The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00560
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00560
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;a farn ait Lady Lake. uent down River News. Still very ill. wo o(if them. Mary Sto' j \\;]t r .11 i xoni Charlie .11ixaon'. ih. r. hof, tr i F1Ir'-iI, pi ,tl -' '
'hi r. on Monday to ins .e:' it. tHe and Etta. dangerously so. tHI alo Kendrick r T'is ,14:114 1j, i; ,. .
iopliwed over a while in Ocala to The Sewing Circle of tih. Haptist states to t there hae been twoI Ki-; i F;nil:. 11 t d'i'n ,. 'A .. -
si. ak to old friends. chutrchi n:,.t .Monday witiih Mis.-, )ra deaths among the college girls so far. Flemington 'lahiont
VoI4T. who was a most corlial hostess. The friends of Mr. andI .Mrs. Moore 7.!vw::-d i hX ws.
The firs~- I.yceium attraction will b" Ther,, w., eigihtel,'Ini nmenilii-r pres-, will bhe exceedingly sorry to knowX Santos
at ithi' ainiorr next Monday evening. ,,',. and they Xw\ere busy witli their tha: their, dear lih'le 1zirls cotlltilli. sI ()lir T is OUR NEW OSTO E
the' l.th. Seats will go on sale Friday net,.les tor a 'couple of h(lours. aflerilll. lit sincerely hope soon o h. :" Address Unknown
nmorninrg at the Court Pharmacy. The which Miss Vo.t s.'rv.,d delicious r.- bPhettr news of their conditions. or,.. Hill. I r '. tVt tirton... t. (l 4 i1'.'!'n
%*.ason will -be opened by the Alkahest treshnenits. consis'in:i of iced tea. \\'aironi. I,\ is Kina l e..l'," i 'l,1 l 'l,: l4 :, '
OIWilliam Hocker. the second soil of 4 I Xit i'xXXI4 .'t I
Ladie'. luartetite. onei' of the best on s'andw\ich, s and picklehs. At this meet- GraiT!iam Hohkr.. Earl ( ran than. .ll.v,'
the roa. Get your seats early- ing it was decided to hav' the annual al. nd Mrts. T. P. Drakt of Y lahia (;Prainham. Thi-ophili- Neal. I. rovX bl11"alilirt '.
a--- bazaar otn ihe 1imh of Decemiber, at wa' born r eltlarl last Tucslay \Wise.l>. I'1,' Martin. plan M'Qi;ii_. i' 1
W ANTED- At once. man ith log- th residence of Mrs. .I. D1. Robert(on. 1 ornin His and health, good Ruifls W'illiams. 8orton (;r,-i., ;l t r1'i :- ::lt )
icing team. to haul for mill. \\rite or name an1, pleasant environment sen ,. ,. i on, .r *
call Hilton Lumber Company. Belle- 'j "1r' ".* 'onal r 1 .
% i Hw. F l ua. 22-2t. I Alnhta night th, slork visi'e, the to lake the II'le' fellow iake a very i W. \\'ald'on. D:IXvid .O l.s. (; l i i r( of.,. "X
; home of Mr. and Mrs. G;eo. I;. Math- optilis:ic vi..w of life.- Leesblurg l ot -. W Villi Park. Those. \'hi! ',- .
Mr 1., 1.. Aiken. who is stopping Iws and left a dainty little girl. Edi- Con:mercial. Will i: D.,,,,I I, r,-" ..-
with lW daughter. Mrs. Brigance. a? t Mathews is threaieninvengeace Willias. iarin Th..p '.!
the Palmetto Hce e. was stricken fornin a son. Ir Beatrie' In:lis, of the firm of . Hed on WilliH H .ndr- th i -alrIh
with paralysis Sunday night. andupu we think ha splendid taste was l'-plail-Inzls (Co.. of Bfirmninhamn. son. W. Ch.l H r. on. i. -:nd
To the hour of our going to press was used, and if the editor can't be pleas- Ala-. is in th' irv.. His firm has th,-' RsiWn. Zack Cru ptonh. -Ro ;ar, oi nwailh X'i '" B''. -I ,
very low and still unconscious. THe is ed ith so sweet a lit tle lady he has c nract ham Wm H S ellin. vr t '
a civil war veteran, and is quite aged. no judgment whatever.-Bar'ow Re- f nry Gatrrell. Ro-hr,' Murray. E!tonin. < ti', ,s ,..lR- ..'
-h-rff llrd. iIs olonte Robert F. Rogers and ra.rr :4' ," .,
Sheriff Galloway is rejoicing in the Charley Rogers of the Lynne section ., Rawl-.frd Tr. .
b o r Itisa f. r. .1. od Davis. .no. A. illi ma
birth of a grandson. It is a fine boy., Charles Brown has returned from were in Ocala Monday and r:epor' r..(,ld Davis. o. A. Willian
ipping the scales at ten pounds. The a business trip to Ocala. He declares tI 'ines in their locality dry and quiet. FP r.ilT '- '
little one came Friday. and we hope 'that city is enjoying a ereat era of "" r n oC n on S C.' fiii.a .u-' '."' ',
will live long to brighten the home of prosperity and that the Marion Coun- Branch of Clinton. S. C. llhn.
its parents. Mir. and Mrs. H. Hester. tv court house is one of the finest in he u a Preb richcha a:od h Bowin_. E.-. alli .
the state. bu declares that Ocala lSunday. He was the guest of Rev. W. X :'.! I.. }HowIll. Frep M.. Black. S.- V. r' v ;. ',l,,
SEED'OATS FOR SALE should have a union passenger sta- H. Dodge while here. 4uiiin'Brookl''i. .JamsI
S.ri-:p Rnymion, Sa 'l.-s.,_'_.11__1_dinz.
Marion unty grown rust proof and tion, and that this improvement would --
Marion county grown rust proof and .Rv. S. B. Rogers, secretary of *he ovi-resoa. nt, rnr,.
SBurt or ninety day oats. add much to it.-Tampa Tribune. RaXI. S. B. Rogers, secreari on til rirO, T "
*-^Z. C'. CHAMBLISS. *-uBaptist State Board of Missions. kil',d '\rTi, or c-all -) Ocala F,-'iiz..p- ',
Mr. J. H. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. L. the pulpit at the Baptist church in this .. h-r p i 'e f Tri r can firnlsh tirn <11 :1hi :' i- ,' la- ..* .
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Orals. Pla.. Tuesday, Nov. 2. 1909.
The board of public instruction i
S-4 for Marlon county met in regular
seimls at their office in the court house
Wh iall members present as follows
er Stevens. chairman. B. R. Blitcl
J. I. Graatham. with Superintenden
J. Brtinson. secretary.
Tbw minutes of the last meeting
were reed and approved.
Mr. J. C. Davis,. supervisor of th
SmeumeroIld school, asked that th
aarty of their school teacher be pla
ae at $40 per month instead of $3
the present salary. After due consider
ate thb*e ame was declined, and
wIM magrwd to again call the att;e
tUe of the public to the resolution
psma4 by the board some time az
t the effect that the salaries of teact
e were fixed and would not bi
gebaged for tths term.
Mr. W Luff man, one of the trustee
of the Sparr school. called and asked
for tw.l., desks and a heater an
No*,. pips, The same was granted.
R*t*bitiamtini of LD. V. Jackson as si
peorrair .f the Bethlehem school. co
*n'd. %a- r-ec-ived and accepted. l"i
se r..coi.ioi'l'ation of the patrons J
KE Patt. r.-,n; was appointed his sue
rom$t Th,. later appeared and re
pori 'l ijro.'re s in getting seats and

Thb n.attr of dismissing the schools
at th. e funty for the Friday follow
Ita Thank-giving was discussed, and
t 4s- agr.--d that those schools wish
t ato -o could dismiss on Wednes-
4a. s) .-fore Thanksgiving for the re-
masi .-'- of the week. but Friday
aboulI ir" t- counted as taught. It
woulI t, allowable where agreeable
with ti chwils to make up this day
b te-schihr' i on Saturday.
A r*-4u-"s' tar Mitchell Rigdon. liv-
M g. ar 'tie L.akt- county line. to be
alke,-.d 'o .-,1.d to school to Higley,
It laI. c," tlll vas- made by Mr. C. .1
Mf4'ras,. -a:- granted, and it was
agrre'.- 'ha' hi, would he allowed $1C
pri nin i tfroi n the funds of the Lina-
dal* .i,'r,', for tran.sp.orting his and
as) 'h., 1 ;..l ;i. :Li' i.iay apply, to

; : I.I,-ll- sup-.rv:s )r of Mt. Ta-
b , I l .r* :o>l. called and asked
gt, .,, n-'- o their school for
i S. !.':,'h Sa; : e C a-, refused.
it, I ; .- Ire,'d ito a1tin -!ti the super-
t W. **' I'* s<-nols at Summerfield
i di *o i ti. tl \ ill' :, -**' to securing a
aM l., *..' *.,r ftor :, ai school by the
mu ..' ".':it i;Ia a nd practical meth-
ia \i 1 1' "' o 'o ht. county not to
; war' ,* I... I 'ch v'ase-
Wednesday. November 3. 1909
Tt.. *lw a*. *.-- jw -,u !,- t. -w and ac:ir.s.
Nti '! i.trt oni. of the trustees
i f '1, lK ,,k disttic called and
pr*-.* '* :- tor fixing the. well at
66P : i'w.- aid it was agreed
elb ,,, t,. "Kotuld pay $2.' from
l |t .-,,n' t f'ndt.. thle lancee to be
pa .'' I h' I ditric'
| ',is tioim of Euii<. Kiner. teach-
@9 ,,t i,. t'-al! I al a ir colored d
agrboul *as rcit-,f andi. ;<..,pted.
Mr \H T tat.' *.' '., ithalf of the
tr~r,- ** th. O .:. hoild. called
a 4d -.. .1 t 'hat lH ',p I, '.'a nted Miss
a'ta *'. achinit ,:, "i. i : rade of
the r * n, y'..it:- I :,.I 'very bad-
) ,,,,. .-4d ; agreed that
te. t*'N S ,it!, j,t\ :'a a distantt :o
M i.- $2a': pi-r n-. 'itli if a suitable
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it .ti,'r ttIeotp ted that

F board would furnish four window THE MARION COUNTY FAIR
lights, 10x16, and one lock and key. --- IU
The other articles requested were Since the announcement of the spe-
such as are usually furnished by the cial train service to Ocala for the Ma- W
n schools. rion County Fair, much interest is be-
.r Resignation of Nellie Hughes as as- n ested by the people here. s -
sistant in the Pine Grove school, col- ng e y te p --Uy '"' Z
e sisant in the Pine Grove school, col- and a large crowd will be present to, 0
: ored. was received and accepted. The witness the great show of central A R
h superintendent reported that the Florida. 'o '".S:tt 9-er,' moic' .. O V.
Space had already been supplied by O C:SEA0E I STOCK o.Ft- :" '
Space had already een supplied y The farmers are talking of the mat- c Fs;TnnTiM )LT'AiTlntMAKESTNr.fFAT 3 AL
the appointment of Fannie Crowell as ter freely and it i more than proha-. '..MA'I ISNOTA FOODO ur"" av STCCN I.(D-
monitor. ter freely and it is more than proba- . 1TA MAL A I S- EUR ANMALS
g ble that the largest number of this C'CE 25 CENTSA rsa.M IE
A recommendation from the patrons class of people that ever left the coun- tr A CT
e of the Kendrick school for the ap- ty at any on.. time will be present "
Spointment of Mr. C. H. Shaw as trus- l. in ti r hoi whl a la q
c-tee vice Mr. B. C. Webb. resigned. number will also go for the amuse- MISTAKEN ADVICE
was received, and the appointment ac-
5. cordin mnt fears alone.a---
r- cordingly made. There is now an effort being put The- Tampa Tribune has always
it Bills for sundry amounts anorrth hy the association of that (ounty hben triendl to Hlon. Frank Clark.
Stear-hers salaries wore audited anto induce. other sections to participl ate ,, r.i,' -,.ntati in cpr.re.- front the *
ordert.- paid as per the financial state- !ihis great s how. ai it i nr- -"
ment filed with the clerk of the circuit i rtood that thetr will exi ,n. a speia l 1
h- court and posted on the bulletin hoard invj:ation to N. A. (allison of th I l Clark's recentt ourse* in con-
Sat the- court house andl recorded il Sprin g Pai i FarI l to show so of --s. whnn h, thr-w down tl;e gaunt-
the- school lele.-r and the warrant reg- hi. fane tock at th fair, as the-y ,)tf defiance. at M. ;ryans I'fe.
i.-,.r In Hit.-op(-inof-,kboarll. ",a ren nc
s itr in h ofc- of the boari. raliz., that this wxoultl bh. a gr*,at i' 'li' i 'r-l iiat't ao renoa un.o d
d The treasurer's report was r.l.c.i.. dxii. f r l th li..i,- 5 .1 4 l)4 ,1 i -n l ratic plo,)lrorli ali boldt ly
d and. checked over and found to arlee ; lI hl dl;emld for ;he policy of protection-
with th,- can(ell'd warrants ret,:rnd.- itil Triune ook his par
I W it h tilt p ro[w' !' inl::r ,, I-; ,nisol ar -Cy,,o h
No further business appearing. the..: P can rail ,i s, Ti: pap.r wi adl ies 11. l
l- ard aljouirnet d mee..t on Tuesday .h n ,ej t this, fair ill proe. t,) this (.- a inims.lf-1o It o( t the forte
7- .'Decem. 199. ionl of th- star;,. and if tht. right ;Li ii\' His (')ltsltti' it ni '' i rh
..1. H. BRINSON. Supt. ;fort is mnad, allot her y ar cane thi is a'ino.
FOREST FACTS -FOREWORD" Ill.lo)tlh t'nterpirise- s.ll r s. T"h-, Tri;iieha, i-- (.t.[o' ol' ,..li.f t-!e;
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S W\V rasin on. I). C.. Nov. ,.-Th- Alp-, f eoiinTi.-s throu lihout this section. u, init- : h: ,, at lje-< -. r.\pl-tixv.
4 Already lhe Fair l A .\4so >iai,>o f f ni 1 'pi'litel no lo,'h,:z,'r <;t c h.. I'(; -
pala,-hian National Forest Association' II, lra tyv tl ai A.o .ar.i a ti
hat coiinty own th-ir own groiui s lll.
pro{pos- 0to ke+-p faith with itself, an buildings and ha T. Trii a, isi Mr. Cl;.r(i to *
with the- south an.l with th'- hantf';l lar of prenmiumi s advertised, bur thisl;:"or himself in thI wlih 'ro" es of
of devoted men and women of the ytar they have secure-I outsidoi assist- )'ace."'- ani carry ouris r..tclh.l ii i i.
south whu are helping with hands iancI from the liberal merchants of halld all olit i lbranchl
and mind and money the effort we Ocala anil the purses hal b;-en al- To do that in our. Fr:nk
are making to have the south unde.r- ost douhl.0d. while the individual Clark will l. hi. :rip. H, would
stand and know what the forest qu(-s- i u is off.rt I .; sonW ( of .th se; t ndii !.. i i fall i'nt .t.. .i.n npl '- *
tion is. and what is the south's vital firmis 'ill make an ,extra intlucementi "' t t'
concern in its present use and its for- tile el-ople ,o show what hiv pro-: i."' ot" con. r--n-. no.
perpetuation through all future years. *lut p. It is th Illtisr;al that atr;,,*o 'w e
The south breathes "Opport unit -- Faclh anii every fea; uir.- of fair work Ik' - t ioll ti" v*lh; .. ";1- 4
opportunity to use profitably its vast has hbein i taken uQ in the booklet is- ,t1 *" l' k,- h N !< I )l ni) n I *0i
stores of natural wealth in soils and si1ed I' v the association and thi list of of wariu:'. Ti \\ho" f i end \\i- n; i
streams anl minerals and forest.l-- PretIlllns i- one f" th e most li .ral to f riiid if h stoo in thi' ;a o hit
ine + )tIiiihIIitioIli 'i, W i)tIl dl] Ir a II r b\\-r-, )1,t
an opportunity that is being so comn- ie foiunl. allowing -soii-thinLg for n,-ar-. "it ion- o who- i ll s ".en "i r t
prehen.lcl anI. grasped that in the 1Y exhibit offered.-<;ain.-\ ille ''in 'lint ; s 0;ppin so *
south lies thI- now and almost unfal-i I) 14iE r sl T ti ,ir what m'iil Ii *.
lowed field tor natural endeavor and ITEMS FROM BELLEVIEW \Wit'nr h-is pitrlcfork Tillni.ini itl
profit and uphliiliing-but opportiuni- -i 1n u- :r- Tn I
ty carrying wiz it i g rave responsihili-, S-)ii ial (Cit. ( -l anlii- \ V>tsn hail !ip(, .Il his p n in hl
ties and ,utitis that this upbuil int l Tihirsida'. h Mrs. in a. 0 xi; 'rinl. L- ,\\w![;l i ,i i .- I
and exploitation shall be accompanied (',: 1, il an t i:i .i t -- I n Li i. r .! -. i 9
by wis.- sa'eS- rinship anI uns elfih-lis I', w8lla a l *i' L* ':- \\ in--it '
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The forces, question i of lart ia-- h lalt, inl-! (( al 11 :; (- i ) l 'Al i i) las n
tort in thi- south; it h la.- enorm ous -w '" 2 -- w e *r:' : n,,Ot- : h .i.i i,,,r ,'-'
present and future value: it affects in ,l d abi.t lehlir "'1 '. i. ... *. i i' t i. .T.e ii ,
an intinare an vital wa et,.rv .an. Trs. L L. Ip, i ki!ini--. ; i i i* !t into ; woman and chili it: rhe soutith: it has i sh x omnI -li- i- Lo i i- : 'r -njo s it.
an iniportant re-lation oa and liea. ind. "-' l!il p nd tri froi'*ti S )i;!T :k* x;i'!- .elr'ii T 'illl" ;"T : i- -
on souith.1ern agriculoiure and ila :ifa(- (;lt l s.is ni. ti 'i..llli li ,, l :il: .. .
ture. souili .rin it-alth and clii ate-. 1'-. 'eih ship ,i *. .a l ,e r, ..s ,x p i, i i i ; :
isourheip n waTer powt r. water slip pi- plant -. *nIit ret l;e TIa. i ain:i!f;l ; iand l i.- .
and naviitation: its rapid and. system rt' bri~r inil a i toi pric,, ltin 'ih '\ \ j 1. a li ii- Iiii ,ii- '.'-I .i : lii *
atic destruction m eit-ans the ullin a ;t ';il" -->rm 1 is I ni;n,.n. 1r ,. \" W h H i,,s,. .i- 'ra- *,
turning into a barren and ,es rt Kilatrick. of ripl *'*. i m;.:i ni his isp. h.. hiv i,. .,di il
waste of our pre-sent fair and pros- 'lry x'' ll n t syrup a, ,., '1ts a ?ta"nc" o" thi. ;ow ,I -in' ;,tn t
perolis southland. gallon. Thenm. 'lVrh, i- no L,; L i" !i-0 *
Because the south was ignorant of. -,r. VarrI snlith lost 0is barn 1, sp.." lh.s-w hl> h,' rir,, h' mixes
or indifferent to. these things. our as- t ; f 'w lay. >inc,'. :;in I t )llt hoaE.tt, nn: itciol. in his. itk.
sociation came into being two years $,ll '-11n artl noit ,t anut -i' Th.-v lik, *
ago: that present conditions imply a NWS ,,. lthA WO tr9.lh \ "Tihet y '" =
better understanding is a sign of hope CALVARY t) seet il ol hr f-liow rippi.- up h- 9
that our efforts are in part rewarie-l. .SI+Cia] ('or. Oala- Han iack." W\\hy was it su but iluch. remains to be done. for we I Exld JordO an o: i i w .Possible ia ol r,. ;,ntil
haxe not vet won our fishr for theAp- !-r. E'ld Jordan of wi- ilt ili wa t"h- rl Finle-y to co-, res.s ai.t .
pala'hian National Forest, nor has olr o tltrg las'tr WI k .r Ho-aio i lli...--. a. ...h a; i.asI .
Mr \lpritr Mot-rri.-I .,,.1'a -- ls-.,; -- - - -

much substantial progress been made
in our work for state forests and for
the doing of thie satte duty in forest
conservat iot
There remains, therefor-, a field-
an urgent dlemanld-for a work tiha

CLmI uronc'I I.. h e d-surib~el ,as.a tii-

. . .. .. .. ... .__k II Lk.. ..- 1-. .- I-- - --
i ... it- ,o O:cia ha l more than tional anid patriotic dliry." and ihiis
et*.. v:t.. I th, amount ti,-cessary to involves a continued educational cani-
.. Ilk' ... i*uri' appropriation of paign in which the forest facts an.i
0, ,, :l ing ntie(-s-ary changes conditions and the south's concern ill
sIo 6, *. al., tih Sc pd*t .. .. *,'int: ca.paicit%. and it was fully set, forth u til ;the south fully
ao-o-dtmt whe'ti. il'x work was satis- awaken- from her indifference. anli
f1t tsev I .'-, thL ch.airnian aandI see- ACTS.
r a r I,|, t Ijaw Ia county warrant in Thus keeping faith., i; is proposed
ta S*I in i taor of W. C. Blanchanr. to contribute to all the leailing soiuth-
tlw aotitacu-tot T he sutierintendlent ,,1 pap ITlber repK'rtel that the work was a part of a for-es' dieartnme n :, b.-
pIrgir sing and that recitation seats nmaintaitned as a future feature. o this
had be ordered to seat the recita- pajperi. carrying reliable forest news.
ge fomes of the building. Also that pracTice. happentiinzs and nee.is, co\-
he hbd placed orders for ten pieces ering no' only thu nai' ona anl .-ta;i
9f blackhoard. twenty primary charts. forces; work in our own couniTr. bli'
4we ty4ve* pint and twent%-five quart ;,tllini w\ha- other nations are doin4,
amis of bllackboard slating. andl twen- in the c-'a, work of fores- perpeuia-
t- ear ,lsk- to be maie by E E 110ion. not ,iry staTi,-tics. but lixe news~
( t'..,t, tl (" Cala of a live, topic. for thte forces' is a lii-
te i.- ",om l thl,' T-tusueet.s of 'il in. 'bhinia
-ck *'ewtd Mc 'ho'l ,ia1 i: consider 1 it t the work tha" -he Ocala Ian-
sMb ow *of .* r satisfactory condition nlr 'ilad!y eniorses and -gives space
d th t Ml ,'o wer' hax\ing. their 'o l: is or-k Tha' niu-: continue if
te i h t' ; C \ o >o:;>e't. should be the tai,. sou!ih is to endure' it is work
pei . *** mont!' h trou 'their district I hai n v. is t andl calls fo" all The
"**'* 1 h. .sanm' a- granted. soI'h's de- \oionl ain, energy and pro-
S ,, *.- t' *:' 'he- .-:tpertisor of vit-ion I: should enlist the potent
thl. !, .- .,Ie I oi a blackboard arm ot i\e- hbeliver in. or worke:-
a-t i . : as g nTinte to: t'e s. outh.
Th. .-*.. .ttii n of li.-- I:-ent ilier The, Han!tri stanl "';leig, I to the
a* t-,h,' t O!i' FW>rit ViC0'o school for's,' catus
Sam r : *'1 an.: aicept'I il. an.i hI.
ue'r4 ..t& i ,'' tepore.',r tha" h.' had CAPTAIN BUTT'S MESSAGE
a 1*the .* c-hei te-iicaed for the Iplat e.
A .* w.\:tA- !t'4't"0,1 'd troIm \W I.. (apta;n Butt ,i;dnft mean to. but
,a,* i xs or of the Lakeside hi s-toodi letwe-n Presi(dent Taft and
INAto* *.-hI, to-e' de-ks. and it was a loilel winnerr at San Antonio. The
'd ix at ih"% 1'e seen'. and their leople there wired the president ask-
0%t b-'t t paii b\ the school., ing if they could set a fine banquet

. .- .n. I .., r 1,1 ,1t,"11 ; 1 F Il;l 'i s Ifm)1 T-
ne-t s %isitor in aitrer last w 'iek. t\:
Maste-r Ernest \Vallac..e has been' LTiiiii e xW.' l..II S. ,tI hi h;i
suffering from a scratch on his face. h as the. fragrtin<--. "f t .ht-, s Th. l::i l-
M rs. A. S. . \ allac-, made tiwo ilIiIl<-nts of l,,-I:'. ,oii t l *- 1t l '", 2eI i'n
trips to Ocala last w.-k to) constIl! a a po!iiic:al coallai", Tpi.--. rating
.-octor abor' little ErtiE set'ss f: '. rsft-.- to ; ak- root ill .nl-ino rati,. soil.
which h1, a1ccid--ri'ally scra'ntch-h.I. 1M:. Frank (Clark is forcful- in ,ipi-
ea .iIg an ugly sore. r.,.i-t. -ien in sarire-. qui-.k in r-par-
Mr. .1. \V. Morrison and son made tee. knows tihe for-ce of ginger mnd is
a bhusine-s trip to th.- Brick Ci-y Sat- a proft-s-ional int rhe ,s,. if th- "pep-
urday. pter box."
Mrs. .1. W\. Morrison and chii;'ir-n Whe-n hoe ji.,.. u1 thos \",apon.,;,. in
calle. on their friends in Shady Siun- ,uir opinion. i- uip.. u1) 'hat which
lay afte-rnoon. The. were the. m I'. has ,ii! en Ihi hii rpp'oanion. and hh
of Mr. an, M1rs Carl Buhl will rak. hits i-lac,- ii the ranks of
Miss Mazagi- M11rrrison n'c.i.d a Th oriiinar'
ini e el-a'.- of Sa-iutu; oranglIlg s l a- s Franik ('lark i-- too aec.omrplish,d a
SatuI -!ay politician ;o takl< rth, Tribtint.-- ad-
('ai,, gr!i .ii .i.d w.ilt soi,, ii,, h: -ire vlce.
and w.- will all enjox the-.
M:'. R. iteuon Re,''iint ma-le M .I. S;.. of Ohi-'. ('1 v of To!edi.
WV. Mo-risoii a Iui ines. tall last wek. L s C'oIun'y--s.
M.\r and iMrs.G (-o;.or Buhil of Shady -. is .-nikor par' tnr f titak,-, ran of F.
are r,joiin': oxv,'- a fitle h )abyy irl I. VCh'h ney & Co. doinz ullsinfss in the
BLU.'E BIRD *i'v. of Toleo. Couin'y and stare afore-.
said. and that sail firni will pay the
The Tribune and Hook Worms num )if ONE HIUNDRED DOLLARS
T ,e Tadfor ~o-ch at, e-ve-.ry case- of catarr-h
No o-:- ieI' -ai thi Tampa T ri- Ithat c'anno t h #cur! l "l' e 1 lo a- arr of
n!1- or i's edi'- hal the Iook Hall's Caararh ('! r.
vornmsl- so what a:re th-v getin sol FRANK .J CHENEY.
angry and xcirti,-l abot-, Bu; ih,-h Swori n 'o before ni al d subs(rihed
nBi n i ipres -nce. this ith ,lay of D e-
niuss no- in1i alnkylo.'oiiass is an con' l) 'r. A. 1). l
imaginary dis-as,. just because thev |Seal.' A. \V. GLEASON.
havt- not investigated it. \Woul,l like Notrarv Public.
to hear- thei:- opinion as to the cau.-s Hall'- Catarrh ('ur- is rak-n inter-
nail;,- and acts ,tir-ctlv or,i h,, bloo'!
on the !azy. pasty-faced. dull-wvitt,!, and uilcouis surfaces of r- sys,.
dir.-t.ati. z chiltir,,,-i of sotie of tlhe ro. Send for testimonials fro-,,
ral districts. and if tht opinion is con- F. .. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
int-miigzi we will blh0! with theni ani Sol! by drur-ists. 7.,..
with Brutus that "h.m Tak- Hallrs Fanily. Pii:. f,,tr con-
with Bruts that "goo, reasons ittust s':pation. m
perforce give place to better. -an,d
cheerfully accept their version of th,. A movement is. on foo: in Lakeliand
case-Pensacola Journal, to ,-recr a tablet to th., memory of
Abraham Go,!win Munn. -th- founder
Col. Ni Bar co. ,he Crystal River of the city. who died r.,cenlv at his
utnie:-. is an Ocala visitor. home in Kentuckyv


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We do not handle the his:h st-pri:ce ine

of Ready-Made CIcthcs in 0ain.

but we

do handle the ":-'

that is

Made Up As Good As

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O u r r k o !- -'n)th 'z '- -1, r' '. '
this season..

FOR MENrV e Za "re, 'h A, I
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very newest designs :of 'abr; C)C.- c .- .-

$10.00, $13.00 and $15.00 the Sut

TROUSERS Made up .
si d, "J=r' .J-e .
are the wearing knd. e. W., .

51.98 to S4.30

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get c'cthes ,tr b -o s eha :.. .:.
solved the prcob.en **-,. ar.i -.
Suit tcr b.-v ::- ):n 4 !o 1 7 yea 'd

For $1.25 to 7.,

Boys' Pantm it: i-. :'- K .-

25 cents to 52.(s

These garner. v c-
snap to them; they .c '
Try uLS when 'uir b.. .:c,




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M-. ind 1 Mrs. ;Pat Ranifall w.-r- in
f:o!!i ih- :!- b- .,eIarifull homrn on h, ,01-
lIwaita ir,. Tuesday. Mr. Randall
o-<. a ..ry finep rove, and as it i.
Ir-.;' '-. ** i t has not siiffe-red so
,'; fro h- e-ft..-r of Tith drouth
i -)n orh.n.s. an- he i- antici[.at-
in- good! -'r Irus ior his cr)-p. He.
sells rhl-m Iii'-c ly I off the- trr-.- ro the

M, -r.I. .i,)h D. Rob.er-sor. \Vilia.tti
H .k,.:. antr,! E- wardi Turk,-r rt-'u!i.-.l
fromi tr.- \irhacooel riv, :- ,. ion
T ,c sda, noon exhibiting f.,ir tin.-
xill :urker-s. [t is s.ai,i rhat \ili T :I -
'y '" i thI e r i -atr. ;h : .'e i.- ilr Ol
c-anr )prove it by uis. It has jitst le-.n
ft xy-thr -ee -a -n'.- ,
t'o wi!d turkey.

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Iii't l.!A lt,. can! iLVakI a mlost con!1- jCLERK-CARRIER EXAMINATION i '''2' 1 a41.. !I2 on1 'ho Ith, ?.4 of 444 44kk~ an- 3l !2.nw'ai.''2;-'4
6b'' '.q 1: \ 2t1g tie' says that it is jus" e ':~r A. D1. l:11`9 .Mr. L*4'- Dun-' X\44fliji2-4 &hri_:m12 n 22''J'
ITI !Z' ~72' h'w '' The land and 1hel -tit 1-Il "t a: e! ice41 (-an' Azi(4 4444f \l I iss Car'ie 11;a1l werfe m~ade? 012 ion .2.0'4 .
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;n Ocala (in Novornibor 2-.T!,. !")7 tIi.' (It' NIF Pt!:. ('10s', r4) whert 2h* 4.!"4't '11. 1:101)4' s~ali:1 hI. 4t)4 k '! 2.
4 H F oig' 'Pt hI` po, izur ;' itio11 (of clerk, and car' icr il1 'i pt'~ r.4athe2' 14 whu i12i!-f. Theml in : .'214e 44 I' l1!42i2- 24 :t'':I
and i. 824 hc will e2't'ct lairgt'. l'n'srffi(c9 srN t ilit, hol% ts.j-'s t, of !1:a'I'-inlOIlv. The-an 31141 ;n re:.1 t~44.o= t 4~ 'l .
..I2 1\ v' k olumnns which will gr'ea#- Tlh, ,x\.,m4itilttioil will o'ni~ f 11. frwend~z of !ho'n'~ wedded o1l(iI.r )h14t'' I'~~ 4.
4 av32 0 itt a p1 4Earflhict4. Nr ('has. t- .t i4 f snellin g. arit hrn44'ie con:- 3 2 er '2!f' ~ z'2 raTu:lat i-m C0Il], ((*,)11' ..2' ....:~ '44~4 =444
S *;t~ 1:4. ako'n down 1"S ~tI 21C 'id v%1 21'n-, 7212 1'iani hiii. cop44 1112 frun: ully an.1 Prl FR I FN- ) ~1:1ohndic '1rm71k-
"Ig 'o haiv. copintl- irlz't ad. 114 'p v ojl Vtiite' -STa-t's 4402ah.:'R-ft' 2',Tx: 44
'A1 .11,4' 1 uldt-n his. piazza an'! pa\, -t3241 2 z addrt-stvs. BOOH ER-TAYLOR -*.4 V.. V!24=
:, I. 1ak Il2 front (if hizs reszid%..ncc 121 n pli at ion~ blaiiK.1 flS.ins ''14 a' 0,44 2 1 4'.22 4'4 ~, *' 2 1
V* %V;t'4 r Y44nke has alroaA"y fl3tit 20 21'11-licarns. dlti; furlh'I '2 2fot'fl13 Mr. Frank Boo'h'- I' 221X!.' an 44 '4 2 1''1 22 a22i 44!1..
r 2, a'r.'. T it) his buildingP 2111 l'2 appllication2 shouIld bt, lfadp T(_ Ta-, lo-' w44...... q'i'l;.- a:'"I .',. 7P :1 21W '.!' "
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The U-tter Side
NMO** to human mature,
te true and moble part
T aoly see the better side
And scts from bead to heart;
stat m s all base deception.
Tel the unmerlog defense,
Ad swear by bope and Heaven
Im thw tresdotp of its friends.
i a ra my of sunshine
On Uthe darkest kin& of day,
Am Wts from out life's shadow
dew fellow on the way;
TaIt enas all base deception,
Tet the under-dog defends.
And swears by hope and Heaven
la the friendship of its friends.

Sisorn Ye Not the Signs of the
vetn to the most superficial ob-
server it must be apparent that the
prewmmt crusade against the liquor
traWk i rooted in an awakened pub-
hr ronl-i-nce. which, cannot be ap-
ppaswd until this great moral issue is

a k1rmlgt to trial in every stale of th(

The. tide of prohibition is rolling
arrams the continent.
Maine. Kansas. Oklahoma, Georgia
Teinestse. Alaabma. Mississippi
North Carolina--one by one the states
whirh have refused to compromise
with intemperance and have adopted
state-wide prohibition are falling into
Maho The white banners are thicken-

Thus the liquor traffic, first in one
erm and then another, continues to
rweve the brand of outlawry and os-
Dhscern ye not the isgns of the
thawi'- Atlanta New^
* *
tew One Physician Fights the Drink
Ldi ag physicians in every section
f the country are adding the weight
ef their influence in the advancement
at the temperance reform. Here is
the way one well known physician of
Nvw York City. Dr. Frederick Peter-
m. tak.s to spread the truth, about
Ut drink curse among his own lpa-
tits (On every prescription blank
b *sed from his office Dr. Peterson
has the following printed in conspic-
rnso type.
SAlIc hol is a poison.
"It is claimed by some that alcohol
i a fomd If so. it is a poisoned food.
S**Th- laily regular use of alcohol.
eveni in moderation, often leads to
orhamic alcoholism.
"One- is poisoned less rapidly by
the use ;f 1lfer than by drinking wine.
gft .brand} and whiskey.
"Aklobol is one of the most com-
am reauw- of insanity, epilepsy. par-
saly~s. *il-ases of the liver and stom-
af. dropsy and tuberculosis.
"A fatt'-r or mother who drinks poi-
sas tbh children born to them. so
that many die in infancy. while oth-
on grow up as idiots and epileptics."

-I Itlieve that there are at least
SW- places in Chicago where liquor
Is smed without a license, and that
there are more blind pigs in Chicago
tles than there are in Kansas andti
Mater combined." are the words of
tbe sprentary of the Chicago Law and
Oun*e league. March. 1;:, 19!9..

Pmrenal Liberty Endangered
SBr .trs will kindly note another
stab at personal liberty." that sacred.
basruaalek thing, to preserve which
the tirtuous devotees of the vat and
the spigot are so much concerned. As-
eariatet Press dispatches relate a re-
evat court decision b) Judge Ivory G.
Kimball of Washington, D. C.. prohib-
Itiug piano playing in that ci:y after
midniht "It will not tb tolerated.
Ans house where music is kept up
lat at night is a disorder% house.
W' cannot live it: a city like this. all
rust.lled together. unless e\ erybody
hms ain.' consideration ft.r the rights
of ohb.,rs." said .udge Kimball But
cant a man play his own piano when
nhe ant- to" Didn't his mnonev buy
it' hInt this a free country ? It is
the old ;roposition-your liberty mniust
* t ..rfre with the liberty, com-
tort. atil rights of others Tha. s the
trouble' ith the personall liler:.y'"
4r ,f 'he' liquor c-owd.

IPt Fr,'.. rick A Cook v'ore' a
wrreath of roses during his ; iumphal
rt tr in to New York l'arbor The
-ount B| trkl'n woin '.:i who present-
ed him a wi'h it meant well enough.
bit. .trititly speaking. thie :ose' wreath
is mot triumphal in significance Ro-
man gentlemen used to wear i onl>
m (onuniial occasions It wae- a de-

Trmndar.: of the original vwoolen fillet.
tied tightly around the' head. with a
vtew to inltigating the effects of in-
toStcation As luxury g-ew. nmere
wm seienti pal't.I and all sor of
ao erm. which had the reputation of

HUNTING THE LAZY WORM "We are in hopes that when our I

A scientific explanation of that tir- some definite plan of work will be
ed feeling is forthcoming at las:, and formulated for our guidance, and DEPARIrT'MENT
the explanation has excited a great that we can then go to work system- -
Satically and with enth-usiasm; hop- ,,,t ty Mrs air rE nd Mio. .t''re., to
deal of interest. ing, praying and believing that God rhitm t.. l c,ittihute,ni. sn idi. le a1.(feP.-X, .,
For quite a number of years we will direct us and give us victory.
have noticed on the part of certain "In the meantime, I will offer a few The regular meeting of the club
members of every community, not suggestions for your consideration. Friday was very interesting. Several
only here in the south, but through-. "1. Talk the subject in the home, reports were made and many things
out the country, a constitutional re- and get the voters of the family to of interest were discussed, anti the
pugnance toward work. Their ver- discuss the question with the men of meeting was a most profitable one.
sion of the national anthem was our precinct. and by friendly argu- Five new members were added to the
"Please go 'way and let me sleep.-"ment try to convince any voters who club's membership. Mrs. C. I.. Bit-!
It has affected all grades and ranks.; may be halting between two opin- ingr was appointed de ate to the
Even men of native ability have been, ions: also look after registration and annual meeting, which convenes iu
infected by it. You would find one of payment of poll taxes. Palarka on the 17. 1', and 19 of No-
them giving the Almighty- "2. Much good can be lone. by)v em r. Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk. stata
holding mass meetings, with able .i waterways ommi
Advice which he deemed of great' a chairman 1of the waterways comnail-
worth ,speakers to address them. presentingg:, and MI'. E. H. Mlot will also a'.
His wife took in sewing the question from moral and economn-
His wife took in sewing I it, nd- the ,.eting.
To keep things a-going lic standpoints. S *
While he superintended the earth., j ":. By the distribution of suitable
In the humbler ranks. where there literature, not only to the voters of! Tht annual meetiinu cf tht. Florida
In the humbler ranks where there t iu.'t to those of cther Fl,'b';i. of oWomans Cl (ib will be
was no visible means of support, the nd
precincts where there is no W. C. T. hdlit, a 'alatka onI ti 17th. l',h and
law has occasionally intervened, anld animation to loo atr their : of Noemer. Mrs. Shacklford
with the refinement of cruelty corn- -l ", Taj'ia-ha.,s-. ww ho i president ()
pulled these people to go to the rock MRS. -. S IPHAM. th,. organization. wilih Mrs. (avy of Pa-
pile. Press Correspondent. latka. and M\irs. (Crosiyv of San Mla-
Over in Africa the tse tse fly is to. ila, scur'.d th, s said to be responsible for the sleep- ,al h,.ti.rrs of u;., ald most in-
ing sickness, but in this country we FLORIDA CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR ti i. ticipated. rs.
are unable to account for it. NEWS ,(;ill. hairrnan of education in thr
But it has all been made clear now. lneral Flederation, will ogit. an ad-
It's the hook worm. After a;tenuding the Bradentown
Now, the hook worm, with a fishing convention. October 24-26. Dr. Silley. o n. Dr.The Economic Status of ormer
rod at the end, has undoubtedly been citizenship superintendent, made anore or i-
responsible for a great deal of this address at St. Petersburg, annd aoth- 'itr%. of torear'. at ('orntrl 'ni-
distaste for work. The inviting bank er in West Tampa. his theme being tions in Floria. iss Clay of Ken-
of a stream on a warm summer day travels in Mexico, with thrilling inci- ucky will speak o "' civill Servic
was well calculated to make any man dents. When in St. Petersburg Dr. Reform. and Miss Row(. also of Ken.
-rest and loaf his soul." In fact. whole j Silley was a guest of Rev. McLean andl ill discus kind4rart.n work.
organizations have been formed to;Rev. Hoyt. In West Tampa head- nikolg thi Florida scuss inr ht wll ork.
keep one another in countenance, quarters were with Rev. F. P. Ens-r,,1ad ates r, n, atlre..,e are 4
and a sort of bond of mutual protec- singer anti family. 4 oi n Hrris e
tion. while this particular hook worm. The Presblyterianti society at St. !,.-- 1. M, Fan.k Jennings of Jack-
speared on the hook and dangling in tersburg has its officially printed top- snl an Mrs. Louis n n I!ii of 4
the stream, wrought its hypnotic influ- ic cards. Besides the leaders names Ocala.
eanc. for six months the cards give lists of 4
The scientists inform us that this society officers and committees. and' * P
is a different sort of hook worm from the following: "Our object-to pro- Plans are being ma(de for tit' pr,-
the one they have discovered in the mote an earnest Christian life among sentation of a burlesque (in the Peary
people of the south. There are tel, our members: to increase their mu- and Cook polar discoveries. The play;
thousand victims in Georgia. If we' tual acquaintances; and to make them will be dranmatized and given by home j
had been asked right quick we would more useful in the service of God." talent. under the nianae-'tenit of the'
htrp s ir that th ,iier.nh. w-A r r-. All thing- are ready for the conven- \Wonlan's Club.

et than that. tion in Orlindlo Novembe7r 5-7T. and
Just as the excitement was begin- progranis wvre, printed so promptly by
ning to spread. after the discovery of Orlando press men. that they could
the real nature of the disease. Mr. Ie' up to time and get distributed syv-
Rockefeller came forward to pour oil eral days in advance.
on the troubled waters. Cordial lt :ters have just been re-
He has promised to give a million ceived frni .Miss Elizabeth Hall. se-c-
dollars to the cause of exterminating retary of the Quebec 'Union. and Mr.
the disease., H. E. Kondall of ti'.,' Ne.w Hampshire
We do not desire to be flippant on official force..
the subject of the hook worm. al-, \e are flaad to note the return of
though we must insist that it is hard- Re\. ('. iI. Ferran to Florida to the
ly responsible for all the antipathy to lpa:.torate of the Presbyterian church
energetic effort wblch is found here 'in DeLan,. The Ferrans are a stur-
and there in every section of the dy Endeavor family and very useful
eountrn- W.,, a e ,.i ..-.n o,. iin our work.

say. in fact, that there is no more of
this indisposition here In the south
than there is elsewhere. But so far
as the real disease and the real hook
worm is concerned, we are very grate-
ful to Mr. Rockefeler.
The million dollars, properly dis-
tributed. may do a great deal of
good. It will circulate and percolate
-through professional and business
channels and in that way at least will
stimulate industry and activity-in
spite of the hook worm.
So. going or coming, the evil is
bound to be eradicated.
We are thankful for the million'-
Atlanta Journal.

The regular meeting of the union
was held at Weirsdale Pr stuvterinn

The Lakl- and Sumter convention
convenes in Eustis. November 10-11.
The time between that and the Or-
lando convention we hope to enjoy
with loyal comrades at Winter Park.
Tampa City Union workers are en-
joying and helping make successful
the evangelistic meetings now being
held twice a day in an immense tent.
State President Winnard is especially
active in the revival.
Gilmore Endeavorers and those of
Magdalene had Hallowe'en socials.
and a great deal of fun.
The Interlachen leaders have post-
,poned the convention for northeastern
and north central districts one weey.
that is, till December 11-1:. in order
tha tthe secretary may return homni
In time to plan the program.
The campaign plan from Boston for

church on Thursday afternoon. The 1911 is being brought up prominently
president. Mrs. Lawrence Jones. pro- in the fall conventions. both in Flor-
sided ida and in many other states and prov-
The subject of the day was "Tem-,inces.
perance Instruction." GRACE A. TOWNSEND.
The duties of officers was read 1v;
Mrs. Buckley. i JERRY BURNETT,
Mrs. J. F. Sigman presented the
duties of Sunday school superitend-C
e, following oMercAiant Tailoring
The following committee on litera- OCALA, FLA.



appointed: Mrs. Edwin New-'
T. B. Snook. Mrs. F. sig- Finest Imported and Domes.
Mrs. V. P. Kelsy. tic l\
ttic cohes

I: was voted to hold an ettertain-
n,,nt at the church on No'ember 1,.
with supper at ;1 p. !.


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Both health bills before thel- l'g-isla-
turt \vert, woni One provided for the
state owtnrship of thit sanitarium at
Narcoosie. and rehabilitating and
adding new lil'ings ito Ithe ai..;
and the other asked that conisulnliption
be plac'tl anmoin ('Oninl ;iic'alole dis-
eases. thus nlaKiIltn "1 pitssihIe tfor
!nllO e'. s.et a-ide, tor thi 1 purplt0s"' to)
he I.secd in the gt great uriti-tut-)c'('il:sis
fight. The Woman' ( lubl)s dii ali-
ant work fort these bills and tlt-l I hat
much has been gained.

Woman's Exchange Organized
The Woman's Club has organized a'
Woman's Exchange. which will till a'
long-felt want in Ocala. This ex-
change will be in charge of a special
committee of the club, of which Miss
Annie Davis will be the chairman.
The fancy articles, stamping material.
ttc., and any kind of fancy cooking,
will be on sale at the club rooms ev-
ery Friday afternoon. There will also'
be provision made for the taking of
orders for either fancy work or cook-
ing. Any persons or society wishing
to put any articles on sale are invited
to do so. There will be no charge for
entering goods. Our the club will
charge a small per cenr. commission.
This is a splendid opportunity for the
ladies of Ocala, both to sell and z to
buy beautiful fancy work.
* *
Slaughter of the Innocents
The Duchess of Roxburah',. fornier-
ly May Goelt, of New York. has a li ha

,decorated with 2u,, ct ;'

fe*at hl r

The hat was bought itn Lon:,ni f,'w-

These featlhers are tfounii in lilnu:
quality on morli.r i"roIns on tie, ntit.
and the thoughtls.s cruelly of wvuiain
practically mnl -al l t!he. xitiictioll ,O f
one of the pritt-it.st of all tIirds.
The dc'aler who sol,l tI. Roxburaht
hat said that it made him ashamndt to
think that hi>s a t.-s of r e'-. ne'anr
the de~'aih of manT\ tho)lIanIIS of

o- ,in n,. u i r di sI i I r. t:" tn.at
On account oft expecting to bec ah- __ _ J. he hd to s .ll ti'.fr( b to i'
sent for the winter. Mrs. E. S. l'phani and to keep in bu-in s
resigned as press correspondent: and c 'R an f A A eoin ar (t.e(ri 'h iein ',.-
Nlis- Lottie Black was appointed. !er hearted. still 'hllv a re. harht, i
The following paper was read bl y their hardnss whe: i* (',ri rt i -
the president. Mrs. Lawrence Jones: ions.
* There is nev:e a :hoiu -hr of t*I.'
What Practical Work Can We DC mother bird dead beside thi,. nfT.r and,
This Year to Aid in the Coming FU NJ E R A L fashion now decre-- that hats sLhi'l [I.
Campaign? covered with r,-.:s.--Exchanz,
"In November. 191". the citizens (of TD IT EPCoP * *
the state will have an opportunity toj L/A LTO
. "'John D. Rockefelhrs ift of $1.-
say at the polls whether Florida shal: i I ----" | .J for th. eraock(lleri n of 1. hook
have state-wide prohibition by con-I Have a full stock of Coffins Casket !worm in Dixie is onaeion of best char-
stitutional amendment, or remain as and Burial Outfits. Special given .t ities I have read of in r becnt year."
she is now-the dumping ground of Burial services. "tses I rave read of in rcent years.
other states. The men. as you know. Embalmn to Ore the sanitary Repaz- Notin of Macon this
will cast the votes, but it has been r the sanitary department of lacon this
said that "woman is the power be- !morning. after he had made a study
hind the thronno. ie r.... .... .m .. 'of the stran-e disease.


/ IIs to make this instltutio a material
oenefit to the commlunitt, anil as &d
vantage to 'very ma- and woms- '*
/ I u ,in particulaS
/I W/ I r offer verv facI' iy a-.
* .- ith oDAeArvAtive" hlukllg I I.
:. I; I si ,o ac=c1m f r tq l* *-p
=== = = W e Invite == :. Vo).- *' :* **
..list of ntaisfied c '.omo?"


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tilize Citrus Trees in the Fall.

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Please you. Otherwise, it iN t lo
i you nothing!

nest to -n l N S n th- c f .
t will t. It
rnich. mt. )th and t,.x ,'
'-mrfcu-'n 'e the ..w. a -T .
rettrn-ed i 1 t't it#.: I'.
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Undertantnoien or,! ..-tt .
qik'%t to ~nd t 'a the- ..w. ,.,
We ,)n't cono.,.|r the -.,*- r,..
thn w e mke-p the )th..... .-

830 to 040 West es aw ur
r=anch also at New Orlean. La.. Buffalo. V Menht. r., .. .
Send order to near't Rianch. CApit: t ..
rueI Address your letter to Dept.L and rce lean 0oll 1.",


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()ur splentil u,.v -tork i ..\v .1 r.
Sputblic to 'ill ani'l ift't),.tr :' "h'n.. ,- i-
will comuLare with ,;ir i.t.. I,. l.ti t
I )ft ,ours w \-'. C ittil n it !) ..-1 n) ta ,t-i ti .ri tr. ,
bult we woutll ';tli et ,: r ;irt..titi, ni ", t t.. t,
* gt)ods andl priP s--)t',.. iti prope,.rtni

Wilton Seamless Art Squares--All in Jute Art Squa
the latest designs, all sizes. $40 to Cotton and T
$50. 20
Axminister Art Squares--n many Ten W,-e
pretty designs. $20 to $35. Squareg---S
Wool Fibre and Fibre Art Squares- All Wool c
Only $12. Squares--.a
Imperial Smyrna Art Squares-$22 to Japanese Mat
$45. (We are Ocala agents foe Small Rugs to
these goods).

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China Dinner Sets, $10.00 to $125.00. Tc,
S:ts, $4.03 to $25.00. Big ine of China n P
Dn nt OSfet sdri r.n.,
Dinner Sets n all of the Latest Pattern,

We have just added 5000 feet of floor pa,.
than ever prepared to display our beautiful line )f F r .i A
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o)NF. rw)[.I.Alt YARV

Local and Personal.

MIr- A. F. Dreka has gone to Tam-
isa to, \ i-it relatives for a short while.
W1i Carn was receiving the congrat-
uladitot. of his friends all day yester-
Tlih. tala fertilizer factory is going
* 1, a4 k with an evident purpose to
W :l) tlloCCes*.
l' <'hfarl- Rheinamer has -,civ.
Sti .,z Blk ck car, and ve v n ,ii.'r. tand
*P E\varls o Pn1
-, r ,i 'i- k .

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Judge Bell returned home
from a hunt, and brought v
splendid dleer.
The friends of Mrs. Laur
will be delighted to know th
very much improved vetste
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Mills
ine in the arrival of a fin
was horn Saturday aft'rno
o'clock. Mothe-r an.! chill
M;Jo TaJljn. n *' ow
,\iI'l).'iny -'lhb~'ib rs. \\;as ,

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.,.l- .i-. d \\ r h Il ls f'I"-i i:s''f *i't1
., .,;, ! I! %%.15 !ii 'itoNd ;.< % ,
4.. ti .inI th sal-s w ill i .
.oi. ..: 1.n is Rend '
F. i.,. it i t. o il h' liir d l .a ;ly *i. F

', \F '- te tl'oie* I,'a\ ii: '1 .
M1 F \ in\ he a <>t:. It' * .t,, .FF I 4. I.12. i fi. L1 lI' i t<
FF F .' w man and 9' '
.' ", .1 1111 110 a l i.* F' ,v 1 1 lF Fj
.,, F i i.'- off j hi lItre'' i h ', h.', '.a'
a* Id '1- In F for $. 7 .*4
\i iitin Mathiliw%- w\%as a visitor oni
\\ ,'., -Id.:\ and repori'ed a very tine
, 9 I i h .s h t.''u.ion It has put a differ-
.,1 a.%jw, on the face of things and
he, plpl' there,. like Claude L'Engle.
;a* -full of hole and courage."
Mi and Mrs. Oscar 'M. Gale and
tamil% of Belle'iew were among the
iat of town visitors in the city on
W\Vedneday. Mr. Gale is a former
tk-ala citizen, and his friends here
%,v" always glad to see him in town.

\1, F Sampson. now of Quincy.
tlotm'ily of Hoar.Iman. is a guest at
ti.- t-ikala tHouse Hlie still owns his
-Il'ild orange gl'OVe oni Orange'
l.ak. and this year we understand
h:;% a d :otA crop.

I elint S4.It. k* i :l i t o r .

I.h 1t~t lar\ 1Ic(a Ii'tIt s

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.lu.lge I ullocvk' a ,nd St!.F V "o iF.: ,. 1.*- a; i!'i\ O ol ti, ( ..rixI so. w; a .i r lin.t, .;ir ,.ss1 tlln hn T FrOn r *,. ,Fr th, :. F . :
-. \\. lhavis 4wt-lt hio\vwln i ri, 4 a" y ito in NeFw Yorkik 'i v i p, rolte it.- tF iitii' : i;:.li,,- '. :;ih.i ,1i.' n '- ...
rotks" on Cr .s'al Ri ler S4t' uri;y ,'1 ; MAVr Ile.d, r r. T!he n'.' .: "t> ni iiot jo fUI- l.Fr (co)ii< r':!in ,!, of ;il!;, p Fr: -* : *l'. i .r: 1 '. *
enjoy sv, ral datll ts inii .t1!: I i !''i yo l't.i couple was announced iil..,. and pion y 'o <;,gi, \\.>r i'.- is Ll'. *' -. F ;,i
ing They eOpeCt 10 teiasi on E iUi' Suilnla'os Herald. but th, wedding to follow( wh.'n thil woii'n l 1 f h,'' ;ir!,n *L 'h ri F*.-i'1
fish andl oysters, and have .1 uood tuine w .s nznot to have \ aken place until church _'-t. a .-cl 'ear-r vision of 'h. t- rook.r :in,1 \M -- 1 F
sailing ooer the billows of thil' utt it:, next ear. However, Mr. L.eioror ant, world's iioee.ts. anld come- o realizeI "T'rT'on and i ,1,t i "'
Mr. Davis's staunch little lariuci:. is Ottensosser took matters into their responsibili:x to 'hose less for- I'oblnan Ti'w' * i,] i. .,. '
their own hands. slippe.l away to tiunate themselves. *of! it '\i Hf '
Quite a number attended the Farm- Bridgeport. Conn.. and were married., The next neetingi w ill he- hliF oi>n 'i' hur,'ih
ers U'nion Saturday. Legislator Light They were accompanied by Miss Mar-. Ti.uesday, November :r.I. at 'he hone, Thi- ,../ :"!,. ;r'l,, ,, F .
was among those who attended. Mr. arep' Rheinauer. ,daughter of Mr anti of M.1rs. D. W. Tompkins. I.e. .very nmI w;is i;-. ras.il ;,. '
Light will again make the race for Mrs Maurice Rheinauer. formerly of member be present. prepared on chao-f I* riar;ta~,' Th- r..n'. I . 9F.
the legislature but he does not yet this city. .Ter 11. All d-siring 'o join ar, al-o d,.t w lt'. r .irl . *
know who he will measure lances The bridle is quite youthful. She is invited,. -r. prI '. al'*.: :FFr h *..
with. He does not think that it will the only daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. L. i The brid* ". .. ,, .. *"f
be any of those who opposed him be- Ottensosser, forfetrly of this city.I Mr. .John T. Lewis was in the city coat su' of blue wi'h bat *o rna'',b
fore. .and is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vednesday. He has traveled over and carried pink chrysanthemmme
Peyser. the entire state, and, rubs up against After the ceremony dellctous *
It is said that at least 2ut.'til' chil-I When the Ottensosser family left The "public pulse" about as much as froshme.nta were served. ..1l **':r.
dren die annually in the United States Ocala a few years ago for New York anyone in it, and it is his opinion amid, showe-r< of ,,i-str h. ,' i
from preventable diseases. Two hun- Miss Beatrix was quite a child, andi that the tizhrt for U'nitel States sena- .r:4 ': dred thousand: What an army: Four the news of her marriage will be a lor lies between Senator Taliaf-r) ;,, \
millions in twenty years' How these surprise to her friends. I.nl ex-Governor Broward. He -a.i s h., *A -,. r -
children would add to our industrial When 'he bride and groom returned,That both Mr Blount andt .1lid:e "',,i ,. ,F -"
life if they were permi'ted to roundl home they were given a large recep- RFe-ves will ,t a veV-y good ot., a~ l -,. .:, ,.,
ou' the biblical limit. But science i ltion by the brile"', parents., i-s recall in wve' Florida. but 'ha'
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'". ':r.he aiL.s wis We Added a New Line to this Departiment this Seion *,

r olan.i I Tay lor. Miss Pot tr and
., i- ,:,,<.Ck. ":ze IllyT-rs ,-,e join-
e a -s. D;, S. Woo While our stock is not the largest in this section, ei
:. I irs- W. S. Bullock. claim that it is one of the best selected that ever came to this
or-c. priz-, a l(:\ el j .'el
h. x. i w won by Mrs. S, lig-nhan. ard o nW es m
.. 5z.s n b s saimIn. an' t town. We are showing some of the latest weaves inm tbn s
1. ri'z., 'a be r.utiful linen tabmlead S t T
.,. w;o iy .\r Robt that is made in Ladies Suits. The workmanship is excell

-/. '.i o, r ,s,. Rheinaier's ent, while the prices are in reach of all. Only $10.00 to $25.
I, ,." *. ,:::-it was. rod, and was shown .
S,. .,- a'-. The flowers used in Not a Suit in the Line that is not worth is per v.at m-v
a :. i, o re. all re'1 and tid',
a 1 ,. :,.in on di.h on the four ta-j i /l ill t this
i ,hi; d chrsanmm. Our line LADIES' SKIRTS is good this season. They A e
iad a; :ih table were red candies: made to our order in the very latest modes. Prices $$1. to $11.
The lint-ttilla(.-table covers wtretr
over rted and hoe cakes decorateil with -
red cherries. h'c- ('reamn, cake hot /
-- choote mints a, aon i LADIES' LONG COATS are also shown in this department,

at nigh at Weathers entertains th ubi some are as long 53 inches. It will pay you to
%ith him a Mrs. feathers entertains the c ub- I 1 i
n#xt w.ek. look over this line before investing in a coat
-_ Mr. (Gtrge Rentz. who is soon to be-1 i nt
*ie T. Izlar come a permanent citizen of Ocala, is A
at she was here on business. LADIES' S RT WAISTS is one of our PET nesan
'r lay.
DINNER BRIDGE FOR MRS. HIERS take great pride in same. You will find here just what y,
are .ejoic- -- 1
e snm that Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Helvenston) want. WC are Snowing some beautiful net waists a
on aT four, :;ia\e a imos- enjoyable dinner bridge Wl e a s n'l tO /i t, w I
are dine r Tu-sda evening for Mrs. J. B. $1.69 to $4.98. Our Garments are made to fit and we An
i" ', ofali't er si;ohr, Mrsli 1s here to see that they do fit. .. .
tu" tal.'d N, -':.'- F'. :,or the past f';w w t'eks. A;
i '. : :" '1- Ft'," \\'ator:nan of this city. __ _.. ,
.. ,o.,, F: .:.,.,alglywn,:, r Ours is a safe store for you to deal at, because "we \xrt se
4':,",' < F, F's, ti'":; :' "' what we do and do as we advertise.

t;" .:.:; '1 M i.ivtn .r' din-j WE WILL PROVE ANY ASSERTION WE EVER MADE. V .- ViSIT OU1 Sr u ,sS A C .w 1

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ed,. in many casts at inimmense outlay. Thl are goig t) t ht jir ail'.y ., o a- ,.. r ss 4 i i. ,"-i I , ,,,,'L :. ,
bridges and trestles to be bull, s. on' oralw.e ., .--hut i k- -, i o1i4 Nw.'. ih. 1f T:. ,
long and costly, then '-tied-' nd nail- ,'a biread. Tlh ire l i't Io I,'l m 1. iwh'. hi 1 l4I' ll ,1' 4 r1 (ti4; s *I11' .';; it 1 nl'..i ,' '
td. then e'q'ii)pp with T!oiomonti a i \,.ves -,,iahlisti in Ne,.w Y4rk. butl he\ w%". ',- l 'n ,L1 1 "l ..', : ,1 i.T o f ri
and other rolliiin s. .ck a' e,:r1in :s \ ti. T ,ues a when TMr W atson i<- this ,I:I:,. 'a'4il'k (']:tlk i ()' s lt h ; i" i,,,', :1 4 ''' .: ,.
expense. which n'eer stops.'. bt' ": 1I hi. ,i1;' a; i. t, i ,,',,.- !' t i' l Y < P 'e s lon is; ,, . :
be daily be maintained ann l kept i"n ".-- l cou t i in in .,e', hI lin-t He canl r d ,t ;r aln l' o t ',, o ") ;. ,,. I
pair. as well as an army of .:. !' i.ht i 1 \ vacai" 1 .* s w lshpl .' prica i. i m.. :. , ,, ,
daily service to maintain and ke-'p ,g 's w -ive ar lI hu and hwon..'st 1.pr' 1-,nt i.n 1n ,~,. .. ,' ,
the roadbed, tracks, etc Ties ,1 a o. In,.'i_,n.,, t,..d x .... ,1 ,I.a l... ]i: t'4)tII.'4. "'4 ')llt ,0 l ) ,. !i',,, cons iu nI a-s. second o n nl.- .,' I ;, .


FREIGHT RATES !our complaint, but it is the inequality -
---- ':of the rate where the shoe pinches the Frank Clark. our esteemed friend Several weeks a-o the ll-rald. ii
To the Editor Ocala Banner: interior towns. and distin auished public servant.. \, l:f'l ") hP ;iiilidi>' .! I lin \v
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ir o he rt i lc e onic e ionr t o in go lii; n ci r o w ln (h at e' n i sn q i e t aor n g t h a l o stit i l'ui'd r i / Z 1 141- Ia ll t ef I ll s !t' i- ell O t iI' t
orit t ro .Jat cif onplle a, r h to wayf oila 1t o tns o aor 'd Th cire. s i ar fii hie -m ri ; r. Th 1, ,
.the steam1,!rs d1t ,rought oralc n e t aain one i. I Wi i i int his lii -. 'It "t 4' . ..
t a eoo ap r t s i n hF, ,oi s ta t w i i:a.1, o Ivtal- o aln O l l olh r a rn d t ri an ni n gr i nu
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Nr,' i. Y ob hio aui,, in a n li s ai-i Pini of itas t1a noa T nf- t sintqua. liy poi pt i i l h, n ',- ".

hino i ,in i m u id i si. .\io'. r tu s',d1 1 f il l ( -' .;r \ .n ,. i \ '
.hI nrs \iih- i Ih d h, are ta f m ,5isa.tik on I i" it s ri n ar irnn.i ni g tion ;i l "k th alll +' t "h al o h !i; o ;w in n. T -

road bed. crosstits of light- m clarity Mr Taft is soni whern dowI1 the whi'1 c a1i peop e' O Il *tin ihr .;- '1 'I i in < Nf I '. :'r 11 e
"steel ra ils upon whlici tlo get to .lack- soulh !i en! jo ing a rotnd a) 11'. lt o lii\ .- l "- i -
sonviallii-S IPLY Fh;iLOATS ON A.v tI 1 1 a \ 'lI pr'i t branl Pit chfori iili i'N c ,

Firi:THE ALMIGHTY .AN -wit n is a at t aiiiiti -ioi1or ig ti! as i iiicro.. that it'. . 'i.
ico t to ra tl a t, if youalls 0 ol in e h ail.-' 1s,,.-i fi ~ o s w S fdo,, .,r e to l io ll ;\ . .'. I4a..' 1I't i lt' o .' "

r ahilt' 1i 'ailnoats m uct' o aXt' i roth 11)1i ,r' .o'-14at Ianlgilst .411 fol'ete'Ifs 1,4 "114444 '4'. 4 m '.x -14' *' '*i''. '*t Iiji1''I .'* 4
beginning f 'i 1s. (1 .h ri t O l oh a h ms 'o' th' Irli' of ca.t.4'0 sor i4iie n '1hly lit] 1.1 ' ,4 t Tis.4i '
S oe t a dll points aill Floritoa. rhi i ,it" N 'o s i;,ti '.il> 1- i :s ;i d i '. I'li- -.,,i l ti. '. .,,,B .- .' ,"
towis t nio tllhiy co uin lcMity, m .far lt i t OM sting for W ATSON'S REBELLIONit oll( r'on: f h!';1 ,1 .-i %v1 1,,. i ... .'. .
r a suo tis obin dri s,d po und s. S lO).s ,e in s o T h o ll '. i tia h th. fE.l WI a'ln' N' i ii ''' 1 1 ilS;li'. 4I' '.

it i t.as t 1 ain ar e Ocalai- as clA, as the .a'ks -o f r ia er(, ilit oriiptod rl (rtlnii'l or n
one pdo., .hirN dle ,-. ndd' ha ppek i T n.,i l;nl11 ui. si l .; .,l,ii1" 1,i, ^ : .'. .

the OiFzr,- [I na i. e REare takf,, froml i ik on st li h a i strike, oi" h,.ir sll'ike *o .
the Ail Mii TYed Tariffs and 1it,, i;; ay. alar , an, !th-ii ; 'F. "h t s i tll of Misi ii, ; *

ill *1 rtailr oa,! s f a offix ,' ao n, ,x- t ;l. ,) h a -pla ,.,e hIan ,,.,l .t' pri't I -i f l -ll l:, !>,. ais ,. .i ; .. *;-' ., ,
aniinint :1t airst,. Nhe how ,ti waa 1 a s firi. or, r roi ileh e lsl').. s ofit 1 1h,!V lh l 'ril l :,, \ i':l l'ion ..'- *. s, ,..".* i

roaduos Ipricesa s Mut e o ile aIini [i: l ; t.- s a ,, aiithoritit,. i to r sist jv forc,, of,!" v 1 i; ;I 1%w lix

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steel rails, being comparathi ely s-rt fsi:l!ral f i: ar l..,th of ,.r ic,. I.t1 hini t; ll c1 will "I ',, .
lived. have to be renewed: loc tn:. ,- ral ('0 1 'S X a n h f t thssI h ptful..it inhspirint stes.-s- h *r' 'N; ,,, ., T, TI F -
le n'"] lt to jail for six months. lie now M a nll i-," '(e, 'v ... "
ties and rolling stock. also shor reliv hi f ns -an permi his .1,1-
lived. have to be kept in cood iai. lipeasefulla y lv i T<,inl a paper out w. tfa er to stT Sli. iu0 Tii u inpn r du.: ; ., ,, t C '- e,.
and renewed evvry few years. So "oo M,\ Watson also is an editor. but o bl sha's 'f .. i. ,.' ', '; p *J sl r w* *
see. its plain to an ordinary. ve y- far his sens of iscretion has tauht 'am yours [ an' '. e
d.y American citizen. who :. r.' r, him :hat it is safely to ad\is, orth-r al oi lark -Tasuan i a ,., , , '
o In to see the other fellow. ih;t hie oplle to use violence again ,t thi, gov- iT UIn' ;t< th \;. .Ini.. ,, i .
roiroads have quite as large a .soul :ts orinent: han to resort 0o it himself.- Brother Harris o ,h- .l()alla Pan- l h, il',~"t ''" '
the steamers. It costs the Vra.-o, World. Bnr Harris o Th n in
whole lot more to keep th rails ut -r a ently pre rs c on s Oll i o P'I '* ai l ..
der the wheels or the wheels on thil FAIR NOTES or his table if 't i- only lael effort,.ha rir,..i 'I.' '
rails. with motive power to keep lhen pure olive, oil." arl '*rt syrup fla- !'llar.s ii t a- il I I ,hn i- ,- i
rollins at a spe o satis the d- T rac track i an: ideal on, Ak vorPd with nap)lp. if brand, 'pu r. of dollars in p..l w.Oll; ;.: iir i
sire of athe hustlip o ustls rushe h l"r on'1 if no: in the sta ,e: *ood niaple *syrup." He mayv also imagii- ni n :.' ;" ,
sire f hutli.ustlizru st ree an equal itac from town h i
ing. raze of the people of the present strez,"i 1 an' quul ditan c- froU t0wn 0 Ihat I nlli 'exraCT. if called rip- I .
to give anl\one goin o conlgil a xalk le i- b
day. I aimi that he railroads want l's.e ohnee han n1w with ie li lef t 'lanra hef a i .' ':,.' I' -. i
all they can ge'. and ge' all that th l , o It. is as sens to h .l a cara n o, ain .)l,,t l. . : 1 .
can. but :h,' are so different: from t. Tath Ma.v:ion r.,'Oun:, aFIir is 'h. tood' .or h sal h abe ll l! <'ir ;. 'w k " ,
other tello\w ;i\v' the d.vil his dtutle. i o e. No lb r h. -ss- iII his Bann,. of th. i o, , \ ..
We pause- G. P.W-oh l
Ve tau -- G. p \\",' rprdi t one of the largest e....... I toJ al1-n n ' .,
Dunnellon. Fla.. Noxenber 1rt, e exhib for food is harl. "lx i Nothinh at.).-c !i,.. a,,lto iufs, Iii1 h. T:ri. ,
I o the kind ,! held in Marion. tasltes right. Th.' ,'aor a- dea'te ti reI o4"-' h
* ^El now exhibitss have begu, coming evalte ' 1 1 1. ,,t . i. ,, . r ,
Reply i Sonn- of -he lar st hogs tha a n l thin s : all ou of sho s at ; : t. n',. S- . ,
1 wou,, sem tha. it th,- ra'te tO hat bei.n grown in a -n seco of 'k wkaltt na o' ,- r. ', .* "
the goods named is '. celt. to Jack- the staat, raioi in Marion count are-Puna are overnald. mch. road and lift- in this" alln .
son\ille and 41 cents from Jackson- now in. Some of th. im will tip the! B-roh Hari ds pela a.lif in .his 'oun:-. ,. a*, -'ni p .
\ille to Ocala-total. *#,1 cents-that scales at 4 to 1 pounB-The h r Harrls find that pellagra wi s P f A
its.. t.it- a t. h.-hi5.alOi. .i .l ,ld a,: i i. -- The o- hook worm ar m and n i) inn. m -,,,- ,, , .

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Helvenston & Pasteur invite you to

visit their store where they will take pleasure in showing the beautiful
prices in their varied lines


.at ittra:jti e

Fashionable Apparal for Women
a.' ~ a .

$10.00 to 535.00

.i- Fu!: Line ,f
Ladies' and Children's


$1.00 to $7.50

Dress Goods

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$3.00 to $10.00

American Lady Corsets

$1.00 to $5.00

Blankets and Comforts

The test -3.00 proposition in Ocala for the price

Un~~w~":r 4J

Ladies' Govcs, Namczk~a r.1,


for Ladies Home


FuI line of Emery Shirts

WhiAch are ~1cCAC in ta qunalijies Utcderwc.tar for .1en and I'oys.

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~rt~k; ..- C ,i~'ip in Me-::s. Lacies an- d --iiv l:&CL' i es cr Seiev e, SSc:s for Boy's ank G irlin-the kind that calr.

t...lc 1 l1(l see our.

We sell on'. the B I.>T ;n all grades

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dertwi Burbank Vegetable Illf ni cool %w~Il~s I sj)ilti.
Products,.ra aa Il au. 'a aibii

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a ha. '.1,1!a'4 s i gtrler-
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a a ra~a jasost throug-h There%; nfl'. at aI 13-Ior yaoil
Nlora good- io maY'an.? i~lsi!.waire
v lia t. :haland is Iocat-'1.
* ~ ~ %l n.I~.~ i ot be necessary To pay w ortX-.:k'0o.~
t-litxls. churches and all
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I' 'e:'t ha~heartily esa t.jTO1:1


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minti i'n9.id miad.-' t h, a ici.-it honoi'a~l'e.

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Asthma Refey 0,' a1 W~- 'a.a a,.
~ a' ~ja~'Qf1jt :t-I pOStive rei'e f~? iu
I'ra'a $1 Trial package by I \ .. aa "n.: T.'a- ~i
nul. o centS. vI obu P.. a!XuU. %k) !!cOlt

5.n Ta Td-,ngS- & O9.~ U'e1~vI.irwcus 'o know a.-:'.
s now s, a rg. Coinpaty Pr11~ '' a n X t o 'h' aal

CIVSO~d.Ohio k.alMgzne
'1.?~ ~ 'tl chld~n suffer fromrlof headache. as well as older w oren.
.... ta'l t e ( -er but all get qulick relief and1 Irom pt.
I.; Iftn te (a-- j'.- W~ ine's New Life Pill,.


At the Marion County Fair. Ocala.
Fla.. November 24-26
Wednesday. Nov. 24
--, it.a ** t':l. $29"1. "'I ,' a,;" i',i ".
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se..,ay. Nov. 25
::... P $*- -'a "I. 2 : 2'' :r' i)1,
a 119! I, . :\wo ill t r
2:: l~a a iir'a' $1.1-. jTrot) or Ih1(l,
fti' iit l M i9(outitv hor's(-, half

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!--- hands tu-itf t W Xilitia't'tak,"'

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By the First of December The Oca!a Fertilizer Company will h e. ;,,k ,..
supply you with their superior brand of fertilizers
Our factory is nearly completed, we have already ordered 41 1r mf 'n -A.
and will have them in by the last of November.
Our superior fertilizers will be of the highest grades, with .u;r;tnttd .n i -
lysis; made especially for all crops. We can save you money. .art ,...n
to make nothing but the best and sell at the lowest possible living prot:tr ,,n.
and get our prices tor any fertilizers you need. We will be reaidv ,,- .r ;,'
you after December the first, but can make you pric,.s now. We\ w~ % n. x .n
special formulas. Let us know what you want and how and when V.i is It ,
and we will have it ready.
We have secured the services of Mr. l. C. Cres.,e, a;i expert te ri!:/, r i ifn
to superintend our mixing. Mr. Cresse has worked all his l'e in ,n.- ..t ,.
largest fertilizer establishments in the United States and thurutili!%\ ,i.,I. ?-.t.tni.,
the business.
All correspondence will have prompt attention. Addres.- .: I., at
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Itee,! by Tvdinzs & (Co.f n:1 i ~ V :
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,ysem.it will take several -lay neorhs P-.-t' al.-';l
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1ed to write to the names and
proof that Lydia E. Pinkham's
male ills.

Painful Periods.
(o ;hen, Ala.- Mr.4 W. T. Ialton. Route No. 3.
Chicago., Il..Mrs Wn. Tudly. 46 (OgdenAv.
I'Nw Paw. Mich.-Mrs Eimia Draper.
Flushing, Mich.-Mrs. hurt Loyd, F.D.
No. : care of D. A. Sanborn.
Coffeerille. Mim.-=Mrp. S. J. Jones.
Cinucnnati, OUio.-Mrs. Flora Abr, 13C2 Erst
Clevelaid. Ohio .MiM Lizzie Steiger, 5610

Fbe ,eLof ae. i -wt Avenue. S.r,
h H s. r -r. Fred Certia, 1014 S. ;N W1esyvllle. Pa.-Mrs. MagpieEster,R.F.D.I.
lsL Ier Fr rt~, 1014 S. ers. urg Tenn -Mrs. Loe Hilliard, R..RI
lW.k.ese.Iy.mMrs. Ltie Holland. HayIeld, Va.-Mrs. Mayrue Windle.
Uft6id liM.u.Mrs. Sarah Loaaignont, 207 Irregularity.
rk-s.t I Herrin.Ill.=-Mrs Chao. Folkel.
tlasem. .J.- Mrs. Wn. Somerville, 196 i Winchester. hId. -Mrs. May Deal.
mklmbe Avene. ID)vr. Ind.-Mrs. Wrn. Oberloh. R. FPD. No.1.
9-Pa. Mrs. L E Garrett, 2407 Bailt:more. Md.-Mrs. W. S. Ford, 1938 Lans-
X a ,emM rUwt. downe Street.
smsftam. Was.-Mrs. Carl Dahike. R,,zliury. Mass.-Mrs.Prancis Merkle,13 Field
.e Str.-et.
.kuy. Mm m T yM" Cgm L Clarktd.ile. Mo.-Misa Anna Wallace.
Veroer. MNw .,s Doylva Cot, 117 (uvv ille. Ohio.-Mrs. Ella Michael, R.F.D.3.
itreM A. Dayton. hI, MrH Ida Hale. Box 25, Na-
-= sld -N. A. P. Anderson, 12=7 tional MilitAry Home.
Ite. Nrs W. et. Pooer. Lebanon. Pa.-Mrs. Harry L. Little, 233 Leb.
knia Rs Pa.r W. I. noO et. eman Street.
Sr sa.-O.mMrs. Anton Maelhadpt. Sykes. Tnn.i-Mianie Hall.
I-MS. E H. Maddocks, 21l Ietroit,Mich.-Mrs. Louise Jung,332Chetnut
S i.MM. A .A. .T BOxl Vincennes. Ind.-Mrs. Syl. B. Jerauld, 508 N.
^--'a T.M.m IaomN S f.Saman 1M Tenth 8troet.
Gardiner. Maine.-Mrs. S. A. Williams, R. F.
n lAng nbab i1I). No. 14 : Box 39.
S .MB B. Iag. Philadelphia, Pa.-Mrs. Chas. Boell, 2407 N.
weM prele Garnet Street.
a.*4 M J s. a. DeMd. Plattaburg. Miss.-MissVernaWilkesR.F.D.I.
onme V.* = Boute o. 3. PFeale Weaknm.
a w. t -. lPr. South Willimantic, Conn.-Mrs. Etta Donovan, Box
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I- wBy me. W,, Po'othSt. oodside, Idaho.-Mrs. Bachtel Johnson.
h2 J*^?slar-U* lamm.,Mr Lll.Un ]Rockland. Maine.-=Mrs. Will Young, 6 Col-
S li t L t umbia Avenue.
MnMr% F. 5r i 544 Seottvlle. Mich.-Mrs.J.G.Johon. R.F.D.3.
M LA -Dav ivto. Ohio.-Mrs. F. R. Smith, 431 Elm St.
Or., M6 Ere., Pa.-Mrs. J. P. Endlich, R. F. D. No. 7.
rms r Beaver Fall Pa. Mrs. W. P. Boyd. 21
OR. IMrs. *Mif sWo R LP.D. No 4. Seventh Avenue.
S-. Cla Mma. ar Warman, FairchaneePa.-Mrs. I. A.Dahham, Box 152.
1061. FPort Hunter, Pa.--Mrs. Mary Jame atatto.
.Mr~.Je-sphi ai. EM starl.Pa.-Mrs. A urt Lyoa. R.F.D. .
m mdS-l- MMs. Henry Cloatir, -l Viaaa, W. Va.-Mrs. Emma Wheato.
Mim.m<- lr. John G. Moldau, Oroago, Mo.m.-Mrs. Mae MeKnight.
S~ree t.. N Cadoa, N.J.-Mrs. Tillie Waters, 451 Liber-
g ,. u o.Jate MBism, ILF.D. No. 1; ty Street.
OftI Joseph. Orqon.--Mrs. Alice Huffman.
2sram,. W J *Mr. Oge Jordy, Bote- No.3, Philadelphia. Pa. Mrs. John Johnston, 210
Ni sa. Neel Street.
~nMW. -A tM a Wood. Christiana Tenn.-Mrs. Mary Wood. R. F. D.
HaM. M T. A. Cribbe. No.. &
l o .d -Mrs May Ma sballR.L44L Peros, Texas.-Msn. Ada Young Egleston.
Nb. *Mrs. Nelhe Monlander. Graniteviile. Vt.mMrs. Cbha. Barclay. R.F.D.
Tmhei worman are only a few of thousands of living witnesses of
Mr pw or f Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to cure female
-eas Not one of these women ever received compensation in any
lwm for the use of their names in this advertisement-but are will-
*h Mr., ld. t.- t l. ^ 1-.n^... ^ f h r.I. t% _^ ki l i- _

I tam we& -ouut tirer to LUtem It-eause oi tie goon they may ho ,,- o. The N;iZar,, a d c'i ,",
u. W^ *L IU L* L I l i Ii LUC -I .. l~ the fe=... of the 11 Nzarene and eaten
n '*her suffering women to prove that Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vew.tai4le ('ompmnd is a reliable and honest medicine, and that the his spirit of lov-,. fori'vene-s. recon-
sleamwnti made in our advertisements regarding its merit are their cili:ti n, laith anl njtimnism. F'r it
uh aid moth&lig but the truth. is ;o i, y a I. ipl lr'l-A that th", hiih
t'.a;l pot ition of tlii- \ i 'i 'r,- i I-nds 1o
h I- -- -- his ilttIl';i;('' a sTns, of w *+ t, ;it and
VT SUICK CAR WINS IN AT-[ STRANGE FASHIONS FOR MEN an:': ,in'. in im an mind., out of all
LANTA -i r,;.) i:' i,: tih.-i" ,vi:-i- o::! ;ii;>i h.,i( .
L .A N T A i .< ,,f: h" ", i!; ;iil c, '''"!* it ,. i 'r ii-\ u.:4 i.i.... i.' ;i r t'- ; ''"' l a ',i;it iU ',.-'r
S. .. p.-opl wi t h ou l h(;w hiow :.- ls run 'for i I1 t i. I' ,t" -f .-in zrati'y 'o walruliI
S ,41 .' e I!in- to , -. i ,t ;t!Te. ti(,lln of ;!l twho : .are
* . ..'" t i l it u. ill A ian- season. And i a ln. arc ll "1; t: 1 13 1 21 il i
It a ..... .. n .- M.,ssrs. .. H. hi color or ail:no '. ian s -,I .h.' hat l I tp 1 l i .'ipitrit n
i,. .' .,',,t i.,n'- ...unl of the Ocala to suit him. He wi\ h rhl1 yelloww jn- f h ,,i;, ty. I I;I:' ir y tl .! pro- r'ss.
G s '.mt \\<,k-. alid it was a dict' \xill pr.'f.r h,- y.llowish 'in-,.i Th'i, war is i\tr. anld Ionly l-" tc h-
e I.' t '- *-n1 to kn w \ w :i, his IiIious fri,-l'iil \ ill zraii ;lwi, ( ( i' i n .a.) l':' ;H i' f to \ :i'i l.4
* 'h. tu . r.k* all pre-vious :,e.n v-ari ty. The lan v with ilh' i of Il' i *t,'-r "1 f :ili;y ot s1 li hlar 1bar-
*, *'3- ,- '.,* :it. a .:i's h.-r,' for cidi iiy high color will select tie riy al s 4dl ril ie \a( l in.' iis fir the set-
* blue. i; ,:i .nt ti di i.p n' s which niU>i al-
I -.,*k v.. ", '. N- '.- Az lania Rich red and brown ties a:' tlhi' 'f:i- xwy i- lt inmlrima lv (olmile to then arbitra-
Amurt orites. lPure white so e' oell-i :ion iof i-t p .!.i~ niate ul'eliher-:tion anil
I* *'- * '.' ,-:' : a ',"-hors suli's haxe niade a hit. andl i alnxy nl'In I sInlsa j l 'm nt. Ti, .i; of tha" I 's
WMar' ) of society are now \ea intg theni hlur- Iha.s d(e'r | tei;Ir \ vi shall he. iiencte-
S 4 A .4 A w ;e' '' *, ) h'ihdre i'4, :p ,l'A, winter as well as iln th'- s 'I forth. o1, ni !1ti (lt. Wnil two j,'alu s andl
m le -* t;': 7 !:I '> an hourr. Ime,. Mark Twain claims the- fa;:ln,.; \\;;ri l*A-.l.s. .1 :- diaiility or
I -* ;: : I.ri r h old f I.he white sueIe dr'ss sit. i'. ; :' 2an:i '. v iii l'; ,ii h ii';p anI
bist *" il".:* l> *', :'. Ci ae\- (Cariso. the ,'-nor. is now w\;-,' riln l i;rt icil]a ,1 ,1 i,-' of ol' (x ;ilf-,l d ,*-' ".' '., .'2 il ws (a iti h.s ot a roa yal purple lir( adchlothi. 1m in ill rn'(4'1 '. eret'f ;I i :t! ional
4 .** ,' 1 "it upon l ,' toI eno tional lies-. with -,ff:ti 2!11'n ; i ; in ot ; i n t'or national
* I ;, ,'-;\. Ch vrol.t a silk ',rai, -'ril-' dow n ':, tr u.--, ,1; i; a'in i \\Ve air :ir iili lrs. il,
.- **.' A !. I .- t.,'re-,ori for 2-'"" l,' Th., -a' i's en' a triHe hiall'-: e, of ati;; .. ; i 'ainlyl V on llTt nl-
mil.- : '- a ;.: 23 set 'i ds in !,,- front :o display ,he t, r'lin 1 !I r in:. :'" '-uff'"r withitl 1 a!l l!hi
4 "'* .'. I ~Ia I :, victors waist.oa, of old-fashioned I b'-oc:ad( in 'a;lilv .':i iivolx., i i : di- -
S .-. cr' d:-. ai.1 all lower patterns. -r
b . I-' .: ,1 *, i .. 4 racial ca'.- Anoth-,r style] )f **\ i lninal ,-loth ii't i !nw Ia'r. i; is 1141t h;rita;ile. it
11111 ., 1- lt T hin.- to o\el;- hi:is li,..'n started in soci,.'y. L;.'in .; sI 1 ; I no' e i-lIl for ';hi' l.ishop to con-
h*. I r t 'in T'i citn- zrat ulaions. The si i\xe of :1' Vi(torian i p riod. TIhe Tiniallx inlpiiLan 'lT tolii; ,- o t a-
ta-n d r.,<'orl w as also held crava's s, lectei d fir this style ar.t of ,r'i-)s cilizns o of Our uni'eiGd coint'!'
A. a It t,* k h i li was driven b\y he b)utterI \ variety. The s'al or yey whose ,-1' ruiotIsisl and ulullanily impeln
Mrniani ;4' It .'ainaliolis. his tinme be- glass. hung on a ribbon i- another fa-' heni toward efforts to equalize ;l h-
It he ;,'4 nun t,.s and 1:1 4-1-) miliar thing in men's dress. less-in.gs of health, e, education and
m ',,-it Hosiery and cravats must maich. happiness among all of the children
I.as il 'h.- 'eaur event of the day and these are often in ,'ryv loud col-lof the nation which our fathers plant-
w lb*.- 2 ai,-nle contest for the $5,00 ors. from violet to deep purple blue. ed along the shores of the Atlantic.
em-4xvla rrophh This was a race for green and crimson. The tie is of sol- from the palmettoes of Florida to the
trtka c sha *",' to 43," cubic inches, id odor, any shade. The nlew mate-1pines of Maine, and I feel that I am
wbh foea-eoila trophy as first prize, to- rials for waistcoats are gorgeous to'not overstepping the bounds of pro-
*rhlr aith Sret in gold. The second the extreme. Jewelry now matches priet\ and courtesy in herewith reg-
prter uas $:: in gold. and the third the prevailing tone in. neckwear. hos- istering my protest an.d my rebuke.
11Wi' to gold. iery. shirt or suit. And. despite the disparity in our ages.
T1.' coca-cola trophy must be won I shall even make so bold as to re-
,rv tamni. to become the property of AFTER THE STORM mind the good bishop of the solemn
ib- euiran' There were nine entries warnings of all history concerning
n this race. and al the cars entered Los Kiss. Nov. s. 19l9. the absolute certainty and implacabil-
i4.*l up at the wire when the call to To the Editor Ocala Banner: ity of that nemesis which, ever waits
,e- ias was wounded. Los Kiss is still on the map. The those Aho attempt to clog the wh-els
famous J. V. G. Club steamerr, .enor,. of the onward surge of that civiliza-
KILLS HER FOE OF 20 YEARS is in English ports, cruising just for ,,ion hich ir salv moves toward
fun The steamer Silveron is now in the consummation of a universal
"Th-r t v,' wrs declares Mrenem had gulf aters al is is bs as a b therhooi. Wake up. brother.
% Z- ,.-ars "- declares Mrs. James Th, .7. U. G Club will appoint Miss
tl04.-u ,t Ha\nesihle'. Mt,.. "was dvs- ub w a t ake up C!ap the hands extended
pOaOIa I -uffered intensely after Trice as the Burbank m-mber. Se- o ou in disinter,.-ed fraternity. Join
*ntnig ot r 'rkinit. and could scarcely cials soon. .1 I th i; i ,1u f ,tho i.
SAf.r many meties had fail- the ,lad company of those oosannas
4 and l ors ave me up I of the innumerable company of the
*rtt le l.-i w hc ters. which cured me 1r. Hinry WaT'.'--n 'rie a ong prophw s of better things But. if this
%pl.I Now l an eat anything letter from Paris to -*h,, C rr-.Jour- is not possible if indeed xour disease
I apI .** ari- old. and am overijoyet,i nal. Liko, all his lt-t'-rs. it i- nts ns has reached h incurable s age. :h n
** ge, ni, health and strength back lv it, ,t.r tn- W. lea *t: -k, sIl ie-lh
got' For indi'stion. loss of appo-I- il mercy a! least spare us ;he depress-
*l kadi, l r ro.bl.-. lame back. f,- i:nT!l ; ff ct of the pessimistic wailing-
d 1.. ',of lie win''er of our ldiscontent as
r a' T dlT& :- C o. '' :. d.i '. \' .
-- ;'s -1 ' '. '- u : '" n n:le of sectional sat-

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If I am not too late, I desire to reg-
ister. through your columns, my vig-
orous protest, as a loyal citizen of the
splendid new south, against the most
recent attempt of Bishop W. A. Can-
dler to fan into flame the rapidly dly-
ing embers of sectional and partisan I
hatred,. as published in the Journal of
last Monday.
And. at the same linmie. I wish to
commenin d most highly the thoughtful
reply which e.manareil from a member
of ;his spiritually bhlatel bishop's own;
,.l-norninational household as publish-
ed in Tuesday's Journal. and to thanks
This brother for so courageously brav-!
ing the penalties of 'lese maj'-sty"
and voicing th.a s,-ntim.nis of a mul-i
tituldo of southerners, who it is safe
to assume, hold as dear to their hearts
the good name and the continued! pros-
perity of Dixie as of the great Methodist church.
I have been a somewhat frequent
reader of the bishop's contributions
Ito the public press and regre-t to h-
!obliged to testify ;har this is not his'
first offense in this particular dire'-i
tion. Nor is his violation of sectional
ethics and social good manners to be
considered in this instance because heli
has chos,-n to employ the narrow, biaix-
oted. prejudiced. "picayunish" editor-1
ial which he quotes from the New Or-;
leans Picayune. as the medium of his
unreasonable and un-Christian cen-
sure of the motives and, intentions of
a man who evidently desires to be of
service to humanity, for whoever in-
dorses the evil word or deed of anoth-
er becomes himself a partaker of the
unhappy fruit thereof.
As I have from time to time been
surprised and saddened by these pu-
erile, petulent, pessimistic outbursts
of this unreconstructed ecclesiastic, I
have felt that it is high time that the
great church whose splendid spirit of
fraternity and progress he so griev-
ously misrepresents should unitedly
insist that he begin a course of sug-
gestive theraeputics which would in-
duce him to exchange .Jeremiah for
the- s-cond Isaiah as the prophet of
his inspiration or. better s ill. to sit at ,




T OU ARE INVITED to make the
of H. B. Masters Company your s;

place. You will find a strictly up t '

of merchandise in every department. 7"-

the leading Outfitters for Ladies and Gent


Dress Goods and Trimmina.-

"I he rcwest Collars. Belts. Sash Pins. H c :


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Everything in Men's Ready-to-Wear Goods

in their Clothing Department. Stetson anri K:, x H..t,
Peabody's Shirts and Collars. Excepti,)aI' a..:c- M
Young Men's and Boy's Suits: also nice in e* .'
Large line of Men's and Boy's Cal s. Suit Cass r.: ,
Ties, Handkerchiefs. Underwear in wo ix ,inj ,~ rice


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

Complete line of SHOES or Men. Ladite ,d i :,


Call on us often whether you arc trading ,r
store your headquarters while in Ocala. Pr,, ,

attention to all.




Yours tru'v.






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l.a.- F ri iari '. i -.. -'I, ;.i ;. :i; i['oret
Star coan -iin- a o'w'";i.;, r:ni')i. in
\liia. T1h ; ti;:ti :i' of' T p:.; i it I' js 'tha t
!tf-rntil .l\ Lorl l;;al.ll ":'.,, .. l,'A,'1n
()II a dobw i pi1., hi- j \1 : 1r .1
imarke' l f:' >ll T ;Il i ;;a. I :< .'o'' i lili .
.Ntw Orlean't Mtii.m, K.< .liur';it;, IyI
\\V-s;. Charl,-ston. iHa at\a ;arl I'ana-
nia. Tie at s;';:l x."*x a'- i ;ii n l i s that
it di re,'t lin".' if a ,. ;- :"i in ;llhe l j
nIlore tO T aii ; I : 'i. ,i a- '* r-
taints .

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;, ., l' . SoORlE
T i .l';)i ttIit ll t -,'1 1 In i 'i II f

Tin ir.a ih war ink fili inverness aur
dCy.. reors that C int toto pths
urhased and an a i'lb ui

teIr 'ron -*oday an ply snstains ofis
rions attention of Tami a nho ldattlyrn
after Baltimore in ;his caoo.Tampa
Tinwis ha. alwa ended that

an icadWe in our dock facilities is as

Thesy atlingi nreprosea in the dofpth
day reports that itrply sustains this
purcontention. Tampa should pattend-bul

inLargest Liachne win Ocala.h i dri-n by gaso-

n- nmoThe C itrus C ount y WayJt
emboarkint on road Tuilding on an fnx-
tensiv scale and employing thi,- Po ,
approved an, in-Ili4nrt merthods.
sp11n .id material for "he -on. truction.
of ma(adam roads is found in Citrus
collurT ill ablndance-- a flint rock
i.1 ach ioe, not iowr nor become
soft htn wAtr. This will be founit
hy far- t ah.' d est inve, tm *--ll-t -ihe peopled
if Ci;us otn 'y ha. 'r in mado.-
Tan:pa Tin s.



If a line ever haZd J4a v, *
of our business. it ha., ":c ".

Our Standing Guarantee

has always been anrd v. -
A Pair of Shoes We S' Y .
factory Wear. we u .-. .



A New Pair of Shoe, FFRpE. OF \0

Give our Shoes a t,rt .:;
this will be your future L., .

For Men, the famous



"BEACON" Brands
are carried on our hetlvi.. I ..

$3.00 to $5.00

and a better shoe for thu. price hia ,,
ufactured. The patent I. at hr .,f *- . ,* ..

warranted not to break.
and assorted line of

w i.t %.

These shoes %ill wt.ar and giv t,, .
tion. The prices alr- h: .t-ed f~ ordin .
we assure you that wev can *m! .,,: ..


TRCATsOe* *e


am womunn'm ailments are invite
V a remw here given, for positive
Vegetable Componmd does cure fei
Tamr Biemewd.
M"e-, Ill *Mrs. Alvena Sperling, U Lang-
. ld. -*Mr. Ma, Fr.
Kam.. -Mrs. at-lla Giford Beaman.
-- Iu -Mr. 1R. J. Barber.
Ouar ltltl.N..T. Mm. Wmi. B ughton.
Crsimmauo. Mn. W. K.Housh.7Ear.vi ewAv
g**hie-. We-Mfrs. Emma Inme, 883 1st
2L. sman

While Attending the Marion

County Fair Nov. 24,25, and 26

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Tt*. Northern Presbyterian church
a*..* a lt-gal fight for the retention
r.: tr. pulishing house at Nashville.
* t. t.d come to it by union with
.til.-rland Presbyterian church.
1 .,.q-..(n of the court has been
;, .ai,- t, th niembers of the Cum-
Si. *,t church. who refused to go
, ',* 'iiion anti who. it was re-
, ., '.'.... .. have a right to the


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I I''. 1 !ii5ti j -r-on. par-
i1 i # -1-lt-'ra i10I1 o f *ie
F ';11 fa ~liv t' 'nenni.~l von-
io! iit- I isciieles(of (Christ ill

a -n..i lllhas bt-t--n cr-i .td
0' lt itt). x Hindii:- by th. mia;'--
it*,%ithwedj daught er 0! .1s-
* ker-ji. if Calcutta. The fath-

i- tro-niin-.ir Brahmin. and it is
ta' this is the first time in the
Sof India that a widow of hiah
a- liar, n-married. The woman
, I a: juit defied tradition was only
*.is old wh-en her former hus-
i di-'l Sli-h is but thirteen now.
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\ '..,1* p iii- s tl be an exiita)rdi-
g ; r.-e L:ltlit rinz of students (.f
\It-t ii'a w ill met' in Roche"-.
1 1 l. e. nil,,:" 244. 194.19. to .laliu-
ar. .. 141l. on th*e occasion of the
--It min'ernational convention of the
pttut-in' Volunteer movement.
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\t.- i ham iiil (e'n deposed from the
11e.,1-: of tih' Presbiylorian church
I.. ., iu.. i inlf't'oulinz a ni ist'-r.
It. ;!,ti .. t;iaeii.o Furhay coniin
I ., i ',! .1 iir l>;il;i. > '!."lia

S, ,- .i' park- ".
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22. Ano,'lj- llarz.- block i 1- o'- . 1 1,". [lo. in )usl.ini2 hi,.s tuirpeni- A\boit. one-hitrd uf thtost-e ivo.re't d
ted- with g.tr;iiiu at 4,. S'.-e! t *'iR: !. r! i. t -r -and is prospering remarrv. and tivorcte s enjoy an a.1-
" yes'terdti close, at T.he dr it l ai; ,tinsi 1 do rinot tseem 1 nta-. -m o -rx wiows in this respect.
i- aid that man. tof .N ::A-': 'lai; ." thet spirit aind viality o' due. as ht unfeeling gO\v riinwnt ul n-
y's fri-ends, who w re s.- l.-.-d ",,;,. \o ople. Iast Tuesdayv i allantly remarks. r)o the fact that
have 'inside- information' o* n s',*t oear- nizh T- h'-- ts a social at Mr. tlos,- who get rid of their h isbanlds
nesily urge.l him to 'leT go' wlihn ty Vauain'.-. ;a' 'nd,-.l ,i n\nty or thir-. y law are usually younger than those
foresaw theI panic of 1 lit7. ut h] or; ';- i, t r ovn I -.-. with a I ood! "sprin- W o la\lea his removal to plro\idleric'.
laughed at their misrivinits. It is fur- ki, ofi old tfolks and children. This Three out of four applications for
other said thta he tid no: dispols o: .was quit.' a'i ,njovahle occasion. in. ,ivorc,' are upheld by the courts. All
even a share of stock he then h,1'l in which old1 ant l oune took part anl, of which indicates that. while matri-
numerous other American indu.-;ries. -.njoyd l.-,s*'\-es menial chances in this lan otof theb
mainly railroads, and tila; : bthr.-for,- i Tlheri are a lot of Young" t,,,,n her,. fri 1 art,'. ariod. niarriage is no uncer-
his profits in steel repret's,,t only a pickin.i and, r,;aking )oranes. Seve.r- tali lotfery. but a percentage system
part of the addition io his fortun e that ajlI of these -atteneled and added to hlIs- bas,. 1 in a(' lal records. -Chicago
has come as a result of his aliidini pleasure of the occasion. A Mr. Ayer. Journal.
confidence in the stability of the touii- a nphpw of *-our Alf." was a conspic-.
try's business. With his many pl;bli- Ul fiu re" in r. n'erry making. BRIGHT BITS FROM THE ATLAN-
cations and his corporation s-tock Mr;. ,an,! Mi." Vaiizhni ar' splt-ndi.i TA JOURNAL
holdings. it is believed that Mr. MnIlt'- entr..ainers a,nit made. ePv-rthin, on-ook. ing formed an An
.. ........ .. .. .. Dr. < ook. b',ovin; formed an Anae
sey is now one of the richest puili.-li jjya vl for Thei' lr InetIs. Iong ay i w rt hut
ers in the United states. BRini> :' ; i, o ;.ke the o ng d i-
.1:-th... ....... pediti n.
bachlor. he is considered a i'ra l iha i,. RoI.
catch. --
,, ,., *. .*\- *, 'I'i \, tilln wt, thoulgil' w le h.a
TheI' atiilll omobi.1. .",'1tn P ,- pPiLES: PILES! PILES! w/ h
t'1o "t-" I",hirr in p tt raa sco S the
ington ito Hoson an.1 tn';: ri-'.'i , ---t- l f
.. .. i, i. A) % $ v wor liisease.
rectly l. Tr I!m f i!? .n. :' S M n Pile LinORIn willO *
-.nicess ifullh wh .t h" lu rn i-- : 1 -ra I! ,. l,...,lih; and Idfhin ,
, .. l. '.[ -ie;,;' d.la\s o:; i ,, M i.-sissipioi.
w k To as m !: -\ ...; [" 'Til ", , llav "
e~it TO \ ae 110 ; e e\;p .;i I .. 2 '.. 0 i l ,. ,iltlQ ha l! . h in e
. .. . p re i ei n ; ', I to ,it ,teadl
\\w h il h p( I e r ut r.!,o !,'ti.i; ,' -. h ; :. .. ; -s ; po !'i>e. I -
t.- ci i f. \ illi In. Iiau
;i*., \Valdi "!\- ., N YO!,\. ,i pi;, ()i:rs ;.,.n, prelp:red lor Pil,,..
ho,! ;o o ,i. t ". "lt ,. r ,:,11 w 1"'2 , ...h piv 'te par's. SolI h , .- l f t'
~. ~. . I r 1 W \\tilc'(- la 11 .St ',i :lt I a.-t
S: i, i,;. i.. '(, l. 1 h, k \ii l p r., l)I ;no'1.Inir .
.e. I ,0 .. g l Ti ,r.
o: orf !1, .. SOME FLORIDA CORN
e .w "Orlea1. has F invon tI1 new
nri il S i i...w Ha,\ horne has t n. n *o i-f kaiil Ifor tI pr sident. It is ;pain-


tla\ :.o neg-,l''ed your Ki,!nevys
iHa,.e you overworked your n.-rvous
s -.i: i an! caluse.d I ro, ble withb \-y ur
kiin-vs Ian: Ibla,,er.' lia'e you p;ils
in loins. si,io. back. groins and ",!ad-
der? Have you a tlablby appealranle of
the face. especially under -he ;,es.
Too frteque'i' a de-,r'-e pass hrine.
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corn contest wiirh six I'l to s~ n1 airy n o-,e devou,
1 I 'o'tll rN(l tIjli ddi un t -inlao- (,V t)i
: ..: n*. v or'linated in rMad-, dt sis!,t -. N w Orl-ean and Sa-
is, o.i: ,,, i*;' ia. andl ha- bee-n imi- \ aii!l:t .
i' <., i 1 : 4* :i'\-tive years. He -says
.,....., fails,. "i to nmake a go0l. Normailn Mack -ays h, doesn't
<-'. : *,." vh-ihat the conditions. think !-y,'.n will run again. It does
SI- :a-..- ';is \, ir 4:. bush'is on 25 not so)un like' Norman o ii: iake such
at: '-es wiih ut aty fertilizer. an aver- a'l'al srat lnerts.
a of bu1- tl:.es :o 'he acre. hblt ono
e\". i-i oii ;rT'. pi-odi-'d bushels. That a man wore a sraw hat in At-
.Mr Shaw as') has seven tons of as lanita y'strday and wasn't lynched
Ilin.- I.e:.&in- bity as was ever grown. i" 1 "o "iuch to show the northern

If so. W i ll.'amns Kidn Y,' t iS W i 'i e*

id "u .-~ w :: '.'.il ii.' 125 pounds t)f
... E lp rk e:i'h H-' (am.- to Alachua (o:tin-
BIGGEST STUNT EVER PULLED -,: trii" "-w last oeatiber anI
s2 vs. I!'* :.- 1., 1 te 'cu e' for far lerlo s
S*,4 o lbi;y I' ;:': I lacon, as Ihe has ipro-
T- 1 t iuc'd al! (' o!..l above onil a two-horse o
ill : ^ coun- y I i , li IIs, t 'l 1- .. ,, .... .
h>,>-' ;.ii -0 i, rei ,s 1)0. '-''1 0 ; i
lan'a lhas eve: ha:' .
Thlis ihe a' tla 1 ,v MOTT'S NERVINE PILLS
.. .. '" l- The great nerve and brain restore a-
prest'>..! hin.-ef'i Thursi:t m n tie for men and women. produces
( tiicerntini the l o.o. ma'o7a.is r ofr -ne strength and vitality. builds up their
Ne, York i, lieM id and 1 i niit a .iot:r- system and renews the normal vigor.
-I, ,t ;i i . I. For sale by drugists or bv mail. {.
'., ,,...1 1 r box, loxes for $o.
!'e sot<';:'-i rto-" \ ,'.as *o c'{ > 1l '.e Sold by TV 1:nzs & Co. I
n;;'10''. "anld the'",' is 1.0' t!'' la'.- 1; "-- -----T_
sib,, ,o1i;,- 'hat i;e; '' HILL'S WARNING TO FARMERS
.a;s i .1>;-;:;-na i-H r ''a n| -a
li hi. \ \\ a'.! macad '.i .l ''i" 'o,': i \W ,. tlav, -l lo, realize (ny t -
.\ l.nt. a 1 New .V't V, l .' w il ... :i ,: l hat f.-tr ti.;ng is tO a -, .-

ver1.i. i i '. !'O w, I : ,'; \ I w ho con ei -es of iis in lus'.' .;.; ,
SStl e< it!i ca'!.: scr':ch'in 1f the earth. a hi' -, ii
'' a < vt':.'e'i '' .'. :: ... '' .t- ln of s*..- d and a hatN '- - :
oli; I ;', ,'; ::: :"!" *'" * ;.... .' : i: i; I,.4 ich vy i t- ;s so:l a, .i w ea h :- i.:0y

of a 1 ::itnd i a T :.r 'i> .A'--':: .,v ," a it. o
n a.! ts-lhauce
u( r t.i.: i' .;l --;; i :'Iy food i< I'

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press 'hat we have respect for the'
law down here-,

Atk.ziia cheerfully waies "h-" infin
it,-sinmal ci:a m to any of Ro,'koef.ller's
I1 .i.it- iu'uit for '!he death of 'hi hook
wornim. th case of laziness. W1L t v
,'her ci'y will gePt the largest share?

We Will Be Ready to StorC anII (,r, \ -


On and After November the First
We have recently comply ted -ur

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SrIl now h t I ', I W .i|.l w,' l ** i
out. ;hT-lriby 1. -wninlg d.tian -r f .
edl ime in charge' If vy ,ij ,R .11 .- '-
which w.- ad ist, in our i!- 'l.ar .. .
ceive one). w*e are .-ire' voui tll '.l
FROM OUR PLANT. \W. are- ua -*',,
he here in tiisine s for the re'rnit
only do by giving you ;ia SQUARE DEAL
t'meat. Our charges sa nit'a la+I" \,.

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Meffort & Tvlour
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We Direct Special Attention to Our

Cheap Milliner.

\ h ic h ih .,! .- -; **" .. l .i
anl on t ,.anl w411 .r. a-*.* v .i *
v s;. it}a! e lit fI ore, tio !n!-1 ,- ^ ht-r \
uie.liiim pri '. ;i!i.l.d :1,i h.t .
-eluipltped antl a, ra v '- ,
price on hlort notii l ,*- .** n l


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Say.- gud 'people,' when tyoui g
htII. :"y, ,o *g i H'[o at's I' lc.' He'
ke,.ps good Thin;.-- '4o e(at atnd drink.
G D. is 'he nmia. x


Bo3ts at Sea Given the Electaon
Passe'ii > o;i ue..a;n s.; .ii ,-r,- .
plohwi g i: i!" w y !' ;i so) i rirn
S.its. w re pt iin:'ori :et' d ' !- :' ;;
:** l s; i tho:t thi- '* i :iin' 1: i
7"lg fr'esli fr-fni :!*'. Tnbiune" .\--
. t '- ,i;' l t'r 'ss v. ir .~ 'fl:-" ',<, a -
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s.-ni us oir' orders. W-\eu in tiown



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Phone 165 I *-

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Now Estimated to Be One of the Rich- To the Editor Ocala Banner: If you are married, or about to be
est Bachelors in America i Your highly esteemed paper comes married, the government's latest sta-
Frank A. Munsey. who is now in 'to our postoffice regularly. brim full tistics showing the probability of di-
control of so many lbhlcations that of news and interesting reading mat- force may be of interest. During the
i b on ter. which we appreciate. But there twenty-year period from 1S7. to 19i61
- can hardly remember' all on th Iseems to be no reporter or corres- the records of all registered marriag-
list. is reputed to be one of the rich- pondent from this place, so I will es in the United States totalled 12.-1
est bachelors in the UniTed States. He .end you a fe-w lines now. and per- j 30.044, and the courts granted free-
is believed to ha ,- made quite a for- haps may re-I)at hereafter when news dom to 620,264 unhappy couples.
tun,. recently in stocks. e-pI-cially of is alho~e par. From this it is plain to be seen that
the- lnite. States ST:e-l corporation. Oranie.- and grap)efruit ar, moving -,g your chances of divorce are about one
IT is rpftrt',ld ha; 1:,.- earnings from off quit lively. The crop is abiinl- in fifteen, so the odds are fairly log
Ihis .sourcE ha'.,- 1b-,n nt le-, :han 'ui and rip- ning 'xory fast. The fruit: 'ha if you are already married or la-
$'..'... The New York Anirican s.-.s T, i, not so large as it usually T r .!( marry., death and not the di-
say s i-. on acc,'uni, of t he ex(essiVe dry : lorn court. will sever your bonds.
Mr. Mu;;-., ..- ,: ,,: ',. pio- ,.ih,. I t hiilnk htr. will be ship- W ivts who se-tk freedom will he
;..* .>-' in .'*-.*, m- -:, I k;j\ i ,. tr :. ti- ;)!are t,r-n or fift,'n ;int'r st-t',l o know that *;,,.> p,-r cent.
;';f a;s 1'l': a:.,) a- .'. *2 l ; ca" 'hu 'r i i, ox s of orange' anr! grap)e- .(f all decr.. s hav\' been granted lto
';,.-:. 2::,-, d ; i: a" -1. r stoik. H,' frui. wivt~s. and :har alimony has also been,
a hl,; t:1 ; '" tl:'",ii'i ")Oi r p I.t i, ', rained .! h'I e '. nonIh to. allowe-d inll wo ase-. oit of e v ryv
IIi'i 'nadt hrl;-)' h Un n.t(i';.l lphi.. T.:I )'r!:. th, slo\\ ir s-'- '' .ard- >) far ar'" fa l r'I-- no rv1*0.t Iiivorce i l. most t'r.'qutl-.! ifn ;he
' i ;.-t- ta, ia i' oj i,'. ; c d, ') .tl. ii ta!i.- ,.,. ,>:.,' ,. aret in i ;t fo :''th and tif'th y-ars otf m arrit'd lif
;lid iL.- prtt ni'nry r-i.:,in-- ..f :l ,, i: .". 1l. I s;ip O. 'his A.\Ctr!s an.r ., shownetn art. thit most
,ooN, N -v. r l :.* i nt i: 1,< ,i .'.. i '- ''- il throi'-nloi)ut th. fr,.qt ntl. y div ro i cla-ss.s CO m l-
tfa.'-i tha .-:. w.)ili,! -i l ."t:c- ',,. \ ,. ;ir. ,pr inl.r for rain a ni. l racial trav l,.1rs con' et,.-xrt n l th
h;iA w-alP h iy rl.illion. s. e. is s' iii : ', ::- [," a \ill i, answered. list of ulnil'v. A. ricui'ural lahort rs
hi\' at cilnulit,-d 1'.;.; sh:ar>.: ( a;ii. 11's ml''t'ani ii,' :nrl re- t !' iet' P iz wi inet'rs for inatrinionial
Soni of thi's, ho i- r ; 't.-il *) hav ,, .. ,.i ;i Ist- i ;ro l. il a-nd .lonstancy. Cl.-r ylterg en ar*'a n,.-x il sir-
b u(ntirh; h.nnli "i ( lnnit' \vi a- ..:' loV.x a t hi i'- all 0 K. able.

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Ocala House Block

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SP C I A 1. L > Ho \

New Fall Styles in Dress and Tainrd


Mrs, Minnie A. Bostick

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zood fo,- his wn ,a,
a oh-in !t tar such


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T@ A~tr Has Been Taken Up

Tk .Agent Goodwin Will Use

to Get Special Servi

1 ***,.- to increasing in the flesh ever

Noto is m "ai %IFait. and it is now
@pmmg ..nte i'*olotai.I' t hal a special
seemsou ui ttiemiu this city to

V I1-voloafl, And uthivs of this
t -a. 'sk, to Ik tiativr up with
Vb. a- t14' e.44hjilu. awl he will at
OW .a~. r-h-'434h1tiE.?I liar a special
000.. 1*a %0 4. I* t. % ill$- about .-ilat
4v-*wb 'to 'i.' o ,, i twata.Riiving the tf-n

10 6" 4 OWIt A aA I WOU I s ix or even

~ I..'. as at be- fair will be
e,.t.~~~ be..e-~.ought t hat t he see-
aw iea ill far eir-omt thomost
jWW*.S''i".'r 401 f. bo*t .r'thing will
%a*, tow-Pv pi.e -4 in ro-adino-ss for the
p' *h.. moud 'he- horses will have
t~mpmoves. e # tioeti ai..if&tie t h rack. The
loom ( uql. -W-lot 1je* tastosi and best to
op ismm-i ts 'to ia to. and this fea-
mv. almoit, -oiatil attract thousands to
< 060 '$to** I61t1, flsome (of Ithe best
bm ."- eso tho rl'.rida turf will be
ma k-~if- a WmW' nunibe"r of out-
Gbi *'q- b Sill Joe- th.-or.to competP
fto*be 11,20- lm.. m-
4"W ted tif huorw-!% thlait is ow sjok-
soo f.a- t*a i f5itorite is owned by
f4gqftowoo tousmm.1. Mason Ti-
am !*e*,h, I% atmlar-vlaa..at great el-
pee#** ai-I b vtwwt ma a "Lady L~ou.- In
#So-"6%g 'Wuc fiip. fupareer. the Or-
mmS4n psi"' has tho. following to say:
ThL. giva' ;maeititi mare..*ad
Jimmim roo.aerit of Mr ()R. Duckworth.
spet,' oi-ro'd tooi. julst season. andl
owba sn: *. rmuo' %%it h her in
w~ hefatvf-f* at our race meet.
lowiwei .PM to (N-ala parties. This
to no* fit. he jt..miet' pie-ces of horse-



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li sw ath *..* 1hli 'riustin; litartl.
ftr, -i 'h<,,i h. pilinc* ftr .e'rc' pray-

%o 'A I,0 e" *< T ba-rusc mart -
l int' -ap ii h h'r- i e'er '.ou

ing a' *.aM There thou r..{'
TY - b- -* .i&. li1a ana gi\e
Ssill *Suidtu*-' .a ;, w il\ mini.-
% t* i ati o- ***o 1 i '%aracie' refined.
A* ., it- it lt l 'n 0 0 li\e'
Ae-* ** a 'ti'iiaitt -th e '
1 s,, 4. 4, 0'1 i nii ,i,
W et ;1 -it ,,,r th all !1:-
el4 o-sbh *.k ih i ar t 1 i tII inl com-
lo i .ma'kmeet
t ,r l -, wn iata'idin.l day.

Ow* *ot, ...d' oh. Pa'her mine.
ai w* The lo\, .tiii nercy share.
tIa Thtoi i a .111nd keep :o":

t ml a* ' t cor at ion stne'.
M t Fi'ht.' c itoat 1t11 p"ayter

Sa bsv.. ",~

A ill*

in'Im t' 185losing day
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horse that
know 'that
*Lady Lou'
like 2:22, 1
faster. world
a number
not urged.


Commodore W. H. Beehler, com- From a prohibition document we
mandant of the naval station at Key get the estimate that the average
)UNTY FAIR West, has received a letter from the "moderate drinker" takes about four
secretary of the navy, which states drinks a day.
the commodore's request for $147.(00 Perhaps the consumption of that to-
With Headquarters. to build a quay wall around the new tal does constitute a moderate drink-
fill at the station is approved ard that er as viewed by the consumer of the
His Best Efforts congress will be urged to make the same. Perhaps if :he beverage be
necessary appropriation at the next beer or light wine "lmolerate' is the
ce session. This wall very necessary proper word to use from the stand-
to protect the fill recently mado. *:rd point of health. But from the standl-
seen in Orlando. and the it is highly probable, that the no,-',! ,tOint 0: th av,,iragea :'.nv s piocket-
beats lhr this season will funds will be forth, coming. .book four drinks si'll iinnioud,'rate in-
he has been in the race. I The (igar maniufact:nte's are cal,!'gl dulg'enc'.
has a record of somethingI for mPore help from :he cigar nii;.'r-, Fo1'I drinks a day n.,ans a .'xpen-
but has been miles much andl every availahl,' man in 'oVwn i:; lditilt of frti "f2'i (t i2 t :S T iaLi' a d(ll-
king out here this summer now working. Tet!!:,,rary qut.l'!",i' ar a day, and that nM aIDs tronm $*; to
of times in 2:17. and was ha} v 1. ,n secureti tor .very a.r i.-y $15 a mimtli. anild That illei- I:'m!.i $72
She is game, sensible, qui- destroyed and thoe- ,a. aged t;or l- to $15* a 'year. It is equival'i!t at thie

ot and a great road mare, and we con-
gratulate the Ocala parties on her
The exhibits that will I),' seen on
this occasion will compare most fa-
vorably with, the s ate fair to be held
at Tampa later on, while the amuse-
mernt features are all that could be
asked for. The association have con-
tracted with one of the largest con-
cerns in the north to send high class
attractions and the space allotted for
their tents will aggregate about three
thousand front feet along the great

paired, anI the' daily output of cigars
is very large at pr>, iT.. Orders Iha.r
ben coming in in t;biundance sili.,
the cyclone, and ( h' h;.lidaay sea,-)an
will exceed those >'t L it, pa.s: f w
years. The e'nera at. en ierpris cf
the business men in securing new
sites for the fac'io'.s s wa.- i he fir:t
work done, which now eialits ih,).)-
anls of (igarmn'tkrs a-id clK-er m-i-
i loves in getting g w."-k. The city's re-
co\ay frc n the disa-,,' so fair as t'he
city business is 'oniicep 'd,. is ler.iark-
able. No city in the United WSates
has ever distlaved greater activity in

higher figure to the year's rtnt fmor a
te'lien -nt apartnnlli"it, to imor tlitan tihe
(. st of a iiarritedl man'z s lod'( .i to tlie'
prl)'emlium on a $5.,110 i ;nsurancl Our idea of a really i io l''raiet d;ink-
er, looking at 111lt matatt i fr:) Ii t ,he
.- laindpjoiiit of" tih' avi ra ; A.\!ni'rican!
incon 1 a ild *l iiaiLaZin 1 all oit)!t'ro( er-
sites as to lI(alth or Imorals., is a lman
who tak(s. lno1 t 1 (o r drinks iri. t.,. :Iy.
ibut one drinllL in about flo;.r days.-
New YoIk Mail.


In visiting Ocala the people will gelltting back to normal condition. Al- The' .~,tiih. '~ i 'vtw' sv,: te "
have the opportunity of going and re- though severely hurt by the storm. 'ent. of rthl total are'a of ill,' nitle
turning the same day if Agent Good- Key West will emerge from the ruins StLn;es. conitains laboful fioty-tw\o per
win is successful in getting the extra and step further forward than ever be- ct'it. of (the total forest are,'a of the
service, which he is now at work fore in her history -Miami Metropo country. The for"'st art a by states is
upon. .ihs. as follows: Alabama. 2 I.iale.ei li(P acres;
For this special occasion the city Arkansas. 24,2'>. will be gaily decorated; the mayor WILLIAM J. GAYNOR'S CAREER .,,;: (Gtorgia. 22,0,.ae.01t ; Kentucky,
has ordered a reduction in the hack ____l..i"; Louisiana. ,1;,510.41i;
fares and by visiting the Marion William .1. Gaynor. who now be- Maryvlan. 2,.2',.ai; Mississippi. 17,-
County Fair you will see a great deal comes mayor of Greater New York, 50)aaM0: North Carolina. 1..61p.a0,i)a;
and not be "pulled" as you would to was elected on the strength of his South Carolina.. 12.,,l-,0.,,,,: Tennes-
visit other places. | personal record as a jurist and his see. 15.li00I.a : Texas. :',.'.0,i.; Vir-
The fair will be in progress for stand for personal liberty and a lib- ginia, 14,ow.00,.il ad \West Virginia. 44.-
three days. November 24-2r'. and it eral Sunday. Although the Tammanv I1-"" a
promises to be the grandest event candidate. he maintained throughout The south, it will be' "-,n. has still
ever held in central Florida. and an the campaign that no boss shall die- mulch of the virgin for's; ()of the couin-
example that could b", followed by tate to him, and one of his favorite Itry. This forest nust he' 'isei. of
many other counties of the state to in- remarks was that if there was to be Cour-e, in ord1r to neet 1 Ti,'- steadily
duce settlers to their respective com- a:y swallowing between him andl the t'xplanding wants of this section. It
munities.-Gainesville Sun. tier, h e would ultimately ia fo uid llilst Ie ulsedl ill such a anin*r,, how-
()n the outside. w'.er, That th ItII (" V :10> "i',V )(' nl:ltel
(;ynorv wtaS pronlinontly 'll,,ltiond fro1 l its annuaI l amu?. \1hil,, at : il sal'e
FLETCHER'S SUGGESTION i',n ri. ,(.m his cu is b.ing rlplacl by nv
as almoiaocratic vice pr'slia- '1 ti's-
-,rowth. Iltl his wav its thii ' r will
Senator Fltchlr mak.s a .l;i:al s ilit y las: \-ar. and inll '. i: I h r' (- i h. Ii ,h va .-Its ti i,"a ill.
il il o' i o i i i re-nin i 8 .tilr'' I lhll i at .
S 'sggeslio wwhen he says that th', Pan- T'". T ien1i. rtanli' 'm l 'or. -' 'ai,'lii-
i. rn'l,'i r ol N,-w vY rk. ie 11 a- i l '1
an a ;!:lant. wien' A ; work is finish .L. a ,. ;i -a-a.liid;Iat.a or 'i r.: o:" *, N -'- ;it4 ll to .t ti; l Fi iii i,':' t'e i. t-l ai m :. I
should be s.-'d for th.a- ]ii l s, oft e\' Y'i >k i"i| \f r s a s. 1w. s l frsta l .1. '." Ief '1*. ",' '' of -ou. !
enllding oui \a tt'rI\\;y' inxiii)t;-o\ 'i i nt.- ihi i-etlf t a *' 1o: l a a t ll i i h l i i i .l i ,.1 ' a 1 )e1 .-
in ; i- co ;ii try C n tll K.ntilg ont! iil. s F' 0 ,] ,- *I , ,, ;y :" ' of t o ) t 1
n d t ,h ,t .\ n'?l. r w i t h a ". i n, l, e ; :'\ i l l l io{n: i : s ( ,".- ,-
the Aloloil' Rel is- ter sa : o to \ 1. 1 i Il- r, ,
ill l'o> -,* i ; l i f t :l l < 1 ii" ..
"That is sniashiinm all r o d-. a t a :''d \'t Ia \ -h': (.i [t;* 1 '. i, )1:t- i is -
W hen nilachiine iv has laeena ust',ed onil( ,,ltt (,, ; ir now \ el' I li il Ili1g l .'v "'l'a ia' I" l']' fI tIhis
it should be allowed to g.o to ruion;. o rt i c ntr-. N )nI is til
that the steel plants and iachiiiar-. a% ii'-:a'ei anii tilh :e al,. otf .ia:l, (.i l i N. a, is th,
makers liaV ei more proe its." -init .I p o-(-tlo ll ('ion t he, w;- .rse-,..e ,s ic.h
Ill\ ill S111it 1,8} 1P"11ii !,"h' llr', t ol
nort illn ately the R ,gister s sal- xxi S lit' '0\ l'l llivl Int v r to
(.n-Il .0it' *' ex'Iens.' of 1'pre'violus pri'a- MORE CONTRIBUTIONS SENT TO ihni all Iliani:li ritill'ill: *, ; clientss
lict's of tI e gol e'rmlHeiit is 1'ot liul, s KEY W EST i;n the' lietil,' ->I' : i i',,)r t i a ,;a -
severe t ian just. 11I we jtlil e 1a I ll f--- t!' t. ro 1lo s ith, lit. ; l;;i' 1'.wi"' I!
ture l by the pas;. the govern lili.t'll' l. e-I a .I. <-: l.-itle. '- li ',1 the ll !t l <1'liL t 1oa ;i 'l,'' r -, ,',,,i s 'wi! l
when the Panaim i canal is colm plh ei.. ar I rIC! o S. Sta'ilt e'rL' & C o ).. :tl 'tt ,, e ,hli '-, 2 ., .I ;.h : ,c'' ii
will sell to some 0 rafter as scrap ironl i!t at'e -:;i,'l- o, liis l' r.ia from Kl '' '
the machinery worth hundrls of .'- h, t' s-;be itio ;,, o f,,fi -n'_ 0
thousalids., for noIot imoe l1halin ,a 1iii/
Sir 'ha' Kel' 1 :t sulT''rers. .\;r SAVE YOUR TIME FOR PLEASURE
on dollars. Il, will buy. for a fv. Mliss 1)or-n \ hi',. N 1 In
thousaa ls what will be woltih o hliint! r ac'halb,' i g was in K '. W\ st n lita -I r,.e,' w ill ";I(),);. ',,, S ( '. a,i ,,
hundreds of thli msan ds. a ind then *i ;;, !1 -' ;. i
governnu i lt will hu laioy l r "liw!h ..i o, ta .' t i '' - ii ll t .'ia. fi.j ('all d a awrv ;!''. "a I 'l a .
thousands e, q itii ie'l is w t a i is o i n t l. e il i; ) .. ) I lIs. il ;i;;, l ; h,'' il cli a:
.OitS s0oli11' it d1,sijt 'd. :' -, ial('ijt
very lit le m o rt't h an that v 1 i tI t h etl iti ai o oi 1 i s] ;lia a" :, ", :i: j .\ ( i r ,Oell l petl'itt :iP i '' ,,,;
threw away for a ,oun t'i'tli ha '\ '. l'e' i'ill'.u ''i i." e', -- ;'v.; s. "
In this way li governnit ti ll .,nt. NOT THE SAME JCSHUA
play into the hands of two :'aft.,s- a t. ____. ,._..
one who wishes to lbuv pllrolT"'tv a- ,!h rii t s tal' ,ltitirL al i'l lwhiil 1 i!-
one ip r cent. of i;s value. and th oth- (a f'-r' wit i ili' it' fund hit:- :
er who wishes Io sell it goods fo-r lift.y 'iis-osal. h.lt th, i,, is ,.* t 1: ,-1
a-tateIl.IllOT W, n it, value. t W e t c10111 I tha
petr cent. more i.' lin ii valte.1111 f ill )l (i k (l t1 ,lh t!'. 'e:] l,* I c.l sI l it 'i. l t ai it
judge the, fiiture by Thle past. we hac1 i lil < i-lpan. y witl David Sch -i, the tx criy a11 pl a, ': i, .r;,. -;l (iri
little hope that tlhe governnenwlt ill i *able' rt-ll s ltat ive o" Tioaci,. L.esil:. ssile( il
neglect an olppor.tunit\ of .a:ifyin M.11r. S'ach.'l' e.,-i' l(a.eg a of t.,1 'ia as ia. 'l.y (f Ala-
ama iar.f"-w ia\,since. "(On, dlay an
two grafters- oth probably liberal c-'ga l t 't is aollddlilll, a son'. i, darke- f ways Il i' from the' a
contributors to the republlican cani- niess houses y yesterday afternoon: .aideli darkad was icittill.( t il f'on ho
paign fund. within a short ie had setil' i moaintaining an isict inder SUit still. Therein of
But why should bad precedents e tfollow-ing contributions. amnolltn.ang ta io itnalnng illicit aill. There
allowed" Senator Fletcher will make $5aa. which w as cabled last nii-iht toa
a name for himself and earn the :.ra:- Mayor J. N. Fogaity.-Tamp a Tii,- "" dhat s your na e larisone t
itude not only of his constituents. une. shambling black man.
but of the people of the nation at h 'Mah name is Joshlia. jedg.' was
large if he will keep hammering at MORE ABOUT KEY WEST M n
this idea until he so effectually drives i
it home that the grafters and the Special Treasury Agent Kemp has Joshua, eh?" said the judge, asa h
friends of the grafters will not dare visited Key West. and he told the peo- Are you that same Joshua spoken of u-
to make their deal. ple of Florida through yesterday's in Holy Wriz-the Joshua who made
At present we have a president in Tribune that the conditions there are the sun stand still?'
whose sood intentions the Timnes-Ui- appalling and that more money is No. jedge.' was the hasty answer.
ion has the most implicit confidence. "twarn' me" Alfn ie Joshua dat
Acting for himself. we believe he is needed there for the work of re-lief. t. 't : Ahm ae Joshua dat
made de mooinshilie."' "-National
as square as a die. Biut he has shown Close on Mr. Kemp's heels comes Monthly. I
that he will nor act on his own con- Edgar .I. Stachelbreg, the cigar man-
victions when he has failed to impress ufacuurer, who saw Key \VWest the day THE POPE AND THE COMET K
them on his party. He is one of the following the disaster and siw it
best men. if his party will permit. but again a few days ago. Mr. Stachel- It s-.ms .that rno article can be-
he is a republican, first, last and all berg is so impressed with the needs wriiien on Hlalle'y's cornerer without
the time. And so an administration of the situation tbat he gave the Trit- htiii tiitg in ;hl. of:-roli tot'y of the
that, if left to the feelings of its chief, une a check for $1ba to be ,n,: 1a hull which Pop'- C('allixtius III., so in'f-
would need no watching, will obey if Mayor Fogarty. in addition to hand- f.'ctuially launched, against it. or of

called on uto tae on its snouloers the some Iprexious donations made by the Angelus bells which we-re rung
sills of the republican party-a party him. He then raised $46; more to be to frighten it away. 01 of the prayers
that has always stood for the favored laddled to Tampa's donation. I which were' to deliver the- Christian
classes regardless of the interests oft These instances seem to sustain their world from the, d(eil. the Turk and
thie people.-Times-Union. dieclara'ions of the officials of Keyvthl' col -T The tru h-loving reader
West that ;tlhir troubles ate not over willth. reforme. te probably n mos; in-l
How seldom people think to bestowland tbar the yare not rolling in ;thi, tense ly -surpri'd -when h e h-ars !hat.
prais. utaon those with whom they are sudden wxv'alth of excessive reli-f con-'a- a n actal fact of sober history.



Stands Like a Stone Wal
Turns Cattle, Horses, Hogs-Is Prsmlsgy hu iluums

Buy your new fence for years to come Get the i. heavy *irs. tihe
hinge joint. the good galvanizing, the exactly [hr,.mirtotied t tia. atv f tstr
that is not too hard nor too soft.
We can show you this fence in our stock and t-i it hrt, a, i,
superiority, not only in the rull but in the held. Lowe anad m as a"d g"
our prices.


MeMillan Bros.

Southern Copper Works

lanutacturers of Turpentine Stulls

and General Metal Worker.

Old Stili., taken in exchange r, r nw ,, .tf0 I' 11', i:,1i
through the country a specialty. r -,, v *., .. ,
wire will receive prompt att-iiOn at Ith*.p '
following workm,



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w ame time the Miami Metropo-
1 6 ab bee. making dire predictions
i 4arijg the diSculties which would
beet Mr. Flagter ia the completion of
aet Key West extension. In fact, it
ws seemed that the Metropolis was
edrt, worried to death for fear this
4*s s ork would really be finished
Sts Mr Flagler's lifetime. The set-
p c ia-ni, to the project by the re-
rt hurricwan seems to have tickled
lb. M.-t n-.arl. to death, and it re-
*, s.-. qt gratx danger of its abandon-
w-n aInjul- t l*#'vfully in an editorial
p.t.i-h,., ont- day last week under
tbe 4 al toin \VitWh: of the Extension."
Tb. staat*.-nfnttl itn the editorial in
qe*..-itbt r.'garding the damage done
, h* hb '* # lton ;are so studiously ex-
agertb'e-d thai' tLe malice underlying
*h. r i: uniunstakable.
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i i* l .ttipa TTi s ha.s taken upI 1..'
,:..f.i t tl (l tf the Miami Metropo-
is .i' is iig lh< inipracticability of
v FlA*l, r K*'\ West extension.

I to- I.' a il-:i it-l i byv the Met-opo- Il.tmaton of

I ..' 1 VWtiha' of the Extension':'"
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The following announcements were
received in Ocala on Sunday:
"Mrs. Royal Exter Cole announces
the marriage of her sister, Miss Ber-
tie May Williams, and Mr. Carl Lud-
wig Theodore Hirsch, on Saturday,
November 6th. one thousand, nine
hundred and nine. Jacksonville, Flor-
In speaking of the wedding the Sun-
day Times-Union says as follows:
"Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock
Mrs. Bertha May Williams and Mr.
Theodore Hirsch were united in the
holy bonds of matrimony. The cere-
many occurred at the parsonage of
the Lutheran church, and was per-
formied by Dr. Rahn.
"The bride was attended by Mrs.
Royal E. Cole as matron of honor, and
Mr. Hirsch had as his best man his
brolher-in-law, Mr. Royal E. Cole, of
Orala. A fe',w intimate friends were
iv,,s'n; at the wed(lding, whichh was ex-
(.-i dingly quie!.
"Th bride wore hern tir veliiii suit
of g ray c!ohli and larg,,- black hat. The

honor was attired in a blue
with which wvas worn a

black and white hat.
"'The- happy couple left inilnecliately
after the cer"-itony for a trip to Cuba.

For some months past the newspa- -
pers of the country have contained ac- The undersigned, intending and pro-
counts of the hook worm disease in posing to organize a corporation under
counts of the hook worm disease in the general laws of Florida, relating
the south. The state boards of health to corporations for profit. and the acts
have called attention to the rapid of the legislature amendatory thereto,
have called attention to the rapid hereby make and publish the follow-
spread of this disease. The state ing articles of incorporation and pro-:
board of health of Florida. unless we posed charter, viz:
are very greatly mistaken, has called The name of th corporation shall
attention to it time after time. jbe Ocala Fertilizer Company. and its!
Eminent physicians believed that if principal place of business shall be'
it were taken in its insipiency it could th Ocala. in Marion county. Florida.
e s p with its branch offices at such other
be stamped out. But there was one places as th e board of directors may
thing lacking-and that one thing was from time to time designate.,
money. Mr. Rockefeller had the mon-! II.
ed. He piously believes tha: this, The general nature of the business
money was given to him und:.- the to be transacted by the corporation is,
to mix, manufactuire. buy and sell
providence of God not to squander onu commercial fertilizers of all kinds
useless luxuries. but for those things and of all grades; to buy, acquire.
which will most benefit his country.-own. sell, lease. mortgage, or other-
men. If noting but money wa ne wise da in lands. huilinzs. stock.
men. noting but money real estate. personal property, and
ed to stamp out the hook worm in th! such other prope-rty as may be n.tces-
south. hli saw here an opportunity for :sary and incident to the general chair-,
the exercise of a great henevolnce. actor and condtet of its business. ;
r nt. are made o hin ta; The corporation will en(a,'e in the
A rgunio itt s are made to himi t ti uia sl
mixio ngitsIfacttre, ntuvinr and Sl.(- -
touch :- his l tter nature., so he (do-;ing commercial fertilizers. ftrtiliz,.r 4"
natcs one i!illiou dollars for the eradi- n~'iterials. cheinicals, phosphate rock.0
ication of thi- disease,. uano and such other fertilizers and *
It 1 0 that suh r(i materials as it mayv deem irofital)l. .
I1 s..>nts lo us that such generosi:y, *
;t will eniag ll' in h) inz. glin il g 4
ought tocall forth special praise-that and selling cotton and cotton se.,d. in I
in such hbeievolence there is nothing the crushing of cotton seed. and the

Dress Go ids

This season our buyer paid particue

lar attention to the selection of

the line under this heading.

Our aim now, as it has

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a* ,- x, r.-r. .a':on of the twaddle< They will be away bioutL tllv..e weks, sordid nor s.-i tish--nothing huit which 11 -la iactUt:ire 01 cot'ion se "1i0 e; l and t.. .
_ok( ni on ; hi' rtu t tl c i ll I:of cotton s'ed oil. P
,t... i.- t .-n tilh *:ock in trade eot 'nd on ;heir return to the city will IIe could bring forth i expressions of coni- .
SIt -;,I r I -) n t It will ent age in thii gs eral IIntr-.
h. -;* .-I ',.at dlo not want to see at home to their friends at iheir own n endation. chn ise businegsi It will enrale in r-
chan,lisc usi 1 'n,.s. It will -ntwage ill "
I', k \\ .t ,xte-n-,ion built. little home 1%s:' Walnut street. But not so. A distinguisheil divine 4 a general seed business. to ibuy and .
lut n.* Ii,. : th.- Timnes nor the .Me- '"The groom is a iprominilnt business ,1f (It' le M Ii:s church resents the to sell. flower. vegetable and farm
*,...tl- tIoi1 sill such newspapers put Maan of J.acksonville. and is at present gift. and see-, in it a hostile ftieling of Ist'ls of ,h all kinds. t
, .s. *i., sill ih td r Mr. Flagler from connected with the Knight ('roc.kery a deep-seoted prejudice against our construct such stone, brick, masonry.and W have ainds of dr
flusiait, thhi- stiupendous piece of Company." section. metal and wood works and buildings 1W1 h l
aork ahlit. will be so grand an Men who entertain deep-seated and necessary for the proper conduct ofS lo s 4
sit, .t>.. n, ian the face of obstacles DIXIE GUARDS TO NAME CAPTAIN narrow prejudices are not the men its general business. some. a yl
o.h 1:.tl|. ulin,.s naturally have diffi TO SUCCEED METCALFE who turn loose their money in ra hall have traowran tonostru an suit yOU an S
PIi it gratintlg the' idea of its pos- streams of charity. tracks, such as are necessary to the
l th 't' K4.% \\Wet Citizen. On account of the resignation of .Mr. Rockefeller and MIr. Rockefel- proper conduct of Its general busi-
('apt. R. Floyl Metcalfe. the Dixie ler friends have millions and mnil- noss. and shall have power to operate Sa les Will to
THROAT MISERY Guards wil hold an election on Wed- lions of dolla.,- inve,.-t d in the souih siune. it s ll.le hae power to buy. ae-
__- nesday night to select new officers. and are u.-in- their best efforts to in- real estate and personal property ne- aO N
ed Mow a Boston Man Got Rid of (n this same night the local mili- crease its population and enhance its cessary to the proper conducting of *
4 CdH n Throat MDiean e tary companies will be called out for values in every way. its general business. and to market. R A
o,ni.. d4id lilt- a world of good battalion drill. Tihe now olive drab We believe- tilat Mr. Rockefeller is sell. ship or otherwise dispose of its
,.ni dld u a world of good products. It shall have power to) op)-
*h., I had chronic larnygitis: in fact. uniforms will be worn on this occa- sincere in this benevolence. and that orate its factory, roads, mills and CA.
S, .I lt ar all the best sie- sion for the first ilme. The conipan- he deserve.s a need of praise. not only stores. i
* s'l- 'i a 1, i !it util as a bad job. i's will assemble livy or'ei of major from this S. t. sm' as ha (Croiwell Gibbons at the county ar- who rejoice to see ihe '"milk of kintd- The amount of capital stock author-
S** -i11 tilt- sanme as I had Criom,,zej is theG sum of Twenty Tlihousant
S,.,,? I. ..... ,)itt it htr things that 'nmory.-.lacksonville Metropolis. ness still flowing in human hears. )oIlrs ($'i iii sn i. which Twill he (diviti- ____ ... ... .... ...
,-t.,l. ,I,,, VW,:-' hd recommend. Mr. .Me,,calfet fornwrly rt''esied in Whihle vt. do( not condemn 1ishol) ed into two hundred shares of the par
I. ..: : i. a i :is city. Candle. tor w' think that h1,. too. is value of One IHunidred Dollars per .
sI since, and takes the posit ion 1 I sa re. Not less than fifty I'r c OTIC
i.,l'hasl-noEnsign anti Mrs. Robet Aihi hut- a l. .t of the authorized capital stock shall ,1 etaic'a hi lIt'' 2,'.i. U, i{,t,.+ r NOTICs I
S. , a ,' ha ppeii hd 'nsin and rs. R t All ur-h pronounieI so emphatically, ie- t suil)cribed for and paid for in cash -" D.. I' -9 .
1, :, r, ought Il lspit 'lolley i'- cause of t lt personal hostility a.atinst b t..for'e tihe cotmpaniy hall transact... l I 1 I..- Ii
1 moon most enjoyably in Ocala with l,. Rock, felle't,. but for his love ofm olderr its corlporate .tse l. any l,usi- .I. 1 1-t l i-tri< 1: !1 I
. ,, tten ., iu be ott groon's parents, ('o. an( Mrs. R. th so'th, ,e: we praise .lr. Rocke- ne-'. All of the authorized capital Notice of Intention to Apply for Let- .
'. w. 0 se t tft TSl i ii o "i i stock ma'y le issued and paid for at ters Patent \
I, ., , i d when Burfo(rd. lft Ts 1- av a4 Iltl( h)-n l or feller because it the existence of the such times, ant on such t,,'ns, ; Notice is ,,. i,.-I,. t, Ili t , ,
S I Boston. Mass.. where thy will make hook wor disease is a false alarm, Iconditions as ,t' board of directors t I,-sig ed will, ih. i -" d;t I, ., .
.. ,, : : v it.r ', their home for the pi'sentii. They and its agitation is an absurdity. Mr. may designate. enl r. A. ). *. ,, ,,
S* I .. 1I I n" t .: x- we're accompanied by Miss Mary Bur- Rockefeller is not responsible for it T.nor of th t i r 'l. "rfI
,ct :.has.se' 'Ihtii ida. Itr litIIits l,,tl l1 ..
a. t.. .. 4 -, .,.i t tit o S t foir(l. %hio will sail on the 1::th. for oriina ion nor its a station. The t'in for which ihe corporation lot the f-S,.en ,,r)i( o. ,, -,, ,
a ll a n, ,.* whv I wait.-:o witl Spain. Miss Bur d ford will travel with \'i.th1'r ri e exists or does not xis; of 'l i st iwho shaii y-ll ine years Th i- ,rat ion .a. pp ch rt r ,
Iarotldal of anxiety for time to tell a of fri ends t rouh Sain Nor- officers who shall conduct the busi This :he ;th do Olt..\ ,
ArI I -t of friends through Spain, Noi'- i th soil: m iln neither caste ): noss of the( corporation will be a p"e's- This .he ;,l ,i,, o I ',,
f I wa rall ure dor not. -E. A.wa. Swizerland and Italy until nex tract fro hi, Inevol e and this idnt vice president, a secretary, a I FFERT
S .-*. S- n' sr-..et. I stoturry.a She will the'n meet her s h full mt of reasI urer. and a board of directors n(ot .I. K. RISTIAN,
t .. I I it. sp Fpruaiy" aer a('('c 't, ,) hix the full n f xeding s 'e ill ni'. All oK ilISTI N
t -h ll,, .0' I h cousin. Mrs. Edward Cade. formerly praise tha' -ti'h ita enevolence e diwhom shall be elec e by the stock- .. 1. TAYI.OiR.
MH 'tie l in iun i iss Agnes Burford. in Italy, and will serves. holders at the first regular meeting W. D1. (' RN I ...
lhak. iha|' .i..- it is a $1 outfit. attnl accompany her to her home in Alsace. Iof the corporation and yearly thereaf- P' I. \AIT\I. NN
1i** h' I ''. ":t''- aIli antiseptic \' .where she will visit for some time be-, TUDDOR-TORIAN tor. The secretary and treasurer may ],.-29- t.I-, ', i,
r I a,' ~ ll, promptly relieve aund fore returning to America. ...,ra Torian of Lees or may not be one and the same per- ,
%Ili...:.tl et <-atarrh and all or-, son. T of SHERIFF'S SALE
cu,--.ca,.n.itl -te,,.'t.tarrh antd all or-i aIarried last Sa:urday morning to I'r. The first remtgular meeting of the SHERIFF'S SALE'
,ser..* '. -.4'.'- tof the throat: andl The "New South Farm and Home oralt p- ,
-Veni. Tudotr ( Augusta. Ga.. Rex. NI.cor')oration to select permanent offi- -nlr aind hx xirttiin gif till i \,-' ) in .U.: t ,
.... i. ll. 1*- ives great reli.'f Company" is fixing up its offices in Kinksley officiating. cers. shall be held second Tuesday in tion is anld )i it of atil und. .:' .
.. *tn i... t.. S.old by leading tine shape and expect to soon get Mrs. Tudor is the only daughter of farch, the circuit cou, i a, ; \;; ;
.,. '" ahl,. ..ndt in Ocala by the busy. Our prediction is that this con- The names of th officers who will county. Florida. dat., Nl .n, ,. t.
H. L. Torian. Leesbrug's popular citY contiduct the business of the corpora- l t
io..',,(t.. 1 t,-" '.41it, pany is going to accomplish great Iarshal. Shl was a young lady tion until those elected at the first loi, in aitain c'al- wh -. i
-- -. -.-. -- good for our county, and we hope that whoe winning disposition made her regular eetin are: effort wls ('. i Ilaintif1a n .l '
its whose winning disposition made heir a Iregular meeting are: lM. M Frt is iI'f-itd I h ItxiI
it will be successful in its efforts. president; J. K. Chrian vice dresw- l o
it &be s s in Ls o favorite. antd s- will be greatly miss- sdent W K. Carn. I .c and will on -1
hat it will locate many families in our aon :h. un people of lees- Taylor. treasurer. and .1. M Mefft,.rt. J. Monday, December 6th. 1909.
I 1 county and will coin many dollars for burg. Mr. Tu"lb is an expert electri- K. Christian, W. 1). C('armn. E. I. WVart-th, saltli Is ing a I,-.ial ,lo- ,l, ..,
me 'itself. The laborer is worthy of his clan and ha.- ilst s.curel a lucrative mann. F. W. Bishop. .. If. Taylor. di- duti'in tle, al honr sof It *. .
s.ita h mi3fy 9 = r M hire. t rectors. .for sal.' at til,' wi-st ,ol)r ot tit. *,)r-' I
lr tanach nisery, o0rstrot hire. position ot ;i. I-nitel States govern- r house. in Ocala. Florida. ;et II ct
e .haing, and. cure all -omach dis- hei O 'Is l rit ;mttl t* II ,,i
e y b lthin boo i ttab* w i men: w or-.s .' 'tPanama. After spend-i The highest amount of indebtedness t hi he't .'id best IlI , ah
a= 0 ru [ 1 eMr. anittles i.f1dganhc o ing a I. -v .g:< t .it i frie-nds in Augis- or liability to which the corporation frolrlox ig realari-n -l FIr al
left y sterda ta Mr. and ..e:- Tudor will go direct c an at any t inth a stubjct itself will he .woperty. i a lf if ) 1N ll ,, ..
Reapportionment Texas. This t;i ehe' goes to accom- Twenty Thousand Dollars ($2i,).,. ,a.. o -x T n t thal ,jti ,,l,,n ,
planty Mrs. Badger Iack Paania- l.t- -,lirg hConiercal. H VI. .-' i'a tt-r. Xc--i i lilt, i.t.l
pany rs.r e Torian and family lived in this The names and residences of th. lh' north'. t art, r, m -.t r. Irih .
S 4. .io.' ,' it IoIn of tile' state of says that the Lone Star State is mak- i h 's whil ir.i Torian suscribers and th amount of th ,
S... 4 1 a provision as sol- ing wonderful stridetsl. but measuring '" O l t hih. T a tlsit s is tri,,bed by m'ach are ix pari, ha. i il ,t, ,.,
t ,, .. ain\l iothe'r in that up olne way and down another. it is ci arshaas follows: r it, of 1hi. n 1 ..h hal f s ,> I fTh
.T. N. Meoffirt. Ocala. Fla.. t \"es' q trt r l;.1 -ll t th if i )' ,' )
- . It i h) ee i en openly no better thai n ou oown sate, antl as IMr. Wallace. a sis:Oer oi .MI. \-. share rin s hai. 1 ;-! !. h ; .
, 1.. t," ,~.'1\' ,.,ar- h.v the our hlands are niore in rt.ach of tlhe (" .Iffo ,sTs. i.- paying him a isit. p is ,. I1. Diclk on. 1Mc lntosh. Fla.. ten t r' ir t,,-t S .. ,i tl ta a rt c h a rg e d p a r- p o o r mna t ii is th e le t e r s tat;i fo r h.sI i t ) (ca l t i. a n o f sh a re s i'' q ta Ft .r h-i', .r .-e1 lIt -l f t '' 1,
4 I .. ., 1 tnt- : lll i'nlnxlitl nm l vwIto wan sll a hN iie. VI 1. K 'Chri-,ian. M clnto-sh. Fla ten "t' )i. ,i t .;' '*, ". ,
gi'1..0 t'iitdt* tir t. t'ol, t r lie h I isti.ran181ao f-a '
1,- ...i. : ,y St, lsdd. \rx refer ho has E i | . WVa n a tian it. (itra. Fla ten fe 'i;st ;r t*': itf tli',- -mi ..- o i .,,t '
... ar'it'-l.- 7 This pro- 1 p f -- i a NOTIC share's. .it the ,r I i, ,
i -. I' -' .. t. it; e t hl: di :a.t,,..en spendlinL ti e ipas: s .ex ral t. t11 T o l0 () O('r.ala. F la.. teI ,, .st quart -i (it T .t it i lie' ., '.i' I
i.l ... i l.a,,,;.a and, N,\-w York Il the ('irc'ii Court (ot' 11i, Fifth .indi- h,.'. s it iw.- i it L -

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k. t 1 i. t* I pr,\ isions ot
S .. i, -j,'- r io'I( ll ent inl
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... ,i. .,! 'hi.' blod ,il m ay
., a- po.--simle' truly
-*'., ... II thi.- plain provision
.. \ -hotld it lit' sup-
.. Id"' tIIlithe con-

-laix arri' d hol .x Mo onla. afternoon.

I I. a n, ani d n;a; Il r.
.lrs F'reierick A Fo. arri'ivei from
Ith roit. M ich to s't,\ tI1r ':,'* \\ iii'-, .
-' 'stl ; Ri\ er New

Mis .Thomas C. Thompnip-on las r'e-
:irn-i' l 'I' ''r hli'uet' i .;aic -<'k t \ ill-' a;t-

Im ti

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., : : e poltt- that
.. ', ,*, i.'w st'tllers aret
S 'I... .' ai.d in thet lan-
t ,, "''v' .' .'" t'Rsi'\l :. they

-: ,.-|ld t i.m i interesting

M1r. 1 M j ;;raahaim (Oninint't1i, of
'hle Mario'n CamIp o' Confdt. '1r.itt' V,.'-
t';ill. \was a Tuesday v is'tr li,
s;avs t'ati th' farnw.r'- are'. '-ill ie.-
wailing thlit continued an td ,nusuaiaI

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cial Circitil of Florila. in anti tr \V I. cart Ocala. Fla twen ny-five
Marion Couln:yv--Il Chatleery',. ''.1Ot,
Morris F la !' o'. Com(' lainan:. \.-.: F. W i.-ho<,. Anthony. Fia.. five
Elizatbeth Lare-. Defendant --(rde'r s;,r,
for Con-trtuctive# Service'. I. Cii hazi l (c-!aa.a. Fla. fivt-
It is ordered. thai the ,def-n.iani ; '.
h. rein nani Te,. To-wit: Elizab-)eth .lak lIro i Oc't.!. Fla t ire-
I x. n A hI ,:hgrh ib r m irol

ss goods.

ard. We

ou money.


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L arI g e ". I a n ot 1 t[ ,hi s 1 i t i r ri i .l. )q r! 1h !-._ .. ..-... ... -. .. . .
to appear to the bill of complaint filed T.p (;;,-. Ocial. F-'la two shares. ,i Ot 1l pri>;l '- ,. r.. i ,, -i
in this cause- on or before 1 i. W il'.y. F-..s n.-+ntn. Fla.. three t. l"',.. u Ii 'Li i -' i" t
Monday. the 3rd Day of January 1910. sh r. isc l'.ioun wi h th| ii..,-l, r;,,, I ,' , '
It is further ordered that a cony) of .\ I lzaa. I;tIa. Fla.. two shares. nli th-. ;'<, .. l-~ .- l,. o) .I x'
This order be published once a \w t,, W N. (c'am O '
for s consecuti,.- w.-eks in th. Oc;l. ('lare-nc (amp. Ocalai. Fla ten iI:' im Il.i i ( ,l -'' I
Banner. a intws;iaper published il -.t +-.. t 11.- ; ai'l I; sai., collun antl state. .1 M. M MEFFERT. .Se-al m I- It 1 \
This .9th tday of Novemlmer. 19'1' L.. DI(KS )N. (Seal.) -;' .i ,-i!., ,t T' .. i. ,
S. T. SISTRuNK. .1. K. CHRISTIAN. 4Sm-al. ,, ,T'" ' s- ,'tt ,, *, -,
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion (Co. Fia. \VWART.MANN. iSeal.) 1 -rn'. !,r. --e -' ,- 4
By M. F. S:minit-r. I NC \ D (c \RN. -. i ,t ith '' r. ' ' .
EDWIN S'ENCER. .IN(). TA.YLOR. i. ,al.m '" r; ''; i-,- t -
Conplainant's S(lici'o! i-1 W l ;ISHOP. sSeal.) i.-i -, '
1.0 'IS R. ('t \ZAI.. S, l.> '
NOTICE .I.AK I-: PROW N. Se-al, ",K.' : ',.. -, . -
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No'1, is h.r.-,-. ;iv n thn at: A 1.. IZL R.R *Se-a!. -
'o3'ard of coitllvy .nii mission. rs l in at .. .J10S. 1.. W ILEY S,"al.!. .- f \ '
for Mai'i i,n co(.it :,y. Floriia. will r \. N. (' \MP. iS(al.i .
S ''txvi ho ii. iC a ... the NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.ALt ,,n\i,-', it \xct,!) ho 'i ; To r r*-- n -~tdi! ;; y a ,i...;.- ..d .h '-; m he fh- N TO
so vec' a an, 'im e as 'he' clie'' Cflni' i;:.'!, .-ri .eid :ithority. J. ,i. M ,'f
from th courts This right of r,-er'e .. K. Chrisitan. H. I.. Dicksoli. EF. I. No: .-i- I ', '
of 2" :o be' for Th,- construction ar.d W artnt;'t!,. .1 H. Tr, lo". W I). ('art- i'ors. ,:<'; i:- .-- "' -
maintenant- o har,! roads thio;i "r F. WV. BihI)op. IL. R. Chlazal. -.ake sons 1.aa'.: t: < tl:i t -
),.it ;he comu 'v. The- boar, to rese-'r. -Brown. \V. T. Gary..I. 1.. W il-y. A. l..- ate

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Bouht Northern Factories-$15,000,000 Price Paid-Can

Now Fight the Trust.

Th. Marquis' de Bretueil and her
t6*s, l.atly' William Gordon Cum-
Imags formerly known to American so-
**to as the beautiful and charming
.a:we r .iri.s. made' a deal in this city
rEai d tl i, connect ion with cotton
*ot il' o.' c iti- hat may. it was said, rev-
, ti ,.c i*.. 1 i. inIlu.-iry ill this coun-

S., -ndicat'li' of southern and ea-st-
* t'. *tlln mill tonIi t rs they soldl the
' ... oio n i p!itu gt >osm s imanufactories
is, *'. i lrtnte:-rn part of this state

combination, which will enable the
cotton men of the south, to compete
with the big trust in the New England
states, so far as their print goods arc
The announc-ement of ti l sale of
the Garner works was made yesterday-
by Lorenzo Se-mple. of the' irm ot
('Coudrt lBrothers. Mr. Seipleh. how-
ever. did not nltnion lie fact tlhait
these' Lei res.,'- themselves had taken-
a prominenllt art in the negotiations
and that l 'y lhad returned to this
Oit~ir native, la ,i for hti lfirs; lin im h

* bi i th. t i:iheriied from their fath- almost ifte', n years to carry them
Si tillimn T G;armir. who. with hisi through.
*il hi. briotheri in-law and a guest. Three Daughters Inherit All
*in. dro41i' nd by the capsizing of his At the death lof Mr. Garner the val-
iai ht Mohaitk in Ntw York bay in iu' of his estate was estimnatd at $1,.-
lel 0iruiA. e. 1: consisted principally of his
Th, .ijclli.--it ion by thlie southerners cot i on goods factories. Tiho whole
( ih. ci.ont'l of these print mills wa. left to his three daughters, Mar-
*tlll it as. d.clared. free them from ccllite. Edith. and Florence. who are
sh. '..k.' c*f the big trust in the New now respectively thile Marquise d,, Bre-
iMid il.-tate-. and enable them to re- I a.il. Countess L eon de, Maltke Hliult-
dwe nma 'ttiall tilthe price of goods to fildt and iLady Williamn Gordon-Cum-
tib .. -'itu :'. thus probably nullify- ming.
Iti hI ,- fltec' of ihe increase in the For som' time after his death lhe
tai.f ; ii f the' cotton print goods estate was managed by the lt, ('cuiors.
ruat: .t, :***.,liic. with having indue- Then i; was incorporated., tIhi heiress-
v '4 nat. tHriM chi to force' through ',s. of course. liollin-g ;ill b11u t a iw
,, -, sh ie'.. Under this form i it ias b enll
Price of Mills, $15.000,000 op(ratedl lost -t-C'--sfully ev(r
I i,. ,tr whli 'h the sisjl rs sold -since. but the' titled hiiresss'., i, was
th. mil!' e. .Lich employ about ",.- said last night., are becoming iire'd of
l.o., h.at.,1- w.% t1o di-closedl officially. he in*i cotiitt-c(ed with iirade andd in ad-
i t- .d.i ,i l.;1\% b''-11 inll the nleigh dttii .iare( desiro .ll (i ffree-ing hell-
*1t ,. 'c $ c.0,T.h r*. The p|urvias- s'.l\. tfronm th'. care ail trouble inci-
S . 1 .11.ati of eastern and liiiaIl iot ihh ir position> as owners of
. 't .. 4 1 :1il \n n :s who by atcqui- a, la;e' corporation. For this reason
9ij ,,t r.rl A t Ohin-s ercat property will. tilvy dt- cided 1o get ridl of the mills
;I ~ .. sald i> Wall Street yesterday. ai, ii 's'! theIir ilont yi itn SOI Thillg
prt 1t< .t11 1 re olitionizLe conditions in l t. will neC'Ossitate no suclh cxt-rtion
r' ,, '0 :h tit i0 Ion il anufactturin, alldi orry.
* diu'tn *in the' south. if not in the en- 'The Marquise de Brt;euil. who i.-
'tre s ,4utti'.r staying in the Holland Hous;'. last
Th'. i;rotimoli'r of the, syndicate night asked to he excused front the
,the t titirni oft Ue'ring. Milliken & discussion of tlie sale of the' mills.
t -' ctnni:.issiton merchants and the "We don't want to say anything
Stvi so fo .t laree number of eastern about it, because all the details have
.1 s hr the .,I1 s lhuti agents for the new New York World.


\\ ,t>,! oil 1' lil,' to se- the rosy The initials of Purn a Gortla are cor-
hi. I!. ;al'l i t 1e 1 lin the cheeks of rctly significant of many good things .
h t il 't n amounld i our table': \hiy Here are a few: Pretty Girls. Polite

*he I.i \, ,u'.:-,'rs het pale. bloodless
,. -,*'..- wht'n thi-. Florida climate
Ru&* t Ln.. *~i' lhm skip. jump and
* ,,. \\ h\ s,!hld the cht'eks b,'
*it' ,.* ,.' oniisult your doctor.
I :- ., la. k o' suitable' fod. reason
tbi, .. 4. 1 \\ hat aiouti the printed
.tar* n vof the health boards. that
im h 0,: thi- lack of color, life and
e'-hotl tis .!;:' "o the' presence of hook
wrn To lhcal authorities. includ-
ag t. ap.: i.t andl the teacher. should
e4,1v. rna', r'h the physician and the
.taI tMeald of health in such matters.
Sth.-' tenlthle, disease is so prevalenT
a* rhjria no false modesty should
-ww.,it the- fulle,-t co-operation. The
a.if-. ...-. r* nitlted to all the chance


A special from Plainfield, N. J.. to
the New York Press says that a hen
hawk and a weasel fought in midair
there yesterday until both, were injur-
ed fatally. Today Even Van Duyne
gave the bodies of the bird and the
weasel to a taxidermist. with orders
to mount them as they were locked
in the death struggle. The battle in
the air was interesting, and was
watched by several farmers.
The two enemies of the hen encoun-
tered each other when they were in-
vading the. chicken yard of Elston
Towbridge's farm. The farmer saw I
'ho, ha\\k circling over his pl;;'e a;nd
hurried out with his gun. TIhe lird
s',Votped (Io\vn anil started upward
with so IIthing in ilts lelaws. As it
Iros,' i! toIn h1t wildly to drop the 1 wea-
-*,l. w' ich it had pic'k d up. i \ i, 'ly
in mi-t ak e for a chicken.
The \\ oxasel sulkI its teeth iinto the
hiw\\k's bro ;st and cluntii tl'- 're. The
hirdl pecked frantically at the spot un-
<1, r its I- ft wing where the weasel's
headl was. The' weasel's body swune
free as the' birld tried to use its tal-
ons to throw ii to the.. ground. As
hei y fought the bird's tight became
erratic, and linnlly it fell to the
aromind. Vani l1Dyne. who had been
Nwatchin tIlh fight. rushed up, and 1
found ilt' co binl tants still struggle.. ng.
Thlt wex-a-el's bite soon caused thle bird
io diei, and the weasel had been in-
jure d so seriou.-sly by thel hawk's tal- I
ons that il. too. died. Van l)uyne
tilok ilht' lhiiies. locked in ithe w death
grapple. to his hlon'. ;anid hef is having
lt i l 11101111oted to show ho\v he 1)battle
\was fought.

*^ ^ There is
scarcely ny limit to ithe
po ihlcimprovement :n r ,.
but it takes. tUne ard. :-- .-. .'.c 'r .-
been improvi r flower '-.t.:
seeds for over 5 .yearz. :'" i ,i-,
rpeople r 0 wor-':- I . tr-
ceeds suit you. uyther t -' t -r..
Ycr .a!e evervw'1 *
FCRRV'S i190s SEEis a4'VL/:.
D. M. FERRY & CO, Detroit, r.;th.



.1. T. Tatum, of the firm of J. H. Ta-
tum & Co., returned Monday morning
trom a visit of several months to va-
rious parts of the United States and
Mexico. with Mrs. Tatum, who ac-

Pentlemetn. People Genial. Pure Gen- companies him home.
erosity. Plenty of Grub. PcrsinmmonsI Mr. Tatum's health is better than
Grown. Potates and Gravy. -'osunw.s it has been in several years. and he is
Good. Peas and Gumbo. Paches andlmore a Miamian. too. for with all the
Guavas. Pineapple Gardens. Pleasures grandeur and magnitude of the larger
Galore. Pointers and, Game. Prospects cities he visited, he failed to visit a
Great. Possibilities Grand.. Progress single locali-y so bountifully endowed
and t-rowth. Perfect Gemin. Phosphor-s- with naturalresources.
cent Grandeur. Plumb Gorgeous. Pa- Meio, Mr. and Mr. Tam
tiiotic Gilchrist. Peace and Gladness. spent t greater part of a moth and
Preah and Gospel. Praise God- were greatly impressed with the cities
Pua Gorda Herald. they visited there, so different from
anything in the United States. The
Just suppose for a mom. nr that the demonstrations at Ciudad Juarez and
f"Holy Rollers" had predicted the de- El Paso. attendant upon the meeting
struction of Key West insteilad of Tam- of Presidents Taft and Diaz, were
pa and had actually fixed the date of greatly enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Ta-
A _s.. ; -. a _


New Buildings and Enlargement of
Grounds-Second Show Will be the
Largest and Grandest Ever
Seen in Florida

The' buildings, and grounds of the
Marion County Fair Association are
much larger and, better this year than
ever in the past, and a great many:
new buildings have been erected f-)r
the accommodation of the exhibits,
horses, etc., besides two large separ-
ate grant stands erected for the peo-
ple to view the races and other sports

four weeks the mana.g.-rs of Thft ;a
sociation have' been at wo.k dl.,;
the day rolling and packing th.- r :,
while all niht lnhg tht. \ khe-p th. 1\
sprinkler at work to mniaLe 0 e..t ,.1
th,' best tracks to Ie' found i '
starT-. and it has r -i-n( l;i .,t
-son t ,en consi(!-.reel tIe fa.'i -t ita, k
in Florida.
The agricultural hall is a ..,.l',~r
1 -x4l) feet, while- th buileln % f ,r th.
colored exhibits is .lx ls f.l.t. at.! .r r
additional exhibit slia- is .trrami-Id
under the grand stand of .,",xl1m .M,
Iver & MacKay have .erect.e- a tibuil-
ing (0x4i for the-ir individual e*xhit-
it. tho office building is something, iiuk..


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