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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00465
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THE NEWSPAPER-"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE- ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CON(CERNS."-C-OWPER.


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trcm- old ag'- Ir. Brock says5:
"After a :an !:l-4 lived in t!hew-rld
as lo:-; a- I have, he ou:ht to have
fund out a r':it many th-i,2-. by ex-
per,.',o',e. I t i?1nk I h:avo dn .tso.
--One of the things I have found
out to my entire satisfaction is the
proper thing for ailments that are
due directly to the effects of the
climate. For 119 years I have with-
stood the changeable climate of
the United States.
"I :ave al\.iv- .-,n .a ,'-.7- hI alth y
man. !,ut,of c,'r-. -.u'..- .t t,, th.1 afTec-
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1l tlh,('& : ;t an. t...* ratisr .
".As for Dr. Hartman's remedy,
Pezru-na, I have found it to be the
best, if not the only reliable remedy
for these affections. It has been
my standby for many years, and I
attribute my gocd health and ex.
treme old age to this remedy.
"It exactly memit all my rquire-
It'. It protect- 4x i'frrnm the .vil ef-
fi',t; I -l !'[,tu n tren, .i. It ke,'p- nlv 'l.i nl i.l )oid eir-
dulati,,n. I have .,- .:; to r.':y upon it
almr.-: entirely for tirr many little
thin=- for which I need rrdi,'in,.
"When epidemi(cs : f la ,_ripp, first be-
an to make their app,'arane in this
country I was a sufferer from this dl-
.case.
,,I had several :ong sieges with
the grip. At first I did not know
that Pe-ru-na was a remedy for
this disease. When I heard that
la grippe was epidemic catarrh
I tried Pe-ru-na for la grippe and
Found it to be just the thing."
In a later letter, Mr. Brock writes:
"I am well and feeling as well as I
have for years. I would not be without
Peruna."
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pleasure of their friends.

Mr. E. P. Axtell of .Jackoiivi'ilt.
who is here engaged in the trial of a
case in the circuit court, was a for-j
mer citizen of this county, and wasI
married here. Since leaving Ocala
he has won his spurs at the bar. and i
his friends feel proud of the fact.

Dr. B. P. Robertson will prea< h ir
the Ba..tist church in the morning.


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n -:- Antv, Texas, has lived for 119 ear,. Born before the UnitedStates were:
otm Texas. las lived for I1I veir. *formed. A letter dated July 3,
a':' ox2v. ^ .. For marv vearn he revidcd at Bosquc formed.
S '-,.r T. ,-. FTral ny iea het r of Wat o.-u. 9 Saw 22 presidents elected. Mr. Brock by iiis wife,
niles west of Vaeo,
-- ,: ."' n- w liv.f, with his son-in-law at Valley Pe-ru-na has protected him from taes:
l all sudden changes. -,Last winter I ha
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o WShod a horse when 99 years old. I* commenced takin,
1'4hoidn 1t, 1-' han1,a t.. k. t frui., t 1 Always conquered the grip with think it improved m
r;:ivr,_o i Ai- of i 'll I ,i ..' r t Pe-ru-na. SV
.r:\v', ,f ;, :,; An..irw .irness in a land suit at the age 4 much."
S, Mr. Brok i, diad ohi entleman o 1 ears. In a pt_;ript, Mrs. lq
, s..wi_ fef -irns. ,,t def rpitud.. Believes Pe-ru-na the greatest reeivs a reat many
.... fii failv *i- still!r,-..rve.d.and remedy of the age for catarrhal'( about what Peruna wi
', ,, i ht,!;.w tlhat ti.t-(i:-Te of hi ;,lIrth troubles, answer them all, as I
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BRUTAL TREATMENT OF STATE THE P6NSACOLA JOURNAL AND A LOST JOKE
CONVICTS MR. BRYAN
Having visited Peasacola and Tarnm-
The question of the treatment of Our esteemed contemporary, the pa. the Jacksonville Metropolis car-
' county convicts has again been Pensacola Journal, is somewhat hyper- toons young Bryan as speeding away
Brought vividly Into the limelight by critical and hard to please. from Jacksonville to Washington on
This paper printed several articles a Pullman special and saying: "Good
a report from State Supervisor of'^ ^ ^^ ^ ^Foiasitr
of a column or more in length in bye: I'll look after Florida's inter-
Convicts Fitzgerald. on the camps of which it sought to give certain rea- ests'" It almost reaches the sublim-
Escambia county. Mr. Fitzgerald's son. why some other democrat than i'y of a joke.-Ocala Banner.
charges against two of the guards. Mr. Bryan would make a stronger run Whether it reaches the subhlinmity of
Hammack and O'Neill. were of a char- for the presidency. a joke or the dignity of a high office,


acter to arouse the fiercest indigna-
tion in the heart of any man alive to,
even the smallest .s.ense of mercy or
just iV-e.
T was t,-rrible enough to have to


FRIDAY. JANUARY

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Maple and Oak.

Mission Furniture
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VOL. 43, NO 29. OCALA, FIA)IIDA, FRID.Y., .JAN AIY 17 -9619. ONI


)WPER.

DOLLAR A YEAR


4] "uI am convinced that the word :s
vowing bett-r evt ry y(,ar. T.-a ry
day brings to amn a car.r an .-
ter vision of what i- b: in th;s lhf..
We need no other ,videnc(. of of ,-
act than th.-- history anit i-jr'-r
Sthbe temrn;'rance movnemeyt in "
United S : :'D.n 1nr .:4 . : .
world. M r, M n r v.., '., -. :-. '
the ev-l- ," .!' ;, T; r-"
in g ag a ir -k "," v ": 1
younc h- ^' \ .: 'no,%%' ., : '
w lben Th,r'"- i',; r '," ',, :; ,-i,,> :
loon ;Ti a i ..ifl 'A " .--
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p la u s< W\ '.., e, V,,, j ,,.* "-
it is an >p '4 > anid ,1 .t :. ... ." ",
and order. It dai'y livt-. ;: (
violator of all t'. laws thai wr, ,.,'b
to repula~e iT: it ',ivt- in cn!.-t',aT r,,-
hellion to the )ov, n.ry .,ten Th., s:
loon would rath.-r d', :Tan ,',v tb'
law. (Applause.
'The movement 'o abolish thI t.-
Wrioon did not come until after ,.vry
_.w^m_* *- r"Ev~I 1 Ot thom~ h ad fa'lt,'i.


wealth he * pen ent upc~ V~ -a.
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Tonn ~-e.' T:'i ii t a biAd.-
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"You cannot do much for the con-,i
rmn-d drunkard, but we expect to!
save the young men. Strange as it
Smay sound, it is the saloon and not
the whiskey that allures the young
'men to drink. The saloon ke-pers
would not go to the expense of putting
In hand4omc- fixturoa if they could
* sll as much liquor on top of a barrel!
* or, out of a tin cup under a plain i
plank shanty.
Bootlegger Vote
"Th" (despised and hunted bootleg-!
z,.r dr-.* not wir-ld that power for evil
er e'trrt that corrupt influence in poll-
tc-. of the state that the saloon keep-
All dox-p. When you have driven the
al-n "o e.he back all-y you have de-
)'- .,# hb-ir :nflnence. i Applause.)
a .v,-f -:- ont..t thp first question
:a y.' 1 .>-,v a',;! the paloon vote?
o : .*r h *,r anybody asking
abo'i* Trhe bco .le ,'r vote. The boot-:
.l...+r ,nv-r pa -': ,,' conve, nti:n nor
ccrr')t.-: -h- comrnmon cour.A .5.
i-'nfer,'n'ni of rhe law3 d+.-p'n's:
2;pon p'i.'.ir -zntirrn't: sentiment in
.- :n .,-(.i ) comm :nity. Tbh're is
'..',n r,--: ,n for k ,rPinn "he or/an:za-
": ,-1 rk nnl art v;- at all ti:'.-:z
-n ". -"' j ",,- whoro -zaloons ar';
,a- inl am concerned. I havel
S1 'h '. .. r- i l. '-'ntim ont sus-
.'i ".., .v. it w "' onforcod.
~':" .* -, > ,-,a'rTr n- T<.:'con. every '
S i. *'. ""'-- -in p'. ."',nity to abol-!
.'.. -,. ,4- May ;oi -)"o'd I he day
,.*:,; ". -.. 11 hail w;th rjoicing th,'
.-* .:.. -" ,-v.r- .-;tl,,on in the proud
,i : r i lKud and long
,..''-". apn'.-') ] which did not ter-
rr n?..' "" .' tT-r T.- -'nator had ta-


CARMACK'S GREAT


SPEECH


Fever Sores
v '-- .,z and old ,chronic snres
-h,'<.'! .,," I" h-a,",ld ,ntirely. but
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;- i* ., ,* '.,, t' P by applying Cham-
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*'.' r, fT) "h: rpo(e. It is also
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RHEINAUERS


...eading


Mercantile House......


W*i nter


1907


Ladies' Ready to Wear Suits in the leading fabrics of Dress
Goods and Sil s frcm $15.00 to $35.00.

Ladies' Ready to Wear Skirts in Panama, Chiffon Cloth
and Voile. Prices ranging from $1.75 to $15.50.


':i Ldcs' fcncy Silk Woists, Plain Silk Waists, Net Silk
Beautifully tailored from $3.75 to $7.50.


Ists


Our Dress Goods Department is by far the largest in town. We carry an exten-
sive line in all the leading weaves and colors at prices ranging from 29c to $3.00
per yard.

W AIT Money Back Taffetta Silk and the famous Mexine
W AIS SILKS:O in all the leading colors from 69c to $1.25.

IN OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT, which is in our Annex, we carry
Suits from $ I .WO to $2() for men. Youths' Suits from $7.50 to $15.00 Boys'
Suits from $1 A*, to : 7.0. The best selections in up-to-date Merchandise and
well tailored.

IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT for Ladies, Men, Boys and Children are
represented the best
BRANDS IN AMERICA


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In the Lexicon of the Saloon There Is No Such Word as Re-
form The Saloon Has No Place Where Men Go
to Church and Children Go to School


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only wish the S-n rna >&:-trn a,,

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CORRESPONDENCE


OUR PHILOSOPHER AT REDDICKI MORE LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT

ew Year ResMution--Fences Coat Reddick, Fla., Jan. 10, 190..
Use Than Stock-Wet and Dry To the Editor Ocala Banner .
Election and Other News AA nearly all the big and "Smart
Alecks" had their say cn the mn -y
Reddick. a., Jan. 10, 190S. !panic, and knowing my butting in will
Speal Cor. Ocala Banner: neither kill nor cure the trouble, nor
Cufttmam has come and gone. and upset the financial condition of th.e
w are all sober again, and have made country, and thinking that a voice of
all or new resolutions by which our one crying in the wilderness might
conuct is to be regulated during the add a litt> sp.-e to the subject I
new year-or a part of it-unless we write:
dekde good resolutions are not ne- There is in round numbers $34 of
ceary In our cae. 'money per capital in the Vni:ed'
Farmers are all busy preparing States. There is 8155 on depos.t of
their grounds for crops or building each person in this country or nearly
fences. When will the farmers of Ma- five times as much on de-posi: as wp,
rion county come to a realization of have money to deposit. Now. hw in;
the truth or the fence question? The the name of Old Harry can I depo-i
fence in this county cost four times nearly five tires a m-ir.h ui.)ney as
as much as all the cows. horses and I have to deposi: with, Ye, it is a
bogs on the county range. So we pay fact. It looks to me that if 25 per
one hundred dollars to fence against cent. of the deposits were drawn out
twenty-five dollars worth of cows and there would be no balance left for thc.
hogs. Wouldn't it be money saved to other 75 per cent. of the deposits
fence only pastures for our stock, and How can I have confid-nre in the
not fence the farms at all? If you banking institutions when I know thb.y-
talk with the farmers from other can't pay more than 25 per cen'. of
states where the no-fence law prevails j their deposits if demanded at one
you will find tat they could nver be time--sorter long on deposit,i and
persuaded to go back to the old style short on cash.
of farm fences. The total money in circulation is
But I suppose that is a question for i ,S3(,66.,.t. and the farm crops of
a future generation to decide. 1907 in the United State,-s is estimated:
When John B. Floyd ran for the at $7.4',,.v),.Vr. or the farm crops
legislature on a platform proposing to are worh two and one-half times th:
submit the matter to a vote of the amount of money in circulation. The
people, the proposition not only re- worth of the mines, forests and man-
ulted in his defeat but he said that ufactures are worth mor-, than tho
at some places tie farmers wanted to farm crops, and the total yearly prc-j
flht him. duct of the U*nited States is mor,,:
Our school teachers who spent the than five times our circulas:nzrn m,-
holidays at their respective homes. dium.
have returned and have tb_ children The corn. hay and cotton crop- o'
hard at work. We were certainly for- last year would jus: baianc, '-,,:r .mon
tunate in our selection of teachers for ey supply. Th, pro.Iuct of *he con
this term. They sem to have a act mon hen in nvve yvars tiz if thi,
of getting the boys and girls intense cash was realized for :li, commir),Ivy
ly Interested in their studies, which would consume r very ,onr .n cah in ;
Is the greatest qualification of a suc. the United States. To a flIlow that
cessful teacher. When no patron is doesn't know it all. i.- sfIens tiat rh
complaining it is evident that there is country is goinz on a 26- por c'- u(a-h-
no cause for complaint, basis and an .-> ptr c-:n, cnfi,'en...
The McLaren boys spent Christmas basis. Thar kind of a ra'no ;..
at home with their parents, gether roo unstable an ..i -a'.-. : M,
Several of our old ante-bel'um ne- won't do tr buv ) griTs ,r.n
groes have recently died. principally If each of th. ,., .,..,, p.,,p. *
from old age. their ages ranging from the U'nited States w:r, e hoar, ,r
seventy-five to ninety years. We re- take out of circulation Lu, 1" ,eI.nts
dach for once year. th,.r,- -w,,,:
gret to see these old people dyin, out each day for one yar th-r.
so fast. They have all been law abid- not be a single dollar lf! Wh-.n "'.*
Ing, industrious people, with due re- many national and othr banks r-,fu-t,
spet for white p, ople. respect for the to let their d"prsltors draw h,,ir o-vr
laws of the country, and it is extreme- money out of th- hb:nk- an-i to-pel
ly rare for one to be in a court charg- busins.;es to us^ th,'i- bank corifi-
ed with any offense whatever. But catP etc.. it simply m,.an,. -nha: :(r>
few of them are left. and th-y will of the. circ'ilatin: m.-i:um wi2: bt,
soon be gone. hoarded or tarl-en o :t of cir..;' ,iMt
We bear the hammer of our black- makin- mon,,y and -i:,rr "'>.,--. \v.
m ith. M r. Tyn r. rin .ing m -rrily ail T :ist el'her ( j i, s : .- .. '-n,, ,,r 1 ,-,,
day long. which is evidence that he Votr. 'A":.nt ,- t. do h'i.in,,,- on ..--
eats no idle br(.ad. He is well Ipeas- c(Mn^d. nre and :,)r, ,'ash :< T -. ', ,
ed with his location, and our people "rn'n -o pay :ts e ::?-
are well pleased with him an.i hi- .x- ploy". anul Ipn-i,)n- ;,'r. ,,T-ui r:
cellent wife. for they he.ve pr, ven $45,.tI ,.,I,,",I ye.lr:y in :r,. ,a- -"
them selves tO l~f liv ', actii\. p )"- :v. : x ,.lI I tak ., f v.' ',at ', :. "
sire p-o'1.. and en:,,r heartil |' 'V wI n ." I. s .i'11T


every' work or 'nt -rpri ;e ,hat l.as fi)r
its o c ti z, rL:FE AT SILVER SPRINGS
its obje't rhs, r:orn! or or:-:. ",,, :*.
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of our people. W(e n,,'d ',o' t I
an ,! h i- on l ', k ,. I.. ,,- . ,f
them.
M r. (a;< i.. ,i:r s'ct'on 1" : E:i
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who was injured \vhi,. v,(erl;r.:- "r" ; ,
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wreck be".-e n Rochtl-,- and a.: M.r -
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ville in December. nmade a vis.i To .
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parents a' W ..r .v jii-t before th. hi- 1 T
Mr:-. XV.. }. ('larK V :-I- l H >. .: ":.,
days. .'ut is at hlion, again. lit, ha,, a
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very narrow scale front : int-'aTi '
h .t :h a ', j I ,):'.:, ti' t ,,';'li ;..r-., '; f :
death, being str-ick l', a 1 t-aI v -I,, *
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rail that fell front an upright po-iti.,n "
against a car
C h \" .,itv v ,! I it i i- "- o'r
Mr. Rolberson. brother-in-law TO Mr
S. L. Friday and E. L1. Rou. spon s,,. 1 h a
eral days las week in Red(dii,. .but.
. . ,h, ii a d ,,,! f.,r; ( '*,),:!,,, ':- r ,,,,n .p *'" ',,a
has returned to his honre in *Soif'h. '
Carolina .h' I Pa .:, i :.
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W\e un-lcrst:and our new p'r<':-( .,-
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GRAHAMVILLE AND CONNOR

Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Grahamville oranges, the best or
angcs in Florida and in all the world
&re in demand in the Ocala market.
Amorg the Grahamvilleites wh(
helped to supply the orange marke
last week were Messrs. P. L. Durisoe
James Reynolds. William Roberts. J
C. Fort, Pat T. Randail, Thos. Rau
dal. and S. 0. Cordrey.
The latest picnic bunch who spend
the day with ui here on the raging Ok
la-*aha was composed of :he follow
ing: Rev. J. B. CuJpepper. Rev. Bjri
('ulp-p:)er. evangelist-, Rev. and Mrs
i3rnvtt I'r. and Mrs. A L. Izlar, Mrs
i,. .zle.r, Mr:i. Kirkland. Mrs. W. W
Clyatt. Mrs. WV. H. ('lark of OcalA a:,.,
Miss Louise Nixon. the charau:un
dau:hter ot Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Nix
on of (.;-ainesviiie.
Cap-ain WV H Clark of the S:ivv.
Sprigs navy brought the party d,.,r
on hi- launch, the Josephine
Mr. and Mrs. Rube Long, of zh,
Pa:ts Island section spent ihe wefk
,end with Mr. and Mrs A. Long iU
Graham vi"i'.
M,-srs. A. and J. Long hase r'.-:turn
-, frcm a few days' d-.-r hint or
Patt's Island. Thre.Y d,-r were kii;i
and w,- are now feasting on venis.an.
Mr an. Mrs. 0.-car Fie are in Cati
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I'. :s certainly nice to be the "ed:
tor." WV have been feasting on ()7
:in .-r ar.'-rib., hogL,-ad ches- anL
'ae and pumpkin pie and roses f.)i
1h- past sovera'. days Mlany th-in'_
:o y.u. Mr- Lonk. Mrs. (iraha::-. a.a
Larry Sims-.
.la .- \Vi-on ht,- r- t .rn:ed fr -i a'
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.M r. .\'.lan ,;, son is ni :tA : ;' ,' L- :'''\:"
t,(i' Fl':r'n Ia (nu tth, S'. o ,h ..h.. .: i
.Ta'k.ct-v:;l., a- h1 a iq':ar- r..
Mi. -, N ..r,-- l.';k an! .\A: ,,r'o'
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M. ..... P':p';is. the ch'.rur-i.i:
s<.K'h,, ,nornh of Indian Mound. w,:n'
ic ajela r-cen'nly to do sonl'v sh.)ppitiin
a-- (i:d also Mrs. Paul F ire.
I:" P. rey i.tsk ar.i Samul! I,,nn
t.av, r'-:,,',ted from a w,-.,:k'- h nuir
u !'!; h,'" !.s:an Th,.y kill-, on,
d: ,-:.
T ,,-r,-' v. a-. ;, ""i," '. froic" in o':.
""*. ..' '" .'-rila "'.*r'I1n{'.-" a" th,, h,,rm
,* M,1 nan.i Mr... .tchn Sewell. O:d S.,
*'. n ':^r. i) *,rT .i*rnir rnse o'\or 'h.
7;t" '"arT. e) p[n' -. etV r in th, ea-', ni; '
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BELLEV:EW NOTES

Special Cor Ocala Bannt-r:
Some of the t-mperance workers
of Be.llview attended a lecture at
(Candl.r on Friday night. This rou--
ing convinclng lecture was dtiverd
by Rev. (C. C. Carrol:1 of Ocala to a&
house ful of interested people. Mr
Ed Carmichael cf Ocala was ther--,
aud vas accompanied by another gen-
t]imaa. whose- name we d:d not know.
I is u.nad'-.rstood that Mr. Carroll will
* .-it "\Vcrsda:e ne xt Fr.day night.
stiil working for the same good caus,,.
.. w.; b ;. l-mperance l.,ctUre
d-'iv r-.i the trf- ,t in B,:iovilew
on W n,*ia, afr-,moon for rho t-en-
,"t' *,f th,:, ', hi:e ani : coi.re.! vot-
*Wr,.. \\W ,ipe th,-r,' w:ll b a bil
4-r -v h- a- Re L-r-'b-er. :he :)aa-e
ect: -try of th. An:i-Salccon Laa-ue,
M: Sar u Baret an it.- son. Wil-t "
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STANTON ITEMS


IrR S K~o's.-vi 'r~o :s
t ) i ~rth~~s. X- and J. K~llsey
STtis -s :-'o'tr 1:visit to FJor
d ,4a and I-A.- very ntucn .in iovp wil,!


.~-e k ~Ieaptamr yl -M
avo.nn-,'i! an-i Mr R A- Kels,-4,
-a T):- Spoomer
-).- oan :- shippter- ha-;-e ahoy:: -f;n
r 4- : ; -.-~ppiflgthr first crop of or
~ n.- In a amin h ey wj1
al-! a* ~cahat r.,,anv rmnoretto chip.
M sF~ossl;" Tirrnipz#n'rd. Riohar-c
cl.:~~ and litti Z&a Perr- art
irzrarndpar-'t Mr ani(.


'trI. ar- hlit- ,m V,) sj'w~n- Sa*

V .-~''( anArm-n 1 at home. aff
hrall:,,, vSh ad".-.
CIIARL 'TTE
The Pure Food Law
I :l to rn4orm ti
r ~ ,. h-l pr -er'e-'of ctnrt'i i
n '. et ieiln.-s.' Th,
ax Fey: r -, hat tlo amo-unt of chic-
:a.'ci'rin. orph ine, and othtei
:p v-::n~dri.gs bhe s-rated en th#.
h hwOt-l. Tt- mnanlifacturr
ofChain I *'r~ ain*.- 'o'gh Ronic''h
r 'i-rtt contain an o hee'r.z
;i' r-uth of thU -4 ca' Ta i i n.

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FA.RFELD FACTS



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CHALLENGE TO THE



ANII-SALOON [[LAGU[


The Marion County Protect' e Association

Invites Th:mr to a Joint Debate.


The Mario ( Countv Protective


Association having nfuminerous re-


quests from our citizens for a pub-


1 J point


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is c uISs0 orl ontilt- VS


ti(.,n of prohibition and anti-prohi-


bitio n, hereby publicly request the


Anti-Saloon Leagut committee to

arrange dates fur such discussion,


or to divide time with speakers to


be cho-tn by\ our comm ttee at

the dates piublishtd for prohibition


meetit's.


0)1LAN) 1. IKEATING


El). CARMICHAEi.


'Sold by KNIGHT & LANG, Ocalo, Flu."I

You see these words on nearly every wagon that drives by your I
11cor. and the same could be said of Carsiages. Buggies and Harnese.
Tn-re must be a reason for this-and there is-a good one: Whe'i w.
S,.-gan doing business with the people of this vicinity we decided to
,andre on!y a line of goods that would need no apology. The Pejult
is apparent already. We reasoned that we could not afford to handle
the Shears. Sawbuck & Co.'s, or mail order house quality of goodle,
as we must do business with our neighbors and not with customers a
thousand miles distant. .Our lines have been carefully selected. Our

WiIT E HICKORY FARM AND TURPENTINE

^ ~WAGO[IS
are bu;lt and sold on honor. We carry a full line of

EiEmyI1 i- IN VEiiCLES ANa ACCESS, IES
V,'e have HARNESS for the Florida mule as well as for the $SIO00
J;- ter. See us for anything in our lines and we assure you that we will
str:ve to ole'se you and "make good." Yours very trul.i,

KNIGHT & LANG.




OCALA FURNITURE CO.


b stas Linel Steel Ranges

From $26.90 to $39

You'd pay $50 for them some
places.

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A &VfV POiNCE RECEPTIONS
-1 r the largest social event of the,
w* f wva the beautiful reception giT-
o ne bjF Mr. and Mrs. Brantley A.
:? f l ORs o Tuesday evening in hon-
d of their second son, Mr. Benjamin
Seaborn Weathers, of Tampa, and his
I btde. who was Miss Mildred Beck-
Swith before her marriage to Mr:
Weathers on the seventh of this

I Mr. and Mrs. Weathers on this oc-
o ak also announced the engage-,
m I t of their niece. Miss Harriett
SJemette Dye and Mr. Vernie St-,vezF
SoC Shawnee. Oklahoma. %hj.se mar-
riage will take place some time dur-
Mc the coming summer. Miss Dye
s f made her home with her uncle
and aunt ever since she was a child .
S ad is one of the most charming anit
best liked young women in Oala so-
I *pLety. She was exceedingly swe t ian'
lovely on Tuesday evening in a whit,
berty silk gown. her pre-tty curly hair
being adorned with a tiny wr ath (-f
pink rosebuds, and a,< she received
the happy congratulations and f,li'-:
tations of her friends sh&, was ind'. d
a happy and attractive looking yvoun,
bride-elect.
Mrs. Weathers, tall and stately, wsrz
handsomely gowned in lavender with
touches of black. Mrs. Bnjam-n
Weathers. who is a tall and atzracti\p
blonde, wore her wedding gowu of
iliported Paris lace over white -atin.
Her hair was done h!gh and in it was
a wreath of orange blossoms. She i-
dignified and charming, and create
ma Impression that delighted ti.e
friends of her husband and of his pa-

llr. and Mrs. Weathers. Mr. ad
UB. B. S. Weatbhrs and Miss D)ye r--
celved in the parlor, which was ex-
quitely decorated with beautiful
garlands of bamboo, as was the entire
house, and it was index d a b-a-atiffl
weting for the host and hostezs, an !
their elegantly gowned and charming
guests.
In th.' li'.-rn ronrn Miss- Esther
Weathers, the bhautifil elder da-" h-
ter of tivi n "s,. wa- rc-r-iv.n':. Pnfl
with her wore Mr. anI .Vr- F- A
Kinsman Dyar (,f l,-ston. Vai-.- Mi-c
Weather wa:' rz':t., loor: i. h-r
beauti:ftil Fi.ri -!' ..'- ,, n. ap I Mr
Dyar in white marquise-tt:e. with r-a',
lace tr!mmin:-, was a beat:if,.: p'i-
ture.
Assisting st "'; p, leaa;,n2 rr,, ::.,'i
^^_., Mrs. Charl- ttarrison I'.iy 1.




























































P, 11IH1. Sin'eon T Sisirunk and. M.'. -
|1 M. Howard. while in th, hail th r,,
beautiful young watr ns. Mrs. .lams
> Edward Chace. Mrs. \Villiim iti,."tr"
Powers and Mr, Arthur I'ar'A;f'r.
*J~d the prnch fr. a b.-'i"tif'irY
hinted tabl" Rostin': in r',
punch bowl wa a largo block of ice
cut in th"' shap- of a bi: p ,ine'ti.
and one of the ,orgeoous blo(-.. "- wi-
frozen through tho ice This w,.s a
i charming conceit, and was vrv ir.'at-
ily admired by everyone.


I he large number ef ii,-sts era ',a'-
l r rm ed their attention ti t"-'. *ii'y,-
lug room. where a b.eau!ifl! si h"
awaited th.M': The dinin; r oi i-
large and ler.ds is.lf to b,.-a'it:f'! -
orative effec" T',e ('handli.r v,: -
j twined w ih I a,'Iit 'il :a p.i Y- i
icKns. the li. -- having l:z ,.' 'T
shades. which mad. thOwn ca-- a r,,-.
glow over the lom','.'l t',, TI ,
ble wa-' coner- with, a"i \ ', -:,
handsome han l-,'i r', : '. ,Q
S over red. th .,n'"r ,'(' *'-
large cut -ilas j-ir of" tlit' tirill i t ro..
poinceeti. Th.- ,ix\, r I'Thdl ic1k-
held red can-l..s w\i'h pointc'' : .; i,
and tbe silver tnid eu' nl-s bol 1 it:1
dishes h-'ld red an--1 hit, t+in;,. (O)n
mantel and sideobmard %.--r, pr'\tv ar
rangements of firns an-!i piiino'-it
and the room wa, truly tqi: -', in
Its loveliness,
The salad was ,,rv,'l in pt!incT'T'
S ramekins, and thi' ices frozen .I11 r,',
and white to, further etnphasi7t,' h
color motif of the v,,ni:nz. W'::h il'.
l course alimonds and lsis-,ciI
served and .ank,'s with cra':r..


A BEAUTIFUL WHIfT PARTY


lWnuM'cM NOC DIP o


I I IvUmtin 0 Mrri'i5. SW
SWednesday afternoon marked an- T, M lNIIOOD
other social triumph in the history of T N N
home to her friends and her party will To the True and Noble Men of Marion
always be remembered as one of the
!most elegant ones that has ever ben County:
given in Ocala. WE can't vote. YOU can. WE
The Holder r-sidence cn Fort King
avenue has jast recently been comn- trust YOU. Our prayer and supplica-
pleted and it is one of the most pa'a-
tion is that you will NOT FORSAKET
tial homes in the state, and the mis- tion that wil NOT ORSAKE
,ress of this beautiful home is as ra US Tuesday. January 21. Will YOU
clous and charming as possible, and '
numbers her friends by the score. not vote AGAINST the saloons that
On Wedn., day afternoon Mrs. Hol-
On Wedn'.day afternoon Mrs. Hol-!we may rejoice and be glad? We be-
der wore a very handsome flower' I
chiffon gown with touches of gr- -n. lieve in this election that the UNAN-.}
and she looked unusually attractive o
Receiving with h-r were Mrs. Chris- IMOUS WISH and DESIRE of your -
tian Ax of Baltin-oro and Mrs. B. S wmen is entitled to respect, and WE
W-athers of Tanmpa. Th., form,-r wr.-
an emhroid-red batisr, gown over KNOW YOU REGARD AND RES-
pinki silk. and the latt 'r wore pale PC ALWAYS.
tlue crepe de chn- with To'.ch-'s of.
pink. and a bi- white picture, hat i You know our hearts are bound by
The" roc-ived in the parlor. wh;ch is I-
an exquiiisitely rl-.rr.ini room in pat woman's dependent but deepest hope
wl:.. with garlanr.s ,(f pink rros( to this great struggle with man's worst
ador::i;r.g the walls an c-.illn-T Ir--
mrnse vases of br:dezrralds ros.'s ani enemy and woman's deadliest foe. In
pink carnations wcre on the man-"l+
and tahie and wf-re xcoetinglv fra- all our lives we have never appealed
grant and pretty to look at. i !o you to vote for us before.
All of th- rooms in this home are :
beautiful beyond doscription-we will, FOR US and our most cherished 1
simply not attempt to d-scrlbe their V U O TIME!
I "eine h., ope VOTE JUST TH,S ONE TIME! ,
love'in -s. i I
This was Mrs. Holder's first party The knightly men. young and old, of
in h'-r n'w h)me and her friendly v-'ry
.-r-atv onjoved her g-racious hospi- iMaricn county, have always been the
t'.itv on Wednesday I GIBRALTAR and DEFENDER of
In the spacious hall Mrs. G. R 'Me-
Kean. Mrs. C. H. Lloyd and Mrs. C. V OUR HOMES and HOPES. Our lovely
Miller received and in the back hall i 7"
illrAreceivedockandih bc h aind our lives are all for you and yours. F
Miss Alice Bullock and MIs Louse/
Harris serv-ed grapefniit prnch. Af- Do we TRUST and LIVE and LOVE
ter being served to punch the ladiesI
w,-+ a-ked to th,1 second floor, where in vain? Answer Tuesday at the polls!
rs. Wiliam HckYr and Mrs..l-an FROM THE PEACE-LOVING WO-
Austin were receiving, and showed!
t::'m to the dressing room. anil on MEN OF MARION COUNTY -
,'m( rginz f.-or this lovely room th-y
wern asked to the billiard rowm on RHEUMATISM
Th.-' *biri fcoi r. v.-horo they wre we.- -..
rc'n''dr 'v Mrz. XV. S Bullock, an *, M. F. Baliantyne. of Ballan-:,o &
VT-n b .Mr.. W Tuh,,ck. a McDonough's Iron Foundry. Savan-
Shr,. h,,inr. ~he, "''nah, (Ga., Says that ho has siffernd for
,",il- b. :i:L ,ii tr'.1t.d by Mrs E. I. vars from Rh,.uniatisin. and could
('arr v. .-Ze! no r-elieiof from any sourt e but P.
Th," billiard room occupi.,es rh en- I'.. W'i<,th cured, hini intielv. ie t
i -.xth .s the o~oe ts (f P. P. P. oil e,-
;ir thirl floor of the houso. anld is 'xls h I i.s of P. P. P. on ev-
fcry occasion.
b'autif'iliy fnishod in mission. There P. P. P. is the greatest kno-vn cur,
v, r, ,'ibzh'.,,n tableo-fourteen card for Rheumati;ni it eradicates tho di-
ta',l,- and four tabl-s of dominoe.. ,', ,:;s out of the syst.rn quickly and
Progressions were counted, and at forever. r', '. {, r* "'-
P P. P P.. I.i;'pn.an's ( arx-a" Rem,,dy.
rhe (lo~0 <,f the afternoon Mrs. !-rank l.res Sal Rheium. with its itch and
I,'.rri. and Miss Miriam Pas.tir were burnin., Scald Head. Ttter. etc.
foiytd to have tied on their score,, and P P. P. ctrOs Roils. Pimples, and
all oruptions duo to th, boo1. .
on the cut .Mrs. arris won a very a. P. P. P. cures Blood I'oion in all
"'. 'c ri,'. of hand-painted china. ts var mi, s >(at: e Old Ui lcers. Sores I
Mr.. Dl:va! was the lucky winner of and Kidny Complaints. A
t1. domino priz,. also a lovely piece P. P. P cure. Caitarr'h. Ecz-.ma. Ery-
!, hand-painted china sipelas. and all skin and blood dis- "
china. cases and Merc:rial Poisoning.
I..very zues" drew a small envelope For sale by all drauaist;. :I. There
from a basket The envelopes con- rest ai
airnol cards, all blank except two, Th" (;] whi"h drw the consolation prizes. .onm's to rasii: mnioney to ti i" over
TI'.'v were drawn by Miss lIouise h,. eff-,ct.- of the mon,.y panic. If y<,oday
t arris ansl Miss l.illa Brumb'y. the I,>:'t htl ,vt' t hi.. 1o-,k ar th- pIrice-; enic t


f 'rn' r b,-inz iv.n a lovely pin-cush- L ', (;lole is nmakntg-. Th,\ h:avoe v- tici o
*.n and l- ia't.-r ia prctv Illhnvy lace ,-r thin- yvr \.iitnt in dress; o', s ,.,
,'' .' r pie,',, '.:,r' ar'par, s ..s. i' it in i. lill 0
*--iT. r piec.%. .*\ r', y a;r par'. si *.- it n;: an."


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P3CHIMtT'ON' ORATORS FEAR TO,


MEET NMc'NAMEE


N1 h t..-. "NI 11' 1 )c 1(5


MIr--. .1 1). IRol .r,: -on.NI-s Asi
Ml r. I".er,'vs'Mrs. e !nn M'.
ho )i't'. V rs. it 'hr Mrs. 1). \W. IDa-
v :s. Mrs. I-,rrl-. NMr.-z(arti,". NMr-s 11
V W\oat hotrz. V -i-. New -zwn. NI17--.
N illvr. Mrs C(r inr .\NIr I 'Powarl, NlI -~

A\nde'rson, Mrs. Chwp,.l. NJ "s.Pio


There is a touch of peculiar:ty co.n-
nected with the prohibition element
of this city at present that deserve?
strenuous condemnation, and we bo
lieve will receive the disapproval of
every intelligent citizen of Marion


county.


It is a we'l defined fact that every
question has two sides, and wherever


1.UIoU oinr nn vnII nlllN


Na


vlniun Iiuc UU IUU rHVunf


Your Vlote


Will


Be


the Other


for One or


WHICH?


NO SALOONS


CAUSE


prosperouss Hcmes

oontentcd Wives

oyful Mothers

iappy Children

Jseful Manhood

Peaceful Communities

business Prosperity


ewer Criminals


NO SALOONS


SALOONS


CAUSE


Crime


Poverty

Insanity

Murders


Corrupt Politics


Brutalized Manhood

Degraded Womanhood

Suffering Childhood


SALOONS


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YOU WILL HAVE TO VOTE


"Against


Selling


Liquors


It you wish to have your vote count for the


HOME


AND ALL THE HOME STANDS FOR


re is always one by which the
re measured. In the merchan-
jrl( that one has been and is
"The(, Globe." for this establish-
is quoting prices on every ar-
f wearing apparel that man. wo-
r child may ncI that are not
'd by th, otht'r nr'rchants. and
why tli. prices ohltr nr'r hamts
ai'm ju'igo t,', 't.' v al,.i, rh,'


1-l ', l (i ,, :iho :aast
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i. R. Moorhead. D. S. WoodrOw,..
President. Secretary
B. J. Potter Gen. Mgr. .
NOODMAR SAND AND STONE COMPANY
Bui!der8 of
CEMENT SIDEWALKS
ealerat In
LAKE WEIR SAND
NI an'Bf.'C CONCRETEE BLOCKS. W


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Morior) Hardware


Con)mpay


1--HEA 1)QlARTA.IH.;S -
American Wire Fencing,
Sash, Doors and B!ind-
Paints. Oils and, Varnishes.
Mill and Mining Supplies,
Turpentine Snpplies,
Improved Farming Tools

GET OUR PRICES

Marion Hardware Company


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GEISHA SKIN FOOD .l

7lt A. HE~ALTHY FLES -P 1DmrRAnaf uueo-


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GEISHA SKIN FOOD
F3 1 THw FO1 AND CaMPLEXION
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FROM FERTILE FLORIDA

lMt is Going on In the Land of the
Orange and Grapefruit
Large quantities of vegetables are
being shipped daily from Fort Pieree.
Reports from Clermont are that the!
ages are getting ripe enough to
mWp and are of very good quality.
Carload shipments of oranges from
Dmnedin have stopped for a while.
About 40 per cent. of the oranges are
left on the trees.
The goods rains for the past month
have Improved the looks and pros-
pects of the trucking industry, as well
w the orange groves at Oviedo.
The orange groves at Indianola are
king beautiful. ITh recent rains
have beea of great good. having in-
o=sed tke size of the fruit very

T. H. Wicker, a big cabbage grower
C Coleman. says cabbage look better
fta ever before and that everything
laicatee the best crops that section
rm ever had.
W. A. Coggins of Welrsdale has 350
bocs of grapefruit yet to be gathered
SR his grove. He expects to pick
them soon and looks for good prices.
The vegetable express which elaves
Miami every day for Jacksonville is
avraging around 6000 crates of pro-
duce daily. Most of the truck is
beans, eggplant and peppers. Tonia-
oos are moving very slowly.
Orange shipments have lot up a*
an Mateo this week. the growers
waiting for market to clean up. They
will begin to go forward again next
week, and shipments will conttinut-
from there for about three mnionhs.
The orange packing season at lI-
land Grove is about over. The total
amount of oranges shipped from th,-re
this season is something like 12.""'
om 15,000 boxes. The fruit was of
pod grade, and the shippers are re-
ceiving fancy returns.
Rft. Daniels of Plant City reports
heavy shipments from that place the
fst week in strawberries and egg-
plants; also some beans. Celery will
move lively in ten days. Thret will
be the biggest crop in several years
t tomatoes, beans, potatoes, cucum-
bers, and squash.
At Clearwater about 30 per cent. of
the orange crop is sold. and about 45
per cent, still in the hands of the
growers. The quality is very good.
The size is much better than in most
sections. and running medium to
large. Owing to recent rains, line
prospect for full bloom is expectd.-
New York Produce News.

TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOINTMENTS

I will be at the following places ont
time specified to receive tax returns
for 19Ob :
January, 1908
Martel 27th-a. m.
Cotton Plant. 27th-p. in.
Heidtville, 2Sth-ll a. m. to 2 p. in.


Dunnellon. 29th.
Romeo. 30th-ll a. m. to 2 p. im.
Blitchton. 31st-Until 3 p. m
February. 1908
Kendrick. 3rd-a. inm.
Martin. 3rd-p. m.
Lowell. 4th-a. im.
Reddick. 4th-p. in.
Fairfield. 5th-a. m.
Irvine, 5th.--p. m.
Flemington. Cth-a. m.
Central. 7th-a. m.
Geiger. 7th-p. m.
McIntosh, Sth.
Shady. 1ith-a. nm.
Santos. 1"Th--p m.
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Eastlake. 17"h-a. m.
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Linadale. 17th-a im.
Moss Bluff. 1Sth-a, m.
Electra. ISth-p. m.
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FERESTIN4G TO VOTERSCONT''EST ON THE CONSOLIDATED'
Race for Presidency Reported in Pro-
Sgress-W. C. Powell Versus


Reltoed to Registration
'Fair Play and


S~Ocala. Florida. January ,. 1(#,.
The board met in special s-ession for
the purpose of rs:oring all names *r-
roneousvly stricken from th& registra-
tion books, and the following applica-
tions were rec-ived for re-t )rai;o:i
J. I). Hough. to be res,:or(d lo dis-
trict 1. ()caa: A. ). -!7c(Crini, ins t',
be ret.-,,r-d r I.,v(,"n ,I:,d t, ,.-fe rrel
to Ocala. I. N. \\a;.ir .. T, ; r.- r
ed to) Fort _.VicN(' ;N i.1 7 'i.-. rr.-d
Sthor..-. rro ,
tored f O Dunni,1;' i a t .'t:i-.' nri A
I1 cala N I'. My.rs. :o t,. r *.,s"r"*d 'o
S district N., 1 : (;' org. Mcraba.-:': T
-twe r.set(s r,.t i to( iJ'11!1 4 i ai ,. a:..
ferr.d to ()cala ('", .ii Iav .s-. !to ,.. r
gtor,} ,*, Mar*:i. an! ia. ft rri.fI tI
I 1Kendrick. N 1. For: ... r .
to district No '., S W Wa-h.n:,'n.
to lbe rt,'sT)rt-d io K..ir k E' \\,i.-
ver. 0o e- r. -vo ri t,> t1.'(1'h i ':--
trict No 2 .l,,hn lt i.h I :f "o t>. .r-
stored to (cala I). () ,1.. :.. ) r.-
Stord to (Camp nl)Izar-i t-'.- ,; *"

prison. It' i I. res.t:,r,- :o, ,tor.." N ,
C; A. T. Swartz. to lI0, r..--:,r t,
Ocala: ii F. Duke. to r 1-4 l tr ",ir i
Dunnellon. district No ;4 WXi:. M
Ponder, to be r-estore i O (Ocala..lor.!!
Sampson. 1o I-,. rt,-tor'-d 1to (':-ala
'W. A. Blta\ly.I to, \ re ('-tr*( to S'.a iy
Grove and tran.-fe.rr.-d to >ci'.a Tho'-
Pug',rson. b, .e re'sorsreI :o ,!i -'ri t
No. 2f and traiinsferred t (o(a'a:a Di
id .Jackson. to be, restore, n, () d-ri t
1 IS and transfmrre. t, N., 1. 1]
B. Baxter. to he r.s:ored,1 t! ,. 'r1i
No. ,Is and :ransferretd to No. .1
sept lio-stt, nr. Tom Kl'-,,y WV. A
Guthrey. to lie restored T',') di.r;-, N,
19; John Pasteur. ,, i e r.-,,r,, o, ,
district No. 1 an i irTansfrr.-: y o.
19": C 11B lo e!o,. to be r-,.-tr,.,l to
distri, t No 17 and transferr- to No
18; M I.. l.' :o I, r, s'or tl d(i s
trict No 17 1:!l tran-f, rr,,d :o Ni
2C; W. F Kn o :h toe re-;or.-d to ldis-
trict No 2 ani, transferred to No' ,
S P. L. Billingsloy. to lie re-iored to) dis-
trict (17 or l,, and tranf- rr.'.l r o 17
S J. J. Turner. to he ret-stird to ,s,'
No. 5 and transferred to No 24 .1 E
Spence. to be re(-tor'd To disiricT N
1S and transferred to No. 2'.* I) C
Rawls. toI be r,-,tord 10o (disr:ctN No.
Sand transferred to No. 2:<, F. S
Dodd. to bh- restored to district: No. 1
and transferred to No. '1 ; 11 B Brab-
ha- im,, to b-, r -t,,red to ,di tric: N,, "1
S and transferred to No 22; L. 11
h. to be r-sto)red To ,d-'sr.,T No
,and Transferrd to No. 27. Roer:
|. Neal. J. M. Neal and Sam Clinch. to
' 'be restored to district No. -: Henry
- Grigg'. to be restored to di'trinit No.
11 and transferred to No. 17: Robert
i Dvis, J. D. Davis. Anthony (;,'nn.
" Walter S. Gates. Samuel J.ck on.
.= P. L. Lawton. WV. E. Hutson. Rolan 1
I *b.arsh. J. X Thomas. Jackson Va:n
SGeo I. Washin.ton. J. P. V.'-een.
t Bradley WVilkrson. J F. ltamptn. R
i P. Hampon. (.o. Ril,,v. c A. Rh.ane
William E. Nelson. N .1 Bosi, k, .1. !i
McKinney. George Riley. Carolina Mi-
hael. V.. C ;alreat'.l. tO ,e restored
to district No. 1. ()caia; V.' Dean.


to be restored To distr:c! No 7. and
transferred to Ocala. (;eor:. Kin:s-
ley. to be restored to Martin ar..] Irans-
fcrred to Kendrick: .lasper Pr, -t n. To
be restored to district No and
S transferred to Ocala; SI ehe, hi,--
gins, to be restored to disri(t No(i. I
and transferred tos Shady: .l(o',:n Aid-
&ams. Fle:ch.,r ('astleumry. Isaac De-


WONDERFUL TOMATOES


L. B Belk. who has azain taIM-n ui;)
trucking, is keeping up his repl.iTjion(
as a successful growtr of ve 'ta'll!,s
and especially tomnatot- One o n'. h
from his place now oni exhiblition ao
SS. Watson's real estate o(f" showx
I Xteen well developed bleauties, vh,-.h


List-Motto of Commissiogers: alter F. Coachman I
Justice to All." Much interest is felt in trade cir-
Justice to All."I
tcles in the contest that, according to!
ac. Ds, Je R- reports from Florida. is now in pro-
loach. Geo. Davis, James Davis, Ran-,
som Ellis. Mance Ellis. Nelson Floyd. gress for the presidency of the Con-!
Martin Floyd. Brr F:ovd. VWilson solidated Naval Stores Company.
Matn Fo d o F.'- Iqd t
N,_lson. Jr.. illiam Nelson. G. L. From th. reports received from
hlayies. James iarris. Samuel Jonet., Jacksonville, the coming election, on
Jr.. Alonzo Jones. Lawr#.nc., Jones. J. the 15 th inst.. promises greater devel-
P. L-*7i..r Jam'in,;N Mlrri-< \V T Ta. 'Iopmlents o' interest than any election


F. Brut on. ('b~arbts (C. (al yii. A !sx C.
I l'~n T~s~i Js.1.1~e.~ ant, J. It.
( 'l:; rrv to the rte T-tf'ki too sii-t:-',t No.
ras nr.,sin r.2 aa r

f i T, 1 1 >!;( 1.T N..,

M' x"i~ n to b ,-oei z it' Ul
M \. ;zn NtIJ ls I~'
1'; i-'sr N C, % nd I -a.f 'rr-t': t
i nn~>.m \ '.' ~v~a~.. ~b.'r


Sam. 2 7. ( !. aa .1.
s'inin,~ I ~ ( ir;tn..r,
:~ rr.-,t I'. 12r~~i~a


of recent years held liy this large co)r-
Iporation. whih ha, been for sonime
'ears so- Immpt;rtanit a factor in the na-
val stores world.
The emtes for r'Ti, p)rs-idency of
tIhe CI onr-idatl'I :s s-i-dl to i's be-
t',,ii Mr. W". (". I'o v thl, e incun-
1 : 0'. on' (if tl';e ti..es kh o'.vn n 'n in
the rad,. .and \Va' .r F. Cichrnan.
h hos-* ('oI e('t]i O\ ih th-e naval
"'.ir'"- tr, i s'(!.-> }. o. I; ';seei so long
;is : hat ,f Mr. 'ow,,ll. b;t who from


X'.. ~ ~ ~ ~ t \\Is t ur ~ '' ~ *m~o~o i-; riaval sttsroe- ca-
S~rn: aii ran- r a~; ia:- a ;r 71mset ostioli in


J n- V Jrr:s tF .-ro -toi r, (d t
A' --n. i A Iit V!s' rt all J





.la:..'-. Frank-';, ims 'is. -m r'
'A', ir an,! tram,-" -frr(,i 'o Shal'.y
4 1rs., rt irn N-imt("-El ts) to- rno
~- ire ts Sasl I;r~vo, m rd aru-sft.'rni.
Is.' ()('ala : (;laLnw:s Ho br t' I.- r-


l-'ud 'rs I,'-.u ;Ii FcI;T r.-\ N2 an

II : tI:'l~ I'ha r!, iXV ,Nvard. A4n-

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.-7:aa~' i-~ Ni 17 A Ii.EF
: ,t 1- A' r Tor~ d'.-i i nc: N's1 2
-ihot ( 0. a: N C Li io. -I lo
)ns i.a no'lIi I.V\tnman. t4) I,#. ne-
dsni] To ( caa- M arc i-(;r h17i.
bek. rj 1:'.. t N; 12 s r n.1 11 r r.,:


to() district No. 21 ,J. t!o,)\ o. \i
re,.tored to .ii.'ri,. No. 17 an, :ramT-
ferrcd to O.ai Ja; ,.- Lsvli .1. {i
Maddin. SamW Morgan. \Vatr M i'r:ih
W. T Snmith. Kansa-' Sinzl',,n an,:
WViltanm N W.tItr -.povn. to be,, r 's-t(r-
(e to (istri(-c No. 17: I 1It. I .il!. to
be rs--ior.(d to dis4r, Noi. i7 an I
transferred to No. 2': S. I .J)hn
so'n. It) o b' rstorei to listriot N ,. i


Upon
w arrant
in faxeor
roll for


motion it was osrdert'd tha"t ;t
lot,, sra'.xnoin Tl,'.t' o-iini (of
of WX. N I Lut Tu I r s 'k ,,tl
!I oI I Thiof .1aI ImI I aIrn,


I'pon motion ( 1ni i-sisinr ''lI'-
was selectei as a committee to .e
to Pensacola an, inspect a ga -: '':,1
motor road roller th-it is in op, ration
on the roads of Fscant'bia coun'v. ie
was also authoriz- d to take an expert
machinist to make said insp(ec'ion i
hie thought sam:e was n,'c,'sary.
I'pon motion it was ornl,-rd hat /
A. Mclar.'n he r, commended1 to thei
goverr.or for appomnit."'nt a j).i-tic'
of th(e p)oace in districtt No. 2
It appearin'- th:it through, inadv-r
tane' or mnisake. the re',s.'ra:, Ti 1i:-
does nc- show that Mr. It. I.. An !e-
so)n's pll tax has be .in paidl, and Mr
Anderson having fil: d( an T..av!
with- th. l,(oar.l s ra'ing that -- 1a
paid samn, it was upon motion orl rn'
that the registration o11l(.'r nitr'.
sam., on registration li-t as iai i.
The board thereupon adjmourned 1 n
til ther ne.xt regular nO'tinz tO< b
helix on the, first Tuesday aft,'r It:
frs-l Monday in Feslruary. 1'.'s
S. T. SISTRUNK. Cl-,rk.
y v H. I). Palmer. D C.


:,.' ('(,n,,,i(at',lt i:- a c nimpany with
:it large ntium ibr o(f st(Ickhol,!d.rs among
ro. iiic'.rs.,. .th gr 'at iinaj,,rity, it is
'iatirs'., t. l i";'i in F ,lorida. Acc(-or(d-
T'a I t) re or';,t h*'r > ha.s s',ii n an act-
.v, (caIita:Lni for support at th., elec-
Sotl on NiN xt -WedtInest1ay. The Out-
'i!,-', i- .atid to bhe in d t lIt. tuth sides
" nvig nu!l!i'!rou( S proxi-s and pleIdges
,,(,prn:. at-c-or:ii.inq t,, current talk.
The ('onsslidate'd has hail a very
,i 5('C',s ful history sinc,, it, estah!ish-
i's. I It was the outgrowth of the
.H'i- Sus:'rn Naval Stores ('o.. which
*A~i,= s ':.,: i.' .to ( of t.he S','lths'rnii Interests
".,! t',d -+' s f t1h.. Flrida, N-ival Stores
0' which ha-'! I e.,n ,Tr-:.nizod and
anlage i% ,, Mr. ( Cia-h :lan With
; ,,,, two i ere,.Ft..Ts w,,rr in ;'t|- some [
' h,-r .a.'Ick.-nvill, ih hlnei in ier-r sts.
Mr .V ( P ws'll as res.(dent of the
Satvann:ah, thetn o)f the Siothorn, and
in m nr't, r,-.Tntv vars of the Consoli-


the posses-


S'ion of %.ery able busin,,ss qualities.
' ah of The companies under his ad-
.i,:: na ce.s.sful. payiir:g large. dlividen(ds ands
,e,'c'fluia'ino. iaro, surpluse-,s He is
(one' of thfe o''--t and mes t xcserienc-
!5 f:.cto(r-: ii the hiisiness..
lm I- Wa;t' r F "-'o:':mchn'an wa- the
)rsvio ,r o)f 'h.' fact( sra3 (, busii *sS inl;
t: ()ri,'Ia lit rganized anI niina.ed
*ht, PF'hriila Naval St;ores. s-lubseu ent-
"v n''ri.d into the consolilatel, and
was un-iol() .1* .!y a prime factor in the
i ,dv,'Isomnten of .lact :sonville as a nay-
"' stores n':arkt-t. forcing ,,theor facttor-
jai, int,.rests TO (pein branch houses.
r',.'\ As a fa,'tor li e also became a
,l-:triiutoltr anld exporter, and it was
throughh his efforts that the Naval
Stores Export ('o. was organized for
'rh. biq but unfortunate tsatttle of two
V'.ars ag'o. Mr. C'oachman is one of
1e WlliSt progr"ssiv,, e business men
SFlorida has developed an,' has many
'rri ndls and supporters through:,mt the
| Vat,.
The trade as a whole is awaiting
'yslo riuentvs with more, than ordi-
,i /mrv int-re,,s,. about the only real fact
I known here ,ei'ri that such a con-
'.st is, reported in progress.-Savan-
":h Naval Stores Review.


DIDN'T KNOW THAT T. R. WAS
THE WHOLE PUSH
A.\,lni,.ra! I rowni,'n i: the latest to
i-' '.s "i'rial sc.ilp frfin '.,iting too
:;iy with T dtl!y. liet steen ,1 to imnag-
in, ho ()VWN'I) thew' hole navy df-
parlniont .uit the president didn't seo
it that way.-Floridian.


nlj^ q mi m i1- i P; i't ll tlJ. lt
SSOLII) lOLD, STER-

our big collection of the
IS, which range in rice
o records of all the mo,-t
av. Call and hear the





y Gifts




[NETT

JEWELER

OCAL A, FLA.


NOTICE

The following persons have been ap-
pointed to act as inspectors and
clerks at the special election to be
held January 21st. A. D. 190S, as pro-
vided by Article 2t,5, General Stat-
ultes:


t


i A Cure for Misery
v ,i:h nine ,pounl.. Mr. rlk told ( th' "I have f()und a cure for the misery
malaria poison produces." says R. M.
wril..r sone wt,.k, azo of oflto wluo r .1 a il' o ol.ool-len. S. (C'. "It's called
ful prO.hu ii-vernoss (f th, xill's o(f a electric Bitters. an(d com s in 5'0c.
nI w varietyy which h i o had discovered. ; hott los. It breaks uip a case of chills
1 w': w<. hald i1 id,.a of e'.or .* no;r hi! ious attack in almost no time
ha d 1,t lat i(f fl it pilots yellow j'-indice clean out
i~ a arI l- t ,f full gr of conll)ission. This great tonic
.. .. r BHell: ro;,e o s ,r 'i ihty vcra s m icino and blol urifir ives
niedi(-adbw I purifier gi%
f ':v". '}. t'.-s: ;'i, 1-.in froni a oni-at'ro quick relief in all stomach, liver an(d
pnt'ch- lira n*i')\Ii Journal. kildn#,' complaints and the misery of
: Innio hna'i/i dqn/d iindprl mininintrop ni


Ocala. I)ist. 1--Box from A. to N..
Henry Livingston. S. I.. flitting, Bax-
ter Carn. and W. W. Clyatt. clerk.
IBox from M. to Z.. M. M. Little. L. S.
leck. J .F. Crawford, and J. P. Gal-
loway, clerk.
Reddick, Dist. 2-M. hi. Sherouse,
P')rter Hull. M. I.I Rou, andi R. D.
Rou. clerk.
F'rimingtron. Dis. ,--F. F. Smnoak.
J. K. Mix-on. ('. i. (;ray, and W. D.
Mat hews. le(-rk.
(Cotton PIlant. )iDt. 4.-- toe M. HIuddg-
en-', Chas. Mill!er.. Jol)hn Parker, and C.
R. Veal, (le.rk.
Ronmeo. )ist. 5-J. T. Iludgens, J.
V. Ne-ttles. T1'. M. Morgan, and Wesley
Nob1es, clerk, [i
Camp Izar,t. Dist. C;-Joh.n Brass. R.
D). Stokes. G, C. Turner, and W. L.
Jordan. clerk.
Shadv G;rove. Iist. 7--.1 M. Doug-
tas. It. WV. )Dougla'zs. Frank Moses.
an .1. .M. (;oln, clerk.
Sumnwoerlil,. I-)ist. -.1 L. I.. luff. A.
D. Mitchell. ('. Iillups, and J. F.
Branch, cl erk.
Lab ,a Wim, I) Dist. W. E. MeN;aha-
-in. (;. A. Scot;, J S. DI il Srs. anid .J.
M. Blair. clerk
Moss Bluff. Dist. 1'N- A M. Hi:n>.


Dunnellon. Dist. 24-Walter Ed.
wards. Geo. Bridges, Jas. S. Moody,
and J. M. Barkadale, clerk.
Candler, Dist. 25-J. Y. McKinney.
J. M. Marshall. P. A. Fort, and Tom
Pritchett. clerk.
Sparr. Dist. 2G-Stephen Civils, W.
D. Eminisor. J. \W. Colbert. and Da-
vid Grantham. clerk.
Eureka, Dist. 27-P. 1. Milligan. R.
W. Dixson. L. V. Marsh, and Jasper
J. Brinson. clerk.
Lovon. Dist. 2q-W. R. Munrope.
('Charlie Luchis, \Vill Freeman, and J.
Y. Hlicks, clerk.
Kendrick. Dist. 29-W. V. Chap-
poll. C. C. Priest, Jr, W. E. Nix. and
Petor Loose.,o clerk
Martel. Dist. 230-Henry Seckingor,
W. V Weathers. Arc-hibald Cuthill,
and L.. H. Pillans. r-lerk.
Fairfipl,1, Dist. 2i-- B. Pavno, J.
A. Thomas:. B. S. Jennings, alnd R. A.
Scott. c lerk.
(eiger. Dist. ,2-E. A. Smith, J. I.
Whittinlton,. S. A. Neal. and D. R.
Zotro'tr, clerk.
S. T. SISTRUNK.
Clork R oard County Commissioners.
12-27. By If. D. Palmer. 1). C.

NOTICE OF ELECTION


The ulndersigned h.ereby gives no-
tice, to all persons that an election
has Ihen and i< hereby called for and,
will heo hold( on Telosday. the 21 st day
of .Jan iarv, A. 1). 11S,s. in Marion
' sale of intoxicatin..l liquors, win( s or
beer shall l1e nroh.hiied in saidl coon-


Jerry Purnett,


Merchant


Tailoring.
1 Ocala. Florida.
Hi se.mi titva Domecstic ( '1,6th,.
('uttiiti a Specialty
Fits I*iiaranteed.


2,000 BUSHELS

Bancroft's Just Proof


I>


I


Oits


Yield 50 to 100 per cent
than Texas or Natives,

$1,00 a BUSHEL
F, 0. Sacked.
Eden Gem Cantaloupe
saved from melons grown
dcially for seed at Rocky
Colorado,

$2.00 A POUND


mor,


Seed,
sp*-
Ford,


Eden Watermelon Seed, saved
from center of the melons, at


I


IN1


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THE END OF THE CAMPAIGN

We are rapidly approaching the end
t the campaign-the story will soon
e told whether or not we are to have
"eam" or "closed" saloons.
Prom our point of view the conduct
of the campaign has been most corn-
Mndable. It has been clean in every
w"y. If any name was improperly
cken from the registration list it
V done from a misapprehension of
sert and wrongful information, and
the name was promptly restored. Fair-
nao has been the thing aimed at.
Those in charge of the dry campaign
b" rather continue in our community
what they consider an evil than
do an injustice. No man's char-
aer has been assaulted. The
Um of friendship have not been brok-
I. Appeals have been made to the
vaer's reason, not to his passion; to
I conscience; not to his prejudice.
It has been a campaign of intelli-
ese; a campaign of education.
It Is true the prohibitionists have
Sge an aggressive fight. They were
nowpelled to. They had to storm the
meIWy's strongholds. They had to
epfture the citadel.
And in the face of these assaults,
_m after another, the strongholds
have fallen, and on Tuesday the cita-
del itself will be captured.
The arguments of the saloon forces
have been torn to shreds; their en-
tmchments have given way: their
tmte is complete. Tuesday will sim-
ply witness a complete capitulation.
What are the strongholds that have
ben destroyed:
st Personal Rights-the Wrong-
falmess of Sumptuary Legislation.
The prohibitionists have shown that
utme statesmen of this country who
have been the most ardent for the ex-
temlon of the personal liberty of the
dttizen have been the most eloquent
t their denunciation against the man-
teture and sale of intoxicating li-

What man in all the world was for
a larger personal liberty than Col-
mel Robert G. Ingersoll?
He went so far in this direction as
to advocate the abrogation of all Sun-
dy laws. On the subject of religion.
mirals and conscience, he wanted ev-
ey man to be a law unto himself:
yet, notwithstanding which, he drew
te line on liquor. He was eloquent
h his denunciation of the liquor traf-
e and wanted the lawmakers to class
It along with opium and otF..?r poisons.
What greater democrats are there
h the United States than Carmack
md Bryan. yet read their utterances
along these lines. Carmack's speech
wCT be found elsewhere in these col-

These great men my thait The h'"n<,
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ir the foundation and corner stone of
our land and of all lands and that ev-
ery safeguard should be thrown
around it for its protection, and it
stands out above and beyond all sump-
tuary legislation.
2nd. The Revenue Derived to the
City, County and State from the Sale
of Liquors, Wines and Beer.
The figures the prohibitionists have
piled up against this contention irre-
futably showing that it costs more
than it comes to, is so formidable as
scarcely to need comment.
The man who is addicted to drink-
ing liquor, when he quits it. see th'
immediate transformation that takes
place not only as to himself but as to
his whole family, and compared to
which what is this little license tax?
The thing does not admit of an ar-
Sgument.
3rd. It Would Destroy Prosperity.
Senator Carmack says that through-
out the entire state of Tennessee.
wherever a town has closed its gates
against the saloon, that town has im-
mediately become more prosperous,
and he says that this holds good
whether the town be a big or a little
one.
But we do not have to go to any
other state for the confirmation of
Senator Carmack's story. Tallahas-
see. Live Oak. Gainesville and other
towns in Florida that have had the
courage to take the same step as
those Tennessee towns tell the same


oto:y.
The law governing the universe


says that which destroys cannot
build up. It is a law that cannot be
refuted. It is an adamant against all
logic. We know and *very man knows
that the excessive use of liquor de-
stroys. It paralyzes the brain of the
professional man and unfits him for
the prosecution of his business; it
I aralyzes the limbs of the laboring
rlar and puts him out of employment.
A (city or a nation is prosperous in
proportion to its productive capacity.
They are dependent on the brain and
brawn of its citizens. Paralyze them
and you decrease the productive and
earning capacity of that community
and its prosperity is destroyed.
Take a home where the inmates are
sr.ber, brain and brawn both active.
and another where the inmates are
stupefied with, drink and are incapac-
itated for labor, either mental or phy-
sical, and the two homes, if followed
to all homes in the community, tell
the logical conclusion and effectually
answers this last argument.
for one Time let us by our votes
please our mothers, wives and daugh-
tery. and if it brings woe, desolation


and poverty, we can again restore the
saloon.
But who believes that it will do
these things!

GAITER GLEANINGS

Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
We have bad several nice showers
during the past week. and the farm-
ers are preparing their lands for!
planting. They expect good crops this
year. as they have good seasons to
start with.
Messrs. G. H. Dorr and D. L. Mor-
rison returned Sunday evening from
the Griner Farm meeting. They rc-
port a fine time.
Mr. W. L. Jordan has returned from
Georgia with his bride. Everyone
joins in wishing them a long and pros-
perous wedded life.
Mrs. Ross of Holder was in our burg
last Sunday.
Well, boys, I guess you will have
to "knock off." It seems impossible
for you to catch up with the girls. Ha'
Ha! It is hard, but It is fair.
MAUD S.

OCALA GOING "DRY"

The temperance leaders-the gen-
tlemen conducting the present cam-
paign-have carefully gone over th!,
registration list for this precinct name
by name. they have made a most con-
servative estimate, giving the "wets"
the benefit of all names in doubt, and
announce posiiivoly that Ocala will
vote "'dry" unhls persons who are
wearing the white ribbon go back on i
their colors and voluntary statement-.
If this he the true situation and ih e';
county should voti "wet' and t ;(ala
"'dry" the saloons would be 'ompledld
to seek some of the wet precincts for
the purpose of kelping on in business. I

Mr. G. W. Benjamin has gone to
Fort McCoy, Fla.. where he is to con-
struct one of the largest steam tur-1
pentine plants in the state for the
Fort McCoy Turpentine Company of
that place. Mr. Benjamin has given
this new process a great deal of time
and study and thoroughly understands
both the construction and operation.
and when this plant is completed it
will be one of the finest in the south.
-Jacksonville Metropolis.

Mrs. D. G. Edwards left yesterday
for Micanopy. where she will spend a
few days with her mother, Mrs. J. A.
Edwards, who has been ill for some
time. Mrs. Edwards expects to bring
the patient to her home in Gainesville,
where she will have perfect care.
Friends of the patient will be glad to
learn that she is improving, after
this very serious illless.-Gainesville
sun.


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Ocala, Florida


RYE WHISKEY


Star Rye ......
Red Rock Rye...
Keystone... ...
Belle Isle ......
Log Cabin......
Keating's Pride..
Monogram ......
Uncle Jo-. .. ...
Pilgrimage... ...
Fern Hill...... .
Strnau, 7'4... ...


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STRAUSS I X L


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North ('arolina ('Corn.
Statosvillo ('orn......
Mountain Corn..... .
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Poach Brandy . ... ... ..... 2.n,,
('alifornia Co, nac.. ... ....... .2,
WINE


Catawba Wine......n
Port W ine. .. ... .
Blackberry Wine .....
Sherry Wine ... .....
Imported Port Wine ....
Imported Sherry Wine.


. .. .. 1 5:0
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... ... 1 ".5
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piid. 4 fu'l (tquarts of
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King of Kentucky. .....
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Strauss Royal Rt-s-rv,.
Old Maryland Ryv.
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iIV"TTAL OF THE OCIALISTS

W- Haywood was found mot guil-
ty eat July at Boise, faith in the pros-
ctimoo's case against Pettibone and
SMoyer dwindled. Now Pettibone in
has been acquitted. After two
verdicts It was useless to try
Moyer. The case against him has
been dropped.
Thus ends one of the most sensa-
tomal cases in the criminal annals of
this country. The officials of th,-
SWestern Federation of Mine.rs hayv
been legally cleared of complicity :n
thie murder of ex-Gov. Steuenberg. (f
the poor wretch Orchard's guilt th(,rt,
Seems to be no dou11T. Hi-s T." i.v
was not erditftd in full ID % -ithl. "'
Haywood or Pt.,iho:>.- jury. a!:. ;:.
^ h^ was lp .vchologIcal'. \,,.:c\. i !
;rof. H gugo Ml'I.nst-r ", r.:. <,;4
yard. as a v#raciou- an r'-p. :,: -
sassin. Ii#'.n thre Pion *'\ 9
Binst him ,han h:- ,,'%vn ,(', --i .
s a hiri n.ur ii-: TV

r oril it^ of 1 ; .' a ; .; ** r <
k l tion i< ,'il;i 1" .. ; "*
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Bi.uti d . -. . -, 't.h ; :
socialist- *.. a "
w ere shr:.., ;:: i :;i v. .. ,
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termed th in:, ,. "'.., : I:, .., .
of the \\ N. \ ::'. \',.

THAT WHITE FLY REMEDY

Geor .--s M ;tr 9. ,, : ,;-. ,9
thai (t old 1D .-, i -i.i, *.,. .G
w as a s, '* .:i -. ,'. ".i
'cts of ( a!l I-
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brou-t ". ,' ,..
eoncll:; : a: ; t .. '. ',
is talking :, >',,.
We hav, on X2.i2, .x;
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growers lo Xit! :A,1:'. 7" .
and lhav.s l." w ', ', -: :
were g'.v.n r*'I ".: :i2 :i !,'
en two spravml-.
The sani,1,- :- ". .
tree, wvhi m (e n ta l i '; :';,,''.- .. ',, : .,.
w ill l> ,. ; . .
pra,
The fruit n ,: .;,"i, ii..,- \.,
had been dipped in a lt u L: ],''...
ink; thai with on, -i.r.iy i- > :
brighT. an LB fine of l,'xiur.' a "i' ,-<- 9
arBelvet. wiih n;. ,,

Gold Dust wva.- i:n Tir ( :'. 2,;i.
the Indopondet'n ;h&' h. pi:V,:
given (;old I is" l9v M:" \.!,:'!''- ,"
the Indh fai.'n: a '..\ ; r:5 ",,
t airbanks p,-oplle Than all i.- a-
Wrtlsing appropriation, amountin, TO
$100,000 spent in exploiting Gold l)usT
the past year. In consequenc,, w, ,,x-
pect the Fairbanks people TO 1,nia T,
to Mr. Meares a holl<,. and L)' ; | couple of automonles.-S: l9'I',rs-


burg Independent.

*FLORIDA'S FISH INDUSTRY

During the las: \v.', ;, tot <,! ., ,
year. front, IP 'ei( ';' ;.:,.
were four l.mundr, I, ',i -i.,,lilt -,'
rels of fish shilp <,' \ <,x' ,-'
'Pm Fort Pierce t :i, viri,'.s ,*
kets. More Than hal: of ;., v..
Spanish mackerel. cauhl' it; }U :
and line jus- owT-',!,, t,,- iil. "
though 1hp. r : '\
fish. In ad.'. in ;. : -.; i "'. 1
Also b1 e' 11 or, t,:1!. <,> i i, ;un '
crates of .'etatLs <,v,,,\ ,i;.y. <'- v., ',
as a good s;ipl>y of ini:p "
ages. zral)'friT:. ,T.. Thr' i-
something doin l.'r, ;, .,i,
and while tis w.u-, a liT'.- ;,o, .' "
average on is.h i, -. n' up T- t ](
standard on olier 9ro the season for v,,mz nb1,Q I., "..
on in earns-'. ano! il., fr.i:, L, .,'
ly by frei-h' --t:'"" P, ',' N.-v,

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LEADERS IN THE

Among all Florida's i
growing manufacturing
ments none stand hbig
thoroughly deserve, fro;
of fair dealing and hoi
the success which has
efforts, than the firm
write, the largest in tb"
world.
Thoroughly irdentifid
val store< industry.
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stills and everything for
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CAtiLA ICE & PACKING COMPANY


MEFFERT


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OCALA, FLORIDA


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Gr Cuns, artridges and Shotgun Shells

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We solicit your


g establish- the state publishing as much fine poe-
her or more try each week as does the Ocala Ban-
m long years ner.
norable work. Eustis Presbyterian Endeavorers
attended their ihad a social and a fine time one
of which we stormy night in December.
ir line in the We are anticipating the delightful!
probability of having General Secre-I
with the na- tary Shaw at our annual state conven-
the McMilla, tion if we will meeoot April 1-:'. the only'
of turlpen'in, days he can be with us. He will make
,he, colllpleso a Iour of i(:*- soulthe'rn states, and
Till- oper,..'or. (coni. T!O our CoInx.iiu1on Irrom Pensa-
s tbA.T is l' cola. whre, the. Endeavorors prefer'
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WCKRDINQSWO1F COUNTY COM-
MMWONERS


Ocala Fla., Jan. 7, 1908.

1%he board of county commissioners

vatpursuant to adjournment. Pres-

qst and presiding: Hon. Jno. L. Ed-

wards, chairman; S. RL. Pyles, N. A.
Fort, J. M. Mathews, G. W. Turner.
The minutes of the last m',etng
were read and approved.
The matter of a road through Z. C.
Chambliss' property. and giving pt r-
sons on the north side- a --ay f! rouzli
to tktc public roadl. having toievn rt f *rr-
ed to Mr. Mathew'as .,*t, DL1,-cefih- r
meeting oil the board. Mr. iMathfewsr,-
ported that xar W. ni prs ~ i i
way around Mr. CLain 1.)! 1.--' '\:r
Chamibliss l'*Ailz ml (.f ?o~vl. Mr.


port. 31 Nvn rj 1hZ and. 1 tfl&2 fl~atl' i _
P ciStpO flt"] llfti! T116- ilX i. L
ing of' The hoard.
T 7he matkitvr of fr v 4 i t S
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f n i n. j':!4 ha4-4 fro 'n : K,- .d


I'; '-, :rotion it wa \va v-rl-,'r.d :] .; \V.
W .. t t be allo ,' :o 10 dr ( ,td : :.,.'
souil;. 1 :` of soouthv,. ,-t quarter of l !
49. :":' "-evll's a jtAi' n li Io Ocahi,. iit!.-
OUT 5^^ ,r,,st.

TI'. '. ard having advortie41l for
bd '. f,"- the leasign of convi(ts to 1)w
eptnid at this nmectimi of the hoard.
the fol'owing bid was matel:
S. A. Rawls & Co.-$2s.5 per cap-
it;: pi-- :'ionth for all prisoners, taking
mer. vinen and childr,-n. just as thy


comIe frnm the court.
ferre! ":-.til Thursday


The board thereupon revised the
list of the jurors for the year 1908, as
follows:

Names of Jurors Selected at a Meet-
ing of the Board of County Com-
missioners Held Jan. 8, 1908,


to Serve as Jurors for the
Year 1908

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G, A.: Mixson, W. J.;


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.'nrnb. F. J.; Niblack. S. N.
Precinct No. 25-Candler
('authlcn. J. H. (.'aldwl.!, W. R.;
MaLthI-,v. J. If.: Hight.>ver. J. 0.;
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!from date of conviction for all pris-
oners hereinafter falling to the said
second party under the terms of this

agreement, and upon the date of such
quarterly settlements the said second
party, in addition to making said q;ar-
tc-ry payn.in* i:in advance shall pay
th .a ai'i '.: part: a h1- samne per
c,-p Ta rat.. ; Inlti:,th all -;aI in:I i'i'

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voided for. Rcipts 487 11
Soliciting a visit to the farm by the, ecipts ..................533
whole board that they may more fully .,ta a..... ...........5 $

comniprehend the situation. .alr..': ,.............. ... .. 21 2?
Find hereto attached the financial! F--- Fcrfe-tur Fund 2
Flne andi Fcrfeitur. Fund
report for Dcember. and also a s.im-,. .33 :,, ;
.f 'y tatt.fm ..-nt of item s of exp! n .... . ........... 1
fr "',7. ,ogpther with a lis-t of the .. .. . $.:.,
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A BARGAIN FOR YOU


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grapos, ppar.q. plunis. etc. On ly so
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