The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00512
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
 Record Information
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: UF00048734:00512
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To 'he- Ocala Banner:
! I am reliably informed that the."
,i- ko be a premium offered for th-'
, b':t exhibit of corn at the Marion
t ounty Fair in Ocala. thte crn to bei
judged according to the .c-);' ,ar, i
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ad in Mar.n couni'ty. ai.d as at ge(n-
,-i'al familiaritvy with the score (car,'l
Smnethod would put all of !he exhibitors
ion practically the same footing. I bop.'
' yo! wll publish the fewv brief r':ark..
whicT I am abo':t to give you.
ST.is n'ethol s v ry 'impl gi\ s '!.e m'' v-.'h: to 4he most IT-1
Sporting po.:.',- Those' ipolintIs have i
bPen ,c't :; .:;, e.i by years of tx,)eri-
lence. rin "; ,h '1rn gives a t. !

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I) rector F!. -." F axI,. Sta' ion.
( a in.,sville.


tio: tho'reo. i vs :n.,lI girls. life is
one merry ."nhantment a-straw-riding

white turnpikes

through .iss Marion's bejeweled gar-
dens. a: d now. v.-hil. tha moon is full
and t, e!P-.en*, are crispy cold. is
yo,:r i'm!l o! tIP'cS.
TI '. ':(,. irow tihe farmers here
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; :in :: .' Sal! r pr-d, ve or. wc r :r t If \'u h(e high lands near
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Feow :4r -ven the fourth. poin b- a r ,.r;"ngr can, .nd gladly they
wh ch nre usually is(td ;i making up l (. 1 t1On'.
Ssorv cait for jidgng corn. A"" o A lariy rode out of the city Wed-
a few brief :!',arks on ,ach of sday nIb *ahd enjoyed many bliss-
point I t f: and happy hours together. They
Point -Trueness.. to Type-1. Per. W'lit lown to Sharp's Ferry, to the
eI i home of Mr. and Mrs. .1. IL. Hinton.
Cent. I
jh u J .dges under this ,o)i.: (. ..d ,Th w'e,.-: Misses Elsie Fisher, Pau-
Swhether all "he .ars in the vxhib1, I "li" Eminisor, Edna Culverhouse and
o'for~n po a TC. or w eA there 6- ('Vnerhouse, and Messrs. Horace
rt. number of types jresc'n ,n the IlHnton. Luther ReynoidF. J. 0. Dekle,
SiplaW. L\V 1. Ilaine. E. E. Edwards and Mr.
Point 2-Uniformity of Exhibit-5 Per Guerrtnt


One of rhe delightful parties of lhb'
iday and a pretty compliment to sev-
eral brides-elect, was *he matinee
luncheon which Miss Lillie WVhit, en-
terTained at her home on West
Peachtree street. in honor of Miss
Elsie Landnirum. Miss Bessie Dobbs.
Miss Louella Malsby. Miss Willie May
Harrison and Mrs. Eugene Cox. a
bride of the fall.
The house was atractive. wir:-
palms and folldiage plants in all the
rooms, with bo)wls and vases of red
catrntltions and narcissus, on mantels
and (ai,':iinerts. the table in the dining
r,';:,: !:a c: gl:as. vases of carna-
tions. narcissus and ferns, the cande-
labro hl, red an! white tapers with
r,,i anti whito shades, the mints, bon
b!n,. an11d ico were also in red and
svhi,,e The place cards were hand-
paintedf slippers, with brides" bou-

Mrs. (ox wor., a blue satin Lown
made ,dire.ctnire. rimmedd with lace.
:auI wore a black hat with pliui:es.
Miss Emma Grayv of Savannah, theo

guest of Mrs. ()x. wore a yellow sat-
in ,gown an.! black ha 'rimmnt,'d with
plumes. .
After luncheon rho gu.srs wpr, ten-
r,'rtainei at a hox party at the Or-
pheum.-Tuesdiay's Atlanta Journal.


\V,. .I',i'rciat- im ost sinc,,r l-ly .
'*')rtS of our county vco)rrspon-,iis
'o :lurn..--h ;i.- w:zh ?h, happe,;n'T of
their varionis !ocaltie-<. and try to
pri-it every it- n that i -et-nt to u- If
t' s., letters co,,ld r-icrh uis on \\'Wt-
nt,'s!ay aft.rno<,n it woul, hs-lp iuz in
our t'fforts ';- y muc'h. :is w,, prin' th,
We'ekl it Rn ,iIr orn rhl:-s!av atl,.
mills h.iv. il' h- :iir.r tup 'y T 'i '.r,;-
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Wo -a,, '- ?hi.- ,oc-ic,: 'o halnik ouit
corrt-'. o;T lio rl t'for h,'i ., 'n'r,-- r ,f
,trts il o)tw r lb-tialf t\', \% a ", :';k
l. (O)Ct.a [l.Bann ,r" a i: 'rv ',:t ." iar
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AT THE FAIR GROUNDS i the end of the cob in a regular man-
i ner, leaving a deep impression. vhen
W wer OUT at the Fair grounds the shank is removed.
*e,.e rdlav morning. and found Presi- Point 8-Kernel Uniformity-5 Per
,i,-n' Robinson and Secretary Williams ent.
aio p , !The kernels from the same ear. an,1 i
anld a ,ittlo arniv of carpenters 1.usv .... i
From the several ears. should bte uni- I
o rk form in size and shape to make full
Th.'y have- Thoroughly ropairod the scoring. .
.nicoe and ar., placing the race rack in Point 9-Kernel Shape-5 Per Cent.
first r't,. (.olint1ion" Kernels to receive the full percent-',
A .ii ,. b ;c ,age. must be deep. wede1-shaped, and 1
A main b il,lilg hias been erected ..... "
Full at the end, and rather square at
for th- exhibition of agricultural and 1he top.
horticultural products, and an apart-I Point 10-Length of Ear-10 Per Cent
ment has be.'n specially prepared for The length of the ,-ar varies with
at' ,, th' arot2, '.x 0,1-,t lftermine~l.b
articles of ladies* haniiwork 'the vanity hiie-dtermne by
r, measuring the.- I.nnTh from the ex-
1Th,.r< have ai- Th.re have aiIo e- rcte sta-itrcme tip to the extr-me butt. In
or li.e exhi;oU ..rss and close judging. one- pin, is cut for ev-
tl.. and a num' "ef pens for vr- inch over or 'undrr The regular
i lengthh (if the ear for ?he varieT v.
A part of the a-and stand has bhen Point 11-Circumference-5 Per Cent.
Itrovisedl into a buiilding, and it is This varies with Th, variety. T,, oh-
hl-r-' whi-re. ,the polil:ry will be exhibit- tain the length, the ear is meas'ir-',i
er l poultry bxit, atwlllbe
T u xh. will be rg. a one-Thirl of th. distam- ,rcm -h,
.1nt i it h j)pe, that )pafowls, geese, -,tt. and in close ju. i in-, thie ci', 'il:-
(!dick. guineas and turkeys will be in- ferpnce of all tho ars J- dled, an,! a
'liid"d in th-" exhibi. cut of one point fr ",-Trv inch ,
uT t i' .re.at feature of th. fair e-xcss from the var,,,v i.s ndo
ht,') t)f, -h+ xhiblitof live stock e w e hw
il b the exhibit of live "tock. Point 12-Space Between the Rows-
I .. however. pr--dieted that the 5 Per Cent.
r.' fair ill I. a revelation and Break the oar int tvo in ,h. nmildl,-.
w. lad to a perniannt exhibition anti not the furrow a;t h.- top of Th
T his on. is merel y preparatory. rt grains, caused by *- ruzndiing of he.
1 t''+l il got '-n tog'lheor huirtieulY kernel .
.,i,! with a iost tn.-agre, sulscrilption Point 13-Space Between the Kernels
Sl!. Near the Cob-5 Per Cent.
\l*ii i is st n-. 'II )W miuch can bo Ust i- h same -a as for point 12.
] i.. with sli o little andi in so short a Ian, i( tt tht s;I ', b!-.twfen the ker-
i ', gra.,r efforts will b- iadtie Ii a th v ar ir. rtd on he cob.t,
w i r '" iiel as th ey are ''." t ,l on th e cub .
i) "ilor, ntxt soasI Point 14-Proporticn of Shelled Corn
\I ir, iowtw andi nor, tim-. wi!l the to the Ear-10 Per Cent.
i* led' This is obtaliU d! by (c.'-osing fiv
I n. i'!.- lu.ii a r.'vela' iof, this fair ty- pical ears and,. ,vo. i' n ^ >- itw rar l')-
j\' t "\,' javee l l# i.,d ay for ;)a p)rrna- tfor shollin,: '1! n *ii.'l v."ei-h
S I iT' ,- '',i: oi, b,.' lill value oI the cob. T ;' :i ;K,'r: ." ,h W'_'bht 01'"
' Iitli,' < :notT be iii-asunr-'d in dul!ars ,. ;t, h, ,, .cob'fnr ;1.
a ,,t c,-'i s to our (co l tlityili. vi, t,. ": ,t ., v., ,'..
d all. from this t av till TIil> fair co )rni b ly ,, .. r ,. ar
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.-.-* rain our lost fortunes. As for 75.,' tProl)ep. *t e) 1 a.,-, the soIrhi. hll h n he, arose Jlidt- BPillock was
-,n s circumstances would ipormii. had rall,,i a n 'xr, -i ,-!tsi)n of con-i vi-it)iv affect,,., and it was some mo-
"i' W1,anrize'! yourselves into a chap- grtss to provi i ,'.r honesItly :)lyilg ieti's bforc he could procoepl.
T.or of th, I'nited Daughters of thee ie all the nt4roe.-, anT st-tin.g rthe.n 1. He aidl a very noble ) ani t ouching
' ,cfe.ldracv. and have joined with fre. evyn a! -i1 ,xp1o1lse P)i S1,,. brlr'i to r) Mr-. Gary. Knowing her
i:- by throwing the full force of your a head. thousand of liv-'s and rmil-.
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,' .:.t .- it;,'e!l.ctual faculties in securing, pri:- lions of inon.v wul hav, been sav- ,a%--.
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ti'h '\ ot what is sonietinies impl ro)perly w ^ ,i. ; Still l MOstin2 rtfhe countrv i I
*, .,air I .all. ,l the l.ost Cause,. pensions. A
1 I I I an l commlissionfied by my camp as Gneral lO)Inay ,avs a j~ir tri!i"ir t, )
t t '''r :? .-iiti' token of love anti affection the suborTlitnation ot lih slav-, ) e of 1' 1-
S,, ,'. ,,n* ,, I, an yotr honored president to southland durir.g rh, war. This uH is O r Plan of
..ii..tk, presentation. io liher on this true o f thm. norwirhstarading thfy A
C (' ,.sionI. fteelitig confident t hat any well knew that their freedom wa.o *4A0
'"' '" b,,nr c(' lfte'ret' up)on her will be rt- at -'ak e on th.I r-e, ilr \Vji. con-
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N TATION A T R C S AAsouls. When earth's warfare witb us d! i >a li, no? b

res aNTATION ATTRACTS A LAR E more than conquerors genlest an saintli-s h
t rnrx,,gh Chrhit wno loved us and gave had ever bipsMpI our earth. anI t.,
himself for- us.
-------- gr.l ari-- eS who :o nobly vn-i he opportunities for usefulness af- her life would ever serv a., an in-
,t:o r.1 the :>r..the. .a^ *: anr t|e tor led by my residence of more than spiration and benhdlction, anl that
,.J. ,ige Bu:.xck Pay El,:auenz Tribut to :, :..' is to in- fifty-three years in your midst, and her good deeds like incns an.I '.
,,-.iin C a h)riclss boon. It i enhanced Stie call to leadership in various or- precious ointment of rho sar.-,1 lIA
- P re-side~n D ic.' isc n C hap-,er U it cied"ii:+ s bo n. I withnc dI'M epr ciu
in a.er Unit. l1 vai, only as coming through the- alnizations. [ accepted without s o b
o fi o n o 0 Marions mot srPful th.oiighr of honor or reward-. But now
Daught-ers of the Ccnfederac,. citizens. who for more than fifty .ar. rnr I am almost laid aside with ag nemorie a a -*
has heldl honorable posi,'ion< in hi, aI infHinirii ps. in the gnerosity of Judge Bullock took o-
cl.,urch and in civil lif and h:t r,, v,)r harr-*t you havp chosen to 1be- note the progr- r 't r ..
. .. nt lv b, en e l, va ,1 rhh ,f c o -,<* he .- ii f-exi eto-d honors r upon ham let, and m .n .. i,'' .
-- --- iceAntly l)*en et-tvartei ,() th*' #.>nirt o.* ^ I 11' 11 -i 1,
-lov hi s l to be t--i I( (-i t-,< r myv df-clininiz i\- n- 1pathios nir y o u- "-. *
hi'hii he. l.rove.i himself to he. bcigael icr-geqn ral 1). hi.- c.nu-a .. i., *.'n A i li n i . .
S .Ai: ,:" ini-ritoHous d.portment h1 Having iprov.i, fait hf tl ro \,'v nii .; .-- 1, .i w noting to place towers on paiI fritn i '
Sh' .w- -*.) t p. pronlotrt to lieu- he is honor,., a .l p r-o lpoc et fr hi- :.v cask-T. It was very kind ot the st ill mri ,.
.t ".' c,! ;,l.or,.l of the. Fourth Florida sterling worth ri h '()rot th I11t, al-,. \ ',l'.ie'.n Christian Tem perance I Un- 'ii rn ar-- ; ,
'- :n*I.Ir Illrng the four vyars of of Florida. ; and o h-r socities anl indlivi.- h.auIrifi an .
I ,, . \ i yV, I y 1 lnCOf tlaih ilglyi i. ,, , : wlhos, labors I havo s'hare-d in At the c(ij.lI-,',' . -
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\.i' :; ii residentt of D:ckison (i hap- the Feoral trforc''s in the l)at"le of ; "
r of the I'nitei Paughiers of the Oliu,,. t 1he large majority of them, business houses coupons will be issued on a hai ot one
,'Cfedlracyv remained. on the plantations and cent each for every dollar's worth of goods you buy.
The ,emeibers of Marion ('amp No. faithlifully laboredI to raise the c- ol)s:
-, ,f thle Uniteo, Confederate Veter- that feod the armies at tb fron:. and
.r- h\,.e loing sine, admired your love the soldiers at home. Some of toihemA
.t,-i,.\otion to al! commen,lable, en- went with their young masters to; THE OCALA BANNER
. i.'. whose object is the eleva- the camps and after the battles they
",of tf our species, mentally, morally tenderly carried their ,doad or wound- ,
.,8; r,.ligiotsly. Sonic of uiS knew e, charges home to father and moth-
, or nt- -years ago. laboring for ,r or to wife and children. Thomas Uneqealed in Central Florida as an Advertising Medium.
" ..' l~lCiil'tihl otf your church, with Nelson Page has given a touching ani
*'i aid of such pillars of strength as truthfulI incident of this kindl in
N1 Alexanier. Capt.. John M. Taylor. "Marse Chan's Last Bat'tle."
.1111i E, Williams. Whitmore. and An effort is being made to have a Coupons issued on all cash paid in on subscriptions to Daily
Retyniolds. andt others. After those memorial window, or tablet, corn-'
,tr,,ai men had passed to the spirit mending their faithfulness, placed in. or Weekly, advertising and job printing accounts.
l.ant. we find you in 'the seventies the Battle Abbey in the historic city '
,,ill working for that church. Though of Richmond, Virginia. which, through WOLF & HEINTZ 1 KNIGHT & LANG
i, was then weak and feeble, with the the liberality of Mr. Chas. Broadway. ____ j
a,-sistance of ('apt. John Cordero and Rouss. will be the most significantBAKER OF ALL KINDS OP BU IES, FARM AN TUI
Mrs .1. 1). Goss and others, you con- memorial of the war on the southern BREAD, FANCY CAKES, TINE WAGONS, SADDL
tinued to work and pray for its pros- side. PIES, ETC. HARNESS ETC.
l-'rity. GCod graciously heard and an- It Is to be hoped that a satisfactory P ETC
*erpd your prayers, and today it solution of the negro problem. in ac- coupons will be issued on all cash Coupons will be giv for
slants spiri-tually, numerically and fl- cordance with the Divine Will. will Cpon wll be issued on all cash CoupoDs will be give for all
nanciallv as one. if not the strongest rac hed purchases made at this store, as well purchases after this date; also tor
church. in Ocala. Like Dorcas, your I behalf of southern womanhood Ias for cash paid on accounts made be- settlements on accounts made bef
( irc e i ca a L k D r as ou n e ~ f o s u he n wo a ho d i fore N ovem ber 23. N v m e 3
,ife has been full of alms, deeds and and the Daughters of the Confederacy ovemer November 23.
eoo-,, works, of Dickison Chapter. I thank General OPPOSITE GOVERNMENT BLDG. NORTH OF COURT HOUSL'
With love and devotion to the rnerm- ong for the kind things said of
or-y of Marion county's Confederate them. HUNTER DRUG C. R E YO &
lea!. you have smoothed their path- Miss Jeffle Crunitrchfleld. so pleasant- DRU G C E AS
-%.v I!y strewing it with flowers, aid- Iv rememnberedl in the presentation of PURE, FRESH DRUGS-PRESCRIP- PLUMBERS AND GAS FITTERS
*i "he destitute. annually banqueted a flag to the "Ocala Guards." was 'the TIONS A SPECIALTY-TOI-. FINE BATH TUBND GAS AFITE
'l'n1 with feasts good enough for a mother of Miss Jefferson Bell of Tal- LET ARTICLES, ETC. SPECIALTY "
k1:I z, 1prfsn-,itd its nmenibers with lahassee. the talented correspondent
>s-es of honor, and as a crownin of several newspapers, and of Judge Piano contest coupons issiledt o all Piano Contest coupons isued o
.\'011,1 long and illustrious life. -sp B M Daisy Boll ad 'Mrs,. pdCOLlp1 issued 0,.
I, t yti air of your a ssociates life.os i Bell. Miss iaisy Bltl an Ms. cash purchases of 50 cents and iup- all cash transactions of One Dollar
i, th ailt of your associates d upon th Salli t lll ('roo l of this Cil.y ward :also on all accounts n\aot.e be- and upwarti. ianclidiing ,-ttlements oB
: ',' 't."t i erected upon lie The wio ri galn t-fort.Noe er 3. 10.

;',!'1i<' square .()f Ocala a splendlid wardl Bad.zer. who recei'eil the aiaccounts nade befor, November 23.
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',..,:,rii.nrt to ihe memory of Marion in eloquent anld appropriate word's, is HOLDER BLOCK. SO'TH MAIN STREET
'C,,!\ (.'tonnfVdra;e' dtt'ad. which it *.I charter membeior of Dickison Ctuin .
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S;,'',Tr :;oih. 'e forest reserve\
: i ; a Va.-hinp':oni says that to
,.r,*; rues th0. distinction of getting
., tirs national forest created east
,! !h. .i-.i.sipi)pi river. President
(o,,s..\.lt has just signed a proclama-
'.,,n .,eting aside and naming the
(-;'aal national forest in Marion coun-
iin astern Florida. and another
p:-,,iamation creating the Dakota na-
i inaIl for!,st in Billings county, North
I akota. Inasmuch as the last named
i.;i,,in.l forest is the first in North
l;'akr';a, th*: two proclamations add
'\o i;(), states to ihe list of those
". r. in the land will be put under I

-, i,-tific forest administration. There
:;',' :.ow nineteen states. and Alaska,
i;.ving national forests.
Over 200,000 Acres
to,:', ih#- creation of the Ocala, in
"i', iKla. the two forests in Arkansas,
'!. Ozark and the Arkansas, were the
* a:.t(rnnmost national forests. Prac-
.,i;a. all the other national forests
;:.', ia ,he Rocky Mountain and the
Pof ',tc .'oast states. The Florida for-
'.- has an area of 201.480 acres, of
;\hhc. about one-fourth has been ta-
,ii up under various land laws. It
'.\Pors a plateau between the St.

*' *, .-.-.-.-., in 1 ry- .hr andl Oklawaha rivers, and at no
",.. 1 ;,,, Th' l point is an elevation exceeding 150
',t above sea level obtained. The
S r :lr 41 M ao Ml ::a ;s )"by nature better fitted for tne
W - R bt a r a i n t nu 1 1 I"
S. : R.a Pr'ant an. M :',l.duc in of forest growth than for
I "*" hsl sh. a-, Y utht r purpose. Nearly all of the
A* I \n:. W\It 0.1' l1 :i:'.a. howeve:. seems particularly well
.- M'V- ."' I,; ,m.:-| _,i 1o the gro\rl, of sand pine,
I ^* i. ,,.-, .Tiil ,'r:,inla as H I d ll ,1
l d \hir'ht is evni now replacing th. l.-ss
..' m*, .: N .f I:- t r1Mrs. vi aaib sp,.cies, an. with l rotection
S....r.. ...!. knt ri i .i. tire almost the entire ar..a will
V. b! ,.;ir,! ,:' h t.is *,\ . .-ll n' ,iislo-
V: 1o r bo ,ti tme 0;ihioubtedly be covert d with
%%..) '- 1 .0ill, ",. i ,, n-e szan, i o"tf Ihis species. "' h-
'. E!.!.,r R ,d^,.s ,nmarks v-,r,
*u;. .-. at )i::1'. :nuc: more ,alaildo,
'.%. ."t i, i art 'nion. ;.o! *f ps e
...:i .-,-ia! ra -i than th sandt p.no.
ir: *': KIM. ;;u.i, in'.tmuctiv, V ,..
m nd,:ntructhi *v N ii ; s rather ,ioar-ely on this for-
,.. ": .,.ar-! hin 1 'h. , r" .- ; n,1 principally y to the
'h- ,i- bhit :t .- a f'rcilV a-lo ,. the .--r '.a s o0
''1. b)r(',i-'! s of tho 'ore-t.
\ ,',.!. ,. -' ,.r \ is I > T a -h o r .1 : s -
1- in alidditon t:) the pin s a:;', s( Irib
4, < f',,'n th*' house'. ltl' bo y w\a-
-, ot, .-o -:is. i)..lii c.Vl ess. cai.b:a. ,, pal-
., th.' ra\- I by The Iall l bei r- i ... t l o t , atl'
i ..*;* i an,! tuil-elo --um !'~ ia~
Rid.'..1 J. N--lson. Anmos (hai.-Jiic to wat.-r oak. ash. lm.: rnag-
V <'o,\vl,.., .lames (- auoiho-ii !.
4in.ua. hickory und nl aple, are f,-.ind
:1<>;kin- There we re nan v , ,
iio:.i. riin; the nunmerous 'Iuns an.1,
4, ho-uz.raThes. oI l(1 "('t h.kes -which are scattered albv.;i.ln;lv
s*] .s in sifzht cf at, lac- h'V ou h.- confine. cf f Li- for-
*- n '!ith h. live 1. 1 1 -
S*- hat anro -a"W hat F ire H aG D ona

S.' *" '* .. I),. ,n a i' es, i, an".'n i'o ha s ll ved a 1 lv !. ) T' a'! l
i: art ill bril.i ing ,, I e r 1' Cl t
'",-." Xit |Bo)z:itr' S t IIPI il au
S' ioorl rypect tfor'esed (conitiki(n of the Ocala.
t I s yt-il.r after" \ t lar-e tir'e. l'ave
'.. .. writer knows ihis l tl) e muin '' r M Pl ihi' t s
; '" 1 ;r : Tn t iu lia e a ( 'q u ai n t ; ll i z i
S '^ \'.a . I' a o (i'.. kiiin ; I :tl --.','ation and con-
,I,, ,i:: H .- a a -gt), c, l ii-
S a i .. s aai ail father:i one i rht.th it; s ot Ihe' soil. Nat-
j* ill ] : 'l' one that ':vai y Prirct-,''ld )ortiions which have
"', "",",- it '- one that
'.' j-,. :.. ;. I :: r !X F { '. oul o Ith- ii,). bl' t(r' z8l)j th flamIes, prove
,- tosi ,' i v, :. -V \V,,r. l ihat the soil will
S .' \:i" )i '. v i's;,x1nd1 to a little care taking
I a t v ,} .. ^ . ji L' it e prevention iof fires would
,n v't*:,aIlv mean the reforiestation of
V I,': It:,'Ti li rho, entire area.
- : T .!. \ Y .. l taniiflac' riIen' r
oI:n'" a o ii \ a ,' -p si-\ No sawmill operations have hbeen
* : ,' h,' was oblig, ,t to ( tl>ll'Itie d oil in l area included in the
*- oti'coilunt M c!Ocala national forest. Turpen;iiniug
"'.a 1 1'y boxing is carried on over (contigu-
.- .. , I; mtiio tl.s areas anid through the ('areless
., , .*; \ , ,~ a rid al(a n tdq'n i 't.!'.l methods used the tu-
,., ', V a.":i. 1 *' .T;, ", a. 'k i'-' 'rolp of tiie adjoining region
4* '7 .., -'. t.,' ,i!. j ,opard ized. The soil is of

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e t valuI, for agrictilt iral pmrptosesC
.! alot lithe onl y crop which can be
;,",,!,';i., ".'a will he of lasting value
.. :;i iiii indn with proper care anl
; i '.)i hen, '> ishollldl in t impr h e. a

uied,. nursd a. mi.. Freddie Marhews. aged five

years-pneumonia the cause. Mayor-George A. Nash.
Li'trle Freddie was the youngest, Clerk-Henry Sistrunk.
son of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mathews of Tax Collector-W. W. Clyatt.
twoen the Northern Pacific railroad this village. This is a second visit Treasurer-William T. Gary.
Miarshal--W. C. Bull.
on the north and, rh, Chicago. Mil-: of the death angel to this heretofore Couc l-At lae, L. W. Dural;
waukee and St. Pail on the south. Its happy home inside of ten days. first ward, A. G. Gates and J. D. Rob-
creation is impo.;tanr, for it mean<, If words could convey to and im-'ertson. second ward. Charles Rh M-
Inat an experimental field for foTetsl press the bereaved parents on this auer and J. M. Meffert; third ward.
:D. E. Mclver and E. T. Helvenston;
planting has been .:ecured in Nonrh occasion we would not be deterred fourth w ard. G. A T.Ca michaelaendto
Dakota. the least forested star in the from giving vent to our sympathy in, Herbert C. Jones.
Union. having only one per tc-nt. of their behalf. We realize that mere Council meets on the first and third
tree growth. The forest service ,-x expressions of sympathy cannot Tuesday evenings of each mouth.
pects to establish forest nurseries, soothe the aching hearts of the grief- Trustees, ocala Sub-School District
the ahinggrie- -J. E. Chaeep W. T Gary ant G. W.
with the hope thae in time to come the stricken parents. It is God's will. -Martin.
area may be reforested by artificial and He only in His mysterious way Chief of Fire Dl-partment-H a.
means. This featur-, is expected 'to can bring solace to the afflicted faim- Chambers.
prove a very good object lesson ,o the ily. Superintendent of Strets-E G
settlers, who it is hoped will in turn A touching sermon was preached Jones.
Superintendenmt ,f Ehe-trie lgbt
plant windbreaks around their farms, on the subject of the departed enes uPlant-Ednl t C. Ben Eltt. l t
The forest Is very opoen and for the aqt the M. E. church Sunday afternoon! Ocala Board or Tradt--T T Mun-
most part conmrains a scattering stand by the Rev. Mr. Sistrunk of Micano- roe. president: C. L. Bitttiner. ecm-
of western yellow pine Timber. Along py. Mr. Sistruiink impressed upon the Oaly.
the creek bed is found ash, box eld-r. minds of his audience that the little Ocala Rirtlea-Geo A Nasah. captaim.
cotorwod lm n~ihirh p i ^ i r^ ohn M1. Graham. first Il.ut*Baat.
cottonwood, elm and birch. Cedlar ones were asleep in Jesus, that they oln M. Drh m ,t Uutt.
breaks are also found on precip)itotus were not lost. but had simply gon Wil C. Dunn. econd latent.
slipes bordering the streams. West- on ahead. VIOLA. Business md ting firt TuB-lay nigft
ern yellow pine is the only merchant- of each month

able species, however, on the forest.
and the average stand per acre is not
over 200o feet. The reproduction of
pine is fairly good wherever mature
trees occur, but owing ro the open
condition of the forest and the dense
growth of grass it is for the most part
There is but liltl-- number thai will
be sold from the forest at the l)resent
time. since this area i,. very isolated.
bein gsurrounded( on all .iidus by vast
plains. Many homnstealers have in
the past come to 'his fore-t for Tim-
t'" for logs to hiii!l .heir houses.
Sine the compl-tion of the ('hicago.
Milwaukee and St. Paul R. R.. Bil-
ling. county is rapiilly being s-itled
and while stock 'razin!Z is at the i .r's-
ent time the mos, iniporant in,!istry
it is very prob:h,!e hat farming wil:
become the meil-; ;rpo'tant :in storyr y
within the next few years. I: s ", ry
important, the'- foro, that the timber
which now rll;,ii -ha. hotull, b conserv-
,,,I oxclili ivoly of," lil ITS^ *it" th -, -,)n;;

Sparsely Settled
A. the presr.i; tiime there ar biut
se',.n homes'*,,,l, rs within the houn-
daries of the w:'.'l-'. l l; all of ihe odt !
s ctions are ;1li! 'a, I, la ,I. b'-ing owh-
(d by the V',-,srn ILand Securi'i, s
Company. Thls ('. ip:llatlly !:i; *1,' "i
I s. ling porti,'ns :.f ,hir hollit:s .Litr'-
ing the I)a--t *fev y.-;ar V,-'ry lit'r ,,.
the goveI'rnr:en Iain(l within the .)t1ui1-
daris ,of hie f'e' i is suitlable for
larniing ji!irpo-e.', since it i- (illite
rough aii )rokn ainI' wat- r is r:
scarce. It is the (- country oit si 0 :;t
th e for, s "viJ.i( h i- now being takcl.
up by ('i tiers.
No i<'n 'I' !1.>il ., m1 ; lit' area. \'W 1hn
th, '. 'i i.* rn 'aieifji, R. R. was b'tin
e'ii 8 iar '-' initt (r of ir ees V( re
o t ior railr ad Ii 's and iogeth-her witli
the lo.s which hae v l)t,,en prociut'%,'I
to:- house building )y the sertlo'rs this
is tlho only uise which has been nmadl-
of tihe tinimber oi the forest. I't is 'In-
derstoO(l that the .logs uiseil in th,
construction of Presidlent RoosevIClt's
cabin, which now stands in the State
Capital grounds at Bismarck. N. D..
were obtained from the area now in-
('cul'edl in the Dakota national forest.

Interested in the Forest

Governor Burke of North Dakota
is very much interested in The forest

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Clerk Circuit Court--Stemon T St-
Mrs. James Engesser will entertain trunk. Ocala.
the Daughters of the Confederacy at Sheriff-.I .11' ;.alhwai' (>.la
their regular meeting Friday after- Tax Collector--E. L. Carnev. () Oraa.
noon, at ., o'clock. Tax Astessor-Alfred .Ay.-r Mclm-
tosh and Ocala.
THE MARRIED LADIES' CARD Trasurer-T E Pateur (Kala.
Judge of Probate--Judph H B C LB Ocala.
CLUB Surveyor- Alexandl," Moorhad4.
The Married Ladies' Card Club held I Ocala.
its weekly meeting at the home oflI Supervisor of Retnration- T

Mrs. .1. K. Austin on Oklawaha aven-
ue. Wednesday afternoon.
Playing began promptly at :3 o'clock
so that an unusual number of hands
were dealt. At 5 o'clock, when the
scores were counted Mrs. (. K. Robin-
son. wih 313 points, was found to be
trh, wil.nter of the irize. a lainty
'ntiy la.t eontrpiece.
Mrs. Hold!er. Miss Turpin and Miss
ullivaii assisted Mrs. Austin in eerv-
ing d-licious chicken salad, wafers
and coffee.
Those enjoying this pleasant alter-
noon w'cre: Mesdames Koonce. Hol-
ler,. D. WV. Davis. D. C. Edwards, M. C.
Looney, H. L. Anderson. George Mac-
Kay. R. L. Anderson. William Andler-
son, \Vathers, Rheinauer. McKean.
Geo. K. Rohinson. Otis Green. I. V.
Stevens. and Misses Mary Piatt. .Jo-
mephine Turpin. Pauline Sullivan and
rrance(s :Anlderson.


Tuesday night at tbe residence of
his father, Mr. B_ A. Weathers. Mr.
Hi!)),hrt Weathers entertained for a
t'w friends ai cards.
Those I)resent were: Mrs. I. V. Ste-
vns of Shawnee. Okla.. Miss .Josph-
ine Turpin of Americus. Ga.. Miss
Manlde Al xander of Brooksville. Miss
Alie, Bul lock. Miss Pauline Sullivan.
Miss Bettie Wray Mclver. Miss Es-
ther Weathers and Messrs. Alfred
Beck. Sam Teague, James Taylor.
Tim Tomlinson and T. H. Harris.
At the conclusion of the games W\al-
dorf salad in apples, and punch was
The high scores were made by Mr.
James Taylor and Miss Maule Alex-
ander. The former was awarded a
letter file and the latter a candle ::tick.



Williams. Ocala.
Commissioner,-John L. Xlwwrds.
chairman. Ocala. SamuI ,PyIkl
Ocala; Nathaniel A F)or. Lyno.
Charles M. Turner. Anthony. Janwe
M. Mathews, Flemington
Board meets first Tup',lay im -vwy
School Board-Superint-ndnrt a4
secretary, W. D. Carn; mrmbr,. l&se
Stevens., Ocala. chairman. B R.I
BlItch, Blitcbton;. J S Grantham. f
Senator-D. H Baker. Orms
Representatives,.-E-& L. Wartmaaa,
Citra; George G Mathew.. Ocala
Justice of 'he Pac#&. Oala Dttrtet
-John W l.yl"
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Governor-Napoeon 1. BrowarC,
Secretary of State-H. Clay (Craw
ford, Tallahassee.
Treasurer-C. V. Knott. Tallaaha
Attorney General-William H B.
li,. Tallahassee.
Superintendent of Public Imtes,
tion--.W. M. Holloway. Ta.iahasiM.
Commissioner of Agriculture--3. IL
MIcLin. Tallahassee.
Adjutant General-J. Clifford I.
Foster, Tallahassee.
Railroad Commissioner-Newton A,
Blitch, D. L. Morgan. R. Hudson Butrr.
all Tallahassee.
Members Supreme Court-"'homa
u. Shackleford. chief justice; R. ls-.
'wick Taylor, W. A. Hoeker. J. .
Whitfield. Charles B. Parkhfll. Robert
Cockrell. all of Tallahassee.
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Senators-W. H. Mlton, Marlaaaa;
James P. Taliaferro. Jacksonville.
Congressmen--Stephen M. Spark-
man, Tampa; Frank Clark. Galga'
ville: Wm. B. Lamar, Monticello.
District Court-James W. Locte.
judge, Jacksonville; E. 0. Locke. Jack-
sonville, clerk; John F. Horr, rar
shal, Jacksonville; J. M. Cheney, dib
trict attorney, Orlando; Davtd S. W.
liams, commissioner, Ocala; Georp
C. Crom, postmaster, Ocala.




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A !tI h- eai-ila1 of Ntew Zea-
*~z< .: h o usSO far away
't .:' ZV in. L[J-1i v.TT this j!Ublij-
VkI~ cnivar*- favnrably with

f Par;- L: 1 or N4 INN-York.
-h.- wfrkinanship super
:.a"- r :s f.xe.Allont ;t gI --s
i -.* i i 1. )fa th f.ortili *
"' S of t'ii Gui oparwtive l%

7 .-~ a' 'r iro aldmirahlo, and
'a'ion i awholt- iq x orv


..r A- -.!.iv and ('011

I o m ea r t n o A r t ) % d 1

* ,~* *t~ibeenni.' somewhat Ipes-
III Nlllthon %%.- take a survey

* ~ du : d1oi Ili- ,)rog~ress of
ui' : is -*ntirely eas%
lifi*Iity. #*:' bii-iastic an i op-



,' * ,.. :t pIrw',.l a -letter from
. r who I. v,,i for several
L . L 7 ,. 1 ,1. . . ..l'

4 ,, l,-h3 ;inethore .were

A h, %Oir-.,4''.r settlements in all

)rI.~t'tila.:an-I very few in any
A ..~,*.n Of 01" Sata1
S ~ ~ ~ a h*, V4'ba .en accomplished

~"1 22e S~.t ho cit ies an, I
IIn a ha~e bevm foiinde-l: the
I' Th*. t ha%* L h sen made, the
a hi, ha~o been built. andl
etei : e that have

hat'.i rul:W' J)! m.tnanyv

I!*-- ~.110t approached

.1 *. *** infor*,able
A *' :''&~ ar-, str-

IJS*. are

i. tf I 1) iII aI 1vi a io
n:. r ao-. ad~ 1!posibe''o.va-

xvor,<.. *L~n i.,.;

The little
and Io sha,

tO)~1 nhno h

o,)n-)r's pi:turer,. The-
1* ,1ich as ye I mN,, ,on1
least of these. y. hhave'
boy who -ait tha i caisi
four leos and he 'lid no,
I odi~l na), inak, rtork vs
v woulil not .lIv- c'art:l,*
Sanaomiy of I h. ..r.ky.
a ,,it5s, at our Thanks-

It was a great. greaia pl]-asre TO
see the children *t;. and to watch
the happy expressions of their faces.
No pessimist could have: aten the
anioint they did. wiThour. having to
call on Materia Meitica afterwards:
but ,h- se childro 'n aid all the aids to
,oow, ,iiigestion-novelty. laughter, joy.
and hearts so light, tha thov.ey of
:eT. seol V S. conl;.1 !,oat Ith< owners
oXe- tht wav (s of stniffd turkey, ice-
crealmi. cake. an, -o forth, and so
for h.
P 'was a hap)y d,", madtl -Q by the
boin'y of oneil gentloneman. Th,' little
to)t s in the sol'iool, who have not
leati,,,! to he familiar with the names
of Washington. Ah:raham Lincoln, and
'thor ''orsonags of historical rt.nown,
arn n horoughlY acquaint with the
nani*, of Mr. Flalo0,r and Santa Claus.
Thes, names mean much,.to then!.
I, is said that the Empress .lose-
iI.,ine was glad in her heart because
she had never caused a tear to flow.
Mr. Flagler would have been glad
in his heart if he could have seen the
overflow of joy that he caused. The
,leaf and blindly children of this school
could wish the giver of their Thanks-
giving feast no greater delight than
to share with him the happiness that
was theirs this day.-"N." in the
Florida School Herald.


The Munroe & Chambliss Bank has
offered a prize of $25 for the best fifty
ears of corn displayed at ou!r County
Fair. Surely this prize is worth con-1
tending for. The boys and girls on
The farm, in a proposition of this sort,
have an oppl)ort unity to make a little
!in money for holiday spending.
The object for offering this prize is
Lo stimulate an interest in corn pro-
tliciion that will lead to the selection
(f belter seed and better mniethodls of
uil ival ion.
We want every farmer ill the (ouln-
'v ,o read Prof. Rolfs' letter to. Mr.
Clhaiiaibliss onil the great increas-e in
h< yield of porni over i lN \V lt i (n n-

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i r \f i' stan aili i. John:4-:: .i f

I"armi a:4 s.gn
JI. ..J. ~c\ls~' vI:p)Iti
as tmiss e of the .. 'I 1 .trP!(.t 0 ai

.\ nA hr a~-~st :V t e ach o~ I
grraijr',(I to I{'mtlrivi. :as Thf-' tire Iwfax

yoiilti'.t w~as ill.-' ruti"e. to hk"'.;;t n
a -;is~aii1 aislonrg as t ie ;t\ trt;'e *' j

I'. ach t rs Mho got in h.d r ropt t4s
properly matte outfor a:t-miji, :1t11,! 1i
Siglwid 1by he' s-p' rv'i44r or truist~e,
on or before MondayIS, Do coo'mh r :.I1
The t roastirer's !-,port kwas approx
'eti as follow,;:
Balance from last repIori

Recl. fronim E. L. ('Carn,,y. taxes
of l9 !)N .... .... .. .. .....
Reci. from E. 1,. Camir-.-. r.g-
ilar l.ls. 9)S . . . ...
R,'(SI. from E. L. ( 'arno:.n extra
polls. 1,I ,S .. . .
Reed. from E. I.. ('arne, l.vy
of 19,7 .... .. .... ........
Reed,. from A. C (''roio. tax
sales ...................
Reed. from A. C. Croom. one
nill apport ionein,?n .......

14 f; .. ) I

29-0, )i

-i 9; .t ,,

Total receipts .. .. .. $692..1).4
Disbursedl Iduring November.. :9.7

Balance ... .. ......... $ ',Y9.;t;
The board adjourne d to neet on
\Wednesday morning at 7-, o'clock.
On Wednesday the board met as per
adjournment with full board present.
The treasurer's report for riwe sp'-
('cial districts was i approvedt. s:hwin 4
the following balamces:
Ocala. $1.1'6: .IM lntosh, $2.;',2 I,'-l,-
view 1. $lo ..,9 : a<; invi!le,. $1.=,:; : l),! ,-
nellon, $1.74: Rediick. :;7c. ; -irie 1, '-
el, $11:.73; Mayville. $ t.l; \ .irs-
Iale, $42.S ; ('it ra. $1075..521; C i':nt-r
Farm. $1 1.22; Buck P'onld, 2-)'. : Si1;rr.
$',1.7': (Caii,!lr." $1Ct..-,8; [,e,!o; vs iii,.

$ '.!;1 ; Elect ri' $,-. .;; : B lil,'L',,ii.

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$52.2:; :MarteI. $7Th.7o ;. F",; I\ I.
$1! .(;::: Ca l pti' $,;t. r l .iL ;ii;3tl ,. ,
$11 1.72: 'Ut ,hn Pl;i,'; $:::2 ; -,. 0 ;'-
;Lin.e L~ake. $;27.2;. O.ak 11Wi. ^-2^ U
Mos..s Bluitf. $1531: !:tirfi.'',. $ } 7 I
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S il:;r.i; may f..el I th ar

,:a:. +,Ii, v'i h;i,o .hin insi'hr inr o
i a it o1!,,: t)1e Sailn *'T S ,,n I
;'.,;,,;a!: !;{atir'i ,n<) '- saiI : "T o rri-ba
!l,'n ;i>- if n;t'y WVi!'P i) r Than 'fey
!r,, is tho -ir.s! wvay o nmak' t-Y..

;.<; I '. \.on tii *i 4'"C0 a1 fx~ l
.T! ;r ,,I ; I)r i s if w not)I only r'-' ,
nit I lis r i :- h by ]'i light t of ',a-
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i'''. -)On thI <'f, l1 r ry. 1r'ST p,')[)ll0 )
a,' tr c ') o)1n I Illj*' )l)oposiTe piri-
,'',t' \V'h, h'1r it is ha' their min,'s
.i \\V'" 5o !i 'ich- i ii)ol oher persons
f^i !; 1 :': 'h ft! i : v r,. 1iiag n i ,it,, n
hir 1,i' \v. or wh,,,h r ,!i'v fancy tha*
-, o' i 'l ait,-'*,iw'r Ceo (nvi('-4on of tl-.
,t.,rrnm i'y )f ,th '-ir ,:i-ilo)it sg to lea,!
;1" o ''2trer o lithi ,gs. certain i, l1
S;'a >o far from g,'il'-rally treating
:1 1i as if Th,'v we're- h,tt.r than thevy
:i!fr inos, t'1 i i)l! usually treat then
I as if .,h.y werf, a litt l, worse. An.
it is jiist l)ecaiseO thisiss lonte so con-
S1',alvi an i uncons, iouslv that there
'-hoiill t) special warch anid care
against it

When i have Tirnm- so many things I'U1

To miake life happier anil nore fair
For those whose lives are crowdlel
now with, care;
I'll help to lift them from their low
When I have time.

When you have time. the friend you
hold so dear
May he beyond the reach of all your
sweet intent:
May never know that you so kindly
To till her life with sweet content-
When you have time.

When I have tin me, the friends I lov
so well
Shall know no more the many 'oiling
I'll Iead! her feer in pl<,a>ari? paths
.\Ad 'ch,'-, r hrhtar; wi',h words ot
Sw,'t es.t prais.-.
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Silver Stamp So ue

Silver Baby Ratt *e

S'ver C ,ild's Knife. Fjrw and So-ft

Silver PijCket Pefocog

Si:yer Emb~roiderv $c.esars

S.'ver St4oe Hgrn

Siver Sea- is

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Silver 1on 13-m Borne,

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h. ?f a good deal with
1 M,,'r,, i .' *n.l -'!,oinach cou lplaints. b, t'
,&,* ti% ) fun't a remedy that keels
*.1 an.I that remedy is Electri:'
- I.' 'ar.I a n,u1w'inon that is medlcir',
P., a* f i.r otmiachb and liver troubles, and
' I fr ranfl tol n t-,ndiionsi." says \v .
K,--l'- of Hallitay. Ark Electric
N -., W Iti'. r- ,urifv atnt enri'h the blocld.
1 ,, i *t i h 'T rie s and impart vigor
ai v. rg) to the weak. Your money
Plow* ,t' ., r.fun t. *.1 IT fails to help
', 1 a' T.!in:gs (o. Drug
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1t 1,, ,r, 1
I f' t 4a.ip l*--I Sunday af-!
-, ix V' 'I .,.t,. WVisconsin.
W, won -n. i
t ,. ? ,. ," ;u-: ,'r s- connected
,' 'a '. :' a' .r;'tnsi that th '
M.-Pr- 'aml, will undertake. They
* ,-. ", n "t- \VitblacoocI e riv-
4 'l of securing power
t,*' lI. 1 .
.. ... ,, htigig purposes, etc.
S ",, T i l, n %i ll e general
', uia. A g., . tt '" a'' hs#u s' on or t eight
*** *,; ? I'ugni.loion.

1 '* rt; r',j b-*. l d twou
S'i, Litv. ha\ ing as
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I,.' ibl' t Next
,is.v ,>fore the an-
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Vr,,nl: Walkt'r. convicted of steal-
: i v:.li-k, v. ws given Two years.
itry i)i:".-on. for breaking and
,t,',rifL: bi',$ling and stealing a
,. ,,*:r's. was given one year.
,d Au'tin, breaking and entering,
an.d stealing wearing apparel, was
given three years.
Will Johnson. malicious mischief-
shooting into a house-was given two
WV. Emmett Medford, forgery, was
;v-''n- six months.
All of the above name defendants
were negr'oe. except the latter.

MrI. M. J. Roess, one of our popu-
lar young lumber men, \ill shortly
l,.-gin the erection of his planing mill
.!(1 novelty works near the Seaboard
*., (t'oasIt .ine crossing in the north-
* :u part of the city. ihe ruinld hav-
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Our municipal election Tuesday
passed off so quietly that it was a sur-
,rise to everybody-there was noth-
ng like it in Ocala's past political
The candidates for mayor were Ma-
i )r L. T. Izlar and Hon. John D. Rob-
rtson, and the latter was elected by
majority of nine votes. He carried
"ree out of the four wards, viz: The
..rst. second and fourth.
The vote in the different wards was
First Ward-Izlar, 28; Robertson,
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Second Ward-Izlar, 63; Robertson,
- :.
Third Ward-Izlar, 62; Robertson,

Fourth Ward-Izlar, 51; Robertson,

Total-Izlar, 204; Robertson, 213.
Mr. Robertson has done so much
for the city in the way of improve-
n:ents and it is believed that he will
d!) so much more, that the voters
fel that he deserved this honor and
* specially as Major Izlar had already
n joyed tils distinction.
As member of the council Mr. Rob-
*rtson made a splendid record, and it
is largely through his influence and
instrumentality that we are indebted
for our cement sidewalks and vitri-
fied street paving.
He does not believe in lcrtting well
enough alone. He says the best is none
too good for Ocala and his friends be-
lieve that under his alininistr:.tion
that our city will make gre4tr str!lles
than ever before in her history.
We hope that the most sanguine an-
licil'ations of his friends may '' c iore
than realized.
Mr. H. D. Stokes is elected rl.lr-
man in the first ward. Mr. T. B. S.ny-
der in the second. Mr. D. E. Mclver
in the third and Mr. G. A. Carmichael
in the fourth.


There were three criminal cases
trio.! in th1 circuit court Tuesday:
Ernest Bell-aiding prisoners to es-
cape: was found guilty and sentenc-
,ld to eight months in the county jail.
Albert McCullough--ag'avated as-
sault: was convict(c.l anid given one
A eioa.r
Andrew Wii!iam---br.+aking and
'literimu' was acqui':,d.
.Iuige Bullock passed the following
.',,tt nees on the following prisoners
who were convicted during the past

:.lavv Young-larceny, two cases.
- *nic+,! to two years in 'the first
.;,t; .-,'"!.,1nee suspended in the oth'.
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I desire to express my profound
thanks to the voters of Ocala for the
signal honor conferred upon me this
day. I am, indeed, grateful for being
elevated to the highest post within
the city's gift. I love Ocala and stall
do all in my power to advance her
growth, and assure my friends that
by act and word I shall endeavor to
I)rove worthy of the confidence that
has been reposed in me and the .great
honor done me.
Very gratefully,
c(ala, Fla., Dec. Sth, 1908.


The Baptist Sewing Circle gathered
in full force at Mrs. Hocker's on Mon-
day afternoon. This was the last
meeting before the Christmas bazaar,
to be held on the fifteenth of Decem-
ber, and the afternoon was spent fin-
ishing up the articles and getting ev-
erything in readiness for that occa-
Two rooms were filled with the
merry workers, and the large amount
of fancy work accomplished during
the year surprised even the members
themselves. The sight made every-
body think of Christmas. and it look-
ed as 'though Santa Claus had stopped
and unburdened his pack there.
After refreshments and a general
good time the members dispersed, en-
thusiastically hopeful of a very suc-
cessfud bazaar.


An Atcheou woman wt,o Ie o
nervous and inclin#Nd to worv. to te
mother of a boy Sh.' r"eentty rosdi
of a boy who was kinlletl whii' trotleor
skating and imilrit-iaelypivpt h.or .iae s
roller skates in the Iirem not ber
newspaper toldi of a bo~y who was kill
ed ridinrg the stretct ars, and &4 h.076
are frequentlyy killed wh:lo waiting
by street carp running over Qiom sho
enairned her bo'y to the fritnt -lowj
Then she read of a hboy wh-t *IIoll o
hlo-o.-poisoning raatiF'sl ty his eah
rubbing bin he..l dAn't her (t"i-a el* isuis
aflii %tocktings am.' *.ff Th tiory of
a bo~v who hit *#1a ba ho'rfn on his
waist an-!I hoko-',!(w o-*.alb rvoulte
in h.-r taking off teh4)% 4 Itiatho-taHe
hail let-ft 101V *6MAnno-lshirt. and she
is -vitolinx no)w hA? wearinefl~ameol
shirl% Is the-- aiv-e of gre-at rn'.'alty,
allot is thinking tof t.'r-nttg that -
Avehistim GIIJIw


The, bAzaar he-lt id b the aISles.for
thp Prvisbyterian rhtir,'h 41 thp I'.e.
iral National l4ank htai.itng ra...ay1
aftt-irnoon wax quite an tflCroptming of
4 *' ffA#And'ti h hes wa lea f..%,6%1
nihiinly to ?bee 4Ont"-sera'e. $t.'rea
andi the- cAntliesanal fancy wtork .tv
Tw.arftv all .Iimpotimi of. ant 'ji-it- a
11a MIMI was rpalt".

HELP TOBDECORATE THE FAIRI have used Chamberlain's Stom-
BUL G 'ach and Liver Tablets for some time.
The Marion County Fair Associa- and can testify that they have done
e Marion Countyme more good than any tablets I havp
ion requests the good people of ever used. My trouble was a heavy
Ocala who have potted ornaments, dull feeling after eating.-David Free-
plants, shrubs and flowers, to lend man, Kempt, Nova Scotia. These tab-
lets strengthen the stomach and im-
thm for decorative purposes during e^ ? ^ tmh.lr.;
prove the digestion. They also regu-
,he fair. This will greatly add to the late the liver and bowels. They are
attractiveness of the buildings. Mr. far superior to pills, but cost no more.
Heintz will take charge of anything j Get a free sample at all druggists'.
delivered at his green house on North ;and see what a splendid medicine it
is. In
Second street, on Tuesday morning. -_
December 15th. and every precaution Mrs. E. C. Staley and baby dlaugh-
will be used in handling and return- ter have gone to Atlanta and other
ing specimens 'to the owners, places in Georgia to visit relatives.







A small party of young people drove
-iajjAe &puojq s92udS .AHlS pI lno
noon to spend a few hours on that
beautiful run. They went for a ride
a number of miles down the run on
the "Merry Widow," taking their sup-
per along with them and driving
home by moonlight.
This pleasant little affair was given
especially in compliment 'to two popu-
lar visitors, Miss Maude Alexander of
Brooksville and Miss Josephine Tur-
pin of Americus, Georgia. The oth-
ers in the party were Miss Alice Bul-
lock. Mattie Williams, Pauline Sulli-
van, Messrs. 0. B. Howse, R. D. Math-
ews, Emmett E. Robinson and several





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Sup.roe Court of Kansas Upholds
Publication in Good Faith
The u'ipr.n. court of Kansas lays
,ton moni. las in regard( to libel of
gr,-at in,-rot. to the newspapers of
Kan-a* and also to politicians. At-
',rn,v G#n-ral (' C. Coleman brought
-4l1' in the Shawnee district court
analti The Topoka State Journal four
",-ar- ago for libel He claimed it 11-
tw-Il hItm in connection with the Co-
mancho county bond deal while he

mb-4 'ata4 m-..*- tn'.-t-e* ir that that wap running for re-election. The
Stf wt'& *t.', Th. t.. ...t .rf Journal won in the district court, and
Qp ... a d.. t b'. ,.,ui,.,'..-a1 ,, % olman appealed. The supreme
a* ia,, ,, If hi,. h -.r ahuwt r ,- ,ojrT in armlig the decision of the
M ft pur- *an4 b.ot that th.- (Iowr court, says:
V19 sws I. t. a%. a, *teuridan! M *u.b o .f ,mi l u. "ihf the, publisher of a newspaper
il m 3 *.tI" -.M ..' sill pn.at,... tU---s
% 0t* i t. &.,, a w,-,f tho (circulatedi throughout the state pub-
rt* utilfi .e* l .. i tttnk .h. ,, lihab an artirlp reciting facts and
S,. t. r%,,44.4 at -a tb. making conmrunt relating to the offl-
. . .. .. ~ ~. .. .. . .. ., 'o n

ow l, f. 4 a 9117 .!J, -', gmvu A%.q WI!;
ort" 0 !I is I i -?,'-nt ia N Ijl 4 hi
dh *vt# "* at@

14 8 *1 fbo.0.t 1, ftlis* folly

0'. rra,. %y,4v., I

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trial conduct and character of a state
officer who is a candidate for re-elec-
tion for tho sole purpose of giving to
the p-oplf- of the state what he hon-
..-ly lives to be true information
anI for the sole purpose of enabling
the voters to cast their ballots more
itr-llihgontly, and the whole thing is
,lone Itn good faith. the publication is
p:vilo-ged. although the matters con-
ainPd in the article may be untrue
and torogatorv to the character nf thp

too thelb *-.'tatrN t 06) t he- t
thoo Pstuat:..n at the- *endltft.4 r
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301. -of1 tht. t ra-1 mitt, the- Wat.
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poit -1V CU 1 t...p.UU orUL U LUte ieW ior
!his point Packer speaks as follows of the crops
Just what can be done in this field in and around Orlando:
i.- well illustrated in the operations Orange county which was at one
at .hi mill of the Great Southern time the banner orange producing
Limtwr Company, which has just re- county of Florida. but which was
,p-ned its plant at Bogalusa. Louisi- hadly iamagedl by the memorable
ania in r-sponso to the increased de- freeze of fourteen years ago. is fast
tian.t for lItiml,,r alter the recent coming back to its old standard of
viumap it: business. This is perhaps ,il-st in the list. Lastr vear there wre,
lh It.,' lar-,.aw nmiil in the Uniitei ,ie. from Orlanti alone about
:. ,-- if ,( inllthe "no-hi .anil i-; ca ,, .
'Ss if in the" world, an" i" a- 1I box s of citrus fruits, andl
;l.l .f tfi.in out t "iw. enormous t ti, y.ar's crop of grapetnr.it is
.,,,,;i',"' 4f ;.-,.", f lt of sawn lhim- littl-- short of last season's. yot the-
16- r i ,' ar.il ml .'a- -P r (lay. A ,,aAl- ,e.,jral esti ma e anLoi g sluil:p 's1 heo re
,~~~~o~mt ain,,,onal -, ast h,,!!'sl h\ o,
I a 0 : . a fai- iia ot ilis qua i t is to t effeC t hat a ol, itlt, same
,* '-r .- h. n s 1. tha. i I -:of- ; ,t- I ;, a b. i ki' ", 'il '

p;.' i- ,nouiii io l)nild a l:ha t,,wxii
t* tor'ly hoiuse-s, aloig wiT'i a iool-
: c.: ,.rv lay.
Tlhis 'COILIaiy was quick to i:rasp
,h, -i,,nificianc. (,f the i-adni ,ie;pletion
,1 'initor r,.-our c's. Last year i'i be-
caI a c)-operative investigation in
woo, i utilization with the U'nitedt

---------- I-.. ... 1 .. .. ' are fort-' serv ice ani ari-ange-
Q-" ) t1, o 5t .t t oh, It t eeis.i to the tu e,'" -..
IT .~,tii' rinan.r.- $?0o.,,oo :ti s t nients have jus; been compnietedi for
OaM",r Il,' .tan.mat., I l ha'i. yo h r-.r a rene.-al of the experiments. The
1t1h f i.tt.litaot Tht T,,-iat.i work will be alone practical lines
mad u rT f l:tr a d *. p
was m T o. fv f lcut-.&- ailand will be aimed to secur- a closer
flurlatilo Yte-c.it d' f fromn iarti.-- w1t.''
a" "W~ familial with th,. .ubjt- t. utilization of the- products of the
asd t -.t .',lil,-4- t t make, etanitit.'' soutborn lumber mills anl at the
of tho ,h trat..r obtainable- in our, same time produce a margin of prof-
ctt" Tt'a. tl ip made- up o .at of tt'int out t- whole hu...h..- itn excess of that obtained by the
tp ., g -t )t:n out tb.-" whnole' hU. -'
aM ,- .'-tta, t If thb- cit% undler- I methods which are now practiced.
I it th.-n fr,,m fl\. to, t(ie. thousandI The field for work along this line
ttar- mrto w..uld ha%-. t, to aladded is broad. It is well known that the
pu Mrlaing ma,-hanrT t.bI.i4 and 1 ... -
5mp.m. w. .ti h. h .ita do thi superior grades of lumber are obtain-
waft T, t>tnu., b, honl f.,r :00.)000 ed from old mature trees, provided
bmrt*tn fli'. Pt -ipf,, frnm-, th. -. vt.., nuld havo other influences. In other words, a
tim !IS ( I (UK' .r ,.'t.r t., ii i, th <* ... . .
Of.t bw t$14M,.. 10 0 .t t oo [%ah thousand feet. board measure, of lum-
lestw.roo-t akuon. t. -,a% i- s!'u, ngi of rai.,-""
t1 run.t t.. r.-ti. tht.., With ,such r. sawed from a tree two feet in
*t. .t Sint,. itatl. i n.i *it -I. I.'..) e.ntih than a thousand feet sawed from a
I tree only eight inches in diameter.
I wt uv ittl th ,. ,"II .- Mit ,%f the di-
blM IT it i i.i tI- %ith ,it, <'.titra't Moreover, timber cut from young
WO the ite h U k- Cok i',,t I. f,,!\ i trees usually contains a large amount
so* talk akwltl, ,at %,I,%n tih, h4it in anv ,of sapwood If ties. poles, etc.. are
-lit .'r o11 '- .* tt:.4 tt',,- w * r.
M i*..t, t. u-:* ,tt. : It,.- ,,.- t%% ':t. 'cut from such material, they will de-
e-or .-to 0"a .Lit it, hi tia i .,n. cay far twre rapidly than if cut from
66"MdkO t. ,4..-t. f..r f b.t t-rrne-nt ofi heartwo-,od It is not good business
the itt' wit?,.' '.,K ,iow policyc. however, in a great many cas-
l.vir T lz'ar ,,s to saw the most valuable timber
C--t o4 Witer fram Lake Weir to
COf e Floda into conmniodities which are relative-
06018a. Flosda
T ,',- .r ,, .,,, .'...,-' Iy low in (cost. such as ties and poles.
f'u '.,,, *, .,. I' ii T t iII''ntiton. therefore, of the
It "* ., *., : 'nii;an\ t4 tin.i out just what size
Sf 'itai!bt'" van be b e lst ltil-
... ... .. '' 0' Chea er coImllnodities
,. ,. !;, i -',. '. a !r.-s,'rvatie tre'atlebt.
. 'T ', "'1 ;" <': ;

shii l,, fromn this station 4llring this
seas- on as last. While the early ship-
nmeiontS were. as usual, green. anil some
of the I)resont supp)lios are too green
TO l)h fancy. yet the fruit this year
wi!l l e way above last season in qual-
ity. There are at present nine pack-
ing houses in operation here and ev-
ery station in the county, both north
ant south of Orlandlo. has one or
more packing houses.
The vegetable crop here is also
looking fine. anti as the market for
all kinds of Florida vegetables is
good the growers are once more hap-
py. Last season's market was so bad
that many growers throughout the
state have either not planted at all
for the fall andi winter or planted a
much smaller acreage and this sec-
tion is no exception to this rule, hence
those who were not discouraged by
last year's failure will reap the bene-
fit of an unusually fine crop and ev-
ery indication of a continuous good


A special from High Springs inder
date of December 3. says:

NoI so" u

newspapers of the state that II wil[
cause a convention to b1e h11I ill Jack-
so'-ville at no distant la,.
"I[ have talei with va'ioiiis law-
yers and, l)i'..s-i .'> ini-i on thi. SIt)-
jol'T." pontli',edNI MIr Fa!'ris. .and td
have founI tev.ry cnt tO 1 o entliisi-
asticallyv in tavor of hboldingl a con-
V% i1 tion j iI i ekso'vilV a 11,.arlI-y as
possible. They realize, that the Ileprs-
ent consttit':tion is of t cliharac.or that
hinders iro'rre'sz. it: ,'very way. and
desire one that %Nill be atreast of ith
tinies."-Pensacola .Journal.


Of course outsiders have few op-
l)ortunlties of reading a girl's char-
acter from the appearance of her own
special snuggery, but she herself will
benefit by the influence exerted by
orderly surroundings, says the New
York American.
A gril can learn nothing more use-
ful than the simple little trick of hav-
ing her own room beautiful and at-
tractive. There are girls and girls.
and rooms and rooms, yet somehow
or other some girls care little for
their rooms, and some rooms have
the frowning aspect of a prison.
It is not always possible to have
fine furniture, but one can have the
place "homey-looking." One thing is
absolutely necessary-a room must
be clean. A few good pictures, a
pretty bedspread, and neat but not
garish cushions are necessary. Hide



Mr. L. E. Dozier, whose popularity
is attested by the fact that he is
serving his fifth consecutive term as
mayor of Leesburg. was among the
prominent Floridians in Jacksonville
tnis week. Mr. Dozier was en ioute
home from Baltimore and Philadel-
phia, where he went to purchase fur-
nishings for his handsome new hotel,
The Heights, at Leesburg.
The Heights has just been complet-
ed and will be opened for the first
time on December 20. The hotel is
supplied with all modern convenienc-
es. including rooms with private
baths, hot and cold water running in
every room. and gas lights, the hotel
owning its own gas and water plants.
There are thirty large and commo-
dious rooms contained in the house,
with large and airy lobbies, corridors
and halls.
Mr. Dozier stated yesterday that
the increase of tourists to Leesburg
each winter necessitated the erection
of a hotel of the character, and that
many bookings for accommodations
this winter had already been made.
The new hotel has been leased to
Mr. Miller, proprietor of the Raymond
at Atlantic City. a hotel man of years
of experience.
The lake region around Leesburg is
the home of fine fresh water members
of the finny tribe and the woods
abound with quail and other species
of game. That the new hotel has an
ideal location will be acknowledged
by all.-Times-Union.


The melancholy fate of the three
late proposed amendments to our
state constitution taken in connec-
tion with a like fate to amendments
equally worthy in elections previous
to the last one has a tendency to make
citizens who care for the best i,,ter-
ests of the state thoughtful as to
ways and means to subserve those in-
Our present constitution was adopt-
ed under conditions vastly different
from those which now prevail. A tre-
mendous chasm, even less in time
than in development, lies between
now and then, and as a result the or-
ganic law in Florida doesn't meet
the necessities of the case and is an
honest but ancient document vainly
seeking to adapt itself to conditions
for which it was not intended and
never dreamed of by its authors.
Under such circumstances it is no
wonder that there is a growing call
for a constitutional convention to
frame a new organic instrument suit-
ed to the times in which we live. It
is very probable that the following
from a prominent member of the Flor-
ida legislature, which we find in the
Jacksonville Metropolis of Monday,
reflects a large and increasing part
of the public sentiment of the state
on this issue:
"What Florida is most seriously in
need of in a legislative way." said
Hon. Ion L. Farris. member of the
house of representatives from Duval
county. "is, a constitutional conven-
tion. If Florida is more greatly in
need of something else. I would like
very much to know what it is.
"The present constitution is a bat-
tered relic of tbhe past, andl most of
its provisions seem to stand merely
for the purpose of obstructing move-
mients of a progressive character.
What we need is a con-.titution that
fits todlay-nor the ,iays ,f e-ns-ra-
tions past. anif I holop the IMtr''opolis
will start a nv)vemen? anion,- thl

Wilton Seamless Art Squares-A-, ,n
the latest designs, all sizes. $40 to
Axminister Art Squares-In many
pretty designs. $20 to $35.
Wool Fibre and Fibre Art Squares-
Only $12.
Imperial Smyrna Art Squares-422 to
$45. (We are Ocala agents for
these goods).


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standard Miaxes of Plumrbing Go@"o. -So nG's 0S Piv 16 ir P%, M
Acetylene Gas Plants Sold and Insalofd CMPOO& &WmONO *'mFOewM 6
mIttod on any Work In our llno.

P. 0. Box No. 944


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Jute A"t Squaeo---)' '
Cotton and Woo A-? la-v--.

Ten Wre Taoe*st'-, -.. d
Square*--$'8 to $2.
Ail Wool Granrto r *a 4
Squares--$ to $14
Japanese Matting A"t Sa-@-.
Small Rugs to match ai of tO t4
at reasonabt' pr ces



China Dinner Sets, $10.00 to $125.00. Ten Pic-< 'rT
Sets, $4.00 to $25.00. Big line of China and Porcclan
Dinner Sets in all of the Latest Patterns

W t have just addil 50 ,,- r..-4r < ,:' ,,, ,. .i :,
than ever proparod TO ,iiplay ,) :,r r'., :
the nI1ar futire also ai' a ci (r ,r .r. r '


Exclusive Ocala agents for AIlwin ,) C.irt-. ,i. c,,i'r- Si'.

W art-(iA .)tl~ r t oll!,:i' 11t4hl r. ti 'w 4 M i n-i
few w n4)v lox iav%- -- onh~and wi ll I,,. -;d1t.'.e~

llclver and 'IacKay


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I Stands Like a Stone Wi
Turn Cattle, Hormes, s Hg-4s Prasfltmy hnmb


Buy your new fence for years to come. Get the big, heay wires, ft
hinge joint, the good galvanizing, the exactly proportioned quality of sd
that is not too hard nor too soft.
We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its merits amd
superiority, not ny the roll but in the field C -me ad- m ud -IU g
our pricI.


B. CLARKSUN, Manager

Remonstrating with Duncan Jordan the ugly trunk with a cover, and have
for the latter's alleged abuse of a ne- a scrap basket to hold the little odds lHm e C ured H um s 8 B acon
gro boy who was driving his carriage, and ends which must be burned. On
cost the life of Marshal George L. the table have well selected books Wish To Announe 0
Bryant of this place this afternoon, and magazines. Select pictures as W s T n e T t O
Public feeling is running high against you would friends, carefully, and for
Jordan. who is addicted to the misuse their real value. Keep l)ost cars in N O V W E I
of whiskey, and who. it is alleged, was a post card album. Do not decorat ,
under the influence of liquor when the the walls with them. will be ready to store and cure meat, an
^Z^^ ^^'^'^ 'Z-.,,.. ..K- v-We will be red to store and cure meat, and
fatal shot was fired. Have a place for shib ts, for if a.iN*-
Jordan. after a tdebatuch, which is hing, makes a room nuIt x-T i. a pai are prepared and fully equipped to handle all
sair to have last, s eral days, was of tan shoes lyinl' unt.- hI i Io e a
ro ,,rnin- o.hishon,,hj afternocM.' neat offered us. We ,,re .ttP MI.e..I 4.I

. .. .. .. OCALA, FLORIDA

Our new st'.ck of Va I G- l.i!% I. ~I-[P0%ho:
public to call and inwA'O-t .fhr i
will compared~ with our late- ey It-. K. h .iz
Of eourse we could nrut b~-;4 iti t P~riim l*at .
but we would call v-, iur attentioni t. : .h
goods anti priue-'. -.4 htrs ini pra 'p rtt'



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fha' 'I .. i "' .Tvipl't-' th." w t i... t-411 1hift i 10 T the-. TO STUDY TIMBER CONSERVA-
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ON" ,n tfT T .lI t. run Th'-n ,Tr, th.'
Nf ,'.%..'tmt r -M": h. T, tr v
Oe 4& ..' \..-*m tr l ,f th Th- future development of the lum-
cr~t q ,t>.II | ..'*, n 'I n,,tif' th," i a:-r ..n.utr i
mq k. I I th t11 f n v ilthe%%ru. -n. r sty m this country lies in
qWcot,0t hat .t' a' it.0th valueI t. U h th, idirection of a closer utilization of
eo ritorir tdi te o rhtrat in tht' it! forest products. Both forsters and
wm ti mT te% *-or% rnT'rr in'i't t" at.,l-i ,-pactical lumbermen now agree on

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Bpg.-'" Aoss(,r'mnT of Vases ever
't,. in (Kala at Fi.-bhel's 5 and 10
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M I' 1. iuriso was in Ocala Sat-
*- a> ...i, -ay.- that after cioss-
r. ':.,* v.-r he saw a flock of wild
w' ',"r t.-n in number. They
T > T, T.'..',: n: r ..-,lia'.l ahead of him
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'..~t.T'.a' i IA. luniv is-

Mr.. M. Handelsman. who is so well

known in Ocala in connection with
the Boston Store, will visit this city
this week. She now resides at New-
port News, Va.. and has a large la-
dies' tailoring establishment in con-
n-clion with her store there, and will
so( n have a large number of these!*
tailor-made gowns for all in the Bos-i
lon Store here. They have to be seen
to be appreciated. Many of the pat I
rons of tbhis store know what these
garments are and will be glad to
ow.ov, iha- more of them are to be
pla',- o Go iPale it this well known

Order your Wagon. Carriage, Fenc-
ing. St wing Machine, Range. Farm
M.(chinery. etc., of Florida Purchas-
ing Agency. Palatka. and save 10 to
'Ii per (ent. Write for particulars.
Azrn's (Cyphers Incubators and sup-
RSl: OLTI O R11-13-tfw.


To the Memory of Capt. Samuel Fos-
ter Rou, by the Marion County
Confederate Camp, No. 56
Thcr'igh the providence of Almighty
God. o'-r comrade has been removed
!V i!eaih: therefore, be it
Rt -olved. That we mourn the loss
- ', i of our comrade and hereby ex-
-nd our sincere sympathy to his;
,ear ;r:-nds and relatives.
(al.t. Rou was born in Fairfield dis-
trict. S. C. April 13th. A. D. 1,2.:.
an]l died in Marion county, Florida,.
.une, 2'Th. 19o(l. He was a private in
Th( Fairfield county Palmetto regi-
-p nT in riht Mexican war: was promot-
. ,o lieutenant and was wounded:
v as ,.'-nd lieutenant of Marion Dra-
onms. Florida- was promoted to cap--
*ain of Corni)any F. second regiment!
,f F'orida cavalry, and served ouT the
nmir, war.
Rt-z.olvd,l. That a copy of these reso-
lulioDns be presen:.ed to his relatives
-n! one To 'he (daily papers for pub-
'.! ".' i'_ ;:.
.. '. L.. DITTO.


"Thr+y vtars aao I was marked for:
,c,. h. A grave-yard cough was tear-
in, :uy lungs to pieces. Doctors fail-
P1 o help me. and hope had fled.j
-iwne u:' hhusl)and got Dr. King's!
\',wv Dis'cuvery." says Mrs. A. C. Wil-i
W;:is t.- Ilac. Ky. "The first dose!
^-ite-.Ii 1, mnd improvement kept on;
:... iI I had gained 58 pounds in weight
.;! my health was fully restored.";
T ....' ,edicine holds the world's hleal-,
,in- reirdf tor coughs and colds andt
1,'in al, throat diseases. It prevents
i fe,,monia. Sold under guarantee at:
T', itis & Co. Drug Store. 51c. and
.1. Trial bottle free. m


Conflicting Opinicns-One Paper Says
It !s cf No Value-Another Paper
Says That It Is Doing As
Well As It Can
't'li, St'rk. Teltzramh sav, that i;
)< )T.' o The le ,wspalpers of the slate
iha' is -oing to insist that we have
lowe.r taxes or know ,he reason why.
Ant the Inldex is another. It can-
not be done. though, by increasing
salaries nor by creating new berths-
additional commissions of various
kindIs-Lake City Index.
And here's another. As a starter.,
let's abolish the, railroad commission
and save $25.'0'oo in one lump. As this
commission is of absolutely no ,alue:
to the tax payers its abolition should ,
it. thile rst work of h,-T legIislature.
\V' ha tv- otlWr .1uge-:ions equally
.t:poiarl'>i'.-Broni on Timet's-DIeiocrat.



Saturday morning Mr. Daniel Bo-
gart drove from his home at Belle-
view with a load of oranges for sale.
WVhen he reached the home of Mrs. C.
J. Phillips he told her that he was
very ill. She gave him a drink of
brandy and he started on to town. He
stopped again at the residence of Mrs.
M. C. Looney, and while she was talk-
ing to him he asked her if she could
not send for a physician quickly, that
be was d(lying. She asked him if he
could, with assistance, drive to Dr.
Hood s residence, around the corner.
but he shook his head. and was then
gasping for breath. Mrs. Looney ran
for help and in a few minutes Mr. Ed:
Tucker and Mr. Isaac Stvens. who
happened to be passinA an to Mr.
Bogart's assistance. T-ey carried
him from the wagon to the piazza and
made him as comfortable as possible.
Dr. A. L. Izlar. accompanied by Mr.
C. 0. Fox, arrived in about five min-
utes and moved the d(lying man into
the house, but he oLly lived about
ten minutes after their arrival, hi5
death occurring at half pa.t eleven
The body was taken in charge of
by Messrs. Mclver & MacKay and;
moved to their undertaking parlors, i
A message was dispatched to Mrs.
Bogart, who came to Ocala on the af-!
ternoon train.
Mr. Bogart was formerly a resident'
of this city, being in the employ of
Mclver & MacKay. He was in 'oor I
health and moved to Belleview in or-
der to live in the open air. He rais-
e(d oranges, vegetables, etc., and was i
in very comfortable circumstances.!
His friends and neighbors very great-
ly deplore his sudden death.
Mr. Bogart had wealthy relatives in
Buffalo and Brooklyn, New York,
where he formerly lived, and he had
just fallen heir to about $15.000,
through the death of an aunt.
The deceased is survived by a wife
and two daughters.
Mr. Bogart's body was taken to
Belleview Saturday afternoon, an1 the
funeral was held the-re Sunday after-

Nothing is more acceptable than a:
good box of Lake Weir fruit. We at-!
tend to the shipment for you an 1 ccaii
tiji a limited number of orders at ihe
following prices-all selected fruit:
Oranges, per box ... ..........$.,0
Grapefruit, per box ........... ..'"
Half grapefruit. half oranges... ;,,,
Mail your orders to WOODMARj
NURSERY CO., Eastlake, Fla., or P. i
0. Box 957. Ocala, FIa. 11-27w |


owe of Thousauus of I"EM&
St., Toledo, Ohio, writes: "Peruna
cured me of internal catarrh. I took
about four bottles when I noticed the Im-
provement and the fifth bottle ueared me.
"I do not know what I would have
been Uke today had I not got Peruna,
for I was in a terrible state. I hadpalm
all over and was cross and irritable. I
was losing hope of ever being well
again, and was downhearted. I am to-
day a cured woman, after suffering for
nine months.
"I cannot tell you how happy I feel,
but you will know. I never heard of
such medicine; it is the best medicine
on earth. My husband is now taking
it. I will always keep Peruna in my
house. Peruna is the best friend I ever
had. It must be praised; it cured me."
Pe-ru-na Tablets.
For two years Dr. Hartman and his
assistants have labored incessantly to
create Peruna in tablet form, and their
strenuous efforts have just been crowned
with success. People who object to
liquid medicines can now secure Peruna
"Ask your Druggist for a free



A ",ar ao( Saturlday ni.hr occurredl

MRS. HARVEY CLARK HOSTESS Itho beo-iti'ul wedding that united the
----,+isti..ips. of l)rertv Miss [Louise S'.coat
Mrs Harvey ('lark was the hostessofrett Miss Louise Scot
and .Mr. John H. Taylor. In cel-bra-
wv-ho entertaine.l the members of ther.ohn H. Taylor. In cbra-
Sii .n of ihr- first anniversary celt'hra-
Young Ladies' Card Club on Saturday dat, rar r
afternoon at three o'clock. Mrs. tion M-s. Tavylr's ,o r 'i:, :
Clark gave her party at the home of ery of-ha .x:inz s!,:r;ris, f')r :"., s.
her sister. Mrs. William FI. Powers, on invited all ()f the yn'z ;.eple. who
Watula street. were atteniant.ts ar ;he ir niarriatL-'. ,
There were five tables of progres-spenth ening with th N
. spends the evening with theml. .\<,r a
sive whist, the games being played in
the pretty living room and dining hint of this happy secr laked EIlt.
room. so when the giesrt arr.'ed,! last tih"
There were two pretty prizes, a Mr and Mrs. Taylor were c.r'ainl.
waste-paper basket for games, and a sprised. and most happily. Th.
dlaint h!an,-painte,. ipic'ur- fram-' f'or h 'h, msel'es qute a o th.
.showPI ,hernselves qui,+ <-'(,lal 'o Th,.
points. Mis.; Robinson won the for-
m, a,,(1 Mrs. .John Taylor the latter. occasion, an1 this n +,rrily in:ora.-i
Diiinity canldy was servedl on the 'vpning Sljent with th+m ;t the Sc''
tables, and after the games dainty home was a most enjoyable oIC-e.
refi'reshreits. consisting of tomatoes Most of the evening was devotd tro
andl mayonaisc, cherry saladl, sand- playing cards and music. etc. was ,.n
wiches and pickles were served by jo*v-d, Mrs. Scot lat"r ring daintv
AT- t air .-r-in-dti.

wbm Pe-mam b Wit
IlRS. MARIA 04)331, OV601%
IVL Oklahoma, writes: "My liws-=
children and myself haem mod gem
medicine., 4ad we always kep U
in the bohoe im em of nr-Noy.
"I was restored to bealth by M
medicine. People ak a hM m6M
different places, and are suyrtw 1
I can do all of my hou-wwk -ab8
and that I was cured by the 4dn d
chronic catarrh.
"My husband was eured o. ad a
my daughter of earachb and esmbg d
the stomach, and my s on e.1 t go
the throw. When I wesmwtek I w
onea h -dre pou"di; w I w- b e
hundred and forty. wnaa q Ift
serves. and to a greas Fmp~d 2
terms of ehroaje eatawb."
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I1 1t MA PROPITION section on sea island cotton, tobacco, my article in full, you will see the nizes each southern state as the fil
oranges, etc., says: injustice that you have done me and and perfect equal of every ot0 r[
11 t maid that we may expect any- "But last and worst scene of all, will correct ft. din the Union, and accord them tht'
StBt froe a galus. That a real gen- Mr- John S. Beard, a member of the I have seen several unfair criti- full constitutional rights.
fits of fan-Florida state senate and late a candi- cisms in other papers, but have not i The south asks no more, and should
Is ta p liar fight o f date before the democratic primaries noticed them. From my long ac- be satisfied with no less.
rt a % ometie soars to very dizzy of this state for United States sena- quaintance with you, however, I am The south can in this way bring
ad disturbitng and perplexing tor, is proposing that people of the satisfied 'that your criticisms spring the government back to the constitu
herights ,south take no further part in from no unfriendliness or unfairness, tion of their fathers, and again
J him solely by his recent national politics except to elect but simply from a misconception of potent factor in the federal councils
.. t.ake, i*.7 Mr Joh.r presidential electors, and put them ithe ends that I had irnview, derived
pmroaition. Ire take it that Mr. oa 1 -_ AHUVT
"ptnI .up, as the Lake City Index expresses from reading the unfair and unjust BEARD AND THE SOUTH'S VOTE
S B-~rd of Penwwacola is to be reck-it to the highest bidder, and sell constructions placed upon the article -
,o,-,I with a. a genius, them to either party that will offer by some of the sate press. .. Hon. John S. Beard of Pensacol
Ho- aad~ that the south separate the most for them. I remain. has suggested that in the future the
be-r.lf from all political affiliations "Mr. Beard says give these electoral Yours very truly, i southern states hold their 120 ele'tor-
S. .. votes to the party that will guaran- JOHN S. BEARD. al votes and give them to the part
sihb the balance of the Union; thatanr
ab be bou.d by no political ties; that tee to the south most of the things at oes
ba no tenets of political fa.th....... she wan-s-meaning, perhaps, in Let the Southern Democracy Hold that promises the most to the south
.hllt. Ilat no ten~uM Of poUtlCal aIltn; ... ..sugetonso.d.lkea
'hat .stw no longer take part in nview of the agitation now going on, Aloof Mr. Beard's suggestion sounds like
nula f tcl platforms; the largest measure of protection to attempt to break up the solid :ut
lenniu of olil a tdidforms; her products and the largest slice Since 18CO the southern states have swallowing It whole. Whatt
hay sho p",tion toli ani indifferent from the official pie counter." been practically eliminated from the by fir sing t wo l hat a
['fb tso. nut~tifn of things going on !.. .... s "f.givinthe been from theA
.nh ,ut.o ,hins going tonl You evidently have not read the Federal councils anl as a Federal fac-
arinirt~ .raetmrl oeet :,- uhat pofmiving the grotestgoo to-pa
or.. ** ..Ie 1ept merely to elect article you so severely criticize, but tor. though it is true that from 1861 to promises the greatest t
~r..#1.'1,cl ,i.'ors, so &8s to ho!d haedeiedyurolykowegeo the south?"',What do promis*s amount,
b.n, to th. r,'st of the comrtry as have derived your only knowledge of 1865 these stares were voluntarily ab- he south? hat o promise ao
n ,al-,,,. r,4f powr--a sort of men- it from the unfair and unfriendly con- sent from thos- councils. During the to?
~.ih %ohi-h to fri-ht- n political structions placed upon it by some of past half cen'oiry the Southern states withinn tho next four year.- *tmix
the state press. I enclose you tb- have had practically no voice in shap- ,-acv should bc give a Turkish ha h
,t. .8 1i4, riil'.ts which he saying Pensacola "Journal" containing the ing the polie,, of the Fedleral govern- cleaned of all its Taggarts anI Tar
K oDO prs. hichheaysarticle in full. As a fair and candid mnient andl hav. been the prey of th, an a
.- 1. h1 nto n o th ma aotd an. I know that you will see at once othbcr section -. Literally, the South- :any Hall scores. and a man ,
.u h h ,..posuth } wha!ad te that you have done me a great in- er states ha.-o been ;he rax- pro- -es up favorably with the stani'
m, WA mTA plpf)osition tn l9; what.aI
i. txa^- ',peli the outcome?- The Justice. Pan you find anything in ,i,,.,r: and t:. other sections of the i;i Jefferson put before the pe.>-c
oq,,,il h I ,&%#. lntweiithe outcome.? The oh,-e t o s'fth
Si -torl vots woull have that art tojustify the statement Union htive '?Yo. tax consumers iryan bas l-en rhrc, .fea *e!. .. r
.r that "Mr-,n L--n says d- -d
it-o \i' ,.ltoral vots woul. and have that "Mr. heard says give these elec- For half a century the Southern tthough he is an roraor. :.- -
at.,o ilernothingto offar for thm h toral votes to the party that will states. each recurring four years. ly clean man. and thoroughly tt:,,
in "tn,,h'guarantee to the south most of the have sent delegates to th? democratic for president. the people t 'a
,n r,.,irh, for p,**,a i.ae O n im cai resident_, the people don't wanti
T, r,',u ni. h ssts 'hings she wants-meaning, perhaps, fe,!eral conventions, and -hvo been him.
Th- .,i lrit itnis he socialists view of the agitation now going tr.eaed y b those convenes iml r ears suggestion that the
tAi- ., 'l, I .al n ul the derlinaf i on, thb? largest measure of protection as a party asset. For half a cnturyolid south throw its vote to thpa
-hh ,.' *t.. t~i ^a~ in t he declination soi south 5apr> fbl orni enuy ^ y throw its vote to the par
t 1 to her products and the largest slice the. Souithr"n states have hb& k; f V1. 1# 04-- It..inonk ai- tho-v likewise i ty p oin n ^ae a e n promising h raet o dt h
th' likewise from the official pie counter?" all to the federal democracy ail re- ..hge ino te, aincr. g-
off i.oihing in ret urn. t h is undloubted3ly a sincrv sui
S"f'' 'i Uasn inIpndent Upon the contrary, do I not dis- ceiling nothing from .rhat tlemnocracv.eI
1 M K;l.>^asin+ pendent *.. tI~i -nong *ro 0S.iicac.^^^ gmpoie' Twn
tinctly say. "The south can enforce For half a century the Soe-hern oi,1. But. promisr o lri-
.:'* *. .tt., 'l not IPI~4 them t -el So aracetnrefoi~hern to ,^ e thiinkj to rest on jeroni-st'.
t.t fit-lnot tie-,Athem those principles of democracy which -tfitos have 1,-: : ,dtnietl that full anil th*o o)8oir
don oiltha "ill ndEititor t).,irty wouldI lrowvisk a~n fhin
'l..,-in- had their birth in the constitution by tp-rfect eqiualv wi-th k._ the,- states .and evrthig to ,tth-l2 lnvto
'. a ..li ha'. l>sen nio mar-- ,, . { e K a..\V T. .. (n a nd.- everything to g^t the l2'ij el-ctor
S.. ,h, r split ,ical oils holding the balance of power? of the I'nion.whi(,h is tteir constirn- al votes. Hell is pavedl with gooi i-t
A -l Has protection of private industries ionial right. Th Sot horn sta'es- eaino marer how goo i ie
,! vr".M had her t,.ntions,. and no mater how go,)l
S' ' many place in the constitution? Is i: have )en ,nxpl,)ioed to enrich the ino o h ar ai -.
.- h..r hands ith no mocrac intentions of the party making th
.. ..t ir,."*0'nM ann no principle of d democracy? c; ho r s ctio. lbY u, ,iiT scrini- lprominses. th- south- would continue
S l t u a linl .' index. Again, do I not distinctly say, "The nating and dishoneo-" law. onactedl to cultivate lemons for the politiciatins
1 T.,'2 Of i w.r :41outh holding the balance of power, over their protest by selfish sectional To hand bak to it.-Miami Motrol)o-
011 of !1#v can decide elections in favor of that niajrio bak r t-M
-. t'i;,: -!i. wo'uld have lij itr .
.. ,, ,;a. a party or section which hews closest It is time for tbh- Southern stares
1I) :,:.1' it;>ns'r acpll-ae ca deid selection in favor of th. niaj'incis.u.
to the constitution, and which rc- to assert thomselv,- antil t.kie their Soni. of our bi- cit dailies hav
' i ;', .t,, i K, nr o d s n ^ l ^ b l \ ^ a d n e i ^ io m e o f o u r b ig c i t y d a ili es l ia v e,
4.,*4 1.!it'ti4 oif things WUII ognizes each southern state as 'he prelfer i)lac:s iL the (cOUInci. of the discarderd the comic suplement and
1' ,, .- h, in 19r'.. stili full and perfect equal of every other Uxnion and again as a section become the fact of their doing so is vy tni-
.~ .lm ;iii ; tiilhtsion of state in the union and accords them a potent factor in shaping ,:he polici-s versally commended. If the Sunday
*;ill J4 >'1.111 ;< iiil~it ionl of ., ~ i- d-o nsi ig.ep n i. versallv commended. If the Sunday
,lif Mr. their full constitutional rights?" Is of our crrnon country. newspaper er also to discard i
-. .; 11-. .. *- n; 1'.,,,.. a n~l if M r. ,' J r t o o .. ^. n e w sp a p e r w e re a lso to d isca rd th *1
Se this a suggestion to put the electors They should anti will for-ver pre- stories of sea serpents, monster oa
,. ,, .r. ,l ,i'. l ,i o 1 .- (. r i o~ u s l y c o n n A o l l d i 1 r i ^ i p e g o i s o e e p n s o s e o
of ... o ti.,,-)serothn s vOrv n- of the south up "to the highest bid- serve intact their slate dieiocratic or- constrictors an a lot of other ensa-
*** < 41!* ,owenthing very un- .' S ;, der and sell them to either party that ganizatons if for no other reason tonal stuff it would be the cause of
,, f t,, ri' r .,,,.- in 1912. will do the most for them?" than because of absolute white supre- still further congratulation. If these
STh,.-r - nothtnK about the propo- Again, do I not say that "the south macy demands the solidity and unity papers would look to the quality in-
can in this wav bring the govern- of the white people. s o th qaty of t mt
.,w ',, i,'h. r, ith pa:hos nor stead of the quantity of the matter
.t,. i* it inspira- ment back to the constitution of the But they should attend no more with which they are filled they would
*: i.,'h,,ag to ,.ltrifv its advo- fathers?" Is there any suggestion in federal conventions. Bound by no be more appreciated.
this that is an abandonment of the ties to any candidate for president or
.. *i', ze al an e.ithu siasmn .
Af 'oin M lit to separate our- principles of democracy, the consti- vice-president, elect their electors
",' ;!, )ahan(', oftono tuition of our country, or "to sell the and hold them as a balance of power
.i ,*h. .ar .,,..r. Fitn Hill from electors of the south to either party to determine the election of the candi-
" t,,. ,.h.. ,a, th r I'ni,.d atD.e senate, that will give to the south the most dates of that party which will accord T H |
nnd t ain the way of protection to her in- them the entire measure of their con-

SAr. hr e are In he house tres?" stitutional rights as the full and per-
\ .r r.. h..r, our broth hers and ours After reading this article in its en- feet equals of the states of the Union. | r n H T rW
,, ,-nh...n nr warethr at d ome. tirety, can you say that there is in it, After the electors are chosen, and 1 1
- '-',,tli~ani'htl arll~ We' are at home. to .. ..

' h,, a the. author of th,. eclara- taken from the context, a suggestion which they shall meet and cast the
h, iht,l..-atiioro.fc. A southern that warrants the criticism in )our vote of their respective states, let the l 1 1
t n,," editorial? Is not a political party electors of all the Southern states

it) l. 1the, arniies of the colonies? only a means to secure desired ends? meet at some central poin-t in the
is .,'h..rn man mas it not" Were not the administration of the south and decide for which candidates TO
r Wh, -er.. ti.truimental in forming federal government In accord with for president and vice-president the
"mnr.e isrf.ct Union'" Southern the federal constitution and 'the se- electoral vote of the entire south shall IV
,, ..., ~.r. heyrot Read the record. curing of "equal Justice to all and be cast. I V
h, a., at ttih, head of our armies special privileges to none" the great The Southern states, the solid south GV
1 ,%. *T our second war with Great ends which Jefferson had in view -the eleven states of the south
StrtAi,,,ti a,,i o, the. battle of New when he organized the democratic- which are always and under all cir- T
i,.s.i," kndrv. Jackson. a southern republican party? Are not the sug- cumstances democratic-have 120 P
a,. d r. nhn gestions that I make. in the article electoral votes. New York with 39 F R
1A'. n y r ,.-clar,, against you critise. simply to adopt a method electoral votes, is pivotal in nearly ev-
,. ", i'.d oit armnie- against intended to secure those ends-the ery federal campaign. The south with To the Little Girls Und
,, .,-ontry" WVinfield administration of the government in 120 electoral votes, nearly four times
I ,, .,,, 7., .i,, Tae vl,,r. .outhern accord with the constitution of the as many as New York. can be the de- Will Writ
.. T.. ,, fathers and equal justice to all and termining factor in every election.
si),cial privileges to none? Have we A N TAngfcori veyeecin
.. ,.-,,un,.nti:tl in making special p to one? H we The constitution designs that each A
.,;r h, ot.j of such not been for' fifty years, and will we state shall appoint her electors and
J-t W hi.' t s~of suchsttshlaponheeecrsndAT
* '* ;tt .!lohn Marshall. not continue to be. at the mercy of a that those electors shall determine,
b h n u and of northern political mercenar- after the election, in the electoral A Flo T
S '* ,i. ,*** our is. especially Tammany, as long as college of their respective states, for n OlOW Th
'- ,.0 ri,-t7 wte adlhere to the present plan? whon their Nvoes shall be cast for
'\ ,.* !.s-'.,n .e. ,,son. am quite sure that. after reading president and vice-l)resident. The Tell him what you
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Mim. Lwinda C. Hill, of Freeland, 0., writes: .
" Idore I bepn to tak Oardul, I suffered so badly
I wvm afraid to lie down at night. After I began to
tIg k I t lt better in a week. Now my pains have
& I am sleep like a girl of 16 and the change
SWUe m mArly left me." Try Cardui.


WANTED men 1 "iy and character in every
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The Elks Hold Memorial Services at
S Their Hall Sunday Afternoon
Sunday afternoon at four o'clock,
at their attractive lodge rooms the
Ocala Lodge No. 851, B. P. 0. E., met
for an hour's session of sorrow, as a
mark of love and respect for their
honored dead.
This day had been set apart by the
,Elks all over the country for the
memorial services, and the idea that
the Elks in so many different places
at that identical hour were thus hon-
oring their departed brothers was a
most inspiring one.
During the voluntary played by Miss
Wartmann the lodge members enter-
ed the hall and took their seats, the
exalted ruler. Mr. Stephen Jewett,
occupying a chair on the platform
and the other officers in their respect-
ive places, viz: Mr. Bradford Webb,
esteemed leading knight; Mr. Edward
Drake, esteemed loyal knight; Mr.
Sidney Haile, esteemed lecturing
knight: Mr. Alfred J. Beck, tiler; Mr.
Robert D. Mathews, inner guard. Mr.
George Blitch was acting secretary,
and Mr. E. J. Crook was acting treas-
The exalted ruler called the lodge
to order and shortly afterwards the
roll of the d(lead members was called
by the secretary. Those whose
names were called and who will nev-
er again answer to an earthly roll call
were Messrs. A. T. Priest. S. W. Tea-
gue. S. A. Standley, E. L. McIntosl4
M. H. Newberger. H. G. Keen, J. L.
Wyche, H. A. Ford, T. H. Wallis and
P. R. Lester.
A lovely quartette by Messrs. J. J.
and A. E. Gerig. Mrs. H. H. Lapham
and Mrs. R. G. Blake. entitled. "Day-
break." was )eaultifulily rendered, fol-
lowed by the ritual of the order.
After the singing of the opening
ode and a beautiful prayer, Rev. G. H.
Harrison of (Grace Episcopal church,
d,,iverl a short address, which was
very pleasing to all who heard h.im.
He used as the four subjects of his
ra;k the words. Charity. Justice,
Brotherly Love, Fidelity, which are
written across the portals of the
Elks. and e:ublazoned upon their
shields. The sentiments dwelt upon
by Mr. Harrison were clothed in lan-
guage of unusual beauty, and hs talk
was an inspiration to not only the
Elks but to all those who were pres-
ent on Sunday.
Mrs. E. H. Mote sang very sweetly
after Mr. Harrison's address, her
song, entitled, "The Homeland," be-
ing exceedingly pretty. Her song
was followed by the closing ceremon-
ies of the order, conducted by the ex-
alted ruler.
Besides the members of the lodge
present on Sunday at the session of
sorrow, there were many others in at-
tendance, among them being quite a
number of ladies.

(The following is an original -
written by Master Dexter P
and was read at the last meet
the Junior Epwortb League
Methodist Episcopal church, soi
this city. It is printed in the:
umns at the request of the Lea
Many years ago the Pilgrim-
to this country. They came
small ship called the Mayflow
brought a brave band of men.
first landed in a place called
Cod. A brave soldier and his
band of men landed first. The]
looking for a good place for the
home. In one place they sai
the ground had been dug up.
began to dig, and what do yo
pose was hidden in the groun
was an Indian basket of corn.
placed there )y the Indians.
was The first time they had seei
They took some of the corn witt
:o plan in the spring. This
soldier and his men made main:
looking for ool place for the

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industries of Florida.
Though in the "sear and yellow
leaf" Mr. Eichelberger writes hope-
fully of getting his cotton claim and
ending his days in luxuriant ease.


In the assurance of the largest crop
of oranges since the year preceding
the big fr -e(ze. Florida's citrus region
may well anticipate Christmas with
unfeigned satisfaction. The fruit.



they ate, the Pilgrims and the In-
dians asked God's blessing on the
feast. When night came they had
a good time, playing games of all
kinds. The Indians had such a good
time that they did not go home for
three days.
But it was not all sunshine for the
Pilgrims. There was a time when
they had very little food to eat. It
was summer, and the corn would not
be ripe for many months. They
caught fish, dug clams and snared
game. Some nights many of them
did not know where to find food when
the morning came. The children
pleaded for bread, but it was not to
be had. Five grains of corn was all
a boy had for his meal, besides a clam
or crab. Strong men became faint
for want of food. But they would not
give up, for they had trusted in God.
They thanked God for giving that
much for their feast.
How we ought to spend Thanksgiv-
ing: We ought to give things to the
poor. and be thankful for our good
homes and good parents: also be
thankful for good home and land.

This paper is recently in receipt of
a letter from Mr. A. L. Eichelberger.
He is now living at No. 8 Oakland
avenue, Atlanta. His health and that
of his family is excellent.
He says that he is satisfied that
times will be better, money more
plentiful and confidence will be re-
stored soon after Mr. Taft is inagu-
rated. He thinks that greater en-
terprises will be launched than for
years past and when the Panama
canal is completed and a canal cut
across the peninsular of Florida the
great trade between the Atlantic and
Pacific oceans will be conveyed by
this route.
Mr. Eichelberger says that he
visited old Panama when he was
twenty years of age. The city was
then surrounded by a rock wall
twenty feet high and fifteen feet wide.
It had but one entrance, an iron gate
fifteen feet in width sufficiently
strong to withstand any attack from
an enemy with the then implements
of war. But what attracted him most
was the beautiful Castilian senoritas.
He says that history says that Pana-
ma was settled by the Spanish nobil-
ity. who fled from their homes in
Spain during the Thirty Years War.
In 1848 Capt. Walker, who was
called the "Bloody Buccaneer of the
Pacific Ocean," burned the town,
almost destroying it.
Mr. Eichelberger says that when
he was there the most delicious oran-
ges were selling very cheap and he
never forgot them and it led finally
to his planting an orange grove in
Florida, the first grove planted for
profit in this state, perhaps, and
which led to one of the most valuable


And the Opening

Day was


than we had an-


Crowds thronged the store from

the opening hour until the doors

closed last night. The people of

Marion County need not be told

in any other way than plain fig-

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ih- i.rtion.rt point of view, work isInow conducted? No. Why not? Be-
U,, it, t'.'lf. punlst!ment; but t.aticause no system Is just that leases;
frk of C"flnponatlon for that vorkifor hard labor women, and those'
i 'ti e.-*i punishment. j physically unable to perform manual
Ua. Pron Muet be Worked-How labor.
*hall They be Worked? What would be your remedy? Im-i
w% 4,o not think it necetsary to prove on our present system? HowI
rornI*..r th#* right of a prisoner to la- can this be done? A plan has already OC
to.r \ r. rTsogfie the fact that ev- been suggested by our progressive l-
*r man whether freeman or prison- commissioner of agriculture, the Hon.
* h.a by virtue of his very exist- B. E. McLin, which removes some of:
*tI,, ,h#- rtgeb to labor But. who these defects and materially lessens
-hall fi the' adjustment of the pris- the odium now more or less attached; (
,ant ',( the. conditions under which he to the lease system.I oc
i t. latr" Mr. McLin's Suggestions
Thb,, must of course, rest with the "First. Let the legislature, over the L
*'a,* and l.hould the state ever sur- board of county commissioners ofI
r'.n'i-tr It. control of this adjustment, state institutions to use a fund suf-
i r. -houll # .-r cate.r to maudiln ficient, arising from the hire of the
.,. rin,.n it ould be. doing a grave state prisoners, to purchase the pres-
;t.j,*,. ,,, ,,i-ov The greatest ent hospital property near Ocala. or OC
a, gor in lour country tolay is the other property, and construct such
cri,,tsi. -Iirit of law]eh.;sness. Pa- buildings thereon as, in their judg-
.it tiinnr th.ir child An failing to ment, is deemed advisable.
. b.,' .i i t ..,lie.ncv-. thereby wreck- "Second. Direct the board of
,T* 'h< h>nm- ant unfitting the child commissioners of tile state institu-
'."* -,ti l 'Zin.-hip. (;oodl civil gov- tions not to lease women, the aged,
S*Tri. n' i- |,o.'-.Il.I- only when wise disabled or infirm. Eliminate all such
AiA. J1..1t IN,. ar. rigoroutsly enforc- from the lease. Put such on the E.
m*-. NI .1ti.i p. otialti. inhimos.d for dis- farm, the state to maintain such pris-
,..l ner owners and farm out of the proceeds
As to the System of Labor of the farm. Those able to do ser-
t t.i' iiff-renre. o(f opinion exists; but themselves should do so. The defi- OC
* -.,., to t. clear that this point ciency, if any, would be supplement-
*h.,,,it t. de.mermined by circum- ed. When we have eliminated the DF
-an..- b.vU localtt'y. surroundings, classes named we have nothing for
ar.t ,he cla. of prisoners to be em- which to condemn the leasing of pris-
pi,,.,1 In Florida there seems to be owners. All states use the labor of
a grt,,tnc ..'ntlment in favor of %ork- prisoners for financial aid. It mat-
ing h. prtivm.*rt ton the public roads, ters not what term we call the sys-
lit,' %0ll thbi- s.ure the more humane tem under which they do it-lease,
,rt' Ini-n' our s-ntimentalists are hire, rental, or sale of the products Ch
,.--kino" I consider It more than of the prisoners-the principle is the
,t0,,i1ful \\Will the rays of the sun same, the one as creditable as the H(
'.. i. %.r, Will the guards, cap- other, and all proper and right."
'Anti. an.t iutwv* ors be men differ- The above suggestions are condens-
n. n i characte'r- mnen of a higher e(d. as a verbatim report would make Off
',** trro)m ttv,.- h ho now control and this paper too lengthy.
iti.p-h our convicts? Would the Suppose the members of the legis- Te
, nI.f,. t.. mor,, n.eatlh ko-pt than now, lature consider these suggestions and Off
,h. !.N0.' an.t eqlipmonts better? To that t&e newspapers deal fairly in
a, hitii I unhesitatingly answer. No. discussing this problem.
I %t,, ,,ninn.,l that the conditions A Note of Warning
s.,i I int eerv respect be much The state has no property in the
lr-", Andi for this reason: If the shape of land or shelter for the con-
(,r1-,.tr,.r .itr. worked on the roads victs should they be delivered to the
*he.- %ill I.- <.ontrtdl1-d by the coun- commissioner of agriculture, as the
i*-- .i11 ;t*. 'h-.rt are forty-six coun- law provides. How could h3 locate,
.* ill Vlrtila,. thls means that they ior even temporarily care for them?
;1 anIll.',! by forty-six different In view of all this, would it not be
t.t,, "I .,, <-.tntyt conlIllslionxflrs, men wise for our lawmakers to arrange
"h..l0 %i.t.xi..rt..nre*.l. wholly incom- for the carrying out of the statutory
i.-'.-i, :r h. gra,'. responsibilities requirements by providing a home
ha' o.,nidl th.'n ,l<.volv' upon them for all of our criminals, should it ever
,n '*h, ,r..,n, s.ste'nf. The con-1 evolve upon the state to shelter and
, '- ,<*t (') ? roi'rll.,.I by one cen- provide for them?
+* ,ti',,,rp\ .in aiithirit v that is S. H. BLITCH.
.- ta h* Yin'l- ,*t the ltoni. B. E.
\. -,' h. -t. ffi.i.,nt .ommis- BEWARE OF FREQUENT COLDS
- ,,p .' , r: c,' l r'uh IT is I t h an k ,
, ,. . h .it ti.' iwo Initho-ls is A s, uccession of colds or a protract-
,, '.. ,, '. ,..t r .silt., ed cold is almost certain to end in
.,, .;,, ,h prisoners to chronic catarrh, from which few per-
.,,..1 t,,! .1 ~ : 1e toc d cold the attention it deserves and you
,- ,,1' -, ,. !.',\,ii.'l. ih. mst ot)- How can you cure a cold? Why not
S ** i! *'> I ;at i~r;t xpe-iis^'. as try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? It

I, . I. If the. several is highly recommended. Mrs. M.
\ White of Butler, Tenn.. says: "Sever-
1 til,1-sihiTO S-al years ago I was bothered with my
A ha %modl.l be theI throat and lungs. Someone told me
"- 1 !-,,,, .nl unco.mforta-1 of Chamberlains Cough Remedy. I be-
,',-oi.i lit. pili\.tion san using it and it relieved me at
.4 i, piv once. Now my throat and lungs are
,'",:'fl, (I> hll (()lin- sound and well." For sale by all
.0'1' ;t" all hi. i i indi- druggists. m
'* r '< 1i;t n 1o l'ss than
i;,'.- r ii\ l.a, -ing their L'ENGLE IS FOUND GUILTY OF
1,4 n !ri ''ili/z.' :h'ii on LIBEL
,,.,!. ;t' ilt-l i blllic <'x-, i -,
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I Graham Wins in His Case Against
,. t \ ,'r lfl i, ,'ritics. r,'aliz- ,,_ ,, .^ -q
...-. l '. ab.'i- c ar, aluous, iTallahassee Sun Man
I( #m i, ;as airduous, if I
, ..', 1!.,1t 1h;.n most man- Bartow, Fla.. Dec. 4.-The jury in
re,,1n' Ik th, h.y r,,itliz that the Graham vs. L'Engle libel suit,
., ." h, d\ oaeT' wou.1ll brought in a verdict of guilty against
.1" '*h. ti tx Iay.r. (,for thelClaude L'Engle at :] o'clock this af-
*,, *. ,, i,,, t,' il ,* p-'rinh it. a fi- ternoon.
',,''i.' t $-,...i 'r an- J. \Vilson of Bartow. M. B. Mac-
,, iL.-,. tllow d- farlane and W. A. Carter of Tampa
.a 11h utr<',iiv a h'rec? IDo these U ,__ *
'-,,,ie,,, .hr Dotheserepresent the state, and N. P. Bryan
: ,' / '(.11 "041d>. road s" are i '* i r
,*,,'ti, ".,1 roes are of Jacksonville and Park Trammell
- <'s! 11 .*ii -' populllated , , ,
,t T~ ,- In p p'. d i lated of Lakeland the defendant.
it),.and i ..... -. t The case grew out of alleged libel-
t l l ~ ~ t d h h^ !4 V &> .:I -ldlhI


H. POWERS, M. 0.


Office Yonge Block.



)ver Munroe & Chambltsa' Bank

E. CHACED. D. S. ~


Holder Block.



Opposite Banner Office



Gary Block.



Office over Commercial Bank
Phone 211.



Ice: Second floor Munroe & Cham-
bliss Bank Building, Ocala, Fla.
lephones: Office, 154; residence, 45.
ic<- hours: 9 to 12 a. m.: 2 to 4 p.
m.; 7":30 to 8:30 p. m.






i To the Public:-
I take pleasure in announcing that I have: tco*
Smenced business for myself in Ocala at the corner of
SMain street and Ocklawaha avenue. As our bauim
Transactions during the last three ye.rp while I wo
Bookkeeper and later manager of the, ()cala Hou
:* Wine Rooms have undoubtedly been oft the tino cot Or-
dial, my motto having always been to (deal honvotly.,
Fairly and squarely with all, I can asure you that
i this will continue at all times in the future Mv J
sistants are all of the very bt-st in their line and ar

i well known to you. They will treat you at ai' timnt
with the utmost cordiality and civility.
| I have the Anheuser-Busch Beer ,on (I :i:iaht. -lo
Sthe Anheuser-Busch Blue lab|d. ]Ii',(l.,b-r. Pic
| Brothers, Blue Ribbon and Schlitz Bottle Hittr.
X. Thanking you for your patronage in the past as
Swell as a portion of same in the future, I aIll

; Yours Very Truly.



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The Corner Drug Store
Leave your bundlles and mak.. ,,,ri.lf at ,,,i, !

We carry all the best and most popular )iatir, t 11,t ,n.
a Full line of Pure, Fresh )rugi anal ('h.iu,'aiil. a ,Nig
Stork of Toilet Goods and Perfumvry.i a Bs.autifi!
line of Stationery, .and in Fact -%vr' thinr '?hat a I


usually keeps. ( )ur line of ("&cir". ;ir. lh- H.T et n .lia

Our Pure Jersey Ice Creams and Soda Drinks a re always |
the Best and most Refreshing, and our Clerks arc
Polite and Attentive. "
is our Pet. Any presi'riptiins br,,uNght n.. i!i b, . ,. r
lv and Correctly Filled 1iv (',0ip,'t..,1t arI Fl,: rlt, .- t
Men, every time and No,. itak..MIs.l.. I-..,. i,,j
er our Prices are Right. our ('.,lo .. ,' ,.. H..-t
and whether n you want to ht,+v anvth ni ,"
_not, You are Alwav~s W\ lcom,^. 'I'

The Corner Drug Store

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people of this part of Florida with I i igh (rade
Jewelry of All Kinds. Our line of Sterling
Silverware, Cut Glass Novelties, Gold Lockets, Brace-
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Wmltos. Dec. 4. 1908.
SPOEl Cor. Ocala Banner:
Aat',w Crnetgie and James J. Hill
Will both take part in the Joint con-
mr1ivaUon e(aference which opens
here aso the eighth. when the national
eavSattoin commission. with the as-
alattaae of the governors of the
state and Its other co-operators, will
Cwt user way the most important
prt of its work so far, the report to
It. presAdest due the first of the
yoer Theme two leaders in the in-
4uatrtal world were prominent fig-
ure ia the conference of governors
at the White House last May, which
was the Immediate cause of the crea-
tion of the national conservation com-
mission The Iron master's speech at
',hn' time on the mineral resources of
'h-- country %-as the first on the three
ia rnwram afver President Roose-
.' .9 .- t-ntn x misech, and the rail-
1.,:! ,rtantizr b.gan the second day's
-..-,fn with a discussion of the land
' -.-ari,.-a of the United States.,
' haIs I ta:- t,.*-n more quoted than per-
thalo- anv ,-thter single address at that
,,* .>|'D.I. WheVn the national con-
a' It I'ii cJnimlission was formed
I ,..,t, w.-', nmad-e members.
1 h.- ar''tcipation of these two hard-
Itr-a.I an.I practical men in the com-
tvK ,onfre'nce will l)e of even great-
.r %alu- than it was at the 'White
4t;unl seslon because the time has
f'mne now for the preparation of a
i.flnnt.- and workable program of ac-
i1 In to mt-.t the situation that was
ljar'l% discloei at the White House
nwo,itnK. atid has been made more
;. tIr 1 'h. rv,.,,arches of the nation-
a (oi te'r\ action commission since

1 h. .t '*-' ,lla of the joint conser-
S ,.,i nt,.rt,rne will te C lomp)OSed of
t, t v> :,,, th.i l>t 1 V active particl-
:..- i '",.. urrk for conservation
-,.1&' ** "t \V'tii' House conference.
Ati. ha l ;t t ',', gE)>v rr.or.s have d,f-
;ni' .-.*.. 1 h., 1 '. will l- ;irosent
! ',, ,, ,h-r v ill !,i- i-*;iresonta-
,!,,' ** '.,, ',. These iovern-
:. : *'.r,:htit iv' ws. will be
' ri' '.t .: }'i 'h FI i'InI ,)- r.b s ot tti+-"
.. \ ,:'~ i'I. ( (' I.i-.s'(iS \ vhich
.. *, ,.>'! .ur:..;z th i slim m er
,,9, H ; I I 10 l.lit S tlnll r.
, < t,' "."i *',,.. .,l,, c'ial con str'r c-C

.. ,, iiit -.l have, been
,\ j' ti\' or 1 more nnationl-

-. .--i)n 1t hil morning of the
**, i! b1, a iT!' or less informal
'., ',rt ir II in the, rod room of the Wil-
i1 l,', tfr the 1'l) purpose of organize
I\' I 1., o'clock that afternoon
-pit e... !*.-' 14:i general meeting at the
lt.T,-c,) Theat.r. at which President
HR-ise, .liT andt President-elect Taft
,dl b.. among the, speakers who will
I t.lir.-s h.ni members of the joint con-
,.,it v2tlon c)nterence. the rivers vnd
Sha;*tiors congress. the southern com-
.iir'ial (ongre.s and other organi-
zatons with allied objects whose ses-
I iEn In Washington at that time will
h.'lp to make up what has been called
vonpervation week." After that the
jotfln conference will take up its bus-
Ine,.a in earnest' at the Hubbard Mem-
or-ial Hall The plan is to take up
I4-T.. after another the main subjects
'%htub the national conservation com-

noit-Ion has been studying-waters,
lati, d .forets. minerals.
Th. much talked of "inventory of
natural re's)mrces" Is completed now
At- far as present knowledge can go.
The' national conservation commission
h;as not made any of its findings pub-
ic -o far. but the members of the
,,nitmnis.ion declare and the country
e a ; hole i: convinced that the state
*: .affaitS ii.i one that requires imme-
i.'.. ;ntdl effective action. The prob-
. ,hat t h., joint conference must
, t, I T -> lv- i what form this action
t -' .'... ; ,ti in what direction it
i' t pi-i.'h, to I) most effective.
I .- 1- i ,T.',< which demands the
-^ ;. .,-'* j1,i tLi'nt which 'hlie nation-
.-, j\ V iill commilission1 can call
-.' ;' .i is on" for which ltoLh
*, * .. ::'.. iti l ;i 'e *, n in in v fi tr-
"I', ',, ( T* i .::.- i.> r,'aliz,'s tha i'


The Florida Life Insurance Com-
pany has achieved distinction in this%
state in having paid their death
claims in full on the day of receipt of
satisfactory proofs of death.
The prompt settlement of all claims
by the company has done much to win
the confidence of the public and has
materially aided in making the Flor-
ida Life a phenomenal success Over
six hundred of the best people, large-
ly bankers, capitalists, business and
professional men of Florida and oth-
er southern states are interested in
this company as stockholders.
This company has been fully en-
dorsed by the liberal patronage of
the people of Florida, and its mag-
nificent record since it,- organization
attests the merit and advantages of
its policies.
It resorts to no questionable
schemes to obtain business.
No "Special Contracts."
No "Advisory Board."
No "Agency Stock."
Straight forward, clean, honest poli-
cies, for protection on their merits as
such. The Florida Life believes in
selling insurance that insures.
Millions of dollars are sent out of
the state every year for insurance.
Why not keep a larger proportion of
this money at home, where it can be
of benefit to our own people and our
own enterprises.
If you are interested in insurance
see Mr. B. R. Stripling, local agent,
or write to the home office at Jack-
sonville for plans and rates or any
other information, which will be
cheerfully furnished.



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Of all the good things to Eat you ever hard of







Keep this on File and Make Selections for your

Christmas Dinner

These Goods are ALL FRESH and guaranteed to be of
:-: First Class Quality .:-:

Macedoine (Mixed Vegetables), Choice Mushrooms, Pimientom
(Sweet Red Peppers), Extra fine French Peas, Boneless Anchovies, Gen.
uine French Mustard, various Frait in Maraschino, Plum Pudding, Cran-
berry Sauce, Pure Currant Jelly, Preserved Figs; Strawberry, Raspberry,
Cherry, Peach, Pineapple, Damson, Pear and Blackberry Preserves, Horm-
Radish Mustard, Evaporated Horse Radish, Apple Butter, Peach Butter
and Plum Butter, Mince Meat in 2-lb buckets, 5-lb buckets, 5-lb jars, I
and 2-.lb tins, i-lb packages and bulk; i, 5 and io-lb Fi-rjit Cakes. i-a-lb
and i-lb Tins Crysallized Ginger, Pickled Onions, Olives, Chow-Chow, Ktc.

You know White Rose Canned Goods are the Best Ever.

Some of the New Pack--Just in !!!
Peaches, Apricots, Cherries, Plums, Pineapples, Peas, Corn, Lima
Beans, Stringless Beans, Okra, Okra and Tomatoes, Van Camp's Pumpkin

Edam, Pineapple, Limburger, Imported Swiss, Neufchatel, Roqudefort and
:-: :-: Imperial Cheese :-: :0:

A cabllegram to the World from Tu- t W e have too many things G
risaysneipl-ined en hmer teoL a ny this
"A close personal friend of the to enum ate tht thi tis me.
duke of the Albruzzi, explained today g1
th1 exact status of the duke's wooing s show y our to of A
of Miss Kat!:erine Elkins. The friend us show you ou stock FAN
referred (o is a prominent member of
the hou-ehold of Princess Letitia. the
duke'.- s,..,-mother.
"Th.ut '*. dtuk, andl Miss Elkins will
larv is -:ior' problematical than LJ
e-r." sal this nobleman. "The 0 K
duke's hol"fi1i and untiring efforts .
have never r overcome the opposition
of the Do.wager Queen Margherita. L R B
and nov" ime d,,ke has only a forlorn
hope of marrying the fair American. I
"Queen Margherita, not Queen Hel- On The Corner.
ena. is tht. leader and mouthpiece of J
fashionable" society, and in hier oppo-
sition to the duke's marriage the gPPIr
dowager queen has the cordial sup- ;;u
port of the royal princesses and of
practically every feminine member of -
the Italian aristocracy. ENTERPR
"This petticoat power is immense, E TS -Arql
almost irreaistlble. Take the experi-
ence of Queen Helena, who has al- Poulty Ya r d s
ways been unpopular with those aris-
tocratic ladies. Princess Letitia treats S. C. Rhode Island Reds, Black Mi- P
her as if she were a menial. The su- norcas, Barred Plymouth Rocks
perb duchess of Aosta permits herself -
to make the sovereign lady the butt Younk stock for sale. Pullets, $1.50
of her gibes and jokes in public. Yet each; Cockerels, $3, single, or, if two T
or more are purchased, $2.50 each.
the position of Queen Helena, the Eggs, best quality, $2 per setting of |
former lovely princess of Montenegro, 15; two settings, $3. Class, No. 2, $900mm
is tolerable to her because she is a $1.50 per setting; $2.50 for 30 eggs. ai,.C
loving wife and mother, of a retiring Incubator eggs, $6 per one hundred.
and humble disposition, who cares Book your orders now, so you will
and humble disposition, who cares be served first. My "Rocks" are the
nothing for social display. But if "Ringlets," and never fail to win,
Queen Helena's position at court is and other stock correspondingly good. .
only tolerable, what would royal rank Motto: Guarantee to please, or '".
mean to an American girl, of far dif- money back. .
ferent temperament from the queen's, MRS. W. M. SHOCKLEY, Prop.
with all these proud ladies arrayed LWLFA
against her? LOWELL, FLA.
"The duke of the Abruzzi has kept CAS B
out of society more than any other icl ER anizd fNA CKA I
prince of the house of Savoy. He has
not frittered away his time in fash-
ionable diversions, which weary him.
So, unacquainted with society cabals .! J.E. STEVENS
and scheming, he has only recently
been able to gauge the consequences. FUJ N E R A L CTA
fraught with, the greatest peril to F N EA L R -A I
their mutual happiness, to which nnr- D T -T O
riage will expose Miss Elkins and DI E CTOR F R E S H
himself. The liroIspoC is one 0 .orF ---- --
which thoi" .ie ,rcoil." iLtave a full .tc'k ao (Cfim baskett A T E R
%Ad Burial Outfit. Sr. i


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I T F lederateC IUS 01o Amenrca
I have undertaken as their special work
I this year the systematic fight for the
preventtion of the spread of tubercu-
losis Petitions are being circulated
to urge the passage of bills before the
house and senate to this end, and the
l various clubs of the Federation are
working for a sane and speedy meth-
od of solving the problem in their
oun states. The Christmas Red

Cross stamp has been adopted as a
means of making the work general
andi giving everyone a chance to con-
Stribute to so worthy a cause. I quote
From a letter from Mrs. A. G. Cum-
mer. of the Woman's Club of Jack-
"You are no doubt well acquainted
I with the fact that the income from
these stamps is to be used in an en-
deavor to prevent the spread of tu-
berculosis in our own state of Flor-
ida That we need to arouse our-
selves along this line of work goes
without saying, for it was shown at
the Tuberculosis Congress held in
Washington that there were only two
states east of the Mississippi having
to place where the indigent tubercu-
losis patients might be cared for.
Florida was one of them. With the
end in view of providing some such
sanitarium, we have decided to en-
thuse the state if possible, by the tu-
berculosis campaign, which will open
in January.
-Would it not be less dangerous for
you and me. and our fellow men, if we
would support some such place on
well organized lines than to be daily
brought in contact with the careless
on qhe streets of our cities?
"In Delaware last year the women's
clubs of the state made this stamp
sale a success, and $3000 was realiz-
ed Not one club refused to take and
sell her quota of stamps, and this is
a question where even the widow's
mite counts materially.
"As a suggestion of the easiest,
fastest, and doubtless one of the most
far reaching ways of selling the
-.tanimps. I would say, interest the mer-
chants of your 4own or city to use
them on all of their mail. pasting it

(on the back as a seal, or immediately
at the left of the regular stamp. Then
we mnay all use them instead of the
rpnilation "holly sticker" in wrapping
our Xmas parcels."
The Woman's Civic League of
Ocala is a member of the State Feder-
a')on. anl I have written for 5000 of
th,. Xmas stamps. They sell for a
pt-nnv each. and will be placed on sale
at all the drug stores and the Ocala
\,w. Company. Let each member of
lh, Civic League do all in her power
,,, interst- everyone in the sale of
h,.-, stamps. They are very at, rac-
f'i,. ;'n ,1 I'sides making pretty Xmas
... *1 tNy carry the message that the
'i *'r i 1.ndling ahid and influence in
ht, irn.at campaign.
<)c;la ivver falters in her duty to
'l- F-1," aand herself, and apart from
o'il ,. (,Iside(rations, as a matter of
(1\iv prride let's buy our 5000 Xmas
Pres. Civic League.


(;,* n Firmin. in exile in St. Thomas,
0o POUR t ,. claims upon the presidency of
ElIT i T'i (;,.n. Fouchard. in exile in
.1.t..iica. has Issued a statement of
,,+, \,. K* ii.-nti n to take charge and cause
*, ,, ..,. ,, I lavti to "rise out of the ashes
-. ;.. ., ., -B! "' 4>,i1 Gen Legitime's ambition
",* , +- y,.'i, fi,'d with a term of les.s than
S r ', %r (HI a previous occasion, and as
S'. ,, ) ,* : i f b'.p' provisional government
,, *h. r 1', th.Ig, *h, capital. Gen. Simon. as


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team has

Samuel J. Barco of Florida as captain
of the team for next season. Barco
has been playing on the team for two
years as right guard and is one of the
very best men on the team. The ca-
dets are hopeful and confident that
under his leadership they will be able
to put out a team next season that
will be fully up to the standard set by
this year's team, which is one of the
best in the history of the school.
Captain Nahikian of this year's
team, one of the pluckiest and fastest
players on the eleven, will not return
to school next session, but will enter
the Georgia School of Technology,
and will very probably distinguish
himself there as an athlete.
It is hard, however, to mention any
special player as being fine for each
of the eleven, as well as the substi-
tutes played excellent ball and each
contributed his part to the success of
the season. McGee, however, de-
serves special mention for the part
that he has done as quarter-back. He
has handled the team admirably and
is one of the best players ever seen on
the local gridiron. He was also an
excellent ground-gained and a sure
Koon did splendid work as full-back
and was a good ground gainer. He
was, however, best on his defensive
work, and also made many holes
through which the half-backs were
enabled to make splendid gains. Nor-
ton, as half-back, was a great ground
gainer and bucked the line hard for
great gains. Kimball showed up well
as the other half. Wright and Awtry
were good ends and played good
games. Although Awtry is very light,
he did some excellent work.
The athletic association awarded
stars to the men as follows: Glenn,
three; Nahikian, two; Flora, Wright,
McGee and Barco, one each.
Not one game has the team lost
and the schedule was perhaps the
hardest that any preparatory school
in the south has had to face. Only
twice were they scored against, once
in Columbia, by the University of
South Carolina, and once here when
the Davidson scrubs tied the score.
Glenn, one of Bingham's best men.
however, was out of the game that
day, and the rest were overconfident,
hence the result.
The score of the games was as fol-

Bingham, 36; Knox County
School. 0.
Binghani. 4; North Carolina
cal College, 0.
Bingham, 11; University of I
see, scrubs, 0.
Bingham, 11; Lenior College,
Bingham. 11; University of
Carolina. scrubs, 0.
Bingham, 0); University of
Carolina. 6.
Bingham, 11; Wake Forest.






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Bingham. 6: Davidson, scrubs. 6.
Bingham, 23,: Deaf and Dumb Insti-
tute. it.
This makes a total of 123 points to
their opponents' 12.
The team has been ably coached
this season by Hansell Koon, an old
A. & M. player, and he has been ably
assisted by Cleveland Norton. Both
coaches deserve much credit for the
success of the team that they put on
the gridiron. The student body has
supported them and the team admira-

At the conclusion of the season the
members of the team presented a
beautiful copper coffee percolator to
Mrs. R. E. Grinnan for her loyal sup-
port and aid to the teamni.-Ashevilll.
(N. C.) Citizen.






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, 11w QlwuaId 4 ay jA the county fair. LIFE AT REDDICK A
A-o, g anSd P. L. Durisoe are A Marriage of a Popular Coupel-A M 10W
* rd4i lc (t an this week. Their llac- Tribute to the Doctors-Other 9
*1 iT.- the world-famous Oklawaha.a Interesting Items
rti.-t and you may come down any;
*14| 'Ind. %ta the Oregonian, Merry i Special Cor. Ocala Banner: A *
S14,m of al I Thanksgiving day passed very qui-
R-t M% M lord l)rEached an ex-. etly here at Reddick. A few of the
eciI1001 certain Suinday at the Metho-!
i merchants called their dogs, shoulder-
*Ir '10?4. that Brother Lordi will be with dtergn nhljhmsv o M ll I1 U U
S, .. ,le it the sandspur fields in search of quail.
t- i M:l.-oiy n',-rtained. but as we have heard no one bragging,
F- -: ay ,'\-tiling at her ,bhoit The number of birds they killed
:'.: ,"f tht, Oklawaha. w.: suppose the legal number of blrds I ________________ _
*!. i111y' :0.! <'ouplf.-; .o lO F
;','.1~ lr'o :,.<- \ ts no: excoeldod, so the game war-
r x .,..,'*. t) a(Ji h.-. '.,c~h the,
S v. i. i a Mar- I ii'--'-'d not lose any sleep over the
P.I V Emma. 1 j IT is a usual thing as the Holi
.1' 1 ('-0: ';1. MiS Thh !.ta' sociall at the parsonage the tock w are now carryi
1 1\' 1. "
S:, r.I,.- .-' Tb:!.:k-=ivinv: -vening was very ners," but stale as the Saying ma
it .i. .., I.- ; ") o i (" yj(, >,i, () III. young op I) leo)h .
~ '~' it 0i~r 2'. 'j ta r ut uu ~O~ fit our case this season. W~e h'
*. -, i, ,, 1 a n i : ,, 1'',, 1; .. 4 ,.; p 3 .-., .dj v e r y p l -a s a n t -
S'. '- \V, ll- anat Mr. A \ ,i )orn was ( i' ou. o view tc quality than ever before,
),- 3 i-:. IZ, b,-cc~a Co;lnis a 'c:. 'i!e .} I m was la s q i
-'.j' '. a' :'Thycb im' was sc1 it] best the. c is to be had. Here
.- jI'la., : a: 'r,,.. ( ';,.. <, l n ti, Ii r
I "M!-''? "a- tl, .:, .< that you may ,hink of for a presr
: r''fi .-"h'.i : \ *r- r. 'iv *i. Ev'Et-v one1


r "* .tho(DV l-t1 wh1 iley with all p;i-ivo ariend ticis tfE iG E TO
: i .' >i- *l c.'. .ll i,, .!: h a j 1 ,(, ^ k- ii i i i -- i ^ ^ -.^ i .i
'.: .;-.;,'' i M r ~s. .:., ,i'.:,p 0~ ;i,'lv.:"ys i w ] a WB- R -- ^ ^ i-- ~ --

"." l>'" SO 'I (',)111.' .^ ('. 1 1 ''v~ y hoem ,, hir,, and
"'' ;j.iiot ur vih, would lhav; 0 imake a long visit F FEi S 0GESTION
*\ / ,'t '*;' 1; o r -vla t if she wore :o .ixwn. oven a short l
". . ioo.- last v ok whilo with ;ll ih,. friends who enjov
", i 'al in th,' school l line hf sao nh racel ets Loc
I her cornpainy. ^
.: ,'.1. r. i' -The uvtWni of thB' season was the W t h F b roc
It V 1., 4 Piht's Islandl marriage on the evening of December
rahanivillo v 2ndl. at the Methodist church of Mr. B ell Ne
"i .,h-' '.\I-with thBucklte ei
S, ,h .r Fr-d Wtllhorner. Henry G. Yongue to Miss Maud D. De-
W:,.iiaiotial forest is lro- vore. The church waF beautifully Sal in an
S" ,.i Pr'-itent Roosevelt. And decorated with evergreens, ferns and Seal Ring Ban
,' %Miss Marion of Florida. white roses, all beatrtifully arranged, hi b ti
if i t ti d h 'v. east. if vou please- Thimble Stick
t ; go n m forces antl the church was crowded with a
vt;,. It. w overmment forest ,. S ter ing Silve Dining
S. h g fo very much interested congregation.I
** t !if ai ?-hji1 is all smiles. And Tr LAAJf lV J AAACJVU
Sh is smiles. And Promptly at S o' clock Mrs. S. L. Fri- Sterling Silver Dining Ro
-;s Marion is unuua!l dy. who )resided at the organ, struck Bags, Jewelry Cask
.t .t.., ,iz h in Ivor athunr-,a)bs u)p the wedding march of Lohengrin 9
t, .11,,i t owiin; to the honorable O .', ^^
I, 'at l' Uitd Sttatesn ib a:is tl:.. wedding party entered the
'- 411' Ili- Vni States, ichurc-h. First came the ushers, Mr.
',t: t i fr his generosity. No ). s Cromartie and Mr. Nathaniel Nobbv line of Gold and Sil
.. i ,. i, '!'ti IJ~lv, i"'-II\-.rt l;Vr Vitb

ii I '.I.t. IIk. ) ILI. qk 41 ,Jt.!I lliIIIZA
i .. "n' p;n;a' of the "great and
n i. I t llrn P,'ii picture Miss
', ., -!lIiliig and a-bowing her
,, rr--it,'nit W\e thank

,* \'-stern borders of
ration. and it
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Shero'ise. passing up the right asle.
Then the bridesmaids, Mrs. D. S. Cro-
martie and Miss Annie Wilson, pass-
ing up the left aisle, all entering in
single file. Next came the bride, on
the arm of her brother, Mr. J. B. De-
vore. followed by the groom, wvith his
best man. Mr. B. S. Dansby. Re'.. \V.
H. Coleman pastor of the Chritiian
church in Ocala. performed the cere-
mony. uniting the young people, using
, Yi, t ai'if'ml and i'i;p'ssive ring cer-
emionY of the Chri-:ian church, after


R 1908

lidays approach to mike :he .i, ,
ing is the largest in the hlst.lr\
y be, this is the only *.nc th
iave selected this year' :N'
as we find that -ur ratr '''
you wiil find atwthil $ 1
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Hat Pins

Cuff Buttons

klace Fountain Pen

d Ring Watch

c Pin Lcdge Pin

om Sets, Toilet Sets, Chatelaine

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River Handle Umbrellas

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Packard's Hand-Painted China in endless variety.

Phonographs and Hundreds of the Latest Records.



.. .. ... ... wh r' i. an .M rs. Yongue retired 0
S" :1 bile, v.here t he received M merchants Block Ocala Florida
L 'Ye. aa *a'. ..l a po- (m',)i. rj:ula;tions of their friends.(
19 : a I .aul itIv a:,fterwardls the party re-
'. ,''.lL w..: rl'o ib.,a ,1 he, homie of Mr. and Mrs. J i. nJ -
S -. try ." m ;l \w ,rlc b l'it,
i. !).,vorv. wht'r.? a bountiful and ele-
C T, I l ,: sIapp 'r awaited them. .....
('IIATTEN CHUM. i !, we\lalin- presents were many jaws of death for agonized parents. ITEMS FROM SPARR MASTER'
THE BEST WEARING SHOES T 'n 1 'ladle, and came not only from WVe often hear the doctors criticized -.
F-)R CHILDREN ARE AT HELVEN-; ;'i" -'lorida friends, but from those and blamed, but we seldom hear them Setting lettuce is the order of th' l.'d.r anal hb\ virta,. ,f ii i
STON PASTEUR'S. 'ill othcir states, praised. But doctors are not long in day here. Cree. render,.,! on the 17th .t,,f ,"
MEMOIAMg te ad al ad bcom so Thefarersher a inegust. A. I). I h,' .b th," l1'n,,ra ,,.~.
Among the friends and relatives learning all this. and they become so Thepota- T. Wills, jul of th, eir('lit ""r. !
IN MEMORIAM.) cam- frm a distance to attend accustomed to blame and misrepre- The farmer here report fine pota- J r rr,
.., 'iues.ay morning. December th- marriage were Mr. Wm. Finley sentaation that they shed it like a e luck a to crop.R inactingchull' ir h It
'- it, .a: 4 moClO the death ang el and family of Kendrick. Mr. and Mrs. sheds water. It doesn't worry them, Rev. Plimmer preached at this cut court of th. fifth j,..Hrtai c.rrull
ln. Fant of Morriston and Mrs. Dixie and they work just as hard to pave place Sunday. A good crowd was o0 Florida. in and for marion foullt
,i.!.-i the hone of Mr. and Mrs. P. S tafforl fromm I.eesburg. the life of the fellow that speaks false- present, and the sermon was enjoyed whrina Thomas E r(ditz.'< 0au. r
T Wilson. taking away their little I The bride is a sister of our popular ly of them and doesn't pay them as by all. & Light Company .wa 'I.ll'Ilnt
,tailtic bab% boy. aged four months. nierrchant. Mr. J. B. Devore, and is they do the lives of their best friends. Rev. Lord will peach his last ser- the undersigned spc lit) .*.ks and two days. His re- vor y popular and much loved by our BARCUS. mon at this place Sunday evening for chancery. named an! sp{>olnv,.i in
n ,, w laid to rest Wednesday yo)Ug people. Besides her social this year. sai final cr to x t. .. .
gifts she is an earnest Christian LADIES' AND MEN'S HOUSE The farmers are busy sowing oats. Monday, the t Day of ebeary. A
in th.e Oklawaha cemetery beside the worker, and leads in every good work. SLIPPERS FOR XMAS PRESENTS A crowd of young people went to D. 1909,
Kraitbs of the two little broth(-rs. who Mr. Yongue is a Florida boy, a mem- AT HELVENSTON & PASTEUR'S. Reddick Sunday afternoon to see the at the south door of th,. a 'n ,...
L~i lsig ihdin the. city ofO a lii, ,,rt
!,a, A4'e before. The funeral se:r- lr of one of the old. distinguished INTEREST IS GROWING baptizing, and remained over to hear fi ,af oc-, hI.al .0r D ,,
.,. ,.r,. onfiuct.'d by Rev'. P I. South Carolina and Florida families, -the last sermon of Rev. Sistrunk's ap- saeoffr ,
and is in every way worthy of the no- To the Ocala Banner: l)ointment at Realdick, after which highest anl I,,st Ilii..r f,,, a.h h..
tio:,' di='uurse was fraught
t',a condi-' olen'co frh lle girl to whom he is wedded. Ev- I see that -the Munroe & Chambliss they returned home. The crowd con- folhlwinL d,..srit,.,l larp..x ,, ,
,;- ;',athy and condolence for the oryone wishes them a long life and n h ga sister of John Grantham. Frank Luff- ,s rtai r;rt. ,,, *,I *,
]sisted ofh John Grantham.. Frank,. ,., Luff-r
*'<"'en parents. mich. happiness. .p Bank has generously offered a $25 n E re u M o lb ti 'A irlir')\.r a, ', ,,,,' ,
ma-ns.:1an, Ernest Luffinan. Mr. .Jay (Colbert hit~O b*~ ~~.,,
It., !ItI.- i~oy was sick only twenty- A Mr. Murray, whose family has Prize for the best fifty ears of corn ad wife, Misses Mauile Cl-mnimens. ranufa'.tir. of L;I. ill 'i .. ,

". e,," .- ea t pacio us r, riv,, 're last week and will reside offer does not stipulate that the corn Terry Young. r i' f, l," ,
.; [it i !dw at a preciousfroseborh r n h t he pas ,woupyi ng the ar- i atCyrno.t ie.BChine s. Jl, tim o lba14 and l :I,, i:.ii,, .
wo ,t lif had so entwined t rtin e uture. occT yig the Cap- haIllI be of Marion cominty product, b ut h no l ( a.' til t r, .,b TT
T, ' t l eihad o Rout1 residence. They are from _tu't at th,, Sparr school ltic;s~. Mot-l L'_',, f.'.,, li'"h .,' '! ,s o
S- around the hearts of those I. i l sume that it is so intendled. If ay nightI December 1 pr t. s. .. a a
,,.-around ithe hearts of those S (layui night, ro-0.iib!,,, 11.
.,i, ki>.aw him that they were hard M!,. Kinardl. brother-in-law to Mr. S. sO. I desire to l)place my order for ton t Messrs. Will andd F, ,.,I. with ihiir .N... 1 t' ,
tr'oi. t Though only a 1.ttie C. M ayo. mnioved here with his family bushes ls of this corn at $2.501 a'r bn.-h- faiiilies, inov,,.l to (i'r;a last \ .k a "'. '
ao .el( ,ma u ',he a rt s < e o ,' i n r e c e n t ly, a n al w ill e n e l. w h ic h I p r o p o s e to d is t ri b u t e th e H a rtali' a N o a h (' l, yi ti .o ''l ai"' ;,; , r- ( ,. , ,. .
II ~ -- in 1'~ llll" near Ro,!,til-. I I ''larcner' IBov1,' of t ('i-ra w, ,r i i,, : ''': ,, ,, ..
( in far n e R i co inng season through the various '- ,, i?.L ..n
., a.i- 4lng absence He was too Mr and Mr-. E. D. Rou anl Mr. and: c Iw.ro Sa'urilav and ,' .aIv *, .i .,.
a :o 0 live here, so the Lord M\rs. C. M. Can are rejoicing over the |school to ao y i younn mat1 or boy. in J si. a Ali. r ,



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uMI O PMERONG KILLED IN legal way to kill and pay for the kill-! social peace and charity? Why do abridgment of a constitutional right,
SAILROAO ACCIDENTS ing of all untaxed dogs. men under stress of financial loss or and instead of performing the part of
Pennsylvania has a dlog tax law. physical ailment, no longer live out Achilles-sulking in our tents-we
Isedick. Fla. iDec. 7. 1UO. North. Carolina has over 14.000 dogs. their allotted span, but in reckless de- should take our medicine like men:
g t t B4Itur Ocala Banner: valued at $78.000. on its tax books. fiance of the On:nif-c Will. rush to gird up our loins and make a greater
oar l air- \q wihing to0 weary and it does seem to me as if this kind 'eternal doom,-alas! all to frequent trial of strength for the next great
Sof epidemic is getting more frequent. i followed by women disheartened by national contest.
br ma-,.r. w,. tbw manner by contin- and that there should be something : (Iestitution or age-by criminally pre-
u % u truing on ,bhe- Mnie- subjectI I done to correct this evil. 1 cocious children, even,-boys and FRANK CLARK NOT MEALY
WII qui ,.t,'ing '.xli' M. will have I would like such level-headed tax girls of morbid viciousness? Whyi MOUTHED ABOUT PROTECTION
@m t at .,i ar0. liftIe on sug- payers as Mr. J.1. C. Mathews of Flcni- the recent Mosre bank-tragedies, the
,,iatBanner. inz on. Mr. M. 1.. Payne of Fairfield., Postnmaster Morgan assassination, the Hon. Frank Clark. congressman
,, ,.. ,, a a Mr. Alfred Ayer of Ocala. Mr. George Eric Mack:ay suicide. the Carmnack from the second congressional lis-
-, M ,',, .-., ,- ni. -Pastitur of Anthony. Major Priest of murder, the revival of the terrible trict was before the ways and means
w Dl)aisy. and some of our good doctors factional feudl unto death, in Tennes-,
I I t .....!-,,tg th. records to give me pointers on this matter,. see-each and all of these are thecomttee just beore the assembly-
I*e' ,. : -,, it r ,,l ,1 .^,-, who telling me to try and have or not to fault not of religious bigotry,-bibut of ing of congress and advocated a (ax
li, .- ,, ... ,h ,iij'ir.\ or dl-ath. have a law of this kind passed, irreligion, of godlessness, of resurrect-j of ten per cent. on the importation of
t. ,' .m ,.l.,..-> it i L. S. LIGHT. ed pagan ethics, of idolatrous stand- Egyptian cotton.
S.'i.,.n, Woof hat ,.f lat." >,'ars t-,-n pub- RELIGION THE IATIINAML AN license, of personal lawlessness,-and his talk as follows:
*ftIs a ,atsul',.l ,list of the nuinmb-r SOCIAL NECESSITY only the Commandments of God, the "Representative Frank Clark. of
of r)u,- .aid tl.eathh caused by rail- Beatitudes of Christ, the Sacramental Florida, was first to be heard on cot-
S..,...,, thff,.rent roads The agitation of the question of Mr life of the Church, can stand against ton. He argued for a protective duty
vim h" soa -t, and .. kmhtho l f e-r nt ra. ds L Taft*.,,religious belief a nd of that of
f % ,# an, at h the A. C. L. T' reiious b these gates of hell, an(d conquer these on Egyptian, West Indian and other
sow 9 A I. lin-, ha,. -t.n having his family, as a factor ot his political "roaring lions of evil roaming the long staple cotton. He gave the
am ,rwus ur, '. with ev-eral success or defeat, is an evil out of worlL seeking whom they may de- views of the Sea Island cotton grow-
6b, and injur ie lat,.ly. I have which has come the good of President vour!" ers and suggested that a tariff con-
l m"o i. 'h. r.i. d Ihd af. ,hlows Eminence Cardinal Gibbons, as al- more eager to act justly and upright- tariff. W bg
T e. -'al u>.nib ad a ktll.- io railoaI.*. in the state worth reading and pondering over." present national and social problem Mr. Clark, "without in any wise dis- Ja
% .b ,..r .-uadltng March ::l. 194.. That a candidate's religious belief-inclusive of the evil of religious cussing or even infringing on the rel- until January
Vs 041 Tb. 4' I. operates 16'8 -as the president states, is a ma tter bigotry in America, and its cure-is active virtues of a protective tariff and
was. a&,1 hh. d kill and 39.2 in- between him and hls Maker, and for how shal America, in duty to God and a tariff for revenue, that the recent h J
or-4 s ,l a ,hal of 427. or on hs own conscience only-is a propo- for the good of man, sustain the car- election and other elections preceding mere a4 iS C
iprm, rhe-, kil,4 or injured to sition so rational, so inseparable dinal virtue of justice? How shall a it, have forever established, as a part
m,, o1w'rateI The S. A from the intelligent and just menial national, a social, an individual up- of our system of government, the in- i i
q. ,,*v-'" I mile, and had 20 kill- rasp of men and affairs, which is rightness be established, assuring direct scheme of taxation; the levy is doin
a .. :Za mjur.i total. 24S. or one taken for granted as characteristic America of novel, conscientious, in- and collection of customs duties on
ow. 4 0-lth- k111.*-d ,r injured to tachk f the great American people, that vincibly honorable and honest rulers, articles imported into this country S e
5 ,. mnot. 4p.era.ed The F. E. C. an" idea to the contrary, as an es- and a virtuous, happy and peaceful from foreign lands. This being true, special le
ow. q.-,,-. 7,, ma.e- and had 5 kill- teemed contemporary recommends, people?-President Roosevelt states this matter ought to be removed from
ed a.i ,Injer.1 total 11. or one should be ignored as moribund since the solution-RELIGIOUS BELIEF- the domain of partisan politics, and
w ifuefk t 1.. 4W Injured lo each 57 to dignify the exceptional bigot by Saving Faith, and its good works of hereafter treated as a business prop-
,,,,-a*.-.! The ; S & P. line holding up a picture of his inferior ^Divine worship, love andl prayer-of position and a commission, or other W whereas

,-rai- 01:4 mll"-, and had 2 killed
now : ispsurw. total. 5. or one person
@ i-# nir9-4 r..l to -each \Z miles op

Tra *buo up thb. number of killed
@&4 oajur"i areording to mileage may
bo u(ai, a* both the A C L. and
* A I rin4s run more trains than
4p b., t wo ra". therefore are
iem,- heb.- to actidents. etc. so will
@o 1 'e-ta up froa a point of eper-
Tw 1* 1. bad o e person killed
o imjur'i - o each |10.3to0 of operat-
a[ api-viw-a TIw S A L. had one
p'-., kill"l io injured to each $11.-
ge.. <-1,.-ratIlg ,6;ent1PS. The G. S.
& r h., ttw wr (Tin kille'd or iujur-
e .*-t, !*. s.' of op.'rating ex-
"po-s Th F F C had one p-rson
bt44ld ,*, ,t.)ur'd to *-ach $.244.<00( of
Tw la' ,Ilslain tr' has given our
rostrau. -.aninibt'tim ait 'Lpler, civil
engin-"- o* it nin. rqmad.. etc.. and
N' '0#irt-1.6 <-0' ittlti'ton'rs art seem-n
6i t tiiK l4 < lbw gre *taffe-rs<'. t-:-'e'n th' mis-
61W % #,' .i. 1% 4o 'a.l.. ct ir par -l ti;h
S*. t o ,isa lf .s a alinet h.'lit riake
. Is* '.1 t.,* onie'thing in th,
soI. 'a ok" tal .Mil <,i.ration of
9,, .. M ,, < 't, hat n,-v.lt nio'nmliis.

and aisiorteo menLality is an uunur
beyond his due. "Leave the narrow-
minded to stew in their own narrow-
Nevertheless, although theoretical-
ly a dead issue in America, religious
bigotry still survives practically, as
the Blaine, Bland and Kiernan cases.
previously cited, testify. Yet, though
ignorance, prejudice, and malice seem
always with us, and we dare not hope
that even the crushing attack of the
Rooseveltan "big stick" will cause
invincible bigots to see the national
stars of justice and liberty in the
pristine purity and grandeur of their

peace, good will, and reciprocal hu-
man service!
No justice, no uprightness, survive
in a nation, society, or people collect-
ively or individually, whose active re-
ligious faith is dead! President Roose-
velt points the only one and true, be-
cause the holy way, to America's sal-
vation in the temporal, no less than
in the eternal orde !-New York
Freeman's Journal.
Mr. John S. Beard of Pensacola.

5jj11B0IAJ "A ZE^IIL lSJI .^ "v m ^>i~-.. says:i
religious bigotry is but the secondary, "For half a century the southern
and not the primary national and so- Fa hav a e enieh fulan
a dangr o te da States have been denied that full and
ida danger of the day. Religious perfect equality with the other states
indifference, sower of irreligion. and o r
of the union. which is her constitu-
reaper of unprincipled, lawless, soul- ,igt
tional right."
less. licentious paganism, is the real Weional righ..
. .. W hat are these constitutional rights
anachoronism. the glaring incongruity, What areten ci tut i n iits
'that are enjoyed by the other states
the paradoxical evil of the "enlight- of the Union that are not enjoyed by
.of the l'inon that are not enjoyed by
ended and progressive twentieth cen-,
,. ., ithe southern states?
turv" in Columbia's professedly The southern states, the same as
The southern states, the same as
Christian country! the other sates. send delegates to the
To re-quolte Presitlent Roos-volt. .I
iTo r-quote President Roos.lt. national conventions. That they are'
iul in the briefest par: outvoted in these conventions is no
"'In m y C abinet at the present m o- ., r i i
ment there si side by side Catholiclabridgment of their constitutional
nerit : here sit side by side Catholic -
I righ4s.
and Protestant. Christian and .Jew. r i. a i i n
0 W But as a fact it is not true that in

proper tribunal, created to deol
with it."
The corporate interests will again
be in the saddle after January IsT. as
far as the governor is concerned. Gil-
christ was nominated by the corpor-
ate interests of the state, and through
him, as governor, these interests will
attempt-yea, actually build up ad ma-
chine that it will take the best and
combined efforts of the people to
break. We fear it will be many years
before the people get hold of the
reins again. It will be remembered
how hard it was, eight years ago, to
break this corporate influence.
which up to that time dictated and
actually made every nomination for
governor. And now, after eight
eight years, they are in control again.
But the people put them there. They
gave them the stick to "beat their
brains out," and must now stan 1 up
and take their medicine. Everybody
knows that without this corporate in-
fluence and boodle Albert Gilchrist
would have stood no more show to he
elected governor than a jaybird <'oes
trom scorching his wings in a flight

S I* a., ,.a,.-nr,' aund treight traf- each man chose because, in my be- th last half century they have een through hll.--Mlanat(e cotinty Kec-
r ,,,. -, '.N.h l-..i.atst,'-. lief. he is peculiarly fit to exercise on outvoted in these conventions. ordl. sirl 1o
m* i. a, a' . ,,h-. lt% of th,' behalf of all our people the duties of A majority of southern delegates to THE CAMPHOR TREE FOR FLOR s y l no
'h., ha i, ha.'. tin ,\noenw.-nt-, The office to which. I have appointed the respective national democratic THE CAMPHOR TREE FOR FLOR-
I.. .ig. ,, .40 't*saffy of th. op,.ra- him. In no case does the man"'s rc--tn IAetio favore nomination
t at',,,o. g*.-.n. ,l ra.eling public, ligious belief in any way influence his Semoti. an l Greely and Tilen. The practicability of cultivating the
11,eol, ah ha,'- ,hO. A C I. and discharge of his duties, save -is it and Hancock. and Cleveland. and Bry- camphor tree in Florida profitably be-, M s Hand sman
6 -ami ot ni an-v moretinjured nuiakes him zimore eager' to act ,iltlyH nd lrn n
nnv motr nju.,I makes hinn hs more eager to acn stollan and Parker, and a majority of the ing conceded moves the Tallahassee.
,,-,,hen ,h.. ,her troa.ls I and uprightly in his relations to all suthern delegates attending the re- True Democrat to say: "The largest"
ot,-, it it, h. duly of th,. l'gislia- niU. publican national conventions favored and most luxuriant specimens of the,' an(
$w ", ,' arnd cvmah.ll h.m., n 'ad. In these closing words are the gist the aspirations of the candidates that camphor tree to be found in Florida
t hbe %- We- act.rIet.,- ,,f this kit.! or and main passage of 'the noble letter were nominated. 'are in Tallahassee and Leon county.
S..s.. hdO t .itlh toe' 'tie wh-. rn ,i- which goes on record to a great and So it this is a constitutional privi- showing that our soil anal climate are past have proven the c
s f, '.. a1p*,.,- .l in ,r..-c h, -. -a Iood ruler's immortal honor. Relig- lege. i is enjoyed by the southern particularly adapted for ,heir cultiva-
a- INhWk ,. ,-0. ultfo ion primarily affects the relations of states of the Union the same as the tion." Camphor culture may yet be
I s. i, h. ,,mag gaw islanir,. marn to .Iod: but secondly anld asso-n.atcs from all other sections, as important a source of wealth to her, to be well founded,
mM eald ;m, ..a law omi ,lll ai- t ciaioy the relations of man 10 mani In like manner the southern states. Florida as any other anal those coun-
i the ,14.tiud compana.. ao pay all and to his own individual life are in-the same as all 'the other states, nor- ties which have the proper soil may
e. fw n)ur.' and ,.aath tv, ot evolved. and we may follow Cardinal ate an ote for their presidential be greatly enriched by paying ataten- P rsonallb ye
Or .p -ervan of 'hi road.. so that ;ibbons'counsel. anld ponder on the elcors, it-acksonville Times-Union.
I t~ocor-,.tion to it -.lacksonville Times-Union.
a wI,- of the--' roa.l would t,. influence of religious faith and, prac- Each of the southern states, tne
s-uip t ni-at 'he- hur'.l,', an.t .,i, ,lice. upon human justice and right- hTO ti Banner, in a glow ofn is carried O
same as all the other states, has Iwo The Ocala Banner, in a glow o.f O
Ib st",,., Ihe- A a l, I a nd S A ousness. in their national anal social . l .... ,.., ,. .... .. ,,..,.Ir t tih ,(,.. .o-c.t Ai rir w _ti

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to announce that iromn now

1st, we guarant:c to sell our

heaper than any other merchant

ie city of Ocala, regardless of a

r not.

;, we have been in the city for

the past ten years, and expect to remain here

exaggeration, and were it not so, we would

hardly jeapordize our commercial standing by

making false statements.

To further prove any assertions that we

will or have made, we will let you be the

judge as to quality and value.

We want every one who wants to buy

anything to call and get our prices. andiU


who is so wellknown,

d fair dealings in the

onfidenc bestowed in

Swill be here and will

't.t every aainr*

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^^I'.--- |-.L I have come to the conclusion and take Immediate action toward IN THE CIRCUIT COURT MONDAY
that the tentnt was either a Metho- having the street which runs from .
---dr---- W" dist. Presbyterian. Christian or Epis- North Magnolia street, or the Ken- Those .who were unfortunate
p ii Wrcupwl Iellan because they growled so
mgr I ck o abmuch on being disposeessed. sorick hard road. to the jail, graded enough to be before the court Monday
,, v ti jMrs. Gary found in the pulpit an and paved. In the examination of the had a bad day of it. Conviction fol-
a t tu- cup 1,.,Id ,,i,,ssum with a nest of young ja.,. we also note that there is noi lowed conviction
S^ r l.-,, ,,o,.*', How the< Baptist cause in Scala store room in which to store the jail, T following were the caes
t"'' It, .M *" Ilrian under Grod'? blessing. The following were the cases.
1 M ifur year os sh, sat at thg Ipplies. but they are kept in the Mary Young. grand larceny. Guil-
Si -fmir years has she sat at thespple.btte r
--,, :, I e \ t I: ', ., ,f h-': Master doing what sh. kitchen antl in an old vacated cell. .
a,~~~~ ~ 1%-%I Ia ty.
'^ t ,--it,'- hre (if these years hav.e Thi.- matter also should receive 'the This is the woman who robbed so
l ", i .-. ,,,' working ui iliridla. It t,..nTion of the county commission- extensively from Messrs. Rheinauer
Si^ *l- - : !. t if st ,o n e t-. hatv., h ,.r "
,f . .. t ~ -:tian kindness v.-rittn 'r [ and Nash.
S" ,, ";u:.t j, -risi ..i" I tin. f -. Hard Roads Ed Austin, alias John James, break-
sh_ I -,, .. r.i. i't, tio oftI o'; .V. believe thaT in justice to theing and entering. Guilty.
.1 I ~~ ~ I, of Anthhe; anti v cinlj. th gadanein.Guly
^ i I .,*) .+ L,:. h, t. z +" ]t; .',l,'p of An+thony anti vicinity, that W ilson Johnson. malicious mischief
*^ (.' .. ".,, l..-n .' 'i:., I 1',. -,_l of county commissioners -shoting in a house. Guilty.
~ '* . ~ :~~ m- [ *v L 'in-'..'t ltom dtelaycomplete the!-.oi~i hue uly
S ,. : ,'I ,,. bi i, a- h ...., 1i. h; np V-t and l t W Em met. M edford.. forgery. Guil-
,, , " i. ,+. ,-,'t ,, ',f ?: .; ... ? ; at'.:- .",'* : ,! : )I to A nthony, and extend it, y.
,, ...'ay h.,- ... : ,st it. !, .')s ii~++.an~ld put inl good repair the,
,? ",- :' .r l *:v 1; 't -: *" i n"tngorpith Tho !ast named is a white man,
SI i ,,..'!.t '.., :\, ', 'l, o. :' ! o i 't r') l, I a tv h Otye onhct- who lived at Island Grove.
.,,--t.nt ,f th. '.,.;f+':. : \V- lso rcomnmiln that thie ot The following are the names of the
M *.. ... .--,, ,ition. 7 ,l ] r; -. ., ":;ri "*nl r elit ry roa~ ". l ki tit jury for the week: Royal E.
S. . I,! : i ,'it m, Cole. .1. L. Tucker. J.1. F. Parker. J. M.
__ ,_- ,!.t__._,__t. l ;T, il in the- 5.Ul- ,OO r Farm
S. "tT. f.i i (- '. i- oor Farm ,:! Nettles. R. C. Fort, David Shaw. G.
1 .- . :r .i pk<,.:-'.vii.. T-:' ;:'. i. ;,,.. -- e w ""s, t 'oo -" Wr \ S eve-ns, S. I. James. I. NV. Ogle.
.* .,r -, 1 ..... .< *-t- ori M Sherouse. S. L. Bitting.
S" r ,,'* t ,,. lrnit, ,I i );;-tiu!t.rs fl niiii :'i i fo::i r tor azTi tult 'rai )ur- i -
S ., :.," i~i'ki-,tI- i>t.,,.. ijoseS ,, .'i-:,-ori(nl that in b," soldI DEATH TO SCALE INSECTS
... C.AND JURY PRESENTMENT and a 1:' '.v an" niore fertile locaTion -
I_,.. ,.^,,'.h.Km ,l I wish to call the attention of my

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L t- Circuit Court of Marion C2unty,
Fif.h Judicial Circuit of Ficrida,
Fail Term, 1908
!.,n, rabl,- \V. S. Bullock.
*. i it'
'[lh ;. ,, j'i!v ior Marion county
', -p c" '\.t' sultnmit to your honor
,- :f hnal presentment:
j di 'I.i dischargee of our duties, we

,.. ha'. ,.ndi,'avored to weigh all the ev-
S '' i,l.-lic-.' i~r,-.-ented to us carefully, and
- IT
,. \ ., Ia.- presented to your honor such vi-
,latioul- of law as seemed to us clear.


Ti'- grand jur3 and state's attorney
" ,,.. t,>-, i greatly hampered in their
,,,. ,,, *is,' of the failure of jis-
... t~ ^ i ,';l('- to hi O,' i over wI t-

j" | 14 | ll4, . .. . .. ... .. . .. . ..-- . ..
\Ve wish 'o 'XInl to h officers of Marion county friends, to the fact that
i.onI, t have thI, agency for .1. A. Derrer's
s court re thnks or th Death to Scale Insects." For full in-
many court si"'s x(,T",lied, to tis dur- lortnation write Ine at Lakeland. Fla.
ing 'this term. One application cleans them up. Dem-
Having com'ieltot our labors, we onstration of its work can be seen at
respectfully a K that we b)e discharg- my !rove at Stanton, Fla.
AnVery truly.
ed. EDWIN M. HOWARD. 12-1l-4t A. S.'.I McKINNEY.
M. M. LITTLE. Foreman.



The count of ballots on Wednesday
eveninr in the big Co-Operative con-
test sho'ved the following results:
Mrs. M. C. Looney............79163
Ms. .1as. Engesser.. .. .. ...69260
Mi.-s Legie Blitch .. ...........58605
It v "- __,. m I 1 00-0,1"t

-, ..... 5it, s lt i .h i pap 'ies ot 1 s l Mixise [Toddt-.. .. .. ...... -- ..
,"'>Iii 1tt-,.l to ihe action of the Mrs. Chas.. Cull)reath. ...... 24324
L ", J iur' \' alt)1 i1us1 criticize littij Miss Freyernmuth ....... 17690
I> *... t, t: t i| l i, (1'ai a acitv o coro- Miss Erin Yonge.... .. ...... 4560)
I*;., ., ,'tll .iiHii to thhoroighly investi-
I Miss Annie Blatr Woodrow .... 25 50
" i "-.'*- ;in~i ",iill, over wVitlesses.


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- .^. ,;Ili th,. iteltiji,.ni of th1 jus- Mis 1 Olli0 W eston, Ocala......
1- tl, i ,,'ace+ to tht, fact :h.it Mrs. H. C. Groff, Dallas ........
I laI th y aret ( compelled to Miss Genevieve Smith........
a%4. i wtntess hound over to the Miss Genevieve Smith. Ocala...
Jinl.u\ a memoraindum. givingtheMiss Annie Blair Woodrow ....
'..,','-x t,!ih" 0.kl*','ing of tihe giand
'i "'i- r' NinM of the and Mrs. A. P. Monroe. Pine.....
,' Ii addition w reconinimend that Miss Fannie Mae Sage. Ocala..
S..,h jl.-i I'#. of the peace send in with iss Donella Griffin, Anthony..
*. amta it and (otht-.r papers a list rs. R. Fln.0-ala........
, itn,.sss o whom this mem- Miss Alma Lee Jordat-. Pine....
.**,'art.l;( ha.' l)+ofln gi\,eii. -. -
Licnse 'Miss Maxie Fort. Lynne........
.hc r,,i'ene from the count\-Mrs. .. W. Davis, Summerfield..
afNt*M ss Rhoda Liddon, Ocala......
;,, i, a li.t otf merchants, profession- Ro Ldo O
Mrs. Grover Spencer, Ocala....
t tl*ii' and oth,.rs, from whom an oc- .. . -..-,
1i others. from whom an oc- Miss Annie Feinberg, Dunnellon
, !li ,,t dl oil a x IS ,,x a c te dt. T h is ta x is __ T> i
iiai tax is xaete. This tax is Miss Edna Dozier. Ocala......
,,n oiat-, ,-s based on the amount of Mrs. Royal E. Cole, Ocala......
-, -arri.-di Evildently the estimate M B o,
Miss Musie Bullock. Ocala......

S\alti'- ot stock is very faulty, and
u r. -eco i| tin of th.- legislature this law be so
aii.-n't.I a.- to 1w enforced with great-
'4 ft. jti-.ri'-. and accuracy.
It, t?.I, Offices
W.e ,. fin-i the offices and witness
,' ., romnis in the court house all well kept,

har, llighteld aIdi heated, but the toilet toom
In the basement is in bad condition;
S... .I' *j'ih, plumning ilefemtive. floor wet. anti
, ,''4f n.- light, except a lantern.

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..... I .... Io< al th .r,' is locate, in close prox-
S+ o ,, ... t ,1 4- A'" ainii'\ l, two colored schools a tuis-
1 1 ., a l., in th.- form of several houses of
,, f^ ,*~ .** >.. ,, r,?>lm n as
f o fa.ll- Wec',. that as -this
1100 ', t ,..tin.. It within the corporate lim-
0 ""0 ,- ,.( hala that the boari of alder-

iu .i ,t! ,h,, city take immediate steps
,', I'-!,
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,,!it,- e Ibeg to make the



Be sure to ask for coupons when
making your purchases of the firms
whose names appear in the Piano
Contest advertisement in another col-
umn of today's paper.
The more the contestants and their
friends see of the beautiful piano
which is to be awarded the winner,
the more interesting the contest be-
comes, and the more determined they
are to spare no work in securing it.
Remember, it is not too late to en-
ter a name for this prize, and as it
doesn't cost anything to secure the
ballots you may as well nominate
your friend now and "get busy" elec-
If you haven't yet done so, step into
the Burnett jewelry stoe and look at
the prize.


When You Kill the Deadly Dandruff

r, .. ..,. I, IF oqu
a ,, and r',comnmenda- Take care of your hair or be sorry
later on. If it is in good condition
'A PtI. tih.' jail x',yv orderly now. keep it that way.
,, :!tt i' .-'\r\hin,- that Many -.a man now bal,1 or afflicted
',, .l. i ,'! ct'(ir('u slanicts with a wig would have a full head of
t,, ',' j:|i'r' to mak,' luxuriant hair if he had used a good
,-,,, '' :,!l' ,, VW, IW- hair tonic in his younger days.
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Notice is hereby given that under

and by virtue of a certain final de-
cree, rendered on the 14th day of No-
vember, 1908, by the Honorable W. S.
Bullock,. .Jude of the Circuit Court of
the -,ifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
in and for Marion County.. in chan-
cery, in a certain cause therein pend-
ing, where, John R. Williams is com-
)plainant. aid Charles W. White. the
Consolidated Chititu Company the
National Bank of the State of Flor-
ida, the Travellers Insurance Com-
pany. Ella 0. Brown, Mary K. Orr,
James M. Smith and James 0. John-
son. E. R. Williams and Horace
Drew, executors of George R. Fair-
banks. deceased, are defendants, the
undersigned, as special master in
chancery, will on
Monday, the Fourth Day of January,
A. D., 1909,
during the legal hours of sale. will of-
fer for sale at the south door of the
court house in Ocala, Marion county.
Florida, and will sell to the highest
and be t bidder for cash, the follow-
ing described property, described in
said final decree, to-wit:
All that certain tract, piece or par-
cel of land described, designated as
follows: The northwest quarter and
the northwest quarter of the south-
west quarter of section 36. township
12. south of range 21. east; also the
Thos. Clark grant, excepting one hun-
dred acres sold to Breyfogle, and sev-
enty acres sold to Wiles, intending to
describe the same property conveyed
by deed from Eliza A. Commander to
the Alachua Improvement Company.
tl-e said deed being recorded in deed
book "T," page 84. in the office of the
clerk of the court in Marion county,
Also the west half of section 35.
township 12, south, range 21, east, all
in Marion county, state of Florida.
Also the following described parcel
of land which will be sold separate
from the above described land, to-wit:
Beginning at northwest corner of
,southeast fourth of section 25, town-
ship 12, south, range 21, east, run-
ning thence south 660 feet, east 528
feet, north 660 feet and west 528 feet
to place of beginning, containing
eight acres; also northwest fourthk
of section 36, and west half of section
35, in township 12, south, range 21.
east. Also all of the Thos. Clarke
grant, except one hundred acres own-
ed by W. L. Breyfogle, and seventy
-acres sold from the said grant to
Wiles, this land hereby conveyed to
be all that part of the Thos. Clarke
grant conveyed in mortgage,' dated
March 3rd, 1890, from Chas. W. White
to the Passumpsic Savings Bank, and
described in Marion county, Florida.
Book S, page 370, situate in Marion
county. Florida. or so much of said
tracts of land as may be necessary to
satisfy said final decree and costs.
Special Master in Chaincerv.
0. T. GREEN.
Complainant's Solicitor. 11-27


No:ice is hereby givon that on the
;th (1d.ay v of May. A. D. l: '.:, tle un-


Under and by virtue of an execu-
tion issued out of and under the seal
of the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-
dicial Circuit of Florida. in and for
Marion county, dated March 18. 1908.
in a certain cause wherein William E
McGahagin is plaintiff, and Thos. J
Myers is defendant, I have levied
upon and will on
Monday, January 4, 1909.
the same being a legal sales day. and
during the legal hours of sale. at the
west door of the court house in Ocala
Marion county. Florida, offer for sale
and will sell to the highest anti best
bidder for cash the following dhscrib-
el land in Marion county. Florida. to-
wit: The southwest quarter of the
southwest quarter of section :32. town-
ship 16, range 24. east. Levied t;upon
as the property of said Thos. .1. My-
ers. in the hands of Carrie Re4,l'ling.
as administratrix of the estate of
Thos. J. lMyers. deceased. 0Sold to
satisfy said execution and costs
Shriff of Marion Count\. .'ii
Attorney for Plaintiff. ;-


Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a certain final de-
cree, rendered on the 14th day of No-
vember, 1908, by the Honorable W. S.
Bullock, Judge of the Circuit Court of
the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
in and for Marion County,, in chan-
cery, in a certain cause therein pend-
ing, wherein John R. Williams is com-
plainant, and Charles W. White. Na-
tional Bank of the State of Florida,
The Travellers Insurance Company,
Ella 0. Brown, Mary K. Orr. James
M. Smith and James 0. Johnson, E. R.
Williams and Horace Drew, execu-
tors of the estate of George R. Fair-
banks, deceased, The Consolidated
Chititu Company, and Thomas P. Den-
ham, as trustee, are defendants, the
undersigned, as special master in
chancery, will on
Monday, the Fourth Day of January,
A. D., 1909,
during the legal hours of sale, will of-
fer for sale at the south door of the
court house in Ocala, Marion county,
Florida, and will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash, the follow-
ing described property, described In
said final decree, to-wit:
The southeast quarter of the south-
east quarter of the northeast quarter
of section 6. township 13. south, range


Notice is hereby gives that I. dw
undersigned special master In chi-
eery. under and by virtue of a isM
decree entered by the Honorable W.
A. Hocker. Judge of the circuit coWt
of the fifth Judicial circuit of Florid4a.
in a certain cause penling In the cir-
cuit court of the fifth Judicial circuit
in and for Marion county. Flkrida.
wnerein C. ('. Shooter was coniplain-
ant and John \ Du)ikes and ('an)li
F. Dukes were *ief.'n.lants. will on
Monday, the 4th Day of January. A. 0.
at the south tl4m)r t h) I ,- it ,,lom
in Oc;iala. Floridia. i,,,. .--n ,h l,'al
hours offer antil 'x| sa' ler to).-,. V, he
ht il s,' an' ; ll t t,,'-t I t ltd'd". .,,r '4 ht "
tollo it in d 's<'- ',i!H'< pi j '.. -T. ,. wit
North half (f l it ntlmt'r 'ii.'k
winlot t Ar 'n ?,% *.i.-, 11., A -' 11 ,VtV.
south, in Th, t' ( I of 4) 1a.: \1 i" ',a
oUii n -t. ta. i ov: |"' )ri.ita
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po( r:ti>nII IZI .lT ir i.t'dl .,' + t ..
of i' lorilt i h .'- '. .- 't. *. i.|

the chari-.itro a~iFoi
and t i ll ,I w ,..,I .,' h. ,. .... onht .
cotnpat. h onl i Monl,I., h .. I 'ii aof
r)ecenil>h'r.* A I> .Io'f a' .T. lr -k
a h for th,, pi,,Irpo of -,m,'Ki, *-ion
the following prpit,... :n..n .n
the charter ,of said Fln)ri.lit Pw)"
Company. naniv
To anienI sail h rTar,-, i :t, t liDto
at the conclusion of the **,onl pars
graph of Article Two of %aitjl rctr'r.
the following
".. This corporation ant the o r<
ident andi dir.ctor. ther,-o hall hayv
and exercise the. right off *minont .14-)
main. andi the right to con.iern pr
vate property for the us- of thl* rotw
pany. punr iUant to ith 'onstitijtil
andti th laws of the state. of Florita.
and may exercis,' such right in ayav
and all case% wh.'r,. the *,.irrt-., 4
such right is den.', n,'.'s.arv in-i
proper hy the lirs,%ld'nt and hart 4of
directors in condii or operating any) ptiblic wo)rk,4 wh;rh
this conupanty by t- charter i* au
thorized to condIuc' ,ani th aid
corporation %hall al-,, h;.' th.- righ'
to exercise th*' rich ot of *miti" .it-t
main. and codilenin aAl .% .1 All m:11 lanD
which nmay bI' aff.#'ctP,4 I. *r rnay IM
necessary for the. cis'trmlnt-?on of any
dam built. or to e hull? Tuior thh. pur
pose of condluictiig any tbusnts au
thorizeil by this c'hart.r in-lahlinlg
any and all surrounding lands whick
would be overflowd| hby r.ha.,mn ,of th
construction of such dam"
Dated at Ocala. Fk)loridla. tht* tho
11th day of November. A [) 1 94 '
President Florida Power Company
Secretary Florida Power company y


In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju
dicial Circuit of Florida. in andt fbw
Marion county-In Chancery
Clara Wheeler. Complainant. vs. Wl-
lil Wheeler. Defendant-Order for
Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Willis Wbeeer.
be and he is hereby required to ap-
pear to the bill of complaint filed in
this cause on or before Monday. the
1st day of February, 1909.
It is further ordered that a copy oat
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Banner, a newspaper publishabed
in said county and state.
This the 20th day of November.
1908. S. T. SISTBUN1.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Ia.&
By M. E. Sumner. D. C.
DAVIS & MARTIN, li-2l-st.
Complainant's Solicitors.

21, east, or so much thereof as may be NOTICE
necessary to satisfy said final decree Of Application for Tax Deed Under
and costs. JOSEPH BELL. Section 8 of Chapter 4888,. Laws
Special Master in Chancery. of Florida
0. T. GREEN. Notice is hereby given that W W
Complainant's Solicitor. 11-27 Clyatt. purchaser of tax certificates
Nos 1195 and 119f,. dated the 2nd day
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE of July. A. D. 1894. and 175M and 1759.
dated April 4. IS9S. and 57:. date l
SNotice is hereby given that under June5.19o5, has filed said certificates
and by virtue of a certain final de- in my office, and has matl- application
cree. rendered on the 14th dlay of No- for tax ld,'il to) is.ui- in a ,cordamcr
vember:, 1908, by the Honorable W. S. with law. Said ,rifhiat.. -mbrare
Bullock, Judge of the Circuit Court of th. following ,.--'ril-.- .t'' I""+ oil
the Fifth l Judlicial Circuit of Florida, Itated Iii MW;rir ,n oilltn .-l..I .7l A to
in and for Marion County,, in chan- wit: ,o A-21.1 1 .1 , h1 1 ,f l
I c ry. in a certain cause therein pendl- .. ,,, ,,, ,,,,, .,' h,.-.
ina, whcrein *Jlhn .R. W illiamns i c(oi- I p'I. -'. -'..-: ,1 .' ,,, ,, ,
jilainant, and Charles \V. White Na- n 'i' ' ,. .
tonal Bank of the State of Florida. i ,;,,,.r ,,,. ,,,,., .1 i- 't ,
T'] et Trav'll. rg Ii[nuHrtIuTiC, Coin [tui 1y' 1 2i : -,, ( I I I* a
El la 0. Brown. Alary K. Orr-. Jaine.s t .,,I' ) -.-,. ,
W,. Smith andl .Iamnt 0.. John.on. .
f V illan s lor o f 1a- #*\-
1 0r> 10 { W l lt tl l*> f 't l ^ (it (';4 t'sr ,. R

Notice is hereby giv en that iu1dl.r
and by virtue of a certain final d,.-
cree. rIendered on the 1 Ith a;iy 4 N .i-
vember. 190S. by tho Honoralde W\. S.
Bullock. Judge of the Circuit ('Colrt o
the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida.
in and for Marion County.. in chan-
cery. in a certain cause therein peIdl
ing. wherein John R. Williams is (con-
plainant, and Charles W. White. Na-
tional Bank of the State of Florida.
The Travellers Insurance Company.
Ella 0. Brown. Mary K. Orr. James
M. Smith and James 0. Johnson. E. R.
Williams and Horace Drew. as execu-
tors of the estate of George R. Fair-
banks, deceased, and the Consolidat-
ed Chititu Company. are defendants.
the undersigned, as special master in
chancery, will un
Monday, the Fourth Day of January,
A. D., 1909,
d(luring the legal hours of sale. will of-
fer for sale at the south door of the
court house in Ocala. Marion county.
Florida. and will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash. the follow-
ing described property, described in
said final decree, to-wit:
Beginning at the southwest corner
of section 28. township 12. south.
range 22, east. run thence east I,
chains, north 10 chains, west L24
chains, south 10 chains, east 14 chains
to point of beginning. situate in Ma-
rion county, state of Florida. or so
much thereof as may be necessary to
satisfy said final decree and costs.
Special Master in Chancery.
0. T. GREEN.
Complainant's Solicitor. 11-27

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old gentleman. He sought out the
corn Judge, and a parley ensued, in
which the corn judge went over the
points one at a time. The old gentle-
man was fair-minded, and did not be-
,orfe disgruntled, and exhibited corn
ih" next year. taking first premium.
\ut only taking first premium, but
iarc-v increasing the average yield
fit hi-. field. And since that time he
hai. not failed to get a premium on
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7".,. S ae4y' t'iuestion 2

It will be better to

award the premium on fewer number
of ears. The ideal is one ear. But as
our work is in its infancy, people will
be somewhat confused. Having had
a number of years' experience with
the judging work at DeFuniak, 1 am
inclined to believe that the premium
for the 25 best ears would be better
than for 50 ears.
In dividing this $25, allow me 1o
make the following suggestions:
k first premnium-$10 for 25 best
Second premium-I15 for 25 second
best ears.
Boys' and Girls' Contest
First premium-$S for 25 best ears.
selected by boy or girl under 20 years
of age.
Second premium-$4 for 25 second
best ears, selected by boy or girl un-
d"r 20 years of age.
SCompetitors for boys' and girls'
i prizes may also enter their exhibits
for the general premium, thus mak-
ing it possible 'to get two premiums
on one exhibit. All competitors must
be willing to take an oath that the se-

!fl per cent., without any extra out-
la> except the selecting of better
-.,d Lasmt year Mr. Smith, a dairy-
man not far from DeFuniak. raised
%*,, biuith.-ls of corn on 20 acres, thus
a ,.raging 4o, bushels to the acre.
I.ai- fall "The Breeze" of DeFuniak
animincei' that a premium of $20
A,0,ilo t,e given for the be-st acre of
ii- a-ture'd corn. the results to be de-
i. ri ined by weighing the grain. A
,i ,i,,ar of (,mpetitors entered f)or
'h.. premium. The three judges, ap-
pIintcd to measure the land and
%.igh the, corn. awarded 'the first pre-
mium to the acre that produced 80 1-4
t.i..hels There was at least one oth-
.r ti.hd in the vicinity, which d(lid not
*,.it.r for the premium, but would
ha%. approximated to this yield.
I have cited these illustrations at
i,.ngt, because they are right at
borne, and it does not refer to some-
thing away off in Iowa or Wisconsin,
and it also shows 'that it is not neces-
%.ary to introduce "new blood" to
tung atnumt progress in agriculture.
As my experience in seed corn se-
l,.',ing ,lait'- back to the time when
I %%- 'oo .mall to drive a horse, you
n.-. i not he surprised if I am some-
tiH' #olitminous in my essay on this
.idjeh However. I will try to con-
hut' myif to the barest essentials as
I .,.e them
Suggestion 1. Restrict the entries
t,, ',enral Florida. If you don't there
eari a number of men who competed
In 'The Breeze' contest at DeFuniak,
,huk would be able to gather in all
ti. ppr, miunis It is preferable, how-
ve.,r to make it broader than for Ma-
-,lin ,ii'nn'y. since Ocala is so large a
.It. that it should make itself felt
w ',n,.i l the borders of Marion county.
In fact It should be the capital city
uof s.outh-central Florida. And with
the good roads that are being built,
she' should draw from a considerable
ei-tance beyond the county boundary.
Td ai already the case, but if a lit-
tle of that trade is good, more will be

14. Proportion-shelled corn to
ear...... ... ... ... ... . 10
Tota! ...... ... ... ...... 100
1. Trueness to type-Conforming
to variety characteristic in variety,
classes, and to the prevailing type in
general classes.
2. Uniformity of exhibit-Uniform
in shape, length and circumference.
3'. Shape-Ear cylindrical, with
proper proportions of length and cir-
4. Color-Free from mixture, and
true to variety color. In judging col-
or, a red cob in white corn or a white
cob in yellow corn shall be cut ten
points. For each mixed kernel up to
five, a cut of one-fifth of a point shall
be made. Kernels missing from the
ear may be counted as mixed at the
discretion of the Judge. Difference in

shade of color of grain or of cob. shall
be scored according to varl'ty charam"
5. Seed conditIn- Ripe. souind.
dry and of strong vitality.
6. Tips-Oval shape, and regularly
filled out with large dented kernels.
7. Butts-Kernels rounded over
the (ud of cob in regular nnuner.
leaving a deep impression when
snank is reu.oved.

S. Kernels uniformiity --Kerte'ls
from thle same ear and from the s'ev
eral ears unifor inin size and shap,'.
9. Kernel shape-- Kernels deep.
wedge shape and full at the germ enld.
10. Length-Varies with -tlie varie-
; measul'e The deiciec.v a:14nd ex,
cess in 'length of all ears shall !' a!dd!
eld together, andt( for e vryv inch l li:
obtained a cut of one point shall be
made. In determining the length.
measure from the eVtreme tip to the
extreme butt.
11. ('lircumference-Varies with
the variety measure The deticiency
and excess in the circunmferenct'e of
all ears shall be added together. and
for every inch thus obl)tainted. ;I cut
of one point shall oe imale. Ml'a,.ure
the cir'cumference at one-third tihet
distance from the butt to the tip.
12. Space betw ,en' rows- -ulrrow.-
hl,'.X'en rows ald iS :pace cau'lls'd by
rolindi corner's of' ke'els.
1:',. )Space at (coh--Sp)a('ce in row b'e-
tveen kernels at (cob. To examiine(
for "space at col'" take our ) several
kernels near hle mtidelle of tlie ear.
then observe the ke,'rei]. of an iIdtiis-
tuirbed row near 1iie ('oh).
II. Proportion --nIn d(letornininlg
the proportion oi ('orn to cob. weigh
five earts in the exhibit Shell and
weigh. the cobs. SuiIhract lhe, weight
of the cobs from n he w.''ight of the
ears, thus obtaining the weight of tin'
corn. Divide the weight of the shell-
ed corn by the weight of the ears.
thus finding the percent, of the corn.
For each per cerrit. of the standard for
the variety a cut o# one point shall be

From the length of my letter, you
will have come to the conclusion by
this time that I am 'talking altogether
beside the question.
I have just returned from a stay of
nine days in Washington. working on
agricultural problems.
I have already held over thirty ses-
sions of Farmers' institute ; his fall.
If you were to call at my office now
you would find five trays of mall
awaiting my attention, instead of
three, as was the case when you were

here. You will, therefore, see that
(he work is running entirely away
with inc.
The above suiggestionS, of course,
are only made for what you may con-
sider them worth, and their worth
must be judged entirely by those who
know definitely about the local condi-
tions. on which subject I do not con-
sider myself in a position to speak.
\Wilshing you abundant success-
and I know you will nave the success
if H1it, lair is a pu rely agricultural
;!sttH iti,'. 111id .act'il)t ing with pleas-
,r, % 0,1'r in\vit;tion .to judge the (orn,
:.:;. V'rv truly yVourS,
Ii. RO()I 4. Direlor

In pursua wce of the forte'going we
hereby offe'" the sum of $25 in special
prizes. dividedd and to be judged as
shown by Prof. Rolf's letter.
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank,
Ocala, Florida.


"Hope deferred maketh the heart
sick." That seems to be what is the
matter with our friend Jordan of the
Punta Gorda Herald, who since 'the
election thinks he sees the country
,)i1;u to li) e1 erl;istilug bow wows:
:t;.,i itt ilke ;i'ti +e'' *o Editer 'Pran:
Hi:rri. )f tl'rh.- Ov.la Banner who
sings a mournful song that "it looks
as if the democratic party, as a polit-
ical power, ha(tld come toin iend."
It reminds us of an old cracker
down at Pine Castle, who declared on
one occasion that he had voted demo-
cratic all his life. but there was no
sort of use, they promised us a pres-
ident these many years and never
1 have given him to us. and now I'm
gnitt-; to ,ot., republican."
H He did vole republican that year
hillt rover (Cleveland was elected.
Don't despair. brothers. Of course
you good (Cheps may never be in at
the death of rel)uhlicanism, but there
:re ,plenty of young hopefuls leer.-
Orlando Reporter-Star. The Ocala
Banter thought it was the other fel-
lows who) were -singing the mournful


V.'.y )'-,-ip (t Kibl'!" of D' np .11 n w.,s
hre yesterday. lie is going to ni.aio
Dunnellon a second Ocala. Cement
sidewalks and vitrified paved streets
are some of the Improvements that
may hb' expected.

I Jeff L. Davis. who was on the iD
'oerat force several years ago. .n
lately has been manager of a
paper at Quit man, Ga.. was bw VW
d(lay en route to Arcadia. where be 1b
accepted a position on the C(.im
Mr. Davis is a good, all-round ew
per man and can make good ta "
position assigned him.-Uve
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Our line this year of Toys and Dolls, while not as large as former seasons is lar

for you to make your selections and at a great saving in prices. Our aim t

out of every toy and doll in our store this year.

Our line of KID BODY DOLLS is the best selected one in Ocala. Remember that

body dolls that can last from one year to the other. Our prices are very low

sidring the quality. A few of the things we take great pride in mention

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The Corn Score Card
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2. Uniformity of exhibit..... 5
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5. Seed condition .......... ..10
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7. B utts . . . . . . .... 5
8. Kernel uniformity.. .. .... 5
9. Kernel shape ........... 5
10. Length of ear ... ..... ... 10
11. Circumference of ear...... 5
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grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. 1
Long, Wednesday morning at ,*
Miss Belle Bates to Mr.. Uoy#
Tucker. Mr. Long officiate.t.
ed by Rev. M. H. Outland, in thd
ence of relatives of the eontr
Th, :-ocm was beatitlf:.1) +-rol
with evergreens and roses, the
schem)e bing red an l green
wedding march was beautifully I
ed by Miss Mary Love of Ja
First came the sisters of t.
and groom. Miss Lucile Ha(i
Miss Lessie Tucker, follow-,l hyl1
ter Victor Hull from JaciKo.
strewing roses in the pathway of
bride and groom, who stool u4
welddling bell during the imM 1
The bride was attired in a,1
made suit of brown broadcloth.
gloves, hat and shloes to match, c.ll
ing a bouquet of bride's ros,,s and |
mosa, looking, if pousible. h
charming than ever.
Misses Bates and Tucker wo m
coming gowns of white. Miss
carrying a bouquet of pink roses
i;rns and Miss Tucker carrying
roses and ferns. The groom wore
conventional suit of black, and lo
Unusually handsome.
SMaster Victor Hull was dres-*
Scream serge, and acted his pert Ia
tifully.' ;
SThe presents were numerous
i beautiful, attesting the populart
Both parties.
i After congratulations and $
Swishes oi friends, they took a c
to Ocala. boarding the noon tra ft
ai trip to southern Georgia.
After visiting relatives in Je
ville thcy will be a home in 1-j
after January 1. when they go
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The child andl Mrs. Burgess wre
brought in on Dr. Izlar's automobile,
and though everythin. ()ossilhIo was
done to save the little ome's lift', she
died at :, o'clock iu the afTt-rnoon.
The remains were inin diaatelyv turn-
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v.lio irelpared( i't for shiplmlei! to the
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FOR CHILDREN ARE AT HELVEN-, e. ueCranberry Sauce ApI Jely lit.'',
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c...c. y ,rI> T, nikc ine .' ino ,xihil: I Woibton Seamniess Art Squares-All in Jute Art Squares-9x12, only $10. (-i, ic' rv. will Aon

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S, -. Vha: a! painting l -- the latest igns, all sizes y40 t C:tton and Wo01 Art Squares-$5 to iModay. the Fourth Aay of January,
r-1 .4. 'iI $20 A. D., 1909.
c. '<, .I I,.,,1r:,1 ; .! 'rv much in iI or ihis Axminister Art Squares-ln many Ten Wire Tapestry Brussels Art dr fri ta lea th sourt ,loor of the
S',. .i.ion Its dilapiia<,l (.. liiion pretty designs. $20 to $35. Squares-$18 to $25. co)rt house in Ocala. Marion cOmny,,
*; .* < ,i,..an,l; prompt attention Wool Fibre and Fibre Art Squares- All Wool Granite Brussels Art Florida. and w'ill sell to the highe st
-.,. ,; ,,.,, i- i ,.=, w,' ar laI =o not,. .h,. improved Only $12. Squares-$8 to $14. an1 best bidder for a esh rihed. Ihn il
.9 ,r" 94 o'"i' (,4,,.iiiion of Mr. P. (. V. \Villiams. Imperial Smyrna Art Squares-$22 to Japanese Matting Art Squares-$5. sid final decree towitl
., I o. t,. ,.111 ,! hl,. i, -.rintndont of the Sunday $45. (We are Ocala agents for Small Rugs to match all of the above Beginning a* a )oint 1:: chains
,. .. ', ,,I,; s..hool 01i Mr. Moriah Baptist church, these goods). at reasonable prices. souhast and 5, *, liii ,'s.
Snrt 58.57 chains from the southwest';
, -' an 0 s, hi on h sr s is c- orn,,r of the Thos. (larke iIrant,
:' .,l ... l ,i, ,ois m, China Dinner Sets, $10.00 to $125.00. Ten Pi- Toilet thnc north 4: de ,i.i Il 4
SI1 Th.S chains, e Dast 5.so chains. rii
,,, ir Th, R,'. I),. l)ukes is doing a Sets, $4.00 to $25.00. Big line of China and Porcelian d1, ;, ,ii east .4 chais., soh
',<.' ,,:i at,- liusiness at hi- drug store. He caters Dinner Sets in all of the Latest Patterns. 4 deg.;;o in. east 11.24 chairs, south
, h .-'*.-.' o: 'l,'to thi appetites of tho lepeoldle by sor\- : ng n1 aeiii, west 11.2 chains.
S. ,. i Ila, gie "hot soft drinks from lht best \ have just aslted d 5000 feet of floor space, annd we are now better thne north leg. o i Wes!
-.,, l.'h fu l contain arangemeni in Ocala among than ever prepared to display our beautiful line of Furniture. We will in iks, h.ncai nsrh 4 g. :}I mii.
l .,,t our p'olde'. th.', near future also add a complete line of Hardware. w .t c hiis nori 4 d'. : .t 7
hm tc t.e i'i~l P isn .Iuh~west 95 links, nor'h 5,, ,,a.' ,';t4! *.
-hos ',,Ih. D,.,.Wr;1.io,-. W Wilson. R. S. tHughes chains, north 4, deg. :I rain. west 1,,
S "" '* '":'"'and E. Carrie Mitchell have .ach. Exclusive Ocala a.-ents for Allwin Go Carts, all colors $12. chairs. thence south .,,,,de we.t 1t
,.... ,** *,i,, ;. abo\e. Iurchas.,d a new Standhope physic- .. chains, thence south 4 t, r+'.c, ,*c G aian- buggy. which fact inicaaes \e are closing out our Standard Sewing Ma;i-ines. and ( the rt west1 chainsl.rl th10 ,!'cg. :1
S. ,,..r- ,,'' ha' h p1 u hrifi anId progress with our doctors. few we now have on hatld will be sold below (.,,st. mii. west 6.13 chains It Ilace o-f be-
,.* t .-.: ', < i i/ I ,t1i a Thii, Standard lodge. No. 1 Ancient,- .inin all in Mario c n s f
S.o ci- l t'- an .I ccc.ypl.d Masons, will old Florida. and containing, thirty a .... i -, i'i:. aian al ,election of officers on the il l ve() aacay loss. o o r ll)tih hr.,
0' ,,:h,.- ,., 1,-i.' I t'ihe ird Fridayv night of this miontlh, and i niay ), *n' ne saarsl1 *- -.f!
S, ,, ,,, ..,.- ,.a(h and ,ve,,ry e e is ordre N. MAGNOLIA ST OCALA. FLORWDA .(',' ain" (. sts.
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, '1. Mrs L.-oni ard B 'erlaick is again :. ................... .... -- -
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i , .'k ', ., \i.-iin in Oala. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
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S. *... ,, -,;. r I ': ,. i,.. *',1. '1. .').1- '1 acade l fro m 0 ca!a for l it- : | I : l.- li c. 'j' ,:,, "Ti. ol i c i !' hist ern) fi .L :oi : Ii; to uiakt il!,iS institiltion a niate*,rial ::. \-in1 r. 1'.,. b\ tP I!Vico ,'i. ,!. \\ S
,. h'i,-,.1 ,,-. Mr-. Nelson \W Willialis andl I benefit to the community, and an ad- X. I l'u .. Ii1(''(' V
', ,. '-.5 . 9l l, ;,t ,! i,'. of Wears.dah.' s)Oelnt IWo 0 vantage to every mar- ;ind worAan--to i : 4 '.
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4 laks. in IW o n shol)i)ing recently. The o .ou in particular. ((V. :. ( r;ii ;i ;; i
i , \ *,..ha,. 11, S<." *" A",,id heii.lg 1e1ls are ringing hard d vn We offer ; every facility consistent ,ii. wher, ,iii \ ,. i',- V ,
- ,hat way. with conservative banking. It Is our Ou |aiirai. ; .a ( i.ar ", V. \ ii "-
T Fr' LORIOA G ''E THANKS Th, RIt. Rev. William Crane (Gray,.; business to acccminodate the p,'ople. INi d;a.n ,,,. ht ,t, ,' i.:,,r
IrOIR 'h.t :.i.,sionary bishop for Sou;lier i. W invite you to join ,wir growing i9l1, the' Tra ellir. lii-rai., (' :'.
'-lorida. will I)reach a, lie St. X.lm .. 1i; o satisfed customers : ca Iii ,. ,
ir aIcolhlitl.hSthls- T*cola-n rodesant Episcopaal church on Sun- r I I _.l Sl i
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4 h.t } r friends is requested. I i' h B A hal:ks. i*lc**as,,cI are ,i a l't.i'dI;i r .
. ,, r i, -' I.raiil, ,.* i Ai:t- ;l.- ,'xplcted that a class of appli- til ,l,'rsignetl. as .p.l,,.'ial n,'d . * lii>
',, ., ,. ." *0 -.*n.ark .lli. M.%!' cant will be confirmed by the bishop l clalc(rv will on. -
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Th, -,. alt,, ..... t wo boxtes of choice oranges las MASTER'S SALE NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE fcoir f()ro salen )alh, ar,!, l ,,,,, '.
Th,. n,. ,; -,,i,,,hi- -,, :.,,ek from friends at the Lak side. ___M TAIC MATE SALE 'r o in (__tl.._i__rin _oii'.
F i hrlorda. andli wil i s(,li I c' tit;, h::,
r' *, ll. ,n "i t!1 l :i ,,o M:,ss Matilda Quartern an silent Notice is lhereby given lhat I. the Not Ie is hereby given that tindler'_. a'nl he bilpidder for cash. rh.- i to;Io'.
,u*I,. i,. I'.h .**- .l', -,,i at *c* Ty ^ Sun,ia'-v 1al,-I in town. as ,lid ma'iy oft" undersigned special master in chan- and by virtue of a certain final d OIIU,* el, . it. c I id 1'I !,,. I tn,1 i- .. .. ,. ,.. ,*, c ..: eery. under and by virtue of a final cree. rendered on the 14th day of No- sni,! tl n:dl (ci,,.rIt p->\\i-t

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