The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00459
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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: From Friday's Daily. i gowns of white and carried white carnations ;
SANITOL : : Of the many beautiful weddings j,: tied with lavender tulle, and '
4U I loans
making in moderate
A X I I that have taken place in Ocala none I hand painted fans, gifts from the amounts, j'j'to

d I II j have been more perfect in artistic arrangement bride. regular customers j
i 11 1! or detail than that of Miss Miss Scott, who is one of Ocala's 1

i l\ S270 Worth i Kathleen Louise Scott and Mr. John I j most attractive and best loved girls bw0 11 11i
\ j Htnry Taylor, which took place last j[ was very lovely in her wedding gown, ,
v 44 I la beautiful creataion of white chiffon T. T. MUNROE, President. j ij(
+ the
i j evening: at home of the bride'sparents i
:tJ for $1,00 ** ** Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Shep- II| with brocaded satin stripes, and Z. C. CHAMBLISS, Vice President. J H I

s ** <4 I pard Scott, on Fort King avenue. I trimmed in duchess lace, built over A. E. GERIG, Cashier. | ':

+ The entire lower floor of this attractive I chiffon and taffeta. It was made J ,I
---___n ___ __ .4 I sligbtly princess and with ht'rH'I., j -- -- --- ------ -- ---- -- -- -?-
home, the rooms of which I 11
r ; H i iopen into each other ; ding veil falling to the hem of her
by large folding @ e@ e O Q j
I I skirt and carrying a shower bouquet e G 0
!t 4Postotf ice !Drug: Store. i M i doors beautiful, was Florida a bower bamboo of green being, usedin the i, of brides' roses and lilies of theal-' '

the most artistic profusion. The I; ley, she was a picture of girlish lo\e-1'! a) Y THE JEWELER YEl1t <3 :

I t ? I stairway was latticed with bamboo. :, liness. She also wore a handsome t) !
4 I and the large doors separating the I pearl and diamond necklace, which !'
Prescriptions Prspared Properly 'g J Je
rooms were also draped with the was a gift Mr. Taylor. g
.. t It. ... .o bamboo. The attractive maid of honor was CHRISTMAS

.**....*...****..***.*..<>*..*....*.**.**.**>....Rfif The ceremony was set for six-thirty gowned in lavender radium silk, her
C5..............4..O..4..04..000..46.a4N44.00i o'clock, and a few minutes after six I flowers being tied with white tulle, I ? WATCHES ALL KINDS 6) 1
f the rooms began to fill with the most and she looked exceedingly handsome.The t GOLD BROOCHES e) i
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-- - -- intimate friends of the young couple, groomsmen wore evening suits. e $1.50 to $25.00: 6) j

/ Local and Personal From Friday's Daily. about sixty of whom were asked to their ornaments being beautiful stick 3 DIAMOND BROOCHES 0 :

Meeting of King's DaughtersThe witness the marriage. pins, the gifts of the groom and each o $5.00 to $175.00 !
King's Daughters held their Miss Kate Gamsby, at the piano, j i wore a white japonica as a boutoniere. GOLD BRACELETS &
I Miss Mattie Pyles, the pleasant and I a
regular monthly meeting yesterday accompanied by :Miss Minna Hampton -! Mrs. Scott wore a lovely gown of $4.50 to $60 &" 11
offlclent cashUT at the Hunter DrugCuuipanv's
morning in the Methodist church witb of Gainesville playing the violin, pearl gray mousseline, elaborately |! 1i i GOLD HAT PINS 1 !
store, is quite ill at the
a large attendance. Mrs. C. L. Bit- gave a delightful musical program trimmed with Princess lace, and the ]i S I $2.00 up 11
rj her mother in the second
tinger, against her protests, was elect- j j while the SIGNET RINGS
ward guests were assembling. At bride's grandmother, Mrs. Clardj', ;; @ (J :I

ed president for another term, as well ;C:3: <) the officiating clergyman, Dr. W. wore a handsome black silk gown. f1>. $1,25 up a j I
as all the old officers for their faithfulness Dodge, of the Presbyterian church, The parlor. which the DIAMOND RINGS
, Mr and Mrs. Ben Raysor, who are j IH. ceremonywas c, ;:: j
' niM'n liiiK the winter in Palatka, are i and efficient manner in which and to the strains of "0, Perfect performed was particularly attractive U" $2.00 up "J1 I' they performed tbeir duties. The officers Love," by Mrs. W. J. @ GOLD NECKLACES Qt ;
, 1; In (kala for a few days. Mr. Raysor I sung Byrne, accompanied in its decorations. Ropes of : I
- came tlm'iIl to cast has vote for mayor elected are: President, Mrs. C. by Mrs. R. G. Blake on asparagus ferns were draped from I (\) 13 to 22 inch, $2.00 up e I

today. r L. Bittinger; vice presidents for the the piano, the bridal party descendedthe I the chandelier to the ceiling and entirely @ GOLD LOCKETS ..
? various churches, Mrs. W. W. Clyattfor stairs, the bride with her maidof around the room were drapings all sizes $3.00 to $50.00 a I

. The Banner has no desire to place the Methodist; Mrs. S. A. Stand- honor, Miss Maude Kennerly of of the bamboo. On one of the win- GOLD VEST CHAINS '"
ihr Star in a false; position. The I5ann.r ley, Baptist; Mrs. II. L. Anderson Palatka coming last, passing through dows was an immense green heart, $7.50 up If
obtained its information directly Presbyterian; Mrs. II. C. Groves, the aisle in the hallway which was I! behind which were concealed the SOLID GOLD BABY PINS (I

from Mr Green: and what he said was Christian; Mrs. Jake Brown for the formed by the other attendants. In I I II il ring, thimble, dime and the penny. E:; $1.00 per pair amt up g, !I1

affirm"! \by une ot the members oft Hebrew synagogue; Mrs. Charles I the parlor they met Mr. Taylor and !J After the ceremony a large reception 1 SECRET SOCIETY I
h.' hoard of county commissioners Rheinauer, secretary; Mrs. Jake I his best man, Mr. William D. Taylor. i j I was held many of the friends r ry CHARMS, BUTTONS AND PINS ''

who was with Mr. Green. Brown, treasurer. The following committee Standing in the parlor with them !I! calling to offer congratulations and I 0 GOLD SLEEVE BUTTONS (; I i
was apointed to audit the were the groom's sister, Miss Mamie best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. $2.00 to $30.00
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dale and their books and make out a report for the Taylor, and the bride's brother, Dr. A salad course, with hot coffee and .I q GOLD STICK PINS it ,

twauuful little daughter, Virginia I. past year's work, viz: Mrs. Bittinger, E. L. Scott of Birmingham. The ceremony I sandwiches, and almonds in lavender i I t I i1 GOLD TIE CLASPS 6)
f 'r'. short visit. They came especially society is making a good showing and j j by Dr. Dodge, and at its conclusion j I i served buffet style to the guests and I PENS i
to ...... Mr. Dale's mother, who re- no worthy object has been presented Miss Gamsby and Miss Hampton ren- after the conclusion of this reception
Mils al\lVI>rne88' but wt Is noW but what it has.been promptly attend. tiered in a most delightful manner !; the bridal party were entertainat :': Sans Grade of Goods fur Less Money than: Any itaoe in Otdld.

ijulte !.icC at the hospital in this city. ed to.The ;the Mendelssohn wedding march. supper. i: ) SOUTH SIDE COURT HOUSE vcr ,j i

Thlll' return to their home in I A pretty coincidence of this wed- The table, at which were seated I i,,I ":'"-.,...., !fI' -'
1 tlm"; --Mll.' today. Citlens' Gas Company Changes ding was the fact that Dr. Dodge per- twenty-four, was in the form of a T, j (?to- J'I- :.' ,;';'1.. AI I "t'-

,r' Hands formed the ceremony that united the and Decorated in white and green. i :-.l:'';' THE JEWELER ?.. t.1
W.- un<1>'rataml that Mr. Marlow hast Mr. C. W. Hunter has purchased1the lives of Mr. tbe' I ,
and Mrs.
Scott twentysix i flowers used being brides roses ,
''t'0 iMrdonrd. Mr. Lewis, state controlling stock of the Ocala :t).. {g t;

NI'Ot11l! insHCa.I.'" I

link pn'! euu>d a largely signed petition assume charge of the same. Miss ,
Margaret Taylor, Miss Sallie and painted in gold. A supper was '
ax King: for a pardon. Mr. Mar- Mr. Hunter contemplates many Camp, Miss Valeta Potter, Miss Meta I' served in courses the first course be- .I -- -- -------- -- --- -

l luw U now an old man and those who changes, and will put the plant in Jewett, Miss Sarah McCreery, :Miss ing oyster cocktail. Tomato jelly Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs. N. L Gottlieb Mrs. Elizabeth Calhoun Johnson
ttijCUHl the petition thought that the thorough shape by uncovering all the Airs. \V. S. Bullock, Misses Elizabeth.j Mrs. Elizabeth Calhoun JuiuiMwDecember
Alice Bullock and Miss Annie Mathews I was cut in hearts and pierced with I
vindicated and the mains and :Newsom Irma Blake and Nellie Gott- died 3. IH
law had la-en fully giving everything a com- < and the : '7. at Wh. .Ion.
groomsmen were golden arrows, the salted almonds in '
oho man had bv give its patrons as good service as The wedding gifts were displayed : from South Carolina but.... town
:Mayo, O. B Howse, G. H. Ford. Stephen I were served in white weddin bells.
can be obtained anywhere in the same Jewett, James in an up-stairs room and were greatly. living in Florida for a luac tiles. with
Taylor and J. H. During the evening Mrs. Scott was
lieu George G. Mathews editor of line: of business. 1' Workman. admired. They were exceedingly her daughter Mrs J. J. MiSMSj of
assisted by Mrs. Charles Rheinauer,
the 'iutOlflli Record, was in town Monday The Gas Company is a fixture in handsome and included a beautiful variety -! Williston. Mrs. Johnson
j The WM formn
bridesmaids all wore exquisite Mr* B. J. Potter, Mrs. Robert Blake
und his friends in this county Ocala and its patrons will be pleased of silver, cut glass, china and ly Miss Calhoun a daughter of 8. ('a).

mill be pleased to learn that he is to learn of the improvements con- i I j! '" furniture.Mr. Noun of BarnVo't II, S. C art a descendant .
making quite a success of his new templated. !|i 'SV" and Mrs. Taylor left on the ear of James Calbova) ad kit

n-nture. He is in love with his work i f ly morning train for a wedding trip wife Katherine Montgomery, tboi ...

, \ and U admirably adapted for it, as The bicycle business of Mr. R. K. fi.j i of two weeks, and on their return grated i to America from Dontqptl, Ireland
, -. t be baa always devoted his leisure Yonge has been sold to Mr. Ben F. :[ SHOES home they will reside with :Mr. and in 1733. She was BMrrM to

moments worshipping: at the literary Condon, who will combine it with his I j il Mrs. Scott. The destination of their James Becket Johneon, MQ of Hlrfc-

aarlne and is tho author of several own In his new quarters In the post- i wedding Journey has been kept a se ard Johnson of Cbarkakw. 8. C to

Jove and hUtortcal romances. He office block. A large repair shop, !i cret.The 1825.! She leaves ttvcral taJMn*.

promises lOOn to begin the' publication work room and other necessary additions THAT FIT THE FEET < groom is one of Ocala's most Mr. T. H. Johnson of Ocala, .,... Mr
of another romance with all the to the business will be made in I| substantial young business men, being J. J. Mlxson WilHstoa. Mrs L. VMixson ,
trtmmicirt of love, villainy and thrilling a short time, of which we will hat i! a member of the firm of Meffert of Dunnellon, and Mm. tarts

&dff'nturtlie expects to run the more to ay at no distant day. I II I'P I II and Taylor, and of the Ocala Manufacturing Biniker of Jacksonville. Fit. H.r
circulation of his paper into the J Company. He is not only son, Senator J. J. Jofcduoa. died
thousand Banner ads pay.Manufactured. R ICE S well liked in the business world of two months ago. Mrs. Joham WM

Ocala but is also popular in social circles first cousin to one of this eotwlry
AN OPPORTUNITY In Ocala I I and he has won for his wife a greatest statesmen Job C. Caihoua.
To lease on favorable terms a 90-acre Do you know that we are making
most and talented
young She was a member of the 1IIpt11'lt
tract of fine land for trucking; an cement brick in Ocala, which are superior ;'
girl. They begin their married life
Ideal place for Sea Island cotton, pecan in lasting quality to any other | under the most favorable auspicesand

gracing, peach orchard or velvet make of brick on the market, and we. .. .. _u have the best wishes of a host of Life at Silver Springs
beans; situation beautiful; on North can sell them as cheap as other makes< friends.Mr. Mr. C.
: < I of Caadlr: and
1. Lake Weir. Or will sell this land, in large or small quantities. We also .

, i. with twelve acres of as rich land as manufacture and have on hand hexagon I The Marion Shoe Co.J. I :M. H. Morrison was in to see his brotber-in-law., and wife, of Seymour Mr. Clyde, II Williams and
any in Florida upon which there is blocks for paving i
purposes.We I I us Thursday and paid us his financial Mr. and Mrs. McClymoads rf < mats! ,
one of the best orange groves, now will be glad to answer all in ( M. Meffert D. B. Mayo.) i! respects. He says that he enjoys with friends from Virginia It' out
in bwtrinc. It interested, write or quiries and show samples. [ the Banner and It to continuei ,
wants the
at Lake Weir, Fla., within thirty WOOD {.\R SAND AND STONE CO.
see me j j i its visitations to his home. launch .
> OCALA, FLORIDA. I enjoyed a ride, and *n. will
days; after that time at Waco P. 0. Box 95C, < in their
praise of beautif-1 l
our '
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Teiai. U. E. Burnham. 11."_2.4t. 104tf.. Ocala, Florida. g mA il !J ". ..... .... -= I BANNER ADS BRING RESULTS. ery.

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"rr:: _'j,;. W..tcr ""' '" ,- ____ICIL'>i..i'iUi1:' !: ._ MY .. '1! II'"T"" "': i:. ,,.tioY!'> I' ,,7P'E i .tr.Dr. .il
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MEET MEAT Hew Goods Galore 4 MEET MEAT

Having just returned from New York and other Eastern Markets with a most complete line of Goods, I am now
prepared to show to the people of this section of Florida such a variety of goods as they have never before seen here.
'I In this :stock will be found the greatest aggregation of LADIES' SLIT AND SKIRTS in the city. They are hand
tailored and made of the best fabrics obtainable and in the latest fashions, and considering price and quality they are !a .

j. KLEIN'S I being sold as low as it is possible to handle this class of goods. An immense line of J e KLE1 E I I' U

Men's Clothing and Furnishingsalso

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

seen to be appreciated. Then, too. they are being sold at especially attractive prices. Also Boys' Knee Pants Suits,
gives full values for sizes 4 to 18. The stock of LADIES' AND MEN'S SHOES now being shown here cannot be duplicated in Central in the line
Florida. All kinds, from the highest grade patent leather to the best heavy leather for hard-wearing purposes. Full

dollar line of Dress Goods in all kinds of Silks, etc. Underwear for the whole family may be found here, and in fact eyery- of Wearing Apparel
every spent thing 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
\ there. display goods, henoe the 16west prices prevail on the entire stock young.


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mapped too Feat rrom nts prow, beholding t CIIAITER VI. would you kindly tell me where I ff MAC Y :
the slain pickets prone on the IIRE was a great din of could get some dinner? "' MclVE
grass with thoruUKh satisfaction. Yet I whacking and hammering that "What's the matter with that? Inquired f :

,- I J JI he felt tired for the day was already I: [I morn in;;. Heel worked like a fled: Dinting to the roast I .

If Ift hot with a moist and soaking: seacoagt'':' J that he had com which still preserved an air of fallen
I <:: un-I : He had liked the look of FURNITURE DEALERSWE
RedSaondersIIF.HRY Leat, to bleb the \phiiuHnuu wu i pany. A sudden: thought struck him greatness

t accustoiied.; A thrtt-'luarter ;:roan } and be went Into the house the other instantly.
t boy passed by.: loiiiiKiMS on the seat The stranger looked first at Red and
"MattK"! said he.
II. J of a farm wa DU. II "Well, Will?" then at the roast "The only"tiling 1 CARRY EVERYTHING IN THE LINE opi 'v

1\ "He)'!" hailed He I. The tiny stopped "I for the rest of that nice can see the matter with that, he answered I
I see a use "
and turned slowly aru.l.: I "is that I it is a slice! t. 'I tiick.! Parlor Suits
I WALLACE PHILLIPS. II j, I big roast of Ut-f I smell In the ovenlet's i House Furnishings j
cried Red.You get H.Mattif'
"Yes, sir, be au .uore.i courteously have all these fellers stay to "Keuol"!
I I enough. -dinner and give 'em one good feed. another plate au.l v.".'a ip..as! r-> I Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered and Reed a

1 up; t IIfht, tat, h>' Mi'dure.J'hlliips. & "Want a jo >V said Ited. fit. Sit down, sir and rest your fevered i

1 L-- ---'--aj.a.i- ; .--J I "Well, I duiino" replied the boy. What"Why do, I'd you like siyT'to Will, but I don't feet If you don't like walkingany ; Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits

He was much astonished at the appearance I.i know-wlu'W*!! I set them?" better than! I do, you'ie probably! In Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye of all kinds-Mohogany and Oak A
of his Interrogator, and he of one of the cor.tmandiueuts +' r
'GtC----------- "Couple of boards outside for a ta Ftrewn Maple, and Oak.
was a cautious New England boy to ble-let them sit ou boxes or something.Got all the way from where China and Crockery
( Continued next week.) this apple!
toot dropped to
the stage you
plates aud things enough? MlSS5on Furniture Complete nne-Omner
"You don't know?" retorted Red. Mt
"My, yes: Plenty of such things.R'111. tree. Odd Pieces
"'Yell1th sarcasm, "de that I did make In all the different finishes II
It wall almost wltb a feeling ot ter- soc suppose ." "It seems to me

IW that Mtas Wattle beheld him root 1 could find out at the postoffice?" "Then If it ain't too much trouble for some remarks that I never learned at

.$ the fence. Her Idea! of repairing; The boy looked at Hal with a twinkle my mother's knpe," returned the other I
you w e 1.: let It Fos"
flan to put In a picket here and there In h1.:; eye and a comical drawingof "No trouble at all Will-it will be a laughing. "And I'm exceedingly;

ttlwfv It was most nc...li-d. Red's was his long mouth."I obliged for the invitation as theredoesn't
regular picnic.
te knock It al! flat first and wt It up calculate If you cud fin' out any- seen to be a hotel here, and r
"Boys, you'll eat with me day.
la Al ""lllnt"n i ? afterward So In two w'eres 'twould be there," said he. lied.Th I am but a degree south of starva
hood il.ne he t htraixhtvufd up and Led laughed. lIe had noticed the said tion." All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Porters
the board table beneathan
____u busy postmistress rushing out of her < y spread "Red or black?" asked the host with and Upholstering Goods .
old apple tree and cleaned up for t
i store to waylay any one likely to have a quick glance at his guest.

ThI E A rrl Information on any subject, a stream the with repast an apologetic In the kitchen"Sorry storm to trouble shed I The other caught the allusion. "I I Heaters, F5ang.es Cook Stoves 1.

of questions proceeding from her haven't followed the deal," he replied
through the door. you Miss Saunders or such a mat "but I'll chance It on the red." t Full Lint' of L'p-i.tt-gate Picture.framed, awlunfrj;, Ill"-!. and.! Picture -

I IC "Say, you got anything particular ter as each went In. Somehow he felt Instantly at home f I rouldiI g.;;. Fuil stuek'if: !
Just Miss Mattie withdrawing 1
as was
-OX- I II to do? and at ease It was a quality that Red :
II I the meat from the oven there camea ; I Farm and Turpentine Wagons Harness and
I "No, sir"; leastways th'ain't no hurryabout" knock at the door. I Saunders dispersed wherever he went. .I| Saddles

it. I "There sir," said Red, forwarding I
I "Goodness, gracious! she exclaimed. you are, II I Exclusive sale of the beat on earth- th> Studebaker.And .#
('an I buy stuff to make a fence full of juicy meat. wagon
Cold a plate \
Storage with around here?" "Who can that be now? Will," will I "The ladles will supply the decora- I carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriage 01'4M
you see who that is? I cart go.
"Yes, sir; Sir. I'ettlgrew's got all tions."
said Red and the I
"Surer! wuit to
hinds of bulldia' material at his; store I
"Do like vegetable.
as a
door. There stood two of that
-two mile over yonder," pointing with I Fir?" inquired Miss 1Iattie.I M
indefinite period between forty and
W@ cadre to announce that our tbe whip. dressed aud with I "No, he doesn't" interrupted Red I IJ
sixty, decently
"You drive over there for me and! I
: "lie likes it animal. Never ,
Cold Storage Department for the curing I : as an saw
visible In
some agitation: way they
get some -just like this here-pii k-ts : Plaster J
who looked less like Brick. Lime, Cement, ,
I any one a vegetable -
of meat U now open. fussily adjusted various parts of their
and whatever call them
and posts you than our friend." The youngman's ': BuildingMaterial q Hair, Lath, :shingles, aijdOils
W. are the COLD STORAGE PIONEERS attire.
long pieces, and I'll make It right withy I laugh out above the oth
OF FLORIDA, Lave given the I u." They started at the sudden spectacle : Flintkote Roofing,
curing of meat the closest study for "Yes sir. How much will I get?" of the huge man who said pleasantly, I ers.Poor Miss Mattie was confused. hit's'' I I
White Lead Varnishes. Etc
"Oh tell him fill the "How der do, ladies? ,
bra and our uniform past good service to wagon up I! too bad of you Will, to put such a :
is the very best evidence of our with It, and I'll send back what I "Why. how do you do?' replied the j I meaning on my words," she said. : Wall Paper. Alabastine and M-ignite Wall Paint-.

ability 10 serve you. don't want. Hustle, now, like a gIn!d taller instantly and in a voice she bad I 'The strange part of It is," spoke A nd give U3 a trial. a SSL, We will no: bp undersold and w ill j :N.J
boy; I want to get shut of this job; never heard before. "I hope you'rewell ( ,
W. therefore READY. the man seeing an opportunity
announce : young
I l1kt'tllt bettor before I begun." sir, a remark which filled her I II
W. want you to appreciate that it with surprise. !I for a joke and to deal courteously with \ Mciver &, Mackay
When his Mercury had speeded on I II

nm.a. superior equipment, including the journey at a faster gait )piau ited "Thanks, I'm able to assume the per- I K I! oJ

duplicate machinery in case of accident would have given him credit for the pendicular as you can see," responded ? -- ---- -- -

and skilled assistants to do the architect strode down to the black- Red. with a handsome smile of wel <
work in the best possible manner. mlth's shop. There was a larger come. "How do you find yourself?" ,I t t -

la this connection we cannot too crowd than usual around the forge, "I'm pretty swell" said the I

as the advent of the stranger had got lady. "How do you do?" \A f LLQTS
strongly urge upon our friends to take %
Into the wind, and the village Vulcan Turned if we ain't right back dp'k t 4 1
.telr meat where they KNOW it will : : rOO I
hate the attention. It is was a person who not only looked tb* we started from," mourned Red Res / fts? mR 5=?0 1 F U1. i
proper whole world in the face, but no one biraself. "If it's one of the customs PREPAID fry ,,

GUESS WORK for you to let us serve of the maiden ladies of Tairfield could this country saying bow der do' an H .. / i.g .2.[ :'- ;>>, .
to- "' 't <1m
you again have excelled his interest in looking hour at a stretch, I pass it up." Aloudhe 2i$ u --,' : EXPrif55 !

TO muse: storing meat ror the nrst I the whole world as much in the inside said: "Coming along fine. How's 2fcT, vTC3 -* ?? .., .. j "' .
.": \
time, we would refer to our friends- Packet as possible. The blacksmith your father?" "Cess me if I ilou't: ( Zk .4 h ) 5 rivM
: tl PJ csb 1
YOUR NEIGHBORS-who are so well was emphatically a man of gossip, as shift the cut a little anyhow," he added { > \ .' I I12Q

satisfied with our past faithful ser well as a hardworking, G : '4 f
"Why, he's"Cry well indeed! exclaimed .4fl3w// Pi, ;;::). C;; i)0 4a&idi,

vice.Please note that our smoke-houses "Say, there he comes now, Mr. Tut- the lady, with fervor. "How" 7'9 .: ; ,._ &/ ,..,
tle!" cried on*. of the loungers, and She got no further on the query, fo r k.1 l\ :.. .,r "", -1 ._ - Ii
will be in operation and will also ,,,, .
we ... .
the smith look. the other :
nudged to woman interrupted ia a tone _. .t I 5ffvLS iio! fi
be ready to smoke the meat for those "Well let him !" retorted the of scandal. ft I iI <
come "Mary Ana Demilt how S lfi

so desiring. smith testily jamming a shoe in thee can you talk like that? Your father's i $ 1 I- > ) l.f"" \t ,.j f 1 ;fc US'DEIl&oz 1 ,

Soliciting your future patronage, w fire with unnecessary force; as a mat been dead this five year last August!" : % SJS Im r I

Leg to remain ter of fact he was embarrassed. The The horror of the moment was broken ,'." ISllA; : io.. .. -' 5 WAtf '
..J "IkF X

Your friends, loungers huddled together for moral by the appearance of Miss :Mattie,, 'l ;; ." ............._. .\._l t't too
the lootne-1 '+ I
support as big; cowman crying hospitably on seeing the visitors ; l $ I2

FLORIDA PACKING &. ICE CO. through the doorway. "Why, Mary and Pauline, how do :: (f .."

SIMON BENJAMIN, Sec'y. "Good morning, friendsT* said he. you do?* i ;

"Good morning, sir! !?' replied the The shorter one, Pauline, looked

HERMAN BENJAMIN, Igr. blacksmith, rubbing his hands on his and said sharply, "We're well enough up,, CHAS BLUM & COMPANY if

The usual prices will prevail apron. 'ke day, sir." Mattie." She was weary of the form ( i: ,

In making your shipments be care- "For the sake of good fellowship I'll "Come right in," said Miss Mattie Jacksonville Fla.KNIGHTxMARTINCO. t

tt lul to mark plainly, say yes' to that," responded TIed "but "You're just In time for dinner." ,
Foot of the table is Hiss Mottle Snundm. ..
If want honest the
you ay opinion on There was a great protest at this. ."' --

e subject it's d-n hot" They "hadn't a moment to spare;;
I 'T!:; that," assented the smith, and they were "just going down to the his entertainers at the same tiiae "the :'

r .1 silence: followed. !IJt'culiar fact is that my name is Let- : HARDV\lARE
corner and had stopped to say, etc."You've .
I "Say, who's your crack fence builder tK""Lettncer i
Make no MistakeS got to help me, said Miss i
around here," asked Red-"the uau Mattie. "Will here has Invited the I. cried Red. "Mattle, i i

from that can make two pickets grow where boys who are working; for him to stay I apologize he Is a vegetable." I

shipments, our only!; one grew before and do It so wy to dinner: and it won't be any more At which they all laughed; again. !

friends, intended for us have that it's a pleasure to sit and look at than Christian for you to help me, I "And now," said Red, "I'm Red: i! ri--- -oj n a 0fi
... _
.. _
hits?" out. Saunders, late of the Chanta Seecuee i| or w \:}.r .
failed to reach us because they I' ranch, territory of Dakota-state of '
"Hey? inquired the smith, not pre- "Ladies," said Red, "if you dou't J
marked eir'ly! getting the meaning of the :ul"V.'hy. I North Dakota, I mean. Cua't get used '!
were wrong. : want to starve a man who's deserving: i

Be careful to mark plainly tlrc s. of a better fate take oil your. fixings 'I to a Dick the state on this business.Ce: ">f me There's and two a Bill Johns and I j
I've fence build l
got a to exclaimed and come out to dinner. No, he continued I \
and a Samm ca the other. Foot of
our correct address. iced "and uow I want :one: to their protests, which he observed \
the table is Hiss:: : Mutie: Saunders, next At the T. \V. Smith ofe ( 'r>. ) rl! S'n'1.*
h>li --want it so bad I'll produce to the were growing; weaker, "It's 110,

Florida Pacing & Ice Co extent: of three: a day and call it a day trouble at all. There's plenty for ev to Doolittle lier-just and as:Mss the! ::Mary run-Miss Ann Pauline Demist : OCALA, FLORIDA,

from Ul'tm 0 j o'clock. Any takers erybody. Come one, come all, this

OCALA, FLA.T12RO6BRED here? Make" your bets while the littlo house shall fly clean off its base as you're who may seeking I be "kin to the gentleman Come and see us when in need of anything :n ,

bail rolls. soon as I: Now, for heaven's sake,
I I I The loungers understood the general ladies, it's all settled-come on!" stranger."Mr. Thomas F. Demilt?" .asked the the way of

drift of this and pricked up their ears, Whereat they laughed nervously and @
1 I as did the blacksmith. "Guess one of took off their hats. "He's my sister, responded Miss

D i P POULTRY the !boys will help you," said the latter. It was a jolly dinner party. The Mary Ann. Whereat the youths buried Farming Implements I ,
their faces in the '.
as Mr.Thom-.
"Well, who's it?" asked lied felloRed
glancing young had picked up 'In
as F., in spite of Wire
FOR SALE at the circle of faces. Three dollars the blacksmith's shop were not the ordinary many excellent qualities Fencing
here a pathetic resemblance to ,
a day was enormous wages in quality of loungers. They were the title.

Klt+,.i.. .l.in.i i I!.-..isH. that part of the country. Nobody boys of good country parentage, with "I Stoves Pumps

trr..i ,,-ks! I knew just what t'> say. I a common school education who unfortunately I mean, "that, continued I'm his brother.the lady" hurriedly /,

I "Oh, well," cried Red, "let's everybody : could dud nothing to do Guns
Bt! u-k M 1 inllr"',m' I "By Jimmy, ma'am," exclaimed Red Ammunition
.. ... run! I reckon I can find something bat the occasional odd job. Of course ,
t ', rl.lI. : t .i EI\'h. I i "but yours is a "
to do for the five of you. Are It would not take long to transform family! l
I "What Miss Demilt wishes to Sash Doors I Ifi
.\!,\) A fort I'iMiii-'h lluck Hens, $1 you with me? them into common ne'er do wells, but cut in Miss say, jj
with ,
"Yes. sir, they said promptly. now they were some asperity
merely thoughtlessboys.
". h. .nK: K.far llatthing after "is that Mr. Thomas Faulken- ...
"Can I borrow .
a hammer or so off Blinds Paint
1'. !',U.tr1.. stone Demilt is her brother." She did ) etc.
$= |HT srtUUgLM you, old man? questioned Red of the The whole affair had an al frescofia'or .
smith."Certainly: not add, as extreme candor would have
....T POULTRY{ Y(5RDSMM. ( which stoppered convention I urged "And I have some hope
sir, returned the latter The remote In
two women visitors tat
pitched and I
everything !
alas, but there-of becoming sIs- usually carried: in a !;;rt! t tclass
w M. SHOCKLEY heartily. "Take what you want. had as good a time as anybody.
ter to Miss Demilt "
luch oW ed. And the gate bulges In the middle of the festivities myself. Hardware Store.
IAIN'rll. Fla. a "Than!, *' 1
: said
you Leftist "Shall I
out whack.
are Miss Saunders' young man walked past the front
be able to see him this "
place, you know. Come over and takea fence
-R stranger evidently for his
squint at 'em In the and "Oh, mercy, yes!" said :Miss Mary ==oiiTQ- =i
near by by, clothes wore the cut of a city, andcosmopolitan a Ann. "Tom is home 4

2,000: BUSHELS will you? May as well" lit It up all at up to date city at that "I can thank the all kind day fates for
wiu-e. Come on, boys: He stopped and looked
at the
house, "
Bancroft's Proof It was thus that the greatest enterprise hesitated a moment and that, said Lettis. "I had begun to
fust{ then walked i
I think he was a myth," and
that Falrfitfld had seen in manya In, back to where the folk were eating. he fell in Knight=Martin CO.i
upon the tender meat: with
Oats day was undertaken. Miss Mattie "Excuse me," said he as they looked vigorous

wart Amply astounded as the army up at him, "but Isn't this Mr. Demilfshouse tins appetite of youth and a good diges

Yield 50 to 100 per cent more bore down upon the house. ?' ---- -- t ;. .
sataaaiel; Lettis J
"Whatever In tie world U was by no means a -.r
$ven Tctai or Natives. A momentary silence followed fool
as It and he had
Will doing said she, but experience In business -
resting! was not clear whose turn It was to but the McMillan
$1.00 BUSHELF. strong/ In the faith that It was neves- answer. Miss Mattie glanced around fellow mainspring of the young Bros.
was frankness
and In
0. B. Sacked" narllj all right she was content to the
wait for dinner and an explanation. and finding Red's ere on her replied: course of the dinner he told hh errand.

Eden Gem Cantaloupe Seed, Not sv the postmistress. The agoniesof "No, sir. Mr. Demllt's! house is abouta Mr. Demilt had written to his firm explaining Southern Copper Works

saved from melons grown spe- unrequited curiosity the worthy mile farther up the road." the advantages of starting a

stilly for ked at Rocky Ford, woman suffered that morning until "Dear me!" said the young man rue- strawboard factory In Tairfield. It

C.lrado, sho at last summoned up her resolution tully He was a spick and span intelligent was too small a thing for the firm t,. Manufacturers

and asked the smith plump out looking! man with less of the be interested in, but Lettis had a small of Turpentine Stills

$2.00 A POUNDEden anti out what It all meant would! Las e dandy about him than the air of a capital which he wished to Invest ia
Watermelon to be experienced to U appreciated. man who had never worn anything an enterprise of his own handling and and General Metal Workers.

from Seed, laved i And the smith: kept her hanging! for bat clothes of the proper trim and it had struck him that there might be
center of the melon, at become quite used a chance ---
awhile to It. Neverthelessthe for independence
i too. saying to himself in justl- ; therefore 4
$1.00 A POUND l ficatlou that It wasn't right the way sweat stood out in drops on his. he had come to find out the lay of the Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

Grown by mt at Blackvllle S. that old gal had to get into every forehead for Falrfield's front "strvet" land. through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or l

ff C. body's business. The smith was like savored of a less moral region than It : Red Saunders' first glance liking of wire will receive prompt attention at either of the .

f C. H, M0TH1S. some of the rest of us-he could seethrough really was on a broiling summer day. I the stranger deepened as he told of following worksFAYETTENLLE .

I beam If It was In tla own The young man sighed frankly and Ms busIness The cowman dId not "
8. C. eye. wiped his head. "Well, that's too blame people who took obrloes ,\ I

; ," ,ba.d." _he.said. ;"I'ma, stranger_ here- and dealt" ', >to amMpiidci. ., fop his ways.ex- N. C. SAVANNAH, OA .
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Local I and Personal THE BRICK REJECTED j I i I[ From Saturday's Daily. I GRAND JURY PRESENTMENTWe I I II
MaJltr UMIU Thc Council, at a Special Meeting, !i REFERRED TO the grand jurors impaneled for .

'".. Mla of St. Augus I Pass Resolutions, and Put It Up I I this term of the court having com :
prominent I
banker and phos to the Fitzgerald Company We understand that the saloon menJfelt i j
"11"'. luau wa. among the well pleted our labors, now offer this, our Wm. G. Hunter Uses
: A special meeting of the city council : aggrieved upon reading the following !final
.Me in tl.i'.i.& in I IN'ala Saturday. i I presentment: Pe-ru-na As a Family \
was held Saturday morning to '!' statement, which appeared in I We have had occasion to investi

1t! rind Mrs Httu-u 1. Mayo and I take action in the matter of the pay i yesterday evening's Star about the ,gate more than the usual number of Medicine. ,
.' rat nrhlUHti uf Jacksonti ling brick, which many claim do not proceedings pertaining to the with criminal cases and have returned --

C"! J the 4'h rllil mal'l holt I come up to the requirements of the I drawal of names from the petition' bills in such cases as we believe the WHEN a man f undoubted reputa

asking for a wet or dry election viz: i comes ot t squarely In pnbhr .-
1t.I.1 i bath :.Mr Major nlaMi contract. would warrant petit juries
:.r print,giving unqualified endorsement t. f
I Those present at the special session "That whole pages were thrown out i iI in finding the parties charged guilty. : ,
& household remedy there must be; something
- --- were tbe following aldermen: J. I which were recognied as forgeries. i, While we have had a greater: number' genuine to account for it. ,

HhHlMii" r, mho is the 1 D. Robertson president; A. G. Gates, I!We desire to say that this in no way of cases than usual, but few of them' Hon. W. G. Hnnterof North Carolina -

i ..i >I.. ..n.-d ?-,,iMj ni tea<.h"r at L W. Duval R. R. Carroll, D. E. Me '! referred to the saloon men nor the I have bet-n ot a serious nature. well-known i Washington anti j

tt' I.M unii.-i is sendingth'. Iver and Charles Rbeinauer.I I men who sought those signatures, but I In accordance with in.tradions of throughout! Southern States, ,says of

M t < .t..t 'lIh! her aunt ,,ii! A l letter was read from Dr. F. T. to tlv men,'wboever they may be, that the court we haveisiteil; the various -' Peruna that he regards: it u the greatest, F

i I t. 'i < it> '[ Schrciber. He had made tests of too I by their signatures to the said docu- officewhore the courts business family medicine ever discovered.He "

--- -- ments that they had signed said petition doe not hesitate to say tha .
I brick and said that they absorbed five is transacted and also the jail ; .
\,f" 'I. i" Timor and h-r prtttjM' Pernna invigorates and glvea fresh "
times as much moisture as a first for a- wet and dry election and and other county property.
'It '"' f MtM'ofi, t.l artIn the strength to mind and body. ,'
withdrew the same.-Ocala Evening
class vitrified brick should absorb. Clerk's Office ;
\ 1 1 I I. ",i rt > ,ii '"> Mr* 'I l 11 i,;ii'jr''> moth I 6. Such testimonials u this ought to .. .
After considerable discussion the Star, Friday, I I The improvements over this office make Pernna .
popular.No 0(
MM i Itiifnl'.r''! :iinl will ret ,
'council adopted the following: The whiskey men must feel very : now and as it existed in the old court : advertising known to tin arts of

-+. tit d'( r th.i LII"lIa" boil i Whereas, The Fitzgerald CompanyI proud of their organ. The trouble is : house i is so great as to make it difficult man, no commercial management could

I ar I has placed certain Catskill and Augus- it is not true to. them and la trying to i for us to do it justice!: All of th' I ever raise Perana to such a high; standard : -
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la brick on the public streets for the ride double. I public records are carefully kept and of appreciation u the frank and unqualified -
II I'tn'u+ ?f < ui'mi Plan'
1 purpose of using same in paving cer- Of course the Star could not ha';e i filed away in the fireproof uiut! : statements of such men. f
t iiniiiK "ti! ttt.tla. and .
---- Peruna Is
tain streets! under the contract wilt referred to the men who withdrew which vault is furnished! with ste.-1 an
i l 'i '. ii lr'I fur <;Iaia\ :sv '- PE-RU- Ideal household
the city of Ocala. and their names from the petition callingfor shelves filing cases and tattles, and
I\ Alii t !! \1 i i Irti'inlx be A Reliable remedy. It ward
I \\lI'rtRs. It is the sense of the a "wet" anddry" election because so arranged as to make any doc':i- Remedy ,
nit 'e.'e i t to .t't ml! t ihi1 win for Coids. off colds and relieves r
i <'iiirifil that the aid brick are not the a man does nut commit a for- went, no matter how small or how catarrh tn
"d i hf 111101' i i iI
i brick specified in the said contract. gery when he withdraws his name f old easily found For the arrant- : all its; form and phases.By .
I .
It, U I* r t
.if,,i'r- in t$> window, hint- 1 i Itt'suhcd. That we reject all the "Whole pages" says the Star "wt>re I orderly manner in which tK office i h : cleanses the body of those conditions

I' 1 Ii al< '"'' .if tt" pl a-ins; t., ....iii| brick and 1 notify the Fitzgerald: thrown out which were recognized as 1 kept credit: must be given TO the d" rk :I which Invite chronic diseases. :. HCri WM. C MUNTEH.

.' tnti I ,i.;r' tl'I, children! to Company not to use any of said brick forgeries." It stands to reason J at I of the court. Cold Affected head Throat and Lan!s. Cough Colds Catarrh

f. ,1.! 'C.'it lli"III. wh'thel ; illla'iuJ\ the streets and parts thereof if whole pages of names were recognized Sheriffs Office i Mr. Matthew O'llare. William St.. .:__

I t I' r.nt4 ..1' hilI : aa named: in said contract, and that as forgeries, the men whose We found this office in good condi{ Fall River, Mass., writes: I Relieved By Pe-ru-na j ji

!'this' resolution with a copy thereof names were forged were not responsible tion. All records and documents are "About four years ago; I consulted a

I"I, < .inn. il ant Ilatl h1 j t !h. served upon the Fitzgerald Company for the same. properly kept. We wish particular! physician to get relief from s cold i' Bon Wm. G Hunter. ex-ouMBtwr S!
I which had stopped up ny head and also North Carolina; L'MUtw", writes
\1' !1I"la uhn IUHt' bane In another place the Star says: to say that the sheriff has been very .
settled on from the Census OCu Buiiiliru. WM .
my lunjrs; reuniting m catarrh -
> .. t int) .>.vi i.11 )ear. are Wo have not heard the Fitzgerald "Colonel O. T. Green leading coun- energetic and vigilant in the process in
I' II and also throat: difficulties. i ,!ton, D. C.. concerning IVruna
-l i". niii tai,'r in Swit/i-rland. Company's statement, but shall be sel for the wets, appeared before the returnable to this grand jury and "lie Isme soma medicine but tour

*t .j A' I.. i'Tul\! M I'.M! at ChilI glad 1 to print its side of the story. board this morning, and took excep- thereby greatly expedited the public' months faithful use of the same did me .. The greatest family medklee

j tion to a statement made by the Star I ever diswiered. In my opink.
M > .Kt\i .1 ''at': business. ao good I then tried other doctors, but t.
Resolutions of Respect last evening, that he threw down a Tax Collector's Office it was just the same. : which comes from etpetknce *t
I t veil as observation is Per HIM. The
\If t I ...,1.-* t> .nil. 1'1uf this I Whereas, Our Heavenly Father has petition demanding 850 names be We found this office in its usual "So I decided to try Peruna and after most common affliction to humankind -

." ; I ', iV* h.1 I -|pI'ndd' |! | |IJO- I removed from her sphere of usefulness withdrawn from the petition, and 140 good condition. All records kept up using two bottles my tangs began to is. bad roil Pervna drlte

t' I a "t 'ti >tre liaiiks '11| I \ on earth our sister, Mrs. A. T. names improperly stricken be restor- to date and the tax collector vigilantand heal, I did not cough nearly: so much It our of doors wands off tatsrrh.Invigorates .

t "'! J" ,I!I' p '' III, .\,,, 'I..nlin ; tu ; wartz, the Woman's Mission Society ed. The attorney, as we hear the attentive to all his duties. and slept better. andgi\ fresh strength
"In six months the con;: h, catarrh to mind and body, I give \n.AA
,. matt :'t.II,, lin .ti I'' II hi> I.n.ltt.s uf the Baptist church desires to put matter contends he did not say the Tax Assessor's Office and throat difficulties were all cured."I my unqualified endorsement "

1ri I M.. f. \It.. \\ \\' ('Batt.I I on record their appreciation of her list contained S50 names. The Star We were unable to visit the tax asspssor's ww pleased With the result and
virtues therefore be it I Mr. there but received
many reporter was not office.Superintendent. I wish to write you of It. Seven bottlesof
*+, H< i. *tti Ii I.,\ n'turned this Resolved, That in her death the the statement from others, men of s of Public I Instruction's -i Peruna cured me." writes:

.,", tfc k :-0<,I".t.-r! uiil. t? whK'b I Baptist church has lost an earnest and for honor and fairness I "I think that Pernna i% the greatesttonic
high standing Office A. L. Hewitt, J. P., West Berlin, Vt.. i that wu: ever on the market.
s i-Ui. h*)> I ,li>.l !mi lat 'l'lll'shtY t consistent member the Sunday who contend he did make the state- i writes = "! am put
.I We found this office :m Its M-SJ.I! happy to be able to write For several years my eyes bothered IB.
i':. M" I, >r hi. 'iiiiKhi-r. Mi>sM ; ,,hool a zealous and patient teacher ment as given in the Star and emphasized : good condition. Everything being I you this letter in relation to what your so much. The pain was so severe soowtimt

< I ." 10" {111'1": h ill! Ik' glad he Mission Society an interested and the first part of the statement properly kept and the welfare: of thi> Peruna has; done for my family. : 1 would think they would iaratf

I. ni' < i" i I. I I I mipntvtdM faithful worker her home circle a tend v'>en he threw down the list of 14u school children well cared for. I "When I brought the first bottle hone, i burst out of rny btW.I .

t 1,1 ,\ ii,mi *" I'' \Ii!,- M.illi I .'r and devoted wife and mother and names, improperly stricken that together County Commissioners I I found my wife and daughter both I ../ tried Pernna and Kanalla end am

I'I i '" T t. wh"'n ell? the community a kind and sympathetic they represented a thousand We found this office in good condnouWe :: nr.k-my wife with Indigestion and my I today a well man. am sure! I -i,grid

..1{ n :.+ I. iti.i 11 "I'noiuh (lit1. neighbor and friend. daughter; with a severe cold. They {, have: diet had it not been for Dr iUrtman's -
names. feel however it iour duty to
were both cured."I .
\ i I"t i 'i\, hiM'\otfllp"lJI | Resolved, That we hereby tender to It does seem to us that if the Star publicly approve the action of the am willing to !state that Pernna, I: won testimony ierfnl: medicine a..i the, Pernna"Such atove hu

--- the bereaved husband and children jouii' apologize to the saloon men who taken in the hPg'nnute.
board of county commissioners in : will curs the gI v"n Pt-runa a lush!: standard in the *>
th KO'MII' I r.tftmll en- I.
\ 4'' t and other relatives and friends, our procured too "withdrawals" "whole beautifying and improving the conn worm cold in 24 to & :,ours" t i timvtion of the puLae.
-,i -, \irnl of ih.-tr fri-nds very
i. rum-
I' sincere sympathy, and pray God'srichest pages of which," it says, "were recog- ty's property upon which is located I
the home ---
niforttuiM't' >-ir rooms at
blessing to rest upon and nized as forgeries," it might also have the court house. I

>f Mr"tin( \M1IUniwin.. Friday abide with them forever. afforded to apologize to Colonel County Jail
H..lhC U na- I ihf ftrttt anniversary COLD
Resolved That though we cannot STORAGE
Green. We found the same old jail and
..f ih.-tr HMirrlmc.* an understand the of her removal
mystery its sanitary condition as good as could
a rwt .$....nt .
Iff the Mill') .'a, of the previous y,ar. sion to the will of Him who hath said: As soon as the good women of Ocala County Poor Farm

sad if frtHuli that were with tht"mloCI that the board of county OFMEATS
learned com-
'\"bat I do thou knowest not now We found this in good condition

Kr4a* fvnilnt rry much fojoy but thou shalt know hereafter." missioners tad called an election to and fourteen inmates, all well cared

.U. UII be sent to the bereaved husband Marion county they immediately sent them up for another year. We find

I Kditor: Mlttnfvr of th* Ocala Star and a copy to the Ocala Banner to Asheville N. C., for the mottos I however, in the last six months, the

\ .hiWrvtiiratac from the cemeterycvcttteff. and one to the Evening Star for pub- used:: so successfully by the good women I farm has cost the county over and
of that city In the memorable
ha4a. rwi Into a"lre lication.MRS. above any money arising ,
F. R. GARY. prohibition contest that attracted almost -
month. In
arre.. fife.. sad .)aNd kit knee- the sum of $102 per our .
MRS. JOHN L. EDWARDS.Committee., national attention, and placarded -
is excessive and
tlk.w$. ata fM ll*.i. Now. the guestta opinion this expense ,
the public square with them early I should be reduced. We beg to announce to the public thatwe
....r.lly ar.... If Brother Dlttln- !,
.... rveovvrnd from the Saturday morning. Registration Office i

Orela Ile."a+MUaft, Mrt" 'ODYt"ntlon.-Or.- that sometimes A Dangerous terminates Deadlock faatally is Following are samples of the mot-- On investigation of this office we are ready to cure meats. We solicit your

iss4. ..............,. Say. Dob. don't the stoppoge of liver and bowel func- tos: find the books worn to some extent

Ml ..... mat of k"hooI.-DuDDt tions. To quickly end this:: condition "Red-rum" spelled backwards spells Also incumbered with a great many patronage and guarantee satisfaction.

without disagreeable sensations. Dr. murder. names a large number of which have
AhnrshII King's New Life Pills should alwaysbe "God bless the man who votes for
t cannot bt said that Editor Guaranteed absolute- been stricken off, without any reason
at at your remedy. "
nttiiuici.i rts- Kt..ing "double". that satisfactory in every case or )'ourmon'y Mother, Home and Heaven. assigned for such action. We recommend OCALA ICE & PACKING COMPANY

"tit for It hillt since btvn said that back at Tydiugs & Co's. drug- "Sow Whiskey and Reap Drunk therefore that the county com-

h. .t..i Id .........." .,,-,- at all. store. :5c.! x ards." missioners cause a new set of book MEFFERT & TAYLOROCALA
"Where Are Our Wandering
to be printed, and instruct the supervisor
Placed in False Position !
Col. Green a ?" '
I I.. I IkU_"e of the Florida Christi Boys of registration to have arrange-
O. T. Green appeared before Votes Life Into the
Attorney "The Man Who the FLORIDA
ments made to secure registra-
letter writ- ,
,", x tvoiate contains a
the county commisioners today Saloon. Votes Hell Into the Boys!" I tion of all qualified electors prior to _---.z.--- __ __
former _
r. n, Mr 8 S Harris a -- - -- -
1 China with a paper which said the newspapers "The Hypocrite Who Prays: Thy the next primary election. : --- -
i !ii I '. u "( I'tt r, nli.i has ROUt to 7. aggsaimarff repFBinBBEHBEMrg*
Come and The Sa-
Kingdom votes: JUdge's
.t' t MI--,\i.-tiaiv T'A'! letter is of Ocala had misrepresentedhim County OfficeW I M

"rill' II, i i \ ,nak: !. l I.tptn: before in the presentation of names before loons Must Stay. "> found this office in good condition !

h"riiu A' .1'! n CUnn S'i-! weir o"t : said commissioners on the "wet The women engaged in putting up : AI books and records properly ; l\lILLli'ERY

.. their yin the placards were Mrs E. Van Hood. Vept We wish to compliment the : |
I!'" r \\ 1 hidt, t .Irr\! 1 ere 'or dry" election, and asked '
:Mrs T. E. Bridges Mrs Futch aguest
lio.u landed declined to act.- county. ju tar) t I.' .1,1 I t wh n tilt : i dication. They { I -
:: of Mrs. Bridg.esIrs.. H C. -
all ," ,'. a i''", I'ItWb: gail and Ocala Evening Star, Dec. 7. I : !manner .n which he prepaid t the papers \ -
I Groves Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and :
app,1"+ ,*. 'I turned i : in his honor i i The above is partly true. A resolution I! Richard McConathy. \Irs'i. in cases bound over by him to I is, well known in this section, this store has

Mr I' i Mildan entertamin was drawn up by Mr. H. L. Anderson this rand jury.Treasurer's. A
Rev R. V. Atkisson and :Mr E. W. ,
|HU r !II' ....III. \1'1')' much pleased I attorney for the dry side I i OfficeIt always carried the largest stock of Millinery
Agnew assisted the ladies in their
with th.' .i.iUlike appearance of the stating that Mr. O T. Green had been II is almost useless to say anything

Japanese t 1. tits" and the cleanly man- misrepresented in certain statements work. about this office. Every grand jury in Ocala, and this year's supply is by
ThE placards were taken down at
K In whirh hare! kept. She says that he had made or said to have I since Mr. Pasteur was: elected, has
.JIt night but we presume will be put be in first class far the finest we have had.
the to When
tf.I' 'r.-.'-, ant flowers resemble those made before the commissioners. The reported same ever looking -
I back from time to time until the election a''
until it has become
p' \r Flomia. and when she saw the ole- resolutionvas not adopted becausethe condition now : for fall
is over. II headwear the ladies will stand in
andt-rii and orange trees in bloom she commissioners held that it was! 'I matter of courrse that it is so. I II ,
If the saloons are not closed it will I
To the balance of the county offi-
fit 1'en" much at tome. She was par- I not a county matter yet individually 1 I I their own light if they fail to
I be no fault of the good women. heretofore } inspect our
daIs mentioned -
tlruUrlv! strut-k with the carved I I they assented as to the correctness of not

work "r the Japanese, in which art the statements contained in the reso- Beware of Frequent ColdsA we extend our than.s for all I;. line. Lady clerks in attendance will take

they si-el all other nations. lution. succession of colds or a protracted courtesies shown. I

We cannot understand why the cold' is almost certain to end in I Respectfully submitted I pleasure in showing these goods,

For That Dull Feeling After Eating"I Star wants to persist in placing :Mr. chronic catarrh from which few per- WILLIAM M. GIST, I
have nt 'd alh 41Jver Tablets for some time.nd Green In a false position especially ery cold the attention it deserves and I

f'aritltr that then have done as he Is representing the interests it you may avoid this disagreeable dis Attest: I

tae more good than any tablets I have 1 Is:: supposed to be espousing.We ease. How can you cure a cold? Why W. W. STRIPLING, Clerk. i J. 'LKLEIB:

ever used My trouble was a heavy: not try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy i

dull feellnR after E'ltlnDavid Bow Our AcknowledgementsEditor It is highly recommended. Mrs. M. Here's Good Advice I SOUTH SIDE COURT HOUSE OCALA
Freeman. Kempt Nova Scotia. Thee! White of Butler. Tenn., says "Sever.al 0. S. Woolever, one of the best ,
tablets strengthen tt, stomach and Harris seems so well satisfied years ago I was bothered with my I known merchants of Le Raysville N. j

Improve the digestion. They also with his consistency on the wet throat and lungs. Someone told me f., says: "If you are ever troubled M t...... r ---- -- .t! __.

regulate the liver and bowels. They or dry question and the Inconsistencyof of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I with piles, apply Bucklen's Arnica

are far superior to pills' but cost noktnore the Star on the same question that began using it and it relieved me at Salve It cured me of them for good -
let a free sample at at drug- once. Now my throat and lungs are JO years ago." Cures every sore, .
** R1sta and tee what a splendid medicine we have no disposition to jar his se sound and well." For sale by all wound, burn or abrasion. 23c. at Ty- Banner Job Rooms for fine Printing

it 13. x renity.-Ocala Star, druggists. x dings & Co'*, drugstore. x i


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Jacksonville has still another can. IT MAY MEAN WAR For the Ocala Banner:
(ildate! In the person of Ion L. Farris, -

L I epresentative from Duval countyhe in The recall of Ambassador Aoki by I .

FRANK HARRIS, Editor.P. t, last legislature, who will opose< the Japanese government Is the sensation Meat Inspection greatly ( liii t poke loot and powlaM.)

II V. Leavengood, Business ManagFRIDAY i, 1 Representative Frank Clark forotter's the of the hour. Sanitary science bas been roSITIVE etRES OJ' iLL FORKS i.YD 8T"ara or _
of the lac- _HA.Xl
seat in congress. Mr. Farris extended since the advent
: Captain Nash, Instead of being .;
e \ .s a bright young man, with pronounc- orient terial origin of many diseases. It is J yon w'J1 l"IalD t Anil lad
of Ocala,.may be in the P. P.did as
:d convictions and the courage to mayor a well established fact that some I Physicum ndor8 P. &it'with W ute cf< energy aadaif.t.ra .'u.-.'eWN l
I the little brown men next combination, and prescribe tua.tiia ....
fit I mice them. He is, however, tackling facing parasitic diseases are common to man I tor the em'!IiI of all oTortitir-g ; areeareegreat :Jt'

qtr j.i strong man when he goes up against year, or be may be on the Pacific and many of the domestic animal I forma MttafMtion and_.ages of Primary Secondary La.lawixee UM of r. P.F.e7aemaawer.ywahoeeblxdiemanlmttweea '

lepresentative Clark, and, while his slope beating them back from landing; a disease may not Syphllla. Syphilitic Eh ttEatwm. ''
In some instances I Bud Tertiary ...yty
andidacy serve to make him acquainted shores. symptoms : Ecrofulou Ulcers and Sorwi.GlwdularSirellia. C .- .
4 may on our always manifest the same ti -j.-H-rual :: ne ah-. .u.d .r

4/ 4I I [ with the voters of the
t net and thus be of value for some correspondent of the Chicago Tri. it does in animals and the disf'ase."I hey Coiaptants

b future contest, it is hardly likely It that bune, is keenly significant: found may be caused I by
it will at this time cause Mr. Clark; The recall of Viscount Aoki, i the I micro-organism. Yet such ; ;;
the same SCROfULA
allY uneasiness.-Pensacola Journa Japanese ambassador, is the diploa l disease is transmissable from an- !'

ic sensation of the day In Washing- from man to animal
la DECEMBER 13, 1907 mals to man or
i If any think that Hon. Park Tram- Tbe common illustrations of such di : e..
JmlK1 H.t.t"lIh"rI, \ a noted IJrOhi-i :iK-11 will not show up well in the race; significance was heightened, eases are found in tuberculosis armthrox. : hlltre.otmeIllCat&rrhSJdn C, .l! 'av.' : ... I- r.

bltiom-t orator of Thomaxville. Ga., I :[or the Uuited States senate, they :are yesterday by information allowed to It is a positive fact that during i haTereai DLaeasee.t*: ChrOmo l'.mae ,.6\ |pri.lu, ,.... I ., ..... t 14411.

*s enthusing thing in Jacksonville I placing themselves in a positionet to leak out that he had been withdra the last few years a sufficient I Complaints Marcurlal Pica.. Tatter, VI'" 19v 4.1 by 4-1 L rlsry:..a t

_____ -- IJ badly fooled. Trammell will i p
Mrs. Anna M. Bradley, the slayer of I I : ., large vote all over South Florida. to his government by President losis, swine plague, hog cholera, and : P. P. P. is &pow.rl'l.. bm 1inl up the 2 ProDrt tore
frtMtur drown of Utah, was prompt.; :nd will probably have to be reckon. Roosevelt that he would be glad to numerous other local diseases fever, I II eicaUict stem rtlpttly. If you are weal ud

iy acquitted by a Washington jury. I ed with the second primary. Soutb have the ambassador remain accredited ?tc., have been observed in the south I Ito I ( ble&ud feel badly try P. P. P. and 9avannsh Cn

Florida has not had a senator in along to the United States. justify a thorough and effictei 4

It to stated that Secretary Tart time and the fact that one is al. While the authorities are not a little in city. We mlY: I
neat inspection your
vole a mule across the Philippine I eady in the United States senate; puzzled and a great deal concerned also state that it is only a question! RHE MATISM

He will mount the elephant when i he I, from Jacksonville and that the I two over the strange course of the Japanese of time until we have a national and

its back. lost formidable candidates for this! government they claim it and .
state law requiring each state ..... ""
office bail from that city will assist should have no doubt as to the friendly : sanitary inspectors. If I Icity i iI ...., l -- --
real : to
Red-haired gulf coast girls are I
'rammell materially in his race. the United States.
very of
purposes the aim of the mpat :
! will not only be
a beauties and make real help-!
-Wauchula Ad"ocate.The in naval circles elicited i the I
of the ways:
to cut off one
mates to even ordinary looking men. nformation that reports had been ra- nspector the germs of dist>ase j
I Times. anxiousnow to ot transmitting House Wine Roonjs
Tampa Tribune that Ja. cda
liIUt eived from Tokio stowing:: to man but also to eliminate from the I )
bow many of those who came; is losing no time in preparing 1 her
Coac.oii is now in session, and toovntry :. out at Ocala will stay out at the bidding I pan ood of man the poisonous chemic ,
for war.
must have more of "Teddj; Is there I navy ompounds: known as Ptomaines TRY OUR
of the primary. embassy was notified by
A foreign leu-I'
Bat relief la in sight-he positive I somaines and organic ferments ;
bas doubt the subject? Are we to ha\-e
on its naval representative in the Japanese ; .
the body of
4IIe1mea a "third term. be developed
nlar a primary election that decides nothing .. capital that "Japan was arming nay de-I
disease or may be <
animal during j
? If the Tribune knows of any. not und r. OLD)
1 Japan h.n called Ambassador AoLOOM. it to; the teeth" and he "could < eloped in decomposing meat. lany
reasonable ground for its of the United
It. It may or may not mean much. stand the supineness of these chemical compounds are very
settle the question
ould be well to "
Tl* ambassador says that he uBake States poisonous, and they cannot always l be
fore we hold the primary. The
an oral report to his govei, lestroyed by cooking the meat s as PURE IJYE
IItp4 emocratic party in Florida need i not Prof. James McIntosh Bell, director
sect the of disease. For in-
an germs
invite destruction by dividing itseIt of the geological survey of New Zea-
in the disease known as tetanus -
The administration still wants more into warring factions refusing to obey and now visiting this country, says I tance,
) the tetanus bacillus -
Bum) fur the navy than for the iiprovemeut too primary as it was once common hat: the extension of suffrage to "\00- : (lock-ja-sv
full Qts
i.i or in some way produces a Put
of the rivers and barboi: to deny obedience to the nen has resulted hi better legislati tetati up
hemical substance called : ,
a tor! the schools and the home, and in :
aDd it wants fifty million dollars I for
i in
fhich is a very powerful poison;
i for Cartoons
1M latter. i higher standard of character in Fancy
fact, will kill a healthy man or 1.orsein ::
I It is not every person who can raise ?utlic officials. One marked t ature

<< II it be truo that a "forgery" vscweaiitted :; 2-foot sugar cane and 50-pound cabbage is the tendency of the members of a. a short time If a comparative!
of it is infected into' Delivered at
why not blame the guilty; but there are people In Franklin amity[ to vote together. The influ. mall quantity your
circulation. It is in the same mailer
fifty? Why blame the man whose ounty who have done these tzings. ?tare of the family in public aka:

c Dane was forged? That's a pretLoWdy' Really there are people who has been increased, since each family that many other poisonous diet Express OfficFor
in the
cal compounds are developed
do. an't raise sheol-but they don't know low counts two or more votes, while
is here in which hu e ody of animals during disease. It I is
how. The soil but
--- ---- a bachelor counts one. 8320kgular
T& South Georgia Conference ot I egetables can be raised economic bvious to well informed medical men

Ute Methodist Episcopal church, ly. Franklin county needs more flers Just read this from the Brooksvi or any educated man that thoroug

South, passed a resolution asking the! -men who know how-and i t the Argus: and efficient meat Inspection is a

IwtoraUun of the motto "In God we Sort should be made to secure these "All the world loves a lover," but practical means of preventing many $1.00 a.Quart Whiskey write for

Wilt" to the coin;. men that the wilderness may be beified hey: prefer that he does not yum-yi diseases in the human family. I sathorough" ;

-- .-Apalachicola Times. too much in public. Kissing is fearfully "' and "efficient" because complete Price list.

Carrie Nation is getting a world ot disgusting-unless we are one here is a tendency on the part of the

advertising out of the simple statement Royal C. Dunn candidate for railroad ot the parties powers who appoint inspectors to ap-I y

I, that she will kiss no man who! commissioner, is perhaps i the To think that an old man like Russell point political favorites, regardless i ot House Wine OGfas.

I I'I ua a tobacco. The editor of this i iPer pa- best man in the race for this impor. would be guilty of penning such heir qualifications. That day i is oar

has a kiss coming.In tant office at the present time. ]Heis Ines. It's too much for us. We pass passed when a man can be an expert

f i a young man. but has had years ot it up to Joe Dickson-the item; not in more than one thing. It Is a great OCALA. FLORIDA.

these days of credit currency we experience as secretary of the com. be klssing.-Lake City Index. mistake to think that a druggist carpenter : ___---_- -=--.,
Mould not be surprised to see President --- -
mission, and has more thorough horse-trader, liveryman, or

,. Roosevelt recommend the adoption knowledge of the workings of the General Warren Keifer of Ohio: butcher can make an efficient meat THE

of tl.. Ocala platform: as to gctrsment commission in this state. He has nl. does not grow more tolerant as he: inspector, without a special educatio

warl'hou .-Atlant Journ: ways stood close to the people, and grows older. He is still waving thlisfigured for such work. '

has no taint of corporate influence. garment and is going i up Not only should we inspect our MarioQ Hardware ConjpaijyHEADQUARTERS )
Jack-onville continues to show that
bout him. If elected he would stand md down the halls of congress cryIng meats, anti and post mortem, but Wp
$Fie wants all the offices in sight. She
for the people Manatee Record.A aloud: Southern representation should look after the sanitary conditions -
JAI candidate.for governor, Unit
In congress must be cut down!" Poor, as to the way it is kept and has -
11ta"11 .-nutor. cungerssman, etc.'
Tallahassee dspatcb says tha] >erblind, feeble-minded man. led. HEALTH ENTHUSIAST.-
Juburn 1It! simply cannot repre tbe governor has suspended from
it.r ,r"t',1 I collector of X- ;as.sau We have not read the president
M. D. Jones, tax "Mrs.
Caroline F. Corbin of Chica-
Sash Doors and Blinds
L "kiver to klver," but ,
county, and apponted J. D. Ogil- message from
go. in a letter just issued, claims tha
term. Jone believe it be safely stated that 1 he )
vie to fill the unexpired can
the defeat of municipal woman suffrage Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, -
have left Fernandina in Oc' toes not recommend the Ocala plat.
is; said to
CUTIGURA by a tie vote in the recent Chicago -
tober, and it is alleged that his ac'count3 form as a panacea for existing: currency Charter Convention, was due tothe Mill and Mining Supplies,

are short $1000. His wher< a evils. My. my! but won't Tom unwomanly behavior of the women

bouts: are now unknown. It is report Watson be madder than ever! who came before the Charter Convention Turpentine Snpplies,

WORKSVnJOERS E'd I that te went to South America- to p1a1 Tor It. As the petitioners Tools- O
I Li ivo Oak Democrat. When Joe Dickson and the editlJr Improved Farming ,
were led by Jane Adams Mrs
of the Index get as old as Bros. lIar.
-<-- -
enrotin[ an(' cth 'r women who ar
Testimonials Rec-ji,2d; Daily Telling! Henry Gassaway Davis, the possessor ris and Bittinger, it will be a pleasu: mong the most highly respected iihicago i GET OUR PRICESMarion

of $30,000,000 at the age of 84, hI to them to refer the rising young
of W ndenJ! Cures of Torturing ( the of that
the : : : : papers city an
I about; to marry a poor girl. He wa! men to those old gentlemen. who made I
taking fun of Mrs. Corbin's
Humors of; accu: a.tions.
Disfiguring Hardware
the democratic vice presidential nom- the Star and the Banner of Ocala flous. Company
It will be remembered that v I
T the Skin, Scalp! and Blood. iU;ee three years ago and is still readfor < r .-Lake City Index. with
organizations, an aggn',ati -
sort of a stunt. WE
almost any

CURES ARE SPEEDY thought ex-Governor Bloxham youth That Editor Law might have full med members the ip Chicago of 10,000 Charter women Convention peti-- ....;...... .............. ..... ....................

ful when he led a bride to the altar al time[ in which to eat his turkey. the i .
AND PERMANENT for suffrage, while only one smal
of ;:, but Hon. Henry Gass tartow Courier-Informant was
society (Mrs. Corbin's SEBD
him in the shade. twelve hours ahead of time" last, ) petition< 4 ;
-1 .aa afHiftii; w.t1ttfiua: on mjuui war Davis puts reek. They're getting swift in their. ; against; it.Jacksonville. < i
riser h iiuii :1\lt: II:'". !alic.il treat I V '
anent h! r t\v<> v\nk l ? b l ,:r hI Pl' avail ]I Editor Storrs of DeFuniak is no upHdate old days.-Lake City Index. I Screened Selected Stock i .
has three
I candidaates, ,
Ibwi "oiliiiff the Cuticura
(oiiiii.t i politician. He still hangs !01 --------
hriii-.i ', ?..I.I ." r ; -.;ah i u it cukos ois offiiloulil New Orleans is to be dry. Fumf <' ; en&aeola has two and Tampa has: I LOWEST PRICES. ;/ S !

C'- ;, irj .:,v|, .,.,(. to c I.HK os Cuticuraii'i I to the obsolete, notion that the Scaz>rac cocktails! Is the earth i teI i tvo. The other sections of the stat<:' I I:
r t II ,,i t fur, .\ I 1K- i ,>r .t mouth 1 IN I I set.1tht: man and says sos iII 1 : I Soil if lI
I I a grain of parched corn-?- art: liabi to kick and claim an unfairdivi.ol1. : I: Write for booklet.- 'IhlSH on ,
i 1A rt' t'iv| i' .r. ,\\t \ti; ,, Ji .nie B.. I hi own cast a*> A pos.;;1hlc' Candida come our POTATOES, t
U lOo"':! un: ,. \lin-:: 1 I.. i i', :1). \0. 1.,, Democrat.1 'ourier-Jourt'al' ; But then Jacksonville, liktsooe I; :
!% \ \' tl .:'w .,' iIl' goveinor.-Liu' Oak I m0t11p1" ; has so many childm I Seed, Planting, Cultivation, Effect of Fertilizing fIi
I 'hile Editor S:oni-. not ou a down- i Pi.n : .
I Th' Fine Xi !'unal Dink i 01 l "J'" GJi1 tlW what [o .!'o -.\paiach! '
ANOThER CURE ; search for Uu o3ke he is puttin Digging and Shipping.&TOOMEHFER1LTIZER .
I r 4iu; Pitb"I'' : -: III' !Brett frc',!! 'u ;1''j] ''CtJ.t: T": '. '. ,
out "ft-.'lei?'' and Hay gradual :
I 1 ; r th.ui
'f. c: r U';}
: yean I
f "i '! < "- ti-e; v x -.1 \\tfJtil uj I. ( itch ou.There I : :.- -: -: -- .::-..': V' -- ...-__- Ii WILSON COMPAQ :

fc*:" .1 1 '.<' II' Ih1:1 a auk. Physician: .
} -
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f in i t tQu.tOi ( ( +.c tQi "Mt) I
wt n' .t.itl io !ittt lid fj me, but they .( .
the ban! '
is on 1-
I Jai unt> guvj' \uf ti:ing st med todeBM i r., (*- Manufacturers of .
TI\!. jf tM..l until one day oae of my I wagon in Florida for the few mor4 1

rlt'lId"" ..1\ ".*\l HH-, to try the CutieuraKtimiiua (.udidates for the United States se!l- (P .IDEAL FERTILIZERS. I It

gild wbch 1 did, and in leasUwn : ate. And the water wagon is al ::' Nursing baby? 1
tour 'h..u I was made \>J1. 1urwl ]I
I coming into popular service for senatorial f.a t'ain .
the (\nupk TiVi stmelt, consist.! JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ;
... of t'uticura Stu \jticura Oiut- transportation. In fact the wter It's a heavy su on mother. d. '

..it mid 1'uttcnr.i Villa and I found wagon promises to lead the pr(.. tl\or ."... t ..."aiao oovaiaasee.+ ii i. .+.... ...N.........N,

tkwiiaUeryiunraoful.f My friends wem ssiou.-Live Oak Democrat.The Her system is i c a 11 d to supplyrbhment -=- -- --t ,'
IWfirMtl at ut-h a quirk cure, and I f upon i> ----- -- --- -- ---- - -
iBi gLtJ lu tdl \erybody what the Unit r\ nourishment for 1 ia t..n o. 1/1.-. ; GEl F O OD
1 'uttl.'wa Keimslntue done tot supreme court of the .. 11.tt S HAS KIN( :

0 KrthMiii .cun, .\h' 50, Calif.,. I States: bas decided the cases of thY V t" FOR THE FORM AND COMPLEXION"

0i .y :'t, hUi." I \ ebster Coal Company and the Pen Some form of :IcI lo that will :,: DO NOT BEI THIN

AND STILL ANOTHER I Ivania Coal and Coke Company v! b h'I BEAUTY i; trret.tbe: 'ta: a gat "ij :II ,r;'Iv: ,accr,,' L'nr: )1'l'.e .:,I.: 'n:l <
: be easily taken I -- <
;) ui Y .. ou; ctniieiare: : -, ni I-e sere than via ;ut } \.jur prrciou- oJI" ;: ..A.ri'ht .
i .
*' h' the Pennsylvania Railroad Compan '''C. Agr u u tt a IU3.t.<:r uf yearn but ui (eelmg. and: beauty id womi" > 1 L
i two c'.iMtvn hul the eeztntIle ,, i tilj is needed. ec 'f
I'M ,,' .. (h.d 1 it f|"f tor! uol.ths all \olving the right to examine tl .e : : A wise woman will 'timulate the charm sue is !,)">,iii<'. and en-leawr to retca-a lBO* i
Otter I ,, i\ \. I t\\IIId01 I ilroad company's books in favor (Ifl. t'ul..rion -,, he ha< lot '

.fV.' tN' 1 ,\\ .' t .\ :.f..l I Il'lUt'\: > I companies. 0 Scott'j Em contains the GEISHA SKIN FOOD -- ;
1Id't'I1\ t ,t ..._ the| l'llticUr\ the coal is hluld w; uttd every WUU131' who) nas the least desire t" be attract\ it I' i "r
tJnp-uati".1| fc-ajwi u ni'u'ct1: that will round out hollowed th'" 4. l"
r -i-.ace
possible of nourish4
b amount
R"4't'c i t' YtlllltUIJt'uti- greatest WR /1K.
i .4ral' : '' .I. I ,. 1 L waau'1 ; That is a vivid tale sent out fro *c way "osw .'i FIRM HEALTHY FLESH, an.l REMOVE
r \1I1t! '
'''It a l., :, d'?.k! a.v> cured Tampa about two Greek Ssbemn g ment in easily dige: ted L form. ft., LES from the lace ant hand;. no matter how deep the furrow FOR DEVELOPING lIa= '

My .--. .-11 i11iIt: .ted and : fighting for the possession of a bi {,'. equal it.THE r,. BUST or to nwxe the b1'\.t ir'n.! lanl'11 j hr! it". u.ar: ;" ?
prevent th; h'.t j'j u s 1 il1kIU' .itcr weantn.. oa'y
f I1.t ..1'I-t.J lur also, of deep down in the sea-nil Ie and b"by al".ay.tlseGEISH\ ....1111".1\. ..... "';
t t'i : Ki'tuLvlies sponge ; are wonderfully < I r00D. It- wi'i reore a i;
l the
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i merman Is tau \oJ 1'illl J' 'J ':nr'u 7lail.hi si.noesUlslle! ..tt':: tof I"PI ; "i
(,. i'i i? 1. .ii.. I, al.dlie alwtvs kC"IJ I 'fathoms: down, where the its use. i,. I :-"'errsal .anj<,.??. ,rw-. :, .,l' .:nl '? iav a ld-e..> OJu,'e ur."t"1.! .I 't' +.
... i uwl : comb their hai : .i wrii" J
'sing their songs and r. g ; --Iti'r-d : I ttv! ''rtiM ,f
lint.. i'. mir tale : of the or. ': 11- ;
flllDt.! )- And it ; ='f.\ jUt entnh lI cH'inc' you
; -Apalachicola Times. wnot !LS I''VJ'1 FREl '
....,. 1, \.11, May 3U. 1'JU6." : GZiSHA; SKIN FOOD \V1.l bcrnt free for ten cab,, w:1; ;
...........14. P......" I..... .Ch..... the first of April either. ALL DRUCC t" 5 r the Cx.: 'J! ,n I' PIc: d'V- Wl'J d,) ..enJ run our b tuUtt I
..,... ... I" .. Corp J.STS: 50c. AND $1.00 : bmt
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f .,. .'w,.... .. .. to..t 1 1k&Ic Bv..LJLt l King Oscar of Sweden is dead 3ltir' ) u (> (' Co9 90cx ; \{: Adirei? 'A'i' ?r'w;ill J>"MFG..';* m>i CO.rt":a,.'ana-3Uaacoik trill: dnection-t.t BUOJKIA'S devcl">,n V uOLlaHA Y h.: l/a1 J I'

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i I THE CITY ELECTIONOcala's The Ballad Concert .,. y.. .. ........ \""' 1=<:-. .1n'I "
The ballad concert, given under the: i
.1 municipal election passedoff I 1
Mr E !. ThuKanl! is visiting in auspices of St. Margaret's Guild at I
quietly Tuesday. The bar-
Jackalartlle very the armory Tuesday night, was decidedly -
rooms closed at six o'clock the night RHEINAUER'SLeading
a social success. A large crowd
Mia Mary Matt hat gone to Ken- previously which gave to the day a was present to greet the singers and y

t t Lucky. where she will spend several more than ordinarily quiet appear-
evinced their appreciation by applauding -
weeks with reJ&U,.. I
ance. them most liberally, and the sing- i
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Mr John M. Graham of this city The day was a beautiful one and ers in turn showed their appreciationby

; ''va' auioiiK tits business visitors in the partisans of the two candidateswere responding with several encores. t Mercantile House
;, ...,.wrayillt- bis week. out early and remained late ..... .....
The committee in charge of this
,i canvassing for their favorites. There event had gone to special pains to
Mr A. J. McLaughlin of Fairfield
were no disturbances of any sort to make it a success and everyone was .
cttatt down Tuesday afternoon to at- .
I i It'ud (b. ;ljtHtii concert. mar the occasion and the canvass delighted.A v ] 'in.- 1. 9 0 7
t -. was conducted on both sides with dig- double quintette composed of per

nity and decorum. Mrs. E. H. Mote Mrs. W. J. Byrne,

!Presbyter-u The result of the election in the :Mrs. George Pasteur Mrs. D. E. Mc-

'. various wards is as follows: 1 ver, Mrs. Will Goin, Messrs.: A. E. as. ,
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---- First WardJ. Gerig, C. S. Cullen, J. J. Gerig, D. S. I

1 r.4 *:' M I (II I Hi 11... nid "'".'cl Robit D. Robertson, 35. Woodrow and G. C. "Pasteur, began I Ladies' Ready toVear Suits in the leading fabrics of Dress '
'he concert by singing 0, Hush Thee.
i r < -Oul! r re j r>-> 'iiteii G. A. !Nash 13.Second. :

: 'I't u v, .1. in o<':aia! Tues- WardJ My Baby," and the closing number of ;|] Goods and Sil i s from $15.00 to $35.00.Ladies' '
'I:43 .1). Robertson'62. the program was a ballad "The Warrior -

G. A. Nash 43. Bold," by the same quintette of t
I : I < It Ki., "I.. .' t-du.)r of t'',- i Third Ward aplendid voices. Ready to Wear Skirts in Panama, Chiffon Cloth
"II I :sets K. I (I.. I n 'I'nd.1.- .I D. Robertson I.r.1. --. I "As Long as the World Rolls On" and Voile. Prices from $1.75 $15.50.
HJ.. ., ,l.lVh ''it a .. '..- I ; Nash, f4.Fourth. I was beautifully sung by :Mrs. Pasteur, ranging to
it ml I Ward I u hose voice was splendid and her

: : IIU"Il'II.1 J. D. Robertson :W.I 1 MLiTing greatly enjoyed. She was followed Ladies'; fcncj SilH Waists, Plain Sills lYoists, Net: Silk Waists.
Mr QutaF 1 ,ti'af > .f I) !! >
( :I. A. Sa-h, 42.! by Miss Sally Camp whose
huptlin; }Sung .' tor of the \,1 1 ,I Mr. A. G.; Gates was re-elected al- voice: in "Who'll Buy M"La"ender," Beautifully tailored from $3.75 to $7.50.
.. .It. waai a t I'UI ,t.> 1I'visitor ;tlti I
was exceedingly sveeLMrs.
.i.-rtnan in the! fir.- t ward without op- I -
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t N3' r 1 u' Mia) I |,.iMtion; :Mr. J. M. Meffert, alderman Byrne gave two number"A,
Mr. Ear'.. Stum "..- nf l'fnns} ha- t t.I .n the scvoiiii ward without opposi- May Morning" and "Berceuse." Mrs. I Our Dress Goods Department is by far the largest in town. We carry an extent ,

,ii AIM ,?i Ilw"! ; ui..r In O-'uUlt I II ng. Mr. 1-:. T. Helvenston received Byrne has an exquisite voice, and she I Ii t I sive line in all the leading weaves and colors at prices ranging from :iilc! to $3.04))
I i.T \'UtHin the third ward and Mr. H. i is:: always heard with a great deal of
) 1 1\' Mr s..: TLrUinK.! :and i iI. j I I' ',1 yard.WATCnr.
,X Fausett Mr. H. C. Jones was !pleasure[ by gala audiences. per

a ...i-- hf -.. _Mi- _Thrilling.K .- "\'ti'd alderman for the fourth ward Mr. Albert E. Gerig sang in a most 1 -- -= .... -_ .....__u----=.:-:: _. :::.:=== ::;: ==__-- .=:
Mr. L. W. Dual pleasing manner the beautiful song. ;
without opposition, and :
to y'1
R I HrUI; > hall gone : ; ;
; tai' .i'...ti'l t"h.! ttiiiual ('onferHn.i was elected alderman at large "Absent" by Metcalf and gave as an CTT VGHoney Back Taffetta Silk and the famous Mexinc .,

..ntr *. i tin* i>iv iding without opposition. encore, "Moon Dear." 4! OiJLl\.0. in all the leading colors from We( to JI/Jo.)
.. The friends of Captain Nash are Miss Mary Wartmann of Citra
.1. I _>.> iaiii it ill,- dUtrict.bif .
.- -- -- very much elated over his victory and came down especially to take part in

al. M HI.|I.. - Maddul, who has the friends of Mr. John D. Robertsonare this concert. She has just returned I IN OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. which is in our Annex we carry

... 'Ihl( in N irih (Carolina, Km- correspondingly cast down. home from Germany, where she has l Suits from $ IO.1I11 to $25.00:? for men. Youths' Suits from $7.AO to $ i ;;>.rO( Bo> s'

IMrt ,net! ..ibri.iui.. for several M,. Robertson has done so much I been studying vocal music for eighteen Suits from $1.50 to $7.7)0.: () The best selections in up-tc-date Merchandise and
tsrsl. i ii, |.u'. wiil l r. turn boBMt tQ81Or- and bas been so active in promoting months, and after spending the
hA certain public enterprises and had so I winter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. well tailored.

E. L. Wartmann will probably return f
many more in contemplation I t
1: H Mule and Mr ('baa. H. those of us who gave the city's weal I to Europe to continue her studies. Childrc-:

1 .....' t. )1"1 y.> tt.i.I afternoon fortagsbrarg vary much at heart feel that the elec- I She is a very attractive young girl. I IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT for Ladies Men Boys and

u> U.ik af-.r. in., nhippten of tioB yesterday Is reactionary, and is and her singing Tuesday night was | represented the best
Mr *.<... wmK< IW baa a teeW a vote of disapproval of the public most favorably received. Her voice is BRANDS IN AMERICARHEINAUER'S

s m.asure* that have been instituted.We sweet and melodious, and stowed to l
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Besides being active in public enterprises selected by her for this occasion. She I
"-t"' Tu4+*, .,'1. rnixin\ to spendi Mr. Robertson has likewise sang first "Das Maedchen und der '

a t. tut- .*. k in that tits ilh' txH-n active in private enterprises I| Schmetterling." by D'Albert, followed ,

U ft i II! -! if h.' f,1,'nd. Mr W J. Pit has contributed his full share in by "Volksleidchen," by Schumann, ,

lhi">> .r ihf upbuilding of the city. and as a closing number sang sweetly -

He had the nerve to do things, and "The Nightingale."
'M Y i t h fin- .1. ith the Hall j :
lid them. Pasteur I OCALA FLORIDA I )
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Ml i < 'i"\; after an z
We nope that Captain Nash will be j ,
saw, h. ,'f *. \t TI 1I"Ift.h. in Jai ;, I
to the of all.
'>tiay!! energetic and enterprising, regret
..ai 'ar.'t1 rn..l! in Urala and I I I
? /. .imi will measure up to the expectations Miss Byrd Wartmann, an accomplished a
j. ,?h.111'!|i \\ t'' I'ftrtli' tNhw
ar of his friends, and disappoint J and finished musician was the IcL na mt *.- .Agrm'bt! a *-! *w.'Kt'.r -m'o"i" r _" .Ii
TnU r ihono who voted against him by pushing I accompanist of the evening. I II -------

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,llttwta I. t'hl H' t' .hlltpt.n. violin accompaniment to the "Ber- 'I'I Does Ocala Want a Canning Factory? I where really low 1C. C. WILSON DEAD AT SAN FRANCISCO -
... I'1, and Mrs S and in course of construction for ,
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ceuse. sung bv Mrs. Byrne, and acquitted -
bbvIu .I."t '"tltlrrn It' Itt.lh ihf city's welfare to a successful condition I I
'i Ii himself in a splendid sent us a letter from Messrs. 0. brought about this
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.." 1M' no I i manner. Pressprich & Company of 200 Broadway I necessary for too Prominent Lawyer P asset Away After -
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The Ocala Reading Club I, N. Y., asking if Ocala was in examine the large Vain Search tar n>tt.n>m
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404 .I I The regular weekly meeting of the Mr. Atkisson Sunday need of a canning factory, and if so are displaying and of Health
.... r I Rev. R. V. Atkisson the would it encouragement for we are willing to
-- Ocala Reading Club was held Tuesday preached give any Charles C. Wilson of Bartow, Nat
I afternoon with Mrs. G. II. Harrison j I last sermon of the conference year the establishment of one? quences. "
}; \\ M 1't* I I the Mrs. Harrison is I to a good congregation Sunday night. Besides sending a copy of the let- The line consists
at rectory.
\ 4 N r .., ikBia \iooititut after bin I of Florida is dead. After
I t.'t.irtii'd to tircenvf one of the new members of the club His theme was: "Let your light so ter to the secretary of the board of watches diamond a at < Kbi
(BH in. (fc iv M' this and there are a number of sblrithat it may be seen of others." trade of Ocala we immediately entered scarf pins i I for health lasting several ,..,., h"
\ t w ht( !h. i. now nwldlac.If year
other members. The club is engaged and fci.c effort was a most excellentone. I into correspondence with the firm, blems. Signet I succumbed to Bright's djsoaam at
\,,. i.. r- > 1.11 to Male in a i
,.... this year in the study of American Mr. Atkisson will leave for and a batch of circulars and the following cents; clocks, from ; San Francisco last Friday, what. he
Alt Nr. 6 '.t t 'II' hili busiartrr I
history: and literature and these II I Tampa tomorrow and during the session -I letter were received in answer cure sets $30 to $ bad: entered a sanitarium in a taai F
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--- weekly' meetings are proving to be I of the conference will be tbe to our communication: at half price while effort to obtain benefit

t h.ltl, '<' tier .a..h. ut. by the beery very pleasant and enjoyable ones. I guest of lIon. W. B. Henderson. He I New York, Dec. 2, 1907. line of Japanese Mr. Wilson was accompanied to 8an i
that Bishop Galloway who will Mr. Frank Harris Ocala, Fla.: china and brie a Francisco by his wife and his With i
rstn M,,,,.t., >""" ... \t.ral! railroad Mrs. Walter Hood, another one of I says
trn.I II. ...vMrr.*.l awl he \. C. L.tf the club's new members will be the preside at the conference, when he is I Dear Sir-In further answer to your prices that will er, Dr. F. M. Wilson, of Bartow. H..

'th. twit ft f1i and I nouttk bound hostess of the club next week. I at himself is perhaps the greatest pulpit I favor regarding: canning factories, we purchaser in reached San Francisco only three

..,I. ,$..'., iil srr..ml hour The en- I orator now living, and quite a beg to state tbat we have decided to ents now. weeks ago and death came shortly af

ate;, r ,41 .fur > .1 thtrains was Invitations Received I J number of our citizens will probably I send a representative to Florida to We wish to again I terwards.
thrrNttthttntrh y wiintow and his Invitations have been received in j go down to Tampa Sunday for the I look after several locations we havein of the public to the I The remains loft San Wrw .<'<)

** ttM,. .It .IT"!! Itt,' |irt>K(>B (..... Ocala to the wedding of Mr. Joseph I[ purpose of bearing him. He dedicated view. not an advertising Monday afternoon for Bartow ar 'art'
&t Albert Rentz and Miss Blanche: Anthony the Methodist church in this city I, Several years ago we established selves of a lot of expected to reach Bartow F lay

mi **.',, ..t ., U'lrfl'r.tt..., an Davis on the evening of Thursday -r'land his sermon is remembered to this [ the Marietta Canning Company of but a genuine !: morning. The funeral aceor = to

.'....e I star w.krrUtrnwi the twenty-sixth: of December, at ,!hay. His imagery is as pretty as the f i Marietta, Ga. It is just such a factory OCALA Mt 'i present plans will occur at Ban at

j. !Ii.... i I.. ,.Ia,11II, "" t>. Utt-d A t'th.I' I six o'clock. at Kirkwood Georgia.The pictures in a moving panorama, and I we contemplate for the Florida: 2 p. m., Sunday.
k I ,"i. \ 'fort went ti'n'i I invitations are issued by the his eloquence can hardly be surpass- I j I territory. i I Mr. Wilson was a member of th<

\a' ft ,S.dWI', (' h< r ><>u. MUlshipus parents of the bride Mr. and Mrs. Augustus ;i ed. He has been quite sick in recent !i We would ask that you write them Rentz law firm of Wilson & Wilson and ha<1

ts Hurl t ,.( !!'u "New Jetwf4'k Swayne Davis and the wedding I years and may not now be completely for full information and let us hear The Atlanta 1 been prominent for years both in th-

w '. ',711' .. A: f..was will be a beautiful Christfas at himself. In his announcements from you again., If you are still in I nounces the : legal profession and in state poBUcr

.. fir ,'r.,i' ,.' wound the event taking place at home. I j Sunday Mr. Atkisson gave the folbw- : favor of a canning factory we will arrange -I Rentz of this city ; His ill health caused him three MaN

I'. \ftrS .. ttt' ..t.., went to''' ;| ing church statistics for the year: i' to have our representative in- Ii IP'f': ago to forsake business entirely in

... \ t .'t hiss C. E. Mr. and Mrs. Trusten Polk Drake ; Collections ,; elude Ocala on his trip, and at that Anthony Davis of i'order to attempt a restoration of

\Ia and their handsome little son Master i 1. Ministerial support, $16 .0: incidentals 1'time personally give you full details. riage to take place '!I health. He had traveled tbrou ou'

-- Trusten Polk Drake, Jr., have come to I $tI5; church furnishing, J400; I j Yours respectfully II bride's parents near I the country and bad been treated a'

g' ,r i' \\',11 of the Northern the city because of a broken arm Master -:,j benevolence $1MO: Sunday sclioo! I i PRESSPRICH & Co. evening of the I i various sanitariums all without aii >'

nd I i aiiiw Company at Drake has occasioned by a fall supplies, $155. Total, J3650 i i This looks to us like tOO parties ber.Mr. i i preciable benefit. His death will be
1'tq ..Mptiit his hoaaehold"i from his donkey at bis home in South MembershfpFittyseVi"Il I' mean business and we hope that the Rentz's learned with sincere regret by bun

, tk rts. .... .. "i *D Vallvy. N J. and : Florida. They are the guests' of Gen. memlws !'e enroll- I' matter will be taken up by the boardi known to his dreds of friends in Tampa, who admired .

.til NarsrW teat for that city about and Mrs. C. P. Lovell, at their attractive during the year: many removals. but i i of trade at its next meeting. weeks and he has: I his worth and estoeaed him *<

I '!\ ,.... Pad uf tbta -*>h. It will>> be reorArrt home on Hubbard street and Mrs. Ii a net gain of about twentyfiveMrs. i lof the felicitations a fellow citizen.-Tampa -.m.c

.".. that th# Mipany's mill Drake and the little boy will probably I A Mistaken Idea Corrected i is the oldest son of : News

Sam b'i". I MNB da fIIO. and the : remain for the week. Mrs. Drake asMiss I J. S. Lewis of Irvine was in I For the past few weeks the idea has I Rentz and Is :

r>..... .1 i itmp ta 1M puce of lum Alice Rocker was an admired i Ocala Tuesday straightening up some ( seemed to prevail that there is a scarcity er in the mill Street Committee Declines to Receive
httl lmss aol warraat the company in' society belle of this part of the state I business _affairs. She has recently I Springs and has the Brick
r. argils. Mr W.tah U a splendid. ,: and in Ocala. She has many friends I sold her plantation at Millwood, and of ready money. If such a condition during his Ocala! Dtc. 4, 1"* .

..t..|.'I.11IfC cUlarn. just the kind in Jacksonville, woo will be delightedto i may later on, sell her plantation at I exists it Is certainly is not ap- will have as his Fitzgerald Company, Pity:
tfet I. !..... i.-t r, i d''rt'lop a new coun- learn of her coming which they regret Irvine as since the death of her husband -I parent at our closing out sale which E. Robinson of this Gentlemen herewith Inform yon

-r 4n> I .rs a1,1; his IcAUog us ts''' the accident which occasioned she desires to live with her !I has been in progress some days. We Immediately after that the street committee refutes to

'I.......' r gre'tabt! her \W. limes-Union. children. She has been spending the : advertised that goods would be sold and Mrs. Rentz will approve the paving brick yon .&replied

-- -- past several months at Tallahassee 'I for CASH ONLY, and with the attractive ville to spend on sidewalk along Main! street

MIl \DHe t. Mrs G. A. Richardson of Atlanta, with her son, :Mr. Stewart Lewis, and prices that we are selling for tives, after which south of public square. These brick

1/ltutrtltl IT. Ga.. is in tit city on a visit to her left Wednesday for St Augustine, and the class of goods we are offering : Ocala and will be are marked "CatskilL"We

Lt..rb11tNtrr daughter Mrs. L. F. Blalock, and will where she will spend the winter with the:: cash is making its appearancein friends at the reject these brick because they

h'-I----......- spend most of the winter with her.Mrs. her daughter Mrs. John B. Floyd. greater quantities than we had Mrs. E. P. Rentz are not first class vitrified brick! as

Funs Richardson was in Ocala last dared hope for under the (supposedly enue. mentioned in your contract with the

stl H14. I!I winter and mad many friends here. The big men of the country say ) existing circumstances. city. J. D. ROBERTSON

) 1...... I M !1, w ho are glad to welcome her again. that "good times" are here to stay. However, this is only another case Banner ads pay. Chairman Street Committee.

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TOUCHING MANY THINGS the president may fail, if he sees thisin ELECTRA ECHOES '

the Ocala! Banner he may be convinced -

..ulfd "or. Ocala Manner: and see his duty clear and proceed Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Special The City Cor.of Ocala Oaks Banner has :been very CHRISTMASSUGGESTIONS

fV Mtrtnoolal fever is not exactly to fix things. BARCUS. Mrs. Halford'a sister and husband 'quiet this week considered what happened -II

ragtag !I. our community, but a few Mr. and Mrs. O'Quinn of South Carolina last we k. AT THE '
h we had attacks to which home next funeral I '
fatlliri will leave for their Mr. Simeon MCl?idon's

UMP iaeewnbstl. .Mr. Henry Copman They have spent two sermon was preached Sunday night at '
Ocala Banner
Special Cor. : Co.
104 kites Clemmie Hltchie drove up I weeks in the Land of Flowers, visit-1 the,; M. E. church by Rev. Sirdefield, OCALA NEWS

to ....> Mthu>ll t parsonage last Sun- The Berlin Herald made its appear- ing MM. Halford and Mr. Brant and and was listened to by a large con- _

dip afternoon a week ago and bad !ance on Friday, November 27, editor are much pleased with our genial cli- gregation. Almost every seat was

.?' Cunningham to tie the knot Miss Altahula Beck; correspondenteditors mate. Mr. O'Quinn and Jonas Hal- illed.f A splendid talk was given, and

vfcttv they wt in their i buggy. Misses Minnie Seckinger, and ford went bird hunting Friday and I ie young men who were present ?)

..... week a young gentleman fromQtkfr
the lesson givenin
Sue Haycraft and Messrs. Charles bagged a fine lot of birds. should take heed to I {

rl! City came all 'the way to There was a pleasant social at Mrs. the. sermon. CHINAWARE .. RAILROAD TRAI! ..
little miss that had I Rawls and Edward Henderson. The
IMdtrk to see a will hold
Cornelius Stanaland's Thursday evening The Belleview Workers HORNS
and is $3 the copy. The copy is GLASSWARE WHAT IS
fcre to spend the winter paper
I to the inclement weather annual supper and bazaar at DRUMS
but owing \their BEARS
... ataylag a few days started home. ,! made up with spencerian type, and TEDD
some of the young people were un- ,the town hall on Thursday night December LOCAL POST CARDSMECHANICAL
11. was sad: and the further the news therein is splendid. A copy If
parting cordially
I I able to attend. 12, 1907. Everybody TOYS MOKEAPPROPRIATE TOYS
Iite man sped northward the.Mier of the Herald reached our writing dena
young Jeff and Harmon Mar attend.Temperance POCKET
Messrs. Jim, invited to BOOKS
felt reaching Jack few days recently. We will, with J ALL KINDS OF GAMES
be BO on
I another fine deer of Beleviewwill
tin have brought in people CARD CASES
_yUle Le procured a license and' pleasure jot down a few of the itemsof RAILROAD TRAINS l.i :]
from the scrub. They believe in the have a rally at the town hall on :t SAFETY RAZORS
with the fever raging be- the school paper for the Banner, HORNS
a1Me bark old adage "all work and no play Friday night. Special singing is being I WALL KINDS OF GAMES

y. eootrol. and upon being told that viz: makes Jack a dull boy" so they takea prepared for the occasion, and ALBUMS THAN A GOOD SET FOUNTAIN PENSALBUMS
and Brooks, FOUNTAIN PENS .
4 Daval county license would not be "Messrs. Ferguson
little time off: hunting occasionally, Rev. Carroll of Ocala is expected to
,... Np1 In toll county persuaded the dealers in cold cream bay rum, com- SAFETY RAZORS m
'" and return as bright as a new dollar be present and give a talk. Othersare OF HANDSOMELY TEDD BEARS
lady's uncle to accompany them plexion powders ointments for removing POCKET BOOKS
ysetltg especially when they bag a fine buck. also expected. A large attend- t DOLLS
is Jacksonville, where the knot was freckles, etc. CARD CASES
Mr. G. W. Waters and Gus went ance is hoped for and we trust that
..... We hope they will be happy al- "Messrs. Ferguson & Brooks, Atlanta LOCAL POST CARS' BOUND BOOKS GLASSWARECH1NAWARE
afternoon and besides .
tit/ fishing Saturday ,good may be accomplished.Mrs.
.: and not have to appeal to the Ga.: DRUMS.
catching some fine trout Gus C. H. Hilton has been ill at
.. Ctwts to undo what they have done "Gentlemen-I feel it my duty to '
killed large channel catfish the week but is "
shot and a her home for past .
the valuable '
that reign. write and thank you for
tfi order may
and after dragging it home foundit much better now, we are glad to .
rI Bone years ago we began to notice service you have rendered me. My 24 pounds.Mr. i s
V* a aw variety of red top grass grow- face was covered with freckles, but summoned to at the '!:::.'.llri:2; : ':f; --.r..ii -.iii m- n.1<""
J. P. Holly was The Belleview Workers
MM In the uncultivated fields around your ointment has removed all of :
Itg court in Ocala last week, but was let home of Mrs. Nott last Thursday with have always made special efforts toward carrying
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here. mhicb had gradually spread un- them. Yours truly:
off, as he has a severe case of bronchial eight members present A business trade .
lit.. :tn It ban crowded out the broom-sage "TOM S UTII. a large stock of goods for the Holiday and '
trouble. and the president
Md everything eljie on the land. Some "All of our farmers are having a We hope Miss Agnes Holly is well meeting appointed was committees held for the supper I I r the only variation made in our custom for this season !

NJM of farmers have been mowing it sweet and sticky time. Cane grind-
ear of her toothache. It is too near to be held on December 12. that our stock is Larger than ever before, and the margin
and find itmakes ing is the order of the day.
far the two
tofl past "Dr. S. 11. Blitch has been seriously Christmas to be bothered with such Dr. Merchant, who spent the win- : j of profit smaller. Call and be convinced
tM"I, one of the finest forage crops '., i .
small troubles. ter here last year, and made many'
sick his home at Blitcbton. We
It in at f
Ira anywhere. seems every
.Crowe much pleased to know that Miss Dixie Pillans will spend Christ- friends has returned and will board G. W. (Tex. MARTIN Prop.
.ay equal to Timothy in feed value are very 8 )
with her !
mas in Chattanooga, Tenn., with Mrs. O. M. Gale. His many
tad can lie moved twice each year. It he is better and hope that he may be :'
brother, Dr. Porter Pillans, who is in him in their
friends glad to see ,
t toads from three to four feet high out soon." TECUMSEH. are f-' "'" .f 5 .T:,:' '14 fIN':'." __ nT"_ +1'OC_ !7E'1r "xl
school there. Dr. Pillans is a fine midst again.
our old worn-out poor land but ,-- _
SOUTH LAKE WEIR student and from his splendid school Mr. 0. M. Gale is improving his --
to six and eight feet in the
rows I record we judge he will bear off high home greatly by having Mr. Lewis H
fence where the land is rich-
Special Cor. Ocala Banner: honors next June, .when he gets his Tyrrell and Mr. Arthur Millsom giveit WINCH$5TIRGuns
er. It was first sent to this country:
Robbery seems to have been the diploma. a coat of paint. |
from Australia in 1831 and was called
order of the day in this section last Most of our young people are con- Mr. William Millson has accepted a'j':
Batumi Brother botanists call
grass. week. On Thursday while Frank templating a flight from our social circle position as clerk for Mr. C. A. Tre-
It Triohoiaena Rosae. What that and Shellsare
Cartridges Shotgun
Newport who conducts a store at during the holidays which will mere. ,
ask someone who knows but
means make it rather dull for those who are
Eastlake, was drawing oil for a customer :
It IB certainly a Godsend to people in another his money left behind. DOINGS ABOUT GAITER easily distinguished from other makes, which
who own old worn-out pine lands equal them neither in
I qualitynor reputation.by big
drawer was rifled of $20. On Friday We saw in Pennsylvania a
where it is growing, and as it spreads j
I evening about S o'clock Mr. Tenney, short time since that- Special Cor. Ocala anner:
interest of
rapidly It would be to the -
who is station agent and merchant at The party at H. G. Ross's was well
everyone who has such land to procure W
Stanton, was sand-bagged and $200 "Little sparkling highballs; All
the seed and and get it started to attended Friday night. present

taken from him, while on his way Little cocktails too
growing on every foot of land they report a nice time as it was a pretty (
his house. Mr. Ten- Makes you think the mighty earth TRADE MARX REb. IN U. 3. r*?. CF>. :
from the store to
do not cultivate. Continuous cultivation night for party folks. Many funny

perhaps would destroy it, but it ney was quite badly used up being All belongs to you. games were played. We thank him which appears on every package of Winchester

i 1* beneficial to plow the land once a confined to his bed for some time after very much for the entertainment, and goods The big red W is to guns and ammunitionwhat
And this put me to thinking about
liberal of
the assault. use
year and sow it down to peas. I hope to enjoy another one in the near the word "Sterling" is to silverware the world
i in while is a pretty other little thingi-
Why all this fuss about money matters -;I buckshot once a future. over. Therefore, for your own protection always

want of confidence, etc. It would good thing. The flat at Stokes ferry broke loose f

io one of the easiest problems to':I Mr. and Mrs. Carnahan have arriv- The little paper cigarette last Saturday night but was only Look for the Big Red W"f 1i 1

ed at their pleasant home here; also Though not so very big,
solve that congress will hathis slightly damaged.It .

Mr. lake and Miss Lee at the Pleas- Can make the heart of stoutest men ,,: -'-- :,, *" '." ,'<"_ --" '. ___
winter if they would go at it right- seems that buggy riding is the -- ; "" : -" ".f' ,: ::. :_. ,' :'': -
Quickly dance a jig.
but th/)' won't. If everyone who has e I ant Hills House. order of the day. '
The little stinging scorpion ---- - --- --
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money knew that if he should depositit Mr. Hamp Brinson of was Mr. E. V. Rayborn of Holder was:

in a national bank that there was Weirsdale on Saturday. No longer than a pin among friends last Sunday. ................. ...o..... ........... ..............:

Of to the Brick Can make a man say ugly words,
Paris Hector went
3K possibility of his losing it by the up Hon. Gordon Dollar, a prominent

3 tanks failing, that would restore con-l I City on Saturda-. That some folks think a sin. phosphate man of Holder, paid a visit
has what Even a tiny match may kindle I New Accountsl!
The Lakeside started on Adding
fidence wouldn't it? Well, if con-]I seems to be another season On a dry and windy day to the big brown house Sunday last. I ;
Jgr* s would pass a law taxing the i Miss Bessie E. Brooks has just returned -
I A raging woods fire, that, alas!
quite number of guests being
tb capital stock of national banks a a from a visit to her brother at )
No power of man can stay! I
fun mall fraction of one per cent., to cre- I there now. Dunnellon.The We i
.. Mr. W. N. Wilson, after spending But what's the use of quoting are constantly adding n:w act -
ate fund to make to
a good depositorsthe members of the F. E. and C. U.
I What little things can do
time looking after his interests ;
money they had placed in banks some of A. will meet at their
r+ !'I here returned on Saturday to Gaines- We find in all life's journey, regular place counts, and! our business is increasing at
that break the work would be done. next Saturday night and decide about f
M '! 'illf' He has sold to Mr. Harry They make us weal or woe.
For tea years depositors have lost 83' the oyster supper.: We think it will
to cents of every thousand dollars deposited i Groff the property known as the Cilly be a grand affair. i I a very satisfactory rate Possibly you t Ii
We learn that Capt. J. B. Martin

In national banks. So you place. will visit his still at the Moss Bluff Messrs. John Bass and H. A. Ross might be glad to join us. o* &

lee the tax would amount to very lit! made a flying trip to the Brick City
The Orange Market ferry this week, and that he will i I
tle. Then again, it would bring out Saturday last
Cincinnati 0., Dec. 11.-Florida oranges bring his wife with him. We are
hundreds of millions of dollars that I We wish Hon. E. L. Redding .
are coming freely and many pleased to hear of Captain Martin's
have been bidden away for years in would give us another -dance.
I cars are reported in the various railroad hapy marriage. Captain Martin has We
strong boxes in old stockings or burled think we could get a larger crowd i GOA1fAERGIAL BNK\
yards, but the afterThanksgivingmarket been long and favorably known in'
brttb in the ground by people who were I next time. See him boys and talk ,
is draggy at nearly all points. this community and is held in very
afraid to trust it to the banks. For with him about it. MAUD eG
Dealers say trade in Floridas will no high esteem and his many friends S. OCALA! fl8.t
1t'i .this reason it would be one of the .
4 II doubt be better from now on until here wish him and wife long life and .:
best paying schemes in the world to
after January 1. continued prosperity.. NERVOUSNESSBy oto044.4+ 4.3'ee ..4M 1'1+9 444...44+......+4.........
the banks
because the tremendous increase
During the week the demand was We see that the wet and dry elec- properly toning and .-
feeding the --'-- -
in their deposits would pay the -
If I very light. Buyers were slow to take tion will be held on the 21st of Jan- nerves with pure blood, which is done I
tax a hundred times over. We NOTICE
hold of fruit that was being offered uary. We are quite sure our precinctwill by using P. P. P., Lippman's Great .
this once to Mr. W. J. Bryan, I Remedy the most marvelous
i at rock bottom prices. At the auction vote the dry ticket cures of *
and he said it was the right thing to nervousness are made, Sealed bids will be received by the -NOW- "**

;1 do. The only banks that would probably Monday 5 cars were catalogued.Sales JOHN PETER health immediately to the restorii" 1 i board of county commissioners for

recorded were $2 to $2.40 a box:: making him strong and :.. 1 road overseers for the different districts -
tie. oppose it are the great New York for 226s in round lots and $1.70 to CANDLER CULLINGS little while.P. -- -- s and for ferrymen for each of ON DISPLAYAT

basks, and if they opposed it they P. P. is superior to all Sarsapar- the ferries in Marion county Florida,
$2.35 for 216s. The
1 ought to give a reason and a betterremedy. I price on at their regular meeting to be held
: fruit is being effected by packers mixing Special Cor. Ocala Banner: illas.P in II -
.. Congress owes it to the country -! P. P. has its formula on every January, A. D. 1908.
Ml the fruit of the different blooms Rev. J. W. McNary and wife are I carton. The board reserves tbe right to reject .
I Iud
to the
give people this security
MftfSI and many cars ran variegated here to stay with us for the winter. \ Any physician will tell you that P. any and all bids. Bids to be filed FISHEL'S

: the people should see that they I shades, and nearly all the receipts Their presence in our town is a matter -i P. P. is the best combination of green with the clerk of the board of county -

get it Ours is the only great of II roots and barks that was ever put together commissioners on or before the 7th
coming west are running from smallto great pleasure to the good people A
to the world today where depositors for the cure of weakness, gen- day of January, 1903.S. .
medium sizes. of this place.J. eral -
debility and T. SISTRUNK
are at the mercy of the bankers. nervousness. It is a ,
; At Wednesday's sale only 3 cars McKinney has returned from good tonic and the best blood purifier Clerk Board County Commissioners FREE
hi** With this piece of legislation panics I
in the world. Marion
Cumberland Island short County Florida. 12-13-it
a distance I
were placed. The price on 2 that were
tike the one now ou would be impos! For sale by all druggists.
;\ I sold was 25c. a box in advance of from Fernandina, having finished the 5. TO EVERY PURCHASER
sible. Then the
thousands of men and
women who have always been afraid what Monday's offerings brought. fruit and vegetable: sheds he was put- I A BARGAIN FOR YOU NOTICE -OF ELECTION -

..... ting up for the Carnegie people of that SANTA CLAUS
{It banks would ball with pleasure the The undersigned
eft Kansas City, Dec. 11.-There was a island. The best immediate offer will hereby gives notice -
opportunity of placing their In buy to all persons that an election 111
...... money quiet shade this Mr. one of the finest farms
week in Florida Nugent has moved into his in Marion has been and is hereby called for IS SPENDING

tom tanks where they would have no | fruits here without any material t house that he bought of Mr. Hyde county consisting of 44 acres: choice will be held on Tuesday the 21st and day -

more sorry over the responsibility oil: I trucking land; all under cultivation .
Jet.brc change in prices. Fancy Indian River and he makes a very prominent addi- I good house ; of January A. D. 1903, in Marion CHRISTMAS t
taking care of it or preventing its being barns cisterns, well, county. Florida to decide
pineapples sold at about ?4 per tion to our town. We are all glad to grapes pears plums etc. Only 60 whether the -
destroyed or stolen. But what's sale of intoxicating
ttwMV crate. Grapefruit brought 425. Tangerines I have him come.A. II rods from depot at Sparr, Fla. Look beer shall be liquors wines or WITH US
the use of talking!! about such a remedy at it and make offer. prohibited: in said coun
botiin sold at about $6 per strap. ty of Marion, as provided -
by Article
? The banks won't agree to it, and C. Turner J. D. BACON, Sparr Fla.
Oranges, 176s to 216s, generally of Clearwater, county 12131mw. XIX of the Constitution of Florida. VISIT OUR
that settles the matter with a republican -
fit!- brought $3. Kumquats, however commissioner of Hillsborough, now BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -
congress and neither democrats were lower, 15c to 20c per box. has nineteen children. Tho arrivalof Editor L'Engle of the TallahasseeSun : OF MARION 5 AND 10-CENT STOREM.
far republicans will make it issue COUNTY FLORIDA.
Wr an the nineteenth, a boy is said to in-
modest enough to say: "I have By S. T. SISTRUNK l
in their national So Clerk of said
a"w'f" Mil continue panics The Macon papers are telling of the sure Mr. Turner's re-election as com- I attempted to offer no panacea for the Board of County Commissioners. FISHELJ.

U4' will to come and go. Banks plans of the liquor men of that city missioner, as it ought. Certainly a !; nation's financial ills." Editor L'En- 12135t. . -::

rip! continue to fail and thousands every after January 1. Quite a number are man who has added nineteen to the j gle has permitted Hon. John N. C. ta trffr **
year thereby lose part or all thetat E. Bowman, a colored
booked of his
Jacksonville but notice census It
county be
-T* we may supposedto Stockton to get the was downright mean of those obtalnlBImoney
run him.
on Mr.
..... !Ings of a lifetime, while the prudent I be I Jacksonville, convicted of
none are booked: for Marion county. deeply interested in that
county's Stockton
has written London
I President to
folks will Roose- newspapers say that Pres- hAS
go on hiding theirwoney welfare. Some of Mr. under false pretenses.
4 I Turner'sfriends vetl a letter on the financiail W.
in strung boxes, etc., and worrying Brother :Mayes does not seem to be are questioning whether situationand ident Roosevelt's message was remarkable his case In the supreme courtmust

the balance of their lives lest "whooping it up" very strong for Editor thing short of an election to any- has made certain suggestions for what it left unsaid rather serve eight years In the Florida

someone should find it However, it Storrs his own gubernatorial dis his due, as the Tribune congressis which he says if followed will make than conspicuous for what it did turpentine camps.

may to that Bryan's pleading with covery. ', .* Jacksonville Times-Union suggests. our currency more elastic and will say after having consumed in his

-' prevent financial stringencies. message 30,000 words. Take a peep at the BanoK *' a.1J,

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I Sylvester, Ga., Nov. 28, 19i;. i 1 What is Going on in the Land of the The following suggestions on how

WesleyV.. Meadows of Anthony This paper had an interview yesterday Governor Broward Has Definitely Decided 'To the Editor Ocala Banner: I Orange and Grapefruit : 1 to reform the world were offered by

I day. was Citing in Ocala Wednes I afternoon with Mr. Perkins, the to Convene State How can I better celebrate Thanks i Some very fine pines are being shipped I! the delegates who attended the Social

I general manager of the Fitzgerald LegislatureA giving Day than by a letter to my old 11 from Delra). I Purity Congress at Battle Creek,
Father Iiottolaccio is I Company, as to the company's atti- special from Tallahassee to the i,j friend in Ocala? Nearly six years' Everett Dawley is shipping beans Mich.: last week:
few day this week with friends at a :.tude in the matter of the rejected t Jacksonville Metropolis says that it !i residence identified me with the inter- 1 from! Georgiana.A. Prohibit saloons.Mrs. Anna Sloan

\ \V 'lr*lal@. brick. is reported at the capital on the best I ests and citizens of the Brick City, M. Biaacbard is a large straw- 'Walker.

g Mr. Perkins says that the matter is of authority that Governor Broward i and memory carries me back to many I:berry grower at Lawtey. Purify the Home-Father J.1: .

vitias Annie Mathews is spending I entirely in the hands of the city gov- has at last determined to call an exI! Thanksgiving days spent in your! Some oranges and grapefruit are being Cleary.

t j>III week with her brother, Mr. John I ernment; tbat a committee appointedby tra session of the Florida legislature town. shipped from Eau Gallie. Abolish Race Murder-Dr. Randolph

Mathews at Candler.Mr. the city council is making a test on Monday January 6th. The governor But I am not entirely on the sentiment -I At Largo nearly all of the orange Holmes.]

of the brick by experts who are pre-I' it is understood, finally made up of Thanksgiving Day, but that! I jacking houses are running on full Abolish Race Suicide Mrs. ElizaBeth
D. R. Zetrouer of Geiger bas pared to make a competent test, his mind to call this extra session on III i of a public function due by the citizens ime.: 1 Grannis.

r1Ntt to Tampa to attend the annual if it is found by said experts that the I I this date notwithstanding there has : of Ocala and of all the towns A. J. Jackson of Baldwin has a Teach Purity in the Home-Mrs.
meeting of the Florida Conference. brick do not come up to the requirements been great opposition manifested allover ;and counties in the Alligator State to I. sweet potato that weighed 17 pounds j.Albion E. Smtih.

of the contract, that the manufacturers the state by press and public. i .the memory of a man whose genius 1 when first dug. I' Teach Purity in the Scboo'Mr.

Mrs B. P. Thagard and daughter will be so notified and new One peculiar! feature about this ex-1 ,conferred one of the greatest benefits I Mr. Garrett of Sonway gathered six .Anderson.

Elton. luve gone to Reddick to spend brick will be ordered, as it is the desire tra session is that the members will upon suffering humanity.The II md one-half boxes of grapefruit from Teach Purity in tae Pu'i.-Re\:! "'

a f..w Bars with relatives and friends. of the company to give Ocala as be ca'led! upon to correct the errors federal congress, some years one tree. I' Pohlman.

good paved streets as has any city made by themselves at the regular 'ago, created a hall of fame and by I Plant City growers are looking for I :Teach Purity in the Moi'i--! 1 i'-Dfen-,

Mr* X.h:: "Ty, who has been spending in any state in the Union. session of last spring. statute enacted provided the right! I i good crop of strawberries and early : sion-D. J. D. Dodge.

Hv,rat months with relatives at Mr. Perkins says that the Fitzgerald What the people of the state are to. and urged upon each state, tot Ii 1 vegetables. I, Teach Purity to Y ollnk: '. John

hrr till 1 himin Georgia bas returned Company bought the brick in good I worried about is wba gferantfe hart. 'I place in that hall the bronze or mar- Last week Suggs and Robinson shipped :H. Roberts.

how faith from as reputable a firm as thereis I they ((the peoplf) that more mistakes ble statue of "not exceeding two" fa ][ the first crate of lettuce of the I Abolish the White SI'! T' >1'\c-
in the United States, and- if a mis- I will not be made by the solons in th" vorite sons. That privilege is a difficult I season from Palmetto. Rev. E. A. Bell.
Mi- miiley Porter and her little
take has been made the manufacturers extra session.In problem to solve. Public opinion About 200 crates of vegetables arebeing Teach Purity in Marital K< t' ins-
ftH' '. l.'iiiii... Teagiie. returned home
will not hesitate to rectify it. the meantime the tax payers of is divided and the subject must I t shipped daily from Wauchula. Mrs. Mary E. Teats.
eesterday from a ten days' visit with
Mr. Perkins says that the Fitzgerald Florida have to foot the bills. be thoroughly discussed and argued I :Prices are good. Keep the Boys and Girls .f tin

r,4ativcs at Lady ake. Company is not making a protestover Some sensational charges against I before final settlement.After Most of the orange crop, exceptingthe r Streets-Mrs. Helen F. .BiltovU: .

the action of the city council and I certain corporations of the state. it a long canvass of the eligiblE June fruit, has been sold and shipped Abolish the Popular Novel Mrs.
Mr. Chart** Phillips of Atlanta, a
the company is quite willing to join i is reported, will be a fca'ure of the >s in this, the "Cracker State" Al- from Lady Lake.J. Jean M. Hyde.
4.(1( known Insurance man, spent sevr I
lands with it in protecting Ocala's in- governor's message.A exander Hamilton Stephens and Dr. W. Perkins has an excellent let- Abolish the Obscene Book and Pic
.. ,a\ii in Ocala this week on busi- I
terests. Crawford Long were selected as tuce crop at Oakfield and has already ture-Anhtony Comstock.
IM .... wuh Mr D. W. Davis.Mrs. .
DRY-TOWN BARD Georgia's representatives. made some shipments.T. Abolish Abnormal Sexual InstinctDr. -

educational Association MeetingAt J. Hickman is at Oakland look-
The election of Dr. Crawford Longto Denslow Lewis.
Mat tun Howard and Miss Sophia They say that Chaucer went about
3 the Florida Educational Associa- this distinction is a just recognitionof ing after the interests of J. H. Kil- Abolish the Cigarette-Lucy Page'
Howard art* spending a few days Enthused with potent ale and stout.If .
tion, which will meet at St. Peters- his wonderful discovery of lough & Co., of New York. Gaston.
in O, '!'a nh Mrs. Frances Ilowse this be so, anaes-
), burg December :31, Ocala will be con- The first strawberries of the
and Mi-t .1 I t'. B. Kooace.njoyad I'd like to know thesia, that marvelous drug that kills season Smash the Saloon-Carrie Nation

--- spicuously represented. How can a bard attain renown pain and renders possible surgical op- were brought into St. Petersburg last Purify Food and Drink-Dr. D. II

W.. '- a very pleasant visit Mr. W. D. Cam is president of the Within a local option town? erations greatly feared before its dis- week by C. L. Salter. Tress.

W.Nb>..-lay front Mrs. E. D. Washburn association and will deliver the an- t"" covery. Dr. Crawford Long gave to Sparr lettuce growers are complaining Teach Purity Principles-Rev. Geo.

aNt I. Emma Wuhburn of Belle nual address.Dr. They 0- say that Shakespeare always hit suffering humanity a boon that man's of a lack of rain. The drouth is W. Peck.

ylrw,. They were IB Ocala stopping. C. C. Carroll will deliver one of The cup that cheers a goodish bit. estimate cannot value, therefore Geor- seriously hurting the crop.E. Inform the Young-Rev. Sylvanus

the principal lectures. If this be true, gia has done honor to the man that W. Crawford has sold the grape- Stall

Mr Md M.... W. K. Peodletcn, forr' Miss Sarah McCreery, one of the I ask of you all suffering humanity must and does fruit from his grove"at Sarasota for Purify Young Men-Rev. Albert

in teachers in the Ocala High School. box delivered in bulk at the
of this (city are now residing How can a poet hope to fly bless. $2.25 a Godly.

;, garatl.ah. sad sun feel an affectionate will discuss the advisability of teaching When living in a town that's dry? Next to this discovery or invention packing house.J. Rescue the Fallen Ones-Mrs. JuliaE.

-:: tatrmrt for Ocala and Its people. Latin in the public schools. whichever we may term it-as a C. Cone of Fruitville shipped the Morrow.

Miss McCreery is one of the brightest Thy say that Johnson took a crack priceless boon to the people of the first tomatoes of the season from that Prayer-Rev.. S. B. Shaw.

tV .*..!. BMUMT la getting more teachers in Florida, and last week. The is short
papers Ten times a day at old mulled sack. world comes the discovery of the process point crop Teach the Parents Miss 5L F.

rate tor MUBpk* copies than for several from her are always listened to with If this be so, of artificial refrigeration, that due to the drouth. Loughton.

years ...*.. For mime cause ort interest I want to know mechanism and process that makes ilims growers are receiving nets of Don't Take Chances Rev. J. P. }tc-

..**** a vrrjr gnu Interest la being How can a poet climb to fame possible the conversion of water into $3.70 a box for their oranges and Carthy.

:: KwrttNl to oar county. Sawmill Men Meet Against the local option game? ice, that process that creates cold grapefruit which makes them wear Teach Every Lady Purity-Mrs. M.

Quite an interesting meeting ol storage and the preservation indefi- "the smile that won't come off." Evelyn Crompton.
ll"1 Jawmi H. .......r. one of the sawmill men was held at the Ocala
At Thonotosassa oranges and grape- Drive Out the Saloons Cafes and
.. Five Men Halt the Will of Ninety Mil- nitely of perishables.The ,
<*l ftMNT of the OUtown section House Tuesday, and an adjourned
fruit rapidly. The fruit
lions man whose genius evolved this are ripening Dives-Rev. W. J. Phillips.
f trio Btaklftg tends with his Ocala meeting will be held some time earlyin will be in excellent condition for the
Chief Justice Walter Clark of the miracle was a citizen of your 'Alliga Kill the Liquor Traffic Arthur Bur-
frt4.>u \\ .-.It..-....). Tly were gladto January.
4 P supreme court of North Carolina de- tor State," Dr. Gorrie, of holidays. The crop is only about half rage Farwell.
looking. well. Labor conditions and other matters
4 Mm livered a speech at the banquet of the la, and certainly at tbe APalaChiCO-I of normalDr. Teach the Mothers-Mrs. Ros

oft.lr were discussed. Economic Club in Boston last week, fellow citizens of Florida L. W. Weedon of Tampa esti- Woodallen Chapman.
Carroll of Ocala. one
Hi, r
and effective tem- Among others, the following representative which startled the banqueters and did Dr. Long of Georgia, does Dr. mates that he has 5000 boxes of or- Stop Traffic in Girls-ills? Ruse
-1 i lIllar
i e' i | millmen were at the meet-
the of the and grapefruit on his grove atPapy's Johnson.Let .
which will stir up thought Gorrie deserve the recognition for anges
: .I.. '" "' .I If. m the state perhaps. M. J. Roess J. W. L. W.
|II. Crosby
ing: and the fruit is of su- F'!',
nation as fast as his words reach the his wonderful discovery.To Bayou, Women Vote-Mr? ren&Kelley.
.. tl .i lntl enthusiasm to the
Jackson L. Home, O. P. Williams, E.
people.He a layman it seems strange that perior quality.
,. rail at Belleview Fridayatgk.
rwNt .11. P. Thagard. Arthur Hardaker Robert
said that under the present ju- the discovery of the process of mak- Orange packing is not being rushedas Increase Wages of Girl*-MBH-

Munroe. C. W. McArthur Col. R. F. diciary system, it is within the powerof I ing artificial ice should come from the rapidly as earlier in the season at ton hail.Establish

Mt. -tteica----Williams who has been Rogers, John Rogers, Z. Spinks J. M. five lawyers sitting on the supreme brain and genius of a resident of a Wauchula. The fruit is not coloringso Universal Brotherhood

Meffert, M. II. Baum, Fred L. Robert well it should, owing to the dry, .and Daskins.I .
..dtK w\oral RMinthe with rela- bench of the United States to halt the warm climate a place where naturalice as Co-operation-Mr.
-.* I
iii ee in flout Carolina, has returned son. R. S. Hall S.\. Rawls. D. A. will of ninety million people.I is conspicuous by its absence. warm weather. I Scatter Sunshine-Mrs. Belle M.

,/.. .he' wa accompanied home by Clark and J. R.Iartin.. quote his words: Florida has made one selection, so Wauchula truckers are figuring on Perry.

"Let the American people make largely increasing their acreage in the Better the Laboring Girl's Con.lt-
Williams of writes me-that of
her ......t.. MiN Bertha A Silver Tea your governor

Ka.Um. 8 C who will spend the The young ladies of the Baptist Sewing laws to govern themselves, and at the General E. Kirby Smith. She has the t spring. A large number of irrigating tion-Mrs. Weinberger.Have .
of one body of plants are in operation and heavy Purity ConventionsPresident -
application one man or right to another representative in that
In C oral
later Society will give a silver tea at
men the supreme court of the United hall of fame and certainly no citizennf yields are expected.E. Steadwell.
the residence Mrs. L. W. Duval. on
.,r (,.'t.r.:<' K. SoMnaoa bas gone States will, if five of its justices agree- the VlnTiromr Land deserve S .m/\A...u." H. Mote of Ocala has over 10-, Turn the World Upside Down-L.
the afternoon Wednesday, December '
r F \ to ..>,.ion "..... to visit relatives for the eighteenth, beginning at half I I stop the execution of those laws. II richly this honor and distinction than 000 boxes of magnificent oranges on Sercomb.

a .*..1' Unit*. H. will be accompanied "Nowhere else on the globe at anytime does I Dr. Gorrie.Apalachicola. ,Bis splendid grove in Lake county, and
past two. At this tea they will have
boa- by Ma two daughters Misses many pretty fancy-work articles, suchas has such a spectacle been pre- his home town, bas i he is not going to sell an orange until I I

aIad and HOB* Robinson who hare shirt sented. Not all the world besides, I erected a public monument in her they are ripe.CHARITY.
hand-made handkerchiefs
.V hundred million ties
.. with iwlatlvw In Bost/n and other with all their armies and navies combs i street to his memory. That is right, a year arebeing
waists corset and otter
..$.. In Matsarhuc for two covers many ed can control the will of ninety ;and shows civic appreciation, locally, OF THE POOR used by the railroads of" tht-
pretty articles. These will be sold to calculationsmade
atiaNha. millions of the American people. Only: in commemorataion of what his gen- country
very cheap. Everybody is cordially invited "That sentiments of tender charityare under the direction of the For
God in Heaven can say them nay. ius did for Apalachicola.
to come to this tea. est Service. The railroads paid $:> ),-
Tfc Woman Christian Temper- Who gives this power of five men to With Dr. Long from Georgia and innate among the poor can be

aar Talon held a special meetingfMttftey nullify legislation or to shape it by Dr. Gorrie from Florida there will be seen from a case of little children at 000.000 for ties in 1906, and used tim-
Mr. J. D. Bacon. Mr. C. L. Thayer of
afternoon at the residence a school where we visited," writes ber equivalent to the whole product
fear of nullification? The fact is that
:no peer in that hall of fame to these i
Lovell of
and Mr. S.
Chicago Sparr,
of Hrt. t!. Van Hood. The women of this power of the supreme court to two distinctly great men. Florida! Mrs. John Van Vorst in the Woman's of 600,000 acres of forest.

OcaJa are working very earnestly for were pleasant callers at our office SET ASIDE was not conferred by the will honor herself more in this act Home Companion. "They were of the The average price paid was 4S
Mr. Bacon has winter
tMaaran<'** and are doing all in theirto yesterday. a constitution. It has been assumed by that she will honor Dr. Gorrie and most destitute, this little class, but cents per tie. Approximately three-
home at Sparr and has spent several fourths of the ties hewn and
at lht'fOI'j.A soldiers in attendance. were one-
the county dry as regular as
carry the court since Marshall's day, and the people of the state should direct
winters in Florida and is muchin
election. I fNorth After an unusual absence of two days, fourth sawed.
I Justice Clark of the supreme court of their respective legislators to act in
love with its climate and its
people. I small Mary by Oak the chief wood used for tie,
Carolina knew this when he II accordance with their wishes.G. one of the pupils,
E Porter Mrs. Herman Stur- It is Mr. Thayer's first visit and we I furnishes more than 44 ceit,
Mr B closely questioned by the per
name, was
nude: use of those expressions at that' N. SAUSSY.
and Miss WilIt hope that he, too, will be pleased with one-half of the whole number
.*... UIM Mary' banquet just as everyone else knows i teacher on her return. Very reluct- nearly
Sunday at Belleview the state. Mr. Lovell is an old settler I I while the southern pines which ran!;
Hoi spent it who takes the time to think about I j FOR SALE-As long as they last antly she responded that they had

with tin Emma Washburn. and en- but it ia the first time he bas the system as it is now practiced.- we offer a few second hand organs in I been without food at home and that second contribute about one-sixth

Joy** their lilt very much. Belle- paid the Banner office a visit and Tallahassee Sun. good condition at a very low price: she was ashamed to come hungry to Douglass fir and cedar, the next two
for'I' now that he has learned the way, we I ,
view has a magnificent reputation for cash. Ocala Music Co. S-17-dwtf : school. with approximately equal quantities

her hoavltalUy. and those who visit ; hope that his visits will be more fre stand I I "No comment wjs made before the supply less than one-fiftieth ap'eci.!
Why should our courts -- -- - --
victims to their splenj j quent. Messrs. Bacon and Thayer Ten cent. of the ties purchasedwere
thane fail ay other children. Nothing further was per
? Our
for the :
and not people
against, ;
M4 tognlkHnentt, and sign for a re'I''I have visited Jacksonville, Tampa, I esteemed railroad commissioners say Do Your ; said. treated preservatives (ail 1,-

visitation to he beautiful little city.Hr. I Tarpon Springs and other places, and that the reason they cannot prevent : "The following morning a small procession er before they were purchased "F at

before 'returning to th'ir Chicago I'' discriminations against : filed before the teacher's I the treating plant of the rai' 'o
railroad rate
Wllttam PeHon of St. Peters- ;, home will make a complete: tour of the : desk-a procession of little people, pany. At least ten railroad con:p:1-
is because the courts
hart' was a > Ult<>r to Ocala Monday, !; state. j points Christmas! Shopping tiny, poor, ignorant. Yet not one o* : ies are operating their own plants f r .
i stand in the way. Why should they : '
oat( to says tto growth of that town j jhor4 (" ; then came empty-handed. One I the preservation of their ccustruction
I ? should the
the marvelous. Twenty-I We aro informed by parties from stand in way Why
4 rt on brought an apple, one a piece of material.
their hands
have uplifted
t J Eva hundred winter visitors are al- | Belleview that the story about young courts roll slice of meat. With nearly 300,000 miles of railroad :
>! %, I interior ? What'sthe cheese one a one a
\ r a4y there, and more aro coming ifi i! O' 'eit the slayer of young McClen- i 1 against'trouble every with the courts city ? Therate ROW J And each, as she put her meager of- trackage and approxima:

thy rn p+ tibly find accommodatloa ;; don at Belleview, walking into the fering down whispered to the teach 2SOO ties to the mile, there are
automobile from Port Huron
that when be went I store where McClendon was and telling on an -
Ha tarS : f JSOO.OOO.OOO ties constantly sub jec
;' i ier: 'It's for Mary.
Jacksonville in round numbers :
dowa there be rented a house for the the persons therein to "Handsup : to I II wear and decay. The railroads repo. .

year at $SS per month, unfurnished, j i !" Jesse James fashion, is a fairy is $50. On the same machine to i ii II I The conviction of J..N. Stro hat. I that in the form of ties cedar lasts
earl re-let it furnished for $*O per !! story, as nothing of the sort occurred. Ocala rate is $150. When we ten years and
d Gainesville on the charge of em eleven years cypress
BMMtlh Land miles out is:! selling for j jII I II I Young McClendon was killed because i, bring this and many other similar: I Avoid the RushAT bezlement, and bs! subsequent get.. redwood nine years.

*) an acre. He says St Petersburg i iI. probably his slayer thought that he things before the commission we truce to three years in the ptaitec,' 1 Of the many forms in which wood la

I U. )1 I right and it looks to him like it I was the party who had stabbed him are told in substance": "Don't blameus nary! will increase respect for used ties are fourth in cost, sawed
into a large city.It (O'Neil) it afterwards discovered : blame the courts. How are we re'I
I U po4eK to develop as was: aourts of Justice. These "mils .f th lumber being first firewood second

will try and rival Tampa not many I that someone had stabbed O'Xeil, who are compelled to live in! the interior gods grind slowly" sometimes '"bajftey : and shingles and laths third. It baa

mites away. Mr. D lIon also says but no one in Belleview connects I going to continue our respects FISHEL'SWe : grind exceedingly fine." Th te been calculated that the amount of

that Ocala is more talked about than young McClendon as a party to the, I for the courts as long as they larrupus respectaable," well-to-do crlmlna:I wood used each year in ties la eqtfv.alent .
with these terrific discriminations?
say Interior city and thart Mr. Rob- affair. procures tbs law's delay where tb< to the product of COO.OOO acresof
There will some day come a feather
erte*B U gaining a Btate-wide repu- ordinary law-breaker cannot, but li l forest and that to maintain every
The Florida National Bank of Jack too much-the camel's back will be
Utldn for It* work of developmentIknner the end the "grist is the same.-Pa_ tie in the track two trees must be
sonville the Panama, broken. The interior will wake
took $200.000 of up .
. d' Handle Everything latka News. growing.-Washington Ttaos.
t add pay bonds at 10".65. and demand a reckoning.


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Official Call for Wet and Dry Election--- mes Restored to 1< $39

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tration Rocks---Routine l Business. some

Ocsia4 FIa.. Dec. :. 1907. made for the appointment of the said 1 Financial Report of the Poor Farm for sure us that the roller .

110 h M4 tI rot wty coffiinisslonto Isaiah J. Fort. Month of November, 1907 work; and, as we are in

.. to ngiliy MMloo oa this tbe Upon motion it was ordered that J. Superintendent, $35; hired help, for such roller if it will i_ ..

H. McBrass be paid $100 damages, $12.G5; cooking, $12.25; washing and we feel that if the machine
M toy al OK......'. A. D. 191J7. o .
caused by running the Dunnellon and ironing, $7.50; Martin & Cam $5.25; to representations there .to
Pn.. .... Job J... Edwards x r
M Ocala road through his enclosed prop- Helvenston, Pasteur Co., $35.45; Mc- difficulty whatever about -

rtrttinr. N. A. fort, C. W. Turner Iver & MacKay. $34.53; W. P. Edwards Of course, if :you should -

J. M. Itottov. .. It Pjrto*. erty.The board thereupon adjourned $2.25; Dr. W. V. Newsom, $10; ship the machine on this Line of Japanese

Tt. bwttrd WM catted to order by Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock. S. B. Brooks, $20.25: ; Tydings & Co., we find the machine r;.

$S.50; J. J. Guthrey $0.25. Total, we would immediately and Ctyqa Mattiijg
th &*irmaa. when UK following prorswdr :
I Wednesday Morning, Eight O'clock. $189.90. not wait the full sixty
...N bad:
The board reconvened. All mem- A committee having been appointedto us, and in testing and -
MMMrt of Ufc< la.t n-gulw meeting $5,48 up
bers present. check up the petition calling for chine in these sixty days ,
ltd t<"'* B**tag of November 15, \
Upon motion it was ordered flat an election to decide whether intoxicating : us within which to decide !
.*-K read Mid approved. better ones are mouse and rud1 h"
tro Edwards Naval Stores Companybe liquors, etc., should be sold in want the machine of 1
PvtllMru w dUcouUnue tbe Cribbett
I reimbursed for hire of Henry Marion county, made the following report would take take good care i proof. ti
nlad trust Marlel hi Cotton Plant
Grant, a negro convicted at Citra :
if broken through our
aebuul, aitfo the Ocala and Juliette n_" ... i' Rocker
N court ono was m wiin typhoid lever Ocala Fla., Dec. 4, 1907. would pay the necessary Large, Easy Arm
rued irutt York to JuU iU> was laid
when convicted, and who died in the To< the Honorable Board of County pairs. Very respectfuly, I
uwr waul for January meeting.Mr .
Edwards Naval Stores Company's Commissioners: JOHN L. j: $2,25
BuKMk rf Fair ttld, Fla., app.rnd only :
stockade after being received. Gentlemen-We, your committee Chairman Board of
before tae board and
t Resignation of J. W. Wells as fer- appointed to check up the petition sioners, Marion County, r
hat Early Galloway of Fairfield for Holiday Presents up to *'O :
ryman at Eureka, as accepted. calling for an election to decide
a br aOwJlteU to UM poor farm, and Upon motion it was Ji.
Petition from Eastlake, Fla., whether!
intoxicating liquors shouldbe ,!
Austin Brothers of Atlanta, '
upw uuuoti trine wa granted.
questing that the connection of the sold in Marion county or not, with ,I
ROBERTSFlorida :
It tuvtoff bwu brought to the atteuUUB plans and specifications &
road leading from tOO A. C. L. TL R. the petition of signers asking that I
uf tee board that tbe Clark Ray bridges across Blue River,
depot to New York avenue, thence their names be taken off of above said I
I JufeUMMi I'uinpaa) of Martel has made nelon also : l I
along New York avenue to Broadway petition, have completed checking the IStokes' '
ibt- road leading from Fellowship to Ferry; one copy of
be made a public road. Upon motion. same and find that the petition asking \
a IMiMtard Impalpable from running specifications to be sent to i: -
of Commissioner Pyles said for the election contains 1350 --
Y UI.-r it with log-car;a, it was ordered of this board and one copy ;, I
granted. qualified electors and that 187 have tn
but tbv raid coUipiuiy be requested at the home office of j
L'pon motion it was ordered that asked that their names be taken off
to i.pair haid damage immediately. Brothers of Atlanta Ga. j "
M rs. Sarah McCormick be allowed to said petition. This leaves 1165 registered a LANG Ocala Flo
Mr. U. K. Keenly appeared before The clerk was ordered to > \
redeem lots No. 55: and 58 in section voters on the petition asking :
i IK iiiuird and aked that he be rellevI for sealed bids, to be
17, township 12, 21 laid for the election, which
range as constitutes
1u < $ti HJ personal and poll taxes January meeting of the ; on nearly every wagon that drives by '{Jiff '
down on the of said one-fourth of the
t'-\JI'ttU,1) anf s.st-d from the fact map section, registered voters as will be held January 8, be said of Carriages, Buggies and Hrn*s,> t
made by \V. C. Miller, civil engineer, the books now stand. It also constitutes
iba ,.f. Kwuf % a* out of the state. board reserves too right to for this-and there is-a good one. Wnen *i t
I in the year 1SS5, said lots containing one-fourth of the registered
voters -
l pin ntotiou said n-quest was grant- and 'all bids. ; the people of this vicinity w e dtcitfod M t
twenty acres, more or less, upon the before any names were strickenby
-d. Upon motion it was that would need no apo'ogy. Th rttUlt
payment of the face value of the certificates ; the registration officer from the
\ jH-ii r ion Umg pisented to the the bill of John Heintz for reasoned that we could net afford to h"I
R together with the omittedoars' registration books.J. .
Uturd :;o t all au <-It'C'Iiuu under article work on court house yard : Co.'s, or mall order house quality .f fM4tt
y{ taxes, without interest.It .
,:J ft tin oiu>tii u11! appearing that the cost of leveling J. R.
! i square around court house, as per W. D. CARN.
Mr. Edwards have full
t" ottuit. allu,: liquors, wines or beers
i :. ill i I", i'NIIIt.ii t-tJ iu said county, report of W. M. Lucius, has been paidout Upon motion said report was approved turn a pair of mules !, ; FARM\ AND; TURPEHTINE
of the road fund, it was ordered and ordered to be placed .
on Mr. Dement some time
1I. .d" that] a warrant be drawn on county the minutes of the board.
lect another of mules WAGONS
pair :
:ion and ofi
w 11t..U p .tI w presented o
fund in the of $271.75 to
proper sum The board thereupon adjourned
un the ones returned.
i \I'o i \Hillpn quests of the
reimburse road fund for said amount til Thursday morning at eight o'clock. The board canvassed the We carry a full line of !
haul that their
.vi.: 1. petition
.xpended, and it was also ordered thata r
the election held
I.e.e. >. lr birifken or withdrawni
warrant be drawn on too fine and IH VEHICLES AND ACCESSORIES t
I i!I. i. fntiu. hu-h requests were grantI -: Thursday Morning, Eight O'clock for the purpose of creating
forfeiture fund for to
I.t. I ,. titnituK that said petition stillt..utntt Board reconvened. All members road district of Martel
t. road fund for feed of road convicts the Florida mule as well' as for te !M0
I Plant The
'd uauies uf registered voters since October. present. i returns in our lines and we assure you that wt *4M "
votes stood four for C'
laiK'i.txcetti. of the one-fourth of Upon motion of Commissioner Mr. McFadden of Atlanta, and Mr. I "make good. Your very truly
Uit Utal reflhtered voters of the against at Martel, and
Glasgow of Jacksonville, ,
Pyles, it was ordered that Easter Owens representingthe
4 'II'Y, attar examination and consid be allowed to redeem the southwest Austin-Weston Co., Ltd., of Chicao nine against at Cotton Plant.lrpon KNIGHTI i\ G. J t J

-iaiuni uf tlkIWiWt', it was ordered L Ill., motion of
g; appeared before the board
I to '
of the southwest
quarter -
quarter f
I Pyles the board a
that IlK> raid petition be granted and t demonstrate the proceeded
merits of their motor
of section 3, township 16, range .
vision of
the registration
that an tection be held as prayed. roller. .
The board being desirousof
21 the of the face valr
i upon payment 0p0'A rM (
this -
county, and it being ----- --
tbe resolutions
e Ibert'Opoa following ue of the certificates, together with purchasing a new roller, and Mr.
to the
pear board
-I''' offM-mt by Commissioner MathWbtrvas. McFadden's :
l"the omitted years' taxes, without interest proposition being very favorable lowing names were
rwa: r the county attorney drew up '
This board has granted the following letter to be sent to tbe wrongfully erased or j :; W. U. Graham I :
Capt. Pyles filed his report on the said registration books,
the petition of the various registered Austin-Weston
Company to-wit
poor farm, which is as follows: : were restored to paid books J BROTHERS .
voters of the county, asking that aneta'tioo The Austin-Weston Company, Ltd., j
Report of Poor Farm for Month of plication of parties, to-wit
.yp le held to decide whether Chicago, Ill.: :

the ml* uf intoxicating liquors, wines November 1907 Gentlemen-Your I List of Names to be Abstract Company.
Mr. McFadden i'
ur beta shall be prohibited in said To the Honorable Board of County Roon Michall, district r
of Atlanta, and Mr. Glasgow of Jacksonville
Mitchell, district 71.. L. :
coratjr. be it Commissioners, Marion County, ; Insurance

Ne..Ivt'd. And it H hereby ordered Florida: have called on us to demon--1: district 27; II. Slyke, district ;
strate 10-ton
a American
by thin board to be held on Tuesday I visited the poor farm on Monday, roller, as per descriptive circular motor road this |!: Sampson, district 1; Charles ;i jt Farris) and! Forn) Lands for Sole -,

district 7
w Iho 21>t day of January, A. D. 190, to the 2nd inst., for the month of No left ; G. Wade, I
day with us, which circular shows vestments
deckle whether the sale! of intoxicat vember. We now have 14 inmates, 5 cuts of the roller. These i; Wright district 1; S. W. : )

his Ilq'.ors, wines or beer shall bon white and 9 colored. One colored wo have gentlemen I i ton, district 29; J. W. OCALA, 'LOR1DA 'y tI
offered us this machine for I ,
i 22; J. A .Brooks, district ; -- t I
| hlbttud in Marion county, Florida, man named "Fannie," taken from a $2S:>O : ;
payable cash sixty days
and 11 is further ordered that thel Mr. Stein of Ocala on the 17th just, I I, Glymp, district 7; J. L.
after arrival of machine, and the bal isJ. -

rink l of trict 1; Jalley Graden, t
thin board give at least thin died on the 20th November; and --
ance in three equal payments, ;, .
one ----- --
C. Hill, district 21 H. II.
'y days notice of this election bytiiMuhinc one, Nat Oats a colored man admittedto ;
two and three years after date, with trict 24
| notice thereof in the man the farm at the November meeting I ; R. V. Hendricks, i
interest at six per cent. on such deferred -, Henry Hicks. e.i:I.t: iet 1 J. .4++.... 8.....i.... .....atP46 f1/1.
trw required by law which resolution died this the 2nd inst. J. C. Steward, ; L

war apid h unanimous payments. These gentlemen !| district 1 ; !J. R. Hunter, .
> a vote o f: a colored man, was received on the ; i
(Lea! board 21st of November, and Reuben Kein- have further offered to ship this ma-!'Geo. Irvin, district 17; l
chine prepaid to us, and give us sixty i D \ Y
!jgram, district 13 S. J.
Th'Tt-upoa the clerk: was ordered to a"I I a colored man, was taken to the days within which to determine I ; : r i :
trict 1 John Johnson
have published as required by law, farm on trial as a lunatic patient on ; ; tr.
whether or not we want it, and if it !
taw fulkiwinff notice: the 21st of November, believing, afterb I JE. Lee, district 16; C. II. :
is satisfactory to us within that f
Notice of ElectionTbt '%.g ad\ifed by a physician, that he days, tbe cash trict 21osh; Lushington, : AT I ;
< payment as above spe- W. E. I
McKay, district S
undersigned hereby give noticeto could probably be restored that it was cified is to be made. ; R. : :

all person that! ail election bbwn s the proper thing to do-feed and treat At the time of eWi, Jr., district 21 ; Chas. : 1

aiwl U hereby railed for, and him at the farm. I find that he continues making such cash payment, and arranging district 29; James Adams, ; : '

will tit hold on. Tuesday, the 21st day to run away from the farm,, would for the deferred payments, we H. T. Altman, district 1; f NASH i J

of expect you gentlemen to makea win, district 29 John : !
Januas g. A. D 19US. in Marion and now we are going to the authori- ; ;
p ,...* contract with us embodying the trict :2; G. A. Petteway
i-mnty e of Florida, to decide ties that he may be sent to tOO state ; ; .

n h..thr the alt' of intoxicating liftturn. lunatic asylum. guarantees contained in this order James Crosby, Jr., district ;

_lnfa beer blank left with us, namely, among Curry district 20; Robert : --- 1. II
or shall be prohiItot bOne, Mr. Crompton, a white man other ----- : 1.f
things, that would ,
in -i.! tounty of Marion, as profWti from Reddick, with a letter from Dr. you replace trict 1; Irby Duffy, district

hy \rticU. XIX of the Constitution L- Wilson, came to the farm and was which promptly may any break parts within of tbe twelve roller Eichelberger, district 1; II. : Largest Stock of This 1 ;

district 1
-if r.llt I.i... taken in on the 27th of November ton ; Sam :

I o.,\Hn| OF COUNTY COMV After inquiring into his condition and months, through fault of constructionor 20; M. Finley, district 7; I : Ever Shown in Ocala by of
reason not being made of the
district 1 Goin
SS10XKRS OF MAIUO.V his former life and citizenship. I advised ;; Gadson <
best material and also warrant thatit 8
; Fred Dunlap district 8 : -- --------
1t C"t'STST"TE OF FLOR- Mr. Priest to retain and care for ; -- :
was thoroughly made of good !
IH.\. ma ton. district S; Robert :

Ih S T 4rt I;+Titl'1K him.We have butchered 16 nice hogs and terial and good workmanship, and I 8; Geo. W. Coins, district I t

i'l. capable of doing the work for whichit Hector, district 8 I I >
Hilton :
-rk ol said Board of Coun- have 5 others yet to butcher. This ;

n Ci'iniiiiioners.. I guarantees is intended. trict 8; J. W. Willis, district sI. f
plenty of bacon, lard, etc.. Great
Having had and Small in Endless
N experience with
I1,' other Henderson, district 2 'I ,
tutou of Isaiah J. Fort for ap-I for the farm for the ensuing year. ; J. E. : : v
i rollers it makes Profusion
/ahtrnt nt as mark and brand us cautious in this district 2; Albert Williams and !
attached find financial re- i :matter but as ,.
or for .j I. -i ri t :No 9: wapresented.I.and I. 4 your representativesabove 2; Abraham Ross, district ; :
port Superintendent Priest '
: I'' named have been on the Prices
W. )
ground. Lindner, i
e.ptut| i-.u'.un; a \\.ls ordered that ; :
Respectfully: submitted :and know the condition of the roads,
a riH-i.n i '
iiMon -
i0 tin- governor be S. R. PYLCS Com. in Charge. I and what f TO SUNDAY SCHOOLS
work is to be done, and as (Continued on Page I : i :

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.. -' I : have our regular stock: complete 1 \

Irregularity is bad in every department of life, in meals, in sleeping GOODS, FANCY 600DS, MILLINERY, LADIES', *

I A but especially when it is a question of womanly habit. Not only is it a sign FINE SHOES, GENTS' FURNISHINGS, BAGS,

t female disease, but, unless cured, it will cause dangerous troubles, because i a call. Yours anxious to please ;

the poisons thus allowed to remain in the system.

t If you suffer in this way, get a bottle of

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. Wine i' A. NASH, -

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SIgn Mrs. Lucinda Johnson of Fish Cretk. WIs., vrites: "I 1 suffered for fourteen (14) with I t

t laity, causing great pain. At last I tried Cardul. and I years .
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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS -l t. ms were appointed warrant be drawn in ------- -
/ Inspectors I favor of W. M. I 17---- -- -- -- no.._ "'tW'U_ -
1o clerks at said election, to-wit: Lucius, road overseer, for $200, to THIS IS A CHECK ON THE THIS IS A CHECK ON THE THIS IS A CHECK ON THE

(Condo ed from;; Second Page.) Ocala, Box from A. to N.- Henry I j I meet pay roll for month of Decemlher. : SANTA CLAUS BANK SANTA CLAUS BANK SANTA CLAUS BANK

Livingston, S. L. Bitting and Baxter !

berger, district 1 ; O. L. Williams, dIstrict Cam. and W. W. Clyatt, clerk. Box I Upon motion it was ordered that ,

11; Dillon LOUR, district 12; E. from M. to Z.-M. M. Little L. S'j the board advertise for bids for the iI>i

I*. Guerrant. district 22; Phillip Christopher Beck J. F. Crawford and J. P. lease of all county convicts for the j I THE

district 3; Joy Drummer, district loway, clerk. year 1908; said bids to be opened ati' ;J GLOBE 1
Reddick, Dist. 2-H. M. Sberouse I too ''
3; J. T. Hall, district 3; G. A. January meeting of the board and

Lennett, district 3; Anderson Morris Porter Hull, M. H. Rou and R. D. considered, with the right to reject O ]
Rou, clerk. any and all bids. wQ rC
district 3; Charles i
Perry, district :3 II
Hardin Phillips, district 3 ; Flemington, Dist. 3-F. E. Smoak, The clerk was ordered to have the Dm

Scarborough, district 3; John; Henry Sher J. K. Mixson C. H. Gray, and W. D. following notice published: :i I December 01I C Oco *

man district 3; Mack E. Williams, Mathews, clerk. I Notice of Leasing of Convicts j 5 Q- ::9' !:
Cotton Plant, Dist. 4-Joe M. Notice is
district 3; H. II. Whetstone, district Hudg- hereby given that on j, i 2 z ll
1. ens Chas. Miller, John Parker, andC. Tuesday, the 7th day of January, A. I i <

And upon the consideration of the R. Veal, clerk. D. 190S, the undersigned will receive ;; I il-w :m t

application of the following voters Romeo, Dist. 5.-J. T. Hutchens J. bids for the county convicts of Marion ,

for restoration and transfer upon said V. Nettles, T. :M.: Morgan, and Wesley county, Florida, for the year 19uS: J I

registration books it was ordered Nobles, clerk. The board reserves the right to re- ;:I

that the said voters be restored and Camp Izard, Dist. C-Jno. Brass R. ject any and all bids. I Y
Christmas is
the r'gjt""Uon officer be directed to D. Stokes, G. C. Turner and W. L. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -! I lzQ, Coming ;pOm

rector stij parties, and Issue certificate Jordan, clerk. OF MARION ]

of transfer in compliance with Shady Grove, Dist 7-J. M. Doug- COUNTY, FLORIDA. Dmm
colD l
the law to the following lass, H. W. Douglass, Frank Moses, By JOHN L. EDWARDS, Chm. ] in Don't
named per m ; Coming a hurry, too. put off your Christmas shopping until 0
and J. :M. Coin, clerk. Attest: S. T. SISTRUNK, Clerk.
sona, to-wit: 4 < r rj the last minute and suffer the inconvenience of crowds. You take I
J. It. Curry, from district 31 to 32 Summerfield, Dist 8-J. L. Huff, A. Bonds to carry firearms were presented can D
; to the board and licenses j 0o I your time about it now and get just what want. Later
John Adams, from district 3 to 32; D. Mitchell, R. C. Billups, and J. E. approved e! presents you some eQ
Fletcher Custk'burry: from district 3 Branch, clerk. ordered issued as follows: W. of the nicest things will be gone. JJ

Lake Weir, Dist 9.-W. E. McGa- L. Hane, W. A. Tiller. James C. : This store is chuck with Christmas Goods
sensible and service-
to 32 Isaac Deloach, from district 3 ; : \lc-I up D zzS
to :U::: Geo. Davis, from district 3 to hagin, G. A. Scott J. S. Driggers andJ. Gehee, J. W. Brown M. II. i 1-1 able. It takes all kinds of goods to meet the demands of gift giving and z
M. Blair, clerk. Andrew J. Holton, II. C. Sparkman, I
1 ,2; Ransom Kills, from district 3 to Moss Bluff, Dist. 10-A. M. Higgins, A. N. Huggins. II LI-i COui I: we are here to please the people. We are especially going to take care m
:; stance Ellis, from district 3 to 32
N..11II4111 Floyd, from district :3 to 32 A. J. Snell, M. II. Morrison, and J. C. Tht following pension applicationswere I of the little farmer lassies this year, and have prepared a great Christmas
Martin Floyd from district 3 to 32; Pillars clerk.Grahamville. approved by the board: John f:' surprise for them. :Never was a girl in the world: who did not love dolls,

"errs Floyd, from district 3 to 32; I Dist. 11-P. L. Duri- Pasteur, R. P. Hampton Henry B. I Y so we have bought a great big lot of the prettiest dolls on the market to JJf

Wihtott Floyd from district 3 to 32; soe, L. M. Graham, J. B. Gore, and Nettles, Mrs. Annie T. Martin, Mrs. I z give away with these ads. These are 5o-cent dolls, and are handsome :D !
Robt Ida Wood Walkup. Mrs. I. I. Hall, Mrs.
Ww. Floyd, from district 3 to 32; G. Salt Holly Springs, Dist. 12-J. B. Falana Laura A. Cauthen. I 1. z n enough to set the little folks shouting. Bring this advertisement with you

L.Harris Hain, >from'*. from district district 3 to 3 to 32;32 Alonzo; Jas. W. P. Williamson, N. W. McCray, and The following justices of the peace I Y co I any day this month and buy two dollars'? worth of goods and you can exchange :D co

Jaa*.$. from district 3 to 32; Lawrence II.' T. Slaep, clerk. reported no fines imposed for the v this ad for one of these dolls. No two ads will be cashed for any ot

Jones from district 3 to 32; J. P. La- i Ft. McCoy, Dist. 13-J. S. Gran- month November: e! t one person. You must bring this or you can not get the doll. No devia D mr .

....... from district :a to 32; C. J. Mix- I tbam, II. C. Martin, A. J. Albritton, L. L. Hopkins E. S. Smith W. W. I, 0 I r tion will be made for any reason whatever. Parties who do not want the I cl
and R. A. Hogan clerk. Jackson, Alex. Wynne, R. C. Doug-
ata. from dlHtrl' :3: io 32; Jas. Morris l : < ; dolls can have the other gifts as heretofore. Santa Claus is expecting Cf) '
lass and T. L. Johnson. you
Orange Springs, Dist. 14-1. I. Hall :
frotu iliMrtrl_IT to 32; W. T. Taylor : H t at the store that is I
always right. D
D. M. Waldron, L. T. Uatchett, and The following justices of the peace w Z z .,
trutH W. F. Jordan, clerk. reported fines imposed as follows: HIe! Z 1
from ili.-trict 3 to 32; T. P. White- I
*ld.>, (arum district 3 to 32; Jeff How Linadale Dist. 15-C. A. McCraney, D. L. Grantham, $11.54:; S. A. Bul- tl-, coO We are sole agents for the White House Shoes for men and women, r:1 ;'

ard. hum dlHtrtot S to 28; M. S. J. B. Booth J. A. McCraney, and R. lock, $227.14; Joseph Bell county Buster Brown Shoes for boys and girls.Ocala I" '
judge, $118.C3.
B. Irvin, clerk.
h 1:11,: r M.-II. from district 8 to 28; D. S. ,
, Citra, Dist. 16.-W. A. Reddick, The county treasurer thereupon filed I
- *Sb a" from district 8 to 28; Joe
Gi-o. Townsend, W. II. Harrison, and his report of receipts and disburse- IY o''tf.z
from district 8 to 28 Dave
Taylor ;
Stewart Ramey, clerk. ments for the month of November, D I._
Warniifk. from district S to 28 Solo- .
< ztny
Anthony, Dist. 17-A. R. Griffin, C. 1907, showing receipts, including balances Z --- -
rum Warnork. from district 8 to 2S; i m -- ---
D. Souter, Carl Priest, and Geo. Pasteur : I CO
from district S ton
(I. M IteKulriUey. llxIIS:
School Fund
clerk. >
; David McAteer, from district 21: . 0
Martin. Dist. 18-Wm. Knoblock, L. Receipts . .. .$6391.23
to *; T K. Slaughter, from district F. Touten II. M. Knoblock, and P. B. Disbursements. . .. 59SC.37 ill o THE GLOBE Dmi
tl to ::" ; Frank DHlard, from district Livingston clerk. I i

8 to 21 ; O. H. Rogers from district . .
Stanton, Dist. 19-R. A. Kelsey, T. Balance. . .$ 404.36 t
10 to II ,''NF
B. Smoak, W. C. Black and Frank Road Fund 1 iW Z
The following names were stricken Lytle, clerk.Blitchton Receipts. ,_. . . . .$4221.32 : ; z Florida"IF :>

110II1 the registration books by the Disbursements.. . ... . 3999.83 ti U -f f.
Dist. II. IT'S
Badger, f'h A GOOD THING WK HAVE IT. I mt
tlarunty oommUaionera: _
Robt. W. Ferguson W. J. Willis, andJ. t
Ocala-No. 1 M. Butch clerk. Balance. . . . .$ 221.49 :1 "
M. Hugie. moved; C. E. Ball. dead: Belleview. Dist. 21-D. E. Stroble, County Prcper Fund : THIS IS A CHECK ON THE THIS IS A CHECK ON THE THIS IS A CHECK ON THE

Fred Maker ifl eded; Rostlc may andT. Receipts . . . .$1444.53 J l I,1 SANTA CLAUS BANK SANTA CLAUS BANK SANTA CLAUS BANK
Jno. S. Ashworth, Wbisenaut, ....
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UtI; WIlL Cot, :coved; E. II. Caruiic4aL K. Slaughter, clerk. Disbursements.. . . 139S.34 V"I"i. HI "'""""" --- -- ---- ___
dead; G*o. P. Carry, moved; D. ,".or .-'-.y-- -.. -
Aicliitosh, Dist. 22-J. S. Cameron, -
O. Kuhn moved; X. Lopez, moved. C. Preston Wiley, J. S. Thomas, andV. Balance. . . . . $ 4C.19 FROM FERTILE FLORIDA up to the present time. The qualityof NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

Precinct No. 11 \ E. Allen, clerk. Fine and Forfeiture Fund the fruit that has been shipped is -

F J. 8 lotltetott moved; W. It. Cox. Pedro, -Dist 23-R. J. Perry, R. L. Receipts . . . .$3334.70 What is Going on In the Land of the fully as good as last year.A Department of the Interior

i oved. Clyburu, R. L. Lewis, and P. A. Snow Disbursements. . . 3200.60 Orange and Grapefruit larger acreage has been plantedin Land Office at Gainesville, pja,
No. 26 November 2, 1907.
Precinct clerk. Some fine pines are being shipped strawberries around Miami this Notice is hereby given that RUf'l
JoA a lUHNpi. -. Balance. . . . n4.10 !
Dunnellon, Dist. 24-Walter Ed- from Eden.A season than ever before, and althoughthe White of Sparr, Fla., has filed no
Precinct No. 3 wards George Bridges, Jas. S. Moody, Special Road Fund is reportedat season has be'n"ery dry, the tice of his intention to make final five-
J. r Zvtrouer. moved; D. It. Zet-' and J. M. Barksdale, clerk. Receipts . . . .$ 427.74 big sweet potato crop plants are in fine condition and prom- year viz: proof Homestead in support of his claim,

Disbursements. . . 350.00 Electra. entry No. 31,245,
Mw.r. movt4. ise an abundant yield.
Candler, Dist. 25-J. McKinney, made December :24.! 1901. for the east
Saturday Morning J. M. Marshall P. A. Fort, and Tom Bean shipments from Tropico are The Pinellas Orange Growers' As- half of northeast quarter section 22.

Hoard rewnvenod. All members Pritcbett, clerk. Balance. . . . ,$ 77.44 getting heavier. sociation will meet on Saturday at township 13, south range 22, east,

prrseaL Sparr Dist. Stephen Civils, W. Building Fund Only a few oranges are being ship-I Clearwater. Prof. E. W. Berger of and fore that Clerk said Circuit proof will be made b< .

ordered that Receipts. . . . .$ 729.85 Court at Ocala! ,
I'pun motion it was D. Eminisor, J. W. Colbert, and Da- ped from Indianola. the Florida State University Experi- Fla., on December 11 1907.
Martin dUtrirt and Kendrick district vid Grantham. clerk. Disbursements . . 115.64 The larger part of the Candler or- ment Station, will deliver an addresson He names the following witnesses

IM. eim iNoltiUS! and known as justice Eureka, Dist 27-P. U. Milligan, R. ange crop has been gathered and sentto the white fly.-New York Produce to prove his continuous residence upon
of I hi ..(., district No. 19. Balance . . . .$ 614.21 market. News. -md cultivation of the land viz:
jw W. Dixon, L. V. Marsh, and Jasper J. Ja>1'o<; Harvey of Sparr Fla.
1'IHIU mot ion it was ordered that Drinson, clerk. Total of balances on hand and receipts More bay has been harvested in At Altemonte Springs fruit is coloring Ed VJUiubn of Sparr Fla.

Hutu' r Connor be allowed rebate Levon, Dist 28-W. R. Munroe, for the month of November,, Volusia county this year than in any rapidly. Cool weather has hastened Abraham Howell of Sparr. Fla.

1*> r.-'net mn of J10.32: on lands inELlttiftiup Charile Lucius Will Freeman, and J.I I 1907: three previous years.S. the process. Considerable green Joseph Smith of Sparr. Fla.

it;, rang-' :24. on account off Y. Hicks clerk.Kendrick. Receipts . .. . ..$16,549.37 R. Pyles of Ocala has three acres fruit has already been shipped. The 118., HENRY S. CHUBB.Register.

\ i t' ,'Trharg in tbe assessment of Dist. 29-W. V. Chap- I Disbursements during month 15,050.06 of yams, from which he expects to quality of the fruit was never as goodas

said pruprrty.ldr. pell. C. C. Priest. Jr., W. E. Nix, and harvest 1, 000 bushels. I this season. Administrator's Notice of Final DIscharge -
K: van Howl, representing; the Peter Loose, clerk. Balance in treasury. .$ 1,498.50 Plant City growers are rejoicing Ben Raysor, the well known orange .

W. l" T. I'of Ocala appeared before I Martel, Dist. 30-Henry Seckinger, Too tax collector filed his report, over a rain last week. It was not so I packer of Ocala, has just returned Notice is hereby given that on the

the board and requested permission W. V. Weathers, Archibald Cuthill showing: heavy, but belped vegetation won i from a honeymoon trip in the East. 19th day Of August A. D., 1908. the
house Licenses collected. . . .$ 821.00
around the court derfully. Mr. Raysor has purchased several or-
to put placards and L. II. Pillans, clerk. I undersigned Administrator of the estate -
..aare advertising the cause of tem4 Fairfield Dist. 31-D. B. Payne J. Extra poll taxes. . . 60.98 Wm. B. Nourse, a prominent trucker ange crops in his vicinity,and is now of Henry T. Spooner, deceased,

,..t was granted.poraarr. I A. Thomas, B. S. Jennings, and R. A. of Dade City, will put in 15 acres busy packing the fruit. will present to the Hon.. Joseph Bell,
Total . . . . .$ 881.98
aad upon motion said re- i Scott, clerk. of tomatoes and cukes at Veteran The ,first< car of citrus fruit shipped County Judge of Marion county FlorIda *

Notary bond of W. L. Colbert. with Geiger Dist.. 32-E. A. Smith, J. I. The board thereupon adjourned until City.Frank from St. Petersburg this season was my final account as administrator

J I*. Phillip and F. B. Turner as Whittington. S. A. Neal, and D. R. their next regular meeting.S. Stableton is shipping quite a packed and sent out by the Tampa of said estate.

sureties, was approved.The Zetrouer, clerk. T. SISTRUNK, Clerk. few oranges and grapefruit from Bay Packing Co. The car was loaded Stantcn, Florida, September 5, 1907
county advisor advises that the The board set January 10 and 11 as By II. D. Palmer, Jr., D. C. Electra to New York and Philadel-- for H. P. Montgomery & Co., and con- HENRY G. SPOONER,

poll las for the >'ear* 195 and 1907 the days of special meeting to be heldto phia. signed to Mason. Clark & Co., of New As administrator of the estate of

mu t h elector can vote consider the restoration of any Abraham Badly Brown Mixed of Winterton.Up N. The drouth at Ashtabula stil con- i York. It was started Saturday morn- Henry T. Spooner, deceased. 9-C-Cm

itt tbt, rlreh)3tu| be held on the 21st names wrongfully or erroneously Y., had a very remarkable experience. tinues. Even the largest orange trees I ing.-New York Produce News. I

of January. 1941s. and that such He says: "Doctors got badly mixed up are said to be dropping their leaves. _. I
lay stricken from the registration ----- - -- --- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
must **" paid on or before Ir.Y.. M. Lucius, road overseer, over me; one said heart disease; two i Robert Mitchell, W. S. Reed, T. P. PROFESSIONAL CARDSW.
Past called it kidney trouble the fourth
December 1907. T. D. McIntyre, and G. W. of the Interior,
Ir day of filed his monthly report, which is as blood poison and the fifth stomachand Bailey Department
On motion It was ordered that the follows: liver trouble; but none of them I Riddle are shipping tomatoes from H. POWERS, M. D, Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
November 25 1907.
clerk" U- directed to address a com- helped me. so my wife advised trying i Sanibel
of Road OverseerMr. that William
i Notice is given
Report hereby
Electric Bitters, which are restoringme PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.O .
of Ken- of Wildwood exhibited
Cbappell J. B. Jarrel
....k'.Uuu to W. V. of Fla. has filed
Scott Kendrick. notice -
J. L. Edwards. Com. in Charge of to perfect health. One bottle did
irtck. requesting him to remove his I f I recently two sweet potatoes, one of his intention to make final five
me good than all the five doctors
Road Work in District One,
time from within fifteen feet of the Hard prescribed." Guaranteed to cure weighing 16 34 and the other 14 1-2 i !fiee Yonge Block. year proof in support of his claim,
have Marion County, Florida: i OCALA, FLORIDAT. viz: Homestead entry No. 31,256; ,
editor of the public road, and to blood poison weakness and all pounds.
20 1901 for tOO
removed immediately. Dear Sir-I wish to submit the following stomach, liver and kidney complaints! The Japanese at Yamato have been made December ,
sane by Tydings & Co., druggists. SOc. x E. BIGGS. northeast quarter of quar
of work done and [
<* motion it was ordered that too as a report among the very earliest to ship pep- ter, section 33, township 14, south,

rU.it advertise for bids for road overMwrn amount expended during the month of Points in Common pers, tomatoes and other vegetables range 21, east, and that said proof will
of November, 1907. I have built about ATTORNEY AT LAW. be made before Clerk Circuit Court at
districts north.
of the various road The fate of Sir GobblerIs
11 191) tHe
Ocala, Fla., on January ,
of road and moved the pris-
POO yards of are being
quantities pines
the county; also ferrymen.board one with the time; names the following witnessesto
Tbq having completed the re-- oners from the county jail to a camp Cut down at his fattest shipped from Punta Gorda these days, Law Library. Building. prove his continuous residence
I' 'h'-t' : of the registration books, or, located about six miles north of His best and his prime. for which the growers are getting OCALA, FLORIDAE. upon, and cultivation of, the land,
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Ocala. I am now located near the via: .
stricken returns.
;:ti-d thai a list of all names good W. DAVIS. Jacob Anderson of Kendrick, Fla.
of regis, lime quarry, but the haul to place of Sanford truckers are beginning to
br the board and supervisor His life is not yielded Alexander Anderson of Kendrick
tratlon b* publish and postela: dump on road is still long. My ex- Stern hunger to sate, ship lettuce in large quantities now.
requlr by law, and the clerk was or penditure for the month has been The appetite rather Eight solid carloads went out from Anderson of Kendrick, Fla.
s62 96-a little heavier than: usual W. W. Clyatt of Ocala, Fla.
$ there night last week.
tiered to attend to the same. I Is fancy and greatAt one
account of a heavy repair bill of -- has Gary Block.
Thereupon. Mr. Leavengood of th! on Riverland, in Hernando county FLORID 12-6. Register.For .
Manner appeared and offered! to pub. traction engine in the gear wheels, plataitudes sounding been shipping about two cars of OCALA, .- -

lUh aU list in both the weekly is., and building new water tanks, which He also is huffed, cukes a week. The crop there this R. D. Sale,-Dr, Marean's Liver Pills!

lulls of the''I tanner and Star for $1]. ; 1 think will last now for some time. For he like the nation season has been exceptionally good. FULLER.DENTIST.. made from Dr, Marean's private formula

per Inch t r1the first publication, this!; 1 I have on hand cash to the amount With chestnuts is stuffed- Coleman growers are busy puttingin Over Munroe & Chambliss' Bank ; have been tested for twenty-

rowing the Wire cost to the coup. of $35.95, and think that a check for their cabbage plants and if the OCALA, FLORID five years; purely vegetable. Sent

tf to be paid both papers. Mr. Leav.i $200 more will meet December payroll And then when his glory number of plants put in is any indication postpaid on receipt of price. 25 cts. a

mgwod sail that the list, when setup : i for free labor. And heyday are fled the crop will be enormous. J. E. CHACE, D. D. S. box. Address,

should run about twenty name:; Men in camp are comfortably fixed, An unctuous ThanksgivingAbove From 200 to 400 crates of vegetables Mrs Beatrice Marean.

to the inch.It I and all say that they prefer the camp him is said. I'' a day are being shipped from DENTIST.Holder 16 East Belmont St

was oicVred! that instructions t<>I'to living in the jail. McLandburgh Wilson. Wauchula. Beans are bringing very Pensacola, Fla.:

tutor for thE election to be hell I ; Respectfully, I good money, selling for as high as Block.
Jafiuarjr 21, 190S. be prepared am I| W. M. LUCIUS, Mrs. Jack Croft of Tampa is the $4.50 in Chicago. OCALA FLORIDA Mr. Slayden Fakes of Asheville, N.
Overseer Hard Roads. of her uncle boxes C., Is here for the winter, and is cut
sent out as required by section 225.I! guest Capt. G. T. Fort Myers is about 60,000

f Geceral Statutes, and the followinj!j, Upon motion it was ordered that a laughs, and family. !; behind last year in orange shipments BANNER ADS BRING RESULTS. at the old place .near the .city.



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cC An erroneous iil.-a for a long! time The Sava.nnaha.2.1 Stores Review Editor Tines-Union-Will JM1'n i

prevailed that the jouth was more ads says that spirits of turpentine were yule go dry? This t$ A t'H'n thai ONLY ;

-( dieted to the drink habit than any steady for tie past week.: That the I I is being discussed from day to day 1,vail : Ii

It s pIslas other fraction of the country. prices advanced by small: steps from : classes cf people, :\11,' aasensti!

.., 4 Far a long Has the republicannew. 431-4 to 4514. An improvement for j'both yes and no. but tree ray ir.for.na' i J f 1

" .pern of the country tried to the week of 11-:"? cents. I tion the answer: Is most tnhancaU! i i

.., make! it appear that "good liquor" The demand seemed to continue to yes. It may be months and it may !vlonjrer. 1 t t 1

and -genuine democracy" were syn- partake somewhat: of the bullish but eventually tho liquor traf: : ,

OBMBOUS terms. Ec will have to Why: men bass I DAIS :
er spirit of a fortnight ago. The offerings 1 11
the New
We remember or.cetat
ticket is morn than
tale to vow a dry : .
York Tribune said that "every democrat continue pretty heavy for this l i
.... many can understand when ovor one ,
was not a horse-thief, but that time of the year, receipts at Savannah with any knowlerge of the facts cant +
I.teIII democrat again nming; well cp to the four + '
-t. fery bone-thief was a ; t see that alcohol is the root of all OM'.I j .
thousand: cask mark this week. : :
Oat democrat was not a drunkard
-, every II II and without root nothic can grow.,' (
- but that every drunkard was ain It says that the American turpentine -! I i
<< destroy the root of evil and th* fruit
.. in L/indnn is cow quoted at 37s.I ,
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..., Indeed ocra, the south, where denewe > for January-April, or ono: basis oj f-will I-I never' of be how produced.many women snri ,I, I UNTIL f 1

,. ., tfita indigenous to the soil then about 4S 1-2 cents Savannah: ,, whil< I children suffering today from I Il

.,.. Jc IMS borbe-atealin; and drunker- turpentine is reported freely offers]l are !
because !
want of food and clothing. simply .
Inert than in any other section of thUL e on that market for July-December d o- their husbands spend their; ,

wNNAM.. livery at SSs&L, per cwt, which i s : 1
... daily earnings for alcoholic drink. J i !
equivalent to about 4S cents for May jt
A compilation for 19"5 ha.sJut ,
cnsu which instead of doing them. .evxv'. : J
...." been made public and it show: i August delivery at Savannah. Th<:: th ar'i : /
make fools and criminals of AS1:4NN
flw ea that Cleveland. Ohio and San Fran fact that the future market for nex t sn'rfin CllRT .
selves and bring trouble and :
'1 i shoo California lead all other cities year has resolved itself at this time UJ I o ,
families. Aside from
M.1.41'ate IB the Dumber of saloons as compar a basis of about 4> cents would indi.1 ; upon of .., .
.1.. ,t think of the labor side the
194 cate that speculative offerings theeare :
(4 with the population. During I :
. 1'question.: How of tho aNr 'rs
...,. many .
.' there were 32Su saloons in San Fran- based on the competition wale ++ A t4C10 oa+eeeec+41.1101 14 180Q491.i11N.Na f1. '
1'1 ,of to..1as".nd, their entire eartur.ir.s E .11..N/.....+1+ + v.v NNI.c <
dice and 15.757 arrests for intoxicaHon. will eventually come in selling thi' I 5
,;of the wee'-v for "\1<.,.."',-." as: they ox- .
a In Cleveland there were 317)akwna ) I I speculative tank holdings against the -. for the coming Holidays now is the

;! rtit. and when Monday ('l'1 eS If you ares going to buy presents i
and the effect
new conseq-tct
tithd"I'I and 15.357 arrests for drunk- crop P
:around again aret:se.i up from tie
..eu. '- on values next season. : :: time to investate; our line. In our store you will find a lan<- as< ltr"'
. effects of their debauch that they art l, i
br tyou. New York In 1905 had 10,776 li, Turpentine is now rang-.sg in valutbelow ?! 3
casMe to return to their; daily! tasks-: ) and the lowest prices. .
raised saloons with 1050 grocers and ether of the previous: :hre. t : meat (which is what yon want .
Some of our people may say thatif :
"Rue G20 druggists authorized to sell li- years. At the existing prices it: .
tlt1aYltlrr saoon" ? .ire done sway with th.r i .
would have been :ood wish
There 198.256 arrests of I up .
quor.which 52.316 were were for intoxication; ,avidity year ago by CGU' :::ers wacnow Mind! tiger? will 5'.1 their places. ,' i+v.4.....3..4+4++4."VVYV.VV... + .. .++.,... v + 9.... ... ......... .....
"W i''t'I
Suppose tbey do. would you no: .
O3e9 for disturbing the 15. seem willing to b..y as spar:::gas ::} a .
peace 'Ixth
'W'JQrtI' i
fer a bind tiger !ooe than one with' 1 1Rememr
85 fgr assault and battery CSS for possible despite tie much lowrjvalues : for .
eyes open watching o.t :
than they -xp.c:2: :..;:
+rK homicide 4SQ for vagrancy, 2551 foiboiut :
whom be may devour? j!
..at.t.tt 13,787 for larceny I time. ;
-breaking. '
"" I 0: course you world: for the h'mt- i
2047 for and 33,417 for violations Rosins
gambling I
ihwt'the ers (otEeer? of the law would be au-
of city ordinances. During the Ii Rosins saw very ht> ctange out-
: ', tiorized to destroy the blind or.ewherever : .
side of the commona; s i-nns:: ibr
-ow ... period there were 82,572 ar-I seen while the openeyedones : : "

47. I UI U in Chicago 0.885 in Philadel- I past week. often destroy the hunters. ] 'WE CAN SUIT ALL f

"Kt14fl r.... 48.258 in Boston, and 34,486 inDtttimore. I and above showed practically nc It is true that those who have attained .

changes in values during the wers, A .
II the habit of drink. and are ab'eto .
bf'tt I The aggregate cost for administer- The receipts of these grades are rap- .
afford j:. will have their whiskeyas
..eta. New York for .idly getting to their lowest level i-.r
the of
ffll: government 1 From the to the
long as it is manufactured. but oar Touiigest
the year ending June 1, 1905, was [ the season and but little interest is men who are growing will: i'A
young up
>1 164,493,177.. In Philadelphia the I felt in their immediate future by: the
not !have: an open saloon as a temp
cost waa $32,535.074; in Chicago, $n,- i producing and factorage end of hr '
talon constantly before ther eye?. .
786,752. and in St Louis, one-fifth the { trade interest being all: centered CQ ? .. I Oldest I Ii. .
i erf ore they are not by any E ans

site of New York $17,9Ht'S9.Tbe the lower grades. so apt to acquire? the drink habit:
debt of New York On H and below the fiuctua-ons
public was which in due time will prove their ,
were considerable as will be seen i. i
r as compared with $33- rain both financially and morally. i j
from the daily closing quotations on
191.S56 for Boston JG3.COO.OSG for
1tt. ; It is a settled fact that the liquor

Chicago and tCS.SjO.ClO; for Philadel-i page 17. The closing quotations yesterday -traffic must and will go, so why: inist ion :.........e...N...........N11+ ...00901..N.4N.11.11101...0.....1..1...1..
phia. I though showed no vast df- .J
delaying the matter-why noted
The for the of I ferences in comparison with the previous I
expenses it now and let the redemption of .
life and in New York I Friday H having severed: a decline .
property was
:;those already on the downward path ; .
$ .n5.ff:;2. $2.3C The of ten cents, G-? o! Svs cents
or per capita. 1 i' .
I and the protection: of the young men, :
expenses for health conservation were while E showed; a gain cf two ani a : In Our Line You Will Find :
gat once
$1,508,575. Tie expenses for sanitation talf cents, D a partial gain cf five I : ALL KINDS OF TOILET CASES ALL KINDS OF ALBUMS
'I' Delaying the good work is in ODEH'S9 | :
wf' H,3U.535, $1.84 cents and C-A of fifteen cents as : ALL KINDS OF TOY TRUNKS
per cap
: : c: the word like filling the *
ita. New York's receipts from liquor I against their lower values cf the week!Ite sys- t + ALL KINDS OF TOY BANKS i r i
,I ::: c! a d'.:g loved one with stim1tdants :
licenses before. ALL KINDS OF TOY PIANOS "
were$3,991,390, or $1.50 per : :
fci order that
we keep
capita General property taxes in I Thirty of the leading turpentine operators : o ALL KINDS OF TOY FURNITURE
:,them with us as long as possible :
in Southwest Georgia net: at : -
New York aggregated $3S,5C1,3S6, or ALL KINDS OF TOY DRUMS
com that it will be all the more :
i i
Albany last Tuesday afternoon to formulate
$12.14 ALL KINDS
fcir per capita. !pair fns! to part with them when the : MAGIC LANTERNS
I plans for an organization looking STEAMBOATS
Lost Ball Game by Making Home ; to limiting the production cf naval : I : TRAINS, MECHANICAL AUTOMOBILES, MECHANICAL ENGINESAND
in no sense beneficial to
w { Runs I stores in this section. It was the I MECHANICAL TOYS OF ALL KINDS.
I oar physical condition but. on tis
v An Atlantic City N. J., special to,general opinion of those present that

"- tie New York World, under date of f: the prevailing low prices for spirits i contrary only another mode of mlttins: suicide by decrees. If our
December 7, says: i and rosin were due to overproduction. -I In
r t people will only think twice before AUTOMOBILES, FIRE ENGINES, HOOK AND LADDER .
A* the clock struck twelve last, WAGONS, RAILROAD .
they act we will be able to do :
-t Eight pent-up excitement bulged the i According to one of the prominent away ENGINES, ETC.; CHILDREN'S WAGONS TRICYCLES AND
i with the vile liquid called whiskey, ::
wtlte of the Morris Guards' armory .: operators who was attending the WHEELBARROWS.A .
It" beer, wine and so forth to the advantage
lilt city's crack military organization. :I'meeting, all the operators have lost 4 Word About Our Line of-
,, of all-rich and poor alike. j ji
.N Yr He married men's nine and the sink -, money this year. Prices have been DOLLS JOINTED DOLLS SLEEPING DOLLS
{i Will say here I am no at;
{ men'* nine were playing a gameD { low and labor and other expenses of : : WALKING DOLLS KID DOLLS BISQUE DOLLS
writer but am willing to do my best : :
bueball. production Lave be'n higher than a.
Indoor The fifteenth in-
to aid the people in destroying that'! : And all other kinds of Dolls. We actualy believe that we have the largest T :
+ had ended. The score was 10 to 'any time in the history of :?he h 1.i-: !:
IIMtlll I : which is of no good to any one, but | : line of Dolls in Central Florida We have the popular Jointed Kid Dolls at :
,I ness. He said in part:
50: cents to
19.At I harmful to many. $1.48.
this supreme moment nine wives "\ few years ago common resin i: jVALMORE I : :
I It.lt IZLAR. S. For the Grown Friends we have a pretty line of China Plates Cop and
the driven ; was bringing $4.50 Larrd, but the,
. Into armory, by corn- per
t I Jacksonville Florida. ', Saucers, Etc., Japanese Ware, Glass Lemonade Sets Berry Sets. Fin
4ass wifely anxiety. Then sounded price has steadily declined until today Crockery, Etc.

" 1 plaiatire chorus: the ruling price is $Vu.t the! Because Jacksonville happeo d t/j :.

tlI "Je.. do intend to sit all same time spirits have been declining'at .1 .C We cannot give the
you up be the center of attraction for a large j : you slightest idea here of what we have but assure

MPt, hmiac at a stupid ball with a: an equally disheartening rate hay- : proportion of the brightest, brainiest! .C you that a visit to our store will more than repay you. We guarantee

* l.Hsk stkkr ing gone from 69 cents per gallon to men in the country, the rest of the :C: everything we sell to give perfect satisfaction, or your mosey refunded

frk "Dick the ..ieL"WmAe the of 44 1-2 cents. The
baby's present price state should not be envious of thli i i(
there are burglars in the decline in the spirits market amounts :: CANDLES FREE TO SUNDAY SCHOOLS
MkN{ fact. The attraction of the mass':a ofttfc :
...... I am sure. to a matter of $17.50 a barrel. i Special Prices to Sunday Schools
I' people of the state are *-ntf: "din |: :: MERCHANTS
"Charlie, mamma came to visit usistbt "This state of affairs has finally these big Jacksonville m *n. ibiJ-j! ti 1. EVERYWHERE CAN SAVE MONEY BY BUYING THEIR

aIs' and I doe t'want her to know I iytst brought turpentine face: to face with : and ..: HOLIDAY GOODS FROM US
t ity capability are what a stat! or': It
keep such hours." a crisis. Matters give no promise of is an established fact that what we have we aril for less money than
nation after when
I goes in search of :
:1 Aad so> OB. The amried men's improvement, and when a few days J representative material. Not '. our competitors; we can easily do it. The reason is we sell for

. ate all made a home-run literally. ago a call was issued for operators in j I field farm workshop is .,quipped every '... CASH ONLy. .. . . . . . ONE PRICE

tJarn. forfeited to the bachelors, !' this section to meet to consider the'!
. with the product most ne5d dSt :: On a visit to Our Store you will find a full line of-
$ to 0." the j jToday I situation there and enthusiastic
II' umpire said tersely. was prompt Augustine Meteor. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, SHOES FOR THE HOUSEHOLD HV

the married men are protest-!; response. I If it ,: .
{ were true that the bntii-fct GOODS IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, LADIES'
III loudly against this desision and "At our meeting there was not a GENT OUTER -
I ; of
men the j:
country were centered in GARMENTS, LADIES' AND GENTS' -
*w.r they will carry it to therourtmartial dissenting voice to the propositionthat > FURNISHIN
I Jacksonville it would be all right t/> ;t GOODS, TRUNKS, HATS, ETC.
: ETC., ETC.
wits' board. it is that
inbt absolutely imperative
They i
ead! them down with all the We will
offices, have
: a Special Sale of
that "under the circumstances"ts I I there be an immediate curtailment of:; Christmas Goods on all Msrdsys ....
but it doesn't happen to be tru. : now to Christmas. R
>it cheeks should have been issued the production of spirits and rosin. : ,.
i 'I
t Rd the .game flaintod "early some|i There was a tacit agreement that no The orange situation in Florida! j is: IT WILL MAKE YOU FEEL YOUNG AGAIN JUST TO LOOK AT OUIII

1 .......: I II operator represented at the meeting at l past in good shaw'. TOY DEPARTMENT

I would cut any more boxes than may .

OM Time In Florida I be necessary to provide employment I j Visit Our ..

A FJorldian traveling during the t during the coming season to labors !! !

pant sttmmer m Spain found while;i not able to secure employment elst'- I a

....tq in Spanish archives an oldplrehL.st where. 'j

which was dated about I ISIIr itwsturit "Another meeting is to be called in ,! Santa CidusDepartment' :. 1
a ago, and proved to bed!, the next two or three weeks at which

y tile report made to Queen Isabelle by j time a permanent organization will i) !

.. JItaeH de Leos on his return from'I be perfected and officers elected. It !, i j lJIJe

. Ftertd. The following is a free1tfWulaUoa Is simply a 'ground hog case," which { I

- of the ancient state pail 'I confronts the turpentine operators,I

... .w: and forced to take that
I we are simply :

,.f'i I step for thus purpose of protecting our I .

. Ducks oe the river Interests. The combination of high i T

- Taten in the dish Most Complete Line V
; prices we are forced to pay and low

Ifs... Wood full of game prices at which we are forced to sell I I of : AETY STORE

14.1L. Aad water fan ot fish taken in connection with the tight i I H

..... ness of money, has brought us face ,

Tofcwco in the shed, to face with a crisis. Goods J

iua Oranges by the load; Holiday 2 i MARCUS

Otffee In the tin box Ocean voyages by rail will be possible FRANK THOS. H. HAR RIS

wvtfl And sugar In the gourd. after January. One may go in a 1

&& parlor car from New York nearly to IN OCALA

p ..fn Cider In the pitcher. Key West From that point the car

...... Toddy In the mug; will be placed upon an ocean trans- I OCALA FLORIDA

Wine In the demijohn port and the passenger will land at I k

r And licker In the Jug. Havana, Cuba, without ever having
!! M. F IS H E L :
-New Smyrna Breeze. gotten out of his Pullman. t9


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NOTICE j Nelson Daniel. Nelson, Wm. E. Davenport, S. D. Simpson C. C. \ ][errors, J. \\'., Jr. Wells T. N., Jr. Ulen, A. A. Lee W. V.'. Havord, J. P. Simonton, XV. L. I

K..ec, l hereby given that the folio I Nichols, XV. H. Nix. C. G. Freeman, Henry. Warren A. J. ]F'air[ Martin, II. Williams, Jack. Armstrong, J: XX' Madison, W. C. Niel, E. F. a
: Nelson, E. K. Nichols, R. K. Garner Wm. F. Williams, R. A. Joyner, Robt. \. XV. H. Mapes, Johnson.
mi? uaiuffl haheen Etricken or Ottensosser, L. Hadsock, J. A. Williams, E. E. Anderson, J. II Moore J. D. This board will be in session on the
: District No 15-Linadale.
tfTtid from the registration books of Paul Daniel. Parramore, Jas. L. Jones J. C. Zetrouer, J. C. inderson, E. L. Moyers, S. G.lassett 9th and 10th days of January A. D.
Mari nt <''>uniy, Florida: Kelsey Wm. II. Zetrouer. D. R. Drawdy, G. II. Myers N. P. A. B. Messer, J. M. 1908, for the of
Phillips. R R. Patterson, Samuel. purpose restoring such
District No. 1-Ocala. Large, Marion. Sandy, W. F. Robinson Jno. Sutler C. A. Moorer, E. D. #
Primer I. Perkins, E. E. of the above
I Johnson, T. F. Rigsler, J. T. 3assett, A. Moyer, II. P. names to said registration
And'' wy, Ju>>bu"" F. Pooser. F. D. Pittman, E. P. i District No. 5-Romeo. books shall
1 leek, C. II. Martin, E. R. as entitled to re-
Aud..null, Juu. Atkinson J. H. C. Prater, W. XV. Peterson J. M. District No. 16-Citra
I, Bracy, Abe. McClary, R. L. 3ond P. SI. Moot, II. T.Ilanton storation.
Atain. H C. Anderson XX' L. Ponder XVm. M. Peterson, J. W.
Constant. J. C. Ogle, J. F. Beal W. D. Perry, Jas. L. T. L. poorer, Ford BOARD OF
hall: t' K Drown, Dave. Padgett, J no. E. Parker Rucas. Dupree. Henry. Rostwell, L. C. Brinson, M. Reddick J. N. each, II. E. Miers, W. SI. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

harll'01. C. Bailey, T. C. Proctor, A. L. Parris Charley. Dean, Barney B. Rollins. A. Broks, L. S. Rhodes XV. M. r.onhamY..A.. McGahagin, Goo OF MARION

... r Fr.-d. Butler \\'. C. I Pebworth, Thos.Quarterman Gunter W. P. Richards, C. T. Gunn, H. B. Simmons T. F. [1r'an. G. P. Newkirk, Gory COUNTY, FLORIDA.

Ifcwi'H V. Bryant, S. B. R. S. Green, Jim. Roshire, Jas. Fishback J. C. Sykes, Jno. D. 3erry, A. F. Ogle, D. J. Jr. By JNO. L. EDWARDS, Chm.

it"'I' M. Barnes W. C. I Read Louis. Roach. D. D. Hamilton, Israel. Skipper, S. T. Fiddie, J. L. Strickland, J. D. .arnes; R. L. Oliver F. SI.lutts Attest: S. T. SISTRUNK, Clerk.
it<>ii. -'Mil Jan. H. Ilassett, Jno. F. I Richards Jas. Reagan, O. W. Marcum, J. G. Strawn, W. H. Godwin J. A. Tyson, G. [ C. D. Roberts, T. D.

II..M! N.-d. Bryant, U b.ItoiiiMdre I Richardson. Henry E. McClary, Levy. Strickland, II. C. Hall Wesley. Tompkins, J. A. Cutler, J. B. Roberts, Allan -- .

Muaco XV.Hun. I Richards, XVm. Rahue C. A. Markham, J. A. Spencer, Albert. Moore, J. P. Thomas Willie. [:'rone, Richard. Roberts, James J. R. Moorhead, D. S. Woodrow..
r CySV. Bailey. Peyton. Riley Geo. Reagan, F. 0. McGehee: James. Turner, J. J. Milligan, J. B. Thornton G. T. arter, C. A. Rutledge, N. President. .
il-i.i< t h. I. Jr. Robinson, Dublin. Rogers, Homer. :Markham, XV. J. Morris, J. M. Watson, F. L. [?'astle, J. A. Rhodes, J. G. Secretary.B.

Carsi.it: hat-l I R. 11. ( hitty, Jno. Rush Peter. Rubin, M. I District No. 6-Camp Izard. Mitchell Noble. York, G. II. ;'rater, J. J. Rose, J. C. J. Potter, Gen. Mgr.

( are 11. JUO T. Cridell. Joe. Robinson, Maurice E. District No. 17-Anthony. Dean, C. R. Roberts R. WOODMAR SAND AND STONE COMPANY
('lit l.i' U.Will.. Oordes, Jno.- P. Ruth Andrews. Rush, J. L. Archie, Geo. Sr. Maynard, G. G. Davis, S. N. Stevenson, Dan Builders of
('III Curtis J. P. I Rig ins, Stephen. Richardson, Edw. Ausley. W. V. Morrison, D. L. Baskin, A. P. Irvine, L. E. Duke. B. F. Suby J. A.

t ,an i I" XVm.iJi'll Cato D. \\'. Robinson, Raiford. Rice Geo. W. Archie, Dock.Iorrison.:! T. F. Brogan, William. Leitner, J. E. Dean, Homer II. Sessions, W. II. CEMENT SIDEWALKS

Carr P. (Carlton XV. IL I Sanders, J. W. Striven, Chaos J. Brooks, A. R. Odom. J. D Butler Samuel. Lovell, James. Davis, G. N. Scarlet, J. P. Dealers In

('uiv\ Jllu. C. Carlton A. SI. I Summers Augustus D. Brass John. Robinson, T. W. Crawford, Handy. Morgan, Simmons. Dasley, A. B. Samuels, J. M. LAKE WEIR SANDManufacturers

t'<>\ .J...."... Carlton, T. J. I Semen, Samuel. Strauss, :Maurice. Brass A. M. C. Ross Willie. !ay, J. L. Jlarsb, Walton. ]F'ullt'rY.. B. Stephens A. L. i of
( If' l'rllJlu*" Carman, XV. XX*. Small, Gibby. Swartz A. F. Brass Jno. J. Ross, J. XV. Duckett J. II. Madden, J. M. I :-'oxworth, W. Stalberg, Harry I''
Cla-h i XV I. Colyer, V. B. I 1 Smith, T. \\'. Smith. II. E. Brass, J. M. Rogers T. II. Davis Samuel. Neal Robt. Crumbles; J. A. Tower, A. B. CONCRETE BLOCKS,

tutll.lWill.. i Smith C. E. Stripling, B. R. Brooks, J. A. Ross, E. R. tail, T. Neal. J. M. Griffin, Geo. XV. Thompson, T. N. PAVING MATERIAL

lw\i Sal'le. Daniel R. C. Smith, Alexander. Simpson, S. S. Jf>ps. N. C. Roberts, T. D. Fontville, J. R. Priest G. W. I>gner, D. Traby, J. H. FENCE POSTS, Etc.
I Davis W. J. Stokes, G. L. Qadson, Henry. Pifer, A. Grantham, Henry. Tooky, J. A.
1>HVI J U. Duke, J. R.Dilliberry. Sparkman. L.1.. Short, C. A. I Estimates and plans furnished and
I mun l.-I t.t.u. XV. F. Summers P. S. Stewart J. F. Getty B. F. Trimming, Abram. Howard, Wm. Smith, XV. T. Jollandsworth C. IIlood contracts taken.
1)0"1Ioraau.. Dees. R. F. I Swinton W. II. Smith, J. H. Hampton, Phillip. Thompson M. W. Howell, C. B. Singleton, II. J. T. W. Tyner, J. A.

I. I iJacob. P.Ih.r lJo b. L. II. Stoves, \\'. E. Spencer, E. F. Jordan, Ed F. Thomas, William. Hill, D. C. Singleton, Kansas. Holder, Edw. Tyner W. H. P. 0. Box 956 Ocala Florida.

H\ K: t'. Davis, T. L. Stewart XX' G. Spraig Geo. H. Johnson J. I.'illiams, Edw.Lanit'r Herren, J. W. Sullivan, J. F. lodges Thos. Vogt, A. ..
l)uk-. o y IjiwrencelUlfllli Davis S. D. Sutton. Alfred. Sims L. B. J. II. Williford W. T. Haggard, E. L. Thomson, C.rvine iemphill: F. E. Vann, Robert I

I) U. Dickerson, J. II. I Stewart, Joseph. Sanders C. C. District No. 7-Shady Grove Prince. Williams, R. XV. lodge, J. SI. Van T. J. IT WILL '
HUMr r. Davidson, D. E. Stevens XX' B. Stephens, J. Y. I I Whetherspoon, XVn.. N. logan, G. D. Wells, James

lhtwkit. .'. c. Smith, Edgar F. Shackleford, W. II. Asia, Flanders. Johnson, Burnett District No. 18-Martin. Hammond, XV. B. Washington, Joe
Simpson, F. R. Shermerham, A. L. Brown, II. P. Lee David. ; Touston. J. L. Walker, H. W. .Ppy YOU !
Kdvanio. XVaiterD. P. Sampson, John. Crosky, Fred. Lemon, Miles Allen, Solomon. James, June. ordan, Frank. Wood II. D.
KH I., !il..r! ;T. W. E.Klli I Cohen Henry. Lanier Jake. \bersham, Hector.Kensler, Geo. Jones( XV. N. Woods, W. D.KE'en .
J. L. Taylor, Noah. Thomas. J. W. !f you have on hand to sell, or if yo"
RUKrlsoo'Emmerson Counts, WaUpr.litcben.. Gilbert. Prawn, Aleck. Kopman, Wm. H. G. Wingate, W. II.lndsay .
}:II:I!sol. II. 111. Cdson J. 0. Tyler: Geo. D. Turner, W. II. Chandler Geo.titrhell, Wm. Bradley, Isaac. Kinsler, John. R. E. Wood, T. I. are thinking of coming to Florida

}'& rn. O f\. Freeman Henry. Thomas T. C. Thomas. Samuel. Croft, Robt Myers, Ransom. toner J. H. Longwood, Bluff. ,yons, B. F. Walker, J. C.
}'catt It'"t rom, Jno. Ford II. A. Thomas, Jno. McLeon. Delansure, Henry. :McArthur E. XX*. Baxter, II. B. Lever, Wm.'urry VIcPherson, Nopotinfandenrender to make it your home, or

Port PhillipKralerirk Finley, XX'illiam. Thomas, Jno. Tompkins Tillis. J. ,J-J. A. Felder H. :Mosley Daniel. J. C. Livingston J. S. E. P If you desire! to invest
Daniel J. Taylor Geo. Fears Will. Norman Jno. Davis, Cupit. Priester Jasper
Flntt> Thos.Goodrich. Toph. Abner R. Troxler. G. R. District No. 25-Candler In kind of Flor-
Kor'! Henry.Ca ) Grady, Anderson. Parson, Dock. wily, Samuel. Stevenston, James. any

*! n. XV P. T. 1.liaut.IU1IC Usher, E. F. Grady, Joseph. Powell, John F Davis, Louis. Smith, Saml. D. authen, J. H. Fariss, S. C. ida property
\Vatt. Gates Walton S. J. P. Hazley, Robt. Virdin, Isaac. Rasterling. Boyce Scott, Henry.
Vaughn, Jackson. Verfen, Caldwell, William. Fort, R. I.teLong SEE OR WRITE TO
GottniluMo. Vaknte.Sante. Gasklns, 0. J. X'anDusen, C. H. Vogel, Frank J. District No. Summerfield.. Pord, Edwards. Lee I. N. Galloway, J. T.
( Gaskill XV. F. Fields, Henry. Stone T. F.
Richard. I U })
(innil Frank .\. Gress, XVm. \\'. XX'ashingtou Washington,, Geo. L. Butler, W. E. Huff, Toby. Griner, Wm. Saucy Jas. District No. 26-Sparr. J. LmnhilUllei SONS N
( Garrison R. II. Bostick Chas. Hamilton XX' W. ;roves. D. S. Tucker Andrew. .
> WI'| Wilson, Silas. Williams, Dan.
G,ndru' Ruhard.SI. Geiger R. L. Jno. O. Williams D. L. Cunningham, Chas.Hope, Wm. Jr. Henry, Harry. Thompson, Burrell. 3eal> C. W. Matcfcett, I. D.
Gallhlllll.'J J. SI.H.. Gordon J. W. Williams Williams, J. D. Williams, J. J. Counts, Wm. Huggins, Mose. Kardee. C. H. Wood W. P.Hall. Chapman Wm. R. H.Jilliam Peal Estate DeQI rs.

(lalt.r.- ih. XV. C. G.unn, .Anthony.G Williams, Frank. Wallace, T. II. Counts, Belton. James, Wm. F. B. XX'oodard. Hilliard. Willie Norwood, Willie
tlardt>mann C. Jos. F. Williams, David C. Cecil O. P. Jackson A. J. Hunt, D. Williams Shack. lary Winston Perry, J. XX' Ocala, Florida
--- Williams
1laniI tlU, XX' F. Hunter G. A, ,Williams__, ,, J._ u.ngni n. roo. n.w. Cobb J. J. Lofty, j. c. ames, Albert. Wilson, Thos. L. alden J. T. Perry, T. A. -
J. E. Dodson W. J. Lucius Geo. Jones Isiah. XVoodson Gus. Jary James M. Richards J. C.rantham .
1UU :>. L. Hayse. \Wilson, Henry. Wheeler XX'ra. T. I
llarhm XVillie.( Hall T. C.Hammond 1 Winer XV. K. XVhittington. W. 1.haley Dequivilley. V. Morris, Zimmerman, Warren E. J. S. Smith, XX" G. FISHEL'SHeadquarters
Davis, C. P. C. J. L. Smith Walter C.
W. B.ledxca. J. D. lowell[ Nick:
Hay. 'hall. ,\ Z. R. Williams Ellis N. W. McPhaul, R. D. District No. 19-Stanton.
) Jno. Halsell, L. S. ,Whitesides. P. W. Williams, J. XV. Hooker, D. W. Taylor. John XV.
E. \\'. : F. Ellis A. N. rarham, Robt Allen, Robt. Hopkins, Jonas. lalsell[ A. B. Tugerson, Thos
11' f baK 11. Ilud on 1 W. G. Williams, Jos.
,", S. _. Harnage. J. A. A. J. Fason Louis. Pop: J. D. lard, W. L. Hyde, James. Tones, Phillip Tugerson John

n Jii'i! "t',.rd.. I.ucient. Hutchings Hayse. 1'. P.Wm. J'I'I :'White Wright Arthur.Thos. Wilson Williams, II.' C.i'right Frozeit Fore, G., J.D.A. Slike Phillips, Adam Geo., Jr. Davenport., Wilson.M. A.II.Kelsey titchpll.W.James.T.lelane Meadows Ieadows, S.HarveyTaylor G.District J. T. I 5 and! I tOo c Stole

llouirh. li;. A. R. I' I. Ed. Warren, J. A., Jr. Gadson, Ansel. Shuman, L. W, Gutbrey, W. A. Ogden. Geo.
I. O. F. E. Washington, Genl. 27 Eureka
H. r''ii! Samuel D.I.\\Vighe. Gordon Jas. Smith, Samuel. Hosletter, Jos. Peed W. W. No. -
Hall< n i.. Hobbs Woodruff. Wash. Williams John. Goins J. W. Sharp. W. E.
Hopkins S. L. Fred. Blitchton. Brinson, V. A. Prevatt, C. H.
Ha-" \Xm. Woodruff Eddie. Williams. Goethe, A. L. Warnock, J. C. District No. -
t" ad Jno.Hair. 11. K.Mali. Williams, Samuel. Howard, E. E. Sherouse, Dave
.lit\ ;:'ta:.i. iX'rtebt, S. C. Graham, Jno. Webb. G. D.
Jas. H. Herring. T. I. 'Wilkinson Bradley Goethe II. M. Warnock, J. B.Winegared Anderson, J. A. Ferguson, M. L. Hall. Will Tuton, John A.
R. 1.Ibiiiin '. I Akins, W. L. Green Geo. B. Tuton, M. M.
1U K Mursan. Hampton Williams. Jacob. Wen, E.iVhite Bill. A. .Harris, L.
R. F. Harnage. J. I.llaiiiju.m. j'\ Edward.Tongue Hope Hinton. Armstrong, Lee. Godwin, J. L. Prevatt, J. H. Wells. T. N. Jr. forChristmas

J. F. Hough. J. D. I G. A. Tongue B. C. Howard Atkinson, S. D. James, J. J. I. Prevatt, L. M. Welhoner, I.
JlallIt'l"man\1. Hunter, II. R. District No. 9-Lake Weir. ditch W. II. Mason, Wash.
John. I Tongue, G. M. Yongue. Wm. Blitch W. D. Maxwell, Edw.Barron i District No. 28- von. I
XX' Hough
J. !
Hanvy. Driggers, J. A. Mann, Perry. :
A. No.2-Reddick. cnarne. aiaxweii, Jno.
Ha 'olumbus F.Huger Stephen District Sellars, I. L. L. A.
n Driggers D. E. J. A. !Brown, Gus Olliver
Itahrelhi. A.lrvlni. Billingsley, J. II. Harris, Charley. Freeman, Jas. Thomas, Henry. Brooks, II. H. Puff B. F. I I Carter, Robert Popell. J. E.
.. XV. A. lsni. Oliver. Bobbin, A.\I. Ion Phillip. Jr. Fort N. L. Wright W. J. Brown, W. Pedrick G. W. :Davis, T. N. Smith, Walter

Illi ram.It'xantler.. Bobbitt, W. D. Jackson, P. C. Grantham J. L. Whittington, W. I. BUtch, E.N. J.L. Potts, V. B. I :Freer J. R. Smith. Abner
T. B. Jernagan, H. J. Walker, J. W. Curry, Smith, J. A.
Jack wu. Sam'l E. Johnson, Drown James. Mann. Henry. W. E. Rogers, II. R. Saines W. J.
Jaw'v Aaron C. Joseph C. XX.Jao Billingsley A. F. Landon, Geo. Morrison, Wm.District Curry, T. C. Roberts, Jake. II Hughes, E. R. Shaw, Dave Goods
Jordan. J. A.Jphnnm. Boyd, A. F. Long G. SI. llinson[ M. W. Smith, Dan
''l b.. Jtwhua. No. 10-Moss Bluff. Caba'rris, Lawrence. .
A, C. Joiner, O G. Cromartie, D. S. Landon. Thos. Lewis. Smith. J. B. I.Holowey[ J. G. Taturn J. O. aor
Peter. Jarrell. XX. D. I 'alvin, Sam.Cromartie Morrison, J. J. Brunt Geo. XV. Thomas. McClain. Days, F. Smith, Joshua. LeGore, James Voins. G. C.IcCrummon. .
Johnsn M.
I Dixson,
Ji.hnou. Jno. Jarre. J. B. N. D. Metz, Charlie. Fort A. SI. Perry, Isaac. C. S. Sellars. J. :M. I :\ A. D.Walter, John
j.n-. iji'. Jarrell, W. B. I Cromartie. II. G. Meadows 3.'J. :Marsh L. D. White, A. J. I Elberson Edwards E. Taylor. Jos. P. Norris, II. E. Walker, Grant
L. W.JODI" Douglass, Peter. Rivers, Prince. Nathan
Jackson Xiary
JonJHl.. District No. 11-Grahamville English, C. C. Williams Paul.
A. J. Davis, Jack. Shealey, J. N.
Edward! Elberson, G. W. Weaver District No. 29-Kendrick
l Jour,. WI.. Johnson C. Fraser, J. XV.Green. Sanders, Emanuel. Absh.irt'Vm.. F. Holly, Alex. Ferguson J. D. Weathers, E. B. Largest Assortment of Toysin
Jno. Junes Evanglls.Jelfur.k Linder. Turner, Adam. I Blodgette J. D. Holly. D. F. Andrew Will Early, B. F.
'al\-"II.\ Flana. J. T.District
l IMmonO. Jones, J. C. Hull, Wm. F. Williams, Wm., Jr. Crowell. Josiah. Holly J. W. Andrew, W. Guthrey, B. J. Ocala.
II Cox W. R. Holly. R. L. No. 21-Belleview. Burk, J. S. Sydney, Gabriel
Kt'lto.,,> XV. T. District No. 3FlemingtonAllen Chalker, S. L..Johnson, E. J. Bonner, J. II. Whitehead Thad -
I'-Yo'lon. P. L. I. '$ ie. Jno.Y.. ,Gibson. C. T. Johnson. E. 0. Ashby Sungster. Slorrison, Wm. Chr irte G. B. Waters J. W.Cutimings NOTICE
A. 1. Jerry.Iir.kt>ns, Colbert. Barrett, Jno. F. Morton. Jack. p
Asa. VeTQrt H. L. Long XV. P. John
Uw. : Griggs. Goo Wesley,
W. Mitchell Tom.
Anderson. Alexander.Bruton Barber. G.
Unibr :ht. C. C. Gore. J. K. Mock, A. B. Davit L. L.District. Sealed bids will be received by the
F. R.
J. R. Daniel L. Pashly
K. R.Ijw W. T. Williamson I Boone
.1lfred.Love W. P.
Lark. Grantham. F. L. Mills board
county of Marion
XVm. o.vJ.. Jno. E. Brown, Amos.Iayfield.. Allen J. Howard J. H. Reynolds, H. S. Barrett, J. S. Tony, Frank. No. 30-Martel -
county Florida for the
Llpscombe. XX II.U'lnJston. Brown Berry. Moore, Jas. \\'. Edwards, Wm. Taylor Dock. construction
Lt-t'. J Peter.i.inJs2Y, \\.. C.L Collier .\lbert.Ioore, D. F. District No. 12-Salt Springs. Goodrum. XVm. Williams Wash. Adams, Jno Jacobs, Jake H. of steel bridges across Blue River

Long. Gabriel. Chilers. L. J.lcDonald, A. F. Darner Jas. McCaskill. W. C. Galman. Solomon. Williams, J. J. Adams, Wm Jackson, SlackBug. near Dunnellon, Florida; also
J.ItUt' I.. J. Moore F. E. A. Williams. Benj. W. L. Jacobs Jno. E. XVithlacoochee River, at Stokes' Fer
UllI J. W. Davis Jas. J. Blodgett. J. F. Waldron, Dan. i Harshkey
Lloyd. II L.Ix Little Henry XX" Dillard Geo. Pty ton, Sidney. Colgrove, Silas. Rainer, XV. I hillier Glens. Wings, Elias. Boyd J. A. Johnson, R. H. ry. Copies of plans and specifications

>pez. Joseph.Low. It Lang, Felder. Days. Jno. Patterson, Davis. I Dickson W. F. Riler, J. W. Jacobs, Saxton. Williams, XVm. Calhoun, D. H. Sillier, P. D. .i can be had at office of Austin Bros.,

.'r> Jas.. fang Guy C. Drew, Silas. Perry Joseph. Hiscock, A. O. Riler, J. V. Jenkins, Wm. J. Williams, Limus. Clark, D.1.. Stiller, H. W. Architects Atlanta Ga., or upon application -
Ixipoz. N.Ike. Dozier. H. Rickett J. J. J. W.District. Dickson, Benj. McBride Isaac to S. T. Sistrunk, clerk circuit
\\', Leitner. Evans. A. I Jones G. Smiley, T. B. Moore,
Green I.ayne. B. S. Ellison, R. E. T. Reeves, Louis. Lewis A. W. Tyler, Jno. Dorsey, Jas. Pitts, Wiley court, Ocala Marion county, Florida. |
rf:> Rafe. No. 22-Mclntosh. Said bids to be opened at the meeting .
White SI. C.
Long, R. SI. Ellison, M. P. Roacher, Jas. I Marshall J. H. Yarn, Jno. T. Finley, Joseph ,
],ever Edward.kL Floyd, Louis. Reeves, O. J. Barkley, E. E. STozelle, V. Hill Jesse of the board to be held January
William. District No. 13-Fort McCoy. 8th A. D. 1908 and the board
yd Floyd, Geo. Smith, Alexander. Chambers, B. R. Mobley, Jno. reserves
B. z.Iathews, T. W. P. Natteel. Harry. District No. 31-Fairfield the right to reject any and all bids.S. .
Mathews Floyd! Wilson. Solomon, Sol. Blasinsame, C. F. Rowe, A. L. Cromer,
) arhland. XVesley G. M.Duller. 3I. Garrison Jas. Solomon, Paul. Grantham Marion Rhodes Jno. G. Camron, W. D. Porter, L. V. Alford XX'. D. Philips B. F. T. SISTRUNK

JU1\'f. Pt'tpf. Mann Marsh, Roland.MlIlon. Hamilton. Chas. Scarboro, H. H.Spates. Gunter, A. F. Thomas Joseph. Daiere, H. R. Penis, Jno. Belew, J. I. Smith. XX". H. Clerk Board County Commissioners
=y J M. Siiller. Albert. Hargroves, Jas. Edward. Hogan, W. J., Jr. Turner, K. R. Fanbach, J. A. Prince R. L. Billing, J. C. Strickland, P. S. Marion County, Florida. 12-13-4t. ,

Henry. Marsh, A. Hamilton. Thos. Taylor Cally. Lovell, Jno. Waldron, J. :!>1. Jordan, J. H. Richardson, J. P. Cook. A. SI. Turner, J. H. ,!

r )100,.,. T. W. Malone, F. E. Holrage, Jerry. White Silas.XX'ashington. Madden J. M. Waldron, J. B. Jones, W. A. Turner G. W. Cresman, M. J. Tucker, J. H. AUCTION

Moore. Frank. C.Marean, Dr. \\'. H.g Harris, Riley T. P. District No. 14-Orange Springs Jones, ,,'. P. White, E. R. Creshman, J. L. Turner, C. S. ,-

Monroe HoWd MorrK Jno. Jones, Saml. Sr. Williams, Dr. R. District No. 23-Pedro Cave, L. G. Webb, G. H. On the 21st day of December, 1907, ;
)dyers. falter., n. C. Jenkins, S. T. Walker Charlie. J'j Abstine. C. R. Kine. J. P. Cave, J. A. Weathers, Sharper at 10 o'clock a. m., in front of the ,j
Morton, 11. U. Miller, W. W' Johnson, Jno. Wilson, H. L. I mount, Owen H. Matchett, Wells. Brown, J. E. Perry. L. S. Depass R. 'F.Mills, C. C. postofflce at Leroy, I will sell to the j
Moon Win.Miller: F. W. Jennings, Dave. Bucker. Henry C. Mathews, D. H. Collins, S. J. Perry P. H. Hunter O. H. Moon, W. W. highest bidder the two Fouth fortiesof 1

"; Martin, XV C. Marean,. DaT"id.turl'f'U Bird, Jno. STeggs, James. Davis, N. D. Roberts Solomon. Jones, J. T.Slurphy, Wm. A. my Agnew farm In Cotton Plant,
lolart1n, Dl1n.an.tyt'r District No. 4-Cotton Plant. Bernard. A. !McBride Andrew. Ben. Roberts Joseph.
1Ienl1' Hope Johnson Geo. Milling, W. N. namely: Southwest quarter of the
) DorriM"Coy Brown. S. H. Mills, Sam T. Barnhill. S. D. Pierce W. Harrelson J. M!. Tatum J. C. Lewis. J. S. southeast quarter and southeast quar '

McDonald Scriven McDonald K. Chas. Beck J. L., Jr. Mack Prince. Dagan, C. Quick J. :M. Johns, Wm. H Williams, J. J. Nance, Jno. Jr. ter of southwest quarter of section

Morgan.; Jas. Geo.lrDonald.. B\. \\ Barco D. Nemcomb. Farmer, L. D. Rhodes, Wm. SI. Nichols George. Williams, Taylor. Sherouse, Henry W. 20, township 15 range 20. Terms given
ay )Iontgomt>ry. A. Boring J. :M. Nobles, R. H. Farmer, R. Leven.Rhodes Geo. Ferry, Chas. Williams, :Sloody. on day of sale.

Mitchell Jas. lrCaU McKinney f H Collier G. S. Price, West Fink, T. J. Thurman, J. W. District No. 24-Dunnellon. District No. 32-Geiger, CHARLES HOLMES,

)Michael. Nelson. McDonald,- E.V. Collier 0. W. Rice Jackson. Hall P. E. XValdron, J. C., Sr. Lee. R. E. Calhoun, Sam Sullen, S. C. 12132tw. Leroy, Florida.
llchae1 Carolina. Wills A. D. Allen G. F.
) J. J. : Clark R. B. Robinson, Jno. W. Hair Jno. ,
March W. B. Mllley,



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Railroads used to placate
legislatures. They employed lawyers r

for the purpose. Railroads had no a t
t choice. It was pay or be plundered. :;: -w 1":1 '

Lawyers of tbe Depew type minimized
vb a &
the blackmail which was universally 555 Knight -1
Comprehended to be blackmail and acgeleseed .U 1
| in as such. There was no II-
liMion on the part of the public respecting -
its nature. It was condoned, ,
not condemned. In fact( Mr. Depew ::::3 77 .
I would probably observe, in this latter
!t &y;e of his practical philosophy, that
I; It was part of the political system of SALE : ItTo
i totfe parties, practiced by the one in BIG CUT PRICE .
t power, denounced by the one out of
\ {.ower.
From minimizing blackmail withoaey a
it was but a step to acquiring i _.
.. privileges and exemptions by the rTlrTl Z=
erne means. Thus it came about that b
aa excellent understanding grew up '
all over the country between the railroads in VEHICLES QDONT

t and the legislatures. For a .
time it begat comfort, but there is an '-"
_written law touching corrupt relationships f-o.-... .... .. =: '"-. t
; corruption ever breeds cor- c A $75.00 BUGGY.
raptiuu within corruption's self; and I I 7. FORGET THAT YOU GET A CHANCE FOR EVERY PURCHASE AT OUR .

with the appetite on each side growing .
more and more insatiable disruption :-.. .. ___ -- !L ru \ -
r came. -- 5- -1 ___. -

The lawyers who manipulated the I- ---- _-__ 1.
; legislatures saw the value of the ._

,: knowledge themselves they had levied gained tribute and presently on- 150 Buggies Four Car Loads vTag'o11 ;

the now defenseless railroads coupling I e : / ,
with the mostpasoiouate
r their new industry .a,
espousal of the moral and _
destructive precepts of the president

!:. of word the went United forth States.from the When great exec-the I : .J I

;;. rove that if the: several states did On account of the great Money panic we are r /
? r.x
lot bestir themselves to regulate and o j \
I _, AIM
chasten their creatures, the corporations I

tcee speedily,and the relieve duty federal by them government"new of constructionsof that would privi- I I I Forced to reduce our enormous stock of Buggies :. II

the constitution"-then every
blackmailer and demagogue in the 1'

country the The knowledge old was railroad on gained the alert.lawyers in the rich serviceof in :I I to and Wagans. For the Next Thirty Days we vliII I .

blossomed forth t'7 a
the corporations I Z -5 i ..
Into reformers and patriots, and commUting i o _-
Mr. Roosevelt's text book to I H
t heart made the air to seette. This I i' !: sell for CASH our
they did in defiance of his bitter but nt M
l truthful denunciation of them and OU z>
t their entire class, he having with unerring ZII- =- -
t acumen detected them- as in- a'4f1
I: fringers and pirates from the start, I rI

and gibbeted them accordingly in a I $85.00 Buggies for.| $75.00
message to congress. The railroad I 1i
lawyers did not care. They had a i 1t(
teal audience for once in their lives, I ,4 .,tf. )t.fi1J J (
i a& audience warmed up and prepared { j r $ J BI "Clti nn

and tar them they addressed by Mr. Roosevelt themselves himself to the, I 0 i:' :, $75.00 Buqgies f or. uO.uu Q
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It not before the f \ 1'\.1
was long "
propaanda 'r' '
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of destruction and confiscation '!artiri 4ie t t
k= outdid that of Mr. Roosevelt himself.i 5 llp]Fr tll} j S. 65.00 BuggIes for. S55O 0 I ItJ "

i TIle obscure and shady lawyer became .I .
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the state's most noted and con- <: : '': .: .. ,\ ,1. \ }
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hatred+ and malignity he himself hadE "op.i"G"- ;> :"'";"- S 5 00 ; i 11 110
tatted rode triumphantly into thStates \ Buggies or. S ;
f highest office while the corporations Ff .
tied to the cold but receptive <
bottom of the receivers. -. .... ,
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Chaos has ensued pretty generally z We will give proportionate reductions on Wagons, and we are prepared to furnish with *kCJ '
r 7OS
M vhere this has happened. It is not ... WAGONS you
i everywhere that Mr. Roosevelt has h any ?kind you want. Our stock of HAR.NESST and Buggy Gear---is the largest in
; tea able to esconce a judge who is ,
: property saturat -d with Rooseveltian I o this section of the country, and OUR PRICES ARE YOURS. We must sell them, so if you need anything in this line B '.
:. Contempt for the: constitution and for \ '
common! senit'ilence it has result- now is your chance to save money. These opportunities don't come often. Don't forget that we are headquarters for :)

cd that there are arising on all hands a t.

r t ominous fiBd tho state conflicts authorities between, wherein the federal the 03 Robes Whips Horse Blankets V'u
Lap and Covers
curious Ill-paid feature and unconsidered is developed that federal the cb aIB 2

judge to have rooted o
ii', proves a respect M
for his calling, for the constitution -
aad for bis obligation to the law of I -
the land. It is an inspiring spectacleto fo -- t
see some of these southern judges

..banding f r an of the inflamed down state-decisions mob handing, led by in down a the govern-decis-teeth :Q 4 'We have what you want, and Ieall 'V1iat ; COB '

tali as if they had an army to enforce r
them when there is nothing to

t, arty wutain and them sense ut of the self-respect.court's own dig'I''I a.j we Say about the price. Come Quick: 1,

tr IB the sinister unrest and :J 11
I. tace la which Mr. Roosevelt's long
j and.arduous agitation has plunged
i t' country it is to the bench that n 'avoid the Rush. U
J honest and law abiding men look for c
the re-establishment of order and sta- 'I
I ?
I bility. The example which the supreme t9< *
court of the United States has -
already more than once afforded, and z =" FOR A $7500 UGGY.
th- growing certitude that the federal r 7.a
11" i...4ucry of justice is only in t-- -- : 3
V small part perverted from its legitimate "' ----4. i
tUJIC..tions--th are things that r
/lea cling to in these troublous times

with Jealous lesson apprehension.The is now being. brought K: LRi I 01 rri JL & LANG

home that there are no security and m
Bo prosperity save in the observance .m rjH
of the law, and that no state can enJoy M

either when Its administration i The "Veliicle i i'
falU into the hands of unscrupulous Dealers "
and unprincipled demagogues who ;
wear the livery of reform in which tosene F2 Cpp ,
the devil of their own cupidity. S2--0 M

-:The New DeLaaJ York Sun.News says it took ; OCALA / v / FLORIDAtKNIGHT ; C .
Mke a want of Rene on the put the Florida turpentine operator to f'
allow their business to be taken to
Savannah from Jacksonyille. And it & LANG'S KNIGHT & LANG'S KNIGHT & LANG'S




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Maryland Has -500,000 Acres Worth CLOTHING' DEPARTMENTOF

$10,000,000, That Would be

i The project of Congressman Hiram

I' Burton of Delaware to have the government THEIViasters
experiment in draining the
I swamp lands of Maryland that lie
around Chessapeake Bay to the extentof

about 500,000 acres, has awakened Ho Bo
I I Ii I much interest in tbis city, for it is Company I

I !I said that of these 500,000 acres 328-

i; 000 can be drained and be made the

i i I.s "" I I lands most fertile in the. and state.productive It is estimatedthat of any i iI WE EifE A COMPLETE LINE! Of SUITS FOR MENThe

I the darining of these lands will j
= add fully $10,000,000 in taxable prop
i U I erty to the state and that the crop* Feclfoeimer & Fishel "FFFFFF" F

K E that could be produced would run
Make--Latest and
high into the millions each year.It j
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I all depends upon an appropriation ) Fashions. Also
big assortment
y from congress, and even then is 4

Rye or Corn Whiskey I I I! but an experiment but the benefit + in Suits for boys and young f
to be derived are considered of such! 13P: +.
I vastness that it is believed the experiment rY } men odd Pants for men and .L i
It = a
EXp Prepaid i I will be tried. Congressman Bur- r N iN :M S
I !, ton says this district is in the center : i ifir boys, also Knickerbockers. We i

K..rfc thr Icr. !, of large population and that the experiment -
.IMH- f 'r" "III'I.| i is! rich and mellow, a have
w Overcoats
.. M and Cravanette
q II* (HIMtxt f.r: ..t nourishment well rr..tonstrength and j can be made here at a smaller Jf
rttwu. ti"w.t -. : cost than it could be made instates Coats for f
s men boys.
I that have a much larger area
"4 I 11'01iiII i of swamp land. Members of the Na- Hats and Caps-the John B. :,
Quarts $3.40 tional Drainage Congress discussed
I k
I subject at great length at too recent Stetson Derbys and many different :

Express Prepaid on Southern I meeting. >:4' shapes in Hats. +tp rt 3

A Real Wonderland 44kM;
Express Lines
I South Dakota, with its rich silver
mines, bonanza farms, wide ranges to
JH m&rtog. specify liy'eor( Con:, or both and strange natural formations is a
veritable wonderland. At Mound City Hf\\
in the home of Mrs. E. D. Clapp, a ,f ri,1i

We ta* yum tV Mmr Mm" t.i oir hrit! prude of corn or wonderful case of healing bas lately
ff. .* ..irs ti M UK- Mind i ttlntrtau+ mid specialists have pre- occurred. Her son seemed trouble.near death"Ex '
with lung and throat
.rttw.a .,mt r*, ...mirn / )*. 4tMwriMil .It&t> HuMmifu-rMt .f I .cn 1ft h. Mir uil of and Hii4eT to he. had for the money, I "when I began giving Dr. King's r
the medicine '
New Discovery great FORM TWO
.M if a trial >mlrr Mnot prrfertlr ntisfarturr, refund
we your life and completely cur FCRTY-SIXTEFECHHEIMERFISHE.co.
that saved his COetaOtW8 FORM
r ed him." Guaranteed for coughts and _.. ._' ..r
colds, throat and lung trouble, by Ty- ar1o.. fF TlIEFEClhIELltlJttlSliELtA.:

"AfJfc /// 'tS1i1 fS'IS"5" 9i M G6 ;" ,ate. 11M1 1E'IS't'1fot'e

,53 J)u a.t41.a< Lrrif.:

I .. ""I...... oIink t.. skip 1'1'1 order by first express. Rabbits Are in Demand '
; New York, Dec. 7.-There is an unusually Shirts for men and boys.

strong demand for Jack rab- Trunks Suit Cases and & '1'-
I 4 J.--" 11i Bags. You should see our line while
bits, which are bringing C5c. a pair.
Ordinarily the call for rabbits does Bath Robes, Sweaters, Suspenders -

I i not amount to much until about the Underwear, Collars, Cuffs, y' we have a complete stock to

R. M. RoseJACKSONVILLE Co. first of the year, but this season the Neckties 5
Hosiery HandkerI
; trade has begun already, and is tak- make selections from.

ing to rabbits in preference to poultry I chiefs, etc. pmy
in many cases. A. E. Meyer & Co. i
FLA., have always made a drive on rabbits.
Yours for Business and Gooa Values.H.
I ft M. l <*\\lh Strtvt. They are handling large quantities of .

them now and are in the market for
....n-ANOfJGA. TKKN. ATLANTA. GA.Ordrr additional shipments.For .

frtMtt nearrtt point Eczema, Tetter and Salt Rheum 0
The intense itching characteristicof
these ailments is almost instantly
allayed by Chamberlain's Salve. Many Ocala Florida
severe cases have been cured by it.
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For sale by all druggists. x -
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The Sower Urn*
No Second Chance
Good sense nay makr Ux tout

Producers Are Generally More Inclined to FEftRV'SSEEDS of the f.ni

Work Old Boxes.Interviews .

tare made and kept Ferrr'n Peril ButCtMtbe .
IMII t-j>t la tile nutkl-merit UK.
by a Naval Stores Review Another factor reiterated these ox- ferry's Seed Annual lor 1900tellitht

representative with leading factor pressions, and added: the- .",!.hole lHjn'lsow SPf'd story>r...UtiUoair..nt FREE tU.UclJER fur.
B4 t 1 .. this week brought out the fact "I hope the producers will show D. M.FERRY a CO.,Otn/tr Wtca.
!hat up to this time the cutting of good hard sense and hold down the i

new boxes bas been the smallest in box cut at least by fifty per cent. I I

many years up to this date. There is M use in sacrificing the virgin -

!\ Factors, one and all, stated that the timber, and that is what it will and MACK At
producers l had been forced to great. l1'pan to cut many boxes with the outlook

ly curtail box cutting from sheer inability as gloomy as it now is for val .,..:;<_r' -...
to obtain ready money wiifi (---"..=,..,-.f/.J.'L- '.-''. .'-. "-.-."-,-'.-.. -...'"---..,.-1:1-tS .)-. -:..
saved t, :! : k ,

to the Home of Old Santa Claus which"Labor to operate.is more plentiful than for price of labor of all classes is held ; _r"f'. .., ,.'...,...'c...;;:.JI<__, '.::..I.a-'11 ..

several years past," said one of the down-and with labor idle this will FUNERALDIEECTORS.
--__ largest factors, "but it is doing the not be difficult to do-it will pay bet-
producers no good except in enabling I ter to let the virgin timber alone and I
He: v-\\-! T js an invitation to you and asks a visit to our store and them to hold down the wage scale. I work all the old boxes, even if the .

an inspection of our line of was over in Alabama this. week. and price of low grade rosins is lower asa j -I-
found many negroes, discharged from result. I believe suppl'es will be'!'i HITO & full stork ofrtiu I''i ..kere

railroads, sawmills and other places of cheaper next year, and with wages |'. aud Burial Oiittitb. Mwnal) yivfu to
;;ef'ice. were tramping the roads hunt-}i lower common rosins could be made {I Bu.'ial tirrvit'rs.i .

C Mas ana Holiaa!! Qoos ins work. Naval stores producers !I! in i hit way at less cost than for several -: Eribulraing to Order

will not -I'iTfr: ln.u: inability: to get i,, yeprs past but if the prOltu -s '
) labor .'.i in ihe; ;,a-t v.\o or three'!I Iyear CUt roany new boxes they will hill! 1(, rn.'inMl!! p"OND 7TI L'" ,

-. TI1t' n:1: is certain, as to the values of tarp>ntiart: and fine ros'in '' _.u __
.., .... ... "
I II this: v.iuitr an.i? ;'1"' cui.ns: ; year, as '' -'. I ail j-ni; i fie They will not do r \ .,. ':-T'. .. 'J
j i!i
mtlu-ati'' ::1- n "v an"Are :. this.: W
Merchants .. :, i .,.- "i"1. ,. (. I
who handle '
a | .>..;."- II'> iiji,' !.t.t'n; ; ? h:'
con'inv: to advise their custni''S rf"; ., :; "i Ii 0
,."ket!. "-T'! Ii
and Fireworks small line of -.ia. nut to t-\.i consider: ruiiiiit! CURL 11. ,,. "
Toys : goods are I I ''t. I E
"Y I haft bor of _
> -L a n. : payrolls ;.a many oa.va- last Y -ar. It ib re- SALT-SICK. lrB&gfHtt:
invited to look through our i j rccentj'uad :in nut a tili?;'lc: instance siizi 1 that it would be suici/lal for P..t,4 CA:,f" ;_.1 I 1.

ltd'! Cu\ i i.1g their Holiday L has more than one and a half them to make a large crop of turps' ;.f tz.f..y*,"' f( 0: :S,5t _, -0<_'--"-.<;:'__'et','( or OUIIt
u j ,:> \ t SCCN !re ie. I 4 fiT I,Si,tUiriAJJlt.H- :;: )II* :,, ., -i", ".- ........,_..
for box The -
ants being paid cutting. i irate and pale rosins. Producers are more I! +.
iIt6MNA4Si5ttCTAF!!ODEr ': :uuntd
hay been two cents so there is inclined than ever to follow the fac- :, f ;GAE CUE .r A 1.'L M.: $;?' O.'fi'.vl.lCEI'f
:> reduction of :2:; in this la- tors' 25 CENTS, *prAC'
cent. with _
Special Prices and Discounts to Public Schools per especially moneyso E rr. Ar IA :CE'P: C=XL.t, PP.rti7t' 6'tLASKf
; "1'or item alone. I believe there willie scarce-and it is probable tOOT j 1fd1&S r'tuZrA
a reduction along the whole line, they will resort more to the old vox-
Churches and Sunday School! Committees, and I for dipping, etc., the coming season. es, save their timber, and by reduc- j

If wages could be generally reduced tion in wages and general economy Jerry Burnett
J Christmas Tree Candles Free 25 per cent. it would be of vast assist- weather whatever conditions may be ,

ance if we go up against a dull year ahead.-Savannah Naval Stores Re
in business, as so many now fear." I view. Merchant
Our 5 and 10 Cent Counters Are Loaded -
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Good Cough Medicine for Children I A Florida Boy Page in U. S. Senate
\Vith Bargains The season for coughs and colds is Master Thomas Den am, son of Tailoring.Ocala .
now at hand and too much care cannot i
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Denham,
II I be used to protect the children.A i goes to Florida.
child is much more likely to con Washington tomorrow with Senator Finest Imported and:
OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK I II tract diphtheria or scarlet fever when I. Tahaferro. He goes to be page in the Domestic Cloths. .
he has a cold. The quicker you cure senate chamber and begins his dutiesat
his cold the less the! risk. Chamberlain's Cutting a 6-fcialty{ :
.. .. the opening of .
.. congress.All Fits (-iilar.Hltt-.d;.
-T"P Cough Remedy is the sole reli-
I i I ance of many mothers and few of his boy friends are envying him
I Frail', I P li ttLii I I ,
r- i ; those who have tried it are willing to and his older friends are rongratulat- HANDY MOTH PAPERA
: I /:::::=:;:::r.;, !: use any other. Mr* F. F. Starcher of ing him and Mr. and Mrs. Denham,
: ... ....... '
; TP .,.- -,..:.. I/ J RipHv, W. Va.. says: "I have never moth destroyer and disinfectant.
'" .... -----.v\; | and their good wishes will follow the
I : rL .' .... ----...,,\ t I used anything other than Chamber-j Placed under carpets or in the folds
tainercial Bank .Building f lain's Cough Remedy for my children I young man from Jacksonville to of furs and clothing, It drives away
and it has" alway given good satisfac" Washington. His home-coming at the moth and worry. Twelve sheets In a
packet, carriage prepaid 10 cents:
; tion. This remedy contains no opi- end of the session will be anticipated six packets. 50 cents if druggist does
-v { OO ALA : : FLORIDA I II um or other narcotic and may be giv- with much interest.-Jacksonville Me not have It
en as confidently to a child as to an Madigan Powder Works, Selection act
----- \a-lult.; : For sale by all druggists x: ,tropolis. Clarksville, Iowa.4.b .


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MR. HAYCRAFT REPLIES TO MR. the people who are going to vote the The moderate drinker has been the

GAITSKILL dry ticket. bane of the temperance cause. Many Q'K*

The writer sees neither logic nor try to follow moderate drinking and ; BEST ?

ffc the Rditor Ocala Banner: justice in licensing saloons, and then their thirst for liquor proves stronger -

\ na writer has peen in the col. whipping its patrons because they than their will, and they go on the ,

. ...... of the Banner a great deal contaught have taken a little too much before downward course. The moderate)

the wet and dry election, but they have even committed a breachof drinker gradually fills his system with I .

Mtiv IB regard' to tlv cause of Intern- peace. How many men would the. alcohol poison and when the disease I -

...... Some parents think it isfmtfcctljr lash reform? Would it not be more attacks him he proves to be an easy 'I I

right to have egg-nog onCtIIIUtlWi. charitable to remove the temptation prey.A .

aa.t they buy the whiskey, (saloons and blind tigers) out of such magazine writer states that r.u-t

pie UN efEg-bog and pass it around men's way? Where the lasb would reform more men die from alcoholism than 1
f .
Ie U* children. Some have blackberff one man nine men would sink from delirium tremens. t

t, win and cake, and others use deeper in dissipation and degradation How many church members can I r

1tlandy as a flavoring to cakes and under the humiliation of the whip- vote to license a saloon to sell liquor i .
t .... What la the result? The There are people in the world Cranberries
ping. to his fellow man? The press report I \ OU can always get
..s.. form a Ute for liquor, go where who would throw it up to the man stated that the owner. of Bishop Pot i Mince Meat J /

, th'., eailrt liquor treat their com- about his whipping, making it either ter's saloon (as it was called) said it | Look' Cranberry

piak..* and have a good (?) time. impossible for him to stay in the did not pay and also said "you can it from us,

HUH. pmtpl use drugs (either seda- community or even to reform and not serve God and the Devil. I am I I. Pumpkin Sauce

tift' ortlnmlant) and liquors while stay there. If kindness and removing going to run the business-- on saloon j ing out for the wants I

In pfrffct health as an appetizer and temptation from the man's way will principles." I Olivesin Guava

"UaiuiantABV not reform him there is very little The moderate drinker, who i is a1! who eat is I (
will bear I Bulk of people
rf |M<<-table physician hope for him. "f church member, though he may support I Telly.

Pie out in the statement that any The writer was raised in a prohi- his pastor liberally; does mon I

, drug
\ stimulant will in the course, of time muck. if not more, about it than some his pastor will be able to counteract !

taw It* fleet't, and the dose of the about it in the Ban-
who are writing by a whole year's preaching. It is a i j is headquarters I
4ntff or quantity of liquor will have to poor man be he moralist or church ;, store Tabasco ,Sauce

lie lncr<*a*ed to produce the desired ner.If prohibition does not prohibit, member, who will not forego such a I Russian that
.....11. The man who takes a drink p for everything '.
why do the liquor dealers spend pleasure (?) as a drink, and abstain I Peanut Butter
{ >tart bad from the whiskey that he has4Mwik local option and prohibition? When i make
; There are a great many men of I to a Cljerries '
The writer knows of just such they can answer that question, giving of goes Crystallized } -
wealth us. men I
M iiwtaw as he writes these lines. a good reason for the position wealth have among education social positionand I : ] and :Pineapple

A Krat many people have too much have assumed, it will be then

too font** of whiskey for their own they time enough to answer their argument and expects influence more and of society them than demands of laboring I I Herring q 9, i Lime MintsJ;

mod. and nut enough knowledge of .. 1 "PhIl fm Ie IefinO' !
the labor-
men. If they expect
the drink (pun cold water) that God Prohibition of intoxicating loquors ing man to be sober and industrious : Kippered !!l lli Stuffed Dates SHerring

writstates where the people have seen)to the: tbey must set the example by abstaining -! .
rigid enforcement of the law, has decreased j
themselves. Do not expectand I I Pulled 4
vHh the head out and a dozen tin the consumption of liquor, Figs
ask more of others than you will\ I
ntttl hanging to it by chains and set I drunkenness and crime. do yourself.If Soused j| Santa Claus must notfail 1

en in- street corner accessible to all The writer saw the open saloon in local option is best secured by I Nuts, Raisins f I; .

will not make a single man drunk if Kansas City, Mo., in 1S83, and it was a practice of abstinence and a rigid! Mackerel 1 to call on us We -
no man drinks the whiskey.
so open that the hotel register was on enforcement of the law, then followthat Fancy Candy-** .
That is written on the same line of n
the same counter on which liquor wassf'r'ed PlumPudding
IhuttKftt aa tfce school-boy's cOmlosi-! have what he wants
out to the customers. Flasksof the temperance crusadeprevious Fruits Etc
tfcM on "pin." The boy wished to be ,
whiskey, and revolvers and dirks to the passage of the prohi- j I ;
tmmatit and he bad this sentence in
side by side in the same showcase, bition amendment to the constitutionof
MMa> "Pins have saved lots of
were displayed to attract attention.At the state of Iowa, one public speaker -
l lives" But at this juncture
p**opb. v
that time Kansas City had the made this utterance: "A saloon on
ta. t.*tich'r interrupted him: "John- i
name of being the toughest town in every corner! the more public the bet ; :
.fe*, how in the world have pins saved t. z:
the United States-and certainly deserved ter." This was answered by Man-
.*...**.K liven! "By not swallowing t.I
it. ning who was running for lieutenant -I tt 5? ; .
....." was Johnnie's reply. Johnnieawld !
truthfully nay the same about It was said at that time that murder governor, by this: "A schoolhouse : i

was a nightly occurrence near the on every hill-top and no saloonin I. J :
that barrel
"'I*" > If anyone thinks a inr.nws--Y ,
and union depot and stock- 'ards. the valley." -- L Y.-&a' .1ui
i d whiskey! could be opened
the Kansas: with its saloons, dives Superintendent Cam, with the effi-
City I
plareri oti a street corner say on i .,-... -..n-_. -,_.- -_....-- .... -.- --""'" -
pwtiln "i.iiart of Ocala with a dozen and loose houses was a perfect hell cient corps of teachers tinder him. l -- ---- -- -

i tin itih ii.-iir it ,l.-tting it he known hole. With the glare of electric has made the public schools of Marion

a* a frfur all :,iffair and expect lights with about twenty switch engines county second to none in the stat.-I
; 0 ( G1ROCERY
..nI I If h i>\ ii. \t morning they would (all burning soft coal) it reminded The writer has been told by a teach i I I

k l.,disappoiiittil. The whiskey one very much of the scriptural er who has been in Georgia and Tennessee I 0

WII1111 l
I i :in :-iiMiit. tinpublic in ad- much for the saloon and all the attendant far ahead ot those in the two -tati. ', 1 CLARK Bl OS., Proprietors 1iI

>,"i- "a'.1' | !nut h.. drunk! hv o1 ils that follow in its wake. O, K. O
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I i i OCALA FLORIDA .1.\ .-
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;m tat'named.Not 1! ; !55iSS2S3F93I _' Jl m L ,;

rsssi L isaaLS t z fz t's zzziaswsciiaiufl -, I II II I '

; ;;; :;; I II I I-snit( carping critic hag seen fit toeritieiz' I NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE I NOTICE TO NONRESIDENTSAll
> Ssllirjg Out at but ) Legitimate Profit I !i 1 count t of :Superintendent hob: efforts in behalf Cam of on tem-ac- I! l I

I State of I I persons not residents of Marion

Wijic) !) Should Always Be Satisfactory to Denier and Consumer I. i pt'ralll'i' The board of public instruc- Pursuant Florida to power, Marion conferred County. I county, Florida, will take notice that
i j t ion has adopted as a text book a i upon the law against
hunting by
me, Thomas K
1: phMoiosy which devotes several pag- $Elliott in and by virtue -
I dents will be
strictly enforced. Ap-
j eto alcohol and its evil effects upon of two certain deeds one by E.I,
i Mclver !I plication for permits may be made toS.
i the human system. Mr. W. D. Cam Gregg and his wife, Sue M. r
I Gregg, dated June 5th 1S96 and recorded T. Sistrunk, clerk of the circuit
r !1 is jut simply carrying out the same in office of Clerk of Circuit court, in Ocala Fla.
Diamonds line of thought as laid down in that Court for Marion in
[ county the state 11-8-5t. C. J. McCRANET,
z text-book as to the evil effects of alco- aforesaid, in Deed Book 96, pages 7S2-
holic drinks. 785, and the other by George II. Mc- Game Warden, Marion Co., Fla

Master and his wife, Lou P. McMaster r
There are some men-drinking -
Watches Bracelets NecklacesCut dated April 9th, 1S96, recorded in NOTICE
men-who make no claim at all to be Deed Book 98, page 36, in said office,
temperance men who will vote the I will offer for sale on the First Monday -I
dry ticket but they make the state- in January 190S, at the Court I I In Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit -
House, or the usual Marion County, Florida. la :)
Glass Hand-Painted ChinaEdison ment that they would drink a great place for legal -
sales, in r -.
the city of Ocala, at 11 Chaacery.John .
deal less when there are no saloons.No o'clock a. m.,
or as
soon after such D.
one who knows them would doubt hour as the same may be convenient Robertson, Complainant, vs. A .

their sincerity. Any man who professes ly done at public auction, for cash, Silver Springs and Western RaIl- ;

Phonographs to be a church member who the following real estate, ao-wit: road Company, a Corporation Un-
South half of southeast quarter and der the Laws of the State of Flor-
I will not vote the dry ticket to save northeast
I quarter of southeast: quar- ida.
such of his fellow men who are bound ter of southeast quarter and south
hand and foot by the drink habit hasa east quarter of nortrheast quarter of Whereas, It has been made to appear -
this season the public usually expects to see glaring an- Section 18 to
chunk of humanity in his soul about Township 19 south, range judge of the above styled
AT nouncements of merchants and other tradesmen offering : the size of a mustard seed. Such 19 parcel east Also all that certain piece, court, in a certain cause therein

great quantities of "the very latest styles in everything, I church members profess to love God commencing or tract at a of point land on described line divid-as pending wherein John D. Robertson is

just from the manufacturer, selling at and below cost," k I and to be believers and followers of ing Allred's and the Caldwell lands complainant and Silver Springs and
Christ deny the fact of brotherhood being 556 yards north of Alvarez Western Railroad Company, a
etc. The stock of goods to be found here will prove to the yet grant thence corporation
I : of man by their words and acts. running north 360 yards under the laws of the state of
careful and up-to-date buyer that they are NEW GOODS, 4 thence west 336 yards, thence south Florida is
I Those "bibulous1' church memberssay 360 yards, thence east defendant, that the officers
LATHST DESIGNS and sold at REASONABLE to point of
being of
Christ was no prohibitionist; commencement making in all corporation are
PRICKS-'not below cost, however, as that isn't the way we i that Christ made wine at Cana. Any twenty-five acres, more or less less anknown and it further al}\)*aring
distribute our charity gifts, in fact this establishment is our 'I scripture that they think will bolster McMaster acres to conveyed E. M. by George H. that the said above mentiomU suitis
only source of livelihood and we are compelled to sell at a : i up their position they will quote. two acres conveyed to Colcock and, leaving less a suit in equity for a removal of a
: Christ came to fulfill the law, not to a tract of nineteen cloud from title.
profit in order to meet our obligations when they fall due. i less, acres, more or -d. 4
; : di'-troy it, nor does any sane man be- situate in southwest quarter sec It is therefore ordered, adjudgedand
The immense line of CUT GLASS SILVERWARE HAND tion 8, township 15
I south 22 decreed
I ; li.'t' that the wine made by Christ at east. range that the said defendant,
PAINTED CHINA and other high class goods we are offering f.t | Canna the Kind upon which the I I 1215t. THOMAS K. ELLIOTT, Silver Springs and Western Railroad

this '.*:l'.Y.: will delight those who are in search oi something ji I ; !scripture' places its !strongest inter- Company, a corporation under the

really artistic for a holiday gift for a friend. Besides 1 diet. Christ taught the universal NOTICE ,laws Of the state of Florida, be and it

j !: brotherhood of man in the Good Sa- I II I I is hereby required to before
99, t tht special I holiday line, we have one of the most complete appear
maritan. That grand, sublime truth I In the the judge of the
> Circuit
Court of circuit court of the
tbe .
lines of sta )jewelry; in Florida in SOLID GOLD STERLING I' l Fifth Judicial
I' of the brotherhood of man as taught Circuit of Florida, in and for fifth judicial circuit of Florida, Marion -
Etc. I 1)\ Christ is as eternal as the hills. I Marion CountY-In county, on
We would call! especial attention to our big collection of the i ': Deny the fact if ":" sill our moral rospoiiiibihty Alma DeWitt. Complainant, vs. Monday the 6th Day of January, A.

g famous EDISON PHONOGRAPHS, which range in price i'' to our fellow man remains -1 Charles DeWitt Defendant-Order D. 1908,

I just the same. We are morally for Constructive at the court house of the
$12.50 to $55. Also over 2,000 records of all the most I'. Service county
re-ponsible for our influence, and It is to answer
ordered that and defend the bill of "
comPlaint -
popular musical selections of the day. Call and hear the 11 defendant { .,
amuch so for our words and acts. herein named, to-wit: Charles DeWitt in above styled cause. It is-f"'. -.
splendid tune of these machines. ; No man who votes for the saloon can (| be and he is hereby required to further ordered that this order .

truthfully deny the fact that he Is not to the bill of complaint in appear published once each week fo- two consecutive

-.--....-,-- I'! morally responsible for its existence.It cause on or before Monday, the this Cth months; I sore newspaper

b his vote that makes the saloon day of January 1908.It published in Marion courty Ft-.rida,

Yours for Holiday GiftsA.E.BURNETT I possible with all its attendant evils. is further ordered that a immediately preceding said Cth day of

The man who votes for legalizing the this order be PUblished copy of January, A. D. 1908.

liquor traffic, regardless of their moral for four consecutive once a week At Chambers, Ocala Florida, Octo-
weeks in
I I I I I and religious professions, are morally Ocala Banner, a newspaper published the her 14, 1907. W. S. BULLOCK.

I responsible for the curse that follows in said county and state. 10-lS.2mw Jte.

in its wake, for they are parti- This 27th day of Novemb r, 1907
": THE HIGH-CLASS JEWELER ceps criminis in the matter. S. T. SISTRUN'K NOTICE

Why sustain an evil? Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
Postoffice Block OCALA, FLA. By H. D. Palmer. The hunting season opened Novem-
C. P. UA CRAFT. D. C ber 1
I* S. BECK and closes on the 1st of Febru ,

Complainant's ary for deer, and on the 1st of March
graBg! v < d .jL" Dr. William Anderson is confined to Solicitor. 11-29. for
quail and turkey. All will
his rooms with a severe attack of
-- .. .. : -. .- '- .. ., I Mrs John T. Lewis of Moss be governed accordingly. J
.. "" rheumatism
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a 'pen.w-Jittnunued. in the from world Seventh which was Page.pret-) I "If that's the way you look at ,:: Will" apologized Miss Mattie, rather I .......................... MMM ......*......... *.. ......... ........-....... {

:- IT fairly complete, had told him that : 'I'm much obliged to you" said Red astonished at his allusion. T 44 -

r" mtt ,v4"a necessity for weak na. i i'who would not have discouraged sucha "Let the people go? Bible cried i| 4 :

turn; rertlieless he card not for I feeling for anything.! lie said to Red laying down his knife and fork. I 4 ..
} tboRe i who UM<<'I it himself "This don't seem much like still more astonished at her aliu>I.n! .

In LU part of the west a man would : the kind of pi.ple I've heard Inhabited "Will you kindly tell me what that 4. KETiGI 4 4N

Do toor* think of Riving n fafie, ,Im- j these parts. Those boys are all rlqht.; has to do with faro bank? Girl ou.- II .+ :

I'MLi of hU nnmuUI standing to i i I4'klJll! If you use people decent they'll of us la full of ghost songs, and far.

Her hu |' Mitli>ii in one's regard than ]I I'.:iy up to jour lead, no matter what far off the reserva cu. What In tJ:><' t i

I* wonhl w.-ar rorM-t*. Money was of j .. iiitr! >- it LJ." name of Brigham; Youn 's off-ox :-..
.11..11. m-an.; its st-jut-lao of lest | vt 7 3u the fence was done gorgeous you talking about?" I t

Wen iii....... <*fUj .,f LOW murh they : i :l coat of fresh red paint, and "Why you spoke of Phlrlob.1."i1;:!. : 4
au.d.Ibll"" thy HkiiJ the Job. how I ; .- hands departed each with a slice I. and I can remember about his holding! .
Uwlr < il\lu. wen iwjrlns.; Such mat-1'1! 'of Miss Mattle's chocolate cake, a. the children of Israel captive and the i i
\n \\ ..,.. neutral Around of chancel i thing! to make the heathen Rods feel 1 plagues but I really don't see jw I \!HOlESAlE LIQUOR -DEALERS

T1 g tnn'r",1\.11\ a.. the whither U In the I' t"':.u-uptuoub of ambnisla. how it applies.Oh ." | 4
1-. rtMo r.|,M and unpredictable They went straight to the blacb- :" said Bed as a great Hg1-; I

change ..f fortune gave u tendency to I! IiIlJlUfshol), where they were anxiously broke upon him. "Oh, I see whit I I -L-- i -

toshi.irht fit MMH | >sent roniUtlon.1 I uxiiected. you're thinking about The old boy I .. .
A man wi*$' "I'm bustf.r with- "GiMj hard!" Lc said a little later. who corralled the Jews and made V:.i .
.*t IUI', u....... '..,.Ih| !;: than he would "If you ffilers will talk one at a time work for the first and last time In
*.> "'I 1 haw a .old'. Now In Falr- raps I can make out what's hup- their history and they filled him fu!! Ocala 3 iOfiOea** i

....W {'i.'t |M Il,d likely lonosonio in peit-d. Now. Sammy s'p'ose you dot of fleas and darkness and all kinds 0: ) 4

ttiat rn..|..itrtu- ..t UM principal obJwt e speaking unpleasant experiences to break e-;en' ... 4.
.. !;. Ufi "':ax to ronevnl the pov- I \\TjereuiKjn Sammy faithfully chron Well I was nut talking about him ic: 4
tit! ..V* nuhl |I"-i>.lxt in Rtlcklng: I i,-I(-/1 the ,-vent> of the day. The boys all. My faro la a game played wit!, A 4
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,auttJrltiowH through the cloth of had behaved themselves as there a layout and a pack of cards and :. *
rurd. t| n>and ".\..r it. fted asked'trnUI ''I I was nothing out of the common hap- little tin box that you ought to l
.., ii", ***lag that the other was i iuot; held up by a sense of pride but on the board, to see that It ain't arranged +

ear "i f bin own kind and would not re- I naturally the splendid physique of th- for dealing seconds; and Orders Are Filled the Day They
MUt itterm cowman, his picturesque attire hs there's a lookout and a case keeper i

wauled addling better than ait. i ":>::ndoned way of scattering money and-well. I don't believe I could te!: I I

f'tIM' ,. .. ri|*nd MI the subject It I wiouud and the air of a frolic he hud you Just how It works bet some day' ;

*a-< ,.. H i" Lu Iwart lie had Un I managed to Impart to a day's haul! I'll make a layout and we'll have some 4 Arrive.

a mrioimaato about alt lens as a proud work-all bad eRect on Imagination.and fun. It's a bully game but I say. It'-, : 4
wt masterful )"i anf fellow alight to I, the boys were very much ex- a great deal like life the splits jso to i 4

.. Mr... .wit. flQIn-rtlliC to try bl:4 i dted.! the dealer; that Is to pay that if the 4O :

Awn .t''"''Ida. airs, wring for his part.ttet I "I'd like to l know how many Injun- king comes out to win and lose at the I 4 4
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hih.r.t wan inpin l with u that feller's killed!" piped up the! same time you lose anyhow see?" 4 .4 I

.la.- inteivst soil not -urlo.Hlt\,511'1 joungeht. "Ily! lIe could grab hold "No," saM Miss Mattie truthfully.Red I 4 .
r err bite all the liif-miiatlon lu his It a man and wring his neck like a thrust his fingers through his 4 4 4
pus ttf : lUcken." hair and sighed. "I'm afraid I know I 4 S

Hut a {teat Ilk. that In cuing to I "AW, 1St!" remonstrated the blact- too much about It to explain it clearly I j I 4 We will ship you express prepaid the following 4

raN wow ......,. start tt?" asked Hed.Ti Il'dth. Cut the.Id rs stood by the ," he replied. "But what I mean Is I 4 4
uttt* fur iun. I'm afraid." re- : .. -uhker this time. this: Some people try to play systemat I I 4
"Yes. he could Mr. I-'arrul!" said faro and they last about as qui'* I 4 packages
frit *l ltta | have &,(u)(:> tu pat In. t
MM! I uipuM I rtNild borrow the rert. tl.ey. "You ought to seen him when as those that don't I always put the I 4 .
bat than MMldllns) the business with he rolled up hla sleeves! He's got, aut.u limit on the card that's handiest:, and I
ou him I like the hind leg or a don't cent. As 4 RYE j OLD HARVEST NORTH CAROLINA CORN i
tau hmixj ...rt- rl/ht la the IeMn-: game owe me a a I 4 I
Idap brig It nut) nul |V as bad os Ion h./rso and he uses an ax like a tack I matter of fact:, some of the tin horns i 4 Per Gallon ': (Not Prepaid.) t

......) hammer. lie got mad once when he used to wear a pained expression when j'| 4t Star. . . . . . . . . .$ 1.50 i J One full quart. . . . . . .$ 1.00 t
k.d tint....., ttlt" table Iblukin pounded his thumb and busted thepunt they saw me coming across the room !,
square In two with one crack." I'\e split 'em from stem to keelson I 4 Red Rock Rye. . . . . . . 1.75 Per case of four full quarts. . . . .. 3.50 ;
"I <> '.lot lS1'hdtHIla i if : Into a busi- 4 .
..... star klud 4tklnr .> i'l ng as It was "Well he look like a husky man." more than once and never used a copper 4 Keystone. . . . . . . H. 2.00 !ii i Per case of 12 full quarts. H' . ... .. 10.00 .
admitted the Muck mith. "But whdidn't ;> in life. Played 'em wide :
.kllll >hr nald "I don'thaiker dollar my openall I Belle Isle. . . . . . . . 2.50)I This whiskey received the highest award at the
take the "
to iw-ei' "ktore UI am Suppose you boys extry the time. Now, and be brought j 4
r IP- aJ' KC ..lth > *>u when you look up w hen be made the offer? He "pears to his fist down on the table "I'm going i i 4 Log Cabin. . . . . . . 3.0Cotton: Exposition Atlanta Georgia. i

hi." inurii 1 draw I* raided and the restM" know what he was about, and It looks to play that young man wide op'> 4 Keating's Pride. . . . . . 3.00 CASE WHISKEY
I kind of foolish to nay 'no' to It" and I'll bet you I dou't lose by U'I 4 i
f'It I There was a moment's silence. "We 4 King of Kentucky. . . . . . . 3.00 t: Per Quart.
'A'nuld you*' cried the young fel-I neither. lie looks as honest as a mtit :\ 4

.wr .....rtj. "8) Georpe. air, I wish :I wi'.ated to show him we were Just a::: pup for all he dresses kind of nice I 4 4 Uncle Joe. . . . . . . . 3.50 Baltimore. . . . . .. . .. .$ .75 :

,wu .....sl&1 MP your way clear to take },-<
for heed IttKUB.iES.d It! Could QM you 1M stand question$KI.NK,(but). II I the The eldest blacksmith bomewhat straightened shamefacedly.;:: himself. I fly get as stuck to go anyhow lunk heading, with the around unsatisfactory and- ;;i I 4 4 Fern Hill. . . . . . . . 5.00 I Uncle Joe. . . . . . . . 1.00 :.

r I'.. '"i nnkKHM over thl "- "Quite right ton" said he. "We air I addition of feeling that I was I 4 Strauss'76 . . . . . . 5.00'j' Royal Reserve.' . . . .. . ... 1.00 4.

"I ynl. butv the bunn of asking when you comp to that" A little a fool as well as confiding. 4 4 CORN : Maryland Rye. . . . . . . .. 1.Ji} 4
pride i* a wonderful tonic. Each man i Most of the argument had been ancient :
f r mid lied Then with gleam 4
,4'11 a of that gatherla; felt himself the better Aryan to Miss Mattie, but the 4 Tennessee. . . . . . . . .$ 1.50 Pilgrimage. . . . . . . .. 1.25 4
of n.*ital |>rtde. "Ten thousand wouldn'tbgtlsk 4 I
lar b} a duru :.I):ht." fur the Uispliij: of it ring of the voice and the little she un- I + North Carolinan Corn. . . . . 1.75 i! Cascade. . . . .. . .. .. 1.25 t

I_ltt*' U>)th fati fairly fllo\\t>t.l. "It In the meantime of the Red was repairing Mii.- derstood made the tenor plain. A sudden -! 4 4 Statesville Corn. . . . . . 2.00 I Fern Hill. . . . . . . 1.50 4
the ravages day opposite moisture gathered in her I
in ashshe
wa iu> i.< id) angel"u.ad me stop M\ttle at a supper table which was I paid: "You're too good and honest : Mountain Corn. .. . . .. . . 2.50 i i Strauss' 76. . . . . . . .. 1.50 4 4
fmaii tit > .ur f.-utv, he suld. "I saw '
t sat std .....1111 tu bent, and you looked bountifully fpl'ead.uss: Mattie put I and generous a man to distrust any- 4 4 Elk Valley Corn. . . . .. . . 3.00 ;! Oscar Pepper (bottled in bond) .. . . 1.50 :
two and two together and found they' That's what I think Will. !
w jiIty th.,1 thought I'd stop ou the meant a larger sum of eatables thin ody. : "OLD HARVEST" . . . 3.50 I Mount Vernon. . . . .. . . 1.75
"Mattie, I wish wouldn't talk
C'ltIU.'tf' .tIII iljrbt I,' the man I w aktokjDI :you
?tlrrntv| I'll go right on and t :he had hitherto felt sufficient and like that," Mid he la an Injured voice. )[ 4 GIN I Queen's Taste. . . . . . . 2.00 i
with little at the thought of 4
1tr Mr Iwnllt" and find out what he pang "It ain't hardly respectable. I 4 Swan. . . . . .. . . .$ 1.50 j I CORN
the Inadequacy of her, first offering to After which there was a silence for
want Walt to fw do In the the wagon matter.and you can her cousin provided such fatness a* a short time. Then said Miss }Mattie I, 4i Tom Gin. . . . . . . . 1.75 :Mountain Corn. . . . .. . ;. .$ .75

fr tidy" wikl Red "I'oj's pone home toM the land of Falrlield boosted. "Do you think you could content yourself !i 4 Geneva . . . . .. . . 2.00 Elk Valley Corn . . . .. .. 1.00

for this They discussed the events of the here Will after all the things1you've 4 Old Harvest Corn . . .. . ... 1.00
his dad about working me 4 London Dock. . . . . . . 2.50
meantime If you're day with satisfaction. seen?" .
afterB'1-m. In the j "My!" said Miss Mattie. "You do Red brightened at the change 01 4 Holland Gin. . . . . . . 3.00 GIN
DAt too proud to tabold and help 4
i ut mtth this di 4 ratted tt'nI'll be things; wholesale while you are about topic. "I'll tell you bow that Is. If I 4 RUM London Cordial Gin. . .. .o. .. ... .. .$ .75

obllal'd to yon" It, Will, don't your hadn't any capital and had to work i 4 New England Hum . . . . .$ 2.50 Holland Gin. . ... .. . .... ...... l-OO/
lied smiled In pleased acknowledgment here I don't believe I'd j 4
as a poor man I
seed"Unll ietlbt.w on. your fence! I'm n-ndy. "I'm no peanut stand, old take the trouble to try and live. I'd i i Jamaica Rum. . . . . . . 3.00 Gin Phosphate . . . . ... 1.50

i4ae tm. boys!" said Ked and theM lady".. said he. "I like to see things Bmother. But, having that l'l"ngaut'l' WINE Citron Tree Gin. . . . . .. . 1.50 I

party. f\. > from the table Later the mo\"t' Miss Mattie broached the little crop of long greens | Catawba. . . . . . . . .$ 1. 0 Gordon's Dry Gin. . . . .. .. .. 1.50
Then -
question planted In the bank where the wild 4
wagon rainup been aroundever 4 . . . 1.50.1 I RUM 4
ItIdttS," said Ued."If she had hovering time doesn't grow and thusly being I Port Wine. . . . .
"Well. ifI.1I1 ,
>ou t'8o't Kt quarters anywhere since her guests had taken their able to cavort around as It sweetly I 4 Blackberry Wine. . . . . .. . 1.50. I New England Rum. . . . .. ... .$ -73; 4

f'1k. do7 cv/>' "on anti help me hold the lea\e."I>o you think;: you'll really po into: I pleases sport me to, why take, bold I like of the a place country.It's like. j I 4 4 Sherry. . . . . . . . . 1.50 1! Jamaica Rum . . . .. . .. 1.00 .:

lru" h' you a.l f'1.11 In the barn? Then business with that" young; man who this that's only held together by Itsj i: 4. California Cognac. . . . . .. :3.00 Imported Jamaica Rum. .. . . .. 1.50 4.

I'll etui" lnu-k t-are Tell you how It was here to dinner? she asked. suspenders and try to make a real livemail's 4 Imported Port. . . . . . . 4.00 MALT :
"Wh '. I think It's kinder likely out of it." I !
I*. Mr SaumlerI've teen stuck up aid lied. town of + Imported Sherry. . . . . . . 1.00 i Ullman's Malt..4 -75 4
nine olBiv for four years I Miss Mattie drew a deep breath i, 4 .
a thiv by "Hut you don't know anything about relief. "You came like the hero in a j 4 BRANDY 'I i Bowman's Malt. . . .. . . 1.00 4
1 lill u.-.,: iH'ld\ t&. '.\ to M. western brunch; 4 +
.1 aN i* ..r I-. .OM,. not .".I...-!-- i->.f .It. hero's--p---no him. Will. she continued, putting the fairy story Will and 1 was jitraidi i 4 Blackberry . . . . . . .$ 1.50. : BRANDY t
,furli tllnt! : in sirUieHS. To get out threouutrv I! -- I you'd He reached po away across like one the"table she said.and patted [, : Apple Brandy. . .. . . . . 3 ihl i!/!': Apple Brandy. . . . . . . .$ 1.00 ..
the fn-hh air to pee
and limwibe masterwell. her Land. "You'd have had to i, 4I Peach Brandy. . . . . . . 3.00 !I Peach Brandy. . . . . . 1.00
to lie my own t
.lr. It Just make me tremble to think gone too" said he. "The family 11 ; SWEET GOODS i California Cognac . . . . . 10 4

of H' *ype "IU to ta'up.find the."btrawf anlwhat tcy .1 r f I sUck She together.thanked him In a soft little'j: o Rock and Rye. . . . . . . $ 2.00 Hennessy COgnac. . . . . . 2.00 4

"I tftuMridn't) ou want wonder If It would IK>." \olce. "Dear me," she murmured, "it ; -4 Peach and Honey. . . . . '. . 2.00 Pellison Cognac. . . .. .. .. . 2.50 4

UH"t.nod..... "\Ve'It make a corking floes: seem that you've been here HI i : Banana Brandy . . . . . . 3.00 : SWEET GOODS 4
trot to tIo buiitu 1I. Lettls. I can see year. Will! such i A Apricot Brandy. . . . . . . 3.00 Rock and Rye. . . . . . .$ -75; 4
rtintioUH and full of tricks and "Never was told that I was I
ail to*i that"* slow company before I : Four bottles "BALTIMORE" Rye. . . 2.90 Peach and Honey . .. . . .75 4

and then "You know perfectly well that that . . . .. ln
The youm: man l.iUffhed : Twelve bottles "BALTIMORE" Rye. . 8.30 Banana Brandy . . t

....1 g l.-ri-.i lI ,,,"lt. ", I' itMirse I know th" isn't what I mean." f I II : Four quarts "ROYAL RESERVE" Rye. . 3.50 Apricot. . . . . . . . 1.01) 4
wh"H' thistg wou'.l' l lu.tk 11IUt'I)..-' I, "Well you'll have to put up with! : ,
t-I." be paid HtuntiK. tout I've I i me for awhile whatever I am. iiisolj i! Twv'.ve! quarts "ROYAL RESERVE" Rye. . 10.00 High Life. . . . . . .. 10> :

I", ,.t! II il II" r long 'U..Udl 1., fee I much as I'm to be a manufacturer and !|: Four quarts "SUWANNEE" Corn. . . :3;50 WINES :
In spih' I the feord knows what. Then someday :
.11 U"' "ur..A.2rru rot[ ie h' Itrh' I.i.j I' awful hank Four quarts "HOLLAND" Gin. . . . 3.5"Four Catawua . . . . . . . .$ .75f i
..f ,'.. r tuna.' t''rk.' 1 d.'n't! I'm going to have an j
1 <.,.'..,' tv an) ult re hann bi > I ; ering for the laud where the brew: quarts "BOWL-\ 'S Ialt.)1):: ;)' Port . . . H. . . .i5 .
l ..w well by him 4. A 4 )cJ | blow, and then we'll take a shuts tor1opeu : .75 ;
.. ',a t"'l'lt' mean : ; Four quarts "APRICOT" Brandy. . . 3.,
... the! other prairie. It's cruelty to anima: ? '
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f II *. : .ti' s t' by w : ''I II for me to straddle a horse now yet !: ... Four quarts "PILGRIMAGE" Rye. . . 3,Oft ; Blackberry . . . . . . . .j5 .

I*.i,."ia bo) aid lUxl. lapplug hluitfc / 3 + t'I > ci'c\ there's where I'm at home and I'm (' r Four quarts "STRAUSS' '76 . . . (c.nl') Scupp....rnong. . . . .. . . ..5 :

.. teck ", .41 tick to that and I I going to buy me a cayuse of some ..
jwu1i! pt a MitUfaftloo out of It that \ ; kind. Say. I ought to pet at that If 4 +
around with Lettis I want | 4
Another I'm going
Niue) riMtUttit buy you i 4 +44444444444444444444444+ :
....-.c.. ,,,,'d ..-err getent out oft to ride a horse. Know anybody that's
aw l. tkto world If y.tU"l' one of i i' got a real live horse for sale. Mattie? I. ..
AN** a.MkKli JHUDS ID@'D. My eye teeth I No? Well I'll stop in and see the

a." ,.nt. ..... for all 1 may Teem easy. [ lady that deals the mall. I'll bet you 4 4 Send fort :
.. trick had a what that woman doesn't know about
Tt. tarts that d >e ne I 4 :
ihaat. fur fed iwk. and you can bet what's going on In this camp will never 4 b
.. get Into history. Be back right

.. tbal I t rilrvr ) ou!?' re'plle Lettte. utKdlr A twayr!

L t.-:1.-d.. ta the dUlwuh\h"l of bb'Hell. new Said he to the postmistress ma'am--cousln: "Myname's to, t Our Price List 2

1.'L. trVIId r*xJbr for the present.ur Saunders .
KeYatkn Fhaak you for the: dln- At leve-n-thlrty Tilt uas done. Miss Mattie. I just stopped In to find 4

>: nruf 4 .tl i ill"ter the heart you ', weak side' of her desire forward In or- out if you knew any one that had a i
nJore securely If that stood riding horse for sale-horse with four 0
| "Amt 'utl me' I iler to rest 4 .......................... .
At tl. ....M.'k the fence wa4 not; quite the test good legs that'll carry me all day.. 4 ..
I "No. I don't." agreed Red. "But and about the rest I don't care a frolicsome 4
'aS6If I feel l about that: 1 cuss" i
,w .. stay "Ith me until thetrial's here's the way 4
Alto& 1'\1\ u.DJ another do'JarKd want to be doing something according The postmistress replied at such 4 si

&JBt avlr+...a.. wed "1 doQ't w ant It to my uLes; \l's that it would: bea I length and with such velocity that
good thins for this place If some Red was amazed. He gathered from 4. KyATJp
Uf, f ta th* face tomorrow.
-\\.11. kind of a live dolugs was to start here. her remarks that a certain Mr. Upton 4 .
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vltt yw .tMr "noM rs. but we don'tsat All rUht, that's my side of it. Now had an animal purchased of a chance 4
wutwy for tt do *'e, frf- ai far as not knowing that young fel- horse dealer which It was altogether i
awl Itr1 concerned I might think I knew likely he would dispose of. aa the first 4 4
a.nr :
him from cyclone cellar to roof tree time he had tried the brute It went
'Me' tWyMt M W to chorus wtJII and he night do me to a crowded' up Into the air all sorts of ways and 4
..It" they .atd.f Ocala Florida
house. My Idea U that life's a good I caused the owner to perform such i tt
welcoint to
.. rrfeetty ,
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deal like faro-jou know how that i*. tricks before high heaven &a made the 4
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"I remember boat his not letting 1 1s"eep.. 4 J' .

) 1A4 ttritt I.1'M!*bq w.Itvtw. 'Ws'n to',the std work pI g ty I the people go but- I'tn _afraid I .doa't" !'Where does, this ,maneuver' asked ;..... ... .. .. .. ... .. .... .... ............... ... .. .... ..................;
bow Dy Bible as well ti I ought to. Red with a kindling! e1e.
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N_ t "f II"I'/I !'i Ii rl 1! :I---:;'. I t--. i Nuts, Dates, Figs, Raisins, Currants, Citron, Lemon i .,

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oV Nutuui 11 ridlnj h6r.seorsolemn t tIll
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faccJ who h.c i it
domed man : + .
bruab bt'ap of chin whisker deco-.it tom'I.
1H the lower part of his fac.ftlr t %

rrtfud ftfltftll, regretfully.aud. I-ptcfl the explanation ptr"(10eu uhlg; of mall chinvhickcr tVMr. !" : e eom Sour) Sweet iiixea\ Dill Chowchow, Chutney 9 Cryili 1 1 Sauce, -0

nW. he "I'm In a i>ecoollar and uiiI t 4. ...
<|.MHOC po ttl.n. There's ini;!hiyftjrew -
tblugM I wouldn't do in a tiawoliradr E i Tarter Sauce ?Anndula Sauce 4
hut 1 draw the line on inunK'i y 4
That there bawse'll kill you, just's
twv a. )'oure fool (>non !l to put y"t'r- 4
i4.1If ID bin lad: I'll sell you a re:.!

)awve.1. risk mighty, him,n"asonnble".11 cut in lied.- "Could : I Lilly Hot, India Relish Midget Pickles, Olives in Bulk. < 3

,Tau lead him down here in the mum- ..

.1Y.f**Y a...hone, Indeedy to 1-3d-yon-he's a perfect can pick!lady uiilrjr < E *!; 20 and 30..lb Buckets Mincemeat Condensed Mincemeat Jars Mince i 3E

fkuMfn foot you-ciiiob dou't all try over to him ride, lu bin fic'orMich meat Cans also of Cranberry Sauce, Apple Quince and Currant I iE 0o

him up. It you do that-wel:
'ouu man you'll get a pretty Lip:
o Sweet Pickle Peaches i -
w. of what b meant by one of the Jelly, 0
deU'i of IKU.Uut ." I

1.".HUM\\" of kind then outlandish of saddle western have yon af- E: Evaporated Peaches Apples Prunes, Maple Sugar Maple Syrup, Shelled i iE

taln that the scamp threw ia with the : Almonds Edam and all other ,
animal you >-IHI thought I'd take Pineapple kinds of cheese -0

ep horseback ritllni for my health; --

fut 1 wa tr)'In." Uil tlirwo vroeks after ill) ::: i Peanut Butter, Deviled Crabs, Lobsters, etc. Plum Puddings Fruit Cake 4,

Til po you $TT. for the outfit justu --- b' !
you dot! It-chaps, taiw and latlgo : 2 and 5 pound packages. -
ttrapti. If you'll have It in front of my --;
IIUM at 9 o'clock tomorrow." ;
All right jo :ss man; all right, sir. 0 l
Now' don't bam: iie If you air took i ii

.' "Come antI see famous Scarlet Brand
tlw tan. i Our Royal Canned Goods of Fruits

"I Ihol't.tr1m," period tbe oil geetteinan. -
= and Fish :
= Vegetables ;

(Continued next week.) ::: I
The very finest goods put up ,0

"During Muscular the summer Pains of Cured 1903 I was r Anchovies, Herring and Mackerel, Whole Wheat, Graham, Rye or Buckwheat Flour.
troubled with muscular pains in my
toot" says Mrs. 9. Pedlar of Toronto. In fact we have a full and complete assortment of GROCERIES, and can give what. -
Outt times it was so painful I tl you you want. 4E
could hardly walk. Chamberlain's -
Pain Balm was recommended to me.
K I tried it and was completely cured Quality Governs the Price.
by one small bottle. I hate since 1.
recommended it to several of my i
friends all of whom speak highly of .
lL" For :sale: by all druggists. x o- : in comparing prices, bear in mind the quality, for a better grade of goods for the game money. is the cheapest 1
t want your busllles. In return .W-t guarantee full value for We need and -III
Better Service Given-Ocala to be tom- money received.

tag The better Atlantic service Thanked Coast to Line our is shipper furnit.h- E i. A Fllll Stock mported Goods I i T e '

than it did last season. Last win l'r: .. -till
it was almost impossible to get cars I II' 'i- : -..
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to move the fruit: it was the cot-, ----------- .0
plaint all over the orange hell and i I t ; i i0
tbere was a general congestion of thefruit i -4
business at Jacksonville and Yours for and better :
Wtycross, and the fruit was weeks! : business .
getting to market. There is no such + 414
complaint so far this season. The road I + + -4
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since then has secured more freight dJ't ..."
care and more powerful locomotives I + :
,, and it is toped that the condition I : -4/1.1-till c
will not exist as they did last winter.I IYolusia -- ;: m .. -j jI

County Record. '. .
In this section also the Coast Line :
has greatly improved Its equipmentand
service within the last year, and [ i i J
I teems determined to meet all the de
mands of the ever increasing trade ;
and travel of this section.-Barlow :: ......................... ................................................. r. .
Cournler-Informant. ....- ... .. ...........t.. .......................... .......41.41'. :

NOTICE d1F- ,-. :'j,

All persona are forM-ldea to trade I .-till.... .. :iJ.J8 -
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for any due bill gins kj IH to Vf. L. Il i-' ,..,....
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Smith until all claims oa marhaadlae .lire..... --- .]
teulaeta of Mid Smith are settle!,
JOHN PABTHUK.IMlv. niuuuuu

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