The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: November 19, 1909
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
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Local and Personal

It s pardoable for the owner of a
Mg uamae to build air castles.

Lafyatte county hasa joined the
" t eolman by a majority of only

Mrs. Astor got $10,000,000 alimony,
mam yet woeM-be cynics say marriage.
4d 't pay.

attending the
in Jackson-

The Montgomery Journal claims
that 130,000 Alabamians will lose
their votes in the election of the 29th
through failure to pay their poll tax.

Ocala has two daily and two week-
ly newspapers, an agriculturist month-
ly, a board of trade and a chamber of
commerce, so why should she not

One of the features of the Marion
County Fair will be "tag day." When
you are tagged it means a compli-
ment and will be done with the best
Intertious. The ladies in charge will
explain what the "tag" means.

Mr. C. H. McDonald and family, who
arrived in Ocala several days ago to
ke this city their home, are now
1eaing at No 71 North Orange

Hon. E. L. Wartmann, one of Cit-
ra's leading citizens, and also a large
orange grower of that section, is in
the city on business, and is pleasantly
located at the Park.-Times-Union.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin have as
their guest at their home on Plant
avenue, the former's sister. Miss Os-
ale Griffin. of Anthony, Fla.. who will
remain for a fortnight.-Tampa Trib-

The Ocala Weekly Banner, in order
to handle its increasing advertising
patronage, is compelled to issue six-
teen pa&s. Like old wine, the Ocala
Baoner Increases in popularity as it
grows older.
This paper does not want to appear
at all ocious, but if it is in order it
weaM suggest that a sign be painted
e the front of the market-or rather
Vwht a all along been used as the
t.t .ofthinc like the following:
"-tratnce on South Side."
The 0. K. Grocery has already is-
med lavttatioms to its patrons, and
fh whom it hopes to make its pat-
yw, to participate in a cake baking
6agngt, to be heM at its booth on the
Mai O0uty air grounds Mn Fri-
a, M ber 2th, at 3:30 o'clock.
pries will be given away.
tN contest will be something unique
@a original. Apply at the 0. K. Gro-
ery for particulars.

OAfpt1i1m for Rev. and Mrs. Harreion

The ladies of St. Mary's Guild gave
lt formal reception at the home of
|Ws. Robert C. Hare, at the corner of
.1tlth and Laura streets in Jackson-
mma.e ananr frv ft 2A to10. hin



The aldermen were all in their plac-
ies last night.
An ordinance was read and referred
to the judiciary committee providing
for the pavement of Main street, next
to the S. A. L. depot.

Two blocks of the paving on Magno-
ilia street was accepted and fifty per
cent. of the amount due on same un-
th WRK der the contract, was ordered paid.
SW O I i'Mr. .las. R. Moorhead's bill for the
curbing along Magnolia street was or-
S dered paid. and the clerk was ordered
l o l to assess the same against the
tLe only at i property holders, as provided in 'the
Petitions, largely signed, were pre-
Ssented and read, asking the following
named gentlemen to become candi-
)rug Store da:es for municipal offices:
J .lohn D. Robertson, mayor; Baxter
Carnm, alderman for the first ward;
" 9g-r1 IJohn H. Taylor. for the second ward;
F1orida i E. T. H lelvenston, for the third ward;
H. C. Jones. for the fourth ward.
The regular pay roll was ordered
-----****----------- ---- paid, and a number of left-over bills
Were discussed and some were and
'Tag day," November 25--benefit of others were not paid.
Temple Theater. Ways and means were discussed as
to the payment of bills that were due
Gainesville Is trying to have the and duly acknowledged but had nev-
early train service restored, and for er been paid.
that purpose has appealed to the rail- The board will hold an adjourned
way commission. meeting next week.

Mr. Otto Schwarz, who has been in
Savannah for the past few weeks on
the sad mission of attending the
deathbed rnd funeral of his father, re-
turned home yesterday.

The reading club held their regular
Tuesday afternoon meeting this week
with Mrs. G. R. McKean, and the af-
ternoon was greatly enjoyed by the
club members. Mrs. W. K. Zewadski,
a "--, -fi flh or t ^12 t .hu w pr.en-

a new member of the club, was pres-
Mr. James Kelsey of Stanton was ent at this meeting, and was cordially
among the visitors to the city on welcomed into the club. Spanish
Tuesday. He says that everybody on amusements, press and politics was
the lake is busy packing and shipping the subject of the afternoon's lesson,
oranges and grapefruit. He warns and current events were discussed.
people who don't want to work not to
ask for it in that section, as the Remember, "tag day," November 25.,
"bluff" will certainly be called. for the benefit of our new theater.
"Tag day," November 25.
Key West recently held a bond eiec-
tion. Public sentiment was almost
solidly in favor of the bond issue.
There seems now to be a general feel-
ing for local betterments,, and Oca!a: O
should strike while the iron is hot.
She needs sewerage and good streets. *
We believe the tax payers now wouid A T l
vole afnrmatively for bons.. 1

The cry still goes forth that Ocala's
court house and grounds are the hand- A
somest in Florida, and indeed are tun-
surpassed by any anywhere. Soon ti|e
oOcala Tuesdi
States government building and
grounds. We hope that the govern-
S at W w m I The Show this year is Bigger an
ment at Washington will make it ing position than ever before to
kind of experimental grounds for rare and rank, and to Amaze and Delig
and beautiful plants, and mike it. too, MANY ENTIRELY NEW an
"Tincomparable. mber MANY ENTIELY NEW an

"Tag day." November 2-5. aaSq S..- r ts X .% .,.-

Mrs. E. H. .Mote and Mrs. I.. W. D)u-
val left Tuesday afternoon for Palat-
ka, to attend the State Federation of
Woman's Clubs. They will be enter-
tained in Palatka by Mrs. Gay, presi-
dent of the Palatka Woman's Club.
Mrs. Mote goes as Mrs. William Hock-
er's alternate, and Mrs. Duval will
read a paper on "Household Econom-
ics" at the meeting. Mrs. C. L. Bittin-
ger, who is the delegate from the
Ocala club, also left on Tuesday for
the Palatka convention, and Mrs. J. R.
Moorhead. who is in Jacksonville. will
also join the Ocala delegation.
Quite a number of men were busy
yesterday posting circus bills in con-
spicuous places throughout the city,
and the fact that the circus is coming
is pleasant news for our juvenile
friends. We hope that the reform
forces that are at work will let the
circus escape and will not deprive the
little ones of a sight that is so das-
sling and dear to their hearts. Let
the children see the circus. It there
is anything about it that is at all off-
color they are too innocent to be af-
fected by it.

In Honor of Miss Griffin

Monday afternoon Mrs. J. Arthur
Grifiln entertained at a charming pro-
greasive domino party, in honor of her
attractive guest, Miss Ossie Griffin,
of Anthony. Fla., at her home on Plant
avenue. The decorations were in
green and white, a quantity of cut
flowers being attractively arranged.
IfarA waere flv ta hlea and the tan

The services at -Capulet were well
attended during the day and night of
the 14th of November. 19,9. The
house was well filled at night andti
strict attention given the preacher's
talk on the subjects of "Overcoming
the Evil One." and "-Divine Love."
The Sunday school is doing well. It
is held one hour before the services I
in the morning.
The people are very kind to the'


Then SUck To k.

Here .s something WE KNOW A ,r in Ow
bank draws others to it. IWy? How ? B ca
you have seen how easy it a to srt anmd wv' r *
find it still easier to continue by pumi &Mv .
spare in THE BANK


preacher and treat him to the' \.-ry -
best. God bless this ipeoplle in e\.tr% KUNZE GOT THE COON
The school at this place, condu'",ed Mr F', V t't ii h,' t,- *
by Miss Rou. is. we understand. doing Ntorth Main t*re*~ had a Ii' ,10a *

very well. It requires constant dill
gence to succeed in this work. She.
we think, is thorough-going.
May God bless every effort put forth
for the advancement of this people.

Remember "tag day."

Lafayette county has voted to li-
cense the sale of whiskey after one
of the most heated campaigns ever
waged in this state. It is sail that
the country was overrun with "blind
tigers," and the people decided to give
the license system another trial after
the county had been dry for several
years. The majority for the "wets"
was eleven votes.-Gainesville Sun.

A Song by Victor Herbert
A musical treat is in store cfr ev.
eryone who is fortunate enough to se-
cure a copy of the Victor Herbert soang
to be given with next Sunday's New
York World. It is one of Mr. Her-
bert's best songs from his wonderful-
ly successful opera, "The Rose of \l-
geria." The words are by Mr. (;len
McDonough, a famous writer of songs
and operas. Music by arrangen'ent
with the well known music tousw. ,"
Charles R. Harris & Co. Word. ..ml
music complete with next Smnia\

"Tag day," November 25.




ay, Nov. 30th

d Better and in a more Command-
maintain their unrivaled standing
ght Their Thousands of Patrons.


perQotit o.it,* te apt i'ranig a iAt ..To
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and it is ce.rtsatly a fe.O ***.*'o.4
piece of work *veryMdvy Ma *w It*
mentilg Mr laallt m nd r-agraebtng
the city. The Bammer thtisea va -,
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It Is deserving of a bigM biesq

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Dr. D I. Smith has rairmed from
Brooksville. wher he ewas rsisd .o
see Major 0 W Reas-. wnh *wam
stricken with paralysis of the l"ft ed.*
a few days ago The doctor kOrt' lb
sufferer somewhat "aster ad heb
hopes that he IIIll make *'**ad t i

All who haiv* proumitsd 'l as.' -P.e
"Tag Da)" for th,' -aeflt f th. Tor-,
ple Theater are r- qNsted 'o, n-. *,
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Waterways Convention
vlte this week.

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A Few of the Many Features You Will See:
Including Duchess. the Largest Elephant in the World

He is Five Feet, Ten Inches in Height and Weighs 150 Pounds. Has
Tremendous Strength, Marvelous Agility, and His Pow-
erful Arms Are a Wonder to Behold
-The Flower and Pick of Feature Performers of All Nations, In a
Program Extant, Startling Struggles and Ludicrous Revelries, Car-
rying the Spectators by Storm, and Wildly Applauded by All.

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We a0, coTvinced thatt would be Editor Harris of the Ocala Banner ri
aw t to find In the entire Union a dissents from the Tribune's kindly ad- 1r. Tomwnias Harris of this ct
S aI which the newspapers g vice to Representative lPrank Clark to :uth, Mhn.. and he write's that tIh
sWb h mstat, united, generous and oy- alm himself To hutt ffhe fre republa p t I pitl sti i
l tto-ylove ca "m himself." To shut off the fare-lcat
ed fhe dofth produce works. lay aside thet pitchfork and grip in the northwest,. and signs of
b pres of .orlda. :swap the scalping knife for the olive its disintegration ar' plainly visible.
Te facL Is that the papers arte too branch would., in t opinion of :di-Ile says that Senator LaFolltt is x-
S to to the support of move-r Harris. imean the political finish 1ercig a tremendous influence there
sawe .failing sometimes to give that of Mr. lark. "'lie would lose his and tll ih' jIrOr llOllti SOtll4lllt,
careful and critical investigation grip." says the manner. "lite would iI.. will ris, to take the place of l late
hbich should go before the expression mediately fall into the commonplace. ernr .ohnson.
o bc journal on any question He would le no more than a dozen or Saor Ahl,(ich l*s r*'t'(l visited
wha-h In likely to affect tlhe public more other congressileTn.' IItl Ithi. anid t hi, i hn. wiy ltie',I .)-
.'Itar. And it frequently happens, Then the" lltanner cites lhen Tillma:n l;th l '."\ri I he':a a r, .ihlh.i'n
that a wslea Paw r is forced to swallow ;and Tom Watson as examples of the ;i* t i s(' li Ipto M-..h Me-
much that is unpleasant in doing its .success of the pitchfork brand of pol- r t I.p,-e
duti a public journal. devoted to itics. The people "like giuger." s( its
t1- broader" and greatest good as is the unusual tht ;. W. e llarring hl(. In atlltis (if Iin.
against the support of measures and like to behold the volcano iin truption. t ai lk ('Ilanrk an(d i few others, what
aranct the support of measures and like the Napoleonic inetho 11d of the' l)uluth I'irah1l sl s sas unsO : lds itightv
prtntipl)e that look to the benefit of warfare. To whom frie-nd a. it) much like good ohl snol ,',iii tii'
tw few friend if he stood in tlhe way of his
Th-.. reflections are suggested by ambition: to whom all nment wre but doctrine to us.
wormns, to be used as stepping stones \Ve quote the articlel' entire.
th*. ,cht which is being made by the to success. Tliat's what men like." "Protected" Wages
remnamtision houses against the Cit- Dear Brother Harris, it is largely The man chiefly instrumental in
rt EKxchange in this state, and inc this a matter of teniperant'iii. There are fastening upon itl I'atlioll hii. new
rumeetion the correspondence that times when one likes the lurid gran- plrot'ct ie tariff latw is N.lkii W\ Al
(dri'il. I'litil State'.s ,eiiifii I'hi
hau taken place between the manager deur of the volcano ail other tinl.s i odt, slal ii ti l. ats f mhi z*-
otf 'li- change ant the editor of the when one prefers the steady. restful public in ta(cl.
Ik ala Panner. glow of the lights of home. The itman thode IslanI. .r Allrlclih'l state..
Th.'re are onme features of the ex- who is stirred lhv the awesome rush n()" 'l.\ i tIhs' ('(ial!i n1 '' of 1lta;
change plain which did not appear en- of Niagara delights in it but for t lie t' it it lyint a, ;ill, I til sAllt
sitrly good to the Metropolis, hbt the once-the ceaseless roar of the for- ly priotvec(td lsi;t,.
le eral plan seemed to insure better- rent deafens and disturbs-for the The thi'ori'y of thil pr'oiteliv i.tariff.
met to the growers as a class. And continuous performance, Lo turns h loiy ipol" \hi ,h i tias I '.,d
aaln there were certain managerial with relief and contentment to the liicy ofi k 'eel, it ih f i srev e a
again tre t a th re I o t 'to in of thins nation, is that it serves
Ipotcs calculated to arouse the re- gentle purling of the peaceful brook. to give e'nploynilnt to andl provide
matmenat of the newspapers, since In his political preferences the high wages for American lahor

they r espood so ulerally and with
such splendid spirit to the encourage-
meet of the movement.
The Metropolis is. therefore. in the
humor to stand squarely with Editor
Harris of the Ocala Banner in resent-
tax t h$ gratuitous insult offered the
prews of Florida by M. E. Gillette.
maaag.er of the exchange, in which he
*"The trouble is that s-o many in the
state have been bought up. body and
hbre"ches. by the commission men and
buy.-rs. urtil it is impossible for the
organization. built up for the benefit
of the growers, to get in a word edge-

The complete refutation of this
tatemenit is found in the circum-
stanee that the Citruh Exchange has
a press bureau which sends out mat-
ter of quality about the worst that
ever came from a press bureau. It
is not Interesting. and yet the Florida
papers have been publishing this
staff. the Metropolis included, moved
by the Inclination to help because the
movement bids fair to help the grow-
ers We are not acquainted with this
Oflette. but it looks as if he is a mis-
t., and the exchange might do well to
ship him.-Miami Metropolis.


Thre is an old adage that when a
afa wants a thing bad enough, and
weats it long enough, he is bound to
gt it, or something to that effect
And this applies very aptly to the
lialess men and citizens generally
of Gainesville. They wanted and
wanted and wanted for a long time, a
sesaet and convenient schedule which
e*etals of the Atlantic Coast Line ev-
Mently had it in their power to give,
amn patience almost ceased to be a
Wirtne when. it is to be judged by the
emUtant appeal of our people and the
WIMa'hetic influence of the local di-
viatom o acials of the Atlantic Coast
UuAe at this point, the citizens of
Oainesville did finally get what they
wanted, which was nothing more than
a reasonably convenient schedule for
ear country neighbors to come to
town. spend the day, transact their
business and sleep in tbir own beds
te same night.
STh schedule which enabled those
harvtg business here to come to
Galnesrille from either direction.
transact their business and return the
same day to their homes, was inaug-
urated, and it worked beautifully to
the satisfaction of all; but it seems
that the tourist trade had to be look-
ed after, and the last schedule card
showed the annulment of the most im-
portant trains to and from Gainesville,
those of Nos. 9 and 10. between Ocalb
and Jacksonville, and Nos. 138 and
139. running between Wilcox. in the
West End, and Micanopy and Citra,
via Gainesville. and that was where
the trouble started.-Gainesville Sun.

Mr. I. J. Dunn. assistant city attor-
ney of Omaha, Neb.. who had the hon-
or of putting Mr. Bryan in nomination
at the Lincoln convention, has been
disbarred by the supreme court of the
state of Nebraska for criticizing a de-
eeision of one of the judges of that
state. And has it come to that? This
country is in need of more Tom Wat-

thoughtful man is pretty much of
same mold. The' pitchfork and
firebrand arrest his attention and


terest him sporadically-but. for more
permanent purposes, he is better
pleased with calm reasoning. plain
fact, solid wisdom. Especially so in
statesmen-if we may term the a\er-
age congressman a statesman.
Tillman and Watson won national
note by invective, sarcasm, by execut-
ing war dances in the temples of Lib-
erty. They introduced slapstick vau-
deville on the national stage. They
threw rocks that hit the mark. They
"ripped and roared." They were mas-
ters of the peculiar art of "roasting."
In this way they became notable.
But what of their enduring fame?
Tillman? He has gone. He is an in-
cident. He passes with his day and
time. But Watson? Ahb there's the
distinction. When Tom Watson, the
tomahawking, pitchforking, vitriol-
spraying, vindictive and volcanic pol-
itician is forgotten, Thomas E. Wat-
son, historian and man of letters, will
be known and honored the world over.
Why? Because it is in his thoughtful,
polished, dignified and unvexed liter-
ary work, calm and scholarly with the
ineffaceable charm of the classic, that
Watson speaks beyond the clamor of
the rabble, speaks for posterity and
for all time!
And, even In politics, let Editor Har-
ris not overlook the fact, "there are
others." One of the most successful
politicians now living, if we judge
success by results, is the president of
the United States. Any pitchfork in.
the career of William Howard Taft?
Another very successful politician,
judged by the same standard, occupies
the chair of governor of Florida. Did
Albert Waller Gilchrist ever find it
necessary to throw any mud or dis-
charge pyrotechnics or turn his ad-
versaries on the spit in order to "get
along" in public esteem?
There are two sides to the story.
Men sometimes leap into fame, gen-
erally ephemeral, by some spectacu-
lar, astounding feat; but countless
others achieve the immortality of ge-
nius in that serene repose of constant
application to the problems which con-
front them. Not by "sudden flight,"
but "toiling upward through the
But all this has little to do with
the case of Representative Frank
Clark. The Tribune has always ad-
mired this brilliant Floridian and is
his consistent and earnest supporter
in all his political ambitions. The
words of kindly counsel which Editor
Harris pronounces "Mistaken Advice,"
originated in our solicitude for his
welfare. He was about to overdo it.
He ought to talk more about national
questions, state needs, governmental
principles and policies and less about
the Miami Metropolis and the corres-
pondent of the Chicago Record-Her-
ald. And with these few remarks we
drop the subject.-Tampa Tribune.

Tampa's Hospitality i
Luther Powell walked into the sher-
iff's office Tuesday morning and ask-
ed for a permit to visit a friend in
jail. Powell was given the permit,
and in the meantime was seen by De-
tective Evans. who Informed the sher-
iff that nollee hmIdnnamamIrn h.A 4..,

ince Rtiolde.' Islanld is t i-' l)ostl
highly protected state. as it wl11 d be4'
expected to be when it is repre'setlitd
in the senate by the man that miiike-s
the tariff laws for this (ounlry. hi'i-re
ought to be' some interesting (,Xamiiples
in that state of the rich benefits labor
received's froni thli' ipro'etcivye tariff in
its most ie.rfecied forni.
The twenty-seconid annual ri port of
industrial statistics for Rhliod is-
land. covering the year 191.S, is avail-
ahle. Thel figures it contains nare pro-
vided by a public official who is doubt-i
less elected or appointed by intere-sts
friendly to Aldrich and to the political
machine that keeps him in tlie senate.

Therefore they cannot I,. st spected of
making the showing of labor len,'fits
any worse than they shouldl hde. Yet
1hey coull hardly he wors,- than they
The woolen and worsitd miills of
Rholde Island pay their operators thf'
princely .;unis of $s andl $9 Iper w.'k..
Tho, cotton mills of Rhode Island
pay th,-ir employes from $7 to $\ perr
e, ''k.
The silk mills of Rhode Island pay
their workmen-and workwomen-$7
to $s per week.
The employes of the rubber inter-
ests of Rhode Island receive for their
labors $8 to $9 per week.
It is American labor, be it rememn-
bered. that the protective tariff hbenev-
olently provides for. Yet in the wool-
en and worsted mills of Rhode Island
0S per cent. of the laborers are for-
eign born; in the cotton mills 80 per
cent. of the workers are foreign born;
in teh silk mills 93 per cent. of the
wage-earners are foreign born; and
in the rubber factories 70 per cent. of
the names on the pay rolls are of for-
eign born men and women.
This illustrates the rich fruits that
the protective tariff, in its most per-
fected condition yields to "American

First prize for touring car contests
-Tampa Times' cup and a five-acre
tract of land in Zephyrhills colony.
First price for touring car contest-
$100 in gold.
First prize in runabout contest-
Tampa Automobile Club trophy or
$150 in gold and a lot in Zephyrheills.
Second prize in runabout contest-
$100 in gold.
First prize in miniature tonneau
conteist-Tampa Automobile Club tro-
phy, or $150 in gold.
Second prize in miniature tonneau
contest-$100 in gold.
Winners of cash prizes have the op-
tion of accepting money or trophies
of equal value.
The following committees have
been announced by the club:
Contest Board-C. W. Greene, chair-
man; C. S. Washington, referee; L.
L. Buchanan, T. E. Bryan, E. F. Mc-
Conaha, secretary and starter; B. M.
Reed, pilot; Frank Bruen, chief ob-.
Hotel Accommodations-A. M. Cush-
man. Gainesville; Harry L. Brown, St.
Augustine; T. M. Murphy, Kissimmee.

"Tag day," November 25.

Imperishable Pavement
A new paving material devised by a
French, engineer consists of the iron
shavings from lathes and similar ma-
chines, which are mixed with cement,
making a combination which is almost
indestructible. In making paving
blocks according to this process a
mould is filled with these iron shav-
ings and the Interstices filled with ce-
ment grout sufficiently fluid to pene-


The A. C. L. Re-elect Old Officers
The stockholders of the Atlaatic
Coast Line Railway met at Richmond
on the 16th, and re-elected all of the
Iold directors, who re-elected all omf-
A semi-annual dividend on common
stock of 3 per cent., payable in Janu-
ary. was declared. A blanket mort-
gage of $200.000,000 and a special is-
sue of debenture bonds of $23.,566.ioO.
convertible into common stock at
$1.35. was authorized. 'the issues to
cover outstanding obligations.

Remebre, "tag day," November 25.
for the benefit of our new theater.

A big Methodist revival is in pro-
gress in Gainesville. Rev. T. N. ('hris-
tian is in charge.


Ladies' Long Coats

All Styles and Shades



Silver Spoons


Serving Pieces



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Are you coming to the Fair? Do you wa

a ticket into the grounds REEy

If you do, come and do your traJin .1,


We have reduced the prices in our I)tr (,Ind and

Clothing Departments for FAIR WEEK ..nj y<,u wil l

tainly save money by trading with us. 1. .
ing prices we quote:

Men's suits worth $4 9 [
$7 50 reduced to 0" ,, ,

Men's suits worth $7 90
$10.00 reduced to
Mc.-n's$12 50 suit- $985 2.3
reduced to
Men's $15.00 suits $11 75 Il
will go at ,

I\I\ 1(* INJS' 1I( 1R I (. I lT ki

We will sell skirts tor $1.98 Shee l a
which are worth as much as i *< |Ix
.. 1 A ,, t )t ,, ,,, t l ,+
$3.50, and skirts we se. ;( r 4 ,. ,,
$4 '" $4.00 and $5.00 we are (,ing the t et t t ,,j
to sell at $2.98. A, ,', ,
( )',' ,, j kili m ,i
SHIRTWAISTS also at r"" 4r.c'" .Aid #WIw '
reduced prices. tI 'hAV t ,, *. *'
%CI K, it ci I IN
Men's. Ladies' and Chil- WAHRF FA An.
dren's underwear, etc.. to be )ISHtN .m, I ,,A ,v HAW.D
sold cheap. WAIR. h4p- 'I am,
V.'' I 41Ad

Now, about the FREE TICKET TO FHit- !A .. A .*
to TRADE $5.00 WORTH in the linc qu, tci .,b ..t A A r ,f l
admission ticket to the Fair Grounds FREJ-



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Mrs. Maclean of Conan is visiting Beautiful Entertainment Given inC l o t h e s
Ms. Townley Porter. Honor of Mrs. Sylvan McElroy
One of the most delightful recep- -
Mis Edna Culverhouse is visiting tions given in Orlando for a long time By the Mayor of the City of Ocala
atie in Jackonie. was that of Thursday afternoon, from and R f Mn e n e t
Mr. P. W. Barse has purchased a 3 to 6, by Mrs. James Newton McEl- \Whereas. The president of the Unit- anR f i n m e t
ha. omW. Buckar e ha purchaed a roy in honor of Mrs. Sylvan McElroy. el States and the governor of the
a o Buick autoobil. The guests were receive at the state of Florida ve issued their offi- Cost no more than the ordi
Mrs. W. M. McDowell is having her door in a most charming manner by cial proclamations setting aside
hom on Fort King avenue newly the Misses Guernsey and Bumby and Thursday, the 25th day of November, nary kind--'tiS simply in
panted. from there 'they wended their way 19,19. as a day of thanksgiving, pray-gment of selection
through a bower of green ferns and or anl praise for the abundant bless- the judgment of selection
Mr. M. E. Layne, who has spent the pink roses, being received by Mrs. ings that have been vouchsafed to us
vatire summer and early fall most de- McElroy, Sr.. and Mrs. Mclroy. Jr. as a people by the ruler of nations and -
lightfully with relatives in Tennessee, The were then ushered into the for th year now drawing to a close; itp in Clot h designs and ly for tan
has returned to her home in this city. dining room. where Mrs. Patterson and. ship in Clothes were only for the
made everyone comfortable. Ice whereas. The city of Ocala has had elect, but owing to splendid execu-
Mrs. L. L. Parramore returned home cream, cake, nuts and salted almonds her full share of these blessings, and tive skill in the assembling and hand-
yesterday, after a pleasant visit of were served. Misses Giles. Srugg. :he future is bright with the promise ling of such a large aggregation of
te days with relatives in the Griner and persons presiding in a most of yet more abundant gifts along all
farm neighborhood, charming manner. lines that make for the general good. Master 1Tailors as are assCiated in
The color scheme was pale yellowI Now. therefore. I. John D. Robert- the Schloss Baltimore organization,
The Normal Bible study will meet and white, festooned with asparagus son. mayor of the said city of Ocala, these splendid examples of the high-
at the Christian church this afternoon fern and tulle, white and yellow ro- dto invoke by this, my proclamation, est type of the tailoring art are. within
at 3:30 o'clock. All will be cordially ses. The table decorations were es- that the citizens of the said city do the reach of all.
3omed A w pecially beautiful, of lace over yellow refrain from their usual occupations
satin. he silver candelabras with on the day named and join one with That's Why we have selected these
rs J. E. Johnon and her infant their yellow shades giving a most ar- another in making the day one of, Celebrated Master Tailors
derat. J. er. John who now make Ocala their infant tistic tone to the room. thanksgiving, praise and general re-'
ba ater, h n make Ocala theiromo- From the dining room the guests joicing. SCHLOSS BROS. & CO.
, e visiting fiends at Homo- were taken in charge by the Misses Inasmuch as the gates of the Ma-
Dickson and Persons, who served rion County Fair will be open on the of Baltimore and New York
punch. day named, I would further urge that;
Mr. sd Mrs. J. N. Tiller of Martin The decorations were unusual and as many as can do so, will visit the: TO Make Our Cothes
wee visitors in Ocala Wednesday, as were exceedingly beautiful. LargeI fair and note the many materialWe are excusive agents for these
were also Mr. and Mrs. Bradford bunches of Malaga grapes with aspar- 'things for which we have occasion for
W and their mother. Mrs. Hattie agus fern arranged on the handsome rejoicing and thanksgiving. Splendid Ready-to-Wear Garments
W of Kendrlck. chimney cover, made a magnificent JOHN D. ROBERTSON, Mayor.
decoration, while the punch was made Lttest:
Mr Fred Wellhorner, a well known especially attractive with a large HENRY C. SISTRUNK, Clerk. Clothes for every OCCOSion--
young citizen of Grahamville, and a bunch of grapes frozen in the ice float- .
subscriber of our paper, was in to see ing in the bowl. REJOICING IN REV. C. C. CAR. for every form d figure
o on Wednesday. He reported that During the reception the sweetestR ROLL'S CHURCH i
the most important event in which music was rendered by Messrs. New-' There IS 0 Special model here
Graha ville is interested was the re- ell and Westover. There was great rejoicing at the
rent I1ouble wedding at Crescent City. Fully 250 beautifully gowned ladies Third Baptist church on Sunday over yOU*. No obligation to
the two grooms being prominent citi- met Mrs. Sylvan McEIroy and gave the success of the attempt to raise
s.n% of Grahamville. her a most cordial welcome to our the necessary amount, $10,500, to pay
city. 1the last of the remaining debt on the
.T .C ".pr- 1ess6 pslne bats, -x2-; A? usual. Mrs. *.ames MeElroy "ias church. Not only was the whole MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S
^17R l-2x7.%T Apply C. P. Moore. care at her best as Nostess.-Orlando Re- amount raised, but it was put down
other $100 was subscribed to be paid W walking Suits and
A prominent city official has the Mr. R. D. Stokes of Stokes' Ferry :oday. This cancels the entire indebt-
poultry raisers "on the run." In re- was a Wednesday visitor. When ask- '.,1n,.s and l.ave a neat balance in COstumes
latlng his experience in raising poul- ed why he could not control the With. the church treasury. nMPRIbINc TU lEA try he told yesterday of having set a lacoochee river; why he permitted it The work of raising this large sum STYLESriN A WIDE RANGE 0)F
h n with fifteen eggs. After the prop- at times to be little mor, than a ford-was r t commenced by the newN A WD RANG F
*.r lengh of tinme had elapsed The able stream, and at other timnus a tur- to C. Carroll and quickly DESIGNS AND SELECT F IIRI
proud mother hen struutted through bulent. raging torrent, busting its arrived to this successful termination.'
ttw yard with seventeen chicks. Upon bounds and flooding -the country, Ir. Carroll has been here but a short
examination it was found that three sweeping away bridges and a menace whn he announced that hee
s still remained in the nest.two to life and property, he replied bycoul ot rest under that burden of
of which contained live chicks. Prot- saying that that would all be attended I LU o r n h u of
o n ggt andi he did not want to have it
ty good for a fifteen-egg proposition. to when the government got its al!hanin over the church.
469 built; that there were now a force of*e hurch.
men at work making a preliminary I hn Rev. W. D. Nowlin became
pastor of the church the debt was -
Mr. A. N. Goodwin of Early Bird survey for a canal, and of course the 1 and when he left it had been
W visitor Wednesday. He says government would not undertake any- edued to t amount which was i- RECEPTION TO FLORIDA FEDERA
that the phosphate Industry has not thing less than a ship canal. He knew nally cancelled on Sunday. The to TION OF WOMAN'S CLUB
responded so well to the wave of pros- that it would not do less if Roosevelt Ial cost of the church was $46,000.
peity that seems spreading over were in office, and he thought tha When it was announced on Sunday Special to the Ocala Banner:
Florida as some other industries, but Taft is about as big a president as morning that the total of $10,500 had Tuesday evening in Palatka, the
ood Untimes" are coming. The Roosevelt, so he says that the canal been paid in cash the entire congrega- Florida Federation of Woman's Clubs
worM is compelled to have phosphate. would fix the river all right; that i-tsion waved handkerchiefs and the; was entertained at the home of Miss
ead that the time will come when all waters would be so husbanded that pastor wept with joy. The scene at' Milholland. The home, which is a
the mines will again be in operation, they would be kept under control. Mr. tending the announcement was the' magnificent old southern colonial
The mine owners were exercising pa- Stokes expects to be right on the line most remarkable one ever witnessed one, was beautifully decorated in fed- "
thiece, as the rock in the ground is of the ship canal, and can, when it is in the church. ration colors, yellow and white. for
about as valuable as it is out. completed, select his mode of travel Not only have the members of the These colors were used most effect-
to Ocala, either by auto or steamship. congregation congratulated Dr. Car- ively in the dining room, the candles Thes
Mr. George C. Crom has received in- Yes, in the course of years, great roll on his great work, but he has re- were shaded with yellow and flowers Cities
formation from Washington that he masted ships will be seen saillag ceived praise from the other minis- of this color were used everywhere.
a been appointed custodian of the through our pine woods. Don't laugh, ters in Owensboro.-Owensboro (Ky.) The color scheme of yellow and white CitieS
public building in Ocals, and was to please. Stranger things have happen- Messenger" was also carried out in the menu. Come
have relieved Capt John Young on et Serving in the dining room were Mrs. to ha
the lth linst, but that gentleman was DOUBLE WEDDIN AT CRESCENT Warden, Mrs. Kirby, Mrs. Rosenbur
ot of the city, so the transfer was not Mrs. Thomas C. Hall, who came to DOUBLE WEDDIN AT CRESCENT Warden, Mrs. Kirby, MrsJoe Haughton. Roenburg
Je atil yesterday. The relieving Ocala last week from her home at Those receiving at this. pretty af-
ST Young of the duUties of look- Galneaville, Ga., is now a guest at the: On November the ninth a very pret- fair were Mrs. George Gay, president
Lg after this property means that the Campbell House, ln nFrt Kglaven-,.ty double wedding was solemnized at of the Palatka club, Mrs. Shckleford, A
M tite euy ready to be turned w wl i a pro the home of the brides at Crescent federation president, M. elel, Mr.
and that t spend the winter. We are delighted' y.. Ce n tfdiat paes vn t., Mr. Aa
S ovem t, and that It ...... .. ,...: City. The two brides are very.. Parrel, Mrs. Crosby, Mrs. Adams and

wfwo Woore e" ued fourth purposes to know thatmaor aa mrs. ran-"in d
w n be ed for thea purpose now a a this city their lar and charming young women, and Mrs. Barson, all officers of the federa-
Z^r which it was built. vis: A court Probably aain mae th city the grooms two well known young tion.
bea d postace. It is now benev. home. Their son, Mr. Troy Hall, has Grahamville men. The brides were Miss Miriam Pasteur of this citq,
d that theWlng winnw be ready for located in Ocals for the practice of Miss Gene Cox and Miss Mary Cox, who teaches In Palatka, was among
I y at least by Chrstma, law and Miss Beula Hall is at Bre and the grooms Mr. John Comeron the ladies assisting.
Iit tarw y m as Collee. The many friends nhe and Mr. Robert Peebles. Their wed- DAVID .
STAot palead toe Hall family wl bea grai ding was a very pretty event and was 8hip Canal Across Florida P *"s
RD CLU ENTERTAINED pleased to have them aan become witnessed by a number of the rela- -
SCLU E residents of our city. Miss Belah tives and intimate friends of the con- Perhaps one of the most important
Mr eyWeathers was the Hall ad Mi Ldle McDo ld will tracing parties. addresses made at the Inland Water-
ofthe Married es' Card spend the Christmas holidays In Ocala Mr. Cameron, who married Miss ways Convention at Jacksonville was
tb Wednesday afternoon at their ith Mrs. Hal.' Gene Cox, is the postmaster and mer- that of Colonel Spalding of New Or-
woekly meeting, chant at Grahamville, and Mr. Pee- leans, colonel of United States engi- CRUSHED
arty in every way a lovely Improvement in our waterways is bless, whose bride was Miss Mary Cox, neers. Speaking of the address, the do all kind
Sand the guests spent a delightful all right, but what is needed more is in the stock raising and logging Times-Union says: "Colonel Spalding Cement Br
than anything else just now is an im- business. Both young men are very demonstrated that he was possessed We make
Mrs. Edward Holder won the club provement In our inland way service- popular and splendidly thought of in of a valuable knowledge of all mat- thaslbra k,
Mr and Mrs. Townley Porter won a system that will put the interior their home town, and their friends are ters pertaining to the important work
the visitors' prize. Both prices were towns on an equality with our seaport giving their young brides a warm wel- of the association. He gave many
beautifule ad broidered collar and river towns. We demand that come to their new home. facts and figures to show that the pro-
beautig l they both be fed out of the same This paper extends its congratula- ject as proposed by the association |
A deliis salad course was served spoon. There should be no special tions to the two young couples. was feasible. He offered estimates of 85C
at the eoclus of the games, privileges granted to one town over the cost of constructing a canal across
Mrs. Weathers had as her guests, another in a government like ours. Men's Serge Suits Florida, as well as the connecting _vor
besid the members of the club, Mrs Let every tub stand on its own t- links that would constitute an inland receive
e orter, M arles entom. In Blue and Black waterway as desired. He presented m l
_VoweuI iPorter,n Mrs. C v Trhd* Ctnu.ll. vus,.. ...-- .... t as weD a


f Elegance


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"Tag Day

Tag Day" will take place k in Oc. Nv. .
he benefit of the MASONKI ThU
e "'ag Days" have taken place m adf thM te
in the United states. and now e M m
are adopting the urn p.ia w raw hv
and help us. We need your t. Ib m
vc one of the young lad m y a -
e what you wh-


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Five Spools of J. P. Coats

Thread for 10 cents

To the Purchasers of $5 or

Over During this

lRemoval 1

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Owing to the recognition by the people of Marion and adjoining cou
UTXdersellirng St<>re,-judging by their patronage-we have outgr
tice to our stock and customers, we were compelled to secure new, better and
we have secured one of the best locations in the city. It is now in course of c,
West entrance of the Court House; it is nearing completion. To make this fac
move into the new store with a complete new stock, as we intend to make son
sell out the entire stock, if LOW PRICES will do the stunt-and it sure will, as
It Is now, or in better shape for you to make your selections from. Read Blow

nties of the fact that our,
own our present quarters, an
larger quarters, and to our I
instruction ; it is on the Squal
;t known to the purchasing p
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zkAV'I !jern a

6-l Ymana e reSOa
Miss Annie Hillman of Anthony
n*t MoNday with friends in this

ber "tag day."
*v. Campbell Gray went up to Or-
8 Lake Yesterday, and will return

Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hood have
*meto New York City, where they
9WOat to spend a fortnight or two.

Mr. Percy Billingsley, who attended i
t* Matomobile races in Atlanta, has
mtwred home.

November 25 is "tag day" at the

YeVerday's Times-Union contained
a very excellent picture of Capt. John
M. Graham of the Ocal Rifles.

Mr. John Atkinson and Mr. Lucien
townsed of Martin were transacting
i*me. tiA Ocala yesterday.

TIm Watson now has his guns turn-
O* 0 the foreign missionaries and the
ho e odialists, and is showing no
Msttr to either.

St day," November 25,
rm the bmewet of our new theater.

Mr. Rgh J. NIcholls. who has been I
ab t for the past week, purchasing
bmng for this market, returned home

Congress *a-na nuU th a a &-
ers and Harbors Congress, thus ac-
cmplishing two important purposes
by one trip.
Tbse are mere indications of the
practical character of the exhibit fea-
ture of the Southern Commercial Con-
gros. The director of exhibits is Mr.
JoMn H. Finney, secretary of the Apa-
lachiam National Forest Association.
Men of the south, who expect to be
Washington for "congress week,"

The body of Akin Caruthers, who
was drowned in the Withlacoochee,

The Georgian and other Georgia pa-
pers are continually bragging about
the high Georgia collards. We have
some collards, too. and if we ever per-
mitted ourselves to do so, could spin
some yarns about big collards. Like
Georgia, Florida is a great collard
growing state. "Uncle Joe" Shuford
has a garden in this city in which he
grows everything, and among other
t.s-- nsf ontvA anr oa rarv fine


river, nas been recovered. -From Tuesday's Daily:
: Mr. Henry Livingston will start to-
Mr. J. C. Phillips says that Eustis day for Juniper Creek, where he ex-
is already getting her share of the pects to join the members of the "Ju-
winter tourists, and is dressing up in niper Hunting Club." He will take
her best frills and flounces. with him six negroes and sixteen
horses, four two-horse teams and
Three hunting wagons. Some of the
Mr. S. E. Rowe is putting up a meat horses will be used under the saddle.
box in the Ocala market building that The members of the club left Lou-
does not require to be iced to preserv',e isville yesterday and will arrive at
meats. It is some new process. IAstor Park tomorrow night.
Mr. Livingston will spend tonight at
Rev. W. H. Coleman, who spent last ILake Bryant, and will go on to Astor
week at DeItand attending a convene Park, and will convey the members of
tion of the Christian church, gave his the club to their camping grounds on
congregation a splendid report of the J.huiper Creek.
convention at the Sunday morning ser- The party is composed of the fol-
vice. lowing well known Kentuckians:
Governor W. H. Cox, Judge James
"Tag day," November 25. P. Grogory. Mayor R. W. Bingham,
Mir. John C. Martin, Mr. Pendleton
Dr. B. F. Lisk kand Mr. B. L. Hick- Beckkley, Mr. Jackson Morris, Mr. W.
man were in from Grahamville Mon- G. Endymon, Mr. George L. Sehon, Mr.
day. They report that since the rains Hugh Nevin, Mr. E. G. Schweitzer,
people are in better spirits and that Mr. S. Thurston Ballard. Mr. R. C.
there is a general feeling that "bet- Ballard Thurston, Mr. Thomas A.
ter times" are ahead. Keith, Mr. James P. Byes and Mr.

Capt. John H. Welsh, founder of John Hager.
Welshton, and author of the *.MNis- All of these gentlemen are promi-
takes of History," is in Ocala, and is nent in business, law and politics in
a guest at the Montezuma. His friends their homes.
will be glad to know that he is in good Some of them, for instance, are the
health, and is the same genial, com- owners of the famous Ballard "our, so
panionable gentleman. well known as the "Pyramid Brand."
These gentlemen have a "chef"
"Tag day," November 25-benefit of from the famous Gault House, and are
Temple Theater. anticipating a fine time.

-- Judge J. R. Wilder and Mr. H. G.
3rm to Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Mobley Lamb represented the prosperous city
t Nranma Park, Ga.,a daughter. Mrs. ,of Anthony in Ocala Monday. We are
Moley was formerly Miss Errol Bai- pleased to note that this little place
ley of this city. continues to forge right ahead, and
bigger preparations than ever are be-
Mr. and Mrs. Allen W. Bridges will ing mae for trucking. It is one of
oon leave for Lynchburg, Va., where the big trucking points of the state.
Mr Bridges will engage in the hard-
ware business. Mr. Frank 0. Reagan of Brooks-
ville was in Ocala Sunday. He was
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Clement and chil- here to consult Dr. D. M. Smith and
dre who have been spending several try and have him go to Brooksville to
mouth in Ocala. went down to Dun- see his father, who is in quite a criti-
iocm Monday to spend a short time. cal condition. We hope that under
Countyomm onr Own of Palm Dr. Smith's skillful administration
Count Commisoner Owens of Palmthat we shall ear good news from his
. ..^.. ..... >, . .... that we shall hear good news from his

Bewc shot and killed W. r. Robinsonuu
Saturday night. He claims that the
shooting was in self-defense. Robin-
sem at the time was slashing him with
a pocketknife.

STag day," November 25-benefit of
Temple Themer.

We are told by one of the poets that
"new occasions teach new duties."
This was forcibly called to our mind
vesterdav morning when we saw Mr.
Charles Rheinauer at the garage of
*" u-~sl Vo1 nrine Works. He re-


"Tag day," November 25.

Fire Chief Chambers has an incu-
bator and is hatching a fine variety of
chickens. He was surprised to find
one recently hatched out with ihre'
webbed feet. It is as lively as the bal-
ance of them and if it ever gets near
a pond it will surprise the other mem-
bers of the brood and give the little
ducklets a chase.


We are informed by Deputy Sheriff
Hutson that a murder was committed
at Martel Saturday night.
Jim Wilkerson stabbed Jim Jacobs
with a knife or razor, and from the
effects of which the man died.
Both parties to the tragedy are col-
ored. Jim Jacobs, the murdered man,
worked for Mr. Kallenberger, when he
was operating a bar in this city.
Deputy Sheriff Lafayette Miller got
on trail of the murderer and scented
it all Sunday night and finally thought
that he had come to Ocala and sur-
rendered to the sheriff, but a visit to
that office revealed the fact that he
had not done so.
It instantly occurred to Deputy
Sheriff Hutson that the man was in
hiding in Ocala, so he took his stand
at the Commercial Bank, and just as
he did so he happened to spy Wilker-
son crossing Exposition street two or
three blocks away. Mr. Hutson made
rapid speed around two or three
blocks and intercepted his man face
to face not very far away.
"Come along, Jim," he said; "it is
all up with you." "I didn't know that
you knew me. Mr. Hutson," was the
man's only response. He was hand-
cuffed and marched off to jail.


The monthly Presbyterian social
that was given on Monday afternoon
by Mrs. William Sinclair was an un-
usually pleasant social event. A large
number of the lady members of the
church, as well as quite a good many
of Mrs. Sinclair's other friends, called
during the afternoon and passed a few
moments together most delightfully.
The two large front rooms were filled
nearly all the afternoon and several
friends of the hostess assisted her in
entertaining her guests.
Mrs. John Taylor asked the guests
into the dining room, where tea, sand.
wiches, cakes and fruit were served
by Misses Bessie MacKay, Betty
Wray Mclver, Eugenia Fuller and An-
nie Laurie Perry.
Mrs. Sinclair's tea was quite a suao
cess, both socially and financially.


Mr. LaRue, manager of the Ocala
end of the New South Farm and Home
Company, is in receipt of a wire from
Mr. Chas. H. Seig, stating that a col-
ony will leave Chicago today for
Ocala and thence to the Burbank-
Ocala colony. Oh, the people are com-
ing, and when they see our big fair
and beautiful city, they will be more
than pleased, and being pleased them-
selves they will be so many immigra-
tion agents for the bringing of others.
"They are coming, Father Abraham,
700.000 strong."

Mr. Charlie Chazal, who has been
in New York City for the past seven
mnnthq fta a inr a khnsinn~ecrsca at

M1r. C. E. Connor of this city l-as
recently purchased the J. M. Eagloton
place on the north side of Lake Weir
In the palmy days of Lake Weir this
was one of the finest places aroiudl
the lake and contained a splendid ;or
a.nge grove. As history is begin
ning to repeat itself at Lake Weir
and the orange groves are being re-
vived Mr. Connor's recent purchase
should prove to be a most lucrative
Mr. Connor anil his family expe't 'o
go down to the lake in a few weeks
to reside. Miss Mary Connor expects
to remain in Ocala and continue her
splendid music class here.

If you do not believe that Ocala is
growing just take a walk on Exposi-
tion street in the direction of the fair
grounds. We were strolling along the
street yesterday afternoon, and was
surprised to find ten houses just com-
pleted, or in the course of completion
only two blocks away from the
square-five dwelling houses and five
stores. Mr. H. L. Anderson is rejuve-
nating Gossville, an is going to erect
a much better class of houses than
the old ones that he will tear down.
In all parts of the city new houses are
being built and old ones enlarged and
repaired. There is more building go-
ing on now than for many previous
years. Come to Ocala and grow up
with the city. Picking up real estate
now is like putting money in your

Miss Lauragene Dozier has lately
accepted a position a stenographic po-
sition with Bradstreet's. Miss Dozier
has many friends in school, who are
glad to know that she is making a
good start in her work. There are
several other Massey pupils in this of-
fice.-Jacksonville Metropolis.


The first official tour-ng trip from
Tampa to Jacksonville will start from
Tampa in front of the Times office on
the morning o. Novemb-r 23, and wi!l
stop over in Gainesville the first
We are sorry that the arrangement
was not made to have the stop-over in
Ocala. for the reason that our fair will
then be in progress, and all of Gaines-
ville is supposed to be here on thaL
occasion. When this fact is brought
to the attention of those who have
marked out the official program this
part of it may be changed.
Starting at Tampa the autoists
will pass through Plant City, Zephyr-
hills, Greer, Dade City, Trilby, Brooks-
ville, Inverness, Dunnelon, Ocala, An-
thony, Mclntosh, Micanopy and
Gainesville. Here, unless the plans
are changed, the autoists will rest,
dine and swap stories.
The next day. resuming their trip
to Jacksonville, they will leave Gaines-
ville and will pass through Starke,,
Highlands and on to Jacksonville.
The autoists will pass through the
counties of Hillsborough, Pasco, Her.
nando, Citrus, Marion, Alachua, Brad-
ford, Clay and DuvaL
It is really not a west coast trip by
any means, as most of the counties
the autoists will pass through are in
the very center of the state, and for
a long distance the autoists will travel
on the very backbone of the peninsu-
lar where the waters divide, some
streams finding their way to the gulf
and some to the Atlantic.
Going from Jacksonville to Tampa,
along the selected eastern route, the
autoists, starting from the metropolis,
will touch at St. Augustine, Ormond,
Daytona, DeLand, Orange City, Enter-
prise, Osteen, Sanford, Orlando. Kis-
simmee, Loughman, Haines City, Win-
ter Haven, Bartow, Lakeland, Plant
City, Tampa, passing through the
counties of Duval, St. Johns, Volusia,
Orange, Osceola, Polk and Hillsbor-
Of course, in time the route will be
more or less altered, and will be made
more or less to go as the crow flies.
At the present moment annihilating
space is not the thing sought for so
much as making the test an endur-
ance one. It is possible to make the
distance between the two cities-Tam-
pa and Jacksonville-almost within
two hundred miles.

November 25 is "tag day" at the

Dr. D. M. Smith has rfeurmd tre
Brooksville. where he was alted o
see Major O. W Reagan who was
stricken wkh paralysis of the left *4f
a few days ago The deolor l-ft the
sufferer somewhat ,ai.-ir and b*-
hopes that he will nik.- .to,.i ,
proven imnt.

The, street now towing ipa.-.I *o.i.i*ns
from the' lIaptist (hurrh toh '*h. .4*
boarId de poI. is nearly) h4lf n1i|e 1. ',-'.
and It in certainly a flan It ., ,..o ,
piece of work :\% .*r lon.t0s ,.,,',, li
meeting Mr Inali- and oir mrmi.isls,' i,
the city. The itlnn, r 'hik. 1,h4 .i
**ryone that hab aa ilih s1. a1 iiho
it is deserving of a big h'Ieiquqe

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1W- ,- ,rn". .... 11.. AV. .The Southern Farm and Home Com-
rently purchased a fine touring car pany has purchased a fin Buick tour-
from this firm and he has taken a ing car from the Ocala Gas Engine
sudden interest in this newan uxWorks. The sale of automobiles con-
urious mode of travel. We shall ex- tinues to multiply daily and they are
pect to see him there quite often. Inow becoming so plentiful in Ocala

SOME SPLENDID EXHIBITS that the pedestrian is compelled to
-LX keep his wits about him for fear of
Washington. D. C., Nov. 13.-One of' being run over.
the attractive exhibits at the South-j ."Tag day." November 25.
en Commercial Congress, December '
Ssad 7, _will come from the board of Mr. B. R. Stripling was in Ocala yes-
,.. walterday and will be here today. He is
trade at Martins burg, West Virginia. ll talking insurance. He is repre-
The display will be entirely devoted seating the Florida Life. It has sold
to West Virginia apples. Accordinglover a million dollars worth of insur-
10 a recent statement the value of the Iance in. Florida during the past fiscal
apple crop of West Virginia now ex-Iyear. Every bit of the money stays
oeeds the mine-mouth value of its coal right here at home and the Florida
otput sch year. :Life is getting to be a strong com-
Aoether exhibit of great sigpife-pee pany. It has already entered South
winl e a show case of shoes from Carolina, and will soon enter Georgia.
L4ebbhurg, Va.. together with statie- .Mr. Stripling oscillates between Ocala
tes to prove the quick development of and Gainesville.
t"at city from a shoe-jobbing center l
tat i-ty ft a boeshoma tui g center, urn The St. Petersburg Times says that
to several mul dollars worth a urn in order to protect its steam laundry
eo dollars worth a tax of $75 was placed on outside

so will bring as its exhibit laundries doing business in that city,
maps and Illratloms to show the de- but that the councilmen send for out-
ve@ispmut of Houston as a port. The I side printeries to come and do busi-
eMiblt will be kept in the lime-light ness there right under the noses of
by a st.rag delegation from the Hous- the home printeries. The home print-
t s League, headed by series are a kind of Thanksgiving tur-
taet Heitman. The members will key for the public and generally get
tke part in the Southern Commer cial it right where the Thanksgiving tur-
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Mr. Allan Rodgers of Jacksonvilt
passed through Ocala Tusday and
stoppedI over long enough to tak*. a
peep at our more rrce'nt do e'lopnieii.
He went out to the race' track *aw
the public building. Mr R I. %nd, v
son's fine new store building Mr (i I
L. Anderson's new addition to the ,
the ten new buildings on Kxp-iai.ti
street. the new temple' threat r itre;
Camp new residence. and n.e hlpia-,'
scattered here* and there in all pir.l
of the city. lie says that t(kala I. d41
ing her share of growling. lbut thi'
the same story is told to nearly all
the towns and cities tbrough nr the.
state. Mr. Rodgers says that r had
occasion recently to vlsl Leuslmum.
Ky., and on returning It was aieia
impossible for him to get a sent I
the cars, they were so crowded wNlh
people flocking to Florida He thebgM
that it was something unusual. but the
conductor told him it was an every-
day story. People are (omiag is bat-
talions, but are mostly headed for the
Everglades, but many are- mwnag tI
this direction and oonB the uamkbe
will be increased. We have et the
land. we have got the sceery. we I
have got the hills,. we have got the
climate, we have got the virtn mit.
and have got the goods to asow whet
the soil produces. All we e is t he
people, and we will moo have them
Better come to MarMk colsty Mad W -
lect a home while the Irwe of the
same is within the r eb of the peorw
man's pocketbook. in the, leago .
of the preacher. "now is the aseptod I
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We. C. T. U.

lUbe Cb o News prints the follow-
MS edtorlial:
i LMs Aageles a young lawyer of
broaat prospects took to drink. Prof-
. Mgay ad crime followed in the wake
e his surrender to the whiskey habit.
A fugitve from his home city he
eame to Chicago, wasted such money
as he bad, ran as far into debt as pos-
Male and then attempted to rob a
Mak. Failure in that desperate en-
terprise caused him to take hib own
Mf to escape arrest.
He was weak. He was a "good fel-
ow." Now he is dead. He leaves a
other and a young wife to mourn
bim. The mother of this man. Lamar
Harris. says of her son's death:
"I consider that Lamar died in real-
ity long before he ran away from this
city. and that which is dead in Ch-ica-
go is a mere shell of my boy, and
what was once a brilliant, noble, man-
ly man. Of the terrible victories that
alcohol has won over mankind this is
perhaps the most pitiful and awful."
It is one of those victories which
oMght to give rise to quite as much
sober thinking as a temperance pa-
Verily. The incredible truth is that
such cases are so common that few
persons except those immediately con-
cerued give them very much notice.
Here,. again, is a fact that should
omse sober thinking.
And whither shall our sober think-
lg lead us? Here is a drug that by
the very number of its crimes has
duled our senses to their enormity;
a drug so powerful that the slightest
taste of it is a danger, so deceiving
that Its victim thinks himself master
mtil he is hopelessly bound. What
dball we do with it? Shall we go on
allowing men to make it and sell it in
Its most attractive forms? Shall we
cotiaue to build our cities with the
rev.'nue from licensing its sale. and
talk idly of "regulating" it. while it
d4aly takes its toll of bodies and
minds and souls?
When will thQ men who write and
the men who read such editorials as
thb one we l:av\e quo-ed follow their
"*sobe r thinking" to its only ,ane con-
clusion ?

Th.i Alaska-Yukon-Paci.ic Expo.si-



da snowing and presen one 131 le

most attractive features of the day.
Get your machine in order and help)
us to present a fine parade. There
will be no prizes offered, but each and
etry one's efforts to make this event
pleasant for our citizens and visitors
will be fully appreciated.
The automobiles will form at the
court house square at 10 a. ni.. on the
24th day of November. The line of
parade will be from the court house
up Oklawaha avenue to Winona street,
thence to Fort King avenue, thence
down Fort King avenue to main street
and thence to Exposition street and to
the fair grounds.
If you have no machine, help your
neighbor who has one to decorate. and
join the parade. The fair association
expects a large number of visitors to
this city on that day, and Marion
county must put up a good show for
them. Be sure to help.
Yours very truly,
Entertainment Committee

Ocala, Fla., Nov. 12. 1909.
To the Editor Ocala Banner:
In your issue of Friday. the item
"The Inequality of Protection," copied
from the St. Petersburg Independent.
is quite msileading, for we have nev-
er maintained an agency at St. Pe-
tersburg while there was a steam
laundry in operation. We withdrew
our agency at once when the St. Pe-
tersburg plant opened up for busi-
ness. It being an unwritten law
among men in this business that thl,,
home town of a steam laundry shall
be free from outside conlpeliiion. No
licen. loe'lt ion, d. No'ithevr un\ o'l' r pi" ic,'
Selow the aver-..'g h in force all (,ov."
:he s;ate at th< iin we dii maii i-
iainr. ani a'eiy *' St. P terslhu-L )iDur-
ing Ixmy visits to ST. Petorsburti I havi,
heen m1nr!'ssel \rihl ti he loyalty of i':
peo;)le toward their hionle indliuttr! i ;.

tion hais proved to be quite as impor- If this loyalty does not ex:ond tn aIny
tant and influential as its name sug- particular enterprise I can e.-i;: i'-
gests. and its marvelous success is un- agine that there must Ie( a (od i n-
Ieriaii%. acknowledged. The Seattle son.
people go-n'rously prepared for great Yours truly.
things and have not been disappoint- E. M. HOWARD.
@. The West Washington W. C. T. Proprietor Ocala Steam Laundry.
U. maintained headquarters with an FORCED TO
attractive booth and rest room and Win. Upchurch of Glen Oak. Okla.,
displayed a fine exhibit of W. C. T. U. was an exile from home. Mountain
lterature. The union also conducted air, he thought, would cure a fright-
a most successful W. C. T. U. day, ful. lung-racking cough that had de-
wit largely attended meetings in the fled all remedies for two years. After
tb largly attendedmsix months he returned, death dog-
Sue auditorium, which has a seating going his steps. "Then I began to use
capacity of 2500. We heartily hank Dr. King's New Discovery." he writes.
ad congratulate our VWest Washing- "and after taking six bottles I am as
well as ever.." It saves thousands
ton comrades and we are glad the na- yearly from desperate lung diseases.
tiomal W. C. T. U. could have a little Infallible for coughs and colds, it dis-
part in helping them. pels hoarseness and sore throat.
The exposition n.eriie-1 a-d receiv- Cures grip. bronchitis, hemorrhages,
asthma, croup. whooping cough. 50c.
e4 the patronage of temperance peo- and $1. Trial bottle free. Guaran-
ple, for no intoxicating !.q'.:rs were teed by Tydings & Co. mI
sa on or near t!e i.cunds. To he
sure The sale of liqro. is prohibited TERRIBLE TIMES IN OHIO
s the campus of Washington Univer- Some years ago the country was
lity where the exposition was held. startled by an outbreak occurring at
but it could have been located else- Akron. Ohio. in which an infuriated
where had liquor selling been consid- mob. wild with passion, killed a num-
ered a necessary tatraction or bene- ber of negroes and maltreated many
St. This great fair will be remember- more, without stopping to inquire
ed not alone for what it has done in whether they were innocent or guilty
exploiting the natural resources of of any heinous crime.
the splendid frontier and of Alaska, At a still later period Springfield,
Hawaii. the Philippines and the Pa- Ill., witnessed terrible scenes of the
elSe slope of Canada, but for the pow- same kind.
erful Influence of the philanthropic And now pandemonium reigns in
and reform meetings held in the expo- Cairo. Ill. A negro boy, suspected of
itkmi auditorium.-From President murdering a young white girl, was
Plevens' Annual Address. strung up to a public arch; the rope


governorr Gilchrist has returned
from an inspection of the work going
ae at the Everglades, and makes the
following report:
"The trustees have four dredges at
work. These dredges are making as
much headway as could be expected.
With the amount of money on hand
the trustees could not possibly push
the work any more than it is now be-
ing pushed. The money for accom-
plisling this work is derived from the
sales of land made on the installment
plan. At present these installments
are not sufficient to warrant the trus-
tews In building and operating any
more dredges. The mnoey derived
fr!m taxation has been held up. as the
ease is now pending in the United
States court. With the amount of
iony on hand and in sight. as much
prevgres is being made as could be
reasonably expected."

broke and then five hundred shots
were fired into his body. The body
was then burned. Women, frenzied
with rage, took part in the proceed-
' In the south, when lynchings occur.
the innocent rarely fear danger. The
men engaged in the business do not
lose their heads. They proceed in an
orderly manner and are sure of their
victim before harsh measures are re-
sorted to. Numbers sometimes are
suspected, caught, carefully examin-
edd, and turned loose until the guilty
one is detected. If he is not captured
there is "nothing doing."

State of Ohio. City of Toledo.
Lucas County-ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore-
said, and that said firm will pay the
for each and every case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of
Hall's Catarrh Cure.

-a :.ti with hlie "olh!. ol I .i ory," : Oi.oi,
tho.'e p(--ljdp oi ,t' f,- r-.a\\t ; ; iitL. .
l 'v. (C'hishol ,. a;s!IIor oif ti:.-- Ki-.i ii-
o e (ChIristi-tii t ;: rc! I polle.l :f h
4ii (; Olit eo iii Oltr' !nth liheld bi t hl
('Chrii.; i:j church ih n l'ittlalurt i',il
Ilow II'e\" visions of tin' s.lre1ti(l o
(hriot's kinigdoii n earlh iial (elonie
ao him as lthe result of alttending this
'onlt ent ion. 1 oc.al societies told of
'Aork they hal tried for near and far
I wort hy causes. and Rev. Groves spoke
o" the Cuban threshold, so near by, as
carried on in Tampa.
The afternoon closed with an elo-
quent address by Rev. T. P. Galloway,
Baptist pastor in Orlando. in which
the convention theme, "Young Peo-
ple's Need of Christ. and His Need of
Young People," was made a call for
the giving of our lives to Christ in de-
votion to his work wherever he can
use us best.
Another helpful talk on mission
work was in the first session by Rev.
Snyder, when he told of the heroism
of the native Christians he had known
in China.
After the song service Saturday ev-
ening, Judge Parker of Kissimmee
gave a chalk talk. "The Gospel High-
way." Then followed a good citizen-
ship session, in which Rev. Mitchell.
the Methodist pastor in Orlando, de-
livered a strong address. He compar-
ed those who favored saloons and the
woes they bring with. the ruffian mob
who choose to free the evil Barrabas
and put the Man of Justice and Pur-
ity, our Lord, to death in place of the
Rev. Lewis filled the pulpit Sunday
morning, the convention host, Rev.
Groves at that time taking Rev. Lew-
is's place at Winter Park. The En-
deavorers listened to a helpful sermon
from the text, Luke 22:27.
Sunday afternoon the Juniors reign-
ed supreme. There were nearly sixty
of them there, coming from the newly
organized local society, from Kissim-
mee and from Winter Park. They
were in charge of Mrs. May Downing,
their superintendent, and her assist-
ant, Miss Shaw. The Orlando Juniors
had exercises and those from Winter
Park demonstrated what a model
prayer meeting for children should
be. There were reports and a mes-
sage from Mrs. Bruce, state Junior su-
perintendent. Mrs. Denning also led
a conference for older people who are
interest din Junior Endeavor.
Mr. Phillip Dale of Winter Park led
the last song service, followed by a
fine address by Dr. Alexander Linn.
Rev. Groves conducted the closing
consecration service, also the installa-
tion of new district officers, of which
we give the following list:
President, (re-elected). Mrs. J. W.





A8OCIATION On November 5-7, 1909, was held a
.Octh,----,N Ir s21909.aplendid convention n the Firt Pres- hile Atte
Ocala, Fla., Nov. 12, 1909. Ibyterian church in Orlando, and its

As agreed at our first meeting, our Endeavor year for Orange and Osceo-
club desires that each owner of an au- la district.
tomobile enter his machine in the au- Rev. C. O. Groves, the convention
tomobile parade to be held on the pastor-host, gave the welcome Friday
county fair grounds. By decorating evening, which was killfully answer-
the machines we should make a splen-Ied by Rev. T. E. Lewis of Winter ou t y air
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The three evening praise services
were led in turn by the societies of
Orlando, Kissimmnee and Winter Park.
Those for day-time sessions by Rev. J.
M. McKinnon of Sanford and Mr. W.
L. Lewis, district secretary. The two
sunrise meetings were most helpful.
tho first being led by Rev. Lewis and
the second by R. M. Muirhead of San-
ford, who asked those present to tell
of Bible passages they had found help-
ful to their own lies.
Saturday forenoon was devoted to
practical Endeavor work. First came
reports from the fivt C. E. societies in
the district, demonstrating the good
work they had accomplished since.
the convention one year ago in Ki.- I
simmee. The district official records-
showed about 11S members, a net gain
of about 1s during the past year. Then
followed a conference on district'
work. led by the district president.
Mrs. J. W. 'Bruce, with question slips
pased around, to be answered by the
Mr. Rudolph Roseborough of l)e-
Land opened a symposium, speaking
on "The Responsibility of the Presi-
dent." Mr. Claude Hawthorne of
Ocoee told "W\hat a Faithful Com-
mittee Chairman Does." Miss Alice
Whlitman. "What Constitutes a Good
Committee Report." The last part of
the symposium, "Need of Improving
Literature," was taken by Miss Bates
of Orlando. The morning ended with
reports from each society, showing
what was being doli' or not done inl
committee work in the district.
Saturday afternoon was olteoted to
missions. Rev. S. D. Snydlr. pastor
of the Presbyterian church in Kissiin-
i!e'o. tohl 01 personal ( xp(riti( 4' ;'s S
a; distributor of lh,' Hible. itn .Japan,
viviIlly telling the bihle siinis hat

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What's a Merchant?
There is a di tetlffee l \v ii ;il
"storekeeper' 'and a "merchaut
While the former is sitting on I:,
counter, or in the back end ot thl



store. "chewing the rag." l tl .i-att-t i
"'hustling for businesss" .\Ai ie..'- M C I V E R &
He takes a space in th,' neliwspaper
and sends a message to thle pioplL t
through it in every issue, lie us.*.- e, j llt"r Il iii lew tl L. k
ery legitimate means to get the' ;.I li C* i t e i in-p.'-t* ..
vantages of his goods and price, b, (r" #, '0it, Withi our lat'. l .
fore the people. lie h I'lies aid ll *'" 'rs w W ul 1 l rinot twa.n.
keeps everlastingly at it. loit wu w. l t i all ohr itt '
Not so with the "*storekeeper. e li*10 an pric'.h-*- ho.r
is a "has been." though he it h,' tn l-'
one to recognized a taet that otlai.- f i t u I

have long been talking about
tersburg Independent.

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Your Money Back if Hyomei Doesn't
Cure Catarrh, Says the Postoffice
Drug Store
Don't be stubborn. [Don'tl ie projii
diced. There is not a particle ot tiI,
phine, cocaine, or any injuriou orr
habit forming drug in Hyonmei.
Give it a trial at the iPosnfice
Drug Store's risk. It is made of tn
calyptus and other grand antise plic
It will chase away the nmis.r. of ca
tarrh or any affliction of th(e nose and
throat in five minutes.
No stomach dosing-jusi bireai- he
Hyomei in, it gets at the catarrh
germs and kills them all.
Go to the Postoffice Drug Siorte toi-
day and ask them for a Hlyomei (pro-
nounced High-o-nme) outfit. It only
costs $1, anti consists of a hard rub
ber pocket inhaler, which can hb car
ried in the vest pocket, a bottle of H.v
omei. a medicine dropper, an directions for use. Extra bottles. :,.c.
Leading druggists everywhere sell
Hyomei, which is guaranteed to cure
catarrh, bronchitis, coughs, colds and
sore throat, or money returned.
If you could go to the Eucalyptus
forests of inland Australia you would
quickly get rid of catarrh. Hyomei
brings the identical air of these for-
ests direct to your home. It is a most
wonderful catarrh remedy.

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Wilton Seaml-e Art SerAt--Aoii .,
the latest dseg.n. all llses. 40 W to

Axminister Art Square--in any
pretty deaigns. &20 to a.
Wool Fibre and F.bre Art Squaree-
Only $12.
Imperial Smyrna Art Saware*--.a to
4s5. (We are Ocata g **9t for
these- ods).


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China Dinner sets, s$1000 to s,25.mi ran P"* Tro
Set.4, $4.00 to $25.00. Bag line of~ Chin. OW
Dinner Sets in all of the Latest Paww

We 'have )tint aa& #1te&t tokN f'..-t ofl, 1,-r a *- ..40
than fbvobr pr.'parvei to litispa ,iir t aliea -i is.1 ~
tht- near fei iare aIo &,!.Ia onip*C lflj : i~t .. i? .9,f is 4, 4 *

Exclusive Ocala apiientps forAltwtaii; ok Camrtes .,,4II&low

Wear' ('Ilo4)'4 if 't otir e ltisn 14 r I Fiji ~
few we nfow' 1vi~iv. 401h11jn.witle'1k I*

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of H. B. Masters Comr. ;,v

place. You will find a str:: l '.

of merchandise in every depntre .t

the leading Outfitters for I. i,- .


Dress Goods and FrT,, ,,

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Local and Personal.

The Metropolitan Band had a prac-
tice last night.

D. C. Baldwin of Jacksonville is at
the Metropole.

Mr. Jack Williams of Citra was reg-
istered at the Ocala House friday.

Judge and Mrs. L. L. Hopkins of
Belleview were visitors to Ocala Fri-

Mr. Robert Posnot of East Lake
Weir spent the day in Ocala yester-

The armory theater is now attract
ing good crowds. Besides the moving
pictures, which are always good, Lar
mer is the drawing card this week.

Miss Etta Hood and Ititle Miss Clif
ton Sexton came home Friday front
Early Bird, where they spent a tev
days very pleasantly with their grand

Airs. J. M. Bryan and her daughter
Miss Claire Bryan, of Terrell, have re

turned home after spending a few
days here with Mrs. Bryan's daughter
Mrs. Wm. Barco.

I say, do your drinking at Hogan's
place. There you'll, find pure goods
Hogan, the mail order map x

Mrs. S. L. Choate of Newburyport.
Mass., is on her way to Citra, where The King's Daughters held a meet-
she will spend the winter. ing Friday morning to consider a
proposition from the Marion County
Mr. Louis Horne is trimming up the Fair directors to run a restaurant.
trees in his grounds and making other part of the proceeds to go to the'
improvements. King's Daughters. The offer was de-
clined, as the members could no' give
Mr. J. A. Reynolds was in from Iit enough of their time.
Lynne Thursday with a wagon load
of oranges for sale. TRESPASS NOTICES-11xl4 inch-
es,, for sale at this office. l0c. each.
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk and Miss Annie or $1 a dozen. Apply Ocala Banneru
Atkinson spent the day yesterday at office. L.
their place. Arden. on Oklawaha av- The Inverneuss Chronicle note thii
enue. visits of Messrs. Zewadski an1l Bin,

It will pay readers of the Banner to
peruse the advertising columns daily.
They will be the means of saving
many dollars in a year.

Mrs. Mazie Lyles of Ocala is in
the city for a short visit with her
cousin. Mrs. .J. D. Williams. of East
Gainesville.--Gainesville Sun.

Dr. J. C. Boozer is receiving postal
cards and letters every mail from boys
on the farm saying that they expect
to be present at the fair and will try
and win those, corn premiums.

The first calendar for 1910 to reach
this office is a beauty, issued by
Messrs. Keating & Co.. of this city.
It is an exceptionally neat and attract-
ve one and makes an ornament to any

DON'T DRINK! But if you do, see
Hogan. and get the best that money
can buy. If it's a good drink, we have
it. x

Mrs. Henry Raysor. who went to
Nashville to attend the marriage of
her foster brother, has been quite sick
for several days, and has had to post-
pone her return home.

The Theus & Zachry Company, hav-
ing filled their present quarters, up-
stairs and down with furniture for the
winter trade, have leased the store-
roon on the opposite corner from
their store as storage room

A telegram was received here yes-
terday morning by Judge W. S. Bul-
lock from his brother, Mr. Burton F.
Bullock. of White Springs. announcing
the death of his wife's mother, Mrs.
Hodges. which occurred at their home
Wednesday afternoon.

Mrs. J. B. Hiers, who has spent the
past month in Ocala with her sister.
Mrs. W. V. Newsom, leaves this after-
noon for Jacksonville, which city she
will make her home. She will be ac-
companied by her son. Master J. B.
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ford. prominent attorneys of Ocaia It
its pretty city. It says that their viis,
was partly for business and partly f'. .
pleasure. Inverness is particular y
fortunate. It offers attractions ,.,
the profe'.ional mnan. Tlhe ish -;'rian
an:l tlhe hunter.

judge Dl avii S. Willia .s., secr.-.ar\
of .\!a:ioi 'Colnn v Fair A\ssci-.
tion. has just returned from .a ti,
.ver a part of Marion. Ala!'hua '.nit
Levy ('oUlti i-. ..oIil hie 0lolilh! g'ta i0
ter''st manifesv,'d in the fair. a;tld h
is sanguine in the belief that it will be
a big success. The officers of the fair
have certainly been working \erN,'r

We are headquarters fr all good
things to eat and drink. Good service
and prompt attention. Hogan, the
whiskey man. x

Colonel L. P. Miller was in Ocala
yesterday. and came in behind two
very pretty two-year-old colts. There
is only three weeli difference in their
ages. They match nicely, work kind-
ly. did not even shy at passing auto.s
and certainly make a lovely team. The
colonel is very proud of them and
says that they were raised almost en-
tirely on the pasture. It shows not
only what can but what is actually be-
ing done in Florida.

Mr. Francis J. O'Hara and Mr. C. V.
Miller of Jacksonville. largely inter-
ested in some important land deals in
this county, were here yesterday and
they were busy all day examining land
titles. There will soon be "some-
thing doing." Mr. O'Hara was largely
interested in the lands purchased by
the "Burbank Ocala" Company. and
will soon be in a position to do some-
thing more in the same line. Mr.
O'Hara has the sublimest faith in the
rapid development and splendid fu-
ture of Florida. He thinks that the
whole state is begirt with a rich bow
of promise, and along the entire dis-
tance spanned brilliant opportunities
lie waiting for the man with pluck and


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Another sad -.;Ttrv is r *iori'.1 ? from'u

m of T 'ri Sumter countiN. Mr. andi lr-:. Aik' i
Caru' hers an.d Mr. anid !. r. S,:i : ar
ost others of Oxfor.l ,pro.is.d oi) ,,r i
i{-| food ^several lays' ,ii iing w :ti., gil TLie
fo d did( so. a; p'l 'h.li' t' Till. :,' -t d,
lightf'll': lt^' in=z. ,'.c', ., ,
i Ag ti.h and ,: : rs.
On r t-uri n !i.n '; i i ti: y ;iir .. ,"
h ;le f rry at .\i. ia'" l I..- 1i' ,.
kee. r t : fouiinl 'l:; he 1V : .,
on the >pp ) .s. 1h,! l ,: ,, :,1 i '

L that in.st,.ed (of wai'inu t r '!,. t.- i'
1 inani he wo11ulI s I11 i iac i-.- fh. ri
!),l bring tI i, 'it 1; k 1 :' !i .r.
Sulilin; his a :ins : :,1 rl-
r I plungel into th. i\'er. ,liu t,- '.
d ll\net'r ros,' it I!.- surfac.. Wha i.
camie of it i s'sill a nyst.r:.
& T l Th' W\ ithIrlac'ow .*'** is a ., r hr r k
and turbiil sTrrt-ain. M'. r (':ir-' r-
may have lodze-d under a tr,.- 'r o
which held his body fast. or h,. in;,\
have plunged into the jaws of an alli
gator. or he may have- he cmri,nit. l

MARION HORSE RACES [bedded in the rniud. What.vtr '1i,.
---- cause, it was in every way i larin.nta
Great Work Being Done on the Track "le affair, as the young man was t e%
and Grounds ly married, and the young wife was
The race track in the Marion Coun-.an eye witness to the. sad (occurrenc'e
tv Fair grounds is being worked andI Everything was done that love and
iinpro:-ed on each day, with the result avall.
ibnt it is nnow the bet half-mile track I....

W- When the news of the trag-.dy
to be found in the state. Even under reached Oxford. parties w.ntr prepar OU CA
ithte past circumstances it was agreed to thoroughly drag the river, and It i'
,.by all turfmen visiting that place that hoped that the body will be re..-t<.I \|' N M'- 1 < Full. .* -..
-!it was the fastest track to be found N. Yrk pa-..', 'hrol,,, h..ala- ,
v in the state, and with the additional ACCIDENT TO MRS. PATTON AN-. ,
, work that has been placed thereon it DERSON ; (n* tito iii .i au v. i ..e .
is an assured fact that its equal can-; --- fr their *t, (,", i' ,m ,,
not be found. I Mrs. J. Patton Ande.rson. o0:e,. tt I't i'hra. ir ak i. s Information already received by the jlatka's best loved ladies, and. h,(i.s. l' *ar :i r i- ., l .I. ..,,,
fair managers say that the racing fea- name is honored in all parts of Fl,' l ',,,i , -
ture at the great show wil be the best ida. was thte vicim of a serious an i ."- tl,, it If thf. ,hI,
that has ever been seen in this state, painful accident last Monday e\.ltink: iIk .,nd 1M' F r it l r e ...a
and already letters and inquiries are at her honie in :ni-< city. .. an' ,,.* r idl * ** .. .
pouring in from parties who will have Mrs. Anderson wnt to sit l4own In .a' 11 ,, ',* ,'hle 0*l. ;* 'tI ..... ,* *
horses there to contest for the largela chair that usuai!y stanlIs in on.-" 'r h"a,, h,'
prizes. place. The chair had b.een nor, 1t ,tlr 'hetll.l. 9t : -
Some of the fastest and best horses slightly, and she' f.ll. fra(tuwini: h. r "h ,. ,r ,, .
that usually visit Tampa and Jack-!left hip joint. in ei i u ,,
sonville will be on hand during the The fracture is a most serious 0ne. h h at "e *
fair. and doubly so b,'caiuse of MIrs. \nil.-r-,
Tiis feautre should attract thous- son's advanced ag... Mrs. Andi,rsmn. I"t h e.rtnif
ands to Ocala that it would not oth- though suffering gre.atly. has nainti It i -i '
erwise have. for it will certainly 'e tainted a cheerfulness that is surrri. ftrai*t I. atl t t.#, 1 1 0 *
the !larges-t thig of its kinl over hell 'inhg. n l , t'ul .tr
in this section of Floridla, and proba- .Mrs. Analerson is 'h-.' 4idl.vw o I t!. h .' c 1. &
bly in the entire state.-Gainesville jor General J Partton .\r i.. -,n o" tt, I .n 'r le **' I .* '.
Sun. 'Conf led rate army an one of Flr- r fr'.t .rl' t '
'i.a's mo.-t notedr h. roes in thl. wir ;: -4 ,,.
She is th- h(ionioary prt idntit 14f 't
The camp dinner that was given .'. D. ('. of Florida. and pr.-sil.ti:t "' 1 ,' *' . .
yesterday by Mr. Carlos L. Sist-unk FLPlal .\n l.T .,n rchaptl.r of is iv ,., r., ., 1 ,I .
was a great success. It was v. -y (Gri,'f on r IhIr !iiis!'rtltr % ill ,.. f.* ,,. ,*." ,,
unique and was greatly enjoyed. Thi-. in all ili! f ,h,, oi, thlan P. ., .
affair was given especially in coi.- ki ,\\,w-. k N
pliment to Mis Anne Mixon. wvh(_ .. ... .
wedding will be a beautiful 'venit of HOSPITAL REPORT FOR OCTOBER
next month, and was gotten ui as a ii)____.
surprise for her. ( .'ol. r 1 th :. ,, it '.W r
Those who were in the party we,- h l lInn. .4. ,,* ", .,,
Mr. Carlos L. Sistrunk. Judge J,.s-h l ,i r,, ad ,,l. ;,r t.'- 'r . , ,
Bell, Miss Anne Mixon. Miss.s a,. eaths none. \, I .
and Carrie W illiams. Miss Alice 13i ,- o)(f.04 ht p.,,,s.,r ,,f ', ... f1. I ,,
lock. Miss Pauline Sullivan ai ndh r i r for. ..
lovely guest, Miss Josephine Tur':n. Thi' t- llo\iii6 ; l,, .,t'on- ,i ,.,,tsl. !, ',. .. . ,
The crowd first went out in autoino- .lis. IBrin.-on,. butt.rnuilk. A .. ,l . ., ,,,,., ..
biles to Mr. Goolsby's, beyond Silver tim r .trrl,,. I, , tr I .. , i.I
Springs, where they participated in al Mr. Durisov. orange s and :r:,-.frirt ,, r, I r iOi.
cane grinding, later going on into th-4s.veial times. .t. r" .. s...,. -,. . .
woods, where they enjoyed a royallyI Mr. J. P. Galloway. bird-z. m.\, 'ia! She ',.nrr I .',*,tI %. .
good game dinner. The birds and oth- times. ,a: eIa,. I**nflaI -
er good things that go with a bird din- (City. electric lights,. i erin"urn fa,,-nd.' "- t.'n IF
ner were splendidly prepared, and the. Oala Ice. & Pa king C, o ,,e ,un.! rr : tt ,s ,e.at. a., ,. ,,.4. *
entire day was delightfully spent. ice daily. rae. fih' again t* o, ,Id ..e.

The remains of Mrs. Gerald E. Neel. Evening Star. two copies of paler kI'.. ,p urptil T- .~ m.,,'. ,is *
formerly Mrs. J. H. Benjamin of this Oaily.a mht
city, were laid to rest in the old cemn Ocala Banner.- to coipmi'u of ptno*." lS e l.-.I l. t at a t**l.e -
etery Friday morning. Rev. H. E. daily. I It McMERKIN *L at h4all 1 n* 'I...st *o. 4...,
Gabby conducted the funeral services.; 111,t Nr-, a' I e'ro-to
which were held at Mclver & Mae-, Mr. laRue, who has iotn.l an ., W9O,11 CA.- SICS'V60
Kay's chapel. The pall bearers were'fce for the Ocala-urbank propr,' .
the following gentlemen: Messrs. R. the Rob.rtson block at the. rrne. a .. '-,.. 1t II,. .s I
R. Carroll, Bartley Corley,. F. G. B. tlain street and Oklawaha ak..nt c. 4 ... *,. ,* ....,, .. ,
Weihe, P. V. Leavengood, S. M. Lum-ihaving the rear of the. building ftte-.t .,,ar.As. ,f % I, ..4 ,..... .,,.,
mus and Dr. R. D. Fuller. Mrs. Neel,up most contvni,.n'! af t re..,lt ...n Mt.. 'f- -... .-.4 V .... ..t
before her first marriage, was Miss for his famil e LawR ha ra, ea?* P *' **A -- ,e
Ella Smith, and a great many of her and two attra'ti,- little. ,htldr., at, s,,t- .
old friends attended the funeral andiat pre.seit they are th Mr. atrt iam h t .
her grave was covered with many .Anderson. on F.r' King ;..,.. a
beautiful flowers.
Mr and Mr- I. T Clawstn h. ,. .I
Mr. S. A. Rawls, of the Marion and-......T....e.... .. e .

Farms, headquarters at Jacksonville.
is an Ocala visitor. He is going to
have a fine exhibit of tobacco at the
Marion County Fair. He will show
this product in its various '-,:ves or
development, from the tiny seel to
the finished product. There is cow on
exhibition at the Cnmmnercrut Tl nk a

nave- I' 1-n runniniitK nmm'r* f ', I 4
Bethlehem. N iH ar.- n '*he-r r .. *
Weirlale. in l.ak W ier h'.- **
conduct 'ht, So.thwul.' Hot. I 1,"' g
the winter Th.y had ma itl.n ', ** -
tont in th,' N*. w H.rip ht i. 11,, ii > -
an'd exppo't ,o hi. .." i' *s w. < i-,
on tho h'aauw ifit l ti ,d pl-t i t h.. '.

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S agr eaad my flag and how It flies

I ~ar lad and my land and half the
WUd away;
wSla nd and blood red its stripes for-
fW white and soul white, the good
ftbaen dream:
OWh e and true blue, with stars that
geam aright;
e 0ftrteI gouldon of the day, a shel-
trw through the night.

SGtec and my fag. and oh, how
much It holds!
Ibr had and my land secure within
It folds;
ar Meart and my heart beat quick-.
at the sight;
-l=4Imd and wind-tossed, the ,ed
M4 blue and white:
ome af the great flag,. the flag aor
m and you;
sited all else beside., the red and
wbite and blue.

PV. LV. avngood, Business Manager


Remebre. "tag day." November 25.
for the benefit of our new theater.

fanta Fe growers disposed of over
at bales of Sea Island cotton Friday
at 2e7 ets a pound.

New Smyrna ladies have organized
a chapter of the Daughters of the
AmeriSan Revolution.

Jacksonville Shriners have paid
8S.i00 for a site for a beautiful tem-
pe,. which will be erected at once.

' Tie editor of this paper has been
vvted a complimentary life member-
ship of the Mississippi Atlantic and
Waterway Association.

A Pittsburg man has invented an
ec1tric gun. which does away with
the use of powder and is absolutely
atleless when in action


To the Editor Ocala Banner:
My reply to an Item appearing in
your valuable paper of the 5th, as pub-
lished in your Daily of the 9th. and
your reply to the same.
On reading the first item. I decided
to reply and give some figures from
the rate books as published, as they
are public property, and I felt sure
someone was in error and the item
misleading. I have now taken the
pains to go to the A. C. L. freight of-
fice and lok up the classification andl
rate on the commodity in question.
The southern classification governs
the rate applicable, and I find that
canned goods, such as condlenced
milk, fish. (including shell fish), veg-
etables. fruits, soups and broths, pork
and beans, canned meats with vegeta-
bles, packed in tins and shipped in
less than carload lots. or in small
quantities are in third class. Balti-
more to Jacksonville by steamer. 47
cents; rail. Jacksonville to Ocala, 50
cents: total. 97 cents per hundred
pounds. If shipped in lots of 25 cases
the rate to Jacksonville is 2o cents,
and to Ocala, by rail, 50 cents; total,
7o cents per hundred pounds. But if
shipped in carload lots (such as job-
bers would handle)--30)oii pounds.
minimum-the rate to Jacksonville is
20 cents, and to Ocala 35 cents; total.
Baltimore to Ocala, 55 cents per hun-
dred pounds.
These figures are taken from the
published tariff book. "Best Way to
Ship." No. 17. supplement 82, page 34.
You will find the rate applicable to
this commodity to Jacksonville; addl
to these figures the rate found at page
No. 2. item 34. Florida basis book No.'
1. Jacksonville to Ocala, third class.
less carload. 5Lo cents; and fifth ciass.
carload. 35 cents per hundred poiU,"!. .
Now. as a business proposition.
d-.'tl" say wh'- Mr. ..ones -ays .'.0.
.i "i h told him ibat MN '. "',i. .' .'
Dealer says the freigh' rate i, prohib-
itory-you can't do a wholesale e,'
jobbing business in O,'ala. Go to t!ih-
books, which at' op,:* to the l 'It'w.
an,! go' the .ti ures-s. conipil' 14y a

Annual shipments of bananas to the 'onni.issi"on appoin'ti and ;:.uthi,:,., 'i
ratted Stato, have risen from :'6, undh'r t,!1 laws )1 o'r cinltr\ ,,*
beachet. in '' to 1'..135,7 n. or 13.5,50 ,make r'a.'s tfo, all I)plc, .' ac'o'.'-iin- tr,
eartoads. chiefly the achievement of location. and all ip),ol)l( alik.'.
the United Fruit Co. Yotu know thlt Jacks.n\il- a;.l
ITampa -are very pe-ciuliarl i- tnte i--
The-r* are 1St.i0 mun at work in Jackson',ll.- on 'hi? Is ,ll th .h -
the mines., smelters and stamp mill- tic and Tampa o), ".'. 'N ( o I:,

Is Houghton county. Mich.. an in-
| reave of 5 O over the 1907 high rec-
wrd. according to the annual report
af Mine Inspector Dawe of Calumet.

Rear Admiral Chester of the Unit-
ed State- navy declares that Dr. Cook
sever got within 564 miles of the pole.
The aditral also states that Cook ad-
3atted to him at one time that the pic-
r1mes purporting to show the top of
Mt. McKinley were not genuine.

F. G. Carpenter writes from Pekin:
Tere Ist nothing in history like the
e constitutional movement. The
vurers of a fourth of the world sud-
udoly resolve to let 'heir subjects gov-
e themselves. It is a progressive
I wement. with annual tages lasting
ever a decade. The new constitution
will be of great trade loene'it to the
altted States."

(lareeae J. Mackay. returned to
New York from an 8000-mile inspec-
tles of the western Postal Telegraph
Co. lies. says: "Eastern people who
da't go to Washington have no com-
prebeasion of its growth. San Fran-
e.teo Is a modern marvel of American
mragie and faith, and Seattle of
American energy and skill. Nobody
a see it without realizing that it is
detiand at no distant day to be one

grulf-but not inlik'- !lanati .:,' .'.-
port citie-s. Th "'- a,' sc : a, i
who want the earth, but .Jac.son\ili,
and Tampa only want all Floridla easi
and south of the Chattahooche.e riv,'r.
even the capital, except the Ever-
glades. and yet they are unwilling that
our late governor. N. B. Broward.
should have them. so you see how
close they figure. They. naturally
enough, do not want jobbers and
wholesalers in the interior. Of course
not-they would interfere with their
business-hence they cry such a busi-
ness cannot be done in the interior.
The transportation rates are pro'iibi-
tory; that no jobber or wholesaler can
do business in the interior of Floridi
and live, and yet they preach t at
prohibition will not prohibit!
Ah. me! such inconsistencies. It
reminds me of the story of the old
parson, who was a good old soul (ge'-
ting his support from the wholesale
dealer, perhaps) who was afraid to
preach pure gospel religion, but must
preach to satisfy the world. for fear
of wounding the feelings of some of
the large contributors to his fat sal-
ary, said to a brother one day that
he was in a dilemma for a subject for
the next Sunday's sermon: that his
crop was exhausted. Whereupon his
good brother suggested that he

of the greatest cities in America." preach about the Jews. for there was
not one in 50 miles of him. These sea-
The World says that the keynote port wholesale merchants do a lot of
oa President Taft's message to the talking fromi the lips only. perhaps),
ming congress will be this state- to discourage any attempt at a jobbing
amt: "This administration was elect- business in Ocala or any other inte-
ed em a platform that we proposed to jrior town: that transportation rates
rry. out the policies of Theodore: are too excessive, prohibitory, and
omwevelt. and we propose to keep that in this prohibition does prohibit-
that promise. His chief policy was a great big bugaboo. An organized
the determination to make the great corporation known as a soulless rail-
earporationsi of the country obey the road making a tariff on transportation
law." Mr. Taft will recommend a from the seaport to the interior towns
aurt of Z members in order that when of our fair Florida. that does prohibit
tre Interstate commerce commission the jobber or wholesaler from opening
asall decide a rate is unreasonable a a place of business in the country.
rsamoable rate may be made at once. but such a business must be done only
Vwth no appeal for the railroads ex- in the seaport towns.
et to the supreme court. Well. we have shown the figures.
which are open to inspection, and
Mr. Reckefeller and the Hook Worm shipment of the commodity named
Brooksville. Fla.. Nov. 12. 1909. 1 will pass on these rates. errors always
To the Editor Ocala Banner: excepted.
Abow me to say "amen" to your The inequality of the rate spoken of
"Mr. Rockefeller and the Hook is altogether due to the cheapness of
VW.,." I appreciate your fairness in water transportation as against rail-
or editorials generally, and your roads in competition.
mauatming way of going about for! In conclusion, Mr. Editor. cast your

beautiful buildings in which to do
business, the lovely homes, with all
their surroundings, the lovely walks
and parks, the beautiful shade tree.
flowers and shrubbery, can you not
say the railroads, with all their high
and unequal tariffs, are not more or
less responsible for these? Good
things always come high.
G. P. W.
Dunnellon, Fla., Nov. 12. 1909.
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(Note--l on. Thos. E. W atson ma% 11 W ..fr.--, ,,fi .'-
be wrong on many tIings; bi in tho ,. ii 'i-. *. a" a
judgment of the editor of th> inip .r,
he is dead right on the eneroah l'.i
of our federal judiciary NMr s \\a .., ,
is a lover and d,'fe.ndler of trhe soi.
and more and more Ih i.is a;imnn h. .' 1 i ,' I
*iar and consc This pap.r di,! nott n.n .;-s-' th.- ;t, r .
from the \Worldl. Ilut rinted it t,'r-'k
le(tcatusf it was a; cl.' .-r pi,'- 0- , .

Reply I't.--*I sai'
This paper has agreed all along witlih
its correspondent. It has stated thatI Thmson. ( ., N.
ihe published rate book gives the fig- Mr. Frank Har'ri. i.Jit4':-' ( n; I
ures as he gives them. Its complaint Bannmr. ( al,,. IFa
is that when the interior wholesale D),.at Sir--[ :, 'that .,,,i .'''
merchant attempts to settle his freight t .
bill at the railroad office, with thio l ;, -
published tariff list in his hand, lie 'h:eaI ot thm' ,,w Y,'.. *\ .
runs against a snag. He is turned Y oi in1: think I t l i; ,.-- -r ;' .; .' 3
down. The tariff sheet is not que:- IIili't stailI 1 t, ; '. t.i'l: '"
tioned. but he is toll that a shipmentu i ,, ldd.r. far -i,,itii.rn :' :;' 'A ".
of gools from Baltimore to Ocala is in-. [in*i m '
terstate. and that the local rate 'roIi
Jacksonville does not apply. andi that o, icals a ,t N ,, '
he will have to pay interstate rates., oili'r's \\-.kl.\
which are higher. DI y.v u ,: k. ..a. i, ; 1'. .' ''.D :1
But our corr',spondenit says ha, w. ,'( ns I. 'i N. ) Yr., \\ .
must not say that Mr. Jones told Mr. It% bi'tt.r.'-' [ r ,., ha' il ..
Sm ith so anii. so. In this case i; is ,\er had. nii,; 1i ..' ,r !i' -i.,
Mr. Brown that is talking through us. u- about ii, I ing ."r ,. I
W e shall turn the matter over to hinm. kcw that 11n ',,-' i 'I.t % 1 c 1, . bli 1
He has the, docuiments- the receipted irli'te is s lynei.i o' :),I j ";' .
treigbt bills-to establish the trulh of whiie girl 0: w\oawi.; ln :, ;i tafar- ii- i e
what has been said in these column<. worse than dciiaih, t!Ita uliI'. r :
In the meantime the Ocala Banner patibies aret al ways i:..- ; t ,i :,':1
will discuss the water rates and the instead of his hl iii'.'
railway rates with an effort to show \\hat have I done exc.lpti .;:
:hat ;he railroads stand in their own lor th-' rights of th. .'a;, a I .;;:.
light in not giving th> interior cities i' d iUnde'r th const1i; iou '.'
the benefit of low rates, the same as Would \,;i 1w kind ,.noiih a, ,.i
seaport i- ies. th.' article- iln my N oY !i .- i' ;i
,n.! r 'he ih '; . i ..
HARRIS TO GILLETTE Olig.i:'chy." Th'l*e' f, l':'al 1 ')1 (':,- ir
--- ,ioltrin_ '!., t \ i+n'lih ;otilli !::. q'. ,
Ocala. Fla.. Oct'. 2. 19-, .t 1 .lons ti, ion. 4Shon ll a ,. ;.) ..r-
Mr. M. E. Gillette'. Tampa. Fla.: Isubmllil i to Il-ir di)int so )
De)ar Sir- I an iln l rec'ipjit of vyoi.r .,. tTl! aft' I,' '. it ,
letter of this da'.-. Reft.rrin: to th u 1 :, ,.': ro.Ir ,n j'1 .', .
itwsp:apll press of this statr., ou .I ,infor il ; law. I-. T' ,i.!
sty ia 1:' 17 '.. v. iLu'll is .-' il i' i.
"'T h,. tro lbi-o is that m. niany iT ;i!i, ,,f t l d. ,,- ,i, < I,,', .. ,,.
state ha, .- li t n pIi). \'. \htlad'. I o'l\ ailt. .
gtiie, i h, .'-. ilv lil t :ii 41iti-;s' i,'4 ,i . . .
I uy -,rs. )i; il it is iin i a.-ii lor i l ,r r t.: T ,i. !, 4 ;'i' i,: ' '
ia n' Orizati .'n 'u t ii 1 i ln o' i ,' "* '
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S i en in a tc n I '' I t i : o r i t .' ." a t' : 4 ( f 1 '
F l td i i \ . ti ;
l h y )i i ' lil t ii : i 'O -t iti.' io al y .
a a(,it than Ihav .but I cannot set i t' il li ; !' i ;' i h 'i '
,'h. " fo h' o i i"' i,- ai', ,o

Ihe wisdo 'i n tlagonizi ytou al',- doine- a
papers of the stat inliour e of srttat l;to ir y r which

zation.tto onttion o t a
I regaroul) your less tte mattackingor e busine osed that thrs al courts ie- :
sagacity than I have. bur I cannot se t
he wisdom in antagonizing the new. r to pass upo' n a cts of cor- .
papers of the state in your efforts to f purely usurp,,d power which ,n, ar ,
promote the efficiency of your organi- using. ^ vTal tiill .S in tl(- .* ..*-
zalion national convention of 17,7 it was pro-
I regard your letter (attacking the posed that thie federal courts ,e tiv.n
newspapers) as insulting. power o pass upol acts of conlgr**s.
Very truly, and the proposition was voted ,iown i
FRANK HARRIS. each, time that it came up. This was I
not known, however, until 1I44. when11
A woman has just been made a congress purchased and published th',
judge in Denmark, and the Danish wo- Madison papers. The framers of the
men are boasting that it is the first constitution had been bounl by ant

time in the history of the world that
surh an office, has been given to a wo-
man. The suffragists of the United
States reply by pointing to Mrs. Es-
ther Morris of Wyoming, Mrs. Cather-
ine Waugh McCullough of Illinois. and
Mrs. Mary Cooper of Kansas. The
Jewish women add to this list Debo-
rah. the wife of Lapidoth. who -not
only judged the people of Israel for
forty years. but led their forces to bat-
tle because the general refused to go
without her --St. Augustine Record.

Earl Bullock. a boy bandit of Law-
rence. Kansas, and William McKay, 15
years old, of Jacksonville. Fla., robbedl
the Eudora. Kan.. state bank of $800.
after shooting Fred Starr. a banker.
and later the latter probably mortally
wounded himself when closely pressed
by armed citizens. In his first hold-up
of the Eudora slate bank. Bullock.
who is 17 years old. shot and killed a
policeman. Bullock shot the bank's
cashier, and then the two boys snatch-
ed up $800 and fled. The alarm was
spread, and young McKay surrender-
ed, but Bullock resisted, with, the re-
sult that he was mortally wounded.

It will be regretted that Mrs. S. T.
Sistrunk will not attend the meeting
of the waterways convention at Jack-
sonville as a delegate from the Wo-
man's Club of this city. She has pre-
pared an article on the "Art in Wa-
ter Fronts." and it will in all probabil-
ity be read by Mrs. Herbert .. Ander-
son, whom she has designated as her
alternate. Mrs. C. L. Bittinger will
attend this important convention also
as a delegate from the Ocala WVoman's

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When F'rank Clark Beg ms

oath to secrecy as to the proceedings ,In of the convention. t1li- r ir., ', a i .
Mr. Jefferson said that these, fedier- Clark 1ini,. n,: ":i,, ,,
al courts were going to usurp powe'rsont. oft ri.f t. ,t -
and revolutionize our system of gov-e ilv 'a. ,'
ernment. They have done it. If a IN,, i, ,, .
federal judge can take one prison 1* *
away from a state court, he can take Frank Clark ,S wunn Mn
all prisoners away from a state court \\h h'le ,'.,, .
Their encroachments have at last al;iut i ., 4 n '*
amounted to about this: That the Frank Cia'k i ., ,. i,
state shall not administer its own af-t :i.1l 01
fairs without a federal court permit I ,n. ..I.,n1 an, i k 1
and that a state court shall not punish .41:, iki, ,.'. ,, i
anybody without a federal court per-n hti ,
m i t l l i '! i e 4 4 l i w
Ought we to bow down fore'\.r t io i I',itr,,.i 4 ,, I 1
such judge-made laws as this Is 'i. o .4 ..
nothing worth fighting for." IHad iil I h .
been governor of any -of those -tate.i't i ,,... ;' w ,,
where the federal courts ha'e ejoin l . .
ed the enforcement of state laws. 1 The Wa,.e C;&
would have called out the sta:e troops I'll \\ i,. ,, I .
and defied the federal governnit',,. I,: h,. ,. ,
just as Governor Troup of Georgia didl i ,. .
in 1S25. If I were a state jtud e,, 11 o,,. ,, ,.,, ,
would have the sheriff sumnnmon v ry .1' I ii tIt,. : '1 6* 0
man capable of bearing artis in that b,,,. ,k i.t
county, and I would fight the feleI-ral ... 4 ,, ,, '
judge to the death before li sioulll II,,. i '
take a prisoner out of my hatiels. .L.,I ,;,-, I j '" ,
May I beg you to gi\e this letter ltie .h,,' ,0 v. 4 I
same prominence that you gave to ,i ,.,.- -.',,,,l, ,.
sneering editorial of the Ne'w Yoi k '.I'
W or ld? |I ic 0 1*
Yours respectful ,, ,
THOS. E. WATSO(N ,,: I. .' l,.' ,

"When President Taft was dowli In! i ,III .,
Texas a few days ago," conrmments Ith,. ..th,, g *
Buffalo News. "he had pinited on hOim .t tnI e ,. ':,,',. '
by some daughter or daughters of hit.' t h,. r
Confederacy the colors of that l.si t t,,. ,il. , ,,
cause. which he accepted without ..... k...., '

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What its Going on in the Land of th
Orange, Grapefruit and Pine
I. C. Jones of Pierson is shipping
The South Lake Weir orange cro
is plac.i at 30a.0,) to 4,l)0i) boxes.
Truck,.rs of the Manatee section
will use ihe 12x1sx1-inch celery crat
this ...ar. as they claim it iz the )es

Th. H,,estord Celery Co. of D>t
jiand. throughh its umanag-1er. .1. R. B:'i:t
1t bue, preparing for the couint eel
tr1 cTrop.
The' grapefruit crop at New Smyrn
i- estimated at 2f;', 4! boxes.
J. N. OCerhuliz of Kteuka. Putnalt
county. made his first shipment of or
anges this week. The crop in that v.
tinlty yill amoun, to 4,', boxes.
A. R Bogue. manager for Chase &
Co.. at Deland. has the firms big
packing house ready for business
They will handle a large percentage
of the crop in that vicinity.
The truckers in the Kokomo district
are suffering for the want of rain.
J. W. Hodges. representing John B.
Drake & Co.. of Boston. is in Volusia
Recent sales of oranges at DeLand
have been made for $1.25 per box f. o.
b This means about 85c. for the
Mace & Son are busy shipping grape-
(ruit from Lake Helen. Active ship-
ping began this week.
J. H. Preston of Providence and E.
H. Buffum of Westerly. R. I.. passed
through Jacksonville last week on
their way to south Florida.
The orange shipments from Cres-
cent City are now estimated at 60.001
boxes. The Exchange will handle a
good share of the crop. Chase & Co..
also will handle a large percentage of
the fruit from this section. The to-
tal citrus shipments from Putnam
county will be about 300.00- boxes.
The Florida Citrus Exchange now
anuno:nces that it will charge 12 1-2
C-uls a box for selling fruit this sea-

Jenkins & pelton, truckers at Lake
Helen. have in a large crop of lettuce
and celery. They have installed an
Irrigating plant.
The recent rains at Lakeland bave
g.eon the newly set strawberry plants
a tinc .art. The acreage will be much
larger than last year.
A. F Young & Co.. of New York.
through their manager. 0. M John
son. are busy shipping their orange
crop at Point Lonesome. There will
be about 5000 boxes of oranges in
this grove.
The orange growers of lake CoMO
who were originally with the Cre-
cent City Exchange. have withdrawn
and formed an exchange at that place.
They are putting up a fine packing
house. the Man
The vegetable growers i-n the Ma
atee section are feeling good over the
Prospects of fine crops this winter.
A nice rain fell last week. which was
Just what was needed, and throughout
the entire section, from present pros-
. pects. there will be a bumper crop.--
. ._ _.n.Q VPws.


Volusia county citizens will soon Itf no; a systematic there at least I
g vote upon a $250.000 issue of bonds tAeres to be a persistent effort to
for good roads hoo11 th sollluth antd with so many
agencies at Work there is compelled,
P Punta Gorda shipped ,7.',t pound. to be niarvlonis developments in the d
of fish last week., d instantt fut,,r,,.
n .lacksounille's Iuit(d ; t or '!it, new \Vit; h i,, i. hundreds miles of
e year carries $72,:.< !,..1 *,itl. a tax r.oasr. ho r ri- ors. lakes and spring:;
' levy ef 1-, mills Upon th, ass, -eCd val- i, i a;n,. .. andld h -r super
0a1ion i" )4#1''" -"'" 'li a;,t. it ,:.t ,:n to U-s that Pi(r-
Thre,. solid ears hom-iit2- kers iia. or,.e ;n tilost of ;:' mh i 1
. will atri, ,;a PI sa.n.(,,] ;i the satt-l.. is .-: i, el o make marv.-lous
I- wt'st. hri. hlle w '., p '..ss iTet t[, \' f -.\ v .'a:s.
.lackson ille Shriner-s ha\.e pai.I W ar,, ,.,o i now 111,)1, raPidtiy
a. ? ''-. ') ior" a site fr a betautl.ful tem- 1,in r i :l:,.4n many i i W hen te father
pie. which will be er.'-ted at lnt 1 The- weather burt -au l s es;abiish- Florida P,. ns i.,l:.. Tallaha.-.,e and
- i a branch observatory station at Mt. Au. ns;:) t.r' about tho only
-, A I udia. towns tihel ; w\ 'rt itn tl,* state. .1eas-
A tag day netted over $12,,io, for during fro,. i:i.rt :im., see what the i
Sth Children's Home at Tampia. growth has been.
9 Jacksonville's militiamen have re- Somnie years later, when his uncle.
ceived their natty new olive drab ulni- the late E. .1. Harris, settled on Lake
forms., j Harris. his nearest neighbor was thir-
Palm Beach streets and lots must ty-five miles away.
be cleaned up at once, according to, What has been done in Florida hias
the city council of that resort. been done in less than half a century,
Santa Fe growers disposed of over and the greater part of it in less than
200 bales of Sea Island cotton Friday a quarter of a century.
at 27 cents a pound. With all the present forces and fac-
St. Petersburg has granted a fran- tors at work it it fair to assume that
chise to a new gas company. more will be done in the next decade
A Savannah firm paid Alachua coun- than in the past half century.
ty growers thirty cents a pound for Be in position to get on the ground
several hundred bales of Sea Island floor and as the opportunities present
cotton at Gainesville last week. themselves be ready to seize them
New Smyrna now has a charter of as they are ripening and before they
the Daughters of the American Revo- get beyond your reach. 0
I lution. Opportunity rarely strikes at any i
Cigar shipments from Tampa last one's door mor- than once.
week totalled 5.S05.000. Since tIhe
first of the year 195.170.0o0 clear Ha- THE ONE PANACEA
vanas have been shipped.
Three cottages were destroyed by Quite a squad of convict: were
fire at Titusville Wednesday. brought in from the Marion Farms
Judge Herbert A. Love is Quincy's yesterday and taken through the
new mayor. Streets to the Seaboard depot. There
Fort Myers has adopted a curfew were the guards, with guns and biood- G
ordinance requiring small boys to hounds. To us it presented the dark-
keep off the streets at night. lest phase of our civilization. We hope
Charged with the murder of Mack that some day the influence of our
Austin, an aged negro. at Fernandina, schools and colleges, our newspapers
Luke Thomas. another negro. has! and churches will become so potential
been convicted and sentenced to be that there will be no such thing as
hanged. prisoners and penitentiaries.-Ocala
Banner. Nov. 2.
The money whi-ch Governor Gil- N 2 .
christ is to distribute to soldiers of To the Editor Ocala Banner:
the Spanish-American war will go, We are glad to see from the fore-
only to those who were in Colonel going quotation from Tuesday's Ban-
Lovell's regiment, the first Floriia. ner that the sight of those convicts. ,
and only to those whose names have who were being transported, made b
been furnished by the U. S. govern- such a dark picture on someone's b
ment. Less .than half the amount mind. Now. it we could only get at
found to be due has yet been received the source of all this crime and trou-
by Governor Gilchrist. The smallest ble-the saloon-and have it driven

amount to be paid to each man is 32 out of the swate. we need see no more
cents. the largest sum $23.36. The of it. Let those whose hearts were
average amount due enlisted men Is!stirred at the sight presented on our
about $5. The distribution will streets on Monday be prepared to
made as soon as all the money is re- vote for state-wide prohibition for
ceived. There will necessarily be con- Florida iu 1910 .and we will see HO
siderable delay, but the governor will more such sights. Let us all vote
dispose of the matter as soon as pos- for good. honest temperance people
sible. lin city and state, and put down the
rum curse for all time. It is the
Handed a Lemon darkest blot in the fair state of Flor-
Special to the Ocala Banner: tida. Let us vo te as we pray.
Washington, Nov. 15.-Citrus fruit! ,. E. W.
frowers in California and consumers'
in the east have been handed a lemon In Sentimental Arcady
.. the transcontinental railroads.

By the First f IDeceimbtr Th,- ) '.i V.
supply you withheir superior 't: t:i ,L'
Our factory is near!v cot:,.LT;(i, h a.
and will have thheim in v rt i.ir ., N v :, ..
Our -uptmorior t.rt;lic- w 11 i t i .
lysis; made especially t),r :ll cr .. ..
to make nothing .ut ttii tl'c.t an' ': ti .
and get our price thor any tcrtil/v*-- \..I '.
you after Decemlber the hi:;t, iiit ,r. .I .i.
special formulas. Let us kno% h,' ,t i.. i .. *
and we will have it read.
\Ve have secured thet services of Mr i < r. -.
to superintend our mi\tng. Mr Cret.. ha. n,",-,t .,
largest fertilizer estab)li.hnentts in the i 'nitlt .d St. a ddti ,
the business.
All correspondence will have pr nli)t itttentn i1 tion to

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A w while A.t Sutherland Mr. Dan Riley, well known maga- No rose exists without Its thorn.
zine writer and editor of the "New No Joy but hasn or alloy:
SBy Mud B. Little -v South," the most important magazine Our planning to destroy.

The E pwort h E Er published in the interests of Florida We cannot tell from day to *lay
and the south generally, was in the Just where to look for ill;
+ ? city last week, and while here gave But certain as th,. sun to r;ie
it comes our peace to kI .i.
an informal talk before a committee just take the market, if t o il,. -
"Away down south in Dixie," tucked are enamored with the great panor- t take the markt if ti-r :
away amid the tall. whispering pineslama before us; and as the beams from from the chamber of commerce. financial see whas look biln', *
r.inancial skies Riley has been preaching the look weather's st it "fair.
m the western slopes of sunny Flor- the great lighthouse on Ancloe Island r. Riley has been preaching the Th eatr's st "t'
Mi. rests the modest little village or light up the scene and the sunbeams,of Floria through hi aa-All i ..
d. At present all ofmelt along the silent sea, we know zine for the past year or two, and is No hints of daniur w:it;' .
k that night has come to Sutherland, nilnthusiastic over the future of this l :Withal t) ,,,. ,t '." I'
aond that this lay spent withinn her state. He was one of the first of the A1nd jl'",t al tasi. l.
direction. for it is here. looking east- limits will mark an epoch in cur lives. progressive type of writers to recog-Thi. outlook all is ,.al.
ward and upward from the little Goth- Sutherland has not yet been infest- nize the ),ounllss possiiliities and 1 P o 1 ti:-i' 'l,.
ie station. that Southern College is lo- ed by tourists, making it an ideal place j .esoi'ct.Ws of Florida, and has net lies- Thei rat ir, ni.y l,,; rI .1 ;
catvd. This institution, under the for rest from the busy world an,! a itated to expresss his sentiment Cos upward will a rii-li.
mrol of the Florida Confernce quiet nook for the student free fron rough the coluanm of his periohii- lIown go tlh,, price : .1 ,
trol of the Florida Che many diversions with, which he l T "w th"a a wide sarguiipn lhi>.:s itr i-.
stands on a beautiful elevation of meets in most college towns. irculaThion, rea outhing has le i every m h:l, ig tflis'l r'
about twenty feet above sea level. Sutherland has thet advantage tover',t in e i and in almoil ev- A slumi the ak's o'r i| '
Tllhe administration building, a sub- many other points in Florida in that eintrn on the civilized vlob-. still
s h i hd i la d i lV a r y C OTin t r v o t h e c i v i l i z e d I l oa k s t i l a l i n i c l r : n
stan:ial brick edifice., valued at thirty iHs high sand hills readily absorl) ill or nI the i k tiln-
tu d dollars, is fully equie moisture, and its open forests offerHis ork for Florida has b)ee 0 in1A\ \ik'aS.il.,nto i th "'. i
thousand dollars, is fully equippe,,.m e an i pee. nse value in calling the attention R.esolv,> som tUi.st to -vit.i-- ntl
tor its various branches of work, and no opportunity for malaria. Religion f t ie people of the world to the gel- Tii arry ni,,ts i 1,., '
stands in the same inclosure with e and education theme at Sutlwr- ftre of the state. In his a.- a cr:is.
land, and it is here that we learn that The .fVhe st'in eik hi s
r' dormitory, a large, imposing and it is here that we learn thatdrssefore the committee of the paid.
structure, originally costing seventy ja college town is infectious-the habr of commerce. Mr. Riley said In coal pit's tl-li'ti ,.,. i,
thousand dollars. with added improve-sire for knowledge increased by a de- in part: ;o out on st Iiko. :nt l- I,
meats which bring the estimate up to sire for greater knowledge. Another "I am indeed glad to meet with the In fulrth-.r .lV'ownWard s\, ).
Shundred thousand dollars point in favor of this college town is rA pr n ecros' s t5il s,. pI coh, 1 nhots I11 wr :!;
not hundred thousand dollars. I representatives of th.> progressive o4,-,f ,,,ul.. .,wix ,h. >ow,.
that it is in easy access of the outside O
The college campus presents a very ement of ith business and social li Fe Though ii'nconfirin'i,)d. y.'t .till th!t-'V
tropical appearance with its rustling world. An eight-mile ride on the At- of Ocala. O'ala Nis, in niy opinion. ca(ls".
pamb., graceful bamboo, rare trees, lantc oast Lne raa great future in store for it. I -
S. it to Clearwater, on the bay, a town AId on. tiroli imps wor(-s
and flowering shrubs. Adjoining it side it the very best town of its size .X. ;,) (- ihrtli. h n.ii.il; ;,li'.s
^^ which is equally attractive in summer) \ vii.it l \ i"en' li 1,
as the north is a beautiful knoll which ch is equally attractive in summerin the state. You have the natural t ithesi. 4iough to si'ow i wi.
Shd in reserve for the oys and winter. Two miles southward iso
is held in reserve for the boys' n Belleair, the seat of Belleview Hotel advantages of location, transporta- The danger spots xist.
dormitory, the present one being in- tion and scenic environment, so essen-Biut "nothing venture. nothing ha e\."
Magnificent structure with fairy-i d Just ear that, fact in minl.
adequate for the requirements of magnificent structure with irtial to the upbuilding of a community .Jist hear that. fact in mind,
Like gardens. resplendent in tropical That though Dame Fortune sometimes
Akmthern College. On the opposite like gardens respendant in tropical Added to these, the type of citizen- frowns.
Me is an elevation equally beautiful. trees and rich exotics. touched up ship is of the highest order of intelli- Yet to the )bold she's kind.
p which they will erect a gymna- gence. and I find all of you working F. W. B.
gaba aided by the Florida Epworth scarlet hibiscus and golden alamanda. in perfect harmony for the betterment WHAT IS A HERO?
lAggfes ad all others who will. at a Another hour's ride brings us to St. of existing conditions. ___
Petersburg, the delight of the tourist ---
Save thousand dollars. To have Petersburg, the delight of the tourist "Nowhere in Florida have I met! The awards made by the Carnegie
bith according to zeal, since they who stks the mild winter of Florida. with more energetic, intelligent and Hero Fund Commission for "acts of
A trip across Old Tampa Bay brings
have material already on the premis- ea m i higher ideals than ..
. they will -ratefully receive s as u to the progressive, up to date city earnest men with higher ideals than bravery and illustrious conduct" indi-
es, they will gratefully receive as I have right here in Ocala. This city
mb more will be donated. There of Tampa, where one has many ad- i bound to cate that the commission's definition
mt^ch more as will be donated. There oe o. as my ad is bound to go ahead, and I predict th.. ..
lL o f t h e r o is is t h e' c o J LZ A~ J~ l A tU d1

ar so people who would more than]
Mfuy receive an endowment, and the
pta for help is universal; yet thi
is only a secondary matter wit
them. since they have lives at stake-
Dyes which are to be molded and pe
seted in religious training, so tha
each may perform justly and skillfu
IV every future duty; lives that wi
e inflamed with the study of learn
Itg and the administration of virtu
sad stirred up with bright hopes c
vft g to be brave men and worthy p:
triots. dear to God and to the heart
of their country.
Southern College, which enjoys th
dittaction of being the most souther
ealege in the United States, has ha
s home in Sutherland for only a fe%
mars. "Higher education" is its ainm
Gbwly but surely it is making upwar
Strides on every side. They have kep
Within bounds in order to avoidl debt
usmause the institution was dear t
every heart, all "had a mind to work,
Md step by step has the work prc
t-ssed through trials, self-denial
Mt discouragements. Along witl
teer's blessing, mother's tears an<
2althful prayers ithe former of whicl
ar sent to try us, the latter T'
strengthen) all are used in God's owvi

Southern College is paying. That 1
ha paid is attested by the gjoll2
member of ministerial, profest-iona
4ad business men who were once it:
Students. and by the women wh.) have
Mme out from its halls to cherish ant
iMfold the seed of immortality already
iown within them. With Southern
COlege it is not how much is learned
but bow well it is learned. Pres. J
P. Hilburn. D. D.. and his faculty have
the interest of every student at heart
Give them your boys. ana they wil
hew off the blocks and get out the
am; give them your girls, and they
UW be educated with a view to action
havtag "their best sympathies awak
ms,. their purest tastes cultivated

and good

aeWgthened, and their youthful am
MUles directed to unselfish ends."
7Wr a perfect view of Sutherland
me uMt needs make an observation
Wr to the summit of the girls' dormi
try. Here we are far above the av
eae humanity, and "see men as
t- walking." A health-giving aro-
- is wafted upward from the ever
erodant pines, which stretch away in
r Interminable forests on either side
At the foot of Florida avenue rests
kealrwater bay in all its tranquility.

"It plays with the clouds, it mocks
the skies.
Or ike a cradled creature lies."
Md then,. as if for lack of something
better to do,, it rushes recklessly off
IMW the yawning gulf beyond. Its de-
Athttul breezes invigorate us. We










vantages relative to the iufe or a me-. UL "l- m mmo 125 '- acci iI ep et.l
tropolis. A side trip of eight miles that you will far out-distance all com- one-an exhibition of physical cour-
from Sutherland brings us to Green petiors in the race for supremacy. age in a moving accident by flood or
Springom Sutherl a new pinewoods resorted "It s perhaps necessary to state field, or a display of hardihood in the
Springs, a new pinewoods resort, to you gentlemen that I am a thorough imminent deadly breach. Such at
which is becomnig famous for its me- imminent deadly breach. Such at
dicinbeliever in the glorious futureal waters. A similar spring, only for this least is the idea obtained from the
dicinal waters. A similar spring, on glorious state. I have been writing it
on a smaller scale, is Wall Springs, loriousstate have been writing it award of fifty medals and sumis of
and talking it for some time, as youm aggreating for daring
two miles north of Sutherland. This alk t or some ti s you money aretin $::: for daring
is truly a poetical spot; while Tarpon perhaps know. The people of Florida rescues of children from rivers and
Springs. four miles above, enjoys the i themselves do not seem to realize from before railroad trains. stopping
distinction of being the most exten-thmanifested throughout the north and unmanageable horses. arrin help
sive sponge port in the world. Con- meastfestein Florida. Inthrough my office inChi. l persons from brnin ilin.
cerning other environments of Suth east, in Florida. In y offie in hi- etc. No dlouibt Honratriis at thiebridge
-,'etc. No 'loIht Heretoitvis at hleerorinlgei'
erland, one must come an.d see for rprs I have over respond letters on ilewoul have h.,aded th,, list of r...ii-
himself while we enjoy a ramble past e nts of n l'dals from -n il Roman
the college grounds out to where "the ou, sitre in the worn, asking about Ti arnie 'ithero tumni.
village blacksmith stantls." an, on conditions in Florld askin aout This is the popular erstanding
into the heavily laden orange groves "The bulk of these Inquiries c of th ie word.,andthere is no tle-ire to
beyond. There is much to satisfy our The bulk o these inquiries o iiizeth lauable ffrs of the
wanderlust here om earnest non and women who arena to encourage what after
er. esirous of securing a home or a farm ll ) is onf l,, ('on tlu :utri btes
.-h. a is ono of th> conlini sl attribites
"Beyond the east thO sunrise# bIyond *in this state. They come from a class of himblo life. Btill 1, looks in ,ain
the- -er The ste-, of people who will make desirable f!O a alrd for utol ('On l'"'ks ltn vlu!
And east and w'-s;t the wand,.r!us.t citizens, and who will assist in the de- !r ln award lr norai fj r o
that nill nro ent of F alon th rit l t nte.'mi dal bstowed in rer hi;ion of "il-
With the first faint inklings o0 cow lines. By this. I mean, they are agri- .ispl of ho'is'l t imia: viliht
hel's there comes the cal!! of the sky 'vuli tralists with a trained knowledge in oh s Ithy.ical risk ,, i
as 'the regent of the day" begins his : soil production, and only needing i e'i'e i) on,' I )'
th e n esIssa rthyr t o 0n1 0 i l 1 1: %%h o
golden progress in the east, rejoicing t necessary information to guide has eservctl :uch a ,' ,"rtt I hn b)
'as a strong man to run a race- thm right in a new section where as .ts 'l ii t o Y
.e ; 1plit.:ing his political fill..', in jeopii dvY
Shle over tl', byns' ,nornli, o)r me non !iionts are considerably eliffTerent for h, slk, of hiis lin .ls "' 1.1 ,'I
",. als for n F.s who .~) ,o, v l. :, s. ,,r
la'ches b nd streaK- of sunris -lorv f:l'!Ill 'ose thd are most uIsed to. u I'or i's w lb Ijt \' h' *r
,!-.,ch tir,'s thl. pro ,)! rops of the io "'1 have aele iigilt trips to Florida ;is at ll-rl .. '.tW :!'i et"
an!d plays at hid,, and s-i.k among the. Wiolr.in ;h -ar* just past. all mainly "
corrl'ptioll to thwi.r s " i; I 11
,'an, oil o;,k i,;'anches wh!eh over ,Ior T p I )pl'rose of observation an;l in- :r I'who 1 t'f ot 11'' i!.' '
hang i Then there is Th.' call of th- oa:io I havha nausv'' nia l a I tist- o f t -' a
sea or th, bhay i this instan-e,,. ior be-' i. u of your s ils and climatic i. it
fore us c d';litions. and I can truthfully say ,tvl' tija nleu.s' f I 't"'"tu i' s n, i -'-lle
that inl no otho)er section of the coun- u itr hs ye I re it.- a
"'The sailboats LaT.,tn s'w-,'- )y; 'ry ,doei s nature so I;ate'riallhy assist t)rg h s y :
' e site-nc n *w w ater It'' hlie farim er and gro w er. I Itrust vou r tegie'ti I ie' o l "t u- m Ti t
I .i iil ardoti in if 1 venture the asser- C'n w '1'"- e'l1 .II.le i-e1 fh ,
Sliew n that the farn, rs, il l i thi ,.,. C'oul wtell sipphlon11 nt i: soi k !IV ;1a ,

There is so much in "*oil etlion peaking generally, are not g-ttin l'" t r -w fou -
e with this water which remin,:s on,- of f'rolm the soil what they should. (0t11- or
the life and times of Christ. 'I'There Iditions here are as nearly absolutely DR. COOK GETS $6000 FOR 4-MIN-
I are fishermen casting their not. into perfect for intensive farming as one I UTE TALK
e the sea. also mending 'heir net Now could possibly wish for. In the years
F as then, do they heed the di"'ti call to come. when the peoples of the Highest Price Ever Paid for Pho
, "Follow me, and I will make you fish- earth are made aware of the magnifi- graph Record Received by
- ers of men." Now there is a calm cent opportunities that lie waiting Explorer
w. which speaks of peace to the inward Ithem in -this state, farming conditions For talking four minutes into a plr-
soul, and then the scene changes a~ a and methods will be vastly improved, nograph, Dr. Frederick A. Cook. the
- storm dashes its fury against the and Florida then shall take its right- arctic explo Drer, received $60A. Coo. which
shore, when, like Peter, we begin to ful place in the galaxy of states. My is the largest amount ever paid for a
I be fearful, until we note that we are observation teaches me that the one talking record. The biggest sum evever paid for a
anchored safe and sound amidst it all. crying need of Florida is people. You received by Caruso, the celebrated
- The surf delights. Innumerable fIsh need people in this state to develop tenor, was $2000 for a singing record.
- sport beneath the shimmering sur. its wonderful resources, and to demon- and william J. Bryan was always glad
s face, and the hours pass all too quick- state to the world just what can be toam get $100 per record. Dr. Cook r-glad
ly by until the stars and moon an done here. The people are coming- ceived the stipulated sum of $1500
- nounce the setting sun, which sinks the right kind of people-and I feel per minute, the agreement being that
behind the deep 'mid rays of unusual that you citizens of Ocala are going to he was not to talk longer than four
splendor. With steady tread "the do your part in giving them a whole- minutes.
Scows are coming home," "the gliri- souled welcome to the 'shirt-sleeve It was stated by one of the man-
mering landscape fades from view,"' state. ger was stated by one of the mana-
and in the dewy evening softness and "I wish to thank you collectively Dr Cook had not been sough companyt by
sacred lull which falls over the little and individual for the hospitable re- the company, but bad called in person
village of Sutherland, the poet finds ception you have accorded myself and two days after his arrival in New
his muse as he concludes: associates and assure you that it is York last September and proposed
appreciated to the fullest extent. If making the record. Dr. Cook is evi-
'Bright stars above their vigils keep, the people of other sections of Flor- dently a swift article.
Soft breeze b;o from ot lthe deep ila are as alive to the meaning of
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SO f ot the answer at t tI taking shape in AUSTRIAiS GREAT NAVY SAYINGS OF MR.L OLOMOM
It I tre that =t letter ise t the woe oth a -
t we ee ne o it greater self-knowledge and thus bring A weak wing, I hear you say. Aus Go, too, thou pimple one! How long
be atted e If t OU into every business an Immutable con- tria has no navy. There, my friends, wilt thou yearn for matrimony? Por
Stated, If there Is a single mis- fidence regarding the possibilities of you are mistaken. Because Austria have I not said unto thee that it is
demateionweinvite the severest con- the future-make the south known has not been a sea-power in the past but the hitching post. whe. a maa
lie action fromthe creators of pub- truthfully-bring the south into its Is no sign that she is not going to be tieth a woman and leaveth ,. r until
li opinion. If. however, what we say rightful place in the nation's comr one in the future. You are not aware!he cometh home'nights?
Correct and the cl merce and development.
reconusion based Now comes the second meeting of that within two years Austria will Lo, observe how a man man..;.- tA
re nthena cam- the Southern Commercial Coond meetingres ofs. have available thirteen of the most woman, even as he manageth a ht.
pon reason ublicityhen we expect a the Southern Commercial Congress. powerful battleships in the world?
-Paign of publicity by the publishers We come in no beseeching tone to And do you appreciate that these thir-I He spyetn her in the gr..n ,. .l ,
S southern periodicals that will pro- you as a controller of opinion. We teen battleships will be at the servicedal!iance; he admirtth her :rnm a ,iA
Clai once for all the oneness ofcome to you to remind you that your of Germany? And do youappreciate!tance. He sizeth up hr g, .,'-'
ouhem thought in expecting a greativery business growth depends upon what such an Austrian fleet can do in He comment upen her gm It.
rush of development. the right answer to the problem ofthe Mediterranean, with no force toeinquirethther pdire, atn ,-l
At the outset we intend to dip righthe south empty acres and unusedhold it in check? It would have Mal-eth her record.
into circulation figures. To prove ppounes Te stake involve sl ta, Cyprus and Egypt at its mercy.; He approa.h,-h her <.r.0l, ...
hato circulThat south figrn publishers arvethe greatest in the commercial his- Austria would not find the slightest le words. coax ,
one with southern bankers, anufac- drush te nitd opmntates-a beforuth- difficulty in dispatching an expedition- offerings of gr.en rh:i., tr. :
turt.rrs, nerch1ts. farmers. et.. in a rush of before arv force to any of these points, and', H' tef.hth hr *... .
not enjoying all the traffic th rich 91-a condition o preparedness for once in control of Egypt and dominat- flattery and pla.an' l'- I
Kifs of the south should bring then. the opportunities that rest under the ing the Suez Canal she could dispatch lookth at h1,r :t' i
Sin flceof ing t Panama Canal in pro he Suez Canal she could d-tspatch t h
lowit ulflunce o the Panama Canal in pro- her smaller ships to attack commerce., H snmoth h.r -h,. ,.- i
Tht following circulation; l ,lucing a southward swing of com- proceeding by the cape route to In- He calnith h.-- f,.a- t. ..
are eye-openers as to an undeveloped mrucen a southward swigence of com proceeding y the cape route to In-H ale h t -
south. (Figures are from Cherals mefrce-the emergence of the south iia. Thus it is clear that in case of. hr nerves anid s'il.i :,. :,.
souRateh (Figures are from Chesa f.-oni its eclipse and its strong voice war a owrfl British fleet must e He stuilvyeth h.r t n ip,-
Rate Book, war a powerful British fleet must be!ie stM.i, hr c ,," ir, it,
Rate Book, 19a9-10. heard again in national problems of station in the Mediterranean. r st' n 111. ti.
Alabama has not a single daily o0 stationed in the Mediterranean. unless'" r lw r ll -n i
Sunday paper thas t a ells27ngle daily es development. the British, people are prepared to see "Beauty.
Sundayet Alabamas coal field alon 2. s We shall have a good program in th commerce deoyed, their com-j An. when s. h..i4..,l ,1 -I
bout the size of Massachusets in ocemer, but that is a mere nothing munications with the east interrupt-; a his ai ,
Massachubetts asthere are sixteen dain co*are wth the contract otfa ear- 'I, their fortresses in the Mediterran-e sand wit-hot Lixhi'- i
lies with more there are sixteen dai- nest men with earnest men for a l)a- an one )y on attacked and captur-ithe engattn.t riin :t 1,i t, t.l
lies with more than 2.or'. circulation. triotic purpose. Therefore, we believe the bridle o'r l-.r r .
Arkansas-rich in everything that your own interests will be ultimately.and stagering blows struck in thesemeansi it
ou r oery interests will be urimatee these geans ha. ,'s t h ,. e:
can make a great state-has just one Y quarter against their empire.
daily wimake a gmoreat stat-has just one rv i without reinr or request 'ith a navvy sufficient in the Mediter- matimonial sift.
daily with more than 2ssu"r circula- x!o:.i us vyou 11iii- open your editorial I
tion. your editorial ranean in the near future, Austria may! Then. behold. ihoi* .- k. ,
Florida has not a single daily th columns to steadily urge your tin k- reasonably entertain daring ambi- mand of hIt-. it. lit t h 1. -i
2<,i circulation. it. men to corni to \ashington to ions.-November Everybody's. 10ion by thlt r, ins. I.f put' el .i
2.Glori s circulation meet other thinl:ers in order that all Ecurb-bit. He ket'pitih tit- tlip wl :' t-,
"Glorious old Georgia" has only five l
dailies running ove1r .its *high-'may think and ac: effectively for the: Say. good people, when you get she can see it. lie co,.r,.th i.' ..
hg s ole south. The sessions are open hungry. go to Hogan's place. Hewith blinders andi lo k.ith lAr witnwi
est mark is 53,657. to all. for the expenses of the meet- keeps good things to eat and drink.!t nigt ord.reh her d.'
Louisiana has six. because of New ing are being met by $2, contribu- C. *D. i the anI. He regulateth her pace. he ,lt,,, t
OrleansHe re ulateth her pa l it-.101016,'1h,
,Orlea& Lions froai co:n:mercial organizations. How Things Grow as They Travel 'her out in the green ti.-i to tt g'at. ii
Maryland has seven. becau,- of Ba- o .e yourself : Comnie anid .-, that the sumnier tile.
timore. no an in tis v meti. O.-e is -ekin i e b r
issisipi.no man in tis moemt is ekin The ladies of Ocala petitioned the He braggeth about 1:.; t, Ut'
ississii. North Carolina. uth personal glory o- profit. Come and town council to oil the streets of the friends. He boast.'h tiat .-. i! l *a.
Carolina and West Virginia have: s*e tiat no man in it is a know-it-all. town as a relief against the intolora- out of his hand. lHe pat .It h-r ,-
Oklahoma varsol ree Come and strike L-anis wit.h business^ hl dlust. The petition went the pig-lually on the shoulder anxd ctali th h, r.
Oklahoma 2lu yearseld has three. mlen ju.-t as busy as yourself. uton-hole route. The ladies, not to bel"Od (;irll" Yet in ,. nlthe gro, t>
Virginia (122 years old hs three. ready to give time to plan and work outdon-hole ro taken the task upon to find hr a rt.t expeon.. Sth,. ,,.
Tennessee has only seven and the.'for a greater nation through a trear- :'i shou'ld-rs and will have th, cuneth a nuisance. IIH- t' i iiof L.:
giant state of Texas only eleven; and er .outb." k !one Coutr'act. they ayn And 1,
of these eleven not one goes above 60,- JOHN MI.PARKER. P:. h, (1 ex.tns.-.:,hlachicola. Ti !. fsr a 'ioil.. 1i, ,. .h
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Look at it another way. and th-n Orlean-.. La. PILES: P'LES! PILES! i
follow us further-in the 9',,"",' ('HARLES .\. DA\V. .----
square miles of the south, there art. Chairima Executive t';,: uni'te. VWili,'. n P?"' Oi;t:. ait iil .
just fifty-three (3:;1 daili.s or Sun:- ,T,:& ,- m ':-c:.! ... ,. : -., :''. (ure, T' ,' l Ie''ic i'
days that run over 20.""',- in the t 4.- p.. ,,.. i ,, -., ., : ,. ''., '" ,i .
(eto square m iles of Ohio. Pen:.y ( ,, \.-, ,: i....... ,' -' i:i .
nia and Massachusetts there are : :i :- i:. .. Pii,. Oi:: :' .'.
enty-four (74.) Say it loud! SEVEN- ', ..:., 7: .I tr,..- t* C un :;r- 'i i' "t ." S '.
TY-FOUR! All i'xl.iior- z:.- I' .
What is the answer? .1u.s; .olks. ___
who can read. Circulation m1'li may WOMAN'S GRAPH'C LANGUAGE Life S. PetersL'-,g
persuade readers this way ,-ie y *.. ---
only to lose them next ye to a ::ior_. Wi ,, ,'r., 'ijot of a k id i Sjini a .- "
persuasive offer: but thax; dot-s not -whiih -ihe s.-i s sh-e i.= livn'g. MIiss \h .hi .-. :, .. i;
make more folks. it is ju-' like .bift- !'-iza.- : ia:i'. "tle girl vith gray- .o
ing money from one poc.'-' -',) anl'h- g:'--o eyes." who tiree.t- ytar ago at- s; i :'. .. :
er and calling it prospe.:: -. Guesi- traced nation-w id, att-ntion by offer-, c' e .- .Unhbing.
ing contests. "prettiest teacher" com- ing herself for sale to the hihs: bid- elstS inch u.J shrilling-
petitions. "Mr. Raffles" performances der as a young American slave, has (oily, ain't i thrilling
are a;1 picturesque-and somitme-. issued a new declaration in which li-1 As we snatch 'em out.
anut.ii.a-and temporarily he'iiu!l pictures the servitude in which she -Independent.
but they do rot reach down to tihe ba- says the masses of the American ;,eo- :
sic difficulty in southern circulation., ple are living. HEALTH AND VITALITY
What we need is folks who can -esd-: Ir. a sociological dessertation enti- MOTT'S NERVINE PILLS
and want to. Give us thoso anu th tled "A Graphic Description of Hell The great nerve and brain restore'
Sa paper will almost .y one who is actually in it. tive for men and women, produces
xed charges on a paper will almost by one who is actually in it. Miss strength and vitality, builds up the
stand still while the circulatior junmps.). Magie tells of the suf-ering, hardships system and renews the normal vigor.
These statements and the :-n'-hl- embarrassments and unpleasantness- For sale by drugists or by mail, $j
sion are either true or false. Tretc es she has endured because she is per box, 6 boxes for $5.
is no midway. If we are talking ab- self-sustaining. Sold by Tydings & Co.
surdities we ask no further reading Here are some of the epigrams from Pulchritude
If we are talking truth then w, beg the yonn vwonmn's sateimeut: The comparison of Claude L'Engle
a few moments more of your tir-e. "It is htll to have a superior educa- to the late Senator Ingalls of Kansas,
Papers cannot live without rreders lion ani have to work for and obey made by the Ocaa Banner. is not bad,
(unless the circulation is for the de- the co:.nn_'nd of ignorance. I in i justice to the ppery and pic-
ception of advertisers, and based on -To, have a s.nsitivv and refined na- :1. que Flrisicn. we add that he
the principle "once a reader. always a tiue and have to be forever brushintug has far or pulchritude than the l
reader.'" whether the reader pays up against pigs. Kansan could ever claim. The latter
again or not.) To have an ear for fin music andwas justly celebrated for a pinched.latte
Farms cannot be cultivated v.ith- have to be tortured by street organs, nut-cracker risage. not at all sugges-
aut labor. Very few realize that on:!y "To know that you can do some tive of the strong and brilliant mind
tuenty-five 215) acres out of every, things better than other people anl Mr. Ingalls undoubtedly possessed. In
hundred (l 0t in the south are under'never have an opportunity to prove the matter of pulchritude Claude has
any sort of cultivation. We talk en- it, any one of his distinguished competi-
thusiastically about southern agricul-! "To hitch your wagon to a star and tors for senatorial honors easily dis-
ture and we are right: for its limits then have the darned star start right tanced.-Live Oak Democrat.
are beyond our ken-if there are off before you can get into the wag-
Fa(tories cannot be run without 'To long for a little home where Have yot: neglected your Kidneys?
hands. Do you realize that Rhode Is- you can plant and tend a fetw flowers Have you overworked your nervous
land--smaller than some of our south- and have :o live in a little sxl0 bed- system and caused trouble with, your
ern counties-has more manufactur- room. kidneys an-' bladder? Have you pains
lng activity than any one of the south-1 "To hang on to a street car strap in loins. side, back. groins and blad-
ernm ates--omitting Missouri? We! with seventeen bundles under your der? Have you a flabby appearance of
know That the south is to be a great other arm. and see silver-harnessed the face. especially under the eyes?
manufacturing region-some day! It'bulldogs riding by in autoumchiles. Too frequent a desire to pass urine?
is ol folks, and lots of them. that "-To pray for an 'angel- and get a If so. Wilklams' Kidney Pills will;
will ha-ten i. devi!. cure you--ct druggists, price 50c.
Trade cannot go on without money, "To c.eave the society of clean, cul- Sold by ydings & Co. x
4ur les we slide back to barter times turnedd people and have the janitor in-
and monte does not change hands un- ;vite you to an amusement park. The Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co..
and s there are folks to ass it along "To love the best candy an never has finished building e concrete wall
less there are folks to pass it along. i one-fifth of a mile long. 12 feet thick
Art' we agreed? The south needs have any. one-fifth of a mi!e long. 12 feet thick
Arfek who can read: for reading is the 'To le a 'poor but honest: woman and sunk 175 feet into the earth, at
tefost ewho cantelligent interesadin the and have men offer you financial as- $235. wo cost. to save 4060,IO."O,0i tons

wtrld of affairs. We should all be distance on impossible conditions. of coal. worth nearly $2,04,.1..0ol. ac
better off if there were more of us. "'To have a high staniar of moral- Mauch Chunk. Pa.. from the approach
'Ver well. then; the interest of every ity and be called a fool for not violar- of a fire that has been burning 5"-

publisher in the south in this matter ing it for a "price. years.
is exactly one with the real estate' 'To have a clear conscience and a
man. with the grower of things, the clean record and go to mSix slightly used organs. at about
tran.former of things into other "To have long-faced. sanctimonious oae-fcurth their original cost. Good
things, and with the .money handler cusses tell you that the 'Lord loveth as new. I alsa repair and tune organs
behinI, the grill of the bank. whom he chastened ". tand pianos. I have no store, so wrie
Again we say-what is the answ er? To b always debt to tOre lan cala. Fla.i 917-tf.
The -minds of the best sons of the .lady.
. .-...._It r ., ,' -To have these everlasting 'don't Cigar shipments from Tampa last

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T he l,,n- tuaz"., ,, r' b,;;! nrgin h, ill ^-p!,," li,;i r, .1 ,t
advantage of K y \West': nii1tii)rr .rn
wv:is a little coarse, an.i thil Ti ii i.
sires to apoloizLe and ask himnt Ii) f"r
get it.-Tamnpa Tinrs.

Tourists Pouring Into St. Petersburg
The St. Petersburg touri'i s.- ..as
has opened this year with th, a,4r-a
est number of tourists evtr know n in
the history of the city. Th,- numbn.;
of tourists here this early in the. s,**
son is nearly double the amount: fr
the same time last year.
Large parties from different stat..q
arrive daily and the greater part of
them are people who have never %isit-
ed our beautiful city before.-St. i'.-
tersburg Independent.

No Auto for Clark
With Hilburn out of the way. F. ank
Clark's road to re-election is elt r'ly
free of obstructions and he will nor
have to employ a "pathfin,!ini: car
Tampa Tribune.

Observe that wh.nt th -- ''
robbed a farmer's safe in New .*. rs.
they got $23510 in cash HI'w n.:aTi
fiat dwellers keep that an i ::;t on
hand in "petty cah. "-World

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T1sIs the way some of the news-
,'ms of Florida refer to Mr. Flag-
ea osegotang railroad since the hav-
Sof the recent great storm.
Marb of the uncompleted work of
ts railroad was destroyed. The work
mW have to be done all over again,
=A as It was not insured it will be a
gamt tlao to its originator and promo-
agr. But this is not the worst part of
b-es completion will be delayed.
Bat if the building of this road was
sI a foolish thing before the storm,
wty aioald It be so now? The com-
inAt4 portions withstood the fury of
Me burrkane.
Te U ble tells us that the houses
Mt are built upon the sands when
O* raits descemd are washed away.
md we know that houses whose foun-
as are built upon rocks are some-
destroyed by the terrific torna-
that sweep over our land. Should
a, therefore. cease building houses?
Twss are sometimes uprooted. Should
we aft replace them? Crops are fre-
wn*y destroyed. Should we, there-
2m,. eese tarmaing operations?
Whom Mr. Flagler began building
s rallread sad his hotels through
6at 0was them termed a wilderness,
Mef e e spithet was applied to him.
Vsr's 1olly almost became a by-
IF. but It did not long remain so.
B bes sees that section fourish as a
0aa. mad towas larger than the cap-
M f9 the state have sprung into ex-
011ee all along its route.
The 'eztemslon" will be completed,
a West will be a great city and this
magoaimg railroad will become a great
atOry of tragic and travel.
Instead of a -gigantic folly," it will
to referred to as a great achievement.



There is a lot of people hunting
trouble out of season.

The only chronic kicker who accom-
plishes anything is the mule.

General 0. 0. Howard, recently de-
ceased, served in the Seminole war in

In these physical culture days some
people display great agility in dodg-
ing taxes.

A Missouri man has been put into
jail for having married thirteen wives.
He's not a criminal. He's a lunatic.

1 "Tag day," November 25-benefit of
iTemple Theater.

Twenty thousand acres of timber
land in Liberty county has been
bought by J. J. McLean and Henry
Elliott. of Flordala. Ala., for the con-
sideration of $120,000.

Away down in the deeper recesses
of our "gizzards" we are forced to ac-
knowledge that the state of Florida
has not treated poor old Colonel
Wailes just exactly as it should.-
Jacksonville Floridian.

Cook says that his two Esquimeaux,
his only witnesses to his discovery of
the north pole are Ananias, and his
only witness to his ascent to Mount
McKinley is also an Ananias. The
doctor is unfortunate in his witnesses.

Remebre, "tag day," November 25,
for the benefit of our new theater.

The woman who went up in a fly-
ing machine with Wright said that
she understood now what it is that
makes the birds sing so. and later
she said that flying with Wright was
oh! so jolly. Here! here! Where is
Mrs. Wright?-Miami Metropolis.

"I want to make it plain now that
in his charge to the jury the court
will instruct you that the defendant
was the wife of Hodge prior to the
ceremonial marriage, just as solemnly
as if they had been married by a
clergyman." That is the way a Chica-
go judge laid down the law as to a
common law marriage the other day.

"Tag day," November 25.

How would you like to be .Mrs. Kate
About twenty-five of the younger Walker? She has not been away from
ess set in Ocala met at the her home in fourteen years. She is
Clb room% FIday night and lighthouse keeper at Robbins' Reef,
d a Cam.tn'r o Commerce. ear New York City. Her husband
TIe object of the organic as keeper for nine years. and died.
TW opbutlding of Ocala an.- Walker's outlook on all sides is
eaty. and the meeting was ter. There is no land except that
t sethusiastic on this line. which the lighthouse stands on.
vry Interesting talks urging harmb An editor wrote a notice of the
hector and constant watche "belle of the ball," and said: "Her
Sthe city's lnerests was made. "
dainty feet were encased in shoes
oilers elected for the ensuing that might have been taken for fairy-
ar were: President, H. M. Hamp- boots." The printer thought better of
ta. ~tee president. C. L. Anderson: it, though, and changed the meaning
m ary. E. E. Robinson- treasurer, entirely by putting it into type thus-
I. Keating. ly: "Her dirty feet were encased in


In spite of the big storm at Key
West, a defunct bank there has dc
cared a dividend of ten per cent
There are certain almost forgotten de-
positors in and around Miami who
might well wish for the same kind of
a blow here.-Miami News-Record.

Remember "tag day."

The death of General 0. 0. Howard
leaves only two Union corps corn
manders living, namely, General P. J.
Osterhaus, now residing in Germany
and General Daniel Sickles, both of
whom are growing very old.

"Tag day," November 25.

Ptomaine poisoning, pellagra and
hook worms seem to have made their
appearance since the "pure food laws"
have gone into operation. It does look
like the more we try to do the le-s we
succeed. Too mueh red tape. t(,oc
much government, too many sumiptu
ary laws.

If I could have my way I should
build a couple of warships a year less
Perhaps one would do. I would take
that $5.000,000 or $6,000,000 and start
at least one thousand agricultural
schools in the United States at $5000
a year each, in the shape of model
farms.-James J. Hill. And if the ed-
itor of this paper could have his way
he would have a large part of the mil-
lions that is now given to the colleges
and universities given for the estab-
lishment of country schools and the
purchase of appliances, and would
give every child a thorough education
in the three R's: "Reading, 'Riting
and 'Rithmetic."

Remebre, "tag day," November 25,
for the benefit of our new theater.

On November 9th the National Geo-
graphic Society appointed the follow-
ing committee to decide whether or
not the north pole was discovered be-
fore 1909: J. Howard Gore, George
Washington University; Rear Admiral
John M. Pillsbury, U. S. navy; Dr. C.
Willard Hayes, geographical survey.
This action of the society means it
will take the earliest possible steps to
pass on Dr. Cook's claim.
The committee will not go to Copen-
hagen, but will rely on data'obtained
elsewhere to determine whether Dr.
Cook reached the pole April 21, 190I>.

"Tag dlay," November 25-benefit of
Temple Theater.


It was thought that the Texas pa-
per which ran the "pome-"

Keel) boostin'
had won the ribbon, until a Missouri
edito-- came along with:

After tw election of officers the ap- shoes that might have been taken for Boom
paotment of directors of the two ferry-boats."-Lake City Index. Hum e.
~ef departments of the organization -Kansas City Times.
W entered into. viz: legislative and Remember "tag day." November 25,
eierutive These departments are to November 2
be conducted for the year by the fol-I With broom corn bringing the farm- for the benefit of our new theater.
tiBrnz |ers $173 per ton we may expect the
Is lai..-M.. Roess. G. "insurgent tariff" organs to again Advance Texas Rates
Point outr the iniquities of the Payne Special to the Ocala Banner.
VMen. R R. Carroll. Marcus Frank bill.-Eni. Events. New York, Nov. 15.-Effective to-
-d- Harvy Clark. I Now. this bright fulmination ought day. the. Mallory andl Morgan steam-
Ki-ctrive-IDr J. C. Boozer. Dr. F. to settle the whole tariff controversy, ship lines advance freight rates on a
R McClane-. F \V. Ditto. Sidney Haile Because the farmers get a big price number of important commodities.
aMd P V Leavtengood. for broom corn it serves them right The advance is of great importance to
Th*... committeess both held meet- in paying a big price for all manufac- Texas hippers. Canned goods, beans
2 C,.ptui rda ad hzv aonnna ti. lt *., --A

The highest amount ,:' iTile,. t,.iln..-.- :. -
or liability to which tOhw corporarin -
can at any time subject iisf will e '
Twenty Thousand Dollar;-, $a2 .( ,,, . .1 T --

ow r ,,,,ay a ave u.gon ae c.-ve jiured articles and implements. and peas, agricultural implements and VI ',. ..I
to 11w work laid out for them by ther.,tit, I .
bM .ork laid out for thea by thd t l machinery are among the merchandise The names and residents of h*,. ;t, [,s '. ,. ,
tr of Commerce. Mrs. C. E. Ball and two children affected. subscribers and the amount of the ,r r
lamg live the new organization. swill leave tomorrow night for Wash- capital stock subscribed by '-ach are ,o, of h, ,, ,
ington, where Mrs. Ball will take "Tag day," November 25. as follows: w. q ..ra. r ,.1 *1t ,,o lI, .
To Ascend Mt. McKinley charge of her parents' residence dur- shares. Meffert. Ocala. Fla.. te Sprin r
1-0Ial to the Ocala Banner: ing the absence of Col. and Mrs. S. M. The little city of Dunnellon, in the H. L.. Dickson. Mclntosh Fla t ben t ortr.'he,. s .,1. h r ...
Seetti. Nov. 15.-Dispatches from ;Sparkman. who have been called to heart of the phosphate district, is go- shares. t .t quarter. th. ion n. ,
PMrtbaks. Alaska. state that a party the bedside of their son. Curtis, in ing to become quite a railroad center, J. K. Christian, Mclntosh. Fla.. ten cf thbu' nrat.aPt 1 .13 *or 'i..-
Wf vre experienced mountain climbers Atlanta. Their many friends will re- and prospects for its growth are very E. L. easaannCira F ten t qu.art'r of th.r ro oh.f h.,. ,
U start today on an ascent of Mount great to learn of his serious illness bright in consequence thereof. The shares. matra a. ten xct the a uart.r o th r
UiKaIeNy. with the object of putting and hope for a speedy recovery.- Seaboard will have their road corn- J. H. Taylor, Ocala Fla ten at quarter of the southwtera qu .
= Md to the controversy as to wheth- Tampa Times, Nov. 2. lDieted to that point by January 1st, shares. eas quts t quarter at soutbe qorth
Dr. Cok reached the summit. The and the Tampa Northern will proba- sh. D. Carn, Ocala, Fla., twenty-flve ter t ona heo thea t quae ..
ma Is composed solely of Alas- November 25 is "tag day" at the bly reach there about one month later. F. W. Bishop, Anthony Fla., fiv that portion of the outhes ars
M a4 was financed by people of fair. The enterprising citizens of Dunnel- shares. Bub of the northeast quarter eaoweu -
m ttery. I Ion are to be congratulated upon the L. R. Chazal, Ocala, Fla., five talns thirty acre., all ot whpu amed
I- The DeFuntak Springs Breeze has bright future for ther cty-the shares. ad Is In seon IS. ow
ew Line to For had an interview with Hon. W.A.ture for their city-the pro- Jake Brown, Ocala, Fla., three south, range .t. and all
pects that at some day not very far shares.
9 alto the Ocala Banner: jBlount of Pensacola, who is a candi- distant t will be numbered among W. T. Gary. Ocala Fla. two share rsonal property ow n
W o. NoT. 15-Beginning today,,date for the United States senate the largest interior cities of the state J. L. Wiley, Fessenden. Fla., three ntction with the operatbopor ,f t Ir
f laois Central will have a new Editor Storrs finds him a great man- -Live Oak Democrat shares. th above h dawribeo. lands r ari
ft10m route for passenger traffic be- just like a great many others that he e ak Democra A. L. Izlar, Ocala, Fla.. two shares. Ing tcow. hogs. hors,, lal" ltl Im
Chicago and Jacksonvillela., h met. He has always, heretofore. November 25 is tag day" at the Camp. Ocala, Fla., ten shares. ing implements. -rp rI ".m
0 sew to be over the Illinois Central he says, looked upon him as a rail- fair. shares. Alln arns and frowingx n *l :
* UIrmi gham. Ala.. from there to Al- road attorney, pure and simple, with- J. M. MEFFIERT. (Seal.) uhAlmi lion of thb webl half tA 1 t
,W .Ga.. over the Central of Georgia. out any interest in the people except H. L. DICKSON. (Seal.) subli'ision of thf wt htlf f mrta
Misa Albany to Jacksonville over to squeeze them. Now he finds Mr. NOTICE L. CRTAN. (Seal.) 15. south. ran,. 2 a. -tn40 o
M Atlastic Coast Une. The new'Blount just the reverse.-Lake City In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi- W. D. CARN. (Seal.) a astak.A at ,iortheast o4ern.r of. a-
alewill be opened with a fast solid Index. cial Circuit of Florida, in and for JNO. H. TAYLOR. ISeal.) ,, n ut',h 4t,4 ,-, ,a s, I.is.l ,
geuger train to be operated daily Marion County-In Chancery. F. W. BISHOP. ISeal.) t,.fft Y,, ,h*'.,* tn.h 4n t..t. .,
gwvm Chlicago and Jacksonville. "Tag day," November 25-benefit of Morris F. Large. Complainant, vs. LOUIS R. CHAZAL. (Seal.) -take.' ,h, ath'*-t ore' -'..
SChicago and JacksoTemple Theater. Elizabeth Large, Defendant.--Order JAKE BROWN. Se,'al.) '.t,, h *.a ,, ln l -rg.
for Constructive Service. W. T. GARY. (Seal.) **, h,. inr1i
PRINTATORIAL Both health bills before the legisla- It is ordered that the defendant A. L. I ZLR. (Seal.) ,,.
''herein named. to-wit: Elizabhth JOS. L .WlI.FY oJIN ( I i1

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The undersigned, intending and pro- *** ,,Rn
posing to organize a corporation under ***
the general laws of Florida. relating '
to corporations for profit, and the acts
of the legislature amendatory thereto. AT REDUCE0 PgICES
hereby make and publish the follow-
ing articles of incorporation and lpro-
posed charter, viz:. During f ir W eek
The name of the corporation -hailll
be Ocala Fertilizer Company. and it-
principal place of business shall
at Ocala, in Marion county. Florida. I
with its branch offices at such oth.r Our new rall Line o f tr ttirf
places as the board of directors i.y1
f from time to tine' designate.
is now arriving laiy inj v ,
The general nature of the' business
to be transacted by the corporation is ; b
to mix, manufacturer, hty, anl s.-ln W eek t we wili have ( VrVt n
commercial fertilizers of all kinds
and of all grades: to buy. a,,,quire. l to
own. sell,. lease, mortgage. or oth.r gOOg Sio, h0 e to biS CTCJ t ,'
r wise deal in lands. buililinzs. s?',wk.
real estate, personal propt-rty. and-
such other property as may 'be n.'' Visitors to our city during th!' u
sary and incident to the general Ihar
actor and conduct of Its business.
aThe corporation will engage' in th.- CiOUS OCCaSIon. W C CJ:n *
mixing., manufacture, buying and s. 11
ing commercial fertilizers. fe-rtillzr
materials, chemicals, phosphate rock anything you may % n '. i H w
guano and such other fertilizers andl
materials as it may ,le-m pnrofltabl-.
It will engage in buying, ginning: Furnishing line, an as ta te
and selling cotton and cotton sefld. ini
the crushing of cotton se-al. andl th -,
t manufacture of cotton s.,l meal and have marked evrythinRg o n f ,
I of cotton seed oil.
It will engage in the kene-ral nier-
chanalise business. It will engage' in OCK DOttOm rice. IIt v U J.re ;
a general seed buiFin'ss. to liuy and'
-to sell. flower. vegetable and farir teat g visiting a an
r r speds o li templating visiting the Fair knJna rt
It shall have power to build and
construct such stone, brick, masonry., o n thi '*: n
metal and wood works andl buildings n C ned O anything in our .ine. of
necessary for the proper conduct ofi
its general business. nostruct ma ( S?
It shall have power to cnostructin in d us. W Wil mA C V yur
railroad spur tracks and tram carol
tracks, such as are necessary to the' xt
proper conduct of its general busi- visit pr fitable to you.
ness, and shall have power to operate
same. It shall have power to buy ac-
quire, own. sell, lease, mortgage lands, Y u s f um it U
real estate and personal property ne-
cessary to the proper conducting of,
its general business, and to market.A
sell. ship or otherwise dispose of its i
products. It shall have power to op- I
rate its factory, roads, mills and O FUT N
The amount of capital stock author 1 O(.LA I. 4 ,
sized is the sum of Twenty Thousand
Dollars ($20,060p, which will b-' divil- -0 - 0 - - -----_-_-_- .. ... .
ed into two hundred shares of the par
value of One Hundred Iollars per "
share. Not less than fifty per c-ennt
of the authorized capital stock %hall .a,. ;', "
be subscribed for and paid for in ash
before the company shall transa,'. i
under its corporate seal. any to,, I-
ness. All of the authoriz.al capital Notz*e of Inten Pateon1 *t .
stock may be issued and [pail for a- t'rs Pateot
such times, and on such trms .insi , a '. t '
conditions as the board of I:r.'c',rs '*
may designate. \ i ,
IV. ni , . .
The term for which the t orpo T',iont ,,., '. ..
shall exist is ninety-nineo y,-:irs Th ,
officers who shall conduct- 'ho hus: Th;. r
ness of the corporation will loo- : r ***- .,
idrn't, vice president, a s+-.-retary. na j ,
treasurer, and a board of directors no'!
exceeding seven in number. All of k .
whom shall be electe.l by ttih stawk i I \ "
holders at the first rn"ular n i....i e '
of the corporation and yearly thre-.f .
ter. The secretary and tr-asure.r may -.
or may not be one and th,' same' [,er i *r____
The first regular nor.' in~g of h,. SMRS SAL
corporation to select |0 rni1r,.nt ff1i-
cers. shall be held seco d T"uesia. in I *' '
March. 1910. : '
The names of tho officers who w ill I'' 'a .'. .
conduct the business of th' i, >rpora b',"j 'J;"r".'"
tion until those lect'., a: th,- tir "". ,
regular meeting are: .1. M 1l,,ff,,-er' < ',, ', .
president: .J. K. Christin. .i.', pr'.i : '
dent: W. D. Carm.n sc.r,.art .! t .1 U '! .
Taylor. treasurer, and .1 '.1. \I f, r' I Mcrday. Deci e t -C
K. Christian. V. ('alrn. !." I. \\',"rt 'j
mann. F. \V. Bishop... II. T"r I,,r. ,i 1 T:- .
rectors. .



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ChlaM Vail. best In the ertl for the
pro" ... ...... ...... ...... ... S r

901@4, Wt and dark shades,e quality.
t ...... ...... ..... .... .....4 l -2c

4onidalb Bleached Muslin, yard wide, you all
Iw what it is; sale price only ........ 10e

Itlie du Nord Olinghams, pretty patterns,
'nd all shades, 15c quality at ........ I0c


Yard wrqt~e bbmebe4 39 lneing, h ea
%%El ~ig t ai".~i 'inl

10-4 I'nhleacheid Shet ing, full size. will
blench white, 2 fCe quality, sa ilI lrl( . 21,"

Ladies Black Satin
sal'e price .....

Sacrifice Sale in Men's Clothing.
That will break all records for price cutting over attempted by this or
any other mercantile house in this place; a sale that will interest every
man for 50 miles. Let us prove our assertion by showing you.

Men's Worsted Suilts, very latest pat terns and styles, 49
regular $12.50 value, sale price ...... ...... .... . . .tp

Men's All Wool Blue Serge Silts. regular $12.5.; val-
tie, sale price ... ...... .............. ...... .....

Men's Fancy Imported Worsted Suits, very latIest pat-
torns and models, $18 .50 value . . . . . . . . .

One lot of Odds and Ends Suits only one or two of
a kind, $8.5(0 to $12.501 value, sale price. ......... ...

We have piece goods on l*nd for your selection and
during this sale we will take your measure and make
you a pair of pants for ............................. . .
It is worth your while to come in and look over thlie goods.

500 Pair Men's Pants, all sizes, and all colors, $2.00
value, sale price ...... ........... ...... ..... .....

Petticoats, worth doullle.
. ...... ..... ... . 5 9C,

!. Opl m' li h)? eft,.u *h Au 'r I 's,
t1i.e I t)E% a ;i le jt ivee 1ot.

All l ,ir *e',1 and 2,' filose are'
ih s;il,, a t .. . .. . ..
pa irs for ... .... . . ...

Pl'arl Huttons. IIoc kind, per doz

Towels at a great reduction.

Liing dluring
... ...19 "
..... $1.00

S-.- I --.-- --

$4.O 1) m~ d $',.11c1 1 ure Worstid Pants, lat st patterns
an ld imi ke. sale I price . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

:;100i p iri All Wool Pants, $2..'l and $:1.00 kind.
odds and ends. to close them iout ..... .............



Ladies' Cloaks and Suits.
Ladies ("onks and Suits at a great reduction. it you are int'nding to
lbuy onpe you will do yourself an inj.i.slice by not looking over our of-
feriigs in) tiis line. O)ur spae li h(re is limited.

Mercerized Poplin.
Molrcerized IPoplin, all newest shades, it is all the go: 9
'1 (| quai lity at . . . . . ..... . . . . . . .

Leather Suit Cases.
Leather Suit ('tses, sizes 22, 24 anid 26. $S.0(10 value; w
you a present of one if you can buy them elsewhere at
anywhere near the lrie' at which we are selling theni;
sale price ...... ... .... ......... .. . ... .. . ... . .

'e will make


lit, I. II
el.. ?Ie
,'qI glee


.Iti II sto t -#in I I i ? to e fill';'a :1 52 98

SI lt 1h:,1-, 'lo th r ttl ii1) I'll. -it ..... 49c

Yowig I f -'-, I bot ,. o lee ~hsan IdshapIes
from $ "I ) I ( )o A 2 \ of I lii's. ilelovai m I
price' .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .....98,1

qilality sad Umlab. It Is worth vv' wrn""
of 51 ntoo pot Yard. ualo. ;url"coa ul%

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Shoes. Shoes. Shoes.
\\'' li\i(' 1 I iull stock of Men's. iWomen 's and (hildrenl's Shoe's and
will save' yo' i tfmoney oil every pair you I uiIy'. O()r stock is so large' that
it is imllpoi siblo. to ilniinerate l helli :ll on this she,'t. therefore we' illl
only liention l l few I !1l1d if yolu are in need of ;*1 pa;ir of sll 'es fI'or yo r-
s1lf'. wife or fImily. ill we wanti you ito do is to( il compare valid fior
o e l ll s l \ (an \ v e can foretell tlhe t'e'siill . rItt itE 'iii.. i ): t li will I)w
in our fav 'or. W\'' liiav' ti goods alld arel' willing to sacrific-e h41ii for1 '
a;i lito i'r' It .on )i' iin)\ ill -.

()ur I 1'> li t0 li Slh.o -. \vlii'lh ai''' we'll knlIowI tol all sho.lu' n to
hi' tI he l I' 1 Sho Illtade. ;w, it is 1 li1fllis1 belch
, le.. 0 ... .. ... .. .............. ...... ...... $.. l$9 8
11* s l .H' II:l \osI a p.,iir o, ,,( o' IIt li one, yoli \ill nleI veIr luiy another liI:1 ke
of s lhoes it within lt th i' reach oi f thiIt.

Sir Knihit M ! 1.001 11 1ei, al di its thi' bet tI'mr thi iric, i ..... .....

frol lii .. .... . .. ....... ... .. ....... ... . .

ollldi' os, Sih.....i a.ndi low cut. I D
from ...... .. . .. ... . .. ....... ...... ..... 97 U P

OMi._ m-- .-_

We know that we are a sore eye to some of our competitors, and you are sure to hear the

own battle, and judging from the patronage and our growth, we are coming out the victors.

The Removal Sale of The Globe will be remembered long by those who take advantage

seated or money refunded. It will pay you to come in and buy your needs for the next six moni

In conclusion we will say that we do not intend to move a single dollars wo

as we have bought almost an entirely new stock for it, which will arrive in due t

our entire stock at a great sacrifice, and sacrifice we will. All we want you to do

Thanking you in advance for calling, we remain,

% o- h i -, fw Irto I aif l'uT I k 4 Is r I e-iII

r.lA'iie-o I f ho-uut Ver 0ti e '$1 49

I it l ti e r l c hiii i 1% lii i ; i iii- I''' t. fm -fi h d

lie (uIalitv.% Ila..t .41.

Mon's Ii tavYfvyticepelUn dvriwea r. Sit irt ;a nd
d ':lw fers .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .... ........ 37c

ro i i . . . . .

\\e' hli\' ins'\ r'crived 20111 pairs of Men's 0
f;tl andild ;ti'tllt lte;t lhirs. \l'hfie House brandl, (]
:ia,' fro I'I .:.eil to $5.i.ll) shoes, sizes from 5 to
hliri ,e \\ w ill sell t at . . . . . . .

Bargain in BIank

211 l' in> llecnvy \\'ool finished Blankets, wh
1r1:y. sli gl, tly impiier'fe'ct, worth as they are $2.
pa;ir. It' y( u are in need of Blankets it will pi
you to hlook thi-ro h tIhem; sale )rlce... ......

The Underselling i

\\' ,,'\\jt to i drive two facts right down into y
will not foget them:
I'i rst That The (Ilobe is the Indi'rselling MSt
money eve'1ry time you are making a purchase;
during th(e limoval Sale.
The other fact is,. That we are always willing
your money, without n question. Youi have
nothing to lose by trading here.

pm knocking us but, we are here to

of it. We guarantee every article


rth of these goods into our n<
ime. Consequently we must

is to come and we will do


BlhiTck .4ckm with wi

lie tife I O C Ir liow

Shoe Polish for all
: for r . . . . .

Ivery artfile in our
you can lliy it else

... $8.98







... ............ ...

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and will like what you get if you trade with us. You are invited to make cur store your headquarters while attending the

SMarion County Fa'ir==-

Your Visit Will Be Profitable If You Do Your Trading At Our Store While In Ocala.

We added a new line to this department this season. It's
LADIES' TAILORED SUITS do__________We_ do not h0indl. I H- hii i r- lif I I* o
While our stock is not the largest in this section. we do claim that it ____ Orala. but w do ha ilI- th.- kind itha'
is one of the best selected that ever came to this town. We are showing MADE UP AS GOOD AS ANY IN THI% e r '
some of the latest weaves in fabrics that is made in ladies' Suits. The oA P. A Sc A ,,, t a,,, ,,A ,. ,,
workmanship is excellent, while the prices are in reach of all.. Only
$1000 to $5.00 .Not a suit in the line that is not worth 25 per cent. more. FOR MEN
LADIES' SKIRTS n hii 1 i( \\n
Or line of Ladies' Skirts is good this season. They are made to our from ,hk S r, nl st da, rn -t ... ,
order in the very latest modes. Prices. $1.98 to $11.00. roui 1and V15.00 the s.-uf.it. .. .
LADIES' LONG COATS aimar$13.00 and $15.00 the suit.
Are also shown in this department; some are as long as 53 inches. It TROU ERS
will pay you ito look over this line before Investing In a Coat. ? "" *
Is one of our "Pet" lines, and we take great pride in the same. You Al a.p^hs Thn al, ';, ,,..w on ,, a .o
will find here just what you want. We are showing some beautiful net T Stai 'io'pil l ta * '** A
waists at $1.69 to $4.98. Our garments are made to fit and we are here to ^ y y""
see that they do fit. BOYS CLOT
Ours is a safe store for you to deal at. because "we advertise what we BOYS CLOTE
do, .and do what we advertise." .
thatdwill aaisavi .I=II
SHOES FOR *EN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN0 'to s7.s 1 Sml l; ,0 "1,1-4 to* '
If a line ever bad anything to win the success of our business, it has a rilV 'r ;'1l ..* .
been the kind of Shoes we sell. n r d uy 9 I m .
OUR STANDING GUARANTEE I'" to ha to Iil-a 're. i'. (I Try us wvern ite r e -ee* ..* .
has always been, and will continue to be: That if a Pair of Shoes We Sell
You Does Not Give Satisfatory Wear We Will, Upon Return of Same, Give
You a New Pair of Shoes FREE OF CHARGE. DRESS W
Give our shoes a test, and we feel Th10 ,; o ,-1ar 11 I *'** r ,,
assured that this will be your future home for footwear. For men, the fam S to re h lii nl- r ts h MAdi" or
ous A t w of (h. o.ie ofuna *t ** . at*etr a
"BOSTONIAN" and "BEACON" Brands loAt ..%toOf t r. ,.,.r .'t to, .anl uo
are carried on our shelves. They sell from $3.00 to $5.00. IPiplins. asort. colors a'11 At1Ck and up
An da better shoe for the price has never been manufactured. The Satin He'. amslforte.d a ootrt a9 24 and 2p
Patent Leahters of these brands are warranted not to break. We have a Silk Stripd Ianfti at. a r. i ..r . .
very large and assorted line of Ita.sket W.-a t h II '.-$ f.., .,1 . .
BOYS' AND GIRLS' SCHOOL SHOES Mohairs. at%.rt.. il r r ** a 45 .4
These shoes will wear and give perfect satisfaction. The prices are \'or-t.*l .toinic io.nethinf t.,, o .(, I
based according to sizes, but we assure you that we can suit your purse We have all kin :1 of |>r'- Nlp p.r' . . .. .
and at a saving. sti u nll n. 0o 1i,*te@ 4a,,1 .' aIr .-u ,' .. .


we ever made.


Visit our store and be



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M Wel Gompers, John Mitchell an
Pr-k Morrison, labor leaders. undel
aaftece of alleged contempt of cour
S11be compelled to return to Wasi
ta1 from Toronto, where they wer
scalding the American Federation c
Labor convention, next Monday, t
appear before the district court of aP
qe@,s which recently affirmed Justic
Whtt's decision imposing jail terms
The labor leaders will probably su
owL a writ of habeas corpus, and
beeM the judge refuse to discharge
abm the next step will be an appeal
to the United States supreme court
lgy this means the alleged violation
ty court of immunity from prosecu
.Io, claimed to be guaranteed by the
i rt amendment to the constitution
peftding free speech and free press
s.lve the United States supreme court
an opportunity to determine what the
traer of that amendment intended
The mandate of the district court ol
appeal. directing execution of the
lelmces will probably reach the dis
t tet supreme court Saturday. The
oraer of the lower court is necessary
to gve j edment on the mandate
The labor leaders will remain at liber
ty fntl Monday. when they are ex
paesd to voluntarily surrender.

Ptf a has been set down by some
wifte as a southern disease, but the
qta are that It has been reported in
ast every state in the Union. One
eo the principal speakers at the pella-
cm oeafterece at Columbia, 8. C., last
weak was Dr. George A. Zeller, of the
stoat bspital for the insane at Peoria,
Ill He said thUt the situation in his
*tte was alarming, and that it was
threatened with a scourge. The first
case was noticed in the Illinois hospit-
at last August, since which time 130
.am a have developed in that institu-
.rM, and forty-five of them have died.
or. Seller added that there is little
tepe that the lives of the other pa-
Steats eam be saved.
There are cases of this disease
scattered from north to south, and
twm east to west. The United States

Some time ago one of the maga
id zines printed a story of George West
>r inghouse and Commodore Vanderbilt
t. Westinghouse was then trying to in
h- troduce his air-brake, and finally se
,e cured an interview with the grea
)f chief of the New York Central rail
o road.
P- Westinghouse talked enthusiastical
e ly. Vanderbilt giving only an occas
I. ional grunt to indicate that he was
e listening. Finally, Vanderbilt inter
d rupted by asking:
e 'Young man. do you mean to say
l you can stop a train of cars with
* wind?"
n Westinghouse assented he could.
- "Well, all I can say is," concluded
e the commodore, "that I'm too busy to
. listen to d--d fools."
The greatest railroad man of his
t time was unable to see anything in
P the invention which, almost next to
* the discovery of steam itself, has
f most contributed to the development
R and safety of travel.
- Vanderbilt, in this particular, had
that which afflicts a majority of men
in chronic form-brain blindness.
. Business men in Palatka have been
- talking about it during the past year.
-J They see where they neglected oppor-
Itualties in the past.
One instance:
Some fifteen years ago a former
t state senator from this county had an
option on thousands of acres of Put.
nam county land at thirty cents an
acre, Including the Umber. He was
unable to Afnd a purchaser. Brain
Now, that a large part of this same
land is worth, from $40 to $60 and $80
per acre, these brains can see.
To every human being, the brain Is
the one thing of great value; compare.
ed to it all other values are as noth-
Those who develop their brains do
so by continually looking into things
they do not understand-until they do
understand them.
If you only read books about things
you already know, only talk about the
things you have talked about before,
only meet people whose uttermost
t.n t %to%- 16___ .

better appreciate the wonderful in-
otrument nature has placed inside
your skull.
Those who have followed along this
line are today urging an even more
rapid development of the natural re- T- fO T f f
sources of our county and state, and r E u T
strange as it may seem to you, the -
majority of those who see our advan-
tages and are urging them with most
enthusiasm are among the more re- CALA,
cent comers to the state.-Palatka

Time has scattered the snowy flakes
on her brow, plowed furrows in her
cheeks-hut is she not sweet and
beautiful now? The lips which have
kissed many tears from the childish
cheeks are the sweetest lips in all the|
world. The eye is dim, yet it glows
with the rapt radiance of a holy love
which cannot fade. Oh, yes, she is a
dear old mother. Her sands of time
are nearly run out, but feeble as she
is she will go farther and reach down
lower for you than will any other on
earth. You cannot walk into mid-
night where she cannot see you; you
cannot enter a prison whose bars
shall keep her out; you cannot mount
a scaffold too high for her to reach
and bless you. In evidence of her
deathless love, when the world shall
despise and forsake you-when it
leaves you by the wayside to die un-
noticed-the dear old mother wlU
gather you up in her feeble arms, car-
ry you home and tell you of your vir-
tues until you almost forget that your
soul is disfigured by vice. Love her
tenderly and cheer her declining years
with holy devotion.-Lake City Re-

Remember "tag day."

Rather than ask for clemency at the
hands of the government, Sheriff
Shipp of Hamilton county, Tenn., will
stand for re-election and vindication.
Captain Shipp's sentence for falling
to prevent the lynching of Ed John-
son, negro, whose legal execution for
criminal assault on a white woman,
was stayed for review by the supreme
court, will exnire inst In tima fn. .hi.

We will prove any assertion



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SA to Apply for Letter Pat.
Mom is ent
~ t Is bery glven that the un-
of iAtentud to apply to the gov-
O*Of t state of florida on
Thr- M Dy of Dehmber, 100w,
Sbttme atent incorporating the
PANT. under the laws of Florida, with
St under the following proposed
d r.r t h original of which is now
ml in the office of the secretary of

(And Others.)
Charter of McIntosh Tele-
Phone Company
Th" undersigned hereby associate
h4Rmselvqs together for the purpose
f becoming incorporated, and form-
*S a corporation under and by virtue
of the laws of the state of Florida,
with. and under, the following pro-
Potted charter.
The name of this corporation shall
CO)MPANY and its business shall be
,hoductted in the state of Florida.
o>.'i i. (of Marion. Alachua and
%..*. wherever necessary for conven-
to ei, and profit. The principal office
of thi- corporal i, in shall be in the
ltY.n of .Mrintosh. in Marion county.
The e.uin.ral nature of the business
'o h,* tran -acted by this corporation
%hall tw to build, erect. own, buy.
lea-... F. -,. convey. mortgage, pledge.
-xchang.. Inijprove and otherwise
deal in telephone business: to own
and ,llspooe of real estate or personal
pro olwr'y. and to have and exercise
such powers as may be incidental, ne-
crsnary or convenient to the business
of this corporation, and all of the
rihts. powers and privileges of a cor-
poration organized under the laws of
M to. state of Florida.
IiThe main line of said Telephone
Company is to run from Mclntosh, in
Marion county. to Evinston. in Alach-
Sa county. a distance of about three
miles. anIl such other lines from the
Melatosh office, through, and in, the
counties mentioned as may become
aveessary and convenient, or that may
seem to the interest of said corpora-
The amount of the capital stock of
thits corporation shall be One Thous-
d lDollars ($1000.00). to be divided
taIo shares of Ten Dollars ($10.00)
each All of said capital stock sub-
crithed to be paid on call at a time
to t fixed by the board of directors
at a meeting to bl called for that pur-
The. term for which said corporation
,hall exist shall te ninety-nine (99)
The business of said corporation
shall tw conducted by a President.,
Vier President. Secretary. Treasurer,
Mama er. and a board of five directors
-the o ce of Secretary and Treasur-
,r may be held by the same person.
The board of directors may appoint
eue other offcers of this corporation
hawti such powers and duties and
terms office as may be fixed by the
hy-aw or as described by the direct-
mr. The directors shall be elected
hiy the stockholders at each annual
metilng. All other officers of this cor-
wrmtom shall be elected annually by
The am=al meeting of this corpor-
emm shall be held on the second
Tesdy of the month of January of
eah year. The business of this cor-
pertion shall be conducted until the
e ers elected at the first meeting
sh qualify. by the following offi-
eer : S. H. Walkup, president: E. W.
Rmh. vice president; H. L. Dickson,
amt ery and treasurer; W. E. AI-
es. manager. and S. H. Walkup. E.
W. Rush. H. L. Dickson, W. E. Allen
and J. A. Murrell. directors-
The highest amount of indebted-
Smes. or liability, to which this corpor
ation ran at any time subject Itself
sihll not exceed the capital stock.
names and residences of the
rrlblg Incorporators. together
A the amount of capital stock sub-
eriied by Ieach are as follows:
Nane. Residence No. Shares
*. H. Galtskill. Mclntosh, Fla......S
W K. Allen. Mclntosh, ila.........5
Walkuap Bros. Mclntosh, Fla........ 5
g. W. Rush. McIntosh. Fla....... 3
J. K. ('hrlstian. Mclntosh. Fla...... 3
P Price. Mclntosh, la .........3
3. W. Mesas. Mclntosh, Fla........2
J. 8. Allk. Quincy, Vta............5
P. Gc. Basal, Quincy. --Fla ........
L R Douglass. Quincy. Pla....... 3
SI Stlth. Mclntosh. Fla.........1
D. B. Buttes, McIntosh, Fla-- ..--.... 2
S M. Jaso Grant. MclntOh. Fl ... .2

' R. Brown Mclntosh, ia........
A. C. Walkup. Mclntosh. Fla........ 3
W. I-. Dickson. McIntosh, Fla ....... 3
W. G. Norsworthy. McIntosh, Fla... 3
J. A. Murrell. Mclntosh, Fla ........ 5
DV. H. Pettys. McIntosh, Fla........ 1
. B3. Keep. Boardman. Fla........3
5. M. Warner. Hatfleld. Mass .....3
J. 0. Turnipseed. McIntosh, Fla....1
0. a. Means. McIntosh. Fla.... ....2
W. R. Williams. Quincy. Fla ....... .5
. A. McCarley, Boardman, Fla.....2
W. M. Gist, McIntosh. Fla..........3t
S. H. WALKUP, Pres.
H. Lt DICKSON, See and Treas.
W. E. ALLEN, Mgr.
State of Florida,
County of Marion.
eft rw me personally appeared S. H.
Walkup. H. L. Dickson and W. E. Al-
ba. each of whom is to me well
kiown, and known to me to be the
piems described in and who execut-t
d the orgoingarticles of incorpora-T
des. and a.l3owledged to and before
No that they executed the same for
the Wp therein expiprescd. t
witnosS my hand a og sala



Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned intend to apply to the gov-
ernor of th? state of Florida on the
20th Day of December, A. D. 1909,
for letters patent on the proposed
charter, a copy of which is hereto at-
tached. th< original of which is on
file in the office of the secretary of
state at Tallahassee. Fla.:
The undersigned do hereby associ-
ate themselves together as a body
corporate under the provisions of the
statute laws of the state of Florida.
and do publish. the following articles
of incorporation:
The name of this corporation shall
PANY. The principal place of busi-
ness of this corporation shall be at
Citra, Florida. with such branch of-
fices as may be adopted by the board
of directors.
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by this corporation
shall be: To carry on the business of
growing oranges, vegetables and
fruits, to buy, sell, and deal with the
same for a commission or otherwise,
to purchase and otherwise acquire or-
ange groves and land, or property of
any description, whether real or other-
wise, which may be deemed useful or
conducive to the attainment of any of
the objects of the corporation.
To use, manage, develop, conduct.
sell. exchange or otherwise turn to ac-
count. or deal with or dispose of the
property of the corporation.
To sell or otherwise dispose of any
of the business or property or assets
of the corporation.
To borrow or raise money for the
purpose of the corporation.
To create and execute and issue
bonds or debentures, stocks, mortgag-
es and other instruments for the se-
curing and payment of same.
To raise money upon loans or oth-
erwise for the purposes of the corpor-
To make, accept, endorse and exe-
cute promisory notes, and other nego-
tiable instruments.
To purchase, construct, lease, own
and operate rail or tram roads, canals
or telephone lines for the purpose of
its own business, but not as a common
carrier, having none of the rights and
privileges of common carriers, nor
none of the duties, obligations or lia-
bilities of common carriers.
To do all such other things as are
incidental or conducive to the attain-
ment of the objects or any of them
above named, which may be conven-
iently carried on and done in connec-
tion therewith, which may be calculat-
ed to directly or indirectly enhance
the value or render profitable, any
business or property of the company.
The amount of the capital stock au-
thorized by the corporation will be
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars,, di-
vided into two thousand shares of par
value of One Hundred Dollars per
share, payable in property, real or per-
sonal, at a just valuation to be fixed
by the incorporators at a meeting call-
ed for that purpose. Said stock to be
issued when good and sufficient con-
vayances and deeds to the same are
made to the company and delivered to
the secretary and treasurer.
The term for which this company
shall exist shall be ninety-nine years.
The business of the corporation
shall be conducted by a President,
Vice President. Secretary and Treasu-
rer, both of which offices may be held
by the same person, if desired, and a
board of five (5) directors, of whom
the President, Vice President, Secre-
tary and Treasurer shall be members.
All of said officers of said corporation
shall be stockholders therein, at4 all
of said officers shall be elected by the
stockholders at their annual meeting,
to be held on the first Thursday In
November of each year.
Clarence Camp shall be President,
Jack Camp shall be Vice President,
John R. Williams shall be Secretary
and Treasurer, and. with W. N. Camp
and R. C. Camp, shall constitute the
first board of directors: all of the said
officers to be continued in office and
conduct the business of the corpora-
tion until the election and qualifica-
tion of their successors at the first
election to be held under the provis-

ions of this article.
The highest amount of Indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
shall at any time subject itself shall
be One Hundred Thousand Dollars.
The names of the subscribers to
these articles are as follows, and their
place of residence is set opposite
each name. together with the amount
of stock subscribed for by each:
Name Residence Shares of
Capital Stock
L-.,. Williams. Citra. Fla-..... 1000

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I'nited States Land Office.
G(ainesville. Florida,
November 17. 1909.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the
Florida Central and Peninsular Rail-
road Company has filed in this office
a list of lands situated in the town-
ships described below, and has applied
for the approval of said tracts: that
the list is open to the public for in-
spection and a copy thereof by de-
scriptive subdivisions has been posted
in a convenient place in this office for
the inspection of the public generally
and all persons interested.
Within the next sixty days following
the date of this notice, protests or
contests against the claim of the com-
pany to any tract or subdivision
within any section or part of section
described in the list, on the ground
that the same is more valuable for
mineral than for agricultural purpos-
es, will be received and noted for re-
port to 'the General Land Office at
Washington. D. C.
HENRY S. CHUBB. Register.
Florida Central and Peninsular Rail-
road Lands
Gainesville Land District, Florida.
Township 14, south, range 19, east.
east half northeast quarter, section
24: township 14. south, range 20, east,
west half northwest quarter and
northwest quarter southwest quarter,
section 30; township 14, south, range
21, east. southeast quarter southwest
quarter, section 30, east half southeast
quarter, section 36; township 15.
south, range 21. east, west half south-
west quarter, section 22. east half,
section 23; township 16. south, range
21, east, east half southeast quarter,
section 22, northwest quarter, west
half southwest quarter and northeast
quarter southwest quarter, section 2G,
north half, section 34; township 17,
south, range 21, east, all section 2,
east half northeast quarter and south-
east quarter, section 10, northeast
quarter, section 18; township 24.
south, range 21. east, northwest quar-
ter northwest quarter, section 12;
township 13. south, range 22, east,
southwest quarter southwest quarter,
section 6; northeast quarter northeast
quarter. west half northeast quarter,
east half northwest quarter and north-
west quarter northwest quarter, sec-
tion 12, southeast quarter southeast
quarter, section 26. east half north-
west quarter, east half southwest
quarter, south half northeast quarter
and north half southeast quarter, sec-
tion 36; township 14, south, range 22,
east. northwest quarter, east half
southwest quarter and east half, sec-
tion 26, northeast quarter and east
half southeast quarter, section 34,
west half. section 36; township 15,
south, range 22, east. north half south-
east quarter, north half southwest
quarter and northwest quarter, sec-
tion 2, southwest quarter northeast
quarter, section 24; township 16,
south, range 22, east, southwest quar-
ter northeast quarter and southeast
quarter northwest quarter, section 10;
township 22. south, range 22, east,
southwest quarter southeast quarter,
section 24. northwest quarter south-
west quarter, section 34; township 12,
south, range 23. east, lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 10.
11. 12 and 17, section 6, northeast
quarter, east half northwest quarter,
southwest quarter northwest quarter
and west half southeast quarter, sec-
tion 14, lots 1, 11 and 14. section 18;
township 13, south, range 23. east,
northwest quarter, south-
west quarter southwest quarter and
north half southeast quarter, section
4, lots 5, 6 and 7, section 6, west half
northwest quarter, southeast quarter
northwest quarter and northwest
quarter southeast quarter, section 8.
southeast quarter northwest quarter
and northwest quarter southwest
quarter, section 10, lots 20, 21, 22 and
23, section 18; township 14. south,
range. 23, east, east half southwest
quarter, section 6. southwest quarter,
section 8. lot 6, section 13. northeast
quarter southwest quarter and south-
east quarter, section 18; township 15.
south, range 23, east, northwest quar-
ter northwest quarter, section 8,
southwest quarter southeast quarter.
section 18, west half northwest quar-
ter, section 20, northeast quarter
southwest quarter, section 23. east
half southwest quarter and northwest
quarter, section 30; township 16,
south, range 23, east. west half north-
east quarter, section 4. west half
northwest quarter, section 10. north-
west quarter southwest quarter, sec-
tion 14, south half northwest quarter,
northwest quarter northwest quarter,

souhtwest quarter southwest quarter
and southeast quarter, section 22,
north half northeast quarter, section
28, east half southeast quarter, south- F
west quarter northwest quarter, sec-
tion 30. lot 3. section 34, southeast
quarter northeast quarter, section 36.





t*ys. Mr. Jason Grant, Dr. G. 8.
Means, W. R. Brown, J. W. Means, J.
A. Murrell, M. I. Smith, S. H. Gaits-
kill, W. M. Gist.
State of Florida.
County of Marion.
Personally appeared before me W.
E. Allen. J. D.* Price, Walkup Bros.,
A. C. Walkup, H. L. Dickson, J. K.
Christian, M. I. Smith. E. W. Rush, S.
H. Galtskill. D. H. Petteys. W. M.
Gist. W. R. Brown. J. W. Means, J. A.
Murrell and Mrs. Jason Grant, all of
whom are to me well known, and
known to me to be the persons who
executed the foregoing articles of in-
corporation and acknowledged to and
before me the execution of this affi-
davit for the purpose therein set
Witness my hand and official seal at
Mclntosh, Fla., this 11th day of No-
vember. 1909.
Justice Peace.

JACK CAMP.... ... Shares 5
State of Florida,
County of Marion-ss.
I hereby certify that before me per-
sonally appeared J. R. Williams, W.
N. Camp, Clarence Camp, R. C. Camp
and Jack Camp, each of whom are to
me well known as the persons who
subscribed to the foregoing articles of
incorporation, and each of whom ac-
knowledged before me that he signed
the said articles of incorporation as
one of the subscribers to said articles
and each of the said subscribing in-
corporations acknowledged before me
that he had subscribed for the amount
of capital stock set opposite his name.
I further certify that I am duly com-
missioned notary public under the
laws of Florida, and that my commis-
sion as such official is now in force
and does not expire until the 19th day
of June, A. D. 1910.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my handI and affixed my official
seal this the loth day of November. A.
D. 1909.
Notary Public.







With the GRANDEST DISPLAY of toys, dolh, I ts

niture, wagons, carriages, carts, mechanicals toym, k, e

ever shown in Ocala. All kinds of gift arthkl, l c@M w

baskets, manicure sets, gloves, handkachk, ca, m Ad f

boxes and baskets, albums, combs and brh, M w IA d

the different pieces, gold jewel boxes, tlet article

hosiery, hair ornaments, etc., all suitabk 1orw H1d14 W



Merchants who handle a small line of these goods m invW a

look through our stock and get prices before bing thk


Special Prices and Discounts to Pubi Shools M

and Sunday School Committees.



Christmas Tn MaM- P


Frank P. G on

The Commercial Bank Block,


scriptive subdivisions has been posted section 17: a41 air tU- --m 4r* c .ewes *a
in a convenient place in this office for wsothe ast. qiWr-r fseee 'S**
the inspection of the public generally ship 1.', mouth aiige 2 w s.-a ....o ** ... *
and all persons interested, half %moutheast q(uart-r *-.i 64., #. ,, 4 -,I. W -
Within the next sixty days following we"t half mouthiesa quart-' -so ..,k
the date of this notice, protests or ,as' quarter Mnotiho' quar- *** **!. a" JMe
contests against the claim of the com- tio1i township 1 *oi,'h tea*' .- -- 0 se4
pany to any tract or subdivision .ast mu'h.east qi' t t.. .,<'t... I,. -
within any section or part of section quar -r a.-rtio,,i
described in the list. on the ground -.-.. ", s" -
that the same is more valuable for NOTIC *$ o g o .
mineral than for agricultural purpos- .--- ,,,* I
es, will be received and noted for re- Notice is her-by *aB 'a%* *0 1 f
port to 'the General Land Office at board of county rcomUsiem.o-ei n 9* _
Washington, D. C. for Marion county. IFlorn.i* ll 6' U 0
HENRY S. CHUBB. Register. 'ceive sealed bids for the l-a.e fs u,_*_**_ ,, M ftl__
SHIELDS WARREN. Receiver. all convicts (ecept the riah'** .. d w, e 4 sI4I H
Florida Central and Peninsular Rail- serve 20 at say time a. h* 'b ",- ,. a
road Lands from the courts This rih t of re_, .
Gainesville Land District. Florida. :of 20 to be for the eastrwu- s'a d
Township 13, south, range 22. east. malnteasae of hard roads 'hO5"* 'hp as& 0
northwest quarter southeast quarter out the county The board Ito soeo *.. m be* .I 00
and northeast quarter southwest quar- the right to refuse say a4 am 64 ** tie V *a g
ter. section 9: township 15. south. L llag of coavlc _a4 164 t id hee ..
a----.a. m" a A ------11--1.-am -en


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Phone 48



Ballard's Obelisk and Patapsco
Superlative Flour

Oh! Ham

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

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

"The Ham what am."



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


IpMe i Bee Sautiful Hme Place
Near KlsimUmee
p1mglb io aoted for its beautiful
-a pit Ique Islanda that lie In its
ma lebs. but Paradise Island,
-l MsW ta Lake Toati--k", lesI-
m a -ie from the docks of this
g. oB stdtted to be termed the
Waa.@ etr It has no equal on this
ea fthe courtesy of its owner,
sp. F ak Vams Agnew, a representa-
eo d the Valley Gasette was carried
tB a iac1 to the Island on Monday
1 and bown the magnificent peach
.gehas. the orange, grapefruit and
aaagrtle groves. the flocks of fine
dhtds and turkeys and the palatial
-ms ---4al In the highest state of
eftivation sad perfection.
gbt Months ago Mr. Vans Agnew
--isd to be set out one thousand
peow trees. about two and one-half
Bt tall and as large around as one's

finger. and today many of them are
twelve feet tall and the limbs fully six
feet in length. These trees will bear
a full crop next season.
The orange, grapefruit and tanger-
ine groves are about as near perfec-
tion as nature and man combined can
make them. There are eighty grape-
fruit trees that were planted two
years ago that have as many as sev-
enty-six large fruit, and everyone is
what would be called well fruited.
And the same can be said of the tan-
gerine, as well as the orange grove,
one of which will yield at least twenty
There is a four-inch artesian well
that flows sixty gallons a minute, and
the water is as pure as ever came out
of the ground. This will irrigate four
and three-quarter acres, which is tiled,
and is not kept flowing into the mains
one-fourth of the time.
Mr. Vans Agnew's residence is pro-
vided with every comfort, and the
immense but beautiful and well cared

for lawn from the wharf to the house
is a pleasure to gaze upon.
Surely man could wish for little
else on this earth when he can call
Paradise Island his home.-KJQm-
mee Valley Gazette.
WANTED-Two second-hand show
cases, 3 to 6 feet. Address T. T. Al-
britton, Homosassa, Fla. 11-3-1t.
I have just returned from the mar-
ket with a splendid lot of well brok-
en horses and mules. I have them
suitable for any purpose, and the pric-
es are as reasonable as the present
market will justify. Call and examine
these animals at my place of business
on Exposition street, several blocks
west of the court house.
11-5-3t Ocaal, Fla.

If you must drink, see
gnt a pvrd, pure. distilled

Hogan, and
whiskey. x

In a recent issue of the Reporter-
Star of Orlando, Fla.. the editor. In
speaking of the lecture on "Tubercu-
losis" that was delivered at the Sev-
enth-day Adventist state camp meet-
ing by Dr, M. M. Martinson. medical
superintendent of the Florida Sanitar-
ium, local reference to which was
made in the same issue, said:
"At the conclusion of the lecture
last night at the camp grounds by
Dr. M. M. Martinson, Elder R. W.
Parmele, president of the Florida
Sanitarium Benevolent Association
stated that the Florida Sanitarium is
owned by the above mentioned asso-
ciation, which is an organization not
for profit, as not one penny of the div-
idends arising from its organization
goes to any private individual. The
whole net earnings are to be employ-
ed in giving public instruction on
health and hygiene, ;andl the. lectire'

will Ihe giv*n throughout th.- at* '
Florida ulion :his and similar ri.,'
tant themrne. Trhese humible* w,,rkr.T
not only for the cause of t'hra ht
for humanity at large. deserve- ,iua'
credit for the work already accomplish
ed. and should be **-coura*g-lt4 o **.
cry way by all tbose who have 0bh.
welfare of their neighbors at heart
This is certainly a very -omnim.otla
ble movement on the raer of the -'V I,
ida Sanitarium. and gr*.at "Nm i,* *.
pected to e-one to t he, people' ,f 'he
slate as a repilt Th. %4-P.-nfh **Ia
.\AlIentists have y. iKht. luari. mainiar
iunis in o.wration !ho orl.t e,.r ail
of which re doing .. l -inIl.r *n'- I --
tainesIt illO Sun

to- a[~,

fiel 40l '.-lob a- ad p ft
.,rum th %ts.fe'9 'o" b065 400
hal 4.' lbp. b tooa 4 g" 0a

kI'o- .'e
lo fowif


P'I of I P Id~f% i 4I '
.Agri ntur lliia E porittoiietr
the Ii ri ?II'a~ ~''

last night was only one of many that r,e'd( l> l.a:. i <1 ie i' .*

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HARVEY CLARK, Proprietor

We have


made arrangements to give the ladies of Ocala and vicinity a Cake Baking
at the Marion County Fair, Friday Afternoon, November 26th. at 3:30 O'cloI:k

Mr. J. B. Hale, special representative of the N. K. Fairbanks Co., will call on you to explain
and demonstrate the merits of

S syour lifoe
Lengthens your life

FOR WHITE CAKE: 2 cups white suga, 1- 2
ECONOMICAL cup Cottolene, 1-2 cup sweet milk, 2 1-2 cups J. E.
dorM. Flour, 2 teaspoonfuls baking powder, whites of 6 eg baten a stiff,4 *** ** i"
by pbyskli0s qdcmkliQog IluorltkI)illS Bake in moderate oven. Remember, this is but as vggejtom.


1st-Large Jar of Heinz's Mince Meat.
2nd-Two Pound Can Votan Coffee.
3rd-One Pound Can Votan Coffee.


3rd-ONE 48 LB. SACK OF J. E. M. FLOUR.
0. K. Grocery sole Distributor for J. E. M. Flour.


The Marion tunv Fair itir A\w-eit i- of.' T.

of Sweet Pickled Peoahes to the. Ia.t

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Successor to A. Brown & Bro.







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