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:
September 10, 1909
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 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note:
Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note:
Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).

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Low n P THE BIG DIAMOND CONTEST state in each letter with remittance!FLORIDA PEOPLE AT ASHEVILLE
-_ --- who is to receive credit for the club, I
4 bbht. f Le-von was a visi:- Miss Whitfield Again Advances to as no subscriptions once credited to! Asheville. N. C.. Sept. 7, 1909.
"Sr a' First Position, While Leaders in one party can be changed to another. September, which is decidedly the
Other Districts Hold Their most delightful month in the moun-
tl.<(.e (andler's pioneer Former Places DOINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL
r *** aTu-dav to tains, finds a large number of Florid-
**a s Touday visitor to
It will be seen from the vote below From Wedresday's Daily: ians sojourning in Asheville, the most
that the interest in our diamond con- An interesting session of the coun- Important of the North Carolina
t Tod*t has made up his test, h s the end is being neared, is in- cil was held last night. Those pres- mountain resorts. It is not only a
d is TIhSw a dentist and is un-I creasing, and the friends of the c.n- ent were Aldermen Helvenston, Sny- suirmer resort, but is likewise a great
Sd uaadertimistheiniistun-erreasing, and the friends of the cn-d
as ampr*--mtkchip in the of- testants art, putting forth some very Stokesr, Duval M ers. armichael, winter tourist town.
J Edward Chace. strenuous exertions. I Mr ed that the pool room The Battery Park, the leading ho-
Miss Whitfield emerges from sec- Mr. Cobb asked that the pool room tel, is delightfully situated on the
S ,U Mathews of Candler was ond :o first place, polling nearly one in front of his stables be declared a crest of a bill, and commands a splen-
1 Tesrday and was before hundred thousand votes. nuisance, as the habitues of the same did view oi the mountain peaks and
St o isoners The contestants in the other dis- made so much noise that t was un- valleys between. From the verandas
pleasant for ladies to pass the same.
tO t ard radto Lake Weir tricts hbod their respective paces eatr a referred to the e a glimpse can be had of the George
The count of Wednesday afternoon committee for investigation and Vanderbilt castle at Biltmore.
gave the following result: committee for investigation and ad-
S***. ba visited tih Ocala zrc gave he following result: justment. Saturday afternoon we enjoyed a
b t. ,line leaving a beautiful Ocala District I The bids for repairing the market trip through the Biltmore estate, and
bob% hkS rabbit It pleases the .. building were read and all were re- it is almost impossible to describe its
< lytoslt as mucb as the aby Myrte Whitfield.......721,665jected grandeur and beauty. The Vander-
SMiss Bessi Owens........ It was then moved that the work be bilt family arrived on Saturday for a
Miss Louise Bouvier .. ... 5 ,46 -idone under the direction of a com- short stay, and for that reason visit-
Tpb of emty commissioners Miss Marie iubbard .... ..... 30'5 mittee from the city council. Voted ors to the estate were denied the
.i"sd to harder what Is known as Miss Lilliai Thagard ....... .'j.3,775 down. privilege Saturday of passing in front
t ('a rd .o0 Lake Weir on ac- .iss Edna Culverhoue .. .... -9351 It was then moved that the market of the castle, but a number of views
Me t Of aW w Inandal condition Miss Edna Ethel Smith-.... .. 3,100 be closed. Voted down. of it could be seen from various
SMiss Minnie Lee Carlisle..... 49,890 It was then moved that Mr. W. P. points on the estate.
-Miss Minnie Peterson- .-.......11,655 1Edwards be permitted to open up a Sunday afternoon we attended the
rI 0 emP as w as your Miss Maggie Johnson........ 9.1. 5 market elsewhere than in the city service at All Souls church at Bilt-
"WOWtos ervwd miserable by a dis- Miss Irma Brigance.. .. ..... 3,,45
- m 11"et By taking Chamber- Miss Mary Connor... .... ... E,050 market building. The motion was more. This church, which was built
'* ad Liver Tablets you MissZelma Perry .........1,930 agreed to. by Mr. Vaderbilt and supported by
m Mrs. .acob D. Robbinson deal-925 It was then stated that the market him. is an unusually attractive church
Miss L. D. WhitlRock ......... 725was known to be in an unsanitary and an Sunday afternoons is the Mec-
Mr J K Cbrtusl. ue of the mem- Miss Annie McDowell......... 600 condition. and in keeping it open the ca for visitors to the city. The Rev.
b W the- Teapet Geneery store, is IcmciOi was maintaining something Rodney Rush Swope, D. D., is the
bMW It New Tk so a purchasing Nrthern District Ithat was inimical to the health of tbe rectot of the church, and the vested
"M He ow,. an Interest In several Mrs. Chas. Veal, Cotton Pit...247,270 city, and a motion that the cost of re- choir is a paid one, and the beautiful
o'.** a purchase for all of them Miss Dot Howell, Anthony.... 241,725 pairing the same be ascertained from Imusic is a special feature of the ser-
- s e.era|l tar- with one stone, Miss Glady. Rogers, Zuber... 51.750 some competent contractor and build-. vices. Aftt.- the service the organist
S wb w o n Miss Irene Denham, Martins... 49,265 er. and a report be made to the coun- at All Souls church. Mr. F. F. Harker,
__ Miss Ethel Beck, Martel...... 33,970 cil at its next meeting. Agreed to... who is a wonderful musician, gives
Mer FP*ae H. IHg.ltt. one of the Miss Ruby Ray, Martel.. .... 27,960 A motion was also adopted that the organ recitals, but at present he is
M P wbhoeseH Legroctry merchants Miss Edith Murphy. Anthony.. 21,995 market building be closed at the time in the north on his vacation.
SE wh ~e.. grocery merchants Miss Edith M.urphy, Anthony..- 21,995 the r pairz were going on, and thirty
.4 tew Yrkt City. s lead. In the Miss Carri- Barco. Cotton Pit 20.140 e wee on and tMr. Swop. the rector, is a son-in-
SMr tt visited O a Miss Feinber, Dunnellon.....13,935 dys notice be given the occupantslaw of the late Mrs. Nancy Brown of
aid d4t a etweastve business with Miss Lenna Brooks. Zuber.... 9,515bfo th closing is to go into ect. New York and East Lake Weir, Fla.
S, m"ri-estsif a the south- Miss Ruby Waits. Orange Lke 1.075 Thbids for paving Magnolia street He as a most musical and charming

Mr J 'e Chasal and Mr. William
re wiNU mail from Jackasoville to-
r I tor New York. Mr. Chaxal
U ito Marylad to resume his
sa Mr .ollMsk. after several
wealsaed atagt-aeg oi the big ely,
WO r ammo OAft.

ewl ieased ad the depression tin
t phbphete markets and the clos-
w awe dn o as may mlmes. the Dun-
weats Pemphate (oBpany Is going
Sb l upmf more minutes and put-
tup merv plants. and Messrs. Me-
Iewr MacKay of this city are erect-
sI" hle p tes It i pluck that wins.

Viniems Ifrom tttra say there is
m*o* ia s soling on there now
tiin a' ay time since the great
so w- T he soun of the hammer is
afit %*ei1 in all directions, and
wbv o. ar.* not t,'aring down and
Ttviie a .* u ar*' repairing and en-
lorg,,e .-,'r. ip pr.,valent every-
tesns 4"i ,,a p a

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Ruth Nix. Kendrick.....
Bulah Carrington.. ....
Regige McCully, Berlin..
Mabe; Beck. Fellowship.
LUllie Spencer, Zuber...
Yvpanie Seekinger......
Lillan WalkDp, McIntosh
Flora MeRae, Boardman.
Mary Kemp, Martel., ..
Lucile Bates, Martel....
A. A. Olin. Kendrick-....
Fay Norsworthy, Mclnt'hb
Lessie Tucker, Martel....
Ruth Sturman, Lowell...
Jennie Simmons. Zuber..
Maud Davis. McIntosh..

Miss L. E. Reed. Boardman....
Miss E. Mizell. Boardman....
Southern District


Miss Maggie Lytle, Stanton. .279,450
Miss Winnifred Tucker, Ocala.166.365
Mrs. S. S. Duval. Levon.......130,135
Miss Isabel Davis, Sumrfield.. 75,145
Miss E. Pearl Kelsey.. .... 31,025
Miss Flssif Stanaland. Lynne 3,110
Miss Edna Nichols, Belleview 1,600
Miss Marion Thomson, Bellevw 1 22&
Miss Mary Dudley, Connor.... 1.170
Miss Maud McAteer, Ocala.. 1,0(1)6
Miss Aurelia McAteer, Ocala.. 9('0
Miss Deas. Lynne.... ...... 5A>0

Coupons will be issued with
ish purchase made from these


on a basis of one vote for every cent
traded with them..
The firms who have entered the liss
to date are:
Goods. Shoes. Notions, 'etc.
KNIGHT & LANG, Buggies, Wag
ins. Harness, etc.
YONGE & SON, Plumbers and Tin
A- "s of:' _'.:4,x",. !l :at"' .
!S :A -.-Y AFFI.ECK. MIillnery
KA : r nettTT, .Jewliry.
k p'VARFS. M I-aTs ant P;c-

were then opened and the contract
was awarded to the Copeland and In-
glis Company of Birmingham, Ala.
The contract price named by said
company is $1.86 per square yard.

The citizens of Blitchton at# great-.
ly grieved that they have failed to re-
cover the body of Clyde Aiken. who
was drowned there last Sunday. A
professional diver, with suit. has been
telegraphed for with the hope of se-
curing the body.

Mr. Andrew J. Turner, one of the
most prominent citizens of the coun-
ty, is desperately sick at his home at
Lake Sixteen, in the western section
of the county. Mr. Turner has been
a citizen of Marion for many years,
and is a brother of the late James S.
Turner, who was owner of the Duval
hotel in J.acksonville and prominent
in business and religious circles. hav-
ing been a trustee of Stetson Univer-
sity. Mr. Turner is a brother-in-
lw of Mrs. Walter Hood of this city.
and nniumbers his friends by the score
throughout the county. He has been
a r'ale r o;" this paper for nearly, if
not q(ilte, forty years. His friends a,-re
L\: Lopin.g for his recovery.

Rornie wa-s not built in a 0lay !io
was Ocala. I u it is -i-owxv:ii ilpa','.
W 'e shall soon hav'.' an''I' n r vitriit'I'.I
-treIt'. MNI g rnolia i pavi-' t "
the Seahonir, dipo':. \V '- x ill
there'" afT- a w\

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CjF Z2 RO~'E jY.St aple and Fancy'* >"T*,. v oilb < *e w..

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* .-,.1' aae *.,v;:;ng to exert scme
-.! .. an, w.)-k 'q secure them.

!:1":,. '-*st<''",ay ,Ir>ivin:g a pair o0 l. x-
as .mi-es. ivlich he is breaking. T-,:y

S .n Reajl 7he Ocala Banner's special of- -

, .. *. .>,:Id, Tht C frs in: column of today's pa- Mr Me!ton. the big swmill man cf
a m ( th la, Mr per. thettentionof Citra. was a Wednesday visitor. He
S. $ P er' We wou! call the attention of is putting up a very fine residence
.... The, syvmpathy contestants and their friends to t and is a valuable and highly esteem-

voice, and the services conducted by
him are most impressive.
Among the members of the choir at
All Souls, is Miss May Thayer, a
daughter of Capt. and Mrs. L. M.
Thayer, former residents of Ocala,
but who now reside in Asheville. She
,baa a strong alto voice, and is a must
clan of mucL ability.
Capt. and Mrs. Thayer now have as
their guests on French Broad street.
their other daughter. Mrs. Albert
Wright, and three children, of Ha-
vana. Cuba Mr. Wright's father. Ma-
jor Wright, of Macon, Ga., and Mrs.
Sam Birdsey and children of Macon,
all former well known Ocala people.
Mr. Wright, who spent several weeks
in the mountains with his family,
was recalled to Cuba on business, but
expects to join his family here in
about a fortnight.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Munroe have
as their guests Mrs. Munroe's mother
and brother, Mrs. J. M. Martin and
Mr. Waldo Martin of Ocala, and her
sister. Mrs Albert Birdsey and littl,-
daughter of Forsyth. Ga.
M;s. .I. M. Barco andl daughters.
Si'-. Patre,'-:mn antI Miss SutI Barco.
h:i,- ho ,ii spoi' lini -; he past tv'
S k: in .\:-',,vi!lI. on Collg', strp'e t.
\lrt- PaTTer-oan has taken h,.r little
!a :zhliterr t the -country for the next
few w eks. for rh,> hI)-en-t]i of her
1i: ath. ai:,l Miss Barco will spend the
iix1 ; w w.,%ks with theni at Ar'den.
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!oway are expected to arrive today to
& p...... R "z a wh' i ,is h nr in ,.v

anl at night fireworks. prle',ir, t
etc., and in west Ash,"\ille th.r.'- %.
a basket picnic, public -pa'.king .an
other festiities. * *


An Opportunity to Get a Beautift
Watch Absolutely Free-Open to
Any Lady in Marion County

In order to show our appreclatio
of the excellent work being done b
several of the young ladles of t%
county for the OCALA BANNERk, w
have decided to offer as an additlUo
al incentive to them to continue thel
This pretty watch will be given t
the young lady who enters the msM
paid in advance yearly subscription
Weekly) between this time and th
close of the Co-Operative Diamos,
Ring Contest, in September.
The offer is open to all. All club
however, are to receive the sam
number of coupons in the Diamos
Ring Contest as before.
While we shall not publish th
standing of the contestants In tbt
race, we shall be pleased to meatkx
the names o? those who enter, so the
their friends may give them the bee
fit of their subscriptions.
Here is what Mr. Welhe says of th
watch we are offering, and which wtl
be on display in his show windows si
soon as it arrives:
Ocala. Fla.. Aug. 13. 90
To the Editor Ocala Banner:
Dear Sir-I have ordered for ym
today an 0 size 14-karat Roman 1 o
case with a fifteen ruby Jewelle J
gin movement, making a very hand
some watch and something of whiel
anyone can be proud: also an excel
lent time piece and a handsome orna
I understand that this is Intnadee
as a premium to some young lady th
Marion county. I wish to congratu
late the winner in advance, as it wil
be well worthy of considerable effri
to win it. Yours truly.
F.. B. WEIHr.
Send in the subscriptions witb the
cash as soon as they are reeelvei tia
ways mentioning that you are a coa
testant for the watch) and each om
will be credited to your account. Or
If you want the club to be credited tc
another, give the name of your ehobe.
After clubs have been entered to
the credit of one contestant no ebame
es will be allowed.
While th,. usual commissions will
be allowed on all CASH sent in,
ONLY NEW subscribers will be "-red
cited on the watch contest.
The names of the contestants enm
tered to date in this contest are:
Those who have decide.! to entr
th-is contest' should send in their
names at ore,. so as to get trh- hb-n *
fit of the subscriptions of , frir n lt
as early as possible.


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Olm s onm amm .)

^f g- an pa-m the hat
6pat Pot"koata*
be emu w e to give every
On ms dN ths be kh'd out
S s .meed er the sake of the

Wa vhs wus the hat
1& the twe of his city and the
POW of ble tiowa.
St v e of Ms e iy aad the pride
of be his ew
o rei ml brought his list
suad p mmea d wrote these
l to 4 they are so larger
SeD, nothing more,
u. e this virtue I
M wards as he wrote the
O bef Mb cty and the pride

Sft ib o f Mi city ad the pride
m op s h ee UMst was car-
Sd toe. a show anyway.
S r twa a J t cause
i c -'wf Ibo raly for him-
W i th e e mad for the
St the opera house

| g--iS 1.a ***ff On*ore. (hio.

as p 9r-et resident surpris-
I *4tw r the f iorlcda Fritt and
MA ams edly 'drop-

flfte teo r OraL- thn early part of
,ai-s W e thita Mr Rankt wasM
Sa UI. S.rprtofd hmturlf. Ohand
= we ,. towea m he foui. oute-
bam oft that the Forida summer
o ow, wm as dteleghaful as the

".a seUr er oMur Sfe breezes
I ka ,the- Atlaniti and the gulf
md1 l Iw th r4r htbarn of apprecia-
0 UMr Baktle didi Ju.t what we
Soo wry other prospective settler
INNM dI- lTwelgate for himself.
Sdow 4a r *assmoumced. and not
P40 the# I u at a time when the un-
S mSe etbierm or western man
60 o e'u arc sweltering under a
| am d thai the Inhabitants
0 isi tla o he deM Uhn insects
I s p-vS..a for winter
% teeth of the business really is
Sm -mtsumm,. theeglon. are
mm Ow** r W of temperature
ld ower esto toIst of the oth-
Stmmts a@% that mh a thing as
S0pre usthem or am stroke Is un-
-m the FloPrida peIlasular.
[ magl. o ar farmers are by no
| Mi for *very mouth in the
Sto a harvest moath if they want
* h h i Ths ear lumber, turpen-
M etest phe te. lime and va-
|1- amsadfrnKs in *** keep
t m b. m*o**m. railr,.,,I, steamers
- 1 ts bsy all hlb' '*'*"
S i 0 Ftor da tI no< a'I ne sweet
Sb am mdss- no: do gold dol-
g mew tr~.e Hu i.t no section
*I -I thi gr.t c sa- iobre quickly or surely re-
aMld t olb haad of labor or success
g las o rtsa of the man who
gM *H hias hsad and brain. No
e-e ruater opportunities and
Oe mr IfbbMew Florida is on the
ag of t0he greatest prosperity and

tat her history
We .*e* aMIor inpple to join us to


To tell whether a cow will give
rich or poor milk, there are few or
mo outward signs about the animal to
guide as It the matter. The man who
milks her even cannot tell how Such
butter is in the pall, but thanks to Dr.
Babcock, dairymen have now a sim-
ple means of testing the milk of in-
dividual animals, and weeding out
the unprofitable members of their
herds. Every farmer should make it
a rule to test his cows regularly, and
know exactly what each animal in the
herd is doing. It is not sufficient to
depend entirely on the returns of the
butter factory, as when the butter is
pooled it is impossible to select the
most profitable cows in the herd with
anything like accuracy or judgment.
However, the marks of a good cow,
showing whether she be capable of
producing a large quantity of milk,
are tolerably plain to all who are ac-
quainted with cattle, yet there are
such a variety of relative points re-
quiring consideration that we can on-
ly picture them in the model.
The best milk cow, as a rule, is of
medium size, and small boned. The
head is small and rather long, nar-
row between the horns and wide be-
tween the eyes. The ears are thin.
covered with soft, silky hair, the in-
side of the ears being of a rich orange
color. The eyes are large and bright
with a placid expression; the horns
set on high pate, bending wide apart
at the base, and curving inwards and
upwards at the point; the neck long
and thin, slender and well-cut under
the throat, thickening handsomely as
it approaches the shoulder, but en-
tirely free from anything like a
"beefy" appearance. The shoulder
blades should meet narrow at the
top. widening gradually towards the
points, which should be broad and
well rounded; the ribs rather straight
and wide. indicating a good digestion
and constittion, for everything de-
pends on that in a good milch cow.
The loins should be broad and the
hips high and! wide, the rump even
wtth hips. the pelvis wide. giving
plenty of room. for the udder; then
thighs thin tht hind legs a little
crooked. w:h a, large foo;. The
skin shoulhc be soft and mallow, andi
of a yellow butter color.


Have yo(, neglected your Kidneys?
Have you overworked your nervous
system and caused trouble with your
kidneys an2 bladder? Have you pains
in loins, side. back. groins and blad-
der? Have you a flabby appearance of
the face, especially under the exes?
Too frequent a desire to pass urine?
If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will
cure you-it druggists, price 50c.
Sold by Tydings & Co. z


Mrs. Arteminica A. Connor, of -An-
niston, Ala., 70 years old, widow of
Andrew J. Connor, has been awarded
a pension of $112 per month, begin-
ning with April S, 1907, the date of
the death of her husband, by the
United States government for servic-
es rendered by him in the war with
Mexico. Mr. Connor was a Confeder-
ate veteran, having served in the Con-
federate army during the civil war.

"Can be cepcrded upon" is an ex
pression we all like to hear. andl when
it is used in connection with Cham-
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy it means that it never fails
to cure diarihoea. dysentery or oowel
complaints. It is pleasant to take and
equally valuable for children and
adults Snl: hbv all dealer m

O lON IN bnrlStas I as s the bright
e TO-W future- and to share BAY ALIVE WITH FISH
* ertert% Th. man 6o .
61111 1 o r10 wrlia t.ia will make no "Mr. 0. P. Smith. reports that the
M1.1 s if *1 ill ,'e.ei<.' -nim:on tish have :etuti:ncl from the sea to
am mk L- ot I inOs1i 'tgsatioau *" bay and the waters adjacent to
a It **i be le-,t ' <** r I', quick'" "l city are now fairly alive with mul-
atgi* l.i s' a-', Ia h% elmterinz lel' and tar;.on. While returning to
1astabari hr a, i a IIr0mi-. ot 'he island this morning in his boat
m r',I 'S **.. ,'htn1 Flhiiltli Fruii 'r' Smith rcticed the great schools
I r "*#-on. of fish and the numerous tarpon fol-
-- ------ lowing then into the bay Not only
Tt?9 6A0 TO SUCCESS mullet. but other varieties of flsh
ihav, returLeI from the deeper wa-
fMat m"uttru-i' *r u lut none S t'.is o the ocean.-St. Augustine Rec-
* .. |MM, b'ealth hut Elec--
t *1tl r, 'h. 1rea'. he-alth! 0t
M b The .rtd has hasr known It'
,* .'' *ainae of -tomach A CRUEL CARTOON
-. -. ,d t o nlan i Frank Clark is a fine fellow with
t1,ress s*'-l> e t.r *Sstern Vigor- many nobl. impulses. Impulsive peo-
- bap aLd keV" bralS fellow rheiriple are liable at times to do things
. Was b.t aford to sOiht Elec- not t.) their credit and not in keeping
I -fr' *. **eak rua down or sick- .
L A aPh Guaranst.el by Ty- I tnh their genuine character. The
: .1 n recent spectacular exhibit of himself
-- -- -- pconrres, o-n the tariff issipu andt


lop se m rissfel farma ing i Ok-
Its that whkch farms incoming
ga "-a h.uem-4ekers out of the
oa" he haie to tavat. There
so tend s t o e parts of Okla-
am& too *v aZ Zas god or bet-
b In po@ts of @ eOrgia. Any

against the democratic party r'ay
have been merely a brain-storm im-
pulse. entirely contrary to his real
principles. Therefore, we hold that it
was truel in the Times-Union to pub-
lish in its Monday's issue a cartoon,
a hybrid o" donkey and elephant,
which mighL be wickedly applied by
his enemies to Frank Clark.-Brooks-
ville Argus.


Regular drinkers of "hard" liquor
in New York have suddenly discover-
ed that buttermilk is a beverage
which gratifies and satisfies, but does
not inebriate, and have adopted it to
such an extent that it takes all of
one's time in the Waldorf-Astoria to
carry jars of buttermilk from the cel-
lars to the bar. Fifty quarts is below
the daily average consumption of but-
termilk at the Hotel Knickerbocker
bar. Brown's chop house has put in
a big porcelain churn to keep butter-
milk handy for its devotees of the Ri-
alto. Three or four hundred drinks
of It is the daily average consumed
by the sporting element which fre-
quents the Union cafe, on Broadway,
and the Bourse and other saloons in
the financia' district sell more butter-
milk than malt liquors.
Phillip Kennedy, manager of the
Waldorf-Astoria bar, explained the
popularity of the homely beverage.
"Buttermlik satisfies thirst, has an
agreeable after effect and does not
make you want another drink, as
milk, water and beer do," he said.
"Doctors 'tell everybody that it is the
most healthful drink one can take.
Men who have an international repu-
tation as consumers of champagne
are drinking more buttermilk here
this summer than an ordinary farm-
er's son will! consume in a lifetime.
"Eight hundred to a thousand
drinks was the average daily sale of
buttermilk here up to the early part
of July, when a large proportion of
the class which patronizes this bar
went away for the summer. We had
one man doing nothing else than
bring up buttermilk. Now its sale is
equally large in proportion to the
whole amount of business done here.
When we first put it in here three or
four years ago we were laughed at.
and we did not sell as much in three
monoihs as we sell in a day now."
Buttermill appeals to the "hard"
liquor drinker more than to the con-
sumer (of beoer. according to the statis-
ticians of the crooked elbow. They
also ;:s:'ert tha; whiskey and wine
d rijK in: -o with speculation and malt
liq':or' do rol. pointing for proof to
the pioiiiular -alo uns in the Wall street
district. where consumption of beer
and ale is insignificant and whiskey is
going across the bars in a steady
strea;t for 10' to 4 o'clock.
Buttermill- served in New York's
salo.nus is not the product of the old-
time dairy farm, which it was too
much trouble to market at three
cents a gallon and was fed to the pigs.
It Is a specially prepared fluid retain-
ing in modified and ripened form
nearly all of the components of the
best fresh milk.
The sma.l amount of butter extract-
ed from the milk in this process is of
very low grade, and among the deal-
ers themselves is most frequently re-
ferred to as "axle grease." It is sold
only to the poorest classes of foreign-
ers from southern Europe, and brings
ten cents or less a pound.
"Fifteen to twenty thousand quarts
daily is the average of our sales of
buttermilk." said an official of a com-
pany. "The increase has been enor-
mous. especially this summer. We
have had a large, steady demand all
the year round for several years from
those who drink it under advice of
their physicians. When the weather
gets particularly hot the demand
takes a big jump. We make it frm


In dealing with us is that anything you buy you

can always be sure of QUALITY. It is our

w intention that every customer gets entire satisfc-
d ltion. If at any time you get anything that does

Snot come up to your expectation, we want you

-to send it back. This is one cf our principles

Sof doing business. Of all the things that are

Good to eat and usually kept in a first-class gro-

Scery store you]will find them here.

|White Rose Canned Goods

Are one of the QUALITY goods that we handle and recommend to peo-
Sple who want the best.

Lima Beans, Striggless Beags, Peas. Corg, 1O ramW Teqsm
I Spioach RI)ubard,tCouliflower, Suecotash, Asparagums Aspmps Tips
t dGOrated and Sliced Pineapple, Peaches, Apricots, Cherries. S*ri.N
g- Saln)ogQ, Lobsters, busl)rooms and mo)y others


SThis fall we expect to have a more complete stock than ever. We
keep adding to our stock of good things to eat, and it makes it
1 easier for our customers to select something to have for a change.
11 We are eagerly watching for a chance to serve you. and if we
ever have the pleasure of doing so, will do our nest t please ,ou

l.~~-r /--" ) X

40 HARVEY CLARK, Proc:ri c-
d- Successor to Clark Eros.


An Important Deal Negotiated in
One of the largest land deals ever
negotiated in Chattanooga was on
Saturday closed by Messrs. G. A.
Dreutzer and F. C. B. LeGro, Florida
land agents in that city. These gen-
tlemen sold 10,000 acres of land sit-
tated in the Everglades of Florida to
Edward Van Asmus, of Colorado
Springs, an: F. M. Perkins of Kansas
City. for A. A. Boggs and A. E. Saun-
ders, both of Miami, Fla. The pur-
chasers propose to subdivide the land
and sell to investors. These gentle-
men propose to run monthly home-
seekers' excursions to Florida in or-
der to giv, all intending purchasers
1and q ttlersqn on o t i tn in.*

au .' .-f-tuvr oan pJ pIouI 4 itL tont LU ianspec
the fresh milk. which is 'set' over the propert-Jacksonville Met ropo-
itne properly.-Jacksonville .letropo-
night and carefully kept at a certain lis.
temperature. Then th-e whole liquid;
goes through a butter-making pro-, Borrowing is a sure way of sacrific-
cess. Ordinary btrtermilk, such as ing the future on the altar of the pres-
one gets on farms, is what is left af- ent.
ter the cream has been removed. The
buttermilk sold in New York is a He is all the more a man who

much higher grade.
But:,-rmilk has an excess of lactic'
bacteria which seem to be the spar-
rows ,f the bacterial world. The o;h-
er niicrdes they meet have no chance
against them. They are harmless
and beneficial in driving out other
bacteria of the alimentary system.
and give to buttermilk a slightly lax-'
ative property which other forms of
milk are entirely without. The
slightly acid taste, which I believe
has iad so .much to do with making'
buttermilk popular with barroom cus-
tomits, and which makes it a grate-
ful a.-suag-.r of thirst is due to the;
slight amount of lactic acid in it.*"
Brookllyn Eagle.

Not a minute should be lost when a!
child show.- symptoms of croup.1
Chamberlair's Cough. Remedy, given
as soon as the child becomes hoarse.
)r even after the croupy cough ap-
pears. will prevent the attack. Sold
by all dealers. m


"Yo,' don't seem Pwxiqps to meet
this millionaire?" ...-
"I met a millionaire here last sea-
SOL," explained the summer girl, "and
he wouldn't even buy an ice cream

dreams he has the right to kill a wolf.
whether it be before or after he hasI
killed the lamb.

(;et a small can of L. & 31. Home
Finish Varnish all -'eady for use.
Clean the furniture with soap and wa-
ter and wipe dry. Then apply one
coat. It will make dhI furniture at a
cost of almost nothing.
Sold by Melver & MacKay. Ocala,
Fla. (2)

S Wood's Descriptive (

Fall Seed Catalog
now ready, gives the fullest
information about all
Seeds for the

Farm nd Garden,
Grasses and Clovers,
Vetches, Alfalfa.
Seed Wheat, Oats.
Rye. Barley. etc.
Aho tells all about

Vegetable & Flower Seeds
that can be planted in the fall to
advantage and prodt, and about
Hyaeinthe. Tulipt and other
Flowarin Bub, Vaqatable and
Sbawbwry Pants Poultry
sunnffift ftn -__




Rooms 1C
Hendry 4


I~ Steel beams and
: er structural purposes,

S Steel towers anc
in any part of the Stat



Sarid I I July Butdlirng

& Knigint.Ter.mIa,'.%


channc'4 for IUntels. w ot

i. will be furnished pr'oup I v
id tankss for water erced cvmuprt

~Hot Air Pumpkq gma m ns






We guarantee that k wIN
please you. Othewvvit, wN ad
you nothing!I

N weWo"W Lsefto vowD
A(rowr) Quat Ssown o

eMPmuss ONC10,46
No marks an packaffirto imtk-aip cvmwn#.
It will oatitofv %cuw 1a~nuI d o tmu wv on&-
rich. %mooth ant pi amuldeo.
Try it. antitif )-cm &ary-w nor-t i-i-fiori i S ,. tt
you recri-ivethe ,wnwt%, "en.! thrin 'a4... 6 .I
returned imnaetliaiutc VOU tk u k ~ioha tu tA .
Vnder%tand : an order wnt to214 .11 11 ? he* ", -o
quest to sfl1 nd youthe- I'4NN fur41, .' 'A i i
a~seveidence of c~ur irioIttfaital ittotid .- 41*1 .11-0
'We don t the %-, IvnAr ?i. t o 46 ~ '.1..
then we kterpthe munt.. IEathe-',,* -."*,a Woo .
refundthemoney. WMITP.Him. uLiovkiguT b 9. 4
8Z30 to 040 Waf nrsae
Branches also at New Orleans. La..Diaffalo. 1 v .lMemphis TFnn am.,.q 111111"11room
Send order to uesre." Dnmnh. Casistal J_ % go
rue.: IAddress your letter to Dept. a nd rnet4ivo sall m vuqvw"k wdpo wm.


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wo, smote thp atmosphere.

Ocala Porrd.s was out on a fly to
IB fta at of the Lake Weir Gainesville and Ocala Played Great Eendirix. .n: the two Donaldsons
.* we Viat,r yesterday. Baseball and Neither Team Won worre out ai first.
-- Fourth inning. Graham fanned and
h, ot that was a tight squae!e Prom Friday's Daily: Allen got the only hit off Walker,
*U t Wia.lham pulled the The most important game of base- sending a single to right field. Hen-
SM d st hape. ball on the local schedule was pulled drix hit to Walker, who threw to
Soff yesterday afternoon on the Ninth Pounds to catch Allen at second, but
hONW, mer -attach- street grourda, with the result that Pounds was too anxious to make an-
S-copper-b"ead" engiuvne either team scored. Gainesville other double play and dropped the
Swere pMe d. brought her usual loyal supporters throw, both runners being safe. Lit-
Sand a slightly strengthened team. Es- i tie harm the error did, as Peddy and
b. wl'lg eOf the Hiawatha dai- timates of the crowd present place Bullock struck out.
tI ia the turn of Mrs. the number between twelve and fif- 1L this inning Ocala added three
I t t to Geen hundred. The grand stand was runs. Barnttt hit safely to right
PO Y horse white packed to overflowing, and the crowd field. Collins hit to Ansley, who fum-
{ m sad tail; one white was lined dcwn both foul lines to the bel. and recovered the ball too late
. ._ H Medows. 9-3-lt right and left field fences, with in-ito catch Collins at first. Barnett
A. Aon Graham m a numerable automobiles and carriages stole third and Collins pilfered the
the N ew York PaMkm spread around the field next to the second station while Myers fanned
H8e tSew Yor Ptler km Pad fence. There was lots of noise in out. Windham hit to left, scoring
doam ts.a w the crowd, coming from the ro4rers iBarnptt. Coll ns going to third. Wind-
of both teans. ,ham then stole second. Roy Gallo-
-I The train was a litlte late, an_ the way braced himself and drove the
M af emarrtiages i heavyn G Clainvlle boys a little slow in get- ball :o left. Collins and Windham tal-
S- earthly stt -of tig out to the grounds. The game i lying. Walker was out, third to first,
4W % rthy. and some of them was called soon after four o'clock., and Pounds put the side out on a high
SThe overhanging clouds, thUreeiAng fly to Hendrix.
SP .rain, made i* very dark, and t:e game In the local's half of the fifth they
b t I l was called at the end of the seventh scored again. Big Deaaldson slafled
960"" y D S il N MIm inning, neither side having azade a to right, and stole second base. Lit-
S to"or t cou~n--s t_ loome. tle Donaldson them t-d a broterly
"11110 er, t is .vto-arai The worn- of the pitchers was fine, act, hitting safely to left, aad send-
S6 MW Wti* c0 MA~L t 'each .allowing three hits, *ad Wind- ing -Red across te plate wil the
Sla w anst ham striking out eleven Itt rs and fifth and la. run of 1he game.
n T P Wilson eight Hendrix mbae a 'hair- After the fourth tinurg Gitnesville
It' g a r to cm Ma- raiBing stop of Pounds' d *e to third r rrih on -man on last, when
cmi al d m mre. P- .e bUase ito the rst inasi. 'Vak-r c ve-.' Hooks a base on bals
S tit-. Af t N dr 4MLr. 'Of the four games pla le this sea- in the filth .trmls.
-. -. i~on, Gainesville has tahen two and Yesterday wa cala's r, and the
Qa Wt4dW d tmie -t-d yes- the locals two. They hoe 'two more ans made the ort atf tit. Usually
%M MMw She eat down a vety ]erge games scheduled for tIis week and dignified busaeos mn, tin their ex-
ai Wme be aved delegate m. and a both-sides will pall hard tor the sea- citement, thr.w hats, umbrellas and
t "am that knew the ins mod outs son's victory. Gakesville will work other ardl ;imt -the lar, and many
f the '-* to pwrltf' inn -rh :!, a left-hander In the bx today, wtble pieces of Usele -Sam's currency were
S.,.. ", -* . -. ---, 'Walker will occupy thel center of thb throw~ nto the d, mond to fortunate
,diamond fo- the locals. A agame ful y -u-ay ,_ .n..A3.,.. f yl ..thal!

WS9 ~a secd ea%&Ine uvet
O.mak gy av K Hftb W 'MMIDraciv
fto e mvy .urwsim tr irum
I~mIpMl y Ut p'~th-c

qw -m tie. It Mtsetil-a -a
- ad atw"Im-

Mouser.K. ashamand PkW'mlfl W lth.e
gkknwesvte 6.3. caw down Y'&*
ap itovitae.. the Uban me. mad 4f
cqm ge lamw their OWdifrianeW .Ol
low esa" teem Mr. hkx~bam, tr.
awWy waym1iumgt dd bbe wnai I
bw Ig ow e~ty is ttoa L'- daYti

Vr I W @@Mk who as built
at. a its" reveftoti ama tm'uzr asiid

men. iI.. jatwk Irvw CGeor-
am *he I e t11"od g to Duo(, hi
ib Ra' i thUMlbe mfaplie Vilitary

as exciting as yesteiaii.
expected, and it Is 1o to
fans to goto the grswumt
the home boys to vicu-ry.
The seore:
Gainesville.. ... ..- 40 4
Ocala.. .. ... .... ) 0

contest i,
the Ocala
and cheer

0 0 40-0
0 0 0 ('--4

Summary: Two4ase .hit, Pounds.
Sacrifice hit. Myers. Stolen bases,
Wilson, Jores. Ba, on balls, off
Windham, Struck ,out, by Wio.i-
ham, 11; by Wilsea, S. Time of
game, 1:15. Umpire: 3dr. Gerig.


',WAlker Fanned i U w an
Won-Five to am' im


.From Saturday's Daiv.y
Most of the followe- r the Gaines-
ville baseball team returatd home on
the excursion Thursdra evening.
hu''ce t:ld u-nt witness the !)r, ty ,*
tea: of thei- Team an Frilhy aflto-

f!ver, and the toc] organization will
be knaodktt at the *door of a Centrall
Florida leaue, snulkl tidme be organ-
imed atst *Eson. It takes a winning
team to arouse such 'excitement as
has been anifetad :In Ocalas during

the -me 'wedk
la the series with Gainesville the'
Ocali tam has inow won three
games. tied one, "and lost two. If the
locals win todiw'e -game they will
capture 4ide eeiss 'with a good mar-
gin- Sboua 'they lose it, however.,
the ha*r's will !be divided. Let the
Zans go wrt a iI afternoon and again
cheer the :tume roys to victory.

The scare:

GahweiAere .....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-
Oca0I.. .. .... .. 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 x---
Sumanary: .Iarncd runs. Ocala, 2.
.-acriflv bit, R Donaldson. Hits, off
An4sky, ;5 in 1 rr: innings, off Watson,
2 in fom- irn i.- .. Stolen bases, Hen-
"':.j .i i;,.ers,. Vindham, 2. Double

For having been under


several days. His condition was not
good, and to all appearances the team
was not according him the best sup-
port. No pitcher can win games
without being properly backed up by
the fielders Two bases on balls, one
hit, a batter hit, a passed ball, a stol-
en base, three errors and a sacrifice
fly netted Gainesville two runs in the
second inning, which was all they
.could get during the game.
After the second inning Windham
was in the box for Ocala. having ex-
Ichanged positions with Jones. Myers
succeeded Fudson behind the bat, be-
ing Windham's regular catcher.
Gainesville's scoring immediately
ceased. They were blanked to the
end of the game.

Gainesville remained two runs In
the lead until the sixth inning. For
Ocala, Jones hit to Graham, who
muffed. Jones attempted to steal sec-
ond, but was thrown out by Hooks.
Pounds singled to left and stole sec-
ond, was sacrificed to third by B. Don-
aldson, and came home oa Little Don-
aldson's single to left. L.. Donaldson
went to second on a passed ball, and
scored whet Spottswood dropped Bar-
nett's drive to right field Collins re-
tired the side, short to first. The
i-core had been tied, "and the Ocala
rooters had loosened up. Many ea.l-
ized that taey had no baseball voice
on account of their cheering of the
day before.
No furth r runs were made until
the ninth ilming. After Ga nesville
had bees retired promptly, Collins,
the first an -up for Ocala. fanned.
Myers siged tO right, was sacrificed
to weam by Vindham, took third on
a paxsd bIdl, and scored the winning
run ve Roy Galloway's klt over sec-
oad tlse, *which Peddy and Allen
rnade vatn a-ftemptR to reach, and the
gn-e was wn. Myers and Galloway
had 1ree ri s on the shoulders of the
Ift was 'a hard fought game, and be-
ltoned to either side up to the ninth
hlumg 'Wilson is a good pitcher, and
wMh upperr support only one run
wwild Bave been scored against bim.
The same can be said of Jones, for
with perfec support, he would not
lawe 'been scored on. However, the
locals are willing to tie to Windham
and Walker. and to put their faith in
these .two: itcthems.
Dlmrag the season Ocala has played
forty-luve games, winning twenty-six,
lDoitg eighteen, while one remained a
draw, whicn is a pretty good record,
Ocala has seen this season more base-
banl and better baseball than during
any Tyevious year.
The score:
Gainesville ...0 2 0 0 0 0 0--2
Ocala.. .. .....0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1-03
Summary: Earned run. Ocala, 1.


Will Have General Headquarters at
Jacksonville and Look After tne
Citrti0. Fruit Shipments

Circulars issued recently by the At
lantic Line announce the ap
pointtneirt of Robert Taylor ;as ow-
cial agent for that line. with head
quarters at Jacksonville. Mr. Taylor0
will devote Ms entire attention to the
development of the citrus fruit Indes
try at points; on the line. It will be,
his duty to endeavor to place la the
hands of the commission merreiats
and buyers in the east and west a
list of reliable shippers and growers
in this section. as well as endeavor to
place in ti:e hands of growers ad
shippers in this section a list of r-
liable commission merchants aad
He will alio look into all coudlittl
connected with the proper marketing
of this large and important eropl, a
as to assist the growers la marketing
their products quickly and secure the
most advantageous results.
Mr. Taylor has for years beea ons-
nected w:til the Coast Line ia this
state, and is one of the bet pot d
men in the country on the citrus freut
Industry.-Tampa Tribune.


Blitchton Is mourning a tragwe
event which occurred there earl
Sunday morning. In the mnghmr-
hood Is a pool of water called ni
Sink, which the boys use a swim
ming pool. On Sunday mmratag quite
a number of them weN out to esmoy
a swim, ana while Latdis BUtch. Mso
of Dr. S. H. Blitch, was standliag e
a projecting rock, yong Clydr Alb.e
swam n p to him and esxtenaed hi
hand. which young Bliteb grasped.
but in doing so was pulled If the
rock Ito the pael .aad youmg Ailem
released hi- hold ad seak. and ever
rose to Trie surface again.
It was a most lamentable occur-
renme mad the lttle community is very
greatly grieved ever tt. Youag AlMem
was about sixteen years of age sad
was a bright. promising lad.


Mr. L F. Walseman. ag,*d 52 yards.
dieu at his home ina Oala. Fla Sun-
day. The body reached A ilama s
Thursday an(' the finm*ral *wrvices)
will I-e conducted from the undlertak-
ing establishment of Greenhbrg. Boudi
& Bloomfield Friday morning at !t
o'clock. Rev. C. T. A. Piwn will o-.
date. The interment will tw in
Westview ct-metry. Mr. Walowman
was for a nurther if yanr Florida
corrps.onnil'nt for manv 'rult .x


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f~ppml i ms

K E T l d running forO rr y m ,e :, ay. En- '(Collins. Bases on Sacrilce hits, Bulllock, B. Donaldson. ihan,,s. an,' was a II kn,,wn a, OnAI.A
.,s,, An 1-ou. (;a. Mr. Bwden aspect like the o mc ot Turs.ity at:- C:: ,.,rk". 2: of Ansley, 1. Hits. off Jones, I in two innings; off 'horitv in h. *,.i::,s \ion: --
to .* 1 **,. Mal r .J E T. Bewden o,' :.'' in 1.. t ainesi, id '.~ ',. "'r ,':, by I:Akier. 1 ;; by Ansley, WiN-mham, 3 in seven innings. Stlon .1 f-,rnil L W
o la. k-*,il. anl is well know in run in eihrT game. HoV.';-. : :.*".(1. Ilit by pitcher, B. bases, Wilsn. Pounds.2, Darnett. Ba I
Orab ie* .ninered tbe sale o the give Jusce where just s TI gane. 1:30. 1 m- ses on balls. off .Jones, 2. Hit bYvTHEY MAKE OCALA HEADQUAR-
t 8,am..t HeiItsb property o-7re. "o -air to n ion Tt l .. 7:-. ~ n anl Harris. pitcher. Hooks. 2. Struck out, by TER
defeated Ocia On the oal! ;: Jonps. : by Windham, S: by Wilson,
S ,.,.. a,. ,sa r Dals in ta yby the sameSr 6, C,4aIN'SVLLE SLATEN AGAIN 9. Left on bases. Ocala, 6; Gaines- The dlrurmmner ;:I,- inva.'n : T at
..,:A -Ocala team won yefterdn i ,I m vil-l, .; Time f ame 1: 0. m-
**" .Wker w,-s in the gle U ,'.l
S. A,'-i I the O ala r, ir.. Mr. Fiank Harris .Jr.sure stn I : r .-,V. r-1 D,
Stht, o de plume of time. and was his exc..nie-l wi,:i- 3y Cacse Score of Three to Two the .pure sign r i r .i, ,nr-. h n
1.., h .. no~n.e 's real ing anich kept the boys oS the lI." Locals Won in Ninth Inning M rospN.tivE Dr-nimers .hin. ..t l
A ,. l ,- si(ityto scoring. He tan,:,i ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED town. but .i-v kn ,.w Tampa i. 4,,

hew--"t-neis Chro-.ixi n.aSuniiay',Dai 3Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier of this -
, ,,, h.... w -.In.,rne. Chron- si',,Vix men in nine innings. l nd b1-'; Sunda"y r "nl ----Mrs. in that cla..s--Tampa Tin,..

lowe rL, irs cnly c:e it. To finish o an ciil- and suc- city announce the engagement of The last lerttr of T. F \ .iseman
gle by Allel in the fourth innig. cessfui week, the basi-bal ean ir tia nghtr. Edna. to Dr. Sylvan to the paper of which he was he tah - -
S to t The game started with Spo`ttswd again took the Oak HL boys into cElro Orn o. F la, the marn t. th w Y r C
.< T "'McElroy of Orlan,ro. Fla. the mar- corr,,pon,ln. ,h,. N-w V,-I, Pit.,.r CAi
m a ." to p, pauiane at the ba for Gainesville. After two camp yesterday afterm(on. and hope ri, to a the latter part of ,ii,,h i "h O(:t! an.r
wh *0nras to Mi rin.i- to takep la", the latter part of ^ pubisn'"i l D (cla Hinnr I
h m.ld ai the colmgIsn strikes, Walker threw one of his fa-J to hold them there until t.e next sea- r Tuc,inv. Th.. .. -. ., ,,*,.
., r. from Bomto. Mass.. and mous drop '1alls. which broke tooson ,,pen.s. Sr.J. L::-. an wa: I ...
.h.a a (yr.on. M I mn wil he a prr)"inn; '. T .
1 .." -^.lated to R Adimral soon. hittii;. the ground before : equaily excite.: as he .utes: o,
the -t'-'r' Spa-t90n t i- z as-!to 1,,-- l .-\ Zi,-r. is.:n"
-.f'al [yto. reached the plate. Spttswood fanne, Thu,-day afternoon. wirir:h EndeiJ- ,nmost at.rae.iv'
4IS* t ,,t.r P'*" w.ay t.andr. tMr. at the ball -nyway., and the bal ; ;hut a s(ore for eiftber t m. Sat- S o '" .
S!)Cs a!--itr s n- Ib ann -unenient -t.
.r- coun ct -1 ibounted away from Myers. Spa urd-ays ga.c, howeve-r.was mote in-i-, -. Tb n
,at *ri t conn!,if r enze om-ert wll 'ip read with "I**'- r, h '....
b, 1'. P 0 ..n wood reacting first base. Cra3 '" I. are ing t<,r the reason that :.b l .- ,
.-,ani." a w, C A".M IIft f n r-1i f by h r -many r *.
*.' '. c' 'Tfhit to Pounds, who stepped on sec-. cals played an up-hill game, anmd rna!- Pr..Erv n f Orl .. i T
second. base. rearing Spottswoou a, w, n.
do)' .o t Ionpntt y ,,." ,V, V' -,, .
-le- C! ae I and coFnpretd dooige play, putting c" Duirmng tle season the team repr- .,. ,
*, .. ., hae been in Graham at first. Allen out. sh *rT "sentug Ocala and Gainesville played
' h : m ths first. For Ocala. Po"ns hit 'o H sev ; three in Gainesville a.l '. HY GO ELSEWHERE? ;''." .. .
hK.- r-.'""' ,, h'f- nt Th'. drix.'who f:mhl!ed. the batter be : :.,ur ou "he home grounds. Of ;he -
,c,, r,, ** l- ,-. -d t, 'or an.d ,ad safe at firfs. B. D-aldson put h:a jsev-n games. the locals have weon Our agency will show', -n. fn .., :. ..
.. .. .-fu ,' I . Culn on second with a nea? sacrifice after' f-our. ed one and lost two. which evidence cf 5" years -xomnsiv a!..... .
* *, *.* .fl ',*l, -" tk" wh,, wbichb he sit-le th4rd ad crossed the gives them. without question, the in- and highly satisflld oers of the L. r :,- ,, : ", '. ; ,
h. h. ,r ,l.eon B ts hH to left f0& r'mpo .p. Paint. All dealers in other
a ,, ,, t :'. .- 1 1 ill be plate on Barneit's bh to lef fi ,i. pionship. Iair combined nnot furnish Ie bo -'.' '." :: a",s "h. ," -"
, ,, '" : C'ulhlen re. The noise began with this run. ani It was in:-nddel to use the double evidence. When painting with L. & it !:'-: ': i
* '- .". .a afer.,1n'J1 did not cease until Walker had fanned u::pire system again yesterday, as it M. you are painting with Metal Zinc ,, ; .. ., ..,
.. . .'. - the last two men in the ninth inning. wvorktd wel; the day before, but the i Oxide combined with White Lead.. on T.3k
.... ..... w --- U .- vn vi;,=r" coice ,f a n haritr.aor A. Zinc is imperishable and make the ion no Tk
H ndi w'as given viai:;,rs, EhiA.- of an arhitrator diI! -

-M ' S. d "t hm y. t.rday and first on ball's. Walker tried ti catch
.. ,,t4 ri. goal to s hbim him off the base and threw wild. Hen-
Ma.. rt0*il rtU has b*. n thirteen drix going to second. Peddy struck
Car t bee a. but he has out. Bullock was out on a fly to left
.-ar se* be @ did not have fleld. Hendrix then stole third base.
o t Itlo e tlat b o the "old With two strikes on Watson Hendrix
t --d-r* .**'M toA At .. *. 1 stal home. making a long

not appear on the field. Many ex-
pressions of approval were heard
from the Gainesville contingent re-
garding tht decisions of the umpire
until the locals tied the score in the
sixth inning, when their tune was
changed, but then this is always ex-

L. & M. wear and cover like gold. Its
colors remain bright and lasting
Don't need repainting for 10 to 15
years. Besides it costs 1-3 less for
Sold by Mclver & MacKay, Ocala,

Yr. Leele., who owns an orange

Mr. and Mr-.. A!l-r Pr',octor I',
dro were shopping :n Ocala Sait'r av
They w'r*' pion,-'r s&le'rv ier l 'Li t
thriving section and dlid not follow
but helpe,' biaze the way tha-t ha
brought about the pr,,sprity which
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"Sbe time a -Mr. W. IL Mitchel.,
me of the most prodmient and best
beolved men of Thomasvlle, Ga.,
was arrested. charged with an at-
tempt to abduct a Miss Lucile Linton,
a beautiful and acco npllted young
woman of that city.
The evidence disclosed the fact that
Mitchell had sent a wire to Miss Lin-
ton from a near-by station to which
was signed her brother's name. The
message stated that he had been hurt
In a runaway accident, and wanted
ber to come to him. He sent a ve-
hice for her and said that she could
trust herself with the driver.
It is alleged that Mitchell was the
driver of the vehicle, and had- dis-
guised himself as a negress.
In the progress of the drive Miss
Linton became suspicious, as she was
satisfied that she was not on the right
road to the little station.
She finally heard an approaching
vehicle, an(' made an outcry, and the
occupant came to her assistance and
rescued her. In the confusion which
followed the driver escaped.
It was in evidence that Mitchell had
a country place near-by, and in a
search which followed, the gown and
bonnet the disguised negro woman
wore were found hanging on a nail
near the bottom of a well on the place
and it was discovered that the house
had been wired with electric warning
While sitting in a chair at his home
some time afterwards Mitchell was
shot from ambush, and was badly
wounded in the foot.
Mitchell claimed that the whole
thing was a plot to ruin him. Public
sentiment was and is still divided.
Mitchell up to that time had been a
man of irreproachable character. He
was popular in the c-mmunity. He
was married. and had grown children.
He was a model husband, and in his,
troubles his wife stood loyally by him.
Mitchell nas convicted and after a
hard fought battle in the courts to re-
verse the jerry's decision he lost out,
and the pardoning board and govern-
or refused to interfere, and he is com-
pelled to serve his sentence on the
chain gang and in stripes.
Here are the comments of the
Thomasville Enterprise on the last
chapter of this most mysterious case:
Judge Not
Circumstantial evidence wove its
web around that one of Thomasville's
best loved citizens so completely that
Wednesday, sick, possibly unto death,
he was taken by the sheriff and incar-
cerated in the Thomas county jail.
Attended by his physician and a score
of loyal friends and relatives, carried
in agony or a pallet, the iron doors
of the jail clangee behind him,
smirching him with the name of the
Circumstantial evidence! Only cir-
cumstantial evidence!
The history of the world is filled
with cases where the web of circum-
stantial evidence has sent to the fel-
on's cell, aye even to the gallows, not
one but many whose names were af-
terwards cared by the truth as it
tardily reached the ears of justice.
Who shall say that this close-woven
web shall not in God's good time be
brushed away. and this man. beloved
of his friends, and the heart and cen-
ter of his loyal family and his rela-
tives, with his good name restored
again take his place in the affairs of
men. which he has always held prior
to 'this hour.
Shall the example of that devoted
wife pass rnnoticed? Is there anyone
who kn, ws the man's inmost
thoughts, lis desires and his weak-
nesses as she knew them? Would a
pure women of The besi blood in the
south, cling to a man in the degroada-
tion of lustfully destroying another
pure woman? It is impossible' And.

to his friends, to thise who knew hin:
intimately.the attitude of that wife is
refutation enough. of the circumstan-
tial evidence of which he is tLe vic-
Judge not' Wait until time shal.
show whether or not the verdict.
which carried him to shame. was cor-
rect. *Th truth will be known some
day. Until that day. those who know
him best. will wait impatiently for his


For many. many years there has
been an insane search to find the
north pole After all these years, an
American. Dr. Frederick Cook, claims
to have accomplished this feat. He
says that he made the discovery in
April. 1908. He went forth without
any flare o: trumbets. before the ae-
roplane crase had taken such a hold
,n the public mind, and returns like
he went. His performance was so
quiet and unostentatious that many
take his s cry with more or less
grains of allowance, but all are hop-
lag that it may be authentic.

Mr. WUHlm H. Mitchell one of the
- ut m lar efl e aet 4ohnsRw'fiI

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democrats than republicans to the
house, as fruits of the McKinley bill.
"A few figures may serve to eluci-
date the situation, and here they are:
"There are nineteen republican
members whose pluralities range be-
low one thousand; nine whose plurali-
ties are belo wtwo thousand, and
above one thousand, and eighteen
whose pluralities are below three
thousand, and above two thousand.
That make, forty-six all told.
"With th- current running against
them not a man back of the forty-
six is certain of re-election
'"One other thing is quite likely to
help us in 1910. In any event the sen-
ate will remain republican till 1913.
"When the beneficiaries of the
Payne-Aldrch bill reflect upon that
fact and uron the further fact that
they will hold the white house till
1913, they tray conclude that 'there is
no sense in squandering their wealth
in electing a republican house in 1910.
and therefore leave republican can-
didates to peddle their own canoes.
"Democratic prospects are improv-
'ing every hour."


The AtlaLta Constitution predicts
that the prc,osed income tax will be
ratified by n. splendid majority at the
next session of the Georgia legisla-
In the editorial it is said that the
reason it was not passed at the last
session was that it came to the atten-
tion of tha* body too late in the sea-

son, when other
ing importance 1
while the inco
could sleep a y
Constitution says
"The federal
-ment will ve ta
at the second
assembly, when
be unhampered
questions and it
such a majority
as to Georgia's
recognized just
ciatic principle.
"Only ignorant
can write Georg
those states oppo
"If made an is
Ie credited that

* legislation of press-
had to be considered,
)me 'tax proposition
rear. Continuing the

I for meals and obey other foolish cus-
toms that are synonymous for sum-
mer resort. In fact, they can have
a much better time 'all around and
come out of it with a bundle of good
money in their pockets.
Travel ard sight-seeing are the
most delightful of undertakings, but
it is not possible to pursue them in
the best way on ordinary vacation
trips, especially those which the
great majority of "workers" are able
to take. If the cost of two or three
such vacation trips were saved up for
as many years a trip of sight-seeing
could be taken that would be worth
the while.-Columbia (S. C.) State.


It is a sail and touching story, that
of the death of L. F. Walseman, the
representative of the New York
Packer at Ocala. which city he had
decided, not so long ago, to make his
permanent home, being too much
charmed with Florida, after being in
the state awhile, to care to leave it.
His wife died at Atlanta recently, and
grief at so heavy a loss seems to
have brought on illness, during the
delirium of which he wandered into
the street. where his peculiar actions
caused a policeman to arrest him, and
here, in a common jail, this enthusi-
ar;tic friend of Florida died alone and
unattended. Mr. Walseman's contri-
butions to his paper showed him to
be an able writer and observant re-
porter. A faultless diction as well as
glowing enthusiasm characterized his
letters to the Packer.-Times-Union
Short Talks.


income tax amend- We would delight to tender a "cup
ken tp no-t su.a.;jr that cheers 'to our good friend, Editor
session of this same Mataews. of the Bartow Record-or,
its consideration will perhaps, a dose of liver medicine
by pressing state might touch the spot. Br'er Mathews
will be ratified by insists that the world is growing
as will leave no doubt worse; that our civilization is a fail-
attitude toward thia ure: that most of us are mere worms,
and reaionalle d&ma writhing breath the iron heel of cap-
ital, and that most any day Catholics
ce ',r Olttr'or motive may seize the whole United States,
ia in I he column of nail them up in orange crates and
osin. the income ax ship them to the pope. For ourselves,
sue i '.s sc-ucely *., we contend that this is 'the best world
the a is .a county y in we ever saw, and as long as we are

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e Malm News-Re Folks are begiSntg to return from
on. Champ Clrkoftheir vacation---that Is, a few of
of the democratic mirorit7. has lately e. Mo. of them, even i they do
given publicity to the ide' as to tl !look a trifia tired and tagged out, are
prospect so.' democartic sacces in reporting that they had 'bully," go-
the election of memb of the lwer rious," and other kinds of fine times.
house of congress, wa h takes place IBut after they have said this much,
next year. !everyone and all of them will hasten
e takes a very cheerful view of remark, "But I'm glad to get back
the situation and freely predicts that' home.
democrats will be in the majority in Of course there is no place like
the next congress, which will give home, and the people who have tried
the party a great leverage in carrying it will tell that it is quite possible to
the presidential election of 1912. enjoy a greater rest and a much more
Mr. Clark, as a summary of his satisfying time by passing a vacation
views on the subject, says: at home than by spending it abroad.
"The firs- step toward electing a There is nothing more interesting, or
democratic president in 1912 is to desirable, frc.m an educational and va-
elect a democratic house in 1910, rious other standpoints, than travel.
which we will probably do. Even But it is hard work, unless there it
many republicans believe that. The time to do it leisurely, and with
.precedents favor that result. means available for all the comforts
Generally the party carrying the that are possible on the road.
presidency at one election loses the With the majority of people who
house at the election next coming. take vacations, however, the time is
Generally the party which makes a limited. Primarily their vacations
general revision of the tariff loses are for rest and recuperation from
the house at the next election. the tasks that are necessary to make
The republicans revised the tariff a living. And while it may be a
in 1872 and lost the house in 1874. 1 change tha' will be interesting and
They revised the tariff in 1890 and instructive, tco, for persons to pass
lost the house by a tremendous ma- such vacations in trips to distant sum-
jority in November of that year. The mer resort-. with a stay of two or
democrats revised the tariff in 1894 possibly three weeks, the hustle and
and lost the house three months later.'bustle of traveling to these places
The republicans revised the tariff in and getting back from them are not
1897 and carried the house by the skin very conducive to deriving the vaca-
of their teeth in 1898, having only tion benefit that are, or should, be
thirteen majority. It is the consen- sought after
sus of public opinion that they would; At few of theses resorts are the
have lost but for the glamour of the convenience, that people have at
Spanish war their home-; In too many instances
SpTs ar In the fifty-ninth congress the re-
mer hotels and boarding houses is not
publicans had a majority in the house mr hotls and boarding houss is not
all that it should be. and is really a
of 114. In the sixtieth congress they t o a w ,
had a house majority of fifty-seven. .e for he ome
In the present house their majority is things to ea' that are provided on
In the present house their majority is
yvo-,r own tables, be the fare evcr so
only forty-seven. Even a blind man,
frugal. AIid the expense of such
can see that the current runs against
trips as tiieMo is no small itemn to
'them. Hold-ng all the seats that we reps as tcekI Mino small ite r to
reckon wi'.'. Many are the re'-rets
now have we must gain only twenty-
expresse, l (.',er the little or big h-nk
four in order to control the next p
house.roll that is carried along. The nced-
hed things and the little luxurie- that
Surely the tariff fiasco ought to could be b 0 gt, wi;h it are f otherr
give us net only twenty-four seats away than ever.
now held 1,- 'the republicans, buta Now, the a people who take thei va-
twice twenty-four. Indeed, the Payne- nations, their much-needd resit.h at
Aldrich bill is such a defiance of Iul- home. with little side trip; to the
lic opinion, such a thwarting of pub- country and neighboring places, have
lic desire tt at we ought to have as all the conveniences at hand to which
big a majority in the sexty-second con- they are accustomed, and without
gress as wo had in the fifty-second, which they are annoyed. They caon"t
when even New England sen-t more have to "dress up" three times a day

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Bt'"an. t-ta in.!timtalli !
ipr'Ittfcl ]th Is':!'fm' T'~~ C LEDOn 0-410
h'i iaile.1i, nt iiis!'-.pi
the- ma:'eI'. Thelt 't'h I'.t's r '
to thep jvr!i: id 'i "nsi.,-er til'v%' The Best 9 now itSNes

sa vin ha it was he olv 'ar paper the U
which public -heId all of thi- c ii :'.)\-r
.' which ice'ntly took ip aite bt.wten Sttes
tho Metroi lis anti C(n'.;r s-nian Circultl. 0.
Clark. Th'- Metro;polis w;as ionft nt V
to ;:ublish wht'; the unt:r ha to POPLA I
say without comment. What th.- B;n-r -
ner had to say was true. But the T 4n -.' '*, T*i. '
e sacola N evinced ,n.O 'fhe T >i -.. iI(,ai
Pensacola News evinced its sef-,.' of ,... ...e ... .... ....

justice by giving the matter more at-
tention that any other paper except
the Banner and the News is in the
far western corner of the state, and
some distance( removed from the sec-
ond district. Passing comment upon
the Banner a criticism, the News
"We agree fully with the Ranner
when it says: 'If we are not di1po,.,e,
"o hold up one another's hands,, w"
)u-gt at least tol) efair.' hut we be-
!ieve that such a rule 5lymtd no' n!y
exist betweci the member: of the pro-
lession. but that it should apply to all
public men. An unfair advantage ta-
ken. when exposed, is no advantage
Public men should be fought In the
public prints, if it ts necesqarv to
'ght them, cnly in the fairest manner r
They are at a disadvantage in a news-
paper discussion. and this Is a!l th .
rroere areas. why moderation anI a
sense of fairness should exist in -.V
ery editor in the state."-Miami .Me-


In ihe resume of what thl past has
,done for Vonrgomery. Alabama. r- r
*he advancon- pnt of comninercer andI in
co-ordinaiing the accomplishment of
'his past with the promise it giv:) of
future achievPment. the .ontgorn-ry
Advertiser scys:
After all has been said 'n*id ionle.
Montgomery business and her pro-
perity depends up ,n agriculture-th.
greatest art, the greatest indlust-.
known to man. Montgomery's appsr-
ciation of her debt to and .I4pend.
ence tpon agricultu;-, is shown hv
her magnificent system of roads Of
all southern countie- she leaI.. The
county has a total of 65 t milek of
dirt roads. !,f which there are 3:;::. t
miles of modern improved grravolled
highways. These road* have be,,n
buijt at a cost of $8.330.#441. aI
since the cr.unty undertook Its road
building task the tax values of the
county have increased from 6.toN..
000 to $20.00",000.
The Journal has for a long while
attempted to impress upon the people
of Pensacola the fact brought out so
forcibly in this extract--the supreme
value of farm cultivation with varied
crop production, staple and horme s
porting. The coneloshm arrived at



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fan.i aay ne-~pepev Tb*e eec th~*-e it
Its po;ibl~hou-r-o boo a'e
ril..'ie fit fill 'tIh. Il,.1)
ror 'he hr& -141o. bi ia
vr-. m.'n.Im-i IffiV iii.. Id lt., r. -.i
this v ip'o is oa i, -ieee Sa
Whoemi.' It- w Tht.-n~e if bttve*-
1% bandif"OI in a l".6"r%.e..POSD
ner It n I l oo % '-4,rt'isms .d -1 -4 to 0. a.
the' Iliad.'ae Ir- p.i asllh 41logo'0
carp' Thf. "IOWIIjachulpas.

C',rrent affairs aft~ 'e.
wit bout pr#,p:.hIe'e- bw .a
tile, sclrt-:'' .i w t~e-v 0 f

the, o-%rhavig. of ~, i*,
04' 141t rl~ t%,
ktf :it A mo I, is* .
'he- ol, at ii P*.V ste.. ,

(if -,toli,. rite' -* --ti. 4-11j,.
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real I % l~oel ?.o *
Tobfl.-fl q rb.e *
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Under tle caption. "it Puy t41
Keep Clean," the St. Aug stlSe m N I
teor says about a paragraph In *he
"The Pensacola Journal p rtlSntly,
remarks 'that the congre-'maN frmI
the third dhitrict has not fou'. I it
necessary t) do any explainh.g.' Yes.
and it will ('oubtless be with satiulae- a s.HlMAS -
Lion and to his gre'tt credit that CoN- tGas
gressman Mays will be .t:*'e to show
to his Constituents 'hat he !"ved up to. -
democratic teachings. an-i fnrt' i --
that he did no. enleq,'or to mnak lim-j
self conspicuous in ?.n endeavor to'
tickle repu;'icans vi'h a denun'i-a *
tion of denirocracy's brainy courastge-
ous and incorruptibd *'i ":I- 'l i- *I
liam J. Bry m.'II-
And political cleani.i. *. tight-
eous performance of one's duitty to the Af I OWS
people and the state in the mAt
broad-mindel and impersonal way, is.
next to the mirrored reflection of re-
ligious integrity, the best polisher of BOYS. THIS IS To it K 4 N T1
character. It makes it shine and the NITY to *arua I, ra. ** .,* *o-
dull surface:r which surround It. pays a goo1 s.ary ..-vr, mos s a
thbe year The-re winl t*e Vr. ** .*
If there is nothing to explain to man, fh r T-keraph 9 ,tw.r.'er. **
one's constituents there has be..n Fall ard Wi'nter ba 'where w. es*
nothing don.' to offend them. If there for *mapi years pot Th*, pro.w*-
is nothing to explain to the state. railroad 1 of the lt At160 e*,.owr p6s',
with the various interests which con- to qualify a.- v yoptS mae* o t ua
trol opinion in its different sections. character for lther *ervtw.- s a
there is a guaranty that people gen- sibmy eaa W ~e tr 1 trWee b, ,p4b
erally. appreciating a manly adher- ambitiots eys, ,f thpes "i& t w
ence to principle, rise above selfish yOur sthides s q" W ** **
consideration and pay tribute to sin- only four to -eta uaNa yr
gleness of i.rpose. tfe posiiMpon r(;arOsW Qset .f
g45 to ass per moeth b *** ae phe
Congressman Mays in having "noth- ant w.rk permnmeta m*&a**k1 **w
ing" to explain has "everything" to ralidl uromotloion


his credit; and the Meteor is right' in I ur tuition tI ****.-m .
tendering h'm an encomium O apt | rat#,
he~ithf,, An' ,ltn ,
and well expressed.-Pensac -la .iour- rinkinm iat.r Wr!,
nal. I ,;- 'i-< a a' .- o o'

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Local and PersoaiuiE

~~~a~ mg ', J (), 1. klt-have i
'I (1'.. I alifront their ut.ddn.,

'"1, 'hh h ua-s .d-li:htfully sptnt in
A a-h.uai'<,, andi Ital'im re

t t.a,' li naitter i% t Ocala? Is
* 'allihig t.-hi*i.l. Not a single case
** appi s-lit i'- nor of jiellagra! And
s'h Ii h Upj to-dla;e physicians, too.

M, T IT Br'an. who has so many
*'.-t.. inh LOcala. was here for a short
itm. tuntla.. and managed to shake
i .,i %1i a h a iiumn ir of his whilom
f Ir .'

4!t-v,' Ainton Graham is now
a'* ive .4'ta it:.! writes a iostal to this
*4'1 Ht. ay that Arcadia and De-
t -. ,, n, r,mindl him very much
-t h* ,lII n west.

tr, 4 ti: bhigber order of animals
***.u an Jakion'ille this week, was
Heti rank Harris. the "Nest-Egg" of
,b. F lrila Press -Jacksonville Flor-

T RASPAS NOTICES-11x14 inch-
* for sale at this office. 10c. each,
or $ a dioseL. Apply Ocala Banner

M' an. Mri. Chas. H. Lloyd are
haeirg a *i.litghtful visit at Asheville.
sad i Friday will leave there for
SashInaton and New York. They will
!0 a1a1 uinil the first of October.

Myr tusan Willis. a widow, aged
.** di .i at her home at Blitcbton Sun-
,. a' nl.n SShe was one of the pio-
.,.... .1n her death is lamented by
b, i. mat1:i rt. among whom she had
,i .' -. .,losg and so usefully.

ITEK\' When you are at home
.., t,i!: orders. When in town
*,i pl.;,< headquarters. Hogan's
,* .. h. whisk,'y man. x

M, I:ll lBradley. assistant tele-
,. .,rator at the Western Union
* j,. ha. acC pte'd a position at the
S,.,still office. and has, much to
'h. "*I 't- ot his friends here. g-one
. tu a ion'f us.

M. John R Dewey. who gave up
.. niat t. Went of the Montezuma
,,. .1 .., ;h first of the month. is in

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.r. L,,uis. :-,a\l is up from Sumter

:;;'.:y. where he had gone on profes
iuial business, and reports a shock
ing tragedy near Sumterville.
Mr. Duvt. was talking with t'he
shbnrft of the county, and was told
that fat the next term of the court
Sun'er w-,u!d present almost a clear
record. as no crime of any come
queun(e had been committed in the
county sine, the last term of the
court. While they were yet talking
the sheriff was hastily toil that
Beviiie, son of County C.,unlissiolh
Beville. had just shot and 1:lledl b lh1


The Gainesville Sun of Tuesday
contains the following account of the
marriage of Mr. W. L. Denham of
Gainesville and Mrs. Nettie Barco
Bishop of this city, which occurred
here Sunday at high noon:
"An incident of more than passing
interest to the many friends in
Gainesville and throughout the state
of the contracting parties, was the
marriage at Ocala Sunday afternoon
at 1:30 o'clock of Mr. William L.
Denham of this city and Mrs. Nettle
Barco Bishop of Ocala, Rev. R. H.
Barnett, pastor of the Methodist
church of the Brick City, performing
the ceremony.
"The wedding, which was perform-
ed at the home of the bride, recently
completed,. on Oklawaha avenue, was
a quiet affair. only a few of the most
iinimate frieids of the bride and
groom being present. There were no
invitations. only announcement cards
being mailed after the ceremony.


A beautiful ceremony was solemn-
ized in the Baptist church of Orange
Lake, Fla., Wednesday, September 1,
when Miss Ruby Pauline Waits and
Mr. Barnett Hatchett took the vows
that made them man and wife.
Promptly at the hour of six Mrs.
James Means and Mr. Lawrence Mi-
zelle sang impressively, "0, Prominet
Me." As the song ceased Mrs. Means
began the beautiful strains of the
wedding march, and the bridal party
passed down the tastefully festooned
aisle to an altar of palms, ferns and
roses, where Rev. R. N. Williams per-
formed the marriage ceremony.
The attendants were Miss Mary
Walkup, maid of honor, Miss Janie
Scott, Miss Elizabeth Mizelle, Miss
Ethel Scott and Miss Blanche Mizelle,
all becomingly gowned in white lin-
gerie dresses and carrying pink roses.
Little Misses Georgia Burry and Ev-
elyn Brabbam 1.Oe:, ,l. vvry sweet in
their dlainty wi:i're dr:'es'es. as thty

"TITh bride wore a pretty and styl- srr."vel the w:av f the hrid,.' and
iish suit of tan. with hat and gloves to groom with lowers.
lIliit( i 1. T Th<. i, v :.*' ravl lin'f c'(s-
"T'-- a-room is well and favorably .
1i, | turn ;i h *, I riil ailnorf l sIit of li ht
, ; ticallv roared. For many years h ro ic .T e ui 1I11 n hat the
" S Ini ; ; l-l,, ;lri: '! i in lrown and
has won connected with the Sun in'
ian otrirch 'unre s. Sh carried a
r its various departments. being at .
0owflv- hiiququvrt it white rost's.
- present city editor or'f i-is paper. He . fr, t a.
- is ;'ea-.rded very highly. not only byv gto,' The chrrmoni, to ri I pa
lTy Th and guests hurrir-l toth depot, as
n ." i"sr' < in tis office. butit by the b a. w lea
c.he b id anl ti rool c T KS 1o le Ia v en

'" ilt "ride is also know by many
here. She is a daughter of Capt. and
Mrs. Nic Barco of Crystal River, and
a niece of Hon. J. M. Barco, for sever-
al years register of the United States
land office in this city under the
Cleveland administration. In Ocala
,ho is iniong the social favorites, and
s ad'. rr"l for her clever, entertain-
i *n: disposition.

his father-in-law and moiher-in-law. "Mr. and Mrs. Denham left on the
Mr. and Mrs. Harter. afternoon train over the Seaboard for
Just a fev minutes before Mr. Du- points in west Florida and Georgia.
val and the sheriff had seen young and expect to be absent about two
Beville pass them in a buggy and had weeks, after which they will be at
noticed that he had a shotgun across homt to their friends in east Gaines-
his lap. tville.
It appear., that Mrs. Beville was on "To Mr. and Mrs. Denham friends
a visit to her parents, and they had extend congratulations, with best
endeavored to persuade her to leave wishes for their future."

her husband and live with them, and
as soon as the husband heard of it it
infuriated him and threw him into a
passion, and he at once hitched his
horse to his buggy, seized his gun and
proceeded to the home of his. wife's
parents, an as soon as he saw them
began firin, 1-illing them both.
iHe made no attempt to escape.

Mrs. R. D. Thompson and her little
grandchildren, Bob, Hugh and Mar-
garei Chace. left Sunday for a
visit to Mrs Thompson's daughter.
Mrs. C. E. Powell,. at Lexington, Ky.
Mrs. Chace and son. James, are also
visiting Mrs Powell. and it will be
a pleisant re-union. It will be good
h,., l ^n* 1* 1 ..U r~l r/, . ^1

i i c i ar'y uc .la-.iackso n ii e t ran.
After reaching the station, the bri le
tossed tip her bouquet, and amid
great scrambling it fell into the bin Is
of Miss Jani, Scoit, much to the cha-
grin of the other bridesmaids. Con-
gratulation.s were barely received be-
fore the tiain arrived, and Mr. and
Mrs. Hatche't. amid showers of rico,.
ieft f'or difftuent )nior.ts in Ohio, visit-
'ing Lookoui Mountain. Mammoth
Cave and other pIlaces of interest on
the way. After the bridal tour is
completed they will return to Haw-
thorn, Fla., their future home.
The bride is an only child of Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Waits. Orange Lake
is her childhood home, and there she
is best loved because best known.
To judge ct her popularity one need
only see her vast display of varied
and handsome wedding gifts. It is
with great reluctance that her home
community resigns to a more favored
one, her place in its home. social and
musical life. However. she will still
retin her place in the hearts of its
Mr. Hatcnett is an honored and
'trusted employe of the A. C. L. in

The Beville family is one of th- ei.d- l-" 1,1; i t tI rui i Cu L aceti smue u - .
est and mos-t prominent in the co'.Tny. better, and that Mrs. Chace has en- Hawthorn. He is respected in that
*iirely recovered from her long and se- place for his high sense of honor. his
r irlvns devotion to duty and his high ideal of
Major J. K. Priest was among th rios ilnss.devoon to duty and his
visitors to Ocala Saturday, and in.
conversation with a reporter of this M1r. R. A.. Kelsey ot Stanton was in The' best wishes of many friends
mee.r t attend the young couple wherever
paper said that the people of the F .rt O!a Tuie-..,ay. attending the meet-atten the young couple wherever
McCoy section are very proud of the ing of lb.' Confederate Veterans. and they may ge hoping that their live -
Rentz railroad. and have nothing I-ut said to a r'pior;er of this paper that may be a glad realization of all their
praise for the energetic promoter. Ii he pillaru at Stanton Saturday was dreams, a fond fruition of all theit
is now in louch with other section -a most enjoyable affair, and Mr. A. J. hopes. * *
and a market outlet has been given to eangoo surpriseHE his neighbor VETERANS MEET
them. and truck can now bie grown by vthe speech he made. It was excel-
with an assurance that it can te lent from all points of view, an whenarn camp of Confederate
speedily shipped to market, and in he finished his neighbors reaze its monthly meeting at
consequence of wh4ch land value that hey had an orator in their midst. council chobr at 11 o'clock
have in reased considerably, and ev- \e are hd t -'r a*ll a Tiunsday meaning.
We are headquarters ftir all good T 'so lu'e'ing.
ery land owner is now richer than he ihIngs to eat and drink. G(;od service The following responded to the call
was before the road was built. "Yes." and prompt attention. AI.,gan, the of ;hce roll:
said Major Priest, "the people of Fort whiskey man. x Alfred Ayer .J. L. Beck. R. A. Carl-
McCoy think a great deal of Mr. r h. 'R. Caldwell, R. Evans. M.
Mr. an! Mrs. F. A. .cCtI hII ..... toi. V;-R. Caldwell, R..1. Evans. N.
Renrz." former residents ;t Fj)rt P i-e. a:e P. Frink, B I. Freyermuth. L. M. Gra-
now resi;.eirts of- O-'a1. A' mu"h ad- hai. R. A. Kelsey. H. \V. long. .1 H.
Qu;,e an event occurred at the zoo .. '.V l. I)..i. \,;:! r.

'<11. today. "e I ,,-,' ,-- yesterday a- 11 o'clock. It had a \is- .n. \ \\- M .
r*. The Montezuma amazing-ation from the stork. and a beati- O- .. P -r. .
, a h born hotel man. ful, tiny der was left there, gr neatly ..... '" S. I R. ShU. v
E- en d John o the delight of everyone. In a i- r T
SU-I.E A second-hand John- go w, ?: e n^w re and
Iue vh.-, !,-- ...t.wsspread ind :.. ,:... an:. d -" .i. $ \VP-w r4. 1-. TV.
x n good cou elt:ioi. A bar- rii H r s s a un :. c f- 3' o r ".t'., \i;1 -

on-,'' u ; ]i-"i ou':n i r r .... ,- ;, k ,.- ; ', s , ,l,;w, ; -".: *,!. ;- A..
t, -...,l, a i t sudde.n s o.. an a O a 2 2 :' ,: n. ..:!mp 0n .mo ;in fr ad:'.l-fl..

,r, *. i s.:i:.t'r a:irl 'd o .h-r 's t y Th "e i-' a oe ;- .;h. "i, ,, V .- s n ., m,,;,a, n c i
. v. i', r. :he wn..rld e 'io r n ci:cro 2 'i; h u t yr ..' -..s y a i a i' -... .. . -i, ( i:12"t ):., : -

- jgra I'i ,t.. "!Id. .: ]I sae'.xo f t;', i. v.: -ri tr,*'.- ,n If 'I, ,J ,- ,-'i n
.,' R ,\, a ctelor i'd won ifl[. '- '. i:''a nI:'']'" ? 'n'o the .z':.> in'-:- ". i i-; :;. '-i;r'. -h_ aril 'h, :."'lfr. ',f
S , ,'ruck over o li M. F.. Z. WVeilohiner. lih at'it ," Rj l pac. r. Ba was r' -. ai
:i -k h r an '1 "h- o klaw:-ha :ivei. was a hMonlay ". : rd of ca-tI .an,! ,' '-".. l -o a. ( I ::n.i -he an iolaln wxt b.- 'ar-
.Co. 3nd since the occur- visitor. He rep.,rts an unusual r,,' ;o take care of The-. v.. TO ",ie J'fferson Davis -,..-
-,,.u unconscious. died at amount of sickness in his community ,i.l A-s;( ia' ion.
,at Ilitchton Sunday af- aad accounts for it by ,e unusual T-' ai'n coun.- fair v.ill be h--ld Ter wa no oher 'iness bfor
rainfall and its sudden stoppage, and a- O''ala Ncve.: ber 24. 23 ,nd 2e. As he U-dnp. and a motion f,.r adjourn-
inch-b ve'riy noi spell that followed. The .p lair was a great success In every m, nt was made and adopted.
Pale SNOTICES-1x14, . each, fever is oP the dengue type. way 'ast year it is expected :hat ihis
ole at Appl otca. Banner year's exhibits will be larger and bet- Mr Frank H. Lytle. who, in his
Soen Apply A rdis Waterman. who has been ter in ever-, way and that the attend- youingerdays, was familiarly known as
r.. .rd _



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sodmm m s aw4

hu, a"u am aes.!
by swsh IOU ."

A GREAT St'o'( 'I J

The public demonstration of h. **-r n F 6***1*4
system installed by the Electrc Pr.,,, f i.'.,n ,n, w '
olis. Minn.. in our bank. has tak.-n pla ,n ** e*i. -, 0tb M
patrons and frit-nds for the inter.a 'h.'y '1 '., . ,a a
up-to-daT- impro.vpment.




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Our Store Will Be




On Account of


We il Open at 6

p. m. and Offer

Special Inducements

During the Evening

Dry Goods
ibadvTaeguam. Sh. meot Col
IL as Wo r. a b. ...
-b Umbe. isomed rovors.-S.
ONaf mmnsi eo r IIs elb for
~~L~mmm pmoi grades at
~~~imu ON uWhite Dmess
I waits' &ad gults.
Kai" 9W 1~11% dawil6le. to go
Wbft LANUO astworth40C..
SWNW LAWSCU ao ss. worth
S m aom" sitable for
11111011LAWMtbat ..Ii up to
sof totwo mir eat .... ...
601 sa ae 4 dcora. going
Wham. SAWS. guaed quaiti. Ise
~~t& I be sew shades.
WW" am. LorS e %p"nice.
Omma wvwmd airnpooks. gool
a sh... ..
N~yadismItahl. for ChtI-
41006"d at eat- non&
1A.I IN" b2W at only..
OW Am-il's. .. 4 Perc alet.
1*fbbuarhe.., t~h...ritnic ortb
I fb rq~e4 thbe.'mna. ciI
bg Istamr a is 1"1
I Ift 64bosa? ..
We111arbed U~h..-ting no
oft "niIf's a 3
i2S41*8111, -%I" f ot aprtons.
et .,slt'
~bem hmm i in

a bow Sin.- of' tre'ssgoods
WD 0"mab111w.Profitfoo ave
Gl-o vommuat*d



boldd Necessities














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4,'l,: 4 I AI)rNG4;)UN, ST( M K 4?f -10tS 4)lk 11w 4'lrl cli1 t 1~i1 ~1,.d .i'. n
N\4. attcr. it is" ijteijil toisel -.40I EN4)(1, AND) VE WILl :L 0 ~ 1;~ ~ -
1401,Y. We' ;IN lW4e Iw lv~ iIlinl. to) make it ri-Oit. PURBCHASE PRICE eIIaIt4ti.I *jIE'li A
Iii(S iniciiirnifi~yi Bau el-iov iteonl this shee.(t, then vocmilpail-c piriu-s.: ~it 1~ .11' .
D AY, Septembl er 24th is the LAST D AY. P ~si tivel v N-')() 4" )NT I N! .k NII'E'. TI lieu 1! %14'1. 1. 1 i

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Towels at all prices, beginning
at....... ..... ... ... ... .. .....
Good quality Table Damask, 35c. val-
ue, for.......... .............
All Linen Table Damask, at upward
from ...... ............ ... .....
Napkins and Doilies begin at. per doz-
en, for...... .................
Table Cloths, Colored and White. at
upward from......... .......
Table Oil Cloth, good quality, at up-
ward from ...... ... ... .......
Fancy Table Covers and Scarfs, good
vaLie, at upward from..........
When we say anything is FULL
SIZE, we mean that it is large
enough for what it is intended for.


Lace and Embroideries

We have simply thrown these goods
into this sale without regard to
cost or price. We have thousands
of yards of all kinds of Laces and
Embroideries which will be sold at
the lowest prices ever attempted in
this part of the country. Don't fail
to come in and see these goods.
Ladies Shirt Waists
Only a few of these goods, but they
are big values.
One of the specials is a lot trimmed
with Lace or Embroidery. well
worth 75c.. at only.. .........
Some mere good values at 49c.. S4c..
and ..........................


Little Things for Ladies and

Ladies' Black or Tan
ues. at only.......
Ladies' Black Hose,
good quality, at....

Hose. good val-
Lace or Plain.


Ladies' Hose Supporters, very strong
and durable, 35c. grade at.........
Ladies' 50c. Hand Bags, Leather, in
assorted colors, for .. ........ ....
Ladies' 25c. Hand Bags, in assorted
shades of Leather, for... .......
Ladies' Pure Linen Handkerchiefs for
only ............... ..........
Mennen's Talcum Powder, regular
price, 25c., in this sale............
Baby Silk or Embroidery Caps
for................. ........
Ladies' White Hemstitched Handker-
chiefs for only ... ..............
Children's Body Waists, good grade.
for. ............ . . . . . . ....
Ladies' Back or Side Combs, 15c. val-
ues, for only... ......... ... ...
Ladies' 65c. Corsets
for............ ... .... .......
Ladies' $1.00 Corsets
for only............ ..... ....
Ladies' 25c. Straw Sailor Hats
for...... .......... ........
Ladies' 65c. Straw Sailor Hats
for only...... ... ... ... ... ...
Ladies' White Wash Belts
for only .................. ... ..
Ladies' Embroidered Collars
for only......... ... ...........
We have thousands of notions in
our store which you need. and the
prices attached to them means mon-
ey saved.


Here and There
J. & P. Coats' Spool Thread. all sizes.
at a spool,. for...... .. ..... .....
Gold Eyed Needles. at. per paper.
only ..... ..... ... .. .. ...
Guitar or Banjo Strings at onlv :1
f r ......... ...... .. .. ... . ..
Eaion-Hurlbut's Box Papers
for......... ............... ....
300-Page Pencil Tablets
for........... . . . ....
"Mephisto" Copying Pencils, at 6
for...... . .. .. ..... .. ...
Guaranteed Alarm Clocks
for...... ... ............ ...



No Mail Orders Filled Dur,

ing this Sale.

In this


we intend

to rid

a first class dry goods store.




we hiMpa



of our former prices.

you take


Just think e mi m

into consideration



just what

that Odihn ha. Am"


we will not seil anymore of the abolvf.

lba k

U o igm

tend to handle crly such lir s as is i n a


We will sil everlt

to -*

Women and Children.


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24 is the

Last Day.

-W -- n--- .' r,- ..'-

Ift I Dow149* e

lil 1- 14, 1 .lot 4111,1- t (of' I his S-.401041~ ~~~ilS. iian l d t i I his sn ,'i 4- pri'ufir as this ais 140ttit


Silil- IlYjt'.Ii'tta54 prove liii dtista'-

"1141 tt.I' ulitil-. Ih11i:111 in lly 4f (our' prev'ious a&ttempIIts. bev-;i ei l & i s S40 bti il Ip S'III Iv.1that we have cut 4,111

F- to sit ol T40ATTEIN 11. hi" sts only teln days.MONDAY. t1iila :41 1. is Olwe first flaY, and

N4%.11,141e.I Itnl 1.toiit loy your le-sson.

I 1. I-

The lprices te'll the talte.

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El a.

of the lines not Carried by

we have put on sale all of



tis man to you, when

a have always been the

1 th is sie is ended

m. -ln the future we




by Men,

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72-inch Mosquito Bars. Iron Frame.
for...... ... ... ..... ... .....
90-inch Mosquito Bars, Iron Frame,
for only...... ... ... ... ... ...
Good quality Window Shades at up-
ward from ...... ... .. .... ...
Boys' Percale Shirt Waists, well made
and worth 35c.. at only............


Men's Clothing

We have simply cut this line clean
to the bone. Our line of Clothing
must go out with tm:s sale. hence
the prices are tempting.
Our special is a lot of suits that we
have been selling up to $9.9?5.
which go in this sale f)r .........
Another good lot is All Wool Worsted
Suits. made up in the very latest
style, the kind that we have been
getting $15.00 for, only... ........

$ 4.98

$ 9.98

Men's Pants

Our line in these goods is complete
and we can fit you at a big saving.
Our special for this sale is a lot of
Pants that we have been selling up
t, $3.9Q. which will go at........
Another good lot is some All WVodl
Pants. made up in the ver laWes'
style. Fuli Pee. Belt Straps. Flait..
Side Buckles. and well woerh up to
$5.',,. all go in this sale a* ........


$ 2.98

Gent's Furnishing Goods

Men ~ Soft Collar Sh's. C3.c. value.
for only. ..... . ... .. .. ..
Men's Genumine -SOISETTE Shirts,
$1.50 grade. for only... .. ......
Men's $1.25 Dress Shirts
fo r .. .. .. .. .. ..


Men's $1.00 Dress Shirts
for... ... ... ... ... ... ......
Men's 50c. Percale Shirts
for.... ... ..... ... ... ... ...
Men's 50c. Elastic Seam Drawers
for...... ... .................
Men's 50c. "POROSKNIT" Under-
wear for ......... ....... .....
Men's 50c. Honey Comb Drawers
for...... ...... ... ... ... .....
Men's 35c. Balbriggan Drawers
for only...... ... ... ... ... ....
Men's 60c. Cambric Night Shirts
for.... ..... ... ... ... ... .....
Men's Nainsook Night Shirts, $1.25
grade, for...... ..............
Men's Heavy Denim Work Shirts, two
pockets, well made. for... ... ...
Men's Heavy Denim Overalls,
for...... ... ... ... ... ... .....
Men's $1.00 Overalls
for . . . . ... . ... . .. ...
Men's Blue Chambray Top Shirts. well
made. for...... ...... ... ... ...
Men's Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, at
upward from... ... ... ... ......
Men's $1.25 Pajamas. at. per suit.
only v......... ...............
Men's Fancy Sox. Black. Tan andl all
the Solid Colors. at.............
A large assortment of Men's Felt
Hats at................... ...
You will find a lot of Eoods in this
line t. at you want if you will ,nly
niv us a visit.

Men's, Ladies'


and Children's


We have just received a large line
of Children's School Shoe.-, which
we wi!l put in this sale. Ev-ry pair
of Shoes we sell is Solid Leather.
and guaranteed to give satisfaction.
or we replace them free of charge.
and don't charge you for the tim.-
w rn.

A Sale that is worth miles of

travel to attend.


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Ballard's Obelisk and Patapsco

Superlative Flour

Oh! Ham

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

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

"The Ham what am."



Tetley's Orange Pekoe and Mixei

Tea. Magic Yeast.

Full line Staple Groceries


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T *ri -Saturday in October will
bhe h ere We ask that everyone
I SNta give the arulngs of that
Ssto the Florida Baptist Orphanage,
Agda. IV* This institution is for
W whtte orphans of the state of
0 gown". irrespctive of religious
4gs p r Mtioality. If you do not
g- fMthmg mg the first Saturday
S 4 Iter seed us the earnings of
ether good day. With many
tb to a very happy day, because
M1 amr mrktog to help the orphans.
Sanmd mems to maintain and train
-- edsaw these orphans, and oth-
n that art coming.
Wt Ne W *e mention another mat-
W. MerW. tha twenty months ago
-o bega a saaltarium which we have
seededd. Today its brick
a sta4 r.umplete and bare, be-
Ma wwe havr ot had the money to
O n rw ld with the work. Please
Stow t frmlad this building.
U g ermhaats. every business
gs teiM. people In every occupa-
S@ ebgtv es Sunday schools, wo-
gr easpitkle, young people's un-
aMmd Wgaratsatlons, secret orders,
W I tevk*mal in the state, send us
t a th* girt Saturday in Octo-
aw? It ye. will I am sure we will
e bb t'o ge forward with the work
Md Snto the sanitarium, which i we
as to ag Bean. Arcadia
3gWd ) to H. M. Bean. Arcadia,



whb-a lands than both Dako-

Ukr, riu,,. lanlts than Illinois.
U. *. fi,' land,, than California.
Mrw- t'eti*' lands than Michigan
OW Wteuinsin combined.
mhn, rUr. lanls tBhM all the rest of
Or Iatro
Up*. u.-tti.l than V.rmnt.
M3or. rasitte' tban New Hampshire.
More pwtol ui ni than Pennsylvania.
Mw*v. i onI :hain asny other two
I*'f* pt.tilcIng *ine-third of the
"q *(f the I Unit-I States.
Me,', irmu than Alabama.
0Ih 1 "..tu 'tan any otht-r rate.
U..*t lIai.'*' 'ban ih.. whole of Eu-

o -. ka, liti 'han the whole of Eu-

M -re railroad millea-. *han any oth-

Wrv #* *at'I, han any Thther state.
'al l.L.t ',hat
An i a 'h>..tnt, 'whtbr beingss une--
phrd I', ,ti. ,,l:*. '-a't. in the uBn-

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(For the Ocala Banner.)
He was but an amateur gardener,
and had not met with the success he
had anticipated. Some things he had
over-fertilized, and, in the presence
of his little seven-year-old daughter,
was telling his wife of that fact, and
discussing with her their prospects of
Their two oldest daughters were at
school in another state, and the baLy,
having no companions in the country
where they were temporarily located.
was necessarily made quite a compan-
Ion of. They had recently moved to
their present abode from a refined
and cultivated community that boast-
ed a large amount of musical talent.
and now, from gardening, 'they had
changed th-. subject to a discussion of
friends and acquaintances at that
place. Their little daughter was sit-
ting near, dressing a doll. and, cop-
trary to her usual custom, was taking
no part in the conversation.
The previous winter a charming
young lady from a more northern
state bad visited there. She was pos-
sesse-l of a most exquisite voice, and
this locall ability had received the
highest culture and training in the
old world as well as this. He had
never had the pleasure of hearing her
sing. but his wife bad enjoyed that
privilege, and was now telling him of
the occasion, and of the comments of
a certain local singer, that the young
lady's voice was cultivated to such an
extent that "all the sweetness had
been cultivr ted out of it." when the
little one quietly interrupted:
"I'll tell you what was the matter,
mother: her voice was too highly fer-
tilized." *

Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will
cure Blind. Bleeding and Itching
Piles. It absorbs the tumors, allays
the itching at once. acts as a poultice,
gives instant relief. Williams' Indian
Pile Ointment is prepared for Piles
and itching of the private parts. Sold
iDy druggists: mail 5fc. and $10.
Sold by Tydings & Co x

"Turps" .t 5., cents a gallon brings
smiles baci: on the faces of our
friends, th.' operators. For a long
time now they have looked mighty se-
rious. as well they mignt with the pro-
duct at a price bel .w the cost of pro-
,luction. 1. the tendency continues
upward we may expect all those en-
gaged in th.- enterprise to become ac-
tive in making improvements and in-
vstp.en:s along many lines as in the

,,tt i'i T* xas rarely days when turpentine operating was
u a*ricul'~tral pro-Iucti-t ot he only bhing." For the business.
r It'* I..r.- valued at our f iendz and ourselves, we hope
h. n.. al p:-.,,lucts at brii-h-'r das' are dawning for this im-
t he fac- rant industry.-Orlando Ren prrtr-

P :i. Ifl-h and oys-I
*-a m $. .* .' ;'t'on News.

Tv %s ob* *,r--'ht:t bu' Florida's
a .e'l** rlmai'.- hibh i- Gxil-given.
g f- t l* P. :' shich is also Flor-
boo .e'ervhing *I, followN .

Take your horse shoeing to J. L.
Smoak's shop. He has employed a
good shoer. who will shoe your mule
or horse, no matter how mean --r vi-
cious. and will do it for $1 all around.
His shop has not been infested with
the glanders, and Mr. Smoak will in-


The last session of the legislature
has been charged with all kinds of
bad breaks, both of commission and
omission, but probably the most hu-
morous of the whole list is the act
wherein that body made it a crime
for anyone to arrive at the age of dis-
cretion, and it is punishable by a fine
or imprisonment.
Under chapter 2951 is found the
"Section 1. That section 3542
(2622) of the general statutes of the
state of Florida be, and the same is
hereby amended to read as follows:
"Sec. 3542-Offensive Speech.-
Whoever having arrived at the age
of discretion, or uses profane, vulgar
and indecen language, in any public
place, or upon the private premises
of another, or so near thereto as to
be heard by another, shall be punish-
ed by fine not exceeding twenty-five
dollars, or by imprisonment not ex-
ceeding sixty days; but no prosecu-
tion for any such offense shall be
commenced after twenty days from
the commission thereof."
It will be seen, however, that by
keeping the matter of your twenty-
first birthday a secret for twenty days
no harm can befall you on account of
We publish the above for the bene-
fit of any young lady tempted to re-
veal the fact that she is almost twen-
ty-cne. Our advice is to stay young.
-Fort Pierce News.

Have you any worn-out chairs? If
so. gt a small can of L. & M. Home
Finish Varnish Stain, and in 30 min-
utes make the chair as good as new.
Full directions on each can.
Sold by Melver & MacKay, Ocala,
Fla. (i)
A most distressing accident occur-
red near Lake Ashby early Tuesday
morning, when A. S. J. Marsh acci-
dentally shot his rifle and killed his
little -laughter.
Mr. Marsh had been out attending
to his sheep on Monday. He always
carries a little rifle (32 calibre) as the
,logs are very bad and are killing his
sheep. The rifle was wet by the rain.
and as he got in late Monday he was
cleaning the rifle before g ing out
again on Tuesday. He had gotten up
early and was on the porch of the
house cleaning the rifle, before the lit-
tle girl bad gotten up. After he had
cleaned the rifle he put a cartridge
in it and was just going to set it down
when. in scme manner, the trigger

was pulled and the rifle discharged. WHAT COOK IS FEEDING US ON
The bullet went through the window -
a:-d s ruck 'he little girl-.? years of How do we know That Dr. Cook
age--asleep on the bed. She gave a fourr! the i orrh pole? ask the skep-
sc:-em. an! Mr. Mars. threw down inicT.
the !ifle and rushed into the room. Ble-s you. Dr. Cock an icipaftd rha~
The Lall had gone into the thigh in very qesticn.
front and came out behind. The In :n interview with a correspon-,
child lived about half an hour. bleed- ent at Skagen wh-rever that is t's
ing to deat,.-DeLand News. !intrepid explorer said.:
DI tried a small brass tube there.
NIGHT ON BALD MOUNTAIN under the flag, with an ace 'unt of my



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To be Given A .my to Mte Lu

By the Busl 1fmm til

I gea m D ams to heave the "ad-I He. James A. A1an4ir, so 1eg
m-M a W tatl W a D, i..bater Cals private secretary, t
Now ag o. ot l M aoter di- Wamhstmgta, D. C. at present a me-
M met em t loer ove stters; oem ber of the Florida legisat W re, and as
at Olapgow. Ky, iked hesetf be- announced candlate for congress, is
-eb her mothe rofued to let her making a great success rasing ehek-
go to a summer resort. ens, ducks and guineas on his farm It
Volusia county. Mr. Alexander in the
Is 4O the bank clearings at Fort soul of good humor, and If he goes to
Worth, Texas, showed ,$83 ,00000; in congress he will eight that body up
INM they had climbed up to $508,000,- with an irridescent glow, and will
NO. How is that for a climb? And bring the state into pleasant notorle-
In other places In the south the pro- ty.
gress has been just as great. The
south Is now the favored section. The Ocala Banner is now the old-
onaron th, a grandson est business Institution in that city,
Gordon Burton 8mith, a grandson and Editor Parris is its "oldest inhab-
of the late General John B. Gordon, ant,"n a business sense. The
was recently drowned in the Chagris Starke Telegraph also points with
river, Panama. He had an important pride to thirtyone years of continu-
Position under the government and ous publication. In fact, there is no
was a young man of brilliant promise- business more sold and permanent
Jacksonville, along with other see- than that of a properly conducted
tions of the state, has been having newspaper, after it is well establish- 1
scorching weather this week. Tues- ed-and there is no business quite so
day the thermometer registered 97.2. hard to get well established.-Lake-
It was hot in Ocala, but the thermom- land News.

w cu w- w ue i .v -iaSIFIT S GUARANTEED
fin Sout Caro- enter did not climb higher than 93 de The Philadelphia Inquirer thinks
as is of grees. It was. however, a hot wave, that Senator Stone deserves a Came- -- .
S-"all right. gie hero medal for boldly striking a
o The Palatka Times-Herald thinks Pullman porter-these fellows who
S"t Is about time for the annual ap have carried on a "hold up" game on
the traveling public as brazenly as Theree is
__ ^ ~~~pearance of the Steve Sparkman sen* the puscarcelyca brazenly any limit to the
tranl boof Be Sthe ork aben Claude Dural or Dick Turpin did in possibleimprowement in skeds,
ar 10 ottk to Nebraska atorial boom." But the honorable bvtittakestimend money. Wehave
England in the seventeenth century. b imparoiq flower ani 'veretabSe
Neb ksto m or gentleman has gone to Europe, to We hope that Senator Stone's exam- seeds forever so years. 1More than goo
t study there, which Indicates that he e ware work i to make F 's
would rather keep his place on the ple wFr become contagious and in- eeaityo.ythebst-
Wi as a wife as Mr,. Sage rivers and harbors committee.-Lake fectuous all over the country. The FRM i WD aMMUAL.
-- M s haove tbeen the City Index. Pullman porter has been playing his M tW am ORM.
ofd msw p pictured A little "hinky-dinky" long enough.l n Dn*U n .,O .U
w -wpr ptured-After a thorough test conducted at E- -E
_Kansas City, under the most rigid Respectfully suggested that Bob
Tyler capture a real. Simon-pure,
1 9m saw tw evershadowing Ip governmental supervision, the serum Pensacola-Journal-sort of a democrat
t1 p1l4te1 as1H bes "Bn freight discovered by Dr. M. Dorset, a gov- and put him on exhibition at the Tri- ---- -- -- --
41mmoatttkms aalest Interior cities ernment specialist, for the prevention County Fair.-Tampa Tribune. FORTY MILES OF FREIGHT CARS
I 1e1 wf eoaf rtitiles." of bog cholera, was demonstrated to Why they are the ones who are
be a prevention. It will save many a getting up the fair and will be large- In one year the General Electric
Art 1 rt1 amo1 g working rnen. dollar to the farmers of the country. ly in evidence. If Sir Edwin Lam- Company, from its plants at Schenec-
P a"ft PafN I now quiet. Bad as, --- right will wcrlk his way upl) here at tady, N. Y., Lynn, Mass. ,and Pitts-
aw in i Problem is It is much bet-. The Inverness Chronicle says that that ti::m h will not only have the fieid. Mass.. shipped forty miles of
1" 'bn to "awy of the states. "the railroad commission cannot cIpportunity cf ;eeing them lut they ;freight cars loaded with the various
s m_---- aie a g-'! .showing. anrd th.p nrm-i will give hi:an fr',e instruction in h)w electrical machines and devices from
A' abnmftI. .qualit in freight bers know it. It cannot collect a to interl'ret lh' declaration of inde- these plant,; Over 226,19G tons were
t -t ,,1,* l5. lnti,,., upon by (.-1 imposed except wh( rI ',', rair.,ad, pwndtcu.-P,'(.p'0oia JoIurnal. Shipped froij. the three plants, a total
m v" tin o t o.,-r Tl,, iewopa|;er:, onipairy pays it To save troiouble. Its o- of mere thai. 5654 loaded freight cars,
of *-:. r-'ri or thou' hw. a un: .-n orders cannot 1;e enforced. or are not. one w( hik, will enter an ob- m a single train more than for-
*t8, *, t.) ;and the hod,. is bui a useless ex- j"crion to having the statues of tv miles lo.
:'pen:v.i to ;he ;rate "-Lake City In- Ceorge W'linton and Robert E. on e of manufactured pro
I I Lev placed in the congressional staht iThe toni;ige of manufactured pro-
Si- an an n- dx.laced in the congressional stat ducts forwarded from the Schfnecta-
S4 cob 1.'4'1 f', the' .ai- i.-n'ilf- from -_ uary library tr n Virginia, and yet it
i,',uarv. Ilrar r Virginia., and .e A it dv works was 152,597 tons; received
Ik',. .-*' IS' ..s b' :. a :ucm- Ope1 letters to Fan>: Caark wiIl i,e seems a sl'atnge vicissitude of for- mteril
bw *o *'he. ~astattur* before and i.ade highly interesting reading ,luring the tune that tlhv statue of Thomas Jeffer- in a total of 622.081 tons, which in-
s se-e r-.,ed Inext primary; but they will not cam- son is not to have a place therein. cludes 4714 cars of soft co, which
pare in inttizest to the r. ,*;ic: which ludes 4714 cars of soft coal, which
Sof Ho I will probably be deliver i by v d of eond all odds Jefferson was the was consumed during that year.
T%- prIorr of Hon. Duncan U p- mouth.-Miami News-Record. greatest man in civil life that Virgin- The records of the works at Lynn
Smy ill en tagi The New;-Recard Jtters a paiab!e. ia ever gav3 birth to. He was noton-Mass., show they forwarded manufac-
e.d en0. t.h pta. trees of Florida. When a mai says a thing by 'vr ly the greatest Virginian, but ihetured material amounting to 58019
te hi. tt, e of Pineapples" was not mouth there is always a loop-h.l)- for greatest American, and indeed was tons, and received crude material
pr err.-,l th t sa a denial. but when he says a thiag in the greatest contribution of his cen- amounting to 81.568 tons, making a
earet P .re tie pardoned convict cold type "it's thaar!" The wily l'd tury and perhaps of any century. His total of 139,587 tons, which includes
ewa roaer. the victd as astute politician abhors cold ty.,? statue should be placed in this gal- 915 cars of soft coal used in con-
ao was me-rualo t~ conarvicted as like nature does a vacuum. lery by special act of congress. gumption.
a arevesiory to tie murder of Gov- sumption.
sm U ,l 4 of Kentucky. proposes Five fishermen, three from Oak Editor Harris of the Ocaja Banner The Pittsfeld works forwarded 15,-
a.. run hfr W egws on the republican Hill and two from the west side of hes found a Kentucky fish story that 580 tons of manufactured material,
eN. the county, were found guilty of ille- eclipses any yarn ever told by a Pun- and they received 40,671 tons of crude
...- gal fishing before the criminal court ta Gorda fisherman. While those material, making a total of 56,251
Jude4 Parker says that the corpor- Tuesday, and sentenced to sixty days Kentucky fish may strip the milk tons, which includes 352 cars of soft
estm as to democratic. And whateach on the road. The Oak Hill fish- from cows that wade in the water, it coal.
g Paorker does not know about ermen were Jim Baxter, John Van is yet to be seen that such diet caus- The traffic from the works of the
tw me rta~ of democracy is not and Eli Cord. A few such sentences es them to grow ta any phenomenal General Electric Company at Schen-
we, worth kaowiag. as thee will break up the illegal fish- size. If the author of the story will ectady is more than from th. city of
S ng. -New Smyrna Breeze. come to south Florida, we will show Oswego, situated along the line of the
sas mer Nomery of Luisiana is bNewm fish thal have never tasted cow's New York Central & Hudson River
ry m(. o deaf I fact that he can- miss Emma Huellman, nineteen mill, but the size of which will open railroad. The standard gauge tracks
__ best % emotltoputt abuse himn sz owith in the Schenectady yards cover
hear ,ni co s ttt.eta abuse hi ;years old, daughter of the cashier of his eyes.-Punta Gorda Herald. with in the Schenectady yards cover
a tvo.t ofb hi vote on the tariff. the Citizens' National Bank. of Telli Roosevelt'. trophies will not be 12 5-8 miles, and owing to the size
y it a fortunate circum ty. Ind.. eloped recently with Clif- made public for two years. When and weight of some of the large piec-
aar ,- Aalbircola Times. !ford Deitrich. a Chicago waiter, and the time comes for the presidential'es whichh they ship they ar compll-
---- were married by a St. Louis clergy- nominations Roosevelt, the strenu- ed to purchase their own equipment.
Whas be, Ys wood'" varietoyget i man. The another of the girl is pros- ous. will return and will endeavor to, which has en specially made to car-
S*-l variety otrated wvth grief and the father re- capture th, country by storm-a'ry l1rge and heavy pieces, for they
rN sed take up an uncompromising. fuses to be reconciled. It seems that whirlwind, a cycline. a tornado. ar often cat eightd uponver 6 to loa an ship
rWst4 4emocrat of the old scho,.l. isons and daughters will continue to, i that weighh over 60 tons.
e rno.V" men in politics sons and daughters will continue to,
T, no- good" men in politics behave that way. The New York World takes serious- Tb- special flat car equipment
r, t,,,l.0.'- in afl~* i .ly to heart the declaration of ex-Pre- 'vhich is owned by the company, i!
Now dcth Pr)spective Candidate mier Balfou,, that the assertion of po- i fn that is l. fet 2 inchep s hit h from
I l,,>k of telbiurg. who secur- begin to flir" with fickle Fate, to study litical equality among the races would of ail, with a paci of 12'.000
Sh. ..t light a Ir..w Il* i ha' city, has commnec- crafzy heart with hope: he "inter- tion. The two assertions might be 'n- the bottom of the car in order
^, .h. ,istalstIion of the electric ,views the leading "cits." and grasps lett to stand or fall as demanded by that a large piece may be dropped
%ht ,s %.stem and the improvement each (lay a hundred "mitts:" he's the evidence. but the World is espe- 'b-ough. lowering the same that it
I *o* .* '. ..n .f ttL water works. simply trying to decide for which fat cially anxiou" that the south be not'n come within the clearances.
-- fr-ensis of J...L berth he'll t'ry a slide-so, when he deceived, and bids us remember that A thipment of a large turbo-genera-
s. t-at. b frontl.i J asks you ". yo. think that I could we have a constitution which asserts. ,or takes seventeen cars to transport
paws. fnr.rlw proprietor of 'e on the blink?" jus; hand him such equality, and yet "the fabric of t" v.-ich gives a very good idea of
tsat Ne that he wil aan out a crushin hit just whisper to ,ur civilization shows no signs of col- !at the ortput of the various plants
.... t b re-pr husiess in tha r him sternly. "'Nit-get back upon lapse." This begs the case; Mr. Bal-: to t transportation pan
m.i Til report has it that l v ur daily beat. we' re suffering four insists that the experiment would les
eIdiIJ will foi pento "ew p Jo'" enough with heat."-Tampa Tribune. threaten civilization-the Worldi A HURRY CALL
e.^ la -Pen ola Jmerely notes that a few words writ-I Qtek! Drugis-Quick!-A
Im The Tampa Times is offering a ten or printed cannot destroy civili-j bx of BucLien's Arnica Salve-Here
-. Me daughter of fine silver cup to the man who will zation. Let us examine the evidence. 'is a quarter-For the love of Moses.,
hM, Main ""tryo th Gaihes findo the best automobile route from The special case noted bv Mr. Balfour hurlry! Baby's burned himself terri-
SHar May h "E'a on Tampa to Jacksonville. Taking all was that of the negro. The seeming -_Manie's scalded--Pa can't walk
Shers. ha arwneptd a sa In a things into consideration, the best equality of the two races was submit- fr .m piles-Billy has boils-and my
*etr ssuer't tpater an k h t o the route is undoubtedly via Kissimmee. ted to a practical test in the British trcrn aches. She got it afd soon cur-
t te that he takes tote Leesburg and Ocala. West Indies, with the result that ed all the family. It's the greatest
e a duck to water Here's Ornd ua, weithl teaesl tnheat healer on earth. Sold by Tydings &
o. h best towns and the best attrac- for their industrial existence on tar-

f rr .-pessarola evening News.
S-oltions of many kinds. Leesgurg au-
,r,,.r that Thos. J. L:a-I- tomobilists should help to establish
t. he well known organizer ot this route. The contest will be made
%W T" Fr -a- e'al Prom,'t.r sometime In October.-Leesburg
0 o ~f ua1 aetr prla had leocat-4 Commerclai.
n in New York. is den .i._ -.
-gtiy ln N ew o el to r'-I The Punts Gorda Herald's senior
a s the arly f-al to re- editor haq superior advantages in get-
Mag t Tmps the ry fl ting over the state on his testing ex-
y p jty. Icursioons and states as a possibility

iff bounties at the cost of the British
consumer. The capacity of the negro
for the duties of self-government has
been tried in San Domingo, with the
result that the civilization qo that is-
land has utterly collapsed.-Times-

The marbleworks man told us the
other day that the freight rates on
marble from Rarre Vt to Onala are

The killing of Editor Chandler in
Panama by General Jeffries is one of
the most repulsive murders in the
history of crime of any age. His head
battered in with the butt of a revolv-
er and wber finally down kicked to a
bruised and bleeding mass by the en-
raged brute above him while the of-
fice force looked on in horror "afraid


A number of Ocala's Ledie d e e .S om
decided to give away three vahui- w t s
Marion County, and the mthod to be msid in
tion is aVOTIGOS CONTUT. beebdtb fld m i
below will issue VOTING COUPONS to Mr e
the full value of every prche i e 4 I Se
on a basis of One Cent a Vetae. Blo Mao- toe d
in each establishment represea- ed.

w*&wo I mis

~ ~5sua earnto

ONGIOMsLAny change

or behiagreads.

in jam ther.are inil-
4106kM thereaft ever be

W. P. NDW ARM WeaftW U

SILVER impFm uvinT. C
johasto.. meaP.
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ama ftbmso

In order to give the resideae o all ma m
county an equal opportunity to eater the OaM ed
ty has bas been divided into three sections as
Section includes the territory within the cAty li
erm Section includes all of the comety o ef e A. C.
Railway between Ocala and Dunoellom, msoth of tIe A.
Railway Ocala to Silver Springs, north sad weos e
Springs run and the Ocklawaha river, Southerna eeti,=
the county south of the dividing line except Oals.


Anyone living with he lines above named Maese
County is elligible to entry. except that the Idrms a
mentioned have the right to eliminate anyone wio, is
opinion, may be undesirable as a contessat.
No attache of any business b house represal my to
candidate, nor any immediate relative.
Any differences arising during the e aqml e to t
referred to the above named firmsfor adjme mM, he ~a
are to render decisions.
Should any candidate desire to witldew f
contest the votes cast for such cae b
out and not counted for any otbert c iaSda.
All nominations made by mail AM e
Contest Dep't. mto ws M

S000ou FOT TaoM eI M f


Count Ten Vote@ for

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Office in Holder S*iek OCALA P LO1A

We have a stone crusherw a w'-k In tocal s*ad a&re ge
tdo all kinds of Cement Work. HII'l FIuRndaou e joMa sae Ces
Cement Brick. Build Silewalks. Art ilfltal iom, r -.reMo e
We make Blocks for Foun.lations for h~uw s ewt tM I a@
than brick, and are. cheamwr War,- h amerd r he A & I
Railroad Track. North of the Foun dtra



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Finest Imported and Domes-'
tic clothes

r= dirby the

KNIGHT & LANG, Buggies, Wa-
ons, Harness, etc.
YONGE & SON, Plhmbers ad Tia
ners. Agents for Maxwell autos.
A. E. BURNETT, welry.

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ammg bmwaugs as true goods.,
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m r f assd isn othr
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an mt~theowakbbot cam.-

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Ms M t is the destru-
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eW oM toesmpesed eof
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sm oo s O este potes
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we soan esIsmsPower
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to atteetks, sad
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m o a isat sao

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at t" ne time
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poftagr -is that lo
so ohft wm tlaeO-
so "N-. 'lb. eart is
rowor the at*mmmat,

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wow so 40 imfc co-
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so ~ of the body
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to that p- ejaced
spatn.egend upom that
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so e~s. aste all the oth-

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a4 a stak sm W Utea ae tates to
saT sawtst M fte W"
6"ey SW, -f thmelusa
ed as 2* bnere *be& e mut have
been ta a large degree very moderate
If more evidence is needed to con-
vince anyone of the evils of moderate
drinking. le* its influence on the chil-
dren be noted. It is found there in
the form of "nerves," hysteria, epilep-
sy, mania, rickets, idiocy and many
other forms of disease of the nervous
system, while degenration, atavism
and reversion to criminal types, can
all be traced to the heredity influence
of alcohol and of the other vices
which its use engenders.


Fessenden Academy and Industrial
School opens Monday, September 6.
The faculty is composed of the fol-
lowing persons:
Principal, Joseph Wiley; primary
work and music, Mrs. J. A. Wiley;
high school, Miss Viola Jackson;
grammar grades, Miss Mattie Brown;
Intermediate department, Miss Jennie
L. Chbldress; cooking and domestic
scdnece, Miss Cherry Brown; primary
assistant, Miss Addle Ward.
Teachers of sewing and carpentry
are yet to be appointed.
The school has fine facilities and is
doing effident work for the proper
training of the colored youth.
The faculty is composed of gradu-
ates of a number of the leading
schools and come from the states of
Tennessee, North Carolina, Michigan
and Florida. There is every reason
to expect that the present year will
be fruitful as to good results,
It Is to be hoped that parents will
avafl themselves of the advantages
Fpeaseden offers.
Feassaden is about seven miles
aorth of Ocala and has the benefit of
all (the business advantages of the
city. Soon the school will be con-
nected with the city telephone sys-
tem, sad thus it will seem even near-

The authorities and friends of the
school have great faith in the location
and the plans of the work.
JOB. L WILEY, Principal.

THINK OCALA A OOD PLACE an honorary member, and gave a vote
THINKS OCAIA A OOD PLACE of thanks to him "for his untiring ef-
FOR PRINTERS TO SHUN forts In behalf of his fellow men,"
and a similar vote was given to J. M.
We honestly believe that moreLee and W. B. Makinson for their lib-
ewspaper men meet with extraordi- eralty in giving ten acres of land to
mary deati, in Ocala than any other the new state sanitarium. In an edi-
ala%&19 + ownn~ nAstand+

p u U e counultry an*uu, strLi5g Lt
say, these violent deaths are met in
the city Jail. L. P. Walseaan, the
wel know correspondent of the
New York Packer, was picked up by
the Ocala police while suffering men-
tal derangement and was placed in a
cell at the police station, under the]
belef that he was drunk. It wasI
soon seen, however, that he was ill
and physicians were summoned, and,
did everything they could for him,
but death claimed him at four o'clock
In the morning.
But a short time ago G. C. Camp-
bell. a printer and newspaper man,
was arrested in Ocala simply because
he was "off his base" a little and the
result was a horrible suicide.
Not less than half a dozen printers
have been found dead who have visit-
ed Ocala. and one would naturally
,uppo se thb. that is a good town for

.II gt -e I t th_ a printer to Keep away Irom.-Inver-
Wo e p a^ P ratiooeiik la the pinoIiee Ia
k oW tI *iearbh the brain. It t1es Chronicle.
Sto~ WisO nJ bvI tk- emBin- BRICK PAVING THE BEST
loWii* o a o s tmen Ill al c--
Seobs es* t I I,'rat' are p!o- l Pin acul is preparing to pave
Th W braS cells art sti:n -;ne of her streets with cypress
i ft esadw *ettiity. and -,on hlocoks. If Pensacla would send an
S ais aed whom th.- stlaia- intelligent committeee to Tampa to
err to re-om pt them to 0:ake an investigation of the merits
SBy *rand b4 a p0tn> i| Mtblock ,.ainz. the Timoes uaran-

msr 9- w tbst* writer to ,c-
a- as heapt stir up the imn-
S i to ruable thc:el

Sb9WaS. the kids ys and
g w- the gbrsem moet liable
e ,*b i tnjriosm effects.
i a-O -mnake of tat ladureed
-ageou ta6 1 of a crmsidera-
64 bor daily. .impairs
sp t"e pren"er of this fat
q of t ee owrga. a m the re-
gg gss of th beear muscles.
U M makers ar,. as a
an w*,v eeintims regarding
am~M~e* arev Mtia4d by so-

a amanae tram this snmrle
rwear rpd as worahy of
S dkW toieMm ls taken
gap' uee'vly rv-ad by Mr.
1f aiar at the N tual lJfe
E Wem ae at Ncw York. Its
ps "bem-a m a luWg pe-
Ga'sb" aeb a lar e num-

w owU ntal abstalmers
ft te om -' wle the
ao a deth rat* of
S-~.m. elf their masxl-

tees that the committee would very
emphatically oppose using it. Vitri-
fied brick ;: the best and relaly the
most economical material that can be
used on tih streets of a city. The
city 4f Tampa has wasted a great
doal of money in experiemnts-has
used on her streets almw'st everything
that has ever been suggested for pav-
ing material-and the conviction is
absolutely unanimous that vitrified
brick is not only the best. but also
the cheapes:.-Tampa Times.

Colonel R. F. Rogers of Lynne at-
tended the "big barbecue and mer-
chants' day" at Lake City. last Satur-
day. He announced himself in favor
of a high protective tariff-or, at
least, as that is the policy of the doii-
inant party. he wants the south to get
her I-art of what Hon. Frank Clark
calls the "swag."
Colonel Rogers paid a nice compli-
ment to Marion county, and a glowing
tribute to Senator Fletcher, who was
present, and who gave an account of
his short stewardship in the senate.
As sual. he spoke eloquently.

trial in the Kissimmee Valley Ga-
zette meritoi praise is bestowed upon
Dr. Ennis. It reads in part as follows:
"In this day of greed and selfish-
ness, when to accumulate more dol-
lars seems to be man's highest ambi-
tion, it is gSod to meet and know a
tnan who answers affirmatively and
in the spirit: of humanity the old que'-
tion: 'Am i my brother's keeper?' Dr.
Ennis is a man who does good be-
cause he loves his fellow man, with-
out distinction of rich or poor; he
does good because it is right, because
it gi'-s him peace, happine-s and con-
tentment. Now thbt the state estab-
lishment of the sanitarium is a fact,
it will stand through all time as a
monument to his manhood, his unsel-
fishness, his love for mankind.'

The T. S. S. is proud to have 1'een
a co-worke.- with an honest man in a
worthy effort that is to bring the sun-
shine of health and consequent hap-
piness into many lives in the future.
-New York Tribune.


board of health. At the last session
of the legislature it was voted to ac-
cept the gift, and on Thursday, Au-
gust 5th, D- Porter, the state health
officer, met Dr. Ennis in Kissimmee
and the sanitarium property was
transferred to the state. This week
there will be a meeting of the state
board at Narcoosee, and contracts
will be ma.le for many improvements
to enlarge the scope of the work.
Within six months the grounds will
be dotted with sanitary cottages and
tents, and there will be a staff of phy-
sicians and trained nurses to carry
on the work according to the original
intent. Dr. Ennis was asked to re-
main until the sanitarium was In full
operation, w!th the offer of a fine sal-
ary. He replied that he would re-
main as long as he was needed on
one condition, that neither he nor
Mrs. Ennis should receive one dollar
of compensation, for, as he says,
"When I finally leave here I wish to
feel that n'at one farthing of the mon-
ey sent here has been used for my
personal interest.' The fact is, Dr.
Ennis has not only given years of
personal service without pay, but has
In reality spent more than $800 of his
own money to carry on the work.
The T. S. S feels that it has a right
to share in the congratulations at-
tendant upon the success of this ven-
ture. It was the T. S. S. branches
and generous Individual members
who provided the money, $1000, to
buy the original property, and more
than $600 t0 furnish the house, build
two cottages, etc., and each member
will feel now that she has contribut-
ed in perpetuity to the betterment of
human life.
The board of trade of Kissimmee
at its last meeting elected Dri Ennis,


On a land area of about 325 square! We offer One Hun-ro I Dol'arI Re-
miles .Nw Ycrk City handles half the'.waid for any case .*f Ca arrh that
fmieisn commerce of the United!I cannot be cured by Hali t Catarrh
g ; Cure.
States, manufactures more products F.uJ. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
than the sat:te of Pennsylvania or II-1 We. the undersigned, have known
linois and rnances more than 6-1 per F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
cent of the entire commerce of the believe him perfectly'honorable in all
Business transactions and financially
country as measured by bank clear- bl e to carry out any obligations made
ings. ,by his firm.
If the harbor of Boston had been WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN,
wiped from the commercial slate in Wholesale Druggists, Toeldo, 0.
wiped the comea Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
the winter ct 1907 the loss in foreign nally, actin; directly upon the blood
commerce due to that disaster would and mucous surfaces of the system.
barely hav-w equalled the decline in Testimonials sent free. Price 75c.
New York'- foreign commerce last per bottle. Sold by all druggists
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
year. The total foreign traffic of Bos- nation. m
ton and Charlestown was $225,305.000
in the fiscal' year 1907. while the to- PROSPERITY HERE, SAYS CAPT.
tal decline in New York's foreign DENHAM
traffic in t.(. calendar year 1908 was: ---
$225.S6C,100. I Capt. W. B. Denham, general man-
The second *biggest foreign (om-'ager of the Tampa Northern railroad,
merce of the nation is handled at Gal- returned this morning from New
veston. It is only $1,OOO0 bigger Yolk City, where he went in relation
than the decline in the commerce of; to material for the extension of the
New York last year. The fluctuation Tampa Northern from Brooksville to
in the busi.tss of New York then is Dunnellon. Captain Denham is very
practically equal in the entire ton- enthusiasti,- over business conditions
nage of thk, next biggest port in the in the east and says general prosper-
country.-World's Work. Ui its abrn,! ,in th mYrtwwrlia 1.
-- is- aboa .n th metr lis~~a t lkft

The great nerve and brain restora-
tine fnr. mOS and wonmm ,....._


After several years of loyal 'ork Capt. W. P. Desham of the Tampa
and self sacrifice In behalf of tubere- Northern is bock in Tampa, frOm
1o. sufferers, Dr. John E. Banis, trip to Bositoin, and in an interview in
founder of the Narcoosee, Fla., Sun- the Tribune says:
shine Home and Sanitarium for Con- Bids are advertised for the con-
sumptives, has realized the reward of struction of the extension of the Tam-
his struggle? For some time Dr. En- pa Northern railroad from Brooks-
nis has urged the state of Florida to ville to DunLellon, a distance of thir-
accept the home as a gift, to be used ty-seven miles. The bids contemplate
as a place fci Florida consumptives of a work of grading, furnishing ties and
limited meaDs, and this generous of- the laying of track. These must be
fer was heartily endorsed by the state in by Monday, September 20. The

contract w!!l be awarded the lowest
bidder, and it is probable will be sign-
ed up by October 1. Captain Denham
declares that eight months from the
date of July 1, 1910, Tampa Northern
trains will be operated direct from
Dunnellon to Tampa, a distance of
eighty-five miles.
The Next Step
The Gainesville and Gulf railway
will have connected with Dunnellon
by this time and will have trains run-
ning between Gainesville and Dun-
nellon, whicb will give Tampa direct
connections from Gainesville. Thence
from Gainesville to the west, the
route will L-e one over the G. S. & F.
railway via Tifton and Macon and
over the gr(at Southern railway sys-
This route may be used with advan-
tage for shipment to and from Tam-
pa\in commerce with the west until
the Tampa Northern is extended Irom
Dunnellon to Thomsaville, Ga., where
it will connect with the A. B. & A.
for the west and still further lessen
the distance between Tampa and the
west. The A. B. & A. is successfully
operating trains into Thomasville at
this time.
Tampa Northern Busy
General Manager Denham reports
the Tampa Northern very busy at this
time. Alfred C. Olney, under Captain
Denham, will have charge of the ex-
tension worl- to Dunnellon. He is a
man of extensive experience, having
performed- similar labor for the A. B.
& A. railway. His headquarters will
be in Tampa.
There is now an engineering corps
in the field in charge of Locating En-
gineer Gansby, winding up the final
survey of the extension between Her-
inando and Dunnellon. The entire
(survey will be completed within the
next two weeks.


Henry Farman, who won the grand
prize for aeroplanes at Rheims, is not
a high flyer.
He flew low, just high enough to
clear obstructions on the course; but
he flew long.
His machine is ponderous and slow
and has none of the bird-like graces
and soaring qualities of some of its
It has endurance, however, and af-
ter having circled about the course
for three hours and a quarter and
reeled off 188 miles, he could have
continued two hours longer without
exhausting his supply of gasolene.
The turtle has again beaten the
hare! English tenacity has once more
proved itself of greater usefulness
than French elan.
The steady plodder got there, while
the more dashing rivals must console
themselves with the reflection that,
as long as they did go they went fast-
But endurance rather than speed is
the desideratum in flying machines.
-Miami News-Record.

Manufacturers of Turpentine Slil *

and General Metal Workers

Old Stilils taken in exchange for new ome. 't
through the country a specialty. Orders k br *
wire will receive prompt attention at W 4 *t
following works




Our splendid new stock it now here. anti we. invite We
public to call and inspect it. Ther- ii no line in tihk w tsu sbes

will compare with our late styles. high quality Had *>Iw nw .
Of course we could not begin to e.num.*rats in detail omr stoe .
but we would call your attention to the following part al e* #of
goods and prices-others in proportion.


Wilton Seamless Art Squares-All In
the latest designs, all sizes, $40 to
Axminister Art Squares-In many
pretty designs, $20 to $35.
Wool Fibre and Fibre Art Squares-
Only $12.
Imperial Smyrna Art Squarese-22 to
$45. (We are Ocala agents for
these goods).


Jit~ Art 100. M P---- es on
C~tteOaWdWeNsAA e" 10e- t

Ton Wife Tapea rue@"" Ar
soolarsew-618to wm
All Woel freele 'e.e r
111e14ree-40to 0%
JapaneSe MatW"@ng egsqseeson
Small Rus to omest% 41 of 0% aew
at reasenalite p-les

China Dinner Sets, $10.00 to $125.00. Ten Pit- Totle'
Sets, $4 00 to $25.00. Big line of China and Porcelen
Dinner Sets in all of the Latest Patterns.

We have just added 5000 feet of floor space. an.t we are ~w *,. *ot
than ever prepared to display our beautiful line of FParuiture we sill s
the near future also add a complete line of Hardware

Exclusive Ocala agents for Allwin Go Carts. all colors So a.

We are clo-ing out oar -tand trd '-4wing Ma,-hint,. anI t"
few we now have on hand will be nold blow enet.

7clver and 1lacKay




ing about in full regimentals. He be-
lieves that tne country will never see
better times than are due before the
new year.-Tampa Times.




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in ith our long experience on the markets fnr f'-rttlt.t r, A,.
in all liarts of the world and ample capital ,)o tny ia great q.,at, ,. .
at the rrost favorable times, and to ootain .11 emc--fiasrut. el.. 4,
strictly cash sales, we buy our materials at !he low et Meiel iot...
Two of the leading railroads have laid their tracks. ,n .m, w
tory, aid any ship that can cross the St. Johns bar es" t shked a'
our dock So whether we buy at born* or abshnwi we s-r, tbe I m
est freight rates, and delivery is mde at ou *doore.
Our factory is equipped throughout with blaber-sev 41,g Pit
therefore our fertilizer is handled at minimum rest.
Our trade is so Immense that the e*ee expemsas a w m m Iw
per ton than is possible in a smaller busmees. Oure e L m
is favorable for economy and we agve 7mMre h.m o~f ...




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ofe bobdofofftha uIgloo

opnbok &awb@ 526:T! ms
prop I aigt for o urs Is of 00 as ~
The Leadking Sp0
For over 1 ypars Dr. BathIawa7 430 Ie S60"08 S OI
Wunbri. Their pr.Ltice has beu~ en WYSrs fIy "SM O tp
bwe S SmAO =1 4 pe:

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tat the usm-

w.a.t .
day of June,
S C ourt of the
o f PtorIa in and
a.n chancery, In a
Spending where-
WadCarrie A. Rol-
|P- P. Watts. heirs of
and Prank A.
Sm OfCarrie A. Rol-
^^rto. will on
4 A. D.

5 1 Min ea0ty, Florida, dur-
o+ .iatsale, to-wit: t1
L IM 2 o'clock p. in., of.
ft a--- le-t to the highest
t ie fr cash at public out-

"- t ', Florida, to-wit: A
-- -- beguiti at the south.
OWN*Of thesothWest quarter
4 w qu er of secti on
n I ""@UP thrte t (13), south,
(21), east, thence
a ten (10) chains, thence
"0 (0) eibals, then south ten
ms thee eat ten (10)
oft eP -oW atlenning-contjLn.
< *, amre or letS. With all
In say tbheftunto belong.
w__m ay wif laxlertaining, or
S- thmit asat ay be sueclent
mm a"l decree and costs
b 4 B made to satisfy said
SM co sts, and the said
_md sttbjecWt to the ap-
mMawd raton by said court.
s1Meeal NMaster In Chancery.
'. ou .
asSbISe. er afor Complainant.


W Aqleatjos for Tax Deed Under
1- bdes b of Cbaper 4888, Laws
of Florida
Miu.Is Lereby Otven that L. D.
r. -, Pmt hasetr tof tax certificate No.
4Lted i*- 3rd day of June, A. D.
NW. h-s Sled said certificate in my
iM. Md tbha made application for
4 10dor to Issue In accordance with
b1 I.dd (rtlficaze embraces the
e0l8ag d, **< rited property situated
M arlkm etuntv. Florida. to-wit:
*b**tr tea'-,r. s,'clion 2.3, town-
SW I m.,th rang.- 19. east. The
,la. I(R ,,g ''-,fiia l kiat the date
t 'hb- ihu. t*, of suche certificate in
b- &saw-i (f C II. llargraves. Unless
=Ad "~r11itlat ,shall I, redeemed ac
ev'nrWfri ,.- INW. tIax d00d will issue
tlbh.m or thi Coh day of September,
A ID I-o.*
Wite.t mn <-ficial signature and
.-el 'his 1L 4tP' day of August, A.
ID I*I %- i p StIS T. SISTRU NK.
C'e-t 4%i ''.rt,r Marion Co.. Fla.


hu ,h. (trw-uit Court of the Fifth Ju-
dii al 'irc-uit of Florida. In and for
Marm ('Countv--In Chancery.
lar.aret J Ptickardi. Complainant, vs.
J M IClitt. Jr.. et al Defendants-
(brd4.r for Constructlve Service.
I' t orrerl-.l that the defendants
er-ti amewd,. to-wit: J. M. Elliott.
Irt J II lYoon. T. S. Kyle. be and
b,- ar.e ht.rely required to appear to
16 Wil l of coniplatn-: filed in this
('110 0 ig or he fore
Ueaasy. the 0Th Day cf September,





A~ I.

Umner and by virtue ot a final de-
cae rendered n the 2mth day ot Aw-
ust.. D. a190, by the Hoanable W.
S. Bullock, judge of the fifth judicial
cirecat of the state of Florida, In and
for Marion county, In chancery, in a
certain cause therein pending, where-
in Susie Emerson, as administratrix
of the estate of A H. Emerson, deceas-
ed, la rcmpaninant, and B. H. Seymour
is defendant, I, the undersigned spe-
cial master named and appointed
therein to execute the said decree,
will, on
Monday, the 4th Day of October, A.
D., 1900,
between the hours of 11 a. m. and 2
P. m., in front of the south door of
the court house in Ocala, Marion
county, Florida. offer and expose for
sale. and will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash the mortgaged
property in said decree described, to-
Three bay horse mules, named, re-
spectively, Pete, Mike and Jack.
Three bay mare mules, named, re-
spectively, Mlice. Annie and Lizzie.
One sorrel horse mule, named Char-
lie, and two sorrel mare mules, nam-
ed, respectively, Minnie and Jinnie.
Age of above named mules varying
from six to nine years.
Or so much thereof as may be ne-
cessary to satisfy said decree and
Special Master.
Solicitors for Complainant. 9-3


In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-
dicial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion County-In Chancery.
J. N. C. Stockton, Complainant, vs.
W. D. Morton et al. Defendants-
Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendants
herein named. to-wit: Ella Jones, J. F.
Jones. John M. Stevens and W. G.
Goode, James A. Harris and R. P. Iz-
lar, Davidge Fertilizer Company, a
corporation under the iaws of New
York. be arj they are hereby requir-
ed to appear to the bill of complaint
filed in this cause on or before
Monday, the 1st day of November,
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Banner. a newspaper published
in said county and state.
This 31st day of August. 1919.
(Seal.)- S. T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circui. Court, Marion Co.. Fla.
Coiupl 'i.ant's Solicit rs 9-'I


By virtue of an execution issued',
out of and under the seal of th-e cir-
cuit couit in and for Marion county.
Florida. dated August 1Sth. A. D. 191O9.
in a certain cause wherein Tilier and
Harp & C,,. are plaintiffs, and Smith
Bros.. are defendants, I have levied
upon and will. on
Monday, October 4th, 1909,
between the hours of eleven o'clock
a. m.. and two o'clock p. m.. in front
of the west door of the court house in
Ocala, Florida. offer for sale and will
sell for cash to the highest bidde the
following described property, to-wit:
One well digging outfit with engine at-
tached, two boxes of tools, three pipe
tongs, two jack screws, and about two
hundred feet of iron pipe. Being sold
to satisfy said execution and all costs.
Sheriff Marion County, Florida.
Plaintiff's Attorneys. 8-27.




Every second, four visitors arrive
in New York.
Every forty-two seconds an immi-
grant arrives
Every forty-two seconds a passen-
ger train arrives.
Every three minutes someone is ar-
Every six minutes a child is born.
Every se'.en minutes there is a fu-
neral. .
Every thirteen minutes there is a
Every forty-two minutes a new bus-
iness firm starts up.
Every forty-eight minutes a build-
ing catches fire.
Every forty-eight minutes a ship
leaves the 1'arbcr.
Every fift.v-one minutes a new build-
in- is ereci (1.
E\ery one anud three-quarter hours is killed by accident.
Every eight and one-half hours
some pair is divorcee.
Every ten hours someone commits
Every night $1,250.000 is spent in
restaurants for dinners.
Every day 350 new citizens come to
Xew York to live.-New York News-


Columbus Gibson. one of the good
colored farnivrs of Mossy Bend. was
in town Saturday. and tells us that
crops in tha' section-that is, on the
farms of those that try, as he puts it
-are extraordinarily good.
"Limr" is one of those steady, so-
ber, hard working negroes whose ex-
l mnl iq w rth h m t hin % le rr N

. t i t!,,.t ti r! ,lt-d that a copy ol In the C ircuit Court of the F ifth Jiu- ,"1 i Y ,i, i "u,-, to ,, , a --
. .1 -, l once a week dicial Circuit of Florida in and for they would follow it, and we wish cI,,.. i ,i'IvI. w,-eks in the Marion Cou.nty-In Chancery. ,tIat everyone in tMe country could
A Ita'iv i. a i.waspiap-r published Neil M. Allred. Complainant. vs. W. "
',I 3.itth'1 .tl ,t',.' W. Clyat;. et al. Defendants-Order have heard his version of the cause
ht. !t 'I. I:.s of Jr:l 1% '9 for Ccnstrucive Service, of hard times. "It is," he said. "be-
T, Q T SIS.TR'NK. it is ordered that the d-fen-lants cause there are so many that do not
r Mari o.. Fla herin nA to-wit Lillias B. Palm-workand wefksthatdoworkhave
0* R & DIVH1L. e*r. Gabriel T. Palmer. W. VW. Havnes. wrk and fdks that do work have
I -. It.I.'- :or< T-"- .1I hn C. Alrel and Marvin D. AlPied. t them to keep up one way or an-
-_ .- e and they are hereby r,'quire.l to other, while. they walk around
*:1',.ear to the bill of co.'plai:n' fiP.ltld hroulgh the woods with an old sin-
NOTICE ;o .l- c'.,,,,- on or 1w *.-*
St ,, -barreled shotgun.
Monday. the 1st Day of November. I "a o- gun.
S f .d i't7h 1909 I "It make,. no difference to me if
', ,, I -.. ILaw It is fit:rther ordered that a colpy of c.a: is twenty cents a pound. I have
St h;s or, 1;( ilished once a t woth plenty of milk and but-
-. , ".- I 1.1iv- fa r ight c n- cule Vei. l ( S. w*th l nty of milk and but-
,- ,,- ., .i.;,t i :( :U! I tnnii a new-pipe" puilishe.l ''. nmak nmv own syrup and i).tatoes.
tx .' -, i.i sii riyou::'Y and s;t(e. a i t very little m.ieat anyway. and
-' . *i in" ty 2 dv cf i t TI' |< I 'o c.: I make at home. I have
S . L r ,,,r .: ,it!. s('it k ', (',o r. n. in (".. F a. '". inla*h! las: vear in my smoke-
h C' ISISTRI-NK ,",- yet. andi never buy- any. corn."
.' f. ..iii l'' Lnt di<' not 1i+now he was breaking
S' i: ., :.') ] :int:. ut there was too much
,, ,, -, '!.,' ,-t: NOTICE TO CREDITORS
S NOTICET OCREDITR iS! lgic in what he said to let it
\,, ,:,i *'k N :i(c' is h ier, l, ive To '. 1 a. I. o rwas d-
S.hAl. n '. h:lt i,'* :s rilutes9 n1l all 0:1i -' p* `a-_ It was a mighty gool
S . > a' i Iavi:s clai.n:s or ,tir:a .,ls -rn n. !'n. a:r il one that even many
*.' . ti al:kir.( the -state of Frank 11 Rob- 1 i- t olk" niiaht ponder over with
.. . .. ;' ts. 1 ased. To pr-n th. slnti ; rro the I reaching of home living
tia fi wihir o' arl from this dt'P as a panac a for hard living.-DeFu-
*: .- ... i h r,.:'tifi-;1 1%ivhir oi year from Th.s da,,..
........ ,. ki, '. t'-Iess DI)atitd. Lexon. Florida. Aul ust 2. nak Breeze
,. .* ,. ..' ..,-* :r, :. a ., '' I,.. wi'll issue; Administratrix of the Esta:e of NOTICE
,, , : of Frank D. Roberts. Deceased. S-6-St -
S ..a r" and NOTICE TO CREDITORS" | A altr. 'on for Lceave to Sell Mi-

13th day of October. A. D. 1909. 1 will
apply to the H mnorable Joseph Bell.
county judge in and for Marion coun-
ty, state of Florida. at his office at
Ocala. in said county. for an order a"n-
thorizine me. as guardian of the mi-
nor heir of the estate of James M. Ea-
ele'on. dec-ased. t 1 sell at private
sale th following property belonging
to said estate, to-wit: Beginning at a
point one and ninety-eight one
hundredth chains west of the
northeast corner of the south half of
the northwest quarter of section six.
township seventeen, south. range
twenty-four, east. Marion county.
Florida: running thence west thir-
teen and sixty-three one-hundredth
chains. thence south to the waters of
Lake Weir. thence easterly with the
waters of Lake Weir to a point south
of the beginning point, thence north
to the point of beginning, containing

..-G 'f Iir-t-
S, At S T SITR'NK ;N :ice is hereby given to all cred-
.b . ., M ;,ci''n ('o. Fla itoit. disiributtes and all other per-
sons having claims against the es-
-- -- BLICATION- I tate of William H. Powers. deceased,i
TCE VON PUBLICATION to present the same to the undersign-
.. d the ter administratrix. duly proven. with-
S , *' f th* I.tiiler Fla. in one year from this date.
Gl t~' 14. i,,9e. Dated. Ocala. Fla.. Aug. 2-th. 1.09.
..- srta' l id A Adtministta*rix of the Estate of
*t .- .* ,, ra latl n a '. ri '- illiam H. Powers. -21-S
e s t 1 ,__* S 'I-
< '.., I"',. ,uhat qoar-'BIDS WANTED FOR HAND' ING
*-* 1"' .- ater. 'n cto 1 SCHOOL BOOKS
Sweh ,s"' th range 3. east. On Monday. September 6. 1909, tae
stspr 1- ,'a h "S .led notice boar' ,f public instruction in and for
-T-e-.. t*, tt._ fnal five year rion county. Florida, will receive
of e u,... uihclaim t"o the land and consider bids for keeping such
6 0 ..A-,rtb'L twfore the clerk of text books as will be used in Marion
r4*1it 4 ro a f Fla. on the county for the coming term. in stock
a i t *orof'010'101. 0.go. andfor sale. The said board will con-
t ommI P 4 at witness. tract with the most satisfactory bid-
n,--,b.a mville. Flor- der accordingly. All communications


I like to iathier rocks anli


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The coroner's jury which investi-
gated the dynamite exrp';ion, occur-
ring last week at Boca C'.ica key, on
the Florida East Coast railroad, re-
sulting in the death of twelve men aed
the wounding of ten others, rendeed
a verdict that no evidence had beea
submitted which warranted the #w
in attributing the explosion to aay
criminal or culpable negligence as de-
fined by our statutes. The foreman
in charge of the work at that point
testified that he permitted the men to
smoke, not having received orders to
the contrary and not thinking that it
was dangerous, notwithstanding that
the men were working within a few
feet of 1000 pounds of dynamite. Ac-
cording to the testimony the explo-
sion was caused by the carelessness
of one of the men who was killed, he
having thrown a burning match into
a box of dynamite after lighting a cig-
While the accident was horriying
in its results, the predict of the coro-
ner's jury ill be commended as just.
The railroad company certainly could
not be held responsible for such al-
most incomprehensible carelessness
on the part of a laborer in its employ.
-Tampa Times.


lo Telegraphs Captain Bartlett, Com-
mander of the Roosevelt, the
Expedition's Ship

St. Johns, N. F., Sept. 6.-Com-
mander Robert E. Peary, who an-
nounced today that he had discovered
the north pole on April 6, of the pres-
ent year, found no trace of Dr. Fred-
erick A. Cook of Brooklyn, who re-
ported to the world five days ago
that he had made the same discovery
in April of the preceding year. This
news reached here tonight through
Captain Robert Bartlett of the Roose-
velt, Peary's ship, en route to Chateau
Bay, Labrador.
Capt. Bartlett telegraphed to rela-
tives here that Peary had found noth-
ing to indicate that Dr. Cook had
reached the pole. While Peary does
not expressly repudiate Dr. Cook's
contention in so many words, his
statement may have an Important
bearing upon determining the extent
of Cook's explorations.
The Roosevelt was in good condi-
tion and the crew all right, wired
Capt. Bartlett in addition, and he re-
ported that the schooner Jennie, car-
rying supplies for the expedition, had
met them off the coast of Greenland.
Coming south the Roosevelt passed
Etah and Upernavik, Greenland,
where Dr. Cook had preceded Peary.
The Roosevelt tonight is bound for
Chateau Bay, Labrador, with Peary
and party on board, where she is due
tomorrow. Chateau Bay lies north-
west of Castle and Henley islands, on
the northern shore of Belle Isle
straits and due east of Belle Isle.


The kindergarten training course
in the Stetson school covers two
years of study. It is a liberal educa-
tion to the average young woman te
have the benefit of this training, and
no other course of study covered in
the same length of time can possibly
give a better training fo; home-mak-
ing. For special information concerii-
ing this course send to Director A. L.
L. Suhrie, DeLand, Florida, for Nor-
mal School Bulletin.
Miss Rosa D. Knox, A. B., of the
University of Chicago, has l.een en-
gaged as kindergarten training teach-
er "., take the place of Miss Marie
Morris, resigned. She is a new school
kindeigartn r. a southern woman o,!
splendid gitts and broad and liberal
culture. She took her college course
in one of ihe best wonan's collegess
of the south She has been very suc-
cessful in kindergarten work in At-
lanta and in two northern cities. She
was graduated in 1906 from a th:ee
years' training course in the Chicagi
Kindergarten Cillege, and has since
spent more than a year in graduate
kindergarten study in the College of
Education of the University of Chica-
go. She is also a specialist in pri-
mary methods. She comes to DeLand
with a very strong endorsement from
Pten Natheniel Butler, and from a
number of able kindergartners of
wide reputation. Miss Knox will be
assisted in the work of kindergarten
training by a graduate of the training
department of the Stetson Normal
Another critic teacher in the person
of Miss Mabel Ryder, A. B.. has hee'i
added to the Stetson normal faculty.
Sh is a graduate of the State Normal
College of Maryland and has had
years of successful experience in pub)-
lic school and normal school work.
She is a native Floridian

4 Quarts "Gem City"

4 Quarts "Stauss '76"



John B. Stetson University
49 Professors and Instructors C. 4 Il LMewT a%
17 University Builings C =g at Law
28 Acre Campus Cal @4 TesoI l ,m
581 Students Last Year C a sw i
$250,000.00 Endowmcnt Pv Aed-
15,00 Volumes In Library "Norms db ot rtm
$10,000.00 Pipe Organ Schoolo e rt Ar 4
10 Large Laboratories for Science kSchool 4d Mem"
Unsurpassed General Equipment School af Fi e trio
Separate dormitories for oinMa me yainv g wow. Car. fl am tin .. 4 s .*d -s
Christian and notsetarian teachrm. Forcataltswr vehiw. to rilea *de.a *' *-*4w *$ a m

|Stands Uke a Sta M |I

Buy your new fence for years to cme. Get the Mb & db
hinge joint, the good galvaniing, the exactly poportieme
that is not too hard nor too soft.
We can show you this fence in our stock aad eaplat e me0 M td
superiority, not only in the roll but ia the sM. t ,me -aA s- as am Wn
our prices.


Th \.
By special arrangx-ment, the Ocala :i
Banner will after this date issue cun- ., ;.
,j is on clubs of subscribers. .
This offers an opportunity for those ,.
.\h; have friends in the contest t .
poo(;l heir sutoscriptions to the Banner .
ii1i curee a handsome prenilun vote! ,
ht. o -


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thni at the people who art- rich. I -
find that when I'm feeling g'. anI Thse cluons will be issue on
wish to make a grandst-tani pla .lt, of subscribers, but they must
there is no 'che(nw that hotelter draws.! ."'- il clubs under this offer. .-s in- .
there's nothing uriinzs me mo- a 1- ividial subscriptions received will !i... ;:
plause than heaving calbagts or cars. l'i t to litta-d to a club unls the ,
and knocking down solei plutocrat. ', 1 'zu t is niade at the tinl' o f pay-
[ d .lt amount to much myself: I've, lt. in which instance coupons will .,
n) otrensive pile of pelf; I've failed o 10' ieslsued until the club has been ,
in :f;y-seven ways: disai tr's ragged ~ fl p e' d.: 1
me all n.y lays. I was the Jonah of Now t busy and let your favorite,, ,
my town, in youth, and have not lived .now that you are in the race in ear- ..
it down: now, near the bottom of DAILY
life's hill. I'm something of a Jonah DAILY Tn. . i ,' -
still: iut n\ow annd then I throw a fit. )n Months Suo.-$1.25- .
and toast the rich. and make a hit. )n subscription.. ... .. 26. v-otes n .
I say that I am reduced to need by ive subscriptions.. .... 1.'75 votes
corporation guile and greed: the Ten subscriptions.. .... 4,125 votes Th
monev barons of the east have robbed On 6 Months Subs-$2.50- T, w,- pa,
my children of their feast: and they. Oue subscription.. .. ... 525 votes ,
with hearts as hard as stone. have Five bdbscriptions.. .. .. 2,475 vot-s r .
,. ... ..-. ..... .. Ten subscriptions ...... 8.;25 otes Ir 'sp.r '

[i1kv I by poor o i gra inny groIanI,
'hey put a m artgage on mVy co! and On Yearly Subs-$5.00-
,cole :he cistern front my nt And all One subscription.. .. ... 1.100
h- failures aher near. anal wave Five subscriptions. ..... 6.050
ie;r Phas an! cry. "Hear! Hear!" Ten subscriptions.. .....18.150
\r,' all th Joenahs wring my hand. WEEKLY
nl I say I'r sent to save the land.- On Yearly Subs--$1.0--
W.':l Mason the Poet Philosopher. One subscription.. .... 250
Five subscriptions.. .... 2,00)
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Ten subscriptions.. ..... 5,000
Diarrhoea Remedy is today the best Though we have arranged tc
known medicine in use for the relief .he above premium votes on sul
and cure of bowel complaints. It ions, we cannot issue votes on
curns griping, diarrhcea. dysentery. lns p annot i u
in,! should be taken a: the first un-. already paid in.


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Asthma VRIuMy
Give. prompt ant peotIv.e nWO
e very catose owd by4rus
Price. Si Trial Wbparks.
mail 161 remst
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4 Quarts "Keating's Prid" $3.00

4 Quarts "Ocala Club" $3.50

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-r ~ ';"T;r_-'_ 'i-k,'--F -

N W t -tr!er, in buld-
O tweetar 'beav $ef obiumeml
Sa n ta hed wle will move
0 In= Anthony. They wil

pMe s kshol opened here Mon-
Mina Miller of Dunnellon in
t W r the terLm.
Or. erw HalL the market man,
U epsed his market. and is selling
m beeves a week, besides other

Or J W Lash. master mechanic at
lt Mil will. has returned from Dun-
0tR. where e visited his family for
lS *wk. and reports that be found

&Mora Geiger has accepted a posi-
Ma wh tthe Reta Lumber Company
M epert saw er.
r. and Mrs. H. B. Cameron, who
mw of their little babies from
a GOa.. here for burial on the
S4 AA o returned home last

m. N. L MeQuast left week for
SS tob her sisters at Lake City
g M Ashe expects to be
MW r several weeks.
or. W N. rtnes. who has been
awth the Wilson Cypress
e merBaual Blu for sev-
Sas retired home sick a

.r C. MLced of Uve Oak was
"D I- stb ay. paying of his men

muig ma asre st a smilig
Me atb the price of turpentine

ae. B. IL rrumre ad family re-
o 3Vetorlat.t week. They
Sa on with Mrs. P' pa-

r. P Marp and family have re-
l a two, weeks visit to
Semb in Ne th Carolina. Mr.
So be dom et enjoy his stay
gmb a ems ampet of sicknessm.
b. dUm e. GegWer have been
9 a Sw days with Mrs. Geig-

Pw. P Uk OraOamvmlle has
Mon e f a ldjaiing Mr.
anl an ak lsarst mad offers
som- l servtes to the pub

r. I Thes a of parr was here
m*ka im beea cattle for
me IaMher. wh have a mar

W Naes of this place held a jol-
P m eeg at their hall last
,edlngS. Sme eO the young
l ow mem riding thegoat.
ML. haom.. twh has been visiting
ar Palatka. returned Sun-
SM20r. Oteaa asI al amdles now.
M. aa. the saw Bler at the
aW mn& happy a few days ago
oft W 6 aw ea to be with
F 4 ... .. -
M. ed Mrs. T. M. Pierce are in
- SM iing their old home. We
m y eara that both of them
- te Mk daee they left.
insW staled Mr. and Mrs. Will
^- s er-tly and presented
- a Sm. baygrl.
br ea has iv ve4'd a fine loco-
e make the m htbeween this
md Oatm. sad we are anxious-
bo-IMIg the time when we can
i d--d trlaa ber and go to Ocala
b aby ih.te*u
te te .vnslie-rable. complaint
Hi: lt.- *ih |p .led here about the
bais I-., t'- <'om|any crowdling np-
o tsaat ar nial 'he white church

turneat hom, after speng several
weeks with friends in Vurtala and
South Carolina.
Mr. W. L. Allea got back bomn. iast
Friday, after spending twa weeks
with friends in Kentucky.
Mr. Castel has bought Mrs. Ar-n
Billingaley's home near Mi.Itaao, a~ni
Mr. Billingsley has moved his family
into one of the McCormi.'--ei-: .hn.u,-
es in McIntcsh.
Mr. J. A. Murrell returi-.-l home
last week from Virginia, whbe: Is-
made a visit of two or ,'.-~e- "-..ks
to his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Gist returned
yesterday from Maryland, where they
were visiting friends and relatives.


To the Editor Ocala Banner:
The pillau on 'Stanton Heights is
numbered with the things of the past,
and was pronounced a success in ev-
ery respect. The people present were
not so numerous. but fully up to ex-
The day was an ideal one, and the
combination of an ideal day and such
a magnificent spot of earth as Stan-
ton Heights is enough to make anyone
feel glad and rejoice that their lot
is cast in such a favored spot of
God's creation, where everybody has
plenty of the necessaries of life, and
to judge by the looks of the table set
one must conclude that people around
in this neck of the woods enjoy their
full share of the luxuries also.
The pillau was pronounced a No. 1
article by all, and the "take in" veri-
fled the sincerity of the assertion.
But there was a plenty for all and
enough left to feed a good many
more. To Uncle Jim Kelsey and Er-
nest Lytle be all the praise. If any-
one is entitled to any special praise
it is Uncle Jim Kelsey, whose unre-
mitting interest and labor never
slackened from the conception till the
last one cried, "Hold on, McDuff;
enough is enough!" (These may not
be the exact words, but they sound
that way at a distance.) Uncle Jim
is an expert in making a pillau, and
know just how to put in that double-
jointed twist on the "stirrer" to make
the stew come out "according to
Hoyle," and if anyone can dish out
with more graceful and polite motions
than Ernest, I should like to see him
trot out.
We should like to give names of
the good people who furnished the ne-
cessaries to make up a feast as was
enj:,yed by all present, but it would
make this article too long, but we
must mention Esquire Kelsey, who
was on hand with his usual smiles
and kettle of coffee,

For wehnever Squire Kelsey the cof-
fee dees brew,
It makes nectar fit for the Gentile and
While the stew was a-stewing and
the coffee was a-brewing, the Lady
Lake baseball team and a picked-up
team of the Stanton boys were engag-
ed in a closely contested game, which
ended in favor of Lady Lake, the
score standing Lady Lake, 9; Stan-
ton, 8. The Stanton boys did admira-
bly well, n ver having had any prac-
tice as a team or as members of oth-
er teams. Now, as the Stauton boys
have a good baseball ground, if they
will do some practicing between now
and next baseball season they will be
in shape to hold their own with, the
average teams. Everything passed
off pleasantly and the Lady Lake boys

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Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Mr. Harvey Meadows of Tampa,
Fla., formerly of Sparr, was laid to
rest in the Anthony cemetery S4tem-
ber 7. Mr. Meadows leaves several
children and a host of friends to
mourn his death. He was a Metho-
*dist pireacher and a true follower of
Christ, and we feel assured that he
now is resting in mansions above, and
we say to the bereaved that if they
follow in their loved one's footsteps
They will dv.ell with him forever. We
extend our heartfelt sympathy to the
The little baby of Mr. and Mrs. Les-
lie Young of Sparr was laid to rest
yesterday in Anthony cemetery. Do
not grieve, loved ones, for it is sweet-
ly sleeping in the arms of Jesus. We
extend the bereaved parents our deep-
est sympathy.
Our young lady teachers are prepar-
ing to leave for their schools in a few
Mr. Earl Boyd is in Ocala taking ex-
amination this week. We wish him
the best of success.
Miss Una Shealey left for Fairfield
Sunday to begin her school there.
Mrs. E. H. Shealey and mother,
Mrs. W. Howell, have returned after
a several weeks' visit in South Caro-
Mrs. S. B. Daniels has returned
from a visiP to Virginia and the Caro-
Mr. A. Carter Bailey, who has a
number of friends here, came by to
say good-bye last week, and has gone
south for an indefinite stay.
Mrs. Emma Kennedy, formerly Miss
Smith of Anthony, and three beautiful
children, are visiting friends and rela-
tives here.
Mrs. Annie Stroud leaves in a few
days for Sutherland, and her two
handsome sons, William and Richard,
gave a farewell social for their friends
Tuesday night, which was enjoyed by
all. Their friends will miss them
greatly in their social circles, but will
wish them much success.
Mrs. J. H. Bailmont and two sons
are visiting relatives at Floral City.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Swain and son,
Albert, of Fert McCoy, spent Sunday
with Mrs. Swain's mother.
We understand that Mr. Lambert
and family of Sparr intend moving to
our town next week to receive the
benefit of our high school.
Mr. Will Swindle and cousin of Sid-
ney, Fla., spent a day and night with
friends here. Mr. Swindle has been
up the road for a few weeks' vaca-
tion. .
The pretty turn-out of Dr. &ty yas
in our town this week. Dr. Day has
a "stunning" outfit, and he seems to
be doing a rushing business in all sec-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swindle were
presented with a very fine girl last
The residence of Mr. Will Baskl I

is now nearing completion. Mr. Ba-
kin will have one of the.9nest stm
in Anthony. A
Mr. Zimmerman is visiting Mr. Geo.
Pasteur, Jr., this week.

Special Cor Ocala Banner:
Mrs. F. WV. McCredie has returned
home after a few days' pleasant visit
with relatives at Montbrook.
Mrs. Walter Hood of Ocala came
dlwn Monday to be present at the

Sa t bhelsidue of her brother-in-law, Mr. An- coic potograp
proved themselves gentlemen as w-,. | of lr h r r An
N Doo,'l 1hemselvs.dt e Tho yer F i(ldre-. Turner. who is s!.riously ill .1r will be tak(n at the Lick, Yerkes, Na-
as good Lail players. They wer ie-
m "TOil BOARDMAN AND Mc- I l( the home o. his son. J e Tur:,r. val andl orler observatories in this
INTOonpanid ly a iozcn e Swindle of nAnt hony .ntv, and all lhe large observato-
youmn: aIdier of Laady Lal:e. wh.,sfiny i .
yo. l.lstoti- of Lal Lal:e. hs ,s. Zimerman. ri's abroad. including those at Berlin.
p .c( res' aie ,'niid cheering was wi' t, i i Pian Grenwiche
'1 ".hA h', n.. Mir. yCia,, a ,l family hav. i',tin- 1i'fn IPai an' (Greenwich. \e
3, ,, ,t l ..-e n;i i 'i,! 1)til (;rl eGnl Sprinlos, wh(er. tliey want to gut a hli. series of actual
lad to its ci edit.
w 4 -' .k 11 .ii 1\. i l I'.1 ),'.-n ,' the i ):Ist tlr.e t*'le'scopie i'lho.ograp .lis of this comn 't
swap 14. I % !t .1 .I! ust as h. last inning* was fn- ks. onu i. colin cruise, through the
. . o .. -. ncle .1iim" announced that the' li.s .uctl, Turnips-, has .r:,- hev' ns. it, c mnot will first be pick-
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A.. \ L..av-ngoo'l. n behalf of the i now .ii Spiis. iUst 1-tt u-h'-re the comet will
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i ictoria Gracia. pre-eminent of the T !v in r h : A: -'
i iro Lt I. ,- ,\ it 1, ., C -s i. {Kore-han community., since the death las' Friday :i2h, a' he to'n hbal va -' (: :'--; s a i
S thI ha.t, th .! of Dr. Teel. was. bef )re her connec- qui a success, and a ni(e itt le sum : k Seles ia
r ion with the colony. plain Mrs. Ord- of money was realized. which w s ,do- !h rcihy ha"- i a ro ,ly k,1ate]I ini
Ir s Mr, John S.ttl.worth -w She left her husband to ally naned to the three church s of this -limit ss s!.e far bt YC1 the 'is:on
St,- so their o- nouth.. herself wite this singular community. place. of t mostr dlica rele.('onic re-
IS k e hat. ro-,l. p I;.1 Although recently violating her vows Rev. Edwards of Eureka is the Sear '.. As the cor-t enters into tho


"tf you live until next spring you
are Xoing to witness one of the most
magnificent sights the heavens have
ever disclosed before your eyes,'
says a well known member of the as-
tronomical force at the United States
naval observatory at Washington.
"Halley's comet comes only once in a
lifetime, and many persons are born.
live and dio without ever catching a
glimpse of its marvelous dash, of fire
across the skies. It was last seen in
1S35, and few persons now alive can
say they ever witnessed it."
The astronomical world is now on
the watch, and huge refracting the re-
flecting telescopes are trained upon
the heavens from many points on the
earth in a common effort to locate
the comet, which is approaching the
earth at a terrific rate. There is a
friendly rivalry to see which will be
the first to pick up the comet with
their mirrors.
"The comet in its full refulgence Is
not due until 1910, but by spring it
will probably be near enough to be
visible to the naked eye. In the past
it has spanned the heavens almost
from horizon to horizon, covering as
much as 100 degrees of 'terrestrial
territory, and standing out like a
great living thing of fire. It is now
somewhere off in space, but not yet
visible to astronomers. They confi-
dently expect someone to pick it up
before the end of 1909, and after that
it will increase in splendor and size
until it reaches the nearest approach
to the earih, sometime next spring,
after which it will disappear, not to
be seen again in 75 years.
"Halley's comet has been visiting
the vicinity of the earth ever since
500 or 600 years before Christ," said
the tZstronomer. "Halley was an En-
glishman, whose name was given to
the comet because he was the first
to announce that this particular com-
et came near the earth at regular pe-
riods once every 75 years. He went
over the records, and by a series of
computations found what had pre-
viously been regarded as a series of
different comets, was nothing more
than the same comet, and that this,
the most magnificent of them all,
came around regularly once every 75
years. That was during the latter
part of the eighteenth century, and
Halley announced that this comet
would next appear in 1835. He never
lived to see it come, but his succes-
sors found that his prediction came
"The comet's 75-year journey will
bring it toward us near enough for
It to be seen early in 1910. It has
never before been photoghaphed, be-
cause photography was invented af-
ter 1835. Neither has the spectro-
scoee been used upon this comet, this
beA [anotner new invention. The
tejeg~h is another facility not
fv*Iyia 1835, and there was at
ltlU nothing like the great tel-
l|c lenses of today, or the great
bh refractive telescope at the
s observatory, 60 miles north-
west of Chicago.
"With a" these facilities astrono-
mers will this 'time work in harmony
and a committee on comets was some
time ago ftermed for the purpose of
reporting a plan for observing Hal-
ley's comet. This committee reported
at the final session of the Astronomi-
cal and Astrophysical Society of
America, ,- the Yerkes observatory,
on Lake Ctneva, Wis.

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COMPANY The said o rs o* eto
Notice of Application for Letters first board of dTICIJ
Patent T A Hti:h, xt amos V
Notice is hereby given that the un- n' til y 1 o wh? tf
designed will apply to the Honora- ne. r ,ta ,,t*v to which 1 thI
ble Albert W. Gilchrist, governor of 811in l.., N.** a~' 1W .e
the state of Florida, at Tallahassee. Ihgt! :, 1 T"o
Florida, on the 12th day -of October. T .
A. D. 1909, for letters patent under ,.
Sthe following proposed charter:
Proposed Charter of the Florida Na- ..ha "
tiona! Land Company o
The undersigned hereby associate ,t ana. h -
rhemselves together for the pirpoxe '' I,.; I' ,
of becoming incorporated under hh -ar 4
laws of the state of Florida for the1" \V 'I, I' t, 4 it
transaction of the businesses set .1 ; -' 1 -
forth in tae following charter: j \ I, \ \ % )ml
The name of this corporation shaill'll \10V I? 1%1
COMPANY. with its principal offc. i e,":a' 0" I H '
and place of business in the city of 1 ol .1 ,,f ,, '. "
Ocala, Florida. and its business I.itf r,' hirt. -- 1t
shall be conducted elsewhere in the plhbllc iallI ft h i tll .1
state of Florida or in any other state. WVrt. in th.o s i, ,,' tth :..-*
through branches, agencies or other-'., .l'an I V ,rl *
wise, as may be necessary or conven- a er- .a \- ,. *' .
ien t." k no ri. l a i ,I k l sint ''t,* t ,
ARTICLE II. ial dI criert t li An, lA i t, ,,'- vi-i
The general nature of the husimne's- hi- r nem..' .* ..
es to be conducted ')y said comp-iany tr,. r '. i', "
shall be as follows: -,,it. I -I' 1
LAND-To acquire by purchase, to other. in ,.xr.,-* II
lease, own,. hold,. sell,. mortgage an.Il \itn. e. n, h. n.t ..n *- '.
encumber improved and unimproved at V.n W\. thi, hh- .
real estate wherever situated: to sur- S..p'.nIl..r 1 I t-,,
vey, subdivide, plat and improve the- IS'-al \ '\ '
same fcr the purpose of sale or other- No'ar% PIu.lit in .tr i f
wise; to construct. operate and erec County Ohli i
thereon houses, buildings, light and, Mvy .lmll la -i n .... *
power plants, machinery and appli- 1911
an-es, to furnish water power an i S 'tate of Inii;iani
electricity for irrigation, power or C ounty v of Alle-n -
lighting purposes; to construct, oper- Be-for.e the, ,Inl rt..-- I ., ,
ate and maintain roadways, tramn- itdbi In *t, il fr 'h* *t'- *f ,;**I.
ways, sawmills and other similarsimilar en- in h -ta fit In.lrn ... ..-s *4 p
terprises. I n srd %'" (n4'wo .t- i l i ,.I
LUMBER-To buy, sell, trade and known and known *', ,.
deal in timber, and to buy. sell, trade iual d -rtnht in a.t sh.he' -' .* -4
and deal in lumber, shingles andi all hir d too th, I .r*.* ii ..
similar products. charter and a-kn,,l.-"iwrt *h- I' *.
FRUITS-To raise, grow. buy. sell. I cited tN' mani fir 'ht* t,** I-..
trade and deal in fruits, vegetabhk 3. the'reln expro-se-.t
seeds and all kinds of agricultural Witness m\ hand re in ,a
products. Ft. Wayvn. Indiana his. -' ,, f
GENERAL STORES-To build, aw- At ug st. 1*.
quire, lease own. hold. sell, mortgage. .4,.al I MW.Nk4ANH: NIt
maintain and operate general stores Notary Public in an.1 feetr II., .
for the purchase and sale of all kinds ty. Indiana
of commodities. My romnimliftmon *1p1r. I ,,. 1'
STOCKS-To purchase. or other-. of 1912. tnot
wise acquieortand to hold. sell, assign. unt of Illi.not.
transfer, mortgage, pledge or other'- ""Cintv h ndofr' ,
wise dispos( of shares of the capital forT' the, mnd.'r-san..l e
stock. bonds or debentures or other public in anI fr h .. ,. .
evidences of indebtedness created by andr' ,f llitneoist 1,r tl, ,
any other corporation or corporations. 'ptared C'harle-s i'-, 4o. ,,, '
domestic or foreign, and while the Morris lon- s to m **,.ll kni..e, *m
holder thereof to exercise all the known to h-. the-. indtl% .ltl 4*.w,I,.. 9
rights and privileges of ownership. In- in anal who the,.r it *i
cluding the right to vote thereon. the' forge oina irol>(.d ,a .%*,, ,.
OTHER BUSINESSES-To acquire acknowlledt hiat ,hi- ,.,-.u. t ,-a.
the good will, business, property and amine for the, purpn.e,. hle,,.s *
assets, and to assume or undertake pressed
the whole or any part of the liability Wl'ness my han't an ioareli j ..*
of any person, firm. association or t I'i"t.,*** llinois this. :. .# 4,
corporation, and to pay for the same S'Ilt,, im r A I1 )101
in cash, stock, bonds. debentures or 1SealI RKRN'IK I" 414 HIM9
other securities of this corporation. Nola.y Puhile in and h.r t', # *,.
or otherwise, as the directors may do- tv. Illinois
termine. My Mhlcoint ion sp.r-. Prrj,,P
GENERAL POWERS-To do all',. 1.2 ,..
and everything necessary, suitable, -
convenient or proper for the accom- OY*TIC
plishment of any of the purposes or in --- .
the attainment of any one or more of Of Appialtihnm for Ta1 Lh-.4 I 4..*
the object, herein enumerated or In- section of lheapter at- | .-
-idental to the powers herein named., of lr-ki.
or which shall at any time appear Notle is hreb, uiv. *-.. h 4
conducive or expedient for the pro- Veal. ,f *as ,* section or benefit of the corporation. 2. *latet the I., lay *.f Jot 4 D1
either as holders of or interested in 19,7, baa fhled mai e,.. ,e .
any property or otherwise, with all otce, a,,l ha- ma4e. agpt, *,',,,. q
the powers now or hereafter confer- tax de*d to Isusw in s' Wa.- .,*e
red by the laws of Florida under the law Mai.t e.rt|i ( *e h .'.mb, '
act hereinafter referred to. following d-.rtlhd pr..-r-, *,**. .
It is in the intention that the ob- in Marion ,',,,,nt I..,rj.t, *., *1i
jects specified in this article be n in na Nrh half ,, h.-m, ,,,* .
wise limited nor restricted by refer- nor hse.t qir,a mi -, ...,..
ence to or inference from the terms qu:irt*.r of ,oia1tiei.- a..v ."'. ,
of any othei clause or paragraph In 0talanC, C .*..,,, I" .i, .*,
this charter, but that the object, Spl S- m,,h ,i ,tet .,, ., ,
cified in each of the clauses of thi, t,,n' t .... ,...! ,, ,,, ',
article shall he regarded t s inde.penI an, f ,,t ;, .. ,' .,.
ent objects. ."f M.,, ,, , ,

The am ount of ti capital st xo'k *,, i ', I ,\' ,
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