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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: November 13, 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: UF00048734:00508
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VOLUME 44, NUMBER 20. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVE'4BER, 3, i.1908.

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r'ooliis- has Gone lar ; ",iiwinow andl a i
big door. which nmako-: I'hem both con-
%tenionr anl comnfortalilf-.
The seccond1 andt rhird i:'a.i-s. taught
lIy Miss Fannie Clark and Miss Mar-
zar t Taylor, occupy Tlie two larg|
rooms up stairs in rho tIildinf. All
of the rooms are li.,hr.l from the
lack and sidles, and l thorr are no
cross liWhts to ,li-.ulnb ,if.r rtachers
or pupils.
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hall "s 1oth Iiup al nd down stairs.., and
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attention to the bank's business.


THE MUNROE AND CHAMBLISS BANK


T. T. MUNROE. President A. E. GERIG. Cihicw
Z. C. CHAMBLISS. Vce President


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I simmnir in this city. andl lirttl iu-
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" 'nd h"r d1. ath i-s a terrible gari+,f to
h-r parn-nt, and other relariv-s.
Mrs. .1. H. Livingston of this city
was at Swansea whon hor little .rand-
child ,did. having bhs.n called there
se,xeral days pre,,ious. The little girl
had gotrt'n better, though. andi the
mother was making preparations to
coime #o )<(al;' a < soon as she was
w,'-I eii nmh.
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:ft t'r('f'11 a' .'h' ho -!.'(i-fln church Cteme-
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how i-,' f 1'he Li,. in .--tons.

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MCIVER & MIACKAYS

Obur flew itock of IFallI oosis now here. andl wt- IlvitetI th
public Ito calI an-! in ;P,-4,t :i. There i.:i% -t1 Ii teIne iitI4 &., Ii i la
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RUGS!
Woiton Samless Art Squares-All in
t'e atest designs, all sizes. $40 to
S60
Anm,.niser A-t Squares-in many
preyt*m degns. $20 to $35.
Woe F r-e and Fibre Art Squares-
On $'?
tIpe, a, S".yrna Art Squares-$22 to
$A: W, are Oca!a agents for
these gcds,


Chuma ',nncr Sets, $10
Sct-. $4 t00 to $25.00.
Dinner Sets in


RUGS!
Jute Art Squares-9x12. only $10.
Cotton and Wool Art Squares-3- tc
$20.
Ten Wire Tapestry Brussels A--
Squ7,-eF--?.e to $25.
All Wo: G anite Bruss_:c Art
Squaies-$E tc $14.
Japanese M.ttng Art Squares-?:.
Smal!' Rjgs tc match all cf th3 .-,:4ve
at reasonao!e prices.


.00 to Sl25.00'. T ,n Pic-,e Toilet
Bi, line of China and Porcc1r.nn
all of the Latest Patterns.


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Ocala House


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OCALA. FLORIDA


'I'OO!)So


MR. ROCKEFELLER'S SPL


TRIBUTE TO MR.


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", are better than ever preI anrcd tI (u.ni.-h
Ppeo)le ofthis part of Florida Iveitlf Ii.Lt.
.J .wcI irv ,; All Kinds,. Our line (, Sti
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REPAIR DEPARTMENT


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notice. None but experts handle ycur work :htn it
is left with us. Give us a trial ii we are not alictady
serving you.


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FLAGLER AN
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back of a largo ma- ::-NNOUNCEMENT
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-n!I plf , ine I take pleasure in announcing that I have coi
n!i:. -aik. '.. :i menced business for myself in Ocala at the corner

:iri. I!n.. Main street and Ocklawaha aveDue. As our busin,
.Joi111n. i (. ,;,, L transactions during the last three years while I v

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t t,,,,,, :;. uWine Rooms have undoubtedly been of the most c
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;- "4 4*. : his will ,ontin:L at ,ll tines in the future. M y
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NV 1.' ., well known to ycu. They wi:l tireat you at al' I!t;
. .. ;: with the utieo-t crdialit- and civiiiy
.. N--.. I have i Anhcu cr-But-ch Beer I-n d.aught:,
Sthe Anlul.cucr-Jhu-ch Blue Lalbel. Iudwei.-:.:, I
Brothers, B1t,.c libbon and Schlitz Bottle Bc:r,-.
F 1 -1 1 1 "i you foi'r your p)latron,,ge in the )a-:
.! well a- a Ip rtion of same in the future, I an.:

Yours Very Truly.


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VOLUME 44,


UN MBER 20o.


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COMELY MATRONS PRAISE PERUNA

KENTUCKY -_ The only valuable testimony which any household remedy
l ": .can have is the testimony of those who have used it It
OREG.ON ....:..::. is wcrse than useless to discuss Peruna from a theo-
~--- /-/: ^X4 : 'retical standpoint. It is what Peruna will do, not
nu.n// :::>:: ^ ^ V what people say about it, that constitutes evi.
OH1, 2 // ja^^^;.i: \ dence. The housewives of the United States
,.:. ^ ^^ know what Peruna will do. They have
i .^~ .,' U:]i ^'^^". e^" "tried it. They have realized its benefit
-I-- i! |; H|'^! in the family. They are the ones that
S^ ^ are competent to speak of it.

ANNA : ing of it whatever.

Peruna Their family Medicbs.
Mrs. Anna C. Hyde, 712 E. Yamhill
street, Portland, Oregon, Vice President
---:Literary and Educational Organization
0f New Hampshire, writes:
"I am pleased to endorse Perunaa.an
all-round g(w)d family medicine, and
one that is safe to give children. I give
it to mine at the least suggestion of a
cold, and take it myself to build up my
......- "strength and nerves.
............. "My sister, who is living with me,
uses Peruna. too, and she is loud in ito
.. ..praises.
"Your medicine is certainly worthy
WE of praise."


(MRS.HATTIE HAMILTON. IMRS.ANTMONYRAUCI)

The Testimony of Thesc Three Housewives Demonstrates Beyond All Cavil
That Peruna is a Safe and Useful Remedy.


Gained Flesh on Peruna.
Mrs. Hattie Hamilton, I. F. D. No. 2,
Sparta, Ky., writes:
"I have taken two bottles of Peruna
and ceommeneed on the third one. I did
cnot really n,-ed thethirdone, lout thought
i.t )est to tackle another bo)t tie.
"I have always wci-lh(.d 102 pounds,
itnt since 1 th"_:an takin,:a leruna I wei Th
120,ttr th firs'st time in all my life',,anl I
am mi<\'v tliirtyv-thr',- -,var.s (oll. YEour
nri'I.i'inl' l;as surt'!v (II *IC nlr a .a'rc'at
deal otf ,,)l ., Ind J have< ( r,.t,,mi:n'n.1 'd
It to s.'-veral others' who },i'-. ~-:unu
takinL, it.
\ "My mother, wi) i7- 1',v nly---ix years 1
Sold, had rrown-, w('ak sho ( could
6',arcely walk. She took two b)Ittll' of
1Perunaand is tles-lh ir and looking well."


Internal Catarrh.


Mrs. M. F. Jones, of Burnin.g Springs,
Ky., writes:
"No family should ever lie without
Peruna, for it is an unfailing cure for
colds, and it is an excellent remedy to
prevent and relieve croup.
"And to speak from a standpoint of
experience, I can candidly say that it is
the remedy for internal catarrh. I shall
not hesitate to recommend it, especially
to all suffering women.
"Peruna has gained full confidence
and a permanent stay in our home."


THE DANIEL BOONE SOCIETY'S


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Constipation, Torpid Liver.
Mrs. Anthony Rauch, :ik; N. Walnut
street, lbucyrus. ()., write(-:
"I was suifferin- from ol stinate con-
stipatin and 1 ,,rl)id liver, when I took
yv)ur advice and pl urehased six bottles of
Pel'ritna and Manalin. WVh,,n I had taken
,nlvy (ne ho)tte I felIt Ifuhtt(l e:,.tter, andlll
sinee I have t:iakn twoE mo, rte iotles I
if(-'l entire ly w ili Ut i \\ ill ,',,ntintie
takiLn_" thei' Ifor li('ll 1 sh i nilme to
;Iakl," -tirt' f i mv 'ur,,.
'1 1hin .. M :tn:;i'l ini ,n, of ,,e fine( t
r,'In li.-: f(': ,'. .' i,'ii o : thiat I ever
tried. I ''il! ll nEver k '. w itliPio t it. It
lhas can((i' f), .' ) ,trE '1 1 (Pan (do a
da-'s w, n)rk t' td 1n'- Is .,''. I am1 so,
-lad I (do) nt '-et t::, -i,./y spells any
Inure. I haven't had)n ,' onill'-Ie I took
youlr Iit(diciirL...
"I ('annt tt1hank vo you -no!:h for what
y()ur medi,'ilne hta- don't f,,r mne. All
sick people shoi'd iive it a fair trial."
Kidnes and Bladder.
Mrs.(ius. H, ('arl(in, Box 2)l, Orton-
ville, Minn., 'writu-:
"I had catarrhi of lthe kidneys and
bladder. I have taken Peruna until
now, and I (do uot think I need to take it
any longer.
"I feel well, and my tongue is clear,
and I have no hitter taste in my mouth.
I am very thankful for Peruna."


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AN IND)IAN.


DZATH OF A LITTLE GIRL


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Backache, fleadaclhe.
Mrs. Tressie Nelson, 6 N. Fifth Ave.,
Nashville, Tenn., writes:
"As Peruna has done me a world of
good, I feel in duty bound to tell of it, In
hopes that it may meet the ey. of some
woman who has suffered as I did.
"For five years I really did not know
what a perfectly well day was, ant if I
(lid not have headai'he, I had barkahe
(or a pain somewhh re and really life wa
,not worth the effort I madt.- to keep
going.
"A good friend advised m, t,, u-oi
Perutna antl I was -_' lad to to y a"Iy i tl-6:
Sand I am v.ry p!,';.',d to' s.iy t1 it -,x
i4,ttleg Il {,'" ;i nf' \ w -;!.;in 4 f i",* :tit| [
i;:av\' n.)in(r,.taii a:i ', f '.- n r ht
Sazain."
Catarrh of BoweIs.
' .M r-. :I I~..aIi' ol i i.' 1 North .-tr *.t,
Sl.ittle e:)(k. Ark.. \\ rI il :
i "I w:as troiluhled f,)r five y,,ar- with a
chronic d(isasc. I tr,.d ,ev r thiti n I
heard of. but l,)til' :'.- diil! m, a;lly L'4Nl.
Some do(to(rs said ,IIv trIouY', wa.. 'a-
tarrh of tihe bow (.!-. alnd son *aid 4'oon-
sumption of the bowels. (Oni. (,ditor
said he could cure me. 1 took hi., mdi-
cine two months, but it did me nt) >gomL
"A friend of mine advised inme t try
Pernna and I did so. After I had taken
two bottles I found it was helping mo,
so I continued its use, and it has cured
me sound and well.
"I can recommend Peruna to anyone,
and if anyone wants to know what
Peruna did for me if they will write be
me I will answer promptly."


CARD OF THANKS


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THE OCALA BANNER


WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN
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- When this paper pleaiedt against
Sthe renomination of Mr. Bryan for the

Presidency it distinctly statld that it
|H^did sno not b-ecau(t.-? it ',oved him less
I but iht-,leilocracvyn' l'e.
,(No nllewspapor in the I'ni!eil States
had a greai'r aditnliralin for hiim. I1


early rc')lnii~zCII his..

ers ~ ~ ~ )aa ''4. S


Tour flag and my flag. and how i;. iie.
today;
In your land and y lan i ian-1 half -h,-
world away.
ROt red and bl,,d red it. s tries f-'--
ever gleam;
*Snow whitt. anid scul m\hitt. the g *,,i
forefathers' dream;
Sky blue and true blue. with stars that
gleam aright,
Thie glTri,. guidin of the day. a .-h*-
ter through the night

You.. f.iz anml 'iy flag, ainJd *h. l'v.
muct.h it i.-'
Tour l;i'-,. :-i: : !!, I mt' ,.--cur. \x i 'h i
Its f'lds."

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FRANK HARRIS. Editor.
P. V. Leavengcod. Business Manae.


FRIDAY. NO\'EW7ER 13. 190S

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%Ii41. of 40 i-th' ih'Ws144 ,-1Pet'.-
Mr. Roos. 4elit will succeed
Elioi of Harvard.


S44yi 111
Presi l'it III


John T'mniple (Graves made a dat
ladylike, <.anipaian in Georgia-lbut
did no: get any vote thereby.


The recent election solidified the
democratic party. and we believe wip-
ed out the last vestige of sectionalism.


The republican majority in con-
Cie" is largely reduced, but Cannon
will continue the whole show.


Hi~.enii think s the independence
party will get there in 1912. Watsoi
is yet to 1w hear] i frni.


tT;>; i "4's .usual. i
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have nominated.. And thus the story
runs-in every great debatable state
a 1,,mocracy strong than Mr. Bryan
<.n, handlicapped)% by Il?-yan's recor..
In New York Mr. Bryan"s defeat
was so overwhl.'li;t,.g that there i, no
pia,'alle, exceptt his !prev''i)uis defeat in i
l* i .. Badly as lie wa... beaten ]lere
in h '. he was wvor.e beaten Ties-
day. whlien he lost (Grecot'r New Yorlk.
polling 2-1.4,11, ftw.r tvllt s hli'ri than
he diil ,i-h v1years a-o. Evin Pari,
manael ) o carry New York City. and
Parkl'r vas worse I'eaten tl han (Gr','e-'
Ily. Bry:!n int l1l'n was.1 wol's"' h'al: i'

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iivy of mniore than onet hundred tholuis-
and. yel tbIhi- remarkal)ll nian still
holds his mniarvlous power. I is plih-
nomenal.
Had he. invs!ead of Bryan. e-'nI the,
nominee of the democratic party, its
forces. would hase' gon, to baltle with
the hope of victory. andt a. the cam-
paign progressed would have become
more and more int'nsifi,'d andt 'ital-
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1!a' M1r. Brl' ;iT >w. ,'s his t,,f',at. lh>r"
thi \. ii1 a lais4' lias.ll'"<. contri0ol the
1il)41' 4-oi. 4' of tie coE luntryy.
A.oi1(illg thait smaller circle of \oi-
ers- he co!le.ge residentss. the
l)reachers. thle editors, the lawyer.
the scholars. th+ dreamers. Ift' you
fl.easeo, those thinkers who make thlie
t ie(oriets andl problems of government 4
at stuly. Mr. Bryan inspired the lari'-
'st measure of confidence.
I'nfortunately these men are not in
a majority and their voices cannot he
heard above, the clatter of machinery
ano those who reduce politics to a
nl,;', )liii5 lnl'ss proposiion.
i' fortiinlia 'l, y, t i, is s othiii,, i<' ,
in! ou~r his'ory.,

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for nothiin m ('o1il1 surpass, :tz. nothing,
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vass of Mr. Bryan: its won0drous Ili-
cility and i Owi,'r of statelment: its
splendid itjt lliiuna! and l physical on-'
-Ili rance.: its unanswer'abhle argument.
Nor did I Ignatinls of I-oyola sweep
through a world of incarnate evil
biaringi lie cross of .Jesus to Triumphi
with (..rratir for(,(, of inspiration and1
Iiirh than did !the I'i ic son of Ne-
1braska Iravers(,- I a lnI-. I4 aI jifll withi
curiosity., lut too ( iIsy over is v'orik
anI plal, il ;o c('( 1Is ,it'" ;i 1 y lii t'r to the

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bis: (Q!i:1F:7 ,'tl'. 11f) wtaknes.s in hi: h
'ollpositi)on. ITnsliu e,'si fl as the rep-
ros.'onti\ ve of his -)part, he has forc-
4! ulponl thiet country and! the opposi-
tion the adoption of the leading prin-
ciples anit policies wh-ich twelve years
ago mnarkoe him as different from oth-
er tnm'n and other ipoliticians.-Tamnipa
Ti imes.


Til- largest amount of fish received
in one d ay livingg the past year by
alY o0110 of thl' local fishing concerns
was rciv'('ih hy thei' Saun,','rs Fish
(Conlany4 M ondaV (0la.% nitlI1iim'.. Four
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JAPANESE SUGAR CANE


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jala vut 'rIaytwoatt ractiv'e arie-
jsof ITapano;4e snug-ar cano. h
s~al's we:e seven or ebight feet lOnz'-
il 0n111-1 'Of the huinchtls thete %N:''~
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Condition- S!ep Ba" 'y Bro.n.



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CALA


X E R ,Section Two,
j3~~ j,~JjjPages 9 to 16


TI:. NEW'SPAI'ER--"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP tOL: BL',Y LIFE: ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST


VOLUME 44, N


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L M.BIR 20.


OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER. iq.


WAN I)OT wATJ"SA LARA &EAR, >.- -a S -


Local and Personal

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TNE rLORIDA WOMAN'S CHRJ'S-
TIAN TEMPERANCE UNION



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THE


BOSTO


Mrs. M. Handelsman of the Boston


Store


the big sale that starts at the Boston Store on


SATURDAY,


NEXT TO THE KNIGHT-MARTIN HARDWARE CO. STORE.


The Boston Store has long been known for giving bigger values and better bar-
gains than any other store in Ocala.


Don't be mislead by others.


customer has come and come for the past 10 years. We merit your patronage at this
sale, and want you to come and buy. Mrs. Handelsman has brought thousands of dol-
lars worth of New Merchandise with her from the Northern Markets, and you will find
what you want at the right price.
58 per cent. on the dollar is the sl-gan of this sale, and everything will be sold at


58 per cent. on the dollar.


the skeptical that we are selling goods at 58 per cent. on the dollar as advertised.


REMEMBER SALE STARTS


SATURDAY,


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rF,'R CARLOADS. CONSISTING
44r ,. CASES OF DRY GOODS.
,' Ti%G SHOES. HATS AND
i P THINGSGS. ALL SAVED FROM
-' RECE%T WRECK. TO BE
SD % OCALA. SALE STARTS
kA"LRDAly. NOVEMBER 14TH. AT
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BOSTO


STORE


NEXT TO KNIGHT & MARTIN IN ANDERSON BUILDING


OCALA,


FLORIDA


W C. T. U. DELEGATES


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wYs-mwmm,,


STORE

is here to look after


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NOVEMBER


14.


We have run this store in the past so that every


Your knowledge of ihe value of Merchandise will prove to


NOVEMBER


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Speial Co. mali mnnr

dick .r.' 4aboutthrogh at her~ PSingh'






their eropti.. andquidti a number art,
por.;oriiig to plant large eabba.-*

Th#'re Ail] Iw a Iarxer acreage of'
calih g sI ;.a. ; i e-di '. 1ha!ic14)r nmany *a
pas! v L' to Olt-I jsre' "hortatizo

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GAITERVILLE

S,,''Ciai w- Ocala llaln.-r
F\.r'.leodIy is f.-.lin fr i, o v, r Ih,-
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M ;" Kttil rl Rrf k> \",i~ie,,i Ilii, throllli-
li.';.ir In\erie.s lasi week
Mi (r;ilbei" ha.. re'co xer-d fromln his
re.n-nt seill of shickn.. \Wo are glad
1) wl,''ome himl back.
Mrs Holloway was the guest of
Mrs. 1, W. ilrom)k- Monday
The i box supper at the church was
a success. A neat liTtle suni wa. r;'-
aliz,.ed JAYBEE.


ACTIVITY AT LOS KISS


QS14'c~iAI( 'or Ocala Illitnt'!'
S.donl.who-r'I'. s~iwntl1"'.'block a news-
1,44' wats yo4'lhn2 ''Tim#.'-I'Union '- ill a
lingo 1al1l ho ",, k. 1 Th'o boy f0)1 w1h
''''' anlfd ('1 -'1 il 'h .I'c
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Sold Everywhere at $l.


2 Pieces



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White, Blue, Tc~n.


BEGINNING -



SATURDAY, NOV:MBERI THE 14TH



OND LISTING FOR ONE WEK


Me


FISHEL


pililt pav, Im nt likeI, hail oI a tilln r ')f.
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"T'ne iray color.,d 'fl re apIilratus p;)ii
i TwhIith tlI1i lit'l, oIt )i e'.
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NEWS FROM BELLEVIEW

Spel, i.i! ('.r. ()c'il I'.annr
Mr. a" i nd '. R.'-s 0 (41GI"' 'eYv-
vill,. S. (., have ar'rived'I a ( .)nd Vl
1nto It h Stallllis cotltag., lext door o10 i
Mr. ShddIl's. iMr lBurgess is ain ox-
ipert accountant, and collmes to Belle-
viewx 10 rest up. ,after a nuinb'r of
years of arduous duties. Mrs. Bur-
gess. it will be remembered by the
oldler inhaitaiits, visitedl us a unim-
|ier of years ago. stopping with her
sister. Mrs. Shedd.
Mrs. J. T. O'Brien came in from
New York last Sunday from visiting
her sick brother. Mr. O'Brien made
a flying trip to New York. arriving
there Thursday. and leaving there
Friday with. Mrs. O'Brien. coming as
tfar as W\Vashinigton. D. C.. with her.
and while she callme on ilto Beiheview
lie, wen It ) ( 'incilinali. Ohio, to visit
hii.,- broliher'. H te is eXl)ectI t ba'k in
at wtet'k o)r so.
Til, mianli fri,,nlis of Mr..J. 0. Ihi'n-,h
.v,',,r \\ ,,i, 41a,;il i See hi! i il lIt1 w !)
1;-.' Sai fe (ca'lime to at el, d
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(plliii''>. a'otlilop uc Nover S.l iiIx,'l;'
i~i~hi and returning S ,unda\ aflei(noon
o e,,ater IlandM. Mr. Johil T.
it ,' a(co p~anied, .Mr. |ig iow,, r
t o t e;(ili e~ r I l.. 1 n di~ wd > ', r <' li e' g o '.' io


1.4)a"i bLiiildig olop"ra'i,'lIs ol M Ir. e
loer,-'".. 11'' hollse,'0 ol which af tIe'lo
p)liin will1w liHs comfortablea a
t li 1 e a" w ill bie lihilit ill I ilis
I i44 .
!Mr. i .\. Norlon o)f liisloli.
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Spe('ial ('Cr. ()cal; ricanuin"
.A t el in Outlar ll, ntii of t wa slIm -i m
hidli Thlbrsidy a fi.s rooBl at Tc"'
(whinr hl at W 't'd ,Mlrs..V- IP'. .lo ,.-..
S)r,',.Midleni Pa. pt'.-'iliM.l c.
Thle Me.ting was opnt'ieM d with pn',y-
,'r aji.nI s,('I'rii)turi e riead1ing iy R4 \. ..i\w.
rence .lones.
The subject for (Iis('i.ssio)n. "S;'o-
hath Oiservance-Are the lIawsx \'iV;-
latedI in Our Community:?" was ''l)i"
I)resented by Miss Lottie [lack, who
was followed I by Mr-,s. V. P. Kelsoy.
Mrs. Simp.sond Mrs. rI)ham. .\iss
Snook. Miss Pearl Kelsey. Mrs. Buck-
ley. Mrs. Cameron. Mrs. Rast and14
Rex. Jones.
Thi1 accession ot twVo) 1,ew membllt )'e'rs.
Mrs. 1'. M. Oleson alndt Mrs. E. Newx'-
tonl. entitled the soc('it o 1) t In addli-
I )ional dl,'ae;it' to lh( ,le stlit conVoilnlion
inll Ocala Ihis xwe','k. antid N r-. V. 1P.
Ki ise'yx', v~as ec'Ieue, a dte'le'giate'.
R .MRS. t,:. 1'l'1t.\ .



A SPLENDID COMPLIMENT

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To' i'e Oc'ala aItlinri '
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ITEMS


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lif,'. No. sir. our 'irls don't wa4Itll1-.
tlh*.. ^lif.. Strciaw 'rry. nvt'r! Thiey
;ire jll.' Sol.hoijpv "irls-rthe sw\t't-
st. tl,'a,'rst. mosl lovhal)lo hubleat)le.
ki >a lhi' h)lncht'. of feniininityv in
Flo)riIla. or any 0othr T)lac,. for that
niatior. Tht ve(ry suV S 'st ion 0 of
"Wt4't-'' o"' "'sr rawberry" made
thleni toss saucy headls in inclination:
thoy armeI tilemnis(elves with a hat!in
aliI woni aftlfr tho Trillin1 man's
scall). Bur they ,decilel to forgive
him when they considered that he, had
deiomonstratel to his rea,lors 1hat their
(own was ,lry. and the editor of its
pappr had startld outl with the "high
an'! mighty [ nr'pose" of ,oin his
lw-T to k'"p it dry. This is Sopeholp-
)y's Ii's: l)ap ,'lr. anld it \xv oare t r',:
ill 'The blisill ,4S. \w t intot 'i to ai0ii alin
til,' "',.Lti a"I4 n i\hti p:irpsl(- ". of
},., ,'lir!'r il! kinds of" ,ia.. H'i ei i n :0 o'
o ;it, t ,'.',\::. \\'4 ( i"o i, ;( ''l' ,r i.-.-:- 1
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GIVEN FIVE-YEAR SENTENCE

Metssrs. E'v*t',rI t3Bass a 11;1 l.wii
Parker, on order of the court will he
f!t v !n'.-'-s orf tIll< ho. qJ1 a i'f o 1],:, t
fivy, v, ;it., an di w ill 1,I+' ,'Pt4l'T i iaint,, Ii
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MODEST FLORIDA

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;Floniela anti know', It I ,' t,.' a:.
dline the invitation. f ti if !, 4" ;

describe thp fascinate ionr.- h -". ,,
,er State to Mr. Taft 1h .ak' .,,I1..
board of trade may' hoa I h. t' :.n
'guishedl gu;est an, ha',i h i n ip, 'r"n
ity to escort him to The, S;jfnni,. .n'
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NE 9Section Two

Pages 9 to 16


I N-;X"I'ER--"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE- ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST '()N('ERNS."-COWPER.


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()CALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 13, 1908.


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; "DNESDAY S A C T U MEET-
INGS


t. A


1 THE GIRL WE MISS


Beautiful Wedding of Miss Louise Harris

and Mr. W. H. Clark, Jr.


'A1 1~x '11" In id, ()I, Mr. Pact


Tomorrow


Saturday, 14th


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FOLLOW YOUR FRIENDS! BE
THERE AT THE OPENING HOUR'
AT THE STROKE OF EIGHT ON
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 14TH.
AND WITNESS A SIGHT NEVER
TO BE FORGOTTEN AT THE
GREAT RAILROAD WRECK SALE.1
KNIGHT. MARTIN & CO'S. OLD
STAND


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I, tlrac'ivo plv-.4 of lMr-.. M M.
1.1,*y it *TUlis mitorning Th flso iyi~p~
%k 1' t4i't ,Ss te'111v1 iol(in "''Nb tal C('on-
ittle.' is, Minnie R a.u.wh%
di ttii~;atiiti r. is also Mrs LiiT]('-
~.it -.. 1114 will liariiciliale in ibtio'i'.''-,

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;iHlf I tC.c- r uT-.T 1 il i w (f1 ,0111 i s. R A ilrfor. 0h
lbTh' oi),' elio ri'II;C VI-0 1.I herP Mrs. li JIenlIiMlIWoepleS.et n
I 'irrig.'tvholled vlace w as ariLol cill)nk r(Iured cli11ff111,1'n'!1Mr '-Isw ~
i II IIIe di s it (~ 's, 1111In iwhile. Ier id IlzuIpIt our c i -p i() Iw I-( ovr s k

Th-,rt jc 1' i io r oo. i\lvh*-is- .Mrs;. PTodd worta haloelyreen an
.4.1vi i:allo. ~p-,it wasIcy- hroir-lk'l Iwhite gown over yelk low-


'- [ ;Il.4II' hl(, !1fehilith ry sprays and Mris. Ilirforti was heaul if ullv atl-
t:~sc: v, reel the :' lar iiire Iin I \\whit(- Princess g-own, with
.id flrIhi~ig F 'each side lace- trinimings.
"' L:~,* 1 -. ion ferns.- U il top0%) I1 At IThe I pllnc(h table in lhe rear of'
I\-( tal u gas a- h 'ar-w'miall M i-; ,Etlior \Weat hers
!~1'' ~iTL* UI'gt(Js ellowv (hIrys- -n d M'ssValeta TI01 l~r, bot h wearing
11', 114 iut.li tidt1Iwo Silver candle- lo\ wieIy N\5.~reilcI at
\\:i!' whiii t- candlehs. Smaller in the(- dining room A\I rs. S~itndlford
~* ' ~ili :'.of chrysaiviniur mn~ Jeweti. Mrs. Lee Miller and 'lMisses
4. ~ I.-' h-eIt-olill4lIh, Ie rowit. :and the Victoria Raysor and~ Annie *\ikinson
v,. q-\tt'4diglv j ove]v. being sOrveI. These yoiin g ladtlies wo rt- all
* ,. Oi t 'A'it liiv iiws ~catighi 4'Y-ceellingly lirertv inl whii t lingetrie
'' .1 ItWill1 i brnchts of small- dretssos.
OX nv-.aIl lutujins.Th large round li~iiiiiZ 181)14' was
4:11.\ \v,!< s ~ t1 'o r Ii gyh i covf ro w ithIta ('111n1V1Y Iac-t abb.Il cl o '1th
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l(v\,.Iv yfellmw valamiaildcrs 1 and Taco-
na Si 'atis bloo)lls.. alldI the sal'e flow-
*'I's W'ere s'lsei oil thi biffetl .
Ice's and cakes in thO yellow and'
whilite colors wvre(' served. with saltd'i
almonds, mints all(nd coffee.
During the evening Miss Bullock
sa'ng two lovely son;'s. "'Vhen \We'r(''
Together." -and "I .()\(. The." .\lis
Miller pla yill g for h'r. They lit th
looked very aitracive ill pretty w 'hit
dret sses.
The handsome i wedding, p)rese'nlits
rec(''ived by Iihl o 1 yOlli (CIlpil' were'
displayed)v(' in lItOe library. 'nd thy
\w 1('e ve 'ry 'reatiy admired. :11d ill-

!i.'ts.
Tle' wedd111 1 11 141 '1 o 1 1bis It 01'
pie s w\a .s ili, w e 1 i\'n,.;Ii ; 1illl!i','-, .- ..*,, 49 '
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Howard Clar is t' wii i* ,n y w1 1; Mt.0. ; .
K. (irG ,ry. i ,d h1lrii;.' i is resid.i* n Ve ,
in ()(ii l ; al1iel : ll ', h i. 41 ,tf ve-,y )). l-
Xii r.. I 0!tro in I)ii!i"O s ;l,'d -,uit;p .ir-
+.]es. ;:nll h., is 'e,:.;P',!ed, :ts O)T',e )) o' O Tr
lti(si .s;Iil stlfl! ifil yorIIIL })l~ils .";-:.- .ii"i.
mi ('lark is 1,UK ii, d;i"'tli'er W
Editor m llAl" ;v:,| r: } l;-'i'is.< ld sill(n e 1 "r
161"!0 111 110. ..'V S W. TlWr
pI'p, iil;)!' HIlion lite \':)Ul!^ ))"+;It} SlIe )
,v'ir- l'ri r .d ,".- iv b i' '," *in rn .c" 'v `I
lliii,1101. -, 'I id sh e 1 'n lI r ;irvif' djl
1 lit'',, very hliap i'l.\ .
M Mr. and ClarkMr,. ('la k Ieif o l eI.. (e .-
lly moriliini trai) fol r .'! -it d l visit 7 i
.Inc('ksonvill". St .\ Av 'i,.iitn. Tr'oy v l


GREAI


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11cr t'rit-nels ,I miss hei' winni'.'i

A\nd ('Ill 't1'fhlh1i -o


Frankiie. ,loar. we wiish yvon vell
In your l'.ynmi, at Jacksonville;
If you woulI live, a happy life
Love (;odl. aniil dlo His will.

Anl wliii to s hII,, (,call is ,iven.
.\And li if' on (,alrth is o'er.
We'll tn,'r' at~ain. I tirst. in feav'ei,
\Wher, parting is no more.
MRS. R. D. STOKES.

BAND CONCERT TONIGHT

Tltt, following prolramn will lhe ren-
il b'iyl liy thl Metropolitan Baliid this
l"'i;lay) t'-v''niuig. Nov. 1:3th. at S p.
in.. priO)\i l)l,. This concertt is giiven to all thie
ci'iizens hv.o s iiscrilwdsl to th' fmnti
forn" I)Wyin, llif'o 't < ;ni, l ,1'tr'iyin
oili'r 'x\i'i.st's. ,n Itl het blandl! 'tk-'s
this lnif'tho) of t i'X tl'(' s.:it ttliir
!hanks tinl ; i ci;i i io :1
Marc-h. "' l ty's "riiim!l "- F.
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W. C. ()'l1art'.
M.arc'h~."'Tlit-. Cris'ius- U. iII aI
I4 ",emu*'I' \1 t 4 "41 1Il., 5019!

Noveletlte,''The Snow Q(ii''.'ti ';li-9


v.'u'~ '. (.1Harris.
A. E. ;ERIGI(. Dir'cbor'.


RAILROAD


WRECK SALE


Starts, Continuing


FOR 20


DAYS


AT KNIGHT. MARTIN


& CO'S. OLD STAND.


ANDERSON BUILDING.


4 CUR LOfIDS Of


Seeasonable


JOHNNIE JUHAN ON THE ROADj Mercha
TO HEALTH AND FRIENDS
Not in years have thie good people
1iben s0 solicito011 of the' recovery of
a sick person as they have of .Tohnnie
.Jlhan. Some days a-o he was strick- To Be DisOO
,'n s lddenly with that dreadlful hem-
orrhagic fever, and tihe first night suft'-
Ifret'dl ',iht hemor'rt:.aes of the kid-
,,tVs. Dr'. .1. D). )ennett. the best spe- At About 1-3
(cialis; in li' 'Owtlith oi this dis as(ls'.
rie i tii'l 94i hi ll) ,Ii day atlt :,ight, at di'h
b-s .0., ~otb.. ha .nedto !!,s bed(-! ^
h1 < :.t' ,)(),t to. it Ii,,'' )t -' ,. I ,l it't )I to h4 bed- C o st o f M a n u
s',d t'roii Oc)i', ;! in) anl .inlom o!)ilo. .\
1it(1 ij(' w\''Is pos.4'',I at1 the stairw I ,
!e ~I ')n hio s rooml TO( dvs of !, i i;

a1111d 51 .n l is ei"(i i 44 1( Il1 is c, lli't 'i t ( ,,-


Dr. P~n e ; s los, !."I'lt 01; Oii. ,4 01, -- ^


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,-o!','4o'>. e^ lis if '"' D". 4 t'rn40 4 a
s]i,ll ; d l' :>'b,) *iy; ;,",+' ;e .i1io n \\'e a
i),,'i )ld io ; 'i'iito: i( ** ',o !I 1 'is i) ;rien st,!P '


"thati .l()bnlie, i-. otit o)I +.ian^,',. .(')'v.-
);)I River (ews..-

MARION COUNTY FAIR OQ p e n i n gy
i'i .i will it(e rece'(ived, inl writing t'or.
('()nc'fssio)ns o)f lpriVile] i o, re'r'e','hmeI s.ql f'r'nit :l l and candies-, co+id ,
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indise


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Actual


facture


To Be


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SPARTY? PRINTER TERIAL
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l | In speculating on the break-up of a late of Nov. 9th, says: Mr. Charles H. Ander.-on, who was An article summing up the work
great political party it may not be un- As a sequel to the recent bitter carried to St. L:ke hospital in Jlak- of the International Roads Congress
interesting t lo bc o th r*s democratic primary for the guberna- sonville last week. dlied at that insti- held in Paris, a contributor to Nature,
interesting tho look back on ther wat toral nomination in Tennessee, Hon. ution Friday night. The decaed the leading English scientific weei-ly,
E history of Twhe country to observe what ardl Wari Carmacl,. former I'nit- was an old-time printer. As tJ his says:
parties have exerted th greatest in- ,~td Staies senator from Tennessee, family, etc.. he -vas very retic'ii. At "On a matter of common intere-tt
"3rence in directing i-' emet was shot anl killed in a street duel one time he did som', reportorial ha is. the suistitution ot tar or
,& \ ^ -ayx- th- Ne'w Orleans t- v-,,m. h erethis afternoo;: bx- Robin Co,,p.-r. work on this paper. He state, thLat ; luminols t Iinling material in liac
,I. ,'.':: 1,i. v. ."r a yOli attor ey. Young Co )l)pr was irl his vo r dayS he ", as .)ll tl'h o,,- o ,rh wah e'r hitherto use.nI to cW -
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('harles H. Eastman of this city, anti I y in ipowetr lay 'iolent me.ins--as is
.,. M. Eastinan of New York were too often the (,ase in Lat .n-Amne,'ican
near-by when the tragetly occurred. countries--this government will a Mr. Eastman's hearing is not good, resume control and administration of
and he declared he knew but little of the island. It is the universal hope
the affair. Mrs. Eastman said: of all the friends of the island repub-
"We were walking down Seventh lic that it will progress peacefully and
avenue in the direction of Church prosperously, to the insurance of
street, and had just passed the en- which all that is necessary is indus-
trance to the Polk flats. Mr. Car- try and order.-Tampa Times.
mack came up the street towards us,
smiling as he recognized me. He was ORANGE CROP LARGER AND BET-
some steps away. and there were very, TER
few people on the street. Mr. East- --
man and I were near the edge of the
sidewalk and Mr. Carmack would The Florida orange crop will ex-
have passed between us and the ceed last year's crop under the most
fence. He raised his hat as we spoke. favorable conditions, perhaps 10 per
He had his right hand up and was cent. If so it would make the total
about to make a remark when some- output about 3.500.00o)t boxes. The
body said-it was the older voice- output of last years' crop up to July
'We've got you. all right.' or some- 1 was 30.030. The crop of both or-
thing to that effect. I can't say Iosi- anges andi grapefruit is much better
tively what the exact words were. It in quality than last year. The crop
never occurred that it was anything of tangerines, however, seems to be
more than a friend speaking. Mr. far short of last year's crop. Our
Carmack raised his eyes. instantly statistics do not ineludie the, tan.-r-
put on his hat and ran his hand back. ine crop for last year or for this antl
when the same voice said, 'You cow-ou r estimate for this year's crop is
aril. you are hiding behind a woman. based on reports from men who have
are you? Senator Carmniack juml)pedi recently traveled in the several coun-
out so as to get clear of me and I ties in search of fruiit.-Florida Or-
jumped into a gateway. I saw that ange Growers' Co.. J. Varn. i)ro-di.ent
Mr. Carmack had a pistol. I turned and manager.
and aside: '"For God's sake don't
snioot.' I saw Mr. Carmack wheel and Editor Collins of the Tallahassee
fall in a heapl) in the glitter." True-Democrat writes in the last issue
Mrs. Eastman said she saw the of his paper as follows:
young man standing over Mr. Car- "The editor of this newspaper has
mack and that he lpunt something into DECIDED FULLY to live a clean,
his own pocket. h .r;--i ;;,e TI<- .... V i : ..-.. ..... ._


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Tall "- llntic- o ello u 'lit oreii r ei ,r .Th r tlw :;, c ;an i. \ :r't a r .,!e--
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h nii ay l,! .I; .l sayst fsiom h to the whigs, a durationi of
that it i '- i:in t .h-a marrd h fo rty-igh year .i ;

.ad dnahoodric.. Th. is Th, democratic party stilasl ot)n)
his1' '". fort marra nd Mis ue to exs 'in stt orgain izat' ''ionsi
iJh'goe t J. B. Christie, originally whollva a frrhrown as a national ltW-
froh Monticello. but more reeety Theo republican parts O arose an,-
from lackstaville is dead. hiit Cllominatenlo the country ever sine.
the mst af not te wost dsay- frws omn 61 to e1969. a duration of
Nat C. Godwin has married his fr-h years.

dit fouthoayrrgM fa whTiis he democratic party still contin-

ricth *tares tsriaeaalon ithis estin ued to exist in state organizations
ted. lotin tB e aistis f inalye erecteand was able for a time to control

Ewao wase riwgoe and ore rcmel0l, the congressional house of represen-
t earnswieldindtat gaes l and twice it elected Grover
to pay a tx in WJAol is ton City. It Cleveland to the presidency. but it
It te moti f not the worst governed was doomedl to suffer the fatine of the
ty in the world federal and whig pvar ties which it had

Viutumn or~smderfr q ip t ofissts overcome and driven out of business
lradii laSly. Erena Gtocrs. 7t is -i- c Teyorally pant sting in
satd. ostin he astfisal earThe two terms of Mr. Cleveland In-
m ort c marst ande2ecte into the national executive
$1Th. ..o0 in gross intid $120,000.000lin
office. when the republicans were
wt ern a oingse wielding al l the actual political pow-

Th ay o la dioum tainth iy c inter. were likey t the two whig adminis-i
Itwrhe rherium then "crt ofll oftthe medhtoisforelocal frte of.tan
autumn o throrde wytra tions that varied the monotony ofh




a- tun ordr fo -qimn ofr vi hesuh.luiatsatoa
railroadrWar i as. 7t m stp- political dome indation by the demo-
d. lrot mn of the country wisaler racs Ti rll tr y amery subotding nt
Iwger cars a nd 22o locomotives. at.eIssues ae change nothigea
constitutional history.


l~k~N Rokeflle. Faglr. he or-raidity Then h republicanpatis ther
Th last four presidential elections It looks as if the democratic party.
have, :hewn sirens, l.eyondwthe elossi- as a political power. has come to an

bliofadoubtthat in this country i t end.It will con tinu ote to ei in astm
lahr rather enj. oy a "crown of of the statemo for local purposes.t an,
ataornt there will always be a o eminnt white
n r I party in the south but as a national
alntroadl Carnegie says thed l0ost ofnpower the indications are that ean-

airn po(or Andrew was born poor. part. Issues are changing witt great
i Rockfller. Flagler. the or- ratity. The republican party is th
iginal Astor. Vanderblt. etc. paren lof alls the greatlicatn pfor-
tunes in the union. and of all the vast
iashoington is the only one of the corlf iorai noonoliiesan trusts- 'an-
Pacflc coast states in which cooking pder its fostering care a moneyaiower
,al i. known to oaeiur. Its coak pro- has been creani a ion l hile t u. andol
diction last year totaled 52,02Son tons. ofctrte offspring m us soiandte
an inrcA dease ovor 116 of C.3086 tons. for itssearsw in a struggle that
.... threatens lboth.
Oine, thing wte want to save amid Realizing. as tretpuAmerican isoptle
thip. c'ra, h of tnlpir* and crush of w,'till, that no constitutional conserva-
alhibo-s. andthat is. credit for the fact rpive oranizationopolle tha tgrandt old
chic u s.< tit eor "told 52ou so."S-- .ao- ,necev sitf constitue ionalg mlus rsante


un. iotiai me 1 iil,1'. II til tj L t'll S't's m
doing wrong, in any way or in any
respect, will they please call him
down? I desiree to be clean and right
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rouniIlly assrte,l that tar was ,i pal-
lita.ive, Ilt that on the whole its *le-
ffeTs w.ere greater than itls advan-
tages. Those who were present at the
congress know that this is an incor-
rect statement: that such damages as
has occurred to trees and vegetation.
or inconvenience to passengers, such
as irritation of the eyes and throat,
which followed on the early applica-
tions of tar to, the French roads dur-
ing the Grand Prix race, was due to
well understood causes, that is to say,
to the use of crude tar and its appli-
cation to a road surface which had
already broken up. both of whi&h.
faults the congress unanimously con-
demnedl.
American Study
It may be here remarked that owing
to the cautiousness and hence the
reticence, of some of the most im-
portant of our road authorities, the
Trule position of England, which now
l)OsspSSes the greatest lengths of
carefully water-proofed roads of any
country in the world, was not put
forward so much as might have been
the case.
Ir was interesting to converse with
American engineers, who, on account
of the importance of road development
in America. are studying this question
very closely, and to hear from then
how much more they could learn by
visiting our English roads than any-
where in France. at ony rate near the
capital.


ALLIGATOR ATTACKED HORSE


Willie Winter., a pupil In one of
tb? public schools in Seattle. Wash.
dropped a marble on tha !lI)or. andl
when the teacher required him t,
empty his pockets a:4 a !punisim::',-', i
was discovered that he had on- f ;,
Hired and sixty-s-vent articl-s 'H\i Hi.
in the recesses of tile .-m'. v.-r.
i- a li- oof the arti(clt-: On' .,*
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The improvement of the waterway-a
of the- nation means increased and
cheapened transportation facilirie.,
for the producer and the consumer.
and there is no question before the
American people more worthy of their
serious thought and consideration
than the proper development and uti!
ization of these natural and economic
channels of trade and transportation.

The occupation of the spell-bint1l-r
has passed. The question now i-
"What are we to do witb him"--Apa
lachicola Times.
It looks, indeed, as if his occl;ia
tion were gone-Bryan. Wartson.
Grave.s. Hearst. anil. coming n-ar'-
home. Bittinger anl Preter SrtAnl-,.v
all lost o0t. Are glowing p.rio[.
and fluent rhetoric to counr no lonz-
er?

Preliminary srtep- havt- ben ti't-i'
in Jaeksonvillt- for the, organizat ion
a choral society. Tlhe city l)oas '
a large number of splendid voice s, -
that the succes-- oZ the society i-' :t-
surel.

Although the American sailors Lhat-
sailedl away. Japanese hospira!irv I-
still finding an easy mark in the v\i
iting American merchants. Beveridio,
andl Hobson will find new evidence in
this of sinister and malevolent hotril
ity.-World.


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There was a conference at TalIa-
A most peculiar misfortune hap- has.see last week to consider the ex-


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THE TENNESSEE TRAGEDY


The whole south dron)s a tear over









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all c~l fm h


79c yd,


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L I..aher
Atwo* fil,,


394


43c




$2.48


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Sale


Study the


DRY GOODS


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\I! ,-t ,'.itg < 'h'ck,1',. (;iin:ha~ll>.
r, '. \a rd >l) > . .. .. ..
(*'!Ji, li:t la',real's. as c colors.
I* 1, ar.l only. .. ......
t,-a\\ lr<,wn Cotton Flannels.
1"C per yard only ........
2,-inch Brown Sheeting. wort
iwr yard only ....... ... ...
YardtWide Bleached Sheeting.
l1- pwr yard only.......
Heavy Fancy Colored Outing Fl
worth l0c.. per yard only. .


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wor' .1

wor h
h 7c.,

worth

lannel.
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6

5
6
31
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6
7


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cts

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cts

cts
cts
cts


SHIRT WRISTS & SKIRTS


Fancy Outing Flannel Waists. worth
7 Oc. only ....... ....... ... ....
H'avy. Madras Waisis. worth 75'..
only ..... ... ...... ..... . -
Ver Fine Nunsv'iling W'aits. rit.-
r-,d with Lace. worth $1 7,.. only.
A. '-.( 'il Silk \'i-.I. made up iT,
!i, or) th $4h il*l. (IIl .. .. ......
x": \'Wide, Panama Skiv'.i ai ('co!-
w-o. worth V 7'11. onl . . ....
Vl \\,oo )Voile Skirt-., trininie mlwith
Silk Hands.. worth V onl .......


37 cts
39 cts
98 cts
$2.48
$1.98
$4.48


LADIES' TRIMMED HATS
o;1z a f.ow mtriini up-to-dat. all l $ $ .98
or. uortih ($ onlf .. ...I...'. $
r-.oticl Patterl Hats. Tirininiod il ilu
I;aT.., sylc. woril ( ** .< l .. ... $ 3'^ 70


MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS
As this is the line we want to dis-
pose of we have simply decided to
allow one-fourth off from the price of
-r#... .,,mans that yOU


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M,,n's Heavy Chanibray Work Shirts.
worth 51c.. only....... .........
Men's Heavy Fleece Lined Under-
wear. worth 60c. a garment, only..
Men's $1.50 Dress Shirts in all styles
and colors, only.. ...........
Men's 65c. Dress Shirts, made with
pockets, all colors, only.........
Men's Genuine Pepperel Jean Draw-
ers. Elastic Seam, only.... .....
Men's Buckskin Gloves and Gaunt-
lets, worth 75c.. only...... ....
Men's All Wool Sweaters, worth
$2.50, only....................

LADIE'S LONG C
Ladies' Long Coats. all colors, made
of heavy Melton, worth $8.00. only.
A large assortment of Long Coats. all
colors, lined with Satin, worth, up
to $15.00, only.................
Lalies' All Wool Sweater Coals.
worth $:,.50. only.. .... ......


;xG6,i)-inch Smyrna
worth $2.0'1. only.
3,ix ii-inch Hartfordl


RUGS
or Velvet Rug,
X-minister Rugs,


worth $:.5o. only...... ...
9x9-ft. Granite Art Square.
$0.5%.. only ..... ... ... ..


wort h


Trunk, worth $:3.041 only ........
Leatheret;e Suit ('ases. all siz,'s,
worth $1.5 1, only .. .. .. .. ......
'21-inch All Leoather Suit ('as,-. worthli
$5.'1 onJ ly....... .. . .. .. .....


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Men> Chambray


2as Inaugurated Last Wednesday as an Advertising Test,

Prices. No Comment From Us is Necessary,


Compare With Other Goods,


Goods Advertised are of


the Best


Make


and


Satisfaction


is


Assured


Every Purchaser or Full Purchase is Refunded,


- ~in-


SALE


Remember,


ENDS


we are


SATURDAY,


here


to


NOVEMBER


stay---Not


THE


to


21ST.


humbug


you for a few days and then leave town.


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OUR.


PAST


Me9s'-SHOES-Won)ens'


*n!i>- Solil I.Ieather Vici Kid Shoes.
northh $.2.'7,' o:ly .... ..........
Mn'.s Dress Shows, Vici and Patent
L.eathers, worth up to $4.4(, only..
Ladies' All Leather Vici Kid Shoes,
all styles, worth $2.00, only......
Ladies* Dress Shoes. Patent Leather,
Vici. or Tan. worth up to $3.00, only
Children's Solid Leather Shoes, worth
53c. .only.............. .....
Misses' School Shoes, worth $1.50.
only'......... ... ... ......... .
Our Shoes Guarantee holds good in
tlis test sale.


$1.49
$2.48
$1.24
$1.49
39 cts
83 cts


HOUSEHOLD GOoDS


72x90 :nch Bleached Sheets, worth
50c, only......................
Slx9)-inch Bleach Sheets, very heavy.
worth $1.0), only................
Full Size Bed Spreads, worth $1.00,
only ...... . .... ... .... ......
Extra Largoe Crocheted Quilt, worth
$2.1'). only ...... . .. . . . ..
Large Size Huck Towels, worth 15c..
only .. ............ ... ... ...... ...
L.ace (Curtains, full size. worth $1.ot0.
ij,,er pair. only...................


38
66
69

$1
8
69


cts
cts
cts
.39
cts
cts


BOYS' SUITS 6ND P(NTS
One lot Suit<. Assorted Goods. worth 0
ulp to $:;.51. only.... .. .. ..... .)...*$
One lot Pants. assorted styles and A
goods. worth ulp to $1.,,1. onil,....... 49 cts


REMEMBER. SALE LASTS ONLY
TEN DAYS
Money Refunded For Any Article Not


U


36
34
84
38
36
39
98


cts
cts
cts
cts
cts
cts
cts


O(TS
$4.48


$7.48
$1.98


98 cts
$1.83
$2.74


P7 A


98 cts
$2.98


44-in. All Wool Bril-
liantine, assorted col-
ors, for


43c yd.


Mon's Chambray
Dr,-- Shirts for
39c


25c



84C.




39c



19C


Men's. $


2Felt IIt
fo r


98c


'a aI i zt ,I Oil *tr-
f or


15c


F'ancy DI.). 1,;l..11,
ftur
98C

Family Sc-alt-s, cap-
acity .25 jpoundls, ((or


Tin Pie Plates for

3c

5-gal. Galvanized Oil
Cans for
49c

Boys' Suits for

98c

Boys' Blue Serge
Pants for
49c

300-page Pencil Tab-
let for
3c

Japaned Cash Boxes
for
33c

Children's Body
Waists for
16c


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The


POSITIVELY


INVESTIGATE


RECORD


GENT'S FURNISHINGS


I


TRUNKS (END SUIT CASES
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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


06C P, Repoit o' the Proceedings at
the November Meeting of
fh Board
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I WHAT IS SUNSHINE?

A \ ii'o gold amidlst the gray-
, Tha!'.- s',znshine"
I A little bhrightness on the way-
! That's stnshint'
i A li;tIle s!ralin- of th, lel'e
A lit t .vidlning (tf t view.
A litlio h. av,:i i.r,:akikn throtlgil-
T'hai's slil'zh i;,'.

A\ :i., iookin I lor !' l.Ot
Th I's sutshillt-



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SOMETHING TO REMEMBER

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T Il | i. .'
In, + ( itiio;, h ut B ryall !>' Th e
cel :'\ !''ior. tbir B l'yanl ha .s lost thp ;


(1


WHICH WAS RIGHT?

See if YOrn: Can Untangle the Knots In
This Problem.
A Young mainliiie jitI!:4E.
FzirteI to) learn ebwicltive t.11"f ir -
pljejd incg. iaud lie i.mgmr~i **~
tagoras. tti'e ancient it reek ?tr
instriictiolus,. :~revii.: Tg ;I-~ S **h
of the fee down ;11141 ilti,*' '' 'tar r
the first (lay liie L-iTj.1~ ~b~. .~
tile young il :.: *. .
his tutor c.Iiet' h
lie w.-Islelalyiflg 1tu-
to av.'id --iii~ he .'r 1;,
fee. so IFr~it.-. 4ri' ''.'












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B.v. iurday, November 14th, and the



i following week. The special



Sales at the Globe bring to hunl


"OPLATFORM, BN dreds of customers an exceptions



.,ally wide variety of seasonable


goods at prices


that are


much


, lower than elsewhere,


P:ctty $1.25 and

Gowns at 99c.


.492
)
$1.49i25


Exq,.,isitely trimmed with lace and
ernmbroidcery in yoke arn.d sleeves. Ask
youV IIe;gjocrs about them.

,AONEY CHEERFUL-LY REFUiNNDED
-I~in in .,

50: Child's Parasol 39C.

Just the thing you want for the
1,i.t cn'dren to take along to school.


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Tl'%ursday. October 5th

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AN ORANGE ESTIMATE


,'iONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED
IdI


Bed Sheets 72x 90 in.
72x90 in. seamless at


4, : I'


1, * i


4 4 444 '''III .~:.4 '44
4 .4 1', ',.
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1-~' \.~'*~
V '1'''' 144'\

114.'' j 1 ~i ii'' 14 '42 4'1*


29c
49C


MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED
43 Is A. iaW, -. -f. .


S 7c Sea Island at 5c.
SIt is a good heavy piece of goods,
and you will buy it if you see it. It
is a yard wide.
MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED


1Cc and 12 1-2c Flannellette

at 7 1-2c

We have about 1500 yards of the
a',ovc Flannellette. all this season's
des-gns.


Men's Venetian lined black
Thibet Suits $4.48.


SGood grade heavy black wil trAbeH

Schev'ot: coat cut ful': nev.'et cuff cn
A
reeves: three outside. cne inside

Scocket: back Satin Venetian lining;

; five-button vest with '"e's; trous-

ers cat fL'I:" well trimmed: five pock-


ets" side buckles.


MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED


Children's full size Long Coats i

sizes 8 to 14 $1.24

Diagonal gray and black striped
wool cheviot; double breasted: deep!
collar: cuff sleeves: patch Dockets:
silk emblem on sleeves: fancy oxidiz-I
ed buttons.

MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED!


Fruit of the Loom and Lons-

dale Sheeting, yard wide,

worth 12 1-2 ctnts per yard

at 10c

MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED


$1.25 Suit (,ases at 98C

MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED


Don't judge the quality by the
price. You had better buy before
they are all gone. as the quantity is
limited
MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED


All of our Men's and Children's clothing

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EDITOR WATTERSON'S YOUNG-


EST


SON VICTIM OF
ACCIDENT


AN


ANIMALS AMBIDEXTROUS.


Why Man Gives Preference
Haind Over Left


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my Nwife Might be ii Wa.!d ,*f
I botidht her a ac!: TI
fierce Ironkin,-bulW. q,,.l I .-

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A Girl After His Owwn Heart

rate -at onlce. teI&'grr'iolici'. 1a 'I
marriag-e to the M41%.y "t h.
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tele.-raph office he wa4 191! ,,,..t '.4. I !'it
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tlIN-' anIswer.
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tor when lie-( r!4e4'It'a .*. -'
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girl that kept me :ii t i 'dii v
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For CongreMman '" 4 7., 6 7 9 1,' 11 1' 13; 14 1:. 16 17 1< 1:4 2 21 22 23 24
StIl'bitI! M. Sparktlian ---
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For Govaernor2 S 1 1 1 2 2
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I" - \ Law. . . . . 1," "
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For SeCretary of .tate .. 1 14'1
H '~ :aw~r.....................'' 6412 22 6222 2 1z o;2 72 '6;" I
, . ................... ... .. 441::4 1 ."-7"2 _,7
For .. ........1 4......... A o ~ n r l......... "I 1 14 1 112- ... 4.--
For Attorney General 1- 2 1 142 2 2 2
P'., rk M Tranim,.ll
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For State Treasurer
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Sba. . . . . . . . . . . .
ForI Presidential Electors l.............
F'or Presidential Electors ...


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A'!' .1 -\3'.r
For Tax Collector
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For County Treasurer
TF ', ;i 1 t: I 'a t ',u r ...............
For Supt. of Public Instruction
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For County Surveyor
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For County Commissioners
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For Railroad Commissioner
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For the Legisature
X- D C. ( r .. ............ .... ... .

I. S L ight ........................
K ;. K R ',b iy i- ,n ..................
J o l'ie k ,: . .. .. . . ... .. ... .. .
ar' 1 H art. ........... .. .....
I;G .,'. W .vill. . .. .... ...... .... ..
For Clerk Circuit Court
S T. Sistrunk ....................
For Sheriff
Jhr i P .'allnw a .................
For County Judge
J It, H ick . .........................

Menbcrs of the School Board
I)i-trict N,,. 1-
"1-aa(' 'St i1S .............. .......
(iitrict N,) :o' -
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1.-tract 'No,. 3--
( tantham ....................
For Justice of Peace Precinct No.
V i alian ............ .........
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tFor Ccnstable. Precinct No. 1
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Proposed A amendment to Section 9

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Pro!:osed Amendment to Article
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Proposed Arendmet t to Section 35
A-ticle 5


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Dv'f~i hm Nia ('1'tB*-- !l1i


THE MEETING AND PURIFYING OF
THE NATIONS


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8 '; 1' to 'S42 7 2-


NOTICE



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OF STOCKHOLDERS'
MEETING

W> } 1';',i\ :.:i\,'., ti'.'t' a ". -


I hi, Fl"'orida ~~'''I' tp iV
pol1'1ttioali itmnletor ]'l~xv I h-s
0f Flor'idai. is liei 'y c114,-ItobeL''id
an'l~ wil11l -o it' 1111,1 0 the oflwk, ()Iii


(' IiPlIy. oI n .oill \I n,;,.. ilil lthi uli:. 0t1
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SHERIFF'S SALE


pointed therein to execute said de-
cree, will on
Monday, the 7th day of December, A.
D. 1908
e)'tw'ix n tl t Ie l' ours otf 11 a. iI. and 2
p. n.. in tronit of the soutlth door of
nit' courtut hlO.it-, i ti (' city (of Ocala.
M1'arioin c(u0n1y. F)I'idal. (offer andl eX-
po'' lfor salt. ;' .i.ll will soil. for cash.
III the highb-st andl 1 b' st biidder.iI' the,
!morl :1 1,t l p '-'!nl- s ldesc'ilb l in
. ,id *ft'c ' o-\vit: NorttIh+atr | (|jliart ore
itit' ( )f no)r''hwv st (lquart,.r In'W 1-1)
(1I s..('ctli l :ix:*"' n i ;). townlShip) oi, '- 1
I 1 1 sofii h. ra1m'I' tweit-ot'e
21 ':ISI. 'onitamininl 4' a<'i's. more
or1' l's (. oI' SO liiic('h thereof a- maI y
t.' Ii,'('e'5ssil\' to) sattisfy said decree
aill (cost'-. L. S. BEIECK.
Special Maste,-tor.
IiO('KER & DI'VAL.
11 -; ConI pla'n-int''s Solicitor.


SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE

I'ndler and by virtue of a final de-
cree rendere,! on October 19th. A. D.
190S. by the Honorable W. S. Bullock,
judge of the- circuit court of the fifth
judicial circuit of the state of Florida,
in andl for Marion county, in chan-
cery, in a certain cause therein pend-
ing. wherein the Florida Fertilizer
Manufacturing Company is complain-
ant and Dorris Murrell and Jane Mur-
rell are defendants, in which said fi-
nal decree I. the undersigned special
master, was named and appointed
, therein to execute said decree, will on
Monday, the 7th day of December, A.
D. 1908
between the hours of 11 a. m. and 2
p. m.. in front of the south door of the
court house in the city of Ocala. Ma-
rion county. Floridla, offer and expose
for sale. and will sell. for cash. to the
highest and best bidder, the mortgag-
ed premises described in said decree,
to-wit: Forty acres (i0 of land de-
:sci.-Tld as the southwest quarter of
Southwest quarter of section 26. town-
.-l1,p 14. southl. range .21. east. con-
taining forty acre-, tniore or less. Also
t( in ilopi head of c ittle, marked under
l ii and ipper bit andl swallow fork in
*tc('h oar. not biir:ti(ed, or so much
1o 'l'l'-of as IlaX'y be- h necessary to sat-
ist\ said ,i.'rOee. anI. costs.
SL. S. H(BECK. Special Master.
MlOCKER & IDVAL.
St 1: ( ,Coniplllinail,'- Solicitors.


SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE



~'~'~i. mi Ocif'ibobr 1 !ch. A. [D.
~ h Wt.!\ i' C ~l' o''. S. Bullock,
P dLkt of Ill.,('.I'('0it (' of't 01 tho 'fifth
jul~ii('ial -l i Cwit''It htIl' .T of 1 PIifti a.

o'' in a0 ('frTitill (01S'tjlft'V iii )filill-
i~ zwti'aet t~k it, 11] w~ida ('OliJlaili-

Nv ich saH( Iiii d j jdJ,c,it 1.. (l h.~,l itundf


I.V- virtue of an execution issued
-- ou of thile circuit court of Marion
l, cu''nty. Floridia. of date 14th ilay of
27i November. 1:.'5. in favor of Piedmont
o9 Mt. Airv Guano Company. against
.-,I'. 5o:'.e Close. I will expose for ?ale.
1:;7n arid ell to the highest bidlder, for
" .' cash. at the Wtest door of the court
171 holip-' in Ocala. Marion coueinty. PFlor-
Sidla. on
2"-7 The First Monday in December, 1908,
t4 )et 'Ve.en ihe hours of 11 a. ni.. and 2
I1;-' p). i ... -Le following t.-.cribed real es-
I tat,:
1". 1 .'- nu ellI n" ii-'''on and, twenty.
14-of ,: portion of Ca'alia ,de Jesius
,, liti: ,' ,'i ( r .!'.t. in township fifteen.
;l r nge twent'\-one and twenty-
S; lv' ,*.+s. accordingg to the survey and
"'.4 I'i; ;}:,.r-*f by .lalme- l. \Vhite, re-
-4 '" NJ, i MiBllan-,,,;" Book A. page
,' .+ i!: clerk's tli'e 01 of said co ntl-
1'2 (onwaimling tifty .;er'.-.. more, or
S.+ a,,i :i]-qo ol. lo' he I\vo certain
"1 aci''.- tl, )nging Ito (eor.z' ('lose. ly-
]*7" ii. and: aldjoining thle saiId lot twenty
1"- n 'i tihe east of said lot. in section thliir-
74., ty-oi.W. township fifteen, solith, range
4 ": 'p.V-t 1A()w east.
I .,\1it pon aks thIe property of
-- (, Clos,. and sul li 'ct to I lite n.ort-
11; | 6 r ,)f said loseoe to Wil lia i Fur-
7;W nda.l. o tf .iate the secolli o(f April. l. y,
'* rI t', r,'ildi, in oi0)'i -..a bot ok i i iil)er
;a 2's irage :.,>7. of said (l,,rk'> oftie.
,;! .I(lN J P. GAI.OLOWAY.
J Sh.1ri1ff of Marion C('omoty. Florita.
~:, 11 -+;-.',tw .


1 ; SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE

2-7,1 '1,l'lder andi by virtue of a final de-
"241
e cre, rendered on October 19th. A. D.
S19n". by the Honorable NV. S. Bullock.
42 judge, of the circuit court of the fifth
_''t; judicial circuit of the state of Florida.
"32 in and for Marion county, in chan-
r>4 eery. in a certain cause therein pend-
12 ing, wherein the Florida Fertilizer
' 7'1 manufacturingg ('onmpany is complain-
ant. and :Augustus Irvin and Eliza-
147 2 l'th Irvin aIrt- defendants, in which
said final derot'ee I. the unilersigned
141 i special master, was named and ap-


S T. SISTRUNK.


'ClI-rk Circuit Court. Marion ('a. F!I.t


NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
AND DISCHARGE

Notice is hereby given that on th.
sixth day of May. A. D. 1901.9. the ",r.
,drsigned. as executors of the last wi!'


and testament of Herbert
will present their acce
vouchers to Joseph Bell. ju
bate in and for Marion cot
office in Ocala. and will
final settlement and will a
nal dischargee.
Ocala. Fla.. November P.


A. Ford.
ountilits an-I
Ldge of nro-
inty. at hi,
make tl'ei,
ipply fo:" "-


19,',.


CECELIA WHITE FORD.
(;EOR(IE HF. FORD
E. F. STOTESBUI'RY.
As Executors of the Last Will ;ni',
Testament of Hlerblrt A. Ford.
1 1-C-';tn.

NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT

AND DISCHARGE


1 No: ice i. herby iven 'ha ti on 'th,,
,;th ,lay of M ay. .\. I). P4,114. the 1 i,'i
l 'rtint,,l. as administrator (of tOtt e ,
t ate of Robrt E. Fli!ln. ,l.ct,:ts'i,.
will prtsoint 1my final accoullnt anl
vo;Cli(h 'rs to Hon.. Josoph Bell. jimtie
ot probate. at his office in Ocala., and
will make my final set lenient an,!
will apply for final discharge as ad-
ministrator of said estate.
Dated. Ocala. November 5. 19S.
JAKE BROWN.
As Administrator of the Estate of
Robert E. Flinn. ll-6-6md.


SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE

Under and by virtue of a final do-
cree rendered on October 19th. A. D.
1908, by the Honorable W. S. Bullock.
judge of the circuit court of the fifth
judicial circuit of the state of Florida.
in and for MafTon county, in chan-
cery, in a certain cause therein pend-
ing, wherein the Florida Fertilizer
Manufacturing Company is complain-
ant and B. Baldwin is defendant, in
which said final decree I. the under-
signed special master, was named and
appointed therein to execute said de-
cree, Will on
Monday, the 7th day of December, A.
D. 1908
between the hours of 11 a. m.. and 2
p. m., in front of the south door of
the court house in the city of Ocala,
Marion county, Florida, offer and ex-
pose for sale. and will sell. for cash.
to the highest and best bidder, the
mortgageol premises dlescribeil in said
decree. to-wit: Commencing at the
southeast corner of the northwest
quarter of the northeast quarter of
section 2S. in township 11. south.
range 21. east. running thence north
100 chains, thenc'. west.- 10 chains.
thenc, s south 1li chains, nIutice east
11, chaini, to p1 o. b.. containing 1<1
a('ros. more or less. Also southwest
(l.lr!, 'lr of the northw-et quartl'-r of
.--,('l ion "27, in township 11. south i. ranie
1"21. ';osts. containing 41o acres, iorp o)r
I less. Also on. dark bay miare niiil.
tire,' "I oi).i.'y. ,t 'ibota 12 x. lar- ol,.
.Al s .ix h'ad of stock catil I, nmark'ed
unil: r hi,- and iippr hit in leftt .ear anil
smioIoth cropl ini rizht '-ar. noti brand-
ed or f-}l much th'-rof as may beo n 1
c<'.ss,'rv to s tii 'y sa id! ,'icr'.. and1 I
. O Si,.','iil .0la-5 ,'r.
i O('KER & )"V.\AL.
! i-';. (Con.iplail nia t's S diits,; ,


l'alx. ~' )s ,-211o 'I 1105(''11


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TAAULIA4TED OFF'ICIrelaL r A-j fV '1JT.arl


a


NOTICE


Of Application for Tax Deel I'nder
Section S of Chapi'er 4,>. Laws
of Floridt:,
Nctice is hereby g:veni that .1. W.
.\exai.ior. purchaser ot tax certifi-
cate No. 4*49. dated the :'rd day of
October. A. D. l"S has filed siil
certificates in :ry office aa.l has nmadh
application for tax leed, to is.,ue in
accord anice with law. Sail certifi-
C. mblrace the following .desc:ribc',Il
-I i rv situllated in Ma;'ion cti)n;.
l'oridla. to-wilt: Sout'n ;-t quarter of
e) :1. block 1. .\'lredl's adi. Ocala. se,-
!i+ii 7. township 15. soul;h. ran' e 2, .
',: st. The said, land beint asse-se.
t i' ;" l', e ,: tt" t:" 0 issla i', of .-i:.- l
ce ( '"it at in th.e nat i,' 01 ;at':i's i:'i-
kno';v!i. I'nless saidl cer!ificate shall
i1w c,'tien'm d according to law. tax
lee,''l will issu., thereon en the ''l
,lay f Nov-iMnlbr. .\. ). 19 10S.
Witness niy official si;nat14re and
'al itis lthe :7th dliy3 of October. A.


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inen for the


Reddick. Fla.. Nov. 10,, 1QS,.
To the FAditor Ocala Banner:
As I am now one of Marion county's
nor, -entatives in the coming Iegi.-
lWure. and remembering the eam-n-
paign promises made to the people of
0e county two years ago. that "ift I
rw.i,.*d the primary nomination and
Wa #'l,it-,d as your representative I
would not l ihe- biggest fool in Tal-
laba.--,' uhilh, the legislature wta>
rouI,\ itiii- <.i|hr woulil I amaze thle
rorl *. !Tri.ll.iati staitsmanship."
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right place-as


tive officials-is th*? first step to be
considered; believing that if the
house selects a speaker who has not
the proper qualifications much harm
could be d(lone and business badly dle-
layed.- so I want a man in the chair
who has had legislative experience,.
who would be impartial in his rulings.


petc.. and
dispatch


who has
business.


BIG SUIT FOR DAMAGES


The Palatka water works has be-
-un suir for $;3,.}i<- damages for con-
ve'rsion. against the Palatka Gas


legisla- Liht & Fuel Co.. and G. Loper Bai-


Iy. and the papers in the case were
served on the defendant conlmpany
this week.
For some years there has been a
dispute between the companies to this
suit, the water company maintaining
that ".h gas company ha(d tappeI).l its
inain and was using the water of the.


a large capacity to: conimplaining company in tlhe cooling.
and would like io'process a t i he as plan;. This tle


ha suggest iions spec'('ially nT(no
ilos+, menn who ar' acquaintlt -, viii
ith' differtint candidate's for" ,iet';k,'i-
s -hil. for I l';arn liv sl t d in li e" .l().i;-
i ll;ils (f ;h,' t!ousf, tl\(! \"1\ I \\ ',rl., i-" ,,)B!,e ill iia> li'iei' iii.il ,11 \ f ': 8
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NAL IS EXCAVATED

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Case & Co. Say Oratges and Grape-
fruit Are of Fine Quality

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ti. -'. The' fruit is' Xivin lg ex' ".'llltir
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; "lni *>f ilhi is' \ avf r)l.'- l f' l' y, v.
,iii'l ih tr' tl'>- h Ias ) l 'en using 2 l'2r.4r
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,Iih! li ((1is,'('cllive' '( S(oll (' Chai( &(
( '( a r e"( m a r k etl' i nl g t lh ( t r ul i ; lf r o ml 1 b ,
"'#l'Xs of 1L. 11. Skiinner. ai S ;1h1r-
laindl, as, well as that of Mr. Skin.er


'iii eel.-.


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WHAT "BARACA" MEANS


"A word that has ('ome into familiar
Iusef recenly puzzled me no little when
I first saw it in plrint." said a layman.


"I refer to "Baraca.


popu()l)lar in the


Sunday school world, to denote a class
composed of young men who not only
study tie Bible. but who form a broth-
erhood to work along pihilanthropl)ic
lines.
"Ilavirng b'en a .', a,' of the Eng-
li-1: Bibl, .sinc oyhood. I thought


but~ 'X 'ou ie lt. Ib )oh'.11lipn I having
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114)w 511olullet illiie l itt- wIv i ( i t. dI ielf'-
II ot 1'IY*V. ilslsti l' iiSun~dayV SchoolI
lii'. aIthbough volU!i2'.1'has hlit 'e'nwroitell
3lithouT lolihfitllt'-' anyflX t'3t '.I was15 >1 ilrpisi '4 Xhol'liI had
elflj('iult'l. ill cw( +At(' ,_-Il l), w it!h i t.'
Ia Vi lost a TitIn,'

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FARMERS WANT


W anteid. :,.,of ) piract icl
who would like to own hon
own. Th,' government h
2Mo,0ii111 acres of landl lying


We have have just received a pretty lot of i-ine China and


" 'A MONEY SAVING PLAN

i farmer,
ties of their
ias nearly ;Why Wait Until the Holidays Are on


You to Purcnase ruauuyii a,.*

and Pay From 25 to 40 Per


various irrigation projects througlh-
out the \Vest for which water wil' 1)'
available next season. The farm unit
o(n these projects varies in most
cases from 4t to Soi acres of irrigablfii
land. depending on location. In many
sectionls a tract of graIzing landI hasi.
been included, in the farll unit W lr(-
ev,'lr l)r'ct 1il)l '. b ing The lotal p ll )t

T hie o(nIN ('lyi :- fo (I 's,' t"r:i:-.
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A FINE LOT OF HORSES


Cent. More For Them?


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lo~ l i~rk '. Tiiik t Ii- t Nr. !N -c 1,la t -(-z Liock-t,-. H atr Pp
soil a i Is tilf' r.-.sn for m im o Pi t'a y Plly <'rll< l ,i
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lio s<.s Jii i l ..' li. it',n)I a" il i t i t' brellas. Cut as-. St' :' \' .
11111'kit lor'a Ii li oi'se foi any put- Table W are. Jewtl C'a (;i 0 '
Ipose it w ill pa o ) to i1114,) a()I \ loo l Pict le' -Fra mn [l-i :in r.' '
iV'i' 11<' o I to ln. h(,li(ki )" ii)'l o ) i" b st in my lino.
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(Note-]Aifl.2=e stories of the war of!
-1all -o-cf-sion a r+, lwin4 collected bv Col.I
!U. R. Brool.> o(f BRu'v'r's South Caro-(-
11- iT.t (Ca% a Iry' riua' le, who is now writ -
il-, (T Iaa hii-oory of rHit-command.)

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I am sick and tiroedi of the complaints
as to the leoprodations of tho men and
negroes beiongin- to it. I will prom-
ise to relieve you as s')(n a."- ':'actica-
1I], anfl will as so-mo tfltel01'. limp show
my al)p','cjiat i(on o" yor s,,rvic ly
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longto then n dntailo had* to!ri( be odeired to
i'.or to l th:" r com and o r glo :od t' o i the
iosital an dl w,,orthy of 0 he1 l hi.h r.alrto
of t,1 'l"r ofhte'rs. Tlh'y were victims 14
o(f ci'rcu iim.t -ances an1d41 thi lihal 111i'Il inl
,e catmo. IBut I soon sawV t hr', wasi
no alternative. These men, good and
had. had to e e organized into a dins-
mounted battalion and. sent to the I
front. The officers who did not be-
long to the detail had to be ordered Io
reol)O't to their commands or go to the
hospital and that the dlarkies had to
have the knowledge thrashed into
them that they had to obey rulerss. I
wroto to (G;eneral Butl'r to this effect I
and requested, him, if lihe co uld sparo
themn tO s5'1(i mia' a small detail of
men fl roll tlite 'froi) t wilh g1()( h))lors '-.
whieh, with ti n- >, -f]*.crions I "vould ,
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Where the



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You can quickly heat and keep
cozy the draughty hall or cold room-
no matter what the weather conditions
L are-and if you only knew how much
real comfort you can have from a


PERFECTION



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(Equipped with Smokele Device)


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you wouldn't be without one another hour. Turn the wick as high
or as low as you please-there's no danger-no smoke-no smell
-utst direct intense heatl-that's because of the smokeless device.
Beautifully finished in nickriel and japan-orna-
mental anyv'here. The brass iont holds 4 quarts. giv-
ing heat for 9 hours. It is liqht in weight-easily f
carried from room to room. Every heater warranted.

TheR baLamp meets the need of the
student--a bright

steady light-ideal to read or
study by. Made of brass-nickel plated, latest im-
proved central draft burner. Every lamp warranted.
If your dealer does not carry Perfection Oil Heater
and Rayo Lamp write our nearest agency.
STANDARD OIL COMPAN1VY
(IawpWasedrv


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You get the f net practical
watch in the world-standin 'zhe

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