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 30, 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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,A ,_ P Peso'nal Mrs. Chas. E. Ball went up to Jack-
mid sonville Tuesday night for the pur-

r 5 A Haul- (of l<.nc&toille was pose of finding a suitable location, as
I NaA she and her children expect shortly
Sto move to that city to reside.
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fori t.t T it. lAThn-. lWk Rev. B. A. Thrasher, the Baptist
S.6a%%i Min Thminister at Micanopy, was in Ocala
Tuslay en route to Oklawaha to
U, i l>l l,, ;li.T aI <.i and .-i attend a meeting of the Baptist asso-
to n 110i-h' '- ,,'k. %a anionp ciation.
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c(' illipan y w i,,It AiM!. aii;,d M r-:. T T '! ; t ...i !I l':
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.i t-it..' Q' I..- .' i. '- an,' li, hi'll fall visit in l v:1rious Nt-w v ,rk i FOR MISS MMAi Ti WILLIAMS Miss si o ntre the
Mt wIt 1tot -s. i \ rt The1 Womn's Christian Tm'rper Oc)ala tiigh Snhool at rhe age of thir- c
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go of %uodmi'to : 'rhan T ]arrigatheing i look
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S ,' *'i .... I, rtii an Ms. own one of tilhe l, ost lii 1) .x b prtv to Dixielandl The- i for on that occasion. hel.and. Si neo it time sli has1
I -. -- _____ atitractiv-e places on the lake, and at'r hursdav nt, to -ee Miss Ma- Mrs.- Mary Harris Armour is to b heen aching in th lic schools of I
* m '-(niak,- their permanent home there. .il Paji-. in l.ce of her cleverest the chief attraction of the convention. Volusia county.
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,ti r, .A _union a;it Tampa returned home Fri- ani host,,ss, ndl ent,.'taine, their hose square, anil at night of the that section and stands high in his
, ay-- and all report having had an e!- guests at a :.,rrv little supper at same tlay she will deliver a lecture in church and state. lie will enter busi- r
v' -'- ,: \< uI1 egant time. Tampa gave them a gen- homl after lithe tll(heater. the court house. Everybody is cor- ness in Birmingham after a visit to I
H ,,,'. t,'. ,l : lines orous reception and the hospitality of Th. i .r ,. ,were nolokI *liallv invited to attend both these his mother in Nashville and to the (





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S ntif ei'le co ltlv : ii' 'ill I .
Ind s> I!t to j ,il ,t j t;, ;, .l 1. 1 ,
lavin.g Oli' i, r *. t!,' ctii I I
)nmd no trilo iIW I },.', fm nilnt . ;
lni he vwas lil,.;',ra,r.| T ,, i# v .
t! was re#portdi to ) h;a'.' l ,.-ria .' I..
von, in the soih,rn portlin .)i ihi,-
?ounty, a racing maniac. Si,-riff i,1
oway was notified to hat%, -ilhii *.ik.-n
nto cuistoldy. In response hi.
nlessage, i a ,I iv d puty w; itiiti'iei;i',-lv
;ent to Levon, lutii ati last a( iilin' lir
Hand had not eb'ni apprehedlleIl .ini
;o far as we could ac.-'rtain hi-. lr,*,
'nt whereabouts ar' iinkinown

J. K. Christian. a promnen ilin
less man of Mclntosh. was in the, city
thursday. The Elddins .Mniiiifactrinlc
Pompanv of this ci'v hiae, r,-.' titly

I1?1&.' is' a*.- C4"'1(vit1 ~Lonz on

%JOL4846f. tioo('aonftI.ratt. Veterans.

~l .: S ~min-r.* w~ho has been
twoopt Iuv .41' ti- e'rujl. is fnow
n&& L I lot h.'ml. t-h Mrt'. N\alker
Itipt4'I \% i 1911 *S! .*.-

M 'A f fIW; iri.hi. tra'elinp
: 'a -4 1 1 !,-- \ t`,ania Syrup

m''.14.v--ft (ii-"and iher siste-r.
' p~ tota'.Ii M iamui. tformer-
44 4f 'i. 'a,'. hert- tina %'i;-it to

the city was unbounded.

Messrs. James .V. Dunnenl-
lon; T. H. Harris, C. H. Lloyd, N.
Peyser. H. A. Waterman, Stephen
Jewett and T. M. Tomlinson of Ocala
were well known Floridians at the
Everett Monday.-Times-l'nion.

Mr. H I). Bassett. who has been
spenuling sontie months at Brevard. N.
C.. as returned to Florida. His many
friends hope that he has entirely re-

The streets Saturd lay prtsntedl a
very busy and animated appearance.
and trade conditions were excellent.
Ocala is rapidly coming into her own

on the chafing dish by the accom-
llish-e(l members of the party, and
everything was thoroughly enjoyed.
The young people present included
Misses Mattie Williams of Ocala.
Nellie Fletcher. May Coachman. Lou-
ise Fletcher, Lula Jordan, Kate Walk-
er, andt Messrs. C. E. Pelot, J. W. Pc-
lot, Alex. Stephens, Shep Shine. Long
and WV. R. McQuaig.-Times-Union.


Notwithstanding the fact thlt the
air was crisp Friday night, quite a
number were out to enjoy the band
concert, and the public square pre-
sented a most pleasing and animated

lectures, and it is hoped that a large
crowd will be present from the coun-
try as well as from town.
Mrs. Armour is said to be a veri-
table cyclone orator and a very mag-
netic and logical speaker. Those
who .ear her will indeed be awarded
a treat.
She has spoken to immense audi-
ences all over the country, and she is,
the only lecturer that has ever be'-i
able to fill the big anditorium that,
w-as built in Nashville for Rev. Sam
.lcnes, except .Mr. .one" himself.
The sessions of the W. C. T. U. will
no doubt be very splendlid ones.


Mary Young, the colored shoplifter.

bride's l)rother. J. Stanley Moffatt,
who is taking a law course at the
university y of Chicago.
Mr. Moffatt, the fathr of the bride,
resi(les in this city.


Don't Let the Child Choke to Death
While Waiting for the Doctor
Hyomei, the miraculous, antiseptic
diry air treatment, will cure croup in
either the first or second stages. Eas-
ily inhaled, even when the breathing
is irregular, it reaches more promptly
than any other remedy the terribly
inflamed membrane of the windpipe.
Its soothing balsams act immediately,

conmpletet1i an e'l,,itn' lioni for %Mr
Christiauni at McInt,,sh. i upon tt hi ch
was exp'ended ,ti bloou' $.,. iti, f It i
sail to )e onI' t, of th-' haind .ti i' t
homes in this so''tion of tiiht -.!'.a .
Gainesville Sun.

Messrs. A. M. (4 is.- l Ir ,-n.I
Charles J. ('appllTnan of llHrt)4oAt ill,,
have organized a print ing an-I jiti
listing conpai.a;in and h.a& pIirht i-'.-I
the Palnmetito Nw, at it PIalnli?.i 1 lhey
i are both tent'rge't ic' and, huit -1lii
young men, anti the' .lat. pri i-h
es t'.em abundant' st<-'e.'s in rhe-Ir
new venture.

Mr. andti Mrs. A. C' Fanch.r wr'
lln t'fr m r n wllv riH l i 'rdtl v ),.twi o

the inflam m ation is allayed, and the "- .. . ,- -.. ..... ... .. .
f-ninr n nnin %I r*~f. r w Lhe% n -r

We enjoyed a very pleasant visit For some time past, indee,. ,ver
Friday afternoon from Mr. B. E. Mc- in'e their connection with the Corn-
Lin. secretary of agriculture, and who mercial Bank, Dr. S. H. Blitch and Some customers by our good location, some by our aidvertis-
is aT ihe hea-i of the pri!5on system of Dr. J. C. Boozer. realizing that agri- -, a.few byt acci-entb t th bukotem yun .ii.
FljriiI l. ie sa ;hat hiring th culture is the basis of a country's y unremitting
ei:ht v-ars- that he has been in office wealth have been active in stimulat- attention to the bank's business.
it has ieefn his constant endeavor to ing int-rest in agriculture in !his
improV, he prison system of this county by displaying sample produce. s S
stat-. ;iid he congratulates himself or the farm at their bank,"whicl. have T MIID i I UDI D
that his efforts have been largely slic- created, and continue to create, con- THE MUNROEi L AND CL llAMBLISS BANK
cesl. Tha; Those who are able to i.leraule interest.A.E. GERIG, Csh
recall t(he condition of the prison Thnese gentlemen exhibited a fine T T MUNROE Presdent A. E. GERI.. ChI
(c;.l1,'s *1 v';gt' ,-ight years ago. .:1),i specimen of lint cotton of a superior M
th. ,' 'c. bltio (. th.m now can rea lily long staple product, which led to sev- --
see the differ-*nel. ;'hat now no oral farmers obtaining the seed from BUCKNER-MOFFATT THE CASE AGAINST THE COUNTY
prisoners are s.-kt.-' That ut- these enterprising bankers, and un- -
most care is giv.-n to the ;anitaryIi til he general depression of every- One of the p)rettest marriages ever As is well known to our readler
condition of the canlis and to the fod thing the planting of this staple bid witnessed in DeLand took place last this city paved with vitrified brick
given the prisoners. That the food is tair to be revived in this county. Tuesday night at the First Baptist certain streets, and under the orIl-
wholesome and wo-21 cooked. Th. Dr. Blitch and Dr. Boozer also pro- church, when Miss Augusta Frances nance property owners along each
prison camps r 'io.;d wi,, a cured a splendid article of seed corn, Moffatt and Mr. John Marshall Buck- side of said streets were to pay on#,-
ing pools and th- r'*uuuiemert.,( cu1- and their exhibiting the same at their ner were united in holy wedlock. The third andti the city one-third of thta
pel the '-ssees 'o rie vile good .d bank led to its being planted in this pastor, Rev. J. E. Oates, performed cost of the same.
cleanly I eds, etc, for the pnrson,,r-, county, and the crop yield was most the ceremony with the impressive Along said streets the county own-
and as s,on as i prison"." is sick ,,- abundant, and in all probability it Baptist ritual, ed certain property, to-wit: That on
ical ati-.:tion m '._.: L,* immeai.ALItv will revolutionize this industry among By eight o'clock the church was which, the court house stands, ant re-
provided, and if the illness is danger- our farmers, comfortably filled with the friends fused to pay its portion of the. cost
otis he must be 3e-it To one of th, two Andti so on, from time to time, Doc- and relatives of the young couple. of paving.
hospitals. That carte blanche invita- tors Blitch and Boozer have had on The bridal party arrived shortly after At a meeting of the city council
i tions are issued to anybody interested exhibition at the Commercial Bank that hour and the procession was im- some weeks ago the city attorney. Mr.
in prison reforms to visit the Florida various farm products, mediately formed and marched down Carlos L. Sistrunk, was Instructed to
prison camps at any andti all times A week or two ago they had on dis- the aisle to the arch in front of the bring suit against the county for It
and the refusal to admit them will be play a specimen coop of very fine pulpit, proportionate cost of the paving along
instantly investigated by those in au- cnickens-Rhode Island Reds-raised Mr. Doyle Carlton acted as best its property.
thority. by Mr. W. M. Shockley of Lowell, man and Messrs. Fred Botts, D. J. In obedience to the instructions of
Mr. McLin also says that persons which created much. attention. Blocker, Leland Carlton and Stephen the city council Mr. Sistrunk prepared
living in the neighborhood of the Saturday they had on exhibition a Blake were the ushers, the necessary papers, and the case
p'ri-on can's are ear'ui.stly requested coop of very beautiful white Plymouth Miss Grace Moffatt, dressed in was argued before Judge Bullochk all
to r-ort any harsh measures used by Rocks, five months old, raised by Mr. pink silk mull, acted as maid of hon- day Monday and Tuesday forenmom.
tho.-", in charge of ilhe prisoners to C. J. Jewell, which caught the eye of or, and the bridesmaids, all in white the county being repesonteol byi i's at
tht i.'th,ritis at Tallahassee. and every passer-by. They also had a jar Persian lawn, trimmed with pink,! torney, Mr. William Hlockr.
rl;,t wvheiv(,r this is t'one the matter of extra fine l)eanuts, grown by thie were Misses Winifred Kingston, Ma- The decision of Judge #l ulhlick was
Si- :,1l.- inv-.tiaiel, and ihe lessees same gentleman, andti a jar of very rion Coulter, Lillian Page and Bertha favorable to the contPntioii of th,
S;.. ,1i,! p-...msihi t:l'l for, ind fine pecans from a three year ol1 tree Pollard. Nellie Stevens was the ring city, Mr. Sistrunk having Iar,',ir,'l
i- :! ;'s:. id Fiih' con- on e Dr. Fakes place, near town. bearer and Gladyvs Moffatt anid Ruby his papers with l xct',eeling c-ir.- :tim
i,:,'.', < b'-,v *v",. .i- v roI Tb-. also hatil a specimen exhib'i of .Jackson were flower girls. Mr. H. B. cleverness, and his a;rglni.-iit, w. r-
,; '.. ,.;n ('' Tf r'-i tat. -)rison ''"rvy fint,' ','(t potatoess, called the Stvn's av the lii'Ile away. very logical anii d aippar-ntly v ,,si.Ii
Great-. (,1i ar N:rtlitrn Prolific. grown by Mr. The liridel's dress was a charming, sive.
E.!!.{: s : ', !> ,,no tein. .ew l;. creation of crepe l e cheno, trininel i We hop, :h i.itT \, wil! r.,-I t. r,
.. i 1 : '>', o e, !L;, p5v"' .'( i- ro'-c ssivm and fitt'rIiadi>i. with liberty satin, satin allique and i and that it'. coii1y a. bi- ] ,l, I ?(l .1vtI'Cl I l "
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ecaW Cor. Ocala Banner: I Sl)eciai Cor. Ocala Banner: --
Cl. Win. C. Doolittle, wife and us- Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Miss Lola Mills went up to OcalaI Collier's Weeily discloses the
0 large party of friends will leave Bob Evins and Ramis Hester a:-e on Tuesday to do some shopping. She' source of the Archbold letters which
New York about the 15th of Novem- building a very nice little "duck" was accompanied by her parents, Mr. William R. Hearst has been reading.
her, bound for Belleview. where be I boat. which they expect to use a anl Mr.. E. Mills. 'The letters were stolen from the files
and his estimable wife will spend the great deal on Orange Lake this win- Miss Reggie McCully is teaching i in Archbold's office by Willie Win-
winter at their coay cottage by Lake ter. i the Romeo school, field, a negro file-clerk, photographe.
Lillian. The colonel has been coming Charlie Nixon of Gainesville came j Miss Altahula B'ck. who is teach-1 the originals returned, and the photo-
to Belleview for about twenty ;ears. down last Friday and spent a few ing at Dallas. spent last Sunday at graphs sold to Hearst by the negro's
and is always responsible for a large days with H. D. Wood and family, home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.: agent, Stump, a white man. Hearst
number of our best northern people Mrs. Frank Barron, who has been J. L. Beck. paid Stump $12.000 for the copies. Ac-
locating here for the winter. ill for so long, now has a trained Miss Mabel Beck and her brother, cording to Collier's story, the theft
Mr. Quincy Dwight of Boston. Mass., nurse from Jacksonville with her. Gary, who are attending the Ocala and sale occurred in 1904. just after
Is paying his old friend, John Ash- On account of dry weather in this High School, spent Saturday and Sun- the presidential election, and the val-
worth, a visit, section, beans, peas, etc.. are drying. :i'y aIt Cottage Hill with. their parents, liable documents reposed in a safe in
Mrs. Ramsdell and her charming up very rapidly, and the truckers are Mr. andti Mrs. L. Dow Beck. the New York American office from
daughter, Grace, paid Belleview a vis- not looking so joyous as they hav. Miss Sue Haycraft will soon leave that time until they were taken out
It last Monday, and they state that been doing of late. A good fall cro;)p for Ocala. where she will enter the for use in the present campaign. The
the big mill is running smoothly, and of lettuce is being set out, and pr"- Ocala High School. letters proved a constant temptl)ation
eve-ryone enjoying good health, parations !or a big cabbage crop are Everyone in our village and the sur- to the sensation-loving Hearst editors
Mrs. Rentz and Mrs. J. D. Scruggs well in.ier way. Most of the truck- rounding places are jubilant over the wh.o frequently renaked. on "dull"
of .Levon were pleasant callers in our ers have I)repared their land and have coming fair at Ocala. Exhibits are days: "Wish the boss would let ius
little town one day lately and we also fine beds of plants to be set o;t, as being plickeal out and laid aside. Ber- run th,)se Archbold letters in tomor-
saw Mr. Tom Davis of Summerfield soon as the rains set iTr. lin is a "section of plamty." and the row's aperer."
In our midst Monday. Tom has not, W. E. McCarley ret:rnidl home last exhibits from her yards and forests With the $1'2.,,o which Stump andl
four,! him another SKUSe as yet. we-k from South Caron'.-.. where he and fields will addll many new jewels \Wintelai re-ceiveat for their thirve'y.
V'ii M1..'.-- ,'m S-un'li:" o.t '" h', for s-'vrtl !- hs for tlih to Miss Marion's crown, they set up) a saloon business. biut lost
ar io t! -. 9 _:, a. d c ?y1 .... 'Z1 11r 1 .N
ani0:i o.- l:g :" i'.- and were a 'h:- ',n,. r* ::-. h, ,''!"1. .n,! -.' are glad Mr. H. V. Long of Martel is a fair that and their money in a few montih:
py. prccupied air on Monday. !to say that he is much inim;roveld. Er.' enthusiast. His ideas are for a great-" -playing the races." The ('ollier sto-
Mr. Tremere made a flying trip to ving will noT engage in trucking this r M!arion, for a mniore charming Ma- y i\s one of the greatest news "'-ars'"
Jacksonville last Tuesday and was season as he has rented his farm to nion-for a Marion which will serve in recent metropolitan journalism anit
gone several days. Mr. Nimmons. He will be in the with, credit as an advertisement in its shows that. sometine,. a wetekly jouir-
We understand that Mr. Tremere store with his father a good portion plrospl)erity to the other counties of nal finds it l)ossible to outdto even th,
has been offered a good position in of the time this winter and will also these United States. "yellow" dailies.-Ta:impa Tribune.
Jacksonville, but will not accept il on work some in Mr. Sampson's pack- Messrs. Gary Beck. Neil and Rob-
account of his business here andti not ; ing house. In the early spring he err Ferguson and Miss Mabel Beck of1 Beginning early in November Tan-
wishing to leave Belleview, it being will go down on the east coast to the Ocala High School, spent Sunday pa Key West anl Havana will have
the healthiest place be can find in I put up tomatoes, at their Berlin homes. a one-vessel steamer line, the Clint-
which to live. Robert L. McCarley left last Fri- Mr. H. W. Long has returned from ton being now in course of prepara-
This last week was one of birth- day for West Palm Beach to resume the Confedlerate Veterans' re-union at tion for taking up the run about the
days-a number of our people cele- his position with the G. G. Strohm Tampa. Mr. Robert Frink. another first of the coming month. The Clin-
brating their natal anniversary. iCompany. the largest retail grovers "old vet." who went to the re-union, ton has just come off the ways at
Mr. John Brown of Wildwood paidin that section, has also returned. Comradles Tampa and left yesterday at noon for
the town a visit of a few days. just J. A. McCarley went u) to .Jack- andl Frink said they had a fine time. .Jacksonville. where the vessel will be
long enough to enable him to set out lisonvillt, Monday to s-pend a few day.- .\Ar Ballast Point. near Tampa, it is )! placed in dry (lock andl completely
some strawberry plants on his place l a the carnival. John V. will go u)p -id that Mr. Frink was the only "old overhauled. Imnioibtelvy upon corn-
west of town. where he intends mov- as soon a- his father returns, vet" Ih.:3t tIripl)ed I the light f ans"l ing out of dry dock the Clinton will
ing to this coming spring. r.. H. Hopkins is spel-lin! -rte with Tampa sweetnesses at their take a heavy caro frorn Jacksonville
It is with regr-It that we noticed '1.-1 we<-k in Jacksonville.'a,--I h, "old v 't(-t'" Ialnce-ani I,' o Havana an will then be readv to
McGehee & Mayo moving their goods Mrs. H..s1i1e Sm iht. Mi.-ses Artie irl.-. .aiai Mr. i'nuk ,hancedI ,-,r assne the new run on we.rklv sched-
from the Masonic hall store, vacating Bawin anal l.illite Walklup left Ties- h; ;ln of t-,e 'oiil .atlants. ilp between Tampa and Havana.-
same and posting a notice that they da- o a md Le carnival in .lack- I"iI t-a;, 'e1s "a Itoeh'" mpa Irhune
c i a! ii -ac -' lt,, , far"t.;-o s !'s "'all to o il. "] lll t "r llU .
had remov-ed Their stock of soo>'s to) sv(;:till.. Thy h:,\ve rcentlv ;. a now feint'(e
their still c wr?. ,r.-, T:',-. shore, un-> [- zia',. h ;,i-h.. i as r.;:,uri -d,1 ;-;.iP)iIl ',, c,.'nta-, v. Mr. L. t.> lioff.;'.tt. .r'.,li. re -
der the manage", '-; : : Mr. Oscar I',,-:: Marylair.l. wh,',e sit, has l.'n ,.-s:'~rs. W 1 R'iw s. Char:,, e o ita l-' li
Gale. has been one o! 1 ha' lae.s co-' vi \i.It liv-i"',f ror ill(- praSt year. Rawls. Se ea' s. Mo-. .,s,'at. of. ;ho1,. j Flr:ank!ia
.,t. for 11,' i~ sl ye R. !awls. St])e \\(,l'h,-!'.< Nolo. A li!
.I CL o .. xll o h a s j u~s l t n- !,P l4, ft,,i -I
ducted stores ever in Belloview. and .1alli N Murrell w;a- in A-'cadia 1:as; i ,n ;i:l .-,p.e ] o: er- are Oi 0 o 1r il o' li ) h *ai bl'' < .l e a
we regret to see it closed. we,1k .-'si i, -l orine sKii- haok a:s recall \visitors to Ocala. i i
It is said on pretty good authority :i.tion in That stc, ion. anal says 0ha a Mr. Ernsti Rawwl. ;hie poliiar a nid' lprts col ilio s tiU, i4:'o' 4
that Bellev'iew will not or can no .- wa.- l,'i- l 5o.e''d while hit, was h ,., o S.: rt Ar lin a COitlit Zf i s t (1, Iy Ii'(. sa o.'-
'Ind litilt. rffectedt by I (oll,-,v ~ 5
support Iwo stores at a profit. Ho; ii:er-- ai $1. L.o..1. I ai. -et ,o ;It ()Oealt. spelo.t weo,,- ailelli l (inCel Oc io n l." he', aio molu',
ever. we are told that other par;:ies Mr. D. H. Pelteysal sal, was ver,,, ,nl a with his grandl)parents. MIr. an\f ,usinIss is on t icas in o
are making arrangnents to re-olen successful. the good- briging ovr Mr-. C C Sv.,ns Mr Stevens took snllsu s ton i .a i,
this store under new management and $2:,. Mr. WV. E. Allen, the aucion- hlim black to Ocala Moavay. ss M Hoftn aal i is
ownership. Be that as it may. by eer. conaluctedt the sa le. Mr. Petteysi Mis. V. B. Potts entertained Sat r-ily "eel tat the 50thlti' states wil!
stretching our mmory back over fif- will leave nex; week to re-ente'" the I (lay ev.-ninr in ve olden time feast and oonbe looked to for a large percent-
teen or eighteen years. we fail to express service, jubilee style ar her pretty country
think of any storekeeper or merchant Mr. Alfred Ayer is in Mclntosh on home in Oldtown.
that has ever gotten rich and retired business The hostess. Mrs. Potts. sent out I _______________________
from business in Belleview. on the Captain Dorsey has received th", invitations previously to all her i:
profits of his or their business, appointment as postmaster at McIn- friends in the Oldtown valley arounal!
Mrs. Tremere has been quite indis- tosh. and for the present the office anal to many of her friends in Berlin, 1 1 1
posed this past week. hardly able to will be located in Dr. Means' office. |Ocala. Martel and Cotton Plant. Danc- i
be about. She lays it to rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bateman ing was the main feature of the even-
Mr. Riley MeClendon is mraving have gone to Jacksonville, and Mr. ing and all enjoyed the occasion im- I 1
from his farm to one of his town Ramie Hester is relieving Mr. Bate- mensely. i
houses, where his children will have man at the railroad office. Everybodtv over in the Berlin coun- 1
access to our school. *try is jubilant anal shouting "Hallelu-

Mr. Chas. Hilton is having built SOUTH LAKE WEIR RIPPLES. ;ah:" over thi fair news.
a nice little two story cottage on his ____ TECUMSEH.
lot just west of lake Lillian. Mr. Special Cor. Ocala Banner.
John T. Haines is doing the work. Summer absentees ar.- rapidly re- BLITCHTON Invites yV
Mrs. Goodman and son. Eddie. start- turning. Among the las: to arrive ial (or. Ocala Banner
ed for New York on Monday night in are N. E. Schnitzler and family,. M. al H o orrt
response to a toleg-am stating that H. B;ckley and wife. ana, Thomas Mr. an: Mrs House of Mor
her brother w;-s oQIiie ill Ba4 I wor \isit inl ln the homi of Mr. Ai-
h brolte wI lll w( i1i ae n s uny 1
Mrs. W.Vshat-on of Ocala paid this Mr.s. ,. H h, wh her Vaol last SunlOy. o ae
town a short : T:,,--,aIv afternoon ,Th ir,,. Alic.. has I:,ben visiting We is laar to no t.' o. Ir P b lei
Mr. E. AV. Whi,- w,'t has tha, h.. an. M'r. and Mr s. I). I). P,,ake for the pa4st int er.sRe-. A. L. Pnso,, who hasonas-
httad (hel gue1e* kV'!'. i's nowx'('Ol valesc- I
Mrs. WVhilet wi'l e down earl- ,h:s 4 w-,,'ks, l r ,, her home in Phila- in. .
win' ,r from th-'ir home in Pit slhira. !,,,phi : on, \v',i,,aslaly. la. ali ,i i Salis
MVr. Frey.rp, utith and Mrs- SandlersI
Miss Lorena Fremanai ef" on the a- fa, a.- ,Jacks,,r,.\ll,, 1y Mrs. P.'ak.. ] )-pit several ,al-s atO anl-
noon train Tuesday for Ocala. to ac- D Pa S s "I" "v a Oran ake
cept a position one Dr. Paul Sn~ow,. of Pedro. w.v s a. OrneLk
lcast v,'eek. istig the-ir sister. 'Mrs.
cept a position with one of Oc-ala's business vistor, here last Satui,',lay. R ietrs. 120 S o i
leading mercantile houses. Oraes are being shiled o at a r 120 School Suits fo:
Miss Bertha Farris of Jacksonville liel rate, ny carlo ls comng in r.eon indis"lose. is at his a l.t of huty
is visiting her sister. Mrs. Cecil Bry- boo ,h ^ ^ ^ ^*.indispose,!. is at his post of ,,uityia
is visiting her sister. Mrs. Cecil Bry- l)y boat. f roii Ihe north siale and go- again. price
ant. and expects to stay until Thanks- ing ouw on the Seaboarl Air Line oa w I-
giving, pr trackB. Peer will r. Roland Blitch of Ocala was is-|
Our ci v fathers hold their regularrack. Capt. E. B. P r will iting in the parental home last week.
Our ci- fathers hold their regular .I soon finish shipping the crop of MI's. .Morriston. Fellowship. Elmwoo,
monthly meeting next Tuesday night. E. A. Ricker. Morrwston Fellowship, Elmre oods et Men weV have 21
at which time business of importance r. E. B. Peter. w o has been fore-an Standard were well represented
. Mr. E. B.M Peter. who has beenfr-*. i* i.o
E. B. e f.(",at preaching last Sunday. 50
will be transacted. m nian for his brother, has gone to Dr. Blih made a business trip to nt
The Belleview Workers held their Texas. Dr. Binih nade a business ti to 5 s
regular meeting Thursday afternoon ,U,. .,, ,. o,. Jacksonville a other points a few,



Mr. Browning of Lynchburg. Va., A conservative lIN)*.. p 7i
is the guest of his aunt. Mrs. J. Clark that will indirth,. t T,-ir.o* ni. of
Greener. hundrlrds of mllion- of *it'l i, ttei
Mr. A. S. Kells and daughters. Mrs. guiding of railra I.,
Hice and Miss Eula Kells of Beaver, A realization ,,n rh. ;. ,(.n ,
Pa.. are spending a few days here. man in tihe soitt h h ', to
The Kells family is well known in should. Iay ,,v,,ttivi r,14,1; ,f of
this community and their many tention to tivr.itlIe : Ir:, 'r. ,
friends are always glad to see the.i. its cotton pro 'licti ( %f% i. ,,.h 't-
They will leave shortly for Fort My- its as will in-uro, .a a',,. '.,, ,ti
ers. where rhey will spend the winter. :grower., Cl'h ta; c t', .11 : ,.s, .,p
Mr. and Mrs. Tonner and Mrs. Ton- ien.
ner's mother. Mrs. Borland. are corn- To inako per-.i,.t,.tio ,, r1
fortably settled for the winter in their rapita! illro thi' h ii'li .it i f, ,t i '
cozy cottage on Borlandl avenue it!1-.- r1.-,itrc,. 'i7:1 I.
Miss Ruby Johnson is visiting hter &'nts may 1ho ,ii tip .l* 'l1 ;-:1
sister, Mrs. S. T. Carswell. to mankind.
Miss Peacock of Atlanta is inl To g,-t activA ', ,. -
charge of the millinery ,lopartmni'nt of of politics hitho %,! '-" ., ro
Ylrs. Driver's store this sasonH. a in d veloia-! ,t .
Orange growers of this sectio lb p- I prot'itail>i!a .riilo i ,, f. ,
-in to feel encouraged l over tI'r! for all it: 1 .,,
crops this year. Their, will he ship- To i(ril r. -
peil between ;;o:',4 )0 awl! 4".ia box,'-i ,), i,.,s ;l I' I L 0
of oranges from hero thi '-,inter. T1 '1 : ho'-* hr h. c' :1." ",,
Ui'ovis tb gin 10) lo ),k oni'1-wh .' t as ':i\ ,r.'' .
tiiey did lt-forlt rh. I)ig rrtz ,l1. and i or .'' c ,i ,'" i' it .,
-- -- f M n ra~~' t 'li ;i': p. *.*,
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE tIIn'r- oI M 11- !,.,k i ,
chants ;an l i l.,i' !:i ' *
.r.---B:-lti:,iar, \ln"'' a }
By petition my name has bIen cer- ora.
i.ed hy th lthoard of county comrnmis-' .T i.. u
1O!~~S trr ~ f i .Mr. Taft i- Itaat';t,' r., .. t
.-;iOn.r for h. Office, of justice of the
nlot oin aCvewIl'l ," f , .
!pace for Oila district. The s- O fr. i' .' r ;
I.ort of m y friends is so licited fro t ihi l a a a a air
from th e W\ hir, t- N-o\ ,

YOU WANT "''..

ItI (ldos'nt pay to play "'Lhit < i v' :tli : ....
You can't effort it. Pi ,,:v;: wl vhT ia; Ill. t ...
pure ald(l rTei:itble. ,
4 m r s-'il, haavx-p f ie r,' :ti .ti, n i l f ,.i, '.1
N\ e Vw ill \he -;I (d ,. se nd %l --4111 ,, :" 1 r:'. - t .1 -. '
able seeds on re11 '.t.



L...2% 1^ AU P-^ s--. . 4- 1

J. W. AK'N



Standard Makes of Plumbing Goods, Gas Eng!nes. Pumps. lersgan j Pe-a'.,
Acetylene Gas Plants Sold and Installed Complecte. Est.rrates rrcmrt', *6,*
onittcd on any Work in our line.

P. 0. Box No. 944


iPhO!). ~o 3Th

ou to see their Grand Display of

r Boys, worth $2.50 to $4.00, a iob lot,

es $1.50 and $1.75 a Suit.

5 dozen Black Sateen Shirts, regular price

S, our price only 35 cents each.


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i) .- ,KVI ) 2- 1 ,-,.-I ws.


Local and Personal

Mr. Louis J. Brmniv ef this ci'y i
at IDeLand on busines-.

Mr. H. W. Tucker spen" 8fnLra- i,
ckson ville.

Mlr. F. \V. Bars,,- is vi:s:ig fritntl.-
at Plymouth this we-k.

SIs Rt chills or fever? PTai!;'s Chl!!
r c is guaranteed to cure. 25c. :

Mrs. Royal E. Cole and little son
went up to Jacksonville Mon-lay to
visit relatives and friends.

Mrs. John H. Mathews of Candler
is visiting friends in Jacksonville this
week to attend the carnival.

Mr. J. K. Christian of McIlntosh
and Dunnellon, was in Ocala on busi-
ness Monday.

Dr. W. V. Newsom has returned
* *borne from bis visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Mayo.

Miss Leta Gerard has gone to St.
Petersburg to spend a two weeks' va-

Mr. Herbert L Anderson came home
Sunday afternoon from a visit to his
wife and daughters in Jacksonville.

-Mr. George W. Martin went up to
Jacksonville Sunday night to pur-
chase goods for his store in this city.

The friends of Mr. Frank Huber zire
very sorry that he is still qui+. ill at
has rooms at Mrs. Arms'.

i Mr. F. M. Harp. a large .,irp.'n'in
operator of the Eureka distiic'. was
a prominent visitor to Ocala Monlay.






Cat ;e(o. A. Nash.. sncee hi ,,
nccTion wi'h the Ocala Rifl-s. has as-
si-t.,d in many mili,'ary saiutes c OT.h
er members (of te company, anl, ;I.s-
tii,.:iishedl vii'(ors, but Mn(mday night
ihle ales v or:' turned on him and 1 ,h
and Mrs. Nash became ;he honoroes.
C-:iplain Nash and Miss Nellie,
Ai,.!"rson were quietly married in
this city about a month ago, and im-
immediately left for New York on -heir
Sbridal trip, and ever since their return
the members of the Rifles have b,-n
planning the affair that occurred !a-t;
night at thb. New Metrcpoli.
At about 9:30 o'clock all the mem-!
bers of the company, and sonre x\h.)
were formerly members, arryv'd !I
full uniform, marched to ti e Noew
Metropole and made their presence
known by firing the usual nunnhe-" of
After the last volley had been fir-
ed Capt. and Mrs. Nash made 'htir
appearance, and after some very tact-'
ful and appropriate remarks I,:. CaW.
"Nash. the company was invii-.1 into
the parlors of the hotel. where ice
cream, cake and punch were .;er e(i,
and the occasion was nimde no,-- dv,-
Slightful by Cap,. and Mrs. Nash be-
ing presented with a handsoinm- c'it
glass service.
The presentation speech was io;-
quently perfomrned by Judge Joseph
Bell. a former lieutenant of the com-
pany. and now adjutant of the regi-
ment. and the handsome present was
most graciously accepted by the pop-
ular captain.
The occasion was not only a In.o'T
delightful one. 1,ut \as rononmic.d
one of !ho r e1O.oST rar)l on 1 inll
the history o1 this po ia-.iar and sti,< ;'*

Col. R. F. Rogers. Mr. J. A. Hie..
Mr. and Mrs..L. R. Chazal and chil- . .
i ^ ~ i-n i- ^ .., an d 31r. !i h St'. nn l' ,l of !Ly,lr :e
d1ren and Dr. Phillip E. Chazal return- an1r. iuh SnN. of Li
%N were in O(.;la MA ljn nnd the : x-'
ed homN Monday afternoon from w.
i ii t .od -lattr pai this office a very pleai--'i i
tlleir visit 10 \\oodlmar.I z, .
I call. M.r. Hicks is the postmaster an.
Mr. W. H. -1cLong. mayor of Can- has b!)en living at ILynini for the I',:.-
dier. was among the prominent visit- twenty-cnue years. He came from S:'-,-
ors to our city Mondlay. benvili. Ohio. Mr. Stanaland is i
vi!iTor to Floridla. T!lse gentlew; -
i Mr.. and Mrs. Cobb of Holder are hav-e witn,.-ssed vast c1 ,nces in -hi..
iff the 1itv on a visit to their son and section of the country. At one tii,,
daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur it contained the larg. st and ,.,s. ,.
Cobb, on Watula street, wild! orange groves iii11 he ':,t. hu
they :er killed h tb'' gre-i I ; -
Mr : WV. C. Bull. Ocala's city mar- anl '':' 71:v, n' .,1 :''zain -hv,.::
6hal. has returned home from a visit ; r' life BIlt fa;t' namely .,-{.r
p Crystal River, where he wenit to: ( hin .:, ha ,.' arisen 10 i .'rtly iai:e, the,
kwuperate his health. o plc o :''z-O\ S.;. and Mr..\s
S'an.,! Mr. Sianaland r-picrt th;lt ihe,
Mr. F. Weston of Newberry was in i 'eode theor are !,r:)slpros and 1en',-
Ocala Monday en route to that pla,', ant. They have lariZ turlie.xt ''
fom a visit to Mr. L. R. Chazal at ia-s. he 2,fneral erti1s have t
Woodmar. good. anti the cane' anl) potato ritip'-j
Imnore t an ort',lina'-iy v proitlic.
Mr. John C. Davant. .Ir.. and M-r.i
Francis B. Coogler. prominent young Col. Nic Barct'. Nie. .Ii.. and M!r.
Brooksville attorneys, were in. Ocala R. .1. Knight (,f ('rvstai lUiver were in
Monday on legal business. Ocala Monday. Cnlon-'l Bareo says
-- :hat Crys'al Rie;" is 'a;jI.ini lbig Ir'e-I
Miss Virginia Mayo come home para ions tor hbr e-t1','i',ai(t i \P' 1
Monday afte(-rnoon from Oklawaha. Sun,-day. It is ; Sriar':'an i. rnp -!
where she has been visiting her ^is j 1. and '.h' (-.iiars Irtan will lIel
ter. Mrs. Jesse MN. Neoly. ;-Ael', ,1, .;d an enmb',!siastic ,ath-|
',ri: A nii hlnr of ,n elme 1,n 1ave!
The board of couny commis-ioo- , n, iit. ,o ble v.-ith Mr. SNl .r;-I
ers was in session M onlay for ili -i nll. ;n:l i :n,;'.le short ;'i' ress.''. A'f-
purpose of restoring nameo iinipop- *,, l hiis f, ,Ij' :t U' ih,' ,:,; is <,n.i'd1
erlvy srieken fronm the r',,gistraaii n All.'\C 1.0','si( l Will I i, V.. on il', riv-
list. r '1,;tol o , lie 'III I(. te' f > .i i '-

M rs-. Elinoy.' ID)ai i.ot anat i ,i.'n'r I i '.r .] 1 ''o :i:lo 1 1i'il. -i,.
?-oii~'I' Io\ 1_ur ..i i f.i hom~e W ;v, .p ti.^ ; (-i s .~i^ ie '.'
l'i It'r a sli'>; vlsit in Or soi W;!!'l, V51l'p. Mr. R .1. ni n '.'-
h' i l-M s .I i Xi r'- M P. .1 tlhal. Riv,' '.


3lr. M. M. Little. who is in charge
(if i. ie eshe-, (I parnment for C. Riein-
a;",r & ( Co;i lpany. ac~od th part of a
(cI.Vr ,i,-t, ctiV, MonIlay morning and1
rt (o\,,i' I stolen, the val:(.
(if ,\\hich as $21.
Mar' Yo n_,. a coloIredl womian,- "..s
1 I 1 0 1- orI. i l)t''pTene4-4l .shcf;p .:r.;
exi *'-l i1io She ieft! the store by i.L'o
r,:, r nit ranee, andl M,'. Little, th;t'k-
in- iha; th-' ,was acting soniewn ti
(iuerliy. i:n: lia'ilvy suspected her of
shleop-lifTiiing. H,- woint out and acco~t-
Sher, ar.1 boldlyv abused her of theft..
She (d*iniiei the allegation somewhat
hotly, anil said h, could search her.
but wlien he acted on her suggestion
and attemptedl to do so she resisted
his efforts imo.t vigorously. In the
st 'IIPle however, she dropped t vc
skirts, .Ahikh had been concealed un-
der h!-r dress. (Hcne being valued at 1i.
and the, cther it $12.
There being no policeman in sigh-.
Mr. Little called for assistance, and
Mr. J. D. Robinson, who works at the
foundry, volunteered as an aid, and
the two hustled ihe woman to the ciiy
jail despite her effort sto escape.

Dr. Blitch, manager of the Commer-
cial Bank of Ocala and one of the
old time friends of the editor of the
Democrat, was in the city a few hours
Monday. en route to Perry. Dr. Blitch
is on(e of the best known men in Flor-
ida. a gentleman of honor and integ-
rity. loved, honored and respected bv
the good people of his home and
throughout the ,,tate-a man among
men-and among those whose good
deeds and good works will live long
after they hav, passed away. Better
i''1ii than IDr.. Blilch, ar,, very sc-tree.
-Live Oak Democrat.

l)r. .1. 1. McIlnlosh of Columbia, S.
C.. sp!,'rt S;lur'd;!v a t rnoon and tilSun
: y iorni:ng inll Ocala. He was ac
()io'.t by.,! y: .Mr-s. Mclntosh. They
(C i:"' i,- Fiorili;i to atLend the meetinl-:
qi :lie .\;iulit i Coaist Line
wileii. was hiel in Jacksonville las;
\\,..' anI Ir.. 1M( Intosh was elected 1
p'resilnt i" th:a lody. He and Mirs.
M(l itosi w-%vnt Ip.Hi J.acksonville r')
C ( rww! i Itr t' i d ,-i- points in Sowti!.
Flori-,a, and stopp)odl here to p)a.v a
visit to the fain ,us Silv-r Sprig:-.
aintI t' ey v. bot' 1)th clir.rneid with its

Mr. .1. !'. Str unk of ?.Iiami. but for-
nerly an Ocala citizen, and a son of
Mr. A. Y .Strunk, came upl to Ocala
Satlurly nitighlt to join his wife and
echldrne. who z have been spending thbe
past six months in Ocala. Before her
marriage Miss Strunk was Miss Flora
Andlerson of this city, and her Oca!.;
friends are always glad to have :.
visit from her. Mrs. Strunk and thn
clhill t,'' ;:'ccoi-,T!n- iv(! M r. S I'iinl- 1,
Tlh,,ir ^!; hoio Tuesday.

.o ,v,','A. ii. .\ \\ '; l 'r ! T im T )'l*i' P,-
mC. 1. .. Lloyd. T. ,1 Tl];rris anl .11-1
ilhin l ,vs',who wi t \Vu 1 i) to .Jaekson-
ville fn tlhe M,'rrv \y Widow. -rtached
that c(ilt\ alt ,le\,ln ('clock Sundlay
nihit. Theoy hlff Silver Si)r'in ai-A
2:17 (t'clt.ic] Sundiay morning. and ThO
i-i11 ,l! \\p l, Sillv .r Spi"i" s 1. the
()-lqwha and! S". ,JolI:ns ii-''s wais a1
fino~sT i1,'1i=ll'll oTo.

i '; cl(,ll. l to our attention
ai)'.;!,, e.i,,,e oft Mr. Alex;andier Moor-
' a!. ',lit "s ; canldidate for county
.- .,v, v ,;'. 'i -. ''en left off t tih'i.ichet
;>rI'Zr'' ,'-1:\t }!'" (UP Sl ll>.I. .s. .His lIa",..


About Pe-ru-na.


The following testimonials represent actual experience of every-day life. They are the truthful utteraaes of
women who have been ill and have found a reliable remedy in Peruna.
It means a great deal to the women of America to have at hand a remedy capable of giving such relief. Costi-
pation, rheumatism, kidney trouble, bronchitis and a host of other catarrhal conditions are relieved by Peruna. At
least this is what the women say. They have no object in saying such things, except to render truthful testimony
to their suffering sisters.
Permna is making such friends every day. It is the testimony of the people that has made Peruna so Justly famous
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Chronic Bronchitis.
Mrs. Clara L. Miller, Box 71, Columbia
Sta., Seattle, Wash., formerly vice pres-
ident of Skoogay Country Club, writes:
"Nine bottles of Peruna cured me of a
protracted case of bronchitis. There is
no superior remedy that I know of, as
the action of Peruna on the vasa motor
system of nerves is very beneficial. It
increases the tone of the system and aids
nature to perform her functions.
"I have recommended it to a number
of my friends, who speak in the same
high terms of it. I have certainly found
it a most efficacious medicine."
Nervous, Tired and Weak.
Mrs. Christina Smukalla, 490 Winslow
Ave., Buffalo, N. Y., writes: "I trust
every one suffering from systemic ca-
tarrh will read this and profit by it.
"I was in a very bad condition indeed,
when I began to take Peruna, and my
friends as well as myself were very
much alarmed over my condition. I
was always nervous, could not sleep at
night, my food did me no good, and I
was always tired and weak. I tried
several doctors, but found no relief.
"Finally I took two bottles of Peruna

A Good Word for Pe-ru-na.
Mrs. S. L. Jewell, R. F. D. 1, Freeport,
Pa., writes:
"Having used Peruna myself for many
years with beneficial effects, and ob-
serving the good it has done others of
my acquaintance, I cannot but say a
good word in behalf of Peruna."
Keeps Pe-ru-na In the House.
Mrs. Maria Goertz, Orienta, Oklahoma,
writes: "My husband, children and my-
self have used your medicines, and we al-
ways keep them in the house in case of
necessity. I was restored to health by
this medicine, and D)r. flartman's In-
valuable advice and hooks. People
ask about me from different places, and
are surprised that I can do all of my
housework alone, an( that I was cured
by the doctor of chronic catarrh. My
husband was cured of asthma, my
daughter of earache and catarrh of the
stomach, and my son of catarrh of the
throat. When I was sick I weighed 100
pounds; now I weigh 140.
"Dr. Hart man's remedies have proven
to be reliable and wonderful. Their
effect upon the system is remarkable.
Peruna quiets the nerves, and is a great

and felt like a different woman. How-, sp:eili,, for n'Il f. t:. -)- f e i, ,.,,r "ntarrh.
ever, I did not stop there, but kept on I "I sam vv,' \ =, '" .s.y t!-iat I can
with it until I had taken several bottles, write you that I a i.i *ured( in every way
when I felt completely cured, and have of catarrh, within which I had suffered
remained so ever since. I can eut and terribly for ten years. I cannot thank
ileep now." you eaou;h tox your advice."


Wi- Wait Until tie Holidays Ar., on
."'u tc Purcha:se Holiday Gifts
znd PRy From 25 to 40 Per
Ceot. More For Them?
:', t'e I so mny p.oplle who wait
, "' .'- "'liilay rush time to make
.iit 11 pitrch,:ises, an then find
;h., just walt tytiev wanted, has L:een
;i ..:',:S(',l liy some one who took
,1,,v ty hl-e forelock and bought ear-
lv while the large socks were still
Iii)rt1. Now. we have inatigulrate.d a
!,-Iti whereby yo 1 can select yolr
i,'sn.t.s NOW and have Them laid
A.x., un1lilt you want them b)y t(he
.',yni t of a smallI portion t)f the j
'i,'irchase lprie" down ;ini e balance
in si-ll week' ly, 'lvily !-lE s. By this
plain w;);lll )e surp!)i-e, io learn how
P.."'.^ V reqally (1 i)'. il p.e'" "yO '11


"r. I\. K. Nelson of Ilydle Park av-
t**i'e e vii-!-;aiiledl at ir ', ze I 'i ., \
rn'l im inl ..inor ofi h. r guests, M:.-s
'v Py i'iaIt an d Mr. Arthur Har,!a-
::,*.. There wore two tables, andI
it)ste' w':o took part in the game
*"." e Mr.-. Fs K. NNelson, Miss Manry
\.,.; M.':. Athr IHardaker, Mrs.
.- '. 't'r l)'L.vry, Mrs. Rod.lgers, Mrs.
":'i")-, )i I P l'rier, Mrs. Inahinett anl
.';S. \V. M. Br(olos. The parry was
, toiliennial ie, and the time sIpnt
' .' ty" in.-. "iie l' .sc1'ina i-,1 i, \4,, iit
'." ,)!n i ,t l \v ,":. *v : .'.I" -- T, l h

)i:.'i;.1 i;'i;) hi: t),e,,) i) T.;np)i )' ^r
), ij-ist tfotrrt n.aht vi-irinli her- sister!.

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Constipatle, KMNey Tre"lC.
Mrs. Mahala Reid, Corbyville. Oti.,
Canada, writes:
"Your celebrated remedies have bem
a wonderful boon to me in my old age.
I have not been in so good health lo
several years as now.
"I was troubled with constipation,
rheumatism and kidney trouble. A
little over two years ago I completely
lost my health, becoming almost help-
less, when a dear friend sent me yow
remedies, Peruna and Manaali.
"I began to take them, following h
directions on the bottles. I very rno
began to feel benefited by their use, ad
continued to take them.
"Iam now completely recovered fr-
the above ailments, in fact, better tham
I have been for years past.
"I cannot praise the remedies bm
highly and will always recommemd
them to others."
Pe-ru-na In Tablet fIm.
For two years Dr. HFartman and b
assistants have incessantly labored to
create Peruna in tablet form, and thef
strenuous labors have Just been erowI6
with success. People who object to
liquid medicines can now secure Pi
runa tablets, which repre.nt do
medicinal ingredients of Peruna. Ra.s
tablet is equivalent to one average di
of Pvruna.


Te .Jackson'- ili frifnids I i's
i Christian Cook of Hroksvii'. will
learn with pleasure of a eoiplI itu'n
recently shown her. Miss ('Mk was
invited to christen the "Fiv A-' A uilis
nea\r froolisvill-,. he ern,,mnmv tak-
ing ]laC, fitoday. M!is ('Cook At hof,
en because of her poipu:larity an. will
iundoulhtodly ldoo ,r[';trt er-'lit to Ili.
honor paid li,.r TI,' oIpeninf of hh-
hig mills wvi i., ;i i inimp rta,it so.wi.l
and 11ico ifi 'cidi ','tIT. :tiil, I vnd t .T
nu lmber oft Th' -adij;!(,'<0 ti1t,- !i, t,.
eiety )eo',il,' w ill T t'' ...It)' I it' o.- a)i 4
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M iss Co('(ok is a fr ', 1'*: l ;i.l ( ;,ul-
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,4TT TT T ^ K C ^TI N HENRY WATTERSON PAYS HIS ..............v-..-..v...v.*c. -.*. '-*:.*.* -:.:- .o. W.v
t -The habit of imposture has become .':LS
S*c'T so chronic with the republicans that :;:
The Saint Lucie Tribune's Statistician 1V.Makes a VEry they will fall back upon any old thing T .:
Interesting Figure of Thintgs. and call it a democrat. Thus Gen. : N.N 0. 4 C 1 .
0 0 Luke E. Wright was introduced the :'-:
other :Jight as "a democrat having the
Tf c h oahonor."-very doubtful honor-"of : o the Public:-
iTaft cannot hope to carry all th-t312 Dakota-6G. holding a cabinet position under a re- P bi:
I staves tha' Roosevelt carr'.ed in 1904. Nevw York, Minnesoia. Ne`raskia, ran- publican administrationn" to a gaping I take pleasure in announcing tlat I have cot-
sa cr6w, e d ofNlw Yorkcrs in Carnegie x::.!
S Taft cannot hope to carry any of Ysa-'. c own. nn. .n Yorkcrs in Cariege inenced business for myself in Ocala at the cornrT of
h. :C stat s that Parker carried in N Wi n Mne-oa a T g Main street and Ocklawaha avenue. As our businele
9 "Nebras1a-7,. .:cr!'~d' as an attorney for the sys nem, r.
Pr'a. w!!l surely carry all the 13 New York, Wisconsin. Minnsota- which. having syndicated the repub transactions during the last three years while I was
-_.a -s that Parker carried in 1904. 63. pican prty i seeking to purchase a bookkeeper and later manager of the Ocala oue
Bryan will surely carry some of te' New York, Indiana, Nebraska, and perpetual lease upon the government Wine Ro m n
r2 ysanwes that Roelyyst care oi in any one a the other doubtful states. of the country. Wine Rooms have undoubtedly been of the mot or-
32 states zhat Roosevelt carried in
19 -4 Or. without New York. he may win When a man has served republican dial, y motto having always been to deal honestly,
Thus we reach the meat of the on either of these combination.: :. as a governor g'ner : a, all, I Can asure you that
IndiC-An.,.Mamn-ao"sailorn-feirly and squarely with al a sueyuta
Question. Indiana, Minnoot.. Nbrask-.. Fan- n! an ambassador, and sirt s at:: ir quy WII
How many of the states that Roose- sas, Wiscons. o.,t Dal~oa. !e- !.ih a1 a republican council board. ihis will continue at all times in the future. My as-
v'tt carried in 1904 will Bryan carry g- i s-rely tim for him to throw oVery best in their re
in 19,, ? !llino s. Ind ana. K insa:. Na.; 1e. a llSP i ,ftid o' o f th e v e r b s i
Ban did carry in th foWyomingT-63. nr. ...r :,1 v:.y .,1>at he is re e- | well known to you, They will treat you at al. tinme
BryTan (lid carry in l., the follo,-,%iX
ing states that Parker dila't carry in C1 toriiaI Ko.c Nos"n' k .* ', ... n 1.with the utmost cordiality and civliit.
Co'or-'o. Idaho. M issouri, M1on- ana. O region, \'om i: I) a.'r .. tio!., i)t ) n' m ,, con ,,id ration Iheet
^ S;"^^^S:,w Dkoa west. Vir-ii 1; 6' 4.^ r I have the Anhe..,B..hBe rd-1,,,^
1 Ir .,! N evada. That is five wit S.:uh Dakota, 'est Virgifia-- 0. i i'an other of the lea rs ef that par- B u.B seo drr.
i- -2 electoral votes, that Bryan is sure Of cor ;h figur .wev.r "-i the Anhcuser-Busch Blue Label, budweir. Pil
S:^ cary this yar. in which hb will jOnstre llh., m i at:per i- I, t- ,.* o ., a man the el- Brother, Blue Ribbon and Schlitz Bottle Ber.
succeed where Parker failed. Then. table that Bryan must carry New ,o-nt of lisinterestolnoss. if not ot f or i n
.50 there is Oklahoma, voting for the York to be elected. But New York is ,ability, is wholly wanting. He obeys. Thanking you for yur patronage the pat a
o first time, this year, with 7 votes sure not indispensable, if there is sufficient a nmater. He wears a collar. Andi well a a portion of same in the future, I al
ch. for Bryan--a total of 39 to be added change of votes in the middle we-t to this collar is none the less servile be.
cause i is shiinYours rVeryrTru::y.
of to the Parker total of 140. making the give him the majority of the .!oubt- cause it is shining, but rather the Yours Vry l.
2, certain Bryan vote this year 179. He ful states of that section. more so since he seems to be proud
Ed will need 242 votes to win, so, on There is no state cited in the al.ove of it recalling the inscription car-:: NRPE
rill the basis of the above figures, he will calculations that is not liable to cast nried about by the bishop's collie: W H K
he have to carry enough of the other its vote either way. Not one of Ihem ."
Dn. Roosevelt states to give him 63 elec- is to be regarded as a "cinch." The l am his lordship's dog at Kew : PHONE 36 ALA L I
)d. -1^ AT **. . .^.'^***,*Pes elmsr hs o r :::: r~tH.OO ^IH LKD
or toral votes in addition to the states fight that is being concentrated in Please tell sir. whose dog are'PHONE O.306.,.
sure to be for him. each of these debatable states for the you."--................ .... ....'.
What combination of states will democratic ticket ought to bring re- Gen. Wright, being of the court r ....
give Bryan the necessary 63? Here suits-and the Tribune has not yet e. r is much displease to have theurt cir- L R A AV IT MA OR R
are a few of the possible ones, i-vey F s cle. is ) Ach displeased to have the' FLORIDA'S AV I1Al
are a few of the possible ones, every seen an election forecast whether em-
.. ,_ , 1,4 i., king, and the would-be founder of aj-- -
:tate cited being recognized as doubt- irom republican or democrat- king. and the woul-be founder f a
ul: ic so-rces. that doesn't encourage dynasty f kings (fo particulars ap- D
New York. Indiana. Minnesoti-65. democrats in the belief that their tick- ply to Nicholas Longworth, if you
New York, Indiana, Nebraska. South et will be elected. can find him!) referred to as a "hir- o
_. ,, __ _,_ ,___ ,_ _,_ _,,,__,_ ed man," even though his employers
The secretary of war says truly, as *
StichN in t as !t w these columns have said. only to ex- m .
-- .Such incidents as that which, recent- cite the mirth of the penny-a-liners of -'lre is l,(t a more cmplete liquor sto,. iI Fl.r.', lL.n ,lr
The day of the steam engine is ly occurred at Reelfoot Lake, Tennes- the republican press, that the presi- ,til the excellent facilities for handing n-ai a r'; r-i | t ,' itI
about over. That this Is true be- se. reveal a tendency in the nature dent is a monarch in everything ex- 4) v our customers prnpt attend i. ( i:r '. k oi
Comes daily more and more clear as of the American citizen which it cept the name. VWith respect to th- -- ,,ry 1u, g i' the line of
might be well for those people to "hired man" suggestion, thehsecretary HiG!! 6RODE WINES LIQUOIS BEERS CIGAIS ETC.
Sthe exhaustive researches and ex;- hee who are likely to revoke it.'thoug it might tickle the ear of the GRDE W
Sments ct thie geological survey )pro- Some people of wealth, who wanted groundlings" but that it "would make IMPORTED AND DOMESTI('.
i gre and wihin the next six munt.t mote. woeht uI the finest fishinE and .,.i, ....
igres,- and~ within the next six nion~h more. boll~ht upn the finest fishing and thoii,1P~'i *,-.iva" Mathin io n

r. .. ..--..- .--- ,--- -- m e J U io uO grlie-ve. rlt, e i wt'lL
the experts who are conducting tho small game hunting ground on the on to say that "in no pro)er sense" i;
work expect to give the country a continent, mnde it a source of income the president the "hired man" of the
formal report, in which ihe knoll of from people to whom it bad been free people, concluding that "in many re-
steam power will be officially tolled., from the earliest settlement of the, aspects he is vested with powers and
But while the geological s-urvey has region. The particular question ar- duties as large as most sovereigns,
demonstrated that the explosion en- gued at Walnut Log. when one man and, in fact, may affect the fortunes
gine. fed with gas made direct !rfnmwas lynched and another escaped a and future of his people to a degree
coal by a machine devised for that shower of bullets, the other night was equal to that of most of the crowned
purpose, is certain to furnish the sta- whether the common herd of people heads of the civilized world."
tionary power in this country for the shall submit to the segregation of The constitution of the United
next industrial epoch, it does not rest such resources for sport as have here- States gives the chief magistrate ex-
at this point. The survey considersI tofore been free to the public, traordinary powers. He has the veto.
Its work done, so far as the gas en-' The sum of the single argument at His is the power of nomination to of-
gine Is concerned. It has set at rest Walnut Log was rather adverse to the flee. He is commander-in-chief o' the

IT UARAUNTED all doubt about the type of power pro-
P11 -RAMduction.
The experiments now are in the di-
M19 O SCAN NATIONAL AND reaction of a comparative test of fuels.
CONM MM IONAL TICKET and it is particularly directing its at-
TAFT ,aN) 8HSK~RMAN. tentlon to gascknre and alcohol. The
coal gas engine will do the busin-:s
Repumblmcan Electors: all right by means of electric power
ACHAR Y T BIELBY,. DeLand. transmission, wherever there is 'oal.
CALB" H. STEWART, Melbourne. and the survey s'ys so officially and
JAR= CARNELL. Ormond. positively.
KNTY W. BISHOP. Kustis.e xei
mA3LIS G. PARLIN. Carrabelle. The experiments which are berl:
conducted in an extensive plant dt
CxLgresh. First District: Norfolk, Va., have gone forward far
OORGE W. ALLEN. Key West. enough to show that an alcohol en-
-- cgine can be built which can deliver
e Rco. 0oAnd DitOrlct:d an equal amount of power from tht-
lVlLAMd It- O'NKAL, Orlando. ..,.
Uo-- Osame bulk of fuel as can be produce el
Third District: by a gasolene engine. And this is r?-
VILUJAM H. NORTHUP, Pensacola. garded as high'y gratifying because
* it is anticipated that alcohol musr
Republican State Ticket ultimately be the fuel upon which J'e
TU following are the nominees: world will rel- in those portions (iof
For Governor: the
N N. CHENEY Orland the globe where? coal and oil are riot
JOHN. Ml. CRENEY, Orlando.
Flo Comptroller: found.
IEPH L. SKIrrKt Lakeland. The experts ore much struck by the
For Tresurer: harmony they are gradually evolving
FRr E E.WB STER, Gainesville. as they dig de-per into the subjei.
JOHN F. HORR, Key West. Thus coal and cil are generally most
Fo Attorney General: plentiful in the two zones where 'lhe
PUD C. CUBBERLY, Cedar Key. weather iq -,i fnl o ,,., ^ u... ,g .

proposition that the people will sub-
mit, but the next collateral is wheth-
er the information brought out by the
state authorities, aided by a ten
thousand dollar reward, will not swing
the pendulum back the other way.
The advocates of free hunting and
fishing about Reelfoot Lake were too
violent in their argument, went too
far, and their cause will suffer.
Th? game and fish of the country
are going into the hands of the rich,
being listed as property of the money
that buys their haunts, and in half a
century things will be like they are
in Europe-the fowls of the air, the
animals of the land and the fish of the
waters will be private property. Such
little incidents as that near Reelfoot
will only hasten the final outcome.
Let us, therefore, brethren, take this
sort of thing as easy as we can, be-
cause violence hasteneth its own
downfall. Let us get together and buy
a million acres of pine lands for a
common game and fish preserve, open
to every citizen of Florida forever,
let us forbid Governor Broward from
selling another acre of the state lands
but keep it for a holiday and picnic

army and navy. With a 3enato obe
dient to his will he is only a consti-
tutional sovereign. With both houses
of congress obedient to his will. hb
might become a czar. Yet, if the 1he-
ory of our government remains oper-
ative, he is neverthle.s th- "hired
man" of the peopi chosen tor a lim
cited term of service.
That Theodore Roosevelt has arro-
gated to ihmself powers undreamed>o cf
by the makers of tue constitution, the
inspired authors of oar blste-;l renub-
lican system, seems -)o 'avo impressed
itself upon the intagln;nion of hi, rFec-
retary cf war-though Gen. Wright is
a lawyer, and has the reputation of
beiog a good one-so that in the sec-
retary's opinion he has ceased to be
a "hired man" and become an over-
lord, who may with impunity denounce
those that oppose him as "traitors to
their country" and those that contra-
dict him as "liars."
In the general's officialized fancy
"the people" have become "ground-
lings." To speak of a Roosevelt as a
"hired man" is profanation. It is to
bring vulgarism betwixt the wind and
Gen. Wright's nobility. "'Scuse me.









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Th,- ,l rrion Cwn.vy Con'. -f MT- Mr. C. I. Grace of Kendrick was -eeu "Vedlesdlay at Blitchton : \',y
tr litir% -','ink : (in a %i:il :o Salo,,av nar!ria \: (' sti I IIl ed
rla Hi A ;scarop. No. 5C;. rewirnne1 hofi<' ;;.w- ,rs. R. B. Pils+vY --i!l ive a musical by reporter of this paper SaTr,. .,,ay -args
r-hl,. ,.- ar Tir(. Tampa Friday. wh(.re they had ,',,n '(m'gh her lovely home on Mul-i i,1l lie told him of a daring robbery |h" lreTy brile bein Miss Hll.,
and had t -njeyed on'- of t h gran.'..: '. rv s1r*er in "hiC (itv in honor of ot .t r is i
M R (,, t 0 'hlearatu" is in me s of their liv,, h I 1:. ;.- . hI.-.o: ,s. while the family of Mr. 0. G. .* \- Coulter. Th.1 ReV. A. l.. Pnso"
t a,> : ,r a t, daw IIth,- pow,-r of lanuage, and,! the i;. a-'- '7.. 1 .-, as Wil a the l',nor )lin were at supper. Mr. Olin's store spoke the words that mad. hen hu.-
inalion to ,e-cribe and : 'Tray all we g-; .- ,;*, -,)ci,, iy iunh admired an ;nd th, ;osOce were entered. The ndh-d ando wit, h n ctl
D r t It, of es; r yI.-c w rnSr.eaneon.rep- -e -nficewithethis.
.lrf dtrictU She saw. enjoyed andIl heard. The s":K. (. ., ,, of eu-.u !;ave acce.te, the hieves not COl. ut with this. were the recipients o; many hart
Sth< la.k Wir district a, the .. city of TafmpTa lit-rai.. :1,, .1cs. but retired the living ,-ooms over- congratulations and god wishes trom
rIM)m? 'V* I\Vf, l.n-.ay." turned over to us old Confeds. Th-' ** l head ani carried off a trunk contain- their t'riends. anOxg whoui thby ar.
ir Rage Jc electric cars gave ns a free badly to :A ; :';i'l dinner -,arty was given ing valuables. ve'y popular.
SW D Rihy has oneo -Iride over the town when we plez.,;I in hiiuo- of Mrs. E. H. Mote of Ocala, Th"hy left the drawer containing the Mr. Coulter is a well known farmer
.0tvil. to tspnd a few days, taking and as often as we desired. The c;t\' Fla.. a the hospitable home of Mrs. stamps open, but the contents were of Blitchton and is well lik-di by all
It the. carnival attractions, officials vied with each other t.- )it F. Z. Rob-rtson Thirsday. Among untouched, as they were evidently who know him. He is a sutbcribtr

Mit ('laire Bryan of Terrell is in us through." The city schools c%, n ':-e oua of to-(,vn g1es1s were: Mrs. afraid that the stamps would lead( to to this paper, which alds its ('ongrat
tlb. rv visiting h.-r sister. Mrs. J. C. turned loose to parade with us. .-; M,-. ,, Fic-rida. Mrs. Will Allen Pu- their detection, ulations and felicitation. O thoh of
ltb .county school superintendent. W. D. vsey af t'hro. Mrs- (;eorNe Welsh of I The thieves succeeded in getting hi other friends.
I Dickenson. a Marion county boy. and Danville, y.. rnd th- Mises Hart of away with about forty dollars in cash he bride is a native of th Blitch
Mr and Mrs H. C Jones and chil-1 the Daughters. God )bless them--the Darlington. and a good many articles of value, ton neighborhood and is a charting
dren have gone to T.ake Weir to noble heroines of the Tampa Chapie * Willie Grace, the young son of Mr. young woman.
.tw-nd a couple of weeks. I-did everything in their power to .i.- The musical giv n last Thursday, C. I. Grace. met one of the supposed Mr. and Mrs. ('oulter are spending
isist and cheer us. They spreid o,.r b Mrs. Larue CreosaT) in honor of thieves, a negro man, with a trunk ir honeymoon in .acknvll n
W E Veal represents Ocala in I path with ro-es and l,.tutiful fwe Mrs. E. H. Mote of Oeala. Fla.. was He asked the negro to whom the 'joying the carnival now going on in
Tampa today. He is a guest of the and feasted uq to our hIearts' corteat. quite a delightful .r. Some thirty trunk belonged and the latter said it that city.
H bo-Tampa Ties. Thursday th'y fd at dinner unmptiu- or more of Mrs.!)'. friends were belonged to another man who had
;ously o'er flic;r hundred from lihe to invited. Mr,. Mot'"s voice is much asked him to help him "tote" it, and THE YOUNG LADIES' CARD CLUB
MIr W H. Wilson. city ticket agent Ieight o'clock with ,!h choicest vid: d., admired by a great many people here. he was waiting for him. The boy had T o
for tbh S A. L. Ry. at Tampa, spent Coi, tlless The noble heroin-.,---ho1 She r-ndered somn of 'ier very best gotten but a little distance away I he Yon su Ios Card Club l iat
yvil#rday with friends in Ocala. Daughters of the Tampa Chapt-r. selections, which iv re thoroughly en- when the negro man opened the trunk as een suc i a popu ar part f n
i -,. .' , i- i i *, i i witersocial life of Ocala for muau'
I This re-union was the greatzt -xv jayed by all lpresen'. Some home tal- on the railroad track, and quickly wer
Mr P R Lester. proprietor of the have had in this state. lent r.dded to the measures s of the plundering it took to his heels and seasons ps bas re-organztd for thi
y lmo*ria Hotel in Tampa. was in the The regular bu-iness of the ortd- evening, and deli-::.''l refreshments fled. in v h plon frri
et). wste=rday to see his family.. -was conduct- I with great car- -',,i i were s(ervel by ti- accomplished host- Mr. Olin was in town Saturday and are beg very. ply ooke frwar
Precision: indeed, nothing was le.'-, ess. swore out a warrant against certainty by the mebrs of the club. sv.
Mr J W. Sylvester went up to, done by those magnificent officer.! negroes that he suspects of the rob- teen in number.
Jacksonville yesterday to take in Ieiajr Gner ittich and A lit, a th BIsnr a he s i hpecs ofa the rob- There will be four tables of pr-
Mao- .1 itihadA1 Iit-o-u ?AnteBrs berv, anti he is in hopes that the gull-
carnival. General aill -wn i nd hr.- v:. he Hart Hill ty en will SOOn e captured, ressive whist anl if the hostHst ,.
h sires, a fifth table can be adlded Th,.
SThe. el-c'ion cf office's was -rocetJ- v,- 'w ,o -lahorae ,n enjoyable
Mr- Mistnio A. Botick is spending T ..c I e y 1 club will be entertain! alphabtia!
,. in acksonville. taking in i'ithh n ' noble soldier and 1Irell 1,y a cool m1 Sl: und under the Mr. Samu-i p. Anthony and his son, lv the members, an ill m.
This weo'.k in .1acksonville. taking in Iy h ebraa iltee y
o ear^t al atnrations. iof.c,". ..ljt'tant GenGral Macill w-a, zo!l autun "r'ea was great- Mr. Ned Anthony, have arrived in Saturlay afternoons. Mrs C., S ('1
tnani:i;, <-lectel majo!" gfnlOrai ` `- .t...'i 1 so,'ie trendss of Mrs. Ocala from Chicago to join Mrs. An- len will bhe .lls ti' st '-- ,,ll
r E. ham. he inlfali-a- ;, i'.ion. and that .rand ;;/,' I':- The.0, comi r.i-ng the jolly -honv and their vounngest son, Perry,, will entertain ,le,, li,.. :
rI r a rniavor worker aon coFnmy :nd solS.i IloT IM:l r v, r 's. t'iliam n Anln who have been here since last March, charmingly th r Saturda r
;in i :r nw ca pl. Henry \V. 1.nI wen ,.l ... 7 .' .- I.. Mo te. -s san le ;nal they ill ,.ag in make this citv noon in hov n.brier.
Si .l ( ". ....T.. '. nW ednedaiyho.T, opoiIion a- bair :: *' "iss lalMai;l Edi.-on. w lJ p(.rmanent horni:. Mr. Anthony .
he-iff 1 H Nue.. of of The hria.le. : i 'rs. Lal "Cresapi1.I ihl"y will again make this city Erastus Hopkins. ,r.,'pr. th..
iE h.riful" t '. t. Nugam 0a tu ae.hree The ex ,I- o "r .., . ,v. :-s . Z. Robertson. \\W,.,Ciav afiCrnoon 0011. until a f-w Souter Phospat' anl l*,.C. hlil
-on on:l- r.t 't 1w 'alne la r afi uek. s en1,-"vsv. ;'. ," ' is ucy Rob- l.o ihs ago Mr. Anil !o.y was living Company of )';aia. was in Inrn..s
on oti:* -tr-,Ts W oln(,s,lay. News. "
iii, r-'.l, ,nj,.y", !'ill:- ( -- !. b, 't.' W) Ky.) News. in Muncie, Indiana. li says that that \e nesla y. .(< pildat I. 1" oi
N .l, d,.r<- Sand,.rs of,; Standcard wIas v;1- ...Wp (' WqS n.joiMA TUCKER nciy twa1S enjoyillg a most phenomenal iver, wlho is .hlrnt.ll.'iu of ;
ial f. ( .Mr. ,:, Rir.c ..E "A T UCKE bomni. owing to the fact of its having company's in, ,', Flral (it' Tt,.
among ouir szami-uAlayvis00-i-j 11, ilt ~ ht P. .
i a!on .r a ,lr, l ..ii ,u. -n -,r ,-.,,. .,.r ck oil.. Thousandls of peoplle gentlem ,n we ,r, iriLo ,\.r t,,, r.,
Prof. andi rs |Iick- of B.,lle i,,w 14,, ^Tn. , t(,",' ,l .'.i, :z'.s ,, T ,, f, licked in, and ,very house and room ent- lo lp ',I -i ,, ,,l,,
and their lit', ,.ililld we-, shoplping :"\ 1. ,i. -..lit e v.:,s ,);. ., \ .... 1 ".. lle in the wa at a premiiiun. Suldenly the oil cn thyir lanl. anll r.{,-r, ,l.;, a |il i
anti ta) lit"#- en .d '%N ia chon tei anfnl eortthis;~ai
in O(ala Sanu-rlatturdd.a,-lo"No y.:, ,.lit-.11"ha.,.!1wh It his city. lwellA g ave out, the street car employ- will be built near Mr. (' ila,..
"nin. .. Mr' M ..'.::-. srrckl too much r the city was put undeh
Mvjustitout of \Nwn.-Inv,, of,.raisehif,,m
l ("ap~t..lJohn L.. ln'z1 .s wa.s in Ocala al i:' i~ir "'.,'- .XlyM ('], 1i'u, "'I ., :-, (.,,, ',i "-'',,1 V\w 1--Is of ipraise from en struca ka thel cit vh wa us e out onlyr ji tsuhcfle.-n.erue'-~ i
Sran. Jlohn .-. lI";-v. w amFu in Ocala '!"! .61 1 i*l law andt in t lhe course of only ie
la turdav en rot"l+ t .Iack sonville .NimlinI. t',,., : in. l .-1,1,<\v,' i: .' : -. !,.' h. ;a .. howayer" few weeks twenty ,housanl peoI)le
fromPor Ingis.the-i~h,- ~ 1,' ~j:c Isa,\ 1,, p ur e I a'M-forher 1life. WVe have
from Port Inglis. :h,..i .-h-,, , 'i I 'a' .: I, o::l. ,'. hofor l i n la had left. the city. The business Uill- The Reading Clu., une.'tI n i \vh
.... J ,4 i iorTr ('l" ei +,ns.. "*1 ro l v-,: of 011r leadling lav- >e ., "'''' !n. ...u of 0 leaion heaval was something tremendous. Miss Susie Fort wa a v.ry |i.',n 1
Miss Julia MeCredie came down to (N..\- v.. .,nh,nj!.wrs. z B. [ic- "'- ,labrs O o The former friends of thete n*Anthony Thse mmr,,s ar' '-. *'T.*'
one. Th oeil+rslabors.n O',norf
e Ocala Saterday toh aya short isi to n-on. e. ,. . family are delighted to again have iss Fort. Miss lal. Mrs. !',.r,.
her mother, who resides in this city. I ('n'! c eI ; his rat lr h,-' ,- T:I . 'i.,)' two young people m as citizens of Ocala. Tee Mrs MK r-
Isho, ,ii,'le witholt eXl;esin5 II ill" h ,-.lring their education for as citizens of Ocala.s g. M r
Sr. E. H. Nione has again opened; sincere ,*.'n1.. and co,,gratl'..-i...ntls .01 !t., f'a n .i',l! because of the help Dr. leill of Jacksonville, one of Loamsly. MiThe caCrl uy hi..,t ;rva,.f K,,'I
lone of his bai-,r'1 factories here.- th,, nobl,, an,! generous andl -o.--1' rce,1 hle !.ening o her Bi- that city's most prominent physicians, is n engaging th" at!,,,lt, ,,f a,.'
tLoesburg C'omnorcial. Ile people of Tampa. es;icica i" x .1 rin ...'"aalings. Time cannot tell the "
ipart icularlx- u'e noble v.'oinh :. fll('t.'alll''et lof h u sefulness. Only'setysedyi Oaa aigbe members of this club) a!,,l tlev at,',.'
M.lree h for T ompa. all o influenesw called here in consultation with Dr. thoroughly enjoying th,' ne..,-tiugs
Mrs. Hary C. Croom a:.,! little son, Three for Tal,'.. wh,: all h,1 inPuences which have ^Powers in the case of Mrs. ,1. E. Nxt week
came home Saurdlay from a short vis- Respl)C;!..,'t.. beenl s,. in motion by her work shall hoi t week the chli^ rae,"s with Mlisa
it with Mrs 1.. B. Sanders at Br(,.,k-- \V. l')l'l" ) lie bro,,ug', to tfll fruition shall we be hoI)ular young woman are very much __
Svinlle.,.e ;o .au,, the value of this Christ- grieved to learn of the alarming turn Mrs. Sumter I .iw,.,-y has hal two
MR. PETTEWAY WRITES A GOOD l|Xe lie.-Flori,la Christian Advocate. i h ils an a ar h charming gue.ts \ ith h.r since tile
Mrs. Mazie Lyles arnd little dlaugh- LETTER I her ultimate recovery as there is no fore-uio Ms 'lr a "r Ms ,
ter. Dorothy. went out to Blitchton j_---- LIKES THE SHORTHORN BEST h l t c y t i no r li ; (,a"a a M;'l
Satrda afernon or shrt tayJ)':~ Pl.. ct.~ l~a~ --more popular young woman in our Gray, of 5t. Pet,,rsbiig. They are 'he'
"f. .^, ^ ,, 1 H1city.' An operation was performed at ,datught.'rs of Re". ('has. (ray, anaI
with relatives. D Hr Fri",,, '^ i ty wo7 r !. Fla., Aug. 2. 190. ,
.\tAl the ,. ,-.lri". h 'lio'l. herewith Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, Ocala. Fla.oso tY'* -ir. nPanv fuiena' iret,,nt r i hat thIv
.. .A. th, b-xtn ot. .. ... .. Dr. Powers, Dr. Leill and Dr. Newsom.' le'fi fe-, their }e:ra~e an Pt,,ergiautir l

Mr. G. B. Tankersley. wte wel lear S--Repl)lyig to yours o July Mrs. Chace stood the operation well
,-ena os- n ioT h rvl -d DerS
known Coleman planter, was in Ocala n y i o 2 Iam glad to say that we are an whil cest o a it s op tioeltis'
Saturday. having just returned from Krn- fund. I didnotofaih itilote voeory lnl i eas. ,, he the calves. a nh ie ver we s e only pe ea. on anra ra on
e-leventh hour because Il-.vasat al:01 (,uea;! ih heclvs
a pleasant visit in e pu "n Ti have mnade fine hulls,ana hile her improvement will now e only a
pth ence. poli ically, but on the pig. matter of time. young lay would, be hard to find.-,
financially. However. being so ]at,, we have only a few calves from them
Miss Inez Tolmie, a talented ''voice: finTnh'
Mteacer. has arrived in Ocala and will contributing andi having so much con- as vt v.e are very much. pleased. I T m H a
flahrnc in. arriad in Oaaa hope that I mav have the pleasure of Thoasr. r. o o ta
teher, has arrived in iatoy and wi- veteran journalist, Editor Frank Har- Mr. and Mrs. j. C. littlee spent the
spend the winter here, and expects fiitenoe inaBryan'snvictoryanand know- hop t h at I ayanur er. Tho mas H. Ha r rin ofha t
o t ing if lie wins I can vink(, two lolasisiting your far again.i. of the Ocala Banner and himself
\Vtahe roesnhe.o have ispoe,! of both our De- r a Ban an hl I en in Sa nah looking for a
to teac her prfessionhere. where I only makt; ono now. I enr~seio ersdne ti n~c est
Rv |o CFwhere I only makd one now. I enlose a Hereford ulls We lik the a talented newspaper man. is in the wee i S lokn o
Rev. Harmon C. Martin of Fort Mc-to lollars istea of one. Short n best city taking in the carnival. Mr. Har'! Jaicksonville people that they are to
Coy was numbered among the numer-1 Very respectfully, h et ris states that the growth and pros-move from this city, and their visits
SAM XV. PETTENVAY..ours vcry tuly. leiyo akovlei oic f
ous out of town visitors in the Brick SAM W. PETTEWAY..o friends here will be anticipate
City Saturday. .1. E. HAYNNES\VoRTH. riy o Ja so vlei a so re o .t find h re w lle ati ptd
C-"itri Saturday. I .. .HA ESOTpide to the people of his section of with the greatest )leasur,.-Metrop-
The Countess Szechenyi. of Bua- CAME TO OCALA IN AUTOMOBILE: HAVE MOVED TO OCALA the state and that there is a concen-1r
Te for ery iss Gays o nd- ____ treated effort afoot to make Florida's Mrs. I.ittle is a sister of Mrs. E. P.
pest. formerly Miss G Thrower. r.. of Gaines-! Mr. S. (. Mavnard of Rock Springs metropolis greater and better than Rntz of this city, an(l is well known

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niarri."! at 4 Ilrat la.'-' lMot. I i% iahi
have' now gtile'- 'a, ',ll*.g. |Parkh I;*
awh'r,'a te-v M ill r* -m4, Th. 4k-al1
trie'nls of Mi"- ',x r il;a l 'i s inw
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from her re('* nt aillnl*e-v ?o Ie o,.

WATCH for the large advert#e*m t
in next week's paper, telling you a0
about the Great Railroad Wreck Sal
to take place in Ocala on 4Novomnbw
14th, when four carloads of go* & 4ll1
be sold. Don't fail to read it in ,-int
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________ __________HIMSELF ithe exact, $518.500-were contributed HAM PARALLEL AND A PICTURE
| ---{by the men and corporations precise he president of the nited States
S' Just at the closing of th-e campaign ly and identically as charged by Judge Lincoln. Neb., October 22, 190T.h rsdt of s
of 1964. to-wit: On the 31st d(lay of Oc- Parker. Mr. J. M. Graam, Ocala, Fla.: ma violate the obligations of his
tober of that year. Judge Alton B. These charges are undenied and j Dear Sir-the committee has g a eat the d
Parker. the democratic presidentiaTl undeniable, so in the face of them thought it wise to arrange dates for o his office: he may throw the who.'
? SS nominee, made a speech in Madison what are honest men. what is the av- me in the doubtful states, and there- ower of his administration into lt
Square Garden. New York City. that erage man. to think of President fore I have not hadil time to visit the naming of a successor and to elect
T \ ^ attracted widespread attention, and Roosevelt's accusation of himself? states known to be certainly demo- him p ge int the activities f the
1 \ ISstruck the public conscience with "Mr. Paker's accusation against cratic. I wish you would explain the pen field of battle while exhautin
ssuch overwhelming force that the po- Mr. Cortelyou and me are mon- matter to democratic friends there and the agencies of the secret servi s i-

Yot flag and my flag, and how it flies litical tide was turned toward him so strous. If true they would brand assure them that my absence is not on the collection of campaign funIs
today; plainly that it was observed by even both of us forever with infamy." due to lack of interest in them. but ut if the democrats question th
l your land and my land and half the the most obtuse in such matters. Good men all over this country be- to the fact thta I can serve them bet- things-if they ask why, tean" e a
world away;
world away r Judge Parker openly and ibolly lived President Roosevelt to have ter by helping to win a national vic- resnin t n utterancenf
-o -e an"lo e t tpsfr ug a~roen a~ .MV, ., . ** ,1 i,^,ia Nicholas Longworth. the presilent'.
ever gleam; charged that the great moneyed in- been wronged, and in order to vindi- tory than by visits which., while pleas- rile
S fow white and soul white, the de4 aterests of the country, at the dicta- cate him andti rebuke Judge Parker ant. would not add to our strength in sonin-la, th are either rail at
forefathers' dream as maligfnants, or l)ooh-poohed as ,lis-
If blue and true blue, with stars that tion of Mr. Cortelyou. were subscrib- he was elected by the largest major- the electoral college .s
Sgloeam rd oight h ing large sums of money to the re- ity ever given a candidate for this I shall visit the south after the coverers of mess o
b.e gloried guidon of the day, a shel- hih office election The favorable r rt we I
ter through the night, publican campaign fund in the most high office election. The favorable report we Hs, the olhe aon
shameful and pernicious manner, and hat are the American people to are receiving lead me to hope that I standpatsi, the volunteer attorney
Touw flag and my flag, and oh. how acceptance by that arty mant think of him following thile astounding may come as the lpresident-elect and of every id ognz
much it holds! is acceptance by that parr\ mi "at c
o lana and my land secure within peril to our republican institutions, revelations which prove beyond cavil share with yoir peol)le in the rejoic- sugar trust to federal steel may say
Ites folds; In the course of his remarks I.ulge tnat he knowingly and deliberately I ing that will follow a triumph fr the lthat the lectinofa tin ,f
o heart and my heart beat quick Parker said perverted! the facts within his knowl- democratic principles and polici-s. pi nt i
at the sight: Parker said: the country into the hands of a re-
GSn-kissed and wind-tossed, the red "Now. I know. as you know. that g eed not say anything i explana-
Lnd blue and white; "i nler t -fra Ought he no;-u.sin his own lan- tion or in support of our i ptform, c r out ruk a
fte one flag. the great flag, the flag for money is required in order to lf ra -t orrat declares that arustbit is t'i,
me and you; the expenses of a campaign. Under 'uage-to )e forever branded with. in- Your people are acquainted ,, t retheasm i
Glorified all else beside., the red and right conditions the collection an ox- fame"?i issues antil understand thile import- corner-stone o repucanis an
white and blue. ance of a national ,1,i.ocratic vie- )oints to Arich. in the sfnatl., an!l
.- -pendliture are equally legitimate. but M RATI PARTY r i ;,r Cannon in the hos, as clear rf.
FRANK HARRIS. Editor. the spectacle of demanding campaign SHALL THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY o wsh ho'v ; on a traitor to American in-
P. V. Leavengood, Busine" Manager. funds now l)resentedl to this country DIE? would impress upon the .otirs of your t o e
a section the necessity 9% cpolliriz dusteries. In short, the philosophy of
-i-- is. when rightly regarded, of a char- Th. rel)ul)licans seek only to defeat largest possible vot. in he sonIttarn :he journals we have in mind teaches
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1908 acter to shock the moral sense. the ,iemnocraic party, but Mr. Hearst.,larst po t n fiaj
"We shall do well to pause for a Mr. ason an Mr. Debs are seeking states. Thire are two ,asin, for that a r l)ican majority of ones--
moment anti ask whither we are drift- to destroy it. this. First. every vott, cast in .ht, I no matter how ottainetconstit
O ATI T moment anti ask whither we are drift o distro south adds to the lOlnl'r v" ot i the patriotism and prosperity, but a ,tm-
DEMOCRA'IIC TICKET ing--drifting in our indifference to The ambition of each of them ih to nation, anti we need a lpula ajor- t majority of one hundred thous
-- right standards andti to our oldt-fash- build upon the ruins of the democracy itv as well as a major' in ,h. c-a treason and ruin thouh
Na~onaantiespellsdtreason and ruin.crthoush
S. Nal t l oned standards. Congress creates a a new party. In consequence these toral college. A popular majority will represents the free suffrage of the
WM J. BRYAN. new department of commerce and la- three former supporters and warm give a public endorsement ,i 1 a nr- un)rotected. unsubsitized. unpurchas-
Vice President of the United States-bor. Of that department the presi- adherents of Mr. Bryan are now his al support which will i)e ne-Iedl in ed and unpurchasable masses of the
JOHN W. KERN. dent of the United States appoints a most implacable enemies. They as- carrying (l the olici ou linI wep who hay the woo., haul ile
United Statess=Lator- secretary. That secretary was a pri- sail him nimor- vigorously and vintlict- platformn w, and po the tax.-Louisville
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER. vate secretary. Within that depart- ivel than does any rel)ul)lican lead- e platform io.uri urnal
Member of Congress. 1st District- i i' i. Our dleniocratic 0vol. in > -1 so' 1
em r f.1 Dment provislon is made for the collec- er. They attack the democratic l)ar- h, i.-lto.
S. M. SPARKMAN. tion from large corporations, includ- t far moe fiercely an u .nsct isiiall falls several h-ii tlou arn t o the
Presidential Electors--- an short of what it rig ,,,, ,', ,.ir-ly an-. a
tH.i P. BAILEY. in. the so-called trusts, of informa- I- than ,1 lo.s Mr,. Roosevelt or tMr. cauIse the Mrnl(Roos.r:yl ,or ,,ot fooM of bank dlposit- i.. >t.'a
ROBT. E. DAVIS. tion which.. it is to be borne in min.l T ift. that tlhr votes art: ntcsay in tl 'an at lilts t wl in T,,
P. W BUTLER. is to t- submitel to the. l'.i,ls.nt i for The Worl, has no iliusio ai,, st ate ani cones -inal contests. l h of a i.,,' .-. (;.rmtn ta! tt,.:
GEORG C. MARTIN. public o!" private use, as he may Ii- th defect s of the democratic part, nish vot woldlk(, it your usin Vhen I os to le k to ",,"',w
SAMUEL PASCO. rec: By zrac, of the saint- ,x'fct- s now raniz an is not ,lisosed t ou it ir oin t.
* "i ,to sO ,h n ,.v,-ry ,i.., ,,,<.n .,r i< vo ei izlannd i's "t" *' ,. K t o Sea' 0 t*O >*lily f; ,
state1ti.r ,sra I. secretary t i-,: t ininini zIe i7(-hIl ). bIIt wo' ll, th I -oli!" s ('!it1 is oll'd is vl,-a- ,(I : fy''a , *, jiy st efir'.. \v,,: I
Comptroller- who I *I-',1'i men, 'this form it'lln i aii,,i0 () r lose ii" te ,lmo(t,.ratl i(< i, ,,,r'.' .. .. >. ,, i l, ..\ l
A. C. CROOM. collec!'-,I. l,'o wiii- l tina ioln.; Chi.hi't, i.' ill" eiN t llV '' an a hloai'
Railroad Commissioner- o: t he r(.Iuilicii corn lll'.il4 'j.. I I, > a h a l I ir t.-:'It 1 t .1 1,1 t ..-
s,,'V ," ; V t>.l ll'y ,r a D ,; 'lI Ippori -hTa" 1,, ] r l., Ii+ -,','+
ROYAL C. DUN.N. (1t ii. h l i.-n a!. ili ils i )c();v ,,ool iP1 l'la(',. \Visl,1) s(: 'h (1 T .,
Treasurer-Tit)C 10!'I hI :h "iu'llt)'t- ('F \eIt'.
parte caVf011 111(4thtt ol' -, s!.' intelli-
W V. KNOTT. 't. I"t '1 m i,"1 ,i, i,; h..t ",' .'-:1r, ,t' \' '. :,' h *. : "r-
Secretary of State-- *, i" "- O t lh ^ .l it. I Ii-;, l .,"1 o i,,o lion I, o n.iP,, ii. oIn n I f n 1 i1,1 1: !, t, I hat '!e,'" ', ', '. .
H. CLAY CRAW FORD. i ,.r. l !. ,:,,. ,i ,.,,0'ai. >r ? Wo,!l i l ' 1 ' t ,I h
Governor- ,-.c, i\,ti II'On ,his '1aWliZ-,d iip. i ,il l. jal;ifi il t o ( \,. <.,. -i l-l. ; ;1(,,III' ;! 1 l,,. Ii:,. ] ,I ,. ,i
Attorney General- T "hiaC R i is. i lt t rci 0 slta'ti or at l'e ', l Sitate I' O l w11 1 l, N ,,I 1i !t,:as- t' ,,
PARK M. TRAMMELL. 'ay i n ll i; is lua1,+ ln c:s, 01f viciory at 'lh+. l i n* T,,,; -,!:tv'' it.,,11+.. Tot-,. (.h un-0, ire
State Supt. of Public Instruction- i o .rf. ,)wi' t,''-asur\- to ,;', c rmit- "I h ,. r*c lart\ wej t *, toi' o ,ih rn r,, i,,,n \ 'v n ,-lv ti'lv a,;iltiet-ni. 'Tte *-
W M. M. HOLLO VWAY. t,-,. of which thi ,)ioast is op.nly an thl. l e v v of the, ,old whig lI ^,,v niot ^ !nTo ) l.'il ^i wti,' \shttlin li,1. t -^i-
Cn nmmissioner of Agriculture--- con sta nti mah' ike the reiu blican patv 'of "S5 s5ns. The, lar'-r tl, \<>t,, tol,., a r le '4
B. E. McLIN | "'.h,,,^h ,h1 a 1,o i \>,*i-ltl lttk(v th, less the influence of such an ar-
Jastices of the Supreme Court- Lh his ma e.uent. Please assist uas to t ^ e- elasfhinking.
WILLIAM A. HOCKER. Ito th conscience of the republican tie ew- organization would not be I
lh ent of y-our ability in 1 h,- effort ao
THOS. M. SHACKLEPORD. leaders. it mu-t. I firmly believ.-!)e T'colncwoltl an Sewards and Greelev'.s '!secure th- la B).mryan's tollr' through Indianta lefx
Countyti^0"" condi'emnedI as nothing short of scan- TI 11l~ be 11at ad Des~ ^ the .largst du(*mo-ratic vot' that state in a blaze of exultant ex-1I
Representatives--,aosntale b my-sel or ever~ Vtsn. l)Olt eajointh eer sou,'th,-antifo the lar- vleb-sv. ie rpr~es n-
W. D. CARN of Oala. For democracy ,h- v ever poriet yn the south, an;l the lart cit+a.-nt, and ho was met in Ioui--
L. w. oGHT of Reddick. democratic party, but by the Amer- w substitute socialism and semi- "ville y seven miles or Ia'aders. on1
LSLGH ofRdikdellichrt.luby Xer'tional ticket. u~,o 1gr alages t, a-
O SuHty Judge- L can people as well. socialism, appealing not to princil e Thanking you for the assistance yu hlred s irl campaigners an car-
Ol erBkEoLfcof OralC o"It is said uy Mrt Hay that the char- to discontent and to class hatred., ahailslon fin the ampan I a d fireworks; but more t
f T SSTRUt of Ocala acter of Mr. Lincoln furnishes the Where the issue now is between p)Uhave g:ven ts in the campaign I a' he was met lby a united andi so'tl do-
therif-- standar,! for Mr. Roosevelt in his tocracv and democracy, the issue Vry truf T, mocracy. His star is in the ascentd-!
JOHN P. GALLOWAY of Ocala. conduct as president. I do not have woul^t then lye between republicanism W. ,. 1 R. A' ant. ;

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Afte Other Treatmect Faile...
Eczema in Raw Spot on %
Boy's Face Lasted fo r M,)rtw'o-m I
Cried with Pain wien Waum&

U(') balW lh-'W, rta t- ,... ,
sew iaon tiLA fae.'..WI
old. O)no* ji~A--41 nt~.-
the s.ize tt 1a i u 'i i *&A 4tv
steak f)r thre'.' in.' rP t 'tI I a' 4
cry #out when I lot-aIi-j t ISa .--#
Were 601'" ean, '1)r,r'. -'-n 1 .. 0-
thr*,*, mnuat h"i ri'. tro-Jr''4
docwtow, I autat t he'-*,1ti I f
child wa.4 no) oot~telf.-r
rrecommionoe-lbleNI it .'rot '
cake' of ('1014'ura *oo- tt.
bX(of ('Ctur a itJr.
and falve'a. a Sr g
baby's. lIf-t' A ti-w y
half (lil antifol -,/ t iflm t' '4t '-
I ani rdIti -al ii .C ?to!- .
think it. is.the'*at
mLAt'AI. I k 11 nruIh'la v tt'
face' cloan-el .0 itt jf...
thankful far wu-al ( .1 "
fi r u.4. MrA. M. I.- lift"~
Alton. Kati., Stay I I w-A J ~

AntiseptiChC3.S109Imis am.
Accompliihed by Cutkars.
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The Tampa Tropical leo Facor"', lloxv swit'lly The lllf of

tbe Nvork of ever- iriw man,

Tax Collector- to pause to hear your thundering anI socialism. Democracy, which for TM ASO TH R Q MA
E. CARNEY of Oal. 'No'" when I ask 'Would Lincoln have more than a century has exerte TOM WATSON ON THE RAIN QUEER MAN
Assesor---done or permitted this to be donee' DROP
ALFRED AYER of Ocla. don or p this to one powerful an influence upon Americai _--
Treamurer- "The whole performance is a shame- institutions would finally be eliminat- This life is full of funny thing.-
THOS. E. PASTEUR of Ocala. less exhibition of a willingness to eut. Mr. Carlisle. somewhere in his vol- We count them by the score.
County Surveyorlb make compromise with decency that The republican party in this cam- luminous writings, has this sentiment, For instance, man is made of dust
W. A. MOORHEAD. of Ocala. sums of money may be gathered to- paign is fighting only for office. The l"Cast forth thy act. thy word into the And yet he's out for more.
Bupt. Public Instruction- gether sufficiently vast to justify the democratic part is fighting for ever-living, ever-working universe: it -Baltimore American Star.
J. H. BRINSON. insolent boast, even now made, that life. If it ies.'the Jeffersonian the- is see-grain that cannot (ie: unno-
fo^nty Commissioners~- there is no question as to the success ory of government dies with it. tice1 today, it will found flourish- Ocala is busy with arrannts
Dis. i-George MacKay,Ocala. which by such a course, republican Whatever the independent o inglike a banyan grove after a lhous- f a cnty fair. The pople of the
Dist. 2-J. M. Mathews, Flemington. manger yscnienlursedrict. h m whatever the independent vorates"
Dis. 3-M. M. Proctor Pedro. managers confidently predict. The ma think of the present democraic an ears rick city are enthusiastic antd iro-
Bis. 4-N. A. Fort, Lynne. performance is entitled only to the organization, can he doubt for an in- The rain-Irop slips from the coud pose to make the fair an annual event,
Dis. 5-W. J. Crosby Citra. credit that it in no sense partakes of stunth nec'i f-or preserving .e above. sinks into the soil where The This lear tee fair will be heli about
M members of SchoolBoard- hypocrisy. It is as bold as it is im- d ric party.--Vorli.. seo1 li's buriol alt_ says to it: "I am h t Do c'mler-St A"US
Dis. 1-Isaac Stevens, Ocala. hprocrisy. itdiseasiboldai im- ocratic parly?-Wobl. the Resurrection mnti the Life:"trick-t
Dis. 2-B. R. Blitch. Blitchton. proper and indefensible." ____the Rsurrction an t Ife trik- Rcrd.
LIst. 3-J. S. Grantham, Ft. McCoy. .Ju'lge Parker's arraignment of the THE POLL OF THE NEW YORK les onwar thLrouTh flitild an(I forest, -.....- .
C-un- -- Tlrepublican party thus strongly antit PRINTING OFFICES seeking the brook, and (1ith, the brook Presilent A. A. Murphree of the
Count Tolstoy wants Bryan elected, his bolrbieclaration thau th. . corporate interoes;:s of thet, country Some ie ack th New York Her- leadingg in the ae an far- see. anl Mrs. Murphree. have the
Mr. John Temple Graves is acttially were furnishing it with thie 'sinewsa he i aec 1h al Y0 H i inlg onward 1ntil it reaches ihe great ytnpathy of he l)eo)le of Floritla in
i~~~~~~~~Adl,l1h,t1a, secre i, lot poill f h du o a.fro m which i! is liftoil lv t er biyr,\-ne t tei ,c nl
accusing Mr. Bryan of inconsistency, of war." in r'sl)on.-,' to the uldift o1 ',4 0l". -nt d conosin- Sa frl Whh is ft!l hir sa1 'aveen. thir secon
...-.-.- the "'bi suick ll'-duc a proou, nd ,ak fo,..fiflhs of the ballots were in wto vhiite han Henry \Vaierson pre licts Brvan's .-ensa tiiIon. anidd co11.i he lihave s ainu',! [.. o ry home in tle clouds. 10 start once o1"e' i (i'i ;a. at Bryan lall.
election by a landslide, hi.- clii rs 1,v *,crumein;tv' arv vit.'' fr omi tit' skies wilh its "'S "t' ..
e c o- elLast Fri'lav the New Y ork World i .. .-
.... . h, 1i, le'ion returns in all prolability hal a ..-.ere' poll of its comflosing ,ry s o ()f ra-s an, rai n Ajutant iGeneral Ma ill of .oacl-.
]~~flower:.. ..Il am 0th,,R,,s;tr,.',c'ion anti s n i!, w s e,(te{ e n m nl, o !
The forest fires in Michigan are would ha-ve tol! a ,differentT story. B,1,, roiwI hanl here is what the Worlt f'n anl i coanr for
omewhai abaed unfor; while Itle l- truth was y ohi- he ontelrt at erans at
-.known ThIt- facts weX-Or' tunll4bTainal,l. l.... .t : Nothing is, v-Ise t'f.. ,I elitV' that h n.' ,' '. 1 }ni Tnn ,, u I

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The New York Produce News of
sA aturday says that receipts of Florida
oranges have been practically the

1L&.ame as last week. The market has
shown a much better tone, however,
and there has been a good demand
for fancy fruit. The main inquiry
seems to be for 176s and the larger
sizes. The 200s and 216s are duller
and are not taken readily by the
trade. As has been the case since
the season started, there hals been
considerable green and immature
z here and this has been selling
ly at irregular prices, most of it
under $1.75. Receivers here learn
that receipts will be considerably
heavier next week as the movement
from Florida is growing all the time.
Ow Last week the News printed an in-
itew with E. R. Brackett of the
R. Brackett Co.. in which he saidl
that the constant rains were hurting
the Florida crops. The News is in
receipt of a letter from Chase & Co..
of Jacksonville. under date of Octo-
ber 21. in which they take issue with
this statement. Following is the com-
"There is no truth in the report that
Florida oranges have been injured b1
too much rain. The writer has been
an orange grower in Florida for 25
years. We always have heavy rains
in September. While the rainfall dur-
ing September was more than the av-
erage for the year it was normal.
Plenty of rain just before the fruit
matures always insures a crop of the
very finest quality. Just as soon as we
Vhaveo cool. reasonablee weather, which
always prev-ails in October and No.
member, you will find that Florida will
be up to her usual standard. The last
few years ha-ve been dry ones and
the crop has- suffered in quality andl
quantity. The ample rains in Setll',111- have filled u;1 tht- waTr cour'--s
all over the sta' t. and w,1 ar-. in l,'t-
t<" 51I01.;" a< 1 s" : .a w '<'"' ,20t ;1.i'
W.- l.: s I li r si v.':i1 ] -iont.s.
Tni- is 'Ih ir,'V i,! ti the v-, lI.,- bui-
r -tau eCO t,I- \,r i<', o';r s ,.^':.' ,In "-, ;;,-
rt a, iC i U '- -' .; "" !v

Good Season Predicted

men who ha\,, 1.-,n t'.irUughi Floridia
i- tia; "h:s sta--'ii s oi,;l' be a v, .r.
o' I).,: on T.v y-ay thai th,' rain so
Sfar has not been isuici.n to damagee
the oranges to a:iy great a(xteni anid
they look fo-r ,Ihe comi.iL.z crop to be
the best that la.s como o*i 'f ii3 '
state for a good many years. Buyers
e not down thl-re in any number and
IL few on hand are paying v-ery lwr
prices for the fru-it The indications
are that the orange growers will do
well this 9?ason to get 75c .'S5c a box
for their fruit on the trees. This con-
dition is due largely to the financial
stringency in the north, and no; en-
e'ely to the sUipping of green frui*.
SThe California Valeucia market has
aain been very active. The highest
prices of the season were realized "his
week when some extra fine stock of
the Old Mission brand brought $7.37.
Receipts have been extremely ligN.
b averaging not over three cars a day.
The weather has been ideal for or-
ange sales. Combined with the light
receipts, this has caused an advance
of fully 5',T775c a b.ox on the best
grades of fruit. Tihe eating quality
and conlition of lth, Valencias have
been exceptional ,y goo. i for this time
of year. Advic"- ironm California.
bowv oxer. are that ,h' Valb ncias are
lri T' well clearr, up :nl around the
fir> --or middle o Nov\,-mt':. smip-
ir tii's, ot nI) \als will (co-lnll tl ( -. Th,1
,''tr,,r;i ran-r. on o:'.:1'1-n l" irn i this
x ,.'.k has I ',-.1 : *;- : i '- '. *$:.'; ..
1.',">. uo _'21 ;s. $7, ,' o.".'

Porto Rico Fruit improves




Monday and Tuesday of this week.
marked an epoch in the history of
Sanford. for on those days the real
work on the Sanford & Everglades
railroad was commenced. For many
weeks past the papers have been full
of notes about this new road and the
survey work taking place, but this
week the reality was forced upon the
people when the work of grading act-
ually began. All day Monday and
Tuesday large parties drove out or
walked out to view this most impor-
tant start in Sanford's march of pro-
The right of way starts from the
connection of the Oveido branch of
-he A. C. I... near Park avenue, and
crosses Sanford avenue near the
Close place, taking a southeast course
through, the celery delta and the rich-
est farming country in the entire
so:,i Ii.
Men and tetanus are as bl)usy as blee
breaking the Zroun-l anl filling in.
antd lre,-,.,1 iy alln efficient c(rps of iund.r Tihe supervision of
Chief Enginee-r (Giun. the wvork is be-
in- rushoti through. Tithe colipa nivy x-
p-ctling to have the first five mihs
ready for cars the fir-t day of Fehru-

l-aving outside the great benefit S
to be d,-rir,-d by thie celery growers
and the p1op1.' of Sanford,. this new
road. after leaving t.h- celery delta,
will traverse some of the richest tim-
ber tracts in Florida. and the right of
way to the southern enId of Florida
will ,Io much toward ol)(.ning u t is
vast region which for years lhas laidl
idle. only awaiting the adlvent of the
s;,el rails to awaken it into life anil
A'Ter Th(" completion of tihe first
five n il'.- l!h;'roui5- the celer-y ,'la.
tb- SanIr,1 T,,rot ion Co.. which h;.s
al. aily o -.ti',li a ('chirier from l tic'
ci'y. xwill (coni('Il with the railr:)aI
r(.ia, iili a I r:;,': il 'e r il t iU, ltnCo -'.,
"' 01t s S;il',K].j,. T}',iS E2 P 1 'h,

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.'o)!n, 1 1i, 1t.i rli,, t- E v-,r rad aP.,l ,h, Son'ord Traction CiX>., an.ld
on l:," t'; o futir can uii fill Sanifil oi f
aft'r years.-Sanfordl Herald.


Have ylou ever liepn so fortunate as
to have Ilhe friendship of a d(log? The
i feeling of love and friendship is at-
Tributedl usually to hunan lbeinIgs.
alone. but anyone who has ever 1been
loved by a dog will bear nie out in
Sthe statement that there is no tender-
ter devotion than his. no deeper affec-
tion or more unselfish attachment.
SHe obeys like a child, defends like a
tizer. is happy when you are happy
and lmiserableh when you are said.
SLook a, him as h- lies there at your
feet whiip you read your evening pa-
per. H'. watch's every motion with
STho.-e stoa t ast. beautiful eyes. Hl is
OI. o ln e alrtit for any order you !av
-i#ve. st'listive to Vyo0lr sl lghtist 1lo0 e-
imonr.. You zo awvay iandt leave him.
14 w.t. patientl yi., yvour rotur A
o1 2 -.'.,'aniton -breaks his 1-art. !,
c'\vi, ref-us .es fo(.i aid is 1"estl-ss aidl
Sunlii;>rly untiil youri l'.'c,, ,-i"e;- dw
i hi, him .111 il A!i,'l'd 'ti w he o elw
i onic.'. o t'' i""" \ '\li xv li'. .ill i i-t ( 'I n--
Tti'-.-ia--; 'w lV il I ;I" ;i: and il' 'i oe' 1 e -
f; i i : 1 ,e t \ i : ; v i< l ; ; p a :I 1 ] \ ; y .
.i, iSu I T's xol .i 1 'l ie i :i
'it}o.,. ( iI%',ii c' Ilo:1 ; I, in .',,
\ V ; .il li', w o *"i : 1"i V, p.14 ilo s >. Il
o \ ':e. ."l..i v! -. "h' '. i.-' l i "-
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'.:;s. Y | ; (',il 1. I v,'\-" l- (u i I fo -;I t -
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Lynne, Fla., Oct. 27, 190S.
To the Editor Ocala Banner:
Give me only a little space to reply
to the communication of C. W. M., in
your issue of the 22nd inst. I do not
know who he is. A man who shoots
from the bushes always has the ad-
vantage of a man who is not ashamed
of his name nor the argument he
makes. In the first place, there is no
argument in his "low nung" insinua-
tion. In the second place, I have no
desire to discuss a moral question
with a public gambler-he offered to
"bet his horse. Jim. against a Thanks-
giving turkey."
His writings bear the ear-marks of
a "calamity howler"-one born on
the wrong time of the moon; one like
Ishmael of old, whose hand is against
every man who does not look through
his glasses; one who is madl with
whiskey because he cannot drink it
all hiimself; one who is not willing to
submit to tlhe majority rule in I)poli-
tics nor religion: one who has re-
peatedly failed to get his man in and
failed occasionally to get himself in:
one who is on one side of a question
sometimes and sometimes on the oth-
er side-like the chamelion blizzard)
-green when on th )bush and gray
when on the fence. Such an erratic
man will never succeed in electing a
president of these United States, nor
even run a county dry.
Without egotism. I will venture the
assertion that I have given more dol-
lars to run this and other counties of
the state dry than he ever gave cents.
I very much loul)t if lihe will vote for
all tlihe nominees of the democratic
;)arty in next Tuesday's election. I
eag It) assure him that shall I live to
(o I( to e i)oll-, on thce :1rd prox.. I
shall volte for every nan from Bryan
down to (co5si,!)],'. nominate(d by the
eltncra.',ic par:v. incllidin Mess-rs.
Ci;tl ant.Ii iht.1 My nlighlorsl will
ito ]i; v. is,. \ iii C. \V. M. io as
a .uch 2Or \v:;]1 h vote for (taiia tor

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,li;:! \Viio 1 ,1iplov5s hl 1. In, X. xw York
(;tn.I I \V'ri irtl was l',d ,) i, :) ktl<'
.a rp;' ]il-Ohi si4'~ 'e:' andi v.'as ii: >)i;
''d Is a t "inocr:i (e0-1. \\'ri'i-it is
ju:.- i.- nImuchl a dliiiocrat as lie i a
('hiniaman-an(l 1no more.
Any mani h is a ri-ht to change :is
politics. No :nitn has a right to speak '
to a republican audience in the inter-
est of the republican ticket and call
himself a democrat.
Gen. Wrilght is a good nlan. a goo.1
citizen anl no doubt a good official.
tHe was a good Confederate solli,-r.
There is no s!ain uopn his record. The
south likes hinl and has no serious
objection to his being a republican.
Hundreds of good men have gone
into the republican camps and not
lost a friend. Gen. Wright is a re-
publican holding a republican office,
eating republican bread and making
republican speeches and is wishing
for republican success. He o,(-s
wrong to permit any- man to introdlunce
him as a democrat. That is sailing
under false colors andl a good man
cannot afford, to dlo that. He could
not deceive his own wife into tlha-
ing- him a democrat, and certainly vno
11man i tI li 'niie States thinks G(In.
\ri.Lta (ertocrljt .--Bi'mingh al
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Every man who applied for work at
the Sheltering Home of the Unem-
ployed, No. 20, Duane street, last Sat-
urday, was handed a blank ballot at
th request of the World, and he reg-
istered secretly his preference for
president and governor. If he voted in
1904 he also recorded that vote.
The result shows an overwhelming
sentiment for Bryan and Chanler. The
lieutenant governor polled 102 of the
112 votes cast. Shearn will get only
four of the seventy-one votes cast for
Hearst in 1906.
The vote was as follows:
Number of votes cast. 112.
For President in 1908
Taft...... .... .. .. ... 14
Bryan.... ... ... .. . .... 990
Hisgen...... ... ... .... ... ... 5
Debs . . . . . .. .. . . 3

For Governor in 1908
Hughes............ .......... .
Chanler....... ....... .........111 2
S hearn.... ... . ..... ... .. 4

For President in 1904
Roosevelt..... ... ... ... ... 401
Parker...... ...... ... ... ... ..G
Debs...... ... .. .. ..... ..... 3

For Governor in 1906

H ughes ... .. .. ... .. ... .... 15
H earst ...... ... ... .. ...... 71

The Punta Gorda Herald and the
Starke Telegraph deserve the thanks
of the press of the state of Florida
for their able and convincing articles
in refutation of the charges of cor-
ruption and venality among the news-
papers of Florida. These charges,
made by a few newspapers against
all who may differ with them in opin-
ion. go far to destroy the influence for
good that practically every paper in
lihe state se,ks to exercise. Every
reputable newspaper owes it to the
Credit of ilh l)rofossiol it represelIts
t) hold u lip io 9f) lldi i'iy such 41ditorial
misfits a;s may lie guiltyiv iinworthy
ci(is- h l hl tlh e shouldll le rcasolialde
-rolnld t or .at ck ;. a lt ilih y should
I e peci ically sltal,,. Swetlepin .
ein raIl chartss. iin wvhi(h it is s o gliht
to cas s1usplicion of '_,rafIt or tisiholi's-
tIy upon a lar' l portion of ihe press
are unwarranted and unjust, n:l is
i1o result iln nliost instances of the
accuser measuring his neighbor's
corn in his own biushel.-Lakeland

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and Rubbers at cost.

We intend going out of the

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*4 the Editor of the World: (By Cicero. Massing all the forces of the mili-
A and B decide to make a bet. A And now. among the different sen- The Pensacola News is showing tant democracy in the final struggle
=y that the hippopotamu,-'s Jaw ifs ;imvnts of the philosophers concern- daily improvement, of the campaign to capture the Em-
ie the human jaw. the upper part' ing :he consequences of our final dis- The Bartow Record's "copywright- ljire State, Chairman Mack of the
ig stationary. -oluton. may I not venture to declare :-" story is -,I1 "wright." democratic national committee, bear-
B says it is not .ndt says that the n.vy owvn? and the rather, as the near- The Oca!a Banner has raised S*0.5,)"ing prophecies of victory, came from
lower jaw is s:a:ionary. Kindli let 4 r d(ieal advances towards me. the o date for the campaign fund !the west to take personal charge of
me know who is right. A or B. and i;:ore clearly I seem to discern its Tht- Zanders arc imparting sparkle what he declares will be the hardest
oblige (G. P. L. jral nature,. .rl vi i to ; New York. Otober 11. 1 am h well convinced, then. that my The Plant Ci;y Courier thinks Otero paign in this state.
* .r ,delar:i friendss, your two filus- "ot-e-ro gone a good wh-ile ago." Not only William Jennings Bryan,
This ietoer was referred ,to T. :r,,,s fathers, are so far from having Elii, r C:Mwel! of the Jasper News. but other democratic speakers of
H3omariy. (director of the Bronx zo). *'.ased to live. that the state they now or: amendin, the primary law: note. including several United States
who replies: njoy can alone with propriety be "Dont."' senators, will swing through the state
To the Editor of the Worl-: r-ile1 life. The soul. during her con- F. R. r,IcC rmack has taken charge in an effort to capture the electoral
T1% functions of the craniur.. l.'wer ,,r-.nt within ihis prison n of th., ;f the L.v,- Cak D-mocrat. Watch it vote of New York for the democratic
jawnd the first cervic*.l vertebra o' .,idy. d loomed l)by faie to undergo grow. ticket. Chairman Mack asserts that
the spinal column ar',. :-o far as a'.-. ...Vr Onan,'e- for her native eat "iiu:':'h oe: l:lli'" exclaims Editor Bryan will be elected by a landslide,
aware, the same in all vert.bra'es in heav -. an.' it is with rehutc;ano, \eCr When he lwetr jaw is aibnor'nllyi ':-T she is f.-r,'(d ,!o-.n from those ce- o ... made public on his arrival here this
large- arnd lon--as in the ca-, ,- '. tital :1: a,-:l i"n. T e low"'r re- '' e'. 'iig- didn't go to morning some results which he had
ip,,:- :.- a.t! all the (r., o.,ii -.:;n-. .-v .,I :11 i- f,,rizn an. re o "'T T" > 'n ifiat Iirsonage vis- o,):ainel from the precinct polls made
lans- ha, oo!,,i1,.nU ot-n giv-, -|a :.n *o ,.r ,:":,. n. r' Bu' t1h, *i :a'>.-T n(i in many of the so-called doubtful
to t4l Aier ',ha tI,, (rani,.tn ".;. .....- PS... rs::plt1i. 1: thi.s vi .*a". "' .o: ,- I-,)1:; >lates.
upon th-' "owc '." .a"!n r<'i r .,: 'i' -s ..... r .,' of chs:ruc'ions Chairman Mack said: "1 am firmly
is no more tru in eh, c;.c o "' :-, *::. *."'" h -'.. .- o.i .. T;r i'..h' .a: confident thbci Bryan will i)e elected
hippopotai"uu- har in \ .'n.. Van ;: .. in.. A I),a',':!, r 1 "h!. Q,'-,n(y "I'o : a landslide. \Niihin the last two
auman being iauoh- loudly h, tb r w\= I ,'"ir,.:. n'1r,' ep'.v 0o ,;v' e ..:u;r)r. '',lwi r', "- wn with a vixi. or ji:st weeks I have caused a careful poll to

lis: L, 4d back to a rreae! x- '' i
than he drops his lower jaw. A
crocodile,. lying :prone upon the sand.
with its lower jaw fixed by this losi-
tion. does really lift its upper Jaw.
but when th( head is in the a'r the
lower jaw moves precisely as thit of
any other vertebrate. In all .erte-
brates the cranium is what hinges
upon the vertebral column, an'1 the
lower jaw articulates with the base oi
the skull. If I were called upon io de-
cide upon the wager of A and B, I
should say that A is correct.
New York. October 14.
The conclusions of Prof. Hornaday
are entirely different from those of
Herodotus, one of the most estoeane-1
of the ancient naturalists. This cmi-
neat Grecian, known as the "Father
of History." because the world's ear-
liest historian, wrote as follows of
the crocodile:
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The Crocodile

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i :h e:r moral conflict I! an.., ea.' -
iiful c.,-der an1 '.nifori.:i'.v so con-pic-
u.o:is in tho.' . iR i or?1s. Th-is
opinion I am indt-ced to eml)race. not
only as agreai)I tto Tl. best del'uc-
tions of reason, but in jirst dtfoer,.ce.
also. to the authority of the nouiest
and most (li.tinguisheod philosophers.
And I am firt'her confirm med in my be-
lief of th-' soul's immortality by the
,Uscours, with Socr.iats-whom the
oracle of Apollo pronounced to be the
wisest of men-h-eld upon this sub-
jctt. j:st before his death. In a word,
\when I consider the faculties with
which the human mind is ended:
its -mazing cel!rity: its wonderful
Ip)xvor in recoll'Ncting past even s.
and sagacity in discerning future; to-
g 'her with its numberless dis"'iver-
itS in th, sever3i arts ardl scl;,ire-.
I feel a consviou: conviction thai th'li,
active, comrrhensive principle can-
roo* A;.!,- I)o of a mortal n :'ii"'.

The following are ::ve peculiarities A'. a.- :h's nceaing activity of the
of the crocodiir: D:ring tih- vnte" ,u ,Tlv s its keergy I!',l its own
months they (at nothing:. they ar ',.- and -n'i'a! p, wer-., wi-
four-footed, and lie in ^ ,. .-i1! 'n u':e. it !:(e--ssarily tol-
land or in the w 'r? Thte fmale i i i '-, it :ecssaril -
lys and hae s ez as or. < a- i' is alts.:;",. to Stp)ose the
.- f so ~< w would ,ieseirt i'. *lft t "at this ac--
passing the ir-'a ,, portion of th. day ,aflu l e t i f tat this a-
dry lan. u' a! night. .-i,-v ;tmst ,.ont'inue forev.*r. But
ie ver, the water of rhch is farther- as the soul is evideniy a
.~ ~ ,.1 P., (^01 i^ Iml. unco~nipounded subst .nee.
warmer than the night-air and the :ipe. uncompounded subtane.
dew. Of all known animals this is --ihout any dissimilar pars of h'ter
the one which from the smallest size ogeneous mlxtire, it cannot, there-
grows to be the greatest, for the egg fore. be divided; consequently, it can-
ofjthe crocodile is but little larger not perish. I mightwadd that the fac-
Sta of a o a tulty and expedition with which youth
tWM that of a goose, and the young a numberless very
crocodile is in proportion to the egg, are taught to acquire numberless very
yet. when full grown, the animal meas- difficult arts, is a strong presumption
ures frequently? seventeen cubits, and that the soul possessed a considerable
even more. It has the eyes of a pig. portion of knowledge before it enter-
"ve ere int the hume fores and athgat^^ ^^
teeth large and tusk-like, of a size ed ito the human form and that
proportioned to its frame; unlike any what seems to be received from in-
strutio is infact, no other ta
ot animal, it is without a tongue: struction is. In than a
irnot move a, its under jaw, and in reminiscence or recollection of its for-
It renotmoet .itsind lawaeingmer ideas. That. at least, is the opin-
thb respect, too. it is singular. being -
the only animal in the world which 3n of Plato.
moves its upper jaw and not the un- L
der. It has strong claws and scaly LAND SALE HELD_ UP
skin. impenetrable upon the back. In Tallahassee
be water it is blind, but on land it is u
tery keen of sight. As it lives chief- that a sale of 1.500.000 acres of Ever-
ly in the river, it has the inside of its glades land had been arranged with
mouth constantly covered with leech- a wealthy syndicate at $1 per acre,
es, hence it happens that. while all but that Attorney General Ellis de-
the other birds and beasts avoi I it. lines to sign the deed because of
with the trochilus it lives at peace.
since it owes much to that bird. for 'te smallness of the price. The go,-
the crocodile, when it leaves the wa- erncr has pla. -d the value of these
ter and comes out upon the land. is lands as high as $1,1) per acre and
in the habit of lying with the mouth never less than $15. so far as we have
wide open. facing the western bret ze: ever heard. The attorney general
- c *m .s t n/ I -r *l-r tnl h h o roverror at

Th.' San!,I Ch", Chronicle still
I:.dzing bouq'a':s. ;s-el by alnmiiers
of i1 -Z t'C( re'Y; *l edition.
;rP-'i-.h & .lo1nes apar at the
In. sth,1 1 o I ): tho S.nPtr County
Tiln e, a-rI a lt
Times as i 'il,':iis" and proprietors.
Hoo-varl's e oi'orials in the Orlando
Reporter-Star are noted both for their
brevity arld th,-ir originality.
Edlitor Jorlan extends thanks for
oyster stews *nml soups sent to him
while he was sick. Who wouldn't be
Storrs of Deaniak is about to pull
off another fair. Storrs is one of the
practic:i hu-. l-rs of the Fl)iila
Frank \,aln.le adjusts his political
biuenciar ian.,. after a survey of the
f-el,. gi'e- solemn opinion: "It
looks democraticc"
.Ut-'Bn PB l h:s sold the Palmetto
News to A. IT. C. Russell. Jr.. and
Chals. J. ('al l'."':nan. "Work and pull"
w\ill hI- hlie ni',to of the iow owners.
Tho .J'-'k-, ilel Met'oioli:-, in ald-
dition to a sising in a carnival, offers
$7,i: \I .. o Florida young la-
dit -. s h. short about the MIe-
i r,,* ,i1'.
in. ?St. At.ustine Rec-
o_'1. c('onfe:-,- :,i-, ,.r e ha.i "s vich-;l"
his und,( "vea,- "nin" and tox-tenth
tines already' What is on '-tenh of
an un11e'v.-e-'ir?
Editor Charles H. Walton of the
East Coas, Aldvocate has secured a
charming lift partner in the per3o-mn
of Miss Wilhelmina Eleanor Mack of
Cambridge, Mass.
City Editor Carroll of the Ocala
Star visited L: convict camp in Marion

county and describes it as such an
ideal resort that his friends will be
alarmed lest he decide to locate theie.
-Tampa TrOibune.

Because you have contracted :rdi-
nary colds and recovered from them
without treatment of any kind, do not
for a moment imagine that colds are
not dangerous. Everyone knows that
pneumonia and chronic catarrh have
their origin in a common cold. Con-
sumption is not caused by a cold, but
the cold prepares the system for the
reception and development of the
germs that would not otherwise have
found lodgment. It is the same yith
all infectious diseases. Diphthbria,
scarlet fever. measles and whoring

be male by the captains in hunilreds,
of pr,.cincts in New York. Indiana
andil Ohio for the purpose of obtaining
The percentage of republican loss over
four years ago. The results of that
poll were amazing. In no instance
have reports made me shown a per-
centage of republican loss in this
state to be less than 25 per cent., and
in Erie county the losses to republi-
cans ran as high as 440 per cent.
"Equally large losses to the repub-
licans were shown not only in Ohio
and Indiana, but in twelve other
states, which the two parties are con-
testing. The figures mean only one
thing-Bryan's election by tremen-
dous pluralities. That these figures
are correct and based on a careful
poll is shown from the fact that I di-
rected the precinct captains to sub-
mit with their reports the names of
ihe republicans, with their addresses.
who intended to vote for Bryan."

Now that the public schools of Pas-
sailena are again in full swing and
the average boy is returning daily
from the experiences of the school
room and playground effervescing
with physical surplus, it is a good
time to recall the fact that the char-
acter of the same boy has been un-
dregoing an evolution. The model boy
was once more or less of a sissy. He
committed to memory the entire Pen-
tateuch, mastered Fisk's manual of
Classical Literature, could recite Plu-
tarch's Lives backwards and forwards
with equal celerity, had a bulging
brow, found no time for athletics, and
when he was smittten on one cheek
ran home and slammed the gate to

save the exposure of the other.
Today it is commonly recognized
that the ordinary clean, decent, rest-
less, noisy youngster, whose escap-
ing energies make him an intolerable
nuisance on stated occasions, is the
man of the future. Moral cleanliness
and high motive are as essential to
the boy of today as they ever were.
The docile, tractable, low-pressure
youth makes less trouble for the
teacher and less trouble for his pa-
rents, but it is well enough for both
teacher and parent to have in mind
that it isn't the boy who is most eas-
ily led who develops the most virile

cough are much more likely to be moral qualities. The boy who over-
contracted when the child has a cold. flows with animal spontaneity and
You will see from this that more real --
danger lurks in a cold than in any EWAR $
other of the common ailments. The $100 REWARD. $100
easiest and quickest way to cure a
cold is to take Chamberlain's Cough The readers of this paper will be

at such times tie trocml:us goes ,Lseeni' sT- o ", v i, ....... ,......
t mouieh tm es s his word. and refuses to make such Remedy. The many remarkable cures pleased to learn that there Is at 1;ast
his mouth and devours the leeches. his word and refuses to make sucn effected by this preparation have one dreaded disease that science has
This benefits the crocodile, who is a tremendous sacrifice of the lands, made it'a staple article of trade over been able to cure In all its stages, and
pleased. and takes care not to hurt It is said that a part of the propos- a large part of the world. For sale tnat is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
e f ws aallM. is the only positive cure now known
the troahilus, i, contract of sale was a stipulation by all druggists m is the only positive cure now known
the trohilus. contract osale stipulation b the medical fraternity. Catarrh be-
The crocodile is esteemed, sacred that the purchasing company should in a constitutional disease, requires
by some of the Egyptians: .by others continue the work of drainage and AFTEF,. I1HIRD TRIAL "NOT GULL- ng a constitutional treatment. requireHall's
he is treated as an enemy. Those reclaim the whole Everglades area. TY" Catarrh Cure i. taken Internally, act-
u-olive near Thebes. and othersswho But look at the cost. Taking the ing directly upon the blood and mu-
dwell around lake Moeris. regard lowest figure ever placed by the gov- For the third time Thomas Bethea cous surfaces of the system. th,'rhby
destroying the foundation of the dis-
them with especial veneration. In ernor on the value of Everglades land has escaped the penalty of the law ease. and giving the patient strength
each of thest., places they keep one. and the tract of 1.5 ii.I acres that for taking human life. His third trial by building up the constitution and
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IIe n 1

Activities at Work to Christianize the Whole World o

Doctrine of Jesus to be preached in Every Land.
I ?- .;gi a m

A -.imua 'ion of genuine intr *s Al.,ugh i, teachings of the -ible
and faiTh in the cause of foreign n- In r.a to meaniI bu one tiing
siojnS is. of course, hopid to be tl. n (,. sary. \e are noL s,
souro, ailout what it promised. It
* re-,ul of the work of The great Ch i ... --1*
,doentrsI look reasonable, andI we are
tian mis-ionary convention in NeXw a little ,oubtimIl. \\, want to iut'
Orhleans the past week, where have the finger-tips in the marks that have

been gathered practical workers from,
all over the foreign mission fields.
The bible commands with respect
to the_ duty of the church to spread
the gospel to all mankind are so i
plain and emphatic that it seems that,
by one having faith in the promises
of the Word, no statistics shouti be
needed from time to time in order to
keep that faith alive in this particu-
lar promise and command, or to create
original conviction that it is possible
for progress to be made; yet it is not
saying too much to say that there are
many sincere belivers whose faith is
weak on the matter of foreign mis-
sions and some who are actually
opposed to effort along this line.
If no missionary work had been
been shown that progress was pos-
sible, the first step would not have
been taken. The first who started
with it, had no statistics to inspire
their confidence; they had nothing but
a command and a faith.
The following is quoted as "the
central thought" of the New Orleans
"Missions are the great plan of God.
Evangelization of the world is the
programme of Jesus. The teachings
of the Bible are unmistakable on that
point. From Genesis to Revelation
the Bible is a missionary book. From
the call of Abraham to the last vision
of John is one overwhelming theme
of saving the whole creation."

been made, in order to be sure they
a1re W-re. \Ve want to examine the
bi(;k-keoing and see what has been
lone. Confidlence will be -trcngthen-
ed if the. work accomplished be
measured off with a measuring rod
Faith demands results.
Recognizing and responding to this
natural demand, the convention has
been flooded with statistics. of
the mass of interesting data, much
might be gathered for presentation in
this connection. One of the speakers.
making an exhibit of a hundred years
of foreign missionary work by all the
churches of Christianity says:
"Faith in missionary activities no
longer rests on authority, but also
upon the assured results of a splen-
did century of commendable activity.
We crown a hundred years with one
million and a quarter of converts,
and with five million advocates.
There are 4,000 missionary stati-)ns
There 8.000 Bible schools and a -nil
lion and a half pupils, and 50.0"6o
native ordained preachers tell thc-ir
srory in the language whr,-in they
Ncr- born. Within the ya-. of
PiLAop Thoburn's service Mo i' seven
h.'ndied mPilions )f people have .-
c- r ie acces.iblle to 'be gospel vwho
werE inaccessible when he first sailed.
The men of all nations who travel
have been won to advocacy of foreign
missions by the actual demonstra-
tions in the fields."-Pensacola Jour-






In .:. evolution of women luring
the past half century every depart-
nient of educational, charitable' and
religious work has received new im-
petus from her active participate n
in it. The advance of men and
women toward a higher p)lane? of
ethics may not be so perceptible a.s
when considered in the light of the
enlarged, recognition of abillity in
these fields. But some one says
women have always been activ? in
charity and church work. Have

conference, but very few are sent by
local conferences to the higher con-
ference in the past years. Let us
hope this sort of recognition of
women will widlen and widen not only
in the church but speedily in the
Supt. Press Work, Ill. E. S. Ass'n.


There is another man we wish to
write about. He will be certain to see

they? And their work has always this, because he takes his church pa-
been applauded. Has it? per, and pays for it, too. We have
For twenty years a very curious a number of this kind in Florida. He
condition as to woman's work existed makes his church a subject of prayer'.
in one branch of the great Church He prays with and for his preacher.
militant, and a proper recognition of Should he be doing things which this
that work is a matter of just recent good man sees is hurting him andl
hewXs. the cause, he helps the preacher to
In 1S7 Deaconess \Vork was organ, quit it by his kind. sympathetic words.
ized in the Methodist Episcopal His wife is good to the preacher's
church as an outgrowth of the Chi- wife. Should she do anything for her,
cago Training School, which has Leen her children or the parsonage, it is
established by Lucy Rider Myrs two all done with such a loving, helpful
years previously. This movement spirit as to leave behind an "odor of a
was not instigated by the Church it- sweet smell." He is always ready.
self. but grew out of the loving hearts W\hen the new preacher conies this
of the women who sought ways to man is thi. first to welcome him.
ameliorate the sin and suffering all When the old one goes, he is the last
about them. The first "Home" in to tell him good-bye. All over this
C'hicago was the thought of a woman, land are these good men and blessed
Its workers were all women, and it r-- women, of whom the world is not
c, ivei local ecclesiastical sanction in worthy. As we write they pass in re-
,):l ol!,, 1's., at the special ro,'uest view before, us. They will be among
lot The women workers. the one hundred and forty-four thous-
.t: the following May th, (Genoral and,. and thousands of thousands,
'mon!ei-trnc atillhr'ized and comi'iell.- whom John saw about the throne of
j.d hle dleacon,'ss movemn, an.i is (;oI in heaven. May Go)d bless Them
1:.:.-:a( rficin.r v orkier.,. The in r.s, I for-evrmor,!-Florida Christian Ad-
-\\ wi.'-lospr'.iad all the "Hloips'" vocall.
1 iit iphi,'l. butI f1()rom 1 ,\ to 191iS. \w'o pray that those who pay for
,\:'il<. (a (Ol - -L;1ato- d alboll. a1Id (' I)m ,lilmnwnte'-i w,kly. will al least hover around the
!;tI d (onila'ii' ,i . 1. :iw hate v''vIr oitero od,_es of this mighty host.


Perhaps it will b.- a i ari :i.,*
thought to many that th. rai'.roa.*s-,
this country are activively ngag,,d in
The c'hristian work.
Railroadls. alao,'d! oii i uier 'r-
gi'oi'iOles.a bl n 1).r,1 h .:':-' i ) c:
i.g sc'ulles, bu^ a roc'Lurp i~y \\'i-
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Office over Commercial Bank.
Phone 211.



O0ce: Second floor Munroe & Cham-
bliss Bank Building, Ocala, Fla.
T iep m: Office, 154; residence, 45.
Obce Hours: 9 to 12 La. ; 2 to 4 p.
m.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.

in their welfare; that it is not merely
seektbg to grind out the1 bst years of
their lives with, e-xacting work, long
hours, and small pay, giving them
nothing to look forward to but
retirement without compensation
through disability or old age.
It has tended to stamp out that
spirit of discontent that has caused so
railroad history.
It has generally raised the ton, and
character of the mn. increasing their
loyalty and efficiency, and maldng
Ih mn realize that the success of tiho
co-ll[)niy means thI'ir own success,
and that illhese both depend on cach
Iman doing : well his individual pzart.

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O o',)r 'r Re'vie-w oft Revitwvs. if .,-,i-
orally readI. will go a long way to',,trd
correc ting* this idea ar1i will show
I ja I. !;ir. ni o- the lt a, ::! railroad
imn of ihe country ire active!: .n-
couraging and ailing Cliristian work
among th eir eniployees.
Mr. Merk t 1 tells of th i:ltaiy l i-
ings for Y. M. C. A. work erected by
the aid or railroad au'h< ri ies and of
the magnificent good ',ing aIC(ainl)p-
lished by them.
Among the illustrations us(el in a
picture of the railroad Y. M. C. A. at
St. Augustine, which was largely built
and equipped by Henry M. Flagler.
In the United States and Canada
there are now 174 of these railroad Y.
M. C. Associations, with a membership
of 93,000 and buildings have an aggre-
gate value of $3,569,200. These fig-
ures are constantly increasing.
In 1907 alone twelve new buildings
were erected at a total cost of over a
half million dollars, and about 8,000
new members were added. On the
New York Central lines there are
forty associations; on the Pensyl-
vania, as many more, and on the
Boston & Maine, ten.
In fact, one or more branches of the
association can be found on as many
as sixty-three different railroads
throughout the United States and Can-
In speaking about one phase of the
good accomplished by these organiza-
tions, and the absolute equality that
obtains among this membership. Mr.
Merkel says:
"In competition wih the railway
clubs, the saloon, which was formerly
the only place the men had to go, has
proved a failure, the best testimony to
this effect being found in the con-
sistent opposition of saloon keep-
ers wherever clubs are located. There
is the same freedom in the rail-
way club that the men formerly found
in the saloon-and a great deal more
comfort. No ironclad rules are
made. The men meet on an equal
footing. There are no membe.shipl)
fees an(l no deleductions from the pay
roll for club maintenance. Trifling
sums are charged for beds, baths, and
billiard rooms-about enough to
cover wear and tear."
The fight against the saloons by
these methods is most satisfactory,
as exeml)lified by an incident told
of one saloon keeper whose income
over his bar was cut from three thous-
and dollars per week to seven h2nd-
red. by the simple location of o'' of
these institutions in a place where
the saloon, theretofore had leen
That the efforts and. expense on the
part of the railroads in these various
ways in behalf of their employees,
have been abundantly justified from
both the business and humanitarian
standpoints, the high officials of the
roads are firmly convinced.
This work has brought company
and men into closer relationship. It
has made employees feel thaL the
company takes a syml)athetic interest

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ryan's Winning Depends On


"tWhat do you think." asks a friend
who Poems to have more than ordinary
(ufldr-ee in this paper's opinions:
"bha Bryan a chance to win?"
Th- Georgian. unfortunately. has no
om knowledge as to outcome of
th .-lectio: next tweel. than the in-
quirer; but we felI that Mr. Byan's
political chanc*- rghit now is brighter
than a.- the lon. Joseph M. Brown's
I Wthe las' wek in May of th-is year.
tbit is1 b:1t a::other way oW
tl .; has ,:*-c 'nle so difficult to esli-
mat' public st.r.:nmnt in i)olitic'. tha:
we &r.' r,-sorting jo the exlpe(ui-nt of
S hou;:., that Thinr-s have haI p!nrd
which amaz,',i hbe wi-eacr,-s I. 0i't?
Than would the election o{ the de0O-
cralit, candidate, this fall. And now

there is no :&e'ling who w-ill win in
Bu: the Georgian does not feel Ine
optimism that our brethren of the
mouth-rn press affect to have in re-
ard to Mr. Bryan's candidacy. As we
e It. he has only a bare chance to
win-andI that chance lies wholly in
ohii- p-r:icular: The effect the su!)iort
of S ,n-l Gom!,ers and oth.,r lhbor
leader. will havy ir th,' ,loubtful
Mtate-s of New York. Ohio and indliaina
If tbh-r i:- a heavy change of the la-
bor \ot from rep)ublicanism in 9,4,
to dt-emocracy in l,,. then Mr. Bry'..
in a\! likelihood wii wvin. lii, ex\.e' -
tatiot.- air' l-iasel oni tl;is chin c'. ;. al.
th. R-'4l v.'. l 1i '" >r of ( last XV\ .i s
d ayv ,., b.. .1- l .u ,. ,(- 1]. ( '":inL ,.: .;1 :', r
ot ', .. .....-" ".. ."* : ,' ',! 2 ; **', ...
I ,,
jt4-I I. .;; r :')l ' i; .ez (' A 4
l'" > 'i : ,' "v *' !' : ,"; tv' ., ,
li+' , ".

0B Tta \' v "'o rj XW' '- < p.;*'; e':

^B fqu.p' ::" ,,,:" ".',-line: Th,, ;)iu1- 1 ,tf ;h-"
B l" 'i **" 1"a" 'iia< -* ." C;:II\.T-: (,f Ii,.e
4B couiTr;'i.: an *'s t'e.-< to'als:
cTht t Y;. T:it -:;re To c:r'y 2,"
ta c',it. )ith an .'ctora! -vo. of "''.,
Tha" Mr is sure to carry 2,
G*tP'es., with an e'.ctorai vote of 178.
Twa" six s'a':s are doubtful, with
lei .Toral vote of 10(m iIndiana. 15:
Maryland. s: Nebraska. S: New York.
39: Ohio. 2::.: \Vet Virginia. 7.
No'A. o 42 vote.- are Pe.essary to a
e hoie'. aa:d if the WorI'!, figur-,s are
right as to t-'e other states-?and
doubtless th.'re was leaning towar1I
Mr. Bryar in compiling *hem--o" theij
Wf'il states Mr. Bryan. to .i:.
st carry New York an. one other.
Yet Mr. Taft may loso New York an.!
yet win
But h-re are the WVorld's figu:r-,.
and the. may ',o Twisted andti figure,!
Sarot.nd as the reader finds profi'alle
S^ or interesting:

i Colorado.......
Florida...... .
SGeorgia...... ..
'Idaho...... ...
Mi ssissippi. i ....
I Missouri...... ..
I Monana.... ...
Nevada...... ..
North Carolina..
Sonirl, Car',li.i:...
Tenness-s. .....
ST ah ......... ..
'V irginia. .. .. ..

Total ...... ...
California...... .
Connecticut .....
Illinois........ .
Iowa....... ...
Kansas .. .......
Maine ...... ..
i Massachusetts ...
Minnes-ota. .....
'Nt'v. HamLpshir".
', N "\w .Jr.- >.- .. ...
NOT' h ak,' .
0O ',-'r ...... ...
* IP -il \ :- . .
1-* -.' ,'.' y^ -m'.l . .
* :'onuth D)::ko'i; a
V: nuo! l . .):K) .: . .
V" rn.o1 e i:.......
\Vashir~eon ....
\'.'isron-it .. .

.ii '.a . . .
Mar' a e i..........
,- I r ,,tk; . . . .
New York .....
Ohio ..............
\'" ..-* Vi:" .!:' -".. .


T t,' *,i ...... .
iP will be no:ed'
as a doubtful

Now. Mr. Walf
quite a repuntal:o
phot. has repor:tt
('hicgo Recorld-F
'n will carry th<
has also put Mar
erod doultfunl by th
an column Nebr
an claims,. is reg
the World. an.l
Yeot it remains
not hope to win
New York state
or Ohio.
And he r3iannot
1I 's the labor vo:
,s polihtici! color
Thra's his ch'iat



High Honors Wiil be Accorded Governor-E

the Capital Next January.

Through their board of trade
ipeopli, of Tallahassee have tak-e
initial steps in the preparations
the inauguration of Hon. Alber
Gilchrist as governor of Florida.
J January. WVhat has been done is
by the Tallahassee True Deme
which says:
"At their last meeting the 1

1 aIl

11:0 : inlpol- '.ill;S
The governor of
with the foromo,
country: his posi
national affairs i
in short, he is re'
executive of a g
state. It behoov
state, therefore,

i without carrying John T. Lewis. Moss Bluff.... 1.00 certitiate in the name of parniOs un- 2"G- .W. Martin,1.W. Stoke, E.P.thousand shares
5'IT Thagard, inspectors; H. D. Stokes, of One Hundred Dollars pIr shart.
and eith ,r In.iN":.V V. E. Martin. Moss Bluff...... 1.00 known. Unless said certificate shall clerk, payable in lawful money of tl
E. S. Grace. Citronell ........ 1.00 be redeemed according to law. tax District No. 2-S. L. Friday. Ed Rou, United States. the sam, *o he
carry New York lun- R. F. Rogers. Lynne........ 2.00 iced will issue thereon onil the 30th C. M. Cam, inspectors; B. P. Wilson, non-assessable, and to l,, i$4ud
S a r ass ch' M. Atkinson Berlin 1.00 ay of Novemer A. D. 190 clerk, when the money thrfr ham
.- a tkison. Brlin ...........1.0 day Noe erA. D. 19.. District No. 3-C. M. Mathews, H. been paid into the treasury.
L. L. l-o,'ins. Belleview....... 1.010 Witness my official signature and V. Nettles, W. D. Mathews. ins!,ect- Shall be amended so a. to rad a-
-. D. Ron. Reldic.......... 1.0 .eal this the 27th day of October. A. ors: D. E. Mathews. clerk, follows:
A. B. R R:-dick.... .. 1 1 S. T. SISTRU'NK. District No. -J. S. Weathers. J. "The amo-int of th rapi'al
AI. Liit Roddick........ 1. 0 <'i.rk :'.i"i bo'. T. .. ... F. Parker, Chas. Veal. insl)pectors; D. stock autho,'-,,! y th. rr[ra
S. t. R i clerK .io tim wiCl Four Fi''ilr.'wW
R V A. W:.-tann. Cirra....... 1...0) I,- ',. District No. 5-W. H. Guilfoyle. W. Thousand Doliar.-. ,ivi'i.- into
I I. W.-inn. Citra........ .i ----- --. J. Folks. J. T. Hutchins. inspectors: four thousand. -,har-s of *h.. jar
T K. Sl-;-.n'.se Citra...........1.0" I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATiON J. B. \icGeheo, clerk, value of On(. i'dreI p.*r
SL :. \ .. .,. n .C itr. ........
-,N ltl-C A. .... ......irDistrict No. C-R. E. Aiken. C.'M. share. payai!t')? in lawful n,'.n f
L"MONIES A. i a. itra.......... 1" Vhitt. R. I). Stokes inspectors the i'l Stats. th san.
R. K. WVarrniann. Citra....... 1..i .Departmento' th Interior. I,.ior.lan. cle-:. I non-assessable ad ..4
S~o,']- T w, ent. Cira.. ..1 '. l S. TLand r il cle k..non-assossabl,,, a ,! ,, ,. .-w
ST eihe TuownsemOI. Citra 1, Land OTIlce at Gainesville, Fla. Di-rjie' No. 7-J. M. Doiglass, .1. when the mon,.y th.rpfor has
St Gikhrist at R C Doula.s. Citra i September 5. 190RS. M. (;o.l. .John SniLh. inspetor:.- H. bI,-n paid into the tr.a.urv of 'he
feet G ilkhrist at R. C Clara..... . . ... o.. ,
jA l moK 1.; Nhice is hereby given that Ezra D. DoI^lass. (.erk company.
M. J. Ciira........ nthon lor !)i'icr No. -.J. V. Davis, S J. Article VI. which now rat- a f
\V. .T. Crosl)by, Citra.......... 1.00 Benson of Anthony, FloralE. who, on Dilar. Win. E. M-Kay, insp-ctors; low-:
Franb D. Hcward. Citra...... .1.0 ~IMay 1. 190,7. made hoinmestead entry,! A. D. Mitch-ll. cl,'k. -"The highest amount orf IT|,.i
Dr. M. M. Connor. Citra....... 1.0.-!No. 37.616 (Srial No. 1'121) .or south I District No. 9-.-J. L. (Carney. i. M. edness or liability to Ahi h 'hs
sla;a- of the I'lihn W. F. Allen, Mc-Intosh ........ ,, half southwest quarter and south half!I Blair. J. A. Scot*. inspectors: H. H. corporation shallat anv'n; ,'b
Fw0southeast quarter.section3-2.tow-Henry. Sr.. clerX. jeet itself shall 1I Two tiznir.-,
Florida .s S. IGaitskilL Mcntosh ht quarter section 2. town districtt No. -W. E. Martin, A. Thousand Dollars."
dignitaries of i'e L. T. Hickson. McIntosh... 1.0 ship 13. south, range 23, east, Talla- \V. Fort. A. M. Higgins. inspectors; Shall be annrli M)o a. to r.m., a-
Est dignitarisT Forb Anthony 1 00I hassee, Meridian. has filed notice of J. NlM. Mark. clerk, follows:
ton and influence in E F orbe Ant1 o T Vi intention to make final five year proof District No. 11-T. W. Randall. R. "The highest alot o ind.t
s more a inunce. Janes V. Colbrt, Sparr ..... 1.1 et10 to e o D. McDonald. P. L. Durisoe, inspect- edness or liability to whi. h t.a
coiz e onounc- .John B. Malloy-. Sparr ...... 250 to establish claim to the land above ors: C. H. Rogers, clerk, corporation shall at ny ti~n. ,ub
ognized as the chief Walter Luffman. Sparr....... .2.50 described, before Register and Receiv- District No. 12-Calvin Long. D. E. ject itself shall be For Til Ir-,
rea an growing ohn W. Luffman. Sparr ...... 2.50o er, at Gainesville, Florida,, on the McRao. Malvin Iong. inspectors; Pe- Thousand Dollars"
es the people of the p. L. Billingslev Oak I 20th day of October, 190S. ter McRae, clerk. GEO. F. ARMSTRON. pr.
to honor their gov- O..k... ... ..... , 00! o . 1 .. District No. 13-J. W. Steven., A. ROB7. W. GROVES. S., i,4t



THE BRYAN AND KERN CAMPAIGN The Ocala Banner makes itself re- NOTICE OF ELECTION sectors; Allen Ste oW. elti.
C P ED FUND sponsible for the statement that Hoke District No. 27-P. W Harp. I T
SCOPE Ocala Banner................$ 5.00 Smith is the only man in Georgia To the Sheriff of Marion County, of tor, Jasper Brinso, inspector; .L
the tat of lorda:Parramore, clerk.
George MacKay... .........5.00 who has contributed to the national the State of Florida: istrrm or cl -H e .
.. nDistrict N o. 28- W w J .
E. W. Davis................. 5.00 democratic campaign fund. We had Be it known tnat I, H. Clay Craw- C. Lucius, Will Frayer. inp,,to;
The obor R. A. Burford............. 3.00 thought better of the great democra- ford, secretary of state of the state J. D. Scrugs, clerk.
SWm. Hocker.............. 2.00 cy of Georgia, and if tb? Banner is of Florida, do hereby give notice that District No. 29-Clarence C Pr.,
Jas E. Chace......... ..... 2.00 correct the Atlanta papers have been a general election will be held in Ma- o. V. C race. c Welrk .
tors: C. I. Grace. clrl
R. D. Fuller.......... ..... 1.00 printing some tall yarns in cold fig- rion county, state of Florida. on Tues- District No. 34-H. W Lot. ( P
W. S. Bullock...... ...... 1.00 urges.-Pensacola Journal, day next succeeding the first Monday Haycraft. D. A. (Clark. inspeciurs. P
E. P. Thagard.. .......... 1.00 The Ocala Banner said that Hoke in November, A. D. 1908, the said A. Ausley. clerk.
District No. 31-A J MelAughka.
Byan E. L. Parr............... 1.00 Smith's was the only Georgia name Tuesday being the third day of No- W. A. Yongilue. D. B. an,, n'lai.,
Bryan e Tueda bein th hr*dyo o A. Tongue. D. Par* QSI
..... 1Baxter Carnm... ............ L.00 that appeared in Treasurer Ridder's vm r. ors: E. S. Smith. clrk
............... 9S. H. Martin.................. 1.00 list who had subscribed one hundred For five presidential electors. District No. 32-F D Pr', .r I
5 J. G. Ferguson..... ......... 1.00 dollars or over. and so it was. There For representative from the 1st con- Whittington. E. A. Smnh. taiwct.r
5 G. A. Nasn... ............ 1.00 were two names of Floridians appear- gressional district of Florida, in the D. R. Zetrouer. cl!rk
. .... 5. .... .. ... .,
.......... .1' Geo. C. Pasteur.... ........ 1.00 ing on said list, and those were Arthur Sixty-first Congrtss of the United This Octobr i1. A IP '
ST. WV. Trox'er... ......... 1.00 T. Williams and P. A. Dignan. States. S. T SISTRINK 'l..r
...J. J. Gerig............. .. 1.0 --- For governor of the state of Florida. 1Boar of C-.1untYi.:1
..... ..G ri....... ... ... ... Iet.P: -1 110-1 w
9W. P. Edward- ........... 1.00 Let self-respecting Americans of all For secretary of state of the state --
......... Joseph Bell .............. 1.00 political faiths unite in the fervent of Florida.
.. '.......... T. E. Pasteur... ... ... ..... 1.00 prayer that the unexampled frenzy For attorney general of the state NOI
:; C. C. Carroll.............. 1.00 i)or spasm of self-exhibition which is of Florida.Notice is hrehy i. tht t,
." "..',. V. C-y?.t.................,, 1-now degrading the office of president For comptroller of the state of board of county ,onmi...,n r< tav
W. CIL y t * .. .o. thi.....a te state f board f runb.
Ash,-,r Franki......... ...... 1.0, .0o the i'nited States may end before Florida. o this day oxamintd on h ki r *c l an
.... ..Hnry Sit'u'k ............. 1.00 :le scandal invites the attention and For treasurer of the state of Flor- registration th books of t!i. f'i'wang
.. .. .. .. .. 7 F ~nry Sitr nk. . .. .l..4 ave erased i therv~ r~ti l. d,, nt
.. . .. . A J. Hi...-'................... ...... .. .x sites the di.,sgust of tthe whole civil- I da. nams
C. ft. Lho., ..........00 .:.I worldI.-Texas paper. For superintendent of public in- Ocala Precinct. No .,ti' .
...r . .........- .... .Istruction of the state of Florida. Samuel. dead; Ri;s. T d ei d*,.
......L. P. ilSAr .............NOTI
~Bullock. S.A....t,.ud Bare, .I M.
J. P. Philiip .. ... .. .o NOTI i For commissioner of agriculture of moved. Condon, D. ,),..: l ,,(
... .........12 .rmove..
.. ..Free:raler .. . ... ....... 1:.'0 the state of Florida. don W. V.. mor., ('ra r.Im
... ..(io ., o -,
.. C. 1,,,z- r .. .. ...... 10 Ocala. Fla.. Oct. 216. 190S. For two justices of the supreme F.. dead ('los,. t;.o. l. 4,.am
.._ J. M. Ti.'., ........... 1. 0 The board of county commissioners court of the state of Florida. chael. E. If.. deai- 'hant.r- W I
S'. H ,, (;'l... ... ... ..n 1.00 n in 1pourcuance t,0o adjournment. For railroad commissioner of the o he oveul" Culverhous. .I.a.l h.
........ ..... .................. 1.00: ti ni punsuance to adjournment. H. B.. Jr.. tuov,.i .al.kon ilarr .
I_ N. Cre .. .. ... .. ..10 stateo rf FTlorida. r-Io tl *~'0l .r\
r Taft L. N. Creen............... 1.001 Present: .John L. Edwards. chairman; state of F lorida. moved: Hilburn. J P. mo,.,. 11..,
,(' ....... For two members of the house of I ry. J. H., novedtH.~rc
............ I L Bittingr...... ...... 1.00 .1. M. Mathews. N. A. Fort. C. W. Tur- For two members of the house of r J. H.. moed. H'nrk .
.......... 7 Dr. Dan Morgan Smith...... 1.01) ner and S. R. Pyles, commissioners. representatives of tbhe state of Flor- dead;, Matbews. (;. ( mo.,l. Mffa'.
... .......... 2 Mr. D-,n Mergan Smith.. .. 1.00 The board having adjourned to ida Pr. 1.W .. (ea- Safn. T ,..,
.. ... ... .... 27 L. F Ballart... ..... .... 1.001 meet on this d(lay for the purpose of For county judge. moved: Weather. B S ta .
D ... .C.. .rr . . . . . . .s h rif .m o v e d : W e a th e rs B . t) i
......... .... I: V D C:r .. ... ..... 1.00 restoring such names as had been im- For sheriff. Shady Precinct, No. 7- l'ln,.,r \\
1.. S. H. Bliech............. .. 1.00 Properly stricken from the registra- For clerk of the circuit court. ley. dead.
For county assMoss Bluff Precinct. No I,, ll,.
:.o...... .... P. Galloway............ 1.00 ion list by the hoard in revising the For county assessor of taxes. Pillans p P. -
............. :, Will T. Ga.'y............... 1.00 same. and the following persons hav- For tax collector. Grahamville Precinct N 11-
.............. 1 1 H. Brin.-oi................. 1.00) ing produced satisfactory proof, the For county superintendent of pub Cox, WV. R., moved.
.. ........ 1 W. H. Clark. Jr......... ... 1.0) board ordered them restored, viz: lie instruction. Salt Springs Prrcinct. N, ll
... ... : W. H. Clark. Sr... ........ 1.00 1. M. Person. district No. 1. For coun treasurer. hn E recinc J
... ... ... .. i,, Caii. W .L. Ditto.. .. ..... 1.) J.L. Eniqrson. district No. 1. For count surveyor. Q., ead: Dani.l S H ,..a .
.. .. To.-. A Procto:'........... Harry (Gadsrn. district No. 1. For five county commssioners, ner. J. B.. movld; MrDwll. \\ .
. .. ; .\'fr ,. Ay r. ...... ......... '! .Joh Behn. district No. l:, For three members of the county dead.
:.:. K R. Carroil ......... ..... ..lf J,'nram Hecltr,. district No. '. board of public instruction. Sparr Procinc,. N. -',-J. hl
S. 0N.a....... ...... ..1,,| H B. ,ix,'r. distri . ...... ... ...... ...1 A.. ) B .iRvfl e h i tdi,,icinN o. N ,i .i :! tilt
... ... ... .... 4 . : .,................. 1.A R ri'-Noed to No. 2, the following justice districts, viz: mond. V. I). ueal. Si..,;.k l) .,
.. . .. . ] nio--n-d." Xv.'l.. . 1"),. ,.1ifll' I# ..t... & I
... .:' ('; ...... ... ... .,0 tr: sf r' .. Nos. 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, such nanme) Yount N t; ,'
: : . . .' ].. .... .I ......
.. ... :** 'iu -or w; Im I i 1- 1; Ii3 1 S i; 1 S 1 >> '! ^ n n.
. ... ...... ..... . .. ............. 1 .0 j :i ^ r( te, !g i:.r; n ' .!v -z.-ipss 12. 14. 15. ',17,1 19, 2 1 ii namt -, .
2 ; 3 2 1 5 . 2, ,, 3 ~,1 2 2 The said 0ar. 1 o ( ( ., ',
... ~ ~ ~ . . . . . .. , iI ) ,: l i / ; : l O i -...\ .,
...* *. .. itt n o:ird. .. .ij.)ir'i<'d to s* 24. 25 26 27 ,2 .30, 31. 2. Siotlvrs will t i \ i
S 7 - .. .. ...... .. . ^ n w \; ;.' N .;'.,- r ;!h. .\. D. For constable in an d for the follow-; cr 2s;th. A Il ;." l,,r ;.. r ,, ,
.. ........ ...... i i: .|) I. D \. ). .l-.. 1 I. tice districts, viz: of rie tritn g to h. rl, -'i.t i ,n k
,ubtf;i . ............ 1. 60' S. T. SISTRVN K. Clerk. Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4. 5. 7, S, 9 1 11, i :*s ch nam,.s .l ha ,. ,. Ill7
.. ; ..... ....... ... '' 12. 1", 14, 15. 16, 17, IS 19, 1 o, er.r:one o sly r,. t r .
...... ...... ,. h.,, .r ,. ... ........ 0.( 2-. , 24, 25. 26 27, 2S, 29," 30, 31, 22. This O 'to r I. I'.-
.. ... ; .................. .1.,, NOTICE In testimony whreof, I have here- S. T. SISTIi NK *
.. ::, .' T. ;.;:s .n. ............. ..1 .- unto set my hand and affixe i the great; "
; t .I..'t ; i.: tile Co.!!(,i'ty l 0..,, ( ', '')' T..x '',l Umid r'seal of the state of Floridli, at Talla-;
7 T S.... .. .... .... 2.. 0 ,t; ot (l'.I,:. NS", Lava hassee, the capital, this th ? first day i NOTICE
-. R. ; K ,-........ ....... l.,,, o" Fr;,.h of September, A. D. 1908. Of Proposed Amendment of Charter
.. .. ... .... i, :. j .:.} ;), *;*.. ... ... ..... !.,,, Notice is hoiu'bvy sivO: that .J. \V. (S.S.I H. CLAY CRAW FORD, of Mutual Mining Company
, ,hai Iniliaia is ,:-. XV. ;.,ui, r....; ..... ...... 1.00. A.exandlr. lurchuaser of tax certiti- Secretary of State. Notice is henr, y gh ,,n that i.. M,
To tual Mining Company. =, (~rp,,ratt'os
,:,; T,... : 1.. .jaln v..... .. .. .... ]..oo eate No. 4 49., dati the :r,d day of To Henry Gordon. Sheriff Marion a ani inl" pny ,r anI-by
or \V 'lUllan. who l.-|G S. Scont....... ... ..... 1.Oo October. A. D. 19S, has filed said County. 8-28-wtf. virtue of the laws of the 1 tat, ,
*i rs a political ,,,o- lb. H. C. I))7.ipr............. 1.00 certificate in my office and has made Florida. pursuant to resolutins ,,f If
\d to his paper. thn E. T. Hiv.nsten........... 100 application for tax deed to issue in NOTICE stockholders. Intends to apply t the
governor of the state ot Fh~ir~t0a as
lerahld that Mr. I^tv- H. B. ('!a-:.>9f ............... accordance w."ith law. Said certifi- Notice is hereby given that the the ninth day of November. A I) IWS.
e Hoosier state. H. Tompki:i: & Cobb.......... 1.00 cate embrace the following described county commissioners of Marion coun- at Tallahassee. Florida. to arnni Its
.,lan''s s votes-li-;'.- Cash..................... 1.00 property situated in Marion county, ty. Florida, have appointed as inspect- charter as follows:
e Vo.'rd-in the Ltv- W. H. Kn h;.............. 1.00 Florida. to-wit: Southwest quarter of ors and clerks for the general elec- Article lIt, which now readI as .
bloc ~. oc-tion to be heldl November 3rd, A. D. lows:
raska. whict, Mr. Bry- J. M. LIiddtoi. Santos.......... 1.00 lot 8. ilock !. lred's al Ocala. sec- 1908, as follows: "Tle amount of the capital
:a.,,d as dloubtuiul b. F. NI. Tovwnsond. Martin...... 1.00 :icn 7, township 1,-.. soulh, range 22. District No. 1-Box 1: W. W. Cly- stock authorized by the corpora
MIr. Weiiman. too. XV. W. Martin. Martin........ 1.00 .,ast The sai,1 land being assessed att, J. T. Lancaster, L. F. Ballard, in- tion will be Two HundreI Thou.-
that Mr. Bryan fan- R. 0. Allsop. Weirsdale...... 1.00 at the (late of the issuance of such spectors. H. C. ..Sistrunk, clerk. Box and Dollars, divided Into two


rignts. claims or niersi. s accrue or:
originate subsequently to the roni- i
ton of a juinmnt or decree, cannot
attack ih., validity of such juIMmen11T
or !decr,. cven lor fraud. lul partic--
ularly for r.wre all.'oe,'l errors o ir-
regularities ! nor for n;l,:,,r--
which n jight l-.av i n s-- l p in il -
fetns, by th, p iarti,'s to '!h' ,nr i..n l
act ion.
2. Aftor liziaiion has roizult-' in
a final ju.liinent or docro' it is '001
late for Third ipersons to to allowe,1
to intervene as parties to such litiga-
tion. particularly does this rule apply
to third persons whose claims or in-
terests have accrued or originated
subsequently to the rendition of such
Judgment or decree.
3. Notice by publication in equity
mits to non-resident defendants need,1
ot, under the provisions of Chapter
4129. Laws of 1893, be made returna-
ble to a rule day.
Decree reversed.
William Hocker for appellant.
H. L. Anderson for appellees.

An immense king fish weighing
22 1-2 pounds was easily captured last
Tuesday by Manager Curry of the,


SUPREME COURT DECISIONS T l 1 11 i l11 1 1 1

A Tallahassee special to the Times-
Union of Friday contains the two fol-' ="
lowing head notes to recent supreme i "
cort decisions, which will be of in-
terest to the readers of this paper:
Ia the Supreme Court of Florida, Di- -
vision A-June Term, A. D. 196S.
Silver Springs and Western Railroad 0-
Company, a Corporation, Herbert _
L. Anderson and Elezabeth Baker i ""
Anderson, Appellants, vs. Frances jg.
Howse Koonce. by Her Next Friend ,1
and Solicitor. J. C. B. Koonce, Ap- o
pellet--Marion County. -
1. The circuit court has the power
to vacate a dismissal of a bill as to ..
some of the defendants, after the -
lapf of thirty days, it appearing that __--
bthe dismissal was for failure to set _
down or reply to a plea, and the corn- .-
plainants had filed "exceptions" to the -"
plea. which fact was suppressed from
the court upon the application for the Ao
order of dismissal.
2. When notice of a hearing is ."
smlclent to procure the presence of .
the opposing counsel and he argues -
the merits thereon, it is immaterial ,-
bow the notice was served.
Order affirmed.
H. M. Hampton for appellants. b
J. C. B. Koonce and J. B. Gaines. WO-
for appellee. 4

In the Supreme Court of Florida, En dp- b e
Bane.-June Term, A. D. 1908.
Russell B. Smith. Appellant, vs. J. M. __________
Elliott. Jr., E. C. Hesse and James
F. Redding, as Receivers of the m
American Savings Bank, Frances S.
Mosher, Claude E. Connor, Rubie
C. Connor, MirianIL. Connor in her INEO
own right and as Trustee for Eu- HEN IN NEED OF
gene Connor. Rosalie Connor and WN
Mary Connor. W. E. Dicken and Ma-
ry A. Dunklin, Appellees-Lake
County. ___T
Chancery Practice-Intervention in .
Equity Suit by Stranger to Record m- J
Not Allowed After Final Decree- -
Notice by Publication to Absent _
Defendant in Equity Suit Not Re-__
quired to be Returnable to a Rule
1. A stranger to the record, whose

Pier Company. While he was in a
rowboat on his way to the crab bar
the fish jumped in the boat, creating
such a spluttering and confusion that
Mr. Curry almost jumped out. It is
quite usual for pIompano to jump into
a boat or on a pier. as they are known
to never swim under an object, buIT
rather to risk going over it. but for
a king .fish to be landed this way is
something unheard of in this section.
and created no little comment. The
steak, which is unexcelled, was read-



















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