The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00456
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r 0/10140000000009v000iOMOO.NO600N000OOOIOOONw Why not have a county "coming out" The Funeral of the Late Mrs. Swartz Numerous Names for Nash fourth! ward 1 K>r the ensuing term;

Convention? The funeral services over the remains To Captain Gt'O. A. Nash: city tlt\ -tiun tu U held on the 10th

I of Mrs. A. T. Swartz were held Dear Sir-We, the undersized electors .;I day uf IVi-finlvr. A. D. 1907: }

',1 i i'i >' For the Best Value Mr. E. II. Mote is back from a short I at her late residence on Watula of the city of Ocala, Marion county -: Sam Ltonard. John T. :Moore James

''1 < business trip to Leesburg.Dr. 1 street Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock. state of Florida, respectfully re-I Duffy, C. Carmichael, Wm. Bangs G.

1 GET A Rev. C. C. Carroll performed the questyou to accept the nominationand E. Shuey S. E. Rowe, C. W. Smith '

t sI Harry Pearce of Gainesville last sad services and in his sermon I become a candidate for the office I F.Y.. Kunze W. T. Stroman E. A. '

'f if passed through Ocala Sunday on his paid a beautiful eulogy to the virtuesof i of mayor of said city for the ensuing I Fort. B. J. Culverfcouses, R. C. Lover- .

25c BOX I way home from Tampa.Mr. the deceased. He referred in fit year of 1908, for which office we here, idge W. C. Moore, W. R. Pedrick, J. _

: i ting language to her as a consecrated by nominate you: R. Duffy, Marcus Frank, Louis Toffa- t
. clerk of the I
Henry Sistrunk
. i OE worker in the Sunday school, her .J. \\ Sylvester, F. W. Ditto, JerryBurnett ietti X. L. Williams I. Schwerin. J.
i city council is the "box alley" cham- I
sweet influence with the children, her B. H. Norris, B. II. Clark, W. L. Engesser, R. A. Carlton M. F. 11011'J
pion. His is 104.
itfSTATIONERY HI score unostentatious force in all church H. Clark, Jr. W. P. Edwards Wm. son, W. G. Marshall, G. A. Carmichael

Mr. movements, her faithfulness as a Tucker M. Fishel A. O. Dame J. G. H. McDavid: Asher Frank, Geo. W. ,
and Mrs. C. II. Lloyd who since .
, wife and devotion as a mother.A I Ferguson W. L. Jewett, H. P. Bitting, Cleveland, Rev. A. Bottolaccio. A. E.Delouest ;.
_ ___ 'heir marriage have been in New
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: L. Jas. C. Boozer
L. W.
. 1 York large number gathered to pay the Gates Izlar E. W. Krayhill. H. E. Lea\-
City are now in Washington
4 w t 2 last tribute to her memory and the I' G. J. Butch W. V. Newsom Jas. engood. T. T. Xeely H. C. Sibtnmk,
> D. C., for several days. I
U floral tributes were beautiful and B. Carlisle, Jr.1.. C. Landers Jake H. L. Anderson. Sol Thrilling. A.V.. '

\ PostofficePrescriptions Drug Store. Mr. Jake Klein is enjoying a visit abundant, and spoke as silent symbolsof Klein II. W. Tucker: E. T. Helvenston Wolf V. L. Martinot. ;

. the place she occupied and has left Geo. C. Pasteur J. J. Biermann
. t t from his brother Mr. E. Klein of
!I desolate among her friends and neigh P. V. Leavengood, Fred G. B. \Voihe, Heavy Hitters Whooping HelvenstonMr.
\ New York City. lie will remain until -
lSJ I L. S. Beck Sid R. Whaley, M. M. Little E. T. Helvenston, Ocala, Fla..
: t Prepared after the Christmas holidays.Mr. bors.Mr.
I Properly i Alt Owens undertaker with W. E. Bryant, I. Schwerin B. We respectfully request you to I. ,-

4 : ttfrtj Mclver and MacKay acted as funeral Rheinauer W. L. Ditto, S. A. Bullock. come a candidate for councilman from
J. K. Dolin was in the city Mon-
ia ........... ... .......... ..................... day and will soon move his headquar- director and the following gentlemenwere \V. E. Hutson II. D. Palmer, E. C. the third ward of the city of Or.il.i

. 7p114 11 1011/1114.OM/OO4NN-INON00DIpC t wherehe pall bearers: D. S. Williams G. Smith Barney Spencer, George Slac- Fla., to be voted for at the ensuing
i0100N0 afir* etrs to Meredith, Levy county,
.oil w .. C. Crom Carlos L. Sistnink. ThomasE. Kay C. R. Hendrick John M. GrahamS. December election:
will engage in the phosphate busi-
. -- --- ---- -- Bridges George T. Maughs and B. Long Marcus Frank Baxter II. A. Waterman D. E. Md'- t'r. l ;.-,,,_

: Local and PersonalMr r j Mrs.; n. T. Perdue of Bro ksville is ness. Mr. Jackson. Cam J. R. White S. II. Martin, A. MacKay, Jno. M. :Martin Sr.. ."11111 i E.:

I II in Ocala for a short visit, and is stopping The ladies of the Home Mission Society The remains were taken to the At- Frank II. A. Waterman L. Toffaletti Bailey, A. C. Cobb Sid \Yhal.> I. .1.

. at thc v,,vi iviHer many of the M. E. church will give a lantic Coast Line Railway and shipped J. F. Crawford II. W. Walters, II. Biermann, J. R. Whittle, II. A. \V-ath- 3
(Dei-and is
.MI K a pleasa '
t friends are glad to see her again. handkerchief bazaar the first week in to Quitman Ga., and will be interredin II. Whetstone L. O. LeSuer C. A. ers, II. C. Groves W. P. Wilson. S A. 0
auM'"i' toUr ueaia.I .
December. Do not buy your Christ- tbe family burying ground near Liddon W. A. Knight, D. W. Tompkins Bullock, George Giles. R. McOm.ithv.:

Miss Sallie Camp who has been I V. L. Martinot W. A. Coin, R. T. M. W. T. R. F,
V'ill Geiger is In the city the mas handkerchiefs until that time. that place today. Moore Gary W. iii: I

: KU.-I.I t'aar sinter, Mrs. W. D. Gra- spending too past two weeks in Savannah Mr. Swartz accompanied the re- I McConathy Royal E. Cole, A. P. Gil- F. P. Gadson. Ledwith C. Smtiii i F. ;

. with her sister Mrs. G. F. Colonel Burnham of Lake Weir hasa mains and was deeply touched with more B. N. Dosh W. H. Dodson II. L. Powers J. P. Galloway, J. 1..1"111! ,

. (114111 Armstrong:! has returned home.A pretty orange grove and other prop- the tokens of esteem showed his wife M. Hampton, David S. Woodrow, Geo. Jno. M. Graham. J. A. Pitt man, .1 I W.
i Mr 11IUll"'appl! wan. who attends erty on this attractive lake which he i and the sympathy expressed for him. W. Martin John Dozier M. Liddon.L. Alexander, L. Alexander, S. D S''u-
meeting of the Edgewood Cemetery -
is offering at a sacrifice becauses he F. Blalock R. D. Fuller D. E. Mc- '.
f tx) I o. vriMty uf Florida is home art L. W. Gates R. E. Mitchell l II\\ r
Association will be held at the
) nit a vu-tt is growing old and wants to join his Mr. Harold F. Smith is in the city Iver C. L. Bittinger P. H. Gillen, R. Goodwin Edward Sweatt. J. J Tip-
residence of Mrs S. D. Waterman
, --_.- family in Texas. looking after the interests of the Jacksonville R. Carrol J. H. Benjamin. ton I. E. Tompkins H. A. Deiibt I. It.
. Tuesday the 19th inst., at 3 p. m.
J Mr I' O. I' acock of Duunellon I Evening Metropolis. Realizing L. Carter II. P. Bitting, C. H. Hoi.l-r r.
Miss Christine Richards of Gaines- for Fausett-No Leak to This
t *'I' iu Ot-ala yesterday to attend the Miss Marguerite Anderson will Ibis the fact that Ocala is one of Flor I Feeling Pat Gillen J. W Hukos, F. C. W. \\'it
, vile, who came down to attend the Ocala Fla., Nov. 19, 1907.
i IIIH flit II III. afternoon her dancing school atYonge't ida's most progressive cities and thatJacksonville's Hams J. M. Tison, H. W. Tucker, I
, open Lloyd-Harris wedding, and who has Mr. H. A. Fausett Ocala Fla.:
and ocala's interestsare Casminski W. Tm-krr.
is invited
t Mr.tiD Long of Grabamville. ; Hall everybody been the much admired) guest of Mis so closely allied the Metropoliswill Dear Sir-\\'( the undersigned citizens -
, to Doors at 3: o'clock.
is, accidentally shut and come. open Louise Harris inrf Mi"Mice Dullock, and registered voters of the
t qt',1 w sit devote a department each day to BIG STOCKMAN'S AND FARRJCnS'

J h 111",1 ) ,-lIh'rdQ1. Mrs. II. T. Perdue of Hrooksville, left for her home Sunday. Ocala news which will not fail to third ward of the city of Ocala Fla.. CONVENTION

., uf do hereby respectfully request you to
, who came up to attend the "comingout" The lion. John D. prove stand for election for the office of alderman
. Mr Wullvr llarrlM has just re- petition asking Work baa been begun on a iiu- "iiventlon

tr' iviwd from ConnectiCUt two very tinuMIUI. convention, returned home yen Robertson to become a candidate forma'of > storeroom now occupied by the representing the aforesaid of the most abt| II\I > >," 1 hand

' ., iind b,' Is very proud of them turday. Her, many friends were glad has one hundred and sixtyseven Ocala Music Company will on or third ward for the ensuing term; city veterinary Kpcak'-ri and II I,. 1,1

,I lu !III'\ her. HlKuatmvK. It Hoeiiw to be an almost about December 1, be occupied byMr. election to he held on the 1

M I I.; Milll Uii". one uf Mucon'n universal I opinion Ihat he has 11 1''. Condon, who will open a December 1\, D. 1 HtCl7: tialnr ,
'I Mr. & Grant McCAll formerly a at M--I! ""im- t iiui i
: uiw I p'li| |,tlar .MMIIIK girls, tKis arrived! tuemlx! of the furniture firm of Moral fairly won his way for promotion Into lar, e bicycle mure. He expects tucarry Wm. Tucker, Otto C. Schwartz, H. early pun of .l.un.u\,

I in 4 tn .1,1, mid will! ",...lId the winter tills blither ollh'.', What hi) hut done the liuwst line of whivN In the W. Tucker H. It:. Tucker I L Canmln-
I & SIWIT In i Ihlll city, hut at t>ri ,'''' TIM Ml. 4'liim Ulll I" !il' hI III' i1d'Im' i
I !I.< ) iii'S ui-Hi of IHT aunt, Mrs, UiyHull ; traveling out uf New York In In In the way of bulldinK sidewalks and! Male, and will also do a Jotl'w'I'n'! repair sli 9'.I.I Kalnnii, H I I., I lining .J. M.Tlttou. ; oi t IH! .I i ," in.i,
'I ( ,) I IMi II' mk. I'" \'hIM streets Is only an eurwrst: or ImMni'XH un, bicycles typewriter: II. r. Urovt'M; .1. I', (tallowy, '
' Ill, city In the In It'rt'st of his humil' tin ni i Ii l "I'M' I 1,1 'I i I' i |Vit| "I I II

-- -,, r..I".tnMIl' of what lie will do when lie etc, StiemiM to lint lit his new soul I), F:, Mi-Ivor. (! 'ont' ittnraay. (', V |ltnlill 'u In1 ":!. I I Ini.

mil, Mil. TtioiuuH Juuvh btiv uf c..haI.uc'f1' takes u till'" hinder. He H talked c'lIhu.Jt".1 undertaking.' KolH-rlw! W A. Kulli flh"r tlr. 8, AItuUork. .
Mr I'lHiide llu'lOr : i:"i"H| Iliiil'' i 'I 01
i I. i <"n.' I Ixiin' fmiM, I ilu-lr wI.lIIJ.! ; about us "the man who does ililimn," J J H, Ultix'h, Sid It. WimVy. I .
IwKhiehh llttv '
i Ala.. Is III the rtly on :'I I'I ill \ ''I r III ,1 I i nil1 ''l
II'', Hill "Iii Iql' :,,' hl h'"I'I"I'I'-: ufeai lieei And! when It mint "iluen! thing**" a The wealln-r fur Thanksgiving looks JV J Allic'un,"' '. V. K. Pow. ,
number uresident '
lug for It > i i 'In -i iI
$ii' "I''" I., HIM PT, ully tudl'd: !I'/ ti'a,4 ells before KIIIIK) tuAlabainu. ,\rest many other! things ran be overlooked nood! to m- TurKeyx, too, are becoming elm..lolui I : III, II. S, McAtcer, VV. It I .
of I n.I I 'u "III. .I| |I.|
h j i d i \| ( nil' III'antI l hll lll.s trienils! ray that John In evlilcnre on man)' of I the wagons Mook, W p WitMiii.V M. I.nc-ltui, .
he IH kept > ,1'1.-1111. 'I'| 1I't. !i.
--' -- itiruia It'll rL all I inot a Lord i'heMeriield drought III from the country The \\' It WOD.I, C, I I.. Moore, .I..:" ph Hhuliinl. ., ,
1,1 \ Ocala il.'i \
t'hulnrr : it tt. :: : I
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t i \" I I. I nor a Sir lo ,'r de 'overly, ""III h'- Ploriila people will enjoy as many !. John K. Minify .1..I. 'Tipion It ,
: i : ii
ill kr.HI''
C! i inill.i tA" l lu'1' 1 ('iIy Kdilur Jordan! of tinPinna thirds gets there just the same" And ,the riots| things; on that day as any peoplein :\. WIIK-r. H. C. (''o+ty. J. It \VhilrLnhvitl. ; < \I 'I I II I ,
I 1" I |I. ai< ii ,1\ in ? ",'ralll, Editor I'eacorK uf I he I>uunellon Iran who "gfN there" is the man any slate of the I'nion.' Hut we C Smith. W. MrAt.M-r, A '
: rlll.II"i! 'I "
Ill Inl
4i, .11, tin' n ; ,t iin. tii'ii' i-um Ad\urate. I'Mitor Holly of the whom Ocala needs just at this pivotal Khali not go inlo detail, for we don't I(!. .I nl101lfollIIIIt'rSIII1 Brooks R. .Mninn I I II III.I I'I"

Ill i'l. til ll WlMllllTltll.- ---t-'try.-- Orlando Kepurler-Slar, Editor i..tm: MagIn:; hi r industrial life. Sh doe want to make your month water before J. H. White. Hi-urw --- -
bright uf the Tampa Evening N'IWH. not want to take any s-ton hackwnid.: tlv day ai rives.Pad !H. finry 8.1.. Jtbbs, S. J. "Finlt-y, J. .
i "n I II I'.i: .' 'I") ', ;.uroiiii'-ini i ';I hyhi Coll! ,111'\!L M i II"
Editor Ferns of the Orlando Sentinel!, 1). Mi-Duffy, J B. 'F"l of the' the G ,, i '
II II. I i. in it.Ml.i. the KUS| "of 1. a I.I' I. ; ai
head Red Saunders. Red Saunders.'r
Melbourne Times, der.
U, 1 ;)IIIIIKt' Vr.i Urowne has been, Editor Oslin of the P. Gueii nit. I U I.,, \ "

Editor Mathews ot I the Bartow Rec .., .
II,,' f citu.iii nf many social alienr -- -- -- Growling for Gates of this c.ly.Various t
ord.! Editor Carnes of the Tavaro-s ,
here. deli i a: 't.l> > r"
II..II hurt stay 'A'r ; "
dnri'ig 4n \I: Hon. .\. G. Gates Ocala Fla.:
of the .t'
Herald Editor lne ,
-- interesting nan! I I> i \ >
I-.':ir Sir-Wo, the undersigned citizen -
Oldtlt-ld auto Miss News, all paid (lie.: Ocala! Hnun.-r a .It ..
Mi-I Krnest will be given .u >!' .'t !el I

f f. trr. Sinclair, formerly of this fraternal visit. They are all magniti- of Ocala request that you will those at the hi 1 1 < C' i I.1. I
stand for re-election for the office of
f'l ii'\. hut t who art now making their cent gentlemen and dignify and adorn 'r SHOESTHAT one of whom is Ui I L .rrant >III! l' .
'I alilcniKtn of the first ward for the cityof I
I..?in- III Tallahassee: after a short: the profession of journalism.We J. city are sanguine of lu ui.! ,;,.,'
Ocala: election to he held December -
W. Pear- _._
with Mrs. J. .
u I is: Iu 1 id.city ces!
know that this community as in. I'.HiT! :
-'m, Ji returned home.
whole will join with us in the expression S..1. Rawls, S. S. Savage Wm.
Messrs. W. T. and 11. D. ForU .1!
that Hooker, T. H. Haley O. B. Howse
has been of regret over the fact
Miss Mary Thymans i Anthony were prominent visitors U
months in Ocala, the Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Condon will soon I L. \\'. Duval. Horace Harold J. D.
ll pending several the site Monday and expressed
I). W. Davis leave Ocala and make their home in !I Rob.>rt*>on.. F. W. Ditto W. II. Clark county
went of her aunt. Mrs.
that the order of the programwas
in Kentucky to- Goldsboro X. C. They have been con- il j jI Jr., B. II. Norris R. D. Mathews Joseph regret
returns home
to her reversed on the "coming out" dayas
has made many templating this step for some time, Bell, Thos. E. Pasteur W. L. Col-
day. Miss Thymans IPIHCESTHAT! a great many from the countrywere
friends during her stay who hope for and have already begun shipping bert, W. L. Ditto W. A. Knight, anxious to hear Sparkraan

furniture to their new home. We L. F. Blalock, W. W. Clyatt Jake
future. their
nuuy more visits in the Beard Brown and others.Mr. .
are loth to lose them. Mr. Condon -- Brown. L. T. Izlar Baxter Cam E. C.

We are rejoice to know that 'tIr. C. has long been identified with the bus- I FIT THE POCKET I Smith C. R. Hendricks J. F. Crawford and Mrs. C. O. Fox of Ocala are

E. Connor will move back to" Ocala iness interests of Ocala and is a model M. C. Dosh Geo. C. Pasteur G. registered at tLe Phoenix Mr. Foxis

his old home which and Mrs. Condon will leavea C. Crom G. A. Nash, W. E. Hutson
aad dill occupy citizen -- -- --- --- --- ---- ---- I the representative of a wholesale

will sort be vacated by Mr. and Mrs. vacancy in social and church circles ) ( L. J. Knight. C. E. Taylor. drug houses and is transacting! bnsj

' W. W ('onlton.lr.. Connor is pleasantly that will be hard to replace. :
Jones is No "Jonah"Mr. ness here, and his bride is accompanying
fine citizen The Marion Shoe Go.
remembered, is a
business affairs. Sick Headache H. C. Jones Ocala, Fla.: him making of it a pleasure trip.
and Is enterprising in II I I
This distressing disease results i We. the undersigned citizens of the -West Hillsboroufirh Pr He is pushing and progressiveand (J. M. Meffert D. B. Mayo.) I
from a disordered condition of the fourth ward of the city of Ocala do
these are the kind of men Ocala stomach and can be cured by taking BETWEEN MUNROE & CHAMBLISS AND POST OFFICE. I The success of the state "comingout"
hereby respectfully request to be-
I you
needs and welcomes. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver ) OCALA, FLORIDA. < I convention calls for a county
Tablets. Get a free sample at all coma candidate for the office of al-

Read Red Saunderi. druggists and try it. x I fr} 'f1QII'J"AAC's!' A .IA .:50: :zaW I derraan representing the aforesaid "coming out" convention.

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MEET MEAT : NevI Goods Galore MEET IVJE '

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Having just returned from New York and other Eastern forgets with a most complete line of Goods I am now AT

r77 prepared; to show} to the! :eoplt't this section uf FlcnMasuch a variety of goods as they )have never before-,))) hereIn '

- this stock will be found the greatest aggregation i.t LADIES'; SUIT> AX" t-'K IRTIII:: the city. TiVy <. ,. ; .

J tailored and made of the best tabrics obtainable and in the latest fashion, and considering price and 4 uiit\; : !kY tl e : '

J I( I p..: I N: S being sold as low as it is. possible: to handle this das> ui goods. An immense line of JK ;ld EEl S


j Men's Clothing 1 and Furnishings 1

The place that always also abounds here, and to attempt: to describe! tin-m here would take a full page of this paper's space. They must be The store that keeps

1,1 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 18. The stock of LADIES' :\ HEN'S MlUEfc now leing shown here cannot be duplicated in Genual | everything in the ]line

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

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

j every dollar spent fJ thing usually kept in a first-class!: Dry Goods Store. Give me a call and I will save"you mote .

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

there.} i display goods hence the lowest prices prevail on the entire stock.

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Interspersed With Music Held Full Sway at theGovernment House Furnishings Parlor Suits t.t

Rut, Art Squirt and Mattlr>g.. In Leather, Upholstered and RM&

Lot Yesterday, Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits I

In M fc.o
. Made and O.k. China ond Crockery .

I Speech-Making at the Court House at Night and Later a Banquet at the Ocala House Mission Furniture Complete Odd Pieces line-Dinner Seta and j

Bring to a Close a Day That Will Long Be Remembered. In all tho different finishes I

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don't but, like his predecessor on the stand,
but if people
last session,
Yes "marry on,
PTWB Dally Banner, Nov. 15. is called Marl-on. ,
send men to revise had not fully made up his mind as to
it they can
Thou the morning proved a for in that grand old state anyone sure want the so laws. He stated that whilehe I whether he would make the race All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Pom ers
of her daughters
ratter chilly one from the staudpdnt marrying one
much honor from the against Commissioner McLin or not. and Upholstering Goods
had reaped
of the temperature, the candi- enough marries on, and there is no
date who came to attend the "com- baking it off until "death do them high position given him by the peopleof He said that he thoroughly under- Heaters Ranges Cook StovesFull 1
his stood that the position was one of ,
he would not envy
fag out" convention yesterday were part. But that is all right, for in 999 state,
given a warm reception by the reception cases out of loOO one marrying a successor if he reaped four times as I great importance, and more so at Line of Up-to-date Pictures, framed and unfram-.1. ..n.l pi'.
committee of the Board of South Carolina girl doesn't want to much, and he hoped he would. He present than ever in the history of ture Mouldings.: Full stock of i
I know. I does nott approve of giving pivileges the state. He spoke in too highest
off. see
shake her
Trade.Nearrly all the prominent men who married one of them myself, nigh for- to corporations that they may boss I II I terms of Mr. McLin, and stated that Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddles
but the state should have j if he should see fit to oppose him in
still sweet- the state,,
before and during ago, and we are
the day ty years
arrived ou Exclusive sale of the best wagon on f'arththe -jtlJllt'blkf'r. ,
1f the night proved themselves early hearts. But that is a digression. I laws to boss them, and if the presentones i the coming election it would not be And carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carria,," .: t
sufficient, then make because he thought less of him,
the valuable are not any
too much of -
rivers, a* by 7 o'clock the hotel am consuming i
flora were crowded with candidates time of those woo are just itch- some that are. He read a lot of statistics -I but he simply wanted the office him-
tbe is in a self and meant to get it, too, if he I
to show that state ,
and their friends, bent on pickingUp ing to hatch out. So, once more, my
what advance information could friends and fellow citizens, as mayor better financial condition than ever I came to tbe conclusion to try for it. 4Building

be gleaned from casual conversations I for our citizens, extend to you a free before in her history and that thereis He said he didn't know that his ,
1 and open declarations of those and hearty welcome. While here we no occasion for a flurry in the mon- II friend, Joe Knight, also wanted the Brick, Lira Cement f Plaster,

who would talk on the subjects nearest shall endeavor to fill your minds and etary conditions of Florida, and advised i i I position, and thought he ought to Hair, Lath, hingles, Paintsagd 1
the hearts of the interested hearts with pleasures of hope and everybody to stand by our state "forget it" and think of something Flintkote Roofing
"come outers." your stomachs with sandwiches and I institutions and keep the vast wealthwe else.There Material I Oils I i
At 9:30 the Metropolitan band, red lemonade. I have unlocked the possess in the state instead of was no response to the call White Lead, Varnishes, Etc.
which had been engaged to furnish I doors of the city (jail) and thrown sending it abroad. lIe referred to the of the master of ceremonies for can- Wall Paper Alababtine! and Ma jnite Wall PiMiiNi

Biuic for the occasion, struck up a open the gates (of the pound) and differences in railroad rates from the didates for attorney general. nJ give us a trial. &4We will! not be undersold aged w iM! |l.l 1< leer
lively tune from tbe band stand in hid the keys (in my pocket, where north to DeLand and Leesburg, and State Superintendent of Schools
front of the Ocala House. This was they can be quickly found in case of said that if the people of Florida Holloway responded to the call whenit Mciver & Mackay.
the starting of the day's doings at need), and invite you to waltz in and wanted equitable rates they must go was announced that the prospective -
ocala'g "coming out" convention. enjoy yourselves to the limit. I have i 1 after them-apply to the commission superintendents would be heard
Aftter playing several selections: the instructed the police force to keep an !I for them -use the same energy and from. lie made a splendid address
band led ilie: way to hte vacant lot eye on you and see that none of you peseverence that the state used to. citing the many improvements madein *4 .\
upon which our now government are molested, and specifically impressed overcome the effects of the freeze and educational lines in Florida. He :
building is to be erercted within the it upon them to see to it toot other calamities, and success will be stated that he did not want the impression 1LL h / &

next nix months. none of you be arrested for "orderly" the result. to go abroad, however, that % rut 4 7ruLLI
p Mr. Frank Harris, who was chosen conduct-and may the good Lord deliver Colonel G. C. Martin of Brooksville he wanted to "come out" of his posi IXPRESS 1 4 1t
w bjr the Board of Trade to act as mas- :you from the police force and answered to the call for candidatesfor tion after his present term bad expired PREPAID > .
ter of ceremonies in a few words the mayor's court. justice of the supreme court, but Just because he was in attend .,.
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I told of' tin object of the meeting, after Then, after the primary season is stated that he was not here in the in- ance at the "coming out" convention.He t'S5
bkti: wind, hfe introduced Mayor L. over and the crop thinned down to a terest of himself, but those of Hon. wanted another term. He stated \, i P r.rA":>
II T. Izlar, who was designated to defter stand, those of the brood who have W. A. Hocker and lion. T. J. Shackle- that he wanted only a clean cam !
the undress of welcome. Mayor survived, may sit at ease in the old I ford, who at present are so busy with paign. He cited that his administration QTS, b \ $jflOt
ti. Ular'a address: follows: arm-chair, smoke the pipe of perfect their duties at the capital that it was had been endorsed by the numerous i
jet ii Mr. Chei man. Friends and Fellow peace (some of Peyser's or Lopez I impossible for them to attend in person educational organizations of t ig -

t Citizens: Co's. cigars, made right here in He said that the important duties the state who ought to know whereof I .
p A* urn,r of the city of Ocala Ihave Ocala, would be better still), and of these officers demanded that. tbey spoke. lie congratulated Marion i1I
It' )Mfi! quested by the managersof hum to yourselves, paraphrasing a little they be neither for nor against tem- county on the strong interest she always ''H; I IDozI.
th:* unique meeting; to extend to the sweet old melody: perance, for or against railroads, for manifested in matters pertaining t
1n you the "Lii hand unlock the doors, I am the last rose of summer-left I or against drainage and other questions to education. I. a7, ,, "ri'} '. J DEttwfpro

r. throw <.f i. ? the gates, hide the keys; blooming alone. I that naturally arise in the candidacy lion. W. N. Sheats responded to the
and bill" <>u all welcome to this, the All my late competitors are all left at I for the other offices to be voted second call for candidates for the position -I i ,' p$12 I 92 j
t ,. .
-* Ier.l.est little; city, and notw 1ctand-' home; I for. Colonel Martin's address was of state superintendent. He : :
Ikt tag iu saloons, ttv: most orderly little While those who have been left out well received, and it is safe to say prefaced his remarks with the an- f \

.1( city in his glorious "Land of Flow- may sit upon the front door stoop in that the two aspirants to succeed nouncement that if any other candi- CHAS BLUM COMPANY
era." In lompliance with this reQuest the soft, sad hour of the gloaming and themselves in their present positionsas date would oppose the present incumbent I. ,
1:1r r a..l at the earnest solicitationof gaze far up at the blue-throned stars justices of the supreme court lost he would not enter tbo race. Jacksonville Fla.
my any uends I hereby an- and console themselves by singing ,\: nothing by not being present. He said he dreaded to make this race, ,

t1J.. Bounce m>ielf a candidate for-your the dear old song: "Home, home; Hon. B. E. McLin, commissioner of but felt it his duty to do so in orderto -- -
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W respectful I attention for the next few sweet home; be it ever so humble, agriculture, was next introduced and receive the endorsement of the I II
HI minute: lust long enough for me to there is no place like home." tbe applause he received when he people of Florida for the course he I

f tell you that we are glad: to see you, And I tell you, my fellow citizens, iI I i came to the front was a splendid evidence had taken since the last campaign.He HARDWAREKNIGHTMARTIN
ad that you are welcome to all the there is as much truth as melody in i of the good will that existed for said he had appealed to the courts
,.1it votes you can get out of the voters that dear old song, and there is a him in the audience. lie said it appeared for redress, but instead of being
4> Ol our oil;; and the county, as well as whole lot of both. as though he was the "first courts of justice they were courts of
'" to all ot the courtesies and kind attentions And now you all know what I mean. chick" out of the box spoken of by injustice, and his only course to secure O
which we shall most assuredly when I say to you, my friends and fellow i Mayor Izlar, and as everybody in endorsement now was to go di _
4in and certainly extend toward and citizens, make yourselves at Ocala considered him homefolks they rectly before the people. Mr. Sheats

bestow upon you. home! treated him as they liked, thus making told of his work while superintendent,, !
... ;, Bat the trouble with me just now Mr. Chairman, at the close of our him lead the procession of "com and stated that if elected he wouldrun COAt

.,Jt i,. Is. to del lurmiutjust what Ocala is. ..11 distinguished governor's response to ing out" candidates. He here took occasion the work at a much less expense \
{iIII'. love been thinking all the while i' this sincere, though sinister addressof to thank the people of Marion than it is now being done. He con- the T. \V. Snith; l.- t'u. i tilt m I m-l. i
that Ocala was a municipal corporation welcome, you may open up the county for their loyal support to him eluded by reasserting that if either
and able to look her sister munklpalit Harris-Jordan incubator, and let the in the past and asked a continuanceof I Mr. Cam, Mr. Cumpton, Mr. Phillips I OCALA, FLORIDA,
:*'., in the face and say "you're hatching proceed. the same. His past record in of- or Mr. Turner would announce for
another." if any them should call her I Governor Browarrd was then introduced fice is what he stands upon for reelection -I the position it would give him pleasure I Come and see us when in need of anything in

M tad names, but by the art ofhocus and in his pleasant way and asks for the approval of to come down. I the way of
ltCu.. our venerable and honored i held the undivided attention of his his course in this way, saying that he After Mr. Sbeats' speech the con- i
,Mead, P. E. Harris, the "nest-egg" of I audience throrughout has ,speech. is willing to stand by the result, if vention adjourned for dinner. The Farming Implements
Florida (I had that: expression The said he appreciated the
journalism governor his acts during his tenure of office are I program was resumed after dinner ,
picked out long before l:En- welcoming words of our mayor. lIe investigated by the voters. He says I by the introduction of Senator Jackson Wire Fencing
oirsLIM: ale ever printed it). aided anti abetted stated that he wanted to thank the he has two planks in his platformone -I of Citrus county.Mr. ,
if by the imttigatiqns of one, Punta Gor- people who had assisted him to acquire is diligence and the other promptness. Jackson stated that he wanted Stoves
te Jordan. has turned the city today the office he is now I holding He said that the matter of I the position of railroad commissionerand Pumps, .
Into a patent double-action, instantaneous that he was giving them faithful service choosing a secretary of state was not believed that his business experience Guns
lu. incubator candidate hatch- and an honest day's work each one of sentiment, but of bitterness, had fitted him for it. "The Ammunition, t
t fit, Uf machrf"e! Just throw one of our day so far as his ability allowed. He
and that the people should look at it I people who know me best know thatI II Sash Doors
fart fellow citizens into the box and. also threw boquets at the other offi-
from this standpoint; that he had perform my duty without fear or favor ,
M' *( !- o'n comes :a candidate: But cers of the present administration by gone into the details of the office ," said Mr. Jackson, and many T
Itkto do. DOt surprised! my friends, if the saying that they were doing likewise more than any of his predecessorshad present seemed to know him, for this d Blinds, Paint, etc. +
w" I; brood batched out arc not all of a and that he hoped and trusted that ever done, though many duties assertion brought forth considerable
I'" kind. The Harris-Jordan concern did the people would be as careful in had been added to the office since his applause. Politics and sentiment In fact
not bay tae eggs. They only advertised selecting their successors as they had election to it; the short time allottedto should not enter into this race, he everything usually carried in a first-
sh that all counties which wantedto in selecting the present regime. He class
each speaker did not give opportunity said, as the responsibilities involvedare Hardware Store
cutI have a chicken in the ring to send advised the people to insist upon a for going into details, but a such that too much care and

ot\ In one ')r more eggs, and you may satisfactory administration of its close inspection and study of his reports thought cannot be given in makinga ..-
naturally expect all of the breeds you laws. If the laws and constitutionare was earnestly desired. Mr. Mc selection. And he wants to be se, .
t,1 may find :tt a s>lat? fair, ranging from not satisfactory, have them Lin is personally known to many peo- lected.

a barnyar hantam to a slxipely game, changed as they are made for the ple in this section of the state, and Mr. R. C. Dunn, who bas served as
N and all ia between you may look for people and not the people for them. his address was very heartily applauded. secretary of the railroad commissioners Knight=Martin Co.
Cochin-Chinas, Plymouth Rocks? Dominica lie said the legislature: was some- for some years, was the next I
and he tall and clumsy Shang times referred to as the "rabble," Representative J. W. Knight of Citrus speaker aspiring to the office of rail 1

HiM hai. We wish to say, however, that which was very unjust taking into county was the next speaker introduced road commissioner. He had a"erv -- -- '- '" -- r'- : '
Ulvn vre prop race with a fair and even start. Ev- to do in the short time in which some time been debating with himselfas read and the information he expounded MeMillanEros. '
ll ery cock thrown in the pit, Pghting they are in session: upon arrival at to the advisability of coming out therein showed that he had given
a with nab il spurs-no steel gaffs the capitol the member is given a lot for the position of commissioner of much thought to the commissionand
d allowed-and then we will watch the of reports to examine and pass upon agriculture and although he desired its possibilities. He cited the Southern CopperVor'ks
dust as you make the feathers fly. which in many instances would take very much too do so had not :yet de many instances in which the
I We h.Ht"I" the "strenuous life" up his entire time if atttended to as cided. He stated that on account of sion had saved the citizens
of Florida
Uu 1ft and the "'survival of the fittest. I they properly should be; they could business interests he would not state many thousands of dollars in freight Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
Each follow to take care of himself, not do it; they should study the demands positively: until the early part of Jan rates, and said this
-tjW j'j and the dull to take the hindmost. So and necessities before going,I uary whether he would enter the race what might be done if only the a commis-starterof and General Metal Workers.
Wi much for Ocala and Marion county: in order to be able to pass intelligently or not. He stated his great regard sion had the support and }
.. yes, I call it Marion county; although upon the Iql'es that are sure to for the "wool hat" Floridian, one of ment of the people. He encourage-
r.r: 1 have heird a good many good folks come before them. People expect too I whom he was proud of the distinction tice to all which meant favored jus- I Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
tW flown her. call it Mary-Ann. Well, much, and they get more for their of beings to platform, he said his railroads to make allowing the through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
oiau Mary Ann Is a girl's name and I flatter money now than ever before. The average only platform would coni st of a on investments a legitimate profit I' wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
myself that this good old countywas poor man is better oS% today promise tto do his whole duty in case stock and not on watered I following worksFAYETTENLLE .
GC&b named for one of South Caro than the rich man of twenty-five yeas of election. highly inflated bonds, and t ,
\ lina's famo'is revolutionary generals ago The pension rolls have grown Mr. Kilgore, Sumter county's able compelling the roads to furnish facll- f'
-"the Swamp Fox"-and up there he 1 wonderfully under the laws of the representative, was then presented N. C. SAVANNAH, 6A
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1[ a Mrs. 1* Home has gone to Atlanta I Wedding of Mr. Julien Benjamin and BEARD WRITES OPEN LETTER TO KENTUCKY CORRUPT BUT NOT -

in be with Mr Horne, who is quite Miss Rita Gutman i! GOV. BROWARD CONTENTEDWhile A CAROLINA LEGISLATOR.

flick.i "An
unusually brilliant event was : --- I Ii

the marriage Sunday night at 8::Jo .i Gainesville, Fla., Nov 16, 1&ft7. : there's life blood in the veins .. .,. ., r-- -F--
Cot&nellllwin Spencer is farmer ." .
a o'clock at the Temple Mickva Israel : Hon. N. B. Broward, Governor, Tallahassee : : of the people there is hope tor tbe Non \Vm. G. Hunter Uses .: .'.:..,.'.-"":-::;::''-.'.:::
2 and belongs to the borney-banded of Miss 1 ., ..... S .
Rita Earle Gutman to Mr. Ju I Fla.: : ,.
'1I11a of tOil. i I morals of a state. Pennsylvania has Pe-rij-na a Family .: .
I lien P. Benjamin of Atlanta. Witha Dear Sir-After investigation and :
'I been spoken of for years as "corrupt : ,. .'
large wedding party the church+ consideration, I am firmly of the opinion Medcine. .,' *"
Mrs. Shelton Souter of Sparr is in .. ..... .f.. :
scene was a remarkably pretty one, : that the legislature has ample and and contented There apathy permits -- .. "
the- city I to he with I her daughter Miss .-,-.;.
sick' and many guests from Atlanta Macon, complete constitutional power and authority crime to go unpunished >n- WHEN a man undoubted repute '
I'ithe Router who is quite : ;\ ;
,JMr Jacksonville and Charleston gave I to pass a state prohibition la'\ tack\ has never been and never will comes!.t squarely tn pubic ; ; # #

more than usual interest to the occa If should the print,giving; unqualified endorsement t.
*. Frank you convene legislature
Dorsey of Dunnellon isi'lnding ] be contented with corruption. a household remedy there must be something :
E sion. | in D-i-itraordniarv !session, as it is now ...
abort while
in the
I a city I Kentucky has never been disgraced genuine to accooat for it.
\\ uta her pan'nts. Mr. and Mrs. II. I G. "The decorations at the church : commonly rumored that yOU will, I re- Hon. W. G. IInn"rot" North Carolina '
were uuusualy beautiful It i 1 that b> the revel of the grafter: that has
\!David. was: a spectfully suggest you ""iPsiijnate well-known Washington anc

; Chrysanthemum wedding and many i! state prohibition in your proclamation made several other states: noto.MjUo.. throughout the Southern States, says of

Mi M I t. Christie and her little pots failed with tall chrysanthemum i Convening the I. j:.;'arur,' in e\u.ioi!Mi Traffic in offices and trickery: in elections Peruaa that be regards: it as the greats, z

Mm n. .n I the city the guests of the plants in bloom were placed uTutim i nary session, as one of the 1IllrII)-,'i have constituted the worst: ot- family medicine ever discovered.

torn, i I'di'iii Mr and Mrs. C. 1 L. the chancel. Only white ones v tie ] for which it is convened-the law, lie does not hesitate to say tha: $ '
lenses of the politicians who have Perana invigorates and fresh
I'J b' used, and each pot was set against a ''however not to take effect until October gives

I _-_ small palm that made an effective 1, 190s. sought: to hold offices of trust in trust : strength to mind and body. kfHfA i .
I Such testimonials aa this ought to
; '''uu'r. fO"lIl"\: !. ui Mont I background for the great clusters ot j I feel that it i is my duty as a citizen tuf themselves and their successors: make Perana popular +

\ i !hi> now 1I'dh.'r home I in !I whi'iflowcr! They were charmingly and senator ot thf*> state to call this regardless of the popular wm, jet tilt: No advertising known to the :arts of

l' +horn"v i ', aU.'r 51>Ellf I.111 i:; -ewral days grouped and gave an unusual betting I matter to your attention in older recent election returns recorded the man, no commercial management coulii

1 lubii I I Baili.\ has returns I to the wedding picture. Follow 1 that! you may give it much con: lrleraj : pretest of die ptopic a;: aiust Intel ever raise Peruns to such a high; stand-

r. I ill;; the old Hebrew custom, the ttre-j turn, au- impor:anre, in your ju>jg- .cieiiee with their ngln", rau.tr'r t'laii: ard of appreciation as the frank and unqualified -

loony took place beneath a went, demand. statements of suoh men. '
canop> : may ot -
tae ht::wry 01 the success a you ;
Mr ,i'I i 1 Mri J. L. Robertson (itUi I which, with the arch that upheld i it, 'I'I Respectfully, cal party. To the victors belong; cue Perana la an :1

I .' to.. til'l in Pines Lumber Com PERUIdeal household
was formed entirely of asparagus I JOHN S. BEARD. '
spoils, but to the unwisdom ol te remedy. It ward
|1'11I' at the \l.-allows, were in town : unia From the center hung a wed : leaders A Reliable Remedy
titJ :
self-constituted:: political 0T colds and re-
\ Chopping yesterday, and stopped o\+-i' .11114 hell of ferns and white chrjsantlttiaauKi : -I Resolutions of Condolence failed to understand tLj mettle cr: the : for Colds 1 lieves catarrh in i.

fur toduy.Mr (i I The ribbons that marked i, At a meeting of the King's Datighters. ivtntuckian was due tae J.it t \,' the : all its form and phases.

th- pew reserved fur the:: family were :, held at Ocaa! Florida Nomber : I j i By ridding; the sy-.t-ra cf catarrh it :+. -
'ijronre; MoDavid La-; returned I in the chrysanthemum colors:: yellow i i 15, iyu7: the following re-.oliitiiuis" Some time ago a special writer tori I cleanses the b.xly of those conditions ; .

!''iiiute from Mon'aua, where he has and white. I were unanimously adopted !I which invite chronic diseases. HON. ww G. HUNTS
visited Kentucky :
a New York magazine
h.i ...n hunt for ilu* pat six >t-ars. His The church was filled with guests Whrr>as, our Heavenly Father, in with the intention mf muckiakjing ; Cold Affected Head. Throat and Lungs. Colds Catarrh

many Ocala fri-n.ls welcome him back His infinite wisdom, has taken unto 1 I Cough ,
some time before the ceremonv.; the situation to make a Roman '! Mr. Matthew O'Uare, 115 Wilham St..
vuih n" Himself the beloved son of Mrs I Fall River Mass.. writes
____ While they were assembling man) Tv'l holiday for his readers. He went hack : Relieved By Pe-ru-na.
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beautiful selections were played by dings our valued co-worker, and "done "About four years ago I consulted a
XcYork without having
Mi I at. MrM.inh Williams, who to I physician to relief from cold Hon Wm. G Hinter exmemberNorth
society desiring to express to our sister get ,
the organist, Miss Codling, among !
han !I- 0'11 strung: at the Ocala House them being the! overture to 'Hanhaiser' -I( our profound sympathy in her bereavement his assignment. explanation which bad stopped up my bead and also Carolina: Legislature: write*

fur I'M! i MM Mcral months are now : therefore, be it teas that it was impossible to write a settled on my IUD;_-., resulting in catarrh from the Census Oii Huiuim.:, Ws"b-

at Mr J. M. Tompson's on and the 'Lohengrin Wedding ; II drama without a hero, and that there and also throat dIfficultIes nuton; D. C,. Convening Peruna-
hUyniK/ a.
Resolved, That the King's Daughters
March. As the march from
wedding was no one in Kentucky politics who+ "lIe cave me some medicine, but four

Fort Kims avenue. Lohengrin; !) begun, the master of of Ocala, Florida in meeting assembled could, by any stretch of the imagina months faithful use of the same did me "The greatest tamllj medkint {

ceremonies, Mr. Isadore Prager, and hereby extend to our sister BO good. I then tried other doctors, but ever discovered, in my opinhn.
heroic A
to be a figure.
H: ha now gotten an answer tion, seen as stitch tomes from experience%
a formal expression of our tender It was just the same,

the ushers Mr. Altmayer of
those questions, and !in return editor few persons disgruntled rather than \ 'ell as observation In Peruna. Tbe

Matthews has propounded some for Macon, Br Emanuel Gutman, Mr sympathy and condolence. disinterested, be asserted, were seeming "So I decided to try Pernna and after most common affliction to human-

Harold Prager Mr. Lee Roy Walter Be it further Resolved, That a copy: Using two bottles my lungs began to kind is. baa cold Peruaa dryer ;
The make capital of existing conditions
the Sun editor to answer. controversy of these resolutions be spread upon to heal, I did not cough nearly so much It out ofdoon, wards off catarrh
of Jacksonville and Mr. Sidney Levy,
grows in interest. ; but no real reformer was in ev and slept better. Invigorates and gives fresh strengthto
the minutes of this that titsame
passed up the center aisle and grouped idence. "In six months the couch, catarrh mind and body I give Peruna

The commissioners of LaFayette themselves at each side of the be published in our city papers; But the stranger within our gates and throat difficulties were all eared my unqualified endorsement. "

county have leased tl'county con- chancel steps. The groomsmen, entering and that a copy be delivered to our: reckoned without understanding the "I wa pleased with the result and ,
Mr 0 W.Taylorfleadeam. %V. V...
1 \lcts to Malloy Bros.. of Perry, foi1l.35 next, paused when they had reach bereaved sister. temper: of the Kentuckian when he wish to write you of tt.. Seven bottles i: write:

each per month, which is said ed the center of the church and stoodat MRS. E. VAN HOOD, declared that not until a Folk should of Peruaa cured me." I "I think that Perana ia the greatest

to be jri' highest price ever paid for' each side facing each otter to MRS H. L. ANDERSON, rise to confound villainy and recruit A. L. Hewitt, J. P., West Berlin Vt. I' tonic that wu ever put on the market

:. ('ou\"It4'f.1bor in Florida await the bridesmaids. They were, Committee. the virtuous to the ranks of return writs: "I am happy to be able to write I For several years my eyes bothered m.

f Mr. Eugene Elsas, Mr. Jacob Haas! would Kentucky buck and burst the yon this letter in relation to what your : 10 ranch. The pain was go severe sometimes

"!lox ball" continues to grow in favor and Mr. Reuben Moss: of Atlanta, and I Gives the Governor a Left-Handed surcingle; and fling the boss and his Perun hu done for my family. 1 would think thy would .arly.
"When I broughttheflrstbottle home, burst out of bead.
4 in Ocala: and the management is Mr. Roy Benjamin anJlr.. Edgar Swipe saddle into tbe:! ditch. In the recent I found wits and my
1 live Too Cyclone is the name of a new my daughter both "/ tried Peruna and Kanalln and am
4 now offering a pair of Dempsey's: Wartsman of Savannah and Mr. Mag :campaign there was no Folk and no lick-my wife with indigestion and
just started at Live Oak.It my to-day well man. am sure I should
dollar shoes as a prize for the one nus Altmajer of Macon. paper Roderick, whose horn-blast was daughter with a severe cold. They I have diet had it not been for Dr. Hart :

making the highest score. Go around I "The bridesmaids: entered from seems to think that Governor3roward worth ten thousand thousand men. were both cured. I mn', wonderful medicine, Peruna."

and look at the game and you veilstton each side of the altar, passing down is moving in reflected or borrowed No angel of reform clad in robes of "I am willing to state that Such testimony as the above bu

grow fond of it It is quite fascinating. the chancel steps to the foot of the light light loomed upon the political horizon -I taken in the beginning, will perona'j given Perana a bi;:h standard ia the estimation .

be Here is what it says: wor t cold in 24 to ft) hours." of the punks.THE .
I bunch and taking places No great orator shelled the
"The governor owes his great popularity
I the As the bride .
tween groomsmen. woods to awaken enthusiasm. The -- -- -- -- --

The Star reporter accuses Mr. Esc approached, they then returned to the to Mr. L'Engle and the Sun. IfMr. people did not rally to a new flag, but MRS. CHAZAL TO ENTERTAINIn MAYORALTY CONTESTWe

an the Times-Union reporter, with] chancel, two of the groomsmen walking L'Engle should "shuffle off this rebelled against a clique tbat had

feeing "doublo" ot our "bankwet," between each two of the maids. mortal coil," the Sun couldn't shine; trailed a banner in the mud. They Honor of .Mrs. C. H. Lloyd and understand that Mr L. N. Green

but those who took up the tickets "The bride entered with her father, and if tbe Sun couldn't shine, the governor voted under the Log Cabin not because Miss Louise Scott was circulating
a petition Monday
couldn't The
that "]t" even had a worse effect Mr. J. E. Gutman, and was met at the govern. governorhas they had learned to love republicanism -
tiny Mrs. Louis R. Chazal has issued invitation
attained distinction in politics requesting Mayor L. T. Izlar to stand
and he could the and his:
\f')1Uor mttinger chancel by bridegroom or ceased to love democracy,
and has risen to true greatness, evenif to a card and domino party for re-election, and it is also current
scarcely saw B. Fox of At
ueet1eely I N. at all-he best man, Mr. Arthur but because they were independent
service was he was dug up from the slough of for Wednesday, November the twenty rumor that Capt. Geo. A. Nash tbe
more than the waiters.Of lanta. The marriage performed and resented boss rule. Like the
: the popular commander of the Ocala
'Crackerdom. Enough Rifles
or goy -
by the Rev. George Solomon, bridegroom who set forth upon bis seventh, in honor of Mrs. Charles

the huge total of f23.4Gl.911: to D. D., and after the ceremony "Callie ernor." honeymoon alone to "show his independence Harrison Lloyd and Miss Louise Scott. will be asked to take a bite ct ; ; e

if congress mayoralty plum, and make tv. i i I" i
( IN used for const defenses Thine Own" and the confirmation ," they departed for a while
1 $5f.6.445 will. go to the+ A Mosquito-Eating Fish Death of Mrs. Swartz triangular one.
Ji approval played. llendelssohn'
>I gives hymn were softly from the democratic party when that
of the defenses; Those sections of the United States The death angel has again visited As a citizen and official! :\Ia''r l'\r
and protection Wedding March was given as
repair ::) party, as organized, did not seem tobe
In the rivers and harbor where mosquitoes are a pest, can this community and left it in mourning is beloved and honored H. all! :-
at reo recessional"The willing to love, honor and obey the
apppropriation, take heart now that a mosquito exterminator Mrs. A. T. Swartz, after only a n::went to the bar of wh<'n i
improvement bride's gown was an exquisite traditions it bad inherited.In .
work has been discovered. Accord- member, and is a polished ai I "f" ;' '-
for :
$14,000 to be set aside imported robe of Lierre, and duchess the election returns there is a day's illness, died at her home on
Biscayne Bay and ing to tbe New York Fishing Gazettea Watula street Sunday night Sbe ly gentleman. If he deci!' I'. ,,', r
I in with court
IB tb channel lace, in empire style happy augury for the future of the
: Witblacoocheeriver.. consignment of queer fish has been leaves husband and two sweet lit the arena for re-election L.. -\ I f
I1SO.OOO In the tram, the skirt ending in deep flounces state. The republicans in Kentuckyare a
i received at Naples from Sydney to tle children and a large circle of course piake the race an inu. > ,I ,' J
of the lace. It was built over no better than they ought to be.It .

Lanier of summerfield whose white chiffon and duchess satin. The prey on the mosquito. Count Mor- r they see a vision of machine rule friends to mourn her death. one. '.
Mrs the Swedish consul at Sydney Captain Nash, outside of his mill.
McGehee ner Before her marriage, Mrs.
the with and surplice
i8 employed at bodice was made a yoke and the permanent control of officesof
husband I discovered that the pseudomugil signifier tary connection, is extremely popular,
Company, was brought to drapery of rose point lace, and emolument they should wipe their a Miss Bowen. and was a nativeof

Lumber several days ago for m icaltnatlDf'nt the mousquetaire sleeves in elbow or blue-eye, as the fish is called glasses and look again. Kentuckians. Brooks county, Georgia. She was especially with the younger population ,
Ocala in Australia is voracious feederon I and his soldiers are devoted to
of married to Mr. Swartz about ten years
the home chiffon almost hiddenby
and died at length were of red-blooded and blue-blooded, are tooarmblooded
Sanchez the largvae of mosquitoes, and that They have been living in Ocala him.
Mrs Odum. on the soft fall of lace from the to wait for a leader ago.
her the fish live and flourish. The Altogether the election promises to
Sunday afternoon. The fun shoulders. Her tulle veil was worn can when housecleaning becomes neces for four or five years and made many
strut Italian informed be an exciting one and we are pleased
was memberof
government friends. Mrs. Swartz was a
will be held this afternoon with a coronet of orange blossoms. sary. A political drama may be written -
enl .J'rvil"t'8 internment through the Swedish minister at the the Baptist church and was a most to see it, because it means an
the carried exquisite shower bouquet when
3 o'clock! and She an in Kentucky without a hero
at Quirinal of Count Morner's investigations estimable and consecrated Christian awakening among our people and signifies
lilies of the valley.
of Courier-Jour
at the there's a villain to foil.-
will take Place I and asked the latter and the that they are at last taking
$ woman. Great sympathy is expressedfor
I "Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin left nal.
I Italian consul at Sydney to some interest in municipal: affairs and
H- Smith of Bristol. Tenn.,. night for the North on their wedding procure the husband and motherless chil-
Mr Earl and ship immediately some thousandsof in their sudden and severe be will not let things hereafter go alongby
in Ocala Sunday afternoon trip, the bride wearing for the journey A Flower for Editor George G. dren

arrived a position with the Ya- a tailor suit of dark brown cloth and the blue-eye to Italy, with the object The Polk County Record published reavement. default and don't-careness.

and bas taken Ill' comes recommendedI a brown velvet bat faced with two of introducing them into the malaria at t Bartow, has a new editor, Hon. Services will be held over her remains Trot out the candidates and let us

rkty 8tort" salesman. The Yarit- owls. They will be away some weeks stricken portions of the king George G. Mathews, who represented at the: Baptist church at 11 have a warm campaign, not only for

&II an excellent dom. The belongs to the will mayor, but for all the other offices,
Reduetlon blue-eye and her body
o'clock this morning
to have a "Stock before going to Atlanta, )lr. Benja Manon[ county in the last legislature,
ty I. sotto going of the otherinidae and is from and let the people know what they
the family her old tome in Brooks
Sa'' ," and is employing min's home, where they expect to re and was a consul at one of the Brazilian be taken to I '

the i side. The bride is the youngest 1 1-2 to 2 inches long. ports during Cleveland's administration county, near Quitman, for intermentAt stand for.
tart rowlwtt'nt detern imed ton How many will be in favor of moving -
make I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gutman of The salutatory of Mr. Mathews -
country. and art Determined to aid the Florida I Rest the barrooms and livery stables
rt'conl-breaker. Ifou Sa\"annah-Sn-annah: News. shows him to be a graceful and
laic 11 is State Fair in every way possible, the !! All that was mortal of the late Rob- oft the public square?
? cheap the "arlety I The groom is well know in this city forceful writer and suggests very
good goods Seer I Seaboard, Coast Line and other Flor-! ert B. Bishop of Dunnellon was laid And that awful planing milL Who
for.. will make the Record
looking where he spent bis boyhood days and strongly: that he
/14 tOO store you are Utiou.M ida railroads haw already taken up at rest ia the family burying ground will be for muSing it?
i. ad in our weekly I they all join this paper in extending a positive force in Florida journalism
: double page tbe matter of promptly handling near Reddick Sunday afternoon, Rev.
congratulations. while he is at the head of the paper.
products for exhibition, which will be R. V. Atkisson of this city officiatingat I We are sincerely grieved to chrcn.I -
back I We him cordial welcome to
are '
Mr. and Irs. Ben R3ysor are shipped to Tampa free of charge. Ths Fourth Estate.-Live Oak Democrat the last solemn ceremony. A large icle the death of Mr. Robert B. Bishop
They Announcement
from thin wedding tril' Marriage roads are determined that no delay !1 I number attended the funeral and which occurred at the Marion county -
\ for a few Mr Charles II. White of Plant City
; "hIpping over in Palatka oratttL whatever shall be experienced inj I Premium lists for the great Florida many an eye was dimmed with tears hospital Saturday afternoon. He
is packing announces the marriage of his daughter. I
where )Ir, Rays r shipping exhibits to and from Tampa committed to the was from Dunnellon, and was sick
days, White State Fair, which will be held at as the body was '
I JamesAustin
several crops Miss Tee and
haoinr purchased he I and will have their local agents force from February 5 to 22, are now inthe earth. only three days.
I section, which Pearce on Thursday, the 7th Mr. born at Roddick,
immediate fair commissioners to promptly notify will was
io that Ii hands of the printer and
I ili harrying to market. On their trip day of November. Mrs Pearce is them when cars are needed for I shortly be ready for distribution Ocala and Louisville this county, and was in the very

\'itlftl Scranton 1'3.., pleasantly remembered here, where shipment. Particular attention will the various counties and The Louisville Courier-Journal says flower of yours manhood being only

t, tbit... New York Citnnll other plaeMa .' "- her girlhood was spent and her host be paid in this regard to live stock/ to throughout! the hundreds of individual producers. that Louisville's sidewalks and streets twenty-three years of age. As his

I ,+... 'Tbey say that on the very one of friends extend best wishes. and fowls, which will not necessarily'! In addition too the annual state are not in keeping with her steady horizon was skirted with such a

t of their arrival In New York on be sent to the fair before February I!. appropriation of $15,000 for exclusive growth and the rapid expansion of her bright rainbow of hope and promise
it wasthtir Miss Shellie Souter vvfco came upto lamentable
thorougbfares is exceedingly -
his sudden death
: crowded the Fair Association manufactories.
of the of premiums,
to meet Ir. and be with her sister, Miss Pansy Sout'r Sick Headache payment brother of Mr.
good fortune will as usual, add several It is just the other way with Ocala. He was a
Lloyds which they who is quite ill, has returned to This distressing disease results and :Mr. Walker Bishop -
11. Her manufactories are not in keeping Thnrlow Bishop
dollars to the premiums,
1 Mrs. school. from a disordered condition of the thousand
". S JST."r Belleview where she teaches stomach, and can be cured by taking making a larger offering in premiumsthan with her growth in sidewalk and of this city to whom our deepest

Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver at street paving. What Ocala now wantsIs sympathy is extended In their severe
before been given
) )Ir. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter ofelleview have ever
will be ai Tablets. Get a free sample at all of her industries. aSiiction.
and state fair. an expansion ,.
morrow in Ocala. a Southern
Spellman Hou*. spent Monday druggists and try it. x
Wends at the

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PAGE FOUR .THE "COMING OUT" SPEECHES lavor and In substance and struck a THEY ,. i I i

THE OCALA BANNER I II I popular chord and a responsive echo Via the Seaboard, left Congressman this morn- P. P..s- .

That of Ed Stephen M. Sparkman
Metrooplls says I from everyone present. he andHAjTB Pot&MIwn.)
Jacksonville tomorrow Boot
L Too where poke
for Ocala, .&ih
Frteklr L
ing ( *
FRANK HARRIS, Editor.P. hat General Albert W. Gilchrist won I [tor L'Engle would have added additional will announce his candidacy for reelection posmTB CCBE3 OT ILL FOBHa ASP STAGES 07 E

V. Leavengood, Business Manager representatives. __ HBHiMnHflMBnHM B BM "
laurels and luster to the overloaded to too house of > M M BH n MH 1
-- Ocala. That statements
=- --- the honors at return
---- I will F
Mr. Sparkman you will r.fa flwh tad Itrc.r.h.J'hflcan.IDdcneP.P.P. .
Mark Twain. It wa M.Ip 1 en-
in a measure true. The general did brow of Friday night. lie will be one of many it with Wwts of energy and all dl* M reulttc| i
been the wittl- "coming out." did eomblnaon and pmeiib = from OT rUxing tb.ijttern are cnnd by t
have the
candidates said by many to citizens at of aU
sin honors here. All the other Tampa frttt itt (.ctlon for the mi the BM of P.P.P. ,
l had ever heard. form and IIIM of Prlmarr.B ndr7 LadialwhGM I1ltemunpolJoned
single effort they .
l was not a estt
; also. There attend 8yph111tteBh.n
did also ,
l y. rj' Col. A. J. Knight will and Tertlul6yphina ..... whOlob1ood1l1n&ll1mpuruoutU
candidate that did not leave a favorable The banquet speeches were all to the "coming out" meeting. Col. mat m, Scrofalon Ulcert *nd Bone, ...., tomecatraallrregnl.ntluuepattlLrlyaey

(tA I announce himself for Olandnl.rsweninpRheemstiamYid. .-. be&eflted by the wonderful tonic to& it t
y I Impression. There was not the good. I Knight will not CompUinti, old Chronic; Clotn th&4' '
he may say
I office, but whatever
any i
)ne that did not make a creditable All the speakers said they woul I will be listened to with marked attention 1:1

,I ipeech. The master of ceremonies, in carry to their homes pleasant recollections ]- by those who are candidates. SOROFOLAis.rerel.tidsltreatmentGtarrhBkiD
Ma: of Ocala and Ocala will cei. -
said that
l speech
his Introductory Col. Robert McNamee will be a \

m l'l'I --22-1907--' D'Reill, the witty Frenchman, said In : talnly retain pleasant recollections of prominent figure at the Ocala roundup. = .,

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Too colonel, it is understood, has lid blood cleansing properties of P. P. P, :
weaknesses -
his book describing American IP A Aib Poke Boot &d Pou ,
at Prickly
aspirations for office just pres- DiMUM, Eczeffi. Clironlo it. 1
Anti Frank Clark didn't come tc where two or three Amre no opprotunityof SItrcurUl Poiioa, Tetter, V" 6oldby.nLrngaiata. j
Thunder the
that Stealing ent, but he will take Complilnti ,.

t lieu U$. assembled together the-de Several weeks ago we published t;a studying the prohibition movementa 6caldha.d.eta, lte.powerful tome and = F. V. LI!P P M A N
-- -- cans were P. P. P. i* s
Even the cabbage situation is said was: little editorial in regard to Jotn K little more closely. lICe 11 nt sppWrer. buMing up anz Proprietorerekm ;
at once
sire to make a speech characterize! weak and
C. Stockton, whom we rapidly If yon *-e
to be acute. Savannah Ca.
:mminent It Mr. Max O'Reill could as the man of the hour for governor, When T. J. L. Brown is heard fromat feeble,and feel badly try P. P. P. urf ,

A new fire engine of a capacity of the "coming Our good friend (and we mean wha Ocala it will be in the interest of
been in Ocala at I
t fcou gallons a minute has just been have we say) Frank Harris of the Ocala! the state fair, and not of his reputed :

received uy the city of Miami. wt" convention t.e would not have Banner steals the whole "bread wag candidacy for the United States sen RHELJEYAT3Mca1u

and all, and reproduce!s will be there to
riticized nor blamed them for indulging an, horse ate. Colonel Brown

$HhiiuH-ut ut oranges aud grape what we said simply by the changing I put in a good word for the big fair. --I -- ....-- WL

'".'on M trs since the open In this weakness. All the speech 1 'P'I r
ftui' Hum > of tbe names and applying same as: I which is just now engaging his attention

lot ,t sin.eason up to last! Thursday js were good, and some were ckisscs. an original editorial. Ordinarily w> j to the exclusion of merely po I -----

Bight Were l 9.t ay boxes. would not think Frank Harris guilt; Imcal matters.

-------- of a thing of this kind but we have' ---- \ f) House Wine ''OQfiS.TRYOLTR

It U too bad-the turkey crop report The speech of General Gilchrist wa; I caught him in the act hia :!he f.xxi:,; I Stat Senator James E. Crane will : \ i iI

*-*! hurt and Thanksgiving nearly with exceptionally pleasing one and. an him). However well t'orsive hit !! be anionsr the pilgrims to the Ocala! j jihrme 3
u.. To the wild in i iit
upon ''I if he will be more care:: :a t-e fu tomorrow. He is a prominent
IWoIlt\H' "nd his prosperity. perhaps the greatest measure of: I'
won I Record. and will playa
.. ture.-Manatee <\svrs in btattpolitics,
i Ti.e .ro..rt owuerk oC WauchuU ipplause. He can well afford to to Well, we simp'.y: cc-.d'.1: :'* be".p it. leading:: part in the next campaign.

..i of :hr :;tt-'t'r!' J i II NY
What the sa News. 11IlFrr
for $lag Tau Evening i'J
haH H.t; '0 l 1".1If1 the oon proud of it, and we know that his; J.dlir.ably ., :pa i !
of ecurmg tb: qualification: o: his friend ?o I i kJ .
int. tin i i. j.uiiu| t> liri
school building friends are. It made him friends ii] fitted our got'i freed Jo'nn S'rc. \ Mr. Stockton's Announcement ..
,'rf l.lll. 0: a new .
---,- Ocala and he won the honor of being; that we coup :,- resist: the: te-cvtj The announcement made in yester-
.\ nvi 1 count shown thaiW Key tion of puna..zc :: :,. i..y. Johi, Ja> ';- issue of the Metropolis: of John P1UkIfE

,'.t i'<1'. a wet majority of 77 in the the only speaker who was presents Smith is so ul':cia:.c-sini so poi>u N. C. Stockton's candidacy for governor .

r> tit! u. t and dry: election but the tuful with a bouquet by one of the fai]r Jar 'thaf if he euXcs c_: _c will ceitauil was not a surprise to those famB-\\

lL l... Which was he 1'0.1:" ceart an* the for him to
u> < : i.m > -j-> al } 'apnre iar with call
he had )
and *<+( !
> of the county,
svoiut:n 4 full Qts
I'fltt'.i! s ii;, reduced! tlie wet ma I pull! a l'i i i.= vo:e. contest Some leading state papers J Put up

rout) I. iuiw county to !'J. i poem dedicated to him. The general j heretofore politically opposed to him j jI s shave {
: Us With Flowers '. !
whop. Continue Smothering with a constant friendly t Cartoons
is a handsome man and is I joined in Fancy
link .1.. in; *' Hilt has bleu endtnU ..1 press in urging birr: to make the race. :,

..I.i! : .t u St." ..an will nu'> btit heart and fancy free. The otLr c...> Nve gave Ea'or Han distinctire j
and that his consent means a

till. 1'II i '"I \\ .Ib his pocket chaugi.1 Fur depth of thought felicity: of e> nm O-aa: cr-'.::: f....r onginatiU:: ;;!",,y figure in the campaign and a decided Delivered at your

1, !(,. '.i t. $''0.1111'1 i, \\e: may tit \ the "con::rg out" convention idea hu t cannot be I
factor the race
,1 in
i U .,.,.'\\1 "ul.t'l', at.'o'l1; g ,;..1 preasion, and keen and polisat:: I..1 hat ntlen-ar i,roe::,tl> dictaimsa.d it : questione.d.j I Express Office

",:p t. 1 ':0111;. :a.-- DcLalldi.. .liru"ts the slit _ch Oi noli. Jeit'ei=o U I i s :>s that Edi.r Jordan of the : Waat'>wr may be said of JohnStockton's I

-- Gorda H-ra'i!' '- ':.r father of
i Pun'a
masterpiece. Gri -! political principles, he has
3. Browne was a
< 1..1 HOP. ia Railway l\lill' I j::b novel scheme:: : to :bring: all the always For 83.20
his faction and -
I j been the leader of
t 1>".U} ; tt'n gruttt'd t l jathorii to vtr Cleveland: nor John G. Carlisle+ star candidates in a buaci' bE- ore

: I:?' a, u., : I ..!.d. I" ht., I each wilt a fail stateruftr consistent, and in Jacksonvillehe
faU in their palmist Jai: never: co 'I Le uuolic. is especially known as a clean,
Hox "'h :s [tutu Ttuwa\'i1lc: south- < 11is platform! Editor Jo"ilan H t5i:;-

II ted a strong;, c.uor wore wtil; anjruivhi:: ,d for his d.inalitv-hi: : :,; progressive citizen and an upright bat- 1 Regular $1.00 a Quart Whisk y; write for
honest man. In fierce political

j oration. Ii was iliguifidd ahl I old: J {Mparni" from stere tned'meal!h- tl:>s he has bttn aggressive, often- earn jlet Price list.

oils tRI a: Ci'!ui !in":10:c-,,-and \vhilv.e I '
Y '1 to the occasion, and was times to the sensational point, but i iI
n are not yet ceituii of the desir
I| !Ks kind'\ beart and forgiving naturesoon
exprtatioE, in de iwran bie utility 01 the 'culling JUT" cot I' I
!I brings him out !'n friendly: t:v.chMr Ocala House Wine Rom
':-nnor. ar- c-rtaia t'a it :bI 5.UCAL.
I' i the Lu.i: uilil'to Wld: : t with his op1Ionerr; I 1 .
-fit-tea'! i : i.r, I i Stockton is a distinctive and !
litres..i ri+..'d of politics. and does I .' FLORIL'THE .
.jS 1 : prodnt'Lt: rjrif; in ti'. poiitidl cour-tinltJ tnad c. : ..:r -,'i ::>. :-\. ".':u :::'-:r::is of its ---:
speech .H-s i "ii--s affair of the city of Ja(' {.I..I.i ,
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sal I : 1'> ,"__ Lint K-.tor: '*Crr',. .,, 1,1'' co.",
most thoughtful Alta i angelic ai.l the state of Florida, audis I
r'twill.".- :n thif>!-ti-, for he -
: tbe rer u;nu"il lean! 'r of a strong ;
was logical and forceful, an: -.-..ia : tj !Liv-1 alliiraiy: ::;il"ce2.ied ;
I fact on in the :stat KI is ad'mttteJ!
gtN I Lis to ;,;,u.iZ; .na; t.'f: .1<,r ;.ui i.!<-a and mat! 'I'
superbly delivered He has by both h's :political frip'i and sag; : r. a Vtr-y; pra>'.kal b I.'t3.-LiYe;; : A\arioQ Hardware GOl1)paQYHEAD
: ro bo thp strong man that has )
; doe-
1 facts well knitted togeuer, out ;): L Dtlcrat.
I :r.
wi I 'bus far announced for the governor- \

are tailing into the oti-er, ana L'* build::: ,
Alf I Editor Mattbr-w-: the Starke Te ; ship.JackRoll"iHeIHroj'iis: I <.JUAI TERM: ; --
sip a structure, so to speak, that :: graph, who was sparer of the

.it seems to us is impossible to de.;. iii.. \ hose: or 'prps.'nta\fca at the last Perhaps So, and Perhaps Not iicrican Wire Fencing,
torida new: It is believed that standing, as he
fc =:cn of the legislature, asked E
= =
..tr hood announce We believe that in tht most izv:!,;j.:...1 does for the same political principles, I Sash, Doors and Blinds .
iTor L'Eng! of the Sun some ver
fit .d"'lIls well tilled, at $5 Rr. Hudson Burr, who has previously
ful assembly in the world i: -.souscreate l! ;p.-rt.i-rit questions, and they werfrankly ; -1
N I Paints. Oils and Varnishes
.a :\a.i.- for it111 V.GSI nioi I I declared his candidacy, will soon ,
aii-wr{>d. Then the directe!
.uul" fur .. heat than it will!' tor : a profound imprebiioL; ii withdraw from the race, and give his
Iii I of Florida searching luminary fei.1 Mill and Mining Supplies
a slant 01.\ ai.it t 1.1\" early bird way; to Mr. Stockton.-Jackson I ,
high yl&tal. '' support
Beard lifted to a 1 cat: uiJOn to ask the editor oj I
catch :!:. \\/\.11 tir.t.-"allabase: "
a Irut i) -JIthvir '.! i at He won adnnrauoL am te:: lei f!, ; Sta-kf-'s spark! for a little insid Ei I! Perhaps Metropolis.so, and perhaps not Stand I Turpentine Snpplies,
"where he it? I
i history; as to got an
'- Ocala with many wore !r.>._ is '.'..iM .:. I ing for the same principles and policies Improved Farming Toois;O I
E iitttt L'Eu4Ie' and Reese ar" Le: spark S-w the track-lost it!"
I that Mr. Stockton docs, and hav- :
bt'iug 11- ,:idly) congratulated ui-oi add before his obt. 1 ;-icic 'o a solution, if not to its r*>; I
ing been proclaimed by Mr. Stockton'sfriends GET OUR PRICESMarion
t ., ,,' \ t., ',' "the interest .\": tL.s ,i : )i"Jl). Editor L'Engle is still askin ; II
in ancompliment
We could go OL. ; gay to lie the man for the place .
it x a s! ,i i i .ht ut iiu ht ag.i.ust: n.:::li, f < ecu! '.'.i"; *& tit:. and the man of the hour. Mr. Burr :
tverj : St. MeteorPROHIIBTION .
"t the i ir p.,1 arc :cull: jubildiu over th pounded Augustine !
may think that Mr Stockton ought Hardware Cumpany
> !tie: ... ai.s! that the Sun will nvcn-d >c i,';rf, ,: -.r/.:. &ii i.'-<,r..j: r
DILL to st p aMMo for h'm.: as he vas fir:t '
liuf and to throw Ugh
'lIlih >
: ... ". ,_'. .t'I .
for tart'. Y. L ; r :tus i in therace .
vu ail ..',., ", of darkness.-tiPalatkt::
-., Was Passed by Alabama House c r i -, ----, --- : +>>t$iao.mffi-i""+ aa '+'
'I'II. : 1 '1 L':',:.'. L.::;:. ;.:...,:: ii.-'. i.rLi5V : HCayeoZ"" ri44449$4444 .
H order Washington;
r i ) an :
\\' ,iad to know that the "in : Representatives Yesterday .
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t, ,I .t' ''H.I': dt i iiuiteiy !lIC 1t..t: I 'I utgomt'rr. AI': .. :Nov. 12SICM rninpamv. ; of coast artillery are tot i SMT BIG CHOPS; TLiB! IDEAL FEpLlZE! ; t

-' ;I'I'I\ \ \ Tbis is rea a.ir ;iv -<=: o i:.': :,:;'<.; : aq'a.Lt; :;, i ;ng t'o; I'T. saiy two thirds! vat,' 0t'l i
orciim/tsl.: to be designated the '

,t I.. t.-:: .':i.--: .:t ,-', _:j', ....,...y '*'e fe]t'l the ml'aJh"rs pn>:wllt. Ihl', hm 'I' crepresentative '. i Om llninlr-d and Sixty-Second, the : OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU
I today pal"' I Ow sit i

e. v., _ati7e state!. | I..t t 1. ,. i One Hundred and Sixty-Third and the' : 'FLORIDA VEGETABLES--A ,"IRISH POTATOES"-Book Jrl
'aa} s*' M 1 \ of State Cra\\tord said n ; a. uto!y prohibition l-ill! introJjhc",1 i com-

Iht'AI, hits' "u;!" "'4 out"i>pt't'th that th" la oiaior.td. e..tELce -he; can a. Speaker CarntichfU-l. t hy a ytltt'! of (1; I. One Hundred and Sixty-Fourth com !:! .+ plete manual on Florida crops."Soil t Seed Planting and c.-/a- i
pan h'!'. The new organizations are i iI iI
) t.',y tin ,t of i.utkmg a ,pecth gaUitu \ to 25. : tion, Effect of Fertilizers Diggl1g
; miiy to that con if I to be assigned to duty at Key West p
i i. ;
-a-t r.are up pn 1 I. FLORIDA
wee ,'II' <'owl +!<4\,'rs. The fact o Hundreds of womi'n ap*nt tbr f'T I ORANGES"-Book of and Shipping..
and Fort Barrancas Florida and Jackson I
:ittuali.!; !h ,11; nouiiuaU'd for jro\rrt; > i>outi trn:: state and we: believe i iis t tire day at Hp capital! Tin' bill imlibits ,. ; special interest to orange grow- 'PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING"-Of
itt. barracks, Louisiana, and a portion -i
or hag It?ohlt'rahb l asitd Kdi'o! thf sale or Klvme away of it I' : ers. special interest to pineapple
Ms( conceded that the :strongest: orator;y of their strength is to be drawn
;'l rr" lOt the DvFuuiak Brttze. lithe ] toxiraMng liquors afr October t, ; growers.
SoPh Kt. : i sue of his paper he says i i.> found in the South. 1908.- s"l'nltll. Nov 14 from existing companies. FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES"- "IDEAL FERTILIZERS" Book

"$'nu'' t lit. IVu$atola Journal a week I The speeches at the banquet were ... --r, =-: _, _. _-_ ; : Dwoklet on Soil, Varieties, Cul all of our different brands, analyses -

r ao la ,..-k H; lat Sunday bug : tivation and Fertilization.
< .- ona1ly brilliant.Ve have at- ') {i ,t 4" <, J. 99 Y9cCat- : prices, etc.
g< *t*>u !UN: editor of this paper as a { r :
'" I New andrev'ised edition ot the above )Ust published tree for asking
MiUaliU- m for governor, etc t fended quite j. number of banquetsn + -
pitU' j r-,1" ;;: .

Whu hi' io.t out in politic, Hon. I our time. but we make the positive .I'li.. > t." I : WilSON & TOOMER FERILTIZER COMPANY
if l %.iy' I., cli<;l.:( .> of temperature are hard I ,
Thcw E \\ atium. the meteoric and lu- !statement that we never before heard {

IbIDUUI t.,'. 4|!{tan drifted into journai- 1l[ Cf4 t .:: t., .:h:.st Co:ltitution.u c. I : JACKSONVILLE FLA.

lent a ...a',1 thai when he retires from :speeches that would rank with those ; .44.+...4...44..,+.++4++4.+.........44414..+.++.+...

the ftuli-rnutorial I office: in Mississippi that were delivered at this one. from the ,
; The conductor passing heated ----- ----- ,
that 10\.rnur Vanuman will begin -

tit.. puMt.! core of a daily paper and The speech of Governor Druward f r... inside c: a trolley car to the icy temperature : GEISHA SKIN FOODFOR

If h* pnuiii to make it the best MistMiptii was rich in thought, impressive and I l 3 cf the pl;:: tform-the car.vasser spending an Il ; THE FORM AND COMPLEXION

l 1\, h ever had ; it is also stated animated in delivery and crowned himt DO
) hour cr so in a heated building and then h andNOT BE THIN ,
u.at Gut, nor Broward will take up BEAUTY is H"T ', tablt: fd."tu In wur:"h' ..ucc...,.. l'h... preserrau'n '
Jwraaium if he. is not elected to the a post prandial speaker easily the I'f.;.J walking against a biting stand-know the V f One's ch.irl11' requlrt-, more care than v )u give to '.jur u> ;0'A c 1.. I amimitter .-th-'1
b.nch.ta-brac. Age is not a ot years hut of :"ug. and beauty i, a woman b
Tutted atat.. senate. He will prob- equal of Chauncey DePew. Indeed, difficulty of avoiding cold. ,
A. wise .
woman will stimulate! thc harms she IS losing and endeavor to rl"gun: uusthe
ably t.titi! linii a daily newspaper in orator ) ha, lost>
he can give that distinguished
J ckamivV either to measure GEISHA SKIN FOOD
: of Governor ) Emulsion C'. hould bt used! by every woman who lids the least desire> to be attractive. It 1- the onl1l
.to.*.!h Hitfc the Metropolis or the pointers. The speecb 1\ Scott J' strengthens the '' preparation known to medical science that w II round out hollowed thin heelLs 'oJ --
Tim**.rum. linn Oo G Mathews, Broward. because of its intrinsic :& body so that it can better withstand the scrawny t'ICkwltb FIRM, HEALTHY FLESH and REMOVE WRINK.
LES from the face and bands, the
"h-M11' + if. fnm this county, has no matter how deep furrow FOR DEVELOPING

a3Nsdy .' ,-n up Journalism having worth and easy delivery, drew forthapplause '-1 danger of cold from changes of temperature. \ equal It.TH T BUST prevent the bru"t make tom h bTea t firm "larllt. anJ beautiful.*** mOlhert l noAhltli shOI1.J, II

......y s <>' his IHI* a* the editor of perhaps unwilling applause ( always use GEISHA SKIN FOOD. ngf ".ore weaning a bosom to' us natur l contour
e"I .. Pot. r.mftty Uword at llartow.Br :fI It will help! to avoid ; and beauty lost through K Sf ur sickness Oa salt at an principal DepartmentS
from those who had been trained to you taking cold. \Ii.ap r.upoafSSptolpIftJc to any dddre, postage; prepaid pl.m aleJFREE

ego .. mbriaht Telling On Us think lightly of his gifts in this direclion. fALL !' A sample: box -ju t enough; to toarinte vou of the great merit 1:

1 ATMaaae v bi"{>ered they had quite I r,, for the cost of GEISHA SKIN FOOD *U b* st: free fjr ten cents, which p.y .
mailing' We will au..
DRUGGISTS; SOc. send you booklet
*hatfc* 4M at (';t1a Tauipa Trip .aa $1.00. 'WOMAN'S BEAUTY ftwhich tormassaging
contains> all the movement
-. I All the speeches were excellent in 99 ; the face nect and arms'ani full directions for developing proper the blllt.
OOO Address ?
ooooog : GEISHA MFCCO.. 735 Haaeotk St nKOOKLYY.
For Sale B All DeAlers.


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Calls It Lo". .
a Feast
'11: u. i.1''t ) l lu.tl: down ou tn.va\ tune a littln early The large; : anauoU ( '. :,

; "a'lB .. ( 1"-II ,'Ul.UII at :N'Ith.11>; w hai.-su,\'cr occurred to nuhariiiony ; : \ assort.u.,:ut of <:andidaTtwr: '

,t, fe 'Ult'I.a. Voile a KrUii/ i rite: aud ayrnueiry of tt just a little "backward in coming foi -i !''''

.1I..1i1 Ih',t t1'Ulk...! a :t .I"'I&t. Ij'l'iion.' and the universal voice ward." Only "the worker"="th t I

1. '" i' I II "j.aritlt
: tJ ."..,t'd lbto't'l': ioni.au: ;' ',,111 : j ...ttb re.-Tarllla Times. paign. It is to him a case of "linke : .i.Lei f lVIercantile House

j' .\ IMMNUI"> cUlt rtieii .dIr'tr S sweetness long drawn out." It's his'' .....

laud in articles concerning the "coming tide de !
CWi111t. U u "1W''CUt.1 I only stock in trade. But poor \-

\1 II, H\ill.' ,:, K.H,.j t I..l I."' wtlh tht w. i t nut"1 convention at Ocala, publish il of a candidate wants to "walk right J

-. I I' uut .. i. r>tMu "I....... Tex Iwui.. !I i in the News and Tribune, the cane in and turn around and walk right out I !

I'lacy of lion. Park M. Trammell e of !
4 -: Io;.V 1 \tM.-i.lav Ite nature ut again. i Vs7"irLter 19 O 7

I Lakeland wad omitted, through ovtigh r- of thoe' I:
,- uo 4ii'uiiiin c i tor utttce, and i it For these reasons the crop 1

i. ;. perennial plants was not as;; large as :

I..f Hroward wu there and made a Mr. Trammell was unable to aapear ; it might have been-And of "all sad I

\ ,..- ....ui speech of a HoothlUK. opuw- I in his own behalf, but his candidacy ; words-Well, well, well! The way. 1 ---

was announced by Represent they talked prohibition was a cautio: I
ami fraternal character but

t." him that Iw would be a,candi.lanl ca\'e 1 live Mathews of :Marion and his platform to snakes. : j Ladies' Ready to Wear Suits in the leading fabrics of Dress

T uttee. There doubtleam 1 read.-Tampa E'eningews.. But, "publish it not" in the Bamifi, I,
any are Goods and Silks from $15.00 $35.00.
) candidate for state offlcu ye "tell it not" in the streets of Reddic i : to
The Jacksonville indul
Metropolis ;
Iannounce.. who in or Leroy-There was a DAXQI-ET.i :
were not Ocal
: I es in a very uncalled for criticism r of "Twan't banquet, i iI inuther. Ladies'' Wear Skirts Panama Chiffon Cloth
Thursday, but the bunch that did Itt Cut T. J. L. Brown of this city inc And no temperance of thos;I Ready to in ,

'" i be frost WM creditable : And while many t I ;
a with
dent to iris: announcement for the be TURNE1 and Voile. Prices from $1.75 to $15.50.
plinth uf Htrutic tlaber in it to Jlt'1t't't present may I.. ranging
I'uitt-d States senate alluding to bim.
trout We notice tbat Hon. R Hud OUT, it is rather a singular C'oineii i

Hurr 'us a "showman. .. dence that NOT A SINGLE GLASS. Ladies' Waists Plain Waists Net Waists "
s was uot there to announce Judging by the manner in which WAS TURNED DOWN until after it.5 : fancy Silk Silk Silk

Igovernor.. and bit absence will U
Col. Brown took the scalp of one of meandered homeward in e(- tailored from
...Il.r.lly accepted a. evidence thahr the distinguished candidates for that Beautifully $3.75 to $7.50.
.. stacies of delight making glad
4Hhdra from the
n contest
I office at Ocala, his opponents will the "red lane'' : -
in dreary
waste places
Hid l Yom%...11 bill ('Obtra'thh th I
doubtless feel that they have "see that led from the mighty lips;; and
liipu ti) MTvIng out bin term ail rail show" before the is I Our Dress Goods is by far the in \Ve
:j campaign ove gates so recently closed to the cars Department largest town. carry an extensive -

KMMl Mr t omiuU.ioiif r. This hates us: \Vhate\er may be Colonel Brown'st'han of prohibition and temperance. I' line in all the leading weaves and colors at prices ranging from 21)c) to $I tuU
iilrbriat. Browne and Stockton
('(s for election, he is certain!] Now there is or should have been :a 1 yard.
a. th. tbree raadiiUtea for per
ri tlbands
t'ntltlt"\l to treatment at
ncie little prelude to this play. t'po:
and that (i. quite enough. Judge' <
) of the press and people. Ce their arrival the good women of Oca'!; ... "
Isaac 8t.*im of Ik+land, may )'eiuukft

** a foal. )lr. :Mallory, caudi lainly iiccasions his should work for Florida him on man from sent to each of these candidates ;a. Money Back Taffetta Silk and the famous Mexine
preserve the I WAIST SILKS
and letter con'r.ing
dale fur ,.......tIoB to the senate. Ig- such attacks as that made by the Ie- sweet of which pathetic bore a SPECIAL DELIVERY ; in all the leading colors from (We) to $1.25.: :

nor">4 cuaventktt. but Mr. Oean: Evening News. I
tro1'oUs.-Tampa STAMP. This little missiv
war there to urge bin claima in tapMTli
these a we'inspir-I
modestly implored
stnlll. elaliurating his vie.wt advocates of prohi! IN OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT, which is in our Annex, we carry
ratter idea has in someway frig, death-defying
<. the repeal of the Fifteenth Amend : A got into strange the heads of a few men bition to prove by their own DEED; Suits from 10.00 I to $:':>,(00)() for men. Youths' Suits from $?.::)0() to $1 1 o.OO: () Boys'

went,Trslrtarll'r wbk-b will bP randtdary the leading was uaueMr alt. I in this state. It is that unless an as-: as well as presence the faith:: that wu; Suits from $1.50 to $7.50.: The best selections in up-to-date Merchandise and

Ocal In them and to abstain from anything
ilrant made his debut at the well tailored.
.toMMMC.4 bet tfce ume otBro and.] ,
: neeting Thursday and announce of an intoxicating nature at the banquet
iVd T J. I. Brown contributed tc .
liiuself. he is shelved for the can I -
be gaiety of the orraakm by main
latainc I' .' be also ran y.ndl" I Ila wign Such a conclusion is nonsense But alas! It develops that prohibi-! I IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT for Ladies, Men, Boys and Children are

The.. convention at Ocala was merel lion is also like the proverbial streei I
) eanitwi ta his ambition to get m i represented the
and without any; car platform-only intended to get iron bestBRANDS
the Called .tate.r ......... Hon. J. M a i social gathering 'I IN AMERICARHEINAUER'S
effect whatever either of the and not to stay on. "And thej
Itarto afj|> tall .....t. U still hen I *
lemocratic or otherwise. It all tuck sugar in their'n.
party ..
sib whether be will be a can -' '- -- ---.-
i tan it g
Talk about the frailties of woman! -
vas not even ordered by any part;
.H,ui. tu ti|>|MiM' Mr. I'nion for comptroller \ man is a damned sight weaker'! I

i that be would! minority.
but U..Hineot'
I Every aspirant can place himself in: And as conscience doth make cowards

\ inakup his mind l I" January I. Hon.I he race for tt&> no.... ""''TIary regard af us all so doth the candidacy of th.I
\\' KitieM "( rttniH wan In miicfe I
of him hum :
Florida make
t'ss of anything done or said at the politician a -
i In ....1I1t1 t'. nl un iTtahity an tuh Jacksonville Floridan.
(,k-ala nut-ling. Surely there is plent; hug and a liar.- I
.4Kf h' lIIou.d.1! tHM"'''1' Mr .
for all to do that, as a
uf time
for ..itiitutiiiifrant t.f ;u:rk II It II r.', Pri-j OCALA FLORIDA
before next ; ,
is not probable (
lIIan J
M.ut KttiMtriiii ..M ullftl th- Hr-t of th.' Mayor Izlar Declines to Stand for ReElection -

; t.MT M K lt.T.. uf Suiiiter,. ..>r June. g 4
The worst feature ot" the: Ocala!;
wM.aril .. hut hH.k rlur' the samejnh
Fo the Editor Ocala Banner:
starting poll
ir a:*.i In he \ ill., \ o( lu.It''liI141ft n.-t'tiiiK \* tht earlv: ;:: & ;;: :mIa. = ''f.W..r..rK.a ..

tk.. in this stat.\ which will grow in After thanking you for the complimentary __n.__ __ __ ___ _
i and \ill" know mllrt. .,"IO"t It lah'r'I -
I 1 1Mh".t. ulume until t bi* A. "! decision i iuade. is remarks you have made ir ------- --- -- -- -
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Id *> .,llt... I.- hh. ...tit -'rtw'rth1.4rkl The seeking of nominations by;; )four columns in reference to me personally NO INTERIOR MAN I 1'

'rituai) election and the holding oIta'tious COfESTIORSENATOkSHfP
lu.-Cv Scausf well of administra-
uf i .11t. alien' as as my
upon local option issues is In the whole list of candidate n i
h. vfjt.. lo I"'H Mr Rollaway' the ion as mayor of Ocala, I beg space
I ..utttriejit to keep up au animated st-iti: will be seen that there is no man a I
..,,it iiK'Hii.U-nl for On j.h! and it in your columns to thank the friends I

ft. \ ht. II' hal In lnu-. '- io make a (if affairs in Florida for six month who have expressed the desire for me candidate from any interior city. Politicians Interested In Coming Battle---
These long protrJ.ctt'd'l"t.nl'utious
i. of.H < amtmUcii in wlmli there WillS ,' race at least. (:o stand for re-eleciion, and to say tc Mr. Stockton. Mr. Bryan, Mr. Fletcher -

..i., l.h IKa Kotti! .Ival! o( ',Ilt.'r I'r| are tint we believe tohe I hem: that i must decline to allow iuj' (Mr. Broward, who will probably
f i. best interests of the people, bt'''- Will Broward Run?
1 I Ill 1 I.--HTU' I I lame to be used in that connection announce later, are all from Jacksonville -
the voters will divide on candi
u. i-Mtitn.tul.ti.' K.ltlor Hurl: .. upon I (ause There are many relUonsVb)' I do not a seaport city.

uff"i ales! and issues, and then clashing :Mr. Mallory and Mr. Beard are from
imlied wish the duties of the office -
nll.t'"ht.futl. to assume
1111I: 1.0 I Will Napoleon B. Broward become Broward will certainly cuu1 -r r ".'
.niloii hut ale are not certain begio.. for the coming year, but it is unnecessary Pensacola, a seaport city. I I
i t..mv honor with him.Senator .
selling isue can be has a candidate for the United States
The liquor ]
it41 tbe n-hult, are *uflcii..tly valua- I for me to spread them ortbe Mr. Sparkman, Mr. Park
cued and gotten out of the way if senate? Maliorys Strength
and Mr. T. J. L. Brown are from Tarn
iimteaiU as atw1 of the In
newspapers. mj .
l.i*' to jtiKiifs tiM-b of that issue desirt, pages Senator Mallory is a seriouu.! ,..
host: in charge a seaport city. This is the question now being ask-
of our ..tate political probertafter awn mind they are weighty and satis pa
part to be dealt with. He will bit
fight for office cane( > :>
ii'd... Tb ",.."tif' behind nut a political factoryI[ have endeavored during Mr. Albert W. Gilchrist is from Punta ed by politicians all over the state, '
r election is hE"ld.ow support a large number of t1.-! : ..I'

schrmv l I. hardh strung and defl- until a primary the next half a year cand my administration to discharge the Gorda, a seaport city. and according to a very close friendof ers of the "conservatives" an 1 J !
ind for Mr. Jefferson B. Browne is from
mte raIMtgb. I.IIe Oai I mucrat. be trotted out and their vii duties of the office fairly honestly and the governor, he has not fully decided be especially strong in certatuc. -'.
fates can conscientiously, and to the best of mj Key West a seaport city.
intentions extolled and what he will do. Political op- Florida counties. Park Tm.: n _
titender U. FMtoM m the RifKitbe ues: and good ability making the best use possibh In all that vast territory stretching -
heir faults and shortcomings pntainted. nents of W. J. Bryan have been at strength must not be undertwti: ",r> .
"comtoc out con ; shall from Pensacola to Key West, nc
tk ala oi the means afforded me, and
MIIMr .. We wish that it were customary work lately urging the candidacy of but it is yet to be fully determn-
.. aloes lion Ihwrau r. Fletcher baatbe retire from the office with a full con candidate is to.be found*except those .
v held these political isues in: Duncan U. Fletcher for the United It is safe to say that tbe eit -twill '
I.eerrlrWrd by a Tt.I'aioDr. to sciousness of having followed the linuf who hale from the seacoast.
t.twa until given time and that States senate, ante Mr. Fletcher is be exciting and that a can'i-a- /: u
.heck a
drat up to this in issue This means that the interior must
.ertal .. bta) duty as I saw it every .
anxious will be conducted that will be "
ti- '
short and not have them very to run. a
advisable ime a one wood and draw water -
It : continue to hew
deemed which itself. I am full
uul presented ;
H. in the ears of everyone for so Friends of Bryan are, however, insisting battle from start to finish. It U >
for rae, but BOW fair that #linning aware, however, that it is human to for the seaport cities.
i.i the tie too for the
days.VelL what cannot be on his entering contest soon affairs t. to My that after nany and doubtless I have made mis The politics of Florida and the legislation
;:A thume has come err, the so-called "straight out" lead- "warmed ," but the !
I! 'urea must be endured, but remembehe and up coming < d"
to discriminate
considerationoi ( of Florida are shaped
deliberate i takes and hope that mistakes
1 rfful and friends t door is still open to all aspirant my the interior cities ers will support him, claiming that paign will be full of excitement :if.,d r
u4 advice from I Ib. be profitable lessons to my suc-
the waiter I were announced at may he has been consistent in the prin- there will be sensational feature-
vhether they and inconsequence
cMdldacy. and NY.I in favor of the seaport ,
.- aoMiuaee* hII I cessor. their faction. The decision made by Congreuanir
Metropc- ciples ;
of tU (cala or which and
of we more
ken nen* I I thank the people of
'W'ith a
lurtber I Mr. Fletcher, it is believed will Sparkman not to run for tto setae l
to the office, .UI. Lave more :ascertain that anything life a
4itacb Ocala for the honors they conferred -
re...al >iltt\ Lave:: the support of many of the has caused pressure to be brought
of the dignity and shall in the future wholesale business outside of a seaport
N *.<.ui.. appreciation The "coming out" convention at upon me "anti" leaders, although he was at bear on Fletcher to get Into tbe ",..*
kbuwiM full well the in the so comport my city is an idle dream for Florida
t4 the pe..uh p cala Thursday was a grand success : as one time one of the local leaders of and this Duval county orator will "getIn"
the people toe deserve their approbation All that a man living in an interior
bath bt. M>r I la every way and the Ocala editor self as to the "straight out" faction. without a doubt if he gees t >
rejUtllH that It .b ul onfrrn t ire to be congrltulatt'and shower Should Fletcher and Bryan both way clear.In .
best ability, the bight LAURIE T. IZLAR. his tat and shout himself hoarse for
tbe ed with thanks for their unbounded I run, Florida would hear the most exciting Jacksonville the politician e' '
merit vigorous and.ruler the fellow from the seaport city, while
,- iBiechty. the lospitality. Occurring yesterday, wire < debates in its history, as both doing a great deal of talking just LOW e
h. Out Sale of view
tat. can furni Closing from eveTcommercial point '
puwerr the unable to give an extended account are able men on the stump, and both and it will be but a short time b kr>-
bring to utf 'boil-- Our entire stock is offered for ua- our hands are tied, and business ia
A tll" l'"M 1rtM i 0 of the convention, but will hav are eloquent. the pot is boiling. f
awrvlnf devotion to its mediate sale at very low prices, in order taken away from us, and we lie prone
en di WUI more to say concerning it next week Friends of Bryan declare that he Back of a certain movement it is
,'M indartry. untram- to close out our business at once. and helpless, unable to move hand or t
0 .i..tie. and untiring -Dunnellon Advocate. I would have the advantage in the said are certain friends of Consrws-
.at"'DI' alliances or We have a fine line of Holiday Goods foot-not only in Ocala, but in every
MH'lied by any country precincts, because of certain man Clark, who are anxious for him
the Interest of the and it will pay you to make your purchases interior city: Why continue to fasten -I .
iiit.n-ala, Bttt IB I What everybody says must be true i issues that would be raised. 1 j to make the race for senator two '
Intend to Mk tne.leiinMratk : now. Terms of sale, cash. stronger the cords that bind us?
wh..Up" ....lr. I anti none of them denies that Alber If Fletcher runs it is safe to say I Ii years hence.-Jacksonville Metropo
of the tate of ll-20tf OCALA :MUSIC CO. I t
electors lilchrist made a most favorable that either Mr. Bryan or Governor j lis.
of I'nited He Fought at GettysburgDavid i
Kl rlda for the noialnatton prt session in. his Ocala speech. lIe is; A reporter of the Atlanta Journal Parker of Fayette, ='. Y., I

Hi.t. senator at the approaching a L big man in both heart and brain the who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes: -
bas just finished a tour among
mat iea I shall tender my resign and the man who beats 'him in the of barrooms in Atlanta "Electric Bitters have done me more I NOTICE For Sale,-Dr, Marean's Liver Pills '=
of the state democratic property owners good than any medicine I ever took.
ilotiatri.Mlnnan as soon as ace will have to beat a good one. and ascertained that in the business I For several years I had stomach trouble made from Dr Mareaa's private formula

werullve eOlDlDlnt acksonville Floridian. districts that they have already I and paid out much money for medicine I The hunting season opened November ; have been ested far twenty

meeting Is called. little until I began
1I net! to purpose,
been rented for even more than the 1, and closes on the 1st of Febru- Sent
I taking Electric Bitters. I would not five years; purely vegetable.

coming out eoBVBttio0 of candidates A Sly Rap Over the Knuckles old prices; oft the crowded and faror- take $500 for what tt>.'v have done for ary for deer, and on the 1st ot March postpaid on receipt cf price. 25 cts. a
noteworthv Ocala did herself powerful proud I ell districts the rentals will be considerably me." Grand tonic for the aged and All will
very for and turkey. parties
at tala: hac for female weaknesses. Great altera- box. Address,
good last Thursday, and ought to have decreased.Mr. .
and IvportaBt crowd than assembled there tive and body builder: sure cure for be governed accordingly. Mrs. Beatrice Marean,
w.. there. raany tap- a i larger lame back and weak kidneys. Guaranteed 11-S-otw C. J. McCRANEY,
aaylmMa 16 East Belmont St.
many deUlhtful to enjoy her hospitalities. The weather Ed McElmurray, a popular by Tydings & Co., druggists. '
a :
) .puIIII were is in the city. Game Warden, Marion Co., Fla. Pensacola Fla
I If Of Itolittw was a little unpropitious and the oung traveling man 50c. x
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I no rIIII.llt'S: in nil! that time nor ruis OF REAL ES.I .
CRAHAMVILLE AND CONNOR a present and arid send it back to her. BERLIN BULLETIN TATE
DRAG worth thii notice. An.lrls
i VALUE Of KING 111- J't' : ;passing
She will appreciate it. :! lt 1 the exlkrience of farmers road

peelal ('or. Ocala Banner: While in Ocala last week we listened Special Cor. Ocala Banner: I I oiinnissloners su-1 i.t"n "t science 1 InI I State of Florida, Marion County. 'j.
I Pursuant to
to some of the speeches of the The friends of Dr. Blitch regret all t.Illantl. power conferred upon
many nuthorlty over our
Mr. Austin Long the 1S') ar-oltl son I I I me, Thomas K. Elliott, in and by
"come outers" on too 14th. They)! very much that he continuesquite I Improves t the, Worst Earth RoadIn The use of the King drai brings: to t of two certain deeds, one virtue 4Mclver
ot Mr. Melvin Long of Astor Park I by E.
tIt were fine. However fine the speechesmay ill at his borne at BUtch ton. i Ord pass numerous other details which sin! Gregg and his wife, sue I.
Short :r.
wa killed Wednesday by the accidental have been, some of the candi- ilr. M. P. Frink is able to be up and jly jwein unimportant but which in Gregg, dated June 5th ls:It";, and re-' i 1

A&Il- discharge of a shotgun in the dates will have to, in the words of around again. -- I the aggregate constitute the ptTfe corded in office of Clerk of Circuit f.,
Court for Marion
panda of a friend and fellow hunter.. Mayor Izlar sit out on the front stoop MiSs Belle Haycraft has returned to QUICKLY DESTROYS ALL RUTS earth road. One-r'mootbnwy-has been aforesaid in Deed county Book 91i.in! the state
mentioned. Next to smoothness I Is the! pages 7.S2- 1
where :
of wild i I when the election is over and sing her home from Grahamville. I 785 and the other by George
chase H. !
hot a
They were on a with thi' Me-
of the road which
"Home, Sweet Home." Ocala enter. she has been teaching scbool. Miss crowning Master and his wife Lou P. McXIas-:

bog through the scrub and when the tained in grand style that day. The I Haycraft will not go back to Graham. Change to Smooth 1SS Almost Instantaneous I smoothness provides for the dnilna: > ter, dated April 9th 18%, recorded in

bounds bayed him each man this Inventor of Highway of the trut'eJt"tllIl'Uon of the hUhway. Deed Book 98 page 36, in said 1
/ approachj j city was clothed in her best. Tbe ivlle. but will take a school in Says office
Thou comes hanlness or density, which I will offer for sale on the FiN uoniday :
.d from the same direction only a company of visitors she expectedcame. section. We are pleased to have her Improvement DeviceOtherBenefits : gives permanence aail which com,S in December 1907. at th-ilotirr:

with cocked From the many expressionswe back in our midst Derived by Usinj: the Ora!;. the usual ,
few feet apart and guns more slowly than the first two. ;grow House or place for"\ gal

ready for the on-rush of the animal. heard many fell in love with her The debate at the Berlin school Friday [Copyright. IS-K. by D. Ward Kng.] Init and gaining for several yearn sales in the city of Ocala at I 11 i

too. The day was cold but it was a afternoon was "Stould Women The Ktn; Iran is like a sleight of Then follows the absence of wet." 1s. of a. m., or as soon after such
Wben within a few feet of the gamea hour as the same may be It Ito'clock
sunny one. At 0:30; the band struck Vote?" On the affirmative were Perry handerformer In appearing';; to ac- the chuck hole at the bridge and culvert conveniently
bush in some caught the trigger I decrease of mud and. done at public auction, for I'ah.the ; ,
way Lottie amount
1 a lively air and the gates of the cityflew Beck Fred Smith and Miss romplLsh the imp*-hlble. In twenty following real estate, au.WIT :

1 to the gun of Mr. Long companion open and standing just within Mills.: Negative: Robert Ferguson. minutes after yuti hitch to the drag what Is not so readily granted: a remarkable South half of southeast quarter and j,
decrease In the amount o f
t. and the hammer fell causing the were Editor Frank Harris of the Ocala John Weathers and Hiss Sue Hay the worst earth road Is so much better northeast quarter of southeast quarter ,I
dust. The cost of culverts also is lessened of southeast '
Banner and Editor Adrian P. Jordanof craft. The judges were Miss Rae that d klan He.-nw to have Leon quarter and south.
fua to tire and the whole load took a ml1 first 1-eejuise water cun: UH1: east quarter of nortrheast of
the Punta Gorda Herald the latter Folks and Messrs. Neal Ferguson and work. assuming, of cotir'. that '', "'j l lvert quarter
s effect in Mr. 1-ong's heart. Tbe fellow at jn r follow the \:b the originator of the "coming out" Ed Henderson. The judges awardedthe the roll Is in fit condition. If you and soften the al utmr'n:< >%.. 19 east. Also all that certain piece.

hunter (we did not learn his idea and the former the promoter of affirmative side the victory.A think I am making; too strong a state- :standing In a pud'Le: In the chuck bolt'! parcel or tract of land described as ,

anv) U nearly crar' over the death it, who greeted the distinguishedguests box supper will be given at the ment try it and if you are still of the sw on't the <',)ft Is lessened ti.e.aus"sbdr commencing at a point on line ,iivid- 1

cl his friend. The many friends of with long editorial smiles.! home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Beck on opinion I will pay; you at the rate of :.1...... oJ'I\: "''. ,,,'. I'I! ; '.. .t :' ing Allred's 556 and the CaldwHl lands
being yards north of Vivarezgrant :
Mr. and 8.1 re. Long grieve in their From that time on the "coming out" Friday evening next. All are cordially ,"', Pt'day for the time you use In t \ I thence running north W" cards

hour of bereavement. convention day was launched and it invited. in.-'kiutf the experiment :\.n"I'<:" ...1"f. .. f' thence west 336 yards thence south i
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Mr. 8. H Long has returned to his sailed on and on and on and on till Mrs. V. B. Potts visited her sister Look at thee Iowa photocrnphs. InNo. .:. -.. l" .. :j.: : :'60 yards thence east to point of

: 1 the Mlles and >venil inches of \: ..-ffcft&. ", .., "",Wr .' commencement making in all 1
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hen in Ocala. the wee sma' hours of tbe next day. Mrs. W. D. Grabam, in Ocala, a few "l'1 ...
.t. f .;!.S ".&&&,/? -.* j
twIokes: lire hidden In the ruts. Justa :-; : ( J twenty-five acres more or l.'sless:
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Durisoe and Mr. And now Mr. Harris has christened days last week. !VV minutes' use of the drag andfile jj i, {;:(. .J'$) 1." )&>r"rI2.j four acres conveyed by Gt'orce H j

TfeoniaM Randall and family will re- Ocala the "Coming Out" City. Let Messrs. Jack McCully Montholon ... 'f L .. .. :---J McMaster to E. M. Greg and '"ga 1 1I
:ruts are obliterated and even their -e .
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tarn from Lake George this week. the title stick.Including Atkinson and James Badger were c,r, i! two acres conveyed to Colco k. i iav j
; > Is in plain view. The two pictures + .. ; .
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Mr. L. M. Graham. Mr. W. P. Moor- those who went up to among those who attended the "com- I. -."- ...- '' .,. "II ..- !; I inn a tract of nineteen acres n.ore; or 1
are of the and not ..
spot more r ...::1 .....:: I less, situate in southwest quarter sertion -
man. Mr. Isaac Perkins and others at- Ocala on the 14th was Col. R. F. Roe ing out" convention Thursday. t than thirty minutes elapse from the t : j 8, township 15 south run12

t6Mb the "coming out" conventionin ers of Lynne and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Martel is always proud of herself. making of the first negative; to the F;.= r.r. ) east. THOMAS: K. ELLiOTT

the 'omins Out" City Thursday.Mr. Griggs of Connor also Mr. N. A. Fort, She is prouder now more than ever making! of the last. The :Missouri pie- '-x,. .'"ri "' :- 11-15-51 7*:t'- !
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and Mrs. Uverette Mills went the commissioner. and simply over the fact that one of :-",.. .- 1,
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up to Ocala Saturday to do some shop- Nathan Brinson represented the her belles reigned supreme in Ocalaon rrr: :. ;'--<; -=;;:::- NOTICETo

... Eureka section in Ocala Monday. "coming out" day She was called \.rJ- r'I I'f 'it-

Sheriff Fennel, Arch Jackson anda Cane grinding is still going on in on to write the "platforms" of the: ,. J; All Whom it :Hay: Concern :

party .if friends from the East End our midst. Ocalians are invited to candidates for the press. ..../ -...'...: l-F. ( Q"t. \J:: CK :1A-'l.E: "iOGlS'i.: BY D.UtT Be it truly known this dav'D.. .J

I bate returned from a few days' hunting come any old time. A card from the West says: "Flor -I... 'vIo4't" : "J, 4 ::tlril ilrst cost i is cousiJered; I thin': October 22, 1907: To all law ailing,!!

in the Oklawaha river hammock. CHATTEX CHUM. ida is land to leave and {' """ ..., and Christian citizens all
too great a : I "z : ., : f I., th-; cheapest culvert The o! : to nations; 'j
( They report big luck, having killed should we go away it would not belong 11. ',.-;:;-'.- )\''ftl :: .e-'t'-Mi! fc'> 'et'):'ore has been the dillicr.' to all secret societies etc., that the

three deer would back' f
ere we 'hurry to the _"; 7)0 .<... .......,_ _.to' ._ dastardly false report now in circulation
Mr. Horace liiuton of Ocala spent Here Land of lowers." TECUMSEH.AS ,.. ,. ._... :-..-..-. "---. .-!!':..-.. ;-.-. :ii;j':' 'tn protect it fn.m traction! engine: against Mr. Nobles Croon,
'- .. :;:- ,. ,. Mini i other ;lieavy loads. This trouble 1II i 1- '
gonday his parent, Mr. and Mrs. ; .. :; .. ;
wish Sparr Fla., Nov. 19, 1907. -....:- --::.---..:'.. !;. Fla.) is entirely untrue, as I have
:.Mated by the use of the drai: sinet'ie -
I Dtun. :at Sharps Perry.Mr TO MR. BURR 'c'n'- _. by reliable :hit Mr
To the Editor Ocala Banner: proven a source ,
and earth
rj'j puts more more on!
*. J. 8. Utry of Ocala is visiting
::16 Bryant Nobles is in
Many thanks for the Tampa Daily the nit and thus continually a !ds t".' every way a very
relatives in Grahamville. Sandflats Florida Nov. 20 1907.
; Mend and .
Times. It certainly is a splendid souvenir DIRT ROAD BEFORE DRAGGIJJG. the proie* tlve covering.'eetls are de- respectable gentleman and this false

IU: albs I'auHiiliiuton is visiting November 14, 1907. No To the Editor Ocala Banner: cures show as great a change I la both
lientDi and relatives in Ocala. doubt you recognized Mrs. (Not Miss We were told a few weeks back by uses we heJectttl the worst road we their! roots and the tiding of their top;> are enemies of my husband and who

Let's talk of Cowers. They are so Ocala and Miss Politics. In picture :some of the newspapers of the state could find, and I drove the drag my- they bring h"iu'S into the ro.iiiway do not know what they are talking
Its beautiful, and IiYtt>t>t. 1 specially refer your Humus, much to I be desired from tliifanner's -
amused and 1 that lIon. R. Hudson Burr was a good etf.The about and I do object to anyone taking
seem pleased to
I" to th' pray !lower.s in Mrs. A. Long's you change to smoothness is almostInstantaneous standpoint as ftt"f.r ,TT;':'
further notice of this false
:strong man any
rta welcome them.
fjUMMM flower yard at Connor. They Nothing like having and it at once begins to and for its mechanical auction on elO-t-
We were told by some of these papers report, as it has been proven entirely
are bt'auiies. the roses especially- ladies around for pleasure: The expected distribute the travel. The distribution dense soil Is not good 1 material for
>y''WI that he was a people's man and false. Hoping this will be flf.a! and
"ten thousand people" would Again the wettls by their roots
nag those of far-away Portland the, jf the travel j is due to the absence of

1\ "raw' ('11) ." At the floral decoration most assuredly have put in an appearance was capable and prepared to fight thepeople's i ruts and in turn It also discouragesruts. and the shape of their top.;; keep the! all citizens will believe me. .Jam

only that there had been a long battles. I The smallest rut tends to the roadway soft. And by their! were pretence Very respectfully
in the Ocala Houses
at the banquet drouth. The farmers were compelledto When Mr. Burr announced himself I II destruction of the road. Tbe drag they catch dust and mull, gradually :MRS. IDA B. NOBLES.

lit; Thursday! night were a few of Mrs.LODg take advantage of the rain of two I for governor certain newspapers in owes its reputation to the fact that it building up the well known shov! .. "
a roses and geraniums.!: On several II der which prevents water running *..
b the ;
cheapest known method of destroying
Florida vociferously proclaimed that NOTICEOf
days previous to plant out their immense
the ditch.
..J occasions of late we learn thatdower
ruts. On I level road
the "man and the hour" had met. a a rut.
hum Mrs Long's yard have crops of the succulent lettuce. however slight means a spot where Less mud? It Is granted! without arKtiinent.
The writer being she These newspapers said that the enthusiasm Less dustV Application for Tax Deed Under
present proves One is not so
helped to decorate drawing rooms at the water will loUe after the next
MU reception m the "Coming Out" City. is no "farmer" as is so often creditedto that he would arouse and rain. Because: this spot rvtalns water sure. But If le.s mud then since dual i Section 8 of Chapter 4SSS Laws

to her by the two Ocala the confidence that he would inspire is manufacture mostly from the rims of Florida
Mr. Pfti Randall took a party to th papers. They !It remains !after than the higher portions
would turn down anything ever before of hoof tracks and the spewed up edge Notice is that F. A.
SprliiK Siiuda on too Winona. are neighbors and favorites, becauseof of the road and for this reason : hereby given

"Vfc Captain CLuk> of the Silver Springs good old country sincerity. Instead witnessed in the political history of is deepened and widened by every of Less ruts must not the dust be less': Norton and P. A. Fort, purchasers of
depth mud
run has been down on several occasions she is inclined to boast of being this state. wheel and every hoof that touches it. and wheel 1 tracks means shallowerfoot tax certificate No. 2354, dated the 7th
One of the newspapers went so far If it held a pint of water after the last thereforeless of filed
ahead day
t-l of late with pleasure parties of the real estate dealers dust material. August, A. D. 1S99 have
as to that if all the other rain it will hold a quart when the next

from Ocala. of Ocala at their own business.' Left say newspapers Last but not least the said certificate in my office and hue
dragged road
one It Is twice
as large as at
flIt White in Ocala last week we attend- too much real estate she is simply did not support Mr. Burr for the the beginning: and of course presents dries off In from twelve to sixty: hour made application for tax deed to issuein

'lM eel the Park Theater. Oa Tuesday selling it to desirable neighbors! and gubernatorial nomination in the primary twice the surface to the teams and before the undragged roads the hours accordance with law. Said certificate

v night "The Girl of the Ranch": was prosperous farmers. All are happy election it would be because wagons.: Soon it will be so large that depending on the character of the soi: embraces the following deswib-

contented and they were "owned by the corpora and the number of years the drag has ed situated Marion !!
l>re fnted. It was: a true Western as our president says property in cot 11.

m play. and as we have been out West, "dee-lighted." We have the famous tions. : been used. The smoothness or the Florida to-wit: On south side of
Ir Why may I ask should a man so quickness' of drying will either one
Peter Stanley. There are only a few pay southwest of southeast
we enjoyed it very luuch. The words the cost of dragging.ICE: quarter quarter
thoroughly consecrated
ifJt the wild and woolly West' will always more whom we need to complete our devotedto I/i. section :24, township 16 south .
the of the and
circle. cause people so -
te written in imagination over range 23, east-20.50 acres. The said
amply and ably qualified to do battle r
the West, but. of course, it is not so MISS JESSIE A. OWENS. land being assessed at the date of the
for them without a murmur withdraw j
"\to lid and woolly" everywhere out I. To the public our friends and issuance of such certificate in the
from the contest at the behest of patrons
there. The "City of Angels"-Loa EVINSTON,. BOARDMAN AND McINTOSH man? 9C we beg to announce that we are names of McKinn and Bragg. Unless!

Angeles-a city of nearly a quarterof I now selling ice at our factory and said certificate shall be redeemed according
If Mr. Burr is merely putty in the
a million inhabitants is more like I from delivery wagons at to law tax deed will issue
hands of Mr. Stockton to do what he
)P the East than tbe East is like itself Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Richardson are 40 thereon on the 27th day of November,
t bids him do has he not deceived the : CENTS
and some more. This is the best way rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter A. D. 1907.Witness .
people? I 100
per pounds, promising
tkIle we can describe it We also enjoyed in their home. you prompt my official signature and
We have high authority for the service, best quality and full
Th, Girl 1 Left Behind )It!" on Friday Mrs. Hal Wood has been on the sick ,I weight. seal this the 23rd day of October. A.
statement that a man cannot serve Thanking for
; night. The fight which was a list for some days and is quite sick. your favors in the D. 1907. s. T. SISTRUNK
two masters nor can he serve all the past and hoping to
great hit between the Indians and Mr. Evins and Miss Bessie McRea serve you in the Clerk Circuit Court :Marion Co., Fla I
,tl people and :yet be as clay in the hands DihTi.oAUFEWSU \UTE5.1FrEllLititjL\U. future.
the soldiers including the women of were over from Island Grove Satur- 10-25w By H. B. Foy. Jr., D. C
I", of one man and that one man him traveivill j pass to the other.ue 01 OCALA ICE AND PACKING CO.
the day and Sunday visiting Miss Bessie's
garrison -
put us at a little "out:>
lu, self an aspirant for office. the highway. It is now u uiudhole of MEFFERT &
with the red skins, but of course in parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mc- TAYLOR
th; Mr. Burr is not strengthening him- consequence and quite able during a' Phone 34. NOTICE
the show they were only of the Of Application for Tax Deed Under
part Rae.Dr. self with the people nor increasing ten days' rain in spring; or fall to stall
far Park Company.Ve must rememberthat and Mrs. Bergin are getting his the largest teams. Section 8 of Chapter 48S--Viws!

"( uu> an Indian-an Indian woman their old home ready to move into. popularity. I How different would be the Banner ads pay.PROFESSIONAL. of Florida '
j' The democratic party at this time story Notice is hereby given that J. W. r.
Ilk named al'ajawat'a-who led usI.wta The doctor's father will live with, had that first little rut been filled by -- __.., Morrison "
I purchaser of tax certificate
i ought to be weary of being tossed and
*>. ( an.I; flatk, Itlhotr) to the Pacific them. Mrs. Bergiu intends to go I the drag! A mudhole that contains buta CARDS No. 1946. dared the 7th day of August

I* ocean an hundred years ago and largely iota the poultry business. j i torn by factionalists. and in state and pint of hater is insignificant: it I A. D. 1899 and No. 515. la'ed

toy founded there an empire now growing Mr. and Mrs. Whitehurst, with their j{ nation needs cool and conservative harms no one. True it may jar au invalid W. H. POWERS, M. D. June 5, 1905 has filed said certificatein

family from heads to lead it. or give pain to a delicate woman my office and has made application -
fur Georgia have moved into
great westward the course of empire
capall the old I' And is it not getting to be a little but the load It will ruin next March it PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOX. for tax deed to issue in accord
take; its wa'e must remember Dupuy home at McIntosh.
t jostles ance with law. embrace
so Said certificates
suspicious that a man who is marriedto gently now that it is unno-
I' Pot'ahuutas. too. He and his two sons are assisting Mr. ticed. With the the following described proper
drag the
the people in his love for them always jostling and Office
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Long Norsworthy in the packing house. the pain giving jar are eliminated. Tonga Block. I ty situated in Marion county Florida

fa) on Novi'inber 7. a boy. Dr. W. M. Richardson went down i wants an office. strange as it may seem, more money And Lspeut OCALA, FLORIDA 'to-wit: East half of southeast lart.'rof'

** The mumps, we regret to say, are to Ocala to attend the "coming out" The people are putting on their I for road work under the plan 1- southwest quarter of section 4.

thinking caps. JOHN S lITH. that allows: the mudhole T. E. BIGGS. township 16 21 and north half:
still In our midst, and on account of convention and was very much delighted to develop and range ,

them the Eaton Creek school has been with what he saw and heard. ripen than when the drag is used to of northeast: quarter of southwest

discontinued, and the teacher MissBelle John Bouvier is visiting his grandparents Closing Out Sale nip it in the bud. ATTORNEY AT LAW. quarter of section 6, township 15,

M Haycraft, has returned to her Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Richardson. Our entire stock is offered for immediate --r On,>nravim a bill!! road* in the tiny rut is the dan- rangs 21. 1

borne at Berlin. Miss Haycraft will sale at very low prices, in order I vine nor mudhole em eau bryo.exist Neither m ra-I Law Library Building. The said lands being assessed!" at\, J

tlV to close out business a OCALA, the date of the issuance of such certificates P '-
our at f1JL.dl"a
teach the remainder of this term at a Truckers are very busy now setting once. j ;ji.e.J: : l earth n.ad The clay { FLORIDA

II school in the Berlin section. out lettuce and cabbage.Dr. We have a fine line of Holiday Goods. j in the name of Tony Fernandez -
!''E. and Henry Reynolds. Unless
A The Ocala friends of Captain Bull and Mrs. George Means' home; and it will pay you to make your pur- DAVIS. said certificates shall be redeemed according -

31 may rest assured that he is all right. has been enlivened by the arrival of chases now. Terms of sale cash. to law tax deed will issue

lie is being treated like a king. Oranges a son. I 11-20tf OCALA MUSIC CO. ATTORNEY AT LAW thereon on the 2Sth day of October
I- A. D. 1907.Witness.
lir and wild turkey are on the m e- -
ICE my official signature and
nu. The hotel which he is building PROHIBITIONISTS WIN Gary Block. seal this the 23rd day of September
ti.it .
for Mr. Randall is OCALA I'A. D.
.t.W progressing nicely. Uutil further notice the price of FLORIDA 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK.

.W1 Christmas is close upon us now, Geneva and Chambers Counties, Alabama ice will be forty cents per hundred R. D. FULLER. Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.,. Fla.I1.1. .
\ 1 t .
vV only a month away. What shall wget Voted Dry Yesterday pounds. Your patronage will be ap- 1 DENTIST.Over J

four our friends' is the question Montgomery, Ala., Nov. IS.-Local : preciated.

sita going the rounds of Grahamville option elections were u ,M today in I I FLORIDA PACKING & ICE CO. OCALA,Munroe. -& Chambllss'. Bank NOTICE
State will
W and Connor country. While in town Geneva and Chambers counties Alas HERMAN BENJAMIN, Vice-Pres. I! FLORIDA and county taxes for 1907 1/

at1 the other day we saw lots and Specials to the Advertiser indicate 0. G. WESTON, Manager. I J. E. CHACE, D. D. S. be due on the 1st day of Novembernext

tau ot things iu tto "{Iresents" line. Now, I majorities of 20 to 1 for prohibition in : A- and tax books will be opened .on
friends in buying presents Chambers that date for the of same.E. .
get one and 10 to 1 for prohibition The success of the state "coming DENTIST.Holder payment

for that tired little girl behind the in Ge ea. The law will become effective out" convention calls for BAL M1SSOUKI GOAD BKFOKE DKAGOHii. L. CARNEY '.

counter. She is your city cousiu. Get in these counties January 1. "coming out" convention. a county I i Dill south of my house has teen work- .rte 10-lS-lmw. Tax Collector. \
"1 with
nothing hm a dra;; and a plea OCALA, -

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and Personal I DEATH OF MRS. JAMES B. OWEN TALIAFERRO TALKS POLITICS I carried the state in the face of adverse : Incorporated. Capital $50,000
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i I circumstances, would make an

U ii out have After a lingering illness Irs.; Gives: Out an Interview While in New II admirable candidate for vice presi ,
"1I\"IIIUI1} a county "coming out James B. Owens died at her home in. York dent. The first time Johnson was THE MUN OE a CHAMBLISS B0NK!

I this Senator James P. Taliaferro has elected, President Roosevelt major-
county near Sparr on Wednei I
VIi'mortal 1en1 of the Elks "III !1 day afternoon. i been in New York for a week on his ity was so big that I have forgotten Is making loans in moderate amounts,

.. b.1; Sunday. Ueoemb.r 1. I I return from vacation of three the figure. In the next election John-
I Mrs. Owens was the widow of the to regular customersr.
months with his family at Northern son won by a greatly increased majority

I.'l. have a county "coining out" late Rev. Jas. B. Owens, a noted Baj :1 resorts. The standing of the senatorat strictly on his record in office. :

II utrw u>' nil!1 mean tist divine and a distinguished stagwan ; -i Washington is foremost among the This shows that his popularity; is ; $...
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of the civil period I II solid conservative democrats of the growing all the time, and it occurs to 1
war bavin T. MUNROE PresidentZ.
Mfcf Stokes has
retl1rn.tIhum. me that if anybody can reverse the republican -
been senate and his opinion on legislation,
I I a member of the Florida sect -
.. f'.ui a btuineaa in C. CHAMBLISS, Vice President.
trip the
siou as well as politics, is respected by majorities in the Northwestern -
convention and a member of the i
:: A. E. GERIG, Cashier.
ininh.ru part of the state.Thr .
states, Johnson is that man.
his colleagues on both sides of the
from this .
: congress stat< i iI I
Mrs. chamber. Therefore, a ticket of Chanler and
Shak Owens was married in Mississippi ; - -- -
ftf enjoyed a I I I Senator Taliaferro he has been Johnson sounds excellent to me, always -i
plra.ant and profitable meeting y: i just previous to the civil wand II III says Florida Towns Well Represented at 44.......................
It'rtla) with Alas Edna Do er. was a niece of the late Senate I away from home so long that he does provided that Mr. Bryan desires Stetson .

I Isham G. Harris, of Tennessee. i i not know in detail what is going on to step aside in 1908." I Among the towns represented by BIGGEST LINE

The MKecn of the tate "comln. After her marriage Sirs. Owen; !! in Florida politics. : ,
Fish Shipments Continue I.the student body at Stetson University -
out" coBWttUoe calls for a count I moved with her husband from Miseissippi .i iI I While in New York the senator OF
\i I Yominf out" convention.The to this county and shared his I 1! gave out the following interview: Shipments of fish on ice from this are the following: Jacksonville, :I ,.

I triumphs and vicissitudes, remaining I "Undoubtedly, if the delegates to port for the week ending Tuesday :Miami, Tallahassee, Tampa, SL Augustine f

editor of the Evening Star ha at Richmond the national convention were to be amounted to carloads in
> during the life of the night seven Daytona Palatka, DeLand, i
Nat .*'.. lee than one hundred Confederacy.After elected today in Florida they wouldbe 1
pei bulk and 195 barrels, aggregating Titusville, West Palm Beach Delray, !WATCHES
war at tfc* taftqut-t. we are now told the close of the civil war Mi Instructed for Mr. Bryan. However 207,000 pounds. Three of our coloredmen I
Melbourne, Fort Pierce, Gainesvillegreen :
h# MW only two hundred and fifty at Owens founded the "Stonewall" It it will be several months before went out Friday morning in

for .|>.. q. lie was in a bad shape stitute, a college for young ladies the democrats of my state will be three skiffs equipped with nets and Cove Springs, Tavares, Lees- I!
called to tbeir preference burg, Sanford, Kissimmee, Orlando FOR
that day. erecting a number of the buildings on: upon express by 9 o'clock were back at the dock,
for national leader in the Lakeland, Plant City, Lake City, Wau-
his: home place for this purpose, and our i unloading 1500 of the biggest, finest
)lr. \'. 1) hoodkoer of Amstei r. great contest of 1903. Florida democrats chula, Arcadia, Coronado, Ocala, Si:;-
in the maintenance of the :\lrs.
same : mullet in the world. They got three
tutu Holland largely I engaged in thphuafhate Owens rendered him valuable assis: want to win the next election cents apiece for their fish, making a :o, Lake Helen, Fernandina, Port Ut- LADIES\[ AND! GENTIEMINa [ !
bu,lnen8, was registered at ante and was devoted to the institi and they realize the party can win total earned of $15, which the three inge, Oak Hill, Tillman, Orange City,
aM Ocala lIuuit'ti jesterday. Cal only by presenting to the nation a Archer, Ocoee, New Smyrna, Dunne]
had made in less than half a day's > it1F
Hutch ants took him out drivin tion.She was an ornament to the "oM platform and ticket which thoroughly work. In view of what these men ac- Ion, Lundy, Watertown, Welaka, Cres- I

oa lemon a\t>uu<*. and he was \'ery school" of southern womanhood and represent advanced democratic complished it may be said that any c ?nt City, SL Petersburg, Santa Fe, Ii i

much imlm..l.-d with our surrouncla is remembered for her many Christian thought and principles. With such a able-bodied man in this region who eptune, Montclair, Naples, Nocatee, ::1

... and eapfclally with our beau graces. platform, and such a ticket, we oughtto resorts to stealing, ought to be drowned 3na, Cocoa, Minneola, Lynne, Oakland t
swing back into the democratic Williston, Fort Meade Greet, i .<
fill, wood* Since the death of her husband, in the bay.-Punta Gorda Herald. it
'I t. Ir:;. Owens has been making he r column states like New York, New Bellair, Chipley, Bradentown, Daytona t i

"Kt-n off the grass," a sign now ftaiUar home with her grand children at Jacl Jersey Connecticut and Delaware in Let Us Hope So Beach, McIntosh, Hawthorne, Melrose THE JEWELER. i

IB lU court house ground$. sonville, and was making a visit to the East; Maryland in the South; In- Shipments of oranges from South Wewahitchka, Bartow, Miaka

tells a story of growth that marks an her old home place in this count diana Illinois and Missouri (the last Florida have progressed sufficientlyto \popka, Lake Butler, Grandin, Bar- .+.++++..+.+..++.++....... It

Mp1eh la our local history. When Wt' when she was stricken with paralysis state having gone for Roosevelt in : sho\v that this section of the state Derville, Pierson and DeLeon Springs ---- -- t

...... having gram and flowers in our She was in tar eigtieth year. Her+ 1904). and in the Northwest, Montana will receive about three million dollars From some of thes places there are a J. H. ESTILLA '

public ground it shows that our tast body will be laid to rest in Evergreen Idaho, Washington and Nevada, net from that source. It will be arge number of students.

*.*<. not all run to the gross things of cemetery in this city )yesterda; with an excellent fighting chance in distributed generally over the entire I great many splendid eulogieslave :I
The Strobhar Case
*arth Our children will be tb bent at three o'clock. Revs. C. C. Carroll' Minnesota and the Dakotas. territory and will loosen things up
Urtarhw of this evolution in the hi; of the Baptist church, andV.. H.] Eastern States Doubtful considerably in the rural districts. In The time of the circuit Tuesday was been made over the dead body ;I

tory of oar city. Dodge of the Presbyterian church: "While I am a staunch friend of addition to these net proceeds there ceupied by the case of the state vs. >if Editor J. H. Estill as it lay in staten : '

will conduct the funeral services, and Mr. Bryan I do not knaw whetherhe wil be at least a half million dollars J. N. Strobhar which was called and his beloved Savannah home. Of ,: ;

Tfce Fltsseralil people are quick o'trtupr the following named gentlemen will can carry any of the Eastern will be scattered for crates, picking Monday.At I'I'began the many beautiful things said about .
They are already placing the states I have named. It, therefore. on
Within month things
act as pall bearers: Col. J. M. :Manic: packing etc. a lim in
none were pitched too
and thtuk the convening of the court Tues- high a ; .
the grounds
brick the i
vitrified on behooves us to study carefully
Mr. Waldo W. Martin. Mr. E. P. Thai will be easier all over the orange producing -
of placing them in position wil availability of some democrat of high Times. lay morning the testimony of R. V'I vey; for in all respects Editor Estill
art!, Capt. L. M. Raysor, Mr. W. '1. district.-Tampa
attn begin. Then kind of improve. Gary and Mr. Frank Harris.A character, and recent achievement, )tt, an employe of the Dutton Phosphate was a splendid and full-rounded man. !

menu tl1naot possibly hurt the oil) who can carry the Eastern states I Tit for Tat Company, was concluded, and Ie rose from the "case" to the "edi-

and wMLt\4o.>. not hurt ought to heli, Pretty Party have mentioned and to put on the I The railroad commissioners according besides Mr. Ott, W. M. Dale of the II I orial chair," and in the latter post. : I r.

\\'.. believe that the paving of outreou From three until five o'clock on ticket with him another democrat of to the Tallahassee Sun, has Dutton Phosphate Company, E. D'I ion directed his great newspaper in

with vitrified brick will prom> Wednesday afternoon Mrs. William the same qualifications. who can at I lone the right thing in employing a I Ifirm Punier' at the time of the alleged em- a channel that presented everything t.

; -tt the beet thing the city tr.1I't"r don.. Wolf entertained sixteen of her tract to our ticket and platform the I I of auditing experts of Indian 'po. ezzlement, assistant cashier of Dut- southern in a most attractive shape. ; i

friends with a domino party. All of great and growing states of the North- lis. Ind., to examine the accounts of on & Co's. Bank, J. E. Pultz cashierf ?Colonel Estill died in the rich fullness ;

The 8'ai I" in error when it say the appointments of the party wen west. the transportation lines in Florida. the freight department of the Atlantic of time and in the full achievement of ; ;f 1

that M has Ix-en the custom in Coal in green and white. The parlors hai "Since I have been in New York I But the Sun, during the session of Coast Line, and W. M. Benedict earthly honors-the love of his fcllnw J

hIe u a nut ur two terms, the St't.'Ond been artistically decorated with eve have heard a great deal of talk about I the legislature, abused Mr. Buckmanfor a former employe of Dutton's Bank, citizens and the plaudit of "well ole: l i igood

*" fur ;t v indication. of his first attuiuUtra'toii the of Lieutenant Governor were examined. I and faithful "
f greus and white flowers. : availability sending out of the state for experts servant. ,
i'olotifl Edwin Spencei There were four tables placed: in Stuyvesant Chanler. I am glad to in this line to examine the booksf At the conclusion of the testimonyf

Colon! Otw T lr! *'ii. Colonel It. I L. the parlor, and the game of dominoes learn that he is to deliver a speech in the I. I. board. Query: If the railroad > Mr. Benedict the court adjourned Indignation Aroused I
Judge \V. 8 Bullock and Atlanta until 9 o'clock this morning. Prof. E. V. James, the prim-ij-a! of
4n.U-m was enjoyed for several hours. Mrs the center of the South- commission is right, was Mr. I ;
the dit*>r of Uii paper nerved bu L Horne was the fortunate winner of and I hope he will face at the Georgia Buckman wrong?-Lake City Index.ExGovernor I Notwithstanding that the jurymen he school at West: Palm B*-ari!>, Wall .

one term It.- an honor that the averate '- the drat prize, a beautiful plate. Mrs. capital an audience representing were confined all during the night ecently brutally assaulted by 111..' T.

l uy maD down want show- Abe Brown won the booby, a prett; the: democracy of every Southern Bloxbam became a heir expressions were evident that J. O'Sullivan, and was knot I in.-, u- j

'rtd, 011 him limit- than once. At Ira lace handkerchief.A state. little bit interesting when he tried I Ito hey had rested well, and they were iible, and had not other leacbfiit-

t... \1..11' want it perpetuated. delicious salad course, ice cream "What he says there will have explain the sale of several million very bright and active at the opening racted by the noise of the sniJhe!

mints and coffee were served. All of much to do with the opinion our people acres of land for a price less than of the court when they filed into the unfortunate man might hav b.-i-a

ItW M lk Ure. who hall been atMidiinc the refreshments carried out the. will form of him, and should Mr. bad already been offered-Fenianlina MIX, after a good breakfast, Tuesday murdered. P

*..Mion of the FresbyteriaiStuod Gainesville Sun.A The offense of the in
!" a green and white color scheme. Bryan eventually decide not to take Record. I norning.-- principal was

at Tan.h."IWt. and ext..ndt.'tll Tht ladies enjoying this lovely pai the: nomination next year Chanler We have always understood that I mildly correcting the child of O Sulli-

I t h.. \ 11111 !1'1 Kalnbride. Ga., is bac!kt ty were Mrs. W. J. Byrne Mrs. L. would be according to what I hear the bigger price said to have been Convention Echo ran, the child being a pupil of ueichoo

horn.attain He says that both Tal Home Mrs. J. M. Kirkland Mrs. Jake. of ham in New York, the logical candidate offered never reached a dollar and Editor Holly of the Orlando Report- ).

(.(MM+** and UIi llhrktlt' are making Brown, Mrs. W. J. Wills, Mrs. J. K' of the party. cent basis-the one accepted of course Star went to the "coming out" convention The people of the community were!

(iroKroM abort mercantile and tndm ad- Dixson Mrs. J. W. Crosby Mrs. E. FRentz "You understand, of course, that I was a bona fide one. The sale to Dis- at Ocala, and while there had shocked and indignant, and quickly amass

trial tiara. and that the strongest Bait. Mrs. M. Fishel, Mrs. H. Benjam'.n mean by this that if, after our people ton was a bright epoch in the state's a nice little talk with Governor Brow- meeting was held, and sympa-
vacate. the "wet" side in CharlePeyser. with him Its dates from that ny, respect and confidence were expressed -
; Mrs; C. Rheinauer, Mrs. have been made acquainted listory. progress ird, in which the latter said some
hridf, are loud in ttytaf that inatea Mrs. B. Seligman, Mrs. 0. G. they decide, as so many New Yorkers sale, and the sale was a factor to that lungs of genuine intreest. The Re- for the teacher, and the brutal r
i ihas it
of rtoaiaf aahioas hurting business irreaw Weston, Mrs. C. C. Carroll, Mrs. Abe. have done, that he measures up to nd. Talk about big trades, that was >orter-Star speaks of it as follows: assault condemned, and those in

MUfteUy contributed to the Brown and Mrs. Colburn. the required standard. certainly one that brought more benefits "The editor of the Reporter-Star minority were asked to see that the

of trade. Mr. Dodge enjoy>> Johnson Suggested"A than any other that was ever lad a social chat with Governor Brow- assailant suffered condign punish-.

.al> visit wry mue1PNtal Dyspepsia and General Debility suggestion one bears on every mall ird at Ocala and elicited the fact that cent

Are cured by P. P. P., Uppman1: side> in New York is that Governor I he governor is uncertain as to his i

FwlMMwra ut N Prlated Uce' Stampe.Kavekuws Great Remedy, the superior of all sara Johnson Minnesota: who has twice' Banner ads pay.FISHEL'S ;I II II andidacy: for the senate and also CLOSING OF SALOONS r
saparillas. ....- oLA- I I about the extra session. He said that
I -- -- Bristol's Morals and Does
P. P. P. is the greatest tonic for the I Improves ,
not raise
the state could
in the event
A went. ruling of the departmenr : stomach that was ever known. Indigestion : Not Hurt Business and Realty
postmasters have puithaaefc he money for regular expenses ando Bristol Tenn., Nov. 19.-Special-
that BiliousiieN
Dreams and sI
utf' Rid
I meet the appropriations the only
envelope I
of printed stamped rapidly to the powerful ton, BARGAIN SALE Bristol shows evidences of pronounced -
between the. give way i expedient left would be an extra session -
deposit the dlference ie and blood cleansing properties of moral reform since the saloons
these bills. This
lM.attoduhaad altanap vaue+ of eI1vel- to pass upon vent out. During the past week, on.der -
baecrptr4. P. P. P. eaves the matter in doubt and the
...".. with for order before envelope it can I A prominent railroad superintend I WE WON'T BE UNDERSOLD : people upon the anxious seat."-Live prohibition, only two persons

That I*. if your wU lent living at Savannah, Ga., tin which I II Oak Democrat were arrested for drunkenness, where
taousaad. you feels better I 1 as under saloons the weekly average,
coat |IIJ4 Pr 'ity he was born) says he -
lave. to dopoik II.24 with Uw order,I than he ever djd, .and te had th<':These Prices Hold Good Until Stewart for Governor based on the number fined for drunk- f
aM taw stamp value $%0, \\'beIJ of dyspepsia record. H.. mess during the six months next F
pay worst case From present indications another
.."".,.d. little he ate I I'I receding the adoption of prohibition, I
and the
,.,._ are had no appetite, I candidate for governor may enter the
IU* *clfully.oa0 disagreed with him, causing him tc<:1 I FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 ield within a short time, to do battle was about 100. This is said to be one I

C CRQM. tMatmaater. vomit; often; .he had pains in the head,' I vita General Gilchrist, Jefferson B. of r the most striking changes that any

Tttalll'"$ breast and stomach; but after using'I 40c. Men's Heavy Underwear. Bargain price piece. . . 29c Browne, R. Hudson Burr and others: city has ever undergone. The jails
e d tf 4'arttel three bottles of P. P. P., he felt lik+ who may herald their desire for war. ire empty, and people who formerly

We *.... to Wtend mends our for thE I a new man. He says that he feel:i'' 35(. Ladies' Heavy t'nderwear. Bargain price, piece. . . 23c I! are in this particular field of political pent most of their earnings for 1

'haalu to oar maay sysapatl Y show! L that he could live forever if he coup 1, Men's Socks, worth 10 to 15c. Bargain price, pair. . . 9c : indeavor and desire. The prospective whiskey and frequently found themselves f
/it krvlag ktndrws and P. P. P. in jail, are sober and using
t.j ... in oar law ttorl+0mm. adIioOI gapeeiall ehiltr :)r always His name get will be given on applica. $1.65 Men's Heavy Work Shoes. Bargain price, pair. . . $ J.39 i stewart candidate of in DeLand question is for Judge seventeen Isaac heir money toward supporting their

autlld .. r._..b r ta* ta thi I Ion to us. $1.75 Ladies' Dress Shoes. Bargain price, $$1.39 fears judge of the criminal court of amiliea. .
.. a4 ta. Xtaf Oahtn all druggists. 2 A great many of the buildings vacated :
Sold by S5c.. 73c., 63c. Dress Goods. Bargain price, yard . . . 44c50c. 'olusia county, and one of the best
{'in'd of tk *krMK. I While a in consequence of the going out f
TYMXOSTa mown men in the state.
sad *. C. li Phosphate and Fertilizer Notes ., 40c., 35c. Dress Goods. Bargain price, yard... . . 24c I Tampa News man was visiting De- of the saloons have been leased. The
The Ryland Phosphate Company 01;; largest building in the rity; which
s of the stifle "COIU1 10c., 12 l-2c., 15c. Outing. Bargain price, 9 C Land yesterday, Judge Stewart informed .
saw= incorporated
Frankl1n3. has was occupied by L. Sherre with a sa-
count;r that he was
for a him of the fact
cwt"t'uavoattWs calls a capital stock of $75,000. Its officer: 50c. set Cups and Saucers. Bargain 38c : the oon, was leased yesterday at a figure
kinking strongly of making race,
tvtttth( c.'Ga.ttoa.aw..g are Messrs. P. D. Camp, president;; 38c I3ve. I. assured as high as was formerly obtainable,
50c. set Plates. Bargain I and that he had already been
i p. R. Camp, vice president; J.\1. while the majority of the others have
Out Sate for ttardtatr >. Camp secretarytreasurer.Shipments ., 33c., 40c. Lamps, complete. Bargain price . . 2/C i of' good support throughout the state. been rented. Evidences are that the
oIf'ri'd of Vo-
stuck to A number of prominent citizens
]hut eatire ..
solo at very to"" prie' In orhof of Peace River phosphate $1.00, $1.25 Bowl and Pitcher. Bargain 83c :,I usia county also stated that they change will not affect rental or realty
at ooeeM rock maJe by the Peace Rivet values cr disturb the prosperity of the
to lone, oat oar baaia** .. 4 Oc., 50c. Foot Tubs. Bargain 28c i i would back the judge to the limit that
Co. through the
the fact
HolidaY C"tOOli. Phosphate Mining I city: notwithstanding
\"ille Metropolis.FOR
r he t r ac line Gorda Fla. during October 79c I Jackson business of
stale )our put port of Punta $1.00 Comforts. Bargain he saloons were doing a
to -- -
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and n pair 01Ie., Push.ll amounted to 16SO tons, making' SALE 440 acres of land. Apply considerably: over 1.000.060 a year

cbarer btu+ RoW Tents 00.1.IUSIC CO. a total for 1907 of 33,399 tons. 'I Come and See My Goods Before You Buy or write P. A. Liddell, Santos, in addition to the strictly mall order

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Banner ads pay. M. FISHEL ,
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10-, ; g'.(.rdless of cost ill order to meet our obligations. I) emtnllert.blsa.rln t :;(I l .->::ie, .-, llf :'.': Itli'.I'ldr l illUMH\ : .> ill 1 ," r'hAS.1 r i ,
'I tf fJ1 not .'l sale: l to. make\ money, its a sale to pet money: the: quickest posiMev.iy 1 : !: >\.o tn! .it .'>! d.-ht err cm \! n' 1:1oot11; !I T t i :% Ilk! 1 I' M.t I

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h ITS Are they not worth coming for, from ; ihno-;; :all distance, ? Il is now vour+ ) time t- 1!l.i.v .r1'' \: .. .. 'iitv-f-! *! :!lIil"! ;$ -t. > 'itl e + t ,1 tt.
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Cake $409000.00i/orthNew6oodsat63CeiitsootheDoIldr% / ft. GUAK

3-yd. Lai'** Curtains _
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> Unbleached Sht-eting, full width for .", .. .. ... ,. .
('I : ">: tin Table! Cloth.5"xCin. l hkachrt : '1. I. S' 1n
-- -- DRyGOODS double d.s.onh 35c., sale price Outing Underwear K: ,
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only . . . 29c Table Cloth bitached5i'x72in. b,l I t. t. IM ...

.Ii l"xT-lnch 1 :;; Towels Broadcloth, in assorted colors, 56in. We have thousands and thousands Our line of Gating Flannel Underwear :? Table Cloth. bfeaeh4. . i'c.r> *ntf<< .

n. ;tc wide. Worth $1-50, sale grid only 98c of yards o! all '-'- '- n' Dres Goods consists of the following, and all SOx:;: .Bleached Table Cloth "'-, s in (''Aiubr IlJ1IJ.

FI Broadcloth in assorted colors, 47-ln. which: will go In this sale at unmer are: worth double: 8-4 Turkey Red Table Cloth. 49a r 4.1. la.i>l,rtky P' .. .

wide. Worth $1.25, sale price only 84C ciful prices. Be on hand and secure Ladh: !' Skirts trimmed In Embroidery 11H Turkey Red Table Cloth. aN a.
sr Guaranteed Taffeta Silk in Black the first selection.Muslin! or Lace, 24c. toLadies' . 98c 12-4 f. 4 &--.... ,
Turkey ftelf i Tabl Cloth .
N 40-loch Ptr YardI11! very heavy, yard wide. Worth $1.50, Gowns, trimmed in Embroidery : '; ,11 1..Wtc V.

ttr sale price only! . . . 98c or Lace. 39c. to.Skirts . . 98cLadiesf 'IN. \\
Underwear Sheets
W J -! Guaranteed Taffeta Silk in assorted and Pillow CastslJ .jad uI : MN y

.ail colors, yard wide. Worth $1.,-a,.. Considering! the time of the year Ro Ribbed Underwear 1Sx15-tn. Pillow CMC* . I pet laN { iu
sale price only . . . 84c C
lar Tattoo Alarm Clocks hare an unusual: I large stock on hand. Ladled 18x44In.: I U. g. Itilow C... . . .u. -- f t'of
Taffeta Silk in assorted colon Unbleached Veete or Pasta Udk Walswl ,
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atl. $1.21Children's Worth wc., sale price only. . 39c to your Interest to buy now.Drawers. Worti 35c., sale price only . 21c 7I9 n. .!1 tt8 . . . If*> I"f" .

t. all colors. Ladies* Bleached l Vests or Pant*. d1:5)ta Sl.-u.! . . .. 7
Fancy Plaid Worsteds C YON UM.* 1M M .
.Worth 60c., gala price only 1 . t I
Worth 35c., sale price' only 24c 43c'f! & ... .. .
w, Ladles'! Unbleached Union Suits.1 -
( Sailor Fancy Mercerized Dotted Madras, as Bed Spreads f'MIIe N M liD K1M ... ..
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price only 24c
..D Hats sorted colors. Worth 40c., sale !5c. Cambric Hemstitched: .. ... 24c n'f !II .&Jr....... Ih' 4 ..
Ladies Lined Y eels or Pant.
liJI If IIc) price only. . .. . . . 2Jc t>1)c. Cambric, Trtmwl Embroidery. 39c Worth .0 C., a t epee only t . 39c 11.26 IV-d >!;1n.'ftt'' . 12... f'1u&M... 1t11. w ... 1 ,

Fancy White Madras, suitable for 75c. Cambric Trimmed E mbro!deny. 4ge 11-50) IMt 1 9pn K,1. w. .UI r'h ."
Children's Vests .
or Pants only lOc. to 24c "Ie
Waists and Suits. Worth double)1) i.....t Meek hoItD ti

Men's Wash Ties:>> sale prices from 8 to. . . 19c ; / Be-1 iJpr"'!i.1 . I 24 ....u. fa t'" .. .. IM 44UUfi .' ..
t- White Lin o sees, very fine, 40 Inches Corset Covers Household f $:."0 Heary r n.f1Iri a..l PNll4 I 4& x'. w. tt dell Imo"" M.. .

;,I"C wide. Worth 40c., sale prico only J4c $,).11>,0) Heavy Frtn5\'4 B-1 Sptrdi I .. Nu.t4 but It lot $1 e jf'f

Brown Dress Linen, assorted quali 55c. Cambric trimmed In Lace . 2450c. ,uti .11I ... ... rtea.a t .

ties. Worth double sale prices Necessities .1 i.w tilts tM ItM al., irMt .
WI Cambric trimmed la Lace. . 34c Napkins and Doiliesm. .
1'f Men's 35c. White Ties's from 16c. to . . . . 21c... wy 3..Irr 3 '.
vac. Cambric trimmed la Lara . 49c 4Jr1
all colors. hundnM I
111 It) Amoskeag Flannellettes doz"Ntpllns ud Doll air

no C Worth 1_c., sale price only . 8c ies will go In thU( Mle at 8H4TTKE- P*...... WakMa i... ltrJ

Ij Worth lOc., sale price only. . 6 t t'2c ,.
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: { Silk Ties Dross Ginghams, assorted colors. 50c. Ilemstitched Skirts75c. . . 39c Small Size Duck Towels . . 4e Lace Curtains e t
Worth 12c., sale price only. . 8 J .2cAmoskeas .
tit 1 t.)'t. Apron Ginghams, assorted ., trimmed in Lace or Embroidery 49e Medium Size Cotton Huck: TowelaLarge . 8e Q

M |1, trimmed in Lace or EmbroIdery. Size Cotton Hack Towels $!.h.+ <'t Lace Curtalu: \"
I 111. checks. Worth lOc., sale price only 8 l-2c 69c 9c i p.OIIlalr, '5c :"
$1.50 Good size Bath Towels. . . 11 ". I Uoe .. h..ii '. i 1'11' ho't'
U'oI Columbia Percales, light and dark trimmed in Lace or Embroidery 98c lUC Curtain*, p r pair/ 79 .. ,p .. .

tal "It.u'> F.Incy Sox colors, fast! colors. Worth 10c., sale $2.00. trimmed in Lace or Embroidery 1 24 Large size Heavy Bath Towels. 1 9CS''-o"; '+ Lace Curtains, p"r par, 9. It. ..11.. 10", C.) t

. . . . $ 'II lace .,: PI\ "'
tic price only Jc $3.00 trimmed In Lace or Embroidery 1 98 Fancy Linen Towels. . . Cunaine. l'ltra fiut'. pr '. K. tfa t l
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White Dress Linen, suitable for Suits. 4 l pair .
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,56 inches wide. Worth 5 tk., sale $3.0'J Lace (
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11I .sox Worth Sc., sale price only. . 5c 65c., trimmed in Lace or Embroidery 43c m our hon ehold neceiwuw 14 I.' j I
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Unbleached Seetins, yard wide, : Bleached Table Damask .. . beet to I
:)c very 75c., trimmed in Lace: or Embroidery 49c:5C. 24e gin you an idea In print \ : ,.. ", i Ira. ;
tit beery Worth lOco, sale price only 6 J-2c c. Bleached:: Table Damask. ,. 34C ertl: :'lllg in i the line ir i 1.01' I
$1.00 :
Mt trimmed in Lace or Embroidery 69c 'aN LOW' I
Bleached Sheeting, nice quality yard vac leached Linen Table PRICE Sale Ticket.
20-inch Cambric Em $1.50, trimmed in Damask 49c ., "
Lace or Embroidery 98c a.v
wide. Worth l.. c., sale price only 8c $1 '"0 Bleached Linen Drawn I ; Krtt

to. brohlt'rI'r yardilcu's White Waistings, Linen finish, yard $-..OU, trimmed in Lace or Embriodery 1 24 Damask . . Work Lace and I.tdi re fll.ltnu < !_
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,s is not a :sale put on by any sale: company who expects a big fat profit, in fact there will be no 'profit' for any one. This istfcr i Men's Fleeced Shirts

.:: >> van to' attend as its your opportunity to buy new seasonable goods at a saving of 35 per cent to 60 per cent on every pur- 1 :Me

\ > XI\! answer for yourself? Yes. Look at the g-ralllioffers and let them say. They fairly shout the answer from evenline.. & clli" ::.z

a sfitt of the weather. Read. Every: uord will interest 'Ol1.

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OUR ARANTEE--- assure each and every purchaser absolute satisfaction, we guarantee event garment, evenprice and even- $:!.H)S

1'I.l statement here made, and we will take back, exchange or refund the money, on any purchase unsatisfactory for any:
Men's Buckskin Gaunt

reason whatever. Every article and garment marked in plain figures.: One price to all. .. let Gloves

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I til! Our stock I, dressed Worth $1.50. sale price :Men's and Youths' Odd Coats at. 98ci;; Men's Caps in all colors and hbspcs.. price only . . . . $1 48

tO l fcflO HsUDjfIM t j only . . . . .. . 84c i sale: prices only lOc to. . . 24c Men's Solid Leather Oil Grain BroBans. Heavy Robes Plush Lap

Mvn's Buckskin Gauntlets, assorted : Men's Hats at leas: than manufacture Worth $1.75 sales price only $1 1 39
bhades. Worth $1.50, sale price Coats : ers' cost, sale price* only 43c. to. $19 Men's Drew ShOOt, In Vic and Patent $1'tiS

ntl. . 8c only . . . . . 98c I Men's Genuine J. B. Stetson Hita at $3 48 Leathers. Worth nearly double '
I d] 'k. per Ben' Buckskin Gauntlets and Gloves, Ladies' Long "Cravenette" Coats extra ; :All kinds of Men's Good will bd :
: sale prices only 11.98 toLadies' . . $3 98 0-itch Brown Sheeting
8:1 aborted kinds. Worth dougle, sale long, assorted colors. Worth I eold at prices that -will move same

L Pf'I'arli 24e prices only 39c. to. . .. . 74c $1.1.0\' sale price only . .? $/ 48 out of the house, as we must sell our shapes.Solid Leather Worth Show$1.75, sale in different price

I .. pit yard be Men's Plubh Gauntlets, black only. Ladies' Extra Fine Melton Full Length I, goods in order to make good with our only I . . . . . . $1 24 5cAmoskeag
Worth COc.. sale price only. . 43c worth $12.50, saleprice I ; creditors.
:.nt1I1'M'IJ. At 4cAt Men's Jerne.v Gloves. Worth Z.-.c., sale only I . . . . $7 98 Ladles'' Dress Shoes, all styles and

.J E"'IJ "ry price only . . . . 24c Ladies' Black and Tan Full Length I leathers hale! price only $1.4S to. $2 48 Outing
4 to 98 Coats. Worth double sale prices Blankets and Boys' and Girl School Shoe., the FlannelBrown

i B St $2.93 to . . . . . $4 48 kind that will wear, sate pric only
ists and Skirts Men's /CI at 1 l1ng" Y A large line of Ladies' Jackets, Coati I i I to. . . .. . .. $1 48 e

and Capes at 59c. to. . .. . $/98 i, Comfortables

II wtw, bOInI Thle Is the line wv have reduced to I Trunks
II e Owt ,vr I Irna than actual cost of material as Gent's Furnishing i I TNs is the time to prepare for the Outing Flannel
stock. t cold while the price are at low
I tits ot 8Urta our biggest money lie* in this } ware OCBlankets

'knt1 Jtn.do For lack,, of space we only mention a ( tide. 3Ma.: Zlnk Trunks for. . .. .. .. J 24
n. Irta.. au few numbers: Goods Full Size Cotton Blankets, all colors. S8-ln. Zlnk Trunks tor. .. ... .. .. 1 48 .

l 112 to. $5 98 Yt>n's Heavy Blue Serge Suits made I. Worth double sale price only 5J c.Psttlr 9 1-!a Zlnk Trunks for .. .
styles. Worth to. ... . . . . $1 1 48 1 78 Per Pair'Full
u 41 in tbd very latest 98 Men's $1.25 Top Shirts, white or fancy 32-ln. Zlnk Trunks for .. .. . .
at .. .$t 4 48 $15.00, sale price only. ? . $9 colored only .. co. ... 84cMen's Size Wool Blankets, white only. J 98 i)11t.d1" )CI
single or Worth double, gale prices only $2.23 2Wn.! Canvass Cowed Trent .. 2 23
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: t :1. Men's Black Shirts, neat figure
I tp II now and double breasted. Worth 1500. sale 98 on light$1.00 grounds Top only . . 59c I and. . . . . . .. $3 48 28-in. Canvass Covered Trunk. . 2 68

.;/;:# UtOrtmeont price only. . . . $9 .{en' 5c. Top Shirts, hundreds of All kinds of Full Size Comforts, sale 30-ln, Canvass Covered Trunk .. co .. 2 98 I
. .. . $248Ladies Ladies'
I of tfc* materiali Men's assorted shades:: Wool Suits, patterns only. . : . .. .. 43cj I prices only Sic. to. 32-in. Canvass! Covered ,tTrunk a . 3 38 Outing Skirts

!is!'. ale linN! sale prices only . . .: s"li' $5 98 Men's Heavy Denim Work Shirts, assorted I! i 34-in. Canvass Covered Trunk. . 3 78 SicMen's

.. . 43c We have a large line of Men's colors, only . . .. 43cj! Hats
toMen's . .. .X13 98 36-in. Canvass Covered Trunk.. . 3 98
''''.c! Otl1 . 24c made up to now, at $4.9S glens 50c. Blue Denim Work Shirt j i ---

*8 pall $::.U to $3 48 t only . . . . .. .. 39c!! This is 1\ new line with us, hence what Other Trunks! at reduced prices.. All Wool

Boys Men's Cue. Pepperel Jean Drawers ;,, you will find in our stock will bs SweatersMen's
Overcoats Elastic Seam, only. . . . 39c i
the latest styles. Sale prices are *
Ladies1button $1. 1 5 I
oves' MHI'S Blue Denim or Pincheck Over- ;:, $1ss to . . . . . $4 98 Rugs ; .
\\v haw a very large line of Men's alls $1.00 value only. . . 69c -- :

1' and Bovs' Overcoats and Raincoats Men's Blue Denim or Pincheck Overalls 30x60 Smyrna Rug. . . . 98e i: !
;ty Cloth. Worth value only. .. .. .. 43c Ladles t : Red Wool ,
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-,11 34, .o sale \ In Melton and Covert . 98 I : liensShoes" "' 30x60 X Minister Rug. . .. 1 98 Shirts; .
$1.93 to.Boys' $9 Fleece Lined Shirts or Draw
. $2 e59 $;.l.UU> to $15.00 Suits, go sale in prices this sale at unBoys' I Men's ers aOc. value, only .. co. 39c 36x72 X M. . . .. 3 24 oj..f\e :'

)f" 3:: lion, I Men's Camel Hair Shirts or Drawers This is the line that has built our 7 1-2 ft by 9 ft Art Square. . .. 2 48 :

., ,1... 1It\t.ttrlt't'\ merciful prices.Blue Thibet Suits, sale price I 35(. value only . . . .. 24c business: and made us so popular. Ev 9 zl.). ft Art Square. . ... .. 3 98Suit ;
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",2 13 . . $1 Drawcry pair of shoes:: thatle \eSoursto e
elbow . . . 391 Men's 5uc. Balbriggan Shirts or .Ladies' Union Sui'. j
(..cues Suits. Worth $5; ers, 39c is with the understanding that if it i 1

-' doable, sale Boys'only..Blue..Serge . . ".'' $3 48 Men's 35c. Balbriggan Shirts or Drawdoes not prove satisfactory after being Cases 2-1 e !!

.. . . 98c sale kinds price of Boy only"..' Suits thriTO in t"s ers, only . . . . . 2Jc worn, same may be returned and ::. i

"IC Jj ieh Tnreadmore All 9Sc. to. . . $3 98 1t>n's All Wool Sweaters worth $3.00, we will make it good : Leatherette Case for . . 98c I i J,
;('5."ortb sale at in all stylesshades sale price only . . . $1 48 Men's Solid Leather Sole Shoes, cap 222'ln. <
Boys' Pants . J. B. Stetson Hats ;
:IC.to.... . 69c Men's and in this sale, at Men's Half Wool Sweaters honey- and plain toe. Worth $1.50, sale Leatherette Case for. 1 1326in. .

hey a1arly Knitted and weaves, go comb patterns, only . . . 84c price onlyMen's . . . . $1 1 19 Leatherette Case for. . 1 24 $.,)..1 ", i
doe ble, sale record-breaking price CorduMen's Solid Leather Calf Skin Shoes, A large line of Leather Cases at reduced .
98c Coats Duck or
19c. toMen's . . Hunting i
24c Boys' Pants from . 48 Worth $2.00 sale prices.
sale prices only $1 9' an4 $4 different! : shapes.
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-AGE FOURTEEN I gentlemen who announced by I I AS TO MR. BRYAN !I I FROM FERTILE FLORIDA r

THE OCALA { Ocala will find it impossible I '

: that way.-Tampa Even'I This paper, so far as it knows, has :, What is Going on in the Land of the ll Where the
t **M *_ "M*.*.>I M B r ll dy
: FRANK HARRIS j the undisputed and uncontested honor 't Orange and Grapefruit

of having first discovered in Mr. Bryan -j John Bain of Iona has averaged ${ I
P. V. Leavengood, I
J of letting him retire from fit presidential timber, and several: for his grapefruit. I II Door Opens

the legislature of Kentucky months before the assembling of the growers are getting -
At Largo orange
r*> i|, to elect Uncle Henry Wan Chicago National Democratic convention the trees. I Ii occ;crcl oG
the fruit on
'..' the United States senate.
1 y in ISl-G urged his nomination for Constantly
*& the presidency. i J. D. Parker of Sanford has purchased -! I

.. <& {I countyite who has a No man since the days of Henry :seven acres of celery laud I ,

yellow yam potatoes and :; Clay and Andrew Jackson ever made j Fort Thompson Park gardeners are i You can quickly Heal t and keep

'::1' N" ':1 good coon dog turns up his i I such a memorable campaign, and in-j shipping tomatoes cukes and !bean.-. I !, the draught hall or cold room- ,
,! \ ,: i Wail street panic.-Apalacb- j ," will be a fehoit1 II cozy ,
,; a deed the campaigns of th-js historic I The oran crop mailer what 1 the weather conditions
liar. t!! j O I I'I'I gentlemen were eclipsed because the!I one around Tampa, but too fruit will ]i iI no are-and il you only knew how much

;' 4. !1 mode of travel permitted Mr. Bryan I be of especial _fine quality and color j i o> real comfort you can have from a
,..; -. Porter, state iy-aith 0 ill '. of Montverde expects j
57 ...,.. .....- -I i!Uo cover more territory. R. Harper I
out the statement that Flort! Mr. Bryan measured up to the full to ship 2000 crates of beans from his j i flltM1Pa
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FRIDAY I) healthy at the prtsi i i requirements of a presidential candi- hammock land in the next twenty'! PERFECTION

and in point of healthful date, and his speeches from day to days. !:

-- !! record has been unexcelled and sometimes several in day Grapefruit; and oranges are being !
day, a
\Vtly h,1f! LI t .1 .qlll: l I I
i fast from Oak Hill an.l:!
showed his great powers as an orator :shipped quite
(ljpveunun'The Healer
I I I I,.| and a versatility and intellectuality the prices are very good. !
;: professor Out in Iowa wants i ii ; _
people's i iJ4 that came as a surprise to the cojuntry. Charles F. Schenk of Philadelphiawill
i to be king. Well, if he is
Fort with Smokeless
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be- engage in trucking Equipped
chocka-block. Xo such campaign was ever
i now, what is he? King Ed+I
I I Ii fore made in any land, or perhapswill Thompson.C. .
fantlt by means, the another hour. Turn the wick as highor
Oklahoma any nor even wouldn't be without one
The : ever be made again. Mr. Bryan's Cam of Ocala, a large orange you
; Jfc tr Cotton for 16 i Kaiser, is near so officious speeches were animated by an enthu- buyer is at Minis, shipping orangt'S'il as low as you please-thuc's no danger-no smoke no smell

U., will apt it. siasm and a sincerity that won for v l'e he has already purchased about i -just direct intense heat-that's because of the smokeless device
(finished in nickel and japan-orna-
t Beautifully
him rich encomiums from those
a i of Dr. John Gorrie in the even
II the people are to mental The brass I font holds 4 quarts giving
G. King Jr., of Cleveland is athis anywhere.
who were bitterly hostile to him, and
t aa ottce who in for Fame would reflect honor up at Ocala where he heat lor 9 hours. It is light in weight-easily
from that day to this he has held his orange grove
and Floridian of the
1t@i9ae must get busy. no will superintend the shipments from carried from room to room. Every heater warranted .
more deserving of the honor. own in the public estimation with an

Will the True act in this matter.- unfaltering devotion that is marvelous there this winter. Tht meets the need ol'the

itwH explicit about that Times. and in all these years he has per- Oranges in Orange county are doing O Lamp studmt-I bright

formed no act that is discreditable to well and the fruit looks good and
late capital?-Lake steady light-ideal to read or
Lucy Wheeler, administratrix him. But like the gifted Websterand is coloring rapidly. Local estimatesof nickel latest im
study by. Made of bras. plated,
MlUloa* to move the Wheeler's estate, is sueing Clay and Elaine he has been successively the crop point to an average of 2oUii.OOO ,- proved central draft burner. Every lamp warranted.

the West but not a Arms:: and Ammunition denied the coveted presidential boxes. If your dealer does not carry Perfection OJ Healer

Ua farmel'll of the )', of Cleveland, Ohio, for honor. These great intellectual Pensacola is to hay a poultry show and Kayo Lamp write our nearest agency.

iuJei. due her father's estate. .He geniuses seem to be fated with' in the next few weeks. Secretary STANDARD OIL COMPANY

ideut of the company. arousing too many jealousies and having Jones of the Pensacola Chamber of (he.rpenbU ;

Tire Alabama counties formed against them too many Commerce is managing the affair,

IuK on prohibition are band wagon is over combinations.This which will be the first poultry show

band wagon while there in Alabama. The vote in is the case with Mr. Bryan.He held in that city. -

UaU Journal. senate stood 32 for and has been handicapped with two Several carloads of oranges are being
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If B!oward calls that ex defeats, and in the recent election shipped daily from Tampa by \Y.R : .J.i

Under a law passed in Florida, the legislators Kentucky, in which state he made two Fuller & Co. The company has

nature all taxes falling over each other for campaign tours, has joined the ranksof opened packing houses in Terra Ceia, 1e Accounts!
are subject to a on the band wagon. the opposition. Whether responsible Parish, Bay view, Bowling Green, No- i Adding

C4-OU-Lake City Index. or not, the responsibility is largely notney and Orlando.J. ,

Solomon, candidate for rail ){. Mitchell the v
placed to the credit of Mr. Bryan Tarpon Springs

1( Editor Powell of has 37 speeches an. orange buyer and shipper, says that We are constantly adding new ac-
burg Independent had
; for campaign purposes-no The map now being printed by the the crop in his vicinity will run but

Ocala "coming out" i and all guaranteed to make New York World shows that Mr. Bryan 65 per cent. of that of last season, but t counts and our business is increasing at
thing would Lute been peepul" feel that in him ,
is weaker in 1907 than he was in other groves in his section will not

\'e the Moses who will deliver 1SS6. He seems to have lost Nebraska run over one-half of last season's crop. Possibly also
lU prt<*t-ntattve Geo. Londage.-Tampa Evening I a very satisfactory rate. you
Marion county U no hopelessly and permanently! and -New York Produceews.. I

man out of a job." He his home precinct is no longer guided I MAKE NO MISTAKE I might be glad to join us. -: .$ i

ple* '*d to edit the Polk by his counsels. i
enters into the sisterhood
at liartow.-Palatka :\ This paper has not lost faith in Mr. f i if
under the most auspicious Several shipments from our friends,
Brjan. It thinks as much of him now t
Held the She assumes the re- as it ever did. It has waveredin intended for us have failed to reach I II
Oj4e says never I
ed the buuka in the ) with the saloon hermiti- its good opinion of him, and is not I' us because they were marked wrong. I f 2I COMMERCIAL BANK I It
and the democratic ban corAl
did it for nothing. wavering now. From top to bottom- Be careful to mark plainly our ,
from the capitol building. I
tU'wepaperB, for they from his head to his heels-it believeshim rect address,

fort to tbe country. the new state to the, to be a good man. It believes that FLORIDA PACKING & ICE CO., I OCALA FLfl.I I

fold. I his heart is in the right place. It believes Ocala, Florida. ..+............p...4. o.. +.r.a............... +.e....
Sara Bernhardt i Ii that it beats in sympathy with I :
has crawled up to sixj --
cent communication the best interests -
I of the "common

by rated wireless fieopleii.as the It was,'IW'f" to again make this it bigger week. to We accom sim, people" and all the peopleIt believes 'I "+..... _....,....-:. :....<....--.c-..... .".._..._...":..,......A.'O.:.......,-RtF'-. l'm: :,ems. .1. .1.Y :: .ft.!. .":.;;; ...>4.. ;:lJWa. ,
( that he worships at the shrineof \.
ahoekleg affair.- i our growing list of advertis- r
liberty and good government and
c I too, that while we V
that his ambitions and aspiration, are
Some of our cities J l! enlarged the Weekly ,
unselfish and
are promoted by the
bare street put into t : the price remains the same- GADSOI\f'S
loftiest motives.
a receiver. Some of I dollar for one year.
Indeed, the Ocala Banner has neerlost
shape, but street paving ; !
faith in nor its love and devotion !
AQ4 .e expect soon to J are sad, sad stories some of I
for Mr. Bryan, but it believes that he *
i telling about each oth- I n
persona! relations to the is handicapped by failure, and his I i Grand Opening and Display 1 of
V nomination
at this time is tin-
: A faravr m the tti ; of the "coming out" ban- not
safest thing for the I Ito
that part
"f a proa.i e Ocala. We are shocked and

,.. tipeteh or beyond expression and more do.

,Ioe"-,!') not with confirmed in our conviction It wants to win. It wants to nominate LIDAY AND CHRlhTMAS

5 Mc 01 i: to make it county should go "dry" someone that has the gift and GOODSt

magnetism, and such record '
.p stout right too late.-Live Oak Demo- a as Will :
unite the discordant
elements of Undemocratic I -

H the present degree party, and this alone ib I --

?t rt int eoetiaues the one thing that will make \'
had fires in the United 1c'lory
M 4* couBtrr within 25 we thought were some- possible.: I and J'

Vfofeibiticn will be but measured by recent Let's do it. Let us all be willing to: t Monday Tuesday lee. 2 and 3'

", ; Ithu4 laet. Bverybod on the sun, if the Bos make a sacrifice. Let us rise to such I ,

tMtebtni OB the water sublime heights as to let bygones be
Jacksonville, Baltimore ------ -..
a-l4I* 4IaIet. Francisco fires were all bygones and nominate a candidate I

-- --- around whom all factions -3
of the democratic {
together they would be -
'Now comes Editor R. no 'I A I
party cluster Visitor
: a lighted match in compar may and in such Every
the Central Colon say that the fire on hands determine that the democratic

that CNaptoa. Sister. .ba Child very of planet. That shot was up a a flame blaze 325,000 right! banner is shall sublime be to carried follow to a victory.It leader. to Come and See Old Santa Glaus' Home j

of bbor coodltkmi Ta defeat after defeat, but it is not up- 1

HhXir Chills, whatever to-dato politics! 'II
Mght to>> have the right unfortunate that when the Let Special sale of Pictures above
up a flame 350,000 miles high us no longer play into the hand.: on days. We :
". i**ry hat Ufte4. of the enemy. If we the
t. .___ ___ Roosevelt was not engaged pursue proper
methods and tactics, w 've i' have 200 Pictures select
At- the other particular stunt. The pr(:' i- the republicans got to from All styles
where :
we can smite j
feels that the sun
r ..... of iBtret lately : '
It Ube TUww-rakia him, and on the heels of the hip and thigh. i I, of 'Frames Worth $2,00 and $2.50 eacfi

'11.11. will bt a the sun Oxford University i ,
I IJ the degree of doctor of laws The governor in Florida has not the
the. Coped
pardoning power. lIe can sign death i Special price for this
,lM Inmita lib a Miutat and did not as much as warrant but he i sale
cannot release
a pris-
trlill. .. J. K C. your leave, Mr. President oner. t
getting to be not so ?
t11or. or it tmajr .. : many
......\1... thMMu It : the thought! The governor heard some interest-! $1.12Exhibited Each
I Ii ing talk at Ocala about his pardoning
-MK. 1M. i 'I I
I 'ltiIIIa, N. B. reward and a par- .
4 .. have returned from a -- -- --
r --- Will the "pepper-box," mustard and '! Sample Front of Store.
sen .fir Mr !' the Everglades. The dredges Stock Up Stairs
ginger, and all thy etceteras of the :
& -L-r tt t. tar ........ doing good work. When Lake I ti
last campaign, have a place in the
approaching -
t 1 Ml. hie oMwatntii : lbee is reached we will then
conflict? Are the I .
1 .. of IMMg a "paid ther the drainage scheme people i,I .

I {lIll ll ........,." or not. In the mean still to be saved? Are they not to besaved ; You are invited to visit our store and .
n at election get a You
every ? Is that
$s." Ok! ti. rrwlty of canal is working a benefit nota : We take chances won't be forced to buy.
t part of the game? our on a second visit from after 1'
r ._ w.us the tT r'' and has given Ft. Lauderdale I you you have seen our line and
prices. Special
prices and discounts
In...R aawaally : and she is now Editor Carter of the Jacksonville! to public schools, churches and Sunday School .

a; -- eotahlrtee they with the biggest sort of a I committees Christmas Tree Candles Free
Metropolis is all right once more, ,
ti1leNlt.r lain wrvtce account of it.
J"L .. much to the delight of his friends in I!
all parts of Florida. His recent sick.
J D. Conway created a good i i
Olrs of Florid ness accentuated the fact In what esteem -
rfir a furore in the CO's. He was
he is held by his editorial brett i
fcg* very pcrttaent '
Virginia slave holder and col The
flfei L..... si Us nest his slaves in Ohio and freed ren. Ocala BazaarFRANK

ig* Notat.. to as '- He afterwards joined the: ab-
It is
one of the
misfortunes of politics -
MB fMr winter ..... in the North and lectured
for a shifty editor, after much dil- JI
JHUl hi th ....
.t. !: slavery. He was an author
ligence and labor, P.
to discover an GADSON
tiM .*.*. have great liberal preacher, occupying a "ideal" and then be forced to throw I
_aI-t to give the the Unitarian church. He
him overboard at the first dash
MIll *f their labor. If very Commercial
editor a newspaper corres Bank Block
I out of the political dice box.
t"r W M>mm attlM. t of the largest newspapers in OCALA FLORIDAWE

!..> Ik* ifMgiM States and England. He Wouldn't it be funny if none of the
11M >>iiit H .. LEAD f.
in 1832. He has just died Ocala "comers-out" sohuld be elect ? OTHER DEALERS MUST
modest apartments in Paris. ed-Tampa Evening News. ..

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November is drawing to a close. And we want to remind you that we have appreciated t '8

wr your patranage, and we want you to remember us, all through December We have already -=

-=::t earned the reputation of being the biggest bargain givers of any store in Ocala' We CD ,

:: appreciate the honors given us, and we are going to live up to them and show you still

= more plainly that we have earned our reputa.ion. C'--cI)

9" We are not going to sell out. Neither are we arranging any Big Sale. But we are going to end up this month,

and begin the next in a way most satisfying to you. We want to sell some mens Clothing, and we are going to mark r"dr

) EJLf them down so low, that you shouldn't deny yourself the opportunity of, at least looking them over. Just notice the

i:: prices below. They are convincing. Then we have arranged a few speciale to bring the ladies out. Look over them.

Then if you don'l show up one day during the Sale, its your own fault. f. -n;r.=

lalijal .__._....-_'_._ ..-_ :=I I
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Yd wide Blccl T of wortQ i ?5Lade'Hea'y Sweaters 98c I.]
worthl.iaduringbaleeach I'.;)
1- $1.50 yd. Every yd Guaranteed .
r- About 200 mens heavy caps -!!
.. During sale yd l1eC with ear muff attached 1 C/ c.F1.:
=>> worth 50c daring sale ***C c':; j

InI., About 50 suits in Black Worsteds, Blue Serges, Cashmeres, Scotch Tweeds I About 50 youths suits in in neat patterns and most desitable material, worth ;i
and Thibets. In Single and Double Breastes and very latest cuts. These suits up to $7.50. During sale, in sizes up to 20, $:J.HS.!) f
sold regularly at $7.50 and $JO.PO and are worth it. During This Sale, we will About JOO pais odd trousers in plain and fancy colors, Worsteds, Thibets, .
1d 1 put them on a counter at $I.U!} each. Cashmeres, etc. These pants we are selling every day at $2.50 to $3:50: but I
Another lot of Clothing consists of about 40 suits of better grade in Blacks, "they'll sell" during this sale at $!.HH.?) I
I And our best line of $3.50 and $4.00 pants, will at $:?JS.)
Blues, Browns, Grays, in fine plaids. You can see at a glance that go
any suit in this lot is worth $ 2chOOecksDan t this sale $(i.S!) A nice lot of boys short pant suits just received, in sizes up to 16, to be put on
atI'J suit
Still another lot of mens suits comprises all our best suits in the latest colors and You know what a clothing sale means with us, if you ever attended one here. -<
styles. This lot we are now selling at from $12.:>0 to $16.50. During this sale I'' It means real Bargains. This will be no exception. Only more and bigger :till
c:2 you may buy one at !).-ta. values thats all. =
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>= Here are a Few Incidentals That Ought to Make a Hit. They're a Little Out of the Ordinary. =e

v: Coates Thread 6 Spoole, for a Quarter-Six Spools to a Customer Wright's Health Underwear, Needs no Description. Sell for 1.oo all o
..... Adult I only.L.nsilale About 100 Mens Felt over the world, at .9c, garment, during sale. =. ..
i lIc yard. liens Heavy Underwear in Blue .
1 Cunbrid 4-4 at Hats worth up only. at 19c garment.
Fruit: of the: Loom I 4-4 iHeach.in at lie yard. to $2.00 at 49e Just received about 100 pair "King Quality" Shoes 4.00 and $5.00.
. ... Yard wideellow! Homespun at 6 1-t'c yard. During sale all sizes 82.'.IS.
cuI Dress Gingham in neat patterns, worth Sc yd at 5 1-'c per yd. About 50 pair Jackson S4.00 Shoes in all sizes. During a Ie $2.09. -<
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11$' pair Han-foot sandles, Solid Oak Leather I Extension Sole, Regular i About 200 Full Size About 100 mens Top Shirts, neat patterns and nicely made, in all sizes .
Huck Towele Fringed Dnring sale 25c each.
ex: kind at 5f<' pair.loo
Ladies$1.25 1 tt'hittEnibroiltd Belts, worth} 25c at lOc each.} and Plain at ]1 About 50 Ladies :Short Jackets, in defferent colors. Regular F5.t)(ft ......
at::: C values at 33: 49. J

-!:;: 1..bout Heavily 5) Heavy: White and Light Blue Bed Spreads, Styles They are worth SUM) each at SU'S. Trimmed and Beaded. =
...-... Fringed and I plain worth Sl.5< to S'J 50 at USc each. About 100 Wash 3c About 50 colored Silk Parasols. worth 83.00; to 350.: During sale Sl.lw. ce:=
5?; inch Broadcloth f in Black. Brown Blue and Gray, Regular 81.55 Rags at each About 500 pairs Misses Oxfords. Button and Lace in very latest styles --==
kind at ?!'c each.J Regular $:J UU) to 84.00 kind. During sale52.t9.
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This Concludes tlje Proqram for the Sale Beginninq Monday November 25 I

There will be no excitement about this little Thanksgiving Sale. These bargains and many others will be here for

t: n you when you come. No hurry, flurry and after worry. No crowds to push and jostle you around. Tust a conservitive

_c:_:_.1>> gathering, that appreciate a Bargain enough to take advantage of it. _

W e will; still continue giving Premiums with every purchase as follows: \With every urcQGse of $2.00 or more you will te ;

receive a haridsal7 Bur Ph). With every purchase of $3.50 or more you will receive II Bellutiful Pearl Nec lace or Brccelet t tf > -a.
f Beav y Oxidised Gold Plate. With Every purchase of $25.00 or more we will i give i you a Talking Machine and 5 Columbia Racords '

:;:) Taken all Together This Ought to Bring you out Remember One Week only ic



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PAGE SIXTEEN Suasion.:! be : .=u'Ml.t<:: .
up 'Old Moral l as
.1 was the yeller. Of course if I'd I ..
.1I called her, so that the folks could s,>
known more about the business I could
there was no atteiri.: at deception
have told It by the weight but I'd
I I fairly! slow after
They come pretty
of gold: fresh off
Lever seen a niece '
that At hollers '!Ialt: ;
fifty yarclg
the farm before In ray life. I

slightest idea what It looked like, The team sat rght down on their;

Saunders and I j iearned afterward It all l<.'.ksdlfferrnt. tails. 'OT'O8fi (
i 'Now, Mr. Snlck'imiritz.: s-v.-s Air-
I Some of it Lines! up yellerin !
I ; I II gy, 'you that drives. I mean, come here l 9TIIf5L..t.L :
I I III the !start some of It's red. and h<>.a -
I little : :
and read this s.gu.;
I black with iron
is like ours, coated
By I 'Suppose I don't fays the fellor.: u
II crust.
WALLACE PHILLIPS.! trying to be smart' before the passengers
HENRY and \lookflat :
I "So I looted at Ag, Ag; .

me. neither one or cs K-.:$.'i':*: .

I.,........ "'L h, ME'lurrPLL'tta& i. anything! at ill for arrhlle. .I *,..::, : Aggy'It's, 'and a horrible the ir.noent: pupposition.will h the says to of
( ..ul .a y. couldn't pet b'.id! ,' the th'! :: ;-1 ai!:.'- received large shipments
I Puffer with the guilty. Thea he cock- We have just
yet for that natter. I epee to wnk-- the fi

,. up and find it a pipe dream, and in tpiu.

I some Tva;. < I wouldn't mind If it was.I 'God. sakes! Don't shoot yells one the most complete?

(Continued fro mlast week.) I I never was so( completely: two men :is of the! passengers. 'Maa. you ought t SHOES and our line is now t ti

have than to and pie:.
in.ire sense: try ,
that occasion One of 'eia j ji
I was on i iI
"1I* cat t'"TM'.> ::4. .Uiis! ; around hiu .at of a cr.....-d with a shotgun:

lAIn .uJf'fI'J' :' >.. !lrha! ." \t': 'i! hi! : thumb. i was hopping arouud and hollering: I'
Get ujwn there, fool, and make it have
i with Ag. yelling 'HoorayT: find the you We
Tall ywi v Ht ft ,K RM. he says quid have ever
other dlda't take much ir.tere'f tbs i we I
at Iwt. 'w.- '"yt '! wrtl mnnt! !
r' n go I "':() the driver walked oar a!: !' '
at all. And it :
j .
right! here. This !. "I'krfv envoi. an*
read n o never said a word. I rl'i' J.r
there's a river. It that "bar in front of I I I thought 'Now I can puy: thr.t e"-c- 1 he rea'.iyed:: It the for and"hH
on was only
.. what rer
JfQ had IK "-i further In the mountain I ed coyote f a stage driver 1.' Shoes for Men% Women \ 11 itin

I j owe him!' that I got any good ot .>? r
It would :-m IHI-II punched full of i I ,
i it That brought: !It home to me. Whor iI iI i
tlf' It's: on-. because, it's on tb" I
i about paying the driver j '
] tt tit tT3ub'- spoke tog
1'\1 ntldy's tan :
i he 'That pa' Then he takes u.i i and styles.i'
t<) nee what -vns In It. This road wvmade 1- re all the newest designs
: i! quick look around. 'We can pay birD I D.
by f'I.te rrneherc that li '
in full, too, old horse!r he hollers, and I
know nothing taut mfnln::. and every : i

miner that's" gone over the trail had: there was a most joyful pmile on: his ,

LU mouth M't to get further along! as r ace. .i iI ; Tarts Patents and Plain Leathers- :

quick as JoIIMf'-Ju.t! l ; like us. Dyou :> I, 'Red,' says he, 'don't you know this I I ,
ford the river for 1 ,
free; that! !little hollow running; is the only on -
don't know how miles- rhap* I \.
many i
domi to tb ricerVell, you try >\
luck th I thit the whole I+':lcth of her? e I t
your : r" yon p'.ace.M Sizes and Widths to fit Everybody.
It's the n: st probable, and you as a "reI}. says I. I

tenderfoot I-: the business! will! have all 0ur little placer claim,' says Apg' I

tin luck. I'll make a stab where I am.' slowly, rubbing his hands together I

Well.. s to I lr. It sotiniN queer to tell!! it. 'covers that ford, and by a judicious 4 4I 4I Our stock this season is really far ahead of that ;
various uncles
and It w-cins jw-rer still to think of taking up of claims for I I II M,
I II .
and brothers and friends of ours along n ;
the dolns; of It. !but I hadn't dug twoft''t I I

U'fore I cue to !bed rock and the creek on the lowlands we can fix 1, IJI I,

I there was forte heavy black chunks. It so they can't even bridge: It' of former years in that we have a greater va;

.* 'A?, y.: sags I. 'what these things; ?' T>o you mean they can't cross our I 1 t

thro':rluc one over to him. lie caught claim If wu say they can't? .

It Il!) t rlu("-) rt 1 1-. 'Sure things: pays Aggy. ThereV. I I I I riety of styles shapes and widths and can ;;

."Wlio-v +",! .-. >"! g"t that? says he you and me and the law to say "No" I i, ,

to that I wish I had a ,
lit al'iHut a v.hNxr."Why. : gun.

o!!t of the hole, of course!!' ."You draft need< any gun for that I I If don't !

says I. laiiL'li.ii.',' Toiuw take a look!' skunk of a drlw-r.' II I safely guarantee a fit for anyone you
**Agzy nathe kind of a man tog "Of course not but there'll be paseengera ,

) or t.!:? h.in-K!! OUT trl .es, buth<-nhe and there's no telling how ex

l io.wl!: !n'o fhst: hole he turned per- died: them passengers will be when 1 I find what want in stock it will give us
f *?'.*- me"L Ills knee give! out f"oa they find they've got to go over the II II I you ,

tm ler him. ;.I?-I !i<- sat on th. ground hUh ford hunting.: I t

like In a trainee wiping! the! I Are you going to eend 'em i:1'! I
a man
"Aroun you g t! ha holler I II to order for Call and make
pleasure special
sweat off hs! free with a motion like around Agar I you
machine.. Thj wit.ite bunch Anybody coming for 4C$*) miles, more or less, as 1w I :

A had rvmarked. There he stood, with I '
back from the diggings has goldto

"'Wlint tie d-*" :!ls! your, says I. tits clothe! RO It won't hurt Vm his mouth and eyes wide o[>ea. i personal inspection or 'Phone "No 40"and let 1

tonJhed.+l. 1 thought mayU I'd donekotuotblnt none and I propot-e to give that stage 'rJ like to have you other l'llthI I
I hadn't ought to dothrati ;
line an advertising that won't do it a men come up and see our first cleanup l. I \

i I'P"r-.tDf't' of the rules and bit of Come Red. Lets K you won't think we're running in a :
pl. along.
r-dLbta: of :::h.IIl them to i
he that lad that had the shack up windy, says Assy.; They wanted to us bring you
*"IeVa L. !cad '! Tve
% < suemn : ,.
and whenthey
the rtvvr. We need something: to eat see bad as you can imagine
lllne: 1 for t' T.'." yiv.r and from oi':
did about fifteen ofgold
see pounds
and maybe he's got a gun. It lw'8 a
alert t:> Akvi.! but I never fnwanything in the bottom of old hat I
decent felk-r, well let him in on a my they
t'--it V'I"'t' hlsh to thatUforc. claim. Nev mind a!. ut the hole. talked like people that! hadn't bad n i
OoM 1 layinj: !Ins M> In chunks I ;
Christian bringing
.. It won't runaway_ n'] therenoNxly up. .
4>n tnp of the l ld rock i Is t< > muchPer ,
'Oh Lords !
to touch Come : j pruana one man. 'Brl;-
t W-:. I wt!Sh Hy could! s'1>e thus: I anything. on.
ham Young and all tlw prophets of i
1'Cotl.l!* I. 'What talking "So we went up the river. Theman's
say you i the Mormon religion: This !te my :
Wh '". hit'.' thonMad name was White, and be wa a
nLocn : : ; lyinis 'I I
j white man by nature to x He fed us tenth trip over this line, and me and Ocala ; Florida
to d) with! sr: ? I .. I I ; ; c
Pete Hendrlcks (play' l a game: nf
well and hot whtnj i .
| was just as as us i
"lie he made
only !IIUIT w-is to I.
seven right on the spot where that i -
I .
told him about the driver'strick.
lay the one I had thrown to him! w
top of a oak and hit her a crack: with on 'I Then we told him about the I' pent hit her not over a month ::q!". i ..tW; ; IJ'.n"r.:..=ip.": &:::,E.rw- a:.,!..... ;J ;jIEmr:' lJ1..I'jJt-:4' :, 1'
when the stage/ broke down! Somebody I '1"-'
j find and let him in. II .. "
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a pick. Then he handed It to me. I I [ -
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'Now,' Aggy, 'have got n i I Just make a guess! ate the way I I 4
Bore enough! There under the black j says you
gun?' I feel and give me one small drink. : NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor

n.1 he put his hand to his head. I OLbroRAGE: it
--- 'I have that' says the man. 'M> I
NOTICE'I 'Say, boys' he got on, ',you don't want Creating a Special Tax Road Dis-
dad used to b" a duck hunter on Chesaleake -
the whole blamed creek, do )'ou' Let 'I' trict at Cotton Plant
boy. When you say "gun" I'll
us inr: Notice is hereby given that an election I
In Circuit Court Fifth Judicial Cir show you a gun. lIe dove in under I
'How's that fellers?* says AR to is called and will be held at Cot-
cult, Marion County, Florida.-In ; his bunk and fetched out what I should ., .
me and White. We said we was agree 'I' ton Plant, Florida, at the usual voting Or1JT5 7 ':'
Chancery. I pay was a No. 1 here l shotgun, with ;
II able. place, during the hours from S ,
I barrels six foot. I !
long. o'clock to sundown of
John D. Robertson, vs. ** [ a. m.
all right in !" : '
come Aggy.
** you says )
'Gentlemen! he, holding the !
says Friday, November 29, A. D, 1M7I
Silver Springs and Western Railroad 'TheIain't no hog about our firm.
gun up and patting: It lovingly, 'if you I I I for the purpose of creating a special 1 :
Un-1 But as for you says he. walking on
Company Corporation
a ram a quarter ixwund of powder tn'' I|. tax road district!" to he known as the .
der the Laws of the State of Flor-i Ms tiptoes up to fie driver-'.is for yo i. i
j hand-
each one of them anvls and a '|. Cotton Plant special! tax road district.

Ida. I ful of buckshot] on top; of that 'ou'w you cockeyed whelp around you g'! The boundaries of the said road district '

got an: argument/ that couldn't be upsetby Around you goy! he hollers, jammingthe to be as follows:
Whereas it has been made to
end of 'T
Suasion into the driv
the court. I'll ,guaranteethat Commencing at the southeast cor-
supreme .
to the Judge of the above styled when you i-oint! her anywheres I er's trap. 'Oh, and won't you go ner of section 4, township 1C. south of : f1

court, in a certain cause therein round, though!' says he. 'Listen tome range 20, east, thence running north We beg '
within ten feet of a man not over ahuudrt..1 I I to announce to the that
pending wherein" John D. Robertson is yards and let her do her now: if any one of your ancestorsfor I to the southeast corner of section 4, public .
I away
I had township 15, south of range 20, east
complainant and Silver Springs and duty, all the talent! that that nun'sfambly I twenty-four generations ever thence west to the southwest cornerof we are ready to
Western Railroad Company, a I i done anything as decent as robbing a cure meats. We solicit (
corporation eou.d employ couldn't! gather hence, it would section 2, township 15, range 19, your 11.;
have conferred
under the laws of the state of enough of him to rvcogiiize him by, i op a I' thence south to the southwest corner

Florida, is defendant, that the officers and you won't toe In bed inoro'n long I kind of decree of noIJUltupon him. Itwouldn't i I I of section 2, township 1C, south of patronage and guarantee satisfaction.
l ie (los: thle to find an omrior 19, east, thence .
range east to
of said defendant corporation are enough to heal a busted t-houlder. pointof
cuss than if raked all hell! ,
you a man II beginning, which territory '
unknown, and it further 1 hope It ain't going to lo my painful I com
appearingthat with a fine toothed comb Now you prises sections 4, 5 and C of township
line of erfonnancc to pull the
the said above mentioned suits trigger,' says Aggy./ 'I think the bight I stare coated mangy, bandy leg ''f'l.l Ilc, south of range; 20.) east, and sections OCALA\ ICE a PACKING J3

a suit in equity for a removal of a of her would have weight with most misbegotten, outlaw coyote, fly-:fly:T I 1 and 2 of township 1C, south of COMPANY [:

cloud from title. whoops Assy: jumping four foot in the range 19, east, and sections 7, 8, 9, 1C

people. When's the stage due back? air, 'I 'fore I squirt enough lead In: 17, 18, 19, :20? 21, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32 and MEFFERT ?
It is therefore ordered, adjudgedand : &
'Day after tomorrow, about noon 33 of township 15, south of range 20, TAYLOR '
system to make It :
your a paying
decreed that the said defendant 'That gives us lots of time to stake east, and sections 11, 12, 13 14, 23, 24, ?
to melt down
Silver Springs and Western Railroad and to bait! claims that can't show you 25, 2C, 35 and 36 of township 15, southof h"Y
"The stage< driver acted according to OCALA FLORIDA I
Company, a corporation under the cause: ttelr own selves," says Aggy. '1 range 19, east, to be known as the
orders. Three wide steps and he vas Cotton Plant special tax road district
think wv're all right'"The ,
laws of the state of Florida, be and it
!la the wagon and with! one screech and to elect three road trustees to -- -- ..
next day we worked like the --- ;7 '
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Is hereby required" to appear before like a p'izened bobcat he fairly lifted vote on the mlllage to be assessed NOTICE j -- -- -- .' .
fixed ,
old Harry. We had everything :>
the judge of the circuit court of the the cayuses over the first; ridpe.! Nobody and collected for the next two years. 1 "'t
nightfall, and there was :
up right by
fifth judicial circuit of Florida, Marion never saw him any more, and nobody 111. JOHN L. EDWARDS, In Circuit Court Fifth Judicial
Cir 2,000
nothing to do but dig and wait
wanted to. Chm. Board County Commissioners. BUSHELS I
cuit of
county, on "Curious folks we all are ain't we? I I Florida, in and for Marion

Monday, the 6th Day of January, A, I should have said my own pelf that if "So that's the way I hit my stake, County-In Chancery.Mrs. I Bancroft's Rust Proof >
D. 1908, I'd found /gold by the bucketful, I'd be son Just as 1alwa expected-by NOTICE OF ELECTION Frances Howse Koonce, Complainant !F
not knowing what I was doing any
at the court house of the said countyto more interested in that than I would i vs Mrs. Sarah OatsYield
part of the time-and now, there For Creating a Special Tax Road Dis- A. Bishop,
answer and defend the bill of complaint be in getting! even with a mut that bad trict at Martel Henry C. Dean, Henry O'Npill, Jonathan
comes my Iron horse coughing up the
In above styled cause. It is done me dirt, but it wasn't so. Perhaps Vanllorn, Frederick J. 50 to 100 per cent more 1
track I'll
: write boy, and
you sure you
Grant .
it because I hadn't paid George \v'. Mace than Texas
was : and
further ordered that this order be I let old Reddy know what's going on- Notice is hereby given that an election Defendants-Poreclosure others or Natives, t
much attention to all life, of
money my Mort
published once each week for two consecutive I and on your life don't forget to giveit is called and will be held at Mar gage. $1.00 BUSHEL :
and I had paid the strictest attentionto a
months in some newspaper to the lads straight! why I sneakedoff tel. Marion county, Florida at the usual It is hereby ordered that :i
the other people used me. Living you, Sarah F. 0, B,
way voting place, during the hours A. Sacked.
on the quiet! I've pot, ten Bishop, to
published in Marion county, Florida, I years I appear answer the bill i
whel'there's so few folks: accounts from 8 o'clock a. m., to sun down of I of
I complaint
older in the last six months. Well filed
immediately preceding said Cth day of j for that I suppose. Friday, November 29, A, D. 1907 I above stated against you In Eden Gem Cantaloupe Seed,
here we eo quite fresh! and d-d if cause on I saved from
January A. D. 190S. ''Getting even on our esteemed I for of melons
the grown
purpose creating a special ape:1:
I I Monday, the 4th
altogether want to neither. Too day of November ,
At Chambers, Ocala, Florida October friend, the stage driver, was: right in kte to argue though. By-by, son!" I tax road district to be known as the D. 1907, A.I cially for seed at Rocky Ford,
Uncle line" and Martel special tax road district. Colorado
H, 1907. W. S. BULLOCK. your Keddy's and.ggy at the court _
The boundaries of the house in Oral, Florida I land
our new pard. White seemed to take --- road
10-lS-2mw() Judge. that you, Henry C. Dean you'Henry $2,00
kindly to it, also. CHAPTER IV. district to be as follows: and A POUNDEden

Beginning at the northeast cornerof O'Neill, and you, Jonathan
Administrator's Notice of Final Dis "It ever you saw three faces filled MATTIE sat on her little \anllorn. Watermelon
section 31 15 and Seed
township range 21, yoU Frederick J. saved
charge. with innocent glee!" it was when we 'IMj'SS porch facing the setting thence north to northeast corner of Grant and you, George W. Mace, do from center of the melons, at

Notice Is hereby given that on the heard the wheels: of that stage coming I Across the road, now an section 30, thence east to southeast each of you appear to answer the bill

19th day of August A. D., 190S, the I -why, the nlgbt before I was woke I deep In June dust: was the corner of section 21, thence north to exhibited against you in said cause on $1.00 A POUND ,

up by somebody laughiiiz.; There was i wreck of the Peters place-back southeast corner of section 4, township Monday, the 2nd day of Grown by
I December me at Blackville
A. S.
undersigned Administrator of the estate Aggy sound It:I ee,e. sitting up hugging: broken rt")f. crumbling chimneys shut 15, range 21, thence west to the D. 1907, C.

of Henry T. Spooner, deceased, himself! in the moonlight; I ters hanging down like broken wings I southwest corner of section 3, township and that in default of C. H.

will to the Hon Bell : Oh !' he. 'It's 15, range 20, thence south to your so doing MfJTHIS.BLACKVILLE .
present Joseph 'Oh, my my says the old house had the pathetic appeal I a decree: pro confesso will be

County Judge of Marion county, FlorIda the only ford for 4.(..-i miles:' of shipwrecked' gentility. A Louse southwest corner of section 27, thence against you. entered s, C,

my final account as administrator "We planted! a sign in the middle of without people! in it. even when it is II east following to place of sections beginning to-wit, comprisingthe : 7, 8, 9, It is further ordered that a copy of -- --

the road with this; wording on it in big in is forlorn -this order be published c
: repair as as a dog who once NOTICE
of said estate. each
16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 30 all !In TO NONRESIDENTS
letters, made with the black end of a has lot his master. week" for four
Stanton, Florida, September 5, 1907 township 15, range 21 ; also sections consecutive weeks prior
stick: Up the road were more houses of the 10 11 1._ 14 *> to the rule day November
HENRY G. SPOONER, 13, in, 22, 23, 24, *,r., 26 1907, All
NOTICE! nondt'Slr1pt'iJIae; pattern made neither and 27, in township 15, range 20, to and for eight consecutive weeks prior persons not residents of Mafion

As administrator of the estate of This and adjolnln claims are the prop- for comfort nor looks. God be known as the Martel special tax to the rule day In December, 1907, in I county, Florida, will take notice that

Henry T. Spooner, deceased. 9-6-Cm erty of Agaraesiiion G. Jones Red Saunders knows why they built such houses: road district, and to elect three road tha Ocala Banner, a weekly nf'wspa.1 tlo law against hunting by nonresidEnts
White, al -
John et
trustees to vote on the millage to be per published at Ocala in said
It in Ma
-- Trespassing done at your own risk. Perhaps was accordance with thee I neon will be strictly enforced.
STRAYED-A small bay Shetland assessed and collected for the next county, Florida. Ap
Owners will not bo responsible for th old Puritan Kea that any kind of plication
;:r from remains. two years. JOHN I... EDWARDS, Done and ordered this first day of for permits may be made to
pony, my stable Monday. Re- physical perfection is blasphemy. Some S.
Chm. Board County Commissioners. October 1907. S. T. Sistrunk, clerk of the
ward will be paid for information "There was a stretch of about a mU, of these were kept In pant' and win 10+ SISTRUNK. circuit
111. clerk Circuit court, in Ocala Fla.
leading to his recovery. II. C. Jones, on the level before us. When the stag! dow glass, but there were enough poor Court.

come In plain sight Aggy proceeds tc relations to spoil the effect. 1 1-S-5L C. J. McCRANEY,
.. Ocala. Fla. l1-;;-tf. Read Red Saunders. Read Red Saunders
r (Continued Next Week.) Game Warden, :Marion Co., Fla.



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Non R. Pope Reese Believes It Will Be .
Called-Necessary so as to

Pass Some Revenue Bills, as Appropriations Exceed the HUMORONCHILD R Not Selllqg Out at Cost, but Selling at a Legitimate Profit,

Income of the State for the Year. Which) ) Should Always Be Satisfactory to Dealer aid) Consumer)

,' --- I Bleeding Sores Covered Her Whole

lion R. Pope Reese, the Escambla ted Body After an Attack of Measles
that he does
not do so with
rneaWr of the special commission to official knowledge that such will any be -Nursed Every Night for Three

! a Instigate into the acta of the trustee done. Weeks-Nothing Helped Her.

of the Internal Improvement The I. |I. F. Report S Diamonds j 1

fund, returned yesterday morning "The report of tine commlslon of THEN CUTICURA MAKES

from Tallahassee, where he had been Mr.which Reese I was a member" continued I COMPLETE CURE IN 5 DAYS"It

for the pan three weeks. The com "wil be as complete as Is Watches Bracelets Necklaces
possible for such a report to be made. ,
BiMkHi has completed its labors and The closest study and attention has Is In my opinion my duty to Join
the report which will cover about 100 been those who praise the Cuticura! Ilemedke. I
given to the acts and doings of After of about :
type writ ten pages, is in the hands of the my granddaughter Cut Glass Hand-Painted China
trustees of the I. I. fund from seven years had
Ckalrwaa S>'d L. Carter who will 1S55, when it been cured of the I ,
was created and
have ttlypewrlteu.Slwaktuj : measles, she was v
spent more than three months at this attacked about a
; to a Journal representative work, and the two I a fortnight later by
past weeks we Edison
)H r worked
night and day. and painful eruption ,
*tra ...l
gave it aa the consensus of opinion commission body, especially :
received invaluable assistance the upper partofforming

that an sera tension will be called. I. from Chairman Syd L. Car this season the public usually expects to see glaring announcements

"I think M extra session of the legislature ter of Gainesville, whose knowledgeof YJit sores and, bleed esj e- f of merchants and other tradesmen offering
will be aad ought to be
the dally under the
political history of Florida
for guvwwr." said Mr. Reese. "It the enabled arms of coruideraldo sSz- "sic uftVred great quantities of "the very latest styles in everything,
commission to obtain information a 'great deal and for thi"' \q'iwe "
la .t' wry, in my opinion in view i: it could not gain from those nun-ed her every night u>mg all the just from the manufacturer, selling at and below cost,

of for ttMMiUoa of the state finances, I f wfco were summoned and who testified -I remedies: we could tmik .,f. Nothing etc. The stock of goods to be found here will prove to the
would help. 11'e then rt-mem1N-red
brows ii t about by appropriations for during the investigation. having heard so much al, .ut CuticuraIlemeclies. careful and up-to-date buyer that they are :NEW GOODS,

.pttiai pu..J...... ali well lib for II "The Wo r'>:it for them and after
appropriation report is to be later signedby twenty-fourhour- .v-notedon.*idt'rahle LATEST DESIGNS, and being sold at REASONABLE

for carrying on the state :, the members and submitted to the improvement, and after using only ..no PRICES-not below cost however that isn't the
guverwuM-nt, maintaining hospitals I I legislature in either complete set of tlie Cuticura 1tt! 'n.edics. as way we
special session or in five coil ecutiv': days the lit tit- one, distribute our charity gifts in fact this establishment is our i
ItiflllI trhnuib. ,
Ib) etc., which !! in
appropnauung It covers about 100 pages, much to our JOY, had l Iwenc-'itiri-lvcured,
ar. plot than the state'stntuuif I, and the testimony heard covers about and has teen well for al lon< timt' Mrs. I i only source of livelihood, and we are compelled to self at a

will be It will therefore be I II I Too pages, in addition to many exhib Cal.F. Ruefenacht, June 25 and, K.July F. D.1:20:, l!' UIj.aker.-fiAl." I profit in order to meet our obligations when they fall due.

h.1 .'.-* iy to pa.a sonic new revenue its. Every living member and ex- -.- The immense line of CUT GLASS, SILVERWARE, HAND I

lull.. and It it also l necessary to pass member of the board of
trustees was HUMOR\ ON FACE PAINTED CHINA and other high class goods we are offering -
!<-4i>|x>rtlonim-nt act which should examined with the exception of E. J.
this season will delight those who are in search of something ,
Law '.'n done l II> the last legislature. Triay, at one time state treasurer, Cured by Cuticura RemediesNo
I really artistic for a holiday gift for a friend. Resides
Ti.ii -IMII, ui commission that and his testimony was made not necessary Return in 20 Years.

ha- h. 'n /.et.-*titptir.g tb.' acts of the I by reason of the testimony the special holiday line, we have one of the most complete "-
!ly son. when a lad of ,sixteen wa
I I mill truiiu .tbould also be ro- I of Congressman W. B. Lamar and ex- troubled l wcli' hiinior! on hi f.".> and lines of staple jewelry in Florida in SOLID GOLD, STERLING -

.0\1 1 .1 l toy u. hgt I lainre which err I Governor Bloxham. The latter wasthe after using Cuticura: Kcrneiu: he was I SILVER. Etc.
I freed from eve- %- humor and i Ias continued 11
... d I lat to appear before the board, so to ih" present time after
We would call especial attention to our big collection of the
tot-p'n! iuof ih rail for an extra and with his testimony the investigation tweet / years: hay t'a-.-rd. Your Cuti
) cura Soap ha.' c. n UM"! in my fal. ilv ; famous EDISON PHONOGRAPHS which in price
c.-iuti, ainl iS! In-iiff that the goy came to a close."-Pensacola for "veral'a.. '..1
..rll'" tt .I! nutu (-all'Ir: Iiet'se star Journal. Cuticura lU-in. '. -. A. 11. South, a from $12.50 to $55. Also over 2,000 records of all the most

.. .. --r. 1 _.. '-J, .....,......__..__-.. __ Marion, }!.> ').-.-. i. li-u.;." selections
musical of the Call
popular day. and hear the ;
Complete Fttwnil: :1' ''. hb. rna.; Trratircnt: for
-TIN SPOT" ON KEY VACAS Oranges and Grapefruit in Big Demand E\I'f'IU'J10f", ;. 1st'. i .,.,d! twt.Irn-:, II' splendid tone of these machines.
BPH of ('in1.* :- -i i < > n/ 'km
rapt: < OH'tMpn': ':>0' 'I. ti'.i .i : 'I! ; itlcura
Itfilv :.1 5i- i: in- tut 11 >.f thiiMiiiteC. I .
,>"to.1 I'm- J."i t" t... ', i'- I*'.. !, .... .
S. ..dld Progr*t Being Made on the K ----
The demand for Florida citrus -
&/W tnr'"I':1: lit r'il tier ITj: t- t'jem.Cbrti I -
Key w..t Extension Si M'r: ,,-'- iio-'. i I. :y.u-1 ,
fruit on this market up to the pres- fiT:'hulo'<1 Fret hio'ttonScut if Ulli rs. I "

.::1.. V> 1" I Mun n ,i"T.-n .-- --- --- Yours for Holiday Gifts -
fiu time has been far in excess of

Ipu. itlld.1 v"'iul ( instruction cars Squaws and Sewing Machines Ii
the supply and the outlook seemsto
wen f.'n ,1 J :t"- !Mini'!t I l. be that this condition will prevail: ISM Indians of the Florida Ever P
So, ".4 '. r f .u K VH. itiUIII from A E JRNETTHIGH-CLASS
for some time at hust. Supplies duri i glad, ti.e most: iuterehtlujj:: trip 1CI..i' D l
w1t' I L thv K I: C. ruiwuxtwisi!\ : l >n "' o O
ing the week baill'eu extremely Ui-.c, said a sewing uiucluue

... ,. iih.ii'i Knight'si ; .
wit; t.t < l 0 'aacui.
light for this time ot tile year, and THE JEWELER -. ij
; "Dm that do you sell in the out-
many dealers report that they are
1 ,. 'u--- IJ'.HI' i "', jIl/II'l'f! 10/ iaudi.. : .er,iaucs1 a woman a&ked."sjouu Postoffice Block i DALA, F LA. 0
: to turn order.s'fur
i'oaipt-lle.l away ,.
icii.ut's, dfc..r mauaui, ,
iaN, "Wiif eta 'Wiu, .I' '! 11.1' ( (.I.-J 1 orangt-s. and grapefruit. "
11L .tp.-t- 1."lj Sl'd ::.:X't ,"oC.T'Ji !
.,.,. III' at. .'.'4 i. _i 1041 I The oftViiiii- these fruits that tile iudiaUS." ic-: : '

> i i t" dua M*aU- auu U'I6t'Ii. and I( have arrived during this week stilli ".;::;td :i:>o. There is hardly squaw

.. I". ,11.. !E' ,Int... for th rcat> t',cI I j fchow some greenuess, but the trait Iu 1.10 :il a.a remote ilveroiadesuo __ _.
-- --- .
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i ,,.. ,' 'l w !t. I I'-' ..'iiv Ul I- 1- ti e'us uion. iLun anxious to o.orlool.lv \\ hay: nut her :sewing uiaeii-u-j. la- ---- ----- --- - -
:,,1.i ; !I.'j' K> \ let rt defect: and are willing to rake teal, : .,.1100 luachiues have become Wonderful Cigar Prices 7 If 'g'l
I I I'l .' f ;. t }p.. I a 1.411001 t..rtt ofw. : ili'-ui at good prices. Oranges have nt l\.siLh.: : in the Everglades, likeJCeasluo Who smokes the ten-dollar cigars? 1'.1 I. 1'1'1 t I IOs II ::
f .
Its grad.ah \.. b.'t-n ae'liiig at $2.5ft to $:>.,i4} and ,jt. g + t'
I ,
p ? hi" it'' .001 i uu or til't'liter. old Astor -

-.i I.K t-u all IIf ; 1:. kII > I4t U t.! I grapefruit has sold very readily at ? u: 'or beadwork making. You For nearly half a century the 1- i _: t< hGli'T Tj'tea. ; .!

.. .. .. I ." die 1 II ; '. kl .' K. ;) ;I $::; to $1 c.I 1.uuw mis beautiiul beadwork that House, the resort of big politicians i .; ; i. ... ; .\l(
.... '_
aud C..IIIr.'o ,- I Vegetables also have been quite a has been famous for its cigars. i f Dcu
r0 ., Itt i the all ?.II. U> tae inuians of the Everglades sell? .. .. 'n H"t"1'" : \

.1 *1..1\ "" 'i gt. .' '' rarit.*-. and those that have been co.n Well, it is all done on sewing ma- The prices range from $10 to 10' ro. i rl It ri-. -,. ',f. .. !.foI

t ol inK have not :r-hv.ys showed the very chines. It is made machines. The ten-dollar cigar is nearlytwo i 9T :ICS "
"'Rb\!! tu K :i'-a- prmrrt-ss 'I'I on my cents. ltIU Storage flo:
rap: !! bv-st quaii'\ Tomatoes particularly t have done a good trade in the Ever- feet in length and carries withit PQCcr"A..t'.q\[,.t' ''..i ,"ts ..- ,

ill 1'- haw boon infr-mr: and met almost no case, worth something. I I ; ;:)"lISjlSlA'' v' ..' '. r'.rrPA'I..t
for fife
the It' J' t'I t" ltiA :II w' ;j : > 01" I' glaues years. a plush i I'ESCSAt'' rM.TIGtlMA .
lee IIl'1-t ol th'iiiiiiid. Jersey, while near a close "the1ot told that the consists of I +IsISNTAfD09ed'ti.; ;; .
etk'tt rt-- KUlaht! Ji '. :' "in the Everglades, he ended, am wrapper i c a Nt.IcI'1t
tomatoes toe I We desire to announce that our t.ITa' A A'Q qt,h.oast ,
.. .L, 'rutl' tot.h I-:"' It 11.1 stet still furnishes enough of the louu and the splash of one leaf only of the finest tobacco I ; I ZS :ftTS' '10(1rORSA -

I' j- n Ii; H !t. 1 \ ttltlIMtal k'-f'p down prices of the Florida pro- the crocodile in the lagoon are well grown in Cuba, and the filler i is as I Cold Storage Department for the curing ;[b. .:: I1E'''- lw. ..LS, '5 I1AhJflotUllfD ANAN& '

t' h,. \\ I .Ilrl| I M.U.I" ..:*-aui T>, duct. The range on Floridas has nigh drov-ned in the continuous whirr good as the wrapper. There are ci- of meat is now open. > t1ER STE\V T.Pfotl
,, -I' rot 3:0.: I'It "edit h. 4'Idlh'. I (teen about $1.50 to $2.50. of a thousand busy machines.Minneapolis gars in the rotunda which retail forG are q ----a
.. Kon \\ ,'IIt .. Mi.uuiHoo i I Eggplant has perhaps been coming Journal.A $ $4, $3, $2, $1.50 and $1. Sam
: curing of meat the closest study for j
,I more freely than any other vegetable Campbell, who is in charge, a London- Jerry Burnett ,
and our uniform past good service *
| and ordinarily bolls very low. Any- Hard Debt to Pay"I derry Irishman, tells me that the cigar years !

\ to Cure a Cold ; !'i'.n; goad has lwen bringing $2 to owe a debt of gratitude that can most in request is fifteen cents is the very best evidence of our I Merchant

tt .t. 1.111 I II.. 11I'11;l 1,Ii'i j _: ;.11 aud some less desirable has been never be paid off," writes G. S. Clarkof straight, or two for a quarter.-New I ability to serve you. 'I
, 'I! \\ h'n0' Westliold: lots, "for my rescue We therefore announce READY. !I II
:; 1/., ( !I' .n r.-liabU 1 sold at $1.75. to from death by Dr. King's New Dis York Press. I We want you to appreciate that it j Tailoring.
i 1,1, rt'ln! !I H,'aas gontTally brought $1.50 covery.: Both lungs; were so serioulyaffected I
.1 t t." f'ff.H't fi I $2. Cucumbers $2 to $2.5o. Okra did that death seemed imminent, Large Residence fcr Rent means superior equipment, including

t,1 -., i, 1. I I'. 110' iv i't :antI not dean up very well at $1.75 to $3, when I commenced taking Dr. Kind's I The Allred House, near the Sea I duplicate machinery in case of accident -I Ocala t riorida.FiiuM .

.< ,; I li, M'v! It ha>, ; sold quite slowly at $1 New Discovery. The ominous, dry board Air Line depot is for rent. Has and skilled assistants to do the I II Import! anti."
i! and peppers before the first 12 rooms and more than an acre of I I
1I- quit
lt hacking cough
M > Domestic Cloth.
j I' work in the best possible manner. '. .
tt r'i'' anl! $l.-j.-New York Packer. bottle was used, and two more bottles land. Rent $20 per month. Apply to
h + \ Block E In this conner-tion we cannot too
I \1 :1\ hI' do'-I made a complete cure. Nothinghas David S. Woodrow, Holder Cutting -Specialty
I >?* 'I'' '- phn.n i The Blackman Avocado ever eqlalledew Discovery for Ocala, Fla. 10-4-tf-w. strongly urge upon our friends to take Fil' t ;ii 1IarJntwod
I tr :
IM".' -, ** .< I. I' i" t',ntl"n.! Il'fte I On of the finest specimens of the coughs colds and all throat and lung their meat where: they KNOW it will!
.?,! .. I I- al.atlu over presented to a fruit loving comolaints. Guaranteed by Tydings Manufactured in Ocala have the proper attention. It is no j! ---..iJ1cl'rAt <
-t- "' .1 ''ntnie.l! "j & Co., druggists. 50c. and $1. Trial Do you -know that we are making I III a 11(1 JI f.'s. J
public is being shown by E. V. GUESS WORK for you to let us serve
,i 1. !1-0. '': bottle free. x cement brick in Ocala, which are superior -II t _
I II who is the original propaiwtur you again.To -C <'io y-, _
'a'' "'" W'" Blackman, +. ; .
> .. yr t ." II In p"i' in lasting quality to any other _.. -
i for :l -inaI k' c.."' nf of the fruit, and after whom Give John D. a Rest those storing meat for the first; fotI--
tr I'tttn i I make of brick on the market, and we
I..l l..a't..f. th.' II1D I| ha\llIlt ro- Ii the deparitment of agriculture at The world, the devil and the deep time, we would refer to our friends- t, .; : S"

b .. ....,. .. "pro.II, 'fI'.. '" '" this' .. rom'torn. !I Washington has named this particular blue sea owe John D. an apology. If can sell them as cheap as other makesin YOUR NEIGHBORS-who are so well i ..b bA 1....;' A.7
.. ... hlf'h "hI.Nc' ettneltir I large or small quantities. We also !
r "t As tl in the financial satisfied with our past faithful ser
.....Ive avocado.It anything goes wrong
1 'Y 'hit' II I t- N ".rtaln manufacture and have on hand hex- FUNERALDIRECTORS.
uf 'ht #Mttt' r'u" deco.Aw c"am..r-I U called the Blackman and the world, why, poor old bald-headed JohnD. blocks for paving purposes. vice.Please

I ?I H.'to.-l' r pulp or fruit is unusually thick and catches blue blazes. If there is a agon note that our smokehouses I

taw ,,' tart''rte: Ind may btt rich. Mr. Blackman has one tree Qf|; depression of trade relations or a We will be glad to answer all Inquiries will be in operation, and we will also I .
gab.M M and show samples.
pit. I 19 ,. 11th In a Lts s 1 the new variety, but of course the i strained commercial status, it's up to be ready to smoke the meat for those I -' --
act r ," ash' hv all Ant><[ WOODMAR SAND AND STONE CO. i I
._- fruit is not yet abundant I John D.-he is the cause of it all. In so desiring. Have a full ",H-k <>r. "rtin> < 's..tt--U
P. 0. Box ,
..... ....... "" ....t" From this tree be will have a large :,. fact, if the baby becomes infested 104tf.. Ocala, Florida.AN Soliciting your future patronage, we and Burial Ouitits. 'pres'il !:1\'f'U u,
Burial 1 .
rv. *. M wiw eI QuAae y has"sea amount of bud wood next year and expects with ttose tubular individuals called beg to remain, hervl'e44.Embalming

else. eI stale avocado in the heartless de- Your friends, j i to Order
.......1.. 10 the' to grow bis new worms John D. is OPPORTUNITYTo

hy.ktati Tide.. a MwU. large quantities.The mon who generated the microbes. FLORIDA PACKING & ICE CO. 1
lease on favorable terms a 90-acre
u....... wilier tad eyrrtes with it Cott.Wrntla outside of the avocado is of a Pray give John D. a rest-Live Oak tract of fine land for trucking; an SIMON BENJAMIN Sec'y.HERMAN : Ferry Swli ,t

Or Wlllto IskMttsii the fruit is large and Cyclone. ,
rwprttt.tbillty I dark purple c ire not an erperf
ideal place for Sea Island cotton pecan BENJAMIN, Mgr. ,
... Yf QuiKf add and bids fair to become the aent but with f.refrcnlUTatioo.thfy -
Writ p1sk heavy
-4 growing, peach orchard or velvetbeans will aunre tuccci
,. a 11 ..mpr ul" .......t.... from favorite In this section, both for its Can't Resist the Temptation The usual prices prevail.In from the Utrt. tart h veBJoul.ts .
; situation beautiful; on North making shipments be care- < at plaotinr nor di ippointmentt -
.. 1 f.t..."-'n t'OIIII'. VAtel olke he bat lusciousness and its good shipping Oranges are being shipped from this at hanrett. Get
will sell this land
Lake Weir. Or ,
ful to mark plainly,
bi If ud his section quite rapidly, notwithstandingthe .
te ?
pIkil ottl. rMl qv.aUtles.
with twelve acres of as rich land as
......'....... Me i. a IiM of high Mr. Blackman is to be heartily congratulated protests from patriotic citizens any in Florida upon which there is Florida Pacing & Ice Co j

tis.rtlt ......... add .V. teayi'tio on his success in producing that the reputation of the Florida or- the best now I
I of ,
one orange groves
toad .... htrstds Joel ... taw bard of a new variety of Dade county's ange will be spoiled by the shipmentsof in bearing. If interested, write or OCALA, FLA. K

....."........... .1 ..... tstsittalloastt'et114 great 1roduct.-)1iami Record. green, unripe fruit. The buyer, see me at Lake Weir, Fla., within thirty for at biggest U
W4 hoar at4ee'M'd a telOfa1"S' eoM- however, who offers a good price for NOTICE l'J07 J.*d a.an.t
and His Contract days; after that time at Waco free oa .
Claude regnes.D.
..Ii' posltluaat.Atlgw.litt. immediate shipments appeals more
WlW -
MM to Texas. R. E. Burnham. ll-22-4t. M. FERRY CO,
Rrrct Now. Claude has the contract for strongly to the grower than many pa- All persons are forbidden to trade OotroRiMloh.HANDY .

state printing. We are glad he has triootic citizens and he (the grower) Closing Out Sale for any due bill given by me to W. L. i

IvttM rtd You Dot his competitor says hdies e is liable to put his scruples into his I
it, because Our entire stock is offered for immediate Smith until all claims on merchandise I
U ... ,4 a burst or Wald' stet good work for the state. pocket along with the buyer's cash settled. '
said Smith
M.InW rPiMvI'' th, sale at very low prices, in order business of are MOTH PAPERA
"'o 4. In In told that Claude makesa and let his fruit go.-Leesburg Com-
OC'MIt' But we are JOHN PASTEUR,
R.. taptrw are I/abk' to to close out our business at once.

a", farall., II"" P.My...P lbotild hf'" tremendous profit out of this stateprinting mercial. We have a fine line of Holiday Goods, 10-11w. Stanton, Fla. Placed moth under destroyer carpeta and, or disinfectant.in the folds

P...'Mnd fnr '.... ("hlft1b4-rJ.aln' contract, reaching away up
bm r and it will pay you to make your pur of fun and clothing, It drives away
Itah. riNM'.d a. a soft f Into the thousands of dollars annually, The county commissioners of Gads. FOR SALE-As long as they last moth and worry. Twelve sheets ID a
) chases Terms of sale cash.
,..... th. slert: Instant now. packet carriage >ald. 10 cents
pelll ievrtctiale'r pre! ;
all of which the tax payers whom hIs e den county have appropriated $300 to we offer a few second hand organs In
the. .Ittary N a tPtr ll-20tf OCALA MUSIC CO. six packets. 50 cents if druggist doe
'} -tit....... the bl'll with serving have to pay.-Ft. Myers i have the county represented at the good condition at a very low price not have It.

u'" '''-'l'm* a war Furt .alf' by xmL all Tropical Breeze. I Tampa Mid-Winter Fair. Read Red Saunders. for cash. Ocala Music Co. 8-17-dwtf Madigan Powder Works, Iowa., Sofectltn EOfCltrkivUU.



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Jadch'r.t to I1.--4 'coming out" con sloner of Agriculture McLin, Comp- da Herald and the man who suggested -
cation Uc Ala a!:-O\ came out" with troller A. C. Croom and State School the "coming out" convention; A. J.

Superintendent W. M. Holloway, were Pettigrew, socialist member of the
all ik* leta..1! turpuatity for which it i
heard with much pleasure. Representative j I legislature from Manatee; John S. FAMILY I

ii ftottU Tbr uuiqutidea of Frank J. Knight of Citrus, one of Beard of Pens cola. candidate for HEALTH OF YOUR ENTIRE
tier... carried tw succtsa by the en- AND THE
the ablest members of the state legislature ] United States senator; Robert McXa
tstthftti orders of theSfetrk
MVHfte. confessed that be had aspirations mee of Tampa; Park Thammell of

<.: 'uJ. lacked no feature that 1 to Commissioner McLin's office I Tampa candidate for United States DEPENDS UPON WHAT YOU EAT. 1.

ri uild add Interest to it. t'I decided R. C. Dunn. Jules Solomon
but he had not definitely senator;

A pwulianty about the day's pro-o. whether or not he would make the and Senator Jackson, candidate for m t

..11. WM the absence of any sort race. Jules Solomon made a vigorous railroad commission; Jefferson B. ---
AU the caadiW --
d ratlouah announcement of his candidacy Browne of Key West candidate forgovernor.Jacksonville -
.... ,. .aat they were expected tr ( I
for railroad commissioner.
Metropolis. that
']. were BO surprises.a i will agree
ojle. visit store you
If will our
*. Nt announced hU candi- you
i. Broward
0,o It fell to the lot of Colonel Halstead as a Speaker J I
.. .. .. !.... either prevIously
&atlmate4 that itt1M o Bowden of Tampa to make the announcement Governor Broward responded to the ; out for the 1 health of our customers
eel .I I'.jf i o of \V. J. Bryan of Jacksonville toast, "Tbe State of Florida." His we are looking
But this .
t ; for United States Senator. eulogy of the state was one of the f

eoe , o our
of the occasion
.r.t.'r"t :
:: tend the meeting, but Col. Bowden's livered in Florida. When he .1 ,
i'ir t' .' wont part, were ;:''tribute' to him was greeted with en- ished this eulogy and reviewed condij
.* expressions allow anything to
mrf : I
tIN We never
busiasm. tions in the state, he adapted himselfto :
., ,n !Ib" pr .,
+ a lighter vein, and referred to Jei-

w .ull : % .. urp par I i ii i Jefferson B. Browne of Key West ferson Browne, a candidate for governor ': to become old
.. .,:,iug had,' in store long enough ,
I our
llrMl read his speech, which was a detailed as coming from a portion of stay
:.14* ,0 oIHI statement of his views as stated in the state which once threatened to

1 ,...t 'I"! iiiy and itsful his platform. He elaborated on state secede from the mainland. He said i iMr. therefore always get new goods. We buy
.- jiartu u,.ar!' you
prohibition. Browne deserved credit for restoring \
the i-aur I
r1 i.M S the calmness and better j niment ;;- j ". 1ft
,. .fli !uM in Small Quantities.
:? -nce-- !
p which slow goods
The announcements of Supreme prevailed grip the excitement selling
,. .' ,
.. ub.. uu toui -
Court. Judges Shhackleford and Hock- and convinced the K j\ !

tHl! I rid :. ;;.- welfart ofIbt ,T f.,1' re-election were made by Col. Westers that it would be better to ,
'u !ilrilaIf1i
(;t'or f C. Martin of Brooksviile. Rep- stay in the state. "Then we have: a -

IM p'fentative: Kilgore of Sumter hinted candidate irom another part of the 1;

that he might make the race for Corn- state, which once threatened to make j
.I'bma itIN :!:
t : Jrll) .l 1' SOIl New Just in
uf. ; ,; I!II' sa....r mi>,.Moner of Agriculture. Former itself a part of Alabama." continued j

School Superintendent W. N. Sheats the governor, "and he ::
IIItPj 'IU'I rI.d ora!"1': i
declared that if Supt. Holloway had into the United States s nat Beard.i!

Th '('.o p I II u nirred '. at no other opposition, he would himselfrun referred to State Senator ; SWISS CHEESE SHRIMP! LOBSTERS, DEVILED CRABS, SOFT SHELL CRABS, OLIVES IN .
nta! 4\ ? I : \\ e' adj() rH'
.. ho I I.!.n S heard.sp !. against him. Royal C. Dunn, Tampa Times. APPLE CHUNKS.
of the railroad commission, ?
; : tj| S'au-s: [ sen-

ml.I .adIfc 0' n'i: on the announced his candidacy for the com That Extra Session i CHIPS, BRICK CODFISH PEANUT. BUTTER, WALNUT MEAT, SHELLED ALMONDS SEEDED
mission The Times man had a talkitl: j .
ph Ioialf '!I. had spoki -

'II' .IIY' ,I'. piohibition Governor Broward in Ocala last night' RAISINS, CURRANTS, LOBSTERS SPICES ETC FOR FRUIT CAKE

as. I 11,1. *.
the large dining room of the Ocala extra session of the legislature! and : .0' ---
acM -
I "L "t the --------- trI
(111 ,' Bard Ilan.Vbt>n House was a pleasant and auspiciousclose if so, when. The governor's answer 'I

to the day's program. Mayor was that if an extra session is called i
t'u I Itrwn of Tampa, introiiatHy I

.t, ',.MI. following the Izlar was toastmaster and the feast it will probably be assembled on D,--1 I f Y WHITE ROSE CANNED GOODS

candidai ing and speaking continued until af- cember 2nd. i ,
iha .11" Mil euuounepd bis
ter midnight. One of the brightest The report was generally current !
I t.f 'I"" r,--ut. he took occasion to
of speeches of the banquet was that of in Ocala yesterday that an extra t>e&i i THE BEST ON E RTH.I
....1. tn at Mr. Board's advocacy
Mi 1.1.!tAke awMure had not been Editor Adrian Jordan of Punta Gorda. sion will be called, and there were a I 1 1 .

number of people in attendance at ,
.Mt 110 practice at the recent ses- _
Robert McXamee was a conspicuous tfco "coming out" convention who I
atM of the .kfi.latU i {@. "Various bills.
tbe figure but failed to declare himself a should know.-Tampa Times.
MM Cotottel Brown, .t're before '
F1.. 'L
candidate for anything. Judge
tact tefUlatur* exactly in line with O.K.GROCERYun
Simonton of Tampa was also prominent Colonel Brown made a brief but
Oat Mr Board has been preaching-
t. show where Mr. Beard voted for in the political throng. These pithy address in which he said that I

popular Floridians have many friends he was going to make the race for
a+t f of theee measures which he now I

jIt) rtroftgljr advocate" Col. Brown'sHHU among the public men o* the state.- the United States senate and expected {I Pipe 174 CLeRK BROS. Prop.Florida I i i.f

".k;"* at the eloquent HscamI4 Tampa Evening News. to win. His remarks were well receivi i .

ei ,
i created considerable applause. WI IiII

an! idtly greatly pleased Govern- Ocala never does anything by Halstead E. Bowden of Tampa rep..f Ocala __
resented W. J. Bryan of Jacksonville !
halves and while we have not heardas
t*r Hroward. who was sitting nearby I ,
the out" meeting and made the announcement that Mr j "- '- '- -
Mr. Beard rejoined somewhat yet -. \. i
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wAMnly. He declared he had shown I held in that city on Thursday Bryan was a candidate for the Unit- --- "- -- --- ..... 1I
i ed States --- --- -- -'- -
1 1bas in the Record will venture the assertion senate.-Tampa Times. --- -- -- -
bU practical support of prohibition 10.
for """"
the future as a starting signal
recent local option fight in hish that it was one of the grandestt occasions .u -" I
Thinks One of the Candidates is Carrying campaigns.-Metropolis.
.we county, and that his record in the state. Ocala, many years .

aM testify what he had done in be- ago was the home of the editor and a Joke Too FarT. -
Received Thursday MILLINERY
talf of other measures. Mr. Beard'srteborate we know these good people and know J. Laud Brown may be carrying Telegrams ,

eiplaoation of his disfrancfcteMMfit their hospitality is bounded only by his political joke too far, as he really DeLand. Fla.. Nov. 14, I9u7.

views was one of the tea the extreme points of old mother went to Ocala yesterday and reiterated Hon. Frank Harris, Ocala, Fla.: ,

lures of il j day. .-Manatee Record. that he was an aspirant for a seat Success to all the candidates. Many
I in the United States senate. Mr. are called but few are chosen.J. A well known in this section, this store has ,

The ait of the day was clearly :l.ndtllMdlt.kabl Who Were the Guests at the Banquet Brown has never served the democratic E. ALEXANDER.Ybor always carried the 4

made by Gen. Albert W The following were among the party to any extent that deserves largest stock of Millinery ;

Mlthrfst" of Pttnta Gorda. who in a Ocala people who were present: Dr. any reward whatsoever. He is not I in Ocala! and
City Fla., o14, rj"7.: this
Sad carefully) prepared, stepped into L. W. Duval. R. D. Fuller, D. W. worker, but he has been a good hotel Frank Harris, Ocala, Fla.: far the finest we have ever had When

tie u&iaiie position of the only candi- Davis, F. E. Harris. A. E. Burnett. E. man, and is a fairly good showman. Hillsborough sends congratulations.We looKing

slat for governor not avowedly in fa E. Robinson. John Taylor Charles He is doing nice work for the state want Sparkman and Gilchrist. for fall headwear, the ladies will stand in K*%

ta of state prohibition. Gen. GilfcferUt Peyser, A. C. Cobb, C. Rheinauer, S. fair and is being well paid for it. f
The state can have the others. Don't their (
had DO hesitation in declaring A. Rawls, R. S. Hall, T. T. Munroe, lIe failed, however, in his Pan- own light if they fail to 'f I
let McNamee freeze.F. inspect our )
ttat \e stood for local option and hegtve E. H. Mote R. L. Martin L. R. Cha- American Exposition scheme and alsoat 14 line. i
L. RUSSELL.! Lady clerks
xcfllent reasons for the faith zal. G. D. Hogan, Geo. K. Robinson S. Jamestown, but Florida did not put in attendance will tako

that in in him. His remarks on the Haile. II. C. Jones, Rolla Keating, up the money as it is doing and has + .
I Ocala did herself proud in the pleasure in
ulMl*.. of the pardoning power also Asher Frank J. M. Meffert, J. J. Ger- done in the case of the state fair. showing thc, goods,
out" convention in which ]local
"coming -
eagle "MraiRht from the shoulder" ig. Z. C. Chambliss. Frank Ditto, E. :Mr.: Brown is personally very clever L =-
and national candidate for
and wen most favorably received L. Wartmann, L. T. Izlar. Dr. E. Van but if he is really serious (and if state

That General Gilchrist strengthened I Hood Harry Precht H. II. Whit- he is he is one of the very few who public trusts were given a \privilege i

his candidacy by his manly attitude worth, W. II. Moore Tom Bridges think so) then another aspect is to to declare themselves. cO.HouILEIN

w" the general comment D.V.. Davis, S. T. Sistrunk Geo. W. be placed on his aspirations but if Some were reticent others aggressive -1 I SOUTH SIDE

Martin, George D. E. McIver and confident .that they could
MacKay, he is announcing bis candidacy to get OCALA FLA.

Congressman S. M. Sparkman's repMrks E. C. Smith George Blitch, cheap notoriety, then he is carrying control the great state of Florida, ..""" _.__._'u ___. .

were brief but emphatic anIMa d Marcus Frank John M. Graham, B. the joke too far. however the political tides might roll. ,.- ,

I popular Floridian received a A. "Weathers Joe Bell, Carlos Sis- If T. J. Brown's services in pullingoff Prohibition Planks =- =

greeting that must have warmed his The prohibition of the liquor traffiC greatest event that ever occurred in -
trunk. Dr. L. F. Blalock, M. Fishel a state fair and getting well paid Cities in all Florida
t'8rt. Hi* decision to return to the C. L. in the state of Florida seemed to that city. BOlt eta. r' Cus'a
Bittinger, R. R. Carroll, II. \V. for it entittles him to a seat in the thecae a that
ltd4iN was generally commented uponas Walters L. T. Zachry, James Car United States senate, then what on be the paramount issue, and the majority There was consternation for a moment South can any olb'r d'l' In t 110

a valuable decision for the district of the candidates expressed in the hearts of the surpass l1l'r 10 h +I.ltalH,
lisle. A. reception
George Moses William D. earth can we do with Lou Buckley? She will bid
During the day Col. Sparkmanas E. L. themselves in favor of it. There were, committee, but when the cherry for the second "coming
Cam. Carney, E. P. Thagard, L. The lattter Is just now preparing to only out co "
a prominent figure and his J. Knight. David S. Woodrow, Edward move nearly the whole of Jamestown however, two radical exceptions: Gen. was seen in most of the cocktail glasses the Banner\'entlol1, and the editor of

friend and admirers left him no lonely Albert Gilchrist of Punta Gorda a .before the toastmaster took the lion Frank liarrlr,
Holder J. R. Moorhead, Geo. H. Ford to Jacksonville for the 11id-Winter the late master

moments. Will J. Edwadrs W. P. Edwards E. exposition, and considering comparisons prominent candidate for governor gavel there were smiles, but no tears strong ot ceremonies. will have
and the Hon. Thomas J. L. Business calling support In Editor
L. Brown of the lion. Jordan of
Maloney E. Pasteur, W. A. Kal- president of the United States park{ Punta

The announcement of John X. C. lenberger Capt. Hugh Williams, P. V. would not be big enough for Buckley. Tampa who announced himself a Trammell home, Jule Solomon of Leon ed originator Gorda who Is the acknowled '

Stockton for governor made by proxy, Leavengood Leon Fistel J. D. Rob Jacksonville Metrooplis. candidate for the United States sen was substituted to respond to the idea. f the "coming' out"
Mr. Stockton not being in the city ertson. G. S. Scott, A. E. Gerig B. F. ate. These candidates stood pat upon toast, "The Coming Man." lie hU men probity of ebaracter. -

was cordially greeted. Col. Stocktonwas the proposition that regulation with the guests for continuous > eligible Floridians'
Borden Watterson Tucker, Walter Thursday was a great day for Florida applause express may publicly

placed in nomination by Representative Yonge G. W. Martin Julian Robin politicians and ofice-seekers. revenue, to restrain the evils that when he fixed him in the cotton, to- flees ot themselves candidate for of.

Mathews of Marion. Chas. E. may accure from the sale of intoxicants bacco and truck farms of public trust and<< give
son. Taylor J. F. Fleming, C. Many:: gathered in Ocala and expressed Florida.Jeff forms plat

e I M. Simmons. B. H. Xorris. themselves as to the future and is of greater economic value to Browne Made Hit or manifestoes ot c3lmbiliryEwan.

Mr. Sparkman was: the only member I'municipalities state and nation thanno lion. Jefferson B. In Tlmes.Uni On.
what they desired in the line of Browne
at. of .
of the consressional delegation who Other Guests revenue at all. West, one of the Key 1 ,_
nomination by a democratic primary popular
attended the meeting. The genial Among those from various portionsof Gilchrist captured the crowd duringthe for governor candidates I
election nest year and how much responded to
presence of Frank Clark, especially, the state who enjoyed the occas day and Brown at nIght. Noto, "Our Supreme the toast, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
they proposed doing for the dear pea Court; and he
ww missed and many who had anticipated ion were Congressman Frank Clarkof perhaps, because they every brought -
opposed the banquet
ple of the state, if selected as United guest tto tie feet
hearing this Hmuent Floridian Gainesville; Senator J. H. Hump prohibition of the liquor traffic in he presented fact when Department of the 1ntPrir
I 0 States senator representative, governor upon Land
raold not conceal this disappoint-j i hrt'es, Manatee: Secretary State I etc. Of course each candidate Florida but because they stood pat that there had been fewer fact shows Office at Gainesville Fla..

.. H. Clay Crawford, Governor X. B.S! upon the proposition that in cases reversals November 2, 19 I 1 thought h. eould do the most and the sumptuary appealed to the higher Notice is hereby
Broward, Tallahassee; James F. Calk legislation is not federal or given Ua\t: Ftufltsy
concomitant White
best, if chosen by the voters of tbe with courts, than appeals of S parr )-'Ia.. has
Mayor Iilar and Editors Harris; and ins representative of Nassau county; the requirements of a democraticform other state from any of his Intention' flied notice -
state. The affair was something like of the Union. to make final fl\'t'-
IHttinger were busy from early morn Senator D. H. Baker, Sumter county; I of government. Year proof in
support or his
the old-time Methodist church love- McNamee \"iz claim,
tog until late at night directing the W. M. Holloway. superintendent of May Run : lIom'Shtad entry No. :
Waterwagon Plea U.245.
feast or experience meeting, and if Bob lcNamee mate!
proceedings. Mr. Harris introduced the public schools of Florida, and a The only heartache that caught the plaUdits half r 21. lai)1. tort eet
no good comes of it, no harm will. occurred of 20 guests of northeast
4 tke speakers, and the mayor deliveredtbe candidate for re-election; Gen. Albert the when he modestly township quarter sect '10 ::,
I I during "coming out" atat
The plan of bringing all aspirants face convention r-d that ts:! 13. south
: Past
opening address of welcome I W. Gilchrist Punta Gorda candidate mother-in-law and that .to.
was his
i 1 to face and demanding an expression came in the form of letters from the molhe He second fore salll proof will be nlal.. bP-
\ which was responded to felicitouslyby for governor T. J. Laud Brown, a responded to Clerk Circuit
; !staid mothers and fair, the Court
daughters at Ocala
I 14 of: ideas of them was a unique one of toast, "Woman the Pia., on
Governor Broward. Too governin candidate for United States senate I Ocala lJnkno\V December 11 .1907-
addressed to Quantity
and Ocala has the honor of its inauguration every candidatefor in the Equation lie names the
dlwuswtl state questions at length and president of the Florida State j of Lite." The to following witnesses
office requesting them to lion prove
and it may be continued in abstain Mr. McNamee his contlnuou!
jj Is residence
but be made no announcement as to Fair Association Congressman Spark beIng on. up-
; and
j from wine at the banquet extended to the strite for Cultivation of, the land
-- --- ------ that :
Ma political Intentions. man, Tampa; B. E. McLin of the department FOR SALE-140 acres of land. Apply 1 the guests of Ocala, who attended the for the United, ; must come In the race James Ed Harvey of SparFla.,
States Vaughn
of agriculture, Tallahassee; I or write P. A. LJddell, Santos, IrIa. "coming out" convention, given by Is Wy senate, and "' Abraham of Sparr. Fla.

Of the state house officers, CommisI' A. p Jordan, editor of the Punta GorJ ] 10-ll-5tw 1 1'iL the board of trade, In honor of the Ocala Is to one announce o( the himself, Joseph Smith Howell of Sparr of'sparr, Fla.. Fla.

1 most leautm,, HENRY S. CIIUBD.
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l THE[ C COME-OUTERS[ CAME[ (,I rect could< vote only of be the accomplished by a dl- repast: which was served at the "com PAGE SEVEN

had people after the legislature ing out" banquet was a final evidence v"" -.Nl 3

r-t by taken the initiative step i of what his popular house Is capable
(ConiYaued >COnd passing a bill effecting it. "Other
Page.) of doing On
every was heard

..itie to take care of business offered but campaigns this appears have been to be'hot a cold air' water ones I words of the highest praise for his untiring l

etc. 'I one." said Mr. Gilchrist. He said that their stay attention here. to Besides his guests the during Interior

Mr. Juts Solomon next the drainage laws KEATING
enteredthe left
nothing for the
I decorations the
front of the house &
race for railroad commissioner j governor to do but spend that 5 cents I presented a gala appearance by the l CO
an I
.and bating had many years' expert- do acre drainage tax and if he can't generous display of flags.

ence as a traveling nun, claimed that that" he must resign "I'll not reosign After the repast and during the .

he knew the needs: of Floridians along said the speaker; "I have no hours of speech
thi about -. .... barrel or Jug cigars were
a anyone lie and I don't want the passed the .
among guests which had
told wveral very amusing incidents hple of those who think
they'll own been
especially manufactured for the
WI connt'Ctt'with traveling In this state me.< Now, show your good sense by occasion by Mr. Charles Peyser's famous WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS

' and one of local Interest, that was esIclally electing his me." Mr. Gilchrist outlined El Tropico factory, each having

!I well received. Ills earnest. policies pretty thoroughly, and a handsome band with the inscription

I i ness of p.*ech and evidence of the numerous interruptions by applause "Coming Out Convention Ocala,

thought given the matter created showed that he had quite a November 14. 1907." The fame that

, quite a favorable Impression, and no sprinkling of hearty supporters in the El Tropico cigars have already ac Ocala Floridai :
1 doubt wli-n the primaries are over he quired could hardly be elaborated on ,

will have made a strong race if George G. Mathews, Marion's
not representative here.Suffice it to say that! all pronounced

: .a winning one. "If! 1 don't accom- at the last session of the them Al and complimented i

. IIUih an'j hing. I'll come down at the legislature, but at present editor of I Mr. Peyser on his enterprise in getting I Orders Are Filled the
! end of my' first term, and tell you Bartow Record, took the stand on them up in such an unique man Day They

, that 1 can't earn my salary," concluded behalf of Hon. John N. C. Stockton of ner. I

Mr. Solomon. Jacksonville:, who could not be present The minutest thing, even to the pa } Arrive

Hon. .. C. Croom then took the on account of pressing businessin per napkins, bore evidence of the day

floor and stated that he was a candi- the metropolis. Mr. Mathews stated which was being commemorated.

date for re-election! to the office of l that he had not at band the platform I RYE WHISKEY. I
I comptroller. He made a short, but upon which Mr. Stockton would Mayor Iziar, in his capacity as toast- l Per Gallon. SPECIAL 4QT.OFFERS I

I run, but he knew from his mtster on this added I i Star Rye . . .. . .$1.50 I Qt. Bottle.
well directed speech, telling of his long ac- occasion new I 1 Red Rock Rye . .. . 1.75 I
watchfulness over the state's funds uaintance and close friendship with L laurels to his already rich fame byl I Keystone . . . . 2.00 I Belle Isle . . .. .. .| .75

Among othv-r unjust laws for the raising him that he could be safely relied l the mirth and good.! cheer which he I Belle Isle .. ... .. . ... 2.50 I King of Kentucky.. .. .. .. 75
Log Cabin . .. .. . . .. 3.00
of revenue he spoke of the onlevying e upon as a representative of the common infused and instantly became foie c-: Keating'a Pride ... . . 3.00 FOR $2.90 I''I Uncle Joe . . .. .. 1.00\
. . Strauss Royal Reserve ... ... 1.00
people. He heaped tious throughout the Monogram . . 3.50
1 toll on the state banks, while eulogies on room. I We will send Old Maryland Rye .. .. .. . 1.00
the head o Uncle: Joe . . .. . .. 3.50 express
the national banks went free of it so of the absent candidate and Those who responded eloquentl o Pilgrimage .. ... .. .. .. 4.00 prepaid 4 foil quarts! 0 fiOld Harvest Corn . . 1.00
far as the state was concerned. He said that the people of Florida would and wittily to the toasts were Congressman -i I Fern Hill. . . . .. 5.00Strauss' I Pilgrimage ... ... .. ... 1.23
Cascade .. .. . . . .
J' 76 . . .. .. 5.00 RYE
offered his congratulations to the financial certainly do themselves credit to electIr. Sparkman, Governor Drow.ard !White Oak . .. . .. . 1.25
:\ Stockton, a type of the ideal man Hon. Jefferson Browne, Hon. Juo i CORN WHISKEY. --- -- I Fern Hill . . ... . .. 1.50
institutions of Florida for I} Tennessee Corn .. .. .. .$1,50FOR X3,50 i, Strauss' 7S .. . .. .. 1.50
their business qualifications and the hood, to the high once of governor.At S. Beard, lIon. W. A. Holloway, Mr..l I North Carolina Corn . . .1.75 ,Old Oscar Pepper (not In bond). 1.50

this juncture it was nearly Jules Solomon, Editor Adrian P Ju r- I Statesville: Corn . .. . 2.00Mountain' >> ( We will send expressprepaid t I Planters' .. . .. ... .. 1.50
splendid manner in which they hadweathered d I Corn . .. . 2.50 4 full quarts of I Black and White Scotch .. ... .. 2.00
night, and Mr. Harris announced that Ian and Hon. Robert McNamee: sooncomment Old Harvest Corn . .. .. :tOO I
the conditions of several I 1 Mt Vernon .. .. .. .. ... 1.75
the convention would adjourn until l on which appears elsewheren GIN. ROYAL
weeks ago and said that there was I
after supper to meet at the court today's paper. Swan Gin .. .. .. .. .$1.50Tom RESERVE GIN.
not a bank in the state that could not ouse. Though Editor Claude of Gin .. ... .. .. .. 1.75 Per Qt Bottle.
take care \of Its business if properly! L'Engle ,I Holland Gin . .. .. . 2.00
At the Court House After Supper the Tallahassee Sun escaped thej Crown Gin . . . . 2.50 FOR J3.50 London Dock Gin ... ..$ .75
treausl bi Iie patrons. He spoke of I Tom Gin ... . . .. .. /L'
state's ,'! Perfection Gin . . .. 3.00 I 1.VV
The speaking at the court house after man hunters for quite a time ;
th<' nmgibility of an extra session of We- will send 4 full qts. : Holland Gin . .. . . 1.00
supper was even more spiritedand some months ago, he couldn't shake RUM. Phosphate Gins .. .. . . 1.50
the legislature, but &::',ll no one except off I New England Rum .. . .$2.50 OLDHARVEST Booth Tom Gin. . .. . 1.50
the !
the governor himself knew whether was punctuated with more ap- persistency with which he Jamaica Rum . .. . . 3.09 MALT WHISKEY.
'lause' than that of the day. vas called upon by those present, for I J BRANDY. CORN
such would be
a step taken or not. I
,I '\. Mr.- Hon. Geo. G. Mathews in a very a speech at this time. He reluctantly) Blackberry Brandy .. . .$1.50 The best goods to Per Qt. Bottle.
J. M.
: Barco, the only Marion {I ... beDufy's Pure Malt .. .. ..$1.00
Apple Brandy . .. . .. .. 3.00
Consented ,
d UBIY man to even intimate that be graceful and fluent speech presented to entertain them but t-tat- I Peach Brandy .. . .. .3.00 had for the money i! Bowman's .. . . .. .. l.lf
he claims of lion. Park M. Trammell ed that the conditions surnjumlum I, i SWEET GOODS.
; would like to serve the people in a : i WINE. j I
.for United States senator, and paid him did not allow him to do so iu a FOR $6.00 Per Gal.
public capacity then presented himself ;1: Catawaba Wine .. .. . .$1.50 j Peach and Honey "a" grade ..
him a magnificent tribute. manner ia which he possessed "lon;i, Port Wine . .. .. . 1.50 W* will send express Peach and Honey "aa" grade .$1.50 2.00

as a probable candidate fort Hon. John S. Beard was next introduced suits." His bright and witty con I! Blackberry Wine . . .. 1.50 prepaid 4 full quarts e f. Rock and Rye "a" grade . 1.50
t comptroller. However, he would float t I i Sherry Wine . . . . 1.50California Rock and Rye "aa" ..
grade 2.00
present say positively whether he and for almost an hour was ments upon the speeches made b\: i Cognac . . 3.00 STRAUSS FAMOUS! Orange Brandy . .. .. ... 3.00

listened to with rapt attention as he those before him brought loan tliej:: ;I! Imported Port Wine . . 4.00 I; Banana Brandy . . . 3.00
76" ;
would conttliitlr.. Croom for the I . I RYE
Imported Sherry Wine 4.00
forcefully dove-tailed fact after factof house, and added much to the I I Apricot Brandy .. 3.00
comptrollership or not. Ho would
the unconstitutional adoption of ularity he has already [ POP-I
know by January 1 if he could arrange -
the] federal constitution. He also throughout the state. i
hU business:: for the race. He
dwelt forcefully and logically on the This leads us also to state that the
thanked the state for their 0
press power of the state legislature to passstate speech of Editor Jordan, giving thej I
many kind words of encouragement SSend
a prohibition measure. strong points of the press and e&pe-
offered him during the past few '
Mr. Beard produced a most faro ro. cially his remarks impaling the mercenary
month He l:,aitI, however, that he
, ble impression and the ladies covered press, was received with
had naught tn iticize of the presentIncutJbt
'' ? him with approving smiles and the spontaneous applause. It was discovered I
>n t dI1linlst rat Ion.
gentlemen with vigorous applause. that Editor Jordan was as good I

Mr. H tidy; Crawford, the next T. J. iud-Brown was next Introduced at making briliant speeches as he 't sl #y */&* AAA* MIVVV\IVV\AAAVVV\i
S rrodnced, said that he was II
and made himself conspicuous! at spinning marvelous fish stories.
% orator but wanted to announce
no by making the wittiest speech pf the I\ NOTICE I I
, that be was candidate for re-elec-
, a occasion if it be true that wit is Notes I i t f
tlon to t' office of secretary of state. !1--- :
He male address and measured by brevity. The board of trade is under special '; Notice is hereby given that the fol-i I Ii "
a pleasing 'Sold
was complimented thereon by the He put a great deal of ginger into it obligations to the members of the :j'i lowing, inspectors have been appointed by KNIGHT & LANG, Ocala Fin,
and it was catching and for a few Metropolitan Band for the splendid ,
to serve at special election Xovem-
master of ceremonies. I
Hon. Jeff B. Browne one of the minutes the building was delirious music furnished during the day's and j I ber :29, 1907, Martel Special Tax Road j jI I You see these words on nearly every wagon that drives by your

with hand-clapping. evening's festivities. Each member j I District, viz: H. L. Seckinger, Arthur door, and the same could be said of Carriages, Buggies and Harness.
most all round popular public men in
r Congressman Sparkman was the should feel proud of the'many corni -i Gallipeau, H. W.; Long. I There must be a reason for this-and there Is-a good one: When we
the then introduced, and
was I
\ last speaker and the warmth of h 3 pliments paid them on their proficienjcy. Witness my hand and seal of of- began doing business with the people of this vicinity we decided to
said that he did not to be
as care I
i reception plainly indicated to him fice. '! handle only a line of goods that would need rio apology. The resultis
credited! with that he .
saying things ,
that he In the house of his *
1 November 9, 1907. apparent already. We reasoned that we could not afford to handle
did and his sayings
not say. hiving
, friends. To Postmaster Crom too much (Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK, the Shears, Sawbuck & Co.'s, or mail order house quality of goods,

misinterpreted, he had prepared a Opening this peculiar unique and praise cannot be given for his preparations 2tw. Clerk Bd. Co. Comm'rs. as we must do business with our neighbors and not with customers a

written' document for the occasion, good natured gathering in a speech at the band stand. He is a minute thousand miles distant .Our lines have been carefully selected. Our
which fe would rt'all.tr.. Browne
that oratorical
II was an original gem man. NOTICE

said in part: "I am here to announce Mayor Izlar dismissed it also in a S S WHITE HICKORY FARM AND TURPENTINE

I. my candidacy for governor of the manner that produced general good The management of the affair were Notice is hereby given that the following

state of Florida and solicit your support humor.On especially gratified at the presence of inspectors have been appointed t WAGONS <*

\ unless the democratic party is to account of the lateness 'of the the !ladies at the court Louse during e to serve at special election November

( be committed to the policy of takingits the are built and sold on honor. We carry a full line of
hour and the lack of space the echoesfrom evening's speech making, and 29, 1907, Cotton Plant Special Tax

governors from Jacksonville exclusively the banquet will have to go their enthusiastic interest in the pro- Road District vizJ.: F. Parker, C. R.

and leaving the rest of the over for tomorrow. ceedings no doubt did much to inspire I Veal, C. W. :Miller. EVERYTHING IN VEHICLES AND ACCESSORIES

(Continued from Third Pae.) the candidates to do their level best! Witness
my and seal of of-
t j We have HARNESS for the Florida mule as well as for the 51000
Y fetate to content Itself with minor offices. THE "COMING OUT" BANQUET i in their efforts to win votes at the fcoming .
driver. See for in
us anything our lines and we assure you that we will
1 will conduct a clean cam primaries. November 9 190' .
I < strive to please you and "make good Yours very truly,
paign. The spirit that! prompts a candidate The Closing Feautre of the Day Was (Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK, I

to tear down the reputation of Pronounced a "Corker" by The Elks as usual, did the proper !I 2tw Clerk Bd. Co. Comm'rs. : KNIGHT & LANG.

his opponent unfits him for an office Our Visitors thing by throwing open their doors:L ---- ,

of to the strangers in the city and bid- : .
that requires the exercise con ]
According to announcement H IT WILL
I Btructhe abilities He will destroy ding them welcome to the privileges -....
the closing of the "coming out'
instead of upbuilding. 1 was one of of the club. i I

convention was celebrated with a i I PAY YOU 1!
. the leaders m the great antieorl'oratlon Ii i
the Ocala House by the The committees ----- -
fight in isai and succeeding banquet at of the board of ---

t years, and am not a new comer to the Ocala board of trade. Besides the trade who have so persistently worked !'f you have on hand to sell, or if yo" John M. Graham W. lJ. Graham !

I cause ot .he people. I have always candidates and other prominent visitors for the success of the "coming out" :, are thinking of coming to Flor

. favored ajstrong railroad commission, there were present a number of convention may well feel proud of the GRAHAM BROTHERS
Ida to make it home,
J'5 1 was the first advocate of the state the business men of the city, and it part they played: in making it a suc- your or i

(r.;4( regulation of primaries. A select few was the unanimous opinion of those cess. if you desire to invest I Marion County Abstract Company.

attendance that it one of tt' .
in was
want all the offices. They want the 5n any kind of Flol'I I
and most elaborate affairs Among the brethren of the state i
th best arranged ,
voters to be 'people's men, but e) Fire Insuranceon
want no 'people's men' as candidates of its kind they had ever attended. press who graced the convention with ida property, !

but tht'U1:>t'I\'t'S. I am not the can dl- their presence were Editors Jordan I SFE OR WRITE TOJ. City Property. .'' Farms end: FonT) Lands for Sole I
tables reaching from end I to of the Punta Gorda !feral, Carnes of

tlon date; of not any a corporation corporation,man clique or or a corporation fac. end of the Ocala House dining rooms, the Tavares Herad, Ruhl of the Fort '! J. IL LIVINGSTON&! I SONS : Investments ;

candidate; did not consult were ladened with everything that Myers Press Holly of the Orlando,!I NO. MAGNOLIA ST. OCALA, FLORIDA 0i i

with any railroad man about my can goes to make a feast, for feast it was Reporter-Star, Ferris of the Orlando 0 Fjeal) Estate Dealers. ---- ,

record in every sense of tbe word. Included Sentinel. Peacock of th e Dunnellon 0
squarely upon my
dldacy. I stand :
commissioner. 1 in the elaborate bill of fare were advocate Humphries of the Braden Orala. Florida

as a railroad saladpotato town Journal, Lambright of the Tam 1 '- -- -- --- I
oysters, olives, pickles, shrimp -- -
or to control I I
will not attempt to dictate |iJ. R. Moorhead, D. S. WoOdrOw,. .
hl salad baked turkey, roast pa mews, L'Engle of the Tallahassee WINcHuTuiGuns
the -
favor pro
o the legislature. Sun, Koonce of the President Secretary. '
h4qttors veal boiled ham bananas, apples, Sumterville I
#tkm of the sale of intoxicating B. J. Potter Gen.
I I wil oranges, cakes, several varieties of Times and several others whose Mgr.

t y In the btatu of Florida. controtU light wines, coffee, etc. names we failed to get. WOODMAR SAND AND STONE COMPANY

I not attempt to Influence or For this elegant spread and the Builders of Cartridges and Shotgun Shellsare

selection of my successor. splendid manner in which the whole General Gilchrist liberally distributed CEMENT SIDEWALKS ,
Mr. Browne nu-ech was a strong his famous
permit affair was pulled off, the credit is due "Gilchrist" cigars to Dealers In easily distinguished from other makes which
one throughout, and if sllartt the voters on the
tfld we BbouM Us pleased to reproduc.1L Messrs. E. P. Thagard. C. \V. Hunter grounds. LAKE WEIR SANDManufacturera equal them neither in qualitynor reputationby the big

John B. Floyd and Emmett Robinson of

AlWrtV.' GllcbrW, tlw famous D*- The room and tables were artistically David He Parker Fought at of Gettysburg Fayette, N. Y.. ,CONCRETE BLOCKS,

the speak decorated with palms bamboo who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes: PAVING MATERIAL W
Boto statesman nest he vines and flowers of all descriptions, "Electric Bitters have done me more FENCE POSTS, Etc.
*T'. statid. He announced that stood than medicine I
the center any ever took Estimates and plans furnished 1n' .
great.tatt' while a large flag occupied For several TVA0C 11411I MS. 10 U. ( P.f.OIr,
this I had
wanted tt be years stomach trouble
governor the artistic: taste displayed in and contracts taken !
"If I paid out much money for mad
and in his own language these decorations thanks are due tMr. icine to little purpose until I began: P. O. Box 956 Ocala, Florida ': which appears on every package of Winchester

don't go It will be because I don't get. I>. Woodrow and Captain Hugh taking Electric Bitters. I would not: goods. The big red W is to guns and ammunitionwhat

totes enough; and I'll think you poopie take $500 for what *>.cc have done for I E.P.GUERRANTVETERI the word "Sterling" is to silverware the world
Williams. "
thing when >o>u me. Grand tonic for the aged and
don't know a pood Mine Host Maloney did hlmseltproud for female weaknesses. Great alterative over. Therefore for your own protection always
that the question ARYSURGEOS
are it.He Hated in the manner in which he and body builder; sure cure for

of prohibition had nothing to do with treated his guests throughout their lame back and weak kidneys. Guaranteed Opposite Banner Office Look for the Big Red W"

. the gubernatorial race as It requirea by Tydings & Co., druggists.
change! of the constitution, and this stay in! his hostelry, and the elegant i 50c. x OCALA :-: FLORIDA i BBMmBHi Mil



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Ocala Fla., Nov. 16 1907.
J. M. Meffert, Esq., Ocala, Fla.: ----
Dear SIr-We, the undersigned cltUeus .- ....
of ward No. 2, In the city of ..........*....... 4................................................... .
Ocala, beg that you will stand for election ........ ..tMMIIMI.
...... i -e
as alderman for ward No. 2, at ....
the election to be held December 10, : : --
1907: + e 1!
+ ......
Louis R. Chazal, Stephen Jewett,
lward holder G. S. Scott R. E. == : :
W. L. Jewett, T. B. Snyder ----- ,I
J. T. Cohen, R. B. Bullock, T. W.I iA. BRO I & BROTKr" Ii I IE
Troxler. L. S. Beck, J. A.; Campbell, i U
(;. W. :Martin E. C. Bennett Wm j
Z. C. Cham-I It
i Anderson T. T. Munroe.
t bliss P. II. Nugent. W. E. Bryant, C.I :' i ::
L. Oittinger. Chas. Rheinauer, M. M.1 I j
f Little, Ben Rheinauer, C.1.. Living- : WHOL5J-U'J j ( OE5 : ::

itflO, F. E. Wetherbee, IIV.. Jones ..
U. W. Clarkson, E. P. Thagard Abe,, ::: : :1 QH r ..rS3rW !.r..T i. : .rrrl'i -t:=-b! :J..r.v: ri : : ::

mown, J. F. Williamson, W. W. cs-P i
... Frank Harris, Jas. B. } -- + .\. --u
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Jr., Jno. W. Pelot, E. T. Porter, J. H .
t' U\"i OKIli tOil, Isaac Stevens, II. S. Cham- 9'S.+ .
bin A. W. Bridges, N. Peyser, David WI-. + .# ..... i
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S. Woodrow, J. A. Jordan, W. II. Pow- j '
ere R. 8. Hall Chas. Peyser. Chas. t1f>- .. ... j
J. Phillips. D. II. Smith, R. A. Burford.II. 0- : ..I
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Benjamin, A. E. Gerig, Thos. S+'x-I 1 + 4

UW. John W. Pearson, W. D. Graham. i .. .. 1
A (.. Ular. George II. Ford Gen: II fU I
mean, J. E. Chace, R. D Fuller. C. % 1
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B. Thomas, A. P. Gilmore, W. S. Uul- ., IG
kick T. II. Harris, R. T. Adams, rims. "' .t 1
II. Half, I- H. Robinson D. A, Miller! .

+ c ; 4 w1I1 t t tz
llftfl. L W. liuvtil, Ocala Fla.; : + vi
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D ar ilr=-Wi', thu uiul rKlKiied (IIIt.ntr C'J-- ...
of ( win.. ri'tjiu'Hi that )'(w wll! .....
Otttd. fur ra-lwctlon fur the ulll(-+' t.r -- .H ...

......mall..t.larlc for the city IIr t "i 2 4 ...
election too be belt Drcemb tI
Ocala ....
W. W7! : I ....
John W. Pearson, Geo. R. SIcKean.B. S>- ...
J. Potter, Louis R. Cbazai C. S.eott +
One thousand bushels Texas Red Rust
$ E, W. Davis G. W. Martin, J. i
W. Sylvester, Jake Brown, 0. T.
Grttl, Jno. W. Pelot, J. F. WilliamMM : i

Thou. Sexton, R. T. Adams, T. Ii. tia--

Z.Harm C. Cbamblisb.A. C. Burnett. L. Ditto T. B.David Snydl'\S r. One thousand bushels Burt or 90-Day I i Ii )

Woodrow D. S. Williams. Edwin 4
L... .
ipencer, E. E. Robinson, A. J. Beck --
Jao. M. Martin, C. Carmichael H. C. t
JlMes, 8. T. Sistrunk, R. R. Carroll, t fSeed Rye and Chicken: Wheat] 3

Sid R. Whaley, C.1.. Livingston. ),1. + .
-- # .....
C. Lucien It. W. Flinn, P. V. Leafood. \'- : ..
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Frank Harris, "nest egg," C. : ; ___
R Thomas E. il. Howard C. E. SIcUB 0-- + __
J. 11. Spencer, J. A. Pittman G. C>- ++ ..
C. Crow George H. Ford, II. G. Ea. i....
..... E. P. Tfcasard Wm. Hocker,
G. T. Maughti .C L. Bittinser, JCKflkttford. : ----- --- i
L. J. Knight S. A. Raw Is, E. .
V Bennett, J. D. Robertson, B. F. Bor- : S
,:' dea. '". L. Martiuot. P. H. Nub; nt,
_1 E. Yoage, B. H. Clark. \\". II. Clark It.I,I I Jellies Jams and Preserves in i

Jr. I Ii H. Norris \V P. Edwards, Wm. ,
Tucker Hugo Russell John SI. Gra L- "
bam R i-;. Tucker, C. L. Moon.-. t ..., ;Jw.
E t tin and glass -,
Robertson for Mayer I ISaKI' ? ::
the iK'titiou signed by quite a I := : ::
1W1U11t'r ui vtrs asking Sir. J. D. Uoh-
,.,bon tu lua candidate fur mayor of ::: : -4 '
tn-ala was pr;tited Saturday morning, I S
the fii'iiMint!: ; iiaities hiv: been ad l---.- .
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ded. I .
it \\ n.i.u J W. Kea G.V..
CVii'Ltdi i K: I. t'aruev, L J. Hrur.ii 20 and
i 30-ponnd pails Jelly MinceMeat and f j
h C Jot,--, J. T. I'olun B. !F. ,
IWJ.. It M Smith, V. L. Williams.J _
J K \\' 'JI"'OU. LV.. Hall W. H.
HtHl-on, K:. P Tliagard. Glover W. :Miitar I i :
F \\VtherUee. ', J. A. Pittman.J. It Cranberry auce .
P Gallowav; Chas. IVxser" Ed A. -- __
fu>- t ..
Hal> I5anc> Spencer. Baxter (Cam *
Tho E I'aatur. H. I'. Hittin H R.Tarn. .. : -4

.:1. to:. 'Williams, Pat Gilleu, J. *> Dates C llrrants: Figs Primes and 3
H. Benjamin. O T. Green Jno. \V. Pe i
tot M C. IX b. Wm. Tucker, S. T. 4.l6lrUl1h.
C. Carmichael W. E. HudMi. 85* .
P. V. l 'aveugoo
U. T Xattghs. C. II. Hendricks. E. C + .
M tetith. C. V. Roberts R. L. Carter. .1.1 _---_--
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L. kiwoak. J. S. Leach, J. W. huutor.

t Mar-mot. .I E i L L Raisins and Nuts to arrive by the 10th ?3

..".... J. W. Hopkins, J. Leland + .....
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[ S..oaa. Jr.. J. G. Smoak M.V.. SlcO -
.1' .... C. M. Livingston. G. A. Canm ::: i i ,

ilttcl. W. M. Bangs C. H. Mathews, ;
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C8M MurdU. John T. Moore Georire .
...,. H. U. SIcDavid. D.V.. TompK ; ,

k.1L W. Ditto W. A. Kallenben
Let Us Have Your ; .
Oaala the "Coming Out" City Orders i
Before the "coming out" convention j jtom
Melt/ few
newspapers were suspicious
: Nuntgf to ascribe sinister motives to I : i
the proposition, : one newspaper said I r.>- t + ...
tin-re was a "nigger In the woodpile:"I! ....
..other said that Editor HarrU had 1 : 4J4
a HMI political Joker" bidIII Instill -- ....... ee.oe.owweo ooeo9eeo.e..........+............+oee.eee.eeeeeer.e.eee.e .-. '
ttlrrve:. another said it was a!' .eo..........e+.....+e ........+e...oe...e= -0.
arheut. 'ii "pull the !leg" of the can.: -
diddle*, but It wan iifccertaincd thai E -
+ ,, I
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"ot uf il.t e things occurred llou-,
1 qui't'! IIalutt I were tossed at every I Yours for more business -== ,\\

1''Ii.fi''%I' .unl\ every candidate! and,, "
'''III., : in1,I'd to tI'ir! respective'' > -
hi in.'. I.,.. b.1| and granted indeed I -- '
th ', a'-i i MI tough d'! .I1-hied! that'j ..411

nl. *.1111 '" maKe it a i>.\iiii.> iu state)! A' E'ROWN 4 4' ,
r lM.,'It!It. Itlll' Oncla u:ta christened! !! E BRa 4.
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Alabama Prohibition Bill ,
Mt-aiKutnery. Ala., Nov. 15.-The
+fL u* committee s.
on temperance to-
day sjrt-vd to report favorably the }
f f tHI'hltluu, bill already passed by tIlt' OCALA FLORIDA ,
i 1..111.' ., with an. amendment that all ; .
I <- I
to, W dry by January 1. and in i .

Uw MHMfc la u.*nut w to uii go\g Into after effect that until date Octour the- :?i'' & 6'' '6"" ." 6 664 6 66 Ej( A-'

j E3r 6"" 666&'A&' ,d *t. .

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