The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 29, 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


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note:
Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note:
Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).

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Ocala Florida

Local and Personal

Mr (;regor McLean of Largo was
atain with us Monday.

Mr ..hw Davis retpresntedi tih Sunm-
n.-rfi.-ld section in Ocala Monday.

1Irt H. M. Hampton is in Sumter-

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di.'ss S S. Hlnton. Orange Lake.
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Mi lltring said that the tender
S,:'s. of potato vines Monday morn-
1m ,howed signs of the visitation of
.la. k Fros' This is ea!,ly for his ap-
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.Mr- I.eoonard Ik)7-ite. nmatron of tht
Old Soldie'rs' Home in Jacksonville.
htas come, down to spend several
m e..k with Mrs. .1. H. Strunk. who oc-
StilpIe thhe Iozier residence.
\\'ANTIED-At once. man with lo,-
rtin ti am. to haul for mill. Write or
call Hilton Lumber Company. Belle-
tw. Fla.- t.
The full run of mackerel along the
N.oa Scotia coast is the greatest in
.ears and the fishermen are reaping
a harvest. It is estimated that within
'be peS low days 300)00 fish have
i.asma. The mackerel are all very
large. About 15.000 fish have been
a shipped in ice to Boston from Halifax.
-(;almesville Sun.
We hope the run of salmon will be
lust as good. We are tired eating
Mbladined catfish for salmon.

I ~ tor sale at this odee, 10c. each.
r $1 a daeen. Apply Ocala Banner

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I M.!r. I. P. Thiaza.l. I nIana;1 .r of h I',
|P.:rk Hlotel in .lackson ill,. can*it n1
Sunilav to slpe'ni a day wi'h his fnain
iiy. 'e says that it is 'th, saml oldl
story so far as he can see,. Train
Ic:ad, alter train load of tourists anIl
holme-seeke','s are piassin.- tl;'roI.ghl
.lacksonville almost daily,. and invaria-
bly thel ha\e their faces tur-neil in
the famine direction-Sanfor,l. Kissim-
mIce. Fort Myers. St. Petersburg and
Eustis. Gainesville. Ocala.. (te.. do)
not appear to ha\-ve a place on ith-'
hoine-seekers' map. ilu' it will hot
always be that way. Our atttra'(ionis
cannot always be hid under a bushel.


Dr. and Mrs. D. 31. Smith reached
home Sunday afternoon, after an ab-
sence of several months. In August
they sailed from New York for Nor-
way and Sweden. where they spent a
couple of weeks most enjoyably. They
also visited France, England. Scotland
and Ireland, and during their entire
trip had perfect weather and nothing
occurred to mar the pleasure of their
trip. They were accompanied on their
European travels by Mrs. Smith's
niece. Mrs. Cecile Croft. Dr. and Mrs.
Smith spent two weeks in New York
City on their way home. Their
friends are glad to have them home

Men's Fancy Top Shirts

Regular 50c & 60c val. 34A
fast colors, special 3 C

Ladies Elastic Belts

All select colors the 25c 13c
kind, special C

Fancy White Waistings

Of madras poplin, pique 13c
etc. 25c goods, special C


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The Tampa Times :Inspection car. a
!;'i)-h. it. Premier car. left Tampa Satur-
Sday morning at .:,:;.. and reached
Ocala at 5 p. in. It came' through
il:'iant City. Gre,'r. Sylvia. Dade City,
1 Brooksville. lnvern'ess and Dunnel-
lon, stopping a while at ach of these
several places.
It left for Gzainesville at .5:4o- yester-'
day afternoon and expected to arrive
there at 7:215.
The party consisted of T. Et. Bryan.
president of 'the Tampa Auto Club:

I It Is A Fact

That the man who carries his money in his pocket wdl
spend all of it without thought; while it becomes second
nature for a man with a bank account to figure on naming
training a reserve in his bank.

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j Th-. *.''pll' of Marion county will lhe
Sp!ofo'-inudy sorry :o learn of the death
;*,f .1r. (larance Smith. He died at
I his i- si.Il ne( on Lake \VWeir. and his
' b,:dy was shipped to his old hornm- at
i('l rksvil;e. Tenn. ,for burial.
I Mr. Siiith \;as very conscientious
iz. his co.n ietions and a.rlent in gi v-
iing Ox\rssion to them. and in the old
Sco(rnve:in ion lays. when he thought
That the right was going to be sub-
!.verted, his voice was always sure to
Se)( heard.
lie came to Florida to engage in the
growingg of oranges; succeeded in
.r:n;:_: a grovv into sharing, ibut it
was swc:pt away in the big freeze. He
the-n returned to his old home and en-
gag, I in the tobacco business, but af-
elr a while his longing for his home
,).t ILak- \\'Wir returned and he came
:,ac; to us and again started on an-
hiip-r grooei and was quite successful,
and hinl his health and life been spar-
, h11 would h-ave enjoyed a splendid

The ile'ccasod wvs ardent in his
', .,o, lig;iatio's iand he will be
SI-s! in thlle unday school and in all
( ': gaEth, :'i:igs.
ra t ;u. and loyal fri,'uid and

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With lids, regular
35c values, special

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h b;orne' of the, bril,'. \120 Sonut
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i Tr!'rain t,:r ;a brilal tolr ,f ,;* Ia. ,,(
Colors pink and blue 18, i' s To.' )irin.- itf ,-r ,,t *i.
worth 35c all sizes, spcl n, c1rorh.,, R ,iirnin. to Wilininwon h-..,
|will to() to h(ous,* on Nin

The' marriage- of *hi-' poillar toi
i p i- on of the social e .Vt-rit of the
s'ason anfd hadd h'en oagerly rantii'
paTed lby hundreds of friends for th,-
0 5 V > past se-veral wee-k-s The brifl<- is on-

the yo., nz'- social set and has a Ml.
circle of fri-ndls. The groom i- a
Syprominaent young )'., maian with
yOU Can't COm eC a in( romising fNture. To hin i-
,,xtendedl :he happiest 'congratulationm
of a host of friends.
Tho wedding gift's. which were
Sa 0 r many and very beautiful. were, tast--
fully arranged on tables in the par
lor. They included much silver of
',xquisite design, njmuh fine cut glass.
sore beautiful china and otier pret
*y and valuable gifts.-Wilmington

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C. S. Washington. chairman routeIBEAUTIFU CHURCH WEDDING
committee; B. H. James, representa- AT ST. JAMES
tive of the Premier Auto Company; AT ST JAMES
L. D. Regan, special representative of St.
the Tampa Times, and Spencer Snow. St. James Episcopal church w the
These gentlemen spent the night in scene of a beautiful wedding at 6
Gainesville, and will leave early this o'clock yesterday afternoon, when
morning for Jacksonville. Returning Miss Thurber Gore, the lovely and at-
they will pass through Ocala Monday. Active daughter of Mr. and Mrs.


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Earle Dickinson. a well known and f
The great pacing mare. Lady Lou, popular young business man. plighted
property of Mr. 0. R. Duckworth, who their troth. The occasion was full of
wintered here last season and won ev-
ery race with her in which he start- interest to a wide circle of friends and,
ed at our last race meet. has beenithe edifice was filled with an admir-
sold to Ocala parties. This is one of ing throng.
the greatest pieces of horse-flesh ever 'fil, church was beaulifullv decorat-i
seen in Orlando and the horse that church was decorat-
bl)eats her this season will know that ed in yellow and white. On either 1
he has been in the races. Lady Lou side of the entrance to the pew was a'
has a record of something like 2:22,'huge palm. The altar was prettily il- C
but has been miles much faster, work- n, with candles. The be-
ing out here this spring a number ofluminated with handles. The h,-
times in 2:17. and was not urged. Sheltrothal service took place at the foot 4
is game, sensible, quiet and a great of the chancel, after which the couple
road mare, and we congratulate the proceeded to the altar. where the im-
Ocala parties on her purchase.-Or-pr i renonv was performed
land Reporter-Star. passive ceremony was performed
Lady Lou was purchased by Mr. Ma 11Rev. l)r. Wi. 11. Milton, rector of thl 0( A\
son Tison. and her racing will be one c
1ot the attractions at the(r coming Ma The brilal party entered the, church
rion county fair. She is a very pretty'in the following order: First canie the
animal, and w' are, glad that she has little ribbon beare-rs. Mast-r Eugene -..
fallen into Marion cotunti hands. Ma- HIardlin and .Miss Susan I)i-ine. wtiho OPENING OF
rim is not avaricious, buItr she, has were attired in while and .carried yel-
!owv rilblon. Next enm e .Mes.- rs. .1Eil-
jusi inherited and fostered the ilambli-
tio)l to get ilhe lest that's going. t "t (;w ndl (; r -
by .Miss Loulisf lHeery. \ hlo \:i s lie a l ll- l ',
Mr. .\ll'.1 W lHrii!es lt 1d tirh mis- n iifIlly gowned in white satin with 1v" ,i .i
I( to cu( t his hand v ry I;aidinfully I"':)'l 'riiniiiils,. and carri'l \~i rte t, t N,,. ,
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2el0l) familiar are the words of his soldier of the cap believed in the ser-,
p1igg-te son. Charles II., "Don't let'vile adulation of palaces.
pwr starv.-'" and his jest to, Death of Nero
t mew round his deathbed, asking The death of Nero is one of the,
th"f to pardon him for being such a most tragic in all history. Suetonius
tfa linw in dying has described in vivid language how
When ('romwell was near his end. the fugitive emperor lay in hiding in
bAp %mtioually repeated the words, a miserable hovel outside the ciy,.
iX.d 1% g pa." and said. "I would be awrae that the search parties were
WtWAng to uw further serviceable to close upon his trail. and trying to
God. tbut my work is done." nerve himself tdo ei Dogwtt,.shrublI
Wh.n Richelieu was asked if he nerve himself to die with dignity by
Wbra..- hia nenmies. he replied, "I his own hand. he kept muttering,.
ba had no ,noemies but those of the "Come, rouse yourself." "This befits
t**- a far finer utterance than not Nero." "Tis shameful for me to.
that tof ht successor. Mazarin, who, live." Then the consummate actor
ib ly twfor- he died, looked over all in his nature came to the surface, and S
of the rich treasures which he had he exclaimed: "What an artist per-
a.m d. and repeated with a sigh, ishes in me!" And when the sound -
"11 taut quitter tout cela." of horses' hoofs came nearer and a
Sr Walter Scott said to the faith- nearer, he quoted a line from a Greek r
Otl larkhart: "Lockhart. I may have play, "Lo! the sound of swift-footed
ut a minute to speak with you. My horses strikes upon my ear." Then,
dewr. 11 a god man. be virtuous, be when at length he took the sword t
veWnous. be a good man." and stabbed himself, his last words c
Lt tbrt asked whether he should contained the bitter cry. "Such is loy- (
MU the dying man's daughter, alty." Yet he found loyahy even in (
"No." sa* d Scott. "don't disturb death, for his old nurse took up the 1
theb Poor souls. I know they were body and buried it with loving care. (
ap all anht God bless you all." Passages from the Psalms have of- t
Sethe's Last Words ten been on the lips of dying Chris-
TW last words to fall from Goethe's tians. The verse, "Into thy hands, 0, i
I*& were "More light." words strik- Lord, I commend my spirit," was I
tay appopriate to the close of a breathed in their last moments by Ba- J
We of triumph. sil the Great in 370 by Charlemagne
The lt whispered words of Keats at Aix-la-Chapelle in 814, by Martin f
Pgre. "* die of a broken heart." Luther and by the pious George Her- J
"I am taking a fearful leap in the bert in the rectory house at Bemer- e
ef.'" murmured the aged philoso- ton. %. I
pher. Hobbes. on whose tombstone Mary Queen of Scotts uttered it di
* e the se-arching words, cut at his with a sigh as she knelt before the I
we deitre. "This is the philosopher's scaffold at Fotheringay, and the line, w
IM,.' "Into thy hands, 0. Lord, into thy J
Sell.." Henry Irving on the stage at Brad- t
'Me't let the awkward squad fire ford before he was stricken down. t
over me' cried Burns. as he fell in When Charles Wesley lay dying he U
evsulaions with a last gibe at the quoted from the seventy-third Psalm.
Durtg militia. of which corps he "My flesh and my heart faileth." e
Wm himself a member. When his more illustrious brother 1
Nebrm'a last words in the cockpit was on his deathbed in 1791. it was in "
of the Victory. were: "Thank God; I the Psalms that he found consolation. h
et domne my duty." "The clouds drop fatness," he was
Tbowm Jefferson declared: "I re- heard to say, and again, "The lord of
og my soul to God sad my daughter hosts is with us. the God of Jacob is 1
so m2 motry... our refuge." and, last of all. "The
J~a Adams. o being disturbed by best of all is God is with us."-Balti-
the awmd of cannon, and being told more Sun.
tl the day was July 4th. exclaimed:
"I a rCaU and glorious day. Inde- CAUSES 95 PER CENT. OF DIS. t
psamwee forever." EASES
bstanwes of the ruling passion A--v t'
raf in death are very common. It Advice Concerning Stomach Troubles k
Ssaid of Dr. Arne. the Great English and How to Remedy Them 1
e a Uer. that he died in the midst Do not neglect indigestion. which a
of mw cowersation of some mus- leads to all sorts of ills and compli- e
llar nawaier, trying with his last cations. An eminent doctor once said M
Mtath to sing a passage. the meaning that ninety-five per cent. of all the i
of which he was too exhausted to ex- ills of the human body have their ori-
plhas gin in a disordered stomach. a
A physician who made a specialty
The last words of Corot, the great of stomach troubles, particularly dys-.
Vv's-ri linter, were: "When the pepsia, after years of study perfected S
prt om ros will paint a beautifuls" the formula from which Rexall Dys- t
irr I seae a sky full of roses. pepsia Tablets are made. a
Wttb the' words, he gathered his fin- .
Or" Wm hough holding a brush, made Our experience with Rexall Dyspep- 1
sia Tablets leads us to believe them b
a mosemem as if he were painting, to be the greatest remedy known fot a
expir the relief of acute indigestion and d
When the famous Earl of Chester- chronic dyspepsia. Their ingredients i
Seld who prided himself on his po- are soothing and healing to the in- s
hrtte-,. Ias at the point of death, he flamed membranes of the stomach t
itd. as' the doctor entered the room: They are rich in pepsin, one of the
"ta1- Iaruliles a chair." greatest digestive aids known to med- e
Naipdeon died at St. Helena. dress- icine. The relief they afford is al- f
ed for battle, with the words. "tote most immediate. Their use with per- r
a arme .' on his lips. winning, no sistency and regularity for a short t
nutt. somn' last tremendous conflict time brings about a cessation of the t
tof a rea'e. Waterloo. pains caused by stomach disorders. e
Stir lasl.wr Newton expired while Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will in-
in the act of winding his watch. sure healthy appetite, aid digestion c
Hall.r was heard to exclaim, as he and promote nutrition. As evidence i hb pulwe. "The artery ceases to of our sincere faith in Rexall DyspepI-
b'. and. died on the instant. si Tablets. we ask you to try them at r
Ha'dn fell into a stupor at his pi- ourt- risk. If they do not give you en |
saO after singing "-God Save the Em- tire satisfaction we will return you


W -WOM OF GREAT MEN GM IM( to his tepum, the id of
W i FACING DEATH Warwick, when near his end: "See
S- -- In what peace a Christian ean die!"
SIt wor4s of Charles Wolfe. When Vespualan, the Roman emper-
e amthr of the "Ode on Barial of or. who had risen to the purple from
OW JonM. Moore." were "Close this the obscurity of a Spanish village,
- the othe r one is close already !felt that lhe was d ina hl t ild hi t at.

That etramordlary utterance may
mo- to recall many other remarka-
M amd probably better known last
igsag of celebrated men and wo-
m *Some have passed into history.
overyame knows the tragic word,
"*Sewambr!" uttered on the scaffold
at WteaMll by Charles I.. nobler and
me-w kinly In death than in life.

&CIL. WL U w -. g UY W U S 6-
tendants to help him to his feet. "An
emperor," be said, "should die stand-
ing." and then he uttered one of the
grimmest jests that ever fell from the
lips of a dying man. "Truly." said he,
"I feel I am becoming a god." It was
the Roman custom to apotheosize the



dead emperor as soon as the breath so


Ina the annals of the American bwa
iere are hundreds of lawyers, any I
no of whom we might designate in
absolute confidence the head of the
profession. Marshall and Taney.
chief justices of our supreme bench
om 1S01 to 1S64. were agreed that
'illiam Pinkney was the greatest;
wyer that ever pleaded before that
ibunal, and there is tradition that
>me of the opinions handed down by

had left his body. and Vespasian's thpse g-reat jurist's wore imiprezrnated
sarcasm showed how little the rough I
:with the sty](, of the great lawyer

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per r wbhle the French cannon were the money you paid us for them. with- o
Grin& a few yards from his house at out question or formality. They come i
Sahambruni in ':hree sizes, 25 cents. 50 cents and v
oawart died while his daughter was $1. Remember you can obtain them o
mastng to him his "Requiem." only at our store-The Rexall Store. a
Among pathetic deathbed utteranc- The Postoffice Drug Store, J. J. Gerig. li
*e sme i more poignant than that of Proprietor. a
('Iortoie Bronte. Reading the anx-
stm and sorrow on the faces of those "As soon as the tide tu-rns in the di- s
*bet her. she said: "Oh! I am not reaction of Florida it will come with a a
goftg to die. am I? He will not separ- rush and there will be a transforma- d
tion on the face of everything. All
oe as: we have been so happy." sorts of industrial enterprises will be
TeI who knew the moving story of established. established businesses
wthe ovelbt's life will realize the in- will become more profitable, good b
tq*esy of that cry of anguish as the roads and trolley lines wil be built, n
and the same conditions will prevail
fear strwk to her heart that her brief here that population has made possi- l
Ve~r of married happiness was to be ble in other sections. A rainbow of e:
b.- promise, strong and well-defined, is J

who had (-xpoundled th, law to them.
Daniel Wefbster said ,hat w hen in'

New Englant lihe decided that Jere-
niiah Mason was the first lawyer in
Anmerica. anl that vhlin in the l )is-
trict of Columbia he gave first place
to John Marshall: L;lt his iriva*'e
opinion vwa. that th .re was another;
greater Than either or hth of thoni--
nmianing lDaniel Wehs ,er himself, and
possibly he was right ab,tut it. Ru-
fus Choate. tBen Hardin. Robert
Toombs. Ben Hill, Charles O'Connor.
Jere Black, Matt Carpenter Caleb
Cushing. Allen G. Thurman, John C. i

Spooner. John G. Carlisle-any on(e
of these we may call the head of the
American bar, for there are a thous-
and "bes lawyers." On form, as the
race track folk say, William M3. Ev-
arts was the greatest lawyer. He suc-
cessfully defended Andy Johnson in
the impeachment proceedings; he suc-
cessfully defended Beecher at the suit
of Tilton; he successfully pleaded the
cause of the United States at the Ge-
neva arbitration; he successfully con-
ducted the case of R. B. Hayes before
the electoral commission of 1877. His
ambition was to be chief justice, and
f Salmon P. Chace had been elected
)resident he would have been chief
There died last Friday at Frank-
fort, Ky.. a lawyer the equal of any
urist who ever sat on any bench, or
ever pleaded at any bar-William
Lindsay. Strange to say, he was a
lull boy at school. He was one of
Forrest's troopers in the big war. and
when little past thirty he was chief
justice of Kentucky. and made more
decisions that became "leading cases"
han any other man in the history of
he Anglo-Saxon race who was on the
bench no longer than he.
If William Lindsay had been bless-
cd with the "winning ways" of Joe
Blackburn, he would have been
greater than Caesar." He was an
Lonest man.-1Washington Post.


rhey Grow in Mexico, and a Test is
To Be Made of the Fiber
A test is to be made of the value
of the fiber of the cotton bearing
rees which grow wild in Sonora and
linaloa, Mexico, says a dispatch to
he New York Sun. The tree is
known to the Mexicans as the aldone.
'he staple of the cotton is not as long
s that grown by the American plant-
r, but there is no need of ginning it.
Merely flaying it with a pole while it
s spread out on a canvas or a floor
will rid it of seeds. The staple is
about an inch long.
Charles Cummins, a rancher, who
as a hacienda near La Pastorilla, in
Sonoro. has been experimenting with
he cotton and is preparing to put up
i small mill to weave cloth as an ex-
periment. He believes that he will
be able to produce a cloth as good as
anything that can be made from or-
dinary cotton, and if so he says there
s enough of the product in Mexico to
supply that country with all the cot-
on goods it will need.
The Mexicans have never attempt
'd to weave the fiber, but they have
or ages been using the lint for tilling
mattresses and pillows, and they find
hat it is far superior to ordinary cot-
on. as it is spongy and does not gath-
er into knots.
The bolls are much larger than the
otton bolls. The method of the Mex
cans in gathering the cotton is to pull
he bolls just about the time they are
ipe enough to open. and before they
egin to drop their contents, and to
't them dry, when they will crack
pen and the lint can be removed eas-
ly. The lint is then piled on a can-
as or a floor and is flailed after the
ld fashioned way of threshing wheat,
nd the seeds readily drop out of 'the
nt. The fiber is then gathered up
nd is ready for use.
Mr. Cummins says the fiber is
stronger than the American cotton,.
nd he believes the cloth will be more

The most startling news that has
een received in some time is that an-
ouncing the assassination of Prince
to of Japan. He was Japan's great-
st statesman. He was the Thomas

efferson of that new and a n,<. ,


It cannot be! Why, all these years
I've watched hdm on his way.


What is Said of the Reute Betwee*
Tampa and Jacksonville Via

He's come and gone, each act an; Ola
word t
As honest as the day! The inspection car left Jacksonville
To church on Sunday like the rest. Sunday afternoon at 2:35 o'clock. Made
With wife and children kind. the run to Starke, reaching there at
Considerate, a neighbor just. 6:40. Left Starke after having sup-
per there, at 7:30., reaching Gaines-
The tradesmen seem to think he's.ville at 9:30, and retired for the night.
fair: Left Gainesville Monday morning
No trouble have with hill a 5:25 o'clock intending to make
Commuters like to ride with him., t
He ne'er recounts his ills. Ocala for breakfast. Passed through
His house and grounds art neat and M!icanopy at 6;:1o. Reached Ocala at
H tri:n. ".:,55 and took breakfast at the Ocala
At leastho quit-' pun- iusL(. Left Ocala at 9:lo and ar-
At least that' how i;* w,.- \;iy s,'ei-
*,1, n\,o!l at Dunnellon at 10:: .;.
But In w n I' ot o s': Th*i' route traveled over tfroi .Jack-

For !''- '- j.s! otH~tf Nv~lal don'.

A s it)li l -' ;k,'" s 'i
His every ,ied's (,f ,iJ'rl .,st d, -.
Ifis ,.v\,ry worJ's a fib)
Graft, bigamy. il)-bezzlemeiin.
All crimes which soul c ':i, -tain-
You s,. he's upl) for ofthic
In thIe present. warm iii'1 a a iLi !'.
---i'i; A. -.latniT iN. N. Y. Times


BI}]~v :he luiLtle,.
Bea;it ihe Irni.-~:
I.o. the candilia' --
IHe conies"

Ridin' early.
Ridin' late.
Watch out for
The candidate.

Saw the war ihrouih
SSiure of that) ;
Got his record
In his hat.
Knows he's needed
By the state;
Save the country
Sure as faie.
Good at farmin'-
Got a plow
In his back yard.
Rustin' now.
Anything the
People call.

Bound to please you;
Beat the drums;
Lo! the (candidate-
He comes.
-Frank L. Stanton.


Messrs. Spencer and Carmichael
are back from Tampa. wh'-re they at-
tended the meeting to select an offi-
cial route for the Automobile Associa-
tion of Florida betwee-n Tampa and
Both the east and west sections of

the state were strongly represented,
and the arguments of each were so
strongly put that it ended in the se-
lection of both routes. That is to say,
there will be a circuit, or belt route,
going one way and returning the oth-
er-thus giving the tourist and invest-
or the opportunity of seeing both sec-
tions of Florida.
The following are the routes agreed
upon as official:
Official Tampa-Jacksonville Route
Tampa to Jacksonville--Greer, Dade
City, Brooksville, Inverness. Dunnel-
lon, Ocala. Micanopy, Gainesville,
Starke., Jacksonville.
Total--Distance. 245.4 miles. Time,
15 hours, 24 Average, 16
Returning to Tampia--St. Augustine,
Ornmoid, Daytona, DleLand, Sanford,
Orlando. Ki.ssiniiee. l,oughman,
flairi,.. (itY, Winter Haven, Bartow,
L.akelanr,, T'amrpa.
Total- Distaince. 29'7.5 miles. Time.
22 liotirs, 17 minutes. Average 13 1-3

Their interest thus taken. and the
adoption of this bell route means a
great deIal for the future of Florida.
It will giv-e he stranger the oppor-
tunity to jutlge of the respective mer-
its of the two sections by comparison.
and will create a friendly rivalry that
will culminate to the interest of both.
In the name and on behalf of the
people of Ocala this paper returns a
vote of thanks to Messrs. Spencer and
Carmichael for the interest they have
manifested in the matter, and for hav-
ing the official route made directly
through the heart of our county.

At Greenwich, Conn., the United
Workers. an organization composed
principally of wealthy persons, having
as their object to (do all the good pos-
sible in the most practicable way, is
having 'the dentists of the city to fill
the teeth of those who are unable to
pay regular prices for the same for
the sum of ten cents. This charge is
made in order that the children and
their parents may feel that they are
paying in a measure for what they
get. Scores of children have had
their teeth attended to. The patient
must reside in Greenwich and must
present himself or herself at the
rooms of the United Workers on spec-
ified days of the week, to have the
work done. The United Workers
have interested the dentists in their
work among the noor. It isn 0 tl p

to Ocala w~as pretty iievirly-
1' ?t'st'',it- :1omut d i4is ht4rtan e indfI T
at i5I(hala. The dIi5tanciitt))Yhiv

Improvingj the Roads




B[ w'en ('a;lal and I)Dlne!!nt nii tli'.-r
"' stVt r'a! l:rt'ge ;n':rs of tI;en 1at
' 'o '.!: imiirovilng the r<':i -. F' i, IN
( is to li)ostei1 by (;a;es\ill ilt iarti- Si v r
who are putting up the money to ptr-; -
,erly designate the highway.
At Brooksville FO
The inspection cat rveach('iedl
Brooksville on the return trip a 2.:', 4
Had dinner there and left for Tampa S rving
at 2:45. Reached Inverness at 12"':,.
leaving there at 12-39. Speedonmoter
registered 159.9 miles at Inverness su p -
and 17,,S.l at Brooksville. No mis- 1
haps.-L. D. Reagin in Tampa Time*s. ut f

Mrs. Virginia Sharpe-Patterson says
that "the quantity of fine composition
found in the daily newspapers i, a

constant educational inspiration to
many, while to those who know iundler
what hurried circumstances, what
hustle, amid interruptions antI f,\%-i
ish pressure, they are written 'ie
are little short of marvelous in t heiH
excellence and finish."

Wanted-A fair. tolerant.
republican. It is a variety vtiha
vanishing from public life.

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On and After N(
We have recently

We now have new and mode'ri
out. thereby lessening danger of I
ed men in charge. If you will obi
which we advise in our circular I
celve one), we are sure you will I
FROM OUR PLANT. We are not
be here in business for the remain
only do by giving you a SQUARE
meat. Our charges same as lan t

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Local and Personal.

Mrs l,oland Smoak and baby have
wos10- to Atlanta to visit relatives.

Q- Quincy Peacock. formerly. with
h' I luinnellon Aldvocale. was an Orlala
i-itr Priday.

1r 4;. AIll-opp, on,- of th.e lfOs -
.** iat- citizenll of Lake \VWeir, vwas in
4< a l. F ida.\.

Whn 1 woarnt a quic-k d.'oj
I li ':i: 's Cafo. where you'll :in. .v-
**.i'r lin in s eason on the bill of faro.!

It' .ildl MI E- ;. l.indn'r Fl i-
.Il\ nticl' d froni Althony to thll 'i i, '
.,rr. in this cily. on Sout h Thii,:
-'r ci *. st a

I -. Flira Malav .Mori ison. ai (h:i,-
S '.i- i \ iiii;'ln of M -.'i.l't !- o:
* < E-l:i Ho-In..,-. antd will sp t.iA i -
* .' . i this 'ity.

1'-1 I 1. Sileox. wi:h 1' r 'I',:i.l
* .,u.-h'* r. Minnie V\on Schlwi.or-i, is
i's1 iris n relatives in (O ala.-- u'; i
4 ;,ida HEt'rald.

Mr N. 1 I;ottlioh has rcturirn-. toi
4 S<-.ks spe.rnt at Sanford in the inir-
* .i of ithe'. 1 of A. He will re'aiia;r
ii. :,nd daughter.

Mr, S T. Sistrunk. Miss Annie, A'-
kin.son and Miss Eugenia Fuller wen-
up to Orange Lake Friday. and re-
turmed on the 9 o'clock train with a
nie' string of fish.

When In Ocala don't forget Hogan's
Place. IiE- will do all in his power to
make it pleasant for you. Hogan. ther man. x

S*nir business activity is se en fro'e!
*. hfot.el arrivals. As a rule a h '.l
*.i-~.t i :: hisjiness lari>nir. t. i

f t,.l la p c v l a in ll g o t t il i t h e i l l s, S ..

.*.i,, il \"V. L.oiiz and quite a niu -;
I. I< \eia.! ils. who t-t nd ii d ther ,' -
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STORM SUFFERERS ing the solo part in her clear soprano
The second session of !he Marion voice. From Friday's Daily:
For the benefit of the people) of County Sunday School Institute ;.as in Ihe absence of Prof. Gass and The .Marion County Sv-'.n .ii. .... .
Key %W'-st. Fla.. who are suiff-ring called to order by the temport.-y R.v. Ray of Tampa. talks were made Institute opened lasT \.ni'x .' .
Ilfrom the effects of the 1irrible and chairman. R W. H. 'olenma,. a o, thei subjects. "Teachers' Training" at the Presbyterian church.
iisstrous s;orm which visited that 1:,::() o'clock on Friday morning. anil "The Work of a Sunday School Mr. Fred Barnett of .I.t k-oni11.
icit r-cenily,. he mayor of the city in the Proesl::.-'rian church. Tile d.- in the Civic Life of a Nation." by Rev. conducted the d(.\oional \,r. .-.-
i as a ppealed to the ge.-n ral public for votional fea 'r of the (-sionl. ('on- Coleman and Dr. W. II. Dodge. re- and made a few al'propria', r. :i. k
ai'l. and tihe gove-.rnor otf tle- :ate dueled by R '\. \V. H. Co- mania ot.- spctively. on the beauty of their ll, otf otohl! r ,i.i -
ih.. ! uon tihe people to respond t l ap- Then followed ';l' regular program on the' comiple'e and entire cousecra- winning the little ones.
i, al ot hlie mayor. Iof the occasion, the principal address tion of tlihe teacher. lHe or she must Rev. \V. II. (',i. i-'. i t..
Donations being deli\x r, ld by MIr. W. H}. Miller i;,. ihorouglig y familiar with the te.X', Christiian hhuirch. \v i.s :. . lip
"-.syterian Sunday -cl:ool...$ 1", ,oft In\ rness. whio spoke on tlihe Adult I )ok-the Bible le must know the man of the nieeting.
A.\. i-. I.zlar.......... ...... . . Dep~rt i'i nt of the' Sunday School. ooks. he institutions, inodes of wor- DI)r. Dodge. pastor of the I'. -i 'e
S.iior ei- & Ch':.nbhliss. . ..... . I". liiiph.'ais was laid byh the speaker .hilp. haiacters. customs and ianinei nan church., was e'te., 1 '. i!,.eer I .
i0. i. .!;. ;. < Co. . .. . .. ".',, ; 'h'e '.act that the, modern concoe o- iif, of popl,, in ll ible times. A secretary.
). M .. ..... . ... ...u Iicn of the- S .nd 1ay school s that of special study of child pychology in a few brief remark- l:1 D)le.
';-. R. I I'd r. ...... . . . It t ll x who1,le church. adults as well as should be lien .ced in. so as to be able, we'lcolmed ithe visiti:l It I. ,aT.-
(oiii:e.'cial Hiank... . ..... li!ren. niied to( geth r in the -tidy st to set for:h the lessons that thle our city. tHe also e tiiend wi or ..
..i i '- (' i. . .. .. : .'< w\\-rd in the Sunday school. pi,ilss mI ay irasp them. Tlie, t'eachet r 1to all theI Sin,!;'i .-e.hool '.otk t. of
t. \ i . ...... i :' ti i l o aliizei !Ii"le sh;iult e' a l e r of children. a d lth il city I to the' union l in1strI '. 1.I
(, M: K:iK . .. .. -, U, <( a-s i i, Stl tll xlt id -" en:i'tii ; iot ]iiav, lto r quiiirte tlheni to learn the churches t,. io-o ;r. it. h.
S. H : L a'v '(c .. . t!. i. :lilt tiint-li'ers of tIh..' hir(h in th.,ir lessons. Thorough i ,relparalion work of lhriit'!; the yount- o ti kiniw
i :\. x alk ....... . ..'. ht workl of the' Sun.lay school. Thi. ;I tl,' ls.on iilst be nmaid by thle Ihlieir Sai\ion. III hii dt n phlil ::- upo11
I'. i '. Carroll.... . . i. I, ; c.ld.r'.ss \ ia. followe',, liy a general ,!is- TeIacher, 1ke, ing at. least one v wteetk c lie importance of i le Siihidal .htio.lI
T. .iii ( .recev... ..... .. -. _'. .., ('s.ioln ol lThe ropic. in which the' ahead of the current lesson. An hour's anil of all ihe lin fibers f it. chiir lIt
I-:. I.. ('arm y...... .... .. _.... ,* w\as ia re, x(eiihanTe of opinions as -udy before the time of lmee(tinlg is s taking an acti\, ii t rn -ti ir: ihi.
i;:n:k i:Harris... .... ..... 2.,, to th Ie it mode of securing the at- not sufficient, as the lesson cannot be work.
i .. N..-h. ......... ... .... .. '. id;ia c- of the adullt number ( of tlie mi;~, s c'l in that length of 1timn One The choir of tIhe l r'i', \ I i ..i
C i.. it ,in -r. r............. . clur !.. (;rieL......... ... . The nee1. f l. wtti r trained toa(''chers .d up ti, and birouight out clearly and profit of the evening by rtenderin g .all
:.I. .1. Ro ss . ...... .. . wa.': tr .lxy i. r 'phasize" d in t1' re- at the end of the lesson. The anthem, "G(;lory to (od in the Hiigi
F. 1.. :irr. . . iii.arks o f I:. I/l-ir. o t r phases blein_ to 2 ('ciini). ;Lp st ie i!one enthusiastical- est."
A. J. ..... . 1.1-i ;iiscuIsseI,, y iy l oilh er .speakers. Mrs. ly. Ir(on will not burn an external Owing to the absence of Mr I1..,
S\\. T. (ary. ....... ...... i....i' Van iHo, ma.;ide a stroiig ple-a for the object unless it is itself hot. The MacDonell of Tampa, Miss Nellie Sio-
Ivixter ('arn..... ..... . 1.' c* ortiianiz.a ion of Ilarac'a classes in all teacher must burn in order to inter- vens read a paper on "The Primnary
Samrn Martin........... 1' of the c-hur(hes and referred in.erest- est others. Department," in which she. brouKhl
C. Rhe'inaiour & (Co. ........ I. ic ingly to I0'e work of the' Baracca "The Work of the Sunday School in out the points that adaptation of sub.
.1. G. F. erguson ...... ... ... ....., class in the Bap'ist church of Ocala. the Civic Life of a Nation" was then ject matter to the age and intellect
.Iohn Edwards-...... ... ... ., She contended that the organized discussed by Dr. Dodge. He 'treated of the child is most important 1t4 t he
1.. \V. Dural...... ......!....ii Sunday school class must not only the subject under two heads. 1. The success of the work. TAhe teacht-r of
R. I). Fuller............ .... 1.,01 unite its members in Bible study, but work of the Sunday school. 2. The the primary department must be. ac-
F. W. Ditto....... ... .. . i .must make provision for the social civic life of a nation, and the relation quainted with child psychology. anot
C R. Ty.dings.... .. .. ..... l no life of its mnemher: that thie mem- of ihe t wo to each other. Under the thoroughly versed iin the ilbjecvt m ai-
T T. Maoldin............. !., ', be'rs of such classes must be united first hlead hel endorsed and emphasiz- ter-the Bible. One idea s.hoduld beI
1). S. Woodrow............. 1.. toIe.;h. in a Christian brotherhood., ed the. hIigh plane upon which Sunday kept in mind at all times, b-rought out
(Cs .. ........... .... .. I.. the' mnelers of which are itlually school work was placed by Mr. Cole- by illuisrations from every Ia am ind
\V. ii. rn(' ..... . . inter ste,! in ilie Ti.-ni)p ral ias well as iil, i. This work embraces the fitting practical events. This w ide i
Mls. C. 1. Carn. ........... 1 o, i. :iin! l;.nd .p-,iriinal welfare of eich of thie oul ih. womanhoodl and man- the Christian life ;is exet plii. ,1
.1 K ii . .. . ,, i er. hoc,I and old a e' ;o meet the pll- rob- 'hrisI froit chiildh1l11 d to tI ,e1iliho1,,it
lielh n .' lPasclur". .c . ... L T! n *i *\' i'>!.i' of li.enCsioin :was linits tof life .to be leaders of Tni'n. to T'ne, lessons learned ii -st !,.. ;,i -
r P. G. . i v . -. ,, !: i an'e I',,' ( ;,,;ie', lf .njoyiniE tlhe etern:ii'l re- I ,! !ip, )i hi. ,ii;in i of tlhe t h il ,| ., : | i
'Ca. ti ..... .. . . . . . ' i ' ,' i.n i:'.'. i, iii Irize. itn(o' ruti i aiil lthit pli1, i i, i a; e n i : th r n i , *
Co h .t... . . .,. ;! tle f;,i,, i ; w : The w ork of The lf, i . r! . '

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ltl\ .'. i: '. ;-'eaI i randichiili l eI

11- rTownl.ey 'o.rler ixt\i'e i t eiit'
~l'. lho s ;nd .) girls o\er !o sp1-10
F" d;i\ t|lt'ernoon with liitl-
. Ie. l.ouise Teaglie. to elebrite l her
.s\,nx h birthday. The' little folk
had a merry time playing gams' ou'
-n tilt, lI;awn and enjoyedl deliciou!s ;'
Ire, hli., 'lts

tmon i the well known out of to\vui
Marion county visitors in ithe' city on
Friday were the following: 'Mr. .lo,
iavis of Sumn:erfield. Mr. .1. l. Neely.
orf Oklawaha. Mr. Will E. Tydiine- of
Silver Springs. Mr. Joseph Lticius ,i '
I'lle-vi,-w and Mr IB R. llitc') "'


E-: l',:i;eway of l]Homosassi. Hugh!
Nichols and W. H. NMcRainey of Wild-
ocI.d. 1.1 I. Baum of Crystal River-,.
C eorge P'tleway of I.eroy. Robert .1.;
Knight of Tampa. V .E. MarTin of
Moss Bluff. .1. B. Martin of Oklawaha.
and J. W. Fant of Morriston were I
among those visiting our city Fri-;

Among the turpentine operators in!
Jac.ksonville last week attending the
annual convention are Messrs. T. C.
.!id R S. Hall and E. E. Robinson of
.. .. -_*t. tl -artin of Okin-

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01, f' Ii I";>!t of the (;! ni n:i! S.-lI., h d: "t h n d o i.;i : 1 i : : a 1; ',; or1n l ] {,j y r ies
Ic. "ll. rx hit-I w asfhi-,,Ii2 IftIi I" I"(tk" L

*'t, ,i s to who shou d r wer t lie \l o ,i ; !, of U .\ :'. < ", *. i p .!,n inin. t of- il .; de i;n tls. "ai.l which
i>;ll. hit w as lbeing ,. .] .-b eoir, e frle,| ''1 "1"i),,., ,^,ih.i -lb .i,, L ite .. *i.';. :Oi! ii w ell performed.

'me- im ',lrs ol '.-he' hci'' t t L /S: 10 1 or -'(ilu ,g An ie-r il-
li it was tquie ed and i he a nit., l s chl per- ons with tir 1 ":i:,. v,;'. to .I The 'he,-rewitih
w- ii, o with its usual ple.isan'i:el 'ss, \\'e .n ., i T,! I i ;i; c 'i : I i i I I I I which
NNt IIiu\%a mImib' ns I lit- Suinlaf iI n l

School had lee en qu.,'e',d. ( ., (ase Ie, 'o S lu mary- lat.'r',s: llir'h S.*;.-col ,.g la. a. . i- ;dt...rtto i ''Ii, ". ,, i : ,-, -- ,o. .,p. wo., 'cu hle bene' o ld there
Prod Wr.thi Burford: ;r n: l e chol o, Sun a- i :ii e! i l i i i1 o l fil ire l,.
li.llock. W .. TxydinL- and (;irli'.. ,i .u'sion w'. ; n1 ;- a ' ,.- x i'. jo:-, .. he h w;ell. ol the deIs-

. -t olen bases Iitu CIs o ,dIit, ion a:id e f-.s,- Ta- r *in- wils c II I, 'if r,, s
I-.. ,I vTie nextt sI Icl I i t nrf ,i.Tir- I.fiit-,11 r W I-,
ao nnd Ixtill 1).,,W-'i T.I.S"I II'I't'%V,+,ahi d

af trammalir Scohol--: hi,. .' Irnr I (o ltni's remirks w-,r "i ., li'- utifull atir, i w!.i,, wlin tlnd (l u. le.i th ,r is i an Issutre i

and two stolen bases and well rece 1.d, and while ap1 er-n('.i.- -" wft a' <' *. t 'i.-'l hinz : let *h- n, xr thing be our wo-
in:pi re: leffert. F. n t marked inmpntrxe,:;eni in l' a' T,. ;.:- ri''- x* : Pi'e l1 ;c'. i- clhi hall. Other r places have
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All our public buii,!ings :re now Sunday school methods, he ma',- a Ti i rp 1' ft th 1 1dni "ng < ... w-Rt -ST D.
narin completion. The' ciy narketr -rong ple'a fr rthe- family altar. ,la:ly h v id t dni INTERESTED
"rn.T "n"room. wxhe-re ,el.iiou-- rn.fre-hmentrs
has c hoolin &m let,pot".1 ox -rhau. h ed. It \,t ional Bil e. shudhv an'd a de-p n-.-
has a cement floor 1,l will i shed i'.. of spiritual life as indispensahlo iwere- served The .pIy CIple cam, ir ( ;raham. who a ren. el
us a ce ent foor d ll In erness in .1. M. ll, s a' k, fll ie O
t day. The stalls have been re- ais to true success in Sunday school to Invernes in J. a th i 'ans' meeIing, at .ive Oak.
ery da. .The stalls -. mobile. the .an at'rno)on. The.; join. ". ,, he-rs in saying that it was

arranged and otile-'r I t iir i mt t"i
on the building. The stalls will soon
be let at public cut-ry. The Masonic
Temple theater building has reached
its second story and the government
building will soon be turned over to
the postoffice authorities for occu-

Tie, afternoon session clos-
ed with a vocal solo. "I Have Redeem-
ed Thee." by Mrs. Byrne. which was
greatly t-njoyed.
Friday Night
The Marion County S. S. Institute
closed last night, after holding four
sessions. Mr. W. T. Gary. superintend-

Chronicl-, e x\rtns ronratulaionls to n ,-vex way a re-union heartily "n-
Mr. an alvn nd wishes, for ,oyed and tl, hospita!i' of the peo-
the-m a !,): gund h;appy narri. l.- ,..- was u'jotiundied. The latch string
Inverrnss chroniclee liEraily h'jnt on the outside of every
'Mr. Calvin is a brother of Mrs. 0 oo- in 'hie cit.v.
Weston of this ciy, an.d the .,ride i-
well known all over the county. be- .! :. -,_.p,- Diier, who has been
ing a daughter of on ,. of th-' moAt .:1- p..: dir' sor, tinrr in Ocala with
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Sme liquor newspapers and agita-
-r are constantly endeavoring to
--e. ot that all this fuss on the tem-
PMemm question is frtMr pjroiession-
al temperance workers. We submit
Ite following from the Anti-Saloon
YTr Book to show that many of the
todptg governors and many of our
ai thoal representatives are very em-
pbtti in their utterances on this

Governor of Ohio
-Public tentime t is reaching such
a point that when such a thing as
Saws permitting the dealing in intox-
Sttinga liquors will not be known up-
- our statute books. We may differ
a* to progress and methods, but I be-
Ulevo there is in every section a sen-
tUSet in favor of temperance and in
Savor of stopping the evils resulting
from tbe sale of intoxicating liquors."
-Covernor Harris of Ohio. i
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m= who are familiar with Its da-k-IS REMOVING THE APPENDIX A IF YOU'D BE A MAN Don't ThrOW It AwaY
secrets and comrades of its debased CRIME? A -- f t O Bne.
fraternity. Do gamblers wish to pl 0, why should the spirit of mortals Make it new. An old chair with a small can of L. & M.
their demoraliing trade among the One of the best known physicians be proud? Home Finish Varnish Stain. Any old furniture with a
young? The saloon affords them not of Boston, Dr. Charles E. Page, star- With muscle and intellect richly en- small can ofL. & M. Home Finish Varnish. A kitchen
only the shield, but brings them the ties the public ear by an unexpected dowed, .
susceptible patronage of inexperienc- announcement. We may launch out in business with floor, porch floor, with a small can of the L. & M. Home
suscetibl patonag of nexprienc aanulceenttent*. %
ed youth."-Governor Dawson ol He says that an operation for ap- Teable to cease pay- F ish Floor Paint. Old kitchen chars, benches, any old
West Virginia. pendicitis should be put in the cate- ing rent. small things with a pound or two of L. & M. Home Flniuh
gory of crimes. ut alas we must encounter new Domestic Paint. A carriage, a buggy,with about a dollar
OurGovernorof Alabamia m As fr thwdely proclaimed beni But. ill e mustenou o a worth of L. & M. Home Finish tarrina e Varnish Pln*
"Our larger towns, Birmingham, fits wbich the use of the knife in' ihilC t ouble ian ils.o payl o M F ..arri ,arn .; I''
IWieyou work like a slave toot Hm v4
Decatur, Gadsden Huntsville and Do such cases is said to produce this em- a ll your bills; I Porch furniture, lawn swings, iron railings with a wII I.
than, under prohibition, have greatly inent practitioner declares that upon Should these good Sunday Christians can of L. & M. Home Finish Porch Enamel Paint in .*.
decreased their criminal record. We investigation they fail to materialize., disagree wih the as scarce COl An old leak roof made tiht, with a can
estimate that with a few years of and in proof of his own contention he Theyd aceyor recor as scce Roof and Bridge Paint. All old things m :1 nt w
half amail. ll oldthingsniL
prohibition our penitentiaries will cites an unabridged list of fataliti .s hl a a. Ec Roo a B gi- ol hP t n *t
show a marked decrease in the nuni- which have been caused either direcrt- Then where are those idlas that burst With these little cans of L. & M. Home Finish .-
ber of their inmates. Aside from this. ly or indirectly by the keen blade of, in the soul' is trifling. Be sure to get them from MCelver & M K.f
we think our state will save several the surgeon. Those whou sole ios rating Ocala, Fla. 4
*millions a year that has hitherto gone Among the recent victims of theof lifes earnest ionncavoars. when c-----
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for liquor. This leaves a margin for operation he mentions Governor John- you've done all you can.
illicit and otber sales.-Governr B. son of Minnesota, and Clydvle Fi'v i don't suit th.' -:nas.e. y-you rf yet __----- _______----------________
SWe are 10! p tonot ;t man. o
B. Comer of Alabama. the playwright. tamau.
* \"We are not prepared to cnr-r t if \1,alin you are \ooin,. (r if title
Governor of New York nf rits of this discussion. and fame. ID. r t D f F R I
"Do not b- deceived. The peop- B-ut when the charge is made. wi '- There is that in he doln Ifar frngs
dtcoivd. Te pepl-honor or shame:
are not mocked. If it is an easy thin- ir, the ranks of ihe profession *lar *- Thei r is cr in h orin ha
'There isin er o rt-, ie in nh i
to override the law in order to pr)- fratinn- or arT-.-n-licris .'hli.)<; laying tho plan Are plaSt nn C heapes t, But W hy r
teet saloon-kh-.-per-,. some day it wi.l f r;iden i : v wiar art' oriintr'l That marks y;(u a- wtr aton Buows n
Noli it nan. teF l
be an easy thing to override the con- li n ,, :.:' yo a man. tlize Citrus Trees in te al.
slitutio nin its pro* t-Irion of irop :- W .. i; : o l In' do to Then sinct. work >i- f-ir ; :itl a

Governor of North Dakota
"We ha, had proal,j'ioitn so lone
6i North ID.ikota tha: in some c.)un-
Uf there ar- no jails. There is not
Much crime in the state."-Governor
Norke of North Dakota.

Governor of Georgia
"Over on*e hundred counties in the
aIte have had prohibition for years.
Tbey have outgrown counties simi-
lrly situated. which have permitted
the sale. There is no doubt that pro-
Mtiion is wise from an ,rcrnomic
laidpoini. The overwxQlming senti-
Sm of the white people" of Georgia
it for prohibition. and th.e law will be
"trewd -Governor Ho!l:" Smith of
Governor of Missouri
"The ural tend-ne- of which is towards law-
rkmma'ss. and *he time has come where,
tt will either run the politics of the
site or be run out of the- politics of
t state "-Governor J. W. Folk

Governor of Utal,
"It is a foregone ," nTl(CluiS'n that
tw morals of a eom.r unity are im
prove*,! by a d.creasd -hAle of strong
4drik The. r.-enies of the stat<' arn,
aecrase--l, because te'npe*-anc.' leads
to frugality and thrift. which lead to
'uepMrty accumulation by the citi-
rem' C4oernor John Cutle'" of

Governor of Michigan
"The people certainly have the
right to ,xiect officials of the coun-
ttes. whichh have voted lr to do away
with the' selling of Iq:-or. to se*, that
the liquor law is enforced. In the
evuet of violation of the law. I should
certainly take such steps as may be
eesesary to bring abont a change in
that regard. even if it made neces-
mary a change in th' ) -iolding of-
es "-Governor F '. '.\arner of
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Governor of Calorado
"When you cond -- 'he unspeaka-
h' damage which cc';: -s from the
open saloon. you cannot avoid making
bste to enact a law which will make
possible the exclusion of the open sa-
le= from those districts where the
majority of the people. are squarely
opposed to it.'-Governor Henry A.
Sb btel of Colorado.
* *
Governor of Maine
o long as I am governor of Maine
I shall oppose nullifications. shall in-
mst upon law enforcement, and so
ting as the Sturgis law remains on
our statute books and officials fail to
do heir duty. shall use that law to en-
foret, prohibition with all the power.
influence and resources at my com-
mand "--Governor W T Cobb of

Governor-Elect of Maine
'I believe in the retention and the
,.forcement of the prohibitory laws
so-called, and am opposed to any sub
sltiute which suggests or implies li
cease of the saloon "--Governor B M
F-rnald of Maine

Governor of Oklahoma
"Prohibition is argued as being aU
tfrtlngement on personal liberties. Is
there a single law in the broad length
el our land that would permit any
maa to commit suicide? If the kisses
of the wife and the clinging embraces
f your babies are to be conducive tc
almaess, then begin there in yout
smar-l for pleasure. Is the promotion
of meek pleasure as that an infringe

t on personal berties?"-Govern
or C. N. Haskell of Oklahoma.
1 0 0

ty."--4overnor Charles E. Hughes f )frin. muscle and will.
New York. Lv'r s.':.*, King Edward underwent ou must get up ar t '''iil con-'
* n ni ra;:i.n ) 'his charartt'r .-everial tract to fill
Governor of Texas '.e- ao i' l::,- been the fashion to atour tnti an sot
'"Aboutz fifty of the totally dry coun- ;u' th>' l ain'o fo'r mo-t of our trou- That their' world may l1. ics. and many of the precincts in the blis upon 'ii` appendix-and this lit- you're a maln.
others. have become so since 19.3. tI* nimmher Las been overworked. p
The effect ha- been to greatly de- Tih'- s frankly admit they r e-
crease the consumption of intoxicants cannot tell ';s what purpose it serves, Some professing Chri.-tian. a"r** -fi-is
anti the amount of crime."-Governor but let us ail a little, and out it ill disguise: I
T. M. Campbell of Texas. comes. They make friendly pr.te.ntio,.s yet
S* 1do all they can
* One purpose which it serves tin- To perfect your ruin ;n.' thw:'t p-v-
Governor of Mississippi doubtEdlly is to he!p a lo(-tor to baiy ery plan.
"The saloons, the nursery of crime, an automobile.
the fruitful soil for the germination But jesting aside., the lappendlix must I know it .'r' -. i .' ni"ck
of successive crops of drunkards andi have been intended for son- wis, And no on' will a th ; it i :.':: I'd
the worst enemy of home, wife and purpose. It belongs to our make-up. shirk:
child, should be speedily closed. I'pon When the good Lord included it And when any n i, t'.- i ,,i', e
this question. the judgment of the dry among our furnishings he did so for heun ti

i:l i.s ,,loin .
Now. 1 waInt to b hons ; adll id'.ls-
triou '. tio.
Would like to i. ki;l. oib.l:, and.
ti'tii e
And !),* Chr: i;n u n in all :i:. t.'. -' I
l.U \ o ;S 2',- ,' :' \ ,, i" ,', 1' i
1' an tian.
Thl n if'i .in .k' ,-' L 'S i'.O ild infI :,. .. n' mis-
iT h i :il" i I, l l.
T hlis truth ir n ,- ,'.i .-ili ,',i li:,"
them all.
That ti h i.. (' i-i; -:n h;. ;a.,<
I n ::i, n:; .
With triTih at tlh, bl.. .in,,d know l'i
D). F. 'H.\ALKER.

S Wood's Descriptive

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

F&rm u&nd Garden,
Grasses and Clovers,
Vetches, Alfalfa.
Seed Wheat. Oats.
Rye. Barley, etc.
Also tells all about

Vegetable & Flower Seeds
that can be planted in the fall to
advantage and profit, and about
Hyacinths, Tulips and other
Flowering Bulbs, Vetetable and
Strawberry Plants, Poultry
Supplies and Fertillzers.
Every Farmer and Gardener should
have this catalog. Itt s invaluable In
its helpftulness and suggestive ideas for
a profitable and satisfactory Farm or
G'ardmn lj*i.m ou nill tfree an

counties as to what is good within
their own borders is 'o be male equ;al-|
ly applicable to the whole sta;.. '.,
right of the majority to voice pulii.
policy is even more unquestionably
possessed by the state than by its
smaller subdivisions. and its condem- i
nation of the liquor traffic being clai:-
ly expressed, it is for us to make it
effective. Method and time are the
only q:ihstions for discusslon."-Gov-
,rnor Edr-,-jnd F Noel of Mississippi.
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Governor of North Carolina s
"A man must take a square and un- s
mistakable stand for the right or for "
the wrong, for righteousness of for i
evil. for happiness of for misery, for x
justice or for oppression. As for me.
I am heart and soul against the liquor
traffic."-Governor R. B. Glenn of
North Carolina. !
* *
Governor of Louisiana t
"Prohibition has worked well in i
those sections of the state where pop- t
ular sentiment behind the law. and :
some of the most prosperous towns 1
and parishes are those where prohibi- r
tion has prevailed for a long period I
long enough to afford fair tests of its 1
merits."-Governor Sanders of Louis- c
Governor of Florida
"I do not hesitate to say that I be-
lieve in prohibition. and if the resolu-
tion were passed and before the peo-
ple. I should favor its adoption andl
speak in its favor."-Governor N. B.
Broward of Florida.

Governor of Indiana
"I hate it othe saloon traffic) as
Abraham Lincoln hated slavery. And
as he sometimes saw in prophetic vis-
ion the end of slavery and the com-
ing of the time when the sun should
shine and the rain should fall upon
no slave in the republic. for I some-
times seem to see the end of this un-
holy traffic; the coming of 'the time
when. if it does not wholly cease to
be. it shall find no safe habitation any-
%where beneath Old Glory's stainless
stars."-Governor Hanly of Indiana.
S a
Governor of Kansas
"The law has constantly grown in
favor, and is now about as well en-
forced as any other penal statute. We
have more than a quarter of a million
young men and young women over 21
years of age who never saw a saloon.
In short. we have a higher and better
civltzation than can be found in any
state where the saloon is tolerated.'
-Governor W. E. Hoch of Kansas.

Governor of Iowa

"Public opinion in Iowa is
in favor of the enforcement
which conserve sobriety and

of laws
good or-

"All sane and sensible methods for
forming and fostering such public
opinion are approved by our people
and the Anti-Saloon League is recog-
nized as a strong factor in producing

wise reasons.
And when Dr. Page cries "halt" tc
this massacre of the appendix, we say
"AnU: n."-Georgian.


Englishman Declares That Ht Found
No Such Poor Ones Elscwhere
While on a visit to this oji'i!ry re
gently Robert H. .Jackson of Walburn
Lodge. London, had during an inter-
view occasion to criticize the condi-
ion of our highways. Mr. Jackson
said: "No country I have visited has
such poor roads as the United States.
This is surprising to me, for if there
s any improvement a nation can
make that pays for itself it is the
building of first class highways. I
spent several weeks in Indiana-at
Terre Haute-and as I am interested
largely in farming I made frequent
trips through the surrounding coun-
try. Some of the roads were six
ncbes deep in dust, and in the win-
ter. I doubt nct. this dust becomes
sludge. How the farmers can get to
market with their crops is beyond
me. Your roads wherever I have
been are generally very bad. In Eng-
land we have excellent roads, as in
other countries of Europe.
"Road building and road improve-
ment are done through the township
unit system. Nearly every township
has one or more steam rollers, and
the cost of improving the roads, or
building new ones is borne by the
property owners in proportion to the
valuation of their holdings. Most
of the modern roads of England have
a foundation of brick-not of ordi-
nary brick, but brick of large size.
Upon this foundation are placed sev-
eral inches of soil and on top of this
soil bluestone. which is ground into
the soil by means of the steam roll-
ers. This makes a first class, durable
road that will keep in good condition
during all seasons of the year. Over
here most of the roads are made by
simply turning the turf and gradifig.
At least that is how they impressed

Your cough annoys you. Keep on
hacking and tearing the delicate mem-
branes of your throat if you want o)
be annoyed. But if you want relief.
want to be cured, take Chamberlain s
Cough Remedy. Sold by all dealers. m
W. S. Branch says he is pretty well
satisfied with Florida. Last week he
received a letter from a friend in New
Mexico and another from a relative
visiting in Texas. The man in New
Mexico wrote: "The flies bother and
bite 'till I am sick and tired of their
war cry. House flies are worse here
than in any place I have ever lived.
They swarm and stick until I am driv-
en to desperation and have to quit
work. There is no water except al-
kali and I cannot drink that. Lack
of water is worse than the flies."
The relative in Texas writes, after
prospecting for a week: "Texas looks
good (on the map) but the only good
thin.r herp 4. a .......

. \ '" i a l p lhi d h booklh"t *c nIil:^ . ri :b.(.. : .
* PERTiIAZIN(G. under the title. WHY 'EwRTIL.ZE C'IT i
S THEI' FALL. li ii- (;'prepa d wirh 1i '.t eix r All,
Al our i' uili( ous. and ill prov ouf if r ) r.: .
f ti '> ii an. O 'r i5o4klets art, all fr'-.
<* \\Wri:.- i;- for tr ie- ef .JUT1I1F[:AI FKiTI i..;1.1I: .'E
* as 2ooli *;i any 1)11T th > st Thar c;n I. *h ti. ::.:
Syou TRUE QUALITY w (calln .v you ltwni-'

: Ca' on our local agent, Martin & Camn. or address

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We guarantee that it will
please you. Otherwise, it will cost
-^ you nothing!
(four) Quar Bottles of 0
No marks on package to indicate content.
It will satisfy you and do more--it wi:l ;.i:i ,,e ,
rich. smooth and palatable.
Try it, and if you are not *atitfie" l :t *
you receive the goods, send them ti k I.,ti
returned immediately. You take no chan'r-. .- .
the risk.
*Understand: an order sent to uti with th,- mn,.
quest to send you the goods for apprr:i v .- hI, ,
as evidence of your good faith and (rntm tnf'..'
We don't consider the sale made until ..,* *
then we keep the money. Otherwise. .%u r -n . ..
refund the money. WRITE FOR CUMPFT- it, i ..-
830 to 840 West BeW Stret
'rancheB also at New Orleans. La., Buffalo. N.Y.. Memphis. Tenn and Chtname- TW*
Send order to nearest Branch. Capital. -5o i.. a .
rdee: Address your letter to Dept. '. and receiveasmall novelty with n.rr *..


reqwt. write for I. I[ YOU HOMal

b Seedsmen, Richmond, Va.T -


Mercl)ant Tailoring
OCALA, FLA. Our splendid new stock is now hert.. .t.l ,. .

Finest Imported and Domes- public to call anl inspect it. There is no lian,' .i,- .. .
iw ill compare with our late styles, high *ualli .,t I 1
tic clothes Of course we could n:)t begin to enumeratv. I't lt., ,.
CUTTING A SPECIALTY but we would call your attention to the folio,%. ., .I
FITS GUARANTEED goods and prices-others in proportion.


and MAKA I


Have a full stock of Coffins (Cakets
and Burial Outfits. .oecial given t.
Burial services.
Emaklming to Order

500 to 2,000 Acres



Jute Art Square--ft12 on *')
Cotton and Wool Art Squear'e--
Ten Wire Tapegtry are.e e A
Square--g18 to WaS.
All Wool Granite **u-s: A
Squarg*--f8 to $14
Japanese Matting Art Sqwsa -*
Small Rugs to mat.h a* f te* *s,-
at reasonable prices

China Dinner Sets, $10.00 to $125.00. Ten PIC: T ci
Sets, $4.00 to $25.00. Big line of China and Porcei.a
Dinner Sets in all of the Latest Patterns.

We have Just added 5000 feet of floor i. ,d we ar .
than space, and we are a.. -

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 Squares-$22 to'
*46. (We are Ocala agents for,
these goods).



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B. Comer of Alabama. the playwright.
* \Ve are no,* prepare,! to .'];',-r t:.,
Governor of New York m,.ri',s of this discussion.
"Do nor l,,. d,+.(,,iv*-d. The peel)l,. But when the charge is !]lad,, wi'h-
are not method. It" it is an t:a&v thit, it, th,,, ranks of lhe pr,.ffe . to override the law in order to pr, .ratam< for a -:,.nli+.i:is .-'h.)i;hi i +
te( saloon-k .... per.,, some day it wi;l f,-,rlh!(h.n },:: .. v. wilut at',- orlitl' .ry
be an +as.v thing *o overrid+ rh con- t.'.i3E +l', t,, :}.:.: .'
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1Mr-. Virginia McSherry of West
Mr an Mrs. A. C. Cobb and their The Ladies Wednesday Afternoon Virgiiia was elected president of the- Ensign Robert Allen Burford, U.
l,'ti, daughter. Faneta. have gome to 1 ni:ed Daughters of the Confederacy, t
Hold-r o visit relatives Wist Club has be:nN reorganized for ". N., the oldest son of Hon. and Mrs.
Svi relaives. at : late meeting in Houston. Tex.
-- h( win*t*r season and the membe-rs TI, foilowing is a list of the other of- R. A. Burford of this city. and Miss
Mr and Mrs. Harvey Clark have er entertained at 'he trst nwer'ng icers: Amy McGraw of Boston. Mass., will
.'*.r the-ir infant daughter the uam, .Mrs. D. W. Da'.-s. Th. mnnibers First vi'.e president-general. Mrs. L.,- e married next Saturday. October
*f Fran.... I uise Clark. a I i n
;or the 'lub had a n.-r *.jyabi I" !'l et Arkansas. Ithe- thirtieth. This. announcement
f .urs.. veryon- can tell w gar;, ,-f I-f t wiTil Mr-. Da is a' .-r e pr-ident-g-n ral. M willI ( as a surprIse to the Ocala
i .,, no n SoutL Thir' i 'rt.e. Th.-: . I.. I. B'an of Texas.
'.dn.1 lHaile hails frorr-h, has thr la Ti:, .i *. ,id-nt-g.-'. Mrs.friends of the- iroom0. H1 intimate
'4 u! ;>i, lts growing in his front i3' a, h ,l.os'e of th,. aa,' tih. r-ize .. , T ',: s of Georgia. tfri nds wwere aware of the engagement
t -o. a th ig award-d to .Mrs. i;. i,!l I .. i!!- ,--retary-g.-n.ral. Mrs. bu: it was thought that the wedding

S Ii-ad.- th,- top sceor-. -Her ';'o :h, .. i.. iv, *, II of Aiabanma. ;would not take place for some time.
9, <~i ( coming to th,- Fair? Visit ,a loiw y silver bel- buhi.... ( : i. !:n, s.- rt.; ary-general. The marriage will take place quiet-
F'- l 1'-29-2t. j T.h n.embers of :Li- !.ub !.i wini- i-s !i.ld ss -f I.ouisiana. lv at the bride's home on Saturday.
ter re- 'h- follow ng, la.iio-: Mrs. I) T:'a>;::--,r-; zue ral. Mrs. C. B. Tate, There will be no invitations issued to
%4r '. L. Durisoe is as much a lover W. Dav:s Mrs. M. C. Lz'n,:.. i:s. ,: Virira. the wedding. but announcement cards
,1 W'ltily 'Possum" as lPr-sideni Taft. W\!Vlian, Anderson. Mr-. I. R And->r I. tist.-r g- ural, Mrs. James B. will be s.rn our after the ceremony.
.ti,! h- sayst. that the woods ar.- fullson. .Mrs. J. C. H. Koonc.'. Mr:. O. r nt. Misseouti. Ensign Burford's ship. the New
,t th-m. Gr+-n. Mr- B A., .Mr. W. \V 1..;-i n-eniral. Mrs. J. Endois Jersey. is stationed at Boston, and
SV. Newson:, Mrs. Edward Holitr. M:--. It,.: ., ,f Virginia. h.s marriage is the culmination of a
rt HI. Moore of Lake Weir as iD. C. Edwr-rds. Mrs. ;. R. M.Kc.-:n. .U. ;.-..; 'f ,ross of honor. Mrs. L. very pretty romance begun in that
u;. Tu*day. He says that everyo.Mrs. Charl-s R1-ina-i' r ail Mr-. tGe,. i!. Rafefs ,.f Georgia. city. For so young a man Ensign
I, 'h* lake is mourning the d.aTh ofK. Robinson. Playing with t'e club ('4u.*'i.r of flag. Mrs. F. A. Walk Burford has had a remarkable ca-
at this n,-'xing wIer". Mrs. E. T. HI- ,if \ir zni:. reer. Before he had reached his ma-
Mr. Will Nix and Mr. E. '. Mco I nston and Miss Annie Atkinson. !o,:.,.:ar president. Mrs. .I. W. joriry he had completed the four year
For b'-r parity .i' s. Dais had her Ter-ch of Flordia and Mrs. N. 1. Rin- course at the Naval Academy, and
-A# r doun from Kendrick SaTurday.
IT ther was ever any excitement home very prettily dt-ccra',t.t :rh 11; ,,' Virginia. had gone with the United States fleet
, say it i quiet eou nowhuge vases of yellow flowe, s. and in on its memorable cruise around the
.The (orter of the gran,.fa' air's ,'c- AUTOMOBILE CLUB ORGANIZED world. H- rose rapidly from a mid-
Mr Robert Neal was in from An- wa-<' :unmpkin jark-o-la;' r. rii!,:i shipman to an ensigner, and his
101.41 Tue.sday. He says hat-he rain w rs. T-. lia .--o. 'a r:':- al o fri-*nds are sure that it will not be
va- noit '-ough to settle th.. dus, idea a- (arri,-,1 out in al l-, ap- ; that an ailromioblie club has ,+ory long before he is promoted to a
s.,ar(l,.ly. and the fall truckers are in p'111intmnentt of the par::. On :' : in )('la. This means lieutenancy. Ho is a remarkably
hard line. btle after the games Lbi vIlhow a :- .Ial "' r the growth of the city bright young man, and his future is a
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with Hiallowe'en deco a'.,n..-- et -. -* l t- I'-a4-ii u
Mr Frank Hooher. who has at Mar- used aS covers. and delic,,u oral ng,- tuortunate enough
mahon onB the east coast, at the timre- ice. cake-, salted almonds and nigs '-' s car It will give
,,f ih.- gr.-at storm, is back at home. s* :ufft-d wih- c(''erries was serve.. "h ":: "-:Ya an :)!l-'ial recognition and
HI- ou.,'s ho- "does not want any more doilies and score cari-s also show-i w;'I i'c o to ihe building of better
in hb.'n the Hallowe'en idea, and in ev 'ry ".''a .!;:st think of it' Duval
--- way th. first meeting of the \V.,un-'- ounty has just voted to issue bonds
MrW Julia S. Haisley has returned ,daYv ftt-.rroon club was \rv\ delight- ir. tht- sumn of one million dollars for

honim. aft.-r several weeks delightfully ful. the ,
spent in IA'wes. Delaware. When be, ---- ,os '
arrt%-d home she had to lay aside her WILL SHOW SOME FINE STOCK ple ow
beevv wrap.I the IU
--- Mr. H. .1. Nicholls. who is now in city ii
-rv you coming to the Fair? Visit the market buying two carloads of count}
tefli s. 10-29-2t. :ort ,s and mules, writes that he will on hel
Mrp B. B. Ricker of South Lake arrive the latter part of the week Mar
w cir has sold her orange crop for one '~wth the finest lot of stock thatr ht will 1
.cllar a box on the trees. Growing or. has ever brought to Ocala. Among wvant
a**s, now is just like getting money this cargo w!ll be a few fine bugy .Jacks.
from home !and saddle horses, as well as a lot of ":aa.
t.or-ss f.or general purl-ose-s. lie lay- T .
Mr E. C. Sims of Anthony passed sp. -.ol stores o::' he .A.t tha' -: .**..
* -'''* h Ocrla Tuesday on his way to ',-. ,opos's -i:;, : *'\ :
* -'al R:\er. where he goes as a *. i-'inraliy tin. a:ii as ..n:
.I :.* a .' to the Red Level Baptist As- Th:s lo' 'f stock vil I. s;.le ,,'!
lation. A bic meeting is in ant;i i- at l, '. :.: in p:i' -;' o: x on..:-i o: I. .
pai on '- '. an!', '"hi sf in ,- *: 1 r ;tl -**: ,5 + F.- '.
: rs.-..+ h ,r' \ i:t -, '" .-i. ; i k -
\I t i. n: t ;c Dunn. one of the "oli .* :. ' -' -
S, *t Aas in Ocala Saturday. He ----------
-so- '.' '*'a is Inow as sbil and so WEEK OF PRAYER
f. r ;- (,,wn in MaiiN or Ahi. andu ;. .
T1 .i *- of bridge whii-t wvoultld TLh :-- o
. ., ,i..d is an innova itin l' r'., :. ., k
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riling or good roads. What
hat mean? It means that peo-
vning automobiles throughout
niite.l States will flock to that
n the winter time. and Duval
y will soon reap a big interest
r investment.
ion must join the procession. It
,e money richly invested. We
a good road to Tampa and to
>nville. and a good road to Day-
The organization of the auto-
i -: wi -i! be an entering
awardsds ;his end. and we ten-
) hs wh'o o,, iinated it Our
-" :-kniow't lgiglen s.
S 1n ,l.-tion is held the- follow
;. i .- ,:t!n !lh'ln will ac, as offi-
1 ;h '. >lut :
.' ; dward Ht liI,..

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very bright and promising one.
Miss McGraw is a popular member
of the young society set of Boston.
and is a bright and attractive young
girl. The only child of her parents
she has had unusual advantages, and
will be a most charming addition to
tto delightful naval circle of which
her young husband is a member.
Enstgn Burford has secured a ten
days' leave of abs.auce from his ship
and he and his bride will spend their
honeymoon in the White mountains.
Ensign Burford's friends in his boy-
hood homne hope soon to have a visit
from his and his young bride.


Onei of the pretty parties of the af-
t-rnoon was the .5 o'clock tea at
which Miss Annette Tiller entertained
a: her home en West North avenue
in honor of ber guest. Miss Alta Pear-
son. of Ocala, Fla.
Thf. home was artistic with quanti-
ties of follow chrysanthemums in the
parlors and hall. combinedd with au-
toint leaw-s. The table in the dining.
ronm had for the cent,'r decoration a
..g n pumlp in tilled with -mnal l hal-
hw..''-i shades,. anl :yellow toll,' was
,Ira, dt from the (handielier to th cor-
I '."rS it' il ,ath!i '.
li-i.- "')I1,'-- r '', i, ,'d h*r' r gu, s's
*.' : r'lig a rilo\ (.! it ,t! i *hfr go wn
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IF--I's aMI-n7. f tc %,*r...-- ROOM
S T. CHARLUS HospitaI, Quebee City.,IaGM expro-w.i.e ItsGrtafaD tO 200 0
One(~ of our olatem, who eetmmoefwd, lI)wI fLgtvr'Wl
to take Parana, bas fimproved andwill J44117f1111-1Viil "' 6004,0 101100
cotbItiuS OD #e it. Some othcti ae Vera '-
trying it also. Or. Flo. Marie, 4uporlor. W~9e can5gayI a a -WWIgdlu a i
1"'ONVNT f Ft. Laurenut, near Men- re 'ry 7t""'ks' *" w~wo d 0
%.A treal, MO41TeSHousemie Sifrs of tm b. oil Shvho___
HolyC OL Oto id ft ht- inn mv 401" 1...wbb"p
St'uam P,ri t-iFa '1 .4 ,,q. ein t--o"!eg 4
Allier using Fernm fr two or th &M N-tna .am4o o ..6 o 0
nMnihs, severnimorbeve of th" refwn- 1I1 1131'At. J-h.tnat%
muzzity have expeiriencted suoh Igm-id I y : -.'. ,s .p-
eZmls that they man recionzznmcnali it. 4 Fgs. htpyIt04 -
to otbais. 8iservi of Holy( 01v roes. y-- 1rIt- I n to oimgo
YYOSPVfAL for mneuwables N- eron@-"4' To-are.,$.Ipee ent-O be 410WI.
A1A Dae do Wjva.', nm-ar Mun treal. w, f toa-a L It.tom am rnev
NotreDaranmdo (iraee lo H pi bl orI kit In.meoriothan ?w16m hoesw.-% 9W a megsi=
MY&NRsie, havIEg nw'd Peruna for sev ar,
oral mnwths, reeomrme~nds it hililkty a. %vosana g l. 1% yw mA&h" 4
an exemikat loutc, Luibf it is witfh pk.a*. nwlmt, puil t tez.:. h* 'besir a*0040
ure that we mki oar bltimonial k the' Paran eiev'oee't 'a, C .opaf
ot-herm. I" A a 94,m v-.#.i t -1eas I; as.%&" e I
H AVIN~Gumned Pr-rnna for the pemt fiow vtnc..e nt-no'that 11 re"albi a e. 'mem"
LImonths, for our tseek and pi-mr, we *soe a knee. lHe'S.,. i'hv Srasomw I --ad~
are happy to say that it hap g&ivion up nfot wal k te'r a ','a~rl" -r CA ..w esttfb
great aati~faietion. The Sisters of thew eput oestio-rien. e tnc.,.'-PUfamew %f
Goo~d Sheptnerd, Mttrea.Ivan Uwalk a rie- rapt ev
After a conttnuo-'1 u.~& ,f the rr.'m41. -. Tlerqt-Wh Ith.-u throwAa W.4ito
this institution lhas-found nf' r.'-t- in ta..tounAk- k n- acit #- t v
Change its guod UjnIUn U ofLiie rresit-dy w*lkut'u- V I ey-atr. rnm'4p

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P1 b awd my land and half the
suM away.
oft n- Ibieid red Its stripes for-
am IM sad msaul white, the good
fther' dream.
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SW hin and my h-art beat quicker
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Sand wind-tossed. the red
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In welcoming the Confederate vet- "One touch of nature makes the New Yorkers are proud of their city -
erans to its city the Live Oak Demo- whole world kin," was the exclama- and have a right to be proud of i't. i Chas. Blood of Terracea. Fla.. has;
crat, among other things, commen't- tion of the immortal bard. And how They are proud of its parks and its la grapefruit grove of eleven acres
ed signifcantly as follows: true that is. How quick we are to wonderful buildings. They are proud which he irrigates with an artsian
"The war between the states seems weep with those that weep and re- of its mammoth hotels, its restaurants
now to belong to ancient times. Th. well. He has refused $2.'.*' tor
present generation, arrive.t s'nce Ap- joice with those that rejoice. and cafes. They are proud of its the- .
pomattox. look back to .* almost is In Ocala's great conflagration we atrical attractions and its museums this year's crop on the trnes. Now'
we, their elders, look ?irther back to lost printing office and home. and we of art. They are proud of its elevat- how does this bare statenilt of f:i-t
the earlier wars of the republic, and remember until.this dav the kindness- ed railways, its subways, the tunnels strike the inha!biants of our .,rttr:;
even to the veterans themselves,: ,t-ltp*l A verv
those terrible and heroic days are e- es w received from wholly unexpect- :ind-r its rivers antd its suspension ;,rowig st. .s' A v'ry f,, v.',- .1-,
ginning to lose the sharpness of their ,'1d sources. bridges. They are proul, of its bank-' Mr. Blood was :a genial an. i'.-* ',.
outlines and are fading into the past An almost universal opinion obtain- ing insatituIions and its wholi-sale and !v citi:zoin of [ar!ow. Fi 1: : ;..,-,
like dreams. Those veterans were that Jay Goulh was a purely sor- tepartwent stores ThA-v art- pl,'ti i ad hi.- tir)u!ol' w'h h.- 'o ,
actors in the most stupendous and mno- n ri.m as no i,..a-in \
mentous drama of modern times. did nlan and nothing could separate of iits police and tire deparFl*i ;nl s and : 'l-,1 lln t was i-ni I[' ,\ w' .-
They fought and suffered and endured him front his dollars, but when .Mem- thlt singular in'-grity of i's. cirs. 'how )to .-ilnd his in.oi:n ,I .* !
all things and alternately won and phis. T.enn.. was afflicted with a Theo are proud of i's ne" v. pa pti.s and 'imisn:. i-!:-'u. ;l:il ii.' :' :,* ,! *
lost and finally ceased the unequal great sourg he t,,''al)hed h may- ,i (.t,,tr h,'s. i;s s-,h'l its colh-g.s h' ha.- w'.' h.' ,
struggle from sheer exhaustion, and t o It ni .. 1 1 i . t - .'' it ,t P a - : .
when the end came the whole world 'or to ,iraw on hilm or t$ ,')' a day as ind i- hos:i.a-. Tha- ;s, p 'i,! of i: i il:i .. .. o '. "
stood at respectful attention in the long as Th. atflhii ,4 city n le di-idl a its i!!a-ti1ic'.lc;c as a \ ,ii',. TIl:'. st,.**- .' ,' i -: ,
presence of men who had made their; dollar. ar. prot'u o: '\' 'i\ t i':4 l,' i ;' ;i;- ,' $2 I, '.- '1' it ,',I ,i ', :r 't: ',
marvelous record and ended their ti- So far a- ,, ,r.- i., l.,n.d ail tl a. -'-aoi.ain Th;. ,. :- ; ;nr ,") : *,. :
tanic struggle with none of the shame' i o* '
or hum iliation that is so often the bit- tl 4 lt i nt't s Slit.- l P' ,ci Jay (G;oildl d ti ,iir' i, ; .- i ; '
ter portion of the vanquished. Even i: inin iailt-.! too),k '\ ii.,' a;!nd i 'w ,l,: !)- ." j' ,or" i "f ,' : .... h,.i V,,d i '. .
the enemy they had fought paid many i away: No aimoinr .'f ;" r m-t.i ient co.:!d *,-r:,i- It is u.-n- .' he f.'\ ,r'ta:n. :- "' .- ',r in it' ,t, a ;'..
a tribute to their valor. and Grani rt-' inak. is ,-li,., h:,t h. had a iad io;., i., hs t *.:!' ;i: '. ": 11* *" -
fused to march his victorious army in .'.
trium ph through the Confederate cap- Ih rt. and w (t' v'' that H len ..x'li.- i11 on' rf s lf-' :-l ;;:'': ii.,i. ha '.'-' "' "! i ::* i .. ..n
ital it had so hardly won at such fear- Gould inheriti- l i!' ..ri-nero -ilt y from i:,kln i iod( ol i ;,.t- iv'n or,' .:t! 'h' n'" .''" :'' in. '
ful cost." h,.er father. ,iloth. d T:C-..1 t in p: i.i i -i ri: ia- .ii It [), "''I. ,' r
Yes. next year will be the fiftieth It did not 'ak.- tieo calami:y lthat l 'i!iad- ipiii' don.' a:x li\ o 'r hi- ,. n i'> t';' i 4o: ';.,- ..
anniversary of Lincoln's election, and has blifallten Key W\'st to show the I.inti Has Pi' t;s!, --? \\'la uth-i f,' 'N l'1 't ''' '* r :

.-. the year following we s nall be hold- kindness of Mr. Flagler's heart. and itiy has doi..- n0 on this co .mi ,inr" ,'., !::, Li': **
PSIgAV. OCTOBER 29, 1909 ing anniversaries of the firing on the bigness of his soul. because both [r was William M. Tv.'d .'1: mad t \i
_-. _,F Port Sumter. have l)been showv nmany times before. New York's wide str:','s and Iit:t:iti- *'t h ish ,,r '. ,
lb4sterTor Broward is at the We are glad that the scars are be- hut it 1lo1-s one good to siee that he is cei parks possible. HH was doing 1L '! or:t : 'n. l-.
1111 ot a toa lit.i olsurance corpora- ing healed and all bitter memories are never happier than when lifting all this at the sam tinW:.- iat .\!Aeander ::in'"s 'hat ', i r--, i, \
oo fading away as a dream of the night. forms of distress. Sht.pard was making \VashingtIon 'ity e-vrywhr,. ;i t h- '
.... Had it not been for the politicians From the effect's of the great storm the most pictuire'sque anit beautiful in: lanldiord his i ;: i
Tw s I that eata*d poor Ferrer's -the "stay-at-homes" when fighting that recently visited our coast he was city in the country. While living both t4) all )Of rtll tit ri,:- :
1M t tbe tng hard around the was to be done-the ugly pictures by long odds the biggest sufferer. H( men were traduced and humiliated. 'th lif' of a ,go! ar!d *,' t
*-M that were enacted would have long lost not only in dollars and cents, but and no one with courage enough has lth" foar of no iai- .;-p:.,- i ,
-----_- since faded from memory. the great work that he is so anxious i yet been found to tell till' truth about ers his will or c-r'ta;'. !. -
r aFllsrr's kwe in the late Grant acted with simple greatness to see completed has been retarded. Tweed andl to giv, hinm the praise ie tof tb,. unrivaled i,-a .
Sma astimateld at more than at Appomattox. No act of his shone and it will be months longer in its so well meritel. niit-'i or rthl inrtxic.i :n: j'. I
with more resplendant grandeur. He completion. Yet in the face of his' The polities of the pr'ss o(f New; mate- that (;od viuch-if- .
1- -refused to humiliate his great antag- own calamities he wires to George W. York are the most rotten in this coIun- )la'ce in equal di.-r-' I '. ,
est t Ta? ill not have a dry onist. Allen the following dispatch: try. Beli-ving that a majority of the ing the.i" 'hines. if I I ,:,* ,
l b I Ha aznah. w.e*ss, of course, ^The captains of antiquity had set "Please present an appreciation of rich of the (itv are republicans the i'r place, than lir,. an-i i k
be e- hat ktd.-Atlanta Jour- a different example. They had exhib- my sincere sympathy to Mayor Fogar- are always toadin o them kissing I no h. p f
tv and the officials of Key West. andadying i if h
ited their captives in cages in their 01raw on me at sight for funds to re- their shoe' lat.he'*ts or perfor.ninig any ticket, I' Co:rn !t, ,
SMTrsar. of War Dickinson has triumphal marches through their prin lieve suffering there." other service TO criry favor with tie'" between 'i'r. ; ,,
SeM |P.* M*-ad*- the handsomest es- cipal ties. It will be seen that he places no them. Bl3ieving tha: a scandal about row
ti M i.h.- -,'uth ftr $41.000.O to Mr. Lee. too. set a sublime example. Ht limit to the amount-)r. rather. it is Tammany is a sweet, morsel t,) titmi. Th", writ,-" x\a.- i 't .a
S0 L'ak* aM Na\sh'ill. capitalist, scoffed at all offers to use his name only limited by the amount of suffer- they feo d thi-il r-,gulariv on ill sort n!'- l'r!t w'til!i.t i -i.. .. .
for the exploitation of anything look- ing. of iimaginary Tanimnauy scandals. tif i! Iak.-. an. .c'. '- / -.
Tw R'r-.. fa a Tribune- Herald ing like commercialism. He began In additinn to tie ah o\h dlispi ati h T!heyt lav h]a ; d aTi)ie Taoll;:i:!i .)i) T 1Ii' nll t, t ; ,n'".: *,
is ihta ''. dil.,t rats ought to"get immediately to "beat his sword into a he- also senit the follow-ing: lersist,'ntly an, igo',iislv !;. ''i, :'V' 'i r: ** i .
I a w -,' *aid -'**.a tre ,'r." if for no pruning hook." and started on his ca- "Hlon. ;eo. \V. Allen: Mlr. iH. Wal- are ,x\en gettin; so, ',' --i)' hi.v .!.).- ,i' 1' ".:: ',li i,
le,-' rra--,n 'hatii to keep from be- reer as an instructor of :he yolut h of t 'rs I .\tlanic Co( asT Lin i) joins inli crai s is n N.'\w York -( t -' ;i a i:!- a *4- ,i, '- -,
t, ....en. "the land. coulnselinzg all the while th. at oiizig t & t. to trailer thi, t t ss. 4or,:g-i- :--d .,:',li n, -
l >- t, t h .f)r i,) m I'Po rt Tanpa an,! .Mianii fri e of ,''
restoraiion of ooi t'eeling b. \,..' hair, supplies no(e.-sry ito reeliv' cent organization.
Thi i,' w n Hanila i, L I.i\"e Oak has tilt, sec'i'tis. '*-riii in K yv \W'.-s. M. Flagi' i,,!Put Thi. ;ii vo r ,i:- t : '. '
p -er L- $1 '. ....... .t the $2(l'.oi" It is a a :'eat pity that thl' e' X:IP t' i H.- al:s ) v.irr.-l th, officials olf t pla--.. Thii ' I ," N. \ Yor'k 1 :' .. {
arm *l -.'n'tl lls tue il by the lh o h of ih s- t 0o gr'a chieftains- th. 'n 'lo i.:'a E.'t Coa.r lin.' to itransp r'l ni.i \ s):;'..-r :tlil' !. l'-i -< n. ,:1 i i ::". T.
i w l ....'-. of Sit.i lt.*.-' couint. It tra l igures. in th ar ti'anie s'r: ': a l s;'pl"'- for TSI. sui'f.--te s. h thI r ,h r '. :; ::i ,'iu' T- .IIP !! .'. ,in !i '- ..
ti a tal ; ; ain th. Live Oak had no' ht-.n followed Had i hI. .-n. ,t h, a' n i ia.nt o', k-\ s. fr -. ', n:.' i '.. -
r a-i ,, *' ', how much b)itt4iness would Lav,. i,< 1'.v n:, t, *'. iv,'l wi~'i a bio. LET THE SOUTH STOP CHASING ., \ ,..,, ,: i
-- avoided, and how much i.:i i i tl ,it' d :;! .-:- sduil than Henry 1. RAINBOWS it. :nt i,.. ; i-'- :,
Th i i lI 'a )i>r,,a show was the \ ,ould havc. l,.'en for all,rni.,-il i!-. a-..i i; 'akes calanii:i..s lik.- 'i- ,a, h ,' i'- i .
t* -' 'ed ti -a C. sS. The hand- Xfter tift y ears let us rejoice that ,t! a' lhic!, ihas just overtak e yn K..y TLtr a' lnlithss !n<, :;' i- in
-o ..-* *.1: 1oiiu 'tin made it so. its bitter memories have failed away \e-' to souinfi their :-'.at depth:'.. .'-. sou-h fr ill' ii.vtt,.-in,' ,., .'ry WILLFUL NEGLECT
T ***inl ti thath The h or es. and leot u l, now consecrate, ouirselv--s W\V' a' si.cer' ly glad that this gin- surplus dollar of i; ,"apiilal. S ,r ati -
.I. I*. 01 ,'- t .f atlrn.t'ionti to the high i rpu os of making "'p'-act ,.'raio)n ha;s ix n bIrh to such en. h. ,,, th ,, pp t.. n t 1 s, th ," ,
mnore renowned than war." b for w,, knoh that til. wori wil anti .. .I i .
w' -* i., i .=r- -t l I,,,lie 1 that L .t us work to make our cIwintry t i ''iss ,i t their exanimpe .ust il to o 1 n.'ii,
ils-flm ith.coni examt,) ral\ capital ft'. -( )i hi",
<^ ,.,,, .r.'d t. li, th pol',. and worthy tile place it occupies among e sek to iraw capial tI o'iH' It :s to '4 I
Sa*-- 1. h t,.::ht, of 1oun t74c- the na ions of the earth. W HAT BLOUNT SAYS stiols to l i l t its air o tt, ahotit t hose I' .d t, .,
Kta. Th,. .h-tor outiv ht now to go _____ n ties. Why should sl r- i our o. ..
toe in> Mtara' and f'echl back with ONE RECRUIT. BUT AN ABLE ONE Hon W\. \ Blount r'tutrned i Pn fore. evn tor a nliin-'ntr given tto.ids-, the trys!teriois ha: !', '' .
b i -4ti. h ie 'hl- init r of th'- or. ra-'ion to any siilgl st(ion of iniestin,, for! it is not ttru.
Wellll~~~~~~ .( ," n f h. r.sacola Sa lirday from an ,xtt-nled its ari-earted llOne i ti i111 '' -. t
The Tampa Tribune. although lprint- i hard-earned money in an nn1 wold b nd ,: ,
li .t-r th rtlt. ',i. ', () la Banner -ed at one. of the seaport cities. is de- tour of th-'- st:,t and wheni seen a stary real ,s-atf v.'ntrtll' i' n \\ashiig- ha ', th*liar tihis), who, I ,t.. .
**e e.*- <* l .; i. i l bI hrrears a nan inntatdivte fof the the railenig News toiln ptromottud on thie ground tia a thao s vr. r "d f: .i -i,,i ,, N-i .
* iL I ': i. i. als pe rsonal iTv of f:iht rat is fr all points in this mlorlninlg express himself as big office building th!.Te. claine,d to Th ns t: i it.,. .
th. I, V. .. L ': ,, p. rsonai' it'--: of fKansih. Forida It ais th onlp n.iwspapors in highly graTiri 1 with the reception ac- lie for th, purpose of being ith, h'a- and x-. f o i .ul
<*'. J* -- .' *:. 1 ;i t of Katsaou Florida Itanatis-th f( ont '; s rapI)ort corlded hi, candidacy ilin hose sec- quarters of a so-called '-Sout li 'nt' Tl, ,aus,. ,,' f all thi -: -. I. -
41,o044t4. t. 41 4w1. i thi 'ouqtle flo i .'i In '?,pot t to'i i 'orftal'','n --s .h.o i wh"i(,' lie. ri ist:e: '
w .... --s--Palatka i:y that is doing. so. All praise Tion- of 11 stat which lie visited. Comm-rcial Con ris,.' wouil ns -ist ,.- i ni right .i-n :
* tu.p shov rel upon thl.' TribuneV i r A '. Blollit lft Pensacola about i in the ie.,'lopini.nt oi f h so-.h" I, is ,il ,,itr ro4)Xn anl is l !t, : .. .
The Tribune says hat th, rate t'vo w\"'ks ago, and stopp l in DeFu-i difficult to it!i).ne a i iore it-iona; a;ni rvisioi, of ',, ,,
., .i,, , 'n,, T.,xa l'ost w it.- plap' front' n New Yor, k to .I:-ck- tiiak,.. Ja'kson tllit'. (ainestille, Ocala. scheme. If \\-ashini'on r'.:; '.st>at.- \V.-- iv,, ,all,.- r0.. Ia'' ,
, '* *1 iii el ;.;l s." stvil' is 1 e i ,s T).-r lhun '-Td. Froi I Tam pa. For't l, v,'rs. A'cadia and Bar- i men ar looking f'; in' stirs .: ; iivn ; o' i!'. i -
* .. .. ...* in lio -' -:i. New Y,- *n Tampa it is '.. .::'f pi w Hi aiis ) sto ,'li'd in J.acksonvli of their ,' ,'a'rpri', wh noIi' : p .; t t '
iak, t ;..*- **, '-it liok l!i'ki a hundredd. on his 'vay lihoinu-e. moia. y a' liont \. 4\ : t,!,. t ;.,; -Ii;ti' ;t of ,. ,v .. .
a '- ', ,'- Ti'.. roinark is Th -iini : of this lapt'- '-o; "' folu d Tl-hlt I was Ilot ulklnown great nillionaire- h. ll ..- ., -, a ', ;,,; ii ,T" % ', ') ;
* "--. '.. ;- .a compltlimhnT. N,'w, Yoik to Tanpa via .taks.ui- : in the r :- s( t i, of the sar. i sta I ant *:nd i:d .
cil 4. : r.e1 x l p -,t. d r. lrIor !igh 4 C ala. PO|, satd M11 i'. IlhIii. "an! I ,c',n inuallv- \W ashiin t. it,,.. ; .!i- , 'f r ; t , s,,.* ; -- .
t, Tr.'' nt kno' u if o : t whoa, j,'a' h .- f, \h' ''t. it, t 1,:n a'' i.i --'t '- -'n: ". .,oi. :I -.' '\ v, i i ":,t .
-Ai pol :-li 'ltill -4 ,
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*1 1 't '4'.' ,lT hi- pap! u tnt a l ; :i : i in adm- ., i ; , i 4 ' 4' n mf

S- ii.! upo l'n,,s= '' t u In t. \ : ;; ,: it t '' \' .. . c 'h .' .r . " i -. 4. -. ,
....ItwSit'ttA.- th. t t It ''''" i 'A ; ,' ', '

The '. : l.'.- 'h-">,l do es fight against cha le slal ver'- i:incipal 't. ade w)ho ha"i offered to tion o: ousid peoi e .t i" .'', t ". " "' "" '
,h i n o, .. o t, c pa -' I "!, ; w :-',hho wi 1o;.t t .;. '. .ho th,- i! .lI ni -. If a r. t t I" .
ill, ., .,I- ., N,' i x\ ip t-t*txi 1,) d (,w,s n !it, h,: t.I i h .I t.:. a4,;tfa' th s \ii or,,!'1111f il ci! .n ti )!i o t:d ]' t, -'~ 1T ) I' .l I [i,;] \ ~ Iiii ,

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SCOTT & gOWNS -"SPoor I to-.

S ' ' e how long the igi h, d h to l h ': a o h. !
kept up agait the doctrine of the Piin. H s'aTe Tha' h VVoul1 n-$1, to spar for t h- b fi of i WANTED TO SEE A SCRAP

divine right of kings." r trnor-south. let him put it into s o
I. N ,1'ing. t, tp-. .' See how long the fight had, to be 1 niza tio in vry cou of th : nl' r:aking for th. l-rtter'n..t of hL- Ho S..i. H11ilir o ,f ala'k I
1n- -.. .. 1f: tirst ot- kept uip over such an apparent sim-stla', alld tllat he an his fie own community, for .h inro nnoun<.d ra: 1, ill no, !. i -
car ..... 'tr- lef tfng as the pound of the iart wouldl l leave no st one i utur'll in of roads or S....d issut car- If such a doctrine wtre to pvail. their efforts to Inake him a U nitd tenance of his local pap.'s. which, at-i ,;is. This will O 1 p1' asi
.e. t: ist c such. a doctrine w e to p ail Stat s senator.-Pensacola Nws. Oc- wayss doing more than share neV.s to the mand of It )k
N' , i a\ ed lWith imen sai that ite would upset a de re rober If,. 'Of pulii(c-sldrit,d tiillai, work. or hi-. ni l'-man r hroui.hout. the,- sat-, w. i ,k

Ut . n szens liked higion of the Bible and all mankind of public-spirid unpaid work. or hii n- l"an throughout th snit.t wL'it'e' '
I' a lec ion wa tilu d go t ,lamnation. so in rush- The produce: of the Sunnvbrook To- tlcal h)sine oraniza in-. in o,. wan, to is a nal i t rt rnl.
Sin t n e" is ata inst -uch an unsrip-hbacco Compans o lantteion- that by acconplihr.n, 'hinis at hon,' cot'es' )b.-'won he an'i FraInk C'lark.
.1 i nd 1oi,, insi:.ainu:-! dt'rine. and millions of liesla.t City has sold for $.7 and $2 -a moe favorable inmr onm a wo ablet -nin t, s-
-I M0 N11 ota nor bond' its- B ci c pert pound. t is gronn, und[mr shade upon n of -n y a cpi- nd i isrict-Tallahas,. T't ,. D.m-
Via aonerodis- Buti' praildandi noI)-!and is sai, to be as excellent in all oima'.- eope ,oi'ax thi staion
Prevailed ad it dit n up- and is said to b tal. who maYblo. drawn by sf-in- lo- ocra!
$n, t-, to e h been o te, -I st t 'he religion of the Bible. eith :- resp'c as the g'ntihle Su nmatrat leaf. l i i,!,,.,7 ,,.m.. m.... ..
, W art to i ,' paved iith So this inequality in freight raes.T .T.... oi in oin i n t-0 ....



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A Wh tribute to the work of the
Ite Job O. LaPFoaUtsee of Jackson-
lB. who, with Asa L. Brower, con-
d*-ted the government's thorough-go-
Ma study of the naval stores indus-
try last year. was paid by R. S. Kel-
4ipn. assistant forester in charge of
fr,.*t statistics of the United States
for-it iw-rvtce. in his speech at the an-
rual r Sr;,',,r Assoriaiion in Jacksonviill
f*il lV,*n,.sday Assistant ForcstF-r

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So; ih" ea-'. un: ;n. i *] .a LITTLE WONG JOE'S CASE .
,. ,h'ron, 'ow. n in :;o ;
,, 'h,' ,h adt lit'is~t at t ai l, s:"l.. ' n t _.___
toll ro n i tlcl1 1 1v il 1 0 '
0 1 h :< lii Ilk.1it:
'II han th !' O ofan l -A Tal a n nbo l
k o f I kh I 1a1. a r < I l k 'I '.t .".. a !n ." : '
atV \ , i i l t r 'l l l iv 'l olf i s t l h - ,l' nI;. "E W M A S H O M E t "
,, i, < i ,!i. u s v n ~ l o a ^ ; :- . ..- t : a n ~t .' a l< '.j t* .* i t i ". :, , J : , :, ,: :.n, .; .... ... . : .!'" .,* , ,. t ,- .i ,,,* ," :* ~ "t

e h ;. th,;. i n t w o r oil who .ls;. hc ,, .i: ....e. 1 @ >n r I . i . : I >- : L no li'a IrII ** 1 ; *2)l- r-:;i
I;ll' o'tlt, i t .v k1- 1 I s .<.t* ,o;; ll ..;i :;- n i :. ^; '* .;" oi f ''
r l c, n i] t I!h il < l 'i t '^ "-' :f:a ,t ,tr l ,\ ~ l .. ii ,: i ' : L ;LI ),to-.'-, -n ^ t l . *"**; ;- tr li r Siti 'i ':, l i .: ;' t ; ^+ll,,!:l - 7 1 .
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,ho!%. u 0 ho f Fel -;iou 1t fl 0-1 ;10 l.:(1. 'A, n Th THE WOMAN'S HOME
lt ,.. ;a...t htiHH oft ilt \\I'f'1'1, llhl;' t' '"*l" "1 .^l ^ *'^ .* :i~ -- S^ :-'. i- 3 "' "' '*.^- l. t;" i;O,^ ;,;,.;, ;. n,; l i, ... .:+ ;i. \lit,. ,r S --

sola t ion 1ou yourself u ill need in 1 ion i T;:. ; h '.I p TPai ,"ouri ',. i, '
tin of at ictio : a t h 0 has on :' i'a ufi ca.J :. for h e, a'n 're r li .'; A. -r :-a ; ::i . 1.. ! -i So1. of on co n im ora:-s : ^^ Car hr are v Chin-se .hii -ck I li n r 0 ant M 0.n3 fk-Sin n
I~~ ~ ;;o in 1 u1 ,;o h ethe^lur 31:- -an .^ are in hi secTion of the coun;:'v. .i-:;: L';i- a resi ;-;^ paint-.: with
THE DESPOTISM OF THE PRESS h has jus: he,, trta't.- *' ; 1, t, a ,,r.ced.-i i is involv,,i and it 'o: a: oTh-rs. ICs 1.:a! a in, Ox-
___ _....ra".i lboinct \was a ';;artyr o" a sh.l se't. 1" Dro!,'Iri\. !I. "i- ie.' i"n i1 with W hite L-ai which



(Written for the Ocala Banner.)
The summer, erst so fair-so filled
with life--
Is passing, passing fast. I closed my
If so I might forget that nature's
Her dearest season-must so sure de-
It seemed the sky now glowed with
I'nwonted. as-, though in pity wouldd
Tl',- soni'.)rou- scen,.


Newspapers don't trouble over each
other to give thick and thin advocacy
to the cause of their favorites for of-
fice as in the good old days of "great
men" and their "organs," and now
wisely permit the office-seekers to
bustle for themselves, at least up to
the point of nomination. Here in
Florida we have a mighty fine bunch
of gentlemen entered for the senator
lal race. but if any one of them is
equipped with an organ, or even a organ thus far we haven't oni



Two months ago Charles Wither-
spoon of Trenton, N. J.. went to sleep
and he has been snoozing away ever
since. "The doctors," says the news
dispatch, "are puzzled."
From Chester, Pa., comes the news:
"A peculiar fever is puzzling the phy-
sicians of 'this city."
Miss Sallie Sterner of Pottsville.
Pa.. has suddenly regained the speech
she lost five years ago. "Physicians.
puzzled by the loss of articulation.
are still more mystified over the lat-
est dl-velopments."
Pi'ty the poor doctor. His row is
a hard one. Ht. is a: the heck and
call of all the ailing. He is the slave
o)f the t- -lphon'. 'he servant of the
door bell. the olidient attnil.nt upon
hysI'ri,. had ;iniper and scratched
inr r Ai*'i.. .\n i in tho" in-ervals ,betw een
l; i.-'.'s. in t:o f w qi:,.t hlunllrts of
k'.,, offic'. in !il- still hours of tht
di-i r. his unrf:i'.-,imI !.,r:aii st-,-hes and
chiurnis i Vlin tffor' To catch tihe an-
>v:." o, i) t o nlt-- plzz,' \Vhi h refuses
to b" nedi,':;h Tilhe nio\emn nts of'
I llh, hlr.s. Jh!" <'o i TposiTio1 an.d b,-
havor of lailtey's conimet. the final oul-
cm1 of lh' w\vorld's series. are no
mor, mynstvriovs 1o the phystcin than
Th- irVason why .Jim Jones funny bone
is p-rio-iically thrown out of joint, or
Bessie Bunn suffers fromni rheumatism
only when there are dishes to wash.
The profession certainly is in a sad
way-and not the least, of i'ts afflic-
tions is a stock phrase of the newspa-
per reporters.


Great. deeds compel regard. The
world crowns its dloers. That's why
the American people have crowned
Dr. Kin-'s New Discovery. the king of
Throat and Lung Remedies. Every
atom is a health force. It kills germn-
and colds and la grippe vanish. It
heals cough-racked membranes and
coupling stops. Sore, inflamed bron-
chial tubes and lungs are cured and
lihmorrhages c Black Jack. N. C., writes: "It cured
me of Iilng trouble,. pronounced hopt-
loss hy all doctorss" ;i5c. and $1. Tri-
l al imo'il, frf,,. Giiarnateed by Tydings
& Co. in

Kllhtox said:
\looth,.r w#',-|t toward increasing
o, '(r i,, .i-., ic of the naval s ,ore. in-
*l- ia- tak'l-i when, at tfhe i:-
',:.' ',f S'inator Taliaf-r'-,. : au-
r .' wi : approp.-iation hi'l :o; 1:
t -, .I *\ ;i "i' nin- July i. i:,',* .
i,',. ,i,,i '.".",, for an ihnm ir int,)
* -t:n' ion oii f for-t ts i,' .- : : -
,0 :,ri -if ;i* rp**:;.in--. 1 and ro in an i
: .. .* "- in,' at; -Ti <;'i-,r:,.
To arrayy out the provision> ot S,-:i-
Tahl af-rros al'tKndon 'er. il, ftir
-*i.. ,ii -tail-d to h,' ta.",t .;1i .
.I I.aFl on' is.-- of .1 (k., i' l,.
ri:,l 11: .-a Li. Brower. a grad ato- oft
It, -Ohool of forestry of the Univer-
itT of. Michigan. With Mr. LaFoni-
- *... ,-tn-rgy and sterling qualitit-. you
s* t*. acrquain't4d even better that.
*.r.- ** ill :h*- forest service. \W e
sh,, %orko-d with him sincerely re-j
grr-, %lth you his untimely death, and I
*s* .ooth relaize full well the real loss
whuih it brought to the naval stores
' Mr. laFontisee and Mr. Brower
tral*ve d through every part of the
s)oruh. gathering statistics of produc-
tion. and making a careful study of
th,- long leaf pine forests. The facts
which they secured and the conclu-
sions which they reached give most
aluable information upon the pre.--
**n' satu-u of the industry."



-served i. The state% papers extend to Thon. silently mergedd,
srved i. Thei sla, papers x-nd to. spirit whlence i could not tell. His
them all a charming but p*.r-; hain'
n:it thni to do th-tr own campaign \A torch suiiportd(l. Holding it aloft
i;! without e.,torial .-ralds to truri- Towarn ii-a\'n, all flaming now twas
;. ** pra:>..sF. I- mnav ie diffe:-.nt ,n tir ; .
m ay :ff \\ it h noise -ss sp,- ,.i so swift his
a.;'r on. iii' "he lad\ -ike condi(u of" furi' was lhsr.
, .- s -:, o;i;;l c.;iilp;l .r' 11 ',, ,la' !'The for, travrse,, he. hi ,irirhrt
S,::l, i a .; *I: ia io I liht w.clh d
.:( o-,F ,\ ( .. .i .. T '.., i i, kt ." oa or sum arc i. t en
. r.Th'. .i h :..: .- w which n, l.s ,,,{ i inl-
I' O)a; l n'.oc'a'. I, clow,
-- CIo tl1,- _-*r ';.4i nt!"h' wa"m hl os-

K:!,.I: :ri;,): ", h "r,.-. and ,.v,-ry low ly
-ryiI( y
S t I'l 5>oind hit v.- r-wid'1ninS
\ -;.>* i J: ; '<.rtl snch :tManwis as
r:\al'-i t1 hos
Of ,lo.- sun-tir-.! he:ti'ns. Ar. oind. and
:i:.. .\nd in. ;i l Ion( Ies consuming
nound--hfrp' rlJ.,
Th-r-. y ,l!ow, till my dazzled sight
was tTh-all-I
[- the panoraoamna's gorgeous *-randleur.
Tht-re wt r" wh.n ,-fnlllnt skies heir
radiancet sent
So low. it 'en appeared to earthward
As though would meet the conflagra-
tion vast
W-.ich lightt-d up the forest. The last
gre>,n leaf
Had fed the flames. At my feet the
grass lay shriveled.
The blazo was spent.
Now the low clouds assumeI
A solbdr hi,. like that of asihes-gray.
A chill wind fll anow on trees, and

( ; ila F li = -',. i:"':, !
T3", ';*" Edl;;" "r I) atiii "
"Hurrih for !.;v Oak'! w: \ all
C .t uld l.' ; in our i't.'i ).r aii '
.bay. ,, wr ia 1. b*st .anl, hi ;n Tas-
ri -unioii t eat i he. F''! ii.a ,ii, s:,n, t**,.r !
had. I
('onmniit'f,'s aif e\,rv ';:aini and as-1

sia.,l Ius honmes.

Th- sl'tr ts wert-

lined with tine horses an- carriage.'-..
and we w-re informed that they were
therI- for oil- use and any of !ltnl
would take us to and from our homes
whenever we wanted to use them.
Every house in th,- city was thrown
wide open and everything that heart
could wish for was plrovidled. Colonel
Tyson certainly kn,-w his backing
when he invited the comman,1 to Live
That grand ohl Roman. \-tra: and
gentleman. John C'. Davan;tI. was lect-
*#d major-general, and the, ,arad,. w\as

headed with a brass band an,; nine Their iinih to shiveOr: then with
HOW THEY FARM IN GEORGIA hundre-d school children moaning sighs.
Thurs:!ay nihlh lhe Dialte el. Th, windl d,-sending. swept along the
1:. a .hort talk Wednesday- with tr.aine,,l us at th,. audito wi ,hat file he air with, .
1 11111'!y1% .--\\: lhw fif dl it, h air with ,
1' C Denmniark he expressed tihe dressesse. sol.s anild riiani.)s sound(
:i*,,: ion that the hug crop in B-ook. 1 which wt ro grand beyond desri, ,n., l.ik ater \iL.'! Then I knew
4 o, !i- -his year wou ,!d be full\ "'-, per \W he1 n i .a 1 Tsted iL:A wf l....
. .* -r ,ie ,r thai: for any pr % iot us n a i ;, [ ,i ()k, o; l i p.r!i;," !. 'a.ii 1> T l i 't ; -
.01.- -.- 1~ cl ol! ,...

'*.. M'i iy larn 'ers a'e mlVin- l o-s j .(; liA !! ;rwii r T:\Ilr cou",niy. ,n'" aiu< ,,I a ,,: ,,e ,.r :i ,,. \i,.:,,! .\ ,: ... i.o:l <,r (.irbut '-e n .T... ,- t .a0 .-;!i- Fall Suit problems for you to your entire sa. i tl i t.n ri
. .,, >. .,. bxr *ec ni. .> iir ;n- .: ,- : .' .- r d. or *< fall ;ii 'ink ful ., ;i,, ; r : ..; e*i.>e 0 100C1osing Suit is. er' e;s- at this w ri--nn .
', *.:" !..rlae pill,'a; <'"top. an,! ifur ,;...i" (', ,.. ,',. '',.all: ;uld i, ::,; ;i. ," "*l^ *" -^"**l" ^ '1 ",1-^ ,, ,,.,,,.; ,, A.",'r \v ir,. of !La"r tf "; f .e B ET..I......,. m .i
' '. !,) : i n O ; T r o j ,.1., 1, ,1 n i i e l ; i } H r I" Later so i,. of the BN ( S w ill ,, mil"-i-i

.-', a t ': T c 0idi 1it 1' an.iT I'. ..!!l ..1 i,, !i *l l *;il, i: -\ '^ ; "l!i e, n 'l' .a' :,n' i ici. i.' , ;,!)ly.: i.
,t W.H.T f dollas will cOM, :.,te .i',, co,,;.,'i.,t *:nsR, ,: .,*- whiteT E ROSI. ; ,,, .\ ,,],a , i ,,,, .n>;.... '.THil"G L O E
1 ... ::.: nt \ \ : 0e:ir to, .:" .., ,," n,, ,-, ,, ti( :i s ', i ;" W H A T !S H Y O M E I' i iTH: (' ri ,Ei<. -iS'. ,' 1.: ;v .h ',
I:-, ..,i,-,imnt.y ha:is anI.-1 .bf. Q!: A' -!.,,,-,t u\.ti., f,,r ;, H ,!'*,:- _\: a- _, 1i d < *, uic ,: \' I, I ,' ;-, : T H E U N D E R S E L L IN G 8 T O IR t i '. !. a
t: ,. .:i, F r e' P rI -s n ,.,. F:*..* ., Till, ie o<'e. s. w l. a ,.ld .<,h Y ou H ave H heard A bout the C atarrh : .! 1 lan, .\ i' : ^ ,':
-o--io ,. of ill' "-ik .l ''" ;,,,l'e 11 : j Cure the Postoffice Drug Store 'r* s '!:.;' !h i. i'hii";i l i- llv
". S. "i M1 et e" c:it;Ie da i\\,. ,ll, ,i > ,,;.1 '.. tie;l; ,;!'a ;:i ',Id s.e;'-t i':,.. G guarantees j :lr' ed i' a:. ;nd ile i *- ; - -- -- -- i, l.-,...I
V la. T;eda. aft- r.his ;au-h y wu no good in Live Oak | .i is wonderful ani:.eti,-. i ,. .\ soon is a sligh, .avi:. :- ANOTHER CONSPIRACY w. think it only i rui. .. i. *
," 1'1-- Mary w\ o hai n on :a F-,r ,ears I ii ;:;'. ,, .h ,: in, in ; n i.! n po, ,.T- ii h ir rotup:l1 detrtys i onw' r,' th, el;w''ri! is ..iiv-- pathy and sMilupport r, i \....r, i,,Ii
iw,, we.,k- vi; here to the faw.ily of fl like ilak o ;a :i: ::'- j l.. .i i:, ,< a<;ion on he i1- i!:us:.! .. '-i 'v of a simll!, ai" s- A few ot the friends of ex-Governor ar and Bouiit. Ihn i *
S tri, Salae.:nt 1! Ita in t ,le here .1 M ener; i.n cite.i ltBr a;;i f i ,of[i-o n.W...,Bnlounte is exren l so in an i ly- Browa alI of lion. A. ount are i e thtt, iit S.. ', r 1. .'. ",,
1,, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ti. a i.,ii V .lt *lt % X t- i ." t!lo +ill ai' I, f;, l' i ~ i' C ull.- 11 1 1,. I',At' l, I l't'llt'ly Sol)11i fhi gL
,,.. :n!,i* it coll enienI to i-it in- -o.ld r i..'" ati i lie -oone" w, did. ,,la it h,. alin I; r,.ei.,\l. :,.tar!h in I' i! an *i' 11 d.i i t. 1 o r h"' h'y' i ci irculating *i chliarge rliat Senatorm guilty as ,har ,.d ,a ;... g
N,.=., oih',, and we ,were c rain .ly \went : ,i- L. al!, go! ,it of "h ie mii;',s. ; Icu'es in a -1 weeka,',-. Ii sl(Jil ll ,'tl ;tel '. a+, *",''r (on, ti- Taliaferro is the ins tigator and chief i. a pretty reso, r., flil ,, ,,.see
l.,! ', se., a patroni who had Ihe, a ,ay h. lI.tter ihey wou!, like it. ,,- m ,ia\on\,y l>c,, n ' I "iltice of ti"lycrii the iTvity of a conspiracy. having for its object. politician, and well *.,,,, .. .
. ,kl ,-, ader of the Nugl el for \many T;:e;etY e. ne,\'r \wo a yiinliln to! i ; i e" "'caly[) s i wi'll h minini of the defeat those two gentlemen in cure advantage r
, :t:- The geentlemnan is th; v a-s old |' ,l ;,i(.a e, t a; I -wa-. m:e. an: d in aill ,t a d,| e, ',I, ptol t.ken roni the e',i,'a- \s, '" ,i. :' a y si Ipl" dr,..sin<.. T" n"t'x rV primaries, in which they t friten1,s. !h!. r e,,erl1.v '.: i r
L. --4i' , 1 4 : W T(d ht O f t 11 0 -l",,4 T. 1 1 r, f al r q d y c a n d li l a t e + s f o r t h e l n i l i l i L n l a l i \ i 1 i , t .
i :..Irn r and has a stack of a on i poli al i iis di -ly f f inland iu1 !raiia. laro o ('all ,.*i the Slyp"n r yre already candidates for the I-ni c- h v rs,,publican ainajor in \\h, .IlS,,1'. r. .
1!.- :, ; -w, f ,o r ever\ year of his age ex- \- iil.,, th, slibijc?. and won!.! nr o Th, o li(':' proiessin knows that lieO"'s ; lh lsio -- lh' ,- ,it ti i-,t SIates senate. It is charged tl:at has already done v, *, ,
"" ip. t io Ha- plenty ofIP tver!ytiin t re-,.nin. I. j s ,!rew r:t n ':.s lc 1 : is an ,.soluteyi certain i i - Vy spe!, .y ;in.! it nee,, e Senator Taliaferro ind 1. *t ,' is raisi i on a far'-. nl. an ll he li, n,,ln 1 :i n 6i s;.,.d nI r-' inl ,n' l.iv e, ,t,.-r,,r an,, with th, a !iv, ,r ,- \,-s )o ln for the purp.-Ie of di- sp) ,s himn anIl :, ... ,1 ,. ,
'.'~~~~~~~~~~~idti'm r. 10 ,min!s vont, in vw,.st Flr- Iisn +.* I)- ,I," !,
,r.. 1'" ,w. w ,aughte s madtl i: Ii th- oi l.i -,ock,., ev.,. r i th.t i ,,' cit,,s of ,',,.,lp:p s a s a base E CIH Si. .1d m ous Ir ava l- Ii lit 0- rntl o. l, ,, e I gn
I,!, .! ;a Nu(e.,I k an o. ,d l.i-n,1I" f e, l otil ,* i',las. I ,,,.- .R n pl MONEY COMES IN BUNCHES , a1. p,,,il.i ,pon th po- srongl( tha. *e I e s *
\t n *i" ,( u. -h! ll '.ia:l'!' l i t o ill,! it' ,H'inI hi th itioi litical !ir't! i ni o1!r of the P row ii, ard- th, s .nat, ", ce i i ,. re
CARMACK ON RELIGION e way n , ,i.p and .ish- 0. .., Tr i .,. N minisr'-:Itinill to rin aiu inst his for r't .. --Punta .;,*;,! e ,!
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T 1"low 41 teua.- .. the i, i ,,l" li S? :. ; iia iand o'her fr, om flii- ion .'lr i s: dii sion of the 1,row .rd A-1 re *- -
. : ; S .n:- .r E \ C am ock .\; .v:i) '.Y>R Y :K .> ,:, :a n l m oon i n "* s m ay dIi b th inl S ** t : ,,
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Cus atarrl or roney back. Just
Sreti it in. Complete outfit, including,
Sinh*lr $1. Extra bottles 50c. Druggista

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TO DESIRE a real good, tasty, refined Sun dof
Clothes is not a sign of weakness. Raer i
an indication of personal pride and character. A wel
groomed Man evokes favorable comment alwaA a
human nature is just vain enough to like it.
Our Fall and Winter Suits in-
spire confidence because they are correct. They an
cut correctly, tailored perfectly and fit accurately -wt
no room left for improvement.

The Fabrics Are Choice and Handsome
$10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $17.50, $20.00
1 ill i l a f" ?V n n& t. f" .1 t .#tI .


we get it will do all wae :an

to please you.

We will

have stacks of


s week and will tell you about

them later. Our store is

headquarters for



To Eat

r I L Round of Ratlasd. Ssm-
l asot*. w a vatitor Satarday.
b. COOwE was ta from Reddick

Mr. Jstmee J. W. Lylee is now in
AgW Wt titb J. 8. Martin Hardware

Dr H Cuttrell and Justice of the
itoew R F Smith of Fairfield were
* O iCs Tueday.
Mr Jack Rentz was in from Levon
Wededay. He says that things in
ab as.t borbood are A-1.

Mr J I) lope of Wildwood. one of
er -rewesful turpentine operators.
was as (rala visitor Wednesday.
We understand that several of
a is's autoints will enter the endur-
*e raor- tw* wee-n .Jacksonville and

Mr L L. Aitkn of the Palmetto
nes Ito tending the session of the
%d Le.vel Baptist Association at
*'NrWaJ Riv3r.
('omander L. M. Graham was in
Shia Tu*wday and continues to talk
-4 LUv- Onk's hospitality to the Con-
**Oe(te veterans.
Mr Juhlns Pfund. one of our valued
whmrtbers in New York. incloses
. ft and says "Just let the Banner
ep oas coming until 1911.".
Mr F J OHara is again with us.
*r isanteerested in the new town ot
4arbask. which is destined to occupy
SPlm us our map very soon.
TW (Orala Banner is printing the
phtmtoMe for a charter of the Ma-
e ('Omaty FI-rtilizer Company. This
fts& amber big industry for our

(W1 Nic Bareo. one of the moving
qMs of Crystal River and most act-
w prumof-rs. was in Ocala Wednes-

Mr I1 W Tompkins has gone west
puTchasE several carloads of horses
md mal. for his arm. He will buy
, s 1iedid lot of animals. He ex-
prt to be away all the week.
Mr 1D H Kibler. superintendent of
be B utgenbach Phosphate Company
,t Holder. was in Ocala Wednesday.
I4 said that phosphate at the present
--t iW quite inactive. He has
.at half of his mines in operation.
Mr sad Mrs. E. L. Freyermuth and
IUrdve ofi this city moved to Clear-
vher Wednsday They have been
utkag vocala their home for several
-rs and hae, many friends here
.be %r much regret their depar-

Mr andr M r, Clifton Camp an
MWr* ith. ed--th of a son. Robert Clif-
m 4'anip .Ir The little one was
a .m arl \\,.-dns.'da% morning at the
S" oft hi- no ,ther s ptarentIs. MIr.
ad Mr% Htlw'rt 1. Anderson, on
.enh hirlt &'ret*-.
tlbenra I.,emgt %%:.s in long enough
or-odt '. .s, I (hi. ,'i h .e .Ss i. n all
#x t I-,. a!;t ,i 'xtt th,' i'a ;-,/i -
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Mr. J3ke Brws is aatg pastatl
INS with his beaaaw. H ie is E'M6
the AMrerica A&,.
Mr. uad Mrs. William T. Gary and
children expect to move soon tato oae
of Mr. William Anderson's apart-
ments on Fort King avenue.

Mr. amett RoM o o as Rm ay
RoMa n ad Mr. J. 0. PMillps left
Tuesday morals is Er. RoMason's
car for a trip to Orlando, They go
via Belleview, Weiredale, uastia nad
Apopka, and will be absewt about teD

_- The October edition of the Frater-
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Judd and chil- nal Record prints a picture of Mr. M.
dren have moved into Mr. Edd Car- M. Little of this city. It is a striking,
michael's house on Fort King avenue, picture. Mr. Little is grand conduct-;
which was recently occupied by Dr. or of the I. 0. 0. F. of Florida. and
Guerrant and family. belongs to other orders. The Frater-
Among the Tuesday visitors nal Record says that he is a manly,
I honest man. who is true to his friends
Ocala was Mrs. Frank Newport of principle. To all of which
and his principles. To all of which
East Lake Weir and Mrs. Williams
his friends will readily subscribe. Mr.
and her daughter. Miss Lou Elvie
Little was born in Gainesville, Ga.,
iliams, of Lady lAke. in 1S62 and came to Florida in 188,.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Hendricks and
The city is putting cement pave-
baby came home Tuesday from Stan-
ment on *ho, east and south sidt-s of
ton. where they have been since Sat- the market. The Banner throws a
urday with Mrs. Hendricks' parents. big-sizel bouquet to thostreet commi-
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Leavengood.. The i market will soon b
.tee. The cily market will soon be

Mrs. Green. who had a very severe
fall several weeks ago at the home of
her daughter. Mrs. J. J. Gerig. and in-
jured herself quite badly, is now great-
ly improved, and is able to sit up
each day.
Mr. G. W. Martin is taking stock
this week for the Ocala Iron Works.
He was formerly the company's sec-
retary, and became acquainted with
the hardware business in the old days
of E. W. Agnew and Company.
Mr. J. R. McClamroch, representing
the McClamroch Marble and Tile Co.,
of Greensboro. N. C., arrived in the
city Tuesday and is superintending
the laying of the marble in the new
federal building.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ricker of Jack-
sonville are in Ocala, visiting Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger. Mr. Ricker was
a former citizen of Lake Weir. He is
now connected with the United States
mail service.
Mrs. Eva Alberry died Thursday
in Jacksonville tand was buried Sat-

She was a sister of Marshal

ready for occupancy and it will look
like a new building. No permits will.I
when it is completed, be allowed to
sell meats outside its walls.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 1I Denham of;
Gainesville are visiting in the city.
Mr. Denham is local editor of thei
Gainesville Sun, and is a natural born
booster. At his suggestion that enter-f
prising newspaper proposes To get out
a special edition boosting the Marion
County Fair. and work up a special in-!
terest in it throughout Alachua coun-
ty, and wherever the Sun circulates.
Mr. Denham. while here, will inter-
view our fair officials and othor public
spirited citizens.
Mr. J. A. McCarley of Boardman
was in to see us Friday. He says that
the truckers are suffering from 'the
want of rain. It is so dry that nothing
can be planted, or at least nothing
will sprout that is planted. We were
glad to learn. though. that the white
fly is about to be conquered. Mr. Mc-
Carley says that Mr. Sampson has a
grove that last year had been so mer-
cilessly attacked by the fly that it
came very near dying out completely,

C. A. Dinkins of this city. Mrs. Din- btrt Mr. Sampson got the brown fun-
kins went down 'to attend the funeral. gus started, and this year the grove
Mrs. Alberry was only twenty-five looks like a new one. The bark of
years of age and leaves a little son the trees are clean and smooth and
eighteen months old. Mr. Dinkins has the leaves are glossy. The orange
the sympathy of our people in his be- growers believe that the brown fun-
reavement. gus is a panacea. After it gets start-
od it spreads itself and the greater
Mayor Kibler. Judge Barksdale. Dr the fly the greater it multiplies. Too
J. G. Baskin and Mr. D. G. Watkins much praise cannot be given it.
represented the growing city of Dun-
nellon in Ocala Wednesday. They Mr. Chas. Seig left Friday for
say 'that theirs is a "coming city." It Chicago. He will return in about
will soon be approached by two more three weeks, and we shall then know
railroads, and it does seem as if it more about Burbank than we do now.!
has a most excellent future. All the principal newspapers in the
United States will contain page ad-
Mr. Isaac Rawls of Lake Weir was vertisements of the new town and its
in Ocala Wednesday. He has been immediate vicinity tomorrow. The
living on the lake for the past five company will control seventy-five
years, and like all the other residents, thousand acres. It expects to sell ev-
is very much in love with. it. He for- ery acre of these lands this winter.
merly lived at Inverness, but is a na- The lands are good. and it expects the
tire of the good old state of South people purchasing them to become
Carolina. 'bona fide citizens, and they will be
i incorporat-ed into our citizen-ship, and
Mr. Clifford Raysor left Wednesday
Mr lifford Raor let il come inrestd in our progress
for Jackson\ille. where ho has accept-, has
aMd devolopmtm-. Th-v company has
ed a position with the Southern Ex- ,urh ,,
pit'rch3ased the rij!it to exploit thiie Lu-
pr'ss 'Comnpau\. .iMr. Raysor lias l ibeen i!hr [u i k (''atiols I'm h ,
tOnl 4 edtl wvith the, t, c'xlC~ ('Ot l|an) 'i ioruljss (.-!I(.ttS tI lhth' sI ihless l)re'
h'lr for a inutinbur of years. an !id his ' e it cil sr,;; t tiiing d i.,a' anIt
frin l- ill I' pl0h asod to l'ar- of h o his s t he e -
.I-;t'- !. liist -id oil" ; t1i S 1w ti h ,; oi! : > onn,'tnip.. r v.will tI c il Sl p W \\ ,-
tl a il .' oil! 'I' t. 't il i,, i t c' _' "
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from floor to ceiling with seasonable goods.

and they are being sold at prices that cause

competitors to "sit up and take notice."

Children's School Shoes

for Fall and Winter are among the lines we

gave our special attention during our recent

buying expedition in the eastern cities, and

we want you to call and inspect them when

it becomes necessary to replenish the pres-

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Unpacking and preparing our immense line

of Fall and Winer Goods for the inspection

of our patrons to write that big announce-

ment which we promised for this week's


However, we want to tell you that

we have this season purchased a grade of


and all the trimmings that go toward mak-

ing them up, that has never been equalled in

Ocala for the price.

Our store is packed

lnd Boys

School Suits

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*O0 w ftthe 4ame., let Joy be un-
Nmsei.- is the way Unfortunately it
ft toe ~ats tndered.

C('b is making a mint of money
go hbs Itfurb,. so what matters it if
b*" narrative be real or fancied, truth,
OW Sbet m

dence. The south holds out induce,
*Th. lamp Timts is saying so menTs more than any other sect-ioi.
ma. k. tilhdongs lately that whenev- and the population is now hadled inl
* s. i,:k up our scissors imme- this direction. We are beinl discuvo
a .. husy ered and there is going to heo a w.vo
.. .. ,~lerful transformation soon. Th.- I'* ipa' made good time promises to become the.- c-nitr of
yr ,a lsT l)uhannellon. They left tivily and great indl ustrie will ,
fewm a, a .. arn rc-aehtd the Pboi I
,a as :a ,aI rehe the Phos Ip!laIntd her-. We have got-i 'h-
j an.d the climate an.ii we will so, n ,.
o 1- 4 ., a bluff- aas what only has l,''in la(kiin-- :, *,
*-' 1 r*r-.nian l Ianlis. I I ulation 1h T r
Sa! -. Ar. i,.. ieni-d that it is a not niu(h on .
11 ro not niut b fi ln 7 f,. t:--,
,i' -, i*.'- luxury. .
harbor-. th w 'in i' ,
I. t fr'hur -avs that Mrs. Eddyoiiln j-erva ons 1. ,r- 0
not a scientist. M rs. ,I aw the. I '4. ali 11. .
,' ," il ,,r.- Sh,. is in hbi con- ,
I-ii ',,i, .-rs are many. ,, .

I I:, Colito pitt l ill -iia
'; 1 J 'lallt i. c tn tnmiidla inl a m h* -
i :.. .ta ? of China in hi * n
S .,' it..: .ot-ll He has Dr. A.'
an* i niii-nt sur,"-on. witli .
S ".' l i.* ,. *u n ,. : r ; ,. ", .. ,
'*;" i.-, w\'o 1 ld .* . .
S**k atn.d '-ary go to t he n '. ri**. -
I.* v tlimne they will no .1, i''- .' ,.
'. .t.. h.a rdl .hips to) enilure. i ~,- '' l2i''VI,,. -:. '" ,
.* a I;,w lb-ing train,-d to (''o ('i'iz n.
.al i 'I. thing of going to th ,. ~ ---
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The Pittsburg (Pa.) Gazette-Times
is a strong republican newspaper, but
it advises the young men of the north
to "go 9outh." In place of great plan-
tations are smaller farms and mod-
ern and intensive cultivation, and
those lands long lain idle are produc-
ing abundantly. Modern highway con-
struction is nowhere more in evi-

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A g od Equipment to start with:
TY..5 x 8 Binders ) TOTAL Crbr
1,000 Record Sheets (choice of
forty different forms) $7
2 Volume Cabinet (for holding books)
40 Alphabetical Indexes

We will be glad to show you ow
Moore's Modern Methods are ued.
Telephone for a Catalogue



'We Direct Special Attention to Our Finm

Cheap Millinrv

, il 1 .' . .. ; 1* n l l'l .*:'. : .1 ,

1 IV 1 14 ii 1 ..' .4 t a' '1 till
'* 1 .rlpi. n % "iuajcrs are puiting
t* t I i i k ll |,osi.'ion to btear
,a *i '1 trtansforimation scene

,- 'v arlotta of Jacksonville an.i
M-- \\ Tt.nch of Gainesvillk
ar. C.,' ,d11 ti .,t ,ettinl of thile nit-
*-I li,. '*.-' of the Confederacy now
inI -. -.. v>i .' t Houstion. Texas. The'
iA',.. Statr -a't has promised to
,.. .. -,* ian\) towers along the
A4't .* hs.',e good women that
tr. ..' -hall not step on Texas soil.
It U.\ani art, a gallant people.

1 pathtinders showered our im-
i. ,-.*. .,--';on with towers. They
t' ,,' '* country' between Gaines-,
i thala was the prettiest that
* "ad -," n between Jacksonville
..&n Ta ,a and that the road out of

' : sre *" > Of th e Ia m l ...
L.'on. This s louil' 1 n i', 'i,. *', Io-
'i.jpo:'ant celibratio) s int 'hi i. ii:-
history. The e ,ir,. is 1:., ti:s; ; I :
polrtalin e-t-tlhe arri\;l of I1.,' i'-'
white man on tirritori now i on. -'i;
ing th' United Stat.'.-.;Lak ('it R -

"Marse Henry-" Watterson is i
write some lerters from Pari:< ,i I!h,
I ouisville Courier-..umrnal -oor. Wil--
liam Allen W hite has just .',-n, itu .1

.' .1. f ' 1t ,
.. 0',:, f" tl hei lands in
~.:'I -., u. a h***'* ,' i! ;is ('ori' Ir s li s
S "\\ .''. in .Ji('cksoi ill' ; or at
:- .:; what \isitor 5 'ronl .lack-
~ t'.tll s;oi : it! iTthe governor sways.

.Editor Zin) sail that unless sounI
hr'enr anI could! l found he would
;k!' tlch race against Hon. Frank

a splendid series of Parisian -lti- .'ls. '"I lit,' !hi s decided to make the,
but as he declared that he in\i:'t y a,'.. s, !hhe infer'nce is no h)et' r
retired at S:3 in th., tveni; t :nil' 'iain co ,i ie 'fo'ind. We ,do not know
i over there. thhre a s' ill ;a I of in whai s!;;e this will look to Ion
things left for "Alarse Henr 'o -ell. Farris.
of course.-Pensacola News.

L..., ,o tly iaved. It will soon. _.. .., 'iot .(n D. Hudson Burr. in a pub-
t. *,. 1\'d all th,' wa and will be All Florida should uni',' n helping ishi, sta', :i'n!. says he is not now
n ad. h. official autoing route be- St. Au.gutstine to celebrate the quadri- n,: i inv' r -.' in a political d(al. HIe
a'.-h the- "o cities. Then when the centennial of the landing of Ponce le eis' ;:or, an accident than a statesman
.. r.r ra'iel on down the backbone Leutn. Not only all Florida. bur the :;an'! is win,'itng up his brief political
o h. pewninsular they will have seen whole country, for the event to be career.-Volusia County Record.
ti, hig f Florida.1 coIint:Wn1eorated is surely of supre'mru -
tu' hi f r n.inal i:n;por-tanc'.- Pensaco .l Jour- The St. Autgustine RRecvord says

,-..,-in to a gentleman who nal. ;ha horse racing will .w a f'at;ure of
- ljlu= c e running for the United bhe Marion coiun:y fair. But the races
t.c. -'-.nate the newspapers of Flor- EvcEry time the Ocala manner ar- will be orderly conducted and there
ia '.- div aided into four classes-- rives at this office the Tribune r-achlt, will be no hook-making or other gam-
Ib f.,*. he bought. the controlled, es for its scissors. The Banner is in- bling features.
nktt'. that, are afraid. This was t resting every time i appears. whet -
nb 1.iSthant(e of his declaration in ,r it contains one column or a hun- Humphries' long lost hat that he
b. alahsnc' kmocrat several dried. Its matter usually ranks in the lost at a banquet has been recovered.

mU,1'h% agho. ni he continues in mak- superlative degree.-Tampa Tribune. Wha evr may haxe been its owner's
appearance at that time the hat looks

tag hib ritection upon t h Ioe in 'a
plrm ahwh do or may not support himt
in tIT pretensions Those which, he
,de~ignates as free are supposed to bI
th. oues favoring his candidacy. bul
as none are supporting him it follows
tha' according to his judgment, they
r- all bought-that is bribed, or con
trolled -that is corrupted, or afraid to
ute.r ibeir real senwiments.-Punta
Gorda Herald.

Stella Josephine Feller of Harris
count% Texas. earned $150,000 in a
sagle afternoon by marking down two
oil ells She has been so successful
I, slt-o .ering oil that she has almost
datly o ers of tens of thousands of
dollars tn fees for special work. The
$150. t0 fee was paid by ten men. wv
oou d4 a small tract and had failed to
irtke oil They offered Miss Feller
"w $ (!.000 If she would discover two
productive wells, and she selected two
sp*s after a few hours of surveying.
Pitpe were sunk. and in each case a
gusher waS Struck. Miss Feller also
.-.-.. .. .4.,, *.,WfSntul in dis-

The Culpeppers are to conduct a j sober and all right.
revival in Lakeland from No'ember' - -.
I- to Dcember 15. But whats the Judge Washing'on M. Ives of Lake
use? The wicked children of that City. has been county judge of Colum-
city are no longer permitted to run bia county for thirty-two years. This
loose at night. a curfew law being in enti'les him to be known as the Nest-
force.-Pensacola Journal. or of the bench.

The managers of the Marion Coun- The government is about to issue
tv Fair Association are busily engag- a Martha Washington stamp. Please
ed arranging the buildings and put-1don't' e are used to licking George.
ting the race track in shape. It isex- but-!-'Tampa Tribune.
pected there will be some excellent' .
races there this year. IAgood start has been made ifb o
begin the day right, and if you begin

There is another chance for Teddy. it right it will be easy enough to end
.. it...._ . .. ;. ,fferin to snu -! it right.

The i ampa 'imes iu o eg v
port any man for president who will
locate in Tampa one hundred or more
German or Swedish girls who will
take employment as domestics.

Strange things are happening in
this country while Roosevelt is away
in Africa slaying th ebeasts of the
forests. Son-in-'aw Nic Longworth is
sued for $73.75.

The Dunnellon Advocate is now a
vermiform appendix of the Ocala
Star.-Sanford Herald. Oh. cut it
out!-Pensacola Journal.

Hon. Sam J. Hilburn will not run
for congress from the second district
-he will not even walk.

Poor Morse has been made the
scapegoat, and must serve a period of

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'rie subjects.

tav'n ye, negli'cited your Kidneys?
tlave you overworked your nervous
sysItem an'i caused trouble with your
kidneys an: bladder? Have you pains:
in loins. si,!.. back,. groins and blad-'
der? Have you a flabby appearance of
,he face. especiallyy under ;ih e;es?
Too frequent a desire T ) pass urine?
If so, Wil'.ams' Kidney Pills will
cure Vyou-<- 'ruggist. )price 50c.
Sold by ", dings & Co. x


Large shipments of st rawibe)rr,
plants from North ( 'a:oi:na an i Illi-
nois ar", being received here daily by
our growers. The-r wer- : oi n,'arly
eno'g-h plants in th, (couint'ry. to a sp-
lly hhe d,'uandl for the large acreage ,
that is being set this season.. So far
the prospect's are splendidl for a mag-
nificent crop of berries, but rain is
needed bailey. many growers be-ing le-
layei! in Thiir planting on account of!
*he dry weather -Lakeland News.

"I would have been a cripple for lif-
from a terrible cut on my knee cap."
writes Frank Disberry, Kelliher.
Minn.. withoutu Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. which soon cured me." Infalli-
ble for wounds. cuts and bruises. It
soon cures burns, scalds, old sore-.
boils, skin eruptions. World's best
for piles. 25c. at Tydings & Co. m

The federal court sitting in Lin-
coln. Neb.. has declared the Nebraska
bank deposit guarantee law void. You
can almost always depend upon the
federal courts-the smaller courts-to
do just what this judge has done.

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Office in Holder *lock OCALA PL0oUOA
WVe hav,' a son. '-ihr w .. ,.
dlo all kinds of cementt N',jrk. Ht il 14
Cement Brick. Bu:l.l S ','*:Al. \ ,
\We make locks for F'iin i'. I
than briek. and ar i,;. r "f\ ir.-
Railroaid Track, Nor'h o)t 't F, n !r,


L. J. BRUMBY, Editor and Propntor








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The citizens of KIssimmee recently ELECTRIC FLASHES
gave a barbecue and fish fry to the ---
old soldier colonists at St. Cloud. Five Norway boasts of the first electric
smelting plant in the world to pro-
thousand people is said to have at- dusmelt pig plant in the world to pro
tended it. Hon. C. A. Carson, in a duce pig iron.
well considered and patriotic address.' It takes more than fifteen million
welcomed the colonists on behalf of miles of single wire for the people of
the board of trade.. The gifted speak- this country to communicate with one
* -ati, that he was a son of a Confed- another over th,' lephone and tele-
Iie-r. and would ever honor Lraph. Thir't n million miles of this
S ' mory an l revere the- virc ar' used r tel')phoning. and th '
.t;:.' f'tr \which he1 went to battle. oTali lc.'t hl :1t : ill 'the wire would ci'-
also ) h.nor,.d the soldier who *]' l> a;": 'i' equa'or 'six hun-
".. '.. he ii', I',:" his brwavery, m an- i:'.1 1i. .
. :in 1! i"uT.) o1 d' y : that th" *
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nMo &nag e thre was a meeting of
So Asometawd Advertising Clubs of
imr h id a I misvllle. Ky. That
m smds rather formidable, gen-
ob reder'r but doe't "top here. What's
= t0m s is the best part of the story.
T1t aswurarion is made up of the
U av.rwliln men of the United

To be able to produce the best
There is a very significant differ- grades of syrup, two things are e.sen-
ence in the tone of the state papers tial-an evaporator of the proper type
on the question of good roads.
on the question of good roads. land a thorough skimming of the juice
Continually the big papers and the
papers published in the smaller during the evaporating process.
towns, in other counties than Dade. The Evaporator
are trying to educate their readers The evaporators on the market.
up to the importance of better high- such as the Cook pan and others, do


De dog, he rule de 'possum tree, de
snake he feed on frog;
De 'possum, he whip out de eoon, de
coon tear up de dog.

Oh, believers.
What you gwine ter say?
How you gwine ter reckoncile
Dese things on Jedgmint Day?

De big fisb swaller up de small-des
eat 'em head an' tail.
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Waeh* Th-r. are many kinds and ways. nor afford enough skimming surface De whale come long an onr)e aH-
1r4% \#V-i will sketch two types. The Times-Union is one of the fore- t t-anble one to keep the juice well do man, he kill do whale.
Mros th-r tis tho* advertising mana- most advocates of good roads. and is skimmed while it is evaporating. The Oh. ,believers.
r, fth, *-*a.kl nmagazin*. thb month-' unceasing in its endeavors to secure h,-st style of evaporator is a long pan, What you gwine lor 0:lay?'
|y. lh. *Illi n* wspajl-'r-. He's the them for Duval county. So also with i-bouit eighteen fe,-t in leng:ii and twoi How you wine T,tr r ckoncil.-
lpen io g 'Is your mn'odern periodi- all the papers in all the counties. f..e' in wi dth, mad'' of 2xt dressed I), thili on .*I', lillu ay?
-e, -0. ';, :-.adluig tabld. for less than But in Dad., county v the ne-wspape'rs lmber, either poplar o!' cypress. with De pr'ach'r pr'ach an' p;'a.- .- cup.
N 4.-- .r," and p;it it tog'th- sIl.iom. if ever. ]rint argumi nts ill No. 22 galvaniold shoe i'r:i for a hot- an' s.-ek de h- ath'n lo':
r- T'..t, rt r.- .h -h adiverising Ifavor of L-')od roads. aLnd the reason is o I' sho !d ,i ,' ,iivi,.,l into three Do heantrhi.i .i r d t' p!'.n'r ui)p. an
inia.- ..t .inff'-r,.nt business and obvious, s.--- ionn with 'at es in th' 'divisions. h.' oI i' r' )
S-. i,,' '.,,- -- H!. is across the The ..eople in la.''- county, to a ,o allov the ji:ic. 'o I),. i:ss*.,i on as Oh. 1),.lit' -,rs.
mw, ,* *, :, ',h** magazine advertis- man. ar, in favor of ,ood roads. and ,it ., thro)h ;h cooking; prom.*-s. \hat you wiin' 'er say:
te '. ,,a ,* "*I h.a-tgain goe s some- arrzumt.nt to then is us'.!-:- and -'-i Th,- tir-t of tih- s" o- -esior.-As shouldd be Ho\w .10( a-win1- l t' '*-ekor; o aI T hin < <'l .l i'i-niin1 rav .
thbte i1. l t h- hi- S -ay- The magazine, perfluous. ,Zight feet lhon The s,1e)'n.dt six ft r ,' 'i L n .lt sati tion.y':
m mar "* h.-,-s manager: Th, believ-e fully and c)il'. l,"teoly a;i,! h' ird, four 1f., r. TCh, e va l.r-
*"II a,..... .. th. i..-ws of your soap. in the pIroposition and nt-ed no con- ;',,-. -.:,0ul laid a lriik arch. WHAT A SOUTHERN WOMAN CAN
w ., .,. . -'e.. ,or so-la water. or i version, as set, s TO ,he -(-sslary in I tonsTI-ct-.d so th;a- lt'7 l fir. can be DO
*ma' .,*' nv.. r adetrs. if you will other counties., js d f 'romI ;1n fI.i o th I oher". Aln -
hb.S g r ,i. ,siori..s and poems Dadle roun:y l--ads Ih.. -.,, in th,- V.a,,2:.:Ito. of 'l- kin, l ian n :.i,, (' ln I i.. F. i:i a'-" S in
sad .,.T;' .irtuicles which we .mnagnifirtnt sys-tm of rock roais. at hotte iV anr oti') hand. wit" rt ils. .fi'o t, l .yi:!, TI '.-.l. I,' .-:', a
*-. -. : *. n: Says the busi- roads a.- moo'h as a parlor iloor. -as an,! ,,.ts consiideray v 1, s a ;. d -asp. ,f 'i ', ,. n. ,hich
** ,( ,_'. f ,, 't,,' m magazine m ana- to coTInstructr antl ,iuralol'. bo,-l:t ,;.. s.-.-I> ,, 44 , '' :.: ,.,J ,'
g1, ip tor your r adrs"- -],ry farmer and ev ry huisine-s Skimm ing .-i..s ... : : i -' .,::,1! i.;!lr \-
pe ., .' i..- an.d constructix,. man. who uses the county y's highways \V,' .n : ,. jti ,. !.,.ii h 'at in p' ii f' :,.': : : '-
iar .. if '. u l l t:':y sone' of m y a l I who ri'ie for pl s re asure il s ... h '.r l' ,, '-',., i- *,: ,, t:. '. :ino... ;
l *' -'*.. *" and cameras. and th., value to this county an,! heT r .* o- .. ;i ,,,is.,, ian.k,. : l:ti k \V hi.' . . i .
m rI :.. ** iand h-elp me make :. ple of he,, work that has ibwn d n, l r,...i ,,,r will t.-in r in r i ,.
I a ... *' hi.,. rt. the kind of men and the mon.vy that bas b)e+n e.xpend- ,,.-ur;',. ThLi. l!:nk.' iiust '; I T I '' .; :. .: ius;
1ni hia,. '- , ni* 'ing in IAuisville ed in her highways, rmov' d b.1fre the. juic, !oils. and r<,:\ .i : : '.i .: ;'
Io 'alk ,s. YT *i, be t ways and means They do not need to be argued wi 1h ,, its re;imoval *!p, :i,!.s i;. quality of who is ;nw in l.i.- .\n.l. 4 Vl. l\ -

Of In rta-mtt, macazin.l dividendls. so at all. They are the most ardent a,- t h,' sr', i la',, on f tr i this scum
uIM' *. '. tna -.m teter able to rive vo(at,-s of more and better roads, of is allowed to mix wi'h th.' boiling
Ve *t, rar.zin.*- you want. and be'- the kind that this county can con- juice the syrup will h e cloudy and off
*PT 1il6. 1 Irdu or to -gipr.',at.. a .good thing, and do trial. The olrd.iime perforated skimmer is
;r ar l m buying their merchan-' Hence when the time comes to vote not a good skimming tool, because it
d1w I bot an intricate problem. ion the proposition to spend more mon- doos not skim clean, ant allows most
feV Any school boy who has ey to extend the system there will be of what should be removed to fall
1anpp**d an apple core for the privi- I little or no opposition. back into their boiling juice. The best
n of r c he note that his best, The education of Dade county on kind of skimmer is made from a piece
rW ntI tI his red-headed rival at re-1 the question of good roads was co- of dressed lumber about fourteen
soe tnm.*. ge.ting near the idea.- Pleted some years ago. when the mag inches square, fitted with a handle
sit. ,-.Hkly. jnificent results were shown in the like a mortar board. In using this
_construction of the streets of Miami skimming board the best way is to lay
HIS RECEIPT i-Miami News-Record. s m b t b w i to lay
IS RECEIPT -Miami News-Record. it flat on top of the scum in the pan.
i The scum will adhere to the board
A ,,uth. rn tanker recently told the FLYING-THE SECOND STAGE an can he rsmovd without any ofa
.antl can be_ removed without ant- of
S. his eight-year-old son. ~ it falling, back. By using a piece of
Si., ha tn invited to spend a The decision of the right broth- it falling back. usi
T .. ha. iit to spen Sri -.. litle friends, in thet ersrs to give no more demonstration
Sm t' ,,,.,. itne friends in lo tn skinimng barrel. we can
^,I.. fligh's, but t,) d,vote thl.i:" ;inrie here-
S in:i ke a pert' job of Thish. the most
a ,as Ol .' l* ue cominpalny. .Jack." aler to leachin;- aviators and niakii. ;t p' t
aia I, ,.,',th r "Father goes trav- ar:d selling aroplane-s. .,rin s lyvin i lT 'arit p a"n o thI svvr uinakinl.
a&* ', a. k lnd I shall be all To' Is s-mi sag.. IExnrinients will I .'
iw,. *... ,-. a V.h bill for you ill n- 'l ''!1of. !a ,Tr4T ,h ih i lalf rs-. '.'- 11

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I, t e -ll,)ws,)n- Park nt1 saw ,s'-
wondi'rfu!l attraction-. l'it she sawI
them whil it was suIowill and slet-
il ir. anI wa:-s not. of moir'set. impress-:
ed with their beauty and grandeur, as
she would have been ha, she seen
them under mor- favorable circum-
stances. She also saw the Yosemite
Valley and the big tro"s. but when
she reached Los Angeles. Cal. she
thought that she had been ushered into
a real earthly paradise. The atmos-
phere was balmy and redolent with
the perfume of flowers and the song
of birds! But her visit there was for-
tuitous. She had experienced sleet
and snow and piercing winds, and it
was like emerging from storm and
shadow into the. sunlifiht' If Miss
Rogt's had be*.n in Floriida for the
past I1Ihon)th. or at !'Iast Ilt:h portion of
it. shP wou(III hatl' t ,1I. IiiT tha it,
ti is Elsian. for f hl.- w.T.h her here
has t,,e., id,,al.
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S 1 The. gr' at n '1. and brain restora-
T T ', for wi. ;i ; a ,ji woilim .i. produces
','' "" ..' ';It'': \\,4 .!' '''' 2 'T' PILES PILES: PILES! length al nd '.i'alty., builds d ) r.the
iook I' a'7 ln 1- ---- S tnm andi r i-w,T .- norr!al vigor.
1" \ a ,s s..ei. t ,,. ;x : *..- w ,- <, i ,: ]-," [ !-.ii PIi 0:l | () !i-n!,.!Fr \ ill F: r sa. .v drI'iy. l:"s-s o r "y Il;I l, S
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W\V, .-" } >aI.. : a:,. ::, and I ing Sold by Ty rin s & Co. x
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A RETURN IN KIND i' :,' .;' ; ni(','ce. a~c s as a puwni!'ic,. i'POSSUM DINNER FOR LEGISLA-;
S- isa!" reli.f'. \V:l1!m;,:,-' Iniian TORS

W ith :i, Twaioi o cll ask. a hb1r P i ilt i's prepared for Pill., l **i.!t N:' \\:lk,.r :tiid his 20 old
,, i1 K'.' h '. h.hi bc'.rrow a s'., of hi- b.'ok 1. IaIl: ittehl g ot ," !'>iva" e parts. S I ; *,, Rttk ('.k c n ,,.' h. a:'d in .ho'
*:s The n..i hbo" rplied nui r'acious. ,by i:'u gi's.: ma.-l 'c. and $1. w, is ev.r.y ow,,v l a:1 ith. hunting for
like 'hat he 1wa, weleon!e To reta i he:: i: Sol by 'Vy.:i t Co. x oss'in:s. a;:I we a r'e ith (Col. Nat
'his his l bra ry. but h, hai1 a :ir. i.' r' r i i'h. re is so mniuch good in! th.a worst. a.' i .a ih arr n
Sin, 0:o let hlis books !','a\, 'lis ho:s.,. soln Of us. ) h v, t i arr .-
Iwialsh 'irgcins change Their figures I weeks later the same netihbor s-::- A:n I so much bad in hie b.-s: of us. CrawVfordville Bre. -ze.. icl. Nat. we
I;ITh', r h :a,ily behooves any of t.s ir-is' that "'o1 (capt'ito. k,,ep and fat-
At ame Fashion's wild caprice 'over to ask for the lean of Mlaki 'T, lla;l aout behooves any is. isis tha' 'poss ire ith, keep and fawin-
Vgomplaining. bear the rigueurs. Twain's lawn towerr: us. i eough possums. either this win-
Dreaming. though. of night's re- 'r or next, and a e ,. .
thoughuck. Cof nigtertainly." said M.1::r. ':.u- si::, t i s we' enough to be plea.,anl. or nxt. ad a groat possim
I nwake. it a rule ne\.-r *o 1:" it !jave \L.n lit h owAs along like: a song: dinner 'u the me m ers of th- next
SAY PLACE LIGHTS ON COWS wy lawn you will be Nbiig' d :o u-se i It ii un1n worth while l gi'la:ure.--Tallahassee True Demo-
L,- le 'La: at can sm ile I
Aidermn E. J. Mills says that there."--Ladies' Home Journal. WI ,-.r :thm' zot ,,s dt-a1 wron. ca.

MeMillan Bros.

Southern Copper Works

Manufacturers of Turpentine Sills

and General Metal Workers.

Old Stills taken in exchange for new onet Pat4 hlan
through the country a specialty. Orders by mail -,r
wire will receive prompt attention at wither of the
following works .




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Turns Cattle, Horse, Hop-Ise Prasay hi0I

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Buy your new fence for years to come. Get the big, heavy wir t
hinge joint, the good galvanizing, the exactly proportioned quality of swtk
that is not too hard nor too soft.
We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its merit aI
superiority, not only in the roll but in the field. Come a mnd ent aua Ipt
our prices.


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mI WMOW Y OF CLARRNO J. ajt haad 1 price I bring; simply to DOINGS AT DUNNELLON
MITH thy cra I ding." -
W He would have been glad to live ftor Special Cor. Oalat Banner:
o ke Weir.itFr Fla, t. 6. log. the sake of his children, but he felt it Mrs. Johnson of Montbrook is the
t the Editor homB er'
S r #b ttle o mmnlty i cale.V n MS not God's will. so he lovingly sub- guest of her daughter, Mrs. F. W. Me-
COS TUttl eommunlty i n clled upo mEitted, and felt that all ties that Credie.
0 week to amern the death of our bound him to earth were sundered. A. M. Lansford of Ocala was in
vtth 8uada eghir, Clare nce His sufferings were intense. Much town on business last week.
atk Sunday evening about seven of the time he could not lie down at Miss Carrie Barco was called to her
..k after everything that gentle all. even at night, it was so difficult home at Cotton Plant on account of
Sod Doian hands could do. in the for him to breathe, and he feared that her mother's illness.
1m 1 of his beloved wife he fell he would die by suffocation. Miss Winnie Tucker of Ocala is the
".p I ii death was not unexpect- But when he was taken to the hos- pleasant guest of her sister. Mrs.
P4 il. himself knew and felt its ap- pizal a large quantity of fluid was Hannawalk.r.
*rac h ard %as not afraid to meet it.;drawn away from near the lungs, Mr. I. C. Walker. our night marshal,
I* i *'-n.-ous to the last. ant which gave. him quick relief. and he has returned home. after spending a
k*. *'11w *htt hand of that gentle Sa- I !,
t- to: thert could lie, down and breath., ,as- few week- with re-latives at Gaines-
S A. ls.. prte.-pt he had so longily. His siffprings w-er not all over. vil!e.
and f t it.l., tollow.1d and Taught in lu, at the last, conscious of he. pres- Mrs. MIarti:. on. of our accom;ili.h-
S, ... would guide hin, ce of th friend-s about him. andl o, *-d .a-ch.-r-, was compelled to go to
' dk a andl -afiyth- Saaior ha: ua so d,.ar ,o him h-r homen- i! Orla on account of ill-
1.'- 2'ntly (,a., l to bre-atht,. anI "'was nf-,s W\V iiop), for her earl r~ T.ii:n.
i Si: S ottsylv".- nol r rGo i took him. S ;.Tn:),'-r '". Mr V 1I MlC(- ar-ii of No. 4 l,,
.. ., \ ,. in 1 2. a d ,,. ,, Now Ti beT .l," is a r.-> bi,. was. ,as : own on impo.'tant
. '2 .. ..f :, ,r *hilit-n lit wa ,i,.- wife of hls ou'h i;i th.. l.,n, Oa:.k b i, .i S:v'irday.
". t" ." I:A' ."4 'I ' an l'y ;iL '' n..*'l' -r. L- ,-e-iir FI;a;ida. an r,,f Fl!, *' t -t'. ) Ala;hul t o
I ., ) ; ,* ,'; .. (',onf,' -a' i, ),,l i.- fur. \. : ib .- ;'*. -t -; < ,ati .i l and Sun.l with
,, ' *.- 1 *n liftS:I,-. ;nld hi R :' i,
S ** l. . A.,E. "t vear. later:, e A FRIEN ). 1 1 s r t rn
.l t', .- a'l life with the is B,E-lleview. Fla ( tob.r ... lis from Feir annual trip to New
honi,- 'roni annual trip to New

ehur, t. .4 .,| ;a- alwa,.- a zealous and
faithful f..Olow *.r and expounder of it-
It*-a hintI H. was also a Mason atili
aS. Nib F. lli o a firm believer in lith
br%' t,. 'ht-oo- of man. never turning a
4 1at ia '1 the cry of distress: al-
was- r,-A.l% to assist: and help a fallen
m'br it**. was the founder and su-
p.*-tit'.r*-i.lnt of our Sunday school.
and to% his .nergy and devotion kept
s. alaie all during our dark days of
ads. rri At first he was almost en-
ttrel, uias-isi-d in his efforts. but
t.** n '-rI *Nl..paired. and now we have
theb largest and most flourishing Sab-
bo'oh t-, hiil on *he lake-a fit and glo-
iMuU monument to his memory.
Fo'r ian% y,.ars he had been our
ju ,t'.* o.f th,. peace; a righteous
juis:. but more eminently a peace-
make- atil there are but few of the
itA.l-r residents who have not cause to
rent nril-r his kind deeds and advice.
H- .as also our efficient postmaster.
ant,' .,t, ommodating and courteous
to a'l and in this community he will
t1 K*:a',1 missed andl his death i:-
*io'irjro-. tiy e\'.r one.
M. to..a a ..hor'. .swe.-t service. con-
,it', ,i <' Capt H W. Long. was held
at th, home. and a large number of
ho fro-ntds. anlI n'-ichbors followed, his
twoi *'o the train at noon. Mr. James
1 Sin'hl of Clarksville. Tenn.. a
broth ir oft his devoted wife. accom-
panie.! th remains to that city for in-
tern-,. '
Mr- Sniath leaves a widow and four
ctaidroen Io mourn the loss of a devot-
e husband and a loving and indul-
,mt father To them out hearts go
et' in s, sympathy Words of mortal
tongru can convey no comfort 'to them
ms tb.* ftirs hours of desolation, but
tamw and the consciousness that it is
amt 'all of life to live. nor all of death
to die will bring peace and resigna-
tion May the God of the widow and
orphan send them consolation.


When Charles O'Malley Foy went
assa 'o the land where the inhabi-
tanta say "I am sick." a real
***od time gentleman" left us. Not that
hts %-ar' were so many-he was only
&'-- tut theie' was always a chivalrous
courier, that we rarely see in these
* *das a |wliteness that was not a mere
tirnm IT emanated from a heart that
Saai oe,'rtloning with kindly feelings.
that found expression in kindly words
"d dteds
%. ha'e nter known a person so
thoroughly. unselfish as he. it was al-
*as- others first, and self last.
Epw.ciall. was this true in his own
fatail.J 'where -the seamy side of the
rharincte'r i usually shown.
Hi- 'ather died when be was a lit-
ih ,,, and hlit wa" but a boy when
ho. i. at. a to he p in the support of the
tan i'.:
IH. always felt that he could not 1lo
ruuut:h for his Inio htr anti the yolng--
'r children
In all his sicknes. his constant
tItu..t t and effort was to make as
lt'I. trouble ats possible for his care-
taker.. to sale them from any atten-
to ",, him that could be avoided. oi
cl.u trmti knowing how he was suf-

He as a man of exquisite sensibil-
ttie* and ioetic talent. I; was easy
for him to express his thoughts in
ver. His was a mind of a high or-
H. nee''r was at a loss for words to
cIhr1t and torcably express the ideas
that came with a steady flow No sub-
t aoulm bw introduced that he could

tm st..iligen;l.> converse upon.
Ie tas a members of the Baptist
hrst and led a moral life But In
Sks last illness he felt that he had not
c. earlier %oAs. but had follow-
to Satior at a distance, and in
bit, wnitnct- he sought and found
v*entes for his wanderings. Then

ITEMS FROM OKLAWAHA Y(,rk. v"h ir -het hah b'en tor elect
f;.ll ,oods o!-" hter father's store .
Spe ial Cor. Ocala Bannii Miss Hel'-n White- is teaching in
There was quite a good deal of ex- 11rs. Martin*s place while the latter is
citement here Sa'urda\ near the tn Ocala.
home of Dr. Henry A horse, hitched We are glad to weome Mr. Heck-
to a wagon. became frightened and ard and family to our midst.
ran away. colliding with another team. Miss Flossi4 Turnipseed went down
Both wagons were almost complete-ly. Stanton to spend a week with her
demolished. We are glad to say. how- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
ever, that no one was hurt. Leavengood.
Mrs. J. B. Martin was the gus: of Mr. (harly Hopkins made a busi-
Mrs. H. W. Henrv Saturday. ness trip to Inglis on Saturday.
We are sorry to learn the sad news M. allace Johson has been on
of Mr. Clarence Smith's death. Our the sick list for the past few days.
sympathy goes out to the beraved Mrs. Howell of Gainesville is the
family. guest of her sister. Mrs. Hargraves.
Mr. and Mrs W. M. Tillis and Miss 'f this place.
Mie Holly were callers at Dr. H. W. w are glad to be able to report
Henry's Saturiay .and made our beau- ihat Mrs. Waters. who has been quite
tiful lake a visit. sick. is iniprovin.
1Mr. A. W. Young. our successful Mr. A. .. King went up *o Ocala
merchant. is k-pt quite busy behind Monday on business.
his counters. Contractor Cooper went to Micano-
X\'e ha-d a light shower hers- Tu,.s- I' To spoendI a fw days with relatives.
day. It was much needed. H Flours of Tampa was seen onr
our streets this wee-k.
MOSS BLUFF MENTIONS Mr Eugene- Swindle spent last Fri-
ay 'w.ith friends at Inverness.
Special Cor. Ocala Bann-r w \'r- are )rry to hear that Mrs. Mc-
Orang, athering is th orde- o Credi,- is oin the sick list. Hope she
, !l soon 1.. upl) again.
Mr. and Mrs Sanford of Taampa are COLEMAN'S CABBAGE CROP
visiting th, ir Iparon's. Mr and Mrs.
\V. E. Martin. ('oletman truck growers are in high
WVe are glad to know that Mrs. 'spirits over the prospects of a cab-
IM. Tilli.,, who has h.-en quite sick. is hage ( rop. While the plants are not
up again. 'so large or well advanced as last sea-
Mrs. W. 0. Morrison has beer quite son th, are all strong and healthy
sick for the past few days. ;plants, and while some few have not
Miss Mae Holly of Connor. 'who enough plants to set their crops, oth-
has been visiting her sister. Mrs. W. ers have more than enough to set. out
M. Tillis. leaves today via the A. C. crops twice, and when they get
L. for Ocala. where she will visit rel- through setting out the crops there
staves before returning home.I
natives before returning home. will be a million plants left over.
We are very sorry to learn that The Truck Growers' Assoication
Miss Pearl Tillis is soon to leave us. had a rousing meeting last Monday
The cool mornings make us realize night, and were loud in their praise of
that Jack Frost is not far off. and it the way D. W. Swicord managed the
reminds us of good old hog-killing1 business last season and unanimously
and cane-grinding times. 'elected him manager for another year,
and pledge,! their hearty support to
ITEMS FROM BELLEVIEW hinm for the next season, and he will
mn'anage foar-flfths of the cabbage
Special Cor. Ocala Banner. crop from Coleman this coming sea-
We are glad to report that Mr. and s as the truckerss know that in un-
iMr. Weihe are on the enId. ion there is strength, and are resolved
Mr. Proctor and Bouniie She'll are to be unit.,' -Coleman Cor. in Times-
now down with fever. I'nion.
Mr. has been l:om,' for a
short slay. but has now return d to SUMTER COUNTY TO HAVE A
his work. NEW ELECTION
Prof. Rickards spent Sunday las: a'uval i back ront a
his home at Bradentown
Trip to Suitlr count:.. and reports
.Mrs. Tremere was rt'.-ivilg coni- ;.Lar th, ou y conm' issioners have'
gratulations on her bir'hdtay anni\er-l ,ered another election for th- loca-
sary Wednesday. tio,, of th0, county site, an, thte ha'
Moi2hlay. th 2. W h,. t -tle still goes oni The new # lerion is
fifth anniversary of the marriage of c:'.d for .anuary ;. 1'1".
Rev. and Mrs Thompson. also their
twenty-fifth year in pastoral work THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD
Miss Campbell of Ocala vis;.-'l h,': --
sister. Mrs. Charles Foy. Sa'trlia.v all The Largest. Cheapest and Best News-
Sunday ls paper Published at the Price-
Sunday last Read in Every English-
Mr. Gardener, an o!d \aintl.t :,s Speaking Country
denr of Belle(iew. is en his i-.-tarn I hI in r\iilaa!y b.,tn th-e area:
,th'r4 olif e Thr:'-'-a-\ -,ek edition of
'he N.,w Y',,r W\orn i ',, pi)l'sl' ;he
THE HOG WILL HAVE TO GO ir. ; Yr ,ia ordr th- 'h
i--* !ta' accurate '' r'i f rpo'Ter-" of wha' has
An election was held Tuesday. Oc- happened. I[; tells the truth. irrn.-
.... t S .' t. irn i srl No siet'tiv e of part for that reason
,n'o,.t .,. .. it has achi.\-,i a posi'ton wi' h '.e t
19. under the new hog law passed by uniqile. ainong papers of i's
the la.t legislature It looks like the c;a-s.
hg will ha'e to go fromn these' par's. Th, su,;scrittion season i now aa, '
bos wilh og foterhe, pat:"s', "ani and this is 'he bhs offer -h.a'
The largest percentage of oters t !l be made to you
ed out that has been known in twentty if you l ant the .'ws as it reall y
years. which shows the sentiment o( is. subscribe to the Thrice-a-Week
the district There were 4t y'es je'.:.'on of th, New York World. which
tha distr 1 hogs an 'an coatns ,o you e rv o her day, r.xe;-
cast. 19 for hogs. and aaint hogs. Sunday an, is 'hus practically y a dan-
with J blanks. There were about tenx l a. ,he price of a weekly.
names left on the poll list who dii The Thrice-a-\Wee-k Worlds regular
not come out to oe and half of these s'ubscription price is only $1 per year.
noa come out to oe. his pays for I i' l'a')ers. WX of
had not paid :heir poll tax: then here ftr this unequalled newspaper andi
are some others who have died or the Ocala Banner Weekly i together i
moved out of the county since the las' for Ole year for $1..;5.
.oe-- 'ih ., "t- about TIT r, gularl <,', rition ;." c of;

general eietiu. the o paprs i
seventeen people li ing in the district
who wanted to vote the hog out. bu' S. T. SISTR.'NK. Clerk. 1'-15
were not registered. They expected NOTICE
we re nst.tion book to be opened. 1910 state and county occupation il
th reistra uo licenses will be due and payable Oc-
but there is no authorization by law tober 1. 19t9. Please give this mar-.
he... .--.r were left behind. ter your Prompt attention.


The undersigned, intending and pro-
posing to organize a corporation under
the general laws of Florida, relating
to corporations for profit, and the acts
of the legislature amendatory thereto,
hereby make and publish the follow-
ing articles of incorporation and pro-
posed charter, viz:

of o6se this the 2th day ato Otober.
A. D.. 1909.
J. P. let District, Marion Co., Fa.
Notice of Intention to Apply fore Let-
teore Patent
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned will. on the lst day of De-
cember, A. D. 1909, apply to the gov-
ernor of the state of Florida, at Tal-
lahassee, Florida. for letters patent
upon the foregoing articles of incor-
poration and proposed charter.
Wl^.- thI- Oftjhkl A- ^ n -t 1- I & -b^

I. tis the 26ta uday or october. A. u.
The name of the corporation shall 1909.
be Ocala Fertilizer Company, and its .1. M. MEFFERT.
principal place of business shall be J. K. CHRISTIAN.
at Ocala. in Marion county, Florida.' .1. H. TAYLOR.
with its branch offices at such other W. 1)D. CARN.
places as the hoard of directors may E. L. WARTMANN.
from time to tin'w- ,leiernate. PF. x. BISHOP.
II 10-29-5t.

The general natu:,- of the business
!o bh- transacted bi.- rhe corporation is
*o mix. manufacture. buy and sell
comrurc;:i! f,'riliztzrs of all kinds
an.! of :all "ra).1-s ; in t '\ acqli:'-..
ow InI. se-ll. l-ase. nior''aa.'. or' o"thr-
Sxi.- de-al in lands. uinl.iine.s. stock.
rea! e--ta,t personal )pr)Trr'y. and
-'u.'i h r p ,'op.-:t as may ic-s-
.-ary andI iiC-ii.-n, r *o 'its g-,n''iral char-
act-'rr an: tl '(:rdlIct of i's bli ns ri -s.
The corporation will enza.,- in thet
nixingg, imani:faci1ui' '. 1uyiUn anld s' ll-
ina comnmiercial frtiliz.'rs, ftrtiliztr
materials, chemicals. ph(os;hat rock,
gnanlo anld such other and
materials as it may leem-ni profitable.
It will engage in buyin., ginning
and selling cotton and cotton seed. in
the crushing of cotton seel. and the
manufacture of cotton see'l meal and
of cotton seed oil.
It will engage in the general mer-
chanlise business. It will engage in
a general seed business, to buy and
to sell, flower, vegetable and farm
seeds of all kinds.
It shall have power to build and
construct such stone, brick, masonry.
metal and wood works and buildings
necessary for the proper conduct of
its general business.
It shall have power to cnostruct
railroad spur tracks and tram car
tracks, such as are necessary to the
proper conduct of its general busi-
ness. and shall have power to operate
same. It shall have power to buy, ac-
quir., own. sell. lease, mortgage lands.
real estate and personal property ne-
cessary to the proper conducting of
its general business, and to market.
sell. ship or otherwise dispose of its
products. It shall have power to op-
erate its factory, roads. mills and
The amount of capital stock author-
izeil is the sum of Twenty Thousand
Dollars ($20.000). which will be divid-
e- into two hundreds shares of the par
value of One Hundred Dollars per
share. Not loss than fifty per cent.
of ih, authorized capital stock shall
bhe subscribed for and paid for in cash
11 frore the company shall transact.
under i';s corporate seal. any busi-
noss. All of the authorized capital
stock may be issued and paid for at
such times, and on such terms and
conditions as the board cf directors
may designate.
The term for which the corporation
shall exist is ninety-nine years. The
officers who shall, conduct the busi-
ness of the corporation will be a pres-
idtent. vice president. a secretary, a
treasurer, and a board of directors not
exceeding seven in number. All of
whom shall be elected by the stock-
holders at the first regular meeting
of the corporation and yearly thereaf-
ter. The secretary and treasurer may
or may not be one and the same per-
The first regular meeting of the
corporation to select permanent offi-
cers, shall be held second Tuesday in
March, 1910.
The names of th, officers who will
conduct the business of the corpora-
tion until those elected at the first
regular meeting are: .1. M. IMeffert,
president; J. K. Christian. vice presi-
dent: W. D. Carn. secretary: J. H.
Taylor. treasurer, andl .1.M. Meffert. J.
K. Christian. W. D. Carm. E. I.. Wart-
mann. F. W. Bishop. J. II. Taylor. di-


Notice is hereby given that. the un-
ihraignei incorporators will apply to
:he Honorable W. S. Bullock. judge of
the circuit court for the tifth judicial
circuit o the state of Florida on the
1st Day of November, A. D. 1909
for approval of the following charter:
Anid he unlersigned hereby asso-
ciate tht niseivv's together for the pur-
pose of becoming incorporated under
the laws of the state of Florida for
:he transaction of the business set
forth in the following charter:
This organization shall be known
and incorporated as The Christian
Benevolent Aid Society of Florida.
Its chief place or business and its
headquarters shall be at Reddick, In
Marion county, Florida.
The purpose and object of this or-
ganization is for charitable and b,-
nevolent work, and fraternal union.
and as such society, or lodge, to assist
the needy, visit and care for the sick
and bury the dead of its members.
Any person of good character of
either sex, between the ages of fif-
teen and sixty-five years. may, upon
application at any regular meeting,
be admitted to membership, by bal-
lot of a majority of the members pres-
This corporation shall have succes-
sion by its corporate name for ninety-
nine years.
The names and residences of the
subscribing incorporators are as fol-
Green Rutland. Reddick. Florida.
Moses B. Bennett, Reddick, Forida.
Frank J. Rutland Reddick. Florida.
Beauregard Johnson, Reddick, Flo:-
Ralph Heath, Reddick. Florida.
The officers who shall manage th-
affairs of this corporation shall be
designated as follows: Grand Chief,
Grand Vice Chief. Grand Scrib.,
Grand Treasurer and Chaplain; and
such officers shallalso form and be a
Board of Directors for the conducting
and management of the business of
the organization, to be elected annual-
ly on the first Monday in Novembee
of each successive year, by ballot of
a majority of the members present in
regular meeting of the association.
Green Rutland, Grand Chief; Mo-
ses B. Bennett. Grand Vice Chief;
Frank J. Rutland. Grand Treasurer;
Ralph Heath, Grand Scribe; Beaure-
gard Johnson. Chaplain, who shadl
manage the affairs of the organization
until the first election under the chat-
The by-laws of this corporation
shall be male. altered or rescinded
by a committee appointed for that
purpose, and subject to approval -)f
and by a majority of the members
present at any stated regular meeting,
the times for holding which shall be

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rectors. established in the by-laws. Notice is hereby 'iv-n ,i all cre*
V. ARTICLE IX-laws. itors. distributes and all W'her pwr

The highest amount of indebtedness The highest amount of indebtedness sons having claims against the- *
or liability to which the corporation to which this cororra:ion may subject at of am H w
can ar any rime subject itself will be itself shall nevpr be greater than -.,-3 to present the same 'o tv. un te'rwag
Twenty Thousand Dollars ,$21,4' 111), itwo-rhi'rdsi of the value of the prop- ed administratrix. '+.lvy pro* n wil
VI. ertv htel,1 by it. in one y'-ar from 'hi s lat,.
The names and resiiences of -h ARTICLE X. Dated, Ocala. Fla.. AU ",,', I ***
'ibseribers and thi. amount of the Th- amount of the value. of the real VIOLET ; IPWR
capital stock subscrried 1,y ach are Pesate h-ld by the association shall .As Administratrix of the. Es' '- of
as follows he suhbj.ct to the approval of the cir- W -. wer t
.T. N1. .MetT-rt. (Oc:la. Fla.. tt-n cutir juriep of thi- fifth h judicial circuit -
sha:'rs afore:.aid. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
H L. Dick on 3M(clntos;h Fla.. '-n ;REEN RUTI.AND.
shares .(MOSES B. BENNETT. Department o.f '- ftn'prior
J K. Chr:sian. !Int'>h.. I. :.n FRANK .1. RITLAND. U. S. Land Ofm'e. a: Gae,.iall-.
3 have-. RAI.PH HEATH, October 2 1 *
E. I. Warrran!;. :i- ra. Fa ,.-i: HE.\X'RE(;ARD JOHNSON. Notice is hrby u Con ha u t 9
.1 H. T; .i f Floria, incorporator.;. Smith of Summ.erfl.'.l Flo)r.l. wit
Tv" a a.. on of Fioria on January 1. 19,m) mad h,-o.--*1t4
h, 1 F -nriv arl'n ( 'nIyt -ntry No. 2946:: 'Se-ril n-imhr
Xsh esV. I) ) l F wn.-tiv ; r ro.-,n .a ,.iy commission d n3- n ) ,l37) for southeast qua:*-.r ,ot rb
sharF s B s 'a'. publicc for the s'a lt of Florida. x-st quarter and s-o'h.--, iar.r
F. XV -'i .- A' i a.. tiv;-rsonally (amnte (Grpn Rultland, one of southeast quarter. ,@e ,ion :, *-o

h R Ch(l z- it- F'-r" tlFa n oriorators. and an officer of ship 17. south. range. : *.a**-' r.l
shares h ( 'h a e namdl organization, who. hassee meridian, has fi'.,lI n.,, .,
sharks Bow O. .!: d'iuly sworn. deposes and -1- intention to make final 41%. ..4 pr

har- Br O lars inT,!ir oarh, that "he purposes to) stablisb claim 'o heh. lan: a bhove
Sand objects for-h therein. it is in- (described, be-fore rth. erl.,rk f -,. ,rt
W T. g ari (,a a l ' o' sha .' t il otod faith 'T carry out, and uit court at Ocaloa. l a ,in h
.1 1.. tiley Fs.ti.:eti. la three further that he. 'ogerhel' with t'je 10th Day of November. ION.
S1 Izlar. Oala Fth inc. oriorars. signed thr Claimant names as wi.n,-'.-
A [.. zlar. O-a0a. F1. -tw stiares. ..nam6,s as above, and he also asknowl- Willis Wilber of O'ala. Fkprdas
XX. N ('amp. Ocala. Fla.. '!.n shares. dses 'o mre that he did in his name DeXWitt Smith of Oxf)ori. liriisa.

shCare,.nce (amp. Ort FIa tn as su n incorporator wi'h the others Jack Griggers, of Oxftord F ,or4a
sha M M. FFERT Ja -mren Rutland. John Davis of Oxford Flort4a
.1 Seaworn to. aand also acknowledge, HENRY S CHI|HH
H. L. DICKSON ,S4eal ,ecr :no 'his Seprtembeor 27th, 193. 1) Ritr
E. I.. \XART.MANN. (Sea.l No'arv Publif for the State of Florida.i
XW D. (CARN S- al., M. commission expires April 16rh. NOTICE
JNO. H. TAYLOR. 'S.-al, 1 2. 1,-1.
F. W. BISHOP. iS al, In the Circuit Cour' of *. F'-'. '
.OUIS R ('HAZA.. Sea! INSPECTORS OF ELECTION dicial Circuit of Flori.- ., i f,
JAKE BROWN. ,S al .Marion i -unty-In Ch'a ., r,
X\'V. T. GARY TSai Th- board of county commissioners, Susan Taylor. Comp:.',.i ., E.
L. IZLAR. Seal a their eirdg fr October appoint- war Taylor. Dsf.-ndan'- Or ). rw
JOS. .. WILEY. ,S a a ir n for Otoberappoint- 'onstructive Service
V. N. CAMP p ,-a l.: ed th- folklwing inspectors for the t is ordered that 'he- l.'
CLARENCE ('AMP iS-a:.. special election to be held in election herein named,, to-wi, t Taikw
Pnlersigndl authority for -ffrth. di-trict No. 19. Marion county. Flor- be and he is hereby rquir.1 t sp
n. K rsrn ithori. Dicson..L.ida. on October 26. 199: R. G. All- pear to the bill of complain,' 1-.t *1
Dickson L. n cor 1 his couse on or bfor
Var'rnann. J. H. Taxlor. W. D. Carn.'sopp. R. A. Kelsey and W. A. Guthrey, Monday, the 12th day of Nevemueew.
F W. Bis.hop. L. R. Chazal. Jake inspectors: E. L. Stafford, clerk. ls

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Department of the lntrtr.
United States Land Obt
Gainesville. Fla.. Oct. 25. 19.
To Whom It May Concern
Notice Is hereby given that r J
O'Hara, transferee of the PlFkr4
Central and Peninsular Railrued 4 i
pany, has filed in this office a tse of
lands situated in the townships 4w
scribed below and has applied for tAw
approval of said tracts. rthe, ,h iis,
is open to the public for in-p.- *ep
and a copy thereof by d.irtri,*. ,uj
divisions has been posted :n e
venient place in this offtie f,, .. !
section of the public ge-n.-r.; uW
all persons intt-res'e.
Within the n. xt :" .1i w
ing th-e date of this :o ; -. .
contests ag inst; th.- ,. .'
company ti) any 'rat
within any section. :.. .
'ions. described in I. .
ground that the s.i:,. s
idle for mineral ha.: '
purposes. will *** h .
for report to the L . i I : ,l -
at Washington. 1) C.
East half northea.:: ,i :a-.* *%
half northwest iuart.r a'l .. *.-
quarter northwest iiar", r .
township 12. soith. ra;i -
Northwest quarter -.!.u h~.- ..-Ae.r-
ter. section 1i. town Phli, '' *, .
range, 23. east.
Southwest quart.r r.-,'on lll i II t .-
west quarter northwest juar.r'.
tion 17. and southea.' 'ir .wr-
tion 1S. township It. so)uh rin .- :t.
Southeast quarter <,,'hW.". itAir-
ter, section ?.t;. township 1' 0,6t
range 22. east.
HENRY S. CHI'BB. Rlt4.t-r


In the Circuit Court of the Pifth Je
dicial Circuit of Florida. in and4 6w
Marion County-In Chancery
J. N. C. Stockton. Complainant vs
W. D. Morton et al. Defendlate--
Order for Constructive Servie-
It is ordered that the Idefo.dans
herein named, to-wit: Ella Jones. J P
Jones, John M. Stevens and W (
Goode. James A. Harris and R 7" 1I
lar. Davidge Fertilizer Companv. a
corporation under the iaw of %.w
York. be ar.i they are herebv r-qear
ed to appear to the bill of 'onimplaia
filed in this cause on or before
Monday, the 1st day of Nvevmer.
It Is further ordered that a copy f
this order be published once a e**-f
for eight consecutive we**i.k on he
Ocala Banner. a newsp~a;tp. ub>uhblibd
in said county and state
This 31st day of VAuigitt Iw'to
(Seal.) S. T SISTRItK
C'erk Circui, Court. M:irion ',, P
Complainant's Silli, r, r


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In the Circuit C murt of th,*. F,''h *
dicial Circuit of Floriias in n tor
Marion County-In Chancery
Neil M. Allred, Complainant vs W
W. Clyat,. et al. IDefendants 4or"r
for Constructive Service
It Is ordered that the .*ef.-m4n4-
herein named, to-wit I.lllisa II PaJ-
er. Gabriel T Palmer. W W Haye*s.
John C. Allred and. Mar'tn ). A41tr4.
be and they are hereby r.-quir*. to
appear to the bill of complaint Gled
In this cause on or before
Monday, the let Day of Nfevenmr.
It is further ordered that a "opy -0
this order be published "once & *oM
for eight consecutive weeks ti the
Ocala Banner, a newspaper puablb ed
in said county and state.
This 26th day of Austst. 1909
(Seal.) S. T 81TRT'NK.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Cu PI
Complainant's Solicitor 4-91


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Phone 48





Ballard's Obelisk and Patapsco

Superlative Flour

Oh! Ham

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

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

"The Ham what am."



Tetley's Orange Pekoe and Mixed
Tea. Magic Yeast.

Full line Staple Groceries


Ogaqsts a. th Cleopatra of South

(Mee-4Ilw'rt Piayson Terhune is
lins%111UsiK nit"'y artirels for the New
Tart ,urM ld 4 Famous American In-
4tim sthch are- botih interesting and
wrlnuIW-1. The- on.- we print below
0 oUiantlw-r 44 All. or at least
p, f h-ni show the avaricious
01' f i,- There was
btli i Christ Ilk- in the white man's
imnw-iit W f the- American Indian.-
ad ann-' I
Icst ',t, i ,tik a lr i.,,, i- n14lW Silver Bluff. S. ('.
as i I l Spianiiard in full ar-
vow %%. t!- *ii'tlirriled upon a gaudy
*A& *-*" aI,! aoitit him were
"64 i, e la;nil otf Lard>. travel-
s ., ,'itr.- T!:. mtitan was Fer-
sarid i- 4 4l il, i- alli Ithose of
a i %. i i.\ tli i o' ti e.

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* I~' ill 4 1-lIt'' 5 t*ba-t
a -~ itt'i'- ~ x','fli -

It I I t
1'. Spanil:- r t o -

It" fln .

l 'i t ,,t a hr1 1. PNit iTI
i, t i i'\\ ,l. l)t hi' n -.In.
bet . .. . , r.e ,',a to .i' h''

I .1 '- *I U h'- A t 1111011 Slih.
i .'. t ':';. i ;ni -thr.,'" i,' in"
.,. ,. ..I \, r ,.,iloration.' hop'e In
t *,i' ..11t- ,lrld ha, l iaro i- .is

.a i 'lint ,-w. Cofaclhiqu i by nanit.
elms i I,. ',he ,C'of ',lach it rih and l wa
arJmt' '1 .r 'in ~old,' s ilvr and elou-
S' i ..- L .ike' mort Shpaniards of\
he**' d'nil. IS.itaht ad his men erve
as r It.I \or Ii.! tIhey scruple to
le or t utiltri-eat any Indian. They
wrw .holl e xtined over the o lie of gs
4.r I n.ahiqu. They forced a cap-.
r-4'i lvdian :o guide him to her chief
'tUr Arriving at the river's bank
ll '-i tNh, villagee on April an. 154A.
lorratio t word in trough and inter-
tet d that 1i0 party had come upon
pmicitiul- mission and asked leave e
pa* hils respets to the princess.
4 'obteyed the summons and made
bre wadlonrwrs we lome to her land.
Nioto asked for food to provision
si etapedition. She promptly granted
b wul mission and easken invited him and
*ift oe to cross the river and be the
Mes of her village while the sacks
d -msl. .j. w-we r sewing cettcted. On

princess to produce all the precious
metals the village could boast.
She meekly consented, and soon a
long line of Indians were bringing to
DeSoto's feet a vast quantity of shin-
ing yellow and white metal. The
Spaniards crowded frantically around
the board; then with curses they
spurned it from them. For the yel-
low metal was nothing but copper
and the shining white substance was
a sort of tin. The wanderers had not
found the El Dorado they expected.
And the friendly Indians and their
princess were made to feel the dis-
appointed men's anger.
But the pearl necklace' was proof
positive that there were previous
stones in the n(ighborbhooil. D)Su
ord-er'-l the Ill rincoss to Tell vlwer.
lihse gems could he found. IBy hilis
time Cofachiqui had learned that her
)peaceful blubjects w\i re no match Ifo'
the -rini, ~.\ 11 arzn.i.l Sp.iiiards. So.
' iT !ihout r i': -tanl (,. SII 'I- ,iheI ti i '-. ;iv T
lt l-ll ]* w e t 1 r( i ii, xv,< .-
!Tx :, 1. \\V iIT 'I I 'h t,('1 '.:. .' i U .
q'I:n ;'i v y of'. i,,;1!ri T i, ;1 1 i\ l tiuI.-
c r i, 1 l; iet ,) nt *II ,I ,r 1,t ,.

f : t') ita ., i' ,!i ,t t -' t 'V

I~' I tI hi. I i \
S ,' .'- A e i 1, 1' i' t4;

'. 1 s :T11i; 1. 11 ,. tt i
S' ( S . .. in l. l i' I r . i
ni .*t, ., il .' ; i l, "i
w' e,]: r: !tld.I n I 'i .aiia I;:'i'ard-

ov' r 'i j T': 'i n i , n i T':!' or in_'- ijsi Nt
e.-1 .i r,+'i !;<'r i.. o l. I' n/'. i .i 'In '

t, t'achi .q i slipiT '. I;ick. ; t'iii he
Shi',e a" ishes a. the sai. l it i, nien-
from histl.iory. For no 'hi. n ir Fin;i .
saw ht r a aiii' As slitx iah familiarr
vite 1'1c. Thii Oi di i O'- in P.; i .t
\dort l is.-reillt T!ir>llz ;e ft V tio bJllLr pe,

ph'lf;to ence with ncild \ i inist.
Sprig l-.i tryt toa not vli', physi lai to
ask adw hice as to his health. In fapoili
pouII5 tones he ahldrus-ed the doctor:
"l-ah-have come to-ah-ask
you-ah-what is-ah---the doosid>
mattah with miili-aion.
-I find your heart is affected." said
the physician. gravely.
"O--ah-have counting els to-ah-ask
"Yes. your lungs are affected, too."
"Yes. your manners are also af-
fected."-London Answers.
Mr. Paul Sabate. one of St. Augus
tine's oldest residents, celebrated his
eighty-fourth birthday today at his
home on SDanish street with a dinner

Not an item was sent out from the
press department last. week. the first
time with such a record for several
months. From October 7 to 26 there
has been a trip made "back home'" to
Avon Park, where the secretary lived
eight years. Headquarters were with
State Citizenship Superintendent Dil-
lty. an.l a round of visits made among
old friends. Brief stops were made in
bustlinze W\auchula. and two nights
were spirnit in the hospitable home
of Mr. (. Quaintance at Lakoland. the,

lptesidaflnt (of Polk divii I)Soto distrtict.
N\e*are k, ji j~icm;flhat Plitt nani (co'01-
1v iS n1t to ha x a'%a et all.!dry cont-

ti~tC4)l\ *il~ini i OrLautdo N o% (,it-
tIt It fo r p i. n n I n'

I.j 1 :' l1- T)!i-!l a itt ')ttn to

i' iir l ,; i: ;i 1 i, i ; !' i
q ,,,.;, o. i !i(rin il c.:l! '. ,.ir, i,,n a; La-
,. ii. .. 1t !, l ; i \ ,-,,!,. ('i ri .i ai;in

i!.\Cl- \.* T()\\ -NS .ND

II i. iln li of sifIo ,ii iuih;; )i p ()r
a, iti. i i,,'it, ( h ni')vr'ain li ,i t i '
can:i i r' e! id upon 1)take ,1he p:.t'
o0f 11., taniily i lctitor. whio ( nnot ail-
waxs I' fo'lliil at the milonllentl. TIhl I
i! is i:.t (' hanii erla ni l.9 iin i<
n ".- f'o:' nd wan'11 in .. In cases ,l.
s{"':ailn (',' w\o;mi.,s and n' is.-
Cha bniiberlain's l.inwinll tlakes oUT 1he
sor-nt'ss alin! ,Iri\ s iaway h' le !)a
Soli th.\ all liriit isT ;'

\Ve' hat\,.' f; le w l past itonl'hi t-lii
,loii.Z soni' li\ery bulsiness.. (ehoigh
lno: on our usual .-alh. \\'e are now
pri'liare.l to uit e ',hie lpe.ople of Ocala
and !he public generally the very
hb st of se,'\i.ce illn livery. Our tleatims
are all goo, sound animals. and the
,,hicles are in the best of .-hape. If
,.Oil want a first class. illup) to da'e turn-
out. just call phone. No. 117. and your
wants will bie inimediately supplied.
We always have on hanl a corps of
good. competent drivers for ;he ac-
commodation of those who desire
them. In fact we are now prepared
to handle all kin4s of first class busi-
ness in our line. We especially ask
our former patrons to give us a share
of their patronage. assuring them that
we shall, as in the past, extend to
them every courtesy that lies in our
power in order that they may have
prompt and efficient service. Solicit-
ing your livery business, we are,
Yours truly.





We carry a full line of Staple and

Fancy Groceries which are always



Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffees.

Royal Scarlet Canned Goods, Hudnut's

Grits and Meal, Star Hams and Break-

fast Bacon,



And a full line of Feed


We take second-hand

exchange for groceries. Doi

sacks. Bring them to us and get your- money out

of them.

We Take Chickens a)d Eggs iqi Trade at Market Prices



As a resul' of instructions received
yesterday from Mr. Henry M. Flagler
all supplies for the relief of the Key
West sufferers will be handled free of
charge over the Florida East Coast
railway and the Peninsular and Occi-
dental steamship line.
Mr. Flagler directed that all sup-
plies intended for the sufferers should
be transported free when consigned
to Mayor Fogarty of Key West. This
action of Mr. Flagler is most timely
and will greatly aid the relief work,
as it will enable many to send food,

high testimonial of his character.-
St. Augustine Record.

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
become famous for its cures of
coughs, colds, croup and influenza.
Try it when in need. It contains no
harmful substance and always give;
prompt relief. Sold by all drug-
gists. m
I served in Capt. Robt. Bullock's
company in the Indian war, about
1857, and wish to make my claim for
pension. If there are any of my com-
rades living they will do me a great
favor by assisting me with their tes-
timony. Please answer. .Tanner


Asthma Retdy
Gives prompt an.I .,.qta.. ,, *.f
every case )el4 h 4rg .
Price Trial it
mIall. 1, *nIs
Sold by Tydings Q 'o
911116ust we.




Successor to A. Brown & Bro.




and we guarantee satisfaction

corn and oat sacks in

n't throw away your old

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