The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00564
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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: December 10, 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).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
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System ID: UF00048734:00564
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1bUME 46, NUMBER 24


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Ocala, Florida.

Local and Personal Mr. George Rentz, who has rpurchas-
e--el Mr. R. L. Anderson's home, has
Mr. John Trantham of Fort Myers moved his furniture itito the san:e and
the guest of his daughter. Mrs. F. will be joined soon by his family.
W. Kunze.

Mrs. Hattie Webb came down from
KE drick Sunday afternoon with her
N,. Mr. Bradford C. Webb, to attend
M Elks' me:ncrial services.

Mr. S. A. Rawls of Jacksonville
mgt Sunday in Ocala with his fam-
. who are visiting Mr. and Mrs. E.
,L Maloney at the Ocala House.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Boyd and Mr.
botts of Macon, Georgia, are visiting
their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Whitworth. at the Hiawatha Lake

Miss Elsa Schneider, who teaches
s~eool at Kendlrick, spent the week-
and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. Schneider. at their home near the

Afternoon Tea for Miss Mixon
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk and Miss Annie
Atkiason will give a very delightful
afternoon tea on Friday for Miss Anne
Miton. whose marriage takes place
an the evening cf the fifteenth. Miss
Athlktn will be one of the attend-
mts at the wedding.

Mr. Thomas Sexton is now with the
Dutton Phosphate Company. We re-
ret to learn that his new position as
geatrl superintendent for this comn-
pany will necessitate his moving his
umilly to Gainesville to reside. They
erve a great many friends in this city
who are very reluctant to give them
up. They Pxpect to !*ave for Gaines-
ille some time in January.

The friend-- of Mr. Herbert C. Jones.
who has 'aeen ill for several weeks,
re lad to see that he is able to be
p awnd about again.

, Mr. R. 1,. Anderson and family are

now occupying one of Mrs. William
Anderson's residences on Fort King
avenue. This house has been paint-
ed and repapered and has had a nun:-
ber of other repairs and improvements

Colonel R. F. Rogers is back fr'* i
Tallahassee, where he wer"' ,',f:'.-
the pardoning board for the pl'pos.-
of having an old negro woman pardon-
ed, and succeeded in his humane n:ii-
sion. He says that for eizht yeca": :el
has given faithful service tc the ,a-.
and has fully expatiated t'. eri.''e f,
which she was convicted.

Baptist Bazaar .
The sewing circle of the Baptist
church will hold their annual bazaar
Tuesday afternoon, December the
fourteenth, at the home of Mrs. J. D.
Robertson. They will have on sale
all kinds of fancy work and home,
made candies.
All members of the Cemetery Asso-
ciation are requested to meet Thurs-
day morning at 9:30) o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Townley Porter. A fuil!
attendance is requested, as business
of importance is to be transacted.
Mrs. John Beville. whose husband is
in the Marion county jail, was up to
see him Monday. She was sentenc-
ed! to serve thirty days in jail for re-
fusing to testify against her husband,
liefore the grand jury of Sumter co:mn-
ty. and notwithstanding that her hus-
band killed both her father and moth-
er she is carrying out her vow made-
a! the marriage altar, and, forsaking
all others, is cleaving to him. Her
trials have been sore, and she is to be

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MR. COOPER THE 1. 0. 0. F.

The follow.:g jnvitations were is-

1su' e.i .ioMonday:

S Mr. ain. Mrs. E. Purifoy Thazard
request the honor of your ;rsence
at the marriage of the:r daughter
Mr. J. Percy Cooper
en Wednesday, the 22nd of December
nineteen hundred and nine
at high noon
G-ac'ae Episcopal Church
Ocala, Florida
At home af:er the first of
January, Savannah, Georgia
Mihs Thagardl's engagement was an-
1nounced several weeks ago, and her
,friends are looking forward with a
great dpal of interest to her wedding.
She is a very sweet and charming
young girl, and her wedding will be
pr cedltlI by several pretty social
events, at which she will be the honor
Mi-s Thagafd will have as her at-
ten!dantir three matrons of honor, who
will he Mrs. Charels R. Tydings. Mrs.
Oliver Grant We-ton and Mrs.
Charles Harrison Lloyd. Mr. Cooper's
!best man will be Mr. A. 0. Bailey of
Savannah, and ihe ushers will be Mr.
Myers of Jacksonville and Mr. Charles
H. Lloyd of this city.
Mrs. E. H. Mote, whose singing is
so much admired, will render a solo,
and Miss Byrd Wartmann will play
the wedding march.
After the wedding at the church the
bridal party will be entertained at a
lovely luncheon at the home of the
bride's parents on Oklawaha avenue.
and the bride and groom will leave on
the afternoon train for Savannah,
where they will reside.

The Sunday school workers, who
have been holding forth at the Bap-
tist church since last Friday, have
ended their work and departed. They
did ex:-ellent service, stimulated re-
newepi activity, both in Sunday school
and church work, and left an impress
in our midst that will be felt for a
long time. The church Sunday night
was lacked, and Mr. Flake preached
a very practical sermon, and had his
congi egaticn with. him from start to
finish in all the propositions that he
laid down. He spoke of the man who
buried his talents and said that he
was sloven and lazy, and, bad as he
was, he has his followers until this
day. That the busy man, the man
who made two blades of grass grow
where none grew before, was not only
a benefactor to his race, but a man
"after God's own heart." It was a
good sermon, and is of a kind that
does worldly as well as spiritual good.

Mr. Kenneth McPherson Dead
News has reached Ocala of the
death of Mr. Kenneth McPherson, for-
merly of this city. His death occurr-
ed e: November 21st, at his home in
Scc,:lanal. where he was carried sev-
eral months ago by his brother. '.I.
McPherson made Ocala his hone for
several years and was a hor I work-
ing and industrious young man un: il
his health broke dow.n. His dea. .
was not unexpected, a; he ias been
\ery ill for several years with tuber-
culosis. While living in Ocala Mr.
McPherson married Miss Susie Sey-
mour of this city, who surviv,-; him.
Mr. McPherson was carried io Geor-
gia early in the year to live with his
brother, and later to Scotland. in or-
der that hN' might be at his boi'",,
hornet when death came to him. H.
was twenty-seven yvars of ace,
Ocala mournas his death exc .dingly
as he was a youne man of .-terlin

Lyceum Friday Night

Mr. Loveman was at his )best and
threw bis heart and soul into the in-
terpretation of his own work as weil
as the selections from Riley and other
distinguished poets. His reminiscenc-
es were related in such a way that
the crowd eagerly followed him from
his boyhood days to his trip across
the water.-West Point (Ga.) News.
The Loveman Concert Company
will be at the armory on Friday night,
December 10th, under the auspices of
the Lyceum bureau. The perform-
ance will positively begin at 8:15.
Seats go on sale at the Court Phar-
macy tomorrow morning, and mem-
bers will please secure their seats, as
no reservations will be made unless
tickets are presented.

Mr. Bat Lanier of Tavares is a vis-
itor today. His friends say that some
months ago he went before the par-


o il, of thle nLOS! hbiIau'ifl iant. ii-
str'.uciv .-.'srmiuOn- h'.t ias been hI ,ard
llOn "o.e years was !he Thanksgiving
sermon preached by Rev. W\V. Ii. Cule-
Iman at the Christian church Sunday
!morning, an addressed *.specially )to
irhe members of Tulila i1)dult. I 0 0(
r. of this city.
The music a; this service was \, ry.
delightful. There was all ornhl tr a
consisting of the following well known
musicians: Mr. Watterson Tucker.
Mr. J. A. Bouvier, Mr. Charles Barr.
Mr. E. S. Simmons. with Miss .AMyr'1-
Whitfel'l at tL, organ.
A beautiful feature of this occasion
was the solo rendered by Mrs. C. E.
Winston, entitled. "Jesus, My shep-
Mr. Coleman's sermon, to which he
had given much thought, was deliver-
ed in fine voice, and the statistics he
gave showed how rapidly tbis order
has grown and how munificent has
been its charities, especially to the in-
digent poor and the burial of the
Mr. Coleman spoke substantially as
Scriptures read: Dan 4:29-30; 1:1>-1
and Psalm 23. The first scripture pr'e-
sents to us Nebuchadnezzar thb, great
Pabylonian etnperor, a man who never
suffered a defeat. He was a world con-
queror. Drawing treasures from a
conquered world he made Babylon one
-it the wonders of the ancient world.
The city was four square walls, the
combined length of the walls sixty
miles. Those walls were 1361. feet at
the base, rose 300 or 333 feet in height
and were 84 feet wide on the- top and at
rhis dizzy height they were ahl,. to
':rive and turn a four-horse chari'-t.
Great hanging gardens 400 feet square
an T75 feet from the earth were tmar-
ve.s of beaufy and covered with tre;-
i-al trees and flowers. According to
the text in Daniel Nebuchadnezzar de-
power-giving God no thanks or glory
but rather deifying himself. For this
a terrible curse was brought upon,
him. At last in his desperation he
acknowledged the true God. Jehovah.
The lesson from Habbakuk tells us
of the fishermen worshiping their nets.
and drag and offering sacrifice to them.
thus deifying the implements of their
trade. This same form of religion is
found today in pagan countries where
Brahamism prevails. It is said the
barber worships his razor, the farmer
his jplow and the mechanic his too!s.
To a large extent the intense ..im-
mercialism and Mammonism have led
us as a people to indifference in r.e-
ligion and to the offering of ours lv"s.
our time and all of the best within us
to our trades, business and professions.
'And for this reason showing little
gratitude to God and to a larger ext,-nt
than we are willing to admit practic-
ing the principals of the paeans. who,
accepf.t Brahamanism.
In the 23rd Psalm we have se-t forth
the great sl-,pherd, king and sw,.-,t
singer of Israel. who acknowl,.d ,s i !l
life and! al life's blessings a, .ommning
from the divine source, teaching us th.

truth of our 4v- *.n ht-lilessirt'ss .and u -mriy. bid.' \\*it in \I,'- S ~a f
d-pendt ace upo (n GdAnd this "n- 1low, '.1Iby a nt.rwima'' i i-':. Wi' In
(opltion of lifo andliflfe's ctmtl-':'n '..! -n ihv \i:~-:
vF to th. :winc(i p1' of thmikfllnfhi s- :in!I
;:ti de, :!s in ecintr-ast with th' t I 4 I .'
-.\ho livcs wrapnel up in, the vu.- '1:':n'~
MSe! um Inn1W5 hu W S . '. !14 1-~
1-1 p mt i-:l. lik' v: titndc .in~.t,1 to t ollo".\*.c*II ,*
.;rv'1m'.and iis :bvt' wpr"Qn'si .t '

" '--diws thi\'e r''etiny -fliri2As Ini iA s r.,Iv s i. '' a:
Nmy -of t'enmosinptry I~inv '.ttion, tna 4 *, .
\\-iii 4.xi.t xvh--n w, irt- gil-n('!14Mi: t Laphw ; 1Mr=.iz
.'.i tili2ls tn:. IIc 0 F1 ''. P.Ldpill?;,nie 2lr
iT-' I b, 1 -: h.'is'-1;1 1 a a- ,n-:I'b .'! f r rr
y-.ar is r* tiK 1r-pit. Wi't ill v iZ-. i-4!e .

:7 .2 02. MA t- 1. w4'L i ws' 'I W T .

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" ,. r,-r ,,k a ; ; v. : | ,, : : ; :
:7 .*a 7 si.-te:.- ;nm l 1'.. 1:- b,, t
.i total f .,71.2',, ani tl;. a-m r. t. .I
the wht hody i- th1' .5-. t, i,-
about ,o,;.ii. C
In Florida Odd Fol F ,.vs ip is nj ;y-
ing a spirit of revival anil grow,\th.
There appears to be but one .i'-cadf-nt
lodge in the .state, and it is latel-y
showing signs of recuperation.
We emphasize to every initiate that
the lodge is no substitute for his
church and forcefully remind him
that he cannot be an Odd Fellow un-
less he is a good citizen.
We are living in the world's best
era; times are prosperous, no famine
or plague has come upon us. We are
thankful for our Southland now so
glorious coming into her own. We
should be thankful for Florida and
we as a lodge thankful that only one
member out of 90 has died. In all we
have special reasons for gratitude and
shall go into the new ytar full of
Lope, facing a bright future and with

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6Is of comnllpas.sion from htii. h',
dwellet hthe love of (;d in hni'
Mr. Gray's the.me was l,.'4e ,vilnniv
and protection-the words that ar. r
identified with the Elks lodge the "
world over. He defined these worlds
in their truest and highest sense a w
spoke most eloquently of the "Fath- r
erhood of God," and the "Brrherhood
of Man" in their relation to each oth-
er, and said that not only must the t
strong protect the weak in a financial
and physical way, but in a mental and
spiritual way as well. He made a
magnificent plea for good, clean. mor-
al lives and showed how it is almost
impossible to live a moral life with-


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an>.| i'rotcti' o r, b ,,' ;i'. ,*, :
its annual .*h.- o t I *i, iil.i h
;tf'erino ni at u tiir I..* t o
tendanc, ua- i l.,a. ,, I '
'ices W ,' r,' \,.'t ii 'r. ,' ,. ,** !
Sit'd. rt

The tlr.'t 5:idaj) i l .... ... .
,eet n st'- ap;r' l, 'Ii, fI t I I. l tg
for thi ht >lliia~ i t t!r' ,r t i 't
tow, and at ti.a sau t i iii
hll- static e 't er\ *,l .:. ,: i.i.. ., : i
...' 'rvit' in m nil iic i \ "l1 1;,. '
brothers Trl.ue to it, ii ..
faults of our Itrothi r
upon the sand. lan.ih h.-
on the tablets of io r I nt-l *. .
ory;" anid .vtry y ar thbI, in i. i .r
dead with a btvautiatl ii..wo-noitt -
The ceremoni,'s o tht it it ,
were opened'I by a \,)oluti.n1, i)
most beautifully by tih.e t a 11
cert Orchestra. compi-.-,l ,f .i :, I
lowing membiras: .Ms- \ui:'. I..aAuni
Perry, pian');; Miss M.,i ti ':ia ,r
first violin; Mrs. 11 IF o: ,0' .a i i ,I
Mr. Chalie Fish.*, s.-<-o,.v .1 In- b%,
Leon Fishel. tiut,, Mr. GI -,r.' MI.r'ini
flute; M1r. A. E. (;.Trig. o t lr
Barr, trombone, and M": .' 1-.
Weihe, Fr'en(h horn Mr --h, I is
leader of the orchestra. art, 1h* i:, ain
was exceedingly loe,.Iy
The members of the It- I,. .r* I
during the voluntary. aft' r \h. -i h*.) j
were called to order hb\ Mr HI:.dltrti
C. Webb, exalted ruler of the. Elkh i
After the session was *h lati.l *'i p**ni
the secretary. Mr. Ste-.h..a I. ..,
called the roll of the dece.ast".l !)ruth
era, who art' a; follows MNi. is\
gustius T. Pries.t, Saimu*- V T1 nt'
Sands A. Stan.dl*.,. EKdarlI 1. Mlii
tosh, Max H Newbherg.r. H,:a.. ** ;
Keen, James L.. \\yche. Hi,,r-rt A
Ford. Thomas H. Wallt i'har.,. it
Lester and William IH. Powers.
The exalted ruler t he'- *****. -m.t
leading knight, the .-i **,'.,.I., I |,tnal
knight., th,' stet'-ne'I l-'ec' ring itith ta
the ser-e-ary, the, 'ra! .r''* tiI 'hp*
inner g m r.l th i,;aiI ''i* I i) 'ci
of respct *(i t) i .1 ,:t|. ,ti' ', ',lht hi
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Here .s something WE KN0tA
bank draws others to iit. X%' H
you havC seen how casy it .A 'o %
find it still easier to continue by put,' ,
spare in THE BANK

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For the next


Days I

will sell




follows at little More than Half Value:


A Good Home

One two story eight room house with two halls,
fruot and back verandas, bath and storage rooms,
me barn and two fowl houses, a fine well of soft
water and lot one hundred by two hundred feet in
Black 5, Allrd's Addition to Ocala. with beautiful
oak shade trees in front and rich garden in the
rear; worth t2500,00 Will sell to quick buyer
One five, one six and one seven room cottage
just completed and rented for eight, twelve and fif-
teen dollars per month. Worth $1000.00, $1500.00
and $1,800.00. Will sell for $600.00. $900.00
and $120.00.
These three houses are located on block 108,
AlI ed's addition to Ocala, a beautiful location on a
hill with nice shade trees. Several other smaller
cottages rented for $6.00 per month, worth $500.00.
Will sell for, each. $300.00.
Marion Heights
This is a beautiful addition, situated on the Ken-
drick hard road, just outsv e the city. Since laying
out this addition, three years ago, I have sold
about sixty lots; most of them at $50.00 each. I
have over one hundred of the most valuable ones
left and for the next few days I will sell them for
t$2.00 each. Is is the very best colored addition ad-
jacmt to Ocala, adjoining the 40 acres bought by the
colored Oddlellows upon which they expect to build
a state Oddfellows home in the next few months.
After this sale these lots will be advanced to
$100.00 to $150.00.

Lots in Allred's Addition
I have about two hundred lots left in Allred's
North addition to Ocala, located between the A. C.
L. and S. A. L. R. R., in good white neighborhood.
I have been selling these lots from $150.00 to
$200.00 each; for the next few days I will sell them
from $50.00 to $100.00 each. These lots are
near the manufacturing center of the city, and are
bound to be valuable in the near future.
Farming Lands
I have 160 acres of land N. E. of Ocala, one
mile from the courthouse running east of the Antho-
ny hard road; adjoining the famous Johnson &
Liddon watermelon farm. This land is well
adapted to the cultivation of watermelon, cantaloupe
and other truck, and well located; the S. A. L. R.
R., running through the property. This land is lo-
cated within a mile of any other town, the size of
Ocala, in the Southern States except Florida,
would be worth $100.00 per acre. I am offering it
at the very low price of
$15.00 per acre.
500-Acre Proposition
I also have 500 acres laying west of the Antho-
ny hard road, and embracing the Kendrick hard
road, one mile from town, well timbered with oak
and second growth pine. It will now cut $10.00
worth of oak wood per acre. There are 15000
small pine trees on this land which are now worth
10cts. each for turpentine. This timber is grow-
ing at the rate of $2.00 or more per acre every year.
As an investment there is nothing better than this
land at $20.00 an acre. much of it will be sold for
town lots in a few years.

Clay County Farm
I have 400 acres of very fine farming land
located between S: irk.- and Green Cove Spring%
in Clay county, !'lack Creek; thirty mill

from Jacksonville.

This place is richly endowed

bv nivtur.; th--laI.; Vi' ,v s friW ni eseptcially
adapted to tli,; -ciltivaticmi of' the best paying
crops in i Fj:id i, !;vr etcieviul~rosmf
cel,,rv. 0a thli; pl v - a natural imrrsgting
phant, which c,-uld in )t Bt:eiId rtiticially

ilur 10o,o

.Ni> ; tilt ;' i*. tIe % i

largc-z)"k wvit-: ):.3l. fd Ii t

ip5Q g;illons of wmter per inm itc.

Tht brAnch

or creek from this spring runf tor a half mile
through the land. having from i to .i fet fall
neat the s-:'in ia 1 a 1). i luft'l on either mtdt

fo~rmiing al. t a n ~i:tirai

With a little

outlay of money thi ipr-in.: c 'ild lc made to
irrigate hundreds of acre. of 1:an I portions of
which are adapted t strawb)riie, and cucumbers
while other portion, are adapt .d t > celery On)
this pl .c is a foar r)):u h)t4t.-, ail a 1 ).It ftift
acres of land under fence, there are :4,o .I of
good rauad tiimt:r' anr 5 arca: i-i g ,] htam-
mock. A, an inve st:n:nt th:re'sl n thin hat
will b. t thi pla,'. in th-. S;I:e of i,.- ndi. for

Five Thousand Dollars.


ith Real Estat

My reason for offering the above really valuable tracts of land and city property is

that I am overloaded with real estate,

and am in

need of money

at once,

to say that any of the above quoted city property will double in value withinI the

next twelve or eighteen months,





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Mr. Joe White is again with the I: Otriai c';-~ ( on. th- Co(Iel-
T e o Grocery- ,r.t \..'r:-r -. ..,! ili :iih coun cil -'_s. \\ih.:d Percy Eil".ards" b)elt-
(.th t,:1 ; in, this city Tv ; siay. t'.tO l f,*r. :. ion \\ t..;i ..fdiV aft' .r
Mr. J. Derring of Shelbyville, Ill., is The regular ord(;- of bu.-iness was :.e' :: for s- Ann, Mix.11u was th:
Ia the city and will spend the winter -,ran act.., biir nothing_ of unusual tI: larie I:crty of the winter seao-:
inmprtance was l,r. s--nied to tlh, i: n Ocala. an.! it gathtrerl 'oeother in
r T n:-eting for discussion or coni(id'ra- a ts.cs ,,ligh;ful nmlner several hun-
Major T. C. Hall is in the it vis-tio. d titfullv gowned and charging
h is wife and son at the Campbell General Long made a rort of pro-
oge. General Long made a report of pro- WvonIl.
igre.-s in raising funIds for the erection The 1'retty home of Mrs. Edwards!
Go to the Court Pharmacy this of a monument in Florida to commeni-v wa ,en fete tor her reception anl wasl
"Slag to have your Lyceum seats orate the virtues and heroism of '* 'iautifully decorated, throughout. As
to have your Lycsouthern womanhood, as exemplified th!' guests arrived they were served
by them in their conduct during our wilh punch on the front veranda by!
Mr. R. L. Turner, superintendent of great civil war. Mi%'s Eugenia Fuller an'l Miss Bettyj
te Citrus county schools, was in General Long said that he felt en- Wrav liciver, the former prettily'
Ola Tuesday. courage to say that the sum of two ownei in green and the latter in
hundred dollars at least would bei white. The appointments of the
Justice Lyles has the prevailing I raised through the efforts of this punch table were unusually attractive
Vip, and finds that kerosene is a1 camp. andl unique. Frozen in an immense
SWereign remedy for it. Those present at the meeting were cake of ice were a quantity of bright
the following: red cherries in a pretty design, and
Mr. Ollie Mordis was to have been General Long, Commander L. M. brightly colored autumn leaves bor-
Wid Tuesday for selling meat outside Graham. Adjutant E. T. Williams. dered the ice. The punch was served
e city market. The case has been Treasurer T. D. Lancaster, Comrades from the ice and all about the table
0tponed until Monday. W. Kilpatrick. A. McIntosh. J. L. Beck, were bunches of the autumn leaves.
B. Ht Norris. R. J. Evans, A. Ayer, .Mrs. L. W. Duval met and welcomed
Mrs. L B. Sanders and her daugh- J. H. Livingston, D. A. Miller, C. C. the guests in the reception hall and
er. 3ihss GoeletuesSanders, of Brooks- Priest, A. H. Young, Col. J. M. Martin, introduced them to the ladies who
"iea, are the guests of their relatives. B. L. Freyermuth and J. P. Thomp- were receiving. They were the host-
r. and Mrs. G. W. Martin. son, a member of the Second Georgia e e yotng bride-elect and Mrs. C.

SMr. Al Owen was taken suddenly regiment. J. Phillips. Mrs. Duval was gowned in
M ain M ana.,. o oft, ,, .hil^ pongee silk ann Mrs. Edwards wore

streets, but we are glad to learn that
be is now almost recovered.

Little Carolyn Byrne, the infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Byrne,
who has been quite sick for the past
few days, is getting much better.

[s Mr. Igou has moved the Silver Tip-
ped livery stable from its former
place on Magnolia street to his lot on
Exposition street, purchased some
time ago.

Rev. Newton Plummer, one of the
best known Baptist ministers of the
county, was a Tuesday visitor. His
labors embrace Newberry, Morriston,
Inverness and Anthony.

Misses Mattle and Carrie Williams
have issued invitations to a large
evening party, which they will give
next Monday evening in compliment
to Miss Anne Mixon.

Mrs. Charles F. Rogers of Lexing-
ton, Ky., is the guest for a few days
of Mrs. E. L. Munroe.-Jacksonville
Metropolis. Mrs. Rogers, before her
marriage, was Miss Effie Simms, of
this city.

Mr. and Mrs. John Gage, prominent
residents of New York City, and
friends of Mr. and Mrs. M. Fishel, are
spending several days in Ocala, and
are greatly pleased with our little

Mr. H. C. Morrison's gray hairs
have brought him wisdom. He has
sold his oranges on the trees and has
the money safely put away. He goes
<, on the theory that "a bird in the hand
S is worth two in the bush."

Work is being pushed quite rapidly
on the Temple-Theater, but Mr. Mc-
Rae says that if it is completed by
the first of February he will regard it
as being quick work. All big things
move slowly.

Mr. Greenwood Haley. ex-Governor
Vardaman and Dr. C. G. Taylor of
Jackson, Mississippi will arrive in
Ocala onr Monday afternoon for the
wedding of Mr. Haley and Miss Mixon.
While here they will be guests at the
Ocala House.

Mr. Benjamin L. Freyermuth was
in town Tuesday, and when accosted
about not having an exhibit at the fair
he said that he was merely holding off
to give the "other fellow" a chance,
but that he is giving fair notice that
be will be in evidence at the next
county fair, and expects to capture
the first prize.

Mr. John Seller of Oak was among
the citizens of that place who attend-
ed the meeting of the board of coun-
ty commissioners Tuesday in the in-
terest of the hard road from the An-
thony road to Oak. He informs us
that the road is a "go." and the citi-
seas of Oak will be able to come to
Ocals in comfort in a few months.

Mr. William Miller, who has been
paying his father, Colonel L P. Miller,
a vist of several weeks, left for Wash-
ington Tuesday. He has a position in

Announcement Cards Received an aa exceedingl pretty white batiste
The following cards were rocoi-.c', gown ,-inhroid(-red in pale pink and
Wednesday morning in Oca!a by the blue. Miss .Mixon was exceedingly
friends of Judge Hocker: pretty in a handsome light blue cord-
ed silk gown. She wore a large blue hat,
Mrs. Joseph Benring Glover the brim faced with black velvet and
aInounc-s it.. marriage of h',, dau1h- tri:nr.i:ei with a pale blue willow
Malatie Ncrv-ll liu:ne an,1 aigrette., and a touch of
to oi)ld about thl. crown.
Mr. William Adam T-iock-r .Mr-. Phillips wore a lovely gown of
en Wednesday. the first *i. Dcbr r tin with perl nd net tri
nineteen, hundred and .line gra; satin with pearl and nt trim-
Roanoke. Virginia mings.
At home after the tenth Receiving in the parlor were the
of December, Tallahassee. Pla. young ladies who are to be attendants
at Miss Mixon's wedding, and at the
MJr. Fred E. \\'eihe, a member of r 01 .
Mr. Fred E. 11ehe, a me e o' 01door leading into this room Miss Mat-
the Ocala Concert Orchestra. enter- li tth u.
tie Williams met the guests. She
tained the orchestra very delightfully .
wore a handsome old rose silk dress
Monday evening at the home of hiswith a lovely hat to match. Miss
with a lovely hat to match. Miss
parents, M1r. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe.
ar nts Mr. and 'Mrs. F. G. B. e eilme. Mary Phillips wore a girlish and sim-
Alfter several hours of beautiful mu- pe pink flowered dress. Miss Mar-
sic Mrs. Weihe served delicious re- e r p s ar
ders of Mississippi was very attract-
freshments to her son's guests. Mr. lye in lavender satin, with which she
Weihe will be married Thursday to .
iss Eie oore in Tallahassee, so wore a large black hat trimmed in
s Ee Mr i T, s plumes and gold fringe. Miss Sulli-
this was the last meeting of the or- plumes and gold fringe.
sra ha h will and unil afr van wore a very pretty white crepe
her j thr h w s n t d. Iress and Miss Annie Atkinson a light
he joins the ranks of the benedicts. B
hlu,3 crepe dress. Both of these young
Several Corrections ladies' costumes were completed with,
We have been informed by Dr. J. large black hats.
C. Boozer, the donor of a goodly num- The reception hall and parlor were
her of prizes for the corn exhibit at very lovely in their decorations of au.-
the county fair, that there were sev- tumn leaves and holly wreaths, the
eral errors in the published list of a decorations being very suggestive of
few days ago. James Stevenson, the approaching Christmas season.
Ocala, was the winner of the $50 Vases of exquisite white carnations
prize in the boys' 50-ear contest; H. were used in these rooms and1 the
E. Morrison, Electra, won the $15 in ferns and other pot plants used all
gold for the largest quantity in the over the house were especially liuxu-
boys' contest; J. F. Gist, McIntosh, riant and graceful ones.
was the winner of the $25 gold prize Mrs. E. H. Mote, who was wprticn-
lhv h handsome in white crepe ,ldo
in the 25-ear farmers* contest, la.y handsome in hite crepe ,
chene with real lace trimmings, in-i
Miss Louise Wicker and Mr. Hugh vited the ladies into the dining room. I
Ellison of Augustp, Ga., will be mar- the. decorations of which were uinus-1
tried on December the twenty-second. nally handsome. On the man-el ai'l
at the home of the bride. Mr. Ellison sideboard were banked lovely ferns.
is a brother of Mrs. Pharos R. Lester. blossoming begonias and white earna-|
formerly of this city. and for a short tio;s. and at each window wa-s al
time he made his home at Silver Christmas wreath and autumn leaves.
Springs. where he worked for the Sil- Thb round mahogany table Mol as a
ver Springs Lumber Company. as it centerpiece a large silver pitcher fill-
was then called. Miss Wicker is a ,! with the most gorgeous white
sister of Mrs. H. J. Klutho of Jack- chrysanthemums. The chandeliers
sonville. were adorned with pluniosa and tied
with white tulle. which extended to

Capt. J. A. Tucker, for many years
a citizen of Rochelle. but now resid-
ing in Ocala. is in the city, and his
numerous friends are glad of the op-
portunity to shade his hand again.,
Miss Winnie Tucker. his (laughter, is
visiting Mrs. C. D. Butts at Rochelle.
Captain Tucker for several years held
the political reins in the Rochelle dis-
trict, and always came out successful.
--Gainesville Sun.

Mrs. Benj. Weathers will leave to-
morrow for Ocala, to assist in the ap-
proaching coming-out reception of
Mr. Weathers' sister, MJss Janet, to
occur on Thursday. Several other
pleasant social functions will follow,
and Mrs. Weathers will remain until
after the holidays. Her h-usband will
join her there Christmas.-Tuesday's
Tampa. Tribune.

Beautiful music was rendered dur-
ing the receiving hours by Misa Ethel
Haycraft and Mr. Charlie Fishel. two
talented musicians, the former playing
thz piano and the latter the "iolin.

th- table, where it endld in !)rett:..
fle'ty bows. A order of white satin
rihl on extended around the table.
caught at intervals with one of the
big chrysanthemums andl bows of the
Assisting in the dining room were
Mrs. C. C. Todd and Mrs. J. L. Ed-
wards. the former in an embroidered
gown of white and the latter wearing
pink with trimmings of black. Serv
in"; were Misses Sara Davis and Ma-
mie Shepherd. The first course in-
cluded chicken salad, crackers, olives,
and mint jelly, cherries being mould-
ed in the jelly. The second course
consisted of marsh-mallow pudding
and cakes.
From the dining room the guests
were asked out on to the side veran-
da. It had been converted into a very
cozy little Japanese tea room by the
use of screens, rugs, chairs and tea
tables, and a most comfortable place
it was. Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, who was
very dainty in a white lingerie dress,
poured the tea ,which was passed by
Misses Rexie Todd and Mabel Meffert,




Though our Great Removal Sale is now a thing

of the.



have great quantity of goods thet must be dirpoued of lwfo r Iow.. ,,

' ri

New Store in the Anderson Block. In order to compltely io..e e k.th. .....k

before the first of January we have decided to let the "Removal *%ale prit-W 1W&

ets remain on the goods until every vestige is gone.

Thowe who tse-4out

store during the past two weeks need not be. told of the unprecledrnrd h YfruOse

we have been offering on every piece of goods in the store. r t.

4 h.... w b4.

did not avail themselves of the opportunity we wish to av i hat a wol hn

a long day before these prices will ever he duplicated byv n or an-..nt I


For Ladies' Wear

All the latest weaves, styles and
seen here. There is not a desirable
color in suits that will not be found
in this line, and then, too, the prices
we are now getting for these goods
will astonish you if you have not been
to our store within the past few
weeks. Our line of ladies' heavy and
light weight underwear is not sur-
passed in this part of Florida, either
as to quantity, quality or price. Come
and look over these goods.


Men's and Boys'

Our big &stock of .In .,ind liti
Clothing still Itaee 'tih* Hu.nm6.$.1I
Sale" price tickets oin thmni. IandI h '
will be left on until th,. n'rar,- lin. i
closed out. We don i ntin.li fta .arr t
a single suit of clothe- now Iia .',. k
into our n,'w store. o thl-ep MI AT
GO-If not at our pric(e-. )>it, ,un
Here is an opportunity tai b', al| for yourself and the teva ist rri. .
that will warrant keeping 'xhI-n for
months if you are- tilt' in iniunediatre
need of them. We sV--k the tra.l apf
the man who has no mnone 'a a* isain
der. but who wantI- very *'ia 's-



Shoes r All

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As there has been very little <',1 w-..the'r thim ***an *|-t .,,..
BLANKETS and C# .MFO iRTS is almost lnbrlken. asio *ith. ,.- .
'Removal sale" tickets have l~n on ,i tlim all thn timnr for th.- ..o,. .. *. k.
there are great numbers of them still to ti.- h l, I f ,r I.,4-4 thI n th. ,s .,%, ..
purchased for at wholesale. In this ,Ie,-p'rtment my :*1.., I ... ,, ,. .
Counterpanes, Sheets. Tdwels. Napkin-,. KEt- ,**v.r iiiimtif:. ',r.- I a .I 'r
all included in in the "liM ST-(Gi" lpro<.lamttni ,t n. \ lin,. -\ M I \
RUGrS of all sizes and designs.


W e ha ve' two of the' b"st :ITIil ro (it l tJ!., i l. -;** I,' I
man's name is Mr. High Q:uala y:. .aal i:s t' -: \r t
Come in and get actiuaintit' vi '!-, .-.' i' I'l' .* I'

this time while the "'lRenival S.1' tick, ', :i. 'ill!

. A .


N. Magnolia St.,

Meeting of the U. D. C.
The United Daughters of the Con-
federacy will be entertained Friday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. T.
Lancaster, at three o'clock, at their
regular monthly meeting.
XfDq A A WINE R 2 ee

Mr. Sam Pyle*- ltl \VWodn..-tiay
ternoon for Atlanta, wh. r*- he bah
cepted a splendid pil' tien to an
dertaking establitanent in 'tha r
His many frien.is In 'his i'ty a
him abundant success

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To-PM am ,amSure
W. -sof~t OW pWar and en-
-.~ pui4U4@ the Postoffice
ftwig gwy shortly open a
~Is the @6ce now cc-
W or. K Graham as an
@66'r. Mr. Geuig left last
____ ~jmrk~ssmrUlc to purchase Ox-
god wobrr meecs~r M u-brWtJ1"-
@ft. tor his sew stoe.
Ols" bems awao"Is beSk3@w
M ~e ~G ru @o*. a"his ne"
slr wIW bu r over m wpftoffl1e.
mm nS b d ayK 69O t do"New post-
40M am VWVG *stores show-, Mr.
____ bId O0Sit f uture. and his
216180goor&Wabundant success in
up- ow


Will soon be in

A New Depot for the Seaboard ITEMS FROM CALVARY
The Seaboard engineer and archi-, (
tect were here yesterday for the pur- Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
pose of planning for a new depot and Mr. JoNi Thomas of Holder spent
paving around the same, and work on Saturday night and Sunday with 5Mr.!
tiR much needed improvement will J. rW. Morrison.
go longer be delayed. 1 Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Strickland and
We understand that the present little son passed through Calvary Sat-
building is to be repaired, enlarged urday.
and raised somewhat higher and put I Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brass and son
on brick pillars, and will be converted of Holder spent the week-end with
into a handsome structure. Mr. J. W. Morrison and family and
Where now are sidewalks made of attended the fair at Ocala.
dust-producing cinders there will be Mr. (;ay of Holder spent the latter
solid cement paving. and the entire part of the week with his old friend.
grounds will undergo repairs and Mr. .1. W. Morrison.
beatltification. So Ocala grows. AMr. I). L. Morrison of Holder spl)nt
Monday afternoon with his friend,. M-r.
If you must drink, see Hogan. and 1Merritt Morrison.
g-?t a pr- d, pure. distilled whiskey. x C y ws we eted at
Calvary was well repre.-'ented at the,
fair, and all said that it was splendid.
There is a great .deal of sickness in
our little community.
Mrs. Joe Jordan and (charni'in-i
daughtt-r. Miss Maggite ordlan. passed
S I through Calvary last Saturday.
'U Messrs. Ed. Joe and Sam Jordan
passed through Calvary las: Friday.
They had been to the fair.
NWell. Thanksgiving is gone-hope
D emr and, N OW all the readers enjoyed it a- luc'h as'
the writer did.

is the Time to Bake them,

for a few Weeks Age Adds



their Goodness,





such as Spices, Raisins, Cur-

rents, Citron, Lemon and

Orange Peel, Black molasses

Ec t. g -

A full Assortment Fancy Cakes

in Packages and Bulk Just in,




HARVEY CLARK, Proprietor

Two Phona 174




Ocala, Florida




To The Giri Hot Over 12 Years] Old



To The Boy Hot Over Twelve Years Old

Who will Compose and Write the Best letter




Tdllqg im What Tey Woant Hi. to BriQg Then) |for

mail or Brimg Your Letters to Sapto Clous, in Core of



Mr. 1I. A. Kramr of the New South
Fari and Home Company. was in
yesterday from the new town of Bur-
bank. Three. families were sent out
Tuesday and two more will be sent
toilay. Eight tents are up and occu-
pied. Contracts have been let for a
store and administration building, and
three dwellings. Many new settlers
are onil th way. Wells are being sunk.
lands staked off and general activity
prevails. All the initial steps toward
the buil.ling of a town have begun.
The new Ipeople are especially pleas-
e.d with ihe cordial reception given
them yI, the old settlers. Mr. Kramer
says that they not only lend them ev-
verly necessary article. but bring
thelm tOl them
The company is selling lots at the
ra; e of six hundred a day. and the
twelve settlers on the ground are
more than pleased-they are delight-
Mr. A. B. Albritton of Daisy. an
"old-timer,'" is going to be Burbank's
first store-keeper.
The Carmichael Son Company in all
probability are doing a larger export
business than any other firm in
Ocala. Spread out in conservative fig-
ures they are carrying a stock that
will easily reach one hundred thous-
and dollars.
Their present quarters have grown
too small for their increasing business
and in order to keep step with the on-
ward march of Ocala they have given
out a contract for the eretion of a
large two-story building, which will be

constructie(il oi )rick ana sor uctuai
steel, and will be as nearly fireproof
as it can be made. We were permit-
ted to read a letter from the steel com-

pany yesterday and it said that it
would have the material on the ground
before the first of January. The floors
will be of cement and the roof will be
either of tile or metal. The front will
be of pressed brick, and it promises
to be a handsome building.
The Carmichael Son Company have
hull up a large business, and perhaps
are better known in south Florida
than any other wholesale house in the
inut rior.
The y botl ', their own goods print
th ir own labels and give employment
to a number of persons.
They also have a large farm near
the city and in this direction are, do-
ing their part in developing the re-
sol'rces of the county.
I say. do your drinking at Hogan's
place. There you'll, find pure goods.
Hogan, the mail order mar x
2Mr. John Heintz complains that
cows are eating up the violets and
rose bushes at the court house. We
must do without one or the other. We
cannot expect to have pretty flowers
and permit the cows to go at large.
We hope that the authorities will see
tha' cows are kept off the streets.
Capt. James Tucker, who has long
held a position under the lbor bu-
reau of the government, passed
through Ocala yesterday for Brooks-
ville. where his home is, and where
he will spend the Christmas holidays.
He is still youthful, though fast ap-
proaching the biblical limit.
Mr. John Dering of Shelbyville, Ill.,
is among the home-seekers now visit-












these goods

are invwitc a


Special Prices and Discounts to Public Schools, Churdl


Dr. Newsom's friends are congratu-
lating him upon his elegant home. It
is so nearly completed that it will be
occupied this week. It is surrounded
by beautiful oaks and upon elevated
ground, and commands a splenddi
view of the city. The piazzas are
wide and extend nearly around the
building. The hallway is spacious
and the rooms large and commodious.
The floors and wainscoting are of
hardwood and are finely polished. The
mantels and doors are particularly
handsome, and the stairway is most
attractive. The furnishings and find-


NOTICE d I;, ,,
T hirty (;ays ;,ft, .r l r .- ,, :" ,' ,
thereafter as |practi(ol ,II ,I E,,
cil of the city o,f ,Ocalait \III,
and consider bids for th.. tt, ,, ,. .I
vit rified brick, those parts of lr'. ,,
lowing described streets in (<;ala. MNt I ,
non county. Florila. to)-vwi Tht '
part of the extension (if \l;>tt,,I t s .li .... ,
st reet. beginning at No rt.h .'Sit Is 'i ,, , .
s t r e e t. a n d r u n n i n g t h e-nt t h n i lt I hI I, II1, -11 %,
the right of way of the S'al)arh xii h* E. -
Lie- Railway companyy ; and als., thatI I""t'll .
portion of North Sixth str.-t-t. l 'in "" I"' *t-
east one block: anid ari so th allo t p ir n ltr. Ia If %,,t- ,
of North Sixth stre-,t. hel illhig iri- lga d t ,
Magnolia street and running llu.t tonii.,
block, said bids to be sealed and flild .'hit llIt .. t ,
with h he cerk. of the ('ityv of ()1oalit m at kI. t ,prelflr ,., f


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With the GRANDEST DISPLAY of toys, dolls, children's hi
niture, wagons, carriages, carts, mechanical toys, drums, horns. eft

ever shown in Ocala.

All kinds of gift articles, toilet cases. wA

baskets, manicure sets, gloves, handkerchiefs, ties, collar and 4
boxes and baskets, albums, combs and brushes, silverware in ail 4
the different pieces, gold jewel boxes, toilet articles, ribbons, bd1

hair ornaments,

etc., all suitable for Holiday Giia

Merchants who handle a small line of

look through our stock and get prices before buying their Holii

and Sunday School Committees.


Frank P. Gadson

The Commercial Bank Block,

Christmas Tree Candles Fr



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paMU reme stolen
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ocal and Personal : .John H Roers of Lynne
-- V i' i shanc '-". I b iniesiS in Ocal i S.t'ir'
S Mr. Ben Borden is spending a few d'ay.
a bys with relatives at St. Petersburgi. ..

Mr. J. M. Bryan of Terrell spunt Fri-
day with his two daughters in this

Mrs. W. T. Gaiy took te.r little s'n.
Wilbur. to Jacks'nville Friday, to co:,-
salt an oculist.

Mr. WV. A. Baxley of Croom. former-
ly a resident of Ocala, was among the
visitors htre on Friday.

Mr. Brownlit. a partner of Mr. \V.
N. Igou cl Eustis. is now in charge of
the Silve+r Tipped Livery.

lY a'A' onith. ago.

di, 'I

11". Ba'lay of SIan111on c;i;e1 up Sat
.: day to wpendi several days in Ocala
L' is quite a golf enthusiast.

Judge David S. Williams. Mr. San
P. Anthony and a party of fri4lI,nd atr
arranging for a camp hunt next wePf.

Mr. Robert Sinclair is now in Ta;iin
pa, where he has a position with th(e
Citrus Fruit Growers' Exclha;;, o01

Miss lucy Moorhead ,vent down to I Mr. Harry Peter of Dunnellon was
Eastiak FridLay afternoon to spend a visitor Saturday. He says that the
several days with friends. \ "Phosphate City" will soon come into
its own.

Messrs. W. J. and L. K. Edwards
came down Friday from Irvine in their Mr. Leon Fishel has returned fromn
handsome Buick automobile. Thomasville, Georgia, where h.- went
to attend the wedding of his friend!,

Mr. S. E. Rowe is now occupying his Mr. Nathan Wolf.
stalls at the market. In this line of
S at t ark.In thisnof The Baptist Sewing Circle will hold
business he is succeeding admirably. he Christmas bazaar at the
their annual Christmas bazaar at the
Misses Mattie and Carrie Williams residence of Mrs. .1. D. Robertson on
wll entertain on Monday evening. Tuesday. December 14th.
Decubtwr 1';th. in honor of Miss Mix-
Secretary \Williams says tha' a
40 check has been forwarded !o e'.'-y

Mr. Jake Klein is decorating his prize winner at the fair. Thly will
store in a gorgeous yellow color. What be paid on presentation. One young
Is no, yellow is blue. Jake believes lady says that for ju.ti .-xhibiting itel
i olid o erflowers, pot plants and f'-i ns she Ir.-
ceived a check for $>. She feels stlini-
Mrs. H. C. Packham and Mrs. G. W. ulated for rt-nwed efforts ,ixt r.ar.
Martin havw returned from Plant City. and promise somet-hing ,'!,,a:!t inll
where they attended the state conven- this line.
aton If the W. C.T. U'.
'. the W. Thomas H. iHarris. whi) has

Mr. J. A. Jones. of the Irvine Crate been in Minnesota for the past stven
and R lket C(oaipany. who has been months, reached home Friday ;iiT,i'-
ewM.irlls j several days in Ocala. left noon. HeIt h'lt Minnesota about Two'
rBdA hor his home al Irvine. weeks ago. and since that time has al-'

Mrs. Svla'in .MElroy. after spend-
inga 'h ; st tw vo ',ks in Ocala with
her latn' Mr a1.1, Mrs. John Do-
it., le't Friday afternoon for her
hont.w I s Orlani,
2 ... who n aitienlds

joy'.d a ;rip to (Caua,la. to i 'ichi:-,:- .
andl stopped, for so\,Vral d;ys with
friends. in Ohio. and If ll:, plas- '-\,
days he has ho"''n with tf'i . .iekson -ill,.

Tho following officers for the \'. (C.
T 1V' wor,> elect>ld at thle -,tato conll-

N 1 l ;. n i 'l I" I"" . . .- . . .. . . . . . . . ..- -
h, '\ .il < ff Florida at Gaines- N- lition jr'ilt ait Plant ('ity: Pr''si-
.~ :' ho:e Friaday afternoon to dent. Miss .Mlinni, .E. Neal .lJacksor -
'l > ,'.. \,h :k- lnd with h Is parents' \ill.: vilc, pr sideni,. Mrs. Josephl P.l'.
1 .d MrI !l;p man. 1 Franklin. Plant ('ity" orresponding
secretary. Mrs. 1. F. Patishall. .las-
I |" t(;;.uahe n of Brooklyn. N. ,'"le: recordings st'relary. Mrs. XW. T

Y a, old flir'thi of Mr. Frank Drakle i)ean. Del.and;- trasur'r.r Mrs. (,Geoire'
it tI,'. c('iv rri\.ld il Oca.la Friday I Gain vil".'
sft'al'oP an, I will spend s,,veral
afte irono and will .
b. :Mr. l)rakes tue-t. Mr. .1 (. Bates of Lake C:'v was a
S*isitor to Ocala Friday. When ilhe

'cil lhui hali of Waco. Txas. who Ocala Banner was first established it
'as .. n ."m'nding his winters on occupied a building belonging to his
IAla \W.'ir for many years. and who grandfather. the late Mr. David Ew-
own' a valuable orange grove there. art. and we remember Mr. Bates
passed through Ocala Friday on his very well as a little boy. playing about
way 1to the lake. the office. His father. Dr. Bates. was
ft for hi Mo a member of the first legislature from
Mr John T. ewis left for his osbeen this county that convened after the
1B"u borne last Friday. e full civil war. His brother. Mr. Orlando
.e. a la ve of absence unhta ful Bates, and the editor of this paper
rates his hal e has were very chummy. Mr. Bates is now
"ertUX from the effects of a severe representing the Glen St. Mary nur-
aad is threatened with an attack series, and he informs us that it does
O pvceU la". a business approaching one hundred
Colonel J. L. young. prominent in thousand dollars annually. and its
kel J.g and turpentine circles. In customers hail from all parts of the
bkt i. and a turpentine cl visitor Sat- world, some living in far-off Egypt.
urlat Cty. sid being prominent in some in South Africa and some in
Miay. l airsb bea been one of the Australia, and. indeed. in all parts of
.- a.a ..,.i the inhabitable globe. The business


S. PH. !H ITCHI Lilting him upon is it'l, ant home.. 1 i', jur ,\. ,'..'I it . ,.1

THE CHRISTMAS CASUALTIES BE- is so nearly compt l 'd t it will b- ::ist ial. T!' : -.
GIN occupied this waa'k. It is surrounii 1d .le'la,' hu, l :tnr I ',t t :' t .,
-)-by beautiful oaks and npon elev-ated .ludginri f )li '.a. ** ':
The Christmas casualties have ta- ground, and commands a splonddi that w, s"'.. psin *>n .,i.,. .-, '
ken an early start. Saturday after- view of the city. The piazzas are from th- bank-. to th. ..T1'.
noon Cranford Standley and Albert wide and extend nearly around the may 'be safa'ly building. The hallway is spacious is doing" in t (. tountt it oi:, ,
Miller, two small boys, were playing and the rooms large and commodious. the mines and rmill- ar* *lo'..d ,t, t
with a toy pistol when it exploded, and The floors and wainscoting are of The number andI siz-, of th,. pa,> roll
the wad went into the face of the Mil- hardwood and are finely polished. The tell a story of progress anId pioti,..' ti
ler boy, penetrating the skin and em- mantels and doors are particularly -
handsome, and the stairway is most Mr. Claude Gate's is back from
bedding itself in the flesh for some
attractive. The furnishings and find- trip to Jacksonville. While' th.-r, hI
distance. The little fellow was taken ings are in keeping with the generous stopped at the Y. M. C. A building. 0
to Dr. Newsom's office, and that gen- plans and the home in its entirety which Mrs. P. W. Spellman. forni.irl
tleman soon extracted the wad from is one of luxury and comfort. It is of this city, is matron, and in whti
his face. near the Hall home and in style and position she is deservedly popular
Officer Hutson witnessed the affair beauty is very nearly allied to it. The building cost $25,,.,".,. and t.l
and seeing the little Standley boy put This paper adds its congratulations very handsome structure.
the pistol in his pocket and run pur- to Dr. Newsom's other friends, and
sued him. but on ascertaining that it reloices that Ocala is getting so many We are requested, to announc- "*'i



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d .1:w ' :" :: ': s 'in. ill lav for t1is city, w"h'r th- y '.: ;.
. \ .,:i l i .i!;or l) ; i -i :' i i idf. \\ '_ th, ;r.s.-ni thly w ill F ',,I",i ,t.....t
"* \ \ s \ lovel'v ro.s ins]u:kah 1-ir h.r.i. with .ho groonm't pa- .--

*' i :^ U *- *" ll o oi' s (,;:)A s iais 7tU iO L i i r 4f ~ib 's a s a C ^ .^:
i .,:.. i.- s v,:'.-re tue ehl :. tT s rlis;t.' to- ih. friends of the
; I 7 s- C'-2lar(a n.lIV Oph'- .V1oun1 cou( l." i' re. as h' f.new.s of0
;'' 'I ; -*,. = *** *r. b,-. Mrs (G. R. thl'ir approaching i marriage has been
1 'r. I.r. .Al'rt Geriz. Mrs. ITar- kepi t k very quiet. but nevertheless their
,a:' .;n,.i ,- ,-i' MacK.,ay. friends ar'f wi-!ing for them all man-
r 'u .;; ot whist 1 .. iw- nir ot ggood things, iiin which cordialt
'T I s- 'r 1eligit-ul fr ,it salad, l wish this paper joins.
1, :. I at d.ii ( fwi':ti-; nl d coffee. n The iroom-elect is quite a young X
.. .non !) .iss A ni e .an. lin" the second of he th'wo 1
SRi:' : ." I d ; - : : 1.,'- C r a Gravy. o is of1 ".. i nd M s. Fred G. B.
S\V'ie of this city. He is engaged in
OUR FEDERAL BUILDING the jewelry business, and is a quiet 7
S---- modest and unassuming young man.
S r. .1 "l. ... n th office of He is a fine musician, being a member
|r ^e i. ; n 01 architects. of the hand. and he bears a splendid
\\';sii;1io. D. (\. \)s it Ocala Fri- reputation among the young people .-
day ion t or ederl building, nd ro- Miss Moore is the second daughter ^
.noui'.s it as haviliz b'en built more of Rev. and Mrs. L. W. Moore of Tal-
.;Iear!y to the plans nid specifications lahassee, fornierly of this city, where
'lan any building ilhat has I)assed un- Mr. Moore was pastor of the M.eth-
d', .- lhis o>s. He sy:s ihat in every particular the a very sweet and pretty young girl, Robust and Strf-
(' ntraIors have done faithful work *lanis the young people that knew her Mrs. E.West, 1 MaitnSt., Me
andi ihat Ocala has a building that her when she lived in Ocala will be glad "We have used Peruna In ouri
people may well feel pioud of. Mr. To know that she is to return here as say that it is a fine medicine for ca
Holnrms has been inspecting public a bride. It was in this city that she about.
buildings for twenty-nine years, and and her future husband first became
what he says is indeed complimentary. acquainted, when they were both "A fewyearbagi It ouredt meol
He is pleased with the plan and the quite youthful. had pronounced incurable.
situation, and when the grounds are Friday afternoon Mrs. Ira S. Patter- "I am rery much i..sed with
put in shape, as 'they soon will be, in son and Mrs. R. .1. Euans gave a very .*-'. ""
his judgment Ocala will have a post- delightful linen shower for Miss Effie Bwe t ch.
office building surpassed by few towns Moore at the home of Mrs. Euans. The MIss Mary Jones. 79114 Reynolds A
many times her size. Both from the bride-elect received many lovely linen Chicago, Ill., writes:
standpoint of solidity and beauty it is gifts, and the afternoon was a most "I can recommend Peruna a. a rt
a magnificent structure. It will be pleasant one for the young people. medicine for chronic ehtarrh if
ready for occupancy by January 1, bwels and eter my w h I ht. f.oo e n t rit
1910. HOSPITAL REPORT FOR NOVEM- led severely with it for over three y
Some time during the Christmas BER "Onewyonderfagonichantortakntndlre
holidays Postmaster Crom will issue ---- Re a wonderful t ifmpr."oneen
an invitation to our citizens to give it November 1st there were eight pa- once. Itooksizxbottlesinursirons
an inspection. tients in the hospital; fifteen patients I always have It on hand t alwh s
-- admitted during the month; twenty- now and then wbhenA my couuh is m
IN MEMORY OF MISS BEULAH four patients treated during the Ask Your Druggist for a Frs
WIGGINS month; sixteen patients discharged;---
two deaths; five patients still being The Apalachicola oyster llr
One bright, beautiful morning in cared for.Th Apalacihcola oyster In all rtl
November, Beulah, the only jewel of The following were the donations: In fact, it is the fin't in it. inr
.\1r. ami Mrs. Isaac Wiggins, was call- h Mrs. Brinson, buttermilk several not wit hstandin th'e *-nti* n r l
..d 0 'he (i y of Godl, where there are times. made.-.Apalachlcola Timn.
mlanuions of de-light. whose walls are Mr. Durisoe. truit, syrup, one gallon -
ijas-r and the gates are paved with cane juice. Mr. and Mrs lliuiry AA la-at-|. A
j wls bright. Mr. N. Barco. one gallon oysters. hv'.' 'en visiting l tInd andi r
Th-as-, lipnes ,if' peen-td by one who aMir. Galloway, thirds several times. tiv-s III (incitnari. Ohio ior the p.1
';sOu present when Hulah wras ushier- Mrs. Geo. K. Robinson, buttermilk I1 a oar i'iaery. hanv *''r I h.tltn
**d iha!. ti:.- ".;!<: knew her 'he en- several times.
'in period of her stay on earth: vis- Alrs. Mol e* old clothe's. | 1rI '* Howell w*; to rom int
iteQ hier a number of times in her la-t Miss Nellie St ev. ns' school. o ner ~ $"-atild .11 '. I -' I
illia-s j nd '>e. li va. poulah is in th. equlart lras nerva fuiitr and thriEe alass- !'' k i atal Vt : ". ". I k u.-. ka t '.
Si;\ which 11ath io i.iidations w'fh'sr s ja llv l lvk Hk *- ii .* 'I.*
ofi er hind uil rpa-r is God. f Episcopal church froiM ians. Th e Mi Mh r Jo" nes1 "1- ".n
i. alah was the joy of thi t' om her- dMrs. ILehtian. tour quarts win t.o Dr i.n i io K. Vw a [,..,
t. an;i>ntiof. indinty and loving. ;anrts preervos and the noo aI o I e r u a'
Ha r depagn ure is n sore It rial to pelevo i n o hr o a t rh
fat1ir ;Oand lO mother. bitt they hiva' tiee sw'a't consolation of knowing she is Ocals Ia' & P'bckin Co.. '' pa i:!i. k a. y t 4' I, I *
safe in Hi r'lm beyond ittha' SIid- ice dail 'r1 ',n .I
set's radiant glow. where golddiin glo- Two (o;>i. of th.t l{;!itnetr 0' .'l '* .'.a l' t a-' 1 ti
ries ever shine. SC;ir -aily s
She'a was iwanty-onir' v'al-,\ of tr'. I... 1,: ..1o\ s woEEnId.eru *
and a mntmba'r ot tli Firli ist thlis II eigrst p . \ it U;. '' .4 nu n
church of Ocala. h mn. *. t y-d 4
Ier body was laid ButaA afth 1 pa dt tI' A BEAUTIFUL HOME A or ru ''r . I
roses in the cemetery at Romeo. iin --- p'a- t *d i
which community she was bowii. Dr. NTewsoi's friend arte conaiatio- I fac. i i 1 I i .. [., r.T



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family(form na nutwor ofl ,oearonto woooo
btarrh anti eodi-, I kneiw what I 'an taiki %a
:andl Fall Iorf-.'r f Tyears. owl IB "not IN*#,to
Ilmli l Cbiwiltv. anit frow fione aam 'oil*. .
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b, I say b'..4s.
Sas "I'lwag poroenadV4 hsON* we# a
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Ma has a woldrftul to per- Heathtin Japan hasO alt n txalus fl!
form. His mission will not be corn-,; lii l hi.i t ta tnawher
lete antil he conquers all the forces ofhuanl to -".., ....

o _it Mi .oan f itted the elie wiakes her laynd 'n
Salthl hernl secret it for d Ti ceits spacious and airys:
*Mt it enables in touloeut to lie T...o li Ost i Xil l'iO li t)riison y in the
i mleati ah e la to .of at e he1 ol ,l i n .i tll s a.a f illn. boli 1 lliles .frou
St.h od lrodin the l, co fnpue tue disneie wol'- 1.ki, In t lie niist of g lid It; dress-

th remotest stars, and has enabl.!ed in. -urs tnI reaiin rooms-notrh-
always a he aveb eii a stranger to the I ...... i.T.dla' and hrry rees.ounty
greater urwithieautivs of creation. anh' n- Thi e is (eIlr conception of what apl
r, v a i hlr n.xtincn \d.i. th ink ,a ft! lili a ris es the jialitial
do&or Ow e, fth 111 tanhfited he eye with lensesand r
b '" the i 1 avionig e.-curonnd sight for the aged, "'hli :de lls are' slia(ios and airy.
s t n..e t t ror earh toebll r wi'h wiresM he is ho Fis hlint t !it's biherty tr nd the
Sl.. .-b.gall thlr ro h'r-n lfor- te wt- in f t! t" winds thoI a i, s pfrivil'.. fs wonih uxuriously.
low "u 1 l !L eli- il niarlt] balhs. hot

th at--h In hi re t wonderful l accomplislhet9h;il i; an t ,i el out Ironi heaven.h-
ii:ini to k v'ei, track o(f e ,vi v ( .,hstitial i:14 5 ,, 1, It ) ic wa ting t o m ake the'
AK A Editor country's contribu think t. le prisons and dounry
an. LhvnBoox. ine Manager to ', i C'hrist( i.n lands are a di to
0 ,-" ,o hi stud.li g the rocks 1"'.11u i has i dt 11 ct l't a "I. ,"
1,. ,, i ure withile 'h,' earth dil hi .Tlg her a1 alti 1t- "'hi. is ourl" Uelin tiithi i d i Whut a1
I bag ,tltot -at qulckf'r (' il flu. 1 11 lil bc
f f "i l \\',W t!il-k I h ati 1 \c1 l~ cl1,,\110tII s1iho l
11080 W00 ,W '. .... the ed lHaving 'Oflhi9'('l d it- u'nl 'of fit'i !w :.::de so HIM'tOiell-L t l t th elh"d i
*N i f. I I i',e.
v mw1 W Va. ttg a the Nlag ror tI h Vt I -oimic Ie w'rith Ii wires, he is o\V \ttil o a t' .... lilttrty should be
*l t; w ,, ", t h e r e d a n 1 ed n h ei l n v i i i '- ( o t S S ta 4 '.'- a c r o s s t htA -, - ] ,t ll i. -~l ti l l t ( 4 5 ..l t h i m o u t
.O U i* b lt17- h -., ", li si i ( ,f t h w i nid s 'o i i) l'ri\ii ,' uit s \V o u ld lit,' n e x t I(0
. .... - I l hI-- w\onllherful acconmjlishintelit shin Iibig rtii ",it'1 1 (tilt fi'olli tleavutl.
FrRANK HA RRI*. Editor v.hat hi.- l' -vn our count ry's contribu- w-' K ii i.}ihatilie tl( pris:ns and dun-
P. V Levenged. Business Manager tiot. .... i, ('hriih lands are a ldis-

i'd [ "'VlN' HATES

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bsa et ripo o. . t ,!Iv. Ii to It uiiied S1 a t's
61081. l-t'% idiric hlit ..sur~ ty of the

Tb. Mar'i. d15ounix'fair al Ocala
UW1 Iteor 5W%;1- I 111C .eU cv1511 o! e

cIi Woret: 4 Iti-v

It was aln American who invented

t he steamship,.
An American
An American
An American

invented t:he tele-

invented the tele-

invented the electricc

An American invented the reapler,
which makes it possible to feed the
billion or more people on this plant.
It was an American. too. who in-
vented :he sewing machine.
Americans also were the conquer-
ers of pain when they discovered how.
by means of sulphuric ether, the tin-
derest human nerves could be made'
in-ensible to the surgeon's steel.
And men like Edison say that wte

( ''ihdi~ His have onuly j:i,!' 't iutiint ouw'progress
;60 i. su.-iu c 50. 0t ifich(' ii it Ii all sorts
I -- ~~IN inst-ilti- :I 'o all tNew in tW-O
researe~lts ard4 n' e--; .ad ons 1APT
~ ~~*-'-~Ij1 ~ t~(1'pit-'s in the fi-t.]
I:4 !M1Y

illt' in the sight of heaven, and if
:here is a God he will not hold us
u,liltless of thle bIruial treatment t of
tht-e who hla\ lcbeen confined within
their walls.
It has always; ben a marvel to us
that withi Christ's example of tender-
t:t-.- .-: a l compatssion, that aniong his
followers :he'r- should 1ie such a
thirst for brutality and blood.
I; l.oks as if to i bf t l)brui al is in-
slinclivc' \with iu-. \\'e seem to de-
li ht iin t .li rvTfilteienli of (cruelty.
Our devices for inflicting torture al-
llO" i- iimalkes 01oe shudder.
Oi( for ;hi- ((mnlini Is lpo.-Wlil i t!hati w iv shall ) 1 to to he
()ri* .. ;in!l l i who .w d ilown
;o s: .'is a;nd srol't ind wor11 1 hip idlol.,
to I; mt'" Mht l, -s(ns in l.umianiity?

and li.,wun',is". In :.-. ;;., ,,f lambasting
siuchli len(vol, Elks, wliy don't (rit" Lti IroIugili'ons
* !' :! a lit- t ;t. ; ; l> e w ail of

S, 1 ,, '.,+ .-':; I R ,.t {' t't:'" :- ..-.: ,,*u *, ,".* *"; i ;::;f,. ';'i;; 1 hlihin, prison 'ar- .
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fi- A .IIA.i, tl(I; div (e-ivt.t;s of these I.e'n THE SENATOR HERE
Sa i ,0. r, ,, .iI ,.I' ni ut of "' ,,' a i ,i O' ,ee ry-,a liv-'ng. l'.- ?:i 4, ,'.1 :' T .li:::. "..( ,
,, r, .... \.tke Chri' t- I ':l iI\i: s alnu "hi- wa\-(-5s. li.! :1,w. ,:t- ui':, ;; Z:.4 < fil:(!. a--

-,,, ,. ,. ,,, : -,ill ,,. fin~ i no w uh.:.,.v n will e na.i1 to tcol'rib- up ,] ,, ;. ,: ;.! : try reason
Sut, it- to ma'' lne .(-ssities and pleas- t,, li,>v. "ha;:t '., r-ipiroc:il ll,'a -1;,i
__....____ ltire.. an:. in the opinion of this newV- -, .as -enw.'d \:, 1i.itn ly it,. lr.i c,
\ :-. I0I., i o Ii 'l, il'' -,r wl P: 1. paper'. mian i will Vo on in his niarv !ous ii niit tr cof or-,;'; tiil,.r-,i.l,( t, ni
L .... ... -tern la i. ailt career uiin' all -i- h lat'ent forces o of ri of sUpp,): to Ilis i i.
,., e .,, ... -I,; .it)ia- o" 0 '1i- nDatnre are' consistiled. Then and then that ;t Ie !pn ,.te .d liliti Ti.' s;Ib-
.I '. -, \: iiark-e.--Flor- oIly will th* 0 end come. .tantial inte .-: f, l- in Tampa I1)
U*a l' t 1 *FL<**.I: Senator Taliaf' rro hlas beht n of muc:,ict
FLORIDATHE PLACE value to this cit':. in it growth and
4ii,,, '. ; Matihews of the rogrts. and that fact is appreciated.
i" H .' I S -.i's up nights "Nowhere- in this great country does He has lnt 'tha faile to risponii
,. \ ,, 1,- a Father. soil respond as spontaneously to the prompt1,- il.ly to an r ,q,,,
Tr., .- 'o .inIulit..'s dov. loped i intelligent touch of man as in Flor- hin r lclion1 on behalf of
S .... il. I x. ida." says the Florida Financial and thi ity ;i iny direti un .! .for any
.-- Industrial Record. "Not only does puro. Aai thy is probably true of
II, ..$. ..- .i:-t-.n or cont em- the soil respond spontaneously, but him in r-+elation to every locality in
p4,. 4 m.it. S'atdant. Oil. theo cot-'resp o nods':tonaForikrEa smthsbaoul th state lihe represents.
too .- %4talf .'.,.** -gnr 'ri.-t and ing husbandlman has the benefit of enaor his attention is -
. ,-. I n I. Sa., "'11 *. '-;,' busy. the finest and most healthful climate
ways on the aler: and his industry un-
- A i,,' V111-,',1 on earth, with plure air. pure water tiring. Without meaning to discrimi-
..- -... u and whoh, sone nioral environment.
S d and wholese moral environment. nalikt. it nuay be said that he is not a
,de* -s*t.; '. u ~here ue. "The tide of immigration that has
dress parade senator. t-e is not a flow-
o nm- '+ .. ,,s!: i an ana"0- for so uany years been turned to the
. ... .,1 ('ao;pany olc0nry speaker. but wh en it comes to
hi' 'a o ,>i . .. o .al oil- Florida. T. o,-sker, the transacting the business of his con-
Florida. Ti.e honm-secker, the farm-siultns h is anon, the most stic-
i" i as"w' ; r. as well as thf capitalist has co nie i
Si. -sful members of the liody to which
1. Ito realize That this wonderful land of- .
is t ,I ', ii ., \e predict, u'tin l h c h lon s an.d(, to which h. will 1(;
SI ,, i ters lhe -.a t1 st and purest place for .y of Ii..
., ** -.. tlo.1.1i11 in lh> I **urnei 1)\y ai gr-at miajorily of MIot
,i '- lasting andl abiunlant living of any in c l. --Ta
4. '. 1M:i.| o ton wo ].! a tppre0iat vt cupniL tuency.-Tar1pa1
I ,. h united States. 'An honest man .
.r*,, T*, '' W *11. : h" ? :r ht ,. T i es.
,hW,.11,:h, ih is the nob.est work of God' is not
nicmre true than that a Florida farmi The Question of Nativity
I t.. -',. ci., all my lif." says is the greatest inheritance of man. Fu( ida is entirely too young a state
J. Is k, i.. -t. 11.-' It is glorious "A man who has lived in Florida for the issue of nativity to be raised
.. ,. .rI, p.'" :,* ^*' Sir Thmas Lip- for many years, after sojouars of va- wh, n t(he' matter of distributing her
*ist I ,si'l I '.. r lte a cloak model rious lengths in numerous other parts political f-vors is being considered.
.A th. ,:.in,;- ,i, I.. l a sitateg favor- of tlie country. gives the following \Ve ough-t not to serve notice on the
l -a. Mar-",r.- Atiglin." O punk. advice: bright, the ambitious and the deserv-
h% ***.. 'h .,r," () osh. where is "'If you are still on the youthful ing, who might contemplate coming to
t* ,i, <,r \\; ashingIon (). C.) side of the line, my counsel would be the state that they will he discrimi-
It. r.Ia to provide for the declining years now. nared against because they are not
Seek the balmy ozone of the soughing native born. On the contrary, it
i,.. lta,,,b t-',r. palatial yacht. pines. mingled with the salty breezes should be as it is-that -the man who
tb. % ,,n.ua.;s.l atile, in the port at of the mighty deep, where long life is makes good and is honorable and de-
&4 w, %.Ill. .- : s;a.I. after a cruise assured and where peace and plenty sniari s may find in Florida due scope
V. \*-a, ItM, l .. :'*.-- It will be re- is part of your guarantee of title to for his legitimate ambitions. Nothing
li ,tr--. ,hat ,hi,. vt.-seI was report- the land.''" has a greater tendency to discourage
ad t., *-. al ..%-.k ago during the leiale tion tan the spirit
tr,- .e.ri, at 'hat t:me During the AN IMPORTANT DECISION etablnt in somigr station es which proclaimsrit
i urnahal a in he har-tates which proclaims
.u Great interest has been manifested that none but natives need apply. Let
for a week past in the final outcome us discourage any such spirit in Flor-
U'b,,,I f r,,. ,,>- his co ntoi of certain habeas corpnus nrnoceedin.c i,!a.-Lakeland News.

I** Ia a'' o rend ,-et hits cold cash
tr he ktl e bOe e r.ilrvi. away to a fellow
to amses, r t a ti. ls very muct. like
tbe frit' adti A, :e-.alle grower of
~t6i Ftr4da i t nay g? tthe market
ptw ow ho nima nest The south Flor-
O tri't.k ta, long since learned to
M af boialH. I has more money by
f t, It akei t'iv Indexe.

before the supreme court. The case
was brought here from Sumter coun-
ty. where Judge Bullock has commit-
ted to jail the wife of a man charged
with murder, who refused to testify
before the grand jury. The history
of the case, it seems, is that the wife
was the only eye witness of a double
homicide in which her father and
mother both met violent death at the

Hon. Joseph W. Folk of Missouri,
says it is the duty of democrats to
open a war on the oturageously high
protective tariff. With this issue
squarely and honestly made, Mr.
Folk says there would be a good show
for the democratic party to recover
lost ground, and, perhaps, win a splen-
did victory in the next presidential
election. Mr. Folk talks like a man

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is the trade.

)t '' mark which

i'j is found on

every bottle

of the genuine

Scott's Emulsion

the standard Cod Liver

Oil preparation of the

world. Nothing equals

it to build up the weak

and wasted bodies of

young and old.

Sendi I"c., name (ot aperr and this ad. fr
our 1thautiful Savings BBank tnd Chitd'3
Sketch-liook. Each bank c,.ntains a
Cd Luck Penny.

SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St., N.


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oil Monday. anfi: "i.. -
s< 'Ci'p ion t) !!, il I : :;i '.
year incid,:,:a ly :.: L'"!
was i i O\l w\ 'h tFi ', .I .: h '- '.
the I nin':d I r a p. :r ia t. -

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lthe ('>i!,ifi ihat a ;i'on r i ai;u (.i!; (1o
: :itt.: in Florid;i th.;n iany It f :I:,, : Ir'-
t.-,;! stnr.* t' 'n*t ,, visit 1d. a;nl-th, :-,
i,. lil. e (;,rc r ia. So'nh and, Nor Ui :.r-
olira. lI'ntIrcly. .,ississipi. iLoui.i-
*inE. Arka. ]a. i a l, T,'xa-.
3'r. CIIilb et.itii a. <.(, .:< L;I I :o
wvrite anl arti!cl' for t,, a, ner. ui' ;i2
lhis expii;-nee in Florida. :ii:.l illing
Why h- 'hinks it so alniiralilyv "i<1'"tl '.
.'jr tie pnor !.,!A.
t--i ,tat.v..Zt,,d

Major G(eorg,' Nai-l'. of tL. I'lorida
-tale troops. wina feeling in e'xce'.lnt
.rood humor \v it a lre'port o1 f '( is
lapler ;,-0 ; hilm lo;It-y ol'rnih As.k-
ing him why his tif: wa.s so \!-.2,; hi' 1
in S;:!;l s. hin' r ili ., I sa: inl-; iillt
a co)l',ri-d WOlihii was jilust i his 5storei-
and said that sLhe \- ('win: hi\mv a
Aill anil wanted to) pa. it. lie l),ih-'
,\Vt"r his hooks aI: \,i-a; nildl t, :
!.er nainm She said lthat it t
hack stveral years. So Ihe !>r's".t-d
tlh- spider webs fof!n hiis od l ols
of the lon1g ago. antl foiil her nan'l t'
on his boohis for seven dollar,. d(t- ,
ing back four;leln ytearl, and sh' sai,
that was the lio ie and the ;l;lo!ll. '
and she wanted to pay it. Sh ,,,,id4
so and went away happy. Major Nash
is conVilicedi that those ',ooil iimts ,
ccning" have reached us. He is keep-
ing his old books close to his desk. ,
and hopes that lightning will conti: -
ue to strike in the same place. To
collect an old hill like that is like find-
ing money in a ship's track.

George Mathews, editor of the Bar-
tow Record, has decided to begin the
publication of a paper at Tarpon
Springs. The necessary supply has
been purchased. Mr. Mathews ex-
pects to divide time between both
Bartow and Tarpon Springs. Mr.
Mathehws returned from the west
coast section the past week and spent
several hours in Tampa.-Tamnipa
Tribune. Mr. Mathews is a former
Ocala citizen ,and his friends here are
delighted to know that he is meeting
with so much success that he is broad-
ening his field of labors.


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Wilton Seamless Art Squares-All in
the latest designs, all sizes, $40 to
Axminister Art Squares-In mr.ny
pretty designs. $20 to $35.
Wool Fibre and Fibre Art SquLares-
Only $12.
Imperial Smyrna Art Squares-$22 tc
$45. (We are Oca'a agents for
these godss.

Jwte Art Square*.-E'Z c2. I I
C.,ttofl and Wc i Ar'?'Ieas'd

Ten Wore Tappet-I 0*'-ua..
Sqtuares $"41 to V''
Ail Wo'I (a.rar'le D*uefte
S-juares-S3 to $14
japar.e%e Mat* mg A,# 5i'u&a'e-.
SmzlI Rugs to n'-at 0, a 0'ROno

Dinner Sets in all c.; !K L9a-c'-

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Ti: :.ar r-- ahlIia:U a i--

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Are Best and Cheapest, But Whv Fer-

tilize Citrus Trees in the Fall.

We have published a booklet t.-]li, ft.
FERTILIZING. under the title. W\VHY VIhIt i. ,< / i I'
IN THE FALL. It is prepared with th.., .. .
all our publications, and will proit. (of it,- .
fit to many. Our booklets are all free.,
Write us for prices of our lDI:A1. FrlTI '7 Ti--
as good" as any but thor best that a;in ,* 1 .t. t : .
you TRUIE QU'ALITY we can sav,. yoflu r,,o,.

Call on our local agent, Martin & Car,. or aJdr,,


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000 $1s0000 $10,000 $10,000 10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000

$10,000 $10,000 $1$000 $A *a
$10,000 $o10,000 $0 10 0 su $AO g


10,0 $1000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,0(0 $10,000
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Substantial Christmas Gifts.

Our Gift to the People is Ten Thousand Dollars.

A ( See Plan of Distribution.)
OurpriceSrM at least 20 per cent less than the ordinary store is asking. We propose to give you gs
an we MauI 10 per cenL Figure this out, then come look us over and we will convince you that
Swe Make Good on the proposon as we have always made good on every proposition we make.
dk .4d%9% %__

$10,OOO.OO To Be Given
Away I


We will have this advertisement, calling attention to our large and elegant stock of Furniture, in the daily anmd
wtis y papers every week from now till Christmas, having a circulation of 2,500 each week. Each advertitwment of
ths series is worth.$100, and as this advertisement will appear four times, the grand total of 10,000 advertiseinenta
afh one of which is redeemable at our store at $1.00 each. which will amount to $10,000 if all advertisement% are
preMnted for redemption.
We propose to redeem these advertisements in the following manner:- On all cash purchases of $1() or more, we
will accept one advertisement as $1.00 Cash. On all cash purchases of 820 or more, we will accept two advertisenxt(t.
ua $2.00 Cash, and so on, based on amount of cash purchase made.
Remember, each and every one of the 10,000 advertisements published by us in this series, and bearing the
folIowing surrender certificate, is worth $1.00 each.
No advertisements will be redeemed after midnight, December 31st, 1909.
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Ocala Furniture Company,




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o,0 1 $1ioooo000 $10,000 o0.0 i.0 10. 0 $10 $a 10,000 $10.000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,wo0 $10,000 *10,000 $11 000
$10,0 $10,000 $10,000 O,0.0C0 .C.OC C .202 $ 0 0,n200 $6,00 I10,0CO0 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $190m0 *-

S--.,(C $10,000 $10,C00
$.,Xo $10,000 $10,000

,tolo0o o10,ow0 iu,o $ 100 $Oou 4,0,0 $10,000 $0,000 $10,000 $10,000
$10,000 $10$000 10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $1o-o $10,000 $10,000 $10,00 $10l00 0t000 1,000

$440o $10,0 eo "

CROP CONDITIONS IN MARION L~ groxv~r~ an~l shippers are: E. R.

CROP CONDITIONS IN MARION he trow,.s and shippers are: E. R.
Atlkin.-ii. C. B. Howeil.. C. \V Beal,
The New Y('l P.,cl:.r has secured L. Cox. L. F. T.uton. Sam Slac'k. E.
tt.. fol'owi.. %. tS rela:le :o (''c)' P. Tjxwnsend an: C. S. Rollins.
arma.i..I Ocala anrx in various secriicns Suaimm..r'field. Fia.-On account of
fcn:.ch lar. bleinz s4)lIl here truck
of Marion cou:.t-
othon A light cr0 ofrops are gradually btitng incrctased.
n ; Thele i a new hotel to b,- erected
cairaloupes .: mnelms i.- Xl-ecte'l t- with-n the next two months.
Shetr. I..* c-..;;:..- s uas. compared will be shil ip-d in December
Slast '-a:- Prg fo'r :he ra- .nd the sprin- crops will consist
s thea the groxtr'. did not do very ato. aloues and
ah las-.crop. Itof ll'aiot s. (-ifltlaloupts and
wel. financially v,,h "he las; crop. Itlone. T llowing ar. the
wa trnwh, u.s. The following art ht,-
is xp,.t' .l i.,v. th':at hl cantalour~t- ^.t rs h,., : N. Mayo. .. W Willis.
c ,..age wiil ai.oun::t 10 ; "- ,,s and is. .S Di!.ard. .M. W. Wright. W. F. .Me-
(,f a.tern.,lors 13,* IT' 260'. W\.itc. A. !. Blackman. J. Taylor.
Of \egt:al.l,'- the .,' will be ... J. F. Ric s --o .. Jane
a ,.-- in tiom'ot.- ;Vnl : "' to 50Ai acre' . u Moody. P. P. iPb.1 kw. 11.
it. beans and (a '.,-. Cabbage will N. C. .iack -on and T. II. S-a:non.
lI .eady for shitpmtnt the latter part nne. Fla.-There are a goo
of February. The cabbage crop is ex- Lynne. Fla.--Thre are a goo l
Pw.jred to be ablout :. per cent. light- Iny oranges grown here t ut on ac-
er than last year. Tomatoes. canta-, cont of the distancee to the railroad
lo ,:es and watermelons will be ready but fw hippd.William Deas.
.-. o 1E. O. Cordrey and .J. A. Reynolds are

mltiet l tier par,' -,I ..-.-I
J. D. Baskin has ab)oulit 25"0) boxes
of oranges and grapefruit at Largo.
wlactb he would lii:e to sell.
.Anone the other growers and ship-
prt, are- the following: T. A. Lamb. F.
WV Bishop. Jamn-s Roberson. C. R.
Hill. J. R. Wilder. J. M. Hillman. L.
L. Priest. D. W. Shealey, T. C. Jones.
J. C. Baskin. F. XV. Ellison and WV. G.
Ocala. Fla.-On account of the re-
cent dry weather the shipping of fall
and early winter vegetables from this
point is lighter than usual. A good
acreage. however, for spring shipment
is expected. Among the vegetable
growers and shippers here are the fol-
lowing: R. J. Brown. J. D. McDuffy. G.
T. Lddon. Martin & Cam. Hal C.
Woolford. J. N. Wiggins. C. H. Matbis.
C. B. Strickland. R. L. Martin. J.
1I. Meffert. G. D. Hogan. T. E. Con-
way. W Hall. D. D. Cymon. J. C.
Boozer and W. D. Cam.
Santos. Fla.-Tomatoes. beans. can-
taloupes and watermelons are the
principal crops shipped from here.
Among the growers are S. F. Johnson.
M- u Burrell. Tony May. T. M. Max-

growers hert.
Electra. Fla.-G. W. LBriant. J. H-
Hallford and DP. B. Stebelton are or-
ange rowers here.
Kendrick. Fla.-Here and at Zuber
there will be a large acreage the co;n-
ing season in tomatoes, watermelons
and cantaloupes. A. A. Olin. Ken-
drick. is a large shipper of melons.
Belleview. Fla.-Rain is badly need-
ed here. The principal crops grown
are beans, tomatoes, watermelons and
cantaloupes. If rain comes soon L.
Wethe will have eggplants for ship-
ment. Alexander Warmack. 0. M.
Gale and C. Bradford are also grow-

Miss Aya Tok-edo of Tokio. Japan. The sale. )December 2. of a New
will sail for America about January York Stock Exchange s,,-t at $94.,0i)i
1ha firs:. and will enter Brenau Col- was within $1,,") of highest figure
le'ge at (;ainesville. Ga. She has 'er quoted. !n 1":1; and l1 ,F5 there
i'* '-y the I'tr, nani Young Woman's Chris- :1.907. at th.e tine of the panic, a sale

,"ia. AS s-Ofiati'on to a .Japanese girl.
TI-', scholarship includes thit expenses
i tl *,. s:r,.i:" : a per 'iod of three
A sprained ;.akle will usually disa-
.!,t I :e illnj:ur-.i ''erson foI I 'hr0e or
;our \v.ek. Tifts is is du ;> lack 01
p loper t: t; .- ;.,';,t \\'hf t .'haifl. l )er-
l il s Lii;i*,.nr i.s applied a
:t will fill 1, f t 11( in i ll h .- or four
y.'. T.:;- 1:.n:...int is oni- o0f il:- h st
L,.i .1 o-' i,: : .;i ia le Il' ara'iouns i:i
use. Sold by all dealers., m
Notwiths.andin,; the increase in the
sale of automobiles. the prices of
uille dare higher than ever before.
No:'hing will take the place, of the
-nigger and the mule."

Rich Men's Gifts Are Poor
beside this: "*I want to go on record
as saying that I regard Electric Bit-
ters as one of the greatest gifts that
God has made to woman." writes Mrs.
0. RLiiievault. of Vestal Center. N. Y.
"I can never forget what it has done
for me." This glorious medicine gives
a woman buoyant spirits. vigor of
body and jubilant health. It quickly:
cures nervousness, sleeplessness, mel-
ancholy, headache, backache, fainting
and dizzy spells: soon builds up the
weak. ailing and sickly. Try them;
50 cents, at Tydings & Co. in
We are inclined to think that heav-
en will be given to those who are try-

ers here. ing to make a heaven on this earth.
Reddick. Fla.-Among the fruit and
vegetable growers and shippers here Looking One's Best
are L. S. Light. M. P. Billingsley. J. It's a woman's delight to look her
W. Williams. A. F. Boyd. H. P. B;l- best. but pimples. skin eruptions.
lingsley. Green Rutland. Devore and sores and boils rob her of joy. Lis-
Young. S. C. Mayo and W. H. Sher- ten: Bucklens Arnica Salve cures
Young. lhieni: makes the skin soft and vel-
ouse. vety. It glorifies the face. Cures
Lowell. Fla.-Among the fruit andi pimples, sore eyes. cold sores, crack-
vegetable growers and shippers here ed lips, chapped hands. Try it. In-
etfallible for piles. 25c. at Tydings &
are J. P. Whitehurst, 0. G. Johnson. Co. i
W. M. Shockley. WV. W. Selling. J.|
A Wnt-o .c SF v Rou and Henry Scott. When a man is a success he claims

was reoais;'erfEd at $51.')l". Since tlwn
there has been a steady appreciation.
Last year i..,. was the highest

If you" aie suffering from hiliouis-
ni ss. (*oiLstipi:' )ii. indli,'w ic h4'il; '!r'. ;.VI.(t onI <'r!t1'1" ;f i p,--
lal c .ird. .-n, to <'h.in!t-rl din MA-li-
cet' ('0.. a's MOinoilts. lo(v.a. 'vih yo I r
noni" ;nd( a,'idr.'-s l;i.inly on the lack,.
and t ht.y will forward yo; :: fre.-
sanmple ,if ('han.B,.rla',,'s S'omaih '.1:tnd
iiv\er Tald;,,:s. Sold by all dealers. mi
It is estimated that $2\.w')mi,i)i has
been txpendeld this year in railroad
construction in western Canada, an,!
.2'>.' 111'1,- '', in supplies annd .itt'rials.
Next vear'.s xlendittlres of Ithl t't'
l-ading railroads in \Va-[i ( aalda
are (-stim atied at $%.-,. >t,, .

Stung for 15 -'cars
by indigestion p-i,,--trying minany
doors and $S,,i worth of medicine in
vain. B. F. :AyscuIe of Ingl,,side. N. C..
at last us-l Dr. Kin zs New l.ife, Pills..
and writes that the-v wholly c''toed
;him. They IcurI, c'nm tipation., tiliouis-
ness, sick headache. stomach. liver.
kidney and !,ow l troubles. 2.5c. a,
Tydings & Co. n
San Franci.'io su.scri bed Irr'e
than one hundred thousand dollars for
securing tl ipriz'- fight be'woen .Jet'-
fries and Johnson.
Alone in Sawmill at Midnight
'nmnindful of dan:.,r.-s. drafts.
storms or ctl I. \V. .. Atins worked as
night war'hnani at Irunn-r Springs.-
Tenri. Su h 'exI)posuir' -av*. him a se-
vert cold ,hau s,,tlted on his lungs. A'
last he had to give up work. He tried
many erne,!ies. hut all failed till he
used Dr. Kin5.'s New Discovery. "Af-1
ter using one bottle." he writes. "i1
went back to work, as well as ever."
Severe colds, stubborn coughsn inlam-
ed throats and sore lungs. h-imnorrhav-
es. croup and whooping cough get
quick relief and pronimp cure from this

McMillan Bros.

Southern Copper Works

ManutacturersE of Turpentine S1ill

and General Metal Workers.

)Ol.d Stiis taken in 'ex,:hani.o- r,,r n.*w *on t'-- a:, hng
through the country v speiaity 'lrt.-r nI o **.
wire will receive proiD)it at'te til I .t"0 *.t h,.r th,-
follc"'ing works*


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During December only. %%. pf T. !q :#,* 1. 9)..
at 7he prices' statcqj. In ,ordpr' .',. '.-
S1ra..' outt icnst sent I this arivertisemert". .1
-'t Pay "'Dy Rye. I QuanCongurir P..h.
r Sor-C~avCorn. Applo or Coanvic Ike",
rt C-3nturv Gin, r Cocktails I cquartA puicot. Kock a" liveso.
,ft Ce~ntury Malt. roach an 4 konov
5Quarts, $ LEM0 Express Prepaid.

Assortment No. 2

uai udi G l- or .'.
a(IUtart 4'.: I cf;O.hma a Id i 1
IQuart C(1Il's .1Ai(pr it tHt ~~Ix a 'h a&DJ

6 Quarts, $4.25, Express Prepaed
Mak-e your tel, ction of as nmarr ;'ar' ,f **' a h kla
as yo01 desire Qt:art- .'. q(art $, 2&
Expr.s.' Pr#-pal..
No marks irn package to, ndira'.- ,Ent. nt
Try us and if you are not sa:ifl-d in *-T -r pertkrl.
Wlar after you receive the wgxs. 'nd th.e-i t-r iea
your money 'Will be r"uirnr..d immldin,'-l" YIOu 'ash
no chances. We *A .-nlv run all th.- rsak
t'nderstan'1: An order %enr to iit n'h tbev nwmSy
is simply a request !o s-n.il ,oii the vtwis for approfv.
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Ocala. Fla.............. ,-
This is to ce-rtif- th;.t I have this ,nI:v r.iv, *-. th(e
Ocala Furniture c, D!Lr (^l.'in valu-1.r tir'. ur-
render of this ad\vrtii.-:ne:.:.
Signed: .........................
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-- DEPARTMENT Mrs. G. K. Robinson's Father Dead
A rIMMA I (Coatinued from last week's paper. A telegrani was receivdl in Ocala
Saturday m O rniii n a n. no uncin tli
Bkdfore leaving Hillsborough county Be sure to har Mrs. Armor, the wo- at da roI s o le t
anwe and MisS a fe pleasant days were spntin the i ho carri ,, Georgia dry. She his horne in Providence. Rho-. MIslantl.
a ti coittiCs beautlifual new hornme of Mr. and Mr-s. ill sieak at l,. ., Bal;iist church Tues- I, Friday afternoon
"M l4.) David Read. in a suburb of Tampa. dau evening 1)..,.mtbr n th. "1 Sales was Ii fat,. it ti.
Mr. Read is president of th ir civty un- II'-"l. RoliinsI hi it.
S, e K. Rohinson of this I V -TNG OF T on, ar.i on hel and his bri. are- ac-- WHY THE SALOON MUST GO ,Is with hiI wh.-.n 1,1. h;ti.-
CLU tive nme l.m'e~-rs oIf the societies in th-" o i 'o i.i* ' '
ofc--- the Ta.p a -ei : ,,, Posb'tei-a'..In ,h K. a i' i i' I i .
g g M L Bt ttii v. We, : l ) :n ..- M r-. C C W ilsk y i fo r ,. .;, (- , i, , ,... l" !. . .

E.; W w t he c a; :m.-1 !: !. ,i ..-r ,ork ior >h. C!..:- , : .. ,h,, ) : .. -: "
g ll t M a fy r : : lh, .,, n : T T; .: : 1 , : ,i ; T . ,. :. i r . ":,: . '-,).t

*69.r Trasurr Roh comi atothe nizidI '

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r r- '... ...." Mr. ",has. up .ro DeLan'- .31. anMr. L i:. m, i. .. .b.. l, -.
S-- :" .", .*- ,t-., k;inln. i,-ying w ii him the progressive a:in. o' "- h'.5 tl- l'... i.. :.'h' . i '::. 1.
u,,i 0 o I ,,:'s .p h re o f S, P etersbu,- g \l -s .. -. . i I.. ii- i: i i : i .. .. .' , 'i I' -
astm ::,!i *- l ofn oi.,! :,. ,- 0' : -: '
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>"" r r. p. I 'he st digtanding com- ilrrrers-n t n stat ti.,, : ',,i ,. ' 2. .
' .r. '-a., s yo the chairmen of in iix suindit ,

^ and- t e treasurer's a .1ng t- anl Osceola district a Pnesi-,thei-.h ", '. ; .... i a,, ,l 0 i,..r i .. :, .... .,:, .
,r' <% 5lPoI r.ad. All of the re- dent. re-elected. A valued visitor was with yorns. If h -'l. the goo d or .
w-. ][lle x i" T .au* l t rN;.)"

S. hha i... Ocala rWoman' Mr. Ronald Muirhead., an ex-stare ffi- evil that: h.- al7, has ,a '.),on I.
. d .' ion', 'th, spl.e-ndi work cer. now loca'-d in Thh' celery y a'lusi- ,You, m lh,. "zi1* 1.- able r thlt i,' IL S L I !:'h -'a-
..tA. ,a .,l.. -o,.) o i esr at Sanfo. bor away .d. no h: T a :- '
i,'V. [ r.h .

- il 5IIl''* i ''AIi .; ,i I i .'L* t year. ti i
th flu', ast *.u'(*
Mrs C 1. ni'tt;nie r. 'hi- d,-lega'e to
t w stat.- r4i\l hien a' Palatka. r--ad
a wr*T) 'l.'tn I I' 1 tport of the conven-
Sn shich t:e- izr-.tly r enjoyedd by

The Red Cross Stamps
Th.* in man t lutb will soon have
~ -sal* 'h* R.-t Cross stamps. The
Iads ras-wl fromni 'he sale of these
laasap. i- l,, 'h, purpose of fighting
S" 'whi. plagurt." and the money
Wia. t i tUi cr-y will go towards
bei" 'b-. caute. .specially in this
elate If ~ hopi-, that not a letter
WIl go through the mails during the
so!t few %e-kit which does not bear
thie l "anl'y wit*nes that a contribution
is tlb fund has been made.
Alrsedy forty-'ight millions of these
Mebs has. bl n aold throughout the
-m-try Tb-r.- are *.os..<. club wo-
we to t h. limited States. all working
Ir this great cause. which makes it
am crtain that the bales will be
g tl-y to xress of those of last
por There was never a nobler
Game them that for which these lit-
Orsaps are issued. It is not ne-
emery to dwell upon the sorrow and
d~mIeaa. th veritable harvest of
4dthk wkhi is caused each year by
-_-- -Is. But science has made
m aweiderfal strides during the
ao- fr yars. aid It is now well
ba T that omesumptiona is curable
M propatahble Florida now owns
a ta eratests manitarlum at Narcoo-
a-. hrbh is steadily improving, and
Or prerd4vs ,f The Christmas stamp
O Dwill me doubt he used for the bet-
Iom sat of this lastintiuon.
TUa year the stamps used in Flor-
S~aissed at bearing the red cross.
00be adermed with oranges and or-
ke osmom. Mrs. C. C. Todd will
hab. charge of the sales here and she
W be asisted by a number of young
b ae. who will he stationed at sev-
S-Il plece In the business. part of the
0ly I' ia hope-.l that the sale in
Onrls will be .-n larger than that
Ef lest '* 1, t

P'W*h* 'c 'n.*fit of any member's

office of district treasurer.
After Orlan,!o. three ,lays were
spent in Winter Park. guest of -lMrs.
May Denning and her son, the mayor
of their town. Mrs. Donning is Junior
leader for Winter Park. also re-ele't .1I
in that capacity for the district. T.ie
stay here passed rapiIdly in confer-
enc-?s on mutual work. borrowing a
typewriter to use one day and in a de-
lightful drive through the shady av-
enues of the Rollins College town.
It took most of a dlay to go the real-
ly few miles between Sanford and
Eustis, but railroad riding is never
tire:iome to us. fortunately.
The convention in Eustis was not
largely attended. Miss Marion Dun-
capn he Junior superintendent for Ta-
varn's and her district, aided effectual-
ly by Mr. C. H. Newell. the children's
leader in the entertaining, of the
Presbyterian church, held a Junior
rall:v that was a success. Miss Dun-
can had brought over from Tavaies
her society members, and their exe--
cises and those of the Eustis Juniors
were indeed good. In Eustis we were
entertained by Dr. and Mrs. McKee.
active church workers. A happy
memory of this convention is the auto
rides kindly furnished by Mr. Ray
So(th Lake Weir came next, as the
guett of Mrs. Alice Reed and Mr. and
Mrs. Upham, at Pleasant Hills estate.
There were services at the Weirsdale
Presbyterian church on November 14,
where a Young People's Endeavor so-
ciet:r has recently been organized.
Mr. P. M. Oleson is its president, and
Souith Lake Weir Endeavorers, at
least for a while, will give their sup-
port to the Weirsdale society, not
holding meetings at home.
The last of fourteen places visited
was Ocala. in the home of a friend
sine,? childhood, Mrs. John Hopkins.
on Osceola street. No Sunday was
spent here. so no Junior Endeavorers
could be met in their meeting, but the
pastor's wife, their superintendent.
Mrs. W. H. Coleman. called on us and
gave+ pleasant tidings of work being
carried on faithfully, not only by the
children Endeavorers of the Christian,
church in Ocala. but likewise in other

'rIul. for noi!t !i;r !;,',* n specilly:
kind tO s, :i.. f ti s 1 ys,,i- likt'
i':.::." of o'-I. h;'- T ;i.ketn a di'nk )e -

::o' I hava li : '. an:,' ra I:n ; ,pp:r-
,'eTly 'Atvhpou' :,'*. ,vili t',,ct on your-
selves: 'Ut hi;o*\ manIy are 'h !i'I- soi
('on--'i ,t1u t YIit t h, v" ('.ia ,!o this, a ll1
you An1 11ha s, l V 'recks s:r'ew,,l
all along ou1.r papthway. of niiI-n \\ iio
shoulI h'l'e 1'1.-1i a).,)d citizens, b1).'
los' to tLi- l":ink habit, finally ;ec-auni-
a !i;rd,-n upon i h" i ifibli(., or wI-r.
lost in ;hi- pa ipr'rs gra''e.
"'Now wV ail o,.- on- another sonmi-
thing. It seems to me that yo'i and I
coull ,gt along very nicely withou-t
that drink that we ha-ve taken occa-
sionally. in orier to h-el) the poor
fellow who "It may be that you are the father
of a boy. and your one thought andl
your one hope is that he will grow up
to be a useful citizen and leave no
stain upon the name you love so well.
I want you to consider his chances.
You and I know that they will be bet-
ter, that the element of risk will be
minimized in his favor if the saloon
is removed.
"It may be that you are the father
of a daughter, the apple of your eye.
Your hope is that when she grows
into womanhood she will find some
true man for a husband, and the great
cares of life which every woman must
undertake will be lightened by a hap-
py home. I want you to consider her
chances before you vote on this ques-
tion. and I am sure you will come to
the conclusion that her chances in
the choice of a partner for life will
be better with the saloon removed.
for you and I know and have seen
hundreds of young men, bright and in-
telligent. with a lovable disposition-
men who would have made good citi-
zens and fathers, become outcasts in
the world through the drink habit.
"Do not measure this question by
dollars and cents, for standard of
citizenship cannot be measured by
the dollar mark.
"The government makes it a crime.
a penitentiary offense to sell or to
give the Indian whiskey; yet there is
a great number of white men who are I

w. U..r. rift .' .'--n,' aT 'le .Novet'- churches of that denomination in "had Indians- when under the influ-
fher m.iltnr *. ar,- r.w,-sted ot anl- Florida. We wish other churches *'nue of intoxicating liquor.
sc,-r that theu regular husin.ss woueid in like manner appoint organiz- -The people of Idaho spend more
* n, of ,h, erth Prriuda in ,'a h i.ionth. hecin- nior Endeavor. beer than it costs themNi for all the
1f in Jat:um:r; On all othe-r Fri-I In Ocala. Tampa. Orlando. St. P,-:- br.-ad ald :at h-y eat and clothes
d e h. h :.'' i.ins ar.- open fT.-ni! T ts',urg and E-;:siis we met active Tha: t h,.v weai. Thes-e ari' appalling
2 t. p N >d '* 0 in ,hare. of '-.v. lead rs in the Sta'e Allen C. E-. I.01- ti iures. Hu' it is iru-i uev-rth,.less.
fbc --,-,,. h,. .J1l s,'>rv'e t .- and I u, rnion. who rold of pro-ress in i "' hil,, I \als a ')v'* nor of this state
ml*.lthh.-: 01 <4ak. A!I club neno- htih divisi( n of Christian Enleavor I in v,1stiaet0, v.-y Thorounhly htle
SP V .v t 4 rin. fri -Is. in Flo ita. c<,mditionS of oIll I' piiiiten,.iary and outr
ar n m .i .* ',., l.nt :s.< M.aiy as si n-j ..iLt-r n.-a.rly .iglht weei ks' absence.1Two e syViin i:. To mln -..ro ihn.'nt
l*ow frti.td ', 1 i-n% i noIie it,,C 1i hVhon. e was reach,.d Novemilbr 2''th. I fouInl ha iully v, p.r ct-nt. of 'he
..., ,r ,,.'ial cha.irrnp.it in ,.l. rhar-kful to God for his cart 'luring ini:ate- of tho-e institutions were
this long journey. Th re -fromn the direct or inlirect cause
Th. i.tr..,hu,..n.- w,!l !,. 1', (, nts, GRACE A. TOWNSEND o)f strong lirink.
r .**-h i-ron l.--sirin th,,m. b:ut Interlachen. December 2. 19-19. "Measu:re. ift yo)i ple.ase. te great
t. n-.Ynbr.. at- urged to feel per- ost of your criminal courts: your
#art frv.* In usiing tlh rooms---ven Mr.,ny p. rsons find themselves af-l penitentiaries. your asylums and your
I th y do not care for refreshments. fected with a persistent cough after poor houses, the burial of paupers,
ul WemaB's Exchange. under the an attack of influenza. As this cough and ou will fin tha it costs you very
M A mP -n of of Miss Annie Da- can be prompltlyv cured by the use of,1' yu ou m ver.
artm-nt of Miss, Annie LDa- Chanmberlain's Cough Remedy,. it much more than every dollar you get
a. wi l opln each Friday after- should not be allowed to run on until in revenue from the saloons.
0MI. a-4d thre is a display of various it btwcomes troublesome. Sold by all' "It seems to me, fellow citizens, that
b-'- of handwork. and orders will dealers. m this question is a very simple one.
Stk for makes candies, salad th orid, Pu "You might say that the law can-
dmiG. beateN biscuits. etc. Every In the growth of Florida, Putnam not be enforced: that we canont pro-
- le inited to visit the ex- county is making an admirable show- hibit the use of strong drink. and It is
-W., whether a club member or ing. Among the prominent thingstrue that no law is strong ger than the
. The prer4ds of refreshments enunterated instancing her growth is public sentimento that is behind it
............... public sentiment *that is behind it:*

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ois-- whLand is vr pleasantly-!ir-. h:.-
over. as l-' ]'ving visiT ~-e in Ocala ef '
AO times, 1- will e,, in ,st hr cous ins. t
Miv hiss Margart anr ia; sa riTalor

.Miss .nii l.anid an, .l r. Thomas
)'B '':"ry \ i!l 1,, riarri..,l on h'.... ev-n-
in-r of D c-fm',. t r rThi fo,) irt,>,iirh at :110'
hom- of the bride at Kinston. N. C.
Miss L.andl is very 1)l(asantly rm'n,-ni-,
ed hero, having visit).,I in Ocala sev.r-
al times as the gu'.st of h,,r cousins.
Misses .11argaret anel M1aime Taylor
and the Misses Mayo. Invitations
wert' received this w-ek to hlir woel-)i
ding by her Ocala relativ-s an-lI
friends. 9

Dr. and IMrs. Van H. Gwynn of
Brooksville. who have been spending
the past four months with relatives
and friends in Kentucky, West Virgin-
ia. Ohio and Washington. D. C., pass-
ed through Ocala Saturday morning
on their way home. Mrs. Gwynn was
formerly Miss Margaret H. T. String-

Mr. W. L. Hane. who has been with
his mother visiting in Michigan, is
back, and will resume his old place
with Mr. T. W. Troxler.

Informal Bridge for Miss Gray
Complimentary to Miss Clara Gray
of St. Petersburg. Miss Annie Davis
gave a delightful little rwo-table
bridge Saturday night.
The eight players spent the jolliest
kind of an evening together, and the
game of bridge was a thoroughly
pleasant one. After the game a deli-
cious chafing dish supper was enjoyed.
While one of the smaller parties of
the week. this compliment to Miss
Gray was one of the prettiest of the
week. The eight players were Miss
Gray. Miss Pauline Sullivan. Miss Al-
ice Bullock. Messrs. O. B. Howse. W.
D. Taylor, .. H. Bell. Dr. C. B. Ayer
and the hostoes-

The peculiar properties of Chanmber-
lain's Cough Remedy have been tihor-1
roughly tested ,!urin l ,,pidemics of in-1
fluenza. and wh--n it was taken in time
we have not htar:I :of a si-le case of
pneumonia. Sol, by all dealers. In


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A I)arty composed of ,Mrs. E. 'P.
Rentz. Mr. .litii R-nz. Miss--s Martha -
Kate and Loui-set R-nz. .Mrs. f. H
More anld Mr. El Tuick-er -' dro 'vtn lowT D i rr
to I.eesburZg Satnrday morning in Mr. I.R I | J
Rentz's car. They spent the day at D I
Mr. Mote's orange grove-. which is one, j \N I .
of the lin-est anl] pretti.-st groves in i
the state. They card a ifulasets Burial Robes Flow r Et
lunch, which was enjoyeil in regular uril Robes, flowe. Et c
picnic fashion out in the grove. The- C
party, returned to Ocala about dark.; Special attention given to p''paring
after having spent a most delightful Calls answered promptly day or ni ght.

by local applications, as they cannot SM ITH &- RO- I
reach the seat of the disease, and in I

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o "100 beartw being a fatal acci-
r Tuesday fatalorenoon acci- The little ones are now busy dictat-
p t littl car y forenoon to ing letters to Santa Claus.
thD "tYt little ear belonging to Mr.
M MI*A. -awl. and inwhich were Mr. C. E. Melton was down from
O H. rtch. s tat. prison physi- Citra yesterday in his White auto.
gift aad Maa,,r of thb- Commercial
0r.d Mr John T. Lewis and Mr. Ed- There is now telephone connection
ianiri tga a,-d.m ate prison inspect- between Ocala and the new town of
or. an.j the chauffeur. Burbank.
Th-.- Koli,.t-ni were returning The horse and mule business con-
S 'z l. just beyond Sil- horse ad mule business n
r irhnig ". Where tbey had been in- tinues good. despite the daily arrival,
aIK"'i t bh.- n-v stockade erected for of new automobiles.
lbe p'r istIation of theB state and mile city council at its last meeting
om thi. pse of tWhe pring two miles refused to grant the selling of meats
q tbhi side of the springs the car outside the city m
was turned out of the road to give out th market builin
wa) for a Iwaing1 vehicle. and in :Tr. Samuel V. Petteway or Dunnel-
trk. -a th.n -t f.*ring wheels got Ion. one of our large turpentine oper-
tok..1L and *h.- car turned turitl, ators.. was a Wednesday vi.-itor.
.ainst ih. -cupants iolently to
lth- ,K5rund M-r,. B. S. Weathers came tip X\Ved-
It: I;iirch na- L.itit.d inu,.d r thet- car ne:(iay from lTampa. and-is the guest'
aaSI r*.t.ai,., IL .. worse' injuries. I a l.ta.; ,i.( ,of hi.- hands hurt andl fa:aiiy.
' fat t-oni it Mi Fitze.-ral.|,- Iack was -liht- '*. F. J. O'Hara. the well known'
I lith t ,-d ai'd a tpii-(-e of flesh as ttrpenii o'-erator and inmminizra:ion
tti*. ,flf hisi cbin anfl his de-rbv hat pro ioter. was among our Ii-tiiiguish-:
nih.l. It Th.- uaharmt*d
Qui:e a nunl)b-r of citiztes from th.e
Mr D W,, DI is's car happened to near-,by cities were in town Tuesdav
Ih IWtinhia:'ly bWhind the Rawls car niglt. an.1 were 4lelighte,! with Mrs..
aid fortunatfl- was empty, and the ran ration.
ude mn ,r > in it a Ar:ior s temperance oration.
ounid-.!in m-n -re. placed in it. and
hur-i-dly brought to the city. The Clerk Henry Sistrunk has prepared
Do-%- spread quickly and great ex- a list of the registered voters of the
(lellet*-1 prevailed. city-those who have and :hose who
li Bltbch was taken to the Ocala have not paid their poll tax-.-.
Hlon,.-- anil li\h\icians -were ,, c-u,,, .

.. ..... v. e - . Al.uon-
d f Hit wat and still is suffering
mi li ia nh.-ry. hut ;he extent of his in-
jnti-9. at- not yet known.
It mill 1wt- remembered that the doc-
tot t, h.adl% shot in the thigh some
.*.-a,' ago. which nearly proved fatal.
and ihl- injuries he received Tuesday
ri,-t.-n-.i thl(-t old wounds, and caus-
-d ,1.- r-uifforinigs to be very acute and

T:,. <* t' rTurne.i car was soon righ:-
-d : t:d %a abled to proceed on its
Ill 1. . ihonle without assistance from
other cars, The top. however, was
*rok.-in and tth. wheels badly wrench-
I i.- w:nething of a coincidence
tbha tth- lialwr printed Tuesday a no-
i<. ;. -rilting an automobile accident
[ Iot Hy Robinson. the president ot
lh i oniniercial Bank. which happen-
,It it him an Jacksonville. and today
It Ito printing the account of the acci-
dent to lr Blitch. the manager of the
C('omni.rcial Bank in this city, a
tvratK h of the Jacksonville bank.

tli S H Blitch. who was injured
.a il. .mtomoblle accident Tuesday
orl. rini t, the upsetting of the ma-
&bul' 'sio miles. was reported much
hte-i, 1.i night. As soon as the ac-
14tden' ,.-vurred Mayor Robertson andt
Mr .1 H Stwncer went out to Blitch-
toa and brought in Mrs. Blitch to the
bedside of her husband, and she has
tiven him the most assiduous atten-
tin. It if hoped that he will be up
M* MitbiR a day or two.

Talks on Prohibition at the Baptist
Mrs Mary Harris Armor arrived in
Orala Tue.sday afternoon over the A.
C I. trom St. Petersburg and was met
I tl... t ain .1 .Mrs. H. C. Packhatm.
pr .idl.ent of the Ocala W. C. T. 1..
indi .Ms E.. P. Rentz. who was to en-
I.-r.- :- M1s. Armor. and several otih

At ti -' Haptist church Tut,.-da night
UMr. Armor delivered a very splendid
trl.neralict. lecture to a good sized
B,"u a-, bhere las. November and
5 -tu a-t Ito a big audience during the
W c. T 1I convelntion, and she was
ont.idere.l o splendid that she was
ktAd to coe again and deliver an-
othet lecture here. Arnor is a
vet t original orator and fails the
w ti .-l ,' ,,he niIen t to a finish. S b '
U"ed anYt1- witty ani unique expres-
tbti, taid miade a very decide impres-
sliti on hTr hear,.rs. ,She urged the
P11,4., V th, ir i-stand tor temIper-
arlt- .uiI, to latetl earnest y antid uln-
4eaEltlly for the" tri,.iph of the tem-
thatl' cause in this tate. To get

Mrs. Armor sioke for over an hour
BId slhe held her audience' spell bound
during her argum ents in favor of this
lreat rcuse. which she is so ardently

Meeting of Farners' Union

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bryant have
rooms a* the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Bennott. where they are
now doing light housekeeping.

Qui:t a number of shoppers are,
now Seen o011 our streets and in our
stores. The children are especially in
evidence in the Santa Claus storks.

Mr. R. T. King,. zn Ocala Banner
subscriber from Lel ao non'. Fla.. was a,
W wednesday visitor. lie ." 1:,'*., in-
terviewing the Ocala Iron \wr;s.

The Robert Loveman Concert Comn-,
pany. who will give a concern' Friday
evening at the armory-this being the
second Lyceum attraction-have the
repuTa'ion of beinz fine. The tickets
for this concert are already on sale
and you will do well to see about re-
serving seats a: once.

Mr. Fred E. Weihe. who is to I,
married to Miss Effie Moore at noonm
today in Tallahassee. lef: yeste"'ily
morning for that city. He wa muiet
in Jacksonville by his brother., Mr.
Carl Weihe. who accompanied him to
Tal!ahassee to act as best man at r'-e
wedo'ng. Mr. and Mrs. Weihe v.ill
leave immediately after their mnar-
riage for a ten days' trip on the east!
coast, after which they will return to[
Oc:117 to reside.

The pardoning board of Tallahas-
see have just acted on the applica-
tions for thirty-four pardons. The
pardons asked for for William Sum-
tnrs andi .lack Fairclo'h of this coun-
Iv were loth ,denied. The form'l"r was
seittenced tO one year's iprisonmeIllnt
a- the sprin--z -ernm of !Ih' Coiur!". con-
vie' e ot the unlawful sale of liquor.
Th lat, ri was convicted of unnin-
s.n.tightcer at lie spring rTrT anl was
set' ence' to tell years' ii 'ri.ol ''nt.

Miscellaneous Shower for Miss Thag-
M1rs C'larles R. Tydin-s will enietr-I
:tain on Thlirsday afternoon. Deemller
he six'et'i i.. at a miscellanleolus
shower for Miss Lillian Thagard. \ho!
is to be niarrie, on lh-celnler *I'Ie
twenty-second. Each it'r is to !e ac-i
cotipanied by an appropriate jinale.
1,I the afternoon withh Mrs. T diiiizs
will be an exceedingly pleasant one'.
Sumiler county is in :he throes of
an electiIon for the remo % il of the
county seat. the pla'-. now holding
tha' honor n t being on a railroad an.l
conseqtently not sufficiently accessi-
ble for business pllrpo-es. So far
Wildwood and Coleman seetu to be
:he leading contestants

e new town of Burbhank con-inues
takc additions to its pH.)tlt'iiolh.
G. H. Ingales of Springbrook. Wis..
EKdw. Blankenhorn of Mi'". Wi-.
'. F. l.obb adn v. ife and Mr. Ht..gh
ledy of Minneola. N. Y.. and Mr.
E, Daniels of 1haron. W\i... m .-,*
ag the new arrivals yesterday.
are all pleased and Burbank.
hs all signs fhil. will soon be large
gh to put on municipal frills.

Men's Hats.

49c to $4.48

Men's Suits made
in the latest styles

at $6.50 to $15.00

Men's Overcoats
and Raincoats for

$2.50 to $11.50

Men's Trousers

98c to $4.50

Men's Shoes.guar-
anteed solid for
$1.40 to $5.00

Men's Shirts for

40c to $1.98

We have the pret-
tiest line of Men's
Neckwear for

25c and 50c

Men 's Sox
5c to 50c


Suits for

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CREDIT-High Prices

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We want you to prove our

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that you have bought previously on credit, say something that you paid

$5.00 for, (by the way, something that you think the credit store has for-

gotten about) and offer him $4.00 in cash for same. But DON'T tell him

of purchasing the same goods previously until he has accepted your offer.

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price, but in all cases you will get it for less than you did when you had it


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In Plain Figures?

We are referring to dealers of our lines.

Our Store Adheres Strictly

To Its Motto:

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We mean it in every sense of the word.

If you buy anything in our

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the article, make it GOOD.

We do not claim that there are no other stores that will treat you right,

but we do say that we will treat you as good as any store ever dared treat
its patrons.

Ever since we opened this store we have been saving thousands of

dollars for some of the people of this and adjoining counties and We Save

You Money on Your Purchases.


Around this page we quote a few prices of

some of our goods hut

before you can tell how great the values are, you will have to examine the



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Ty COMMISIONEtms PRO A. T. Gore and D. J. Carroll refr u ,
CKDOINGS not being in proper form.
-- Bond of notary public of G. A. Mc-
Ocala. FlaU Dec. 7, 1909. Clure, with H. M. Hampton and J. J.
The board of coimty commissioners Fort, sureties, read and approved.
SW- is regular ,eeslon, pursuant to Bond for license to carry pistol by
tdmernat. Preaeat: Hon. George J. E. Farnbach. read and approved.
rI heMtraam; J. M. Mathews, N. Bonds for licenses to carry rifles by
A. 1 a4 W. J. Crosby, commissioi- J. W. Fowler and W. J. Morrison. read!
S* and approved.
TU afmates of the last meeting Soldier's pension claim by William
Sam r dand approved. Tucker read and approved.
On 8 H. W mg appeared in be- Widow's pension claims by Mrs. An-
S et f Dg B hard road crossing nie E. Martin. Mrs. Lucy Scott. Mrs.
SL jba church prairie, asking that Mary E. Hall. read and approved.
V w rd be raIted above high water Board thereupon adjourned until
S U1. MNtter was referred to Wednesday morning at 7:3' ,,. m.
ma r Mathews with power to Wednesday, 7:30 a. m.
____ Board met pursuant to adljourn-
Bm WU Co misiner Math- ment. Prezen': Hon. George Mac-
p of peter Loos et al read Kay. chairman; J. M. Math.ws. J. W.
Seer ierting. was refused. Crosby and M. M. Proctr, commis-
P O" asked that a public road be sioners.
out begalng 16.60 chains west County Treasurer T. E. Pasteur!
aest.0Wem corner of lot 6, section presented his report, showing:
o. a range 24, east, running General Revenue Fund
gse sauth 18 chains to waters of Receipts.... ... ... ... ... .$10..42
SgW Weir. Read and laid over un- Disbursements during Oct.... 1099.77!
nfe. Balance...... ... .......$ 560.65
NUtS of J. R. Avery relative to Road Fund
fta asseesent. presented. On mo- Receipts................ .$2799.-"9
IB peitltioe was refused. Disbursements during Oct.... 1749.5S
CoAimuicatlon from the secretary Balance......... ... ..... $1049.51
t war of the United States, relative Fine and Forfeiture Fund
to brtles over the Oklawaha river Receipts...... ............$2575.67
S ISharp's Ferry and Moss Bluff, read. Disbursements during Oct.... 22,3.55
Owmuncation and matter was re- Balance......... ... ..... $373. 12
brrid to Attorney Hocker for atten- Building Fund
aSe an disposition. Receipts......... ... ...... $141*0.1
Petttin of George L. Carlton et al, Disbursements (luring Oct.... 14..1.
Vetative to road beginning at S. A. L. Balance................ $ 1"."1
iWroad and going east towards Fort County Schools
McCoy. read. Same being under the Receipts...... ... ... .... .$S. 4.7,
Disbursements during Oct .... .6421.9
rote. It was received and referred to
Ommis ioner Crosby. Balance...... ........... $1624.S9
Matter of laying out the Candler Total balance.... ... .....$361S.1S
and Ocala road referred to Commis- Judge McConathy appeared, relative
abtear MacKay. to cutting timber along road through
commissioner Fort reported on property of Geo. R. Sangster. Matter
aner of lime pit on land of J. B. was explained fully.
Cappleman. On motion it was order- Mr. F. E. Harris appeared and of-
ad that upon proper conveyance by tered to print 2500 copies of the Ocala
Mr Cappleman and wife to the county Banner showing copies of the fair
f the lands described, warrant for premium list and general information.
S1to b drawn in payment for the and mailing same at his expense for
the county commissioners at a total
Petition of A. WV. Fort et al for re- cost of $1l.". On motion of Commis-
1f of Hatton Tillis read. On motion sioner Proctor same was accepted.
S- lr month was granted. warrant Messrs. Crosby and Chambliss, as
to be mailed to Mrs. Hillery Tillis at committee on the pamphlet or book-
Connor. la. let. appeared and made report. and
Petitim of B. S. Jennings et al for filed copy of contract with publishers.
pubil road. commencing at a point on Foster and Reynolds. On motion
he section line where the Ocala and same was approved and accepted.
PflVmitgot road crosses section line On motion of Mr. Crosby a warrant
4irtlting seions 2 and 11. thence is ordered to be drawn for $10, bal- a
'st on said section line through see- ance due on purchase of * * ki
tea 3 and 1*". 4 and 9. 9 and 5 and S said land to be used for road material.
t the depot at Fairfield. read and laid The clerk was instructed to adver- te
o99r under the rules. tise for sealed bids for ferrymen. M
Timw having arrived for the open- bridge tenders and road overseers of
g of the bids for the hire of the throughout the county, including a
imnty convicts for the year 1910. ferryman for Starke's Ferry. Bids to
e were opened and read. be opened at next regular meeting of ex
Board thereupon adjourned for din- the board in January. s
Mr. to meet as soon thereafter as On motion of Commissioner Proc- sc
prc'ieable. tor it was ordered that the old bridge
Board reconvened at 1 p. m. Pres- at Stokes Ferry be destroyed and the
.: Hoe George MacKay. chairman. ferry boat be pulled out and repaired.
aBmissioners Mathews. Crosby and and a pull ferry be made over the Ok-
py^ lawaha river at Starke's Ferry. in
Board went into executive session Board adjourned for dinner until ni
consider the bids made for the 1:30 p. m. gr
meaty convicts during the year 1910. Prof. Wiley. ot Fessenden Academy ki
All bids received were read and dis- and Industrial School, appeared ask- 5"
mesed ing the approval of the board on the $2
On motion of Commissioner Fort, work done. On motion it was granted. $1
ag of the county convicts--except the having confidence in the school and cc
wearvl- of twenty, for the mainten- the place to properly train the solor- fo
c* and construction of hard roads ed youth as making them thoughtful sy
troughout the county-from January and industrious. The effort to enlarge $1

4. 1.*1". to January 4. 1911. are let to the work is commended to the friends
the Rog ers. Tiller Co.. under the bid of education.
Ms rcei.*.l and explained, the opinion The petition for a public, road from &
of the board being ;hat their bid was Levon to Belleview was put on second fil
hw. best. reading,. and on motion same was
On motion of Commissioner Fort granted. provided right of way is fur- re
Oe clerk was instructed to insert an nishel without cost to the county.
dvertisement in the daily and week- On motion of Commissioner Crosby o0
pairs of this county that the coun- tbe proposition of Foster and Rey- p(
ty poor farm property will be offered nolds towards advertising the county re
tr sale at the south door of the court was accepted at an expense of $3,"i
bose in Ocala. Fla.. on the first Tues- for one year. and clerk is instructed w
day in January. 191", at 12 o'clock, to to notify them at once at No. 1. Ma.li-
the highest and best bidder, with the so!i avenue. N. Y. c.
If ht of reserve of buildings tor in- Bond of H. W. Douglass as justice u"i
mwte, for twelve months, or until pro- of the peace. with .1. P. Phillips and ar
tson can be made for them. No bid .- V.. Morrison as sureties, read and
to be considered for less than $35>w. approved.
Mr. E. L. Howell appeared and pre- Bond of S. H. Gaitskill, with H. L. H
Geted receipts of county treasurer Dickson and J. K. Christian as sure- '
SW moneys deposited under the reso- ties. read and approved. ov
tUton of the board to be used toward Bond of Emmett E. Robinson as no- fa
ardening public road from Oak. con- tary public, with S. A. Rawls and R. TI
Meting with Anthony and Ocala hard S. Hall as sureties, read and approved. cy
-d. Bond of J. WV. Atkinson for license le
Letter of Hon. A. C. Croom. comp- to carry pistol read and approved. tr
troller. relative to recommendations On motion of Commissioner Math- R1
IV coeaty commissioners on requests ews the petition of Aquilla A. John- a
t"r redemption of tax certificates at son was granted, and tax collector Ja
to than statutory figures, read and was requested to allow the assess- lel
Mad. ment on lot 4. block 33. 0. S. Ocala. br
Petition of W. V. Chappell to grant at $SO. and tax assessor to note same it
W. W. Ray privilege of fencing up a on his lists. MI
etali neighborhood road through Report of Hon. J. M. Mathews, corn- ha
Us Olce near Kendrick. read. and on missioner in charge of county poor fir


Yuletid.e Scugges-tions

We offer for your selection HERE the most comprehensive showing we have

ever made of appropriate articles for HOLIDAY GIFTS that will b-th deligh

the recipient and giver and also have that added value of permanent and

lasting charm.

Your attention is especially invited to our superb coect., :

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Ri gs, Studs, Pendants,

Pigs, Broocles, Lock-

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Silver, Glass ai)d Pottery, Cl)i)ao 1Knives.

Forks, Spoogs, Tioys, Bowls, Vases, Pitchers, Jugs,

Caodelabra, Platters. Tureegs, Coffee Set Olives,

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g and four more remain for a later
The present number of inmates is
*n, seven colored and three white.,
rs. Johnson having died on the third
f December.
You will find hereto attached the
expense account for the month of
ovember, which I trust will not be
o large in the future, as in the past.
Respectfully submitted.
Com. in Charge.
Superintendent's salary, $35; cook-
g, $14; washing and ironing, $9.50;
urse hire, $6.75; hired help in cane
finding, digging potatoes and hog
lling. $10.95; digging pauper's grave,
Oc.; Postoffice Drug Store, for drugs,
.60; Rheinauer & Co., for dry goods,
".,6,; Martin & Carn. groceries and
ow feed, $44.o5; Ocala Furniture Co.,
r pauper coffin, $6; W. M. Shockley,
*rup cans. $12.50. Total expense,
The report was read and accepted.
Communication of Messrs. Hocker
Duval, county attorneys, read and

Sheriffs report of tintes and costs,
Report of E. L. Carney. tax collect-
-. showing 1;35 regular and ;:; extra
!1 taxes received during November.
il and filed.
\ll hills, approv-d and audited.
er' ordered paid.
There I einm no furth,.r I siness to
i11' before it, tho board I adjourned
i il next regular rt'.ting in Janu-
ry. 141'0.

Mr. Patrick Randall and Capt. W.
. Mason of Connor were in Ocala
u,'sday. The later gentleman is
wntr of the Oregonian. one of the
stest crafts on the Oklawaha river.
hough made from a solid trunk of a
Press tree it is propelled by gaso-
ne power, and frequently makes the
ip to Jacksonville and return. Mr.
andall is the owner of the Wenona,
passenger steamer, which is now in
cksonville. undergoing repairs. He
ft for that city yesterday and will
ing his boat back with him, and put
in readiness for the winter travel.
r. Randall is quite a busy man and
is quite a number of irons in the
e. Besides being a boat owner, he



Ocala, Florida.

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NOTICE NOTICE J. K. Christian. E. W. Rush, D. H. Pet- J. R. WILLIAMS... .Shares 1000 NbTICE
teys. Mrs. Jason Grant. Dr. G. S. JACK CAMP.... ...Shares 5 -
S It;d ttOfOf Intention to Apply for Letters Pat- Means. W. R. Brown. J. W. Means. J. State of Florida. Of Applicattea to Seil Real Estai
tnesi Lad Officeda. ent A. Murrell, M. I. Smith. S. H. Gaits- County of Marion-ss. Minors a
Gainesrille Florida. kill. W. M. Gist. I hereby cerTify that before me per- Notice is herebt gi
-,November 17, 19,9. Notice is hereby given that the un- State of Florida. sonally appeared J. R. Williams. W. H. Howard. as guat4an of the r,. I
hem It Mlay Concern: Sder.signed intend to apply to the gov- County of Marion. N. Camp. Clarence Camp. R. C. Camp af .ary Thompson Howard anl! 'I
Nes is hefeby given that the ernor of the state of Florida on Personally appeared before me W. anl Jack Camp. each of whimo are to liam Hawkins Howard. on th '
Central and Peninsular Rail- The 20th Day of December, 1909, E. Allen. .J. D. Price. Walkup Bros.. me well known as the persons who 3rd Day of January, A. D. 1910. y cet
CO3aflny has filed in this office; for letters parent incorporating the A. C. Walkunp. H. L. Dickson. J. K. subscribe to the foregoing articles of w-I a;plv by petition to th. HIoiora, i
4 a of lands situated in the town-. McINTOSH TELEPHONE COM- Christian. M. I. Smith. E. W. Rush. S. incorporation. and each of whom ac- bhle ,,.ph B.li. as county jud>, of; ,L' a
idslrbed below, and has applied PANY, under the laws of Florida, with H. Gaitskill. D. H. Petteys. W. M. knowxle-ized before me that he signed .Marin coii'y. Florida. at the c ,:.rti a
S aP proval of said tracts: that and under the following proposed Gist, W. R. Brown, J. W. Means. J. A. the said articles of incorporation as hou.-e of said count. for authority t *
H I t 15 OPen to. the public for in- charter, the original of which is now Murrell and. Mrs. Jason Grant, all of one of the subscribers to said articles sell ,[. ,nll i.,1, shares of 3Iary r111,1
af nd a copy thereof by de- on file in the office of the secretary of: whom are to me well known, andl and each of the said subscribing in- Thlmpson rowa.-.! ;n illia m aw.
re subdivisions has been posfid state: known to me to be the persons who corporations acknowledged before me kings towltr both rmin'rs. a- the .mlv
tVleient place.in this office ford S. H. WALKUP. executed the foregoing articles of in- that he had subscribed for the amount tw.o minor (.iildlren f .Jan.- H **n
11011 llo0 of the public generally' E. W. RUSH. corporation and acknowledged to and of capital stock set opposite his name. Howard. ~isc,.a.,. and M.llie T How
ISMPerMOls Interested. H. L. DICKSON. before me the execution of this affi- I further certify that I am ,duly corn- ard. d.ceas. t. o a cer'an parci of,
the next sixty (lays following WV. E. ALLEN. !davit for the purpose therein set missioned notary public under the land in M1arin c.un.i v. Fl"l:i.a ,!*- WI
date of this notice, protests or .. A. MURRELL. forth. laws of Florida. and that my commi.-- I.ribi a. lt,'s ;is l an.! .:n. **, i
against the claim of the corn- (And Others.) Witness my hand and-official seal at sion as such official is now in fort of s.cti,); t.ir'\-ix *r 1:1 m y .,u'.;, .\ ,: p. '
tO any tract or subdivision Proposed Charter of Mcintosh Tele- Mcintosh. Fla.. this 11th day of No- and does not expire until timL- .'th lday for A,,; ; i t ,f rat ' . r ,. tl
NAy section or part of section Phone Company member. 195',. of June. A. D. 191". lir- ,.; Il '
b 0in the list. on the around The undersigned hereby associa i Seal.) .. O. TURNIPSEED. In witposs whereof I havf hrunto f ,,. ,.* ir r ;it i f
th ame is more valuable for themselv,-s together for the purpose: Justice Peace. set my hand and affixed :my official ,,. ,,- ,r.. ; ,, >.., ,' d .- .
than for agricultural Tpurpos-.of becoming incorporate., anld form- seal this the loth day of Nov.tmb-)er. A ... 'i .. *
Sw be received and noted for re- ing a corporation under and by virtue I) 19r9. ',' r. *\ i, *.' ,h *Ik': .t
to the General Land Office at'of the laws of the state of Florida. NOTICE (Seal.) FRANK DRAKE. C'. .
D. C. with. and under, the following pro- Notice is hereby given that the un- Notary Punlic. l. ". I '
IMY S.D CHI-BB. Register. ipoed charter: designed intend to apply to the gov- ." ,
ES6WARREN. Receiver. -1st- ernor of the state of Plori4da on the t f NOTICE4 4t. d ,l':. ,f
Cewfral and Peninsular Rail. The nam- of this corporation shall, 20th Day of December, A. D. 1909 .. .
road Lands be the McINTOSH TELEPHONE for letters patent on the proposed F,
lie Land District. Florida. 'COMPANY, and its business shall be charter, a copy of which is hereto at- I nitd -Sait L. Fna riL. !h,. ,,fi.. ,f .,a ,.' '
P 14. south, range 19. eas. conducted in the state of Florida. ache in the oicenal of the secretary o November 17. 1. Florid
hmD northeast quarter. section I counties of Marion. Alachua and in taloffice of the tary of To Whom It May Concern; I 1 H( IW 1 .
Ip 14. south, range 2;1. east. Levy. wherever necessary for conven- a ee. ice is hereby given that the
h northwest quarter an' ience anld profit. The principal office R. CAMP. NFloria Central aneby given that things lar Rail-e
quarter southwest quarter, of this corporation shall be in the CR.. NCEAMP. l road Company has filed in this offular Rail- NOTICE
30;. township 14. south, range town of Mclntosh. in Marion county. R WINLIAMS a list of lands situated in the town-
southeast quarter southwest -2nd- TACK CAMP ships described below, and has applied In t.- 'iN-r.u' C..r-* *.. Ft J
section 3.1. east half southeast :,The general nature ef the buSinss Th ACK CAMP. ships described below, and has applied In t. crr
etion 3. eastownhalfsoutheast Tho be general nature ofby the uine The undersigned do hereby associ- for the approval of said tracts; that dicial Cir"ir of F-'lr' r .in! for
s section 26: township 15. to be transacted by thi. corporation a th ls the list is open to the public for in- .rn range 21. east. west half south- shall be to build, erect, own, buy, orte themselves together as a body the list is open to there public for ar,- aho r :. !. .'
carter, section 22. east half., lease, s-.ll. convey, mortgage, pledge, rpate under the provisions of thescriptive subdivisions has b yen posld norah t. n i.' o. fr .
23; township 16 south range exchange, improve and otherwise and do publish, the following articles in a convenient place in this office for -ruct'r-S. r.
t east half southeast quarter, deal in telephone business: to own nop the inspection of the public generally I' i 1-. or.l, -,.I ,* 1. ,:.1.,.an
22, northwest quarter, west and dispose of real estate or personal I ARTICLE I and all persons interested puli-llin n 1. r t. r n, **-r
southwest quarter and northeast property, and to have antid exercise ARTICLE I. anl all persons interestedys following! h.rn and h t- .'*, .'.. t
southwest quarter. section 26, such powers as may be incidental. ne-U The name of this corporation shall WVithin the nvxt sixty dlays foilowin t. ,'and 1'. i- ,'. "a' '"' .,t' ,r
southwest quarter, section 26. such powers as may be incidental, nP- C PP s a o O.1-. the date of this notict.. protests or to ho !-1: I f -t..; 1.-: 1 .
section 34; township 17. cessary or convenient to the be PINEAPPLE ORANGE COM- the date of this notc, protests rit h !: f
half. section 34; township 1. cessary or convenient to the business PANY. The principal place of busi- contests against the claim of the. comn- a n ,r t* ',r.-
range 21. east all spction 2' of this corporation. and all of the ness of this corporation shall be at pany to any tract or suhbliision Monday. the 3rd Day of January. 910
half nor. section 10. northeastquarter and south rights powers and privileges of a cor-Citra. Florida. with such branch of- within any- section or part of section I , ,
carter, section 10. northeast poation organized under the laws of fices as may be adopted by the board described in the list, on the rouni th .
s, sectionn 1t township 24. the state of Florida. of directors that the am i more aluabl for. .... .....
range 21. east, northwest quar- -:rd- of directors mineral than for agricultural purpos.- u, : .,, -* -1a I
Southwest quarter. section 12; The main line of said Telephone ARTICLE II. ps. will hb rt-ceive l an.d not.d for re- *'' '
p 13. south, range 22. east. Company is to run from McIntosh. in The general nature of the business port to 'the General Lanl OffTI. a' T,.- .'.' *
west quarter southwest quarter. Marion county, to Evinston. in Alach- to he transacted by this corporation Washington. D. C. [ "* :
6; northeast quarter northeast ua county. a distance of about three shall be: To carry on the business of HFNRY S. ('!1'PP R. ( *
west half northeast quarter. miles, anti such other lines from the growing oranges. vegetables and I' .. .. 1:; ,
half northwest quarter and north- McIntosh office. through, and in. the fruits, to buy. sell. and tleal with the SHIELDS WARREN. R. .-i\-. r ',,. I\ !l.,
quarter northwest quarter. see- counties mentioned as n'way become same for a commission or otherwise. Florida Central and Peninsular Rail-, ,. .
12, southeast quarter southeast necessary and convenient, or that may to purchase" andi otherwise acquire or- road Lands
section 2C. east half north- seem to the interest of sai.l corpora- ange groves and land. or property of, Gaineville Land Distrif Fi r.: NOTrCE
quarter. east half southwest tion. any description, whether real or other-1 Town.-hip 1:;. south,. rn.- _.
er. south half northeast quarter -4t h- wise. which may be deemed useful or: northwest quarterr somrh. q. rt.r ', ,
north half southeast quarter. s-c- The amount of "ho c:- -' -.-caiv to th-, attainmn.,nt of any of anl northea.-t quarter -trh\. ir '
36; township 14. south. range 22. this corporation shall be ():. T: :-- .' o;jt- s of the corporation. ter. section : town;i 1 'i ... MEALINA
northwest quarter., eas half and Dollars <($10lt.0. to b' T'iv.- To use. manaz. develop. conduct. range ''. east. northw,.- iu.i.r
west quarter and east half. sec- into shares of Ten Dollars i$1'.': s el. exchange or otherwise turn to ac- northeast quarter., etnt':, .
2C. northeast: quarter and east each. All of said capital stock sub- co;nt. or deal with or dispose of the ship 1i;. south. range _2. -," .
southeast quarter. section ^4. scribel to be t'aid on call at a time, property of the corporation, half southwest; ruart,.r. "' t'
half. section 331: township 15. to be fixed vy the board of directors To sell o:r otherwise dispose of any township 17. south. ran .:- ',. . ,
h. range 22. east. north half south- at a e-'eetinz to be called f,.r that pur- of the busines.- or property or assets so ithast quarter south i'r ,
quarter, north half southwest !o,. of the corporation, Isection 3.;: township 21. .aiiti; : .._,-
er and northwest quarter. see-' --.th- To borrow or raise money for the 22. east. west half nor'hw.:' *, :ar.ir" .' .i
2. southwest quarter northeast The term for which said c(ripora ion purpose of the corporation. section 15: township 1. ':.o'sh rr-t:._ Monday. the l-d Oay t *a. 'A'
er. section 24: township 16. shall exist shall be ninety-nine (9 0 To create andt execute and issue 2?3. east: lots 7. N. and 21 -. ''n . .
range 22. east. southwest quar- years. ibond!s or debentures. stocks. mortgag- township 1t. south. range 23. east. .
northeast quarter and southeast -r.th- es and other instruments for the se- northwest quarter northw,.s- qr;,r'.-r .. -
loaner northwest quarter. section 10: The business of said corporation curing and payment of same. .section 1.. an! north"-..a qur'..rr Pn,, A -
trwaship 22. south. range 22. east. shall be conducted by a President. To raise money upon loans or oth- southeast quarter. .e':in '.;. , ,
q ahwest quarter southeast quarter. Vice Presilent. Secretary. Treasurer. erwise for the purposes of the corpor- ship 15. south, rang -.a:. : T. ," :
amuon 24. northwest quarter south- Manai'r. and a board of five directors aion., half southeast quarter, section *r
,wMst quarter, section 34: township 12. -the office of Secretary and Treasur- To make. accept. endorse and exe- west half southeast quart.,r an so I, k
orangee 2:3. east. lots :1. 4. 5. C. 10. er may be held by the same person. cute promisory notes. and other nego- east quarter south, s' quar-er. -. i
12 and 17. section C. northeast The board! of directors may appoint Tiable instruments. tion 19: township IC,. -oit h. ra:n" -:W -
er. east half northwest quarter. such other officers of this corporation To purchase. construct, lease, own east. southeast quarter so:he- -
ast quarter northwest quarter having such powers and duties and and operate rail or tram roads, canals quarter, section 9.
west half southeast quarter, see- terms of office as may be fixed by the or telephone lines for the purpose of NOTICE
14. lots 1. 11 and 14. section IS; by-laws. or as described by the direct- its own business. but not as a common NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
ip 15. south, range "3. east. ors. The directors shall be elected carrier, having none of the rights and T. f'. *.:,
agrth halt southwest quarter, south- by the stockholders at each annual privileges of common carriers, nor Department of trhe Interior. N.' i- r .
quarter southwest quarter and meeting. All other officers of this cor- none of the duties, obligations or lia- unitedd States Iandi Office, ,p. 'i,' ,. .... 0 PLfLL!
h half southeast quarter, section portion shall be elected annually by abilities of commonn carriers. Gainesville. Fla.. Oct. 2.'. 19,J. :,'i, l. .-,.,- I I. ', PL LI
4. ots 5. C and 7. section f. west half the directors. To do all such other things as are To WVhom It May Concern: MI l...,d i L' Ir *
irthwest quarter, southeast quarter The annual meeting of this corpor- incidental or conducive to the attain- Notice is hereby given that F J. ,e: th, ti-r.' Vt r
nOrthwest quarter and northwest ation shall be held on the second meant of the objects or any of them O'Hara. transferee of the Florida L.,.,. ,n .'r. ,
carter southeast quarter, section S. Tuesday of the mon'h of Januaryy of abovy named,. which may be conven- Central an' Peninsular Railroad Comn- e.. th, -;,I I I .' ,
usutheast quarter northwest quarter each year. The business of this cor- iently carried on and done in connec- pany. has filed in this office a list of ,.ha, t.. ,,r., .*. ,
ea northwest quarter southwest portion shall be conducted until the tion the-rewith, which may be calculat- lands situated in the townships de- M'l...ld ..., '.. .. . \
Brter. section 1,*. lots 2t. 21. 22 and officers elected at the first meeting e, to directly or indirectly enhance scribed below and has applied for the ,,or. ,r* ,
3. section 1: township 14. south, shall qualify. by the following off`- the value or render profitable, any approval of said tracts; that the list omr.,i ', r t 2.A r 0
IIIe. 23, east. east half southwest cers: S. H. Walkup. president- E. W. j business or property of the company, is open to the public for inspection. .': I I 1 ." ....
W er. section C. southwest quarter. Rush. vice president: H. L. Dickson. ARTICLE III. and a copy thereof by descriptive sub- ,ebtl,,.,r .. -
in 8, lot 6. section 13. northeast secretary and treasurer: WV. E. Al-. The amount of the capital stock au- l divisions has been Iposted in a con- l'ii n ... *., *.. ,* I
gBrter southwest quarter and south- lhn. manager, apl S. H. Walkup. E. :horized b:. th' corporation will be venion: pla'e in this office for the in- 'e.r t;. '.., ,' \
:t quarter, section IS: township 1.. V. Rush. H. I.. Dickson. WV. E. Allen Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. di- specticn of the public generally, and ; ,; .
ag.th range 2.. east. northwest quar- and .. A. Murr-'ll. directors. lvi.e.1 into two thousand shares of par all persons interested. a . r .
*. northwest quarter, section S. -Tth-_ value of One Hundred Dollars per \Wirhin the ntex' sixty tl: 5. fo'low- 1;-"..-
irthwest quarter southeast quarter. Th highest. aoun of i nle't,- share, payable in property, real or per- i g th,' date of this notice., protests or- -- --- --
stio 18. west half northwest quar- ness. or liability, to which this crpor- sonal. at a justi valuation n to b- -fixedl c*nt-Ists Ia nlst thn claim of rh*b NOTC- E G- ..
tr. section 20. northeast quarter ailon c at any tin, s ; :*''" itsof rnorators at a tee r' ca-ll- npany to an- ti-act or s' bdi. 'i on
rhwest quarter. s tior 22. east ;shal" t-U \ee thu ca'i'a! stt c '- fi" tha purpose. Saul stn'k to le t within ary section. or piart of sec- \o ir V *.
M southwest quarter ant northwest 'h --h- i e .,l and suffiient con- t'ions. i.. s.ri.. in th, li7r. on the t,.l -', ..., I

er. section *t e- T: ownshin 1C,. v y; i:i : e "s at; d( eeis to tfe sante i >re i ljifl(i rn i. ,::e i'ait' ire '. ; a-
h. range 2:'. east. west half north- T1' tn' ':- ..nl f sidiile' of 1t' ' to the companyy an! delivered to ',, f.r n.in'ral than ior g i.iltiral ('
quarter. section i. west half ubsc.ri : i't.orpor t "s, to .th ,he .--' ,' v ndl tr ,surer. ipr s,-. rill ie rI.'.. ,! ani I:no1.i ,ll c westt quarter. scion i. no(rth- with th a : t of capital S tock s A.RTICLE IV. f: or rp'-;rt to th. t g n. ral land (,tf e -'' '' at ;nv ', ,
Quarter southwest qnartr. see- scribed by each are as follows: l'T term for which this com-lany at \WashinZTo., I). C. front ,or: t TL! r
-C 14. south half northwest quarter. Name Residence No. Shar", shall xist shall be ninety nin. years. East halt northeast quarter. east' "- :o h. f',r *r .. ,- -' e W AVt
alghwtest quarter northwest quarter. S. H. Gaitsklll. Mcintosh. Fla...... ARTICLE V. half nortLwest quarter andl southwest n':inmt ntt.,. ,, h r.r ".i- '
test quarter southes quarter E. .h ......... Th business of the c oroati,.n qluarter norhwst quarter. section 14,. ''ti t Tt,. : -
.1 southeast quarter, s-ction 22. alkup '-os. Mnosh. Fla ........ .l he conducrtel by a President. tonsip 12. smuth. range 2". east. ri: ,, : :l t.
-wth half northeast quarter. section xx. Rus'h. Mcintosh. FlI .. Vice President. Secretary and Treasu- Nor .s quarter smh',-st quar- 1 , , : *
, east half southeast quarter, south- ..K. Christian. Mclntosh. Fl ...... r hoth of which offices may n h t' se i l tonsp 1. south. s .. .
Wt quarter northwest quarter, sec- ..- D. Price. Mcintosh. Fl .. ....... sane person if desire. and a ange t est. T v is, -
th. n-:1.sec ioon. if Wd c-,.oh ir. So th, st 1ua t1,n, 4(lav.)h Th,.: 0 a 1
m 30. lot :. section ';. southeast J- XV. MeanS-. ,tosh. Fa . board of five i.- directors, of whom Southwesr quarter section north- oc!oc T,,4 ,a. 1. :T .
carter northeast quarter. section :14:. .. S. Allen Q;incy. la.. the Pro-ident. Vice President. Secre- west quarter nthwest quarter. sec- LP SLAL
P. G. Sampson Quincy. Fl. an Trasurer shall be meme.ion 17. and southeast quarter. sec-
NOA3 tary ant Treasurer shall he memer.,4 trane
L. R. Douglass. Quincy. Pla ........ 3 All of sail officers of said corporation tion 1s. township 14. south, range 2:2. NOTICE .
INOTICE FOR PUBLICATION M. I. Smith. Mclntosh. Fla........1shall he st holders therein. ant all east. NOTCE
---- D. Sutton. Mclntosh. Fla........ of sai offers shall be elected by the Southeast quarter southwest quar-
Department of the Interior. .Mrs. Jason Grant. McIntosh. Fla.... stockholders at their annual meeting ur. section :,;. township 1.. south. Of Final S. l-. : .
U. S. Land Office at Gaines% ille. Fla. W. R. Brown. Mclntosh. Fla ......... held on the firt Thursa1 in rang Iast. Not ic is he y p.,
N.o'to be held on the first Thursday in r ge 22. ,ast. Not i,. is he.eliv ,- *," .....
November 241. J19'9 A. C. Walkup. Mclntosh. Fla......... November of each year. HENRY S. CHUBB. R.-zister. 1::h day of July. l_
Notice is hereby. giver shat John C.iH. L. Dickson Mcntosh. Fla.... Clarence Camp shall be President. SHIEL.DS WARREN. Receiver. lrsi:ned a itra CA '
ifg~r, of Anthony. Florida. who. on, W. G. Norsworthy. Mclntosh. Fla...> a p shall he Vice Pr entr.: -29-9t. I.r aoun1t n.I v'. -- .
M alch 10th. 19i*S. made homestead en- J.I. A. Murrell. McIntosh. Fla.... J Williams shall be Scrar ell. j ot
ty No 3S14 (Serial No. 049?251. for D. H. Pettys. McIntosh. Fla.........1 and Treasurer and. with bW. N. Camr: NOTICE M.,aricn county. Fleri.l, t ., f : !\;' P\ lI
e mertb half of northeast quarter B. B. Keep. Boardman. Fla........ .and R. amp. shall constitute ,he -- Ocal. nin :11 mk' h ., :
Snorth half of northwest quarter. B. M. Warner. Hatfield. Mass ...... first board of directors: all of the sail Of Applh'ati'n for Tax D-ed I'nd-r and! vill aIIply for r *l -
ction 2. township 1". south. range .T. 0. Turniipseed. Mcintosh. Fla....1 o(ors to be continued in office anwl Section ", of (hat rM ,- Laws .i ,, i':--. .:1
M ast. Tallahassee meridian. has fil- G. S. Means. McIntosh. Fla.... ....- conduct the business of the corpora-t of Floriia Oralai. FlId:i N. :: * '
.d notice of intention to make final J. R. Williams. Quincy. Fla......... tion until the election anti qualifica- Notice i- h.-rev. ,ivn that C. M.M \RY V R Tri: ,it.' '
agmtatlon proof. to establish claim ;J. A. McCarley. Boardman. Fla..... on of their successors at the first Livinston. purchaser of tax c rtifi As kdmnistrrix 't ;i. .
Shelnd above described., before the VW. M. Gist. McIntosh. Fla ..... election to b- held Fruner the provis- ca No. dated the ri la of a Fnk Rbr,' : '
r and receiver at Gainesville. S. WALKIP. Pre. ions of this article. October. A. D. 19!. has fill said cer-
DayEo the H L. DICKSON. and Tra. ARTICLE VI. tificate in my office and has made ap- NOTICE
4to Day of January. 1910 V. E. ALLEN. o'Tr. Thv hizhes- amount of indebt.,.lne s plication for tax t(e, d to issue in a'-
4! =mant names as witnesses: IState of Florida. r,,cTih.' rujl; : "* V
tlam H. names of Anthony. Flor- Countaeof lMarion. ,or liability to which this corporation cor.fanc. with law. Said certificate ,h, .::1: T. ..
Before H. Webb of Anthony. Flor- Conyo M.s. H.'n shall at any tim- subject itself shall embraces the following ,-ecr'ibed oll ers, hf V ,:e :' ,
1 n. i c n \V E. A be One Hundred Thousand Dollars. pIroer'y si'ua',li in Marion w(ouny 't. .n ,, -
ewMrge D. Pasteur of Anthony. Flor- Walkup. H. ickso ant l ARTICLE VII. Florila. to-wi!: All of exe(-'it, lot I nelo r in t '. '.
e of Anth orida. len each wom is t t me well. T names the r no in .. Ir .1 .
F. Mims of Anthony. Florida. persons describe, in and who e xecut- these artices are a aefo a and th'ir t 1. .tEn. ; nla. F: M :.:
HENRY S CH'BB. ed the foregoing articles of incorpora- place of residence set P oposie Oc( la. The si' ,lanl -ingl a.sse, 1_-.,- .'.
Register. t-on. and acknowledged to and before each name. together with the amount o't the da'e of th-e issuance e such Ce:-
t rme that they executed the same for, of stock subscribed for by each: Tificatet in thh: name of J. M Potter.
S--T the purpose therein exppressed!. I Name Residence Shares of Ic- sad cer-ificaTe sial! te re- Ladies'. Gents' and Children's
S ^N TCE TO CREDITORS Witness my hand and official seal at, Capital Stock deemed according to law. tax ,leed will,
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Ballard's Obelisk and Patapszo

Superlative Flour

Oh! Ham

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

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

"The Ham what am."



Tetley's Orange Pekoe a.- l Mixed

Tea. Magic Yeast.


Full line Staple



Asthma Remedy
Otnes prompt and positive relief in
every case. Sold by druggists.
Price $1. Trial package by
mail, 10 cents.
Sold by Tydings & Co. x
WIlims' i'g. CompaBY, Prop.
Clevelod, Ohio

Marion county grown rust proof and
Bart or ninety day oats.
10-15 Z. C. CHAMBLISS.

A Poser for Frank Clark

Day by day the people are becom-
ing more and more convinced that
the whole scheme of protection is
nothing more than a cleverly devised
plan of robbery. and solely for the pro-
tection of the trusts which contribute
so largely to the expenses of the re-
publican party. Corruption has rid-
den in the saddle, it seems. If the
stench from the promised scandal is
what is predicted, we are unable to
see how a respectable people can long-
er continue Cannon and Aldrich, and
they are the republican party, in pow-
er. The day of reckoning seems to be
drawing nigh.-Charleston News and


Have yoc neglected your Kidneys?
Have you overworked your nervous
system and caused trouble with your
kidneys anj bladder? Have you pains
in loins. side. back, groins and blad-
der? Have you a flabby appearance of
the face. especially under the eyes?
Too frequent a desire t., pass urine?
If so. Willams' Kidney Pills will
cure you--st druggists. price 50c.
Sol.d by ladings & Co x

Live Wires
Editor \Williamson ft
warned up over the s-r
He ouht 7to read the' Per

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New Haven Register's Comment on
Death of Mrs. Hayes, and Editor
Pendleton's Comment on the


[Misi- Furnam Willianis. returnel
To h.--r home in Alachua Thurs lay.
Mrs. Chas. M. 3.1-ltoii of Micano-
py "was in Cirra Sunday in hr hand-
som,- White auitomoulil,.

Writing of the recent death of Mrs. Mr. Adkins and family moved to Cit-
Addison Hayes. the last of the chil- ra 'his wv-k from thN Meadows and!
dren of Jefferson Davis, who was bur- occupl)y one ot Mr. Wartmann's fine
ied at Richmond beside the otier cottages on Church street.
members of the illustrious family, the Major M3cWhirer and Mr. Hall of
New Haven (Conn.) Register says: Nashvill. Tnn.. arn hero for the win-
"The country at large, now that it tr r.
can see more clearly and fairly than Bishop W. C. Gray came down from
once it could. may rightly pause this Orange Lak-. W.,inuesday. where lhe
day in human sympathy while that hll servico.-. While in Citra he was
funeral cortege passes to the grave in entertained !iy \V A. Redditt and
the city which once was the capital of family. He left Wednesday night for
tthe Confederacy. Six children were his home in Orlando. The bishop will

born to Jefferson and \anna Davis.
The eldest, Samuel Emory. lived but
three years. The third. Jefferson. Jr..
diedi at the age of twenty. The fourth,
Joseph Evan. was killed by a fall in
the white house at Richmond when
he was only a young child. The fifth.

William Howell, born in the white
hotse, lived to be but fifteen. Win-
nie (Varina Anne), better known than
any of the others, and beloved be-

yotid the south, outlived

her father

only nine years. And now the eldest
daughter, Mrs. Hayes. has completed
the circle of fate, almost of tragedy.
and passes to the higher family reun-
ion just as her long-abused and mis-
understood father's memory is com-
ing into its own.
"Sometimes the powerful hand of
death is compelled to briniI 1t men,
the justice they were 1in their life-
time denied. All their live- th, faim-
ily of Jefferson Davis have livi .1 under '
*he shadow which :he fr, wn of r;io
nio' h 'eflus,. to ltf At 1:--'. !,I
.ill to turn agaii, and i he just. af'er
: ':a n y d iy s if o n ly ,! t h. li t. ,t
!>P ,h. rhood cold treak > e i;

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In Ihii' con-

in, News andi Punta Gorda H1',r;i .l cl :'c n' ;k.' 71n ,n' ,vi.n \,.
and .*. how ,'o i fSill tf poMitis- ;i k :n 1 ill "r" : -*; The ,
Arcadi: Nws r '
\ ' an,' l a,!qua'-',,rs f' a ll l ,.i .- : i, "'. :* :,' .' -
things to eat anw l irixnk (o, s, 'I ;1 . y ; .. ;,, ., ,i ,
and Ipromf't at*Te 'ion. 11,z'. ,,. .

F U N E R A L a '1 r o. . .. .. "o n"
stIl frowii-' uponl the land.l JffeirsnM
DI TOd 1| Davis lo\teil an-l for which h1 ., diel.
D IR ECTO RS. Lt. thm turn away from the r.buke,
those who still manufacture slanders
I """o-- o the hurt of the south. The dead
art! gone from us, but duty to th, liv-
&ad Burill Outtte. opecialgiven ton in,; remains.-Maeon Telegraph.
aBuria Outfits. il given w
I al ervi In an address delivered to a large
E--lMlg to OVrf audience at Bristol. Tenn.. a few days

ago, Booker T. Wishington urged the

hAld services in Citra shortly.
Miss Mary Redditt and Mrs.
\Vyckoff drove over to Orange
to attend the Episcopal service
Mrs. M. J. Sherouse returned
,lay ::om Palatka. where she
several leeks.
Mr. Hall. the postcard man

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Lakeland. was in Citra Wednesday.
Mr. Taylor. who has been working
at Melton's mill, will come to Citra
Wednesday on his way to Georgia.
Citra can boast of fine oranges. She
captured both the blue and the red
ribbons at the fair for the best.
Mr. .I. W. Melton went lown to
Ocala Tuesday on business.
Miss Pansy Souter and mother. Mrs.
Souter. of Sparr, were here last Fri-
,lay. Miss Souit*-- to instruct her nimi-
-i. class.
.Mr.1.. C Harrison. with tIN Tlh.iis-
Zachry Coipaiy of Ocala. 'vas inl
("it ';t Is; Sat;irlay.
?r M. ri),!i .M \'' M, in7y oni his wv rto .I:!lk-
:s '. ; .1 .
Sr. i: .' s Firank 1-i i' so:i ,' e,
i; 'n .lec'ksonviile last week arid :tr
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:e .I.irk :\ iil Tuesida 'i. repre--

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Improving Tram Road '

Mr'. .1 A Williams is making exten-
sive improvements in his tram road.
He recently received a new engine
and five cars, and is now laying about
Three miles of 40-pound steel. As this
road supplies the logs for the crate
mill, which uses about three hundred
thousand feet per day, it will be seen


A Progressive State-Her Phencme-
nal Record of Growth

The growTh i Ft 'l.'-idla i- :nma .lu.
In th iv*inr' y-'t. rs jiit-r t b i s
strid-.s hay. !;-,,n''ii woi'iT r' il. dy\.-s
Florida <)pport-:nitris. T.4h, iiicr'Kis
in population has be-n enormouli. ThEL

entir-e I a- T coasr of the stat.-, from
Jacksonville to Miami. ias !bee.ni ,n-
ti-ely changed from wilderness 'o civ-
ilization. Nor id he marIch of pro-
press sop :;i; Miami. It .*xrene-d
southwa,,a'd o, the ex'r',I mitry of the
n:ainlal;i!. ::nd leaped across to ;Le!
h. reirofotor iniac(ces.-ible Fl,)rida keys.
causing theni t) 'retlIect the light ot
electric lamps, to echo the whistle of
the iron horse and give place to busy
and profitable industry.
In no less remarkable degree the
west coast has also shown develop-
men;. while in middle Floria the rec-
ord of growth has been phenonm nal.
Railroad building has been carried!
on at a rapid rate, and is still being
pushed and will continue to he pushed
until the steel rails penetrate every
Towns and cities have grown up
everywhere. and still others are grow-
ing and striving for supremacy. Al-
most every seating si;un records the
information of a new community. New
industries are being established in all
quarters of tho state. Thrift and -n-
terprise are notable everywhere Lan,
is being cleared; new groves are b.-
ing planted; factories and foundries
ani new enterprises of veryy iinatire
are springing utp all over Ith s:tre..
:ini.! te biusy hlium of indlistr'y goes on
11 every section. The spir' ,t .rIo-
1 s.- 4 s no! <'o ltin iin miy ,)!:e pir.-
li I on l tIle st:;te- it is aIt.'-; i ,l
S' ;t -lloll..
l e- e'-'; ,s . :Ill this i :: 1.
il! ; c l r1 tt i h i!l' 'l l:ry ' t .
IIH' I't' i. = i' 1 '..*' in ly t 1 0 l it i .. s;I iI -,.

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TIESPASS NOTICi:S-11xill iich
s,, for sale i' at i office, lt, ,ch
0r $1 a lozen. Apply Oc;la flainner
o ice. .
Too Much Competition
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S' ii saco a .JourIIa'1 i is asking
that the Wright brothers try ouIt their
aeroplaneis in Florida this year. The
Journal seems to overlook the fact
that Florida has too many men run-
ning for lh', senate to induce an tero-
plane denionst ration ,lown t h>,ra It

We Will

Be Ready % > btorc ., =


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