The Ocala banner
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00562
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1909
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00562
 Related Items
Related Items: Ocala morning banner
Preceded by: Ocala banner-lacon

Full Text







- I*C~,,,,,_

Chi i


is a bitter dose


25c. per bottle only at




Local and Personai

IO It %, Isone. sps lit M'(ndy: ;I:,
|a on lousiness.

With.ii A itling the fair don't fail to
tatine the new pencil sharpener.

Mrs, R 0 Connor is spending carni-
t***-k with Jacksonville friends.

A Krwat deal of interest is already
t.rtrlng on the Boozer corn contest:.

MI.' leIna Geiger of Jacksonville is
iMttabg her brother. Mr. L. D. Geiger.
p4 fanmtl'. In this city.

Mr Henr\ Watterson Tucker did
a irting lor Mr. R. L. Anderson's
Building. It is a very creditable
of work

MEm Margaret Anderson has gone
jo JSckomrvle to visit friends for a
days mat to enjoy the carnival.

Thu frtedsa of Mrs. D. M. Smith
oe be orry to know that she is suf-
-gg with as attack of chills and fe-

Mrs Sylvan McElroy of Orlando
o9 Up Monday to spend a few days
iMb ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. John

iemnr' Kibler and Baski of Dun-
soaowere ew the streets Monday
afl hadsf with their hosts of

um. Law P. Cox of Live Oak is here
a vtdt to her sister, Mrs. P. V.
and will remain for the
fa r.

Mr M. P Scarborough was in Ocala
d ay He paid up for his paper
l vmarked. "Just let it keep com-

Mr. L.4. Graham was in Ocala Sat-
y ea bi. way to Arcadia. to visit
=ea. Mr. Albert Anson Graham,
pal his daughter. Mrs. Hall.
If Yq must drink. see Hogan, and
& *d. pure. distilled whiskey. x
1M6ber *tag day."

Mr Jafes Hemming,. a well known
"agn man of Martel. who is connect-
ed with the Martel Lumber Company.
ipemt Monday in Ocala.

Mr Tison is in Ocala again, and is
gI giest of his friends. Mr. and Mrs.
| ?P. Renit Mr. Tison is from Savan-

|r on.ey. president of the Optom-
e4ry Atsociation. is now kept busy at-
4eading to the duties that this office
l, commit .' to his attention.

Mr. J. H. Malloy. the big trucker of
Aatheby. was In Monday morning aa.d
slppedi lo lng enough to pay for his
assr and to keep it waving in his
esebOld for 1910. I

Mta Mary Platt. who has been viS-
isg relatives tin Kentucky for the
Ca several months, returned home
Semmy Miss Platt has had a most
mJainmbl vacation.

Mrs. Sydney Smith Simpson of Fi-
. is Oca, the guest of her moth-
a,, Ut~ imD-

fl"lll Sulll.,y lopP FI'_ :: ::. x 1
I':!lt. a:.i s!)'!nL the <,;'y d ; i a \L. :.
rt '.,rn' i ,), Ocala T'ue. \ a ,, !.
.lt .- tl' M.I's. ('ia t nc l ;, i :i; i.;!'
,,r t'' f;ir.

M"r. T whorw,;s R. (;;:' :. :
exhihi: of fine chickens ;.:.
ihl v.ill also have a p tu i', otf a hitd-
der pa'an tr.'e one year old. I: is a
tree of his ow@ budding and the pi."-
ture shows that it has made tmos: \:. -
deirful growth. Florida v.ill grow ihi
pecan to perfection.

It is unprofessional for physicians
of the alapathy school to adverIhs
but we notice that some of them n a'.
age to get a good deal of advertising
all the same. There are more wv:ys
to kill a snake than by cutting off his

Dr. W. R. 0. Veal of Martel was a
Monday visitor. He has in his posses
sion the elixir of life, or something-
that always keeps him looking youth-
ful. The older he grows the mort
youthful he looks.

Miss Janie Morgan died one day
last week at the home of her sister.
Mrs. H. V. Simmons, at Lakeland.
Miss Morgan was born at Oxford, in
Sumter county ,and was well known
at several places in. the state wh(re
she had resided. She was only twen-
ty-six years old and her death was
caused by tuberculosis.

Sunday's Times-Union contained
among others a picture of pretty little
Clara Marie Spencer of that city, the
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover
Spencer, formerly of this city. This
little miss will be entered at the baby
show at the Jacksonville carnival this

The fair officials Monday received
what was probably one of the most
interesting exhibits at the fair. It was
several giant bamboo stalks sent in
by Judge Alex. Wynne of Eastlake.
They measure 47 feet in length and
are over six inches in diameter. Bet-
ter proof of the fertility of the soil
around Lake Weir is hardly worth
looking up.

Mr. Samuel P. Anthony, Mr. Oliver
Buckner Howse. Mr. .1. S. Leach of
this city. Mr. F. M1. Harp of Eureka.
and Dr. George Parramore. who re-I
sides across the river, formed a camp-
ing party last week, and were qui;;I
successful. They killed two deer-"
buck and a doe-and quite a number
of smaller game. Messrs. Anthony.
Howse and Leach returned Sunday.

Miss Sallie Camp. who has bhe',I ab-
sent from the city for the past three
weeks, returned home early Sunday
morning. Miss Camp visited in Lo'u-
isville. Ky.. Roanoke, Va.. and in Sa-
vannah. Ga. At the latter place she
was the guest of her sister. Mrs.
George Armstrong. Miss Leta Camp
will remain in Savannah with her sis-
ter for some time longer.

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ludwig
Hirsch of Jacksonville spent Monday
In Ocals with Mrs. Hirsch's sister,
Mrs. Royal E. Cole, at Mrs. Perdue's.
Mrs Hirsch was formerly Miss Bertha
Kineman of this city, and has many

THE FIRST OFFICIAL TOUR!NG !Da\is. owner and driver. George Wat-1
CARS ison. observer. Left, 7:02.
Following this, the last of the com-
Leave Tampa at 6:30 and Reach Ocala peting cars, came the' press car, the
All Along from 2 Until 4 Times E-M-F ":;'," owned by Editor I).
Tui sday. November 2,.. was the day B. McKay. In this car was Mr. Mc-
(s'ctifd for the first endurance con-! Kay. starter. .n I Secretary of the
test over thl- official route fronm Tan,- Contest McConaha, and the driver.
pa to .Iicksonviile, via Brooksville.. The Prizes
Dunnellon. Ocala. Gainesville and i First prize for touring car contest-
Starke to Jacksonville. Tampa Times cup and a five-acre tract
To the Tampa Times largely be- o,f land in Zephyrhills Colony.
longs the credit for creating a senti- Second prizes for touring cars-$l10
rient and first blazing the way for the in gold.
establishment of this route. First prize in runabout contest-
The cars left Tampa early Tuesday Tampa Automobile Club trophy or
morning. The endurance cars were $150 in gold and a lot in Zephyrhills.
preceded by a confetti car that went Secon 1 prize in runabout contest-
in advance, and distributed confetti $1lo in gold.
along the route, so there would be no I First prize in miniature tonneau

mistaking it, and would place all the
cars on the same footing.
There were the following entries
for the respective prizes:
Tampa Times Trophy-Touring Cars
..i r ; .. ...... ......... S
Chalnler-s-Detroit "': .." . . ... . 3
Cadilla- ":;'."....... ... ... .... 4
(h lners-D. roit ": . . . . 1 !
F' ':. .i 'in M ,, (, . . . . . . 5
S.' . . . ... ..... ......
R. . . . . . . . 1 0

contest-Tampa Automobile Club tro-
phy or $150 in gold.
Winners of cash pi:zr,- nave the op-
ition of accepting money or trophies
'of equal value.
First car reached Ocala at 2:04,
making the run from Dunnellon in one
hour and five minutes.
As the cars would arrive they were
ii mni-diately piloted to the garage of
tha' Ocala (Ga-. Engine Works. where
Shey were provided with oil. gasoline
jor anything else in that line.
*A num ber of private cars, not being

-. ,.- '.' tcm:' .',, GC ub Trophy f-ji*,:1 tIL. contetsia.nts. In these cars
Rabts |wt '-c itnurmber of ladies, and as they
No. I;pass"d the clhcker's stand, in front
S. .. .... 1 )I h' ('o t house, they were loudly
'......... ... ..... 17 cheered. The occupants of these cars
ld.'i "':," ... . ... 1. w rt or.iewhat dust-covered, but all
Ford ...... .. ... ............ 2 avowe I they were enjoying the trip
:':\' ;i ,,Mo ,:- H...... ... . .. .. '2I to the tmos', and di,! not seem to lhe
Amtrican Traveler.......... .. 7one paicle fatigued.
Tar.pa Autcmobile Club Trophy for
Baby Tonneau
No. It is with sincere regret that this
Frmi,.r "3"... ... ... ... ..... 11
paper announces 'the death of Mr. 0.
Cadillac "'30........... ........ 9 W. Reagan. The sad event occurred
Ch.lrncrs-Detroit -310T... ... ...... at his home in Brooksville Sunday af-
T> ick. andtticar lifen fTmpa at 5:3 ternoon at 2 o'clock. His death was
:' trck. and was given forty-five mrain- caused from the effects of a stroke of
:'(,s the start of the cther cars, and paralysis a few days before.
when it reached Ocala it had those paralysis a few days before.al for six
many minutes to its credit.
years, and made many warm and de-
A large crowd had gathered in front voted friends here. lie came here
of the Ocala House to witness the ar- from Mississippi as the manager of
rival of the cars in this city. A two- the spoke and rim factory, owned by
foot line had been painted from the the Messrs. Hoopes Bros. & Darling-
court house to the Ocala House curb- ton of Westchester, Pa. The deceased
ings, which was the starting point for was sixty-two years of age, but until
the cars on leaving this city. Mr. Ed- he was stricken with paralysis enjoy-
ward Holder was appointed starter ed very robust health. Beside bhis
and performed his duties faithfully. wife he leaves three sons., Frank, Roy
Following the confetti car was Pres- and Ervine, a daughter, Mrs. Thomas
ident T. Ed Bryan's Premier "30," Johnson, and a host of friends to
with members of the contest board mourn his death.
accompanying him. This car was to The body passed through Ocala
act as a peacemaker, but up to leav- Tuesday op -the A. C. L. railway, en
ing Ocala its kindly offices had been route for Westchester, Pa., where it
unsolicited, was laid to rest.

The cars left Tampa in the follow-
ing order.



VARn n


Then Stick To It.

Here .s something WE KNOW; A d&dar
bank draws others to it. Why? How? B .m
you have seen how easy it is to start and you v, *!
find it still easier to continue by putting all you i:.A
spare in THE BANK

OCALA -IVIe %l ,


From Wednesday's Daily
Our second annual fair ill throw
open its gates today. Those who
have had the management of it have
given their w hole time toi make it a
success. They have toiled with only
one object in view- the ganl ofi he*
county. They have' enlarged he.
space', built an additional grand stand.
multitiiie the stalls an, d .Citt!l i n.
improved t he race t rack. and h .ie
lone everything that fort.-izht c,,Ildl
suggest. with the limrita.d .oiint aof
l1OtI VyV ai t irif dt i-. PO :t1l. '., Il.i. I lie
fair a su.< .ss
\Wte had a ne ut '. it, .I \ i ,
terday aflt' rto',n ;.:I I '.ipt ss. ... i tI
l'yl's. onL. of the jludl '' S 11aid L.** ~. .1
that h htad nllv Ill; t !4 -, 1 I 'l '*
fair vw n 'lI w a l,,i a e. 1 1 i a* ,
;"; good a.()\\ .. l" w t .t t .,.11
W e ar*' p alae Ils. d t< no<' a; .
enitlhusia.i t l ;as *t),a n a teli".',' e ilt It.
part (if thle ftrnri ,,' .ml I .ir. ,r -
sens. pc: i~ ll\ in th. I' ,. ..V 'i
(a hlta.'-t. a;nit itf i! .0I I e e 'L t. :
nmort than to( i ;i-e 'I lt 11
of the c n' ( lil f i .\11% ill \ .' I ',
~.til .sell. hio la I ti. : I r .1 ,h- .
W e w arnt :i- it 111.111 .14 i a *
it. It is ;I t: I' e I 111, r 1 .,
tainted and i e! tiel "i .I l i\ e ..i
our (')11nit\ into 1.1opin l o,'ll 4,1Ail
thereby taniefln t <,i'h i li,.- it .t n
directly.. \,.ry lcltjen ,,ir .
We are ar parepl' teo av 'ha ia..e.
Who are niativs' ih1 ',1 II. p tI, j A a e
born" w ll be .Igr -,.eeUI>I rpi ~. I .,'
the vari.'ft ant i ,,teit ',.. ef or *
exhibits alld to th(,*'. e% li>t .ar' **'* in
era within our gnt".- will ite|. ,*
be a revrlation


The mU,,--ing of the .1. o 1, .,n,
Saturday aftrrnoMn lwth it,-. Kait.
Weathers tao (or. of th.- I ,o' *.* itsh*
ful of the partile. *t.** in <4kals 14t
winter Mis Wefat be.e eeitIealli>ed
her gusts t u her customaaryv lhrmera
meaner and nothing was kl-ft ma4d*
in maklog the afterswonue a perftT i>
There were five. tabhle-u of plav.rw
e'ntertalned. unit (irngrr-m** *ile
Was the game for tho afl'rontes is
steadi of bridgeir* has het*. pa,**4

No. 8-Premier "30" touring car, E. heretofore in th. ,lus
Ed Bryan, owner. Driver, B. P. Farns- The iarno *.r* tr-ati
worth. Dr. J. C. Knight, observer. The educational department of the rTeulted in ro an.dfor
Woman's Club of Ocala had begun tc
Left 6:15. take steps to secure benches to put in ig th hegh..o.,t -f-ire'
No. 11-Premier baby tonneau. Dr. ro s^ eet a herh r gane
3No. elPremoer baby tonneau. Drr. the yards of our public school, as they r,,uhirse 'jIIt IKam-
J. S. Helms, owner and driver. He w eret powi adequr ,,f te,,. ,tf >-'a,
is also official physician for the tour. of any kind. The subject was broach- liie,. and l t pt la. ,,
Tucker Savage, observer. Left, 6:32.d by a member of the club to Mr unu ll A trt
No. 3-Chalmers-Detroit "30." Isaac Marcus Frank, who with his accuse Th.,e rE rl ,
Craft, owner. D. M. Hyde. drive. T. tomed generosity and public spirited.' r** *e-'li t." oili
C. Folsom. observer. Left, 6:34. tomed generosity and publ pilth ., ,., f ,
I ness, offered to donate the benchest
No. 4-Cadillac "30;" entered from for this purpose. "n- to' w a fo ,.
St. Ptersburg by Ed T. Lewis, who Frank i one of of thi .t ,
drove it. Henry Bevens, observer. Frank is one of ou.i most a 1 nt
drove it. Henry Bevens, observer. uprising and progressive youting tl. b , .t
Left, 6:36. iness men, and he is certainly d.le :1' '' ' ,
No. 14-Chalmers-Detroit "30." Per-ivote of thanks in the matter *, '
ry G. Wall, owner. Spencer Snow, dri-enches for the school yard- \1
ver. J. N. Holmes. observer. Left.:
6:40. W N. Camp rode out tto Il- '-t, '
No. 15-Franklin touring car, C. W. About ten miles wett of Ilushnol'l l.a '
Greene, owner and driver. J. N. Bry-; Wedniesday in company w ilh T it L' 'i- I.
an, observer. Left. 6:42. jPierce. Mr. Camp has aho, u : i(. -' 4.
No. IS-Chalmers-Detroit. baby ton- in oranges. The treets iar I! ni, \"
neou. H. E. Snow, owner. B. R. Hin- edition. A full crop will he .~,:;,l.. .,
son and Herman Smith, drivers. T. .l.They are t present shipping' ; \
L. Brown, observer. -Left, (.44. es per day. The Camip r,\- i a I- ,
No. 2-Maxwell runabout. V. A. of what the land can pr'odua it, .i-i.
JIaU ct witij r a' I i Ph s [Dor- B i h i 1l ITh z'.ianu..' a .* I e

J.ames. llowner ana iver. ra wsimuo ujti D i ie'i i ousanl." .t I <1 I i : ,1 n r1
many. observer. Left, 6:4(. hammock land near BushnilI i- 11,r,,I
No. 5-E-M-F "30" touring. Horace tivated for the want of capital I....',
Williams. St. Petersburg, owner and if put in cultivation would in a \.";

driver. Albert Fisher, observer. Left,
No. 6-Reo touring car. F. A.
Woods of St. Petersburg, owner. R.
J. W. Taylor, observer. Left, 6:5)0.
No. 10-E-M-F "30." Capt. H. L.
Johnson. owner. Left, 6:52.
No. 12-Ford runabout. D. F. Ow-
en, owner and driver. Bruce Neff, ob-
server. Left, 6:54.
No. 13- Hudson "20." E. G. Hes-
ter, owner. M. J. Cary, driver. John
S. Long, observer. Left,' 6:56.
No. 16-E-M-P "30." Tampa Har-
-- -A Wom. t rnvn.mnx,. vr -

years double the money exp ndi .i
Bushnell Cor. in Tampa Trilbuni

It will be gratifying to the mmron
Ocala friends of Mr. Eugene HIarm'*'
to- I-.r- lm -- S a- -F 19 -I -- ae1

. tw s I '.




a a U



1! .- lie

to learn thai his side oI a v ,.-y ;ai,
debate, held at the U'niversity of 1 9 e* e .
North Carolina, at Chapel Hill. which' The '' fe c hd ,. .
he is attending, was declared the win-t
ner. The debate was between stu- I
dents of the North Carolina and Penn- ....
sylvania Universities. and the subjec th .M r . ,
mubject j th. J .fewOele r 0 in an i'. *
ment should establish an Inheritance man .
constitutionality the Federal govern- In anood umr, ..i ,, ,a ,
ment should establish an inheritance

PN)R, r

(it) 7I4)



i a CWAbcS..a

(M Al A.

a a nDOmawy


*?'Vwgbpy 41F


oil&, 4 0 e sa mo, N m

01%0.00 11

A 'A .. .
ow... i

I a

I. ~4in it. f,

too,. ..4 a l~ keep
ft 0

p g ~

.4,. .

9 -' up % k %

-VI. %.*. C v, 5


-4 -e ., U *.'-~.


I ., - *a* "4m

Ocala, Florida,



I-- -

- - - - - - - - - - -


t. .. _




F iA 0a




(OiA I A





IN 1 1 1wP I k N ,%a


. Local and Persona?

It 1 I* 1 itony,, split M(1 ri :
Tein|<.d <". tbu.iints..

h h n tititting the fair don't fail to
samitn the new pencil sharpeneir.

Mrk R O ('onnor is spending carni-
al *.**,k wi'h Jacksonville friends.

4 great deal of interest is already
rctPirtng in the Boozer corn contest-.
Mis. Il*.na f;eiger of Jacksonville is
at tltg h.er brother. Mr. L. D. Geiger.
smid fanil.' in this city.

Mr Henr. Watterson Tucker did
Obe irting ior Mr. R. L. Anderson's
pew building It is a very creditable
pu*w of work

Ms Margaret Anderson has gone
o J.rksonville to visit friends for a
MSe days and to enjoy the carnival.

Tbv frtnds of Mrs. D. M. Smith
Uw be sorry to know that she is suf-
ft with an attack of chills and fe-

Mrs Sylvan McElroy of Orlando
q--u ep Monday to spend a few days
,ab her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John

Mearw Kibler and Baskin of Dan-
-gs weqre *a the streets Monday
W" heads with their hbots of

OsW La, P. Cox of Live Oak is here
a vltt to her sister, Mrs. P. V.
Lawnend. and will remain for the

Mr M. P Scarborough was in Ocala
UsSSy He paid up for his paper
W rMrked. **Just let it keep com-

Mr L.0. Graham was in Ocala Sat-
nefty a si s way to Arcadia. to visit
be w a. Mr Albert Anson Graham,
and his daughter. Mrs. Hall.

If Mest drink see Hogan, and
goa &#md. pwe. distilled whiskey. x
her- 'tag day."

Mr Jafi Hemming,. a well known
es mans of Martel. who is connect-
and with the Martel Lumber Company.
owert Mondai in (Ocala.

Mt Tson is in lOala again, and is
t of his friends. Mr. and Mrs.
PR. Iet,r "Mr Tison is from Savan-

Uir 'n,!. president of the Opton! -
v -sr !borwution. is now kept busy at-
eadilng toi the duti., that this office
1. oenumittinp to his attention.

Mr J B .Maloy. the big trucker of
Aathe was In Monday morning a.ld
6 4ped tlong enough to pay for his
U.' and to p it waving in his
h..m.ahd for 1910.

ims M lry Ptatt, who has been vis-
relatives In Kentucky for the
C 'evera. returned home
S-da. Mias platt has had a most
....... tion



is a bitter dose


25c. per bottle only at



fI'! :n' t. a s;> .i ThO .I; 2.: 4 '.
I ;! i ;,, Ocala Ti -.,ii .\ ,,
of- ;s .l'Mrs. 'iai t-nt(( !i..: :
*(r *" fai.

;,r. Th1i r 's R <;:.:.,
,'xhibi; of finie chickens t, : :;..
a .i:d ill also have a p: tu'-" o,, a ,1 i.1 -
dtr petan tree one year oIl. 1 I a;
tree of his owg budding au, th. .i -
ture shows that it has made mnust; .;:
d'irftul growth. Florida .vill grow ',
pecan to perfection.

It is unprofessional for physi--cian-
of the alapathy school to adv(r:.s
but we noticee that some of the-m n a'-
age to get a good deal of advertise ,.-,
all the same. There are more wt:ys
to kill a snake than by cutting off his

Dr. W. R. 0. Veal of Martel was a
Monday visitor. He has in his poses
sion the elixir of life, or something
that always keeps him looking youth-
ful. The older he grows the moret
youthful he looks.

Miss Janie Morgan died one day
last week at the home of her sister.
Mrs. H. V. Simmons. at Lakeland.
Miss Morgan was born at Oxford. in
Sumter county ,and was well kniwn
at several places in. the state wht re
she had resided. She was only twen-
ty-six years old and her death was
caused by tuberculosis.

Sunday's Times-Union contained
among others a picture of pretty little
Clara Marie Spencer of that city, the
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover
Spencer, formerly of this city. This
little miss will be entered at the baby
show at the Jacksonville carnival this

The fair officials Monday received
what was probably one of the most
interesting exhibits at the fair. It was
several giant bamboo stalks sent in
by Judge Alex. Wynne of Eastlake.
They measure 47 feet in length and
are over six inches in diameter. Bet-
ter proof of the fertility of the soil
around Lake Weir is hardly worth
looking up.

Mr. Samuel P. Anthony. Mr. Oliver
Buckner Howse. Mr. .1. S. Leach of
this city. Mr. F. M. Harp of Eureka.
and Dr. George Parramore. who re-
sides across the river, formed a canip-
ing party last week. and were quit:'
succt.ssful. They killed two deer--
buck and a (doe-an.1 quite a numni"' I
of smaller game. Messrs. Anthony.
Howse and Leach returntle Sunday.

Miss Sallie Camp. who has 1)?'n ab-
sent from the city for the past three
weeks. returned home early Sunday
morning. Miss Camp visited in Lofi-
isville, Ky.. Roanoke, Va.. and in Sa-
vannah. Ga. At the latter place sh"e
was the guest of her sister. Mrs.
George Armstrong. Miss Leta Camp
will remain in Savannah with her sis-
ter for some time longer.

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ludwig
Hirsch of Jacksonville spent Monday
in Ocala with Mrs. Hirsch's sister,
us... nval E. Cole. at Mrs. Perdue's.


Fr ('a illac .... . . . ... .. 9
Ch lmn rs-Dl)troit ". ... is
Th cof-ttti ca:' I ft T.amipa at 5:3
'. lcek. an, was given forty-five min-
:ts the start of the cther cars, and
when it rea-.'hed Ocala it had those
many minutes to its credit.
A large crowd had gathered in front
of the Ocala House to witness the ar-
rival (of the cars in this city. A two-
foot line had been painted from the
court house to the Ocala House curb-
ings, which was the starting point for
the cars on leaving this city. Mr. Ed-
ward Holder was appointed starter
and performed his duties faithfully.
Following the confetti car was Pres-
ident T. Ed Bryan's Premier "30,"
with members of the contest board
accompanying him. This car was to
act as a peacemaker, but up to leav-
ing Ocala its kindly offices had been
The cars left Tampa in the follow-
ing order.
No. 8-Premier "30" touring car, E.
Ed Bryan, owner. Driver, B. P. Farns-
worth. Dr. J. C. Knight, observer.
Left 6:15.

It is with sincere ro.gre-L tli' (hi
paper announces ithe death of Mr ()
W. Reagan. The sad event oc(urr-.d
at his home in Brooksville Sunday af-
ternoon at 2 o'clock. His death was
caused from the effects of a stroke of
paralysis a few days before.
Mr. Reagan lived In Ocala for six
years, and made many warm and de-
voted friends here. lie came here
from Mississippi as the manager of
the spoke and rim factory, owned by
the Messrs. Hoopes Bros. & Darling-
ton of Westchester, Pa. The deceased
was sixty-two years of age. but until
he was stricken with paralysis enjoy-
ed very robust health. Besides his
wife he leaves three sons. Frank, Roy
and Ervine, a daughter, Mrs. Thomas
Johnson, and a host of friends to
mourn his death.
The body passed through Ocala
Tuesday op the A. C. L railway, en
route for Westchester, Pa., where it
was laid to rest.


The educational department of the
Woman's Club of Ocala had begun to
take ste n tor secure benches ton nt in

No. 11-Premier baby tonneau. Dr. -- - .
o. Helms, owner and driver. DeIthe yards of our public school, as they
J. S. Helms, owner and driver. He
s asoh .were not provided with adequate seats
is also official physician for the tour. of any kind. The subject was broach-
Tucker Savage, observer. Left, 6:32. ed by a member of the club to Mr.
No. 3-Chalmers-Detroit "30." Isaac arus Frank, who with his accus-
Craft, owner. D. M. Hyde, drive. T. tome generosity and public spirit.d-
C. Folsom,. observer. Left, 6:34.iu b spirited-
C. Folsom, observer. Left, 6:34. [ness, offered to donate the benches
No. 4-Cadillac "30;" entered from for this purpose.
St. Ptersburg by Ed T. Lewis, who r. Frank is one of our most enter-
drove it. Henry Bevens, observer. uprising and progressive young bus-
Left, 6:36.
ness men, and he is certainly due :t
No. 14-Chalmers-Detroit "30." Per- vote of thanks in the matter of the,
ry G. Wall, owner. Spencer Snow. dri- inches. for the school vards


Then Stick To it.

ba nk dr1Aw', ', ohetrsto ;! WI- ,' .1
yc'ti haucsten how cas,'i t t*4 t# ,,) ** jj
It~ Jit Still C~ster It) coftimm ebv uim
sp~re in THE BANK


( N .i.' A I ,,.%


THE FIRST OFFICIAL TOUR!NG 'a\ is. owner and drihr. ;. o -I. \V".
i CARS (;-. ois,srver. l.,-,ft. 7:,2.
CA- Followin this trh. !i.- .
Leave Tampa at 6:30 and Reach Ocala p. eing cars. cani.' T':.* :* *
All Along from 2 Until 4 Timnis E-M-F "-::". o, ;. I 1 .. !:,.:t I'
Til< iNy. Nov,-nher 22. was the delay B. M.IcKay. In :'is ..:r '*.. 1\ \I
s,-;t- t, -< for the or.at endurance con- Kay. sart-. r. i.': S,' r. '. ..; '
i'Psi o -r r thll official roi.:' f:rm: Tani- Cont,.st .c'(,)iCon, a. a. il .'I :
pa to .i'ui onviii". via Brooksville. The Prizes
SDunn'-llon. Ocala, (Gainesville an.l First prize for :,urin .( .... -
Stark to) .Jacksonville. 'T'ampa Timt's c.( p and a; !i\,.- ,. '.
To tho Tampa Times largely Ibe- f 'an, in Z,'phh rlill- (',ln, ii
l(ngs. the cr dit for crtaling a sent i- Second i)riz,'s for to'iril e, ( : $
nent and! lir.-t blazing the way for the in gold.
k stablishmnnt orf this route. First prize in runabout *t'n't.-t
The cars loft Tampa early TuesdayI Tampa Automobile 'Club troph ,r
morning. The endurance cars were" $1Si in gold and a lot in Z.' Yt.yrh1:ll.
pr:'ecf-,t-,1 Iy a confttti car tii:t went Sei CCOI i pitiz- ill :-'lt:ahoi(t 'v ntI-'
in advance, and, distributed confe-tti $1i.s0 in gold.
along the route, so there would be no First priz'- in minia'u:, 'mt:.ne-a
mistaking it, and would place all the contest-Tampa Aiton:mo,,l i ruh tro
cars on the same footing. phy or $150 in gold.
There were the following entries Winners of cash pt:z.- ti ,h. ,,;
for the respective prizes: tilon of accepting :nmnivy w trop(hi.-
Tampa Times Trophy-Touring Cars of equal value.
No. First car reached Ocala ;t o4
l:,nTi' -';:' "... .. ..... ........... S making the run from D'Pi.nl-. n in ,ir;.o
('hani -, .-I)troit "' : '.. ..... ... . ;) hour and five nminttes.
('a'il-la *... .. . ..... 4 As the cars would arri,, tih. v A r.
T( h t:'! ry-llt" l' it ":'/ .. .. . t 1 ( l l'riiy r1 ;it*y [>i;t ,',l io} ' h '_,t ti i. I
.InC . ... .... 15 ' Oca-yla Cra-h ,ltWol. W rk 1\ i *
... . . . . . a. ; 'y w the p rvii 'l i' i i .- t :
R. '.. ...... . ................ ; :" any" lu'iin- l. iii hat ha t n-
'' . . ... . . .. l 'r'thtl of pri a.l i r t r .. I I.
. . . 'it : t in tit' (,n t .*t :i! ;,, !, ,
T -- t;r' -- C..jb Troohy f''- i,' c i.' (o)tlt,"' T! As. In li .. t .11"
^ ;, *ZL.t.3 ; \>. ""' .; :: r.ur;l)htr )of lad s. .a: *t:.
N ,).o Io ,.-.', i ithe cht ck.:"... ,'aud. 11 trw,,.'
S- '' ... ... ......1 r;., '- lir"' hoo il ', t t v y t rt (. i, ih l ,
S" ' ... ... ..... . 17 cl, ,r <. T (), ocetip tnr>- cf 'i c a t.. r-
'' "". ... ..... ..... l:; v t'r -t Ford...... ... ... ... ... ... ..... 12 avowel th-,y w f're 'llj Vin. :'h. t:i;,
:.': \ .\,.\\ (, H .1 to ..... ... .. rO the utm o ', ;and dit ,;,jr -,,, ; r, ',,
.in .: r;('ical T :t.veler... ... ...... .. ione particle fatigued.
'Ta..pa Autcmobile Club Trophy forl
Baby Tonneau


4' l''''-



I. -.4' 4


t ----------- ~Su - : :s


4 4

.~'. .1

4. 4
r. -

.4 .' .4

'.4% a 114 1,al r.

the ti,4 A

bv a e* 'r pre.I t .'


The ~.e-ring uf the .iar lii. ,on
Saturday aftern,.on with 1.'- IKatli.
Weathers as one of the mnos' dellight
ful of the parties given In (Mala tI'As
winter. Miss Weather *nteortainied
her guests lu her customary charmiag
manner and not thing was left undo, m
in making the afternoon a lerfe-t one'
There were five tables of players
entertained. and progrersive whist
was the game for the afternoon In-
stead of bridge. as has b he- playe-4
heretofore in the lub this sammam
The games were ~.r*atly enj)ov.- and
resulted in Mrs Sandfort .Jew'tt imak
ing the highest Meore In the two
rooms here- the Kgames wer, play* d a
nunidwr of vase. of beautiful roses and

lilies and pot plants made'
unusually attractive
The score cards used at
were e.spwecialls twautif'il
the artistic work of .Mr V
vens. who wa. fornie.rl i1
D)ye of this t'i and a \.
nl-mlher of th' t .\fter 'h i- ;nr' -s ht h)o!

, an I. -i ,. \ "r:[.ii. i r

ver. J. N. Holmes. observer. Left.: I'r ed ,h,1 ,,l:i',. i, .. .
6:404. W. N. Camp rode our to his ar) % 4 ,.ffet' and -al' .iluon -
No. 15-Franklin touring car. C. W.'about ten miles west of tlishul ll las: ,. !- *' I, i,
Greene. owner and driver. J. N. Bry-: Wednesday in company with T. Ra. n.- '- !
an. observer. Left. 6:42. iPierce. Mr. Camp has ahoui :;',' ac-.'.s -' lr,- 4'. i ,t 11 i.,1 .
No. i -Chalmers-Detroit. baby ton- in orangee. The trees art, in tintE- c. "',",I "I I' l t ,
neou. H. E. Snow, owner. B. R. Hin- edition. A full crop will b.w ,ratl.w t .... ". .,
son and Herman Smith. drivers. T. .I. They are, at pr,'-n shippit.: ,;- Iot\- Mr I. 1 .
L. Brown, observer. -Left, t44. ('s per day. The Caimp rov. i ;i ,- r '' a N""l.NJ
No. 2-Maxwell runabout. V. A. of what the land can l produce' ni.ar' (;an-i,', -'i'I-, .',l.-t
James, owner and driver. Jtmes Dor- iBushnill. Thousands )of acr('s .(f rich ;S illii'arl a, t f'* Io la1'
many, observer. Left. 6:46. Hammock land near Bushn,,ll is tnt- -c l--- .- -
No. 5-E-M-F "3o" touring. Horaceltivated for the want of capital l.a'i STATE FEDERATION TC
Williams. St. Petersburg, owner and if put in cultivation would in a tw.v OCALA

driver. Albert Fisher, observer. Left.
No. 6-Reo touring car. F. A.
Woods of St. Petersburg, owner. R.
J. W. Taylor, observer. Left, 6:50.
No. 10-E-M-F "30." Capt. H. L.
Johnson. owner. Left. 6:52.
No. 12-Ford runabout. D. F. Ow-
en. owner and driver. Bruce Neff, ob-
server. Left. 6:54.
No. 13- Hudson "20." E. G. Hes-
ter, owner. M. J. Cary, driver. John

Arlt '44u11,Wa

bei ret4a


:0 '-- b

years double the money expe-nde-i -- I---
Bushnell Cor. in Tampa Tribune ". ,h F **..,. .,f
\'W or ant ('!.t,- w h t h h h, .I. n
Palatka last 'e'k (wala ,.- -.-I.. '.I
It will be gratifying to the manyla
ai- t lie' Inex' ruii,,-'litg plar,. Th.. rt .,.-'
Ocala friends of Mr. Eugene Barnet nwi '
to learn that his side of a very able I.
debate, held at the University of ing Novemtwr of next year
North Carolina, at Chapel Hill. which The meeting in Palatkra a- large
attended adn wai in .*.'r. n:. 4S,,
he is attending, was declared the win-
ner. The debate was between stu- cess.
dents of the North Carolina and Penn- the at at
sylvania Universities, and the subject the Jeweler's. Ith an rnt.r ~,Innt a
Mon ni.h. 1] ,C J aelar cs. I an nt.ar intann ala


(it ) IN

IN ) L I

P*oorsa rna4, &ag

o PULLaO c 0 AV
PtAIm 4 Avg"

it ty r

Ovrr ro wa n

j a. C"ACU.0*40


9. P. um i


V'KT3RNar IM sMw


L W. 3AVeL


AlTofkPA 9 TA T 4 4w

I Mrvalofti


DR.I) L-P w?*u

904. abvvf f'smwm.ewV"s ,too
pbe-.. I I


I!I M$ 4 01 ,AA


r141. ~ 0 9'~ IPA

bli~Gmra Saem fw a Ihg
T.'e~heme 4 tSe. %~4 t@dmww4
O o f 4' ,jg ~ is a 3 0iS 0
m '~ If' 30

l'4' -1 .4 5 s

I '~'~ .

4' 4 '454
644 j~


I k 4"L

Lade.osCoo@-*$a t



J o KlnS, s

" iM o lok a i*. 6 6 44d4 0 ,4 6
E ~ a all -.1 lb. r o m" u l o


Ocala, Florida,

~n~L~rrrrrrrr~rrW VIM~


u. '.~t . = *l -. 4

-. ii' ''

*4.4* 4,
.4 .4
.4 .1.
I.~. .4

* ...I

To -


Stt Orala Banner: Rev. R. H. Barnett of the Methodist
we do mo speak up for our state church in this city, went down to Ok-
to wft, we- live. iI will be our own lawaha Wednesday afternoon to p r-
fel,< o hbave lived in this state. form a marriage ceremony in the
man .t ,n,. tor a loag time. and we evening. The contracting parties
,.L r ko, that a good living can were Mr. .1. N. Knoblock i.t Hat;ies-
. h.1. h r.- and w- certainly do ville, S. C.. and Miss Estelle Morri-oun
0 a, .1 around in the snow of Oklawaha.
aI ,i f ti order that the cattle The weidid!g was a vory p1re ty and!
S. ,* a drnk \VW. do not have to quiet affair. taking place, at the home
* ;, *mit. r..'n tir. n !, woods. another of the bride's parents. .Miss Mor'rison.
ha hg, 1. wiod. and another chop- now Mrs. Knoblock. is a daughter of
ptu a t he wood-pi'e to keep wife. 1 Mr. and Mrs. H. ('. Morrison. well:
* t r. and others from freezing. known residents of our county. She
1\ I i- ing can be made here, if is a pretty and attractive you;:g w,-
..** tal work 0! course one must man, and her many friends wish for
****% h,-*- ans elsewhere, but there is 'her a great deal of happiness. The
,, ? :!'4v ,hat w know anything of groom is a member of the we'll known

"0A" .qu,4kly responds to w(lll di-
r-***.-,. ..ff or
S f'-w thing. can we do who
,. 't!- city-keep up 'the suburbs
S* A t T.A e central part of the city,
'., I* .t-anger in coming here erach-
iastuturh first, and if he gets a
,- .',r.--asou hbe generally keeps it.
... ,,*. country are fine generally.
'-1, to put lbe best foot fore-

',, aho r.- it is fine and good. The
*4.:% r.-a-on for a change from one
is- a at,,r*her is to better financial
'p adiion. or to obtain the advantage
.p.wrtal matters suaAble.
Th. r- art those who will live to see
hiap canal across the state, and it
aii, surprise many now who will hon-
***' study the problem. Ths subject
thtil t be studied and talked about
mr- than it is. Florida is yet in her
a.fat atr The time is coming when the
ill tw the greatest szate in the south.
A .,itrg man can do well here. as well
a, at ,:,.i man. Let us try to make of
Fr),'Ida a home state.


.*-* .... I or. 0<-ala Banner:
M- Fr'-mere has Lad a coat of paint
apphl.,? '. his house, which very much
d.os To its appearance. Mr. Thomas
was 'kt' artist.
R-% W L Barz-. a former pastor
a' Htell-vies. how pastor at Daytona
Pra. h made a pleasant visit of two
4am,- 'o his friends this week.
Tl Baptist congregation have en-
gax. R,-v Bryant of Bushnell as pas-
twr f ,r the present year. He will
pr'-a(Lh on ihe second Sunday of each
ioe"a in the morning.
M*" Whisenant. who has been sick,
otr n:uch be'ter.
Thei- ladies of the W. C. T. U. met
sath Mrs. Gale Tuesday. Mrs. Ogle of
Orala drole down with Mrs. Wash-

Stuipt Brinson visited our school on
T iMday) He gave the scholars a
good address. He was much pleased
witb the management of the school.
M rs Sirdefield. widow of the late
WR~ Sirdefield. presented the parson-
ase with three rockers and four din-
tag chairs, which are much appreciat-
Light showers are encouraging the
farw#-rs somewhat.
The sawmill keeps steadily "'a it."


On th*- first of Javu.ary. 1910. Mr.
B Goldman. proprietor of the Globe.
will ecupy the, elegant new store
buil-ting b ing erected by Mr. R. L.
AndervAn When he gets into his new
quarters he wants ev. rything spic and
parn. 1 right and new from top to bot-
tom. and for this purpose will inaugu-
rate a closing out sale of his present
goou! on November 29th-everything
goes 1,ook over his stock, see what
he has and be prepared to take adlvan-
tax', of the bargains he will then offer.
See hit big two-page ad in today's pa-


%l, Charles W. Tillis of Moss Bluff
aid Miss Jessie B. Griner of Candler
were married at the latter place last
SBun.!ai afternoon. Notary C. W.
Quick performing the ceremony.
Hoth these young people are well
and popularly known in their respect-,
ive home towns. They will make
their future home in Candler.
The Ocala Banner join's their host!
of friends in wishing them a long and
happy life.

Knoblock family of Martin. in tlis
county. He is a splendid young man
and is now in business at Ilattiesville.
S. C.. where he and his bride will
make their home.


Mr. William Millsom. whose parents
reside here, came in on Sunday last
for the winter.
Mr. \V. C. Doolittle and wife arrived
Monday; as did also Mr. Solomon
Riggs of Short Beach. Conn. They
are in the Hilton house.
Mr. and Mrs. Hanna and their
laughter, Ruth, from York Beach,
Maine. have also arrived, and are oc-
cupying the Millsom cottage.
Mrs. Sibley and her son, Mr. Wheel-
er, are occupying Judge Hopkins'
house, a little out of town.
A good many persons, who have
come to purchase property from the
Florida Land Company. are scattered
about in the woods.

Miss Edith G. Livingston of Edgar
and Mr. John W. McCarley of Board-
man were quietly married Sunday by
the Rev. \V. H. Greene at the parson-
age. The marriage came as quite a
surprise to the friends of the young
Mr. and Mrs. McCarioy left at once
for Jacksonvide and o;hr'r points io
spend their honeymoon, after which
they will return to Boardman to re-
side. the groom being in business at
that place.

Judge Bullock Expresses An Opinion
Alfred Jackson, a negro who was
charged with burglarizing several
houses in Floral City, plead guilty on
Tuesday. and Judge Bullock immedi-
ately gave him the limit of the law-
ten years in the penitentiary-and ex-
pressed a regret that the death pen-
alty could not be imposed. The judge
is right. A burglar always goes pre-
pared to commit murder, and the law
should treat him as a murderer. In
some states this is done.-Inverness

Editor Harris of the Ocala Banner,
spoke true in his interesting editorial,
"We Don't Know Much." A moment's
thought must convince us that we
know next to nothing. Knowledge is
infinite, the sacred treasure of Infinite
Mind, and we mortals of today can
scarce claim to have touched even
the outer edge of a circle whose cir-
cumference and radius cannot be nam-
ed by figures and whose cenetr is
God.-Pensacola Journal.


.iMr. R. A. Alfredl of Port Inglis is a
fair visitor.

Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Pritchett of Can-
ller were well known visitors in Ocala
on Thanksgiving day. They came up
for the fair and were delighted with
The exhibits.

The Rt. Rev. William, Crane Gray.
D. D.. bishop of southern Florida, will
spend next Sunday in Ocala. He will
be at Grace church in the morning
and at St. James at night.

July Brown has on exhibition in the
negro department of the fair a collard
stalk nine feet and five inhces in
length. His wife sold three dollars
worth of collards from this one stalk.

Miss Miriam Pasteur came home
!from Palatka. where she teaches
school, to spend the Thanksgiving
holiday with her sister. Mrs. Charles
S. Cullen.

Mr. Louis E. Yonce of the Ocala
Star. has purchased one of the pret- Mr. E. T. Helvenston is greatly
ty cottages on Watula and South ela'tel over winning six prizes on his
Sixth street that are being erected by Rhode Island Red chickens. Mr. C.
esrs. DHito and Carroll. Mr. and J. Jewell also won several ribbons on
Mrs Yonce. who. since their marriage his beautiful chickens.
last month, have been staying with
Mr. Yonce's sister and brother-in-law. The rest room at the fair. provided
Mr and Mrs. R. R. Carroll. took pos- by the W. C. T. 1'.. was a great con-
esa*on of their new home yesterday. venience. and they are greatly to be
commended for their thoughtfulness.
No naver in Florida that we know

Senator Aldrich is 70, and still ac- MAN'S BRUTALITY
tively plays the game-the game of ( apt. F. A. Hendry, one of the very
politics. best old men in Florida. writes as fol-
lows to the Tampa Times: i
Sir Thomas Lipton will ag:aiu race "Rling0 out ihe for America', cupl in 1911. Ile is a s:.p.t.itive c'iordn. butil ii should not lhe
arie sport. i d -i0 1 hitlful' to his niaster of :li hie i tille
T h e. s, .L4 tin .w ic th l Ia' It. ,! withh 1' ... l*ae(i W h i? w s ', i ,,,'l ; rf no -

ai bigger suil than ihat leviedl a ainst
th.:. ;.ndardi Oil Irusti during th, pres-
ide-ncy of Mr. Roosevelt.

Reports trom ni al w,e('i"):is a:',' that

tL. c~at'ier is in o'-i i';l


can I I, ftu.

The C'olunifi:a co;inty grand j'iry
reo onli: 'l1ds illn t ilh presenitrleniit.Is
at lithe fall ti 'ui t Iha after the ;
expiration of tli'e present leas ha. hei
county (convicts be worked on ilie ipub--
lic roads. Public sentiiilent is drifting
in this direction. There is a g general
belief that there will hbe less cr'ueity.

Ex-G(ioernor .I',nnings say:): "The
easiest work I have found iun connerc-
tion with. the Everglades proposition '0
is the financing feat ure."--.Jackson-
ville M-iropoi)s. In view of the fact
that all agree that the hardest work
is the draining feature. .Jeniiigs e i-
dently has the best end of the proposi-
tion.-Orange County Citizen.

Coming from a friend, that soothing
dose. "Calm Yourself." that the Trib-
utine handed out to Hon. Frank Clark
ought to hold him until further no-
tice. Hon. Frank may plaster the Mi-
ami Metropolis. birth he can't. afford to
do aught but take the Tribune's cas-
tor oil. A little medicine now and
then should be relished by the best
of men.-Orange countyy Citizen.

Ocala offers superior attractions for
the winter visitors to buy lots and
erect homes. We have golf links.
race track, shooting traps, springs, t
lakes and rivers near by; hiigh hills,
beautiful woods, hard roads. churches.
schools, good society and a h1,spiialit
that is unbounded and a congeniality i
that is unrestricted and unabridged. I

Speaking of railway freightnz. the
rate on printing paper from Baltimore
to Pt-nsacola (all rail) is 41 cents: to
Ocala. 72 cents. Pensacola is almost
twice as far, and the rate nearly one-
half less. Goods to Ocala have got to
come by rail. or not come at all. It
does seem to us that the railroads
ought to take care of their own. Build
big cities of such places as Ocala. and
double and re-double their business. It
seems to us that they are standing
mightily in their own light.

The will of the late Mrs. H. B. Plant
testifies to the goodness of her heart.
Mr. B. W. Wrenn was for a long time
traffic manager of her husband's rail-
road. At his death there was a change
made in its management, of course.
and Mr. Wrenn went out. and he went
out comparatively a poor man. He
went to New York and began operat-
ing street sight-seeing touring cars.
But the good woman never lost track
of him and in her will she leaves the
Wrenns a sum aggregating $55.000.

The National Geogriaphical Society,
after a careful and scientific examina-
tion of Commodore Peary's research,
find them to be conclusive of his
claim that he reached the north pole.
and have honored him wirth a gold
medal. At the same time the society
adopted a resolution that the question
of whether or not any other explorer
reached the north pole prior to 1909
shall be referred to a sub-committee
of experts with authority to send for
papers or make such journeys as may
be necessary to inspect original rec-
ords. Th4s indicates that the society
proposes to give Dr. Cook an opportu-
nity to submit his proofs and prove
his claims of having reached the pole-
before Commodore Peary. The claims
of Dr. Cook, whether true or false,
will soon be known.
-- -
Editor McCreary of the Gainesville
Sun, presents some interesting infor-
mation based on personal experience
as follows: "Sixteen years ago the
editor of the Sun was the owner of the
only pedigreed fox terrier canine in
Gainesville. Now there are a number
of well-bred fox terriers in town-and
hundreds of half breeds. A well bred
fox terrier will keep your house free
of rats, mice and roaches, if you allow
the dog the freedom of the house, and
there is not a finer pet to be found in
the animal kingdom. They can be
taught to do anything, but require al-
most as much attention as a baby."-
Tampa Times. If Editor McCreary
will add the catching of flies to the
fox terrier's other accomplishments,
he may ship us one at once-the price
will be no object.

.~1'ua i '. .~ In. ni igs

Bishop Kenny Returns
Thl.> i; ev.R- '. 'V. .1. Ki'ir.'n 'ishop of
t.;* !io e'x se' of Si. ..\';' is7 IS I 14 ii.' C're-
i'lled i,'.o:n "loi' n n o. ( ;': .i< ia, w h' r,'"
hli1 lis sp. 'int ii:C. iai-i 1wo ,,>)1i.!hs for

r i'ai tiie" .i -'. M ich 'ela i' hospital.
Ilis health wv:-.Is reatiy beiit.tiled ;,n.l
while he xvil hiia'e to remain \(er
quiet for ; while } Aaiii,., cons rid.'h-
hly Iby li' :irip. ()u his ret uri alie '
stoppi);-d tf a!t .:.ve-ral points ior 1 a tiy I
ior two. Yesterday nmornin- t',, ci-'e-'
brated early mass at the Cathli-'iral.
St. Ailgustino Record.

The United States courl! ;i .\i!iii. -
sola has ro ndred a d('croe di sol vinS"
the Sland'ard Oil Companyii:. Thi. o iA
ernmenl rou-ht the suit. to ''injii,;
John D. Rockef'-ller. \Villianim R 'k',-I
feller. Henry M Flagl-r, H-nry !i.
Rogers. .Iohn I). Arcz' bold. ('h:lirihs M1
Pratt. The Standard Oil Coiimpany. and 1
about forty other corporal iot!:: i :i. .
tainini-z II 'onibina'ieii slhoVin:ii ( spiracy : ;o I ipo i!;:,i ":';t i' 1. l,
inIe-rial ional (oninierc r .,, i.,cr. ,.i 1
grani.; tih injin(-iion ask.(! l. y Ili
'nV'roni'oJ. 1Jud Sanlbol"'. s (i;lin
o; i lsa .l 1 a s 1 of0 thIe li f : n ',
li.e c(')!l iiiaji.ion uln.-.r the (;> ii;.'r ,i]
*.i:,.' of iII,- con' i ill ion ;s ;1 n- l s-j
sary uT, ci njiili ,'oImlpeturit.)i in calni-
rner.'e and thai if its nece'ssa rv 'ff.r
f- '-t ile or dtirecti'v and sii)sain'iia:-
y i)o restricv free (comiprti'-in '
'omnn:-re('e :-i(h comblin;ti;n is il! -

When a state annnot pay its honist
)ob1ig' ;ns it shouMl do like other pe'-
ple- i sithould get a hustle on it. and
If Pothiing better it should I niortgage
L's holdings and herrow the, money
It should' not set tle4 example of being
i tardy or dishonest paymaster. It
should not subject its creditors to suf-
fering and hardship. Those official-
who were active enough to get the
aws so arrangoel that they could gfr
heir pay "where or no." should have
>een just as solicitous about the good
lame of the state. The state should
nake no debts that it cannot pay, but
should pay all the debts it contracts
o pay and should pay them promptly.
f nothing better can be done, the
tate's officials should set the exam-
le of self abnegation and return their
alaries into the state treasury un'il
he good name of the state is firmly

Having been informed that the doc'-
or was going to bring him another
title brother or sister. Lyman Clark.
he six year old son of E. S. Clark.
hus greeted the physician whe-n h i*
entered the family home.
"I want another brother, doctor s r
ve'll have a baseball nine all our r
\Nhten the doctor (amne dowis!airts .
n hour later he told Lyrian that 'h-
aseball player had arrived. Then.i
tanley. five years oll. who likes foot
all better than baseball, asked tho :
doctor to bring two hoys rh, n,.' :.
me, so he could have a foot ball elev :
n in the family. The ('larks now
ave nine boys and one' girl , '.!i

The Eastman Business ('olle. a3'
oughkeepsie. New York. re','.nrlt '
elebrated its fiftieth anna\. r;ary I(
'ith very elaborate and irt'eresring :
exercises. Mr. Frank Harris of thi
ity writes that the' exercises w.'r,
ery largely attended and was (|ilt.
memorable event in the. hitory of 0
ie college. Addresses were made t,
;on. Timothy Woodruff. C('hanellr
ames R. pay of Syracuse. Presid.'z a

element C. Gaines of Eastman C(ol
*ge. One of the pleasantest f,-atiiure..
f 'the exercises was the presentation
f a very handsome silver loving ,cup
> President Gaines.

London claims a population of 7
)0.000. 0


We want our t

We want your t-l

iieve that you

o.* 3 11 E,

qJrL.4 ra

vi b:

.1 5-

I I . '

" I Iil ''

Very truck.



( It()(

"wo Phones. 17 1


'i ; i -'

Ii*'' '~ 2.1




16 6 t- *

4 PtI(.rb

", .. k. O.

r$3.45. Exprose ''s

I QUANT Noisy (jla 3ys
I *a u Corn
1 UnitiitdMAWLi
I Apple Sra-Idy
I Peach slid "o"Ie.


V I U4.4". I ..
jr~ sit
4 p iar it -n' A

na' s. -i aJ a '
.&t I \ NMI .
FOR %e~ I I'' .T

'- *

- JoOks@AviSS.,

1'1'V It Ilti

: F.

S H *LIl'CM Me'. *. 4'.0- a..


DC. 0D


. -L

0 0



Will Sell You a Home an i kg.i W. .

I" Fi'-


Largest Line in Ocala.
We Can Pleas. you o UNION BLOCK



I r -

. .

!I I ;

* I .

' , ,* !* I

Hopirgr tn~ ha,,,- tme'



I lkal I-WA m

I *








26, gog9.




Married and Unnmarried. Praise the B kcye

Remedy, Pc-ru-nA.

Local and Personal

Th. Coast Line is putting in new
40 paootit.-d .Irailing switches up ii "het
fr-t'rht yard.

S S Paul is among thp* visitors to
*I *% *ninz -Tampa Tribune.

The splendid reports of the Wo-
man' Club Convention at Palatka this
e#.-k were written by Mrs. E. H. Mote

IMr. George
to New York

R. McKeau has gone
City on a busin.- s trip.

11Mr. A. M Lansfor i. hIe -- e.es.-f1ul
p.': o) s-ller. has purchase- i,.
h .'-'e ior hi- family.

.Jindoe W. S. Bullock and Mr. t:. V..
I ta is retinine ye-l ,erda fr i. i r.-
r-s.:-, here t!h'y ha 4e obet-n h il inr -
'ni of court.

At the age of 7:; Lyman .J. Gag.

o't thi- 'Ton fr.m the Ocala Woman's Club. Take unto himself a thirl wife (;n
Thanksgiving Day.
S. < rotary Williams says that the
rair a- pcr.-essing; nicely. Many ex- Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Morris, Jr.. art,
htir'- ,*', ,onminr in and soon here receiving congrat ulations on ihe biirlh
Sill bc a rush. and everything on the cf a daughter. The little one w:as
.rounds w. ill be bustle and activity horn Tuesday afternoon. Nov. mb.-:
the sixteenth.
Mr- C'ha.rl.es Davis of Conant died
at her h.,mne there on Friday. Messrs. Miss Cogswell of New York and
Rllivi- i i in tho- d -it- *n nd x etilL ti

Mel*" a& MacKay shipped the coffin
to that place for the body. and Mr. Alft
Owe.n o *hat firm went down to make
the funeral arrangements.

t'ap' John H. Welsh. who has been
ia (k-ala for some days. redeeming
fron th,. state his old lands in and
about VW.-lshton. having gotten them
it shalw so that he can recover them.
leai.. today for Miami.

July Brown has a Georgia collard
stalk seen feet and five inches long,
awm will exhibit it at the fair. He
ays, that he will also have a cage of
twovt%-five 'possums as one of the ex-

Mr Howard Munroe of Swananoa.
mear Asheville. N. C.. is in Ocala visit-
tag his sisters and brothers. Mr. Mun-
roe is a former resident of Ocala, and
his many friends are delighted to wel-
come him in their midst again.

Mr J D. Pope has gone to Coats.
N C.. where he and his family will re-
sio1 ;w.rtnanently. Mr. Pope has been
a successful turpentine operator in
this state, and we regret exceedingly
'hat be finds it necessary to make his
home in another state.

ti- ~ Mabel Taylor of Glendale, 0..
ahbo is w-il known in this city. has
!....- .etijoying the past few weeks
to,-t d,.'ilhtfully on a visit to Shaw-
,.. Oklahoma. where she has been
'he. u.,,' of Mrs. Vernie Stevens. fo:'-
n,.,* \1 lss Hattie Dye of this city.

i.% \illiam Teuton of Grahamn ille
w. tOca;.a Friday. tie is now busy
S,1, r .->ire and boiling syrup. Says
*t.. ,* is making two barrels of syr-
, . v. da\ an.d finds a ready market
,. ,. s also that the hunters
'., . t '; woods on fire and great
.la.t,, ,' is being done. and it is ex-
t..m,.lIv hard on 'the range cattle. Mr.
T. uion is one of the oldest subscrib-
. r- *o thi paper.

Mir george P. Rainey was in Ocala
P'nday He is one of Florida's most
,tisttruished citizens. He first made
himself conspicuous as a member of
the Florida legislature during the re-
costructionl era, taking first place as
a democratic leader. He was instru-
amtal ti the nomination and election
of George F. Drew, and wAS his attor-
.. u- wan also instru-

locate here this winter and open a
kindergarten school. She was mnakin, r
a canvass of the city yesterday.

Mr. Robert Mathews. who hi's been
connec-1ed with the Ocala steam latun-
dry for a number o0 years, has gone to
St. Petersburg. where he has accepl:-
ed the management of a laundry.

Mrs. Charles D. Harrington, neet
Miss Pauline Peace of this city. is now
in Boston. Mass.. on a visit to her:
husband's father. Mr. Harrington is
with her and they are having a v~-ry
enjoyable visit.

We are pleased to note the returiL
of Miss Pansy Souter from Sanford.
where she had a large violin class.
Miss Souter has a large circle of
friends who will be glad to have her
with them again.

As soon as the government building
is ready for inspection Custodian
Crom is going to issue a general invi-
tation to the public to visit it and they
will be shown all through it from cel-
lar to the top floor.

Mrs. H. S. Chambers arrived in
Ocala Thursday afternoon to spend
the winter. She will have rooms at
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lapham's and will
board with Mrs. B. N. Looney. Mrs. I
Chambers has been spending the sum-
mer and fall in Atlanta.

The "Soo" line tube which will give.
the, road entrance into Si. Paul. is
complex ed,. It is 1:1.o feet lon1 an'
:-4 feet wide. and has been in course.
of ccns-ruction for a year. The tru111
was made necessary by the ,congested
coalition of the S'. Paul road's termi-

Mrs..1. C. Pillans and baby have
ret-urned to their home at Terrell af-
ter a short visit in Ocala with Mrs.
Pillans' sister. Mrs. W. M. Barco. Mr.
ard Mrs. Barco have also had as their
guests during the past week Mr. Bar-
co's sister. Mrs. Bell and children. of

Mr. A. A. Kramer, Mr. Harry Ped-
rick. Mr. Budd Windermann and Mr.
Charley Ross of Chicago arrived in
Ocala yesterday and are stopping at
the Florida House. These gentlemen'
are interested in the New South
Home and Farm Company, and will
Home &I--nap,. -

N'--<. i've thanks. In God's look thou'lt su:'ely finil
Krowl-itzre. mniot precious. worls of lifet- anil li-ht:
\ wisdom. surpassing all of human kind.
An-l tI ';ru.-. lit.lling tlh, most pure delight.

F-'.ith ihat will stand hll-e in the hour of death,
Hope that will gild the pathway to the tonilb.
And (.harity. hai to thy lawes: breath
Will ch-er the h.-art-and all thy soul illume.

Puri'e p''cepts. bright e-xanmples, there thou'lt find.
Pur.-.t and brightest-for the Lord on high
To frail mortality was ever joined.
To ie;ch us how to live, and how to die.

Oth' May we prize such knowledge-may we live
To consider the lprecepts of our Lord.
Andl fix iheni in our hearts, andl glory give
To Him who gave us His most precious word.

Trust andl return thanks to God; then cultivate the habit of
looking on the bright side of life. Certainly one should not cher-
ish the habit of looking on the dark side. especially when we
mrist ,!;-aw on our forebodings and apprehensions for a victim
,'f tlhat ,lark. ugly side, and thus see not only what does not exist
iin \\ hat i:ay never exist. Enjoy life like the Banner's next ed-
iror. 'ra 'k Harris. Jr.. andI his schoolmates on their sight-seeing
Irip N w York with so little money in each purse. Handsome
ia: ", j-,' lous writings to our- Banner causes smiles on many
; .-. i{. r;i!..lr, friends. (.ur loved Father promises that for
* : *t' ;:*. !-->I'it not for each time we anticipate worry
S i '.i I\ !.;it He will be with His people when they pass
"*'*" t 'i e H" also says when liis peopleO pass through
Sh..\ i iam!! iot mertlow them, and we should believe.
.... 1 ;:ii d ;'. il. such promises. If we trust and giv-
I'l . .. o ((tod the tiisa;sters which we dread most
Li ( .... n r ;ihey ,io He will l.hani'', them into hen.-

I';i ,I '.* r o!l ', l 0( a4itII of iife
'Vinmls are incessantly blowing;
it iiou wilt unfurl thie sails of thy boat
Th )u wii catch the itree'zfs while goinriz.

lhy milnd is hily boat on lite's -ea.
Goi's racl-th-hl winds over )blowing,
I nfurilt th, sails of lhy mind-thou wilt lind
Thr eide of His love 'ever towing.

I1.I >) o:i ;he lhr '!:s side of all things. l lieieve that the bes'
oifelriii tIhat you ci('n mak--e God is thanks for the ,enjoyment of
what He sends of good, and bear with trust in Him what He
allow- of evil. The day is coming when the great ship of the
worlh. guildel by the hand of the Son of God, shall float out of
hI' (e!oud.(s .an;I. storms. out (of thle' sha.lows and conflicts,. into
,- lwprf'tect light of love; then God shall be all in all. The tide
tlia' hears the world to that glorious end is the sovereignty of
Goi'. Of course it takes a good deal of effort to look constantly
on t,'e bright side. There are days when. for no apparent rea-
son. :1' clouds sweep down over us; land we sympathize with
the we-, maid who cried bitterly because "the world was hollow.
and h,.r doll was found to be stuffeil with sawdust"). But those
are just the times to trust and render thanks to God. His true
promises are all lamps of light for dark places, and there is no
brighter one than this: "As thy days. so shall thy strength be."
If we never had nights we could not enjoy seeing the stars. If
we never had any trouble we could never delight in such a prom-
ise as that. We do not love darkness, but we do love the beau-
tiful moon and lovely stars. No one likes sorrow and trouble,
but we do thank and bless God for sustaining grace. We dis-
like weakness, but we rejoice in such promises of God as will
uphold us when weakness comes.

God gives us the beautiful sunshine
That comes from afar to us here;
He sends us our joys and our pleasures.
The friends and all we hold dear:
He knows that we have our sorrows
And suffering, that follows life through,
But in times of great tribulation
He comes-and stays with us. too.
Seek God!

He is right where the gloom seems the darkest ;
"Tis earth's veil that hides God from view;
Reach out-with faith you can touch Him.
His hand is extended toward you:
For He knows why the pain and the anguish
Seem more than your share today.
And just when He thinks it best for you
He'll wipe every tear-drop away.
Love God.

We can t understand our afflictions
For God's plan no one can tell:
Butt we know in His infinite wis(donm
.All things are done wisely anl we.vll:
\nd ihe darker the clouds gatbheI-r )IouId, \oil
The brighter will thIe sunlight Ih
\.hen lthe glorious beauty of Heav'il
I. revealed by otr Father to thee.
Praise God.

\s the chill of lhe parent is p1iietl.
Kven so lioes our 0God1 pity youl:
For he notes ther fall of each sparrow.
And feels it and cares for it too:
Friends. you with a soil that's immortal.
Which was formed in His image above.
Are the dearest of all His creations,
The child of His care and His love.
Thank (;od.


Mr. John T. Lewis, who was a dele- writer. These gentlemen wroe'.

gate to the Waterways Convention at
Jacksonville, says that it elicited a
great deal of enthusiasm, that many
able men and women were in attend-
ance and delivered addresses that
commanded undivided attention, and
hsa* th. *aritation for a. shin canal

great many newspaper articles show- a'
ing the entire feasibility of their pro-,colle- -

ject, and their articles were copied ex-
tensively in the New Orlesas and
New York newspapers. Since which
'time expert engineers, after a prelimi-
nary survey of the route as originally

Ihter"alCat arch
Miast Ntrz K.d le.-' 1. I. 1. 1. 1'..z 1ii
* London. Itlijo. layo
write toI th~anli v-r f %e i I
tu I z'Nmd y.ur PeruimIi '.i. .1 TI..Ir

Other internal tr'h.w I % .'*
ve~ars. 'w.- vo-ar4 1&_ I -''
IPferunaand I vn.9v t. -. k *
It10- an, t.'-ilay I 4~-L .! I I I a

Could Not Eat Wlth~ut Suflcrisks
wra v,-r.

"I r--a d --'4tommeh'.
na.ii 't -ti. :illti'
Mt ti#.ti ri i,k adv i*t,
I t "fl.. I -

and '-a*.*rrh.

Pe-ru-nma Srm.l.bt Apgwptitc.
Mr.-. S. !ia~rsnrwr. t %0?
that l'ru a r* '' -
rou: I# av.' t'1p, r- mtz.,r t t 1.
-Pe-ru-na An Hone.


ki.* '. *.I *%r

Irif f'i.k. r~ ~


Now I. d"

t *
i I

. 0 8

B 4.
'-I, *

foldol's low e ,ewom

S ;

4O I *.- -
I- I
t 'I -a

-vi Family Medcin



%ir~g- an I-
tir h'-rx, '- w

'--'-I- I
i-I I' -
IT I ~l -
.1 V .

S f* go .

o. ,


I 5' I ~
- tidi
-. '1Ia''.*-" I

- dl. -
'614 I'

'bumn tIIAtor,r'-a.,f'1 ri.

MIr and %frn 4rfhuar 41101 Of h I
hkai. China. aro. owoe f lAbv A

4 ape- .

* ~ t wo-wtv#. r

I ad


* 4 Twl v 0

A, T..'* ,


fl ;011

--.-ENT n iTh Itluie jaybird
SiKIIPART.ENT TheV Woman's Missionary Unionl of DIPAI T.MENT inut and Idrops to ti
'the M arion Baptist Associatioin nim et in .. ..._ _...i id ,r ; sli
WHOSE HOME IS TO KEEP THE a school house near the RIed L., I h.:*',, h .11 ,.,,- ,,, .i ... rer. i r, ;irt h. ht i'om'
M ONEY? church at 2::;< o'clh -K W\\e ln-sda. alf- . '. i, t,,, --'. f,' ,,i r.'.,.' .:i ,'. ltakilig t- "'* '
ernooni. O ctober 27th. l i. M r-.. '.- it t ttirt i
i yt-., it .on campaigns t-re ood of O ala prtsid1.. FLORIDA FORESTRY ,, ;, ,. ,
.. t 1 i peo tl e il who mail- t th I.n.. e .... t tr Fl ':"!', :-
"' *l i- in I i ho t- :.l. :i ll .--i Sorr.e Facts That Should Be c Inter- l* !
Th.. ^qi tit.s on is. at from l. ,., I. A"01 est. Especialy to FV oiidans

1:?. ,' -. t1. i lo n, ) *h't,
I . ,i i -.> i. r t d o l la r s w:l l th-; .. | ,a ', ," '' ,, i \ li i: n" "- ',' .

.Iill' Ih ; I \ >. l \ l 1 i l .. .. .': r ... : .t.. .. .7 RCE D T O ". I -

sick to e pi se) I t. 1 ila '
i O ca la repl o rtei d $ -7 .- .lit !, ;i:' n1. i ,iu .,;i ;. .Ii ( In ;it': i"i l.lt r. l!" V", 'i!r a l

*. 1'
obj .-cts floiOlm eh F; ni"G \li- 1 sionar3 Soc.hic ;ui'l TI Ni Y"!,II;l i \V,1- I ,.".!-, i I,. i ilii ll wi'h iii y oi ii, -,j -i il,.! } '.*. :, *
m a n 's A i. xilia i.y of O ca la 'ln ir! l. ; i; \ i '- ,gid ,.;l ()rilr-" l il 'v '- ili,; I.i.a .S i:'l- "'i' ..,. ; .
$(2(;i0. ;~ chairar of o .l'ts. iy a t.- ilils ed ill Ill K N ,.k 1, ,'..
Tlhise suns incluiiiel a box to th. slt ,niv,.siy. ald to liv ;a 's- i t" l i. .
frontier missionary and the proct-'lsI rxt ,totrilltis ioll. They it tar' also work- .1 ir ,,r ii t ,'! !-
of annual sale of Y. W A. for thile or- in. for legislation in I'a.vor of a li l, .lbli< f, I ,.,>,lm ,
phanag,. ftor pre'entill ol 1 o1 'sf .1 filtr.s. ;i l thl l ,';, I l(i :l'" ,'l .A ,.
Crystal Ri\ er. though having a mut iiat ion of irtees on count y roal- i.
small membership sent for all objects, sidet. Arbor day c(',ren oniis. in ;t, $1 Trial I.<,: ,
S44. which clubs ;ui1 schools unite. alret'- ., bt T..din!'- I
The following women agreed to at- ma,, attractive by ihe co-operation
tempt to revive their societies in their of tlH governor and state sui)eriAntenCl-
churches:: Mrs. F. W. Blitch, Fellow- .,nt of instruction." F)odini Tll t T '-(I) r h !:*
ship; Miss Annie Mixon. Flemington: Mrs. Peterson also says that. Where th.'. ru1. ''
Mrs. R. A. House. Morriston: Mrs. E. *.Pennsylvania is second- to New York Firs. thl..y )o :, bl. ,
A. Sims, Anthony. in the extent of its state forests, but .\ndl ntV tlt,. :ti, .1 1
A society was organized at Red Lev- it stands first of all in the states, in \\herg tint. .' I'rnl
el numbering fifteen members, with training its own foresters in provi,- If you li[v 'I -* i- "s '
the following officers: President. Mrs. ing for theI establishing of sanatoria You've turt..l.r .l .t
J. B. Winn; vice president. Mrs. J. C. upon state lands and in its many anl
Dixon; secretary. Miss Julia Olliff; varied uses of the state forests for Triar \\.' i-: "'..
treasurer. Mrs. J. E. Turner.. the purpose of health and recreation N.xt w\.ii li.i ',
M.t I oo d k. cnokoL- h rof the yreat int it .. .A-drohrlnill' t '4

44* 4,.' 4 I..tl )Ctit k ep ti'

; :, ..;... hati.t W e r'-pea: o1ur quet'--
4t l Ar.wo?. home?"
I .. - a t ry easy wayi to keep
,, .... thi home where it is need-
: i- 't is. the homes of the men
1*" :. l!:iU I' ftir rum and ruin, and that
,.. *th. saloons out. That will
-lt.ratl. more effectively keep
it, tnitUi) at. home. than to turn it
it',. ,al.kni keepers' tills., for they will
*e@-d t h grrat bulk of what comes to
th(.n awa. to foreign distilleries
aiIl tir e--ries for their stock of li-
quer. and to the government to pay
th.'r k- inw The local community will
a*t r **' tthe< benefit of it, but if the
grtl%.gri.' are voted cut, every penny
of this money will remain for the time
oni ang In the hands of their former pat-
* rins abo will expend it locally for the
nae-,-~starit., of life, for groceries,
*I vh nc. ,.hoes. shelter, and all legiti-
man. natural. healthy human wants.

Governor Stubbs on the Kansas Situa-



f rb u11t

o l If t,

arbO .i

f11 ri 'IA


mobr. Ii

*SI he-VN

* I'

it *

U. t'


-I p~li(k>. a it.-A' *
tlio. oar? thandi

!-if 1 r1 1

.rni ,.ds upon my time i1 not I H UL L ,k J, I \,,s.
t.mands upon my time will not gave her to assist in the great work Connecticut is saiM to have the best'This ol(, ll.)-,
to dius he vahe of the of organizing the women into mis- schools in forestry iu the country. ll, ,.s;,, -,i:. :,. .n...
1 las at length, and. espe- io atbjqdsatnsaid 'h i.e!iiifa
: enter into asionary bands. and said "the ideal was Eight hundred and ninety-seven [C'. Lo ourit l '-
ntera missionary society in every church school children in Colorado wrote es-
o ra e au anli with every woman in 'very church a says on "The Trees of Colorado antl
I'- regarding the value and "-DON'T I)eINK' 1i n'
member." She also gave the stand- Their I'ses" for Arbor Day. Howan. anil Wi.t t ,* U. *
on of that law which have beenU. Honzan. and l t,11, -' r',c,! .
in distant states. I believe ard as found in the last Foreign Mis- Thi're are some people' in this can buv. It'r It : ':-t tlr;' I. i..
.St. tals., statement. misled sion Journal. worli and in our i)eautiful state. to it._ x
'c. ep' ho,-t who desire to be A letter was read from Dr. Willing- whon it is no earthly use talking for- Three Generations
hanm. corresponding secretary of for- estrv to. They dlo not know trees,. .
Sht Ka i ow. and eign work. and the Foreign Mlissim an!, r h,' dlo inot want to. butit ought r ,,
,.tha. of ears has been. the .Journal an,d M.ission Field was pre- to interest every Floridian. at any l
i.-.rous tta-e in all the lUn- selntil liy Mrs. Spurlin. ra to know hat the U united Stalt.sio lirn t 1-
.,, h.lir banks, barnls anld bin s ~Mrs. .1. \1. Winn read a letter fromti contai s al)out 5itt indig-ious fre s.
S erlowinrha:G in some (a. corr spending secretary of and iat o\er t of th-s, are founl i,: .. ll i ,,, ti
To merflowing. that in some Xo 111 ti t' -.o
So1 nto criminal prosecu- Hon;i Missions. anI Mrs. Hood spoke iIn he state of Florida. a1sa
Sat;\ crimee have been had for for thi' Home Field. The Ocala national reservation has a
Lan tten years. that fifty 'per The state work was next tiiscussel an area of 21l1.4s0i acres. TRESPASS NO(TI'CES l: 4l .,
h.-r jails are empty that sev- and a collection of $2.75 was taken. The Choetowatchee forest is some- es,, for sale at thns ,{?i,. .' I' e
,'wr cent. of her poor houses Literature was distributed by Mrs. what larger than the Ocala forest. al- or $1 a dozeu. .Apply ..il.' H, n. t
let. and in many counties have Spurlin. though a much larger percentage of office..
14 and disposed of as no longer Mrs. Leach and Miss Olliff were ap- the land is held under private owner- Her Tenderness
that almost one-third of the pointed to solicit subscriptions to the ship both are of recent creation. A teniorness shlit.- in r .. r
popularton is enrolled in public three mission journals. Any Floridian wishing a copy of Dr. know.
and private colleges; that Mrs. Spurlin made the closing pray- .John Gicord's pamphlet called "A List And t:-
is a land of plenty and that er. of the Trees of the State of Florida," But it's only a coat rt1i : . t'
on the globe exists a more Mrs. James T. Rawls of Crystal may have the same by sending to Mrs. ing of
,appn and prosperous people- River was unanimously elected as as- Kirk Munroe, Cocoanut Grove, Dade Andl the prices of hr u :i . ,
w. and a multitude of other soctational vice president. county, Florida, after November 15th. -- r1 it.
i piseguant and patent as these, MRS. C. A. HARPER. Secretary inclosing 2 cents postage. This pam- I say. do your drinking aI Hoicgan ,
students of government the phlet was prepared for the forestry place. There you'll. finl pr.- -o.i<
mer to search deeply for the RALLY DAY AT KENDRICK committee of the Florida Federation Hogan. the mail order mar z
ot our abounding prosperity; -- of Women's Clubs, and while any res-
),., of these students have cor- Special Cor. Ocala Banner: ident of the state is welocme to a copy Usually the Case
,liiinmed that the prohibitory Last Sunday was rally day in our for postage, it is hoped that strangers when a mniai si .s "h;a" ,.- .i,:
nd. more particularly. i;s en- Sunday school. It was indeed a pleas- will feel interested enough to pay for science requires lii rtio .: l., to' I **-
I:' has had much to do with ure to look into the bright faces of them. the proceeds to be devoted to (itution it il:iy li tai.ken .1, 't1- ".'
sent felicitous condition. in the the many little children anl lots of the forestry department. Ith law is about to rI ii .
,* r state. grown folks, too. who attended these * tlinlt:.-('hi.lal.s*i)) N :i. -. N
4,. ,tit : in ,,". sleit ts rvihes. The niannier in which the In li 04 thle (ivic l,'agui- of Salent. i --
S. .. hildrn recit,! their piece- .;ssiineilN Mass.. established lil annual garden A SCALDED BOY'S SHRIE S
11 ,; T ie h r :.- Horrified"Ii (r h,. t t\li %iit
S ,., '. to t :t .s. o I ui l t leni woulV I retlec: cretli; on ;ni co.n r'ontts, a; i'ut17 tit chilti'(In' Thltte iriz- H 'or liiii it s Nolt h, \ ol N 1 .4
it \ I tT a "hlor t" N -, il l aI I. ''I
.,'t I :.- 1; s'-s ious'.. inti i for Ihe f u h i .r ha wh ll l, n it :. ,. , *
,..h >.e ot.l- a d colheg s. oFollov in. is the i!ml ro ii .,,,i ;.:i;,l ,l ,i i,, .'!* i;IV.l i.lhr. Buckl ',n s Ar.-n :i Sai \ *. 0
iiH .- iil|,lt i''- A H .l -l t u suc l s l:s. T h! i ir ;ap-;l r I.. i lt'. I V lit l < s itr 'T I -" ; -
~'. ** lG I u C.^.*Il'a l i- ( :1 '** a "! :h- 1 ''"!1 r"MO "l .' l I..'illl .:,1 I' ,
1* : Ir ;i- <0 01.ll1on as lhe s;un- | A T h'h'''' H intir-, h]!i> S :;i- "ir , iihldr..i's Aa; ,i..n. (ir hi!,:'.i 'h'ip, ,l u,,d, .'-,,, ^ .
-. ; \\ 1{ S i- 1 2 \ o,' tIo l( l' .I !;;iv-, b en cal l '*L;,'!. ilth, nilult e",'* ln ;it T yv,iini.s & ',.
R0ci'ation- .\iA isl (;raiiiiian ha\ t)f'i'i (!iah n.Lel for i ; has i ant! -
F 'la. Confessed His M mistake tii 1 Stt*r;'s ;la il S~t:'i s, f hll w,'.l ih, ,\' ork ,litroh'kitoh( i )t t -tt 'lso !1h T-\hr t ll --, howltc a s-ol;. ,
', h,, t l r. i i .HLo- t' .'i a l .i I' Ilogfii le St0)ii.n a ~ 'i ,ro- I toch v' b -'r \ti i proper ju. i l,,' i 4') 9 v hint t ', 1i ,I
I . *i t..\'ant' i. i '" t R a i h' 'r .(--or:,e and A:'.si' y t a.- id supply il lis r c!i i in l! hiiidr l i . \ *
S .- t.,e, i. :. ,ga d o t e Grantil' Ralil i anlt ',nico S ;l\. pl;i at il nii es. Th u er;il s !v ('i t .i t .
1n o i ix msti. i'ii!t' a:'ii E its t i nAni i'.. ll (c :-I r.\ l 'irusioli \\us by 1 \t ;irl t e li \ ;in ; '' w i fl
:I o i .l i-nIi i o ifferent nation, lia, i ; o ii in r Ti " 'i
S* :i o l oi law. ~S~. Trii ph ir Hoit" --Sc'o! i oriiii r n- \v,.r, r.sponsil- in l :i l ; i.il i c li hli, .
t 'h ., :. . h ," t li m i -lr;iit hi Rin s .t N W.\ ill1ford. s !ut o i ; hlrs ,.- I ''oli oii ol .' r"! T Il. K i ', o t th. li 'l ta l.-J ill -ro v id in ini. lo i 11 l i
S.4.-.'t.'. .t.'' i o. 4.l i i i'li e''t . . i" l 1 .''"" ', ''!' 'l', i n 'ti'Tr-.- l i e $lh h i]i a 1 I ll l y ; i< '' ,v l i ) h < 1 , .
S: v Tlti t to pi-al- (l 'i a r;. piar ih 'oitoub tl .., ti i ,lry su. inn i ow '' iip iin p l. t lv u . ,
.hit e R I .Ix T ita' \\idL"' -li i.` l Oi- and mnthI s. Th( s. iiis pi (-ctors el otalledt ;n t x ', y 1'in -: ''' ;,i !',
S' .:. . i\e\ r. Lillian Livinsit on. Ani i ulieryl I I. ra iniii I froit lhiri,enl i lIo lwen .-
4 r tilt <'.o\. hl0ow co1-W Ravin oll i Ruwl-.. .I. C. Rain> and. Ma- l'ur in each wa;rd. Thi e gei'in ral result ii
S- '.... i :ni o-n riol Livingston. ot' sucih effort has be,,n that., althoughI R a S r a at hiEs im iI '. hi.'
SSonh. "Room in Thin.r:, Darllh' hs'asot was .1ry one. the gardens or $1 a dc zen. Apply Oaala i tir'
: Irohibi'ion \h ii .lesls"--Priiai class. :t id Ilihe intri have suri asse State of Ohim, ('iy o Tol"',,i''
t- .i 1 di-i i ieli\e Sinal Flags- Ai Guh ryn. -En- ; hos, of a i flor r \ r. L ;i ('o i --.
... ..i i W l have 'ie Lieingston and O1.ewelli.n Olin. There, wrqe awar.nt- for vegeable his senior lir tf tt ri "
'*., ~0 *.<' a"iitt'y foreign- -Misioln and Patrioi i.ri l -Super. irdtins, flower ar ns. general gar- j.. c(h(ne.y & ('.. doing .' iis.-ill ss illn 1i
S- 'h. |Ia had a coal in tr h pit anid school. lns. grass nlots. improved yards and oity of Tolelo, couiiy ;id staic aio'.
'- ,*'.,.*i I nOinhs. Sta- son "MV Coi ri'y. 'Tis of Thee"- con inaliioins of hose. There were said. and thal sail ir'il will lp.i tI!
'ta, uxleic prohibition School ho-ne g ardent. school gardens. vacant i al ..iOf ONE HI'NDRE
'l;. h l,, t.n more goods g. "Forth le R'upers"-School. hoi gardens, and window boxes, that cannot be cu.red bIv ilt, l (istl.il"ot'
i<,l I." coll,.ections bet- Offering. The prizes present a variety of at- Hall's Catarrh Ciir.
*M u ** l< court cases re- vuch credit and prais.' is due the tractions, those offered by the civic FRANK J. ('llENi.;Y
.... !.ali1 I 0i ain idea that !adi s who so kindly drilled the chil- l'glue being supplemented by special iSnwlony re,,rleo, nwh 1 subh I i- 1" Ih,-
k! .,au. *i'\ ih a general dr'-ei in these exercises and helped to 1r'izes offered by citizens. They con- cenlher...\ lA I ss 1"
," ue: - I| !i,,ve if we ,lnak, th< day a success, sist of medals, money, coal. bulbs. (Seal.) A. W. (,IL.ASON.
' ,I. ,1 *.*Ic!io:, hreT now Dro- After the exr'*ises our pastor made hooks and garden tools. Raymond ....,. ,, . Notary Public.




!mper a 4, ,j Ar S
S -4 w e 'I *- ,. .
t t' A eS.,

A ill 1.1..



V. ~

.i .


Pr Se.t-,

' I


A.: t' I

7iclvr and


~ a *



| $3.00 to $5.0 O

|Haycr.att & .-

AI I Il i i I I I In




The lackson IaMn & Trust Co


___ __



110.x4i TINIV.

I \N %

I RI.A.I.1% III F. IZ I.-I'l; V -%I \ I '.

.NI NI N I NI -:





LOcaland Persnaj r(hiI.- ol i itn
amol-z th aas,. ~in a
IW' S-' Hk)no~n on4f Olt- 'hr-fair.
#Mae. I ..a tr ~ t h,.



Th last ... ....-:, m' 1'''t "o C a s-_
.M ,* -i--- ,ra i.1r..nr ia.Z. t itt &j :..> Beautiful Dislay otf Artistically Decorated Motor Cars---A <
, r ir s visiting hi, during: ihn. 'fair rAo ior' '7.
r.- ., and. Mrs C n. MS un_ h a ___ Scene Of Beat.ty and Artistic Achievment.
r~. \ M rs c 11- S t A
,'r for ti fair i11r. L. i. Ay T ar,.' a an .
M. i. ---- -- the late l)r. A\y-r ot I.ak, \.ir. -i.,, X h :: ,: )il parade '".ldneilday Mrs. Edd -C'artnicha.-l's car was ,,lab-,
MI*.. ta,, I Pa.,te.ur is lip froi, Thanksgiling in Oca,.. :,,,:: t.n ,' clo k market one of orately ,deorat-d with dark .reen a l ur k f, r
d a f e w il a % s w i t h h f r 1 i L w h t b a
,. t, Cull a Mr. \A. A. M. yrai '. 1. -: brilliant pag-ants that e ver white bunting, and driving with h.-r ,, . ,
iNit. (" r. C nell r. .C.ra tiiI,.ar :;. Ia nt
-a ------- ofTampa sprt.ndintg hee f:.ir we. ,. Oal. wer Mrs. Ja Enessr an Mi
)ta r Jan 0 Hulu by of the G. A. R.. h4is fri-nls in this 'ii\. : ': l :\d luntrels of ipeo e McCorkle. .1 A -:"
So amnirg the. many o.,% of town vis- .. 'he parale. Every street Mr. and Mrs. A. (;. (Gats had their r- f f
Irt (k'ala Saturday. C Cl. Nic Barco. alalI- In ha;1 d i, ,...(! dW\,n which itie automobile-s car very beautifully done in pal.- I' I';" '' '
r .- where a good ihin is :in er 0. a,: *,, lind with spectators, green and whi't hunting and colored ''.J '.
Mrl JohnB Hrown of WVildwood for- up to se,' the fair. II- v. as i n :[.... ;:;..;t anal ennthu-,iasni n:an- batons, annd driving with them wt, r
S.'. n Dy f <" '. .... i ira as intense. .Miss Louiso Nixon an .l Mrs. Richard.- .- ,:I .
1 6 t Satur.lay in Ocala. ; .. .f .... .. ...

Mr an,% M.s C E. Foy of Belleview
*ra ~sitain, Mrs. Foy's parents, Mr.
4"d Mr4 James A. Campbell.

Mr and Mrs W. W. Harriss an-
mount- the- birth of a son. The little
am- wah born Wednesday morning.

Mrs Annie Martin is down from
Martin to attend the fair. She is the
r*v: of her sister. Mrs. J. E. Bailey.

Ibr and Mrs. H. C. Spooner and
qawwhte-r came up Wednesday from
Stant()n to attend the Marion C(o',,ty

I "da 3


ML'.-ian. ateLr a short v\- i, i
sath Mrs. Townley Porter. left
afternoon for her home at Co-

Mr and Mrs. F. M. Ramsdell of Le-
rioa camt* in Monday. They came cs-
prtally to attend the big sale at the

Prof P. H. Rolfs, of the U. of F.,
who I Judge of the corn exhibit at
or fair. is accompanied to Ocala by
Mrs. Rolfs.

Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Davidson and
Master Zack Davidson came up Wed-
saeday to attend the fair. They drove
up in their automobile.

Mrs. John Marshall and baby have
returned from San Antonio, where
they have been visiting Mr. Marshall's
bther. They are with Mrs. H. C.

Ur Wilbur Cleveland. a student at
6I@las College. Winter Park, is home
r a few days' vacation to take in
Marton's big county fair.

Dr. W. R. 0. Veal, accompanied by
Mb soo. Mr. C. R. Veal, of Martel, are
in Jacksoeville. Their many friends
will be sorry to learn that Mr. C. R.
VeY will have to undergo an opera-

Moe. B. E. McLin, commissioner of
agriculture, came down from Talla-
base yesterday to visit the fair. He
io very high In his praise of the exhi-
tito Marion county is making of her

Prof. Joseph L Wiley of Fessendea
Academy is down to attena the Ma-
ribm county Fair. The fPesenden
Academy has a splendid exhibit in the
megro department, and it is eliciting
a great many encomiums.

Mrs. Mamie Mallett of Jacksonville
is in Ocala for the fair week, and is
the guest of Mrs. John R. Martin. Mrs.
Mallett formerly resided in Ocala. and
ishe has many warm friends in this
city. who are greatly pleased to see
her again. This is her first visit to
Okeala in a number of years.

ion. Ed L. Wartmann, member of
th.- state board of control, and Mr. W.
.I. Crosby. member of the 'board of
county commissioners, both of Citra.
are among the prominent visitors at
the fair. They have one of the finest
citrus fruit exhibits at ithn fair that
one would care to see.

Mr Roese Hunnicutt of this city re-
-eived a telegram Wednesday contain-
ing the sad news of the death of his
father. Mr. T. IH. Hunnicutt. at his
home at Augusta. Ga. Mr. Hunnicutt
was sixty-eight years of age and was
an old Confederate soldier. Mr. Reese
Hunnicutt's friends extend their sym-
jp pathy to him in his great bereave-

Misses Clara and Ophelia Gray of
St. Petersburg. have arrived in

Colat. Ru1'i-,t F' R a,
wy,!l I P*a-a',! V. P h ha-t. i. :ia

our coin: v.

01, ('111:1. a'1c lIV i nl aat

Y1r (.''! -Tn l~i,. of Rmck we'll Im sa

7t~r ~ a- T.aa p.'a st so--a

J c r i zi;a) f I r.~

a \a 1ja N ':~a ~ a

the past >evt nil (as

A Ranibloer ai!nomoaita V i
owned Mr.'t. F'os-;i.r of Pn-k
latka. I1,'vas .;a 1-.p.ia~vi
electric lights. Those who saw o:i :y
that it is the hanalsome--s; rnachnan

j InT ;oli .1 I iii f i-en t u nt-e
a.te-~: n'*it roinitha'i'a'iii, OM-
a ;0 %) V.iaofla Stlet.
a: ~ KAi_-.bac ~ak to,) nba'it v.
- t (jo ~ua I-!I .Shool. na
'' o'i, t ) t he tifair grounds, aniJ
,a~"'*-,around the race track.
A; ~a taisa numiber- of photo-
v ~,.2 a of the beautiful
T.8 1 p a r a daIa 1 ch a '.- fo o a r -
a-; t- *a cIrallyv o' erCA v.i'h

~ ~~~~~~~~ .,. -2.,V as n t trctiuk
i \Mast -a-of Noi...... l

a k-. i 'a-lst .of tb carsj

--li i lii o, t i; ant n. ne ar -. as nti

M ss Bluir Woodrow had Mr. Ed-
.;tIajlol-fer's ear, and with her were
vae~a~ Ca ~'~iZ "~0-1i.- ('la' .lt~~ 1.1741 IC *ttll A hk

-L u .. L vx t t-i .ii rs en uniit t i : .1 .; u n '-s t) t d .itH, oa.. !mlV itlll u1-
streets. 1 -ta Perry. May McIntosh and little
Sih'ney ('ull<'n. This car was v-,ry
J. M. Meffert of Kendrick was in i)cautifully decorated in poincetti
the city on business Tuesday. Mr. in'ssmvns and (quantities of bamboo.
Meff'art is president of the Or'la Li a '.T, little girls wore white dresses
Company, which company owns :ii:l! and red ribbons.
operates a large lime kiln at Ken- Ano.her beautiful car was that of
drick,, probably the largest one i aMr,. and .Mrs. F. W. Barse. With them
the state.--Gainesville Sun. were Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick and Mrs.
Simi;:)ons. Over the car was a larze
Many thought that because of th- oun canopy, entirely made of big
excessive drouth the success of the yow chrsanthe
fair would be interfered with. but pink. white an yellow chysanthe-
trut::s, and the same handsome flow-
those who thought so were not good es were used with very artistic ef-
prophets. The most inviting and suc- t all ovr th ntir ar.
culent vegetables were in evidence. On:. of the most beautiful cars was

A fire alarm was sent in yesterday that of Mr. and Mrs John Taylor,
morning from the third ward. rhe which was mo.st elaborately decorate-
fire was at Mrs. Reed's home on the td wh bi yellow sunflowers and the
Sentilre car was covered with a lattice
other side of the General Bullock old car was covrd with a lattice
work of green and white bunting,
place. The fire companies quickly re-
.. -..% m.^- ., .A .nn."....... ...... the whole forming a big basket.

spUnded. T Ue damage one amounts
to about sixty dollars.

Mr. S. J. McCully was among our
numerous visitors Tuesday. He says
that he has got some inside informa-
tion about the making of Japanese
cane syrup, and can make it as clear
as honey, as thick, and nearly as
sweet. The possibilities that are in
store for us are really marvelous.

S. A. Moses and Brother have pur-
chased from Mrs. Mathews the Elks'
Cate. They expect to make a number
of improvements and keep a fine es-
tablishment. The Moses brothers ap-
pear to be Alladins and everything
they touch seems to turn to gold. We
know that they will succeed.

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Allen, who
have been making their home at Tam-
pa for the past year. have returned
to their former home at Macon. Ga.,
where they will again reside. Mrs.
Allen was formerly Miss May Allrel1
of this city. Mr. Allen is manager for
O,h, rdaihv Packing Companv in Ma-

Driving with them were Misses Ma-
mie Taylor. Janet Weathers and Bes-
sie MacKay. The ladies were prettily
gowned in white, and carried sun-
shades made of big yellow sunflowers.
Mrs. Edward Holder's car was ex-
ceedingly beautiful and elicited many
compliments. It was entirely covered
with yellow chrysanthemums. In the
front and rear of the car were huge
yellow butterflies, which were most
effective. Driving with Mrs. Holder
were Misses Alice Bullock and Eloise
Miller, Master Edd Chazal and little
Misses Marie McKean and Charlotte
Chazal. The ladies wore white gowns
and big white hats covered with yel-
low chrysanthemums.
Mrs. Charles Rheinauer had her car
exquisitely decorated with pink and
white poppies and quantities of pale
green bunting and silver tinsel. Driv-
ing with her were Miss Valeta Potter.
Miss Pauline Sullivan and Miss Jo-
-cephine Turpin of Americus. Ga. They
w.,re all gowned in white and pink.
and in their hair wore wreath of pink
and white poppies.

. . Another noticeably lovely car was
con. j tha of .Mrs. Will Edwards. She drove

Mr. .1 0. Hightoer ot Candler. h-r own car. which is a white Buick.
who has been illn attendance on ihe' and riding with her were Mrs. John
bih fair ever since it opened, was yes i.. .:, awards,. Miss Percy Christ'an and
terday nimade happy by the aInnounce- Mrs. Chaires of Olatown. This car
mcint of the judges that Ih.- hada cap- was very charmingly decoratted with
urgedd lithe blue ribl>.>n for his exhibit hundreds of big red poppies and yards
Af nlinea *rais. and Irish potatoes, andl -ards of silver tinsel, the effect
thing exceedingly beautiful.
Mrs. Louis R. Chazal expects to Mr. .1. M. Meffert and his son. Mr.
leave ioday for Philadtelphia, where Bruce Moffert. drove their runabout.
she will spend several weeks with her and it was one of the most unusual
iarent;s. Dr. and Mrs. Hickman. She and attractively decorated cars in the
will also spend a few days in New parade. The car was ornamented
York with her son, Mr. Louis H. Cha- with bunches of oats. vegetables and
zal. and he and Mr. John Chazal will other farm products.
accompany her home for the Christ- The Meffert's big car was driven by
mas holidays. Mr. Fred Meffert. and riding in kt
....a... .. I-

Mr. Frank G. Anthony. who has
been making his home in South Dako-
ta for the past several years, arrived
.n. rna ThanksgiviiL: day and is the

were Mrs. J. M. Meffert. Miss Malbel
Meffert, Miss Rexie Todd and two of
the younger Meffert children. This
car was adorned with American flags
and bunting.

sonU u il ltln t I: ;'l. 0 I- i
In Mayor Robertson's machine. *.np'," .t.- .... ;'. ..t ',.
which, was de-corated with black and "i:-. .: .
red pennants, were Mrs. Rober,:-on. '** '.- .
Master Jack Robertson and M lis i. -u'' i ; .. ,A i; '.,
Grace Hatchell. i.tit. ,
Mr. Robert Tydings had in his car \ard n'.l.r *r , .
Miss Ethel Hayeraft and .Mi-ss'.s Lil "'f*l '' :
lian Thagard and Annie Davis. Their t' t "- r :. .t
car was attractively ornamented with ', ii ra . .a1 a.
flags and hunting. h: ..
The R. L. Anderson nachin..' ..v.
d riven by Mr. Pat Andehrson and tt in ", '
the car were Mrs. R. I,. Anderson." ,' .* ,
.Master Clifford Anderson, Jrt. .Va:st..r \
Martin Roo ss, .1r.. and M iss,'s l-:i i ': :.
)Owv-ns. .larie ilaile and Tunmiueii' *: ;" a
Standiey. Their car was also (ldt-cr 'i
ated- with Amneri<'an ltags. !)un'ing a:, .1 r ,
iti' lltll ]e lVtV e i[ 1 , .
Mr. 1). XV. Davis' car was hb a.iti I ,a;
fully decoratel with red anal whit ', r :' -' , *
chrysanthen nitu.s. and in the car wt r.- ,,'* ,f *

Mr. and Mrs. D):;avs an,! M.-is- s E::,:a
beth and Mome Dlavis.
Mr. Jim Rentz hadl his machine d'c.-
orated with red, white- and bIn, haun'-
ing and fiags. In this car with him
were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rentz an I
Misses Martha Kate and Louise
Mr. M. J.1. Roess drove his car, and
with him were several of his gentl-
men friends.
Mr. R. R. Carroll had his Maxwell
runabout decorated in red, white and
blue, and was driving alone.
Messrs. Mclver & MacKay had one '
of their Jackson cars entered in the
parade, and in it were Messrs. George '
MacKay. Charles Rheinauer, H. C.
Judd and others. It had patriotic dec-
Mr. and Mrs. George Stein drove
their car in the parade, and with the-ru
were Misses Ray and May Stein and
Mary Phillips.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Home's car was
decorated with bunting and flags also.
Driving with Mr. Julien Robinson
were Miss Etta Hood and Miss Fan-
nie Robinson. Their car was decorat-
ed with pale pink, white and green
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp and chil-
dren were in their big touring car.
which was decorated with flags.
Mr. W. V. Newsom, Jr.. and several
of his boy friends drove Dr. Newsom u's
car. It was decorated very prettily
in Ocala High School colors and peu-
Mr. Foster of Palatka, who is visit p
ing in Ocala, and has a beautiful
Rambler, entered the parade. Driving
with him was Dr. S. H. Blitch. Mr
Frank Harris and his little grandsn.m. T
Master Harris Powers.
Mr. LaRue of the New South Farmn


spef' tliI caaipiatlITt: -Fit '4'~ t t t
Mr Marlin ; malth.r
Th*- hwhaaa w.-c- w %, '*r% r '
alte-c. altitu yn t ':,a- i :I I 1 -4to- C ne~

rooni was etq.eilk %pr' a' 'h.at, 'ai
- e o '(4 Lt i ofn Pot I9'tiz .6i,' OfYt i .a,''
?ruit. In thiptrromln,:z el ,

Diigthle- .%tte'ruces'n Mr% \%k I11
wn'Ison of rainipas ou'ri : xa
Ilcn'-i. Mlrt.. 'r i ; 1l4 hn-a.e r
Irtna lak. s"aliag iri-I '4 moe 1.4 'to
nett tplaye-d ait i u 4-rub fittii 'torat ... I A.

The part v ua ye-trv itttcrtipai &"di
was in ,'e-vrvt*ay.Irigshi fail 111:a
%lartiti was ; tamixt.-alin eault-r*t5flgig
her gu. tits to %rhe-r daj.Iathamari Mr--
A'ilmon andl 'hosleIWa-ivsMarton &u.1
!iv Wpms IrnxMakIae-

Thu- i;,L~t ttst Mt l. iottim, 1'-9 vq #- '
mura anid eL 'tbnc-h rc l-sa iol d 4
inimn rtgiia, ivia, ins 'a.- :i.cto ** lie
tIL"Ptist 41t e irtce .te V'* '%t#-I, aism II
ba i rueda v toA r u i tg j Re- 'o% \ li I'-a.-
MAD. pat-' ar -af ,hr- t briia an hLa,, b
rvack.vil &uctugn .-vt wo rhalol~lU' g
fe r"A nic A "! a 1 t l' # e11' qp*.of f
6vn, twe.i.au fulal i-i it'C I
.A! I 3 Ft 'a-i at 1 44 AI

'ht.Iitk inaa !ht lit,- a'll! a-I
rhe-k~- iin -or

and Home Company. had his car
most attractively decorated with Ipat

.' i g ,

C 4

n aa,


I'. I a
4 a

'A -

4 -


a I~' at' a a
a a

metto leaves and green buiiinig \Vs
conspicuously displatyed w e-ret clusttera ,'
of oranges and atwricul tural prnal -'a-
Occupying seats in :l-as c:.r a-r \1t
and M rs. .1 H. l.tni:,e :;ttl, at!; '.d 'a a
Mr. C. \V. Ross <> i'nla~: < .'
Mr. Harry Pea,!ricnk ,f a
Miss I. tRut raares.r.'.ra a ;, -. -
of Liberty."
.\ \ ery ali:'.:;i' '. .: -.,. ,,, .
Cadillac ciars t"u'i 'a., a' .
Ocala Gas lEn in,, \', ..w
Mi'. Pratt Mlorr!- .i \1 -
dr,-sse at as ( -. T!" 'a i'' at Aa a ', '
one in r-d. anld 'I*:.-. -
or:it"d in s i'il ar ,I" .
M r. .Morris l:.J -,at:a .. t ,i
and te\;,rt ldri. :n:.z 1 I. .-' '
bai" a: a o' I -a' t

and (crteateai tii i .tinri:n*' !,
Th- F( nit~a!r-. a td Ma-ictihi i aa, -
also had a; iJi:i 'a *;--n'.r*- a 'A .
not dec-orat. ,l. bu' wt i : . I + ta *
crowd of jolly w:kren ,, n ,
The automobile parad. A :i.- :t a ., ..
beautiful affit-. anl %a- '.* ;a"v r"* *w
joyed by ,.veryon. ah 'n0 .',<,,,t i,. a
Th,' chililr-in of the o riiJ;ja a..a -.. .

a,.. -a!. t. at
ta A
a at -. A

at a, .

~: ~ a-
I. ti I ~ .~ ta

a. aeaa,,af I-. .'
a. ~ ~f t a-




NNE IN) I. I -A IR N V, % lk






. *



( .)CI A I I A

TATION of popidal ion.
IThe hsoyof ktinnia zand lBirming--
"'We again riteiorate ;hit all, ,he r. ainsbw tht;i p5'hI
gzr.,-It ar l 1)pmspero'i : j ,2 'i ()IW
world art'o o n wtiro 3~~i ~ h''v. i1
()eala R~nn
What tho S-ta-

Your 'ac and1 my flag. an,', how~ it tlhe:-. n ~'. 21K: .: ~ .:P.

b your land and my land and half the
world away: | r.d. y :. ,
Se -, r-.d n bhhl.3 r-,, its sr'rir .s f..- .
? gleam ",-*-. ,'". ,-. ; .'- ".. .. ... ,, "i.
Ow w -Lt., and Oul white, the gooi .,,. ,. ,., .
forefathers' dream:
"y bluMe and true blue. with stars that ::"w... o n 'a::i :',< \'- *:."i.:.

gleam aright;
The glor.ed guidon of the day. a she:-
ter through ,1.v night.
Tor flag an1 my flag. and .,h. h:.',
much it holds'
Tr lanu anr.d my land secure w;:h-'
Its foid.;
?er fart and my h.-art beat quik -.
at the sglht.
OB-kised and wind-t, ssed. the .s-
and blue and white:
Tb or.e flac. Lhe great P.ag. the f.ag -.r
me and you:
Oortfle-l i.: 'e hos*4. the red and
wrnite .*nd blue.

P. V. Leavengood. Business Manager


Six motllihs.
mhe onths


T.., B:ou nsrille affair will noz

.d'.= a-'-mfour wee" k-ilona-rressz
('11 ti~B ut le"'s ntU01 a. ui-
iwt:I aft Thanksgiving

Tk tt- Sr r. n UI-L. '1A.11

tr- presto t rvt41.

T:.. Tim.-s Union .1:. he &anu,.s-
III F-t :r: ..c' cona 'ne';i a who'k,
ag' Ad' .-r n! nw (,-.:r fair anid

aiA,: .~e-' i aki-n from
the'x' *:u -c ,*k, !or. ;.rison zstrnpe!..
a'. . r '.r.

Z -33.n'T b:;h ti- gi.OU dl."

Do t n.te amelsi a
JIM* .*, 7 I..,. 1 .I&iyi.

(T 1 h, m w 3 qhh, 1: :al,- "

53.) ~~ :t. v: i N: !:4. z .

A s3 :, .. tz; .3 :, .L .l


:tal a:A. Ud ~l

locz a::i or.,he.-Xzwar s I*l a

na3. ''- i. lako nor r tr:.3 .'4.


* : '; .i '. : :
-.., a '" a :il h 5, n",,"

.3... '4,
1-1 .1!'

N r :'~ .41 ~. t'.~ ~3 i.3 3d v'
P3'>> .

3 ~33 ~'3~ ~,

.4 .4 3 ,3
.. .3

31 .3~.3. I I~' ..L4 -

WATER VS. RAILWAY RATES the ftrr. Th.. ha~*. ,i,' th. r n

The st'anmship lines anel.'t'El 'd he d
!":) lw ;.I !'ilin s. anl o t < <)11rs"< "r1 tti f ., ,
; ; ,\\ ,' '- t ,I 's i ,s b l i l n -l i', 1~ ,' .

0 -41 V

''P '11 '2,'&!~ I

.4 ... .* ;~I 'C-
j3'\ ~~~I3'.3. ~'' 3 ... '3.

~ .t:i
3 ..,':3' .3

'33 .

3. .3.
S. 3I.'' a'.


3 .1 3'~3 3
* 3..- T'p~. 3 .. ~
.4 4 3 ..3
,. 4
*( 33(3.. .43'
'.3 3' 3 ....
.4. '.3,,,.- .. 4

3~~4. 34'~33~ .
'I, 3131>

3.3. ,. ,33~ :~ .34.1!
:21. ~i .~ 3..p~ ~T, 3' 3
::. tv ~ -* 3 43

3 3. .3.
.433j '~'~3' 4

larztest ar,! f i e s,'5 L:ar owI) 'a 11 A 3I. 34 'X' 4. .:.! ~3i '3 '3 ,
G eoorg-,a.33 3. .

1 n,' nauer vwi'h A.lit. .
ha !i ,--n(tnIf M 1inale I'",T. \io ;.311t,,rc0h3a3-3 1' '
\Vhat has bet-rn 'nazle p ssllo :n (. .:::3'. 2.!"'13> P ? -A1 L2-,'32
G eor-,-;,a an3i Alal-ania 3 an b3' *43 3 3
pos;iblt- in Florida. arnd .''erv oelwr .~i.~~ ~ 2'i:,1>4 J ~ ..t

BTt, t rentemhoereti. Tow.;. :a* t a'.3'3~ .J1i ~ 3*3 ~
ciztt's have t' r w u s-to -

sea ot0135tey o.d h'I N o'0 N%- 71 hunA. T 1 1h3.a"I.a 'I'

R~a~lway' is . .' 3' V.I11'14. :. p33.. 3a

I I z Ne-w a '.vas I a > w ',\)'13 ~t 1 2. -I2 ,'r'4

' s d l 2 . *i'p r o". d.,I :
3'~i1 3~*3 a.:s *3.31 A TLi> '.' as- :~'1t~~3 ' '- :~

o!21 noe (1 a tew 491 e322 t3zt omAe t2'I i .1.L'.I o.. .- .
1143.' 3 111 vel p. t. : .I. ~.* '4 43., ..ps

' .I 3..' -. It

4 33 I 'WV & t'LLLA l Mir-

R., 1. ; Rrou. hto*; is si-7 i- .a:ni ;. : i' 'h, :os: :)ar'vl .;s ...ou .. ::. .niil :h..- ..- rT wa.- .
u *!';.g- in Tam pa 'hen L ....1 h wer:, s his- on "hrouugh :h- pat,-i-s wou.s., a ia,
bhn.rxuh :'.h it even ihe Holy Roll It is !h railway, mtor' han he .our::,,y was rteckoneu on hn- 6:pns o'f,
C-ri U. >-ay that it i-. 4 g.jod plact, water :ralc. Ttta: :s acc le-a "1:>4 h :-- ting'rs. b;" now mi:l 't)os>s ;lri
growth of our great cities., mounted as mere minuTt-s on :,he dial.
Albe-' Williamson. in his newspa- The t-ast coast of Florida was In the way of "ravel has man made
per ttf- Floridian. prince, in lack~on- nothing un:il the Florida East Coas no improvement on nature?
1l&P. :mn his issue ot Sat:rla.- g:ves railway was constructed along i'-s Man's first effort ;o accelerate his
Gove-ruor Broward an awf'll 'roast shores. l eed was in conquering the ox and
Tampa struggle-l along for fifty the ass. and making of them beasts
SMituri farmer sent out into 1I years or more an. amctr:c, to v,'ry of burden. It was his beginning in the
yard th.- ethcr morning 11nd pickl u:p little until it became a -ailway Termi- annihilation of space. That this was
44 ikih d,,ks that hai ben3 killed byina. regarded as no mean accomplishment
h tnmig while i.)irn0 o0r his house.' The editor of tw Sta:- seems :o is emphasized by the fact :ha: Christ
have misun.lers-ood and misinterpret- made his triumph! entry into Jeru-
1 :.i unow believed that tile A-"!
'ed our article altogether I, was not salmn astride an ass.
.artc "- safe, a- Sau ina-i Her -' .
n tended as an eulogy on Mr .James The next great ste-p i: this iir-c-
Jso m Hill. In citing he rapid an. :e- 'ion was his conquest of the horse.
a- aru,'- "ho'" h' CO ,mendous growth of St. Paul an! Min- Note. if you please, how the horse has

luct L.EngL,:. as- candi,:at.- toe' "neap;ols our p':rpos- Aas s:-n:Ip Yc igr- in h:storv How e,' hats sniffed
I n::,. a. -i s-hn2 .w -..s :o a ak- sh'ow the -sibi ,l- hiiidin up :,he smoke of bal:1e: how he has de-
t; t- -ast bi ea- ` :ha:n. r',a citi-s by prop, r ailwavy leisa- :ligYh :housand- i:: the, hariot rac-
,.*', .. *>.. :-'. 3 .--.- ', :on and n:anag-a ; en- ,,s. how toda\ ".. :iac.' rack is the_
r,,,.. The S w 'h ..-' -o i:::et- d. d or 3 ."- '- *; :i 'tu' ; h :; or t..housands.

N3, i- K a A2: ..:0 3

-.= .4 I-''-riia '~' Yborl'..Liiin-. _"..cth.a1- lht- has' :~a .
an,- M i- an _if.4 .tl-z A N ,- dt:- "he boe't't it fn ba r.- m'3 ci .> 'Aa I'314 '
:k-Tr: '7'o pron:'ae tei nteres's :'M, 33Y'' 033:1, u r s<412 >d>.
i hea' his> mo? IX was 13 'U'A Toe '.113..U 3.' ~:4 : u--
T!3 7 :a ".:-1~33 .1.3 '1 'he i a 3 '
a& T~t!-rt. arv t,, 1h b0::. ~ 4*:: : i ;Z'A NJ j4j: 1h u~ '& >d '. 2 1..
a 1'h tl0t- 'ha: ,i~)'I 'faa4 in ab~ an: Tw in :::1 1-T) ua: I:ha!,ae!,.33 n1hk
DO' ttQ'I ''' \''.i ~ \~a.iav p13~or:7:l nam e: T!'. \o I :n a:,tha.: .1 ffn U :13

Ca a -i n pa(, l -In 4.1 3 .11 1 l hl:' i 2 '1: ba n o
~;:~ o: ~st'rne.bu.A~fa s -. 2 Aouid no-, `avt betn as a
A aNt Jer sey bo kkeeeral zflpio 'z a]- sf r '.14 nto n ;,ob 31r 13f re a d Ut ~ 5.t> lt
orta:, o I ro*fl* -.n... e7a:i:or eonn

tare' ns aetntsra In eral vha~ n' (3tof %al fo i4..t.Uht t io,,ed tht r'at'.4:eit1 :1r, I:'ck> nt >-
ass an tiw~i ~ .~. ''t. Ybtt> 101,afe 'lTc.n. 3P.31'C lk h ; t ha s n 3ad i aZ w 111.11-
thec bs th edtorotosnt>;'aer .-A-i-ri1ta I:tni-1r m untins
Tb- ~ ~V&5A te U.V~~ .k~ > abat' tatt heralaadn,. ','l21.ar3's it -heforste-av. a: s urp"ly
:'ei-cvng san- ozpnd -omaddeies'
(W th hr-e hou It > th 1and *,enaren Te auomoble adlooka
CtIIte are,'e 1late! orst a -pt!iancs k) n.
vmtomN~ in th ,A: Pal mine Paulla!JA!nd MinneApols hu :I
tw"%Uthe I12. Sa'sw .aahuNoIn li "aiit o psi'andof a-v res i~undr h 'iwgig p.eti h-nt'r
-wet iced na!i grii' tc
~sia. atftir a~ad her 1erien u..t.-,ss fertl To y ohngo u andshar,'st. 11sehs mado'esai:'e nitse
&All\"2- U!iulwashfl 1 ret .zv a-Icozcnt'il m
Thapetineas d phos1phrateitersst a of -nature likea aead i
M ~hage r'n~ak~. tat ~ ~ l~- ..11d has shal-td mu -hazrfe en-of teX% 111t,11,egint
~ndaedior i rah i clanii~g '. te frmes ofGeogi I lrandhisef- forspeeda' hase !he air re
~hh sit~ astheor~iaii 0r1' c3 on ale.:htediar oldI have n, smls fhscimnt nbId

art, a' s w







3 '.3 .3



and Refinement

Cost no more than the ordi-

nary kind--'tis simply in

the judgment of selection

Hitherto such designs and craftrman-
ship in Clothes were only for the
elect, but owing to splendid execu
tive skill in the assembling and hand-
ling of such a large aggregation of
Master Tailors as are ass.:iated in
the Schloss Baltimore organization,
these splendid examples of the high-
est type of the tailoring art are within
the reach of all.

That's Why we have selected these
Celebrated Master Tailors


of Baltimore and New York
To Make Our Clothes

We are exclusive agents for these

Splendid Ready-to-Wear Garments

Clothes for every occasion-- &_w

for every form and figure -" S.-'-"

There is a special model here fOt YOU. Cen t S uS M

you. No obligation to buy. Or pIeMa am.



* I


Walking Suits and


3-4,. ,* I
*p.33m3Y3..3~ 3 4 3
11* 3 *




I-m CP- ~ m~~


P. A1. rvs...r~

'14 ~

* ' . '

V .,


I i

PICT DURE A VIVDO per cent. phosphate, and too high to MRS. JOE MATHEWS INJURED IN
PIUREe mined, the ship canal will make A RUNAWAY
Stokes and everybody at Gaiter rich,-'
ITo h Ak ,tor ov. la 19,9. and I believe an across-the-state canal. Mr. John I. Edwards received a tel-;
To mboldri tor oala Banner: ,lug on ,l;( 29th parallel of latitude. ephon1"- 'isage Tuesday from his
y*- 'hatr to your files, you will Will pay for itself with ihe valuall(- brothr.r. 1.. K. Edward.-., at Irvine.
'.-*1 thh hil dilat. unp 21. 1 ,,, I "ihaerals excavated en route. And mying hat his mother-in-law. Mrs.
t.. -,l* I4ilidimuth g of ta por' of entry whon ships can load at the mines and .loe Mlathi'.'. of Flemington.. hadl
*n *.i lu.ut.h if t ,, V itblafooch.e dock, on route wIiih phoslihaie. Ful- !' .- n hadi;l il.;it in a runav.ay. She
'", .ih!i la.( r t-li, constructionn of a l'r's earth. kaolili etc., anl wl ith as ivin' frmt i. i hI ,n' to tha" of'
^11 8 t' of 1a(-r l,.



h. ... u, lat.4(' .al;Ult, it a id priiutc. and Sea Island !i soni-itn-it:w anid d.u ht. l t-.r and hadl
S ih 1- i, t Ilr a "o nonrh lali:ud l.on. Ot lacco. ilrar. ft'.. it will I ;' a i v i'..in .hti of hi. house vvfhen
t.i 'i lacoo Ok. sone day for Flor:-a and fiir *d r hurse h, -cahi,' frighten.l and un-
l .i ..i;, .J hy, ri n .sr. f',-on t ;i.- his" ownt. >. masioers and !cr'ws. m;a:nag alhi.,. The aninial ran awayv
1 i' i will sa ,. t I Tit'.y (of lh't tli !in hrew i-'. Mathews out of the
i ', l. i, ,- tli. lltl ll ot iof '.;iliy I!h'.- hilii fl ht' peril, now ,x- r (" 01 OI] !i'do piiek,. i ft ic- e She was
S ,,,a .. a r pli ,,-,1 I" '" in sailiiL. aroul id ('':.t Sa- ',< t-: i .. i! and it is f -arod
.o, 1 \,.a h !h lh i u'-;in o or i ti t"ini lh!'toig h ,b r ( storti- v Fl..r La;i .:' -i.. ,. ; i 11i.:iho 'li
* ** , ^ l 'r" inlporlalt (f ship-^ id ^ raii.-. :^,, !!:,. ,.,-,, i;,r. }.:,.wavtr, ;s ';I,,ihon l ;0
I i l,, ,, ,on t :1 1..1.. I ;" 1 01- 4on n '. : i; x -. 1!i.l '.ua; th ; t". iii ip -, > ,: 0 ,;t, ji ho w bad-
",.. 'al" aia Banrnier <( oii read on the she w;t :: :rd. Sit, was bri,- I
-. . -' I lt: ,, itn :: r ek. of* M any shiL.s in the Florida ii I1." I' ,' i'r:,;d'!a;:;.h r o .h.L j.
" '' f ih ti.. hip eanal. I ;:ward>. i. h, o as bring h.r to
.. -.,,,'* 4 hi. lbi i xl :: ,,f Y :r' fri.r:d (( ";l;. to p;i...! ;h.' wv ,.i with lir:le
I, t 'ri.in aliy la.i AL I-RT 's, o T". I.: ': A\; r'dwar, .i.
; rlnal letit,,r t ;,_ ------o- 'r>. .:;hew is L! wi.. of MrI'..Jo1
S*'1 i i h,. l. ink of this .,;- \ '.:ri'l'h- e o: ntr (o< rli' I nt-ar : athi.ws, wi' o'r so many yeaars was
'h i in detail thi "!ii. ( l u!I ichl E A V .;tri'-i' coOU .. splendid tax a -ses-
Ii...." I,';a,',hiv.. ray a t"our ;an, d cha(! iufffeur ha.l been st;,'. She has grear ni .- f:-ri-nds
i i, 'o all(i of t i. il r wi .vo o'f ilih Iart v li over th-, count.. wl'. will \ ry
S -. , :'',<-.- :lie state : '1 () ni;irri. e lIut owinur to th ;- ; tich rcgrKt to) hear of her accident.
*-. n e- ait t .r\ i l f' I~c d l 1not fitid i i .-a ea and sincrelvy hop' that she will soon
.. i;!<. will aopt my a(h-- nia'rry lhvI th ir h trOy o ,'-' ,' entirely recoveri'[- fron thet effects
i th i:I f lh,. canal is dug '( whirTe .ht- chautofur lost control of ht r unforitnate e-xprienc,.
S- *; 1, ought to be don". oft ;h car al, h y' w-fre, d'l, ih d :'
-'Ilf .-rt-am. I beulievo, will d1,' fPet Ilow off a hbrilai.. Three in the ACCIDENT AT FEDERAL BUILD-
L.-,' thi *i,., acr( s Florida. anI P.l pl ':. were kili'i di t'. ie tler iw ING
i',nla .sort of the cal.:*' wili t no ,-1.v injured.
1n,:4l* Into all island, as inml I e fro-- ti ;',o n. whil-' thhe work-
4*4.! ;, i <'ila. and a eni 'ropicl AT THE CITY COUNCIL TUESDAY I*ll at tliht li, w fl',-dral hnildin, we-re
4 nlii'- will o'liain as f iv- il'th of NIGHT i sini a ri pi''e of cast iron for
It" 3 ianal a> 11', south GC.'rgia ,ine. ---- thi- railin:( of the stairway v lading
,r chil-lr.n will c--ss ihe state on There wa.s an adjournit mnie-ting from tlh.e- sc.)i 1 to the ;hiril siory, hI'
'h1i- L"*Th parallel of latitude canal of the council held last night. the .p ri agingg zav, v\ay anl thbe piece fell.
a4l: i' *** ara. good and 'ile T('vorn- cial business being to provide, for plac- It haiil Ie',n r-:ise nearly to the third
:,, i !!h0l *c1in wI'k o: th," Fl,.da in" th". names of candidates for city Iloor' wh~eni thh. ac('idetnlt happened, and
'-hil canal aas sooi as r h, Panama offices on the official hallot at tlie ap- dropped idown thii stair shaft to the
*anal ais cmpleied. you and I will live preaching e!*ction. tirst floor. li'e-aking into s.\ to %***. it finished. The names pllacet. on thle official '* and! damanai'.. ssonii of 'h. tt-;':7zz.a
o* 61ild oan t ,ru,-t hro&t. an.1 hI tire For Ma or-John D. Roberttson. .. -. v nlati-rial fi'ori h rokenh ip)iees
tha' ltunnellon. I.-.-t;i. ap.d Palah M. Meffert. hal be',n nl'oer!d-. but the accident
ka will \e on th banks, of thea canal. For Aldermen: will dllav the ((ln '-letion 1of the build-
Th.i.n if Ocala and Marion (onTy At Large-M... R- in soe two or lthre w-eks.
l uld a la c l ard-Baxter c .: Fortunately none of the workmen
wail luild a sl 'at!. ,i canal dromn H. h : -, t fe
Roi.>in.on's lan.in ,n Silver pS i ,- 2nd Vard--J. H. Ta)ylo p,. injure,,, although quite a few
m.d Ward-E. T. t work nt-ar by. The casting
, oc ith lhi.,y c m 4th WVard-H. C. Jonos. ih,,l nearly a thousand lIoutnds,
m i and the escape of everybody from any
ad ill i Mr. C. E. Melton of Micanojyv was :ii.-rvy was almuos! miraculous.
T hit -alvt - ,-,





e *

i 0

-,.. .. .,y I -,':aowl.; ', T1n in Ocala Tuesday with his Whito,
,.u,'. and homep-eekers, and I am machine. It is the first White tha,
t.Illi, them to put in at least one has been in Ocala, and those who ar.
da) a' thi. ('c:la Fair. and do you tell judges pronounced it a beauty.
tIok. ;o he happy, for he is soon to,
,i' t n his front porch and see ocean Mr. and Mrs. George Blitch of Mai-
*. ,ani.r'. pass up the 'Coochee. And zie will be the guests of Mr. George
ev.n if )r. Sheppard did tell "Old Blitch and Mrs. Maizie Lyles during
linki." his carbonate rock was 150 the fair.



b i's



Ocala Tuesday, Nov. 30th
The Show this year is Bigger and Better and in a more Command-
ing position than ever before to maintain their unrivaled standing
and rank, and to Amaze and Delight Their Thousands of Patrons.

AS T ... --

A Few of the Many Features You Will See:
Including Duches. the Largest Elephant in the World

H i Five Feet. Ten Inches in Height and Weighs 150 Pounds. Has
Treimendos Strength, Marvelous Agility, and His Pow-
erful Arms Are a Wonder to Behold
Tie rkmr and Pick of Feature Performers of All Nations, in a
PTme Extant. Startling Struggles and Ludicrous Revelries. Car-
r eSpectatorsb. bStorm, and Wildly Applauded by All.

A half mile extra trotting race has
been arranged for the fair at 11
o'clock Thursday forenoon. As both
the owners and horses are well known
in Ocala this race promises to be one
of the big features of Thursday's fes-
The entries are "Black Beauty,"
pedigree unknown, owned by Mr. Geo.
MacKay. anti ".Joe.' pedigree un-
known. owned by Col. W. N. Camp.
Both horses will be driven by the
Tb, '"weighing in" and starting of
these "jockeys" will be a big event in
itself, and. being on a holiday, no
doubt thousands will be in attendance,
especially to witness this feature.
Mrs. Raymond B. Bullock is back
from Jacksonville, where she was vis-
iting for several days.
Mr. R. W. Ferguson of Berlin was in
Ocala Tuesday supplying his old cus-
;cmers with Thanksgiving turkeys.
Ms. hairair, s 4 Oldrtown arrived in
o'al Ia Ml:on : :. ht. lir to visit her sister.
Mrs. .hn 1.. \; yards. !during thr hMa-
rion ('OUlltvy !-air.
Mr. ('. 0. Conrdey of LnnTie was in
(cala Tiuneslay with s:1)ne x-rapefruit
for exhilbiion at t'lh' fair. It takl's
only thirty of tha'ii to fill a crate.
li. J. T. lendIerson. a whiloin citi-
zen of outir county.% was here TutlsdaY
He says that he is going to Iurchase
a farm near Ocala. and again he a cit-
izen amongst us.
Mr. E. P. D)isniikes of ('ollinibus,
(ia.. is visiting Floridta. antl is spend-
ing a few days in Si. Augustine with
his brother. Mr. John T. Dismukes. He
owns the lot in front of Mayor John
D. Robertson's. and may visit us dur-
ing the progress of our fair.


With the GRANDEST DISPLAY of toys, dolls, children S

niture, wagons, carriages, carts, mechanical toys, drums, hon m, .

ever shown in Ocala. Alli'kinds of gift articles, toilet cases, ,

baskets, manicure sets, gloves, handkerchiefs, ties, collar and M

boxes and baskets, albums, combs and brushes, silverware in all i

the different pieces, goldjiewel boxes,toilet articles, ribbons, hWe

hosiery, hair ornaments, etc., all suitable for Holiday GiL

Merchants who handle a small line of these goods are ,nvtd a

look through our stock and get prices before buying their Holid


Special Prices and Discounts to Public Schools. Chur

and Sunday School Committees.



Christmas Tree Candks PyF.


Frank P. Gadson

The Commercial Bank Block, OCALA, FLORMIA

Mr .1. M Blair of Oi klaw a,>! -'~ ',.:i
was in town Tuesdai y wii li 't. r'
if ying inform iion litai h. hi-. : 1
paraiion tlb-.1i as s5 ; *w i ,li w hit- .'T

faded. He ha- a twi .o ,ili.ing (
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mathews faed. He ha-a rt ii, \',.r,,ll
leaves and oranges. a- !hxt'"h .- w'r
drove up from Candler Tuesday morn-wn. Two ars a, -
ing to spend the fair week with Mr. the tr on which th.y w*gr. on
Mathews' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. a U
was black with th. 0''1 'h-
H. Mathews. Mr. .John Mathews has whi i
entered his fine horse for The races, to take an are of an on
and also has other exhibits for the
a single tree in tilhe tnist ,f a tl% il
fair. tested grove, and it he does not -iuc-
Mr. W. 0. Bishop writes to Postmas- ceed in driving them off coniple.,ly h e
tr Cron; fromi Harrishurg. Pa.. that will not charge a penny. It look' r0
he and a pnrty of friends contemplate us as if Mr. Blair is d,-stin'.l t-. I*.
a v it .oOala .-me time in Januy known as a benefactor.
more for the purpose of finding a heal-
thy climate and to spend a part of the Handsome Line of
winter than for the purpose of making o
investments, but investments may fol- Read Trimmed

Let Us Help YTO Tf




Next Year

Pw Mod 0%~ -.0
'**~p e'r -*40 .-
,sas* mma&-$ 4.-
'I. -


I N 1) E T. K EI 14
ANI lilt KNtM1K >PIl KMilFll.^lIKiN'







C __










-..J - - - -

a 4



6 i ANNUAL FAIR The Wild West show, palmists, merry-
sa go-rounds, etc.

s" tI Plerta ---
Thsd Illy. Marion Hardware Co.
Si Itaih a treat pleasure for The first booth to the left on enter-
b precse. an .ulowhnm upon the ing the industrial building is occupied
'umM,) Fair Nothing said in
10 a|1", an exaggerationn. Ad- by. the Marion Hardware Company,
falltl t .14 tI jut ice. It marks with a splendid exhibit of gasoline en-
1p",fI t i, I t'he- progress of our gines. One is attached to a deep well
S4 .'**r.- i a writerr of fiction pump. another to a feed grinder for
_A.,' ,iiarrhal in his fancy grinding corn. cob and all. One is
aom s as '? ,e. array. of agricultur-ialso attached to a miniature irrigating
b1t.,,. plant. Then there are several smaller
The Corn Exhibit engines for use in spraying and other
S i *ta ce, n thb- corn exhibit, we'light work. The exhibit is in charge
-W PrWf olfa l li was bu.-y with.'of Messrs. R. 0. Connor and Frank E.
Smt *oeo M am*ud p4*1til. and on ask- Wetherbee, who don't let many get by

t 64m kM i ta..'." heo immediately
Um ta. *stari' s lie has attended
p ap tair in Florida since his connec-
a *lib the. Ii -rsity, and he gave
* so hib uitseia-d opinion that it was
Ss,*t*** trn **xhibhtion ever shown
B amrs4a a' avy county fair or any
.1g fair In d*.scribing it he says
IB O d.- '.*., to tw labelled "Eleel-

Ti, uut, ,*shubit does not stand

Pme Citrue Fruit Exhibit
It p adsag the' citrus fruit exhib
a Mosrs Cnrosty and Wartmann (
m ** haieelwnied to meet Mr. Dan'
Mill-r IHe i acting as one of th
-r aritals HeF took part in fair
B thw- ul. ei ywiti-on days and is a
uprt Het mays that he would b
1s mg in) wager that this fruit exhit
a sm i4 take' the premium at any fat
ii ert is ti the finest lot of citru
ISet thai b' has e-ser seen. In thi
p>m s'e freely coincide. A gentle
m frutm, California soon joined us
Or e@M 'ha tif he had not seen i
t his ,%an ,.e*-* he would not havy
b1ohi I' te-mihl*' to have gotten toc
gtlbr "u h a fine collection of citru
I I- as inimeunsely better thai
alttiag he had ever seen before. H(
b wi, st 40& to his friends in California. ThE
ilhot ems~aistsi of a variety of orang
ft Md grapefruit
Aereultural Department
It tl- agricultural department is ai
bs& of mwrTly everything that wil
U a farm. and every exhibit is
erthy of special mention, and we re
gm that time an space forbid u:

T e are Iriash potatoes, sweet po
e pumpklns. squashes. kershaws
brme isa superior squash), velvet
bam. poimuta. peas of many varie
ge ssava. arrow root. tomatoes
m ,bers sgar cane. Japanese cane
4L rkt. hay. cotton, cured meats
#M& baf and pork, sausages, every
-l-eM thing in the line of pre
-Mps sad pickles.
Clwmd vegetables (canned at
mis eItpy a large space and comr
sged atteatkm.
COWOred Department
Tb rolored agricultural department
1 duYomftg of hbig praise. It showed
this elass of our population it
0 prerees and are becoming
Siuvmers. The fair is proving a
1 Imeative to them. and they are
f1ap iup their end of it in a most
401 mWamer. Their domestic
SO~~y articles are creating much
2-Mlt- and complimentary remarks
M heard em every hand. We shall
O- moe to say of the colored peo
4 display to our detailed report of

PMultry Department
T' eahibiton of fowls is some
-marvelous. Every fowl imagine
MO toi there and they are as pretty
f Smie and feathers can make them
lber are turkeys., geese, ducks. guin
MR. peafowls. pigeons, and it seems
Gry variety of chicken that grows

T7e remarks of the visitors as they
holdd them are extravagant and deal
a~eartber in the superlatives.
Animal Exhibition
Thbe -hibition of animals is sonme-
,1ic immense. The eyes of the far.
mr sparkle as he beholds them.
Some of the hogs are as large as io-
tar bars There- are all varieti,-s-
kttshires Reto Durocs. Guineas.
Ncr: to the display of horses and
inis. ,h*' cattle. exhibir is the best
1 tb, fair They all show to advan-
ga There are Shorthorns. J.ers ys,
thocd.'n \ngus Holsteins. impro'edi
t-Mh Carolinas. and other varieti(,s.
Th. horse, and colt and mule display
a .h* 'he' eve of the visitors, espe-
,1ally those whose fancy turns in the
,rection of the farm. The colts are
h-tties One pen has eight or ten
eale tols that judges say could not
, excelled in any western state.
At the time we were at the horse
,es t a. were feeding them with pea-
sc hay 1I was very sweet and

dnd* A. lady visitor was present

without one of their souvenir pins.
Just west of the building this com-
pany also has an extensive exhibit of
all kinds of farming implements.
R. E. Yonge & Son
The first exhibit to the right
is that of Messrs. R. E. Yonge & Son.
the plumbers and gas fitters. This
-hooth is attractively lined with oil
cloth and contains besides numerous
i other articles used in their line, a
complete bath room outfit of enameled
material. The firm in preparing their
exhibit also had in mind the fact that
people get tired of constantly walking.
so they have placed a number of
chairs in their booth for the accom-
modation of the weary pedestrian
who may want to make use of them.
The 0. K. Grocery
The space occupied by this firm is
very tastily decorated with American
eagles and Japanese designs for a
background to the complete exhibit of
groceries. The space is a very com-
plete miniature grocery store. The
shelves are lined with every imagina-
ble kind of fancy canned goods., lain-
ty crackers, fancy jellies, preserves,
At this booth the visitor is met by
two handsome young ladies who offer
to the thirsty crowd a cup of fresh
coffee and crackers, both made from
the store's leading brands of goods.
The young ladies in charge are Miss-
es Eloise Smoak and Nancy Mann.
An exhibit of fresh bread and rolls
also occupies a prominent place in
this booth, and with the aroma of the

Lang Is being shared by Mr. Claude R.
Kreger, the Ocala representative of
the Times-Union. Here he will in the
future be in shape to receive business
for the publication which he repre-
Ocala Gas Engine Co.
This company has a good sized ex-
hibit of gas engines, pumps, etc., in
operation. The limited space allowed
each exhibitor would not allow for the,
exhibiting of any of their automobiles.
in which line they lead in this section.
Ocala Manufacturing Co., and Ocala
Packing & Ice Co.
These companies. of which Messrs.
Meffert &- Taylor are the proprietors.
both have splendid exhibits. Among
the former company's products ark a
lot of orange and e%.-getable crates,
made up of veneering of pine. magno-
lia and other Florida woods.
Th.e ice department have in their
exhibit a large cake of ice containing
a large fish, which attracts a good deal
of attention on account of the natural
appearance it presents.
Possibly the most interesting part
of this exhibit is the great quantity of
salt and cured meats.
Ocala Furniture Co.
The Ocala Furniture Co., is well
represented by a handsomely decorat-
ed booth at the extreme north end of
the building. Quite a variety of furni-
ture adorns this booth, and it attracts
its share of the attention of the pass--
Mclver & Mac-Kay's Exhibit
The above named firm has structed an iron building. especially
for their own display. It is 40x6l), feet
in size. and the inside is partitioned
off into cozy little rooms. The first
room is a draftsman's office, fully
equipped for all kin.Is of mechanical
drawing, this being ono' of the most
important parts of the firm's large,
business. The second room is an ele-
gantly appointed parlor: the third a
Led rooim: the four l a hanilsonm-ly
furnished dining room. while the last
room on the south side is a full tledg-
ed kitchen. The east side of the
building is dvotetd to automobiles.
buggies, harness. etc.
All in all. the exhibit is a mos-t coni-
Ilete one. and is in charge of .Mr. Al-
fred Owens and Mr. C. F. Tarrant.
0 *

brewing coffee in the rear, makes one The Races
want to stop and "take something." The grand stands were well packed
This bread was made by Mrs. H. B. in the afternoon to witness the races.
Clarkson from the famous J. E. M. There were motorcycle races, auto-
flour, handled by the 0. K. Grocery. mobile races, trotting races and run-
Ocala Plumbing & Electric Co., and ning races.
Woodmar Sand & Stone Co. The motorcycle race was won by
The above named concerns have on Ben Condon. Time, 8:42.

. display a variety of articles carried in
, their places .of business. The plumb-
- ing company have, besides a complete
- bath room outfit, an acetylene gas
manufacturing plant, which is attract-
t ing considerable attention.
- The Woodmar company have some
very pretty designs in fencing, urns.
mantle pieces, etc., made by them
t right here in Ocala. They are made
of cement, and are really handsome
a pieces of work. Quite an exhibit of
roofing, cement bricks and other pro-
i ducts of the company are to be seen
I The H. I. Masters Co.
This company have a complete line
b of several popular makes of agricul-
s tural implements, including disc
1 plows,. cultivators, cotton and corn
- planters, cane mills, etc.
f Mr. W. H. Huering of the Avery
Plow Company. Louisville, Ky.. has
charge of this part of the exhibit.
The grocery department of this
- company is represented by Mrs. Kerr,
* in another portion of the building.
. where she serves delicious coffee, bak-
- ed beans, salad dressings, and fruit
s butter to the public. Mrs. Kerr is in
. the city in the interest of one of the
largest vegetable and fruit canning
* concerns in the country, and will to-
1 lay serve fruit and salads made from
the products of her house.
This booth is handsomely decorated
* with Japanese parasols, ferns, etc.
Mrs. Kerr. who has charge, will be
remembered by many of the ladies.
she having conducted a demonstration
at the Masters store last spring.
McDowell Crate & Lumber Co.
SThe M,-Dowell Crate & Lumber Co..
of Oak. have a very creditable exhib-
it of their products. such as tomato
baskets and carriers, orange boxes,
etc. The display is made in the shape
of a pyramid and contains crates and
boxes of every size andti shape known
to the shipper of fruits and vegeta-
The Globe
This establishment has engaged a
booth for the purpose of displaying
the large and varied lines they carry
at their store on North Magnolia
street. The display is a very complete
one, and Mr. Adolph Ochs Dame has
charge of same.
Kniaht A Lana

In the trotting race for the $100)
purse there were three entries, viz:
Black Beauty, Satan Wilkes and Grif-
ton: Black Beauty winning. Time,
1:22 1-5.
In the second race for a purse of
$200. there were three entries, viz:
Lady Lou. Glenedin and Nut Wilkes;
Lady Lou winning. Time. 2:15.
In the automobile race there were
two entries, vis: J. M. Collier owner,
driven by Claude Haycraft. and T. S.
Randall. driven by himself; the for-
mer winning.
In the running race, half mile dash,
for purse of $50, there were three en-
tries, viz: Daisy, Dixie and Prince;
Daisy winning. Time, 54 1-5 seconds.
In the last running race for a purse
of $50. there were three entries, viz:
Lady Martinez. Daisy. Red Queen; La-
dy Martinez winning. Time, 1:24.

From Friday's Daily.
The Teapot Grocery at the Fair
In mentioning the exhibits in the
industrial building at the big fair in
Thursday morning's paper, we omit-
ted entirely one of the handsomest
displays in the building, namely, that
of the Teapot Grocery Company.
This company has one of the regula-
tion size booths and it is very hand-
somely and tastefully arranged. While
it contains almost everything that
could be mentioned in the way of
fancy groceries, the showing consists
principally of the famous Royal Scar-
let brand of canned goods, which has
made this institution a reputation all
through this section of Florida.
Very attractive pyramids of the- pro-
ducts of the American Biscuit Coin-
pany also play a big part in the, dis-
play in the booth of this popular con-
The display must be seen to) be ap-
preciated. anud those, visiting the in-
dustrial building cannot help but
stop and give it the admiration it de-

Mr. Lansford's Display at the Fair
M". A. M. Lansford has a splendidly
piano display at the fair. He had va-
rious young ladies playing throughout
the day .and gave away a number of
souvenirs. He sold five pianos on
Thanksgiving day, and expects to
hmnv nrif. r fnr a"- -- -A

Entries: Prince. Dixie. Bullet and Jim.
One mile dash running race, purse
$100. was won by Lady Martinez in
1:47. Entries: Lady Martinez. Dai.v.
The quarter mile running race for
purse of $15 was won by Jim. Tim-e
not given. Entries: Jim and Nolli,.
A ten mile automobile race b'tw, wen
the Buick cars belonging to lM.ssrs
A. G;. Gates and Emmett E. Rolhinsm: _

was won by the former, which w:,s is
driven by Mur. Charlie (;ates 1. Tti .
Robinson car was disabhlei in '...
first quarter of the fourth inil., :'i ,
withdrew from thei race'.
The races all in all wer' a gr;I r ,
success and were exciting from sar. '
to finish.
One o"1 he interes,,inig ,.'.:, ,,,
the day was the' hours' race' hb.tw.,, ,1
the l)eautiful animals e,'h, ,ei n r,.
Col. W. N. Camp and MIr (;e. ,r, \I,,.w
Kay. This was a splndid r:it ,,!,
was won by Mr. MacKay.
W e regret our inability at this ':1t,.; !
to give the names of the owi" t'
the horses enrteredj. lHoIveor. n- :r,
all are owned by Marion count pe.e,-
lpl. |




Five Thousand People in Attendance.
The Day a Great Triumph
Thursday was a red letter day at
the fair. The attendance reached highI
water mark. The crowds were eisti-I
mated at 5o).6
It was a triumph of pl.ick. It was
a tribute to determination. It was aI
vindication paid to those. whv o l) o(
The attendance andl tie X!i'. '
show ',t;it tih- fair is i h 1. ,t). ;, ,
lar thing: ever at.-'mpltd il n ot lr cn'iti .
ty. and the wonder i.Ls now htiii \V
have Inot li;il an aimn;'l f;inr aill ;iulor"
One0 thing that has madel it pp'il."
is the shortness of its ,di:';tii:i. I'
does not 'three full days. to rive it th r. I-'
Of the thousands in :;'tfndl,. ll :
were gratilie'l with thli spII4'nl,)r ,' t
the exhibition. None .rN dli-:i
pointed. There were no "fknU L., i "
There were no distullrls l'banes. Thl. *
havior of the people was tihe s!ilj.r'?
of very general remark. Th-.-, wt -
not an arrest. There was nof)t i.
sound of an ugly word. This in ;a
crowd of fi' e thousand. whlir. .-..
was a general miinnii-ilin of '!.,* r:i
ces, it seems to us is worthy t' s- -
ciay mention and conininiildationm
The- judges lia;ve perform ni tr Ir. i
parts with expeilition, u.1l t:. \l :-ii -
exhibits are d '-coratfdl with ..'
and yellow rihl)ons.
All of' tht e- xhibtits t:irt jW ii', I 1.
numibrs, ;and t'I# awx\;tr-d> ar' ;." 1 if ;I
cordingly antil it will tak' serm rir
to get ithe sa.- i in shap<' f' r p ,
tion. [Butt hi:s paper xp,.(r- t l'.. irlt
the nalni. of t, very xh!ii'>i'o'. idl ; .
of th, prize \wit e-!r s ;ir ;ti;wtrl
,'f'e. ;s s ,.whe-r+.. til .:n in -
was tl- ( ii "r )f at ';: n. ; 'I i, '
only w ,r lbothl *:th gr:.' -';i;:.l- 1.. i
edl. buit their \vwas a: lili. f' p .;

at great jitst:nt'e a, .! n :' :'
hilkes andi !'a rci;is w r. :'' : -
the judlg s' stand.
The Races
T i ,' r Ki ',. ~t t i, l';ii' :, t ,i
Thursday:. \W 're by far it,, i .
,t',ript E.vt-r h(eld in O()catl ;17i4t rti l -
anils of pto)ple \ witn.ss,-' :! ,.rn:
The five nile motor(cyv.l, r:.- .
won by Mr. Waltor Yon4t.- in t o "i .
The third heat of the -econ i '!.
automobtil race was won Iby Mr I)
W. Davis in his own car Pive mi!,s.
time, S: 40.
The first and second hiats iof trh..
first trotting race were won by Royal
Ora Wilkes. One mile,, purst. $2iio
Time. first h*'at. 2:21" 1 2: s-.e<'(nd heat.
2:. 33 1-P.
The secon.l trotting or pacing half
mile race for Marion county horses,
purse. $1<0, was won by Lady Lou.
Time: First heat, 1:l11 .5> second
heat, 1:12 1-5 Entries: L.ady Lo'l.
Genevive. Football.
The most exciting race of the aft-.r-
noon was the automobile race betw,.n
the large touring cars of Messrs. Ed
Carmichael and Jack C(amp. It was
an eight mile dash. and the Carmi-
thael car led the race at the finish by
about thirty yards. Time. 10;55. The
Carmichael car was driven by Mr
Gus Haley. while Mr. .1. H. Spencer
ably handled the Camp car. This race
was a real hair-raiser, as the short
turns in our half mile track madl fast
Driving extremely hazardous.
The three-quarter mile running
race, all ages. purse $50., was won by
Dixie in 1:29; Prince second 1 .29 4. --


The Great Removal Sal which

started here on Monday. Nov

22. is the most succcsshil wc

have ever conducted.

is not difficult to

A4 il a t


son for its big success. when

the prices are noted.

This is

not a sale of undesirable stock






large store is MARKED


We positively will not rnovt

any of the present stock int

our new home west of the



must be disposed



Of bww'5

we move.

lie ))Opportuinit%



1it;,tio .

now at hand for everybody to

secure everything they need

in the line of Wearing Apo

parel at prices

seen in Ocala.

never bodorc

I1i~ 14lltUDSiE~ ~h4dkA*L

In a fire which destroy>,ei his horln.
e-irly Tuesday fornfing at HButler. .M
Judge D. A. DeAnrmond and his grani.l-
son, "Waddie." were burned to death.
It was a most distressing and -:a, :*adc

BI,' Sold



011 -I




a IL a a Iq k -,qv a I pq ft

2=t-''~;"K ,..-,,



Fe ruar and he eles ani i i p in't. anl wil ho ui'e for il('n ant wonimen, products ii! i- a r'ovi,,.,! i i,:.
or :han wild turkeys or or hae brouh orrow an .r into 'regth ai italty builds up the ,.i ys of S!)* > '
the.;! forty quail in any o e hab. uheir lives:F i .l 1 t y "q uo ti aa sale b dr i s or _v maiI $.I i
W ild h i v ,i r. .- " F o r s a l t- b y d r i is o r by nil v, -i ,
p e rm ', 'sh a ll Vill i1 o e0 th a n > i i < o i r t p r b ox n bo xee ,o : 55 !. s r Ie 1 t-
tO. ,e ina, y. a, O y s bbyoha. b i" h" "s- "s .I 'e ; . x. ox- t-
in a ny 0110til tu4 l a-, ,' Sold b\ioy Tuling I, irolT ..
l| 'I o (f Oct ober. Novem.r. Docem- Tilt, is a cop- Branding Devices --
ir. January. ,erIe-. ...l.uriht ac -h e \Tlhel - '-" "e i ,

Ssopro"" hi ie d"i'ted. and *"killr. .e S 1, at, her. aIubb tler, :it
ridr is : so r le. a ....tl' st li--'"l--


---- BONDS
hop der tells us thpecial to the Ocala Banner: The suggestion to adopt rules
nations Cadler tells us that Do Washington, D. C., Nov.16.-The of- which would regulate the movement On Tuesday rv.val counI, I ,
Il that poison where tdumdm bul- fice of the public roads in this city of automobiles iloes not seem to have the issuance of oi.t- nlilio .,oi:iri- ,,
l ts that poo Whertw e thecall it. and will keep open house during the week been producti',I of results, and the hibonds for Thi. m:kin, .: :* ..
l ihes truest ose Alt we call charity of December 6-11. thus enabling all following is on,-red as a basis of reg- A'a;rch c, 11 ,,!or :!;. ... ;
A heiluions that se ll triele lmen and who visit Ihe cit v in connection with ulat ing th. ~ iciims: ( row r .
i v ipioor 0 that have t iel to bete- th. SouthernI commerciall Congress Rule 1---Pi.-sttrians crossing bou!e- .-- ..
t li t*he- i'hr the use of 1onley tes- and National Rivers and Harbors ('on- var.is a: nihit shiill wear a white lilih: CURRENT COMMENT
lai than ( goot if hat they do nlore gr'ss 1 Io co i iin 1 contact ithi .( rie in iroil anlli i red light in thb re ar.
;,, hte P ,-on of ha i -' lave ,'- of tite "'ost skilleI road enginIlF'e s it Ruile -- e '!,,.< t ri na -, Ibeio u turniI. .I :
lhr th,. (;l w io.lhI d !l- lil( COu I.t Mr. I.ogan W aller P.; ,;i th.- u iIe: or left. nlust g i l hretr
r h < hl'. y t a il h c ,.v lir((.to r of the ( fl e,' o f ,bif ro a .<. ,rt ll .. ,,t a lh ri ,n a l,.t i r "
Ir d l (o h. l' lITI e'i ,I i-l;i' j i : l I 1 s *.,, l . L n I y ;i c k e , i . r i 1 F 1
i :' I r, t l\ < ia of l uir daio el 0 l 1 li, i of' roadl n niirea z a-' o ie al oll. ::-iv-i'e all siriall -:u.si wi n lin \ii t, N' , ,. \.
: .ha!I(,iCa of our (da y it ili lsl)tirated le Itir bef Irle lt e SuIllth- i' pri. ':! tl )Ii)il dri r ,
,- t** a fil n\ ;S 'l .i I ra i ,e 4- on- Il.i ('Ol hli ercial (Colngres-s. In laddi ion m) :id n .,-,r ,y a pe .st, lill.hai, hi,.,
tfi l grin o 0 ( ahi th Sln sUt- o0 lh et'ii-re tihe. exhilbit hall of Ih' hindi a ;:. itil the o.oniibl)il- h.
*. readiesI t ani le ie t cllarit> i (ongre,.s will contain .inlarge(d )hoto- -m .. o: 'e .
(' s readiest and leaves is bright- J 'alrils o ad roads andI gooi roads Rul' 4--P,.d s5tria ls i-hall noT' carry ::iv i I FiF '.\: :1 .
rks. looll, (ould argr an i lar- fI onll. various soulth-,rn ta;vs: andl illn t hir pock1eis aIvy sharp ublt rances ,.. :. ,,, I ,- ... ,
t:-nMisti.s for sel (o tries ( o i'e o)p- ilhoto4gralphs showing th li before andi liable to cu.t a:ltonlho ile tirs. to ; n,, i; ir,,i r,,
nenivt s for selt help rathilr than alter of some roads thai have lheent Rule ;-Pedo'strians shall not. in
educational instelp has bIeen l)Ut into linlmproved. In addition tIlhere will be dodilding autoniobil's. run fa.-ter than The Uin itt'nd States a oI .,-:'I. li it
educational institutions, and ilhos' modelss of different types of road con- ;v.en(ty m;il.-s an hour. ing (liscon'inul d u;!. b 1) 11iaz k.i'-

how that a surplus are t -ill 1011ubtful sruction. There will be also several Rule (-Pedestrians using the tlit. spot whlrt. Tiht M.e.ri na< ..
how thelpt surplus ma be given away films ot moving pictures shown dur- bridges must (limb and sit upon the .i;nk, all trac,-s of That fanimizs Con
bl rmliiap and not to injure, ia
Bl if any charity u in"g the lecture. illustrating the pro- railing upon the appearance of an au- fedlrarte ironclad have :'i\- II,!i f,4 1
But if any charity can be offered e esses of road making in motion. and tomobile. ail indicate a knowledge faced.
with the best prospects of helping and also illustrating the effect of automno-iof such approach by raising the left
he slightest danger of injury, surely biles on the road hed. The Southern foot on a level with the railing. think that \V..I itch r. who-
it is the charity which offers theiCommercial Congress will print andi! Rule 7-P.-destrians out of town. ever he is. has gotten off about thli.
means of investigation to the trained distribute in Washington the latest in- hearing a "honk." will take for the best thing we have seen iI sote ttlt'e, i
students of a new disease and the formation regarding road progress of'tall 'timber instanter. He says: "A young iman who combines
prospect of cure to the diseased and the south so as to encourage effort in Rule S-Pedestrians will not be per- personal agreeableness with the abil- I
the suffering. How the offer of such every county of the south and also tofmitted to emit cigarette smoke on any ity to lo 'things is apt to fil.i that
alleviation of misery, of such protec- produce the conviction that road im- boulevard in a manner offensive to things come his way."
tion to the people as would be involv- provement pays the county- that under- passengers in gasolene automobiles. Mexico City advices sav that t e
ed in the suppression of a contagious takes it. Over 25o0 invitations have; Rule 9-Pedestrians becoming en-
or infectious disease and such elimina- been mailed to county commissioners tangled in the vitals of an automobile, Guarnjuata Gold Mine Co.. the $5.-
tion of loss to the public as must fol- throughout the south. The first coun- so as to damage the same (automo- 000.00o concern promoted by the late
low from the contraction of a disease ty in all the south to pay the way of bile. not pedestrians) will be liable to Al Adams. the policy king of New
which makes industry impossible, we an official to this p)adctical good r;,ds the extent of such damages. York, is now on a paying basis. Some
confess ourselves unable to see. Bish- exposition ;- Woodward count' Okla- Rule l-Pledstrians must register time ago it became financiallpp inted lv-
op Candler seems to believe that the honia. at the beginning of each year, and ed and a receiver was appointed.
donation of a million dollars adver- pay license fee of $5. Numbered li-
tises the presence of a disease in the SCHOONER IS WRECKED c',nse tags will then be issued to them. maiReportca banana fields within a -nile
south. Southern physicians and No rebate will be allowed if they do radius of Port Maria wer, entirly
southern newspapers have already Thrilling Experience of Crew in the t live through the entire year. radius of Port Maria were entire. Tl
confessed the dire presence: it is Gulf R;ule 11-Podestrians, before license laid waste by tl reldlt storln. Tih,
Theoods l lchoonertrians, befraedliceofe
through them and through govern- The schooner "Ira" of Pensacola, 5 tags will be issued to them, must dem- floos havn be now subsido lv and so losr
ment reports that government warn- tons, with a crew of four men-C. W. onstrate before an examining board as cin be learned no livws re lost
ing was given. Should the charity Parrish. ater or. John Brazelheir skill in dodging, leaping, crawl- When a cold beconts settled in the
have taken the form of suppressing and a young ian (al -1 l for- ie and extricating themselves from sysenlm. it will take several dlays
this knowledge and leaving our peo- nier citizen of middle -* hiner'. tieaTinni to cure it. ani the hlat r-m-
pie to suffer in ignorance without re- Apalachicola with a load i. :1~ (. 12-F,,;,.sians nor wearingidy' to use is ('haniberlain's Co'Lh
bound for Key West. The lumber- emendy. It will poi'r, quicker thian
liefsome75.00 t was furnished ..ered li 'n, ia, s. will be hlie1 rI'- an y t r. and also h aves the' -. n
Bishop Candler is a representative some 75.p10 f.,t-was furnished by responsible for all ,damages (lone to au- in a nariural and healthy conlitiioiin.'
man of 'the south, and should speak the Cypress Lumber Co., of thi city. tomobi,,,;is 'hrl occupants lvy co)is- Sold by all ,e al-rs. ,
for our people and our section. Be- On lthe eight out a gale of wind with itns.-.\!iai, News Record. U.Lon Broughton. the A.tImla
fort. we credit him with having done -havt seas srruckvfhe"' aT a point fro-his
so. we must know more fully what he 75 uiles off Cedar Key. The heay WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS Aa:M Sisti.'s halY is OL on 'ig
knows and what he thinks on this sub- seas caused the vessel to ro;l and be.- Have yo. n glected your Khey I sic a is now conducting
jec. Northern wealth has gone into come unmanageable. The deckload oft Have you o-erworked your nervous tvival services in Tampa. re hopu
jcT. Nonern wealuoth h B nio whhah g olr n i n that Tamnpa will become e so righteous
churches and the support of churches lthimber rolling with the vessel, broke system and (a'sed trouble with, your that there will be no further necessity
In the south with the tacit or avowed tte main mast near the dck and te kidneys an f. halery? Have ycu pains for ie "Holy Rollers" to pray for its
approval of Bishop Candler. Was this mast fell with a crash. carrying 'the in loins, side, back, groins and blad- dest ruction.
help a dumdum bullet, also. and rigging and sail with it. While lying der? Have yoru a flabby appearance of
where is the poison that is left? Does helpless in the heavy seas the rudder the face. e.Lecially under the eyes? Lame back comes on suddenly and
aid to a denomination imply the snapped and broke off, and the deck- Too frequent' a desire to pass urine? is extremely painful. It is caused by
Chae that the people of the south load of lumber was washed overboard. If so. Wil'.ant'i. Kidney Pills will rheunmatism of the muscles. Quick
large e e The dingy went with the lumber and cure you-- i d;uggists, price 50c. relief is afforded by applying Cham-
are infdels, as that we are all dis- the erlain's Liniment. Sold by all deal-
death stared the crew in the face. i Sold by -,dings & Co. X
eased ?-Times-Union. ers.
"ased-- "es-Uni~n. "The fresh' water on board was lost.
also the food of the crew; and for six' Hon. Duncan '. Fletcher of Jack- Appliances for Hospitals
S GENERAL GAME LAWS days not a man tasted food or water. sonvHile, U'nited States senator from Electrically-heated devices for use
--- When the crew reached St. George Is- Florida. was elected president of the in hospitals and by surgeans and den-
Published for the Benefit of Marion land on October 28th on a raft they Atlantic-to-Gulf Inland Waterways As- tists have been developed in great va-
o-unt- tsmen had constructed they were scarcely sociation. The meeting of the asso- riety. Along similar lines is the de-
The general statute. which applies able to walk. But Capt. W. F Farley clarion next year will be held at Pen- mand for heating equipment for
all over the state, makes it unlawful kindly administered to their needs sacola. The convention was regarded chemical, industrial and bacteriologi-
o ht il. ca or m t or hae and brought them to Apalachicola.- as a great success in every particular. cal laboratories.
to hunt. kill. chase or molest, or nae e ...
in your possession any wild deer ex- Apalachicola Times, The officers elected in addition to
your possession a wldeere --.. Senator Fle;cher were: l.eland J. Say. good people, when you get
cept during the months of Novenmeer. The Boys' Judge Speaks enlerson of .piachicola. secretnry: hrSy. go to Hogans plae'. He
.. .. Jnuary eniso ofrlr keeps goo(! things to *'t3 anid elrink.
Decem er annot sold expose Hon. Bell B. Lindse h faToh. : .. a. W~, ,.an of Pensacola. treasur- G. D. is the maan. I
deer hides ctransported w soal.e. juvenile court judge of Color:ido. is .,.r: J,,;n ':';a of .Mobile, honor:'ary
for sale or transported for sale. "handing down" an opiulion on the (ig- pr.-idtnt: .!. s .. Swill of Colut- Tl. will of t. !ar, .1rs. P'r' zis-
Persons are prohibited from hun't- rette h;'t ought to n'kc !>'o]l ''It.i },F. .1.* iSh|irsi noiit at lar'i. ha Sl oer. w tow of (;.or.> S>. r of
lan killing or having in their posses- jhink .. 1 hav b' i (1.* juhitniit -ath l;.>ynktit L i- oi.v s of S( yf'T & (8;t. oi .
slon any wild turkey. quail or lpart- Icout nearly ten years, an.;1 i- h' L DV I'" Nt, Ykn Fiian'ir ...n- -
ridge. except during the months of^ im I hav ha to d; ,.;,. MOTT'S NERVINE PILLS .t a*hs b"tw-i $ .-. *.
Novemn r. D cen ler. January ",, an of boys w ;(r, ila\ t.e :s u i T he g..irta :.'t and brain restora. ; ,, ,l0.ej i) l,.,r;' :i,'t;' 4,hj.-( '< 4

0 f

S "lr it 1 -e to sr i anyv ..:l ite like. For lim last na h pur-
d . ll er l so . i i" tur- -.v Paper Industries o -e l e t t :ic ldtng iroio s in St ,i t'll-
S- .rtridge beyon.l the limits Electrically-heated roll- have Ieetti ll;i,- and porta l, forms have ein
f rounv- in which the saI.e' were successfully adopted or fin ishing fine adot .d! to a very considerable .xc,,.
kil, d. Persots ma"y take their came grades of paper. Hlot llatcs are also They : se,; us y inspectors of iuea-.
o wih 'ien when the same is kill- used for finishing samples' and small both dressed and oil the hoof, ani
;n anollit ('-iitv, than where they lband-made sheets. Ileattd rolls for have also comli into use by large pact.-
r-d en. waler(-proofinhg paper with pitchl andiers ini many sections of th,. country.
r l1 -rOik ho are no! citizens of similar compountis have bt-en siuccess- Brandliing irons hal be,"n ai!ooped'
ShI %'l iist py a license' of $1 to fully introduced. Automllatic miachii- i!y irub;er n uiauilactories for rarnkinz

th cl.rk of tlh circuit court before he ery used in thlie paper box rades has quality. dates an'l the like upon tlie
Shall permitted io hunt in this been equipped with elctrritclly-heat- mlanutactured alrties. The facility of
all twhih license' only good for ed glue receptacles and driers. Paper' their u< for such purposes is a v'.ey
ltht (l.ou l ili which it is issued. 'oIps for bottles ,are treated \ith par-t o'ioiis advantage.
the counlawful to have in your )pos-affin which is kept at the proper tern-:

lession. living or dead. or to catch orl perature by electric heat. and if they' PILES! PILES! PILES!
kill. any wild bird other than a gamelare printed before dippin : ink isnkilliam ian Pil Oin wi
binl at an. line of the year. game ,dried by similar means. cure Blind. Bleeding and Itching
hiris ating )articularly designated as Piles. It absorbs the tumors, allays
slor surf birds ot for ears has there been so the itching at once. acts as a poultice,

nip '. woodcock. sand pipers. tatlers. profitable a beef harvest as this fall ile Ointment is prepared for Piles
iews. river and sea ducks, brant.., round-up has proved. for the cattle and itching of the private parts. Sohld
dhes, wild turkeys. grouse. supply is short and this has sent pri- by druggists: mail 50c. and $1.
m r chickens, pheasants, partridg- ces on beef on the hoof up. E'.ery iSold by Tydihsgs & Co.
..... .........". ,- In the last ten years there has been



Have a full l' ook of f i7Th *. ..,
,nd Burial Outfi',. li.c'; ;v. ,
Burial service,
Embalming to Order

500 to 2,000 Acres
only of good unencumbredl fa:rin
land. a special propositi" ii;
ready Preferred location con-1
venient to transportation. Snud
price and particulars at once.
Jacksonville. Fla.

~~ We Will Be Ready to Stoc mnd Curei Y %o


On and After No cmiLN,. the First

0 4 *v C 1 P PL 1T

Mctf#.-rt & I i
Box o 687
4444 S*S*S**- ZWoo--**

- 'I

49PU ~------~--~ SW*9@***Oeeae

McMillan Bros.

Southern Copper Work"


_ ___ __

_ ___ __



A Notable Expansion of Agricultural
Activity and Skill
The Boston News Bureau says that
Editor Paish of the London Statist,.
now in this country, writes:
! The United States is likely to in-

crease its agricultural production as
S rapidly in the future as in the past.f
On every hand 1 find evidences of ex-
rapidly placed under cultivation, rail-
pways are being constructed through
11 Of Wol0 0 WO'ditricts hitherto closed to pirodluc-
LW Female Ills ion. irrigation -works are being built
in arid districts with results per acre
t. Minn.-"I was a great far beyond expectation, scientific ed-
female troubles which ucation is being widely given and -the
d'a broken deown farming methods are becoming more
condition of the scientific. Not only is acreage in-
systPm. I read so creasing rapidly. but the old lands are
Muc ofwhat Lydi being cultivated with greater skill.
F. Pinkham's Veg-
etab leCompound Nor is the endeavor to increase out-
had done for other put confined to the west. At a mod-
affering women I ern farm to the north in New York
helpsme iadIomult was shown what can be done by sci-
my it did help me entific methods backed by plentiful
w derful My capital. The land, purchased at a
aH 1 low figure, has been made wonderful-
| three 1Muthe ly productive and its value increased
lall s t d public to many fold, while the direct return up-
Slboet w& m derive Mon capital expended for crops, cattle,
-- I LMi 0. O sheep, pigs, poultry, fish, etc., reached
ild ILZ Keth, Minuafpolia a very high percentage.
Statements that it is impossible to
-tMi gf-eB- itel ad f obtain labor to work the lands are
AsU be. ealbovprove much exaggerated. The expansion of
idL, which Is agriculture is so great that all labor
I frm rotee WA herbs. available is easily absorbed. This
W"- m.anr ftro t bo d -a does not indicate that an increasing
I iiM ar to their uld
tl t .IC t act. or doubt quantity of labor is not available each
t Lydia E. Plakham's year, but that demand is greater than
SC- p- to KteA their supply. Growth of agricultural pro-
duction for many years will be quite
bBk ,. at L as rapid as in the past and the in-
.i.. _riasr-ltily crease in prosperity, which is mainly
P~ Or 3 er s the based upon expansion of agricultural
dkWO ll In "production, will maintain its past ra-
a.~~-wte0at 0n sM tio of expansion.
America's ability to export cereals
AJO PSttIHT RATES FOR INTE- and live stock and dead meat was nev-
RIOR CITIES er as great as at present, even after
making allowances for the rapidly in-
Whe.',.Hr the editor of the Banner creasing population. Apparently this
a improve on nature then will the means that as population goes farther
a11kw cities of the state have some west, the distance which traffic 'to the
wig nswith the seaports, and never coast will be conveyed will steadily
0U shet --Ocala Evening Star.
grow greater, and the average dis-
t was tbhe good fortune once for tance which traffic of American rail-
- r -r the editor of the Ocala Evening expand. In 1907-08 average haul was
W r deliver a very lengthy and inter- nearly 142 miles; ten years previous-
00t6 -utky on James J. Hill, the ly only 125 miles.
The nation is increasing its output
*t railroad potentate. ,of agricultural produce rapidly, its in-
Mr Hill. If we remember correct- dustries are expanding in all direc-
t. he bis home at St. Paul. Minneso- lions and the savings-consequently
m. Ot Paul and Minneapolis are twin the supplies of new capital-are on an
*Mt*' They are practically inland unprecedented scale, and, having re-
mips. for the Minnehaha and St. An- gard to the rate of wages for all kinds
AM) falls are located very near of manual labor, there is no doubt that
'hm0. and th-se. falls stop navigation. America will be able to draw upon
Oy Mr Hill's great wisdom, in giv- Europe for still greater quantities of
ftg tow freight rates to St Paul and labor in the next ten years than it has
*m l--M is.a be has built them into in 'the past ten years.
W8t cit'ie s
Dtetb. a port of entry, on Lake Su- One of the first colonization
paer. the very center of navigation schemes undertaken in Florida after
tr ite great akes,. does not enjoy the the close of the civil war was the one
&W rates that have been given to St. headed by Gen. Sanford. He took his
IMl and Minmeapolis, and is making colony to where the present town of
011t for the inland rates the same Sanford is located. Unfortunately
a we here are making a fight for sea- the colonists landed in the rainy sea-
yrq rates son of an exceedingly rainy year. It
Why do Mr. Hill give St. Paul, was said that the water on some of
UM mMsolis sad other inland cities on the lands that had been laid out for
Ier Ne of his railway, low rates? them stood ankle-deep. The most of
ft m to huild them into great cities, the colonists were disheartened and
He has the foresight to see that if returned to their northern homes, and
be ca make great inland cities that plastered Florida over with black-eye
SA the freightat. Incoming and outgo- comments. A great many people said
IA. will be compelled to pass through that it was unfortunate that these im-
Wi railroad hopper. Every pound migrants had not been brought to the
MM be as so much grist going through high and fertile lands of the interior.
M. mill aad he can exact legitimate But the very lands that these people
ta e e',ery pound, and will not have condemned are now selling for on(
to tshare- It with any sail or steamship thousand dollars per acre. And these
Nee lands are purchased by people who
So Mi| lill is building up great in- are 'thoroughly familiar with their
d ttiedt** along the line of his roads, producing qualities. The last issue of
ed the- port of entry cities on 'the the Sanford Herald contains the head-

toes are crying out against it. jing: "Thirty-five Acres Sell for Thir-
Mr iarriman. quick to catch on toity-five Thousand Dollars!" These are
a rend thigh staw the success of Mr. the kind of lands that these immi-
HMIl a police :and hadl he lived we he- grants returning to their bleak and
rpi, 'tih" he' would have instituted barren homes berated us about. We
ihe *tan* iolis> on the southern roads don't always know too much, and
* 1he is*'o-sont of which he was ob- sometimes not enough.
tanlalt a ftewtlh.l. It was unfortunate,
ir b. M.uth that he died. SHALL A WIFE TESTIFY AGAINST
Mi .1 Sk-.lIon Williams is accredit- HER HUSBAND
e*d *ilih i.Lie*a deal of foresight, and ----
of ho* 'n 1|ell in the saddle in hand- At the recent session of the circuit

tax sh, t**.a!wiard we fain believe that
%h otlI a*lotw a Kilicy 'that will devel-
,p hg inland cities on his roads, and
*f he- ,1%-%- it will mean business for
'batm multiplied many times, and mon-
*l to tt pockets of the stockholders.
If the laterior newspapers will take
4p the Itsm. though cold and unyield-
It at iGrt. the Iron will be male hot
**or awhile, and the rates will be se-

court at Sumter county. Mrs. Margar-
et Bevill, having testified 'to certain
facts at a preliminary trial, refused to
repeat her testimony before the
grand jury, and when the matter was
brought to the attention of Judge Bul-
lock. he summoned Mrs. Beville be-
fore him, and after certain interroga-
tions, she said that she would refuse
to testify against her husband. The
judge ordered her to jail for one


1114 i11^ p Ug p-liUVUL ,,I OeAing i l/V O, L.
take the place of the cumbersome lad-
The new post lights for Figuroa av-
enue, Orleans avenue and St. Nice
street are beauties and they make
these thoroughfares nearly as light as
day at night.
An Ocala party of three gentlemen
were in this city Tuesday paying so-
cial calls.
For some cause the young men of

part of the winter, and through 'these
visits is thoroughly in touch with the
section afflicted by the mysterious dis-
ease which is believed to be caused
by eating damaged corn.
The recent gifts for the eradication
of the hook worm and tuberculosis
and the prospective gift for the stamp-
ing out of pellagra will be used as an
argument with the next congress for

this city are very fond of visiting the' action in favor of a school of public
Brick City. Perhaps it is the pre- health at Washington.
scription counter, where "palousers" In discussing this matter a prom-
may be had for two bits the dose. inent official of the marine health ser-
Several new animals have been vice said:
brought in of late for the Errol gar- "Two years ago the public health
dens. and marine hospital service presented
Miss LexfiMe Lansdown, president of a bill to congress which carried a pro-
the Just Us Girls club, has returned vision for the study and prevention of
from a shopping expedition to Jack- hook worm, typhoid fever, tuberculo-
sonville, the state metropolis, sis and rabies. It passed the senate
Mr. Herrington's glass house is not without opposition. but was smother-
as yet finihsed. The Lake Weir glass ed in 'the house. This bill also pro-
brick concern is rather slow. It needs vided for the establishment of a gov-

the "great and good" Florida Times-
Union spirit, which is "push."
A. A. G.

He Will Use His Millions to Stamp;
Out Pellagra
New York, Nov. 1S.-An intimation
has come to the national health offi-
cials at Washington that Andrew Car-
negie is about to give an enormous
sum for a campaign of eradication
against pellagra, the mysterious
"Lombardy leprosy" which has ap-
peared recently in Louisiana, Alabama
and Mississippi and frightened the en-
'tire south.
While there has been no definite
announcement, it is said Mr. Carne-
gie's contribution will equal the $1,-
000,000 which John D. Rockefeller has

ernment school of hygiene at Wash-
ington, which was to be used for the
instruction of state and municipal
health officials.
"To solve the problem of national
efficiency the government should sup
port special investigations of 'tiyp.hoid
fever, tuberculosis and hook worm
diseases, as these are the maladies
mostly responsible for a weakened
condition. The best way to do this
is to establish a school of hygiene at
Washington. It is the only thing left
for the government, since private in-
dividuals have contributed so liberally
for measures of eradication."

Mr. Charles Vroman Miller of Jack-
sonville was in Ocala Thursday and
informed this paper that he had just
located twelve Chicago gentlemen on
Lake Weir. They are Lrentieman n


- ---- ---- ------ -S s S


Are Best and Cheapest, But Why Fn
tilize Citrus Trees in the Fall.

We bhase' published a heHhl#.t ?. l15glb.o#*.a,. V
FERITILIZI~NG. under the title. wtfy jroMtge u11K* '?N' P0 ISW
IN T1lE P. ALL It is prepared vWith tbp jr.mq, a &too-'


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
San Annalon avenue in Los Kiss is
showing most beautiful this year. The
orange trees along the famous thor-
oughfare are deep green, and they are
loaded heavily with bright yellow
fruit. You should see this avenue. OCALA
The Los Kiss delivery is first class.
All the horses of the service are sor-
rels, very large, and of course, fat.
Their gait is splendid. The four-in-
hand teams are used mostly down
town, while the six-horse stages cover
the highways around Santa Singer-
land and St. Helena, and Osceola's T he largest and
old field. All the tallyhoes are paint-
ed purple and the stages are a deep G groceries in M idd
green. Groceries in Middle
The steamer Ethelton is due to-
night at eleven with several new u k d
home-seekers. The electric light quantltieS, take adV<
whistle and the fire bell will give our
new settlers a warm reception when
the steamer arrives at the dock. Mr. and thereby are in
Herrington, an honorary member of
the J. U. G. club, will be at the dock
when the boat arrives, and he will see ClOse prices at all tir
that the home-seekers are well taken
care of until they can find suitable lo-
cations in the country.
The Just Us Girls Club's steamer, G et our prices or
Silverton, is anchored off the Naples
coast with a broken propeller shaft, W

Morning Los Kissan. Capt. Call re-
ports good seas and that the steamer o f th
will be repaired immediately upon the bought bee th
arrival of certain machinery from Ar-I
cadia. fsa (
Mr. Theopolis Heller, who is with are o fearing sam e I(
a south Florida concern, with his
young wife. is over in London, Eng-
land. The famous little olive colored lr' in Of prof11 .
yacht, Lenore, owned by the J. U. G. m gin o p o't
club. is lying off the city in the
Thames river. Capt. Peter Button in T o our country
command. Londoners are much
struck with the J. '. G. club's emblem,
the heart flag. extend a cordial in
Traveling representative, Miss Ro-end a cordial
berta Bradley, of this city, is in the
new port of Boca Grande, in Lee ur
county. She was in Boca Grande -headquarters
when those sea monsters were wash-
ed ashore there.
The high, school students of Los --
Ki.-s on the coming Friday are in-
structed to bring especially prepared
essays on LoS Kiss and 'the country.
Each student is to bring a nickel, and
direct from the school building the es- BI
says will be mailed to people in the
middle western states. A copy of the
Ocala Banner and Los Kissan will ac-
company each essay.
The Rentz road is mighty nice, in
connection with our Miniature rail- ___.
road. plan of eradication had been worked
Christmas is to be a grand (lay in, pn
S s*olit.
lovely Los Kiss. iot.
The fire department has received; Mr. Carnegie is known to have long
another fire auto. Assistant Chief Ri- been interested in the problems of the<
ley will be in charge of this machine, south. He has an estate on the Flor-
The J. U. G. club has ordered for ida coast, where he usually spends a
tbh, fir-e de.optment sanltn olevw s to I



VIM vwgqpwqlmg

I k

-.-~ -~
~. *:~




Of Intention

to Apply for Letters Pat-

Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned intend to apply to the gov-
ernor of the state of Florida on
The 20th Day of December, 1909,
for letters patent incorporating the
PANY, under the laws of Florida. with
and under the following proposed
charter, the original of which is now
on file in the office of the secretary of

___ __a. E. W. RUSH.
-. W- E. ALLEN.
(And Others.)
CIETY Proposed Charter of McIntosh Tele-
---- Phone Company
To tbp Editor Ocala Banner: The undersigned hereby associate
themselves together for the purpose
On last Monday morning the women of becoming incorporated, and form-
at the. llth Episcopal diocese of the A. ing a corporation under and by virtue
M E church, comprising the state of of the laws of the state of Florida,
lorida and the Bahama islands, met with, and under, the following pro-
lt Mt. Zion A. M. E. church, this city. is chartr:
of which the Rev. D. M. Baxter, D. D., I The name of this corporation shall
is astor. and perfected a state mite be thea McINTOSH TELEPHONE
ilstionary society. COMPANY. and its business shall be
Mr* Ip. S. Salter, the bishop's wife conductd in the state of Florida.
s chon counties of Marion. Alachua and
was, choseLn president; Mrs. R. B. Levy, wherever necessary for conven-
irook. of Jacksonville, first vice pres- ience and profit. The principal office
i.htni. Mrs F. K. Powers, second vice of t!lis corporation shall be in the
Ipr*ei...nt: Mrs. W. D. Certain of Live town oi Mcintosh, in Marion county.
(Oak. %,,tretary; Mrs. M. E. Daniels of The general nature of the business
%iplachicola. assistant secretary, and Ito be transacted by this corporation
Mt?. F Lavette of Monticello, treas- shall be to build, erect. own. buy.
r lease sell. convey. mortgage. pledge.
ar, -r exchange, improve and otherwise
Many inspiring speeches were made deal in telephone business: to own
i'. visitorss and! the members of the and dispose of real estate or personal
,,n,.*n ion. property, and to have andl exercise
m h e such powers as may be incidental. ne-
',,neminent among the speakers cessary or convenient to the business
e, r. Mrs. R. S. Mitchell. president of of this corporation, and all of the
'hr tionew Mission Society, Mrs. IO. r. rights, powers and privileges of a cor-
ark. Miss Aqulla Johnonandporation organized under the laws of
rker. Miss Aquila Johnson and the state of Florida.
R, % T T .Williams. -3rd-
Th. re were several of the brethren The main line of said Telephone
-f our own denomination, among Company is to run from McIntosh, in
who wr Elder Hawkins of the Marion county, to Evinston. in Alach-
us county, a distance of about three
tk-ala district. Elder Quarterman of miles. and such other lines from the
the I-e'shurg district, Revs. S. P. Gow- McIntosh office. through, and in. the
-.n- S S. Andrews. J. A. Holmes, and counties mentioned as may become
Swho necessary and convenient, or that may
bg pastoir. Rev. D. M. Baxter, who seem to the interest of said corpora-
Illduted themselves to do all in their tion.

piw r for the cause of missions.
Re BHaxter preached the mission-
,rt sermon at night, and the "feast
onl thi- mountain" ended.
%il enjoyed the meeting. and the
,re,-.-r vt- of the bishop's wife in our
Thi- purpose, of this woman's branch
of mission workers is to aid poor mis-
Sitm preachers and foster the home
utvrk as the ministry generally pro-
i0*el for the foreign fields.
Mrt- M. M. Holloway was chosen
re'po rer for the church, paper; Miss
SL..' Harris for the Jacksonville pa-
per. Mrs. S. B. Alexander for the
Ocala Evening Star, and the writer
for valuable columns of the Ocala
Mrs J. W. Dukes and Mrs. D. M.
Baster read interesting papers on
mission work.
All went away happy.



Nut all of the many sides of interest
of a circus pilgrimage is seen upon
the bills.
There are to be counted with
Howe's (Great London Shows almost
200 bead of horses. and they are all
beauties. "perfectly lovely." Each of
these horses can find the car in which
It travels at night and can find its
proper s.all. In the morning when the
train Is unloaded it knows where to
go and where to stand. The horse
will find its, proper place in the big
horse' tents, and when the parade is
ready it knows where it should fall
it. These circus horses know as
much about the performance as do
the people with the show.
The' circus horses know when 'to
pull and when to lay down; they
know how to stand up in a moving car
and they know how to burry in case
of a storm. They can do everything
but talk.
The entire institution is so complete
in its immensity that only a generali-
ration can be mentioned herewith.
Don't forget the date. Tuesday. No-
vember 30th.


Mr Britt Sanders has recently pur
chased the six-acre lot on Orange av-
enue. formerly belonging to Gen. Da-
vis Tillson of Portland, Maine. When
be owned it. it was a bearing orange
grove and was one of the prettiest
places in Ocala. This paper is pleas-
ed to learn that Mr. Sanders intends
building on its highest point a very
Stne residence. This makes one more
step in Ocala's development.
....A .k.

-4th- -
The amount of bthe ("- "'- '-
this corporation shall bc.
and Dollars ($1000.00). to b,, '
Into shares of Ten Dollars ($1U.,. ,
each. All of said capital stock sub-
scribed to be paid on call at a time
to be fixed by the board of directors
at a meeting to be called for that pur-
pose. 4 ..,

The term for which said corporation
shall exist shall he ninety-nin,' (99)
The business of said corporation
shall be conducted by a President.
Vice President, Secretary. Treasurer,
Manager. and a board of five directors
-the office of Secretary and Treasur-
er may be held by the same person.
The board of directors may appoint
such other officers of this corporation
having such powers and duties and
terms of office as may be fixed by the
by-laws, or as described by the direct-
ors. The directors shall be elected
by the stockholders "at each annual
meeting. All other officers of this cor-
poration shall be elected annually by
the directors.
The annual meeting of this corpor-
ation shall be held on the second
Tuesday of the morrth of January of
each year. The business of this cor-
poration shall be conducted until the
officers elected at the first meeting
shall qualify, by the following offi-
cers: S. H. Walkup. president: E. W.
Rush. vice president: H. L. Dickson.
secretary and treasurer; W. E. Al-
len. manager, and S. H. Walkup, E.
W. Rush. HI. L. Dicksmn. W. E. Allen
and .1. A. Murrell. directors.
The highest amount of indebted-
ness. or liability, to which this corpor-
ation can at any time subject itself
shall not exceed the capital stock.

Th e names and residences of the
subscribing incorporators. together
with 'the amount of capital stock sub-
scribed by each are as follows:
Name. Residence No. Shares
S. H. Gaitskill. McIntosh. Fla-......3
W. E. Allen. McIntosh. Fla5......... 5
Walkup Bros, McIntosh, Fla........ 5
E. W. Rush. McIntosh. Fla........ 3
J. K. Christian, Mclntosh, Fla-......3
J. J). Price. McIntosh, Fl .......... 3
J. W. Means. McIntosh, Fla......... 2
J. S. Allen. Quincy. Fla.... ........ 5
F. G. Sampson. Quincy. Fla........ 5
L. R. Douglass, Quincy, Fla........ 3
M.. I. Smith. McIntosh. Fla1......... 1
D. B. Sutton. McIntosh. Fla........ 2
Mrs. Jason Grant, McIntosh, Fla .... 2
W. R. Brown. McIntosh. Fla'........3
A. C. Walkup, McIntosh. Fla-........3
K-. L. Dickson, Mclnrtosh, Fla....... 3
W. G. Norsworthy, Mclntosh. Fla... 3
J. A. Murrell. McIntosh, Fla........ 5
D. H. Pettys. McIntosh. Fla........1I
B. B. Keep. Boardman. Fla........ 3
B. M. Warner, Hatfleld, Mass......3
J. 0. Turnipseed. McIntosh. Fla.... 1
G. S. Means. McIntosh. Fla.... ....- 2
J. R. Williams. Quincy, Fla........ 5
J. A. McCarley, Boardman, Fla..... 2
W. M. Gist, McIntosh. Fla..........3
S. H. WALKUP, Pres.
H. L. DICKSON, Sec and Treas.
W. E. ALLEN. Mrgr.
State of Florida,
County of Marion.
Before me personally appeared S. H.
Walkup, H. L. Dickson and W. E. Al-
len, each of whom is to me well
known, and known to me to be the
persons described in and who execut-
ed the foregoing articles of incorpora-
tion, and acknowledged to and before
me that they executed the same for
1,.- &......mi *h-aShpin vnnrepsed.

teys, Mrs. Jason Grant, Dr. G. S. State of Florida,
Means, W. R. Brown, J. W. Means, J. County of Marion-ss.
A. Murrell, M. I. Smith, S. H. Gaits- I hereby certify that b
kill, W. M. Gist. sonally appeared J. R.
State of Florida, N. Camp, Clarence Cam.
County of Marion. and Jack Camp. each c
Personally appeared before me W. me well known as the f
E. Allen. .1. D. Price, Walkup Bros., subscribed to the fore;.
A. C. Walkri'. H. L. Dickson. J. K. incorporation. andl e.
Christian. 'V. I. Smith, E. W. Rush, S. knowledged before ni
II. Gaitskill. ). II. Pet-,ys, W. M. the said articles of
Gist. W. R. Brown. J. W. Mean,. .1. A. one of the subscribe(
Murrell and .1Mrs. Jason Grant. all of and each of the saiI
whom are :o me well known. and corporations acknowl ,
known to me to be the persons who ihat he had subscriht)
executed the foregoing articles of in- of capital stock set o0i
corporation and acknowledged to and I further certify thai
before me the execution of this affi- missioned notary pu,
davit for th- purpose therein set laws of Florida, and t?.
forth. sion as such official it
Witness my hand and oTficial seal at and does not expire uit.
Mcintosh, Fla., this 11th day of No- of June, A. D. 1910.
vember, 1909. In witness whereof I h
(Seal.) J. 0. TURNIPSEED. set my hand and affixed
Justice Peace. seal this the 10th day of >
D. 1909.

* Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned intend to anply to the gov-
ernor of the state of Florida on the
20th Day of December, A. D. 1909,
for letters patent on the proposed
charter, a copy of which is hereto at-
tachedl, the original of which is on
file in the office of the secretary of
state at Tallahassee. Fla.:
The undersigned do hereby associ-
ate themselves together as a body
corporate under the provisions of the
statute laws of the slate of Florida.
and do publish, the following articles
of incorporation:
The name of this corporation shall
PANY. The principal place of busi-
ness of this corporation shall be at
Citra, Florida. with such branch of-
fices as may bh adopted by the board
of directors.
The general nature of the business
to be tran-,it'cd by this corporation
shall be: To c-rry on the business of
growing oranges, vegetables and
fruits, to buy. sell, and deal with the
same for a commission or otherwise.
to purchase ;'n i otherwise acquire or-
ange groves and land. or property of
any description, whether real or other-
wise, which may be deemed useful or
conducive to the attainment of any of
t-o objects of the corporation.
o use, manage, develop, conduct,
change or otherwise turn to ac-
...'::t, or deal vith or dispose of the
property of t- corporation.
To sll or otherwisee disa)ose of any
of the b'.,::.-s: or property or assets
of.the c(rp,)ration.

To borrow or raise i:onut'y for the
purpose of the corporation.
To create and exec;u- and issup
honds or debertures. stocks. mortga;g-
es and other instruments lor the se-
curing and payment of .ame.
To raise money ution loans or oth-
erwise for th,' purposes of the corpor-
To make, accept, endorse and exe-
cute promisory notes, and other nego-
tiable instruments.
To purcban- construct, lease, own
and operate rail or tram roads, canals
or telephone lines for the purpose of
its own busine ;., but not as a common
carrier, having none of the rights and
privileges of common carriers, nor
none of the duties, obligations or lia-
bilities of common carriers.
To do all such other things as are
incidental or conducive to the attain-
ment of the objects or any of them
above named. which may be conven-
iently carried on and done in connec-
tion therewith, which may be calculat-
ed to directly or indirectly enhance
the value or render profitable, any
business or property of the company.
The amount of 'the capital stock au-
thorized by the corporation will be
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. di-
vided into two thousand shares of par
value of One Hundred Dollars per
share, payable in property, real or per-
sonal, at a just valuation to be fixed
by the Incorp)ortors at a meeting call-
ed for that purpose. Said stock to be
issued when rood and sufficient con-
vayances anm' dedls to the same are
made to the company and delivered to
the secretary and treasurer.
The term for which this company
shall exist shall be ninety-nine years.
The business cf the corporation
shall be conducted by a President.
Vice President. Secretary and Treasu-
rer. both of which offices may be held
by the same person, if desired, and a
board of five (5) directors, of whom
the President, Vice President. Secre-
tary and Treasurer shall be members.
All of said officers of said corporation
shall be stockholders therein, ani all
of said officers shall be elected by the
stockholders at their annual meeting,
to be held on the first Thursday in
November of each year.
Clarence Camp shall be President.
Jack Camp shall be Vice President,
John R. Williams shall be Secretary
and Treasurer, and. with W. N. Camp
and R. C. Camp, shall constitute the
first board of directors: all of the said
officers to be continued in office and
conduct the business of the corpora-
tion until the election and qualifica-
tion of their successors at the first
election to be held under the provis-
ions of this article.
The highest amount of Indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
shall at any time subject itself shall
be One Hundred Thousand Dollars.
The names of the subscribers -to
these articles are as follows, and their
place of residence is set opposite
each name. together with the amount
of stock subscribed for by each:
Name Residence Shares of
Canital Stock

, .

Notary P.

NOTICE r..al eist. . .,It
]such (ither prjop. rt. s.t. I .. :., .
United States Land Office. ,-ary ind incideit to a. itf ....te,: ti
Gainesville, Florida. 4ct.r ai', I cotrdm t of t iiii-
November 17, 19sf. Tihe c,)ort r ition .A l .l*n-. ,, .
To W hom It May Concern: i'l1xit'.! I t i.ii ift< f: lt.. I- eiir iretl -
Notice is hereby given that th.,a i I, m* 'tr ; il **t.rili., r ** ,
Florida Central and Peninsular Rail- l tT:Htr:- 'h*.-'i i, : t i.. *. .
road Company has filed in this office ui'an, f nSi i- lh *'th.-r f ''ir,. -A .r
a list of lands situated in the town- ,i nf";1 I I r. r,'ri
ships described below, and has applied 'A t '. f. '. I\ c''v '"
for the approval of said tracts: that and *. ln. .. T i I .
the list is open to the public for fl l.' r'.-';in ,.f .. .. ,
section and a topy thl.reof hy ,I,.. ai,"' e. '. * .
scriptive subdivisions has been p.-0#:0-d '""'" "
in a convenient place in this office fr ' . .
the inspection of the public generally < han .. I .. ,
and 'all persons interested. a :. 'II 1 ', .
Within the next sixty d.ays f ollowin,- t se.t 1 f1l. A 4 A. : ,
the date of this notice., protests or -** *** :,' ll '
contests against the claim o)f the. corn- It -' .' t'.. . 1. '
pany to any tract or subdivision (cOiIS! rll-. I -i 4 . t. 1 ,
within any section or part of section ni i i ; : I .' w,
described in the list, on the ground' n ,., :ir\ !t 'li. r, .
that the same is more valuable for ,it- '. tl l.-i.-
niin iral:d than for agricultIural pei'rpjc'Is- I. ', ., ,
es, will be received and not.-1 for re iriiru. i n1,, 1
port to 'the General Land Offil t tr;[4 k , ,. r, I, ,
Washington. D. C.
HENRY S. CII'lV Reo ls', r it' s. ;irit *,.S ,., ,,, '
SHIELDS WARREN. Receiver. '-:. i II l :I ..
Florida Central and Peninsular Rail-"'I1" '"A ,
road Lands r. : a -I ,
Gainesville Land District. Flohr'i:. i '
Township 13. south, range '.2. **at:,t. is -., I I, .- .
northwest quarter southeast q, 'arttr I ' i %
and northeast quarter southwest quar- ;""ji"i : *
ter. section 9:' township 15, south. i i' I' V.a' ,I
range 12,. east,. northwest quarter
northeast quarter, section 1;;; 1or- I I
ship 1i. south, range "22. east, south- Tih, . .
half southwest quarter, section 3 't "i .....
township 17. south. rang, ; -', 'li rI '
southeast quarter southeast q ,ar',r. ,* It 1 i r i
section 35; township 21. souih, range. i .. ,' ., Hi,. i *
22. east, west half northwest quart er, -lir. N ', i
section 15: township 13. south. ranzt- f 'it,, .ithiei i,, ,.' ,I
e,. east: lots 7. S. and 21. section 7. ',, ,it. .. i
township 11, south, range 23. east. .' ',.f' it ..
northwest quarter northwest quarter,. ,,, ,.
section 17, and northeast quarter n*-s 1l 'h
southeast quarter, section 1 ; i ow: ll -'oi h T.I i- .. l
ship 15, south, range 21,. east. south -'i(1 t ill*' ;iA. I *,
half southeast quarter, section 7 an;il 'I lidllii ..- '.. i..
west half southeast quarter and south t:.'y .*.. .'t'
cast quarter southwest quarter, sec 1-
tion 19: township 16, south, range '2. The t-,rm f *i %hiri i .
east, southeast quarter southeast -hall exi't 'I i.i i .*' '- *
quarter, section 9. offlc' er, h, hall '. *h * .


Under and by virtue of an -execu-
tion issued out of and under th.' s.,a:
of the circuit court in and f 'r Ma iou
county, Florida, dated November 4th..
1909, in a certain caus' whrein .S %
Rawls Co. is plaintiff and Marion
Farms is defendant, I have levied on
and will on
Monday, December 6th, 1909,
the same being a legal sale.- day, and
during the legal hours of sale, offer
for sale at the west door of the court
house, in Ocala, Florida, and sell to
the highest and best bidder, for cash.
the following real estate, personal
property, in Marion county. Floridni.
to-wit: The north half of the north
east quarter, except that portion of
the northwest quarter of the north-
east quarter, lying noit .i ( th ,'-ill-
very Springs hard road: that ;ipo
tion of the south half (f the 'Cor,
west quarter lying south of the' Sil\ r
Springs hard ro.lA: hi t south halt 'f
the northwest quarter, Ii'' south. ix
quarter, the south half of th- .-,',t. .
east quarter, the iortnwt s quair*

floedM (If ti C4 CrIwOrjM AIIfIt I.lk 'Il .

truapaireir. &net a t)4iiuIItt IIt,- -r
I xr'evcilng %p4-% 0-1Ir1 nitnih % 11I
whorntshall Iw..e-le'e1. I .- f. -m.i-
hoiders at -h4. fir-it o- gu I -, @g -*like
Cif the' cortiloraf lonl iteiolv. oilit. of
ticr The- see-roelaf % mri-I -'r. 4mot' C it^
(ur miay neott,.bvesgi.fit'au, I-

The firet rvivilar rtI~m. 'I t '.
ecerlrpie :: i i to, 9.-19-4 Itoo fla i. 1,
v4cr.., shall b tie t-ll sIi .q t e.I I i
!etart th l,le,
Tie' lict t14 iC 4 c i f oft~c'
I ei un til11 1*Iot,#,e 1 1 .4 ~ ~

jeriCsiflotit K 4. *t.. i
uli'it '- W II 4 .,rfe *. C I
Tayheer. I~tio'aire r ot-tI t %I.
K 4('11r im~jic W 0 I ? 1', I-

"11 ;1 A!. 'Irl

The ti~~rzj ..

i,1. I.

of the southeast qu;i-r.er. the nor' .' 1iis nl.r i a iin h. ,,..-
east quarter of the soulhe:) '. v.at '.; r. ,iliit l -a! *i .-. r2, .i
except the cast quarter of the noritlh- i f,,ll.,w.
east quarter of the southeast q;lar'e-r. 1 ff, -
the southwest quarter of the north- IL.|.
east quarter, and the southeast quar- ii | i \
ter of the northeast quarter. except i sh;,
that portion of the southeast q'amrt, r .I K hr \|,
of the northeast quarter known as th. -,
Bugby Place. which said exception comn -e I \ ,r'm.' t ,
tains thirty acres, all of which sai. -Ih.r .
land is in section 15. township 15 j 1 .. 1 ,
south, range 22 ,east; and also all the b,1h .
personal property owned arnl us'-,! '1 .,;.. y- IW
the said party of the first part in 'nIi ,hi-'r' -
nection with the operation of the farni i ; I tA, \,, ,.,,
on the above described lands. inclu.- ,
ing cows. hogs, horses, an, all tarmi- I. ( ; i, . ,
ing implements, crops harrve..;'ed in ..ii;,, .
barns and growing .'li 1;::- .k, :I ,,A i .
Also lot 1 of block 5 of A. W. Vogi's tn .I.
subdivision of the west half of north- r T ;;,,r .
west quarter of section 15. township J I. v'i 9. -, P IA
15. south, range 22., east. beglnining a' ha
a stake at northeast corner of -.aid, li t r l i t 'e *,,
lot, run south 404 feet along Li'ini \V \ airj, *<.l. i .
ston avenue to stake, thence, w.sit ::;' c; i, p'1 r 1 i t i -
feet to stake, thence north 4,4 feet to h~;, -
stake, thence east along Davis stir .,-' \1 \I Fr'lEtT ,T4.
330 feet to beginning. if 1. I f KS. -.I -
Sold to satisfy said exectit ion an I I K C 1 RlTi 4 1 1
costs. JOHN P. GALLOWAY. I \ \t\ I -
11-5 Sheriff Marion Co. Fla I I t \ ..i


I- ') 1 i Yt.(IH ',. ,
NOTICE t' '. IIItiUI 0*i
---t 1 Is < I \y M -.
To the Public: IN\KI: IRtoN % '
Notice is hereby given '!l-it ii- V. "1 \( *l
partnership heretofore existing : \ I I11.4K :. l
and between J. B. Barton and I 1- I. Il.Jt:i ***
McLeod in Marion county. Flortl;. lin \ 41 %t I' *< *l



II'. t.


'A* 0u

- I

%4 1 0 f n ot, 4&t

0 *

' ,. A


% 1 *



* -


_'- .a._

6 1




Silver Spies


Servin; Piece*
-i Iltl

1. -

v 0


Ballard's Obelisk and Patapsco

Superlative Flour



3A)LLti~) AUtd

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

- - a a a a asa n n s~~~~~~~~a a a




~K-' 4


P"t emntly quoted Mr. Key-
\ mnmilemai as saying that
n -caim as many presi-

as to presidents is: Vir-
S-- Jefferson, Mad-
*Tyler, 36 years; New
i ren. Fillmore, Arthur.
S l iet. 26 years; Ohio,
S wry Harrison, Hayes.
Ubl6tery. Taft, 13 years and
a f 1g the ead of Taft's term;
3. Jackson. Polk and John-
l ss and 9 months; Massa-
2. John Adams and John
A .x 8 years; Illinois, 2,
ai Ora"t, 12 years and 1
IAtda. Taylor, 1 year;
-trel. Pearce, 4 years; In
.iJanmu Harrison. 4 years.
W ats*'s ive presidents, four
qftstd as smch; Tyler servnlag
agmmeb 's term.
af Ot'os *ve presidents were
as ek, and of New York's
f res were chosen by the
= br that ode, the other two
mn- m the death of the press.

o.m e of Tenuessee's three,
d ew tted vice president only.
M has had mae elected presi-
ag mmy ther state.
a of Vt it's presidents, except
*O cbeas for two terms;
e of thuse of Ohto was elected
gad ttme .ad only one from
T L. LUiea and Grant of Illi-
w rtoWe elected.
4 Oft poldents, New York has
&. vre of whom became
; two by election and three

--m---_-IN i-M furnished three, Vir-
%e tw o. hass three. Kentucky
WI I Ohf Carolina. Penuaylva-
I Afbm Maine. Tennessee. 1111-
aM 0 M New Jersey. one each.
pe presents have died in office.
Siy the heads of an assassin.
O vteO presidents. Clinton. Gerry,
tWiem,. Hendricks. and Hobart,
M tb 61e.
Ve eBth of olie was administered
Er Kntg I Ctuba by special com-
Owe ditP suddenly in his car-
~ whit riding down Pennsylvania
me t kta his way to the capitol.-
at iutto post

5 .C, as well as older women,
B aNl r tuick relief and prompt
4 e frh Dr. King s New Life Pills.
O w swrW best remedy for sick and
oremes headls-es. They make pure
I @@ strong nerves. adn build up
beltbh Try them. 25c. at Ty-
Co mI
fimk l'hark's tribute to Florida in
Us wwoir at the waterways conven-
tsb a sample of Frank Clark at his
ag.--T~m Tribune.
SM land Homespun


Fattening Hogs
Fattening hogs will usually finish
faster on corn meal than on shelled
corn, and many farmers favor corn
meal for that reason. Experiments
covering the quantity fed plainly
show, however, that hogs given corn
meal eat more feed in a given time
than those on shelled corn. When
both the feed eaten and the gains
made are taken into consideration, the
profit in favor of corn meal is con-
siderably less than many suppose.
Corn and cob meal has been shown
to have about the same value as pure
corn meal; if any advantage is had
from corn and cob meal, as is claim-
ed by some stockmen, it no doubt
largely comes from the bulk furnish-
ed by the particles of cob, which by
rendering the contents of the stom-
ach less compact or more porous as-
sists in their easier and more com-
plete digestion.-From Coburn's
Swine in America.

The old. old story, told times with-
out number, and repeated over and
over again for the last 36 years, but
it is always a welcome story to those
in search of health-There is nothing
in the world that cures coughs and
colds as quickly as Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Sold by all deal-
ers. m
Hernando County Corn
Upon the brow of a citizen of Her-
nando has been placed the crown of
the corn king.
The competition conducted by the
Brooksville Argus for the best exhibit
of corn has been concluded, and the
prize awarded to Dr. Henry 0. Bystra
of that county.
The Bystra exhibit scored 94 out
of a possible 100 points. A fine aver-
age this. Also a "tip" to other farm-
ers. The Argus states that the win-
ning corn "was the product of com-
mon seed. carefully selected, and bred
up in Hernando county.
The contest was conducted under
conditions of strictest anonymity. The

judges did not know who sent in the
various exhibits. They passed on
merit alone.
The Tribune congratulates Dr. By-
stra. Hernando county and the
Brooksville Argus on the successful
outcome of a most beneficial competi-
tion.-Tampa Tribune.

Many school children suffer from
constipation, which is often the cause
of seeming stupidity at lessons. Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
are an ideal medicine to give a child,
for they are mild and gentle in their
effect, and will cure even chronic con-
stipation. Sold by all dealers., M

From Connecticut to Florida
From Connecticut to Florida with
a horse and buggy is the novel trip
now being made by J. B. Pearce and
family of Springfield. Conn.
The party of three, composed of
J. B. Pearce. his wife and son. left
their home seven weeks ago Wednes-
(lay. and are slowly but surely wend-
ing their way towards Florida, where
they will spend the winter. When
last heard from the praty had checked
In at Rnanniro Vn the half.wav nnint


After the disclosures and allega-
tions of the past three days in the
sugar trust affair there can no longer
be any question as to the action which
congress must take in the matter, and
must take with the least possible de-
lay. A thorough and searching inves-
tigation by a committee of high
standing ought to occupy a foremos-.
place on the program of the coming
session. Such a committee ought to
call before it not only the officers and
employes of the customs service who
are concerned, either as accusers or
accused, in the enormous frauds al-
leged, but the high officials of the
government and of the sugar trust
whose names hFave figured in connec-
tion with the matter. The simplest
mind can now see that the time is
past when a "political pull" can count
for anything.
The public demands the facts, and

it will not
closure in

wait patiently for their dis-
the slow process of litiga-

tion. It is not alone the scandalous
character of the frauds alleged and
the magnitude of robberies charged to
agents of the company which make
such congressional investigation inev-
itable. Justly or unjustly, the integ-
rity of a branch of the government it-
self has been challenged in the recent
depositions, and it is the business of
congress to sift such charges. * *
Of the incredible baseness of the
conspiracy practiced against the gov-
ernment and against their competitors
by the managers of this great corpor-
ation, there is, unfortunately, no doubt
whatever. Men or corporations who
make partial restitution when con-
fronted with one set of charges of in-
famous financial practices, and who
creep under the statute of limitations
when confronted with another set, do
not have to wait long for the public
to make up its mind regarding their
guilt or innocence. The question of
a statutory bar to one of the prosecu-
tions, on which Judge Holt sustained
the trust's contention and on which
Attorney General Wickersham has ap-
pealed to the supreme court for a fi-
nal interpretation of the law, is a del-
icate one. which rests very largely on
the language of the anti-trust act it-
self. But a congressional committee
is bound hy no statute of limitations.
Its power of inquiry and investigation
is supreme. and this is pre-eminently
an occasion on which to exercise it.-
New York Evening Post.

Ladies' Long Coats

All Styles and Shades

"The place for the farmer now is
the south, for the soil in the south is
friendly to nearly every product of
the country." This is what Mr. Wil-
son, secretary of agriculture, says.
More and more the south is obtaining




a >





By the First of December The Ocala Fertilizer Company will Ib t.d (% t,.
supply you with their superior brand of fertilizers
Our factory is nearly completed, we have already ordered nur m:.vrial.
and will have them in by the last of November.
Our superior fertilizers will be of the highest grades, with guaranteed anna-
lysis; made especially for all crops. We can save you money, we are going
to make nothing but the best and sell at the lowest possible living profit. \Write
and get our prices for any fertilizers you need. We will be ready to tuppll
you after December the first, but can make you prices now. We will mix any
special formula. Let us know what you want and how and when you want it
and we will have it ready.
We have secured the services of Mr. E. C. Cresse, an expert fertilizer man,
to superintend our mixing. Mr. Cresse has worked all his life in one of the
largest fertilizer establishments in the United States and thoroughly undetntands
the business.
All correspondence will have prompt attention. Address all corn ucica-

tion to
I The (

W. E


United States Land Office,
Gainesville. Florida,
November 17. 1909.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the
Florida Central and Peninsular Rail-
road Company has filed in this office
a list of lands situated in the town-
ships described below, and has applied
for the approval of said tracts; that
the list is open to the public for in-
spection and a copy thereof by de-
scriptive subdivisions has been posted
in a convenient place in this office for
the inspection of the public generally
and all persons interested.
Within the next sixty days following
the date of this notice, protests or
contests against the claim of the com-
pany to any tract or subdivision
within any section or part of section
described in the list, on the ground
that the same is more valuable for
mineral than for agricultural purpos-
es, will be received and noted for re-
port to the General Land Office at
Washington, D. C.
HENRY S. CHUBB. Register.
Florida Central and Peninsular Rail-
road Lands
Gainesville Land District. Florida.
Township 14, south, range 19. east,
east half northeast quarter, section
24: township 14. south, range 20, east.
west half northwest quarter and
northwest quarter southwest quarter,
section 30: township 14, south, range
21. east, southeast quarter southwest
quarter, section 30, east half southeast
quarter, section 36: township 15,
south. range 21. east, west half south-
west quarter, section 22, east half,
section 23.; township 16. south., range
21, east, east half southeast quarter.
section 22. northwest quarter, west
half southwest quarter and northeast
quarter southwest quarter, section 26,
north half. section 34; township 17,
south, range 21, east, all section 2,
east half northeast quarter and south-
east quarter, section 10. northeast
quarter, section 18; township 24,
south, range 21. east. northwest quar-
to, m nrthnC, t n.. o' oAnntinn. 10.



-or to- -

-w wwW*-W--W-W-W*W-W*WW---- U I

east quarter, north half southwest
quarter and northwest quarter, sec-
tion 2, southwest quarter northeast
quarter, section 24; township 16.
south, range 22, east, southwest quar-
ter northeast quarter and southeast
quarter northwest quarter, section 10;
township 22, south, range 22. east.
southwest quarter southeast quarter,
section 24. northwest quarter south-
west quarter, section 34; township 12.
south, range 23, east. lots ?,. 4. 5. 6. 10.
11, 12 and 17. section 6. northeast
quarter, east half northwest quarter.
southwest quarter northwest quarter
and west half southeast quarter. sec-
tion 14. lots 1. 11 and 14. section IS;
township 13. south, range 23. east,
north half southwest quarter, south-
west quarter southwest quarter and
north half southeast quarter, section
4. lots 5. 6 and 7. section 6. west half
northwest quarter, southeast quarter
northwest quarter and northwest
quarter southeast quarter, section 8.
southeast quarter northwest quarter
and northwest quarter southwest
quarter, section 10, lots 2(1. 21. 22 and
23. section IS; township 14. south.
range. 2::, east. east half southwest
quarter. section 6,. southwest quarter.
section 9. lot 6. section 1",. northeast
quarter southwest quarter and south-
east quarter, section 18 'township 15.
south, range 23, east, northwest quar-
ter northwest quarter, section .,
southwest quarter southeast quarter.
section 1S, west half northwest quar-
ter, section 20, northeast (quarter
southwest quarter, section 2:1. east
half southwest quarter and northwest
quarter, section :o; township I ;.
south. range 23. east. west half north-
east quarter, section 4, west half
northwest quarter, sect ion 141. north-
west quarter southwest quarter, sec-
tion 11. south half northwest quarter.
northwest quarter northwest quarter.
souhtwest quarter southwest quart-er
and southeast quarter. section 2"'2.
north half northeast quIarter, section
28, east half southeast quarter, southi-
west quarter northwest (ilartr. sve*-
tion :,. lot ,:. section ::;. southeast,
quarter northeast quarter, section ::f;.




Department of the Imtoerm
United States lAd4 (1er
(Gainesville. Fla. Oct 26. 1I
To Whom It May Comera
Notice is hereby given that J
O'llara. transfer"' of the orfld
Central and Peninsular Railroad 'um
pany. has filed in this ofie a lint of
lands situated in the' township
scribed below and has applied to
approval of said tracts. that the Hib
is open to the public for inspeitwt
and a copy thereof by d.ncrtptive. out
divisiotis ha.. be-.n posmed In a r
veni.irt place in this office fr th.e in
spection of the public g'ne-rallv and
all persons intere.sie.
Within the, noet pixti dat- follow
ing the dale of thim ticttc. |prutomm( ea
contests against thl* claim ,,f hbe
company to any tra< Cft s-uililn oi.
within any ecta,,Ion. ,n part of o -
tions. ,Ip(wril(,-lI t l#. li H a. pn 'be
ground that th mai m,. i % itlao. |ati,
Itle for mineral Itain f,,r a rilu r l, ltral
purj )o-s.', will he r.r., .... .I an, i.,'.1 i
for relo)rt o. thi. w -n ral land ,o .*-
at Washli'ton. 1) V
East half nomeh* .at quart -r ..aI
half northwest quarter ;ard .>nfthw*-.,
quarter northwest quarter M-'tiam 14.
township 12. smoth. runKe .' _m
Northwest q'art.*r puothwm(,.e tuer
ter. se(ton Io. ft oin l I ; ~ush
range 2:11. ,.ant
Soilthwet' quart, ..%-ciin nor h
west qumart mr ihntlwest ,lua r ...-
i1on 1 7. 1*14l ttlI |'ouiit h ,.l) It .e
taion i1. toansd ip nl 0s 11 iA.el -
110 ., it'110 1i 4 oil111 &Sk.e.
.ter, io n th otn.>In hi> i ,,, .
range.' ., 'ist

SH. :... S a.
Ill I11. Jreili 4 r' )ir1 o4f i , itf h s '
'iai Cirr unl ,)r 'h -ri.l itn 4ndi f..,
Marion (uMim) In
Morris V .jar,. conmilaima i


W r




------------- 0000000ui


----- ------------

----------- -- - - - - -~~~

_ __


I:= = S = = S2 Sl:_