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 29, 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
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''e t........e.........o......40NN0..40NN.NNN I 1 From Last Fridays Daily. PLEA FOR PURE MILKAs I I Incorporated. Capital $50,000

.......1iNNiN...N ati.70.a...4N.L+0404+0N40's I FUNERAL OF MRS OWENS I !
1 Ocala is making str':,les! in the

: i's i i For the Best Value I The remains of Mrs. James B. Owns i line of improvements etc., the citi- THE MUNPOE S CHAMBL1SS B1N1

e j (- were buried in the family plot in : zens are sadly neglecting their saniTary -

a *. GET A .e 'I Evergreen cement ry, this city, j?sti-r-;: conditions, and especially; as pertains !' Is making loans in moderate amounts, !

4 i 1 p ee : I. day afternoon at 3 o''-..oeri:, A I largenumber to human health li is a known to regular customers

o i \ of the friends and neighborswere I
.". 25cBOX fact that most, cases: of sickness: are i;
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.. tl ,i ta++e
present at the burial as a last
l from infectious bacteria,
'ill Oc) .o-\ cause' '
. < mark of esteem to the ct-astd.
OE OUR : : and. first: of all. we may consider T. T. MUNROE, President.Z.
. 4E Many, too, attended from Ocala: especially -
t fiiilk, as we consume more milk than C. CHAMBLISS, Vice PresidentA.
of the older citizens. jUev. j

: | :+ STATIONERY : : 'I' \\". H. Dodge of the Pre>b\ier- any other nation and it may be stated .. E. GERIG, Cashier.

: lan church a friend of the family im: that milk is the chief cause of a ,----- -
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rS O Jacksonville, Rev. W. Y. Plumm of'' large percentage of all our epidemics.
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> I furnishing milk in Ocala would resort Not a Tragedy as Was First Reported
IS 4t the Baptist church at Sparr, and Dr. For the people in general and especially i

Carroll of this city, assisted at the invalids infants and young to such a fraudulent practice.As Ocala was considerably stirred up

I is i i Postoffice Drug Store i; sot,-nrn obsequies Dr. Carroll preach children, the question of a pure milk bacteriologist once stated finds when tbat a an sample eminent of Tuesday when Sheriff Gordon received -

{ ing the funeral oration. He paid a supply is one of the foremost sanitary market milk in his city contains more a wire from Alachua county's sheriff

m I : beautiful and touching eulogy to the problems. As stated above, the quantity
stating that a man, whom Mr. W.
germs than an equal quantity of sew-
. + deceased and said that she had finished of the staple dairy products
9 age in the same city it suggests some- H. Clark of this city had a difficulty
: Prescriptions Prepared Properly : : i her course, had kept the faith, (milk, cream butter and cheese) thatis I
9 1 thing should be doing. with at Orange Lake Monday morning
and had left a glorious legacy to her consumed annually make it all .the I
n What has been said about milk will
: t e and the that such foods was dead and to arrest Mr. Clark
: ........................................444.4.. offspring that sweetness of more necessary apply equally as well to meat. All
her influence had not been restrictedto should be pure and wholesome. Great and hold him for further instructions.
. ............................................... towns now that have a sanitary inspector
.a her home, but had been a blessing Britain is said to consume annually have their meat and milk in- The sheriff promptly made the arrest

- -- --- the church and other homes 250,000,000 gallons of milk. The Unit-
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a spectors, and not only has the popu- and all sorts of reports were currentin
l Local and Personal Mrs. J. M. Martin Jr., her son, Albert like the precious ointment in the ala- ed States uses annually 5,209,125,567
: lations of these towns been increased regard to the matter.
Martin and daughter, Miss Willie baster boxes spoken of in the scrip- gallons. Now, these statitstics are
. but the death rate in infants has Sheriff Gordon Mr. Clark, Dr. Walter
Martin, expect to return to the tures will prove as a sweet incense for 1900.
decreased from 15 to 40 per cent and Hood and witnesses of the difficulty
: Mr and Mrs. C. N. Schlemer are at city the early part of this week after and a benediction to too world. The fact that man can contract tu- eye

. Cedar \Kt-yx. visiting relatives for a having attended too funeral of Mrs. There were many floral offeringsand berculosis, typhoid fever, Asiatic I tuberculosis in the same ratio.Let's hastened up to Orange: Lake
get together and establish a Tuesday afternoon in automobiles
J few d f T. Martin's mother Mrs. J. B. Owens at many an eye was dimmed as the cholera, scarlet fever diphtheria infant -
sanitary board and know what we are and instead of finding the man dead
t Ocala. The family have the sympa- preacher touchingly referred to the intestinal diseases, and possibly
I consuming in the way of food and they found him sitting in bed, suffering .
: )Ir. J. M. Itarco, formerly of this thty of their many friends.-Times- consecrated life of this saintly wo- malaria and anthrax by consuming up
1 thereby protect the lives of our fam- from dislocated and
only a : jaw
, city, baa been elected cashier of the Union. man. infected milk makes it of vital Impor- :
ilies. HEALTH ENTHUSIAST. the loss of two teeth
, 4 bank at CI* rwatl'r. tance to the public that such a valua-

' ... ') Dr. Hilburn. president of the Sutherland Wedding of Miss Louise Scott and Mr. ble food should be officially inspected, Have Offices in the Holder Block Mr. Clark and a party of friends

: Mr. and Mrs. James Hudgena of College, was In the city yesterday John Taylor, December Fifth and every possible means should be I The Fitzgerald Company, which will had been shooting ducks on the lake,

Mart.*l the shoppers in I transacting business matters. Mr. and returning home stopped at the
were among Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. Scott have used to keep dairy milk clean, pure begin paving with vitrified brick
t soon
the lirtck City Monday. Hilburn enjoys the enviable reputa Orange Lake station to board the
I issued invitations to the wedding reception and free of disease-producing germs. the streets around the court house
; tion of being one of the most accomplished Recently numerous epidemics of train. At this spot they met the stranger
of their Kathleen and the streets adjoining the
1 Vr. George Haye of Leesburg I educators in the south, and it I daughter the above named infectious diseases square and Mr. Clark asked him it he
Louise and Mr. John have rented room No. 6 in the
Henry Taylor same
: came up Monday for a short visit with id gratifying to the public generallyto I have been traced to an infected milk could tell him whether or not the
where business of
on Thursday evening, December fifth. Holder block, the
her Beam re1\UreiJ.: know that the Sutherland College supply.It train was on time, and he replied to
. The marriage of this the will be transacted. The
I popular young company
is rapidly growing in popularity Mr. Clark in some foreign tongue, and
t is also essential that the inspecto -
Ml** Myrtle Vtngst of Conton. Min I' couple will occur at too home of the office is in charge of Capt. Hugh Williams -
t throughout the country and the prospects prevent the use of preservatives in the latter in order to give him a Roland
iM.*ota I.l spending a short while in bride's parents at six o'clock, at which who cordially invittes anyone
t for its future greatness are as I dairy products because such drugsare for his Oliver spoke to him in
, Mrs. I.W. only the and most intimate having business with the company
I OcaVa, the guest of fiev. and I family any Indian-some words that he learnedat
bright as the noonday sun.-Tampa the
injurious to body.
friends wil be After the to call on him there.
Ogle>. I present. cer-
Tribune.Mr. school and had never forgotten.
Commercial preservatives are used
1 q The fact that this will
emony a large reception will be held company
When he completed his sentence too
of Leroy. from six until ten. by ignorant or unscrupulous dairy soon begin paving the streets does not
Mr. Stoabom Weathers,
substantial far-
W. R.
Bryant a man looked at him and called a
and milk dealers in order to
Weathers, men prevent them from going on with the
brother of our Mr. a A. of Belleview and to
mer a subscriber: d-n liar and reached for Mr.
visitors to Jury List for December TermS. keep the milk sweet for a long time. C'.ntsruction of cement sidewalks, in
t oar aqiong the bunlness this paper, was In Ocala on Monday Clark's gun, when the latter struck
f J. McCully, W. T. Henderson, J. There may be no intentional wrongon which business they have been engaged -
) mlay.Mr
C kola and left on our table a sweet potato him.It.
F. Luffman. A. S. Sandifer, W. Rainer, the part of the milk vendor. But in this city for several months.
t r which when it was first dug weighed seems that the man was an officer -
home I Tom Mitchell, A. A. Olin W. A. ignorance and innocence may be ex-
0 M l.. Durand returned seven pounds. Mr. Bryant had 150 in the Philippines and learned
fortnight's i Counts Charles Bayles. W. A. Bryant cusable as long as human life is not The Culpepper Meeting Called Off
.'i ii>rat days ago from a pounds of very beautiful honey, which something of the Taglag language,
-' Dunnellon andiht W. M. Gist. W. T. Forbes, J. F. at stake. But when human health is A telegram received from Rev. J. B.
1 I MI to relative at he found no trouble in selling. He I and being somewhat in his cups, want-
q that vicinity Falaney, J. H. Mathews, W. W. ruined and lives are sacrificed the law Culpepper! Saturday stated that his
-r < MI that far his observationgoes. .
says so as ed to have some amusement at Mr.Clark's
I ling J. B. Caldwell, L. T. StrlP-1 I must come to the rescue and protect visit to this city would be posttponeduntil
Belleview will give a decided expense.We .
has returned W. H. Proctor K. H. Adams, public health. The city can performno after the meeting of the annual
Mr ut.-riiuui majority for the "drys" when the elec understand that those living at
lilt t i" ivsiuu his business i Hall, Robert Neal, B. S. Quarterman I II more important function than that Methodist conference in Tampa next '
tion is held. Orange Lake and those who witnessed -
I h !': .. i.', It Foster, after hayI I Dillon Long, J. B. Griner, Calvin Long. I of preventing diseases and protectingthe month. Quite a number went downto the while
{ occurrence, th-v regret
.. i t I ilie funeral of his Death of Little James Bouvier I C. C. Pillans, David Shaw health of its citizens. the church Friday night and were I I it. io not eeiiMitv Mr. Clark for his

'kala.-'Nmes-nlon. oi Moreover when milk is teeming greatly disappointed that this: distinguished I
1,111"t, \ t "I James the little two-year-old son in the tran.-.iction.
Mr. Joe Davis one of the: prosperous with millions of germs that feed upon part
evangelist was not there as
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier died early -
Mr. Clark's Ocala friends
visit farmers of the Summerfield sec- the nutritive materials of the milk its arc rejoicing
pleasant I had been advertised.i Mr.
VS. "Juy..J .1 very Tuesday morning, after an illness oii .
of I I tion was visitor to Ot'alaIonday: value as a food is partly or totally I that ir vaan: ace lltllt and not a.tragt'dy. .
\l\ .u.tay fn m C.aurade C. 0. Priest i two weeks with pneumonia. The lit, is already here, and he will probably .

Mr Red Mrs Frtrt were 1 Besides having an up-to-date farm ruined.! I visit Ocala in Janu-
\111101111\! j tie ft'l1owas very bright and attract I some time I -
They II. tt here I f supplied with the larva mach'uery.! hoI I _Again milk and i's products can be I
I Ihala. ShH"III1I i\e, and his death is a great blow toI I ary. II I His Last Week
has a pecan orchard and is one uf tae adulterated but We rte of our gnat ('t'ducI
ad The had be
I I year gloomily im
I coming men of the county. I mentioning bore as: we hope no one An Event at the Escambia ;
'j II tali'tI I Dr. and Mrs. Richardson, of Board- I' For WillieV,ks, a poor man Sun.
Born. to Mr.: and >?rs. B. S. Bernard -
man. 1 I ,
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\I1"1i-t' Jauif n>a Ethel Scott and I! i------------ at Hot..l 'cambia today a I
services held Wednesday I
The funeral
: were ll"l." n. 'E' He was beset bbill,: and dun,
t! ..I'Y, I v I. returned to their I morning from the home at ten. \I \Jm1Z1WV V I l'g-hter.! : Both mother and child are
And he had verlittle Mon.
after- i doin!! well and "Barney" is ordering
} ,. > Lake Sunday
.. ip I' ume: I o'clock Rev. R. Atkisson offiuating. I
few days : :a bar which will be several sizes ]lar-
lcuding a I
4u ( 1111 I The interment was in Greenwood "
"This cash, said be, "won't dues,
t 4 ,ila Hi:. 0. W. Tompkins sis- I cemetery.Mr. SHOE <--r than common.-Pensacola! :Sews. pay: "
I've nothing here but ones ah Tues.
fiercer Scott.Hw :1 I'I :\[rs. Bernard before her: marriageI
t tiC the and Mrs. Bouvier have the *> ni
9 : :Miss Aurelie Marean of this city
pathy of their many friends in their I A bright thought struck him and he
ta Treat a Sprain great bereavement. I and her many friends here hope that said

:praina. welHng8 and lameness are.iiiiitlj ) THAT FIT THE FEET ( this, little! daughter will live to inherit :
., relieved by Chamberlain's "The rich Miss Goldrocks I will Wed."
the charms and of its mother.
Dr. J. H. Willis of Quincy who was graces
reduces (in-
t..n t Balm. This liniment
that a recently appointed state prison phys i
f! iuiiuatfctn and soreness so Mr. Phillips' Rebuttal But when he paid his court to her
v,1'1 i ,tin ma l t..* cured 'n about ene- ciah, a newly created office, was i iOcala in "
'I,r.1 dat' time required by the usual Monday and registered at lIlt: t J Ocala Fla., :Nov. 26, 1907. She lisped, but firmly said "No, Ttiur.

,118&"nt., Fur salt- by all! druggists. PRICES To the Editor Ocala Banner:
Ocala House. He had just returned I "
The statement made in the Star of "Alas! said he, "then 1 must die.
from a visit to the convict camps oi f
i AN OPPORTUNITY yesterday> by Ed Carmichael that I His soul went where they :say souls
Col. R. F. Rogers at Lynne and :Mr
favorable terms a 90-acre had stricken names from the registration Fri-
i I hart on
H. M. Harp of Eureka, and he desire; ;
i ait.il flue land for trucking; an lists of Marion county is false,
us to say that he found them to tk' THAT FIT THE POCKET .1.1l
s > !t.1! kt+* for Sea Island cotton, per and the gentleman has laid himself They found his, gloves and c".tt and
model camps, and believes they wil
?i, Kn'"tnii. peach orchard or velvet rank with the best in the Vuiteii:: liable! to prosecution for libel under hat
on North u : And the coronor then ih' in Sat.
4 i"nor; situation beautiful; : section 3259, revised statutes, page upon
States. He was specially pleasedwith !:l )
will rail this land, <: : Respectfully P'tck.It .
I i ..k,< Weir, or I :: ,
, the beds tables bathing facilities 112.:1.
: u twelve acre of ati rich land as ; TlieMarion Shoe Goo ; J. P. PHILLIPS.
and indeed everything COllUt'et'J!
".v w Florida upon which there is I I i i Railroad Commjss.nt-'r' :N-won A.

now with thesd camps is cleanly and san- Large Residence for Rent Blitch was in Ocala a fl'w !rugs i between
.<' of the '-'att orange groves itary. The treated ha- (J, M. MeHert D. B. Mayo.) the
prisoners are I The Allred House, near Sea trains on Monday. He was on
interested, write or '
., luring If inanely and Messrs. Rogers and Haissav I BETWEEN MUNROE & CHAMBLiSS AND POST OFFICE. I Il' : Dnard Air Line depot, is for rent. Has his to Oklawaha station, Where
me at l.ake Weir. Fla. within thir- OCALA FLORIDA. : U:: room, and more than an acre of I
I that they find it merely from j: ,
) <: the railroad! commission has dirp.'" I
1 'tt direr flat taut at Waiv .. : 'an 1 R' nt. $20 per month. Apply to"

M_ !t K Itirtihain ll'J'Mt. \, monetary standpoint good t'l-m.- --.v-. Ae7.'J. ..O'Pf.Y,1l'J r ,/ : !la'S.: Woodrow, Holder: Block, the A C. L. railroal! to er.-'f a depot.mwjt.n .
: I I
it'< i>nouito! so treat them: o, a'a.: Fia IM-tf-w.
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L 4 MEET MEAT New Coods Galore I i rvlEETME

, !j Having just rl'tUrH.nl t : N t'y. '!t'K ainl! > iTl"!" 'r )Kjs: > ru t Maik; < s v\ :H''!;: d n! ,,1 >M. '... .II!> :{l'> ''" -1hn flf Goods, I am now it AT

11 prepared to s11'> w to the !luvj' 'to ui this: srcti'Ilt t": _- >i il 1 L L a \ tit, d\ \II :.: 'I ,k! a- '.: i--v i,aiw r before seen hereIn

this s to kill be t\ llld: i tin lt-lte-.t, : iu:; ;.:;i iuat: : :n! vt LADIES' l'it A.ND ."hiKill thrrity.. They are !hand l "

i.: M a r tailored! an i iule!; IIf. tht' l-.t labr.iubiaauibioau'l, ,; ; l in tilt!> ;latent ia..1 hi'nanu.' Ct 'n-i-li.rui: ;; prire and finality! they a- "

j & Il:t i "I. t'.. U' : being\ sold aK.w as it is:; pu>::-iLk to handle tIll t'1dS s ut g "ds.: An mm.eii line of I J K'l.a J 11 0: i

4. Men Clothing and Furnishings

t The store that keeps
'Lt. p. ate that always oleo abounds here, and to. attempt to describe thtm here would! take a full page of this paper's spa--e. Tl.ey must be: m

.II. seen to be appreciated. Then. too. they are being sold at e pet ially attractive prices. Also Boys" Kh-e Pants Suits, i .
l l\'l > full values for sizes 4 to 1 ti. The stock of LADIES' AND HEN'S SHOES BOW being shown here cannot be duplicated in Central!! everything In the line

Florida. All'kinds. tit. m the highest grade patent leather to the bett heavy }lather for hard-wearing purpo.-es. FuL1\l

dollar 1 liue ui' Drt'sr- Hoodsin all kauK! uf Silk. etc. .,Viidei ear fi r tie whole fanih: may be found here ?n-J in fact ev'ryc'1't'I of Wearing Apparel I : I

\ 'spentthere. tltulhll' lly kept In a fir:>: t-tly .s Diy Go* d::; Aie.>. Give n.e a tall ai.d I \\ll"fa\e'} : yuu money.

-t As the store i is crowded !'rrim top to bottom we tare ('compelled to reduce the stock in order t. properlygoous. : old and
for 'OUl1r
t 1 I +! hence the lowe ) .
t dl-l'ii.\] : prices; }pit-vail on the entire tock. tr'

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Cor. Ocala Baaner
Ocala Banner:
Special Cor. Ocala anner: Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Special Cor.
I Miss Lottie Black gave a very de- Harry Baiter Is with us again fnruNew
A Reddick Farmer-The Amusing Stories Misses Carrie and Beulah Holly Last week the writer had the Everything Is very quiet !In our lit-
I of young "
lightful party to several Brighton! Pa., wfer t e boa

Told by "Town and Farm" went up to Ocala Saturday to do some ure of going to Palatka to Plea3-1 tle burg and news Is scarce. I friends Friday night, November 22. I spent the aumnier. 1

Epeclal Cor. Ocala Banner: stopping. annual convention of the Woman's Our farmers have about finished Miss Tillle Pasteur will" entertain
fine weather? If we could Mrs. Holtzclaw Is also t bacx: f-'>m
Jwi't this Mrs. B. L. Hickman and sister have Christian Temperance Union of the grinding cane, and are now putting in several of her friends with a home
enough to fill up the north aDd wsu whtrh
jot have rain her trip *
cute of Florida. The weather was Thanksgiving night
dan on
few days' visit to
returned from
loi le and to ke -P the gardens fresh perfect, and the trip waa most enjoy- oats.Seed Quite a number of our friends are has spent the pant four m iULMr. .
aa4 *e couM ask for nothing friends and relatives at Astor Park. oats are very hlgh-prict, and
grim able in every way. The ladies of Pa. returning home to spend Thanksgiv Thomas Cory la hoaw trim Ban
Gaer. Miss Rebecca Counts haa returned latka the fact may serve to reduce the acre-
Justly of the
are proud good
Francisco to send a part uf fitS "i.
under shelter,
Crops are about from a few days' visit to her aunt, work that has been accomplished in age materially. ing.Mr.. W. B. Coggins sold *wventr and .
ter fishing having KIM;>: .W"
Md a fw are preparing spring Mrs. C. S. Binnicker and little son,
Mrs. Robert Holly, at Grahanvllle. their town and county through the efforts turkeys recently for Thanksgiving: away from the nor ant.. t'l.'jd
while others are working out Mathews of
crop, Charles and Mr. Sam
of the Anti-Saloon League and
Counts Sunday with celebrations.The J. N. DeLow la her from '
their cabbage and lettuce patches.Jai. Claudius spent Mathews of J1. "'' '
the W. C. T. U. The of Marion Jacksonville! girl
women stork left a 10-pound baby 1 "o" ,
DeVure has about quit his store friends in tho Key Pond neighbor Macon and Mr. C. C. Smoak and chil- vllle to stay until January 1. '11)1
county hope we may have Just as Mr. and Mr Rusco on the 20th
with his and bin fru.'
Hd, like Mrs. WiRgs. lives in his cab- hood. dren have been visiting relatives and after grove ship
much reason to be proud of our town ,
14ge patch. Hut Jim doesn't eat Jack Williams of Grahamvllle spent friends here during the last few days. Inst. Ttts larger part of the urains'- r "I,
and county after the coming election Buckley returned Tuesd -
.orb idle bread. If there was noproit Sunday with a bunch of his playmates Messrs. Easterling and Edwards of Mr. Melville has been gathered sad sru' :1."':
frees us from the curse of saloons. Norfolk, where he bad beenon
In farming Jim would just work at Connor.Mr.: Nettles ayfrom ket
Irvine have rented the J. D.
other facts learned about the months.Mr. .
Among the eight
r for
far tie fan of It. But there Is always I Reuben Long, who has been ill plantation and will plant it to water- business past
results of the election at Palatka we Buckley will resume his studiesat How to Curt a Cad
In everything be undertakes.The so long, is improving.
melons.J. .
noticed this in particular: An influential shortly. B i as cartful ai you can, you wil;j;
friends of Mr. M. H. Rou to the illness of his wife in
many .
business tripto
K. Mizson made
man of that town received a Industrious colored occasionally take cold and wh *n ji\
uttl rt' n-t to It-am that he is suffering Ocala Captain Bull, who is building list: of eleven questions from a man in Ocala Tuesday, as did also J. D. Rosa Clark, an Monday. do get a medicine of known r.I.t'l: !

from paralysis: and is quite low Pat R iidall's hotel here, goes home Jacksonville of which in sub- Hicks and son, Oris, of our Oak Hill girl, died of consumption ity, one that has an establish! repulation ,
one Her white and colored friends and that t U certain toS oO"t a I
wttfc but little prospect of his recov- every evening, returning In morn- suburb.Mr. .
stance Is "How do the number of arrests -
: will miss her. quick cure Such a m4irin :* f'bamrlaln'
ery. Probably no man: in :Marion county D. E. Jones and sister Miss Leila -
ing.Mr. for drunkenness in September Cough R*>m 1y It ha*

to better known, and it is the lot of G. T. Maughs and Mr. Charles compare with the number of arrests of Villa Oak were visitors here NOTICE galnnl a world-wide reputation by lu

few m+D to be honored and respected Miller of Ocala came down on the Sunday. remarkable curm of this mOil common
made for the same cause in October -
a* he la by thos who know him. William Howard ,Monday. They are of has ailment and can always be dtpended
Rev. G. B. Thrasher Georgia
? The answer Is 42 in September In the Circuit Court of too Fifth Judicial It acts oo nature plan,
18 official life others may have disa- on a hunting trip in and among our the
been called to the pastorate
and 3 In October. Circuit of Florida, In and for relieves the lungs, aide expectoration

pD d with him on some importantgataUODL continuous woods.A The county was voted dry on the Baptist church here and will preachon Marion County-In Chancery. opens the secretions and aids 1 naturein

but no man who knew him launch containing three men from 30th of September. Some of the best the second Sunday in December. I Alma DeWItt, Complainant vs. restoring the system to a l1"al'h y

s'ser questioned his honor or integrity. Jacksonville passed up the river Mon invited to attend !I condition Dining the many y"an IB
men and women of Palatka put all Everybody is cordially Charles DeWItt, Defendant-Order .
which it has barn in general ue w > 1
He 18 one of the charter memhats day, bound for the springs. The men ,
their energies into the fight leavingall for Constructive Service.It have yet to l learn of a sinRl"! ra 1.+ >f
old :Millwood church and hunters and before going back
tif the ,
were their personal business affairs behind A ministerial student of ColumbiaCollege ii ordered that the defendant cold or attack of the grip ha tn* re
always considered its most im- they will hunt bear and deer In our
wan "
to preach here suited in pneumonia -tijht remedy '
them and going out Into the was herein named, to-wit: Charles D Witt ,
jertMt' member For forty years he big scrub. was: used which .hfJfl "nDru:
county, working with all their heart, Sunday, but failed to come.
be and he i3 hereby required to appear -
M4 official positions in the church Mr. E. 0. Cordrey and Raymond this week sively that it Is a certain pNYfAIU'
The writer visited Ocaa ,
strength and soul. There must be in tbia disease ('tant-.r
to the bill of complaint of that dangerous
Held two weeks ago when as if he Holly went up to the "Coming Out"city
Marion and desires to thank Mr. Lucius for Remedy contains! no >) -
just as good workers in coun- I cause on or before Monday, the 6th laln'a Cough j'
JIM Already had a premonition that Saturday to do some trading. other narcotic and maY b#
ty, so why not have the same resultat the condition in which he is puttingour lum or
I 190S.
fell work was at an end he resigned Here's our hand on that county day of January, !given as confidently to a !baby M 'o lan
road. If he will extend this work
the polls day
Mi position as chairman of the board "coming out" convention. It is further ordered that a copy of i adult. For sale by all >!!' nrirsf, x ,<< ;
Saturday morning, November 23, out as far as Sugar Hammock we will
of those, tonsorial artistat this order be published once a week .
.f towards. lie was one Young Mr. Fort,
1907, Mr. and Mrs. William Farnbach try and be quiet for a time. four consecutive weeks in the A Prophet of Evil!
vkow absence at any church serviceOMM the Arcade in Ocala, attended I '
brought the body of their little seven -- Thomas Clark of Abinnd ,n \ ..i.I .
occurred Oklawaha .Ocala Banner, a newspaper publishedin
:d comment and never preaching: services at the I
weeks' old son, Frank Edward, to Administrator's Notice of Final Dis said county and state. .preacher. politician and profhw; : >
without good reasons. There is not Bridge Baptist church at Lynne Sun-
Belleview for interment. The parents charge. of 1907. i foretold the eruption of M'llun' 1'- ,'-*
This 27th day November
M of the young mother, Mr. and Mrs. F. Notice is hereby given that on the the destruction of Galveston Tia,
W. received an envelope the other Among the visitors to Ocala last!
N. Ramsdell accompanied them to 19th day of August A. D., 1903, the I Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. and other calamities ha mauls a ;pr- ;
All the way from New York, tetl- week were Col. R. F. Rogers and
Belleview. also Miss Grace Ramsdpll. undersigned Administrator of the estate diction that the earth will! 'Jttt! ;
H. D. Palmer D. C.
By ,
tag M what a bad thing prohibition is, Messrs. William Roberts and William
Mr. Farnbach has been in the west for of Henry T. Spooner, deceased, L. S. BECK, stroyed early next year, and that n n :
how it bad ruined Atlanta. New Jersey Henderson.
some time and returned from the will present to the Hon. Josepb Bell, i iI Solicitor. 1129. high in the council of the na'-: : a !
of Maine and how for
Md the state Silver Springs is the Mecca I t
state of Washington only in time to County Judge of Marion county, Florida shortly fall the victims of a.Mas'tibulleta. ).- !
much man liquor was: sold while they straw rides. The Coming Out" city
attend the burial of his little son. my final account as administrator Mr. V. J. Burke, formerly a conductor I
wets dry than while they were wet. I bunched together four wagon loads of
Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved of said estate. I. on the Seaboard and who lived in He also predicts that tb..r.I', r'\:
pose that's what ruined 'emsellingtoo her Baptist young people last Friday
family. Stanton, Florida September 5, 1907 this city. but who went to Columbia, will be another outbreak In 'V Pt:1;:i
much 'llcker. Don't pay any at- evening and wheeled them down Okla
HENRY G. SPOONER, S C. some months ago to reside has ippln's. and That New York tVy RtL!
tMttoa to such literature, as the li- waha way to the springs.Mr. ELECTRA ECHOES
As administrator of the estate of returned to Ocala, and will resume be partiv destroy! by tir* e.iy lumbt'r
f-or interests have a publishing and Mrs. R. Long and children
Henry T. Spooner, deceased. 9-6-6m his run on the Seaboard. D..rt f
house for Retting out that kind of have returned from a week's campingat Special Cor. Ocala Banner:

tuff.. aid never stop to see whether Salt Springs.A Electra and Moss Bluff are havinga .
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what they publish is true or not. TheyfVMtsh man from :Missouri is one of the sweet time now-grinding cane and

Town and Farm in which a recent arrivals in Grahamville.Mr. making syrup. The cane crop in this .

inter wan copied from a Cincinnati and Mrs. William Graham Holly section is very short Mr. Murdock CL01HING DEPARTMENT

piper. telling bow prohibition bad kill- of Atlanta, Ga., have returned to Morrison and Mr. John Martin have

.d a certain town in Indiana. The their Atlanta home from a two weeks' the best crops we have seen.

wMer works and electric light plants trip to the Jamestown Exposition.Mr. Our little teacher, Miss Bishop, has

had to shut down and grass was grow- Oscar Fie and wife, nee Miss the sympathy of the entire community -

tag ta Uwtreels I wrote a man there Flossie Holly, have returned from afew i in her deep sorrow, the death of' OF THE

t* bow If these things were true. days' visit to the Jamestown Ex her brother.

Net aitt'-h," he sal.Ve never had position.The .
Miss Agnes Holly has given out returning -
etoetrtc lights or water: works, except Grahamville school now numbers
to school in Tallahassee ow-

veHi aid cisterns. and all the lights thirty-four pupils. ing to her father's poor health. H. B. Masters Company

fM for by the town were burning CHATTEX CHUM. {Andrew Holden has bought the

JRN. aid they were six coal-oil lamps :
claim on the old Brooks homestead,
4t at the street BAY LAKE BUDGET
on post corners, and has moved on it.

aid instead of grass: growing in the Cane grinding has put a stop to fishing WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE SUITS FOR MAN

afreet the dust: was ankle deep, so Special Cor. Ocala Banner: and hunting for the present Of

JFB 'N how much you can depend on We had a delightful little shower The deer and the fish may now find

TB B and Farm stories. I everybody -
get a copy occasionally.guess last week and consequently everything rest The Feclfteimer & Fishel "EFF- A
looks refreshed.Mr. For here we are too busy: to go la
Mr.! Robert UUhop. who died at the
D. M. Waldron and son, Raleigh their Quest EFF' Make-Latest i
Styles and
Qfttia hospital last
on Saturday: was
last week.A This I his
were visitors to Ocala morning saw a boy on

lfted at the Millwood cemetery on good many of the people are baying way south, hunting a Job. Fashions. Also big assortmentin
Sttiday afternoon, where a large concourse -
our section, as the result of the removal

of his old friends had assembled. of the turpentine still and con- There are boys you'll find in an idle Suits for boys and
Ill* brothers and sisters have young ;
vict camps, and times seem rather mood .

tie sympathy of our people in their lonesome at present. Who say they would work if they i men, odd Pants for men and
cat. bert vt"mt"nt. It is hard to understand -
Mrs. 1. Matchett and our attractive could I
why one and I boys also Knickerbockers.
young so school teacher, Miss Delia Find a job. Now, boys, let us try I We
promising should be called but
away Smith, were visitors at Orange And see if we cannot find out why have
the Lord who rules the universe, i an : Overcoats and Cravanette '
: Springs Saturday evening.Mr. In this busy world, under Heaven'sown : \: 5.
kuuws what is h 'ht. and we will know
Gordon Kingsley is expectingto blue, j Coats for and .4
after a .hile, CAUCUS. men boys. r,
leave us shortly and take up workin These boys cannot find some work to J Jda

SOUTH LAKE WEIR other quarters. tt Hats and Caps--the John B. "

:Mr. Denis Bright of Danville, Pa., <<

f Special Cur ocala Manner: is here loking after his orange grove Are they willing to take the first job I ; z Stetson Derbys and many different ,

and other interests. He will remain in sight,
Mr. and Mrs Clawsou arrived on ..,
with us for a while. To stick to it close, and work with shapes in Hats. wSI
Monday from tin North. They reporta
Mr. Raleigh Waldron and sister, their might
i successful son, and we trust the
tam Miss Clara, were visitors at Fort McCoy Until they find this work wdl done?
saute awaits here at Hotel Lake- tipi
: .hJe.- Sunday. If so, they have mounted a steppingstone

;: Mr. l'. \ Miller and Miss Elizabeth M. and Mrs. R. H. Kinilaw are going ; .1 f;

If Hiidiy arnwd! on Tuesday, so to move to Orange Springs this And if they keep climbing, they'll! tinl l

Lake WT Villa! inow open for another week. the place I.

ara.n. Messrs. Hervett and J. L. Smith They wanted to fill in life's busy race.

were visitors at Dexter Sunday. 1
Mr and Mrs. Harry Groff are entertaining -
Miss Donnie Waldron and her brother But in this race they must cast asid I
foiupauy. ,

Mrs. blue Rawls shot a ten-foot alligator Raleigh, wer visitors at Dexter Every weight that would hinder their! FORM TWO r r

Saturday.The rapid stride; j ,
recently. co vlQHV Iflf 9 rORTY-SlX
,.'' FORM
J What Might have been a serious accident school girls of this neighbor- They will need every power of body 'I' THE FECHHLiMLR lit.:. 'I.NK 1 ISHEL CO.- '-

-f" hood have organized a young ladies': and mind G' THE FEC
; tpJrI 'I i E. neK
i recently.! misplaced switch caused reading club under the leadership of To balance with-or they'll fall behind f ,?i y0hE t Q I r-Cle)1kE5 f t? .T 9

the tog train to run in on a short their accomplished young teacher, ] a LLB4STU; $ ,. .

pur. Some damage was done, but Miss Della Smith. They will meet every And one better flitted to win in the II

aothine serious. Saturday afternoon from 3 to 4 race I Shirts for men and boys J fij

A daughter was: born to Mr. and o'clock at the school house. Will step in bfeore them and take Trunks, Suit Cases and Bags. while

Mrs ROS.I w on Wednesday morning. School is progressing nicely, and the place. JOHN PETER. You should see our line!
Bath Robes
t all the pupils seem to be learningfast. Suspen- .

r, t He Fought at Gettysburg We wish them much success SOUTH LAKE WEIR ders, Underwear, Collars, Cuffs, we have a complete stock to
: JVavId Parker of Fayette. N. Y.,
and may they all continue to do well

I Electric who lost a toot at Gettysburg writes: under the careful management of Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Neckties, Hosiery, Handkerr I
1, Hitters have! done me more make selections from.
P"('d than any medicine I ever took. their teacher. DICK. Mr. Frank Adams arrvied home on chiefs, etc. y 4, } :

For several years I had stomach trouble Saturday from South Florida, where r

and paid out much money for med doting Out Sale he has been for some time, packing

trine to little purpose, until I begin Our entire stock is: offered for Immediate :. fruit Yours for Business 1
taking; Electric !tterli. I would not I and Good Values.
take $SMt( for what: they have done for sale at very low prices, In or- Rosa Clark, who has been ill for

rne." Grand tonic for the aged and der to close out our business at one*. some time, passed away on Monday.The i

for fm.e weaknesaes. Great altera We have a fine line of Holiday Goods, funeral was held Tuesday even
the and body builder; sure cure for and It will to make H. B. MASTERS ;
tune back md weak kidneys. Guaranteed pay you your purchases ing.Mr. CO.j 1

by Tydinga A Co., druggists. now. Terms of sale, cash and Mrs. W. N Wilson came

we. % 11-20U OCALA MUSIC CO. down from Gainesville on Tuesday.

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1'111,. '18, NO a :';. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, :NOVEMBER 29 1907. ONE DOLLAR .YEAR In

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Mr*. Ellen Na_le. Ill 4th j t {

'" ht.Ir&nBar1v1wntell t Prince: Jonah Ka'.amanar.le: D'wey Hotel, t r True Cause of Disease. :
"I hav of ton heard !' j \Vashin;: n, D. C., Ik-lezate: to Cm'e5 from i I

riina praised and it is HUT* LS Hawaii, wrr.es : T N tlv-o (day- almost every iiilmeat 13 .

f widely known here th ;a t ,: : ul can cbeerfcUy recommend your t tt I :"Jro,: d to be caiacd by disease :

{y ? ;i:"':. ",tliyr Qudluint-s, but I t eri t Peruna as a very effects e remedy for t ;en :sThe '
'' '. }. ? know what medicine f well as the ,
;S: a splendid coughs colds snd cstsrrhal trouble. : medical profession as

rxt7 s '} ; d:,' !': It really was until a 1 1 1 : t i > t j J il people, seem to havf ."ne mad over ths

't wp4 n.; < s.} :{ few weeks azo when I I y f: gem theory of disease.Th .

.: ,. caught a bad cold which : -> universal: fear an.1 dread of
',(r } settled all over me. 1 case /eras: is becoming a very serious

Ill k ;f; '>; t "The doctor wanted tr> (:Y. matter to the welfare and happiness cf

prescribe, but I told him I the people.Dr. .
f 5J p Hartman has consistently contended -

9 r -J. :f I ?:A'l 1r/;; U / bt'J, s was goiaz to try Pea runa f through all the rise, and sprea.1
r' and sent fr-r a bottle and l < r
.I'y{ }Y 4 v't '-i1 tried it. I felt much better of the perm theory that most diseases
are caused by climatic influences.For .
", .. the nextmorning and with
I' instance, catching cold i.
'. respon-
in five
days had not a .
/: : sii! !le for more than on' -half: of the illsto
I iv/ trace of any lameness orcongh.

f1RSE.LLEN. ,' ''i, rl, $j f sra ." Si &t E3x. which human beings are subject i!l'

;. % Danger of Neglected Colds.

:. A person catches cold easily, thinks

t tLE nothing about it, neglects it, when it
finally becomes settled in some organof '

4 the body and chronic disease Is ttis
yf If Il, i a7r I result.A

few doses of Peruna in the beginning .
1< Oa
? +
I of the cold would have saved .

I months suffering well as great es

sr. }Wry for
> pen: e treatment.
.r + S ..t. 1 S. .. .
M N 2. W S ,..Y Lv/ : :: : -. >;' # Peruna is a reliable relief for cold.
7 rb r 1 {.. .,c A. ..Qsyx' >::::'t -.v > -:-- i
h '. ,, # Almost everybody know this.
: A Y A: }
Y.. L Instead of trying to dislodge or kill

Wr Yn some imaginary: germ if Peroaa was !
used at the proper time its tonic proper-

; ides and anti-catarrhal qualities would

soon convince the patient: that he has
HON St' .>fF.? > s :F i w ft + rr f >,...,,, I found the right; remedy.A .

c.c.DROOKJ R. for Several multitude of letters are received

testifying to this fact.

: Morns, 2211 Keep Peruna: in the house. Use it

h.illt', Tenn., writes Weak and .Nervous. whenever cold or climatic affections &3.

) ry + ', ,p7.rt{ 'lray{, t Wwatt } i 'SYrya 2:7: attack of m3ari./1 I Mr.Charles Brown,Rogers !le,Tenn., I sail, and sickness: in the household will ,

for some monttn- My I writ'' : become greatly lessened if cot entirely *
'tSr'Islrx' {'ra serious for a thin and I '
"1 feel it my duty to write you a few prevented.
was attending me did
:.rwJSv i. words in praise of your Peruna. I have Catarrh of the Stomach.
with the trouble k
ti' tYri cope tried many different remedies but have Mr. Christian Hoficann R. F. D.1,
advised me to let the
found that Peruna is the greatest tonicon Slatington 1)3., write?:
9 '
i r alone and
;: earth, and a perfect system builder."A "For many years: I suffered with cs
With ita virtues to the
flRS'H. now ready to do the friend advised me to take Peruaa catarrh of the stoiracb. I was coughingday ;
I for indigestion, and it cured me in a
I I was much bet- and nteht.:; After having tried
:S, Mrs.II. A.S. Marsh.2123; Reservoir i I days short time. I was very weak and
'. 1 was able to be three doctors and many remedies,one of
up nervous, could sleep but little at ,
rq Loo Angeles, Cal., President night;
a, J1JRSHI Benevolent Association writes: r every trace of malaria but Peruna cured that tired, all-gone your almanacs came to my hand, and I

I | m. feeling, and made me feel like a new bought tone Peruna. So far I bar
"I suffered with la for
I, grippe off and on when in man, so I heartily recommend it to all taken six bottles and I have not coffered .
weeks, and nothing I could do or
. . . . . . . . . . .r helped me until tried Peruna."I it braces me up won- who are weak and run down. Peruna with catarrh this summer. I am
t : will give new life and energy. I cannot cured and Peruua did It. I givo Penm
H"H ( ( Iro.U! Mayor Hunbury uhlo, also Attorney for Farmers'
r felt at once that I had: at last
I speak too highly;: of Peruna, and will to my children when they feel bad an!
ltaiiV' od Sunbury llulldlni; and Loan Co., writes: t cured the right medicine and I I : Gave Me tp.
not forget to recommend it on every you should ste how healthy they are.*
"1 Live the confidence the It Is I Hulington Ohio,
utmost In virtue Pernna. a great: I:1ed1f f steadily improving. Within
hand. I will answer letter from
any !
\ose. Throat and Stomach.Mr.
'toe I have nceJ it and 1 have known many of my friends who have ob- I weeks I was fully restored and I .

"'Dt"! bfntfkla results from Its use. I cannot praise Peruna too highly; j jInHrcly I I glad: that! I gave that truly great !: yon enough for the done those for desiring me.";' to know what Peruna has Dclbert B. Craft, Lowell, lad, r

. .... . . . ., i es. ., . . . . . a trial. has done me. About writes:
'I "I will never be without it again." I could cot leave Sj-stcmlc Catarrh. "For a long time I suffered with

t Cystitis Relieved.Maiti I Catarrh of Head and Throat. Used Pc-ru-na for Bronchitis !I gave me up saying my Miss Mar: Lesser,9-J8 W. 36th street, chronic catarrh of the nose, throat emfsiomaco.

34th 1 MoArtbur care "f llos- I Mrs. William: U. HiacblifTe.-J) Myrtle I and could not I Chicago, 111.,writes: 1 would continually take

'1 | i near Charlotte Ave., West !! I truly suffered untold sn i '. Itook
I commenced it. Peruna and I
using that all
1 ".I barge not written to you fur pometurn ; hope who see
I "1 have tiken four bottlos Pernna, Tenn., writes: j
various medicines _'.
and Lri.-t .
to use your Peruna this who are troubled with systemkcstarrh .
< >ti I have
;' hut mvoii :you many !, and I ran s.iy that it has done mo a I .'r desire to say for the ; I for treatment of ac-veral I
w'.rd. < f praise I am *j ",dl. 1 had and now I weigh as was years, will protit by phy-n i9" -
I great deal of good for catarrh of the other that your Peruna has : ,7"r j been sick for tea it. I had tried many: remedies. but none Felt no better. A friend a.-! .

", rkirtauy badly and CKtiUi not intense\\alk I, head and throat. I recommend Pernna. tlonably cured meof chroai- sick I could not turn I did: more than :;:lye :temporary relief take: Peruaa. I wrote to I): : I .
jMte, bt 14 ttvc.. a touch <>f toytimttoftogno to sufferers with catarrh I do not It is the ;grandest discovery of the I began: the use of 1 and some did not even do that. I took who prescribed treatment. A -
.... Iran DOVer praise think I ever felt much better. I am for threat and lungs. it is the greatest:: med- Peruna s t the suggest: ion of a friend and I[ commenced to take Prnm i

Itruiia uungli. I.. u Uiu : very ono really surprised at the work I can do. Peruna is not simply a palliative I'was more than pleas-u anc: -urprisvd at I iriscd at the r lief it :ave HI' I. I

aww. iu\utb guu4 l'.tuci Itas kco for I do not think too xnccfi prsss!!u be relieve some of of the distressing
.**,- said of Pemns." toms. It brings permanent: relit!. without Peruna." I strong. \ \; and w..< c.nod"

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I -r---' Local and Personal OCALA SEES THE WORLD'S the traps of the Ltvsburg Gun : I ADVANCE; sis. In the coming of Mr. Stine to Ty- From Sunday's l>:u! .

GREATEST SHOOTERSA on Thursday::: last and broke two I rone the town gains an excellent citi- Col J. B. Martin to Wed Mrs. L' ,

I I records. In the first case they Tyrone Foundry zen who will be generally: and cordial-j! i; Cox

Mr A H g\l'Ck"f, tfco well known Good Crowd is in Attendance and their own record of193 out of Machine Plant ly welcomed.. -Tyrone (Pa.) Herald. !I I On the morning of th' t *
I i
j \ naval *tur*.. operator who resides at is Delighted With the Expert I made at Columbia S. C., on has just been closed Mr. Stine will be pleasantly re-!'[ Of November, at tht ?.i

lrr t..nx-.l home Friday from a MarksmanshipThe ber 1, by scoring 496, a figure much industrial ac- membered in Ocala as having married bride, at Benton, S. C.1'

Savannah. stand for Miss Leila Barnes and his Ocala1! 'i
.iB<- vi ii to members of the Winchester-Du- likely to some time to ,
to Tyrone. This Cox and Col. J. B. far:.
Then they went after the record friends cogratulate him on his business -!.
which last
squad on
pont "
quietly married *
C. Stine of i rires -
by Joseph
4adr.'r Kiuwll one of our most 1000 targets shot at by a team of venture. I
broke the World's record at Lees-
IWftJ aiul iBduMrteiM young boys day men, which was then 978, a : of the finely equipped few friends anImmeiliar. -! r' .

1a/ the Ocala Guu Club and its guests
... ihi ata-k. for which he had just as the above. This record they The plant was re- The Gates House was entered by I'.Colonel an I 1I' ,irtinif ..
Friday afternoon a true sample I
out and 9SO I
hung of
a new one
ptf l fifty dutlarnDr of break- up receiver's sale to A. G. a burglar Friday night. Mr. Gates is .for a weddii,.: *
what it could do in the way of 1000 something which will I

ing targets owing to the fact that it only to hold it suffering from a severe attack of the North afr .\ tht \
of five
lUll 1 Mr Thoouu K. Slaughterd any squad men some time
Ocala Saturday the train from Leesburg was so late I a most extraordinary degree of a customer should rheumatism and slept very little the to Ocala for a 'li!.'
|1.\,. 1 rart' t i iloni
night before and Friday night had 11
100 couldbe it and on
that no more than targets to would take over '
Mrghtmchtcr hm recently equal. Cn' !del Ma--' :: O"
shot: at by each member of the town is fortunate in taken an opiate to make him sleep,i .
With the
rtRar$, 4 h.Miif r..tm"t'ry enjoyable squad were also when I kno,, :: naval .r ..-ra' I
hence did not hear the burglar
squad. Instead of arriving at 12:35 acceded to the proposi-
relatives in Money of Colorado Springs and
ud ,
trait with fri.-I"t. he went through his room, but when sect.' ;. H,- r--- at 4 ,
it was nearer 2 p. m. before the mem- Taylor of Meckling, S. D., both him and decided to en-
i li:.g1O' he approached the room of Mrs. Gates but .r: ends a *r. al "'
reacted this town and
the ener-
_. bers of squad resentatives of the Winchester experience
*. local club membersat and the she was awakened, and screamed. The in Ot i la, and l T' ono,.'. r
and met the maintaining
who wa con gun pany: Col. T. J. Anthony of up
Mr J K lttrpbhar,
burglar was frightened away and his ci -Dins riid, : w.l: I .
,. .Q'.uit.w.t to the circuit the depot. X. C., representing the U. M. C. .
t t.I t ui d of dropped a pair of trousers which he surpr-e! to t hi-: I 8. .I'Mrs. I
possible hacks conveyed hitherto at
Just as soon as operated
Gainesville, and Ed Banks of the Dupont
r. .ioa .1
1 .urt now m w Martin rid.I !J.Y t
had in his hands. He had, however r.
the members of the squad to where his company, S.
convict from
the Wilmington
s... hr .rtilurtHi to pany ,
already gone through the pockets and Ocalft their it'I"> .' *h< I
the Driving Park grounds, where thu has built up a large
He has Shooting at 100 targets,
tot thr, *ar'
.MU.II > rifled them of their contents, and be- so tt- / will if' 1 war'awai' I
shoot was to be held and the shootingwas Fred Gilbert and Lee Barkley business. He will now
all aprr.1 the I sides several other articles, got away .g him.
started, each member with that firm,
98 each, :Mr. W. R. Crosby ..
t with six dollars in money. Co, 'i'1! M.I-- -f'nj'1[ ',! 1
lUrtoa1 sub- squad shooting at 100 targets. The and assume person-
Mr. U t' Port m" of and :Messrs. Hawkins and J. R. in vs-in .t., '
e' < i
from aertws the rtv'r. background at the local grounds was lor broke 95 apiece, making a plant which he has .
taaU.1 t Lt 14 In Honcr cf Mr. Lusk! ded wil i:! '" .1 iy" I"
usitor Thursday. pronounced by the professionals to be for the the 500 The Tyrone foundry
war 4 r, .'h'w- squad on targets A number of young men friends of -- --

He ta 4 "f urn JroWor and says that an extremely hard one, and under the at of 4S2, an average of 96.1 for will be operated i Mr. John Lusk will give a stag dinnerin ; Johnv .- 8,

circumstances no recordbreakingscore Co., whose special- j .
be l. t. -I-MII: his nvifor biggerMr team. his honor at the Capital City Club, I pr(.:: ent ac''i Itia.:
could be expected, or even hoped machinery, includ-!
It Following is the score made on Saturday evening. It will be in Fer' A'rOiy. II..t ) *. '
for. As it was there was some the Stine mine fan, i I
individually yesterday afternoon: the nature of a farewell to the popu- daid h,- "a1- t tp1
work done, and the Ocala Gun arrangement, mine i
tltilis. of the prom great I
U uluiii! our '.. .' he
Professionals I lar young man, who has been promoted ty HH.C; i ;
f Club is to be congratulated in havinggotten car irons, automat-
, iB*.t toot of Turk was from his position with the Southern vi-.' '.:; thir fr a' r

..' i>u.tB<..." >u Meals Saturday la con- together such a large numberof Shot at cages, engines and i! here to a position with the road by r i :li. Th t .' ofch I tar
shots at its Gilbert . . . .100 be made cast-
were also
this expert as present
pa- ,
M-r+a&i 1\11 rah a reporter in Charleston, S. C. +- r t.ural'.y! ;..r. .j i
afternoon. Barkley . . . 100 in brass and iron
h .ail 1 hat th. citiiens are suf- grounds of, ; ,
Lusk has lived Atlanta =
I'r Mr. in for jth" pr-isp: con'by
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the drouth. The members of the Winchester- Crosby. 100 supplies will be fur- I .
.rtq very greatly from Hawkins. only a year or two, but during that I j jth.-! -t of f'A r :
Dupont squad are as follows: W. R. . . iou foundry and machine
.tud be duns not remember when time has made hundreds of friends'who r:. ,.' >f tra-..l! I
J. Taylor . . 100
needed.Hsllte I Crosby of O'Fallon, 111., the champion be continued, and 8Ui
badlyBhtch him the t\ iils hart' i ilea
moi to leave
wa are sorry see a' :
target shot of the world; Fred Gilbertof Money . . . 100 several articles of .

commert-lal angel Spirit Lake, la., a man who has I Anthony. . . .10C> which in them- city.-Atlanta Journal i of 0 F'rV f', r miL! ,

shared with Crosby the title Banks. . : . . .llil o share of the I o.j: ir
,.f t gala' ass I Intoniewing our nieruaJU Champion a large Mr. W. 0. Massey, who ha spent ;, this great -. !:>' rAce
H. . . ;
several times in the last Taylor. 5'
Monday night and Tueala of honor busy. and fall in and ; '
< .here the summer Georgia giving a -i-: -t\tentrtanr 'yr
We have been acquaint- ten years: J. Mo well Hawkins of Baltimore Amateurs of this industry .
> wonting Alabama, is back at home again. He : : '.-
He who has probably broken 100 Wescott . . . 1' for there can be no
for many years. --
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H tbr i" nin.aUoa of rightnesa targets, or more straight oftener than Smith. . . !' : its admirable loca prohibition act was passed and that tit

sod I ." .t'i.l' r t' are proud to re" any other shooter in professional cir Tyson . . .. .l...y : and the fine the occasion resembled the time of ]I 1.", .l:, _::. a- '

O . . v I of tilt' bowels bv pmplpurgat
ton! i o'wino'IHI"IUC-- des; Jno. IL Taylor of Newark, Knight .1 > I ,, there was needed the secession convention when the : To avoid a '

t'.u i-.ili'-l l!: To and Lee R. Barkley of Chicago, both J. Camp. . . . 75 of the proposi- re"
t .., I I state severed her relations with tbf i'on'y': Dr Kings X"w I I.'

pate I \ : i..nd is of whom are in the front rank of the Thrower_ . . . f.o 1 i"" | t i t.Hl by a man of Mr. Stine's ability, Union. !I! -al'j, "-nfi!.- r':.-!\r.>J.-rs a

/ : a life professionals of today. C. Canp. :,II 4": j ti-ri-gy and standing, to establish the I! ('N. f'-.ira; i'1' (to ,
A .11 tw . . rralari.i: an1 1
This squad of five men shot over Williams :::, 1- iostry on a profitable and busy ba- Ocala with his cMMren. h''r.'i-ne! :
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t out convention at A tiny feather, soft, downy and
FRANK HARRIS, Editor. Justice David J. Brewer, one of the That the coming

1. P. V. Leavengood Business Manager. most conservative and accomplished Ocala on November 14 was a great white, was mourning its forlorn, wind- DEALERS

t : justices of the supreme court of the success is well known to all readersof tossed condition. When, meeting an

United States, a day or two ago spoketo too daily and some of the weekly orphaned autumn leaf, all crimson,
I l r a large and distinguished audience papers, which published full details. purple and gold, In Its frost-kissed WE CARRY EVERYTHING OP

,,i I in Carnegie Hall, New York City, and Nearly all of the candidates, including -i loveliness It cuddled very close, and Parlor Suits
,, in the course of his remarks criticizedand Governor Broward, were there, storm-tossed friend it told Its House
to this In Leather, Upholstered and
condemned Prosident Roosevelt, and all of them made good speeches.Not tale of loneliness and sorrow."I Rugs, Art Squares and Matting Ret

accusing him among other things of one of them lost any strength by have heard" said the leaf, "the Suits Dining Room Suits

playing a political game of hide and being present and speaking. On the through the parent Bed Room .
winds whispering
seek with the American people. contrary, all created a favorable impression branches of a Being, all kindness and. In Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye of all kinds-Aiohogany and Oak. .

The speaker drew an open compar- which is especially true of loving sympathy; whose great arm Maple and Oak.Mission China and Crockery

ison between Roosevelt and Hughea, General Gilchrist,
our own whose 'all seeing
all .
that while it had spreads over FurnitureIn Complete Hne-Dinner Sett and
saying ironically whose speech was greatly applaudedand the forsakenand
eye' watches over
.r-- of Roosevelt while governor Indeedhis finish Odd Pieces
-- been said generally complimented. shouldwe all the different
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29, 1907 homeless ones. So why
of New York that he had discovered ,. speech received more applausethan "
I fear?
t the Ten Commandments, Gor. any other, and it was the universal and
I The Atlanta newspapers are spitting And BO they nestled the leaf
Hughes[ had done more-he had discovered opinion of those present that It J
fire at each other. the downy feather, gathering comfort
the Golden Rule. added to his strength.It and I.
-- from one another, even as you \
Ocala's "coming out" convention Justice Brewer was frequently applauded. would be pleasing to make personal When a gentle breeze, warm and per .

wan a big Starke Telegraph. His address, delivered as mention of all the candidates, fume-laden, fresh from a sunny clime, Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Pbrtien

i it was at the opening public meeting several of whom are distinguished waifs, Goods
gathered to Its bosom the tiny and Upholstering
\ What matters it with that device of the Civic Forum, a new nonpartisan throughout the state, but a newspaper
thither, until
tin the coin so long as the country non-sectarian organization, andfollowing of this character is too much restricted tossing Heaters Ranges Cook StovesFull
forgetting all but the happy present ,
has Roosevelt? as it did a speech by GolIughf's \. to do all that it wishes, and in this
in which in the audi they frolicked and danced, in loving Line of Up-to-date Pictures, framed and unfrarn, and Picture
many case it can only reiterate the state
care-free children.So full stock of
item in abandon as Mouldings.
lUferring to a recent news ence believed they saw a veiled at- ment that all the speeches were excellent -
the faU"was
the Banner, Ocala now has its Raysor- tack the president, created a pro- in the "crimson glory of
and several of hem elegant Harness and Saddles
.,t lack.-Tampa Tribune. found impression. the highest sense.A gathered to its brother leaves, or- Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, jj

phaned no more; and the little white *
1 very gratifying feature of tho occasion Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth- the Studebaker.
i Richard, Croker will leave Ireland Prohibition Plank in National Democratic was the sociability and friendly feather was caught by the breezes, And carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carnage

next week for Cairo Egypt, where be Platform twirled up and upward into the azure I
feeling which the rival candidates exhibited
will tptud the winter. Some weeks ago Rev. R. V. Atkls- toward one another. They blue. An angel from heaven, bringinga

son of this city wrote a letter to the mingled freeland pleasantly and allenjoyed message of peace to some aching
I'ensacola wants to erect a statueto floating -
heart, caught the pretty,
New York World, advocating the
the occasion to the fullest
IN memory of the late Mayor Bliss the atom, and gave it a home, underits
placing of a prohibition plank extent. This in large measure was
by popular subscription. national democratic platform.The wing, never more to wander abandoned Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster,
due to the generous, charming hospi- Paints and
and alone. BuildingMaterial Hair Lath, Shingles,
suggestion seems to have been ,
A man was sentenced in the United tality of the Ocala people. They did

Mates court at IVn-acola to one day's taken up by the New York Sun, and all they could, all that could possibly So with you and I. When encompassed Flintkoie I Roofing,

Imprisonment in the penitentiary.And in its I issue of November 17 it says: have been done, to make too event by grief and abandoned to 1 OilsAll I

--- -- --- The Wonderful Dawn of Prohibition one long to be remembered with sin- loneliness a gentle zephyr waft from White Load, Varnishes, Etc.

now Tampa id going to have a"candidate -All through the south there are cere pleasure by everyone who participated the Throne of Love may whisper tidings Wall Paper Alabastiiu and :MutfiiiU* Wall\ Paints.a .

coining out day" at the sounds and signs of a tremendous disposition either as candidate or spec- of good cheer with promise of nJ give us a trial. grJ ,.We will not bo umlrrBoM and will I; f%adde

Tampa Fair Tho idea Is catching. to nominate a southern man tator, and they succeeded: graudly.At compensation to the weary one.L'ECLAIR..

for president The Idea is an excellent night the state officials, candidates elver & Mackay.

Judge Unclis is 41 years old, and: one. Tick out a sane clean man ( editors and other prominent
What Woman LikesA
bon bad It advertised over the country and nominate him on a prohibition citizens wore entertained with a royal a __v., __ __ .. .. J 1 -: _
likes to be truly loved, -- -----
lie thinks IA.121: one of the most platform and ho will bu elected over banquet at the Ocala House, which bone ; woman f
and to be told so.
remarkable uwn of the century. whelmingly.; lie will sweep with him 1
( of the largest Quest and besmanaged
I She likes :some noble, honorable man
every southern state, and twothirdsof hotels in the state. Souu i
TWt.nly.nlhoutl 1Ud dollars wen I to be thoughtful of her, and considerate L TcjjL1kJXwpA1D4 I
all the rest. 2; <)u guests sat down to this feast,
raised In one day by the congregation of her welfare
Methodist churclIn --- - which comprised enough in quantity;> and dressed I
Of Seattle Memorial When well becomingly << I
John Stockton and quality to delight the most exacting j
OwenslKiro, Ky., to pay the debt or of Jacksonville a quiet notice of it is always pleasant.A ct
John N. C. Stockton At its close a number ol j

the new building, which has beer of word of praise for a nice dinneror
has made good the prediction
appropriate toasts were proposed and '
cost of $70,000. often more than compen EXDALSSI
erected at a friends and enemies and has finally supper
by invited guests,
wore responded to
sates her for her and work of PPNDu"0
---- worry -
The question is being asked: "Ii come out fiar-footed as a candidate for Even the editor of the Herald was I I
Roosevelt retreating?" No, he Is not governor. Mr. Stockton bas been con called on to respond to "The Press,''' I wants her husband to be not I
of his home
running, and spicuous in the politics and while his remarks were compli /i12Oa
retreating, he is fairly
for her supporter, but her companion remembering I !
and the state many years
city mented is that the oth
be is running becauses he can't fly it just to say that it is the kind word I
and has always commanded a large
too er speeches pleased him most. Governor -
Roosevelt finds that he is entirely that often far
brings greater hapl'i,1
however j
i following. It significant, I
in Broward proved himself a splen
things are going wrong
of dishes
many ness than a new set though
this time not
oil directions. that his candidacy at dinner speaker, as did also Hons. Jet I I
like the latter always
at presents are IDozs ,
with hearty
) meeting
B. Browne, John Beard, Superintendent I I

I The New York court of appeals has the hands of his old time friends as Holloway, Editor L'Engle and oth- welcome. ,
be its due. Mr. She likes to be made to realize that I fk+utFE? rot
would to
decided that the bill passed at the! seem L'Ent ers. .L'
she is good for something besides a
last session of the legislature, providing gle, the young man who edits the or- Some solicitude was felt by the! i .i&ioo I

for a recount of the votes cast at gan of the present administration at good ladies of the city lest the ban- mere household drudge. : w 1 : ,
predicted I She likes to be petted occasionally, I' 4I
the mayoralty election in New Yorl Tallahassee, has already queters might indulge too freely in I '1
News.Fletcher's but not in public. The little private
city November, 1903, is unconsti his defeat.-Palatka wine, and they accordingly addressed I
pet names are very: dead to a wom-
tutlonal. Announcement through the postofflce special delivery an's heart.A CHAS BLUM & COMPANY,

letters to many of the guest
A Baltimore Baptist minister accuses The announcement of D. U. Fletcher Fla.
asking them to refrain from wine Jewel Worthy a Golden Setting Jacksonville
most that ofY.. J ,
the women with writing closely following This was: unnecessary, for but few
ate the States senate,' Mrs. Stanley, wife of the governorof
Eve United
of the bad books. Since Bryan, for the touched the wine and they only most -------- ----
,apple sou. men are always putting makes an embarrassing situation for moderately. Kansas, has writtten a paragraph !

the sins of the world ou the women many citizens, who are warm personal Editor Harris of the Banner was that is going the rounds with a per-

How different. The woman neve friends of both these talented as.j I master of ceremonies during the da} sistency that leads one to think her HARDWARE i

blames tLe man. pirants. Mr. Bryan has been urged I' and he performed his duties admria words will live: !

-- by leaders all over Florida to make bl). Mayor Izlar made a rely fine "He has achieved success who has

Say what you will of Gilchrist am the race and it was generally conceded address of welcome in the morale? : lived well, laughed often and loved

his candidacy, he made a splendid hit that he would do so. Mr. Fletch I It
and at night presided famously as: much; who has gained the respect of II 0__ e
Ocala at the "coming out" COD'entton -
er's name a few days ago was sprung
toast-master at the banquet. intelligent men and the love of little

and when the votes are counted by certain politicians, aid hts friends The whole affair from beginning to i I children; who has filled his niche and

next spring he will come all-aroum finally brought pressure sufficient foi ending was admirably conducted a.nd! accomplished his task; who has left 1 1

being the people's choice for govern him to enter the contest. There will every visitor was delightfully impressed the world better than he found it, KNIGHT"MAR TIN CO I

or.-Dade City Star. these
be a very lively fight between with the hospitality and en whether by an improved poppy, a perfect
----- -- -- prominent democrats and orators. I At the T. W. Smith & Co. Old Stand.: .
lug an orange to his friends Thursday; terprise of the progressive and beautiful poem, or a rescued soul; who hasnever .

Both will at the proper time make anaggressive little city of Ocala. Her citizens lacked appreciation of earth's
of Mrs. William IMden Noble, am OCALA, FLORIDA,

granddaughter of the late Senator Yu but high-toned, honorable especially Editor Harris of the beauty or failed to express it; who

t Jee of Florida, will be presented at a .-Jacksonville Metropolis Banner, and Editor Bittinger of the has always looked for the'best in oth- .11 Come and see us when in need of anything fa I

t tea in her home. 17Ct North Street, Mr. Roosevelt has signed the Okla Star, are worthy of all praise for the ers and given the best he had; whose the way of

t Thanksgiving U.lY1188 Noble ha: brilliant success of the occasion and life was an inspiration; whose memory e
homa constitution which provides
i for the additional lustre which they a benediction" .
abroad- !
the last two
spent years
the initiative and referendum, and
Washington Post. brought upon the fame of Ocala Farming Implements
some papers think by his doing so he ,
When John Stockton dips snuff his
These noble people propose to repeat
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gets one on Bryan, but hasn't Mr. 81
Cankers, capitalists and financier, the event some time next spring, I sneeze is heard all over the state of Wipe Fencing
Bryan defended the president as to
in New York generally approve the when the campaign is fully undei I Florida, and it is good bye little fellows ,
his connection with the panic and has
action of Secretary Cortelyou in issuing wayIf they do, they will assuredlywin Though some of the newspapers Stoves Pumps
joined him in putting the blame on the ,
$50.M O.OtMj of Panama bonds ancJlOO.OOO.oon additional glory.-Punta Gorda proclaimed "the man and thehour" .
"Wall Street If it were
of certificates of indebtedness gamblers. I Herald. had met in the gubernatorial Guns Ammunition
the "Wall Street gamblers" there
for the relief of the financial : announcement of the Hon. R. Tt
would always be panic, for gamblingis
i ttrtngenThe- issue, it is the general a Jacksonville After the Whole Loaf Hudson Burr, it is "good bye"lr.. Sash Doors

r opinion, is bound to have beneficial always going on in Wall Street. What's the matter with Jacksonville Burr. Though Editor Mayes discovered W "

. retail's.It -is she trying to "hog" tbe whole in Editor Storrs an "ideal"can-
That "coming out" convention at Blinds Paint etc
, -- --- I political situation and all the positions didate, it is "good bye" Mr. Storrs: Q ,
Ocala was all to the good. The candidates
is said that a commercial grade : of trust honor and emoluments?! tt does not matter how "'idf-ar' a candidate -
were there in great numbers,
of gas nay be mad from corncobs, Stockton wants to succeed Broward. any other man may make: it In fact
but the people to see and hear them 1 everything usually ca ried in a first-
; hay and other w;etable matter, foi 1 land has so announced-both Jacksonville does not matter how opportunely "the
were not so many. From newspaper
lighting and fuel The fact has beer men. Bryan, William J., the man and the hour" may meet in any class Hardware otorc.
accounts it seems that of the candidates
demonstrated by a firm at Beatrice for General brilliant young lawyer, wants :Mai- ,other candidate, when Mr. Stockton's
governor present .
Neb., which sells!! its product at $1.1S I lary's place in the United States sen- lame is mentioned a certain "number! m--- "ft?S38'viSi22v At1\- -
Gilchrist carried off the honors-but. 1 :- U __.
. a thousand, which is lower than any' ate, and now comes Duncan U. Fletcher of newspapers in Florida feel constrained
in the light of subsequent events, we
. other gain the} stat In quality also of Jacksonville, and makes to bow themselves as far as I Ithe
fear that the honors will prove buttemporary
is said to be as: good as coal or oil public announcement that he, too,. : most humble genuflections will I
-Madison New .
f i 18. Absolutely nothing is said to bt wants to go to the United: Stares senate :permit and bump their devoted heads I Knight = Mart Co.

used in manufacturing the gas except coming out conveattion at Seemingly, that is not enough, : unreservedly upon the floor repeat- ,

t! farm refuse. Bet-ause: of the cheap Ocala for possible candidates to announce for we note in the Tallahassee True ?dly as a proof of their undying fealy :- v- ::_> .

r t new of the raw material, the gas can their hopes and aspirations Democrat a letter from Judge Augustus : to the Jacksonville statesman! P

be manufactured and sold at much was a very noteworthy and important 0. Wright-he who holds.; down Great is Diana of the Ephesians!

lower rates than coal: gas.-Lake City with dignity and the McMillan
t event. A good many aspirants were pomposity police Bros.

t I Index there, many happy speeches were court bench of the city of Jackson- In his "coming out" speech at

---- made, a dellhtful banquet enjoyed \"i11l'-that he, too, is seeking to gain Ocala) Hon. A. C. Croom. state comp-
! ,. Mr. Bryan, in the last issue of the roller, assured his bearers Southern
but as to the results of the affair only i-is own consent to enter the race for that the Copper Works.
Commoner, has a good: deal to say of
anks of Florida
.. the future can disclose.-West Palm, the United States senate. Verily the are solvent and in
the who
men control the necessitiesof
Beach Tropical Sun. itizens: of Jacksonville are clamoring rood condition. Mr. Croom has ill-

f life the an tbe bad: trusts. He enumerates for the earth and it enclosed with a ect supervision over the banks char- Manufacturers of Turpentine Sills
The president has reappointed fort teat and substantial iron fence. red under the laws of Florida* and

Tho Tho cotton meat trust.trust. second term of four years: Rear Admiral Madison New Enterprise. luring the present year lias had themcake and General Metal Worker

Charles W. Roe to be chief of four or five sworn statements .
Tho leather -- .
trust the bureau of steam: en nering. and Europe has demonstrated that a to him besides a personal t-xamlna- - -

The shoo trust. Rear Admiral W. L. Capps to be chief ountry: can be prosperous and develp ion by an expert: sent out from his Old Stills taken in xchanKe for new ones. Pakhiss

The grain trust. af the bureau of construction and repair >p a very small amount of lumber. fflce.. He is, therefore, in position through tho country a specialty. Orders by mail orwiro

Tho bread trust. navy department. Practically speaking there is not a to speak authoritatiu-ly regarding:!; will receive prompt attention at either of tbAYETTEtnLLE -

Not a \.ord. you will see about the wooden shingle folk' lug workH .
Standard Oil Trust. the whole of Eu- tbe banks, and the state Is to bo conratulated .
FOR SALE 440 acres of land. Ap- I rope, while frame houses I
are rare
Now, watch the little fellows on the conservatism of her
jump plY' or write P. A. Liddell, Santos, Lumber OA
yards in countries of
on Bryan. Fla. 10-ll-5tw( I banking institutions.-Starke Telo N. C.ACKSONVIUE SAVANNAH,

Europe hardly exist. graph. ALA

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Local and Personal Death of Mrs. Sheldon nll lO ='!P.flr.r..t'i\Irttf! r :II
Stringer BRILLIANT SOCIAL EVENT I ;'J' :"iy:fr!:nfnrTTiTi\ IH r"*-T vTi'SrVtTe Tim frti nT M ::

.1 Friends of Mrs. Sheldon Strings I

I'\"II!" t'a.."... at FtMVi G and 10- throughout, the entire state are very Mrs. Chazal's Lovely Party for Mrs. ;

? II'' "...... much shocked to learn of her death Lloyd and Miss Scott I I i

which occurred at Columbia, S. C.: Mrs. Charles Harrison Lloyd, whose RHEINAUER'SLeading

MM Ha< h.-'i'!I III H I Rh Springs is Monday night :
wedding was a brilliant event of November :.
,' II.> ...f > r nrothr. Several weeks agolrs.. Stringer I I
Mr. W. F.M .
sixth, and Miss Katl.1l..n LouI I
went to Norfolk, Va., to attend the I
ise Scott, whose marriage to Mr. John II
--- general convention of the Daughter I Ii
-- Taylor takes place next nuirsday, } i I
M J TitiMUowi rf 'itra of the Confederacy. En route home II .
was inter-1
around which centers so much ; .,
I.. 'I!.. \\ 'h""daJ| inisme.sK vlsiIll' It. she stopped at Columbia to visit relatives I House"W"in"be2
est, were the guests of honor at a very i I Mercantile

:11. _, and was taken sick and diet beautiful party Wednesday: aftt'rnoou.1 j| 'i ..+.+. ......
----- of pneumonia. Her two sons, Mr.
their hostess Mrs. Louis R. i
Mr II W l" l (44 0*. of C'and1for'l\ I Fred L. Stringer of Brooksville and i
Both these young ladies haw I II j
I .1 I ht... nB*. w.4 ia the city We dUj I>r. Sheldon Stringer of Tampa, audI I
been the bright particular stars: of a I
I"< ulli huoiuesr I her daughter, Mrs. V. H. Gwynn, olDrooksville I
I number of very charming social I fuiu- 1907i
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were telegraphed for and ,
1 t,i- frt-ml* of the mayoralty card Lions, and Mrs. Chazal's party was
!reached Columbia in time to see their I I
are i Im"ll, ngatjfd sjawadayH I IIwil4lni in !mother alive. very lovely in every particular. I I
The large home, which is one of j
Itl.'nn for t...., fsvortwt I Mrs. Stringer was the president ol r
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the handsomest in Ocala, was eseeedingly
the Florida division of the Daughters
Mr. K \ Molluway mad Ddrw J. E. attractive in its decorations: of I

i I ..i...... finmiinrat ladies of Matte of known the Confederacy, and was well white and yellow, with a great dt.all I Ladies' Ready to Wear Suits in the leading fabrics of Dress
and well beloved all over the II>
.... tYlI1e_ the tho .Mi fa OcaU of the graceful bamboo. Large vases !;

W.......). state. of white and yellow flowers were placed I, Goods and Silks from $15.00 to 3500.
At the convention at Norfolk Mrs.
I about on the mantels, tables, book-

All ata4i uf my* at FUhel'a 6 and Stringer, by her dignity culture and cases, and in every appropriate spot, Ladies' Ready to Wear Skirts in Panama Chiffon Cloth \
gentleness, held for Florida assistedby ,
.....t $ ..Vl.Mr. and shed their beauty over the different

the other ladies from the state, a rooms. and Voile. Prices ranging from $1.75 to $ J 5.50. rLadies'

J.... Itoil Md latent ten of position and standing in the convention Mrs. Chazal Miss Scott and :MrsLloyd .

U..I'.. qIM down Watefoday af- I second to no other state, and i in stood in the hall, under a horse- .

'f144* to ...... tb. Th nkfflvlngw :advance of states with a far larger shoe of yellow flowers-a symbol of fancy Silk Waists, Plain Silk Waists, Net Silk Waists.

1M A tan m Mrs Della fMreat. Mr.' !membership enrollment than Florida, good luck and receiving with them Beautifully tailored from $3.75 to $7.50.

BM Mrs C A Uddea.M 'which now has twelve hundred members was Mrs. Fred Dyer of Boston.

in the organization, over which
Mrs. Chazal wore a handson.gown I
>.. 90fr Porter k. gone to DeIJMM she was presiding for the second
of black net over taffeta, with a touchof
.! wlirrt. .hi will speed theTaaakaviviM term.A pale green and real lace trimmings. Our Dress Goods Department is by far the largest in town. We carry an exten-

holidays with. frttnda at large: number of friends throughout ] The two honorees carried out the sive line in all the leading weaves and colors at prices ranging from 2'Jc to $:too)()

.......* I I'..,......,. at vsbich inttitua Florida extend heartfelt sympathy white and yellow scheme in their I, yard. i

air was lortMriy a pupil.Mr to the family and also to the large gowns, Miss Scott wearing a'ery I per i

circle of relatives, most of whom reside
lovely gown of white eolienne over
J J Drtn n. mas4g of the at Urouksville and Tampa. Mrs.

Amu Wontht* proud and happyfethrf : Stringer was the widow of Dr. Sheldon pale yellow silk elaborately trimmed Money Back Taffetta Silk and the famous Mexinc
with yellow Persian ribbon, with a WAIST SILKS
of B t.4hpOVBd MB, Who was S. Stringer of Brooksville. who touch of brown introduced in the ; in all the leading colors from (Wlc) to $1.2,.

burn Wii MdBy. FrtemU are offer was a prominent and devoted member
trimmings, and she looked very sweet ,
M. their rang..t..ttou. of the United Confederate Veterans r
and girlish. Mrs. Lloyd wore her

of Florida. She was sixtysevenyears beautiful wedding gown of white radium IN OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT, which is in our Annex, we carry
J R. Shelton of Dan-
Mr sad Mr$ the winter of age. silk. Her costume was completed Suits from $1] (M)0)() to $25.00 for men. Youths' Suits from $i.JO)() to $15,00()() Boys'
vtlVVB who are pBdi&g Wednesday
three long yellow
e l eo.,onbto climate were in Brooksville, and the remains well tailored.IN .
Mrs. Dyer, who is spending the win-
pirasaat vtafton to 088"t'< ter in Ocala made many friends ather
burial grounds at Spring Hill, four
miles west of that city. The funeralwas first appearance in Ocala societ\ OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT for Ladies, Men, Boys and Children are
Mr and Mr*. Thomas H. White ofn.flBBd She was very attractive in a tan
largely attended by the sorrowing represented the
of de chene her hat being
Ohio who are well Known gown crepe bestBRANDS
friends of the deceased.
all ,IV.T CVrtd*. hBv arrived in the trimmed with white plumes and yellow IN AMERICARHEINAUER'S
The Daughters of this city sent
....*. t.-)peed a portion of the win i down a lovely floral offering to be velvet -
Those who to do hon
time atU.IItUC" were present
i.r TV llt KiM-nd some
before returning placed on Mrs. Stringer's grave. or to Mrs. Chazal and the two brides
Bad Htra
were the following ladies: Mr, Hook
IK.,'I 1 1Mr Christmas goods at Fishel's 5 and "
er, Mrs. Duval, Mrs. Mclver, Mrs. i
10-cent store.
, i \\' W Hh
,(.* 'I i'e 1 riot Ife-sides being ex- An Engagement AnnouncedThe Jack Camp, Mrs. Liddon Mrs. Carne
II n-i\.ly 1I1:1\1C.-,1! in the canning bus- engagement of Miss Ida Morgan Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Walter Hood, Mi*, L). I
itif** |v. "I'I I lirs"- poultry farm de- and Dr. L. L. Dugger of Fairford, M. Smith, Mrs. Lee Miller, :Mrs. C. \ OCALA FLORIDA

s .t. .i x- ,,,..ii.-lv fit the breeding of Ala., has just been announced. Miller, Mrs. Fishel I, Mrs. J. H. ; I

'h'.rtMig1 .t! i-hirkHiB. for which he Miss Mrogaii comes from the well] ton, Jr., Mrs. Sistrunk, Mrs. I.i\il-I i iI' ,t

Duds H ro .1,1. *.il;.' known Morgan family of Alabama and Mrs. P. M. Bealer Mrs. G. I'I .... .. tr
: i !irJ J ,7.n :<:nv
-- Florida, and is a niece by marriage ofMrs. I teur, Mrs. Teague. Mrs. Porter. Mrs.

M ,'han" al! i4'v! .- at Fishers 5 and Max Eugene Duncan of Forest Clarkson, Mrs. Croom, Mrs. Cullen --- --- -.-
----- -- -- -
III ii., ntMr shirr Park boulevard.Dr. Mrs. Maughs, Mrs. Austin. Mr::;. NOTICEIn I

of Dugger is a prominent young Schreiber, Mrs. L. J, Knight, Mrs OCALA FURNITURE CO.

Herman ll'''Jamin. manager physician of Fairford and MobilEkiss Howard, Mrs. Jake Brown, Mrs. H. L. Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit

ih f.sI.la lHKlnK it: Ice Company'si.jHtil ; Anderson, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Hel-] of Florida, in and for Marion

rHiri" that the cold weathf County-In Chancery.Mrs. Asbestos Lined Steel Ranges
r | has stimui The wedding will take place December venston Mrs. Weathers, Mrs. Harris, Frances Howse Koonce, Complainant ,
!lit' |ia"t few days 10, at the Duncan residence on Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Mrs. Looney, vs. Mrs. Sarab A. Bishop, ---- .A, !

i i t? lord *t"rafte demandB. amt.rtrn in Forest Park boulevard.-St Louis Mrs. Gottlieb, Mrs.Albert Gerig, Mrs. Henry C. Dean, Henry O'Neill, Jonathan From $26.90 to $39You'd

"I an now Abe Brown, Mrs. Rheinauer, Mrs. Vanllorn, Frederick J.
, Post-Dispatch.
for eiirinB- W. Mace, and others
I ."; +et of meat in Scott, Mrs. W. S. Bullock, Mrs. Holder Grant, George
Miss Morgan has many friends
of Mort-
Defendants-Foreclosure: $50 for them -
in the Globe store'si. this state, for she is a Floridian by; Mrs. William Anderson, Mrs. gage.It pay some
t ih.
much at- birth and she attended the Florida Powers, Misses Lilla Brumby, Margaret is hereby ordered that you, SarahA. places. s I f
attracting )
., .inirt\\ I the bill hh1 ,,
altrac- Agricultural College at Lake City during Eagleton, Alice Bullock, Valet Bishop appear to answer a'iat:
irBHoB, BH1 a* the many of complaint filed against you in ,- ___.
The the years 1902-3:! and during the Potter Clara Gray, Annielathews, .'s
the NMVili). to be towidwithin. above stated cause on
BBIstaned! a few days ago ispfiwtnf years 1904-5, she attended the Florida: Sallie Camp, Lillian Thagard, :Margaret Monday, the 4th day of November, A. '}

Burial the mow successful State College at Tallahassee.Miss and Mamie Taylor, Hinna Hampton D. 1907, Make. Yourself a Christmas : .
Louise Harris Miriam the court house in Ocala, Florida, "
Morgan formerly lived in Ocalaat Hattie Dye, at -
ooBdocted.Mr C. Dean, and Present of the Difference
they haw ever and that you, Henry you.
Pasteur, Sarah McCreary and
the place near Fort King knownas
O'Neill and Jonathan
Henry you
M P Scarlwrough of Anthony the old Morgan place, which is :Meta Jewett. Vanllorn and you, Frederick J. ; Line of
= Japanese
*.. ta town Saturday and said that now a part of the Marion Farms prop All of the young ladies assisting Grant, and you, George W. Mace do ? :'A tr fl '
Edenfleld. l. rs. Cbazal wore pretty white gowns; each of you appear to answer the bill [" 1.Jt (I'u y
bv and rtiprrl wants. ib 1-rtt.n+- 0.to-ala,move Banner to follow with yellow girdles. Miss Weathers exhibited against you in of said December cause, on A. L': !.: '/: !; k';; and Cljiija Matting

he may Dolls and more dolls at Fishers I 5 invited the guests to the back hall, Monday, the 2nd day '
Mn there and to wherever D. 1907, J ) ff
l.....tMr Scarborough; la just re- and 10-cent store. where Miss Potter and Miss Mamie and that in default of your so doing .,:" Chiffoniers from $5,48 up1 '

severe illness of Taylor served the punch. The punchbowl a decree pro confesso will be entered ..I.-:/ -

oitfrWfnm, n a Mrs. B. W. Blount has returned was very attractive with a large against you. .I.. :' ;, ) The Letter ones are mouse and reach
tirhta home after having spent some time in cake of ice in the center surmounted It is further ordered that a copy of
Fishers this order be published once each f.
slnrent the Presbyterian hospital in Atlanta.
H..ll.BBd mow doll with clusters of Malaga grapes, and
, for four consecutive weeks priorto
Blount. although having lived in
q\,' .tot Mrs. grape leaves were arranged around the rule day in November, 1907. A Nice Large, Easy Arm Rocker
Tampa only a comparatively short period I the bowl. The other young ladies assisting and for eight consecutive weeks prior I .

V'! ..nrllr.. .1 i- i. mission, Jr.. I has endeared herself to many j were Misses Alice Bullock to the rule day in December 1907, in '

.1'' \ ,.. t.f"'I' \nUlI) dauht..r. ,I friends: all of whom are delighted to I Louise Harris and Margaret Anderson. I the Ocala Banner, a weekly new;paper !' For only $2,25Others l

,. ,r n 'i\ r. 'urn' h"ii',' from i kuothat her health has been improved I published at Ocala, in said Marion -

,v t' u.k* with r.latlv! by the treatment received in I In the parlor there were four tables: Done county.and ordered Florida. this first day of1 I suitable for Holiday Presents, up to $20 t(;\

ru & i' Th 'v Wt !lt "'!Op"- ; Atlanta. Mr. Blount is also at home for the domino players and the thir- October, 1907. S. T. SISTRVNK. ];

't' .. nt aT 'li' m\rrla- I again, having returned from a busiiif.s : teen card tables occupied the living 104Stw. Clerk Circuit Court. j jI i iI

\!.,.. !IMstta: : Hvpla trip to Jacksun rill.'.-Tampa room, the library and the dining I; !i'i iI SMITH & ROBERTS

y '. ',. -' a ofipl-1} oft Tribune.Mochanical. room. Mrs. Hooker proved the most J NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIONDepartment j jI
I Ii
,, bat Ht: I successful domino player and was I --- Interior Ocala Florida
-- toys at Fishel's 5 and I i of the i j
awarded a lovely plate. At the card Land Office at Gainesville, Fla., I II r.
.. If Mi. n. ,'rso 1"I cent tore.: I Ii
iS --
'1 tables Mrs. D.\1. Smith was the I November 2, 1907.!
t ., 1 i-.)nt ant i rai''K\ > 'di- : lucky winner of a handsome pair ofsilver j Notice is hereby eiven that Rufus NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor I th-nce south to the southue corner
r.I.I .. I'nlun.W':'! 't..' clad 1 Ri'\". Francis R. Bridges, P. E. of 1 iF. White of Sparr, Fla., has filed notice of stction 2, township 16, south of
| candlesticks. The honor
.... I. ,_ ,-xiMtrt',! 1.ittt l f-'ri Gainesville district, will hold the two of his intention to make final five- Creating a Special Tax Road District range IS, east, thence eat to j I'" .-it
,. conpratulat-- fourth quarterly conference of Martel I guests were presented with pretty !i year proof in support of his claim, at Cotton PlantNotice I of beginning! which +prrii-> ;_ a-
.'LI', I. it to !little stickpins, sot with pearls as souvenirs J viz: Homestead entry No. 31,245, prises sections 4, 5 and 6 of township
'''..Ini.., ', t-irnin health. This I circuit at St. Johns church Tuesday. | of this happy afternoon. One t''made December 24. 19i11. for the east is hereby! given that an elec-i 16, south of range 2ft I. ea-i, anuec-

\0. i i''I| bo welcoiu.-.l by a hot oft December; 3. Preaching at 11 a. m.The horseshoe and the other ; half of northeast quarter section 22, I tion is called and will be held at Cotton j I tions 1 and 2 of township 1i;. ,outh of
._, -JlU'klOll\-I11 MetropJANITOL ladies will have dinner on the ,was a a swas 'township 13. south range 22, east Plant Florida, at the usual vot-j range 19 east and sections 7, 8, 9, 16
: ., IM"'Io' ground, after which conference will tika, both emblems of good luck and i and that said proof will be made before ing place, durin:; the hours 17, IS, 19, 20, 21, 28, 29 30, 31, 32 and
I at. the score cards were ornamented with I Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala, o'clock a. m., to sundown of j I 33 of township 15, south of range 20,
be held. is invited to
four-leafed clovers. I Fla., on December 11 ,1907. Friday, November 29, A. D. 1907 |I east, and sections 11, 12, 13, 14 23, 24,

tend. After the a salad course and He names the following -witnessesto I for the purpose of creating a special |I 25, 2C, 35 and 36 of township 15, southof
Ii:: ( .urtb for 1100. Can at the games prove his continuous residence up- tax road district to be known as the j I range 19, east, to be known aa the
t'....to/N. pnMTitore. Ocala. Fla. All kinds of toys at Fishel's 5 and an ice course were served; the colors on. and cultivation of. the land, viz: Cotton Plant special tax road district. Cotton Plant special tax road district

t-tHtw. }cent store yellow and white, again being James Harvey of Sparr. Fla. The boundaries of the said road dis- and to elect three road trustees to
shown In the refreshments.The E'J' Vaueba of Sparr, Fla. trict to be as follows: vote on the millage to be assessedand
Abraham Howell of Sparr. Fla. collected for the next two years.
We to ask the members details of this beau Commencing at the southeast corner -
attacking Dry- are requested party were :
Twa W U now Smith of Sparr, Fla. EDWARDS,
; loa Joseph ol section 4, township 16, south of 111. JOHN L.
at outs with the of the Elks to meet at the lodge tifully arranged and carried out, and HENRY S. CHUBB,
to be thence northto Commissioners.
a M* s'*a range 20, east, : running Chin. Board County
Mlm Nethtnic cults Tom Watson room at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon It was one of the most largely attend. 118., Register. the southeast corner of section 4,

an nwh t< Tom Wat*oD. lie Deems for rehearsal before the exercises inthe ed and enjoyable of the: many parties township 15, south of range 20, east Christmas goods; at'Fishel'a 5 and
Tom Wat- Methodist! churcb at 4 o'clock: otUle that will be given In Ocala this sea Santa Clause at Fishel's 5 and 10- thence west to the southwest corner
/ to feritt there l, oar) one of section 2, township 15, rang 19,', 10< nt store. '... '..
lame ifternoca. son. *'. ,. '_ cent store.
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The Tallahassee Sun refers to Editor F. J. FEARNSIDE INTERESTEDIn I .- )

Harris as
End P.
In South
Deal j P.
As a matter a Big Turpontine
"middle-aged. .
.l L__ --- Certainly it is a spectacle calculated tinger as ranks Editor of St. Johns County I .

FRANK HARRIS, Editor.P. to excite attention when a supreme of fact Editor Bittinger Editor Bit The twenty-one thousand nine hundred (Prickly Ash poke Root *ndPosmTB potauJum.)

V. Leavengood. Business Manager. nine I Harris in point of years. of Umber included In the 8Tl0J:3: or.KiyglcUM _
court justice, one of the eminent tinger was a captain in the federal acres I 1UXT.9 onus or ALL roam
farm of L- C. Padgett
t who sit in the room of silent power army during the civil war, and must turpentine
of Co., at Dinner Island, 18 miles from h end .
.1 neighborhood will rtfiin ** itmgth.WutaofaD
and have their lips usually padlockedwhen have been in East Coast .ndorw P.P.P. M a'plen yon
Palatka on the +nd.lldLraaearMOltlnt
times, r(7
those stirring It with __
in twenty-five in and pretaibe
walk abroad Indulges of did combination
they this week purchased from OTtrUxlnf tb ijiUm aneurtd by
: than forty years ago. Although Railway, was Mttiftctlon for the cum of all ..,.,

such speech as fell from the lips of now more still active and youthful lookIng that firm by M. A. Williamson of Fair tonal grot andUf 'of Prtma'1. Secondary r-- the L&d16I u.of w P.bole P. Ratem'anpolaoadeod P.

Justice Brewer the other night The Editor Bittinger must be approaching Bluff, N. C., and F. J. Fearnside of and 1'erUarr81PhiUJ. BypWllUe Bfcwnsitiim. ,... whoaabloodLaininimpnrecoadiuondoaOlas4uat5relllnp.nhenmsti.m

Civic Forum before which the ad. the biblical limit. At the this city. The deal carries with It all BcrofuloM Ulcers w>* Sow, Kldy .- '-' lomendraellrregaLritiw art peculiarly

dress was delivered, is a new organization end of the civil conflict Editor Harris the horses, mules and other property Complaints, oil Chronic Neon tiitZczamt. '.-...' bene&ud t>7 tU wonderful totlo ud \

an outgrowth from the peace WM still in his teens. included In the plant '
conference of last year, which Is dedicated The property will be turned over to =

to a somewhat cold and aloof What about our crosswalks! Our the new owners In a few days, who SCROFULA

educative discussion of great ques ; streets ought not to be ruined with will conduct the business as M. A. SYPHILIS
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29, 1907 tions. Its members naturally sat up steep and precipitous crosswalks. And Williamson & Co. .

-- -- -' and took notice when they discovered why not have the sidewalks follow Mr. Williamson la well known and =

The political alliance between Tom that the first piece: de resistance the conformation of the streets? The liked by the people of this city. He bnruWedaUtret.lmento.tarrh.m1D blood clew athg pro .rUI' of P. P. P,

i Watron and lloke Smith is now serffed. placed before them was highly sea walk at the Montezuma Hotel ought was" for several years owner of the D1M&MI. Chronic Trnul* (f.) prickly AX Pol Boot aaad l'Qwa1um.

soned with contemporary and personal not to be left In the shape It Is. There naval stores plant at Orange Mills, at Oompll.1n'", VtrcurUl Pao Tatter Cold by all Dru jUU.

references.The be other walks as bad, and all which time Palatka was his business 8io.idhetd,otc..te. S F. V. LIPPMAN
may lode and M
: P. T. P. ii a
Tom JobQM may succeed Tom Interest attaches not so much ought to be looked after closely. Now headquarters. He sold out some xwllwit ppltiw.. building 1Ip thlII'BiiI Proprietor ,, .

TttF *it M democratic national comMfetce to what Justice Brewer said as to the If the time to do them right, as the three years ago and returned to his lystam rapidly If you an weak : :
Savannah Ca.
chairman. I fact that a man in his position should work is supposed to be permanent. old home in North Carolina, but has t..bIe.&n4 feel badly try P. P. P. and ,

have felt impelled to launch on sucha always wanted to return to Florida.Mr. ,

Albert Gtlchrist was brave enough line of discourse. Not since Thomas Thirteen thousand dollars have been I Williamson left for air Bluff :

tft if>tak nil honest convictions at Jefferson and John Marshall ceas- raised to erect a Young J. Allen Memorial -I Tuesday night and as soon as possible RHEUMATISM

1 sI .--rnandtna ItecorJ.Turpentiie ed their acrimonious joint debate hasa Church at Oxford, Ga. Asa Can- will bring his family to Palatkato

distinguished representative of the dler subscribed $3000: towards its reside. He will find a royal welcome -____-_ ansOcalu
took last wE'eklad
a spurt
-- -
judicial department of the government erection. A large amount will be raised from a host of old friends.-Pa-
lute to 4H 1.: cents, but after-
i so openly sought to spank the and it will be a splendid edifice. latko News.
wStde diopped luck to 43 1-t.
executive. Passing over the questionsof The memory of Young J. Allen is very

ttl'aele Rt-nius" says that the presi- taste and also whether there is any much honored in Georgia as, indeed, Florida Historical SocietyThe House Wine Roof1)s.THY

4sat is much moiv popular in the gain in discovering that we have talk- it is all over the world. Florida Historical Society held ) .

ing judges as well as a talking president its annual meeting Tuesday afternoonin
he four
_tit thin was years ago.
it will be admitted that the in- Engagements of foreign gold to relieve the society's rooms in the public'
Tie Germans in the United' States cident is profoundly illustrative. If the money stringency in the library building in Jacksonville. The

4o not fat.! kindly to Mr. Taft for Justice Brewer, although he wears the United States have passed the $S1- meeting was called to order by Presi-

coning home without seeing the kaiW. highest judicial robe and is under 000.000 mark. The United States yes- dentt E. P. Fleming. LlEGHANYPURE

special obligation to neutrality, could terday purchased 413,000 pounds of President Fleming read his annual OLD

not keep from his audience signs that bar gold and 200,000 pounds in American report The report of the treasurerwas

It will be unfortunate for the south his indignation is boiling over it is eagles from the Bank of England. also read and both reports were

If H,'tator Ilailey is made to commune not surprising that railway presidentsand ordered spread upon the minutes.

t wild Bfnator Platt and Senator De- others important in the business "It your funds are idle "put themto The following persons were elected i\ XE.
work in a savings bank, says an
Pe. world are unable to prevent outbreaks honorary members of the society:

--- The lava below must be economist. How can a fund be idle The Hon. P. W. White of Quincy.

Hor T. A. Jennings, who is not a churning pretty violently when it when the butcher, the baker the tailor The Hon. E. J. Vann of Madison. Put 4 full Ots
and the missionaryto up
e *didtt< tar governor presided at breaks even through the reserve of a the plumber Miss Caroline Mays Brevard of Tal-

the latf .ariuT,,' meeting held at Pen- supreme court justice and leads him China are hounding it relentlesslyC. lahassee.Mr. .

McohiHoa. to a freedom of utterance opposed to J.Walker. John T. Detwiler of New Smyr- : in Fancy Cartoons 4tI

-- tb judicial tradition. P. Inman one of the wealthiest I I
John S I'.eard of Pensacola Justice Brewer freely recognizesthat na.The following officers were electedfor Delivered at
and most prominent businessmen your
*...- a "hoursrun" impression in the Ten Commandments have ap- the ensuing year:
found dead in
of Atlanta, was
Orals al the "romlnR out" convention. plicability! to public affairs-which, President-F. P. Fleming. Office
his bed Saturday morning. He had Express
For J. Ti-rsonian democracy. John being interpreted means that dishon- First Vice President Geo. W. Wil-
reached' a ripe old age and was very
hoard i i. it -Madison Recorder. esty is dishonesty whether practicedby
much honored.If son.Second :
the big or little. But he also recognizes Vice President-W. A. For 8:3.20:
Claud- l.'Eiutlf added new laurelsto
that the Golden Rule has applicability the product of all those silver Blount.

Bin lirow in the convention at I to public affairs-which, mines had been coined into dollars Secretary and TreasurerCharlesS.
Offlla His rendition of "kindling
being interpreted means that the people they would be quite handy to have in Adams.
vend" i.i mid to have brought tears I I $1.00 write foi
Quart Whiskey
should to the big a
not apply ;
corporations i the banks and in the people's pockets Besides the president, first vice i

to Ik t.of fven the prohibition. standards and punishmentsthat just at this time. president and secretary who are ex- i complete Price list.
-Orlando ReporterStar.The
th y have no intention of apply- officio members, the following were i

--- ing to themselves. Many more people r Mr. Horace White the leading authority elected members of the board of directors ;

"ronitn out" convention held than four weeks ago now see that on economics and foremost : W. D. Bloxham, W. W.
lam week itrodured a lively Ocala House Wine ROO
to Orala
while the Ten Commandments are 'lS.
at '
writer on finance, sees no help Hampton Fred W. Hoyt and Arthur
candidate They had platform I
still to be clung to it is worth whileah'O i least no permanent help, in the Cor- T. Williams.
galore, all made to get votes on. I
to pay respect to the Golden telyou plan. OCALA. FL( HnD\ .
TWy had a banquet and a good time.OeaJt .
Rule. This not altogether from altru- Denominations at Stetson --
'):'<'" a finord as a genial istic motives but from very selfish Bad conditions and a worse outlook

hart -Bnn km ill* Argus. ones. The rebound that has come seem hopeful for democratic success The patrons of Sttetson University.: THE SIMarion 1
include people of all religious faiths
-- from smashing corporations has: not but we would rather have any sort ofa '

tatnatwr W K. Jackson of this been agreeable. So far as has been president than bad conditions.The and of all political opinions. There.
dfetrirtf\ a canlidtte for railroad I
observed, no dividends have yet cometo are Baptists, Methodists Presbyterians Hardware
_iMtoner before the primaries Atlanta Journal says that It is ) ConpijyHEADgrARTKKS )
the public from the Landis fine and Episcopalians, Lutherans Disciples -
and we predict for him afnltowlMC.
_.t ear
y better to have ten blind tigers aftera
things like it. The men out of a job Congregatlonalists, Catholics
..... ax h has been in pol- ,
boy than one tier with his eyes
or who fear to be out of a job would : Unitarians, Adventists and Jews in -
Mrc and held office far many years.
perhaps be willing to go back to the open.If
the number. That is because secttar-
trtM Ma record u a public official ism American Wire Fencing
dense of preRooseveltismdays. ,
.......- Dad.. City Star. a "silver dollar" is a fifty cent ian teaching has never been permitted -
If it can be truly said that unrighteousness
from the beginning. There
-- --- dollar," what sort of a dollar Is a are Sash, Doors and Blinds
Tom Walton lit now probing Gov- is never to be tolerated "certificate dollar?" students here at Stetson who are preparing -

u.or Hoke Smith under the ribs. it may also be said that generalpoverty for the Christian ministry in Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, 'v

Ospytag what thin paper said about makes for general unright- And Congressman Burton doesn'tthink four denominations-Baptist, Methodist I

all the eaadMato for the higher offl- eousness. Something must be the matter BO much of the prseldent's judgment Presbyterian and Disciple. Stet- Mill and Mining Supplies, 1

ttla loins from the seaport cities the with a given reform when the pre- any more. son University does not teach theology -

0ItI. R.pnrter-Stir says: "Don'ttMsitalr liminary 'stt>p toward it Is the unfilled but it provides the academy and Turpentine Snpplies,

Bro Harris! The race is larder and when it is ushered in by The Jacksonville Metropolis' editorial college courses, which are usually

r 3 Iiag! yet and Orange county may beatings on empty dinner palls.- columns are growing a bit ambi prescribed for all students who enter Improved Farming TooIs?O 1

!Aft & few card up her sleeve. We New York Times. tious. the ministry. A large number of students -
..... ymr with you that inland are preparing for mercantile
They say Bob McNamee embracedthe
'nted." Tit for Tat life for the legal profession for editorial -
Plsds should he repl'el< ,
of "booze" and became the
1 Quite a number of the newspapersof work for teaching and other Marion
apostle of rum because he looks like Hardware Company
W. aaaoun<.fi when we took charge the state say that those who are forms of professional life.
Napoleon, who met his final defeat at
t if this "'N'r that no pot metal stuff of
advocating the closing of the saloons
Waterloo. "Bob" has been fighting -
i The Miami Defunct Bank
a aulith-al i.atiirv would be allowed
shy of water from the day he discov- and failed to "turn their glasses Appearances to indicate that i111011i/111//1118111/1 .
M ta thin "IIIt'r Wf have not changed. seem .
-. AM we will n,"' publish literatures ered his personal likeness to the great down" at the Ocala banquet are inconsistent the grand jury is now delving into T i:

avat out I iHto4aii I iQ s one or more candi- Bonaparte.-Brooksville Argus. and hypocritical the accounts of the defunct Fort Dallas SEED s'.1

." n'f .>> ytuIs paid for at ad- Perhaps the reason he joined the"hooze" Well then the reverse of this ought National Bank, for several arm-

ranks is because he prefers also to be true. Those who are advocating fuls of the records of the bank have
..rt. ,h'! r I'" Th -ii iMr." _ r"rhl 'u t1uul' ttl t-ditoriullv upon whiskey in lieu of \\atf-r-a preference the saloons ought to be pat been taken into the grand jury room, Screened, Selected Stock SLOWEST

which proves a Water-lieu to many rons of the saloons; ought to be drunk and Receiver J. K. McDonald is in attendance .
>*..*h ?,'a'r Th Uford has beenfih :
who indulge therein.-Estero Eagle. all the time-regular soaks, as it at the court room. PRICES. S
>-l It It l'art. 'V""}h or11 with lit- .

li -ra 'i.f ,n r\;; Ii' -,nnr] C' lldi\ah'\ Newspaper- --life-- seems--a -bit strenuous were. How long the grand jury will workon Write for our booklet--" RISH POTATOES." on Soft i
Yet know some who are the
we men
I case cannot be estimated but .
: TIF 11I.1'" !bus!t-1 r.ni'd it -MadI in Florida Editor .

, oV H......r i,.ri Wilson and Business metropolis.:Manager T. T. really teetotlers, yet are on the side it is evident that they will make a : Seed, Planting, Cultivation Effect of Fertilizing :
of the saloons. .
thorough examination of the book of 1

I I' aff' !, I .tt! 11'JI"rHnil| ; forIf :Stockton: of th.> Times-Union are both Are they hypocrites? the bank.-Tropical Sun. : Digging and Shipping. :
under the care of specialists, and Ed-
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itor Carter is just up from a serious -- --- --- Ii
'"' "I"! I' t'. a !tniiK li and! bit : r... !. ,:; .; .. WilSON & TOOMEa FERiLTIZER ROMA I
1 tbr-rti K: "_.".,. .Q. where an editor has a multiplicity of rC .
1 'rst Ill !ni yo( ...i.-nt IVrhapg so. 7.t : MaiiufartJirtTs of :
duties he grows robust with increas-
but th .lrpn''hrrity:: w.inot seized
ing year<-vide Editor Bittinger of
I +t" car-li! hIllS hit i IDEAL f
upon ar. were not .. FERTILIZERS.
the Star ,. _,. tf.
and Editor Harris of the Girlhood J .
.,,. a.nt yti st ;: .Fd0f are .
ktaclv nor in !n'';"<'hcs for a sin lt'I' ner. ....ttI .. .

|*nny in 'ah Perhaps it the (>editor 4 *V linked toget.1 '. \ .. J.U'I I. "' t1NVll.l.l I I I ).'*( Fl.1. .

of b+H>the n here Pt a Pf-tershtirK dift'ori'tit story ncw'jfiaiM'r would haveto had will The be labor ample journals labor next say year that for there the ."'f." .. (*t.. t.loolooo0000010001011 .......+.....................-.

bat itN-nrded. Tb*. "coming out" turpentine farms and phosphate ,J The girl who ta3ton -.:;<='\. .> :;c 1..j' mulfl....

f'C1Dv..I.ln! "s not for the, purpose camps, as many of the lumber mills > has plenty 1 ct rich'i red::: ? 'ICxi' she is +1J1.. 1--- GEISHA SKIN FOOD y
I of a "ho.rt.tin"all are closing down and the railroadsare ; :' fr.
activs and
.1 plump, eiiergedc. *; FOR THE KOKM AND COMPLEXIONowsrh.im
J laying off many of their employeswho ti
Amoea the great speeches rich DO NOT BE THIN
will have to seek employment ItEAUTi h nn". .t I"rl!" ant\ .. ,..
.1': It f I \1'' III W a': 1'\ ',I. 1 I' ; .
In though at the "coming out" 'I .
con- .
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elsewhere. This is all serene for the y The that at ntrr'u ihltl t ':'\t' t t.u \imt 1 r*
reason a period Ior\ ,. '
waen a-hra ,
girl'sdigestion ,
f':. t.'itkm at Ocala last week the pre- .: a cr. Age t "'" a '" ""'' ol Vl<". llllt ul In llu<. jn >beraty ,_ r w .11I. .
turpentine and phosphate men, but .' right
t' .twlnt. of G..... C.HphriRt pertainingto bad for the country generally. The 1 is weak, Sc: -ft'n. >& .stan (1: A ha wiar, l'hl woman will 'tllllll\Il'! the I harmc.he "I Ie I.tng, aoJ..o 1t-3\.r tv rega'" tJKhe :

to the prohibition question is thoughtrthodov ,
, country is best off when labor is provides her with powerfuleasily wvltl':. .mmcn&&: in fir --- GEISHA SKIN rOOD ;
in all its fiber. It i huul.IIrt' uoI"l ,. .
mattersnot to' '1I
I'v..n' t
w'tlydlr wh 7 hd. the teat Ite.trr II I
I I. ire altr.hlf'"
. scarce and wages high. > fcrgirl's ... f
digested .+. t'H1Iarnllnlllll"WII'f
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from ,,'blt'b.1t'\ you may view i. > science that wIll round out hollowr thin t
f M.rawliV tell' wn FIRM, HEALTHY WR1NK.
4 ,
It, It IB analogous with human rea- The Gazette LES front the '/air ,
Peking recently suspended and hallI no matter how .'."Pih*
t-,... W> said before and repeat was somewhat older than the ? It is a food that builds? arid keeps 120 aL "ING goal q.THE.n,BUST tlll".nl or 111..1"(1\,1 to maU' the l>Irast firm 'lalllf" and hntlltlLl1 mothsChM' ""dh'e from
wflk raiphaKU' : The prohibition ques- Ocala Banner. It was established in shrinking .ner weauing b.hp
} alwII'Ou'
... strength. w < GEISHA SKIN fOOD. II wdlrestore ah,4rmto o.llul I PI i
Iten It a moral question subject to 1361. It lived 546 t.I.' \ tour IIII.II"'alll 'I''I 1111"1111 .
only The
years. :; ,....,. Morn nur"nll: o. .Icknr" On ..1f'.t alt Ort."Ipa! 1..art1Dl.J.
tile ttatiiB of the local community, and Ocala Banner expects to live longer fO and, idea Urr+gttst rrcrrp1;.'or"I will...flY."I hl' sent, 10 lnv ,+IJIrt"., twctagr prepaid, I. plaluwtapper
" net a political I issue, although much than that. It expects to employ bal FREE I! A simple "01lIot f'noultb It) couviacf you ol tike great Gent v I V

we would like to SPP the entire moot- loons in its delivery service. 1 \.I., ,. GEISHA SKIN fOOD WI:! 1. !>rot frre fortcrceat', "n.b: pIP
ALL DRUGGISTS COco AND rllt the "[\ .d "ulhulZ W. ,
S : will ,10" .rn.t
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*-d qur tion Rotttlwl for all time to rou our
\\1/1/ fWOMAN'S BEAUTY" .tni* ....r
tam .-Fort Meade Observer. Take a peep at the Banner ads. ) O O OO 9 It Andre nlII"1Z11I1,,. GEISHA the ,"." nrrk anJ Ann* and which hall daectroosor contain all Jr the..rtauia proper< lit toir Me.
: MFG. CO. ?n Iliuaxk si BROOKLYN N. V.lr .
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Case Attracted Great AttentionEloquentSpeeches ': .

Were Made-- Jury Were Skin of Whole Body Cove

Year-Awful Itching 1 ,'k

Out 16 Hours. ferer Awake Half th \ .

Tried All Kinds of Re r

They Had No Effect.

IT* celebrated Strobhar case occupied charged with embezzlement in the I ,
the entire time of the circuit' Bum of $7500; brought in a verdict of CUTICURA REMt .

court I guilty. W. D. Fagan was foreman of A
Thursday, the argument of the I PERFEC'"I :
the jury.
attorneys consuming the day. I ._.--._
This: famous case, which baa beenon
The court opened at the usual time, wish to let you
the docket of the circuit court of : teed one set of Cut

5 I o'clock, when the argument of the Alachua county for the past four one cake of Cuticure

day previous was resumed. Hon. terms having been continued from.I CuUcura Resolvent but Pilla two- ,

Prank Clark was the first speaker, oc- time to time was finally brought to dollar and twenty-fi
I have had wh
cup) ID** the morning. He was fol.lowt'4 trial Monday, and has occupied the aye
I I tutu an itching ofwhen
'Iff State Attloraey J. M. Rivers entire time of the court this week. I would rvti ..

after whom came lion Robert W. The case attracted a large crowd anda would keep me aw
and the more I wou
I>avl. fur the defense, who took up great deal of Interest owing to the it would itch. I tr

the time of the court in a very inter- prominence of the defendant. The tidies but could get.
of mine told ma
t tlbg I petnh for the remainder of best legal talent that could be secured Remedies which I

tfce! afternoon, when the case:: was was employed on both sides. State glad I tried them, ., t .
cured. If any of
Urwd over to the jury for their deliberation Attorney J. M. Rivers was assisted in be troubled with .

and verdict.It the prosecution by Judge Syd L. Carter will cheerfully reco
Remedies, and if 1 .
was 5:30 when the jury filed into of this city, and Attorney: R. A. wants to know ho

ike little room which had been provided Burford of Ocala: while the defense shall be glad to te

and the court took a recess I was represented by Congressman Pagluich, 207 N.
111., Oct. 8 and It
until I Friday morning with Instruction I I Frank Clark, ex-Congressman Robt.

*, however that if verdict was I W. Davis, and Attorney B. A. Thrasher -

reached by a reasonable hour the I'. and many fine points of law were !I CUTIThe

court would be reconvened and the I' brought into the case. i I

verdict received. I Col. Davis made the closing argument Oreat Skin .

Tbtre was no verdict reached at I. for the defense, concluding and Sweetest

midnight however, hence the fate of II I i about 5:30 o'clock Thursday after- Cuticura Ointmf '.

J. X Strubhar was not known. (: noon. The court then made its tion, the most hu
It I iM expected that the jury will ': charge, after which the jury retired and scalp, including ,

bring in a verdict at the opening of 1.I and court adjourned, with instruc- pound, in proof
with Cutics.
the ttiiin this mom ing. There is yet tions if a verdict should be reached anointing hot bath
ceded by a Viand ,
eunidfriV speculation as to what within a reasonable time after supper, followed in thesevof ;

thin \.., ,u* will be.Gainsville Sun the court would be reconvened. No Cuticura Resolventis
often sufficient to all .
Nu\Hul :22.Thf :: verdict was reached, however, and the lief in the most distre
I .
fate of the defendant was not known ing burning, and scaly
rashes, and irritations
fotowing telegram was received until the opening of court this morn- Bleep, and point to a sp

b from iainilh by The Banner ing. most, if not all other rer
physicians fail.
yeti play afternoon: Motion was immediately made for anew
Complete External and Inte <
Gainesville. Nov. 22.After having.I trial, and will be argued this af- Every Humor ot Infanui. (Altar
.I late of ruUcura soap <25c.) to
bPt1I out about sixteen hours, the jury II ternoon. Cutioura Ointment 50c ) to heal t.
I ears Kesolvrnl SOr' ). for in the fuOttted
te the ,..M* of the State of Florida \.s.I I I The wife of the defendant stayed: Pills. JSc per vial of 60i to
1',11throu.hltut the world PotloCorl
J. N. Strobbar, former agent of the II faithfully by him during the entire ) Sole Props. Boston. Masstree. .
I erllsald A Book on skit
Atlantic Coast Line in this city. I ordeal. JESSE E. BURTZ.
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14. Arnold Hat Co. vs. .
MIDWINTER TERM OF CIRCUIT E. W. Davis state's attorney; -. -.
Driver et al. Assumpsit.
COURT for defendant.
I & Burton for plaintiffs; II. L
17. State vs. Most Boyd. Resist-
son for defendants.
Ut of Cane on Criminal and Civil i ing an officer. E. W. Davis state's
15 Geo. D. Witt Shoe Co.
Dockets attorney; II L. Anderson for defend-
W. Driver et al. Assumpsit. Ft
The mid"inter term of the circuit ant.
ter & Burton for plaintiffs; II. L.
18. State vs. II. M. Dearborn andJ.
court! for Marion county will convene derson for defendants.
S. Hampton. Embezzlement and
te this city December 3. Following is 1C. II. M. T. Carter vs. M
larceny. E. W. Davis, state's attorney -
the critnitld docket: Lumber Co.; assumpsit. L. T.
; R. A. Burford and II. M. Hampton
I. tM11.. William Mansfield. for plaintiff II. L. Anderson an.. .. .
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for defendant. : lMj1' ;J; "" ...
Appealed from justice court. E. W. M. Hampton for defendants. I _....._ .A -_._ -- ._, 'f.- ",._ _;..__; J .01,( :::j- '" _...
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Common Law Cases --- -- ---
Movie for plaintiff; 11. M. Hampton 17. Harry Hamilton vs. A. E. Max- u I

1 for defendant 1. Yonge & Cline Co. vs. Atlantic ey; assumpsit. L. T. Izlar for plaintiff 29. Valcny Meginny. II. C. Jones

2. State n. Cbeney Ulmer. Appeal Coast Line Railroad Company. Action : ; McConathy for defendant Ejectment. H. L. Anderson for plaintiff MEAT i IWHHAHSCbHDITIOH

from justice court E. W. Da- at law. Hocker and Duval attor- 18. Ethel Crosby an infant by her ; E. W. Davis for defendant. 10

for plaintiff; R. 0. Bullock for de- neys for plaintiff; R. A Burford for next friend, J. W. Crosby vs. Atlantic SO. McGebee Lumber Company vs.

'u. l- defendant. Coast Line railroad company; actionat Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. -ON- ;

S. Slate vs J. S. )1 Amster. Ap- 2. William Young vs. Susie Brad- law. R. L. Anderson for plaintiff; Acttion at law. H. L. Anderson and I TnrOtltylUiOWll D

f *tod from justice court. E. W. Da- dock. Ejectment. R. McConathy for R. A. Burford for defendant. II. M. Hampton for plaintiff; L. N. [ CURE R

Vto for plaintiff; Laurie T. Izlar andC. plaintiff; II. M. Hampton for defendant 19. Dunnellon Phosphate Co. vs. Green for defendant Cold Storage SALT,. 10'(- I5K! H'YOU"w 11MD'A IM COY

L BUtrunk for defendant.I. Atlantic Coast Line railroad company 31. E. P. Rentz Lumber Co. vs. flltMli erTestor
IVoNY YYtARle flf IYt OLST.DK'i .'W
State vs. Alfred Wilson. Bas 3. George MacKay vs. Hall &:: ; assumpsit. 0. T. Green and Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. .URKt FOR C.SfASf I"SlOU C'.U IUYQS'
II[s1 RS AI"TITt w0 nUtlnAIItAA1t3 tKn
tardy E W. Davis states attorney; Thagard. Action at law. C. L. Sis- BIsbe & Bedell for plaintiff; R. A. Action at law. H. L. Anderson and nuriMANy A FOOD w""'+0.'W.-.oIIe."Ic- t .
for Hocker l Duval M .Hampton for plaintiff; L. N. Kill KVI it A tsui*01'uvl rev AY.Ya
-. for plaintiff. trunk plaintiff; : Burford for defendant. H. We desire to announce that our "
'tt 2S CENTS MuuMrDUUtv
5. Ute *B. Milo Williams Ap- for defendant. 20. Edward C. McLeod vs. Florida Green for defendant Cold Storage Department for the cur- IIUA DAUGWSIS WMUFACTIPKO tJ

I**)*(from justice court E. W. Da- 4. Stringfellow & Doty Co. TS. Lime Co.; assumpsit. H. L. Anderson 32. Louis E. Robinson, as executor Ing of meat is now open. ACIffRHAH8 f: STEW AT.'"Z

.. Mate's alters ey ; II. M. Hampton Gibson & Gibson. Action at law. A. for plaintiff; Hocker & Duval for vs. R. L. Martin. Ejectment. II. We are the COLD STORAGE PIONEERS ,

fur drftfidant.t II. King for plaintiff; C. L. Sistrunkfor defendant. L. Anderson and II. M. Hampton for OF FLORIDA, hare given the

Slate vs. Mack Adams and defendant. 21. Lang Swartz & Co. vs. C. B. plaintiff; Hocker t Duval for defendant curing of meat the closest study for Jerry Burnett,

r ( Richard Adams. Assault with intentto 5. J. K. Orr Shoe Co. vs. Carter i: Mallard and C. N. Kirkland; aasump- years, and our uniform past good service -

\ murder K. W. Davis state's at- Anderson. Assumpsit. L. T. Izlar sit. R. L. Anderson for plaintiff; Is the very best evidence of our Merchant

(0f1K'1. R. B. Bullock for defendant. for plaintiff; H. Davis for defendant R. B. Bullock for defendant NOTICE ability to serve you.

9. State \B. J. Stephens.. Em- 7. Pollock & Burnhelmer ts. Chas. 2:. H. G. Eagleton. C. M. Livingston We therefore announce READY

l..*a>mrnt. E. W. Davis, state's attorney. W. Driver et al. Forrester & Burton ; assumpsit. C. L. Sistrunkfor All persons are forbidden to trade We want you to appreciate that It Tailoring.

II L. Anderson and R. B. Bul- for plaintiffs; H. L. Anderson for de plaintiff; II. L. Anderson for de for any due bill given by me to W. L. means superior equipment Including Ocala Florida

-' for defendant. fendants. fendant. Smith until all claims on merchandise duplicate machinery in case of accI-

10 State VI. James Harvey. Break- 8. Armstrong, Cator & Co., vs. 23. Viola Smoak vs. Atlantic Coast business of said Smith are settled. dent and skilled assistants to do the Finest Imported and;
: Domestic Cloths. .
tef down and cutting fence. E. W. Cbas. W. Driver et al. Assumpsit. Line railroad company; assumpsit.R. JOHN PASTEUR work in the best possible manner.In .

Hurt, states attorney ; R. 0. Bullock Forrester & Burton for plaintiffs; II. L. Anderson for plaintiff; R. A. 10.11w. Stanton, Fla. this connection we cannot too Cutting a Specialty

for defendant L. Anderson for defendants. Burford for defendant. strongly urge upon our friends to take Firs ( ; uarlntetiL

11. Stave vs Homer Dean. Mayhem 9. old Dominion Pants Mfg. Co. vs. "4. W. W. Clyatt vs. W. S. West, ; Manufactured in Ocala I their meat where they KNOW it will ----i.lfci

K W laMate's attorney; Chas. W. Driver et al. Assumpsit. assumpsit. Hocker & Duval for Do you know that we are making I I have the proper attention. It is no VA'lld ,V.A l'r..11''

M L Vnderson and R B. Bullock for: Forrester & Burton for plaintiffs; H. plaintiff: R. A. Burford for defendant. cement brick in Ocala, which are superior !I GUESS WORK for you to let us serve

.t..nd..n I L. Anderson for defendants. "_5. H'nT1A.. SchoeQin (use of J. in lasting quality to any other | you again. -... .... __ '-. -- -- ,

1:::. Stale \ .*. Heiirv Cordon. Ag- 1 I!j 10. John E. Hurst & Co. vs. Chas. W. Pearson) vs. E. T. Helvenston. make of brick on the market, and we j To those storing meat for the first I ..J.'t.\.," ..\.'A.y--..'...". :.' .,". .-;' -.._.,.-.st.. '"'.'- ,

: l"-IIIt.! E. W. Davis, states i W. Driver et al. Assumpsit. Forres- I ej,'ctntent. H. L. Anderson for plain- can sell them as cheap as other makesin I '. '.; ) ..,' f ";:,.I
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? f.. It Anderson and C. L. t: ter & Burton for plaintiffs; H. L. An- ; tiff: C. L. Sistrunk for defendant. large or small quantities. We also I I .1 .

' 8i-.tr' ,nK I !fur defendant. i derson for defendants. I, :2t fj. Hoopes Bros. & Darlington. manufacture and have on hand hex- satisfied with our past faithful spr- FUNERALDIRECTORS.

l.i: State t's. l Isul' Solomon. Ag- i 11. Meinhard. Schaul & Co.8.. +: Crane & :McMahon; assumpsit. H. agon blocks for paving purposes. II vice. I

lfa\ato.t'a".l\1111. I': W. Da\K states i j Chas. W. Driver et al. Assumpsit.: L. Anderson for plaintiff; E. J. L'En- l I We will be glad to answer all inquiries Please note that our smokehouseswill I

a.tonl' \ --. for def,'ndant.II I j Forrester & Burton for plaintiffs; H. I gle, Axtell & Rheinhart and C. L. Sis- I and show samples. I be in operation and we will also I .

S'u.s: Have English. Keep- .. Anderson for defendants. I trunk for dry! nan:: WOODMAR SAND AND STONE CO. .i be ready to smoke the meat for those ;i -
1 I : full stock of Coftiu-i i .
Ini rf ..i-tl.'snc! !': hUll-e E. \\.. Davis II. 12. Strauss Bros.5.. Chas. W. 27. John W. Pearson vs. Hall & I P. 0. Box 956 so desiring. and! Burnt a, Outfit-. :M 1'" .',. /ivm% kett I.Burial .

..hUt. .f.'! lP \ K H Buo\!! for de- Driver et al. Assumpsit. Forrester I Bigham; trover. H. M. Hampton for I 104tf.. Ocala Florida. Soliciting your future patronage, w<- "ei vi -t'h.Embalming.
I for H. L. Anderson Hooker & Duval for ilefend- beg to remain,
f.'n.tta & Burton plaintiffs; ; plaintiff; ------- to Order

r. v.1' i. \v.u iMerson. MurI' for defendants. I ante. Mrs. Sistrunk. the mother Messrs.. Your friends, ,

.!,.. 'I' nnimte's attorney; 13. I. & S. Bing TS. Chas. W. Dri- 2S. Jennie \\'!Jitfjj'S.l i H. C. S. T., C. L. and Henry Sistrunk of
it ii. H'"llK'1lOr defendant ver et al. Assumpsit. Forrestter & Jones. EjectlU nt. H. L Anderson this city is very ill at her home at (, F
, 1*! SM-. \- IKKWilson.[ Carnal i Burton for plaintiffs: H. Anderson for plaintiff: E. W. Davis for defend- I Mont brook. greatly to the regret of

,. for ft'Tltlants.I ant. h,M- friend I HERMAN BENJAMIN, Mgr.
Ii female
"! '< ::1, uii: >.irried : I I't
I The usual prices will prevail. ERR.YSSeeds
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"'\ r ful to mark plainly,

Great suffering is the lot of all women, who neglect the health of their womanly -

{ organs. No reason to do so, any more than to neglect a sore throat, tne prove their:\:. "TO w., ".r', .1.. a'*. '.nsrvstSJCCPJ "llaof

4 f 0 r colic, or any other disease, that the right kind of medicine will [cure. Take i Mue no Mistake ta r i >.t, I.nrl*hi\: .arcsy.1(' J Iv t IioUDwCd;careful

I plant: ; .:n:,) ,here. Your
| Several shipments, from our dean sells tb"in 1S07 Seed

Wine of arduifor | friends, intended for us have '. Annual I). ><. nI1"1-.L free or. (:equ o.. Ixtr
,Ladies i failed to reach us because they --- --

'were marked wrong. MOTH

all your womanly ills. It can never do harm, and is certain to do good. Be careful to mark plainly, i A moth destroyer and disinfectant.

Mrs. Sallla: H. Blair, of Johnson City Tenn., Writes: "I had suffered from womanly troubles for sixteen Placed under carpets, or in the folds
of furs and clothing It drives awiymoth
Ills months and had four doctors, but they could not help me until I began to take Wtne of Caidui our correct address, and worry. Twelve heeU In ft

Now I think I am about well" At all reliable druggists, In $1.00 bottles. Try it packet carriage prepaid. 10 cents;
Florida Packing a Ice Co six packets 59 cents if drugglit dove
Write today for a free copy of valuable 64-pate Rostrated Book for Women. If 1M M4 Medical not have it.
WRITE US A LETTER Advice, ,describe yow symptoms, stating ape an! reply wH be sent la plain! sealed"Yelope.A' Powder Works, Solution SOt
l 1.:2 '-ens Ia A vieorv rt TheChY..+ AlefeineCo.'fhaN.en Tern. OCALA, FLA. Madigan
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Men's $1.25 Top Shirts, white or fancy ?;
>, ,. '" less than actual cost of material, as ;. colored, only. . . . .. 84c 1-,<
... our biggest money lies in this stock. '
'" \I .. .- For lack of space we only mention a j I Men's $1.00 Top Shirts, neat figure, :' |;,,

'... .: : on light grounds, only. . . 59c fP-
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.,1 .., Men's Heavy Blue Serge Suits, madein Men's 75c. Top Shirts, hundreds of <<

1' / ... 1'' t .. f .-t 3 the very latest styles. Worth patterns, only. . . . 43c J .
t ) "'" tt $15.00, sale price only. . . .$ 9 98 Men's Heavy Denim Work Shirts, assorted >
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.....r '!' .7'',:I'-.l.. '.' Y ,.. ,. .. '" J lien's Black Venetian Suits, single or !1 colors, only . . .. 43c >-
..';, i iJ. To : I ," ... .i double breasted. Worth $15.00, sale I:; Men's 50c Blue Denim Work Shirts, < -

i'p j price only . . . . 9 98 II! only. . . . . . .. .. 39c- .
1 ,. Men's Assorted Shades Wool Suits, *0Ii
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I' ,, We have a large line of Men's Suits, i. .;_ -
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made up to now at $4.98 to. . J I3 98 or .
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suitable for 1C, 19 and. Zq
.et White Madras, Turkey Red Damask, 'k.o '" .... H
\"al.anI! Suits. Worth double, 50x50-in. Table Cloth bleached. . 46c We have a very large line of Men's Fleece Lined Shirts or Drawers t

,. Ml price from 8 to. . . 19c !I 50xCO-in. Table Cloth, bleached. 69c and Boys' Overcoats and Raincoatsin 50c. value only. .. . 39c J

,, \\Tdte Ungeree. very fine 40 incheswIde I Ix Melton and Covert Cloth. Worth ; Men's Camel Hair Shirts or Drawers, 1fI tI

Worth 4uc.. sale price only. J4c i 50x72-in. Table Cloth, bleached. . 79c $3.00 to $15.00, sale prices $1.98 to. $9 98 I I. 35c. value, only . . . 24c ..

.,,r 1...n Dress Linen, assorted quali- I 30x92 Bleached Table Cloth. . 98c SALELOOK Boys' Suits go in this sale at un- I Men's 50c. Balbriggan Shirts or Draw- 'Zyi I
t .. Wortb double, sale price from S-4 Turkey Red Table Cloth. . . 49c i! mersiful prices. I ers, only . . . . .. 3/w t

: 1C to . . . . . . 2JCflran I 104 Turkey Red Table Cloth . 59c I I Boys' Blue Thibet Suits, sale price Men's 35c. Balbriggan Shirts or Drawers ':

lri'tr Flannellettes, all corors, Table Cloth. . 79c I only. . . . . . J 39Boys' '
12-4 Turkey Red only . . . . . 21 c .
t Worth 12c.. sale price only. 8cD I IIW I Blue Serge Suits. Worth $5.00, t

** Regatta Plaids, all colors. : Sheets and Pillowcases sale price only. . . . . 3 48 Men's All Wool Sweaters. Worth $3, {t
only. . 6 J-2c 'I sale price only. . . . . $1 48
Worth Ifk'. sale price I All kinds of Boys' Suits thrown in this |t

i few* Ginghams, assorted colors. 1Sx45-in. Pillow Cases. . . 12c sale at 98c. to. . . . . 3 98 Men's Half Wool Sweaters, honeycomb ', '*,

Werth 12c.:! sale price only . 8 l-2c 1Sx45in. H. S. Pillow Cases. . J6C I Men's and Boys' Pants in all styles, I patterns, only. . . 84c : <3.;,

.tflMMli<>aK Apron Giughams, assorted !! 72x90-in. Sheets. . . . 39c I'I shades and weaves, go in this sale at Men's Hunting Coats, rm"ck or Corduroy <
clicks. Worth 10c.. sale price only 8 I-2c : record-breaking prices. I sale prices only $1.98 and. . 48 : : I
81x90-in. Sheets. . . . . 79c t Srf ::
....Bbia P rcalea, light and dark I II I Boys' Pants from 19c. to. .s. . 98c tMen's Caps in all colors and shapes '. j

...... fast colors. Worth 10c., sale ,.., I : sale lOc. . .. 24c t t
j BED SPJIE0DS i Men's Pants from 98c. to. . . 3 48 prices only to. t
Jflc't' only, . . . . . /CVPMte
I Men's and Youth's Odd Coats at. . 98eLeDIES' i I Men's Hats at less than manufactur- /
for Suits,
beats Linen . . 84c
K .inches wide. Worth 50c., saleonly $1.25 Bed Spread I er's cost sale prices only 49c. to. $1 79 fMen's

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I. IJI'k't"' . . . ".. 29C $1.50 Bed Spread. I j COATS Genuine J. B. Stetson Hate at. 3 48 Jr _
........'bt't1 Sheeting 30 inches wide. 1 $2.00 Bed Spread . . . . $124 j I iI .;'' r. <

Il . 5c 1 48' 11| All kinds of Men's Goods will be J
Worth He., sale price only. I $2.50 Heavy Fringed Bed Spread. j Ladies' Long "Cravenette" Coats ex-

I11tbkached $heating, yard wide, very $3.00 Heavy Fringed Bed Spread . 198 \ tra long, assorted colors. Worth II sold at prices that will move same 'tout

M", Worth 10c.. sale price only 6 I J-2c $11.00, sale price only. . .. $7 48 ;, of the house, as we must sell our *
a. chrd $ *tto*, nice quality, yard NAP {1NS AND DOILIESOne FOR I Ladies' Extra Fine Melton Full i goods in order to make good with our ::1i t

....*". Worth U("., sale price only. 8e and Length. Worth $12.50, sale price I'' creditors. f

If ffcttWaittiogs, Linen finish yard hundred dozen Napkins i only. .. . . . .. .. 7 93Ladies' 'tS
WU*. Worth 15<<'., sale price only. 812cOlthiaached Doilies will go at this sale at SHATTERED :I Black and Tan Full Length ;
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(1 Sheeting full width for PRICES. I II I I Coats. Worth double, sale prices i i Mens-SIjOES-Ladles SjC

BaNly beds. Worth 35c., sale price I $2.98 to. . . . . . 4 48
. . . . 29cw. I LACE CURT INS t I' A large line of Ladies' Jackets, I: This is the line that has built our %

have thousands and thousands i $1.00 Lace Curtains, per pair. . S9c i jl Coats and Capes, at 59c. to. . 7 98 :Every

of yards t.f all kinds of Dress Goods $1.25 Lace Curtains, per pair . 79c THE I II I 1. pair of shoes that leaves our store %1
vWrh nil! in in this sale at unmerciful I
P"'t'II. iu on hand and secure I $1.50 Lace Curtains, per pair. . 98c i! LADIES' HATS : is with the understanding that if it. ?

tW next ...k>t-tlon. $2.00 Lace Curtains extra fine, per I : does not prove satisfactory after lip'( }i

I pair . . . . . . $J 24 i This is a new line with us, hence what : ing worn, same may be returned .,.. 4 V
I $3.00 Lace Curtains, very large per I, I. you will find in our stock will be the we will make it good. '. .
. I, pair. . . . . . . 1 98 I, latest styles. Sale prices are $1.98to. ; Men's Solid leather Sole Shoes, cap i

Out Hn- of Outing Flannel Tuderr i I I . . . . . . . $4 9S and plain toe. Worth $1.51sa10 *

(',.n-j"I"1 ; of the following and allIa'6 LADIES'E WAISTS AND SKIRTSThis t price only. . . . . SJ 19 ; P

art'.r'. !' .I"'II !, I is a new line with us, henceeverything ;1 GREEN RUGS I Men's Solid Leather Calf Skin Shoe -* a

zI .'. Embroidi different shapes .'. \
Timr:"I! i shown is a recent pur I Worth $ sal.-I

I to. . . . 98c I: chase. We have all kinds of Skirts SOxGO Smyrna Rug. . . . $ 98c III 1, price only . . . . 148 d

loA .....n-, triumKil in Embroid- l I'' in Worsteds, Brilliantines, Broadcloths 3'' xCO Minister Rug. . . . 1 98 o :Men's Solid L.'ath 'r IliI Grain RrP *
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< r"r l.al'I' ( to 98c and Silks. The prices in this II Worth $1 i.7".. .
llt'I pries on'y' 139
j: 36x72 Minister: Rug. . . 3 2A 'i' f
sale will be only from $1.24 to. . $6 98 Md .,, .
Ladies' Ribbed Underwear I ;\ 7 1-2 ft by 9 ft Art Square. . . 2 42 '- Dr'- s; Silo! ->, P!: Vici and PatI
I Ladies' Black Silk and Satine PettU i i I:' I I..<:at:" r- \\'. ,,t in n.'arlimiu.; ..',
t : coats, in this sale at 74c. to. . 4 48 9x12 ft Art Square. . . . 3 9$ I, ', I
1.lh" !I' \ {P.t-. I 'I'' ITK. nJ-. .* '-x to. . . 3 98

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: Waists, but it is all up to now and SUIT CASES .
t tlt'd't'I';( of Panf nt shap.Worth $1.75'lo;; price} .S\ ,!

\ 'rla' '-"<'.. "all'! pruf (on'y.: . 43c: you will find the entire assortment "11 ,) ,::... . . . . . . I 24 &'
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I.,. Ft.: '',- '. ".iv! '- ur l'..ui:.. I! only . . .. . . 43C I : ; 0 -:a.! pro-: only $1. IS to. 2 48 ?
2C-in. Leatherette Case for. . 1 24 '
"urrti '" :,r.oe only . 39 I Ft fe.dYa sts. sale price only. . 24c .\ large line of V'ath'r ca-. n(}} < and Girls' Sclool Shoes, the J
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rhttdnu, V- -'- ,i.r Pants, only 1"1. -o. 24iV s \\';;::-:.- ale price only' ?2. !v t $3 48 iiuM'd prices only J
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Mr I:. 8. Upham of South Lake -

Wwtr _*. a welcome visitor at the Notwithstanding the numerous candidates The great "coming out" conTention

Lake and Sumter district coimntlon I Ida now seeking positions in Floi; in Ocala recalls two touching, thrillIng
understand that
Xoemt..r ft and G, and made himselfIffif'ran many mon incidents in regard to the late Out Cost but
uwful. are contemplating entering, and the< Not Selliqg at Selling at a Legitimate Profit,
first primary election next General Bullock of that city. They

!nterl The chn Congregational lost their Endeayorera faithful organ at find that the largest number of May aspirant will happened during the convention pe -, tjict) Should Aiwys Be Satisfactory to Dealer aid) ConsumerDiamonds )

lit. Mlsa Haltle ever sought the suffrage of thei riod. The state convention met at
Fraxer by her
goingto fellow
Jackson, Mlaa. for men at one and the earn lime St. Augustine in 1SSS. Grand old
course In before In Florida
The "coming out
.tf io raphy. After the farewell"abuwer" Bullock was a candidate for governor '
convention at Ocala last week seem
of many glftg she was pre- to have animated many others wit] i the leading one at the start. He

( 4eatwl with a beautiful C. &. pin by the belief that they: too, have a I dropped behind after the balloting

the *, 'lHjr. Another pleasant deed chance of election. I had progressed tome time. For two

-u the Riving of a year' subacripttua Every county in the state seem I:. days the battle waged. Capt Fleming '

to the "home paper" aa a our to have some favorite son for a pox, I. at the end, was the victor and Watches Bracelets Necklaces

pries to an absent member.Mr. ion, and who could fill an omce to jnicety. had the scalps of Bob Davis and General ,
aM Mrs. HrndertHm. enthuslas- Bullock. Called upon for a

tk -orlu'rs from Arno are locating It is said that the more the merrier, speech. Marion's favorite eon thrilled
Cut Glass Hand-Painted China
to GaI8.m*, tU University City,, and it can lit set down that Q.ery, the convention by a talk tbat made

where they will receive a hearty wet merry time politically is promised foi friends of everyone. The first incident ,

t'UG'o the North Gainesville En- Florida. It is said that Attorney General : was at Ocala when the old man

dwtvt1t re.Laka Ellis will not ask for reflection, returned. He was met by a great. Edison PhonographsT

city Las a new Senior Society,, and a state exchange raises the crowd, whose enthusiasm and love

Gr15aa'at August 4, with Mr. T. J. mournful cry that this office will probably brought tears to the brave man who I

CatMle, R. K. D. No. 3, as secretary.It be begging for a candidate had so often come BO near victory at I i

ta callwl Uelhlehem Lutheran, and Don't let anyone be hoodwinked will} the hands of conventions. The other T this season the public usually expects to see glaring an-

to pfubably the only Luth ran society any such thought as there will be incident occurred a few mouths later nouncements of merchants and other .tradesmen offering j

ta uttr family of Kndwor societies. candidates galore for this, as well as! in Orlando. 'I great quantities of "the very latest styles in everything,
W The convention to select a standard- .
"JoJ the
strong words other
offices. There
are plenty of "
from the manufacturer
just selling at and below cost j
: willing
etc. The stock of goods to be found here will to the
la Ute newspapers that are BOwttraly ready to take the job. district was in session. The :;speech prove
.i ", of General Bullock in Su Augustine careful and that NEW GOODS
diMuutBg the wet or dry The great rush for United States up-to-date buyer they are ,

... J....., senator is attracting attention in other after his defeat for the nomination ofgovernor : LATEST DESIGNS, and being sold at REASONABLE

("}.rear. Ik OB* t. a well beloved had made him: the leading ,
states, and a Georgia contemporary PRICES-not below cost, however, as that isn't the way we
tpsrtler of the Avon Park Consregatiotal asks "What is the mtater with tt< candidate for congress. His friends:: :
: distribute our charity gifts, in fact this establishment is our
.ek4y. died September 2G, aftor legal fraternity of Florida that so old and new, rallied to his:> support
After a deadlock of some hours, last- I only source of livelihood, and we are compelled to sell at a
two y''ra uf intense Buffering,, many lawyers want office ove: ,
into the night, he was decian-d in order to meet when fall due.
Inner with ChrUUan fortitude. Ills there?" Well we guess that the< ing profit our obligations they
the nominee, and spoke to the a: "elli-: The immense line of CUT GLASS SILVERWARE HAND
but word were: 1 believe that: the fees are neither large nor numerous: V. ,
U.rd will rain tut- up." enough to satisfy all, and some wisl bled thousands. lie began his: t-peech : I PAINTED CHINA and other high class goods we are offering -

The lat of six district conventions to out of the to allow ot.1ersa by saying: "It's a long lane that has: :
get way : this will those who in search of
"be laughs best who ; e season delight are something -
md * laughs last"-or words to that ef really artistic for a holiday gift for a friend. Besidesthe
WlimarU .ttt'wh.t1) HVH; the state Junior practice.-Jacksonville :Me
*>i riQU-ud at. two; Treasurer fect. One of his most ardent workers !I r. special holiday line, we have one of the most complete
Msatt\\n oar, and the secretary fromlalurlreh.Ht About Oklahoma and supporters, both at the AncientCity :: lines of staple jewelry in Florida in SOLID GOLD, STERLING -

wa at all. Oklahoma Is larger in area than Indiana and at Orlando was Col.! 1. E. SILVER Etc.
Barwick of Sumter. At both iliac,-she ,
and Ohio combined. N
We would call especial attention to our big collection of the
exlubi'iu :
his friends by
ALABAMA ADOPTS STATE PRO Oklahoma will be the twenty-thin surprised : g
HIMTION i state in the Union in point of popula powers of genuine oratorv. His : c famous EDISON PHONOGRAPHS, which range in price

speech at the latter place, nominating from $12.50 to $55. Also over 2,000 records of all the most

rNMw .NfIla'a Good ExampleWill tion.Oklahoma has 5500 miles of rail the general, was a gem, according: to popular musical selections of the day. Call and hear the

Florida Follow Suit? roads, 700 banks and 50 daily news I the then brilliant editor of the 1 ua*'.- splendid tone of these machines.
Union Col. Merrill, who publi-hni! itt
l&ulat.u-.etrr. Ala.. Nov. 2u.-The papers.} I
Oklahoma's metropolis Oklahoma in full. Like Lincoln's Uuobmgspeech -
faranotuM I truulbiikm bill, aa it pass .I k
roiu"inb 'ri
it was short. As
City, has forty miles asphalt pave-
-4 the w uate jrvMerdajr, was approve ments. by an old fellow, who .peau.l it to
'' Yours for Holiday Gifts
ml b> ib. hutmu today by a vote of Oklahoma's constitution is the biggest the writer, the speech began J-OIIK'-

7o w.. 1 1 will to neat to the govrtaur in the Union, being made up of; thing like this: "I rise to nominate a r. {

at tart't> The law is effective sixty thousand words. hero<< -a hero not of victory, bin' a 1.",,-

iu 1Mdt I al; w luck time the Kale of all State-wide prohibition is provider ro in defeat." He closed by say mg."I : A. E. BURNETT i

thanescrpt alcohol for medicinal In the constitution.The take pleasure and pride in placingin i

parptarrr. tout t"t'al in the state. A "initiative and referendum" an,. nomination for congress from the i I

.Utoffl.'.-r. with salary of faUOO awr in the constitution, and extends: als; I!second district of Florida-the hero THE HIGH-CLASS JEWELER t
enforce the I in defeat at the St. Augustine convention .; !
to Iw appuint to i
> IK to; municipalities.
General Robert Bullock of Postoffice Block OCALA FLA. :
Oklahoma has 21.C69 full-bloode; .

tewI'rwdluc) tJIt''o in a telegram,, Indians and 50,670 part Indians. Iany;:. Marion county." I I

lrtw iJvKitt of New York City paid of them are highly civilized. I History sometimes repeats Hselt'Jefferson n;> i'V1kTl L "" """' 7"'

Coiner and describ- "corn state" having.i B. Browne recently took
a trtbui to Gov. Oklahoma is a
tn| thr rM'*nt elwtum day scenes inurwtnttbatu. raised 150.000,000 bushels last year.-:: sides in a great local election, involving ; Jl1i.j1.# :
the continuance of the liquor regime -
) amusing the delegatesto New York Herald. I
In conclusionMr I in Monroe county. He chose to ; :
murb *uihu iaaffl. AWVW ",,
Ijiuatlft said: Prominent Tampa Citizen is Dead I i stand and fight for the cause of the i iI I

I AlaBia! in to bt congratulatedthat Capt. John McKay, one of the old'''1(home and the school and not for the ;i ij

best known citizens of Tampa 'i j saloon and its accompaniments. He
*lw hu Joined her sister state, cst and j
the father of D. and worked and gave to change
movement for Is dead. He was spoke
titetrrXY, ia this great l
editor of the Tamp;;L things.: Against his old-time friends
tht. rtBi|>tiiMi of her people from I B. McKay !
tkr curse of the whiskey traffic. Thereto I Times. lIe was born in 1841 and moved :- and supporters he lined up with the CO.3

sweepingthruuih to Tampa in 1S46, and reside<11 I women and the moral forces. He lost.
.0111 to tie a tidal wave
bet oulh" there until the time of his death. The county, through the help of the :

lie served as collector of custom:!; j Tampa "Robert" and local leaders

Sick Headache for two terms, and for two years prio rl was barely saved for booze. It went

TaU itUtroMinK dineane resultsfnwy to: his health falling was cashier litho 11 l wet by 40 votes.
a diM>rdend condition of the custom house. The following, taken from theI }

t4oftftfh.t'Aamht rIaID'sad can Stomach t*. cured and by taking Iher"ab. Few men were better known ii i Gainesville Sun, gives a graphic pictures WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERSOcala

..... Get a free sample at all South Florida than Capt. John Me. of the conditions and forces that i

drug" sad try It. x Kay. He saw the town grow Into i prevailed in that election.

z city from a straggling: .roast village'. "The Tampa Evening News tells
Seaboard Sued for Large and witnessed t.vtN ;the 'pment o f more than half a truth in the following

The Tampa Furniture Company has Florida from a wuc., "-., Qto one o I : 'Robert McNamee gives a good Florida }

} *cur H| Mutt against the SeaboardAir the most important of\tGt'Southert 1 i i reason for the activity and strength ,

Line Railroad, asking J30.00C states. of the prohibition movement at Key I
West. For years the saloons there
belief of A Significant Prayer lave been run without regard to law
TIe suit is baled tMr on the warehouse "May the Lord help you make Buck-" (>)1' proper restriction. Nearly all of Orders Are Filled the Day They
tt* company that len's Arnica Salve known to all,
which burned some Jenkins of Chapel Hill t hem had lewd-house attachments
sad roDh",", writes J. G.
titu aau was set on fire by sparks S. C. "It quickly took the pain out t heir business was carried on in a Arrive
on the railroad. :)t a felon for me and cured it in awonderfully ,;vay calculated to make the mobnoxous : -
from a locomotive short time. Best on
to common decency.
1 h- fire began at the roof of the arth for sores, burns and wounds.
in*. which was situated close to the !5c. at Tydings & Co's. drugstore x ;strength of the anti-liquor element RYE WHISKEY. I !; CASE WHISKEY.Per .
and ;ihould read the saloonists of Key 1 SPECIAL 4QT.OFFERS
li. U.ar.l\ trar'ks. and the bulldlne I Per Gallon. I. '
en'ir' iy I destroyed.Th5 NO NATURE FAKING Vest a lesson.' I Star Rye . .. . . .$1.50 I Qt. Bottle.
I 11'1 h'' w c'r.. We add another item, a dispatch tot!, lied Rock Rye . . .. . 1.75 \ Belle Isle .S .;5
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.TlmlN' Tribune Sued for $30,000' The following was sent out from 1 he Times-Union. It tells how his Belle Keystone Isle ... .. . .. .. 2.50 I -- ----- King of Kentucky .. ... . .75i !)

McSaA on the night President ]come people regard Jeff-another I Log Cabin .. . H' .. 3.00 ; FOR $2 9D a Uncle Joe. . . H' 1't
i r, l' Hunter through Washington We do not know Heating's Pride. .. .. .. .H 3.00 Strauss Royal Reserve .. .. l."o
and A. 8. Doekeiy.a Roosevelt entertained Joel Chanler 'hero in defeat. ). :Monogram .. ,. ... .. 3.50 ; We will send, f'xpre-.s'Old Maryland Rye .. . ... .1.110
H' ; l.aney t :(personally the brilliant gentleman-i ". Uncle Joe .. ... .. ... 3.30 I old Harvest .. . 1.of!
1... II,,,- a suit afraln: the Tribune Harris and bis son, Julien: 1\ from' Key West. For some of his,i ( Pilgrimage .. . . .. 4.00 prepaid( fnil quarts of Pilgrimage .. .. .. .. I.:1
The far forgot his animosity -\ Fern Hill . .. . .. ... o.O'i 'Cascade ... .. .. .. 1 :;;
1'.1 r I.hu.g (.'_ -c; ,sty for *;Jtl-tto; The president :so '.J.:last, close political friends, we have : i' Strauss' 76 .. ._ _'. .. .. 5.00 BALTIMORERYEFOR White Oak .. .. . .. .. . 1.::'
to > I '- -- .. ... .. ... .. .
article which ap- to "nature fakirs" as entertain \II our own opinion. It is not likely our CORN WHISKEY. ;; Fern Hill .1.\1
..I'. ?u .tll ., $3,50We ; Strauss' 76 .. .. ... H. .. l.i'
; We live i iin { Tennessee Corn
fakir for him. 4
r\hutlu! \ about a year \ at dinner the pioneer nature little vote will go Carolina Corn.. ... . 1.75Statosville < Old Oscar Pepper (not in bond). I' ">
1..1: l of DeSoto, with I! North : will send expressprepaid : ... .. .. IS.)
., -, is said to of them all, Joel Chanler Harris. the great county Corn .. . .. 2.00 Planters' "
.j. ,? I 'I 'i" paper| Charlotte Harbor. i Corn . ... ... 2.50 4 full quarts of i i Black and .t Scotch ... . 2.IIJ<
1.14td i I'. !tilt'' physician as "a "Uncle Remus" was accompanied by its magnificent Old Mountain Harvest Corn . .. . 3.00 jilt.i Vernon .. ... H' .. 1.75;:
L.t! Iinw Dr. Hunter his son, Julien. Other people are popular at home. j i GIN. : ROYAL
d. t I tt GIN
r, ati resident vt' Tampa. lie has The president is said to have insisted Still we lift our old hat-holes and j! Swan Gin .. .. .. ... .. .J1.50 I! RESERVE I .
a the dinner that the brave brilliant Key Westr. . . 1.75 : : Per Qt Botti
111 North in course of ill-to Tom Gin . .. _
.. .' r,'tuotir4 to a town does not play the guitar, If the days of conventions were "It.,;, Holland Gin . .. .. ... ... 2.00 $3.50We 1 I It'I' London Dock Gin ... .. .! .75;
t .r.lna.' the 'possum Ii Crown GIn. . ... .. ... .. 2.x0''I I FOR : Tom Gin ... ... .. .. 140
and tbat to say that he does is to impose still with us, Ocala might find him Perfection Gin . .. H' .. 3.00 will send 4 full "ts.Holland Gin ..s ... ... . 1.'"1"
fw President heartlessly on the cerdulity of is Orlando found grand old Bullock, S RUM. i i r Phosphate Gin ... .. .. .. 1.50New
Juwfe .. . .
Booth Tom Gin l.iO
Judge but who! ... ... OLDHARVEST :
friends ot Innocent children."I not only a hero in defeat one England Rum J2.50
4 'I'M lta-laware . .. .. 3.0Q j MALT WHISKEY
con- How will he fare in I Jamaica Rum
I airy U\e held a conference to know he do, retorted Uncle ReEIU3. 'laughed last. ; CORN 'I
Per Bottle
r >,t..r the probability of securing Ms the primaries? That's another talej; I Blackberry Brandy .. ... . .JL50 The best goods to be Duffy's Pure Malt . .. .J100
b..i.iiiatuw. for president by the democrat "How do you know, :Mr. Harris?" and we must not project the campaign;, Apple Brandy . .. . .. 3.00 had for the money : Bowman's . .. . . .. 1.60
u' national convention next year.U I demanded the president, heatedly. into this year.-DeSoto County e'\\'s.1 I I.: Peach Brandy . ... H. .. :3.00 i i SWEET GOODS.

decided to communicate "Brer 'possum done tol me so," re- I. WINE FOR $6,00'' Per Gal.
was of other A Hard Debt to Pay j Catawaba Wine .. .. ... .$i.+0 tpeachandHoney"a"gra.de. .J1.50 }
with prominent democrats plied Uncle Ilemus. "I owe a debt of gratitude that can\ Port Wine . . .. ... .. 1.50 We will send express: Peach and Honey "aa" grade %.OIJ
States for the purpose of presenting "At any rate: ," the president is said be paid off," writes G. S. Clark Blackberry! Wine . .. . 1.50I prepaid Hull quarts of Rock and Rye "a" grade . .. 1.50
consideratiya. never Wine .. ... .. .. 1.50 f Rock and Rye "aa." grade . 2 40California
Judge Gray's name for their to have responded, shifting his of Westfield, Iowa "for ray rescue Sherry Cognac . .. .. 3.03 STRAUSS FAMOUS Orange Brandy .. . . . J.uO
aad asking their cooperation ground, "I am familiar with bears, from death by Dr. King'sew Discovery. } Imported Port Wine .. .. 4.00 "76" Banana Brandy . .. . 3.09ArH
Both lungs were so seriously RYE < . . 3.00
to"I(d curing his nomination. and I know for a fact that the grizzlydoes affected that death seemed imminent, Imported Sherry Wine . .. 4.001 I v>t Brandy "

: not lure its prey by singing when I commenced taking Dr. King's
What Would You Do? coon songs." \ew Discovery. The ominous, dry

In cast- of a bum tlr scald the, pain wnaiwou ? "Brer b'ar done got a rnigbty> fine hacking cough quit before the first
y 11"..do t,> relieve bottle was used, and two more bottles
to occur in voice, Mr. Harris insinuated.At .
Such injuries are made a complete cure.othing
any fam.lv. and everyone Chainber should a!n bt''s a late hour both controversialists has ever equalled New Discovery for Send for Price list

tr-pre fr them. cloth will rt'- were as far from agreement as coughs colds and all throat and lung
Salve an.ll.Hl on a Fort Guaranteed by Tydings
Instantly and ever, and the president was proposing complaints.
lee thfl pain almost & Co., druggists. 50c. and $1. Trial
1* a wry seVE'reooe. to appoint John Burroughs arbi-
unless the Injury
bottle free.: x
"will cause the parts to heal trator, while Mr. Harris was holdingout > <
sale by
druggists.out leaving a scar. x for Dr. Long as referee. Banner ads pay. y\.,.. ...M.. AAAA*** yvvvrv'V"'llrtW


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; She thought she saw she rubbed br left ttobaoWeil, bow are you.aoyfcow siiact"j I IIaL
eye and looked again-she did see, aM ?" Ocala ,

s :rely never a stranger sight iras be1.M Tm over, wet and-laying her soma ,

oo Pairflf-Wa street! Had a Royal : hand upoo hfc. "don't think! I'm not i I was wm .
I I that drives by your
Bengal tiger come slouching throuzh glad to see yopea&i don't. I'm so i I b l.tx\ol1
I, .,
\i Hun.
e and
Saunders I t I II
Red Buggies
th? dust tt rou H not hare been more glad WO. I caart tell you-but I'm all 1..4 *
I' I l dy els: one: When w.
rn iaL The spectacle was a can; a' eocfusei-*> iKtte cappecs I : good

eery large and mighty shouldered man.1! "I shouldn't yaees K was the liveliest I chauge. ; we decided to

By wt.o kx>k oo toot him with a told !mr.erk i I: place fa the world by t look of it," 'I scale! ia F : i apology. The result
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HENRY WALLACE PHILLIPS.CojTrtght >es, keep tlie change regard. here I I II j I said Bed ".' &a far a& that's concerned ti* cak | them r *
t WM socarfbtn in the snvln of ha! !I II I kfaA dent know what to i ? of goods
I I c.n-1 the s=: quality
j that f:ate the Bend Gwr. ne say myself "nvre' soon a Leap to .
: WE by McCbu,.PtnMjs & I I wore tl?h bH>J xl tKota outside of hU ::: tai atom It's Lard to tell where to i cold ham : j Mt with euatomere a
Coiui/iu.?. i tail:ie with i r.elected. Our
; troa--rs, a t anrw I shirt with a yellow begin. But we've got t) be friends I !

-!lk kern b!'*f around hs nw-c. and rahg tbc-ush, Mattle-we've Just got to tefrie O**..the. f. ? I I .
II Ld sat a whie bat whk-h p "s eo 'c ,+d.. Gor-d Lord. We're all there's I $ ,nv' .r- TURPENTINE

J. I to Miss Mattlfe to be at least a yard in left: Punay I never thought of such Red rep I
(Continued from Last Week.) I I ; look at the
.i dio-neter. Under the hat was a remarkable a thing! Well bfast tt! That's enough
i Lead of Lars It below I I ate the ;iI .* ,
j nuns :'j! or sues tais. rTe orougat you a present \I i I
\ .. .. .1.. reed |Ih-lvt.-U the air,-lie's of i! the riaaK shoulders in a silky mass of Maine" He stretched leg said tuoy
,., first the 1 .lark scarlet decked with bnr.-Q gid a 'I lever tai,I.' : ': I of I
HI: w.li'iwsnra i i I that rejiclie-l b?rGthe limits of the ;
t'I.fcr.k.. with the stone bride? -this Miss Mattte had seen red hair, but she ., I cheep. Gl.!,' : : r ,
front ad dove hS I
porch iatu trousers
I br'i'k.; .+ :i. to cufj.h.. awl threadbare remembered ,<> such color as this, nor j jI j jf r pocket bringiiiC out a bail:-iin sack. 1 i!"""'". :r .,,.:- :! : ; CCHSSOI. IES j i 1

I io KMrrnitin !. ... t':..' huher sMto! : ,ud! she recall ever having seen hair! i iI ;I i had laP .: : : i :
the kivt and
He t miaute 3I I
fuajbigi ; a t
I .. i i '' We
j th.iiT':'. :. we" II for
,.. 'i foot and half J1000
R; fb a. '!i.-v. "r f.vjr nihil i a loujt on a man. That j
then it 'T-iti !
I past** over. -ayi rg. un '," 't', ''." I
IMri' ',"Jt.11.1 "I! ..'ite !': bi-tcL'. hair would have Wade a fortune on the tie 'It-yoroI' than.I f ure you thai ww,11 ;
are xiplier .. i :
: ;
t ., head of an hut Miss Martie Yours trulyLANG.
.111" ,11..j' :. jH' : LY', the latter mine." Miss Matrix's fingers were '.: .- ;: ;, very
f of <'oare m a Itui., \\twrv you could .as ignorant of the possibilities of the ;
shaking but tLe knots finally e::: undone -
\ 4,' ,If". ._, 1 < I ;
tw.k aa? thing fr-M.s stale groceries to recession. l and from the" sack: she brought 'I..1 .:. :. : ;' : : i :
; The face of the man was a fine tan I .
:; biiigif.- forth a chain of rich. deli -oil+*R lumps ::n-k R'i1, : ;: i .- --
iu short Fairfieki was an easteraTlHaft against which eyef. teeth and mustache fashioned into a necklace.! It weigheda :
j ''t I ) eyes, he t '
came out in brisk relief. The -
t' ? abuse fnuse had departed, aCMDBUQity I pound. She spread it out and 1 ,)ked I ;-'s a '.-,! :.., i> .

drained of the male prin- I mustache avoided the tropical tint of at it astounded. '"Gracious Will! Is i If ?Li li i t ; : | / lO$9444;

dpe{ tenvtaff only a few queer men, the upper hair and was content with i j that gold?" she asked. j.I uy gae<:." ?

1. blacksmith and some halfllng buys a modest brown The owner came J i "That's what" he replied. "The real It ;: : i
1" a
Id j ah'e tootto background of doz- right alone, walking with a stiff article just as it "'ime out of the of I
a V\
of old: maids. strong strtuldllik gait like a man |. vay I s
HM ground; I dug it myself. That the ha n't lane !
Ao would not used to that way of travelirir. jMiss j
trot, uipathetic stranger :
she felt
Battle eyed him in fear j ;
bar felt that left the
i. nothing was to .
f she had kn<>
lIe would bv her house
>%!rgefcjlan but and the by
< memory /
I and It was hardly rarest to dlrectl\1 Cousin Will. I new act
f KtQUT they lo/it that the ttetter.t. :
ring note-
gresslvefy on on.vs front porch whii i !
Take a winfglassful of raspberrytk ,
i >-CTir, two table>;..onfuls of sugar. I It a strange man went by, partknlarJy! I eee.Irrtiou : increasing at |
i snch thfe. Yeta eluding
a vc-ry strange man as ,
t half 'h of tsne7et and
r iu-
1 a cup ea<
1 thrill of cnrii held her for the well told j I
: +>ity
Lard a KU>sl full cap of the milk of : also \
and then it was for soft horror you
j moment tI)-) late : .
", human ktndnet, dilute In a gallon of
the all askM little Eddie r "You didn't |
man stopped '
water and have ti. flavor ofrairikkl. t
you '
Ne\w41 who "Did I? ; I j j
I WM piaying placidly
I *
TLerw was Just enough of /
in the dnst--all the children .lared not noticing : :
to toe taste of i
Midi Uunvdlent> B-oll j ji
placidly la Fair held-asked EddV In niy hand 9e .
all the "t.Mta I
a vok>> which reach**! Miss Matti"plainly i man's tow !;
Mottle ntM her elbow on the altllflUgthe oa'nr evkientiy I Ima" I It was like j

t railing. her chin In her hand and r,) attempt to rat fit, If tw krdw \ .)f July '! I [ RANK4 I
i rl I road thoughtfully af-f-ot Ler.3 a I :
where Mrs! rattle Sannders Hved? ; :"\. | I; ;
j. matter of fart she was the most inspiring I -Oh. I i
Eddie hail not noticed the large j'
i thing In \fc-w. At a distance
: man's ai'f'f(.tch and nearly fell over I "';1't think! j
(i of fifty yard she was still a tall, slender
in a fright bat se- !'. with a child'5Intuition .:.e r;h.r: >: : : It
; girt. Her tidy retained the habit! {
that there was no danger broke o:. : ........
as well &:4 the lines of ymith. a trick
in this fierce Inv 1n*? person be ptr feet of
f of stttdlnjj Into unexpected, pU-asiag attitudes 1 field's one
up instantly. !
; whl h would have U-en awkward '!
"Y-y-yessslr, I kin tei J'T where the I free, a
: but for the suppleness of limb
lives-yvt. lr! Slje lived r1zbt 4ownthere drunkenness i
i to which they testified and the unconefottfinea '
In thit llttit too*?. I kin po world. I W. D. tra.sus:
awl ease of their irregularIt .
$ I down with yo JV swell 's not! Why. "Rolling In i!
there she 1.* n)w. on the stop : :
Her face was a callifs face In the Thankee ponny" saW the bi? voice j would I roil

tnaoUiui wn nP (( the word. The !<>. "Here's for mi K es." and Miss Mattie fun in that : i

(rd of the years written upon It seem- caught tt.% sparkle of a crib ait i wanted to Company.

nl a mL"1uerade-the face of a clear I I
flew into the grimy fists of EcklW. There i I
1",1 girl of fourteen made up to rep- "Much obll2e.ir! yeLk-d DMie a!rd "He9 ray (mr couia," phs tcf iypcrtd to high enough i

n.ot her own aunt at a fancy dress \"tml.*- up the trwet htNi!. ters into : I

IlQrtr; a face drawn n trtfe fine, a lit- Miss MaKV sat transnie Her .":)n I'm h re.. I'd n&vf got coney "I-I I I

tie ascetic but Nilanoed by the humor breath ran1 la swallows and herheart j I enough to go aaywbem farther thana they were- i : ) ;: Lands for Sale

of the larei'. Flrfipi-ly nmith andre beat irreg J.arly. Here was nov- hortw cocVl carry me If I hada'l "I w true"Y I!

Uf l4-ftutlful In bone and contour elty with a Seri eazr;l The Wg mac taken a 2y at placer mining and hither whisky if j

1 the l.MUty of mcnor.-te and doves turned and fastened his eyiis c;oa to beat h-er-the very mi"! ." 1 got out of it : (OCALA. -'LOKIHA

'I atkl gentle thliit-s. her. Thee was no retreat She noticed Miss Mattle looked first at the bar- "Well of 'i:

I You could KV that she was thirty-five I with sr>rn? reassurance that his baric, splendid necklace and then at those things ;

i lo the blatant candor of noon, but now the barbaric .
i eyes were grave and kindly.As splendid man. Things me one thI -'- -
f Nu with the pink of the setting he advanced Miss Mattie rose bagitation I grew confused before her in trying to "Doner 'j

eta she was still In the days of the unconsciocsly patting her! realize that it was reaL What two "I wish

fairy prince hand on her thrmt What cooli It j planets so separated In their orbits asher I touch j i \

Mkw Mattle1 reverie ilk> over the Clean? I'' world and his? She had the imagination "Phew! : |I j _

jwir o[">a year of respectable stupidity The gate was opened and the stranger -. that is usually lacking in lie stopped

tlMt represented life In 1'a'rfk ld. while strode up the cinder walk to the I small communities and the feeling of you'll make i I I 1

1M eyes aDo] poul were in the boiling porch. lie stopped a whole minute a fairy stlI'f'come true possessed her. it air .

JIJId tit the sky glory. Sbe sighed.Mtfioraoia and looked at her. At last! I IYell "And now, Hattie" said he, "I don't needed to "j
A { of life minced before "don't I
Iattie! he said you know what's manners in this part of thing oa a

)tin MatUe'a malt ab<>ut as vivid and know me?" the country, bet I'll make free enough There's my j i

fill of red corpuscles as a Greek A flood of the wildest hypotheses on the cousin part of It to tell you "Oh, I (j

tlMie. Her afTectlonate nature was :. flashed through Miss Mottle's mind that I could look at some supper without I at all, Will !

.6.rted. They visited each other CJ,' without enlightening her. Who was flinching. I've walked a heap today seemed j I!
34 of FalrfkSd-the e women wh j .
this picturesque giant who stepped and I ain't used to walking. 'man-I

,. W rolled oil the flo)r together ain .> oat of the past with so familiar a salutation !- !Iiss Mattie sprang up, herself agaIn promise me I

l.-ltIr1t tbtr l-est black or green or I ? Although the porch was a at the chance to offer hospitality. ed Miss I

"Mfr"t It might l-e, and glo\es foot high, and Miss Mattte a fairly "Why, you poor man!: said she. "Of daring. '

tbfe tbt-OKh the summer FUQ might b<> tall woman, their eyes were almost on course you're starved! It must be : "Here!" I the public"\hat
heaiueriut down with all his might. a level as she looked at him ta won- nearly S o'clock. I almost forget about I

And then they sat In a closed room eating, living here alone. You shall When I solicit f
a ad talked In a reserved fashion which he laughed and showed bs! have supper directly. Will you come your there not is? j your 4

: wan eatln-1) the [Irup'of the call. white t'th.0 cse to bother and : in or sit a spell outside?' sister and I 4

'\ Of emirse one '>uld have a mosient's worry you. Mattift" said be. "You : "Reckon 111 come in," said Red. I /

r mil talk by chance OIl''tluald there couldn't call It In ten years. Well, I'm "Doa't want to lose sight of you now I ain't as : I

;. were the natural griefs of life to break your half uncle Fred'8 boy Bill, and I that rye found you" !. and I miss I II i

ipiet9 of this etiquette, although hope you're a Barter as glad to see It was some time since Miss Mattie I Now, put

1 is iii+enil the griefs seemed to be me as I am to see you" had felt that any one had cared enough ner, and COMPANY
caboos for
\ I.kg drawn out and c<>n entlonal aff ''What; she cried. "Not little Willy for her not to want to lose sight of .

.lr M If nature herself at last yic'd-! who ran away!" her, and a delicate warm bloom went I quit

*4 to the system conquered by the "The same little Willy," he replied over her cheeks. She hurried into the a ring nS t

bn1D.-IIII. conwntlonaltty and stubs ia a tone that made Miss Mattie laugha little kitchen. out your h

'}tliaew .-f th,> ladles (f I'alrSeld. It little, nervously. "and what I want Iattit'! called Red. on for luck FLORIDA
... the Ungt ise by the I i
e n but firm l-ellef off to kuw i% are you glad to eee me? "What Is It, Will?" she answered $

ttlt'b these women that a person "Why, of course! Bet WIU-I sup corning to the de or. noose" on -

ef thr circle wh. had no more idea pose I should call you Will? I am so "Can I smoke ia this little house?" erty. 'Jt tl!.. \

t'f rwpertabilltr aura to drop dead ont fiusterea-ix expecting you- and it's "C r.tJlinly. Sit right do-wa and make This of I &

f the stabile road would never gn to teen so warm today. Wont you come yourself comfortable. Doa't you remember Will's !

t tAooI. in and take a chair?" wound up Miss what a smoker father was?' with a 1 lY i

I'oor Mtes tattle: Small wonder :Mattie In desperation and fury at herself Red tried the different chairs with chosen the

d. dn'!H e l her hands sat back aid for saying things so different from his hani They were not a stalwart Ignorance, I I

I 9trea. with another sigh if it were what she meant to say. lot. Finally he spied the homemade thing she ( ; i 1

far+ this 1Ibt' was Ivrn. She did not There was a twinkle In the man's rocker in the corner. There's the lad 1 his If

ther* was T*) Violence In her- eyes as he replied in <:n Injured tone: for me," be said, drawing it out hOot risk! of I IS' store ha .

s. regretted rxcvcdlncly.! In spite "Why, gt*d Lord X&ttie! I've come to be kinder careful how you throw erring the : ''I =

of bar .letKK nxs it was a wide 2,0 i
mtlM lap ID which bvr hands rued you ask me to take a chair lust as if "Mercy':" cried Miss MattH pan in band-and I

9 B ob,'l uw crmlK? for littk- children I'd. stepped la from across the way; : hand. "Do you weigh as much as was. ;iI I i

Aid taftttncthrly It would come to you Can't you give a man a little warmer that, Will?" Then ( j is by

M you )coked at her that then could welcome than that?" Red called a
i "I do, returned Red with much sat
I* a> UUMV ivrafortable place for a :i -What shall I do?* asked poor Miss isfaction. "And there isn't over two Mattie i When look I

Heel man t\ some Lotus to than a I Mattie pounds of It fat at that" of little } } ,

hp+etmld pre Klt>d over bj- this slow i I "Well, you might kiss me for a "What a great nan you have grownup remained In i will EfciKi l In t

.rettdg ,-ntk' woman I start," said he. to be, Will," soul for J I '

Tb.fi wu nothing old muldlsa about ltls.iIattie was all abroad. Still Red took in a deep draft ef tobacco ter-of-fact I} insptet our j

\ Ml. )iatdr bat the tale of her years. I. one's half cousin, who has come sucha and sent the vapor clear across the big, !t'f (: I| f

HU W bad otf 1'1iurh as Fairnoldttiialty distance and been rt'eeiso very little room. seemed to will ttikt

rat coakl boast, and declined oddly, is entitled to consideration. She teresting, n
I "On the hay scales, yes, he answered J
wita tact and the utmost gratl- raised her agitated face and for the up in the goods.
with a son of joking earnestness .
tale to the siiittv for the Compliment first time in her life realized the pleasure for Cousin t
"but otherwise I don't know.
tat fcrBX" ttwetfi mild, wax firm I of wearing a mustache. metrical J.(
return to the old home tad
: l..r titer \ar wlth.u: her a ivrtain quiet Then: Red Saunders, late of the weaknesses
touched the big man deeply, and as he
t. rat plrt! w Llt-h would rather en- Chauta Seechee ranch North Dakota. of : '
leaned back ia his chair there was a .
tillrie tke fatyjw and !-u\!ine.s: of old -ut hit tIl'wn. scornfully.Miss .
shade of melancholy on his face that
to ton lit:'* bout thau to take a :"I'm obliged to you, Mattie" he saidin became it well. : .: I

life from nuy hut the man who all seriousness. "To tell you the stairs, t>e<> OCALA. FLA t ;
took us the mass of him I
ll/ all a com'nonpUnv in fiction. In truth. I felt ia need of a little comforting herself: of :
stretched out at bin ease, his legscrossed
NIl bf* pouKtim ,|nJte a strain. -here I've come all this distance insr h, b.. .1 __ .__ _
and the patrician cot of his .
H wa dtetcTt' Wn*tot into a Itutfegr ;- and of course, I heard about father ( : i
the upturned mustache _
fanrh l.| aad genies down ,as though and mother-but I couldn't believe itwas ,
gave a cavalier touch. They were good a.er
br thrtnurtt with Fnirflekl u soon true. Seemed as if they must bewailing I Colds Maresn'e P:1'e: : \
stock, the Saunders, and the breed f
, r .1..1... It wsw a mowt magnificent at the old place for me to had not declined in the only two 'My little : r, M&I'MD" ttnte fllft

i -, It.su, gofs Mw, v.il-w- come back, and when I saw it all goneto taut exi 1 says Mrs. ;, bee1a

"un>aem a tit of the women of ruin-- Well then I set out to find I St., 'eded Cor t\noty"

1 l kI4 sad Ml* Mattle stared into somebody, and do you know of all the! "He's my own cousin," she she had a j vticfefcit. 8ft
ed to herself in the wtw.-per-j
rf tilltiwsrt if it with a longing for some- family there's only you and me left kitchen. And such a splendid .:berlain's cough, but >; c lpt of pric :; t.f a

tu1, Then the thought That's all, Hattie, just us two! While ; t
I man! She felt a pride of possessionshe aid of a .
... "iiat cuoid nappen?' She 1 was growing up out west I kind of I been i
g had never known before. NobodyIn
.UI. and with eyes blinded expected things to be standing stilt1iaek having the a M MM.

l }f het i45e. glaucvd down the vfl- here and b$ lost the same as I Fairfield or vicinity had such_ a I of this ( li4. :
p' ta.'l cousin as that. And Mis ltattiA Aftt ; IIeII.otat St.P.Dl&roa .
sale by all < : ,
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( To TATE !i
the Voters of Marion County: .

There have been a number of 01>- State of Florida Marion County.
jectons! made against Pursuant to power conferred upon
calling wet
or dry election. me, Thomas K. Elliott! in and by virtue GADSON'SGrand
of two certain deeds, one by E.
THE JEWELER ..- We wish to state that the law for McIver Gregg and his wife. Sue M.
bids the election being held at the Gregg, dated June 5th, 1S06, and ce-
same time as corded in office of Clerk of Circuit
a general election. As
to Court for Marion county In the state i iI
exinbe of the election, two aforesaid, in Deed Book 96, pages 782-
years ago, the total cost did not exceed 785, and the other: by George H. Mc-
$COO, and there was J1285 extra Master and his wife. Lou P. McMas- : ,
Polls paid that year-1905-while ter dated April 9th, 1S96. recorded InDeed Opening and Display of
there Book 98, page 36, in said office,
fl was only |364 extra polls paidIn I will offer for sale on the First Monday -
the year 1904. This shows that in December 1907 at the CourtHouse

3a there were $921 polls paid In order to or the usual place for legal
sales, in the city of Ocala, at 11
Tote for
or '
against prohibition, which t
o'clock a. m.. or aa soon after such HOLIDAY AND :
would not hare
been paid If had
we hour as the same may he conveniently
not had the election. Thereby this done, at public auction, for cash,
county made $321. These figures are the following real estate, ao-lt:
'taken from the records. South half of southeast quarter and
northeast quarter of eouthf-ast: quar-
We also want to say that: not one southeast
ter of southeast quarter and
cent of the whiskey tax goes to the quarter of nortrheast quarter of
i = schools of the county. Not one cent. Section IS, Township 19 south, range !
19 certain ,
goes to build hard roads not one cent east. Also all that piece
parcel l or tract of land described as
goes to pay for the new court house i I
commencing at a point on line dividing -
ta Mfcteg yow sek-ctlona for Holi47 and not one cent goes, to pensions. Allred's and the Caldwell lands ,,
There are special levies for all of being 55C yards north of Alvarez
grant thence running north 360 yards I
PHMata, remember that this purposes and whether the coun- thence west 336 yards, thence south

ty goes wet or dry, these levies will 360 yards, thence: east to point of and Dec. 2 and 3
AI .t1MrtHl$ for be the same. commencement making in aL Monday :

Most respectfully, twenty-five acres more or less, less i
four acres conveyed by George H ,
W. D. CARS [
McMaster to E. M. Gregg and less
I JEWELRYWATCHES CEO. }fACK. Y, two acres conveyed to Colcock leaving

W. T. GARY, a tract of nineteen acres, more or f fI
L. W. DUVAL. less, situate In southwest quarter sec- A Souvenir for Every VisitorCome
tion 8, township 15 south, range 22 I
DIAMONDS w A. L. IZI4.0 R, east.11-15-51 THOMAS K. ELLIOTT Trustee., and See Old Santa Claus' Home


-- Card of ThanksTo Section Application 8 of Chapter for Tax 4SSS Deed, Lawsof Under Special sale of Pictures on above days. We I

"VENIR POST-CARDS A SPE- We the desire Editor through Ocala Banner your columns: tc Notice is hereby Florida given that J. W. have 200 Pictures to select from, All stylesof

return thanks to those who so kindly Morrison, purchaser of tax certificate
assisted us during the Illness of oui No.gust,1946 A. D.dated 1899,the and 7th No.day 565 of dated Au- Frames Worth $2,00 and $250 each
h = dear little ,
son, James, who passed June 5, 1905 has filed said certificates
from our midst on Tuesday. May H in my office, and has made application -
-- who doeth all things for the best ever for tax deed to Issue In accordance Special price for this sale I
bless them. with law. Said em- ,
brace the following described property
-- MR. and MR3. J.'A. BOUVIER.A situated in Marion county, Florida I

4 ) ---- to-wit: East half of southeast quarter
Marion Boy Wins the HonorsIn of southwest quarter of section 4, $1.12 Each

an examination for appointment township 1C, range 21, and north half)
to West PoInt Fred Burgin. son of Dr '
of northeast of southwest
P. Burgin McIntosh, carried off the quarter of section quarter C, township 15,, Sample Exhibited Front of Store. Stock Up Stairs

honors. His general average was 73 rangs 21.

The next applicant for West Point The said lands being assessed at

was only 56 112. the date of the Issuance of such certificates I
in the name of Tony Fernan- '
Take a peep at the Banner ads. dez and Henry Reynolds. Unless You are invited to visit our store and get a Souvenir. You won't be forced to buy. I

Banner ads pay. said certificates shall be redeemed ac- We take our chances on a second visit from you after you have seen our line and
cording to law tax deed will Issue
--- -- ------- ---- and discounts schools churches and School
NOTICE thereon on the 28th day of October, prices. Special prices to public Sunday

A. D. 1907.Witness. committees. Christmas Tree Candles Free.
my official signature and
\1 ui A In[ Circuit Court Fifth Judicial Cir- seal this the 23rd day of September,
A. D. 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK,
cuit. Marion County Florlda.InCh3.ncery.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co.. Fla. I

John D. Robertson, Complainant T 111.

Silver Springs and Western Railroad NOTICE The Ocala Bazaar i

Company, a Corporation Under r
the Laws of the State of Flora Of Application for Tax Deed Under I
ida. Section S of Chapter 48SS, Laws I
--- Whereas, it has been made to appear of Florida FRANK P. GADSON II

J. R. Ma* *ud. 0. S. WoOdrOw,. to the judge of the above styled Notice is hereby given that F. A.
court, in a certain cause therein Norton and P. A. Fort, purchasers of
fl President SecretaryB.
Commercial I Bank Block OCALA FLORIDA!
wherein John D. Robertson h
J. Potter, Ctn. Mpr. pending tax certificate No. 2354, dated the 7th ,
complainant and Silver Springs and day of August, A. D. 1S99, have filed
Western Railroad Company, a corporation office and have
said certificate in my
under the laws of the state of made application for tax deed to Issuein

CEMENT SIDEWALKS Florida is defendant that the officers accordance with law. Said certificate ---- -
IVlrt In
of said defendant corporation are embraces the following described -

LAKE WEIR SANDMaftvfaeturen of unknown and it further appearingthat property situated in Marion county THOROUGHBRED[ POULTRY FISHEL'S SALEWE

the said above mentioned suit Florida to-wit: On south side of BARGAIN
I.i a suit in equity for a removal of a southwest quarter of southeast quarter -
.. cloud from title. section 24, township 16, south,
i r FENCE POSTS. Etc.anl It is therefore ordered, adjudged range 23, east-20.50 acres. The said Rhode Island Reds WON'T BE UNDERSOLD

M.Metaatea ..4 plus turntsbed and decreed that the said defendart, land being assessed at the date of the Barred Rocks

"WU Ukea. Silver Springs and Western Railroad Issuance of such certificate in the Black Minorcan
P. C. I.. t S. Ocala. Florid These Prices Hold Good Until
J Company, a corporation under the names of McKlnn and Bragg.: Unless Cockrells, *1 to $3 Each.
\ laws Of the star?" ..r"J1..1.be and It said certificate shall be redeemed according
l Also few Plymouth Rock Hens $1
t. Mae Vew Own Ftrtlllitrf IB hereby requir&tt b r>a before to law tax deed will !sane
much the clrcu.'\ "> of the each; and Eggs for Hatching after FRIDAY DECEMBER 6
was of Ur
*r* Mt" |H'Ud muck the Judge thereon on the 27th day of November
HraJford counIf circuit of ilc>rda. Ma February 1. $2 per setting.
w r .rBhattr la fifth judicial A. D. 1907.
It.u ml i#l .llh lime, which rlon county, on Witness my oficlal' signature! and Lowell. Fla. 40e. Men's Heavy Underwear. Bargain price piece. . _. 29C
fl..t.r.d ..... a) cud Bfutraltied the Monday, the 6th Day of January, A. seal this the 23rd day of October. A
that it I D. 1908, 35c. Ladies' Heavy Underwear. Bargain price, piece. . 23c
S.. _"uti. tu violation D. 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK.

hotlsrtd sad turtle available Its( at the court house of the said countyto Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., FIa Men's Socks, worth 10 to 15c. Bargain price pair .- ., 9c

list .....! Mmk ruatainii a great answer and defend the bill of complaint 10-25w By H. B. Foy, Jr., D. C. I i 2,000 BUSHELS $1.65 Men's Heavy Work Shoes. Bargain price, pair . . $1.39
4M tf .itri...... t" OMmt valuable In above styled cause. It Is Proof
further ordered that this order be NOTICETo Bancroft's Rust $1.75 Ladies' Dress Shoes. Bargain price pair .. . . . 1.39

lit-oh published once each week for two consecutive Oats I S5c., 75c., 65c. Dress Goods. Bargain price yard . . 44c
/title Until and bane meal to well months in some newspaperl'ubHsht'd All Whom it May Concern: ,
in Marion county. Florida 50c., 40c., 35c. Dress Goods. Bargain price, yard. .. . . 2-lc
....Is4 mm k it ma"n a valuable fer- Be it truly known this day A. D. Yield 50 to 100 per cent more

.tIISle equal tu .t4tblr l manure, and Immediately preceding said 6th day of October 22, 1907: To all law abidingand than Texas or Natives, 10c., 12 1-2c.. 15c. Outing. Bargain price yard. ... .. . . 9 c

a. tI ." III' i b,' p'rc">, m toe sandy January, A. D. 190S. Christian citizens; to all nations; $1.00 a BUSHELF. 50c. set Cups and Saucers. Bargain price. . . . . 3Ic
....., II! .,"s H h' hull tuoUturei At Chambers, Ocala. Florida Octo- to all secret societies, etc., that the

k..r and t.I i !iw.rt> imiMure from ber 14, 1907. W. S. BULLOCK. dastardly false report now in circulation O. B. Sacked. 50c. set Plates. Bargain price. . .. .. . . . 3Ic

/J the 44.t rot I ibi- K,'n'r.1 Iwprono.8J4t 10.18-"mw Judge. against Mr. Nobles iCroom, Eden Gem Cantaloupe Seed, : 30c., :35c.: 40c. Lamps complete. Bargain price. . . . 27c
ut'1.. 11I'Mul Is betterttw Fla.) is entirely untrue, as I have saved from melons grown specially -
,. . . . .
Pitcher. lie
Bowl and Bargain
$1.00, $1.25 prc" "
syu.'A T*,s,.,.! ** above.-BradNHIUMATI9M NOTICE OF ELECTION proven by a reliable source that Mr. i for seed at Rocky Ford, .

!uid Trb'..t.."l. Bryant Nobles is in every way a veryrespectable I Colorado, 40c., 50c. Foot Tubs. Bargain price. . . . lie
For Creating a Special Tax Road District -
and this false'
at Martel gentleman $2.00 A POUNDEden $1.00 Comforts. Bargain price. . . . J}?,
i report is only talked by people who I

M K l.., rtiiiM-I ..f ltallantpue "i Notice is hereby given that an election are enemies of my husband, and who I Watermelon Seed, saved Come and See My Goods Before You Buy

Hi h,,,,,,,, 111\ K.miuirs. rayon I is called and will be held at Mar do not know what they are talking !I. from center of the melons at
uffvr+J for tel. Marion county, Florida. at the usual and I do object to taking Ocala Florida
I Sat Ia I. KI.U!. h<- has > I the hours!about anyone $1.00 A POUNDGrown M. F9SfI EL ,
., and could voting place during notice of this false .
.at. ft Ki.t 10 u.attrnt any further I
,; .. ronrte but P. I from 8 o'clock a. m., to sun down of by me at Blackville, S. C. --- -
t aiiv !
t f fiufii
II' 29 A. D. 1907 report, as it has been proven entirely -
He November ,
M !t' ,, ...,.,1! himMiirt>ly Friday
..h.... t, I t u.-.rt\ I' I', p. on eVr I for the purpose of creating a special false. Hoping tbis will be final and C. H. MflTHlS.BLACKVILLE .
) nr A' ."ur tax road district to be known as the all citizens will believe me. I am S. C. WINCUEJTER.
p"' > t.. jn'at",1 known curet I Martel special tax road district Very respectfully ---.-- -. ;
r Hh.... ..' .,1',' \r ,.ra.ii.-nt the dish The boundaries of the said road MRS. IDA B. NOBLES. I
t 'a-! mi i -n. >\ t.I i" qu -kbud district to be as follows:
i.. .., Beginning at the northeast corner : IT WILL
J :' V ""*' Guns Cartridges and Shotgun Shellsare
r If l.tpinnaa' (reat Uemedx.H.I. of section 31. township 15, range 21. NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS ,
Mall Hh..nm rub std tu-h amitornim thence north to northeast corner of All persons not residents of Marion YOU !
$, aid H...d. T'UtT etc i section 30, thence east to southeast ,county, Florida will take notice that easily distinguished from other makes, which
ti P P P ,ir.-" Ih.llr, pImples and comer of section 21, thence north to'' equal them neither quality nor reputatioa.by the big
I tbrt law against hunting by nonresidents If
all ..rupt'.n..lu' ,- in he bkx>Jf southeast corner of section 4, township I I If you have on hand to or yo- I
P P ,'ur.. PoUon! In is 15 range 21, thence west to the will be strictly enforced. Application are thinking of coming to FlorIda
,.. v.n"',," III.....UhM. r\'t'f\ Sor: southwest corner of section 3, town- for permits may be made to i
sad KIda.'y 'ltDlrlalnl.. ship 15, range 20. thence south to S. T. Slstrnnk. clerk of the circuit! to make It your home, or W
Et'zt'ma. of section 27 thenceeast
I'-tarrh. southwest corner
r r N ('uu' desire to Invest
blC1 tl dlPwt :" court, in Ocala, Fla. If you
( .... all akin and to place of beginning, comprising .. .
taAAI( Hi. l Ia 0. T 0**,
8, 9, 11-S-St C. J. McCRANEY. t1 FlorIda TV- C
.. Mercurial 1' I.Qln the following sections to- .tt: 7. ta any kind -
Mk by aU druRttirta. 3 16. 17. IS, 19, 20, 21 and 30, all In Game Warden, Marion Co., Fla. property, I which appears on every package of Winchester
also sections
-- 21
---- township 15 range ;
Clolng Out Sale 10. 11, 1:, 13, 14, 15, 22. 23, :4. :5, 26 NOTICE SEE OR WRITE TO goods. The big red W is to guns and ammunition
U offered for 1mn land !7, In township 15, range 20. to I what the word "Sterling" is to silverware the world
.lock taxes for 1907 will
Our entire State and county
Uat* ... at y..rl low priceto at once.or! be road known district as and the to Martel elect special three road tax be due on the lt day of Novembernext J. N.11INGSTON' & SONS H i over. Therefore, for your own protection always

dfllf to (IoN out our bu.ice trustee to vote on the mlllae to be and tax books will be opened on
W. [fair a ftn line of Holiday Goods, assessed and collected for the next that date for the payment of same.E. Real Estate Dealers. "Look for the Big Red
pur- JOHN L. EDWARDS.Chm. .
it .Hl you to make Jour two years. L. CJLRNEY.
1 a* pay Commissioners. . --- '
' ttaae. now. Terms of sale. "'V. Board County 10-18-linw. Tax Collector. Oa! ., Florida - -
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$hewl That Mr. Carmichael is Only I,, -.- --J r ?

Talking for Effect or Does Not | . ..... ........ ... 1
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Know What He ii Talking j : .. . .. ...... .. ,
About tlei- .......................... ............... ................ ...... ...... ... .. : i
Mitor Oala Cancer: -- "
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the Ocala Star ... "
I M* aD article in .
*issued by Mr Ed Carmichael wtoj i -e G
to .. be *oit* wrought up be- !; .
.... the registration books have i< : : \.J
u. rtslxd." H.- a<-kKy what r.uh": W :
lift* "lam and Sf-.4 ra'ti : ,>".." \> r."HI B"- 0' : I IbJ9AULEL'MLLSE I
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wun w. u' ur ": :
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t '", a'i ..1..rl.fJTI a.- fUn'2 I I : I
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tt' I oat t J: th-; Lu'e
". rI .bo. r..r tb"a ; Sii-- : --
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;10&1 ...fld d""fr I -. Man} I i I ... ;
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..f aJ J. many had: rIO\1. .
nt< ,J :,.*n r')!led, Sf::! ---
'. books, and --- \
r r s "D
rr. ,-<, 'one-f4mrth of all th- E1SEL ..
nion '*jks. We found ill i
m --
tollt i get th*> books revised
& : .
-A to secure enough 10
aly ooe-fourth of the bona !
.qu .
M4I 'eyed voters, but one-fourth I ':
HI' 'Aoosand or more who were I ..
.toa tooted persons who, accordtew ---- i OATS ]
Inf should have been stricken .
frou tie induration books. I I
Tfc.. IWIowittg are the exact words ...
of Ute law page %:3, section 195 of i .
of Florida: .:
th* fMnl ttamtes : -
"Wto..ytr It shall come to the know .. .. .....
lid,* of t supervisor of reglstraiion tJIJ I -

U.at way elector hat died or becone One thousand bushels Texas Red Rust i
dl..W to rote by reason of con- E "Ji

rteds. of any disqualifjlng crime or
fron toy other cause, or has removed DI.- 1 -
trc th* county, cr from one election I

predict without to obtaining aaotter in a certificate the county cftraMftr. : I i One thousand bushels Burt or 90-Day I

or that hit right to vote has :
twcooM ia aay wise aS! ted since his

Lplttntloa, it shall te the duty of eecl Eye and Chicken Wheat -as1i9
sold HafTlsor to make a note of .
frttfc tact on the proper registrationhoaka ..
opposite the name cf such per-: -- :
bus and to auk oS tte names of :
sra pOTsons &* have so ceased to be : --
I I411I
qti. ltd electors by running a pen .-
thf the najne of each person on:

rw o tx kr"l f ALSO FULL LINE OF :: I
(U/ DOte that the law says that .
E- T
Ire i it shall come to the know .
..4t 4 iperviaor, etc., he shall'! i Ii -ell i

gti ,' ,names otto etc. It doe- > E and Preserves in i I
tau! .' Ait'iiUoaal! his with duty.rutllmefced the. sup rtti Jellies, Jams
i 4E
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to secure t ....
DI .r prt!, !'ttft x-tJ'un \\l: !t : I Ii
?* r ,1:1:1 /'f'g1itt'rt.'J"UI"rs to I j tin and glass I ti !
h.. moat< l'rulI.in ttt Cit I i
i,. :let and a.kl'.1 j th"-niIn I .
i1 none (anf'illv: and' ..
,u : ,, '+.Tf dta1 1. touted \Jr e-- 1
.t .. ('itll"I1"; ark-11: tPiY : :
It !1.' 1 A certtti'dtai' men
U > marked! hat! rnovl.d 0- :

"' t "Ii COtl\ it red oni
Itl ,i 'nob! IJ.i.\E'i"! i.t -- 20 and 30ponnd pails Jelly MinceMeat and

.I im. to law anti will I i :T I IE

I' u talked thMstra I Ii
: .' rik.* them, a*.','Irclin:
tIJ ,rt!,' registration books, I Sauce I
Cranberry !
M4 ,ts I.t' strickt U h} mbl.t : i' .4 ,
stricken from in-
w'ft' .. gtt7. 1
f.i] 'lIh,1' i by ,.oiiuof th..t .J ; -
\ II. m each pi-('nicti .
.t' in officer has tnld inIv -- D ates Currants Figs Prunes andEvaporated !
til .. i to restore anyone E -aIr I IE

w 1 -:itunly prosy that hi->
lit I. 'rron*' )U lc l frickfiiau i
ho imbh.ihfd, anti Apples
TIat .
II .t cbanet* to have: his; : --
01IM I'ti !'f he will prose hiiniproptTlv -> .

... '! .', II of persons taken-.tillllll oftmote. I E L L Raisins and Nuts to arrive by the 10th i !

ihiU 4N'u: hooks who had l been .
'. s",uS. othTh', had! ......- ......
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01 \ tflllll one to ten years I e- i .
.. I tht-M-
!nark nantes but I II :. --
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"I MIH! ; them luark ', and ) --
I .. .' law, and the mtornia -_-__ it -O
Ib .' according to 'law, antI I :
1 "
.f I had from nuts unti''! I i
itJt : '!:.. could nor rind hi- !! I Let Us Have Your Orders I IA
?'I'I s, 'III.lrt',1 Il1't:>ul:'" : I I III-

,i-.j 1 further >ttth thu''i :
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i rsou.truk< u arts ----
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[I'I"t'M'Ut |in>1!,!tutioiiw ---
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w I u> U'te I bhetwould : >- ................ :::

>'''uMou. The : -
\l seat ma-
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> 'i.ui.f-: Mtriok"U are the \
Yours for business
ii- who E more .
IMdi ha'OUlt'I'
It "r.l1ug t
r* : t t',1" r'ghnrati officer -
h< I h duty, aul I "lielief.thn I i I
ft I law. Ht' has & -
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irj-\ -'- all bay Shetland I :

I I" > -'able Yon clay. Re- OCALA FLORIDA f
w : '! for information ,
I. ,ery. H. C. Jones r t
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