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: November 5, 1909
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Local and Personal.

Mr MeCorkle was able to be up

A handsome little son was born a
abort time ago to Mr. and Mrs. John
inaight at the home of Mrs. night's pa-
rvats. Mr. and Mrs. Eminisor, on Mag-
e m street.

Mr Nick Myers, living across the
Oklewaha river, was a visitor Tues-

Mr Louis R. Cbazal left Tuesda)
afternoon for a short business trip to
New York City.

Mr and Mrs. Cecil Bryant have re:
tsemod bome from a short visit to the
former's parents at Belleview.

k has been officially announced
tbt the Military Academy at West
Petat will play no more football this

Mr. Harry Stalberg, one of the
PFhiehate City's prosperous young
meereats. was in the city on Tues-

Mrs. Pearson Moody of Jackson-
rMNr. after spending several days at
[ake Weir. has returned to Ocala and
is the guest of her aunt. Mrs. W. S.
Pke. for a short while.

Mr. Will Counts of Grahamville was
compelled to have one of his legs am-
etated Tuesday. Some time ago his
leW received a trivial bruise, but con-
itiued to grow worse, until amlputa-
tion mas necessary.

The readinii club held a very dtl-
tirhtfuil meeting Tuesilay afternoon
with Mi-s Sarah McCreery. and Jh"-
ou tidy el Spanish life, eustonim, .n'd
a haact* r wias continued. and th.- hli-
-i current topics of interest were di.--

Th. little son of Mr. Link was con-
mide.rably shaken up and bruised last
atordla morning by a fail from a
.w'n -ertolt l. injured. we are zl:,d i(j r,
(41rt Orlando Sentinel.

The. tair officials, with th. rcwlp of
,-rn.i of the city officials, have water-
ad and rolled the race track at the
lair g1rounids and it will Ih iin ZO-
eint dititi liy the tine the fair oji, fi-.

Th case of Arthur Hardaker vs.
the Tampa-Havana luniber Company
still arll'v tl, tried before .ludso Bul-
tork in this city Thursday. as about
that tiuim' .ludge Bullock will be in the
mnild- of the Beville murder trial at

Mr Joseph H. lIaRue and Mr. F. 1.
IaiRue. who will take charge of The,
ikala TndI of the Ocala-Burbank land
.chheni. arriveed in Ocala y 'steri.1 \
.nd 1 i'l ol et'iii the John 1). Rolier;-
..i, bt.il.lin:z ont Main st reot. *<>"ib -
-. r. (taal;a manner office.

*' .olh .n McClmnond '. aln o"f 'r.
I \l.'lyinonds of this cit and ati
on t In~ hinn'.elf a citizen of our (coui-
i h,-ie on a visit. iHe is now a cil-
naz.n of Sani Francisco and is general
tr. igh agent of the Pacific Freight
Sxpres Company. He is looking well
and his friends are glad of the pleas-
utre of greeting him.

Joe lavis of Summerfield was in
tow Tuesday. and said that a number
noew people were coming in on ac-
rUUI of the advertising methods erm-

VlOyw by those who recently purchase
v4 the large tract of land near Sum-
mfreMld. and are cutting it up into
gaall farns and selling to prospective
tiers TMhe people are giving them

te right hand of fellowship.
tbr that have already landed
to be well pleased.


S Am-0g those attending the meeting
t the Confederates Tuesday at the
ontil chamber was Capt. F. H. Ly-
tip of Lake Weir. a former citizen of
TeaPase. At the outbreak of hos-
Mtlttie Capt. Lytle was in the prime
of life and was old enough to realize
the magnitude of the struggle, and liv-
e4 it a section of country where pub-
Mc iemtiment was very much divided.
Sti experience and knowledge of
thebe times are interesting and many
of thlm are quite thrilling. He is a
captivating talker and his friends are
4a ways glad to have him amongst
Shew The old soldier passed the
.thb mile post some time back. but is
si6| base anl vigorous, so much so
- I m-u-h- 2

The Hallowe'en party given on tht,
law or th Mehois c *ur* an

lawn of the Metthodist churcn and Expressive of our mid-winter spring
parsonage Friday evening, under the wer, the decorations of Mr. and Mrs.i
auspices of the Epworth League. was Robrt A. Burford's lovely home Wed-
a pronounced success, being largely ines.iay evening, when they entertain-
attended by the young people, who o,- several hundred guests in honor of
had a royal good time. The beauli- their son. Ensign Robert Allen Bur-
ful moonlight night was ideal for the ford. '. S. N.. and his young bride.
occasion, and to add to the cheerful- Throughout the lovely rooms huge
Throughout the lovely rooms huge
ness of the scene a huge bon-fire was hunches of yellow daisies in large vas-
hunches of yellow daisies in large vas-
kept burning in the center of the
,s ek were placed about the rooms, and
lawn. Jack-o-lanterns shone here and:t'
a the tire places in all of the rooms
there, revealing features of the most i t r
w re banked with ferns and the yel-
grotesque character. The guests camen.o.. o t c
masked, and by eight o'clock the lawn a N o t u glass
presented a weird scene, with the vases, filled with big yellow chrysan-
presented a weird scene, with the th4murns were also used in the decor-
i'ha'n:unts were also used in the decor-
many solemn-visaged witches moving
many emn-vsage atons. and dozens of big feathery
with stately tread around the blazing .
fire or strolling in groups along the .ern.evergreen and yellow-shaded
sidewalks and up towards the public lights completed the artistic ensem
Sble, the whole forming an effective
square, striking terror to 'the hears sltng for the beautifully gowned wo-
of several who had forgotten the pre-- -
men and the handsome men. The
ence of the Hallowe'en season. Next ening
evening suggested April instead of
to the church stood a cozy booth, with- in, i
.N\fvirlber, and was the ideal one for
in which Miss Hattie Carlton. arrayeo ann.tainmnt.
n the an n.,. irain tent.
in tna xrIr. j.T a ua'tirh cevledheoge tst


.. ... .. o .................. .Mrs. B!rford received her guests
the guests their past, present and fu-
\e\arinny a very handsome gray satin
ture history. The trembling guest. ifullv fashioned. and she
-,- c-.rn. hbautifully fashioned. and she
having been admitted into (Cijous.
having been admitted into ('ajo0c <-arri,1 an armfull of white chrysan-
Cave. was shown a monkey sitting inl-nn s. ieeiving with her were
a tree, and this represented the past: nsin and Mrs. Robert
then the guest was shown into a muir-urord and iss Mary ur-
ror, and this represented the present, a
and before departure each gutt wn va 1
handed a card. upon which was w. it- i brid e very ( ainty
t:: b,1'. ely and wvs gowned in satih
ten an appropriate stanza prophe ttic
of the future history. A tub of water She crrie bride's ros-
d in h,'r i: ir wore a prettN
with floating apples affordi.d u. .ia e
r, o :" lie. fors, her marriage
_musenient to those who alt lcilt, to l.oa'ir tirsr to Ensign IMir
lift the, apples from the tub w-i'h lh I, i .iy M ra o
teeth and without the us. o-if t! ,' ,
hands. Several apples were slrs;i. l s. S a a alight
'' .;,"'! c i;'rrnil!u voiiniu girl. and the-
,lu by strings from ihe trel .an' d tml ; voung girl. and th
1 e'" ycwgl hahand and his
guests tried their skill in a: r. : r i
shooting at the apple-, with ,,t : . ; .t (.i:' i:-;,nces.
arrows. In this contest Mr. -it. "
i t \';' hntr'",rdl. ilb- voun- lady
was the most successful arcl'.. h was. i
meant that Cupid's arrows i-l p : ttractiva
ed his heart, and that hle wo\(u. b
S \.. '- i- .i: ` '] v-'llHow stIripedi
the first of the coir'tstantss t) \ 1. I ,al
In the midst of the lawn stiwid .1 ra ..a a i .i, ,l. i
Indian wigwam, which lo.okl ~;' :s anl ; yard
picture.-que in the Inoo ,:li: h ;r ', i ,a ,., ti, ,l.ia d with lap-
seated within the dinmly liht t , I cic lighs, ai -
.r ,;I ,1 o ct ric lights, and
was the Gypsy fortune ;ellr. -- : lrf
-;,. ; fh,.v,11,.1 al i\,.l at the lHurfolt
0.ldo. arrayed in appropriat-, ,. .t:. .
Many and .-.triking were th,, si'w' i's "- t5 *" t' f a t I I ,
I. s T p re so n t a n d fu tu re fo ri HM t I,( ; .. , ,4, r little M, se
lat,'d b this skilled orlun, 1,..!...':'. ,* F
who was none other than M1is. t
c'. '''(i' i-(d t Oi aaal- o f the
hull. Seated near the ,a: h ir,. \ ,(.'. itn w ri t I a ,
Mizit le, (llighled mat i af (i ai .r1 . a o Wm ; gowne I and
with thel' revelations of paliniistry. T h i w m n ah host (
zu'ists were then invited t. ,, h' -,t he ,=
Sal, i -z 4-ss. They were Mrs. E. H.
in ha. lawn loaded with va'h;t:.-: i:-uit s... I a fd _____
Ars. "i. 1E V\ n ,I i od. _M_.E. P.1
a:,1 during th, marshinallh, nl t.:';. Mrs. L \'. Dural. Mrs. M.1
which followed a ue a. lish,I. .Mrs .1. iV. person. Mrs. W.I FUNERAL OF AN I
lornied around the t fire(, nl ;i, i, p a ,-.
\as entaraineawihsaaI. vii. Mi. .'rail, Harris. Mr. The' body of little Ruby
.wasi. L. I,!ov I \rs. Edward Tiol- infant dautghteri of Mr. an,
stories of a m ost thrillhiiii ; i',-1'. i,-,
tes of a most thrilling. \V. Pullk. Mrs ('. ; i:evant. was lnid to res
SItllip-'i anl, Mr. Cordlle. o an. F- d Mrs Rich S.a-h of the success a t a-it t'. l h f h' u;r-. :n;il f e WfTfair was 1, o(t o i-munC par' s acicompl)lni
i- attriiut.d to the eh n rzt'i' c pl.- ,-- .*: i > on t
,, ; ,< lli",ri'lri t a-\ *..; iJ n il ,Iob Iv l Iy the t (-it,.nlet Vry. Ili
lha' '.ifltaal v'et' lnresil !IT oaa: i 9- !. --I
t it p I,, vii 1 1O f px .'is covered with lov*tly I
s oa' N a .. t a i '. i t Uth ft,;i,',:l i y! tll ala'Or Rev. H. II. l:itrnett of tli
1 Miss Lnui'se Nixi. :. si ch :i- Miss Lucile S nni- hurch coiidctl th f
1.1\ M -- .L on lio B a r n it, M i- M.a i'\ , t f l
I- \ :,il. Mis- arai Davis ~ ia- '. l Thl -s at thi li(house, anda spol
H I] aiidl tlihte' others whose. nam.i. ts ldhaeth
:1.i;; i. :litS d-ot,'h;lt, (led w ilth : ., a S (o' V,']" (vlom fo 'l 1( t t,. 1i vit'd #]I
-111 lw, ,il'- ,'en nent.one(d.
S nton; land w\\hilt tullc. ltli' ii ,la l i- ilie' Rubliy vwa- ltour

A GOOD SUGGESTION ,l3a gr ije's antl \-i'so. th' tlile ;,id ol and -as tha' only ch
;vines extending from t l.e flour cor- 'd alth is a git'rat blow to)
As many. if not all. the readers of ners of the table to ihe grille work MIr. and .Mrs. liryant
the Banner are interested in our above. and Mrs. 0. A. Farris of
county fair, a much needed improve- In the dining room big yellow chrys came up and were preser
mnnt. and one that would be a joy so anthemums added to Otle attractlv,- neral of their little gram
long as the fair lasted, would be a ness of the lovely table. The Cluny
waiting, or rest room, in one of the table cloth was over yellow, and the Mr. James H. Badger v
exhibit rooms for women and children. i vases of flowers were placed on a Oldtown Tuesday, and a
Last year at Tampa's fair, the W. C. glass and silver reflector. Cut glass meeting of the Confedera
T 1. had a very attractive one, with bon bon dishes, silver compotteres He has but recently retu
several ladies to receive each day. Let and glass candle-sticks, with yellow visit to San Antonio. Texa
the Woman's Club of our city unite shades, were also used on -the table. that Texas is a fine counr
and have an attractive booth, where Ferns and vases of yellow daisies with good people and the
tea and cheap lunches could be had, and candles were used on the mantel idly filling up with immi
and thus start a fund for the much and sideboard. thinks. however, that FIh
hoped for Woman's Club hall. A salad course, with coffee, nuts, better state for the avera?
M. A. P. olives, wafers. etc., was served in the That we make as good cc
.* dining room and the back sitting cotton. raise as good cows
The above suggestion is certainly room. hogs. but the "Lone Star
a good one. and the Ocala W. C. T. U. During the hours of the reception us on good horses. lie si
are not one bit behind their sisters of the Ocala Concert Orchestra of seven lands out there are almost
Tampa. for they, together with the pieces played very beautifully, tht reach of the average imn
King's Daughters, have made applica- music adding greatly to the pleasure his advice is to stay in F)
tion to the officers of the Marion of the evening, are here and come to Fl
County Pair for space, and they in. The married set were invited from are elsewhere, and in s
tend to have a rest room that will be seven-thirty to nine-thirty, and the home where lands are che
a bon to the visitors and a credit to latter part of the evening was given pets flattering.
themselves. over to the unmarried set. The rugs
MRS. E. E. PACKHAM. and furniture were removed from the Handsome Lir
Pres.-Elect Ocala W. C. T. U. rooms, and for an hour or more the Read Tr imm
young people enjoyed a delightfully r
On Thursday, November llth. Miss informal dance. T L di
SElsie Drayton. one of the November Mr. and Mrs. Burford's reception -a
Ibrides-to-be. will be given a handker- for their brilliant son andl his lovely All Styles andl Sh
I chief and stocking shower by her sis- young bride was one of a .rat deal -AT-
- .er-in-law. Mrs. Haines Drayton. This of social pleasure to their guests. J. KLEIN'S S1
a is one of a number of enjoyable so-
.. ._ ..-.-.... \Vi TPT.--T -Tcn cg '.ndi.hanl chnwur u. 1- A A. i 1,,, rv.,w.,.

While Attending the Marion

County Fair Nov. 24,25, and 26

TOU ARE INVITEDh to make the store

of H. B. Masters Company your shopping

place. You will find a strictly up-to-date line

of merchandise in every department, Thy are
the leading Outfitters for Ladies and Gentlemen.
- -


Dress Goods and Trimmings

7 he newest Collars, Belts, Sash Pins, Hosiery, Hand Bags, Etc.

Everything in Men's Ready-to-Wear Goods

in their Clothing Department. Stetson and Knox Hats, Cluett.
Peabody's Shirts and Collars. Exceptional values in Men's,
Young Men's and Boy's Shirts; also nice line of Trousers.
Large line of Men's and Boy's Caps, Suit Cases and Trunks,
Ties, Handkerchiefs. Underwear in wool and Balbriggan.


Six Pair Six Months
Also large line ot guaranteed "New Port" Overalls

Complete line of S


)ES for Men, Ladies and Children


Call on us often whether you are trading or not. Make our
store your headquarters while in Ocala. Prompt and courteous
attention to all. Yours truly,



..n ... ,,


The council held an interest ing ses-
.'ion last night. Ev',ry al0!-riian's
seal was occupied.
-Mlr. .Moorhead appeared andl *,xplain-
ed ihe nias.,reiieintits for the curbing
(lon .Magnolia street.
'I'lie following comnunica'ion fromnl
tht mayor was read:
To the Honorable BIoard ot Aldermen.
('ity of Ocala:
<;eitleanieii- short time. ago the
*i!n at ,gre't expense plavet I 'rtain
portions of the streets with vitrified
brick. and while this was done for the
benefit of ordinary traffic and of the
public generally, it was not intended
ias a convenience for extraordinary
traffic, nor for the benefit of the few.
It has been called to my attention
that wagons loaded with heavy pine
logs are using the streets paved with
brick, with the result that the paving
material is being broken, and the
streets seriously damaged. This is
not an occasional use. but -dailly pro-
cessions of these teams pass to and
fro over the streets mentioned.
I urge your body to pass some ordi-
nance setting aside certain streets for
the use of wagons engaged in the
hauling of logs. or other heavy mate-
'al over a certain weight, and forbid-
ding the use ;f these streets paved
with brick for that purpose.
I again call your attention to the
failure of the committee appointed to
investigate the practicability of pro-
curing pure water for-the city, and
ask that your body insist upon a re-
port. Sufficient. time has elapsed for
a thorough investigation, and'no ap-
parent reason exists for not making a
.. D. ROBERTSON. Mayor.

The board of county commissioners
finished their business and adjourned

Men's Serge Suits
In flue and P.larkr







~.. I


Hallowe'en night is tht. on.- miaii
of the year who i spirit s. hn a.'
fairies maken in rr .aill hi, ,...,r.
tien always m; .1 iiihappy ') .*.. :or
:hia children Mis.. Mar,.,.- ,ad..
son ga%#e her !;i;<4 in,. al s, ;a i. a i
t"'an ball. and ih .. rlini ? 1, a.. ,
reve''lry and in- rr:: nt I o r a t 't, h*
folks. .A11 were in i i i: .,{,'; -I $
all day precd'(' ing ,lan - .1.-1. ...
excitement preva led aruUgO. r0
groups of children ,*bo got i.aka' Sr
to make ready for the ball.
Miss Anderson hai the h til %*ery
prettily decorated ilhL pai'n., IsCM
and-other palms and black vat *pps
ders, black and Wnid butimng a&d4 tb,
"qr Hallowe'en insignia consmite,4
the hall's adol'rnment.
Many of the parents of *h*- rbitlr-
were present to witness the- mias-rh
and the dancing of th* little foels.
which was lndee:d a pretty sighi
"The dance opened with a 'gheao
drill, led by Minss Carolla* Ha-fma
and Master Julius Brown Th Imal
was darkened and each child was
gowned in shetst and pillow raom.
and carried a pumpkin lasalrn on a
wand, and very "'spooky" 4dd they
look. There were about twelty a e-
pies participating.
After this drill tbero. w,-re waNae.
two-stept and the Virgfula r,-.l. Ws**
Edlra CulYvi house furnilbing thb. ass-
After niln- o'n-lock tbh vlalinre po
allowed the privileg* of daertig. aa4
until eleven o'elork the alaUw'v.a
revelries conTinued 0

Mr. A. .J L.~.aven e was qn frf
Stanton yer.rd;,y. and ho- a fr ...I
good o .er ttl, \ictor) ,,f th aln-, '
force- in his '-*lectton li.-ri, rhe
hog., -ill no b.- allol l ,1 a 0 ao
large in that baillih.k i: .,,. ,

Frank Harris. Jr. of 'h.,i4 et,
Present at the fool i.all ,an.- ., i ....








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NOw Buildifgs der Course of Con- Colonel Watterson has written a
s truc'ma e.ral Intereting very characteristic letter to the Lou-
Features to be Seen-Horse isvlle Courier-Journal.
Races a Drawing Card isvie ends C ourier-Journal.
Times-Union Bureau, Ocala, Oct. 30.' He ends it as follows:
-Preparations for the Marion County "Sitting upon a broken branch of
Fair, which is to be held in this city the ruined castle of the Counts of
November 24 to 26, inclusive, are now Flanders, I read the proceedings of a
M my b. sad how it flki on in earnest, and many surprises are recent meeting of amiable democrats
in store for those who attend. For held at Saratoga, N. Y. I know them
Sm a iS"my lad and f t the past two months a large force of all; greatly esteem and respect them.
M as mmd a ed red Its strlp ftor- men have been engaged in erecting They must forgive me if I say I can-
S 0.glmiB ; new buildings and improving the not repress the rather depressing
mha. a rmSS : m grounds. A prominent citizen of this memory of the "Three Tailors of Tu-
hft amd true blue. with stars that section, after viewing the grounds, ley Street."
S S i 'ot the day, a shel- this morning, said that every citizen "Political movements do not take
tar tlumgh the aight. in the county would be indebted to their rise in committee rooms, nor
Sa s MA y. o, ad h President Robinson and Secretary find their level in ready-made resolu-
Bfiu and my ag. and oh, how
INN iI t s be Williams for the good work which they tions. Their sources are the springs
1b@f I md my land secure within have accomplished after months of and rivulets of human action, hidden
kr tK md my heart beat quicker study and work. among the far-away hills and trick
at the Uslgt; To the prospective settler, a better ling thence, at first slowly and un-
and wind-tossed. the red opportunity of what Marion county seen, until They gather volume and
MAg blue a"white;
me M g the great fla, the flag ror soil produces has never been offered. momentum and swoop down in tor-
me ad yi ; Here one may see at a glance the de- rents upon the valleys below. States-
wa else badle. t a velopment of everything that woulc men sometimes foresee the coming
be of interest to a tiller of the soil. stream, time its arrival and guage its
PRANK HARRIS, Editor Months could be spent in investiga- force and successfully ride it in their
P. V. 6mVe, Brimes Manager tion and not be able to gain the same tiny boats; the politician is lucky who
-? information which could be seen at a is able to save himself from its on-
P1OAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1909 glance at the coming fair. ward sweep. Between the periodic ag-
S- -. The policy of the committee this stations of nature lie many seasons of
A tas storm is ragf g in Alaska. year is to have a short fair rather fair weather and long stretches of dry
than a prolonged display of exhibits. land, where the ways are plain and
What hs become of Amos Quito? For a short period the exhibits can be travel easy. These are redolent of
-.mes-Usteam. kept fresh and presentable and will unimportant politics and self-seeking
leave a better impression of the ad- politicians, partisan crimination and
ets are two to one on Gaynor in vantages that are offered in this sec- recrimination, mean back-bitings and
SYork. Good. tion. small bookkeeping. Neither in Eng-

"W crcl h hian Dade- City Arrangements are complete for the land nor in the United States have
Shr i Dade City agricultural and horticultural display) we anything larger just now; in Eng-
SaI cmpleUo, which will excel anything ever held land the Budget, in America the tar-

Tgsads saw the Buffalo Bill in Florida. The agricultural building iff-one extreme shrieking 'socialism,'
SI Jak ToUle. has been enlarged and another build- the other crying 'privilege;' nobody
ing has been erected for the negro ex- more than half afraid, because every-
Mrs. Oliver H. P. Belmont is soon hibits, which will give still more space body is less than half sincere. Op-
Smw an a authoreMs. to the agricultural exhibits. portunism seems the only wear. To
Those in charge are perfecting ar- me all this is child's play. I have
prm. I'to's assas Isi defiant. He rangements for a most attractive pro- fought battles; have met dragoons;
*ws he did the deed to avenge Ko- gram of amusements, which will in- have survived disasters. So has the
-. elude many new features, and which country. So someone else must lose
which exclude everything of an ob- his sleep, if he will, and walk the
KIowing a good thing when you jectionable nature.. floor. There will be no scientific re-
me It is all right, but utilizing it is a Considerable interest has been man- adjustment of the duties to fit the
ew bieal better. ifested in the racing program, which grooves of revenue and revenue only
Swill no doubt add considerable to the in my time. Protection, like slavery,
Tb [)mde (ity Star Is five years
It Is a denial of the story that success of the fair. The program will is too complicate, too interlaced with
Seoung. include a number of automobile races controlling interests, too intrenched
t- gMd d youn."for cars of different power, bicycle, in power to abate one jot of its preda-
As awful cloudburst occurred in running and trotting races. The la- tory prerogative or lower its black
Ask Tuda. The loss is estiat-dies' driving contest will be a special flag to what it calls clamor. Like
Million feature and special prizes will be of- slavery, the synonym of aristocracy,
d ml eosfered. The race course is now in per- it will resist every advance, holding
su- the ook worm" disease in feet condition and is one of the fast- the republican party, as slavery held
rew in the south in order to get est in the south. The track has been tlhe democratic party, answerable.
tlhe. a.- million of John lee's. worked over and has been re-topped The democratic party grew so strong
with the best track material obtaina- under the ministrations of slavery as
Th. Tampa Tribune is now getting ble. Nearly lo00 loads were rsed in to make its exit the signal for a war
a oNtaait enoughh to have a hearing the work. of sections. Shall protection, main-
St the "*orUn circulation" bunch. The railroads and express company training republicanism. grow so strong
have shown themselves heartily in as to precipitate a civil war. when,
As lvin*rnes. firm has received ai, favor of the fair. and are doing ev- hiringg some period of famine, the
enter f,.r twenty *a:rl ods of lumber. erything possible to aid in making it multitude rises to assert the rights of
Thi- -, on. of the !arks- orders han- a big success. the many? That is the danger before
die. 1:1 s1,4' tine A feautre of special interest will he us. the lion across our national high-
- tbh corn contest for lads under It; way. hut it see-mns to U'e yet a long
Vf'i M.wrs is -itin, advertised as years of age, and open to every farm- way off. II. W.
a ..Iorida .-auty s pt It is. too. e boy in Marion county. Dl)r..J. (. "'(lc;el Royal. ;he.nt'
I'. cas so sil.. and umil.s and ito. Boozer is the donor of the prizes. One --_
as.- ,; I,.!'Tier on<. '.hundred and eighty) boys have en;:ered Comiparisons are often made to the
I, .. t h i:" li. t i'Obhs. !this contest and aplications have been ,ii.sadvantages of th I'nit,'I Stat's.
1. ,l '.A' ^ l.,! iS i ;. 'r onlv ht'.received from eighty farmers for the bttw,,een the roads of America atn(l
*iltih 1h" !thin ti ".:'" on.ry wahr. totlher contests. Thte display of prizt. :i:ose, of Eur),|ean nations. The olI
e corn will be a surprise >ven to farm- (.,ln'itries ultlqleleslionlahl v li;i\ e ,lcel-
aust*Iint.: 'ii *i0 p(-rs of this count\.-Ocala (Cor. Times- l',dl r,\ad systems much superior o10

1 L.\ ; -,. I.' ,, | ; >:.1\s l:." f il l 'i i ioll l !!.:.i in This oIni ry. lbut on i l tlh' ,tir ,
o,1 *".. a,,.i1, will soi i,' il NoVe' lb'r.; --- -- -- ---- I tl,.ir ilrobllh mis haivet not Ixe.,n so
11' | i. -t: ):on,' t. the' inld then OILING THE STREETS I iiftie''lt iiand i] \ htae had tiuch n-t'r.

3'. 1;o I tl'-t ih c.'illl n sense of
It I \t I. "ii :til pI t ,pl says Presideint
T-I' I' i ..- io' rit Henrl y W\att'r-
>I|h ., -' 1 !~er tron Lotndoni on tht-
to r i.!i *l.a f 10-"itf

Mart'' .\ Aoirous an1 (oithlrs of At-
l ati. :,,'* thought tlhe Arripleka saw-
fnill 1 a .'td! ti "ita.'. aPasco county
I is ii6 p o eI',d t int11 I ro . r'l, in Florida.

l'.-1.lhants arc supposed to have con-
sId.rrutdi' scnse. but the one that
charged Mr Roosevelt didn": show it.
No UaMre sense than the G. 0. P. ele-
phant has in this country.

Is asking those two and a quarter
billon questions by the census enu-
merators. maybe some one of them
will tell us about "How old was Ann?"
-Jackso ville Florida.

That ten-foot collard on exhibition
nows in Kissimmee would make Mrs.
Wiggs' cabbage patch look like a
beach of lettuce.-Jacksonville Flor

Tbe Peary-Cook controversy re-
Itads us very much of the "sworn
ert'alatwio" of the Times-Union and
Metropolts. and is just about as inter-
sttlag -Jacksomville Floridian.

We suggest that Editor Humphries
buila that lost hat with him to the
sest meeting of the State Press As-
martatlon. to be held in Lake City.-
lake City ladex.

i ii sip.'aiin; g of oiilin: tlihe si'ir t' s I
tilt' Star copi's an item troim Il'.is ; ,a-
per. and says that wvt- ought to Ii
considerate' and Ir asonal)!'. NW he-alr-
tily subscribe to this proposition. W1
ought 1to h'e 'r'asoiable and cn( '''-
ate at all tiii es and on ill occasions.
We ought iinever to demand til, i;mpos-
sible. Is hle Blannerl t ii.ontisid erat<'.
unreasonable and asking the impossi-
ble in this affair? Let's soec. WeV are
informed that sonit time last. June Al-
derman Duval introduced a resolution
to have certain streets of the city oil-
ed as a matter of experiment solely.
The resolution was passed. Nothing.
however. was done. Ai a later period
the resolution was again introduced
and again passed, and still nothing
was done. We understand that for a
third time the resolution was brought
up and passed. and here the ides of
November are nearly upon us, and
nothing done. And when we gently
refer to the matter we are told that
we must be reasonable and consider-
ate-that money is lacking. Yet we
continue sprinkling the streets-or
continue making a pretense in that
direction-when it is said that oiling
will cost less than sprinkling.
If we were allowed to say a word
we would say that our city govern-
ment is too complex-nine aldermen
and a mayor are too many. What
Ocala needs. in our judgment, is a
commission-one or two paid men to
look after its affairs.
A distinguished lawyer said in our
presence no longer than yesterday
that a man in a successful business
rarely mad#a good councilman, for the

Il." in whi'h to s ,lve them. Ttir)
.' ,1 .\-' ':< i ,i [;i, ,' ;it oed S t:it *'s,.
.'irasiitred in nil,'s, is the mo-It tr,-
t i'inidolus posse.ssed 1I) aiNiv country int
hit, history\ of :h,' world According
to a careful road consuis lit' lehngtl.
,of all Anmerican road's amounts io I2.-
L,." iiimilts The mos! liberal **s-
tliiat- of ilh, annual expendi'llliture t on
tsoIl t roads. both in money and in lia-
bor. is .Po .'ii .itilie or about one dollar
pet capital. England. with only l."t..-
1oiem miles of road. spends $si.oiuii .tOmi
a year, or 14 times as much per mile
as does the United States. If we were
tc spend as much upon our roads as
the English, the annual cost of main-
tenance alone would be more than
$1.000,000.000. It is manifestly impos-
sible. therefore, to bring the entire
American road system to the high
standard of England within a short
period of time.-Frederic J. Haskins.

It was Roscoe Conkling who re-
marked: "When Mme. Roland said,
'Liberty. liberty, how many crimes
are committed in thy name?' she had
no conception of the possibilities of
the word, reform.-Evening Sun.
With due respect to a contempor-
ary. this is not what Conkling said.
Conkling would have scorned such a
mollycoddle comparison. What he act-
ually said in his historical attack on0
George William Curtis was that when
Dr. Johnson defined patriotism as the
last refuge of a scoundrel he had no
conception of the possibilities of the
word reform.-World.

In order that the quality of stand-
ard of the electric incandescent lamp
outDut may he maintained and im.



A famous "jewel" is now in the
possession of King Edward. It is
none other than the memorial locket
designed by the widowed Lady Mar-
garet Lennox to commemorate 26
years of wedd(-d love with the regent
of Scotland, the famous Matthew,
Earl of Lennox, who was assassinated
3,38 years ago. Lady Margaret was
known as his "most, most sweet
Madge." and through all the storms
of their most stormy lives they were
true to their love the one for the
other. In the quaint lettering and
emblems of he"r famous "jowTl" til
devotion has Ibeen impressed. It is a
heart of gold two or three inches
across. enriched with g'mis and enam-
el. It has hidilden spriiins and revolv-
ing doors, angels' anl death's heads.
clasped hands- aind a lPho(nix, flames
anid darts and ilrhyming mottoes. .
London paper says "it need-s wholo
pages properly to describe and ex-
plain th'e criticc work. and it is easy
to believe that it is nior (1 qluaint anIl
curious than i; is Iis.autiful. But. in
spite of its odldity,. it clearly tells its
palhletic story of Lennox's devotion
and love. Dominating a Il its tmyste-
rious fanc('ies on,' sees tihe plain i de-
vice, ;i ;narguriie flower Iurniing to
the set-ing sun. Lady Mararet wore
this "'jewel" ill her deatll.--lohstoll
I! riall.


ville carnival changed so as n
conflict with the Ocala fair, have
unsuccessful, so we will have to
ourselves so as to attend each.
rus County Chronicle.

The business men of Ocala
petitioned the railroad commissi<
a union depot for Ocala. The si
route would have been to petitic
railroads. The railroad comm
is not in the depot building bus
-Punta Gorda Herald.

The losses from forest fires in
aggregate the enormous sumnt of
000o.110. At the start these fires
have been easily extinguished w
single bucket of water. It is an
evidence how things grow big
very humble beginnings.

A comninendaihle spirit exists in
Oak, as;; as evincedI by the last
of the Suwanne(- Democrat.
consisted of twenty-four pages.
about half of the space taken upi
advertiseren ts of enteriprisingI
of thal city.--Punta Gorda Hera

SteamIlloat t afflc on the lower
sissippi is reported to ha e beer
ulp because the negro crews reii
ashore to ht ar the news of .Jackh
son's fight with Kr-ichel. Stuier
thlie race (lilisiion \vil note this do
stratioli of the nt'.ro's advance in
ilil z ioni.-\\Worl-d.

li 0ak ; -Ivce the ('(*tf'tler:t'f
( r;INs ;Na i'tll ()ll's w' lc(oll.' "-

lot to

on for
)n the

could I
vith a
inlitf hr

from for failure on ti is Ii t,.. ..I
that. Hut th chief i,', .' .
southtirn fmie s si'i ti ..
Live to blame forhI th, di-i; '
issue Y tl his s-t liier- kIn v i,.'
which to blatWi. ani t, .
with magnaniinit( .,n, 1 ,,1 ..
with lives.
firms (Geteral Le' ,' .I -i ,
ldt. When Cha'rl.- I ,
'd to it fIllo -,
7 Mis- Inouinc('t.tnt t ot i, i ,,
S tied I Ilh, orig4 in of !'. 4 1, .
gained \ 'estigator. v 1i;o ha,Il
.John- not tion. said: 1.. 1
its of with it.' Th ,. .,
1mon- ition hr ii n n. *

lt arw iniso n i.iihi *t .1 ,
S'iv isn:. Itm liia w 0 ,
rthnr Iiook (fl'.,-. e 1,

MARTIN AMOROUS COMES TO; John D. Rickefeller gives the sum
FLORIDA of one million dollars to fight the
S--- "hook worm" disease in the south.
Martin Amorous, until recently -
!councilman from the sixth ward, and If cotton goes any higher, one may
chairman of the council finance com- expect a heavy sale of airships to
mittee, has acquired a substantial in- southern farmers.-Atlanta Journal.
iterest in the Arripeka sawmills, locat-
If Mark Twain can see nothing fun-
ed at Fivay, Fla., and has been made If Mark Twain can see nothing fun-
general manager of that important;,Y in his son-in-laws name, wedont
lumber industry. see how so many newspapers do.-At-
For the immediate future at least lanta Journal.
She will make Fivay his residence in! The Donaldson Line steamer, Hes-
order that he may have direct and tia, bound for Glasgow, went ashore
personal supervision over the plant. Tuesday and thirty-four lives are sup-
These mills art among the biggest inapos t hve been lost.
the south and operate in what is per- pos to have n lost.
haps the most extensive tract of yel- Captain J. R. Tucker, 74 years of
low pine left standing in this section. age, recently d(lied at St. Petersburg.
The company is omposed of Atlan is said that he was the oldest rail-
ta and Boston men, the organizers be-road conductor in the state.
ing H. M. Atkinson. Preston S. Ark-
wright, Martin F. Amorous, all of At-j The Atlantic Coast Line railway
lanta, and Gordon Abbott and C. F. wants to issue bonds in the sum of
Ayer of Boston. The fact that the $i50.00(0,o00.. The managers believe
surnames of all fi'e organizers begirL that a sum of this size is necessary
with "A" gave rise to the town whert- for rolling stock and betterments.
the mills are located being called "Fi-
vay." Mr. Amorous was a director in The Perry Heral,l says that only
the company in 1904. In 100o(; he with- handsome men will be eligible to of-
drew to devote h.is time to the Union fice when the women are allowed to
Pinopolis mills at Kingwood. Some vote. There is one thing certain, no
months ago, however, he exhausted old bachelors, whether ugly or cth'r-
the timber resources of that camp, wise. will be allowed to creep into of-
and he'has now re-identified himself fice.
with the Florida mills. ------- -
It was incorrectly reported at first Every train and boat brings more
that Mr. Amorous had bought out the people into Manatee, and it is getting
Arripeka property. Such, however, is to be a serious question just what
not the case. though. he has been to do with them. Guess we'll have tc
made a director in the company and start a tent ciqy. Life in a tent on the
owns considerable stock in it. C. F. Manatee would not be so bad after
Ayer of Boston continues president all.-Manatee Record.
and Gordon Abbott chairman of the - -- -- -
executive committee.-Atlanta Jour- The efforts of the Marion County
nal. Fair Association to have the Jackson-

V*W hen' I firs: dlcid< d o allo, t ( v "r" (t :I" hI l,"IdI Ir ;(l d i 1 (1la ce. G In.' ,rr,| \\ ;i.... ,
I' :1 ( nldid al !or conur'. 1 -v..nt out m ui,;, rn ,,,,isiy ..]. <,, ('., mll.,i, liundi r lor 0 n,"I:, ,',, ,
to a l tioilLbori! I !);!rish i in speak. " I i n

fri< iids ;t tii A old i qlropolit:i Hot el "I fi ll'tin will I ith- Cl'ro vin city .,
ii \\'Wi.:hiin~t ii rtet tiitlv. if t Har;t Thti'r were' fiv. tl ,llsiia ,l v ,
"An ,lld ilarkt.\ ca'Ie ulp o rI, i, l1 visit, Is at Liv.- Oak.
after the mlle'(";inIg. 'M1Iiirs' \ll,'n.' h -
.-aid. 'l's> |owI 't'rful lid to se i you. VTil I (,
's. knowtd oh ( -you seeii yoi wl a s* n. Ihe stealers ;arti ntow
hail. hii t'w yoh llipappy lo 1)t'" y tou ,stIp ilip al Man.iatr''s new wharf. ali a -.at ii 1 ,-
all vuiz l)orhi. tlo. Hl t i s, t, i I0 holhl do, i i; will onl | I i short tim, li( i.,or.. 01 I .
sahi o)fice you .) O!I iol V. i "iniinhrs i .in h road
how i, h "ld ai ale oi( f)or ars la l' (l'cossig tihg river on thlt ro i -
an'.. yl.'i't'e l. na' \"tw flridlg'i T his \w ill lie a great da;. ;,l I l ;t -
VIw hat of1(',ti, d o \o i1 i. i iiCl i ill. '" for all Maia n coulitvy, andl you cal n r '
I asked, itas I pop\ r t 'i' ,,\ t r hel1l r,,. a'.-.uld Manat ,te will roperly I- I y for 1,.."
anyi ce. 1 1su l inato 'will properly (-, I or .
"'*Why. de office olh cllideath. Mars" a ol'*(hrte t'lh< opening.--Manatee Re(.- )ad,* ('
.lohnohn vh ol apply wuz candidate for ord(. first m\,> no.
many years. "-From Norman E. Land ('omplalln oii,
Mack's National Monthly. Th.n1wslal)ers of Floria are all Mr. 1
If it were not for precipitating a prospering. The Bartow Courier-In- -.liami was l;aiI ,.'
war of words, acrimonious and other- formant has just added a Mergentha- (ral of thI. re'.,t1
wise, we would take the opportunity ler linotype machine to its well equip- giving *.Mian1i ,1 Il
ot making a suggestion here, but we ped office. This will give Editor Law and Mnost durable' h
won 't. opportunity to speak Latin to Broth- in lthe state. This,
er Tyler of the Pensacola Journal thusiasm among th..
NEED FOR A CONVENTION with, a celerity that will astonish the had cast their I|t
--- natives.-Tampa Tribune. portion. Thlrteen
With five candidates in the field for was not a foot of t
nomination to 'the office of United Hon. W. A. Blount of Pensacola, in the county. ye
States senator, it does seem that the now touring the state in the interests county is covered ,*
necessity for a state democratic con- of his candidacy for the United States hard surface roads .
vention to adopt a party platform senate, will probably reach Palatka to city Pavements.
would impress itself upon the democ- before many days. The News couldn't there is a market
racy of the state. Of the candidates, make a guess as to Mr. Blount's ileage of these. ru
there are three, any one of whom we chances in Putnam county, but it is this movement has
believe would come near meeting our sure that the people will give this up of the county i,
ideal, but it is barely possible that distinguished jurist such a welcome getic. pushing Clais
each one of these has ideas that are that he will instinctively see that hie fruit growers Ha
not in unison with.the e great majority is in the house of his friends._Palat- have been* largely t
sentiment of the people. If this be ka News. ranid d.v. ....
I ~i d__ .l

true, then let the people assemble,
and formulate a platform upon which
they must stand if they hope for elec-
tion.-Bradentown Journal.

General 0. 0. Howard, one of the
most famous of thbe Union generals,
AiaA w l_ t V--. .- S

Thomas H. Keating, through his at-
torneys, John E. Marshall of this city
and Barrs & Odom of Jaeksonville,
has applied to Judge J. T. Wills of the
circuit court for a writ of mandamus
compelling the board of eontn ..._

ope... aE a

It is learned fr .,
in railroad dire tI
Northern railrIa.i
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tV i n ~' ev, *,,

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I' of fo~,r. ...
rcI mallr1*s .-'"
The g'lbmuin f"ri
Of Ithe ."mm


11 1b the os-ak a
% 11 4Imb*e f.


The search for the north i-ol *" mu
be over, but the search for m#en to sIN
going on. Men are always n,-o4de
Lincoln needed them during thPe 4twl
war. He got them by hundre-.sI *
thousands. One of them bicam. pr*o
ident of the United Stat rfte-i, b.,
term of office expired he nmade- a ira
to Europe At Berlin hb. wa- hailtm
as the great general who hali trin inp
ed in the greatest ci.l wAr o' -
times. Responding to th.- -',nmi, isnea
he corrected his e-ukaist It "aviaa
that he did not triumph alort- Trh
successful ending of the. -..<, g.- w.'
his personal achilwenint l,,' I h
achievement of ever% InI.1i ta'. ,. nit
ed in the Union arni .. i t
General Grant wa% a rii.,
After G( 'ttysIurx. he.in t. ',w. -
'rate invasion (if ih"- n1, .*
pulsed and the a;trin) )f t -
,inia had to go la'-k tei t i. .... ,
dtfenrlse, sonl 1 so(iih !' I 1,. '.


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no wroghn

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Local and Personal. Mr. H. C. Judd is in the Phosphate
SO Ciy today.

S, I IMrs (.labbey are at Crys- r ak#,r r*, ri , trrl ho, Sat-
.N H r aO.ndlng the meeting of the ul t ', i. ,
ttin urgt ay.tHis orange croi : >tiniit I
I.. .. .* I Itailist Association.

.* iot', h..r havi established a' I, s, o t ',, oi :ai,,.lv :i. -
r .; y w hic(h w ill '1 n!,.' o b u
h M rt i h .I ts. .ol.n .J,,.(' .
," :. ,- oh, r la \\'hiT-- S.ar;
* t1 x I.parTl
-- r. M.Iax Rich of Rockw tll ;ani MI;
I I' M SISti'h has ord-re.l an,,'- .Jack \W ilii;.ms (it ('i Cir *A, .* a::a n-.
* ,' tb.il,., anM it will be lr-: ini the vi-itors to our (iy n l; S ,in .:
.* '. .1 .i -. It uill be of th,. axi.i
t ik a- s fis.irst oni#', but w ill co'.ilu 1 '*!rs. Richar1dson of N.w\\ York ai'iv-
* mit ifi, ro mnjtui. Id in Ocala Saturdav alft r;i ', \ i
iT Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sh, ridaii f t

%0 I' 1. I illingsh'y. inventor of the
Itil nlle-I l -r'at-." has just receive.!
1,i*inn, nnt of wood from All,, -
'..* ,i*o \ M .. and if it can e nmalde
r, o rat-- hie will get an order tor
* tt riiilliuii heads.

14 1,u : 4 I l ,-2 -2t.

Mr 1Mar-on Tison has been :o
' nwe -ill.-e r -cntly. and while there
: r I. :in oiploi rtunity escape him of
'.**- 'h.t fair We want every-
' *e' *e i|

S i n.iii t1 iis of Mr. J. P. (;:1
S ,I :r i. i to lear i that .;-
I i,.li<\ ax (' co Tiru' '
t I IA I l lI1 '.0 a ri ( ii, .t l
t 1 i < I..' I'- r4 ,('. i% i l .'. I "

seven ral weeks.

Mrs. W. M. Goin and Miss Eloi.e
Snioak have r-,turn.-d honi' L.oi an
exceedingly pleasaiint visit w'itl
friends at I':atilla.

Mrs. John Brown. after a short 'i1 it
\wi:h friiend:s in this city. le Satudtlay
afternoon for hter hloni --p i Snin'r-

Mrs. Pearson Moodxy of Jacks .n',ille
ha- 'e ,i spending tlhe past fe.v ';'
i'n O( ala witlx ltir hli l,:ind'> ,,i:.
.Mrs \. S. Pike.

1 ;.;i: l);,,i~ i S \\', ,;1 '* ,,;

I' s, i : i :,. : ' :

I i ;.' Mxi i ( i xx i i a.- i :* ...
'; : i ; : )l I i i ,," '. I '. : -. ; X

Miss Anne Mixon returned home THE DAUGHTERS ENTERTAINED
Friday night from Jacksonville. where ---
sh. had spent the past Tien days. Her1 An old fashioned "quilting bee"
no(h},-r. Mrs. C. .J. Phillips. alo rt was enjoyed yesterday by the United
:urn',Ai lioniti witb her. ;Dai.glters of ilhe ( Confederacy at I h
ci),,intr li hom' of G.i n. and M11rs. Henry
1;-. \V Brown of Fairfi'lid was W. Long. li'a. i Mar.; l. Some of thel
t. (),,A::;t Firidtay. and was a, a 'l i Tr a: ,(sts w Tnt (o t i I a;utoiiiobili's and
.1: l -'.. I1,' iais bep' lim;i:it i sonw on :he train. Th t'y all w -t ear-
F';>iih.hld lot'r a'i ,* iluz,-;h:l y-'is. l;,!id iin tohe t i !or inx g ;and spent the en-
. n:u,'r" ;i:d mi::, e pleased wi,:li iti il(ay an;. w, r,, a:s hisy. as (es,
c'qi(uiltin -. The, !4i ilt wa.4 jire>-tse:ted to
Mdr.W .: .'_'.-. \V. I.. Dtlihafi ca e l 1 r
shfm ,tirIl* c., !api)ter to (nid to tihe Soldiers"
,, '.'.r ",, i ,.-.!lat yv ,s .'-r tav fr( :: tteir
E I l eti' ill .Jacksx :vill'.
,'* .. ; ':ain.ville. ani will spend a i
Sw1. s' gnso MrdI rs. Lon is a clharmning woman.
'.... d;,,.s ;i Sand is never happier than when enter-
-taining her frit'nds. Her guests were
\\W h iv not hl.iard from Los Kiss Ail made to fe(l at home immediately
i the l]as? Lrecat storm, but as no after their arrival.
n ,ws is (,oo.1 news we hope that the Mrs. Long was assisted in enter-

ii thoe iiiin I-z ata x ai'

I'4.,,:* ('has. Byrne. of the 'u.tlcd
I." ,i' :it'ty. retire -was a promi-
: 't .t't'ival at tile O ala lousy '
F':'. .. .Af' r :t f(,w day(a stay he,
. I i ',a; inspecting his prope:-r':-
': i i: :.!,i l.. \y ('co ntin ts.

taking her guests by her two grand-
daughters. Mrs. Tucker and Miss
Bates, and her sister. Mrs. Love, of
Jacksonville. who is making her a vis-
it. All three of them were very gra-
cious, and added much to the pleasure
of the day.
At noon a most sumptuous dinner
\\as served, and its abundance show-
d hlliat the j)ro:s;er'ity that is talked

It if. Itak'r ot Or'ngo soi much ahout is an actuality at
i ..... ,- ii; ( '. v l Friday. He is "'viss (Cottage."
I. X '" t:.I t .1. i They were' joined at dinner by (len.
* !: : :. '. : I :. : i ;'' .i'! Lor.', \\ ho i< t lilte lr'ii;ade ( omn:iander

: ':! -. r i !i r lh e ladis were join ,l
. -.... ." ",11 F.". F I. Gt. (:try. lhe' l 'lov.,l prosi-
... : ' .' " ', .i., i n ol ih ch lh : 'lr. and( it wans a rare
.:. 1 .* i, l ,n ; !i:- st-I ]'' ; Ii. ,! d, ,I ii < sel i ](ll Oil
1i -* A ...**' ;i i.i: Th:< deli htf l fiunlc ioln will long

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i h I t'' e ': o'. V', t. I t i i-, ,:,j' . .' ' ,' .' x' tI t t

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,"".i ro p .i,1-oa io rk. a -'' i;i.'- .. ... w V I t
.. .. *, d.rop. ] ; 'ii,, 't *. *''- .t tii'l r -
"'i'a !i ir c uliantly and rap-
.d,. oii '!.L: to Ih,-' Fair.' V Ii j i 'i i. M a'h.'s .ef l-( 1* . ..-i:i a !t Mr. Smokes. HIIe

x!. ', T. T Izlr has pur.lh. si. d I, ; h, i,, c talu x ..:. . ri i. in 'r a ..ri
*.* -. :(,ivernment lot used for 'ail;t Sat irdi\'. He o- t..i' -s(on's propoSed "Hiat- is.
.f .. i" th,. contractorss and draf''-- i:xa, atitu- i' :hr,'i stit, .. i* ,' ,, .t: r tix, to.ri,,s high.. each
eg.. di'i,.ixg tlie' plocress of the work Vvth iiTight i^ Tt (,, n ""' '. s and each
: t & .veriniiit building. Now i: ,,r : :)'mns. kitchen, bath.
Sa,' th. t -<,vt rni nii't building is co h Cli it ,'iI! e ;tn ini 'oaltioli of our
i.l. 1 1 !A1.1iing will have to be ,;'s n'tertained a in li! r of t tl li i, bh- v.. :-h.t l ,1d judge a, most
1; .e. I, frl i the lot. Major zlla'r wi!; ::s:m, On,.. ii:;ih statistics show
'L,:r vie-lg friends Sam t -vr ait! 'h
-* *h luiniher in it for the erection '1* I lI: the i- i' ,I I I e population
n in o f I i ,i r ip a t l it ., h,. .-:. 1 1 t
. a s..r ant' house. "ni! .' b ; i r.,. Tit, 'i ,. he healIh record. Rural
r San Pyl s. Tinin i n i*i: ;;:.i :s p' .-uties imbut comfort and
1\ t.. idl chapter of the Brother- ti i' the l'e'ixx a I .-n ,.,%f t Ii.' a at tit preoiox inant
S, 1 St An. irew of th- Eplisom-'il: ',., <( l'iihtfl d: v:.
hi.v e hhas been organ ized in th1. are , i,.i : I,- -- -
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m X 'itx al xi ll I Inot '-t axuIl i m'it- -
I. c'! iaaldcrniati fqii' thl' cityIa?

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ga-r cane, and ,Japanes' ('a:- <\yri'i.
it they astei as well as 'hey li.P
i\, ('diin ronouncei them exce'llenit.
T1'- y tos-es-s a rich cilor andi are al-

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; 1 is"'::g in Ihis (ily loi)
-'e '.:il i;:'ys. li.tt xyes;:''lrday afterni oon
or their hoinw in (ainesville. Mr.
D, nham is local editor of the Gaines-
'vi Siun and is going to give our fair
; i, o tio), t. he V' xas nielih llea.-ed
S' ,',i : in l 'lit: hI' .<; v go-
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hie Ti,':',i:ellt oif tBre''ati ('ile .,'. Ml.s

1Ir Thomas Harris., form. y .' Port. r- isit home a. a ; IO e t :ij .,-
'hxis ity. is no10 traveling ftIi>'r 'ti!' (rin'
*al'en of the Georgia Soutthe-rn an i
I'lorida Railway Company. with ieadl- Mr+ and Mrs. Abe l.iddon of thir-
oju: terms at Cordele. Ga. Hii friend tn ingh'ani. Ala.. are in the city foi a
the,0' congratulate him on his prome- few days. anl art, the guests of Mr.
'viin. and Mrs. C. A. Liddon, at the Metro-
pole. l'ntil a few years ago they
rT, you coming to the Fair? Visit were prominent residents of this city.
Fishel's. 10-29-2t. and they have many friends here who
Mr. J. B. Griggs of the Oklawaha are delighted to see them again.
T 'er section. was an Ocala visitor on Messrs. W. G. Lansford and G. W.
Thursday. He brought in a load of Turner have reached Ocala from Bir-
oranges which he was readily retail- mingham. Ala. They are in charge of
ing for 1 cent apiece. The dry weath- the paving work on Magnolia street,
er has ripened the oranges earlier and as they thoroughly understand
qhan usual. They are also beginning the science of paving, promise to give
to assume a bright orange color, us a good piece of work. We hope

T'. students antd faculty of East- that it will be such- as to deserve en-
man have issued invitations to the comiums from all of our citizens.

,Xter'1ies that they .will hold in cele-
bration of the fiftieth anniversary of Messrs. L. C. Dodd A. J. Jones and
brain Of thinof the Eastman School Justice of the Peace E. S. Smith. all
he founding of the Eastman Sch of Fairfield were among our ou of
ot Business at Poughkeepsie. N. Y.. on ir w Saturday. Theo say
Friday and Saturday, October 29 and town visitors Saturday. They say
Friday and Sithe dargestoabeskn that it is mighty dry, but the outlook
:t. This is the largest and best known for Fairfield is extremely bright. It
business college in the country. Ocala ne of the county's finest sections.
will be represented at these exercises The hardwood trees up there remind
by Mr. Frank Harris. Jr.. who is now one of he "big trees" of California.
at Eastman.

NEW CATALOGUE Mr. W. C. Bull. formerly marshal of
-. ... rtilizer Company, this city. returned home Saturday af-

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* t dl xI;:- ixi .,d fir ih,' (.1)ir ,f its
'-oil and l'-\'lin* ss of the lan'l.

Mr. F. M. Htarp of Eureka %xwas h-.r i
Fri 1:iay. It will he regretta'i-l'e 1 t
his friends to learn that he has been
sick for the past three months. Ho
was taken sick while visiting North
Carolina and has never fully recover-
ed. He is going into the hospital here
for a thorough treatment, and we
hope that it will not be long before
we can be able to report that he is
well on the road to recovery.

Major B. W. Blount, an erstwhile
citizen. was a visitor Friday. He
received a wire while here that one
of his sons, who is attending school
in Atlanta. has typhoid fever, but in
a mild form. It is hoped that the
young man will speedily recover. Ma-
jor Blount reports a feeling of good
times in all sections of the state The
major is a first cousin of the can-
didate for United States senator.

The Grammar School and High
School ball teams had another game
yesterday afternoon which resulted in
a victory for the Grammar School
team by a score of 11 to 2. Batteries:
High School. Burford and Bullock:
Grammar School. Bullock and Bul-
lock. This ends thb series and the
Grammar School boys are very jubi-

-I ITni' :;I1.' ;io(i.in I ) I to ) e p esI i, T.


,Tison Speaks Interestingly of Marion
County Fair
M'.-on'l Tison of Ocala is here on a
Short visit to his parents, and in the
'nvaiitinie to tell his numerous friends
I:ihouti the great county fair to be held
'in that city from November 24 to 26.
lie states that a purse of $20<,io has
been raised for the races alone, while
the prizes for farm products will be
apportioned in such a manner that a
great number of premiums will be
a ward ed.
Some eox-;ra fine entries have al-
ready been made for the horse races.
and this feature alone will attract
inany thousands of people to the
ltri(c' City. The interest manifested
l;':lly tby the business houses and
(!lizeis Was a;'Vi'" ''fore at Such ;a
; itch as at pires it. and hle thinks the
(enminii. eviet will lie one that will
*lac" (O)(ala and Marion county far upl
in th'e ranks as a farming section, and
:,!1 who ;iteld will Ibe highly pleased
a;ili en'ertainedl d riiing the- three days
oif the' fair.- C-:iiin.esville, Sun.


iA 1 : '-, i 'i t" in' ;i 'I \ tw nI.Ik-

I e:I-,f 0.,i!' I','1" hi* xiti ;i'ai e'' r'lix x -
, ;i ":." ;,,! ;,,'l 'i .] \C i O ln, i i .

, p< 't i i i \\ : C
U fl a;il 'L !:d .'-t .! \\ tl,'C(,d o.\, r it' ;tInd
*' inia k'1'-.l tdown. Thet, repairs xv r
ii,-i.!e, lI by pirivatIe parties. hat it is
t) liTeved lhat th, ('co nty cominisd-ion-
* rs at their next mnee'ing will reinm-
luiirse tlie men who are having thI
work donll-. Mayor Robertsou is at
the head of the movement, and is
making daily trips along the work to
see that it is done properly.-Ocala
Cor. Times-Union.

Mr. Benjamin Boyd was exhibiting
a splendid specimen of gold quartz
on the piazza of the Ocala House yes
terday. Last year lie spent ten
months prospecting in the mountains
near the Pacific ocean, going at far
north as Van Couver. He and a soli-
tary companion were roughing it to-
gether for the aforesaid length of
time. The rock that he has samples
of he obtained himself, and the sum
of gold per ton runs up into the thous-
ands. He has a good thing, and the
history of the bonanza kings may be
repeated. In the early phospihar-
days Mr. Boyd played in big luck in
this county.


For some weeks we have heard mut-
ti rings of the establishment of a new
bank for Ocala. Mr. Frank Adams of
.Jacksonville was asked to become its
president and moving spirit but he has
since become a member of the Bar-
inttI ank of Jacksonville. Still the
talk of the new Ocala bank goes on.
I: is now said that Mr. Shands. a suc-
(e.-sful financier of Gainesville, is be-


M Ix". 4'. S. a.r-
Ave.., Kaii-a.- I4c1
"I fet'l it a 11.I'v !
othi'y,' tha itt ie'
toe 'jiook f r V'

eight eo-rxxix'
my head andr ,,.
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ex ot-- tt% I I
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Tenrin..,% r ito.-
"llaving twf- ii '.
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Man-a-Bin 4- Id.,


bind the movement. We have also
ileard Mr. Meffert's, Mr. Hall's, and
other names associated with it.
Gainesville has four banks-most of
them national banks-and all of them
seem to be doing very well.
It is only a question of time when
Ocala will have its third bank.


Mr. E. T. Williams. our efficient reg-
istration officer, has just completed a
new set of registration books, of which
he is very proud. The names have
been carefully gone over and each one
verified, and he does not believe that
there is an error in the books. The
registration officer is certainly to be
congratulated. If there is any place
where accuracy is demanded it is
where a person's right to vote de-
pends on tlhe accuracy of the officers
to whom are' coninmitted the great r,,
sponsiility of placing the name's of
the '. ctrs correctly tltupon the books.


Friday the Deaith Angel eniered
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil I':
ant aind robbed lthem of their little
,ida liht.er, Rub)y. The.' little child was
ji.-tl a i ]itlie past a year )old, wa.- very
right and was the picture of health
until a few lays ago. whtlen shi'e was
taken ill, but nothing that was doine
could alleviate her suffering,. for (t oil
willi'd otherwise, and took her to his
paradise. She was the only child of
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant. and in their
great sorrow this paper offers its
heartfelt sympathy.


The oyster su;ppi'' .i%.n it\ itr
\Walter Yonge at his cozy little hio tri
on South 2nd street Friday niihi iii
compliment to the Metropolitan IKand.
anil for'the purpose of christ.nini h ,'-
new honw, was a nost .I.h-lifhi Il .or
All the band ni).i .e.- \\, I ; .
* nt and a nuniTber of oith e: I' It i
Amidist music and! mirtih t!i. i,'
hei only good chter.
It will i)e re(,!e.n bheri d a.x -. 0 *
I.ost p)it.' ala t )of the fall lIn1 ie" .,


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*Frilay ni. h t at the I,-,,- .id
.lake B 1ro nm to I;:. I
f)r "taJ lay" at th., fa'. l .a
n' on Thanksgiving Day- it. *. e
lay on the fair calendar. It is 1*. 1:-.
ed that it will be a very -ne<' fil .f
fair, if it. is looked upon, i'h l.,i ,r
by the fair officials.



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Today. the :1t1h inst an,, i;), .it-
vigil of All Saints. is a di)ay of pr'r -' -
fast and abstinen e in pr -ar V';V. f-
the great feast of n-xT Mo'nd-.) All
Saints' Day, feast of otiid a*ir, .1
Sunday. T he' ,.rvic illl t .'h ,
a m.. and 4:::. p ui as on S it'. y


Tho--" Orala pe-.op- k '**
ir,~ Every i.us oW *t. l. I '.
tin r contain- on) ,)r I '. *n! .
*notic,+-s- Punma ; Iora .i ril.: i

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Mr. J. W. Perkins was repr+e entin ,Mrs. Frank E. Craf,,rd .i f \I
his section in the city yesterday. He-brook. formerly M.iss ',,:. it
was born across the river near hisp, nt Friday in Orala -h,,;,in,:
present home forty-five years ago. was acr'ompanied by he-r .tI, .. I
The game is very much less plentiful ifrien.t, Mrs. S. .. Thay-
than when hb was a boy; the range is i

Mrs. Sagersero

of Missouri.

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D1PARTM2 NT The layman's missionary movement, A ood convention ber
-* day afternoon, October:
in which all Protestant churches will Sunday evening, Octobl
unite, is one of vital importance to in the Presbyterian chi
6" g u aM!! A time like this de the country and to the world. The town, Hillsborough an

'=a tads, gteat hearts, tnre faith plan is to get the men whose names trict, and with its end
aI ready hands. are on church rolls to take more in- new year of C. E. acti
ot whom the last of office does not terest in their churches and to start Florida.
*I; a move that will soon overflow the Polk and DeSoto cou
UIm whom the spoils of office cannot earth with the gospel of Christ. invited to attend, thus
buy. erth with the gospel of Chist- sixteen Y. P. societies
Ma vwho possess opinions and a will; The man of greatest liberality of nior ones to send deleg
mue who have homor; men who will views may feel inclined to criticize jority had one or more
~lt 1e. this movement for being confined to ent. Magdalene having
-an who can stand before a dema- Protestant churches. If this is an in- in attendance.
section of narrowness, we do not Mr. W. 0. Bears, dis
Ad dam his treacherous flatterings dcation of narrowness, we do not presided in every sess
without winking; know whvo i to blame. We do not l mention host, Rev. Hen.
TM mo, sn-crowned, who live know whether the Roman Catholics G. Quaintance of Polk a
~ove^ the fo~ are left otut of the movement because rict. were particularly
above the fob trict. were particularly
lai pblc duty and in private think- they were not invited to take part or d willing
ag; because they declined to take part. er part in making th
Pr while the rabble with their thumb we do not know that the churches n mang t
worncIed, are drawing closer to each other in success.
Ihir large professions and their lit- are drawing closer to each other i Rev. H. H. Stutson.
tle deeds, the dawning light of universal tolera- g
t es.gelist among the Cub
og leina selfsh strife. lo! Freedom tion, and we know that this light will spoke eloquently abou
weep. grow stronger until every church that
Wong rtles the land, and waiting professes to be founded on th tach- these Spanish-America
Wwu,"" "" "' ~ *'""" professes to be founded on the teach- on
Jstice sleeps. ot his missionary expe
-Holland. ings of Jesus will stand side by side. countries.
* heart to heart, shoulder to shoulder ri e
"God, Give Us Menl" in all good work, and that universal Friday evening ev.
pa preached a helpful
Ia this crisis the prayer of every toleration will give place to univer- l th o h,
leading thought of wh>
oeere Chwistian heart should bte sal brotherhood. and only love can and
-l. give =s men," not the driveling, The missionary part of the work is and only love can and
the world. After the
ammmskin type, who crawls around important, taken in connection with service came a delig
egn t their fellow creatures cry- the work at home ,and if the Protest- service came a deiht
"t 1 am a prohlbitioniMs-but-" not ant churches did not invite the Ro- members of almost ew
the kind who would exchange their man Catholic church to join they members of almost ewn.
emvictioms for the clinking sound of may be excused on the idea that it.i B o
Both sunrise meet
mas newly come into their posses- one respect at least the church of and Sunday, were well
durn; mot the kind who would coin Rome does not need the preparation u d r
pealr. happiness and virtue into dol- that they need. The members of the brought their spiritual
The state officers wet
trs.: ot the kind who would rend Roman Catholic church-men as well e D L citize
anedr the tender heart of patient, as women-are loyal to their church. Mr. .ain. superintend
Agag O gta motherhood; not the and need no awakening in this re- hur an tenth legion
ZMd who would hurl into the rapa- spect. And considering their wealth
tnes aMw of this modern monster the they are doing vastly more missionary meetings were read
81m ouf or youth, oar boys and girls; work than the protestant churches
t the kind who would prostitute ev- are. The wealth of the world is in Florida workers and
Temple. Mr. Lain spo
ry virtes and grace to gain, but Protestant nations. The United
these men whose hearts are of gold. States, Great Britain. Germany, are il fle t .
whose foreheads touch the glad all Protestant. France, nominally Lilly filled the
morning and delivered
beibts of God's righteousness, whose Catholic. is really agnostic. Only the pranc address that slivered
perance address that e%
eosaei es throb and pulse in re- poorer nations now really adhere to
collection was taken ft
-spose to the demands upon them by the Church of Rome. I; may be stat- anage.
thl o weaker than themselves, whose ed without risk of mistake that the Much business was
Much business was t
Mv sa ar. lived with the most tender pro'estant wealth. of the world is five . i i
Five towns invited tl
d4 tvotin to oui womanhood. our child- times as great as the Roman Catholic
for ll('Xt y Rll. iullt Tf
h al and our homes. Men who are wealth. and when the pro;es;antiis ive ',vtrih \w
i ,Iroslovtvriai ichmrch w
willing to dlit if need be for these. five dollars for church 'work for ,*-
: it also was in recoi'
'".iod i,.' us, men." Such men! ery dollar i t (Cathloli< ,:!\ t ,11 vii ;.
* Ibe tiin' to take in the Ctw'; l:,ic- ii n
The Fear of a Brave Man iU th eill to( f :rth r f;',nt. | I 111 1* :i i
(;.en. rat Fretlerick ). ;Grant, wh ..) Thi Lree n tinjorily ''i P.-', ;' ::I.
I'(t ()al supiort
td '*t., .n: at tl|niix anco paradet in :uit n-(-wol init hi n;!;g I The" i C14,' ;'ol! .
Ildt: :t- p "l n t-ilh r *2-'. speaks in no -- do not tr. a! tht-ii , ,lt .l;i'it ;- L ,n ii.- disti, t) lt',
<.t','it t- fashion as to the habit of seriously. t'liliou ,s :v: , t at ut h l iw t trn
n1.4 *. ., I,-inkine. In a recent ad- largely gant rings n. otNon ( is s
drT ;.,d: l;.itn tr' and. t:,.. \Vi sdollio)t, .
"'To; .'umig m 'u that (;1enrali W"hi '....1111r1 w :.,I ') for !i- ii di<<.o(td-
;ir I.. noi drank a Idrop of liquor ious l,:,jyiii'.ti. Many of them l:at i
lot e cht'. n year. lwicause he is nI o whlt t els., to g1 to tscap the i;- ,. f'ol-i well on r
.f'it l ,, ;ink it. I ti tri to irink lntoonious routine of hoilt'. It is ', th resp.i nsibi
*t l, \r, a;.' mnodero 1i', hle<1 a .lie 1e clear that aill awakening is ne'-ded in i ,Iistric, for 1I
b t. t !,.1. t alcohol is hlie worst poison Proteslaint churcl.''s--not a pl riod ( 1t ," i r lin t :' Prisidet that ri.ar. can take into his system, temporary t x'ilt e iwit. biu a litfe' ini Pt' erstutr: vice
but I f found that ii was an absolute of steady '!endeaxlor. This nlovet'ent (l.ih:amct'. Lakeland s.
smep,,-illi'y to drink moderately, i intended t itimlpress on the ne n .\u.a Miiltr. Riskini
R t.an. mi o I ,rate dlr;ntkigi is 1) pra'- <'etlini t a:1 tnh-, Ihlci' inip;ossibility I imt':tine an ;bso- '"'" man ; s well as woian;:. Iand li that T la ('ai:iiz,'nship sulpt r
i!. .. ,' ,aile'r a <. i If" you pldeas'e.I ;aff;ir- shi.ulh reei-p ve hi. larnlest ). at s. an, r ordina
I il1' :on" alowi .' *u in \ 1 hou-. e. a:t' ntiton and his l;,st ei.er; I s. S l ,oth '.
I|',l k is 't ** L- r,. < !1 ]i-r- ecaul.-. The ('lhristia':izati,;i n >f "]1, world :," (.,'.,i i,
pf .t; I- \ ;tll t "* 'l *: : :t, ; : .. disaslte i ; erec ob '. !>t T'' ith" I' ;s i: '" r. ; l Io
a re 'h. t.sul o re-tI of ih,' h r';, and ;i :- of' ti,! o" Il' ('hlristint <(il:re n' s. 1i : '
te ,. -i,, .-: i; 1 t i, ;ir 'r drw to 1 t0 (n;>*:< < I n II ',]"] T l;;i m .I.' ,,..I p n(,!r \(v 1 .l \. \ l
drntn If i -.ui: I...,'. n y f'o. y '''" ; pr po- to imiti,. No1, h S P, I.. '.i N hi- .
a ;. i riit'e.. fr.e t i.- 'Ouit '. ih'i::. sln ef a llt': 1u p'.'r, er ior t'* in rie" 'i ____
l** I. II .i.:< r. ii. d, o:0n:1. 1dri'l I',. 1' ilan; ':V. !mth it' t( ; Tt c H -E KNEW TW O
than kl !;i. A lmii lty ,H.e .,itl.e l tl. n 11 1. lid ,it.\n t;!,, t' e >, ----
of doing i1 If I had the grea.es; :up* lif4 "I',e n 0 to i otll'ters .vt. : ,-I \ A ., ,t r il ,a i~,l
po lntl. piw< r in the country. r o w\\uldl thaTt tlhey should do (liIti) lo"I 01 lO ool w:ot- -D prou)th of

n i w >,'uhil ,'%.er get the smallest ap- "l.o've > 1our nt'eihI ior a.- :. );:-*' I l. iln\ :t 2- \,.'i;!l Xi.-i
S11i t t, '",'0m ti ,e !',I,,ss I.e showed ('hris.-iani it\. -.o far as r;i' .- rI't 'l ; i ; d ,ld,'r.< all ..,; on
l,1-'f i ,1' al'solhu;t' ,e'to alism .s lo n1:mll1) a' l'' n i lt-Iciis'i i'I isi. | t anti it. .iitco ira d tIa
n' t'-. '* tX l o appoi te)i t '. the tl'. ll- k eis. Art' ristian at:in'ii sI l : ..' I,' !).,r'v, titli of j1i\1
bw r- itf tIy staff. int one of them rn sh I t an ; ;i. natiollns? If i,,' in scipti rl si .ld e .
lou<'h. a drop. They know bt.!tr. l" old look tf;ter themselves and ')y TOw nilt' e,.-isi on'd.1!t'
I' a:tk".- a fine ype of ourage "o should slhw 'ht ir Uni' .elScisn,'ss y Little girls with .'yeiow
admit it is "afraid The cheap. spec- looking also after otherl!s, t' girls wih i black Ibrai
tacular sort poses as being absolutely Their mno\ menl tis intended to ir-eponses in a mannl
fearl0'.- of God. man and the devil. take sol-called Christians ('hristiatn. lthe heart of any teach
The Ibra\tev.\ of General Grant is of They can never become Christians,.so ideas." Then came ;the
a different character. It has in it a longI as they consider anything el-.' variably follows pritle.
moral quality that creates a whole- more important than Christianity. If Turning to a bullet-lih
mnew fear of doing anything to en- men who profess the faith will tr. :o faced little boy. who.
danger health or character, such as make themselves worthy of it; if #hean about to carry off h'is
moderate drinking. It is a bravery they will give to their faith the sa.', aeroplane, she asked h
that is not only adequate to face energy and intelligence and earnest- verse from the scripture
without flinching the enemy on the ness that they give to their business answer was a vacant st
tsttklflelds. if need be. but is equally they will step upward to a higih.r "Come, come." said
ready to meet the criticisms and plane, and will lift the world to it so "'do you mean to tell
eers of his associates in the army. that peace and brotherly love will can't repeat even one v
mauy of whom are bitterly antagonis- reign wherever man abides.-Times- "Naw." replied the
tkr to his total abstinence views. It union. know one."
Is the kind of courage that prompts its "- "Well. then. let me
posiesMor to deliberately adn publicly PILES! PILES! PILES! the teacher, sharply.
afy himself with so-called extremists '- "And Judas went oe
nd "cranks" for the sake of preserv- Williams Indian Pile Ointment will himself" repeated the
Mgg his own manhood and helping his cure Blind. Bleeding and Itching His teacher's lips wr
rimws to do the same. Piles. It absorbs the tumors, allays selves in a synical smi
I4 the youth of our nation whc the itching at once. acts as a oultice, "Very good; and can yv
# themelves upon their courage, gives instant relief. Williams' Indian other?"
peber it is not courage of the fin- Pile Ointment is prepared for Piles The boy nodded vigo
em it inoIt coas in it an elemew fin-and itching of the private parts. Sold he replied.
est type unless it ins in it an element by druggists: mail 50c. and $1 h aveeiteth
of healthy fear of indulgence in alco- by druggists: mail 5c. and 1 "et me have it, the
bac drink. Sold by Tydings & Co. x his teacher in her so
nonawi .t(m. eRA I tones


Newspaper! Who has never felt the
pleasure that it brings?
It always tells us of so many strange
and wonderful things:
It makes us weep at tales of woe-it
fills our hearts with mirth-
It tells us of the price of stock-how
much produce is worth-
And when, and where, and how and
why, strange things occur on
Has war cloud clarion cali'd to arms?
Has lightning struck a tree?
Has Jenkins broke his leg? Or has
there been a storm at sea?
Has the sea serpent shown its head-
a comet's tail ben seen?
Or has some heiress with her groom
run off at Gretna Green?
All this, and many wonders more. you
from this sheet may glean.


Her Mother is Glad That the Man?
Who Shot Her is Dead
A special from Washington saysea
that hovering between life and death.
with three ugly looking wounds in her
back, Evelyn Howard, a chorus ,.Arl
in the Motor Girl company, is said to
have a "fighting chance" to recover.
Mrs. Mary Lewis, mother of thel
wounded woman, is here from New
York. "If I was offered $1000 to!
bring my son-in-law back to life, and
I could do it, poor as I am. I would
not take the money," she said. "I
am glad he is dead. I could dance on
his dead body. Ho has caused met
years of suffering, and he has made I
Evelyn's Ifie a curse to her. But now!
she is free, and if she recovers she i
will go back home, where there is
nothing but love and tender -.s for;,


No newspaper in the state of Flor-
ida has been. in season antd out of

season, a more ardent and enthusias-
tic supporter of our Florida state
troops than this.
But. if our state troops conform toi
the requirements of the notorious andli
infamous Dick bill-then we have
come to the ipartting of the ways.
When our state troops lie down and
peri(' .it lthe heelt s of regz!l i'r I'nited
States ary officers to b" paced onil
thir nec' . ;The', icl l.'., will be the
inSC'ri ti io] n i--:!) l' li.t ,r l.eI .' v. ill l'ave
dfpart'ld.- .lus, Ntvs,'5.

) Wood's Descriptive (

Fall Seed Catalog
now ready, gives the fullest
information about all
Seeds for the

Farm and Garden,
Grasses and Clovers,
Vetches, Alfalfa.
Seed Wheat, Oats.
Rye, Barley, etc.
Also tells all about

Vegetable & Flower Seeds
that can be planted in the fall to
advantage and profit, and about
Hyacinths, Tulips and other
Flowering Bulbs, Vegetable and
Strawberry Plants, Poultry
Supplies and Fertilizers.
Every Farmer and Gardener should
have this catalog. It Is invaluable In
its helpfulness and stuegestlve idea-,for
a profitable and satlt-actory Farm or
(;a'den. Catalogue mailed free on
request. Write for it.

) Seedsmen, Richmond. Va. ,


Merci)ont Tailoring

Finest Imported and Domes-
tic. clothes

Mcl VER and MA CXA)


Have a full stock of Coffins Casket*
and Burial Outfits. Special given to
Burial services.
Embalming to Order

500 to 2,000 Acres
only of good unencumbered farm
land, a special proposition is
ready Preferred location con-
venient to transportation. Send
price and particulars at once.


Are Best and Cheapest, But W hy Fer-

tilize Citrus Trees in the Fall.

We have published a booklet t lllini t the- ,..-' a n-
FERTILIZING, under the title. WHY FERTII.IZ/.E !THI I -H
IN THE FALL. It is prepared with thk. *,xtren- . .
all our publications, and will prove of inte-rest tf ( .. '
fit to many. Our booklets are all free.
Write us for prices of our IDEAL FERTITI.ZI-RS \,'%
as good" as any but the best that can be inlad. ;r ** '
you TRUE QUALITY we can save you rion.".

Call on our local agent, Martin & Cam, or address





We guarantee that it will
please you. Otherwise, it will cost
you nothing!
4 (four) Quart Bottles of $3 00
No 'mark' on package to indicate cont int
It wi l ti-f fou :ui( l irt it V. !I 1,1, ,1.1 (Io
W rich. nIootli and ;laLIulnus .
Trv it. an if 3 i art t not it ,if i .-.
3 H 011~ i rtccive tlhe oodrs, set ll them loti 1k. i .. .
return< I imnm diately. You tikte no c. It
m I'nlerstaind : an order -ent to u, with t n .
r^^f(lat'st tosend yun th t oodu for;l )%ro. \\ h, :.; t
a e it'vidt-t- of y ( r r otxl faith ;mid ,We V do t \ l ontsider the sa ile unlil ,I t
then we ktep the mt oey. (Otherwi- IT. ,| t, n
refund tthi. money. WRITI FFOR CuOMrirT F. lk it i .-
830 to 840 West Bay Street
ranches also at New Orkcanu. ,l., Buffalo. N.Y.. Memphis. T.'-n ,l CIh.ttano..%, rr
Send order r to nearest Branch. Capital, $ e ... ..
rree Address your letter to Dept. and receive a sma!l novellt ,., ....


S......- AT


Our splenilid new stock is now here. tanl w. I,t,
public to call and i sp,.et it. There is n(o lin., in tiles l .''t . .
will compare with our late styles. high quality anil low :,o ,.
Of course we could not begin to enumerate in detail ,ur .
.but we would call your attention to the following part ia-' *
goods and prices-others in proportion.

Wilton Seamless Art Squares-All in
the latest designs, all sizes, $40 to

Axminister Art
pretty designs,
Wool Fibre and
Only $12.
Imperial Smyrna
$45. (We are
these goods).

Squares-In many
$20 to $35.
Fibre Art Squares-.

Art Squares-$22 to
Ocala agents for

Jute Art Squares-9x12, only $10.
Cotton and Wool Art Squares-a4s to
Ten Wire Tapestry Bruseels Art
Squares-418 to $25.
All Wool Granite Brussels Art
Squares--48 to $14.
Japanese Matting Art 8quaree..-4
Small Rugs to match all of the abeve
at reasonable prices.

China Dinner Sets, $10.00 to $125.. Ten Pie:e Toil
Sets, $4.00 to $25.00. Big line of China and Porcelian
Dinner Sets in all of the Latest Pattern.

We have just added 5000 feet of floor space, and we e now
than ever prepared to display our beautiful line of urrituree owt -
the near future also add a comnlta .. e.o.....n


r I~

Don't Throw ICAway
Make it new. An old chair with a small can of L. & M
Home Finish Varnish Stain. Any old tnrnitur- with .
small can of L. & M. Home Finish Varnish \ %tuh
floor, porch floor, with a small can of the L.. & M. II,t
Finish Floor Paint. Old kitchen chairs, ibnchep anv ...i
small things with a pound or two of L. & M Homei Vans
Domestic Paint. A carriage, a buggy,with about a dollar
worth of L. & M. Home Finish Larriaee Varnih Ilaint
Porch furniture, lawn swings, iron railing-, 3sth a >4t1,
can of L, & M. Homne Finish Porch Enamel Paint tin .
colors. An old leaky roof made tight. ith ** *,
Eclipse Roof and Bridge Paint. All old thing naie ut *
with these little cans of L. & M. FIiome Finish Paint.. % .,,,
is trifling. Be sure to get them from Melver & Mat Koo
Ocala, Fla. 1O0 40

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T B U ITSS On Sunday evening, October thirty-
r st. at nine o'clock, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. William Sinclair. on
lHerb.ert street, the-ir daughter. Mrs.
d e Ethel Sinclair Oldfield, was quietly
Married to Mr. Howard Lennington
Holmes. Dr. W. H. Dodge, pastor of
ad ethe Presbyterian church in this city,
was the officiating clergyman, and the
I.eaftiful and impressive ring service
IN BU LK w 'as used. Mendelssohn's inspiring
Shedding march was charmingly play-
Sltd by Mrs. B. F. Condon, to the strains
of which the bridal party entered the
SAparlor, where the marriage took
Place, and all during the ceremony
Mrs. Ccndon played the piano softly
and sweetly.
Pi The parlor was very simply and

PostoffIce Drug Store letl decorated with ferns and
1 Wlowers. The bride wore an exquisite
;. i.ldt.r gown, very elaborately
braided, and she looked very hand-
Ocala Florida some and attractive, and the gown
was most distinguished looking. The
only attendant was the bride's most
intiniate friend. Mrs. Mary Badger
*-*- Eagleton. who was prettily gowned in

Local and Personal Ocala has a hustling automobile At'r th word- had been s pol 'y
elitl. as one of its latest organizations. e an
titnt manie Mrs. Olhtield and I1
Mr Grepor McLean, Ocala's Conant -St. Augustine Record.nd an wife a er
fW in.i.l. was a visitor yesterday. li br an served in tha vr
Dr. Thomas K. Slaughter and Mr. Iliiii n tipper waS srAVed in the dina-
.1 ('. l)ulree of Roddick contom- .lack Rentz of L.evon w.r'o isitin iin room. Tbh able was exce"eding-
I,!,).. a trip to Phlladelpha soon. Ocala Monday. !1\ i,'tty in its appointtmtents, Ite cell-
i tr pi-ce being a large vase of lovely
FOR SAL--Three n.ul(s and one TRESPASS NOTICES-1x.14 inch- piinlk and white' roses with ftrns. A
horse. -hea-ap for cash. Apply to Sam es,, for sale at this oh.ee. 10c. each. de'licious salad course. followed by ice
HI. Martin. at Martin & Carn's store. or $1 a dczen. Apply Ocala Banner cr; ::;. cake an;, coffee was served.
l, o2-lt. r i e h 'ove 1,iinr gu;es;s lingeredl ft'r an
A whtol, train loaI of horo.; arri\- Io, r <(0 lj;ore. an.I ulanly good lwishe-
Mrs Frank liub'r. who has speln (1 in Orlando Saturday Ironi \Vindsor. of I.'
*Ie -inn.#'r a; her former home in Ih- Canada. ri.ey nuay ellnter on or T ri and g o l. of
** \Mai h as i turned hom e. llem lor Ihe ic n o ';r fair. b ride and ; roo .
ed hote lhen for Ithe cS :1 o i' f1ir. Those present at tlile wedding were'

tr. ,n.l .Mrs. .lerry Burnett are wel- .ludge aos,'p Hl,,l an r. -:dlvi.rdl h hlride's mother. Mrs. Sinclair. Mrs.
Eagleton. )I-'. and Mrs. Dodge. D)r. S.
..,in,g anoth-.r little girl into their Tucker went to tIL. (L: . il:. a- aiBlitch. Mr. and Mrs. Dd. F. ondon,
famli!6 Th'e litlte Inie was born Sat- iay iornin. n y o'clokr. F. Condon,
4itda t night were back wi.h two teilltiug wild .Mrs. Annie Perry and child ren. Miss
Sturkeys Florrie Condon. Mrs. .. 1W. Pearson
TRESPASS NOTICES-11x14 inch- and Miss Vic Raysor.
e.. for sale at this office. 10c. each, Buiss Garden Seeds, f just n Mrs. Holmes is the oldor of the two
or $ a dozen. Apply Ocala Baner at the Postoffice Drug Store. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. William
SSinclair, who are among the oldest

P Twelve dollars and fifty cents for Monlay %w-s a badl day for the lii- residents of Ocala. having moved here
wild pine lands at public auction is tie birdies. Hundreds and hundreds many years ago from Candler, where
Shat was ,,t-n in Ocala Monday morn- of them were mercilessly slain. They hey owned an orang'' grove. Tli'
mI had no friend ls except anmonli those bride grew upl ini this city. anlI ex-
who had no guns. .ept for a portion of the last three' or
The' work of paving Magnolia street four y-earn: has always livedI here.
ill -.gin in ranest today. It will be Mrs. C. 1 Van Deoman of .Jacikson- This pal'er join. i ith hti many oth-
ia. .d from the Baptist church to the ville is in Ocala. the guest of her sis- ,* I.i nidis in ,oiing that h .r future
S.abolard deplot. We are promised a ter. Mrs \V. \. Harriss. .Mrs. Van .i;, v.ill he a \ry rosea'n anl happy
wl jo. I )enian has visited in Ocala a numilier! ePP.
lof times andI has many friends bere Mr. li-'.v;;ar, l,'lini!;Lton Hold r-s.
FOR SAI.E-One colt. 4 years old: 'li. mroin,. s a stranger in Ociala. liut
-orks anywhere: also one mule. Ad- FOR SALE-Two small improved i \ hishl ell of b. "ll l
dr.-.< lovnton. Orange Iake, farms for sale chetapl located ne-Ir "
Fla lo-_2-lt. 1Bhelleview. Fla. Aplp!y to E. Si 'nc-,', I m'w hm.t Hl is a son of I'. (ie '
I Ocala. Fla. 1, 1.5-4i* \V. iolnm 's of Slharpt's. Floride. ;,who
% r- NM. "T Borden. a sister-in-law i_ ,". 11 lilt % i'll linown a.;st (c,)ast
.d M "' lt'n lor.-ln of this city. died at )ti of th I pie,.tti '-i [ :a'iies clien in iost". T li t :::ily ( vmne 'l i' -
:, p. t. rs.turi'g Sunday. and the re- Atlant;. l:st we* k was an ai'erniIn lI a ;'i."ta Ohio ;l, 'v were ve'y p')lini-
i, ; ;as-e.d ?through Ocala ye'.-ter- at v. hi-h Mrs. .1. I';nisu ii n \\:;i lith :,r. : it, ir ti;n'lu- honw'.
.*a\ t ) ixf i. Ala].. wh. r, they \will hlio, .- h.-r ~ :o a. tii! \Ve< l'.i( h- '". :Ioln:'s ,,v.-'is a spl; ndi, orI;iI.!id
,. t, ~.i d i hl dit' 'ld from Iin e ,'ff ,'cts 1.r,', Ijah A. F;IO! > i 01ll (it ?')\t'\ "-r'" .' .2' (';lii';.,.;"!. 0t! t if' iii''s I.-
,,ft ''i l 'i si.i.s -,i s w er,, MM i-s, s M i,,iti', Stax : ii 1;:! : ,lIoilt l,..'rr' t' illt\ ir ,. .sn- ,:,
.... ..- :--i.ll i\i ';;i Ill'e; > ,- t 1 [- I ii "'t';"-' V ]il'. 1,11 *'|c- e', :;! u'ou;l-i, :tr:-! ,r
Thi, ,-..kl mnee'ting of the Bali.st i__"i--- --- -- L ,I ,,,ll,.i it', ::ai hi, h: :.u, \\1
\n< in < was lb ilo day after l ls ai l .'nMjait. ii. who ai s n : ;;:k'l.t ,hi.ir hon:*,
r., ,: .1 t'h*' ho1ime' of Mrs. \V D. Rich- i .; ^ ,luuni.-. is con- i r nii Mr-. liulnr s ~| inM oi ; j
S \t' ;" an hour and a half splen i' ,i s ,,it. ;: ,1 il e ;'; n\. ,,; t- !.i\V it ()';. iO l. Tihe r- ,-i < i. .,.. lInut r;"s |
,1 ,.l1in;2 alan~c work r't frs.t ent" 'I ,, ,'. .1 p j, l:':- iii rnlri;.; y !i,' '*,,r mon.lher. A. 'ompnni.,d hy 1Mr.-.
S. ,.\.td alnd the afternoon -was an home .Monday.-Atlanta .lournal. Miss IH-olimes' little son. Master Sinebirt
,. .,l|intl.\ pleasant one. Benjamin is a daughter of Mr and (Oi.lfiehl. ;he\ left on the night train
NTE-A" once, nman with log- Mrs. Sol Henjamin, formerly of 'his for Jacksonville,. anI from tliheire will
in t.am to haul for mill. Write or ,it. anil thie friends of the family go at once to their home on the east

-all Hilton Lumber Company. Belle- here will be glad to know that Miss coast.
Stew. Fla. I0-22-2t. Benjamin has now recovered h'er
The Southern Farm and Home (Com- heahh. TR
pan ugan its campaign of advertis- DON'T DRINK' But if you do, see The Ocala .local union meets in
ing Sunday in the principal newspa- Hogan, and get the best that money Ocala every first and third Saturday
Sof the country. The first shot buy. If it's a good drink, we have in each month at 2 o'clock p. m.

4out of the gun cost ihe company the it. x The purpose of the farmers' union
.urn of forty" thousand dollars. The
umn oif forty thousand dollars, the r. JW I. Byrne. who represents a is to secure equity, establish justice
one and occupied two full pages in large shoe firm of St. Louis. and who and apply the golden rule: to dis-
the most influential dailies of the makes Ocala his headquarters luring courage the credit and mortgage sys.
ntry. ost inrething from San Francis- e he winters, came in Monday from tem: to assist our members in buy
Suntry. stretchingd from Dul trance Key West. He reports quite a rough ing and selling; to educate the agri-
.lacksonilleo. It will mean a great deal voyage from Key West to Tampa. cultural classes in scientific farming:
toward konville development of this ceun- There was a wind storm that almost to teach farmers the classification of
resulted in a hurricane, and some of crops. domestic economy and the pro-
try. the passengers were thrown from cess of marketing; to systematize
Mr. Warterson- Tucker has trans- their berths, and almost seventy-five methods of production and distribu-
M,.rrd bis Airdome theater to thc ar- per cent. of three hundred passengers tion: to eliminate gambling in farm
motr for the winter season. and thr were sea sick. The boat was delayed products by boards of trade. cotton
ry for he winter saso n last seven hours. exchanges and other speculators; to
fnirt performance was -gin I '*-bring farming up to the standard of
night ai consisted o. mDr. and Mrs. Sylvan McElroy. other industries and business enter-
Sfollow and vaudeville grm in whose marriage was a brilliant social prices: to secure and maintain profi-
Tb following was the program event taking place in Ocala on Octo- table and uniform prices for cotton,
full: her 20th, after a delightful wedding grain, live stock and other products
-'Black Plaue-Full reel. trip to Washington. Baltimore and of the farm: to strive for harmony.
S-Phantom Sirens." New York. reached Ocala Sunday and good will among all mankind and
-Rulers of the World." rl. morning. Dr. McElroy has gone on brotherly love among ourselves: to
'A Mother's Choice-F ull ss to his home at Orlando. and after garner the tears of the distressed. the-
Mitts Katherine Howard and Mi spending a day or two with her pa- blood of martyrs, the laugh of inno-I
S lse Rusell. in high class com rents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier. Mrs. cent childhood, the sweat of honest
ingin and dancing. de-McElroy will join her husband, and labor and the- virtue ef a 1.appy home
-T trons were very thmuch will berin housekeeping at their as 'he brightest jewels known.


The repairs and improvements go-; It Is A
Iing on at the city market are now
nearly completed, and the stalls will That the man who carries hi
all be occupied before the end of the spend all of it without though
week. What was the front entrance
has been closed up and the entrance
will now be on South Second street. taming a reserve in his bank.
There will now be no front stalls nor THE MUNROE & CI
back stalls, but all stalls will bear
about the same relation to each other OCALA
and the occupants of the same will
have about an equal chance at thei P TTY PARTY IN ATLANTA
man after a steak for breakfast, a -
roast for dinner or an oyster stew for Mrs. M. H. Stovall entertained the
supper. ...Tech chapter of the Phi Delta Theta
The floor is now of cement and will fraternity very delightfully Saturday
be flooded daily, so the market will be evening at her home on West Peach.
kept in fine sanitary condition. Spe- inme
tree, in compliment to her son, Mr.
cial attention also will be given to Wallace Stovall.
screenings, and it will be made as ll S
screenings, and it will be made as The house was artistic in its decor-
nearly fly proof as possible, actions of autumn leaves, witches,
The building has been celled over- black cats and jack-o-lanterns.
head and painted and the walls have black cats and jack-o-lanterns.
been whitewashed. New lights have Punch was served in a black cal-
been put in, and the building is one dron by Miss Annette Tiller and Miss 4
been put in, and the building is one At P o O a
Alta Pearson of Ocala, Fla.
of which any city no larger than ours The young lades present were
may be justly proud. 1 The young ladies present were
may be justly proud. dressed as witches and ghosts, and
While we do not wish to make any after and evening of frolic and Hal-
invidious distinctions just on the heels lowe'en pranks a delicious salad
of a municipal election, still we think lowe'en pranks a delicious salad
ipl j c to ., course and hot chocolate was served.
that it is but simple justice to sayassistd in enter-
that most of the credit for the rejuvi-
n n of te cy m e Itaming by her daughter, Miss Minnie
nation of the city market belongs tow h
tStovall. who was attractive in red.
Alderman Stokes of the first ward. He I
lb sid, I p i 'ix iilbet'rs of i:4' iratei-
worked for it with great persistence, nity the other guests present were
and finally won out, when it was ty tMr.ichard Harris, Miss Minnie
thought at one time to have been lost.11r. Miss Annette Tillers is Minni
The stalls were all auctioned off! utoran. M iss Ann(tte Tll'rl is Et-
yesterday by City Clerk Henry Sis-lta Pultman. Miss Cleolo Briscoo, Miss
Xap L.ogan, Miss Corinne Parrfit,
trunk, anti they brought very excetl- Xae Logan, Miss Corinne Parrdtnt.
S- ,Miss.'s Anianla and Eugenia Walk
lent prices, as the following will ov Atanta .Miss ulea earon
show: l< of Atlanta; \Tiss Alta Pearson
show- lMiss .Ivan Austiiii. Misses lb'ssie andi
Stall No. 1. Alexander Mathews.
Stal o 1, A e t. NMargtirite Porter of Ocala, Fla.
$17.50; stall No. 2, William P. Ed- ,rif O ala. Ala.
Miss Bertha Britt of Eufatila. Ala.:
wards. $27.50: stalls No. 3 and 4. S. E.
Rowe, $2 and $19.50; stall No. 5 Z and(l Miss Leoral WVight of St. Paul. v
Minn.-Atlanta .Journal. ci
C. Chambliss, $210; stall No. c*. L. P. d1
Dawkins, $2o- stall No. 7. W. J. Tuck- THE SUMMER COUNTY TRAGEDY
er. $20; stall No. .s, Tony Gaulman. n
$20 Two indictmnets for murder wo're

MR. HARDAKER SUES TAMPA-HA- found against J*ohn Beville by the ft
VANA COMPANY lSulntr county grand july. ;lid t.,
VANA COMPANY trial has been set for nex-t WV(lnes-
Arthur Hardaker, formerly manager d.
Ar thu ardaHer, former manager The case is creating profoundly inter
of the Tampa-Havana L.umber Corn- s e niaut is a iiiir of 8
pany, has entered suit against the thede ant
one of the oldest and mllost IWrOliin n, n'
stockholders of that company. to re-Ioleo of our sister count r
cover the amount of his stock. $1,.-.amili l's of our sisternovs .M .
o0o. The stockhol B, Konce of this city, ("ali. j It. It,
Mr. iHadkraer's suit are R. S. Hall. T'. t 1 1 ity J .
C. Hall. Thomas Dowling, Charles H. ohnston of 1)a and 11et
Brown. John K. C(heiey, Hayes Bige- Th a trial was se t for last
low and S. .1. Davis. TheI trial was si t for ltast Wts inf h'
In his pleading Mr. Hardaker sets
prisoner' it was ('onip llt'd bt he in '
forth that when the (cOnpany was rve- isone I sco
tinted. ",
organiizedl thai he took stock to tl: ,
amount of $1 lo.ill. aind with tlhe ;ln- h eT crai e t I which y i n,' 1t1.' I
lerstandiilg that lit was w to hlie g**n ral i as nI indict, d is r. of t h. ,l
a v )I.i I, rill f rI I nl a l tg (e r. *>, w i lh ;a c o in r a c t f o r ilh l ',, ; l r
years .it $61010 a 1 i r. 11 was < n- i i
tilnut ill this (ca ai'tlv so long I hi- 1 is li i I.
servlicets W re sal isftilorv, anil wni ; , l

lith ;1S r('lic'r,| o|' tAile lliall;A 'lll, h;
hx' waIs to II' alhowd 10t draw his ; ,it
,'\ ouI t. Ii a' lHI .s '+;ltkt t he en' !) |iii I
viol t 1 l t i f s co40 ti ract' wvi'h hi i I :I I
A1lay. W lhen hie W'--;I' it-po-f.,) ;.1s malln :
ger1. anI i t ha. so i':f r 1 \' has lie)'f;1 un -
ble It() Tihe 14 s, will iab l-iard it(IIkor, l.Imi I
W\V. S. Bnlloc(k at ()ca; I nxt TIhur.-l

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T ;A!M i;W O' M N n h;i tTO B U I H Tll.

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day.--Tampa Triune. TO CONFEDERATES

A ('onfed.it'tt' monumentt will Ii.
.A nr-ctetd a; Tampa Iy the I r'i'-.l

The Marion Couity i air, whic(i will. Iauih-trs of lh, ('o ihf-ra A
be held in Ocala froun Noveml r i"conetract has been placed wi h il. Mte
to 26. will eclipse all former efforts of Neel Marble ('omparn. of Mari.ia,
the managers anl .I:11 refler.t great (;a.. for $ le.a. the shaft to hie c-re' d
credit upon the entire state, much lessias soon as the, work can hi' inanilac-
the county of Marion. jtured.
Through, the generosity of a largt The ladies hope to have th "nionu-
per cent. of the leading business men nient completed in time to be unveil-
of Ocala. besides a great number of ed next Memorial day.
well to do farmers of the county, they The chapter has 35. members. with
have fromned themselves into an as- officers as follows: Miss A. E. Caruth
sociation and now own and control ers, prresid-ent; Miss India Lslie, frs,
one of the largest plats of land ever vice president:: Mrs. E. '. Black. meC
selected for a fair site in the state. ond ice president: Mrs. F. H. How-
and while this is only their .second ard. recording secretary; Mrs.. K.
year. they will make a great showing Moore, corresponding secretary;
of the agricultural, horticultural antd Mrs. L. Avielhh, treasurer. and Mrs
live stock interests of the county.
Many attractive features, which W ymathize with Judge abry
all go to make up the fair. have bee*, of Tallahas in thu loss of is a
secured, and the long list of attrac- mirabll son, Jack. There are few
tions for the general amusement of men in the sae who are held in hh-
the public will be among the largest m esteem than Judge .abry now
er s. er esteem than Judge Mabry,v now
ever seen in the state. clerk of the supreme court, but once
All eyes will e turned towards the chief justice of that court. Jack-
Oala for three ays. for they will was his assistant in Tallahassee. and
have the pleasure of witnessing some- was a splendid young man.-hpn.acon
thing that will prove highly instruct- la News.

ive to 'hem. as well as entertaining.-
Gaine sville Sun.

Anyone having Eucalyptus trees, or

Mr. Harry Bullock, who works on
the East Coast railway, came home
Sundlav to sianenil a few davs withi KI.


s money in his pocket will
it; while it becomes second
account to figure on main-




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lay moniinmg.
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"Ism OF MICORPORATMION f ofee this the 26th day of October
-- S S CHARTER OF A. ID.. 109.
COMPANY. J. P. 1at District, Marion Co.. Fla.
--- Notice of Intention to Apply for Let-
- rigned. intending and pro- tern Patent
I toergaalme a corporation under Notice is hereby given that the un
> seral laws of Florida, relating designed will, on the 1st day of De
earmateias for profit. and the acts member, A. D. 1909, apply to the gov-
m isalmtaure ameadatory thereto, ernor of the state of Florida, at Tal
Jpty make and publish the follow- lahassee, Florida, for letters patent
I aOretes of lmeorporation and pro- upon the foregoing articles of incor
ed charter. viz: portion and proposed charter.

tTb a&a t of the corporation shall
6P, Ora Fertiliser Company. and its
atedpal place of business shall be
il Ola. In Marion county. Florida,.
wOb is brimch oaces at such other
aim the board of directors may
ow U to time designate.
TU general nature of the business
to be tIrannmted by the corporation is
S nal mamaideture, buy and sell
"w"aF l fertiiasers of all kinds
OWd of aN grades; to buy. acquire,
M. smt. lease, mortgage, or otfier-
uw deIal i lands. buildings, stock,
@a -tate. personal property, and
am other property as may be neces-
ay and teldent to the general char-
aoer and conduct of its business.
lbe corporation will engage in the
=1isIag. manufacture. buying and sell-
la commercial fertilizers, fertilizer
a i.tsatl. chemicals. phosphate rock.
posse and sch other fertilizers and
fertaIt as it may deem profitable.
l1 will mac in buying, ginning
and Osin cotton and cotton seed, in
Stf ailing of cotton seed. and the
mmefaurter of cotton seed meal and
of cotte. seed oil.
It will engage in the general mer-
ador business. It will engage in
a gnsal ased business,. to buy and
to soM. lower, vegetable and farm
-s4s eof al kinds.
it a"l have power to build and
sastrlrt sueh stone, brick, masonry,
Maal and wood works and buildings
-rsoanry for the proper conduct of
Mlo gseal bstiess.
It shall have power to cnostruct
mra Md opur tracks and tram car
teWa., sc.r as ar necessary to the
prper product of its general busi-
aos. and shall have power to operate
sano It shall have power to buy, ac-
aie,. own. sell. lease. mortgage lands,
rol *eate and personal property ne-
siary t tohe proper conducting of
Us gwemral business. and to market.
"w11. ship or otherwise dispose of its
pr dlrts It shall have power to op-
irate itt factory. roads. mills and

Tib' ammoint of capital stock author-
1ed to the sum of Twenty Thousand
Iithaar*s o8O.Ni. which will be divid-
end ltit two hundred shares of the par
val** sabar Not Ile#s than fifty per cent.
of th. authorized capital stock shall
tb *wtiwrnriltd for and paid for in cash
befiM the company shall transact,
mad-r 's. 4-orivorate seal, any busi-
,ase ll (of the authorized capital
sank i ma I,' issued and paid for at
Orlt .*,>.' aRnd on such terms and
rosdatber' am the board of directors

lb, it .in It vhimch the corporation
'lIl .%'-' it- nine; s-a ine years. The'
*<- o l -, shall conduct the busi-
. ,,; 'i,. (c'.ornlortion will be a pres-
4 1 pr,-.idl ,n. a secretary, a
r.'..'- AI .uld a lbo:;rtl ,t directors not
S e.... t,,.- 0 \-:e in ii ,intil r All of
* >, e aitl h,'. 'ele'-t I hyl thet stock-
.oI i l it, 1! r.-1 I .-lulaI lin(eet ill,
ot ** i. t'iii ?:i . i -'r ta;, : i r'casutir r il y
,f C 11 | n. t, !h sa.:.. e lt'r-
1 i,, iir tcul. l : -.. ii.;iIe ,f ,li
r6"i" 'nl' 'ioi i ra-rt .hall b*. h1lel --' d Ttoi ',; in
Mar h 1**1,

ITh sianit.- oit I;

rumduct th.- lIsit-itu'
Om igicatil thee..- t 1--;

pr" 14.sd~ l'

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, 41- !o wi x I Ii

This the 26th day of October. A. D




Notice is hereby given that the un
designed incorporators will apply to
the Honorable W. S. Bullock, judge ol
the circuit court for the fifth judicial
circuit of the state of Florida on the
1st Day of November, A. D. 1909
for approval of the following charter:
And the undersigned hereby*asso
late themselves together for the pur-
pose of becoming incorporated under
the laws of the state of Florida foi
the transaction of the business set
forth in the following charter:
This organization shall be known
and incorporated as The Christian
Benevolent Aid Society of Florida.
Its chief place of business and its
headquarters shall be at Reddick, in
Marion county, Florida.
The purpose and object of this or-
ganization is for charitable and b-
nevolent work, and fraternal union,
and as such society, or lodge, to assist
the needy, visit and care for the sick
and bury the dead of its members.
Any person of good character of
either sex, between the ages of fif-
teen and sixty-five years, may, upon
application at any regular meeting,
be admitted to membership, by bal-
lot of a majority of the members pres-
This corporation shall have succes-
sion by its corporate name for ninety-
nine years.

The names and residences
subscribing incorporators are

of the
as fui-

Green Rutland, Reddick, Florida.
Moses B. Bennett. Reddick, Forid?.
Frank J. Rutland Reddick. Florida.
Beauregard Johnson. Reddick. Flo:-
Ralph Heath. Reddick, Florida.
The officers who shall manage th-e
affairs of this corporation shall tie
designated as follows: Grand Chicf,
Grand, Vice Chief, Grand Scrib ,
Randnd Treasurer and Chaplain; an.1
such officers shall also form and bhe a
Board of Directors for the conduct iai
and management of the business .,;
th' organization, to be elected anin:i-
ly on the first -Monday in Novembet'-
of tach( succt-s.ive year, by ballot of
a majority of the members present in
regular tai ttliuti of tlie association.
(Greetiit utland. Grand 'Chief: Mo-
st-s II. lherneit. Grand Vice Chiet;
Frank .1. RIutlaind. Granind Trt asui-!;
Ralph lHeath. Grand Scribel; Bheaie-
gard .Ihhnison. Chaplain. who shail
niana_- lti h .flTairs of the organizatii, i
uit il :h) fir.i.t leci ioln 11under t thel' .i'-
.'RTlt' L: VII I

cit il.' ~ r'0ia- T"I 1a.1x s oi'"l is 4'eS l-(at ie-Ii
i-w ii' first s1a1'.111ace. atlt el-.! ori. 'e'scil,'lti
. .Me tIT r ~ a 'tm~~Il''appitloihl 4 'h or I h."i;

ii Tavlor. 'jI; I V h-j t te ieiaw

I L'- :aha -I ;.Itl'c'tt:t ei' huh let. th~i-
.1 h.ht C]... j C) ', lt 1 l!~> coii'IccI-:,'j-,ma nix ~-.'i!u--.

I ; .,' (orpora(i ',ion i ,i l ,.l ,f- h,. r 1>. i ,Ifi, l' an .2- : -. ...- C I Ini It
eM'. ', ',,., --lj ,', i ist-it 'ill oo I ( i-:iIrse oI t, h, l, (-' i t he' i p'to p; ALDERMAN MEFFERT A LITTLE ('iai;i'iai:,i I.ci, ,' n ad Ilhis tinl i- p l'r
1 ,* ,-; t l ,t',l 'r- I$. ? 'te.c" O ic ,.r"l ht, .i Ity i;. PREM ATUR E i\\i;li in ii l .;it!.i,. i I' lli t I t'! i
V I . .. ,.f ; T tAR TICL.1: X. 1 lT i .i'p. -r (! sir's ;o: say 1 .\ l,'r-. va I' miiiillod !1 atii ,''',i.
h .- ,l+'l t' at thf ;'.1" 0 1" t hf a \ t!,' i" 1 ," i lt I nun "leffa n '4)1,:h.. not in alN br l'Hint : ,if s1 i iion ; L n
\ ' .. .! '**.,": .l io.n oll l ,'I C- st '.Im;' i -h,'h I f t I a -fjilit i .-I a*.ll ,l I !i ,, ... ();ik

1 ,. ' i t it e',ic'li t*"''' Ihe s lt j,.( j to the atl t',ppr'O al of" il, c r- -" ",f u't it ; im t li; h i lat' not irue'. V' r' txh h al el. a;. i ;i l.inII a ;1ii
S L** -ii jut ,! th< hf th .ittdi cal (ii t .ui\ lac s it 1. r s ys thingi that it that it ecrlipsl d any. o i; r i!.n li i Cn i \ -
F l. I.1. I.n1 .

1 f .I. aN -.T .\ D
i. t', m'. ilCo-. a"l **l MOSES V I ItENNETT'.
t'ie FRANK .1. RI TIANI).
i k i :. I ltol Fla ten RALPH IHEATH.
K V \Nacr1[11a4t, 4 <'itra. HFla ;eni, liCO'poratoi'.
hair.'- rStai.- oi Florida.
I t 1 1iet (r l .tla; Fla.. ten Marion Count3.
*at'* ihflt ore nI'. a .iuly c('oniuiissioned it-
o .C ,i.. '.la i H-ia tw :y-fiv' lary puhlit for t lie' .at' of Floridi,
*h'br*.- personally came Green Rutland. one
S Hi >-t tp uhot.y. Fla ti"'' of the incotporators. and an officer of
*a-" i the above named organization, who,
i ; ,.. t i.1 0ia .Fla. ive being duly sworn, deposes and -Ie-
ka r- clares under oath. that the purposes
Jak. aI,,t i<<.la Fla.. three and objects set forth therein, it is in-
S, ..tended in good faith to carry out. and
ST t,r tcala. Fl two shares, further that he. together with the
i I ilt. F..*n.me,.ien. Fla.. three other incorporators, signed thetr
@"r'V. names as above, and he also asknowl-
A I lusr (Oala. Fla.. two shares. edges to me that he did sign his name
Camp ('ala. Fla.. ten shares. as such incorporator with the othe's
tn'*. C n i'amp. Ocala. Fla ten --4reen Rutland.
s MaRT I Sworn to. and also acknowledged
J 1 M 1EF.RT I-Sal.i i before .ne this September 27th. 1909.
J K HRIATIAN (Seal. Notary Public for the State of Florida.
I WARTMANN (tSeal.i I My commission expires April 16th.
N HARYN IAR (eal.t 11912- 10-1.
IA't*I R HAZAi. Seal. The board of county commissioners.
T" GARY S*t'al.I at their meeting for October appoint-
A I. I.I.AR %Sesl.) ed the following inspectors for the
JOe i. WILEY Scal.I special election to be held in election
l CARINCE CAMP. Seal. .district No. 19. Marion county. Flor-
.RN appeared before me thelida. on October 26. 1909: R. G. All-
authority. .1. M. Meffert, sopp. R. A. Kelsey and W. A. Guthrey.
J. K (brirtas. H. I.. iickson. E. L. inspectors: E. I,. Stafford, clerk.
7,.;._-.- i M ). Taylor. W. D. Carn. ,l,, ..-... .. .,.. .

oil(ens no1 t lihvc 'o lCe trile. Ilit h e'r he'Idl in Flle'riht;. l.i\. e )a;, -i:iila, y
plarl '!iililatr c' a that hI ,' aildI-I'lim ; ll'a i.tl'i''1 the' k,1 < \ 0' liil tt i n Io r io
if r,' to th-is paIper' know. that \N la it i h vo ,tel-ratn aind \ rytliiiin \\xx as at
a.aili is trildr l xweause 11i- editor li wa< th ir' ,lisl)po al. They w(-r*,' indleedi ithi
presetil in person at ihh niee'ini of ('it~ Sandl he c('iizeu.s' guests. ilill the'
Ihe council \vh.n hilh remodtlelinig of hotels. carriages. cigars andi all the'
ihe market house was under discu>- liightr lt'\e't'ra'ge- w '-re fro-. The< hos-
sion. Not only did the passing of the piitalit.y included also a basket linerr
resolution seem hopeless. but all bidls and barbecue and an evening recep-
tor remodeling were voted down. and ]tion which culminated in a dance, .
a motion was made to close the mar- Comrade Ayer reiforcetd ev.+ryihinl
ket building permanently. After Comrade Long said. It was the first
the motion to remodel it was recon- re-union that lie had ever attended,
sidered. the matter was then referr- but said that it would not be his last.
ed to a special committee to have the He did not knoNw that so much good
work properly carried out. Mr. Stokes could be got out of these meetings.
was made chairman of that commit- He says that he is already a candidate
tee in recognition of his work in car- for the Lakeland re-union.
trying out the resolution. This paper, General Long and Comrade Aver
thought that he was deserving of the (then stated that at the re-union the
praise that it bestowed upon him, and' committee on raising funds for the
it did so simply because he was not a building of a monument to the women
candidate for mayor or for re-election of the Confederacy-one in each of
for alderman, as he has another year the fourteen southern states-made
to serve. It had no idea of offending !its report. and it was shown that only
Alderman Meffert or any other alder $300 had been raised. It seems that
man. It desires to say also that it has some benevolent and wealthy gentle-
no objection in the world to Alderman man has contributed five thousand
Meffert running for mayor, to his I dollars towards the erection of such
making the wires hot, or burning the monuments in each of the said four-
bands as he passes under the wires, teen state, but the condition of his do-
but when he goes out of his way to nation is that the Confederate camps
criticize this paper it wants him to be of the different states must supple-
within the nale of the fatc Imlont hie ,, -:.i. .... .

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'* .l. so.li i,'. iti thi rotnti l h', holi ipelr! Ofli'11''. i( ll
without opposition and sol1p running! c ., i
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*- % II () iilin ,' s it, j iilt.'Ol, ced )pro -
vidinlg lor the i)patvi.ng of Fort Kingi YARi
avenxte with vitrified )brick. Read first s iea TIsan
ti1-. & San
At lihe hour of 10;:; ithe registra-
tion books were taken ti)p for revision. jc

Stale of Ohio, Ciiy of Toledo.
Lucas Cotinty--ss.
Frank .1. C('heney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
.I. Cheney & Co.. doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore-
said, and that said firm will pay the
for each and every case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of
Hall s Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De-
cember. A. D. 188 ;6.
(Seal.) A. W. GLEASON,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh CurIe is taken inter-
nally and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
qrT I, 1_ CXII* __ .. -




J. KLEIN .4 I o

Florida cas I t, .
good thing , ..
between .Ia< k-,,l ,i, .. ,' ,'
better than in '. "I .1 ,

The old. ol0 1 ,, I ,
out number ;an, .
over again oI! I .. .
Jt Is ailwRav4 I, ., .
1i,1 search e,f h.-i*rh t i,.
in the world 'i .' -.
aolds a qu . 4, .
(C'oigh kenl-.d S. .

The nian ftr it _. f %
W inston |will .t. hj ,, i. 10
iS cofal.t iliaK f( t ,)

VETS towards the Florida monument.
Department of the Interior, One of the comrades made a most Democratic Gains and Democrae
United States Land Offce,!0 The Confederate Veterans held touching and appealing address and Losses, and Vece VersM .r

To Whom It May Concern: quite an lirteresting session Tuesday said that had it not. been for the gen-Unexpectd Places
Notice is hereby given that F. J. at their regular meeting place in the tie and patient administration of Th Uelectionsexpeted T.
O'Hara, transferee of the Florida city council rooms. these noble women his bones would
Central and Peninsular Railroad Corn- Those present were: Alfred Ayer, now lie bleaching on the mountains of out the country' -hi. i..* ..
pany, has filed in this office a list of.,
t lands situated in the townships de- L. L. Aiken, James N. Badger. L. M. North Carolina. At the end of hi sr.t. -and.I Rhole I..lan..I .,
scribed below and has applied for the Beck, F. W. Blitch. B. L. Carroll, R. speech he presented his pension oil republican ,' ..rnr,- ..,. ,
approval of said tracts; that the list:R. Carlton, T. N. Davis, M. P. Frink. check for the last quarter as his con- ia has r,.turn,il* a do w. r:,r'
is open to the public for inspection. I M. Graham, Frank Harris. T. D. tribution toward the raising of the lice. New Yoi I ,. h,. .
and a copy thereof by descriptive sub- I d democratic candid.
divisions has been posted in a con- Lancaster, H. W. Long, F. H. Lytle, amount pledged. (lenl1orati e andtdal,. 1,
venient place in this office for the in- A. McIntosh, D. W. McDonald. D. A. He was thanked by the camp. and (;a3nor. io the. o4ffl. o.t r .
section of the public generally, and: Miller, C. C. Stevens. .. D. Shaw and other addresses were made by the in Philajtlpli th. ,flr .l
all persons Interested. E. T. Williams. comrades. torni.s to ir.i-ai it.- *
Within the next sixty days follow- A. TWilas scores fa ,I
ing the date of this notice, protests or; Mr. H. H. Love of the Robert E. Lee A committee consisting of 'Co- ganization ha.. a:..,
contests against the claim of the!camp of Jacksonville, was a visiting rades H. W. Long. Alfred Ayer and In N.-w .I.rs.. Ih r,i.. ,
company to any sectioract or subdivision se comrade and took part in the pro- Frank Harris was appointed to raise.their own ,*.rrih,.,- ,
within any section, or parts of see-!the said amount. ,bon. lenio-raf. h.a- :i. .1t .
tions, described in the list, on the ceedings. No other business,
ground that the same is more valua- General H. W. Long. chairman of No other business, the camp a.d-.ia., oaf ('l,.,.l.aI o (,a,.
ble for mineral than for agricultural jthe memorial committee, submitted journed. T The late.sit tsittir- rio. .
purposes, will be received and noted the following meoir of Comrade sco indi .ati' rtill' fr:, I- I***.
ffor report to the general land office the following memoir of Comrade
at Washington, D.nC. Seth R. Brown: AUTOMOBILE CLUB ORGANIZED ,euIni('r:tt. hat. .. I '.. ... 4
East half northeast quarter. east in Memoriam --rit at ornty
half northwest quarter and southwest Comrade Seth R. Brown was born Quite a large number of automobil- j In ari lad .....
quarter northwest quarter, section 14, in Alabama in the year 1829. and with ists and goon roads enthusiasts met Ithe s.>-calle.d ,Iritra:f,< .. rv ,-,e
township 12 south, range 23.east. arhis parents moved to Marion county in the Elks' lodge rooms Tuesday. mnt de,.o :ntn ,t, .i ,., .
. ter section 10 townser p 13 southwest quar- Florida in the early forties, who. as night and completed the arrangeui-- :"I) a: ;1. |in tera section 10. township 13 south' farmers, threw -the full force of their
Sour range 23thw east quarter sectin north- energies in establishing American civ- ients for the organization of t1he a- in tl: !:.ani.* ,
t west qourter northwest uarterecti er senorth- ilization, and transforming the natural ron County Auto Club. .resl:' i. still u1e. .,' .1 ,,
westn 17, and southeast quarter, see- forest of the country into fruitful The following officers were unaii- tio.ns a.r o0. I ,,

tion 18 township 14 south, range 23. fields and beautiful hamlets, thereby mously elected: j nit'l ha.s .e-enii d,. ft'.* I
east. laying the foundation for a great and President. Edward Holdeor. In Indiana. thlt. it ,,, .. .. .
Southeast quarter southwest quar- prosperous state.wVice president, J. H. Spencer. several important *
ter, section 2. township 13. south Comrade Brown was happily mar- Vice president, J. H. Spencer. seral iran
range 22, east.ownship 13. s ried to Miss Grace Gibson of Marion Secretary Emmett E. Robinson. larl, in Indianapoli. h.l -. t.
HENRY S. CHUBB. Register. county, Florida, during the year 1856. Treasurer, Ben Rheinauer. Lewis Shank. rluft.ie ., t- . 4
SHIELDS WARREN, Receiver. He enlisted in a company raised by Board of governors. J. D. Robertson, nayor and tih . .
1 0-29-9t. Capt. S. M. G. Gary as a private in
-.t April, 1802. which afterwards became J. M. Meffert. Geo. K. Robinson, W. et returned
Company G. of the 6th Florida battal- P. Edwards. R. E. Yonge. Clarence Thel re'Itutli.aoin, o ,. . ,,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ion, commanded by Major Pickens Camp. setts by tihe nartrow,. i i,,.r .
tBird. His company. together with the The president stated that he would historothe lI
Notice is hereby given to all cred-other nine companies constituting the Te president stated that h would hitor of th .
itors, distributes and all other per- battalion, were ordered to Camp Fine- appoint all necessary committees af- quarter ot a f(enrut rI., .
sons having claims against the es- gan, near Jacksonville, Florida, in the ter consultation with the board of ity tck.t %.as re 'c-| io '. '. o..
tate of William H. Powers, deceased, fall of 1863. which were located in ex- governors Draii. s pluraiiI ,'
to present the same to the undersign- posed localities of the surrounding T e r l . .* g*
ed administratrix. duly proven, with- country, his company being located at The following importaii document e:.,,..o la.s 'ear t, ....
in one year from this date. Doctor's Lake. He was in the memor- was introduced by Mr. J. D. Robert- -- -
Dated, Ocala, Fla., Aug. 20th, 1909. able march from Camp Finegan via son and unanimously adopted: PROFESSIONAL CARDS
VIOLET H. POWERS. Trail Ridge to Lake City. Florida, To the Honorable Board of County - -- -
As Administratrix of the Estate of February 8th to 13th. 1864, and as a R.D. FULLER C a AVl
Wilia.: ,4 Owers. 8-21-8t gallant soldier participated in the bat- Commissioners. Marion Co.. Fla.: FULLER AYER
tie of Olustee. February 2tnh. 1S4. tGentlenien-At a meeting of the FULLER AVER
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION The 6th Florida battalion was soon af- Ocala Automobile Club. held in the
-- ter this made the 9th Florida regi- Elks hall Tuesday night, the 2nd inst.. ENTI r
ment by the appointment of Col. John, ----
Department of the Interior. M. Martin colonel of the same. His the following resolutions were inan.-
U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. command constituting a part of Fin- inously adopted: O I r .Munroe <& ant n, t
October 2., 1909. egan's brigade, was transferred to the W\hereas. There has been graded a OCALA. FI l ,, .
NoSmith f iSummerfiy gied. Fnlorida whJoseph army of northern Virginia. arriving public road connecting Dunnellon with -. -
onSmith of Summrfar 4 m ade homestead at Hanover .llnuction. near the South- O)ala; and. whereas. Ihis is one. of J. E. CHACE. D. J.
on Januartry 4, 1900, mae homestead ana river. May 2;. 1t;4. and was as- the most important roads inll the coun- -
ent18ry N for 94southeast quarter of southbersigned to Miahone's division. Hill's ty, connecting the two chief cities of DENTIFT
18) for southeast quarter o sou corps, at that point. In addition to the (county: and. whereas. this road
westo quarter and southwest quarter numerous skirmishes. he particiiated fornis a link in the proi)o( -d piiblic<
of southeast quarter, section 2 town-llain l atls of Coal H arbor. Peter- iiigh.way tr arsing tile state, and con- Pold*r !
hip 17, south, rangi e east, Taice ofa ur. WVvldon, Railroad. Ream,'s Sta- nte(.tinig the two w chief cities of the (A\1.A. A
hassee meridian., has filed notice of Io f't p: intention to make final five year proofP< ,oe t I on Iar il t tou," ab.,n T laim ..... t ( ll "ar- ,oand as paroled at Ap|)onat>ox Co.. r. w1real';s, the conntlv comniissioners )f EP GU
toes tried. fore the clerk of the cir- ot..o. Virinia f ;1 tlsurrenh-r V i)tlh ."J(,oltli tis of th( e sate throiLh111- P G ERRANT.
cuit court il Ocila Florida on the llof General I.I.e April 9. 1 %-. -He then which this proposed pI i)ldii highway' -
10th Day of November, 1909. ret urned to l his home il M1at iot ('0un- pasesa taking st*ps to mIak. tile VETEI N It11N ;t
.(.laima.n na s as n tv wns re :'ni,; the, pe. .' ef l 'al.ks" p rli'or l oI ti .is lprolo d hilh.w\\. itn
C'laimiant names ais aswitnsss: (IIfCivil ji'',Iafinc't'.
Willis Wilber oif Ocala, Florida. ,t0 wvil lit a a t;i n er. i. ;th r ountits lihard surface' lo;!
HI N. a : lhi:t .su ldi ,r i s l tsrf)r",. I il it ,Oppo A '-i' t ri ,
)DeW itt ~mnith of Oxford, Flori ..da. ; .n a ,! li.t) l an f;!ir. ;,..o t .,I. a t is ass( iati) i ( CA l..
Jack G(riggers. of Oxford. Florida.n. a ol d. Th tis ss .. OCA
.lohl n D.a is of Oxford. Florida. I 'I V i h <.hlle,' fo f i '' f, r lilltrd (e f (colilty (in!-sio. .ll- ---- -
IIENRY S tC 'I hI t ni -'e I o. i' -Xl, 1 '. iC. Visd it-, h l l'l ( i. a <1- t, 'i i' t.i.i ,i V ii tl o .Il kl t h4lh cnii 1 ,- .
16-SR e i temi ran n il l> dtn..' t hours o .,, ., |)un.iilon t ai.!
n-s Rcgister_'t. *t't;d' 0,* ^ withl a rav of s lnlslilln,' 't ('v *i't*. roa.i;;1. .\ li l a1liy t. t lhat; lhis as-. 'i a'; y .
NOTICE Coiri-ad' S,'ih l t. ll"t n tI lid'.! t1'in ,,,,-.11 'iiti l t, i .' i th counI ( ( l nii --
--the _ff_.'..._l_ ,f c n('I ,, i i o ,,l )! \s lriof ot nl iti v t'strawIv lie'
I'l 'h, C('ir(cuit Co1urt 01' :' iiftl. .I.- f lii -inii h;'i. M rs. lKnt1\. iin ic;n- ;iiii-i,.- ,l p ti(,n o i 1 .i ')or 's ii
:ic'ial C'irca;ii. 1i Florii' i in 'i d i r e' P '... ..ll'h id i. 0 nh,,r 1uI i*'t,. :it il \vi' ,s ;,;,t i, I, ih i i n.', i 'o hldClini el.. lf ( L.A .
.\':,ri<,n i t .itii-\--lii 'l.;:r.,. r.- h);ri.'.l at 0<.-a;la. Flori;da. Octob r 1i. M\Ka i (n ;lu:I v Fa.';ir
S isan Taylor. (o' pl ;.s!i. i!, \s 1.- e1.. by the si,!.- of hi olx cih \viile'. I: re.,,aivt.ti flitillu, r. 'riaLt lh .F. BLALOCi
wa'rd Ta;)iol'. I).ife(lnida t- Order for 'whlo pr-c ced, d! lt Il a ilit i f a I (tf v,.'is. i, i.i C C .itili (n ii:i- Si.)n.i'rs 1,[ D BLALOC
.'nst irnictive' Seirvice. .A. ni, \v' ;o It is h,'.rd e l lIhat i he elt feinialnt r l'rok'ii link amo'nl otur In.iC hIirS. aIt r lll i l -iif 'aI I, t xw I I.: \ -
therein nalit d. to-v.wil : Edward Taylor. \Vhoi I1h' '. i(- iai:i ;i, ilt -* i. mi li' ;) |i t' | '.. ,
lie alin Ice is h'ereby required to ap- lr.eoiv-l, Thr t iin th.- ci ath of ('mil- .1j
Ip"r 1o thI' iill of com)pla;int filed i '"atld'' Irowt i this c la p lost one of ;1 ;, c,'i, r, ,. .- *,t , Ilia a (' fi Offic' me .r ,, e
ilii. coils' on or l cI for' i !:l hhl.v 'es." i'e' i iii-ml.'m rs, ilnd the' ,, I i1, ... I i'Js ]iI CoIjns i iil," l '' I I'h ,i ,u .
Monday, the 12th day of November, ( n')iinlttnity ti la'12,n It s.cful (iti n. itii,, .;il t .'. it;,'iti-,s oif 'Mla iIJ ... .
1909 1 Usl)dI !. 2tnt. That a cn|y of this (,'t:! i I, t r i, 'ie.-11 ii (u-Ll, CI -
1it is lt i it rt ltere. l Thil a 1opy tofo tfi 1 i" ic' f liiii. h islte is itrli eet ,I \\, ,,li ) i i., i CHARLES D. HULBERT. M' '
; his .l',i r h' pi' il!islih ,t o(ciCC a w eek hi'llfI'c'n. ;' ( YopY hI. 1 li ,,ldi l inll th, .\ <\ ...;i,'i ,,.,. i d it1 H ti lh 1, -
Sfor i~ h!t ( 'oils.C utl iv w e ks in the ( '; : H;i tiie ,r a'n' )t.cala Snat;i'. aa eai fO :c....Oc
Ora!a ath aiiii l'. a i ,\sp.iper pIuildished ;a: i1 t' rte'(ordel in ourlt historic ,t' j l('.i l l it ;i :i :,,iar. l f O.11:ur \ '1l: ,
ii, st,'; i 'd ltii .1i ,i i, st'-!at ,. ioo k I ,.I:,.! ; v., -: : ,t ii ;,.,i 1, i i1 1 i ...i C,
T lh is C;i ila \ o l S ,')'.'li tx .i l'.. 1t' .. 'lllu l siil,!iii l l. ,l' r, il il o n in ,, it ,,.' I ,,:' (i o f ('c t .
.-ad.i 81 T. SISTRI'NK", II. W LON'(;. Ctt!Iit ilIClt'' it its -doc~l tolt.. t' 'i( > full '
r, 1 I'ir i; ',;. 1 a r h n ( o .. F la F '!A H R IS I. e,', , f ii,,i s i a i ts b l i..l .-',. H ; ial i . ,
9-10. T. 1). I.. AST1:T I < i l sin.ss was irans- blL nank :..





Third Commandment and Proposed
Thou shalt not take the name of
S the Lord thy God in vain.
Thou shalt not drink to drunken-
nPss or bewilder thyself with strong

Following closely on the announce-
menm of the- "new religion" by Presi-
d'nt Emeritus Eliot of Harvard.
'onies the. statement by Thomas Nix-
oL Carver, professor of economics in
the same university, that the Ten
Commandments ought to be edited or
added to to meet the needs of modern
Prof. Carver declares, as a matter
of economicss and the social uplifting
of the American people. that drinking
ith a more important subject for Dli-
'ine injunction than blasphemy. He
tays thai the commandment, "Thot,

conditions require changed rules of
conduct, and so today I think that a
commandment against drunkenness
is needed.
"In our highly articulated system
of civilization, it is absolutely neces-
sary that every man should be de-
pendable 'the entire machine may be
tive engineer. the switchman, thel
chauffeur, the elevator man, are in po-
sitions where the lives of others are
dependent upon their efficiency. I
have mentioned extreme cases, but in
the complexity of modern civilization
almost every man becomes only a cog
in the machine, and if he is not de-
pendable the entire maheine may be
thrown out of working order. This
is much more the case today than it
was a. few generations ago, when
men worked more generally as indi-



arsesA( APutTITE Am mw"h3'DW NMU N lCs


Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 1, 1909.
To the Editor Ocala Banner:
Gov. Gilchrist has now the task of
distributing to the officers and men
who comprised Florida's quota of sol-
diers in the Spanish-American war, a
sum of money which has recently
been collected from 'the United States
government under the act of congress
providing for pay and rations of such


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
A protracted meeting is in progress
here, conducted by Mr. Eddington,
pastor of the Methodist church.. The 6
people seem to be interested in it.
but so far there have been no acces-
sions to the church. 6
Master Willie Massey, who has d
been very sick with bilious remit tant
fever, is convalescing.
Mr. Jesse Hall's baby is quite sick.
There has been more sickness here t
in the past three months than we have Q
had in several' years. but there is very
little here now, with the exception of
The weather is very dry The cane
crop will be almost' a failure if we e., 6
not soon have rain.
Mr. James Sims of Esmeraldo iF
here. gathering and shipping his or
ange crop. lie has omni. beautiful.
bright fruit.
Mr. Fred Wimberly and wife of
Jacksonville are here visiting the for- 0
mner's parents.
Mrg 11 V Pnro ut

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halt not take the name of the Lord 'Therefore. I think -today drunken- hsooi e It appears that the amounts y',since uly. visiting relate These Cnt cts Will F
thy God in vain." could be laid aside, ess s in reality a crime in the case counts found to be du are addt o numerousnal and friends in Nashville and Gallatin,
iaprils to make way for a new i)r,,-s"
with little or no0 detriment to public 01 th ine raesama. crimean thnecase officers and men of the Florida troops Tenn.f returned home Thursday. Her 6
moral to make way for a new pr nessarily ean that stat a n of th Floa trol- friends here are glad to have her O D. C. 0. D. C. D. C. .
pt "Thou shal not drink to runk- t man is vio t or over- based upon a ruling of the comprol-
onneP s or shawilder thyself with i in the man is violent or over ler of the currency, as to the amount with them. Miss Bessie Porter of ----

rn drink The utterance s and s bfu in due these soldiers for pay and rations. Hawthorn came own to meet her
wrong drink The utternceof the drinksfItrollersof thatuthe ruling of the comp- Lametback coies on suddenly andb- u--p
name of God in the speech of today, he the judgment in the case of an engi-hat the ruling ofthe com- ame back comes on suddenly and
ays. has lost its old time signifi- neer or chauffeur is sufficient to killtroll of the currency held that the is extremely painful. It is caused by Le US Help YOU To
chance and intent: it is not intended or injure others and to destroy prop- act of congress made the governors of rheumatism of the muscles. Quick i ae
o be profane, or inict ia slting but is enjur o the several states, as individuals. relief is afforded by applying Cham-
o be profane, or inflict a sting, but is erty.Lagensevfteral nttedStates idviduas.eerlain s Liniment. Sold by all deal- i
the outlet of a limited vocabulary "One means of impressing upon the agents of the united States govern- er. mlain's Liniment. Sold by all deal-
and a lack of good taste people the seriousness of drinking ment for the distribution of the e.
People the seriousness of drinkingamounts ascertained to be due to the EVINSTON, BOARMAN AND M
Drinking, on the other hand. he would be to incorporate an injunction amounts ascertained to be due to the EVINSTON, BOARDMAN AND Me
says. Is a practical Injury to the val- against it in th Ten Command- soldiers of the respective states. INTOSH
ue of a man as an economic unit, and ments. I would not sav that it need As to the soldiers who enlisted and -
Sa factor in the interrelated activi-be a substitute for the Commandment were enrolled in the federal service Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
ties producetor by the modernized in- against profanityute but I think tht trom Florida. it is anticipated that There is still quite a good deal of pesl
tenive life of today h considerable difficulty will be found sickness at Evinston. Nim..
I"n locating many of the men at this Mr .Clarence Collins is having the Cip .
'1 do not declare by any means." ent condition to urge people to abstain time, after a lapse of ten years since material hauled for his new house.
ays Prof Carver. that the Ten Con- rom drinking since profanity, the the Spanish-American war Truckers who a short time ago were
mandments are passe; what I have taking of God's name lightly, is lonIe pnis in war.
madnie.ts are mpasse;nhat I hae taking of God's name lightly, is tdone Governor Gilchrist would be glad full of hope seem much discouraged
laid is. that the Commandments were today by thoughtless persons rather now because of the very dry spell we
." ,o have an-- officer or enlisted man now because of the very dry spell we
rules otf conduct fitted for control of than by persons intentionally bIas- to a aea% oin t enlried man re having.
.16. o, looole t theoe. Bu ,ron o hmia. ,1 oiwho was enroed in that service write a t UND ER A
boh- People at thilt time. But changing pheming." him. stating his present postoffice ad- Mr..Jas. P. Richardson left last
-- dress. The governor would also like week for West Palm Beach, where he AND LICENS 1) IM1 I
ITEMS OF USEFUL INFORMATION THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD to have the present postoffice address will again go into the country pro-
The Largest, Cheapest and Best News- of the lega! representatives of any of duce business.
TI,. u-.e ot leather shoes of tlie ftor- paper Published at the Price- i.1 soldiers wh, may have died. iss Anna gave Hal-
S .is' apd extni in. Read in Every English- -----_---- lowe'en party last Friday night,
,ig:! i.wiralidls iixt.!ni ini .in ap-Speaking Country SIpTROUT--ORDY
In has invariablv bet n th r..ai,'It TROUT-BORDY which proved to be a very enjolabll Special attention given to p r .
4 * effort of the TLrice-a-\Veel.: eitioii affair. Calls answered promptly. day or nih
I,,...; ............. i i.; .. l, the N*w York WorldI to 1ish 1, Z TI. ;t iand '1iss iLaura orly -Mr. andl .Mrs. .1oe Gi-t of Baltimore, LOTS FOR SALE IN GREEN VOOD Al
lo ;,Iii ,l d ,.4 t.ti. t. news impartially in ordi 'r thal; it miiy of (,ir;r'\ ilh- were!i' nlti'rried in P'ark :iflfr s)iendii t a f"ew months at their
1 . I < ai l : c t,. i' i' 't'f'tn ('u'i w t ll limits i tist rch ,pl.hila'l o- il hone. ret rti i to M cA I ntosh. Fla.. I H i
S* hbal It I, ll.-; th' lit hit .h ir.t,- S LN 1 IIT 1 -
I' is '.-timated thal England i nnui- iw ctIll ( of part y. anl t for llthati rf lson I la. p .ow (n' ',* FridayI lt v. L .\ i FO Cak i; th-ir home in the future.
i. o1... .. mii i a. hi, ,l iposiil" n wilh i-:t3' wi 1i1 ); 1i.-1'; r t l liof1 (i l' c 'l i. MA kte P 0 o1 irSotr sA us I fa tw.1.,4r.Nr t e ou i 'it> .i
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Threw hundred wolun were coi ' -I rs. Townl' etort9'ei ; Iid% M S.- e < \ p n i,
ants in a recent archery tournlmeI N ~ .lro mae the, hii gtst ., sore V.ii I lti t 1 11 k. Oka. noh l r i
in London. Archery has lbecolme a and on cutting for the prize. a i)r1'tty air. hlie thufo ht. wol pl cur a frigh.t- "r, ,.. I
popular sior with woimtn in Wloth ring case. Mrs. Porter won. iful. luin-rackin' couIh tat ha ha de-, o, i of ltr -w. h 1aif h*
England and France. After the games a most :empting fled all remedies for two \ ears. After i tMst quart,'I r lain -,tl of h, -'
* menu was served. consisting of or- sixn months he hreturnedl 'leath dog-mI ilI-0ua) I rings hard road ii!.. ,-.,.i hf0 l 1
pp dllnd placllgig his steps. lThen I began to us rW"9 AM -0 i t ri nrort 11i ii, i t iit'*i T t i rl(ii I
Japan recently completed and pla- ice. cake. salted almonds, and Dr. King's New Discovery.'" he writes, ures catarrh or money back. ustL i-nortihwes. t haltr t' 't.. ,
ed in commission the fastest passeIdivinity and fudge candy. 'and after taking six bottles I ani as breathe itin. Completeoutfit, including uarr half ..
r mshi in the Pacific. Oil fuel well as ever.. L saves thousands inhaler$L ]r abottleow o. cis 'a'theit qUr soiuithea t q'" '.. h I,,r I
ger steamshipased ofIt was our pleasure Wednesday to yearly from desperate lung diseases. e s quarter of The southe r'r
and turbine engines give it a sped of It waour pleasure ednenfallible for coughs and colds. it dis- Ladies', Gents' and Children's east quar quarter of tth rr
23 knots, meet Mr. W. .1. Starr. .)r.. of the Re- els hoarseness and sore throat. I east quarter of the southeast quar.r-r
vere Rubber Compalny of Boston, Cures grip. bronchitis, hemorrhages. S OCS the southwest quarter of the rorth
YOUNG GIRLS ARE VICTIMS S b asthma. croup. whooping cough. 5oc. CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES A east quarter, and the souiheas4 tuai-;
YOUNG eadae. weGIRL las older women. Mass. Mr. Starr has not only been and $1 Trial bottle free. Guaran- Tor of the northeast quarte-r. excep
but all get quick relief and prompt traveling in Florida, but in many of teed by Tydings & Co. m SPECIALTY that portion of the southeast quarter
e f Dreingsll N e southern states aleof the north-ast quart r known at-
h w o r l d s b e s t r e m- as t a n d t h e s i z e a n d e l e g a n c e o f t h e vIun, p l pl c's \ Milss i on a r y Sr tdd v 'i r i T k l n c t r l r ^ t k ir ,r ^ al l .f w h ich etioi !

j, A l. & && i 4t, V i u o , . . . . . ... . . . . .
L wl t d i L h i r ik 'v% i 2 11% s I W &3 6% 13 i, 4
Island is in section 15. township 15.
Tampa's commerce for th. first south. range "2 .east: and also all the
personal property owned and used h%
nine months of the year totals up the said party of the first part in con-
elose ,o the nineteen million dol:''r nection with the operation of the farm
mark. on the above described lands. include
1ing cows. hogs. horses, and all farm-
A SCALDED BOY'S SHRIEKS ifin implements, crops harvested in
horrified his mother. Mrs. Maria!'ans and growing in 'ields.
Horrified his mother. Mrs. Maria *Also lot 1 of block 5 of A. W. Vogt's
Taylor of Nebo. Ky., who writes that subdivision of the west half of north-
when all thought that he woultI die. q
Butcklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured west quarter of section 15. townsh
him. Infallible for burns, scalds, cuts, 115. south, range 22, east, beginning at
arn wounds bruises. Cures fever I a stake at northeast corner of aid

cU4 from Dr.-ki- S Ne, Limake Pul17
nervous headaches. The. a," b ,i -
blood and strong nerves, adn build up
your health. Tr them. 5c. at Ty-
dings & Co.
SSir Thomas Lipton is still gamtey.
He is soon going to issue another
challenge in an effort to rescue the
cup. Sir Thomas has won his way
into the affections of the American
| people. We wish we could have him
with us at our Marion county fair.

cle Tuesday evening at their first
meeting. Mrs. C. N. Kirkland was'
elected leader and Miss Louise Nixon!

I have just returned from the mar-
ket with a splendid lot of well brok-
en horses and mules. I have them
suitable for any purpose, and the pric-
es are as reasonable as the present
market will justify. Call and examine

Luets that he tosses aL our town
ist makes an Ocalian blush. He
that Ocala is not so large as
e other towns, but what there is
is all to the good. and for real
Itv it has all other towns faded-
the court house and grounds of
their town in the south is compar-
to ours, and Ocala's public build-
is a distinct credit to those who
t instrumental in securing it. Mr.
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Ballard's Obelisk and Patapico
Superlative Flour

Oh! Ham

We don't sell just "Ham." We sell

Armour's "Star." The ham of hams-

"The Ham what am."



Tetley's Orange Pekoe and Mixed
Tea. Magic Yeast.
Full line Staple Groceries



be y Mrs Powers and Miss
Swhom all contributions

Vtmwkh the courtesy of the editors
StQbe Oralta lann.r. 'h Woman s
f of thibis city h;- ,-.mn given a
* tis the Sunday edition of the
mu'r. to be used in promoting those
whbk'b art incorporated in
Sf rt of the club. and in bringing
wo the members of the club and
b pbu generally. items of inter-
SImto regard to woman's work, both
ft 6& ald abroad. The subjects to
I the column will be especially
hwasi arw domestic science, health
g~o Vislr. civic%. education, animal
Peft -al and forpery.
A We range of interest is involv-
b As e Mubjects, and the Woman's
Sope teo Ill the space with
= s oaaladmg Ideas and sugges-
at wwl give pleasure and be of
t lo thowe who turn to the column.
0 aSvlens and Mrs. Powers, who
d bv, charce of this column, ask
O F w &P armtton of each club
O aor'. Any little items of interest
Sclub women and heir
oft wMS be appreciated.
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Health Notes
As 4ort is being made to induce
g ir st authority to create a new de-
foplaq' at Washington. a depart-
gtJ I ia t,1 gth 'agel-iest' now found in the!
g11mrt0 t%1 ei-nor mnd agricultural de I
0m40m"'. ill to combine these with
p drisar'n*'i v of education
* *

of these institutions are private, ex
cept the sanatorium at Aginconet.
Dr. Ellen Torrell Stevens, chairman
of the Federation Health Commission,
asks that a number of letters be writ-
ten for the clubs to the state health
board, urging that the sanitarium at
Narccosa be made ready for the pa-
tients as early as possible, as the pa-

tients are waiting.
Chicago's City Forester-and what
a delightfully incongruous title that
is!-thinks that western cities are too
far behind eastern cities in this par-
ticular mode of making their streets
more attractive. He wants Chicago's
civic motto, Urbs in Hortu-"a city
within a garden"-to be a living truth
instead of an empty phrase reserved
for seals and banners. In the course
of an active campaign for extensive
reforestation, he has issued a pamph-
let giving the following excellent rea-
sons why, trees should be planted and
cherished in cities no less than in the
Trees are beautiful in form and col-
or, inspiring a constant appreciation
of nature.
Trees enhance 'the beauty of archi-
Trees create sentiment, love of
county, state. city and home.
Trees have an educational influence
upon citizens of all ages, especially
Trees encourage outdoor life.
Trees purify the air.
Trees cool the air in sunnmmer and
radiated warmth in winter.
Trees i riprovt, 'liiate ;i1 c ('

afe que sernt soil and mloistuir .
tgMpri|-T' breathing is a frequent
Trees t'fm'unish reslini plau,,s and
-, 4r ,, n-n 1mpitioli A large mia-
Ss i ,, -.. ,pthl ;are too la.zy or too sh r for irds.
ir *-. l o l a h Trees i. rctae the. \;value of re! '.'--
4i-matot to* reaa'hie deeply, and helnce

1 maus ar< de .eloped only to a part
d their 'ae|m, it4 and t h4is afford a
ta& f.ll totr tlhet growth of tthe tiu-

tb erranant thert.- are 14 public san-
1-S ftor adult consumptives. with
Swbes- wi'-ide' :.C private sana-
l aot. *ith :1T bleds. In 18 sanato-
4 -eO w haktldrn with tuberculosis
11 0 rw. t : Ites. a total ot less than
ge-- t 1ed In thte United Statets
gw ar, mt ::,oo sanatorias, with
lowr L.MIs t ryvi ts to the lead in the anti-tu-
%S ajea9 ,ai France has only 12'
tertaa foor aauilt consumptives A|
qMa teal capacitv of 148 beds. All|

Iyame FROM Cli


U Furmanm Williatms of Alachua
oM Mead&a here with her sister.
a JJr k Wilma .
Si. J. W. Meltop went up to Jack-
do MNest'ay.
mf Byftrd Rlartam went up to
4Am MeMday and returned Thurs-
t. Q. L. C('wkuore returned home
I U, 4Oak Mooday. where he h.as
L. J. Decker and family left
1kotyftor theit old home itn M1 h-

, tal'e.
Trees protiee- the pax\-enieif! roml
t0!e h'.1at of the sI tn.
Tres liounterace adverse conditions
of city life.
Thus the young may learn gradual-
1 some things their grandfathers
knew and that their fathers forgot.
Ever\ member of the club is urged
to be present at the next business
meeting. Friday. November 5th.
There will be the nomination of offi-
cers for the coming year, and a num-
ber of important matters will be dis-
cussed. Miss Wartmann will read an
original paper on "'Cathedral Archi-
tecture" at this meeting.

Miss Putch of Tampa has charge 0 f
Mrs. C. W. Driver's winter millinery.
Mr. Rountree of Waldo was here
Monday on business.
Mrs. Malphurs of Worthington
Spring is here. the guest of her son.
Mr. J. N. Malphurs.
Mr. J. R. Williams made a business
trip to Dutton. Ocala and Edenfield
this week.
Mr. Henry Dunn went down to
Ocala last Friday.
Mrs. Erwin Wellhorner returned to
her home at Palatka Tuesday. She
was accompained by her mother, Mrs.
M. J. Shercuse.

Mr. W. .1. Crosby and Mrs. W. A.
Redditt went down to Ocala Monday.
Mr. .lack Williams and family. Miss
Bingham. and Mr. Faulkenburg went
down to Ocala Saturday in their auto

Judge Reeves has made a proposi-
tion in connection with the candidacy
of the two west Florida men for the
senatorship. that appears to be both
sensible, and in the line of justice tc
west Florida.

It is that a primaryy be held in west
SFlorida to decide between Judge
SReeves and Judge Blount .as to who
,shall enter the democratic primary as
ithe candidate from this portion of the
- state. Both parties to share equally
, the expense of tlhe primary.
s This appeals to the Pilot to be emi-
nenirly fair, and it would place this

i section in much more favorable posi-
ltion in the final campaign, and quite
Possibly give this portion of the state
that political recognition and standing
that it is entitled to.
Without the elimination of one of
the west Florida candidates there is
but little possibility of it even having
a candidate in the second primary. A\
divided house cannot stand, nor divid
ed political parties win out, particu-
larly when opposed by parties already
holding the reins of power.-Panama
City Pilot.
We are forced to take issue with
Brother West on several points. In
the first place. this senatorial contest
is not confined to west Florida, but
the state at large. Then. again,
there are no provisions for any such
primary. EKen if there was. we would
not consider it a wise procedure, in
that it would be sure to engender
strife with a tendency to divide rath-
er than cement the west Florida votes
in the' final contestQ
Bolh candidates are good men. and
either would do credit io the state if
elected. In our opinion nothing would
come nearer defeating lthe chance' ot
a west Florida man I han the suggest-
ed preliminary primary.
Since then above was put in type we
si e by the Pnsaucola Journal of Tues-
day Mr. l3loint's lengthy reply to
.ludge Reeves, declining to entertain
that gentleman's proposition. giving
as some of his reasons pretty muuqi
the gist of our objections as set forth
above. Mr. Blount will continue in
the race as per first intentions, as also
we suppose. will Judge Reeves.-
Washington County Verdict.
The New York World has made ar-
rangements whereby part of its Sun-
day edition can reach your tov.n and
be placed on sale in advance. If )ou
are not already a regular reader.
please give your newsdealer an order
at once, and he will deliver advance?
reading matter before Sunday, togeth-
er with an exchange check. On plac-
ing your order he will inform you of
the plan for furnishing you with "h
regular news part of the paper on pr ,-
sentation of exchange check.
Mr. J. V. Daniel of London. England.
who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P.
W. MeAdow. had a thrilling experi-
ence in landing a large shark last Fri-
day. which he caught in front of


exchange for groceries.



We carry a full line of Staple a d

Fancy Groceries which are always

fresh and we guarantee satisfaction


Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffees,

Royal Scarlet Canned Goods, Hudnut's

Grits and Meal, Star Hams and Break,

fast Bacon, t 4




Don't throw away your old

The late General 0. 0. Howard was
the last of the great Union command-
ers. The record of his service in the
field, from Bull Run to the defeat of
Johnston's army, is almost the full
story of the war of the rebellion, in-
cluding as it did Fair Oaks. Freder-
icksburg, Antietam, Chancellorsville,
Gettysburg, Missionary Ridge and the
march to the sea, in which he suc-
ceeded McPherson as commander of
the army of Tennessee.
It is a record not only of patriotic
devotion in all grades of ranks but of
signal gallantry as well. his defense

of temperance. Two colleges gave
him the honorary degree 6f LL. D..
and the nation dubbed him the "Chris-
tian soldier."-World.
Ex-Oov. Broward says that "six
thousand farms have been soll in
Dade and Lee counties since th, first
of March. And still they are corning."
He says these six thousand, farnmr
have been sold to individiul owners.
Hernando county has lands as rich as.
those in the Everglades. Could ;he,:e
settlers be induced to investigate
these lands before purchasing., we te-

Asthmo Remedy
Gives prompt and popftsl
every case. *old -b- 'lf i
Price $1,. TrW kck
mall, 10 cents. b
Sold by Tydinga & Co.
WilliOms' rg. Cma,, .
Citvalond, oOi



Successor to A. Brown & Bro.





And a full line of Feed

We take second-hand corn and oat sacks in


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sacks. Bring them to us and get your money out

of them.

We Taoe Chickens aid Eggs iq Trade at Market Prices









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Iee 0 swl 'way tfra Dixie.
I kwow not where I'll wander;
I was bors and bred tl Bourbon.
But I ca't may here no longer:
T Mars' Voter's invitation.
One* my moW' loved relation.
My ol, Kentucky home's 'bout dry.
An' I mus' go.


I agwine 'way from Dixie.
I s gw-in- 'way from Dixie.
(;wine from where de orange blossoms
No hungry children calling .
No mother's sad tears falling ;
Mars' Voter says "From Dixie de sa-
loon mus' go.

A' our last union meeting,
Whtn asked for an expression.
Dri m*n from South Carliny
All voted for secession:
They're in for abolition.
With no near-beer condition:
Tillman says Ise "Wus than Teddy."
All' 1 mus' go.

Six statl.. are dry in Dixie.
!. tes' drinks mos'ly water:
M, deters friends in Dixie-land
Stil stump for mae no longer;
All lixies talk anti singin.
\\ iti prohibition ringin':
There'll be a Dixie jubilee
Whoe I am gone.

I s.* traelin' "way from Dixie.
With steps not slow nor feeble:
I know de lIrd's removing' me
Bcausue I am so evil:
An' shen all men forsake me.
Then. 'Pollyon. come an' take me:
A world-wide jubilee there'll be
When I am gone.


The. child begins by simple lessons
it. ordinary virtues, such as order and
ipunctuality, then follows instructions
n hornme relations and loyalty, and
then he pa-ses on to more detailed
l"sponl of daily conduct, such as hon-
-,at. friendship, kindness, generosity.
ntioles.t. courage and manners. All
the' .'- irtues are illustrated by tales
and 'amplei Later on the children
lai\% *I,.'so ns on the higher social vir-
I,.- -,1(' aw, patriotism. co-operation.


If there is one thing more than an-
other for which the south Is contemp-
tuously berated, it is her slip-shod
system of farming. "What you want,"
is the cry, "are farmers that will
throw some life and system into their
farming operations." "What you need
it method, energy, muscle." Why, a
northern farmer would be ashamed to
skim over a piece of land like you
fellows do."
We have been listening to talk like
this for any number of years. so we
are surprised at the report of Secre-
tary Wilson of his trip through a
farming setcion of New York-the
..empire state of the Union"-right
under the shadow of the great agri-
cultural newspapers.
In his trip from Albany :o Utica,
The secretary said that he "had never
seen so many examples of poor farm-
ing "'The farms." he said. "are all
right. but the farmers are all wrong."
Continuing. Secretary Wilson said:
"Sixty thousand Americans have
gone to Canada and taken $6;"i,l00
with then to buy wheat lands in Can-
ada. They would do better To take up
these old farms here and manage
them by modern means. I cannot see
what ever started folks away from
these farms. Why, last year 8,01i0.-
,',*t bushels of potatoes were import-
ed into New York state. That should
not be. Good profit can be made on
any of the farms with potatoes at 5"
cents a bushel. Many who have gone
to the cities must see now that the
country offers just as good opportuni-
ties. The going west idea has about
expired. The west is all right, but so
is the east. I expect we will see men
coming from the west to take up your
old farms if nobody else does.
"The soils in this state are not ex-
hausted. In some cases they have be-
come unproductive by failure to ro-
tate crops. and again because there
has been no change of seed. I am told
that many farmers hereabouts have
planted seed from the same sotrll "'
for fifty years. In the west they know
the value of changing seed. We have


Sheriff Galloway took us out to the
fair grounds Thursday behind the
"high-stepper" he recently purchased
from Mr. J. H. C. Counts.
We found President Robinson and
Secretary Williams immersed up to
their ears in work.
They are using their best efforts in
getting the grounds in shape for the
opening day. They have put hundreds
of loads of clay on the race track, and
are getting it in good shape. They
have more than doubled the capacity
of the grand stand, and are building
a separate one for colored patrons of
the fair. They have erected a separate
building for the negro exhibits. They
have largely increased the stables
and stalls for sheltering and caring
for the horses and cows, and the hog
pens have also been multiplied. The
poultry exhibit will be under the new
grand stand, which it is thought will
afford ample room. The roofs and
fences have been repaired, and the
officials feel very greatly encouraged
that the fair will far excel the one
last year, which won such very gen-
eral regard.
Speaking of the old-time country
fair. Walt Mason writes as follows:
"The good old fashioned country
fair no more on earth is seen: we
used to find the pumpkin there, the
turnip and the bean; and Uncle Ike
or Uncle Josh would yell with joy
when he had drawn a premium on a
squash as large as squashes be. The
modern 'exposition' wilts beside the
old-time fair. for we had jam and cra-
zy quilts and apple butter there, and
dear old maids with corkscrew curls
and hats that were a sin; and all the
hired men brought their girls and
blew their wages in. We viewed the
sheep with snowy wool, the peerless
shepherd dog. the stately aldermanic
bull. the fat blue ribbon hog: and
then we went home at night with
santlburs in our hair. and talked
for hours in calm delight about the
0ood old fair. And now they race
some weary nags around a dusty
track, and introduce some ancient

searched the world for sieds which hags. upon ;a wire that's slack. and
woull flourish in all clim-ates ;andl con- 'br'in1:1 alonu- a beal'dedl ,iame at whom

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i, ,i l' o i: tthi fund .. l : p'i rize for'
o- -n t114 best mtIicthod of (infi2c
: a' in indus'i ialiI- pursu' i ls.
T! h.'asis of the foundation is the,
If ..i ,,f $4.1.,t414. which Pre,-ideint
.s.'\,,lw received in 191-1 from tt'h
lifr,-d \obel fund for his effort,, in
I.!ItI;tIC about peace between Russia
anti. .1apan. Mr. Roosevelt promptly
lurtiI.! over :he $540.11. to be used
as a foundation for the promotion cf
industrial peace. The fundamental
td1.a i10to form a permanent body
composed of men representing all ele-
meots. in which capital and labor and
thb general public will have absolute
confidence. When differences arise
thev will tbe presented to this body.
*who.w judgment. it is believed, will
1, final and binding on every inter-
t **.' involved in tho controversy.


"Time is money." said the
* manufacturer.
And right well he knew it:
thr. e.lnhll merchant had just


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of (;lthri,.. was hol~iin.: couu" ;:t i.! wh, p,. in; ,im gr'wth of fund
Stnipff liTle ;m o tl!,' li ;:<':li;i T,'1 \V;ts
s i 1 ; "o u L l 1 -. i l Jh n, i n \ s ii a,. h i 5 1b s ta' n'c t is P s ,'n t
:4 couple of l)usinless in!'n :ilt' !a'ilrn.'rs I i!n siuthIi, !. quail t it 4 a'llns of det-
had business in tlie co 1r1t hlous.'. i1nd .'1 ---;,tt.. ',h',,;ds aill, sport's of funI tls
it'in1 men of goo1l tonlllmon sens541. of 01 anO t, and tt wood is + .

ing: Just think of it: Citizens of Ok timIber.
lahoma coming into the presence of Tht Unit Stat.s government
this mighty judge in their shirt
sleeves. But the judge served them now' c'onsi.lers the inv1estihe tions of
right. He called the United States the pir't servativ trea tnit of tinib'r
marshal andI hadl the vile creatures of such illportalce that the business
led from his august presence. He o -nited States for
should have given them thirty ,lays of one office of the united States fI'-
in the guard house on half ration. est service. thar of wood preserva-
How itose two-bit lawyers do puff up tin. with new headquarters at MInli-
when a federal plum happens to fall son. Wis.. is given over entirely to
to them. The writer well remembers the work of experiments in co-opera-
na ood many years ago when be and
this same judge took their meals at tion with railroad companies and orh-
the same little hole in the wall. The er corporations anId individuals in pro-
regular price was 15 cents. an'd while longing the life of railroad ties. mine
neither of us always had the required pofs rimge timbers fence posts
sum we believe we could dig up of- props rige timbers, *enc pot
tener than the judge. And he didn't and transmission poles.
wear a coat. either, and he would The lengthening of the life of tim-
chase around he justice shop for her means the saving of the saving of thousands
three days for a five-dollar nWilliam. dollars annually hrouh oin
o a U. S. judge. swells up like a poi- aay with the heavy expense of labor
tsoned pug in dog days. and orders and cost of material for renewals.
nem out fer not wearing their coats


We are glad that some of our state
newspapers, notably the Tampa Trib-
une, is giving some attention to the
inequalities in freight rates,
We shall cite a case which will
show how glaring are these inequali-
The freight on canned goods from
Baltimore to Jacksonville is twenty
cents per hundred pounds.
From Jacksonville to Ocala the lo-
cal rate is forty-one cents per hun-
dred pounds.
Now, one would think that the
Ocala merchant, shipping a cargo of
canned goods from Baltimore would
have to pay a freight rate of twenty
cents to Jacksonville and forty-one
cents to Ocala, making a total of six-
ty-one cents.
But not so. He has to pay ninety-
four cents!
The Ocala dealer is told that from
Baltimore to Ocala is interstate and
that the interstate rate makes the dif-
How does this inequality show it-
Why, the Jacksonville dealer, hav-
ing paid twenty cents per hundred for
his canned goods from Baltimore can
re-ship them to his interior customers
for forty-one cents per hundred
pounds. while the same goods cost the
Ocala wholesale dealer sixty-three
cents per hundred pounds from Jack-
sonville-a difference of twenty-three
cents per hundred pounds in favor cf
the Jacksonville dealer.
Where is the justice in such a bus.-
ness operation, and with these ine-
qualities in force, how are we to build
up a wholesale business in the inte-
We pause for an answer.


Somut,' ays azo this paper contained
an editorial intitle,. "\VWe Dont Know
Mulch." Editor Watt-rson seen"ims to
think tl,. saini' vwa wlich shows that
little minds ;iil hie on.s stI't Ititl s
runll ill il .-;il ( it th nt' !.

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L. J. BRUMBY, Editor and Propritor


Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick

Ocala House Block .* Ocjla. Fin4

We Direct Special Attention to Our Fi .- Sh. K ,, 4t

Cheap MiltEicr"

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th',a.r with',,:11 .- ... """"= On and After November the
SWe have recently compt< ted ur

lion. John T. l.w is. inp.-- ,'tr oft" 0
(convic'is. r.potr's ,-eit m .ny I w 'W av, i tw,1 .1 II I r .t '
people. honie-set.kt'rs chiefl.v. con in lE (It. hl r.ty I -so'nin ,it, '.. r .,f '. k. A:-
S .1 nil nl ill 'hirL.' If 1: 'A Ill ob-, r .
into the state, particularly into rth,. hi .-n li l. Ifur '11 .i . .
southern portion. a fact whi(h ht 3-' ceivt ont-. 'w. are sure you will ,;, .
tributes in larz-> measure to hli+' *f- FROM OUR PLANT. W\ are notI .'r:,u.
fects of Governor (Gilchrist's excellent i h.ere in busin.s.s for th. rertiIni.l .. .* t
) t rll v alo I)y giving you a SQUARE DEAL It
speechets in the west. From all quar- '. Our c-harges sate aa la t y"a
ters come gratifying reports of a Er.-a,
influx of people into Florida this sea-
Have o:.o neglected your Kidneys? Effort & Taylor
Have you overworke.l your nervous Box 687
system and caused trouble with your
kidneys an! bladder? Have you pains'
in loins. sile. back. groins and blad-{ --
der? Have you a flabby appearance ofDAVID S. WOODROW
the face. especially under 'he e3es?e Phone 165
Too frequent a desire t., pass urine?
If so. Will.ams' Kidney Pills will WOS NMAR ANlN t A TnNF rn



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Is to make this lasttutio a mateal
benefit to the commualty. ad a ad-
vantage to every maa and womna-to
you in particular.
We offer every facility coasaetem
with conservative bankisg. It Ito
business to accommodate the peepa
We Invite you to Join our growlg
Ust of satisfied customers.





New Fall Styles in Dress and Tailored



Look exce'ptionally I*riu.I and Ph-ro
You will find it %II.N flld I1n. ,. .I Ov-
f roni. isl I1 t.w .t'I H'm
to-~~var illliti4.ry %,.I, a ti,
ai cItiljlt'l i t..111' -f l'' I! titi *
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ago n s eo r Tireube Generally
ao ed by CareMeesne..
Wf is a contagious disease,
--4 by a microbe, which also pro-
S bIMaeasm. Never use a comb or
gth bm, e tkag to someone else. No
ilr hebow cleanly the owner may be,
OW articles may be infected with
1lm-- which will infect your
606 It is far easier to catch hair
- tes than it is to get rid of
&M. and a single stroke of an in-
ghed ronowl or brush may well lead
f baMaess Never try on anybody
4 '*s h at. Many a hatband is a rest-
Ipbrm.- for microbets.
Syae happen to be troubled with
4arugff. iiebing sealp, falling hair or
bI-es. w4. hate a remedy which we
taglt- will complet-ly relieve these
Gl'utbb We- are so sure of this that
ae 'r It to you with the understand-
N thoe it will cost you nothing for
W trtal if it does not produce the
mIgks we claim. This remedy is
---- Reall "*ti" Hair Tonic. We
b--ely believe It to be the most
n~algIr remedy for scalp and hair
-Iagh and we know of nothing else
0 equals it for effectiveness, be-
eMP of the raouts it has produced
I lbmads of cases.
Roall' "9)3 Hair Tonic is devised
B 1matish dandruff, restore natural
-Mr when its loss has been brought
hage by disease. and make the hair
1m Ury silky. soL and glossy. It
0 thists because it stimulates the
fr fWl6tek*. detroys the germ mat-
r. -ad brings about a free, healthy
retlatkua of blood. which nourishes
dp hair roots. causing them to tight-
ai &ad grm, -.'w hair. We want ov-
erypbodt ho has any trouble with
t6kr tEo tallp to know that Rexall "14:V
atir Totit i- I h- l, ),-.t hair tonic ;and
srurNatir% in x..sanca'. and no one
mhild eoff ;at or doul this state-
fg'st until ih.he have put our claims
to a fair ttet. with the understanding
W Ioh*-. Ioa. us nothing for the rem-
efp If it ,.4tws not give full and com-
pW@- satlsfarion in ever- particular.
,e 0fas,. -o cents and $1. Remem-
ber .)ou can obtain Rexall Remedies
to (atla SSWore Th,' Postoffice Drug Store,
L J. GeriK. Proprietor.


"Tea. Colonel Watterson has music
Shis soul ." said one of his life long
im s. as the fame of the illustri-
GOD IASl'villt. editor came up for dis-
moae. "He is especially fond ot
b J nglnag. rollicking lines of the
bert and Sullivan operas, and when
l~'ivd hums them with delight.
'Tbat trait nearly severed a long
tminldhip a few months ago. The
e .l-I. with four friends, was having
a ftradly little game. and the cards-
mrr running very strongly in the
rlo-Il favor. Pot after pot was
road in. and a hot tempered chap
o in'ariabhl the victim--the last
OW to "'ta. in' and buck the wonder
'dl run tot Waltlrson's luck.
U*Vtnally a roodl' was played. Thr't
in~s tn stu<'f,?sioit in' colonel laroke
fir gpol. CIt a liais<.. .swc'ftltld l;int-
tio to flti proportions. and %woin.
"1t ~t a pls 'a-'d; fhi' celluloid was
tA bich IN tIo liihin ;ai his soul ',as
amm.-.Il '*4 hlir-ni'tai Into his illind
the sT.ranil olt Ilh' iialt s of
lazan a ,l !y a stran tllis-
Sftm4c" t!o ti,- I'itu.niid lho air aintd
Ibr lir-it iii', the loa'0- of ilth rIlel :
I a- a I'aIt.e kil-'
"*1'%' known) it for t li' la;st hour.'
4 r= .i t he' loser. 'tui; as 1 v as outi
jNe I was Itoe |Ioli e It) nl,'ntioi it.'"
-?non Nrmnian E Mack's Natioral


8oeuts of pain and terror coming
f-m a room on the third floor arous-
4 the Hotel Knickerbocker Monday.
te trouble was due to two myste-
.es visitors from the sunny south.
3. I. Kuyckendall. an automobilist.
aw taking his morning nap when a
Mame-fer knocked at his door and
AWleered a large express package. Mr.
Akerekpedall shleepily receipted for the
pagftg and put it on the table neat
aL. ('uritotis soon prompting. he
'rkeJd over and tore away some of
the g aer
Ot- hand touched something cold
-- clammy and the next instant he
psid up with a yell and jumped ou:
j 9b= wringing a bleeding finger.
& servant came running to the door.
frta ed ivy several chambermaids.
sa tke servant and Mr. Kuyckendall
rUai-sy undid the package. They
fged a wooden slatted box. inside ot
&tMb was a big ball of fur. Neither
rjM make out what it was. so they
incggoned the hotel naturalist. Mr.
<1wI. who is also the assistant man-


The landing of Ponce de Leon, the
first white man to set foot in the
United States, will be celebrated at
St. Augustine, if plans now being put
on fbot do not miscarry. This should
prove an excellent winter attraction
and if given during the tourist sea-
son, a great drawing card, not only
for St. Augustine, but the entire state.
The press all over the peninsula
should join in advertising this event
as tourists, after taking in the cele-
bration, will scatter throughout the
state, thus giving them an opportu-

nity of seeing God's flower garden.-
Orlando Reporter-Star.


A clergyman, who was not averse
to an occasional glass, hired an Irish-
man to clean out his cellar. The Irish-
man began his work. He brought
forth a lot of whiskey bottles, and as
he lifted each. one looked through it
at the sun. The preacher, who was
walking on the lawn, saw him, and
said: "They are all dead ones, Pat."
"They are!" said Pat. "Well, there ig
one good thing abut it; they all had
the minister with them when they
were dying."-Argonaut.


John Henry Pasco, the negro who
put six bullets out of nine shots into
the body of Jake Webster at Fair-
mount several months ago, was cap-
tured by Deputy Sheriff Allen at Stan-
dard Saturday night. Pasco is looked
upon by the officials as an exceeding-
ly dangerous negro, and it is a pleas-
ure to know that he is now where the
dlogs will not bile him for some time.
-Inverness Chronicle.


Are you doing anything o your-
home or door yard to make the to(\\n
look cleaner or brighter luring thi'
coming winter? Our winter visitors
are already arriving. and you can addl
to the general good of the city by )put-
ting your own premises in apple pite
order. If you have a large house and
yard you certainly ought to keep it in
good condition. If your house is of
the humbler variety there is all tht
more need of care and attention to
surroundings.-Orlaudo Reporter
Star. *


To the Editor Ocala Banner:
Receipts for the past week have
been light. Three men were tried
for catching and selling fish, paid all
fines and costs, leaving us with our
usual number of inmates. One of
these, a white man. was quite sick
for two days. but is up again. It
seems as though fate is against the
jailer. The colds. or the grip, with all
of the best care, seem to hold on. and
he keeps attending to his other diu-
ties never,' feeling well. He hopes to
make a better report next week.
* *


X\'"' l ''v r re Ill '**lli )*' t ho) ;t .'- lI
ilor<' 1 t;<\ rs. hoilh wi l ;ind cullival-
,.d. at this -.ason of thie t 'ar. Roses.
al;:an.ll:ts. Bail~ar ld;e:s.. (oosel i-ry.y
h(,K'ysucklt ,lalilias 'ColXf4-'r lt.'
',inM cy r .' ol'inders ;and othlllrs tn()
lnu rl(O, UIs to mii nt1ioin have, l t-lln rii(1-
oul V\\i;h 1bloomll in: the lav.ns atndl z;ir-
dens. while e the wools alo l itells ar,
gay \\ITli iivria,ls of tlo\\'ls,. the go Il-
d( 'll rod I nx'i in- roIIi 11!1 .--Ar'arliia


Walhtr Shoemaker, rural fr livery carrier in Drumnore. Lancas: er
county. Pa.. wrote to the L.ancaster.
Pa.. Automobile Club about the split
log road drag as follows:
"I drive on a piece of road on which
the drag has been used. and I can see
that it is the best road I have on my
entire mail route. I think the split
log drag is just the thing to make
good roads. Rural free delivery car-
riers want good roads just as well as
the farmers want good roads and just
as well as the automobile men want

good roads, and we want to help the
farmers all we can."


Under the leadership of Council
Commander Torlay, seventeen mem-
bers of Melrose camp No. 176 went
over to Waldo by boat on Monday ev-
ening to assist State Organizer C. H.
Dame of Ocala to form a camp of W.
0. W. Ten members were initiated in
fine shape, the work lasting until mid-
night. Some five or six candidates
are to be put through at an early date.
-Melrose Cor. Gainesville Sun.


From the contents of a letter re-
ceived here by Mr. N. C. Hewitt, his
brother, Clarence Hewitt, who is en-
gaged in the work on the extension
of the East Coast railroad, and locat-
ed at Knight's Key, had a very har-
rowing experience in the hurricane
which recently swept the Florida
keys. He stated that the island on
which he is located is over six feet
above sea level, but that while the
hurricane was at its height the wa-
ter covered the island. and was from
three to four feet deep in places. He
gave an idea of the force with which

the wind blew by mentioning the fact
that iron spans weighing forty tons
were lifted off heir bases and thrown

into the sea. I'p to the time the let-
ter was written no trains had been
run to that point since the hurricane,
and it was probable that the tracks
would not be repaired sufficiently for
a train to get through before a month
or more passed.-Punta Gorda Her-


Halley's comet is now so near the
earth that it may be observed in a
short time through an ordinary teles-
cope, according to reports received
from different astronomical observa-
Although, it has been spinning to-
ward the earth with a tremendous ve-
locity ever since it was discovered on
the night of September 11, it is still
far too remote to be seen with the
naked eye


The very sweetest thing in baby
caps is the newest baby.
* *
A wonderful attraction in velvet
reception gowns is a pretty, lovable
* *

pinks are in high favor
Almost any old rose is
a pretty, winsome young

The young kittenish thing looks aw-

Fully sweet in a Maltlse-colored frock
trinmmel in Persian bands and white
Angora fur. 0, Kitty!
* *
For people in the remote, rural dis-
tricts, green is perennially appropri-
ate. Any and all shades are secen, but
the brightest tones are, all things con-
sidered, the most suitable.
* *
For elderly females whose life-scenu-
ery is lacking in husband effects, a
severe tabby color is appropriate. If
her disposition is slightly feline,
mouse color is also the correct thing.

For the young, girlish bride, it is
all rose-color, of course. And for good-
ness sake let the poor little thing
wear it as long as she can. However,
a short walking length is in really bet-
ter style.
* S
Dark blue has for so long been the
universal color for business men's
S *

Ila t_ c. v. Aniong the autumn colors, the ex-
But Harvard College observatory is- Among the autumn colors, the x-
But Havr C g i elusive horse-show tint has been a
sued a bulletin stating that Prof. E. or
E. Barnard of the Yerkes observatory recent favorite. It is sean in remark-
a hhtl combinations of gold and silver
obtained visual observations of it on a n h a
the 171th anil 19th of this month. On cks.. resulting in very
these two d(ates lProf. arnar., found conceivable shade for beanly loving
that the cnmlet was not fainter thani'oenbt ) only wo f oirt' Imlen-
12 1-2 magnitudes, leaving a diaImeter le and n h hill
of 15 seconds. and while it exhliiti-dl me in.
ino eluongaioln, i' was "less definite vo
and brightening in the min il4le.'.
tions soar lilke I,1 e'agle while his in
DOINGS AT DUNNELLON conl(e comes in like Ithe snail, must
___ wear low rut collars and shoes and

Special Cor. Oc'ala Banner:
Mrs. Johnson of Monthrook is the
guest of her (laughter, Mrs. F. W. Mc-
A. M. Lansford of Ocala was in
town on business last week.
Miss Carrie Barco was called to her
home at Cotton Plant on account of
her mother's illness.
Miss Winnie Tucker of Ocala is the
pleasant guest of her sister, Mrs.
Mr. I. C. Walker, our night marshal,
has returned home. after spending a
few weeks with relatives at Gaines-
Mrs. Martin. one of our accomplish-
ed teachers, was compelled to go to
her home in Ocala on account of ill-
ness. We hope for her (arly return.

Mir. V. I. McClaren
washer, was in town
business Saturday.
Prof. Ellis went to
spenil Saturday and
Aliss Annie, Feinberg
home tFroilh l:eri aillllal

of No. -1 log
on important

Alachua to
Sunday with

lhas ret urni .l
trip to New

1York. wh.eret she lihas i;b'eln to s-elect
fall goods tor her father's store.
.Miss Ht.-lln \\'hitt is teaching ill
Mrs. Miart i's place' while ilh,' latter .is
it, Ocala.
\V\e are tl';, l to wchome,' Mr. I. ck-
ird! anld family to our niidsi.
Miss Flossi, Turnipsf,,dl w n., )lown
io Stliita ti. to splnd a we'-k with li r
j.:anldpaara.nt-. Mr. and \Irs. .\. .1.

Mr. ('Charia\y Hopkiiis nmadl a husi-
1i -.s tSri'ip To Inglis on Saturday.
M!.r Wallace Johnson has been onl
the sick list for the past few days.
Mrs. liHowll of Gainesville is tilie
guest of her sister. Mrs. lHargraves,
of this place.
We are glad to be able to report
that Mrs. Waters. who has been quite
sick, is improving.
Mr. A. .1. King west up to Ocala
Monday on business.
Contractor Cooper went to Micano-
py to spend a few days with relatives.
A. H. Flours of Tampa was seen on
our streets this week.
Mr. Eugene Swindle spent last Fri-
day with friends at Inverness.
We are sorry to hear that Mrs. Mc-
Credie is on the sick list. Hope she
will soon be up again.


Here the judge took a hand in ex
amining the venireman:
"You don't seem to understand the
questions addressed to you by the at-
torneys." te said. "What they want
to know is whether you have formed
or t-xpressed any opinion in this case.
That is to say. have you told anybody
whether or not you believe the de-
fendant guilty of the crime charged
against him, or have you said to any-

short coats andl trousers if lie would
Savoid having a suit donated him, con-
!sisting (of horizontal stripes put to-
g(ether with the opportunity of be-
coming an artist in stone work.
* *
For very tall women, high art in
dressing is absolutely essential. Sky
blue, being a high color, is vastly be-
coming to the perpendicularly pro-
longed blonde. Star braid, picked out
in silver, is in exceptional style for
ornamentation, silver easily lending
itself to the high light effects so much
admired in the metal trimmings.
* *
The careful mother sees that hei
children are dressed as well and sty-
lishly as her dollars and sense will
allow. Of course kid shoes are pre-
eminently suitable for all small chil-
dlren, though in the summer time all
kids-I mean children. not shoes-
should be permitted to go barefoot.
It is more healthful. Nor all kid
gloves are made exclusively for kids:
the' grovIlwn-ups w-.r lth'e i ;as well, if
not better.
-' *

Tan is always goodl. I' really never
,)t's (luitla oiut of fashion, appearing
*la>'y iii tIl' st!il e'r l motil s-; when it
is 'worn 1 prn('ip;lly (In th'1" ha1d4s andl
face' o(f -hose whoi -'- k the simanpl- lift(
;tlad hav, heart to heart (.)Iof'tlli!ii,js
wi h i;tna;iur'-. C('lildre'.n v. (tr a llmo-t a
complete sllit of tail. ti,: iin it par-
ticutlarly I appropriot-, an,! coii'fort'i,)),
Vx lin a' tie seashme. ( )ca';sionlally,
\hen1 they aret nau hty. Tih, children's
I( Iothlers have ;o( apply anll iiniediate
tanninir. which generally proves to be
quite satisfactory-to the tanner.

The color of gold is always fasci-
nating. Even staid old Mother Earth
loves the glitter of gold, joyously hid-
ing its splendor deep down in her bos-
om. pressing it still closer to her
heart. She rarely parts with it un-
less compelled to, and then only with
a struggle, showing for years after
the deep scars and wounds resulting
from her stubborn holding of her
treasure. Perhaps she knows its mag-
ic and so longs to keep it all her own.
For if you but show the gleam of gold,
behold its wonderful alchemy! All
other colors under the sun may be
procured by it. including the glitter of
the diamond, the satiny lustre of ihe
pearl, the sparkle in the dark ?yes ot
woman, the blush on her cheek, the
glorious sapphire of cloudless skirs.
the sunset splendor of the east, the
primrose mornings of the tropics, the
moonlit beauty of Venetian nights.
For gold is all-powerful. O. devotee.
and can buy you everything but a
pure heart and perfect health and un-
alloyed happiness.-St. Erling in At-
lanta Journal.


SStands Like a Stone W
Turns Cafftle, Hores, Hogs-Is- Pa$IHy ab

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Buy your new fence for years to come. Get the big. beavy wires. the
hinge joint, the good galvanizng, the exactly proportioned quality *f .se*

We can show you this fence in our stock and explasm its menrv 4
superiority, not only in the roll but in the f4iLd. ame am w s mia n Ct
our prices.I


McMillan Bros.

Southern Copper Works

Manufacturers of Turpentine Suill

and General Metal Workers.

Old Stills taken in exchange ror new onr,., lPatur,.i,
through the country a specialty Ordr% by niftil
wire will receive prompt attention at v it jr fk.
following works .




Roses and
this season.
becoming to





t l,. ;tt ,\,. li~lni,,,. oti( ".- "1"11,' rlt,

II IIn ( I e < "' In i hi> )>; tllot. ly ;t Ir:m-I
,or". , tl... \ho(dl' Iu mi e "r o" voTe
,:- T *1h'\ '-'haill lho! office for ont'
Ii, i *r ii 'cv -ors sliai" '

S.' Th-' ipresidenlt s-hall presidl
a' all n'ltiiles of lith club and of the'
bnae4 d f eo\t'rnors. He shall also b',
4-x14ff4 i' a netlmbet of all comnumiittO'es
to %hi, h l o- shall not be' regularly
alpimbIn'.td 11' shall also have such
otht" duties as the board of govern-
orT> tia. give him.
24-c. :: The vice president shail
.sisi the' president in discharging
his duties. and in his absence, per-
formn the same.
See 4. The secretary shall give all

motnies. keep a correct list of nmem-u
bers. with their addresses, and of the
automobiles or other motor vehicles'
ewn d by them: keep a record of all
club runs. contests and exhibitions:
keep the minutes of all meetings of,
the club and of the board of govern-
o whbeever so required .and shall
annual meeting, and perform such oth-
er detics as may be enjoined on him
by the president or board of govern-
ors He shall also be ex-offlcio a mem-
ber of all committees to which he
Shall ot be regularly appointed.
See S. The treasurer shal collect.
receive and disburse all money be-
kmigtng to the club. such disburse-
moets to be made on the warrant of
the bord of governors. to be certi-
g,,1 to him by the secretary. He
shall keep regular accounts, and sub-
mit tbe same to the board of govern-
ors when ver o required .and shall
orMa and submit to the annual

: 'io tiO ll 1. A l Iv -.:: : :' ;'-

Siola ion uf h' lawl 1 i o tliil.uli ( .-
regllati.inii tli. u1-s of !li hig hw;ays.
si Jn'>'TI or a-Zli0. o1 fo ri (" ,)ir.I'l i't!l-
jurioilltI 10 lIth n' v f.'llaiv t l' 'i th (' lit). 'Y
a quorliim of tlhe board of go' rnois.
Sec. .. The' board of g(ovr'ilnort
m1iay also. in th' sanme manner. expel
any member of the' club for cotducli
which shall seem to warrant ihat pen-
alty. Such member, however, shall
be given an opportunity of stating
his case before the board prior to his-
AtiL, IT. i

;,- : n: '. ". ,. :i:!d ii I ir' 1% R. F'.ICSC-N' OLD HOGUSE
:' d if .i't d i r ', r'.l!. ln ., **, q u i k h: .

o j* stif ti e c :' i 'nce. a m t To -' ' '. . ,

conuvicd :11hp t ; l ar !un!wi is
irr'ssistih)v. It is to he h p. di ti. o im O l t ;Mn x with R. I his

alde rcang, into (in his i stt. handsome as the tinest in ow.
lThe, L. &- .M1. Paint i.s sold by .Mel ver
I-Atlanta Georgian & MacKay, Ocala, Fla.
I !

Am TREATMENT OF BOILS AND CAR-. "The VWalth of the World is Hui-
Amendments BUNCLES man." is the motto selected by Miss
Section 1. These by-laws may be No l or carbuncle d be pain-Van Wagenen to accompany her de-
amended at any meeting of the club. ful or should the treatment causesign. drawn for th assahustts
by a two-thirds vote of the memberspain, according to A. Ogler Ward. of Milk and Baby Hygiene Commission.:
present. of which five days' notice. Lon o E C The drawing shows an infant standing
containing the text of such proposed The treatment which he employs is between two angels, each holding a
amendments, shall have been given simple. A pledge of cotton soaked cup. One is the Angel of Death,
ISigned: Edward Holder. J. H. Spen- i carbolic glycerin is applied t o the with a serpent in her cup; the other.j
cer. A. L. Izlar. Emmett E. Robinson. boil and covered with gutta-percha ti the Angel of Life. with pure milk in
Harry C. Dozier. J. W. Hood. M. D..sue and a bandage. As soon as the rs. Last summer 2352 babies were
David S. Woodrow, R. E. Yonge. W. pus shows the epithelium is gentclaimed by the Angel of Death in Bos-
P. Edwards. R. R. Carroll. T. E. Bridg- turned back and the glycerin re-ap-iton.
es. D. M. Smith. C. R. Tydings, C. plied. As soon as a slight cavity ap- The fact that there are no marriag-
R heinauer. T K S laug hter. H array p earsiom e oethth atceheresaretlo arriav -
ee G. s A. B. Kibler. D. B. pears some of the glycerin is gentlY nor given in marriage in heaven
Peter, J. G. Baskin, A. B. Kibler. D. B. m l es. nor given in marriage in heaven
Kibler T J.F.Cocowitch, W. H. Bos inserted by means of a simple glassiought to make it very attractive to
syringe, and again the poultice of gly-i
well, Joseph Bell. J. A. Rentz, L, E. im a gainthe poultice gl uany mismatkeel couples.attractive o
la G.ose l Jno. HA. Ta W. cerin Is applied. In two or three days'
Lang. ews. Scott. DavJnois. Talor.Keat-the slough separates, and after one fi-t
in. Newsom. D. W. Davis, R. L. Keat- n. C. al poultice of glycerin the cavity
l Ail- iinqpe v|th th minimum of M ON.

SCarmichael, H. C. Jones, mrank Hat- pul li. I. ., -l ,.....,
Carmichael, H. C. Jones, Frank Har- scar. under any simple dressing. The|
ris W. A. Blue,. J. M. Colley, R. L. omp- hygroscopic action of the glycerin re
kins & Cobb. J. M. Meffert, R. L. An- l s t tension-the cause of the
lives the tension--the cause of the
derson, A. A. Eaton, J. D. Robertson, pain-very speeaily. and it need nev-
J. Camp. E. C. Smith, M. J. Roess, C. er recur.
O. Campbell. R. S. Hall. H. J. Nichols.
L. K. Edwards. W. D. Gamble. W. N. We are headquarters fr all good

U n!mI '1Af

4 I-

SaMmaam n d may also fix penalties for viola* We cannot too highly apprelat -
U ll IIUN ti .of the roles of the club, or for the era in which we live. Our lines t A r TTA
the oMt Uy ber comdact any ber et i e W ilen on peiant paces. This I W T IA C
te owga Persons have tal to Its welfare, and eatorce the era deserves all the full blown roses -l Bff A
ted themselves togethperos ave same; ft remit penaltes, la its dis that can be piled upon It. On a big tract of land in Orange
Sthemtelvea together form- creation ad may perform suh other Our mechanical devises and scien. N J.. which has laid undeveloped for
tog an organization to be known asiduties as its judgment may devolve tific achievements put all other ages g esl A N many years, there has bee start
Ite Marion County Automobile Club, upon it nder tnese by-laws. to the blush. They are more wonder- a unique building venture. The n-
ad have adopted the following consti- ARTI(- IV ful than the Bacons or the Shakes- A dents of Orange call It a "'irpro
ttion and by-laws for their govern- Committees peares or the most optimistic minds of I village." It s a clony of houseft bull
et .to-wit. Section 1. The president shall ap- the past ever entertained a momen- I i I entirely of terra cot la. designed to be
SARTICLE I. point the following committees, viz: tary or fragmentary dream of when fireproof inside and out.
Cm teti. o aMl Bys-alm A committee on law and ordinances; in their balmiest moods. There has not been attempted be
. "ect 7. ThBis club shall be a committee on entertainment; a We have made a whispering gallery ByLy di Pink am ts fore any such large development o
ws a-Te Maron Co nty Auto, committee on exhibitions, contests of the winds; we have utilized the the "fireproof home" idea. Isolated
S 2. The objts of the club and runs; and a committee on good ocean's depths for the transmission dAu A ui, Bnm nUl nd houses of the kind have been built.
S e obsocial of the club and protective or-roads; each committee to have at of thought; we have made metalic V egetble olJmpo but here there are twenty-four of them
toiton of all Persons protective orleast one member from the board of wires the instruments for articulate oille ,y. "Lydia E. Pin.k going up at once, as a beginning. Al
iat of all persons who are inv. governors, who shall be chairman of speech; we have reproduced the hu- ham' etable Compound haser though they differ in architectural
t erte in motor pleasecuringe vehicleonal same. A majority of any standing man voice in all the moods and tenses tainly done me a style, they are all alike in their stru-
t cooperate in securing national committee shalk constitute a quorum. for pastime and entertainment; we world of good and tural qualities. Terra cotta, in the
legislation and ordinances concerning Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the are beginning to navigate the air as ,no. Isuferd form of hollow blocks la the basic ma-
the sre of s nch vehicles; to protect committee on laws and ordinances to we now navigate the seas. fromrgularities, trial. It is used for walls, floor
the ateas of ownercles againd users of examine all laws and ordinances in But greater than these achieve- dizziness, nervous- and partitions.
otor p re vehicles against un-existence, or which may be pending, ments is the fact that we are begin- ness, and a severe The novel system of construction
jt and unreasonable leislaion; to! may be proposed, and to frame ning to concede the liberty of con- m al.Pi am'8 is largely due to the rise in thee price
aiftst in securing the proper punish omLydE.Pnkham's l
ait securing he proper puni laws and ordinances, affecting the science and the freedom of speech. 1 Vegetable Comn- of lumber in recent years. The coat
eat of those who flagrantly violate rights and privileges of the owners We no longer see through a glass pound has restored of frame dwellings has approached so
the laws or ordinances regulating he and users of pleasure motor vehicle.,, as darkly as did our ancestors. We me to P perfect closely the cost of masonry dwellings
4. of the highways, streets and and report thereon to the board ot are beginning to catch glimpses of healromthand kept me that the saving in maintenance and
te and to promote and encourage governors; but the board of govern- the truth. We are beginning to toler- tab e. I wi er be without this insurance on the fireproof structures
the costuctio and maintenance of ors alone shall have power t act for ate the fact that we can no more think medicine Inthebhouse.t-Mrs. SA i'L more than makes up for the differ
od rods. !the club publicly in such matter, alike than we can feel alike or see E, 8528 Fourth St. LouiSvlle, Ky. ence in original cost. The economic
ARTICLE II. Sec. 3. It shall be the 'luty of the alike. Another Operation Avoided. consideration is the element that has
Membership I committee on entertainment, and the We realize that it is not now neces- Adrian, Ga.- I suffered untold caused so many homes of sturdy.
Section 1W The membership shall "-misery from female troubles, and my
Section 1. The membership shall committee on exhibitions, contests sary to burn heretics or drown witch- doctor said an operation was my only permanent construction to spring up
"mprise three classes, namely, hon- and runs, to make arrangements for es to establish the fact that the Lord chance, and I dreaded it almost as in the last two or three years.
omary members, active members and and take care of such entertainments, reigneth. much as death. Lydia E. Pinkham's Until recently terra cotta blocks
am-residentmembers. exhibitions, contests and runs, which We see a growing fellowship of the Vegetable Compound cocu were used almost exclusively for re-
Smewitoutheanoperaion.embershipmewereousednalpmostie.cl-usively -f.or
Sec. 2. The honorary members have first received the approval of the churches. As different branches are HENTY, B. F. D. 8. proofing business buildings. Plans
sfall be composed of such persons as board of governors. No appropriation needed in an army in battle-artillery, Thirty years of unparalleled sue.
shall be elected thereto by the unan- made by the board of governors for infantry, cavalry-so we realize that cess confirms the power of Lydia E. -. -- --. -
otas vote of the board of govern-an entertainment, exhibition, contest different branches of church work are inkham's Vegetb Compound to' 1
o. Such members shall be exempt cure female diseases. The great v You uont lE
froa. Such membersshallnotbeexemti or run shall be exceeded by such com needed in the warfare against unchar- ume of unsolicited tesMmonyconstat.
troo all does, and shall not be enti- mitee, and all bills incurred by it itableness and unrighteousness, and ly pouring in proves conclusively that
tied to vote at any meeting of th shall be approved by its chairman be- every arm of service is necessary, and LydiaE. Pinkbm's Vegetable Com.
fore being paid by the treasure. all are recognized as helpful to each a remarkable remedy for those
See. 3. The active membership of AiTtres so m nay ewo m iensu from-whic
the club shall consist of persons., not Meeting The picture we behold is as exhil- I I I 1
to exceed five hundred, who are eith- Section 1. The annual meetin-g f araUng as an army with banners-as THE COUNTRY WOMAN'S CAREER
r owners ,the club shall be held on the second inspiring as a song of triumph!
dealers in. motor pleasure vehicles, or Thursday in each year. Regular meet- Housework, instead of drudgery, is
who are interested in automobiling ings of the club shall be held on ;be GEORGIA'S EXAMPLE CITED a beautiful science, capable of devel-
or good roads. second Thursday of each month at --- ,te caabe d de
S e. 4. The non-resident member- 8 p.M. The Tampa Tribune calls uon thopment into art. She whose mind Is
ship shall consist of persons who are Sec M tingsother thant e alert to learn trhe best ways of caring
either owners of. or dealers in. mo- for house and premises, to preserve
either owners of. or dealers in. mO-regular feelings may be called by the example in outlawing the convict for house and premises, to preserve
tot pleasure vehicles, or who are in- resident.. or on a majority vot f o0lease system. the family health, and who studies the about the go t
ererst<.d iln automobiles or good roads h boar o vernors at any rimi, food problem that her table may of-
and nrc no' re-idents of Marion coun-or when 10 members in good standing From across the border line the fer the variety to provide for growth have to offer this w
l wr .10 1! riinfluence of the Empire State has and repair. understands that the body.
Seo. :l. Applications for ativa or wt rteor. an, noic or suelh n seen and felt. being so largely dependent on food,
non-r.sidlnt me-mbership shall stat in ee ani n besides nul is (Osigling to oblivion a rel- may be strong anti vigorous, or weak
th* nuni,. address and occupation Iiof st, led o h :n t- of bru ali't which ought never to and ailing according to the foo and -UST IN-
Ih. applicant. and shall be sign id iy htr nt r tsh an h ,e m i.e laurs mt '. lve -.urvived the middle ages. Geor- its preparation, i filling a career sur- SELF RISING BUCKWHEAT
twbo ni.nImbI-rs of tile club in good!1i g, t , ti h;ls s(. itl'he wholesome example of passed only by the ability to imental-!
tt .''ll h10 tciary of t lcovit such mettings. pUtin la convict ;to work on the ,. *:. 'BUCKWHEAT FLOUR
sttIg.-tit to seciary of tht. :o Trkelae avn t1' l nd morally train hr .amilil CKWHEAT FLOUR
I :'' an y ihin. deliveredd to .he shall constit ut( a quorum .t ; rht.GRAHAMFLOUR
I.oo:.l of overnors. In case' two mem- f l. if qt ir, i lot' I"t'tr hlitgwas of travel anti bet- It is a beautiful thing to wri0 t a WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR
I . t i,(ai , apli(;*il'. his application jour ch hIe til..s ri ) ,l,'," ;0 1 1 1 F ;lteresult. lhre.r hi ut it is lno"' ht.eatlul!;'l. l.or RYE FLOUR
'bt. II IC d'.ni,-<' 'ixe b1 him. ^Atd .byv th.' ;inlme the state is provid- helpful and far-re'aching to givi to the FLAPJACK FLOUR
< o. '; The .. -hbill be no entrance ,, g the ih .witI :: roads from border to world a family possessing lerigh,.. cbis
,... "-'h; d'ue. lur tih' active members h. ,. At as, ..c,), w,:n ,the border tlh "-, will be other tasks set lcriminating minds in sound,. healthy YELLOW INDIAN MEAL
order f ousine 1 ss. < xAlc- t wt. lln o *t er- I
.:' '. $e; a 'o.ar. payable 50 cents vi. det, e riined ,y f:ios) prentl ilt. li" h, ti,!aors of law. jrodit's. whose minoral i('rc'ptiot) will SAMP, POP CORN
no, i.lv. in a.iance. and for non-res- sIl be: Say- il, Florida paper: k.p p) thtm on th( side of right and PITTED CHERRIES and
,'. Ut rl,r' one-half that amount. "Fi _rs-The nc'di .g rC ::on Thile .TI, of (;eorgia seems to bet justicee. a id whose' ('hri:-ti i ta ii:ing
\, n fi iin '. to pay his du(s1a1 5e minute o: p- .n iakin-g a sn(z-s cf its change et \wvll Iri e !li. ni to h'lpf!ul lh.'dls. This
:, hir-t ,h ays aft,.r notice tha'; S~ ,(eon, ,,n letort of .., Ilan in ith. utili:ation of convicts. In is :; ('a;rI.tr oien to cv.ry woliomatl. When you are down tow
., ,, a y:',bl, .sall thereby.' !I.ri- t( ,, , .*,.,, ;t. -t'ad of plea-'in l th'm to contractors On () o teau;:iltl h'ul in a nieialhl:orle
I *' f 'hd o d ot ', governors. *t\r- i- :lo- .- c;r pii;rie ,ni1. thes u.nflrtunnal'i., od will awak'ii ':'m;l ion. :-slting US show you a lot of GOC
,. ,, r. ,, t,, rslh ip I i -- );i : -" l.. -.. n.'i lii ','' .'i .',i>- ,,d in co n stl r c tin g i th e in i:ip ro vs .' 'l i l o ; \ R T !(' .ii ., -:,, ,i" ;, i. i ", h, -. ,ii i i fo r tI' t- h ,g t'l ''t l g oo d 1st u ro ;'n in .. oI ('tn .csli yo ;i 1d i
Off scrs -,. ," :' li. if b'"!.'2 ru'-l; nail' rp'tted >,ch
-h ; '. ; <* prf-a i t M It' ,,* i .. '* :ti:1 "'' iij :I v otl on(t i~lh)rov C ,' ] ,h, :-al th !:. \' il] r : !. . :h"

tea-,l :i .... H A R V -. (EYsisii r t I * .;ri~iinot. 1 vi il x tn. h ; :,, i n I..': n CI A
,'II t i 1 '111|: t .' r fou l' of sha2,: ll 1";]'l [ " -- ...... (,t i'i ; t c' .. I"';i1 hi: h\\;;ys ;Wt U, \,' : I,!-; i i i' .t ': "* :.;; .i > ... I't

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ted to hearing from u
igs to eat that we will
inter. A 0 I






a call at our. store and lkt


ARK. Proprietor
Ocala. IMud


Modern Methods

of Bookkeeping

Quickest, Simplest, Most Economied

A gVod Equipment to start with
Tv5 x 8Binders \ TOTAL COST
1,000 Record Sheets (choice of 6
forty different foams) 76
2 Volume Cabiet (for holding books) $765
40 Alphabetical Index.

We will be glad to show you IMl
Moore's Modem Methods are tMw
Tpfllrhnn for n Catalneu4

In we amtwo
Now Taft cu 0 M

The ". s c~vis -m
by far tbOv,. go"- d a-
'a mictfa bloks oet Mn
cv~o erl uft fns omuo
The burst, clot sm~erW a
shIPPed fircou '.Pvt 46
torte. .411 t lie- %*$I sm
Company, Its i"'ist o
this mreanot 6"'usts"eq04Mflum
In III# *all% &aid Powcl
bokw I aa rc isa i -i d .-me 4s
t he ho ,low "mm..-M..farm
r'bamtocirP i roe, 1'..e. I. 9.e
"dead act aper. e so.', i a

boat. the result b.~ef ga
In summer mda1$ 4warmoir.4 to
ter'. In thu. Sour.itw '.ra, am~f
in rows bw..j ttievar imiia-o
any kind desurfes as- b

on. top of them

zSui h 1% bo-tonOWS4-ro art
Be foot- .uu t..adip -,&r

Pro-sid-ifnvTaft' ham a lseed -A
tariff reform upward W aft.u
praises Over the pr-..sw W~IO
As Tam ps Is erlilmee Ow a 41110 1
we beg to mnsm I 1b" eet 41M
hamper growth 40 Tamps. 4 4
Good folks Ws*a&?eras tois eemm,
Punta, (;or&s Herald

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S M tnprwuast to ad-
PowMet S. George
M i J Mathews
SN A. -ort and W. J.

d omf- of the 1 wuleIting
ed d appm aded
S* IL C ** m appeared and
Gagipea t "r lime pit on
I No1 --b. ar Sharps' Ferry
-o wwa ref rwed to Com-
SA BrwaIg appeared and
I Ir Mr Newmnm of Palat-
ftL- MM at Mrs. Maru's home.
MMfgePst was refused. =
A U UrI a bat appeared and
se-e wasI t report no his ap-
rit pMa s Same was giv-

-wL of Pler Im etL&I al. for
~t from Keadrkck to Antho-
en eai Md over umde the rules.
togn fro the Tampa
( ~b rfed. On motion of
Pr ctor the board di-
i ebIa to advise the Auto-
Clu ae Tampa that the coun-
L tIU and set the powts along
=or propsesd. showing the mile-
to a=d fam Oala., and permit
gwa b W ( Club to paint, attach
O barm& a d pointers to the

S I IW pr heated treasur-
W~e~ o$11. account of the
qmi" bard read.
'-l i-i -
ft "adliouvd until : p. m.
SBI L th appeared Ia behalf
s-egbue~,. J. OrMta. for the
n mmd Orafl Hammock hard
Om mt -m $11io was ordered
O so Mame f aMid contract.
u I j Mee iy of Lake Weir ap-
M al pi vtlm for hardening
4r i*i- W'tr to llevlew

Or A is rmei app.ar*'l relative to
| O pt -i ru rnaed lilalning of its
:at,, t-I was referred to
001110 0.1 rt-I t 't lth power to act.
Iltel of J %ilarvit Pt al. ask-
g oifs*o* ** qta'ti to- tcalledl to dle-
4 Wwheeb.' khi hallal run at large
e* I.,o ds.'*,,' so g,4 w read Pe-
I o, v4t rt't id sI reristration ot-
1 -ja s' t oIt M t o i .- n*u*'Sitr\ iuniu -
| of IO N Oe-r l ,iiiiIi p.'tition
ft v0M t f "tit lili-l F'i 't
E i *~U '.- t tdi% i'i r|f,-rr)-d toi

p t(*H g(itsl. apjl .aired and ask-
d g lnamr. 4 In nititon of Coninis
S11 ar av*a.t was referred to

S--ims Iei st 1 1 MD ltuffy for
sa wa* rv.%-rTrrd to Ctommissioner

J_--->iI iri wi-tor filed idewcrip-
O l p*lMhe risrd aps surveyed from
I Si. t< *'* ai follows: Be-
lk 1 a pu,6t approximately ?4i>
lllls M ti r (mtthw.*lt corner of
14 -***ashll 17. fouth. range
B M eMarl muuntyv. Florida. runi-
^- beme geart I U *l *t to th' old wire road.
a. t ,*c *.4 a roa:d in a north-
ilH lr oin a* I 1 : 4 nil's, to
St taw i*li' f,...Y oltith of Annie
i lJMli- illc'h 11 N n,,ril.-a t.t,'rl. < di-

Uu a i *) s a itl s 3 <>31 i t
si( & It ll .'r i .i< ,'ritl' ill' "
*till. 9.*-, I tI i t, i h r.r, iii I n:,er

i .t i H I. M ar'in 11 lr i.ar '
i mm.' l Itil- r adopIt,',l
S i .i t* < r f i. I' ,'ofor,' re-
2w l *nsd la'i

ldllalt ,iVil :" .p. m.

Twe"ay. 7:10 p. .

in.-V gjut- limatlto atijoiut'u

P, t' it v isesi'$5in)Dwa-

i djuMi' i.*'d at i t t hi. m 1
sel l a m Wle.Bfmdar
Weimseisy. S a. m.
d maett pursuant to adjournment

1 J H h4tai appeared before
C.. n t ask*-el ailsta ac'. On
UNB- IN i p&et month w as granted.
g aomtoe 'oumin.snioner Proc-
-- care A. D. Mi'e'l-
I 0Iv "Mmrto-r*4W i lact'd on th1e
g' f at $:; 1wr month.
SHodtder. twtpnc.r and Brown.
*. S q mIITt *s of tbe Ocala A.:'omo-
e Aemer tamo. appeared and pre-
4a ie la folki tng petition-
Ib rwMliots e-loeshere in this is-

OR til -matter Wasarren to
Cm-- l-r Proctor wvtt power to

Poor farm report was read as fol-
lows ad filed:
Oeala, Pla., November 2. 1909.
To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners in and for Marion
Gentlemen -Having visited the
county Infirmary for the month. of Oc-
tober. I desire to report as follows:
The inmates are now eleven in num-
ber, four white and sevea colored, Stu
art Green, the paralytic, having died
ea the 31st ultimo. Paul Johnson ap-
pears t obe rapidly declining, and I
think will also pass out in the near
Mr. John Moore Standly. having
grown tired of our accommodations
returned to Ocala about two weeks
since. The other inmates continue it
their usual feeble conditions.
The superintendent is preparing tc
make up the cane crop, and Mrs. Ste
phens is kept busy day and night car

ing for the sick, and especially Mrs
Johnson. Expense account for the
past month amounted to $136.06.
Corn. in Charge.
The clerk presented account, show
Iag payments on account of labor on
county hard roads. Same was read
and filed.
On motion bill of city of Ocala for
half of road taxes for 1908 collected,
was ordered paid.
Upon consideration for petitions for
hardening road from Belleview tc
Lake Weir. Commissioner Fort of-
fered the following resolution:
Owing to the great press by citizens
from different section of the county
for new hard surfaced roads, and ex.
tentions of old ones. and owing to the
pressed condition of our finances we
feel compelled to go very slow along
these lines for the present. However
we are pleased to advise the people
of a former resolution: that where the
people would put up one dollar the
board would supplement it with two
dollars. We appeal to the people who
are wanting better roads to take ad-
vantage of this resolution.
The resolution was adopted.
Notary public bond, of V. P. Smith.
with T. N. Smith an tI C. M. SmitL
as sureties, approved.
Bonds for licenses to carry rifle by
Wade H. Fanning. W. B. Newbern. .1.
B Hanney. Felix H. Lisk, Casper
Young and J. L. Smoak were read and
Bonds for license to carry pis-tol by-
Willis C. Hall. J. S. Mixson. .lames B.
lianney. A. H. Landing. .. H. Wat-
kins. Alh-rt L. Perry. A. M1. Rush. .1.
11. Moon. Thomas A. Perry. W. H.
Fort. Lonnie B. Hall. WV. H. Porter.
.1. A. Kilpatrick. <;Geo. D. Hods '. read
and apiproved.
Notary bond of .1. C. Pillans. with
W. E. Martin and .1. S. .Martin as sure-
ties. re-:ad and approved.
Following contnunication read and
To the Honorable County Commis-
sioners. Marion Co.. Fla.:
Gentlemon-I am directed I-v tlhe
state board of pensions to furwar.d to
you the enclosed list of pensions of
your county, which is required under
Sec. 15.. Chapter -3SS5. Laws of Flor-
I hereby certify that the enclosed
to a complete list of persons drawing
pensions from the state of Florida,
whose applications were filed from
Marion county, as shown by the pen-
sion records of the state of Florida.
All claims filed from your county
under Act of 19i7 have been consider-
ed by the board of pensions.
Yours very wruly.
ee.\. Slate Board of Pensions.
\Widow's pension claim by Mrs. .Io
Sl diime C. Tnllne'r T':atl and ;ippro'\e,.
C'ominilssiOller t'osly r'eportid l up
on request of Mrs. Sibly fori relief.
I llon (.iTisiih'laliO u tqulest of .;:.

P.ill tl" Mltiiro,' ali.I ('liaiiti.isl.-. r'.

Bill ot T. F. Pasit l 'llilprov '+ d. ..n.i

warrant ordered drawn.
i.''itioii 'it x pension of Belle'f >w
ait.i LI'\oll road rea, and ha i.l ,,
under the rule
Bill of WV. E. Hutson. game and fish
warden. referred back to hinm. with re
quest tb a he have the county treas-
urer certify to the deposit of the fines
,et out with him.
Treasurer's report read and filed.
Petition of D. S. Woodrow read.
and upon consideration the board rec-
ommended that the comptroller allow
Mr. Woodrow to redeem the outstand-
ing tax certificates on block 22. Cald-
well's ad to Ocala. on the basis of as
sessment on this block 22 for year
Board adjourned until 1:"o p. m.
At 1:3;0 p. m. board met pursuant to
adjournment. All members present.
except Commissioner Fort.
The board canvassed the returns of
the special election in district No. 19.
to decide whether hogs shall be allow-
ed to run at large in said district, and
found that there were cast at said
election for free range of hogs. 15
votes, and that there were cast at said
election against free range of hogs.
31 votes. The election was thereupon
declared against free range of hogs.
Widow's pension claim by Mrs. Ra-
chel C. Stone read and approved.
There were presented by the regis-

I oWi of SpIai i l. ;it the depot., wvas
ithe one conmplailned of. and ask th;m
i! be fixed.
All bids audliied and applrovel were
ordered p r )aid.
No further business heinib before

the board it adjourned until the regu-
lar meeting in December.
"The most merciless enemy I had
for 20 years." declares Mrs. James
Duncan of Haynesville, Me.. "was dys-
pepsia. I suffered intensely after
eating or drinking, and could scarcely
sleep. After many remedies had fail-
ed and several doctors gave me up, I
tried Electric Bitters, which cured me
completely. Now I can eat anything.
I am 70 years old, and am overjoyed
to get my health and strength back
again." For indigestion, loss of appe-
tite. kidney trouble, lame back, fe-
male complaints, it's unequalled. Only
50c. at Tydings & Co.
Miss Mary Allen and Mr. Drayton
Avera were married at McIntosh Wed-
nesday night. The marriage took place
in the Christian church, and the cer
emony was performed by Rev. W. H..
Coleman of this city. Mrs. Avera, who
is a most attractive young woman, is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Alien. The bride and groom came to


have warrant drawn to cover approv-
ed bill.
Application of C. M. Hawkins for re-
lief referred to Commissioner MacKay
for investigation.
On motion It was ordered that the
clerk advertise for sealed bids for the
leasing of all convicts (except th-
right to reserve 20) as they come
from the courts.
This right of reserve of 20 convicts
to be for the construction and main-
tenance of hard roads throughout the
county. The board to reserve the
right to refuse any or all bids. The
bids to be opened at 12 o'clock Tues-
; day, December 7, 1909.
There was presented and read to
the board a petition signed by more
than one-fourth of the registered vot-
ers of election district No. 8, of Ma-
- rion county. Florida, asking for an
- election to be held in said district, to
. decide whether hogs shall be permit-
ted to run at large in said district;
said petition being presented under
Chapter 6001 of the laws of the state
of Florida, acts of 1909, and thereup-
on Commissioner Mathews introduced
the following resolution, to-wit:
Whereas. There has been presented
r to this board a written application
from more than one-fourth of the reg-
istered voters of election district No.
8. of Marion county. Florid.,. asking
for an election to be held in said dip-
t rict to decide whether hog.s shall be
permitted to run at large in said dis-
trict,; therefore, be it
Resolved by this board, That an
election to decide whether hogs shall
be permitted to run at large in elec-
tion district No. 8 of Marion county,
Florida. be and the same is hereby or-
dered to be held in the said district,
on the 4th day of January, A. D. 1910,
and that the clerk of the board give
thirty days' notice of said election by
publication of the notice of said elec-
tion in the Ocala Star, a newspaper
published in Ocala. Marion county,
Florida, the said newspaper being the
one published nearest to the said dis-
Which, being seconded, was unani-
mously adopted.
On motion .1. D. Proctor, A. D.
Mitchell and Nathan Mayo were nam-
ed and appointed inspectors for said
election in precinct No. 3, or .-anuary
4. 1910. and J. \W. Davis nanmed and
appointed clerk of said election.
On motion of Commissioner Cros-
by a warrant for $10 was ot tereo
account of deed to one acr4' ,>f l;ii I
on Sparr and Anthony hard road.
The county Itreastirer's report for
October,. lli9 t. received and ap'i 'oa1''i.
On ilo wiooi of Commissioner1 at ih
ews the t)(Ioar ills'ricted the (cler'. to
write the conipt roller, requesting that
.I. 11. liviviiston. .Iri. be allowed to r(-
demn the olilt.stanuil :- i;x certifi'ail
on east half of northwest quarter s'so-
t.on 14. town-.h'f p 1;. sol'b. ran',- .'1.
east. at fact v'al;,' anti i omitted 3'r,'
taxes without interest.
Coinmmunication by IH. H. Meadows
of Ocala. complaining of the public
crossings on the A. C. L. R. R. track.
west of Kendrick hard road, read, and
clerk was istruc(ted, to write the A. C.
L. R. R. Co. to have said (e-os..ing I put
in proper shape.
Comnimunica'iion by A. C 1.. R. R.
Co., relative to crossings complained
of a; October meeting of the board
read and ord(lered filed. Clerk was in-
si rlt e l ito write the A. ('. I.. R. R.
(ii.. hlia' i;'.i!roail (.rossilni :ti Pro'tot

.atieniioi. anid a-k thliat il t lie put in
proper l.ulle.
('o!l1iiiit i( il ilt of Sr oilio li Air
liii 1L. ( o.. I'lai ive tI r:k ilroad
('rossitii at S;pi-r t' rtad(. ('lerk was in-
>lit'Utcdi to wri-t'' lite ,. .. IA R. R.
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