The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 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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............................................... !I MRS. JAMES B. OWENS I BEFORE THE COMMISSIONERS I II I -

.1...."".........""4 .N." .'...." ..4N.#... i I I Incorporated. Capital, $50,000

s.e 3 In memory 9? her gent; voce now m.r.ghr.2 with The "Wet" and "Dry" Election for

i i For the Best Value e i I Ii Not .oved in the ones swaying around God's of white" the throne.summer The committee Marion appointed County by the 1 i i i THE MUNICH a CHAMBLISS B0NK\

i treesChen Anti-Saloon League for this county j Is making loans, in moderate amounts,
GET A i \ evening breezes sing their
i vesper hymn- presented the petition to the board of I' to regular customers

25c BOX i Not the minstrel's mighty symphonies: county commissioners Tuesday after

Nor ripples breaking on the river's noon asking that a "wet" and "dry" *.*.

brim. election be called by said board, to
OE OURSTATIONERY Is earth's best music; these may have T. T. MUNROE, PresidentZ.
be held some time in January next. .
a while. C. CHAMBLISS, Vice President.
The petition it was held by the com
Ii High thoughts in happy hearts and A. E. GERIG, CasMer.
i mittee, contains the requisite numberof
cares beguile.
names of the duly qualified votersof I ----- -- --- -
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But even as the swallows' silken this county authorized by law for I I S S...S. oo.aSe.eis
the calling of an election of this kind. I I

g--Store. II wings.Skimming, The Saloon and Anti-Saloon Leagues } I
Postoffice the water of the sleepinglake ,
were represented by counsel, and THE JEWELER
too petition calling for the electionwas Tv :
Stir the still silver with an hundred I
+ resisted by the attorneys for the

4 < PrescriptIons Prepared Properly ::2 i So did rings wake-one sound the sleeping spirit I and Saloon R. League L. Anderson., Messrs..0.These T. gentlemen Green- FOR CHRISTMAS !

01 held that certain names had been
1 To brave the troubles and bear
.N..NN.N NNNN,.+," " ,...*. harm, to the illegally and improperly stricken from I- WATCHES ALL KINDS fit

............................................... the registration list. Both attorneys GOLD BROOCHES a
Her low sweet gentle voice-dear I

---- ---- ---- Auntie's chlefest charm. addressed the board. The attorneys $1.50 to $.;).00 .
for the Anti-Saloon League, Messrs.H. .
Local 1 and Personal Mrs. John L. Inglis has Joined Col. L. Anderson and Lou Green, denied S DIAMOND BROOCHES

Inglis at Port Inglis, on the Gulf An excellent thing It is! and ever lent that any names Lad been illegal. S $5.00 to $175.00 :

( coast Cot and Mrs. Inglis have a delightful To truth, and love and meekness; GOLD BRACELETS
ly or improperly stricken from the .
rtUftd Ll. $4.50 to $GO .
Mr 9. A Rv1* ct" em bungalow there. they who own
-Jacksonville list but that if the contention of the
1fuJIt a very (.11gt! "'i1 sta* aulriv Metropolis. This gift by the All-Gracious Giver GOLD HAT PINS .
attorneys for the Saloon League was
rlda NtbtMw. sent, $2.00 up .
true, that It was a matter with which :
Mr. W. C. Bull and Dr. L. F. Bla- Even by quiet step an dsmlle are SIGNET RINGS .
rftMrt of Uoat rook. who the board of county commissioners I II
lock have returned home from Madison known; I $1.25:! up
bar UM ID It t+t home. id, we are where had nothing to do, as their action was I II DIAMOND RINGS .
they accompanied the By kind eyes that have wept, hearts I
ranch brtt.r.Nr against the supervisor of registration S S
1'4 to tears body of the late Mrs. Bull, whose that have sorrowed $2.00 up
before the judge of the circuit court.
death occurred Sunday morning. By patience never tired from their GOLD NECKLACES 5
WtllfcMM Mllkr of Washington.k The attorneys for the Anti-Saloon
own trials borrowed.An 13 to :22! Inch, $2.00:! up .
J C ...., ..*.."n'? a month In We are still endeavoring to trace a League held that the duty of the GOLD LOCKETS

(Oral with Ms p rruU. CoL md Mrs. county commissioners was simply to S
sprout of that flag-pole on the courthouse excellent thing It is when life is S all sizes $3.00 to $50.00
I P Mlllvr, k. returned tnm see if one-fourth of the registered .
but up to date we have not leavingLeaving voters as shown: by the registration .
with gloom and sadness I $i.50 up
Mr I HOTM has n-turnwl home, nf- been able to discover it. If one dees books, had signed the petition, and if .
cares- |
C.1' an alMmrr of iI4'"ral uxratha grow there It will certainly add to they found the same to be the case it
The dear heart failing and noble soul e $1.00 per pair and up 5
peat I* (''''40. CalIMt .",'. Arkan the already magnrficwnt app 'aranc I was their duty under the law to call
urn aM *U..f ..tro tlatw, and his' of this spleadid utructure.Ag grieving the election. S 5
With strongest thoughts and wild, CHARMS BUTTONS AND PINS
frVn U will k* KIM to .'lar that his The board held an adjourned session GOLD SLEEVE BUTTONS .
to the turkey gobbler, "after unwonetd fears; loa
after and after
h.t\b M taruh supper listeningto U S
life's fitful> fever he sleep3 w ll" But Then Auntie's sweet low tone in sympathy much discussion pro and con, adjourned $2.00 to $50.00
'(1oi' Kkwrtbl.f bazaar to b. 61r. th* plutocratic person who takes turkey to meet this morning at eight
Comes like an angel's voice to teachus GOLD TIE CLASPSWATERMAN'S 5
ro l>? '... HOHW Mlien Society of to eicesd mar not find sleep o'clock and will take up the list of

the W.......t rtiorrh will be Md at death's downy counterfeit, but near how to die. withdrawals from the petition and afterwards e IDEAL FOUNTAIN I

*. hunter Dm* ('ompa y". store next er death itself.-Courier-Journal. Written by "MY JESSIE." will take up the petition itself a PENS

lr'' lop' aid f*.rrbodjr wishing to pur Mr. W. H. Clark and Mr. Arthur The Woodmar Sand and Lime Com- and if it is found toot it containsthe S Same Grade of Goods for less Mane) lhan An) House in OcaU I

... nart....< handkerchiefs requisite number after the with-
1"1 Clark went up to Orange Lake Monday pany began Tuesday putting down a SOUTH SIDE COURT HOUSE S:4wish
c t..J, to rail at the More that drawals have been eliminated font .
afternoon on a duck hunting expedition cement pavement around the Methodist aJ
It. the election will be called.
j and returned Tuesday after- church The Methodists #
A committee of one from the "wets"er!
noon. They were quite successful. having their church near the THE JEWELER YE1He =
M! *n4 Mr M H. Baum and and one from the "drys" will! Y
having bagged sixteen center of business, have
: beauties and a good many
... Mr. and Mrs. with the board to see that a fair (lea) Q
"j sad KMI -.w.
were busy distributing among their feet of sidewak to put down and will
h\ Mr M Hw.t ud Misw Edith friends what they did not keep forthemselves. also bave to bear a part of the expense is had. ...S.C..ca.&I .C OUE l
The "wets" claim toot ha
they \t'
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This paper was kindly of paving the street in front of
eight hundred withdrawals and th ------ ---- --- --- --- --
*' .t.r4ay. es route to Crystal .
remembered. it on two sides with vitrified brick. It
L* the .....,. Mr. Baum will cost them something more than "drys" claim that after all the Withdrawals U. D. C. Memorial Services for Mrs. tertam! fur ht-r .. thi, dal'Io'1'| and
and I have been eliminated that Sheldon their deep sorrow a' her l'ath.
latter place
''I' Miss Minnie Gamsby, who has been one thousand dollars perhaps nearly
they will still have a sufficient number Resolved, Tl\i wM!m!! : ._
.. ._ .1"1\14.
p. spending the summer In Canada with two thousand, but it will be worth Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock was
to authorize the calling of the .
ing an t. ld'r n\- : .r: hr (
Bulkiik and State's relatives will spend the winter at Tat the money, and when the work is completed election. set apart by the first vice presidentof
W 0 .
home Saturday ladl" a. Ala., with her brother and sis- they will be no doubt like Mr. the Daughters of the Confederacyas I faitul' haiactt r

b Itatu ram ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gams I,Wartmann--would not have it taken. I Rev. McKinley of Candler and Mr. -ohi-d. That L- at.d- ..
kHI- M !h-re they hateit I I a time to do honor to t:.*' 111":1.0"; I(
up and return to the mud and lime liality; and thuu;!ii'ful kii.'i! ;: 1\1 1prtn
by. She will be greatly missed this S. T'pham of South Lake Weir
tlt' fallrm! of the drTht IBrooks'iIlt I .
I of the late Mrs. Sheldon Stringy of '. '
for twise the amount. IE. a-iii!:! ': : Mfeia-1 ( I ti
winter in Ocala as will also Mrs. visitors to the city Tuesday. I
rlt 'v trl''"12I 1 : I eases and I I president of the F: :'. ; i 1 ,'f ': ,,'-_ d.:' \.r \\ I

'-'t. |I' ,'ou,!l' '. that they will not return to
"I..tninl<< b' f h I tigers. Judges regret f vile J JTh .
e-.:. racy. i R.f'\"> i i I' S inI <
tu'tl..h' 'I"! .- with him a'! Ocala. I -V .- Dickiaon Chapter of t'.j: f" ". I jhu't
Ii ( !li! y ;V I.i :: i I i'I'i dan II i ij
-it t! ros.'! from > at the re.M'lence of MrC.I T .
Miss Sue Barco of Sunny Slope i ii il j ->n.s and tuhr :' es a'

\ J i : -\Iv, n-tdii. amt the service '.vas pi'- most soy! !h t ti !hR .
Farm spent the day in Ocala Saturday SHOESTHAT : c !I' > I'
; -!,,1..j l < \-er by tj,> .>-ident. Mr-. Fan- .
with her aunt Mrs. J. W. Hood. This pr .su4'; T; ilY uouii < ,
-. :1 I I !.... R. Gary who offered aU.au- .
Ct a
T was her first visit to Ocala in some : i up ; n> !)< "n" ti.i1:. \ .
-, J j'u(.-1 aft-r which a scripture ( .
months, and her friends were delighted prajer Van H+'llr)' ta \ \ ;and tLi.1
forbidden to trade !.'.--un was read followed by a solo. .
n are he sent to thE 0..1 ti Bauti-
to see her again. She leaves on i I ;c i < t
to W. L. > FIT THE FEET { I'-'autifully by Mrs. T. H. John.
Mil by me sung .
> 4i irtvt> Monday for Gainesville to join her sister to the Evening: Star for p'li.lii! .1 t "p

.tiiW all claims. OB merchandise Mrs. S. L. Patterson, for a short .son. Adopted by Dickisoo Thapt r I In.

af MM4 Snlth are settled. visit to friends, after which she will i Mr;?. Stringer was greatly revered C., December 3, 1907.

JOHN PASTEUK. ail im-r the state and in fact wherever Mrs. Leonard Dozier an-i i Mi J.
accompany Mrs. Patterson to Miamito Il J >- >-
Stanton Fla. she was known, and her death
i I. sie Williams who
: spend the winter.Manufactured. PRICES were warm i'If'r-ol-
I 1 KM v.>S a vacancy that cannot be filled. al friends of the deceased made heat

AN OPPORTUNITY In Ocala I The following resolutions were read tiful talks, eulogizing the virtue of

7 ,. *- as fa*.,*bte terms a 90-acre Do you know that we are making and adopted at this service: the deceased.

r a< t.f too had for trucking; ant cement brick in Ocala, which are superior Ii Whereas In the providence of the Quite a anumber were prnwot to 4o

t 'i pia** for 8a Uland' cotton. pecan in lasting quality to any other i I THAT FIT THE POCKETMarion 1 All-Wise Ruler of the Universe, too honor to the memory of one of the

fv**):. ..*...h orchard or velvet I make of brick on the market, and we beloved and admired president of the lest loved members that the El- -

bcaci MvtthiB. Wautlful: on North I can sell them as cheap as other makesIn I Florida division of the U. D. C., Mrs. ters in this state have ever had H

i l.2.bp" ,.r .lll *.,n) this land, large or small quantities. We also > < Sheldon Stringer, has fallen the victim their presiding officer.

,* with t..... arrr of as rich land as manufacture and have on hand hexagon : The Shoe Co. of a dart from the Death Angel

tzy !ID FVrid up< o which there Uen I blocks for paving purposes.We when returning home from her official Mr. and Mrs. John C. Marshall, who

of the beet oraw groves. now will be glad to answer all Inquiries :1 visit to the general conventionof were married at San Antonio oe Soa
J. M.
( Meflert D. B. Mayo.)
ta tartc If tet..r"flt ted. write or and show samples. I our order recently held at Norfolk day, have returned to Ocala aad are
tc't m. at late WMr. Fla. within thirtr WOOD An SAND AND STONE CO. Va.; therefore be it the guests of Mr. Marshall's Meter

drifler that time at waco'l P. 0. Box 956 s ) OCALA, FLORIDA. < Resolved That Dickison Chapter Mrs. H. C. Jones, for the preset Later .

T"u K E Huroham 11.22.4t. I KM-( tf. Ocala, Florida. : "'fft _.- AJl"---- give expression to the high regard en- on they will go to housekeeping.

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j tMEET MEAT Hew Goods Galore MEET ME

Having just returned from.New York and Ittlt"r.astt"rn Markets with a most complete line of Goods, I am now AT

to show to the eople IIf thKe<-Ti
; prepared will be f. 1d. ,I' L' .r. ...r ;. :iry!! rrgatiun .f LADIES' l' TX) ) SKIRTS:' in the city. They an hand

;i-iilored! and made of thebeing :' h t'- ..>toil ar.i! in the !latest: fzt.-.hion-;. and (.'\+ttsitlering: price and quality they are 1'

J.J KLEIN'SThf E I ) l sold as l low as it i> \ -> tit u Lan- .\ eias> n gu dAn immense line uf J MIa l L I I' .

Men's Clothing and Furnishings

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

I seen to be appreciated. Then, too. they are being sold at especially attractive prices. Also Boys' Knee Pants Suits.

gives full values forevery sizes to IS. The stock of LADIES' AID UES'S SHOES now "being shown here cannot duplicated! in Central in the line

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

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

spentthere. usually kept in a first-class Dry Goods Store. Give me a call and I will save"you money.As .

the store is crowded from top to bottom we are compelled to reduce the stock in order to properly
for old and
display goods, hence the lowest prices prevail on the entire stock. young.




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\ FRAY Mrs. Cobdon-Senders.n Pays Trikuta ASK THE EDITOR STORAGE
to William Lloyd Garrison
BANKS I It you wish to know something con c
Cobden -
Banner.) Speaking of an address by
Written for the Ocala
( 'cerning the standing of our colleges
i There aro 1601 accounts in the Along in November when still was the -nder80n before the Contemporary would do well to call on the edi
the Public ;you
Club of Philadelphia, OF
, j uvinga banks of Massachusetts weather ( I tor. He can give you full information
Two ballots were cast In a box together Ledger says: He has
I aggregating in amount J5GG.195.37 The assemblage, a brilliant one, In- I concerning this institution.

that rightfully belong to anybody They nestled; up close like brother to cluded many of the well known literary :investigated our references and
whereof he speaks. He knows
a.to will take the trouble to establish brother, j and cultured folk of the city. Mrs. knows
can give
that when we say that we
of the votes from Cobden-Sanderson is a daughter of M EAT
You couldn't tell one
I a data to the money. a complete course of shorthandin
I Richard Cobden. She became at an
the other.
11.)1'8 are 108 savings banks in this early age a hard student of state afi three months with a speed of lain

which anxious to find the Chorus words per minute, or a graduate
J. IMte are i i fairs. As she grew to young woman- | .
fevfvi owaem of certain deposits 1 hood her knowledge increased and course of business and bookkeeping toif
They were both rum votes, desire in four months, that we are speakingfrom We beg to announce to the public that f
this knowledge came a
f t whk* they hold and bare held for And sanctioned the license plan, I with actual records of the work pre-

f .Of situ twenty years without any But one was cast by a jolly old brewer :J that women of England should be done by us. Write for large We solicit
viously meats.
I emancipated from political bondage we are ready to cure your
cWflunt.Fortunately. Athens Business Col-
f and given tbe rights enjoyed by men. free catalogue.
for the interest of the And one by a Sunday school man. 184 1-2 Clayton SL Athens Ga.
I She is an attractive woman of great lege, patronage and guarantee satisfaction. j j

t rightful' owners, the state safeguards Chorus culture and is a pleasing speaker. Her
j A School Teacher Plays Her
i Pretty
..... unclaimed deposits so jealously I to
story of her own attempts get a
The Sunday school-no man could be PartA
II to preclude the possibility of their hearing before the English parlia- QC.LIICE & PACKING COIftPflNY
truer- I \"erJ.pretty girl came to Crystal
b.Ng paid to imposters. ment, her arrest and imprisonment,
all denouncing the while teaching the "young
Kept busy summer River, and
; Thar la a deal of romance connected was dramatic, and through her whole
brewer; thoughts to shoot," she has also been MEFFERT & TAYLOR F
with the forgotten and neglected address she held her audience spell-
i J of Massachusetts But his fever cooled off with the teaching that little rascal Cupid, to
deposits bound. Whatever the large audience '
change in the weather shoot and he has already sheathedhis OCALA FLORIDA
...... Truth is ever stranger thanatthwl thought of her views in general. all
I. And late in the autumn they voted to arrows in the quivering hearts of
.etas. th fact U nowhere lllusla -
with the
were thoroughly impressed 1
gether. handsomest nicest and -= __ __ ___
of n
our -
f ....... greater degree than in con- sincerity of the speaker. "
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best men. They have strug r: -.a.;
J Metioi with this subject Any bank Chorus Woman's rights she declared to bea young l
gled hard against it, and have tried in
whose institu
IJIIII''eat or treasurer who
; woman's duties and a woman
The Sunday school man had alwaysbeen vain to tear the arrows out, but only I
i ..aa ha been in existence more took no interest in politics in Eng- JILLIXElYI
noted succeeded in working the love he] >
tvwty years can relate tales whichf land, she said, was looked down upon.
Fir fighting saloons except when he bigger.A .
than fiction.i .
to reality stranger For the final movement that brought
B4Vt Report on Unclaimed Deposits voted; misunderstanding (naturally)
i emancipation in a"ery large sense to
Five Years Hi piled ur his prayers witb a holy arose between these boys of ours
women in England, she gave the credit -
i la accordance with the law, every perfection to our own William Lloyd Garrison, and! knowing that the News has long I is well known in this section, this store hat -

MNrtBfa bank In the stato is required Then knocked them all down on the ears and also knowing it tells it; As
whose visit to that country gave the
t lw
i l lo Make returns every fi"eears to day of election. movement so much impetus. readers all the good things, they always carried the largest stock of Millinery .

:! both to the News, each wantinghis
f1s hank commissioner setting
Chorus Speaking of her arrest and imprisonment -
.... aitabor and amount of unclaimed she said: "Six of us got together version published, in order to kill t in Ocala! and this year's supply is by :0

.....ills. This law went into effect !The foxy old brewer was cheerful and and decided that we should be the other fellow with the girl don't i; far the finest we have ever had. When looking

d ."1, aid io that year CS banks reported mellow. represented before that body (parliament you see? Well Woodward said it was

1122 accounts aggregatingt4TM Said he: "I admire that Sunday school this way, and Harnage said it was the ;
) and will
agreed to stand shoulderto I :: for fall headwear, the ladies stand in
*ii.2i. In 192. five years later fellow. shoulder no matter what might other way, and in anything else but a

It" lIMP reported 152G unclaimed ac- He's true to his church-to his party happen. We were arrested and im- love affair we would be inclined to believe their own light if they fail to inspect oti4

eoveu, amounting to 306.131.19. In be is truer- prisoned but the recollection of all both. Knowing the great responsibility I

1I t5 banns reported uzi accounts, He talks for the Lord, but he votes I I that is sweet to me because those moments resting on its shouldersin line. Lady clerks in attendance will take

I the Iu up J5G7.31801. for the brewer! when you are suffering for an such a grave matter-for who 1.6

A comparison of the present re- W. L. D. ideal are the happiest of your life. knows in future ages, but what empires pleasure in showing these goods. ':.

'mtN with those of five years ago may hinge on this episode-we 6

ijlaefest s the fact that IS banks which SENSORIUM An Example for Florida summoned the three most sober discreet 1 1F'e

it 1W7 made returns have discovered From present indications we are to and pious citizens of the city 1. MLEIN

f tile .\tMn of all the accounts reported (Written for the Banner.) have a fine boulevard from Redlands ;.namely Messrs. Barco Boellert and J.

ay them at that time, numbering Once you love, you love forever, Charpia to act as an investigating
Tho' two hearts tbe earth may sever to the sea, a distance of about eighty- SOUTH SIDE COURT HOUSE OCALA FLA.
{1. aad amounting to $11,050.49; committee to look into the merits of I

*..... in C7 other banks the owners Broken hearts are mended-never. eight miles. This will be accomplished the case and report to the News their

t if 776 accounts, aggregating 1229,416.- by San Bernardina and Los Angeles finding. The News paid them five 'Jo 7..r.: __..."'-" -.__ ._. -_ ,- .__ -
H tAve not been found. I have a pack of old letters ; counties working harmoniously on dollars a day each for three whole

To farther continue recent statistic To my heart so many fetters. one plan, and what a road that will 1 days. They heard patiently Woodwardand _

*, 10 tanks, which in 1S9? report- And to my heart's pain abettors. be! Scenic beauties without end. Magnificent Harnage, and also heard the pretty -

M! 17 accounts, amounting to $7CS9.75, mountains, smiling valleys, young lady, and saw her. too. They

bu failed to locate the ownership Then I have some dozen pictures- .orchards bearing golden oranges, flow took A. D. WIlliams-we always say

In heart they, too, fixtures ers without number and the glorious
<*f any of them. my are A. D., because we don't want to get
Passion's hot and chilly mixtures. sunlight streaming over all. Such a
According to the latest official ro- Gill mixed up In a case where thereis

port there are 902. unclaimed accounts boulevard couldn't be constructed any a girl In it-they took A. D.'s version .
Some small trinkets In basket where on earth outside of South Cal
a ,
alto 4I&tlol: to $189.157.62 which appear of the telephoning, and even goCleveland's t
Stored like Pandora's casket ifornia. We hope nothing will Intervene .
some "
for tho first time, Included in opinion in the matter, and
i Kept because heart doth ask it. to defer the construction of the t
which are 50 accounts amounting to my I then they went to Juhan. andhe_ said< I
1 ffll,7(1.77, reported by 20 banks road. It would prove a drawing card he had St. Jacob's Oil for sale.

wh4eh did not return any such acrnuoti Long, long they've all been stored of great proportions. Decide on tbe: Well, the committee failed tc

i, in IS97. During tho previous away.Untouched route, get plans drawn, and then get agree. About all the News could get 1.i 1.-

fit* years there had been eliminated unseen, till yesterday at the work.-Redlands (Cal.) Citro- out of the committee was, Boeller 1.I

1 lag I chanced upon thorn as one may. graph. ,
accounts aggregating $241.427.47. said he didn't blame the boys, that ,
Those who find a delight In meremay Eighty-eight miles in some portionsof she was one of the prettiest littl I
The letters-Oh! the love expressedIs Florida would nearly reach from
statistics find interest in these tricks he ever saw. Barco said he I

t f&$ : In 1SS7. CS banks reported 1422 long since dead! as flowers pressed the Gulf to the Atlantic and a boulevard thought she was pretty too and is the Best

&tOOInta, amounting to 47S.3SS.2S, Between the leaves.: So let it rest. connecting the two would become Charpia chimed in and said he i Atro I i

and during the intervening 15 years immensely popular. Why not have thought she was pretty, tooer. T1ey; of All I
The picture-Ah, the face, that beams, one?
ownership of 1045 of these: account then wanted the News to promise not .

,: *, amounting to $330,142.99, has The lips that smile, the eye that to tell their wives. The News make; I

IMWB eeetablishnl. gleams- Florida Opportunities no rash promises, gentlemen. There are many mail; order whiskies on the market. Some I

Law Requires Turning Over of Fundsto There love still lives, or so it seems. A folder of 20 pages, issued by the So the News will have to let you good-some otherwise. We are probably the eoly whukey dir

State Treasurer land department of the East Coast boys work out your own salvation tillers who make a specialty and a study of medicinal ......*.

To further pursue statistical infor- The trinkets-they each remind men Railway Co., presents some interesting but we advise you now that this pretty -
I It PMtioB of the C:< banks reporting f Of some sweet time far behind me girl is from Atro is the ryt'r
facts and figures about the opportunities Missouri and you will] name we have given our hifrft-ffrd* ran or -
t I 1K7. 3ii<< have eliminated all of the When bright, love-born hope could| for growing fruits and vegetables have to sight her.-Crystal Rive: whiskey made by the "Primitive }Method" and especially weoni

HMouats then existing. In many of find me. in the territory served by thatroad. News. mended and prescribed by physicians! and specialists for imttM-

i &. remainin' 0"'. :a very large propor- A specimen exhibit is that and convalescents.

i ..... both !h, 'I! ,her, and amount All this in the dead past lying, made by Mr. Clarence J. White of Imposing on Sister Childst i 'i.C
pyre [been noel! To forget it, Oh! I'm trying
I : or to express the Hastings of the results obtained last The Jacksonville Floridian is authority
lHaattoa In another way the 3S banks Witb my love not dead-but dying: him Atro Rye or Corn is Express Propai41
year by from an average acre of for the statement that the
I t rce>ip>d to as still il
report unclaimed
land of his own. His expenses were: Ocala W. C. T. U. unsuccessfully importuned on Southern 4
177 Torturous time prolongs the pain- Express Lines '
i accounts aggregating 14S.245.29,. .
Rent of
t ground $5; preparation of those in charge of gettingup
Hwkh Break, break, my heart and break
appeared in their returns of
ground, $3.30; fertilizing, harrowing the banquet for the "coming out"
1517. but of this again-
; number and
amountfair in and ridging, J2.6'; cutting and convention to leave out the wine from
iif the older and larger banks Sad wreck of hope and love in vain! Four Full Quarts
i planting seed, $2; fertilizer, $23.10; the list of refreshments. They were S3.40
In*! :2* .
accounts amounting to $133,
seed potatoes, $10.SS; barrels, $18.30; refused and then the ladies had neatly
3S3 itS leaving only S7 accounts, aggregating A Two thousand true hearts loves in love united; tending, $3.65; digging, barreling and printed circulars put into the handsof Shipment assorted as you like
14.92174.. distributed unrequited
hauling $12.75; other expenses, $4- each guest asking him to rerfainfrom
among the other :34 institutions. 14 of And ten thousand hopes are blighted I
a total of $S5.5S. From the acre were drinking tbe wine offered. The This
bkh have only one account each. DAN HAMILTON HU-; ICUTT. whiskey possesses a rare and delicate stisrs NIt as
gathered 61 barrels of potatoes which Floridian says that every mother'sson
The law says ttat any savings bank exquisite bouquet It is rkb In MmrMwfftt ..*i lA I
The New sold for $:206.10.! leaving a net profit of them drank the wine just the
$10 Gold properties,
anAC'tt'rtab1e to weak and
.. account which has lain quiescent for delkv4e rNsaatlte,
per acre of $120.52. same. Further comment is
50 years shall pass into the "unclalm- We hare not seen one of the new
.-Mrs. Childs Arcadia Champion.At [ +'
.r1 deports" account" During the $10 gold coins, and don't expect to Has a Chip on His Shoulder t

tact session of the legislature* a law handle very many of them, so the de- Dr. Hulley is making a great Baptist the tobacco farm of the Florida "Ask the Revenue Officer

a, was passed requiring all such sumsc vices ought not to trouble us very paper of the Gospel Herald. It always Sumatra Leaf Tobacco Co., things are LEery

I' money to be turnt'o.t r to the much but here is what a Baltimore haa a sweet religious tone to it astir. About twenty-file acres of landhare shipment
state treasurer in order that the state bank official says of this particular though the doctor is a brilliant, forceful been cleared up, and workmenare refunded promptly. to please sad satiety tf foamy

Bright t..ne the use of such funds, the coin: writer, its columns teeming every now engaged in erecting: shades

common\\'t>alth being made custodian, It is the ugliest coin that any government week with articles from his pen upon while plows are busy breaking up the I

Mubjrct to claim of the rightful own- ever Inflicted on a helpless various religious subjects. He Is ground In preparataion for planting. i I

t'rt; and paying 3 per cent Interest on people. On one side Is an unIndianlike showing up the uselessness in b Four large barns are in course of construction I

tUemnt of each account.In head with own forceful style, of the
something gone wrongwith attempt to and about half a dozen tenant
proportion to population. New the nose, says the Baltimoref establish a Baptist college at Lake houses have been completed and I '

Bedford has probably bad more o I : ews. The face is said to be model City. when the Baptists of Florida already more are to be constructed. Quite a R.M.RoseCo.I

1 tfcwee unclaimed deposits than anyether : I I ed after that of a beautiful girl. There have permanently establishedthe ]little village has sprung up in that

city in the state. Years ago.vaea is not an Irish girl on earth wwouldn't ho finest school in the South. The section of the town and it is worth I a
the staling industry was at its consider it Record would like to Brother Edwards I
an insult to be see the time to anybody to visit the farm.Madison Jacksonville Flu.
)with. Iowa of life at sea was vergssao. Y compared with this thing. of the Baptist Witness. or> New Enterprise.
In numberless cases sail- On the other side is a strange ben Brother Jennings or Brother Hobson

on placed their savings in tho banks intended to represent the Americaneagle. attack the doctor's position on this By a divided court, three judges Atlanta, Ga. Chattanooga, T.* .

of that city and sailed away only tasst o I It looks like a turkey buzzard matter. You would see them skinned dissenting, the court of appeals has

death In the Arctic ice fioos. V-1: dressed in pajamas. Its head is too to a finish.-DeLand Record. decided that national banks shall not
atoce 01 one of these men was recently small and its
I legs are too long therefore exempted from taxation
paid 11700. she being the only su r-: the latter have been coveredwith First Carload of Florida Lettuce bonds which they on government i

thrift relative of the depositor. An I pmtalets.0 ichthyosaurus of: The first carload of Florida lettuceto The cases have been fought may hard hold. Order from nearest golat

latefMting feature of this prehistoric, times half ul arrive in the New York market and
1 was as rep are regarded as the most importantwhicb
.4tdant was that when tho account I shoe as this beast. No crudely model was received by the J. HamburgerCo. have been decided
was opened she bad not yet been,eel coin of ancient Babylon or Egypt It was shipped by Chase & Co.. years. The banks some t

....Boeton Herald.If was as ugly as this coin. from Sanford, and was also the first amount of contended that the .
.... government bonds they '
car of lettuce to --
move from Florida -- ----
your Uncle Billy lUoxhara !gets y A Pittsburg girl tried to shoot a under retrigeraation. It arrived in held should be deducted from their NOTICE For S1 ,-Dr, ..,..'. fltet PIl s

tats the gubernatorial race-\..nd w* burglar and fatally: wounded berself.The fiue condition and brought about $2.25 capital stock when the assessmentwas made from Dr. XtrMaVf pritaw formula

t borne ho will-fcucu a scatteratlonttwre [ old-fashioned manner of behaving per basket. Chase & Co. write that made.A The hunting season opened November ; bare best '* *- tar t*.tr

will be-lAkrt City Ind x. toward a burglar as if he were a the Florid lettuce acreage is large Raleigh 1, and closes; on the 1st of February fire year; ptftly '....... 0* tpftttpaid
No. the people arc nol mean. C., paper received
no six
: ferocious mouse is still the safes this season, and the quality unusually thousand deer and on the 1st of March OB receipt of price. *' ft a
They mill not rob this man of the for dollars a year for advertising for
quail and
fine. turkey. All
say that shipments parties will box. Address
will ,
and from
turmoil strife the
tranquility Railway, but it be governed
move from now on regularly if weather accordingly. Mr ,1
BeatrU Ma
fairly won. I Take explained that
that' to has a the
peep at the Banner ads. conditions remain favorable. owner of the paper ll-8-5tw C. J. McCRANEr. U Bfttt St
was a member of the
senate. Game =
Warden Marion Co., Fla. FU.


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: i...sL Me,, at tea leetbaaa. food and wet. Tba thrashing woe ae : -... '.,: F-- -

Red Saunders be pfckad a raw. of the things that gar ma a hanker r ,

( *Tkt LAB tt. ml old time .-MI- ing for the wt Mary liberal man

he said as ha heW It to hi* >>e& with the blclsory. fitbvr. Sparse tiwkthes ,
"Sweutbrtew MM guild. and I float p and spoil th e kin was! liH I

(Continued from Second Page.) .. buck oa '*ta. W tbf tuft pet iM I motto. lIe ueed to ....wke tue rtrip t.j Not Stlliqg Out at Cost but Selling at a Legitimate Profit

tram Ik*** fuii Law." \ the want4 "w: E>eu u lit r

(11A1'IIUt v Bud In band ta walked U*** a UlmWattle's breeze re "wd Lowry uu my liack when Should
I '
Y Ijicl Alwys Be Satisfactory to Dealer and Consumer
with Uattk.. ) )
u.-at uionili; wts*i lUd wlaA nl', and La wan the f dad got through it i. Say.

,.. aM'UWII t' I.'i1 were {5rst tiling her eye tall 1 upon. I perhaps I ougtitn't to u1 row now that i

00:11. Xliu l : thfoneh' tbu ho'1. in illw !!tart -d vlf'1nII'AOOg: hna'11 l itt JIJI he's gone but I fion't l tlikik thtrs Jj"

.. tM Urn nod ooi, k11 ta* ,,,.k up tofftre I'M had tkiw tit wttVh4 !I proper way to ue a bujii .'IU':"
tra'I No. I dou't. raid Hiss Uatlte
..ftfl twlticran4 t>ilrlle=.

.J. .. CUM.I "hht6ot and tit* ..rU 11,110.. thetM'" calWd je yfrly. "Your father uwiit veil but I.BTre weir' Diamonds
idj; and UMUnl putuj.MM ..... w11a "I law do yev opal np tUs thy Tim i was nK-fe ahd c-n."I.

full Cti'iftJfj look patty w.Uf! h1 ak1td. vies a sate |I forgiT htj! thewpop wl>oe

of admiration. Mk+l Ualti hit the | ," sal: fted. "l>ut, d-HIf a.r. i
"Wlit-re am I at UJ hoar tU he I '

tr Iw ..;. In lira ,U.w "Gli I if- nary hair wife h JB n Tir, In !+'rMtev ,I 1 had a Ivy I weuklu't elut' tU li'" -Watches Bracelets

r..r.d. I ahd dot brut IM.yKI. Tai or'!:r than wbMi k/t to its wa dericuri. : cut .f him; I'd try k, un" m with I:.:, : Necklaces

to ui.! ...u LofiM. by ttw I urvi!" I I Tier kV uf eoiffcr war net first, anyhow litkw u bas -,y ai wy: ,

the mortt Lwomlng that covld' itve I' anyb' ci.i to got tiw 11"i: "%] t
1U a out ""wtJ in tt., lHK .k tad

..........1 4"h IW"" ..j.t .,.\ rltJUo 01 the Ilx.-.n aaIu'Iod, i< ala feit that off his ku'k for nothiug- .i.'ii hi
Cut Glass Hand-Painted
stM 1.,,"bie-l. \fh>h Vib ant for ')"0(1 D,:(' style: l I'll lx'trdraer4ntj was : awhile L* nAf'di it. DOT Uuf.- got ti.y. : China ,

t1'w ,t' 'I4 ..,; r..r t1+"il.t1on I foolish for a ring]'! woman nt ter : life in him pct to IN t.io Lunch I.. ,

L f ? Ie&tiwhu: .. 11., Matt. ktd )'Wi0"", with tLe pretty Daft liiir I I rf1 onJ.1I.r. and then a wahaiisg M .

I bar ..uIl oomM with IlfI'4'1I'i healthful end nour h1n:;. L'rd, yc'1'c1\:
aw- t -1 with t ftiw* vt vxu thloio"g ;; lyh>g. ayai Edison
dN r 11ft nV 'tr'! -anlnj ofIt i I aud a touch Y ook* in hN' tal' (tn:1 I I think I was \M father of my'-out.'ry Phonographs

Wu ... yM1 ".. f"- thy tic: lUll i tb? )Hurpri.M. n.lm
tJ. """,, '.'..n.\ P.UI.pnuc out I j : !hit had thrown about i b er !obflr.-:: I !\oincbiwlj'd rite a boo: 'What Il"d t I

,.t .tk.a girl Stvwi.it tn the :I ili-rs. she uan hvont
\i h..l t' '>|n-ll Ilw ttbr Lg.r lul i .. and pretty picture. Yet A':- rhUdren'! it would i he full of rat::/_' : this season the public usually expects to see glaring announcements .

1004" OJ !iiu iii'irtUim air fl<'W la "':nt!.! c'ow.l n X forget tin tare' fr.t i inf<,rmatlQn. How's that hr.'aka-1, A of merchants and other tradesmen ottering
'1..., i I I ,I....!. Mr tuMt r..,. a iullg.L I i and nightgown! although tiny weni I coming on? r
ffSMlj i "All right down. Will. threat quantities of "the very latest styles in everything, j 1
.. i <'wo ..tad from i I hidden from uuu iilina ey' i by ready-

'I! .t! 'ltd D" niic riMjld r** ,.Lo j and pliiater, and shy wrm einbarrr.eji I "
.. ,.1' 1iI lair !IaiI ds tturi jdeT j, :Still\ with
[ fete.. I cles\ MLA Mattl: h"ul a strong bnckI chain., whirh collapsed iUbtHnil. ,
I ,, careful and that ;\ EGOU*
> '" up-to-date buyer they are
l'wl"! r. ..rkIny ft*'1 tuul ttub'rr.tF I hone New llnifl-ii common !' n5* and dropjKMl Ll.i to the iloor."Moroy \

r ,I !She answered tbat sbo felt very ..*:. .4 u l'i! Are you hurt?" cried lMi LATEST DESIGNS, and being sold at }REASONABLE

Inll.'I'\1 lUll to cover any: awkwaTI.v -" i -':5 Mattle. rushiujc; tun'lard.I PRICES-not below cost however that i lent the
What W wl4 You Dot as way we
Inquired what he bud In hi ; 'Ifurt?'- -:tid lied. 'Try It: .Titer w
in r ?f a bum nr scald, what : I distribute charity in fact this establishment is
our gifts
.. hand. jump up In the air and sit oa the : or our
"(M$ t '''i du to t.*iii: >v0 the pain?
but b thIv' ,UK .ri liable to occur in "(;1).1 old rvwe," tvpU,d Ilod. "Oltl I \'b"1' you are now, and Fee if yon: f'r't only source of livelihood, and we are compelled to hell at .l

t a> < f..., and I *,..nclO" houM lw time smeller-bHter suitud to you then' htrt! Oh no.! I'm not hurt, but I'mastonished profit in order to meet our obligations when they tall dm-.
|.i ,p.a f-r them rhambvrlaln's. to ult-ketcb l" yoi l measure, like the

t Ke'u. .\1'1.11.11.: a *w ft rlnth will r.'. II At the \un'd h, UvtiMl !tf. Mid Mils! man; that tk-Vled the mule. I'll take f The immense line of CUT GLASS, SILVERWARE, HAND i

f li..% .. t',. pain. almost ImiUntly Anti Mattle caught it cVitocowly. llwl: had. my breakfast right; here-t--houMVt PAINTED CHINA and other high class goods we are offering -
in ,. 'h injury' IH a severe
: retry wonder lit If the floor went UK-V
an cwt+-> lln4ly keen for *omt; a
tnt. i atiM th" parts to bal, withw eye this season will delight those who are in search of i-onie-
and !lamV: me In the cellar Ksir <>
on me
"".1"1"1-.' ,' .' .a a rr Ieur tale by X all thine the*,action aud bI-lie iMilc hafad**! the fumWetx.errtamtyof "A I I won't get up! Hand me th thing really artistic for a holiday gift for a friend. Besides

i l-erxm can do tbJugM right if they're I twlllrlIes. I know \rhou I'm well off I the special holiday line, we have one of the most complete

iNW RATION pit min:( that uurk," woe u w of his If you want to eat breakfast with uv, lines of staple jewelry in Florida in SOLID GOLD, STERLING -

iH-t wylDgb. "Tftlat the mil*** at come Bit on tho floor. I'm not >irolni to .

head and i like the kind haw my uplae piwln through the top SILVER Etc. :
all Irs in the ,
< M MM.* fur t| ) 0eeIa ""'r.)
)' i-hiii- -- I dad the ",'WAY. n f howl that's: la irk all the time." of"my h ad wrier In the Mine day We would call especial attention to our big collection of the

TLt'ivfmv this :aoiull affnir u>*.le an 11'111, jr11'1' the mo of ridiculou famous EDISON PHONOGRAPHS which in i
A; n.. tximlM wi glow from Lliu. person I ver did s:+er! sail Mk Mattie range price
IWl'n'k-olvu tit
.01.\., "Why, yoi could U' a luk_tiell [4 ayer \ and she laugh**! till she cried la. from $12.50 to $55. Also over 2,000 records of all the mot

J. \ itl', a'art1 t. +1 bn'ucb the psaaiug ." said !I.-. sheer lib .':lrteJners. "Rut tbiV"' a popular musical selections of the day. Call and hear the '

".r"*,. "I ti." >l tdla: f with Joe when: 1 chair you can trust Conk on now tone of these machines.
t ., 'i.'art It i' akin in my love..i I I wns a girt," aid Ml&i )Mattlo "m1l1n "Well if you'll tike your -olenmmth
< that thin one has no tnU"t.ww; ti>
.i i in .tiKiiiitii: "' tlays. when "I always Hke boys" play: butter than r
I I how tu derive me," said lied doubtfully "lr -
v I. i i IM i-fM pifadinc wan 1 did girtte' taught KU- ] F
',. I I throw a l*'l t<>>>. Ho suU G.I wouldn't lo.-iks husky. Well I'll try it. H ray: : I
t '; She didn't give an inch! This kind! of I
play \\llh ue uoVv I ktimed not tnaenup Yours for Holiday Gifts
I' v wtk *e a .
ii nMouiry reaiiinis me of the time Jituuij I lien: I
it fashion. I >
supp you
If i'... UK nn r.. than !goM.t ;I dricks! came back from twin :i'!. 1 1vulkiM : ;
will be wanting h"ukfa:-t. Then;
I >' t hu i 'r,IIiC hart weak, off the edge of the blufl in th- !
wrt! H hint of snrtnuiu In tb' d"iil!>t of
dark. It just; happen that < 'Id\ tI -:.-.o( I
I the inquiry."Thitfs I A. BURNETT

"Hi i mitt, should wlwt! 1 *i," juid Ii.: .l.You I ty: Fergopon's Cli liilVu:; undi'iu.ih: I EHE
I him. Jim took most of the roof off
t moat just hustle down get things .
I with him hwent in. He.it
: 'a> r i 1 iL.! eye that to Uiiluig or I'll throw brick througii! as HIGH-CLASS JEWELER
awhile to figure vat what watnii,! o,
the \vliJduwH. I'vi- U.'a up fee the
, r.,1tl having (.,mt' IfXJ feet too fast in do
I, t 'II illlll tl) tie. last two hours. much thfnklrl 'fbc-n. 'Hello!' he jolN Postoffice Block OCALA =
I "Why. 1 t1..( 't U>ifeve itr Miil Miss ; i
I ; Mattle. .1 Old Sx>
I 1 t I hIIgh. a* i mountain.. hack. but this woke him up. _mu := = _. ,
"Xo more its I. !but it ins: lite: it, ;
I ,' ,, .j Mow I llello!' says be. 'WosVr matter?
\ 1. 1 ii fcMf a- water I replied Hed. "D,[i't jo.i want th, tire,
"Jim saw Iw wasn't more than half:
J t'"r KM h..nt".1 ir.niK Inspiration startled? 011I111' tluwn ail o( i'n upth V-
' a"lkl''t.. w be saysVhj, 1 was : _
Ii ..Ilkt'- li-itlRtn| | glow. hloU't'"
f ui un the Huff there Kcotty; and seeing
., the i "'LNI'd: MaltVj the
Th. i rrud that II. nam'i'd pictureM aiiHinnul
; it was H K-h a short distance, 1 ;i VIA..IJ
ni" ant r!'.u i u It'HMia be taught : door In h*% Strife wtth an armful ol thought I'd drop in:? .

Wt.\. roiiUDt: it, man f.i -hkxi, cfash, I
T""I !iu-aIM with tiiu, should bean I '
> 'Aw rf, gnmt*l P .)trj-. 'Slake I III
the fitac."S.thp .
'- .,.....1 t cm y'nolf t' l)(GIJi),' an.' with that he mils !
I "
i4tt of tbe wav, aril IM?. "IM] ,
Aid from all wirroowtlM bto II over. ,
I show yuu how to build a re.'o I J
war I h..1 bM.i UM moHilit4 "Jim couldn't wait for morning, an<1. r
Tho Laity moruimc : I
h..1 tan shall all clue to >latt' lime to Miw Uatti Jm the,I though: hirt IA x wore pretty badly :

lrfci day xvnnnrd oj tin fHt.iiKj! of kxumvunLsh.xl. : I ppraliiC'd. lw aside tho trip! all the way .( ATNG &

I round the trail ail wc+ro us up to tell I
tad the. yeiat" shall BO longer nti S ixviui to rKxmt at I Il
: : how hu'd thxwigti IVrguson'sr
us g<)00 ; .
.'..h.r.w ,',,'uIno;, Ut not thtu with the >wtmtalit
l and the old man aked him to I I'j
.... their'. y stNM. Wraith of ut'iec I'a h Nit morning
make MnxHf at
x he.
nl""lt tht&, kit'h'ni to the 1'Io'bt) t' I h't <
M> ...., there was Scotty out in front of his
in the mxring. I
own footioC'(1ri
t. .n i'M.! to few and to die. I ,I cabin lies thumlw in ht tr.tt holes,
Now tlu Uaimmntf: indwhich thto l. $nt!
/ MART1NEAIXorange looking trp. I DEIILERSOcala
tKVijiuutanJM llofs mersyctie actions WHOLESALELWUOR
'- "What's t.lP matter, frwtty says 1. '
riHg; in her ant most chi "lily. %
f Iori4N Or e.e Very StHd'I. I She ewu fixind ruJUh in the sm! thinxl 'Well I wt ht you'd tell me whatin I

Ira.1....t' Market Is not oath Wilt vMkVkl th' thruwt of a the name of Godent through that:' I'

.( ,- a, .. t, 9 iMiaN* U at this timenil t.plnter! hi hi linger. It wet i nrywlrKM. I roof" ?' says he. t
Ui( It wen aJ.tto o i\rj much 1 swallered a laugh croewways
of '. .' I fairly active on alb e.1UI. I [put on a serious face. {u.t have beena i Florida }

1., tt,"+idi Jamaican are a aroM' anti iltvnK\'.l lI{* his klko'S.1 rock. : pays I. ) ,
'Hoc!, nothinT: ht>. 'If it had I
"Ww'n> oft't": h aid an the fire says
,'.'*,! ,. n.-r IN'. Florida are arrivi. t '
been a rock 'twould have stayed In the
and the began to roar. "Wliatrt ueit"
; ?, I ...Irl11"1'1&1 quantities he cmTtv Willf she cabin, wouldn't it? Well, there ain'tllie I .
1f you'd grind ,
fr II, ,, inir.i ItmeNU dealers tot tugt'sttd. first blasted thing of any shape nor i Orders Are Filled the Day They

tt... .".1.*. -f they: have ever .....n.1 '" description In there but the hole. You
I "Sure! WM'TI 'S the liaivl organ?
I'.t. -< 1.1 cir ha\"- arrived with ab- can go in and look for yuurself-I '
lie put the mill bo<% ('('(h his knees Arrive
dealer I "It cost Scotty one CII*? of rye to
.. ui'though one
> it- t DO and eomvrted th.' I.MUW to juiwder to I

... '....in I! cent make us forget thoe circumstances." .
r a r. ; per : the tune rf .M.1 Dog IVay throughhis I :
"1 should have thought the man I .
.a-1 H.HH. I'."'" Kuan. oranges'I IK**', which 111.E attic round ) I

tut. I'' .,i r it- '< I II"" market and I I very amuslnR.Slw I would l".kf11..1.' striking on the roof : RYE WHISKEY. i' CASE WHISKEY.
that Kay: said" :Miss:; Mattle. Per Gallon. SPECIAL -A T.
fine mearurit out the coffee one
!I"' enpectally .
Ito an r.1M I "Oh no! Roof wa made of quaking: I Star Rye 1.:-0 Pro QI Bottle
and for the
for each one
spoonful cup
"" \ I watabteF i'ot. Red wlitrht"\ her patiently, and I :11'aplino.'S) just about *trons enoughto I '" Red Rock .Rye l-5 2.00 OfFERSFOR Belie Isle . ... . .. ..1.1'I

--- t,'ht'u she had finish ho threw in i I Invik his fall. Scotty wa the Keystone Delle Isle 2.50 .------- King of Kentucky .. . . 74

F: v \Ir', m l.an<. whn has been in the ret-t of tlv! conti-utri of the mill :sleeper though: It want hardly nat \ Log Cabin S-00 S 90 Uncle. Joe . . . . 1 ftvMraua

I < vt. .'> "*r a ootipio, of years, is d-jiver. "I like it fairly strong; ," said ural The way that wan could 1"'und hear ;,. atings Pride 3.00 i Royal Raearva . 1."

through thick and than lie had Monogram ... .. 3.oO \Ve i11 i a INt
\.1' II h. 0' &6\ it w se-n erpres; ndGera
IM% In opanation."Now. Uncle Joe 3.50 ; vld rva . . I."
tinw of It He'd of
WHIT': icotested Miss :',Ia ttie. quite a surin'lslng: once. i I Pilgrimage <-9 i prepaid full tll.art Pilgrimage .. . . . .. I.Zi

PAOFLIONMt. CARDSW "...,01>: at you! That will U as bitter loon prm-pectins, round the Raby re- : Fern Hill j.OOStrauss' 'i BALTIMORE RYE i l.'as.ade . . . . ;
a<; htn4I t": fwictory ore district: and he cane out :: 76 5.00 | I \\ bite o. . .. .. L.a
H POWtHi. M. Dr at HaiJi Cutter--, sawmill just at miudown. CORN WHISKEY. I --- -- -I Fern HIU ls
and she'll tw
"Thin Ivr up with milk $1.50FOR .
| MOld
I : $3.50 Ktrauss' 7.
r Hank' place ws full ot g.> nil risht; ," n+ Uul lUvl."AVeil. i. North, Carolina Corn 1-75 Oscar Pojipee (trot *" bed)" Uv
'l'I.M- rn4hets so Old acotty tSO u.jkt he'd4cp C V"ill send .Iprc *31'
I'll'i > AND SUIGEON.i such \rantrful ways I never Statesville Corn .2.CO' 11 r-ianter 1.i"
,did ... NobuJj-'d think were a outdoors' in ixsftce tiid ou 't He I I -. Mountain Corn !.J0 prepaid 4 full quarts! of I Black and White Scotc .. .. 1.01

r $ ytw di"'t"\\'E't\'d .'oit l hi&, tti u... :t.Jit t! Lkw&F : : Old Harvest Corn 3-60 1 fit. vertwo .. .. .0 .. . l.UI
i (the To -I .... day arc trftrtfMi/ I ROYAL
mak1a (0:- otx- Itai f. tie new GIN.
FLORIDA Tiu not," 9Bld Re l Koutly, "and." c I, GIN.
: UTAI.A. talB. aril M the ffr-wnc! *.*. iiad of > Swan Gin .U-5? BESESYE
--..... \'atdt'J: h.c c5't' tn Us hand tad turn L.5 It* Qt 1btt1.
damp from: I ttaadtr shov r ter had Tom Gin ;
, t up Sir ffct 09 tiwrird< Cam "iidlwidy'dthis .. Holland Gin 2.00 I London Dock Gin . . .
T. C. BIO *. thin day u s jrwuls hti DuYat iaidUe FOR $3 50 | .71
t .
: i put PQnr woe tnii h hlglaa3 that i Crown Gin 2.50 Tom GJn . .. .. ... .. . 1."
: f 1ot1ON It tn>W ti'1 to ttv.rtiita eyes box: uJ &** \It re.Q. Qu blar \: Perfection Gin 8.00 We will send 4 full : Holland Gin . .. .. .. J.**
i ATTMNBY AT LAW.Uw BMru bare to L* sL i xii aud utter that 10 : RUM. qt<< 1 j Phosphate! Gin . .. . 1."

atf- ll astt: i bad sikityTV' .il.G/ OLD 1 Booth Tom Gin . . . U9
The OIftpiD.foclt Bit w tt'ijiVr a nee yew England Rum .
l ..J u.-;; WlIIdt. tb..attW Jdt" ltictr.1 the ree.rstlou? rfi. tV8 mac ajar aDd w31c ; Jamaica Rum '.*' HARVEST COB j I I MALT WHISKEY. .

' (1..t. FLORIDA to tatr it sot; Ix.+Sot it Nets 90 hoo- Wa np. Tins Wt wow c*Uac a Ittdeat BRANDY. Per QL BotU

I att o..t It wi'll1 CMi'h le*; I l&e act.pLfatPat Do tiif aUo Swim ioff forty S Blackberry Brandy .$1.5'hi best goods te b '' Durr.9 Pure UaUSWEET . ., .II."

i i L W. DAVIS.ATTORNET. IMUI a }pWt> :swfc>t.c' ofat I II I role an t>>ar. >c.y lit i :mate} &.d I' Apple Peach Brandy Brandy .. *2.00-W Iud far the money I WIUl1'1 . . . .. IU

? L bmt OVPC the fire I food V wm hi a kid tot >biff ttratr!. GOODS.
s*;d5y '
hut thw wall. writ djrtnf so fiat h' I WINE. FOR I $6.00' Per Oat
j l J.T LAW "f r'o tpmZ I look: young. Will, she :0'1.,1 I I Catawaba Wine . . . .ti.ie 'l"Mcb and Honey "a" grade .. .H ;e
t'U1'tty. 1 nknt n&ke oct jtut wktt kod1C of Port Wine Iffa will i*tI d eiprns Pttch and honey "u" grade zoo

'v'1I: I!" lit inttd brarily"W.Sat't a kioad XMM. Now, hall Ooaa t'r1z Blackberry Wine 1.5.1 prepaid 4 full qcartd .( Rock and Rye "a" grade .. .. l.W
1 Gary _k. la iwe an.1 qritet *a a alb hn;. Sherry I Rock: and Rye "aa" grade . la.
FLORIDA the ""UOt' .-i h-ii! ? oH. any!: California Cognac 1.01 I STrtAUSS F ISO US Orange Brandy . . . ltft
,1Jra and flat htswt tout
()(.'AI' bow! rut asj lhn'i.v' arc !pwnl forra :and to j(> Imported Port Wine 4.00 1 Banara Brandy . . . zoo
."wjtf i. ov f I vn'< In sii'.ttf tff nij rItin{ In a Uuue wtj e** ct to sarolwe I Imported ShErry1ne 4.00 I 76" RYE Apricot Bran-ly . . Ii i-J

,.; I i. D. [ a ay bod/. LI'tNta placed :Girt -----.--
J "To-J're;- not forty year oCU"! ex-: self to tie if !It witd anti pie IJC' aroid J .:-
i'aet fouoil it vu A fact 3tu :.
Cbamblla' TankOCALA ; :
. ; OT<'r Mara 6 fWc yl Kitw Matiiv. "YouYe Joking. (
- Lit anotlf maich! tad :loan'-d: averr gar'\
"V ry jo e-forty round trips e. a II
Eying: snow to n.r...fi sinro I bit Isnd.MaU'e looked at the l>!!ok water uivl niiuiu'ibut )
this mule tlie ;>.1:. t,, ao It sta: :: .nd
J I, C. CHACE. 0. D. --vl'y, y"u were only a r.
him and he Stttltd down hi the b.):
IJ ,girt:: wbea I left bort'---dou't you rei.ieiiiU ..
He didn't try to tiiiu:..
ton again.
WIKT1ST.OCALA 'r! Ton and your folks: came to
What was the usea" uiau liTin.:;
tee us the week efore I left 1 got a
. 1 could Lave figured things out with tV'
Joe to
thrashln for taking and
? you I
/'" MIlk r DlMk.J before him.1]I
the Eiillpoad wet helping you to get i few facts Scotty had \ANVtA\.f\N\IANV\J
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l'.oo.- After all, It takes very little to POLITICS ANDPOLITICIANS !

FRANK HARRIS Editor. one's opinion. We could cite
change PRESS poke "*cpoarnTH u4 .............
P. V. Leavengood Business Manager. I many Instances, but cite only one. Editor (Frlekly Ass

.. -" m. rouu A! P mota _
or or
7 --- the Miami Record ccMfl
--- II Stoneman of .. 1lUF.S
'I. gave Governor Broward a very active ,
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t. ,' .' (:\I't' '" '; and splendid support when he was ... ................... P.P.P. M a ipUo- 1011 YU1 Ala rich i.4 ItnIif'a.
'' .... w... .. .....&......&..&......T._.' .- ... .- .- ........ Phyi IcUa*endorse Wa..0"Mhtl..h44-'e.a-.
,. .,01 .--- .... i making his canvass for governor. combination. and preccrlb U with __ -,
of .... did
t- .., Enter Field
:: ... --, May from o rtaiu.j lh.er5lq
tf .:. ; -- I itor Tatum of the Miami Metropolis, A Flower for Gilchrist i i I great Mtiafkctton foe the cureS 0&h. are ewt b,
.. .. \.tt .\ for I I Judge L. J. Reeves may enter the of Primary.$* ry .1IH cfP P P
: and
the of candidate UgM
on the contrary gave General Gilchrist, ..
"': I Ldurwtwo. *T-*"- ..1..
Rh 1
field as the West Florida candidate and Tertiary 8 7P hllll. fjrT h111U. a- .
;.1'J, his support to Governor Broward'sopponent. fine frank manly I font, wIiOHbloodl.lul:" p.na.dletmQly
t I ud
{'I' } \ \ :.t1) governor, made a I for the governorship.-Palatka TimeB- modem Scrofulous Gars =
/ \
Editor Stoneman lauded Gl&ndul&r8weWniI.heuma. mtet treal tnf' or UM an j-tu JM:'
< at the Ocala eoaventioi. told ... J I
speech Herald. ..
I Lewt1eo1! 1.1 La wx .rfcl kcJ4
r the virtues of Broward and Editor Ta old CLro&ia Clan that u4 "
.-.f. ,' .(;Ott", : exactly where he stood In public issues S ray Complaints'
,... t -{.-" tum the virtues of Davis. In the stand I ;:; 1 !
\ '.:p ; without any endeavor to The Sun is rather hard on the caa-
,... .c.: _.. (&_". i' course of time Editor Stoneman, who
(,. u. __ i& 1 dl. or to compromise his conviction dilates for railroad commissioner
had lavished so much praise on the .
from considerations of policy, and thus far announced. It says: "It does SYPHILIS SCROFULA I
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bravery, consistency and unfaltering
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1907 1 that same speech delivered all over seem as If the people are not yet F
devotion of Broward to the primary I
.- -- --- -- the state would be a vote winner. We aroused to the importance of the office -
Editor Carter is able to be out once system, permitted his name to be '
la fcis
doa't agree with the general tf railroad commissioner, because
sl(5te, Qiucb to the gratification of bis used In the race for an office and was hare reriited all treatment,CaUrrb.BklaDili blc"ld de.ns/ta p".I\SM'" P r,1,
to state prohibitVen, but no big ma has yet announcedfor Tamala I"A. I
Ir4eeds. elected. But the governor turned i I ****, :Ecxeua. CLltmlo Prickly AM.Pet ft- t ar.1AaanN,
that we fact
Stoneman down despite the I
-- he takes, and from tim to time but neither e/ there is big BealdbMd,tie., ate. = .
Kow is the tine to push your stor- he had been his steadfast friend. Of
tads and F. V. L I P P M
Is powerful A H
we shall refer to them. Some et tieee enonffe in idutID experience, in P. P. P. a An.....
aYe f fc-fs.; They are worth more now course Editor Stoneman does not exr; .Uaot appltuer banding up tie Proprietor
issues of vital importance brain and in deterninatiea to do to JIIII a
positions are on ,
week and
tl.Ul they mar b' after Christmas. think as well of Broward as he once .TBtem rapidly. If yon an J

did, but Editor Tatum has suddenly and we earnestly desire to get rive the people what they ought to /table,and fuel badly try P. P. P, and Savannah, C,. f

Oournor N. B. Broward of Florida developed an admiration for the governor them into our state politics! (when have in this office." Why, down this 4 :

l. G L* Napoleon who has never met and in a column's adulation of they have never ben, thus far) im way Claude, we think our man Bunn

U> WaurlQO.--UI.ut Journal. him says that he is one of the most order that oee esary remedial l ilation l Is pretty well eqnipped to hold down RHEUMATISM

remarkable men of the century.- may follow. We shall qoete freely the job and ww are gratified to find I

Tkla morning's train from the north Ocala Banner. trots General Gllcbriet'e epeeek on by reading that he is Making a very 17

brought in many crates of turkeys these !aeue. later on. AB the gentle- favorable Impre 4ot upon the people ----
With all deference to the honored

teat will contribute materially to the editor of the Ocala Banner, the News a... freai Punta Gorda la reputed to in the sections ef the bate which -\'-

(Joym'nt of Thank! giving.-St. Au- Record desires to remark that Mr. he a wealthy man, and as there are hu has visited.-Ma4iot New Enter

Futlne: Record.It plenty ef people ia every campaign prise. S e
Stoneman has made no personal complaint Ocala House Wine
-- looking out for candidates entitled Roonjs
of his treatment fcy the governor. keenly It real merit ae a upeeeh-maker )
sterns to us that the shipment of i
be well enoughto
with a &r'l, it say one to the goveoorehh}. then

rH'D moss for holiday decorations General Gilchrist on that the Hen. Jef-
Mr. Harris forgets that when the quote the office shoaM 10 to
,eu 1
i.Igbt prove a profitable venture. asked the It I point la order that no falee hopes may fersoa B. Browne of Key Weet. Mr. --- TRY
question was governor
Nothing makes :a prettier decoration I .. uner. He pre:
he would appoint officers for the new he raised say Browne is scholarly; his !angnac ischat

i than our long, trailing Spanish moss. ; court that should be named by a I -Durlnc tie tart etnp&lza taot enooth eleqeeat. Aid wen OLD

..; The German government, through county primary he unequivocallygave ,I aada cf dollars ware tint I wish he governor te w.aM talk axiwtc tie ((1LLEGHANY j

I tight here to pet everybody oa oetlee ablest chief ersxativs* la t.h Ualoi.Ne .
f i. Carl Hagenbach. has bought thirty of, his promise not only once or
that I have a* larrd; that I a* tin cue would rrr N tailed teapolcjia
t the Lues mule in Kentucky for service tw ce, but repeatedly that be would epee
,ply rvnalaf oa my ow* kacfc, tad for Jet fcrornt's taek of !
t In the military department. These abide by the decision of the primary. PURE -YE?[

J coulee were the pick out of a thous- Under those promises, the people that ce each aa amonai trill bei- ability .'r lit,,," aiat on charges of

pen .4 hy ne. I will .. Clad for all iJemagoeulsin.-Palatka News
of Dade county held & primAryandthe
uJ bead, and brought $1000 a apalr.
the a* l taoe I etta set hoi I wlah e .
t result Is well known.
.tood that I d. act 3'ke esteemed Jaekwnville Floridian
It distinctly uiuer
ft It was a Jacksonville politician The News-Record lost confidence In Put 4 full Ots
of to Vet Is mistaken la ragtag that "every up
vaat W MijUnc ; aaycae
who introduced the "p.'pper box" Into the governor when that official at. '
eth a salon ae win pet BM under other's eon of them" who attendedthe
our primary elections The "pepper tempted to force upon five counties of
will warraat thenIn banquet In Ocala November 14 in Fancy Cartoons
": each obUptou aa ,
tat" etanda for the things that are this state by constitutional amend
helievlig that they b&ve a right to drank win*. Not one in three of
unlovable. Hate, discord malevo- ment and unequitable and wrongfultax
owl and control tae. I think there them drank win or anything else Delivered
lnce, irritataion, hair-pulling and di- one that had been so declared by at your

1' vision in the household. the federal courts. eoght to a* a law regulating the expenditure stronger; than coffee. This writer was

in primary election*."- there and took notice, and speaks
When the governor violated his an Office

Thirty white girls arrived here yesterday te-electlon promises and his promisesto Live Oat Democrat. from the evidence of his eyes.Punta Express

morning from the north to the people of Dade county, madein a Gorda Herald.

*erk In the Alcazar this winter.-St. the most solemn manner, the News- Jules Solomon S e e For 83.20Regular

About 25 years ago a young German It was thought that Judge Bullock
AB U tici tterord. Now, if all these Record, on behalf of the people entered
with red hirsuit and would announce at the Ocala
aa open convention -
garbs will get good husbands and settle Its protest, and would have doneso
countenance and big blue eyes, landed for congress, to oppose Mr.
the East Coast will become
on they even if the editor of this paper had
In Bainbridge from Germany. He Sparkman but he did not.-Inverness $1.00 a Quart Whiskey write foi
a great blessing:: to the state. had no personal interest in the mat- ;
could not speak English, but he made Chronicle.Not .
--- -
The Tampa newspapers are fight- ter.The I friends and soon came to feel at too late yet. Judge Bullock complete Price list
people of Dade county are practically
leg each other the lame as if they i home here, with his relatives and the would make a good co reS5man.-
a unit in the belief that the
were not great, big newspapers, witha people. He lived among us for some Winter Garden RIchochet. ,
governor deliberately wronged them, 1 .
great big patron.agw. At the pres. years and claims Bainbridge and De- Ocala House Wine Ro'
and broke his sacred promise to them According to the Dunnellon
nt moment the Times seems to be catur county aa the Iud of his na Advo-
and in that belief the News-Record
cate Editor
()a top and Cartoonist Taylor, who is tivity. George G. Matbews of the

with the Times, U making the most of coincides. Jules Solomon, when the years of Polk County Record persists In the OCALA. FL"HIIH ;,
If that had been the only instance .
Jt. his maturity had arrived, with the, (statement that he would enter the _.
that the Lad violated his
>tire of youtb In his veins branched out race for governor despite John Stock- THE
pledges, It might possibly have been --
I ton If he had
I There I is a California Indian believd for himself, going to Atlanta Jacksonville primary price. The
overlooked, but it was only one of a
f .- to \>P 120 years old, who drinks : and finally locating In Mon- primary stands in the way of many a
series of Just such actions. '
jw oke chews, sleeps on the ground, tlcello and Tallahaese. Florida. Making worthy poor man. Hardware ;
Surely, the gifted editor of the Ban- S I Marion Conpaiy
r and never take a bath, but possibly that state his permanent home fifteen ) ) )
ner does not hold that the deliberate Old "They Say" has it that there
It KHueone would turn a hose upon years ago, he began to take an
breaking of a man's word to his fellowmen was not a single glass turned down at
him Qf would become much younger Interest In public affairs. In fine he HEADQUARTERS
lg a "very little" thing.Miami i. the banquet to the candidates at -
looking than he appears to the casual shortly developed a love for politics
,> NewsRecord.This :Ocala. And just think of the prohibition
observer C J. and being a commercial traveler he American Wire Fencing,
paper thought that It had Indicated shouters that were tu>re. But
naturally became interested In the
pretty plainly that Editor the race for office is ever run on Sash Doors and Blinds
railroad and railroad transportation,
Stoneman had ample provocation words words, Horatio.-Lakeland
BAB1WSTED making a practical study of this all '
T TO.f for his change of front, but it was the important question.And News. Paints Oils and, Varnishes, "> i Y

,", sudden change of mind that bad crept I e

over Editor Tatum to which it particularly now his answer to the urgent The name of Senator F. M. Hudsonof Mill and Mining Supplies,
of friends and fellow citisent
demand his -
MERESKELETON[ referred. Miami Is being mentioned in connection .
we find "Our Jule" a full-fledged' : --
with the attorney generalship.A Snpplies, .J"
eudhlate for the offlce of railroad
The plea of the railroad commissioners thorough gentleman' and an able
t .-- rcamiwioner for the state of Florida. Improved Farming Tools ii
is that they cannot prevent lawyer he is well qualified to fill this

In Torments a Year and! i I Haif: with rate discriminations against interior And they say he is cure to be elected or any other oflic: in the gift of the

points that make wholesale which in very apt to b* the case, as GET OUR PRICES
i' Terrible Sores on TT? nn.d 3dy a people.-St. Lucie Tribune

possible because'the 'courts the Bainbridge boys never get left. .
Hands Tiec
to Sp Scratching I won't let them." So what's the use? Mr. Solomon va ia the city last Mr. Trammell is the Adonis of the
and Tearing at Flcofi: :: B jl Marion Hardware
s Monday.-Bainbridge Searctligbt. senatorial Company
Why continue thorn in office if they race -according to the
are powerless to do what they were Jacksonville Metropolis, which paper

CURE BY CUTICURA elected to do? If their hands are tied So Modest and Retiring says "be Is a handsome man-and hE'I

Two candidate. for senator, one
COMPLETE AND SPEEDY"My and they cannot be untied, what's knows it." But it's brains, not hair ONN ON 1 N 1NN1$ N 1 1$4++ N
candidate for and possible -
governor 1
and looks
the that the
use of keeping up the semblanceof I people U'lt.- 4*
trying to do something that cannot I candidate for congres-al1!' from Lake City Index. SEED
liul.it III. wht-u about a year Jacksonville within a week. The balance : POTATOESHand
tail a half old ix-gan to have sores be done. Those of us Hung in

ignite out on hi; f
tnsit him but the sores grew worse. later.-Laka City Index. state superintendent Screened Selected Stock
Th 'n they U-gan to>> conic on his arms, equal footing with the seaport cities. gain him ,

then on other parts of his body, and "All rights for all," "special privileg anything. Hon. W. M. Holloway will :**
then one came on his hot, worse than Stockton a Good Scrapper get all. We've heard LOWEST PRICES.
es to none, is the democratic creed. people talk.- : 4'
t bra uthtTS. Then I called another phys itwik i- John N. C. Stockton's announcement *
Mill he fjvw wors. At the end Why not insist on the carrying out of Recorder.
(f about a war and a half of suffering puts a different phase to the 1 e Write for our booklet-'MRlSH POTATOES( ," on Soil, .
the creed in
h< grew see iiai I had to tie his hands our commercial life? gubernatorial race. Even his enemies W. J. Bryan is a candidate "
In doth. at night to keep him from If the courts and tbe railroad commission for senator Seed Planting Cultivation Fer-
Effect of
HTaUiang tho eon's and tearing the concede that he is an honest, earnest from Florida. If be wins the J

ti,%... He got t,. ln' a mere skeleton, stand in the way of it, why citizen and a good scrapper.-Wau- democratic party *
ami 'as hardly able to walk. 11y81ii..t not change the complexion of those la Advocate. may consider the : tilizing, Digging and Shipping. \ I
hoodoo broken.-Atlanta \
anti advwxl uw to try Cuticura fait bodies? The courts the same as the Journal. *>
OiLtmeut. So great!: waher --
if i it that the gavo tiw a small pier of railroad commission are the creatures 90000 9 t> WILSON TOOUER FERILTIZER COMPANY ;

& l"utk-ura Soap to try anti a little of the people, and wby ought O :> ,
Cuticura Ointment. I took it homo 1
f"i- without any faith, but to please her I not the wishes and desires of the people : Manufacturers of

tn.tl it, and it **'ni xl to dry up theree be carried out by boards of their i'
a littl I sent to the drug store
ate) got a cake of Cuticura Soap and a creation? Why are not the people ;? Grippe or Influenza, whichever you like /: IDEAL FERTILIZERS.

hoi tt C'uticura Ointment and followed paramount? If the courts stand in 't> er
t for dirvction, and at the end of about the -.::- to call it, IS one of th-3 sn>;.t weakening: : \

h o months the mM were all well. lie way why not change the complexion .Jo1. ,.: JACKSONVILLE, E'LA.4N .

ha never had any suits of any kind of the courts at the ballot box. 4' diseases known.Scoff'j .

ping,. 110 u now strong and healthy, 1"j.. 4 4
t and I can untvnjy av that only for the true source of power in a democratic .19_ $4,.#4 N N 1 NN

t- your m,*t wonderful remedies my precious governmentW. .w Emtztjien, which 1 is Cod 1 "\t.!. j -
child would havo died from those
Urntle I\rf\ol. 1 UM.! only one cake of M. Brown j Liver Oil and Hypophor-pnitea i in oasilv di 4 GETkA SKIN FOOD
Bp and about three boxes of Ointment. president of the lat'

Mm. K lrt Sheldon U. F. D., No. 1, Fort Dallas National Bank at Miami, 1 gested form, is the greatest ttrengih-lraiUer: FOR THE FORM AND COMPLEXION

WwJvUle. Conn., April. 22. 1905." has been Indicted by a federal grand .p known to medical science.It DON aOtce.t iinEorldl T H !IN. erone'

jury. He must'face irrc forty-two counts. II rlurm, 1I.J 'Ct. ,
ITCHING ( .. U'1U1r" !turf: are this ",U is to our prK10llt ;Sweia lee.5.4.
PIMPLES Like & great many others Hr. Brown nlM..ric..brle. Age II .ut a ID.Htr of yeafl bat of trelt.g,sal tbristy i. i ..w..llln.
is so easily digested that :
t sinks
Cured Cuticura wanted to get rich too quick. On "::. into A wtc "llDali11 .timul.ts
e by : in Nebraska. our lie tks charm,s1. illi., ud ud..or to rejsis tkoee
T bad suffered! with itching pimples late visit to Miami Mr. Brown was : the system, making new blood! and new fat, 4t ---

for Cut yt.&l'j" At last a friend told me to pointed out to aa a man very much to t i and strengthening nerves and muscles "oulet be ulI'd b y- ct- "GEISHA 011)" _kl) b.. &II'SKIN Irut atFOOb eettr.cti.-tit0. 1
got icura Soap and Ointment. I did be prrper.tioq know 11 to rredtrl.dtae eta or.cTSw.y
and Bat one never can telL that -tll round out hollowed. this cb
in thrtw
week my face was rock with

ntirvly Cuticura cuml. 1 am so pleased with $ Use Scott' Emti/vf/on LES from the tic.FIRM e.d *..,''HEALTHY. w'u" bow FLESH the sod REMOVE fOR DEVELOPs WINK.
,. that 1 will recommend Attorney Barrs seems to have gotten after ti ING THE dup furrow .
thorn to other sufferers. Mrs. eUST or 10 make the br'8't erm large b..tU.\ utblig te.equal
Flon-ncw so much out of the I. I. fund that Influenza. it. T. pruut the b".1t trop ootk.ra shouldelwsys..GLISHA
Delavergne. R. F. D. No. 2, } "rl'111 at\tr weuteg babr,
Auburn, Neb., Aug. 23, 1906." he clearly forgot that he had depoelted 9 tour set t.taly pat SKIN FOOD II ."1 rnt.", a bawm &oJ ,iuutuul tea

J, ftomnlrt EitrnuU cod InimuJ 1"re&tlJl@llfIJr $10.000 with that board ; Stores 1111 tbreusa.erug. or.eckaew O. sale It.U n.cipel lJ'Plrua'l
4' brugtlnti
.,.TT lluinof el loliou.13>uOmi.and Adulu eon. some year Invaluable for Coughs and Colds. er will nut to S.y ad4,"", postage prepaid, I. pieta!
MM 61uD. .rupl' bot .,n&.1 -
fvuntr*k*....ot Wr I.tat In UirkMCWtxiruts loan 01 (Loco-teQ ulatlve I "'rt' FREEl -Jut 'nlNllt t. ecuvisee yo. CII the greet .
feknt bold J5e prr tee rte"ooa.01 ea, (a Punfy Ute purposes. Yet Jim Barrs has jlJt[ ALL DRUGGISTS ; 5Oc. AND (1 rer tke GEISHA, SKIN FOOD will besestfrce for t.ICtSts, wktchpsy. _
Ihtoucboui .. Potter : been ei.OO. c..t 01 "
*(...... Ourp bale t'fuIL. . erteatw. .4,.. Uau *> cura I.YVJ Quswr wake 1> 'WOMAN'S BEAUTY .ur
sort of which Wetrl.e.u
a fellow. 1t.o.OOo.O eostsi.s all tu proper
OOOe.O<>.c. : m..agug Addrw: CfISIIA.MF'C.tee ('("II noel sod .;..j tlll1 tlhtetlgu for developiag tbs but {
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bar C. W 1-WrvaU-r.a prominent at- Mince Meat \/ OU can always get Cranberries

t.tnW, of ArcadU. M in kola attu i ili i i PostofficB Drug i

I .hc .-M+aaa of the circuit court Store4i I PumpkinOlives it from us. Look Cranberry

" / AU ate* of Sl18 ftt rteh\'rs 5 and I It. .. : + i Sauce .

Io.. ,1.fe.S : : Prescriptions Prepared Properly i MItii i : ing out for the wants

Miss. TUtta Pate tame up from t1 !i in Bulk of people who eat is Guava

IMr W. Tttaday. to t'nd a few 4"'+11NNN.N+..N.N.... ..................... I

.,a wlIM M.t ttJaUvew b..rt' 44.44N14.444444..M.N4..I4....I44.444M4-4 HollandHerring Jelly
our business Our
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Fran all tat we can akctriain th- I Malt VinegarTobasco

palter in all awcUonii of the i Sauce
The 850 Withdrawals Simmer Downto chic league held its annual Russian
168 of Whom Only 35 meeting of the year in Yonge's Hall ou I for everything that

1 toya it 4 Ftaaal'a :5 and Are Whites Tuosday morning at ten o'clock. The I Sardines Peanut t ButterCrystallized I i

l" rvt.,t .tN.N.i The battle id about ended. All the president, Mrs. Hocker, called the i goes to make a

legal subtleties and technicalities minutes; Bismark Crjer-

Mm WU..... of ..... aa, wife ba'e been met and overcome. Th
ries and Pineapple
>4 it* poMUr eoMttctor at the Homo- 850 withdrawals from the petition approved the regular order of busi- Herring I

%....Orala rim. waa shipping in the praying for the calling of an electionto ness was taaken up. "

t 4.it) Turlll1. settle the liquor question in this A letter from the state federationof i hIistrnas$ inner Lime Mints I
k J Kippered
county was carefully considered by women's clubs inviting us to join ; \
!<*>.. W rvttwMBted in Ocala the board of county commissioners the federation was then read. It was Herring Stuffed Dates t

Twady la .IM BMWMU of Dr. T. K. yesterday. There were representatives thought it would not be well to

Ita 11H.. Bra.' J. C. Medea and present from both factions to branch out into any larger work until Pulled Figs f

>>.. R. I. Warts**. look after their respective interests. our members manifest more interest Soused Santa Claus must notfail
Dy consent of all parties six hundred in our local work. (Nuts, Raisins
dolls at Fiahel'B 5as14 Mackerel
Unite aM atae ,
and eighty-two were eliminated from The league has decided to presentto 1 t
..... ..... the "withdrawal list". This left only the town two handsome drinking to call on us We
Fancy Candy
1CS. and of this number only 35 were fountains to replace the present Plum
Mr Job* H 34tws of Candler I have what he
white. troughs which have become shab wants.
M.. r Oaths ,......,. baring: then.sailt so Pudding Fruits Etc. f
Never before since the days of by. Various cuts of these fountains ,
ifco jury, but was ex
Adam was there such a tempest in a are under discussion and correspondence fI
....dHr 1\Ir'M aeecwpaated by Mrs. I
teapot! in connection with this matterwas
And of all that talk of the wholesale taken up. I

.'ltriNlslM good at Fill's 6>> and number of names fraudulently stricken It was reported that the time had .t

1.....,. .-. from the registration books only arrived for having the dead trees t
one name so far as we have heard along the cemetery' walk replaced. tie
Mr. -= J. Kaicat of Tampa and has been mentioned, and he has been Mrs. Smith was asked to have this
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c."' .... K..r Md Mr. Clifford C. Her- actively engaged in business in Tampa work done during the month of December I

rtrfc of the tatter ,...,.. were among for several years. if possible. -- F

IB.. .......... rialum In Ocala onTtsela We never before heard of a mountain Mrs. Smith moved that a committeebe l.

4 \ laboring so furiously and bringing appointed to petition the council i

forth such infinitesmal results. I to spare the old live oak on the south- P

Mr H MiKatHi erf Flemington Had the registration book not been east corner of the court house
; kROdR1/T
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Mitt Mt! M' li Harrwll nf Micanopy revised had not a single name been grounds, which for so many years has 1

**.Ft i I'i< n>ani callers at our office stricken from it, and eliminating all stood there as a landmark. Mrs .

) T<...>tat Th-y give a Rood report of the withdrawals to a man, the "drys" Hocker appointed Mrs. Smith and .

ih.. i ti-|I., .-,1\. ....ttoGs. would still have nearly an hundred Mrs. Jake Brown on this commit ttv. CLliRK BFOS.{ ; Proprietors
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names to spare! It was suggested that we try to in- O K. !I O.K.
All kin.u nf my* at Fishers 5 andin4'.0 i
The board of county commissioners terest the children in a movement to 2. OCALA FLORIDA 1 1f

bturU have been asked to call the electionfor beautify the town. With this obj din
-- January 11. 1908 and the requestin view the civic league has decidedto i
K K 4'1 f:"* au' N1)) Harr C'line! 1'iJ] f
ail probability will be granted at :: furnish any and all children wish! CV
j.iTM.laJ' .,r. in oi.t.a. hatingMrtijU
f the session of the board this morn- I I flower seeds and offer a reward for I
htit.*....- Itfi.'i., the circuit __ _____ __ -
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'mrt. whirl) iflux in -ssUm. Mr. ing.There to be but one opinionas i i Several ladies told of cities where MOVING ALONG SATISFACTORILYThe
t "' > ''hi' "!."' <.ran;;<* proves seems 4.1P.11t111/111111NN4.1+ .111...111..1..4111.. 9... 1
tu. to the result: and that is that the the interest of the school children had .
,. 11\,\n... utv .!' plfndid shape
1r' i ,, majority for the "drys" will be about been awakened and they had plantedtheir closing out sale we inaugurated
.. tan* *. ring that hap-
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tr" off. Mr. two to one. and it may be more. flowers in the uncemented parts some days ago in order to disposeof I If HOLIDAY !
,I" s .1' ".to come I ;
of the sidewalks with much beautiful
CX j I stock prior to moving to another -
, # of the fortunate our
< .IHC t >I" one I Santa Clause at Fishers 5 and 10- effect. Let us all encouraage the
i 1 >.... .,: oi t "ii"' 11 l then groves.: city is progressing most satisfactorily -
cent store. children and encourage each other in I I IG.A.NASH'S III
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showing that people are appreciative
: \ II';. .|tu.tnut> uf vitrified brick i making and keeping our town beauti
Miss Simms' RecitalOn ful. of the real values that we
>, I .t. r. MId by the Fitzgerald ,
nt December the thirteenth, offering. Our stock is so large
Friday are
IJ Y t'.>ntf.o.v am! the work of paving will the pupils of Miss Madge Simms' elocution Closing Out Sale that there is still an opportunity for I
.ntfarit' I.. gin today. It Is a step I
( class will give a recital at the Our entire stock is offered for im- those in search of anything in our
__ |.1"6""' .ii.l w e prt-dict that it means !
armory. During the evening Miss mediate sale at very low prices, in or- line to select desirable holiday goods. I
tin- \,.,! '.m of kola from a town
.i Madge Simms. Miss Dessie Porter, der to close out our business at once. The entire line of goods bought especially
into i, M I It will not only improve : !1 t
i ....-- for'hicU of all kinds I Mr. Emmett Robinson and Mr. Alfred We have a fine line of Holiday Goods for this season's holiday trade .. ----- - *-
? th.IImt' dust which' Beck will give a one-act drama. and it will pay you to make your pur- is included in the offerings we are -_.- .+
I t rid of
IMII' Will i*
chases now. Terms of sale, cash. now making hence the very latest
tit* aw* a roBMMt menaace to the I \\ Have the Stock of This tt
ton Mechanical toys at Fishel's 5 and ll-20tf OCALA MUSIC CO. novelties and designs of goods are to i e Largest
hr lttl of our HtttWBB and

,,'rvl \&to .1..kII In point of health 10-cent store. be found among then. Class of Goods Ever Shown in Ocala *
Mr.V. B. Rawls of was shop The line consists of a fine lot of

1 11m'''''. cleanHwiw and economy our,'I' Banner ads pay. ping in Ocala Wednesday.X'ChT watches diamond rings, brooches and *+ $
..1'1') *... will find that the new pareI.IM + ----- -- -
bracelets and society em- -- -
t 1 lo. ... trill nnne... a valuable factor and .____n_ ____ __ ______ __ ___ scarf pins
blems. Signet rings from $12 to
them we will no more I I : |
"f' r w get | PRESENTS i
I cents; clocks, from $26 down; manicure -
hack to the old' system I I
Seat ti* Ins
all these setsat
sets, $30 to $2.50-
than Q. ." I II I w an' to n'tnrn to the oxcart I I. xr EEX half price while they last. A large + For Old and Young, Great and Small, in Kndle IJ

tinInlK xAT )line of Japanese goods, cut glass, fine : Profusion, and TAt

doll at Plshel's 3JoMi china and brie a brae, all to be sold at .
[ t 111) fore
nut 1 h' ....I.lf"t I t I prices that will justify the careful I [Reasonable Prices jt

.purchaser m buying Christmas pres I 6 .
Patter, Hvmaw Wins Honors at FISHEL'SLoaded I ents now. I I II SPECIAL DISCOUNTS TO SUNDAY: SCHC >OLs! :

AnrapNis, I This sale is not an advertising .. -.-- .

I I' ,:rltlf>tnc lu-ws to the I scheme but a closing out sale, at : -- I

f r ?uS f i .1., P Hyman to know With All Kinds of I which the entire stock must be closed : : In addition we have our regular stock comnkti :

..1 tat tit" iiii ..li ..( in all detais-ORY GOODS FANCY GOODS MILLINERY u'iJiES' +
will to
't.* V. t,.+tal l ;Academy at Annap- prove anyone! j

f In V .'.'nt esamitiations. in Christmas Gifts! interested that to attend this sale w.ll !i iI t GENTS' m CHILDREN'S FINE SHOES, GENTS' FORNISHIKSS l BASS, t

r i*$ Of '!'it. !1.' '(1 made the highest :I I be profitable. j jOCLA :! TRUNKS.< ETC, Give me a call. Yours anxious to please: t
I 10. ..", m all branches. i MUSIC COMPANY, .
'I. MM> an i I.. winning i ; W. W. Condon. .. .
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:" I.,' u(,,t"n'r.f -pehus, \ .I.'u a, .saner.tf his of b'i11ian'r.splpn.111}; I San 4- Claus Is With Us and will I I cent Santa store.Claus at Fishel's 5 and 1'-:i iI :: G. A. NASH i

. .. in the navy. John writ* l a FREEto !
i found his cabin. give a present F. U. cf A. Meeting : .
+ r t"rP J that ht: I II A meeting of the Fraternal Union .

I r *5t1 l* IDOl" than deUcbtt'd'ith in Cn-er life : everyone who buys something here. We I i of America will be held Friday. December :: South of Court House OCALA, FLA :
HI friend
\. at ib* trmfrmy. 1. 6, at 7:30 p. m., in Masonic : .. .

J will watch his NrNr with interest want you to come and see our display of I Hall. All members are urged to be,4.NNN+.+...+..++..+.++.
. to wear I
.a and will *M H* hi B">ne day and Cent present. Election of oftcers and other -
: Visit 5 10
N the I..M ala I of an admiral.-TtoGr Christmas Goods. our :I I important business.W. I

I *+r (S. ('.) OWenrer.TB I and Goods.M. L. JEWETT, F. M.
above Itf'mIll be read with Store for Toys Fancy .

e 1 I a emit deal of Interest Hjman'a and and pleasureby hisfalhu' CHAS. K. SAGE, Sec. Banner Job f ooms for fine Printing

John Patton FISHEL Ocala Florida ) Banner ads pay. I
Ocala friends.

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THE 1L 1 %I ..
Wauchula Telegram says that 1! "coming out" banquet at the I !
FRANK HARRIS Editor. 1! Ocala House on the night of the 14th I !I
I, there are kickers in town and country -
P. V. Lav.ngooi Business Manager. was one that will be long remembered I
I but that the town and counrty]I II
--- all who were so fortunate as to be
-- + by
I kickers differ in their proclivities and 1 i I present on that occasion. The parties I I I
; -T
&v.:9 I manner of kicking. The country !I, responsible for the banquet and I I II Ballad

I kickers are confined to an occasional the genial and urbane proprietor of J

r I-i iF II vicious bovine and the ever proverbial I the Ocala House deserve the highest ,I I

f mule, against whom every man is praise for one of the most brilliant

an Ishmael. These animals kick because occasions that ever occurred in that Concert.

| it is their nature to do so and noted hostelry that has "roofed" I .

they do not know any better. Theyare many famous banquets before. i 1
simply built that way. The town Four long tables laden with everything :

;, kicker is a different sort of animal. that goes to make a banquetfor : An Exceptional Mu-

""He is perfectly willing to reap the a banquet and feast it was in every

r- benefits that accrue to real estate sense of the word-was ready for I sical Treat for

FRIDAY DECEMBER 6, 1907_ 1 from the increase of population and the hungry guests and to say that
.... B I
i wants to see improvements go forward full justice was done to the delicious I Ocala Society
0th of Mr. T. T. Stockton I
providing he does not have to "eatables" and "drinkables" is but
It alit !*. "f.'ii fujiu! a notice print- I
i J I pay for them, but when he is asked to mildly portrying our experience.The .

t xf eiaewi>r* that Mr. T. T. Stockton "cough up" his share, then he begins room and tables were artistic s 4.

{ buft. .. BMMMwr of the Times-Union,' to kick worse than the country cow. ally decorated with flowers of every : '\

t. deadMr 'I We have these same fellows in description, and a more beautiful On tinK:."ttiau

ftorktuo wait stricken with par-. I Ocala. They express great anxiety : sight was never beheld. of

Nsar. of tan throat on Thanksgiving j; to see the town grow but do not wantto After the repast the guests gave I

... and died on Saturday without even put down a cement side- their atttemion to the toastmaster !I Tuesday.Dec,10.1'I'

n, r having recovered consciousness. walk to help along its growth. These Mayor Izlar. who added another star

il. erne in aU fifty.fourth year, and fellows too are opposed to John Rob- to his brilliant crown of speechmakins I : THK I I .

va man of strung personality and ] ertson for mayor, for fear that if he I

a Ma useful and bury utfter I|i gets into office they will be made to Those who responded with eloquence I ARMORYThere

rreirhtatt' maturity be first entered the contribute their fair proportion toward and wit to the toasts were:
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awhfra g.-re. service. lie volun- : the improvements now in pro Congressman Sparkman Governor

curtly gate up bin position with it asi!! gress. Those who favor these improvements Broward, lion. Jefferson Browne i will be given 4 Vocal)

mat agent to enter a mercantile career are almost to a man in Hon John S. Beard Hon. W. M. Holloway I

in kaouville, but not finding i', favor of Mr. Robertson's election, and Jules Solomon, Editor A. P. ( j Concert which will be of great
it ftNMftiial gave it up to enter theM the kickers and obstructionists are almost Jordan Hon. Robert McNamee and
i interest to everybody in the
..HfMKT btisiijehJs mud continued in to a man against him. Editor Claude L'Engle of the Talla-

It Mill hi. death lie established Mr. Robertson has set tbe exampleof hassee Sun.Partly : city, as the names of many of

the Aewm, which wax finally consolidated building these cement pavements responsible for Mr. L'Engle's

with the Herald under the I by first building them entirely aroundhis speech, we must say that it was the our most talented performers

Mum at the News-Herald. This par own property before there was best ever. He said that speaking was will be on the program which i

out eventually consolidated with I any ordinance requiring him to do so. not his "long suit" but he could sing '

t ifc* TlttM% I'ttiou and Citizen, and is lIe is not forcing others to do anything -and "we" did sing a few before the will consist entirely of songs.

May known all the Times-Union. I except where" he has first led "bankwet"-but he did not sing nor

I lMor tae cuaolidatiou of theses the way. did he fail to make good in his speech. The entertainment i iffiing

Mr. Stockton was aa active If Mr. Robertson is elected mayor
ors I His bright and witty comments on
promoted by St. Margaret'sGuild
i flaeiar lu Mat- politics and was recog- j the great work of development and the remarks of others and his refer- '

Ward. a:. th. leader of the Call fight in improvement will go forward without ence to the governor and other personages for the benefit of Grace

IJ. memorable struggle of 1897. After lagging. brought down the house and

th. roaaolidatiou of the Times- :added much to that popularity whichhe Church t

.'.... wit* the Citizen Mr. StocktonI THOMAS TELAIR STOCKTON now enjoys throughout the state.

reared from the editorial chair and Dunnellon Advocate.

dwuted hU talents to the business I Death has cast a pall of sorrow over t t
d.|.nuwot of the paper and contributed tbe Florida Times-Union and it is Meets ClaudeAt

very largely in making it the with heavy hearts that the workers in the "coming out" convention in

rrttiMful. it has to the several departments prepare this
'< newspaper grown Ocala we had the pleasure of meeting
: number of the for publication.
i 1* paper Claude L'Engle. the bright, fearelss i :

W. know Mr. Stockton all through Thomas Telfair Stockton, secretary editor of the Tallahassee Sun. We (

... career from his boyhood until his 'treasurer and business manager, died i iI
I of Mr. L'Engle
had always thought
I' death. and we Know of no incident in at his home in this city yesterday afternoon -i being a man of fine personality. and 1UR3UGRaED$ 'PILTY; f

after a long period of ill
bis life that will not bear the most
I' now, having come in personal contactwith
avarrhing i-riticit.ni. He health, which he bravely combated
bequeaths to !
him, we know it. Bright, witty FOR SALE
i ... farm[) snot! friends the record of sticking to his duties faithfully almost cheerful and as smart as a ?

well spent life. to the last momentworkingwhen than itho.k| i slam! K*.i..
needle he
t "store-bought" more
other and less determined men Hurt.rj Kwks1l4i'w
favorably impressed us. We liked him
I The elecitou in New York City would have given up in despair.Mr. .
on first sight and will always remember :
.* Wd ('lei eland this year were purely Stockton was stricken while at ( tert'11a. JOij i to K.-if I
the few hours spent with him
j total miehU.. while the result in the office Thanksgiving Day, the collapse -
with a feeling of keen pleasureevenif Also a few Plymouth Rock Hen $1
i K"'u"'I is' uf grave national impor- coming suddenly and leavinghim
we sometimes have to turn to "I each and Eggs for Hauhuuaftrr
tMK That at least is the way the helpless, from which attack he ;
am selling kindling wood to get February 1. $2 tit>ltit1J .
lMihliran press views it, and they never recovered. r
along."-Dunnellon Advocate. Iasi.-Wis.:
$ talk on In this way and pretend to lie was a good friend; warm heart- 1
!1.0",> Fla!
think that the> have the whole country ed and sympathetic. As a abusiness
Wants Next "Coming Out" Convention .
fooled.J .
he strict -
man was a disciplinarian -- 1
'f,, exacting from every employe the Held at Apalachicola =.
.. lion Jeff Browne conventionwas i
8. Ollchrist. same attention to duty that he him The Ocala "coming out" BUSHELS

and Attorney General Ellis, all cane self gave-but every business order held on schedule time, and it 2,000

4idt.* for prominent state offices was tempered with justice and kindly a great event attended by many Bancroft's 1 Ifyst Proof

........ themselves strongly in favor consideration, and made as pleasantas prominent Floridians, some of whom

r uf early primaries next year. Dy all circumstances would permitTo were aspirants for office and Oats

.....11. Let us not needlessly pro- his indomitable energy and !keen who were not dtirectly interestted in I

kmj the agony.-Orlaudo tar-n'por' perceptive powers is due much of tbe any man's candidacy. Judging from Yield 50 to 100 pr Mitt (uen

..... accounts we have read every person I than TCXM or Native,
I business success of the TimesUnion.The i .
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= -- the occasion. Nothing >
The huniiellon Advocate" welfare of the paper and its progress present enjoyed $1.00 BUSHEL ,
came out siarttling, however occurred .
I toil week and development were his con- P. O. 8. tacke
wonderfully improved in
ap4 ;
The Times Apalachicola
the meeting.
stant thought. He labored long and !
pearnee. Brother Peacock has se- in nomination for the next Eden Gent CaMalour* Seed,
faithfully in the carrying out of his I Itnf'et. ,
"un'tt come i-\celleut h"II| of late andhe plans his greatest pleasure being to with the assurance that the visitors : caved from melon grown .ps- (

f' now him an opportunity to give" a the -politicians and others-that ; daily for teed at ftaefcy Ford \
I see business respond to his touch. .
l.rIJurl lUll of his time .
( to the paper. lIe friend the fat bivalves here abounding will i Colorado, '
was our and co-workor. v
inventt'sx Chronicle. !
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i His death leaves a sad vacancy in our end them inspiration to $2.00 A POUND
obstacle that might cross .
f 1t'eston who has at the age of CS, ranks and in our hearts which can any otherwise. Come."a.running. l i Eden Watormolofi food, Mv-
path, political or
beaten the r.rurd he made when he not be filled. We shall miss him. and
," gentlemen.-Apalachico- from center of the m&..... at
f. wa, :!'. in a walk! over the same route to his bereaved family we extend our

from Port 11011. Mt' to Chicago, is an t I sincere and heartfelt sympathy.- la Times. $1.00 A POUNDGrown

...aml,1tof virility iu old age. He is Times-Union. : by", at lackvillt, t C.

a total abstainer from all intoxicants. The Hon. Robt. McNamee
FERRY'S FREE SEED DOOK among those at the Ocala C. H MATltliBLACKV'LL.L

J"liItit' Drt'wt'r'with the president out" convention, and he slyly intimated S. c.J. .
For half a century thousands and
after him may be as unfortunate as a that he, too, would like a U. S. senatorial
thousands of farmers and gardenershave
Georgia brewer with the democratic I I regarded "Ferry's Seed Annual"as plum and $7500 per. .
I. R. Moorhead, O. S. Woodrow
;. kginlatuiv pursuing him.-Atlanta the best guide, not only for the me! if the candidates keep coming
f Journal, buying of seeds but for their plantingand there will be a regiment of them Preald+nt. Secretary.B.
care. Daily reference to its text J. Patter Gtn. Mfr.VQ03M48 .
a '-- --- the time the campaign in
and ilIustratJnn.s it to be the opens
It U said that the earth will be as actual beginning of proves a successful sea nestt.-Apalachicola Times. SANg AND STONE WAVY

dry as the mo n in fifty million )'ears'i son. The new edition for 190S is now Builders of

But Georgia will be Hat dry in thirty.dl'I. rady for free mailing to all who writeto Duncan U, Fletcher announces CEMENT SIDEWALKS
the publishers for a copy. j jI ( I Dealer In
for the U. S.
candidacy senate.
It is a high tribute to the house of ,
- ---- I D. M. Ferry & Co. that two generations on Macduff and be ye damned LAKE WEIR SANDManutaeturera
The "Nirt Egg" a Little Off on Eggs
have planted Ferry's Seeds, each first cries hold! enough. St'riously.though. of
TIt ala Banner advises its reader succeeding year adding to the confidence CONCRETE BLOCKS'
Mr Fletcher is one of forida's
that "now i is the time to push that "seed trouble" will never PAVING MATERIAL
distinguished citizens and
arise when Ferry's seeds are plantedas
sow >-'. IK,' ess* We respectfully .fa
"Ferry's Seed Annual" says they who know him well deny his FENCE PCMTI
__t hat the "pushing" be done !
be.Another. Entimate furnished aa4xwtrttta
and fitness!' for the place.Apalachicola and plans
fats gfot'y. We certainly would ob- remarkable feature developed Times. I taken.

Jwet to uy violence being offered to by the house of Ferry is the ,
P. Eterlie.
O. Box 94 6 peals
ibMC* cots in our immediate vicinity method of distributing seeds to dealers I
throughout the country so that The '
"coming out" convention
.). HS we were sure that the date
the planters everywhere: can secure at I
Ooala on the 14th inst. seems to
.f tie warecent.Times-Un- !
wits their home store exactly what they IT
... want when they want it: with the absolute >- been a big affair, but only a : WIT.TPAY .

assurance that it !is fresh and contingency of the candidates *
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HOT SPRINGS. ARK., fertile. Everyone should send at once will line up for the home-stretch YOU !
] BO competition against Lippman'sOrnt to D. M. Ferry & Co.. Detroit Mich,, present One of the most remarkable
P nedy fur the of Rheu- for the 190S edition of "Ferry's Seed
Annual." things that occurred was If you have on hand te sell, .' If yorare
Iaatlem.Jamv. I
t..lon. Aberdeen Ohio, while everybody was on the : thinking of eemlnfl t* FNe

nays I' I'. I' did him more good thanmonths' General Abe Sawyer of Key West, wagon" during the day. they all (\ I I I
I Ida to make It ywr ""'".. e'
threw treatment at Hot the smallest man in the south but off during the banquet that night. ..

i frrlnt.rk.. who rolls and smokes cigars twelve transit gloria" of political I If you dfilre te Inwu'
{ W. T TinmvHu of Waxahatchie.T .
1' -i., MVK hu rheumatism was so bad Inches in length, is out flat-footed for and hypocrisy.-Bartow CourierInformant In any kind of Fief

s Oat h vas ronfinod to his bed for General Gilchrist for governor. General Ida property.

," tk*. Physicians advised Hot Abe, while quaint and piquant SEE OR WRITE TO
FprlBfW. Ark and Mineral Wells. has sense under his hat.-a.palachi. Last week we attended the !
T -i.. at which places he spent seven
cola Times. out" convention held at Ocala also
% rVs Ir. vain, with hU knees so badly : J. H. EVINGSTON I & SONS H
'woli--n' that his torture was be- banquet given at the Ocala
} yend c nJurance P P. P. made the The Record BrokenA for the visitors and we had the

t. te..* and proved itself as in thousand Philadelphia girl in writing to of our life, and we think Real Estate Dealers.
f other cases the best blood her : :
sweetheart says: "I send you as present can say the same thing.
r-urtt\1" -n the world and superior to Oeata. Florida
many kisses as Rockefeller has
all Barsaparlllas and the so-called pen were candidates galore and each ,
Rb.tlc R1>rln .. nies." This breaks the record.- gave us his little spiel about what : ,: -= i
Sold by all druggUU. 4. Quincy Times Take peep .*..
expected to do If he was elected. : : a at flit tmaer

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Local and Personal MEMORIAL SERVICES IN THE THE VETERANS MEET I: .:&:ff.'!!, .. K'JI '!S 1D WI M>>


The ConfederateVteran\ ? held th irregular I
Mr NwUnl laton of Macou Ga..
Sunday was made memorable in the moutbly! meeting Monday at I 2i
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aa Sunday.M .
-- i Methodist church in ocala by reason the city hall. Quite a anumber were RT Hfc.iKALk.RSLeading : I

in Attendance. The time for hiiiig;
t I' < i. I'I -ar.- has tt'-'pted a of the commemoration '-en'k..s i in

I"!-tits .. tinme.tings was: changed from the !
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( > alit X-ws Coitipv the forenoon in honor of the Odd Fe :
.1:.IN first Monday, to Tuesday after the I
lows and the Elks' Session of Sorro.v first Monday in each month. i ij I
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in the afternoon.The The committee appointed to revise j;
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Ki I ih J'id hn-,
arrvej hun
d Odd Fellows aund<-'1 the the list of membership and investigate: j I Mercantile House
,r .1 aii m.' in ( ..';...la and Ohio :
fat- '. "-mi tllilllh" 'I church in a body and occupied the the linaiK ial condition of tlv cam{ I, 4.. .+ ,.,..

_-- I middle nave, and the Rebekahs a subsidiary etc then submitted the following r>">- ':
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**.., J |. Hilbnru.1 branch of this order, the le t'; port which was adopted: j i iTo
I'n aisle. They were all in full rega ia. the Officers and Members of }Ia-I
$t..,tl" -u r.i'I',- ,
Rev. R. V. Atkisson, before beginning rion ('amp.o.. 56, United : I
to < Conf'd'r-I V\7- 19O7
< .1.1. 'Ha t ) brtwtfii trains.Mr .
.. ,_ I his sermon proper gave an interesting ; ate Veterans: ,I

a'.1tfll Bradford Webb and history of the Odd Fellows. I Comrades-We, the undersigned. |! II1:13: f

Next to the Masons he said it : e
mother IIf K'ndk were in Ocala was one':your executive committee, assisted by j i i

Nand .. of the oldest fraternal orders in ex: 'I Comrades Livingston, Lancaster, Jef : _.. ,,___..____..._v ... _-_- :
) o "" nd the Elks' Sessionuf
t f Nt rnrw11i istence and was founded in Englandin fords, Blitch, Harris Carney and the i

-- -- the thirteenth century. That its I adjutant, have carefully examined the .I Ladies' Ready to Wear Suits in the leading fabrics of Dress

chief foundation stone is love-love roll of membership of the camp, and ;
.n It. *, *!.' Porter. after spending
the ThtttikftKivtoK holidays delightfully for one another-and the record find as a aresult the following summary I' Goods and Silks from $ J5.00 to $35.00.

shows that it lives up to its motto. which is shown by appended j I C
iih !If'bunl friends in Detand, has 3

r. uruet Mate. That its annual charities aggregate lists hereto: t Ladies' Ready to Wear Skirts in Panama Chiffon Cloth

-. many millions, and he most eloquently Total number that have died, 57. :i ,
commended its good work. The distinguished ; Total number of comrades permr.-j
and Voile. Prices from J 5.50.
\tr. \\ukliffe Ik-Haven of Clover- I, i< ranging $1.75 to $ I
divine read as a scripture nently removed, 19-
,,,'" K.ntitrkt has arrived in Ocala
lesson the thirteenthchapter of S'Paul's Number that should be stricken l
hi "|*MKt II.( wliii.-r wi'h h,T sister, Ladles
Waists Plain Waists M Waists.
Mi- tfuw'U,1! Chirk epistle to the Corinthians, i in from membership, 76. h fancy { Silk : Silk

which he said the great Apostle had Number of comrades who have paid i!
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Beautifully $3.75 to $7.50.
reached the climax of all has writings no dues since January 1, 19f 5, 69. :
tii Mt,. rharlfh Culbreathto I
) when he said that all the beattitudes Number of comrades in arrears for -. ---- -
Pact t.. I'I...rUIIII reside. They -
hinged on "love. dues 38.Total .
lwfi ,,,."hl their home i i'hsa inf
i' iru.nlumh.( He selected for his text the follow number of dead, moved never 1 Our Dress Goods Department is by far the largest in town. We carry an extcn

-- ing: "And now abideth faith, hope, paid dues and in arrears, 183. j i sive line in all the leading weaves and colors at prices ranging from 'Jllc! to Vi"M; J

charity:-these three; but the greatest The above shows that of the 247
Mr ."..1 MrC "' Priest of Anthov yard.
of these is charity." names enrolled there are only 61 t !! ;.. per
+) nr -httpplng In Vala Monday.!
I lie said that "charity" was a wrong; comrades who have paid their dues -.
Mr f'rl. -',t,'od".1! th.- mating of -
translation and should have been to: date. I
th. f"1 f...|,.rat.- Y<'t.'ran*. i
rendered "love." While the committee did its best to >: i \Y7ATQT; S"'lL" VS Money Back Taffetta Silk and the famous Mexinc

Vr.I I ChrtMle and her little He entered into the spirit which an ascertain the names of all who have j I t I W1O I : in all the leading colors from (i'.lc) to $ 1 I. .:J. ,

imated the apostle and preached a died and moved permanently, there I i
lint I ,,""r tfM-ndinit a month in Ocalaffco << -
most eloquent and interesting dis may have been other names overlooked !! -
.....111 of Mr Christie'a parents.j'
MrMoore course. as in most of the cases they had Ito I IN OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT which is in our Annex we carry
Mr and ,
turned to th.lr home.Mr I I An interesting feature of the program be located by memory. j Suits from $IO.U(; to $:'.i.OO{) for men. Youths' Suits from $7.50) to $1 I ;.flU Boys' 4
was the solo sung by Mrs. T. II. We recommend that the several j
Suits from $1.50() to $7.50.; ) The best selections in up-to date Merchandise and
Johnson, entiled, "Crossing the Bar. lists of names above referred to !>.'
W T O.ry U mourning the well tailored.
The Elks' Session of SorrowIn called so as to secure the aid from
_ti of ....r grandmother, Mrs. Ilan-
the afternoon ati o'clock special memory of all present in getting said ----- -
which orftiired In Gainesville -
services were devoted to the order of lists correct as near as possible t

.t 8nta y at th* home of her daugh the Elks. The members attended in There may be a number whose due IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT for Ladies, Men, Boys and Children arc

ter. MN. W P. YOCWD.IH a body and occupied the central seats. should be remitted, which can hest represented the

hu .r floater bu returned The following program engaged the be done by calling the lists of names. bestBRANDS IN AMERICARHEINAUER'S

visit with solemn attention of those present: The financial report of the adjutant L

hoMMfrom_ a plmaant Organ voluntary-Mrs. R. V. Atkis and treasurer have been examined: --.... .. ..-
frV.4 In iainenville.. Miss Alma .
and found correct.
P..cll arconiiMM her home and son.
Invocation. Your committee is pleased to report
will t... hrr Runt for several days. i
Hymn No. 4CO, "Lead Kindly Light. that including $a; paid by that broadminded
Mr "bn C Marahall of San Antonio Recite, 23rd Psalm. and patriotic comrade, E. L.

>> was mrrl<*d in 8unday to an atTartly. Ritual of Order B. P. 0. Elks. Carney, to be credited to the dues of I

.. \minir lady at that place. The Solo. "Crossing the Bar" (Betring: )) five infirm comrades, relieves the I

..... i% a brother of Mrs. HerbertJiiw -Mrs. Mote.Scripture camp from financial embarrassment. OCALA 1 FLORIDA I I I I

(' uf this tit).. and formerly!; lesson. All claims presented against the

Orala. Hymn No. 580 "How Swift the Tor camp' including back dues to the brigade
Ilvttd In I
rent Rolls." ; division, have been paid. ,
Th.Y.ni ladies' Sewing Circle Sermon-Rev..R. V. Atkisson. There is in hand $124.75 to be paid a'D cr'U.r ;__:::: .r.=di TE.,....: tn !. fKJ11r": ....

hold salena Praver. in assisting Dickison Chapter of the ..--
.* rite tarn t -h'rch will a i -- -- -
....-.-mbrr IS. Tb 'r > Solo "One Sweetly Solemn Daughters of the Confederacy in I
Wi'i..luv erecting a monument to the church, of which. church :Mr. Cole wasa house and grounds. He says the oftener ('h C'aln: hem.,.'. The fun .lH-jra I i. M-I t
bandkor.n' Thought"-Mr* Byrne. memoryof
mad .
hand .
will b- t., mifnl awl Organ postlude.IN Marion county's Confederate deadRespectfully member, preached the funeral oration he comes down the better pleased Customer pail fn. j' ;, ItI i

p f' .rm Vn-d t-hirt-waistR. submitted, and paid a fitting tribute to tmvirtues :: he is with th'm.Ir.: Wartmann axe, then h.t.t.1 d, i I.i II I!

fjb' ..rk ,..r '!I1art!! : also hoin.n .- I '. 'It:.. .Q.5'I H. W. LONG !I as a husband father, citizen owns two lots of the old ZeButt postage and thr---' t. II, .1 t, :

taste t f 'iii'lt-- and he the sidewalks order, Then ,
MEMORIAM L.1.. GRAHAM: and Christian. property says "Y he *L. II

I W. L. DITTO. I After the (ant ral oration the remains sot him back several hundred dollars nitre hunt !'.". cent, "-\, : ij

,t. \!\ r. |lidM: \ s. a ,'h'rinin; !: Augustus T. Priest obituit, I were turned! over to the Odd but that he would not have tI(011tak. on th- i' ', U: .

t .Hat'lot .1 It.'i f..III M-ICOII. !a. will: i I :March 20, 19'T.' : Death of Mrs. W. C. Bull I Follows and l :ilvy wore convened i to en up for twice The amount if tN-r h. "'. a- T. e i"re ,., t

itrr.\ '0. -u. ,..1 t'I'- ('1irI lmth"H- I Samuel W. Teasi'.e. ohituit.I After an illness of many month., UK- I 1 earth ,un'jr! the ii-'autifiil: ritual of: was a bare possibility of not having -' t r 11:1:

.''a'I' (",trj.'rine 11\\\ hi',,.. I July 1. 19""). I pint of Mrs. \\". C. Bull)] pasg'cl''I that order. them put down again. He gays: tha I would! i.." fM' I .\

at , [I.. -.,. MI IUv.-r-.idi'Olllaf T.n- I I Sands A. Standley, obituit !carefully to the great beyond at
I.-r ,.t> Mi H'-l-e\ will too l" January 7, 1 .' C. <- o'clock Sunday morning. I offerings and the occasaion was a Ocala so he could have the pleasureof the aur. t. \ u... II

., h I r !t. ,"- uvldingTime- :.. I and putting in a vote for John Robertson tomer had .
Edward L. Mclntosh, obituit. For some;: weeks before her death deeply solemn and touching one lU I. >II 1\ t1'

I tnonn July 13 HItI\\:. the tnd was expected at any time so the tenderest sympathy was shown in for mayor, who inaugurated the above terms and VII MD! ui';

nlditlnn boon Max H. Newberger, obituit. tinnews that the end had come wasn many ways for the bereaved family. splendid improvements now going on afterwards he had to j..i.: ? :tl'

\ ant'a. I MM-! loci"tyt July 20, 1906. ,n i shock: ; to her friends, but was reoeird in this city. He says he delights to $1 axe.-Gonzales nl the t
luaI). th, nnU...flIs1 Bt-hMe l\,-nham.tfc i lloraace G. Keen, obituit. with great sorrow. Mrs. Dell Entertains at Cards see a man in office who "does things." Then too he was denied 'I 1\

tf iho arrival and September 19, 19+16. Mrs Bull's was a beautiful Chris Mrs. James Dell of Gainesville, whois I ilege of returning the axe or t IH-
,. dau Wer of Captain I A Mexican Dish
Denham ha- James L. Wyche, obituit tian character and she was greatly : in Ocala on a visit to her parents, ing a kick. It is always beat to. Ldi
.... I*.oka. Miss 'It Take earthenware dish (always -
"irat. January It, 1907. beloved by her friends. She was born a deep with the home merchant
in of her friends
.'veral months I entertained a number
boa .rprndlnZ north Herbert A. Ford obituit. at Cherry Lake, near Madison, thir- be sure to use earthenware as
.... New York and In other informally at cards Monday after GEORGIA PROSPERITY
9. 19u7. ty-eight She was twice
Tribune.Harrnoa February years ago. even the finest metal imparts a poor
ere print -Tampa Thomas II. Wallis, obituit. married her first husband being Rev.Ir. noon, for her sister, Miss Caro Lid-
flavor to the tomato), pour into it a What
Martin, one of the August 11, 1907. Richardson, of the Methodist con farmers bare done in PMr't-
C don.Six
1 tables had been arranged in the cup of cream; having cut very thin
h" county. was ference. She was married to Mr. I county Georgia, is set fortbto an interesting
I........'. I.I men tn .! ... "" -D.I'5; i.'U, and for an hour the following slices-they must be cut as thin as
He WM l'...'w to at- Bull of this city fire years ago, and parlor article in the Dlaehalt..arTtmett.
J t. Orala Monday. wafers -of eggplant salt them liberally
. ladies enjoyed the game of whist: ; -
. and since[ coming to Ocala has greatly endeared
,.tlw of the Veterans Mr. Atkisson preached an appropriate Joseph Powers ptaatal t k i
the m
t.4 Mrs. Abe Brown, Mrs. Lee Miller Mrs. and line the dish with them;
dlsquilltlon'l!' on memorial sermon herself to many of our people.
18.- p'vrral little and interesting Charles Lloyd Mrs. Arthur Clark, next slice two large ripe tomatoes, year eleven acres in Sea Itlaad cot
and nip itfoprllameaary the virtues of the departed Her death occurred at the home of
usage lit" kept: the:" touching upon and giving the chief her brother Dr. L. F. Blalock, and Mrs. Simeon Sistrunk, Mrs. J. G. and place a layer of these on the egg ton and has already sold nearly }Px
Ia\\ brothers,
of eatatttutloeai bn surrounding her bedside was her husband Lege, Mrs. Edward Helvenston, Mrs. plant; next a layer of macaroni: worth with abut 50o( to 600 pooads
an hour, order. His theme
v......... lively for about groundwork: of this with half dozen
unraveled: and for Self and Others." parents, brother and sisters, Bernard Seligman, Misses Valeta Pot- sprinkle a lumpsof still remaining. From four and & half

fisally the tangle was their accus- was: "Care self and others Mrs. Nixon and Mrs.: G. L. Taylor.A ter. Bessie Porter, Edna Dozier Lou- good cheese about the size of a acres J. Rail Crawford aaa sold aor-
with for
thugs moved ah ng Besides caring short service was held at Dr. Bla- ise Harris, Anna Mixson. Annie :Mathews thimble; as many of sweet, fresh but than $309 worth, from fifteen acre

I. m.d oothnesJrla he said that in many cities the of sameas the lock's residence at noon on Sunday Annie Atkinson Leafy Sylvester ter; pepper it thickly: again cover '! \. B. Walker more than $Hsl't worth
the portion
&wi I Feeling After Eating in Ocala greater members of the conducted by Rev. R. V. Atkisson, ofthe Eloise Miller, Mary Piatt. Margaret this with more slices of tomato, and and so the story goes with the --MI,

rer TftAot ('hamM'riatns Stom- business men were Methodist church, of which Mrs. and Mamie Taylor Minna a top layer of eggplant and be sure tionai details that, in addtr'xSea .If'"
"I 1 ....fI u.rd of the Elks and took an activeuterest '
.c'h ad JVt"f Tablets for some time dent order civic and BII, was a member. The body was Hampton of Gainesville, Alma Fennell that both of these latter are w-11 salted i Island cotton tbr- ,I' ,\,

and I sa testify that they tablets have I have in order improvements is calculated carried to Madison where the tuner- of Gainesville and Miss Samps, whois and peppered. Now, set your dish: made plenty of corn, t, ..: P"ii

-4 IU4" aloud, grind than trnahI&any was a heavy in this way the He hoped I I aal was held on Monday morning. Ir.Bull the guest of Mrs. Lege. in a slow oven, let it cook gently for tatOf.. peas, velvet t h. .. -
good. I
ecer .1' t My afterr" ('.tin .-Dad to do an immense and Dr. Blalock accompanied the The scores were marked by Mrs. J.. one hour and twenty minutes; take oats and bacon and lini fore
flint would make itself memorable -
Kmpt Novat.hlet. S<'otta. Theset that the order remains to their last resting place. X. Kirkland and Mrs. H. M. Hamp- it out; pin it in a fringed napkin-for i home supplies, but fur \
11. and He said that these '
tt.-a in Ocala. it must be served in the dish in which
t trenifthen stomach al o tending' an invitation !' I.Ai .
to do even I
( the dlltestion.relate bowt>I orders were in position Burial cf Mr. Cole ton.Mrs.. Bernard Seligman and Mrs. it has been cooked and with a joint to: come to that part of Georgia th-
and They work than the.
th.' 'Ih'er to "m8 but costdrat more charitable The burial of Mr. Cole whose tragic Lee Miller tied for the prize, and on of beef with roast lamb or veal, it : Times says that the county rat

are far "fI4'f'tor 1'&mple at ; churches, and in many instances were II" afternoon and givena will be found indeed a royal tasting: for!
mm.. (;et a tree splendid meJitI. so. and they were Justly regarded death occurred Saturday the cut the latter won, was t; all purposes except for pnl<

stets pel sec what a :x doing handmaidens of the churches took place Sunday afternoon and was lovely pack of cards. compound. roads is only {2 on the |IA)0; tint atE1lackshpar

In'. It \; as largely attended. The hostess assisted by little :Misses I there !is a large fertUte-r
commended by them. Axe Cost Him $1.20
Crosby of Citr\ was and were The Odd Fellows and the Woodmen Frances Liddon and Ethel Hay- factory! a cottonaeed-ofl mill and a big

Jot,. W. J. rromlnt'nt \'isHort' to of' the World, both of which orders the craft served delicious salad and cof An exchange tells us that a customer ginnery, and that for the bomM *ker
Ii.AK' the Muscular Pains Cured who tad recently gone to a local j
the summer of 1903 I was deceased was a devoted member, attended fee. there is plenty of land at low eo.t
Orak Monday "During store to buy an axe, found the price I.
troubled with muscular pains in my in a body. The Rebekahs and I just f as good as that upon which have
Sale S. Pedlar of Toronto which Us Mr. E. L. Wartmann was down to be 10 cents higher than he could
Closing Out foot. says Mrs. Baracas, the latter of son I I been made the crops m Uonoo.I .-
etod 18 offered for 1m.Raf'tltatf' Out) "At times it was so painful I 13 a member, also showed their respect from Citra Monday for the first timein get the same article from a mall order I Southern Farm MagazIne.!
0. utlre sale at nrJ low rrfc In order ould hardly walk.recommended Chamberlain'sPain to me, by attending the funeral in abody several weeks. Since his last visIt house in Chicago, and on making

out oar buslaf'fl8 at once. I tried BAlm it was and was completely cured and a large number of citizens he has been to Atlanta New York complaint to that effect the merchant insistent rumor that Crowed
cloee so
to be line of HoUda, Goods. by one small bottle. I hare since ware present who were not members and other cities, and he Bays that he agreed to "knock or' tha dime pro- will run for senator It laftralt dreaWi.

J' We hue a 'Ou to ma'ke your tH11'tha. recommended it to several of my of! these orders. saw nothing that pleased him so Tided the customer would give him the news to Willie 1.-f41"

and It .m pay ) of 1&1'. e&Sb.U. friends, all of whom speak highly otIt. Rev C. C. Carroll of the Baptist mud In a small way as oar new court the same treatment that he gar the N W!. .
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WACM4QOTA A T l" if Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Tij .
i t10LttB i : u r cool weather seems to put new i Messrs. Tom Pa"t .r 'td! < rrj|"
Ocala Banner: ; The vj.I'j! .. -
Special Cor. bailing I(From of Ccala t. ; ,. .riareiits %
yae.tal t"'r M.tla Banner: last ; __ ._ __ I life into everybody, and all are
Miss Lorena Freeman spent at Stanton last N 'H \
Smith has returned I i the potato crops in. I ,I
Mbit Ha fti week at Shady Grove attending a cane McLencion With Shotgun-! to get The W r, .T I' h- ..f) .. u r. rr'sting
where she has O'Neil Kills Simmie this year. '
.,. 1.ac rusat : John promising
bI .r>Hu : grinding, and had a most enjoyabletime. very dull day mf..th>K .1 t tt' 11 I.' I'r..,

i. ruins. ti.r Mr Parker. I I 1O'Neil Thanksgiving was a very f'r ,
bee t ( I Was Intoxicated lots ',v.ertl It'! rrb lit-I ; ;t It rr
had toI
of the Report Says Slayer woods though we I
been con the
runfvreuce William Doolittle has in .
4 1 h' quarU'io Mr. moiv The .innuai l tfiup* rut\' \,, tf ,
'irruu, will be held at theM : to his room with a severe cold give thanks for, and a great ,
I Mt< *iM f> fined -- Ayer. 11"1-1 :tat $utunl! .,\ I;,. I' 111M:

\ fe. nurrh at this place on Friday for some days past but is again ableto \1 "Jesse James" by Ordering! His Audience to "1ir ds Up," than some of us may realize.folks enjoyed a J rv 3T'a'H! .. wit ,liU'tsaa. |'S'
of Ocala is glad to Played} of the young
Budge around we are ; Some
Mv. and ,
HM :'{h. be oat .
His! life. I last (;ri'at inltr'h ? tuen .j1'iionc ,
\(.." '. .i All look forward to a goodI state. I Which Young Mdenfa Refused to Do at the Cost of cane grinding at Mr. Brinsou's .
had a u.for the t'a: >e if MIJIIinn r
?a ui!.; l.u-rybotl; > mvited to ati.u.i :Mr. and Mrs. Cogswell arrived last i I week. They all seem to have -. \

to spend the winter much to ordered those in the delightful time.
Tuesday !
& Mayo }
Gehee J
to the Ocala Banner: visit.rtbe '0 Mr !l ; 'H' .
\t, ir J M Smith and C. It Cur- the delight of their many friends. to throw up their hands. All Mrs. I. D. Matchett was a .
place for 'L! Stal *- I. 11. : e' .
.. Our usually nan ? "
business at the Belleview Dec. week.
on Workers met last
Fi-uuugtuu The Belleview demand except springs
: to
r; wt i. complied with the .
t f U ,iiih ,dal home of Mrs. Hopkins last week with 1 j quiet little city was thrown into a fever McClendon, upon whom O'Neil The dawning of last \\" :.hi'-:-'Ia. said our town a \i-i' '.1 ? ant

\! -,,, Jam Smith. Thtora Body six members present, and an enjoyable of excitement Tuesday evening young fired, almost the entire load of shot morning brought with it a tin- hat.y \\'at repivji-rei: 't at th" I./ I"Mbo .
i Pa-t '
I. Miriam- -ir I I'
...,1: It.SUMlh!! arpending a few evening was spent. They will that his body and killing him in- boy to the home cf Mr. and "ri-
o'clock by the report entering
7 ,
about ,
t 'asntti trt! ; Jtllf 'it
of Mrs. A. week. and cliiM! an- : :
f last Simmie McClendon a young man well i stantly. Mr E !*"-!'r ha \l- >nu ; ttr! \\ ,r
k 11 ..:..., r. oil The supper at the town hall on O'Neil was immediatetly placed under doing well.
and in- ..
known here had been shot 'K IIf nr.iaire :tII1 I i- [oa. i k i/!
we are the M< ey's crop
\t .ttatn Humor hah it that Monday night for tOO Masons was and was this morning Mrs. L. T. Matchott was on
bells ringing in Six Masonic brothers stantly killed by John O'Neil. a young last week but i- he hate a' th Kijvft I'| ,< >'t (I., .,
t"gat u. tt' ar w dduig grand success. turned over to the county authorities list for a few days
be mistaken, train from man who came here some time ago to ,par the tit-PH' ,
jd--i. but ape may came down on the noon awaitingthe better now. I
i wist i> and is noin the county jail much !
fcauta" ringing hit several brothers from the clerk in the Belleview Trading Com- who hay Wn Mr {'..nra,1 l Ivti nn"4 ,10,
** u tray l>t* "Old Ocala. and report of the grand jury which is Mr. I. D. Matchett, .
f <'li'Muta! UIU.au adjoining country were present, and pany's store. in session. working at Lowell for some tier, wa I 'upyinzi* t.IIII11t"1"! > "" lIt' r:, ,irhe
returned from now I I
< < e. ding ithe order of the the ladies of the City of Oaks work- O'Xeil had just The affair is especially to be regretted home Saturday and Sunday visiting: / : Ink-
that he
preparing the good Ocala, where report has it I MrVorI- \ Ia mi't ? 'V I .u.
Ula y ed diligently McClendoti was a good nature'l his wife and babies.
Mr I'm) Parker of ,LaCrosse spent things, and about five o'clock they began loaded up on liquor and was in a quarrelsome as well liked by all those Miss Jessie Hewett is ill with fever ili.
It that the two young
mood. seems
H I- t.i.a.. h-r wult friends last to prepare a table on which was men had had a quarrel and who knew him and it is said that this week. We hope she will soon rt' "h,' r.1! r''utl"'ter r. ,' ,- ', r I 'j ,!I"
The table young *
N'wl, a supper tit for a king. shotgun O'Noil is also well connected in Jacksonville cover fr'r at 'inri-t T'tf't1.tT' ;- t.t.-
secured -
and a
event ol and it was:, O'Neil went away
The u) ,
t and returning to the store of Mc-
at the having a ,
wax a pillau given reset three times, everyone Does the s'in I of Huft'
ttientail ---- in these desolate woods. Mr S I L Mann'mr: aa a
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I and Mrs. F. J. Bruton onKrt.'av and plenty was left. The hop* -- --- --- -- --- whers-
bt ue of Mr. plenty shine brighter here than any I risitor with IIi 8un'la\
the !:t\d. Quite a num- the Belleview Masons and their ALL THE NEWS FROM ANTHONY Richie's friends are indeed gad tc ,
of the
tuKOt, else, or is it the beauty of pines Mr W R Toeffin has ilt 7 '" ln:(
.. uf people and several mar. wives is that the Masons from Ocala have him among them again. of Ocala w.v '
t r young Mr. Allen McDonald f'q of nraniH1 and t.rll1J"'r'I %nni
attended this pleasant aft and other places were treated well Cor. Ocala Banner: Ernest DuPuis, a young Frenchman .
r,.-d rtmiitai Special visiting in our section yesterday.Mr. he past two week Mr assisted in ref down again and a friend of Mr. Richie, came over
t fair. Mr. BruUm was : enough so they Will you allow us space in your valuable John Hewett and daughter Tampa I it the hln'.rf"rrt.1I1t

f "atttc the guest by Miss Minnie as their presence was greatly enjoyecby paper to make a few remarks of; i with him and is rapidly learning our Miss' Allie, were visitors at Dexter Ru sro ha fnir" ..1iw -. .t i
charming young lady all After the supper was over Il:1nguage.Ir. .
UCarlisle a DICK.
horse and t Is branching UM' m
i would Sunday. !
in which i our prosperous town Also we Hillman u preparing tc i
Ocala who is now Central's eft" Dr. Chace made a short talk, J.I. :
Irtitt .
f the mercantile! hii<"in<'tMr >.c
pew'at M-htwl teacher. Messrs. liar- he thanked the people of Belleview like to say that the Ocala Banner is i grind his fine crop of Japanese cane EVINSTON BOARDMAN AND McINTOSH ,. ;
\ J L avftienr will "I'n a
also assisted kindness shown and assured the largest which will make a good yield.
ai d Klvin Bruton for their the favorite paper among I .
ivy I storttuar, hi* home af $ ti' t" th4r tiMuber in r, ct-iving and enterlaiumx them that it would be long remembered. portion of the Anthonyites, and foi Mrs. James Boyd's sister from Kentucky -

the gut ti throughout the Judge Hopkins made a reply tc the past few months have greatly en is with her for a few weeks. Cor. Ocala Banner: I 1 .
Special trill"
Mr Tom Hah"tJ;)- n'n
.> r>eom.i. Tb young folks playedhlarb the same, which was enjoyed by all joyed the valuable pieces for prohibi Miss Bessie Hutto of South Cam Thanksgiving I
Barrs preached a
UmiBoe, (tc.. and the older The ladies extend a vote of thanks tc tion. iina is the guest of her brother Mr Rev. Mr. 1.1 h bon
t CabiaIl!! T t'!'. : tovisitins
,.ii. -n.t, thee time in pleasant coners4tiou. Dr. Chace for his compliments en the Thanksgiving has come and gone, E. P. Hutto. sermon to a large congregation I Mirrri- ?
Thursday and aft'r I :: h''rinter.; Mr dare"
of Jacksonvillehas at Evinston last
odor Othnell Lyon
% while the delightful supper. but will long be remembered by a Mr.

piHau aid coffe- was wafted from :Mr. J. T. E. Gaskins and wife oi! large number of our young folks. A secured rooms at the Griffin House services: dinner was served on the
j i1.. ki. hen. When all was ready ev- Shady Grove were in our town Monday !: number of the young people spent the and will spend the winter here. Wear grounds.

tr>oue .i'8 invited out in front of the the guests of Mr. C. H. Hilton day at the Kendig orange grove, a delighted to have him in our social Thursday night Rev. Mr. Bridges CALLED .
TN1 1'oanl of county <' >mf"!"tu
),..u..... *here the table was spread and wife. few miles above here hunting eating circle. preached an excellent sermon at Ev

n t'-i .' large oak tree. The grounds Messrs. Jim and Jack Freeman were oranges and having an all round good Miss Bessie Graham spent a few inston which was greatly enjoyed b>' i ers at tie ?. ssion Th+tr-'tav rnronlnlcalled

\..re. -hied with lanterns and a large in Belleview Sunday visiting Mrs. J time. Some stayed at home and en days in Ocala last week with friends. all. I I. a special election i I ttp"'rtt1lnf'

ton f-! .. Everyone did full justice \. Freeman. renamed their friends with a sumptuous Mrs. Janie Swindle spent a few days Miss Alice McRae spent Saturday whether or not the sale of liquor

Mrs.i was on for Thanksgiving made Mrs. Agnes Lee, with her brother, A. L. should) be oominu" in M.irton coun
iu HI.. .,;.;,a>J things and voted The play that Thanksgiving dinner, and with her daughter, and'Sunday

HriiMHi a most excellent cook as well was called off, and so Thanks some wish that Thanksgiving would at Sparr last week. lcRa{'. and family- ty.

a.hotes.. The menu was: Pillau giving night was spent in a musicale come oftener. Really "thanksgiving"bould Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jones have mov- Mrs. Richard Shaw and children of The time of the e!* rtoj: wj4fixed

|1 pH-klt-x.: bread cheese-straws, fig and at the town hall composed of solos come oftener, and all should ed to Mr. Jones' father's where they Quincy arrived at Boardman last Sun for Tuesday Januar1:!1 iW fher-

Af- rendered by Mrs. Gates and instru ever have a song of thanks lingeringon will stay till Mr. Jones erects his.residence day and expect to spend a month or were ample names on the i 1)< tl"+tonasking

Ater Mrs. Gates and Mrs there. Mr. and Mrs. F. that the ejertlnn be called,
mental music by our lips for we all have many near two with her parents,

!t old returned to the parlor where Adams and several fine selectionsby things to be thankful for. But we Mr. Bray and family will move this G. Sampson. and try time wa change from the '

name wre played. At a late hour Judge Hopkins' Victor talking ma must hurry on so as not to take up week into the residence recently occupied Misses Vass and Bessie McRae of 14th to the 2ht af the request of the

th*> "good nights" were said and each chine. too much space for fear the editor by Mrs. Ellis. Island Grove are visiting at Board- attorneys for the Saloon I nurno

\1:, use .ent home happy. The occasion A flinch party was enjoyed at Mr. will tumble this over in the waste basket Mr. R. A. Swain is going to have We hope that the campaign will t*

I will lone be remembered by all who C. II. Hilton's on Saturday evening the old Swain residence repaired and man.Mr.. Robert McCarley left today for conducted: temperately! and roa*>rra-

f attended. by Mr. J. A. Freeman and family and Under the management of Prof. put in good order, after which he and West Palm Beach where he will go tively. There Is no need In Im"DI

| A FLORIDA SUNFLOWER Judge L. L. Hopkins and wife. Boyd Miss Mattie Pasteur and MissSaloma his young bride will make it their into business for a season. Robert IFa one's temper nor for railing name or

a"I- Miss Maude Denser and Miss Edn; ; Simms, our efficient school home. genial and happy dispositioned boy for using epithets of any kind.

;i ANTHONY ACTIONS Nichols attended the dance at Levoi :teachers a very interesting programwas Mr. and Mrs. :Mathew Lee of Sparr and we hope he will make many Of course the election\ ought to becondurte1

4 I Thanksgiving night and report a rendered last Wednesday after spent Sunday night with Mrs. Lee's friends in his new home. fairly and we bellev It

I t Special Cor. Ocala Banner: most enjoyable time. noon at the school house. The pupils mothef Mrs. Swindle. Mr. Frank Sampson has just received will be. Everybody should' he a'low-'

I t The French Phosphate Company Mrs. Crisp and three children of recited and sang beautifully to the I Misses Mattie and Zelma Pasteur two fine Jersey cows frojn San Antonio ed to vote after a full and fair dle-

:; have again put in ,an appearance South Carolina are here visiting MrJ. great enjoyment of the many visitors have all the ppretty things you are I Texas. oussion of the questions! Involved Judas

| Thry have bought the old Brokaw N. Shedd and family for a while present looking for for Christmas gifts. Truckers are very busy picking and his con Mrnr dlrtaf- VV> hj*

place in order to get the right of way and are making many friends. On last Thursday evening. Miss Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Webb left for shipping peas and lettuce. always advocated free all' frr! elections /

fur a switch to ship their products Mr.: Campbell and family who ar Florence Harvey and brother Mr. Eugene their home Monday.Mr. The merchants are beginning to and never exp< "'..r>srt!

from the mines to the S. A. L. Ry. rived here from Georgia, are located Harvey, entertained quite a Gordon Fields of Jacksonville, display their holiday goods. therefromT"n .
They have a new wagon here, are hir- at present at what is known as th' 0numbpr of their young friends at the who spent Thanksgiving here, return- Mr. Sample a Presbyterian minister -''iall -=!ienf-," v\ '., ,i--'i"'
ins hands and other indications of Waite house, and are looking around residence of their parents Mr. and id home Th'TMlar! : night. from South Carolina is cominv tory What The IVMllf \\ t' 'III "I"! t' f

lively times shortly. I for a place they can buy. We hop Mrs. John Harvey. The guests arrived Quarterly meeting: will be held here our Florida climate for the winter no n' \ ft, t>'. to C" '"

We are having a "hog killing time" !.they can find a place to suit then at the usual hour and were showed this week. and will! fill the Presbyterian pulpit sleep t

now. A large number of porkers havealready and remain with us. into the parlor where several tables, Miss Grace Meadows has returnedto while here. Main a tattle is lot hn >' f''t'

been slaughtered and carried The sad news reached here today arranged for different games had her horno at Sparr after a visit I ins 'I;' 'h., 1i': t.iri \ t

Pindar fiields being Mr. Olin a Masonic brother and the of here with her brothers and sisters. The first .11\''
to cold: storage that been placed. During progress legislature of the tntc of : 1 1.- i i :> ',I' t' "--t': ; '

thaiM. d, and corn being too costly I a fine citizen and neighbor living near the games Mrs. Harvey rendered delightful Madam Rumor seemed to have gotten Oklahoma is in session. I tl t' 11111' ".:-lln:

to t*'ed. ban hastened the work of kill- Levon, was dead. He was eating his music on the organ, while her on the wrong track last week in -- -... -- .

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tec. breakfast and was taken suddenly son. Mr. Eugene Harvey, accompaniedher regard to wedding bells. -.... .L. L 'mS.'ff xj' .::rcrH "_",I G.!< 11111.-: "'

"" .ur.. Kendrick. Kit Souter and with a pain, but thought very littlt on the violin. The music seemedto AU REVOIIL ,

utters. have gone to Gulf Hammock of it. lIe retired from the table to the put new life into the hearts of all I

on to tended hunting expedition. fire and was feeling better, and went present, and many were the silvery SOLID CARLOAD OF LETTUCEA CHRISTMAS
< I
Mr Plummer of Levy county, fath- about his work. He came back short peals of laughter that floated out from

vis- ly feeling worse and his wife gave the windows only to melt away in the solid carload of lettuce will leave It "
vis-es him some medicine but he continuedto ] darkness of the night. Later on refreshments Hastings tomorrow for New York ;

grow worse and in a short time was were served, and never the '
City shipper being Mr. N. D. f
Masi Is on a visit to her brother Mr. dead. It is thought it was a paralytic have we seen a merrier little party 1.Rt: NFAYS Co.1'CH1NAWARE
Benedict.. has
Hastings been shipping i ;
1 K. ... Hutto. stroke. He attended tbe Masonic supper gathered together and all partook of Rt :

r MM UUUBagan of Mootbrook has here last week, and was feeling the dainties that had been preparedby potatoes in carload lots for f.
his tt5i::;. n::: r g.:,:.:,Tf, ggg .. :
loads W--
IlNu: MAral days with her frined well. It was a great shock to Mrs. Harvey. After refreshmentswere years and in train also, but with a f p :

M.*!* 'A''iBia Pasteur relatives. He was about fifty-five served each guest was handed perishable vegetables like lettuce the ;

it, < J. Q Hoyd's sist-T from Ken- years of age and leaves a mother and: a paper with a number of questions shipments have been few and light. ? '

tut ky III spending some time withter. father wife and children and man' on it, to be answered. When time Last summer corn was shipped in carr -

?;1t friends to mourn his death. lIe was;,; was up and the papers examined it load lots the first car coming to the GLASSWARE RAILROAD TRAIN.MOftNt .

K.-> \V A.V,-ir aiul family are off buried by the Masons at 2 o'clocli was found that Miss Bessie Hutto andMr. Transfer Company of this city, bu TEDD \WHAT IS ,
fur :i few days'" stay with former par Wednesday afternoon. To the griel I Earl Boyd had answered all of following that shipment many soli DRUMMECHANICAL

UhotHT at Martel. stricken family the entire communityextends !the questions correctly so they "drew cars of corn and hay were hauled out DOLLS LOCAL POST CAR&

MU "'lur4'uHa1''e>y was the sympathy. May God's richest -, straws" and Miss Hutto was the for- of Hastings. Now Hastings comes to TOYS MOREAPPROPRIATE MECHANICAL TOYS

!)Ua.aiit bo.U'i> for a small gathering blesings rest upon them in their tunate winner of a beautiful box of i the front again with furtheir evident I ALL KINDS OF GAMES t POCKET iOOKt
i of fri >ndf on Thanksgiving evenin sorrow. I bon bons and chocolates. Mr. Will of the diversified farming in that section CARD CASES

ill Mr William Webb and family wil Mrs. Louis II. Tyrrell who has been Bray received the booby. After this and the fact that vegetables are HORNS SAFETY RAZORS

Mntr at onr to the "flat woods" tcli ill with a cold is much better. the "good nights" were said and as like the staples, planted on a larg ALBUMSFOUNTAIN PENS THAN A 600D SET ALL KINDS OP GAME

'> on their homestead. the guests departed they expressed to scale. A solid carload of lettuce FOUNTAIN PENS
the host and hostess many thanks for means many thousand beads,, am ALBUMS
WEIR loaded wwith all kindsof POCKET BOOKS OF
i the pleasures of the evening. Those this shipment is but a fraction of; TEDO BEARSDOLLS
Christmas Gifts. Santa Claus is CARD CASES
present on this deilgbtful occasionwere what the future promises. A market
f Serial' Cor. Ocala Banner: here, and will give a present free to Misses Mary and Pearl Forbes has been created for lettuce and it LOCAL POST CARDS BOUND BOOKS GLASSWARECHINAWARE

i A* taUTMtlag temperance service everyone who buys something here. Lois Dray.I.rtle Shealey, Kate Hill- will within another year be rollingout DRUMS
J wM Meld at the W",'lrs lale church on We want you to come and see our
man, Eloise Swindle Hastings by the carload tot
Iy Rfl9. McKlnl.y gave a prac display of Christmas Goods. Visit
Bessie Hutto of South Carolina, Annie weeks at a stretch. I 2
eI talk and svial singing and re our 5 and 10 cent store for Toys and
Hillman, Florence Harvey and Messrs. Mr. Benedict the shipper, is one of
MR11 WM given by several of theOaaldq Fancy Goods. M. FISHEL. Eugene Swindle Will Lamb, Chester the most enterprising of the Hastings I .f1'i.o ,:z ry___ ..R n- __

ehoi>l pupila.If I Hillman Ben Forbes Eugene Harvey farmers and is devoting his land
.. wishes to see a fine patch of Every big criminal case seems to I I I WE have always made special efforts toward carrying
had :Willie Bray Alex. Lamb. Earl Boyd, time to culture of many vegetablesand
should visit the one own enrich the language. First we a large stock of
sNttre they Hampton Baskin, Othnell Lyon and fruits. He does not believe in goods for the Holiday trade and

filii fcjr the. Gruff Hws. "emotional the "brainstorm insanity;" Mrs.; Thaw Bradley gate offers us1 Gordon Fields of Jacksonville.Mr. carrying all his eggs In one basket, the only variation made in our custom for this season is

HOS+ttwes the fear of life, its mis us "obession" which may not be I :Maurice Richie has returned and even If one variety failed he that our stock is Larger than ever before and the margin

but ia from France and is again busily engaged would have many other that were suc of profit smaller. Call
ftrlae.w aad v lcUi.it uJe overwhelms new to literature or medicine, I and be convinced
in law.- in looking for phosphate, and cessful. Mr. Benedict will next ship
lie fur of death and iU mysteries destined to serve new uses
into the unknowable I has very good prospects for plenty of celery, the culture of which he has engaged -
U.l\t.> many plunge Times-Union. G. W. Tex.
t r thr than risk their chances lit. In due time we will again have a I extensively In.-St. Augustine ( ) MARTIN Prop.

,lth &ekl0 turtune.rtt Banner ads pay. I pphosphate plant at Anthony. Mr. Record Dec 2,


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FAKE EXPOSED I of not to'ulnc k-;:
tlioeQ _
worthy tl { eoagider th. ,..t.or wtit Die iu1stitate C"' ox 1T

1ee at Inane) i, few we.ke aJo: I tacouratemrat To Ut npport. Wit idoj.ud kit the motioow I I.ul THI8 18 A CHECK ON THE THIS 18 A CHECK ON THE THiS IS A CHECK ON THE

**f V a km fallnr. and a lutTifjfl :I': all iIltC1tlm.a.le ones and thotr Jo t. SANTA CLAUS lANK SANTA CLAUS lANK SANTA CLAUS BANK a
'manlpulaton I II
t hurt ;fa I ii. ",,,h. The af. JraUI: !. 111I III non ''''..}saa \Vkfn thin ubttituU kill was put 1 i

,..'. ..4h* Unk ".,. artfully upon ite past; e, I voted against! it.

-'t r .1,.. it ... ,.,utd ;ih, th, tlfOfOfI"l'roil, I What Mr. lord stating !n !utUc* II .!. shown br, : I WY :

,r. a.t.Id) |.' t..,.. ,H1y; ., Inll:1;] ,'('r I to Mr Said Brown In Ocala in Reply I tk* Stcat Jouraa!, tiat wane ; favored ,: Z THE GLOBE H

.a i MI fit tbfjr nuni.>v At thin "'a<<" Mr. Bard was stet by an a fr.ufhi't tax kill, 1 was! constrained \i I Q a

.' t ttrau.r 11"1" :J 'Iacl..r t ',11. i ,,..". reporter EfeniEe by my con'eptioB of u-y: <:i'\ I I Ia
today "
'.1' \ 'n '.k" thtags i hi kaao and eI" : t h"r Maw if under my oath as a legielator to Tot i ,..0."..' ('I !
tP. tait.. any truth in the report ins against this bill b- U! : jJ j-: :
d particular eauv
tftuk < it |
pay ante iapr: to th. e,7rct .J ft ""
R i. III full Thin hat in my opinion, it was vsolature or 'tcoDfttiturcn <' : o
III the Mr. T. .1. L. Brown had at Ocala 0 901 ? ember 901
\ I -t r JUVT at whomhf.b charged him with inconsistency in : of the state. ;I e <: <: it.," )I : P :
S .b: "9 I
; 01
'in .4e: .," .H* ti 1.1| btiiiKnr of having "Mr. Trammell subsequ".u!> off'red (/J aI

"'ta,., hasa b?t DtI fran hise tax bill against and with the Trammel his original franchise ux biii! :i.4 j-( z -- ._....,:---...----.-....,.......- ....- Z4.z.
haying fa- known 8 substitute :t', ,- .. 1, .
bill No. ,
as senate as a --
4'' t loIi' and Kuarl voted T <: ...
I some
!I' -" fcw that corporation measures, and for another bill, and I support i j jed I iHc )t mL
going the he
: (Mr. Beard) had not
.' -M'.. for repliedto and voted for it, as i is shown by I f
pi-fun the
several charges, to which
Mr. Beard the Senate Journal."I .
'I.' a word of truth in replied: '
..t tI ri. tar s tbat t',, imnkM "No. there challenge and defy any and everyman it r 1
not one scintilla of in the of Florida to take I, f (Ij4
*ll"1 wt'I 1 | > the fr-, ,.it.rv only truth in th" report. Mr. Brown state t is '
charg- the Senate Journal and show sin- 't.In.rlS maS Coming j
one .
., ,i
a LI"1ft P.to' r1 I, h! + ..ple.1W | l me in his speech at Ocala with in- 2pz
gle act or vote of mine that is incouiat -
))1 a Ie" .
f I 'lit' 'il'; III crjusiucncy
on the '
.. prohibition question .: "nt with lift-long! political oc
.. my 1
1.t'/Fqu *' .t i. t to which I i
replied that I had never pro-I m .
1 I. IIIIU I l'! 11..1.! of A in; my life had an opportunity to fessions."I I :J Coming iu a hurry! too. !Jon'r put off your, Christmas: : rhoppni! untilthe otF "I

I h.II' '> :S -t-I '.!'! t P rand tor or against prohibi- I introduced at least as many bills f fII a last minute- and suffer the inconvenience of crowds. V. .n! tan takeyour :I >
regulating and! :ruWnci! the !
con orlJor-1 f tt7tsc
I"' 1''"'' I.. alt;.- tI I ."n: mi':! the recent contest in Es'a II ate power" in the interest o' the o time about it now and get jut what presents you want. Later some I c cc i iof
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county, when I had 9
withoutI. a;;; any member of either house, an.i the nicest things will be gone. .
,U !, it lift do, -ita'ion t taken I' 0 r=
> my stand and spok- at least; as malls of my measures beean1. I r I.- This store is chuck up with Christmas G(>ods, sensible and service : z
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"'I ""?! ," hi : ritten ana tiot.-d for prohibition. ,
: :' laws anti are today upon the Q able. It takes all kinds of goods to meet the demands of gift giving and 7
1 t tn i i .\.:" ii Tat! was all iKHu! : >ly all, tlv-re was I. i, i

,H ,him '" -iMti'r, ''I'to M;))1' Brown "J.iiOlf', and the lar;e :>atnte" books. co we are here to pease: the people. We are especially going to take care I x '" ':
i i { bipe that ?" many of those papers I
1 1 I I.) I 1.,1' i I",. tit. af.d< .n.i'i' nee of la'Mt! 's jiiii gcil!{-men know as Ita\(' 'a'-.represented' intmtior.ally of the little farmer lassies this year, and have prepared a great Christmas i '

11 r .if !t.tt.- bte( her thi>. WY'I'r"ion, of the absurdI I!I or unintentionally, the affair! I surprise for them. Never was a girl in the world who did not love dolls, :
1 taU- h 'It'i.-1 n "et .irr 'iic,- f i-,, j.Ljluti !lv 'orr..ct."
I at Ocala will do me the justice to I1J so we have bought a great big lot of the prettiest dolls on the market to u H
\ a. Mr. llard wtl..<'n asked about hi; Y
'! copy this::; interview. with these ads. These delis l and handsome > Z
I' dm i 'Lh .1.( on the T.anr-ieU franchise Wii.H. z give away are 50-cent are 2

v- a '.f '.. 1'.1 t.) -> .. paid: "Early in the session Mr. Ion Farris' Announcement 0 o enough to set the little folks shouting. Bring this advertisement with you <

', > :'1111H'11..1'I 'rrammell introduced a bill provid I Yielding to the solicitation; of nany cO p.p.any day this month and buy two dollars' worth of goods and you can exchange > :

'. t .. I Ii, t Illf h' i nm for a tax upon all franchises. This I friends, and after thoughtful consider- Ft' Y :J : this ad for one of these dolls.0: two ads will be cashed for anyone n 'If

1 '. r. I ,, .' 'I| .. ron |I., ,i liiil was printed and copied and placii W Q (
:I I ation. I have determined to enter the P + :f person. You must bring this or you can not get the doll. No deviation ;
t.i \ |1.1 t .i' i I.'a.n: wbkh j| upon the desk of each senator. It U m
I I o' be made for whatever. Parties who do c o
reason not want the
for in I ; any
-I'I Hoi ant/ I I ib- irH'! : ages known as senate bill No. S, and contest representative con-

..ti> a* "I' '..t j I I: was. on the whole, a good measure. I gress from the second district of cD a i dolls can have the other gifts as heretofore. Santa Claus is expecting you III 0 ,

1 *"lU.b* rt<> i ,at ihf Ittii. |I: td; Mr. Trammell that I would support Fonda.In a> z at the store that is always right. > Z

I' $&* i.t'! I' 1 tf'HIli? it- ;: it, but when the bill was calledip t
due time I will announce a platform = < zxZ
,, .' 'hr' i I' iittli-I (.i I .I on its second reading Mr. Tram- I ICD A If! t
We sole for the White House Shoes for and
of principles embracing mj j are agents men women J Ji
-II offered substitute for the
'I i 'u v.i! Surdy ni l<> a en-

i tni! .' i ..*nl-i' ... .I| u--IIIUt> |IIt' (Ii!r" bill and moved its adoption. This views on public questions of state and I Buster Brown Shoes tor boys and girls.

rt substitute had never been printed anti l lI national importance. a

&"., '.' ,..In'. > .I wr.-i'k.-d 1.t bvi. I I at least knew notihng of it until it I shall endeavor to conduct my iw 'AH

t i. i ..tin'a'' !I.'. and \:' '\ dS read by the clerk as a substi- part of the campaign from a high > 1 i

\I. } rite i II- r 'NC'i-" tnt) 'for senate bill No. S. plane free from abuse and personalities Z <:: t ... .._ ----- ztA
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I ,|K < -II!l !' >ttt1Q, tllO, I When the clerk had finished read- ; but tbe political and official records Q 0 1 > (0TQt

'In, 1 i '.ii-in .1 i 1''I( "iiitpi upt'ii iiir I pit it to read carefully before of my opponents, as well as my I c ; J gq >

f"'' I not! .irt > I t i" 0\0! 'h*. ,, _trig upon it. It was adopted as a own, belong to the public, and I pro- I, I 6 TLbIE '" (T")
before I finished reading it. to discuss them freely and fear- i ,
I >i1ll'IK t.'in 1..1 1 !I'I'I .1 h.lr I :substitute pose ti > t+,
., M n'iiri.rw : : 1 1. immediately after reading, toM Mr lessly. I r j JO 0' l i: t 1 c o
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'r, 'II Trimniell: that I could not support it. Between now and the primaries I i <:: r 4

Mr h.-i.' t .1'I.t 11'!"' !h.'t'II'-". in my opinion it violated! the expect to make a personal canvass of I'' 1 CD I I II 0 z

.II 111 \\.iv vi(t. ? provisions of the state consti- each county in the district. In the I Uzi Ocala I Florida'z I '

i tution. out to him why and meantime I wish to make public acknowledgement i B *
'I 1,1." f 1'r\\"?. hut fortu- i 1 pointing I-y 'IF IT'S A JOOI( ; ) )) THI\< WL: HAVIIT: ; / x t
h "t ih.' -i it.h>- how in my opinion it was unconstitu- of my gratitude for

-1 ,, .1! ,' !1"' '('h",1!l ,1 ". I IM! il| you know a substitute, after the many pledget of support I have ,.a.
I 'Milli' ::1.\! oJ tlon. cannot be amf'nded.tr.. already received from almost every THIS IS A CHECK ON THE THIS IS A CHECK: ON THE THIS IS A CHECK 0\ THE
.tt.w 1
," T! immell replied: 'I will tomorrow section of the district and to espt'l' 3.- t SANTA CLAUS BANK SANTA CLAUS BANK SANTA CLAUS SANK
M" tq vote which ly thank those of my friends whet sssssatssfKSf fssaiffs SK "",-" ,?..,,,,, :.i';,,..,,,. ;:!"".3..L.'T< .,!'!- .
44' '" -. ... .... .- .....vP to reconsider the by .i
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\i 1q.::1.- 1 t, :.,' tan' substitute was adopted( l ;' W'.MCJ: h.' have done me the honor to urge ni> --- _-:.- ----=-u .u- ---- --- -- -. -- ..-

,1 for his motion to iv, can.titlarr\ !: lOX FARRIS.
and! I voted <

-- Rare Opportunity for Investment in Wife Claims a Deposit of $5000 to be New.p.p.r Bu intf at Will Mcr pM

.- Rich Alluvial Muck Land on Her Own Ii Lift*. Mutt Obey

Drainage CanalAt Apropos of the announcement that TT.R.. or-J, V"iJlh.b.,1 I a'
,'' a meeting of thaw trustees of the J. N. Strobhar formerly agent to f I-" :N.-riii.tn: ptuu count f< r

:, Eternal improvement fund of the Atlantic Coast Line at Gaiutavi.uFla. ., I.: > 'ar.i, :was u.pt"tuh.1 l ,

,1a1of Florida held on the 22nd day ., who was recently found gut: I' Uuu inn rea.1"ti prtc1 ai. I ,

': November, 1907, it was resolved by a jury there of taking funds of the h.tr, ..: t'iUII i

road Floridians may be interested in ...., ...
,_it t rue secretary give public notice u I. .in JTIH jii 1 \
% the announcement that there in now .
111 'h.- .
I. ..::<_>ugh. the columns of three newspa- t iu Ih'it
pending before Linton C. Hopkins of of !da. .. .
# : published in this state that the pap- r+ thf (
Atlanta as auditor, a hearing which like M I ...
: :.-u" -s are now offering for sale a marllw( I' era ; >
.r: of the reclaimed land in the vi- involves the sum of $5000, which is KOUlg !It> Mr< a r f. ,

40'! i i :.1''!'y uf Fort Lauderdale, near where claimed by the Atlantic Coast Line aa iug and an'!' Io :. -
*. part of the money it alleges Stro- U limit .
: r y+ ::dredges are in operation.This a as i i thf -
!1 th bhar's counsel claims is a deposit
and being ad.it'ent -
land is very rich
: j Mrs. Strobhar of her own bor.Otbt'r
made by .
;. to the drainage canal will have 'r: t
-- ;; water transportation.Plats money. J. D. Kirkpatrick is appear- fix ILi the u.-wpapa'r>. Th'l i .

tOO ing for Mrs. Strobhar, and all the evidence are being read aboutI" ,
\ of the land can be seen at

I 1.u office of the clerk of the circuit courtat is now in. When prices have been f<.r.', !' .

Home: of Old I.Santa t Slays ii i i', Miami, at the office of Reed A. Strobhar was indicted in Atlanta, certain point la.j ttcoaii prob.: ,' \ ?
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The : the Journal of that city, for lar.ceny
I Bryan, agent, or J. W. Newman, engi- I says Then prodactloa..:. It U pt,+,aati '
neer in charge at Fort Lauderdale, and after trust on the complaint of I II i ble, and by no means tn.K i
_..., the Atlantic Coast Line. This road I If
Tallahassee. i judging by r*cent dey..lo\lllll'l' ri
|at the state land office at I \
Applications for purchase should be f charged that he appropriated checks i I the industrial and financial "ur' '! .r
and asks visit to our store and the road the Atlanta National I
a I sent to by
He extends an invitation to you made direct to the trustees, or through I I many a man now paiutakii.t:

an inspection of our line of Hon. B. E. McLin, commissioner of Bank.Strobhar I ting off five or ten miD!!"- .<

agriculture. after leaving Gainesville. end of his eight hour or a!: t '

Fla., where he is alleged to have taken little wall !
W. M. McINTOSH JR., [ working a ore" e !
the funds as the road's agent Ito:I work ten hour ''f -. onl '
Sec. Trus. I. I. Fund of Florida. : > *

BOd a GonGS Too following resolution was adopted : went to Canada. He was extraditedand !I chance. History a '.< i f* r. p I L f

mm ojgau by the trustees on November 21, : brought back to Atlanta wherehe self. Economic! :uivi it* as ." .

1907: was arraigned before Judge Roan, ble as those of era\ t',tton S''

: Resolved, By the trustees of the Internal in the superior court criminal divis burg Pa.) Time.
-.. .. ion. He made the claim that he never -
? improvement fund of the stateof I
cashed the checks for $2000 there A Dangerous Dramatic Roe'
Florida that a certain plat of lands I
and he was acquitted. "One of the most Ben!
I in township 50, south of range 41, east, I
5 .k ; II The Atlantic Coast Line tried' to matte roles TO fi'l: !>,r -'ri|) t i-
Fireworks small line of these goods in Dade county, Florida, drawn by
Toys and Q I John W. Newman, under date of November extradite Strobbar to Florida for trial a blind PTMIP." M: .. oM :t'

invited to look through ourV."j j : 20, 1907 and entitled "Map I! there, where they alleged he was is a terribUp.i!! < t.: rain
Part of short $20OoO with the road. Attorney an actor wh.i f r n..l r 11\011,
Holiday L1l.c. I jof Drained Land in Eastern
brfbuying their Flor- I Kirkpatrick fought the extradi- the same part ''hi ,, ar m-
Dade County,
< PMCCS | the Everglades in .
> ) official tion, and made the point that under Last week !1'- -. -.-" frori!
;, ida is hereby adopted as
the English treaty with America no pany: and took; .i I "big :, i
Discounts to Public Schools plat of the lands embraced therein. .
Spcci 1 prices and Resolver further. That the secretary man could be extradited from Canada play. He drhtr :, i. get ? '
instructed except on the original chargeinother play or go blind i 'I. i<'t. ''.
is hereby -
be and
of the trustees .
and Sunday School Committees, andChristmas to have said plat recorded in words, that Strobhar could not of a blind man th

Churches :i the office of the clerk of the circuit be taken back to Florida for an offense strain on the mu& i I' off r
Free I alleged to have been committedin came very near' dear yang ;
Candles court of Dade county. ,
Tree I Resolved further, that the lots of Atlanta. in earnest He might ba\ < '

.. plator Strobhar however voluntarily re ised I suppose, by Wearing g'a--- iI
y I' land described in the foregoing
turned. He gave bond here, but the some other stage deric. ,:. .

f!!' 5 and 1 10 Cent Counters Are Loaded Lots may touching be sold as the follows canal: right of grand jury failed to indict him. lIe blindness, but the .tap ".... .-

Our went then to Alabama, and the court would not allow that He '
twenty dollars per acre.
way at
impaneled a new jury and this indicted upon the actor assuming that : .
With Bargains Lots not touching the canal rightof
Strobhar. Strobhar voluntarily returned sightless stare of the blind The k .
at fifteen dollars per acre.
t way again, and this time he was stood it for months, but wbea oc.M.; .
BROWARD. tried as recited above. assured him that there was notaiag
OPEN NIGHTS fl. CLAY CRAWFORD While in Atlanta Strobhar occupied on earth so likely to produce n. .l

Secretary. luxurious quarters: in the Jail. With blindness as the simulated asUcHa*.

him was his wife, who now alleges i jhe thought it time to Qult"-SA'

CHRISTMAS TREE that the deposit she made with the ; York Sua.

ll'ank? P.' Galhnll i At Fishel's, loaded wwith all kinds Neal Bank was her own money andas i I I
\ The Hon. Jeff Browne faited to tBOcalaites
of Christmas Gifts. Santa Claus is left there to secure an official who i
conch U twrr4$,
how soup
i here: and will give a present free to went on her husband's bond. I
here. and General Gllcsriat w ag eqllr at

t rA Commercial Bank Building 7 everyone We want who you buys to come something and see our Has Tampa a "favorite son" up her sient! on "the best way to Mrf\1

display of Christmas Goods. Visit senatorial steve If so, speak out, or okra." Perhaps the Incident "fofe

for Toys and forever after hold your peace.-Apalachlcola not omitted Intentlon&I7.-AalaeM.
10 cent store
FLORIDA our 5 and
OCALA : : Fancy Goods. M. FISHSL. Times. cola times.

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V. t.. I, ". .. ... . .:." :. .:..:-:' ..::'-: thE :iacoire ani lie regard :: = i 2. .:' ; i.ca'7 : r.:.-: r.'i.; two .:-=,:. :::: ::': :"' ', ..cXiy :'-:- .:... equal them neither in quality !!1..)r red utationby bigPUCE i
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a fair shan of itis words: ? : : -
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MI s-'r; +r-**,,'. 4 ::...;..011 EJtkes &i I the New York -*w." if rerrJra:-= nci: .g suits: thwt Oiviinri &1:::;. tea .:-::: :c:: :hi-;-T =:r"hii: : .
: corrct, tb-r c.an vrii-j! :-XLor(; ::. :ai'ires'is : tl," frock:: .c-tr '. .: r :"-,. ---- \iV i
.. fo :
*" f r 'f/!: 2.3Ii'> V..t (1' *-:; :;; op coav:= ;:r yachtlnz su.ti wiytl :
. .__ $! 2 a y-ar. i ari '.;:ea' ,,<::!':':-:;;:<<::::; :... : :-. -, -
r. -:' t*;n? poor in rtshu ;i-i ::'J: lc /-: or 5:3
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'-0' :.'. ,0: ; :. ,,:'''" gIL'.J :" .5. + ;? :7:: .-;:at'C-ana: 'lozen or: morv S::: MAV "t.- y r.r ri.
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-*". ;:: : e ::tt.-iraz.e i i" which appears on every package Winchester
i- "j::.;...-:*;17 zodependt j!i Xo man can move in the "4v > -or ;: :i lee: toj: CuBa:. i tne" 'iozen su.'s : ..
." ... '1 i ': The busings :"'-'.r:. tray zet tir7"zi. :::,- "i:- :' goods. The big red W is to guns and ammunition
-t ...*' -' : ir<>EErtt have no1 4Swn budg -without a complete of silken underwear. : *
tWO :S'liLS: Of ,..-:.:.? t''Z--:: S"frocs what the word "Sterling" to silverware the world
.... ; (! '! -;. r.,5 up appear1 1 i wardrobe for all: ocr-a :On.s, if we are suits are of course, worn to a frazzle: -
.. '. : : the bus- ..a::' 3:: ,: -::'<,.::.z .. : : over. Therefore, for own
to believe a nat. : it' '::ci wbu lays whilth5;: man :;s transacting your protection ollwd.Ys"Look

agueA claim to as much knowledge about !: ill'or st-r'.ngth: : two dozen fancy : coai f' no' CCTI.T it*. .

.- Il':.--r' a year is these animals as Dr. Long boasts con I vests and the tea :op coals and the : consider thcfar:y -. -.'o 7t-y for the Big Red W" l

i" :. ;.dr' )'j'b <>r try.- In parts I I1ft" coming! four-! fgg'? _..
*r-','K ,r.'; ; **'.> r' t*... w..5t a I forrij-r! wardrobnnst :n<"!" !" a : "' 'r. thrir:: <- '.m?s when he must 'ery member: of tbe ";'. 7s.r"-= :.. =- :r.M"- -Oii'fIf"J"i ,
I I I II I god just ir :lc'r of -.s; ';"l-:5*. a: ; .i.;:' -
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jpropriate magnif --: *:olate th- ; OCALA
car.nof taste.The i

CLOTHING l DEPARTMENTOF roving eye of :-e ;s-age-am,:r I r ,

finds little! to dazzle: :t .-. %L>npIaing :- Asbestos Lined Steel Ranges .

the prices of tie sni.:..-. sacc'jrsgoif i .-
snits. Ti-y i.re: Jg it a.i :o3sil .. From $26.90 to $39You'd i
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THE / ) His i r.ng <-:}i:'-:'.: ar r also[ t !
snide affair.-: .- *'..-:, ',aly: |:.-.; ':a'-:;. 'I ..
$50 for them ___ .... '
but any E.ai; w.-.o notons eaJiu-.i.i-: i pay some .t'__ __ .: \:

Itically can =:n.t: > : I." a year in mof'.r I places. -

H B. Masters ,!: tOgS A couji: of :_ ,_-.:red $! h> a."ri.1, j 'i
CompanyWE .
i kerchiefs w. : 'i' ar.'i is ".' SS .
: i it a :Hiuf.u': : j .. ;- -- k kr !
; matter to b.y: T..r. -;';'. * .

;I iy :iaionned "a !:-',r:1.-: : *;:': L1a r. JI'I; Make 'i eIf Christmas A"I ,
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mar, a costino .- -* ;.J'I! of :
h t : E A COMPLETE LINE Of SUITS FOR MENThe vats ;Js i no k>- r..a"-r :; !h -jr.-dred:ra of !I j Present Vz the Difference. I III '.' .:

ib!se at fro'iJ: ? "J ?' '-a'hf; ;!-:';!. j

-i wih di-cr..:. :... <,;. ;, -'?s :1 ,',-...lj'...- I 'l Tn flood Line of Japnce

T.hroiii.'b ibf ; '-a"i I \ :. \ t
Fecljtjeimsr & Fishel "EFFEFFu ,'J. :. !?: ndd
ar fc" i- ChInn
) e-ui." : r. ";- :.',ay ''''-<-;tr''s.'i t.t ;:'11 t81/If;# Mottir'3 ) 1

Make-Latest and -; t..,af.0r.- -.; ?_. ','I a iair.1' H1 I 5 ": .I...-;.; "." i& 4 I .

Styles "' j-t )Ld'. !ifl" is: f-'i'-; rewards!! I '; +; ,i / Chiffoniers from $5.48 up b- 'op-'

An.r: V ha.s< or hai: r I'. I '
J Fashions. Also big assortment : ; I.:"/"<- : r/ toi "" feC t
i !:.n.rriin 1 his:: po-. <,r:. nil $.:111Ii' better
yarrir ones are nll'u dfld fiH,; ''Ifoof. I-;
,; in Suits for boys and young : -!- 'vc bufv:. is: -a-onai/c IkmThe
v. '" ;;.. 5.j"'s n .
a will
y.r sto k him
I 1/4 i odd Pants for and J1/ v.rh i '
menr men i !in'ientablecarf pin.- ('p On A

( I boys also Knickerbockers. 'hi-': !.i. ; -ri depends the success; of hi.i I., Nice Large, Easy Arm Rocker ;A

; who} !i1 ouifir. What is $: IfJO worth of "

r have Overcoats and Cravanette ; st-arfpni.s; a peck of sleeve buttons, ,r For only $2.25 i

Sf'-Hii! hats and a dozen walking 1

Coats for men and boys. : :f, j I be sticks"not without too conspicuous linen? His or shirts too Insip.'id rauat Others suitable for HoliJd Presents up to $!i U of'r

Hats and Caps-the John B. I I ." An insipid shirt may Jeopardize

I. IJLie 1 the position of a society man more SMITH & ROBERTS !

k 1'S Stetson Derbys and many different than the violation of the three most : .

shapes in Hats. : j i i have important pink,commandments.tan lavender or lie green may Ocala Florida ( t l

i shirts galore but not insipid shirts.At .
: {S the task of
estimating the cost of
; the shirts the investigator throws!

:. "passes his hands.without"Hardly the society a day"man he s buy-hog 'Sold by KNIGHT 8 LANG Ocala! Fla" :

R t, nig some shirts:' You seo these
;'\.. .,. on nearly every wagon that drives by your
:; Because the man who moves in the door, and the same could be said of CarrIages
Buggies and HaM.,..
j 400" must be a bird of such ex penThere must be a reason for this-and there .
i -a
JJ good one: WKcn
.. sive plumage, it is said, many men of began doing business with the people of this vicinity we decided M
FORM TWO !' substantial means art cold broke 3C5i handle only a line of goods that would
ti' need
M..MII 1.... t FORM, FCRTY-SIX. ., i days in the year and suffer "splendid is apparent already. We reasoned that no apology. The reult
TlU-IUIuii we could ford
!AulUUlIT.LCO.I not to handle
..... ....." '-.t w-* TN .ff.lt1df.i-: i bHLLCO, poverty." They are as helpless to the Shears, Sawbuck & Co.'s, or mail order .
.. house of
,1.-' quality fotf,
.. pluck off a mauve vest and as we must
I ; buy $125 do business with
,J8f"+, JiJIHtr5 J f?iftt pr' i'!G E-S 9 3 worth of something really worthwhile thousand miles distant. .Our lines our neighbors have been and carefully not with selected cutm rs Our a ,.\ ):At

as was tantalus to grab the ...
grapes, or persimmons, or pawpaws WrjITE l HICKORY{ .
Shirts for men and boys. : or whatever it was that his soul I I FARM Aim TURPENTINE 1

Trunks, Suit Cases and Bags You should see our line whilewe yearned for. All of this is very pathetic 1 WAGONS\ '
Bath Robes Sweaters Suspen- indeed. The worst of it is that !
are built and sold
.l_ have a complete stock to the sortt of a man who is willing to i on honor. We carry a full (line ofEYERYTIilKO
Underwear Collars Cuffs
%. spend his entire income in keeping up I

Nfcktics, Hosiery, Handker- make selections from. a social position is like the turkey SH VEHICLES AND ACCESSCF.1ES;

gobbler of the wilderness who is a We have
clilclf. etc. apeIy HARNESS for the Florida
beautiful and imposing bird when he driver. See us for anything In our line mule as well as for th l.\ 1000

struts, but who i3 so high-headed that strive to please and we assure y'u that w. will _

Yours for Business and Good Values. when he gets into a turkey trap hot you and "make good Your very truly

the only means of exit Is at the
tom, he starves to death, It unrelieved & LANG.

H. because he tasn't brains
ler.J enough ournaJ.to get out-Louisville Cour --- -S:! '

Ocala Florida Banner Job "
Banner a& pay .. ,' floras for fine Prnting



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DO VlUR( SHOPPING EARLY *. Adding/ New Accounts .J II

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-- - i We are constantly adding new accounts ;

Holiday Buyers Will Get Better Bargains and Do Clerks a Favor by Buying Before the Rush Starts i

I.I I. i and our business is increasing at
D*.- t Wail Until the Last Moment .

do our Buying to I the ruakin/j an effort this year to follow are lightly reducing to illness: and exhaustion I ly Christmas shopping: : a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also

.\> ia.. MlNaU Cleveland plan on a national ba the young and strong and "Never before in any: month of November :

'Oow around year sis. faithful who serve us, seen and un has so large a number of merchants -: might be glad to join & -l
,\ an r >* r ik-rv \t. a growing realiza- us.COMMERCIAL. .
I A letter: urging early Christmas seen. notified their customers that i i
'!'f l 1"" )bat for ChrUiuuu happiness in
shopping i i9 going out over the signs "Every year the celebration of the Christmas goods are at hand f
on.tuaat hoc iii the Christmas
tures of leading department store men Christmas grows more laborate; more ready for inspecton and purchase. Never -!

har hn.ttaag
i I. quite BARK
Rrnerai'y -
clubs across the whole! coun greater; the decorataions are more mailed to their members appeals to I
Mi' MaW the Uu week often
until try to the 1.307 department stores splendid. The problems of the merchants shop early in the season early in the ,
.h .IMI .,. before Christmas I
listed In Sheldon's! Retail Trade, and are correspondingly more complex week and early in the day. In some OCALA
\\ hll thU *.... to the clerks behind ,
to the 7oO: newspapers in the-257 cities ; the supply has to be increased; cities postal cards in the street cars
HI.- ?nintora. to the .
cash boys and where those department stores are the pressure at every point intensi and show windows bear the legend. .....9............ .....*. +......4.....4......4.....
Kiru rvMlBg back and
forth withb.rtr
urging early shopping early in the fies. On the one hand public opinion ....
a,,.' .-k. to the drivers and boys Conditions Are Relieved II -
and early in the day. The disapproves long hours and late
..i. ih ", "v..ry cart. to tbs packers "It is an astonishing number of people
., women's club officers are asked to. work, particularly for young women I -

I Hid *tupM.,.. exprtMM mwtengers. and bring the matter strongly to the attention girls and children. On the other hand, who profit by this vast concerted I John M. 'draham 11U_ iraham;

I" '"'".i ih-- t? the great army of wo- of all their members the. merely through thoughtlessness effort to abolish the Christmas cruel! I

t?.- 1, 4ii.l girl who manufacture the The themselves find
newspapers are asked to give the many shoppers defer their purchasesuntil

<(< tiii'iuaii, i toys and .caudle and knickMi campaign the widest possible publicity the last possible moment at the now in the stores good air and good

.. h IB factory and shop, is lit.I will awaiting them, which (sinister
and the department stores are cost of unnecessary strain upon sales Marion County Abstract Company. :

I It rt.aUIf'tII by those who gather asked to publish the following card : people and deliverey forces. thought) will grow less every day as .

.t"uml| the. glittering Christmas trees. in all their advertisements I Christmas approaches. The clerksare :
from now Disadvantages Reduced
t > ..r ..*.*..ral years the Merchants'.MMtatakMi until December 25 I still unwearied by the jostling /ire
"By joint effort of editors and merchants -
*. ( \. of Cleveland has con. crowds and can extend courtesy

tn 1..1! a MtmuiBfiil. \ campaign for 1 the idea can be brought hometo which will grow day by day more difficult on City Property. ?* Farris!) cry Porrrj) Lands for Sole

|ni.htu( bark bnilay, Chopping into I, millions of customers that they if not more scant. These, how- I Irjvestmants}

N ,kiinl**' ".,j i > ..tiU December. Post- TO ALL CHRISTMAS can benefit themselves" and everyone ever, are merely the visible part of NO. MAGNOLIA ST. OCALA, FLORIDA

in : ,.urn and on bill- I SHOPPERS: concerned if they will do their Christmas the army of workers concerned. Unseen i_ .

,..tr.I'b) .. wiliest newspaper shopping early in the season and and alas! unremembered are the

I.i iiilicii) t"'I.- ai'compHiihed much. 'I. Buy your presents early-right early in the day. This will lengthenthe shipping and packing forces, the deliverymen ----- --------- -- -

1 h, I....'.... Is r*>ai!> on both sides now-early in the day, and Christmas shopping period and re- and boys and remotest of NOTICE I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

tits ''b> Christmas shopper baa better i. early In December. That will duce the disadvantages which, in other -! all from the gay holiday throngs of ,

,', i I".n .tatty and wider selection in be your biggest gift of the hol seasons have attended the Christ- mid-December are the candy makers. In Circuit Court Fifths. Judicial Circuit Department of the Interior
Land Office at Gainesville!; Fla.!
.am hiifHiia, while the difference idays to the workers behind mas crowds. Sincerely yours, toy makers, box makers, and innum Marion County, Florida.-In I. November 23 19t>':.

<. "I' Irk i Is nhMt marked when it the counters and on the deliv- Jacob A. Riis. Mark Twain, Richard : erable workshop and factory employes Chaicery. I Notice is hereby given that WilU!r! e

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". tnfSwi*! in th- rush to supply Edward Bok. editor the Ladies' Home the belated orders and careless delaysof Silver Springs and Western Railroad year tice of proof his intention in support to make of his tju.i I !.i.m t'tr t

hrUtnta rbeer are women and Journal; Leigh Reilly editor the Chi- the shopping multitude. Company, a Corporation Un viz: Homestead entry No : : .".. }

> .i"-II .to for itoorly paid positions. cago Evening Post; Lyman Abbott, "Since the last holiday season the der the Laws of the State of Florida made December 30, 1901.) for '!... ,

.*.., $* ./Blng Urged I! Letter Sent Out editor The Outlook; Adolph S. Ochs, need for voluntary effort to discourage l northeast quarter of southeast .ju.ir' \

,,. charities j[ This is the letter sent out: New' York Times; S. W. Woodward, eleventh hour shopping has great Whereas, it has been made to appear -; ter section 33, township H. -.n.. ".. :>
< MWrM of the pub-
4 j r' | I .. range :21, east and that -.lid proot.. wi .
< a'tt' t"1 Ii: ,r tff't'. beaded by Robert !i "Will you join in a movement on a of Woodward & Lanthrop, Washington ly increased. From Missouri a lead- to the judge' of the above styled be made before Clerk < ',cuit: four' I'

\\ Its. "r v-w York and rom.i" national scale to modify the hard- D. C.; Nathan Straus of R. H. ing merchant writes: "We gave pub- court, in a certain cause therein Ocala, Fla., on Jan ;.trt: 11. '...* i

: r ,-,ng ? II known social work- ships incident to holiday sho pping? Macy & Co., New York; Edward Fi- licity to this idea in our regular ad- pending wherein John D. Robertson is He names the fotl".ag: "'rn---, -

I Observations migbt show many of us lene', of William Filene's Sons Company vertisements and we feel that we have I complainant and Silver Springs and to prove his conti ." is n > : '."
'I> KIMdains. Mrs.
Ilayii -
4* upon, and cultivatioL f, the :..11'
M' .ml,\ irahani Taylor of that Christmas is a time of hardshipfor Boston ; Florence Kelly, secretary been successful in getting the peopleof Western Railroad Company, a corpof- via:; .

I ''tt at! r.VI1- those who have to do with sup- National Consumers' League: Kansas City to begin buying earlier ation under the laws of the state of j Jacob Anderson of fi K idn h I

vii, it-' William E. Hari plying the needs of Christmas shop- I Edward T. Devine editor. I in the season, as our holiday trade Florida is defendant that the officers | Alexander Anderson >i l Iv a' {

Authentic records from the I :Mrs. Florence Kelly, secretary of opened up earlier in December." : of said defendant corporation are Fla.Charles
,t, I I \ K I iFrank Tucker, pers. Anderson "- ..nlln'\ i

t !*ari, ii v "t.and John 1i.I lives of cl-rks. delivery boys and i the National Consumers' League. I Let Ocala people fall in fine and unknown, and it further appearingthat W. W. Clyatt of (kana. Fla

., F. Esterk drhers of"a on,; show that while 1 which has a membership of women in promote this movement. Our merchants the said above mentioned suit HENRY S. CHI l H '
>, in, York Arthur ,
I.' Itihti F 't..lr* UHHTI| Tnati \\t' ar- Keeping the Christina festival every city in the country pledsed to I already have their holiday i is: a suit in equity for a removal of a 126. R. _'

work for the safeguarding of women goods on display. Do cloud from title.It .
i > ti. .,.*.:|.h !I.*... of Iiostc>n, and S. while we are feeding the lame I I' your shopping NOTICE OF SALE Or REAL ES
stdwitn t tit Washington, are and halt. the blind and friendless, wet and children in industry says: of ear- early. is therefore ordered, adjudgedand TATE
-- --- decreed that the said defendant,
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Trouble Ahead A Florida Man's Good Fortune I Mercy for the ShopGirlThe Silver Springs and Western Railroad State of Florida, Mar '1 r.-,

"OLD FASHIONED LYE FIOfUNY"tt'tb Company a corporation under the Pursuant to pow. nferr-! "
Ileigho. Fifty-six thousand dollars! Quitea I movement for early Christmas
laws of the state of Florida be and It me Thomas K. Ell!"' n an'! 't

if\\ i ( Hie pound "f sal- We let. sum to inherit, and it means considerable : shopping, as urged by a number of to before tue of two certain ..i! ::8. on-" : i E:
is hereby required appear
Th summer flit prominent Louisville women is founded Mclver Gregg JK: i. wife s .. M
,t u thing twidak to a, comfort in life. That is the I on principles both humane and I the judge of the circuit court of the Gregg. dated Jim. Isle: .,n t -,-

.. e t, '' alt full "t! water; one Without amount a Tampa man has fallen heir'I wise. The wisdom of it-the oppor- fiftk judicial circuit of Florida Marion corded in om,..- A care ..
Court for Marion In' .
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1t'fl! ''V u''rimay! to this week. George Restall. who I tunity it gives the shopper to select county, onMond.1Y ".1.
i ",4t In all of it. A. aforesaid. in IWj, H ,.> ttj.; pa,' -j:
the 6th Day of January,
I 'III 'I.i t "l.i ami boil We spent resides at Floribraska avenue and' his articles leisurely and to have a 785. and} the u' I h. r '. i>u.: i H 1 \I|.

I greater abundance and variety of D. 1SC3, Master md hn \\ ::1., u PI. M i
t 1 .kk' ou' tti'l i ".t.b well Our dough North Jefferson street, and who isj i
from which at the court house of the said county ter. d.t. .1 April! :*'h!i iI .1 '. r*." !din.
v i K t'.,--thh! if not, For summer drinks employed! as an office man by the Gulf to selcet-is not to answer and defend the bill of complaint D.....! H.I.'k P4 1',1":' n Sal ,9! ,.

.IIt'rs to r.'" And- mixtures so much the reason for the movement wi.l! .** for -.I"'i" Fr11 ,
rt.r I Refining Company, has received notice It is !T ie : .11I
j in above styled cause.
as the humanity of it. : "' .! ", i1 I ,
day 1 .tnnarv I ii
.. t ,tI'. ,tut three That of h.e death of his grandfatherin this order be
our.\\ i i.trc further ;
with winks. It is the humane consideration of I Hou th'a i! .:a t it r -' i I.
M. b I' wart' ".II-IIIt: England. and as soon as the nec- published once each week for two consecutive salts .11 the v O.a i
th !'t k" feelingt I We skipped! the shop-girls that makes! early buying .'
ritlin I"- essary steps have been taken will months in some newspaper Unseen a ni. '" I n a1: r "

C.'I' .. [10-01 c !kk.-s a good Through every have this amount in addition to the principally worth while.! The 1 published in Marion county. Florida I thant i'he .;art' '" i. .,
I I Christmas season in its feast bunion" Iv iirv,, T' -
hour ; at p i r I >n !
.,usatlN Sunny mont." he receives regularly from the immediately preceding said 6th day o' .
.. 'I II some form-is bar denough on the girl |IIh.- f') : wins rSoil'1. .i at" ip.r ,
tub .' S.U i I f" .lImckllt II I Like butt'-rflies JU. company of which he is an employee. January A. D. 1908. ': ; tit of ?. I 4141u t I'
in the stores. Their lot can be male'!
4, qif *f.* r.1 KjlUm oft'tp1ytet i i From flo\v.-r Through the death of still another At Chambers, Ocala Florida, Octo : Hi'in'it' .i-' iiii"'. '.. .. cIlt'r

"11 i ii ,', -jHHinf'iU' To flower: '>thlnlh)1 I relative Mr. Restall!! \vil secure $3ri; : l), i all the more exhausting if the public ;', her 14, 1907. W. S. BULLOCK. j Ifdutll".I -' an 1

waits until the last moment and tin! 'n i'.l- i i ter "f ii.S. It t
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Ulllll 'ht q 1'
,.1! i i inheritance to I
..IlI'" III I makiui:; his: total up 10-lS-2mw Judge. .
in desperation overwhelms them It ;: '' Ml I, 'S., To'A Mi, "
w'nch will It I Uv cream sodas, I almost 57,0"D.;); .
b; ;i' this t.me an even i :. ,I'.1)\; .1 err I I II

'." t "I! ,II l i .Uhl .& h.llf I I II I Gaul: and! bad! I Mr. Restall is a yoanj; wan. of unassuming is the tyranny of that lat! mad impatient NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION I ( : ,. rai i ,' .It.-. .

angtlsVho I rush that tortures their flesh 1 ------ .', ', I '
-. ,1 i f all n'u'tu : For manners, very popular : IU i I ns11
I Iall. and spirit.. The same volume of buy Department of the (Int-r'oLam' i .
'I : \ a: 1.1'a!
bull I'll! \ ) '
!\ his associates and a ;several!: i
>ug Gain-.;vFla.:: .. .
v cad! ing JHtribuU-u i over four weeks iustoa.l .. Office at : ; :ui : \ar.f-'! .f -
J", \ ?I .fa 1'.1' r s.'tt'lal \\Vi- sltrtah.t: I' favorite with all who know him He : November :?, 1'117.Xti't' ( : ;' ,t:,, n\; i' n4rrtr

,. ., w ) "d'r, ; add.n! i \itll let takes his n,>w (o'"!II fortune. uhilo-i of compressed into four days i'reby: given rbi lluf'i:' T ;,., \ t',,; t h1c ,.

( .a I Our I solid sophically. anJ will!! continue bit regular I, could be rendered bearable and even F. White of S;parr Fla.. h:'-$ ti'; .> i notice I... ::1'. ,,, .

4 pleasant. It would he to reduce a.1 of his im-ntum' to mak"' tit i' five- ,
'iit flow ; : 'nlIi' I
.....1sht'I I Money Yt't' .
\\ He has not ,
\\1 Ii; sip employment. of !ai'l". .
; i whirlwind to a zephyr. yEar prucf :inprort;; > i "A :. It ,I( ort
I. t k-.nil -' -' ....t!. Rrt ii | WhicheverWay determined upon the uses to whichhe viz: Home-toa'" entry X,). "I."t-. a .., y < ,. .,'' .

.. ''Ow .I' .1.! -tt, t and. put\ will put it. Excepting a wife, he i Think of the shop-girl. Help tc made DeCtmi' r 24. W t11>1. for i1-1 ea-g; '. 11l|, t to K: \' tK". t

'.. tt'ih ,1\| .; .1--' ,'f water 'ft;.' wind tuiiUt Mow.! ;' has no family.-Tampa News.A I ease her burdens by buying early! .. half of northeast quarter wn 1 Iw ; C'"r: 'nlIt' .....
fc.ilf fact Right now is a good time to begin: I township 13. south range) __, east J .; I Pt 'J" I : rr' .
?1.it ",iii.-r and that said proof w1! h.> t'e" r.
I fir j I
Christmas ; tl
making purchases.-.1
l'IllI'nt .,f We said: Dangerous Deadlockthat ( .
h ,': ,' : fore Clerk Circuit Court .ir. Ocala ,I 0"11" r'.
.|h ,urmu..-! n I Tio ht>nct'o: 11<>11('''." sometimes terminates faatally is Courier-Journal. Fla., on December 11 .19-7'; 'I'tj ', \ F!
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and bowel func- .
the stoppoge of liver He names the following "',?:?.- ,
.. t anything
and To
41' V. 1X1. r' I To quickly end this condition .
tions. Why One Editor Feels ThankfulThe to prove his continuous residence u;<
.,.l:, i ,, '* the '.'' It. when empHI Like i without disagreeable sensations Dr. News is thankful for severs'l on. and cultivation of. the land! vi/: !, -- -

i-1 '" remote Common sense. i King's New Life Pills! should always James Harvey of Sparr. Fla. "NOT CE
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things. We are glad we are not on,'I
..utth0ketrlt.. And now I be your remedy. Guaranteed absolutely I Ed Vaughn: of Sparr. Fla. I
',,'h..tt- Ida' We're quite i satisfactory in every case or your of the candidates before the state pri- Abraham Howell of Sparr Fla. In the Cirr : r. ,

I I I' tk rtts !t.fnt"' 'I. and Into tht'iI money hack at Tydings & Co's. drugstore mary. My! How it must cost. Tray Joseph Smith of Sparr Fla. .
wits -I cal; ('ir'Marlyn ./
IiCltlk'lIf ,h+'Iled torn. Decide our : :25c. x HENRY S. CHUBB.
: It Twt II ling is expensive. Hotel bills comEso i '' .
(; 1'111 1 I..tIon for To ftaTht' I 11-8., Register. t'- it)'
.I.h' ,
1 tL IK Ih. regularly! when you are off fron ..
It boilsrurii coal man It Was All RightEvery I Alma n" qt'r': la r t..
.. i?,ut d'-in-' -: N''r l- home. It almost breaks an editor t( Administrator's Notice of Final Dis "
"" j af'onally. to As paper in the state has spoken Charles D- \\ niufor !
m I" % If. I' ., ..... take a atrip to Ocala and return. Then J charge. .
I Cents'r1.i; :tIt "
clip' easily lie UIl::>. of the "coming out" convention in
I \ 111 t. > i';:!* wilt. take from the Nashville American.: I Ocala as a success, except in point of the churches the schools, the widows ;I Notice is hereby given that on the ii order-! 't i If' '...

It..1 is. v ,1.1 and the orphans that need help. Florida i 19th day of August A. D., 1308, the herein named 'o J, ur: .
andruht There is one thing sure,
washing attendance i
it., f i'i.n' uEh : Badly Mixed Up comfortable is a big state and has !lots of undersigned Administrator! of the estate be and !le' ij i h<.' quir '
hulls is
from N. that riier no more
.' fh rn Abraham Brown of Winterton, tbem. Then worse than all other tax i ii T. deceased,
of Henry pocner .
the bill la.; 4
: than at Ocala. pear to 01 ?
.. thent dispensed
experience.He hospitality
tla4 -itk. ()\ 'r : Y.. had a very is i the grafter. In his own opinion he i will present to the Hon. Joseph Bell. .
mixed up two I cause on or bffol1 B'la-
k.'ttlr aDd boil for says"Doctors: got badly I Ae a stranger in taw stale about !
1 INtltvn .11 said heart disease: two and he only can save the day-in his County Judge of Marion county, Florida day of January. 190--
changing the wa- over me: one years red It seemed: mighty good to I I
. I more! called it kidney trouble: the fourth of their fellowshipfttich came neck of the woods. He can manaage :.i my final account a3 administrator : It Is further ord r. that a ,. ,

I_ h t 'Iusep blood poison, and the fifth stomachand i accept to bleed all! of the boys at the same of said estate. .
: with : this order be pqMiBh on'a 110. >
and :
bulls Instead but none of them from an unstinted hand, a ,
fie r ors from! liver trouble: he does like his
time. How to get 5. 1907
Florida September .
I Stanton for four cativei 'ftt'k. "
advised tryingFlectric cockKv : conx
cburnMkl me. so my wife ; gracioufine1 which warmed Cw ; '
. d rtwi. hot N ut the binds try helped which are restoring hand into that doughba"! We have no HENRY G. SPOONER .
churn. Bitters, u' one's beurtIndependent i! Ocala Banner a newspaper ;" :

.Hi an old faabiollfld dabr me to perfect health. One bottle did I The suit* ag'ta, avd is roll or bag cr jug. And hence we are As administrator of the estate cf in said county and ......

|V w'.rk will h. wH 400' me more good than all the five doctors only thankful that we are only a private Henry T. Spooner, deceased. 9-6-6a -
it' This 27th day of Novaaber
contentions but
.4 of the above for the Guaranteed to cureblood c.g'1.n coming-out ;
to ,. prescribed. News.
., _< irtany and alII. in this big army.-Arcadia S. T. Ems! NK 1:
milk weakness ettns that the aifcir a: Oc&U wasmanaged 1---.
or roison
!., )'A i bbl. n*r *itb... witb cream sea stomach, liver and kidney complaints, i so as to make every fellow : Wonderful Jewels Clerk Circuit Court MaHoa C !a.

7' a.d Mwar or fr> la dripptu or Tydings & Co. druggists. 50c. x I Beware of Frequent ColdsA \ The wife of the Grar' D'lke Michael By R. D. Paler D '
4 awakening with by think he wae elected and drawtes a' succession of colds or a protracted
*oa _Uh. vr after of Russia Is sai."r
I t" It'r.** .. it Tru \. Closing Out Sale I state salary, and that be didn't have cold is almost cei a .. 1. ,-- v- S BECK.
nr1I1 ... beautiful and >
i chronic catarrh from which fit: TCoPt ,a'oaliant'! Solicitor 114ft.
I to play a good fellow to those who
im- )
J I stock is offered in all Ear T-
Our entire sons ever wholly recover. Give pl r.-1 :lged women .
t held out their hands-end on top of i i-- -
:. Itl .1, sale at very low prices, in order i cry cold the attention it deserves and I collection cf jewels includes gems invaluable iI I iI NONRE5lfCNTSAll
I.s.h llahet. ..&a its uifcJiate: that the grafters were not present.We i you may avoid this disagreeable dis- historic Tell an I NOTICE TO
I..* uM..... feras. tie ranges to close out our business at once. would suggest that the '?oing- ease. How can you cure a cold Why I > from a I -
a I of
std .,raf* natural hwnatlmtsis lounJ Clty have a fine line of Holiday Goods, back" convention tbeld in Ocala not try Chamberlain's: Cough Remedy artistic standpoint, and like many I persons not reeideau of f11R
to.Hhhlr vrwdrrlaad \t We It is highly recommended. Mrs. M. I the graades; dames of royalty she affects I IMf
da ut Mrs I: 0 Clapp a will you to make your purchases I also next spring. I "Several and county Florida will tAM aoaee
tb.J.nur and it pay White of Butler. Tenn.. says pearls. She baa necklaces
lately 4'
. -.tkt ea.. of beahug bas death I now. Terms of sale, cash. We will furnish a carload of sponges I years ago I was bothered with my I I strings of them. Her coronets diadems ti>d law against hung by arc"

**r n4 Mrr sum stWmei' nf "Ex ll-20tf OCALA MUSIC CO. from up the b-pninsua to mop t throat and- lungs. Someone told me fortunes In dents will be strictly eafotead.plleation At-
iJ tk and tftfoat trouble. I and crowns are fc .,*t ttt
I lung f"'urrtooi ev' up the tf'AI"8.t. Petersburg Independent of Ctair rlain's Cough Remedy. for permit stay *
btsvtly uutbtaf; spells \Irs. 'ltpp: T. J. Nixon and daughter havereturned I. began using it and it relieved me at themselves, and she his: rubies of S. T. Sistrunk. clerk of t. tftNt

W" ultv.. tulnids'. rtt.- Mrs- I once. Now ny throat and lungs are such size and color as no other woman -
,; .. lr King'ji in Gainesville. In Ocala F!&.
..: .... I III.,..D chl.it to tbeir home sound and well." For sale by all court.
N lbw. 1 the great medicine. ., came to Ocala in response to a Mr. W. H. Harrison of Citra spent druggists.Mr. :x in the world posse!>sts. 11-8-5L C. J McCH4NWf.Warden. .
rur.H They duchess is of the
I4at M'_I au life *ia coHit'leumrau.r ) andf announcing the serious illness Sunday in Ocala having come to attend Too beauty of the Game Marten ("I).. fit,
WIll" tilt ('Ou h.l telegram is at lose brunette type and she is of queenly ...
trtM by T> of Mrs. Nixon's sister, :Mrs. Bull the Odd Fellows' Thanksgiving J. Sylvester

etltls. tfeutt aaJ I MTrUl 1\1<'.: and $1. with her when she died. service at the :Methodist church. from St. Petersburg. statute and bearing. Read Red SaunJ
Hen b Co Jr* His and wore
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THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE l I Ctrttrft Gowt ta feedwsT .
a ii-wiatoc tent s f *Q lir *n ,

I .6 TtwsdJkr nw Ja.;. After .
1 aSu preild'MIt i tnl".laje was evntto seta .u Tsa .
nOM tt: it hundred withdrawal. tM print fury and taatnpft&a .
the ry/1irIb.s of (.hr. tnitad! $Ataa seslestlig .
lanai T.-br. and ,u flltft a a man"l'1.v anus will prove interesting rstt4la:. \ &lli: tt tt. same Jab )Sal- ..

rrM d..mf.11 It )I. ri*>) 'fItJIln0'13. lock card tb.ea caout iapre4iTly .
... Mr. D. C. Catltr; of DnoaiUa 1'fU < what it r* toj ,
,.. t1e. boar man t4. r" i<}. and w do I &a to wiat to 4 a u
i; at ssppr' Hi'**' "iil l be. Iran man I. ': a familiar. p:'ar. on oir strew 1M- i Jin lit dichrse atbilitte tt. I iscal re+,peasi' :. 1EI1TMAt t

'. bra .t.\M in th, UnitM Statetl Urlir.Mist n-U2, neon tnwn. .

; dal ....1U piDruii'i it tram "k l v e'r to klrS.iiOO 'I IH. Lonii Hoop-r of Nw York is \I The nam* of thole eon.titutitug i ..

." I. eibtsta Z trusts W i!: Mrs.J. | the grtai jury are ln Ocala the gust of her sir ,
fur B. F. Quarterman W. P. Rr-a Ii
bg't rand and do cot "ip rt to R. Yoorhw.d.r. j
.p .itupj** ntuun that wo have not ':.! !

I tin$ *' to hive to it, and cannotpmt Hat Barnett of Early Bird is in I i

i >I' for Ui" r"a.MJ that we ha..: Ocala are:! is visiting his daughter, :Long, M H. Morrison. W. T.i .. : ."

pit fb. 'paf- t>, l'-v<>tf to i'. kits Thomas Sexton. i son, S. J. McCully. L. T. Hick.or. W'.. 1 ;

Tl.tftiil'iwtuf l in a summary ol the j Ham Hall. W. W. Stripling J. E T .: ;

.....>iUo(' '; Mr. M. Rubin of Dunnellon arrived j nipseed, J. B. CaldwelL SWF'< !

HI.' 'II u i> ',?.udr ttUhftr a national inmrf in the city last night having business. I way William M. Gist foreman i 1 I

..,i.i' >i ad i.r a law licensing before the grand jury. i The names of t..r- ;! '' .r> f. : .
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nuif' 4 n,*'fc ut'iii c'f.rtUII conditions. : Mr. Walter Ellison: one of the prominent I!!I E. W. K'nyb.il. U; .\ pi.., : :

.. Anthony truckers was a visitor' ,. ,. :
I hw; kll"JI.j" to put a stop to M. II'J' : :: i ,
$II! I'h","'-- fIt..aI.inat-<. to Ocala Wednesday.Mrs. I phr'E. :-. :li ..-... Brua:. ;. [Hi.' .

H>? rruan ati'i tru.-t law should b<: I irj.: '.' H. \\-. TDrmin .-.. '... .*. > .. ..
T. E. Bridges will entertain on .
i -.1. muff efficient and more in har- : .J')< '-' \\-h.k. To:: .r.[ r- I} 1
ajty with actual ronditious.Ait ;! Friday afternoon the ladies of the HR: T..1-: ranJ V.'. ? I I .:stTt : : '
Foreign Missionary Society. I ,, . .. .
rm'->i pure food act. '.-.. ,f the "t.'f" I- :

t.I'P"' tied of greater elasticity in 1 i! Mr. Knox Cleveland has returned roIup,I this [Yeti: wits -::-- ':-.1 o': : .+ .:

.iVMtcy I cases so as to leT *:.>j -'.." a"': -.. +
Ocala after a visit of several weeks i .
"'jr* prinripltt of present tariff law ;, to his home in St. Petersburg. give his time to Uv srijury: ..::: -- -- .... .
+MM nut with wisdom be changed, this way it Is found, that the busin "- -- -- "" 1 '

IN* ftteit* crowing demand for revis- I Since leaving Ocala Mr. Allen Rodg- of the court ia very greatly expe-L k

fcMl of vela* legislation. However I era haj blossomed into a poet, and ed. vr line of Holiday Goods is now on dis' s

fc. VM.a acalaat consideration in Mr. Ion Farris into a statesman.Mr. The criminal docket will perhaps ,

,atlt l>n OfJ4tq ppreaidentlal election be reached early nest: week.
Md .ays beat time IB the year after and Mrs. Herman Benjamin : play We solicit a visit from the most :

*",- leavo tonight for Atlanta where the y W. C. T. U. MeetingA ""

$ ._m..dl that tariff duty on will spend a fortnight with relatives. well attended and proiltable rr.a''"' ;, i feel of satisfying and
'vit* pvip IM rqwafel.Ffcwara !rag of the W. C. T. U. wu held yes- skeptical, as we sure any i

income tax and Mr. John Knight, who works la terday afternoon in connection w.th! .
a* talM-rttMee tax. Tampa with the Blount Real Estate the week of prayer meeting at the i all in search of suitable presents for everybody :

favor* wn'k>yra' liability act. Company, is in Ocala on a visit to his I Methodist: church. Interesting papers ,

..MMMBda xteaakm of elghtIMW parents- were read and a "conference of work t
4flanttMHiimia. ers" resulted in many valuable SLZ-*. i ii : i
compulsory lavestigattn Miss English of New ork City has i practical suggestions. 4444$444 i 4 0 444444444444444 4-
arrived In Ocala to accept a positionas to':1 ;
of Industrial dispute. Mrs. Futch from Gainesville; : I
stenographer and assistant bookkeeper 4
Heartily approve Inland water- how her town was carr.ed "dry'in a. 4 4
the H. B. Masters Com ;
.. ........t. most interesting anti l-ghtful,, nan
fa. postal aaving bank system pany. I nero She said she knew whereof she 4 4 4 In our line you'll find DOLLS from k to 448. (!

iNtl MtMuioa of parcel post espe- Mr. Walter Harriss and Mr. Tim spoke, and that msead 'of mj;rrzGainesville ; ;
< ; : ; it had adie '..J- proper:.'' 4 i \I
rural routes.
illy nm Tomlinson spent Tuesday at Orange : 4 IRON TOYS from Ic to $1.48. MECHANICAL TOYS ,
t ilh.eaaaeids publication of contri- values.: People were cow.22- :hrr"- v
Lake, fishing and hunting. They f 4 .
Mlietis aad <* .*BMMi of presidential ,I live because it is a ".:ry"* -ows an.houses .
..... Suggests ip ai better plan brought. and duck.back quite a large string offish I are in great d-man,:. 4 4 4 from Ic to $1.98. WOOD TOYS from Ic to $1.98. i

tip ... provide appropriations Plans were laid for active at i in. 4

fiat ptapat. aa<3 legitimate expenses of Dr. D. N. Waldon of Oak. formerlyof mediate work. This organization: .-. TOILET CASES from 49c to $5.98. (iLBUKS i
of the best, :ITheaded .
tig.. of the great national parties. Fort McCoy, was }in Ocala Wednes composed: most 4
..1t..4. national gallery of art. day. He ia one of the Banner's valued Women: of the cy. ani: ':,,,-.r 4
Slasiiaa.idationa for army and subscribers tad ia p'-ased with work w.i to an .Eportant: factor .n 4 4 from 98c to $5.98. I <

ti* i-cesa cf i;;. *. _ni:...-._n..", ".'a,".:::. 4
I vou.m h '
taw its weekly vlsltatlona.1 4
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u :s our cc 1:1:7

the Avocado Mrs. J. M Del! and :Irtl* 52'r, s ho 4 I
... H, Ollon. whose success at have been spending the TLaasstoliiays Ti.g .. ........................

fklalig trt f4cal fruit li well known. ia Ocala'ja Mrs D*.:'a parents .' i3IEt 'fii

fl .... ahtppiftg tin Trap avocado to Ur and "!!. C. A. CCre. 4 4 :

It* northern market. He is no? w r=ed to Giuiesrule yesterday. after i 4

p*..Iat. II per dozen delivered &\ having spec a most del gntfil: C::;*_ -').\;- 4 4 A FULL LINE OF i

.. Npoa in Miami, and taj oredrs 4 4 { '

NM. than b. can fill for December Mr. aid Mrs. Jams Mara L..':ti::- 4

tiitiury at {8 per dooen The fruit I have goce to Art .ere w:.*-* '.--.! f-. Gold *4 China fanG ,
A 1i a* eMBinc" os now and will tJ@: l i! make their home, ]I:. 'Ls.iav., :.? Storage 4 4 Japanese Fancy Crockery i 4'
I1-I"1t will The 4
& Jwoary Trap accepted a posicoc w: tl": ::'a'i.r: '-
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fei a nrottfle producer' He who raises fore her marriage was Mica G-r r- 4
I I we 'ief1e ::. aL.r'A'!: : :t3.: 'J'.: 4 Glassware China Etc. i
to frutt iu iiaatitto for market IE K.ai.I !!'Cord .
Srae:; Deparj2';n: for the !"Ir ,
_JIM ')f a fvrtua*.-Miami Newshi
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..n.... Mr. J. C. Howell of \=*.::IJI.j' was a 4 .
W* -*.-* awe COLD STORAGE PIO-
tAt Circuit Court j I peasant 00112:* 3 Caller a! "Jiws oS''r SNEERS OF FLORIDA, :.a'if.n thfecinm *4 We;:cannot give the idea in I
Y'eineay. and ;;a:-: it rsfe ff-f.Ji 4 ; you slightest print
; ? of meat ..ir l/efit: 'jdy forr
< Tk .ref civil! case on the docket j jU .
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of ta: i>a.11": r'; a )' ;- or-r a" \n ,
t was >ai of Tone a Cime vs. t::.,:,, : <-'< rar1 o-r uniform pa*. goodr- of what will I -1 find} in 4
II thong, and moray _a"e-r-, a.- .'.c-- ( *. ". 4 you nJ.ly; l i our store. Comein
n: i <
ACL railway for damage to good, mint; up considerarji-; ar.: a.I *-'. .-f I\ :: ."...:. <" :-ry :/C'.r. vidcc of otrWe +4 4
: 'l'j ,' li transit A verdict rendered in
was I dence of this fart fatf: '. !h. :f.c: :..-:':.a. 1 4 i 40 1 show 4
''to fur of tn*> plaintiffs for '1158,, an'} rfmmbrdn'with; 'jj.nforar.no';;.r'* READY. i iI .4 ann you. 4
lM.r...( to date. Ua. I ;w" wart 7,11'1.'J appf-dat that "; 4 4

m- Mr. Andrt- Griffin, K.-rfbar.f, T;" ,,; 1means I -":pr.or; ; wj',,,.; .*-at, In'".iui:'.;: I 4 4
CHRISTMAS TREE I fl', ,'vo ma/b,' I t ...
[ : ri'-ry In fa"t aIr .
grower and farmer of Anthony! 'i, a.. : .. .. 4
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3' AI "'hl"i s. I'.: de'd wwitb all kinds in to see us Wrln'"daHe.. -a- d'-nt, and"kilJ d aaaiatanU to rio! rhea' 4*
.f <'hritma Santa Claus is that?the "wet" and "dry" sentiment work in the beat po :..rii manner j .
m*.p, and "I i :'. a present free to is somewhat mixed in his baiiwar.k.: In this conner-tion we cannot troi] 4 4 [If> : 1'''''

.vryon.< tkiiii >>':>> something here.'We First side ,strongly} urge upon our frif-nch to fak- ;!It 4
one and then the other
We make
4 fo"run'
special to churches
prices i
want you to come and see our seems to be in the ascendancy. I their meat where they KNOW l It wU :
twpday of ChdMmas! Goods. Visit have the proper attention. Ir ia I
-r d and tit cent store for Toys and GUESS WORK no j day Schools and Furnish i :
Citrus county was well representedin for you to !J..t 'is *rvf I j 4 Sunday Schools with
P'y kMMU. M. FISHEL. Ocala Wednesday. We noted the you again. i I .

Card of Thanks following named persons: Dr. Horace To those stJMngmf'at. for the fr-? 4 4 Candles Free.l !
Reaves of Holder; Judge Young and time we would rffer to our friends 4
... ,ht unable to see personally the !Colonel Lloyd prominent attorney of YOUR NEICHCOR8-who are *o well *4 .. t"

Ytltt nuuibfr of friends who honored Inverness, and Mr. E. S. Grace mer- satisfied with our past faith/'il ser 4. .. J:;

Mr r'ole'! and sympathized with the chant, of Citronelle." All of these gentlemen vice.Please .. .+444444444444444444444444Merchants : '4
speak well of the condition of note that our smoke-hnnspq 4 0 ,
tassii} in our bereavement I take
things in our sister county will be in operation, and we will also 4 .
ttto method to acknowledge our grate- 4 : i
ready to smoke the meat for thoseso 4
Ss4 thank to all. That "coming out" convention in desiring. I 4
4 everywhere save
MRS W. T. COLE. Ocala was rather an expensive lux- Soliciting your future patronage wf 4 4 money by buyL i

y ury to the citizens of that town the beg to remain 4 their stock of
ing Christmas
Miss Grace H tcht"lJ. who has been total cost being $470.58, just $40.58 Your friends 4 Goods from tie.We :

ittvadiag the Stanley Business Col- more than was contributed. This ,. r
tegte at Mama Ga., has Just passed" however was paid by the board of FLORIDA PACKING & ICE CO. I 4 are in a position to give them very low i J.. ,

war sMHNid examination in shorthand trade.-Jacksonville Metropolis. Well SIMON BENJAMIN 4
Sec'y. I
very surtti'i"fully, making 97 1-2 per Ocala is not kicking. She promisedher HERMAN BENJAMIN Mgr. II I i 4 prices on all kinds of Holiday Articles. c

r 'ft' the highest percentage made in visitors a good time and made 4 4
The 4
usual prices will I 4
ON i-ol'!. K.- during th..- present term. good her promise.. prevail. 4 .
In making your shipments be 4 -
careful 4
While thi' many friends of Miss 4 .
to mark plainly !
Maiftii'll\ will bt pleased to learn of Mr. and Mrs. Kiah T. Ford whohave i 4 4

fctr exreU<'nt r port it will not beMtrh been the guests in oeala of theiruncle i .I ---- I 4 4 If you want the largest line to pick from and 4
nf a surprise' as she is an unttutaity and aunt for the past wed 4 4

,. fur a ff'W bright v .'k1 Kirl.*' rest She dur'nc will' be tlio home boli-} have bun, returned Va. They to are their a home very in charniins Lynch-,Ir, Mci1'e' no Mistake1: 4{4 4 yet save money, it will pay you to call at 4 4 r.

afir her final examination be- couple, and made quite a number ot I I a s

Iwe tcvrptinR a position. friends during their stay here. Mr,. I Several l shipments, from our ; 4 4
and Mrs. Ford were on tluir brk'al! i frisnds, intended for us have 4 i
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i, IIr and Mr*, B. A. Grantham of trip. and before coming to Ocala visited :, failed reach 4 L'YJe ;t1
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wenin Ocala Wednesday on a relatives in Jacksonville am: : 4 .

shtgpint: fxii-dition. as was also! Mr-. I Micanopy. I w.e!e marked vrong. i
Man IIf V')rk. Quite a number of ) *\ careful .mark \\i. _
to plair'.v
fan>t -. indeed, were attracted too Capt. E I.. t'.,rney our faithful collector sour.j : (I .
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Aha) b> the exceedingly" low prices of revenue, sem this office yesterday correct address, 4 W} M

4iiv"-niH4-l! by our merchants. The I a boof oranges from hi I ; ; ; "" );. i

beam of it. too is that they find the grove on Lake Weir. Capt. Carney is I Florida Pacing 8 Ice Co, 'f 1

artieh l and the prices as advertised. a pioneer orange grower, of that section b .
OCALA FLA. 4 lil .
and has brought into successful 4 .
CHRISTMAS TREEAt l! cultivation 4 i
as many as or four -- ---
Finne! loaded wwith all kinds of the the and 4 4
largest groves on lake MARCUS FRANK
of Christmas Gifts. Santa Claus is although having had the misfortuneto HANDY MOTH PAPER' 4 4 THOS. H. HARRIS i

mr.. and will give a present free to see them frozen to the ground A moth destroyer and disinfectant i 4
voryone who buys something here. twice I Placed under carpets, or in the foldsof 4
lost faith
never nor
.. W. want you to come and see our&ftf4ajr and the box he sent us yesterday courage is moth furs and and worry.clothing Twelve, it drives sheets away in a I 4 4 OCALA FLORIDA E r_

of Christmas Goods. Visit proof that he again has the pleasureof packet, carriage prepaid 10 cents; ,
six packets, 50 cents, if .
druggist do**
ear I and 10 cent store for
Toys and seeing his efforts rewarded, and the not han it 4

Finer GooJa. M. FISHEL.at oranges are greatly appreciated. I. Madpaa; P.wd.r CUrkavilU.Works Uwa.S.lecti.n EM :I ......11..1.NIi..1.1i...N.$444.11.1...1.... ....................11." .....

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McCall Patterns OCALA, FLORIDA


Men's Suits and Pants Skirts and Suits y x

$25.00 Ladles' Suits, all kinds only .. .. .. ..... ... .. . .. SJ5.48You "
::. Nothing better to give for a Xmas present that a Salt, Overo -
must see our line to appreciate the goods offered.
coat or pair of Pants, and we have a large line to select from.
J $15.00 Ladies' Suits, all kinds and sizes, only. .. ... ...... ... .
$2:.50 Men's Fancy and Black and Blue Suits .. ... .. .. .. $J4.48 9.48
$10.00 Ladies' Silk Skirts, all sizes...... ... ......... ..... 743 s
$18.50 Men's Fancy and Black and Blue Suits .. .... .... 10.98
$10.00 Ladles' Voile, Black and Brown Skirts, .... ....
I $15.00 Men's Fancy and Solid Color Suits. . ..... ... .. 9.98 plaited 7.2:1:

9 a $12.50 Men's Fancy and Solid Color Suits.. ........ ....... g.48 Other Skirts from 93 cents up and some good values at all 1

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: Shoes Shoes ShoesWhat
t Men's Furnishingsof
more suitable gift than a apalr of Shoes and we have ,

every description for GIFTS. a full assortment for all Buy now while the line Is complete.

/ .' Men's Pants at prices that will astonish. Ladles' Shoes from 9Sc. to. ... ... .. ... ... ............ $2.98 "

Men's Silk Handkerchiefs for Xmas. lien's Shoes from $1.19 to. . . .. . .. ....... 3.98

M : Overcoats for the whole family at lo wprices. Children's and Boys' Shoes up to. .. .. . . .. ....... J 1.98 '"

.y Men's Hats and Caps for Xmas Gifts. All the new styles and leathers are to be found In our Shoes. ) i
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1 //) Dress Goods and Silks jf

S. t: .:;k "Give the Boy a Suit for Christmas" Possibly a prettier array of Seasonable Dress Fabrics for all
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was never before offered! at such low prices. Buy today. ;
A slogan that brings Joy to every boy whose anticipation of

Black Voile 56 Inches. .. ... . . .... .. .... .. ... ...". 93-
-_ 1 I / this occasion is long remembered and you can find Just what ::
r i 36-inch Black and Colored Taffeta! Silk, guaranteed. ... ... 98c / e
you want here. ;

j .,M $5.00 Boys' Suits, all sizes . .. ... ..... ..... .... .. $3.68 Black and Brown Panama 54 inches wide... ... ... ... ... .. 89c 1 1

; $3.50 ::!.pil'( Suits, all sizes .. .. . ... ... ... "... 2.48 Other Dress Goods at low prices. tLadies'

n Y $2.50plece:! Suits, all sizes. . ... .. .. ... ....... 1.98
Men's and Children's Underwear .
'I ; Boys' Overcoats and Reefers at very low prices.

Our line of this: essential is complete, and the prices are '._ ,is.

z such that you owe it to yourselves to come and BUY ow.Ladies' iic
Ladies' Skirts and Suits ,
Jackets and Goats '

t t } ,{ I There Is nothing more suitable for a Xmas gift for Mother, Ladies' $15.00 Long Tan and Brown Coats at. . . . $9.89 c

( 1% :; 4 <5i-'or or Sweetheart than a Suit or Silk Skirt, and our Ladies' $10.00 Short or Medium Length Coats. . . . 8.48 .
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lc 5 *r/ lifura of the (imp!that is new and seasonable in these lines. Other Coats from $1.93 up.
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With business end alive 11 m
every '
i Say you With stock and crops to burn, ( for the Ocala Banner.) "The thing that goes the farthest toward .M.F RRY&ct cos
If you will put your money in What boots the world's brief gratitude making life worth while uirRrgo ;
I With a dollar or two fck/rr/Y :
: wu You're bound to call the turn. That costs the least and doea the' yipIcii
I D !I Or three' or four. Say. Are fame and wealth worth wooing? most is just a pleasant smile. i

UT...... r 1 Or a whole lot more. You',,, seen a cloudy day Lord, let me do a little good It's full of worth and goodness, too I

CURE,.. I' Stuck away, don't knock; When you knew the eua was!! up in For the sweet safe of doing. with hearty kindness blent, I FWTT'I SewU

...sICJesrat"'' R Take that money out of your sock the sky, It's worth a million dollars and- : are the the tuo.Drat t reliable known.. "n di<)r wa r+ .
9 e MI11ttsleyn ..rrcrna 1 But it couldn't shine till the clouds What earN the morning star for doesn't cost a cent. er'l'ackaret If. "er t'I., '.
gM.Negrr And put it in circulation; % cf boWIe whuwj :5fl u.1.. ..
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*# ..... ...-............ J I rolled by. praise --Go. W. Cooper !la Gonzales (Tex.) I hllhtst In the U'c,
.. f' ... -u.U..1Df A.................. It's as safe as the nation Could It? Of course not. The golden-rod in the tale? Inqairtr. Trrrj-m !>.' H r4 *....! s J ito ..ttwr rue:
\ .. .. .. ..... ...IlL".......... kj appllrant&. It fvrii. 04-,- ttto -ire
f "." It ce.n11l4M! And by heck! I And that's what Content, unheard all Its days eaT TtDOr>4 fil'-l"! *r: '!.'i yr ....ul, '..1H
......eon eY for plkcunc our tv r\- *' u' std
Berry I"W ww You daren't say that it's going toCirculata Is the trouble with you.Let Carols the nightingale. A Thanksgiving and Christmas Item Flows era u. ImttuaU 1. ... .... f. t
AaERMAl SBurnett\ vrreek. your money get through I D. M. PERRY 4 CO., DauctMM' .
C. If. Brokaw hu about 504 fowls
tf .:: M: l let It get out From w er. it It! hid; Bat one's reward sapreme! ehall be, on his chicken farm northwest of I
.. .-- And youll mighty soon eee Get down the Jar and take oS the lid. I By Him we rise or fall! ; town. They are mostly Barred Plymouth McIYCK and MACIAJ
Push the cloud aside, What heed, to long as He shall sea
: Jerry Restored commercial actitity. Rocks, Rhode bland R s.1 I
Say. boarder, what's scaring you, Let your money shine; And understand it all But L e<
i anyhow? Lend a band GOLDEN ROD. At prsnt he is: getting only i few ', 1 IIIi iff

5 Merchant Too ought to know that what AND fRS each day. but tie mouhini e H 1
i You're doing now to ear yourselves Kick tie stung out cf panic H* Is Up to Making a Choice son will Boon b* over, And then be ?

Tailoring. Will send tu aU lo pot; Down tie whole line.6eei "Bikins tells me he I Is getting aw locks for about 4W eft a day. He FUNERALDmECTORS.

; You're lttiug. panic chaw away fully tired of living alone." has taught his hens not to lay while ;I I

... .ala, PI.ri. Your happiness eonfldence. Ttafi taainest! "I would think he'd marry mil set. eggs are cheap, bat to reel cp antfl .
= t And paralyz. your energies -W. J. LAcptoa la New York :tIe down." they bring 45 cants! t dozy or more. -

.. Fineat ImportedDomestic and: And dope your o mmon MB *. WorU.ilr. "1 was talklmg to kin about it the -DeLand News. HAT a full stock of C.Ob t"&akett
Cloths. Loosen up; loosen up; other day, and he says he doesn't aid BuriAl Outfll dp ctal urea Le

J- Specialty Put your money where a a > Benjamin K. Thrower of Gainesville know whether to get married or buya lir. L. 8. Beck Is on the sick: Hat, Burial aenh.w.

r Fits Cutting uarlinteeda a It's bound to glue tie thing a start Is In the city. phonograph."-Milwaukee Sentinel ouch to tie regret of ba! friends. EmbalHlng tt Orderr

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Miss Battle stood In tie halt opened I,
He w.a asleep gilled try MclVER
\ door and listened. Wltbont was( balm
WI la-eatirytea ligfetn en -
and etwrtlghtfnd the ppfclt of flowers
la IwfTOt-lmt tans It. breathed but ia odors H q'wlnt aDd
*lt&* op> kts awe la dl. DEALERS
ftedSaunders pretty tune rose and fell quavered,
tie algbt of tie-brute*!" tqt FURNITURE

I "Ii-at you! wouldn't be rat fitted along M It listed without repird

I mane Will!" ri- for law ant nn C't' It struck Miss cAn'R-

ByHCMRY I "Well, no," admitted he. Mattie to the Irt-.irt. H\'!' Ririhood. with .

WALLACE PHILLIPS. er been troubled! much that >r. its mlrty drwias of happiness, tame WE ,

I see, eTfTjbody has a dtffe '! r back to Iver oa tip w1no' m *lc. Parlor Suits

throw a crimp in them ) "Ipnt tljnt a tweet;' tatter the paid, House FurnishingsRugs upholstered and Reed
(**rrt4l lA..'b, >!..' ,,' Phillips & snakes and these little bugs with n lump in hn- tbroat Art Square and Matting I In Luther
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( "1U1"UJ.CaaUaMlt ,
million pairs ftr lep I r1 al- She went up Into her room and( sat Dining Room SuitsIn

when I see one of them down a inouicut in toirfHrion, trying to Bed Room Suits Oik. ..
klnde- M oho A an Y
give me a feeling as if }asap the teality *f all that bad hap- Birdse of all -
had melted." the pencil. In the middle of the belief Mahogony, Birch, Y
( from Last Week.) and Crockery
and Oak.Mission China
"Weren't the Indians t But that tine things were net ?o eime the Maple

-wM then. toor nslj-'d+ Miss: { ; regret of a :senbltlre mind for errors Complete line-Dinner Sett and .

taws just bow you feel about sure they must have been." de committed. She remembered, with a FurnitureIn Odd Piece

tart.'' MM Rv.L "My hair UMH! to be 'Uh. they ain't bad p th- sudden sinking, that php had not: thanked all the different finishes

ewe Mi ft d .o. of the time when weIn i use '(:11 right.! said Ited. ; him for the necthice. And the mon

..+ahr tile My tamp at the lake bed Hki 'em any letter on ", ey lay even now on the parlor table

n.. bte! The rattlers! We put hair than In It," )!e added, htl I where he bad cart it! This added the

Mr; ... :.in-n-.n4: but them rattlers !lkal:) of betraying the ; : :/. physical I fear of thieves.. 11\\4 Rue

h1 .1 i rarer Iwlr ru|es fur e\en-lF. "but 'e : ,- went and the 'Ountl'll"om
country I never had as sot money ( ,
f>h., ; '' -t'tng I woke up and there was PocL I
argument man to man. : l :l:1' to i bor unmitigated astonishment, JSOsi (
a m. "... .ss IIr chest. For (;o rs and I come together over a I ::: ::.,:' and thrust it beneath her pillow, with! Ail Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace::: Curtains,

i.". i !* MV I to Antelope l Pete, who owned my oayusc, i ; :-! a Fliher.! She wished she had thoughtto and Upholstering Goods

R t'" ... railed up next me. 'coinetak* words we backed off and : '!<- tell! him to take care of It. But snn-

r. "i! awayf! .nd I didn't holler i it iut;. He raked me from kn(> :' '. poe tho! thieves were to fall on him Heaters R :-I&es Cook Stoves

'!I.I| wither. fete was> chain I was kneeling down, tloil <*--" r.s hi'! sept! ? Red's friends would have uufralIlt'! and Pit'
It :',1 I' ,.;' !hi |KinU and lie grS! :Mr.i : I 1r : nl,
I could by him and t rp,;:t their sympathy on the thi w:;. I : ,
Muli i I", Ih.'' ,alI! and ua'C hi' neck.iti ;
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llou because I : Mr ;
was in a : rejoiced that the money was I'S
I I -+Hri' In lay tnI'I l le tie! Ilj.1! !bust his ankle. In the : the "here It wax Then she tried to ref and Saddles
A ,. \'' N-t! I fcnow I
'u Just: tH fuss a stray shot hit 1 to .::::.:!-.T what she had said throughout 1 !rI ,IExclusive
w.1 t eurt'y' I didn't have a the head, and he croaked she i'e: enduing. .
man I Ilhrht'1I tt.+t while. wed wrs '- I sale of the b-"t wagon UII t'arthlil"' t+tudt !tak': r.
I'l'mark so there weven>. i : el- :. e.i, I suppose I mum have artivt i .. +
!. I'm I'rt u' the tr ." And the best line of High tirade Buggies and I tirl'laa.t'
| trkti ) carr very
fml.i miles from home : :rt !iilr: .1 r.inny, she conclude.1.! "T.ut .
.II' k Mi-..- !.ttte: that the "ast.1t l left to quarrel about: Yon I out !n'r !ho jnst 'plt.'l1didnd: as roiin I II
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1'lu'a"1 \ ra': ""II. I'
fried an egg; on a rock that YrirsliaudMme! face, with its darinzkia1 : ,
..tI'" tint \''1. -lie: erlt'.!. r. ;tJ!
(( i '. '.. .r 1 ." r .... .. ;.h ays mikes! you thirsty eye, cattle to her vision she felliu"ored.
L-.. anj'ways serious, thinking } the <-.) : "I don't believe but wl>a'

tdat/a ...Ml Croup In Children hol'ered 1 peace to old lUack! : he'll make every allowance for bv- hI

"Ml Ditto girl U subject to colds" told him I'd pull straws (' c=ci'o.l, 1 warwaid: flic.: "He tee:.:*- t! Brick j Limp, Cement Plaster I Paints t adintkote

M*. Mr. W.. 11 Serig. No 41, Fittlt It setsh,) took my canteen tot ui'Ierstautl thou things; for all! I L': ':: |i I Building Hair, Lath, Shingle*, t':

WtMhtft. W. Va "Ust winter creek and, got( some frot;h '- such a larg.- man.: ;\'pi.: It 'oeii't[ t j
... W a ..tv.fv spell and a terrible v.s agi enable and we hu : (' teem as if it could be true." Witii :: ; Fl Roofing, Qj| <,
atll.t. but 1 eared her with ChatnOevck curb gther. It ain't to iny I'll half! sigh Miss :1ttie1..1::: anti H't: i Material I I ;i
.bail. ...'s Remedy without th.' White Lead, 1 scut he,. Etc.
-ay it, but I was worse hurt ip her modest petition to lw( :ti: i,'-'- '
m.1! f1I a darter, and my little boy his Injun! sit I worked him. : do and ic,)t into her little white nt', Wall Paper. Alabastinc anal Magnite Wall 1 auata.
> < n r\@lttM many 'irfrom
l-ji to* ,' a cf I"' Hy the \",v ,\ nn I
.,f It't, -vi re :. I if fa1. r I through! cactus: while I sat or have awakened suspicion! lie huntwl
ble! ,,1UlO cause of the! db' around until be found r. tin (':.!}. tlir- & Mackay/

: .S Dlt jelled to him that ho l : lit a match and runirr?;eil t':'' bu.':
". Co\AMIC" I.'S PROTEST a liadsif and other ttiinijps i :: 'r amid terror stricken squawks from tie! .....
00118-1 Nov 26, 1911( ;. jun "vii ih1n't feed wns! a in inhabitants! the hens. --- ----- - -

1" "i, .:dI.. Oetia Banner: :, lied leflixil Nick and ruui' ; "One two three, four," he eonnt.'d. tJ)

MI i .,irwildaiBl. according to hisi see him note putting his : "Reckon I can last: out till II :ig r:. {

so careful aud turning I oa that. Mattie. the's white penis:;' -.ji-; A ,
i II i l.rUde.. the Star of yesteri.i f ; :
oiu\ in while to cuss m>. : (';I- tin! uk-csl I ever saw-fcut ::inni i:v LLQn '
ma to a* aUchUjr. worried as I :? 4
that It urea his cayts' tix : the used to proriding for a full!! gr.>'.\':, : fii
". .,Q. -ttuB of ....... and asks a rind it to me had stole it i -I man." I, rr E\"D .rrJ) f roil. .. i U L LS

i 'i i iiMiea< Ai Be bat seen fit to o-:;htll't to ]laugh over it, | ; be I Fie stepped to the bac'.i: of the! barn: ;: I! t'i.. PruA1D !'k-o 1) .

"L, iu> MM*. I atoll try to set blip:[ but Mik-ker whon I I and !looked! about hi ..,). "N;.ho.lj( : <-t: :- I 't-A't'' 1?1.'Ji;w:+' r.__. .::1' j ,' '

i at rat.et to far aa I am pe r. I:j' die: that Injun. I : t pee me from her,'' ho st I'i in s.itNlaetioa. ; I :1''t. .i"4:': f I} -:" ( ,.' \t.-i'. Ex P .,.:.-S J

< one rnwd. Now, a* to my Generally speaking, Mfrw I I : Then' !'ei' :s.i, ',} :')gl' J'r a (vfs*' ."<- ".*6" -Avw -- t \t \s D'" = fA'" "

a dn/I t .... so far as the rig- I j i a holy 1 st-tise of humor n pill' of t'bip,1 *"I"; !.":; .1,1 I i.r.Kt afire ,""'... ; \ (i/- '<..i, il' 1 \. '"\\, I Ii2.1 1-1. IJ ..
I of this was lost I ('It:! ai 'rlt.>.v. :-:' i : h .
iMMikare at iwue, I hayaue b'' tlon had been: that getting i ? ie l it ou two stones "I't'I'n. roJle.Jhimself i ....y' .... ?. tJ \,' fr.:N t. 1 $ 20
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> 'I.bti i : of other Cdmitt'.N t- \ lffiktf ar r li: rft
any I rtr- y : < flvv .
far frwn .
funny."Why. I ',k a cig.ire' ie :.'>.Ii\ i.i.: >.l. ... U O
i hit. 'lew. If I had posl- I should have I lane. yellow t'-:n.--U >'.ir..- t.t >'i" t!:'\.1 :9fJ1\ k..:> ,- Iw-.t izir. \ ._., fia.t -
AI.|. t"1111 a person on the would have ditrllCillr'! 1 !!n bn::'l an'l thn Y: his :sn--i': :headlig1:4-i ::, ...p \ -..;.o ./ Hld! t3VjKa

It'n Ii .i for any reason 1 e. -\\hat! Tor a little : i, !' ,( l lr on him, me'.o'>vng; ; ten.-iti: : i !.:. =--,....- x..." '. ;: ....,;'::. ....-r., hiJg'f.1" 1tJ'1I I'.j1r '
> ina''ti.' i I. i would not be I I' leg?" i-rieU IJed, with nome '(' "Hello, pussy:" said lel. "Yw.: etc!.' -.-....:.:.:: t.. ..':'".........il"::-!-'- _1K--.ft".. :* s. ;i;., ..- ,S. ';;C',':,I

late mriau as a citizen I "Y(lla petpie must quit oo> !j E t grj- too? Well just wait n minute aJ: I

r i I.. id M(. .i'v the supervisor of i, .untT)'. Die nothin'. : I!o we'll help that feel!I;. Li\e: liiv.ivl. Ii {;!t1 ) '''""t{ ... ;(y;' { ; !
lays t':1(1e10:1 an.l took ?" The cat Led: ,, 1 f &: ..{ j' ;! i' DEL-, ,[ 1 :> ;
1 ;; pussy gol ; the i.j-: '' uatit'MMI.. I ;
I have no legal I .!.. ., '...&. .
and we wa; tip and doing a !" greedily. came closer and for ), "".;'i'I <
.If"i. begged
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.t) ''do an ilk-gal thing and DO I 1. J.T..., \J ... ;41" ( r
time. 'Omn;*. lilack: Wolf i '.\' more. The tin can Iwi'e-l! over. net! "''Y.J.'l,.._.. :- ; s 9 '. $ 12 0 9
t '* .f i iuht ? > 'fsg&sir-:
r la ''if a* itnaiorai thing. so ( (
'leg for pood but the u ( ]I ?r popped the egg s in, puffed his cigarette ------- t
f >r th, ", ,1111 rat Oll Hot U concernt stuck to is
lr.t' a yank or ] the to a bright coal and looked at his
.1 t >. nxtblii.< .. 80 much for tiiatisin in tlie rniay scat> i i i 'e watch by the! light. 'Tee: Ten minutes

i t'l'.i.to. I h.' ....t<<. Now, just a Wolf for his cttyute,!' h i '., more now!" !llIld he. "Hardly: CHAS BLUM & COMPANYJacksonville

f. w.ii.!. a* ,r> what I have done I fhantrefaE'n11y. lot had the i ortI :: w' ms to me ns if I could ":lit" lie ,

t HIIHHMH. 1 .1' wary lawful way ih,' him anyhow." I I \ : pulled the watch out eyeral times. Fla. :

.", t.\ .,..nunt Htjiinf Irattc Kfttfrali ont ( Miss Xattie told him j I :; t.'' "What's the matter with the ,d-n ,

.f4' k.rtHM4 .hit. will probably ('m- that we noble of him, ...- ee j I at thing? 1 believe it's stopped," he I --
IU1 to 4c an meiliclae and ;i i growled. But at last! "Time:" he I
1 >)14. a, i Ilea, Bin, howe\rr.
.ulijcH't, with speed to Pl1lctI : a shouted gleefully, kicked the can over I
i < < .t.... to' with ihf
rcgin'ra-: .Ii- ask :Miss Hattie how is and gatherer up its treasures in his: I
i I tips Ktrlck-n off :; handkerchief. HARDWARE
nor t-y she Imd and how she let I

in I .af.- 11..1 ... prt'M-nt wh iii make (.Ail Now, it wni!' c "XO \. Mr. Cat, we're going to dofouie I -

... .aiatHrk 1 << "n off I anoiik of" gi.o
,.Ne nil I iBuWlH1! (rf |lla.| > ./ i to H mk of iualeri.il I' right down and make yourself at I

r.' cell .." per nn' .'\en no .lftl'S l"-t'7ius: there wa BO !! e home. This is kind of fun, by Jinks:" cart.t .

,. serial mutter In the : u Down went the eyes: and down icon I r
ran : < 1 ., single name to
U.M Mittie, doomed to a i the loaf of bread In generous slices, f
life. ., .' 'afion ofBi-f-r !
or !Irksome petty economies, ;1 I'll I never forgetting a fair share for the I
r >. \M-\ ,, ,h ,"14 Ix ..lrit-It'1l tri fir j cat. II I KNIGH
>u ; a sympathetic e j e I MARTJNCOAt
1r I a- ( M.- fi i.-B'h :a"Wlalnt.d .ut' It a Ie OCMhune t i 1 "Woosh! 1 iVr1! better!" cried Red I

r 'I".1 I 1'1'+ ;?r 1i1l.1 Imc.ws.'I lug to do this and that. She ? And now hI' :- >.T." sleep" He swung i 0 the T. \V. Smith
In a *i''t 'tit ,in'Mr Curtu exactly ?o this far with Co I 1 up into the :>a\l 1... t, spread the & ( 'o. < )1t| i st-n l. "If

jets 1 II' I <''.<<'''niiM( mi' i it in 1)11he: <-ou'd+ say it was fcet on the s'il: f. ngrant old hay hm'l 1 OCALA FLORIDA

a 'II 'I' fonu.latiuu !.> get along and gate ? i ill, rolled himself: up in n trice.

I : his: to pr.,\or*' She felt that she knew I i I "1 did a good turn --lien I came on I II Come and see us when in need f' II ,
rttelf .. < tin not well In those few hours! ] !' e here, !h' Jim ed.hrr I have got ugly in
Pwt'nt a with n'nLs of assent. He j it. one relation, :she';! !; a (?:rudy-so pretty the way of
I \ eta ('Ol1mltt.. the conditions at once. I I and miift!! and nit'e. ."!:{"f* ; n__ _marbi__n'___ i t 1s
r I. x > r i i .HM'*'rnlnx my "It ain't any fun I for all I've got I is Bat! tie." .
,, | Farming Implements
t + I i ik l I. pith Mr !I U ok'* thin liv," said he when they I The cat came np purriu ? and "mak- ,

i'' 'I't.*H* ate placed in rluded the talk. lor\'(' had to '! lug bread." He sniffed feline fashionat 1'1 Wile ,

1 'i1.' -at "' :! ', ;' h.. whvr I !ht'ius I put In the pot, and it i, Ked's: face.:' Fencing

,.'ite'1 < 'untlrhaH, that bat* arithmetic worse: : "Fool: Fh-wl! Go 'way, pussy! Set- I

t hit t tart .furt'' ,,eut over yonder to I *1. vr>nr<:alf ilrtT'n ...< ,coil DOUnd OUr Stoves Pumps
I them days hare gone by for iI ear fur an uu GI'I ,
i "t t..tti0 'ul11dUto tlt" lIe renched down first rate when; you don't wr.Ik! on my I Guns CD ;'
.. I "
> I Hi tki. iamID out a green roll flapped it face." He stretched and yawned enor- Ammunition

'., to pit.i ter table. blow that In I,i mOt}. ly ";es. sir. Mattfe's all right:" I ,

fARR, !1.1.! up and remember that I Ii paid he. "A-a-a-11\ ri"And Chanta Sash Doors {

behind It." I Seecbee Red WAR in the land of dreams;. 11 :

,It, MerAr ... Miss Mattie's pride rose at i ( Here: biiok in (;od' count-y, within c Blinds' "
Paint ,0'
II; a'P tt'Jilitfa -Will." bhe: said, "I hope I twenty rules! of the !1J:1I'where he etc. .L.
'i anion of thfr. think I've told this I was l-on:. the wanderei !aid him down ,
... you
> I ..,.v I taklnc 1.1\'I.t from you" I again an'I !in spite: of raid and foray, I In fact everything usually ;
.., sambas l at ant He leaned forward put *;'!'ii>-knd poker!: cards wear and I class carried in a first-

t her fboulder and held her I tear hard times and, hardest: test of Hardware St )r*. 1 i ii
-- -- sudden access of steruucsa all, sudden fortune, he was much the I 1.---

I ,,.a. ,... IN MitMkn tlwrlty. I 1 Jam impulsive: basest, generous.derllranycarp :. i iI -tI1\---- '!I'U.h___ ;
--- 1W&r .
ty who had left theretwvntfour 'A ___
4 ttartlett a !nn.ateixvti. ".\11.1 I hope, Mattie said I I _
.+.1 Cal toMiftHIMftkV you don't think that I think I years IIlO. .
I f ay J f LMQ' of the kind" (Continued on Seventh Page.)

iii '....*.*.(( '""' fruit The iuiihias stared into Knight =
ryCH for a full minute; then Martin
: a cut* *t **K de CO.
tio spike. "Xo.1'111", s. How to Cure a Cold j
a IIU..t Iltatw
trans' don't believe you do." Be as careful as you can you will -J u_ -
\0, "w chars r ttaaklnro' R "I shouldn't occasionally take cold and when you -_ _
think I : _
.y tsporta from d.d.: 1'I do, got a medicine of known reliability __ _
lied.Tiat in thunder _- '
one that has an established
repu- )- 7
f artual cf the fruit pith nil that money McMillan ;
tation and that ie certain to effect a
era t\It.. ... a.4 of lu at4M I"+lnt, pirl. I could pallorr. i iI Quick cure Such a medicine is Cham- Bros. r.I f

r.t A 'I "tyt I,iN tb....... thrll e with $H" I billetua'! you s rlaln's Cough Remedy. It has

,. .." Mtti abhtslut'hg P them pwu kites, like 1 ttil I' rained a world-wide reputation by its Southern
>I It..1\ remarkable cf this most Copper
IhI. p1M'v .IpWt' u.. Mattie broke ilow n. 'I : cures common Works
and bp
t tilt' ae" ly rf'3Uz..I strain of t Cfit-t-u } ailment can always tiepended
trl4 arc to made itM'If .felt when the 1 I I : upon. It acts on nature's plan
: Manufacturers
TI sea wa mat Met I j relieves the lungs, aids expectoration,
M [It'"I don't know how to t :!, .... of Turpentine
1' 1 r1t buforpr4nt I opens the secretions and aids naturein
"' k.. .tad e, I don't Iilll1T'.h !: to say.; : i I I restoring the system to a healthy and General Stills i
RufrtgpraNarahi atom It
feeems too gool; to l>e -! condition. During the many years inK Metal

"Wbat you crying about. I I i which: it bas been in general use WP Workers, .0-
-- -- said be, In Bore distress. of single of *
: have yet to learn a case:; Old Stilly ;
I -
taken is
on! Llttea to m* a minute! !: cold or attack of the grip having resulted exchan for I fet
aid ,I."i. M- A" t'i. something I want ygu to do f I' ?- i in pneumonia when this the eonntrv a specialt! new nesFAYETTS Patching I 'ate tot' ,
., ( !! .. Tem'l wire wIll .
't' :sole rlain' ; "What is It?" hhe asked, i : : d edv was npd: which shows rcl,1v, prompt Orders by mall t.eottthroug
j"IH rwluc"cps In. I ,svely: that it is a certain prf'entinof' fOllowing works attentIon at or ,
'''' .. .. & cither of tifl"i
4k a.4 ) that eyes.Tor t6at'dangarots; di<:=easP. Chamberlain's the .
dinner '
I. aA
; lie I
'r q '
a'IM" .* Cough Remedy contains no opium 15 ct
"'Ir il hv MP -tJ 't'8 h&n roast of beef : t: or-otttr-nareotie--and! may bpI 'iLLE H. C
I' I"' !lijr all I alia. tn.U.rJltin a wash *
drui gla'.. tub. a I>ivpri :wzeonfid.nUi'to.a baby as to
.an adult For sale-byall druggists x JACKSONVIUE FU' SAVANNAH GA X
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-I ______ i Cole Run Over by a Freight I
asH dsgsasHsas
U II JM'k Yn'ull) ot 'rllnanl was a'' The German Club Give and Instantly Killed j

.1I1'.e ".Uur ID Heala Friday.Ir German Wednesday Night ;i sadness overspread our'i' NA IS EFFICIENTRELIEVING I I5E5Z5Z5ES

.. The Nine O'clock German Club afternoon when it was i{ J
of Anthony spentRlwr
< rU a I
that !
> in almost whispers
.their German 2525'25252.S2..C25252 :
Ur."t.tti : friends and : Thanksgiving
la' la I T. Cole, car inspeetor, had i,
h".ID"., I day night at Yonge's Hall and it : : IN ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES.
61aimg over by a switch car near
i 'I a very delightful affair. The hall II i ij I

'yar (''1-.1' Nw says that j I prettily. festooned with bamboo Coast Line passenger d.- i!

tIt Ki.i;:ht is gotaf back to I which are the loveliest and was instantly killed.
:4r differ a< to how the i
ryetalM' ,'r to ft>"tde. I graceful decoration that one can I .S: r< .. ; Y
occurred. Some say that he ;
Quite a number of visitors were !
"lr1f' ,putt ThanksgivingUe on one of tha tracks and j ., +4a;:iQ: r's..a rr..k
llr who enjoyed very much : :,
ft""lh In this dtJ. Ue Is >ctlng tie wheels of a moving
Mi the pretty figures as they were | )C
I ,
mill at Dunnellon.Vblt as it passed along oo an- f :
tl.,. ....tine cuted. The music was furnished I 1 f : .
-- when a switch car came
an orchestra of four pieces the :, :
11 hMW. \ .* of Cltra. was I' from an opposite direction
>N man beginning at nine and lasting j I'
IB* prominent arrivals FrI its deadly work. Others iaYj I
t._ til twelve o'clock.Mr. j I
It.. Ki.str-r"'d at the Ocala riding OH the rear ead of j i
..., Stephen Jewett and Mr. 0. I
j: car and his footing slipped !iI
IMtMr1MS How&e led the German the
I fell between" the tracks and
dancing with Miss Esther
tal Mr-i. (' N. Schlemmer have to extricate himself.
and the latter with Miss Hattie
1 boiu from Cedar Keys, as possible those who
and the figures were pretty
.... .. -|"* several days dtlteht- very the ca astroi&a rushed to ,
There were several \
Mb' sMl ", lad'.. ery but found that lie was
vor figures the favors being both

w. J. My and family; of Ox- el and unique. Miss Weathers and mutilated help. ,He his was limbs badly be- j

.... .... ta Ocala Friday. Mr. Ley a pretty pink flowered dancing ) seared from his body.

It _"t .It a a.,acoQ load of pork toM and Miss Dye wore white liberty was car inspector for the i

....... ta roM atnragt over blue. ( Coast Line Railway and hbd I i
The other people
young I for time and
position a long i
.,. l.ouhl H. ItoHh. a former at- were the following Mr. and Mrs Ffr t.
in tae performance of bib i
1)wtlia) of Ibi* i aHr. U now in Texar- II. Lloyd, the latter wearing a lIe kixty-four of .. .
was years }r n. .5.'X; y k,:'
..... .... h-' will remain for ten dress of pink brocaded silk. was a peaceful, modest aid 1' Y. ffatu.,
Clark.. ... n FC... ,\. + tiA\A;
... .r awnI 11.I expects to spend Mr. and Mrs. Arthur sitizwa Ha wan a mem- : ::

OralaMl Clark gowned in white .
mar in was
of this
Baptist church dry

as was also Mrs. C. V. Miller, also a member of several of SISTERS OF THE 0000 SHEPHERD, MONTREAL '
W W roudoB baa returned was dancing with Mr. Miller.

V wa twice married. He
to taata fur several weeks looking dancing .with Judge Bell, wore a hw of the respiratory organs Montrelll, I\'OV. 7, 1903. ,
sons and a daughter by CATARRH experiencing much fatigue Now 103
ttlMlt ..P winding up of his business Ian striped chiffon. ailment in Canada: for We found Peruna 8 relIef In several
and two eons and a walk a mile easily.
lahoesb la thta city. Miss Minna Hampton of at least; two-thirds of the year. cases.
by hu second marriage viz: This condition is no doubt caused: br We can say it Is a good tonic and R e I "Through these three eases we dttiira
wore white point de spre over: thankful. to make known to the public the ef.
Mr Harris ilcA-: are very
trial of ho Low mans at Cold the long, severe winters experienced i M U
satin and had as her partnerIr Sisters ot the Good Shepherd. ficiency your remedy."
Mr. Yam Col<;. Isis wire this part of the continent. .
for the
Oi' 1IUlt-tl\lh..r and son- ; When Hospital St. John of S Johns
K. Thrower, Jr., of Gaines\ille. catarrh once fastens itself upon ,
klm. He had resided In
Ieelti5: of Ifcinlap rhlnney. the. fatt'.rstd. Mr. Harry Palmer was with Therefore, when reruns: was discovered the system It becomes an obstinate disease i. Province of Quebec.
acquitted, the past sixteen years by Canadian people to be a reliable A later letter received from the ;
.. rj> Uiwnian. was: I Mlxson who white mull to eradicate. samtf
uri la+ m*. II II lawman was found buried Sunday afternoon remedy for these catarrhal diseases, tt A systemic reml'dy-one that reaches institution reads as follows: !

.. sf murder in the first degree, pink.Mr. late residence at 3:30: o'clock at once became a popular medicine, not every internal organ of the body-is anabsolute "Three weeks ago I wrote to tell
and Miss
Emmett Robinson individuals and in families
only among how
you satisfactory +e foonl
C. Carroll preached the fun nloceS ity.
rill r.*..M4'it.lt'tt to the m'rcy.ot. theRwr. the but in the where it Peruna. We
ly Camp were together and the following named great hospitals, ww Peruna. is Just such a remedy. Itsearches recommend highly fur
/eNt. used and relief colds coughs, catarrh and
wearing pink de chene. &a a prtventatlve cearalgh.
crepe out the cause of the disease,
acted as pall bearers: M. hundreds of "I have used it myself as a tonic with
Mr. John Sullivan's partner J. H. W. D. Bry- healing and strengthening the mucous the best results taken directed
Spencer as halt
J K. Gate, the beloved pastor Miss Alice Bullock, who wore a Those ir..tions do not hesitate to membranes and thus giving Nature an i ,
a teaspoonful halt hour.
et I le BM.U.t church at eI.and, for- ing dress of pale yellow.Mr. .Chambllss Jake Brown, R. give their endorsement of the remedy opportunity to perform her part of the every

awttf. \or of the cburch in this Sr. The Interment was in which hin been so helpful the treat- restorative! process. /Mrs. Etta Booker, Dundorn, Sack,
Harvey Clark was
sits vas 1"1).& prominent guest in Ocala cemetery. ment of their poor and sick. One of the many hospitals which have : W. T.;, edaniAth'write :
whose was "
Evangelistic( Harris gown profound sympathy is ex Among these institutions is that of toundPerunaof\"alnelntreatingoldand i 1 sUuer pelvic catarrh until
tat Wfk. attending white marquisette with the Sisters jf Good who I wrote to Dr. Hartman and after Uking -
for the bereaaved family. gave obstinate cases of catarrh is the HospitalSt.
hMttlulw At the session of the In- I: lace and ribbon. the following endorsement: John, who write, as follows: I treatment as he a.d'is'"od, I can say

Mttttt* Taankk+:Uing night he read a Beck danced with "We tell I am now cured of this most tryingaffliction
' t Mr. Alfred Party for Miss Scott The Peruna Company, are happy to you that your I

plniqid |u(*>r More that body. lendon[ who wore old rose Columbus, Ohio Peruna has given us satisfaction. Three 1 for which I am truly thank-

a. chene. afternoon Miss Annie Having used Peruna for the past few patients have tried it, one 63 years old, I Iful< I think Pernna the l.*t medlclno

Hcv J i*ford and family of Mary- entertained about twenty- months, for our sick and poor, we are I ilenoui Dupuis afflicted with catarrh is j for catarrh. I never felt letter in mT
visit and areslspVInt Mr. John Taylor was with Miss happy to say that it has given us great nrachTrelieved'' more'uun'he"nfsSZn life than I do at present."
Ii.d. ar* in 0t'11Ion a friends at a linen shower j has been
ise Scott, who wore a lovely Piruna not only promptly relieve
with Colonel J. II. Living- for a numlr < yearn' I
: white silk.Mr. of Mrs. E. M. Howard in of the Oood Shepherd, ",4 15 old had coughs and colds in their first stage,
.... The rrvtrend gentleman is: ont August 20. 1903. young girl, years an but is equally prompt and efficient for
RoM.Iathews, with Miss Miss Louise Scott. obstinate cough, M hich half a bottle of.i
inMprrtltn tour, and may locate ii'A MontreaL catarrhal diseases in the chronic staff
of St. Petersburg Mr. to disappear.
Gray ;
to Oeala or aoaiewhere in the nt'ar'i- Mathews received her guests After a continued use of the remedy, "As to myself, two bottles have convinced uOpfI ::oeUtrhset' it is only reasonable to
Taylor with Miss Annie ) ; ;: )V"' a great deal hays mwitetn
tttM .ty Ho l I. all fart two weighsputmds white dress with pink rib- this institution has found no reason to me that Peruna: is magnificentas ->
Mr. W. D. Taylor with Miss Meta its of the Rtiltcosec.srytocure flight attack
change good opinion remedy a tonic.
sill and dot not carry anoeerr of catarrh thin would N
Scott looked quite sweet r"<"m*ed to
ett: Mr. Howard Walters with and its satisfaction in the "Before the treatment I could
expresses sot relit vithe ailment .
.imMf aud tht very kind that we'ihfL Leafy S'h.t'sterIr.; John Pelot in a brown silk jumper lowing tarma: I walk fer a quarter of an hour without i lowvd; : to L-.Cullit c t.nJ ,I':'

Missnnle Atkinson and Mr. brown hat to match Miss
in wrlcotne. The v".. '. for Free Feruna Almanac for
R. (._,_ :\lrs.1.. C. .' of Palatka a pretty Ask Your Druggist J908.

Mum! fort) .the members of the Ju- PnIJ: and its: *'''i during the blonde, looked lovely in -
learn of the -----
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; 1IUth
U> > nide out L:1ke'dr av- ins, ant crepe de chene gown.
IIII.r acu* tej' TO MARRY LORD KITCHENER? They were poor, but dressed in exquisite Death of Mr. Adyelotte .
."un.' in Mr WtKKln1 tome. Thank German ijoyable all the guests had assembled
table, though simply. Mrs. Information haM h'ii m-ened In

tJ tuiuK aftt-rnoon. aud participated in The best V bush we had invited to the back parlor, Report Has It That the Famous Wo Carr was as exclusive as she was this, city of the death of Mr. C. V.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M the little packages had been
;i < AIMriadlnK Thanksgiving ltf.n 8as! the rain. man Hater Has Surrendered to ; poor, and it was not easy for the Adjelotte, which occurred at Lumber-
.itl. < Mr En-ln and Mr. and Mrs white parasol, and were show-
I the Beautiful Mrs. i
needed it badly, and it could not ChaunceyA |. young gallants to secure much desir- ton. N" C. on November 20. The deceased -
looked after the comfurtii the bride-to-be, all the guests
J.ii) BuraHt come in better time. The number of years ago the societycircles : i|.ed presentations. The rare beauty lived for a while in this city,
The league ext around her to admire the
t of the. Juniors tent One, who holds the world of Ocala were set astir by the and pearly complexions of the Carr and during which time played baseball
G. D. Stein for gifts, which were all ap I
Uuwk to Mr.
*ds hollow of his hand and notes the presence of two beautiful and attract girls, one a marvelous blonde and with the boys and was in robust

ta. hMM of his wagon and to Mr. and row In its fall was good to us and usefnl. ive debutantes who spent the winter the other a striking brunette was the health, so his death will come IB the
)t... Wloin* for their liberal hospif the afternoon Mrs. G. C. Pas II
here I
membered us on Thanksgiving talk of the fashioned watering nature of a surprise. lie was a young

...,. and could not have Miss Alice Bullock sang sev- They had rooms at the McGrath place. But aside from a few favored I man of exceedingly engaging man-
solos Misses Ethel Hay
In a better way. House. 'I army officers the Carr circle was lim- ners, and made many friends In Ocala
*. I). A Smith Anthony, who Maude Kennerly played
They spent the next winter at St ited. It was not until Samuel Sloan who are pained to hear of his death.
Day at Dunnellonkl. and Miss Simms de
... Thanksgiving Madge
Miss Clara Gray of St. Augustine, and since which time their Chauncey a rich Brooklyn youth, anda
to11h sot Prof. \\'. W. Smith the guests with several read-
who has been in Ocala for the names have figured more or less con party of his friends arrived on their Mr. and Mrs. George Campbell and

pasted throogh Ocala Friday re- month .as the guest of Mrs. spicuously in all the newspapers of yacht, that Alice Carr deigned to take daughter, Miss Alice Campbell and

......<< to hi* h<>nw. He says that Allsop and Miss Pauline Sullivan ladles invited to this the country. notice. The courtship was short, and san, Currie Campbell ha\e tr. nspt'nding

the .,_iallon nchool I 114 in excellent were: Mrs. Charles
Friday for Orlando to visit her The following article concerningthem young Cbauncey: bore away his prize. several days In Ocala and
130 pupils and on Mrs. S. A. Rawls Mrs. Ar
bat ,
.wtJ.a4, and aunt Bishop and Mrs. is taken from Human Life, a Their happiness was brief, for the have now gone to neIJf'\"h'w. where
tbre were' held Mrs. Lee Miller Mrs. G.
talthtc rye
'a. they will spend the winter. Mr.
Crane Gray for several weeks. monthly magazine: youthful husband died not long after

....-t |.( >f >.tlBg exertifte. and the Sullivan accompanied Miss Mrs J. D. Robertson Mrs. All things are possible to a beauti- their marriage, leaving his widow a Campbell and family lived in Ocala
.J arranged and well Mrs. Jake Brown Mrs.
IlI'Mn&1.&I yell Orlando.Dr. ful girl, provided, of course, she has comfortable fortune. Mrs. Chaunceyand about eight years ago having come to

tzttt ted out On Thanksgiving Day Mathews, Mrs. Jim Dell of wit -background.." Alice Carr her sister, Grace moved to Eng this city from Lake Weir Since leaving

......,. ad Mrs Smith Mr. and Mrs. Miss SallIe Camp, Miss Ocala they have been
Wilson who has been has wit and beauty and her widowed land and seven years ago the beauti- living In

_?._ aaJ Mr*. Jordan combined the summer In Kentucky and Miss Lovls Harris. mother wife of the late Col. H. M. ful brunette married Lord New bor- Tennessee, Washington Oregon and

firrti a4 had a combination Thanks- with! friends and relatives, has et& Jewett.. Miss Sara Mc- Carr of Louisville Ky., provided the ough. Georgia Their Florida friends ar > ;

..l. fln..rr at tho residence of Prof. :Miss Madge Simms Miss An- glad to welcome them back, and
I It e.l to Ocala and has joined Mrs. background. Quite a romance this, It was in India at the Dunbar, organized hope
wakh tI at a most unique af- Miss Caro Liddon, Miss they will decide to remain with
HM. son. and they will again spend in which an obscure American girl to proclaim to the people of &t

...,. asd was very much enjoyed. winter with their daughter, and Mamie Taylor, Miss made her own way from poverty to India King Edward's accession, thatMrs. permanently.
Thagard Miss Valeta Potter
L. Carney. wealth, and wealth to a place in the Chauncey, under the chaperonage -
Ur M C HMlay of Williston was Minna Hampton of Gaines- Mr. Montholon Atkinson was, la
highest social circles o' England. of Mrs. Adair, the brilliant Amer-
to H* rtiy WfldaHda. spending the "Uncle Billy" Folks of Romeo from Berlin Friday and says lt
Other women have done as much, but ican woman whom she knew in St. t
friwi4 Dr. Paslay isst..t Mathews, assisted by Misses Bryan will be nominated will
Ivy kerf with of the most popular citizens of the usual method is to buy a title. Augustine days, met Lord Kitchener.The and win i

the oJd.Umert IB the medical county, and a devoted member Ruby Stein, Ethel Haycraft The daughter of the Carrs of Louis- simplicity and fresh beauty of in a walk. He says that: RooerreH

4 ,atufti ..!.. and tbt .eight of year Baptist church, was in Ocala Brown served a most de ville had neither the inclination nor I the fascinating Kentucky girl inter- will support him. --

... ln..t hio shoulders sect turned him the Evangelistic salad course. .
( attend
to millions to restore a depleted ducal ; ested the steel-eyed war lord, at

'*' b.t a* I* a mss to every sense the Baptist church here. Mathews' party will always be name, although dukes and duchesses whose head had been thrown so many Popular John Floyd

trek hi.> full tecultl, a man as one of the delightful : John B. Floyd the great and ..,.
a sit at her table and invite her to their; English girls of wealth and aristo-

wlfll that Mrt hull of ..lntt"Mtrblch The delegation of Masons who of the season. board. And now we have it from un-: cratic lineage. He invited Mrs. was in town the forepart of the wetfc.

tllar""A Me
it. tbtafttra. aad ow In whom all the Thanksgiving are profuse in W. T. Gary and infant son Mrs. Samuel Sloan with
have returned home after Carr of yore, great golden tent resplendent living in St. Augustine BOW, sell
be plact'll.H of the hospitality of the
"ul" n. r I. tb' world can praise of is to that' of oriental and
of several months. They first Chauncey today, marry the trappings toggery reports that his family is fJDjoJilut
.. i fc.f.>rf he' Aer>'MW who knows city. They say that they were "
Mrs. Gary's parents, Dr. and inscruable "woman-hater, Lord distinguished her by his marged at- good health in the Ancient City. Aad
but of the realm.
MW. I.'"t .."'"' fur his efficiency, like princes at Gainesville and for Kitchener of Khartoum who has tentions. A year ago a rumor of an John is looking well too. We tried to

tor .4* failafi.lB...s set his SunDr loyalty to. I Miss Etta Cam of six weeks have been with twice received the thanks of parlia- engagement followed, but Mrs. Chaun- make John own up as to whutk or (

Mfrt.a.l4tol' "IW and I former teacher in the Ocala sister Mrs. Quintance, In ment and a total of half a million cey pursued her social ambitions, repeatedly not he was going to run fcr the legislature -

P.*.lav i k a lark county man dollars, the rank of Viscount and Gen- denying engagement after but he would not furnish TO
short D Their friends
the fub- School is In Ocala on a n. % p. are
.Ie .... .BM appnrH on contlnu' :Mr. W. D. Cam and Mr. 'and have the mat 'home again. eral''of tie British army; With' head- engagement to James J. Van Alen, the desired information. We all like 1

*.'"atl<.. toot ot this paper. quarters in India. brotber-in-law of CoL John Jacob As- John right well down this way, and .
Cam. -
....., tar aliaaat forty o years. He Ed Carmlchael will give a In the days when St. Augustine was tor; to the late James Henry Smith; should he decide to make the race :

tNI.IN,. to I..... kiwi. whoso ranks arei. W. D. Harnage, the best those lusty 'heroes who have the, social winter Mecca" of America'ssmart Arnold Morley and to the late Earl will poll a goodly vote In this neck 0'

.Wr-...<<-tao gentlemen of agent weWr':'had, and the, '"',- ."' smittenyfroatthe.ieg. .. ,,' set.,:Widow. ;}Carr5..and her .two of Eoseberry; 'but '
P / 1M "mW Nk4MIL" t11waISK wife he" eVer had, spent last' list -it "win sound .'more beautiful daUghters arrived and took come from either "her or Lord Kitch- !

In Leesburg.-Crystal River bumble quarters In. a 'i small hotel ener to satisfy public curiosity. Banner ads pay. ', t

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feet mil la'i the her and Scotty felt I r-
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3 MY' l ttwr hit the water bPHt )wally ..wI -
a kwhJ' that nearly telencotiedPrttr --- I
and Milt ti"> spray flying. Aft- -
I* tlMt tbr.r writ along nnx">th aria."Malt ; >
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wt.r. I ubi .uor. who' I am. nor \\tint's A. ;
1.4..1. u r wh'So It. u alitbcr'n' ?
ti+atI tltb paw far I i \
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Hi *.... and lint. a little more rest. .
tt *.* hnwd daylight bt'n he GRocERS i
Mk> *|' ...111. and a man was lookllg : -
teto Uw l..1. Hello! pardnerf he
atty. '1 tef* you've had a pleasant j- -...__....._ -.JII _'\JWI.Hlr..Jo" t -4i
_...,. Ito ywi alwayH travel 1 this t :1 1
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'T eett) fttt..4..t all and found his
.a4t wai aCflltJ.ad, high and dry-noWrf Ei i. -
hundred feet of it. : -4
WIllI' a
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flu eau "M quite a little town. 0
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It Ml m' t.fortI am friend
"*Y..' at flan rctlP') answers the -

I tart" 't'I..wn/uef yells fcootty. 'And Iwet -

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to kv at ('uttrr's mill Flay ISEED- ..
aw nlkii from here! What are you -
, gifteg u*. IBID r
TIB putting It to you btraigbt,' saysthe

, ..IfU"'f.rake. a look around .ar.. ,...., ..
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"Hcntty lookM, and there waa all tilts- -
ktbiU of wivckuiTP. from a dead beef Q.- -
crttttr to a .nv ll>arr vf. j
"\\"bat ta nat& u'* all thlr says he. .
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1\.twlUt raja the man. Cloud-
burst ur OIl the diride wont we've .....
..rr l-yoar box IB about high -
water mark-you .e. there was water ....
muuct for a.bU..1! reckon you're ...... .......
atnut the only thing that came through --

attrr-",:,'.11., wouldn't that knock your

.,, Brotty"Whll. UM. rwt of the folk at the E: 'One thousand bushels Texas Red Rust

milt wu taking to the high cruuod for --
their lire*, wttb the water roaring and

tfartfig through the gutch. Scotty hadt Ii One thousand bushels Burt or 90-Day I "

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wtr the rapids where lug d have (Uvi } '
t t 4M>e fcr all his luck the bus atubUtfcruturh >> Ci'anberry Sauce r' : ,
the ti'iiue they was building! + :
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fur the neu r : .f course there way 1:>
the julHi'V \ tail but thai; .
t' race ; ::
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'du' hUff. .ieh. and after h >
rtIA.1 i hi:. of tu! > deep anti; .
... ; .1. teach .I ,: 1'1:1\'rdUe. r i Dates Ciirraiits Figs Prunes allcl i rjl
'I > ,' al. ,: irlend.!: t-iys:: ik-nt"::. ; ,
to the 'iMoi "",'"(; :t: ''! rte are !;"'::1': Jf
t4'1 .1 :liMU: dral.! .-i this, if it iMM1 = (;>- +
la'I -I art' And I rc.'kon probablyttt I f Evaporated Apples f iI 1
}c Witde it tau for when Scotty gait
kttck again he was in a condition thateverybody : .-
.sdt' believe tl.at he'd only -
g*..{*l at the IOt"I')' he told. But tb\;; t. ---
>Mud out afterward it was a solemn: : L Raisins and Nuts to arrive by the 1 Oth : :.
ttrt Matti, give us some more cof- :
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Thus abnipily recalled to Pairfield.Mb I i. ....... I
I Millie started up. ---
".Wt'tl.111, it does seem as if that -- :
wU a dangerous country to live in."
ithl .ht
"Oh not PO awful" said lied. "Just I
an MaD JHH'j.lo die Lore as they do
tb 'f te .lire" IB wherever you strike it Matlit.

t "'.t'. s'." said she thoughtfully.
tt\ ",\ad Bow." said Hed. pushing back
4. Us chair "It's time I got to work: and
lift you I.. do the housework undis- -
wrtod"What .....-. ';
u.t you golus to do, Will! ?" ............................ .
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hint p'.ite. there's fences am! .-. .... ._ L
M 1-111ap t" Ix tinkennl up. I see I T".e..
ktl1..uae a millionaire like me ou.ht. to v "
h' ate-'
Mire theM taints dane but I'd hawMM --
I .ta of the mind If I sat aroundArtug == Yours for more business :::

nortiiug.! .... "....
lilt *1 have been wanting to get thei ..
Iae+ ID g."tJ onler for some time." .- -- i

MM Mtv Tattle but what with the -.....
,*-e) i !had to spend for this and ru
II., that a"I I .t MUK; able l to get Mr. I III tbb -- ..
I..1 J*,t v o c+m.e la fur a day's work -- &
r when I waited, him It'a gone oa until -- Ftll
there 1< a gW dial of wrack to 11." -
I "Well wrack it t'other way round InDO
time. Got any toolr r"Oct .
P la tho bun is whafa left of ,
fAUwr' tooU. People have bonowvdVn :
and forgot to return 'em. and
tlay've nwtrf or Men kwt catfl Pa OCALA FLORIDA:7
.. afraid then aiat B tay of 'eaa left" ,
-W.U. m ga< aianji today MQehow,
and later on wolf atndc up. Want any -- --
tp! around the hazier I ...arial

,t"-.; ,t ,. -Thank- 1'you_ ft/P-no_. Will." ;?i l " ." ..," ,.,. I,.1, 1 l la.i. lt ::

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