The Ocala banner
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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 25, 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).
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E 44, NUMBER 26.





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L oc and Personal M Mr. William Wilson of Tampa s!,eit
Tho eiav in Ocala Sunday.

AI TMi Harry l'er'r ot DuIniellou is
Iher parents. Caj)t. and Mrs.
A. Tucker.

Mr. Clfton Camp hat rt urno-d home
K 4ti two wE"ks' busin,'ss visit to

I' MAU Evelyn Plot has rtnurn,-d
tl from an extended visit to re'la-
'U?. b South Carolina.
M r. Ro (Chanmbers is spendlin.; the
Aa m holidays in Ocala w ih his
81er. Mrs. H S Chambers.

Miss Caroline Pasteur spent Sunday
in Ocala with her sister. Mrs. C. S.

--- Ocala has a Woman's Civic L.eazge.
This week lovely young -girls have which aids in the improvement of th-.,
stool in the postofficoe. wearing on' town materially by fostering various
,heir arms the G(,neva cross, which imlprovemlents, thel least of which is
ik everywhere the symbol of help to not the planting of shad.- trees in the
suiff'rinz humanity, and soldl hun- streels. Wish every town in the stat,
dr-'ls of red cress stamps to p)ll on ha.! such a league, as if there( is a
('Chrstinmas packages and letters, thing appreciated in Florida it is
The ('O:I.liT'(- here hopes to reap shadle trees in the summer tine.-
a rich harv,-s' this hirisimas week Jacksonville Metropolis.
whtn th,- hebarl' and the purses of Tallahassee women are ahead of the
or' 1,eopl)l' gladly res'ponmd ;o this call en in the march of progress. They
for help for the ,poor and the sick. maintain an active town inmpro'venmnt
Mi-s Mary p,.irforPl an Miss Alta association and are constantly doing
E-,!r an-! Mid-s TaL'"r,1 ;nnd Miss Mclver Tallahassee Truiie Democrat.
Monday. The above is referr(ld to th, ladie's
In tif' alt'T,.rnooli Miss Sara Davis of Apalachicola with .he' wi-h that
ani Miss .Joso) hi'n, Turpin were s'll- they organiz- a ci\vi(, l.,:, ie r (i'il
in,- thes ost'amps. in Mr. A. E. Buir-, that will proinote at seitiinil-lit o'f a
Ilti''s jew '!,,ry store. C('ity Beautiiful ani<:!ig the -ci','/ns
generally. What s;iy vn.i, ladi-,-"
REV. R. H. BARNETT RETURNED' Almpalachicola Times.

TI;.'- niqjcilmonts of th( Metholist -
niinis-'e-rs for ithe coming. year 'were Mr. George H. For'd '.' a:s I ho)t at
rt,:l- at lhe conference( at Miami Mon- 'a small and initori-il ca(,nid party on
,lay !,lv Hi hlep C. B. (;alloway. ,Thursday night, at which Mris. V,'T'nie
A ,-l.]gran, received in Ocala late Stevens of Shawneoe, Okla., was the
in ihi. aft,'lnoon statedl that Rev. R. special guest. Mi. -Vort's ofWher g'wsts
H. Blarn',-. rwho has been in Ocala were Miss McCreery, Mi\s Weathers.

only oile year. has been returned to us
ani ilhat Mr. T. .1. Nixon of Gaines-
ville cO,,om,'s to Ocala as the presiding
elder for the district. Some years ago

Genuine Texas Rust Proof Seed M'. Nix on Aas -the pastor of the Ocala
Oar. Martin & Carn. 10-23tt church.
The friends that Mr. Barnett has
Miss Annie Sharpe. who is the head already nmade during his ministry bere
lady teacher at the Washington Semi- ,will he very much gratified to know
rnary in Atlanta, reached home Sunday that he' wh'ill remain in Ocala for an-
afternoon, to be the guest of her uncle o1her year.
andl ault. Mr. and Mrs. .. t!. McCly- ie have not yet learned of any of
mon.!s. for the holidays t h r iipoint ment.rs made by the
I hisholp.

38 Fann (iClak and, heir nieces. Born, on Monday. to Mr. and .Mrs.
Me= Sh-lly and iPansiv SouIr. are Baxlay. a nine-pound baby girl. Both'
l4~19t th1 hol,:da\s at SIparr. mother and child are doing nicely

Miss Jewett, Miss Robinsorx, Miss Syi-
vester, Mr. Woodrow. Mr. T. I. Har-
ris, Mr. C. J. Mills-Price, Mr. D)on
Ford and Mr. Hibber tWeathers.
Tle games of whist at the three ta-
l)les were thoroughly delightful.
Miss Weathers and Mr. Woolrow
won the prizes.
Refreshments were se'rvet a-ft! r lrthe


Sunday afternoon, at the Oklawalha
Baptist church, Rev.B.1 I. 11ull, offici-
ating, occurred the funeral of Miss
Annie Yarborough, an account of

We Are Always Working

to Get New Business,

But our greatest ,itorts arc spent in the in
of old customers--gWing out ot the u a\
to rn.cr them service.

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THE STAR'-i (>'R %TIAS f JaTI0~q

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II 'ki '- .
lBl if youi ;,re' king fo:" t,,, !,,,-,
set('tio ill wvhi'hw to lo'(ate, ( ),fi *i 1
M arion o'. inty. Florila. \\hl ,r., I.iils '"i' .*' ' ti
('all b" bloitht ati ft'rsi, $" ?e i te s .', j' n rr' i'L .- ,
per acre. according ,i) lI 't i *II oi l ;I.u I ,i '. r. I ,
inllpirovtill nlts.. Ot1 these' lanl ls ,A IIS
raise from two to foullr e'rtls p r e,.:tr
and l.'nte( do not ha( l i t l t< (',ell-it'ii ill .s1'' ,, ,." ,
wilteri all t lat we can';t l iy ip i ll sti M r \| r I -
n l *'I' .? t' M i i ^ .t i l , .
If y'o) ar, si,,Ti i':al. \i-it \1, M ,
riotn County Fa'ir. I)hcv,' .Il,.-r IT; 1 7
and I" l *I',. anad '.*' fur ,ir-.'lf iutl "I- ,! ,
Fotr firthher phar'tic'ilars ,tslft.r ';, t i ., ,
F. V. I)I'TTOI Ral IE-:st ,. I ,tti r I r
S 1-20 tfw < ,l :i. I l-'I ,

R -- -- -Santa Claus brought this lovely ) 'm- p:.-l)- issie Leavengood and Mr. whose tragic death was published in SPRINGS
E* Mo(ra | Irbnw- in G aine-vtll,. aler a short Ilv. ut :heir Christmas gift is nonei1 th' niairried in this city on Wednesday attended by a large crowd from the This pa,' r i:;,"- ',, ,,, :i, "
- 9 h eIr with Miss Ma:ry GCa i'- hss appreciated, right, were given a magnificent wed- Connor. Grahaniville and Lynne' sec- er trage.ly wlii Ii ,orit i i,, .' Sl *
rr -- ----l Mrding dinner at Stanton-on-Lake-XVeir tions. The deceased was only about Springs Sa'riiriv .isTi.t.nd :i!,,i .1 '
S, ch'Idrn <> le fIhirace Epicpal Mrs. R. A. Burford returned hoan Mr, .y Mr. and rA. Leavengood, pa- eighteen years of age, and her tragic o'clock.
t y w'hb R tr^ lSaturlda nig :t a? ,even ,wh.hre, she was called on account ofI Bosidlos the bride and groom, there hundreds of friends, and their heart- rack ,n' of the. Ii'llz Ilun,',r r-.
U t .Yonges hall Ill death of her father. Her daugh-! were present Mr. and Mrs. A. Kelsey. felt symnpathy goes out to the sorrow- i 1,akinr, t',,ilil..,, wi, i,,. ,eh i.
Ser--. Miss Marv Burford, who ALLUtls Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lytle, Mr. Ernest ing family of the young lady, who are killing oe ,f te oe'ci|,;inrs .Mi.s \.
' Ir. J. 1). Villiam. of .\rc'alia. for- B3lnmont College at Nashville. Tenn.. Iyt le. and Mr. Burns Leavengood, Mr. almost inconsolable in their great loss. ni,. Yarbro,,.h :lm,.- ins.antl
l y l marahal of Ocala. is hr., on a accompanied her home for the Christ- James K else., Mr. Ralph Odell, Mrs. almi ss Yarorncgts.a iotn t.er air gIroloss
^ ^ an d li *.11 ('hris. ma wCith mas vacation. 'Cameron and family of Stanton, Mrs. GOOD COUGH MEDICINE FOR t brother were in ,h,. ^a>,,.--) h.,
Snd sisers C.R. Hendricks, Mr. and Mri. P. V. CHILDREN escap ijr.
Order your W agon. Carriage, Fenc- Leuavengood and son, Hansel'. Mr. ----'he Yrborulds licd s te n, ti.r .
o. dnd Mrs. W. A. Pelot and Ing, Sewing Machine, Range. Farm Ward Leavengood. Mr. Harry L.eaven- Tho season for coughs and colds is ;h, ', ni-,,,rhoo,! !
S-lmrbte', Dora,. came hoime Sunday Machinery. etc.. of Florida Purchas- good ani "Mr. Eory. eavengod^ -tofo now at hand and too much care can-
SPot'. orange grove at Ow- ing Agency. Palatka, and save 10 to not pe used to protect the children. The atcidlent was a la.n,;,I. ,t
'0 per cent. Write for particulars. Ocala. Mr. anti Mrs. J. \V. Perry and A chill is much more likely to con- and is very greatly l
scarletofever whenida.reatlywilldrvr t,
*,'--L In w,, Floridla. They will re- Agents Cyplers Incubators and sup- little daughter and Mrs. M. D. Turnip- tract diphtheria or scarlet fever when
S-- hp for the holidays. plies, 11-13-tfw. setd of Dunnlon. he hacold. hequicker you cure DEATH TO SCALE INSECTS
his cold. the less the risk. Chamber- ____
r. wIwarl C;r-,n. who is studying Mrs. Mallory Lidldon came down BEWARE OF FREQUENT COLDS lain s Cough Reneody is the sole reli- t c Ii t i
Urr st the lni\ersity of rhe Mondlay aflroo from Jacksonville, ance of n;ar, y othrs. and few of Marioih, nfi, :, h f; 'h;
[those who have nrie~l it sire willing to Ihave 111',. at, 'T,'.v ft,,r \ l),.',r,.
S ot at an,,. Tenn.. is at home where she has e- residing since A successi-n of colds or a protract- use ny oher. Mrs. F. F. Sarcher of l)naIth T S.al'', I-:,;' Fr f,)!i,:
' e ateld his actionn with his ra- earlv fall. ai, vii, s,-'nd Christmas ed .old is almost certain to endl in (,V'y ,.y \. Va.. sas '"I have never W I T Int' k t l.
SMr n \Ir. Otis T. Gr.een. and Nc. i a swi 1 1,- parens, Mr.. (S n-,.I(rrhll, |ow h ri- nC)'r-,.over.Givei'Hl- wr, i .y*Iy
so~s v''' holy ''covr.Gie eer' aiiK'.u ''i U'el v for imy hdri
-- - ;. nd Mr I .. .1. ,, ,lr. it.idi (ro v.ild ., ,1 ,;,,, i,,on it d1. seirv -s a-i, you inl 2* 'h vS ,iv',, n Zood s-i1i-.t ',: 1 ": it n ,f i;s ',r! 'er .' "
M rs. B S. \\ .al1ers cane uip 1111- also spend ( 'ri- s in Oc'ila. in:a1 a,', il ;1i'i. (0s ,:deeea le i- e, s :.... 'ii-i ;<',e '.. contains no :)i- i:, '-r ', ;,, s ,tura.!i
from Tampl. and is the guest 01W -I ,v '.. ::'. uta cure a co-d? WVhy not ll o, oiii, 'r;W ''oti" an 1 pay be niv- i ; t' ,INN .:Yv
rusbandOs parents for i l '. N Kirk i, Mr :' C 'lain's ('ough Re' (y? It e, as confidentIv ;o a chi as to an \. ....I
1 Mr.. Mr Weathers oined henr on firi,- hr(-, al ., e i. N. Kirl and rB'Id',. Mrs. M. adult. [ or s-le b v all druggists. m
one~dher* .0Fx. Mrs. I B. Willisantdau hite of Bilo l', Ternn., says" "-'Sever- \.'hh in nt- 41. 1 ,'.
t, lit ay. Tert.. .Mi.sss Blanche and Mary \Vilis.-.al years ago I was bothered with i my CHRISTMAS LETTER FROM AN",r (',I1, l e ]i-, i, ui/,' \MI ,
3,, ar 4 n a I iMiss -Fuller ani Mr. W. V. ('lvat left throat and lungs. Someone told ne BiOie'. .I. ril lU \,..,u.-) :4, r,.,..', t
r arr> lzpham an l]ttW ,, -on .iiRs Cough Re medy. I I e- OCALA BOY
Mon'iVsa morn]ing for ('v'vs al River. ,f ( '!ha t:,rins Cough te.!ewly, i i- .CAL
ntt o Jacksonvillte to spend gunf r Cus t d i r1ievle ed n -- ' *' P
whe r',, th ,v will ,enjoy a c, 1. 1)1ing Ir'il',, nt '. Now' m y tht',a" an d '1 2 a IDi-4 '',...D cem ber'1-. .t' ,, ''' r,,, i, :',,,.e
Sh lty with Mrs. Lapham's pIa-1 and .vil l ,nd, ii., holiday. v- "'ry somi tant w ,ll F,;" s, i)1 D 1. <'o.. e ,r I. , .' i
M r lapham ,ill join thi om 0 pieasanr j, I ,, al h :ni t iT -.: m To ,t. Ocala l manner: '
1t a I Shell .-lan .. -- .- As it i-. almost Christi.n;. I take, i, .i' i ,',.. ,' ,h w, haI
N. ..... NFORMAL DANCE AT YONGE'S grea'-: pleasure in wishing 'v.oi a mrer- T I!ir'!'. a ,, h,. ,.t,-..' ."
Mr. Allan Bridges spent Sunday H Christmas and han N Year. h 'n*t T' '
Mm. Bridges, who is visitingg her Toys: Toys: Toys! An ininese lo;o HALL r hrismasan____ haple N.ow Year.h av h i 'h
Sam enjoying the h est of health. f:p instance. two hinelreI and tli v-
of toys. at Fishel's. i lm
S. Feaster. dt MIcan- honor of the college boy< and Have gained eleven pounds and feel i:, i, he live stock exhit it
Th Iwo 0oulg men who saw the, girls. \t) a:re at httie tor the holi- fine. This is a fine' country--snow on iz- Ca-l I. 9, hogs. 76 horses au.
M, r. G. E Goolsbv of Gr:hamville ^beautiful woman at the fair grounds day.-,. ih.ere was a very informal little the ground all ,he iimne. I go sleigh- l ^, f. ; mls and olt. 19; .h,',.
rilr to Oala Monday. and n Wednesday we are told had just ,ta 1' given ai Yoinge's hall Mondlay ing and ice skating every week. It is ,; .,
l .. imbibed a draft of wine made from night. The lance was gotten up )hur- certainly tine sport. There is no ... ,... .-.... ).,...,,....,

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W Mt. Hocker came home;
from a& business visit to

Mr. John T. Lewis was among the
-y well known Christmas shoppers
10 the Biek City W 'dnoslay.

Mliss Lacile Moore has g)ie u)p to
MICADopy to iwjti' Christrtmas with
er aunt. Mrs S. D Fea'Pr.

Mr atid M r,. He.ri.r \\'e,, of
OaP" -i,'n" \\'s(;n,',s,t: M in Ocala. intr-
l'iO 'iLk :h1, \at-'il-. TM-t' h.tn'S

lir E I. Seo' ot liii minlhlaziu. Ala-
bat a rTr: ,'. illn (c'la \\'e.ise .liy to
Ip*"iII t,'h (C 'di-;oi i wde wi'llh hisis pa-
rl'l" M I:1,.: !A i; S Se.r r:

W. N N.-Ismi i sf C"olumbiiia, S,.
C.. arr,,.' i-.n )I-- ~v'>sr'a af-
it4 -t"!it,.h wini''!- wi'h her'
h N!, i' '- %I Lcxtmit'-

af'e vl* #11s 1 !!1'.'m d t I' i t i Va"'. i !
Nr I' -p'p 1- iirhir. Coul Nic Barco.

(.u.'4la li I! t a T'.. I Ti-- i 'V )'-T ftj

tho uIiit.:a' '. tit haIt M'rM's. Sand-
ford .1. wt't.

a Tit--r'--, Itri'-o n, -a:its'a h apj iy New

N .'lNN i I 5 I ; ii a PIiI ick
ti', ;.:, i"r' ;it ho,'r, lI rom I )aviitdisoni
('oll-.,, ft r ith' i 'hri-'maia- holislays
wi t th-t r" p;i1r I'-, Di) andl Mrs. W H1.

Mr i ' T I Ii: i' t'shoinnor i- off
hI i) 1 .4 ,11"' o'i his hi. 1.1i1s load-
.' o, h,' i, '--;Il'- i ns it smnall,'r
'ti t tA 1 all,! 1 de rt and 110 llhiZ
lari' '". : ipaItilher ;alnl ,ear

The, Marion "Coun',y Fair. wi h an
attI*idae i- (O h,' dla r,'at'hinlg 8*su. was
an t A!n it;' .1 -Iiv'v,.-%,. anl jis mania-
g.,ri ,|,.'r\ ('t"'11.1"14 uLition -Pensa-
ili .,tl nal

Mr .1 Fre'i Carl'i. who is with the
A It & A railway a' Mnmplhis, Tenn..
Il i a I visit to Ocala, and will spend
the holidays with his parents at the
('aiItm1 HOUSP

Enormous crowds attended the Ma-
rion County Fair at Ocala last week.
The exhibits were of a very superior
kind and in all departments the fair
was a great success and a credit to its'
promoters.-St. Augustine Record.,j

The new pipe organ at (Grace
Episcopal church has been insfalledi
and will be use'd for ihe firs tOili'e at
the Chrisin ma service today. This
orgati is an e x(,xcedinmlv hanidlsoe, 0one
and will ald! a great deal to this lovely
hitlie clhuric('h. The hi'rch has r..ctmn;-
I lyll i,..t'!, a ini'olr o(f ('chlan:,
aIld illip-ro\ '-,-W a han -,nme edit.i l, Th- -.-i!
(T'Tri.- ;" i ." -ic )' -i,- !( I- w "A x' a

w it ch.ho o] ':;rl ]iv !. I!. *: r 5 ) 11- -
v'ie\w and "! -,ap': hvi ,i .1 M I 1' t. I 'f. -

nl ihIo} cIs ,ta ie (.', :'..i;W H' \\ ;- ;r.and
in t'i e <'i1c'ii" Tb''i yr ,,, i.'.u anIdhi

Iwcr,'y v vt;4rs. T 1,,,' c a '1 1 a
greil dea'd oft] \ 'i )"1 ;I: *I 'lit, Inif'.


l)(o i' fo)ra,", t .,TOi se d !'i O c-alat t -. -
ner a Christmas dollar

NeT I ()'ol1e'r ( ,:il'rnli -s o tit' .\tlaln-
tic (')J: i liii' in. 'r'as,'d $ 1;.1 *n.5

lit' \ ;h i' i,'In: waniI.- a chain
gan)1 ii,' don't lik, i,;talighty d tors.

Mr. N. K. Vani,(.rl)ilt and a pai';y of,
Irienis< art' '-jyin- a visit i) Tampa.

,i' i ,. i, ar conlin to Flo'ri'ia tlhis

The 1,1,x. < (.O ventlion of the1 Florida
State, Slunday Schools conventionon will
be ho'l1 in Tampa i on March 21'h andi

Minnapolis & St. l.ouis (ctoler net
('arnllii.s inlcr.'otas.,'] $14.,' anil for
four months incr, aselt, including in-
("come. $3ow ',*".

Officials from Ih-,,e nit,,l Statts
land office at GCainess\ille report that
November was the busiest miontih in
i the hi.;ory of the Florida office.

SThe Courier-Journal says that it
:does look as if a cowboy with a lariat

(;en a:.d Mrs. C P .Lvoll anl chil- could walk along te venzuelan coast
dren of Jacksouville passed through c a e e l (oas
,and capture the naxy in about three(
Oeala Tuesday afternoon on their way days.
to L'e.-surg. here they will spend

Chritina.- wi'h relatives. The chief glory of all Christian
nations sooees to center on war and
Mr and Mrs W B. Johnson and '
the epauleittes of war and as a cor-
daughter and Mrs. Johnson's mother. '
., -, -ralrv thereto murder is becoming ani
Mrs Hart. and guest. Miss Vose. sent ralry thereto rl is coming an
h: n Wen y. d ig artistocratic crime. It seems almost
UK* day in ()eala Wednesday. tb.iv i mas ing di. i a sacrilege 'io.av that we are follow-
rir Christmas shopping.
ers of the "Prince of Peace."

The' T.elephone Co'mpany has just
iati"di r"'w btroks anil t'sides 'the list
for Ocala 1 gives tthe' list of a nu.uber
of h,. nearb. citie.- and towns, with
which ('Ocala nft' ha-s conn-ction.

M r a oal-sy *, .d nI -i son. Orlo.
arriv ,! -,% ('! *,'iy afternoon
ftr'r, \"i '(i' Spr z-'s. \'tbaIama. and

will l,'-i
ei's h dal

Mr. an
litt,' d;*.
the ci;.
and will

We congratulate the enterprising
people of Ocala andl Marion county
upon tlie grand success of the Marion
county fair. Now let the people of
Alachua coi.ily go to work and give
an exihibitionii of th products of the
best county in the' state.--ain' sville

,i theb h W. I ",vi Mrs. Hal-
Sthleo., i .^Th,, ('s. apitn-l Ipullishing Comnlpanvy. of
*te M- J \.Hwhich Cail,, lEnle was principal

,.I Mrs Mlert ttirdsev an'd ownrm'. has goli, inlto htanls of rectiv--I
.c.,r 0ol Forsyth. Ga.. are in Cers. Mr. .1no G. 'Collins. fo()rnler (.,li-
on a visit to Mrs. BirdseV'*s or of Iht True-I)'mocrat. is taking an
linventorx- of thelit'sckl~. and it is state -I
Col and Mrs. J. M. Martin.invlor o th sc and it is sla-!
w l.er-' all dlurin- the .holi- el. uinoffic'iai.ly tha lMr. T. .. Apple-
yard will manage the business for the
___ receiver.

Mr. Sidney Haile and family have '
gone to Kanapa. near Gainesville.! Hill and Harriman have v'en U)
where they will spend the Christmas their efforts to control th Oriental
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Evans trade and the whole goes 'to the Ca-
Halile. at the old Haile homestead., nadian Pacific Railway Company. The
Mr. Sidney Haile and Mr. Evans Haile former found it impossible to comply
Switch tho rnlino nf the interstate corn-

tiaving finished his Christlinas
roumlnl wit ih Ilh' dol(mistic animals. San-
ia gaa %ea lonI shrill whistle, and
away he s!ped to the woods. where
lie follund thes' owls wiit' awak', watlch-
ing for him.i.
Merry ('CIhrIis ma>. my wise
friend'." cri'.,1 Santa. t(ssini pack-
,'e (If me5'at Il) iinto) ';h i tre s.
"'Tn-whit. lIu-whoo. t MTrry ('hrist-
lita., 1(to -o'l." S:tai'z back 1ith owls '"f'oiii
far an'1 n1 'ti'" .
Santa has 14'ent very shti while in
111, (cit v a d111 arind ilte fairnmya'lrds.
uit when he reache(td th' woods h'
I't'1 perfe'ctllv a homee. There many
wild animals x'ere wailing for him.
The woods wore' alt alaar, with
1bri ht eyes. xNa ching tfor" the jolly lit-
tle man and, his reindle'r. There was
a rustling of little feel and suddenly
a troop of rabbits and wood chucks
appeared close up to Santa Claus's
sleigh, standing on their hind legs to
receive heads of cabbage and celery.
The squirrels and chipmunks were
f.ct q,;Ippon the weather being too

out in the open; new Eingslish I'as:
. plants t 'eis cabbagl):a allia-
flower; : car rots beanss: a.-', new 'V
Irish p)otatoe's; spinich: e(.dliards s : ins-
lai gr't'eIIs: turnllips: 'rui;ab.l;Iers; sue-
('talis ovysl' r planll'; cele'ry; par;tsnips:
radishes: lpeoppers; and t othe1ir thiniigs
tilhe nal1'. s of whicl hahvet' ('ScapI)',i is'
4dug fresh, fi'rom theL gat'l.


W. H. POWERS, M. 0.


Office Ycnge






Over Munroe & Chambltss' Bank



Here is Our Plan of Giving Away a Fine


The midnights bells were ringing.
Santa Claus was driving post haste;
through the streets. There were
many people passing to and fro, but
no one saw him. Large feathery;
snowflakes obscured his seligh, and
his eight reindeer were speeding
along as si!'ntly as fell the sHow-
ilakes. Then',' w(rf' 1no dolls or skates!
()r slt,-' or t,)y- ( of any kind in his
le'ighIh ''ca i> h,' had jusi finishe(:!d
fi!inu l lhe hlild"dr'l's stockings.
Nowh' lie iad ol her wor'k lo do. So
Ii gavt a li'l' w vhis.tle f0'r his rein-
, :' and guided 1henil ,lown a nalrri':)w
'rI" ', 1 a s ),. TI eI' hositlers' \',' e
;--ie<,. "Sania Chill-, glide,-,l p:I>ri ']hem :
iiit- l11, sx'. il: antdt ,l'i'l:,"'1 d i le 'h0n ,
t I a'' ,rs ot f tl ,. It 'i,> sd ti at o h ey1,'
',;'i! ,d li ,e d, e v n'o1 ) l s ; t h e ir l i : ', .,
]0.,.'- lli f! Ili c rloo~l! l ll) iO s li'l-
'd)( |ie' \\eiul to) the! liarleSS. rooIms anld|
1 'ni l,1 (. .'c1-11i s a 1d tool, away
)i.'i,' oi ite '. crultl bis. l'. aviii- other
ha' ,, ii: ilisir iplace'ts. It,' p)ut swimar
and ;pl ple '. i1i;o t hit' la e'ts, and Le I
'.aV\ a ,1 I'i ,' (11,litVY of appl],s to
11)'ile doc e l 'se>. a11t tiii same tillme'
salin: ''Po)o created, I'm going
1to) 1pI 1i a So)p Ito ( lis ('crull business of
('cittinlign off yur beautiful tails."
Th''n jluniliiig, in(to his stigh., h(e
d,'o)e ;(e i a1ithi1,' pa1t of tlhi' city,
wherehee" funI'i laln,' and sick horses.i
Talina off his fur miti'nis he Irulh1t,
h,' poor animals stiff and a'chin I1.s ,'
with linimlenit, and till(,l lith, empty
Iliangelrs with hay andl oals.: and in a
jily lie m ndld(''l all Ili. l)(oost' in,!-
ers he (could fi',l-. In an oild uniloh-
idown shed lh'e sipi'-i a l .il'ci i'l
shi\erinm will 1h,'e ( dlit Quich'k a- ';
fta,-h S anta Clav' *:iu : i i; 1, 1i;i e io
th li, half-froz''lx ;ialiltr ll. ,a 've; ii a l'i- i-
lief' off hay. andll nail,'',to!s o', 0'''!
ilit holes in ll the' sheIs.
As this Z(t ,l lif't11"es lfrie't' I "d (),i<'
11i!e,:,i 1(- 10 PLII'f lie, 1lire\\- a il u
i~st'I t TO) 'Ites ni'\ I i l 'Sw ) ll i

SIT' s1')' a tti 'e ilI w fxi i, l ih,
r-nav a- I
I ever'''y l c lif, I v\t' I se'] anidi
w'atel 1 to) thi' i 'l', (' c larie'i's 111,t
irt sh 'at '1 'o ti'e izoll-li-h's.
The sIpari''ows roos-) it 1 under I ti '
e,,aves of ;hs' w tliusilinzs. and thlit' pit-
eOils and loves illn tli chllurch tower's
look Tlheir hes'I, fr'omi Id'e"i thli'ir
wings and s~aw this !m,,rry (tl elf fly-
inaz through i h, air as he threw a
shoxw'er of grain to ,lie birds, anti ill
the twvinklinl of an eye was out of
Then on he fled' Io It)i e countl'n-ry armil-
yard s where he surp)risedi! ;he sleep-
ing horses wviIth ap)ples and suali', ani1
the cattle ai', dshi'ep wiih (.,pp)1ed4,1
pIll.:pkins and a supl)lly of rock salt.
To the psigs lie ga'e long ears of yel-
low corn and he flung a shower of
grain to Iho' hens. ducks, turkeys.
geese an,1 guinea-fowls.


This has been a good year for those
owning bearing pecan trees, as the
crop is abundant and of good quality.
Full reports are impossible at this
date, since many people have only
gathered the "drops," waiting very i
properly until the leaves should fall
before thrashing the trees. I tiv in-
jure their tree.4 1by thrash; i and
l)bruisilg the late shoots thai would
make good fruit spur s the following
A el(li. 'h' lar,, yields r.pcporl,'d is
Sie1' (r(,) f'omn Vwo vI'es itl ht' yar'ld o)1'
Mr. .tJo:i R. \\V'st. One tr', pr,)lu(''!
,'iI poliinlls ),t nf!''- which soil for !we.
Pt,' povnd,l !>ringing .$.51>. A.\t',tut, )r,+(.*
yi (, ld il iir et i'i lIisl, .ls. wi)h many

i:,;,;s .1 iii ('lijitjjim in thi- hiah+,
ra hs. This .r ,e ha.--, a' l t h[ at..4 .

a I; -pouillidl crop.
Th, fine tr(, kniuw\ ast t ; i '|;IFl ,
lt)oks good ;or _m,1. ], il s. I i s on
lhi prlmis s of Hloll. T1. L. ('lari.. ail
is the original (ofI t i I 2ji't'i ,,ij
so ld 1 k-y 11 1 -. 1it's lli+i 1 i !il .',' )I"
" larke" or "I o1uisi;ti111 ." t! ,- t.,*I,,
bratedI Iimljn say r c ia- i'.'; a aii-
ed,1 its r( 'o crop ( I'w) i' \lh'.'( ,' y.;!!s. a-' -

.A,, iton11 tlic' \f s' ) -l iu il\t! ,ii;L )n ,
which 'an- (st.'!cially ti) If'i, ,'.
a "M(oor( No. 1." aiil aN "M4)o) <(' ."
in the Iest ..-r v\'(. of \V. \V ('4irrm il,
na't1'r of Ow li ,I'ff( 'rson countyny I '-
an an L.iv\-( Stock ('ollip)ally. T'it-
first ;treot was planii l in l1 ii l.oI';f', ill
1!It1, and prodlnluee l ;(' 1 1o;14os of nits
wlhicli -sold at '20 ('cInls o10 25 ('p'li rt'lr
I',,, I Thll Moor,' No. lit ( i1
I 1, siti ll(t atiliie, y l i',4 +l lt is S,'i .'-s> t 7"4
Sh iiils (S 1111Si jj .. i s<'\ I t I i lli.--
s i ll c(lioi i lI., iln ih iti.,) r '1r!0< + .,-..
T a s il soIaol fw- Lt'| It a i '' ) 1 4.1
"'T110 11,11."6 1+ 'k " 1 ~ > ; '(t~:

4 't0 I' ( 1. "1' i t'u'I If i< !1 b i' :1 '.a 1
son)l, nilaiil .U 'r', i.s- .s-howV inl ;1 ,'*\\ lnuit:
t1 is ,t( a-i awe i w l l Thi(1,i' ;t' i1,,-;1r
qh i( profit albly ill tv o l "-t 'i>':l s.
Thle North Fr,'ria U i ;l (',' padi lIny
li a fipng saI n of yes anrdoi trf',. s (i
lt-,ir \\irilain(i plicd t'. mi lia\ o a t ill I
I :osp.!,'('. T liI, tr,,s o)f tli,. l;i.;'ki V ;al-
\< T ^r V(e. S0o11., ea 10 !>;riL / .
arr' ]()o)kinI- \ Thi .. rovI Isl.'-, w ,-i
illnorporatea wil lmhe llw d C b!aitiy.
iho Jeffeinrsor Coue lty 'fcarn :411.Ii\ ('

The nurki-rit,. a:o all nlu.s t li din,
anr shiI)ling trees arie p-ople are ofe-
hoeisag non.e alld i or1 ass1lrlo tbefto
the pecan is a very insyorat asset in
collnting Soulrces of .Jefferson county's
prosiperit y.--Monticello Newvs.I

The citizens of ILaktelandl. Floridla,
are, eating strawiberries--the first of
;he season. It will not b~e long^ be'fotre
.\lalach-icolians can say. "me too'."--
Apalachicola Times. You pleol, e
should have attelnd(lt'd the Marion
county fair. You would have' st'eeI
the very finest of tomatoes, growl '

rnmm ,zywwwam~



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Uneqealed in Central f-lonrida as an Advertising Medium.

Coupons issued on all cash paid in on sub.;criptiuns to Daily
or Weekly, advertising and job printing accounts.




('Couptl)(n issud on all cash l Ian sac-
tions except for Phono(grapls, Phonto-
graph Re('ords and Roe)air Work. No)
coupons for accounts niadle after No-
vemb ler 23.


C.~. G R'O C E'*Y



W ill ti0,e ,',),; ,n.- ,-)i o to vote in
I' tino (',i'' 'r ,">.: v i..ti paid Ovgw
rh, ,' ;' r I,\' ,: ,n ,.'h ent Otf
M..' *.,ii- :. t,. M',,re NF.r.L iher k

<,,'\!-.\ 1;<)t >1 ;H tK l.O K .



I','s .('I.- "'*' ,:rihl I hhe Piano
C',, ,.r i':l x i,,, ;,., f-,,r alh cash pu
('ih:i-t.- :i'l for all a(co.itlrl s ma l"e .
it') N ) .'!: !"r 2'

O('.\LA flOl'SI-; tI.OCK.



Coupons will !h., Li',,n for all
purchases after this ,a' lso; alo l
se(ttlenments on accountlii made b.te
Noemnuer' 2..






riano Conlttest C()ti))ons issued f
all cash transactions of One Do
and upward, including settlementS ca
accotii11 madt be'fort. November 211.


'o-Op.rati v tia o (m )I Itest. -
p)on.si w\ill 1,' gi ,n on all cash pur-
hase.(s of over 5,) (>,.its; atlo we,.k
,'('eouint S) l re'ce'iv'e coupons.




Coupons will be issued on all cash
purchases made at this store, as well
as for cash paid on accounts made be-
fore November 23).




Piano contest coul)ons isstueld on
('ash purchases of 50 cents and
wvard; also on all accounts nimadl
fore Novembl)er 3, 1908.



Don't fail to ask for coupons at the time you make your

purchase, as there is to be no baokkeeping in this contet

whatever. If you leave
it is your loss.
Nominate your favorite
be found in today's Ocala
send it to TfE OCALA

without getting. your coupons

today by filling in the coupon to
Banner and eith-r bring it or
IANNIR.t Piano Contest Dept

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$450.00 Piano.

With every cash tpurch'ise made v't the
business houses coup()ons will be issued on
cent each for every dollar's worth of goods



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fillowing Ocala
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errniul. Mr. William. Pellet


ally of Tlli

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in woodwork. Aniong ozht-:'14,

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Premiums. Ax.'ardcd on Farmn

Sand Horticultural Frcducts.


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',ral state of '~ip.',antidS~t*'
rney at Nash vi'V, is an ardent
id of Peruiia. 11., (ti ', n ftl t-itate
yve public endor --_!1eknt tW this ve.ry
flent remecdy.
a tonic I'vrun a ha-~ no -uperior.
it is as a (''t" ;ri) J1''(1V it hxas
eved its woild(-vw-We notoriety and

iv eatarrh remedy N"tth' 'cc. ,no per-
ently effect iiil iii t he oure of Ca-
Imust Contai nHt 'i,,ic andti invi,.orat-
qualities mwith it- anti-oatatrriial
ties. 4Catarrh is U wvays an express.
of nerve wvea-kness, either locally
gneral. It i;, ti'r''f' ro, ?IimtrtantI
a catarrh rem. t-1.,v-!iuld po~.-zosl
.ble i v~~a~i. ~1 'irt o(lrd-
ioroug-hlvy n-j ti''-.Z-tomof eat.arrii.
PC-ru-nit to- Colds.
)n. R. IS,. Bvm n;uw ~v n ill
le, Aliaska. wa- ,:i~- i~.'rly a lnwmh r
lie F11rii .4ii-iI of Parliament
Secretary to I !i lbto Irish tpaltriot,
ljes Stewart Pa r!-il1] Il-: WXash-
on address is, Nf-Nv Willard Hotel.
hinazton, 1i). C. 1, I tk.z
have usecd Prraiawl can recoin-
d your remne(1y :t.:a very effeetiv
for colds ar!'i catarrhal corn-

your 0 t';r<. t f,)r _i Frece Peru-
r~ni-nac fcr- 1909.

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1 i J---'-m-- mm-Mden Academy, Fessenden. Diploma.
L =4ftpta 9 UPt barela, manufactured in Marion county-Ocala Coop-
SCamosay. Ocala. Diploma.
00 fiy f(mila Collected In Marion county-B. C. Webb, Kendrick, Di-

@*t Seef Cattle--Shorthorns
M bl. 3 y"&rs old or over-Palmetto Farms. Ocala. Premium.

Gbd tt bull. 7 )ars oldl or over-Howell & Chainmbliss. Martin. Rib-

ID bell. o',-' 1 and uild-I r ; y,-a,'s-Howell & Chaniblis. Martin. Prt-

IMS bell lall ui;.: r 1 u I.r--'al,.n'i)to Farm.-,, Ocala. Prtemiumni.
l - ii t w ii H ;:i ui : 1 I. ar--Palnwetto Farn Ocala. Pi're.-iuii.
S. . ,,at- ,, ,1 .: -I'aliii,,To Farils, Oc.ala. Prmiunm.
Iw, ,I ,, -i(40% ., ".Aat!-. ',l.t imt ,. I r h -il, * I i:ii U.,i.lr ,;;-Pal itot() Farm. Ocaia. P;, I!Hiu:..
so-.i 1,. ,, i: :r .; |'*i. ",t o Farm. O(.) la. P! iu .
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'0: -t.- I i t ,Ti .1:. 4 !* i..ii. l'Ai:..' ito Iarlii. O cala.' II .!kiini .
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Cattle-Dairy Breeds--Jerseys
TAI 4 ~et -Maiiii' ii Ia IflIS. 0Ocala. PI'iivilii1.
hil m'i 'lt- a417i( .'*-lji If. \\hilvvoil ii. (calA. l~ibbimn.
41%4 dulsI.. lair-'. (G. Saj T1 json, iIodInimlatH, rt'iniiiii.

','' 't,. I' f T .iii ,,\ ,r 1 nill, niF t,.r .years- J. B. Simonimo Si ntiunion. Rib-
[K IaD
h.i,"' t,1t4ll N.li.. c ''I,, < o, 01 o\r--t. "i \Vhili V\or;Ih. Ocala, lPr'mllium.
bI.'o'd t,,'.-o t('. ,'i.-iild or o\'.r- G. Sampnson, Board Timan. Ribbon.
kt (m, (: tI-:,*- \,'-r 1 and'l tiun' r ,--. G. Sampson, lBoar.lman. Pre-
II 111134
-t-.,otild 1s-i e, or h-,ilar. o\er 1 Ulnd 3-F'. G Salipsonn. Boarui"all.

BD w!i h'-it'r Umi4I' i 1 | ouli-F. . .Sanip'.-o:.. h oarfinjan. Prl' ium.
l-clIt ),! -t I h,-.',r undt-tI 1 y,'ar oidl-H. H. \\Wliiworth. Ocala. Prerm'ium.

Bept hTri h4. ll unl I fimal<-. any age--H t. I \Vhitwtorih. Ocala. P1ct'niill n.
oiii.l h..'-" l, : i. lul andl 4 lnimal's-PF. (;. S;;mnlson. Boariniman. Ribbon.
Be.t papi. iudl 'til ,itri'r. undrT 2-F. G. S-anllson. l Boarinian, IPr'mitn.l.
Spo(u I.'.- r. tWill ani heitt-rm. under _'-.Marion Farmn-. Ocala. Rii1l)on.
*.. Bi 2;. o,' oi. siie-Marion Farn.s. Ocala. Prt-ILiium.
\ t,,i ,ii ,- c.o- .,. &.' o0 on'' sire-H. H. \ hiitwoi :h. Oc(aia. Ril)l!on..
N 1I* -. omr-kIiH. 1 c., I. H Whitvworih. Ocala. Pr,.niim.

\-uri,( l bett p'-. prouluer i! 1 cow- F. (;. Sampi -on. B oar,1 i.ai.l ljl.,dlit .
% &4. t 1.1 l lIr',.-t <.ollc(.ion JHlse \\s- l Ii VWhit W ,onh. Ocala lPI '' ull.il.
S .- I'' iiNl t,.si a11,t laict.,w 1 ('oll-c",io:. Jersteys- Mitiiio t f!a i.',. Ocala. Hi'oliol.

BWtW 6u0i. .' 'ea. o, o\eir-Alrtel Ayer. Ocala. 'Preoium.
B,-I l,;lTl (.iiI. lieTl 1 y,.at -Alfred Ayer. 0-ala. lPrt-miti;m.
hl-st Io. :: y ar. old or over. firs' andstecond-Altrt-,i A yer. (Ocala, P'remiun
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Best cow or beifer,. oer 1 or under :. tir-st anid secomi-Alt r di Ayr. Ocala.
Premium and Rilibo..
het heifer, under 1 year. first and secrs-Alfre.1 Ayer. Ocala. Premiunm.
BEt hb*rd. 1 bull and 4 females. any age-Alfred Ayer. Ocala. Premium.
Bwt pair. bull and heater, under 2 years-Alfrey Ayer. Ocala. Premium.
Best A. get of one sire-Alfred Ayer. Ocala. Pleniunm.
BWet 2. produce one cow-Alfred Ayer. Ocala. Premium.
Betq and largest collection Holsteins-Alfredl Ayer. Ocala. Premium.
Best boar. over 1 year old-Edwards Bros.. Ocala. Premium.
DBet boar. under 1 year old-Palmetto Farm. Ocala. Premium.
Belt sow over 1 year old-Edwards Bros., Oc-ala, Premium.
Bett sow under 1 year old-Palmetto Farm. Ocala. Premium.
Bet pena. boar and : sows. any age-Edwards Bros.. Ocala. P'riemiulm.
Best pen pig. 6 month.-; or younger-w. M. Gi.i. -.c!:n.sh. Iremium.
BeWt ow and suckling brood-Palmetto Farm. Ocala. Premium.
Second best sow and suckling brood,-Edwarls Bros.. Ocala. Ribblon.
Hogs-Duroc Jerseys
Best boar over 1 year old-J. D. McDuffy. Oc:-la. Premiunm.
Bew boar under 1 year old-H. H. Whitworth. Ocalai. Premniun.
Second best boai under 1 yar old-H. H. W\l;iT\vo>ii. Oca!,. libh,b.)n.
lBesit sow o,'r 1 year ol-i--i. H. \\ iit!worth. Ocala. PI'rniiui.

Secoiid b '!i s( W er 1 a; old-1. H. \\'hiivo',',h. Ocala, Ribbl,'n.
BE .-t s,('i-a .i:,,l< I 'di olil- F. L. GramlihaLI. S;.1 -i, SI )ri ,,. lri.iinm.
Blti |-'n. ',oar a i ;2 s' ' , -ny abjL- ii. \\'Vii'w orIh. Oiala. I','i,:iH4ii.
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Ri i~lion.

Hogs-Native or Arny Breed
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Best s-ow udeD. ;-I-I 'MDuff. -d jIT>*
lies, ijen. lboar and .sow-;, anly age-A.ntl r L(sn G 1- I -~
11151 pt l. CO pigs or Dion ia-J. IM. Dougla,s. Sh.141y. Riilon,
B~emt.;Iso w and -I'k'i--trooid-T. L. S :et- on.ltkxai1.
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Second best pullet-W. M. Shockley, Lowell, Premium.
Third best cock-Mrs. S. R. Pyles, Ocala, Ribbon.
Third best hen-Perry Edwards, Ocala, Ribbon.

White Plymouth Rocks
First cockrell-Gary & Sistrunk. Ocala, Premium.
First pullet-H. P. Bitting, Ocala, Premium.
Second pullet-Gary & Sistrunk, Ocala, Premium.


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Best 25 Ears of Corn Judged By Score Card Method 1
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Wi;ton Seamless Art Squares-All in
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.
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Jute Art Squares-9x12, only $11
Cotton and Wool Art Square--s
Ten Wire Tapestry Brumlg
Squares-$18 to $25.
All Wool Granite Brussel
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Best fancy handbag, Miss Mamie Thomas, McIntosh-Premium.
Best and most artistic wire grass article. M"s. J. D. Verguiofl.
Best anti most artistic p~almnetto article. Mrs. R. W. Wingate, (Conf
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it-st exhibit wvire grass work. 'Miss Ly! '* :Campbell. I ,vala-Preml
Best t-xhibit palmetto wovlrk, 'Mrs. R. W. WVirgatv C,%inTit or PrermIu
Honiffrahlte mention imported embroidery Mks S a. liv C amp j. 4 Wall.
H Iflqrahlo mnitttion be~st -crtepn. Mrs. S. H. Pyltes. 4 w a a.
11-tst earanw] cake,. Enr-on Home Si'''. ial.,-PIrt-mitim.
1,Bf.-st ba f hal flt*i bO1 lradi'I* iiiers''ii il~rine Schw 4' oJa PremTi~lII.
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)LUME 44, NUMBER 26.



Mr. antl .Mrs. law re-nce Dlta,!U, 01
Corn-ell ,-pent Friday in Ocala at the



Mn. Pierce and children of Fort --- Mrs- Looney Gains 40,000 Votes and
Wby are the guests of Mrs. E. P. Mr. Alfred Proctor was a fair visiT- A Jo-t a.I miany viidIII(, the fair Continues to Lead
at. or, anid ',Id not fail to give his Chris, T rounlis Sat urday' ;s n itany of Th-' TT count yesterday afternoon in
nmas -conTrihution to the Ocala Bann -r. I'reviiiv "ays. "h ( C'o-Operative "Piano Con "
Mr. F. B. Beckham is at home from Th,. i.ianaers wv-re ',usv all day i1n tho following result:
4Mnudina to spend Christmas with Mis, Miriam Pasiteur. who is teach- *l.liverin tli,- vario'js exhibits to the Mrs. Looney..................232686
Is family. ing in the Palatka public school this Ir(l,-, ,wr nv.rs. aindi noi a single item Miss Le'gie Blitch ............ 1 .';_
Year. is spending the holiday with W 1- P :,o.: or n*isplal(',l---not ev-,n to Mrs. Engesser............. 125.5-17
CD W. L. Ditto will sl,'nd thf- her sister Mrs. C. E. ('ullen. a urnip. a pl,,* t potate). nor an ear of Miss R.xie Todd............. 4t:,95


The( active workers of the King's-,

)auihter-rs, which is an or-aniza-ion
of which too much cannot be said in
its priste, met a't the home of Mris.


j- with his wife and sons in .. I. ._Irn. Mrs. Culbreaith .... ... ....... :!14., o
6 With his wife- and sons IIIcrn
Vitonlle. Miss Loui.-e N.ixon has reurned To .-NAt Ihe v,,ry la-t & montew a ladv ap)- Little Miss Freyernmuth........ .;(.Ii g
'*her home at (Gainesville. after sp, ni-, prI)a(h, i d one of h managers and Miss Yonge........ ...... ... 94115 1.
SMr. C. C. Priest of Anthony was ing several we-eks with her Ocala rel- said that she hal ',aI her parasol on Miss Woodrow............ ....h
| -mON the many Chrisimt.as huycrs in atives and with friends at McIntos:,. one of th, table, a on thoe o(qtning day Miss Genevieve Smith........ 25s s
Iaa& Tuesday. -- ai had for ot t n it. Miss Weston................. 1405 c
1. --- i Mr. andl Mrs. Cobb of Holder, who i .rry Ei\vais. who v.a. on of 1h.- Mrs. Oste'en ................ 12211 a
I Mr. Gary Turnley is clf rking at Iel- spent the, fair week in Ocala with wa.t,,rs said : "Y' moalan. I have, Miss Louise Trinmbl. ........... 'i
1 &?l Pasteur's during the their son an da tr Mrand Mrds. t. lxt,,,pl r ,.... .l'i on it. *nt Mrs. f. (w. (roff. )Dallas. ....... s44 t
ltrstmas rush. Artlhur Cohlk. return, to 'heir honi)( t x', .r,' she iad lt it. aid it was Mrs. A. I. Monro,. lPine...... .5,2
4 Saturday af'er-noon. Mill I, '. MIs Fannie Mal S,.e. Oca'a. :
[ cPt. John L. Inglh,- wa;- in Ocala I). \ Mill.' who va- e Mis Donella Griffin. Aniiony.. 2, a
r Tl ld y on his wav to Jacksonville \ Mrs St(-v ns andIl h r' ,li-auhhtrs ar- h. .. ..,... .,,1 ) N i R. -. Flint-0 l... ,.
l--i __ __ ,~~~~!h ,f. '_\1l tI1 t l t ll ) 1 l,! .it's LR W x. F Ilin ,)( 'allat. . !i ,
I' O Port Inglis. riv-.4 in Ocala Saturday aft'1rtioon '- n wr t a a, Miss Alma Lee Jonli.u. Pie.. ], I
f fr.)ni their home in Kentucky. anl are. ,,,. "-.i M.i F. ; ........ l
Mr. Walter Briggs. who is o ih()k% uet- f T. former's broth-r. Mr. '1 i''" n e .......
,,._ . ..... lliThor- w a s ) () ,Irnow, (in., In ], th is s M aig. liv [P ,'a(', . ....... .... ] )) ,
S.drk ing at Hernando. is at home for {(ot rt I L..ind..rson, andl famillv. rt' l aill h littet,,(',,r)5ss M'rs. .. Davis. S lr i.rfi.'l... t) f
c ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ al I^ hoidy K~~ti.A~.roa~ ai.. *^oni n lit u1niosi d.i.'cronsn' -s i rs-. 1. \W. Davis. Swimwi.rfi.'ed.. "
h...d.a 4 ,i .M-,,,..rs. Sam B arco. M ('Pllail v. ' 1 1 ( I I" .....
S Mr. and Mrs. Erastus Hopkins -tt anld (latrence Mtffert. w ho ar ,t' '- t'' 01). ii i".i. Aie *inb 'i..ll
k M r ayv afternoon for Lak H el hn .,n.. .at I in r M ilitar.I r. \ V t Fi-h.-r w' ho ,:,,li a I utinch M iss- Edna Dozier. Or, la. . .. I
p d a week. - t'.. (')le t . a= 'tilt, t,,. t a h,.villte. N. (.. a '.' .']ieiimliz13(.. .re" t ""a, ... ..-
r 'h ... ... a m. I't ii (-(ito low fa; irs f )Ir ',1.- last seven i Be sure to ask for c'upolls wh. 'n A
th- (!) a t> a hom\ "-
S Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. ILong have y, '.r. ,n,,n, ( 'lat or Texas. lie hadlt making your purclhases of the firnims
Gk to Crescent City to spend Chrisit The new officers .,le'tel, for thl' ,MI.- s5t'c 'iihif t'is :and little fairs, but he, whose names appear in the Piano
with relatives. sons ar.. as follows: .1. A. Bouvier., n \" r saw a fair before move along so I Contest advertisement in another col-
\V. M.: T. B. Snvdt. S. 1 V.; 1...I s. owhiIy anmd vwirh such perfect good i uin of today's pap r. d
Te colored people ar, very proudI Ki.ht. .1. NV.; \V. V Wheeler. seCr,- ordler a'',l o<,l Ihutnuor prevailing. p .t l iV
Sbeir exhibits at the Marion Count. tar E. Cace. treasurer. Thenr, \vas a conuningling" of he ATTRACTIVE WINDOW DECORA- r;
9%br, and had a right to 1e. i races, lut tIhere was never a rude TIONS n
STh beautiful fem'ns and flowers ex lt tr. I -
Mr. Daniel Cappleman, who attends Schneier Fo r o'l morals and good annrs Nearly l of the stos i Ocala
PP ~~~~~~~hihit+',t at the fair by Mr. Schnoido+r i (O, ii'l. n (ooilmanners' Ne ~ly all of the .tor(s rOah
Uaversit of Florida at Gaines- I n r Heintz ere very reatlv al-. I Fi.her said that the Mari(mon Coun- have their windows arranged most at- f,
ei at home for the holidays mired. as well as the artistic wayv in i'.'I.L'ir w "' ainly ent itlId to wear tractiv'elv with (Christnas goods. an.l h
r W . .rri>.. .. o\ I vh ic Ih tlie v- w e re a ran-.e e, in lit ;vi lh 1 it' m'1 1 ) ril )h o n T h e' tn to o h e sa id so m e o f t hoh e I a r e a ttra ct i'in g a g o o d 0
K r. w alte r L ,. H arris of Invenr ls s'. ,, . .I ,
Si wil i luildi ,s at ,. '''" ,V 's:'.: r -'('t'1 'od suri)rls I'd a! deal of attention. s
95on a visit to Ocala. He. will go llp( -he of tll (exhibits and left One of the li'rtiiest winil(ows that o
*P Jacksonville for Christmas da. la .1 l',l iIsemt ir d v n i
*^ "*~ ; Mr. .l A. R, lds o 'L\ .<:4 h ]'," ls < ', vl ]Iase we have noted is in the grocery do- \
Mrs. Thoml as K. *I"gt'r *, I 'bank fhanks for a otlc t' ot newly 'v iia.' I 'n r f;ir marks an epo 'h in our his- apartment of the Ii. B. Masters sto't. p
SRub" Moore from Ivon w' ,,re Florida sxrup. whichh bears al hiie, I ,;:, 11m 0:1 tlis lime o:Inw ard we The window (contains aI t 't %)'ry pret y i
lift s Rub\ Mc r m from i.4.\on. x 4r : "" ' : !"' " '
e Ocala Tu,'- av (oin a -hlmping ,,x' nia ri- of Sumperior eX(,,l,'neh. .Cr anit ilpa, a rivalry in far in which Christmas holly Itr .e. and hangi ng all '
lt.'n t Rvnld,-l. hoit( is a slsltendid farm.r. \\, hLope' will lead to a glorious future, over it are red ribbons in a shower t
i wn- ii! ? it, -y Saturday t-ramns:;.-i effect, and bottles andI jars of beau- n
rPmlf. Karl Weilih', of .lack.Msmn\ille' is l.i,< A BIRTHDAY PARTY TUESDAY tit'ul preserves, jellies, nineo nmeats, a:
I the city to spend th,' festiye season AFTERNOON pickles, ('et. The base otil the window r(
M, Rte1 {\n1o!,t- and a.onl ,- 1vi
his parents. Mr. and Mrs -. ;1 ini' R'nold s and M., i formed of lasers of various kinds fo
-+ i., n *T. -v.i.t Qr m-,, f vii. lt) n 1 I11 I In< 'Old n w e(st I he sun
Sparnte -a. F and Fl.ossie Stana landIl of I.yimiK .' ... of nuts andl crvstaliz'ei fruits andI ma-
S. W t ..,..aniong the Satu rd1 ..-visilor in hunlhg an hour an a hal t a lr three '.
.. -n a "l f in aTftert, r. le s n ugar, It is certainly' a t m('np ting IT
,, ,* .. r ) r/ > T l .,, \ ..r ,. )1 a~. n t ca h at, t io n *i I l n T "[1 ar n o o n D o w n t{o w n le re .or
the Ocala Banner 'ngs l- t '(-i:. T:iT' "wer' pleasant calleris al .. "r isiav. and to Mr. Will uunn l)elongs
1 s ",i' < \-v . . r ig h t lu n d1e r t h e c o u r t I h o u s e d o m e a u d i. la a nl(.1i l,
i O f having printed I he first dai *" i .n" 'r" much inter- i d t c h a, t credit of arranging this decora- s!
paper in Marion coun-ut -i!! no1 1 .operation of out Mergen- toobiles and vehicles of an hundred on.
rt weekly paper. "-hal. -....,aksetting machine, ake, anl pedestrians streamed, all rocries also P
Srg If'et paper. """ ., .The Teap~ot all(l O.IK. ,ro(',,riesalso I)
*' -"._ going somewhere-and at the happen- h a Cism "d ,
i" ..^ T, ,., i^ have attractive( Chlris tnas windlOWs, ""
Mr. C N. Kirkland ot Ocala was In the case of Frank Jefferson, ac- ing time, out at the home of her pa- ...
S" ....01 c .i , ., as have also all of our dry goods and t
g uest of Mr. Arthur Chittv a; the used ot nmurdr and who was put on rents. Miss Annie Moorheal (-Yntertain- h ave .al .alf .o u ry oAl a.
^r -- - ... -1 1 ... ,1 ,* ," .... ..ov merchants. M1ss M1arv Affleck S
I Alban fo ]luch Saturda'- tIrial Tutleday. after the conclusion e. .Jlust 'hirty-five snV ilini misses i .
S bans for lunch Saturday.- ... Window is hng with a Christmas t
UITmnion. of the evidence State Attorney E. \V. and beaux were invited (Iout to her AV hn ,,ln a1rit .
-- ."". w'eath. and all of -11 stor('s, in fact. tr
Davis said that the stale had no case home on iSouth Tuscawilla. So:lie of I. ..
,, .. av," heauitiful hl ~ idlay dlil)]a -s.
Mr. W-Il (Golwin. a prominent na- against himn and requested the judge their Tinames sounded like Johnniie. anid "
V? stores op4rato at Fairfield. was to instruct the jury to bring in a ver-;Kate. and Mary, anti Sam. and( Sybil- MORE PRESENTS
to intutth uyt bigi er I M'O" ,,.RE PRESENTS
t ub- well known visitors in dict of "not guilty." .a-anvway, the, w'('re there to ('njo --
on Tuesday. a big jubilee That marked time w'he'ini
^S'~~~ ~~ Ouin gao ,. fini .. 4ii. ^ 0 ':c':;.(: are (lt'erhnintec 111
Ke --- MC-sro. a'i &- Co.. are suppily- the hostess it- ecam e., I 'tw l e v d.ea 's o ht the dtoro f i s ... .il ha 1N
r Josenph Williamn- o(f ( Cryial Ri- .i f rie. .i.. eryvhanso 1t' ,agoalea dor ()f t Iis tpir i shall hav -
[mj i r j u- i ,- n-ii 0 1 ". "ia I" i, l t^ih ir fr 'ie ln d s. w it )] \ ry na n d so ite( a g e '.,,
. ... . .. ---, .a t'+.ast ,luring thf,, ( lri.,-tlm as hoii(la vs.
a brother of Mrs. C. E. Ierrick. ,1, r among te Aunt aI roh in their 4 n ;'' ,- rle, ii'
.. ..~~. 44to: q Ca,, ll11,trS "T'll i, re anion- the :\i')lltm d an,1 tlwit,,,d ill tntir nv r1,'1i- " t
B l i Iat home forthe holidla\s s ,ent -, "v ,t. p .w. ... ;. ..'ehe' rTha ,\lI smiling misses d i.mtilv 1* .*- a l ed ui
Isa wt h frie d i.-. n Oala. , .. -, ,- ,^ ,,., ,, .. ... .. -I ... 1. 1l. 1.
ay^^n wi ,hifi.' ls i in. Ocl. lur i (al'' (! 'Mo', 's' and shows ,ril .O. ll i',. beei stool ''1teio''o~ l ,,tte .in(11 iii
1 . , s '.v ,', I ( ,:*,. ,,* *-. ,:,'>: i ,I)()Ii ; I*, he ,,-.ea ,l i i 1 ,I, ,;'- ..1 < ;!! ?h. th-\ ,) 1 } +T l '!n <'}io sr-. a ); .'tn er. I', -

'harles Rheinauer Wedineslay ttorn-
ng to) niake their fiial lretparrations
)r' making glad anId happy the p)()-)r of
mr (city. The contributions to this
,oo( catIs, t'his year were exceeding-
v t ene'roius, and th irt"y baskets andl
anilmper s were pac'ketI wilh goodt. sub-
tantial Chr'istmnas articles. Besides
hiickn, frlit, e'tc.. there were dolls
ind other rtoys for the little ones, andl
amidies. tl ls. (lt ,hes andi other
hint s.
As ""Sa;a Cl sI" il.-e -ood women
t olir city p:t' v.'ry slme't 'l. fll and as
in('silt of h--ir labor _' f love allnd the
il't- froi tlhe fri.nls of the Kin,'s
)aii:hreirs lthe poor ainid nielv of
)cala will i not ie overlookedd this year
id ('Ciristimas will la a we('lc(oe timnit,
r them.
All hon ir to ties. noble King's
)aughlters" an1I th-ir efforts towards
llet'ia-iing ilint sufferings of thi poor.


Miss liula 'May Moore, the eldest
aiighter of Rev. and Mrs. L. AV.
loorv., and Mr. Franklin Lo)uis Du-
and of Ocala will be married Christ-
nas evening at S o'clock at the home
if the bridle. 405 East Ross avenue.
'he wed,,ing is to be a quiet home af-
iir, with only the family present. The
aappy ('oup)le will leave that night for
)(cala. where they will reside for a
hliort while. Miss Moore has numer-
ius friends in this city who will great-
v miss her. She is a ('harming an(l
apiular young lady. Mr. Duirand is
prominet (onting professional man,
,r-y Iiighl\-(stetmed in Ocala. and
he'y 'vill ie launched forth upon the
latrinionial sa with the good wishes

n i ..,. n oays wit his wifo an! litt e daugh
nd Ialt'ssirgs of many friends andl nsi
relatives. Rev. L. \V. Moore' will per-
)rfni 'time e('remony. -Tampa Times. --
Miss NlMoore lived for several years
in Ocala. anI has many friends here. I'IA I A I S I
vho will he delighted to know that II I'A\ I II AI 1
ie is again to make this her home. /,I O A
The young bridegroom is well and
npularlyv known he're as Frank Dui-
anil, and is tlie younger of the two
ons of Mrs. .I. L. Diirand.
The Banner extends its congratula- 1000 bushels Imorov.
ionis and ('Christmas greetings to both
'Se' youillig people.


Tht' Marion-D.unn lodge, No. 1I!. will
install the newly elected offic''rs on
Monday nitilit at their hall. rOats for Sale
After tfli installation ce.remonie.s
i)( Masons will adjourn to the Ocala
ot sI wh.' re, their P viv.es will meet
lem aidl :mlm e'loquent lainquet't will lieo
i,,i, For Prices Apply to


Tlo the Ocala lBamnnr:
The committt, of tht,, Ne.ro De-

, apartment of thhe Marion (Coun'ty 1 air
takes this method kvf thanking those
' of our people, throu-ghout this county
for i(he very liberal manner in which
they contributed! their tinie. money
and esplcallvy( exhibits, which n'atle
our departnint a nmarv.l of b)oauty
an,! excellence. the like of which has
never been shown in this county bI)-
We take great pleasure in thanking
the managcuient of the- fair for the
liberality andI cordiality exten.,idl us,
assuring thenl that we shall always
remember them. ani when, they call
upon us thar we shall rally to their
support. an..l make th it.\t 'Marion
('County Pair the great t'st in ith,' his-
tory of the state.
\We 'also thank the ladlies vwho so
faithfully assisted l us. Mrs. I. K Pow-
ers. as president of the tointn.ii ;ee. Ite-
sterves especial ilention tor her untir-
ing work. Miss Pearl .Anldrson also
deserves especial mention fo)r the
very correct manner in which she kept
the records of the exhibits. Not a pin
was lost. She went at it as if she
had been ani old ('Ol)mnissimir in the
We thank the ladies an.d geutlemen
who constituted the judges for the
very impartial manner in which they
rendered judgment on our exhibits,
and for the large number of diplomas
and premiums given us.
Last but by no means least do we
thank the schools for their hearty
support, for without them our glory
would have been much smaller.
J. D. McDI'FFY,. President.
F. P. GADSON, Treasurer.
GEO. GILES. Secretary

Mr. WV. H. Moore. who teaches at
Fairfield. is at home to spend the hol-

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*r\ e a a ; e a > ul s'r' hai:\.. ii'<-. ; ;!;c *e iI \h '> r I
,tst at ., ,, i . i .t i -i nn' o 'a ;, '. l'.'e.'tic [i I k ,ll i 'Ii
S * o v lv',l l, ',,)l .)ti I I! Sil!!' .,! TII"'. ll *" '*'. \ l ."** (* '! l)'1 .,,n .,, ,,, ,, , ,.,,. ..i l M "I '" l>' i,", -, .I ,).,", v ,. a. .,v. I C L U .i ,t-L -
5' N r \. (v.n'v a n( :i nl.ii eV .'n) p i h' tIP 'e lt- ht ait -oli'.i tati- Vt it.' e nt im ititai Vl' m ii't'I a .i.. itI'('i'-0 .*I~Jli U ..L
N1 1 \ li t .V'," C'1iVfVpi'\lit',St,1" -v
M r i i t ,', | I (1 ,ll ,i !( ) ,+.I. I 'f 1;i di 11 1i Sotll .t ll I I aild rt i 11 '-ll f piiSi
.1. .i.. .. lt'lfor Taum ,:, '' o'ltr istin : tIn','a' alt) |i, ,l., It I l'mi in*" *tm*",l" rV, I"** -' -,t* '':-('t < .P..siel
M :t .1. 'H :l r 'Is w h7I:',i+ ,oforua' '!'",[ ,t ,',, l"t' ; ':,, i',i:;,,, :"<,io ;. ::coln AN THONY FLA.

t1 nin, I ho-Im'- 0 C,. risl a .n..i :.. .. t .i i ... 1,, "l l o llrv- t'i'o'd iss a'ial thlia mmks, and \\ -hi 'r|'...,
I,1w 1 ml. n i.. ..-'t' t inu- ai a, -t1----- -
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i t.. .. I I li "I ( a,', I ) ,
Mrs. Parr. Kr. ins K i*-'i.' ,a' i 'ad 1:11 Tn! K r t -t ; -I or, la v
. .. .. 011 TI lit I-" mr~a iris., t lit (o lit erz, (if t hli s T. .. . .
-- aa ,.:','',TO 'ihi, pa:,i,, 'ns, the 'edito oIl FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOOD NO ON. DP ,
\ M rs. (; \V M ar.in M i s. ,, ; -, z i. : '.. :- ,I l,'in.- eL it' of ltho- nu bir),'. b-and-,... - N O D YSL-h :
M rs W Mirlli 1 -ii (li
M artin. M r is. R. G lllakt' aii (;" 'a. Lt s. o ,e j" l! jal. le.." .,li,' ('hritnis m as l0'- sh1S. l sil,.es
guests. Mrs. Samnord amd Mis. la', ,,mi s,.,,"t, "" : r calendar to a,'c('h of their Yo are AT LW'A Y W LOV7ET ate=
s Kate Samnfori of Opel-ika. .\Ala 1.,.. ... h t .. . 1 lls they also s5.! aunlt vih iht irW
S went lupl to Cit-a on Fridayv to ill, INDUC.NG IMMI1GRATION | ,i.5 'i-'hsts .xetl!i V !r,'. iy ('olor- ___ i .
t' guests of it Mr. and Mrs. i '. I.. X.i I iaI,-h! s. h 'w ichl arin' 'e r or ,iiatl T | J ) f j t




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M T. and .Mirs R R arronl
o f lgbter. Meris. and Mrs. (amrt
b fter M. Loutis N-(pce'. will

~stu~s 'itii h ttir ro',tt'i'. 's a!

Mr. Rober NMurr-'re'l11.1'- zent
W Bac'h. herc' hit' u ill 'ptond~
r.He teas :4c-'''-(I -d :i tet-it


At the Munrn"' & Chtnia!i-s B
I ^p priW' vinin'ug cor is on xh
P^|R. Mr .Io.-ha I (,ist ot M<,Intt
1^^^-- man l'-ivsxii year' o],
n i-ftaner lie (apl nr'e a' \,'-y



Local and Personal









; -* 4* .-.4 ,

MA8 seem to do so in the wrong way-we ING
.___ do so noisily, boisterously, and in
1-i All Christian nations seem to have revelry. The announcement of the death of F KI O O
f ,taken hold of hno wrong end ,f the We do not yet seem to have reached ex-Governor Francis P. Fleming will u S
Wonderful siory of :he Man c. Cali- our A, B. C's, in the meaning to the carry sorrow ,to every home in Flor-
!,. world of this great event. ida.
EVhen his hbahe was born w( are If to bring the worlit to Christ He was a singularly pure. modest
m : t)mE| toldl there was a niiuhlv hallelujah means that when "smitten on the and uppright man. Worst Case of Eczema Doctor H
Srigh cheek to turn the other, also," W rg hile vernor of the stat his ad- Sn in 40 Years For
amnong Ihi, havenly hosts.,an.i a While governor of the state his
r- \,a hosaniah ruin ,out. the refrain we have not' yet lproce1eded verv far ministration of its affairs was cleanly Eec
| ,of which w.,re in tlh,,s, animain, on the journey, and have great heights and tranquil; no breath of scandal; no Months Father pHis a
S r a ii i lords hyet to r-ach. ssible suspicion of wrong-doing, was raised toDie-BloodOozedOutAO
4t *o I, G(;.I ,. (;,.l in ,lhr highe. l an If l:lll au against it C som any quarter. Her Body-Had to Be Wrapp
b1ir ., n ,..I ,, .,n ..ti half th. on ,'aill i ,'(-'. ,ood will ;o'.vardl of olCainn!,ii lhn is Christs brlhh governorr Fleming was a soldier in in Silk and Carried on a Pillow
f ,, N .4 ,. liemeaniing!ss to t11e world.
,.., -:;. .... O h rivo'notenVigna.alI Now She Is Perfectly Cured.
.. .,nlar iy egunorthern Virginiua. a
er i-.4". \ r.i.- hi,- il, \\i- :r1-i O EDITORS NOR FAIR MANA 1 ti he end of the conflict he has
" ^ :' '" "' "" '."* :- "'' f .,.h "-Pr i ,c, ,,t P ,. b, u :',,r u- N o E D I T O R S Njboon a ta m ilia r fi g u re a'a t th e a n n a l
w l". i GERS PRESENT regions the Coflrat t DOCTOR RECOMMENDED
b l u to a n d I l I .. \ \ ; h s ,r ,,s i t, i i I -. + a ~ i ] : z lI re -u n t i O ln s o f t ih e ( o n f e d f ,r a l o V e t o lr .l l
I 'm., ,,, I nar: ,, ,.. T. i ,iair '!! i, ,a s nd, loa' ok an acti\ participation in CUTICURA REMEDIE
tbr t!S-Uh b,. ;", h, e:,', !, h, la- p lao ii,>cn ',,vnl iafr :ht, ',o.e of the ci-il war was at plr(e..'iings of the same. ________
T'i f. ; lifh-a, h.ad 01 -i ,it.nu ar- 11, lie had hen wounded ill one of thf
" ~M eo. GP l.(;. As \vo si.tf, ]id ['lwfon So_
Tr- la ;., ,>, .v I: .*.*,. ,** '... v, ;, ,' -*** :,t,.,;, lR;,-hi,,, s,,:r. :;,;"-: l:,;^'wl*- *" h-^- R(ln.[ 'on beoe"nheltt^iegran^ ^ ^ ^^wie~eidwe
Uiu,~t I l1:,.it.~ 5~d'T'~ :., t. "~ t n l ugieitul. 'battles in Virginia and was honie "b
h'.i U or Of Ow New Yorkib F[a furlough when the batili, of Natiral hours after t
T*^r lmn .. >. .. ,,: -. -jr, :: *. l : "1 n- -" l,,, ,,i \wi~lh h... ', :rid sh, 1. ,',ii,, , f lit Nt',, \- Y()rk Trilmp,,,. wais a ^-^"-h whe tho batrlh of oura -^ ^ o r af e hit
f. \\ 1:t" h:i l',,n 1', i ,- '" 1! t Bridge was fought. Colonel *D nil lirth of our ci
Ivur i,-ari .. , . ,' i n a t lanct,.III. ail ti only inifavolrI I and I had to rai
at th -=c: i, :. : ,l .,,-, hn,,rp ,a ,, ci 'i I il o of wa h was in command of the battle anl the' ba y on ar
atd^" th M-l1""Wh I rt' I t- tI. v r alinusi e hu 1 'ii h roliocisni lelar! to offer was I h Governor Flfaoing acted as his chr
,-Ir '- ., -' ,.n -' .--. I t h.. r.~.I .~ ,,,- i r,. cil,,,,,, ~ aH ,,!,,iiste,,iu.Ioin floig ,,,.,,t,- '. .lz Am Governor Flenming ac.e asi h"f i.ia foods.-;
adI,,11oovir coneni"And Iie Aineri- r nths alter bir
n ,r r.I' L 'h ,', . , f,, o ,a, a .. ; wa o -,aff, /-- .he ,roke out ar
nrv-, Diflar r" r. ea nfl, I-'- "did n:" ," ."
a., A ,:, i,,- li ,'r T..a Ot- Tie on nfav'.orao]o commdenti wi Thp editor of this p1al)er acted as a "f ..I had two dot
i~tfl~ 'I" r Th o1~'unav.abe'-mmnt e !"in attendant
,. r. t ,. t : lnl n all ("hri -ian lands the ha\. to niak' convTrning our fair is courier on that fateful day. and rt:(Ih- The wa not
,ihilpT( ,- 'a h' ,IIto,- (I\I1 alr Wol- soiethiug (. Ir which, thel faim' niana- ed Colonel Daniel just as he was particle of skin e
.-- ~~~l,,', i at I ,0 ,i n grs h no ct1 ol. thrown from his hor.- an, l injured, on her body the blood oozed out ju
FRANK HARRIS. Editor. i d n citro. Ii anywhere, and we had to wrap her in si
P. v. Lea-vmood. Bus.nets Manager. fr. ('L Thoer wuer, no outside, oulitors nor |He indited, a note to ('alit. Fle;ning. and ('arry her on a pillow for ten week
Bunes Manager.lisian ai olay is a o managers l)r sel and spoke of him with supn-eme on- She was the most terrible sight I ev
-- 'Y saw, and for six months I looked fp
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 25. 1908 1 t'iiai .11r *t'!'a.ult,'no. and th. nainon ((lior was pr s nt from Tampa de hn we reached (apt. her to go to her mama but thank G
,- tal'-at can .Ih.,w the lar't'st stanlina: ar- nlr .a ,i. n 'leming he was riding up andt ,lw' and his agents, she is alive and wh
,nor .lacksonvile. nor St. Ietsurg. to-day an; she will be three years o
Jule I R,,.N.,. '.T .1, tha h'ad 8 .y i- ",:.t natifln hat connmianls hier Miami. nor Orlanlo. nor Ganes- th( line, hat in hand. rallying anel on- the seventh of Decemberand has nev
t','rai.-fro puliIrouraing thie yong soldiers who had a sign of the dread trouble sinc
S.lo. ,, ,,f ,h,. .,.:r. ..n. hha ie ot Ira-e fro villm. nor neslurg. nor Sanfl. nord )restI ued ery known remedy to all
tt Ir,'re-.- :n,1 l'oP)l,. Palatka. nor Lakealnd- index! from w new rruits) an viat, her suffering, for it was terri
\Wh.re tht il, is ,iostl reatd the( none of the ear- nor disa it surh) a figure as we had \ever seen. ,t' witne. r ---gave her u
t-arth 1is nmo-div lwcil'kvd.l w-ith te n n f the no. -ta lto. adi m iip'utelh a tir e utonlour III(-____
1' ..h hh. farm ,-,e,,l,t I,.. ,, ,. a. ,. ,h is n (stly ,.,,(.(*'l with the Ve are receiving by every mail col- anDrl a e o. our 0"^ n- B anti h and Cuticura Soi
S!'d- ; ';"- i wordt a orv that has never oiteraed, and ('ut i(ra Ointment saved her.
tlI|,to .t "' % c t C , 1 t~due, t ,-., hl *' l <.-.n tn. ;r nn ,.n bh ifls, lall-,r ,te l'gs l l l (.,,-,-l li ,, i, andi we always, r m emnber him as he re "m m ended ther (uticura Rem edie
bp ndu-. it, k-. .. t"hat T11,. ;to" At nt a l publication concriiin tie Mi or d e were gt in making use
:.' i:.<,;;'.:,':' "o miililary chief- Vi er Fair at T in'ia. of which the a .p,:.d en1 that occasion A n"ar as I c ren e
!'ns tl I on. T. .1. a;tl-I ', n is !r'esil'n lUrave, no1l,. ', m'ireriFs-iieart,,l .,an. w. ',,(d eiht cakes of ( ,.tiera So,
The, An.4fi ncran) I.n .r.i wi'! r i ... .., on. T *1. I^'a.-i'l ml^ ^'i s r i 1(le i., ..';*rp ;x. fC tcir it
'te I. r, an .'-, .r ; l e ] ,.r Tli .. r "sii' i i univ,'r-aliy i-I and Edito- W al.e. S ov i Is,,r, I v rapidly tbey are cror siin ,',- rv ",r, I e.,. f ('mt, a Ointmen
im. ' u Ilr.- P c* r i V 0 i* a l Cv but nI of. 1h<1 sai e Pnrl- . .,' ri\- i.-. ;,, [ k,1 into c," ,l -leratiot
%* tv h,] ,m "r '1'|Af1t i, nil ,i, il c-.r anibi hiv )t a lii. 1)11 1.' dalt.'IL ''I u' .... a ': 'l, 'a- N' .lpti, l (a: .. fa
s urie.'i>.r lhat ai.,l to if.. highest .i h' said ,ta -l Tt- '. ,. ;.'J 0 :.t',,r -aid t teat
men ]de i i ill a pl utitt'HlF'1 atl our ai'- ".T:h .. ," .';,1-t _a-i, t t '!Il e',.'' -'Lr hii
l .--*i "-- ,,o(f 1i1;c'riolislu andi tri'tavtrv., v. lo, slv ,x'ellnt lair. Thiir ;a,1 FOR THE HONOR OF THE AMER!- ;' < ,,,-. I h:i-.'. alwa iiai 'l e
J11 .r ,'' ,ra S.> ta) ke.g > hl.r .-kin soft an
ill 11 % ',. ., h., 1a. . ,,ri. f',i : ,1 .srihl n th' war sit' sence was ilh su:,)j.(.l for (co IImel'IlI. CAN PEOPLE '. ,. ::,,- a ,ire c..int'xi.n. Jamt
1. .l i T. wars are' in,'.italmle,. SI) also Wt' r;ec ,i lbu'('k8 of lil ,ra- J. ';'! V,',, .di an,! Mcr'al Patter
NYer ( r I. f l , ,, ,,,.W.- \V ,ai, thait w which ,, so w x' .... :; a' "'. 1'0 .
'-- --,, WN i. r ihi whi h we iSOW. il' lonct1;ilk tie' l;loi'i~la E ixi si- No '. i r' 5S t!ai rS!..,''.'I i;,-.l-t.. .-. 1 '.'. n- ,
A r it .'afltiic r. r h.V r. he V 'e is 101 tlel saddelost ion Fair a .ir a t 'k(soi1villo for grallii- l"l'It eWsl Ie''C l Aliri ci i,'.titt Iiot s ,m, ;,t.' ix r:''i and Intrn.al Treatment fe
i t1 i h>' If ih nicl ire. ,. 'si red the' i i r t "O 1 l'';n: .: "i l' a.znc 'hUiir'lrn ant A(Iul
tf t ht ph- rrh ul i<.;e la I T" t'h ih- chto! |I||lla i'>) to H"-i t.. ..''kin, nO
" Vill r r.1 ]0 A*ii th t ] the'.e is ...adhing pr 'ei a .. D.. Ac ei' r is A i l l .ilt , .. .t:, ..-,,'. : )o lnt p.' (i n the fr.f or f y 'h'c ihi
11 d 'h .la'k ,n ,. 1 s ', lls .* th t th re is so ht l" .t r s erelary of the, said fair, and the( re imp (hm'ent 0 its. ilte rit N \w' .1t. ,rh.>.-i .rt titr. otter yt h
and i'au'b .-;'' hifhi ,fle' ,- 11,. 1 s o t S i 'r .'h <** l s the t arid. PotteroDru &athen
itt 11c.h c.;ir hiuh. r nat ires anid ap are fiftv-thrt'e directors, vet this asso- apol)al (ed ii teh ir<'sielt ('ils r.'-;,Ii e,. o.-,h, d i. C-uticura Book on Sin Diseases.
l w : I m r m r t o .. ... I:1 :- o ~ i u a B ok o k D
,htl.- '., ti p, .l o,,n ;,>n.ir ation1 tel tu 3. n irwas lunreprselntedl atl ouri fair.:, Never befooi'e i lln the history Of tI, .. '_,
o hail. r. File r St. a a- .4 lit 'o w, ihohld a solelieor marching whi. was prooun.! )y all visitors \meari.an agov'ernm(lt has a pr,.si- i Iuis Methodist p-reacher" tel
ie ml ,n I. Y< trk frCnt.a ('la- a forward dvih a hrnaor a e worl o s servedir meritorious. dent veered o insit t t
of ,,arion .'( e'.arm tiiin i,| cf insaiac"tinto the very jaw'st ohf ,Ollg wonton iii his eongregali,
eIN.. ra Y ro la., l ,, 0 io mmanl1 into i hc law So why shonll ol' in the i tior congress. in exercising its j)soiu- thax i is as much thir i iuty to i
dr h It, *4low ran lii Irt ,!' e a r,dthpay him hom- ear Ilie shirts off our lae'k anal ear tional control o -el' public e'Xp. i 'noh
Ir Fp- m.14 k~.-d~ >inh.'. *l Ip'^^^?p>m o-^^ ^^;g^^ ^^^wj~inlcnrloe ulc.x- drove' th-eir jooks physically as it
I- is h i i to ts lt out our hlngs in a will hurrah over tures, was actuatel by th f.ar tilat to groxw in spiritual beauty and love]
A )urr a' S~lngl.I Ma-sa'ard- anal< ss an.!r the indiiualinmita- !their fairs when they are so absolute- its own members might ice sulbje',( :! ness. No woman shoulll ruin h<
da: c', *(:. t'.o II I,-Y m;. 'r..- ana. .and thkne livlual. In imia- lv inlifferit to fairs outside their to criminal prosecution by the exci- complexion with cosmetics but if st
elt tIt out a pl. -,. of h ,. ,.ar no x f em,.nI" tob.onk a walk- own cities? ltive department. Even Andrew .lohn- can make herself look beautiful by t

Don't all answer at once. please! son. in those unfortunate perioels of us,. of the powdler puff. by al)plyi
ta9tuf,,rpi,| h it1| in' arsenal, 'hen 'e haxe the more | intoxication which were a prefaice 1 hairmless rouge on the cheeks an
... i tii hIdcure,. fA TRIIBUTE TO FRED L. ROBERT- thle saddest chapter, in lhe nati ons l'eenciling her eye brows she ought
T.'. d-Mer t, at T<-,mgr, ha, s .- I t00h lnt I n', for lhe pun- SON .history, never undertook to inflict d, so. She owes it. ';o the iener
Sw.d I ', ,'ha.,. .'l.rk ,! iM-.--,r.:r: I"e"' of -inulatihtung this lebasedl idea. --__ congress as a whole or to assail th,, wl as herself to look beautiful.
,N 't ,'c l..Ir *'haIe, a- all in i hc s1 t.- s,... thi" hi ,s aln ishnm its for N ,w Orlheans. )D.ec. j 7.-Adjut ant honesty of an entire co-t)i'dIina _e
be. ~.-If hit' a t tat ii is ,!:. 'h ,lil a' ld.'4' tf fireauis an.l oth- .n ra Villiam F. Mickle, of th,- 1)ranch of the government. e
I~ t ,,- I, t,,,, ta'.- ,,, ,,,,. I. -f ,1) .oing intnt iio our o n al ia e m) sl;
S,.,rt in ,, ". ,ce v :n *"t ,,a,, r [' nil-ed Comifedlirate Ve, ,rans. has is-. There can be no mistake as to lit, hi ',i' f l e we h a
,'k-___ ,i sU"", "h l'o"tll"'\ sl"eeial or't' r onicsins't.' e m meaning of M r. R ,o".- -'v 'It'sn- l (.h' slan w warrior i >lin r in
;, nt',pi. ,,a, t h (;(1.leal Fwl',., L. nworis in (lenolncing lth secr sr,,.' in
F. W ill..nm IH T..1. *h r, ,.r,' ,' h .1 ."aI ,nea.rf l. ,ll h -.Ie g R o.' ,hOir ,rstrid lon. le to s. falling uplon 'h'ir k-no
*~ l l~ m t, T ,, , 't .,. .d* -w ) ,t,.a, h-i,l;,a- in ill |o )ll ll f" l ri :- 'i r- ri0in1. ...un g ti ra e t I

^ .. .. ............. ... .............- l,, i.. k n v..-. pis .... alib ()l,,, f , ,, i " olf,;i.*-t ,-,- I ... -n ,I ,., 1 '11 ,pis-"'' "- ,rk ,,e' i ba,., ''pis-SI tt.i h l Ordu'r No. s. nIn its liresent form t', 'ur'estrit.ct ilol, ins for a Kenttiikv ni !l 10 si
- rdll.t.Yn,? 1 '., i ,,':uie l. '.I- n"'\ Vit.ck. a tile' shoot- '.' ,, Wi, kt,,'t se-, of ].,s'of pe ls il '- op. p,rates onl o yhe al a.to the advantage of
Il *mt.t' ,, t ,, M N ', 1,,',4 ,', ,. ,,. , , ,, r hi blic'i thonr- ".o o'si Iov,'i Iv So l1 t, an ,.d
Siki. a ~ '~ 1 ~ al.!. ~:.r#,r iv\,mmiit. i h,, ,gf,,'it'ral co~ nitia iig (.'er ifnl, of the wrona(lo,,ir. The'I
na.t to ;., i I, . t'., 4. 0''t; a n l 'isto- r fr theI leaer to off r a fer'ven; iray
ne'a f1;** c- cnn,--te, h o z'lth t of anoth(er great! chief argument in favor of the I'(1 singing tt ,t tr en)in
to ,,, > h *m 'i-, i I 'a t .'- .orko-r illI ih" 1'. (. V. generall Fredlvision was that the congressman i t
Sa *trh ak.- r ,'! [ .' ., t';e.,.':e I ., ,; ,'s,: ill -i, 5tr,',,t, ', 1't i t '. .x .i0 a lii)b.
S', I . ot,,r.ts(n .L-- s.ldeil''lv \i. asummoll.nal noti themselves w hish to lie imvest-
..... \ ,- ,,.,; '. :,,' ; \ ,ii- i: k ill,',! at! a ,, . .......... .. .....
(i answilli r sie,' last r-oll call on Thurs- ga (l by s ( et-serviice men. '
T,'10r n .... ,, '0 (. i, 1 ; ,, I, Y ,h (']C l ,de I'En11l was convict
,__S t 'l'~'. .. . ', day. the 1,, ;,nTh inst. Ife had just I tdo not believe that it is in lth, pub i)
aa'0 , ', ',' '.. . 1 *t \, \v .1., "s v !(.i and .ho ( ares of vii',l tgin. sti 1 ,lo
o 1%qu -i I ,' ee t l>s.|' Iiis iixiv-fo I bti'h i birldtlav, hav-: lie interest to protect crime inal in a -llh 1r
S l I a ; '-' *,, :' ,, .! "," a til ',, 1 i ',e' l n' in St -utlh ('uarolina, No- branch of ;he p dlic service.' C (;rlhao. ';hat uh fe han rather in th e 4
a1' .i1- .I' I C' -" i x.'m\ tli'r 21, 1 41 This is as sc'rij uls a intle,'.r ;1s if s h< r ht nw than in t hosy if sc
i 7 I l, .' ,., t .... t, ."' : :m 1. ,, to t ,' "' th e lui ) (f tlhe war, h ,, congr ,ss hal offi .ially a .sai u th f n.- en w ho are ruling oi k
o , th, (I'aon.h t ',,'1'Co'l s service in the! ilteg-rity of th lpresiel'nt himself or hn--nvi Flo ian.
* r i ti1 I h, l.ti ,. (.. ,,- 1. "t;; 1- -i" 1 ;].^ ': I,,, *ill,! ]ini! t h.' e l te mal 4cn0e l Som li ('aroli'ia infaii try. Sub- had isinui t-in t hl lhat a elecision ol(11 -
f ^ ; h,- ,,,',, ;, ..t, ,, am a,., a '.. liim, :n life. ; ,1 i Sm \Vith two such stalwart political
S:i ;- '!, piti tr., i >. still it is n olit a o iit, 1Wn m al nH am d one1m
AS..I. 1', i. I tti-; t i ', ,'i -'1" .'a IsIta of G,'ll,.l W ,l Ham lpdon. I ha ledl down to protect rinini als" ants as XV. J. Bryan anel T. ,.1 Apu
t '. ,.- ,., ,. ,' '" el ,, ", '-' ,h '' Of l;t,. v t.a.s li'a.- been a mn el-iio ,the bench of that allls, Ill'iiipal, a ,! a 'l ,.i x!ili on at t ,e Tan la f.
I) ,1,,,, r it will 1e worth goi g lt to S '
O sI>fig 4 to \f. (' i-1 .W "tl lie'i of i l' offi:.ial lit us,hlloll of the va- Indeoed, it might h" call ,iv'n more
-I,,. ,, .h '- ,'- ,n ., *' a, .'i,, : -,1-,i, t- rivi- governors f Florida. ht l ing serious, for the House of Represefta- Ha uun o R o .
teus 4 0f ]. I r i h.. in l). it ions of I .. i greatse tIrusi and re- tives in particular, under the const It is said hat a burnt child dre'
W l" i a:ii* m l %,, soirp 1)iiI'e
lb ar ,, ,,of atni! ,, -." "'". - ', ~,~~~', e,. -v;'f, ,,, --. s-l,, ,,iith,,na nlawlss.w r i rtnsi hility. tuition is the most powe rful brani'h of i ie fire, ut his does not a ly
&DAl bllt. .. '-1 "f1'.Sir.e tho formation of tiis fs.er-j the government. It controls the lefat presidential candidates.
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Charms, 50c., tc $50 .
Sleeve Buttons, 50c., to $50 4
Brooches, 25c., to $200
Bracelets, $1 to $75
Stick or Scarf Pins, $15c., to $ -
Fobs, $1 to $25
Beauty Pins, 25c. pr., to $5
Guard Chains. $2.50 to $20
Ear Knobs, $1 to $7.50
Studs, 50c., to $10 -
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Waist Sets, $1 to $10
Hat Pins, 25c., to $10 **
Barrettes, 50c. to $9 -
Collar Supporters, 25c., to $5 *0
Veil Pins, 50c. to $7.50
Belt Pins or Buckles, 75c., to $6
Emblem Pine, (All Orders), $1 to 5
Emblem Charms, $1 to $50
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SSOCtFTES ON DEATH -me the sojourn there would be admir-jan editorial asking for light on the
fHM" i --able, when I should meet with Pala- rumored Panama canal deal.
ESocrates fas one of the most r medes, and Ajax son of Telemon. Joseph Pulitizer. of the New 1ork
-- W 'nowned plOsophers of Greece. He and any of the ancients who has died World whose paper first gave punb-
i was born 4# years before Christ. Em- by an unjust sentence. The compar- licity to the story ot the rumored Pan-
pires have*-isen and fallen since that ing my sufferings with theirs would. I arma canal deal.
1^n^ i--^- N I i wriod anthrough this long stretch think, be no unpleasing occuIatiun.
Wu1 Bnu the greatest pleasure would e THE MORNING PAPER
lof time It writings still impress to spend my time in questioning and
Klito sPend my tie in questioning an
"I, ,twu m themselves profoundly on the human examining the people there as I havo Ext'rief"' has shown that lhe
AFM A "Twtmm'.i^&T, r M inl. done those here, and discovering who m',rninv 1i'lr i- a;!\a:.s h,. ia'< r (;ft
e Sf voo of insIrucion was byalong tthem is wise. and who fancies inlluen(.t ii ai:; C.1!;ii1l:iityv.
q~~mllI Us utlswlo, lofinstruciion \was by,
mef-MB HrCTaat a lY l himselff to be so, lut is not. At "hat Its fajiili,-. Tor u,'rini- in,1
K,,~~~~F a -~ Iali Means: mou-versations with all class. u1 r Fln LA.I (. moan1 oon'rsati-t s wi- pualc r lss- Price my jultes, would not anyone weiihin ith, lin. wis ilbetr anl iti has
of P at 1 he publi r rts. estifiat the Opportunity of question- niore tim,. ro ju le ,,ih acc,.,acy he
L- i-ik, I4''en who work for the up- itn him nwho led, that mighty army value. of th ,'a re.r i; i 'tains. '
F LAGLER HAS DECIDED liit of (ri.' ty without: price or the again-t Troy. or Ulysses, or Sisyhus It arriSves a ih,. holis. .,. it'! an.
UAPLETE THE EXTEN- Ssy hustr.!aiinN-i-1 h ~dl
PLETE THE EXTEN- he, ofN-ward, he had his ',Imits) bYv or Iten thousand others, whom one he Sto a Ii V' when ;h.' i'ei .
( SION h, .('.(* and tIhey createt ed an uproar might n en.mion, both men and women? has Ti It-to p-ruse its c(inin(ns
---- tinitjlinl. IBecause (of j,'aloulsy of with whom to converse 'and ai-sociate. Thoroii-!ily. It is no; T hrown asidt,,
uKey West" i- ,the, m'WOi of "i;- infivnct Miletu.. a poet. Any,'is, a1nd to question them, would l)e an in- after a glance at tlihe h.aldli nes.
% East Coas" Railw y. Tl'-, a Iqolital de.magogue, and Lycon. a concei'vable happiness. Surely for The careful andl thiri, y h,\li n,.,vift,
rsLijdent H, nry MI. F-l],aler, l.-es ripular orator, accuse.t him ,ub- that the jule.-,s there do not condemn can siuuly the adlvrtising coli'llns
S. I.v, .. v-.... i.,.hi. .. i .r ..- i -^ tn od ath- for i,, -h ri r.-t. *-t< tho ,ai, andl make hr nurcha--es on tilhe .'av

Where you want t-
When you wdt ft-
No smoke-M s-o rn-- u
Often you want heat in a h
in s,;.:e room in the house t-
race does not reach. Its so
pick up and carry a

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-e n t an l n,!.- ra l i; lj- i pi:t iu i u l . .. ,oi s i ' ,-', l r .. . *ii- i .i-. ... ... .. .... .I
a h h-r l "trAi- .,n; suhstit~uting gods of his who live 'there are more halqppy than in which thlie enterprising merchatit to the room you want to heat--suitable
jT, Gon~vral S,; ~iW.tnTe .I n1d of corrupting the youths of those that are here. and are hence- makes his announcements. house. It hasa real smokeless device ah
.'-Goff. and other offi-ials and h,, ( As li e had liumiliated many forth imnimortal, if at least what is said In tile case of tilhe Nws-Ror,. the or smell the wick as hi
Mrl Flaglers private party. her esitdes these in debate his en.- be true. !aler is put on their mails early in the t i
ty early this n.orning arous-I mi-'er nulerous, and e was ad- "You therefore. 0 my judges, ouht morning anl reaches evtry town an s low as you like rass n o.
,~~~~ earl3-1~j#'\V~ .;** unwouan,]lieeefr, y. nawass o a oulkabasdot-od
j ie interest in railway cir- jnug4 guilty, to entertain good hopes '.vih respect hamlet in the country. bo loh north and that gives out glowing heat for 9
/ PB party went by rail to HF his ple'a betn more conciliatory to death, and to mediate on this one SouIh of the (city. early in the after- shed in apan and nickel-a
a e n i r he Prhaps would have l)een acquit- truth, that to a good man nothing is10 noon of the ilay on which it is pl)a- I sh in a pan and keat w
Keyted, tit on being asked to choose the evil. neither while living nor when lishedl. an1whe1. Every heater w
0t*etmer Columbia for th2r trip pnty to be infliered upon him he re- dead, nor are his concerns neglected The paper i intere.ti is care- T
a--West. It is understood that pit,. that for his services to the state by the gods. AnI what has befallen fully read and the alvri p" Irofits
dkr was ddelighted wih the ie served to bie provided for at the me is not the effect of chance; but by the Ipopularity of t0,he paper,- i iepthe M
Smade and the condition of pullc exp)('nse for tihe rest of his life. this is clear to mie. that now to die. Miami News.-Record. Ire@. It give. a bnllt. tly ligh
gidbed from Homestead to Hi-sanswer so exasl)perated his judges and be freed from my cares, is better th6t umyal'ta. Madcbramla ad
*v'- .o ^ i *^i <"TIC~D A D rM ~imcr TCr~cRACTLJwith the latet improved cenal raw burner. Every imp wwi
*Key dock. He at once decided tha they condemned him to dlie. and for me. On this account the warning OTHER APPOINTMENTS OF METH- t you ootin thrleda il er Ray Lm
ipilete the extension to K'y thcsentence was duly executed, in no way turned me aside; and I bear ODIST MINISTERS yj deler witeto our iealr agency kr daaiyi' crcalar.
t"Otrders to this effect have b'-ln e received the sentence with per- no resentment towards those who con- --- STANDARD OIL COXPA--V
ft Mr. Parrot and just as soon fec composure, demned me. or against my accusers. Rev. I. \. Moore. presiding elder (ilal^i lnievll
a force of men snTiciptly man. he said. cou d say that he although they Iid not condemn and for Tallahassee district; Rev. .. A. ......
64l~lde a force of men su'iiot ldid notacon1 ay ah
carry on these tremnendious ha exacted a penny for his instruc- accuse me with this intention, but Hendlry, presiding elder, Jacksonville --
!esive operations will be Iput tiQa: thai his whole ambition was to thinking to injure me. In this they district; Rev. F. Pasco. La.k. City: HOW RANDOM SHOTS DO HARM THE
SThe distance from Knights beof some service to the world-to deserve to be blamed. Rev. R. V. Atkisson. Live Oak: Re.v.
ey West is more tbrn fory leave it better than he had found it. "Thus muniic, however. I beg of them...J. N. Weatherfodl. Anthony: Rev. R. I shot an arrow into the air; it fell In Sr
tt there are no difficulties in Ii said he was never lured from his Punish mey sons when the:.y grow up).j M.\ 'illiams. Citr'a : Rev. F. R. Bri,lg- h th.listance. I knew not whr,. till i or
On work that have not al- corse by the hope of riches, nor wa- 0 judges. p)aining them as I have es. Gainesvill-: Rev:. W. .1. Near. a neighbor said that it killed his alf,
i met and overcome in that veed for a moment by the fear of pov-I pained you. if they appear to care for Martel; Rev. T. iI. Sistrunk. Mica..an-danl 1 had o pay him six dollars and 'i ls ati
the extension already comn- ey. That he never shunned applause riches or anything else before virtue, op; Rev. F. M. ( Eads Rdick and a half. I bouh so in to lay I
The longest open space is be- it resorted to no disrepmutable meith- and if they think themselves to be Fairfield; t',v. lioward Dutil. Polat- so rats. and a neighbor swore it st livr;
fnhts Key and Bahia Honda oS to secure it. something when they are nothing, re- ka; Rev. If. E. Partridge. Brooks- killed his cats: and rather than a-, n, v,' lai
re will be at least three Socrat's was iml)pressedl wi*h, the proach them as I have done you. for ville; Reov. B. K. Thrower. Suther- across the fence, I I)aid him four dol- !',.. .'
concrete work with long bIlief that he had s-,n a "vision" and not attending to what they ought, and land. 1lsn an rtoy cents. One nidht h opt i a; .un
of fill. An important change Ir wa\ a :dl by the plwiests that the for conceiving themselves to be some- sln a toy balloon a hop it a n
Decided on in the form of -oracles" had proclaimedl him to be thing when they are worth nothing l Jam-es E. Alexander of Volusia is would soar ill it reached the moon; r ,rumfs r<
.work. The huge arches of te 'wisest of Iin." If ye do this. both I and my sons will being lboonmed f:)u sljeaker of the bt the candle fell Out on a i'irt's i otitistan
Key viaduct will give place Holdiixg ()to this idca and reverene- lave met with just treatment at your house.-Tamipa Tribun.,. ,Jeenis is a straw. and he said mus settle or accor
a Honda channel to veryv i4 their tt&elary deities of his times, hands. .iak r all rhr. hut according ,o the i t) law. And that is the w.ay wvi the taleo
and solid concrete piers I calmly spokel to his j,.,dgs as hi- But it is now time to depart-for modern wa- of speakers and chafr- the random shot-it ne'er hits in te years ag
will rest the superstruc- lws concerning his sentence: mie n o die, for you to live. But which men he must "spoke lupl)" for himself, proper spot; and the joke you spring.
is method of construction "-To me. then, 0. my juilges-and In of o s is going to a better state is un- It is thl.- s.lf seeker that becomes that you think so smart, may leave a Howar
t te the completion of the ailing you judges I call you rightly- known to everyone but God." Ispeaker, sad to relate.--Orlando Star- wound in some fellow's heart- a articles
will also be quite substan- strange thing has happened. For \Ve print the above because death. Reporter. Mason, in the Empora, Kan. Gazette. Drawn
..satisfactory as the concrete ne wonted prophetic voice of mv guar- though solemn, is always an interest- soks, h
ala reoc. on eer y forer occasi o, in subImprovement in the tin plale busi- Governor Hughes is after the stock ous artic
iau deitv. on ever- former occasion, ing subject.
mr e, It is to early to make ven in the mo st trifling affairs, o1M- ness continues most marked, exchange speculators in New York. considera
itimate as to how long this re- ,osed me if I was about to do any- ROOSEVELT'S MEMBERS OF THE .
'g porion will take for compile- hi: wrong: but now. that has befal- ANANIAS CLUB g, *U
.allroad officials art, not worry-i en ml whh'h ye yourselve- behold. I 'I?
ot that feature, b;'t they willtndl which anyone wo'lld think, and j W. E. Chandler, former unitedd
tr utmost to hurry the cols.u- iIvich is s-ppI)osd to be, the extremity States senator from New Hampshire,
,rk In order to reach the south-,)f evil. yt't neither vwhi'n I departed who said the president authorized him A
-minus as soon as possible. At :'roT-i homne in the morning ditd the to treat with democratic senators to 3
mint time about one thousand A'arning of the god oplpose me. nor secure pIassage of 'the railroad rate
e at work on the Keys but this when I came up here to the place of bill.
ill be increased to two uhous- rial. nor in my address when I was Joseph W. Bailey, of Texas, United ----
a hundred when the final opera- ibout :o say anything: yet on other States senator, whose statements re-
49hL 1ifepcasions it has frequently restrained garding railroad rate legislation were ck is comply better
definite announcement tha the I.Iie in the midst of speaking. But denied. Our stock is more ar
on is to be carried through toliow it has never throughout this pro- Judson I!arinon. now governor of
est will be heralded with giea; wceedling o)pO0s"d me. either in what I Ohio. who said the president declined vr. A place r everything, an everythin
nC alone by the people of did or said. VWhat then ho I sup,,1ose t o prosecut, lPaul iorton, then secre-
but by the whole country. lo li' tie cause of this? I will tell yoN. ;,y of th' navy, for giving rebats as O w ou Call on u w cn h p you slC
lece of railway has come to b,) \Vhat has befall, n me appears to bI an official of 'he Santa Fe railroad, l.
(I i tisyi Gooibs that;not.Parkep demuratictingi
Used as no ordinary transorta- a leassin and it is impossil)le that Alton B. Parker. democratic nomi- n t
ate. The eyes of the natio\ we think rightly who suIppose that n. for the _rsdncy in 190. who day Goods and kep you ai ng
on the undertaking an, it wil death is an evil. A great proof of this j x'as roundly.' ,tdenounced for accusa- j
,ure of great satisfaction 1o th( ;o m<1 is the fact that it is impossible lions he made regarding contributions ibtions "-_-_--__-_-'_-'_ _'_",,_-_--__- ...._,_......_,_,,'
y at large to know that Mi. 1)t that the accustomed signal should by the "interests" to the republican,
r intends to carry to a success have opposed me. unless I had been campaign funil. Ira
me one of the most '-(tonIeuf,, about 10 m&et \\i'h sore good. The Rev. W. J. Long, of Connecti-
JtoOs of modern tiI,,s.--Sl.\ug "'Moreov.'r. we may hence conclude (l cunt. whose s'tate'nents regarding
Record. ',hat ther-e is great hope that death is animal life were declared "natue NOTE A FEW ITEMS IN FANCY GeeI
a bhles-ing. For to die is one of two : fakes."
[U0GHTFUL CASTOR OIL things: for either the ,lead may be Henry W. Whitney. of Massachu-
annihilated and have no sensation of setts, who quoted the president's IMPORTED CHEESE, SARDINES, HERRING ROE. FRENCH PE
^cntdiscovery that promises t( anything whatever: or. as it is said, statements regarding the tariff. E1) VE(.ETABI.ES (IMPORTED). MU'SHROOMS. BEECH-NUT 1
fat value to the medical pro there is a certain change and passage Hegbeit W. BRwen, formerly Vene- BUTTER. BEECH-NUT BACON IN JARS, PLI'M PU'DDING. CF
i to that of a process enabling of the soul from one place to another minister, who ch'arge,1 that R SAUCE. BONED CHICKEN, AND TURKEY. STITFED DAT
,A be put into powdered forn. And if it is a privation of all sen-" Franci| B. Loomis had been involved
ieluse has already l),en n ad. sation, as it w, re. a sleep in in financial scandals, and that Roose- \P 'C.LED Fi(.S IN JARS. GEORGIA \VATER C;ROI-ND MEAL.. (

Discovery by a German sciei- which the sleeper has no dream, veit knew it. FLOI'R. WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR, 'ELP-RAISING L'('KWHE.
ho has succeded in r'duiing ca- death would be a wonderful gain. For Bellamy Storer. formerly. mbassa- P.\NCAKE FLOUR, STUFFED OLIVES, PLAIN O.IVES. PLA1

for any room
solutely prVL
jh as you caa i
s 4 quarts oil


will kt't1p several tt
isy till next April. Ty
- co(Ine from gt'e"^ this
,! an '^K. ,j ha,.a t.
,in t0e nake go).)e-Hli
i!l shop. In' .uccP
titor nament Doyd'n
j the goose-liver pastry[

c,., him. Now all are
;to the reciA eompr M
lt'i liD)oylen over a hllb
o -Philadt'phia Bullet iS.,
,1 Academy hadl a nurnabf
on exhibition at therl
work. embroidery. ktoJ
C1,room slipperH and m-
l'hs. ome of which xelftc
tibe admirationn|

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a red44tter day:
number of the
It into their
mand after they
f fair, and pro-
'n. but the fair;
tion when they
fly in the morning
Swell pleased with
yin outing
ever caas -. rij-'
troli! .tnT OUT o
i. The iwvi i ^ieqj mirzzl, load, r,
all th, fl.-th tiff of
causing quite .

blled along alob'
erwlhel caii .n' ni '11
till M ills,'nia a :ii '.-
J-l4 firs t aid! ', ti 'In
I ad l ,t- .i S'ro'.. io
4pital for r'inar tr'a'
Prttp l ha, i h.-i ;:.n;,'hi
P tomvniwvin in tl1 nlnI-

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Halwoeaf1 Mir 104,. Mr
Mir. Sbed~i and! a tiI11.lo'r w,

spentvflait Flassii Thu-.la'iu
lelb aai "ida 14i''' tiiiic.

Briyan? inaugura'.d %1 noi'a
sft at the- to1wy ha1 Imle-
which wms a 11014'. hr
,gUng peoilih %-#,re 0ow ill

A- numlier (if 0out- mo105
zev were out to 01w.
tjast anid furious
.sand Toni hiaint-.
4PerformoTrS (it th. eei
101 Milisom did 50114' -~ 1)11 -
the tits *i he- nat iv..
a grewt insti11Ut 14m1. and,

Im Hot-worth cam.v in lasi
si tohte surprise of her miany:

Hardipon came in last
f.~ Lynne. Mats... on a visit '

.~ Hopkinis hali a case from
Wo.r him Tuesday; all about
POW ofs d lovepiiw. and alter lPs-,
attentively to I he ei~ie
N&PA one of the litigant-s four dollars
Ow o ber one two 4iollar!-. Costly
lownplp thb6. but all is tr hax
Pa 14P our mill. andi just ic# n'imst

We havv bear.I vt talked around
M*ur Mastouic lodre memNibris art,
Mmpmlsting a visit to. Mart1ion-Dunifi
oft at Orals twxt Mlondiay niicbt for


the egulr meting ufts held a*
Mob a~le chureh. Ifrc-nhtwr 171h.
aft Presldqmn-t Joneu jwre-ihtig
T1w vubj)art of tho, nt-tie~'fL ~a'-
Ilk-at Temiw.ratic- To-stivtgoti.-. of

tof that deojoarineia' in ;t~ '
Jug and ifnwructi\- l"aP r
folI(V*fd It% Mrs A Hick-
Om Pe'Sil Kelm-\ and wtv br -
lt was .te o 10 0\' Fin.1 eT'.)
NM sthe, t&1gt (Of li'd 1
mpll,.aItxT- to Nli,'- ITa.
Dr. Sad thti 111aJOl' (1 11)4 ui~ -I' if
1boal. and %wlrts .1 V it'' -i.

piwlw-ol and MrIs %Ilan ("All '"41.
moprrtinte'tidE'i: 4il 1lh s(1 ial 'p '!
tDM. werw apiioiit.d a cimmi111'*-*'*
arauu0. for tb.. --ant.'

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The association convenes at Gainet,
ville December 29. The headquarters
of the association will be the White
House. and the regular meetings of
the association will be held i, the
tabernacle The regular program of
th, as,.ociaion will extend from De-
ceniler 2 to lecenmler :'1. inclusive,
at,! on Januaryy 1st will occur ;hel
co(tl i an anl(iig hiL.h school pupils. for!
h. mnedlal.- off,'ril by th. prens-, asso-1
cr"ia' iI The- r, zular annual meetiing
Wi th. principals' association will oc-
icur ,n Tu'-sday afternoonr before theI
riut:lar t i-r ning tif he association.
I i W\V-,.i.nsiav a',*r.nooun will oc-
cuir h' prclllar prr;igram of ithe kin-
*i, r? ga;T'i'n -.-.'-, iati oT, the Lhigh school
*<,;c ,rs" a-sociation alii lh,' priinary,
a h' r-" a-soc'iaia i4)n Ir. ,lanis H.;
\v.at S kil oif Italtilifire ha- been so-
t rI.. 1as l-c 'itrer e t'r ifo s,,ssion Mi'- is
Anialai,. lofr of ('hicazo will ad-.
IT,-.- 'ti,. kindlerrarthil-' a-ociation on 1
\\,. In.,..iay aft'r:loon.
|ii n Ir'i,-h. Th, maician, will
gI\,* ,.i : it.rIainn! iii \W .tn.s~lay i
ii l.i1h
Tti 1lni ',rsty -' Florida will zive.
a r 1.' ioTi almi inii, r Thtirsdtay af-
.m''!i' t ;1in \, *% litiL afto'r the nm 4,';-
i (: off :ie lu-in'-ss '.s-si,)n.
ltaiiroadl ra .s art,' vry astisfac-j
1rv y 1 All t(wYiS hav, li'e-In offered, a
rat. i'qua! to onte fare,. plus 2.,1 2 c 'tS.
licke.ts being (in sale l-,c-nibi-r 2- 29.
and1 liniitdI (O Januaryy 2.
Hot.lds have offered rate varying
froni $.1 2)r to $2.5. ier day. Reserva
tion- will tbe made for anyoneti upon
application to Capt. George M1. Lynch.
Any furth.-ri information can b,, ob-
tainmed from W. H. Russll. Jaspwr, or
Asa B Clark. Quincy.


Vol. 5. No. 2. of the Quarterly Bulle-
tiis of the Marion. Alabama. Institute.
which has just bet-n received. con-
lains four sermnons and address of
unusual interest and ,excellence.
The first article in th' bulletin is a an
address on "The S'uiy ( Iof the hitii.".
dieli\v-re,d I, l i-tict' tlo'k,'r of thel
S1iuprema', Court ol FFloirida,. before he
';dlLi .M,'i-s Chris;iian .A-As(ociatlion of
rhe- college. The .li-ineia-'' e f thi.' a.li-
thor as u-ll as the t,-,xc(-,llncev of li'he
a.ddres-,. wake i' a on in riliutioli of
zrett \alu' to Ili' ('dI caus,' l f educate(' it
an.l r .lf i'on.
Thi sec.- id article is an allit, s,-'r-
1114,1i l,\ ,I' .lobn \W .Stagg. iaistor i
f -'lit Fr-i Pre.ltiyteriani chii'rch of
iirnirighamin. ,eliv,.re'd b,.fore the stin-
,leti!s of the' instilillt', at convocation.
The- third article- is an eloquent ap-
Ipeal It, otz Ilimen lby the tal-.tted
pa,-.to! I f 1he -First Balpit i church of
S-luima. Re,\ J L. Ro.sser.
Tht. fo'ir'1i and final contriitivion i<
a str('i.: ariicl. liy R--- luiii R. Sanm-
I,<,\ t l.o'l.-\ iill'. K v on "C ivic 'I
R ii),',, -! ..-." -., tli !. forl i in all
;, a l it.;T .'" h I.t place' th( e te.a<'-l
Inl'U- c." .1. -i- ln 1 inis .i,.ni -" 0 ie'! \
T*,.-. '-ii I.t:n-. \xh'.< ti are L*tn' ri'll\
d -"T ... .' ,' l \\ '.-' \ioi' t at0 ; ,'-.',*"'., rl:l~ l-

'o, 'ti,' a '.-'' n ,"ie,;'.ili ql ;i'.,1 "el]i .ion .

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(Written for the Ocala Banner.)
The holly is for happiness.
Hang it, hang it high;
When dear Christmas morn we bless
Shows its rose along the sky!
The holly is for heartsome cheer,
Hang it, hang it high:
\\hile the glory of the yearl-
Lights the heights of all the sky!
The holly is for home-side mirth;
Hang it. hang it high;
Till the dearest day of earth
Fades in shades along re tskv!

\\W pity the man who lhas no relig-
ion in his heart; no high and irre1,ist-
ille yearning after a better and holier
existence: whose spirit never revolts i
at tthe darkness of his prison house,
nor exuhls at the thought of its final
emancipation. We pity him, for he
affords no evidence of his high origin.
no manifestation of that intellectual
jprroglativ., which r',nd.,rs him dele-
gated, Lord of the visible cre-aTion.
Then peeled !h, b ,'lls i!,:i,;' loud and

(;od is not dead, nor do, ii

he sleep

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The wrong slall fail. 1p lon a to10lit >e o nile m v , .i,. i, ..,," ax- i ...
The, rizht prevail. riciiltiral, mining aud uianllifac rlirglg
W ith leace, il ( -arth. goi,), will toi n ten. couilelits ill ihe state ivte i<-lf
iThere is rslhzio ii *v,-ting ti-ihi l.how-livhg what it ( ,io nd '-i d
Ther" is r4liiwhat it has e( ifeir t l ,v' .
around us-a cairnl and' h oy0 religion w a -o 11 locality to ey. ,as L
i T itlt intr,-athili: !ip o- (f liaturel anal al-roundl t locality for isy, !i;is
in the unbreat hin tin of allati. p,.fl,-makinig lhomies Marion
which man would do) well to imitate.i ior in be state, a the
l~o f (lir Savor s ; I~(',k al ; has nlo .sullt(ior -in ;h, tbf anld the
Love of ouil' Sa'vior i a il iieel a d ( llvi cill vide ce will Iil, e up
b s infilec,. in. as ocala.-Ta i pa Times.
were. unawi ars l jill tlh,.e hf,.;irt. It
coMI(n qulitily, and has neitihe'r terror Mr Flward BroMNton. tIe wll-
!or gloolin ill is arali. It i |lnowii tinie and lani dealer. pre- st
fresh from Ithe haids. of its author. di s hat witillin twenty y 'ears there dU
and glowing fini :he immedi ati pri(l- is ith.a- wiNl I't .I.:oi people e living Ill andt
('acV o(f the (; rea' Spiiriit which er- d 1own th(,he east coast of Florida from
vades and! quickels it. It is wrilltn i .A.igistile to Key West. and li. M.
on the arched sky. It looks out from Flaglr the g'eatest )eefiactor the l
every star. It is on the sailing cloudH stale ever ha,. is ;he (factor that is
in the cooling breezes also among: making the east coast a veritableI
the hills andl valleys of ,earh. where paradise. Tb're are thousands of
the shrubless n1ountain top pierces people there now who have made
the thin atmosphere of eternal win- thpiseves comfort alle hotiiies, have
ter, or where the mniightyv lorest flucil- lell off ad are getting rich
ates before the strong wind. with its from the lrodlucts of fhe fertile soil.-
dlark waves of green foliage. It is Vfomh county Record.
spread out like a legible language I
upon the broad face of the' unslee('ping There is another thing that can be ,2
ocean. It is the ipoetry- of nature. It ,aid about the Marion county fair- to
is this that uplitts the ..pirit within there were in evidence no pick- 8an
us untiil it is tall enough to overlook pockets, no ganlers, no fakirs, no
The,. shadlow\s of' our plat.Ie, of iprobati Ipo ck tn anIr. n fk r, n
the shows o our la of roatlon snide shows, nothing that diid not b)- -
and opens to inmagination a world of long to the fairly proper.
,-piritu;a; le, y;mt md holin, s<.
Mr. Roosevelt is apparently as ign.o-
(;od is love- rant of the (elementary principles of
ThatI lov -surrounds me, the law as he is of the primary prin-
'Tis above, around. within nni. ciples of good taste,.-Atlanta Journal.
Cod] is love, antl all is we,.l.

\Wvhy not trust His glorious, hound-
le'ss love. ),e happy and. rejoice, espe- v- ----
ciallv on the blessed, birthday of
('hrist. o'ir belmov., l ir.den-Bearer. 4 NI I



)h'! th he blessed plromise(', giono n the
hills of Callilee.
1' to e weary, henvy-laden, still is
tiade, to) yvoe and( me.
lany a hear: has thrillel to lihoar it.
many a Iear been wiped away,
latny a load of sin been lifted, many
a milnighi turned l to d lay;
Manly a broken. contrilte spirit, lonely.,
sorrow min.r and sad,
Helt ite- millity co(tsolation. he;-ind the
he-ave-nl.v lidinl s .-la,.
inld Ili- ,l~int with raii're t-risting ,
i' ; ., S' a v\ i o r 's n a m e )" .
()n 1;4ind! ,: r1'-s:t and retfliu when '
il,.- Biird.( tl-8.-arr (camel'

laza.!'vii li,.- 1nt',1i illnd fain Eiii Pt-
t..:- 'nl < iTe,-n ti lhi li-e wava ; 4
l.o\iu MaIry lit'1 sadly near the
S v;it"'s ^i:ua','-,! grave: 1
lliitd, lar'lin'c'i s. y ilio wayside,. hegi
his bread lisconsoluTr':4
For th1 l moviw, of ttie water--> ar t!le
lpool t1i-t s'ff-rinig wvaiit 4
In 1he wilderness the le]Ie!-s wander.
1otcast in thlleir pain; 4
IPaul and Silass. inh tlie prison. bear t lit4
fetters and the chain; 4
Mary Ma-.dtlineo. we tpiniZ. friendl'-ss. 4




Peruvian Guano


With the dew and damp of meadows,
With the rushing of great rivers,
With their frequent reverberations,
As of thunder in the mountains?
I should answer, I should tell you:
It is the gless-song of Hiawatha and

And now it is the castor bean
which is being worked in the news-
papers as a money crop for Florida.
It is easy to find out all about the
castor bean, its transformation into
the oil of commerce, and the cost of
the planting and harvest. This infor-
mation can probably be had from the
agricultural department at Washing-
ton by the expenditure of a postage
stamp, and it ought to be had before
anybody goes into the culture of the
bean. Like the camphor tree. lately
pushed to the front, it grows in Flor-
ida as if on its native heath, and if it
Crli bhe converted into( oil at a lroflt
the people of this section ight to0
know i0.-Tampa Times.

lThe Marion county fair, which will
sheil glory ulmn Ocal; Ihis w, ',,. af-
lords ian opportunity for visitor's : to
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I ed Bliss Trium?

F -r Havy 'rt. soFi',, Shipping Potatoes Use Ot
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S "lomicr Fertilizer Co.

"Last spring," MrsHludson continues, "'I
a rack d4tor did no good, so I bq
take 0!i '' 3 I helped e. Noi
n in bettJ
Every girl and wo
regularity, falling feels, headache, luk
nilar female troubles. Cardui is safe,r
ientific. Try Cardui.

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Your Procrastinating Habits!

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Total Phosphoric Ad...14 per ct.
Potash.... ....... . 1.7, per ct.
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Jacksnviile, Florida.

The CLOSING OUT SALE we are nov conducting is nd

a "continuous performance" affair, but a gnuine closing oul

A purchaser will arrive in Ocala in about :en days from Phil

adelphia to take over the entire stock wiich is left on ot

hands at that time. 0

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Camp. J. R. Moorbead won the race;
time, 57 seconds.
There was next a half-mile exhibi-
tion heat by Bobbie. the beautiful an-
imal owned by Walter Ray. Time.
1:11 1-2.

There was also a three-quarter mile
,dj, lash for a track record by Falan.
,wn.,l by Mr. Htwitt, of lh,' Marion
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Lm HI'owell.. Anthcy. s. l \:e.C4 iCC81let~! I- 1':41)1
Point handikerchic1 tt..' e ih CrCa\-~~
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F. W. Ellison. Anthony. i,: .i\
grape wine.
p me E. Lindsay. .XnTVPn;
6e and drawn work (c'nti
f-cy aprons.
D. H. Irvine. Oran,.' Lak
ytf border, jars of Ltrapliri-
canned tomatoes., t.-'
le peaches, sour mrantlC 11r
Sgrape jelly.
Bolling. Oranze l;ak,'. (!:ir ,
A embroidery andl lat:ni,,
'pieces, drawn work .scar'. ,1
Zle.. drawn work i;,' c,,\
p4 thread basket.
Bae. one dozen ,t'k -11-.
B. B. Ricker. South La.,a \\'.
bidered center pieces. 4, i' .
I, pin cushion.
r. P. E, Civil. S!,rr. *'<>c ,, a!
.- matis. croch,,i la,,. Ir:n
center' p liece, fali ., :;.2.'1 '-
bed room shows. sCC'; ;,.
Work doilies, scar:.
Ada Hart'r. S;,;:. X\.-,,

J. M. I)ouglass. -Sli.1,y.1 t.! i
rIt cakes. canned. lb.i-. <,'
pickles. canrne,! iC,'liC "' ,-
erves. jar ii) ,' ;'il .h', i C.-'i
9e,, blackberri,,s. s. -;i. l, y.
Speeches, prest-ver\-,,d ,,a!'. *-
IVa, fig prese'r\es. gtav;i b'. '.
chow. blackber-y jam. kiVn-
L blackberry jelly. strawlitCy
apple jelly. called siava jdey.
grape jelly.. plum jelly
. .'G. OPln. Kendrick. on' ."k

jA. Buhl. Shady. wino an,! 21\y.

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t4xh ii it OP-C ,.viz Z. C. cl' am! .is:4 anld
porr.i Ed~ward~s. The' kiatt.Cis a'i el-
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The following from the San Mateo
Item illustrates what can be done on
Florida soil. and, what many good
farmers ar,' doing on the East Coast
where land] values ar bounl I to in-
crease rapi.!y,
"Six years ato T. D. (Trav y oth
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Home Cured Hams Bacon.

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We will be ready to store and cure meat, and

are prepared and fully equipped to handle all

meat offered us. We are better

have experienced men in charge.

ise you courteous and prompt s

square deal.

equipped and 4

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PhoQe 34, Long Distance Com.

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Is to make this institution a material
"> benefit to the community, and an ad-:.
v.: vantage to every niac and woman-to :
'"' y -u in particular.
:::: We offer every facility consistent Z
:v: with conservative banking. It is our .
..:[: Isiess to acccmmnolate the people.
:::: We invite you to join our growing

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ia idsome desks will be given some of our
omers this month. LET US TELL

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Jan. 1st, 1909

As we are de.110irous of
&I 1 SWereducing our line
S" ,of Winter Millinery we
have decided to offer to
our patrons duri;N thc coming few weeks a iret ieduc-
tio, on the cries of our entire line. This s:ock consists
cf all the latest styles and 'a-i Lons-not an old hat in the
iot. We respccifuIly solicit a call from our friends, and
feel certain that they will not fail to appreciate the exceed-
ingly low prices at which the goods are now being sold.
Visit our store whether you purchase or not, as t1e novel
ideas you will obtain here will assist you in selecting
your goods if you go elsewhere.


Parlors in Munroe & Chambliss Bank Building, Ocala.




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find reedections present jm to
beauto which cosi mv five ihout_--
and good dollar,
dfilled nic %vi~h happin--s:- wht,!,
was newv:


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A Washington special says that ac-
ting annder instructions of president
Roosevelt. the screzary of tb nnter-
i(or ha- Nxithk ia-\n from : nitr,-. s,-l.e-
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Nestled among the orange groves..w
Iini' trees and excellent truck lands.je
:i id, Peace River valley of south
I.'or'.;a, is ,the thriftyv litlle village of
\Va~inchulai. i^
blhinlg tho S-niinol,: war the sur-i

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( losue Tl 'itb h.-r
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When others '"ur 'f'l I2 ''- 12-- 2.':

Turned ,mi libe 1b.i~h i' '* !. v .'';' ,,
.poor or a sniil".
And left theoi, to fa',l in b.&i,- .
The dust and 1ih v:lo:'. h ny -V
have be.n vil.
Alas! my dar auio. my no, w ,-, --
My old broken auto. upon 1i s ri

How of:en I rac,,, over ns-;lvy bim',s '
wilh i, '
While the-9lT'ies behind nme -bonne, 1c
up in the air:,
I busied an'r xle tb,' fir-' week ; hali i
And escaped death ten limes by h A
width. of a hair: ;1
But now it is merely a fond! r,',;.inis- a
My hands on th g,,tqr 1 no lmz,'. c
defile: ,
I will n(ver ae3in cause ih, fa'1: ,'-*
to curse m' n
Or alenipt to (ake curvi-W ii 2 o-
hardy syle:
My long. rak: h auto. ,y lm!-:,-.l-n:
My old ljrokn r.' o. irio )n ",' C,.r'i:' I
pile. (
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The county division ;alk, is aa:lili
revving but it isn't half as imd aIas i"
will be before the lh,.i.-la -.;":' conv,, 4 ;,s
I April. From all r,',oris I)2,'i.
iOunvy wi!l I' cIm "'smailk'" in .
middle at the coming session an.]
addition of another counmv will n.;2ke
mre interesting history in coni,-c-
Ga with the makkine up ol Flb.ril.
Division has had lots to ,!o wib'
Florida counties. Comnmncinu ir.
1U12 by order of Gen. Jackson Florida
Was divided inqo two counties. W, ,t
o the Suwanee river was Escainlbia
ce"nty and all east of the Suwann'-
was St. Johns county.
In the first council held und<'r iov..
W. P. Duval in 1S22 two mor,' (o,(n-
tie were addled. Jackson couuii
was created with Suwannev.ri'or a,-s
f eastern boundary. and thl, Choc-
ltawatchie river for is wosirnu w(.un-

r -- IDuval county was: creaud \i:h ihe
Suwannee river for its- wvsi -rin iLllii-

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..... FOR 19( 8
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IT..is a usualthing as the Holidays 3pproac'o make the assertion that

Kthc stock "we are now carrying is the l'.rgcin the history of our busi-
nc-s,' but stale as the saying :nay be, this is t,.nly one that will exactly.
fit our casc this season. W-- have eleccted t' year s line more with a
view to quality than ever before, as we find th1)ur patrons demand the
--vbzst is th hid. Hb: ,,, wI -l.. a 71,hw i, th Jw-y line

that y 1) 4,)! a f for ? : he i : -Y C .

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S Bracelets Lockets Hat Pins
: .W\Vatch Fobs Brooches Cuff Buttons

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B e u Bet Buckle Necklace Fountain Pen

o- Stal Ring Band Ring Watch

S' iTnimble Stick Pin Lodge Pin

.. .1 t i ,i Sterg Siver Dining Room Sets, Tilet Sets, Chatea'

'' h SBags, Jew*elry Caskets, Clothes rushes, Etc.

*1 Nobby line of Gold and Silver Handle Jmbrellas.

I r > :.} Packardts Hand-Painted China in ndless-variety.

a i - : Phonographs and Hundreds (the Latest Recorl

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T '*'- *!' ": ,; :**"' *,P poultry Y a r d s .. . .

.. ,1 n,,,. :,' ,,,," I,.',; ;,,.i: S. C. Rhode Island Reds, Black Ai. I \ p | !\ |
-,. ,i ,I -. ,, C R e ad es Blknorcas, Barred Plymouth Rock. j 1 A i r
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"yojnl jj sovj1 ror szile. Pulle'tS, .
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T ,,.,pl,. :1, r '. 'n p :i ( il more are purhase,.l $ .;.I <\ !. _ '-
L i T, ;, ri,,'i i I': gs. best quality. $2 pir s, ttinSOg 01
-i two F ttingsf $":.. Class. N). 2 "
I~ fl('I'> 11 \1i $%. 50l "5 per setting: $2.511 r 20 o i-
-, ~" \: i<' h la : "1 neulbator sg $ peor 01W hlun,1 .eld.. | -,
C , Bo:o ,. (h), U.i, *, a n* j Book your orders now. so you will / '
(QI,,n1nv c;2 i % "li l 1. bi I- s,,rvedl first. My "Rock" are ihe le I II I a 1 y
WiV h c',ill' v .vi'i ,, in '.,!, i s!Ringlts. and neievr fail ( win, 0 J J A I
p e', ..H, ',,-"" ,'".. ,-.'-iV, '(,,, 11annl other stock c,,rr,,soli) lh Tly ,oo. ,--
p i""" i-si .- ; Mo. (,O: uarantee to ph.as,. or -- "

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