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 23, 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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HOT SPrG^l 11 Bride at Citra tractive :;i'ihr-s.
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4 goart CIrcle 01 tr~el in Florida go to Cuba and from ittrle to % Some customers by our good local
ararge clvlwaofrfrornds in Fl orid'
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S 1 ii I L__ l v I- [ j,, .: '-iiH.i, c"-remony al 'was completely with a tulle veil and all luring its early istorv wacthed of
i ,lr 'a, .. ..o ,. !..1ta wrea:h of orange blossoms. She its levelol)mlent with almost oaeernal "

IU I I "- 1 II ha,, ben td<---".rhli;, ,wiih (,xquisitelv .I .ond and amethyst bar pin, the We were there when all along its an
wU Fo rthned taste In pl' i, t m room s gift lake oahore noas an igenous orange tu
S_,_ *lr ... .i.,iis, , aid ro-. i The matroon of honor, Mrs Griffin, forest, and among our most pleasant
,p a Jln s f e r n -. il.. .Iti, !,-.!i si --s a n d l r o
D sRUTOEs. Te:: elor ),-r:f white and, who was formerly Miss Lula Mellon. reminiscences are the picnics we at- nu
Local" and P -rs al Mr. Carlo. Ar. who r,.ides at l- c, ;ese on- were arried looked more like a charming debut- tended unier the grateful shade of hr.
Dania. onr. the East Coast. has 'i1 oi'"s oe antc than like the popular young ma- these trees. We remember what a br
)o -: in :]Il th v :,p.',: ': T o f t hre '
lit Carswell of Citra is attending in Ocala for several days on a visit 'w,,vdiin. tron that she is. Daintily gowned in beautiful picture they presented with
tb mating of the Coast Line sur- to his parents.- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Th., xv ,i cerenmony too, place white lace over yellow satin she was their glossy leaves, fragrant blossoms MI
flon in Jacksonville this week. Ayer. a; ,eight-thirty o'clock in the parlor, a lovely picture indeed an(d yellow fruit. Then, too, there is
.....- which was! particularly attractive in Miss Gray, the vivacios maid of photographed in the chambers of our
d Mr. R. Walker has accepted' th i, .ioain The wedding .rcl honor, who is a strikingly 'beautiful memory the bevy of swee pretty, vi-
Mr. Hery W. Long and his grint- Avitdecoration-. The wfdling l-,arch
Mr. H Bates, e in Orala position of atont at Easlake Weir. as charmingly played b Miss rd lon(le, wore an exquisite soft yellow various girls, now grown to le sfate-
wmn. Mr. Hen.- Bates, were In Ocalat was c.harmingly played by Miss B yrd
Tu<,ay on business He and A!rs. Valk'-r andl the latter' -I Wtartimann. t!,. awmit of the young satin princess gown, which suited her ly, silver-haired matrons, who attend- fa
Tuday on business. mother. Mirs. Annie Martin.. are now l," ,i. most admirably. They both wore as eIl those delightful gatherings. nF
Mr. John H. Mathews of Candler and making .ieir home a', Easlthe,. Th, -om.n.n were Mr. Kyle their ornaments l)retty horse-shoe As we tirn the leaves of those, by- ta
Dr H. (;. Soner ot Stanton ere \\ :p::nn. T. rile's uncle and Mr and forget-me-not pins, gifts from the gone days many lovely and vivi! pic- h
Dr H. G. Spo~oner of' Stanton -,\ere!Wart at ii ii. h iitlidei's uncle, anwl Air.
Tuesday visitors to Ocala. MrI. A. G. IliU'low of Th'0 i.nnello: .I. ti in .f Savannah. MAliss Emr- bride. The best man and groomsmen lures tr1o1) I.frort us. ant we recall Fl
Phosphate ('onpiany. was in Oca;, (, *, a h .a. ti+>ii ol yng Savannah wt,,r, given ilrvtty pearl stick pins byno 1i('tre ,hat has left anything but of
Mr. R. Whiiingn o Hern o Tuesdav on roemt to) u o iillon I (i'l.l ,. .\r u !,le v r Cox. lia lasant collection.
M r. R .1. \ hittingic-n of lH vi-rn '; d o)... . : p o h ,'' ,! ,. 1aid I
a is t of s,,v-ral ,::, in Ja .i 4)-., The trid ,'s niotN(-,r, who is a "(-o \r (r'lrs' t\' el h i's i l ;,
Florida. after a very pleasant visit to a IS1T of ra *'Y i Ja('i- h ior. .-- Wt'rlann eterel i h ris h who a r e w-re esent hen the ts wil ar
,0, 1..,..1 (Inlall.\\'o)r(-, a silve-ry gr y (la : ( r (, \'l ..Il T,{ \ i l ; (,+
Ocala. has r,1urn Shi- .. '' -,,,., d r, H T i o1 *i t)'OC'u.!ep sal in go'.vn that .-.,, ,,x l,.',l. which ('vetit all t- led o it h (It'- di
oin i]l+- o(-asi(n of h-,r silver' \vf,',lJing v'({n(n f t (.g 4a (s !()sr t
Miss lMildred Sulner has returned i :I. v.'.- "' ,b 1v his Otn o h-r sive weing el of tlie greatest industry i
to Ocala from a short visit with itla- r: r ;. 1, Mrl s i,,' t S.1,!' ( I. :: ', : i. Mr +', M.I (. .. i' , a.ji; ivrsary :last ye ar. and l-hlt was the stat' has ever known.

,, ir .,T. ,-. i l, ,,, ,.h.r (i (. l,/,,\-10'11g';,-i(q n(] cha.rlini ."V ,rnnn-(i w e r . \a t
tives at h 'r hoime at I tadt Cit. their e liIlihu C ,1 V (1 a d ing. *mener whn Mr. Wart-
hotiw', Ti e .-, v- : ,rW n, I fl(ni 1';ho,. ,. .. .... ,-.. ,;,.t )in.,, :,}t sh e zro the .:room's Toh( vw (; iwho a In. ow s) w,,d1 anid so highly \ ofn-
Mr. .lasp ,r W iaters of- South F itriv i v ,l*IrT' rI 1I I. ,'*al,. l. ); s. \V.. i '. 'l e11 i- n vow e 11 eL : iP '
is here on a visit o his brother. Mr. I"I ni-flit ( ti.' h .ihe A" 'sl s( Vw o l o 01i r R, R. R. p. i
.J. E. W aters. who has let.n v ill. lake. i' : ) '. : --. l -, -;v. .. .lt, )tih -.,i)', tha s V \ ii h',h,,! ii ii ,. .';a ;>:l l ) i, t.
and who is s-till r ,,ite sick. : ":',; t '-.... l, ti.; 'r iinis- 10o;r11i: th-is sr:Isofl. t i !, '" > i:'iMi;'iih l:i.- ;.'. , .. .(' C ;.' ( t 1hc tr~l2T oir. ]L_ .. .... ... .. (.... he vat l l ,, \v,. tl a! of I ..Oi s B\: Y l '()har' i {t( t'i 111i ln f'wor ,, onU ts a
M rs. 1H. ('. I<', r1 a ,l li, 1;l" son. "i" 111 1* .r. i :a-"; i w,> ,- ,, .' .,,",, w ,l;;, fl,. of Mis.s i o i < he worke on I a
lerdy. A<-nI lown 1t Brooksvillt' t'a .ay ;. ,i.t 'll'1!}ii '!,'di i PPr. -" C.. ,.,-. aI N (e}lii.iiIipr o),1 \\'Vii. It \'xv)s a lovo,;v s'lia'i. o) yofthtli ,Ib),rer. and it is I)at a -ui;;ll
Tuesday .Iternoon for a short visit h ni Th i i with friends. Mci M niit- :. t .Mi'ri.-"' iin, ,cm i in ,', -; ,V .i-2i a hl.,ir .u,'ss. hi,. ) ir, (':)r,. style. ii was finisiefl viii, Fronm the sinlhe orange tree we saw
N--e- Nk York T.I Sax:i;.t-. qi : ; i o hir ('n, v\v\ I inlinfl bt1lle-I at ('ilra in 1S70 we saw in a
ti~it, n;,, ;,r o 11h,,ir Citra tricn s"
Mr. Leitner .Loy. Jr.. of- .lac`-on- M lk of Il..l, F v'l ,!;1.s -rior to the w ars ;trwar .,linjy Alro. an,! ;lrPS. \\rtmannl erst,..'- (i orange g ro\(+s in an al nost tl)n'ok-
rifle. formerly of Ocalc. s'ien' Titt-- Mr A. H. IKillei' 01lolil ti. M< -.' I \ ,,' ,;v:. room ^'e colors( yel- r n!*^^"^ane~.;-ofoas rvsi nams nr
.,,l .. ;r:n~ h~ at,! 11 "11:
day with friends here. un r',i", to i I) t. K11. .1. A. (;r;n'l)es 1 Pr | v 1i.the h "roo .,'q coll()e cl- aild (I a onse-iartv of von 'n li i Cia to akawn al
South Florida for a vlsi, .. f; !W4i, (e" le in ,,dii for-! a li-it. hi o e t h o i : ir o O a a
ll:. : .. I I ,..I.x in O ala .onday. '" ,\- '. Mrs-effecti'el- el R } a la i, 1 '-M r i, ; .
]i~~~~~~~l' ()l~~~~~~~~~i -Tlra .lltwis ilnthese two ,"olors .r.Ena\ht ']O'al(,.l,{ l:= .,.) ,t, ,.,.,
M S. A. Stanley anti yotnge < i Mr. Kirl"s r co of o t own guests at dinner. Covers 1. t ce aro. i
on. M. C. went up to Jacksonville le n to the chandelier, ending in were laid for twenty-fonr and th, di]in- our imagination Mosest- visio. of
Monday for a short visit with Mrs nto ner was a vry lean o. .
a 1 itl: it.-' .\ ii P, i iil L ',t',, 1 )y. On the center .) te er served was a ery elegant in. t( romis! lan.
Clark. '!1 iin1 (.1 t) tal.l \\'s ,h, lrile's cake, decorate,! The( a!pointmeInts were perfect and But theree canme a rost--a l:illing
rrenr wit, !,''s Ctai rose,--.. Yellow anI whit. at the conclusion of the ,dinner the frost"- hat swept away in a single
Mr. L. N. Green came ,mnie Sun- -tin.,ay afternoon from Ma'rtin. whr-,,
,njo\-(?tla shoit \i ;ijT W ith Aliss ii r tei(~kf'coiicoa lf'd theilt,1 0I' oteXan anngt1hi ta ili pcueaIlf
,day morning from a professional visi' I lh njo, ht si, with is ,iaonii(, 'orI liht ak n hliiig 1 Pt, OVw,5 otiara nh is Itilir a leot
; *. Il:itiilulel, dlime anul t,t1tton. nir'-. h
to West Florida. H W wa.s a se- nt l RhI!a IT!i'o,, v-. ho *,'a(et 1, f- the '; i,- Ai)vio h' O lit o" to'twn uEs,.ts "t res- lh v+t tilt, h.''t to 4) t)liol t, s it i Is
tin .,,r'hool. (;Griffin 'lit),,!,h .rin-. M iss M!im ,1 ...
from the f-ov tor several days. stll chool. t;itaIi,.il. Kyh. .Vl'\arti'n nil ; i" w i o' this young con- .i i in i iiry xit as
M rs I B d. 1 tt in ed to M r. 'F l. P. H a lt'. I h ,, -., ,'i-n :" lr ,' ,: ,I' ,.. n i):'. B ia ( .sde a r ;h e 1L P >Ie .r ," M r. a ntl A rs. \V S I wk(>. ''p e )h at is to l.'.b"
M rs. L+. B .at,.l,. 1: I... r,,turnm ,l to).. .. .. ,, W \li.-.~ n'.r,l \\ ,t,'nn tmn..\ir. and:< .\1.-+ (. \V.halev,.r it t;ay ha;, l)ee(n ai~er
her honm in Brooks\-il1(i af:0tr a s..entativ,' of the I( Io >- Sitio,, ('()' : :., ;' I. i w\c,*,,r.. ', \\i(. ,c, s ...t '
rro. ,. ,1 .,, ,. I\iti. r. ars. M rs. R. I h sad l 'a s' i. ii o p e ts
nleas-r. vi-;!t '.er, w 'h 's. C t! i o. Cincinnati. Ohio. -ptin 1Tu<-si:v itn ii()V. ', ,r.': her"" ,lle in treBrI!o(kszi%,:i, as w(.la(,llrlla
piaa j. l .10rviexin (i) ,.r ill!,-ni, e.*rcs. .' v.i, ', 5,,rv, I i in th, ,linI a Hla ,'. Miss Irma Blake. R v'. F. R. it tile sa e pit as we reie -
-\. V,.,i ,, l' w tt ,t t hi rT),n 'l v \i i<.s i n. *1i s liwi ,l n i Bi'i Ls. and .Mr. anId Mrs. Fra'in!, ler it.
__ __ _ \V "Ii P !It e 'W as IIllk, -_iosr of Ili 1041 *( ) i >\ .I ^^ i Se, .\i ? I ov I 1.
nd li, 1- > in. l ot r n v l t'. the ^ AM i-s "ittii l i M~s,< .\li n.p I u'iiris of O cala. Ajs A g es Pike 0o1 M A. C. Whire and Ar. \vckoff
Mrs. Royal Cole and li !.- > th Mr in Ja .. he ,;- i n ..s .\ln i i
o,.n the virni la. in ;j 1li4.1 1*I v !\ 11:111 Beach. Mr. and Mrs. L. .aaw
Chamnbliss. came homo Mondav !.o'.i hoard agent in tins city. yOn thaM' 'rld. in 1 deli!ghi ".\'t Pa Beac. '. an Mrsl. !. ; s at te tt n were a-
a pleasant visit with friends -it L a.I-i scr.n',,! ,.z ('o) rni t tunc'h wa s ,.Iv Flwnrtls oft Atlanta. .Miss a l t .s in I l :., ",lays ol yor. through
Lake Weir. Teh Ocala post 01of the (;. A. R. t i.y Mi,-s ELtenia Iziureson a (ous- (rayt Mr. Tison an,1 .eisa Tiso tho (,s n, a, glad (t say
ae electedl Mr Hait Barne,, 1t M;n.r ] in (of t' bride. I Savannah. Miss M nn(1ee of .lae.., ,h;., they :iaSav n'n p.rt'> t a IIpicItoi'- of
" Miss Percy Christian *icompn tIi her father. Dr. .1. M. T. Christia i. to J Owen. deceased. l Mr. Barnett ,lj ,, tel handlso(ne wedding l)presnllts I1toih of K('y WVes,.' irs. lIyl, ,itt'- W xv, tlk(en o()*(' ttl( (') li"t
Ta brave solir. ilnd his tlectioni ''b Tampa Tuesday afternoon for the r,- r ndreensbora, N. C.. Dr. and! Ms. has the managenent. alnd Mr. T. L.
union festivities. \Vhile in T:nlpa this plost ot honor ly htfs b~roth,,rs is ,tisil:*p..,,f. ,ht!n 1hey ,]iciirsltret (ir and .avNelicitedai e rof.i (.,SDr.i and A 1. eot),-h, i .T
they will be the guest of relative. a most fitting one. al o admiration. Mr. Wartmanns shear of Hi Spring an Go hruse is foreman. The rove num-
tbe, n ll el laterr was a one Redick of Reddick. ,ers ixy-five acres and the tree' lap
wasrryonecstalw-deacgotuers weret-eripningtfrui
Mr. James T Rawls of Crystal Riv- Mrs. W. S. Pike came home Ttes- thou.-anI dollar. : 1 per cent. govern- The li uests were eah r-ach other, and the riening fruit
k~ ~aes.P isowls wihamngame
er. formerly with the Crystal River day afternoon from Citra. where sh ietnit lontId. al(nd from her brother she seed with a nionogramme box. con- mingling amid the glossy leaves pre-
,_- _........ ..l.. .h i .j ,,-_ i had been for several days, the ..tesi received a ihan(dsome puIrse containing taining slices of the bride's cak-, as sent a most hoefl and inspiring


tion, some by our -idvcrtis-

ulk of them by unremitting
nik's business.

A. E. GERIG. C.&,e.
Vice President

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,i point to) it ;' i \;t i| ,,,r h)
,lmulation and all prai-,.
The nierc'ha .- .% t h.a i ,
tter than it has l.1.n il tliu i *
id all are oltilln -ti ,4 t ,f 'i r., i'
It is a bealltifutl %%iiliag ;i l .A
niher of hl)%'ly honw-. .inti I Ipt
oad a\ e'nu .s .i r' " ageous oaks.


One of the Iov,-li.'-s iarti-i t, *t.-
11 season was on Thutrsi )on. when Mirs. John |1 1,I, .i ..T
Int-d in a nmost d'lightftil 111111. r iI
>nor of Mrs. [) (C ( -' 'A.rd- 4t alt.i
a.. and lt!l i'-. 'fhrnti ,n Stri.'-. t.,w
(Gainfsvillo. F.'h
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wvith 1011- :.1"111n ji!.k Ii~" hd)lllinflg t'ni,. dilan d jolt!- %.r.
list--(] in the fhail .ia,fj T.,no .i t.c.
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TRADE AND SOCIAL ACTIVITY AT roses, etc., in honor of the bridal cou-
LOS KISS pie, who will shortly take their hon-.
eymoon trip on the St. Johns. Every- i
Special Cor. Ocala Banner: body in Los Kiss wishes they bon *
Miss Florida Stait, the charming voyage.-Los Kiss Cor. St. Helena i
x aflaer who owns the millinery store Irigati-Mist. i
*a the Eric block, on Avenue Figuera,
ba returned from New York, where REDDICK NEWS NOTES
ae has been the pa.t two weeks, -
bying stunning and cunning head- Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Sew for the season now coming on. The farmers are all busy this eek!
"It is refreshing to be back in the in their pindar fields, aid the streets
dear old state of the pine and pretti- of our village have been almost de-1
ness and sunny climn." said Miss! sorted. The pindar c:'opl will not av-:\
Stait. as she ascended the gang i'lank ; erge wiSh those of previous yeas on
of the yacht Lenore. just in from the pcecount of bad stanls. due to dry
port of Jacksonville. vl."'ier during planting time.
Catching sight ot tLe Lou Roaies There ha, been a large amniounli of
Brothers fruit store as we rounded hay harvested during the past two
the corner and came into R bles months, anld some aur not throullzh'
street, she said: "Reporter. do you .yet. On one farm I am toldl foui,-!
kIow (hey are shipping Florida or-; hundrt-.' ':1 Live b ,,n stackii.
angs in their green state to NewI The- i, ', -m suli'wr at the -clooi
York? Well. I passed by a fruit and hou-.' n Fri;,lay ni-ht fnetl, i;i,- a;,
on Broa,;way last Wednesday, and at niceh litl s-iMi. which win 1, -',,,t
the timn. an .*xpres wagon was un- for thi,,,-l in -hie sce,.
loading a comignmen; of Florida-i or- T>h. s':r;-ise of lhe sa.-oni \,.-% ',h,.
an2<'-s. A- I passed I g.lanced a' the niariae ot Mr. Smiii. our t UV;>I,
lal.,-: th n at the oranges. Tho or-i line olitra;'or-. and Mi.s l"iulhi liav.-:
a:.;t,s wtAi,# a green as ours are at kins of,'.ma. Fla. No one dr-,an-:
Wresi'IT. Ate4r making a purch:tse e., of I .0:ything of the kindl ,ntil i-,Lv'
down the street I came back iia: 'alihitci frcim the train l iere on W',i
way and stepped in. and while there nes.iay afternoon. Mr. S:nI;iih hlas l-
no less than ten New Yorkers came ed her,- for several year., ieing one
in. made purchases of the oranges, of the firm of Johnson and Smith, en-
and then said: 'These are not fit to gaged in the .urpentine business, and
eta!" aside from being a man of business
Tampa has a board of trade. Ocala nas about as many friends as he has
has a board of trade. and so has Jack- acquaintances. Miss Ruble Hawkins
aoville and St. Petersburg, and San- was principal of the Reddick Junior
ford, and Pensacola, and in fact pret- High School last year and gave the
ty nearly all the cities. Now, merge patrons the most successful term the
all these boards of trade into one big school has ever had. Beautiful. iztel-
league to be called "The Florida De- iectual and accomplished and possess-
velopment League." This league's es the graces that render few women
platform shall read in short: "Under so attractive. We congratulate Mr.
no circumstances shall a Florida or-I Smith on captlring suich a pr'-'z in
range go cut of this state until r.p'<." !t 1.;a'ri:t',;al l>nt--. !
Farn ers hre in Florida will be per- S C. 'Mayo has rei;iurl(,'l from (o01
minted to ship) anything they may oratIo and will soon lwe'n t)r):.ra-
save to sell except oranges Orang.-s io!< for his nexI yar's : -rlon (r)I). I
will bhe under the control and shipped M-s E:nima Tuck'. *'ilhe Biblde
by the league. readtlr." as .hs.' calls h)r. It'. hNilt who
A platform in the Los Kiss city is r-zar,.I ais a very sice'ssf;;l x an-
rul- ss: ys "It you see any paper or sis-'."i e o "ive. onl'
lr;ish ly iu around o0l ,':4 s'r -,'ts and 'T .;r' i:. l!'.. .. !i"t !::l: rci .. ii-
a fn; ls. pick it up: d4i:':; .-,it ft.rj ;il^c- , ". .. . a'.tt 1 ifn O( "u -
the policeman to pick it it;: dIOI:l her.
writ for :he council to ac:." .. 1 : i ) ic :.1l.' .,. ,i :, h ,s in
In : town : ie counci! liv,- ,1'1i !h- i. h 1',r,-,,oY '* wil o. i
*"E. Z. s'rotet" :r t rh
?'n, "., fair la.,t Novi ,i .b - ;5r i :4: :. i
strang,'r-. have n'o',ed in: 472 ': R,, ,ijle iv .^:r-o-;i<; them hIi *, bought town property, an t asriculiur -.l laids :;, !;'e t, he :inil ;
on nc(ariy veryy vacant spot a build- in Florida. and our I)Nol)le an. le;rn-!
Ing i,, going up. Cane lands around. 1:ug to r.i~t1 ,-verything they c.:m for
especially in the Santa Lingerlan val- homne consu:uption insit a't of doenld-
ley. are teing bought up. and in a !,u' on oyang's and vegetables for
year or so Santa Lingerlan wi!l b t. t .*,n.-y crps, and buying their corn.
even more prosperous than she now Tiweat. etc.. from the "Yankees." They
is. seem to succeed just in proportion as
The Los Kiss fair gioundls are si1u- th,\v leave vegetables to l)e grown by
Ittt l~S 5 t 't. r. .n, th,' m ina.. ltl a tn . ..-. .-- ._-.. .i-. .

railway, owned by three young mn
of the place, midway between St. Hel-
na and Los Kiss. is very popular.
The Fair Association maintain,;. in
connection with the fair. an all-the-
year-round exhibit building down
town. It is on the corner of Orleans
av.onue and Astoria street. The fruit
and other things exhi-hic-d there are
under the siric r.iot',-: "If it v-ere,
not like this. I would not have told'
you so." The a:ot'o means that if
the fruit were no: t thl. best quality-
it u c"l' no" I, '.e. to be viewed I
by all eyes.
Dan Cu:',1.. '"' ., '`.It plays tIln-
ny pranks .. -;'S. flv dwn Ihii
aft runt , " hi -'e o'clock. pulled
back the ; zog ;, i: bow. and s,.nt
an arrow ..' rai.01: li(::,--int() th.-
hearts of two v v'n lovers, where i!
is likely to reT ';'; T "h con''ratinty
partie, wx ire Art Aully and Miss B-lle
Rose. both of this city. The event oc-
curred at tih, home of the bride's pa- i
rents on Yolo avenue. Rev. Yamhill
officiating. Among the decorations
were several bunches of the famous
Oregon grapes, which were sent to
the bride from Portland. Oregon. by
her sister. Miss Fair. The marriage
was set for just two weeks from .late.
but Mr. Auley is in the government '
service and he had a call to go ('own
thn whoA tr f a ttn-. co-pqtp wn nam tti

o'upie ini u uier paris oI itII- s'ate
whose lands are not adapted to corn.
oats. peanuts and cotton.
By the way, Mr. Sam Boynton
planted one hundred acres in shortt
staple cotton this year and expects to
get sixty bales of cotton. He has
,rected a gin house and installed sev-
oral gins on his farm. which gor-s to
demonstrate his confidence in cotton
as a money crop. and especially '-hort
slal)e cotton. He has been experi-
meonting with it in a small way for
several years.
L. S. Light has gon- to Tallahas'.e
tbis week at the request of th.. rail-
road commission. Mr. Light has b on
gathering tacas and sali';tics for sv-
eral years in regard To vegetable( ;'n,
oran,-, fr-"i't rates in comra'i.5,n'
with th r-a'> fromin other ;lo-. ani
at t h, .laclsonvil, imeetinll -O':W e U
:io(ih,. i 1o lie is said to have oien-
ed thl eyt.' of the cim.nission to
some facts they were unaware, of..
and no doubt while they give no
names, he is the man referred to in
the report, and thl< evidence he fur-
nishedt them was largely the cause
of the reductions already made in
the rato- on both oranges and vegeta-
bles. and which will save thousands
of dollars to the shippers.






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) 1is "1e .h i I' (-it r; k vsI i< v is iin 1 in
0() 1;. t!'f I fe'sw days.
\\ ,',,'al wn-l i llnily --p,-nit MIon-
,i:iy \wilii 4r. Veal nli'1 iie at Mlartll.
Ti' ,' s,'ork hlias visited the "honie of
Mr'. alrtd Mr's.. J1 uos Hudgens and loft
ai fino ten-piund girl. Mother and(l
chiil are doing nicely.
Mrs. A. \V. \Voodward spent Mon-
dlay with Mrs. Freyermuth.
('ane grinding time will soon be
The Cot ton Plant school will ( ;en




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FISHES To the Sheriff of Marion County, of
m-m the State cf Florida:
0w Pe it known tmat l, Ii. Clay Craw-
Mmm ford, secretary of state of the state
r r of Florida, do hereby give notice that
(lc a general election will be held in Ma-

Sn rion county, state of Florida. on Tutes-
q(J day next succeeding the first Monday
1T in Novenmtl;cr, A. D. 19"'S. the said
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Departilititi tflh Int! rior.
I'. S. Land Office at (.ainsiislle, Fia
Seplo. iber 5, 1'1.0S.
Notice is her>bv giikn thit Ezra D.
Benson of Anthony. tihrit., who, on
May 1, 11,07. made !honme.t,'o.d entry.
No. 37,616. (S-rial No. .'l,) ,or south
half southwest quarter and south half
southeast quarter, section 32, town-
ship 13. south, range 23. east, Talia-
hassee, Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make final five year proof
ton prahlisih clairn m n- th, 1 .ndI qhrnv-p

FFor fve )'esild'ntial electei'5.
For r-pres 'ntative from the 1-t con-
:.-essional dis:rict of Floridla. in the
Sixty-fIrst Congress of '.' i I iti'...
For governor of the slate of I-ri la
For s> *,''tt 'ry of s-la i' th, f '. S :i
of IF or'i,.'.
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ur 'ifon of Ill,, ':Ito, W, i'i, :L
f-oA C)I* i iCi0:1r t-iof a 'ic'i;!.1r' of
ri,, st;,:, A of Fl)lo ida.
-')r i',v" o j;;.stic',c if t!itw .-;ipp ';!'
,',lr!t ofi ie o're of Plor:,!a.
For railroad comni.--s;inr i. iOhe
siate of Florida.
For two .imhbters of tie liouse, 1f
* )resentatives of tt,' sr:tte of F'r-
For county judge.
For sheriff.
For clerk of the circuit court.
For county assessor ot t.xt',
For tax collector.
For county suIperintenlde;t of pub
lic instruction.
For cou!ity treasurer.
For comri:.' s!;rv.'yor
For five coui)ity coniiils-it;'s.
For thr,(, :Li:,!)ibrs of !*,. c Ciiitvy
boardd of plhlic instr ct!in
For justice of the ia'"- ii;i ati.l :,-
'he ,f oil v! il ] justice '! ts, \ ..
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ini^ jsyti(',- n;.^t;i,'-;. \ \7, "
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I:n tt'sTi:;iony w.h0,r0[ of I li\,, v. ; t,-
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st 8:! nt' tb.' StId'o n; FI1r.-l i. ;i' 'I t- 'i
ha -e>' ,. th.. ea 'i-ial, this th 1 ;t '.a.
Of SSpte) b.'I'). A. A l;I)S.
Secretary of Staie
To H(-nry Gordon. Sheriff Marion
County. S-2S-wtf.


.. .... ...... ... 4.... "'" "* '-" Notice is h-ereby g!ve~ ll t! ti rtli.
next Monday. Miss Bertie Ray will described, before Register and Receiv- (ont comi missioners of Marion c tn-
the the teacher, er, at Gainesville, Florida. on the ty. Florida, have appointed as inspect-
Miss Maggie Smith visited relatives 2,th day of October, 190<8. ors an clerks for the g.ineral .,l,1c
at Martel last Friday. Saturday and Claimant names as witnesses: ion to e h r ;r. A. .
Sunday. a,] reporslalplea
Sunday, and reports a pleasant time. E. A. Shealy of Anthony, Florida. District No. 1-Box 1: V. V. ('Iyv
Mrs. D. M. Barco and Mrs. A. W. W. H. Hamilton of Anthony, Flor- att. J. T. Lanca-or. L. F. Ballar.l. in
Woodward spent Tuesday afternoon ida. sectors HI. (C. Sistrunk, clerk. B', x
ithi Mrs. James L .B. s 2: G. W. Martin, I. W1 OW.0 g.;o
wth Mrs. James L .B. Hudgens. R. H. Wilkins of Anthony. Florida. ThI; .r, inspector H. P. StEk..
Mr- I P Rel anl ^rs \V \p 1 1 T- - ^-i- ^ r., . hn^i4;^rd. inspectors: H. D. S;)nk#-;
Mrs. 1L. C. Bell anl M.irs. \. E. Veal F. W. Bishop of Anthony,. Florida. clerk.
were visitors. in Ocala on WVednes- HENRY S. CHlI-B3B. Register. District No. 2-S. L. Friday. El Roi.
(lay. 1S-Tues C. M. ('aIr. ir.spectors; B. P. Wilso)n.
Mrs. Dr. Veal and Mrs. Mollie _____,,i____ -:.t
DisTrio) No. :1-C. NJ.N11fiachws. if.
Smith spent Tuesday with Mrs. W. E. NOTICE CF FINAL DISCHARGE X-. Neltl,, No. DC. n .
Ve ,) 1. S W. N .-;, WV. 0. Mathews. :ns:llc:.
Veal1. ors':). E. Maths, clerk.
SN',tice is hr-,by given that. ,-n tho i. )i. et Matroows. cle-irk.
S12th dlay of Janruary. 1909. I will. as ex- 1 i rit *o. 4-1. \V itl '.-. .1
1 it'F.Pa k r ii;.V al
MOVED peutor of the List will and test ment Parker. (ha. Veal. ins.:etr:- I)
of Julia T. Munrop. (, deoasd., presenrt '1. Ba;trco. cler:'k.
)ty fira! ac-counts and vouchers to tho Dist1ri( No. -.NV. H. (;clfo!'y V.
.T. F. Simmons has moved his har- I TT
.oon.T-.1!ej)h 1 ,il1, jntg,( of probate. -, ,,t Folks,.1..T. 11} lrchins. ins,'eI .-
n-,s repairing and saw filing shop to his ffi,--o :-t O a Marion r- arms livery stall-. 10.9-"t* 1Y1:;1y n settl.:,-i,-nt an(1 apply for fin-i I)-'riot 'o. *;-R. E. .\ik'-.. C .V
S ,Tu;:.- 1. !9Q<. X\V1.:' on. !. D. S1).-tok s. ins..,(',E)r- \V
NOTICE TO CREDITORS T. T. M'NROE, L- ..(llan. c'lerk.
As( Ex)(.utr ,f th.:', Last Will and Te- IDi'tirict No. 7--. M. Do;:li-s .1
all cres- tg alm-ret *4e 'h- late Julia T. Munro,.-- M. (loijii,. Jo1111 Sn; itIi. hi sip,' ft i
Notice is hereby given to all cred- t nt ,f h lat Julia T. Munro- ;in..t)l Sn.t. in-, r .
itors. distributes, legatees and all- -. -5-6. DouNlas. l-J. Davis, S J
others having claims of demands I.irAricr No. x .I.W. Davis, S J
against the estate of Ellen Huggins NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC ELECT- Dillard. \Vm. E. McKay, insp-c;,rs
against the estate of Ellen Huggins, OR1.P icll.cek
deceased, to present the same to the ORS AD ll clerk.
undersigned within two years from I District No. 9-.I.. ('arnoy, ;. M.
the date hereof. H. P. B.\ILEY. Blair. J. A. Scott. inspectors: 1. }if.
Dated, Ocala, Fla., August 11, 1908. P. WV. BU'TLER. Henry- Sr.. clerk.
District No. 1f,-XV. E. Martin. A.
E. P. THAGARD. ROBERT E. DAVIS. District No. 10Mi. Martin.p.e
As Executor of Last Will and Testa- R. ForE MA A. M. Jigins, inspreclorse
meant of Ellen Huggins, Deceased. GEORGE C. -MARTIN. J. M. Mark. clerk.
merit of Ellen Huggins, Deceased.
8-14-w. SAMUEL PASCO. District No. 11-T. XV. Randall. R.
D. MeDonalfl, P. L. Durisoe. inspect-
-ors; C. H. Rogers, clerk.
SDistrict No. 12-Calvin Long. I). E.
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r r ,, The Ooala public library expect's to
Mrs. D. A. Miller is visiting hter I --Oll rt
mother r er w i c n eicnce to the all of ehI Washington. Sept. IS, 19S08. move this wec'1 from is present f'r-
l~l~lhe r, s, Fletch(,r, wlbo is crA-,i(.aj-
ly ill at Dunnellon chairman a;nd secretary for a meeting Geo. C. Crom. P. M.. Ocala, Fla.: ters to the Ocala Athletic Associa-
of th- Marion co'imny democrat" ex- Sir-Replying to your letter of Au- lion's rooms, which are in Mr. ('C!.,vt's
~Mr. Nathan Mv of R .iecutive committee, a session of said gusT 21. asking for the "amount of handsome new buildi. Oi)l)si. 0,,
Sumr.erfith.' vMa- n -h, v -" \V' ,- -' .i' "-- an h- I in this city \we,- br-intss ,lone" at certain postoffles Ocala Banner office.
SThis s aisplendidh: (71:-y Wt,1I 1 i-
day on b iusin,--. ,- .. : i morning. On a call of th, ro'l ;n the si.aT_ of Floridla for thb year I This is a splendid plac- for t".e li-
, ,, '.Ow!i.g members were found TO ei31,inl t Arl l1.,I. You are inform- brary. everything being new .n,
Mr. 0 M. (,.: ,' ,-.;'.- i. h\ .'.- :, w. l,, ,, t'li- flowing table -hovs the ( clan and the room sj)lcniid! :-l ::'8j)
sin, "" '<, h iv- \V, ni : Il-,cric; I-John i ,M. (;r;,h :Nm _:!()-S 1>,s' rCii'iptks of the offces led for a lil)brayry. The Athlhti ;.,o-
,ay. DisTrici ,- E. D. Ron. u. na ,,, t ,iir iT1- four quarters .n i ol 'i:,ion x will nt (charge the L !>:\i'y
Di-''ic, ,-D. E. MaThews. ,a:-<-h :; 41, !:,,, As.-ociation any rent. anm! in thie ex\en-
Mr. B'rt Pe.-rs' n o(f Fl-ral C;'-v is Di.:ric' ;-W\ViL.;;: I. oran. rss in hey will have free ac---s TO
siwnd(ing a i -w i.:vys :i Oceila with I) Dis rict 7-.. M. I)',;s. Re ,.i!s the l;lbrary. This is a very s)t' v id
hi, mother. Mrs. .1. W. Pt.ars5(n Di.tric' ,-.1. W. Davis. A. lit ).h- Oca'?, Fio-id0....... .... .$19,419.00 $19r.1ngenent, both for tlie library and
ell 1~. ;(;ii'svii. ,. Fi' r' .'a. .-. '";7 'f l the Athletic Association. The one
Mr. and Mrs. Lon K. Edwards weret Distric I;-A. C. While. Florida........ 15."'.-', hundred and Twenty dollars a year
among the out of town visitors in District 17-\\. .1. Folks. L.k. ('iuy. Firi.!a......... .,..lIt I that the library has heretofer paid for
Ocala Wednesday. They are promi- District 1,-F. M. Townst-ndl. 1-;' (.-m,. Florid ........ .21.(0 rent will now be devoted to the pur-
nent residents of Irvine. District 2-W. J. ils. T h-e,. Florila... ... 1\,, chase of new books and magazines.
District 21-J. A. Freeman. : laik;F. Flo)rida.... ....... 12.917.00i Miss Louise Gamsby, who has been
Ditrct2'-1.A.Foen.I e ibaran orsevnyeaspat
Mr. J. C. Mathews of Flemnigion. District 2(,--V. Luffman. Sa::tford. Flor'ila... .... .. 9.<13.UO the librarian for seven years past,
formerly Marion county's tax collect- District :,2-D. R. Ze-irouer. Bartow. Flori'd.a........... .l.134.00 will continue in charge and wi:l be
or. was transacting business in Ocala The chairman stated that a q':opim | Lakene:ld. F.crida......... Fsr.277.(A pleased to see all the old patrons and
Wednesday. was present. He said that the Object Respc!fully. any new readers at the new library
of the meeting was to devise means M1. 0. CHANCE. Auditor. rooms as soon as the books and fur-
Mrs. Charles Gates of South Lake for ringingg out as large a democrat- niture can be moved. It is hoped that
Weir was in the city Wednesday be- ic vote as possible in the coming clee- WHEAT-BAILEY the moving can be begun today.
tween trains, having come up to do ion.
some shopping. -An informal and Peneral _!iscusion 'It'. and Mrs. John Charles Kuy-: Miss Jean McRae, the beautiful
followed,., ali the members of The con- kendall have issued invitations to the iand popular daughter of Mr. Alexan-
Mr. Louis J. Haisley of New York mirttee pledging themselves 1to 1( all | marriage' of Mrs Kuviykendall's daUtgh- der McRae, was married on the 13th
is noted among the out of town visit- in their power to arous, enthusiasm tr. Miss Maggie Bailey, to Dr. Al- I instant at the residence of her aunt
ors in the city. He is at the Green in their respective precincts, an.l ex- hus A. Wheat, on Thursday een- in Louisville, Ky., to Mr. Ira M. Kim-
Tree Inn.-Miami Metropolis. haust every effort to bring o-, as ing. October 29th. at half after sev-ball of North Carolina. The happy
large a v'ote as possible. e en o'clock, at the Methodist Fpig-, couple left Louisville at once for
Mr. John H. Mathews of Candler A circular letter will he prepared' coIpal church at Enid, Mississippi. Denver, Col., their future home. Miss
has been in Ocala for several days. by the chairman and secretary and Miss Bailey spent a portion of I McRae was very much admired and
the guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. sent to the voters of the county, wintr l)efore last in Ocala as the very popularr in Monticello's social
C. H. Mathews. stressing the salient fea tires of ihe,: guest of Miss Anna Mixson, and Miss circles and her many friends wish
more inmporl'an; (;'estions of the cam- Mix.ion is ncow at. Enid. and will be her much joy and happiness in her
The friends of Miss Sally S,)urlin lag nlu".: t(n ~ 't,
The friends of Miss Sally Surin pign. and h, o at the i ;l atenianits at thi weddingI new home.-Monticello News in
are sorry to know that she conTinlues ol on ie day O ec ,ion and -ak, next v. l... Times-'nion.
to he ouite ill with a very sver at- ,)0,',-.,,.i ,j'; :,s l;,r ", -- Miss MeRae visited in Ocala ev-
tack of inflannmptnry rhenmatisn., :.i,>, ,.. "-?A!K DRAKE RRFAKS HIS ,.. x-,,< ., 0.I wh*il r ,Q


P. R. Le-1Tr 'hne ,w proprietor of
The Aimeria Hotel, has arrived and
taken charge. Mr. Lesser is from
Ocala and will move his family here
within tile nexr few days. He is a
ve' ptitsan len! ie2:'.an., a T;ii of
iAuile' tl.-l : ss ,\ p 'ei"tce. anl will
".; ul)t.(If yv n.;*.;;^ .' A ,:Ieria a pay-
!nL lrnositijn. Mr. LesTer xvax- for-
8i;,'li in 'e sawmilla b-isiness aInd
ihad charge ) of T he hig Tphint of the
Sun'r liiler C(;,:,ianv at [den-
t!.,,:i. i m ,i'r county, having an iter-
,st wxvith (;. A. 'Ld-),l and other men
v\ hose nalnes familiarly- cotnnect-

Mayor-George A. Nash.
Clerk-Henry Sistrunk.
Tax Collector-W. W. Cl.i.t
Treasurer-William r. (;Ar..
Mar.,shal-WV. C. Bull.
Council-At large. L. \\ D11al;
first ward. A. G. Gates and J I) Rob-
ertson; second ward. Charles Rhein-
vier and J. M. Meffert.; third %ard,
D. E. Mclver and E. T. Hilvn-t )n;
fourthh .i ard. C. A. Carii h.ieal and
iLhomIas J. Owen.
(Council let'ts on the first anl third
f'ueslay evenings of each mouth.
Trustees. ocala Sub-Schl D),ttnrct
-J. E. Chace. W. T. Gary ani G; W

ed with the liib-r indhistry through-i Chief of Fire Departme.nt H
eWt ithItie lst,-to r Ti mes.rythr g -.ambers.
o;t the ste.-Tampa Times. Superintendent of Streets- E .
Mis Carrie Lapa, ornierl of Jones.
Mis Cae Laham fSrmerly of superintendent of Electric Ligbt
this city, is here on a visit to her Plant-Ed C. Bennett.
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Ocala Board of Trade-T. T. Mum-
Mrs. Harry Lapham and their inter- roe, president; C. L. Bittlnger, ecrr-
testing little son. Miss Lapham is Ocala Rifles-Geo. A. Nash. captain;
now a graduated trained nurse, and John M. Graham, first lieutenant;
makes her home in New York City. Wil! C. Dunn, second lieutenant.
She has been phenominally success- Weekly drills every Tuesdlay night
ful in the practice of her profession Business meeting first Tuesday nigbt
and has made several trips abroad f each month.
with various of her patients. She is COUNTY OFFICERS
a very popular and capable nurse, Clerk Circuit Court-Simeon T. Sis,
and her Ocala friends are delighted trunk, Ocala.
to learn of the success she is having. Sheriff-Henry Gordon, Ocala.
Tax Collector-E. L Carney. Ocala.
Tax Assessor-Alfred Ayer. McIn-
Mr. J. W. Tuten of Grahamvill', an tosh and Ocala.
old and steadfast friend of the Ocala Treasurer-T. E. Pasteur. Ocala.
Banner, represented his community Judge of Probate-Joseph H. Bell,
in our city Weednesday. He was Ocala.Surveyor- Alexande" Moorhead,
Surveyor -Alxne Morad
looking exceedingly robust and youth- Ocala.
ful. He said that he had just mark- Supervisor of Registration-J. L
ed one hundred calves, and every- Beck, Berlin.
thing looks bright and rosperos for Commissioners-John L. Edwards.
thing looks bright and prosperous for chairman. Ocala; Samuel R. Pyles,
him in his advancing years. He has Ocala; Nathaniel A. Fort. Lynne;
no one but himself to care for, has a Charles M. Turner, Anthony; James
fine farni, well stocked, and his herd M. Mathews, Flemington.

| ^,i ..-* 1* . .. . . . ... i . . .. . .. - ^ - - ,t | '1 |,1 ** It *^ + I.**1 i .i l i 11'* IA*. i t * |t
--- "- Fron ;hi." (. 0.ii" co:ti nitr',, It WRIST 'the guest of lh r aunnt,* Mrs. M. 4(,ft cnt 'o is c.,pstantly growing larg-
Miss: Jew.v W '-oker. af'er a -hor : t RIS.,t, T h,1 \of. iltbbard. n
visit in Ocala wilh ',ir cousins. :liss- -, la I, i, t ,',r. no nat:' Y',.-te! '.tv a':,rn(:)(,. while playing -
es Florence a;ii M arz:ret \Vall',rs. ;1,, ,i.,tv,,,i, a,* :' *" .. f rt -,: !. ;;'.- '.nIs i. n e oi the O- The Re di nh Club held their T gt-l Tue \\ .h T. I. held a m eetin.g at s
'" ...... o.l.I. .e.TheR T ed\V. (-.CT it. helil Theirt-ngua
1left e ,-a. aft.loon for h-,r !.em-, - _.___ _'.-. ",,* ; -r'OO'. M. Prank D'-a.e la'Iar Tue' at Mon*( "- "Ga. A F! "' N i HT ,, hhl Tloe ou!) is of C I,<)n t the homeof Mrs. G. R. Mc- I' 1 al half 1ast two o'clock. This
---':. 4, ?--' Ir :a'e"s .1tal1 was quite .T.,:.n. The toirs(e of study mapl)ped '( nion eXi'eis to :;i\-e a very fine tet- [
Me.Fl. *,- \V,"- fn <* 1 .. . I ,; ,, was bhdly out for club this winner is Italy Ip ranch' ;eettiie ,.livt rt,, in O.';.; bvy
Ocala agents fr the popular ImZerial Mr. Z. ('hn;li. Otal. Pi:' .. ",, m nv Sm yrna Ar Squares. C i.l iiand se., I.,;,:r :Fi,!--Y(oiir .,s ,mead it-a, ,c a"t ,,IIsIan,1 I l, br a 1rokaen arm.n e a !- 'v n t ones T he 1l :. n oe : n
t hem. r"c gtPer(.stiIrg ones. TI; 1 (0(1 v,'.irk v' I 1, 8'. S fl:e tIrme
....;,.them. Prices r trom .,-2 t , : i,' h ( .. l,' e ]1 have to ( rr. Ior.s ar A S-1tiMt History of Pron' '' I t meing was es-
$45.~111-1 i-k!tM I\,-I.X Mary fI'at t Par- iolo. o ae nnein
$45. X "1, h, ;r ,r.:t, .v(,-t. I i:i'," ad : ;ill::, ;. u f,'r -jV,, 'p,,,rat vx.-eeh^. His^ .nJ t[ ly." t-- Mary 'cat Par (,.l,.,eia!ly he0l ;<, ..-ke arrangements
I ,!, ,X e as\i c a dA t.-;
''o'.I, until I am,. ,:I:'::.-s: \v.'!--. f*'i., .- r"'..' i hat(,X(',' be.dingly lhe )aihH.Gneissanc an ld "),lrn e \r.i L;v for thi. b,'.,, ,hi xill he a ery
Mr. R. A. Witr. ha- rn'i t h. h My. h.'nds ;,' s i so s -tiff I -a : ,,i. l. ,,,i ,,." :, that" has befallen hii. H Good year, anl '"(,reek l.ife. bv notable o", "adlring the WV. C. -. n he 1
third one of Mrs. H. (. ('roon'-- new .:i, ( ", ]lar (..'r t- ___ i,, t ,rs.esonvei n in tis t
cotgso ot ,ern 1r' ni-1 1: Sh 'r: h-r. 1i ,---- dif NS et xwriitetrs. ReIh'des 1 nese convelition in thiis City. .
eottagos (on Souiln l S '0r11 stre." ;111l 1., "t s' ">:- ,. ", ] i' -- r, ,, A ,
..... 1 ,"MISS SY'.,--STER ERER TAINS wo:.I-s li- Ba- Vi\ew Magazines wxll
as soon as ;I -. pl -Tlll, rill .. "h: t .. I '' 't'' i G G IR LE al e', stii ed 1 lessons for t' e, M-s. VtI'ie .,(tev ns o. Shawv\nee,
his fa pi in'l' v i'. T ;-.y n ,o w ; .-idVI jy ( *^TTI.- ;i d o(l Z r -'rov\ ,s ; **e ;!!l i ___ 1 1 tt.(,
hi t- i -- pndr,-t. are in 'he tiirst named 1-.oo Oka., frt ie rlx- Miss t. on Pine str-et. ('.1:, :ii,,ly. I hI'l. --Idl (,1: -y "i" t,, IIio, :s f te Youtng l a8dies' Next w\ ,tk tit(' elu will iI eet vi ]tihi s citv. is now on sit to Misses
s!s i 1 ,I' a *, l m
s It>. ,!n.;i 1"m .4 1 iil,. ,) (,a'tl>, auid .;.. i C r; l' of te P, I ist cl':1rch M is, Susie For ; :el.r. : til .Tib T'.yl.r :F Citic.nati.!
Mr. and- Mrs. R. A. (;re,,- who lI.:\. ,: .n2.,s I will n-rk TIt e x .I ;ta ed t th i r .ular ', ,, .. -.., .., o
.,-1 ,,zal s a n,W I : inof- ,
been aw-ay all summer : irnived,' ci 7.. l s. 'A t -11nk -l ) Mis r ,ronI:h C.rn oon by Miss Ai s D.rothv C. E ar s andl i-, ,', T ..I..,,i, anI il
SOala WVednesld a',,,r' on .ow -0-, ,ill .1, w -t''foiort,: and Sh i'- i.,,a1 l-,ste. l' ,ftornoon was lau.ther--in-!aw. Mrs. If. T. Atdams.i r- i 'r' i until aft--r 'htristnias as the .
short visit with Mr. and Mrs .1. .... o:', I. I \' ",' i'ti Vt f' l',t onn acf y, v' tr',"..l h i Tuef-ro" aftftenfo") f1on; ^j 1t o 1,, faTlil V of her aunt. Mrs.
sbl V ,lW-'-'-IT- C111 ; -S -1,1'it-i 11- ,v ~Sl}ffFITI n Dil l lt i ,ill" fanm v [l- tl'W,, 11i1`u 'd ), f(,n .n i( l
Gerig before o; g iz 0 oqwitb F : r : *IC.-Iit'v 1 1. -aar,^ -il uh- g the .- v hav-e been B. A. W ,th-rs. M,. Se ns will
t cr *,he winter. w)''i'I". ":F h \il )!,. +i' C l'. a
~tc~r ~T~.he winter. \,x,>-':ti,;,21. xx'i' I .i )n IIMis. Svl oesier set'rve,! ;, s nd' ',e'al we,,s with rela pi ;ik" ali wifte in Oc1 \ :%.' he, hst-
I-, : ', ''i:- ,_ !*i:'!" 'i --ts. 1a'ri ,i;- to goinz to ]ahalIt l t M rs. I.- !:lia l h ys.
Mrs. C L. (;6.-1... v aN a t. ('an .O F- 1',..I-',c, x .N M. .L. :i.i. ".". ", 57. ,J; -- i
on. are xnow (njo:' ini a a -i-ti in1 | -- . 'T r 1 .1rs. T K' "A a'ndtr .l -
N Yo'l: C; L-. ,'r o. CV'' (RAYMOND( FRAZI.ER F UND GU *L-1 ; ::T', r;).)n. MM, s '.\datn. s'n.. .i...
New Yorl: C['i:, l^.;e,,r on "h,,.-

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,-a. fo r M an i." ", "' ,\. ". ji .. ',d I .'- a l. ".1.hi ll' ,
,-it ,Join his hr.' l l-ir v ,-,- :-- a :1' .i b .lood e, ,is.t' :e i:i .<, lt' ,,u- lea s-.: ,- *i' i h.ands "l
l n1 ".h l. '. r i h ', w i l l ) o o'-. ; .I ,\ i .r .1 1' i e : : :e i o -i . ... ,y 1
,F, ,_, t , 1 1"o. Ii" . rI hIr -

ado Soprings. wh 'creI t x ex- wiec,, t, h, (, .;q,, n. -.l, ,,li( n Ie- rt. er v c t al, (.li o Th'iembers of It he .
1 I the winteir.t -.A llt'.t the .i:' rs (": the M Patric. TlT.r. n'
swind the winter. hi l e,1,:o.'r '<.. , ?,I",- 1.t ...., ,',. R,'if't sh:atent s ^1i/apiotilr ','t -ost .
"-ave. xx-ht- ...'ipon l'tIo..nt.'di., 1. T- '
..ds- r el ''- l x l >Ii o 1;T *- '..h..i- l-'. 'o sevle in the l inning roonmt and M- ) i' o

now traveling for a Philadelphia con-1 ri.-nder ,i d ;' ,v h nt of tiii, y and ,tir n lht n l'' o ti the excursion th
ce i in the cit. slopi al sentenced Frzir to ay a last Saurda as '
ru th inte c y t ,, Fh"' I.. ... -. w .-r .. r Waters., \hho hals been suf-, t'-l-y x ix His to
Almeria. Mr. ,Israel is known 'o a I.of $1a and costs, or sphnd n,-Ty .'', fo se ti air, r i,
an cs Isrorl spend -,n, v re or some time- with a- pa.- ,l Dsemn"
great many people in South Florida I Ir hi fuit th i ;-i l bny .-
ancr o Oho mouth. and whowa, was
ITama Ti pe i tiays it tho county jail a.u hard1 laboer. "oi x"'h
- Tam pla Tim es. 'M major L. T. Izlar ,st',,s e, ,L,,1( , t hi h ,n al' x o n- son. s,.Oregonian ',, .h
1 honx1'.i ? 11iti havo een dAinz en SlO n ~1- i .... I

i)rosecumion. while Frazi Hon. W. B. Dickenson. county su- ,,,I b\ Mr. 1L. \. Duval.

I vl 'n,--: i 14 it 1 .k t 0 . -- II ...... ; tA 0 1 ..') ,I I c t I1 llnl i t c "-,
(dly at h!is ioine near this city, is now II.(,,,.,rs. In the raco
v-erv niilch better and strong 1y.Des I ,,.-, i,-nt thn flrOrtt

', I A I' ; l i]tO ll, ;i! !,(e )!I S A'h ,s wvil *':. n ,r'i, :tck.-':m r i e. *, w .V' p ,. *,-*
1 10 17 ,1 1 )( 1 ; f- 11,
n in hl. 'rl 81-;
.\\ v W p tO S 1'rry \\ji'ow l,"r- '
Sf r i'Tc. \Wilih- in I.I-, m r'rrrpolis
'n-law..M r, t. I. ,
t r .I1" ;ld( 1 Mr,. R n. i \z wore tlie 'Zlests
,1,,' their ).:)m.(. I
;i>''<1~~M -S J.'l Ci"i- , ..,,. U T,
t il ,' ft);:'-'*,,r a~ in t. .M r s .1 C. (\ .i~t~ p
.,k ln is ;\: in-
in RM\ ,rs;.l,. Mr. andI Mrs. .M(A'-
,,'. ,ft le 'vo al-(o w'xont lip to SPo,
h ili M,\lrrv Widow v.
Iill has v. nslor at Conr-, I
f Mr. L.ouis R. Chazal wenft dowiVl to
? o i l ) o s t i r n! n r i ,, i< '
Shis \\oo,)nmar homno Tisdlay 'ft<'r-
Randall :atd
l noon for th hbalr,'ice of the we"e tHe
) Silver S!"'i 'n'- ,
~rv stce i in i ; :,ccomp)anid lby Father M. P. Fo-
i, e \\ "ley of St. Aiugusitine and Father Bor-
a t t hl P W c n' o n a ^ . , .
the an r. ry of Palatka. who will be his guests.
(,r'^. ;ind M r. M a- 1
iCh isa sMa. leo was also accompanied to the lakl
iich is a snialler
Sby his brother, Dr. Phillip E. Chazal,
(or tW'vo-ntl y pis-
Sof Charleston. S. C., who arrived in
:o b)'rtw <'n the '
:Ocala Tuesday afternoon over the
rvonirin dHi-t-inerdr I

Board meets first Tuesday !n every
School Boird-Superintendent and
-ecretary, W. D. Camrn; members, Isaac
stevens. Ocala. chairman: I. I.
31:tch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham, Ft.
Senator-D. H. Baker. Orange
iepIrts,-,t .t.fTIves- Ed I.. Wartmann,
iltra; George G. Mathews, Oc('al:a.
Justice of the Peace. Ocala District
- J. Walker Bishop.
* 0
Governor-Napoteon 1. Brow ard.
Secretary of Stat--H. Clay ('raw
ord, Tallahassee.
Treasurer-C. V. Knott, Tallahaa-
Attorney General--William H. Il-
is, Tallahassee.
Superintendent of Public In.truc-
ion--W. M. Holloway, Ta.tahlaa,-a.
,o,.mniissioner of Agriculture-3. K
IcLi:i, Tallahasse-e.
Adjutant General--J. Clifford R.
'oster, Tallahassee.
Rai;r(oad Commissioner-N'wt .,n A.
flitch. D. L. Morgan, R. ti:,d- in Burr,
ll Tallahassee.
Menibers SuprEme ('Coulrt- Thomas
.1. Shackleford, chief justic(,e. It Fen-
vi-ck T;;ylor., WV. A. locker. .1. B.
Vhi''ieIh, Charles B. Parkhii R,)bert
C,.ckrh,.l. ;,ll ,.f ral..h; s.-s.

.- S

Senators-'..7. H. Milton. M.rianna;
lames P. Taliaferro, Jaclsopv ill --.
Congress:len -Sphen M. Spark-
mran, Tampa; Frank ('lark, Gaines-
ville: Wm. B. Lamar. Montie(llo)
District Court-James W. lcike.
jtlge, Jacksonville; E. 0. Locke, Jack-
-onvil!e, clerk; John F. Ilorr. mar-
shal, .Jacksonvi.l: J. M. Cheney. dia-
trict attorney. Oriando; David S. Wil-
liams, commissioner, Ocala; George
C. Crom, postmaster, Ocala.

Mr. Louis R (Chazal. Miss Oni,
Chazal, Mr. D. S. Wood row, Mr. (GPo.
H. Ford andl Mr. and Mrs. C. 1l. lloyd
came ui) Monday aftrnoon from
\Woodmar. Mr. Ford was th -gtest
of Mr. Woodrow at Blair Villa over
Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd wep


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Tour flag and my flag, and how it flies
it your land and my land and half the
world away:
Uose red and bl,'vv r.d its stripes fo.--
ever ghlea, n;i
Smow white and sou4 white, the &coo,
forefathers' dream:
Ly blue and true blue, with stars that
gleam aright;
Tb7 gloried guidon of the day, a shl-.
ter through the night.hL
To.- flag and my flag. and oh. hov.
much it holds'
Yoir lan,. and my i-ind secure with:
its folds.;
tour aril !ny li<-ar' boat quick .:
at the sighT;
Sun-tisspd and viind-tossed, the reo
and blue and white:
Thb one flag. the great flag, the flag for

Mr. W. H. Taft, republican tiandi-j Chairman Mack says that Mr. 3ry-' Reading between the lines of the -
date for the presidency, has invaded an is making the greatest political progress of the campaign, the imnipres- TI-: New York Herald, which pos-
Kentucky and Tennessee we are told battle the world has ever known,. s.on is gaining ground that in at sesses a skill and accuracy seldom
for the purpose of breaking the solid- Chairman Mack makes this s;ate- last two of the great states a poli- equolle l in feeling the political pulse.
arity of the south, by winning those ment with a full knowledge of 1hw 1 cal deal has been made which the is astonished at the result of irs r'-
two states into the embrace of the facts before him. hiead1 of the democratic ticket i.s to cent investigation. About the first o
doctrines of the republican party. Headed by the I)resi!enit of the bie sacriflcd to save those two s' lIes. September they estimated that Mr.
But why should not the south turn United States the army cf federal of- The New York World has lately Taft hal 2" sure electoral votes all.i
the tables and convert this distin- fice holders are in arms against Mr. completely a canvass, or dunmmny vo;e that Mr. Bryan hail oniy 6 .ur
guished visitor to the embrace ot its Bryan almost to a man. of New Yori:. and .,-ure out that Yat votes of the 21-2 necessary to elect. In
doctrines? Every privilege cas and industry I "ar sta'e by ,lft-en tliou- recent issue of that )apler they Ie-
doctrines? Eve y r ivirltlhgell (-:a s s and 1 nil us!ry I\.,,L: t'arry : ,..o sta e 11 ,
Mr. Taft is said to i)e a very genial, throughout the length : ail breaiIh of ar .d votes. while Chanler will carry cared that Ohio, North, Dalota. Kan
o.',-. ii ;u hehy n ar of .n a lOIe o .which the'y h.,14~ lc
clever, good naturedl gelAtleman and the land is in ar-As against Mr. r- it over iu.hes by nea'!y two n- sas and Oregol which they h. lc-
c;, ', cnvcton..-:o why not lead an. dtired thousand. -d in the suro republican col.' "
.....~~N in o to,,:. h fi.alia -, 'l1- 0 fs " Illvp 11lSt 1)e ta-ke o~li Ot an,l !,lac,'d itn tilt,,
i.- nj t ;hs of ;oliical righ, Mr. William Randlolph, Hear.t. wlom No rliac as to pitive -US must e t out al lad lie
eousness? President Roosevelt. through his sec- can be placed on figures thus ot)ai- d,,outul column with .stronoilg dtt(eni -
Why should be not embrac-e the1:- retary of war. Mr. Root. in his Re- eh. but ee1 (' if he-v are'e i g-oss.y -:n- ratic leanings. The N Yw York Hfr -
docrines? Does not the SoIth l tiii (h-I.,ster sp*eel.. lrn-itallv accus od 0o' ccil'a e. the vote shows thai t ,,;' aid. id rirg the last tw'i;y-eight v ,', a
holl to The lleories and cling I. i the instigating thi asas-'-i .on H f t i oi i ig .. 'of, I i t :er g En'oli <-;o i[! ,i-
tradiui<::; hlt- "fathelrs.'" aiil 111 .10- 11t" .1IcK"ilu'' !ha rI- v lten- -;'-:\e T, sa. Tat tev Ii it i ;i,. ". ;- i.. i- ,l hile it is ;i tmlint iiptnll "I''
ing so ia .< e not doing r ailt? joIned ha.,1s w1 ih t :>'e... l;." ,- an" 1 ,v te' throww ( -p .F.'' .. . Ic a ; 'l:e''' '"*,... t'Itct'c .st thait The"y mi ]k
T u -e diem ocratic party. tO \vilie'l "li,. i-h ie .th. .w.rV'Illw i i'!ltn ear- ,a 'l" .it "i:. i-r.l ; ,.. .- -f i'-.o :i:,.|I;I B: el:eTh s,! is nw ,
south beloi, s. and is wt *.ilei,i h.,i its 'i- n ,''\s;' ai>!rs to i..-, M r.Tt1m..:.. "il. r ..i- ' ... ,.. l s ;;! I i is.o r -
l)ir th w\ h e n l ih e g.o v e r hl'll ii'h ; w v at ,,ilii- 2 l r E t l ,e i ,' V pI ,t' .'^o ', ,- -. ,'- . ,. ; .. ... : ', \ 1 u' |u i a" t .l.t p n .i :: ,, ; ,) h i- 1 1 ': ,. i ,d a ; i 1: ,
ed. and! rct -eiv, d its ha *;isIn at the et) i ;! : os" ; li x. .' -. j. ;* ' i t:, i' l- i; sco \ -'
halli.s (of he "f tlher .'" I: i a t i 'i,' .-. is ,id!g w:,;'I i a [ :i, ;" '"' e '. triP ')a u \\, r !.. t''t',1. i i- R o);-: velt' s p'1)0 :
i J jN- f'..1. ...... I-,

m e a n d y o u: .i loti 'r iu l ilt- (i c 'i iO i' ,L 1i ,.-- '." t .A in. 'd in i ( i t e x o* i'.,I a 't). .:,,;fI ... 'il i ,*,*'. "' .I , . ...
Glorifled all else beside., the red and lelt,.nc,' ,r a i e.iili in a ln o ii
white and blue. ,,. -,, :,,, .i.>
^ -- - -------- Hl ow differ' ret', t to tlI par'-y .v;llhic i ;" "i si-:. *--, ,.i .,,, s : <-,,' ". ,,-, ;"' i ai '...i l *n li '-
FRANK HARRIS. Editor. M1r. 'ati belon .-.? 1Mr. Tlomas W ;son t1, ", ain I-. ", \\- P. V. LeavenOOd, Busines Manager. The republican party receive,-,i i[ nlis'ed as a "side partner" o: Mr. jI:vy show ihat jus,; a .1. .l has ,,.en 1 A he le:1ding replU lblic;a s feel t;;a!
(Ililis!(Ilt as a -siion partne.-Taft wa. not
Birth in a campaign of sectionalism Roosevelt. and is doing what he can made. intion of Mr. Taft was t
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1908 and was baptized at the fount of ha- to ,lfeat Mrt. and bring ,is- in lllinoi, the con'litio1i are almost made Iy the republican party. hi: lby
______________ tred to the south and it, institutions, aster to the democratic party. Nkitntical. exc iit iliat no reasonable th" direct appointment or Mr. Roos,-
So why should the people of the The manufacturers of the country, person has ever figure-, that that vIl himself. 3 nis is a kind of poti-
DEMOCRAI IC TICKET south throw their arms around its b% persuasion, personal appeals and state woui,: be anything 1ut rehubli- cal game not relis..ed by republicans.
-- neck and embrace it? threats, are artfully and determined- can. an it is said that hundreds of life-
Ratoa During the first administration of ly endeavoring to turn the tide of bat- The (td ;,iocr;t:.. caniiate for ov- long. republicans in every rep)ublican
m O tthe Unlte, .ialt-es- the republican party it waged a re- tie against Mr. Bryan. ernor will probably b) ee!ected., but Couity are going to cast their balor
WM. J. BRYAN. lentl-ss and bloody war against the The forces against Mr. Bryan in- with a loss of votes to Mr. Bryan. fe, Mr. Bryan as a re)uke for this
Vi President of the United States-- t b wa
JOHN W. KERN. south and its "peculiar institution." clude all the corollary influences which, of course, will not materially dictatorship. They want to teach Mr
Ualed States Senator- for which the south was at best only from thie "fake" letter of the late change the national result. Roosevelt a lesson that will be r-
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER. partly responsible. Presided:: Cleveland to the "Terni- Whether the schemenle. suggested I mmen re- by all of his successors in
Mel S 1 District This "peculiar institution" was cious a 'iit" of the occupant o the the World'.- figutires can bt' tl'y car- the White HOS.
S&. M. SPAR&.MAN. , ,,\' -> -"'i, r
S.Md. SPiaR ANt.--- iaande do.l ;o tie soun;i lhby \Va.-lb Whit" IousIe. rieil, ot remains to e .,II. hlh Mr. ... 51
Presidential Electors- I--I "
rH.-na P. BA^ILEY. 'tiagLnu andl his compatriott.: its l Mr,. S11. *, J. Tilden declared that Bryan is showing his political saac- HOW MR. ROOSEVELT REPLIED
ROBT. E. DAVIS was fixed in the constitution, andl if it to ov,'thrc'x a )arty strongly en- itV in getting into it". "'(,n '-
P. W BUTLER. w'as to be disturbedi at all it was not drenchedd in power required a 1wo- country" and con'n-lnding every i.ih .l *' Parker rvpe)a;s the' chl"-'.
GEORG C. MARTIN. to lbe disturbedl in blood., tl.irtIs vo*e of all the peopl)le, and Mr. of the ground with his oi)pponent 'e-ently prinedl in the World lh;"
8AMUEL PASCO. Having its birth under these cnnli- \atr re-echhoes this statonmnt it is prolbhabli,- tia; thi, cohmaton I,"-o "h S;:nd:lrd Oil was ask"t for $:.,
tioiis. what was the next act of tiis an, ,d declares Ilihat it requires almost ,, l. will ot p1,rmit the'mselves t.) b4. ,,'" aidi ,It,( !(':tril)tit $ I,,. > I', "
state ,
Com ptroller- patV nar y v an uli versal political ui)lhaval. th'!s :;..:]*]d f l)oi\f'.wt:i h" O S;Ei'iI's. R Oo 'It (2Ii T)i -.f ftuil in I'.o f )(
A. C. CROO-M. r ihe Idoly war. so i-- ry Ie- -rnei t iru wit i ll.i 'bin True.."ir- t o I,"t
RIalt'ruad ('Commissioner- i a- ;. it. -Is .wlak e;t i ;- t; ',-,i to --; t ,i: ,
t' :t"',-;, ',, ii. h', ''=, .i (': 'lii'1 It IH1- llii{ ltn .? nto (1x~i.JI ... (' I corn !w HI a), i a '! tiii ae ;: )' t o. f''I 1,, '& o r 2I' e .
ROYAL C. DUNA. ,., iitl i.Tosiii oO *r thl coiiq-c.r,,i stl ,-,t hl en h says l;' .r. e,' Vi \, i ''Ce !,
Tr-asurr- : I terri,,'a:. I;:'.'y : i: 1mil.:ins th,1 gr.a 'est *!..,iii- "i,.',, in ii ,. w ji'h ,h,' ,*'.1WCV:. -- 51k S;I().-,.. !T i';; :,' d ,:ii,-.ii ". -
W. V. KNOTTr. \- "" d (.' ." fhI, .Ih-world has ee 1;1 E' Mi. :i N.-l .i. v "i
secretary of State--- I *I.. le,( (Idoi i\'i .,'1". -t,,'J,' l'"),,. '. ] t
H C L A Y C R A W F O R D I Iono, o n ly i a n ,ml :. .,i nf l u0 .....i.. "O I E
Goer .r CLAlio CRWFRD 1j os (il *' TI. soi- i< n.*IT 1 *'>'lt 10 (h- 'Iiu'''rs \v'1~ ic XQU'STE POEM BY FOR MVER a It'ei: ;'r'''!:ie.' ('l,'ia''niK-au in !f h
Governor- n i Ilion sin .'CS o f I sti ll', 1 i (h i! :( 111 ,"X toill-.i.QU!,!T7 POEM'
ALBERT W.aGILCHRIST s\"oo0). b,; wiho a in.. -i ; r,' :n! .rati lantd- FLCRIDIAN 1,),- ,i ,d 1.. o' .., 'oad.' '
Attorney General- li'
-3ARKI M TRA M ME LL. arat'ion, tl.s,, Pi, :,1 ] in : ,i:' h ,k !r i.-. in ,'-,,,, to l .) ,l",,- :i F--? h t r ,.
State Suit! of Public Instruction- ,i ian-is ;i and :a'ie them ih.. tii 'k0 -i-r: :* oa e ; d l .I .. .. t ,< ,i ;,-" ,.... IS 'l l'e .' .,:.. .,,, ..-. .. lii.-- W i
W M. M. HOLLOWAY. ov,-r the conqulr(,d territory. oi" lit,' R AiTRYlin- the l als aI, j ; ,,:'-.n ;h ,ag -. i : o :,,
Co0miibaioner of Agriculture-- I \ii'- h OTin. i vvi'.o oak.,e? a ,idemocratic victo'y v('0m- r..,'. ;(,,i,:s in i, l-:,hli-<' !;n FRANK POPE'S ORATORY
B. E. McLIN 11 'l..r. j J'.ulicel o' the Supreme Court- Th sOh is shjt',,, i's encourag I ro sl ToF-asy-. ;
VILUAM A. HOCKER. far .more menacing than the (Iai;aer Thr' i nothing so ecuran Tom F. M( i. athr .
t Tk-j. M. SHACKLEFORD. that threatens fromn the bIeasts of thi enoi'ramente --nothing so inspiring th,' .Iac.k{,\vile, Tires-lInion. wsas in tihe .ast spaking for the di.-ni-
N. S.aHiACK1ornOn Di,'tn hataithreaten'scra froiknianhthe wll t't rf the.
County field. s inspiration, nothing so anin:a ing born in II mountains of Wayne critic ticket an he will get sulI
B'epentatives- No home in tlh e "conquered tri-ri- as the contagion of enthusiasm, couniy. Kenttucky. and( was rearedi on The IpopIO of Florida will alway- r,-
W. D. CARN of Ocala. -1.'nn fa elkwr i u am t the a~e f 2 i oudli Oft iswr, a 1 at 'iI
L. S. LIGHT of Reddick. I tory" feels safe for a day or fo,- alt L., none of s hkewarmi in our a arm. At the. a of 27 he foni :l )r hi wr in th last -
County Judge- hour without a male protector. No l ors'-s but ut lize all the political himself on board the first railroad paia;n ,rt., in the interest of Gilh,'i-is
JOSEPH BELL ot Oeala. white womar i.- safe ahn u')on an u1 in our lorose-i to kindlin the train he had ever seen, with $:;4 in and co:inon decd.ncy in eplecti:o<
C oSt PHBLcf r ciOc. chiwa ourt-o democratic fire-., -is pocket, going to college. He ob- seehs w- sines-ik. .''
S. T. SISTRUNK of Ocala. public highway..h-
TThis is a harhTUNK o Ocala. and brutal thing t A l)arty strongly ontrencheo iin gainedd v'ork at h scool help pa p'.te with Icommon seese anI rea ,,,. I
JOHN P.lGALLOWAY of Ocaha. lay at the feet of a political party,. ibut -"',r can env ,e ov-A'thrown by a his wa'- He r',t In,'- olt),h of a :>' ,Ii-(.'is ,i .1:, various f::,"stion- .
Tax Collector- it is nevrrteles.s true. e. a palriot ic and Ieterminle.l u-1l room for 12 1-2 cnts a '..,k-\. anI,! fo" i,-..;h. st t:i;'V c' ',d be thoroughly i,
E. L. CARNEY of Ocala. But can one cxp.,ct to gath.,r fig rising o1 he peoIle. n-arly two years lEv,- i on 1iker's ilrttoo-i by all the voters. andI ..-
Tax As-,svor- M.B i*,,i-aoiyb ohoi !oul.- :
A LF.RED A ER orf Ocala from thistles? Could a l)artv, hlon (of : i I\ I. Br-l' lis iajorily )e so bread, !olasses ani v. (,''. at a (ost ( ) nvincing argLuments hal much ,) do i
ALFRED AYER of Ocala. virv-Iilii-Ii;keewllbnof
Tr a sur er- sectionalism nurtured on war and hia- i oirv't ,ln ints i a; hi tre will he no of the iy'V- e ars..h i, ,e Al t w '. i,. p opleh's triui .ll)..- Dale
"-.111s -kj, it- lu.., on!oft e I" hree y-ears he c i I1at el wit ( 'b v r.
THOS. E. PASTEUR or Ocala. trend. and blinded by partisanism. have lS it d wit ,
Spt. Public Inst.-uction- been expected to bear anything but two d(lil1nas an.; as lio valedictorian
J H. BRINSCN. evil fruit? CNE OF BRYAN'S RETORTS of his Oas,-., and i- now one ot tfhi STILL ENVIOUS OF OCALA
County Conin:i-sioner- 'as not the Credit M ilie. h most accomnplishedl scholar.- of) A'-,!-,-
Wazno heCe-i Mblir Tt,
s e. .Kay cal i whiskey frauds, the star route f)rs dispatch announces the's tia. T. F. Me.eoath has written nuch C.' 0. F ,x of Ocala was in
l~l, l-Gerg Ma'Ka. O0l whiskey frauds. the star route frau,t>.,
Dis. 3-.M M reor P and their conconitans of evil. beorn I morning that a Pnnsvlvania manu- )t l p)li.hel litl,. Wil. i )ossil)iliti f he city Friay.
Din.1- M '%1 r oc tor Ped ro.Ifactf ureu of cream se laratoors h s gi\- w ii,.,nolw ,.f op o rma't i l revie, with a critic's e.veo.
s. 4-N A :.''. Lynne. under the dispensa-tion of this party ? e s C:- C.' 'u 'ht Ie- it c t i
Dig. ',', .1 '- :,shy Citra. Are not the sugar trust, the beef nlotic" to his em!oy, that the _lee D.,,\ill,, ",I s-.. in -,. ,rla ti s ..
Members ,: Sh,,i Board-- t rst, the stel trus, and the s--^ f '-,ry will c(-ose down for aln ex- he l[,an ?'.e riparaie) <,t tlxee ne;r1, t:o be so far ahea, .t
M m r s, te" ee ' dath e sN l-i w,' t
Dis --!. ii' i. h. Blitchton. of graft that is extending its tentacle |etl', l^rio, if I am ,elected. Tli is s ,ooks (;r ;pl,.-ti(>:, l. vin the inti i I own ; 10 !muke it look i. :
Blitcht.ot ]i.o ofg -raft t'hat is ex]to.nd:'ing its on htoniai ofl.'it-,i:
U t. 3- .. S. ( ..ntaar, Ft. McCoy. in all dire; ,ions. the l, it.i:naIe off- 1 1 'l i'^r n thr t'i I .u v burn' ":! all hi.- i:- r I 5i' o te h o FIl..
..- - i spring o0 ihi.., ];.ar'y" !;tve y.,? rea l. I l]:., suppl)osed, that pr.')' :;tic -. ;.. i c((';nuiltl]ii 1)t :01;!'- .'.* '- ('s ,i *, at!'., to it.--Ii\' (e'-i'
The dinner pall is still empty. j s no! th e .ste tha? mak.s tlie rh, cows ,, ,e"
T p I American famnter pay twice as njtuch ,elu a uienmcrta ic adlmitinstration as New-. This isa revi'a! of 1 he sa',-, <,-i
This paper tips its hat to Afhur f is ini)p.nlm-nts as nei.chl)or well as an lIcr a rep)ui)lican ad minis- ;;.' talk. Ocala goes right alonn
Williams and P. A. Diginan. across the sea. andl front which tration- bul if as a r:,ut of ny el,'' JAPAN'S WELCOME jS uppo',r-ing 'won ,laily ewsipapu.. andt
-- ----n'Brya wrongful exactions he is contpeolle'd to, lion the, cows are going to dry tIp in --. i' Time.-i'nion Iiailv Bu'eau. while
When Bryan is elctedthe slog a ke his "bread 1)y the sweat of his No.'ene'0 r andt not become fresh ;nutn .iaIJtin is utuakina "z-l't "relvaha- Live Oak's single daily has he..n per-
will be the full dinner pail.face" e boast policy of this ar- fr four years, it will really he a e- jionls to ru-cu.ivi' ti,' [*nit,.,1 States ( mitt ed to go the way of all gras-.
...-y rious nitatter. There nlulst 1e some war shilps, which are maiaing a tour:
Colonel McNamee objects to being i Ant in like manner, does not this mistake about this separator l)lus'ness of thee worhlul than any0 llTlr n. TN' Ocala Banner, in its issue of
acrownldy poet laureate in Spanish. The man Bnay be manut'acturing te 'hen the floet ra('h. th harbor at W! inesi lay. the t tlh. putlishe. its
Tbe' one hundreds dollar contribu- ican hous,,wife inl the l)urchase of ev- s'larator- that the republican party Tokio h.-vy wi~llb Itli( nl,' y thitrty X','5- list of c'ont ribitou-s to tite Br'yan an.!i[

,sels^;^;;= = ofS the .J.^ii;;-;:':" ('l1^he -I1 ;?;n ampig fut and:*: anouril
tion,- of Messrs. Arthur WVilliams :anti ena article thet centers into thI' ijo- the1ye sng o t a ee sn xs-il o hae on hoa,'d* htmllr o. thei K,.r that omloi'n umoly awoldh anne'
P. A. T)ignan look awful lonesome. IneSli tc eoinoy. front the gar,!en rake a .selaral or t hat seilaratedl thoer cail'a noI/ren( l- o h-) ''v
to thte sewimnz m!achite: from the milk anti it has given the dignitaries anil p~rot)if*'nt Offi('i~alS, ',I tor- that Ipurpose after- th,, 17.tIil

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Mr. aLd Mrs. R. A. Green have ,on :

to Cearwater for the winter. Thcre was an enthusiastic niti- Ftilow Democrats: -i
ing of ite Fra'u-rnal Order of Eajtes The republican party has this year
\VXenes(lay niuht, at which time an placed in !he field a ticket fcr the
Mr. E. P. Tha-lard came homn yes- ,,:zanization (iof t le.)lge was comn- .- i-!;;Ture. andl have caused to '\-
terdav :om a !,,;-,in-,s visit To Jck- i., 1 ,1,, allowing g offers ,is, .-- a ,1 (pa lily a .reat nuniler of
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o M r. ti',i',' ( L )\,.i oi i<.v-bdrg is
gu.'si of his iho-h'her. Mr. Frerl
LoveAl. for a shovt 'isit.

Mr. Mallory lJidlon was in Ocala
yesterday from Jacksonville. where he
now makes his headquarters.

The Baracca class of the Baplist
church held a very entertaining meet-
ing at the home of Mrs. S. A. Standley
last night.

Mr. Raymond B. Bullock came up
yesterday from Sumter county, where
he has been on legal business. Mr.
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WVon'll.v, '-1'rtary. \X. R. Pe',1i.. h.
VW orthF. !.'a.irtr. F. G. B. It 'il'.
Worthy chaplain, \V. H. M.oo(,.
Worthy electrician, H. \V. Ti-k' ,.r.
\Vorthy physician. H. C. IDozi,,r.
\Vort!y con-lucior, John T. Miwr,'
Worthy insitl, guard. C. A. Fo-t.
XVorthy outside .-aril. Taylor S;ro-
n n.
The following were the members
elected: F. G. B. Weihe, John T.
Moore. M. L. Reynolds. A. Frank, W.
W. Bush. A. M. Dusky, C. 0. Hairis.
P. E. Fort. J. 0. Lucius, Alt. E. Ow-
ens. W. G(;. Evans, .Jas. S. Engs er.
J. C. Marshall. C. W. Goff. W. R. Ped-

DUIUcK Is ur. nana s lawyer. rick. G. D. Hogan. C. A. Fort, V. E.
Bradley. AV. .1. Gorham, 1'. L. Dekh,.
.M r. W illiam W illiams of B, rlin I 1, .H Xl.'. r. orha n W l l.
.1. F. Hall. XX'. T Stronian H.WX.
spent yesterday in the city. While Hi Grn A
& ^ <, f1' i i-Tucker. Henry Gordon, W. A. Kallen-
here he was the guest of his daugh- rger. Otto o. A. a-
ter AMrs. R. S. Hall. bpwr. Oto Schwarz. Gonrgr N Da-
Svis. N. H. Thomas. F. WV. Ditto, Sam
Leonard. S. Hale, M. Nolan. A. S. Lur-
AIr. C. M M urphy. one of the Lust- S.r Hi J A M ri
ling farmers of Anthony, was among .Dr. H. Cnjain DoF. E. \ot.. F. \V.Mors
the out of town Ocala business isit- ., H Bnjan F. E. ot F. V.
ors Thursday. Ellison. T. L. Neely. M1. I). Wilson.
N. L. \Vililants. Pot W\infrd0. 0. \V.
Corderoe.. I.. M. Raysor. .1. \V. For:. J.
All children are cordially invited to
M. Peoterson. S. L.. Bitingg. W. S. Mlc-
attend a Hallowe'en party to lbe given;
Lauwih!in. W. F. A.ladms XV. H. .Icl.r,.
on Hallowe'en night by the members,
I. E. 1 .Lavengorod. \V. C. H1 ll.
of the juniorr (Guild of tIl Episcopal .X
h r" are ini- oi' ,r ; ,).i-a'i()lns
church. Th ir' ar thii:v lh,. ;
to l+' ;8 ] on ;,"' 1 @'x; 111....i -\t 1i .
,., , , , w i l l ) h 1 ,' i n a t )u ;i ,,< .< -k ,.I ,':
('ol Chatlefs F V,-nal*,. \\ho 1 )1;.i)l
t*jt, h :'a w i l l ' \\i ; il I
the 1brick ; -; .t in ( anil. w] t,
mark l ;rtvly consir'cieled (
0it lh r'' l1. anl for \'vi i iih a ., i1i1
the roa. fironi Ocala ;() StOlok ,-." -'r'.i hIl
W a, a ,"si'o ''i T a !' l !p a F e" r i il i, nII i ni l +. .;* A n l g i :-i- 'i i i .
M r.\ i ,-v 0- ;:1i M r P a ,.-:< :. n ,O. "f'!)( ( ) ;I 1 1' I li ": ii 1 0 h ( ): :( ,
dla rLht, rs (o i T .I Ow ':, of() : > 0' i(Y'.,,: .1- ,l i li..x, () is 0 1 it
this city ha ,,a :-, t, -iir 10) t ir t 'Y" 22 ",iil, t .'r i t'

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n o r ] l r n h o ): u ) '- : ('" .* :, > i- n l i ^ \ : l l ) 1 ,1 t i l \v 1 '- 1 n r +' .* l ( ) )j ( o I ;l,'^ *
v ra i m ,-,.k s i:; 0 1 -i :.ndl ; 1 .1:, \, *' !, ^ ;: i,.!*-'*>)",
VWe ir. ~ ~-
Mr. WV. I. M1P_.ll. roprw.-e'htinz SOCIETY MEETING
th e .J. P \\ '.li& ':- ,"a! \ ': '', -1
pany of' S a .. :..; h. antd s--. :
knovn in i ,thi.- ( i \w.- as a )caia -* 'n
H o] s)U y ,sT ,\ H w -- a." '( ,n -' ....
ie,! bcy M rs. M l('I-ovw ll. ,, ',* .:LI ,t t' C a;i"'., A1 .i hI-
S1 t( :: ni'l:'l :t'": o' "' .4,ci,'tv '', 4', t,
Mr. B. H. Norris was or.' of Th' i,! '-,-T :ai,1 Mrs. C. Tuil wa act-
ala Confederate Veteran., who at- i lr,.sidhi1 in tI11. as.<'ice ( t^
tendled The 't--union a' Ta.n au-. h- ., -.,.ar l!'t'-ai l4 1 S i 't res.-
enjoyedl a slilenlid ripl). He wa< ,the- ,- lpaI'r- were, re' a :i ii.! 'th "r 1' i-
gwi.-st of his dlaughl.'r. Mrs. Duke 'l'ss coi.I('te." \vilh th'' society \was
('ato. in Tampa. ;Ia'nsaced.
.\+A ,,r )It,. t ... ,: l' -;^.... ",i,..-',' n i:,I.
Th MX .:rion Sho. ( Col i' 'is ; I. '- fi 'i i ; jii;'- an I .-
''ll\ tlis.'10siti 0t '-- s',;'k o' .' o s." ,'',a! ;'i ,! ,'." 1" 11: ] ::: l s, 'e 'a
; 'M- r h a -.s.- v, o .1 'li- ,i,-il-', to s ir lA.'rty.
.. *;. l'< 1 '" "- '" <',- ( ;1 at onHct. I T; ';^,.' -
T h 'l<,' ",- ..'. i -, : v, '* ', .,,: a i <,! .,n 1 ,:t;" : v . ,;* ; ., i .i., ,If' :~l \ .\< ; ,<
an-l th r,' *" "'.*k "" in i* 1't ck- :j't ,! ,!i;:;ut i<'1 i n, a.' I ',,' !;i-i; *s ;.,
.!<'t\ Tfl prkc. '-. I -~*t o .. .. .. : '* -*" 'i(it" wa.-, Pan 'x(o">''in'ly
M r .Jai;)(s I..,'..'- of Pan-a's,,ffk+ i- ;,,;. ;. ,; ,:* m ,'. (l.' ick<,n sa :,,i, ,\ tfrs.

fol o'i a %\i -i To I' ) o,- hb n i
Sc,,:l-n1,i. andi he ha.s T-'melnm '.r ,
Iv s, ndin us a s copy ot Ihe \'e (;la-ow Scatsmman. and a postal (ard
-i,'w of Loch Achray. with Ben Ven-
ue Mr. Leslie is at Ashdale House.
Even. Scotland.

Mr \\. A. Kallenberger has open-
ed his place of business in the Rob-
vrtson building, opposite the Ocala
y dinner office. and is now ready to
rye the public with the best the
market affords in his line. Read his
1.. .. .. ..9% r%.. .*1V% .. I .. .." %I

'\<'s. a :ll (),fq't' w te'e 'trv4'' lby
V 's. M ;- ;v I,.l !;:, .!ox and 2I rs.
.Jack ('8n111 ;issis;-z 1 },,v )r. D-'),lre.
M1rs. Austin and Mrs Melver Qt at
Thle ;bhle in the dining roo,!. a!nd
p(oureol the tea and coffooe.
This was one of the most deli-hil ,u]
meetings thaT the society has tver
enjoyed and Mrs. Dodge's charming
hospitality was thoroughly appr-ciat-
ed by her guests.


"-, r.* ;(-.'- ";'Y rt'.' in th : titllnre 1() o 'll-
,! :rl ";, ,, h',' e b nl. -, ro vo't .
S: ;i+ \, ; :m ii :-rlir, it to 1"'. ro
1 ] ,'* ii',; '..- ,I, '::o)f' ats< al.pp ar
S':i'ic 'hi.-- (car andi tail to vi,, in
*!,' .u '! ,i ,'l',ciioni there is a possi-
',t!'y ,. "h"f r,,'lblicans electing one
(4, *xr'hi i!H(mIf)ers t of the legislature,.
yt.i ihis posibilityv will not exist itf
all democrats take upon themselves
the duty of voting.
We therefore urge upon every (em-
ocrat th- i:(.ecessiTy for his hearty co-
operalion and ihis undividled support
fror th ,le iocratic ticket, and his
dl':ty to vote without fear. It would
be a shame oni (..ilr party should we
11iP gently permit even the possibil-
ity of such a condition as has been
in hlie past by negro nomination.
Therefore, fellow democrats, lace
.o':r duty ;o your party before all
( ih'r 4 to the I)olls and vote.
C:ir!. Dni. Ex. Comn. Marion, Co., Fla.,t: ). E. MATHEWS.


Ihi itI of 01 1 > c(hil!'C', all.!spar-

&s v, ~a a r,''~co,,iion

xt .h1in- i, ioi!-c rlors of the
I ~ v Un ~ 'n 11' inoot' o ;7rs.

A L' I -L~- 11y ~iljt-ro' a

IA ~ ~ ~ a- whic pr.'it'~~OlIh o-m

wiAlit -,ill oU t the Phila-
.0-_i : in". 1. hi; t'(''opttiolt pal-
y( 1 a) 2a iJI~(~H11
ji ~.; b i -ojalvand in
-n ~ ~ ~ '1 V,! 2 s x' to e4'\) .'E'
2 I2.2u- 1111 hei' -:'':Tampa.
'.. ~It a~:i 11 1'tTurn l l I I 'lla jew a S
to hIr 1 olaiw t ill .1ac(k sonv il he.-Tamipa


"i '* i',*' :', -t <,I" M '. 1...I;>n- K ni: i.t

; I : t' ;- '\ io. i- i r tl i; I') S < qlw ;tr<' (I of '-

c' tii \ !'01 S. an l > i' *1 *.c 1 *y are now i

t mile flhan ever before.
lp 'i(s is an industrious and(' i
*,. n etic oung bu ; ;iness man, an

be expects to devote his entire time
o il 1 ing p this firm, and wi ;ll use ''
' every 1' iT: ' e means to this end.' '(-

i#:ilt.\ it>;" soq iiip !n i,)ll ':'." ,i:,(l n ()\ ;is-
ill.:;.'S !} ,, ,'* *llU i' ; ..;I) l !: .... t 0 1 ; ,
co..j'"i '+t'l (>)I' in's,
This (.o):hi~ay hia\(, r.,'i'cntly nio\'od
th+,ii" -;or+,. ani~l hay(, 2_re~itly enlarg-
,',l tlh. Business. ail tilie.' are now inl
;, lw)ter^ position to supply the lard-
",v., 'n' rral~lt1 than ever before.
Mr. Hridgey is an in~lustriouis and
+,n(,c(,i'et ;voung business man, and
lie Oxp~ectS to devote his entire time
to buihl ini up this firm, and will use
e .-r Ltr-:e means to this end.



Why Wait Until the Ho!idays Ar- on
.-': tc Purchase Hcliday Gifts
'n,! Pay From 25 to 40 Per
Ci-it. More For Them?
T '; i 5' so IaIi. man i'i*".>l' w\.ho() wail
Ili| ;' '* ':' _-' l.!;.y lru s h till e Ito in ;tk (
llie p;-* t i) "'l
l1hat just whVilt Iety wante'l t ias ('(t

;itr, h;sed bly syome one who lo)k
time by the forelock and bought ear-
ly while, the large stocks were siill
intact. Now. we have inaugural,'1 a
plan whereby you can select your
presents NOW and have them laid
away until you want them )by the
payment of a small portion of the
purchase price down and the balance
in small weekly payments. By this
plan you'll be surprised to learn how
many really desirable presents you'll
he able to make to your loved ones



8-i v !r yi' Ar ( 't'iw~( t
says ;;--ssqy Inc-:' '.1p(F S I Z,-'- I'*~'* I 'i **Ia

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0 oIl

I *a ~ i-a1 11

h ) V i '11 ,,' tilah f.i,, : t f. t st a i'r t ii -r '+
F I i:;t Iho <- l., h i tl ?lI<' t( n t,.I.l) 1,i.-, i aI l
*.]vho l;r isi ) ';i'hnisi;istic in g, Iti).g
i !,I a i' Il ot ] c ti,",' I )g t hlav 0, t'.'
): .i fair that lMarlion coullty is ;abl'
to hold, but they odo \xi'ct Ilo rako
an excellent b)'ginning-such a t)'gln-
ning as will make fairs a permanent
fixture in this county, and their annual
recurrences popullar with all the far-
mers in this section.
Imniiediate steps will be take" to
put the fair grounds in order and the
county fair will be one of our princi-
pal regular winter attractions.


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is J .11ii 1l(',11 ai

0 )1 ilsroih(IAii~I.I~~*
s I II- %i I I 4) I i l.0k i11 li ;111iaA i1I tm

of the city in which 1 ho- reason a it*
loting lwiuI. calling g i t h. e.*'4i-siiCO
of Florida." and jpoin't.lti P.. cf Vpot h
a15s soin t huIng ma r % s- lims. anlt o 4 otsi .
thing of which all loVkrida rvoti 1.1 wtl1
be Iir( id. I fv. rai ea! Vh.. ,

Local and Personal

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Have a full stlck <' r ofliu, ('Jk<.:
and Burial Ourtts. weial give
Burial iervioef.
Embolui to Order

Wholesale Distributors.
Ocala, Fla.

betkr'own and

SU all pp1w;.' F~'g. ;' .-. I*~a I.-t4.1u': I I *.p
fn.ul,$a', ?. 41 1.A .I', e~If :
6*UEL IERR9' & '.. Cotvcit,


Merreant Toiloring


Finest Imported and
tic Clothes



iRO ESPeadhes



Oficc ( (' ,i, .''W:,.; Baniv
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Ofli ee: Second floor Munroe & Chani-
bliss Bank Building. Ocala. Fla.
Telephones: Office. 151: r-siiience. 4..
Office Hours: .4 to ]2 a. m.: 2 to 4 p.
m.; 7:30 to 8:30 p m.


SDear Endeavorers:
October 1st., closed the second ARE
quarter of this C. E. year. Hence it is T: O
now half gone. What have we ac- TO BE SOLO
complished? What have we not ac-
comp)lished ?
Few societies have been reported as A Tallahassee special says that it
disbanded. Few societies have been is reported that the Board of Internal!
reported as organized. To not be- Improvement Trustees is consider-i
come dormant we must hustle during ing a proposition to sell 1,50,),000i
the next six months. The campaign acres of the Everglades, which is:
proclamation should have been sent about two-thirds of the area remaining
out sooner. Please push local En- in possession of tihe state. Report ias,
deavoring all yo can. I it that the transaction has gone io far
Faithful work has beon carried on as to insure the conclusion of the mat-
in every society by the few left "at ter. and a condition of the sale is
home all iniummer." !hat tbh? purchasers are to undertake'
Our Statt Union official ranks have drainage of the area and a part o0 ,e
,been I'!.-. by the re-ioval of s-\ahl. cont ract will be that the, nr-'" to
_e, t nil!-.; of Ir i .".
eral h1..:::'. ,i or ~ers. Rev. M (G. ('OIistl';Icl "f '" of ili
SRiclih:tr.i. t!r- vice president and (2Q i- ('anal.-. xi i, fe,,. t, ,,.n ii'if-'l ".,.-
e" :ioid r s.ile'rilitendeni, let'f u. itr l)'r]io-'1-.
!th. a- ) .)r i, oi' a chur(ci 'i il Largest Dea! in State
j j,'lph4 i. : i.-s tCoia i. I.'.(h e i. T; w i 'i : f ,"n lv ', w-- 11a- i ; ',- Z-
kno n Q ('. '.1. tun i si)rin;i Il, .!,.':;..... 1.. ... .
is takin- a throi years co'" rl irt ; : ':.Ea L (; ;, 's . t' .-
inis-ion traini-iig school in ('hi n a( ', '!'r which rival' it it ail y l i'n ..
hiat iI'rgaclc ir'easui;'r. Il". (' )Ik- v-.i i; (.* *. Toi i ', i
l'nia i-. i n a great university in ('ChaLi- i,': .-1i0 n ea; ia,|l iiti.'I (,)', 1- 6
i alaioga. Oil a('ccounI O ill lialt '. J J',)xhai.. whcn he sjli 4.*, ,11, 'I- t re'
jRev. March, Tentii Legion sii)erin- iof landi 1o Hamnilton Disston for l -
ltendent,. has lett Florida. One v'a-110111"11. 1I saTlisfy juldglunients aaillst
canc.y i- filled. Mr. William F. iaw-i tIhe trusteess for the redemption of
levy of Gilmore is treasurer. .vie is railroad bonds which the trustees hadl
worthy of vour esteem and financial iguarantt-ed to encourage railroad con-

aid. The treasury is low. Less than
half ot our societies have paid dues
this year.
Please do your very best. and dio it
promptly, in getting a large delegation
from each society for you district
convention. Here are the dates:
Hillsboro and Manatee, at Mag'ia-
lene. Oct. 16. 1-.
"a?t COa:-, Li tii. at Lake, i e l' n,
No\. t;. .
Orange andi Osce(o-t. at Kissiniwee.
OCT. :;,4. Nox 1.
Northlt rl Di-,!rlci. ;;,It i'o -ona ,No

i-a., a;' Suir'i ,.,ol' In'o e plai c it,
i'*' Y ...'I d "os T'oii F:;;-I C O .- o:;,1
-,'+.: +., ]").t> UIIIv ;i t [S^' .for E, iaC ,.-ri' ; ;"
i <-.i4;

* I1'd.'-* .; 11 I V\'it,; T.i. ; ho in' :
I *H,
* , ,l ... "? i t'y ; .-.\. . nt i t l s *'*,S ; ;'. : : .'l d lp t > :, r

p ,'.'-s ,!:" Tit,' :;;;;o( s Hel'i *'i i-
,it. r-. 1: "ic a .,- i the treas .iii.
( 1 oniy at'eUI. olnv nations ii ll '-ir
i 'i:,:i iir- ri c .
Tlie ir .-i. 'ern. hut for a trip awa
in .July. has spent her time in -. E.
office wvork. in September 151 Liters.
:., c-ards and 41 packages were mail-
ed. and much filling-in work not re-
corded. The seventeen Florida pa-
pers, and Christian Endeavor \World
have helped to push press work. Lo-
cal reporters have been kind. C'rres-
pondence work and the Sunshine Cor-
ner we have found some little time
for. These three branches of depart-
ment work have great opportunities.
deserving far more time than we
could give. Fellowship with (olt-of-
Flor-ida C. E. continues a consianl in-
spiration. "Blessed be the tie thai
There is now another state union.
Th..- Allen C. E. Workers now have'
121. leagues. 17 district unnion-. and all
a fully equipped wi'h officer;-s ,i:''"
Dir. Duke's leadership. Tht-v i(now
have 411 nitinbers-. andl at thI- c on-
\v'-i min in .Jacksonviie in Sei,;(':nl,r
1i: 1 2 1 Iele- at -.. "Tli ir goal is. 1 ; -

I HLD " D THE O B, ,,,n,

HOD DOWN "' v.' : "* ,,** i,, v."t' ;' .,! :,) ."' :r ti :-- \\,. .,,";-'
( ,Ii \' 7 >: ^ r ', ; : '{ 1 |P \' i } \ f o rt S ; i f -" \ ;: :, ,;
i 'i .i '' in l <*; \'n "te r "' "; "


a o ho -~11tii l t' '( 1 b 1,'eli ll .I b
s'~i6e !'4)s AVIS oil' o! I he mos 2lla1
it-'ei I i( ieis (' if le o histor'yT. i

The price to be paid in the present
instance is $1 an acre. upon condition
to drain, which in the aggregate
means many times the purchase
If thbeo mater is consumated, Gov-
ernor Boward will have redeemed his'
promis,- ant purpose )o drain tthe
I'erg:.,:'.,s and his administration:
'vill t(,-r that reason le one of the
most niiotable thus far in the his!'oi'y
of the stale. For three years .i',,g,-'
have loeen exoavating in ,the 'i(iaiis.
anld! recelily two additional (lr',dges-
wre, ierchaseii. D)evelopnent o tthe'
'u:,ar-2ro\\'ng i ,iisrry is .a;,i i.) Ix,
! he+ ;ii'.n o ;i i 11., 1;l'>).a'i<-c' i\+<- ]>ul;'ch.,.- -




\oil"!! b :.'n<'rinil"- ;tdw:.; a fa.-.ion.
L.r ; '. hanil ;" oi :; x':s't: uigi (.-'.oi,.
Jilj en i a 4i-ail iof lhI( costIl f,. 'o ) in
tht'lr aIp A't.: 0l: i '-Si. 'ii :tave th1l; t is
chin- hin- new. h.y
have been comfortable fo-or a periiod
with a certain fashion. Then i-aris
(dre.-ss-niakers, because t iley must have
new details to sell Iheir gowns, i-sue
an edict changing the styles. Amer-
ican dress-mnakers and maufac'iur'ers
of womnien's fine gowns fall in with
the money-making change and behohld
-we have a new fashion. Many times
it isn't as comfortable or as practica-
ble as the old one but it is new. there-
i fore the woman must have it.
Time was when she followed a new
Style blinding and r-tainod it though
she suffered inconvenience from it.
But more recently she has asserted
her independence and discarded
styles whi(h wen, not comfortable
,andl gone back To the former more
Sp)racticablo ones.
SAi interesting 'ec:,-ent exanmlie of
thi.- is t lie irelt-ilion against the long
,h ',I ,-. Paris says ihis y:'r tlhai": the
-.'"' 11111e 1 ))e k n'.. \-,'n l to the L back
of ".ii hand anld music fit the arm
I iaih;] "lv. TLr. .Xu "'--:i ,'~a I.- "
lil .-r : i.e i- ";;1 i~iioi; *;*'.5 o f
Saiz-i- iai'' this w iti; i-.i .l Ii
:. 'Iaiil; .ti > 'i A.I! T'ic'il ,ir,'->-n;ik ,': s. 'li"' a\; i -
t *I ,I -*L S .. ,ilT' U.. .... tsI.* ye. '"-..

<; i2.!, l-d; I,)1 I -ie -e'V is S\'oni-, alre ', '.,fhih i 5ii conifon't,:'. ',1
t" -f','" ?h shiol' sleetve. c\-en 1'for ( -,C "i-,
in wVeaiI'. a. ill ;lie tzi'ly pJring to the short sl,,evt-.



The members of the Turpentine Op-
erators' Association are preparing to
fight to the last round the American
Naval Stores Company for the life
of the turpentine and rosin industry, I
by floating the Naval Stores Mar-
keting Company. with a capital sloe
of $1.5<0.i>').. with which to comf bai,
the monolpoli ,t;c trust, which at pres-
ent is sail, to be the only buying Coil-
___ _e 1-- .111 .-t fr In*it t #

pani;. of tn raw l)roututL io.ii lt'
po Ilucerr. therel)y controlling prices
aiind tihrotrin g the independent oera-
\'eil lnesil iy mornI'ing. whlen t h
nI ,-4'tfi Z, vwas Caezil(1 to o'or ty 'v -'
ioi'n: J. (. t. the "t )m 11' *0 ." a
i'a t..o, ,,. th (niW,, i, :,c: I.;
i i: '" -*'" " t l, ''" ;^ 0 i'.-1 I (O .; '; ] V t
" I: .:-, ..i;i u ,,,.,e, .., e ,v ,, '1.' i-

v ,n, ,, '.. '* t
.; ,* ,* ; : i; '1 ;!' . 1 *' .! i ('.\ ^
,. \ '\,'i ',.-.:' \i \~ ":: ;, ,- .* O ',"lit+
| .\!' (; ,, "," r * : ti -ix I *^ .-
b -r of :.i. o ,i' ztlii. 'n 'o a) di.I i
ere enthS ,.L.i't," i'ai!'. rec ivo.'l. One
0o t he si)ak"'rs va Hon:i. H ,rbe.-i 1..
Anderson of this ciy. "h' Tines-
U'nion. in speaki-.g o! iii., addr l ss.
"Mr. An-,>,rs ,l'n.- ,'%,nu.i'ks wl ert wit-
ty. concise andl c,)inpr,'hensive and
he was wlell received. He pointed
out to the operators lhie necessity of
cancer -d, action if they would save
their inliusiry. ie saidI that the (:ier-
ators mus, ori'ganiz a :s rong coill-
pany to n:a:'keol h- ir ow.i4 produ'tio:l
alnd calleii ait'llioll To tit'e fact I'il
it as ,eideplorail, lihit one lman cr a
s of men i could Ihand tlo-e;iil M i'
tilio fotrn uof a (oi'1.o'ai)i '.litIy 'on irol ti!'e tirIe lit .l I l .'
[,r(',l<'11 i c!a', :., o lpli-t's ol thh.

(")Th ir ll i I lei'is -. l i t .-'ia sii, i:( i:
i i i c .p] l l'.' .i 's \ v t iu li i ( >i \_ a i l /'f, + a ( t) ,l ,-

ici.lie peraors hatii" v ix'
";.lit e i 0 et-llo'e \\a itii tlh [' te l 'i .,
c-i.g i g .,l "i);il i:,iiy. h' ii' noiitito cu ..z -
;i' tl i,. h ,,i-i.^n S all~i :'*;ii cI O wl ti r -!-

linlc;s.turb r""ricin I the'
Lui!'T:. u ;ti, t, o' i m, ei atel, go :t.
(' ,1 ?i.. ,(i;ii to ..i- ( th er y t litg e." 1
oi! collie in'ir ot f t 'o d S Incoc:li i"-'ik.
Lie psid' t .! oh : C th'i tw(a n iw Ill" i r'-
'inl c ditioni of -i*.,,',r-- \ s \it s i ty
AI ;1+ en i iq ; i' ',V 1 '.. ... ! i;--. 1,0, .'; -
tors. be(.il,'.- t, ek (y ,\ not o ;h t ;
their tllilf'ss. He took occasion i ;,i
lell :he operaiods that i lty lia e r--
)eate ily mnt and i'ssel resolution i,.
pledging themselves not to cut ;iii-
tional cupls, thirebly restricting Ilte
ailput, but would immediately go out
ard proceed to do the very thing lhey
had agreed no( to d:). In conclusion.
he said that this was no way to fi-,'t
a truist and if they expected to .vin
thoey nust s stand tcgoehir or haug sop-*


i~'~A'~- '. 31Laioi'I. iio VW a' I fif1
Sund~ay Iiiorninqnz. "Ii'2,T 'diut'ot ofthe

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Thiero i.- !wt a more complete Iiolu4)r -tvio" '7 '1
mild 0.1 fxet'ilen t faciliti-s fo*r hand i'm. I Wi t aa'1'.

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Finest Corn andai Mak Whi-,h :

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Regular $1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write fa

complete Pri:e list.

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Local nd Personal

The crop of turkeys promises to be
abundant this winter.

Born. to Mr. andl Mrs B. F. Bor.len.
on Satur
SMr .1. P. iHar-ier has goi, ,o iD
Lang ti u-iin s,,
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Alter an illness of se\xral v-. Th- .,-l!wing preamble and resoiu-j On Sunday afternoon the O(ala?
Mr. Lucit'n NV. Dr'w ldi-,! Fri-'., at ti,tis were adopted by Ocala Post No. lodge of Wo .hn'-n of the \Vo:'l.
noon at the Ocala House. 17. Dept. of Fla.. G. A. R., ,at its reg- which is one of 'h, largest organiza-
Throughout his illness he was I'-op- ular m-,'isg on Satuirdlay, October lions in the ciiy, unvxill-,1 a monen-
ll ,of'reco\: y'v until about a xwek 17. 1 ''': meitr which they have ere-,'e nII
<.o,. wh, n h-' -,-'cane despondent. andi \Vh,'.- In the mnysterio.s \wrrk- ,iemory of the late T:v.-i:nas H. 'Va-
in:n,-,!;aai l :.nT for his attorneys. In. oi h !ivin, will. o(ur h.;i',red liis. whose, sudden death last '-;.. 'n.-
ii'i,- iLis \;:il and arrangedl all hi.' c n ..:;,.i an-', c(i!l''ale. Tho:;is .1. w as -o gr--atly lament-, ,! a i ".'.r ai...
,-ii:1hly affair-., and from that tin o w)\, :.. ',-* p:.!,t iily i:- '': r,-uio e,l, 't;:tt .


Where Pe-ru-na Is Used As An All-Round

Reliable Family Medicine.
.... I io mft

.ir. all1: Ir. . larry \\- ool iI: . he look ,l oo ulO in ath w il" 11 ; '1 ., ". l'T h ol .... ",1iis ovr e, n .iin. e.r : :.:. | .' .. "- ," '.. -/ -
S.U nd~a y \\- '|. !i'.<,,I l s iln )l~ a ; k i. 111; .I'ni;>s i co m p osure. ,.,11," .." ,.t } .('h5 v,', '. !lk n so 1; t e ; i o'-i. \v ls d a nd ,.-. ' >-- "---;-,/- "*'i^ ^
Ia .w, ll, so list-4 an
Fiv, days l -.I.- Ii-. i ;ti ir- ;1n'i .*. ' :* o :l: :. tl: whi h ".. 'r+ soV, n n an,1! i,,aMItif"il. .! 1 WB.,,R,
sle t is l or ra t er -, *-d f1.r h broth r it i d r.. M r .- '- a i -;:o T h- 1hrs ," 'h loVl ,',- hill "-/t/ //.' i'1 -
i is g 1 t ant'.,dJ x n er. w ho irur iia t .,. ,': .',i *..n .0 .' 1 -',', ..,i., ',. ,I;,."- b,.';.riti il 4'oi i,'..!ai' ,lr \i rtin P ast ( ,nT s i;' . n- riJ.K..i
Mr. Waltersn Tucker now ,wns' wa. tort n^ :o rach e :. -, -:.,. v:-.'-.' (' ;, :nnd-r (;o;Tlie>b and ('b :' .... .
the automobile.. formerly owned byih1t oe (days:- h!.tw(!, his 1,' K. art-; condluct't.l the .-srvices. .. er -= --- -
Mr. Drew wa', horn at Stan -il' T ~jtjlt
Mr. (G orge R. McKean r wa !,'n a tn : : i : :' r 'ht :,w *hi.h. r. C. I.. Bittin .r made ;
Canada. in 1,.44. and at i.h- tiii.- ,: iay. .-hor, talk. .aking most appropriaT',
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. .Jonos are bac! his death was sixX-toi'" v,-ars *): X'-. A*' : i'' .v, ('.. -*a i aT ",' i(coh.nflntls on thhe. life of the dfc-asd-l
hornet again trom an extensive visit to He imniigratedI 10 tho ', d -. ," :nemnber anl1 of the \Voodlmen lod-e. -
the New England states. before areachin, his siajority and .I. -',". *'or .-parted corn- of vwiih Mr. W"allis was such a pron.-
foulnd l idployi -enti a a i .ch -1 ill rt.: in 1 ;... 1.. '(." s v,'-*t r'st inent member.
A silver beauty pin has been found the siate of V#,rmont. i,.:',: .. .e it. Beside-; the members of the lodgc. -
at the Berlin. Owner may call for Soon aft-r taking up his ri le-nee R"- 1 1. 'Z. xu.ilst we x rieve at Mrs. Wallis and children and quite a
bame of Mr. Wood. in tie h(,nt of his adopTi.n 'h, civil this ,lis-ol!-inln o*ir ear;hly ties, number of the friends of the WVallis There Are Thousands of Similar i
war brok- oi' t anl hlie quick!v rte-ionfl- wxv,, rjoie- iin i:', 1 r.'i-'ory of the icany: family attended the unveiling cere- Which Pe-ru-na Is Being Used
S Mrs. E. A. White of Citra, one ofI ed to ih, call to arms andl etnlistel a-nIirri!,t- -,a'" i-s of our departed i monies. Same Excellent Results.
the most estimable women of the as a private. soldier. HI s-r\v county, is on a visit to Ocala. throughout the war. leaving an -\e,1- -!inroit hol.inded only by his veiled it was covered with lvely FountainvilleP, eb. 16,
lent record. ,,<- with a willing ear and -eady' flowers by the members of the lodge S.B. Hartman, M. D.
Mr. Henry Mason of Connor r-pre- A s a aA was d Ir,! ,, r--:!cns to all appeal? trrm th un-' and other friends of the deceased, writing to o vforome timetoletyo
tented the thriving Oklawaha river returned to his home in Vermont and fortunat, or distrcssel. A warm-i know what Peruna did for me.
section in the Brick City Monday. obtained a position with the Fair- hoarr' comrade, a worthy citizen' Mr. John W. Sylvester. who has I am57 yeara old. I los my h l
rotie a amosition oldwitlo t m hoaat
banks Scale Company. This (company and an exemplar in all good works. been down to St. Petersburg for the about ix or seven year ago. I flr.
Mr. Albert Seegar, who is in the ^was so much pleased with his ser- Being human, he may nave had faults, past week, is at home again. He says had dyspepia and employed differn
express ervice in Jacksonville, spent vices that they made him their spe- but if so, these will easily be forgot-I that the winter visitors are already doctor.
Sunday with Ocala friends, cial sales agent for th, western it rri-' ,n. If we emulate his virtues we flocking to that well advertised resort ya Injured oneof mykidnryt
^ . ^ ,1, nT, <*i> u. uI had one of the best doctors foir thai
tory with headquarters at Indianap-' shall do well. Be it further and the hotels and boarding houses tmtobed notto move for t
Mr. E. P. Townsend, one of Mar- olis. Ind. He remaine-l with the Resolved. That we sympathize deep- are looking forward to the biggest wepe
tlin best known citizens, was a bus- company until about (l.ven years ly with the bereaved members of his tourist visitation in the history of St. I slowly recovered, but was so weal
laess visitor in town on Monday. ago. when he came to Florida. set- family, and especially with the sis- Petersburg, and to accommodate the and prostrated that I could walk but
tling in Belloeview.. and remniain(d! t"rs. who, since tho death of his dear I same the facilities have been largely short distance. In fact I had to kee
Miss Sallie Spurlin has blood pois-i there until about thr-, years a",,. wif,, one short year ago. have made i increased. Mr. Sylvester says that quiet.
on. It is hoped that her case is not h, he renovl hO s, -ity. his wTlfr he particular object of'St. Petersburg is growing very rapid- I took several remedies, but obtain
a eriou.s one. M *. Dre ln-h ,li-,v,-a 'r.,i ,lr.- ,,lir s,:iitu.!,. And. he it further ly. rm. a had catarrh n m
gible lots in thl- r,-1ii'.-r iil secti ,In of R,-.ix -. That a memoriall i)a-e be; I My wife advisd me to take Peruna
Mr. .1. D. Pope. the Wildwood ur- Ihi.- l-it\. t, h t a ll of ;::s ,, 's iart in tl he Journal. and that a IMr'. W. B. Dickenson. superinund- and it is with pleasure that I can Ba:
pentine magnate, was in the cit,- on property both hlir,' andt at Bell-,xiow copy -hesiose rso()itions. be given toj eni of publ)lic instruction of Hillsbor- that by taking one and one-half beott
Monday. abut' a vit ..0. ;''.l onver1,ne,! ll t']e !ocal Ira'ls. with : reqiieto for otigh county, was a visitor to our city of your Peruna,it curedme and I fee
of his ht.lin- ',: :-.tocks ;,nl their 1',:fli'r'ion. COMMITTEE. Friday. He was here interviewing all right. I send thi with many thank
Miss Co rrine Williams sp-nt St.m- ords. our banks for 1h,, purpose of making to yoU, as I enjoy life again.
day with her sister. Mrs. R. S. Hall H -, is, ,,i:at,,l a' t ri Surl'iay was a rather busy day a $:,t.,,, loan for the school board. Mywife ha also been taking you
nd Mis Carie Williams v ii or ierhant si our lo- Peruna for a-thn and it helps to re
Snd Miss ('a rio Wiliams.ii th:.ousandi dollars. or niore. all of v\c. -h i ()1;r mer hant b lH-.l-s our ls i, scl(,e,(-,doi in negotiating a loan.
in ig a ln ieve her. We kp your Perun r
MsB eiet tohe, has 1-4111 i. htiv.s a i.. (t x'ie (l't* a nun-- fbr a similar st1n1 from the banks in the house onstalv Again I say
Miss Blanche Ausliy expiets to a ,i'o er. ,,np,.s. and two ,'" r (i)i Iints. Among ais.ill.. Mr. Dickenson is fo- thank you for Peruna
.... vao-.ssloo. M.oDi Norntnhi.aroli'-nth.n you rr Prura
av- soon for North Carolina. her n ,s l t li, in \Vr-ro '' n, .1' h;. f' allowing' Mr. ner Marion conltyite. As soon as Sincerely yours,
she, will spend d the winter. Thf l,^,; \, s : ,, ...' ... s'n of Corn,'ll. a former h ie if office expires he, will Ii '- PHILIP KRATZ.
hoip. j~w\ c't mo. of croriosi id'iVf'.
i n how. in N ,. \ '. r in. r ,-' : ,; of correspond .- giD l i practice of law.
Mlr S. D. Martin. who is in aharntin 1,'. r.i ,'. .. i. of gn#" ?,!r. Is:ic Nix. of Belleview; j FountainviW;e, Pa.,Nov. 9,190.
of the Meffert & 'Maynard turpeninet ii -- v rill h ''(- ,. \. W. l ....errs. ixof ynne: M.. S. F a. o DS
hi., .11-4!-1.V f" w.ll.;).r" 5I r- Triisten Iolk Drake and ,.I Dr. S. B. Hartman.
ttousnsje's at Rock Spring-:. -spen tiSln- iPl1
b1snen1s at R''k Sprinhs.i sen' -un- T '< Mi.s Dix, Pil- a i it r Dear Sir: I have good health now an
day in Ocala. l ,' ,,t--. *,- ;L *hi ., :;- : r, f ..T Nli H Dxss -Beti' Mic-l Pl lihsona. te Trgust o your valuable medicinegave me goo
..... "..V'; .. a a" the guests of M"- cblth. I have had no doctor for aom
r W V Newsom is r*c1 ) ,,"ti' .n ':" 'pl" to wt on ,' i .. (C J; f -,. :- Mr. eff R,'l'n .i* Drakvs sister, Mrs. Charles P. 1ov-
Dr. W. V. Newsom Iis_____________________________S
fr a few ,lavs at Suminer'fild. ,lrifii th, lacii'l v,'.rI" <' his lii,', :n-. '. *'i (, I'nIy M ol)( R t N&Jl iell. at her home in Springfield. rI, ,
whvr' he is the guest of his d (11!- t,'n1- wamIurlly <1 *a 'pi'.-t an.d 'inch- (,i'; .\ .>",:'. Mr. \. M1. Shockl.. ot hae rc ntly retnrn-.1 froinm ' WAR,1ING TO VIOI.ATORS OF -H
e- Mrs Nathan Mayo. trTsi,<' ,lis)ositi(n. ,ii.l 0ot a .',- ,l a!. Mi', '.. I'L.'t (If I, i!ri('rk. we-t. Mr. Drak,, will '.-ine ir,'m GA.'i LAWS
Svcry large circl, o ;IcqlP.itiiltances. laha foir a short visit mn Friday. Mr-.
ret uned .jj I hse wo 1;net 7-is~oiiitl V.. ''I -"TL. A.\nelerson (iit l lit"'Drake an-I Mast or IDraio-will x. i. wolie
Mr C. V. Roblert.- ha- rotrnod ,)o ']loseM is-rn !e, l conti. nlron al heok and asr ra wil A Th WhO lives at th
Tampa. after --piendling a co,"i' (1 IO..unt iin in hin ch to a.lmire. h '. Miss Iane Aneoal wson. weeks .. \vs which v" iorne s,,til. al)out nine ils wt
-,-,'ks in this citvy. l',M ,;ni af. r hi- -- 1bheo h '.,' -i' Slnti( i1. lhe stlnl f I e ph i--.ant 10 h ith ir inanxy riei, .-.- town. was t-ieed Satu di'!ax for sh,:i
ii',.r,':-' here '. Mr A. .. Fi(i'lt'l'a,'r I,'t la- F'i- Mt 'rl.i, si...i:1., home ,on one or" th't Tine..l- union. :!: 0' ki!ing iu,.il iAn 'vi,)l .T.,m
< --- |{aX .i *oi \' :L; :;i,. \';"' i Ot f- l I,1' ', i;'' 5 mIt M. ichie an. a ot'w :1 ;;V g (o ];e t- v .lt '( .,*,- .isph iHe!
.M,-. N.;:hain Mayo anl -l ol, medical tre st'n,.'n: ,, ,' with i-i.- .lai<,-,,.ni lli. \h, 'r. thexy will in all :'. Montholon Atl:i'ison of B. rlin i, llad guilty vuI.t was ziv.n tiI ,,
S 11'i,' .,t -r.' spnel.lina a few daxs tlaintlx \v!. o ;tl', ii1o'. :. irul ia t ili ; ,rn l>i;ii.;i'v .-ph-ii.! Iii('Otiin^ '.i ,; \v.^< Ocala Sat ut'lIla nnxl was in j ..- ".init ), h i\\W. "he s- I "
, <<, l a '. i," and Mrs. XW V. hi: .otniL," ,!a.x \ii' ich.ltr'ru:." yt'. .n ,.Ofl --(> -- .sever'b 'al '^ pa .':", ictilar ('lit'h-s moood for Bi 'v that the ,i.'ft'iidanu inY a a ,.
. was a gre t .!,o' in 1lv' v -

of this co u :I',. ,t'.!. ili- a Ii.t,.' \.S m'- t ' ,,,.' .AIh. S' i- silij('('cc ; I It l eiC's ;8in i is Tlioro'oiaiily in ,i:',. ii ot h.' :i ,,,'1it o, sai,! ;iP ,
ei>'ii 1 \',' :;'. *'. ti,' nt 'oi .>lTd nevt|e xx'it'd ih il U.I'AV e\ ;P115: ", *".. '"t n- 'I i e])iti .th... \.'. -ry1nV will ,)e- :i.i 4 0-Is to hi. x l. of !:T SI .o:.s F,',try j'i l.a,,' 'r ise. I),:rinii th<, ,il.v.. o: his !,ro (- ('. ri,,. -r .. L 7i1... 1Miilian *,-ti ,l e(iec .,, 1)t y the largest inapority ive' r jilii :0r ;i !,'i';'i ,I o: sx'\ ,i,;i s ;iS litir
slid ha;r.i r'b,!. :n:d1 -ion,' *o his '.,' 1,- p.1rpY ,e kc'i1 "'(o!0 t hol.--..' M an i ,.is -l<. i* .'t.liii p? the P tium \\'il- polled fr a candidate for Ihis of- labor.
at (',. ,'l r Hitl. L-, 'i- ro-iil w -' uilloun,1,,.i. \.ij.' [.,- ianri -c1'i)i 1' T".,v. N. V.. ,hi:; win- i., Ho predicts a landslidle so ov'-r- - i.i'- -;t (. 0 Ii v,' 'lminin, that Roosevelt's majorityv ,. liari, who forme-rl ".iit ,
T!', .,,i *a a i lak,' -o'nty has been ^ 1.1m., \,.!] ,.:.>.':iii. "'.Nom ,r.- Pa'rker Parker will look srma1l. :a ?l; ,,,' in [) ntiiii.- Ion. ,l noi 10 ''it
.l)-u';-nl. and .ludg'' \V. S. Bulhlck ( '('i'ter nij th t' l:o2.e .k- ant.! i un'., ^ him i Mr. lBt:., -'M (lark. w'titing of t he
,. \torn.v W. Da'.is ha'-' r,'- tint melt nil, ,\ 'iiI,., na:ked t.i' ciil~lt )Tr ptroves of FFormosa. in Me-' r. a d. Mrs. Howart lark 1 a\ i ,,, J)'.ij..i eh i ),,. C.1.. xs weat].,
^ Turi,-d hom ," ,1 elo'h.,l him nii.t His lat' l(snrii= ( 'all's Mazazine. says lhat tlt-y aI'e so had To givf tIp the home they ha ,e 1 ;l.-.y.\. v o,..los.ih Morris
r on t"',, ,e hat 1o whiO e mani can liv' in 11 gyeen oicby('U'.ToeYh"oris
h* llip e'' t w o was with u hii 1' oside, an.i "i-. hat x it Ii Hi been occupying.i as Mr. Mavnal-,I. (didI Ttl*'im lic'l" of the ( ,tinrgia legislat ur
Mr \ iR Demn'. s o- la -a tnnc. anhd iitr year before in the-ia. and it seems to be its x to fix u t. Ha i ig is r bright,
I'er' e.tnsifness. is with us again and made atoelyn thoos wer i noita'. asne into it. Mr. antl ti(',lar star in journalism.
_.. was oustrt(h"',! to tlhcoos, in dis- ha~iitat. Th,. cultivation of the trees' Mrs. Clar'k are xxith Mr. ('lark's;

mill continue in the same line of busi- o
tress. His friends rinre i that in his prool'.,e no ha1 effects on the white mother. Mrs. w. 11. (clrk. until Mrs. Ms. lalton of Sarasota pisse
Tiqs,. this winter, advancing years that he is feeling the persons w'o till them and. indeed. Croom's cottage on the corner of throvtgh Ocala Friday from Mu
.rF' wso iii orpdl n r Sotht~ Second andl XVattula strmets s 15('i,. Ihul.. wher-e she, his bee+-n spen,
rTae the ,reverse of fortune an1d the inconv'en- t ,i r,',-s riow nso rapiill and are conlt ecd x-n the x t i w
lnses ihat follow in The t 0f t s ,tr' .yesterday and said that he campi,)rior vg's andl, li-d sare hdrY i. o ,
..l haA it nr fWhole wek he h r-.iiei' ti1rth .a:ln h omo ron,& has b-t'yn i H. S


time, as I do not need any. When
take cold I take Perana and in a short
f time I am all right. My wife I *ubject
a to asthma. She takes Peruna at tha
time, and she has had no need for a do-
b tor for some time. With many thaank
t for your medicine, wo remain,
t Sincerely yours.

t Pountainville, Pa., April16. iin.
o Dr. 8. B. Hartman.
Dear Sir: We have Peruna &a the
House all the time a t nd when we thim
a we need it, we take it. We are about
p sixty years old and have not called a
doctor to our plaWe fir o nme years.
d We go out in all Iinds of weather ama
,e sometimes when we go on a trip we
take Peruna along. A preventive is
L, better than a cure. That ha& been ow
y experience.
e I had poor health .ome years ao ag d
1 when I found your medicin- I hit the
,s right thing. We txoth thank you far
your good medicine.
r Sincerely your,

I Witness to Sit-urw.
John Donnelly, Mayor of Doylee.
town, Pa., have hte acquainted with
Mr. Philip Krate ft r 2 years. I know
him to be an honorale and useful ri w-
zen. He, in my pl eeoee, signed the
above statements roneernig Perma%
d which I have every reason to believe
d are true in all part iuthlars.


"ii-o-na Tablets Cure Dyspopaia by
Promptly Removing the Cause.
if or Money Back
r- I), [''pS-i cannot b' c ir-i r'- tak
*t ii~g a -lie-ster. w'n -1. 'u-i pe'psini .sini(d-!> .e < tqer r I -!h* no e nt-' :t11 >m
'I W~~ 'ui'tnes the bSiidl~

Mr.iesII P iIip ratz f,r iit't yeaLI- know'
h* imrh t'ool bsn honral and p fu .' rl-

d whichL r hae everyI~h rtlfli I' ti-li Ivp

>r ;i inlal b alp r,'ua ;.
i ,I*i' !Jn.i '. oN EL *Y
Mr! i-o-na Ta sblets re 111 i 'd i r

i, Promty of preo;anv in ('trhti ;1.
so or Money Back^ ,* >f ( '(r
, mIx *-I" :i c anr n tb,' ,'r,,, ; ta
,." .\ i ina ;t l l,r. 'i 'h i, i !" n. .
I. ":in to, [,l *i si. ll i T, .-r\ <,, *r aroifit';..- th- -'oii t .,i fru i '- t.. ',rn
" ;'ind' naT "h ,,)*' r ;l ia.,. t:, ,< *T.. al
Mi-ar hy to ,ai -scrts,.,ill ii. i'i rt,',
)I 'i0in t^ of r p ^ na,1 n <;r ;nl .

n- And b'-ar in milnid tha a ,,.. 'hi,.
,1. stomach is in gom ( conditionn. .,n.ti
. nation ,lisappears. also n,.r.n..i-..
y drowsiness, night sweats, htartrthiart,




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Special Cor. Ocala anner:Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Special Cor. Ocala Banner: FLOI
al Cr. Oral Banner: We were glad to see Mr. J. A. Pit t- Nearly a year has rolled ar.)unid An accident which came near being
Miss Lorena Freeman, with her man of Ocala in our burg this week. ince I h ave had the pleasure te happened on Friday last ate
ut Mrs. A M. Carroll. of Winston- Monday he and Eugene Connor went the vineyard of Messrs. Hosteer
Salem. N. C.. came in Saturday on the fishing in Lake Bryant and brought writing.To the Ocala Banner. and Lehman. Sparks from an engine TTv
aigt express. Miss Freeman is look- in eight fine trout. He returned to Many great changes have taken on the South Lake Weir branch of Ihose W ho Us
ing better than ever before and tips his home Tuesday. We hope h' will, place since that time. Even the Pan- the S. A. L. set fire to grass aloagsidle
the, scales at 140, pounds; has ha I the comr again soon and stay longer 1ext ner ha,, changed, and we find it grow- the rack ani a high wind spr:':t i' Faniijarize I h
tUme of her life. and is glad is time. interesting each week. into the v 'neyard. a large ipar: o:
bom,. And .:, are all glad to see Mr. .1. C. Pillans a:,d daughter, i swhihe was badly damaged. Te -. _The
ber chorful face among us once I Miss Dixie Pillans. and, Miss Bettie when d(iisc-vert-d. was sweeping rap-
mr,,Mr.rL re shopping ri the Prick growing larger antl more interesting idly toward. the buildings, which were
Mr. C. D. Bogart has bough: a fine 'i y Saurlay. each day. Plenty of work, and tbre surrounded by inflamnmaoit- material.
bay eoior,-d hor.-e. also wagon and Mi.:s Agnos Holly has been quite i more money in circulation :n these Mr. Lehman succeeided- by almost sli-
barn,-s. for ue in driving arouui the,,sick. bi;! wIw are pleased to learn that parts that there has been in some perhuman efforts in extinguishing th- to many inqre. w
time. Ilrsos omn n~r-, 0
country, he has almost recovery. ime fire. He says that several tini-s p blow t game aws n in
hi ~~~~~~~apt~. z'ou has gone: to Tampa for:ipiis blwt.-gm aw -
Mr. John T. Haines. Mr. Everett, We have heart that Mr. Caldwell. Capt has gone to Tampa for t tebuiliiugs sr go. Dr- ate.. Ignorance of rh.
Jap N Shed, and C. A. Tremere who. has been under Dr. Henry's a few clays. His laughter. Miss An- i: the fire iuis hours es became fratn- larsis no txchse or te-r iola'i..-o
ixgthetir hioho.-eleawill rvt-,,s n cuerne frith rvioa' ir
made a trip to Heather Island Sun- treatment at Oklawaha. will be able ie !onge. will return wih himn. :- wih fear and s. r-ami, ilutii. Ithe Bann.r advises its friends wh) ar'
day to visit Mr. and Mrs. Hightower; to return h,',e Wednesday. We hope Miss Bessi, Graham is home for a ,". .. ,ian rau out t, W open tl fn of sport T, read rhe laws ( ar-
fotmd them well. and Mrs. Hightower ho will -eon be well again. t two wes visit with her !pa '-. ,, ,:, ;:'. j,, to i,,:'ate th... b'. 1 ,qualb, car' in *,
Mr. Bn Hoden etured hme We are- all gla~l to have ',)r us.~ :~ 11 n I~'qatyCarmi >
back from Michigan. After a regular Mr. Ben Holden returned home last e are a gla to ha hr Wh s : i; a i;, a;'l !iy .r. .b.rvanc
Miss Florence Hr-ev. wev, ha- ,, .
He-ath.r lstand dinner, the party hied wek and has gone to Salt Sprins. ,:t, sry i., ,n-i L ., h
,hh h ianr ,, isingi SoreasonorDeeMrs.r
t-Tnpel\-s home. where they arrived Mr. Higgins has bought a fine steam t,, f', r i.Vpn r:iM i-hr.. \V:, S
in Thiie to attend church services if n:iil. anl will soon be readvy to L.gin ('etlar Ke h ,"':".d ). i.:.! ': i |
r 5Iv. 'In 't'ilia:^'- --, han ",i^ *; .halH bT* ninawf.i! ,,r ;niiy P*.'-:'
th, o w0 ish .i sawin Electra will then havx two l ,iIpt c'1,1 i- lt*i kill o, h .7-oa
"h :s .'.' al~ln ch kii *i.-r ). : ...
Mr. Dav'. Whisenani is report.- as mills in oprati.n. I lui'- "ck, is 'ow jl 'v i ( 1 i h o i .i any \ i.
havingg that he ha,- struck a paradise '`r. Srallo:on's mill on Lake [ry- ri ,nis in O a'a. ll,. in, .,I,' ,. ,n .I ( ;' .... i e .. .ir :
andl is anchored there forever, iT is kept busy Trying to stupply the ,lnl tt'aniy ;. of Nv :j. tt ,,' IsU c.r .i'
t he- v plo \in i"'
Mr Montgomery from Georg.a is lemand for lumber. 0j T t i- -. ; melting on Su,0lay nii t)*.| I,, ya.
,la y o n th ,, O ki .la w a h a riv --r. O h !h v , \ ^ a"a"
visiting his friend. Mr. Everett. and Capt. .1. B. Martin has movtel from on Oiawaha r. 1 r. .. 1 1,ih:oll.r .I i io l. t..
fr pleasuree of such a dlay. Anvont. who 1 \i il till,,, in 'alar-
at the same time prospecting the Oklawaha back to his turpontinle i o uc a a Ao Franc's .1iamia, wis umi tii in onar- h
i has hadi the ple-asuire of going down 6,", :i- ,\ r"n
country, investigating its natural plant at White's Ferry. We are very iaa on ov, a t M. Fr-ri \ Simon b
th 1 .au rlit^ ifiil Oki\\awah onagtoi.Ftdei lWv1 1iIl~f by !heir nossflo, nt floiC1 t ~in fl '' o
qualities and seeing for himself what alad to welcome Capt. and Mrs. Mar-, Ret.v W. R. Ol;rry 1tf Oxfori. Mr. r
1 1,inythaly s5knows what,.alpr.k-ts :e,
Florida land will raise We would ,in in our neighborhood. 5sishiy ,lays knows what a 1ple's Ire Thomas Perry of Oxi,:'.l was ',es lss tha $5 r h ipr
like to se Mr. Montgomery settle JOHN PETER. it is, ani Ihe gentle breezes tha stir man an, :ii. Annio' A.,ams o," Hol- more ha x mfnh or ls h
with u.. the' leavs seem to stir the soul. As ,iier. a (coutinl o"f th, briie, wa. s)r ioss-. threes months.
Tuesday afternoon Messrs. Josph ORANGE SPRINGS PENCILINGS you glile (own the beautiful ri maid. Th bri was a'tirei Turkey and Quail
Miilaom. W. E. Everett J. A. Mont- with such grace and swiftness you beautiful gown of white silk, rimm.'i No person shall have i his. i-.r
gon*"ry of Georgia and C. A. Tremnere Special Cor. Ocala Banner: partly forget the sorrows of life and with whi oriental lac-. The irnn .- h.-ir possesion or shall kil ., 1 ...r
drove out to Prof. Green's farm. five Somni time has elapseodl since I sent perfect peace eems to settle on th iate amily and a fw inina any wil tkey, quail or part
tru lilbr w u h a be uiuti at a iyal ,wi.llA 2y w li[l'~ u i rIa tll. t
miles southwest of town, and went itempn to your valuable paper from trouti brow. Such a beautiful day' frins only weri, prs-,n.m:. A. the ;iiy par! orf ihe stil .e-;i\ only ,r n
over it, wondering at the improve- this ,iear olil village. was last Sunday. The crowl who en- cuciou (f ,[Leo (-:rt..-niony a wini.n rh. tIrsT ,ay of Nov.i.;h nr ii .
ments made within the past few j Thtre i- vt'ry little news to \\ 2-it*' joel. this dlizhtfl tri) were: Mr. s,5p, r xx ,a. s~rve,., aH'ir whht, h fi- trs" ,7av of March of any v-t!- N
I ('~han,!l,-." Yon-o, and wif'e, Misszes An- 1.:p
years This is the large.-- fari in :.ow. .,; n. ..' ". "h (han! h*.y on*ant ^ W ife kissess An- h.pp (o l ie o h-ir n-w i ,n i r.-on *haV; kill '

:i,, 1 a:! i .t, H illn ,, n. M r. A. C. T'i-~wh!
ibis s,-<:ion-nearly 5,o acrs fenc,-d ohi rts.idei is whio la e niat i t'..'ir rO .1 [ Hi, j.n. M r. A. C. a.- ^ ^ adjoiinini t';r... ,h*'re utia:. 1. in! no pIrty o t-V (I- :
in. ailn'-st 2 '* acres cleared and un- i homes else-wher-e w(o-l,l iike to V',ar l r. D. 1. \Vaik'.'. at ha omei t !o,,'I-i1 ri-ll i;s h ti fol"y, t ii.aT :i o!,- ,, : '
I ~~~~~Th- v x\-, d: i, W in the N'l V ii'l- ,
,tl+-r ( n;i\ation. a larg.-. commodious lha* little. Th v xi driow wa.- i)to)hMt, ''' rn :a An(h:ih 'i ra'ai r.'s s' ;l. kh ,,oi-,. *Jti, :
barn and other out buildings, with a r. Fr-l Wi tb'rl'.-. wi'! h i.- ..f,'. C tnno (.ll. wh(r- e, t 'A enj,.\ i jl 3i" '". iI,.;i NO'ii (ar- y i"; er ,, -,,. a
. hack I t I f \ ie"\ .n. rl'. i''a itiful t 'iii ( t( M :'. t. "'"' ",t V. ,t,', -I *
InIj,'ov,, farm im im piements, back- vii d a h r an i m o ;;sr l'. ,', h i.. ,.'. i h ... ;,', -,. -: ". .. . .. ,
4i up six head of mules and We -, Fri~i,:v th-y rt rn',I lt :',ir i Rai' all ll S ''!)lli it th' *,-ix ,. ;' a t 'r ii ;y -.-u it r t::;Z'; -
w'" 11()\.;,.- iltqi il t I rik"I'v -r a nll!,..
w ip (h niak -s it one' of the finest i !>. in Jackson vit. : xv 144K tl" a rtta r v *II A 8:. ;4. 1 t al' ri t\;(4- t' t i' nr Li.'
r' 1 e.Z i-n;. v st ( t i ,,.2I .ih(,tr. u di. .4- 114O h ,ln 1 ~t' t 4~ ,,t":, t ''.
tar.'.i'i itroliosizions a." un i r.,l le- r- .\ I., il- ,,n ;I visit 'o h,.r R I 'P' 1 r 1,,-..~..---, : f '" ,. -
.! '. i. I \k i'" ;'1.4 t It" : ..."
w 1 W .4 ^.' pr ; h i hO~~ -r. 'd U ;:'s< 1 i r... i u. '<^ ., .2 "t: ;, ,'.I' M :'. C. rnjtIp ,a,
V.' en',ry-wnl eny the .-ntl-n.Pin o: ,Ra R. S:- s: )-" i;;.' i;. r ia.t f i " FORT McCOY NOTES \;:'. .-''-. ,," ;,' 8-. :
, -r'i-ir 'ir v v- r ** Vx elleiit lunch ai Sunn'l;;v Bluit'. a; .
th, r dr:;-, if half th v, t,-1i us iu tru",- 'ie :iit, ., r in New v Y trk. fB:il:i 'X(';lle lunch a. v ----f --.c,.i; ,:: ,' ', n., C' :..;,.
t tr w hi(ch Thrv 't1 'l,, : O S!\ (- ,,- T 1 -.,, ." o
of t its p triy. W while there it 1- re- .n,: \\ fl ei t w ; ... " : ,\ i ii t ',,,'I .z : C .- *". .. -
por:-,i iia" M r. M il'som fe;1 in iove r.-. \ !iit S: i:h. a l: )ii i'-si, 'n r:e-. b:* I '
., o a ,,-. o!,+ *i *i nlib r,041 1)' all who r,,ok the trirT-. .- , , , ,
w-ih th-, latest arrival a* the farmn- a' l I -. o ; \ Iht to o:. :. -. "l o t.: t r .:.,:! '., .* ... .a
[{.' Lud*iv. who hais len Th )4 .4.. -* i .j .'.
M a-t,.r W ilson Pa1yn Gre- n. jus" :"r.,-n s. She. ft M n.liav; for A. i >i-'- i.- s [ n i!-a i. v h, has i,, en Thi .*t ,.,, ::,. F"i.:: I' .:- !r- ,;) *,* ,,:" *,. i:5p-1i.-,i. ,S. :,i
three weks old, nd asiluty as on'.'a.I;.. to r'eflij th winter i' L he
th r w ,- k s o ldl. a n d a s lu s t ,y a s o n,, ," a (,;a .. to s ',,n -i l!h w in te r wv i -, h '-,r 1 ^ ^ . c:,.[^ t\, r n !, ,'* ,*. -r e F ; it;t ,1 ~ ) ,n ''>' i 'p i: : rt ) ' t^* ii ll s ix "; t '-"**
could wish for. May he prove to ,e : broth-r. e; n hot '. I'i. Prof.,o-sr H;imi.<:ni- :,r, ',I --- '",'. r'v'.
a blessing to his parents in theil- de- Mrs. WileMy Maisey. who aiii i' Milikan is at home Ms Ed h I "an hain. -e re^arx \. Shooting Ducks Out of Seaion
dining years. on a short visit to her married ,tauhh- Brom DBRunnalon for a f,,w clavsr Ms Eulr.s cr'a.;c. i r shL-"l iV. unlaw D fus for any p -:s' n
Mr. ?nd Mrs. Bogart and children ter in Georgia. returned home v,'ster- 'AGNOIA0A The Boys ('bith was w\ I! cI;;Tul!oI or person ns to shoot wild ,'tick t..
spent the day with Judge Hopkins day. GRAHAMVILLE AND CNNOR Saturday anal sonmi hine spe.c is tween rth, first day of April and "i,,
and wife at their Lake Smith cottage Mrs. Clayton Massey visited her sis- AND C were made. first day of Ocrobr. Any pero or
last Wednesday. ter-in-law, Mrs. William Massey. at S or Ora Banner: Dr. 1. C. Donal,!son of .Jesup. Ga.. persons violating the provisions of
Mr. James Shedd and his toad Keuka. last week. Go morning'. Don'n eou sen it? who ba s been stopping in our l urg thi. section shall be punished by a
builders commenced cutting out the Mrs. J. B. Enecks is visiting her oo sweet an't lovely smilt ? 'or some weeks, has had considerable finn not exceeding $50. or by imprison-
direct road from Belleview to Lake friend. Mrs. Julia Pegram. rMiss Marion's going rippling <'own mentall work to dio and is thinking of m~nt nor exceeding thirty days.
Weir last Monday Sand promise to The little motherless baby of Mr. Silver Springs run and then back locatin here. Wherever uses firearms by hu-itng|
push the work to a speedy comple- J. B. Hall is growing nicely. He is in ai n t oe t autumn forestt Born. to Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- game or firing upon targets upon Sun-
. perfect health. His grandmother, and out oircte autmng swestn Quaig. a fine boy. dlay shall be punis*dl by imprison.;
The road from Belleview to Santos Mrs. H. V. Porter, has charge of him. han w th- acrlanti swing sweeping Mr. and Mrs. J. V,. S'on. vi,.i r.'.,, xeeling tw-nt, days ,,r by

sad Ocala is commented on very fa- His dear mother was called to her ....... kie, everywhere- , their daughter. Mrs. J. C. Geig"-,r. at .n not exceling $2".
vorably by every one that drives over heavenly home when he was only palm a nd oak an pineousl everywhere Sta cala aulav an S a
Orals. Sat~ur-lav andi Slatiday. Must Not Ship Game
It. and with a road from Belleview i three weeks oll. He is now seven Mr. Frank auoin is ai. A prson or prsns, firm or cir-
'strangers, or if you go away. hurry Mr. Frank Chautloin ;s ahi- r)
to the lake and one from Belleview Imonths old. back. a work again, after leing iaid-,'p for poratin. wiho ship any ,ier. leer hidj
to Candler we will be the best situat. The weather is perfectly lovely, and The sick list as usual, is a blank a Ioupl) of weeks with rheumais:. his, vnison. wil rk. piai'
ed ant most favored people in the the farmers are busy sowing chufa exceptionof one sg w. R. Tonmpkins. with his tamiiv. .- )ar"iil beyond tht limits of o h
wrbole countyor. .deof Ocala. ,s-eed page, with the- exception of one sig-, f --hv- i-ti .t tl
"ole county. ofie of Ocala. n Grhm. wh is of Lochhloosa, haye fiovl)e to the (on-0U:ntv in whi('h Th,' .fame wG",- k .hi, '
The county ecnc ;'ssion-rs certain- Mr. Charlie Hodges is tho champion s Grahm who Grantham pla<'. Mr. Tompkins is a
ht H cIe,tdown with fever. __
ly deserve pral-e -o" th'ur progress- o'possum hunter. He capture se- sawyv-r ar the 1niall nill.
Th I .r- e-atl l wkTTil pretty, eoIcient an, I) popular THE OCCUPATION TAX
iveness in 1' ;:, i huillintg business eral last week. S. S. T.
Su o ai school teacher. Miss Stella Martin.
wlt o u s hol : will do as .'" O T R Ir .1,. M. Grahan le'tr Tiuslia;- for i .- ',s wa-:; k:!.,w u '. . ,
Mr. .hdt: J.oh' :: -. w >o has ht'n --- i -p .- '',
M r .o ;.j- ha aTi i.a. H e i, (.,m oo f hi.- "oli \ ,' s.'" '",'*,,. ,;: : i,'o Hi v ; :'. . '. \ ,\'," \- i. ,i\ ;- :. ".. ., y "
making, ;I : '-,' < a, r. \V. \ Spcial Cor'. O)cala Banner: I i
H ilton's t% w n ..c .. L st w e, ) is R,'\. L .or," e; l hi'1 re ,i r , a it. i, ('it d w 'to h a 'It uv, :t y- T it n g fill :, ,i(', 1i' t 'n 'U' I,
now tinishtnz ri,. ",- Iere-s house. ;ii'ni -n .-r last Sunlav i T a mill, ,:i in i I<. I. ) i '- i -
i "! " ) .- 1- *. :,+ .. ; 1 ^,; < ,* *> *" 'I .
Vhh'n finishi, ., h wiF! tri rsf,'r Rec.".'t ;l ,L \-*:ion, people. ot S',arr T.,. -t, '-, i ( nti'. :'xc i ,.I \\a't-" (.) k I '*, io(i- iti0 toi h s ', :1 I 'i : ... ;.. .
. \, \ *~~~~~~~~~~T r i,;r las !"'-en (;n:aiinv oxc':r.i n -; '* i-r ; i i> T .;* ;-: ..
hits v.or. 'o th-\ la-rw i.,',us' '. b' \ r'I,- r.. ii a idila ;* \y MI. andl M rs. h ,, t Vl , r a -:-. '4' V -' iis ilHIt V i' '.'.j
; , i ,. ., _, . . i n ; '.n ; l .; v r i b p i u ^ i- '** : \ T ' .i : : i i r ; i ,! .. ;,' A.I* ;.1 i'* '
built by Mr. Charles Hilton. just k .(iit ,.T,. Ail, rl4r' a slen-i j1. latn'_lhes tha' v io th T ''- ."'.,. ., ;v: a - "
southwest of Lake Lillian. Mr. Charl.-,, Boyls of Oeala vi-i'led i e n t, .. :
\'e regret to no'e thaT Mr. John his nmo..h,' at this l'l C Sun~lay.- lll' i tali' twh e. lhe of w i s h. ,ia' l I, ;'rt a th, -.,, h : . 4- ',u1 r ,,w, i., "'. I-.."'.. ,,
Harrell is on the sick list. No.'hin We aart,, g:.d to no-te lha the 'sick st il is which. .... n ' 1 0 ; : .
M.\I f iellr\- M aso n w ill :,oo(ti 0o n i : 1 Il11 L" an l h :I.-,,,: i! n tIllo , v v a nt lpi r : }l ,i ..,,.
much:just,,buT r,,;alli%,i.rv,,,
amuch just a touch of old dengu' bht arr all itro.t-oin. Mr. koniryl Mason Wi )011 O Jacksonville to ha'vethis launch c fin-ni'ir yu-,_ ,' h d,' 1 I'! x ': ,six-, . .,. ,
enough to make John know he is sick Mr. Chris!ian sr!opp) a!t' i1the Soutet r _I ishtd Hie wi o is" t ill his n ot4 con* a',. :".:i T1". ,i. Tb2 ;,: ,. i< !', *, *.
and cannotzniox e about. hisclat WekI1-1 lPtoilt !d
a ~n d c a n n o t ml o v -e a b o mll i h ,s c la s : \w t tk ] i lt 'll 1 h. l ; y w t r i i lii l !l a1 ,-, ]COI a ll 21 !*ilt~l) [ p-1,- ;t ,"r i* t T I t;, ::"\*' 1,< *;!1 r, '*.. .,,
Mr. W\ illie Millsom 1ment out in the Mr j. S. Grantham ani li twVo I tints cal le t n !im iP i.. ; tl'N, i : r j, I :,- n 1' i';,: T" -
X\Ii-. G:as \Waz,.'s--".John Pi'ter' of fi''ito ieltn!8tC.1 0gi. iiI o- i' p t''- 1 t
country last Tuesday and saye. d o\,'r o,, ns. Ea rl anl Lloy 1.i wxie i a intor h o t nt \l i; iwit w'tv lt ,ef) 18'' .. ;, ::, ,,,..,, .... ''.., ,,,
night. We do not lamie him oli in our ,"r Sunlda v I< aa- lt iT far ;mi) M is 14 a i i .' ... , I
''i.. ""~h W h,,'rI^r a,<~t ]1n,' is .^it'l'i t. ti .... s: .\h., r., h ..... sir"I. a ll ht,.is stirring il'.l t .hl -'.i it }rii i-i ,:-< .;. ;, ;, ,, -i:..r ,'\',, ,.1' '-. ,i
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Pasteur. G D
Russell. R R. Jr
Shealy. E A
Simmnions. Fi'.more
Souler. C D
Sims. E C
Swin.!li. W H
Seslo- r. Calvin

Talton. J H
Thonmpson X\\ esl
Tu)., :. C V,
TaIlto H E
Talton.. J A
W'hit,.. Pa :l
White. (Gp.
XWilli;.nis. J V
Wright. 1. B
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Atkinson. Elias
Anderson, Drj"
Atkinson. T
Brown. Steven
Boler. Geo
Blair. Jas F
Chaple. Chas
Cox. Alonzo
Davis, King
Ford. Ceasor
SGillerson, Jno
C la-ney. Edward
Gladney, J L
Haynes. Lazanes
Howell. Robt
Howell. C B
Jolhson. Cassell
Knoblock. H N
Kinsler. Daniel
Knoblock, Jas J
Knoblock. S N
Knoblock. W A
Lewis. Neal

r-'niest. J J
Perry. J I.

Smi'h. D A
STew:r r. Gec
Sirih. A
Seller. John
Sxin. R A
Sn.'N. V F

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WVAtkinson. Jno XW

Burroughs. EdI
Proen. Edw S
Beal. W H
Coleman. Wm
Crosby. J S
Daily. Edward V

G lover. G W
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Hopkins. Roger
Hall. Henry T

Knoblock. Wei
Knoblock. J H
Knoblock. V E
Kane. Frank

Livingston. B

Uvingston. Paton B

Maynard. Gilbert
Meffert. J M
McQuaig. Alex
Price. Jno WV
S Riley. Henry
, Robertson. J A
Seabrook. Adam
Sams. Samuel
Selling. Wrm WX
Sanders. J J
Thomnilson. Frank
Townsend. N .1
Taylor. Wa,!,.
Tuten. Jno A
Tulton. M W
Ward. T B
Washinzion. (.o
XViley. Jos 1.

Maton. Jno
Mavnor. Coffee
McQuaz. T .J

Richey. J K

Steu-man. T F
Shockley. W 'M
Scott. J H
SmiTh. WV H
Townson.d. F V
Townsenn.i. Wmi
Townsend. E. P
Till-.r, J N

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WVooelar'. R hard
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IB'ack,. XN' C
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(cogmrimis. NV F
Cani'-ron. Allan NV

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GlIv':..1 J D
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Harper. A H
Hop., Jacob
Hampton. F M
Hopkins. L L
Hale. R H
Harrell. John D
Hill. J C
Jpnkins. Dublin
Jacobs. A
Jenkins. Albert

Kilpatrick. W
Lucius?. Ambrose
Lghtsey. F H
Liddell. P A
Lyle. J D
Max-y. Chas
MiddleTon. J 1,
Munts. John
Mathews. Solomon

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acHynkson. Nathandrew
oHarrison. Faulkvid
oHardison. J Foshua
Haines. Wm Edw
Henrv. Patrick
Hilton. Chas H
Jackson. Andrew
Johnson. David
5ohnson, Joshua
Jackson. Jonas
K:endrick. Lewis
'Liddell. J M
Lucius. Joseph
T.ucius. J A
Lucius. Wm
Mathews. Robt
S.Mathews. Richard
Millsom. Jos
Mills. John
( McC!cndon. G R
Neo!son. J J
.Not'. A 1.
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P0,loT. Fank
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COUNTY, FLORIDA Davis. Minrod Davis. A D
-- Davis, Henry
(Continued from Page Seven.) English. Isaac English. Gale
S llis. Rubin
-- Ferguson, E L Ferguson, R W
Prcinct No. 17-.Anthony Fan. R B Finley, Jno
Andrews. Chas Ambrose. Those Freyermnuth. J A
Audrews. J L Arnold, T I f;raham. Lewis Graham. Sip
Baskin. .J C Baskin, J D Godwin, J J Garrison, Peter I
8t.bop. F W Brown, G M Gibson, Peter
Boskin. R A Bassett D Hammond. ,W I Horn, Joseph. H
Boon. A C Billingslea p Horn. Willie
Boo.. A C B P 1 Johnson. David James. Richard
Bord. J T Boyd A !ones. Wm M James, Enoch
Connell. J R ClinchSener eingcale, Wade Kingcade. Arthu
RClinch. Samuel Credle W Cr ,ingcade, Chas Kingcade. Chas.
Clinch. Samuel Credle, W- C Keonneiy. A J King:. E XV _
Cahoon. F P Clinch. Wm Kennedy. A J King. E W
ain. F P Cch J Kingeade, Jesse Kingca,.e. Isaac
Daniels, S B Duckett. J T i\ingcade. Anderson
Davis. G H Dyal. R B J H. Jr l.anier. J H. Sr
Daffr.)n. C T
Ellis. Giles Ellison F W I .imbough. R G l.ewi. Donald
Ellison. R A i' r- on. J D Morton. Gran"
Forts. Wesley Fob-, Elmo' F' 'itiehell, .Tno Miller. Tim
Forbes. H D ,Flitehell. Sol Mills. Elbert
Green. Noah Graham. G :clMahon. Calvin McB'Urn,.'y. B
Gates. Jas W Griner .J B .Mahon. B L. Jr Burc!y. HS Jni
Gree:.. VWm Griffir. R R ;:cMahon A G M'^ iny. SJ
Grah:.-... Mos' Griffn. W W --YMaf G' M yn E
Gri=sQ, H L .
Harvryv. J H Howell. XV V ;N V,. :,r)
Hill. C R HamilTon..1 A J r .. r .
Haitil;on. WV H Hird. D )* D C"f," "'-'-:.
Hi:ln an. J M Hillmai. J I. ..; 'T P
io e-'ll. E L Ha-rison. B S ; ps.!:,. T M ':, r. .1,)
liutTo. E P Halsell. A B R SomBon I ,-. B
Ho! i. J C Hol,. .-. .!)hn 9, S-- B
Irly. J B It!)yV. E Ii S R- Da
ir~in. S(,iomo~i i : -, rt SamR,,-' Da
i :^ n = s T R R:1 1 ^ ? : .-1 ' a
Jones. T P T.fonfs..MI C t&,br-r. Washingtf,:
Jennings.. Jn Jonos. 0 0 '!,r7'. Mil:on I.,.r--s. Kiro
Jon.-. ID A T' w-. V B R:wls. .J .M
Kenierby. Ro--s Kenev. G K R,1,.rt.G (oo '-. .Daniel
leitner. Those J Lewis. Ben !'i.c'ar !. Geo M.
Leittnr. B H Lamb. S B S-ort. Chas S -:i'. as
Lindner. E G Lamb. T A David S;h,:., C C
Lamb. H G Luffman. Geo Oscar Sanlors. Flish
Lindner. Chas Lindsey. R E Srandl,lv. T C S'-:i~h. Elia-. .i
Meadows. H A Milligan. XV B Srirh. XVm nm:No's. Virgil
Morrison. W E Moore. G B m.hoinas. Isaac T', ia,. Ntslson
'McDowell. W" M Thwlrnton. WWm
Neal. Robt Neal. J M Willi. N J ,Vin!rAlv A'tx
Priest. C C Pastpur. G ".,rs. A XV W ^..m. Milo
Priest. N A Pries,. C A ',' n F "\-n "" 0 P
.V ;\.....11 ..P
Plummer. N B Priest. Lee L ,E '
rk _* ~i -_ *- -* t .. H '

ro 1. E 11 f

(' so 2n. RN.

Prison, A L

Petteys, D H
Pagan. J A
Reed, J H
Richardson. P K
Richardson. \V .
Rush. A M
Richardson, .1 P
Ross. Austin
Sam;son. F G
B Scanes. P A
Sintleton. Allen
I Smith, T W
SSnodly. W H
H Sherouse, H WV
Thomas. J S
r ; Thagard, Wm
Jr! Thomas. P
Waits. C C
Wyvlie. C P
William. E W
WVi. D P
Willi.. I H. Jr
a-.itl-1. F W'V
Yarber. Henry

No. 23-Pedro

A 'r:ii. On. .INI

l"^':=,I:. S G

Pv,,*.',,-*. I .\r


pi..n .1 F

Ilrt .r. .Jrno R rOct 0R.HF'
Fr~E .KR Prv .S

ln i .HT SFlow. p A

DixA:1 Shaw. H1-iR
S'-.v. rln z,,nTi. F Shaxv. Dan
\".T C W \ri,._hrn XV..1

Dist;ict No. 24-Dunnelion
A-mrn ronu.r. .T'" .'st-in. Arthur
A-\,:.rn< (-liZr. R-ruerAvor~tITTJ '-\
.'.~e<'.E 1. Andor'-on. E
T: -T iek. Adlamis TBiri-k *-, (;. G-0
~.z'l~rw tA, Boon-. Alfredl

""p,. ~ Tkil;Onx01..J IB

.2 .1 13orson. B .J
: 1-.k 3'uiia.T F'
F I~x.X S

.4~~~ 7, .,
&........'v >p ,
4 44 t>.* *1 *. r
V\. .. "

C-iit. Wiil.1

Gamble. XY E

Ganelyn. \R C

44 .1 F
(-w '.: ye. J F'
(': n.. i-. J[ F

;i'-.\. S V
E:i:! .\John

Fr'ank.lin. Adamn
F, in>,r. S
Fort. W C
Flood. H T
F-inbtri. Ben
Foster. J M
Garnett. WV M
Gamble. Jno. Jr
Griffith. Wm

Grantham. MarionGober. Wm M

G(ood win. J E
Hill. Wash
Hood. L W
Hood. C E
Hussel. G J
Hunt. J B
Humphrey. D H
Hill. J VW
Hawkins. J W
Harp. 0 J
Hawkins. Sam
Inglis. Alleck WV
Jones. Geo V
.John :on. (C A
.Johns. J WV
JTennings. Locg
Jones. J W
K:,z:W XV N
Nbl 'r. A 1B
.4,' :. V H
!', p. .D H
Kn ". .1 'H
4 .'..-i ('I F
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SI. -.C. G \V

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' N.-' . .1 A

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l~'2\ .1 IiH

*;, T R
f ,'1 Q "

* IV l-F R
A:-< b

Griffis. J W
Henry, Ira
Hill. Cornelias
Hood. 0 P
Humphrey, J H
Hawkins. C W
Heidt. W A
Hoffman, W W
Harlee, J R
Hanewacker, Ldw

Inglis. Jno L
Job.nson. W H
Jent. Nathan
Johnson. W' E
Jlerrie. T M
Johns. F XV
Knihr.t 1 H
Kib'etr. S B
K imUht. H NV
KL .i.,'-'. E 14

lE i"" :r. J1 I
!.aiu,,'" :dI R

.%'lil!n.. Mack T H
X\'i]'s. \\" i

I '1 T'

V\e T-;i) N M
Mc~.-h^.A C

N\'x, '. ( W\V
No'; :. .

C' .'' "1-". .V G"

Ii'.* *** l c 41
I ',, ,,' i*- r .'. .

1- i" ; ,,

J-.-as V

McKinney, J G
I McClain, Albert
Pritchett. T E
SQuick, C W
Richie. G G
Savage, C A
Savage. David R
Snell. A J
Tillis. J W
Williams, W .
Welch. T H

Precinct I

Racket. Andrew
Rush. E W
Reynolds. G S
Richardson, J S
Rush, J L

Sclater. P P M
Simpson. Aaron
Simonton. J ,3
Shettleworth, J W
Smith. G S
Sherouse, P C
Thomas, H J
Turnipseed. J C
Turnipseed. J C
Williamson. F M
Walkup. J B
Walkup, S H
\,. Sam .1
Walker, J E

McCullough, G H
McKinley, E G
Porter. G W

Savaare. S S. .Jr
Sellers. I. W
Snell. Oliver S

Worick. J F

No. 26-Sparr

Ambrose. Samuel
Ragley. Thos
Baker. M
Burton, John H
Beal. C W"
Boyles. G D
Civils. R S
Carlton. Geo I_
Colbert. J ,W
('Cemmons. Elias
Carlron. John F
Duckett. Janp:
Davis. B L
Evans. Josh
Ev-ns., Al.x
Grar-. C Ml D
Graham. I 4ou!i
(Gasil.:ins. Rol!
( .Jackr
Satl)':- tth. S()an
(Gr-n'hin. -m.
(;ra,:L n-}i B- L.

:,a. Jo. .ohn (i
Hall. I. B
Harri.. Wmin
How1)illf D {
* Hook-r. J T
SHar!.,y. E .J
i Hokr. D \V
Ivins. A G
)Jones-. Phillips
I .Jani-s. Jack
.Jam:s. Rickar.!
.Jackson. .1
Sniames. .1 A R
.Jaco)bs. I.a vy
.1ihnston. .Jani"s
.Tohn1ron. Frank
Konnfdy. (Geo. Sr
Lee Galley. \V .J
! .o 11. .,-'s sp
I.':ffrnHn .Jno \V
l.+N. \V J
I Lovell. Arhn'.iin.
leo. M I.
MVyrs. Nawo
.-i?,rrir. \V I.
,t T i,: I P. Ml P
' ,, J ;. '
M\ Cuii. \lex:. J"
No:.-mPia.. D F
SO',',,'1u<. [,!11''.
i 4 '*'v .\!1,';

.',,ir". S D V.'
Snii'dL. ('ha- f
Snr'icklan!. .J A
Siminons. E P.
Tav-l,-r. Be j .J

S ii cla ii..1 if
Smi? l %V (G

Tna ,,i'son. I.': h,'rThoilas.. J R
lio.mas. Fran!. P Thomas. J E
Vaiix;hn. E
WVhile. Fields Wison. Willie
WIIs. Enoch Wilson. R A
Younz. Leslie G

Precinct No. 27-Eureka

Aikin. S G
Browning. A M
Brinson, Benj
Burney. Arthur
Brinson, J N
Brinson. J H
Dixson, Readon
Fiddle. J L
Hall, J Oscar
Hogan, Jno R
Harp. F M
Jones. D A
Milligan, P W
Mathews. A D
Marsh. L B
McQuaig. W A
McQuaig. J N
Proctor. C J
Prevatt. T C
Raner. Hardie
Rainer. W
Shero)se. J E
STrickland. A
TFuIon. D XV
T'ron. M WV
Wilson. A W
Wells. I N. .Jr

Brinson. J J
Brinson J P
Brinson. J S
Brinson, Geo

Dudley. Henry
Fort. A M
Holly. J. L
Hair. J H
Hollford. R 0

Mathews. H D
Milligan, E W

McDonald. Wyatt

Parramore. G B
Prevatt. S F
Robinson. Lewis

Srokes. XV D)
Squtirps. A E
Turon. E,

Wets, .J W

Precinct No. 28-Levcn

Anderson. .1 T
C ii ~-r. Rob:
~:, :::'
F"'t'~'. B F
Pro."' XV i-Z

1iiie~ -. I
fIjI!. P P
Jon (7 -.
X1);: '4)'' ".X j{
M:ie'liiin.--. 1) XV
-'I' ~; 'h4-. U J
''i: ; ~ p
4 4 4-
1 Xl ~

44 fl 7 ~
5-v.' 42 '4.. XX' -:

PD ':; iv%-,, I %.

Fin'k. IA-.J


.1 Xl
1;: :4. ~
'Xl (.(.~1: N
- ''.4 .4

jt I'

"-zu:*'. .1 A

* 1.o~-tr W, t.z-..i

Smith Halter B Sw
Stephenson Spain Syi
Strapp Sam Sp(
Simmons R L See
Sams. Joseph
Taylor Jas P -
Turnipseed. Jesse E
i Vannise, Chas
Wehhbb J B Wr
Washington Geo Wr
|Weab B C Wa
\Villiams Taylor Wa
*Washington S V Wa
Yongue Alex

Precinct No. 3C

Brown. Henry
Bagley. W B
Bayles. Chas
Boyles. H C

Calwell. w V.
Civil. Stephen E
Colbrt. J .ij
Clemmons. H R
Chapman. W R
Daniels. Oliver

Emini:or. W D

Goolf-n. Alph
Galson. Sam
Gaskin.'i. Wil ,v'. ja.- (,
(;ran-ham, Df I
(Galbrirh:. .1J B
(;ral.'han;. .To'.n

HIarris. ('ol!b -!t
HaF -ri. Nick
HrowI-!. Will
I',Qov- 'i. D.>
IarT r. K L.':-. E
Jamns. .Jno
JIhnTsrun. Oscar
Jacobs. L .
Johnstrou. Jno .
.Johnsron..1 JA.
Jack.on. H-nry

Lovp!!. S
L.anron. Thos
T-.,ffman. \Vai?^r
L.o. T E
Lawton. Jack i.
LufrTiiaia. w 0(
.\l,,)r' ,ly. ,JI ii' i
M, ,!,nw. J I
M.l'aJ'ows 1: D

eeny Joseph
ns Thos C
encer J E
ekinger L J


eight Thos
ight Robt
.shlngton Jas
ters J E
iters H C


Adams .Joe B
Adams .John H

Beck I. D
Beville Alexandler
Blirch F W
Bryan .1 M
Barco D M
Bruce W J
Chambers. Chas
Clar D A
Carter J A

Di-kson Richard
Daviz. S A

SAdIams Sam
Auslev p A
Austin. Chapple
Brooks. John H
Barnes June
B ates J H Jr
Reck .1 L
H! Bostic Spencer
SBeck I S
('arrPr .1 M T
Cutrhill Wm
1'11hill. Archibald
iar'or T E
I)ickson Jas
Da vis. .Jas
Edi\vards. Alfr.,!d I
iFri:.k. M P
Folks. .1 F
wi *;raham. Jno
(;,oodwin. A NV
;WGiles. Wm
f:1iyecrafr. C D P
.lohnsron. Abram
.T.icohs. Jas
Kirk. Frank
i [.on,. Henry W
Ii.wis. Chas
.Lotp. D W
e-wis. Hatter
lille,'. J L,
Mann. J S
SMarkam. W J
Nanc-,. Guy
I Outland. M H
Pillans. C P
Pillans. L H
Rohinson. Austin
Roo. XV R
A Robinson, .Tno WV
Sockin.-er, H L.
Sherman. .Jno
Sockinger. J. .l"
S'ockinger, J H
ISr.llo. T *
T.,al. L R
Tucker, J J
V-ai. WXV R 0
\VWalker. ,Jas
\V.,athers. W V
WV'hir. C MI

Page. H W

Robinson. illis
Robinson. Rias
Ray. XWValter
Staggers. Peter
S-ckinger, V MN
S,','kiner. W J
S-:lli'- .P. J N
ST llh. ,J [.
Tucker, F A

V01al. XV E
XVallace. A S J
Walker. D A

Precinct No. 31-Fairfield

A';siay. E S
;B -s. \\ \V
B1-r. I, W
B:rnsdl. J B
Cr,:er.. J H
jDlp )valn. Alfred
Dukes. Cakley
Davis. J L
Dukes. Sam
Dawson. Edward
Do,1d. 1, C
Ed wards. L K
Floyd. Jno B
Farnbach, I E
Gatrell. Henry W
Gordlon. Isaac
Gollins. Fred
Gibson, W G

Barber. Simpson
Brown. Perry B
B'1irriss. R R
Chury. C H
Dipree. Frank
Dukes. Peter
Duipifis. Albert
Dawson. Solomon
Dodd. E S

Easterling. G W
Ferguson. T C

Gladen, Adams
Gordon. Solomon
Gollins. Belton
Given. Geo

Godwin. Willie Lee. Sr

Gibson, Willlmer
Hill. Ben
Hammond. W B
Hodges, W A
Jennings, B S
Jones. A J
Jones. J A. Sr
Leverett, W H
Mathews. A M
Mangeman, L E
Markham, G
Montgomery. B M
McAteer, S J
McAlister. C H
Nichols. Walter
Payno, M L
Phillips. M E
Quart ernmin. B S
Rou. A B
SR!illand. L B
S;jir'v. Chas
S o, ,'l. Dan
Sri),nklo. Renwie
SScot. Washington
- 5roai:. .J WV
.q-"- XV S
'rs.W 01
S :irh. ,JnTo C
5v.'iP"" Rufus
S ",' {,'-, Jim
T S1rli. T 1.
Tnona-z.. J A
'i Ih.,p'n, C I.
\\" ^' i- igvon. Goo
Iz iVj'-. Fr zi i
*, n V !;-:,',-. A P
V,'",,.i,,.. \X A
4 1 B-r.PP. A B
* \ipp";p.. J B
-'v. S W. Jr

Griffith, W B
Houston, Wm
Hicks. J D

Jernagan, H J
Jones. J A, Jr
Jernegan, E W

Mathews. D B
Markham. J W
Mitchell. E F

McLauchin, A J

Payne, D B

Reeves. J P

Smith. E S
Scofie!d. Noah
Smoak. .1 P
Stanley. T .J
Scott. R H
Shlerouse. T .J
Srarknin. 1 1
Skie-. A A
l'Y:1'.n. .Jno
9.,ve. D E
T",,1C'. 41 V

"'n :!l'c. XV EV
Y mnz',. R C"

Yon^'ie,. A 'T
Yorin'i. R A

Precinct No. 32-Geiger

*~~ A~:~. Ji

4 '.~;. -V

V~4lV J Q



The Sting In the Left.. Thet Came
For Nor Muae"Od.
"H~arry, Icive." saidk!UmrsKr.ww tv
husband wwbu h.' .ntterod bLe b.ime,
few even-ingsa ago. -I've boon 4vumm
fully lnsultptL'd
"Insulted'Y' rrepeated Mr kmew Ws
dignautly. **By w ubtu
"By your mother"
"My mother,. i"4oW %. Nemwms. -eloes
She's the 6Lndv..t Wolmari U tue WrIW4L
Andi how v"ibmel '-lie awit Tot) *to

isn't hIre; .ne 4 i;.l. .1 i
"'l' m illt.'r). w ,I .l, ;:,-, '..- pey
sisteil 'lora. '**::..I it w it .,.t e la a
"'"Shw it to .."
"I'll tel: ,.,u a!",!it ;t. A h.,'.-r i
fo r t,! ';!,.rnin l~ir- J t
your mrt th,,r4 Lanltwrilt(.s. s' I .I .4f
j (0 ." ur', I .i'.l '" r .* L
S "It .v:ip writr,!n t. ** % 1 1, t!. way
Sthro :iihti. >,)u t':; ier-t.ia,S
"Yes. I uhiel.rT.1 i tfl!: ', Mi *t.a f
does the insult to, y, i .' ,
"!n the.- p-,muL'.r1i t % !t.'t I r1 e
along to that It c:ild, l'rr F.-re-
Ion't fail to give this ittier ?# Io ry,;
I want him to lharve It.' Now tll =
wasn't that an ltmWultT" Pav

The UnprediW el.L
The president of a club ,f New Tef1
waiters said the :tber day of a p-
simonlous young man.
"He reemblee a champ tyadey a
in Bucks county.
"This chap llvTld a &b w h
father. On t he d us' ft i
would InherIt the tu.\
"Well. fnay the 4 i ft
His end diw m The me
with him a tusat or tv :
him to peM away. bet h e fItad a
"On the fifth or ix*00M et
Instead of ittta up. put a 1-
turned low. very. vy low. an a if
by the bed and went o t o We
room with the caution.
'When you feel that It is al
with you. father. dilon't foret toWo
out the Inamp '"-Waublgtn" ftar

A Rare 114iSevef
A curious x"uvpnir ii s>.rvqwrwed i
the Bank of Fntllriil in the. shape f a
note for fl.i<, wtrb wf, ,h ihW'idr
I.oril <'E 'lo- r:n; t,:' it, iLa filme "w oI
was fal. 'ly :t,'-i-I't-.I ,f |grn..liadg w t1
qn intrt stil ,1 ) ,},t .a ni m or Pxta O
ni!aparte w" ,i,'.e il in I'114 *s, ato
cau .e a rl.e tn t t. I.ri. w- *t'-A-i
The suni iiitrihntl. .,| w1 as r'i **..-.| "u *
('' ^ ![*.i 0911%( ,**" 1 [,-i,,.v ( I *- q.-Is" n r
.st ,r ',,istri',f,.ir i w' !;' he ii:i "i' erf tl*.' Ic- ". | I *.t a il
1 .;',1 ;-.!!t m :i !l !-i lto-4 r", t ,i ti a
I selir., -e II.t_ in w il ) '.,h *.*.. n T.. h
hiq1e that ?oI la !;o 'ij i;r ae
;! 4 itIli: t:*l i h !l* ,e o, T
: ** 'se N;. T t <,' l ': 't .

I -LOUJ(,v) Tei,.rr:ill )

T', ,, idea ,, t.,!. -u!i i .4 i .', La q't t W.

lv as nUII au s .Ni .. '.iu im
I ,f the 'arlier j %i.i ,-I ti.r r f.tN ur1 &
In 177t1 au invteiitir t.a:ii,-l I,,) -o bl

Gallipotvi. Arthur
64G ,i.-ns,. John

Har.;i'..:, r. A
JacWo,. Da, J'

Ko.r'. .1 P
Iew i.. Arrsrnat
.Lewis. .las
Lewis. Harris
Luke. G W
Mienrion. Oliver .1
Mention. Adiolphus
Mention. Holli


Precinct No. 18-Martin


ot Htrengly Prfwfued Woew**A
iMauve In Cer,.
"Grame. clinging to its .ulp. 4
above the Mediterranean. s *uppuw
to give the stranger a hutrl-.' .m ow
count of its perfumn ." a a.I4 erfutm
Grasse makes the u.*rld' *w rtuta
You see mountains of dlonr tbir. s
In a milling country you mw-m
tains of wheat The ad-r is p,.rtrf
but as far an headache. n.
"But in the Campian d41trie tb Me i
a lake so strongly perfutnmd that If
stranger boats om it or awtruin I t N
really gets a hbealdach** This lab'
banks are of white malt eryftale.,
waters are mauve in C)t4W.. a rn 9tel
an odor of violets la extii |
",It Is Lae Mangshbak 1 vitml I
to see if I couldn't bottW It up and
It on the perfume market. No I [
"You @ia, It lta the p-rne f t
seaweed Polydcystl vioia.v t |
gives the lake Its hae MW smal WIOD
you bottle the waters the Wrew* -*,
oms after a few olays de an lPat
Then the odor change from viato to
"But If you are ever tu the ,* lMOa
visit the Monklmblak peninsula *ad
Stake a look at the take It is in it wa
as curious a.i the asphalt iaxe .sf BOe
America."-New r'awiln rhan ro





(Wdttte for the Ocala Banner.) I Wheras, It has been repeatedly The Washington Post has revived
Nftve I had It? Certainly. I went to charged, and such charges have been Following in the wake of the nu- the discussion of the subject, "Is
- aslsstlce of two who needed given publicity, that the adulteration merous other industries which direct-I There a Hell?" and prints the opinion
l, Oad got caught in Its toils. Most of spirits of turpentine and the false ly affect the progress and prosperity of many preachers. Here are some
4W 7 have been through with it. marking, grading and horning of of Florida, the naval stores business of them:
rosin has prevailed and has become promises in the very near futur-e, a i "The doctrine of the finally impen-
Plod with weariness and pain, a serious Injury to the naval store:- *.'ited trend upward. In reality, the itent is an awful truth. It is no field
SMcrely strong enough to pray, business; and, .."w taken of the situation by sever-' for the profance debater or the vul-
- this twilight hour I sit- Wheras, It is alleged that these ,' of the most prominent factors and gar ranter."-Wallace Radc'iffe. D. D..
t and staig my doubts away. fraudulent practices prevail among od c"-rs in this state since the corn- LL. D.
'er my broken purposes, certain dealers in naval stores, an,' ,; n of the organization of the new "The hell-idlea will recede from hu-
e tlhe present shadows roll, have reached such proportions as to marketing company, together with man consciousness in the same meas-
IA me build a bridge of song, almost extinguish honest competition; other healthy signs and conditions, is uire and proportion as we bring toa-
"Jesus lover of my soul." and. very optimistic, and that former ven down to earth."-Ahi-am Simon.
Whereas. The misuse of the name healthy conditions of the market will Ph. D.. Rahbi XW'ashin, "im iebr-(w
*Lat me to thy bosom fly!" "turpentine" in connection with sub- reassert themselves in the near fu-( Conl-,rgaiio0. .
How the words my thoughts repeat, stitutes, has in our opinion, ,,en 'ure is now doubted only by the most "Believing in tne fin, ;ity of '8^,
To thy bosom. Lord. I come., partially responsible for ,lemoraliza- S pesini-tr:c of those engagnd I:n th, s,.ri'prl s. rather than in h ,reis
Though unfit to kiss thy feet- i Iion in its price, andi that the niisuse trade. ,,o. :,l opinions ol( men. a btm.)o-! -
I have gathered sheaves for thee. ot the name in connection with all Dudlev R. S. under's. vi, pre. i,,n' i.' nt s ",vli ;>re 4li- T',l, lI'.ie,. .
Happily. smilingly in the past, substitu'les rmado from mineral oils of the J. R. Su.'rs company y of hfii-i a 'he iocR:'in. -..,i .. in
Now, I can but faintly sing: s,-'.uld bhe prohibited: an., P.-nsacola. one of the mo-t oxien .ive rn. p -.. . f'*.-i; '
"0, receive my soul at last`'" W hereas, It is alleged the gitagin? .. 1 -''at ,a ,m p";),tl-i'ing ,mce-'ns in : .o-: -.. *,,sndn' ...In -iori 1,,.. 1
of spirit- of turpentine is anoihr he trade. w,:s inTerviewf-,! bv i;il> ,.'irch.
J am v.-eary of my fears. fraudulent practice which ixtellsively I',,i.a<,,!; P\,nint Newvs andl ask,! ,Ti .e-f ::r,, :.Til : ,A' .2
UIke a child, when night comes on; iobtain:-; and, o ;r an 1txpr- t-ion of .h;ss Viws on I te nnthe< ( h;'is'in .v ho ;i: -i";, ,..n 1
i the shadow, Lord, I sing: I W hereas, It is charge(ld that al- t 1e t n-ral ,1'1tl,,fl.- 'o Tf.. business ,r 1 hap',,v ,.'It ,,- h.-:r '- "' i,-tr'
"Ieave. 0 leave me not alone'!" though rosin is ra.-lo' I and markedl ty .\l:,. S;.'.n, rh '1:,: an .nt,-!."il!. ''-;".- :, i; ':.'. :ri.!:(;n. i-_,h ::. '
Through the tears I still must shed, local inspectors, when sold by the pro- rt-ticent man on nio.-t si)j'Cis,s \erv llinddi,. cippille solll:- ,!"r) -;ni- *
Through the evil yet to be, dlucer. the inspector's marks willingly gave -1!e o l)Ia'r his vi.'ws. abys or woe."-R,.,. .anmu,1 H.
Though I falter while I sing: frequently altered afterwards to in- The interview concluded with Mr. W\codrow D. [), FD') D..n,,La'ion'' t
"Still support and comfort me!" licate higher brands; and, Saunders' authorization otf the follow- Church.
Whereas. These methods andl alll ing statement as embodying his vie-wv- "Each. of 0the 1- ,,i's -.o,',!r',s -hal
Why don't the board of health do such fraudulent methods in the hands .of the naval stores sitnation : suffer its own 1?ckmiar rn -"-
of th naa stre s-utin f' it w pcear(,n'-

something to stop this awful scourge
In the beginning? Just to think of the
terrible suffering with dengue fever
tMs season In Marion county!

"AR my help on thee is stayed!"
Does the rhythm of the song,
Swiftly falling on my heart,
Make the pulses firm and strong?
Or Is this thy perfect peace
Now descending while I sing,
Tat my soul may sleep tonight
"'Neath the shadow of thy wing:"
A ~%ellaaa UVA% "C f

of unscrupulous dealers afford a sinm-
ple and convenient means of stifling
competition and making unnatural;
the marketing situation; therefore.!
be it
Resolved, That it is the sense of the
Turpentine Operators' Association.
expressed in open convention assem-I

bled, that the manipulation of the
grade marks of rosin and the adulter-
ation and false gauging of spirits of
turpentine is a hardship to legitimate
competition, which, is a serious ob-
stacle to the prosperity of the naval

"In my opinion the naval stores Rev. Father F. G. i.onz.
outlook is good-fine. I might say. in "If there is such a pl;,c" as the
fact; and I confidently look forward conventional heaven it is :npooulat-
to next year as a most excellent one ed."-Ulysses sG. B. Pi!- for the trade. All Soul's Church.
"With the organization of the new "Death is not the beginning ,f an-
marketing company an accomplished .other life; it is the continuing of the
fact, the approaching end of the pres- old life."-J. Hemming Nolms, R,-ctor
ent season, and the fact that the out- Church of the Ascension.
put from next year's crop will be "In time and eternity the work
very materially curtailed, convinces (God's) will go on until all souls arei
me that the hard times for the trade saved."-John Van Schaik, Jr.. Pas-
which have ruled during the present tor Church, of Our Father. Universal-
crop year are at an end and that there ist.



W wish to announce to

the public that we will close

out our entire stock of Men's,

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m mous-nu-at acoUtu, w Bom u m stores industry: ana. od 1b iurtn'er will no longer De any reason lor long --
t charge, has just Informed me: Resolved, That the executive corn- faces on the part of operators and HAD A CLOSE CALL
'"YTor ftithful cook, 'Tish,' is down mitte of the Turpentine Operators' factors throughout the producing belt.
4M the fever also!" So it goes on Association be directed to take up "It's an ill wind that blows no man Mrs. Ada L. Croom the widely known
Proprietor of the Croonm Hotel. a-
m n forever, it seems, like -'The this matter of adulteration, and"horn- j any good." said Mr. Saunders, "and proprietor of the Croom Hotel, at
.TOO&MK.P ing' of spirits of turpentine and resin,! the hard times of this year's business months I suffered with aays: "For severe couah.
months I suffered with a severe coug,-h.
with the United States senators and has been no exception to the rule, in and consumption seemed to have its
Tbou of life the fountain art," representatives in Congress from each i that conditions have resulted from grip on me, when a friend recommend-
If I slumber on thy breast, state in which the naval stores in-i these hard times which will render it ed Dr. King's New Discovery. I bpe- -
-an taking it and three, bottles ,ffect- ,C "
n I sin myself to sleep, dustry is carried on and urge such difficult, itf not impossible. to secure a ta complete cure." The fame o-
Sleep and death alike are rest: senator and representatives to secure money with which to produce a crop this life saving cough and cold re .
eh the blessings all along the passage by the congress of the next year out of step with th de- edy, and lung. andl throat healer i Diffen
Trough the shadows yet to be. United States of an act to provide for man.. world wide. Sold at Tvolings & (Co..
Drug Store. 5,)e. andl S1' Trial ;or-
It the ladder of my song federal inspection of )othb turpentine "While I can't say that 1 anticipate tie free. n a T o-
"Rise to all eternity." and rosin under methods similar' to the early restoration of the level of -
those in use by the federal govern- values whieh ''btain'l ar the high THE MAN WHO KNOWS IT ALL M R S
Note by note in silver bars, ment in the inspection of other pro- ti de of the market. 1 do believe that
May my soul in love ascend, ducts. and to provide for the punish- such a conliiion i' inevitable soonerl(r h ,
TU1 1 reach the highest round ment of all persons and corporations or later." Y nl,,t h oi on t h 'i s, ), yA ..'. .
_.. .,. im e him on ihe str,'t-', ; In thy kingdom without end. found guilty of making such adulter- I h t
winding pathway you h :' his prince-
Mo impatiently I sing. nations false gauging. marking anl USEFUL HINTS l feet: you find him in the cottage.
Though I lift my hands and cry: grading: be it further h n hi l o he h
Jesus, lover of my soul, ; Resolved,. That mineral oil mixtu'es In makin- cake, grease the tin i n hovfl hut and hall. ,-Oi hear hisw
wothoice foranver-.themnlam \ohonow,4 it
Let me to thy bosom fly." sold as substitutes for rurpltin, with .swept larl rather than butter. o lyoth n o uo f
I I al ** l. Anti would you think of miusic, ift
should he brandeld mineral oil (ore- and sift a little dry flour over it. a. inea you hn O ui Tii C
~that is near your heart Or woul,1 ] 1
"Tis is Friday, so there are your pounds: that all turpentine so011 for To remove ink stains from white
"Sla papers!" What a cheering commercial. or medical uses. thouill cloth, heat a pint of sweet milk. -oak you. as a critic cor o ancient
=m of words, for they mean life. be branded after proper govern- ools in i t ani ttie sIains will ,lis.a- art >A voice wi nterrunl you. an(l
3wry reader loves the dear home pa- mental inspection as provi'lOl above. p ear. o'er you cast a all-the vPo ce of thatl
wise being-the, man vhIo kno-xs it
pen--the Banner and the Star. Ever pure gum spirits of Tiirpentine. or if Onionii. it rinse,!l several lims,,. in wse beran-thce man V-,1) nows ito
velome they prove, and ever arouses male from the distillation of 1h fresh. additions to boiling water b(-- all e anc y sy lle jO-
niof o h i ti l t o f 1 71; n (,y o, le a ,,ile s 1b a~g i,,,s a w a y f ro ni
m from the lethargy of dengue fe- i wool. '-\'oo\ Turpentine." amnti not fore they are cookeI are much niorfl leagues. ay fro i
Wr. MAGNOLIA. as .T is now. -Sqirits of Turpentint for di 'stiblh than it' )oiled in the. ordi- home; have seen the .ih;s of Athens
t Con-mer-ial Only.".This latter nary manner. the seven hills of Ro)!(: don't tll
Tl,heo v your s'trange adV*I-n lllrr.s wlwen nei,ih-
Sselnr.n., -'or o0 1in' -rCial uses onl." The ie1t way to t\`,'shn honlo-a-,adl your stran a is lneh-
Another Song is neither jst o 1 makr si read so hat it i- as o as n hors on you call. for l- r'' will hef
; ~i.- neither j~ist to TN1 nlakt~r. so*l-l(it.. o r f'>t 1af so Thiat it is as gjoo T1hre's a language that's mutoe. he constlmeln I .'lIU" this n;,in., a;I o1 ,lip he loaft illn col. water. utit l a iotg them t lhi ii;u v vi .l;) Inows ii-
thre's a silence that speaks, KillIs of a.lul".'r'aiiols ix.:rl i in a part a, hak i,' untiil it is ;. SThere's a something that cannot anl in constequiience Tihe sale of l)llpute ',1 ]thr,.h. Then wrap iln a lafmp Poilllry y0r olu quf'tf.' .\ P,'1 p i l
be told; -rpentin. has 1,e n ctr ailed he i, <'oth and wh. n (-old ir is as good a ,cot. -o .- mre o; co. ia. Bugost
There are words that can only he f her whn tirst bak,l. agh. Then s.Ulln i' ,-, \ ., hinge joint,
read on the cheek, R.-olxped. That pnling such aion A broom suill)oret'r. mat.e of spools sttraln-,r who ins a^ins; ;b' : that is not t(
Oe is thle sotti-sotlt'lvie lti-i etadW a
And thoughts but the cyes can un- ('Ol,)rCs-. t., exc.tive' conmit is a simnpl)l andl co 'nvenient d,,vice., he hs thew i lr-sol \V i!l;>iV -at'., n' an We r t
w~~~1Nho lhnows it til. W\Vht-n aT th,'.'.t n L lproiy
fold, of this association bho reo(iqS:,,el S.rew two large empty spools hi,.bup that snouldors, vhr, tan th )l1 our prices.
So conscious, so quick to 'n;- OPtinti,, is invest igations -n.l corn- .on the middle frame of a door. just
pert; pile su(h data and information as will far enough apart to allow the handle in i. we han, r IPl'dlt't't riTke' ," jM
Though dumb. in an instant it speaks he of service to saidI united States ,of th' broom to slip in. The broom plllr, nlto th1-l. ir t(e. ahove the ,wai
out the mind, senators an1 representatives in l )art rests on the spools. Of S trilow wI,'l (no franticc call. I, H. B. CLARK
And strikes in an instant the CongTress in securing the enllactrment \'hen -etting ready for ;a w\eekl's ri-k cf that vile sinne *-th ; n i-
heart. of such laws herewith recomnlendedi. general sweeping, if you take down ,i v0i now !- all.-At'hison (lo.:e
,your lace curtains andl the portieres. J.E. STEVEI
This eloquent silence, this converse,. MORE THAN ENOUGH IS TOO shake them and lay them aside in- FOR CHRONiC DIARRHOEA
of soul, MUCH til you are through. then putt i em ar i-l i w
-"-i"wii':!e in the a y in .6 Iwa
In vain we attempt to suppre--,; in place again, they will keep clean in the army in 1S6 I was
ITo maintain health a mature man loneItaken with chronic diarrhoea." says
More prompt it appears from the wish To antain helth a atGeorge M Felton of South Gibson.
of control. or woman needs just enough fo to Gilt piicture frames frequently ,- Pa. "I have since tried many ren, F R E S H
onf cntr oh ..., ... repair the waste and supply energy comic fly stained in ht -onth- h.,, I dies hut withhnit nv nermanpent relief



here's a



If you will take the time to come n
and inspect our stock you'll find tPat
there's a big difference between rval
work of the milliner's art and a ot of
machine-made HATS. Ours wf' b
found to be all original and up-to-date

styles-real creations of Art.


take pleasU:re in showing :ur goods.
for we have the satisfaction of know-
ing there a-e nrcne better made.

Uids Like a Stone Wil
itov H`W Hgp-l Pracmy hi--m

ir new fence for years to come. Get the big, heavy wire*, the
the good galvanizing, the exactly proportioned quality of(tee
oo hard nor too soft,
show you this fence in our stock and explain its merits and
not only ia the roll but in the fieid. C andsa"eausaadgt


SON, Manager







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Sand Rubbers at cost.

; We intend going 01o

S> 3'oZ bJsini-. so

sarn get a good rit.

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tH !'ALEY P.,e5 for the Contest.
P W -< TLER ... : p .. -*,.^ ;.,- ,-;, ".,
110 11 .I.` E D AV,'S *n r: >"*.* ** > >; i' o '
(; EORGiE C MARTIN hi.- F r!.
SA.M :i. PASCO -. T :. ;, t-' . h ::. : iU, -
--- )! < n -' -'h 'li i ," i .. i' --' o < Ii ...e
COPNGRESSIONAL TICKET r..., .' i'tr;.: jui.,.r .,.d :i-
i, 11 hii1 h 1 c o i:s.
TAFT 2 SHERMAN. '. "R.z.uiar .cii-" i hai'l i,. :i,:e.:-1
Republican Electors: i-cod to m- -n i ( se who axe in .cut-
ZACHARY T BIELBY. DeLand. ldr a'ton,!.,'r. and imr-uing ie01 "ill
CHARLES H STEWART. Melbourne. cour.,e as ises ribed by the cjutitt
HENRY W. BISHOP. Eustis or the grade in which it. or she may
CHARLES G. PARLIN. Carrabelle. be enrolled.
j44. Contestant- have been in
CqLpgress. First District: regular attendaic- upon the school!
GERGE W. ALLEN. Key West in which they are enroll for at leas

Second District: sixty days prior to the date ot the
WILLIAM R. O'NEAL. Orlando. contest
---- 5. Should the number of entries
Third District: warrant such action, the executive
ILI0AM H. NORTHP. Pensacola. committee of the Florida Educational

Ra lican State Ticket Assocation shall provide for such pre-
The following are the nominees: liminary contests as it may d enm
For Governor: i necessary.
JOHN M. CHENEY. Orlando. I f;. The tina! contest shall be held
For Comptroller: in Gain,_s.lle. Florida. commencingi
JOSEPH L SKIPPER Lakeland. at i'o'clok a. Friay. Ja iary
For Trtasurer- :a 1'lock a F ay. Jaar
"RlNrE E WEBSTER. Gainesville. i 19,, .
For S'retary of State: 7. The :oOn. ''r ,f i,.e 's shall' he
JOHN F'. HORR. KeyWe:est. hr,o. ai I z, ,,','ii ,Shal ji,
For Attornev General:
IPRRED C CUBBERLY. Cedar Key a-, 4d tr!O I el'l,,I i: ;,,"x '..;-
or Slupt. of Pui.!.ic Instruction: (.'aiuion. (!'.z.ii _i. .eanT'ral 'Y-.: ,*'-
GEORGE WV. HOLMES. Sharpes. ;,eSS. er-ertin' x .,.i 5-,', aplrj' '.n F r t xi;--'iQY~er oftA gri'u!!ure: th, CoI! ,.s ''- .alS, j t ,
^^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ; JOHN F STIhNKELt. 1.esburz. .
For rvai,:r(ad Co:umf .-,sioner: w .~or: '. ] k ^ ". ,-" :"-< tr^ a.fes
6 W ROW 1'-'Y. S ,!' Maieo. of t!, ,',h ,, L. ,-. -r, (, r , ,,;-
For J'iige'. h *th Sui'renv e v (Cour!: T -<': -" :,' ,*. Urd :ii,. .,:i'.
FRII \V V. RSH Pei-sacola '
W .',.- Si,.;< in, ... ":;ll -, I} t. .. . xn" -.
Repub'.can County Ticket ., .-. ('.o.... :' *,.c : 1E. F E.K ,- )
F<, M1efli ,',". of the Lei- islatur, : h<- il :a l'. a' I,%- ,'- ,!*l- e i ;.
GEORGE; K ROBINSOUN. Oc'ala. ot ti Iiire,' .;u.:" -. i.' l. ico
GELOR;, W\V. NEVILLE. Dunn"l"n ,,,^,..^,, .., ; -.,h ,, !; ^ i "
Chin. R 'op Ex. Co0n. j i it-,i i *" t -" il,-i; and h,-
L. KA ISM IN SKl. Se, 'y. 10-i-ti oi li 'tdtr !','( iv'll i!ie leXt l'!K.h-i

O RS ". CO te-'2:- :; k!iov,> : iv
.V II BUTLER. th, litle t r' i aci nial io! on iy 1
ROBERT E. DAVIS. ilti ] sha!' their 'tS f,) t i 'l !':, 's


1000 bushels In

ed Florida E

t 0 NN' Li1% ot' b.'h 'P .ut 1fle does not.
C 9! r '.- hI, i.zri Nv- want I tib-
lici; O 1,h-(lection and lho
Wvt *S t Y i -tIhoe ect wn.
13:'4 n's 15".SOn :"or'iostpl)I-i

* 1141"4d w i11 be j),' i onf
s I:I-

lip n~ ie\c~imxs to) Qein favor W'Ilros-
~-'t'tt ~ he I UW 11 X~a T does I!,
L- thlai iion? F' e cannot get 'iT

all Ial20 ~i -llCa~ ~u
dxl~~~ fr in .cx h:rtI 5P s1~. I.

him from the, errors of his ways-
helped to lead him out Into the light-
been an apt pupil; he has been behind
his class on several of these ques-
tions, but still he shows signs of im-
provement, and we must encourage
where we can. He can not promise
you a single thing in the way of re-




0" the ( candle-. They are s~ii~ i ) a) 7
c,. piece' -.w.\o. | We will be ready to store and cu

THE SOUTH AS A PELICAN are prepared and fully equipped 1

No',, .rn meat offered us. We are better

('O' ) i m.'- a have experienced men in charge.

Sn~i.( ise you courteous and prompt s

square deal.

I)d ill Ithe c('0 I rv NII-. i 'I Vt.S I-

tih. 0', is 1\yentrs quich".v I 11i~

- -i~

Oats for Sal

to handle all

equipped and

We prom-

service and a

P. 0. Box 687.

MEFFERT & TAYLOR, Props. Phorge 34. Long DIstO.m Cm.

ForTei' cF(-~ j:'


At th .- tgjlar meeting of the Flor-
ida Press Association it was decided
to offer to the boys and girls of the
high schools of the state two medals
,I ,,V. valued at $30 and $20 respectively.
prVdI These medals are offered for the best
work in declamation under the rules
Lur-t given below. The purpose of the con-
Ur 't"st is to foster the love of oratory
in tlhe breasts of the children, to as-
I sist in the upbullding of the high
[, schools of the state, and to proniote
a warmer feeling of comradeship
i-.uoag ;he boys and girls of Flori,'A.
Pr )j.-riy en .-red into. the contest wi!!
n ., :h, n ex-tini of the kid, in
.h- hi.ton- of ihe -tate The- cnt(esr
I *i O(,iop ;'> a'l tup)il. of r'gi!x l.l' .;
L L -c o s. a.. ,.v,!-y onle has an v,'Lil

A ~ ~ Tn C; -. .42 Vt.- ('o(ji'^- a-'.wich<*
-jI' a- 'f, :- !*n ,.i( ."
R "' -" ('f: f I i. ;I'y- v. \aio . i ;
", -- ~' :i ' *^ <* '** i '.^ -o'-'i - b-(' .) ): I.
.i -C1 *i0- 1* r3 1 i
*l. li,'., i c e "" ,, h ,tr,"e:. T.h
*:is:+.l ^ 'r ,I;, .-. ,-.,- \\' ..< (,7 P~ln.,^c,,ia.
D y ,. T ( t,' l OT o r !h .1 I{^ L-.\~ a .< i.-o i io E
t vi< np,[*] +. Oi it.-i.& a r'.:! initrtre;; ilk
5^ tl.,- puiilic -. i,-),.': of th,, state. The
Sn"wsIap-ers cb" Floridm ha .e alwvayv,
llded bee-n on the ,. i,;e ih- commo
tS tor schools, an I have- b-een of ines inal).e
Idren. importance ii the ofr a
d sentiment in favor ot the advanced
high school course. These medals'
are but an additional mark of heir
interest. anti it is the duty of the
S principals and school officers of the
State to see that the contest is a
memorable one.
rI a Th,- 'conlesT will be held in t'aihls-
Fla. vill.. Friday January 1. at the tune
*Iof the annual nmeeting of h .- Fl- .ia
-^^^^^ I
.........r o .. A --; .-:at n. An:U ,ie-
1 --ir-,i ii.torr-:ait" n can >l- i oh ii-:
hair::-i Ex C. F. E A Q ; .

unifin un inni

Mr. Taft says that have not (lone
anything but talk. while he has been
putting his Ideas into practice in an
administrative way. While it is true
thet he has hhld office more than I
have. and therefore. has had more
opportunities :o put his ideas into
practice,. h'iv had more oppo:-uni-
1-,s Ic "-: ;.i;. ideas borrowed than
jh- ha:s had t, set- hi; ide:.s borrowed.
SX hi;;, i'!'a o' lis o,),. l.,a he put into
-)rac,<-, w':, s'.cce- ? He was a
jildz,- i;"on i-- ,Penlh. Vxa- rh.e in-
1j:n"(*,on ,.;, o h' i- or *ini he e: i' t.',om)n
-'-:;i-. c<: :-' ? e r, p-; ii o *;:ac-
f .h:1 1." 1117: 10 i^cT ie 1n
', ;,- ",,"v i ..- i; -,* i ,' i
'* : ,- ; ,*! .' ? -- : .. T : ; i 'i n '- l *** < i ; -
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':1 ^ i'~> :: A l i ni ..' e-i i..: 2 !",:

: ' l b '-n B \;. ;'.' ritai;n .lK i
i x (',- in'r :.for- :-" e war fo)r in-
.i ( .'. '. k.u;. i A od t ') S (," .v i
p .- he pric'eal';'.: api;li.-d o govt-i'n-
j -\o\ lt n; show you what itea.- he
h'.,- )crro e'(i. He has abandoned the
.,tea of a pert'ainent colonial system
.,n:i t.d',ocat-s the climate indepen-
,l'nCe qw the Filipinos. Where di,l he
g. thai idea'? it is not original with He didi not get it from the re-
lpublicans, for they have never put it
i in tileir platt frms. Where did he get
i ? He got from the democratic
pla:fornim, an!d ha',., had as much to
i. withth.- ,'resentation of the idea
a.- anyone else. He says he is in favor
oi .1n ilCon+,e tax. Where did he get
rh.. i'-a"' I is not hi- wn.. Ir was
i in hh< o<* "a ic plaiiorm of 1-94;:
i i ini (,i "i .iarform this yar. It is
S,.,- h I :i'!orx ;. He <-an not claim
,I,: 'I- ;:,!':L \ :;e p)rres*':xiaiin of this
,4 '-,.'* 1 ~ < 'j e:. sn l'er t a ;
*. i 't, 'hi

xl' i 1. o f' t ii *' *** -: o t
' iK ' t'; : 4''t l tile l)4-'O
< a, t ith
7. 1',." '*- *',- i> n o,!. ,i lal idlea ,',th
*" : :. i N',. ,- "-, : ;i v'as
1 i ' put' i~n., ,r i v i:-r se-
i a:, ,i, .. :- nt ,4* id. a by
.i_, fl(,t,.v- ,i) '" : ,'e.- l a:iI ives at \Vasii-
i:1 )., I) r i- in three d-,eno.-ratic
at t'or.i- il 1 -, helped it i : i ere.
Ir was in mi' first congressional dplat-
iorm' eighteen years ago. and I wrote
the piat for-nin myself.
Publicity aa, to campaign contribu-
t'ons is ano;' Yr idea that he has bor-
rowed. and it he ha- not borrowed it
from me. hel has borrowed it from the
democrats at: \ not from his republi-
can as.-ociat .. for his own party re-
pudiate. the le by a vote of nine to
one I went to Washington and made
an argument be-fore the committee of
the house hal ing this bill in charge
sorne, Time before hi- letter to Bur-
rows. anud thr letter 10 Burrows was
o' Y)'bli.' ant'. His convention
turned Uo'Nlr. a publicity plank: his
associates a," nct willing to have any
piubiliciy at a;". he conir.^ half wiy



form that has not been presented in a Our new stock of Fall Goods is now here.
better plan by the democrats. So far O toc a n i is no e
as he is concerned. I can claim to be public to call and inspect it. There is no line
a pioneer. I have been ahead of hi will comp:,re with our late styles, high quail
a pioneer. I have been ahead of him Of course w- could not begin -to tanumerate in
from one to eighteen years. With but we wotild call your attention to the foila )
what reason can he claim that h- put goods and prives-oth ters in proportion.
my ideas into operation better than I
can myself? He ought not to dis-!
credit my work. for my work hasi R U S R U C
help.-d to bring him from p)ositfins Wilton Seamless Art Squares-All in Jute Art Squar,
lhar he dared no; def t nfld up tO I osi- the latest designs, all sizes. $40 to Cotton and W,
icen.- that thai ho ;ri-s to delfen !)huT ..$50. $20.
....-fn-s awikard and la!1-1 Axminister Art Squares-In many Ten Wire T
,,!y.-:;r. B-ry:n at .\!hia. iowa. pretty designs. $20 to $35. Squares--418
------Wool Fibre and Fibre Art Squares- All Wool G
n n I y $12. Squares-$8
LIGHTNG j ;mperia! Smyrna Art Squares--S22 to Japanese Matt
.X-). < .... 1 ?.; $3. (We are Ocala agents for Smail Rugs to
A o"r -t-i 1ese g-ods" at reasonable
:T. 1 '1 !)i ; )n !. ": t:1 i"'.;: *.* 11].li .._. .
*o ;a*-,I' ta; a, 'V, al) K..a1hina Dinner ets, $10.00 to $125.00.
(it' popular iliinaTIOU. \ii Se Sets, $4.00 to $25.00. Big line of China
ho. p.,op of wa.ii,,, rou .-y *:l Dinner Sets in all of the Latest
lanin- tro soa) &O -'eX *:. th r- welre W rt'ri
affairs, and, fed w: h animal or Wt \\e ha\j just added 5,oiio tfe-r of tfoor space,.. '!.,
table oils. produced a minimum .ih' 'han .-vor prepared to display our beautiful lint, ,: F"
with a maximum of he-at and stnlehi. t hl nPar future also add a complete line of Har! wae
The modern burner was unknown.
the flat wick had just been invented. Exclusive Oala agents for Allwin Go Cal
and was an article of rarity in Amer-
ica: the great deposits of petroleum We are closing out our Standard $ewing
which later furnished the familiar few we now have on hand will be sold below
kerosene oil were undiscovered, the
glass chimney was not in general use. 1 \
Open flame lamps were made use v v er dll i
of in the larger cities to light the N. MAGNOLIA ST
street's. but they played an insi'gnifi-
cant part in household economy.
Hence the wax taper and the tallow ---------
dip prevailed for interior illumination,
alike. A E. B RN
In \\Washington's lay. in imhe hmi *
of rho waith y candtle-' w Ip laIshy!y JEWELER -
,s ,d : ,, til0f!t,1- ,,c1.' : .e, in E E E
candili'-' stickls. Elegan! sco cl('>s of!!
l!':a-s' adornt'ei, ;hh wai- anid ; ,- ..l'-r $ r W E are better than ever prepared
tray-. w:rh ii '.snuffr" to rrim the: people of this part of Florida wit
<,-ndle ,.ks. ,vas a uive,-rsal an, Jewelrv of All Kinds. Our lit
c,,-sarv ar'ii5cl5< of furnituNire. Nov ies, Gl L
I. thi o i- Silverware, Cut Gia's Novelties, Gold I
1he alip tas tn, ,liglt wo ,l'..-,,1 lets, Rings, Etc., is large and varied,
tile candle a i the "ligl)t of t' oherI
days," hi, couhl we hask in the soft I seen to be appreciated. Then our
radiance of thousands, as our ances-' REPAIR DEPARTMEN
tors did1 during the revolution, we ,., .
tor did during the revolution, we is also in shape to give the best of 8e
could have a wholesome respect for t h e
candle illumination, says a writ-r in notice. None but experts handle your
Gas Logic. A prettier light for balls is left with us. Give us a trial if we a
and evening parties could not be de- serving you.
Historians never fail to allude to RTT T
the great chandeliers and myriads of
candles which were used in the great A* E. BURNETT- T KE
houses of the revolutionary period. ERCHANTS BLOCK, NEAR MURORE & CUIMILISS i
The former were generally made of
glass prisms pendant from metallic .**,*...** ***
rings. one above another in pycam-
midal or tower-like form, and carry- .. -- .. .. --- -. B
ing row upon row of candles. Types
of these chandeliers are yet to be H u d HI
seen in many old houses, and in some me
places modern adaptations of themI llv V wII IIO %
for gas and electric light may be "-
found. There are three magnificent We Wish To AanOun^ Thot 1
ones in the governors room a' the I

t le, cIoni!i chandelier, (,ent ;h;!'iir
i:C;andlescent hlh',bs repiac-, the tint'-!s

Haycreft & C


A Full Line of Tri,
d Untrimmed Ha
LIdies and the CI

All Kinds of


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and we invite the
Sin this section tbha
rVy and i) "r trie.
i detail our qt.'w;g,
wing part lilt d

es--9W'2 ony s'i
031 Art Souare--46

aDoestry Brusetis Art
I to S25
ran.te S ise i Art
t; $'4
rng A,-. Sq.A-'s-$5-
match I of t"* 43vO
e prices.

Ten Pic- Te,tle
a and Porccalun

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rts. all C)lor Sti.

Macluinte. &.tn, the


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to tfurnish the
th Hi gh ( Irade
ne of Sterling
sockets. Brace-
and mu..t bh

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service on short
r work when it
re not already


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FAITH W. H. Clark, Sr............
Capt. W. L. Ditto.........
The democratic demonstration on Thos. A. Proctor...... ....
Tuesday night was the greatest polit- Alfred Ayer...............
Wal outpouring ever seen in this R. R. Carroll..... ........
part of the country. Indeed, those in B. L. O'Neal.......... ....
position to know say that with pos- L. T. Izlar............ ....
ibly one exception it was the great- John M. Graham...........
eat seen anywhere during the p-es- E. C. Bennett......... ....
eat campaign of Mr. Bryan. If there E. L. Carney...............
It yet in Kentucky anyone who places S. A. Rawls...... ..........
the state in the doubtful column he jJ M Meffert......... ......
could not have witnessed the enthu- D. E. Mclver .................
plastic thousands who thronged John H. Taylor..............
the streets as spectators. There; Richard S. Hail.............
could be no more overwhelming I ,-oof F. WV. Ditto..................
of the fact tbat the democrats of J. M. T. Christian...........
Kentucky are again victoriously unit- Daughter of the Confederacy.
ed.---Courier-Journal. S. T. Sis'runk............
R. L. Ka'iug.n ...............
THE AIR DOME MOVED j E. M.Howardl..... ... .....
SC. W Hunter.... .... .....
The poplilar Air Dome Theaer has E. I.. Malor.y............
been move under shelter, and ihey G. S. Scott..............
are now occupying the armory, where Dr. H. C. Dozier.. ........
they expect to continue giving the) E. T. Helvenston..........
mine delightful shows that they ravy' H. B. Clarkscn............
been giving our people all during the'Tompkins & Cobb..........
post summer. Cash...... ... ... ... .....
The first performance in their new W. H. Knig'it..............
quarters was given last night, and a J. M. Liddell. Santos..........
good crowd greeted them. The pic-j F. M Townsend. Martin....
* tures were excellent and Vi 'i:.nms W. W. Martin. Martin.......
and Casmus. in their "Wireless -.'e1,-s R. C. .\isop. W\irslale......
phone" sketch were greatly enjoyedl i Join T. Lewis. Moss Bluff....
The proprietors of the Air Dome \V. E. Martin, Moss Bluff.....
will be delighted to see their friends.' E. S. Grace. Citronelle.. ......
at the armory theater every night un-! R. F. Rogers. Lynne. ......
tl further notice. M. Atkinson. Berlin .........
SL. L. Hopkins. Belleview......
The dinner and ball given W\e'-; E. D. Rou. Re'.ldi(k........
nesday evening aw Tokio. Japai. i i A .A Rou. Re-ldick........
honor of the visit of the American L.. S. Light. Reddick........
fleet of battleships bly IPrem-ir Ka,- .H. AWartmann. Citra......
ara a: his resIldence ' 1o o" 1.. \Vartmann. "Citra........
er about 15o0 )ro'ninenT p)erImos iu T. L. She:'ouse. Citra........
duding all the Amiericn officer- v"', A. .1. Douglas. Citra 'a.........
were invited to the bali. The tu,,t- -. K\Vartmann, Citra......
at the dinner however weti ,',nin, S e'Len Townsend. Citra.....

to those holbling official position's. R. C. Douglass, ('itra........
There were no set speeches. Prei- M. J. Timmous. Citra .......
ler Katsura proposed the health i of W. J. Crosby, Citra..........
President Roosevelt and. Anme-'ican Frank D. Howard. Citra.....
Ambassador O'Brieu that of the emn- Dr. M. M. Connor. Citra.....
peror of Japan. A toast to the fleet !V. E. Allen. McIntosh .......
by the premier was responded t) by S. H. Gaitskill. Mclntosh.....
Rear Admiral Sperry. The ball was L. T. Hickson. Mclntosh.....
the most brilliant function of the E. T. Forbes. Anthony........
week and brought Americans and James W. Colbert, Sparr.....
Japanese into the closest touch. John B. Malloy. Sparr......
American officers danced with the Walter Iuffman .arnarr


Ilk^6 r mlfm, A:_ & .... J _ _ _


William Jennings Bryan appears in Ocala Banner...............$ 5.0'
ialsville tonight as he never appear-; George MacKay.......... .. 5.0'
i here before. Hitherto he has faced E. W. Davis................. 5.0
a democracy rent by divisions more R. A. Burford............ 3.0
or less acrimonious. He will now face Win. Hocker.............. 2.0'
a democracy at once united, resolute Jas E. Chace............... 2.
and enthusiastic. R. D. Fuller......... ....... 1.
The more drastic issues that (Ivid- jW. S. Bullock...... ...... 1.0
ed us are no longer vital. The issues E. P. Thagard........ .... 1.0.
a to which we may not all be E. L. Parr......... ... ... .1.
agreed upon are mainly tentative anl I Baxter Cam.......... ..... 1.0
academic, such as friends and broth- S. H. Martin.................i-,
ers may discuss without reservation J. G. Ferguson..... ......... 1.0)
or fear. each having his individual jG. A. Nash............... 1.0
rights of opinion. I Geo. C. Pasteur....... ..... 1.0
Through this campaign Mr. Bryan T. NV. Troxler......... ... 1.,
has shown himself a master of (lebate jJ. J. Gerig...... ....... .. 1.0
as well as a captivator of hearts. N.,v- W. P. Edwards. ........... 1.,
er in the history of the country. go- Joseph Bell.... ......... ...
Ing back to the days of Douglas-; an-,l T. E. PapFeur............... .
coming down to the days of Blaini-. C. C. Carroll... ........... 1.,
has any public man shown hi.self XV. \V. Clya-*......... ...... 1
so fairly and so potently to his couin- Ash,-r Frank. .............. 1."
trymen. He will be elected and hht, Henry Sistrunk..... .......... 1.4
deserves to be elected. Nothing but A. J. Brigance....... ...... 1.n
money, and money in fabulous sumrs. C. H. Lloyd............ .. 10
can bar his way, and we do nor ,e- L. P. Miller... ...... ...... ,
lleve even the large amounts of it J. P. PbillipQ ............. .0
which the republican leaders are pro- Free Trader......... ...... 1.0
paring to put into the debatable J. C. Boozer................ .1
states can buy of the people their J. M. Tison......... ..... 1.
birthright. Henry Gordon............ 1.0
The time has come for a showing L. N. Green.......... ...... 1.0
of hands, and our faith in the clean- C. L. Bittinger............ 1.0
hess of the hands of an overwhelm- Dr. Dan Morgan Smith...... 1.0
log body of American voters, is confi- Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith.... 1.0
dent and buoyant. All hail, therefore. L. F. Ballard..... ......... 1.0'
l the man froma Nebraska, the peo- W. D. Carnm .. ......... 1.0
pie's own nominee, and the next pres- S. H. Blitch.............. 1.0'
Went of the United States.-Louis- J. P. Galloway............ 1.0c
vlle Courier-Journal. Will T. Gary............... .L
J. H. BrinsoL.............. 1.0c
KENTUCKY BACK TO THE OLD W. H. Clark, Jr............ 1.0

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Qr *-RMI 6T**- Ory 0? nos marriage
0 WuW urI n;IUl IIur7 UT rill l1llr-il96
In Old Age.
The story uf Aaron Burr's marriage
in his old age to the widow of Stephen
0, Jumel. who was well known in the
early history of New York city. is a
"' dramatic one.
SConceive, if you will, the picture of
,. Iurr, gifted adventurer that he was.
; roken in health, branded in the popu-
lir : j id as the murderer of Alexander
H::.: ,on and returning from a long
Exile to find himself an outcast in the
0 1 ity where he had once been the polit-
0 ieal monarch of all he surveyed and a
0 distinguished figure in society and at
o the bar Conceive, if you can. this
0 lamentable old man, smirking through
Shis wrinkles, bowing and prancing
rather stiffly because of his r',e,]:::tc
Joints and with his mouth fnu'. i f pr,---
ty platitudes, paying court to the wld-
ow of Stephen .Jumel. herself in the
fi prime of years and health. Remiovt:
,, from the picture its surface 1ncon-rui-
,, ties. and you have a bit of purie pathos
unequaled in the annals of foolish great
;But something of his old time pow-
0 er to charm the gentler sex must have
sto.,4 by him in his years of mental
,1 and physical misery, for in his suit for
0 the widow Jumel's hand and fortune
0 he won gloriously, dramatically. Re-
Sbuffed repeatedly, Burr finally d-
clared in passionate rage that on a
0 given day he would arrive at the Jumel
mansion accompanied by a clergyman.
0 who should marry them on the spot.
0 He would give his prospective bride no
0 quarter, no chance of escape from the
i inevitable.
She was amused at the threat and
Dismissed the old man with more than
0 her usual coldness of demeanor. Burr
0 stuck to his avowal and one July day
0 rolled up In a carriage, and with him
0 was a minister, the same who fifty years
0 before performed the marriage cere-
0, mony for Burr and the mother of his
daughter, the beautiful Theodosia.
SThere was something of a scene In the
0 old house on this day. There were
J tears of anger on the part of Burr.
0 Relatives remonstrated: Burr remained
0 Immovable. All feared a scandal. The
0 minister, book in hand, stood unob-
Strusively in the background. There
| were more tears, more declarations of
undying love, and the widow Jumel
) became Mrs. Aaron Burr.
SThey were married In the great
drawing room of the Jumel mansion.
) Burr squandered with reckless hand
the wealth acquired by Stephen Jumel
and left for the enjoyment of his
marital partner. There were many bit-
ter quarrels between the ill mated pair,
Sand they were soon divorced. Burr
Sdied in 1S36, but madam lived until
1W5. dying a recluse and a miser, the
money received from the Junmel estate
S1hoarded in an unused chamber.

Stones and Glass Houses.
The origin of the saying. "Those who
live in glass houses should not throw
stones." is as follows: At the time of
' the union of England and Scotland
London was inundated with Scotch-
* men. and the London roughs used to
* go about at night breaking their win-
dows. Buckingham being considered
the chief Instigator of the mischief, a
party of Scotchmen smashed the win-
* dows of the duke's mansion, known as
' the Ghlss House. The court favorite
I appealed to the king, who replied,
"Steenie. Steenle. those who live in
, glass houses should be careful how
, they fling stones'"-New York Amern-


The city council held regular meet-
i ing at S o'clock p. m., this October 20.
,1908, with the following members
present: J. D. Robertson. president;
!A. G. Gates. E. T. Helvenston. H. C.
SJones. J. M. Meffert, D. E. Mclver
and Charles Rheinauer, c-uncilmen.
Minutes of last regular meeting a)p-
proved as read.
A refund of $1.7'0 was ordered paidl
to .1. R. White as rebate on taxts.
Communication from Marion Coiin-
ty Hospital Association. requ#,.-Tin-
an a ropriation of $"'.of fow[ the
ticket of a sick paionft .vh.) \w- s ;in-
a)l,. ')o pa:- h:s (are to .Al-u.ta. wa-

~~;r~K I s' ~i : '5 r7r?1n. 110C 2V1
1;'i,.ii. Ml gr. lof T1,,- r v.I 7)'.l i h ii ,i0
I ( ;have ci" s': as Ti.O) O2 'or i. i ly()"-: I:;!fp-
i'v. : ef" !l. ; oi a l 0o sili,! <- )Thatn -i; ioi
;i) *'ft:'+. -'r.,i ;o rh. i's-:, i,,ir. .* ,.* ,it.l,', !
<'n,! fcarri-,l.1

:ir. linlits of tho city. Th.- kinmi of
; I i .l~ li niH ;<.p l)'ii c a''i ,,nl 0 1, 1.. \ I I 'i +,r

lic-ni. n;ec-ssary for h*'i Air Domi.'
SPeolae toa i top o'ut was r;.ifel brrei to thein

city attorney. to idlvist- the ta-x col-
lect or.
\v onii n t't:ica, on from) oar!.- tha f t rlis-
w,:I ^*1]!),,f a vio)lation cf -he fir(' o:,<{i

.tees, Ocala s-schol llin Li in.rict,. hre-

questing that the lime andl sand which
is removed from gutters of.the city o
j liofnse nec -ssary for ,'.h( Air Do;me

e oplae to take lot was .fthrre to thei-
cniary attorney school building in orethr tax col-
vate the lot. Filed for information.or.

The following reports wetre su~bmit-
tComm by the ication from board of trs-

ees, Ocala sub-scF ol da.ri. re-
To questing that the lime anotl sathe C which of

Gentis removed from gutto reports f tha city
have coplaced on the amlot of the new pri-
mary school building in or,!er to) ele-

inae the lot. Filed forth informst, against
The D. C. following reports voprt s)rbmit-
]t d byv the city atto)rn *v on st'e(.t

pal, $ving:217, and interstineThe2nd
day of Marchala. F!a.. Dr. ., This<
To thl City Council o the City of

C ltY's note in M'in rot- k ChamblAiss'l
bank-, and certificates s,,irren~lterod.
Gentlemen-I beg to report that that Ipa-
have collected the amount ,of the ipav-

ing certificate, with inter < pr, against'

,,wi Marion F'arivns. sliJ'-:eqi;,enrt o tli*.
Ins? itlitiofl of -.t for !Ic .oli-00I Io
fthe D. C. Smih, property )rinci-ii.
pal, $I)', andI interest -.ince the 2ndt
,lay of Mairch A. D. 1'!,,(n. This
amount has been cred,1ited' on the
city's note in Munroi- Cham.1liss'l
bank, ain,{ certificate s'lrr(,nde(r(d.
I beg ito furth+'r r+'port' that th<' Ipav-;
in^a c-rmfica!'-' aaain.-t ,h,, Ipro pc(r'v of ,
!l)' .Mar'ion F'am'~S. s~iin.-eq,;on!t( ^o hc:
i'.'stitTution of s;.ir for 'h, .()clh:.c~ioi
o)f s.'rn has- l,wn pnai,): prin,'ri:,l.
$:',,<. 2,,^ ',vi;h int ,r+,sr .i;(; ,. ;h,' -n'l
,!:y )f M.Irc'h. .A. D !)' '-, ,ir.'i ;;h,'
q:;*;-'(, was (rf'l'.)!(, onrl I', ('fliy's no)t;'
'i,} !u n r o ", & C 'i^. qn hlis:-'' R a3 n k. a nld,

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Mathematics at Oxford.
SThere is an interesting story which
Shows the disposition of Oxford to-
Sward mathemnaties. A venerable don
who had l )ought half a dozeu hooks at
3s. 6d. each requested the bookseller
Sto give him a piece of paper tor the
purpose of arrivfhg at the amount, lie
then wrote down 3s. 6d. six times, one
under the other, 'and was slowly add-
ing them upv when the shopman ven-
Stured to point out the shorter method.
Sof multiplying one 3s. Gd. by 6. "Dear
me!" exclaimed the don. "Really, that
Is most ingenious, most ingenious."-
London Globe.

Anticipating Him.
Night after night the exceedingly
quiet and backward youth had called
on a neighboring farmer's daughter,
sitting perfectly mute beside her while
she did all the entertaining. Thil
night, however, the youth, wishing for
a glass of water, suddenly surprised
L_ I ... _.

Very respectfully submitted.
City Attorney

Ocala. Fla.. Oct 24. 1-,
To the City ('Coiincil of the ( ity of
Gentlemen-I beg to r, port rha I
have collecteIl the pa ing erti':,'e-'
issued against certain l.r l,'rr .
longing to Mr. R. I.. \.ii.l'-)l. Th,
same anmoun',el to) '2 vi' i '"r"'
thereon since the _il !:v *t' \ "'
.\A. D. 1!'". anl th -i:tnr 'l h.- "'"
tiirn+,il )o v er ro ) t .\! , v ( I' ,". i.,

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S n.nli-nlonthlv pay rh'Ii of (v)ri,, *
')' s e ll i- fll ') n li "y ,ty ', i ,," I .
T',- lt.. $1 .11 So t. 1-1 :\pr- o
$17.11; E. B. Duncan. agent. 7
(. A. Nash. $2, R. E. Yongt .
D. McDuffy. $11 :; ()Ocala Ir' 'n
Co.. $5): G. WV. Cl,\.land. $1.
Bill of Ocala \Va #r (',, '-r
$1'(;S.75 and! city lighting bill !aid
over till next meeti, ug.
The proposition -'iti ttt',! T,) city
for ,traina, of flat ..,jav',ntr rt,) ias-
se ,ger aiil fr-i.zht i,'(ts ',,> S ',a
on.r.'! Air l.iin.1 R ". tvas r,-j',.'- I hv%
the eounc'..
M ayor w is r,' ;. ,sT' ,i ;.- A nfo)i,'t' he,1
instrucl(tio)ns riv,'n by the co-in il r,. I
ative to abating the n'iisance at ,1il
depot s

The r of op'-t. uip May
street was di..cussedl an:d l a:'l ,,*r 'in
til next meeting.
Street committee was inlStriet' ', TI)
build sidewalk in front o)f I.. N
Gr,-en's prt-mises on Oklawaha ,,n-
le and make( a tost ('Iase of san
The mayo()r was r,'les',, ') ;v,
A. I. 1.. and S. A. L. R. RIt. otfici 1!s to
('*; .'!' ( ;,."-Ip-r S.' .:s i i i s in <.i'v
li;!i i's ) if:'!.(
( -*" '* \v:',? il -Trller.I 'o g rs 'iw \ ;ir-






To the Editor Ocala Banner:
"Are Marion's farmers ready fcr a
county fair?" asks Hon. Veritas in the
press. both Banner and Star. Hay
Rube replies. "Yes." But the honor-
able gentleman lis deeply interested.
so he begs for more facts--more
truths he also wishes. His mo lesty,
Hay Rube. wishes mvc to take the
quill and reply.
Practically all the farmers in the
Marion commonwealth are more reaiy
for the fair than Hon. Veritas anI
Each individual villa does not it .al!
need a "live man" to stir around
among his ken in his resp6ett r.p.
cinci to "do thins,-" \\hv Bea,;
very farmer is I iiy abli -. I;
anid d going fro,, early morn til! a',.
a, nihIht. and. sir. h ,i doe, hin--
Miss Mtarion's snil..- nev, r ,,,. ,
b1 "! h.,ing and The-re i*. (o
fort llias'inl i Tn ; Sl ef ,,, .- i'o.
ri rip'lnll-' :'-! [- Th trml Fo ort4?:
I th' \Vihlarooch.,,. ;:n, i r.nI \\'.-;-
dale-(,n-l.ake-.\ \'ir To E\in-Tt n :. io. ;
Alachna. anti stpj,'nz.: in 1,) hI V:!.
ning way- many a -sTrazmer ha. ;i: ;,
in los with h-r. Fresh. glorious an(,
golden in early dawn. and a noo110011-
tide thousands of suiinnx dimples jlav
with the smiles. In dusk time thle\
are radiant, and in the moonlit andi
starlit night more solemn. ) but sw-4Pt-
er still.
Marion's map is located on the iigha
spot in Florida, and we are pro-id of
it. Here a great city: there a forest
and navigable streams running
through: proudly over there a lake..
and on the north lands are. paradise
And all around are farms. The
northern divide of Marion's farm is
Alachua. At Boardman. Mclntosh.
Reddick. Lowell and their sister ha:r.-
lets there are acres and acres of o(od
farms. Among the farmer- are our
tax assessor. Alfred Ayer. Mr. (;isT.
Mr. Gaitskill. Mr. Mal'o.N. Mr Ho well.
Mr. Meoffert. andl scores of o0he-r
They are all anxious Ior a ta:r. 0 -:,.i
on the western limit are Dr .. I.
Blite*i. Mr. Mate PhPllipl-. Mr .lw-k
M cC alyv. Mr. L. D-w eri-ck. Mr. IM P.
Fr'nk ;.nd ,her.-. aiid >,: h o '..
Mr. Barco. on hi,. f.niolu- Sunnix -,),
Farm. Nearly e-x-:-y ,, i;_ -tC.. >-e-
tion is for the fair
On the southern-P mi are Mr Cham>':is- andi the P;.!:n .'ti
Stock Farm.. an.! Mr. \Vhi wo:th ani
the Hiawatha Farnis. Mr. Frank Lv-
tie andi Mr. R. l.. Martin and oth rs:
and there Lake Weir rests beneath
the orange and tpalm and pine and oak
serenely and wier.. The eastern dli-
vide is a scrub like section, but in The
Sd-regions is the great Florida or-
| e pelit-ii is where the bes' or
ages in the world are grown. Alse
over in the eastern section sugar c-nme
is a rreat crop an i in later days th,
Oklawaha river will be harnessed,
and. after the cane is grown, electric-
ity will do the rest

syrup expert. Mr. J. C. P!n.
in Electra. Mr. William Rob-
f of Lynne is preparing syrup to
exhibit at the coming fair that he ble-
lieves will win the prize. Mr. I aac
Perkins. the farmer and hunter. will
exhibit the biggest deer hide He
claims that after November's ;.m-
O'law date. he will kill th. biggest qbuck
and exhibit the hide at the fair
Mr. John Mathews of 'Candile' an.i
Mr. L. Dow Beck of Cottage Hill iaxe
the finest colts in Ml.rion. They w.iil
exhibi: their stock.
Colonel Robert F. Rotrs is ia-ly
at the droji of the hat To "do thin,-'
for Marion. and will be at the fair.
Say. Hon. Veritas. b1ow alo'w "e
queen of the Marion county"--own
and country included? Have 'our
newspapers to get up a voting contest
for the prettiest lady- in the land,. and
on the opening dlay of the fair the lady
who wins shall be the queen. an,1 slihe
shall lead the floats of both ciiv and,
county. So long.




All fruit i,
seems to be
Cool weat
a great dles
The cabba
j ^ expected
mar, the or
itn hat sect
fi ri


F..J. Riulhnan. of P. Rulhman & CO..!
N (. ork-. was in Bradlenown la:--
'Aa-r.. lookiin o ,-,r th'-, orange si',l-
Hi'-rantlo (.jcolnry claims to ha, t, hf'
Sr^..-s. ar-.a ot at.y county ill th-e .;zte-
,:' l,)'rl tj ;he- rai-ing of citru-s fri,.'-.
{ H1,. ,.,'R,,:. o. of (ocoa. sav- i.e
v Ili h-i ,.. : .. ,* l ,x,o s of oran of- ;:

7( '" ' I'I ,;I -. ,
(. d ,..( -
. .' ,, i,; -, g ( ;'i ,:- !" ,' :,.
..*; t, .! ... i: ,' : ".> "*| :0 l; a (.. .," !, : .\ "
:: ',A' ^ ". ,', *i. in r a , ;-
S ; i. or' ,-- .r ...o ;- a .\ ... t ; .-\

t Iilaii' 1il TO alx _or,-a exte nt ( ,'";\
con'ttiii5 .,w ,-, iiexV bttrr I
S 1. Bi'tin- o: Ocala ha- iliv-iteti
[a lanut har,--sti;ng niachilv-. He isi
so confitien! of iTs being a good thing!
that he is going to culuiivate pe.inut.s
on a large scale
The orange crop in the imme.,iiate
Sneighborhoodl of St. Petersburg is es-
timatedl aT 5i, per cent of normal.
SPicking and Ipacking will not he
started th-re- until the first of D.:cem-
h ber.
STh. !)L:h nur.-ri-es at Macolennv re-
p )or ; |)rt business \ery brisk. Thvy I
hax-e orders on their books for ftlyIv
j-, .)rwoyh ot )oo<).. an.i arm1 a ;i-. I
Irt'r'- arin- ti l tu. f fal!l hippinu .-.-;i
(iain I 'i;Z TO .,"I
S ii t Th- *., I; ". 2 : t ,'i' a -; t o f (' r_;-; . .
Sars ': a..ii,. s.;t- iiii ,. .l-
-".;\y t_': ;,ia> on, l.-ir-r, Trof';'.. ,!'. ,,* <

***;r-v 'tr **** (-in~iv''r-(;i!;
-'i' l. ,'. *l T',,: '.-. t"a1' .; i } an ,'"' .-r-e
1, I.i (' :- ,. \ ", 1..- r Pt tt.t .b"'

2t ^ *- *it) H; t *lie 1,TVI1Z* .'ic ail h
T!.. l'aiul,1X T-i ,-> n say.- ,i\ \,,rii-
:' ** r,.i,,:r?- h :Ir' 7h <'ii rli.- f!'!");, \vi ;
;2:1' i ll'i .' '" O, i; ," 4 iliii! i~itl b{ x,- ;"t:" "
Si .f; i i \ s ; ;i r fl' t l ') r h 1 [ l l 'ini !' +o s o f( 1 'i l -
"a "v -" ,-X

{;1 2 ,*u-:l 11t v [\^ ;:\i tii lri, an.! 'hi t .,
h.-se figurre e tre v1.\"\- I '.,, ,", b,)xes
i ,oo great
Most of th,. fall arr,,xo int cro.,s in
1 I).'+r{ ti+ .i a 1,teen ltestrovet 1) ihe
i "'-cenit heavy rains. ,he rains have-,
n:.ot been bal for all. as they l;a;,.
i ,ro::uzh, on a good crpof tall jinies.
t.nul WI! ..hilp:inen>' ha\,, hl-en so.d at
: (( [ t i t ,i .'

|Tle nmnag-: of the Manate,, river'
Sro\m in ST.- P-Ters{)ur.r says that
|since, the rains have been so (o)piosj
funii have covered the leaves o;" tre
citrus' tries air, the elimination of the
Shii( fiv. i- i onlliplTO. This ,r funsu" isi
noei g intlro.-lh('C i i!- : mall. y rix .- .- i
Notw Yornk Pr-. ,lucr o Ne-w- i



M r. Coi.','! I. Peek. irs- h.." o'."
ItP S'ar. Ito irt' ot tra aiI na-
iY* ,of II the c'I '.! iP. tf r yt o .at \[!
ci' xx a- ir [ ( k-' nvilt y*ts i3ta
-nn.i ^. a p c;;ll'er on S-'ert-
a "ry Rx ichari- a t T' .ia ks'\ 0'I t
i toardrl of T-rai fie started a "*
in Flori'ia" eoxhiitir by p!ac in, o:' ,\
.li io i .. . T l. a rd o f t ai i, ,r-
Sim samIai,- of O.jis t'trned ou' t. i
the. St i:rk' canning factory.
SMr. Pteek sayss that .inc the .Jack-
Sson ille lIoar.1l o tr e sIatl'rite.I the
"Made in F Iloriia"' crlisa.le. ii l-Iis
helped hi- busint,-s ly. ,dO-
claring that to,la t 'he .lacksonx ilIe
wholesalrs -,uy his tools more tea,'-
i'v than liev x'i ;* o'fre t i is rnov- was
ill !' 1 .
Th,' S.:iri,.' e\xiiiit' consists of \xa-
,rio -s ,richle- Iurn''.,I OuT I y Tl il can


11 1 a!.'I 'n T Z
(' 'iH( A '.'.-i ;":.' l i,,ln,! en'irH.l t'imn

' h.. >;,iv^i.'.'.a. "''nih ,':"i sc 'o i n-] hO

n.... n .. ,, I l,- i p P'. . .. ...e
T'i fn I-'n a i' -'i.t !.* l id. l nh,:',fi-
('.;,, < o 1:1' 1 0 I\ t'. ril wi h fi tian i ver-nal :
S'it \ iIs'- ;, i ':.. Si lCr ; S at;'ion.-. Sin-
,p + fX:. ..... ,n ;t x *r i.,.. .. s llre,] to ,

tendlt. ~V. M Holloway has announc-
t.! that in 19119. applicants for
first. s-ecoid and third grade certifi-
rates will he required to pass an ex-
amination in azricultuire. The course
will aid teachers in fitting themselves
for giving ins-truction in agriculture
ain, in preparing for teachers "exam-
inations in agricultural subjects.
Teachers wishing to register for
the coir'-f should apply to
.J. .1. VERNON.
Professor of Agriculture.


To furl her Ihe !Idi atjoniia -ii. of
;1'h" fair th,,ro will ,-' a.hors-.q by
r!,'e lesi rmio r.."r' insTi U tre worker.- in
;i. s'a .andl inii a:l!i'ioni r,' t h 1) 1r.
.A\1 'hi; ';g, ,)f thit leimonnr:-;ri,) n -,iT' .iall
Ir-.!n i.e e aii!'. n tn a' \\"ashiiu l n.
will h "- h,'r,
T i, lit, i; r ,iI {;as nid, iotn 'o, ?
s-i'tiht ofl and aIrrin.,i,-n iTs h.S 'lv )}-n
ni.ade for tihe roPpro. hlcii.,is oft rh
spet( hs from bolh VBryan an.i Taft.
anil on Satur.lav the !ig fi,!,lors con-
Itst comes tff,. open to all thp world.
Ihlo only requisite being that ii is
genuine old-fashioned fiddlling, with
prizes of $15 and $10 for the first
and second best.
The railroads have made a special
low round trip rate for the occasion
and everyone who can ought to go.


(Written for the Ocala Banner.)

Mr. Ri ,:o :;-:flI is so well known DAN HAMILTON HUNNICI'TT.
a- a i,),- i.- ' hi.- work in th ,
Li.4,i of i.-.vt.,< ,-:y lh;it- been soni-NV':atU FOR CHAPPED HANDS
K, .. tr i 4.", i i r 0", ' ) i) 'r n rnn '.' :----
of ':- ( '..*- ; ,>-a:l:!i,' l, aivs ;' il- Chapped skin, whether on the hands
xIt :'.. . a ". "h or face, may be cured in one night by
S, *applying Chlamberlain's Salve. It is
* T t-" i: : -.: :.,: t'rs.. also unequalled for sore nippl, s. burns
'! .,, !,n), th. WIt ;he peT"ople, an.1 scalds. For sale by all drug-
n ,it ., : i .. ---- .,' il...i r. ; a l r o its. m
4;j ;;; U: *n -h;! '' l."'-n on i hIS|
!. .t'. ..,i, xi pIonal I.e FOR JUSTiCIE OF THE PEACE
- ;i,+-1 :'' i % i iav e p isrl y b---
rh)'iiL, I'. ,, -,--'i,;"- c,)n( liion I her by announce, myself a canli-
\li,-I -v. ,,owIX\ 'ryom ,i ,t 1;. i U do late for justice of the peace for dis-
<'oi ,i. i I ':ie ,ea-.iii,.s or" thet 1i t- t rict No. 1. and your support will be
,iIi-r,. o'i will fuin that they ).,iive |highly appreciated.
in this tht'vry of reincarnation. The L. M. LIVINGSTON.
E yprtiaans r .-,intained it for many _._.. .. ....___ _ _ _
y.-ars. anI i ti'ir very lives were, a
pracic: t l ,t,,,,onstra!ion of this the-
orV. * I amI convinced from
my owvn x, .riencs.. and from stud- '
is of .sy'l :ozieal matters, thar thbis,t l
life is r'.-al i,,III R-ost trivial Iortion
of o041r exist nce. I firmly believe l l
that, lwfore t :' en.1 of the next hun-! U R
dr,! y,'ar.-. Ii- shall have as definite mA
inforna'ion or" the life 'beyond' as we l ARE
havt- on thins.- connected with this I
sphere. I air born- out in this notj
only b;y min\ wn deductionss. but bvy 7-' 1 LLr'r, r- "
,' + "o , ." i$ ...-- LU LT. -. rI^ tA .-,L ..
the exlrorie'ic's. which cannot be I
queit'-io.e,!. s-me of tB:1 most prom-j F, -
...i / ,7 7 "r 2 r r + .* '- m .- ^ ~ -- ?
Il'nlr scienti'.1 min'ds of the day. It m',UZ.7 Z -- --3 ....
is h:,Ji tinle ::art people should cease
qt4l';-rioni n: ,. . 'hey c'ann-' positivexl- know. U is! m
-'\Si-io. i '- ;. -'. that iteop)le should i U
tv tor lok Io ihi'i. an ask themno-1 I L l U
seitl tr r1 .yn qu0-Tion vlrihen her
thei ;,ia c V-,11S Of ZIct V *Ty V -r .
be disappointed if you use

ici-n" o' thte Ti'ies-Ii-:ion bocauz-ro ob( L
its poiitical attitude. Since the nom-;
ination of Mrf Bryan no paper in thep
counlr-y has iziven that distinguishedit
canI'idla! ivore loyal or effective sup-:#
porT. I' has fouh t a strong hawtle '
for donocracy's leader anol ,tes-'rxes.
as ns rcciin;,., unnliniit- praise ".e
fro)n" thio-o xvilo for-110 lY found fallilrw^ ^'^
with its -pilicy.-M-iami News-R,-,re' *
Tht' same thin-t'.s mav lhe said o: l


n the Punta Gorda section
in excellent condition.
her at Inverness is doing
il of good to the orange

age crop around Palmetto
to be unusually large this

around Aurhandale rsti-
range, and gralpefruit crop
ion as only half a normal



The University of Florida offers a Preparations for the great Gulf
free correspondence course in agri- Coast Fair and Agricultural Exposi-
culture for teachers. The course will tion at DeFuniak Springs are being
begin November 1. 190S. and end June made with a view to making the
1. 19,9. fair of 1908 the biggest ever held. En-
Teachers r.nay work singly or in I tries in all departments indicate that
groups Every teacher taking the it is going to be a great show of the
course, however, must register. i products of West Florida.
Recognizing, the fact that teachers Lovers of poultry will find a Irip
are uiisy peIople the course will be:there to be an education in itself.
onduiicted so that each teacher or The very best in almost all of the
group) of teahors working together utility breeds from all over this sec-
will 1w at iiiperty to devote only as tion have beeon enlort.i for the pro-
much tinm, -o stniiy and experiment :miunis shown.
a- o.h..r ,,'is will pe-rmit. The in-! Lovers of horseflesh-an.i who ,Ios
stiru'i:on wi:'% tI in. lividlua1. No time not love a good horse--wili find! That
limit 'r th, ,*-.tion of any pcr-. department fuller han e(-or thi
'ii,l 01 h.- 1 ..'i's. will be enforce,, .1 ear. and the .isplav of catle, w il he
:ip, 'h.'r,'.):' ,' tfi-' al.ionnt of work ac- an eve-O lener

..*..... .... . .... . .



*e To the Public:-
: I take pleasure in announcing that I have con -
Smeneed business for myself in Ocala at the corner of
SMain street and Ocklawaha avenue. As our hu,;.;ne-
Stransactions during the last three ye .rs %,hil I ,;i.
Bookkeeper and later manager of the: lI,.u.- .
SWine Rooms have undoubtedly been of the ni4-t ctr .
::: dial, my motto having always been to de;il h4n-t.
:::i fairly and squarely with all, I can a.-ure \ K this will continue at all times in the fturur- Mv .,i
s:istants are all of the very best in th!ir line .i:.d .trt
: well known to you. They will treat vyu iat ;l' t,,<- .
i with the utmost cordiality and civility.
S I have the Anheuser-Basch Beer on draught. di0.,
: the Anheuser-Busch Blue Label. hlud-ei?r, P:t.i
SBrothers, Blue Ribbon and Schlitz Bottle Beer..
S Thanking you for your patronage in the paat a!
: well as a portion of same in the future, I am

|* Yours Very Truly.



.{{Sfffi:f:fffSSfff:iSSfSS^ pol. .



These predictions concern them- To the Editor Ocala Banner: -
it Little more than two weeks selves altogether with cold facts and I write to express my thanks for1 The following is a list of the rem- We are in receipt of a letter from
S remain before the close of the figures. There are many reasons, your timely article under the above I bers of Company B. Ninth Florida Mr. E. B. Killan, of South Lake Weir,
Sw more abstract in their nature, for who has been at Bethlehem. New
-m momentous campaign which hasteeling that th situation is more heading. Upon men of your stripe regiment, at the time of the surern- Hampshire is summer visiting Mr.
ben waged in this country in the hopeful than it has been for many we must depend for the supremacy of der at Appomattox, Virginia, April 9, and Mrs. L. T. Clawson with the
Vot twelve years. The campaign is years.-Atlanta Journal. "'-hteousness and justice, and their 1S5. This list was compiled by Mr. Hill Side Inn.
taportant because tae Issues involv-' .ithful discriminating of true and iR. D. Harrison of York, who was cap- Mr. Killam writes as follows:
6 are important, but the interest THE TRUE PHASE OF OPINION ise principles among the masses tain of the company, and Messrs. Rob- "Mr. Clawson and wife have had
tt has been aroused is largely due The ntiued hammering by tt !11 bring us peace, plenty andl i ert Frink and C. C. Stevens of Berlin a most prosperous season, Hillside
Sand Messrs. L. T. atchttan o.nn being far from large enough to
Sthe undisputed fact that the demo- Tribune upon the remarkable action 'prosperous government. and Messrs. L. T. MatcheSr and Ge Te ;ommodaTe th many awplican.
cratic party has a better chance of of Judge Gordon in the Otcro case, Mr. Care. ;ook the bold. manly W. Wells of Orange Spring. mem. ners T .; mmvr has :-o+-n a warm on
success this year than it has had antl the repeated assertion of that pa- sian. that the best and most reliable Belcwomp i full or this secT~on, which helped tbpa
~es~ s~n~l tht ~he est andmost rliable Below. is the list in full: )1ll
nce the country was sharply divid- per to the effect that the community andl God-fearing men of this country D. Harrison. comman~ling" F M. suflp,*r tourist ')inss:
.6 on the question of free silver. generally approves of that action. stand for. as evilenced by the vot, s I+ki lie mnanr (,1- a. Ii;re ,x n.-vi chan ',, in !1.
The merits of the two platform needs some a;ention. which the on a square issue-wet or lrv: and )aith lietenant" f. E. Martin. ), s .rn n :a r main
The merits of the two platforman Times reluctantly gives. To Le,'i I wil be, my horse, "Jim." ::,'in.t s'ant I. I. H' Ii r ,I -, ,a Llltn
nbahre been discussed in an able man-wi'h. thl public generally does no oa Thank.g-iving irk,.v thai Mr. Cam i. is Hold:irk. cr,,, ral \V. ti:-L on. :l. i'> r h CI.I '
mr, and it seems to be the candid a rove action of the judy. nrr v, ill nev-r go hack on his lrot-ir:-., Clf)T)'ral ,an M.arin \' T)mp '(n Th,, 'a,;t r s t.iihi, n,*v
opinion of those who are best quali-; ( even a small majority ar-!aim Now. Mr. Li ht took The sa e l'osi-R.. n n C. (. ,I v i ... iv
fled to judge tMai *he democratic end i'n l the moral he-ro that the Tribun i toui lon li.s q .(st ion. Will Mri \Irit ,i R. t ,,n.ri.- n '!:^ :i, ::i:hT .. T;- "p1,..,l. :
of the controversy has been uph-l'l I(1s him to be. As a iatrer of c lM ; "stanil p l *' I bei.-ve he will, ne 1i- -Wr ,, i... : .t. .,.,q ,v, '.I 'w rh r n, ca
to better advantage than that of our; fa" the public disappqrove- of .:i ,| w hhstan'Uln- the vtrV y di.crelitable :; F.S 11,0 -.. i. -. Roher ',-" Lr,, ,,,1 ;." ;r h bi': h ",
lo,(iordcons n ,d1 >ss and 'inrall(-,I 1(r ap.lo hTNelly ~funil
opponents. W whatever may e c n ,,less an rall, lr of that wealthy. in_ ue:tial F| k C.( S eph, s, S S,- .n.- -ifn ,n rh,. h ,h m bn('h :,
tU ught of the charges brought dairamaMics r. inaplFirol)riate on thr i 'l"man, Mr. R. F. Rog rs, wh an bf~nch anti as unfound,d upIon a y Zi -T,.,( ., I .< n ".~a,..: ;.' , ,, < ),+ ,,, s i... {i-
aainst Governor Haskell. there can th an as nfounle .: .!- .- ,s-:.. as -1... \V. Kev. Mack Lowman t .. i" n'e "r i
th c,,,. ....... -, the .i W1 ,ins.. m m c ., o .d a l c l .. la es E n i. W na. tf,,h ren. "J....
be no doubt that the net result of the the circumstanfelr a-,"E.n-, the ---' ".. I n l ^ i V (thn : ,!. or '," \V. ,xt t,
Hearst exposure has been in favor of anl developed by the evidence, his position in this matter, as he j p. Bullock. A. Perry. George Rials. I. i f .)s I, Hii"l In an .tar
the democrats, whose history and tra- There is no disposition on the part was of that class who so strenuously Whitten. r h ln, r Fows. 1 iv
dittons are opposed to such special in- of the Times to do anything further contended for a square leal when |,,:., rhe Lannn'r this uier "' rv
terests as those which corrupted men than to denv that the sober sense of the fight was at its hottest. "I can A BIAR STORY t i" ..i
tmv a tos wichcorutcamn A BEAR STORY
high in the councils of the republi- this community approves this display only hope," he says, "that Mr. Light DWARI) B. KIA
can party, with its ingrained tendon- of lawlessness on the bench, but it has changed his mind on this oues- S blong to T B Solana
em prty wih it inraied tnde- nSix hogs be-longing to T. B. Solana
So special privilege, does emphatically state that the peo- tion." were caught and killed last wek by The reblican party is torn into
cy to special privilege. we ,, 're caught and killed last we#-,k by -
Questions of this kind may there- pie of Tampa do not endorse, but on Since a majority of the voters in a bear about four miles from San Ma- :a(tions in illinois which makes the
fore be eliminated for the time being, the contrary, almost unanimously con- the democratic primary of last june too. Hunters got after the bear, f'mnd otlcok eOOed for the ,oocratic tick-
ad we can review the predictions of demn the proceedings referred to. so emphatically expressed themselves his roosting place anti the remains of t It is an iii winl that lows no
CTeSe which have been made in va- The bench must preserve its dignity by voting for "Local Option" Gil- the hogs where he carried them to rool It will )e a good (lay for he
rdous quarters. It is not easy to and its devotion to duty; it must act christ. what confidence can those who his lair in the swamp. They manag- cotnry whin patinaons divide th
fresee any great upheaval within according to law and not according to voted dry have in the sincerity of e to get five shots at Mr. Bear butrplic.n party in all the states. It
the next two weeks which may the personal and private prejudices those "square deal" howlers when apparently with no serionns results to has on unintl o r o
change the present complexion of of the man who happens to be filling one of his high standard, Godly varie- the animal ion. anl has grown arrogant if not
things, and we may rely with great it for the moment. It might be going ty, will endeavor to persuade his fel- The boys have quite a laugh on corrupt.
flodence upon the estimates which too far to say that Judge Gordon les- low man to "go back" on his word of Doty Cothron. The dogs were trail-
have been made by those who have sened popular esteem for and confi- honor. ngthe bear at one tim, but left the rs Ac Dam of D mark wth
lad much experience in determining dence in the bench, and that what he This wide-awake "wet" brother, r a g her two dozen children, has come to
experienceithth mantrail andI tooktnd arpoes o ihogmritrailr te and Dapinn
the drift of political opinions in pres- did was done with the manner of a who, I understand, proposes to dis- thick clump of bushes caught up with
Meutial yers. play to the galleries, without any pur- pense the "bread of life" to our nd were ain t hog which Coth- il wl r It wil b ftil rom
ofta yas and were baying thoe hog which Coth-
The vice chairman of the democrat- pose to further the ends of justice neighborhood church folks, anl who ron saw through the bushes and mis- hi time orwarl o convince Prsi
il national committee has given out or promote any object which it is the occupied the pulpit last Lord's d(lay, it took for the bear. He let both bar- (thnt Roime fat trn is ancerin-!
me figures which indicate that Bry- duty of the bench to conserve-lbut would appear, has commenced to shell d killed the h o Rb- lt'o or even tha1thrae i DnIn-
am will be nominated with nineteen the incident comes dangerously near the woods as a preliminary to the lrts. ,Jufgo Cone and J.hhn Co, hron mrk--Colrier-Journal.
votes to spare in the electoral col- ia "w+T ard ,lry scrap.. now in anticipa- are not giving Doly an: p-te,, abour t
hwe. In this estimate he figur.-s on As reproduced in the Tribune, tion. as promised by the -icrap)p)ers at it.-San M1a,-o Item. Or ,o,), frionlt. R. F. .McCor-
carrying the solid south and the oth-'1without contradiction, the ouzsit, ev- the close of the last performance. *t .k. took (harge of the Lire Oak

er states of New York. Ohio. Indiana. :i ience sought Iby the court in a per-~ Truly, our little congregation in this : Di,:cr:;r Monday las. an~l will bring
I The 1110way'tW4)'Iranotr.justify theiIN-rit-1
Nevada, Nebraska and WVest Virin- sonai l way 'loes not justify the vira- n ck of the woods is very muchll r it ITh< ST I'lCn('Trap. E Traw ,i i o,!-ii sanar. H
Ib 'I judiciall action and speech of Ihe asunler by the past strenuous aita- tg wlIt whevi r l wind 'n: ko w ,d it.-_Lake ('try In-
In making his estimates he has court. The whole affair is one rht I ticn of this undesirablee" subj-ct; y.t politically il rh n y's country ,
been exceedingly conservative and is ,lisTasteful to the whole ()peon)ie of iti won't be still, an., what are you tllat we hay,' s,.n js t ),,lnl ,'f -- '
It is believed that his predictions will Tampa in all of its sober and lw.rmna- oilng to 1lo about: it'? NOw York I-br;.l-l ooffi. ':;r I W'-v-'or Ho, -n.i' h ws h o
be easily verified. nent aspects, an occurrence that 1ave we nor a i rect-,l- in th Bi-; r'en)v lia(ie : Pol lf "' S oWfl A;1U- '()llt'iht to h' nanorai ('am. t ;n
The pivotal state of New York. should b,' r eleat to oblivion a:- lI. that we co-ld a, oll in th' ploy's and it saay. that f'u;'" ot of tivpe f' :n^ t'i tiet Urar, of Geora. His
Which is an empire within itself. is. sp|,dlily as poS.-i le and never ow- il',e unpfleasatnoess e,'twen 'oit *u- voting or B:'yan. o:ur v'ars ,io coirriburion 'is rwo hun.lhredl ani
w i en c l TO e ' I I I four ot of wr- vo tiii for fi i rs. \\'he!e was Gov-r
of course, a storm center, and irter-, 1 to happen ag*,n. Fi, Tims treats and (Ifoiah. for instance. troet s rn ?
eat in the outcome of the election the subject very mii!Iy. with the hope \Vhy not leave results.-; to on,, of Rosv h M. Brown
there is keen in proportion to the bnt its disclain'-er on behalf of thie eoach c(-ntfntiini- faction. say Blrilher --
bearing it will have on the general i law-abiding an.l law-honoring )eotle C. C. Carroll and Dr. Rogers. who _______ -X J ~ S2
ofUlt. 01 Tamnpa may be accepiedt as dispos-a or rfthe same "faith anl ord(er"-
The Journal has already reproduc-ing of :he sulbj-ct. It m.-rely remarks "sky i)ilors on board the same ship." will back canton
ed from the New York World the cal-that s ch should emphatically b,-e the Of course there won't be the same Flannel. vard L t w hat
relations of experts, based on an ex-lcase. The moral sense of the lpeoplle difference in the bigness of the two,
nsive straw ballot, which indical? Iof Tampia should not bte need(lesly as in the case cited. Goliah Rogers, S. of o
tht a change of seventy-six hfindired!an'l wantonly stained.-Tampa Ti-mes. proboerbially. has the advantage.--heonte b c ok
and forty-eight votes out of the total being the butt-cut-but Brotbhr "Da- inch OUti
votes out 2S inch outing{ti k tsr
of seven hundred thousand wh-ich' AN EDITORIAL APPRECIATED vid'" Carroll carries lots of meat (,n a
will be cast will place New York n frame; and you !-:now what that Flannel ard m ean
te democratic column. L .t, Etilor Ocala Banner: mItans. Then those Texas fellows. S
The method by which the estimate r-a,! with inuc, p:is *,>re :.our ,th,.y say. are never whipped. If they .C 0 10
was arrived at was absolutely s,- n-' splil!,! dioril it Mr. T-ift's s.:- ion't ,t ot on a square deal tihy go 00
tinc and not problematical. Thirtry- l *' *,r vu i- %sue n ;h 2h. O-r o hiIir I- guns. so the irvs would have Yard-wi(le brown
flive thousand postal cards were t two chances. ve if the Lord is left ----- ----
ot. asking the voTers how he*-,y ni' i, :, sur,. Ii th .h t,. ',.:'--x, ilh is not likely to be ihe Sheeting, yard
,,. .(I ll |)31,,, for ,x h it ('ill \,, \ b f.' ,-z
would vote in the present el .ci '.-aic pay r '. h. t. M. c f
aad h they voted in The l .s. ee.-" so,1i h e\;' .. 1m : r-:li.a P. S.--- D ioct or R e-s, in ref,,rrin-
t0o0n. t--:-o:i.':,.'.T ..t',.,- ", ,L,,!-, It, IaNt( -iinseiYuoioun, takes credit WithMo n ni 0
R ilet's w.'re received from i -. .." N i,.e s o .r'-'' r'ee in passing -at -N ice s)lid dtri IIOU QtoI
oi t n'h ,i.,-,~ on. w\i ::. i'D ( '"'n1. ., ;,,i o, s ,r i ,, ', ,,,' ,t n ta sil ,v '. t .| -
thou.and. nine hu.'.red un1. th1.1 he cllainfs h.- !)been a blessing to th,', ,I a bra-. var `
t h , o f : , r 0 1 ' ., s o r i a t -I-- , l t n i b r a v v a r . . a t. . .
voit r- 1, was asc''rtinel lovow i..u.K: "' 're !, in tlhat i!e original consiii:ii-| -
strength each par' had ir:': -, p:o:,'P- -. ti I tno provil-ed tIfr "holie rulee, local 3 Good ReOsons Why You Should Cor
th-trh'-. as;red v,'( : 111 four .1r1 hcr'Tl.'r o you. Mr. K l9V em. Yil:'j ''e'e., in Art WI XIX. for I lh'B
year- aco. an d T, ., ,-- 'r o *- n -, 'i, .'9 ,r. ,* d ch ,'!,, ,o al l" .'" S "i iGo;s, litpors. inss ifh u D ln s l S.
ent.: 'o l :" li .i- l to tle ,ot.; "a ,i- t, O 1 ,', :" ,, ,r '.|
al., u.p in ,he state. Accor''i-:. ,. dt-'lar's tis 'h.s i)'4U "a ,'hss- Ttu, i. l becausee we sell for cash only aT
catt*I x et ill the stato. Aeco~'ll- 4 t1e I20(1le of Fioriu~i a fer 9ui

to ihV. i. s .the poll inllicai-s i
plurality for Taft of one hi-''.1 ,m I
tort', seevn tb,-isand. oni'hutroi
atx #TheBrw .an-la Brya-.t !ir
ity. 1,'.'oA *fe Bronx. ici- to s.!y,
to G r. 'al-*r N. 'w York. of Vile1:vi.A.-
an~t hu'-T-%ue thousand. ''zh 1''ui-
drud Ianud x vte-%leav'in1t a 21:I

aZ1 -one 0 '0acW--e vo '-: s, -ionlllti- ia- I I, I' lt'.
t-r,, or nIo',-In-k-ndA'lilts-. .\} 1 you:-' "l o,. (,r. ainly is.; welcome ,ew-., if
II,'1ut5 kInow \%tI:' .area'. I've i 21 ,-.-ar' -. io;.' "" ,.vated,. iy we are nt? in-
an. broad i.v-; l <,'nc)Iev 'v'. '.i,,'r', l, ats 'o l:ow his s 'blessin is

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of .s x 'y x-ork-r in 1It, V i ttjttl
~'t~~j co (I 1 -0 11T tt I h 't x..Id i

li;)is !1,,'' lav ihe'l a.-less

i l T it. 0 use o ,is- use. if in its use.
io< u1 o(i ion has bless,', the locality
'il!!orc(ill- i. Pray tell us why it

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no high priced bookkeepers or dead accoL:nts
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Burl'- J S
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('applemnat. .1 B
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kcaror S E
Connor. R 0. Sr
Camp. XVnm N
Davi,. I) \V
Duivis,. E WV
Dan.- ( C i
II"loliI'-St. A FE
DoLi.r. .In<
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r'mu,'i T \V
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Durani. P A
l.-kv. A M
Edwards. Jno
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Ediwards. E E
Fkh.laNi81. Mait.! C
FrTl;:. t. ,11n< G
Fish.'!. M
Firt,. Josiah. \\
Fraz,'r. (' Chas C.
French Chas IE
Fran 1. Marcis
Fishel. Leon
Ford. 1) I)
Fort A B
Fori. II A
Finh\. S J
Frooeman. Geo
Fort. RobT E
Fort. Pro's1on! A
Fort. XW D
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'r. J W Anderson. %Wm
m R I, Anderson. H L
Hom-*r Aldrich, Jas C
:. Tb',. Agent Butler
Hentr% Austin. Andr.w
i C 1. Akin. J W
R T Armstrong. Wm
I .R Aikins. L I.
H F Adams. GC (
fr-, Agn*w. E WV
\ \ Bail-y. Jno E
I. F Bozilla. Toffaletti
I, J HBeck. 1. S
4' Hitting. S I.
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\ M Blu!leck. \V S
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Lutff4aii'l. J F
Los-loer. Fr-,S A.
Lucius, .1 0
Il'fmnan. J M

Blackman. WilsonI, ffliln J A Lal)rh. Anii'rw
Brown F M !l,ai), rh. Aiio.):- J Lang. Louis E
nBoon. L B Laherth. Th. s Lopez. N
Bitting. Percy L,.w,-y. Lindsey Leitnmr. Chas J
Blanchard, W C I t--e Joit1)h H Lovell. F J
BWtch. H I .anier. J C Luffman. Lum
Baxter. D M iLuffmnian. Char
Bell. R B Mlarnin. E H Mann. F .J
Buttress. G W MAl.rshall. J E Marsh. Rob'
Booher. Harry L M. ffert. Robt B Morgan. S E
Blitch. B R. Jr Mar.:hall. J C Mills. T ti
Bragaw. W E .\Adrsh, \W H May. \" 1
Barn,T,. R H Murrtil. \Varren Murphy. B C
Carlisle. .1 B s,,i Frel .Mar-hall. Rohl
( irroll. Robt R .'.lari iI. Robt Martin. ( yr,.s
( ,nnor. Robi (I Martin. .1 M. Sr Martin. J R
(omnlmodlore. Eiijah .1--,`'0%y. "V 0 Mal,1is. G T

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<'<' I. I'v>' E W G :,il. W ( \lj!.'il* l S
Carroll. C C IMI., .t A M .1 A:', ri. \V
clark. W H. Sr :. ;iC. T .1 \ .t! ,v'.' F i:
Cf',,'.+rt,; ',V I. i .xVweIl. NL!al ,itl,'r. N ,-A
t 1:-istian. S H Mitc'hell. Wi1I Murr-. H'nry
Coleman. Jas Mordis. Ollie Mills. H C
('a-.minski. Lewis Mayo. D B Maitb 'r. J
toff". IA- e Mar'owe., W F Marlow,, A D
(',:;rrv. (Geo P Moffiat". C V Mc.\teir. W, D
Culbreath. C E McAteer. J S Mc('ants. Geo
Camp, Clarence McCants. Munroe lMct'ants. Milton
('ok. R M McCants. Thos McClmonits. .1 H
('Cart,r. .las 'McConathy. Rich'dMcCanits. Ernest B
Clv.-ll. R A McCants. Foster McDaviI. H G
Counts. Wilber -.icD-t:ffv. Jno D McIver. D E
I):; vis. CGeo WV MacKay. Geo M('.+tit.. Bpl 4or-t
Divi.. Alien !eA er, W McK'an. (Geo R
D Jan..T H i McConnt. XV II McDonald. 0 W
liekersom. .a- i McA,,-er. H S McDavid. M 1V
Dozior. 1. MvlACin. WV L Mcl', ITy. isra.'l
Dul,-s. W Mcln~osh. A MK-nzie. 1. 1U
Duffy. Jas M(L;:i. E E Ml1.air.'iin. %V S
pi,' 1 wis i McLaughlin. Geo Mc;.ain. Thonia,
I) ,!tl. VW H McDuffy..Jss., Mc'o'irick. W I.
!).6,f(n. W H E WcDGVnaIA. E W M)Cq ;:i:n. ()
VV,-- W SA McDonald, A J
Duncan. E B N*s!'. Gt, A N. i-.)I..',
I)a.w ins. nanl i Nelson. 'nIII N 'w:-om. \V V. .T
Iea .lJ'. i N ,tt.hani. Th N,' .. T' Dean .1 W i N.en. P H N I .-. L.
Dlel-I.' T 1, Nolan. Morris N' 1 I1
Bosh. N i NR J N.,l-,1. '" 1
Dickson. .1 K Nelson. T
Durand. Frank L I 0'N.aI. B .
E.dwards. WV J O. i..,q. lTvi,; H Owon. .uIo
Ewiar.ds. Wnim P : Parr. i" Passt e. I)oninica
l'\au <. Olivk&r '1 Il'- r. .A tr#a T .,.-,.1.j (,+( (
l-"i',r ,s r. .t i.:-*, :, '. iH ar,!., Pai'r sli. R :>)t
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Finlev. N(o(ix ;:i P \\, s. Frei, Pnu.,:'1I('.n P-:.' '-.l
Foglesiromni. Ch. E lhiilip-. Adamin Philiip'-. Ctha- J
Fuller. R D .- .1 F I..rk. r. .1 .
Faitse!. H A 'l+r,'ir. C C Parker. Willie
SFreeruth. E I 'arker. Sanil B Ponder. Vni M
Flirun R \V i put.s. AlrJani I. Peoples. Sire
Ford. Geo H I1 hilhips. Shed PorT..r. F T
Frato. Thos li Parker. A M Potuter .1 M
Fox. C O) Pelot. W A lPote". Y .1
Fort. 1 Pasueur. T E Powers. XV H
Fort. C A P'hPIilils. J P Pevser. N
Frank. A Proc!or. Thos Pet "rson. M
Fort. Paul E Prcht. H Payton. N
Fore. Joe Packham. Ha-ry CP-nler. (,-o
Fogir. H I. i ai-ueur. Israel Presthlr. WV P
Faucett. A D ,,.l',rib.k. Walter Pyle<. S I.'sse
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Gioodwinl. Cha-.
9Hicks. Flber;

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Denham. G W' L
Davis. Thos W'

Fr,,iy. S L

General. Jno NV

Heath. Ralph
Hamilton. D H
Harris. C NV

Ivey, C R
.TJohn'-on,. \Wadl
Jolio- ci. Jares
,lohnosn. G M
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ljinshinvTon. Fran'k
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Park. F T Pct .1 B
IPardl '. .1 I.
R(ou. G D Ro':. FI D
,,'. S F Ross. .JaS
Riloy. Thos Rutland, Frinnis
lRo..;nsoln.. .1 M Rutleze. A R
lil.'y Ja(cob Rutland. Green
Roblin(son. J D
SShzelion. Ge)o Siltucker. XVWm
SShannon. Hiram Sherouse. 1L M
Stewnian, WV L Small. Peter
SSmall. J Small. Sam
I Spain. Joe Spain. Owen
SSpain. Albert Sherouse. J M
Strickland. 'M J Smith .J N
Str-ickiand. J A Strickland. J MN
* Shr i'ie. H MI Scruggs. B 'M
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Miller, Robt
Mickens, Willis
Moses, Gardrey
Mickens, Grant S
Mathews. C H
Mickens. Thos
Mixson. D R
Mickens Jesse
Mixson, C B
Mixson. M B
Mixson. J G
McDonald. E A
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Harris, C 0 Head, D C
Hunter, G A Hinton, H T
Haley, A L Hunter, C W
Harrison, G H Hane, W L
Home. Lewis Hollingshead, Jno
Hogan, J H Hutchings, E R
Izlar. A L Ingram. Jasper
Izlar. L T Ingram. Peter
Jackson, Lewis C James. A M
James, \Vm Jeffords, Wm C
Jewett, W L Jefferson, Frank
Jewell, Chas J Johnson, C J
Johnson. Sam'l Johnson. Isaac G
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O00EVELT AS TAFT'SMANAGERI~ff~f99Yfyy9f~llllfylyttt~~t~~tYYYttt
Haskell tries to be as good as hitsTil
wol--to give Roosevelt a good
pech every day until the thing is -
iettled.-Augusta Herald.
With Roosevelt bossing the cam- m-
paign for Taft. and Hearst playing ^
tusoe for Hisgen, the two "big S
maet should be able to swap points. ^..
-Brunswick Journal. d
A Texas paper says the president
wasn'tt enough ginger left in him."
Perhaps that is why he is trying to l-
blind the issue by pelting red pep- _SO
per.-Atlanta Constitution. d
Perhaps if Mr. Longworth express-
ed an) other sot of political views he k
would be among the large number o
afraid to go home in the dark. Or. -
the light. either-Philadelphia In-AO
Roosevelt s Prairie Oil Company -
charge against Haskell proved 0o be. "
a queer sort of boomerang. Ever
since springing it the president has 'o-
been fretting and fuming in tho ef- W
fort to dodge the recoil.-Macon Tel- ____
Governor Haskell continues to give P
President Roosevelt a few things to m
dgest thoroughly. The Oklahoma
governor is just beginning to fight. -
efore he is through with the presi- d 'A 1
ent that doughty individual will
have plenty on hand to interest him m- b
for several months. He may have to p
give up his African trip in order to m
Sad time to answer all the charges d..
that are being brought against him. mm
-Albany Herald.
Roosevelt granted a franchise, Has- 7T
keUll thought It was probably good. 4- W ND
Therefore Haskell had to go. That b"
I the story in a nutshell. It might .
have been better to make a fight be-
fore a public that loves fair play.- *
runinswick News. G do-R
Storm-battered but magnificent the
American battleship fleet now li-s in
the harbor of Yokohama, the entire
asemblage making a display unpre- REN
eedented in the history of Yokohama. '
Shortly after the ships came 1o an-
chor. the mist, which had shut out ^
their coming cleared, and a light ^
the saluting guns. revealing from th,
shore front the lines of white Ant,- f
lean ships of war, backed by h, grey___
of the Japanese. Scores of small
craft. chartered by individuals and
mociations, darted in and out among
the battlesh~pts" th Anmerican A~iativ -=
Associlation being among those to
give the heartiest welcome. Ywo -
tlhousand school ehihldren .saniz the " mrcnntoa nhm h on

American national anthem, the sound -

The trial of Lieut. Frank T. Evans 4m-
is being watched with interest in ^*b
Washington. whb-re his father. ke;ir 1
Admiral D. Evans. resides. The c. uri _
martial board assembled on Ociohe: lI o-
, with Rear Admiral Seton Schroeder PROMPT SHIPMENTS QUICK DE
actti g as president. When lieui. E- "
WhnLiu. E-jp.
=as was brought before the board t10, -
iMswer the charges of absontinc hi- 4- __ _____
self from his post while officer of tle t "
d ek, disrespect to his superior offi-
eer and intoxication, the acrue.,.il ofl-. -
Cer denied the latter charges. lI. ad-' 0-
witted leaving his pos on deck. say-' AGENTS FOR
tg that he went below to quell di- -N FOR
trbance. According to the las! is,.i -
of the Naval Register lieut. E'an-,'
beld ?he rank .-of 11:' in ih', of fell-

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