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 16, 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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Capt. John Young, superintendent
of construction of the federal build-
ing in This r-ity. has been advised by
th- sup;-rvising architect of the treas-
*ury a-'Washington, D. C., of the
award of4 an additional contract to
('h;,ri. Iof-rz & Son of Grand Rap-
' :,Ii.'h. for bpttermnents for thl
-'.>,verni-n, building in Ocaia as fol-
Ti .t r',f in lieu of slate.
:-u'.L >id main -nrrance as de-
'. rnin. i ;h- original drawings.
. .^ Tr i:'on gat., a.-s originally
;~-o in-L;^ i

T, .'t- of limp or sand stone, first
1,, -," l,,. floor, i lieu of pressed
'^rick facing. toZether with all ap-
ro.i : s-i. :.l:-v.;lks. curbings, etc.
.h i.:.,o)i!t ailowwe, tor rhese bet-
ter- ^ n:" is ";C. ;! "'.
t e "-,n! :s .
it -l'.-1 r, rpiernbered that when
the ap;r r:'ir1ion was cut down some
of these itemni That have now been
restored uee* taken "rom the origi-
nrJ plans. A ::urn of $110.1"1,0 has been
s,-t aside for bs' the grounds.

L a_ 1nd P01Col. A. L. Eichelberger, who has YOUNG MAN STARVES TO DEATH
been spending the F;;.-t severJl
1V MS Jesie Dum spent last week months in Tampa, i.- in 0,a:1i. La:t ri The Times-'nion ot Thursdlay co..-
3.'n wit her father. on he expects to join Mrs. E'chelber- taiiis a pathetic account of a young
ger and the children in Atlanta. i man from Silver Springs who starvedl
Mr MW Mrs. Ben E. Raysor spent to death while attempting to tramp
MrMary Sm the city with relatives. Mrs. Eaton Lindner and children to tlat cily. The young man was a
have returned to their hoin- at An- Swede, named Peter Anderson. Being
tIs eits or lever? Ptanas Chill thony, Fla.. after visiting Mrs. T. E. unacquainted with the country, he
*rIs 1 tnml to cure. m 25c. x Harris on Patter-on stre,-t.-Valdos- got into a scrub, remove from farm
SP n a prominent Mcntosh ta Notes inr Atlanta Georgian. houses, where he wandered for some
t*P betn. a prominent McIntosh av.H bome ergunad
pr'-ts. was in Ocala Tuesday. lay-s. He became very gaunt and
Mrs. John H. Taylor. who, since emaciated before he obtained succor.
.1 K 'hristian of Mclntosh Iher visit in North Carolina. has s.,eni He- received no relief until he finally
several w',ks with, relatives in At-' rta(hed .h'cksonville. and was then
apm, Mor.&A~ an!1 Tuesday in Ocni. ,
g o i riat busin ess. i anra. r:tirned ho:ire S;rurday atier- oo .rjr zone to recover. When food
t f~oamt bnufinus.I
Slnoon. -. a giv ni hint he ate ravenously, but
V Mariu, V.,\Bzr,,,. VanN ss xxs Th a, tracu:\, fome, Dr. an,* ____,__
a a. kne' .1 toan visitoriDr.R .
a ,so two vii'," i oftown visitor t'iR. D. F-iler on S,,uh Third ,'"' ",*,-,!'.:. being fr,-,hened ith : (oat of )i'. n',____

-, .1 : ,,T l:.r'n 2.r.,! Mr. an Mrs. as is also the resi ricn. occupi,4 iy .Jar :arv..v v-'ith-rsnoon Phillip)s.
J0 i0 Arlu a,. sp, n,!ing e days Mr. N. I. CoTtjb anI family. "', r n :-;' .'-d recently in
at lIake \A il,. 2' tho charge of
I .r. i 'rank i.t. ,lnl .i'I. P. - r'-'- .l pensaco'a on
, h a ,, ,t
% O ,,rr.- W \W s1.rlinz. of Irvine. B1, t ha, :-h ai! i '.- .v nor in clitody of
on of r o t .t known cantaloupe pwr a : ... :- 13* :Y V P't. immediately
-~'.-~ hi~ uf~d~-. .s a So*-:f-,-. -. B' 'At~rie' M;
r ef. -was n his city Tuesd.y. ". s a s - B .r: n: i.l in 1, s'nim of .5,iu for
re____ foan. nillV" (o9 T1 ( "",f n to
-- *, "..-. r ce Astomorrow afternoon
r Vane Weathers and Miss. I- or a preliminary hearing. Pl.illips.
fia Hrrison of York were in w o. i. N. W nh,-rs Lai .- ii,,ho, i- alleged to have emb-zzled
f T'w-lty. -hopping. 'ia P 1 xv tt t funds from an Indiana firm, claims ient of the state governili1nt', "a h s In" fim car .
-- ma t he IS nilrocent of the charge.

SM Alfroi A,'-er went up to MNcn- Pased turouga ucala Mondlay
Sftuay afteoon for a short.,rou:e to Talahassee.
Wl M-". "R. t;. Blake can.e home
OfMrs Charles Culbreath and little Citra Monday and returned to
&4btser hbae returned home from place Tuesday afternoon. She
vtrit to Mrm Culbreath's sister. Mrs. I;e there until after Miss WVartm
L A Gray. at Havana, Fla. marriage to Mr. Eugene Cox
--- Monday night.
Mr and Mrs. Claude Nelson are
| mw making tbeir home with Mr. Nel- Mr. F. M. Townsend of Martin
ots sister. Mrs. M. C. Looney, on a visitor to .our city Tuesday.
fMith Third street. slipped a one-do!lar bill into

Mer-. Knight & Lang have just
gwt**d Aa handsome new automobile
-* motor buggy-which they will
K- Male here.

Mrs. Thomas K. Slaughter and
SMrs Jack Renti. of Levon, were in
o0*M Tueoday on a shopping expe-

Mr Claude Ansley. of Brooksville.
a brother of Mrs. Sanford Jewett. of
to rity. was in Ocala Tusday on

Mrs. John s Pedrick and daughter
Swot dow to Dumnelokm Tuesday af-
mia kvtfg been called there on
-t of the lines of Mr. Pedrick.


i was

hands and said he hoped it would
help along Bryan and Kern's elec-

Mr. Edwin Spencer of Ocala has
sent his son. Edwin Spencer. Jr.. for
a course in the college of liberal arts.
Mr. Spencer is a ministerial student.
-Stetson University Notes in Times-

Sheriff John P. Galloway came up
Thursday from Inverness. where he
went to capture a negro who commit-
ted a murder at Levon several years
ago. He was successful and came
back with his man.

Miss Corinne Williams, who is mak-
ing her home this winter with her
brother, Mr. 0. P. Williams,, at Ber-

and while he will make no statement,
says that he will prove his innocence
when hl ca.'m comes up for trial.
Mr. Phillips is well known in this



Mr. F. L. Vaughn has purchased
from Mr. Smith the City Bakery,
which is located in the store near thN'
city market. nnd formerly occupied b:
Mr. Grov-r Slp'ncer.
Mr. Var!hn is a former resident ,1
Ocala. having resided here before th.'
fr,-,,f. ;.0 ]11 at T.le lnile of thai grat
catastrophe. He has been in the bak-
ery business for many years and ex-
pects to conduct a model bakery, and
solicits the patronage of Mr. Smith's
patrons and of his old time friends.


Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Miller expect to
leave Ocala about the first of Novem-
.ber for Jacksonville. where they will
hereafter reside. Miller has ac-
cepted a position with Mr. S. A.
Rawls, formerly of this city, but who
has been living in Jacksonville for
the past six or eight months.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller's many Ocala


Mr Horb:'.rt L. Anderson rt''rnfei
h,,'i. Thursday after an absence of
so5 p weeks. He was with his broth-
er. Mr. Robert I.. Aniler.;on. at Hot
Spr',nfs, Arklansas. during his recent
critical illness. With Mrs. Robert An-
derson hp accompaniedil his brother to
Rochester. Minn.. where they consult-
ed the sprcialisis. Doctors Mayo. The
friends of Mr. Andlerson will be xery
glad to know that he is getting better.
He anld Mrs. Anderson will remain
away indefinitely, or until Mr. Andr'-
son is entirely recovered.


We are requested to announce that
General T. D. Lancaster, who has
been a candidate for justice of the
p,,( tor r the Ou(la district, has with-
drawn from the race. He th-inks his
Sfriemlnds fr their proffered support.



Some customers by our good Io:ation. some by cn;r dvertis

ing, a few by accident, but the bulk of them by unremittin

attention to the bank's business.

T. T. MUNROE, President A. C. GERIG. C.-osev
Z. C. CHAMBLISS, Vice Presidemt


A glad reunion was held at Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Gray's last Sunday,. ?nd
a sumptuous dinner was spread. The
home was made doubly happy by the
presence of their daughters. Mr,. A.
Y. Strunk of Ocala. Fla., Mrs. E. F.
VW'atkins of Meridian. and Mr-. Dr.
TownsEnd. with her husband, of Har-
perville. Mrs. Strunk's two son;. G.
WV. Ferguson, of Clinton, wi'h his
wife and two little daughters, Elyne
and Lottie Gray, and Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. Ferguson of Memphis. Tenn.. were
also present and helped to make the
occasion a memorable one. It wa
much to be regretted that other nieL-
bers of the family could not attend,
but those who were present put lots
of sunshine into the lives of Mr. and
Mrs. Gray, who are now traveling
down the shady side of life at the
ages of 76 and Q8 years respectively.
H. H. Halbert of Norris, a kinsman.
was also present.-Forest (Miss.)
Mrs. Strunk's Ocala friends are de-
lighted to know that she is having
such a pleasant visit at bar old home.


The Ocala friends of Miss Fannie
Aldrich Rogers have received invita-
tions to her marriage to Mr. Andrew
Rembert Barrett
The wedding will occur at six-thirty
o'clock in the St. Thaddeus church on
Tuesday evening, October the twenty-
seventh at Aiken, South Carolina.
The wedding at the church will be
followed by a reception at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Caldwell Rogers.
Mr. and Mrs. Rogers and their
*l,,-Uh er lived in Ocala for several's. t.ti former being proprietor of
Ocala House while here. Two
silmY1,er!4 ago Miss Rogers spent some
tinit1 here as the guest of Miss Edna
Dozier and Mrs. Arthur Clark, and
ht'r O.-ala friends learn with p!e-,sure
of '.ir approaching happiness.

The silver loving cup that the Con-
federate veterans are to present to
Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, president of
Dickison Chapter U. D. C., has ai riv-
ed, and is on display at the jewelry
establishment of Mr. A. E. Burnett.
It bears the following inscription:
"Presented by Marion Camp, No. 5#;,
United Confederare Veterans. to Mrs.
Fannie R. Gary, President of Dicki-
son Chapter, U. D. C., in loving mem-
ory of her devotion to the cause.
though lost, we hold most dear.'

Prof. an(mi Mrs. Josiah Varn lpft
Monday fur J.acksonville, where thty
will remain four or six months. P;of
Varn goes there in the interest of the
fruit growers' association andti will at-
tend to placing the fruit on the mar-
ket.-Bradentown Cor. in Times-U'n

Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Blocker, prom-
inent residents of St. Petersburg.
passed through Ocala Saturday after-
noon en route home from Saludla. N.
C., where they spent over four
months. Mr. Blocker runs a lhrge
livery stable at Saludta every sum-

Mr. Frank 0. Reagan of Brooksville,
formerly of Ocala. was here Thurs-
day. He came to meet his sisters-in-
law. Mrs. McCoy and Miss Walker, of
Orangeburg, S. C., who will spend
Some time with Mr. and Mrs. Reagan

Had Gert-'ral Lancaster not been sick at their home in Brooksville.
he would have announced his with-

drawal earlier. HiS irien(is are giad'
that he is convalescing.

Mr. W. P. Moorman, one of the
best known men of the Oklawaha riv-
er section, and a conspicuous figure
in Confederate reunions, was among
the visitors to Ocala Thiursday and
was a caller at our office. He re-en-
rolled his name among our army of
subscribers and said many pleasant
words concerning our paper. There
is nothing more encouraging than the
praise of old friends.

Mr. Drew Mathews of Flemington
was a business visitor to Ocala on

Mrs. M. H. Baum and her (laughter,
Mrs. Fred Van Roy, of Detroit, Mich-
igan, who have been spending the
summer in the north, passed through
Ocala recently on their way to Crys-
tal River to join Mr. Baum and Mr.
Van Roy for the winter.

Mrs. William Wolf and her pretty
little daughter, Rose, who have been
spending the summer with relatives
at Paxton, Illinois, have returned to
Ocala. They will make their home
this winter at the Arms House on
Fort King avenue.

Mrs. R. R. Carroll and little daugh-


The engagmnt or 'fi- \- ..-,n%
Eleanor Ma'k ut f,,t.I t lMaJ'. i..
Cambridge. to (iarl-4 H i flt-mfif
Titusvllle. Fla.. is annmUn('mN. MIt-
Mack is the youngest tdaught.r ,of
William Blaine Mack. an tnn'.,nlr of
various devices in uts by railrowls
She makes her home in Cambridge
with her sister. Dr Helen G-orgiama
Mr. Walton is proprietor anId editor
of the Florida East Coast Advocate
The wedding probably will take plact.
early in the new year.
Mr. Walton and Miss Mack tavw
been among the guests at a week-m4d
house party at the residence of Mr
and Mrs. W. Miller Stewart at the
"Populars," Reading. Mass. Mih
Mack enjoys the distinction of biag
one of the most talented "opramo
singers in Cambridge and Boston so
city circles.-Boston Transcript
Mr. Walton is the editor of the
Florida East Coast Advocat,'. ,r as
it is more familiarly known. th.
"pink paper." He is well knoun to
the many Ocalians who have isitMd
Daytona Beach and Seabreeze. a'. he,
is a frequent summer visitor to both
these resorts.
His Florida friends congratulate
him and wish him much happiness..

Mr. VW. E. Martin, one of th,1 o0-
est and most prominent farmers living
on the east side of the Oklawaha riv-
er, was in Ocala Monlay. Th. first
thing he did was to make his dollar
contribution to the Bryan anI Kern
campaign tund. Mr. Martin beh!ioves
implicitly in the principles prumulgat-
(A by the Nebraska statesman and is
anxiously hoping for his electtoi

SMrs. W. K. Mc Donald and children

have returned to their home in Jack-
sonville after a brief visit in Ocala.
Mrs. McDonald came down for the
purpose of completing the sale of her
place on Summerfield avenue to Mr.
G. S. Maynard of Rock Spring4, who
will very shortly move his family to
this city.

Mr. W. P. Winiamson. a former
member of the board of county corn-
nrissioners, and one of the best hunt-
ers in tne county, was a visitor to the
county seat Monday. He says it is
a good year for deer and smaller
game. He thinks that the lovers of
the gun and dog will have fine sport
this season. The outlook is excellent.

Mr. C. W. Hunter, head of the gas
company, always on the alert for Im-
provements, has quit buying crude
oil for manufacturing gas and hereaf-
ter will only use gas oil. This :s an
oil manufactured expressly for the
purpose. The pipes will be no more
filled up with tar, and a great deal of
the bad odor will be dispensed with.

Judge W. S. Bullock, State Attor-
ney E. W. Davis and Attorney L W.
Duval are at Tavares, attending the
session of the winter term of the cir-
cult court. The Stokes murder cuae,
transferred from Citrus county, will
a- triplAt T 'I'avk *)his*m wfr flbnh.


Ocala, Fla., Oct. 1,t. 19N'.
To the Iditor Ocala Banner:
I beg pardon for intruding on the
lines of your paper, but in cons(iera-
tion of the fact which is possibly
about ripe for discussion, I know you
will grant the libetry.
In the late county primaries some
of the republicans of Ocala took a
somewhat active part. They have
since announced a state ticket of
some extent. Now, it is a known fact
that in our city elections the choice
of the minority of the democratic vot-
ers has occasionally been placed in
office by the addition 4f the republi-
can vote. Why not have a city pri-
mary (white) based on the same plan
and principle as other primaries, to
name the choice of the democratic
voters for city officers and thereby ob-
tain good officers and pure politics?












Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Perkins wish to
ezress their sincere thanks to Mr.
CaMer. and to the friends who kind-
ly assisted them to nnir.-, their son,
Walter, while the young man was on
the summit of the v-ry silent divide
ad wh'le bh lingered vern- low for
several weeks.
The many frit-idh of Mr. Wal'pr
Perkins. who is in thfe hospital in
iOcala. are jubilant over the news that
he IF "coming around." and will b,"
over in Grahamville soon to rcupllr-
ait -.

Mr. liatton Perkin- went u)p to
( -tli Sard, y 10 ido so(ie Tr:,:n .
Mr P'-rkins' mother. who bha.. 1,,,n
iil ;.: (< < ;i'a tor Tho |pa-.t nho'ilh. t.ii ,-
ii'' I, t-0on. \-0-.'1r. aecoT1i;tm >.I
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with. Th- Merry \Wiiow i- a >tn-
ner. and also a runner
During the Marion county fair nlxt ,i
year the Wenona and Oregonian will
run daily excursions up and down the
Mr. J. B. Griggs. the fruit man. is
still holding his oranges. In a tov
weekv they will be ripe. amnd then Mr.
<;riggs will sell.
The party that went over to Lak .
(-orge on a camp hunt ha.- return-,i
home Thpy had plenty of fish anl!
quuirr,-' while away.
Mrs St. Frink ha s returiri to hLr!
hmi a, Ocala. after a twi week.
'-iT w, ih friends here
.i- :'.rtha Snow is tea hinc t-.,
-'a otn 'r"ek school. A" Lak,, B"-tan
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bro t' <" tt'in in Irsla ng 'u.l I':
The l"li eootoh awf-ully (hait ':a "
too Th;i. la:er in the evening oi
Therhdao we go: wi;t. cur ,.. i
folks--our younger city cousin-ani1
-thL aio-n on North Orange strth tt
thw L.,o of Mr. and Mrs. .1. H.
Rp.ot. and enjoyed severala l pleasant
bou- r chatting and ipayitng eames.
iWe believe they cath d it a -,)un,
people's missionary meeting: M' Mr.
and Mrs. Brooks are very southern
in their hospitality.
Having read in recent issues )f 'he
Ocala Banner about ,sugar cam-. its
growth. and in the making of tho syr-,
up. etc.. a Boston capnalist c,':1o,
south lait week. and at Ocala toohk a!
apin down into ;he Goolsly cane
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To the Editor Ocala Banner.

A few days ago there appeared ini
your paper an article entitled. "Are i
These TMnzs True?" and ri;ned,
In reply to the same we will say:
No. Hon. Veritas. th.y are not true.
Marion Ciounty is due you nanyv
sweet smiles for yur impromu;,u
"spy work." so to speak, and for giv-
in. wha; you overh-ard to thn ban-,
n'r. i
Fior.'.a i-k- .-pecial ,ro-l iu l .,!a-
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appoint a good, live man to collect
exhibits and make sure that their sec-


Sii~'x~a .us'reDax 1.1J. Bex.~
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-a-propriatious C (M IIi T I itnI h-e
house ofL coi-g.ress why it was that
this nation ha4i- noT. paidl off any of
jits biflion 1oi1ar deht 'inlthe lstTen
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tion will be properly represented at
the fair?
"Hay Rube--or Hay Seed-can't
fool us by his long range firing. We
mu.t have some evidence of life
aLong ,th. soil-work-:,, b.s 'or" we are- T
c(,ivincet that the st-:rm.en-s, i aie
in our f.rmn.r communica:iorm -:'e no;
truth "For by their works sha'Il V-
kncow" :h,.n." VERiTAS.


I.. D p H ow,.li. ju-'ic, o? shi. ,,* c,
for t1 f. '-n h + .i'.rct mf!.n tO .
;i-infg oirnl artorfrl,.t Tb,., x ,
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Our -tGc, C :;1s thr M ,I.i, yV,,n-,
a:.'," CLii d: -:. :; i eite, lor the price
tLa. to bt: I,,lA:aid .ivwhei-Q. TThey, are
made igiht up to now. ai.d we can
fit alminost anybody who is looking for
a garment at a moderate price. Our
Ladit:es' Coats especiaiiy, are the best

values we havc ever seen.

Come and

glance at then, it cost you nothing to
take a look at them.


Ladies' Shirt Waists in all kind. of
materials, fr.)m Outing Flannel at 49c
to Silk at S- 98. They arc, made in
the very atet -.tvlt!s and c 'Iors.

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Oq:r consta:,tly growing business has male it necessary for
us :c havn. m.,rc r0)m, and we have leased the corner store next

T D Co ,e v-"e i:e h-retofore been occupying in the VWalis Block

T- orcr st re vl bZ giver. over for warehouse purposes, while
the entire corner room will- b used fo disIplay," and office quarters

We ire no-w ca.rrvin .g a larger and more select stock of




Tne Dry Gocds in our steel. :i:.v
shuiut thi praise, and the t.1 ce-
placed on them should rid the h-elvc-
long before the season is out.


You should by all means see our
line of Ladies' Trirmmed Hats at $1.98
to $4.98. They are the greatest val.
ues to be had in this city yet.


We have thousands of new things
to call your attention to but as our
manager is busy opening up and
checking more new goods w'e will ask
you t, read our lar:-e display advLr-
tlement in this paper ne.,t week.

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You had better prepare for the cold wave by putting in your
You had better prepare for the cold wave by putting in your ,',,

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vir Miltsica' Dunnellon. caime liun
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m r m 1 PI"Iwni of Silver Sprinw--
, ,. .,TT-.-t.,'l Mondlay. charge-J, vixli
,,,(. : th,' p 4. c;,n. tlneI for his appearance .

cotl'in.l and, Mrs. Hickman. retsild-
ins: *crts, the1 Oklawaha rivert, were
:tirt- Mon.iday. The colonel is a
nn.t*l r of the Confederate camp of
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lIDrinr the sickness of Mr. Felton.
4i irawuhitsman for Messrs. Mclver &
MacKay. Mr Guy Johnson. a young
.lrauchtsmTan recently from Tampa.


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Mrs. P. V. 1.,'a et 0oo0d. Mrs. .lanims
Binghani of .lacksonville,'. Mr. Harry
Leavengood and Mr. \VarI l'.iv\en-
good of Ohio form',d a conmenial par-
ty who enjoyed a trip en the Oklawa-
ha river Friday. They went on the
naptha launch "'Swan." which is twn-i-
ed bv Mr. Harrv lA\avengtool. The"v

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= ~ '- 2.141 4-i'n!d aill sunp-

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At rn :v 1-i \V. p:tvis was r'- 'n'ily
a-xn lx\x o ;iai\ias bV y i'rieii., anm !
sefI a il '-',o iwy to the" dkt;tt foi
iteI. O()n ;.I'' 1 t' .tro's return to tho
lihcus witlhouit them. Mr. Davis in-'
qu(ltirtl why lite did HOT bring ttoi.i
"Boss. dcy ain't dI're." Mr. Davis
phonedt an! was informed that they
were there. The negro went again.,
but soon returneli and ,aid,. "Boss.
dar is ,.r box dLown dar for yo', but
whatever is in it is sho'"-Ta-

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"* -;;' 'l.' Il);:;I'1 '!'s \' e "Hearts
and t.':, vijs." ".\ Huntin g Scene,"
S""',lo.!i.s Fron Faust." "Tid Bits.
a y.',,iiy an, 1he "Hunting Scene."
Th. iproutram was concluded with
The very catchy and spirited campaign
rtau-ch. "The Candidat.'" which was
:.op-.t ,jp.rooria'e nuit ibcr.

,','4 .1. if. livingiston roceivel a
", .:, Fri.lay firt,m Orangemulrg. I
S ('.. :.".T )' !' ::I the d-aTh ,of his
"**h.r-it.-:v.-. Dr. Hy ,!rick. who w a I
,. r. ,r'r:'.i-,n t in His. i;4Oft-ssioi. 1e1
w -~ .r ('. ko;' v,is h par:ily -is a fw
;ivs *: , .1..,. ;,Livi, -g ch 's-s wi'h hisi
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,:i s--. 2 ,:'\ 1 Ij'vin.t-.'ou '.s pre-

owing tO the conlitiit)n of his -,,
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n' 'L t fO].

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S t 'In :--nw us having 1: n

I:' : 1~.ui :.iUI'ras a. ?oracze

place ()f :o'1.1. r at' 4 lar,-f- pqaui-,.

;-1 is -sen, Mr. .1w V. D~avis
to: r.-' 'e'to hLirve-t.

NT'. and 'Mrs. A. E. Burnentt
I~lr-.Bonn 7' IoTher arrived
Fri n-' : ,, '' i'( fl reipNew Xo rl
h-a1,,, 1Mrs. Burnet-t
hor lw- h .'Yn in the forl
SUM!E01 ",IIId om wofeks az

Bwma t *'.0(0.4tl'tnrlloi i'pI)n th

\Vhit' in hO l.tOIOlMr. Bixl~iit1
purc I, r( ha very 't',at ift ill china. e
g ~ ~~:m amn -c.~l~r 'i!m! other >i!
SOTH t~i"~fo .irit5s sp14 ndi.I store.

H 'v- ithr. >1It. -F.

I)JV his ant11Th Cin l i-"t ')1*,)- vt

tho 'hest farmers in tho- county. an.!
s:11Cceedls 1)eca use hlis, in lllove xwiIt
his work.

Mr. Glass Lang of Miami is viiT ing
his brother, Mr. Louis Lang. of this
city. He says that the oranges and
grapefruit in his section are excelient
both in flavor antd color, and the giove
owners anticipate good returns, but
the Avocado pear. Mr. Lang says. is
the coming crop of the extreme
southern section.

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Weak, Exhausted, Pe-ru-na Gave New Life.
S Mrs. E. WV. Brooks, 5415 S. Steeie St., South Tacoma. \ I i- h., write.:
S "11 want to recommend Poruna to mothers. Wh,-n 'ny ii'tt, girl t :ii',. I
f'lt vrv weak and exhausted, and it seemed that I .1,ul.l n)t rcgata: yiY
* trenzth.
S "'My mother bought me a bottle of Peruna, after I lhul tried ,.veral 'th.r *
Snmuch adverti-.ed remedies without relief. I had hlittl fr.ith. as I u:i \ .ry
*weak. hut within a week after I had commenced takin,.: I'-runia 1 wa-, iik, a a
iinditrv'nt woman.
"N\-w life and vitality seemed to come each day until :n a few Aw.,'k I
was in tine health and a happy woman. Thanks to vyour plendid mn.t,.'tna,
I have enjoyed zoq)d health for several years. I always% keep Peruia onf
Slhand, as : f.-w d,-ces will set me right when I am feeling ridly."
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Catarri of Ears.
Mrs. G. AV. HI.'arti, iHem',-tead. Texas.
write- in r'-i.r'I t.., L. r s, 'a Carl: "My
son's ears h't been aT.,ti. since he was
a baby. Hie s his head. lie would .he very fretful for
several days, then h is' ars would run pro-
fusely what appel)ared to be corruption.
"Tho last year I thought he ha, almost

lost his hearing and had a local physi-
Scian tri-pating ihim for about six weeks.

People Who Object to Liquid Medi


a~t .' ~ ~lu IV t x 'k.The l)0~tw r.
Re-. It. 1H. Barnett.wIll be si-;l
1;:riflg ho 12 I il .)s ")y t, 'p'V

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la* hiI'l.'(OWd I will artt-ni!
T ThA' pastor is hoping !'or 54'*1 i
~.ep Is from rhfeso Iueetim-s.
Oil() s'.ii'a' ni.. ght -Mr'. ilamiet-t i:.iv-
erf'4i anl 'xcelleiit p)1eparatcirtv setrnion
as a ore-runner of these mieetinp,

Hon. B. E. McLin. commissioner of
agriculture, was in the city, having ar-
a(rived Fridlay from Alachua coun-
ty, where he has been looking over the
state convict camps of Dutton & Co.
He is well pleased with. the manner
in which the convicts are being hand-
led by the various lessees over the

Ile pronuoun,-ed him w-.ll and for a few
weeks he was not tr-ubled, but sinm
that time the dischairge from his ef
was almost constant and very af-
"Finally I began giving him Peruna
and Lacupia, and after h badi takes
two bottles of the Lc'upta be wa en-
tirely cured.
"I cannot praise lA u:pia and Pe rua
cines Should Buy Peruna Tablets


Sin-.s Towns. the n r';i > g1, l .l
n'. nug R; l' r-(,n. f)or,-mnan .* XV.t
i' t l.-r mill at In'.,ri-m s s<>. .( .'..*kks
:'-:o. !ti- -.t tlhe county Ja: "h -t
(cit, + :1"ly P-'ri~lay :,,>rniiin
T ilis iiliil~l*'r" L;',.|" I t 'al
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a tr t i ( ni" ri 1'i' < Pt i- i t i I I
th; wi)t :t:. ~~\,l, ,i 'i;.- '< I, ',

ifor sit't kf-lp int h qa ;tl;-' n

,f- or, his d( 'ath. i' is ,'!:is j j h.t
h1, vonft',s-'d ti the killing ,,f ,hr..,


This is the little Hy-
ornei inhaler, a doctor Wl
that has cured many __
thousands of stiffererr |
from catarrh, bronchit-


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MIclnio'-hI has rtiurnf-.41 to ocajaa
A summez.r vis-it To his t(Jrni-r
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Ocala House Millinery Parlors




And There's a

Difference Too!

If you w take tve time to come in

arc! ir-rect o. stW *. yL.-'!: f.-, t a;

there's a b'g difference between real

work of t*'-,e rmi;ner's art and a :ot of

mrrach:ne-rnade HATS. Ours w be

fund tc be a: cr.gia' and up-t:-cate

styIes-'-ea c-eatc,-s cf Art.


take p eas.-'e !n cur goods.

fc- Ae have the satsfaction of know-

-'g there are n:ne better made.


The Breakers by the Sea

WUI be opened June i. under the management of I. M. MABBETTE.

The bose will be conducted on a higher plane than ever before,
eorom y renovated and refurnished. Rooms single or en suite,
i or without Drlrat jaths. Fine fishing and the best surf bath-
a Is the world.
Sm Food a Specialty. A Trial Solicited.
Rat,. $1 er day and upward, according to location of rooms.


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TL,. fir-:t straight: carload of Flor-
l1ia orangr-s of The zt-ason was solid
a, aution Ti--! ay. Th,- car cane to
the E. R. Bracket Co.. and was from
av ;c':ia The oran-zs wer,- grer e.
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arowv.-s no" tO hia;, any fruit to rh:.i
mnark-' un'il i: i: parf.ctly ma'ure.'i
and in rood condli'ion. Eve'n if t'h-.y
lost omo, of their fruit by waiting.
i. wou,, not be a loss, as rht-v woui.
_et mor' money for their good '..,h-n
they commence to ship i,. Fancy
fruit will always bring as much. if I
not more. money in New York Than
iT will in any other marker. WThile7
the- trad-, al-o oft-n pay,. hg: Iric.-
for inferior tock ir wi not dio this
Ion.. For z ho s reason, if for no oth-
Lsr. it behoov-f the Ftri ba grower ti,
tbe rIpar'iularly car-'thei of "h cla .
of :r':it ho- ,nt- To this n:ark.-t.-
New Yor.k Prodiin N'ews. Oct. olt.n
iTTINE wili n ~hrmarket.Ye

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Mr. Peacock, one of our prominent
turlpEtine operators, was a visitor T(. I


Ocala Wednesday. Wedne-day e-vening. shortly a:'ttr
Tine o'clock. Mr Benjamin F. ('on
Miss Eunice Brice has returned ni Mi Rol onnor :
ne from a Visit to friends and rela-(f,'rn 0 1h hom ( of R+ .an Mr
tivP. at Ne-wberry, S. C. Cha:'-t-s' C.irro('. whe"r- ty 'I
quitly nm~arliV.,l y Mr. ('C;:'rol.
I)r. S. T. CarswrelL 'he Ioiuliar i,' Th! (mnlv witn,-, o !h, mri:: ,
ra physicalL was transacting , 'r,' Mr. Ern.-t t,',l! M;s E:;.-
in Ocala Thursday. 't T *fl. r n om
(icollpl -.
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Camrn c ne, So ili"i' hi:.! ti' v..,'._ t *...
home Wlednesday afternoon from a, k:lPt P hat Ti, ,is'1i,)t T 1t <.
ohor visit with relatives at Re-Idiek. u an i h :I i- .f 'h .' :"'"'Z.
wlf'-n ! arii..d \>'~\'r ay. *.x' a a r:
Mr. C. E. Herrick. one of Crystal !'r' at .-urri'.- o ;liio:-t ,. .,!
Riv r'.s best known citizens, was in iHow.'vw-r. a t.w a: ,.i;" '. ,,:., ";, o
Oc;la Wednesday. He was returning ha1 th, .-'-i;icion- a', o .' *: ,
hnme frmnm ht ii-ian t- -i r t ...T,, ... I m,\lowe the ( I'DIlP To .', ** -I' :' ". in

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The Toffaletti store has been l]aS-
,'t to two strangers to Ocala. an,!
they will shortly open a dry good-
ostablishment in the same.

The pretty little community of
Belleview was represented in Ocala
Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Standley and children.

S Mrs. S. C. Stone an.l Miss Faiiii.
Stone are at home azain from Chq-i
ianooga. Tenn.. where they have lei,
spending the summer with relatives

Mrs. W. H. ('haille has retrn,,i t10
her home in Miami. after a visit <.
her -laughter. Mrs. R. L.. Har;"'r. W
1his city.-Metropolis.

Dr. Horace Rvves of Inv,:-n. -
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Mr. Z. C. Chan^bli-s. Ocala. Fla:
Dear Sir-I hayv.- recently visi',d(
softl- lin,: stock fams i:in the Tnni-s-
-k,, Valley, gre.atlv onjoyi! rho
:'.l). bl' I 'Ii-1 l not 's.- any D[irh.i a,
Shorthorn cat:.- ;ha conmipar,1.! ,t-
vo"..' V '... b. n2.v'iftil h.rd onr
or ::e:.-'-O Ptrk; F.rmi at 0'odi.

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H. L. An.ler.c:n. Le-e Miller, V. .1.
Croslhy. EmmeTr Robinson an.! a hnum-
ber of other turpentine operators
were in Jacksonville yester lay at tend-
ing the Turpentine operators' as-ocia-
Sion. It is confidlenTtly irplictod that
;::e,'.n:t*. E \\il 1w put on foot at this
:.,." r..t whic-h will restore thp rice
,,. i.'ij-;i ine 10 its "good time" ptric-
,s. (:,od sl ,",t .-hlir effort.

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P-!-)p VWifli.m (Crane Gray has ap- l c 8
9,ointed Rev. Thomas Henry Johnston. FN M L
D). D.. arch deacon of southeastern FINE MILLI
Mr. Johnst'-n is the brilliant young
Iri-h pr,-.,hcr anl lnd-t'rer an.d for' A Full Line of
v..XTiv, l '-,.r as ,' --n t'4,(tor of thp d a U ntrim m ed
*-'.,..f'(),Ial church at t'ra.,.nrown. He! a
i'-v,1! known in this iv. Ladies and the

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! ItiikjrV'v in this ec)tln'~rv aa:I+ is 8tn ex- All K nds

i'-... !iY ) ;!wloqient Pr-;<-.l,.r. As
A-:ch..iacon .T,,hn,-Ton hp will h- a.. HAIR GO
!,o'wV r in -h-' (h 'iroh in s'i: j.;it
FP ori;da.


The Rev. .I(,o,'I)hiis Andtrsr.n of
Leesburg was 79 y(ars oil later We\d-
nesday, and a great many of friends
called to congratulate him. They
presented him with a handsomely-
filled purse.
Dr. An(derson was In the ministry
fVor ov"r fifty years. Ho i? one of the
Y)st known Metholdist ministers in
Florida andl has friends in evry p),r-
rion of the state, who hope that he
will yet live to celebrate niany more
hirtlh'!d ys. He r',tir,,l from active
nilii-try some vears ago.


Jim Swain, who recently ar-
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1)iowv f orU a nm1rdlf r commit ed -at ~
von so-() thrt'ee v.irs ago or il ore.
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SMaunolia St., (Ocala, Fla


Henry Lewis. a colored man. who)
works for the Ocala (;as Company.
was asphxiated Tiuesday afternoon.
but after very heroic treatment was
r Iulsci-tated I.
11e was fixing a gas pipe iid,'r-
neath the Varie'y Store. Mr Mo.r,.
who was with him, was call, I away
for some purpose, anl when h- re-
turnd bet found the negro utcon-
s'ioius. He worked with him forr -onie
time before he -ucceeded in restoring
him to conscioiusn,s.


By Using the Celebrated Burrowe-
Rustless Screens

Keeps ovit taes an4 mosqultows anm
does away with the annoyance of netA.
Also ha'e )DulBoses hardwood floors.

S -. ^ laid over y our old floors any
hi 1 ,t. I Inconvenience. The only sanitary
h i., l h, i >t 4n I ,I11-
Sfloors In use. W. E. DuBose. 318 W
!+,I'tr'9'+:'+ 't deteuu.!til
,,l8 h, "h- +vi Forsyth St.. ,Jacksonvilll Fla. 4-24-V
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The. co)irv'" eorirlmissioner,' have 'x-
"T.irIM i a !n t'i aItee,)td the tax brto' s
for l.-'",. a;nd I have deliverd .v-ry
!)ook) :t iio paltr to the clerk of the,
('oirt ;1-: th.,, law, requires. There is
I.o'Iin t !-fri it empty desks and! *a-
!,1s for .+'e to d(o b() sinests with
ri .jve it:rformation f'ro(),. an! as I
e';.4nf?,r 'I"ffor'd TO t it in an empty office
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Chicag.) won trom Detroit azain
,.sroriltv afternoon, the score h'bing 2
to) 0. This closes. the series for the
world's champion-hip for 194%. and
izivc-s to Chicago the pennant. This
was the fifth gam.e of the serit of
., voen. Chicago %inning four of the
fie games played.


In orer to close out our line (if Pine
(';;t (;I-s. we will dIuiring the week,
Nl, n(!av, October 12. to ) Sat'ir.lay.
I ;co)l(er 17 sell .s 1 a reatlv r .l'hievd
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R.azan. who '.as bt..n s.!.,]t!ii;g t'.
sunimmr winh ir'lanviv- a! he'r ,,C
htom)l in Ptknns. I\ania.

Mr and Mrs. Henry Stetv,,,.- an1i!
li'il.h daughter. a:l.r a -Lort x isit in
Ocala. The guests of ihe former'- pa-
r.-nts left Friday lor a visit to their
Mr. and Mrs. Charhles E. Moody, and
hl'lt son of Charleston. S. C.. have
returned home after a visit to the

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N! r. I awvre)cte Dozier. n Illi0a-Or f
Leebur. lassed li hruuuzh 1OC-1la o0"

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('1f'l814tO-lfrom lDultiiiiei1n to Ocala
z~nd froni tOcala to the \Vi*hlacn-he9-'
river. Tbis, with h the steel bridgule.
v,-Il]~k- T!ings very tev''llten--tor:
people, livini- in the neighborhood of .

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Bryvan for the presidency.

Mr. R. W. Fergnson of the Berlin! W U
section, noted as the most succo"ssf'l
turkey raiser in the county, was in i .
the city Monday. He says his rtir-'
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il___ iTICS
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i (We believe that we are as liberal I
I in our politics as anyone can be. We
hold to the belief that everyone has
L j a right to the exercise of his fran-
chise without dictation, let or hin-
'drance of any kind. We hold to The
I belief that it is a sacred obligation
Sant should be so exercised, and in the
Tomr Lag and my flag. and how It flies; ,xercise of .whh no iman hl.Ud b i-
today: i
-UM iA ..i.., un ...., V ,n..AtJ ..,j ,,,.-, :, belittle t nor o traclz+-,l.

you W tana an M yL U L I1J world away;
Som red and blood red its stripes fr-
ever gleam:
Snow white and soul white, the g,,i
forefathers' dream;
Ucy blue and true blue. with stars that
gleam aright.
The !loried guidoln of th' day. a ,-h-l-
ter through tlhe night.

Tou. fl:ii -ind .y fla arid *',1. h v.
much i. hM.''
Yowr lant, and r:>,v ,tzii --cure i ..I
its f-,ds.
Tqour harT an.i '.: h..I.: hat quit-'?r
at t,+- sight.' and v,:. i -,' s .l. th- r- I
and blue an i -,vi,:
The one fl .1t. o e i:r-at tlig. the flag f)r
mt and yiu.
Glorifiedt aii ol !.!d.. the rod an l
white anli blue

P. V. Leavengood. Business Manager.



PresImea. of the Unite. .ates-
Vice President of the United States-
United States Senator-
Member of Congress. 1st District-
Presidential Electors-
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Secretary of State-
Attorney General-
State Supt. of Public Instruction-
Commissioner of Agriculture-
J:=ticeF o. the Su'reme Court-
S W. D. CARN of Ocala.
L &LIGHT of Reddick
County Judge-
Clerk of Circuit Court-
S. T. SISTRUNK of Ocala.
Ta Collector-
E. L. CARNEY of Ocala.
Tax Assessor-
THOS. E. PASTEUR of Ocala.
Supt. Public Inst!-uction-
County Con.missioniers-
Dis. 1-George .'.ta"Kay, Ocala.
Dist. 2-J. M. M.a'aews. Flemikgtou.
Dis. 3-M. : 'ro tr Pedro.
Mis. 4-N .\ '.", I.yvnne.
Dis. 5--W '.-by Citra.
Members o: S i Board-
Dis. 1--I a c S*'. ,ns. Ocala.
Dis. -: ..L.- h. Blitchton.
List. 3- S. (; a. nai. Ft. McCoy.

Vi(e-Pr~...-jl.!.! i ;: (-a.t ] ia'*ce Ke :l
i (doing some gotd taiihg .

Hughes ha.m lost his voice He will
lose more than hi- voice next month.

The president is chafing because,
like a naughty boy he ha, been locked
up. It ishis first experience.

Editor Jordan says "'sal: fish qre
always good.- Sc are fi';h stori-e-, if
taken "'with a grain ol sail "-Lake
City Index.

V \0V !-o:; :o tht belief that Ohe ian
' w o h;, t' ('ou .0t' cf hi'- ('. ic-
tinoli.- i!:ot,.i: inl hu;,, l,... mlinori~t3,
Sshoilld it' ("')il!tI-'lfl, l ai n. adi lb ;;*,1-.J
'o(,r l t- op'"n i ni \ ail!lit t-'Xe, ('i-4-' of
the ..,sai v!. 1
Till" \. ,' it Sxli,'v' t il h t I ,'i"-
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i .i c o ). ttl' Tnsll j.-) sair i i. l .' : it"

If ~t.t!ti \, '.'.. 1)tru s-- fo!' N .- l!,h l .ar-
i tat y h oit i. ri nli tou n the a !: a,'

in tie coUn t'il s o the l l-r pari y-!
it ('.e'l, easily c diitate it. julicies or ri < it OUT of
UtSi ilOS.-.
And f"olE:>ingt lhe. tar;;e- line of an-
gument, tie t- Dn+ble!r.s t~:' w,-aker !,ar-

ing themrsel'e.- to a faction of i!. thus
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not tr'ly p' 'tI' i r-. irincipi--.
P,.riIu-uili4 n ii-'^',i.--i,>n ,io"wni i,
h1 ,'' a.':a'-.- wv ii':phat',aii ,' aL, h, i,' ; hat Ilt *I -'i
cra.~- o: Ml'.,*n ocoiin'y havt nI, I( ..
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s" :1''. ., ] ,> V I l. .i' 1. ri-:i t t, p:I; ;ill, ..I,,' ( r afI 1l-
ia ,, \ w i .t; ,t:*.":li 'l;<- .n in !| h .<-l ;*;'.'! ;
co( v, t ,ons. : :(i try at.,; ,i''.IVi', th,'ir
,]o,:;'in;;.-. a',i p,.; !!.i1 i'-.~. lot !!1r
i t'A- '.AII tl ..' :a.v ijt.o,'i1'Z l t a '.i','t> eli!
pl]tl,-al lh U--holI.
Non". t l'1 oii: tr iihan har- a 1.")0h
-'-- t'" ,rp)Iic'an any ritzh" to liar-
ticijla:te in a democratic l)prinary., and
try anli (control it by voting for itl-
Why, everyonee participating in a
democratic primary subscribe.-, eith-
eh actually or tentatively, to a pledge
to vote for its nominees in the gen-
eral election from president to consta-
ble. and if ne fails to do so he vio-
laotes a sacred and binding obligation.
If we accord him this right w- n" mus!
also accor-i him the right to violate
and repuidiate a business obligation
or tuln his guns against his own .i-ide
in tattl.
A man who violat-.s and repludiaI-s
his business obligation.- has no rating
nor standing in lithe b'..siness world'
and the soldier whlio turns iiis '1
against his own si*i, in bat', I i- ai-
juilge,1 a traitor an.i is in -cii
;\\. hax+ it.,,ii inlo,:'ni,-, IpolD.i'-al otjliaa ion. ;Ir- r-t'p is .t* *i.
I'-.I''1!ly ,;II,Ill :1 " .- oI ill*. \voi !- ot .V.:,-
i r:.o(n (c :, i'
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<'a !'I 1>\ ."- ,I;.!* <>1. :'lit-0- \\i .o t'""- t p-
i'osft to ,-lale l)Folii!,itio;:.
In hi- pll a r'V .-',tf'er's1 MU Camit
tdidl not "'hil.' his lilh I ,lndIr' a I,..a-I,-
el.'" H- oi i where and hiow t h 0t01ot}
o il (\'t-\ p!o(io ....ition lha: was il 'l"or
discus-ion. lie absolurloly refuse'i to
tote wat:'r on loth sho:lIlT's H,'
ga' .. s-' rai-rhftl'o'wa a'i anIh I uneolIi total
ans,. \% r- TO every eI j-bion(l pioi, o;:iiK-
eId to hi Ht.. l' was as ttule io his c'(oi-

loose of a veritable


Don't let us 1do it. Don't: let us put
business above principle. Let us be
courageous and do all in our power
to preserve our form of government.
L.,t us be true to our primary pledges,
anld ,ot' for evtrvo democratic nomini-

nee on the ticket. In t
al)on can koel) up our


Of rjoian Jfpa.rry) .d

I>us.-i.t ai i, .]al|t. anmi

Lhis way wt
1,o: j,'al solid-


iL.ntw.Us 1 "+'

ihe t ,rTil-, o0

Ia-ac N- % hich wt'- a- i'-t,'.j upI to an
lor,.- i t' i..\. H.. through; tii^ itr-
""'lilt( i ,l! P v,.si,-,.lni R o ,, .-.+.\+-t I'r i
i,' i.h- p i -ol 'a)l,, hi ,> '. i !!,-.' .:" .-

;, 8 '" .t *. e i f i f i''

te ,1 of f. at' that S ; t v**," o l b" . 'ot

-T li. by Sl li ote coun.try. By
>' .1 .'..- "i ;, L; **; I . ' ,: ;;. i..i' :i h

e" ,'ni:.l';''.toi this Jiojl a~l b nc of"
I ' :" ; ; .. '>\ il i "* \ r '- '"tl "" ;, "..

!I. 'I; i < !' l ( ;. ; > ^ l l ;l <,\' "1i ] i!: ;. i ') "

the Siheriian railx'aby \.\ she secured':;;--
lioctaniL coni o oa:('Ciicu wheih-' !ol" ot
lw,.,i iuy Eii -Jlaiand oocipeyin t \\C:-liai-
\V,-i. Rt .-'-i. ,-a in- thi.' ction c*0 an ,i
a,'"t' 'iti" liT'ar,('"hi i fol an iwh e rerb-a
I ort. ito r 'Port A rthiur. tniier tht. preP-
tt-xt of fe-ar (hal slit, \- wouldt be fore-
.-al,,i by sore-l other country. By
Oxt, ndl to this point a branch iof
the Siberian railway, she il secured
prac't:.ial control ovel hii whol' ofl
IManchurtia. JapI)an joined with China
in 't',es again-t thisi action, and an
a-.'''e!. i'd:i was rt-achel whlereby all
]{'-i.<'[;i '"<,~).S "-h,;mld 15t withdira'>vI
: -. i u: *. "* -. ". : r r i t u c y fc i -' l t ?u tf < inc k m
.... .'-.. r hi e Iinloe 0f ral!h'!ai. 'lt 1.
t .vactiTiui \ coui l st-'ntd ai i a 5,l.1til t
.iM ha -, l ,--II I itV()it. i ( l)Ui but at 'iA.
'ili+'ii n.l, ii. /O 'irdzti); al i-x :ii'od ent t'ii,
<','!1 ;.':il; fi'I :^ liy ."- ,n !: In 0;.'its a. !.

cI l '",,'oii:'l ily i I a ,1 1 ",, r. ', i ) tha .-:, f ;
i. :;, z ^.:z >.!. tl-.-. ,;, i an y ,,b (,

I', i-; -o \ on "', helt'a f a" ( utin<- iitil e :
Alol;a: i h,' Yalul l!\-,'"'. ai:i~i ht' ap'";-;i!'s;
i,, t ;:",,, int 'i' Kc+,.1 N\i,'lho a t,) iiiv,,st j
ii~iilionis o: ,,oliar: in liis .,-('ift. i,.,, ..,
,t l u 'l i 1 0 1 o u l', ., hi n l n il t a l ^ -o, ai -i i li I~ s
'; ; 'i'. of" h;- i. ninin.-:er's h(-e czar!
;. .!..... I i ',' i,) .< ;. "-'-il 1"" " "" 1 v'


The election and subsequent dcath
of Mr. Taft would mean the occupancy
of the White House by an official fat-
fryer who has d(luring several years
past approached, with ,efferential hat



'i conn'i. '.. tt:erewit: i'- < W p.Ign \;tx i ;1:1 's w:i" th :)wn i' f
;,!,. ,,s inLltt or-'an territory. '1Ji;pan the '' on re.-ol'itionis by a vot1
accenting in this lhe initial ste, t- otof 52 o 1. aiil was 'ejece! o,. the
w.ardl Russian control tht-re, ca'le.l a floor of the convention by a vote of ,,
halt in no uncertain tone, and thel to 94-Nebi)raska and Itaho and parts
czar ,omnd himself obliged either to of Wisconsin favoring it. The amolint
back out and probably lose his money of Bourbonism still left in the replub-
or risk a war. Although utterly un- lican party -. far too large.-Collier's
prepared for such a climax he took v.'eekly.
the ('hanillCe of the latter; the with.
drawal of troops from Manchuria wasI
an There is nov.w much activity in the
stopped: some places which had beenschools and colleges of this -tate and!
cleared were reoccupied, andl the con- the attendance shows great interest
ilict 1)egan. he consequences of which in tle cause of education. The pibl)iic
are too familiar to need repetition. choos in eve'y county show an in-
crease in attendance'. Ai t ie T'!s,.-
AN OPEN PROTEST I sit a (;in svil.e th. At no'.tin

Oca. i. ,Oct.12.191 promise- "o excteooi all r(-viotls rt'c-
.. .. orls an. the opening of the linivtr-
To ;ihe Edlitorr OcIa Banner: Ia t' w',i a, a a y. T ie saI,-
1 i ;,; l w', w -) o l l(f' D o]) t -1l i I i H ," a
1 i' o'rororue cnn-S a rpo-r S frot Tallahassee at tihe
!"r: it ih- Cont r.s-io- lal ReoiS of f 0openin- of th i \Voman's (Co t-ode ani
tl+. .Nai al -ou. "na (oolt:;i, C'ig. at l.nLak-. Cit'" I.-o

ai~. ii'' uj 112 'toti~s taT h -A11ov'. ne

].i. 1" 1 t'e IS ~I li Q'hv 111(- to jqI h jo '..1 -

alI' lit f''')t'T- of the people uoll The

(iit' (#cht V. rajptil' the l"V0110;at~it

ill.i 'l' ii owAo c-~ '-i as li~ch ijiore,
11,At,1 xvtf have$1 ..itlt4I iet Iby 'the
goo'rmnowai1 in tiii> instalice almib Pu'

r I I' r I l ltlo -t, t") 1b .'1) elect .M1r.

lit f I I : (~l1i'' Of~

t.(.t ifromtHlso~iu ,~l


in hand, the prp~i.Ient or rtia--urer o'1
amost of I,,(- hirge corporations in thle
country. 1, was in the course ofTthis
official f: ,Jn'Tlfion that .;he~rinan was;
pr~ofmwly dovt:r-~ ,-r i y Mr. Harri-
Ili t u. with. K'iotr -iie i r1an iltjo~n -ithe
r-p'61 ieu n pat" y an.1 Irrek~i ii I'--a-
''tht-a 1i0of that pa Ur' yt ii ii the:
~*TM Ki~ ~ iout ofit hid not 1)e'
~zr'efK :r'ThP ~$251,''11,Which Mi'.

work of The republican ':np.UI
a, t."" .-1,a I nl):a,

tlt- li Pwj r i~i T ) I'

Si!p-* thatar .M r. Tii, a 2 -o.ic
fid ':: ''.m .. appcl ed by Mr.t

D I I:Pi Mit 11'41-; :l -VI( t :' a;of tll inol (bItijif- l-. V D,'X4 '.'I 01W hcock

who hav'js- puii t M t on t he I .ac
don",-vanT touldho ap '.eiI by"'llr-
DuTmt ltaT.ofI- noe feTf

whmall o-4-(Aput ou on h 1 hl'
dent Wan! to he !I I 1' "%1IC''I-

fri lliofI 'ilx( l f j ~~g -fiilll.

3I ~ IS i ~ lr ~-a It, tI 4 1
ion. T fund- 1 anda 1',,, u, 1)1 tV'iotI

thcax4' aermllti iT.' d7-'ri*Lt' 0hT)t a'

A. T'l1~Ih ~ tU 0
''1.t~h st'I~i p rb icp.~ y 'I

II iimlborI of F~lor itI aIav' a* e,'
I'itore him finl conIempje hro(..c flt
xvas xwithdlrawvn. with ap;I llj.sje5for li,.-

To Ii8vo t.vizht Hnit,,m!r.e auvvint-,
-i Uwhilfe ItaIdI,.J P ut i.

( 011 11fl T'111T "joI'a I'IeTC jI I\I

I' I II t )f fw ta s ~.-1(IJKVI i

4 .t\ ('t'.


-t'.,lyin'- t'ht "''- liaralitet. blauk ,l, .otI ti i
jlank-in the tlt'mocrati pie Ol, i "411h .l irt' ,s Vout. ith' oriitial i)',k,. ;
"a Ni''w of havi ii t eliacttd into a i I)lunellohn. but no-w of lakl-lani.a was
law in Florita. To onle, l) who ha- nl" n Plant City thi. woo. lie 11iii.-
through two orr ,re ,ank fliir., as "' hIav', a high 'extlosiv,. f)r which
hais be.n the ill-lue.: o t tht ,tlito)r of the gtv rnmn+ti has oftf-',r.,i Ilii,. h, .
his papoir. th_ l:.,-w looks mighty (ool. ; .l tt t lit i. holl iiii L il ;T t
Indleeet it has a iol't' xin iting look ant! WettIt1 1 \' w ofl I r;"i't sot .' i,,
a swo' -r" ha\,)r t l'.;iI p)each -Is antl I11t lh;i t :1, tltl.t1t1 than aily 1 ;i;Ti ill
cream. Had ii n a law in Florida F'lo'ila. fort if thr, over a (.'i'-i



The New York World has made a
poll of New York state and gives
Taft IF.'llo over Bryan. andti Chanler
193.00t1 over Hughes.
The World is ardently supporting
the democratic state ticket and sup-
porting the national ticket on!y in-
differently, )ut it stands to reason
thal if ('hanler wins by nearly to0
iv:ntire thou-anl that Bryan wili
*ii r(,y l,)se th," Tato.
(Cit'l.,\tlani won in New Yxork state
;>y o. -, hill i red andi niin y-two ,V() -O
;I). -:chi was larglY a prot.,:t
a;in--t \\'hit Hous,' inturfere-nc.'- in
state politics, an. l thf proTt's a'air.-t
,i'it;:,ion from the \'A :i'i Ii .-' i l
: ,: i, ;t ] ff i' ." vi!i ti::;> ii't- l. !i se If

"~i,. !',.;,li; li("-; n ;i ,..*i ll ::t ,,a s r!, ': :
S:. 't'i -! :f i i-^ tM i0 1 l t wl \ r--
I, .I ,,. Ii.' i ., ; ,\ i!l ," i ."*

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T h e I'r 'i!' a n .r -t r .: i' : i r. r ;2 ,r ( I ) l -
, I'; (oiir 'l" i:- Ip';>~a '.ir -" at : ,'-r;,'- of -",.r-
11 IOUs on the t,.n (.(,: n e '. '1 lr
an insi)irati.n ;h,.vy sh,!; M !).*i ;o-
mnini-ter' If app)liel to lcal <',"i i-
Tion.-, what .rowv is t w u,)lld ia.v.
nP!.t how much L-00.- , wvxilli a,-
cnmplish! The averafgLt p,..a i:ir.
like the avera,- e.ditor. pr'fr.- "
,:',. his sermnons on things that lIa:,-
p,'n', two thous;(n,! yv l.r az. oir int
t', nxf aT e. a, andt T Ii;ht shy ou l,-
cal c;,ndition} which viray :*{f.*. t on
IL.K- EnX n.i':4;,or,.orr th,- Il;n whio is
:.. I ^h Lt n, t h,,) ,tl..l -
; ^ f- :I ',,f nie' 'l:1;^ ;..:. ^o'",:!l '.^ !;'-
I'. aet." \ hile on tihe ot *'*.fr pam!

,X:in es -i t ).,::i' .i- al ,,, '-yw i'*+ .

S!: Tiii ~ w'. *l~'. IS !:e' ( f i i 1 a t>' e\

,fli ;t +I i l, *
i:U '!;,* ise fo, of '!,, "l',. i, ita'
,11,! I'll t ,) ve do. i cf 'm a ti : rhar an t..
l 'c t c ( 'r (' ,*r f ; ? \ ,o ] t f ~ i ; l -
criityr t."-o-I h'!an;l N,'o-w


T r,.;--;' ,," M -oi- s. ,. ;. :.: r*, I^ y '" -
Sn;'ti!ns th at arr,"in,-i mon ,lth i'ag l e':r' ri"
r'.,0, hli.; ,' -T,' :^;.'. ,''.,)rL it. E ,.'. .- i .;
.-i'ltr' his loillyl piiilo l)ia air'e-'" iI;.s
.I ,r w n str'o n i- ,r ,'n mi it h~ts 1,> (,li '
an i;'!'es5'T'ltle f(orc'^. I' has lir,,,i;'!:!
c' to) evt-ry democraticc heart an't
dis:nay to ilho opposition.
S tat, s that a month ago wero r,-
gir',let as sulrely republican are today
claimed 1y d mocrars. and cone.iel
a- ,ehbatable by republicans.
\\- are now in the last monrh of
th, cOltesQt an,1 the battle will bh
wva -ed fiercely in every debatable pr-
c:iclt in the 'niit StaTes


Judthr \Volfe "renigze.,!" ofn tha' ,i,-
,I-si(,n of his. and his (ia'ini' To a

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By Terrible Eczema-Head Became
a Mass of Itching Rash and Sorm
-Would Scratch Till Blood Came
-Much Money Wasted in FruItles
Treatments-Disease Was SO


"Our little girl : a- tw,, m ,..'** o
i 'hor' .i. gtt ;4 r-ah rb a..r ?.t, and
within tiv't day- h.-r fV, a .i ,, 7 .r
all on, s'7. V u- i ... '. r .
(tc i,'S b 'it i, o, t w ,., ,-. ~"- ,.l,; .( "'** -r
!aim v:.. t,,,i "is-t .-**'* ', : / *"'- "1
. and -w,- t tii *" r1s 'i i .
j f- t if .. 0i t*.'- .', arto *.' '
lf ".1 "t l ,- .'< c, lr!1- .A r t" '
hia. l ,' I l ,. r r1 , '- i '' 1 '. ,*
nt.''r- : *! i ,i- roe' (1"* Y *', : .
Uth n I t a. l ,r li t 4 ,'-' t '

i u 'e (' :" i ir lira S apt. 'i ,.
and ( uti( ira I,'- Iv,,,-. : ",.-
w-,..k- what a .h:m '-! I ,, -.
th,' (' lti,',lra lKT',i,'- an ','i r tal v wa.- a uhfa ,r .iat r ,r:. t ..
C' a j 'iri '.t b a s1in ..f ; ~ a i
Wa,. as fair as a n,.w-,t-rn , '. al
f,,r thl .,lall .-t ,f a 'I 'lar ati,I- V.. r, rv.
five e'nt-i w:ire w, ,iatji ; .nt ^-
tins the nit n"r y f,,r <1, ij nnow two viar' olid annti ha.- n,, hii *
sign ,f te '7-cywnia srr-'. Mr-. H. F.
Budke. It. F. D. 4. ..u"rMinn
Apr. 15 and May 2. 1'u;.'

By an Itching Humor. Another
Cure by Cuticura Remedies.
"I br,,ko out with a h'ma.r n hv,'h
i (pr-a,' a : i,,- all %,,v-r m y --. [,,
itc Winst w .ai'l itt r'- i r f-
r' le (I,;n ,''it t LIT't wA .,- ,7""' I
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th, ti lr * ' " h
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Railroad Commissioner-












. I

OiCtIAL PROCEK INg OF THE bushels of pindars have been gath- not want to advise you, but I do
DOARD OF COUNTY ered for seed. Hogs are now on the think it will be well for you to ap-
COMIIWONERS pindars and looking very nice. Sweet point some member or members of
l Potatoes promise a good crop, to- your board to inspect this camp cnce
Ocala, Florida, Oct. 6, 1908'. I gether with a good prospect for a a month, or oftener if necessary. It
The board of county commissioners garden. I am glad to report that the will be a pleasure to me to assist you
W" on this day. Present: John L. health of the inmates is good. Fence in any way that I can. I certainly in-
Edwards. chairman: S. R. Pyles, J.I repairing, and some general repairing sist that all rules approved by the
M Mathews. C. W. Turner and N. A. is being done. governor as to county prisoners be
Fort commissioners. IHereto attached find financial re- carried out to the letter, or move the
Minutes of the last meeting were jiort. prisoners. There was another pris-
read and approved. Superintendent. $35: hired help, oner. Pete Caston. I believe, who had
On motion it was ordered that J. H. $2:1.45. cooking, $1;: washing anl his foot slightly mashed, but I (Ion't
Brass be allowed pay for seventeen ironing. $4..-1,1; nurs.*. $1"; Helvenston think serious-ly, though his foot was
day.- as ferryman at Stok-s Ferry. & Pasteur. $.4..4l: Ocala Wagon swollen soin. Hie hadl been using a
Th,- petition and country petition in XVorki. $. ,s : Mclver & MacKay. $7: liinie-nt. xvwi.h will probably be all
tItlcrase of the oldi Cribboet road were May-in & Camrn. t D.r,: 1r. \V. V. New- friht- for hi- wound. I am sending
read and. after discussion by several -mni. $1: Ocala Furnitur, ComIpany. yoN. ,o 1i copy f ( :-s th. h:t;on askillg f,-r .am 07--.: :i Lmnl,-r Con piany. $ ;. : *ionl 4.Is a ) O care anli maintenancet
r to- oien .ld wa'-- r-fu .i., and sai,.i I. I'. (y)inl. $R. I- B:ros k.. >f 'c 11' y ('4H 'i)'!. )y con tractors.
r. ito declare.l as a puldic n .ei hiz ,r- -7. T .i ( o. ? (. ..i. (. >i io >t I a m.
hp,.i road. and the citiz,'ns :o aIrran. :,- tt:His . ( (',,.. ,, til. Y ;- v,!v I'1Y
ahiolt,'; the selilves as iT) t-.+ arr.:, $ T17.:; .E(! O1iN T. E\VIS.
nl ll O ,+ '8*, {' >- ..r :] *. ..,, .. i. ():t ',.....i ;,T '.* 1!I, : e^ - .
"'" "'; ,,,1' :10 ,1" t* '. hw
T1. p, itior as,.in," lor th.- .- ,* S. \, P I -l .. r ,, ; ': ,' ,! 3 t.' I .' S to \\lit
1 ..( :;! (o th,- F I):aili ;.a!i : M i";-4 ', ln il 4' C ...: 11 ('.In V, ; c;i,.up .11 ;!\ -
v , : .r o y w a i L i d < >\ r u ;l i i i \ '. . : I '. +. -* : ; : i . i ; i l y ;i . '* ; : ; : ; i ; i ; ; i l r" : *.. . ,
I 1' -t0, 1lnV ', lii. !,(a: ;. ., l--,, '-$ .' %a1 Y M -.- '' ," H Ilo' r'fl tl' Pi(io -. 0-0 1".
T i ,pultlic road tIr,,n I l',.ir(o i ., 1, 'ivi' ,.,, ., ] ;.:!- l. o( :Iiiii 11s ;.-!I.ti il I 't, !'l, N vz( 'a s
\ nI. \v ,.- gt'al l ant ori -r.-.'. (e 1- ai : L- ,;'1, -. Ill, tl.,(w .- (,1i :l |' ;to)i,- -.,]t i- ',l l',\ ":7 .. il.-p.'(4; ) 10 7l4'. up
4+1 I.' I 7.!;('> :i ; '.<1 t xi' t' .'ii h:- I,!','P- '!., I11 .1' '1i' \\ :' ilh ,'' f'S. It w\v s
T`, ('onlin issio. r*riotrc h ., t e r,- hVI- (- -; ..":... .- , r, . ; .< ix Ih, '.i oii r.,'l lha T 'ilt iits;w.('-
I.4lit'-., '4! vi'w anti inark oui l ih Iiili h l.. y his a'ioni;4ti<. ,a .-s. Ti1 ;,; r'r l] ttr I, it!"v;i! ,]ni, 10 the gov-
I, :-1 ii 'mlp for a road t i"c th ll-,i ,w .i-..itit M(. .Ii;,' ,inar.' to c(.a)nsIrruc.t 1,0 ( i i ;)r. rtq)!'ql S Ii' ,i liiii i1 take, ilmIli-di-
to Lake \Veir made th.'i'- report. h i'.s a,;e.. n.i ;l aijiiaiti t;l'e iin tll ,1 a.ciI ion il lI,,i ; ! S which r-porl is as follo .: -(,1 wI oP-U,).i-r Is o\vn tX It w as 1" ,SInoti tn oroleredl that
ToT it-i Hon. Board of County Con- iponse. andi exnlilts Ili*, county 'roin :.ljhk,' tlt!, o, paili $i f' for rigLh of
niissioners of Marion County. Flor- all claims. l(W Iani-ai.- Iirotll th, t\\-;y ov,-r hiIs linid.
il:,- |ga!a'e. liinz i.'" ();K n. Tiue ia -iti0n1 Cat,;mn sio ,i"l Etw; ma, Ie his
G,n1lemen-W,. the undltrsigneOi vwas giaitt'1d. il,.po'.t :ponll tlh., estahli.-1hing of gov-
comnmi-sioners. appointed to view: It having, l,+'t+n lroIh 10 Thol a iat- ,ri'tlen; co'.i ter' ant securinig improper
and mark out the best route for a pulbl- toion f lhth cnn!s.--ione+s thlt J. l) po.ts fo, sarre. an-l It was furthoi' or-
lic road from Belleview to Lake Weir. \ Fort had. t,.,n imprioperly I sing .,er,,,t that t l. cliairman le insruct-
l-g to report that we have examined his firni on thi li'tiblic hliighway an il ,Il to hav, t s.', i1 l)osis p)lacuei.
r h,- s.aidt route and market ou as the I l..aving ilhael duiliv to lhi> offtin-- In i \V:rv:.t. w.- otrdqre'e drawn for \V.
tK0s1 antl mosi practicalde route tht (.t' iT W il w;.ls \ I)n lOl 1ii1 or i'irt-l !. lAuciiu- tfor $2511 as a funl fi'o;m
following: !;ha. tlh. lic.-l n-, lt,' .i A i li' s.lin. is hi \iichi ti t pa lyih lp en il'.t road.
('oniniwncinz at -a loil; 4 chains lhreby rm\eok4, anld Ih'- cl-rk Of this 'p,n niloii': i" wa orler+,l that .1.
-;as i' f th1< nortliwestl corner of sec- I li;; r. ,jiro, ''.l i,, t',iit, t i ia' sai, l.rt F l!x l ,t ,-nl hI' "; ht ,r'hv at)-
liot .. to wns.,ip 1C. raize 2 .". ''-t. ('af 1:cl t'! lt oa:-,. 0 l'.' i l ,,. :!;; : lid lh ',i'ii i!tn 0 o(-'lr for
h*tt'(.< so;t ;7 dgr-','s east through Tio' I' ii"i Iti,', otor, tilt. i.,ri 1 si rict No. 1. \! ,.'io in ('utty. Florida.
s, t"lo, .'- n.. and :4. in township 1,:. i Il'*' i(':lv ti, 1. It 'hatl -o Ith" ol l an;,j htlia t a r i': 11. 'ld,, i'i(o l 1)' itade
Ia 2.:';.: also running t rour l ct.. s ('-i W r'e r*.:i (',:.n' l ticinii- at itt r lt : it- i7 if glv\i; r'O; fr hi`- appoi itilltI, .
to -n :. 2. anid a halt ol s-ecir ino 1. il niing (.it c.-: I :: lie- !to'twt, ,n 19 atlitt ; )n.) :Ii(oti it was : rtl! '','r orlo'r,',l
;o\lo t-lh lp .7. rnil '2::. inlliersectinl i :a.'* an ; u1.iiii. road(l al )iit I hat 'W. L. 1- ;yo's n ho;' I-l he, is l''r'-
-'-'-e# : runniniu- east and Lv \ ',aris a o- to ;ih rilroadi t, ;* !'t'. \ *i' o.'(('.It" 1. "I 10 1.*o' .o')\'')Vrno for
Ra;p : ('-hur'h. andi .111 ia oa!is!.ancv ( i (.\N .. -ra:i'roai a;t i a ,ibAnc t ( Io -. anll ; if va,!, f or M:tarion
4 4 n- il, andi 4 chinsl' s, a; iitl'r-- I it( 0( il, Cl .'it said, -- Fo M". ln was
s. ,i i of said st -1r i r-,ad i i)alla- (ro,-si'... wa.> lai(tI r S v',1o.I-p W iir-il n Iplear bl fore
Res1t -"ct fully s;;-,;.it ed<. i. i h,' itext 1.'gullar neiting ot thit ti. Ili,, )a",l. v.-ii'n ii wNas s und Trstool
.IOHN L. CARNEY. Llari. it''.wen ':.k ioarml and said Hutson
A. L. IZLAR. The .'-iitioii asking for a pblic ihit li-i stlaryv is to he only the
CHAS. A. TREMERE. roai -from Calvary to Sa'.y was reflus- he (coilects,. andl if collections
Committee. e'i e.xce',' $7,'5i' excess of which is
i whichh report was duly adopttei by The pltitnion asking for a road t.oij tto I,, l)lac,'ti in the treasury o1 the
ih," loard. and tii.>, clerk ordered, to Iynn,- to W\V-lilhorner. commenci:g a" county. The ce!rk was directeol to no-
post notices as required by law. the northeast corner of Wetherall's tify Mr. Mc('raney of thie saidl ap-
The petition asking for road from place, and from the Norwalk road in pointment.
Rocky Sink to Ocala was refused, front of Wellhorner's. was laid over The following was filed by Commis-
Th4. hard road overseer filed his re- until the next meeting of the board, sioners Math,,ws and Pyles:
k port. which is as follows: Petition requesting road from Mic- "We. the committee appointed to
Mr John L. Edwards. Commissioner anopy to Mclntosh through Mr. confer with Mr. Leonard Redding,
in Charge of Hard Road Work in Smith's lands, was referred to Comn- relative to the road passing through
District One. Marion County. Fla.: missioner Turner to investigate and his field. lpea leave to report as fol-
I beg to submit the following as report at the next meeting of the lows: On the l th we called on Mr.
my i'port for work and expenditures board. Redding. and discussed this matter
for the month of September. 19S. Tle board thereupon adjourned un- with hita thoroughly. He insists, by
Eight days of September I worked til Wednesday morning at S o'clock. petition of the citizens adjoining him

on the Ocala and Summerfield hard Wednesday that the Irvine road be changed so as
road near Belleview. I then moved The board met pursuant to adjourn- to avoid damaging his fields, and save
camp and located same over on the ment with all members present, expense of a i0g fill that will have to
Ocala and Dunnellom hard road. about Upon motion it was ordered that a bie made beyunil his place. The
four miles southwe-t of Ocala. My letter from Mr. .1. T. Lewis. inspector chang-e l)rayedi for reads as follows:
fir:.t work on this roai was 'o g -ade 0 co(.(uvicis. hie copied in the minutes (iFo ,les(''li ian and diaguraml see pe-
Idotl, one hill and mnake a fill that andt reo',t- of (comni-is ioners PAylts ttion on tl,' i:n the ('lerk'e office.
I tok me ione week to ctmipit 'ot. I and Edwa'rds le also copied. Sign, .1-. M1 ,thews antid S.R.
lhon ctmenlicei roai building g T a Office of Super-risor of Slaitt e Couvic". pvl,.s.
poin'i on the Shady (;ro\n roadl where Moss Bluff. Florida. St' pt. 2:. 1P''s. I; 1ip1o(l motion or'd.'ere lh'
sa;,l roa'i turns> south. which is a.* out ion. .ohil L.. Ed .wards. ('hairmant () tht. c.:,an',. arant,.,.
three nilses OUt from Ocala. I .1' ie t Bl'1 r.i tf 'Colin y iv o(').n issioIel;t'r T h co I, :-ii 0 t* -tIoott)o:t a11ppoint -
:il; 710 l ofie-('.iua7"er o'f a' t .M arioi (t.u ini ". Florid'a.: t',d T() .,',' ; ,,, "-ttii' ice f(:hr ti'
rt-a 1. i. a\e" pit in ', Ood w,.rkinW ( l lar S!--O n S piet' l>-r 2'nd 1 \i- -jail. ,' por'l ;.1.i it w-a-. l'st not O)
sh:0l*;'. I fn tt thaI I ani oiiog 10 Ilav1 itt'.i lot ctunb y (anIp 0+ E. P. RIentz I ,,:; }h-a,; int thli jail. ut 10 to use
Flo, 1-"a iv talw
t4 lot' u, i 2r"l,,h i, ii i o t s" mt l s a n J, tr ,,'s l m i ln e', ('ot p t ,t!; S i .v te r S-'-i i Z5. i s a i. l i .n ii t. I.d tli Al-
aot 1 '-'riard tilte ,ro:res o(f thl ,hard j ic(tounty prisoti'r a at \e w(1ork ,t W. I 'm on 1 r,.' i ,' Mr. Fot. Mr. M1 .l%-
ro t leiildin tnh -s w 17 1 \I'+ s$ !h*v 1 .Bll. a t!!r K 'o v :- i; : "j,-*1 le to plact'e I.I,. !1? '-
Sth+' work. oitlonths ial, wh-o. o S,' '01tl)er l.h, '..sary I'epail'.- at thle jail.
y , ,Uhrehi. o th, g his too n d by gelli nAg il t)A 'ii I kiitl lo'!" a pllublic road
-incl ding all bill'-. 1,', ', of prisoneit'rs,. c ,aught tinld",- a i-'iiro a iroll a11d 'p illl112 ,i i co rnI r of loIs in
+ II hir ol 110 toliniiarst(-
irul,'- hirIe of free laho! and gnards I 10) my visit had i lad no ihy'sicia ti o I)in t,.ho n itii t iirWt 1'"
i 'ight hundr,, and thirty-five ,1ol- atltend bin I ,xam il ,'', the 1an'ls w iith lie I > Ill(! 1)ut" n1l 'ion 1uoili l'
ar-:- and forty-foutr c ts, M roa! foot. a dti ('On .,!r i" v ry ad road o the lin, iiain ari
vareit'' lly :x mo ~ \(
ac ou ti, at hank is o *'rtn lr'awn to the wound an t nl esst ic is \t'V ca'eful l I. L,. I Ili t'-. a tli.->anc7 (f 1-2
: t" o $4:, Think $22.', -iil >iv lv ntildt", he will t"t olab'y lose his Coo mil,,s. wa- ret!,rr,,,! Ito (Con i.ii-ribt:
f l i :iwn ru n m eIn thrc.,z h O c 01o 0 1'I I r,'' i, "i t h,1 2 i tt"I ii :11e OIICt'. andl, M at I ht 'w s.
Respectfuliv. htook Iti,,' llatt'1 Il' 11 vitl yohu"r cvo( t Yv l Pnsionw)s o! 1 --. Eiizaoetlh 'W. Af-
S ....... I-.1... ;-;.... 1) t \ I\\c ll T o etd]', I tw'. !',,fL M r- r ^,\-. ,, ., i , a. l .Tr

The following petitions for permits
to sell liquors, wines and beer in
election district No. 1 were taken up:
The application of Wm. A. Kallen-
berger, protest having been filed
against him on account of the loca-
tion expected to be occupied by said
party, and the board having been ad-
vised that only the character of the
individual applicant could be taken
into consideration by them. the per-
mit was granted to the said Kallen-
berger to sell liquors, wines and beer
in election district No. 1.
The application of Henry Gordon
coming on to be heard and no special
protest having bi en entered against
said applicant, it was upon Inotio n o)r-
lered that a permit he granted 10o sai-l
(;ordlon to sell liquors, wines and
beer in election district No. 1.
The application of W. H. Tison to
.-.ll liqiitors. wine- and het-r In e'lc-
ri,.i 1iSiTric'( No. 1. was tNl se.l.
The aloli'.cat' o o" T'ios. 1). Roib-
!1 i'' for pWrilit to sell liquors. W\il s
ali i" r in election ,11ti-ict No. 2;
'x&- .aniwedl'.
hoe alpplic'a ion of \\'. 1. 1 o'1.0 to
>-.)! lin if,'< \V ni^ and hoo;" ill *1 <'

District No. :-C. M. Mathews, 11. 10 pairs of W white W ool
WV. Nettles. W. I). Mathews. insbs.-e sz W
ors: D. E. Mathews, cl'ei- double beds 1 -4 size. Thes
D)islrict No. 4-.1J. S. Weathers. J.
F. Parker. Chas. Veal. inspector-; D in order to appreciate the real
. '"rco. ('1e 'i' F $3 p c 1
'No. _-w.H. ,lilfoylo. W. F ormer price $3.50, special pri
.1. Folks, .. T. ti utchi's, in sl, ,c'o-.;"
.1. B. Mc(,'he'. clerk.
l)istl.iict No. C-11. E. Aikon.1 C. AT
WitoR.i 1Stokt'so. 'X. As the above named good
. Jordan. clerk. values, they will not last long
District No. 7-J. M. Doughlass, t. n o
'i. Goin, .John Smith, inspectors: 1I
W. Douglass, clerk.
District No. ,-J. WV. Davis. S. J. 1f B
Dillard, WVm. E. McKay. inspecto:'"-
A. D. Mitchell. clerk.
District No. 9--J. L. C.arney, R. '.\i.
Blair. J. A. Scott, inspectors; H. IH.
Henry, Sr.. clerk. The Acknowledged Chea
District No. 1->-W. E. Martin, A. t th
W. Fort. A. M. Higgins, inspectors; Store in the City : :
J. M. Mark, clerk. Magnolia Street
District No. 11-T. W. Randal!, R.
D. McDonald, P. L. Durisoe, inspect-
ors: C. H. Rogers, clerk. YOU WANT T
District No. 12-Calvin Long, D. E- CHI H nfl.
McRae, Malvin Long. inspectors; F,-T H E B E ST H G H 1 A U i
ter McRae, clerk.
District No. 13-j. W. Stevens, A. It does'nt pay to play "hit or miss"
P. Mulroe, Joe Bunimby. inspectors; You can't afford it. Plant only what
Frank Priest. clerk, pure and reliable.
District No. 14-w. H. Massey ( Our seeds have the reputation of be
T. Matchett, L.. J. Harper, inspeeto'-s; We will be glad to send you our pri
Frank Jordan, clerk, able seeds on request.
District No. 15-C. A. McRai J.
B. Booth. John Irvine, inspecto-': R. W Me. M IXON SEE
B. Irvine. clerk. CHARLESTON .
I)isrIict No. 1i--S. Raimey. 3er-,".I
Townseni. A. C. WVlh.ite. inspectors;
R. K. \Warzmarn. clerk.
District No. 17-J. R. Wil,lo', I V. W. Jackson, Z. A. McClaren. ,. L, ury. $1219.51
Griffin. F. Bishop ins s Hopkins. H. WV. Douglass. C. R. Veal. I'he board
WV. Griffin. F. N\V. Bishop. inispr',i o ') .;I
WValter ('redlt'. clerk. .1. R. Turnipseed. J. R. Viltler aind E. '.t,.,,! Ocolp,
Di)isirict No. 1--E. P. TowN ,,vi -,tl. S. l jto I 'O'i' ih
I\V. I.'. Shioc XV. 113. living -!, The following justices of the, otiact i.011,1 th,. t.
WV. II. Shoc(kle:y. W. B. living< ,. T p ^ } ^ 0"t-.^ *'* h.b
i t'. ,'-p ctors"- N. .. Towns.ndl, cl,.r'. il'ti their reI )orts sho vwing fines il ,'.l .,ti:t12 he-I,
District No. lI -.Joh,,.n Paster. <;' iiip)Os'ed as follow's : holr.d twly.
C. Mo (is C. F.t .T. L. .Johnson. fino's $2, cost.. $..1 ,: I h' -r 2.1h.
. ~ ~ ~ C 1-7ri ( (.F.\at, tan its- "
or B: C,-+gins. clerk. R. C. Douglass. fines $2-.: costs $11.2L, sii {.,. 1)7:II
Isirt No. 2 .I. 'ili.. I. BT. *atrksdah'l fines $55: costs j .IO
D [) .,,ric !, N o). "2 1- -\V 1. \Villi-;. I I. 1 ".1 1
(,,')V'W , .. W '. 'om eult.r, ins-)ec,-(' : 2I 7.' I: *,IJos( lh B ll.t Co'lIn1y jtd.-1. 8.. T. SIS
; ~fit+,s $:',7m,< costs $129.11.
eor-e Ht. Bitch. 61-I.1. 13 u.TH
No.11 tax col 't 01' !'eport 'Il iM ORE THA
I)istri.; No. 2 1-.1as. N. S1,,e1,. R. "h- ax collc rl rt(,li e
C Ri iC.. .1. ( C. Fr l'.n ii sp. .(tors: ( l,-t', for SepfTeIltr )or1 the start.
0. M. (Gale. cletirk. | le.75. an ft'or the (otnty, $52.:. To mainta
Di-.-ri.icr No, _.-W-. E .lf. X'. W The (countvt treallslu'r filed his re- oor x.woman n
(,i .. A. FlMunl ia. inpt bc;or-s :yiolt 'ort f r lts ani lisbur .emn1'i s e ai'r thi v
WValkt). ('l,,rk. fmto' tli, month of Scptembe'I r a- fol- ani o lioly
\a i lr .- ullIniption of
Dis !ri('c No. -R. E. I1,rr, tn'v low'- sary for thel
,h..,I T ( rV.,,..i.,, -, .... It' School Fund c('ia -e' of stc

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I OCTOBER 17, !9 (1ND 20.

150 pairs of Ladies' Oxfords, small sizes,

worth from $2 to $2.50, Only $1.39.

Ladies' Hats, the best in the city for the
money, from $1.49 to $4.98. Your money
will be refunded if you are dissatisfied.


t II L Iq kIk & I. % # - + Lkt II C IIft 1i 1 1, r I i z j
di strict No. 21. a 0ariot l'COulyi.,
Fioridla. %vas ranteo.(d.
T' it commis-sioners the1 procee"ded; 50 Ladies' Cravanettes, guaranteed rain
,'i!l l thie so'lect.hin 0rl1of isI e ,')t'r. ,andl
tok s tosrve atthit'nera l a proof, worth $10 of anybody's money, selling
(.~to : to se rvie atlhli ovem er, a! .s 4..
los10 ', he i Noveme a- at $5.98 during the above three days only.
I)istrict No. i-Box 1: W. (W.'y-
att, J. T. Lancaster, L. F. Ballard, ;n-1
sectors H. C. Sistrunk, clerk. B ,x Ladies' Long Cloaks and Jackets at rem
2: G. WX. Martin. I. W. Ogle. E. P.
Taar inspectors; D stoks, duced prices. W e have a full line of them

District No. 2-S. L.. Friday. El Ront. and can save you money.
C. M. Carm. insI)pectors; B. P. Wilson.

Blankets for
\e must be seen
value offered.
ice $2.25.

Is are all big
, so come early.

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Ocala, Florida

with your seeds.
you know to be

being High Grade.
ces of all seaon.-


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T Othe Sterff of Marion County, of
t h ftbe of Florida:
f tIt kaowa tmat i, H. Clay Craw-
f-mt m-rvetary of state of the state
fd lmlia. do hereby give notice that
& pewW election will be held in Ma-
A eftt0 tate of Florida, on Tues-
&Wy Net succeeding the first Monday
b SkIenber. A. D. 1908. the said
Thlsay being the third day of No-

r l ve presidential electors.
Pa repre~utative from the 1st con-
@n-omal district of Florida, in the
S it-Afrt Congress of the United

For governor of the state of Florida.
Fo*r o-r,-tary of state of the state
f Flornda
Twr attorney general of the state
d fPorida
Pwr vemptn roller of the state of
r '.-a.surr of the state of Flor-

FPr superintendent of public in-
rwtikn of tbhe state of Florida.
For commissioner of agriculture of
th1 glate of Florida.
Frir itwo juRtlces of the supreme
amr, ol tbhe state of Florida.
For railroad commissioner of the
iate of Florida.
F'or two members of the house of
vpr*-*ntativtes of the state of Flor-
For county Judge.
P'tw beriff.
IPr clerk of the circuit court.
For county assessor of taxes.
Pin tax collector.
For county superintendent of pub.
Ib Instruction.
Par county treasurer.
For county surveyor.
For five county commissioners.
Flr three members of the county
ONId of public instruction.
JutPice of the peace in and for
O following Justice districts, viz:
No&. 1. 2. 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, 9, 10, 11,
IL. 13. 14. 15, 16. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22,
2. 24. 25. 26, 27. 28, 29, 30, 31, 32.
For constable in and for the follow-
M JuFtice districts, viz:
No. 1. 2. 3. 4, 5, 6, 7. S, 9, 10, 11,
12. 13. 14. l.. 16. 17, 18, 19, 26, 21, 22,
22 24. 25. 2N. 27, 28, 29. 30, 31. 32.
Is testimony whereof, I have here-
Mito et my hand and affixed the great
"l of the state of Florida. at Talla-
i9st., the capital, this th? first day
o September, A. D. 1908.
Secretary of State.
To Henry Gordon. Sheriff Marion
County. 8-2S-wtf.

Notice if hereby given that The
,ounTy commissioners of Marion coun-
ty. Florida. have appointed as inspect-
o nmd clerls for the general elec-
Uivn to be held November 3rd. A. D.
11 as follows:
Dlltrict No. 1-Box 1: W. XV. Cly-
st. J T. Lancaster. L. F. Ballar.l. in'
Ilgtorn: H. C. Sistrunk. clerk. Box
2: G. W. Martin. I. W. Ogle. E. P.
T -aarl. inspectors: H. D. Stokes.

District No. 2-S. 1.. Friday. Ed Roa.
C M. Cam. inspectors; B. P. Wilson.
District No. 3-C. M. Mathews. It.
W. N-tih'ls. W. D. Mathews. in-.pect-
on. D. E. Mathews. clerk.
Dihtrici No. 4-J. S. Weathcrs. J.1.
P. Parker. Chas. Veal. inspectors: D.
K. Baro. clerk.
District No. ,--W. HI. Guilfoylh. V.
J. Folk,. .1. T. Hutchins. ins'eciors;
J. B MeGehee. clerk.
rip'riut No. r,-R. E. Aiiken. ( C'. I
Whilton. R. D. Stokes. insoic-ors: V.
L .Jordian, clerk.
Dis'ric Ne. 7--.I. MI. Dotiglass. .1.
M. Going. John Smiih. inpsp, 'ior'.-: It.
W. Doudlass. clerk.
District No. S-J. W. Davis. S J.
Dllard. Win. E. McKay. inspectors:
A. D. Mitchell. clerk.
District No. 9-J. L. Carny. .'. M.
Dlair. J. A. Scott. inspectors: H. H.
Henry. Sr.. clerk.
District No. 1i-W. E. Martin. A.
W. Fort. A. M. Higgins. inspectors:
J. M. Mark. clerk.
District No. 1l-T. W. Randall. R.
D. McDonald. P. L. Durisoe. inspect-
arm: C. H. Rogers, clerk.
District No. 12-Calvin Long. I). E.
MRele. Malvin Long. inspectors; Pe-

spec'ors: Allen Stevens. clerk. MOVED TO MISSISSIPPI
District No. 27-F. W. Harp, E l Tu- I
totr. Jasper Brinson, inspectors; G. B. B S 1.
Parramore. clerk. I Mrs. B. S Bernard, who has had
District No. 2S-H. W. Shaw, Jr., ;charge of the society departmentt of
C. E. Lucius, Will Frayer. inspectors; ithe Journal for several years, left last
J. D. Scruggs. clerk, night. accon-panied by her two chil-
District No. 29-Clarence C. Priest, idren for Meridian, Miss., where she
W. V. Chappell, V. C. Wells, inspect- liren for M ian Miss., where she
ors; C. I. Grace, clerk, will join her husband. They will!
District No. 30-H. W. Long, C. :,ke their future home in that city. I
Haycraft. D. A. Clark, inspectors; '. ir. Bernard being in charge of the!
A. Ausley, clerk.
District No. 31-A. J. McLaughlin Ieridian Dispatch.-Pensacola Jour-
W. A. Yongue, D. B. Payne, inspect- al.
ors: E. S. Smith. clerk. . Bernard was formerly Miss
District No. 32-F. D. Freer, J. I.I Aurelia Marean of this citv.
Whittington. E. A. Smith, inspectors; I
D. B. Zetrouer. clerk.
This October 14. A. D. 196S. Mr. G. B. Parramore of Eureka, and
S. T. SISTRUNK. Clerk. Mr. J. L. Parramore of Holder vere
Board of County Commissioners, pleasant callers at our sanctum Tils-
10-1w hen these gentlemen part-
'Wm.Xhen these gentlemen depart-l'


Notice is hereby given that the
Board of county commissioners ,have
jon this dlay e-xam.uined and revised the
registration books of this county, and
have erased therefrom the following
Ocala Precinct. No. I-Addison,
Samuel, dead: Biggs, T. E.. moved:
Bullock. S. A.. dead: Barco. J.1. M..
moved : Condon. W. I).. ,deadt: Con-
don, W. W.. moved: Crawford,
F., dead: Close. Geo., dead; Carmi-
chael. E. H.. dead: Chambers. W. J.
moved; Culverhouse. B. J. dead: Foy.
H. B.. Jr.. moved: Gadson. Harry,
moved: Hilburn, J. P.. move(l; Hen-
ry, J. H.. moved: Hendtricks, C. R..
dead: Mathews, G. G. moved; Moffalt,
T. W., moved; Owen. T. J., dead:
Parr. L. J.. dead; Stafford. 1.. D..
moved: Weathers, B. S.. moved.
Shady Precinct, No. 7-Ulmer, Wes-
ley. dead.
Moss Bluff Precinct. No. 10-Holly.
J. P.. dead; Pillans. P. P.. moved.
Grahamiville Precinct, No. 11-
Cox, W. R.. moved.
Salt Springs Precinct. No. 12-
Knibbs, Ernest. moved.
Anthony Precinct. No. 17-Boyd, J.
Q. dead; Daniels. S. B.. lead: Gri-
ner, J. B., moved; McDowell, W. M..
Sparr Precinct, No. 2-.-Jones, Phil-
lip, dead.
Fairfield Precinct. No. :;1-Ham-
mond. W. D., dead: Smoak. J. D. (no
such name); Young, N. G.. no such
The said board of county commnis-
sioners will meet on Monday, Octo-
ber 20th. A. D. 194's. for the l)urpost'
of restoring to the registration books
such names as have been wrongfully
or erroneously erased or stricken

:ed they left tlhe Ocala Banner two
dollarss richer by their visitation.
Both gentlemen report things in their
rrespecltive sections in a most prosper-
ous condition, and a hriglhter outlook
for the coming season.

Mr. Frank Adams. who owns. a Land-
some home at Jaspeor. is largely 'nier-
i I'.b,,', in th, i,'rcainti!e i li sinel s t ,t
,]as;er., .:.' City and White Springs..
and owns large bodies of land in
Hamilton andi Columbia counties, is
offering the whole for sale at bargain
prices and will move to Jacksonville',
where he will permanently reside, i

i Mr. J. S. Mathews, one of the old-
iest, most substantial and progressive
! farmers of Leroy, was a visitor to
-Ocala Tuesday. If all the farmers in
the county were as prosperous and
progressive as Mr. Mathews we would
,need no county fair to proclaim the
'fact that ourss is ono of the choicest
cont ili-s in Florida.

Miss Anna Mlixson leftI Monday
Sfor Mississippi to be present at the
marriage of her friend. Miss Maggie
Bailey, who lives near Jackson. Miss
Mixson wiill be away for about three
weeks. Miss Bailey will he pleasant-
ly relmeinbered! here. having spent

the, winter with Mlis-"
years ago.

AMixson twot

Mr. Clifford Ayer,'. wlio has Ibeen
)I'II- s ing the. s1me'r at Mclntosh.


A meeting of the democratic exec-
utive committee of Marion county is
hereby called to meet at Ocala, Fla..
October 21, at 11 o'clock a. m., for
the purpose of discussing and consid-
ering plans for the success of the
democratic ticket at the general elec-
tio nto be held Noovember 3-, 190,-. A
full attendance is earnestly desired.

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sh,,rouse o, Ir-
vine were among the out of town vis-
itors in Ocala Monday. During th*
day they visited our office, and as
Mrs. Sherouse had never before visit-
ed a printing establishment, she was
very much interested in the working
of the linotype machine and power

MIr. tleintz has been busily engag-
',1 all the week in taking up old
plants andl setting out new ones

-roiund the court houso.

He has

I l:tn ,ee s(m .,n beautiful rose bi she's.
and is also planting violets, and the
flower beds in our court yard wil be
very beautiful the coming ,-winter.

Miss Josep!hine Bullock has gone
to New York City to spend the wiptetr
with her aunt. Mrs. Tom WVright. She
accompanied her cousin, Mliss Sally
Bell Rice. They sailed from Jaeson-
ville Monday, and a card received
from them at ('harleston said that
they were having a spleinlid trip.

Mr. S. D. Moon. of Floral (C'ity.
chairman of ibe democratic executive
committee e of Citrus county, was in
Ocala Tesdav on his Nwav to Tavares


A farmer on Rural Route 2. Euni ire.
CGa.. W. A. Flod iy, sav-:
"Bucklen's Arnica Salve c'rud the
two worst sores I ever saW. oli nloi l'yv
handle and one on my 1 .g. It i.- wr'h
more than its weight in llgld. I
would not he witlhotlt it if I lhail to
mortgage the farm to g,.t it. ()llh
25c. at Tydings & Co.. D)ria 1S'ol- ill


\\ a rp roqiiest#eIlT() aimo ilco- t* hId
Hioii. (;eorge \VW. Alleni. of Key e~.t
l'eiuildi(.an caxilidate- wrfor liat-s'- fill'
this district. Wwrv,! W ~ ILEfI
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Major H21.l. .%hoIi\\o.,T Ie*.t -I!

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Kiliiili'(if Flora,! (it>. .and I -
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is boiiii..1 tied, it hiivii "4'eiitI'.!i

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brief' buIsiness visit. I!e' is re,*r',-,.t ,
inti the Southerln Sxr111 ('oIlrliIllyi o)I


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to at d the Stokes ur r trial i 1( is l-in. exce llet t s;les. !t, ,,.nr ;t p 'I '
to attend the Stokes 'tielheril. i s ,exellt sits I -i

wNhich is now engagig the attention of I'ri()i O(cala lto Dnn,.llon.

the court at that place.

Roev. Dr. \W. t. I)odge' w,'ill return
friom Fernandina Frida n. in wil lite
j(lined(' iy his \vit'1 altd! d,:hti,'. Mrs.
Mary l)oge' X Maddllox. anid 1lh''y \"I11 re-
turn lh I(ol]- to Ocala. nimuclh to th re-
gret of their .Jacksonvile, friiendss, whi)

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therefrom, (l.,aw dlowii T ()c"ala Sa4ordlav aftr- nr' alwaVs Ilad to v,(.leomi, t,, l.
This October 14. lhr-.. r. \" !. ,rr,,-. i Ti' NsAT-nion.ONAL DEMOCRA r t !
S. T. SISTRU'NK iC rk. !) to nd a fw da with h',.- T i -Union. i. .-i A i 1 ORS
1-lfw fWfit I1d. l. Fr()ii her' h li returns to V ,\:,V. ViN f iii'r r
ATlanta to colli'lete his d,,ntal stii- Th, ret;iil hardware ,n all ,v X ,>v \\,, ;,r, arr- T r w '. T I
NOTICE .11-. 1i, has (inlyV one ,more year in i Florida will mn ,r in .la.' o,1ivill, 01 I ,., ,, ,,;,. ,f r,,. '
'l!) I -I,. I't, i'r Xv i eh 1 ''i w ll I i, ll- O toIl), lt e h t for ti. rf r, I 'l t h r ,
Of Proposed Amendment of Charter flE.(l.,,, defltist. f.Ia1Iiziig a sil'ong s s A l., t'T ,:
of Mutual Mining Company Itifodt Od Tne s'tle w P;r onitn' m a strong sAp S \\1 I:. \ .A
Notice is herelby tzivon that the MIu- i lost f tle it, loniinent (ioin{)i oii,'s 01' t;, i tIs of :t ;ln o01 ni.Jhtt ri.i- \ 'h -
tual Mining Comp;iny. a corporation! I.OST- H1'c io..l"' (oltoId >'r' tii1 stle w i 1drf Tiv' s to a \iiiripiii rit ;!.! on .
oraniz aie nd a xis-;i'i ldeaor atnd by. I )y lI,. .-t .1 o (11 <,;i. alleii o "1l.o!,, ,i.s Ieeting. he a ;rglment. Ponsa(cola .1 rirnt1. illg >c'; p.'
viilile of ibe lw\vs of !he state ofa11, )lit ,n -n ye rs old," white s, ri pes
Florilda. iursiuanit 1o re-sollitioins of its aro both hind legs: li in bot
stockholders. in ends t( apply to the a' r ,nth hi lind both .. .. ......... .. ...
governor of If,*, state of Florida on Lost. Saturday Sept ember 2I. i I %
the ninth day of November, A. D). 191s, from Kendrick road, 3 1-2 ile Pfrorn 9
a' Ta llahassevl. Firi,!a. 1o a'!end lit" OcaIa. Anyone finding n,:il will be
charter as follow-: i R L.
Article III. which now r'ads as fol- li"('rally reward by notifying R
lows: Jones at hKendrick postoffice,. 1 -2-2t w.
-! un of Ih'. capital--- J | *f-- A ^T^ f S^PV
stockk auihorized by h.e corpora- .;.ni rs. L. I.. Aiken of Rock,
lIonwll h.- Two H tmndlrt~dThoi-r ~ M.:hi!u.L .Ale fR
and Dollars, divided iilnt(o t Iw f p1111i-s. who ha v' t1)" s]j)ond ing a g 5B
ih(oiis ind sli'rs of ih' par va i.' vorv yhappv ysuimmr with r c: O.,' Hindlr-,l Dollars per shar-, their ol hom, in (,errt, h(vc re-

*~a al ict, in lawful mone y of t he turn-*. I-1 011. gt1T lit '11C'lfjt ('( hv
Unite.l-States, The same to be hirtrip.
^-1- atto bie i.;s*lO(lhrt DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
hlien thr' nionoev tlelr'(for has
b<^n paid into Th4, ;pT-; nry.v. Tt, rinds fN M r. 1,. \V. Drew, who
Shia he anwi folloms:'and 1%0ho:151 we s thought
SW ilk awUtl!1wi> Ill41;it o 10 io oMl'AI S
'"S-hv- 010; a'l^ ';';,".^ ;;, READYAWMADEjoSKIRTS LADIES'FNCOT f
i, 01 will w F.oIur 1u1iiilr,'l tha: i i,.) wo!s,. ,nv t that hi,;I--
Th,,isand DT)llars. .!ii.'<,I i into !of 11 ; '; ov t' ; Ii trt;.itii<1th Io b o -'-ao
f.r i bcunThe s1nl sii1r. 1 of the liar iI
N al.;, of Oine ihirr.,-4d l)ollars p.r NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION I
~nnp.iaya'.>1 ill lawfil moir-v otj 2^T-*\ r r l-
Snta d a' aid in awul to 1 -- It is to the interest o Before uIa
i;Ih, itetnl, ,t at'-. the, :tnivt be) |), 4It rb yngaC at o
inn-;:sse al)l'. ,andI t)o )t, issu-iit 1. D)'partmeont of the Interior,
l h~iithe o niony therefore has V. S. I.and Offlce at (ainesville, Fla. i and
,.ld,, il-,( )he l ry of the i s# nbr 5. 9as.i every Lady in Ocala and Rain Coat, let us show
compal);ny. 1 hc o
Article VI which now radls s fo- Notice is hereby given thit Ezra D.I it y I They
lows: Benson of Anthony. Florida, who, on n oun t or n w
**The highest anmomit o indelt- May 1. 19117. made homestead entry.
eiln-'s orliaiiit toxvheh his No. 207.64f(Serial No. 0421 'j l sonuthiP
co is or iai l s .21;toay iosu -th. this store, and inspect the are of the newest designs:
ject itself shall h, Two 1tinlr,,i' half southwest quarter and south half
Thousand Dollars." south.-ast quarter, section 32, town- handsome l r pi DEt
Shall be an,-,;d.d so as to read as ship 13, south, range 2". east, Talla- very handsome line o ready- Empirei
folows ho.,t hassee, Meridian, has filed notice of: c 5, i m I
-T heohighest ai -ou .lttno i1in d te I nmar
edntss or liability to which intention to make final five year proof made skirts we are now Chiffon, BErlo l
corporation shall at anytime suiI- to establish claim to the land above
ject itself shall he Four Hundred I described, before Register and Receiv-- I h of h t 1 t d
Thousand Dollllars!;." er a G F showing, all of which were the latest
Thousand Dollars." er. at Gainesville, Florida, on the I Sown awweetet n,.,

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Demo-rats, Republicans, Socialists, People's Party, Prohibi-

tionists and Independance Party Will All Be On Official

Ballet at the Coming Electinn ., v em-. .

A special from Tallahassee says that
Secretary of State Crawford has just
eompletei 'he list of the succeful
candidates in the recent primary anil
issuedl certificate., to those who,--
uames will appltiear on the ballot a,
tb. gen, ral Ilec(tiuon o NOven'.'x, :;d.
o(''rtlificat hax- b e,-een issue.' l io iio
.1. Waiter K(,hoe an: I)aien-'t- Mayvs.
cai,,ii~ia~ts lor ('Olltres- trom 4he'
Thir-: (On' gr,.-ssionill Distri". a iil'l4 e
lib (,: h11} Ol -l ;e-v nt'l!t-'i<-; v. ill
t -.. litf.l 10 I (1 doiliocr1i'i. v ;)'r.
T -*. Flori ;a
T i,, c on) i p i e:,- lls T. a '- c .' : ![\ '. \ \
t' S I.('r.'tlar ol S' it is a. fol1 \ :
Fr-" I)istrict-STeph.-ii M1. Spark-
matt ei.mocrat (;-(t. w\. .A ie:. ri
puliican: C C. Alien, s ociaii-
Se( and Districl--Frank Claik. ,i,:;.
cora; William R. O'Nea'i. rt-liuldi(an:
A N. Jackson, socialisc.
Third District-J. W\alter K,-ioe.
democrat: Dannette Mays. democrat:
William H. NorthuP. republican: C. M.
Wood. socialist.
Presidential Electors.
Democrats-H. P. Bailey. P. W.But-
ler. Robert E. Davis. George C. Mar-
tin. Samuel Pasco.
Republicans-Z. T. Bielby. C. H.
St ewar. J T. Carlbel, H \V. Bishop.
c. G Parlin.
Pwle,. Party-D. L. McKinnon. T.
J Bell. W. R. Peterson. Jr.. I. H.
Cahoon. Henry Brush.
Prohibition Party--Stephen E. Fes-
ter. F Pr,-tcoit Bullock. Francis P.
Covffin. E. E. Johnson. Franci.- C.
Suciali-t--E. B. Bark r. .1. J. Co'-
lint. .1 N Le.-. E C. PO)-'T. E. C S. -i;!.
Ind.'pen.d.- nc, lar:y--R 1. M, C in-
ir'k. '!. .1. M ceDonlI ''I!. .1 .o P:.'i;u1 i
Jr W, C. Harpe". L. P. Th:an; <-tn.












Letters to the New York Worldm

To Look Like a Den

Bryan Talk in Minneapolis

At tbhe West Hotel. where one would
expect all the talk to be republican.
as ach Bryan talk as Taft talk is
beard. There is a large republican
Brya" Club at the State University.
ibhe intelligent negroes are outspoken
for Bryan. Today the president of a
local life insurance company toll me
that though a life-long republican, he
tbould vote for Bryan. and thai the
vice president would do likewise, be-
cautk, ot Bryan's character and Roose-
Sel,\.- dictation of Taft's nomination.
A republican from Iowa. and another
from the state of WVashington ex-
prs.-,.d th, view that this is a free
cotintry andi no dictation from the
,r,-si-.i-nt is wanted. They will vote
t.r lir.! 11. Labor- is leing o---aiizi
a,) itil \ vot,' a tAinst
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Anderson. Aexandria and Elmwood
Will Go Democratic
Anderson. Indrana. Oct. 7th. 11,S.
To the Edlitcr Ocala Banner:
In accordaiice with my promise of
so:ue ,i inn, a^z if my memory serves!


Announcement has been made that'
a regular steamship service will be
operated between Jacksonville and
Hamburg, Germany, andl other Euro-
pean ports about the first ot Novem-


'&si e )1 rig fl boill to eidr.ilMr. Lonis IR. ('haz-7ainnd 1Mr.(lu.
will- 1heccustom o ohr1a (01114.1-1' 1i.\ 012> 1~r[tm ~~of this citv are loth ((tillO(t-
'razitns hte ha., nitinit' .his -iC-I*~wt 'l lmi''(iliAl
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... *" me ii i i :iile trie promIiOse 10ito rite The cargoes will be takt-n Gn at tilhe
-a word fr',m ,lit. city. Any goo, demo- nw phosphate elevators of the Cunim-
eanr: t i'a :t ff'.1-1, T1o irl~l'or his )ron"se
t Stct ff 0 iioi his praise. inlor Lumber Company at Cuinmler's
Derriocratic State Ticket. woir i t To our clir y of *.iI. hIiere large export terminals
Governor-A!1)jr- \V. (;'ilchri::. -.iI-r.s I \\ ha a iopu-.aton of t colieted.
S'c! I,'ary of Stu;,--H. (lay c:;.iw- Ci ti-:. l- own o()l ( ltc- Tilt construction bl 1 the \\ WV.
Trd. Ir ii-'i "'' :1(- ol' of Iht )l- l (1 y C(dllllummer Lu, ber Coiimpany of t: big
Coinpirol'tvr-A. C. Cro.; w '. x-' ,: !I 'h, worl. iterint x p ; terminal.- is another iaipo:iait
_'n I'-l f hr zI '.vo
Tr'-a.-ir- \\"-W. V. KI,, 'a'.,". liA ,: v' t-ol v cut l.Or'ise iim 10ad5, os.1 i d-.'p \ i-
CO( Ui i ioi.. r oi Asr;,.- i!,-, ,;f. -.: i.; .. i :. i".- a d o ,: to ti- ri vetr an ,! ,arbor. W or')k on
clit. "** ,", ',*. '1 1 1 AN-"t" s; 0 i- Ii(,,.-c, ll- as co I I las; M a rch.
n lT 01, I": " 1 :.:- .. _': -:' ()11' :"" '* l* :,:; !.. i. L a C t-illl i !Il, A w\a I -e Otf I lit hill-
o In- \V. 1I. I lo I i ( 'l' 1,, :. i' h' -';il "l elt o! 1 l4ie COl-i)IItiol! of tile
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I j.. AK v . s. .. I* .- ti 01 io 141, ion of I ie' if ia il
!ori: i '. I .:'*' ..*'*' '* i,:li<- i" <.-- i.ti~i ,: l':\i, i~i(;i t ri a o in. o ; l,'- ]:iuid

:in t.. .' ..... t; ; *.." ,\ L ." ; ,I' ''*, ,'.:-: t'.--. ,..,,l; ..r i ,o !l iu ,- IT,ri er ito t hi, i ad of
( il ( V : .'.', r:. .- ,; pi'. ita 21 i-t'oot chanlliel haits l,eel
Republican State T,'c et. ' ; r,..''' a T ,; ,,;:2:, ..' ,. .,'.i. (r a hann, l wa!h a ,d. Ip
1*;" T. ( I _*T1 ,a; O 1:, o, 0 ,I ...... (c'" i -i l (I"
(;,qo "e ,:- .I.hi Y.V .t U ,, .. V a.. .'n i i, lie sc.oo(l i.,:i!.iila. r, i -r. In fro. t of lt e liwr has
('(,lilrlii.r--.. i. ..< ;.,i, :t*,,i <1n,. t^i^ s, '^* :, ,l uI~ l'iisig of ;. \:- u-;, ^ ;,is ,) l, .t ,lg ^.^ x^i^ l^.< n ix (,,
1 so ir''n iit
Tri'as r,.,-r- I. i*:. \\w,.-'. r i111 o: T:L!, .n;.il thou.l- 'd. 1- allow I,, S ait, iu t. sp;:c ill
Secre-Ta.y o: S 1;' F. }p l'r- .lir>' i, ll i.- ]e ,- which to turn alrounlid and olhvwfs\e
A lOnI'1,'y {; .z:I';,1A- --l,',.,: Ce. Cu:,-: !**. n ^ ', ^ > ';I" iiH ,{:ll .- .- coH d : iver.
erly :,. noi, in I:. -, t, O id : T e.sodli st. Elis- The she erecledl upon the pier is
-" -" .2Iin ; by i-1 fee.. with a L.'!art ol 225
Supfrinten<.'It "of "ioP-J li( i i-.'llu- iion I' (l*: ... PFi' i. tisci\ and
4;e ConIin.issionr oi Af gricul_2 l ir.- Iti" ctOlrin lwiiIA aip -aa;ir;n(,e. -h '-, or warvlho ste is 12.1111 tons. the
S? runkol. | ,,(',<-,, o.r,i,.:. we "hay,, ".m all" ; . ^ j ^
St runkel. largest of its kindl in the state.
Railroad ('omini-sioner-S. V. Row- fro;:i :h.e Mas:,; iliC noa" of all g'adeIs Electrically Driven Machinery
v.h i.:, h, *v.1 ;.o;n ,n-ICirAl he All oft lhe mnachiwry of the plant
0!:.I a .,i .).--0ir .,, F
,Supreime (Coui-: Jn1ul s-E. Ivy. F. 0 1 O: Vwi.: ,. I ,1. 0. 0.h -.. is electrically driven, andl is the most
M3ar:. I .. ,-, (,. I, M. nlhs ot Iyt h- iil.,rn anl expensive mnachinery of
S,-. ,: '-. A -. Elr.. tlhe slatd1 the character iprocuirable.
Socialist State Ticket. 11d, l a a ~.... ca .. .,..:i p i.l I ii,',tre lC loc ,,inoti% l'dl crane. This c r(' I -*
(;o\, \' -A, ;. I,1 :.,.. .. *.,.< :*.. a ...... .,: h.. a;.n b vi i b '' ,o load the, rock ft)1 L.Al
"-'i'arIO o\ S :i' (. C.-. j c< .....:'.l... "l, to tl e ,h e .con\,,eyor. h]ic .
Trt.eas.-:r r-.\ ., K;.:b:. : l',i:ic.i'.i'. '.' I ,-e atll i.'.: s r -! \, n, i olWperation ', conlinuli ,llv 'cam'e''-

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'a... ; r . ,: .n i, ,' ., '" Te rot. Tr' I'I ;c' of drvi-i ,
,,- ..... .- .:J 1-.0. l 1)'i dtl .;,(l )'I reck. lIE']t tO)'"t'!r ],' iCti(' (1! d]ryiig
(',,!an" t' .('': C *0i~ l:. "'t .I1'1 :. '; I ll. ( V. .1. ?:I'*Il'i r^ <'ck a? 1h. I u Lc w ill 1,e .... li ',.. :, ..... :. . .',i ,,l in the futu re.. a ldl th -. r 'll-k
N.V Yor '. \ ', Vi'e .P"r-id';ial,, Can- viI ;1w hiliIppl here. crushed anI
,,.. ,i.,:'.- >. ? r!r,,n .in. we -i that ,'i v the i a; st i-mproved proe-ss.
S r TDIC U SION "' i" '" '.'"i 1 s"" t)e'uhl wthIThe dry will be done with th]e waste
,A L D,1SCUSS UIJO N P I ('a .I,< s as to th. r- Iroicts of the sawmill.
s-ls w.-ill ,,.I L,,'ir i-nown, Not 'ihllsi- The loading capacity of the plant
h.inlas b.t.n 11 -ud Cannon s~irolv
a.,In lial ', I ('i real.-,. ( a Urtn s, r wly ilti be 6m),O tons per (lay.
a pMore and V1, .t.o,,iac VOT,-.' as' l'"...-and The Cunmnier Company now ,ave
Beginning More and iore pai.. ,,, not rt,,ceivi, well. his the plant reay for operation, and

n1ocratic Victory. waving thte. sTnldpatisni flag in the they feel certain that 75.0.o) tons of
Faces of many reform republicans phosphate rock will be handled
'has driven ",:mn to opposite ranks, through this port, with the aid of
,ig stick." Whv wait until "ketch- Madison cot:rn- will cast her vote this their plant, each year.
I?' The president knew all before- time for Th.' matchless leader and The company has six big phosphate
Lnd and said nothing, commoner of the people. Hon. i- mines near Newberry, Alachua coun-
A. S. J. STOVALL. liam Jennints Bryan. A vote it has not ty. They intend to handle only the
Elberton. Ga. Oct.. l9,. done for 2'. 'ars since the location shipment of products from their own
* ef factories in this city. Elwood and mines through the new plant.
he Greatest Corporation in the Alexandria. oving to the fact that we The inauguration of the new Gans
World lhve thousand,- of laboring men on steamship service from Hamburg to
The republican party is the greatest half or :no ia:l: from the manufactur- this city will be the beginning of Jack-
rporation in the worldl-capital ini- o these three sonville's export business, an,1 from
07,i<>,.).,..Ooi. representing Ih cities. Shouidi this prove to hte ac- all parts of the world will doubtless
?alth of the U'nited States: a holi- cI1ttitllt la'er :ep-rts will follow. I come steamers to the Cummer pidr to
g company. while it lasts: l:,.'.- ri.-: T h.' B l!:,i With Ii.much I;lasure. be loatled with cargoes of phosphate
,, sharetholders who each have *. a '3 t' 5.rock. (German'- is the largest impeort-
tre: 47S.,,<" employee's. IT has a p1r.s- BEN.i. H. COOK. 1' of Florida phosl)hale rock, the
ent. vice pre'idleiit and sixty di,.,',- F;-orida a,'ticle l)eing given I)refe'ence
s. ihe latter hteinz senator- .f T'., THE MAN OCHS i: ,r tlhe manufacture oef high-grada for-
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!IlglS inIect mlosqu(itoe(s, a,!Id afiT" lThe stand on )op
i --tTIlIS ndeg(''.o certain lleh1a1ges inl the (which o(an is
i ,Y ,oof T ," ".!( l-ZquiTo. ul.' latter canl and by a stil
in turIlni infllte'C lIllmanl beings. It li has stand upoll) oil
Ibjen'l foIund necessary for the germ to whatever rise
have this change of hliosts from man i to all Ilt aga
to mlosqulito( an, from losq(lil to tion is "heir
ailn or it will beoetnie extinct Iroim the world is t
failuretl' of r'I)roduction0. way sjunward,
SThetse germs cannot be isolated anld brethren in l
i male to grow outside, of the living getlher the fru
body on artificial food such as potato. "Our feel wit
ifIly or bouillon, as can the germs of h
diphetheria. tuberculosis, erysipelas. -Florida

,of a d'ea.I )a-t. out of
a) living ar".-alni. 11',"
1 higlel. civili/zation wiln
ir bleachh,, .-.knills. l>u,
's above u. will lol'ng
,s below. .!"'lh civiliz.1-
of all thie a-s." \\'h,'.
hl()l.,h ,,*.,l 1.g l's |a'till-
we ani aall omllr anciel i
he dust sh:,!l share to)-
ilit of a1-' on ag.~e.
h angel's \\wins shall vie,
palace of the sky."
a Christian Advocate.

etc. They 'an, however, (be easily
seen with the aid of the microscope SCARED ABOUT NEW YORK
both in the blood of human beings ____
and in ,lo(llito', sVWaller \\ Wellman wi'es i'from New
H~al h Note. -were used freely in York to the Chicago Record-leraild as
preparing this article. Some wood follows:
cutss of The mosquiito mav be secured "Having made oxlni iiquiries
for use in the next article as to the state of public ','ling here
O('ALA BOARD OF HEAL.TH. in New York I deom it myllduty to
point out that there is :1.lliing sure
WHAT THE MAN WILL WEAR alout the ver(liei of N; Iork., doubt
does exist. The well-ni'iht ,lecisive
Evening thirty-iline lctoral vot(s of tie
Slialow an ll halir-lino- trip)es in state are yet to be fought tfor. There
,\llaningl clotles are p)atteorn's which aret, elements which threate,,n U eIO)'as-i-
szme of th t i gw'ig Ta.ilors are gailn ant surprises for I hose who havo set-
', 'omen111(1, ingl. Two Ilnconionlv" fJ tiled down into 1the cOlltortable belief
s t abrcs are black-gray wot- that the state is safe and sui're. It is
cad and blue-black worsted. In eachli possible to stuivdy t h conilitions
black is. of' curse, the predomninalt 0now existing here without, conliiig to
color, and only enough of the other the conclusion that their not elect
is introduced to lend lustre and rich- is to help the democrats. If we coM-
uess. The cut of the fashionable pare the Bryan of ISfM and 1 i0 with
evening suit does not differ noticea- the Bryan of today in the opinions of
ily from that of last spring. Thim- the people of New York. he has gain-
ness of air and softness of outline I ed tremen(lously. Evidence of this is
are still the attributes most sought, found in the well known indifference
The waist of the coat fits snugly, the of banking and commercial men to the
skirts extend slightly below the knee outcome of the present election.
and the lapel is long and rolled. One Those who are republicans are, as a
sees quite a few lapels with corners rule, against Bryan, but not savage-
rounded off. iv, ,i,', r .i ,inn .. in. n .... i.Q -

A t.r. i o.,Vn IUn 1UIno i Ig T, j OKupoii 1 puo-
Afternoon sible election as a fore-runner of the
Lamb's wool is the favored mate- national disaster. They are not spend-
rial this season for the frock coat. It ing money to defeat him. Many busi-
ig1 1 # i t M ltell lhg% Qnrvv* n 1c -_ ^.------_

M K N K-U U -- U~7 m u . U I

Scientists boldly assert that these
three naturally and habitually co-ex- A few days ago we mnt Brother
ist. W. J. Crosby of Ocala. wl:o showed
It must be understood, however, some blistered hands. He said: "I
that only a certain kind of mosquito buried twenty people yeseriay: morn-
can become a factor in disease, ing. all in on grave." Ha 'ing start-
The marshy pond. the flies, insects., led us and exci1'..d our curiosityv, he
., hot weather and bad sanitation explained the :'t;Ier. and impressed,
:'e all calculated to aggravate n.ala- us that there might b, -"' thing in
ial .flufnces wb-Lre the latter al- Ithe interment of more :hait ordinary I
:xist, therefore they are ;oh be i inerst. Brother (n-(,y i.: a !urpen-'
;abaed or gotten rid of if possible., t.lte oi.rto. One far: has bot
But The truth is, none of these clP | five thousand acres. U!'.,n .r is lan
produce' or ransmit malaria. That is \a r.lic hn111:,r. or etihno.,_ist. was .lis-
the role of ) t'e, mosquito. and 'he mos-i cover"! wi'h 0 o*In, oih- :- ia,(r',-s ,!i-
q !o'.O onIi;,. a ,.nial]e mo)sin ito. t e," .\n-j in (, 'n, l. h.\ ; i
O];}:' '"'I'-' .' ,,' 11 "o (' O"I,,l l crt i "n v. !,'i. t' ::*'\ !
a r; ,,,( ,.l- naa y 7"'> .^, c!.:,, i x- T K lIn,| ;, j;;v<.- ^: in1 ';,. ') ii:<. "iv.,:i
; i t:i .- T -.v **< t'ill T' Illl*ylh of o-i; vf of-" ~ .n *; !- ;l* s
.t. .i ' ,t-.lid ., o .' l \,i,t \ ..... ,? 1 ;- ': ; ".. t" c t 1^ ,)," .', .", ...; ". j
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l i,(.CC' ,: l'(); roo o()) il il alaoy ,'. j.' ]." ('-., ,. itt. rlo ko I .::. v
i i' ('1 ll ,:; 1 .)()1. ".i i. t i ,Ty din .(' \. -ii ; k."!!i a s ' I' "T ( ).IV
W; I () 1ps )l! t 0 1*I '1 i. I. ,a . .i, .. I, .:i% ,.
aywl'). <';nI ') ',(il-.^ i:i s ii ,. in n1i- .\ ,.1HSs it llvl! I 'V :af' Ill' 0.
. ( i, | n h -). ; < ".i 1:, T)."11.] -. 'i!!"n.. F-',> p I Il1 ,;). l, .- ,, !,..,. ;I }ijt,' ." ) n ", n j, I !" it II,)-
i i "'T-,. s I \ ,, '.*' ' :i w* auth. *vt.or e;itir'n!
('O)1r-.1-10. ,+olr', m iav)ri ll.] to ?h. ilisl)p'7i(,n ('on ild be I11{. T;l'i)< skele-
rowt'I. 0l Vton-: .I' il i aallt s' *ai"s I to ave
From'()I The till!, the," is lail to be"n t o'"e )< a tail a -l"r rac.
The full grown insSc'Ci is a)tbout ne \ Wi!hollt ex'celiin 'l.hih i h,.'als were
\\e,'k. A part of this 'kime t he !>os.- quito small. Th(,ir ti''b \wer,' (per-
quli'o xi.-ls as a wiggler. Before hi f( tlTy soiunil. but ih. :i),ilairs sl'owted
elld of *hr.'- weeks lost 01 them dlllie as linuch usa e as a twei\V y-yk-;ir horse.
or are ,1estroved byI natural influlences The grindt'rs were lwv., It was the
or by enew ies. which are'rols., p.rlpose of -he relic he1iie r to iralns-
A snma] p- (.teilt. live-sOme mior(-e Iort those. o()i ancient brethrenb. ull
than three months 1und.!'r extraordi- Brother ('croscy t'ridead l lim-elf on tl',
nary favorable conditions, p preserving quality of F01 'itoia sanl.
Hlow doe(-, tie Ani ):) 'Ies transmit andl Ie'ling tllhai ih-y ,.,'.,,rve,,l : re-
malaria'? main within The radi',s .f 'n .,l
Sh i ites a person suiffrin.g with, lite acd (' his in'e lic(t 111)011o
i ai'ara an t alI Isa nu bniler of malarial fuirther procee,,1ings, anS ;l)plie,. liis
'Tnll aowit)ll witli he'r imeal of blood. ow\vi hands tO a re-iier t.
These germs lor certain Oles). \Vho were' these' br'( iien'll ?I T. t)1i
St! ail e to say. ro)w ()only in tbi l11o S- chief. Tallalass<,. >;ys tli.y v .er,
(iui;o. Thilv t ill) i to griw 0t once i'l're leItor, t,' (1ico lilg ()Ilis iilhe.
ill 'he sto)I:h. 1 of tli" :Ir new lihost. andml and" tlai th"y 1. . v e t alifft .rlIT )':1 o' )
in eigh ldays they are ripe.. 1or ma- people. ,l 'hal( a, it n,.y. .I)ey j.,s;
I'-r If (lhis mos,- q'-ito nI V bites a "hlavo played soi\'."" pIrt .n It.; is ,)11'
second l'"so.-n shle4i will trallnslmllit these peIsent s'ago ot acti on. TheIir worals
t rIl '-. ai 11 4 in conse(nqtce' 1 malarial IanLl !',',is arte liir co'.i .i i ill e,,-lil" l
isoas T ilO ti 1i -)iin biltte,. arlchives. a. ., ( t i hy .,'"te ,)l1e'( liv-
) So. Tie circle i: mail e. alllan b)o- Iil foolsi(oo]s of oIfl' c.X'i!i/:>tim X\',

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For the first time in history a i.res-
Wdent or the United States is openly,
and flagrantly seeking to name his
successor. He is even interfering
In state politics, having dictate! his
party's candidate for governor of
New Ycrl-. This was attempt byy
one other president in forcing the
nommna!ioL of Charles J. Folger. but
was sizlaliy rebuked at the poll-.
Mr. R,)osevi goe-.s much farthe,,r ani
tn o 0 ta'.-, from th-. A:;:' ,ic--n
1*: .rt, th, tr-, choice of pr.,-f
dent. their highest symbol of sov r-
eigniy. It he I'.r-e .'e -. I :, it t'
rea-on why Taft sho'.,i nii: ) r,'.'
Shis ::IC.(,S.Sor. Ja n S,,. *I. ":d-';i .-- .i' y

ThiM- woihoil ld S : .1. p-.
sil)it.T's ;han :i ;; -
one mani'is tenure of ti. ,,i,, .. "
.;onuwl' Time hbe 1terin:-,1 ,v
w-hil he di(:' a1" ,

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stand:- for T-ilt- sni p k; i ^*t." ol. At\i- i-.: *
his c-horaein '" a r:. car'.-... I..- vvhi c;i
i.i a1 ;a ''' ."n ii .n wrei! a ",, :. iin i':;.
Hlighlt- ,' < a"s- iT hio- (ho(ic li: a
prs~tidit 10 ~'-c'-.... a..m Mr. tury;an
is a lundalentl 'ieiaocra;. He
s-tand.- for the same kin,1 of Ameri-
canisni and popular rul- -f which
.1ff*rson andi Lincoln were a'ivocate,.
He uiter.anti- That a people. like
an ii.d, vidual. gain si.rer1-zi h by lisilniz
it. develop th,-ir ov. n hlii9 alive lIy be-
ing ih.rowu on Itheir OWn r,-no;-c'-- ;tild
It.arn !o Fre.-ec'' ? by i- ..i:"
iaught to I.tlink I -hem-,-' 1 ;.l. a-
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work of putting them in force. Tt
subject of a panic is equally tend'
with the present admniini--tration. f(
the reason tha: it naw has one of i
own to explain. As a mnattvr of fa(
of The three great panics known
iTis ceinuiry in the last forty y,-ai
kWO wCr wholly unler republican ai
pices an the thirty of reiubilic:
0 re", ,-r MN". i -yan nw oftf i-
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er to utter a profane or impure word
or in his presene-. His power is shown
ts by the fact tl,.t even out of office he
ct, hvs been aild,' to force so many of his

in n..-sures on % relu~ct ant and opposing'
1) a. r pty. H-ow -;:UIch greater would bo
~5. e hs jtl~tL~for1 good inl The XX id e
The ()wilyv ('large -ataim-t Bry-an is
a Oiat 1,e hias2l1H. one or ttwo ik-
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of thrift and enterprise. He said
that in the line of his duties as a
member of the rivers and harbors
Committee that he had visited nearly
! every county in Florida. andl that he

had seen no county in
court house showed up
the grounds surround(ling
pleasing to the eye as in
said that he took great

which the
so wol nor
it were so
Marion. He
p!,asure in

working to have a public buildiniikr~
erected in our city, andl that ita a
gratifying for 1himIIIT 0S, IItate that lhe
>~1~u9 ~"'t~' Iin 01btainling ~$2' .1fl) I
hi.1.' ro[p)riati, 11 f hn th11 es! V,
*.t had ilfcle! lit,.;V H siti that

hit As ti.- i! wos 1* iVtNt Vc t)y I

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conta ipi-. ona.. 'Ll!r 9l9lts il-: i l 1. 1' l

wVould hi 1Tovvgrealor 1111in iiitiia I v. .1111-
lo'ss th9o party was 4icfal-t'aTt!, .all :-t,110
lines N'oii1l be whoH.l-y and (9011.1)1991' v

By 11 111 ii 'i ficenIt effort; Mr.
Sparkman streng-then"I Ihis-, ol" oil
Ie VOT*T'S Of T his (c1o1nty, and he ranii


I No contributions to the Bryan andti
Kern campaign fund will be received
after tomorrow by this paper.
The contributions have been almost
entirely voluntary-mosi of the con-
tribtiiiions reaching this office eithe:-
through the mails or by the contr'h!u-

tor1s calling in pers1'onl.
I'T Nill be S..en that t 110 1111191

If it Will t tih tile 51111of $15
t-lTor of hs aj-1 wlltel no'

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Oc'ala Banner. .....
George Mla,-Kay. .
E. \V. Dal is.... ...
R. A. Burfor. . .
N\Vm. Hlocker......
.1as F. Chac,. .. ...
SR. I). Fuller... ...
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E. P. Thagard....


always .count upon the frinil-.hilp of E. L. Parr.......
the voe),,'s here. Baxter Car. ......
His s -,c9,a h \VV s illliis !'a'el with S. H. Martin .......
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Ileyos. lwin Spencer. wV. T. Forces.
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W. L. Di to, C. ('. Carroll. W. H.
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Carrie Miller. and a scoro of others.


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J. P. Galloway.............

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J. H. Brinsoi.. .............
W. H. Clark. Jr............
W. H. Clark. Sr...........
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ad in the swift stenographers,
have a brief remark
1t make unto my people-let all t
nation hark!
ktruct the Western Union, and t
Postal line as well,
JllMr fleetest operators must work
night like fun:
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Dic. T. R.
I did accept a bulky roll from Harri-
man one year;
U Bryan took subscriptions i-om
the silver kings--I'm clear;
I d call off proceedings when hot on
Morton's trail,
SBryan stood for Haskell until Wil-
lie told his tale;
I did agree to send Depew to Paris.
there to shine;
t FbPoraker's a friend of oil-l'll
smash 'em down the line!
I 4 agree, then disagree, the tariff
to reform;
Nt Bryan never knows his mind-I'm
sending 'em in warm!
I did dismiss the colored troops with-
out sufficient proof;
U-t Cleveland never bust a trust-
Just watch me raise the roof!
I did drum up a war scare, just to get
a navy big;
My enemies are liars all-wasn't that
a ripping dig?
I did create a panic dire, to hoist trade
from its rut;
90 Bryan's no creator-that's a cork-
tng upper cut!
No matter what I did, I did, and that's
defense enough;
Dit all that Bryan's done, he's done-
oh, l'. handing out hot stuff!
-E. T. W., in New York Sun.


When Taft kissed a Missouri baby
K bowled.-Item.
Baby bye,
Please don't cry,
You can stand it
If you try.

Please be gay,
Smile, I pray;
I am not a
Load of hay.

Say goo-goo,
Baby. do-
Honest, I won't
Fall on you.

Don't be scared.
You'll be spared:
You won't have to
Be repaired.

There. there, pet.
Please don't fret.
You'll go through much
Worse things yet.

There, (smack), see,
Now, you're free,
And they'll name you
After me.
--Charles A. Barnes. in New



(Written for the Ocala Banner.)
let's oftener talk of noble deeds,
And rarer of the bad ones,
had sing about our happy days,
And not about the sad ones.
We were not made to fret and sigh,
And when grief sleeps to wake it,
Mbght happiness is standing by-
TUB life is what we make it.

IBs find the sunny side of men,
Or be believers in it;
A Light there is in every soul
That takes the pains to win it.
Ok! there's slumbering good in all,
And we perchance may wake it:
Our hands contain the magic wand-
This life is what we make it.

Tu here's to those whose loving
Sbed light and Joy about them;

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