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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
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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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THE NEWSPAPER-"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE- ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CON

VOLUME 449 NUMBER 23. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 4, 1908.


VPE.


ONE DOLLAR A YEAI


Local nd Personamul PRESENTATION OF THE LOVING IN MEMORIAL !A NEW CARD CLUB ORGANIZED "HOME, SWEET HOME"
-- CUP ..- -
Mr 4 1) Dennis of tth e ),utton ---The Ocala Lodge No. 851, B. P. 0. A new card club has just been or- A True Story
Phosphate Company. wa In the y The loving cup. given by the Ma- E., will hold a "Session of Sorrow" at ganized in Ocala that will add a great I Written for the Ocaia Banner.)
~y,,-~-rday 'ri(rn Cami of Confederate Veterans terhall in this city on Sunday, De- deal of pleasure to the social life of IIn a. little green house, upon a hill,
-- to Mrs. Fannie R. Gary. president of o g t prm this city this winter. The member-'lved an old couple-and they live
Write B Pear Nurserie, pa Following is the program for theship includes quite a number of the there still;
bimk. fNw ther slp, Cial prices to FIor- Dickison Chapter. United Daughters occasion: prominent married ladies of the city, The things they said and the ways
I iilater, 1 il.]-tfw of the Confederacy, will be presented Voluntary-Lodge enters, and they will meet one afternoon ev- they did,
to her at the court house next Tues- Session called to order. ery week and will spend a couple of
BILLENDS L AT HE LOB Rol cal o deease brthes.ery week and will spend a couple of W~ouhi horrify even the youngest kid.
MILL END SALE AT THE GLOBE day at eleven o'clock in the morning. Roll call of deceased brothers.enjoying each oer's
NXearl. te hundred and i. T#'v n. .Inidge William S. Bullock bis kind- Quartette. society and a game of progressive I When she could she wouldn't, and he
40blttr was nett-d by the la.., of ly consented to adjourn the cou:t at Ritual of order, whist. the same;
Grwr church at their bazaalr -etdnls. the hour named in honor of this oc Opening ode. The first meeting of the new club If she did, he didn't, and life became
4ay albit casion. Chaplain invokes divine blessing. was held yesterday afternoon at the! One long dispute, without any lag-
This distinguished jurist has also, Address by Rev. Geo. Hendree Har- beautiful home of Mrs. D. W. Davis, going;
WILL END "ALE AT THE GLOBE c-onsentptl to deliver an address onurisolon r..g .Mte g
LL N ALE AT HEGLOBE nnt to deliver an address on iso. on South Third street. Mrs. Davis was Day in and day out they kept on nag-
Mr an Umr ErNtutt Hopkins Tvrot :hal occasion, eulogistic of our city. Solo-Mrs. E. H. Mote. assisted in entertaining her guests by g.
4o"" to Floali City and ln'o.rn.-,, in which he will make reference to1 (h ns ceremones. her sister, Miss Mary Piatt, both of
.-ste'r4fty ater~om to rpniamn nil things appropriate to this eremony.. The names of the deceased mem- whom are members of the club. The But if begot sick she went to bed, too
l~tof belt e, Th,. loving cup will be- presented tobeb(rs are:
be rt of nextAugustus C. Priest, obituit-March other club members are the following So for him she would have nothing to
-Mrs. Gary by Hon. Henry W. Long.! uutsC ret bti-ac ^ ^ ^ ^^
;ary by Hon. |lt-nry \V. ing. t. 905.ladies: Mrs. M. C. Looney, Mrs. Ed- do;
MILL ,ENO SALE AT THE GLOBE neral of "he Confed-rate Veterans! 1905. ward Holder, Mrs. R. L. Anderson, She beat him with a broom, and down
-- for this division Mrs. (;ary. in ac- Samuel W. Teague, obituit-July 1, Mrs. H. L. Anderson. Mrs. J. C. B. he fell,
Mr 8 H 4 banbers will arri,. 1, cepting the cup. will alio deli\,r an 1905. Koonce, Mrs. J. K. Austin, Mrs. W. But when she went near him he kick-
(f'this thr afloomm for the witnt.r address In appreciation of the marked Sands A. Standley, obituit-Janu- V. Newsom, Mrs. B. A. Weathers, ed her well.
Ill,, ,tpl,OPd o.-r y ,enat.ra wth ,distinction shown her. I ary 7, 1906.
$be atowupd aer yV w.tb listinction shown her ^ry l' I t, 190G Mrs. G. K. Robinson, Mrs. G. T.
-ode t Jck mvill, The Confederate Vetern:ns, tIhe, Edward L. Mclntosh, obituit-July Maughs, Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, The preacher called, but left in a
EN SA AT THE Daughter- of the Confederacy, the' 13, 1906. Mrs. George MacKay, Mrs. 0. T. hurry,
'LL EN ALIEAT THE GLO-E! Ocala Rifles. the W. C. T. '. and oth.I Horace G. -Keen, obituit-Septem- Ge M, Mrs they both began, all in a flurry,
& &amm Atkimow l.w tonir er civic organizations will take part ber 19. 1906. R. McKean and Mrs. William Ander- To tell on each other, and the neigh-
S W llfor Tlampa whrr. e to *In the parade James L. Wyche, obituit-January bors, too;
_____ m few Tampa, whers. st ii the arade19074.sn
St? l-. gus-(t ,,f Mit-s Emama Sau. Col John M. Martin will act as 14, 190 Mrs. Davis also had as her guests Many grievances they had, both old
OWsN NbIm for mew eral weeks master of ceremonies, and will escort Herbert A. Ford, obituit-February yesterday Mrs. D. C. Edwards, Mrs. and new.
Mrs Gary to the court house. 9, 1907. E. T. Helvenston. Miss Maude Alex-
MOLL E00 BALE AT THE GLOBE It is hoped that this will be made Thomas H. Wallis, obltuit-August ander and Miss Margaret Eagleton. They would not separate-days would
...^Z.... a notable occasion, andti that the pre- 11, 1907. ,, After the games tempting refresh-
VO ,,fi It.,, IN.I ...t,,%-, .......--,,,- . I.. ... ..rv .. .After the games tempting refresh- b fa "-


r j--, Wrw---,,1 ,I-.,w Will, intatlon ceremonies will be largely I rnros it. Lester, oDilIt--Novem-
M id r19t* i r .Ismrthli ttu-t neI- attended ber 2,. 1908.
w m ILl thi aftrvlam m? a: *urliic at Most. If not all. of the t)usiness "The faults of our Brothers
'h be of MIiso flo-1ew". L Vult,?t- houws of the city have consented to We will write upon the sand;
L IW1O SALB AT THIE GLOBE close their doors from eleven tot Their virtues upon the tablets
telve o'clock next Tuesday. Of Love and Memory."
Ut -.1 'W^ W E. $ir*< ;.Ili'.
Mb it r' '. litk- Iclauah',, ar.. THE JURY FOUND AGAINST CAPT. Officers of the Lodge
m ._ B _h .. ah. *PYLES Stephen Jewett, Exalted Ruler.
wBradford Webb. Esteemed td-
Bradford C. Webb. Esteemed Leatd-


W I 1. t 'oo ' thr t i ,.I*-Y-ral
D,^, !The Piedmont (Va & Fertilizer Co.,
- P S amuel R Pyles. which case has
WILL 9O SALE AT THE GLOBE *naricgad the attention of the court
wo* m4'a &r itlha,1, t o -* q.t'o -tb at h'b Maeriait ,-Air,' :.umilng In favor of the plaintiff.
be" i > t m, ,IW-Va tr',ughI' ',, 'ti0 This suit was for the recovery of
rt, **.two .' ah- A i,.'"4 ,,fl a ote given to the Piedmont Fertilitz-
i 4 14 a It' *'r company y by the late George ('lose
l for ..leven hundred dollars. the note
MILL% IW SALE AT THE GLOBEL0 hain t-een endorsed by ('apt. Pyles.
t'ap. lrvle was agent for this
li ... Ti'h.- Pa.. e-', iri.'l t, hbt 4,'OfItn. awl endlowed the notes of
Ib a, Seh. .... , *f.rm-th. ,artie.i to whom he sold the fer-
.-, -^$tt .6. 0. 1t 1 ttn ft r e ."..tm'" 't# 'I att-,d 'he4" ,t,, 1"1 Ml,.1 1.1 l. to Mr Close direct
9it, i. &1i%!,-1t hiat, In entcloslng a batch of notes
L SLE AT THE GLO ,E 4 t, endr Mr Close's note
SL .Li AT THI L % t-. 1ibc,,I h,. millerr. anr that he
M i H t '"e* 'h* 11. t -l k ixn t "It*'i t I' '| hriiIghti an inadvertence.
wf *, ('r ,sall Ht'*,' and 1 ,n t., 0 t,. ',h, ,omipan i. roduce l! letters
'if a, a fvtn-,' at'r'm |. i&a: l on, C'al,' I',le.s. hlIIch fx-d, th4 re-
W b .ail, al t0f t. I.I 'tu I' S t-.,,i-it'Ili'\ .tin h him


INL* Qt*ulb SALB* ATTHE LOI
WILL IO0 SALE AT TME GLOBE
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ing Knight.


Edwaru DraKe, Esteemea Loyal
Knight.
Sydney Haile, Esteemed Lecturing
Knight. 0
Geo. C. Crom, Secretary.
Theodore T. Munroe, Treasurer.
Emmett E. Robinson, Esquire.
Charles A. Tremere, Chaplain.
Alfred J. Beck, Tiler.
Robert D. Mathews, Inner Guard.
Harry B. Clarkson, John M. Meffert,
George MacKay, Trustees.

CIRCUIT COURT


The fall term of the circuit court
('onivened Tuesday morning.
The following names having been
drawn from the box, wilt serve as the
grand jury:
Edwin M. Howard, foreman; J. A.


1 th. amii,'n' ot th,- v,' it' for both Murrell, D. C. Gunnels, 0. M. Gale, J.
iTiatpal a and hi,-r,.-t aiiountod to HIi. Ewen, Walter Nichols, W. H. Fore,
1 '#:, .1. B. Malloy. F. E. Weatherbee, J. T.
Th,. nI '- ,(t 'i.t ji'vry were as fol- Lancaster, E. M. Turner, David 0. El-
,-. M .,r- .1 |H Tavlor. .1. A. Rey- lis. Robert 0. Connor, I. J. Fort, W.
%, 1.. lahews. R D. MeDl)on- T. Henderson. Harvey Clark, Joseph
it H ;i t,. :i' R! R Hlows- Ssanaland, M. M. Little, clerk.
S,. i,, '- ... *'i- '< ,..-, r i ".he court delivered its charge and
\t.- '- '; *l.<, .'.,'! '''" !" l': I :' r:and jury immediately entered,
, ,* '., ;.,:a .ff tn.I .M .- R. tiuion, the discharge of its duties.
I It i : k .,.. l1 I. \n,' -,. f, r I is thought that it will finish its
'* 'i.,.' lal)ors by Friday.
F:,* ', : i T i. ; '1- tr >ilgl The trial of the case of the Pied-
'. .; > ,, ,! ! *e .' .-: !,:d' I. n1(in t Fertilizer Company v -. Samviel
*, , ;, ' l], j.," ,;'*C llIi.'1l!- .. I R. Pyles was the f isL cas.1 callc(; Oil
I 1' , ,.: .,- !!i.'h\ i t he civill lockeot ,-ii it-' conclusion has
.* ' .'l S it;? n -t y ) -e n reached.
ai
i ,. "' *, r <1.O1 "; T H,
,, : VOTE OF THANKS


PET DOG GOES MAD AND B'TES "i';: Ki's DauLghtter.- hlereby Ten-
SEVERAL PERSONS ,. a .. .' IhanIS to the eo1il,


~ !~~ '.le-:1-n ii alen ,il) at 1 hr m on ser-
q i'1'Ii i heI v lres1P fr: a iic i-ch


ments were served and the beautiful
prize, a silver scent bottle, was won
by Mrs. W. V. Newsom.

MILL END SALE AT THE GLOBE

THE LYCEUM SEASON OPENS

The Lyceum season in Ocala was
opened last night. Mr. Elias Day and
Mrs. Oranne Truitt Day being the
first of the six attractions.
Mr. and Mrs. Day were in Ocala
last winter and those that saw them
were delighted at the idea of renew.
ing this pleasure and many others
were also present, and none were dis-
appointed in these excellent imper-
sonators. Mr. Day, in his character
studies, is exceptionally fine, and
some of his expressions and work is
irresistably funny.
Mrs. Day is a very clever reader
and actor and her work in combina-
tion with that of her husband forms
a very delightful program and the en-
tertainment last night was delightful-
ly worth while.

MILL END SALE AT THE GLOBE

The Marion Shoe Company has sold
its entire stock of ladies', gents' and
misses' shoes to the Globe people, and
Mr. Goldman says that he is in posi-
ticn to sell them at the original cost
to the Marion Shoe Company. If any
of the readers of this paper want to
buy a good article in shoes cheap they
canl do so by calling at the Globe.
The makers of these shoes are the
best known manufacturers in the
country, and every make's nanie cr-
ries with it a guarantee of perfect
satisfaction. Go to the Globe for
your shoes if you want the best makes
<,t a genuiine bargain.


MILL END SALE AT THE GLOBE
The mWeting of the King's Daugh-
ter.: iT the Methodiist church at 10
clock :morrnlay morning was well
atTr.,,I l and(l quite a number of mat-
'r.S eimafaet the attenItion of the
moniemt)ers. The specia objectt of the
meing was to make arrangements
for tho Christmas l)oxes and baskets
that will he listrib)ued among our
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The excitement of giving tit for tat
Gave them occupation and zest in life,
They couldn't live without their daily
strife.
MRS. ALICE WITHERS.

MILL END SALE AT THE GLOBE

JUST A LITTLE BIT IRONICAL

Our friend Light, member of the
next Florida legislature from Marion,
is still cutting expenses, and if he
keeps up the good work until next
April, when that body convenes, we
will be the happiest people on earth;
there won't be any expenses, standing
taxes will be a lost art, and a new one
substituted, a government by repre-
sentation less taxes. Good luck at-
tend the cutting down process until
there will not he even a frazzle of
that nightmare left.-Star.

MILL END SALE AT THE GLOBE

One of our exchanges, in defending
Mr. Beard"s proposition, says that it
is simply an application of "good
business methods to politics." That's
"t exactly. It hit the nail on the
head. It is simply reducing politics
to business. Commercializing it.
Making it a matter of trade-barter
and sale. The next thing we will
hear will be the proposition to re-
duce our holy religion to "good busi-
ness methods." Commercializing It
along with the rest of things-mak-
ing it an age of traffic and trade.
Give me a vote and I'll give you an
office. Give me your purse and I'll
guarantee you an entrance into
heaven.

MILL END SALE AT THE GLOBE


Mr. T. Allen Jones was taken to the
DeSoto sanitarium yesterday. He had
a good night, and is doing very well
indeed, to the relief and great pleas-
ore of his friends.-Wednesday's Me-
tropolis. Mr. Jones is the conductor
who was so badly hurt in the S. A. L.
wreck at Silver Springs junction last
week.

Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood will
move the first of next week into their
lnvelv new hnmo nn PFrt Kine -,ven.


Hat Pins

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SEEMS ALMOST IMPOSIBLE

That four men could board a car I
the most populous part of New Taf
City in broad open day time and over
power the conductor and hold up =4
rob the passengers seems incredible
but that was what was done in New
York City last Monday.
The dispatch, giving an account 1
the affair, says:
Four desperadoes armed with re
volvers, held up a crowded street ,
in lower Third avenue today, thru,
tied and robbed the conductor, terroP
ized the passengers and escaped wt
a goodly collection of puree al
other valuables.
When they had completely b&ocedk
the exit the men drew revolver -M
covered the passengers. Two of tiM
attacked the conductor, one presft
a revolver against his head, while tM
other pushed him through a window
and rifled his pockets.
In the meantime the other two hd
been going through the passengers,
gathering up valuables of all dewcrlp-
tions.
Their pockets were stuffed with
women's purses, watches and small
wails of bills, when the 4(reams of
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DOINGS OF OUR CITY LEGISLA-
TURE

The city council met in regular ses-
sion on this. December 1st, A. D. 1908.
with President Robertson presiding
and G. A. Carmichati, L. W. Duval,
A. G. Gates. E. T. -ielvenston, H. C.
Jones. J. M. Meffert, U. E. Mclver -.nd
Charles Rheinauer present. a
Communication from Messrs. Bos-
well and Anderson relative to the
amount due the city for rent of street
roller was read and matter put in the
hands of city attorney for col section.
The time charged for roller for 87
days at $3 per day amounting to $261.
M. J. Roess, by letter, requested the
city council to put Newberry avenue,
from Oklawaha avenue to Fort King
avenue in condition for travel.
Mr. Mclver moved that the street
be finished up, and the property own-
ers be rendered bills for their pro
rata part for paving. Seconded and
carried.
Application for building permit of
R. E. Yonge referred to the building
committee.
The following bills, being properly
approved were ordered paid:


Month of November
To the Honorable City Council, City
of Ocala:
G(,ientleirwej.-Y,)uir finance comrnmit-
.0(*' btl -s 10o repor( (!ho followili, re-
f o i al .i l did- ,l )mJ:r 1 4"Ml i', ,Ui 'ril z tih e
':i(.Ilith of Irovi'el '.
ItX L, in uX.ank No^ -. 1 ...........;..
Receipts


City n a shal ... .... .....
City collect(ori a.! .. ....
License .. .. .. ...........
Clerk elect'i,- lighl i .......


S214:;.79
. r 4.sl.
S2257.)T'5

$5)575.74


$9082.97
Disbursements
General Fund paid script... .$312.21
Fire and water fund script... 124S.85
Electric light fund script.... 952.04
Paid script bd. int .......... 1:"2.00

Total......... .. ..... $5465.10

Bal. in batik Dec. 1 .......... $3617.87
Against this balance in bank on De-
ceamber 1st. there is outstanding
script, general fund, in the sum of
$3S9.19: fire and water fund. $84.51:
electric light fund. $:191.72. Total,
$865.42.
The script drawn for the month of


November for the several flun
drawn for expenses in th' vari(
partmlents as folo()ws:
By regular salaries.... .. $
By street department......
By police department ....
By water lel)artmentt........
By fire department..........
By sanitary department......
By market department.....
By cemetery department ....
By E. L. department .. .. .
By bond interest ... ........
By amount paid on city nore.
By anit. tr'ans. lrm (;en. to
F. &. WV. iundin .. .. ....


Is was
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$7,1,)i;.:>,4
The Ieop)-!Y- of !'h- s of the citv arc heireto : t;ich dl a;ii
miade a p;>i"! of this. yo( ll (*., tllitie,*,'4 I
Fep!);)i'.
AlMl of which is respetfilly sublilit-
ted. I.. \V. DI-VAI, ('hlm.
(C. RIEIN.\AI ER.
An ordiinance regllaltiig the places
of Ibusiness of Ip)eirsotis engaged in the
liver )y business withiui the corporate
limits of the city of Ocala was intro-
lduced, faced on first reading an,l re-
ferred to the judiciary committee.
The judiciary committee submitted
their report on anii ordinance to pro-
vidle proper exits for lbuildiings. etc..
and recommen(iedl that this ordinance
pi)ass with the word "four" changed to
five. and the figure "1. changed to

The above ordinaiic,, was p)laceid on
second reading.
Councilman Duval moved that when-
ever the word "four" or figure "4" oc-
curs be amended so as to read "five'
and that the wordl school house b)e
placed directly before the words "oth-
er places of public worship." Second-
ed and carried.
Section 1 adopted as amended; sec-
tion 2 read and adopted; section 3
read and adopted.
Upon motion ordinance was placed
on third reading, read by title and
adopted.
An ordinance entitled an ordinance
to provide for the inspection of fresh
meats offered for sale in the -ci'v of
Ocala. and to inspect al premises and
market places at which such meats
are offered for sale in the city of
Ocala. and to provide a penalty for the
violation of this ordinance, was plac-
ed on second reading, amended and
adopted by sections.
Said ordinance was then placed on
third reading, read by title and adopt-
ed.
An ordinance granting the exten-
sion of time to the Citizens' Gas.
Heat. Light & Power Co.. was placed
on second reading and passed by sec-
tions.
Placed on third reading. read by ti-


The Costumes Attract Much Atten-
tion-Delicious Refreshments Serv-
ed and the Night Greatly Enjoyed
Belleview, Fla., Nov. 2.0. 1fOS.
Special ('or. Ocli lBanner:
Friday evening at the home otv Mr.;.
Cecil Bryant was ithe senpli of much
enjoy mewith, the (aitise being a "lacky
party. The partly being anticipated,
they all came arrayed in their tacki-
est costlimes.
Hon. 0. M. G(;ale was a specimen of
beauty in his costume of a cow boy,
and ju.,t as charming was Mrs. Gale
in her old lady's toggery. Mr. Guy
Smith made a fine looking washerwo-
man. Miss Cora Murray of Georgia,
who is visiting Mrs. Cecil Bryant, was
the belle of the party, with her cos-
tume of red. blue. green and pink.
Mr. W. W. Cowles. one of our north-
ern visitors, came arrayed as a far-
mer ,and was a splendid specimen.
Miss Ruth Whittier made a charming
house-girl with her gingham apron
and red ribbons flying about her. Miss
Elsie Schneider made a cute looking
little girl with her hair ribbons of
many hues and a smile which never
wore off. Mr. Eddie Armstrong, her
escort, was a startling sailor boy, and
exclaimed many times: "Oh, what
would the boys up north say if they
could see me now?"
More modern styles were represent-
ed by Cecil Bryant. who looked quite
charming in his "sheath gown." made
of voile burlay and' trimmed in red,
blue and green silk 4ilicia. Mrs. Cecil
Bryant made a charming hostess with
nter pink silk tissue over blue silicia
and her many ribbons of different col-
ors. Miss Edna Nichols represented
a flower garden, and
"From beneath hcr torn hat there
glowed the wealth
Of simple beauty and rustic health."
Constable Nichols seemed to have
t rOwn considerably stouter, being
ai(lded by) one of his mother's pillows.
Our national colors were represent-
ed by Mrs. \Vhisenant. wlho had them
vor.v "tIaciily"- arranged. Mr. Blakes-
'ly i-eiinded ls of ancient' times in
htiis Romian tog;a. Miss Reba Bryant
'iIowetI a sign of "110o mlore floods,"
btearili all thile (col's of the rainbow.,
Mr. 'To1i H!anles looked as tIhoiulh hei
ha! t'0 )er b eti to townl )eforo. his l
si'itr being made of corn sacks. I
Mr. Willie Lyvles was a grand rel-I
resentative of a tramp.
Tacky indeed were the riggings of!
Frank, Raymond and Mary Gale.
Freeman Hanes and Maggie Whisen-
ant. The other guests who enjoyed
the festivities of the evening were
Mrs. Blakesly. Mrs. Fesler. Mrs. Hil-
ton. Mr. Whisenant and little Miss
Whisenant.
While the younger folks were play-
ing games the older ones enjoyed the
music by a string band.
Among the games enjoyed were
"cross questions and crooked an-
swers." in which Mr. Fisk Bryant,
who was dressed as a "colored gent,'
asked of Miss Bertha Farris, who was


also very tackily dressed: "Oh. dar-
ling, do you love dark meat?"
Delicious refreshments of butter-
milk roasted peanuts and ginger
snaps were served, but as it is a long
lane that never turns, the time came
at a late hour when all bade the host
and hostess good night, and declared
they had never had such a good time
before.


MILL END SALE AT THE GLOBE
MADDOX ELECTED IN ATLANTA

A wire from Atlanta Wednesday
night says that Maddox won in the
contest fon mayor by a good majority.

MILL END SALE AT THE GLOBE
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
AND DISCHARGE


Notice is hereby given that on the
6th day of May, A. D. 1909, the un-
ithor nlc .| -t& > .1 .1L,--:__ ..


"^ THEN you buy

a HOWARD
watch you get some-
thing."
You get the finest practical
watch in the world-standing the
heat, cold, vibration, change of
position, of daily use.
You get the watch that has been the cotn.
panio of more prominent Amerncanas than
any other.
You get the only American watch cerutiF
by the International Observatory at Geneva.
You get the only watch that is mw acut 3t
rice-printed price ticket attached at the fac
tory--bon 35.o to SIoa0.
We are distributors for this distinctive
watch.
A. E. BURNETT, Ocala. Fla.

SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE

Under and by virtue of a final de-
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 Marion county, in chan.
cery, in a certain cause therein penr-
ing, wherein the Florida Fertili,
Manufacturing Company is comply
ant, and Cam Hodge is defendants
which said final decree I. the un-
signed special master, was named I
appointed therein to execute sait'
cree, will on
Monday, the 7th day of December, A.
D. 1908
oetwepn the hours of 11 a. in.. anld 2
ip. m.. in front of the south door of
the court house in the city of Ocala.
Marion county, Florida, offer anrid -ex-
uose for sale, and will sell, for cash.
to the highest and bes;t bldler, the
nicrtga,.ed prvnmi.es described in said
decree, to-wit: The north half in 1-.2
of northeast quarter ine 1-4). of sec-
lion thirty-three :: in township
fourteo-n ills soith. r;anit e twenty-
olIe (I as;. co(' intaillinig ,ihty i'I
acres. more or less. r so mitch there-
of as may be, ncssary to satisfy ..aidt
Ildecreo atd costs.
IL. S. BE 'K. Sp,'ia;;, :isT.r
HO('KER & DI'VAL.
11-6. (Conipalinanr's S,)nicitor.

MASTER'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that I. tbhe
undersigned special master in chan-
cery, under and by virtue of a final
dlecree entered by the Honorable W.
A. Hocker. judge of the circuit court
of the fifth judicial circuit of Florida.
in a certain cause pending in the cir-
cuit court of the fifth judicial circuit
Sin and for Marion county. Florida.
wherein C. C. Shooter was complain-
ant and John W. Dukes and Caroline
F. Dukes were defendants, will on
Monday, the 4th Day of January. A. D.
1909
at the south door of the court house
in Ocala. Florida. between tbt* legal
hours offer and expose for sale to the
highest and best bidder for cash the
following described property to-wit:
North half of lot number two of block
number twenty-five, new survey.
south, in the city of Ocala. Mariom
county, state of Florida.
LAURIE T. IZLAR.
Special Master.


DAVIS & MARTIN,
Complainant's Solicitors.


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SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE

Under and by virtue of a final de-
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 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, MU-
rion county, Florida, offer and expose
for sale, and will sell. for cash. to the
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THE EPISCOPAL BAZAR THE BIG PIANO CONTEST

The count innae Wednesday oven-
i. Iazar. which was held at the
-l a nal bank building by | 1ing in the Big Co-Operative Piano
!t... ladies of Grace Episcopal church, J Contest showed the following:
Sa-;i tbig success. iMrs. James Engesser. Ocala.... .31330
His. Iutilding was very attractively! Little Miss Freyermuth, Ocala..10120
: .;!1."I. the booths on one side and Mrs- Chas. Culbreath. Ocala.... 8291
Sh..-uppr table,, ',n he other iMrs. M. C. Looney, Ocala...... 7845
l'h.r was one booth of very beau- Miss Rexie Todd. Ocala... ....... 7540
itl' dr,',! ss ,l dolls and they found Miss Legie Blitch, Blitchton... 4950
r 'ad, -ale. Next to the dolls was Miss Ollie Weston, Ocala...... 1405
". iandv booth and the fresh home Mrs. H. C. Groff. Dallas........ 844
c..il.. .idi.-s were most delicious and Miss Genevieve Smith, Ocala... 650
ii. t'ing lim)king. Miss Annie Blair Woodrow,
,1j. ,- XT booth was a miscellean-1 Ocala........ ............. 42,
o,,.dl,.ctoil of very beautiful fancy Mrs. A. P. Monroe, Pine....... 525
*, i ,f all kinds. They were many Miss Fannie Mac Sage. Ocala.. 300
n .sa,,' novelties suitable for Miss Donella Griffin, Anthony.. 250
1 t gi. tfts and nearly all the Mrs. R. VW. Flinn, Ocala......... 200
.;- wre, disposed of. Miss Alma Lee Jordan, Pine.... 100
!h. supper was served from five Mrs. J. W. Davis, Summerfield.. 80
,, ik on and the supper was indeed M'ss Rhoda Liddon, Ocala.....
|,ldtidIdt (ie. Mrs. Grover Spencer, Ocala....
I'hh. mnu cards were a )a Shakes-1 Miss Annie Feinberg, Dunnellon
.,. atr. an.! in th. corner of the cards Miss Bdna Dozier, Ocala......
i.s IaintAd in pink roses. Mrs. Royal E. Cole, Ocala.....
Th. menu was as follows: .Miss Musie Buuoc Ocala......
'ho. Powl of the Season"-Turkey Be sure to ask for coupons when
',\l,,a'. Rye and Barley"-Bread. making your purchases of the firms
!rt,.. F.<. Smell Onions, I Shall ,whose names appear in the Piano
S\\,.,, ii, u'--Salad. IContest advertisement in another col-
a ,,i.i <'onifort" --Ice Water, etc. umn of today's paper.
Sj*.,'., to the Sweets--Cake. j If the lady of your choice has not
l I'i-h Fi' for a King"-Ha". yet been mentioned as a candidate
':,.,i,- T, o Taste"'-Cranb, rries, put it in at once.
t'ickl, -, *i I As the coupons are only good ten
11-i *'la \V Which is Too Weak to days from date of issue, be sure you
,a i:,, i-r ( Chocolate and Coffee. do not save them too long and thus
*Ihr .mer large number present make them useless to your favorite
w' ih. an;d" ;xl, the ladies of Grace candidate.
t. ;i h .-rtainl to be congratu-1 Go into Mr. Burnett's jewelry store
a'.,'.. ,oi, th siueassful culmination and take a look at the piano, which
,,!. ,.r1,.ffrts. someone is bound to get free of cost.


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T"' :;. itil,'rrs of the council of the
ij-ion,,rst' f(r Marion county, during
til. '", v.ar. made an appropriation
itf -utfli.ienti funds to erect a substan-
'ial m'losi r.-r around the city ccme-
,, str whvch the members of the
.'. ai"'.r' Association wish to ex-
**,.-' ,!,.'r .iiprecialion, and also to
'. i!. ,ir thinks to Mr. S. R. Pyles
a,.', t .*:Vr. E. T. Helvenston for their
1ir "' !ana supervision of the
, r ,. \)i% hi(b we have a handsome
,: .-ir-;iIl. t. f'tIc(. which takes int
* K ,"i\v. e (f all the white and color-t
"* la,'! Ii also encloses an addi-
,.,.l t r. I nat,,! in 1S99 by the late
I<>i i a; ..hii R pardon.
N\ a\. th. ibthis in tch Ii'eadel, V work
S," tih a' i l sitii adl, tile (Cenietery As-
* a", i; :' !'tc 'I"st tis tlat persons ipter-
' .1',1 i ahis tih ( old cenmeterv, will
*- t i,! zttifv anl mark their
" \(. i '" ie1a1,a. clean up iI heir
.* ..> "**- u; d where the fences are
a't 1. 1her renew or ta%-e
,a ', ,,' .1";-. I' re ldoes o)IIo n1ow
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MILL END GOODS ARRIVING.


MR. AND MRS. McCREARY'S SIL- 4
VER WEDDING

The G(ainesville Sun of Tuesday has
a beautiful account of the silver wed- +
ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. H. a
H. McCreary, which was a brilliant
event of Saturday night.
In part the article says:
The home was aglow with light.,
lovely flowers and good cliheer on this
happy occasion, and all seemed to
feel its influence, every face seeming i g
to wear its brightest smile. The (lay
had been as l)erfect as a dlay in June'
and the evening was all that could be I
desired. Till. ihe fan( s Jackson-
ville caterer. w;:s iii charge o f h i-

Till's 'oui-'-piece orcli.h stra. statio:nel II
at th( h lovclv' ii1;.'lc 41-iiiilg thei evnililg.
!';* .~8.": Is ;'a \v : r' ;(*',):'*( in to i 1 trol, ,ill. i)irlo r..
wIl'r .\1 r'. 1n1I4 Mrs. Mc('lreatrv. (hir
soil. i~ flrf. anad 'diimihior. Irono, \\vth
hor frieiid. Mliz.s lP .si,. Iric,. ,1 "-' -
C(0 .I. .I, s .. pf.Cfi'> ,. d i! i 'i ..:!l2 'Is.t in a
.''* C )! ~'8 ila ha);: '. '. ni *' inii W!
' 1, 1'* Ii f ii (,' ".., fh i, lin ..,'1'.', J
triinin,',I in baby Irish ins ,rtion and
fri.li ;pint IIce and (.,rr'vii:- a lo\(-ly

In il, lrai''!,, parlor aI lovely iiirei-m
'*o1u s' ]lill(' oll v O W ,as ,'- V( d
'.'he 'color ] -cleni<, of ai0 llI room-4
wa. vhite and gr' 11,iI. llantells and ia-
Idld bain t b'au1iflly nrimnie14 wit1)
'\ iI' ijal)(onicas ;indi )'OsoS. with lllg
f1'rn- lda'Cedl iill 'V(r a'vailald placee,
Ili) n ;' lv Y every rooll wevre table' ,lis- 4>
l)l;\in,!, (the ),ea liful silver Uifts irom t.
the 'riniilds of thiis mos! worthy (co(i-
l1. a. nd o a more \ ovlY collctioii
would lie hard o finldl.

MILL END GOODS ARRIVING.


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JOYFUL


STo the Good Citizens of Ocala


and


Vicinity I


The Great Railroad Wreck Sale Mana-

gers Have Decided to Remain in Ocala


17 DAYS LONGER


Owing to the tremendous rush of customers that have
attended our great slaughtering of merchandise, and not
being in a position to give each the attention that was
really necessary, and being unable to put on sale our en-


tire lot of wrecked goods, we have agreed to remain 17
days longer in order to give every man, woman and child
a chance and opportunity to purchase such goods as may
be needed.







SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5


We will place on sale SI
candise just opened.
we have marked each a
ure that they cannot h
the thousands of friend


IVENTY THREE CASES of mer-
This entire lot must go, therefore
nd every article aT such a low fig-
eip but appeal to all. We thank
Is who have called to see us since



being in your midst, and feel quite confident that you in
return ap! reciate our stay among you.




Bigger Bargains Than Ever o Plenty of Salespeople to Welt
On You o Every Purchase Guaranteed to be Satisfactory,
Or We Cheerfully Refurnd Your Money


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A Q --L sONom for and received Us appointment as
--- a special deputy sheriff for this dis-
000 a t H 0 I CU4uty trict. If that be the ease we will
W have a constable duly elected by the
I nid a bipo ier than the; registered voters, in the person of Mr.
w nety s r. Rexford Nichols. and a deputy sheriff,
9r w afth l at som e thirty appointed by our efficient high sher-
P s so wr. iff. We cannot understand why
A 6 tMit I ph-ted on a hill- IBelleview needs two state peace of-
AS ly simted I flcers. as this is one of the most
W- as- as as my hat boz that peaceful communities in the state.
*'e evetr v before. Mr and Mrs. Dudley, from Massa-
O0 08 A mst I'm nuraing, with chusettas, are here on a visit .to their
a Ithr ww k--ad cursing- son. Mr. Mauvlle A. Dudley, who is
mw big I Wa to carry 'em on one of our prosperous merchants.
tUw | Welcome. Mr. Wendell and Mi s
SW my this yvar's eom was growing lona. May your stay with us be long.
w I pulld It for a showing ( council held its regular meeting on
TI I st cold silghts for comfort Tuesday night and transacted rou-
DIwob the lut s tine business, besides assessing the


sww i potatoes ismweor*a sourre
of gVet Ow4w
AM ttptn sisale yam. I rer'ollec',.
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7VW wad Sall ai 4os.'uof tbe- kind
tow rrof wer." IMuuin


cost of the new road to the adjoining
proIrt% own r-,. Council also order-
ed a terra cotta drain placed across
th roa'lI to the driveway to Lake
Lillian
Ve .draw the line on the conibina-
tion of a squeaky well wheel and half


Agb thw tM.% Mon.- ewnt north 1 a &Iozn or more crowing roosters, all
war4 ir a ras, in mi- yar. working all day and all
M grap'frrulf tf, I amni raisin: i a .iuiih'. too It is enough to rack the
sl tht 5 *mUrr amsaztni. thst, (of nerves, and should be sup-
Wh, tb) see,' ar. beIg bg olgh to itr)s.,'d Where is our town marshal?
s&aq a gua
W iimy eir* ei itrowin bo itt SOUTH LAKE WEIR
mbke. a rvvurd abihowil n
aI a l few upward amramnbl- just Spc'ial ('or Ocala Banner:
aAfter my long absence I will en-
,,*iavor to again take my pen in hand
GW PrOM MLLEVIEW and help along my favorite paper, the
Banner


BWl CAWr OCISa RIM111ir^
on n o* jm "- --, _4 r gav an im-
oI mp s 'e---t-mlu at tbh ltown
US T ~bq'tIg a%*, which was
00 a Wvtalk m,4..., ani we hope


saw MLA --.A w wU ie as timben.v
of her son is ithe Its#. at'tendur

Or% s Pht.1 a poseatsoorixinal
bou ri".. with all th.- fer
vw a" opl of a rWI*"v.-uw' aiiow at
amitptho bit .tbithe .vtqtang who-re-n
40 ob pinrii. 0..4mdi letIII. "
41046P b@ it toK,'I o-i.' es W 4 t.
a. so-we from wh.. es,4141ii16n'tl
4W Isw&t bow Tb.' ro-a-tinusta- it


nub mad be"4 espq1404 t %#-(pa-, Ott
1pvoas wmto all awhIo behed kii1

UF CW rat Ofr gatt- a *u"IlW-r of~
an bhspbeswgrapb Ma.

JI~n' Wv 4bI'eir vq4vqvwd -hili.

-0%js" mu to rep & sMit Mi..F**M
c6Mill nub W406 mag Is g*JWf
libm* &ad 04486PA n.'mpfeg

am m f w a Mt4s ImAst Irtof

or COODW40 a" f geah.m am Val
sliili MWftardspaspleastarw'

b ~ wsfe hv e ogus. to
wfwe tbv will at" for a
4Wwoos a"dI hemprurvk I o
pe tsla f'he soMte
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Mom a" aftafim6 the#4r
-. is &&as ~100%le.of
onft00am Rod to I a"sad usnamt &I
US %mpoftftI esom sbefsod &W
Lan f" &w lbw ltw.amp# ppu
atqiis- 0m p" -
or Muowe G qAullbon made
41 60twe to (misW ftsavr
or (15k' ris smuftl as thbe
4PWSil mmonM-lk
I* bo.ewby pmwed tMal 'be
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OW wo wft Iat m- thaMe
OW 40 bill @MenAs vto. Maa
mapawor lttle tws.
IftS ena a ofthis
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sad vkW am all ti Cs -.
in a trameNOM bawe Ithe


The fruit business here this fall is
on the boom. The S. A. L. R. R., with
their very decided Improvements
mat, during the past summer, are
hianiling many carloads from our
spur


Mr% B B Ricker has returned from
Jackm)vill.,. where she spent Thanks-
Ki Inig


Mr K K Brown is enjoying a visit
trimu hib- brother and family.
We' ar. cladI to have the time arrive
sh.*n m. hay,, two mails instead of


ien.' 'clih ,lay
%Mi.. Minni. Masher of Windsor
I ANks ('oC n. arrived here on Tues-
lan when.re .he is visiting her parents
ant si.':"r who have been here for


'h lI.p t ? Vfar
Mr I.urnm I'rrv of Oxford was In


sir Itl,. ci'vy- on Monday.


,k largo' number of our people went
,,, We-irilale on Sunday and enjoyed
h. t.-ry luntorTstlng program given at
ill, tinw. hTe subject was "Temper-
al,-.. W,-iriale was assisted by
*mth lake Weir talent.
Mr Paoteur was driving about in
our burg on Monday.


LAKE WEIR W. C. T. U.


At the wucwestion of the union the
S, schoml united with the Weiredalel
scbwol last Sunday In the observance
of Temperance Sunday.
After a short session of the schools,
during which the regular lesson of
tle International series on temper-
anw was considered. an interesting
;pram was carried out, instead of
tbr regular service It was conducted
by tbe pastor. Rev. E. G. McKinley,
weo gave an address full of good sug-
Vmt o s and facts.
Mrs J Fr. Sigmon. Mise Margaret
tnmok. Miss Slimpson and Errol Reed
gave rcitatlons and Rev. Lawrence
J actertsad by his usual vigor and vim.
Pledge cards, which were numer-
ously gned. were distributed, and a
lar amountma of temperance literature

A very gratifying sum was collect-
Pd. to be used in furthering the tern-
peiance cause Some beautiful Low-
ers aa the banner won by the Lake
Weir maos at the recent state con-
Svetion. helped to adorn the church
and give pleasure to the large audi-
en pr"set
Appropriate sogs. mostly from the


"' olkletion of the W C. T. 1.. were


spending Thanksgiving with her pa- I
rents, returned to Candler Sunday af-
ternoon. Miss Gertrude, a younger
sister, accompanied her.
The county has at last gone dry!
Your correspondent is dreaming about;
the feasibility of running a "pipe line"
from the Great Lakes to his well.
VIOLA. !


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he Ocaal Banner and the Evening
tar."


"Los Kiss fairly groaned under the
spread that was as good as grace was
ever said over."
"Turkey yesterday noon; turkey
last night: more turkey (hash) this
morning. Wish Mr. and Lady Wil-
liam J. Bryarn could have been with
us."
"'Now, for the Marion County Fair."
"Every day must be a Thanksgiving
day with the Florida Times-Union of
Jacksonville. It is growing some. It
is all Florida neatly done up daily in
a lot of white sheets. Advertise Flor-
ila by sending to your far off friends
the big paper, the Los Kissan and
the Ocala Banner."
"Floridians are thankful that the
north pole is so far away from their
domain. Los Kissans are thankful
that the Oklawaha passes through the


city, giving the place the advantage
of a waterway to Port Jacksonville."
"Union services were held yester-
day in the Methodist church, corner
Avenue Lenore Grande, and San An-
nalon street."-Los Kiss Cor. in St.
Helena Irrigati-Mist.


EVINSTON, BOARDMAN AND Mc-
INTOSH


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Shipments of oranges and vegeta-
bles. such as beans, lettuce and peas,
are being made in considerable quan-
tities every day.
Mrs. Huldah Bass of Zvinston was
called to Gainesville last week to the
bedside of her sister, who was quite
ill.


Mr. and Mrs. Willis are rejoicing
over the birth of a son.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Welch are the
proud parents of a big, bouncing boy.
Rev. F. R. Bridges will hold quar-
terly conference at Wvinston tomor-
row, and unless it is too cold dinner
will be served on the grounds.
Rev. Mr. Nixon preached at the Bv-
inston school house Thanksgiving
night to a good audience.
Mr. Will Richardson left last Sun-
day for Georgia, where he will drum
for a large Atlanta firm.
Mrs. Mary Moore of .TacksoRnuvillh


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Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
A Thanksgiving greeting card has
been received from Mr. and Mrs. Aul-
ly, the newly married Los Kiss cou-
ple, who left immediately after their
wedding on a trip on the St. Johns
river and the Atlantic ocean, on the
palatial yacht Lenore. The card was
dated, Miami, November 28th. It read
as follows:
"We are still in the Magic City.
Everywhere in southern Florida is all
smiles, and it is heaven itself. En-
chantingly grand is the Magic City,
and it is wide awake, too.. The Le-
nore has been busy all day dipping
her flag in saluting the many visitors,
and in that you see Miami cordially,
very cordially gre-ets us, and bids us
to remain forever, if we wish.
"MR. AND LADY AULLY."
Miss Margia Katharine's Morning
Los Kissan was indeed very much up
to now on Friday morning in giving to
its readers the following splashes:
"Turkey and Florida were Indeed
very chummy yesterday-Thanksgiv-
ing."
"The gobbler gabled his last note
yesterday. Today we will gobble the
last portion of his bash."
"Happy days in Los Kiss."
"Now, didn't we have a glorious
time-feasting and jubileeing all day."
"Special Thanksgiving greetings to


GADSON'S


25TH YEAR SELECTING CHRISTMAS GOODS FOR THIS MARKET





FRANK P. GADSON


Commercial Bank Block.


Of The Ocala Bazaar.


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OBITUARY


Mr. Daniel Rooks died at his home
n. ar Floral City, Florida, at 2 o'clock
p. m., November 16, 1908. He was
born in Terrell county, Ga., on the 1st
day of August, 1850, moving to Flor-
ida at the age of 22 years, and settling
on what is known as "Double Ham-
mock," where he lived until his death,
honored and revered by all who i new l
him. Before he came to Florida he
had lived in Alabama. Georgia, Louis-
iana, Tennessee and South Carolina,
spending only a few years in each
state. By his energy, frugality, hon-
esty and administrative ability, he
made for himself and family a com-
fortable and happy home. He was un-
pretentious and unassuming, a friend
to all, an enemy to none, upright zo a
fault, he had a kind and gentle word
for all, an honored citizen and an ex-
emplary husband and father. He left
bis family with a comfortable home,
free from all encumberances, as he
never owed a dollar In his life.
He had never connected himself
with any church, yet he "walked in
the paths of righteousness for Jesus'
sake."
The world and church would be bet-
tiar

THANKSGIVING AT THE JAIL

To the Editor Ocala Banner:
History informs us that many years
ago the Honorable William Bradford
set apart a special day to be known
and observed as Thanksgiving day,
and ever since the good people of the
new world have so observed it as a
day of thanksgiving to the Lord for
Shis kindness in the past and looking
to Him as the Father of all Good,
and as we are a part of this new
world we must take part in the
thanksgiving and raise a song of
praise and say a word of prayer.
The prisoners, remembering this.
decided to keep the day as best they
could, being confined in Jail, but they
offered their thanks in songs and
prayer for the most of the day, and
all seemed to enjoy it very much.
But they enjoyed equally well the
nice dinner 'which was given them
by Sheriff Galloway, and they take
this as an opportunity to thank him,
also to thank the colored Presbyter-
ian church for the nice oranges, ap-
ples and sugar cane, which they so
generously gave to make them happy.
Presbyterians are good people, and
I will join the prisoners in giving
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A FAMILY RE-UNION AND BIRTH-
DAY CELEBRATION

On Thursday. November 26th. there
was a family re-union and birthday
celebration at the home of Mr. aad
Mrs. C. C. Priest in Anthony.
The birthday celebration was Is
honor of Mr. Priest's sixty-ecoad
birthday. The children and graad
children of Mr. and Mrs. Priest gath-
ered at their home Thursday morning
When the noon hour arrived, a Am
dinner was spread, and we all -HJy-
ed greatly the many good thlip that
were there to eat.
Those who were present were Mr
and Mrs. C. C. Priest,, Mr. aad Mrs
Lee Priest and their four chUrm,
Mr. and Mrs. John Priest sad eld.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Priest sad
three children, Mr. and Mrs. J. R
Irby and their two children, Mr. Crl
Priest and Mr. Edwin Priest.
When the hour for departure emm
we all left, feeling that we ha I-
deed spent a very pleasant day. sad
one long to be remember.
ONE WHO WAS PRZSENT

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SPECIAL.-Taffeta Silk. 3o inches wide. guaranteed, all colors, only 98c a yard
53t-inch fancy Panamas and Serges, in all shades, only 98c a yard.


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ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF THE


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:COMMENCES THURSDAY, DEC.


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And Continues Until Closing Hours Dec. 24th.


Rtmber, thousands and thousands of dollars' worth of Mill End goods to be slauc

This is the greatest opportunity ot the year to secure new merchandise at a sacrifice
mis? it. Be here Thursday, Dec. 10th, and every day thereafter for 15 days0 N

gains placed on sale each day. Our policy of refunding money for every dissatisfied p

also holds good during this sale, We will cheerfully refund money for every purcha

Sso desired.


Here are Some of the Many Mill End BarEains:


ghtered,

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'>.' Hieav.' Ribbed Hose. size to 8..
Boys. i,'avy Ribbed Hose. size to Q. 1-2
9,4-1 yvds Embroidery......... ....
Single Blankets.... ... ...........
.Mi.^ss' Hose. 5 to 7 1-2 ...... ......
IAidies' Hose. run of the mill........
Children's Hose. 8 to 9...... .......
lailles' Capes, nicely Beaded and
Trimmed, worth $2.50, at........
Australian Wool Blankets. 11-4.....
Wool Finish Blankets, 11-4..........
Ladies' Waists. Odds and Ends Out-
ing. Flannels. Flannelette, Calico,
Sateen and a few Velvet ones. Some
are worth $1, only..............
Finest Quality Mercerized Waistings.
worth double, at 8, 10, 12, 14, 19 and
Calico Prints, only 10 yards to one


customer......


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Standard Sheeting...............
Apron Check Gingham... ... ......
Good Quality Huckrowels........
Men's Handkerchiefs..............
3W. Rockland full size Sheeting....
Good Quality Outing..............
Table Oil Cloth............ ....
Heavy Weight Drilling............


IOc
12c
7 c

25c
5c
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$1
$1
$1


Six Spools Coats' Thread.. .........
Soft Finish Bleaching... ... ... ...
Six Spools J. 0. King's Thread.. ..
Ladies' Muslin Night Gowns, upwards
from ......... ........... ... ... .....
Ladies' Drawers, upwards from.....
Marcella Garments, upwards from...
Heavy Fleeced Underwear..........
Boys' 2-piece Suits, 9 to 10.........
All Wool Blue Serge Suits, 7 and 8..
Boys' 3-piece Suits, 16 and 17.....
Boys' Suits. Knickerbocker Pants,
Belt on Coat....................
Boys' Black and Blue Worsted and
Serge Pants, all sizes up to 17....


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15c
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Buster Brown Suits.. .. ..........
Men's Pants, latest color and patterns
half and full English............
Knee Pants, all sizes and colors, plain,
military and knickerbocker,,. ...
Men's Good Quality Wool Finish
Pants, Side Buckles and Belt Straps
Men's Pants, all good patterns, well
made, worth double..............
Negligee Dress Shirts, pretty patterns
Coat Shirts, $1 values..............
Men's Elastic Seam Drawers, 50c. val-


23c
5c
9c

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15c


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$1 25
$1 49
$2 98

$2 98


98c
98c


$2 98


19c

69c


$1 49
37c
59c


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Chamois Brand Hats, made by Jno.


Chamois Brand Hats, made by Jno.
B. Stetson, worth $3............
Boys' Hats. 75c. values.. .........
Men's Oxfords in Patent, Vici, Tan
and Gun Metal. Good Year Welt.
$3 and $3.50 values. Some are W.
L. Douglass $3.50 Oxfords........
Men's High Top Swell Crest and Jack-
son Shoes, $3.50 values.. .. ......
$4 and $5 King Quality and $4 and $5
Star 5-Star White House Shoes....
$4 Snow Shoes, all Leathers and
Shapes.... ......... ...... ....
Ladies' Good Year Welt Oxfords, Pat-
ents, sizes 3 1-2 to 5 1-2, worth $2.50
Genuine Dongola Kid, all sizes and
styles...... ... ........ . .. .
Ladies' High Top Patent and Gun
Metal Shoes, $2.50 values........
Odds and Ends Ladies' and Children's
Oxfords and Shoes, all Leathers..
Men's Satin Calf and VicI Shoes, $1.50
and $1.75 values.... ...........


Suspenders,
Suspenders,


15c. kind........ ......
25c. kind........ ......


Suspenders, 50c. kind.. ............
Genuine Presidents at..............

50c. Four-in-Hand Ties, 3 for $1....


Wright's Health Underwear.......
$1.50 All Wool Sweaters............


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$1 98
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$2 39

$2 98

$2 98

$1 48

$1 39

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lal -iin away
-',,h1 hv their One ot the wonderful wrk u: r
, j'iT ii.. their generation has ut been accum
polished on the 1.ast Coast of Florida


and done Eo well that the road on the
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came ani( lived wOIn 11ie men anl, puni-
lished a four-column story with pho-
iograplhs, which, under ordinary cir-
oumstalnces, would have reassuredl
the public. The state of Florida sent
trusted agents, and the investigations
resulted in the same unstinted conim-
mendlations of the manner in which
ilie hundtreods of men were treated and
wor'klcd. The Florida Editorial Asso-
(ciation went and saw and was con-
vined(l aiid said so.
Th(eni the agents of the government
1(lok their charges into the federal
coiirls--the charges were thrown out
by the jurors with the approval of the
cour. Thie prosecuting officer refus-,
ed o10 endorse the charges of the wit-
ness aind the administration was conm-
peiul 10 send special representatives
to( keep the charges going and to talk
torI publication.
Finally the charges were carried to
New York and indictments were se-
,reurd belfor- a grand jury. These
charges have now been thoroughly
sifted before a federal judge in New
York. with the result that the court
assures ilie prosecution that if it
coul l)e pI)ossible to secure a verdict
)ni 1hie evidence l)resented it "would
i nm.,diately set such verd ict aside."
Tilt, quest ion remains: Wha; was
the motive for all this agitation and
why were the false representations
piersisted in for years under every


! PROFESSIONAL CARDS

:w. H. POWERS, M. 0.
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON


OCALA,
i 0CALA,


Office Yonge Block.
-FLORIi)A


. D. FULLER.


DENTIST.

Over Munroe & Chamblrs"' Bank
)CALA, .... FLORIDA


. E. CHACE, D. D. 8.

DENTIST.

Holder Block.
)CALA, -


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.'.. h,.n .t cram. to mak- : have stock' the onslaught of one of the -
T i., '. 'i) 'r,# ril: of their IiOSt severe hurricanes without d(am- R
1, I sI I I i. *. ',*!.,. 1, re-, age-all the inferences and calcula-
i ai! !*,. vli hey h*v.were tions are that a new mark has been
,. ,, ,rkii : on the :, t in road construction. It is the|
.a -first chapter in the application of a
'. V.ila Et Co as Extn- new material and a new principle- C
,,.,- ,', .., th. Flrila state 'the work itself is even more of aj
S, ...,- .ff,-r.., ', he railroad, promise for the future than a feat of
I' l it 1 ,, ;. i i'- o n -onstrue- the present.
.., ,..k uhit toi letting a single Except as a crowning triumph of
V ., "-,. I *h, of .*.ry convict un- science and a demonstration of theI
,, r.,,-n*C@ lia! thi- ,offer been ac- material in the light of a new appli- c
*.. ",I 't.,* t.iati luild have hAd a cation, there has been nothing new. _
siaft, 1.1in r mtnitr of mnen at work at The labor was recruited on the old E
'4,r, 4,..n*. a ( ati.ti ,fl a single, hit of labor, hor center of the country-because
'h he-n the. irup'.ion was outlined the climate was a trying one and the
Mr Flaxel.r bh hi- representatives character of the work new, extraor-
.-.-Iru..d ti uil-I the- road by any dinary pains were taken with the diet (
ta. t,- .'hh.-r han fre American la- of the men and the sanitation of the
re.r ai. h.- ..rk of bringing in this camps-the character of the camps- E
it-4.r ao, h-gun At first the men the character of the labor and the
a ro- Ii si11 405 a dtay. and had to manner of handling it could be dupli-
tnake 'ho-ir cntributions toward their cated wherever like work was being
.,n ..nmitsary department. This, done in the country.
a.- max found early in the proceeding. Why, then, have officials of the gov. (
* a unasatistactory. and within a eminent persistently sought to scat-
',h,.r' tlimp th, railroad was paying a ter rumors and reports to drive the
noitilmuo of 1 &VI a day to its men labor away, to excite public opinion
and was providing them with their against the work, and to delay or hin-
fnmod and quarters. Figures connect- -der the work in every possible way?
-d withb th. work show that it has Why have men and a woman, holding
crast the company $1.08 a day to feed commissions from the government,
,.- hu man .niployvd and both Gener- threatened the managers of this labor, C
a!- Shatuc and Brooks of the United stirred up the men by all sorts of rp-
sta,.&-e arm) y(m tours of Inspection prehensions as to their safety, inter- ]
>.. h#. work. declared that the tani- fered with their families to whom re-
tar, fOnditiona of the camps and of mittances were regularly made and
the- otnimiaariat for the men were finally taken charges into court while
-,,'.r than wa, to be found in the the Associated Press was "taken into
r.evuar united States army. confidence" and induced to send
i- t. a glnificant fact that while charges entirely unjustified by the
eh. ib-called Ilwnage cases were facts broadcast through the country?
.-.*nding tin the. United States court As soon as the company heard
f,1i) i.M%. Ie-tters were received by the-e rumors it sent in a request that
,he mo-in (.barge of the construction the federal bureau of commerce and
mrk and of the litigation, written by labor investigate and report-it did
nk-V u ihad b*4-n engaged In build-.so, and the reports-not one, but
ins theo. r(4 and who voluntarily of- two-are on file to testify that all was
t.-r.. ithe-ir ,.wri.-s as witnesses to regular, square and above board.
tedll of he condition of the camnips and These investigations were made by
,of h- sork The government; on the men commissioned by the bureau, and
l.ah., hati. hadl to( pay expensive one of them without the knowledge
i, i,.ale hargem and exl|nse accounts of the company. The reports contin-
,or waro ,-i- tine.t,.s that its attor- ued and the whispers were circulated
I',.s t.i.ught from long dlistances.'at the homes so that the families of
v -.,,,..i..u ,,.t.,ahlishing so much as the laborers were alarmed; the com-
., ,l] ictg). rf -i: t.iantiation for its!
pany asked that the home paper in-
'' ''*'" vestigate, and a trusted member of
life' %41 ,.t,! :\ it,,.i c nnoeetion with
,. o'..i : connectt ion withnthe saff of the Philadelphia Inquirer!
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Piano contest coupons issued on
cash purchases of 50( cents and
ward; also on all accounts made
fore No'vember :., 1908.


all
up-
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HOLDER BLOCK.

A. E. BURNETT


JEWELRY, SILVER AND
WARE, PHONOGRAPHS
SUPPLIES


GLASS-
AND


Coupons issued on all cash tansac-
tions except for Phonographs. Phono-
graph Records and Repair Work. No
coupons for accounts made after No-
vember 2:P.

MERCHANTS' BLOCK.

0. K.GROCERY


OTAS! OATS!


loon hb11helh Tmnrov-l


STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
FREE DELIVERY

Co-Operative Piano Contest Cou-
pons will be given on all cash pur-
chases of over 50 cents. No weekly or
t .


HARNESS, ETC.

Coupons will be given for all m
purchases ,after this date; also
settlements on accounts made behM
November 23.

NORTH OF COURT HOUSL

R E. YONGE A SON


PLUMBERS
FINE


AND GAS FTTEIM,
BATH TUBSA
SPECIALTY


riano Contest Coupons issued a 1
all (cash transactions of One Dofl~ ^
and upward. including settlpnemnas m
accounts made before November 2I&

SOUTH MAIN STRgg

GUARANTEE CLOTHING &
SHOE CO.

MEN'S SUITS. OVERCOATS, HAT&
AND SHOES, SUIT CA#-IW
ETC.. ETC.

WVill gi , co pl,,nS L;o-)i to vote b
Piano Contest for eery- cr*nt pai QVQr
the counter. including settlement 61f
accounts male e before November '

OCALA HOUSE BI.CTFe

MISS MARY AFFLECK


UP-TO-DATE MILLINERY,
BROIDERIES, LACES,
RIBBONS, ETC.


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PALL FERTILIZERS

Don't let your trees become exhausted. Give them food
for the roots to assimilate through the winter to supply the
first impulse ot spring growth. Nothing can be better for
them than our

IDEAL FRUIT AND VINE MANURE
OR

SPECIAL FRUIT AND VINE MANURE
Spalding's Rose Nop. .
CHOICE SEED POTATOESRed Bliss Triumph.
Write for booklets: How and When to Fertilize Citrus
Trees. Pineapple Fertilizing. Irish Potatoes..
Florida Strawberries. Ideal Fertilizers.
Call on our local agents,
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VETERINARY SURGEON

Opposite Banner Office
AJ FLORIDA


E. W. DAVIS.

ATTORNEY AT LAW

Gary Block.
)CALA, FLORIDA

DR. L. F. BLALOCK.

DENTIST

Office over Commercial Bank


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HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND ___' _
SURGEON
SRO THE OCALA BANNER

Office: Second floor Munroe & Cham-i
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telephones: Office, 154; residence. 45. Uneqealed in Central Florida as an Advertising MCdha
Office hours: 9 to 12 a. ni.; 2 to 4 P.
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MILL END SALE AT THE GLOBE or Weekly, advertising and job printing accounts.

WOLF & HEINTZ KNIGHT & LANG

BAKERS OF ALL KINDS OF BUGGIES, FARM AND TURPISI
BREAD. FANCY CAKES, TINE WAGONS, SADDLES


PIES, ETC.

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purchases made at this store, as well
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NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
i MEETING

I N'i(ce i. hereby given that a spe-
vial meeting of the stockholders of
the Florida Power Company, a cor-
poration under the laws of the state
of Florida. is hereby called to be held
and will be held at the office of the
company, on Monday, the 14th day of
I)D'cember. A. D. 1908. at eleven o'clock
a. m.. for the purpose of voting upon
the following proposed amendment to
the charter of said Florida Power
Company, namely:
To amend said charter by adding
at the conclusion of the second para-
graph of Article Two of said charter,
the following:
":. This corporation and the pres-
ildent and directors thereof shall have
and exercise the right of eminent do-
main. and the right to condemn pri-
vatey property for the use of this com-
pany. pursuant to the constitution
and! tOh laws of the state of Florida,
awd may exercise such right in any
and all cases where the exercise of
such right is deemed necessary and
proper by the president and board of
directors in conducting, maintaining
or operating any public works which
this company, by its charter, is au-
thorized to conduct: and the said
corporation -hall also have the right
,)o ,xercis< the right of eminent do-
main and condemn any and all lands
which may be affected by, or may be
nec,(siary for the construction of any
dam huilt, or to be built for the pur-


btat. Militia


* & S O N undersigned, as special master in acres sold from the said grant to
chancery, will on Wiles, this land hereby conveyed to
Monday, the Fourth Day of January, be all that part of the Thos. Clarke
S A. D., 1909. grant conveyed it. mortgage dated
during the legal hours of sale. will of- March 3rd. 1890, from Chas. W. White
f~ Afer for sale at the south door of the to the Passumpsic Savings Bank, and
F LA. court house in Ocala. Marion county, Idescribed in Marion county. Florida,
Florida, and will sell to the highest Book S, page 370, situate in Marion
and best bidder for cash. the follow- county, Florida, or so much of said
ing described property, described in' tracts of land as may be necessary to
said final decree, to-wit: satisfy said final decree and costs.
Tt lnof J ad The southeast quarter of the south- JOSEPH BELL,
est line1 o oys an east quarter of the northeast quarter Special Master in Chancery.
i 1of section 6, township 13, south, range 0. T. GREEN,
iOcala. COme in 21, east. or so much thereof as may be Complainant's Solicitor. 11-27
necessary to satisfy said final decree'
and costs. JOSEPH BELL. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
Special Master in Chancery.
0. T. GREEN. Notice is hereby given that under
SComplainant's Solicitor. 11-27 and by virtue of'a certain final de-
cree, rendered on the 14th day of No-
n nn .2._SHERIFF'S SALE vember, 1908. by the Honorable W. S.
SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE By virtue of an execution issued Bullock, Judge of the Circuit Court of
South of the circuit court of Marion the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Under and by virtue of a final de- county. Florida, of date 14th day of in and for Marion County.. in chan-
cree rendered on October 19th, A. D. November, 1905, in favor of Piedmont cery. in a certain cause therein pend-
1908 by the Honorable W. S. Bullock, Mt. Airy Guano Company, against ing, wherein John R. Williams is corn-
judge of the circuit court of the fifth George Close, I will expose for sale, plainant, and Charles W. White. Na-
Judiftcialcircuitof uthesae of Florida and sell to the highest bidder, for tional Bank of the State of Florida.
judicial circuit of the state of Florida,n cash, at the west door of the oourt The Travellers Insurance Company.
cenry, in a certain cause therein pend- house in Ocala, Marion county, Flor- Ella 0. Brown, Mary K. Orr, James
ing, wherein the Florid Fertilizer ida, on M. Smith and James 0. Johnson. 1.
Manufacturing Company is complain- The First Monday in December, 1906, R. Williams and Horace Drew, as ex-
antand B. Baldwin is defendant, in between the hours of 11 a. m., and 2 ecutors of the estate of George R.
which said final, decree I, the under- p. m.. the following described rmal es- Fairbanks, deceased, are defendants,
sig spidfalmsterew aende tate: tha undersigned, as special master in
signed special master was named and Lots number nineteen and twenty, chancery, will on
appointed therein to execute said de- of that portion of Catalina de Jesus Monday, the Fourth Day of January.
Mondaycree, will on of D m r AHuyuelos Grant, In township fifteen, A. D., 1909,
Monday, the 7th dayof December, A. south, range twenty-one and twenty- during the legal hours of sale. will of-
between the hours of 11 a. ., and 2 two, east, according to the survey and fer for sale at the south door of the
between the hours ofte a.um.handrf2 plat thereof by James L. White, re- court house in Ocala, Marion county.
p.he c ourt house inof the south door of corded in Miscellaneous Book A, page Florida, and will sell to the highest
Maron county, Florida, offer and ex 341. in the clerk's office of said coun- and best bidder for cash, the follow-
pose for sale, and will sell, for cash, ty, containing fifty acres, more or ing described property, described *i
to the highest and best bidder, the less, and also on the two certain said final decree, towit:
mortgaged premises described in said acres belonging to George Close, ly- Beginning at a point 13 chais M
decree, to-wit: Commencing at the ing and adjoining the said lot twenty, southeast and 50 deg, 30 min est
southeast corner of the northwest on the east of said lot, in section thir- I north 58.57 chains from the southwet
quart er of the northeast quarter of ty-one, township fifteen, south, range corner of the Thos. Clarke grant.
quartr of he n rtheat qurter f tw nty-t o, est. tence north, 43 deg, 3 i. es
section 28, in township 14, south, twenty-two, east. thence north 43 deg 30 min, eM
range 21, east, running thence north Levied upon as the property of 21.86 chains, east 5.60 chains, north
10 chains, thence west 10 chains George Close, and subject to the mort- 43 deg. 30 min east 6.24 chains, south
thence south 10 chains, thence east gage of said Close to William Fur- 40 deg, 30 min, east 11.24 chains, south
10 chains, to p. o. b.. containing 10 ness. of date the second of April, 1894, 49 deg, 31 min, west 11.28 chains.
acres, more or less. Also southwest recorded in mortgage book number thence north 40 deg. 30) min. west 26
quarter of the northwest quarter of 28. page 307, of said clerk's office. links, thence north 49 deg. 31 min,
section 27, in township 14. south, range JOHN P. GALLOWAY. west 4.49 chains, north 40 deg. 30 min,
21, east, containing 40 acres, more or Sheriff of Marion County. Florida. west 95 links, north 50 deg. east 0.7f
less. Also one dark bay mare mule, 11-6-5tw. chains, north 4') deg, 31 min, west 10
named "Daisy," about 12 years old. chains, thence south 50 deg, west 10
Also six head of stock cattle, marked NOTICK chains, thence south 40 4g, 30) ml.
under bit and upper bit in left ear and Of Application for 'Pax Peed Under ea.t 10.% ) hiain, south 4 deg, 31
c.n.th -,.i,. boht P ,n ,1. Section N of Chapter 48S0,, Laws mln. west 10 chains, north 40 deg, 31


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S NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE

NXot:c is hereby given that under Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a certain final 1e-andI b)v virtue oft a certain final de-
cree. renderedl on th.- 14th day of No-
venier. 1 venihoer. 19o0s. by th.,., Honorable \V S. I
Bullock. .Juldg ot .'he Circuit Co'irt of vetItber. 190s. by the Honorable W. S.
the Fifth Judlicial Circuit of Florida. Bultle,. .iidze of the Circuit Court of
in and for Marion County.. in cha- the ;ifth Judlicial Circuit of Florida,
;cery. in a certainn ise lST herein ponfl- in :.id for Marion ('oun:y.. in chan-
ing. wherein John R. \Williams is (con- erv. in a certain cause thherein pend-
plainant. and Charles W. White. Na- ing. where' John R. Williams is corn-
tional BanK of the State of Florida. plainant. and Charles \V. White. the
The Travellers Insurance Company.; Consolidated Chititu Company the
Ella 0. Brown. M.ary K. Orr. James National Bank of the State of Flor-
M. Smith and James 0. Johnson. E. R. ida, the Travellers Insurance Corn-
Williams and Horace Drew. as execu- pany. Ella 0. Brown. Mary K. Orr.
tors of the estate of George R. Fair-tjpanEl M. Smith and .James 0. John-
h01^. ^ ^ ^i^0^ RJalr*mes M. Smith and .James O. John-
banks, deceased. and the Consolidat. son. E. R. Williams and Horace
ed Chititu Company, are defendants. Drew. executors of George R. Fair-
the undersigned, as special master in banks, deceased, are defendants, the
chancery, will on undersigned, as special master ia
Monday, the Fourth Day of January, chancery, will on
A. D., 1909, Monday, the Fourth Day of January,
during the legal hours of sale. will of- A. D., 1909.
fer for sale at the south door of the during the legal hours of sale, will of-
court house in Ocala. Marion county, fer for sale at the south door of the
Florida, and will sell to the highest court house in Ocala, Marion county,
and best bidder for cash, the follow- Florida. and will sell to the highest
ing described property. described in and bet bidder for cash, the follow-
said final decree, to-wit: Ing described property, described In
Beginning at the southwest corner said final decree, to-wit:
of section 28, township 12. south, All that certain tract, piece or par-
range 22, east, run thence east 10 cel of land described, designated as
chains, north 10 chains, west 24 follows: The northwest quarter and
chains, south 10 chains, east 14 chains the northwest quarter of the south-
to point of beginning, situate in Ma- west quarter of section 36. township
rion county. state of Florida, or so 12, south of range 21, east; also the
much thereof as may be necessary to Thos. Clark grant, excepting one hun-
satisfy said final decree and costs. dred acres sold to Breyfogle. and sev-
JOSEPH BETA,. enty acres sold to Wiles. intending to
SpecialOMaster in Chancery. Describe the same property conveyed
0. T. GREEN.t9by deed from Eliza A. Commander to
Complainant's Solicitor. 11-27 the Alachua Improvement Company.
tl-e said deed being recorded in deed
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE book "T," page 84. in the office of the
clerk of the court in Marion county.
Notice is hereby given that under Florida.
and by virtue of a certain final de- Also the west half of section 35.
cree. rendered on the 14th (day of No. township 12, south, range 21. east. all
vember, 1908, by the Honorable W. S. in Marion county, state of Florida.
Bullock, Judge of the Circuit Court of Also thbe following described parcel
the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, of land which will be sold separate
in and for Marion County,, in chan- from the above described land. to-wit:
cery, in a certain cause therein pend- Beginning at northwest corner of
ing, wherein John R. Williams is corn- southeast fourth of section 25, town-
plainant, and Charles WV. White. Na-' ship 12. south, range 21, east. run-
tional Bank of the State of Florida, ning thence south 660 feet. east 523
The Travellers Insurance Company, feet, north 661) feet and west 52S feet
Ella 0. Brown, Mary K. Orr. ,James! to place of beginning, containing
M. Smith and James 0. Johnson. E. R. i eight acres: also northwest fourth
Williams and Horace Drew, execu-! of section 36. and west half of section
tors of the estate of George R. Fair-,;.5, in township 12. south, range 21,
banks, deceased, The Consolidated east. Also all of the Thos. Clarke
Chititu Company, and Thomas P. Den- grant. except one hundred acres own-
ham, as trustee, are defendants, the! ed by W. L. Breyfogle, and seventy
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hih autl ,inging at the ropes to! A LETTER FROM THE GENTLEM
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11 ,hi. tint' the- party was sixteen MOUS OLD TREE IN FRON
iti.- into th- '(Glades. having then
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tr isrofth.r from Billy Roberts. a Semi- Graham of the Marion county Camp
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0- I ,1 i IP nilI-.' from t'he coast.
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dB ...-, ,, h,,'Wati,'%, ,0olt .,* rcmp from Chokoloskee Island was
t. **t. *..t nA.,*bb 'th* hdnilrdhs of snakes killed. H
0 hei' .'am o1 r hai,. ,l-". i-.e. f,,r I 'ai' Mitller killed a hattlesnake about
on" be ,0 < Uf.@ Wf. ,,t.*-, ,, fe vt an four inches in length,
* ,rt 1111f 1 '., ith*, wt>l f,.r th. .onitailnlng thirteen rattles. This
i ome ite ,0-d of.i L.* 1 i- 1 11.clImen Mr Miller brought home.
Imrmai .mba-r IN,,m i u h. n( t'e loKzns of moccasins and copperheads
e toa auaythig mt ,-arth [ ,. were killed, and many other speci-
sw *vm. mwe to tkill the- oi the-. nie.nsa of the harmless variety seen
I %oiia s g w- eve- r trong-r thal l,'iring the trip
s h,, s v I6w d d tWh "for fallen Hi lly Roberts. the Seminole Indian,
-m m w OU 1h 4N1l o) to was bitten on the instep by a large
If l *" Mfor toh l<,. ,,f moccasin. the fangs penetrating
M Why 4.s we wive0 *4 14v tlough thick leather shoe. An ap-
wr to 0 'ew o eki-t s4 f n- %. 'lealiaion of turpentine was made to
g inin ey that tor w,h'rs. the wound and later snake-bite medi-
wv es awsm,r. Is ., f1 nic.Ily rlne was applied by members of the
14 pr ed it ,that th.y ma) Imrty Billy suffered no great incon-
be emtwtal %. wW happy We calm v ence from the bite. and took it
6i kv, kas grOeetr Imfluen'" elthib.r an an every-day affair.
k .SI I,0f1 thala aanyhiag og0 As soon as camp was made, the
Wth IA1.,- t ourh a g'ant I-,w-r hunters started out In search of big
I- i .ts1,a. 'o gatho-r stre-aIth frum wame. And they were successful, for
et,,n.,,i an.' from rmv d!ISul during tbhe tour. ten deer fell under
IV 14 rr t oo. gIater might the aim of the hunters, and nine wild
TW t. oW ho. t (fre-sisttag it t.turkeys were bagged. A large num-
a a, watrlce tithe Ispo t %Uat Take. iber f quail. doves and jack-enipe
6. ia, MW awhat howo of the! ,-re also k .illed, and the hunters
6 `IAe 1 mWh 6 re4nin. and tItate that the Everglades in that par-
G aam4 .-ruer.rrr 'hat it &p.'l. all lcular section is full of all kinds of
ft bt o .. an.. d -- t.l. u. tbink game" The high water prevented, to
dpo tM. .ee a& greatt d.d.. a grolt degree, the further success
S ca4 ro m usnm.a rlav Into a. of the hunters. It was almost impos-
N sible for them to approach a deer
on. f sonow k.w e wish 10throubh the water without being de-
*ON tho 0P9061- 8 sl6.ially-that tested by those wily animals, and
e b vour e |heart$ into bta, when once detected by the deer, the
s wolf M kw '^to o flowan or" hunters turned elsewhere.
P e ad asmome as to uake At Chokoloskee two more members
wallm"0 0# t ahr i fr )ooned the hunting party. Messrs.
af t.6hr's hm,- 8 ,l ta belaughter Ward Roberts and J. Mathews, thus
&o al tl ..t t dtwIts. of making In all, sixteen In camp. One
,o, rilmdh ,me 1 anto ,, ," .th- of the features of the camp life was
ow &"I rwto ,I i,.^1mo., an altar that for only two nights were all the
ar.me- wti shbal ltit*r all the memlters In camp. Five of the party
e.-. *m.t 4.tilbt.. ,of ,11 family ri-la I w'r lost two days, and at other
te lg'I4 '1 41 10th* un of lf. mP '1 time-s during the hunt. other members
.m.a.a ' mn.v ant .lo.t n,i .re. ht for hours. and only found
aarfti- a*t St- alt.-.' 0 't4 fli 4i n,,i after miles and miles of travel.
I h '. 1. .' t' .,., lif. ,Th 1 .',r a tho, hunters hunted a dry
S. '. , 1 1' Ve',., .I ii ; t and there' slept till daylight next
Vi,..... -+, ,. .'h.,, a t18 The' I ams-' in their possession
Sv.n.. ', .vIII#. r ,*ol ther we',11. and tired and hun-
Kr, a th,,y 'A.-re meat without salt
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1% %%;1- %6,, 1 a 'cl,ta.t le.
0t jai ... . 0. '+ *I w pT,.rt', c of the hunters dur-
. $.lg a,, '. ,' ni, their srav iin tho Everglades was
tt I,, t,. l ,,, ':*(, i~a. ,,f v ,' -.
I N iIla, fo! r.lo-I and everyone in the par-
.' ... >. ,a, : t1 ."i.* in weight and experience.
h.. I S b \ ,, 1 L" ,. ,Q'. trst hunting party from
,. \i' ,?t;, ', \ i?'-it that particular sec-
',, ,.t ,th,- Everglades. and they as-
h-* -' II o( wish to have a genuine
i, h a,, a .len.e wilderness of saw-
h,,. ., -- ah,.\ will fin'l it thirty-six miles
tI, a ,i.t a t ot ('hokoloskee.
MILL INO SALE AT TH( GLOBE
MILL END SALE AT THE GLOBE


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THE NEGRO'S THANKS

\h.'n persimmons wrinkle in the
'.r' atiiil th#' candIy oozed out, when
I:. .rrieos turn to sugar, then the


i.--,iin, walks about, and the cur that
-I i ;,' ,, in.'tie.-s while the summer's
-., tAI;- lh, knows hi. time has come
... i'ir thi- s'unips, anI find meat for
S '"'. ,"'. "" Anl!, the nigger digs his 'ta-
'; i- .aaIl sp r';.l's ihetn in the sun. lihe
-" .. ,iii t;, fr c chicken. and he
' '. 1 iii- u ik ind{loi ': lie pets his
* a '" ,..! -',ntl-- tl:-.' nighi in looking
-' 1 .0 h a* a pi't- \'er tar than any-
1 .I l filI\. I pl" row or steal.
a < ,I,-a,,, n i ,a in gravy, flanked
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ly received from him the following
letter, which we know will be of in-
terest to our readers:

Palmetto, Fla., Nov. 26, 1908.
Mr. L. M. Graham:
Dear Sir-Your favor of the 6th
inst., is at hand and contents duly no-
ted, and in reply will give you the his-
tory of our first settlement in Florida. I
Father came to Florida in 1841,
driving his cattle and hogs, and made
camp at where now stands Ocala. He
found an old Indian there who was
nearly dead, and did die a few days
a ter father found him. The Indian
could speak but a few words of En-
glish, but from what father could
make out the Indian ha( had a fight
with a panther, and that was the
cause of his death. Father took care
of him while he lived and buried him
under the old oak tree at the south-
east corner of the court house yard
after his death. As well as he could
make out his name was "Ocala," and
therefore father named the place for
him.
In 1842 he went back to Georgia
and brought his family, and we lived
in one of the government houses at
Fort King until be built a house and
located land two miles from Ocala. I
was then six years old. I lost my


WOBBLING ON A LEADING ISSUE

The Ocala Banner does not want
fish for one section and fowl for the
other in the matter of tariff protec-
tion for all parts of the country and
answers a recent query of The Jour-
nal on that question as follows:
"The Ocala Banner Is opposed to
the policy of protection from "kiver
to kiver." It regrets to see any dem-
ocrat favoring a protective tariff for
the sake of protection. It, however,
thinks that if protection is to become
the settled policy of the nation that
there should be no sectional discrim-
inations. All farm products and
manufactured articles should be pro-
tected impartially. There should be
no favors shown. Fish should not be
made of the products of one section
and fowl of the products of the other.
Every manufacturer and every
farmer, north and south, should be
fed out of the same spoon. If there
is to be a tax on wool there should
also be a tax on cotton; if a tax on
apples, there should be a like tax on
oranges, and so on. In a republic
like ours there should be no favorites
and no favoritism-no special lpriv-
ileges granted to any.


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a very healthful state at the close. Re-
ceipts continue good. But for that the
existing demand would probably be
sufficient to stimulate values some-
what. As it is the indications are re-
garded as in every wise favorable for
a continuance of the existing, or the
establishment of a higher, lev.l of
values for turps.
"European buyers are still some-
what wary," said Mr. Julius Schwarz
yesterday, "and are still doubtless en-
tertaining hopes of a reaction in the
market in favor of the consumer. Af-
ter so long a run of low values as we
have had in turps this summer and
fall it is not at all unreasonable for


wiu nis composure undisturbed for'
John D. is a very smart man and a
match for any lawyer in the country.
His conscience is easy, his mood is
philanthropic and he feels that he has
d(lone good to his fellow man with his
vast wealth according to his means
But there is no flavor in his goodness '
None of the incomparable joy of giv-
ing a cup of cold water to the thirsty
d(lying of thirst. His large benefac-
tions are simply financial transze-
tions on a great scale, which mn:y
help some poor agonized soul in thie
depths of despair or they may not --
he knows nothing about that and per-
haps cares less. But if he wants to


HAYTI CHANGES GOft

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If the tub is not permitted to stand the consumers abroad to hesitate a realize the ineffable glory of doing .,h .,.
on its own bottom, then every tub little about following upward move- good to the suffering in a direct and 'l win ,i V W ,hui
should receive the same measure of nients. But as the permanence of the practical way without a thought (f ,CO lVl Nfinown V06
protection." higher values becomes more apparent reward except that which comnies fr.m 1,011.,. ntii he 4ai t is*
We observe that our wise, grave this inclination is apt-to give way to a sad-faced woman smiling through ciit. tnll ho hadel te
and thoughtful contemporary adheres one more favorable to active trading her tears or some other of Go'l s poor that Mr tv..nl t wilm |
faithfully and tenaciously in theory to in the article and the volume demand all around him, let him take this al- 'thati I +.' I.-i h 1 o Im
th.? good old democratic doctrine of will increase." vice from the Memphis Commercial (1 t- hs W
tariff for revenue only, but insists This week has not seen any espe- Appeal: tr pathr- +Ihwk l-
that while the great national chicken cial activity in turpentine in a domes- "Some night in New York. whe.n .O a i t at qviart'r pea l
pie is being sliced up and handed tic way," said Mr. Armand Chapeau. the air is heavy and gray. an.! like ,hl, tV inut. vr atl
around we should have our share in discussing conditions of the mo- lead. if he will take a basket of foo.l _,
along with the rest. ment, "but there has been a decidedly on his own arm. put the love of (;)d S1;ri l ,,sn Mr RBar'.a m
at;,ie trom ,l~.rp to (caJ8 5[
This is all right, but without being bettor feeling in rosins, more general in his own heart, start out and dlis- .'H"nl hIn hl.r fasre to unlu
ail)lo to exactly locate it there is inquiry from the north and west, not tril)ute it among the derellrts in sonre n 1fal rn
something wrong-an awful hiatus be- only for immediate shipments but for narrow street in the East Slde. 1an. MILL END SALE AT
tween our democratic yearnings, the future. If the bites all mean bust- let his right hand know not wl.at his . .
Either we are right or wrong; there ness there should be some active tra(l- left handle is doing. Rock.fe llIers crn \lnr ha,,t r.<-,.nIly
can b)e no compromise between good lug in rosins in the next week or two science would I)e jst as nmlch r.sli .\ "'n '.',,i 'or na'or .


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IE LO N G A G OU The real story of'Standard Oil is The yoI,;n. p'. .pi r .F

Syet to be told. The writers who tave, a mos' na.nife'.,'w t,
AN WHOSE FATHER GAVE dealt with this monster corporation'the way of ,ai ,.- y,
AS BURIED UNDER THE FA- have devoted so much attention to!lile. h .r' ..
TAits oppressions that the wonderful' ug they % .r. t all ",, -
T OF THE OCALA HOUSE ;work of organizing and perfecting thb, quer at Mr .i. \I N H
greatest business machine in The Anong th,s- ,:,'.. .r |
world has been overlooked. ,. ,
mother and one b The other side may be gleaned tromnMr .... ..
m other an l one brother r an d one sIs- ... ., ...... < ;a r,', *a(-f' . i
ter before we left Fort King. the testimony taken in the govern- ,-t-J. Avila
I was hunting with father one -ayment case before Commissioner Fer- and Mn -., W,...
and he showed me the old cam p that' riss. Yong"".... i.1 -ii.a
the Indian lived in, and also where' As Mr. Rockefeller tells with rile, ""r --- -
he buried him. During the hunt our Ihowo the corporation was organize I It. '!
dogs jumped a panther and treed it and manage, how it captured thr -
in an oak, the same tree that stood .best men and the best materials, howiTheanrans- a , ,.
in front of the old court house, and it the mach inery of refining and trans-,' O .

through Ocala-in 1865. 1 know Iognize the acute intellect patiently -
through OclNm16 l k o I ,. .itm l olo ig te m s X..s:-r. \, horf#.r 1";,,alto.
could locate the Indian grave instant- and persistently fol elowing the most .'a,'r" W .ngue, -
ly, although I have not seen the place profitable line of development, choos- Ih&nad a -
s t ounty ing and rejecting, scheming and de-' t I.Johnson all crowed
since passing through Marion count ,y+,,,, i point of ad-,wagon anI ,lrovy, ,,u, to
when I was coming home from thevising, gaining point by point of ad-, wagon ahlch srov out to
Iwar. If I was able I would like to-vis I vantage until complete ascen dancy place. which is now
was wa b.uI- or a big wat .rme.lon erp"
it that place once more before I (lie, | p le ws.rw Mclnu.t
but I am getting very feeble, and I! The company perfected pipe lines.. The ,n <,,caubl.n anr,.
am crippled up so much. I have been built great tanks, operate its on h u -
very sick since I saw you last. I lighters and tank steamers, ownedIts tinatot,,ut tw ,
could tell you a great (leal more but, tanK cars, so that when the oil well YO U "iOf the
could~~ tlyoagr_'!.. -araoethtthem to partake, of ra mllg
I am so weak and nervous I can hard- gushed it was the Stanodard alont e thoilat No a to parepo. f ada
ly write. I hardly think you will be could save and transport the oil. NOfast. prepare i adva
able to read what I have written. If oil well "wild-catting" for Mr. Rocke- After their app.,tlit,"h ad
able to read what I have wrtn If "j ^/eh satisied. they 8tar ,!, ,

I could I would like to write you about feler. He let others venture their rat *is afed. they tarn.
the trip I took to the West Indies to' money' inthe oil fields. He was con- great wasa the funb. wa
help J. P. Benjamin out of the coun- tent to take the oil, refine it rand r Mcl g lin and Mr.
try. We crossed the Gulf of Mexico it. e Mr a nlumhbr o" an'"r
in an open boat. You know he was Mr. Rockefeller dwells continually ed q uite a number l fti
secretary of the Confederate states on the service performed by the Johnson shot one quail. W
under President Davis. That was the Standard. This Is Indicated by the lie Simpson distinguished
hardest and roughest trip I ever took. capture of the railwayIlubricating killing a wood-pecker
I could and would write you more, but business. When. the company went for ar on r hei r thu
I will have to close. Hoping to hear into lubricating oil it employed high- started on their return to
from you again, I remain, salaried experts to perfect the railway moonlight. )uring the
Yours very truly, lubricating system and to Instruct Professor Johnson ame-
A. McL^EO. trainment into economical lubrication, with a box-shell turtle.

P. S.-I don't suppose I will ever The Standard obtained in this way In a bag. All of the girit
r* 0--* ,uon t suppose 1 Willl eve turtl ..... ..h.I* U
'meet you at another reunion-may about 98 per cent. of the railroad oil turtle wouldn't .bite.
i God bless yu business. So the world over, in every fessor declared it woulM,
[oblsfield, conditions of successful con- them to put their has& t
--- petition were met by intelligent labor prove the statement T?0
TURPENTINE GETTING TO THE and investment, after another, put tlh*
GOOD The story of Standard Oil is not when suddpily they turow
The Savannah NavalStores Review merely a tragedy of competition; it in the face and trie to
e Satr ay s ay is a romance of big business-the sto. hands. Ask the prot e
of Saturday says: ry of the achievements of a master the matter.
This (Saturday) a. m., at 12 o'clock mind of this age-World. After they rpach.jI 4
turpentine posted firm at 39 1-2 cents, congregated at th lhoo 1111
1212 receipts, 179 sales. MILL END SALE AT THE GLOBE Mr. E. Smith ao m*
Continuing it further says: I the hirdsi killed on th el
One exporter took over a thousand ADVISING ROCKEFELLER the stew wa cooklila M
casks, others were in for smaller lots' themslve wit a game E
and the purely domestic buyers also A late issue of the Pensacola Jour- themoter with a The
had orders that lead them into the nal says: away the evnin, unttl *i
market As a result there was not John D. Rockefeller came down '., l.ainn th." a 4
the slightest development of weak-! from his examination and cross-exam- rhenis... as h., 1. ,
ness, the offerings being gobbled up nation on Standard Oil and its his- Thankswiving of "*'-nu f
at 39 1-2 cents, and the market left in tory and methods in New York City f on++
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