The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 9, 1908
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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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,; { ,' : :" .-d. v,.aS Ztn -tfn; .l- ; V l t ,or rpnting pill- i very nearly finished. The addition
, .wi K .i*i ,.r' '.t''.ro- Mon.iy. andi help,.l i, s in the rear of the church on boh
S* \ ,, '. ".,ilon of Ihe (al-I On )k].w: lha avenue. Just back of sids---th. church now being in the
S:!', C:'I':'rd IaIl's h.m.e. Mr... J. sMhae of a cross. The addition was
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w .'. 1 _" ,, _'_ .% (.*' of* Of io": yolln lumbelrmenl, iimade principally for the accommoida-
'. :vion has re *;,,s jt'. .minincil building a beau- tion of the handsome new pipe organ
"" ' f* '" | "i. .[\i s'Oll has re!' n ,
, ^t'- Ih(lin,,' whi.h i >he hopes to have that this church is to install as ioon
"!' S ar,11 a. w~, \horo he \-f-,,I
to !i.',. his eye Opr.Tt, on bv. I)," i, li',( 't in .lJanuary. It will )e a as the necessary additions to the
tl 'T l.n \X .ialon. His ve is gts: hnh ace ad will addbuilding ar completed. This change
'" 'a l t: nicely since .h; operation. .' :i l; riallvy to the looks of that in the church adds very greatly to
~ -aloni: nlc y sncl ),aLe The operatihornnew. Il In
,ic ,h M.ri -sertion of the city. Until their new the beauty of the building.
Mr A. N. Withers of Ladyv I.ak,. ILome is finished Mr. and Mrs. Roess Dr. D. M. Boney has recently en-
S' was in Ocala Sunday and Mondav o and1 v'itle s n ire living a; the home large hbis office in the Gary block.
i.,.. hi, brother-in-law, Mr. F. A. of Mr.. Ro'.s 's par.nts. Mr. and Mrs. and has had his optical parlors very
____ T.aui .. who has been very sick for R. L. Andr.rson. elaborately furnished.
, . I,,., >, .r ... d,,. . .-r.raiias. Still another handsome new home Last but not least, we are expect-
'.!.,. h"*r days. n|. In Ocala is that of Col. W. N. Camp, ing at an early date to have a hand-
\.-,,t 0 ,'l,..i- H1M- Mr- .Jam,,s Bing!iam. a very rettv on Camp Heights, just opposite the some new brick Atlantic Coast Line

-'11I iu matron of Jacksonville. a Ibeautiful homes of his sons, Messrs. freight (lepot.
i.. t,,, I, ,.,-. .*", ..f E .. !iat.;hT.r-in-law of Rev. J. W. Bing-1Clarence and Jack Camp. This is one
S! i il The city on a visit to 'Mrs of oulr largest as well as most superb OTHER NEW OCALA HOMES
S* *., .,-, * L< P V loave cngood. homes. an(l Ocala points to it with a -
grat (lealI of pride,.u
r- ,.. ---. grat el of prde. In our general write-up of "Ocala's
\Ir- 11 T. I rdlue left Wednesday Another" new' building for Ocala is, Marvelous Building Boom," we unin-
V .... ,, i', t, *!..rr :, :,,n:h's vi-It To friends at Palni the lj1rimary school on South Third tentionall omitted to mention the fine
'.. %I ...... vt, .;< s ,)vI to ionr little townt sireeT. It is built entirely of p)ressed l hm of Mr. W. P. Edwards. on Sum-
hb!rick nl1 is an ornate as well as. 'n)ei';:,eld avenue, which was complet-
xi E i w.- \ tr(,"l Broo1k-svil!e.-Fiv a n
*r in r tn,, Tan,- a Tri',!rne. i' (ccmin.o,!i,)ii- and splendlidly construct- ed a few months ago. This is a very
building. elegant home. has every modern con-
S ,,. .,t,!,, ;i \ p,.,ntion was circulated Mondlay Th'--; wt> have our new government ven-ence, and the owner has a right
.. ,. ,, ,, .., h, kint % Mr. Hal G. Eagleton tobecod lliliing, which is to cost 1,,1000. to be justly proud of it. Mr. Edwards
I'll p. it-Is h-- asking Mr. Hal (G. Eagleton to beconi
tt* ." hi.... ts, -, hi rr-t i a (andidate for justice of the peace. NOT only will the building itself be an is now preparing to plant a beautiful

,and his name will be placed on the 'xceedingly magnificent one, but the lawn and will have a pretty stone cop-
- official ballot, grounds likewise are to be as beau- ing built around his place instead of
w, rk f, o i \r4 1' teous as are those surrounding our a fence.
S- L r.. h.. Mr. Robert Taylor and children of new court house, which is Ocala's In the rear of Mr. Edwards' place
0 .- -I. .. ig Atlnta former of this greatest pride. Mr. John Young is in is a servants' house, barn, stable, dog
.... 'hrtint.h Ocala Monda afternoon onypassed charge of this work andl while work kennels, garden, etc.
i.,irttic Ocla Monayafternoon on
..... -,,r t,, ,is for a visi o r. at present is moving along slowly on Mr. Edwards' home is in every way
-: -- t h"' tTavhirs ipar-nts. the building, owing to some changes a magnificent one, and is located in
i ,. , ,,T, !.,r ,t >(in the plans, it is thought that the the prettiest section of the city.
S, ,. tt.. ,-f. | Mirs l-illa Brumby left Monday building will be completed by the Another pretty new home in Ocala
f,,r \\Washintlon. D. C.. where she will first of July next. is that of Mr. A. T. Thomas, which Is
S---- -.,'., ,h. month h of October as the Other new buildings in Ocala dur- located between the homes of Mr. Ed-
i, ., ,, ,. ,'.\,Ing the past few months are Dr. Guer-
-' h r siter. Mrs. Pierre ing the ast few months are Dr. Guer- wards and Mrs. C. C. Todd. Mr. Thom-
.... ,,.. ,,,., ,,M ',,,ne\tine rant's veterinar-h sitl I. V V
**T fr ly Miss Erneserina hospital. Mr. W. W. as's home is a very attractive one in-
', .,..... Clyatt's abstract office and thte White deed, nnd ad. 'rratlh- tt that nart nf

A prominent gentleman of our town
who was in Ocala last week, overheard
a conversation between a surveyor
from New York and ton- of the firm
of Camp Brothers on i,.e train that
,would indlicatie that a movem-ient i,
on foot to harness the Withlacoochee
near Port Inglis, by a series of locks
and dams, and furnish electricity for
lights andti power for all Itisis S-ction
of country. The Camps, who have
recently successfully engineered such
a plant near Roanoke. Va., are the
promoters of this scheme, and the
surveyor, who is an expert in such
matters, has been sent by them to
make the surveys at and above Port
Inglis, and he will make his report
to them. There is said to be a fall
of 45 feet in the river from Stokes
Ferry to a point six miles above the
mouth, and this is deemed sufficient
to conduct an immense electric plant.
The only thing to be considered now
is the probable cost. anti that will b#-
ldetermine(d when the surveyor com-
pletes his work, and then the neces-
sary capital will be forthcoming.-
Inverness Chronicle.


Mr. Reuben Redding,

who lives

about six miles south of Ocala, was
arrested Monday on a warrant sworn
out against him by Mr. Frank Moses.
who lives with Capt. S. R. Pyles. not
far distant from Mr. Redding's ho mu'.
Mr. Moses is a contractor and tiilt
the elegant home of Captain Pylts
also a home for Mr. Redding. They
fell out about the price and bad b!mood
existed between the two men for
some time past. Redding warned M.-
ses not to trespass on his premises at
his peril. Monday Mr. Reel-ling found
him on land claimed by him. and an


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the sHfl% vr thlls fu)r oir i 0'11..-- .h..'ui I
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andl are anxious 'th..'thoo.rooe-hqm-l h
a large ileleration. to Jose~. 'heem
to have a nllthe- m'alt ''inirgw..-Wsd
possible. Sewi.I t he. 11fii, anther ofip~
gates you expec'?t too -wn-1silk bo
names to Mrs Film 1, Hirffor IP-w
tary o)f the Ocala W 4' T I M
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hrse*s t'.l-,. .iv iwl 'how-vi 0 to'
visit with ?he,. 9IMgfimi 04P.00
thence to their iwtman-vi &4 saw A,
Latban). Kasn 'rh rdio- t s
of Mr. Ii l'.t'. !ho oaft mo
Ef'nv i Lkingistopno' avt~l Io' '.sj

O)cala 1i4 It, hat'e.rt"h*
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sic. 11t 1,li I to i.. flh4111 1I.% %,%V P
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the- way U ili to. ,togt.e v. I-" or
fijtire' for ~ot hey fee~tso's -f9 Ie.
tiitgh* Ii'.a Vihor fa re to
t'r.sali. casloouw Gft 4 '85. II
dor. 4 )hio. 'ioh*re 1..* % *Pe
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!OCALA'S MARVELOUS BUILDING of the home or Mr. J. P. Phillips.I
R [*^^^^ j eOOM These cottages were built as an in-, T T A G 7 ?L 4 A Tl I
S. 1------ vestment and will be rented. W rL V W ElHAVLE
iiI T SP RIGS ^i A drive around UOcala a dlay or so Mr. C. E. Connor's handsome 'ome
S I ^ i r ago revealed the fact that there is a on Summerfield avenue was destroy-_
--j |l ;[ [marvelous amount (of building now go- ed by fire a couple of months ago. -
AJLO O D"!ing on in 2ur attractive little city. 'Plans for its r,-erection have al'e.eav Some customers by our good location, some by our -dvcrt-
| lflli iNever !,,,4orIe in Ocala's hi-torv has:, been made and the building of The ,
IKPlL l I h hero ,---n .;uch activity along these Connor home will be pushed as rap- ing,a few by accident, but the bulk of them by unremitting
l ne:. ind1,tl ,'wr.. is such. an influx of idly as possible. and it ,\ill b et-,n attention to the bank',s business.
--l .., Mt"" *-..,1.1, ifl ,c,,a that a lovelier home than it was .).e.o're
| I -',* ; v:.s r '"d almost ;"Ore I'th- fire.
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31 W.3I ., "F \IIj Ed-ar Frlon. tornlti ly w' T;a |MaNO ll r Ua, fm
h i!.-. C'11 .,1 ha i 4i.s1 ,n not!.h Woonriar Stan(d -n.l Ston e Coi- TH "E MtUNROE ASU NDllIDL1C DA-
] : h:" ,'e.%. t Oc~iU" "o air ,liotice-t TE U-.ROE .,, ..MU ,.D .,,
Td 1111w.a E *o al.".m 1 i. -l ayv, also built a nteat liti rle 1 'eciefl
Tli l. C.m -i T0 , ., .. .,,. i 1 T. T. MUNROE, President A.E. GERIG. Lo^r
,,.T . . . s t-Ide a S t S n i I i I 1 t h s o l 1 .
il1S *M_- & 'Fro..., I Te past sZ ..,._ ,* ..... s-..._.. ..... C. .CHAMBLISS, Vice Predent
JJ b i /1 ^ 2. ,1 [ .. .. ''11 "'i'e 1ic rt i This house has just 'e'n l 'ri- hastei
. "* M c K e --
< s *i : i '-'s i 1. i Croon is n.w ,,ing ENGAGEMENT OF INTEREST AN EXCITING RUNAWAY SUNDAY,.C onz,...
| -.I,- -.. J *"' *i ] .:a : !1. t o: Mr. Ri;'hard S. ltail. erected on South Second andl Watula --
_ Ii a* salei li' 2.I ',;; hae- ii poi. ,leTvl o t are-'s three very comfortable cot- Mr. and Mrss. Frank Harris of Ocala Sunday aft,,rn li-.imp1'et;'k ,-,T .:: 0' ; T ,'roinls (OfI tages, for rent. Two of them have a]- have announced the engagement and started out for a ,Iri i.. .- ,
_ "'-'-m f-b """4 "d ":< -- ';a; .:' are now being beau- rea-lv been rented and she has had approaching marriage of their young- ing two horses from ,h. *,,.', T.n.;
il- t tit ":. *u '"t-, y 1%lMr. Heinz. -n ex- -ev-e'al applications for the other one est (laughter, Miss Louise Harris, to kins stables, ani a f, U:, ,.-,r th
mtl. el,,ra.. ..
|~i , rij: pe'r *..-. I-,' r:arlcner, anl the re- In the same neighborhood Mr. Mr. William Harvey Clark, Jr. Variety Store, without ;t> a -
ir01:1 m ,, su/. 1S *.. '--,'v attractive. Charles Rheinauer has male some This announcement will be learned seemingly the 110h. 41 th. h.
I with pleasure, by a umbertofapeople brokeeanIRbeinickrohas mafe some
,,11itwVS^- '' *W Mr..l P i'. R' b'-rtson's elegant -plendid changes, additions and im- with pleasure. by a number of people broke and struck on f h...n
S" -w ick "" .' ('waha avenue proements on the old Tyer proper- throughout the state, for Miss Harris which became terril trh. n..t Tr.
provements on the old Tyler proper-
|- I; | '.VS is anotht r Gf 1,, just completed pala- ty He has built one new cottage on belongs to a prominent and popular horses turned up (klawah.i *H
a resi(iences (o thh city. As soon Ithe southeast corner and greatly im- family, and Mr. Clark is also promi- and another part of th. IiI' *trKik
as heir new 1'.rniiture arrives Mr. proved the ones on the northeast and nent, socially and in a business way. the other horsk,. path alinioin t
iRolh-i.son an! family will open their northwest corners. The large two- The wedding will take place on came unmanageable and ri n,,ally
Sawm Mathews has succeod-d Bas-., W n(de aje r.ot the cottage they are story house on this block he has had Wednesday, the llth of November, up the avenue. Nr t h,. ,
C., vmour as c:dlec' :or a n: p moved to the southwest corner and and will be a pretty home ceremony. Mr. Hocker Mr Mll-FPric.. *
.a,; i, 'n,!- occupyin-.moved to tesuhetcorner and
commercialal Bank. The latter exTe(ts Th 31r. Robrtsin's and. Mr. Hall's has had it entirely remodelled, and it Miss Harris is a very popular mem- thrown out. Several plfrmnn ,w ber
'o lave soon for Georgia, to miake his homes are ones that any city can has the appearance of a brand new ber of the young society set of Ocala, fall and rushed to the r,-i'u-, hul vry
home with relatives. pon to with a great deal of pride, house. Mr. Rheinauer is now having and has always received a great deal happily he had fallen Into a "ant h-I
Oth.'r beautiful homes on Fort another cottage built between this of attention. Mr. Clark, with his and escaped absolutely unhur, wht<
Major T. J. Hailey has gone Tob
Clearwater. where he will hereafte X King avenue that were completed! last house and the on occupied by Mr. W. brother, owns one of the largest retail seemed almost a nmirale
re-sidle. Mrs. H;ailv and their dauigh-elr are thse of Messrs Edward T. Mclwain. grocery stores in Ocala, and is high- The horses contu.d th.i .
1.-r. Mr- F i. Mntosb wl! join him H1;.. oolrow an( Geo. W. Mrs. Arms, who purchased the W. J. ly thought of as a business man. flight until they r ah .
,;"!jrs.hall. Chambers place on Fort King avenue The trio of pretty Harris girls have King. three mile a^^v wt.. '
ta'e a- theabrstaknownryoungeue,
SP'. a...ltoodl is now in the some months ago, has had it enlarged been among the best known young w- stradlled a tree, and ,.r. ',,1.1,l
NV. '. W S ,ij.n.1 StateA A- in-ln' '4 ro'iln a lovely two-story and remodelled, both inside and out. men in Florida, and they have always The animals wr. rv ilh hri.
.wi!n W Davis ift Sun v :lic'' ( ii Fort King avenue, which he andti it also is like an entirely new been additions to society wherever and strange, to say 'h. hiaK i,!
.n. '; t-,r W Dv h- 1 '0 ;,( (c. 1vy 3S a.oon as coin- home. It is an ideal location for a they have visited.-Jacksonville jIrtl very little.
... ..e saTimeR-onion.
, l, V.iz:, r :rmn o: cour ',, I- '" boarding house and Mrs. Arms is an- Time- nion. Mr. Mills-Prlc., fri.n.I ... .
;, ':,.s :h-- ,rpet ,'nm -his i(ipat ing a very successful season. .-ratulatinf hinm on h'. I. a v. ,i..
.':. ; :. I :: l;re (rllb)e apart- rThen there is an addition ieing FLORIDA POWER COMPANY
I M 0). Po.' a Turpntine tpera- 2,'e ii(:'- th', MIrs. William Anler- buit to (,race Episcopal church, which PREPARING FOR THE W. C r U
i i wa 'O' s 'i lul~ or r. tn...l sxey eryfnihd h

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Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
1bW* Ir (Na 11004- Lovely and very shapely jeweled
WV, A U I V 11100 40SOW 'lfb hands night and day extend out from
ta o~.^ *. , 4V.t~e.l os ^^ stranger-they ek
ab, liB. a f d aww"ito, L Kiss to the stnr- beck-
t. 4w.,t,.-4 1rt0y bl waa ia o him to come and settle down. I
u.s *... rinm bali. cath, Enebantingly and wierdly the oldh
oo #e. w s* *ad t was by the &twrv-!rver rolls on. Gay parties jubile on
=m- *-h a tw-rlf an dm of h er board launches now and then. Then
,, t. w e,,- .s-. ,-ittluish.d ,the old chief, Oklawaha. and his lone
i t.0 '.., t. h P.,,-t of .,burgcompaion (save the continuous
tI in ti f-,.., fr.-, thb Pasant woods) Silver Springs, are rippling
Dlt 1.. fur. as1ay, it it, happy.
tlb. be.- orv, g. hea atlIgpp-I this Weding bells will peal forth their
"0m.-. chimes in Santa Singerlau soon. The
u, H.., wM ta.a.ev,'ad yacht Lenore stands ready at her dock
a at,-. a- jt "the bends" for a honeymoon cruise
t & ... t. a. aught-.r W" Ion the raging Oklawaha.
or"" M. t. ** oeri.bTant MW IV.!
N tm ,.e oo tai- b eacli4 1 P Avenue Figuera, one of the grandest
S* ,. S a-. b .ic ha" r".a l avenues in the south, is being trim-
baso f.-"^ th. wo.-q(, Mr ¬ %Ire : ^^^, y ^
b ?'.,. ,ta- ,,,,,t Mr and Ms tld up in no style. Mr. Rande of
%Va. Ab ... ','a. trip Ocala is ,l)ing the work. When he
"4W ji.r in Al- :- through trimming the oaks and
e.'" '. ,* '- ,I ""', ln .D palms andi cherry trees on the aven-
in i fc t i t;+. Jl.t. he will et out between each tree
"11 S A "'i ion ioth sides of the avenue a p1it of
,f ,. .. , Thl tma- a park flowers.
&,' n '. !* ta- jThere is one avenue in Los Kiss
i T I h' t 'l x" ,ttut has nothing but orange trees as,
I ti \ \ \ R shaitl tr+-es. This avenue is named
-0 .0.,. ',. ht'I 1tii San Annalou. The fruit on the trees
Il.' a' 'r -tl, It ar. free. Help yourself.
'* That flagstaff on the fire station
td .M ..! ~ H. ,. vit,. |iu^ ,-^ i ^ g ^
K' *. bf H.hiswas put Up) by a bevy of Los Kiss
m tsb .v .saf tn ., rj .fa'i( *l& us T wia) H S1# asiljoan collected the money around town from
"d b a 4 -.I Mr t :,rrt-n of Jack- the merchants and farmers one day
meala.W last week. and this morning the whole
To-v,%Ke It- ni-i oi ?svne- OI.$ n,--i w,,. an acin elnt Ibhunch was down town to watch the
'mo *s o .w ah a t Imar 'wing i. fre n m "hoist her." Beautifully those
ro %hi. shing'ine on the notf charming colors unfurled, and at that
of bo w..,be-, h*J-m aah. llll tel ef t, il ',r~kiug SQuarlyl ,^ ~ ^ ^ ^ ^
peers*-* b' 16* .-H i ati ng square- ,n- smilh sweetly and bowedl. At the
a Ilkt b.s4 ht- r.f.ttoi t th vera sounrding of the fire alarm the horses
4" at tw.,clift b,'h.r,, to the .sprang undir their harness. The fire-
# d i t < h u . . . r -a l f . , l .^ ^ ^ ^. ^ ^
9.0-46 '4 at wlt4 h.* sl f*- .Vi I- flal g will be ralst',] early very
rI af 6 It,, moo It. 6., .% a,liv .hatk-
frw b .s I". S..t. i nmornintig ani will remain up uint il 11
V% tag Sit ,..i. ".fe ."in* tutI i o'clock. At that hour the fire chief
"radal ,% ,ill receive from Washington weaih.
S %. a t 1 hx. it. Il (lC ila-'r i It.-grams and he will immediate Ily
-- '' "'- haull doin tho, firemen's colors aiini
Bhi- tih,- w-ailiher signals, which will
i r.'P ,n i i. until n'ilnighti
.. . T: .' Frank Mathew.s Merry Widow
fc b a t* ;Td > ,.,v,pi *th., b)end one diay this week
44 o, b for h Il"
.. .. b t ", ": 'r l :.! iv l sd on down to Sulday Bluff,
taa* -. *' 'I b l .i ;i v the lt P.i ,t rshurg. Or.l hoard were

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'uiI to M r. ..lat1?w,.. Mr. Delie ,ni Mr. Na-
;hat P.- -ci'
, ,, *'.,n Tbo Los K iss and St. Helena Irriza-
,, i< '-', Company has plenty of water in
r, n. : th,.ir is;g reservoir on Green Point. I
r r-xt ,ai.!ar (an t a moment's notice,
Syou with as many inches of wat-r asi
l,.int Villa yu may need. !
lat -A 'rT (C)onie ino our office and register for
aua aiI p>ro- thl ,amount of water you will need
*g o)f ,ick- for the %inter.
This is a dry town. but the other
,t!?r.-'oPnqs day a stranger came up the avenue.,
relnitneinit -.iopplped and looked hard at our sign.
,otse, lif wi r:lr ,"
'' of or'irTh-n h- stepped in. "Lo and beioldi:
i. ;:ia~y .This is a print shop!" he exclaimed.
The foreman said. dryly: "Yep; Ial."i
"i."is ^An, the devil ran out and tied a heat
Its Soars bo of white ribbon on the sign.
-:s*. w,-k.k "An 1k-horse power engine." says
t' PI-..s'nt sL. qt Talks. "is to be installed oni the
il in thlit~ Sc(,otia Farm. at Hylaoluxo. ov-wn.d by
t..'h" I I(ohn Brown. The object is to irri-
;.';'k'dl *tt,. twenty acre.- and afford pi'Oiec-
ha "a--ti(,n ag-ainst possiblee freeztls. as well
!v I, ,a,- t su lpply water in times of droutih.
l"'"si"inMr Brown already has ten acres un-
,I r irrigation, but intends to add to it
,.'-- :t,h>Tr ten acres, being well satlis 'ied
-, ,"" vi.,h the results from the first tr'aci.
I L. '" I T -.' -o ('of va iter as a n-.ean- o.0 pro-
, e'.jitizc crops Iro:n fro-,', i- sa- t I c.
ir<' a fft'c'~i~ia in se\. r,;I 1-
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Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Mr. J. M. Meffert has a splendid
crop of fall beans, which are bring-
ing very good prices.
On Wednesday night. September 30,
at 7: 3, o'clock, at the residence of
Mr. P. B. Livingston, Mr. Edward:
Newman and Miss Edna Livingston
were united in marriage by Rev. T.
H. Sistrunk. Mr. Newman was for-
merly of Illinois, but now of Latham,
Kansas. He has been here only a,
short while, but since his arrival here
has made quite a number of friends.
Miss Edna is the youngest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Livingston. She,
has spent most of her lite here, onlyi
being in California for one year, where i
she met Mr. Newman. The young
couple left here Thursday to visi: the
bride's brother at St. Petetrsburz, re-
maining there over Sunday. v-h,'n
they left for their future home in Lat-
ham. Kansas. The bride has manyn
friends here who were sorry to see;
her leave, but wish for her a'l thel
joy and happiness this lif< can atfordl.
Those present at the welding were
the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. P.
B. Livingston, and four children. Mr.
and Mrs." E. C. Gladney and six chil-
dren. Miss Nita Livingston, Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford Livingston and little son.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Baxter. Rev. and
Mrs. T. H. Sistrunk. Mr. Lacy McLean
and Miss Amy Kendall.
Rev. T. H. Sistrunk and wife of
Micanopy spent several d(lays here last
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gladney, Misses
Amy Kendall and Juanita Livingston
and Messrs. Lacy McLean and Don
Livingston attend4led the ball game be-
tween the Evinston andt R-dddick
ia'i.s at the latter l)lace Saturday.!
The score was 15 to 1:' in favor of'
Mr. and Mrs. Q. C. DPenman are re-
joicing ovwr the arrival ot a littl-, son.
Saturdayy. Octolbe-r 3.
Wt, s'ill have .,om o Ienliie in our!
min l s ,. !
Mr. aud Mvrs. S. F. Rou aind chi!,lren;
vv-n, to Orange Springs for a fewi
days lhist week. They let' their little
tir n th ,r for a while.
Mr'. and Mrs. E. -.. Monta.ue camel
ach; some litie a-o from the north.
wh.-re thyv had a vryv Iveasant visit
,ith r-el:tive. Thoir :-.any fr:.ends
were glad *o s'-e them back and] look-
ing so wl!L .
Orange shipping will soon com-I
mence. There is a very good crop|
this season. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Meffert an.l fine i
twin: boys of Ocala came up Tuesday
to see Mr. and Mrs. Ed Newman. Mr. \
and Mrs. Meffert have many friends
hero who are always glad to see I
them. }
Our p)u1)lic school here i.- doing; very l
nicely under the able management of;
Miss Amy Kendall.


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Mrs. Robert Carter and Mrs. Frank
Peloi were shoppers in Ocala last
Mrs. Laura Cautl';n h.Is returned
to lie'i home in Bol-iviw. after spend-
irnt several days days very pleasantly
Wvi'ih hli-r laiiihter. Mrs. Peiot.
Mr C. P. Mooret went To .Jackson-
viii,, on \Wednslsday. rr'iiuirhii Frilay,
:., .r )-:i':.!^i1!! i'v hIs \v\ tif, 1, ; ,i' l iuah-
r.'. wlhof cai-' frooi ('iiciiiin3ii. ().. to1
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Our constantly growing business has made it necessary for

us to have more room, and we have leased the corner store next
to the one we have heretofore been occupying in the Wallis Block.

The former st re will be given over for warehouse purposes, while

the entire corner room will be used foL display and office quarters.
We are now carrying a larger and more select stock of


thin ev-r before in the history of our business, and we invite our

old friends as well as new ones to come in and minpect our store.
We pride ourselves on the cleanliness of our store as well as on

the fact that we handle a clean, up-to-date line of goods, and al-

ways endeavor to give 100 cents worth for every DOLLAR spent

with us.


Give Us a Call.



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300 Page Pencil Tablets for
400 Page Pencil Tablets for
124 Page Pencil Tablet for
120 Page Bond Tablets for


Standard makes of lead pencils for 3c.

A good lead pencil for

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out our entire stock of Men's.

Ladies' and Children's

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We intend go-ig Ou!

Shoe business so :.^

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M,-T- C. M. Mcln'osh and A. N. Th',rslay even:ng was that of Mliss Mr. A. S. Bevi'le of this city has;'
',,.l..iP ,of ?t:nlard have recently, San-ford and Mr. Williainm just completed for Jacksonville, on
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pl IacI 2t I* hoily' of 1". b:'i *'s ".o: \,-.v Hotel, One of thile I*mo-t nmo'''n
:.,, il ... ...-ralyir. a.d -- ,, V .ti J. Sam 'V:,. in 0'-. bakeries in tt- so'ath.
.... X ; I'-;'; t uri n$. tir '::;. i;5a.. A\a., at .: o'cao'C -. IBginning Satu',d!ay. ihe ") 1.'!"c
-rL .. 2 'ian ^"jr l''T." -.!s ;. *,'1" T!r. ,i te *,.a'.1red -'.i h' oiF,: Ut tl.s pilan wii l e di..f'ri p'l ,) 'Ie
-, .1r. ".V. H. S-,".!. .. T,'y. Ap.. p i1 '1. j.laeks-Mvile aoms, ot;P. I s o-
'. 1' i' ;.. ":*' '' .I ll ;II ,i ..: : .s '1. '; ;., h. 1o)III ali, ,i-- '"itS. Thle factory i.' co'lipile 'n PV-
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.. h -','. .. .: U : >.. : ... *'. "-". 'i1 :','.! ;!.-ijae-nit t-ttriorv w iih breadl and
- .,t .*' : -" : -l'I!" y :T... .;\ .,- ,.'" ; ,, .'1:' i .:',! .'I" ." i!,- W. ,..ry o w ,', kin ir.d xa .;es. Mr. Beville has
i',' 1, :'t i* ;' i" ''e k- on(,X' ;". t '. :*.: -. : : ,' r 0,, tl t .i .' i. follow w I 1)'' t ddI)oiIie as well
':*'' .- .i: *- A'- i ''s ie : ,' :,, s. ' : Ps \N. "'- ap a most enlerpri'Siiig scale. His bak-
.,' ,! .I i' j ,.- ; ,,.' ',,,iCoa a"- ,.- .. ". .' .-::. i> r 'i- cry Is equipped with all of The inost
''-' ', : .'" o : i ,-', Virl.\.: ;.'lI .-ii.s N -! \\ i! i o(,l.-'rn m achinory. Everything in
"- t ,,, ; i '- i .... ,,' ,',-; i i rT h.. j ; : ,.'. '"\'Is it l (IW~el(totion vith Tile, new b1 k.) r has
I.. *. -- ... .-iU 1: ;l. TO \- .. : :,',. a,, 'ii,,,. t lt' 1, ^.. installed(l with a view of l)roluc-
I,, i. i :)j ,',- *. ". iir !L,"'' ing the very best article inl everything
I:. ',,,:i "' ', -': !;n'-- Y-," Th<".',- '.': ,, :i:, ,r and hlrid,-; iI large quantities and with dispatch.
4 *' - *sI- -i t il l -,.;-. ,v. ;-. .... :i '!. te'uck- great t care. too. has been exercised in
'. ,, !' ;'rc.--; ,'f ,i- .ia:- Oi' i,;.<; wi:w:. ..: .1, i,'ih'd link providing methods which are cleanly
~- I 'l '*I 4 (. ''' l" t-o .-. an4! which appeal to the patrons in
,* i '}r ,.; .1 !, ,*' rt1 'p m T .,'! ,, a: 5 11"1". ; i a tr,!V. ,!in-, 1 1is as in other respects. In fact, Mr.
' 1; n ...* ;' ' !.--1l :l.' 11 Ii ti 'v;it P htt T l, ville has tal.en more than special
... .. *. ' "" "- ,".4 ""3 1!':' ;:i,. l h '-, :. ." q '.t ; e in this fea mure while equip ing
..' .- :'. '": '* ri " I -'"s i his factory.-M-- etropolis.
-!, 1, ; \.... . ii ,' 'fI,- ,; "' < j p ; Mr. Beville has many friends in
,',. -ti!Tl. : -x\ '.'! "-::" -, ,- 'V A x. -,. (*r i.'onx an ,:1for:-l1 re- Ocala, who wish him every success in-
-'ra ( o\ -r Ih-., (-,):);ng vzit and in-i ,- n "'::s '. ;nd ,lightfi,. tf-; his new business.
jPr sani. anl The presence of even 1 '-, : ;'1iUP)1'r selv.'. -.
a -rial1 q lailit y ( f tra-h .an. dirt will .%1r. an1l Mrs. (iles left immeia-tly v Mr. S. A. Rawls Qf Jacksonville
,Ii-4'.1l4r tl,. pr0actci, a' 'h,' r-;e,'c lion !or Atlanta, here came in Fritlay to greet his Ocala
"'Th,- forltn o. "' stp;:ratir is cylin- ;th., will ri.-ile. friends. Since his last visit here he
lri, il ;anIt h.- ..... ri;! *... . (it-, i. the ,laughter of he ...,nd Mrs. Rawls have been on a visit
"'TI'. -.' Il'c'r i-- Il'-c' i in Th lat. -x-Go .'rt'7r' \Villiar., J. Samford -, Nev.- York and, other cities, and
-'i!!. ,nli b, li,', 'i-I <,,'i ,f :urpennine ,, A'.l).;,:, t. cndl an accomplished Mr. Rawls reports having had a most
ki,\TI .1.- ,:- s -.'' -'n ;o the 1 i vs i;1 v':o- 'lo :;n.l well known in At- enjoy.ble trip. He says there i. ;no
', '. liT. .* I - *' IT "'rotul h I. ( a' .. :-1:.* is; a talented musician, let-_ip to .Jacksonvill 's boom Its
,' !" \vi' i' 4:"' 'ii- Lr ,f 11 I -..-.-<:. :* ', '"-}hluIl voice, alid I i povih u mor, mnarvolous than that
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l.. I: .. ... .' ; i ,: ," ^ iI 'lie .. i .;. s i*r l y ri ;i o p ;; th r ci o ? s t A an
'" .. .. *l --': :* ()1 I'ioli y 1tp seal)oard.
.! i' -. 4-' I* r *'. n u ;j .r -' *, jt wl1. \i i be ?i j
t::,:in> i;i '',' s4,,)a."a. r. The st-par-I j .iar-,*.i "'"(i'.t.l'.i' ", *114 social, ts !S t .j Mnilifor Sadler was in Ocala
",t," ..... iif ',' "* ".: ;.d i:--' -;s- >i i i i. .}\ 1 w -d. getin- ting tleia, lax d, eed certificates in
!, ,,, \'. : ',"'" : *"'. I."" 1''oo '.-I *.." i'," i-o u l -obal of illn late ship shn]1. lie says he coul obtain
;i'< '- :-11. ,.:'in.V- th j. 'J -.- I'.iu 'i o : f f P-'.rry, a',i1 is all th, necessary inform-ation at the

*-.'T. "hi.- i'id is ,di'c' argued, the -,-

"'V,- i!:,.i.- n<, knowledge of any
Iil, ill\,en; ii., cl;i P.i1 foliowinm:

*4 I,*,' W~ ~ A "~-I That irer-.-r -o;I of travel: ard
-em,,, ~ ~ ~ ir i~~ ~nl'', -dnfrion, i~Ii!cm'ud l- mrpenlilt-.
~.skeet, t,.pen iV1jo -, I i-An as 0dil. in th.. -*ill. by th'-'

so-in' qu 'to 9 a~I ~t

'r se: aaa'aior, w'il .,a'k,,' it 1 '55.vs
I,.-o;i.zannt'act ur*. i'o- aof n -ii:r
4) ~'' :- ihk..'ier i:-deronm th -.:-
-~ :'v ot *,i': and will. pu'evml 6.11-
I ('d('dli~n;pI r~its of turpentine
Sh- .Ie ll, ile pr -_,e*nce of t -.i'h

*-., ; i Ivu in tih'. :Sine1 ss worl i, be-
:'' >'', 2'. ',eIl w-th 011" of the fire in-
si:-ancc. nmpanies.-Atlanta .Journal.
.ii:, 'anftord visited, n Ocala sev-
.-. -irs ago as the guests of her
auu-:. ir (G. \V. Martin and Mrs.
R. i l. ;,I., Among the out of town
;; ,sthz at ,he wedding were Mr:;. C.
?. Sar<:i'^ of Ocala and MiMs Mary f -u '.:-rn. Ala.


\n .rn,'-ual case was heard before

seat of governmentt, but could do so
more expeditiously here, owing to the
fact that Mr. Sistrunk's system is so
exceptionally fine. During bis stay
Mr. Sadler was: a guest of the Monte-
zumraa Hotel.

Mr. E. L. Hand of New Albany, In-
diana, arrived Saturday to visit his
broth.-r, Dr. B. F. Hand. who is held
for killing Mr. J. D. Owens. On ac-
count Qf circuit court being so near
at hand no effort has been made to-
wvard. securing bail for Dr Hand. al-

Nothing Equals Pe=ru=na

For Serious Kidney Trouble.

Kidney Affecton
Asthma. f
Mr. W. F. Clow, 428 E. St. J
Vrain St., Colorado Springs,
Col., a retired real estate man I
"I am a man of over seventy
years and feel that I owe my pres-
ent good health entirely to Peruna
I began using it about a year ago
for asthma and kidney trouble, and
took several bottles. I have not
felt better for years.

"Different members of my family have KIfe = W TrO
used it also, and have only words of Ki Treul.
praise to speak for Peruna." Mr. John N. Watkins, 31.0 .h-n-&
Attributes Health to Pe-ru-na. doah Ave., St. Loui, Mo., writo.
William Bailey, 5! I St., N. E., Wash- "Among all the greatly idvertUMd
lngton, D. C., Past Col. Encampment medicines for kidney and t er
No. 69, Union Veteran Legion, and trouble there In nothing which equal
prominently identified with many of Peruna. I suffered for several ywe
the great labor protective associations with this trouble, spent hundreds d
in Chicago and New York, and Secre- dollars on doctors and medicine and a
tary of one of the largest associations in to no purpose, until I took Pema&.
the former city, had for nearly thirty "One bottle did me more sow 1t0e
years been afflicted with kidney troubles. all the others put together, s t W -st
Within a short period he has been poisoned my system. Peru&&euio--
persuaded to try Peruna, and his present I used it for four mon the beole a s
healthy condition is attributed to his plete cure was acompl lebe, but I
judicious use of that great remedy. He truly grateful to you. The l I --
considers himself now quite cured and do in return Is to acknowdge t-
in excellent physical condition, merits of Peruna.'
People Who Object to Liquid Medicines Should Buy Peruumi |l


, ,., f. ,,, ,' O ti sl:r in thi, ,lip. suhs'anTially as set .jusiice of th- Peace J. WV. Lyles Fri- though we understand quite a nuni- The band concert was very uch
S_ T frrth. day morning. Two small white boys. ber have offered to go on his bond.- misse last week and hence was
.That the s ,parator remove: Su nterville Times.I
rlit. k''& a iarz-' i',,' of1 the dirt from. Willie cff and R'x Hunt an(d a Suervilleall the more enjoyable Friday night. vi
m *,', *" ..'' 'i" ; ':The nmusic was very bright and catchy sh
th, dip) in the still as to eliminate al! grown ,.,an by the name of Myers MR. GE K. ROBINSON OPENS OF- e c e er h an ay d
S i ud;n..r ot s,Oi(-hn: tb' charge and wlp :rsed for begging and get- FICE IN HOLDER BLOCK ea el o the
* ,,,,, i alpiJ;1'l! ih' sil whti, Cr.disd by "he ,ing many under false pretense. The aieurlywel. T C'wls on te
',,..'-,ii(A, o ,!i"' in t e s:ime, and boys would go around l'eggin- ai,' Mr. (;oG. K. Robinson has leasdl an w lrge, asV
I .. .%r-.--. *r t'. 1l dischar.- ipu up )--ch a pitif;il tale that they ol office in ib,, H!older block, where h- iealy a or m r w rs Of
i ~~~~ ~ I, ,r *i*, ,ir **. h '* ," .ls ,''. i-; ^ i'r ri' 'T^
S.. 1 int '"it- -Ii :,r- over the coolingl iatied stone money ;'Nd other thin'-. wvill hereafter conduct his business. "-
%alt. 'iiistni-l, ssil for:;." whvlich they turned over to the w iin. Tl',ro h:ve ben several other The sIlroets of our .h:',ning little of
p ,,I .* i **,a '1dtal :.. .te .r itt r ix-- t~atie o rd y n
(i chia<'ln;(n,.h i ;-":, exp-.I-itn ,. ,rI Tg, .. -,l ,! o. T rs-i cha '< in tilhe Holder block this cty always n Friday ua
In ..! "II (:~ l s
,"i s, eve:]ings, and last nn','ight everyone was <
;,*'qilo, stillr .nf, ... (; is [, i.- .t -,ve ,' 'ollowed,. i (eo '\ ,,, e e atg
-' u:-p ..irlit,.ntin,' operator at Standard. li- anw arrested,
m,. H, ,, .,..,,, 7 ,- i. ,1I ;j a ::i,'tm, r ot the firm of McNeil. \v'ilie (off will b,, *nt to thi re-1 The first of October inaugurat,*d The program played was as follows:
-niof ,pfl 'll)oyWl
,,, , ,,,.., '4,,, r l: ;o, dwin & \\iThrs. forniitory. and the ohltr o 'y will ,- --the shooting season for d(loves and -Mch, "Pter Piper'-S. R. Hen- th
.... ,, \\hhil -1,, Th. inventors announce their in- sibly he sent to his hme. !4'cks, and since then there has been r be
, ,.,* ,.. ilh l'Ir tI 1,0tion to bein th manufacture of quite an explosion of gun powder in Overture, "The Sky Pilot"-A. M. er
S- .,., .. ,, .,, hi-, ,leict at either Ocala or .lack- Mrs. .lulia Palmer. who has slpnet the near vicinity of Ocala in the ear- .
_- -s tiinill,, in time to have the same th, summer inl I)unelin, came up Sat- ly mornings and late in the after- oa "Zaraid Mr. ^.do
,,= .. \1 'f..-.l 1i, r,.,,dy fo; ,.1 livtry by th, first of r.ext u-lay to 1)e the guest of Mr's. E. .1. noons. Our hunters have been quite c)-F. H. losey. fo
, t i ..,,,-.-',r Ma'i Redding for a short while. Mrs. Palm- successful, and have been feasting on Paraphrase, "Roc'Pd in the Cridle
.. .,. ....' br ;.' A hopes to be able to secure a suit- doves, which are a groat 1deicacy. of
,, ... T T, ,- Th,, !' ly, n and K rn campaign illnhi ably house in Ocala. and if so sh,. will tn e.sin
.,,.. ,,.,, has nearl r,-achId the hundred dollar return here from )unedin and reopen 'Mrs. Emerson Packar1d and Mrs. J. one Solo. "Eiphonius" (Mr F. ti
imirrk. ;and all The procics ! t~ ll 4 v-1koIt an d a fr lont ;.......yst- --
,, ,4, !: ,1 o b.-.\n h-.'ar't from, and no syste- iMrs. c. T. MauLhs an.l he-r niece, latr Thomas J. O. n. Cof this ciTY.. Sa .
,,,ir ,.. .. r iti. ('i ;1\ais' has yt T lv en made in 1 9' iira Davis, have -'-'tlIl'lOd 0.41` have arrived from i the north and will P "ach
S, .,.. it .,li This w\ill lc' ,loi, a;t oi(ce. an,1 I frmi.i \.:, icus. (Ga.. wh( v e they have h ,l here for several w,,o'ks. They are Owrtr. "'I'stpiel"-Kl, r-B !;i. I'
a vearch 'tei (Tor ), .-i .,.-", .,RAn


The farmers' union of VlWrila i til
led into three edistrict- i. The
ort cotton district, the S' I. a4
strict and the vegtable, dltrirt.
The e\ectitiv, eommti#t.- ot f Wtb
tablee district hld 1, i n in
-ala Thiu'sday
Thos' ppr, .4vnt we\'r' \'I-"ss KiilKht
Columbia county'. Brimn %lar'h
county. Harris of Sn t,' ,mint y
organ of If-rnailldo .,iio v anti
ght of Marion couilnty
The object of the meting r,-latf-i to
e purchasing ot .u-iiplies for nia-
rs of the union. ,espeiall'y fertillig-
s and! crates.
The meeting was held bhehitI ekdrlMI
ors. and v'-,.v litle was iv-enl int
r publication.
Mr. M. S. Knight is pr,'sidi' 'f ,h,
ion, and was in atlendlane,.
Th, union is L'opefil o h0tifttr

Dr. .1. C. Boo/z r hpid a ('x.;, o, fln
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)ont of the (Conm,.rr-ial BianTIk !,,i1
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"Mr. Roosevelt. I have said that you
Tw i e A rd bre inre responsible for granting the
1Twice Around Globe '1in Campaigns1 franchise to the Prairie Oil and Gas _
Company before statehood, threbyv
.:-- creating vested rights in that coin- Speaking for th. president in !9'I.
C a H*t tt IAAA-,A ... .A-..pany that our state authority is pow- r. Root, who thoroughly appreciatrd
De xratict Chiain Has: " -. Will Have Covered Not Less erless to interrupt. But why i the effect and naning of his wpr Is.
Bryan Travels 55,000 your word against miie? I cannot i.- declared that Mr. Hearst shared the
Nevcr Bccn in a Se- Miles in 3 Campaigns Than 55,000 Miles By agine that any citizen of th Inii.d guilt of the assassin in that he first
S:,. .. I --,Election Day. sat would today givt your ord asassinated the character of the vc-
nO ^~dn., ^,,,^ ,^ lcin Day. fl^ ^ ^ ^ ^ m andb hiad I led up1 to murder. To
"1 ti: day aarnuI Wil any greater weight than they woulI
lrvnwi! ha trav.:l.:. , that of any other citizen. What halo assassinate daracter, i tht opinion
>, ,.: :i .< *n hit ibiret ca.niia l.u;, tor Of \i Rorot was a erine bearing close
)HAL MANY NARROW (FIGURES INCLUDE0 o integrity on account of your -fficeorcl
T),14"- nee he will 1 a'-t cOv i,!m ay have surrollnde(d you a. few weeks elatio to the sh ing o intent
ESCAPES IN AUTO I (h ':" l*':. >me h t le THREE CAMPAIGNS ago has certainly, like the mniists, fad- blooL an(t t' -5-,a:c-_ .. cU 1U ,,,, th Tt ^-MI.A.-rIO n l' Il l n li^- onmittt,,i this offense (delii)erateiy.
awaNN mi, ftywiol tonu dg
;.rI c,-. .In u'' t- nAr 1'\ T: i ":'i,1L>,. ,iise re, IiI l ).a si I4t y \ Ir. 1o !. sp -akin ol'(r Prtesi)ien

P*e. a ka Is Al.y Goodi- ''r 'n ..i T *I riis f^ v./h^ R00o-tv, A tI(i. e laruj that Mr'. li ar-t
akAn Is Always Good- * Nominee Expects to Travel . ,() ,. ,i), :ii o, I ; rs-'ct or

Rdgurdco About Tnal and ". About 15,000 Miles in the ,': T-. Ikn I. li. ,;h .1f.1 o: ,T]i'. Is i ) a it sinzular that
In '. ,- "'" "., !,-.*:.. in .--: ^ '.- *..:. *, :i Z ':' :il" ; ,"'.;^ ,i,.. .l,l,; i.,,,.i) .}I,. . ( .<- ,o.i-' I ';- --i~ri)'l R fxs(,\v l' IIK -\V a ci~t("" ts iti'<

1 .ui'1j at rrai Rid\"ing. l .1908 Contest. .i ,,n , . as

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... ..;' t 1 1 1 ->i !iK l -r i <;...A t m iiK h ~ .- 1 -. .< ;. i:,,,v ", ; ,,-, p ^,, ., 1 .;'.i . >' {) i i' , i ; l ; : )) , t a l ( ) u : i n u t ,,. ; -,( i : ,i 1 ,* l l a w ': }* i r ,i .! i r' i ;.i o f t \ . \ \ 1 .^ . ; l . ; ; ( ;.l':v i 'l 'l t ; )" ^ *r *r t H < ^ K i~ i l t y o : : n j
.... o' ...- v .c n o d T 1 l :-p s i- I : "n y c l ~ ^ ^ *r ^ ^ -, ,,'l: ;ip1t i"W m o;1 ,S !,;n :i T,i" (' ari':- l" i;I ....> T l(i i" S r l 1
~~ ,, t ., ,,,. '. - ,_, t ':.. ..., o, r, .l.c; l f,;.h ,i" 0111111 1 1. T hlis w a .. () ut in )1, (.o i! I : ):,l ,n t o. HlP l'l .. .. .. t^l. s-s m SoI! l;f ) (' *ti~ f 'll~t i il h i,- o wn l), h a lf"
,*, .' i; .'. ,'..,<, r ,:;-,r of 1'i! ow 1 s (n s( af N tVo ho undr1i' a and sixiv :Otio is a l I Is sl'ai hi9 al't i-
,,, *. :. ":. i'. lb-S t ', h. ',l 1 ,ra L-a. The ttans we're change. ev- l rs in cash was oila d to t hoil e found to speak on
la -: il as w sII'va cr- o wi
*. *,." 'I i- iUnpleasant Auto Trip <:'y ftur nils. Thy ri ev\-- step e i f "iasayv alo'.il' and ttLis the accused(
S h ,"^ a:,,",,illt o!' The lit disanc(. anai Bryan got to his "I challenge, you to iipli-ht. li' 'c- should deny his iiilt 1)111 call in vail
of 'tol- li's ? i'' *.,, n,. ,I' 1i,- rid.I- by a1,lOliObliil-s in Rhodle destiniahin inl time to satisfy his au- ords of the inerior dtpartnrt on for l'OOfs on which tliese two ha\e
&A. i ,1i',.t, IPUlli t. r I i 4l ;-le:..i I:Is w.""Ik. wherein Mr. B'ryan dience. thle subject of this franchise., and i iark joined il accu;ing him? L-pon failing
0, s* ai, o f h 'f U14 itliti ha,! a ,;t:l hurie.i a distance of sixty-fouir Few better travelers calln be found v onow. Mr. Roosevelt. you mus no to tiln proo. te president of the
P 4it. I d otS)r, xii ile' a* a pace so rapid tiat his mna- Ihan Mr. Bryan. He is good nature e reors or s es a nlt States now says I will not Mtr Hr.ian 1i .% t. -in d;iy ti lin,- ws halted and the- chaffeur ar- about the trials and troubles of train- able the recor nblior shall know the insiy on the charge." Is this e
oi, L. < .,-,WlI-. s % %. t hai :.. r... i, for breaking the speed limnlit, riing. Local committees impose on th. It pl sal ko e
Wlio- 1. -iiu Iln hit ,.ffori 'op g9- tto I was one, of the most unp)leasant and him by insisting on having him make truth. It may have br rsfftao wipne owi tonmv?
*lo Win. iMA.*, Thi- i- in the* itiig Mr. Bryan ever took. Th*e roads speeches that he is not schedule to fothe trur hfulears ago foei you to i ue tl hi cont is artistic
1br ,,,,, 1n- ,01 l* 1 ,.,. !.4,1' anl wtere filled with dust and the pace was make. He generally accedes to their Pt e r Ih isinpl y (-alling him a li r oJ Ir slr. In 1 h accuse
IW1, Tis. ,,-n- a IitiK !.i It to so wiff serious accident might eas- wishes if it is at all practicable to do1 Parler by isiniply calling hi a li ur,ulge Parler of falshool ancl csne
it i., , 41 t,. .->tal. if ton- ily. lav occ.urre, His private secretary. "Bob" controversy now is ith a mlini the oru th of J Parker had, t een
.,,. ), a -' f' lt;,~i *l.. 1,., i P.r I,,.]y ov-n niore qtiiiz.'Irous Than Ros-,. l.:iks and prole. t hat M Bry- 1 ac(el)t a 1-luff fr wi I'o ree'it i tic:r to #-a i, v ., IP | a1 A i r;t Il..i n Rhot. l:-land experienced, -as the an works too hard and I-S liims,.-if ie in fill settlemeii, Io e!'r to correct tle stae-
trli ,a.,-.. o ...... nti.- R, ,' ,, i* l N w Y-rk e oh d y. ,i j, itn,, i...Bryan doi.s n-ot Refers to Paul MVIorton itolni' i" Vas (' Uipai'ital !et, to 1!eli:"v- 1'.n
g* ,*' .* '*.... i in ea( !' T ,!i. Bry il'n parlx crossed thlp city fron j look a; it tha; way. If he is five the hY'm criticize* m fo!" ,i,.... t, i i had 41 6*.,0* .. .- .t' ,: ', vi, <(;ra, .. Cen ral station to th- ,l'- 1 1iclance 10 another audietie 1 o lie hoi of leh siii ax ainsi ti ) a e : sai i hi ".. li..
6 *. f .14. ,toy 1r 4 t Tta.nT\ -hird St', e on its (\ y i .d it f opportunity. He st p tt S l a. a th by er sie 12 s ai l nt h ir-i:t
.,,* ,,* .'i,* 1" ",', !r,.'; ...(l, 'h, .- tr to points in l)o'I w:ire ;t l on llnt e t r.iin as he does at cofld ll' ,(!li i (':i!! 1y ,:- a d, e i)n : v.lot i
W4 110- .1 )4 ,i ,- TI. <(haff;t, r sM siiruck a lr-k '.o e in be"d. Many a ini en his l h. l Tel
s ..I. vs,.'d I* ut.%all1.n ai 1iis nainai iin,, tlhe, st i,,. Tell Iin'., o \I1". Roos, (,'s harai(.i
*: ".i (i'O ie t;pa rejected t lrivi- whu v iou r(easn was for .1 A ji .<111 (,t1 ia! on.i ( I n h(,hni aitl
.. .. . m ,t.t,\ ..iii .;II n i-il',, a collision vas es(tapi-d Lv the, ; of going to a hotel -o r iail for .,r-cling the l dismissal oi ih, siil s( i'ice and gfTay in esars. ,\a.-
*,, N *,, .** L ,a- ,oi'!e..tal. of a hair. O:e o: th, alii to, tli, i: I:I in favor of is,- bed i, his a ainst the \Atchison. Topel.a ;:id S:ln- ei t hv ti, i',sidn: ,f :h.tft. In ;i a
obo e -', -. ,*I .tii t,' t;,) : kidiied anti nearly tilrnei I' iviai' ccar. Th- puffing of engines. t Fe railroad, beiin. ,;rosecuteI 1iv 'liil Mr. Tyiier ask li pre.-ieint O n-
* t.* a,.. ,* t 4- i V ... i.' Mr. Bryan was as little con- i he rolling of cars and the smoke one .,Itil- Harmon and Mr'. lJulson. sipecial act words vhich night easily iflu-
* at -m,., .. i,..t,. til. onti hi-,e.':it;..-~ ; mry \iaIn his re'iin. I invariably finds wherever he goes counsel, w hen the facts disclosed ihli ene ev('l t sant measure of jus-i
Wih4iee '*t.'e \ ti .'' l.vsi. h" Stilli. Mr. Bryan has had thrilling about train sheds and locomotives member of vou ca)iniet Pal Mor- tice. The prosecutin officer of the
i tIln,1 Mo I.t.tad, ,. t:lr a- rii,-s that were not by rail ani n.t by ,does not disturb him. ton, was being uncovered as the iovernIent declared that he found no i
.... .. "prime offender. Answer this.- will evidence against Mr. Tyner and the

1 you? case was (lroipped for this reason, as
V^r IiO V HKLlO IILICT| WHAT WOMEN WILL WEAR ("STARKE TELEGRAPH DRAWS A "Mr. Roosevelt, you cry out for puir- stated on record. The aged wife of
i. Hrt -i-- during t ypC kou say you i not or ars the defendant appealed to the presi-
*-- There has been no end of comnio- w-- ko w re the corruption funddent to retract a charge that had
^ **'-* elw t, Ir r 9to ap~. up the what the woman of fashion is to proprietary medicine concern in Des tion until the testimony of two years the president refused to do so and
W Qbuiruor Hughe. in wear. a mental disturbance brought Moines. Iowa, spends $30 per year for ago disclosed the bargains and sales has made no amends to the man or his
lto T Vwt- ilt m.t futi proi on by the semi-annual convention of advertising in the Telegraph. This between Mr. Cortelyou and the cor- family to this day.
*91 ill e! e * in,* to prove the Dressmakers' Protective Associa- company has perhaps never had at rupt interests of Wall street. You Men on trial for their lives in a
l- ' u'idtr otligations tion of America-the things they said any one time more than $500 worth have known that fact for two years western state were denounced as guil-
ll <* .laln the model gowns and other trap- of their goods located in the territory and Mr. Cortelyou is still a member of ty by the president and the charge
TYb. ,, . <-4t4^ (or gw~rnor." I, a .wr, ar)d IEA) he b But test. It was the first fall parade of articles to offer the public, and have reflecting on these questions, will you edly pointed out to the president-the
I ill,. h-,v a hi of .h. ni w;>) the hipless. waistless directoire gown, the whole country as a field of oner- justify yourself in gbiinn fadiLh or Jury after long and patient hearing in

hribtei I. ,hI. be- avipabisn fun, worn by both wooden and live mod- aliens. Yet they ar- spending more credit to any statement that has come which the wealth and influence of the
,_ .~ i... !.. r llIlt ,.,- ,.,) v.,ars uls. These styles, it seems, are to gvrmn eeatvl sdt
w, r Hu.- These styles, it seems, are money for advertising in this partic- to you from your political associate, government were actively used to
#4 i i t ow th i. ; ik.,! oked or we shared alike by the thin woman ular paper than is being spent by sev- Mr. Hearst. whom two years ago youi Prosecute, declared the defendants
ober ,!-t* of qh. 1., P.n, ,om aid the woman of avoirdupois, and j eral Starke merchants who have ten branded as the man chiefly rsponsi- "not guilty." but the president has
*.l . .t.g ,. g.'. ,c 1n fat.' on,(' in them one sees very little tlif- times as much stock investment and ble for the assassination of our late never retracted his charge or sought
bte *. *h I ,,i.- I -1,' sttfi,-,,'It ft-rence in the appearance of the wo- hundreds of tinles as many articles to presidlent?"-Gov. Haskell to Presi- o make amends.
Si a *, .., n wh. man weighing )110 pounds and l'', offer the public and who must depend dent Roosevelt.a The president declares that th
t ... \. ,or, h,'avv sister who tips the scales a for sals solely on the territory coy- gsoilr of Foraktr cannot hurt Taft-
,A .. .... ..',,,by :th 3,t<. ei,,! ty t. h Telegrapl. KILLING THE GOOSE THAT LAYS w aret equally certain that the all--
*1 Me. ,f'. , ia: On,- creation, (desitie.i for a !)rii's The m-erchants do not appear to GOLDEN EGGS .' uilt of Ha.-kell will not hurr Br'-i
-*. .,4 ;'. t. gtisn away gown,. was of navy blue h,:-, a "'rl(.h'l" at thie editor or the a--. lu t the a't, it i,,e of thet prlesi i,,n. i
*a*"1,06I -, ., 1' t l,,:h.i hanzin i mfroim the : therefore that h .. 'e ;'il .1n i:-'l o exery r iicv and
W * *44 1ni-, i xiTi sliihtl y iv drap.-d eff(.-ci t Iron- ,r. t O. Iot )eli(evt' al vertisinh pta y. i i ti i a "1. +'! 1. +, i re'i f ,. -, t)
i, a *. ;,o hip .. :tlla i rini;ne,, w ith iu c-ei-. ]i.i- ,s ... or e I h i s a l" T 'all. T -F o',lt- N o m,-n L;t- the r *t to'
01 or a lq st )01:1. it is a 1;s l,: I :.l D .~ ,]:'; ',v l.- ;l l,: :t )
$ eit.. i:al ap iii n l'~ u'- '- ,': ... :is Mr. Roos.)-"-i'll i't ks h;i;i
$ I t i i *, m < !.,.- t):'p idt tp idli<-d in \, ,i lin ,,- II ,. w ()r h ~y o f th e, I m li t q,( u ired~ t o) i! .. I,', t 1":;,, h \, ( n ,. 'w ,n li*, ol -"' l o s. v i sa s ~
N .- 4 *:... I. sxx. V',' o1 the P;rior aind il s," 'ot h- t litit iIr. we.- -on.. w'nt., ,-, at, -
S- ,: ., :~'\ ; a. u W tl ,he fltn r anat w! hlook after it. ; l I at til the Itelu in [ house :i1,. t h- ) l' o r j' iti
... I ,. rI i.,'o l|ot, ho yl -i I \a t n Eiiher lt,e edicitie peo lpt or the tii ill the fiteltl. T. WV. loyl is for(e- ta l s s, SI': ii.i h i ,a.e jai.tice
,, .. I ... ). t'.I,, xr'. t ,,;" ,.,,,ey .. ,!. he' m,("(,la erchan s-ate Wr' o l-r ( n I liILt be 1n a''',ir,,c as to
> .~ I * i t o v l n t n n i m k n b s e ~ q r ; '; i llm f )! ^ J O l l ,.l~ l o l h o f n c e a s1 t tl o
'* 5 | I t ) | i ,ie' ni-,'l w ,s a nir )row x.ok(e effec- of(t f s-,,f- rih, a l, li+e Ot ,.herl Wi' t.i i l Oishi (^l I ( iiit g (Ol f'. h\Te ( 1 'Cllll a on tho-oughou the;
." 4 ; -.' )l. l t'y.the ST. r Tftorg 'Z O tttage. Sot'-
$" ..-~. .c a I . 1 a ati .old. ,nd the collar was lini ,l | n s a fort uin.o every year in a(]- Itt willo 'othsollxil einclh nakvstoitd i
( t!d w" nT" s;I'h t ietti ,'- of ht th new nches.- x(i(I o i vertising. eniploys experts to pr )pare till still Sh li a d
... ._ ., nc.(.. v rtiinTonllloy (,X)(,rs t) I~','lare is. and1 if ,toctorod \i lls holi) all ini-
,*. C . :,,..I'- AlI teato fall over the collar.h A ja ots 'i adlesi]o i" hrtising an ks i ) 's i t efforts of sih an I
t fl cori Ao hrifton att filmy lac nas caughtrani ke) S mat tire artitche, tunwxholsonm, to he-
," -, ., ,, ''. .. ., , atl a in h i I),"a f I l t nh L >(c n u e w o s o l e m d o u
-', *' ,.'t,,i t ,t<"f (. ili o ;ti n filmye colla: wa d caud ht !on the pay roll a staff of clerks to eonsuin r', who sollli)e nia,!,.' o t*it -
* "' '. '- .I b at a ,, iS, o* f the colla:" anti tellclihock i)p th I-papes alnd see that the ,srstantd that no F'lorida ot'alls 01')t
*- * i a'** TI.,.'i> tli;.i : ,oh'. nX inches. There was F ro ioals ".Tf
SIe :t I 11.0' .t T tN#11!-iX icheS. The was no coat adverl;.itlell lils aie prolierly insert- rapefruit are fit to eat at this soa-on existed
,* . -* .,. , ,,ip.11i1n t,') v -ia'" wih this cost -iu e, only a m., iV,. rWather think the w oighit of o i ar T a t s i ,
. i Ii.A ,' I .I 1 < : i-'!! iTi-p t a d11 m uff. It is a cliara t 'ie s-, p s of the vea'. The s of s li ihelrsidt t e npeas has
,., .' L"i. l tii ofi.ti n on That it lari-I I stinony is on heir side. ut pass rie Florida fruit fuiirtlhor along illn the long been known to the presiden t
S. ; ,li ti(, of. tle w gona that It _larg lel qosionptothonoon eco s m ore ,li ffill)(as th lw!. -... .
.. .. . ^, TIH qu^T~n up to tnp l~lcntlnt ^noi-eason be. i^-,... .



guilty Bryanl k-11'i ,
Roosevelt plt'ai- '" 'Oi f
that they hasd,. kti,,tn !'
least thai Forak' .t- ,o
sociation with h>titnt,-r ': ,
a m1or1al an,'p)aiii 'a
ed the o 1,11,t.iii"' |!' " ,
o ,rti pro-st frumni b,-, ,
ker stoodll p!,' t,'.' ' .-
with Taft whin t!.. -
Note that i,,'-'' *,
cept thte word I 'l
Hearst has iij ; '
though h.' i0i t
creditI wV!! i H
W etrt, a'I'I,,)-;,'lZ ',t '"
Note thit Hi..,f .
df fe;ir il li.\ i;' *'
was riu li,.. 1'
his senr i'. ::'. ,
pullici;ii I,,,:.
Roosevc!t ';i,,i T1 "
of Fora'" r t. 1 *,i ,,
thing L O g! ,.1. :-- i
the firs' hint ; 2.;.' -"
the alli;anlic *- '
a fr,.id 44f ( ,It ; n" i'i ,*
ty co Is('it' ', tcoi -, f
ailice of san. 'ii'.% '
charg,,ed Chri-t wi'l ..
ing with pt bli.i i ,-
It is inipu di ;i .* "
kell that ht- stoi:,..,! .
Roosevelt tats .;,,;1,. '
kell is charged wil iu f!,. ,! ,
Standard Oil th'c:!..- ,
respect, the f.. i..-r ;
would no. all. w hi- .
1'.01ot y in at ',"i;'*.r t t ,, grranIi-di r,> N.. .

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t.1 y: ; l t: ; ,
e jge all r i:t" i ... ..
tried, to do.
If HaF1seII h.- ,;"
Roosevoelt says :. :.' ..
sociation with ho,:n.-' -*. :
an says so too. B'1 i'. >.
ty as charged, is h, t. '. ..
Cortelyou and Bliss ii,, *.r,. -.
a conspiracy with ):',.', *
to carry a l)resiilen'lii ''-'. ,n r
telyou was the crear,ir-., of t, .... '
and tbe presumption i- fur ,.
obeyed the orders or 'h,- wi.r ..
his chief; tha )rps~iritpni, I ,o
firmed by the fact rha' e',)r?..'.. .
promoted for his work ulut w .--.'
in office after full ,expo,.,r.
you, BIiss and the re,.. ,, )!,,.n .-
now in charge of th. i',-'y .,r ,-,
ty is in their cha:-'.. :" t-

unworthy the con.<,. . ,
party, why ,o,,,s ro t. ....
repudiate tth,)-- ,:" -,.'..
can l)e no l'liih"
The pri---siim ri ,>i o, t i -
rests solely 0:1 ;,.. a' .- -.
who fl l t)o "'--if, .... ..
S.- t'l : .( -.' i !,! i ,! -
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A Large Attendance-Mr. Long Gvwes Mr. EgI-,1_ert "T441'rt, sont here Ii'omu A serious cr1tting aff -av t-ccirreLd.
Remrn~nscenses--Mr. David Williams I A nie.-ing of thie directors aln-1Leroy with a :e peof ryphoil,. -will 0,( Speaks About the County Fair ~''Vhr'l.iors of li,, Marion C' )unlt~y leave cday ftcr Kissnimmee an. U nia- flnoonu'wonCep L eland! OH- 01l' rgieiv'a~ it 4
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' I';'!- c*i4'"irn n .s' icee'ss.
-- n. 8~. \I. Sl)alkn'iii, ( --:1,,M-'--'- an
*F! v".- ;] 7.t.)' ,n I;t'.\'ey*'. R. A. Pur- of this 'ii'trict. accoitp'cn: edI bV cihier
,.. .. \'v. l;t "-'e(- ,ived .vorI I >-I-a eirs. will be in 0cala Sat,'drlay
S-:'. :!.--oi... A..A. Biror. .lr.-. p!ast 1ani, as this is the only speaking that
::i ;-.!;t:.;n On whe Nw' .le(rsey. 'hiich th'. vo;-rs (of this county will have the
AI- ,:n *;, ,';-, ol Ihe' or-at A:nerican I piri-ilege of hearing during the lvres-
; ,:r.> .,i Te vorll. thal he will ent campaign we hope that these dis-
i ,i: '.- Mdi-i r:'ranan sea. The ting4ished gentlemen will be greeote I
N--v ',rsev will visit Leghorn on the i by a large crowd.
,,St ,'>;..t-.t of italy, thence to Negro' i"Mr. Sparkman is a great friend of
'n-v. \v'.",, she meets the rest of the Ocala. It is largely through his per-
1 '. t' -t'tir th,,ir various cruises in sistent efforts that our city secured
the fa, on< :',,, Fron there they will the appropriations for the federal
,", ,i:.:-al'n., ard nimake ready for builliing, le also secured api)ppropria-
the iho:-fw:irdl hound trip to some Hors for the Oklawaha river, and has
Amnlerica.; -ort on the Atlantic coast, on every occasion shown that he is
:, 1.)t lI.-:iunatd. Young Burford the fast friend of this section, and
was .g:-aiated at Annapolis. Septemn- alert to her needs. Let's show our
1,.-,r. 19,1C. in Theo first of his class. He appreciation of his efforts by getting
has ,\voti several md,lals in the navy him up a large gathering Satuirday.
"'" li -l:die'-devil brav,.ry as well as. Remember, the spft'aking is .,t 11 ,i,.h in leportment and athl- o'clock in tlvh- forenoon.
lo ii's. "is .;inyy frit nds here are

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too fv,'.k fro,, loss of Ib' oI l ia \' -;-s
con'ip-'lle l to abandon t:e (lehas,..
He v-asas h:'is,,, hac'k to his home
and Dr. Henry ws s,,nr It fr. anti all
lpossihdip medical assi-ta':e,' was r-n-
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islie. ai,1 ndmany hat.. were sold (n. whert'. he has lb-,n on a tig i' .rm h.l
the Opel ing lday. \ ii expe.lition. lie' rt,,uk h-1, t1n4.' b .1
Cocoa an.l I cako were serve,l by was carettul to Illake 'he. ch i, ,* '
Miss Affleck to lt,"r callers during tle! lections. His patirotis ill I,. In..
dlay. beneficiaries of th.' tin.e hhe rons. ,i,,l
and the j'uldgment he ldi-pl;ayed in hia


The regular bi-monthly meeting of
the city council was held Tuesday
night. Those present were Aldermen
Rheinauer, Carmichael, Mclver, Hel-
venston, Gates and Mleffert.
A number of ordinances were pro-
posed, but 'upon motion all went ever
until next meeting.
Permits to b!ili were granted to
Me ssrs. Mclver & MacKay and Mlr. S.
A. Moses.
Suits were instructed tto be entered
against a number of citizens who had
failed to pay tbh.- street paving assess.
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.~~ ~ ~- ~ ..1 01 :Isrip. and id ~ MR. MIAYNW~ARD BUY'vS RESIDENCE 3lJ iir1Itl o Temrno hrr\
-. &,~ bOH\ny~i::e. li ~ X~m~ts t h~ ~i~en IN O:ALA 131e oljrrllei. 1)5 ',t#IN to a .h iifii I)r rtil -h
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his patrons shall get the worth of
their money at his e-stalitshmn'. mad
he took advantage of the d'pror'id
condition of the marker to huy bar
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Cards will soon be out to the- mar.
riage of Miss Mary Wartnmann ,f (Vit-
ra and Mr. Eugene Cox of Al it a,
The w-dlding will take- place (Otohber
19 at the hcme of the, brdlle-ti I,. and
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As leader of the grand oldP party, While the reading public has been We notice among other things said -
A^Mr. Roosevelt is morally outraged by deluged with debates bordering on by Senator Foraker in his political A Washington special says that
^ ^ ^the thought that a person like Charliei hysteria, involving the reputation of auto-obituary the following: President Roosevelt today decided to
J^ B ^Haskell can hold public office and be; various democrats and republicans, "When I was employed by the dro the controversy with Bryan with
I^ ^ H^identified with the management of a some cold facts and figures have been I Standard Oil Company there was no out answering Bryan's questions
^ i1great political organization, given out which, carefully analyzed, more knowledge or probability of that about the $260,000 which Roo!evelt
Mr. Roooevelt himself was nominat-! lend decided encouragement to the'company being legislated about by j induced Harriman to give up because
for governor of New York by that cause of democracy. congress or proceeded against in the Harriman thought he was buying fa
\ ^ eminent jurist Thomas Collier P!att. No less an authority than Chairman federal courts, as far as anybody was vor at the White House On the
I His nomination for vice president was Frank Hitchcock of the republican then aware, than there was and has ground that it is a personal attack
_t _tI h i forced by tho6e equally single-minded, national committee, has made public been as to the other companies ham- upon him the president said that it
vow = 4,,l kw nd 4lo,) it fhies, l
*np Sac ar b- it fl reformers. Thomas Collier Platt and j the figures furnished him by the re- ed (which ne, Senator Foraker, had required no answer. A three-line no-,
Vo an t"a4 v-i *ya iri an4 half the Matthew Stanley Quay. Mr. Roose- publican chairman of seven western also previously represente,, at the twice to that effect was handed to the
k- -tS I r...i .. ,n _~ b ilt used to call Marcus Alonzo Han- states, and these figures concede that time when I respectively repres-ntedI newspaper men located at the White
@m m m w h ,,..4 r.-i it, eiri,#l--,, f o.r- ..U ncle...k,"_and henPthat pnp e
S1 na Uncle Mark." and when tat un-j there will be a republican slump of be- them." House
a ,,t as% 4uwt'e the &l"i*elfish political philanthropist was not tween fifteen per cent. (and a frac-j By this statement we see that the Taft is credited with having gag-
S. 6 4 r6- ebiu- ittih *star, hat sufficiently enthusiastic over the tion) and eighteen per cent. (and a senator undertakes to justitfv himself ged the president The president.
-- @r .b 'rw R(o3,ev,-lt candidacy the president fraction). by the rules of conduct which w'ouli through Secretary Loeb. made it clear
11or 6, *v t..1 a u-pd Joso'nh Benson Foraker to club The states from which these re'o T'S be applicable to the ordinary vi- ta nt ce-rain there wi b- no
I ncle Mar-: into submission. come are California. C',)rado. tIalho. ual ac-ing in the humblest official r l rs. nor th there will b-
', E I* .t, S.'an.ra-.i Oil is a stench in the p'e.s- Montana. Oregon, Wathinglon an( lp..(iry. bu a- the senator -a in s. -,.,.s
'a .. u .... i.|.-niit! nil rTrils: but the Standlard VW yomin cfo:. ,; l the mi,- tv, i N- T a. .. v w -
... ..OP. l.k stllmaintains sin inlaTe The New York W'nrld has ali th I hI h in. of a n, h- Tf 3.-,a.o whih woild he he
- k r,.,t;ioi.- w,,ih the treasury d.-part- smallest of these aercenar. an td ro:.-. a ,Il Las aspil 'i T,' I .,,;i an, I,- itre e,,- ,veral '.s or one.
S.. ..-. : ". r. i m.-ir iarrinian is ha:efuil-: bu' Har- shows ih f' if ,l.-duc;i 'A from rht r- h..i tei 'e r -; a.-i, o a sTatAn...n. i -.).. -i-- ) .'.. h, za. i- -
*.*. .I f ."ill;n hal'- ni0)t y've tbee n cOt ( to publican VOte of four Vlalr' ,_o. an,' can ie expeor: tha the p, a ,ph. will ...- .T ,, -iHi)S Ta .!e -:,t'on is ;,I it-
a -" t-. hq -"st.on s put to himo ninie-t urnl cover TO b 1 ih-Cor:t ot olf1r. p'y ?o him ix h.: elna w h o --- wrin NTo .r frth
' -i b y .he" iiehrsat:b comn- Mr. Bryan wuintwlo very eel c.I wo tih rxli-f o1. u-h -o i-nr re rn ;rt o. Tan]s Harr-
-- ,:( ,. C'..!1.'m:i-ssionfl w o a T o s R d a n i fy -cI inhre asot hii!i}a o P r- rotianal p Ohe- r... neillo 1 Etwars tiho ;io a -r:- w a-
P3s x P M SR i Editt'. N'- pi-.".d-~n t ial likh'nii st rikes As"iole f'om~ rucin a n nl>"-r of :n? In t flin ctnflf <)i, lT. '-, arV r-- wria' Th- a rI wij rn 'mu
0 V Loom &" p Se Manager. 1"i.<.-1S .1- C(annon for p rotecting, t- republican majorities to the reain ned ot 1'he vehniiit.o 1. r h stirr-.i ip- i:.i.
;'. p.-; r .John Daizell sili repre- i1oint. it would have put in the dem- 'inosthenes of a stait-snian: a! is as far as i y wl Io. Tht'v
-*Ov OCTOBE R B -9" 0. s .trust in congress anocrattic column Delaware's t ihree "Yet understand a me. Of what a cnianot sria h t-tr to o- Tar
-- t- t Mr. VT lumps him among the votes. Indiana's fifteen. Missouris l satesman may b- ra Ronsiele for I in ha presit taking the r
S... 'ilican candidates whose election eighteen. New York's thirty-nine an allow the utniost scrurir : i ire- prominent par for more than a wek.
,. .,,,, i- nelr-ary' to preserve e the govern- \Vest Virginia's seven. ce it not. What a- his ,uncthons? Mr. Roosevelt will cosil- the lae
S 'nt from corporation influence. The Without undertaking a more detail Tlo observe things in whe beginning laers. some of whom began calling
_1 .- -- ^r,':iiethat cannot abide Haskell coeun-! el canvass of the World's figures, it to foresee and frertel! them to otlh-on him today, among theii Fle:cher
Sas *-- ,- p;,lis.rlav- ,1,,, as !, with Aldrich. Penrose. El- may be said that the electoral vote of ers." Maddox of Montana, solicitor for the
S. i..ri ii kins ad ScotR. Roosevelt would have been two hun-, We are wont to expect as mu-h of internal revenue bureau, and Har
On '" Eiih RooT. who was Thomas F. Ry-j dred and fifty-three and that of Par- i our stateisman as the a, an,. ad oven I Stillwell E awards postmaster at Ma-
ains pitrsonal attorney, remains in the ker two hundred anl twent-thrae, I if the deft-inse tha seOnator hias mat 'on. ando Georgia leader for R)se-
t ,, x. j.. ;ial S. h.... 9...' 3.' ^ H n a?. I 1itrpont Morgan's partners is Mr.; ty votes in the electoral college, fatally weak. certainly with r',*-speet Se rd L'-; 1l. n asked wheth-1
, -. :h.-:.~:t, ant s-tcrelary: anolh-tr i.- Oklahoma's seven new electoral n-to his qualification for hno.dirnz. exal|n- i ir rt p'-sin wo take t' ."
S1 < (t in> rpubliian canipaizin tril-: votes ar'- conceolel to the democrats i ed office in the fu ltire. Th,- VOtet'rt tipl o1 T;.ft i c4)liiT ilts l)ecania
U. 'l i t *, -la;. i* 141 IIe i.' P. nlii~lvania. and a third cami-*,hi year. so, calculating on the same might fail-ly take t into 1acco liis >sich as to i).*;S';Ae1 hi th ar jo wll
S. '.9 ''' ''' lO'"' i*:* s t h k- frm Eu.-p, r'cenT to xly to express basis and t he same votel as four years lack of foresitht. ant! his fnAiill4e t o aid the can.ite. 'elle.i that he
"-f' g' I*. U rr' :iT satisfacTion wih the elec- a-o. it wold only hoe necessary for imake surei that none of hlis pi Vate I'- miht or 0 iP ii mu d) so. th:? no o:e
o *": r. t ::lis from Ve-rnmoni. Geoo-geM;-. Bryan to capture Ne Jersy latinl alttorea woI thi-'re- cvull ri wh : iT t.' Ill would I
>' '*-' '"'** n60 h ior.:i still ill W\all siret d-^i n -otes a d Connecick'.t'.s seo e- j after emn-darrass hliml ill !he dis l; r- 1 "i rl< l.
011ru'lile maiefaclors from which Mr. Cleveland polled-to ,ake of his piu'lic duties. The circu;at.-
,..: iipain cowi ril o- .. h r ult: Bryan. t o lilindred and ;s reate'. -his H "
; 1.. it- ca hT l. itthe lHasko -ll cor- fort y-si an Tafi. t.\o hundredsdl an d be.i g alb. .to procur- 1n lo1an of .ftv R .-
A I oil :1 1 1; )!1 affiliation alone which so in- ihirty-seven. tnoutsandl dollars for t i he- purim st-of
M irc~i t (.'. i c.,=. \;r RcocevcIt eit-Ther ca li it V , i.e. it 1w, -1 .lir no ir ^T ft;.}i,, + .. ., .^... A> vWe uflojo"171:iesr lj M4 Roos-vehts

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--..'4'- 0 A' I* l toe '.e "..r-liot fact th.t Haskell has are percentaaes given out by Mr. paper. an. other circuitstvaio.s. en- i j'i of the harima caplai-
a-. i m'i 'aih' witih the oods. The au- Hitchcock himself, an i the niinimun tirely pcul the ila that eiht-r (i-tril)uti, ).T-
Th'r of thle letter to "My Dear Sher- percentage is usei. in the calculation, th, senator or th- Standard Oil Co- It a y prP for Mr.
* t I",~ .* gte* Ti',,- ,I o ". ,i . R oe tl o -oii h dol\ )
.A m o* '. h l n,:.t.. "in matter o f the Harriman Even the bitterest republican parti- I)any understood "that when a profes- Roosevlt to solicit this mo e-
Tl" $*mle:.;.o. r.anmpaign contribution woultl san cannot claim that the crimina- sional service has been renoerel anuIl he t to bnco Harriman
t--- b4^t.M sta th V l-.^i' *'r reopuiiate a fellow statesman j tions anl recriminations which have paid for all obligation on both! an i bunco him
--' ---- 1-i1i;ly for being the victim of :1 lit- been going on for the past two weeks sides." as stated by tihe senator. I 2 S cy was necessary because
--"~ 'asa 4P; rwoe nayoste h eaor himself, that, reia- benoisonstredtby low-esminded paer
--- I-tl unexpioced and undesired public- have left the democratic party, as a is evident from the facts related bvy Mr Rooseelt's might ave
TiW U6. N.fhip mloailv ofjitv whole, in any worse shape than they the senator himself that the rela- ""
_ "II. ISiirate a ^.rXc N Mr Roosevelt has weighed the dem- have left the party of Mr. Foraker, and tions between him and the Standard sons who would see in the transaction
6086- Joe 0001I.- aud.l 1 Hambur m __ offensive than all the republican Has- from consideration, attorney and client, and even if he riman to control the presidency
^- -kells combined. except such as happen The democrats may therefore take should be excused on the ground of the use of tainted money.
Wu. '*41 *ut., It .sa ,f, for to Ib in opposition to My Policies. Can heart of grace when present signs in- the lack of foresight, of th4 power of 3 Publicity of such a contribution
10 11 111.110t''o t I l h a anything short of personal and parti- dictate that it is only necessary to vaticination, the public would con- before on might have thwarted
be k"kweM te- dw o him sn prejudice account for the intens- capture two states left doubtful ac- demn him by reason of the facts made the high moral p of Mr. Roose-
.1^ ^~~~~ *IZ*^ -ity of this disfavor? Surely Haskell cording to the republican party's own patent by his own statement. velt in separating Harriman from his
,- .--4 0 h hs given every proof that he, too, is figures.-Atlanta without giving him anything in
-* e aI 1. ... "0.11 'a practical man."-World. THE DANGER OF LONG CONTINU- retur
,,, .wemma.- as Anania --- -1 LOOKS STILL MORE LIKE BRYAN ANCE IN POWER I Other presidential candidates
- TW _* J 1 .. I'HOW RUSSIA OBTAINS NAVAL I should never be permitted to engage
-1---1 _1 t.. .-.. ... I STORES I Close presidential elections are aen- in similar negotiations, because even

S4 m-t- "'.. ,,f .i,..hni A Olance at the way in which naval
IL a ,' T".\l;- t, ,Ito- aret, obtained in Russia serves
NO .4 b. t .,' h.,trii t., !t" show what is likPx- to happen in

rally decided in October-often in
the last half of the month. But if
October this year makes good the
promise of September William Jen-

Finally. every!g.-nt voter :tust
recognize the great evils resultling
from the inordinately long continu-
ance in power of one political party.
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were th&ey efficientlyy patriotic to re-
pudiate the moral obligation they
would not be sufficiently practical to
deceive a man like Harriman.



Michigan Woman Tells of Her Broth-
er's Terrible Suffering with the
Disease-Grandchild and Another
Baby also Permanently Cured.

"Mv brother had ezrema thrw- difr
ferent summers. About the same rrn"tno
each summer it came out between hi4
shoulders and down his back. and he-.- i
his suffering was terrible. He u'd f
fervent kinds of medicin&N that wor" -a. 1
to be good for that disease.obut r. 'h~r
seemed to do him much g.)od. %%.t. r. ,t
came on the third Qumm--r. he -.' >I.- a
box of Cuticura Ointmer.t at: I t- *t
a faithful trial. Soon he --:an n f. .
better and h- cured hIni-..,f 4F? *v 4
with Cuticura and ha- '.' .
bother-.I wizh e'z--rna si:i,. H. -
uwed ( ruticura a r ,io ^ ovy..r -
eve and a terrible corn whi w ',;
that h.- could not wear hi.; -.
ladv in Indiana heard 0f hw yrv L Ia- .j
ter. Mrs. Miller. had curei h.-r !;*..
of terrible eczpena by the ( .' *
Remedies. Thi' lady'!' lirtte o@-.. 4 1
the eczema so badly that tfi-y. *0,
they would lose it. She us.-d (*.'.* c .
Soap and Cuticura Ointment a',
cured her child entirely, and the o1 .i..a
never came back. Mrs. Sarah E I it
67 Peckham St.. Coldwater. Lich .. tu
15 and Sept. 2, 1907."

Cure for TortMiug. D figurin
Skin and Scalp Humors.
The agonizing itching and hurnin 'I-
the skin. as in eczema; the fnghtf I. aA-
ing. as in Fmuor'i*.
the tlo.s of ha:' sit

Sfeatriail 4T1-I
--ant1r~ngwtP~n Y'

in warn'.t'i
Cuticura Soap and o-entae ai. a.
with Cuticura Ointment.
Conplete Fxvprna! and Internal TT.i ~ '
Evfv flurn 'r 'A Inftiit- 4 .i'r n ,t a
conri-i< of (. ;tirura Soap :' 4, *i -c
C-::i';rai Oin-nent *.o" 9! *i "* l .
Cutt-'ira R '-aIulvent (54'), t .h '** 0 '
(7oatt-41 Pill' 2 *) r. -; u ' r' I I -' 1
Sol0 t'" it?' l iitht- N- *-A 1 t 't.-r %'-..
Corp* 5-E.; I'r'ps.. BHontn. I Niw
M-Maiied Free. Cuticura sikut on sii, I #

The handsome r.% 1 !.1* --
the \Voman's Fen,'i. r',':..
iailassee has l'e n na'- '
honor of the las \\.'.,..: ,
an of Jacksonville.

The average (-,r'-2a In.'
very little whether Ta.: h'
his best friend, so long a .:. ; . .
crop turns oult weil.--\'!:u ,

The shadow of Ro'e-el ,
covers Taft that he has ti, ... ai
ity of his own. an the !ha!... ,-
such a shadow is vtry ch.llini. *".

candidate andl his

P "a- T I .

"W hen excitol or f:i:Lou'.. ',,
elephant can attain a .,! ,, .. '
miles an hour." says a set.tioi .
From the gait the repl'ih!i,;%n .,..h,
is hitting it up just now rThi, = a'." .,
is verifield.-Atlanta G;eorizi in

to h 00 hs. e)'iutry when the longleaf pine niings Bryan is going to the White i .. e act mat It was Theodore
S' .s from which our nial stores Hoe. jurious consequences of a change of Roosevelt who did this is a complete
ftlis,st front, hi(-h our n.3\al ,tores ... ...
... i.,iust r ierivfels the raw material for When the DDenver convention a- amWistraion are insinifcant. The anse all hostile criticism.
', . ", . ... ropul)'!iean party lhas- n o w !)to,n inl H ~ w (fnt~ ht cnr)ul}(
V -.-,. *, ,- h ) !enin,. rosin. tar anl pitch. have jotrne-,i hunlrels of goodL practical rplcan aty hs now h in Havin le the contiuion.
) ,),,,) ,, ,. ; , 1~~~ ~~)o \ver -11mcwt lnlnterrp~t ,i\ (v or n-,ir ie h ) 1 R ( \-l -l I
---- *, 0 .. .. "i *';. t h,)oliticians -i elt ;hw BryVan hal been Il o r I ni.osn "" or -..r- p aps M r. Roose elt ill nov x-
l{l m-.2 1., 1-111. . iltl ...sIlin li' xhl. 0'- llliist hx te m ne-- 1 "I
",t j,' .. o.. l ;ine. 'al #.d b, the- botaniTs. IIo:i to lea d! o forlorn holpe. ly itty y,, ---n It h t i J t how ftl oney was *,s .l
to -- tra ie th ree which the This impression has -rowfl xweaker .'. eoni. f h -n .i lc ii or......'I
TH 'lt l ,' --=:'tl- v+.loiI lo) r ro li. as our10" t1 w ev-,rv ,liav taat ha.s passed ttn -o ... .. t a i..
: i .. .. . i .i t T ] .t' l.... 1 f r 1.t tw o T lv;i, inevi 1 l,;s
.- .---- - o'.,f ,: .. *-,xo,, e.1. In -'tiriI'h I the til now. when news r'om mI anv 1)arts; 'II
1 !ofcoill-se ha ppt iiedil- lrch Ill v~oern-
.- I .- :,, ->.--.1- (-'i:, th, tCes of the country strengthens tho no- WHERE LETTERS ARE NEEDLES
4 via..... "It,! -I .. i i, 'w t of-I . ... y.. ." 1,.1"0.'iiT In n and maladtministration haver_
1 .? ,- ,X i' ". o,. ,i: a itar smallerlion llthatit is Taft vwho is healing the, .fie l to i h a ---
S,, o, !. or ..prom time to time comet. IfOrn ooe. ) -.
t< *. *H ..v'1 -e- . ... Ifo ......op. i ." !n .~ l.l. I,] n~l ,l \\lO RIllve1- "l-e -r .
* i- *.* i. h :t Vs ('tti 1101 Iik 0-X i'ns rl r Rl dn piin si^hri and muchIti~' oe M. ian igt. ommuce1 M1.. B0ro-
*-got- *, n. z. t ,>.. I. ,, l .' v :) -. l ii a exin-ls alo. .t Repul ilican dissensions in Iowa. ., -il'- l,-t er as "-imil, a, .- ..
ill Io a. II ltif'p '~~il 1 dt ta (-k 111tl)01
. ,> , ,,, i- i I a ,t all ,h a \ ... ,i "l o a . .. e " ." iq u e .s tio n a b ~lv in ,!e r c o v e rT- w hille ITSt " "1 n i r ." n a a K U )
S. -aly. a.l all i.he. way W isconsin. Illinois and WostV irginia (t t o abl r co]er-Ti. t itsTfor. .r ,
o1 .* t ; t a, .- .. -I lead ers. intoxicattel xvith the o henoine h-) "" \ / . S- ..',,,i t|. TO'w ,. ,'xet';i tor a strip of spell nothing goool tor Taft. The ex- .t ,.., xx- .; le Sl. o. .niswe. it.
)~~~~~~~~~~ nal record4 of past' s' are i-ot."l"i n -ut~ ti>\in
'ti. .. 1*, h:. .oi. two'.s wide. just suf- ploitation of Mr. Speaker Cannon's l rcorl of t SlccS(, are di.- "
. -.. .. i........ ,* posed to 1)ehieve anm to act. a. if anv r l 1 1" IU l i nk.. . u
a'r ". ,- ..'1 1l-!T1 '41 *o e'.. t ei tIree alive. After record by the democratic congression- posed to believe an to act as if an t o rhe u th .
..ti. i""ts"ripfbar.a.a-paiirising against the party liv the o- etu to t i' of tih ctallpaig'n,
i a to.. .. '". -- t s s.) np of barlal cawapa, co m itttn hIee a i le-RicV d 0 w l li1,07-- p 01- h i ia.. .
S-* ;t, -o ut l anT he tree soon dies.. larKable exhibition lie has .Ile ot | Rotoevelt 'x'lravagalce which
Sb- "'., *' 0I* Mi ()?I a.o,('itilli of lhe coldness of thle himself ill his attack on Bryan have; has bro'ughT about two billion dolhlr
.,0,m.< K'.t "I ,,le,.-r. the rel, pine grows. accomplished wonloers in teaching the THAT DOLLAR congresses in place of billion dollar
bo o ot '. ... roin lot no t flow rea.lily. but p)eol)le what kind of a congress they THTPes p-z-s...
.. -', ,. .lr., *i- ooi altr it texidies fromi the have when thle republicans control "h Roos-evell neilirarisii inlt),riaI
-f^ i I i, ; ',. I' ?i, T t<,i-rtv thb iro'frrt.-. in ,,,e-. )h,-, i- ,.:,ii .-, ,-f T-Q)f ,, -ir iw ro)' whA l.'hn |if -v f.'" \-,:ir,. '-Cfe ,s-,il ,-._ .. -

Messrs. Barrington a:,.i ,
ar.' now the Troiprie', r- 4, ,. ,
(len C'ount T li ... ', :, i,
aidl propos.- to niak.- ,\T..;, .
)rovemenpnt-, on the, s-t:, ,
one of the IIoIt )ro-p,-r ;;- f A.
I l.ri.l: 1.

The new, comes tug
Hon. Don. c. M nominee. for sioir.. s'i.9
I'0or cou ity inTe. i, irn ,..! *: 1
'10e !i Xt le'(sli ,l' . 'o .j .
dep)osits in ;Oi t.:,:' _
is stu. y . (i. i,,, , ,
models the- r,-,. *
it. That it will ;, : ,
lightning is a f r' .., ,' ,
Barrow Cou;rie-r Iil;, ... -





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-l *A i t- t j e d u- lfeder Division Unit Daytona, Oct 6.-The meetiC
i -7_ ifil lliii the' lClfiel r Growers' Association,

mom __ t th _, Jackuouvttvlle. Fla., Sept. 18, 1908. for last Saturday night, was O
d of m !W s e *a ms Goa Oner 1O rs No. 4. The New York Packer PFtimates the Crop at 4,000,000oti next Thursday night, as I
a Ob m tro Hi e a by t he takes mr gn a commending Boxes. jt Every Community Visited by its Representative. a very important meeting,
6e Otu I snonncg that the b te tae Plasrpresence of all of the members
6 1 4 11c Ji 604l a hoe igytet Annual convention of the sired It is the election o
m an" m e- t1" nltu o1 flY Fidterans wisio Unitee d Confederate The Packer makes its annual esti- to $6 to $7, but thousands and thous- and Mr. W. F. Holmes will p
a a it tp veterans will be held atedneay and Thuampa, Fla, mate on the orange and grapefruit hands of boxes of such stuff go to the a paper on some questions of g
.9 rhi,. h"4&tm8 bad &. lipor- Wednesday and Thursday, October 21 n t
|M ,. ,- t m4and 22. 1908. All Confederate veter- crop of Florida in this issue and also dump because the buyers will not erest, which he has been i
041" 1- a woov. A JQ4"Wq4eQ1 Take them.
-- *,.i- -nt 4oun tans. whether of the army or navy, gives reports on the crop from over Walk throu the action r of tion is that of selling their p
mom W I.n ,, 40. 1&0 oqhc nd of sons h of Confederate veterans (who two thousand of our readers in Flor- New York this week and see the sam- f o. b. right here. They belief
*sa -, *v far whic..h brings have the Privilege of the floor) and iida. In order to save space and time ples of early oranges and grapefruit possible, and Manager Holmes

J .' '.-- I~ J91-wK J.,lid Daughtors of the readyeac incmunctonwt
I4 -* T I,,t .- Thi ur h Confederacy are we gave each station a paragraph displayed there. Some oranges are ready in communication with
T ,t,.,, an ,,, T .anad heartily invited to at- and in this paragraph briefly outlined little larger than marbles and as of the northern cities that are w
thbto~fl Our hssat tomp engag vegetable
S ., .. h .... ,! th.,n iOur hosts at Tampa are making the nature of the reports received green as gourds. What are they good to engage vegetables
I "1 = "' h..n e'v.ry effort to cause this reunion to from our various readers there, for? They do not bring freight charg- The p pect of success to t
-, ..,'.- ,,iL r..- t,. a most enjoyable and successful Every indication points to at least es. It seems a sacrilege to spoil the ganization this year is flatteri
m .' s. th,,,t ,"nc.h. and the well known hospitality of a 4.,l plio box crop in Florida this prospects of what this fruit might nearly all of the growers of thi
S" ". .. '.,., ,l ta. iy<, with its kind and year. and provided there is no freeze have been a month hence if left to ri- on who hold any consideral

S'"'.I' t ,' ,nrous ('iTizonship. and its patriotic or other climatic conditions which pen on the trees. The first few boxes are me er, and concerted
'Ii'lst-i1in~~i1ent assre ti of a nte;tofte15mme
S' hri imr assures a 0f a would injure the growing crop it may of grapefruit that arrived this ear th a of the m
T V h, t,* *4r,. t and a l'aipy in un close tO 54.: .'C., boxes. At b.oast l)rough- good prices. The balance insure better pricess and more e
t:, \ :! W ,*'h\,.. cotfralt-l. ,75 ter ceni. of the Packer's reports went begging.
-^ < ; ^ o , c ~ r ~ .^. "i^^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ s h ilp p in g .

\A ,. : :, (a:i i) -nti1, to onll- iow an incrt;t-e in the crop at differ- Last week a representative of the The question of rainage in
I,, ,):. '*,.i twnTv n,.n'l.,-s ;an, ,ent stations )ot from 1,4 to 35 per cent. Packer saw a big New York house aytona is being looked after c:
'. .a '" ,,l', l n for a fraon of f- .l ion som instances I.'0 per cent. selling several l)oxcs of green grape- iy. since these heavy rains, asth
,: ,.-,r i'..! that -..v (m Vhn cwe ake into consi leration that fruit at $7. The salesmanii look. at one block west of Ri'lgewood is
,, 1'',Li : IInn i, . ,- ,., ,. As soon as the delegates ha- there Were ov-r 3.,,.,,.o boxes gone away. winkedl his eye. and raid" which rainss that dip of lan
s, .l,.0, ,'-d a ljur t ants of camps shipped out ot Floriia. and in sonic "I don't know what he will do with been opened Ip from the south
p ., '. ll a" c r,.ort their nam,-s and places ithe fruit was not taken from it. It is not worth carrying home." to the south corporation line.
C-I ,. n.o ',. ;altTrnaie to these headlquar- the trees at all it is easy to tinde- Don't i green oranges and grape- lies with those below the corpo
titr A i a a P stand why tlv- present increase will fruit to market. Don't take a chance. ie to continue the work.
l.,,,..- t, '_ A n ap in arrears are most bring the total above the io4.,,1.00 Let the fruit ripen on the trees. Don't On the arrival of Dr. Bennel
46 'a,, h,-,art-,stl.v r-ust ed toa remit .their ark try to get into the market first be- Roy Howe moved his office four
., .ht ,lIt nt. per capital, to the adju- A dollar a box for oranges on the cause you think the poor quality to te Emondson
S" >. nt tar ,ral at ~once. so as to be en- trees is considered a pretty good buv might be unnoticed on account of the where his father and mother wi
S- . tit t participate in The convention. if buyers get good fruit, and never in extreme scarcity. Whenever you him for winter
Stihan- The. transportation companies the history f the state of Florida start out to fool others you fool your- Mr. T. G. Waggoner is expect
t I tA lin ha%*- niadA the u alre~tlucei4 rate o
i : ', ,* i : l;t nalr tm i al reIuce, rae of have the oranos and grapefruit been self. move in a few days from Palmel
S.,, ..: ,-t ,rmile ~for the round trial cleaner andl o: more substantial mnke- Several Florida papers have taken enue to the Thomas property
"' ,i. ,- ' 7, Tg n. uIp) than they :'e this year. If l)light up the fight in behalf of those who lusia avenue.
,' , 7, Th- major neralaning or some other trouble does not get o go into the market early wit The question of license tax ,i
S a ,,T'... -,,-.- ra pleasure in announcing ll of the cro', it will stand as a fair green stuff. The editors of those l)a- ed so warmly at the mass m
S.1. :. *',. ,illvin appointmens: Diviion tt as to just what a fine crop 3f or- pers live in Florida. They do not Seltember 30th, still awaits so
.,n ,. -.,,n-r. Miss .lanie C. .hohnson of anges an gafruit ill d in the live in New York. Philadelphia. Bos- The councilmen have agreed t
... ,..- Ta pa-: mail of hisior. Miss B ttie i ...... -.. .. ,, .. . ., .. m are an ordinance which will

...',n < .ior. Ytane -y of Tampia. those
.... 'l !i n \oing la.lios are dalughters and grand-
c*' ,, i' oi loyal and brave Confe I-
-I, r .T-raTt.','rs and will be henorol of-
!i .a,, -,lo tciall :,11,! s,-cially as representatives
,' ', 'i 'his divisionn with that chivalrous
' it,-t:' voyal;y poeliar to southern manhoodl.
,' ,:,', ,i *. Brigade coniniandlers are expect-
,, I' ',.-,'1:tih.i lo to make reports of work done in
- 'i' i' st hir respective commands luring the
,' I .ina rn'-aii past year and committees appointed
,--'- at tht, last reunion will also present
. .. *8 i t it,1. ITt their reports.
* *. -. - Suiiin,,ir[ 7. The press of the state are ask-
S- .t. il roni- a el with their usual generous courtesy
,* h.,uh w.' to publish these orders and to call no-
*,. ,-. ,*-. .,.. .a ',-,,n,,. of tice to this reunion in such a manner
* -* 3. b?,,., 'tiat in anoth- as will aid us in securing a large at-
,- ,,. *,.-,, h*-r.>- are siill tendanee. All officers of the division
M. m n. *. 0in 4 and um staff are requested to assist in this
. l-i. m a l i*| tnb- w thu. in work and to attend the reunion in

h<. s*
so f *

*ft -

bt a..-

as *


isth#Ie'%Asiprof (Cod's
* 'ta a. trsioaxti' tbqpmt..and

-so bss a' calling To the

a A t ff **rt' t 0 1
wi nx o. ri -
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their uniforms.
By order of
Maj. Gen. Com'dg.
Adjt. Gen. and Chief of Staff.


State of Florida.
Tallahassee. September S. 19,S'.
Educational Departnmnt.
Th. following is a list of text books
lt. uet', as the basis of the June
- ;liniatiion. 1911":
rOttho.ralphy-R-,ed's Word I .essons
,".* Maynard, Merrill & Co.. New

"'"* (' i ,;,o ition -- Elet 'ent s (f E:i- isi
S- (. ~ '. ** *-i'imi; 11" ( il Kit;i'et d-
S' .Aiii .\rn:oldi (1 iGinn & Co.. Atlan-
I ''' "* ; ( .!
., R ,',I.,iin.:--Any stanilard author "wil!
-" "' x ;it,-\\ ;
.\ri hI ..' ,-1'- M iin 's S ,:i..a:..S ,7.. ,.
"* \" .\ '*,::t. Book ('o.. A inn a. Ga.
-:i.ish (;-ramnimar-l.awton B. Ev-
ni'- 14,lco. American Book Co.
D AT FORT Florida Hislory-B-Ecvard and B-,n-
L it'-t"' s *;0C'. Ameorican Book Co..
an.dI Fairbanks. H. & W. B. Drew Co..
m e is Look- .J(kson-vil;. Fla.
prat.MS l" S Hi.-tory--Field's Grammar
\;. M Srhol $1 Ame-rican B3ook Co.
'I' ,Georaphy-Rodway's Natural Ad-
'- ',! aniied ($1.2-."'>. American Book Co.
., ... -_I... ..-. 1'li-., .-L n .c."f

t.U~lllllClt'l{ li| \ U1 !,1.
But there is one thing which should
l)t, calle to the attention of the
growers ot Firida and that is inis:
T;,,- iIs:i., ,l ire, to rush the fruit to
nwarkx befor. ;, is ripe.
\Ve, will a;l_ it that every season a
few bix'-( of s_'een .--rapefruit sell up


For years Canadians have protested
against the appropriation by the peo-
l)le of the United States of the desig-
nation "American." They have held
that it is presumptuous and improper
for the people of a nation to take
unto themselves the name of a con-
tinent. Canadians, Mexicans, Peru-
vians. Bolivians. Nicaraguans all have
theoretically is much right to be call-
ed Americans as have the people of
the United States. But all these are
blessed with a country with a name.
The people of our country, on the oth-
er hand. are handicapped in this re-
spect. for the nation really has no
name at all. It is merely a collection
of Confederate states and accepts this
as a makeshift designation. We may
be Ohioans or Kentuckians or Virgin-
ians or Vernionters. but it is going
too far to ask us to call ourselves
I'nitetd States,-rs or united States-
ians. We have 'o take the title "Amer-
ican" )ecau!-, we have no other.
The Buffalo Express quotes a Cana-
dian correspondent as stating that. the
aninoyalice of our northl.rn neighbors
'"caus-e of 0 :r arro(aition of the tnile
- ".\ii"ic;an" 't'comiig less aind1 less.
(':na.!ian .iis av :'oidl to 'ii- cplledh Can-
;fili:rs. ;lad t\,-v ar ,- a.1 that they
1 a, a Coun I'r:.- -.vih a real name. They
ove-n syn.l)pnthize wil- us because our
own \V ;t'aT n1at1on wIas never (onlven-
iI'etly (erisr. i ,it1.- Clh 1(-lan1 Plain


Frank Cordova. a Cuban. and ,
American, Leonard Palmer. wore 1otli
.dhot the othor nikht in a yard near
the corner of Francis street. Young
Palimer says that there had 1)oen sq.)im e

tuo. _' 1i4a.u ur any ot me mar[ietas
where this fruit is sold. If they (liil
they would tell a different story. To
ship that green trash is about the
poorest piece of business judgment
that any grower could follow.
Keepl) it at home.-Editorial in New
York Packer.


There are very few cities in the
state that maintain public libraries
and Ocala is one of them. The libra-
ry was started here sixteen years ago,
and has been in continuous operation
since that time. It is over the postof-
fice. and is open during every after-
The library contains 2000 well se-
lected volumes and has some dozen
or more magazines on its tables in ad-
dition to a large number of newspa-

pers and other publications. There
were 3127 books borrowed during
1906. Membership in the library
costs $2.50 per year, and the patron
is permitted to borrow one of the
current magazines with each book ta-
ken out. For non-members the charge
for books is two cents per day.
The library is in charge of Miss
Louise E. Gamsby. and through hr
efficient service the library has be-

called ---
tponed To All Producers of Naval Store:
this is The annual convention of the Tur-
id the pentine Operators' Assoclation is
is de- hereby called to meet In the boa.d of
officers trade auditorium, Jacksonville. FaL.
resent Wednesday and Thursday. October 14
general and 15, 1908. The sessions will begin
nvesti- promptly at 10 o'clock a. m.. and 2:30
Sques- o'clock p. m.
produce This convention will be in many rw-
'e this spects the most important ever held
is al- by this association. It is recalled
many that the Turpentine Operators' A.\m>-
anting ciation was born during the dark ,ays
of 1901, when turpentine an.! rimin
1bp or- were selling below the cost of (n-|
ng. as duction, and when the operators were
is sec- disorganized so completely that th-re
e land was no united effort :! any point
action along the line The association was
rs will horn of necessity. The most pros i.r
ase in ous (lays ever known by turplntino
producers followed the organization
South of this association seven yo'ar aiun)
arefull- For reasons well known to most op
e land orators. dark days have cone uplmu 'is
holdl- again. Such a period of dtoprs.-.-nim
( d has and without specific reference to th,
canal'cause or the remedy in this official
and it call. it is sufficient to say there is a
ration remedy and the salvation of th in
dustry means that all operators trust
t. Dr. see it and heed it.
doors It is hope4l that every operator in
house, those yellow pine belt, whether he has
11 join ever been aligned with this associa-
tion or not, will attend the forthcom-
ing to ing meeting, and take active and con-
tto av- scientious part in its deliberations.
)n Vo- In unison there is strength. If oper
ators in the days of their greatest
iscuss-1 prosperity had not neglected their or-
eeting, ganization, conditions would have
lution. been different today.
o pre- We want every person who is in-.
annul terested in the naval stores inhii1. -

this one. causing the discussion. [try to attend the convention in Octo-
Mr. J. .G. Brown is having Mr. I.. Z. ber and become strongly and firmly
Burdick build a tank to furnish water I allied with this organization.
supply for his two new cottages on- The complete program will he an
Pine street in Seabreeze. nounced in due time in the columns
of the Industrial Record.

A pretty wedding took place in the
Protestant Episcopal church of the
Savior, Thirty-eighth and Chestnut
streets, when Miss Mary Frances
Doyle, of 4323 Samson street, was
married to the Rev. Charles Martin
Niles, formerly assistant rector at the
church. The ceremony was perform-
ed by the Rev. Edmund Banks Smith,
a chaplain in the United States army,
stationed at Governor's Island, a per-
sonal friend of the bridegroom. Miss
Nancy Rutledge Doyle, a sister of
the bride, served as maid of honor,
and Charles Edward Nilps, a son of
the bridegroom, was best man. There
was a brief reception at the home of
the bride, after which Mr. and Mrs.
Niles left for Vermont to spend their
honeymoon. The bride comes from an
old southern family and is the daugh-
ter of Mrs. Ida Call Womble and the
late George W. Doyle. On her moth-
er's side she is related to Edward
Rutledge. one of the signers of the




On Saturday. September 26th. the
republicans of Marion county in con-
vention assembled at Ocala. did me
the honor of nominating me for repre-
sentative to the Florida state legisla-
ture, without my knowledge or con-
sent. I herewith desire to thank them
for the honor conferred, but, as no
man can serve two masters, and
whereas I am already on the social-
ist ticket for the same office. I here-
with wish it known that I will be
pleased to receive the votes of my
many republican friends, but it must
be on a socialist ticket.
10-3-tf KARL L. HARTER.


In a paper read recently before the
French Academy of Sciences. Prof.

cUme ii Very ppuIJIt i1i.IltU1. U nltil Declaration of Independlence from Bordass said he had obtained remark-
the residents of Ocala. South Carolina, and on her father's able results by placing crystals of
Ocala will soon have a Carnegie side to the Doyles. after whom Doyles- corundlum in contact with radium for
b~rary building, as that gentleman has g, ^ y
brary building. as that gentlemn hIlas town. Bucks county. is named. Rev. ppriofls varying from thirty to sixty
signified his willingness to contribute Mr. Niles ha rcei\l a call to Pn-.days, the idea being suggested by the
$5o for the erection of a building acola. Fla., and will lave for that I fact that the glass in which, the ra-
for the purpose. This will prove a city in a few weeks.-Philadellhial dium is enclose,l takes on a bluish
very great advantage to the thi.s- Press.Itint. Thus treatetil. colorless cortun-
anIds of tourists visiting Ocala each 'I l O t
;, um became yellow like Oriental to-
year. a..> it will furnish tliom a places<, o... iA- A--iic ~ ~ -tir- ni* -
y a it will furnish them a plae THE DEADLY RATTLESNAKE BITE paz. Blue corun'lum was converted
to read and stully in quief and cPi- I
torea andwillin quit er-- into Oriental emerald, anld violet cor-
fort and will ad much to thi<'r ten-!
ral cn en.O-Sundas Ti' On Mon~lay a l',rnl)n Mr. Samnuel undunm blue sapphire. Neither heat
nion. D)yer of the R'(k Bluiff neighborhood. !not' electricity affected these artificial
U nion. ;i.L.,,r *
about fourte on miles above here. was I gems, which experts could not i.istin-
oitten by a diamond back rattlesnake :guish from those of neural orln.
OCALA COURT HOUSE while breaking corn in his field. Mr.I All of which is very scientific and
Dvor* ielihi-ghly interesting--if true.
vrS fi-h is a mile and a half fLoin
Ocala i.- sail to have on- of th, i a lf ihl interesting-i true.
most beautiful and (oml)te court Ihis ri-sionce and. although fatally
houses n the e th. ItI hurt. he proceedoedl to cult a stick antd NO COMPLAINT
houlses in the entire south. It pr,--
snts a scacular sight to te na- kill the venomnious reptile. Alzt'r kill- -
ins t h ciel a ing the snake Mr. Dyer' wont to his The attitude of the state pre-s on
tives of the city. as well as to t he I d of t .. . .
Ilhome and telephoned to this r.ace the demise of the administration pa-
stralier. The modern structurit'l h;i-
r y t n i l tfor medical assistance. Dr. E. K. per. L'Engle's Sun, reminds one of
recently Ibeen erected anl is located .., .,,, ,-. ,, ,,,,it,.,c-,, .. ,


. 'to

or ends
t'-V ope


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.L V NOlA MONDAY Mr. John L. Carney, of the Carney
I Investmeni Company, was a visitor
So ru nm K14ppur-is the Jew.- to our city Tuesday. He speaks in
a& feet ,4a^ au.tb t Pb t)oret of our enthusiastic terms of the success of
^www % w n n r-b%- clo-e,. in this company. He has alreadW order-
MoSb. di ,b this acred -is). el 17.00" crates, and expects the out-
Tow. kit. it, t. ,.i-* da. aeoriling put of the grove to exceed 20,000 box-
to rbtR#s ai 'ijon which es this season, which will be 100 per
. .imaft.ii- 'h* r.-(ir.tling angel cent. greater than last season. The
* rw l .. -tww .of s.ach one's sins trees are yet young and are just
.ow -, , t i,. tIa.ld t.--n opened reaching maturity. If the relative ra-
SH,.-, , -t4njah .r n.-w year. tio continues the crop next year will
,.i ,- s.. *hirh *ath ,h,- j,.ws-'reach more than 40.000 boxes. The
m r,' ,,* ni,,r:;rv-' a.- c,.l- Carney Investment Company have
1",. A s , ,, made it a point to graft none but the
T., ',. K.-h liishanah finest varieties, and the fruit com-
t, ,.w, ,, t.-t .!:I Tiii- imands the top prices in the markets.
,, .,, .., i. .. ., ,. f i- i Mr. Carney was literally reared in an
S,. ..* I- !'!i- orange grove, and there is no man in
VA .,, ti ; t- IFli riw ia who b. tter unler.-tzini. Tht-
S. '* .i^ u -in.,s. and it is no s r praise i)0 his
.*.. ,.= :i.,, r;. ns th.;t rh.' Carney l \? cl
'. .1. ', :-; *'tIlii:la i'. ililnd 'r his 'liir,,- ion. haI
e ,,' s'Ih a ,-henomenual sucCe-s.

S' i ..h Ir. anl Mrs. D. S. Woodlrow and
f ".< i,; .lh't r. Anni Blair. pa ss',d throniih
I , ., ,i,,ts ""Ocala Saturday aflTcrnoon en roliie( to
*,..* ), :, '.i "* .", \\'V-M.l)mnar. wh.I.rt they will s-i(-l:l n ti'
et4. '* ",* \i () < % ] \\ inter. Sinee The ' of 'he w.vek.
,...' '!,, i' : i-' \\h,,n Mrs. Woodlrow and laught'r re-
r,. .. ,!'1 t A i i t,1fT Tiurne.! from Baltimore. th-,y have
., .., .. ti : i 'i~h ')t,, ,, I ,..en the guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. E.
-r*... < ,T ; ..)it.i- rorkc i, T,.rry at Fort George. Their Ocala
S, ', ,'1,, 4ith"' Frtw'st' Ifriends will be delighted, to know that
., ,' i.t,. *,',r 'h, tat .Mrs. Woodrow and Annie Blair are
et. ,, ,,.** ..,* l* has ct'-ivery greatly improved. Mr. \Woodrow
,, .. ,.' ~ it,. (if thIhlr' turned to Ocala Mondlay.
tef- ... f-'r. .:,- a:ir .,YT eLiufln .n
.., 'at,-,*- ..i\ig bh..'n Mrs. James Ilick s 1ill. formerly ol0
,,., ,* -,,.. '4 '.a ,1a. s aa, this ciiy. spent Ti;esday in Ocala. Tl'.1
S_ guest of Mrs. Thomas Sexton. Mrs.
t i ; "-,, 0,I this Iill and( little on have been splniing
;,.* * 0m,' r'o'i- the summer at Clarkhville. Tenn.. and
view ,-',. : ,, Ti|,, Fl,,r- have recently i.lTrn ,d 10 l .ake W ir,.
,, i t 1.< if-,n, i.,' i here theyv will siend the winter. Mi-.
,, ,. : ];n : : . u ]ii j* h r i: a ch: 1 o;:ing .oin. lm I1. a '! h'
,i ,, ~~' q ,A ,!ir ',"qs, i- re~ Oeaia :tr, l2 t-,v v a 1)V. :15113'.
4 ", I ., h,.r "i1 t -. ) ,li',,. ~1'o' :io:ta lSul -

T1 1Io
* *,. *. *.rs j \\ iticht v. TO Oc 1i ; I;'*' p .l'^n a)I ;pL p K.s
** \' ; 1 ,^1 '. 31i)' ;,1 s !,- r orf~'l N t -11^. is .l c-
I ,* V-r 1 \\ 88 *.^ "*'j; -n ) Ol.i '*r* th.y r U bi-nln.!. -W*I. >
** ~ ** .i : *; *'I I !..~ria in .T '-ii1 W;; **: ti\ t ji
H. I i
S t .(.-) '.1 rie vtn s ) l't'or r c;lir 1 l"
^ ^.I l o ,n s ) Z t I i Z ; < > ) t ,n li ,) i r h s ; 1 ; <

S .. ., -.;r\ iC,. Of th sow ros!, i )r ons. MIr. I)o, i.z,
L3.-.. ,,., H. '. C. Car- i' a son of Dr- and Mrs. Dodge of thi -*

qllt *,,i 1' \" i ) 'dIc, of this city
bt%. ", il t irnthl> appointments
Otw ai*itt *iart llw'ays greetedl
Ofth lkgw-. o ,, Ifte-nwi art greatly beloved
tI .-t MTar. I no*ihtworbood.
Mr ltaf aettit Miller of the Cotton
IBst pw'tict w,, another of our out-
46ms rtiutnw Saturday. He has a
r tra rct of Crazing lands which he
f Ww v aad mays that 'possum and
w lb-w< arw is the habit of build-
ftI 9r Io tIO woods and leaving
L a5*4 as a rwMult of this fires
oie bt r* o utm and he has lost a
@W4 &-&l of ifncing. lie had notices
Vil..l sl trlIay morning warning
Vo'n. ant comn hunters to keepl) off

Mr. T. E. Pritchard of Candler waq
in Oala Saturday andi says that t'e
orange growers of his section will not
begin gathering oranges until Noveonm-
ber. The fruit will then be thorough-
ly matured and well colored. Mr.
Pritchard is the member of the dem-
ocratic executive committee for his
district, and will send his contribu-
tions to the Bryan and Kern fund
next week. All contributions must
be in by the fifteenth.
Messrs. Knight & Lang are enlarg-
ing their wagon, buggy and harness
business, having rented the store ad-
joining their place of business, which
has just been vacated by Mr. W. D.
Tompkins. This firm is doing a very

Mr V Miatkell, who left his fine business and in their new quar-
ofti,' t sm, a. 4 o'rn h Lake WVeir tears will have a b 'tter opportunity of
. nt.'tihm att, anti! went north for displaying their splenli, line of wag-
*eo tiw-t f" ,,t fii, health, is now at ons. harness. lg;.Jies, ti':p5s. whip.s.
ma<'aiir'lu in \, w York ('ity. and b a carriages. rolt,,-. etc.
frsi.- %ill 1 cla! to know that he
i rmwl, q*'. imp-i"inc. and Nvill soon be Mr. Fretd Barnot, of .laeksonvillp.
"mo "& "i*r'n h(ni," A, ,-oon as h' who has been iln this city for sonil(-
%*- I.. -ti; ;im i h.,' w- 1 will zo '!,Itime with his parents. Re(,v. and .XMr.-;.
4, w 1 v\ .b,,.to Ur- IA-k- ',1 ill A11t.ainu for several1 Springs for the benefit of his health.
* -.w j .l,'-. Barnett is a bright young Ih.-,yer.
| Itn a year a o had a nervous breal,-
M N. \ an:t Howard Cl:r-:. Down and was conpelledl to giv' up
>. ...- ,' h 0 ) K. Grocery. b--ihis nracTic. He tells to hbe aide to
,pmt. 1 :.,,l.y inl'o The ,c.irner return to his work the first of0 he
lo r ,* '. "L o i lthv'y now occu- year.
'',. i- *it ,h-ir pr'se'nt store
will .-.., a- : w:ir-h(lhols. Thte Mrs. H. A. For',! ;ln1 ,. r son. MNir.
.t I . ,,.,OT to hav a a I-,- Donat F Ford. have rv'ttiri'iri l ihotie
IfclMBS -, h. l ti,' '.'I ,v -i m' 1 ('ana ,a. whuh'Fe i hey aiv.:. 1'.,i
( n '... :';ri';, !.d. w iich.. \vii] ; I :i ti l t- 1 It t11io 1 ts Vit
.r Th.' e h realtivx ,s. Mmr. F ,orl's lauii;i'-r, Mr-.
S. -ia '-- ip ,ti. :1-.! "a' Ri 1 1 1ph T. B r()I-',,y. l(aconi. G, .. ",s)
S,',i:kt th ir1 \'x s w;x h t. ,' i ,ti ,in- th. ir s;ai in
N SA & li. "i t.l.k'" ] ,'ir 'i "I

Mrs. James Freeman, a white wo-
man, who acted in the capacity of a1F
.nurse for Mrs. W~illiam" Tucker, was. k
in town yesterday and called at the
home while in a state of inebriation *' O
and created a disturbance. Mr. Tuck-
er told her that he would not stand
for it and that she must cease her vis-w A I T
its. She became indignant, went W
down town, purchased a buggy whip f C DEPA RTM EN T
and proceeded to his place of business, CLOTHI G DEPARA T MvENT
threatening to whip him. She was in-
tercepted, by Mr. Tucker's sons and Il
prevent ed from carrying her designs hv ieadi
into effect. She then procurelahotW e have a full lineof Mens and Boy's Suits in the
gun and started in the direction of the
market when she was arrested by tho latest styles and patterns. See some of those Tan-Brown
marshal, and lwas locked up, buw was I
ftrwars I n tepye. nt Stripes with fancy cuffs, Blue Serge and Blacks, all of the
of i en dollarss aian l)]romisinfl to 'l rt
from lh .-. e.,,, . a rfo it NP
,iscov.r, I Tha I she hIl a bot lo of I latest. W e have any price suit you are looking or in
w.hiskev cof'*leedld in huir 8to~kfkin-. ( *
.vhisk \en.l,, hinb h, r o I Men's, Young Men's and Boy's. It is to your interest
1xilo:4 Vornor. '010 4,111! cm io cIt)VO(] .?/ 9
li. ,..,.:, .,, (,p,,ato see our line of Overcoats before purchasing one.
Zuzt~r. wI 81r',.'.),,d \\,,dii sda by hx
I) ):iy Shl'if'f h l.-IIo f for forgery al I -
"'." 'v "tr \V 'l. l ien s'iw the o?" "" I l A I II .-.. t3 "
(T f-r 'f' cf-''r ht0v,. Irl' r and '*.\'.s 3 S ^U RK":,>.^ B
shot in the arm. He \va)s brought TO I N | 47, .-ti
Ocala f)r m,,lieal at,,ntion, and "will GETS FURN HING S
later be carried to ( Cl'arv;i,-r for ,
.trial, to Arfe now ready for inspection- o
trial. R '! ",
-hi / P Shirts, Hosiery, Suspenders, | ,
Several crops.l of not,,l politicians I | J l ig T. V
ha v he "l.. .. \ai by 1 past i \ Neckwear, Underwear, Night /
t-.ave bet-n "aidl by' The lpist week. L' ; "S iS Roes Pajma an Bath [I '/ /*- i ^
Forake r was kicked oUT Th.-n as- Robes Pajamas and Bath
kell rs.n~ then Dilpe~nr th io pw d knw
kl resined:. hen ,pn,. th., ,1iow- V obes. The world known
dor ]in-. "v,;,s fired. A.n' the earn- -'- e a Compans
paign still goes merrilv n.-Lak I Cluett Peabody 6- Company'sk
Ci- ty x. W< Collars ard Cuffs. /
y .-\!Id ,IN )ri.-i!.'-nt has 1)o,.n .i4 H T V
leicqt an,! !i- !)i 1 .'i-k i)r(o -11-n andt : ''* B : 1
for r( STETo-i0 HATS
S. I,.. In soft for the 4youn man j;
\)a ', t -)" ir ,.-' :,rf, I 'v 1"-4
!hi- xv.'!.el ; ir *. tni' i ;iri l* a4 .1' l as the old. Also bit line '"
]* J W ,nr <> \ :, ;< *-i v i n ^ *h,. l t ; ) fI! l l ,I"', i? ,' \ \* \- -^
S| of Derbys in brown and black.
.,;,, 10 r,, *(. ] M. ;.,j"i' ". '!~ \ 1 i : \: ol)bbv line of Bov's Hats and -
'! itt 3., .:),, ,, x :,> "r),,L-l)\: sr w Hlats a d -. -
1".: te' 5', :ar. i Ty -'. >, ,'A il. i*'I *.; .*;
i -' -,. :, ,," ,a o."' i *" "" '"" "* "1 '"-"i-:' .....i I i i' t B ig li tcap sn' d B' n ^ ? y
, '"l 1, \',*' .:! :i !, ( ',, ] i' "n <>!* .',: '. : 1'i:, ;r. : "" f"'t ** 4-"' '
", *; 1' ": t VBig line of Men's and Boy's
'-'i'>:i% ]. i v lave. *5^ v *\i, f9* l
1 i hlav. Pants .. Knickercocker pants for
3N) T. F. Tiirt' n ('it,.. w".o i- FORM OeN tl-e Boys ,4 Sweaters for Men FORM FOTC--V.L
S)XV ;.a Ill.'l. (C)t!t'C .)t o tilT6e i EIHMi17-NIRF,. 1/ - ersTo r e F C ; T: . ; I C
nt hkEn and Boys ,r Strong line o1 "" .-
ise th;oi~ia't Oc;ila Tnesilay -n his and
first run. Mr. Harriion Nis l)een with ii, Trunks and Bags. i
the Pullman companA for six years.
hu! hls been running Out itrm Atlan- I
ta. an'i has just tben .ransferredl to I
Floridta. U
Moda afeno from Hague ., *er H. pi jM ASTERO CA i4
Capt. S. R. Pyles returne,1 home m I
Monday afternoon from Hague. where |J *^*** i~ -* ^F^ ^I 1
he spent Sunday wvith his daughter,
Mrs. Holstein. The pretty little a a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Holstein ac-q

companled him nome tor a visit with
her grandparents at their lovely home
near Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. Haley and daughter
of Ocala. parents and sister of the
Haley boys of our town, have taken
a lease on the newly finished Coach-

man cottage on Fort Harrison aven-
ue. north, and will arrive here very
soon to make this their homnie.-Clear-
water Press.
Mrs. A. F. Kellogg and her d(laugh-

Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter of Le-
von were visitors to Ocala Tuesday.
Mrs. Slaughter has recently returned
home from a visit of a month or more
with relatives in Kentucky and Geor-
gia. Dr. Slaughter reported that Le-
von and Oxford are preparing to have
a big ball game next week.

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig and their
little (laughter, Margaret. who have
been spending the summnier at their

Mr. Mallory Liddon, the popular
representative of the National Pack-
ing Company, who has heretofore
made his headquarters in Ocala. has
removed to Jacksonville, and will live
in this growing city in the future.-

Dr. W. H. Powers, who has been
spending the past several weeks at
Denver and La Junta, Colorado, re-
turned, home \Vedlnesday morning. Be-



Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cobb are busi-
ly engaged this w, ,.- in moving 'o Mr.
Rheinauer's house on the corner of
WVatula and South Third streets. Mr
and Mrs. Cobb and baby have h-twn
staying at the Campbell Hou-se for*
several months.

Mr. John T. Lewis,-state iii,.p, r
of convicts and Mr. Thomas I. HFiarr:s
of this city went out to Silver "pr.nir=
. tin,] r T- l ir r.. 1 r-

tr. Mr-. Jean Kellogg Austin, who pretty Lake Weir hoi;<,. r(lturned i fore -ing to Colorado, Dr. Pow'ers, noon aninn prdrms therslay a
noon and inspected h, lTe lr.-),' at
have been spending the summer In home yesterday. Mrs. Gerig and the !vith hi.s family,. spont three monilhs 1oth Iace-. They ep',ort e or\ ia
"he north and( east. have returned little girl have been at the, lake for ait Salutda, N. C. a ce or v.
home, for ill, winter. On their way seNl'al months, ;ii! M'. (;erig has -- in a vory excllnt conlition
hack home they stopped in At hint a, made frequent trips to lake \V',,'. Three wagons l)assedl Throigh St.
wherre they lft Miss .e-in Austin at Allul'-inell a f,'v days ago conainin, HIon. WV. .1. Kiuht of ('I'!- ...
the Washingtou Seminary. The bo:ti'd of county Counilissioners a party of Indiana people. They had who was a eanifliIla,> lor eTn,'..-i, r
r and the board of public' instruction, made the trip fronjm Vinslow, Indliana, in the May I)rimary. wv.a a T'I r -
Mr. E. S. Grace. an Ocala anner were in session Tuesday. Th' for- and were en route to New SIvrn to visitor to th city. He lo!s o
sii,)scrilhe from Citronelle. m i spnd the winter. They w'ere enjoy- for the wear and! ear of trl,.r -
inor to Ocala Tuesdlay. lie is an en- 1lea'ing discussions for the bl)ildling ing the trip immensely. I)aign, and is as pla(i'i aiid \. -..,
,husiastic Bryan man, and was among. of gol roasantlattrws trans- pered as over.
he first to send his dollar o the acting routine business. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wartmana re-
Rlannrs comp)aign fund. He gives a 1 hom a Cira Satur- M. ;. So. of .
IIV01 undto their home at Cit ra Satur- Mr's. H. Spo(Ionen'()f 5 iI'
21 )Od account of the Jpresent condi z~0ion M' .f iitt J i''
ood trout lo ohe oisentr coniion t.. M Raymonld B. Bullock, whose day night, returning from a visit to and Mrs. C. Sol.v. of N\. \,. -
tuo 0oo1]ok of Citlrus conlnty. "fame is constantly sprealing as a Atlanta nnd different points in North are plrominn. t arri ;at r! .. .
!.:. ",,,. .r.. i h criminal lawyer. went down to Tavar-: Carolina. Their daughter. Miss Marvy sor. Mrs. Spoon, i, ,. jI'. ,:
1 \ 1' <1. K1.1.. 1 ti e pT O~ J),0 it I I ! i ?n C.\ G' Sjoo or t w-
o .v.,,r i a h'..-oi n. w auisnitil y t1rday on an important criminal Elizabeot \V artmann. will remaili in i S )ooner. th, 'v,.ll kn.i, ,,i *r _-
~,..,, ?, -. .. Thc h i *>easo. His Ocala friends are glad that Atlanta for a short while longer, growr of sol'h Plori.l.i -"F',.. I
h c ae Th man I eis winning laurels away as well as ion.
ti TIiwIV '.'.-p ow *. ill. I I, I Hal,-y is jul-tlv proudly of rho
w ii ,. and I vix ) ,!, v. by Mr. Throw) i at h mew-. sw, st liTIle turn.,, t in thl c-itr Mr. an! Mr. ...I N -n. i--,
*-r in talking a na zwidd nin; ofy 0of hiis t ^ ^ ^ Th ma n whinh ht- e e "i e'ivt'l tyo: chil.l mox-il (. :.,
,.~~ii:a i ,); l;)v, o h s )rlS M rs. A. T. Thom as i andt chil~ .r,,n wi ,h !It- Ir0', Intl1Y rt'v,,ivt,,,! fi',o:,I ehildl n rn ov,..! '
I~ ,', ,],)n o, ,,,-T1 I I __ --i ,-Vi"I.,I , .. I. -- ( l )





IIk 1


i000 bushels Improv-

ed Florida Burt

Oats for Sale




Land Fertile and. Millions of Acr
are Now Ready For Truckers To
Begin Work On.
Last Tuesday a party consisting
Ike Shaw. JohL. Jack. James Hendr
Jr.. J. D. Hazen. H. A. Hendry and
,dlitor. shipped, aboard the "Natur;
ist.'" one of the best boats on tl
Waiver and the property of John Ja.
an.l Ike Shaw. \WV. Wer- bound f
zhe Okeecholwe country and there
where we- went
Of course it o()Ps without sav-i
heaiw e 4njoytd the run u;p th, (
i, -athatch ., aln.i then in to the- car
<'*oV-e- Fort Thoris-on.n vhtn Wev, so)
"Il into l.ak, Flhrt. aind la'.r n IB
l,.' lak., ;-:, r h\,'h t";,- ln. f-"

) ; ( ( *. t' ''I, ) )), 0 !i *' -,
*r-^, s" ...- t') o! \\ : 1* ;i; ( .,, V ii"
\V ': ....*. : :,~ : : !, :.
^ "' : *'*: :; 'l^ : *> r

*' f. W e roma-lfi- our ii-t i naoi o,
'. 7r a rand *rip. (it*, or no ";)Pl!t)I
-iin exp-HrIc-i i'_ zt-2i'....$ h..r".
G oig( l 1 up thi's. roni of iir,' iso.-t I,-au i-
itl -.l r fam:. w- reaclihel Tanti.-. in
IS ... ,Lucy- vo ntv. He re ' # i'{t-,n; th,'
,night. meeting, some of i th cit c.n'
Among them L. M. Rau lrson. who
conducts a store and! is postnimastr.
IWe were shown evt-ry attention b.l!
thi- gentleman anmi had it not been ou't
of season we certainly would have en-1
joyed a bhunt with him. We spent the!
night aboard the "Suc:'s.' Capt.I omi
Bass" steamer, which is used in tht-
flshina business on the !ak,-.
I Our trip was a grand one and fromi


What Is Going On In The Land
es the Orange and Grapefruit.

Excessive rains have ruined the
sweet potato r:'op at Lanier.
Some beans are being shippt-ed to
southern markets from McIntosh.
' Fall ve -.;alles are being received
at DeLarnl. in',st of which came fr-om
The DeLan'i orange crop for this





Merchants' Block. Ocala Law L:bra-
ry. Room 7.

sp-a.-on is esin~ate.l at between 12,l-
,,,,,, ati .,,.,,,,,, oxe. --DR. L. F. BLAL-CK
,ltot~o and 1'. ~"boxes.
The pina!i1le acr-aze around--
Punta (Gor,!a i- being increa-,bi l y h- DENTIST
,- in .';t '. ,: ^.' I,, r .'i Spanish plan:.- -,
from (Ctxanim'a-. O fce over Co: n ,-irc-c. Bank
,V.'.. ; a:' ... le w-ho on- 'li.
iv.':; t"!'- A ';'^" ;i (.Z" )vt l ii l"a D r-i.ani i .: -


iow\n .Ile~ is.nore-1
whyl vTh:evy-!l I'. no!I ;".~t thow ecrtqip-~

Al a ii it*t i1nz of t i,,-Tm ekors As--
'-ocat i(1j a, -P Ietrers''ulrg list wtek

letters were re-jad from about 25
mission houi.-,s saying they '

handle the- truck from that section on
a special commission basis.
It begins to look as if this would be.
Plant City's banner strawberry y-ear.
The crop pro.pects were never better
1-.,n at thl p,',s nt anl The man who
ha. th-e tber'.- iii. will bt. the man
who has tl, cash in his pockets later

Te to timOl. we may refer to sa a on. s ht- ::on o, "|1o i-lanl Llity
? .nie to time wxe may refer Io siinit- as!

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t Tailoring


P~e't Izpored and




I' i o'\i si.11EMAN.

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f ', I C-: Scconti floorI MunIro & C!hai!i-
b;ss l Ban:k Biiding. Ocala. Fla.
Teljdiones: Office. 154: resitienc 45.
office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m.: 2 to 4 p.
mi.: 7:34) to S:3'.) p. m.

I hereby announce myself a candi-
date for justice of the peace for dis-

corn- trict No. 1. and your support will be
woull highly appreciated.





Office Yonge Block.

occasion oftfer-s. Ibl the main tfat,:.r, ul 1tO i ULAL-A, tLUKIDA&
s l and ur A1'.0ie :1o.. 1 S:ilif.,)'.', ar- that cel- - - --
;is tho rand r .sonr(--s poss, ssl 1 0yiy A"! I "
It,,. finest lauils on ,arth (can h- fili e- : ti:::.,>:.- :-, b wi'h Th ir ^ .,j E. W DAVIS.
thor I-. I is th.- garien .-po of !m,,,- an ri' T ,have .-)t ,
uni-vers, an ar has 'r'- 1 l" lanT: any I-.a- ATTORNEY AT LAW
unXs1 nd' M -1 ), 0 wa helts arHt h-a-
igentlemnan i;;, ther- rt'niarke'.i: Tl. i .'. ir.' tilanis Gary BTock
Alihi.y h;:,l pl.y ci material nt ,, -, ) "r.'t:ishi)a!i. Cl-rvy OCALA, FLORIDA
Alinizhiv h;.-- pl-iiny (,f nia'ral ;'n~l **
i , .1 1 .h:n, i. r (**IIi'j ln 1 w. r- 'v. r -,te'. ('auli-;
hesgun wori' k oi thI I, -ors of Oif-
1tlokwr n,11;, :e, plans arte lookin- R. D. FULLER.
N oneo can bla. G o r B owG- v o adXo:OT.- I g(i cro ,'.
ar, for undele akin lo drain the .-rttile AT Kisie'-- the packing houseS DENTIT.
lands in thal favored s.c-tion. Szar |h l';iu' rpf ly to start shippi -
Ian s u fruit alhoi :'i- mi.llle of October. Over Munroe & Chambitss' Bank
i cane. sweet potatoes. cucuminer, I
beans and other truck grown i pro-While tl cr,. is somewhat short the OCALA, FLORIDA
' beans and other truck grown in pro-1
i fusion. The lands will need no fertili- frnit is umusu:-ly yfine. and the growers
i I art, loath to P~art with it at the low
I zation for generations to come. and a loath to rt wth t a he low J. E. CHACE, D. D. S.
Small they need is proper drainage. We prices at present offered by the buy- -
I wish we could tell just how it is. but ers. Not a single sale of fruit has DENTIST.
*. <* .,-,, thiebeen he-ard of though, there have been| --
we cannot do it. you must visit this -been hear of though there have been
section. several out-of-town buyers looking at Holder Block.
Of course our party had a grand the crop.-New York Produce News. OCALA. FLORIDA
Time. We got plenty of fish. squirrel. FINE F-ORIDA ORANGES
Icurlew, etc.. but as the season is not FINE FORIDE.P. GUERRANT.
I yet open we could not get any deer H
lor turkey, but we saw plenty of signs. Ca y Investment Company Has a VETERINARY SURGEON
and in season we hope again to visit Show Grove at Tampa
that country. Going up we stopped at One of th show groves of Florida Opposite Banner Office
Alva. Denaud. Labelle and other is the 2el-acr, grovw of the Carney OCALA - FLORIDA
points, and we were please to note Investment Co.. located at Lake Weir.
the air of prosperity on all sides. This company ships the celebrated
Groves look fine. and everybody is Banner brand, one of the earliest and 'c l I V ER a n of ,A Ci A
Hopeful, sweetest of F'oirda oranges. The out- I
SMessrs. Jack and Shaw. masters Of put is rapi,'ly increasing, and they
ceremonies. did everything for our en- are making every effort to acquaint
joyment. and we came hack las Sat- consumers with the superior quality of 3i .
iturday feeling ihat it \van indeed gool fruit. \h this o,.1l in view the:
to take such a trip. anld asv we came TO;conpanNy is.-niin out hanUls:o FU N E R A L
..... o.... -', ',, ov- rv :ian felt ,hat ,. .. ....-;. C .t h. IPO

1iI 'i;ll Ill .' --t' < . ..* ." ...-... . .
the inme tak.n in tThe trip ''; 's too
short, so unniti,oTlls VOTe it wa-
,idecidl,',I TO .' a~zain.-Fr; Myers


an--(--ant 'i t~frulitt osbicIWt

WV. 13. ( p irosi-lont of lthe(- con-
1'~'~ .:'l q aii x- o f lthe f ru it
IoInI- a Tythis V:ris -thet- finSt
T II T ih sb ZI IIan '. int Inc th11

\'V'dlt'I~in 1:wtrli* is ijetter Mhti-

Pt:'a' ~ p~1n ha jt~ li havv rain., *'w- the 1 tast hi'eo weeht-.
beenmor j~~t~t~fI tan ii he iI~The entipany '.%.speniding leH
t inlerivo'r country IY. L ast V ie i iii' *inh i s fruit lewforo tt he
o, 1lley Z torte! teN
Kissi~rilnee ,..a' public 8 (ditS 't~0I-8lzo h
-Thie val or has 1i-it n in The c frt om such ai.rii~-~
boshave re-sume.! Itravel trout 11 York Proj nck Ne ws.
tsilflinleto Toll po1inlts as far downias
Lah Okecol&. nd ~e1~~l e-A HEALTHY FAMILY
ivlof businCS-m haz taken nii ac-t.
"I i 'inrtofmfl4a1uietofi Our whole fandily haz Cfljov-.,j zono


Have s full :oc'k of ('Coffiun 'a.iket*
i'li Buritl O titi,. <, eial giveii tc
Burial ,,orvi-,-. }
Embalming to Order


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c E. E. (;oouilo's !as-,urt Go\ ('.-
eritor IB'x''.'trI ,hzis a o o f -: '

All- (ood'l~o~s tf.ce ha-. In i: "IadI v
C.-t iUU ,hi#' and jT i1-4 l)-.
'a t the ) p I'!t. i T~t V Ot i' T t
ible Cri-noe 'vii b',. cauiii I and rma, tb

Stands Uike a Stone Wal

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Buy your new fence for years to come. Get the big, heavy wires, the
hinge joint, the good galvanizing, the exactly proportioned quality of steel
that is not too hard nor too soft.
We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its merits and
superiority, not only in the roll but in the field. Come and seo us and g"et
our prices.


H. B. CLARKSON. Manager


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Is to make this institution a material
benefit to the community, and an ad-
vantage to every man and woman-to
you in particular.
We offer every facility consistent
with conservative banking. It is our
business to accommodate the people.
\:"We invite you to Join our growing
:' list of satisfied customers.


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We will after October 1st be prepared to ship OYSTER8 by
the barrel or gallon. The famous Crystal River Oysters need no
comment. All orders receive prompt attention. Address the


Phone Connection

Crytul RIver, FaI

The Breakers by the Sea
Will be opened June 1, under the management of I. M. MABBETTI.
The house will be conducted on a higher plan, than ever before,
thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms single or en suite,
with or without private batbs. Fine fishing and the best surf batb-
ing in the world.
Sea FooJ a Specialty. A Trial Solicited.
Rates. $1 per day and upward, according to location of rooms.

Rollins College
I' le--., AcL1.-n m and ,,! dS* *,f M1usIc, Expression. Fine Arts. )Domeg-.
-,'" anl lnl,:- trial Art- ant B3Uisine- ,.
r:;.., l;:!H and thiri ""t:,on's .i-r mitory now going up; electric lights.
:'.'ani .u. ;'1'unav,?' ha. Ia;-z.-- faeul'y; perfect health conlitton. ne gym-
naziun., at, fl.lil t-nn *,,:,rts. oif links: baseball and basket baS
teains. (clarnp>rL ^f F! ri.i ti" y-ar. Nearly a quarter of a million dollar
-nl',wmznt. exp-1ries nd-ri1': s-'1, arships available Chri-lan. but undle
n,),ninati,,na!: stand., f.)- r



Next e.-s: n bgir.n October 7. F.'r


catalogues addr-:.3s the President.
D. Winter Park, Florida.

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1 or Pr ., t-- Alot,1% to


IM 's higher EducatioQuQI Instituations.

shtd flueM

Grs~sville. Florida.

A b4964ucl' ib Intitu
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M~IS a

The State College for Wom)en

(Florida Female College.)
Tallahassee, Florida.

A College for Women, without a
lots for young parallel in the south, embracing a
"dentific En- College of Liberal Arts; a Normal
School; a School of Industrial Arts; a
'e1d P daUogl- School of Fine Arts offering instiuc
:ions in drawing, painting, piano, rApe
qu p|'d, jab- organ, violin, voice culture, elocution
-?ritioPn. t oth and physical culture.
Sart.fl S1- Forty Florida counties and sever
states represented in the enrollment
,. ? gbh moral a.-t season. Fine new dormitory with
rooms for one hundred and sixty girls
S 'lo; "'a Til- jli:-T completed. Plans for oth-er ex
\ ', I or t*-ui e improvements are already
~* I ii4.i. For further information or cat
avoi'ctle, write te

I'r-sitlc at.




E a rtv H :ttr than ever prepared to furnish the
,I r tpk l ofthis part of Florida with High Grade
.rwt-lrvy of All Kinds. Our line of Sterling
" lvrrwar Cut Glass Novelties, Gold Lockets, Brace-
klet. Ringo. Etc., it% large and varied, and must be
* en to hI appreciated. Then our
w also in shape to give the best of service on short
atIcv None hut experts handle your work when it
t left with us. Give us a trial if we are not already
Wvt1% you.

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Jacksonville, Fla.

MeMillan Bros.

Southern Copper Works

Manufacturers of Turpentine S11ll-
and General Metal Workers.

S4d $tilis taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
tlrough the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
w43 will r folk'ing works -



SA few days ago the Tribune com- Not many cities can claim a more: M I
mented editorially on the several convenient and useful buiiiling than' I l l
anwendments to the state constitution, Ocala, in naming the Holler block.
:o )e voted on at tte general election A three-story structure making up al- F!URNITURE
in November. It was stated that tt,.ese most half a square in two directions. ____
amendmn(ients are in danger of defeat On the front side of the buiiiin-. at
at the polls, due to the disinclination the main entrance is located b E AEEi-H
of the people to further tinker with reau of the Florida Timnvs-l'nion, per-Ho use. Furnishing s
L the organic law. Nevertheless, ir is haps more commonly known as Floi-useur n d sings
Sto be hop-d that this disinclination idea's great daily. There the stranger q
,will nor militate against the ratifica- can obtain any information reiative BeBe Roomr S 'uits
lkion of at least three of the a:uend- to the news and the city in general.
In Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye
ments-two affecting the judiciary, oven tht tov:n's people of;entinels Mseek- B
and on' providing for the suppo:t of certain knowledge tha clan only be Maple and Oak.
i Florida's principal institutions of obtainede d through a burt-e of ;lris ia- Mission FuFrnitur
learning. 'ture.
ldIl zlI the different finishes
In regal to the two amn In n, On passing into the building one is
t r'i irst in,-lid, it is difficult to cot- ('oirOnt.l iby a large ; , valor adl
a c,,ive. P-s, -ril.. ,,ounis I,,r :iwa-on,:-. ,.i ,,,.,,,p, ,, C ,I.,.I.. In All Kinds of Bed and Table Li
, i, nl. One, o,. ibI:,so x1-.!;. ill !ho im +(tt ,! ,.,r:, lt :tr iI, h
* 1ism. an d ti. S vs' i flit l-i- !oa.tls *oif )1 o lwv'rs i i and Upholste
- ldti< 1 ii e' ;:uv>;'r o" fixi.ii ; (lie s:ill ri*'. , o 1 a i,', e-st 'tl.--i:., .- s ,ItI'-
i'l Alaron. lo(lltY.Ti"r II H ate s, RanLe
S :t j,,,.,-i .. ;I5,' o,;l r =,+v's+' ih'. lf-+isl; -; ifri. s in M1ario)l c'otiiitv. t'i;'i-r' ;,*"* ;F4 j 3& 4 r s<& r w
r, ? t!? :, ,, vil,-g, oflt crl'a(' ;niilii l'ii- li ',ii' i l \y (i ill. Ii. ', w a' k.s ()I li'' t ht
lt olI '.irI,,,f I U-t, ,tate Pi( rur,
;il j ic'i;+i c'il'.'lii s ,v i.-i s ,, ." r tli, ;,t ,v 'a i n:to ( ) ill 1th , .I! toI I tI, 'lirft n '1 1 w l t r
'1,,, ii.''i ,.l !.'(, s.. '.,ry. T'h .r,, t ;n H lc. hrai s ajiw l )rol't'ssioii .- ;li;, it '.,\ e tlirit M' nlin 4s.
,Of 1'i s4ii ii I i. ofrailiv of Oins i, t ,his builiij,,. l!i aiio< l Farm and Turpentine Wagons,
[i,,,.,.,.o,,,.,,it,,; ,i,,,+,. inro ii,, s in' Th<> :!,,,t (,o the i,'iil~lit)u ,!;,.*,.* atr- stprl"1 !~ U p "C J d U
I !* t". C* ''! ( :* ...'. 1,f ,: '" &'fl*t l .t :,. i i ;1 .I < ,* ~ f; !Fx' sa!', of t e he.: \wa' ,
Til,' ,'gisl]atiir' p t','rib. ., .h J b.,J. bbiyinig look a: ti' ir LUv And carry t'!,, very )est lint. of II
ary t (- !o he pail d to fli, (o,'\-Iior and infl s,- in gen ra;1l withl04 ,'..i a'omg
ixnl r.' of his cailinlt-ill f;ec, Ti.!, io a llother i r op a i!.:perilih-dto im-t. t1,ghnu""n- xi.-""1
,.gislatuiro is lMr'mitth.+l to nani,, t5l:.<'a traveling maian inis :n Q[i,11ain g Hair. Latl.
teim itil r'a' iou of \,,ry salairiedl (H i i; leaves it witiIllot ti; .nL. l,:-i- .
wih li jioieal. A'Myaterial
,,, ,lio st.att, ,xc,,, ,t lis, c.,i,,, c, >,l ,-1s. i, s ,,, pl; ,, this illlin tk ote
u with Ihe- ji;,!iciary. ',hy siol nt j For- a long ti a, i a ;It ,ti li lI- \Vhit-. Lead, Vzt
the l'' islatur,,I )i.' ,hilpowered, to '.- jing was used in theo (cap i f .111 or- )Vnai P pe-r. Ala )a.-tine ai
scribe the pay of juldges? In ;lihe a- e'a ilolse, intil ihe ofi('-.s \ . so . .
L0r; give us a trial. B,\iWe wil!
rinons circuits o l the, sTa.t, th1 re sh mll generally sough: af-ier t!;(i Mr. t loI- l
b- some distinciion 1 twween the pay dter was adivis.,I to altir ti.e, interior MoI
of ilht- juldlg vote their whole tinme to the cases j 1(Ch nlleed('l(d dlImunl for offices. Now
arising in their districts and those that ili Florida Times-l !iion ii;:1 ta- O a House
who are occupied only a portion of ken tl-v main entrance. -pac.t 'o t, O c e
hlir time. Some of the judges in used as a lbireau the (it: jO.Is p)ooud
This state have much more to lo than for that fact that (conivenienei, is ailnl
others, and their pay should be in- has always been sought aft iln the w,'l I -- TRY
creased or graded accordingly, over.
The second amendment is of even Ocala not only feels jutisily jroIti of I EI
more importance. The Tamnipa circuit !her wonde-rful resources andl rapil H IL
is an example. Any member of th-1 strides se hias Imade within the i ast O L -
Tampa bar, who has practiced Lere few years, but of her bl'.autiful ihoni.,u
for a sufficient length of time. will that adorn the city lriveways and av-
hear out the assertion tbat the able enutes in every direction. So.e re-
judge of this circuit does wore chami- sent a spectacular appearance to the
Sl)hers work (which is the real work ai visitor viid it is not itmcomnion to
circuit judge is called upon to per- hear the re(mark that slh.. ias some of
form in any average week oft the the finest homes in il.hre:,. In f;t Put up 4
year. in til s)rouih county alone, there has blteen much talk 1,iiv TO. o.

than thei judge of the circuit fifteen
or twenty years ago hadl to perform
in the, entire circuit in a minonli. \Why
should the judge he t'xpec'IeIl to
await the tedious and uncertain pro-
cess of amending the constitution in
order to obtain relief? \VWhiy should
not the legislature have the power, in
its wisdom, to create additional cir-
cuits whenever the growth of the
state demands? Duval and Hillsbor-
ough counties have enough litigation,
at present, to keep a circuit court or-
ganization for each of them alone.
It may seem incredible, but it is
nevertheless the fact, that Judge Jo-
seph B. Wall, of this circuit, is com-
pelled to work at least half the day
every Sunday and until 9 or 10 o'clock
every night half of every week, to
keep his chambers work from falling
behind. And, what is of vastly more
importance to litigants, he has not the
time to give the different questions
arising before him half the investiga-
tion and consideration they ought to

that pass in an d out of the city aimo;i
the beautiful holsests aniil ipalatial
homes that materially -o to miak,' up
the appearance and a(li toO ht nliit-
ness of the city.
Among many of tl-e hoe-s referredl
to is the new house recirlyv complet-
edl by ('ol W. N. Camp. which stands
in the front ranks. This magnificent
home during its course of construc-
tion attracted the eyes of the build-
ing world and architects who looked
upon it with glaAdness and with the
feeling of thought that beauty is ever
a source of respect to any communi-
ty. While the style of mechanism and
architecture can hardly be surpassed
in beauty and form one must not
overlook the fact of the scenic and
garden-like surroundings on every
side as far as the naked eye can see.
The shading trees, flower gardens and
handsomely carved lawns blend in
perfect unison to the home itself.-
Tuesday's Times-Union.

haave. in order to prevent guessing WHY COLDS ARE DANGEROUS HA
what the appellate court will do in I Because you, av ot |-el |orl /G oHOGA N
any given case. I Because you lav, cotracted old:- V
an i ca. -inary colds and recovered from theii 4
It is clearly the duty of the voters without treatment of -ny kind. io n of the state to further facilitate the' for a moment imagine that colIs are ALA LA
judiciary by permitting the legisla- not dangerous. Everyone knows that ...
ture not only to make increases of pneumonia and chronic catarrh have r
rrea t their origin in a common col~l. (Con- There is not a more complete liquor store in Florida than ,,,ri.
salary where increased duties warrant sumption is not caused hy a cold. hut and the excellent facilities for handling mail ,orders puts, u in 1
it. but to create additional circuits in the cold prepares the system for the position to give our customers prompt attention. Our cases where the volume of litigation I reception and development of the tsists of everything in the line of
exceeds the capacity of the circuit r'n s that would not otherwise have; ..... ------.---- --
etooud lodgment. It is the same with, HI6H eRDE WINES, L B I T
judge. Although the amendment of all infectious diseases. Diphtheria,.
jud~~~eo Atohthaedmnof | ^\^ Z\ HIGH GR(1DE WINES, LIQUORS, BEEIIS. CIGARS, ETC.
the constitution is. at least, a ticklish scarlet fever, measles and whooping IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC.
lhsinoss, there can l)be no doubt of cough are much more likely to be I RT A DOMESTIC.
|the advi-salbilit y of adopting the iwo contracted when the child has a cold.
0 You will see from this that more real
ainen'lmniuts here, cited and favored.,danger lurks in a cold thin in any/T r
A capable and coinpeten, judiciary is other of the common ailmnients. The Three Flowers Rye
Ilhe sIli!'t's s;tft'ua;i oto (any state: and i easiestt and1 quickest wNay to curere a
in l1'iouia. where t~ jili< l ji.^s are (eve-oi Reiyois Thake Chanrberlain's eouzh i-s
1cd i t ,, r Re mol- Take Cn arable cain s; ( This sla i very high grade of goods an(
woui-e... hthere is ,ii.nter of nlect effcted by,, this preparationn hive
of vital it.s-ions nll' are ,,'.i:iplP, 2. !l, shatll. 1)o.- a large part of the word. For sale i CAN NOT RF I1DI1 aTrn


Parlor Suits
In Leather, Upholstered and iw-
Dining Room Suits
of all kinds--Mohogany and Oak

China and Crockery
Complete tine-Dinner Sets ao
Odd Pieces

nens, Lace C.urtains. P .r'i:rs
ring Goods
s, Cook Stoves
f ;' :n ; 'i 'ij r: f ,'ri ri e F'
F',lit r .,'- ,r

Buggies, Harness and Saddli
% !> trA -t. & : ,' .-' i it ttk rl '
i 4ii (;'aj,.lf, B!i.;;" an+ irr .,' ,-

Roof)in r
Roofin ,

Paints ar)d

fiti he it lrund o-r aitodd ndwtis j.. *4
fret& Msokav.






full Qts



in Fancy Cartoons

Delivered at your

Express Office

For 3.20

Regular $1.00 a Quart Whiskey; w ite foi
complete Price list.


Ocala House Wine




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To the EdIitorOcl Bann'-':
LatTut-7,1ay. h:> i. hPe!- court,
hwise. I over ewird a cfonvov-za! i' 'niln
Which the q'i*-iwj f lhol~ing a (hlfl- i
Iy fair wa'- l-ii4~z ~jc-ean.v
xvas thou sutae.! that the ci' iz.-n- of
Marion (-w"'ITy ;vtro so lackinir :. .
tetic laud !c,,.owi,
~.*8i+'I fe~-1 fr 'ni !"1-;r j.-71, j !'v~: i 'T
they 5() a'.kiso in -',.i or ioc'

F n! i, ift i iiltv11t1,- rou.-ui from

lo av fr whm t ui're thc-. !: )
If -,his i- ru, i' ;;hoxv-z ia it--llor .1
s~ale of z-ffairz in a co-n-y t1,-w vi;.j!.'
to bePatrIt4il'! It 'i:foe
1'.~to Outl who is --faiiliir xWr h 1thel
erest zoo-l acconiulishe'! by- he-. an-
I u1al oxhjhlTion- in oWhtr ta.s I am
writing for information l&te~re ro,,1-aT-!
Iing itw above- c~ 'nvt-r-zvi on to other~.;
I (tdo not ,.siet,.. -,n he t:(oO
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XWifthin roc'int years ctiunty fairly
IIhavt- beeomt e' ~populJar inl(.'or,,ia_
zuiA -X, lata.rlv have !beeu anhl are

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of Florida.
.am, W (',i,,:'t. Sparr. .... 1...0 o lr a
Jn NN'. c Span... ... 1.50 For attorney general of the state
John B. MzilioEy. Sliarr. ..... 2.50
a o Florida.
'W a li,-r I u Y :. S p a m .. . . . 2. 5 O,
n Lu an. Sparr.......2.5 For comptrolltr of the state of
-T..lmh. W. I 0uf an. Sparr ...... 2. 5
; .-. . . .,, For treai-ur'r of the si. oe of Flor-
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r, -.z .F Frr s iusl wrintenIentr of public in-
T R! r c'ion of th state of Flori'a.
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,t. ate of Flo-ida.
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tm. ~rdo( ublc ll~t~con iIn I Total ...... ... ...........61. 9
MW fw Varfmm count v, Florida. Met Diabur.s.d d during mon th ......
a" tb#. CEti, "Yof October. 19,-S. In

sh&rain M.'R"x&Bitch and J.S.teran- Balance in treasury .......$I5
H RB~th ad J S.Gra-1 The treasurer's ri-port for the spe~-
9Mm .r... cial districts was approved. showing:,
Ubb t~Iatulflfet ug wpr- rT-.ali the following balances:
SM4 asoB'rls"*'. Ocala, 3.~:NMcintosh. S1.45;
T'he 61'.i:'rbi~l Rehoo; was cran~etdiBellfveyjw.$299-1ol; Fant~vi'lle. $2.41:
gim* -,trod and nmato-rial for re-, !)unnellon. $2.7",; Redolick. 5r.: Pine:
L~pv#i. $232.216: Mavvill,. $2.95: 'Weir.

s w rVpatY'll Arn $ Vol' "27- lu ek Pond. $ 2 73
Akm. kRr~ant aetviol va..; a;-S .rr. S$1,!.494. Candler. $227.5-: Fel-
4 Sit, mcwt, (Cm uldition lto Lz.OU-. v)Z9Ws h ip. S $s.c4,,, Ele~ctra. s-, .29: 1
Tbf vilokro.i in a n'oighhor-'IBitchton. $124.46: Martel. S f4.:
6ireds-1 t-,ut tbr#4 rmilswest of Bel.W.-:F` ing. $114. C;(apub-,. $1,'3.2:
%bv &agin R ia.- &plieatiem for ti,-.!.nd e 111'..7-2: Cotton Plant. $';I.).
~aa~l.h to' aint a sphool1 elaiV: .)'3iIy- Lak4-. $1::Oak Hill.
t-' t. ,Ladt fitt'vsch&,irs a,..i A~:Mrls luff$1. ~:Fair!~', .
`o11 i ie.1, i~olsoand f'riTyI':-i.. 1 $.7.:747, C T' H i. (-ja!;:;
9 to* i lo.t 4 011A i.; furnish te cp f t '.r'.Si' ...:i I:

4. ..'.~ t1I iM1 Ctj'T iIf thj.' latr~pt.n !4 $ .' .!4 Total A2: .cY 1.
01.' "~T~~Or(t' Tilt- 1')ar'I a ijfurniie.iT(; fl.? 'on
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Ocala Banner.... ..... .....$ 5.00 i
George MacKay............ 5.00!
R. A. Burfor,'.... ... .... 3.001
W m. Hocker ..... ........ 2.0)'
E. P. Thagard...... ...... 1.00j!
E. L. Parr ... .... ... ... .. 1.00:
Baxter Cam ... ... ... ..... 1.00.
S. H. Martin..... ......... .0
J. G. Ferguson... ... ....... .160
G. A. Nash.... ... ... :.. ... 1.0
Geo. C. Pasteur.... ........ 1.0)0
T. W Troxler... ... ... ... 1.00
J. J. Gerig............... .. 1.09
W. P. Edwarls. ........... 1.)0 nv t o
Joseph Bell........... ... 1.00 Invites you I
T. E. Pasteur ... ... ... ..... l.0
C. C. Carroll... .... ....... ..i0 fo
\V. W. Cl.yat. o.. .
Asher Frank ............... 1.00
Henry Sistrui.k ... .. ........ 1.00
A. J. Briganc-..... ......... ..1'" A N h
C. H. Lloyd......... ..... 100 All the New Sh
L. P. Miller... ............ ...."'
J. P. PLillips....... ... ... .. .
Free TraIr. ........ ........ .0
.1. C. Bozer. .. ... ......... .1."0
.1. M. Tivon ............ .. .. 1..0 S
Henry Gorlon....... ........ ., 120 School Suits
L. N Gr n .................. l.'"'
C. L. Bit:,ri .... ... .....1 job lot, 1
Dr. Dan Morg-n Smiri ...... 1.",,
Mr. Dan Morgan Smith .. 1. 1)
L. F. BallaIr,... ............. 1.00
. H a .. ... ..... For M en we hav
B. H. h.................... 1.(,:
J. P. Galloway-................. 1-")0' ular !50
.ular price 50
iW ill. T (,a .*v ... ... ... ... .. 1.00 !
SJ. H. Brinsoi............... 1.0 i
W H. Clark. Ji .. ... ... ..1.0
V H. Cark Sr......... ..... l"0-
C(a;pt. XV. L. D:t'o......... 1."Oy S c o
Thio-. A Ptr* *)"....... ..... i
.Alfre.d Av-r............ .. .'
R R. CR ll. ........... l.#'"
'.h' .. ...... ..... ... I., Lead Pencils for ..
S!.. ... ....... .....I Pencil Tablets for...
.I..' .............. .. ,Is, Pen Holders for ....
J .) -m <;.**- i n .. .. . . . I -- .
V. C ....... .1Best Writing Paper. 6
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"M-'.. A tk in -i ';. I .1 r'in ..........."1 *
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I... B o;,t-:. R .R i ll.viw... ..... .1.
A B. R'iu. R Hick.. .. .... ... ",i

i. A. X"ttann Citra.Rik ........ 1.'"
E. I. \artnann. Cirra........ .1.r',
KT. In. Sn .u s. Citra............ 1.0" F r a n

IA. .1. Doui;:a-. Cirra....... ... ..1.0' '3 I
'R. K. \War':" :ran. Cirra ....... 1.00:^1
I Stejtht n Tow:vsond. Citra..... 1.00
R. C. Dougla s. CiTra........ l.0
J. T i .,. r': tra. . . ... l >01.
W*.1 (';'o.-,v Citra .......... l...if"
Frai~l: D. Hox.r1. Citra....... 1.0.o gressional district of Florida. in the]
Dr. M. M. COnnor. Cirra....... ..... Sixty-first Congress of the United
\V. E. Aller.. Mlclntosh ........ !.. 0 States.
S. H. Gaits1.il1. MClnroshh...... 1.0.. For governor of the state of Florida.
L. T. Hicksou. Mclntosh...... l..i For secretary of state of the state

Best Ink. per Bottle............ .4c
School Crayons, per box.........11c
25 Envelopes for........... . 3c
Official Envelopes, per pkg.......5c
Large Examination Pads.. ..... 5c

all School Supplies, and special prices

o all School Teachers.


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A special meeting of the stockhold-
ers of the Mutual Mining Co.. will be
held at the office of the company at
Ocala. Fla.. on Monday, the 5th day
of October. A. D. 19"S, ar 11 o'clock
a. mn., for the purpose of voting on
the following propositions-., viz:
To increa-e the capital stock of the
sai,1d company v fr.p.i $2 .,".': to
$4-,i.,,,,i,., i, an I TO amn -ndl Ariicle III
)f iTs (charer a'cornIina-y.
To) inc('oasf r h a'm.rO':,' -,'f in lebt-
,,,In -s- c;r I: ii: ,4 .. .'id com -
l n.;; v .--.ial! at v::v "L't, <*,1'(-': it-elf
1 $724 ? 4.', 44.... .. :. $ '.... '" "'" 311 : to
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Of Proposed Amendmncnt of Charter
of Mutual Mining Company
Notice is hereby given that the Mu-
tual Mining Company, a corporation
organized and existing under and by
virtue of the laws of the state of
Florida, pursuant to resolutions of Its
stockholders, intends to apply to the
governor of the state of Florida on
the ninth day of November. A. D. 1908,
at Tallahassee. Floridla. to amenl its
cha:'rter as fellows:
Article, III, which now roads as fol-
"TIy a -.,ur* of rh, capital
:')clk a:litii-i" h t by rhe corpora-
S '.., wi! I,-"*,r ,, Hunlr-eu Thouis-
S .ti iol ir,'- ,tivizie. int,) two
Tho::.-ni. s':Lar-.s of the iar value
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to see their Grand Display

New Fall Goods.

ades in the popular Susine Silks at

45 cents per yard.

i for Boys, worth $2.50 to $4.00, a

pricess $1.50 and $1.75 a suit.

re 25 dozen Black Sateen Shirts, reg-

Cents, our price only 35 cents each.

ol Caps for Only 10 Cents,

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(4W 4Sm fr the Ocal Banner.)
9Wald May paas Ia mocking splen-
adH coldly scorn, or mockingly dis-__
W m-tterm it. so long aa you and I dm-
tr share life's lotses and its O -
gain? a}j^ '
Dew"ei ourselves the world's opin- d.-
ion. dear. w
le lttle worth, provided all is right _
Within the heart, and ever fair and
clear. -
Truth' beacon shines with steady. S
radiant light. m
MNo nat can julg'- another's deed. or d-
7Tb thotighg. perr'hanee. That gave
'h. acti(,n birth;
M ail]l -.' c,,mimn on,. blin,!1y, Thus.
and throw
Th, -r'ialsl-T stain upon ,mrn brot) h-
,.rr! worth?
pt -"'-n (u-,.vlvf-s the world is oftpni'ii




Aw: Innocence is slain, while Guilt
rides by;
Ahb' l.ifes a puzzle: love's a sal .
sweet song:
W hold the clue and key-note. you d
ad I. LOVER. ___

The Postoffice
IS THIS Drug Store Will A
A Give You Your A be
CtTAOC Money Back if MIl- d
UkAL? o NA Does Not _-
D.AL Cure Dypepsia. ^^-
T1at's the squarest kind of a square do
daL as every fair minded man knows. .-
Bat the Poto Drug Store can WH N N N OF
@imd to make this offer because they 1IEN l NE O F
bw that Mi-o-na tablets are a wor- d,-
y stomach remedy, and that the ma- ^o
hnTu will back up the generous offer. l-1
Lad so we ay to all the readers of o|
te Ocala Banner suffering or ailing |.-
Vtt aMy stomach trouble, try Mi-o- -
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ftl influenCe on the stomach that it oIR
Immediately refreshes and relieves. -
te tuarigorates and cures.
It strengthens the stomach wal!s. TO SEND ALL YOUR ORDERS
puts the stomach In such perfect con- REMEMBER TO SEND ALL YO
edition that it can digest food without .-
Psd or otherwise distressing symp- ^
toMs. It cures by removing the cause ao
d it removes the cause 96 times in
A large box of Mi-o-na tablets n nlyR
eost 50 cents, and relief will come
ft 24 hours.
bMIo-na tablets are truly great
w anyone that has stomach trouble
I cannot praise them too highly for
wt they have done for me. '-Mrs. -
W. D. Bl[nett, Bucksport., Me.

(Written for the Ocala Banner.) d~
Bangt._ ao mthen sweet andnfer;): WHOLESALE GROCERS, OCALA, FLORIDA

L by le iaf the roes fall, ME
a maiden sweet and fai r; SO-.
A3 my heart was held in thrall _
By that maid with golden hair. P
Omp by drop the stream runs dry,
Awemly floats upon the breeze;
oly am nthe zephyrs sigh.
As the night wind through the trees.
Words that fill my heart with woe:
W ile the bitter tear drops fall,
ag1,hing for -tbe long ago.-
Oummer's roess droop and die,
lake my heart that lieth dead. ___
And clouds obscure life's lowering sky AENT FO
Where hope of brighter days has -A E TFO

FrmRome rode a henchman stout ___
In alarm. :
M~d some folks were coming out
To the farm.






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