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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.. THE OCALA HIGH SCHOOL. CITY FATHERS IN SESSION. T t
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Reopens for the Balance of the Year- bimonthly I
The city council held its regular

: ; : : / : Best Year'In Its History-Many meeting Tuesday. night _
> ]: : About the Welfare of .
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to Bring
: i Every Opportunity '
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Made.
Improvements Being
i t; Choice \ 'I--';' -" '.''.. .'.'..** -r' "*"-' "' .. ,' ;" Those present were Messrs. Gates
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: / :' '. : :'; /' Ford Weathers, Chace Carmichael Our Customers. =
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.j. ? : At the regular hour Tuesday morn-

r* "10. ing the Ocala public school reopened I I and Robertson.The We Can Help You, Join the Band.MUNROE ; '
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/ ; : I meeting of the regular and 1
;:: : Selection :;: for the balance of the term after a
& CHAMBLISS
.. ,": : :: Christmas vacation of ten days. special sessions of the council were ,

/o, ;.< <.:: The teachers and children both enjoyed I approved. ..

,',. ... ." -'., .. .-,, .,..f. to the fullest extent their holi- A communication from the *Ocala BANKERS. '
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Of .
I'1* I OCALA : FLORIDA.
day and have gone back to work with Evening Star and the Ocala Banner .

renewed energy and vigor. All )f the asking the privilege of using an elec-

teachers and very nearly all of the I tric current from the Smith and Spencer ,

FINE CHINA scholars were In their regular places electric plant until the city is able 1 I
The New Year's Dance. I
at the opening hour and the prospectsare to supply such a current, was referredto : '

very bright Indeed for the next the judiciary Committee.A .
The :young people enjoyed an Infor-
(Haviland on Every Piece) five months of the session.Mr. communication signed by Wart- mal dance at the Armory Monday RIB

J. H. Workman, the young principal man and Lytfe for the placing of an
night. The weather was pleasant and
: To be had at thePostoffice of the school is an enthusiastican electric light in their locality second
the evening was in every way d, lght-
r ndefatigable worker and is doing ward was referred to the light com-
ful. Itwas as largely attended as -
everything possible to make the Ocala mittee. r

public school second to none in Flori- Mrs. Gary, addressed a communication I! was the Christmas dance and was We Have Now in Stock .
thoroughly enjoyable. I
Drug Store da and Florida has the best schoolsin to the council suggesting the ad- .
Among those present were Misses
the South. Ills hear{and soul are visability of erecting a line fence dividing tjie Most Complete Lines of
Esther Weathers Valeta Potter, :Slat-
in the work and the improvementsmade off the white and colored gravesin
.., tie.and Carrie Williams Ethel Robin RINGS that Can Be Found .
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I since he came to Ocala have the old cemetery was read and referred -
son, Sara Harris Edna Dozier, Allie .
SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, Master Raymond Toph was unfor- I been very marked. to the cemetery committee. <
Van Juhan, Sallie Camp Eloise :Miller Anywhere. ,
Local Editor. tunate enough to burn himself very During the summer the school board W. W. Clyatt addressed a commu- =
Grace Howell of Jacksonville, Sue ?;;-
badly on Christmas day by the explosion had the two large rooms up stairs par- nication in references to discrepanciesin Call and See Them
Anderson, Pauline Sullivan Edith .
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. of a fire cracker in his hand. His titioned off' and their Is now only one the tax books which was read for
Patch, of Boston, Vary Burford, An-
Pr face was painfully burned but not at grade In each of these rooms, Vhich information.The ,
nie Atkinson Leta Camp, Carita Dog-
Mrs.. J.. J. Carstens was up from all seriously. makes it very much more convenient building permit asked for by '
gett Lida McDougald Alta- Pearson, I
Lake Weir Tuesday., for the teachers and the scholars as Thomas Needham was not granted ti>,1EINF
Beulah Hall,. Caroline Pasteur, Messrs.J. .
.- i Mrs. Lee Cox left Friday, for her welL and D. W. Davis' application for a
IL Taylor, W. D. Taylor O. B.
-', Mr. Harry, Walters has been quitem. home at St. Augustine after spendingthe The walls have all been done over rebate on. taxes met with the same
Howse, Harvey Clark, Ralph and Phil /
: sick for several days past. Christmas season In Ocala with in two shades of green and crew black fate. \
Robinson, Stephen Jewett E. B. Dun-
Mrs. W. S. Pike and Mrs. P. V. Leav- boards made the wood-work varnished A communication ,from the water
can, Troy Hall Alfred Beck John Sullivan -
W. E. Fosnot of East Lake cngood.Mr. and the rooms are all exceedinglyneat company was read and placed on file.
', Harry Palmer R. T. Adams,
J"Capt."Weir was a visitor to Ocala Tuesday. and attractive.The A resolution authorizing arid requiring
Robert Mathews, Louis Chazal, Mor-
: F. G. Hoffman, of this city,. school has just received and put the marshal to kill all dogs bitten
ris Smith E. J.' Crook and several Weihe
t,' Twentypounds of sugar for $1.00 Florida manager of the Cameron. & in during the holidays one hundrednew by mad dogs was passed. others. MSA .

at the Fair. > x Barkley Company, of Charleston, S. single desks. These are in thetirpoms The ordinance regulating bar rooms .--
Mrs C. S. Cullen Mperoh8i''thedance TIjeJeweienrA
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C., left Friday for a two week's business .occupiedby the seventh and was read for the first time.BlUs >-*- ,
I Miss Dessie Leavengood and her sifter and excellent music was fur- .
; visit to Montpelier, Vermont and eighth grades which are taught by aggregating a large amount L", I.4_ Ru C
have gone fo Kendrick t') visit ..njst!! d'bIessrs.. Weihe, Hoffman ;;
Erie, Pennsylvania.Miss Miss Hattie Dye and Miss Georgia having been regularly approved bythg._.. 1
friends Tucker and Mathews. ,
Boeger. These new desks are a won- several committees were pass d. .

Edna Jeffords who is teachingthis derful improvement and Mr. Workman Reports of officer" Hire referred to Farm For Sale or Rent.
The Ocala ,Rifles netted more than Commissioners' Meeting.The .
year at Astor, Florida. is the hopes at no very distant date: to appropriate committees. .
1 a hundred dollars on the carnival at-
guest of her parents :Mr. and Mrs. be able to secure single desks for all The telephone :;ordinance and the 'I will sell or rent my farm of 36d i ;
tractions. board of county commissionersmet
.Edd Jeffords, having come up for the the departments.The paving of South Fpurth and Wautula acres in the Fellowship neighborhood
in regular session Tuesday, and :
Sidney Maddox has returned to Lake holidays. latest addition to the school is streets, South Seventh and Sanchez ,
r besides the routine business transacted at a reasonable price. 'Good living -
City to continue his studies at the university its new library. They now have streets and for placing electric lights -
quite a discussion was, entered into I house and outbuildings; partly under
of Florida. M. R. S. Hall came.up Friday from about five hundred dollars worth of ivi corner of latter streets, were passed
anent the proposed new court good fence. Apply to Mrs. Jessie Hay- i.
,. Tampa. He was accompanied by his books. The Elks, it will be remembered until the next meeting. '
.. house. It was finally decided to holda craft. l-td-2tw.
Twenty pounds of sugar for $1.00 nephew and nek i :es, Troy Hall and gave to the school a large part of Clerk Graham brought to the attention special meeting of the board next I
the excellent library that they wonseveral of the council the condition of
: Misses Beulah Hall and Lida McDougald -
:. at the Fair x Monday to meet the citizens of the Mrs D. W. Scates and daughters, of _
months ago in the merchants the present ledger and asked that a I
who will be his guests for the balance -
::.. Miss Ml B. Wartmann has returned county and thoroughly' discuss this Tennessee are the guests of Mr. and '
a of the holidays.Miss voting contest and the school already committee be appointed to go over the f
to Ocala, after spending the Christmas question. Mrs.. J.- a, Pittman for the winter -
had several hundred dollars worth "of same and balance it sup.and procure anew J
vacatVm with relatives at CItra : Full proceedings of the meeting will Mrs, Scates and Mr. Pittman are *ilO
: .Tessie Palmer, who has been histories, reference books etc. Theyare ledger at the beginning of the
appear In these columns later. brother and sister. -I :,
i the guest of Miss Pauline. Sullivan for having one of the small class next official year, which was 'done.
ExSheriftugent., now one of our i
1 : the past ten days, went to St. Petersburg rooms in the rear of the building excellently The present board of alderman will -
big turpentine operators, Is a visitorto i O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O =- o o -
- i Saturday to visit her mother before fitted up for their library. Itwill expire at the next meeting and the reports .
the city. I 01
Li returning to High Springs where be a very cosy, neat and pretty I of officers and the books .of the I Now Open For The Season. \ ;', ,

she has a music class. room when completed. The floor will city are being put In ship-shape, and O ,
Bruce Meffert has returned to Win-
be covered, the walls papered and the will be turned over to the next administration I
ter Park, where he attends Rollins TT
college. At the last meeting .of The King's room furnished with several -comfortable in better condition than has O THE OCALA HOUSE I :

Daughters, it was decided upon motionto chairs and the books will be keptin been the case In many years. I f

hold all luture meetings In the fore the latest style -sectional bookcases This leads us to say also that the (
){r, Bob Sanders, of Dunnellon, genial O
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noon. The meetings will be. held on and in every way it will be a finances of the city present a very fine OCALA, FLORIDA.: 0 '
whole-souled and Irrepressible, was I
the first and third Thursdays of each splendid little library. showing and Ocala begins the new

c "doing the Brick City Tuesday.Mr. j month at ten A. M. in the Elk's hall. Ocala is and certainly has every year with flying colors. O Large, Airy, Well Furnished Sleeping Rooms, II J

right ta t e proud of her public school I Tables Supplied with Everything in Season ,
/ Davidson and f fI
& and Mrs. D. E. 1 1 I .
; Mr. Richard B.. Taylor of Homo- and all of the teachers in this excellent HenrickRobinson.Married 1 1I
down Leesburg :Monday
baby went
afternoon to visit .relatives.' I I F-assa, for'a long time a citizen .of this institution. I Splendid Drives-Only five miles ,from the famous Silver Sp.-ings 0

county, was here attending the Shaw in this city Tuesday morning O Easily accessible from all parts of the state. I II

Thompson trial as -i witness and madeus A New Brick Block for Ocala. at Mrs. Bostick's millinery par- 0

Twenty pounds of sugar for f 1.00 I a friendly call Friday and left lors, judge, H. Bell officiating, Miss I RATESr75c. to $J.50 per day. I

i tot the Fair. -, ,- -- -- x I his autograph on our books. > Ocala is taking no step backward. Annie Robinson of Warrenton Ga.. .O Weekly Rates, American Plan on Application. 0I

Mr. C. C. Rawls, 'of Montbrook, a The indications are that nineteen hundred and Mr. David S. Henrick, of Crystal vyI I .

Mr. A. R. Griffin merchant and veg- Write for Descriptive Pamphlet. I Io
prominent merchant and orange grower. and six will be a record breakingyear River. I

Is registered: at the Montezuma.The etable grower of Anthony, made us a for building. Among the build- For several years Miss Robinson I D. C. EDWARDS, Prop. C. M. WHITESIDE, Manager. ,0I .

very pleasant financial and social call Ings now regarded with some degreeof worked for Mrs. Bostick at Dunnellon, I

famous Gold Medal Jersey butter -, Monday. Mr. M. H. Morrison of Lake certainty are a new court house but for the past few years has owneda --0-0-0-0-0-0-0--0-0-0--0-0-Q, =O. c

scents a pound may now be had Weir, an old time friend and admirerof
and the new government building, and millinery business of her own at .
Sv. .Kuhze's store. North :M gnolia -.
t at F. ----- -'- --
street. Free delivery. 1-3-tf this paper was also amongcallers our we are pleased also to say that ME. A. Warrenton. Mr. Henrick has made .

the same, day. E. Delonest will have a two-story his home at Crystal River for a\num-
f. ; Mr. L. N. Green is back from Clear I =XL
brick block erected on the west side ber of years and is employed in the WRITE NOW
Water Harbor, where he spent the Mrs. T, D Lancaster and son, T.
of the square where the New Racket Cedar mills of that place.

Christmas holidays with friends. D., jr., 6nd Mr. Henry D. Stokes have store is now located. The architec- Mr. Henrick and Miss Robinson met
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returned home from Atlanta. It will tural design of this block will be in by agreement in Ocala and were mar { For Our NewCATALOG' .
r ;air and Mrs. Davis Moody, of Sarasota .:
; be remembered that.Ir.. Stokes and T. keeping with the buildings that have ried here. :Mr. Henrick then returnedto
have come to Tampa and ,will locate -
I D. were bitten by a mad dog several made Ocala famous.Mr. his work at Crystal River and Mrs.

i: t't here permanently.-Tampa Tri I weeks ago and have been at the Pas- W. B. Camp, a Jacksonville architect Henrick Warrenton to dispose of !Lr' kyE

i, bune. teur Institute ever since for treatmentMn was in Ocala Monday consulting her business at that place and later on

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with Mr. Delonest and.will. will join her husband at Crystal River. IR
i Mrs. Hampton g. Chambers, came
t r.t > Fred T. Harris, of Rochester, X. draft the plans for the new block. i Over 100 Illustrated.
44 down Monday afternoon from Orange Pages
Y., spent the holidays at Eustis with
i I Like and will spend the balance of '
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Ms parouts. A number of years ago Frederick Hocker, who goes to Mrs. J. B. Cureton is at the Montezuma ;
i winter .
the hero. Harris on the staff of the school in is his Sit + x '. .
1_ Mr. was Virginia visiting Hotel and will spend some time .

& Ocala Banner and was quite well brother and sister Mr. and Mrs. Wil- in Ocala. She was formerly Miss Ju- o' t ". : ''' : .'' I
Miss Edna Jeffords returned to Astor .:
b 'known in Florida journalism. He is liam Hocker. lia Wilson of this, city. g1 DIAMONDS : '
afternoon after spending ,
: Monday '
4 now telaoKfoh editor of the Rochester 1 : '
a the holidays in Ocaia with her parents, A .. "
Herald.Word -
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Miss Jeffords la teaching school at (

that place this -year. has been received here of the KEEP WARM! ,' JEWELRY "
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death'of Dr. J. P. Smith at his homeIn Ho. 10. Bodkin Set : : '

t lion. Frank Clarlc has already come Saint Louis, Mo, He was the father $125 .:.=&- ; CLOCKS

F % Into prominence as a 'national legislator : of Mrs.Y.. W. Stripling of this city, I \Ve are offering special values in .'- -:: ,

t' t He has Introduced several merItorious and her 'friends here will sympathizewith '

bills, which have called forth her in her bereavement. Dr Smith Ladies' and Children's I GLASS"
Jackets SILVERWAREPLATEDWARE CUT
general approbation.Palatka Herald. I ,
was Jl years of age and had been .

practicing medicine for over forty -. :
All New and ;
x :,h It behooves you to use the best years, Holiday Novelties, "

J fertilizer on your crops. Favorite ..
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Styles Correct.Full '
made arid .. : .
Fertilizers are honestly Messrs. Helvenston and Pasteur :* .

-will give the best results: Lang ha.ve, placed'in the window of their, Satisfaction :i ,' \ Mail Orders Receive- ,. : .

t Swart & Co., agents for Ocala. x store a box of paper money which Is Line of O.. (,' O Guaranteed j ; 'Prompt and Careful, Attention '
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Mrs D. S. Woodrow and little creating a good deal of interest. With : '
Sweaters Underwear Blankets
: .v daughter, Annie Blair Miss Meta each purchase. $1.00 a, key is, givento ,.
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'p, ett .and Miss' Emily Jord went the buyer and one of the keys will GREENLEAF CRQSBYCO :
: Comforts ,
.' 1 barn to Woodmar..on-Lake-Weir on unlock the box and the person securing : Eta.. .. ':H ._

A /Tue day afternoon' to spend several. this lucky key will be presented with <, Jewelers and Silversmiths.: /

dq\/'at the Woodrow cottage, "Blair the box of money. There is also 0 a 'you will savh money by comin! to us first., i '

?: \\'Ula. Wednesday afternoon Rev. G. similar box of money in the window of 4I.\VestIBaySt.' JACKSONVILLE, FIA, t

. 4t. Harrison, and Mr. Stephen Jewett Mr. Carmichael's place of business. pivpnQfnn t

event town to be" AIl'll Wood row's .'. h .winner of the right keys will be Pasteur ,

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IOABOLJSH'REBATING.. : .MONITOR,. FLQRDAG0ES! < : FIRE AT. LAKELAND. FIRST BALLOT SETTLED ITT FLORIDA PROSPERITY AND. ITS f a- narket. In shipment .
k ffor Its deepwater ::
_ ,, '\ :;;; "" ; SOURCES OF WEALTH.- I .the lead on account of '-4
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t' harbor,
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__- :Will! Receive a Salary' of Twelve Thou Several Store Buildings and DwellingS Mr. Blackburn ha* Represented Kentucky Lionel Jacobs, an Ex-Editor of the Metropolis great tonnage: can enter ;
of freIght
_ is Cheerful: and Optimistic thereby reducing the cost ;

.: .:'r.d 'Dollars! a. Year From Three Sailed From Charleston Yesterday-* Houses Burned. in the House and Senate Near as the Years Accumulate Jacksonville will soon be prepared to 1

_.-:: :,;:.- ." v Kim. receive these traveling monster of
upo
and the Coast Defense ly Twenty-five Years.
r .". ; t. Big Companies.Tfew Admiral .Dickens, :

S--, : :' .' S Squadron Start on a Lakeland Fla. Jan... 3.-Lakeland Frankfort Ky., Jan. 2 Judge ,Thos. Probably one of-the foremost sourcesof the However deep. the great source of weal :',

_ .S.zf: If we could only
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; has had a blaze. The fire occurred II. Paynter of the Kentucky court of wealth derived from our industriesis is in our climate. '
York, Jan 2.:-An agreement to Short Cruise. bottle it up and ship it, what an Immense ,
January the second. L. W. Cowdry"s appeals, was nominated on the first that of our fisheries. Hundreds of derived from A
alolih has been Income would be '
rebating on premiums '
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store building the butcher shop of ballot taken in joint caucus tonight to vessels are engaged in the work, a mountain could not g* : ;
entered into New York Life It but as- the
by'the large proportiqn of which aajis.out of
S. C.. Jan. %.After '
Charleston. L. L. Johns, the tannery of Arnold select ,a democratic. candidate for to Mahomet, Mahomet had to go U
,Insurance. Company, the Equitable Pensacola. The cargoes they bring are to
wish
spending the Christmas holidays In Armistead and the cottage of Miss II. United States senator to succeed J. C. the mountain so those who
2 Life Assurance society and the Mu- immediately packed in ice and shippedto breeze O'

tual Life Insurance Company. Announcement Charleston harbor Admiral Dickens' Turner were destroyed. The originof S. Blackburn.The Northern and Western points, and enjoy the ',health-giving ozone perfume ..i-1
i- with the
_ : was made today that Grower 1 coast defense squadron. headed by the the fire Is unknown. vote was as follows: Judge bring remunerative prices. The sea of Florida, redolent have to -f
.. of citrus fruit and blossoms
Cleveland has, been appointed referee i battleship Texas, sailed out today. The Thos H. Paynter, 59; Senator J. C. S. supply of food fishes, notwithstandingthe here In those magnificent res- "1

to decide all questions in dIspute PRINTERS GO ON STRIKE. rapacious enemies, they have In come '
: Texas will simply cruise about and I
return 1
Blackburn, 34; W. B. Haldeman, 10; tibuled trains of cars which are pro-
: that may arise In such matters I the porpoises and sharks. are inex I .'.
to Charleston tomorrow night Congressman Davis II. Smith 1 nec- the railroads for their ac- .1
; by .
_ Twelve Hundred Walk Out in New jvided
and that his salary as referee will be haustible. Nevertheless the United f estimate ,.:
the monitor Nevada will go to Savannah York. cessary to nomination 53. (commodation. It is not easy to (
_ _. $12,000 per annum to be paid Jointly States hatch industries are constantly brought to Florida by ,- t
wealth
\ by the three companies.. )!r. Cleveland and the monitor Florida is bound Judge Paynter's nomination ends engaged in replenishing any particular the every
New York Jan. 2.! Twelve hun- I tourists, which Is Increasing
has accepted with the under for Jacksonville the monitor Arkansas'goes one of the hardest fought senatorial species that becomes scarce. The dubbed ,
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standing that the officers 'jf the three to Georgetown. torpedo boats dred union printers, the employees of struggles waged during the past Importation from the East of pickled an year.optimist, but I have lived to see I

companies are to second him In his forty-four book and job printing con- twenty-jears; of Kentucky politics. and smoked mackerel has become Florida's
Porter, Rogers. Blakely Dupont and most of predictions as to .
Thos. I[ Paynter was born in Lewis greatly reduced by similar my
: efforts to stop rebating. Any agent prepara-
In New went 1
Port cerns York 'City, on a future realized, and may possibly ;
who gives rebates will be dismissed Nicholspn go to Royal. county, K -., Dec. 19, 1851. lIe served i tions of mullet which when taken grand
strike today and began the struggle live to see more. In the whole
from service and will not be employed three terms in congress, and is a member from the sea are a 'delicious and pala- :'
What Florida Lands Are Worth. I of states, there Is not .one
for the eight hour day which has been Kentucky galaxy
by any other companies that are :of the court of' appeals. table substitute. The fresh water

parties to the agreement. It is the desire declared to go into, effect today. Rep- lakes also contribute their quota of whose prospects are brighter.UOflelJacobs ;'
Mr, !\. J. Wicker of Coleman I
was in Metropolis."In .
cf the companies to secure the resentatives of the Typographical Un- GREAT STRIDES MADE IN AMERI- black bass and other fishes to swell TO,,,

_ co-operation of all other life insurance visiting in Ocala during the week and CAN JOURNALISM. the grand total. The fish caught by .
ion say that the eight hour day principle Days of Old, in Days of Gold, In
companies in this agreement It Is when asked how things were In Sum- has already been won in New sportsmen are pecuniarily of little

understood that this agreement is the ter. he replied by saying that he had York, and that the percentage of men Mr. Charles -M. Harvey has a voluminous value, but the money spent by the disciples the Days of Our Apple Time."

result of a suggestion by President article in Leslie's Weekly on of Isaak Walton adds much to
just paid the sum of 1,500 for ten compelled to strike is very small. -
Paul Morton of the Equitable Life As- "American.Journalism's. Half Century'sProgress. the wealth derived from this source.A .
_ -' acres of land in the Warm Springs Away in the glow of our boyhood'sdays
He says improvements are 5-
surance Society. I branch of this business is the
hammock near Coleman and that he Billy Bowlegs Spcnfs' a Civilized I I -
seen in every phase of newspaper acI i oyster, which is rapidly growing -to
wouldn't part with it now for $500 per Christmas. I When hearts were silly and free.
tivity. That in 1855 when FrankLeslie's
HOTEL ARRIVALS. great proportions. Those known as
!" acre. Not unfrequently he says, this We told our fortunes with applesee -
Weekly was established, the Cedar Key take the lead as they '_
amount of money is cleared on these Billy Bowlegs,. the Indian chief who I That grew on & seedling tree. '.
." Ocala'House, Jan. 3.-C. F. Mahoney there were three thousand daily and are preferred by epicures on accountof .' ;
lands In a single year. It has been came up from the Everglades to spend *> S
,Apalachlcola, Thomas }[. Keller weekly newspapers and periodicals of their rich salty sea flavor. A start
done often. He thinks they are the Christmas with Mr. J. M. Willson, jr. Round the blazing hearth of a winter'snight {
W. W. Stanton, F. G. Rush. A. S.Mann. all sorts in the United States. Thereare has been made in the canning of this
; best lands In Florida. They can stand: returned to his native haunts on the ,
B. ,E.: Lena.ro Jacksonville; now twenty-four thousand. He luscious bivalve. The factory has been., -1?
beter than any lands he has'ever seen. steamer Lillie Wednesday morning. I With comrades merry and gay, '
: Mrs. L Cohen, Montgomery, Ala.; says that Americans read more than erected in Nassau county which draws _
both flood and droughtMr. Billy had a great time during his stay As the wind roared loud up the chim
Thomas Palmer, Tampa; James Weir any other nation. Interviewing, whichis j its supplies from the Nassau sound.It .
Wicker Is a native of Georgia here. He attended three Christmastrees ney's throat
Brooklyn N. Y.; It. B. Taylor Hornosassa. now a conspicious figure of every i has more orders than it can fill
: but he Is now the most enthusiastic from all of which he received We chattered the hours away.
Fla.; R. L.: Barnes, wife and i American newspaper did not have a I The phosphate industry Is flourishing _
Floridian we have met in many a numerous appropriate presents. On *
thud Wm. M. M. Hough. Carrie i beginning until 1860. The Ocala Daily and the demand for the Florida ar- S S ;H '
day, As good as Mr. Wicker's landis Sunday' Mr. Willson carried him out And with rhyme, and tale, and a merry
f Barnes Sydney Barnes Dunnellon.Fla. Banner contains more telegraphic editorial i j tide knows no abatement, thus adding (
there are thousands of acres of to preaching at the Baptist church, 1 Jest |
: ; W. M, 'Gist McIntosh Fla.; Z. and local news items than ; its quota to our prosperity.i S '
land in the Interior of the state justas.gcod and on Monday afternoon he attended i f We passed the laughter about,
C. Chambllss, cityf .A7v-B-. Gallagh .t:.. ;any New York newspaper did in i i The manufacturing of cigars exists i
,.and, all they need Is Wicker's the moving picture show at the ; Till the old and sack .t
corn-poper
Tampa; 1T /A. Sullivan, Jacksonville. >., .w.tIie.m 11835.; The newspapers including the in many parts of Florida, but nowhere I
to locate on ;--*. opera house He expressed himself I "
Mo wma Hotel, Jan. 3.-S. L.Mascath perfecting press and the linotype and i, to that extent which it has reached in corn
Marion as highly pleased with his and j I '
county needs a" tl4sand trip
From the "cellar-way" came out
an, Fla.; Dr. II. R. Snow -*. monotype machines, have made greater our sister city of Tampa. The InCrease -
Wickers to locate, upon and till her lt-J*.probable that he will try and I]
T Floral cItj'1a.; Scott Hubbell. Chicago .. advancement than any other one in the past year has been 16-
thousands of acres of abandoned, rich spend < Jnrijnas here again a yearGaiette. And from the cellar's crowded
: thing 'in our modern life. ()!)OOOO which is up :
111.; Z M. Bouner Valdosta, Ga..; constantly appreciat- |
hammock lands. hence.-KissimnuSy Va !ey. I bins
Geo. Henry, Jacksonville Fla.; D. .II, j ing. Those made in Tampa are. very ; S

,r ,, Irvine, Orange Lake. Fla.; T. C. Gilbert FORT McCOY DOINGS. A SOLDIER'S HOME-TOR 'FLORIDA.Hon. FOR THE ,STATE PRESS.. t I! nearly all clear Havana, and give emi I i Were the apple-bowls piled high,
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Then
----- I one an apple would peel so tbia.
North Carolina; A. J. Haggart : ployment to thousands of people, creatIng j

Granville N. Y.; J. S. Morris. Ocala.Fla. Christmas has come and gone. It .. James P. Taliaferro has Intro- I I Newspaper Men Will' Entertained. I a business activity which is cheer. j 'While the jeering crowd stood by
the Before the Formal
: .; L. 't. Morris, Ocala, Fla.; ETW. brought its joys and left its sorrows. duced a b.ll in the senate of the Unit- f Night { ful to behold. Strikes occur occas- C

Fla. W. E. Opening. 1 lionally, but they are of short "Three twIrls'round your head and
Dunnellon. very

Clement ; .There was'but little drinking and ed States for the establishment of a

i. Brown $Petersburg.,- Fla.; J. S, Jolly carousing. Have heard of but one soldiers branch home in Florida.: The r Invitations have been sent out to i!i duration. New York is the great distributing away It goes,

,. I members of the press throughout the Your sweatheart's initial to' spell"
Gainesville,. Fla.; J. C. Priest, Citrus fight Will Brinson and Ed. Howard purchase. of a suitable tract of land, i point.
Fla state to be ,present at the opening of I Very few people are aware of the For apples were witches with rosy
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tried their powers and quit even. not less than three hundred acres, and
Glenwood- W. G. Mathis Irvin Fla, the Exposition building on the even-:i thousands of bags of pottery clay that cheeks
; The weather for the past ten days that the said..home be located on the
ing of January 3. the night prior to I Florida It is And a fellow's secret might tell
Grant, W, Baker, Shelbyville, Ind.; JI| has been such that a fellow did well grounds so purchased, unless a suit- exports. surprising that

., C Barnes, Woods,; W. B. Harris; Oxford to stay in doors. Several have gone able tract should Ie donated, and that the opening date, to participate in a I pottery works have not ere this been t

} Miami Fla. E. P. :I luncheon listen to a vaudeville enter- erected near the raw material Insteadof "Name for your sweatheart and wiak
-'L, E. Lang. ; the of be
across the river; into the scrub after sum $100,000 appropriated J j I I *
tainment and inspect the booths. Ta- a wish
sending it out of the state. This
W.
Thagard, .Jacksonville Fla.; C. deer but few have bagged for the construction of buildings <
1 any. j bles have been arranged in the cooking is another I "And count the seeds they enfoU"
factor In Florida's
:,. Turner, Anthony, Fla.; C. H. Bate-' Mr. Elam Martin came home from thereupon; that all honorably dis- j| clay '
lecture room seats provided, and ,. sources of wealth. I II I Ah many a fortune grave or gay
ilclntosh Fla. E. A. McDonald.
man. ; Jacksonville, where he charged soldiers sailors and [marines
attending
was :'at
9:30 o'clock. a little enteitamment I ,Cattle raising is fast developing I Ii I Have the little black appleseed
: VViUlston: Fla.; Wm. ,Stanton. Jacksonville school to spend the holidays with his shall be eligible for adm.i5 io1.or said
Fla. :Mr. and Mrs. Hicks : will be given the newspaper men. i an industry that will take rank with I told.Count S :
j.
Q ; home. Commander Thomas Owen, ,
parents Mr. and Mra. IL C. Martin.
,
The Ii IiI
laid out consists of
; -4- Leroy; .FIa.The Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Prevatt ha4 the of Ocala:, has received the following I program as I any in the state. At present the export
I quartet singing, monologue, some acrobatic is principally co Cuba and "One I love and two. I Ion
misfortune lose letter in regard to the same which explains -
; to one of thelt twin '
Hen and Her.l Industry.A babies few itself: i \ I work music by orchestra, and I joining territories, but there is no ad-j' And three hove I say,
.. a days ago.
little talks about the exposition and it to its because Four I love with all heart
progress, feed of a my
34 Wardes Building, Washington, D. I
Stevens
Wesley who has been InDo
its objects on the part_ of the president I most nutritious is and will I' And five I cast away.
resident of Tampa the other dayspared quality be '
Sota county for several months C., Dec. 29,. 1905. I I'
a few of his: older hens at 60 general manager and membersof raised here to meet the necessary requirements Sir he loves;, seven, she loves;
packing oranges, has returned home. General Thos. J. Owen, Comd] Dept of I I
cents each. They had previously made the committee. for fattening. Thus Eight they both love
Florida G. A. R. Fla
Messrs. Priest and Mulligan were out Ocala :- an--I I
.- him an' average of three'dolalrs net hunting sheep killing dogs 'last Saturday Dear Commander and Comrade Chairman George W. Wilson of the other branch of prosperity is quietly i Nine he comes;. ten he.. tarries;'

: In eggs and chicks. Such large pro- and report that dogs have destroyed Herewith I hand you COPiesl! of Sen- press committee, will have charge of added -.to the many we' have already !I Eleven. he courts, and. twelve k e "
the entertainment and will be "
to be made noted.The. S marries. "
fits are of course only
: Taliaferro'sbill ,
several of their sheep. ate Bill No. 169S Senator ;
where the table snaps are fed and ed by W. R. Carter and E. 0. assist-I despised razorback hog is an- i'i;
bill for "Branch Home" in Florida
Mr. a ,
A. W. Kinlaw, stiller f>>r L. L. I .
.: the nunber'of .fowls kept Is small, but which bill will recall the The building will be opened I other that is coming to the front to' '1
S passed
Meggs at Dexter, has just: returned you '
at 8 o'clock and will I II I Ah
: there, Is no reason- why every suburban from a trip to Jacksonville. Senate last session, but failed, owingto newspaper men prove Flo ida's resources. The crossing days of laughte/ and days of ;:
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resident and farn>er may'not duplicate I be lighted. inside and out fur the oc-I i of this hog with Choice breeds of youth
I
; It was rumored that Monioe Eros.. want of time to reach. a vote. in the "t. !
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the feat 'some\\hat casion. This will give the ,writers an I i the Berkshire and other What romance the
on a larger. had ,bought out the Dexter turpentine House. I believe his ambition is to noted animals pld time yields, J
r' cale. Tampa Times. f opportunity to see how far the work is destined to prove: of great advantage 1 But Spencer has stolen our Seeds "
see a "Home" in Florida and that he
Stevens
farm: but J. W. the superintendent I has I
progressed and see what shape it
away,
-k' .- : : and thq day is.not. very far
has set himself with aU the at
he knows f such power
says > no i
I is in
for
Doing tha Brick City. i i i the opening.-Times-Union. distant when the importation of salt 0, Burbank leave us our
trade having been made. his command, to accomplish j!this worka peels.

< work that is in the best interestsof bacon will be among the recollections S .Maude Meridith.
Messrs. Tiller and Harp who I
expected Bird; Dnner: at the Kendig Grove. ,
S
Among others \\:e noted the following of the past. .
in the
and
to open up a new turpentinefarm every man. woman child I
4 4had
cousins In town S Our citrus fruits is And old Joe Blackburn Is
: Tuesday
country ; another item in down and
LS at Eureka, have abandoned the state. In giving .to the state and the There was a reunion of the J. C. "
z; A: n. Albritton Daisy; Jack MeCully, our prosperity. .It is estimated that out His forced retirement from
idea for the present. Theyvare busy nation, the benefit of his wide experience Baskin family of Anthony, last Tues- the
Berlin. ; Elijah Ferguson, Fellowship; this year's yield will cover 1,800,000 ; political arena will cause profound
and
running their farm a few miles northof and business training Senator day they planned a picnic at the regret -

C..C, Priest jr., and W. E. Nix Ken- this place. They have gone far Taylaferro ,has been most unselfish. Kendig grove near Citra. About sev- boxes of oranges, besides large quan- !'1 In many quarters_ _. 'it
\
b drbt; W. E. Fosnot Woodmar-on- enough to cut poles for their sham- If all comrades, and brethren in the enty-fire Anthonyites joined in the tity of grapefruit, which e'eryear i I I: ala
Ap hi
: i.: Lake Weir; W. W. Allsop, Weirsdale: ties and tht'n after Geer, their ptate will show him that they appreciate celebration. ;, S grows appreciable flavor. The crop : <'Qla a disastrous fire
superintendent New
.44 Walter I This grove is one of the prettiestin of Year's day. six store
Ray, MarteU oranges and grapefruit will bring duildings
; the efforts made by him it will S
shot and killed his wife
this section of Florida. ':More than were destroyed.
I
$ S I big money to Florida and gladden the it Is thought that the
in his work
making
long a
a
in Ocala go way
they could not complete one hundred birds were killed and this loss amounted to
100,000.
Wants Lamar to Brace Up. hearts of the growers. i .
: ':- their work there, so gave It out fora success. 5'- added. to the other edibles made a
As an 'mpartial observer without any The naval stores export Industry S
: Yours in Fraternity, Charity and S
while. splendid feast and the day was roy- The cabbage
motive for frenzied partisanship itseems next claims our attention. It has buIlt I I crop at Coleman, Sum-
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Loyalty ally enjoyed. The weather was good .
Messrs. J. E. Thomas and M.L. Mc- ter county, is said
S to us that John Sharp Williams, and works out on Talleyrand avenue and to be the best ever
: b Geo. F. Foote. every thing helped to make this
Quaig are expecting to represent Mar-
S grown
; the twice chosen leader of the democrat occasion .a most memorable one. fronting land in that vicinity' from a I S there, and with- no mishaps
ston lodg No. 49, F. and A. )r.. in there will be
t party in congress. has suffered no About That "Smile." Mr. Carlton, the, manager of the hundred to a thousand dollars per' from SO.OOO to 100000
the Grand lodge meeting, which con- barrels :
loss of prestige or influence by reasonS Kendig grove, was present and did'all acre, besides giving- employment; to shipped.
venes the third Tuesday in the present 1
S his lIttle spat ,,:iU\. {r. Lamar of this Ocala Jan 3, 1906. in his power to add to the pleasuresof hundreds of laborers, mechanics and .'

denyCthe of the latter month In Jaxville. the day. Mr. H: C. Gates represented workmen of I The writer of "Roses Bloom; In Summer 4 j
state. We right To the Editor Ocala Banner: every description and -
Ocala at this delightful picnic I Only- had
:t;. gentleman to Impair or to seek t1m You say you welcomed the New character.. Not alone that but it has r probably never spent a
and reunion. winter in Florida
In Will Rival Al G. Field's given an Impetus to the where we have
S. democratic solidarity. congress Aggregation. Year with a smile. You were quite renting cf I some

; : because of a litle personal grievance t. modest and moderate. Some of tour Why Chew the Rag? offices in buildings which have boea t time.fine !!TIn bloom at... the present

: of his own He is just as useful Christmas afternoon and night the neighbors welcomed it with two smiles erected to meet this need. Florida is' Sun. I''

t S : to :'his Florida constituents off ,the attraction at the Grand opera house and others with even more. The attention of some of our contemporaries now the headquarters of this Indus. 'I S -. -------

., Commerce Committee as be Is on it. was tha-ptf Donnelly! & Hatfield Minstrelcompany New Year. is respectfully called to try, and it permeates every avenueof Mules I for; Sa!!!. I

:; : Brace up. :Mr.: Lamar! Mr. Williams one of the cleverest organizations I I the fact that ,the State Supreme court business, and so we grow I eight One paIr htavy. sound wen matched, \ j

: < has In no wise Impaired your carer as of Its kind traveling through Mr. J. P. Thompson checking cJ rk .has finally declared the Buckman Truck farming In the southern part year S /old,. black mules.

a statesman; and you Jake & pointer the south this season. The attendancein at the A. C. L. freight depot, is at school law constitutional. "Rag chew- of the state is a thriving industry, and Munroe & Chambiiss. 2t
I .
: from the Florida Sticks and don't play Meridian was a fitting testimonialto his fathers' home at Pine Mount, near ing" in this connection seems, therefore ; those engaged in It are well repaid for' t For Sale S _-

z;: 'your whole. stake on the Hearst card. the worth of the performance. during -. Lake City having been called there on somewhat' out of order.-Pensa. their labor. The'great advantage that -Will sell a few gOOd Jersey -

)Ir. Hearst has been a steady loser up which not a dull moment was allowed account of a serious accident that be-I I cola Journal Florida has is in being In the mar Bermuda cows cheap; also a number ot

:to date and there Is an Impression to creep in. fel his father last Saturday. lie was 5 ket with rljte vegetables when adJoin- onion plants. Address. Mar-
Ion
Si down this way that he thinks a good Every member of the company is thrown from a vehicle and had his We have heard a. good deal about ing states north are .1ust beginning to Farms., Ocala, Fla.

f.:1: 'd' D.r. more of Hearst than he does of competent willing and clever. leg broken and is suffering severely making the waste .places blossom as I plant. Here is our advantage, and The state------ S

r5; denwcratlc party:, anyhow. Live The first part Is a neat arrangement from the accident.C. the rose-surely fifteen cent cotton wealth flows to gladden the hearts of assemble Baptist convention wii'

: pak. Democrat." ot', stage-settings; the singing ought to do this. The coming year farmers engaged In the ,business. I Between at, Bartow, January 11th

w S > section composed of capable people G. King, jr.. of Cleveland. 0., one the abandoned fields of.th. South Steamships and steel barge building 5' pected. 200 and 300 S delegate&SS are ex. 5 *

pt ,Claude- Deveneau. formerly of this with good voices and the ollio filled of the owners of the Monarch orange ought to be white .with the fleecy sta has taken a step forward that evidently -

S ,city; but who1_Is now empioed'as a with real good things and novelties. grove in Sumter county arrived Saturday ple. means much for Jacksonville's future Just# watch S

S la'undryman: ,by the Ocala Steam Taken... as a whole- the'Donnelly & evening and will remain duringthe during this Pensacola jump ahead

:Laundry* spent. Christmas.' In this city Hatfield minstrels are as good as any winter and look after the shippingof The Arcadia .News has unequivocally Now: comes the crowning point in eala Jou4)'ear of gra'ce 190G. -PenKa., '

S' and 'his, friend were glad to see him. on the road and under the management the oranges. The crop. is some- declared against the. free and unlimited Florida's sources of wealth, which lies 5- ; S

;"- :Mr, Deveneau :slates .that Ocala Is one to which it has been entrusted, what smaller than last year, but the I exhibition of the average street in the yellow pine lumber trade. I Oeala FJa: -

;>'J i:' of'the_ c':best. "cltiW; \,**la*Florida, and, that it bid fair to rival In populor favor fruit is very fine quality, as to color carnival and calls upon ,the authorities have no means of ascertaining the J ben 11. .along- Is on the lUQUrner' S

:1.j; .5 he. ;: ha&. 'prosper"fe ',, y_1..th, re.-Ga.ine5iille.' the original Al G- Field combination.Meridian.Miss. .- and flavor, and ,,'m..'command the ,I: to see that no more of 'them. are allowed number of mills throughout the state j t..GrImn. Stree With ThOrna.svlUe and

""','7 4't'i':, ,Sun.-' ..-. S: >I' ..) Sta; highest prices In the market I i to pitch their ,tent in thatcity. engaged in the sawing of this lumber < vlUe (Ga.) of C ':lrSe.-Thoma.s_
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fi : I -oOo- -oOo oOo oOo cOo WEDDINGS. OCALA'S FESTAL
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",,: j!I ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF ]I -- 4 z"4s

!tif: :I ? NEW COURT HOUSE ADVOCATES. 9 ClarkBonner.The The Tyfer.Tomasso Carnival Miles

following Invitations were received >
I _oOo-- Ii : .Orton Circus and Other At

in Ocala Saturday morning; tractions.Notwithstanding .
Judge Bullock's Published Letter !Has Stirred Many of Our Citizens
,' A MATTER OF HEALTH I ito and'Mrs.
1 Mr. W. E. Bonner the rain and disagreeable
: Activity-Sentiment of Entire County Seems to Be in Favor of 0 -
O O Invite. you to be present weather generally the past : {
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o This Much Needed Building-Resolutions Passed. o
I I' I I at the marriage of their daughter I week was quite gay In Ocala

-nnn- -nnnlinn- -tln -linn- -nn"nn"L -o,,,., Lillian Browning .
I -u- -u- -u- -u- -u- -- -u-- --u-- V" We have enjoyed the carnival at. = ;
rur:
: ROY4IR < In response to a letter on the sub- ? warrants running through a series of to tractions so cleverly conducted by- the : .
Mr. Benjamin Howard Clarkon
ject of.building a new court house for 'I i five pr more years and bearing Inter- Tyler-Tomasso company 'under the -

Marion county written by Judge W. S. ests at the rate of five per cent. These Thursday evening, 'Januarythe auspices of the .Ocala Rifles.

A Bullock on December 21, suggestinga warrants were taken by the contrac- eleventh We also had the :Miles Orton circus .,

meeting for December 30th, to devise tors and were paid for by special taxa- nineteen hundred and six and the Rabbit Foot shows and alto

,. ways and means for building the I tion. He read a letter from the clerk at nine o'clock gether the week has been an attrao : '

\ at % same quite a number responded. l of the court of Suwannee county saying Mexia, TexasAt tive one, and large numbers of persons a
I Home
Among those in attendance we noted that the building was entirely sat- visited our city. _
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: ,'t. '" the following: nudge W. S. Bullock. isfactory and also one from the conI after January the twenty-fifth The last few days have been most

,,, : o,1'11\ :Mayor Edwards, H. A Ford, R. L. Anderson I tractors saying that they would be Ocala, Florida. I l pleasant and the crowds attending the

\ ,\1.: : : R. McConathy, L. T. Izlar, H. willing to build a court house for :Mar- The announcement of the,approaching carnival have been greater -
.!I marriage of Mr. Clark and :Miss
i.; L. Anderson. D. S. Williams, W. K. I ion county under the same conditions I Saturday night was particularly -

:-' 'T. Zewadski M. Atkinson G. S. Scott, I I and take their chances on the payments Bonner was a very great surprise to attractive and as / the

_AitNG ::..'. ,J. J. Gerig, E. W. Davis, L. W. Duval, of the warrants. the host of friends of the groom in I contest for the Queen of the
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this city as no intimation of this hap-
.. M. Strauss, Joseph Bell, W. C. Jeffords Judge Bullock in speaking to the carnival neared Its close the
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,.; r L. P. Miller, Villa longa, P. Smith, L. resolutions read kters that he had py event had leaked out. excitement became intense and the .'

: S. Light, H. W. Long, W. P. Haisley, received in response to his call for Mr. Clark Is one of the twin sons voting for the two young ladles in the .

: ; H. M. Hampton, William Hacker S. the meeting from several gentlemen of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark of this lead was most spirited and animated,

POWDER A. Bullock L. IL Edwards, Z. C. Chain- who were unable to be present. One city. lIe is .a member of the firm of and the votes ran up In leaps and

bliss L. R. Chazal, George Mackay was from 'Mr. L.' Horn a large tax Clark Brothers, proprietors. of the O.. bounds. The votes as finally ,anr

Absolutely! Pure IL C. Gates. J. W. Lyle, C. H. Dame; j payer, who said that he would be willing K. grocery and he is .very popular nounced Is as follows:
both in business circles and socially.Mr. I
C. L. Bittenger, R R. Carroll Henry t to subscribe to any method for Miss Florence Burnett..890-: -_

Clark left on the third Miss Mura Griffin . . . .
HAS NO SUBSTITUTEA Griner J. A. Campbell. I:. A. Burford, I obtaining a new coutr house and 7802

C. L. Anderson W. J. }Folks R. S. wr.,uld be pefectly willing to pay his for Mexia, where his wedding trill be Miss Esthel Murre : . .. .1*

of Tartar Powder Hall, T. D: Lancaster, Andrew J. Tur- I shire of the cost of the same. solemnized at the home of the lovely Miss Eloise Miller. . . . 19de

'. Cream ner, 'J. H. Bates, William Dehon, and Another letter was 'from Mr. John bride. Mr. W. E. Bonner, jr. will be. Hiss lone Condon. . . . filS.

: 1. fro. from alum or phosphatic \ i a number of others. T. Lewis, of Moss Bluff, and among Mr. Clark's best man and the weddingwill Miss Eula Moore.. .. . . . J54 '

t : .> ',. \, acids Ii Judge Bullock stated the object of other things he said i "Let us have be quite a prominent social eventin Miss Lela Farris .. ... . . 232 {

nnn- _, _t _000c0 o- n -nftn- '-nOn- -n n that city. When the. bulletin announced that
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, '. I I i I The Ocala Banner joins with Mr. Miss Bu nett had been chosen the '

'I I 1O O Clark's many other friends In extending : queen her friends cheered vociferous-

r' o 0 to him their best wishes and hop- bShe and a of Miss -'ss
f. I tY' I party friends.

.. : ing that each w'year will be as hap Griffin and her friends and all of the .

1 I 1. !,. K. '), 'Y. I py a one as I the present new year. contestants and their friends were Invited : ;
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l l1 o I -"- -'i-lI'F !', O Alexander-Bruce. Into the Vendome where Miss j.
\1 r. ilalph T. Birdsey left Saturday o '
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I .: A marriage which Rill be of special
HARRIS ,
ELIZABETH Burnett most
SARA f : I a modest graceful \
and
,.. morning for his home at Macon Ga... I ', / ;
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Editor. < ::: : interest to Methodists throughout the "
Local : < beautiful blonde. was crowned queen: ;. >i: '5
after spending the Christmas holidayswith
I ; .fil' 0" o 1 state was solemnized: Friday at 7:30\ by Captain George A. :Nash of '.: ::-; "
.l friends and relatives in Ocala. o I !! ;';'.rt; ;. 0 the :: ; ,. f
C : '; -'<:-" "' ",""'''' O p., m., at the Wolff Mission, Thor' City, Rifles, and was presented with a hand- :' '2'
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HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Miss Carita Doggett of Jacksonville 1 .
I IJ = contracting parties were Rev. W. F. Mr. Tomasso. who has been in
arrived in Ocala Saturday afternoon -
I : I Io Alexander, aged 70, a superannuated '
charge of the carnival
attractions here,
0
and is the guest of her friend. a? -
t Rev. H. Kegwin of Orlando, was :Miss Leta Camp.J. a O member of the Florida Methodist .conference is a most pleasing gentleman and has =

i #. t among the visitors to Ocala on :Friday." r i iI and Miss Mary W. Bruce taken great pains during the week to "

: H. Nance, solicitor for the South- aged 50, superintendent of the mission eliminate from the grounds what would ':

:, :Mrs. William Marlow has as her I ern business College'is spending the 1O I i o I schools of the state for the same in any way mar the pleasures of the .
"
!' .guest her mother. Mrs. Osteen, of UlghJ'I' I week at his home in Ocala.-Live Oak 1 0 church. The marriage was a quiet crowds who gathered there. -.

: Springs Democrat. r I T one but several friends and wellwishers We understand that the Rifles have viV "

I were present. Mr and Mrs. Alex- netted quite a neat sum from the carnival Yf

Masters, who spent 1 e ander, are making their home at the which they -will devote
i Mrs. Arthur We regret to learn that :Mr.: Fred to mak- -
0
o
: Christmas with her parents at Willis- Gaskill is quite. ill at his room at Mrs. o o Ybor City parsonage. ing their armory more attractive.The .

ton, has returned. home. ,I Armvs boarding house and trust that I. .'_ ,, -- --- I. Ellis-Taylor. Tyler-Tomasso company w'l < : =
4<:t -000- -000- -oG -000o0c- tgii -vuutni _,
1;tt'''' I, he will be able to be out in a short the-000-meeting and upon motion Villa- best court house in Florida. I don't A large house party was recently play in Jacksonville during the next ''i

Mrs. George Taylor returned Tues- I held at the old Haile homestead at week and after adding several '
whjle. longe P. Smith was failedu the chair believe any citizen: who has the interest excel-
from Gainesville where shed spent 5is Kanapaha, near Gainesville. Amongthe lent shows to their- .
_ day and L. S. Light was requested: to act ; of county at heart will op- already splendid ,

j the holidays most pleasantly. Mrs. Charles K. Sage returned home as secretary.On .k,4 a tax for this measure." prominent guests present were Mr. aggregation, will go to ,Havana Cuba -

F; ,(: ... Saturday afternoon from Jacksonville, assuming the chair Mr. Smith' !!!! Mr. Smith the chairman Mr. Light, William H. Ellis' attorney general of for a month returning via Miami _

,. Mr. Christian Ax and family, of where she had been for a week with returned thanks for the hoaor and the secretary: Mr. William J. Folks, the state of Florida and Miss Ena

". Baltimore,. are at the Meadows, where her sister, Mrs. Otto Mente, who is i said it was the first time that he hao Mr. William DeH In and others from Taylor of Tallahassee. At the dinner Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Give a Beautiful\ --

will a part of "the winter. that marked the close of a very charm- Dinner '
spend
they ill.After.' Party. 1
f. very I ever acted in such a tatacity but the county spoke along the same lines

.. would discharge the duties to the best as embodied in Ir. Lewis' letter. They ing gathering Justice R. Femick Tay- Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Charles -

Miss Evelyn Liddon, of this city, spending the Christmas with I of his abilities. ilr. Light briefly. returned saiJ that the' i-vvple of the county lor made the following announcement: Chauncey Carroll gave a very elabor : .,'

'. Is visiting relatives at Starke for a her parents Col. and Mrs. W. N. "Fourteen hundred years ago a custom ate and beautiful dinner party for their
.;' I his thanks List were not ol'pod to the building of *A j
C
few days. Camp Mrs. G. F. Armstrong and her was adopted in France that had sister Miss Edna Williams. y ??!
Proceeding at once to the businessin a ne-\\ court house, but indeed, were
little daughter returned to their home anxious in it so much of good sense and pro- The table was very lovely in its
hand Mr. R. 1.nler.Jn:: offered for ,it, and a good one,, too appointments
returned
Mr. J. 'D. Pope and family priety that it quickly spread to nearlyall
: : : in Savannah Saturday.Mr '- the following resolutions: hut were simply opposed to the issuing of cut glass, silver and

_'.: to Ocala Saturday morning after an I II of the European states. In the flowers and the entire dining -
of b ends room
At a meeting of the citizens and tax ; running through a long ,.
(. absence of several. week, and Mrs. C. L. Gamsby will.in of Marion county held at the series of years. year A. D. 1200 the great Archbishop was very artistically decorated. Covers "

: t' U a couple of months begin the erectionof I payers Walter enforced it as an ordinance of were laid for twelve and the
. '. T and son, I court house in Ocala December 30th, Major L. T. Izlar; Mr. W. K. Ze- merry
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. home in .Ocala on the lot the church. That grand old Puritan
u \ ten a lovely i 1905 the following resolutions werepresented wadskl, Mr. Henry.W.: Long and others company assembled Included the
from a
returned home Saturday recently purchased by Mr. Gamsby.It and after discussion"were spoke in favor of the adoption of the Oliver Cromwell the Great ProPuritan host and hostess, the lovely honoree
Oxford.
day's visit to relatives at is the lot to the kindergartens had his Parliament in 1653 to enact
next adopted: resolutions and the speeches of all Carrie Williams, Byron West ..J ek- :.,

children hool between South Second and RESOLVED were enthusiastic for the building of it Into law. Our Pilgrim fathers sonville Guy Zewadski. B ,- -:.::i5ij ,
and -" '
,; :i.'Y went Mrs.down J. R.to Moorehead Lake Weir Friday afternoon South Third streets and is a splendid First. That the need of Marion a substantial/ and imposing courthouse brought it with them to the western Alfred Beck and RobertA A '..,;;; ., ., '''"\ \

t location. world. very elaborate and el -c' .
court house which ; : 2 ,,_
t visit friends for a short county for a new : "
to -
:", "In conservance with this time- was served in courses an< ,: '
will insure the safety of the county The advisory committee named in 't ,
. while. The Ocala term of the United States ored custom I ,now, here in this dear did ample Justice to thi ;R
F the resolutions was in nominationand "
records, and which will be adequateand pub -- '... '
r court that was to have convened hereon old home of her mother around which feast.
t Vandeventer, of Gainesville suitable for the transactions of elected from the floor. The com-
r Miss Emily
January 15, has been postponeduntil cluster tender
so sacred memor-
many During the week that
mittee is of
and composed Messrs. R. L.
cousin. Miss business is imperative
:' is visiting her. February 5, in order that it will public ies, proclaim and the ."-
f announce mar- has spent In Ocala she
_= arrived Friday Anderson chairman; W. J. Folks V. P, to
pressing.
... > Hope Robinson, having not with the famous Post riage engagement of my daughter admired at .
Interfere Second. That it is evident from the I Smith. L. S. Light,. J. T. Lewis S. H. I guest quite l.f.
1 afternoon. which is set for trial in Jacksonville to Hon. William H. Flort-
case Ena Ellis
and
rt presentments made by many grand I Gaitskill William Hacker S. H. Butch parties none have been r..

on Jaauary !!. Edward Holder A D. Mitchell JohnW. da's distinguished Attorney-General ly than the dinner party given by
t: i 'Mrs.: G. W, Moyers and son George, juries in the recent past and from ,
I the marriage to take place" in
April and Mrs. Carroll
"
Stevens and J. B. Borland.
of Jacksonville the guests of frs.loyer's other public expressions of leading citizens
,, REMOVE "
TO "
next 'when the .
roses come again.
Edward Badger all portions of the county This committee will meet with the -
f mother, Mrs. from ::: .
General Ellis responded in his accustomed New Pastor -
FRECKLE and PIMPLES. board of commissioners at
county
that the people Marion county wanta J-
! ., house. their next meeting and it is believed happy vein. Rev. P. T. Rape the newly appointed f
court
new
IN; IOJDAYS. USE The happy and distinguished couple Methodist pastor here, introduced
Mr, Neil A. Weathers who has spent Third. That we earnestly request that steps will immediately be taken r
being present received the heartiest himself to our people Sunday by
the holidays in Ocala with his parents .NADINOLA. and urge the board of county commis- for.the erection of a new court house ,
congratulations of the entire of the :'
poaching
company. one best sermons ever
Mr. and Mrs. B. A, Weathers, returned THE COPLEXION BEAl 'FIEK. sioners of this county to take immediate and that within the year Marion coun- -
: listened to in Palmetto. His .
;' to. New York Saturday, steps for the purpose of arrang- ty will have as she deserves, the fin- delivery L
: I I Cordal to is fine and his
Reception MrPoage. preaching mot excellent -
1\
est court house building in Florida.
i'h' ing for and commencing the work of 1-
and the sinner well
as as the
4 !-_ Wanted-For rent with board. Two e providing the county with a new Greatly in Demand. *
The Tallahassee-Capital of Saturday Christ-loving people will miss a rare =
'
furnished rooms suitable for Nothing is more in demand than a
i nicely court house at the earliest practl-
couples. Mrs. C. F. Schneider 53. medicine which meets modern require- says Rtv. W. M. Poage Mrs. Poage treat If they fail at the first opportunity r'
ble time. ments for a blood and system cleanser,
::, North Magnolia St, Ocala. l -ZO-tf such as Dr. King's New Life Pills. to boar him.
., : Fourth. That a committee of twelvebe and son arrived yesterday from Jack-
II They are just what you need to cure Brother Rape is now In charge of u.cicuit : -_"
aAazr appointed and that the members stomach and liver troubles. them. sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Poage are re-
Try
t have to Live
: their little daughter gone 'Deluding1 Palmetto Ellemcm
I Of this committee are hereby requested At Tydings & Co. drug store, 2 ac.. membered with love in Tallahasseeand
} Oak to visit Mrs. Robert's!relatives guaranteed. Tera -Ce1a and Frog Creek. His appointments -
and instructed to attend the regu- were given a very cordial greeting
I' : fo rtwo weeks have not been made as yet.
.. ". lar meeting of the board of county The Ocala House. upon their arrival yesterday. They
J tires for two weeks. save that the third Sunday in the
.., >, commissioners to be held on Tuesday, The above named hostelry, which were met at the depot by a committeewho month will be giveu to Palinett.i

tit',1-- :President Roosevelt will formally January 2, 1906, and to present these has for years been the pride of Ocala. escorted" them to the parsonage Palmetto News.Mr. -a; Y

: .cpen tho Manufacturers' Put Food ___ resolutions to that body, and at the has opened its dining rooms for the where' a tempting lunch had been prepared Rape was' formerly the f.i.-i-

:: aUJTackson- same time to tender to said board every winter and already the fo them. Miss :May Poage remained -
season man- '-
: and, Industrial Exposition for the Cotton Plant circuit :.i'n -
.' .; Mille t-8 o'clock. January 4th. assistance in our power,* to the, agement is receiving inquiries from in Jacksonville for a visit with county. *

s;,t" house may be friends, but will join her parents ,
court
I' \ 'tl end that a new far and near about accommodations.Mr. r :1 8t
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Miss Mary Loe Woodward, after a 9a r 0,q r p ilk... constructed as soon as may be prac- Charles M. Whiteside, who hasso shortly. Mr. Poage will preach the .3.' ;tE

week's ,visit in Ocala with Mrs. G. C. THE HADiNOLA GIRL ticable; and paid committee shall, successfully operated this hotel in first sermon of his pastorate at Trin- ;

with the permission of the board of ity Methodist church Sunday morning:
Pasteur and Mrs. C. S. Cullen returned past seasons Is still Its manager.

to Marvel Friday afternoon. Formerly Advertised and sold as county commissioners, act as an advi- "Charlie" as his friends all know him .'Rev. J. Edgar Wilson' presiding elder,

NADINOLA committee with said board in the will, preach at the evening service.
>To change in formula or package The name sory Is popular not only with the tourists

Mr. Frank Brown proprietor of the ouly has been changed to avid confusion, as we mater of devising means to build, a who make Ocala their annual stopping Tallahassee Democrat.

Brown House: at Silver Springs; was cannot confused afford with any to have other.valuable 'pre lllatioD court house and in selecting the plans place, but also with the commercial )Ir. Poage was once pastor at Ocala TED r

XT Al'I OU is guaranteed and money will be and has many warm friends here who .
Friday. accompanied for the same.
tIe was travelers the state.
in Ocala 1> refunded in every case where it'fails to re' over -
by Mrs. Brown and ,,quite a num- move freckles, pimples liver spots, collar In speaking to the resolutions Mr. Many improvements have been madein keep up with his movements and "are fake vat ilclti ofg0antltyquality. .
allowness. sun' t.,n, black heads w i beD pact ran r pua trerl7's .
ber of their, norther boarders.e disfiguraing eruptions, etc The worst cases in Anderson called attention to the beau-. the Ocala House since last season glad he Is everywhere so cordially! rerceived ,thty >eere daveDwnimMowa44mattetbatthtr the brat \ :a.t ,,

t'f twenty days Leaves the of skin clear,soft healthy tiful court houses recently erected in and no finer hotel can be found. any- Inr ever aims We are ezena: totloret
the youth
and restores beauty aDd \"egeubIe eeedslUOBhkedAesaaltteiuti,
;Emmitt Owen returned Wednesday Pike soc and 11 oa Sold in each city by all Columbia Hamilton and Suwannee whee i in Florida f ." : Mr. and :Mrs. James Knight expectto 'a.'pi&nUl- -
leading druggists,or by tsaiLPrepared r short while into the' tnueo,free to au appucacu. '
, :' from Ocala where he spent the holidays only by counties and told the methods by move ip.a '
-P. U. FERRY 1a CO? D. 1f1cb.
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if with tits ,sister, Mrs. Will Blake. NATIpNAL TOILET CO. which they were built tqwit;' the I Twenty pounds of sugar for $1 cash, William Ross cottage on Oeklawaha
f Paris.Tenn.
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Wildwood News. board of county commissioners Issued at the ,JtaiI'x avenue. =
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FANCY DRESS CALL r IN GAY ST. AUGUSTINE. Dire Predictions for ,the Year 1906.

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4- "'_ Miss Sue Anderson Entertains Her Cotillion by Mrs. Flagler; is Enjoyedby Lee Spangler who styles himself ? LINIMENTS

,': Dancing Class Last Night at the Many Young Ladies anti "the last of the prophets," has come KING 01 ALL


,, 1h: 'Elk's Cafe served a big Newgear's Armory.- Gentlemen. to the front with his annual prophecies I CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAJWCURES

turke/ dinner, to Its guests. tCIL." _
I
of
REUtALCIA -
for the coming some
,'i, -?:' ,, (From Friday's Dally., ) s This has been a record year for the year t OLD lORIS
SilrlKili'SlKST. '
i avThe; Heading club will 'meet this af- The Armory was en fete last night, Ponce De Leon. Aside from its usual I which, as printed by the Baltimore 1 AJilKILS STIFF -

Sun are as,follows: .COM*.$ad1N$.CMLMJUM.**
a1o ':;-jternoon with, Miss Mlrlaru-lja.tfsur. the occasion being the Christmas entertaining of hotel guests. ?t has I
The dissolution of Russia.The .
:"' > been I
F twice in commission out of sea- JI -
exit : .h --- dance given by Miss SueS Andersonfor assassination of the Czar ofi : -

Ins r, :Yr. C E:. Herrick. Crystal River her dancing class. son. President Roosevelt was a guestof I Russia. 7- '-

the house not many weeks ago and I A' -

LIfE -F-! spent .:New' Year's day' in Ocala. *. The ball was opened at half past for the past two weeks Mr and Mrs. i The assassination of the Sultan of ; : -- -

'
ua eight o'clock with grand Turkey- .. -' -
a march Flagler, with a party of friends, have : 'k
JJr.1 I. Aiken prominent citizen
a of'three r -
IOU ". participated In by twelv puples, Th been domiciled there. Saturday night I The prevention wars by .- ;'r&.w'i -
.,; of Heldtsvflle. was visiting In Ocala President Roosevelt. -
er affair was a fancy dress-one and the the hotel was the scene of gayety, the .

ert' :r: '.on Monday children presented a lovely picturein occasion being a ball"given by Mrs. I A protracted race war in the south. I -- ; I

Utb Destructive floods in the __ f--:
> -- -- th'tir'ar1out fancy costumes and Flagler at which Miss Kathleen Ia Judge W. S. Bullock a party. "
.and United States.
n the evening was certainly a very hap raham, Miss Louise Meeker, Miss Lucy .
I ff friends spent New Year's day In A destructive of Mount
py one for them. Alexander Miss Gibbs and Miss Flod t eruption -

.t the woods hunting., Quite a large number spectators made their debut. Vesuvius. T" :

: '- The of :Mount Pelae ani :
: activity
t
were present and after the intermis- The grand dining room was used i
: Mrs. S. M. Davis, of. Tampa is in
:- : '
L sion j Popocatepeti.I ; .
allowed
they were the privilege for the dance and it was beautifully "

) -- the city and will spend a fortnight I of dancing.The decorated In red and green. Music I .Volcanic eruptions in ,all parts of

with her Mr. P. C Davi.-c
1' ::- son following were those present Infancy i was discoursed by the Alcazar orchestra the worbLThe : REAJ THIS REMARKABLE CURS

h dress: Ellen Clarksofi good I and dancing continued until a late I eruption of np.nyolcanoes

0 'Mrs.; Harry, Lapham Is at home from luck; Ruth and Mary Boney., Japanese hour. The cotillion was led by Mr. now supposed to be ex inct. "I VM much afflicted with rheumatism, writes

L : : : Jacksonville where she has been on Great loss of life at sea by storms. Co. Xansa"/"goin-
girls; Nellie Gottlieb, music; Mary James Ingraham with Miss Louise Ed.C.Nud.lowavffle, Sedgwick '

-rtj :ffa,-, visit- to her parents. Mr. ,and Mrs. Burford, holly; Etta Hood; Sara Davis Meeker. Supper was served at mid- Destruction of two' western cities by about on crutches and suffering great deal of pain. :
'; 'D. E. Mark. I was induced to try Ballard'sSnowTinimentwhich
'O ,: Jean Teague,. and Caroline Pas- night and ended a most delightful cyclones. cured me, after wing three 50c bottles. ITIS THE

:: teur, gypsies; Hope Robinson flower evening. Earthquakes in all parts of the GREATEST LINIMENT I EVER USED;hucuc-
'" :, )Ir., and )trs. J.. W. Jackson have
--" i girl; Leta Camp, frost; Marguerite Those participating in the dance world. cmmended it to a number of persons ell express
_: returned home from Gainesville, where I I benefited it. I now walk
by
.themselves being
.
Destructive Califor- '
I earthquakes in as \
' Anderson. Japanese girl Jean Austin
4 .4# ; were Miss Louise :Meeker, Miss. Kathleen -
( they have been visiting relatives for nia and the without crotches and am able to perform a great
": a short while. colonial maiden: Alta Pearson night; Ingraham. Miss Shull, Miss Lucy Philippines. deal of light labor on tho farm."

Helen Brown, America; Eleanor Crom, Alexander, Miss Elizabeth Dismukes, Rebellion in Spain. .
THREE SIZES: 25c SOc AND $1.00
Dutch Weller Great disturbances all over Europe. ,
peasant; Carmichael. Miss May Dewhurst, Miss Fraser Miss

? Mrs. N. J., Wicker, after spending Jack Frost; Julius Brown, society Elizabeth Fraser, Miss Evans Miss Spangler says further that the sum- BALLARD SNOW LI NUGENT CO.
several In Ocala with her
sister-
: days swell; Curtis Crom, clown; Earl Crom, 'Constance Darling :Miss Mordina mer of 1906 will be hot and sultry $T.LOU1SU.S.A.
] in-law, Mrs, J. A. Walters, returned to \
monk Nellie Willie throughout the temperate zone, witha
; Bullock page; Floyd, Miss Gibbs TIPS Margaret
:
her home at Coleman. Monday.
,. Anderson, Mephistopheles; Pat And- I Gibbs, Miss Amy !McMillan, Miss Alice high death rate. J .4 .,

erson, Lee Hong and Paul Weathers McMillan Miss Kinney, Miss Foote, That Christ will make His spirit felt =
Mr. Robert Adams arrived in Ocala SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
. page. of Daytona; Miss Fleming, of Jacksonville among the peoples of. the United
-
: Sunday and is the guest of his mother
States and England in which ALL DRUGGISTS.
; Mrs. Darrow, Air. Inah.un, countries _
: : :Mrs. Edwards at the Ocala House. He -- --
. : I there are to be fervent religiousand
Mr. Spades, Mr. Boomer, Mr. Van
will remain In the city. all winter. Special Services at the Presbyterian
Church. Xess Mr. Franz, :Mr. Hopkins, Mr. potent political movements, whichare RETAIL PRICE LIST OFWHISKIES

ik : Mr. and-Mrs. J.- IL Belding and children Boice Mr. Lund Mr. :\1c air, Mr. McConnell to overcome in a geat degree the
There will be special s 'rvlces at the
present spirit of graft and commer WINES BEER AND MALT: II:
of Augusta Ga, are in Ocala Presbyterian church every morning at :Mr. Boggs, Mr. David Dun- cialism. ; ,

1 ham, Mr. Fatlo Dunham, Mr. Goldy,
; and are the guests of their relatives ,
10 o'clock and every evening at 7 That the United,States will continueas
Mr.. and Mrs. D. S. Anderson. Mr. Meeker, Mr. Gwrge G.MJS: Mr. .

o'clock during the presoni, week. Awry r.* Meeker Mr. George Gibbs, Mr. .a world power and the leader of Z2P2ESS PZPAI.: 'I )ii ilk Rood'Jugs free-:Not crepald.

Miss Grace Hatchell has gone to cordial invitati. is extended to Couper Gibbs, Mr. Stark Mr. Livingston other nations. Full Q. Measure_._, 4 Q'% oQtS U Qts ti !w per gallon Rye. Gin,Co.n. Good Grade ":
. Hunting Club Rye |; 65 $4 jo 5700Neison f 2 oo per gallon.Rje.Gin .
Mr. Robinson Mr. W. Robinson That Pennsylvania is to have an ... .. ..... I
,
Gainesville where she will visit her County Rye. ? 2 90 4 25 7 50 Fine
to be present at the?* services Com, Rum. C iaiiIy$2.opergl.
everyone ,... .. .
Daniel administration of the people and that Monogram Kve _. ... 5 io 4 60 800.I
:, cousin, Mrs. James M. Pell, for a and we hope that every one that Mr. Henderich, Mr. R. P. Col.Darrov. Hsnne's ''<<" Rye..._.__.. 3 75 5 oo 9 50 I Rye, Gin, Corn Rum Best{or the money.
.-'St. Augustine Record. discoveries of corruption will be made S.>cial Drops.....,_.. ._. 4 o C so* 7 oo I *3 IJO p"r gal .
couple of weeks.
: possibly can do BJ will take advantage Malt Wh'.key..w _. 35 oo Peach and !fellowe
wnich will drive some of the guiltyto 5 9 50 .f' Rye. apple brandy
Peach Brandy ,._.. .......... .
of these interesting arrd exctiltnt: 3 75 500 0 50Aprle I by ge. $t 00 per gal
suicide. Braudy......_ _.,_, .
Florida Teachers Association. : 3 75 5 oo o so
Miss Ettie Cam after spending the meetings. Holland Gin....,.__.._.._.280 4.25' Victoria Rye, Social Drops Rye Medical quality
holidays Tallahassee with rela- That God will wreak terible vengeance ..enevaGln ?__ .. '.. 3 'j ,500 77.)1 LIPS LOUIS_BEER. Per do*. "

. :- : near Rev. J. W. RoseboroiuM is assisting The Florida school teachers assocIa- upon the Russians for the mas- North Carolina Corn.-......_ 265 4 00 700 Ptt=t ff .... --: ___ ...... ........$1 25
- -.: gives, and Miss May Turnley, who Dr. Lindsay at this m tin-. He Is an 'Mountain Corn ..,.. ...... :3 75 5 00 9 soJamacia : RJI'tra P'1e ___.___. _......_ .._.. ,.. i 10 .
spent her vacation at Tanvpa have returned tion held their annual meeting at Miami sacre of the Jews. Rum--_.._..'-' 2 06 4 25 '15O Standard ......._ ,.......__ ...... .. I 00 -
. ;: : excellent preacher and. all who )ear Spangled .has attracted considerable Medford Kum .._...__ 3 75 5 00 9 50 : Malt extra dark ... ...._. .. ........ I 00-
home. him on Sunday and Monday were delighted last week. It was largely attended Crape Brandy..._ .... ..... 3 ;s, 500 o 50 i C3o"'urer. imported.........._..2 CO
attention by his prophecies in the past King of Kentucky Barborn.. 3 75 5 oo 9 so Bat Ale pints..-....__,,. .... ........._ 3 25
with him. and was a ery, splendid meeting Assortment Allowed on all So2s cf Sass I Guinness Stout pints.....__............... 2 25
: and. in conseiuence has quite a following -
: The Ocala Banner wants a correspondent Mr. C. M. Gordon. of IFolntosh hus from beginning to end. The teachers Prie. !
who believe that his power is ? Prices by the barrel on appilcrtlcs-
7 ( : In every community in the charge of the singing and at each from all over thestate were charmed
r. a Divine gift. Among his most no- .
.
: f untr. Help us make Marion county service renders 'several splendid slo with the "Magic City," and the cor-

..'j;" memorable. during the year 1906. Mr. Gordon was in Ocala las year dial hospitality of the people of that table prophecies. which came to ,pass,
I are the death of Queen Victoria theassassination :
during Mr. Holcomb's meeting a: the delightful city HANNE BROJ.
!
;cMr.. D' S. Anderson of the I of Presideut Mcfcfin.ey; -
- : manager Meth i l.it cuhrcl and the friends he Mr. W. D. Cam, superintendent of | "
-- '. :-- XjOcaia and Machine shops, i the Chicago theatre fire, the defeat of
Foundry mace at that time are delighted t J public instruction for Marion county j 246.258 West Adams St. FlaO.cala
3 has the Russians by the Japanese the election -
returned home from a visit to j
:. ,' have opportunity of hearia;; \him and Mr. J. II. Workman principal of j
..,Y j of President Roosevelt and the
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Alabama. -'--- --
relatives at Auburn
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:4/ again. the Ocala High scliool, attended, the I -
I f General Slocum disaster in the North

*?V Mr. C. G. Cantrell',-who-spent the meeting and greatly enjoyed the con river at New York. :

Picnic for Miss Carita Domett.::! vention.! 0 t'The I Furniture GO 4

: Christmas holidays in Ocal, left Mon- -- following officers 'were elected )pnny.Lfl .

:: ': day for Cedar Key' where he is they I I .On Saturday we received a very
:Mrs. Clarence Camp gave, a picnic for the coming year:
principal the public 'schools at that I I neat and attractive New Year's card
\ party on New Tear's af'einoon for her President, !II. C, Russell cf 1;
.i place. from 'Dr. John Gordon Llof Wai,
elf ; sister: Miss Leta Camp, and her gu. &t, Brooks\ille. I -
\ .' j halla S. C. On the back of the card
"''i' Miss C rita Doggett. of Jacksonville.The Vice President-Miss Rowena .Long-
Mr- T. E. Pasteur, who has been I Dr. Law had written the followingNew There
: .. is Too Good For You.
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< young folks went down in i w.lgtn mire of Bartow.SecretaryJ. Nothing :
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-id ('/,/quite ill for several weeks was able I Year greeting: With a year's .. ", .
end enjoyed a trio several miles G. Kellum of Talla 't' ,' .
a ::<.. to be up, on New Year's day and was I subscription and. best wishes for -all," '''''
down the river on a launch. Fruit, hassee. ,:' ;k .
-f: : at Ilia office for a short while r even the "devil," and may the Ban- -
ichji ,' < ." nuts and candy were among the pleasures Treasurer-R. L. Turnef, of Inverness That's a broad statement but it holds good< for you win sury-t.-- -
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of thf afternoon. The weather i gret buying cheap furniture. Now that does not mean thai ; :
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a :- Mr. Byron West has rlturneJ to his and so help to hasten the j > you..
was ideal for a pCD$2: and this :;ollv Executive Commutes Mis>s Rush- should pay an exhoibitant price for your goods. and:'if, rou.utii;;
4 homo in JicksonvilIe, after a visit of I coming,of the "year of jubilee."
: crowd ,cf young foil:* injoyed UuMr ford, Jacksonville; n. E., Hall Miami; know where you can"get the best goods at 1ower..pje'fj> n' -oi.-Y'
l a few days in Ocala with Messrs. Osco .
outing at Silver Springs immensely. J. A. Ormond, Marianna; Miss Miller, I are, paying some other place. -" : ,- ', ;': tg
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Zewadskf
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The jolly crowd was co-nnosel of Orlando. i I is daily envied in thousands of < : }
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-- Misses Carita Dogrgatr, L-=ti Tamp, St. Augustine was selotted as the I homes. as Death claims, in each one, g
, MJsa SalUe Teague of, Lady Lake another victim of Consumption or .
; Mary Burford, Lu Il.! Standley, Alta next meeting place. I[ :
-. is. visiting the family of 'her brother. ; PneumonIa. But when Coughs and Smith & Roberts
Pearson Beulah Hall, Alarguotite Pur 1 i Colds are pioperly treated the tragedy I, -<:
Mr. Frank A. \ llI'.1eon Fort King ,
Orlando Solves Problem That is averted. F. G. Huntley, of Oak.J n- .
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ter Morris Smith, Louise Cha./.al, a May
:.; :: .6J.enu& I don. Ind. writes: ")Iy wife had the ; \
Ralph and Phil Robinson. Frank Harris I Interest. Ocala. consumption, and three doctors
he \ I gave will take pleasure in showing you the best goods at the .
jr.. Robert An 1rsoi and William her up. Finally! she took Dr. King's 1owt : '
T'S more blare returned to the Suth- New I'rices. Everything in the furni :
Discoveryfor tare
i Consumption, line at
c-jsistent
The sink hole problem is solved. It prk**. ; '>
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, d cnlege Sunday afternoon after ; Coughs and Colds, which cured her, ; ,
others \ has been an extended proposition, not and today she is well and strong." It 1 ._ T---- :: ";: '.;;;
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tug several weeks at home with -s--: :: .
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try cous I Kills the germs of all diseases. One
because the theory of draining it was
of the
Rev. J, A. Dixon, pastor '
britton eats, Major and :Mrs. L. T. Iz- dose relieves. Guaranteed at 50c and -
at fault, but because it was impossible tl.OO -
Methodist church in Hardwick. by Tydings & Co., druggists.
IIJah to secure men of practical Trial bottle free. m
in order to get acquainted with the
,est, jr i. I
knowledge equipped with suitable ma-
jj1 laborers of the village and thereby be
Eo Jamie Fox., accompanied by Mr. G. W. Baker, of Shelbyville, Indiana -
chinery, to do the job. When once the
better enabled to reach them throughthe
ii" end. Miss Hattie Carter, went i Is in Ocala and paid this office -
proper parties were secured, It was
pulpit has donned the ofa
to Fruitland Park to apron
'n Sunday a pleasant call last night Mr.
ay,
very readily seen that the plan adopt- t
stonecutter and with mallet antI ,
pend a few days. They gathered oranges a I Baker is making a 'trip through the
ed in the beginning was the right one.
hammer is learning the trade of
from the trees and wild flowers agranite J
t5 Lanv : south this winter and expects to visit -
cutter in the shops of the larg- The well drivers from Pennsylvaniawent -
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from the woods. Havana and other principal citiesin
' 4: to work intelligently and expe- ,
; est concern in the village. Previousto Cuba before returning home. He I
entering the ministry Mr. Dixon ditiously as soon as they arrived on'I
Sam Teague left Monday for Atlanta fis enthusiastic over Florida and her
was sailor. lIe at the bottom the ground. and in six or seven days :
a begins
to continue his studies at the At- -
delightful climate but when it
doing only the simplest of drove a 12 inch pipe down 136 feet to i I says One and Two-horse
lanta Tech: and John Patten Hyman very comes to farming Florida is a long Hay Presses

i left at the same time for Lake City, work. but expresses the hope that the cavity i originally found with the 1 i way behind Indiana.

: where he la a student at the University some day he may be competent to first test pipe of two inches, which Tedders

of Florida. do fine lettering and carving. was sunk nearly a year ago, and in I I
y Pleasant and Most Elf...;... :

t-- another week a second 12 inch pipe 1 I T. J. Chambers, Ed. Vindicator. Liberty C- _

date On Friday" night Ralph Robinson en- was 'driven to the same leveL Now a I| ,, Texas writes Dec. 25, 1902: Mowers '
:- Up to we have had onlytwo I "With pleasure and unsolicited by Rakes .

frosts and no lea Wehave had an exceptionally ferta.lnebetween twenty-five and third 12 inch pipe is being sunkJn the j! you I bear testimony to the curative -

I warm and pleasant winter 1 thirty of his young friends very delightfully ditch emptying from Lake Davis south i I power of Ballard's Horehound Syrup. > '1'-
I have used it in
and
my family can Knife
the at the home of his parents of the bridge, near Mrs. Smith's property Grinders
: with.. exception of the rainy i i Cheerfully affirm it is the most effec-'

wfeather just before and during the Mr. and Mrs. George K. Robinson. The without doubt, after, the Inun-I i tive and best: remedy for coughs and ; ,
1I colds I have S : *
holidays. special guest of the evening was Miss dated district shall have once been ever used. .
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m Stock
_ Emily Vande\enter, of Gainesville a drained, these pipes will clear all the of Repairs

-i' <;01. W. N. Camp and his four little cousin of the hoat. Miss Ethel ,Robinson I I waters that may accumulate. If they I I The, carnival attractions have left Both
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peering
'-- grand daughters, Stella Nina. Nettle and :Miss EdithPatch assisted 1(j do then one phase of the sewerage j! us. having departed for Jacksonville and McCormick.

and Carita Camp, and their governess, Mr. Robinson in looking after his I| proposition is also solved, for all that Sunday but our local colored brass -

T : -MIsa Brand, nave returned home froma guests and...they all spent a very happy I I will be necessary will be'to! sink these' band gave. us a street serenade Monday MARION

fw day's visit to CoL Camp"s grove evening together playing various indoor wells to a suitable depth and drain :j morning. Ocala is never withoutan HgRDWgRE COMPANY.
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Mr W, L. Miller, who,Is in the geological Among the youths who will returnto Miss Porter Gives Carnival Party. talent.: You can't down Ocala. ,

-:. department of the United their studies after spending the holIdays .
Phosphate Mine
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'- ,States service, spent the holidays in w ith their parents here are John Friday night Miss Bessie Porter The monitor, Florida will be in Supplies. :
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OcaU with his parents CoL and .Mrs., Patton Hyman. Florida University gave a carnival party the special Jacksonville on a visit this week. The .

-S1 .....".'?. Miller. He has returned to Wash- Lake City Malla Hough ton. Georgia guest being Miss Edna "Williams ofNew Florida will remain there for five days Section Hose Spiral Pipe, Wire Rope Tram Cars Steam
"" Boilers Engines Pumps
:ington.JSIr.. i Military Institute College Park. Ga.; Orleans. There were over a half I I and will probably be visited by a large and nrnketacks Centrifugal -

: 1. Frank Harris Jr., Donald Frazier I dozen In the party and they spent the number of persons. This is the first VItee1barrows, Shovels, Relayin Rails Wrought Pumps-
Pipe Valves and Iron
:- William Wallace, a prosperous school. Decatur Ga. evening in a very Jolly and merry visit this boat has. ever made to the 'fools Fittings kngine Packing (all kinds)

.. .nw hant of Savannah,Gi. formerly fashion "bumming.," and taking in the state for which it was named. Pulleys, Hangers and Shafting. Power '

i: :an attache of this office spent a part Bart Corley rf th* News, had a few carnival attractions, throwing confetti, Transmission Machinery. '

.- d- of the Christmas vacation in Ocala days off fthlch, by his looks were ttc. John Sharp Williams,has Introduceda Write for special catalogues -- .

s_ j "with his mother Mrs.}Nancy Wallace, pleasantly spent In Ocala and Lees- resolution to reduce the tariff dut-, -

J Qcala'&olo'est dtlxeiu, He left Monday burg. turning up at Wildwood Just Ju Mrs A. J. Lef.vengood and daughter ies. He will first have to abolish the THE CAMERON a BURKLEY CO.

for' SummerfielJ, tt$ visit his sister time lo get out this week's issue.Xews. .- Dessie, have gone to Dunnellon to republican .majority In congress:-Pen- '
CHARLESTON ,
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NO.: 30. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARYS, 1908. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR -. .

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r SARA. ELIZABETH- a HARRIS, MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE CAMP !I I Miss Emily Van Deventer Entertains. J I Mr. and Mrs. Dale Give Entertain- I CLEMENTS-MILLIGAN. MAKING THE AMERICAN- -.

Local Editor. menL

I GIVE DANCING PARTY. : EAGLE SCREAM. I
One of the prettiest, most Tiovel and Popular Young Coupte From Dunnel :.
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HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. I I enjoyable society functions among the The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. lon Married in Ocata Yesterday.Mr. .

An affair that gave much pleasure I W. ].I. Dale was a scene of festal Edward W. Clements and Miss
younger set was the afternoon ride I
Mr. Charles II. Lloyd. of Holder is to the young people of Ocala was M r. splendor Monday evening in honor of Daisy Milligan, of Dunnellon, were

In the city.: and Mrs. Clarence Camp's dancing and luncheon tendered by Miss Emily the Royal guests gathered there from 'married in this city yesterday at the

VanDeventer, on New: Year's day. Miss faroff Russia, and in spite of the fact Presbyterian Manse, Dr. W. C. Lind Here's to the United States of
party Wednesday night from eight to
I i It was almost uncomfortably warm VanDeventer. who is attending Mun- I that their country is the scene of Internal say performing the sacred and pretty America. May they become the great

yesterday considering the season of twelve o'clock. The guest of honor contention as well as strife with ceremony that made them husband est of all world powers not because
son Hall, a college for young women
7. the year.Weihe's. was Mr. Camp's steter. :Miss Sallie foreign foes, the royal ladies seemed and wife. the strength of their army and navy .

Camp, who is at. home from Baltimore in Washington has been in the city most gracious, and in the best of spir- Mr. Clements camp up to Ocala on but by the force of good example

auction has come to a close. college for the holiday season. with her mother, and uncle Hon. Wal- its. The house was most beautifullyand Wednesday but did not breath a word May the nation "return to the fountain -

: It attracted large crowds and was Mrs., Camp Is a delightful hostess. ter G. Robinson, for the holidays and artistically trimmed with the of his intentions to his friends. Miss whose waters spring close by the

: : quite successful a woman of unusual fascination 'and inasmuch as she expects to return to handsome bamboo vine and palmetto.. Milligan joined him .here yesterday blood of the revolution."May it havea

tact 'and Mr. Ca.at plays the part of the, :National Capital today, consideredit Mesdames Sam and Jim Dell two pret- morning and they were quietly ;mar new birth of freedom and assert at '

Mr. S. T., Dell of Gainesville was a host. in a most admirable manner a fitting tribute to her friends hereto ty matrons were dressed in Russian ried. They left on the afternoon train every opportunity, in act as well as -

.: among the traveling men In Oca.a on and their parties always have an at- entertain them in this manner. The peasant costume and stood by the for their home at Dunnellon. Sheriff In word. the principle upon '

Wednesday. \ Kusphere of charm all their own. party started early in the afternoon door with a tray containing bread and Gordon, a friend of the young couple which it owes Its high-. fame and great .

: Airs. Camp wore an exquisite gownof the Devil's Millhopper,seven miles distant salt which each guest was invited to took the precaution to wire the news: progress.

: Mr, DIxon H. Irvine of Orange Lake lavender crepe de chene beautifully being their objective point The partake of as a symbol .welcome beneath to the "phosphate city" so Mr. and Here's to the lovers of liberty :

; was doing business in'Ocala Wednesday lacey trimmed. Miss Camp is yer day was beautiful reminding one the roof. After that ceremonywas Mrs. Clements who thought their ar throughout the world. May they

piettr being of the blonde type more of a May festival than an occasion over they were each led into the rival there as man and wife wouldbe never learn to compromise on liberty's

a>'_ with lovefy fair hair and complexion. of midwinter, with the result presence of the royal ladies, where a profound surprise and that they definition. May they not lose courage j

; Mr. Charles V. Miller has been a Her dancing dress Wednesday -. that the drive was as invigorating and they,.were presented in order of their would elude the proverbial shower of because of temporary defeats. May

business visitor to Jacksonville for night was pale blue chiffon satin pleasant as it was merry. rank. the ladies of the club being rice, old shoes etc., were much surprised they stand by truth "unawed by influence -

2 several days past and she looked exceedingly lovely. On the return home was reached attired in the most gorgeous gowns to find ,a: big delegation await and nnbribed by gain. -

There was formal line. about 5 o'clock. when was serv- Here's to the American citizen who '
no reception supper ever seen at the Russian court, sparkling ing the'ir coming.: They were treated

Miss Gouley Sanders of Brooks- the gay coterie of young people who ed at small tables. The table decorations with diamonds and pearls. manyof In. the usual happy manner of brides I thinks for himself. whatever his present .

:yUle is visiting her aunts. Mrs. R. G. accepted Mr. and Mrs. Camp's Invitation were most attractive being cozy them resembling the true Russian and grooms and were overwhelmed I day politics may be. May he continue .

.- Blake and Mrs. G. W Martin. meeting and greeting each otherin bunches of roses,,each table being con- I dresses. with congratulations and best wishes. I to resent the notion that those -

a very pleasant informal way. fined to a one-color scheme. The luncheon I After this most trying ordeal, the Mr. Clements Is a young phosphateman who, have been "divinely appointed" to -

-: Mrs. W. S. Clark after spending There was a program dance of four- was daintily; and temptingly guests were escorted to the beautiful 'and is very prominent in his control the property of the country .

several months with relatives Tampa teen numbers and throughout the eve- prepared and comprised oysters, con- dining room. where all were helped to home city. :Mrs. Clements is an exceedingly had been ordained of God to d O the

returned home Tuesday. ning dflightful punch was served. The fections, fruits, ice cream and choco- a delicious cup of extra-fine Russian handsome young woman and thinking- the people. -
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aIir. large piazzas and beautiful lawn form- late. It is needless to add that merri- tea and lovely cake one of the royal for several years has been the popular It is not easy to emulate the ex-
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.'J. M. Aiken of Barnesville. Ga.. ed a most attractive "lounge" betweenthe ness and good cheer reigned supreme ladies being at the head of the tableto Dunnellon school teacher. She is a ample of that fine old country negro

is visiting his son, J. W. Aiken who dances and was the scene of much around those boards for some time. pour the ,tea and a number of young native.,. of the Fort McCoy section and, who kneeling before the throne of

,_. live in the third ward. gay chatter and enjoyment. In all the entertainment was a novel ladies dressed in peasant costume as is greatly loved by all who know her. grace, cast to the winds all thoueht of -i

During, the intermission ices, cakes I success and Miss VanDeventer' guestsare waiters. One of the pleasantest The Ocala Banner wishes Mr. and self and in the generosity of soul I

: -: Miss Annie Feinburg and her sister, and other delicacies were passed to I under lasting obligations for her features of this most PgslPct eveningwas ,Mrs. Clements a very happy and prosperous prayed: "Remember the rich and re 4

J after a short visit in Ocala returned the guests and the hours until after hospitality upon this occasion.- the delightfuJLgw c. of which married life. member po'. remember de bond ant i

: to their home at Dunnellon Monday midnight passed right merrily.Mr. Gainesville Sun. Gainesville may wlS e proud.Mr. the free; and when you git fru remembering -
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afternoon. and Mrs. Camp's guests were the The special guest-of-honor; at this Dale was suffering from a cold Beautiful.Reception.. all 'round, den, good Lord. remember -

following: Miss: Camp, Dr. and Mrs. party was... Miss VanDeventer's cousin. and hardly felt equal to singing ,but me" But In the spirit of this

.c_ Mrs.. D. G. ,Edwards will shortly W. IL Powers, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. An Miss Hope Robinson. of this city. later in the evening gave ,two beautiful A beautiful reception which the inclemency day we may at least. Join with "Tiny

::: kave an' electric elevator put into the derson. Mr. and Mrs. A. E.Gerig, Mrs. selections most admirably and in of the weather did. not affect Tim" in the reverent appeal: "Gol ,

1.:: Ocala House.- This will be a err R. L. Anderson..... Mrs. Clifton' Camp, Whist Party for Miss Patch. spite of the cold his voice seemed fill- as a social success was given Thursday .1' bless us, everyone.Commoner.Death .

and 'convenient Mr. and Mrs. G: R. McKean, Mrs..C. ---
treat improvement ed with pure rich tones and the songs .
afternoon at the home of Mrs.:
.. From Daily.)
V. Miller Mrs. Frank Drake Mr. and i ( Friday's were considered a great treat by alL

;i There is quite a mad dog scare on Mrs. Arthur Clark, Misses Mattie and Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Herbert :Mr. and :Mrs. Dale acquitted themselves Henry Robinson by Mrs. Robinson of Mr. Haggard.

I' ; In Ocala. It 'would be a good idea to Carrie Williams Sarah McCreery L. Anderson gave a very pleasant lit- as host and hostess most admirably i Mrs. George West Wilson. and :Mrs' -
!Ir. Benjamin C. Haggard died at
. home for awhile. tle for Miss Edith Patch. of
keep alt dogs at Leafy Sylvester. Valeta Potter Sara party I
and the Twentieth Century William Wakefield Frazier. ,. '
the Montezuma Hotel in this city
G., Mass. The weather was exceedingly -
Sue Boston.
i and Louise Harris, Louise Scott.
Club is to be congratulated on the
; Nothing had been left undone for
tuberculosis
Wednesday morning of ,
; Wr. William Wallace, of Savannah Anderson, Eloise Miller Sue Barco. disagreeable but the youns novelty of the event and their knowledge -
from all and had most the pleasure of the invited guests. The aged about thirty years. 5
returned to Ocala Wednesday Mary Anderson, Ethel Robinson. ladies were present a of the customs among the nobility -

i visit to his sister Mrs. C. L. Livers Eloyse Izalr Annie Davis. Pauline enjoyable time. Whist was the game of Russia.-Gainesville Sun. house was beautifully decorated, and Mr. Haggard came to Ocala about :
months from New York.
three
at Sum erfield. Sullivan Edna Dozier, Hattie Dye and for the [afternoon and those playing the refreshments and ensemble werea : ago .
where he was a prominent bank cashier -
Esther Weathers. Carita Doggett and were Mips Patch Mrs. J. K. Austin Miss Williams! the Guest of Honor ata little out of the ordinary.The .

Frank E.1 Saxon, so popular in Leta Camp. Messrs. J. H. and W. D. Mrs. Clifton Camp. Mrs. W. II. Pow- Pretty Party. in the hopes that he would be :

Mernando and wherever he is known. Taylor O. B. Howse G. H. Ford. '1'. ers, Misses Sarah McCreery, Meta serving table especially was an benefitted by our balmy climate. A
I artistic triumph. The centerpiece was couple of days he became very-
ago
to a visitor to" our city. H.JIarris, :\t. J. Roess J. H. Bell. Don Jewett Mary Anderson. Hattie Dye. : Miss Edna Williams was the honor I
t of: bride's roses, outlined with a star much worse and his father was sent rt
aId Ford. Robert Mathews, H. A. Waterman Sue Barco, Esther Weathers Ethel guest at another delightful party on I
of holly and poinsetta. The cutglass for. He arrived the early morning
Mr. J. S. Jolly of Gainesville, road- Morris Smith, Louis Chazal. Robinson and Sara Harris. Miss Barco 'Friday morning at which time s. on
candelabra had filagree silver shadesin train only few hours before
Master' of the A. C. L. railway was Harry Palmer. Osco Zewadski John captured the firth prize a. handsome George R. McKean and Mrs.: Charles; Wednesday a -

a guest at the Montezuma,yesterday. Sullivan. Harvey and Howard 9'-ark. burnt wood book rack. and the booby V. .Miller were the hostesses. colonial design. In addition to the his son passed away .. :
pretty silver and cutglass dishes filled The body was prepared for burial
v C. H. Lloyd, J. H. Workman. Be 4'Con prize, a box of confections went to i There were sixteen guests and pro-
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glad to : Tith cakes and bonbons there were by Messrs. Mejver MacKay and Wednesday -
Mr. Fred Gaskill. we are don and Guy Zewadskl. Miss Anderson. After the games the gressive anagrams was the game that
after his recent I dint t compotes: of crystalized fruit which night was taken by the fatherto {
tT learn, rapidly Improving The music was screened off In one I young ladies were asked into the dept the young folks pleasantly amus-
t was very lifelike, including whole Salem, Washington county. New
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s-svere illnesi.t1 end of the dancing hall and consisted ing room where a delicious menu consisting td durh'g the morning hours. Miss
: -' bunches of grapes and pears, cherriesetc. York where the funeral will be held.
of a stringed orchestra of five of shrimp salad olives, beaten Loffman,. of Chattanooga won the

; :Miss Beth Liddell returned home pieces. biscuit coffee, cream, cakes and cry- I.rize, a pretty handpainted needle : ,.
Wednesday afternoon from a fecbys' \,: The library was brilliant with meteor New Year Gifts.
served. The table
: stalized: ginger was book ana scissors c .se.
: roses and the drawln<:.room decorations -
to relatives at Anthony. -
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Two Deaths Friday. prettily decorate with asparagus -
was very A dainty luncheon was served after
I _ _ I consisted of palms and ferns Messrs. Rheinauer & Company. T
ferns and a vase. of white. the games on the small tables at
been conducting banked in alcove and white carnations goods merchants -
Mr. Kelly, who has morning :Mr. A. H. an Oca'a's popular dry ,
Early Friday roses formed the center piece. which the games were played the two I
the auction at Mr. Weihe's for the and maidenhair ferns on the' gave to their customers a handsome
Allen died at his home_ in Marti City. Miss Patch is a very attractive hostesses being assisted by Mrs. C. !
left Wednesday forJsew mantel and tables. New Year's present in the shape of -
past three weeks : of and had
'r1; He was seventy years age young lady and this little party In C. CarrolL .
Orleans. The hall was attractive with palms. pretty china plates and other pieces :
--T.: been suiteiing; with consumption for her honor Was an unusually pleasant The ladies present were .
oldConfederate young and Prof. Edwald G. Abel's Windsor of china with their best wishes for a -
the past few: years. \ He was an event. Misses Edna Williams of New Orleans.
Miss Caro Uddon has returned and had been Jiving orchestra furnshed a delightful musical -:. happy: and prosperous new year. These .
veteran Maude Loffman, of Chattanooga, Jes-
home fnyn Gainesville, where she in Ocala for some ;years. He is :Mr. and Mrs. M. Han elsman left tie Palmer, Pauline Sullivan Annie I program.Receiving gifts were exceedingly nice ones and
pent several days with her sister Mrs. a. children. were the three hostesses were greatly appreciated by the re-
urvived by wife and two Tuesday for New York City where Davis, :Mattie and Carrie Williams !

'V J. M. DelLMr. The funeral was held Friday after- they will spend several weeks. They Sallie Camp Janet Weathers Sue An- and assisting in various ways were a cipients. -

1.. roon at the old cemetery Rev. L. W. go especially early this year on account large number of Jacksonville's most
Bethel Gallagaher of Tampa is erson. Louise Scott. Eloise Miller prominent society women.-Times-Un- Mrs. Carroll Entertains for Miss Williams.
Moore nducting the services. of the ill health of M. Handlesman -
Bessie Porter and Louise Moody.On .
Imminent young traveling man in ion. _S4'go.
a Friday morning at the Marion ( in the hope that the change will
'oun-I this occasion Miss Williams was
at ihe Savoy I
the city. He is a guest -
ty hospital in this city. the I be of benefit to him. While in New t attractive in silk suit
a
1 very green Quarterman-Gillis.I Friday afternoon from
Hotel !
months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. J. York they expect t<5 buy the spring with a big green picture hat trimmed -- 5:30 clock Mrs Charles "r ./,

A. Hicks of Martel, died after a goods for the Boston store. During 1 I .
Mr, E. \Yo Clement a prosperous with fur and green wings. The marriage of Miss Johnnie Gillis entertained In a very cl -- -
short lll .ess. The little body was laidto their absence Mr. Max Bloom will be
- young phosphate operator of Dunnel- \ and Mr. Wilmer Quarterman was sol- ner in compliment to her sif
c rest in the old cemetery in the af in charge of the Boston store and the Confederate Veterans Meeting.
Ion was a* the Montezuma yester amnized at the Presbyterian churchat Edna Williams, of New Orli ,
ternoon. branch store of which he is the man- ,---, '
: day. DeFuniak Springs Thursday morning is her guest for the holidaj
:Mr.: and Mrs. Hicks have the sympathy ager will be closed until the returnof A called meeting of the Confederate :
week. exceeding: -
;: of Christmas Miss Williams was -
of their friends In the loss of Mr. and Mrs. Hendlesman. Veterans will be held in the council .
Mr. W. J3. McKay a prominent farm The church was very prettily decorated ty: in a white dress and Mrs. C'a
their Infant child. chamber next Monday for the purposeof
r of Summerfleld\ was registered and the bride and groom stood wore black the two making a. v
Misses Beulah Hall and LIda Mc- brigadier-general, vice '
electing a
;-. at the Ocala House Tuesday. He belongs under a bell made of pink roses and pretty and attractive picture. Assisting _. 1--
We are in receipt of a letter fromMr. who spent their Christmas to )Ia-
Francis P.
Dougald, Fleming. promoted
: to the good old Scotch brand. Mr. and Mrs. Quarterman left ImmediatelY Mrs Carroll were Mrs. George R.McKean -,
F Anthony Finzel written from New vacation at 'lampa and in Ocala left jor-general of the division.F. .
S after the wedding for Valdosta and Mrs. rtiaries V. Miller.
York in which he says he wishes the Wednesday for Gainesville where they M. Hubbard Commander.
-. Mr. Otto Butterwick. of Brooksville where they will reside. The Some was decorated in a most .
: the brick city a very prosperous new year. attend Brennou College. Mr. Troy.Hall E. T. Williams. Adjutant '
Is among the prominent arrivals at Miss Gillis was one of the sponsorsto pleasing way in roses and carnations :;
He writes that he Is now organizing accompanied his sister and cousin to ,-
Montezuma. He will act as court : the Confederate reunion in Ocala flags and bunting. There were twenty -
another SherloAc Holmes company of Gainesville after which he will returnto It is rumored that President McCall,
:7 stenographer during the Shaw Thompson last winter and while here was entertained : young ladies preseat and progressive < :-
which he will not only be the stage Lake City to resume his studies ; of the New York Life Insurance company -
trial which begins today. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. military logomachy was played '?.
manager but will also play the lead- at the university of Florida. t has resigned and will take a '
--V. -I C.: A. Liddon. and proved to be a very delightful -
tl learn that ing part and that he hopes some day trip to Europe and remain in the old
We regret exceedingly game. The scores and the tables were
ill 'it to bring a company to play in Ocala. Mr. G. N. Saussy of Hawkinsville; country for a long time. How these -
Mr. Edward L. McIntosh is very Big Price for Convicts. all marked with mall flacs,'and in ,.
S'lacauga.labama.. This Mr. Finzel says that he Is doing well Ga.. is in the city. Mr. Saussy is very big fellows when they get Into trouble ,Wea
: his home in various ways the mltUary was*
oC9l9. and hopes before long to see his Ocala prominent in Confederate Veterans like to hike off to Europe and '
will be sad news to his host of The convicts for Citrus county carried out. Miss T *sie Palmer,
friends again. circles and was formerly a resident of how distasteful the United States be-
I:.. friends. were leased Monday. As the leasing proving herself the best spelter was .:.* -
Ocala. He is here as a witness before I coms to them! But they should not -. -
advertised quite number -
a
I was largely awarded the prize a box of Huylers. -
return. Mrs. Hannah Prescott was killed by the circuit court and he has many blame the country for what is plainly
Hilburn and son I
Mrs. J. P. ? of bidders were in attendance. [ Miss Mattie Williams received the
from 11cmt train No. 54 on the Seaboard Railroad friends. who are delighted to see him their own wrong doing. '"
morning
ed home Tuesday T7h-n the bids were all opened it ''consolation prize. "' "
: Friday morning about one mile north .
osassa where they had been the guests again. was found that Messrs. Pearson & Supper was t"r\ed at five oVlnck
of Starke. The engineer states that The treasurer of Town Topics the,
; / of Mrs. J. J. Williams for several days.Little Sexton were the highest bidders and and the young .>f..i>le whi> were Mrs._
; Mrs. Prescott was walking alongsidethe Hon Tom Palmer, of Tampa. is reg- printing toncern in :New York city,
they were awarded the contract. Their I Carroll's guests eat ':yed tb'rns1ts

Elizabeth Stevens, :of High.Springs track until he was close to her. istered atthe Ocala House. Heat that got up "Fads and FancIes'wbichcreated bid was $ 7.1O per month for all exceedingly. .;

r is the guest of her grand when she stepped on the track. too one time represented HiUsb
Mr.: and Mrs. Isaac Stevens. late to stop the train. He repeatedlyblew county in the state senate and represented has testified in court that it owns "- -
: farents. their bid for females but understand A newspaper uKvajs to be. _
1 the daughter of )Ir" the whistle which was heard In it welL He Is a big earnest. Tom Watson's Magazine. Tom is get- I .<
1y- This little girl $ chivalry played no part in their bid. hard at work in "building R ;
Starke by several persons but to no clear headed fellow..Mr. into aristocratic circles and
ting
Stevens. very
and Mrs. Henry I interests of its section is the'JCounty : *' -
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.. effect. we do not know what we may expect So far the Governor of Florida has .
Times, published by -- ,:..._
:Mr W AV. Smith. president of the .. Arthur G. Cummer is enjoyinga next. failed to specify the "purchasable C. B. Koonee, at SumterrHle, in' this -
: of"colleges Mr. Otto K. Brown, who has been hunting and fishing trip with Mr, I '
Randolph-Macon system EMher Lawson is a. loser or else he newspapers" about which he so glibly &tat The last issue of that paper
educator was a in Ocala for some months past with Holder of Ocala; and a party of. -
and. A very prominent is -on the side of the copper marketat prattled recently.-Tampa Tribune. contained twenty pages of Illustrations -
guest the Anti-Monopoly Drug store left Friday friends along the Gulf. Mr. Cummer is I
and a -
_.l "sUUortoourclty. Monday least part of the time, which tie and read.gg matter tearin? on
Anderson.. while night for Cairo. Georgia, where he expected today, after a week's ab I l
of )Mr and Mrs. R \has wasted much Ink in condemning. Bay Fertilizer, or Fertilizer the r"sHU'f' <,f the secttea? Such aa
that your
and make
.
been spending will go into business sent'e.JacksonY1lleIetropoUs. a
1l <<\ Mr. Smith had place his home. The many friends he I _______ Still if he canhold on long enough, materials, of Lang Swartz & Co., edition cannot but be helpful in jid.

a week with a friend at Homasassa l he will no doubt win in the end- I agents for the Sanders Fertilizer Co. voicing the welfare of Sumter "," n.f"8t. .-
,
s and stopped over here on,his way to made while here. will regret -very Twenty pounds of sugar for $1.00at -' S -5. Record ,
Augustine
Pensacola ews. Fla
\\ home in Virginia, S \much to learn of his departure. I l the Fair. x I Jacksonville, i -


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%-:f SIX, THE OCALA BANNER- JANUARY 5, 19C6.I ; -- ___ ___ ___ _,_. I

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; THE OCAi.N, BANNER FOR 1906. CHURCH HATREDS. BROADSIDE IN DEFENSE. him that he was thrusting himself Soil -
THE OCALA ,BANNER I what
that's
Well
I OF LAMAR. Int9 the limelight F 11lPOYOriSnea

_ ". I The Ocala Banner will celebrate its Like the fires of a volcano that have we pay him for.

FRANK HARRIS, Editor. t Editor L'Eng'e, of the JacksonvilleSun The calcium glare, is, a good thing
4. '
;: : P.' V. Leavengood, Business Manager. !I, fortieth anniversary this year. been exhausted the fires of.hate that Praises Lamar and Scores to turn on congressmen. and when it t Impoverished: soil, like impov-

_ -- --- No paper in Florida has lived so haye malTed end blackened the his John Sharp Williams. shows them fighting for a position on I I' hed Mood, needs a proper

tory of an religions have about burned Important ,committee where they
an
long with the exception of the, Union We. have ,had a, choice selection of for the people they tiiizer. A elieaiist by annhzr :-
out do good service '
and fccaredy the embers now remain can

part of the Times-Union, and it has bat occasionally a word of Intolerance news and comment on the"Lamar-Wil- represent, as did Mr. Lamar lucky Is the soil can tell you what ; :

Hams row in the national house of rep- that has a limelight-loving fur diffeient'f
changed, ownership many times. is hurled against the Mother the state, tizer to ,uj>e
I, Church I resentaives, for our mental grazing, servant S -

The Ocala Banner has outlived all nduds.I .
I Why should this be so? Why shouldwe and we have absorbed about all the -

the other business industries that feel unkind towards it? During facts in the case and the comments Will Continue: the Fight on the SLick your blood is iuipoverisheii

the long and djgmal period known as man Bill. I
thereon.We tell wIt
r" will
were in Ocala when it entered upon its ';, doctor you
the "D.ikgel it kept the faith-it
of the fact that
are fully aware decision does not prevent further .. fertilize it and give .
the The need to '
: preserved
career. records-it fought the our opinion of John Sharp Williamswill other i

fight and it won the Had it lost litigation. Injunctions or wl corpuscles that
There is not a merchant doing busi- race. not have any effect on the political be instituted and ;-, tlie rich,
t its zeal: had It in its faith processes of law can
wavered
;
-- -- fortunes of Congressman Williams -e in it. It may LeyouAW
and can laeking
ness here now that was doing busj- had it allowed itself to become prosecuted"in the state courts ,
: con-
'Motto: The Banner believing those I and would have kept it screened from
taminated with be carried to the United .States Supreme a tonic but merejikely you
: _< the top well able to take care of I ness here then. There is not a professional other religions, who I the public gaze'if the remarkatlA performances federal ,

:Zthemselves, has taken its stand .in the believes that the birth of the"Child of of the gentlemen had not _court, as there Is a -S. ,ced a concentrated fat food,
man here now that was here We understandthat
'' involved.
barricades with the common people Bethlehe/n, would now be celebrated reached across the Florida border apd question "however,: .md fat is ,the element lacking

: and its fight will be made for the bet then. Indeed, the Ocala Banner Is the in all patts of the world as it has been touched the people of Florida through no appeal can be taken

terment of those iat the bottom. for the past wk? 'I lone, from the recent decision to the United I ,r your system. :
of their servants now doing duty
that
,. only enterprise now living was understandthat
-- --- -- -. In pulpit ;n this city recently States:: Supreme Court. We iI i
we
--------- -- ------' ; in congress. I 1 fat food that is
i There is no
: FRIDAY JANUARY 5, 1S06. doing business in Ocala in 1S6C. It heard an eminont divine execrate this this is on account. of the fact that I
Because he has done this, we now
v the recent suit was entirely in the ', and assimi-
church for its what ) easily digested
has absorbed and buried many rivals superstitions give utterance to the opinion we form- I
hands of the Attorney GeneraL Lake 5-
Ocala was without a Christmas tragedy are its superstitions? ed sometime ago, and pronounce the ted as
and has seen many changes and trans- It believes in the story of creationas : City will of course, appeal to the I
I: : gentleman from Mississippi: an incompetent -
itions. II I given in the Pentateuch; it believesin I courts and the litigation on the matters Emulsionf
leader
; a compromising, easy kott's

A respite has been given the Rawlings the story of the Babe of Bethlehem; i going power worshiping democrat; I involved has only begun. The
We are pleased to say that the NewYear to
until March :, 1906. it believes ia the story of the Resurrection people of Lake City are determined
I and a small biased unjust man. Cod Liver OilIt

finds the Ocala Banner ia bet- and the Ascension: ; it believesin I He stood convicted of all three hold the State Agricultural ColIegewJiich .

Christmas aftermath Pockets the story of the Atonement it be- was located here over twenty-
: emp- ; t counts in indictment him'when
ter shape than it has ever been before. our against
: : lieves ago and winch they will do, the win nourish and strengthen
ty; money gone. in the story of Rewards and I he left Mr. Lamar and Mr. years

It is now in a position to promise Punishments, there is nothing indeed Buckman bill and the recent decisionto when milk and cream
-. t I Shackleford off the Interstate Commerce 'f body
The Shaw Thompson case has been in the story of the Christ that it dis the contrary notwithstanding.
its readers a better paper in all respects I Committee bE"causethese two 'il to do it. Scott's EmuWou
postponed until January 8, 1906. believes.Its Lake City Reporter. :
than It has ever before printed j gentlemen did not agree with him last ,
alwutJl same; always
methods of government and Its "
season on the rate regulation
_ : Florida has ginned. up to last reports and it will use its most strenuous measure of &\success are the most won- I tion. ques- Catching Up With Ocala. .datable' and always benefit-ml
; 33,000 bales Sea Island cotton.
derful in the' world. No other organIzation -
efforts to make this promise good. It i t Marianna is getting cityfied. The vheitrthe body is waiting from;

secular or religious, approaches Mr. Williams showed his incompe.tency -
It: is more "blessed to give than to
has Installed Mergenthaler typesetting I price of shaves has gone up from ten cause either in children
just a
it. It almost has the of --ny: ,
receive but there is a beauty In bot'h.Mr. appearance i ,as a leader by committing so impolitic f: '
fifteen cents. t ,
to
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machine of the latest make, being directed by the divine band-"a an act as this open and flag- ir adultis. -
I I '
. .' Edison continues to make the pillow of cloud by day and a pillow of rant insult to two of the small minor- -
t with many of the newest attachments, I The Chipley Banner in a recent is. vre,will seadjou s&mple free.
prediction that the "horse must go." fire by night. ity he has undertaken to lead to the i homestead

_ 'and is capable of turning out all man<- Macaulays observations along these : accomplishment of good to the country !I sue contained thirty-four 5 ,
Pesurtbatthisi'i4 i '
I notices of parties proving up their : -
i. Georgia is mourning the death of of such books lines are in point They are convincIngly I through the adoption of democratic ; L\ ture in the form o': ..1fciM
printing as
ner job I! claims. AU of the notices are datedDecember
_; Cbancellor Hill of the University of and most attractively stated.In i principles. .j I S ( 1 l, oil the wraj! \I" r -: -
20th This is perhaps, the
,
. Georgia. pamphlets, briefs, etc., expediously. every civilized city in the world. It is an unwise leader who chastises a of m'T.vTjutrle pi. EJ.IU
I largest number of homestead notices MUU ,vo-i buv.SB8TT '-
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and it hopes its friends \\ill bear this and many that are uncivilized, throughits his soldiers when the enemy t.s.so
I .
for the same date ever published inS
; The ,country Is prosperous yet mon- i Sisters of Mercy, the touch of this much stronger in numbers and the i-s' I HECHEXIHTS
in, mind. any county in Florida.-Tallahassee
ey Js scarce. Al Ithat glitters is not church has been felt in its deeds of ;i fight is just about to begin. When \
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I : gold. It has also a lot of the latest faces charity. } Napoleon took command the army i i I j Capital. i

The sick-the halt the lame the un- i I'of Italy, he did not find fault with :' ':: t LC3 PtarlSt. lei YOlk
return th'e of job type and is in position to dp t i :i ij i In the excitement 'incident to the ,
Webster Davis' to Republican fortunate from whatever cause: are its I a single man for his ragged appear. -'
5'K aad Ldi.
WiIHams-Lamar controversy, the $ :
, party has not caused the slaughter the most difficult styles of job printing special wardens. Its words of en- 1: ance or his breeches of discipline. He AlillruggiL&
speaker of the house has apparently
7; of the fatted calf. and deeds of : J ..
couragement benevolence
I overlooked their faults and kindled!
in the most artistic manner and hopes taken a secondary position In the pub-
.1 I l cover the earth as the waters j jcover I their enthusiasm by pointing to the ::
to big success for the year tic prints. Just now Uncle Joe Cannon I
We have several statesmen in Ocala score a the sea.
fertile of and
j I plains Italy inviting:
; is doubt bit jealous ef the Those "Inch" Editors.
no a -
: i who can hold down the gubernatorial 1906. It 'ants ,to make the year a If you want to be- advised of the j I them to the"feast : II 1 -
I :!1 minority leader and the Florida member .
, : office jn fine shape. 1 work and sacrifice of these saintly I Napoleon led his minority tJ glorious -
memorable one In its history. I : Palaika Herald. Governor Bronterd has been criticised -
women, read Brann's eulogy of them. victory and enormous heaps of i
,
If a man had nine lives, like a cat, -- i because his utterances In the
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We are too far advanced in
eVerything \ spoils taken from the enemy. ]
-: he could Insure them all, and thus get Why not lock Williams and Lamarin I In Germany an average of 3.000'pet Jacksonville Sun that "we are afflicted -
that makes for righteousness to i Williams has led his m'ponty to'
: .. even with the insurance companies. a small room and let 'em have it sons are convicted, annually for adulterating with a sprinkling of editors who
hold hatreds against any denumina- defeat and has seen them despoiled by I
out in private? Surely the public articles "of food. To prevent 1 sell 'editorials at so much an inch,

,Every lawyer in Tampa has his would be better off.-St. Lucie Tri tion or creed. the victorious enemy. 'the same thing being done in this with sentiments thrown in."
Let the motto of all religious denominations The minority leader has several
business card in of .
the
i- newspapers country is the object of the Pure Food
., '. bune. We have no doubt .in ,the. world of
and of all the world for times shown himself a compromising
)iJ' that' city. They believe in sustaining Exposition to be held In Jacksonville the correctness ef the goveraor'ss'tate-
I ," the sear 1905 be: "Love Ye One \n- easy-going power-worshiping democrat _
-r Wu Uiy Ha a. Capt.: \\". J.: Hillman of Live Oak ; January 4. '.- ment. 5
other. | tIn
says he will not run for Governor. We the -first place he has recentlyhad

'ir The exports of gum and the imports hope all the avaiUbles will not step In the last democratic national convention Ey the pressing of a. key in the a large experience as a candidate.As .

: of diamonds both Agrees, With the Governor. / he was found in the ranks,
aid -leported
down and out, for \\e've got to havea White House. President Roosevelt will such be in S
and "profitably Is it coincidence i and w-a* mouthpiece for the BelmontRyanMcCarren eame contact with many
arge a j
Governor, and the time Is getting j formally open the Manufacturers' Pure
:: ? I I We apee thoroughly with Governor Wall street brand of I newspaper men; be ought to know
shorter Sun. Food and Industrial .
every day.GainesvlIle f'tpd-itlop.tt
whereof
b
,' Broward In what he says regarding democracy that. saddled the placid, affirms and -we have no
the newspapers of this I state Ha Jacksonville at S o'clock ,a. m. Thursday idea that he deliberately lied about
The Ocala Banner has made OIless. learned of the
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co on
some New York spends $1,000,000 a dayfdr I L one Esopus January 4.
: : wonderful improvements! since the advent Tribune. might have made what he said a litj j I democratic host that needed a. Saul. a it.
drlnks.-Tampa
machine'Jn tle stronger and then he would n<5t not agaln'st I Again, into every honorable vocation
of -
[ a Mergenthaler its This presents a good field for some I a Daniel to lead them the Wanted-By the Ocala Banner a
offlce.-Tama Tribune. have painted the picture as bad, as it foe profession and society on earth,
heroic missionary work. The Tribune bright, nwsy correspondent at every
really is. But we often know many I In the last Mr. Williams unworthy men seek and gain admis-
would do well to call 'Mr. Carpenter'sattention congress pustoffice in :Marion. county.iAR1iEi .
Congressman Clark 1s ,ambitious to to it S things we can't prove' and know a I exhibited his,right to the title of compromising : sion and we have no idea that the, DFO-- -

I .. : ). d a "blind tigerV skin to his other rd many others that we would dislike easy-going, powerworshiping -' fesion of journalism forms an exception -

: .-: : .jbophIes of the political (', aSt Over 100 new buildings Jhave 'been vei 7 much to ,attempt to. prove, democrat when he so complacentlyfelt to the rule. Why it is only the
"
.-. \lcle Tribune .' *n accoant of the scandal It would EMAON other day that the
erected in Daytona daring the past into the net that his republican'friends : [ [ newspapers reported -

Az twelve months valued: .at IJS2.903 or necessai'ly create, and it would be utter spread fur him on the tariff S that a popular preacher la Georgia

:: ;Mr. fdwardtkinS6l\, the great folly for the Governor attemptto had run with "
more. This is an increase of $ S,37 I: I reform Question and the rate, regulation away his neighbor's wife
-; statltlcian and political economist, : make specific charges against any The ministry the
over the i-receeding )'oor-Ha1iax.. t tot question.The churches, the masonic -

:- says that potash is more valuable Journal.Mr .' : the newspapers.:-Lake, City Repor 1 O LITTLE BOY t lodges, and in fact all noble institutions

')f : than ,the iueciou metal ter. Mississippi statesman read: his and professions have their

Jleten Wilmans-Post's second titles clear to the chars* we; bring proportion of unworthy members and
TUere are 6,0rti bills file in con- Gilchrist's Star Rising.
on
.;' trial before Judge Locke of the United against him as a small, bi stll1. un- I doubtless many a worthless man has

' &;1'(088..ithlg to pass Uncle Joe Can States District; court has been set just man in his action against Messrs.! I' Mouth and Eyes Covered With his name at the head of a newspaper
Yet t General Albert Gilchrist is of the
non. ,some } eop.lv think our cOngressmen one
for January ::. Mr. Otis T. Green Lamar and Shaeklef&vrd.It column as "editor."
never get busy. best known and most popular men in Crusts-Face Itched Most Fear-
of this city is. Mrs. Wilman-Post's was small because he used the We should feel sorry wereit otherwise
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Florida. If he enters the gubernatorialcontest -S
leading attorney. power vested ?u him by his party to fuHy-Hands Pinned Down to because every article of
I Governor Broward has not yet di he will be a hard man to beat. genuine -
_ punish two of his party whose ,views Prevent merit pn earth is counterfeited. We
the names of the nt>newspapers He is a man of high caracter and pos- Scratching
Senator Taliafern) has introducedIn t were not his views on a mater of par- ; have ,counterfeit gold silver
editorial space. The boys are sesses considerable means as the resultof I pearl,
on him,"-Lake City Index. the senate a public building bill for ty policy. i diamond and rubies. The discovery
his
own energy and sagacity. There
Ferdlnandina, which I has been read It was biased because he was unable MIRACULOUS CURE t of a counterfeit proves the
existence
tho\ ands of
are Floridians who believe -
: paid that .G n. Joe Wheeler twice and referred to committee. It ". to see merit in the view taken by j of 'the genuine. Hence the
4vulged I that the next should BY discovery
governor CUTICURA
placed In command of New I provides for a building tOo cost not Lamar and Shackleford on the rate REMEDIESienmyeo7WMsmmtli8oldli9 I of worthless, counterfeit
editors
come from Gen Gilchrist's section of ,only
V"Uce. Ha is already ,one of over J 100.000.-Nassau County Star. regulation question when that view SU proves that there are who
." the state.-Jacksonville Metropolis many are
was m/t his vie\r. all "lgh thi view sterling gold.-Jaspes News.
,
, Another Florida newspaper man of Lamar and Shackleford has ,becomethe had eczema. The sores extended *o quickly -
Griffin Ga,) News is kicking Dscrediting: a Statesman. over the whole body-that
we at once called
vade happy holding public office. This view ol a irajority of congressmen. in The Buckman Bill
about Griffin's streets. We will swap the doctor. We then -
lime it's Editor Thompson. of the Dun- S
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y streets with Griffin "sight unseen" or ". If "Jeems" Alexander did not figurein went to another doctor, -
nellon Advocate. lie has been elected The action but he could mot help The
because
Mr.
c anyother civilized town in seven those election cases in Volusia was unjust, him, and ia our supreme court'of Florida has
states. ?lerk and assessor of this city.-Live Williams accused the two I.. despair declared
the
gentlemenof
Buckman
county it wouM be much easier for we went to a third one. school bill to
bak Democrat. breaking the rule of democratic Matters became bad be
of a so constitutional and
the now
peop.e Florida to take the mat- that Me shouldnot
he
Now that ajury has returned a when Mr. Lamar had regular see
? clear-
caucus proved why the few
ter with some degree of seriousness.- holes in his cheeks newspapers, who
,
.; verdict of "not guijty" In those Vo- Theeteran' Florida newspaperman West Palm Beach Sun. ly that no caucus had been called on large enough to put a have been fighting this bill should

r lusla county election (case Governor )lon, Frank Harris, editor of the the rate regulation question when the I finger into. The food cease their tirades. We
: had to be given with consider this
liroward ought to restore J. W. Perkins a
to office-Laka City Intex.j Ooala Banner is to be congratulatedon Wants the Great Wrong=" Righted. rule was made. On the contrarythe -. spoon, for his mouth oneef the greatest and best bills pass-

the installation of a linotype machine meeting was held for the purpose of was covered with crustsas ed this year. The bids for

The cackle of the hen means more in his office. The Banner will The proper.. thing for Mr. Alexander considering a matter personal to :Mr. 5-. thick as he a opened finger, andwheJ.erer the have been let and \\'eVIll the be buildings able

i lor the roperjty. of the nation than be better and .brighter than ever with and others of this county to do just Williams-the question' of hU r"sig- mouth they began to soon to send our children to of
: bleed and one
:. he scream of the eagle. Fourth of this great modern invention as an aid. now is pIton the Governor to reInstate n4tion of his leadership.Mr. did also suppurate hU eyes., as the best institutions of learning in the :

July orators should make a note'of -St. Augustine Record. Mr. Perkins in the office of : Lamar did"prf'(?tly r 3ht" (.t protest S Hands,arms,chest,and south.-WlHston Advocate

, ,bJs. County solicitorfroni which he was j agahist the unjust action of this back body,,in was short covered the whole
Mr. "Jefferson over
said "Change
S your suspended a f3 wweek ago.-Yolwla discredited leader, and the proper timeto and over. We had no The growth of the S
: officers. gentlemen; change them, often. S volupie of local
: A thousand marriageable! women County Record do was the very first time he hada restbydayorjg t. advertising throughout
They spoil in the keeping. This Is Whenewr he was wI I the country is
are wanted In Big Horn county, WyomIng ehai.ce. in his I well illustrated
t pleasant reading far the "outs" but bed* we had to by the record break-
; 5, where there are ten bachelors does The new firms engaged in catching : As to the Williams remark that pin his hands down: :. ing Volume of business
not sound so resonant to the Aucsso_, otherwise he carried by the
' j for every miss. Go ,early and get your "ins." There will be something doing catfish uid trout in Okeechobee and democratic dirty linen shou.d: -,t be ra. face would and Little Rock. Ark, Gazette December
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- Ick. -- in Marion to get,-the "ins" "oat"and the lake above are doing a thriving washed in presence of republicans- make have itched an open mOlt ore. Ttirinkhia face must 10th. in a regular issue the Gazette

the -outs" "in." business receiving good returns for all this comes under the head of bun- U We finally thought fearfully.nothing could help, earned 140 columns of advertising-

: The Cuban tobacto crop has just reported their shipments. A large number II I .comb, and belongs on the list of high- and I had made up my mind to send m1 wife only a record breaker for

S. ::- I its annual failure, but it is The Telegraph would indicate that men are finding profitable employment I' sounding but cheap clap-trap used by with air might the child cure to hun Europe, otherwiae hoping that the sea be" probably for a.regular issue Arkansas but

- : thought that the Florida factories will Starke is a busy town. It has lots here in. the fishing business.-Tampa persons short on logic and long on put under good medical care ther" to Bu for a city the size the record -
of
--: --- be able to turn out just as large a of local news is neatly put together. Tribune. wind. Lord and be blessed, matters came 4iffereztly -Printer's Ink. Little Rock.'
we loon law a Dl 1'aele. '
.' : lot of Havana cigars as ever.-Atlanta and a stranger would judge from its If the immaculate shirt front, of spoke about Cutjcui We made A friend a trial of witI our# ,

S Journal appearance that Starke was a city Every issue of the Ocala Banner for democracy was soiled. Mr. Williamswas within Cuticura Soap,Omtment,and RelObent,ttnoticed Snd us in the -

5---. -- of four or five thousand population.Such the year. 1308 will be a special edition the man who put the dirt on it decided ten unproTement.days or two. Just weeks we .. section. We want news from every /
at the
We' have" received ,some beautiful papers should have the support: and will be specially devoted to the and being soiled let us not be too par. sickness had appeared it also quickly bepa to&I cliJ.the to. give the Ocala Ban. 5fler
daily ;
4 : %1ews of Qulncy, Mass.. the old historic Of the entire, people of the city no interests of the city of Ocala. the ticular about the place of thecleans appear absohaely and weil within. and ten his weeks the child was whole county. Send e doing of the -
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cftt ,famous as the home of two matter !if everything don't lust suit" county of Marion and the state of ing; lefg be sure that the washing is white uaever before." F Hohnth w&I lDlooth,Pteaident and hal? enlng. u every local

president, These souvenirs were sent that appears in its columns. Be aman Florida, and everything- that will up. done, promptly and welL of the C. L Bohrath CoJl1pan1 Man ufact. S
of -
men Silk
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trs., Sarah R Pierce, a valuel and support the paper that helps lift the! people will be advocated irt its Some of Mr. Lamar's critics have June 5. 190&, South to Beth1ehe 20 &iiey Those New Year's -- :

; ri alt-Gainesville, Sun., .. columns.. -, hurled the terrible accusation ,against I1aworId.Cutteur.PoeeTbrlIgii kIap,Ointment Chaa.all4 Corp.PU!.,are! tFNPS5GLM IOId Pi,:'' ail right to make them resolutions-it and better still is :

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THE OCALA HIGH SCHOOL. i CITY FATHERS IN SESSION. .

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I .' Reopens for the Balance of the Year- The city council held its regular bimonthly II
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: Best Year in Its History-Many .
meeting Tuesday night
;. .. : : : :..- Improvements Being Made. For Every Opportunity to Bring About the Welfare of
"" : 0 "" 0'. .... ; "0 Those present were Messrs. Gates,

,r;.;, ," ,:. ": ....,,:'.',.,","..'. ,,' "!.-,.". .: : .' .: ,' Ford Weathers, Chace Carmichael Our Customers. -
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t4,. ::4:1: : :; o' and Robertson. We Can You the Band. r .
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>; : .;", ing the Ocala public school reopened I I Help Join :
'Selection : .- 1 .' ':' 'y-c : The meeting of the regular and I.
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"'f'. .., Christmas vacation of ten days. special sessions of the council were MUNROE & CHAMBLISS,. '

{ ; --0 The teachers and children both enjoyed approved.

f to the fullest extent their holiday A communication from the Ocala: BANKERS.OCALA .
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and have gone back to work with Evening. Star and the Ocala Banner .

renewed energy and vigor All )f the asking the privilege of using an elec- II] -

teachers and very nearly all of the tric current from the Smith and Spencer -

it-itFI.N13cijINA l scholars were in their regular placesat electric plant until the city is able '
The New Year's Dance. II IIThe .
the opening hour and the prospects to supply such a current was referredto I r- ,

,,-. I are very bright indeed for the next the. judiciary committee. ? young people enjoyP.an infor-

( (Haviland on Every Piece) five months of the session. A communication signed by Wart- mal dance at the Armory Monday RlN QS

: Mr. J. H. Workman, the young prin- man and Lytle for the placing of an night. The weather was pleasant and

:::. To. be had at thePostoffice cipal of the school, is an enthusiastic electric light in their locality second the evening was in every way
'. referred to the light com-
and indefatigable worker and is doing ) ward was deught-I 4
fiih It was as largely
everything possible to,make the Ocala mittee.
the Christmas dance
was
public school second to none in Florida Mrs. Gary addressed a communication We Have Now.in Stock t.

Store and Florida has the best, schools 'to- the council suggesting the ad- thoroughly enjoyable.
Drug I Among those present were Misses the Most Line
in the South. His heart and soul are I vlsabllity of erecting a line fence dividing Complete of
Esther Weathers Valeta Potter, Mattie y ,
in the work and the improvementsmade off the white and colored gravesin
and Carrie Williams, Ethel Robin- RINGS that Can Be Found
f X f1- --- t since, he came to Ocala have the old cemetery was read and referred -
I ron, Sara Harris. Edna Dozier Allie
I_ SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, Master Raymond. Toph was unfor- been very. marked. to the cemetery committee.W. Van Juhan Sallie Camp, Eloise Miller, Anywhere. '

r Local Editor. tunate enough .to .burn himself very During the summer the school board W. Clyatt addressed a commu-
Grace How ell, of Jacksonville Sue
M badly "on Christmas day by the explo- had the two: large rooms up stairs par- nication in references,to discrepanciesin Anderson, Pauline Sullivan Edith Call and See Them

IIIAPPENINOS ABOUT TOWN. sion of a fire cracker in his hand. His titioned off and their Is now only one the tax books which was read for
:: Patch, of Boston Mary Burford, Annie -
.. __ face was painfully burned but not at grade in ,each of these rooms, which information.The I
?. Atkinson, Leta Camp, Carita Dog- 9l
Mrs. J. J. Carstens was up fromi all seriously, makes it very much more convenient ] building permit asked for by
Lida Alta
i' gett McDougald, Pearson
i: Lake Weir Tuesday. for the teachers and the scholars as Thomas Xeedham was not granted,
i-S Beulah Hall, Caroline Pasteur. Messrs.J. .
for her' welL | and' D. W. Davis' application for a
Mrs. Lee Cox left Friday
H. Taylor W. D. Taylor O. B.
c-: Mr. Harry Walters has been -1h tor' home at Augustine after spendingthe The :walls have all been done over rebate on taxes met with the same Howse, Harvey Clark Ralph and Phil

in Ocala with In two shades of green and new blackboards "
sick for several days past. Christmas season Robinson
I fate.A Stephen Jewett E. B. Duncan -
Mrs. W. S. Pike and Mrs. P. V. Leav- I made the wood-work varnished communication from the water //
Hall Alfred John Sullivan
Troy Beck -
Capt W. E. Fosnot, of East Hake cngood. and the rooms are all exceedinglyneat company was read and placed on file.
I Harry Palmer, R. T. Adams,
if' Weir was a visitor to Ocala Tuesday. and attractive.The A resolution authorizing and requir- Robert Mathews Louis Chazal, :Morris (
Mr. F. G. Hoffman fof this city school has just received and put ing thfi marshal to kill all dogs bitten '
," Smith E. J. Crook and several Fred G. B. Weihe
} Twenty pounds of sugar for $1.00 Florida manager, of the Cameron., & in during the holidays one hundred by mS dogs was passed. others. / .

'd at the Fair. x Barkley Company, of Charleston, S. new' single desks. These are in the ThJ ordlnance regulating bar rooms \ .
Mrs. C. S. Cullen chaperoned the The Jeweler .l
C., left. Friday for a two week's business i- rooms occupied by the seventh :and was!read for the first time. ,
and her'sifter dance and excellent music was fur-
t Dessie Leayengood
Miss
visit to Montpelier, Vermont and eighth grades, which are taught by Bills aggregating a large amount L .J
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i" have to Kendrick to visit nished by Messrs. Weihe, Hoffman, '
gone Erie Pennsylvania.Miss Miss Hattie Dye and Miss Georgia having.been regularly approved by the
t Tucker and Mathews.Commissioners'.
friends. Boeger. These new desks are a wonderful several committees were passed.

Edna Jeffords, who is teaching improvement and Mr. Work- Reports of officers were referred to A Farm For Sale or Rent,
k' 'The Ocala Rifles netted more thana 1 Meeting.
I this year at Astor Florida, is the man hopes at no very distant date to appropriate committees. -
the carnival at- t '
hundred dollars on guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. be able to ,secure single desks for all Tbeftelephone.rf.. ordinance and thepav'tof The board of county commissionersmet I will sell or rent my farm of 360
; tractions.
Edd Jeffords, having come up for the the departments. : South Fourth and Wautula in regular session Tuesday andbesides acres in the Fellowship neighborhood.
The latest addition to the;.school I* stt tSrJ South Seventh and Sanchez
'.. Sidney Maddox has returned to Lake holidays. the routine business transacted at a reasonable price. Good living
its new library. They'now ,ha>e. St and for placing electric lights
City to continue |is studies, at the university J quite a discussion was entered into house and outbuildings; partly under
about five hundred dollars w&rlb, of rier of latter streets were passed
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of Flor11. :II. R. S. Hall came up Friday from : anent the proposed new court good fence. Apply to Mrs. Jessie Hay-
S books. The Elks, it.will be remembered t1 ti fe: next meeting.
his
Tampa.. He was accompanied by house. It. was finally decided to hold craft. l-td-tw.
f gave to the school a large part of 'Clew Graham brought to the atten-' I
Twenty pounds of,sugar for $1.00 nephew and _neices Troy Hall and ": a special meeting of the board next r
the Fair .V. Misses Beulah Hall and Lida McDougaid"ltlll the excellent! library that:. "t,they'won *.f the council the condition* of Monday to meet the citizens of the Mrs. D. W. Scates and daughters, of
at . v -> ... ""' several months :ago'4nthe mercHaifts the present ledger.,aud asked that a .... .
{ .i'i....! ,+has returnedto be his gUests for'1he balance county and thoroughly discuss this Tennessee, are the guests of :Mr. and '- '
Miss M. B. Wartmattn voting contest and the school alreadyhad committee be appointed to go over the
of the holidays., Question. Mrs. J. A. Pittman for the winter.
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Ocala after spending the Christmas several hundred dollars worth of same and balance it up and procure a J
Full proceedings of the meeting will Mrs. Scates and Mr. Pittman are
vacation with relatives at Cltra.ExSheriff Miss Jessie Palmer, who has been histories, reference books, etc. They new ledger at the beginning of the appear in these columns later. t I brother and sister.

the guest of Miss Pauline Sullivan for are having one of the small class next official year which was done.

Nugent now one of our the past ten days went to St. Peters- rooms in the rear of the building excellently The present board of alderman will |i
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big turpentine operators, is a visitor burg Saturday to visit her mother before fitted up for their library. It expire at the next meeting and the re- j -- I II

9' to the city. returning to High Springs, where will be a very cosy, neat and pretty ports of officers and the books of the I I. Now Open For They Season. O -

I she has a music class.' room when completed. The floor will city are being put In ship-shape cn-1 o I

i r Bruce Meffert has returned to Winter be covered, the walls papered and the I will be turned over to the next administration I O

t t Park, where he attends Rollins I j I At the last meeting of The King'sII II, room furnished with several comfortable in better condition than has o THE OCALA HOUSE

college. [ Daughters it was decided upon motionto chairs and the books will be keptin been the case in many years. 1 O

hold all tuture meetings In the fore the latest style sectional bookcases This leads us to say also that the 1o 1I I =

IIr. Bob Sanders of Dunnellon genial noon. The meetings will be held on and in every way it will be a finances of the city present a very fine OCALA, FLORIDA. o

whole*souled and irrepressible, was. the first and third Thursdays of each splendid little library. showing and Ocala, begins the new I I : a aa

"doing," the Brick City Tuesday. month at ten A. M. in the Elk's halL Ocala Is and certainly has every year with flying colors.HemrickRobinson.. 0 Large, Airy, Well Furnished. Sleeping Rooms, o

j right to be proud of her public school a 1 Tables Supplied with Everything in Season.
D. E. Davidson and''I I
and Mrs.
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,.>i t Mr Mr. Richard B. Taylor, of Homo- and all of the teachers In this excellent .
t baby went down to Leesburg Monday five miles from the famous Silver Sp.-ings 0
sassa, for a long time a citizen of this institution. I Splendid Drives-Only '
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afternoon to visit 'relatives. county, was here attending the Shaw / Married, In this city, Tuesday,morn- Q Easily accessible from all parts of the state. I

Thompson trial as a witness and madeus 'A New Brick Block for Ocala. ing, at Mrs. Bostick's millinery parlors 1\0

Twenty pounds of sugar for $1.00at I I a friendly call Friday and left Judge. J. H. Bell officiating Miss o' RATES: 75c. to $1.50 per day. I .

the Fair_ __- ,--- x his autograph on our books. Ocala is taking no step backward. i Annie Robinson of -arrenton Ga.. .., Weekly Rates, American Plan on Application o
that nineteen hun- and Mr. David S. Henrlck, of Crystal
indications
; Mr. C. C. P.awls, of Montbrook, a The are I i
Write Pamphlet.j
prominent merchant and orange grow: Mr. A. R. Griffin, merchant and veg- dred and six will be a record breaking River. for Descriptive 0

#1 er, is registered at the Montezuma. etable grower of Anthony made us a year for building. Amon the buildIngs For several years Miss Robinson j D. C. EDWARDS, Prop. C. MWHITESIDE, Manager. I

very pleasant financial and social call ,no\v regarded with some degree worked for Mrs. Bostick at Dunnellon -
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::! The famous Gold Medal Jersey but- Monday. Mr. M. IL Morrison, of Lake of certainty are a new court house but for the past few years has owneda -0-0-0--0-0-0-0-'O-0-0-0--0-0-0 .

ter, scents: a Bound may now be had Weir an old time friend and admirerof and the new government building and millinery business of her own at .----
at F W Kunze's store. Northr 1-3-tf-, this paper, was also among our j we are pleased also to say that Mr. A. Warrenton. Mr. Henrick has made .
nolia street. Free delivery. ,
callers the same day. E. Delonest will have a two-story his home at Crystal River for a num-

: Mr. Lu X. Green Is back from ClearWater brick block erected on the west side ber of years and is employed in the WRITE NOW 5 -

1 Harbor, where he spent the Mrs. T. D. Lancaster and son, T. of the square where the New Racket Cedar mills of that place. .

Christmas holidays with friends. D., jr., and Mr. Henry D. Stokes have store Is now located. The architec- Mr. Henrick and Miss Robinson met : _

F t returned home from Atlanta. It will tural design of this block will be in by agreement in Ocala and were mar- For OurNewCATALOG S 5 _

:Mr. !and Mrs. Davis Moody, of Sarasota be remembered that Mr..Stokes and T. keeping with the buildings that have ried her Mr. Henrick then returnedto .

have come to Tampa and,will locate D. were bitten by a mad dog several made Ocala famous. his work at Crystal River and Mrs.

here permant>ntly.-Tampa Tri been at the Pasteur I Henrick Warrenton to dispose of S
weeks ago and have Mr. W. B. Camp, a Jacksonville architect -

bune. Institute ever since for treatment.Mr. was in Ocala Monday con- her business at that place and later on : fi

sulting with Mr. Delonest and will will join her husband at Crystal Riv-

# Mrs. Hampton S. Chambers came Fred T. Harris, of Rochester, X. draft the plans for the new block. er. Over 100 Pages Illustrated... -

down Monday ,afternoon from Orange Y., spent the holidays at Eustis with I ; tS ,

Lake and will spend the balance of Ms parents A number of years ago I II Frederick Hooker, who goes to I Mrs. J. B. Cureton is at the Montezuma 4

the winter here. I Mr. Harris was on the staff of the : school In Virginia is visiting his Hotel and will spend' some time

.Ocala Banner and was quite well brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. William In Ocala: She was formerly Miss Julia 3tn "

Miss. Edna Jeffords returned to Aster i known in Florida journalism. He is Hocker. Wilson of this city. DIAMONDS, ',.".

Monday afternoon after spendingthe row telegraph editor of the Rochester .------ 4 ." -
holidays in Ocala with her parents Herald WATCHES,

Miss Jeffords is teaching school at .i .

that place this year. Word has been received here of the KEEP WARM! -5 \ S JEWELRY, .,

death of Dr. J, F. Smith at his homein No. 10 Bodkin Set ;

Hon Frank Clark has already come Saint Louis Mo. He was the fatherof $1.25 CLOCKS, I

Into ,prominence as a national legis- Mrs. W. W Stripling of this city We are offering spffill values in
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lator. He has introduced several mer- and her friends here will sympathizewith

itorious bills which have called forth her in her bereavement. Dr. Smith Ladies' and Children's Jackets SILVERWARE. PLATEDWARE CUT GLASS,

general approbation.-Palitka Herald.It was 75 years of age and had been > '.'

practicing medicine for over forty All :Xew and '
Novelties
behooves you to use the best years -- Holiday .
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fertilizes on your crops. Favorite > Styles Correct. ... >_ s '
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, Fertilizers are honestly Messrs. llelvenston .! : .' : Satisfaction Mail' Orders Receive .
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r best results. Lang, Jn the window of their : > ; ; ', : ", .
will g1the have placed > -
Full Line of ,, Guaranteed k Prompt and Careful Attention.
x.1,4 Sward & Co., agents. for Ocala x store a box of-aper money which is ,OC....' 0

Mrs. I), S,' Woodrow and little creating a good deal of interest. With Sweaters Underwear Blankets ., ,

daughter Annie Blair, Miss Meta each purchase of $1.00 a key is givento I ,, GREENLEAF & CROSBY'CO

i S ewett and Miss Emily Ford went the buyer and one-of the keys willunlock I ,
Comforts Etc
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i owito Woodmar-on-Lake-Weir on the box: and the person securing: I Jewelers and Silversmiths. ---c: ---

esday afternoon to spend several this lucky key will be presented with : ,

: ys at the Woodrow cottage, "Blair the box of money There is also a:. you will savb money by coming to usfirst.llelvenstoiiPastetirCo. '4 J '-We<;Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FLAt f

; lla-!* Wednesday afternoon Rev. G. similar box of money In the lindoot .. "

Harrison and. Mr Stephen Jevrett )Ir. CarmIchael's place of business.. -
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Wo6drowa1k The winner of the right keys will be .
w .eat nt" down to be Mrs, hst
Is Your Name ofl'Ocsa'11ug: ? F
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10' ABOLISH REBATING. I I,I MONITOR FLORIDA. GOES FIRE AT L'AKELAND. FIRST BALLOT j SETTLED IT.. FLORIDA SOURCES PROSPERITY OF WEALTH.AND ITS I r takes for a the market.lead on In account shipment of Pensacola Its deepwater

vessels of
I TO JACKSONVILLE.Sailed -- harbor, by which
and load

Will Receive' a.Salary" of Twelve.Thou' Several Store Buildings and:! Dwelling Mr. Blackburn has Represented Ken- Lionel Jacobs an Ex Editor of the Me- great thereby tonnage reducing can the enter cost of freIght.

and Optimistic
tropolis is Cheerful
.
be prepared to
"'snd Dollars a Year From 'Three From Charleston Yesterday- Houses Burned., tucky in the House and Senate Near- as the Years Accumulate Jacksonville will soon
monsters of
'* Him. receive these traveling
Upon
."' '. ; Big Companies.New Admiral Dickens and the Coast Defense -, ly Twenty-five Years. the deep.
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.... of wealth
Squadron Start on a Lakeland, Fla. Jan 3.Lakelandhas Frankfort Ky.. Jan. 2-Judge Thos. Probably one of the foremost sourcesof However, the great source '

ti is In our climate. 'If we could only
had a blaze. The fire occurred IL Paynter of the Kentucky court of wealth derived from our industriesis
York Jan. %.-An agreement to Short Cruise. of bottle it up and ship It, what an fcm-

I January the second. L. W.. Cowdry's appeals, was nominated on the first that of our fisheries. Hundreds I income would be derived from
abolish rebating on premiums has been i -* in the work' a mense
store building the butcher shop of ballot taken in joint caucus tonight to vessels are engaged It, but as the mountain could, not ge
; into the New York Life sails out of
entered by Charleston S. C. Jan. %.-Aft rspending' large proportion of which had to U
L. L. Johns the tannery of Arnold select a democratic candidate for to Mahomet Mahomet go
y Insurance Company, the Equitable Pensacola. The cargoes'they bring are who wish tenjoy .
'z the Christmas holidays In Armistead and the cottage of Miss M. United States .senator to succeed J. C. shippedto the mountain so those
and
Life Assurance Suciety: and the Mutual i ..a immediately packed in ice health-giving ozone breeze
the
Life Insurance Company. An- Charleston harbor, Admiral Dickens'coast Turner were destroyed. The originof S. Blackburn.The Northern and Western points, and
of Florida redolent with the perfumeof

nouncement was made today that Gro- defense squadron headed by the the fire is .unknown. vote :was as follows: Judge bring remunerative prices. The sea citrus fruit and blossoms have to

yer Cleveland has been appointed referee battleship Texas, sailed out today. The Thos II. Paynter 59; Senator J. C. S. supply of food fishes notwithstandingthe come' here In those magnificent Yes-

to decide all questions in dispute PRINTERS GO ON STRIKE. rapacious enemies they have in
Texas will simply cruise about and return Blackburn 34; W. B- Haldeman 10; tibuled trains of cars which are pro-
that may arise in such matters the porpoises and sharks, are Inex-
to Charleston tomorrow night the railroads for their ac
Congressman Davis IL Smith 1; nec- vided by
Twelve Hundred Walk Out in New United
and that his salary as referee will be haustible. Nevertheless the
to estimate -
the monitor Nevada will go to Savan- commodation. It Is not easy
York. cessary to nomination 53. constantly
'12,000 per annum to be paid jointly States hatch industries are -
the wealth brought to Florida by
"by the three companies. Mr. Cleveland nah, and the monitor Florida is bound Judge Paynter's nomination ends engaged .In replenishing any partic-

understanding New:. York Jan. 2.-Twelve hun- of the hardest senatorial ular that becomes scarce. The I II tourists which is Increasing every
1: has accepted with the for Jacksonville, the monitor Arkansasgoes one fought species dubbedan
I have been by many
c; that the officers of the three to Georgetown the torpedo boats dred union printers, the employees of struggles waged during the past I importation from the East of pickled year.optimist but I have lived to see

companies are to second him In ,his forty-four book and job printing con- twenty-years of Kentucky politics. and smoked mackerel has become
Porter Rogers, Blakely, Dupont and most of my predictions as to Florida'sgrand
efforts to stop rebating. Any agent cerns in New York City went Thos. H. Paynter was born in Lewis greatly reduced by similar prepara-
on a future realized and may possibly
Nicholson to Port
Royal.
who. gives rebates will be dismissed go county, Kr-, Dec. 19, 1831. He served tions of mullet which when taken
strike _today and began the strugglefor live to see more. In the whole
from service: and will not be employed i three terms in congress, and is a mem- from'the sea are a delicious and pala-
I What Florida Lands Are Worth. the eight hour day, which has been galaxy of states,* there Is not one
by any other companies that are ber of the Kentucky court of appeals. table substitute. The fresh water
arebrighter..-Lionel
whose prospects
': parties to the agreement. It is the desIre declared to go Into ,effect today. Rep- lakes also contribute their quota of I
Mr. N. J. Wicker, of Coleman, was I Jacobs in Metropolis.
of the companies to secure the resentatives of the Typographical Un- GREAT STRIDES MADE IN AMERI black bass and other fishes to swell f

co-operation of all other life insurance visiting\ in Ocala during the week and CAN JOURNALISM. the grand total. The fish caught by -
ion say that the eight hour day prin- "In Days of Old, in Days of Gold, in c
when asked how things were In Sum- pecuniarily of little
companies in this agreement. It is ciple has already been won in New sportsmen are

&" understood that this agreement is the ter he replied by saying that he had York and that the percentage of men Mr Charles M. Harvey has a vol- value, but the money spent by the disciples the Days of Our Apple Time."

result of suggestion by President uminous article in Leslie's Weekly on of Isaak Walton adds much to
a just paid the sum of $1,500 for ten compelled to strike is very small.
Paul Morton of the Equitable Life Assurance "American,Journalism's Half Century's the wealth derived from this source.A .
of land in the Warm wa'y
V acres Springs -- A in the glow of our boyhood's
Progress. He says improvements are branch of this business is the
Society. hammock near Coleman and that he Billy Bowlegs Spends a Civilized days .
I seen in every phase of newspaper ac- oyster which Is rapidly growing to
wouldn't part with it now for $500 per Christmas. When hearts were silly and free,
ii HOTEL ARRIVALS. tivity. That in 1855 when FrankLeslie's great proportions. Those known as
acre. Not unfrequently, he says, this We told our fortunes with appleseeii
Weekly was established, the Cedar Key take the lead, as they
amount of money is cleared on these Billy Bowlegs, the Indian chief, who I That grew on a seedling tree.
Ocala House, Jan. 3.-C. F. Mahoh- there were three thousand daily and are preferred by epicures on accountof
lands in a single year. It has been came ,up from the Everglades to spend
ey. Apalachicola Thomas M. Keller, weekly newspapers and periodicals of their rich salty sea flavor. A start
done often. He thinks they are the Christmas with Mr. J. M. 'Willson. jr.. Round the blazing hearth of a wintw'a
R W. W. Stanton F. G. Rush, A. S. all sorts in..the United States. There has been made in the canning of this .
R best lands In Florida. They can stand returned to his native haunts on the night
r 2 Mann, B. E. Lenard; Jacksonville; are now twenty-four thousand. He luscious bivalve. The factory has been
beter than any lands he has ever seen steamer Lillie Wednesday morning. 'I With comrades merry and gay,
Mrs I. Cohen Montgomery Ala.; says that Americans read more than erected in Nassau county which draws
both flood and drought. Billy had a great time during his stay As the wind roared loud up the chi.
f Thomas Palmer Tampa; James Weir i any other nation. Interviewing, which i[ its supplies from the Nassau sound.
Mr. Wicker is a native of Georgia, here. He attended three Christmas ney's throat.
Brooklyn N. Y.; R B. Taylor. Hom- 'Is now a conspicuous figure of every I'I It has more orders than it can filL ,
but he is now the most enthusiastic trees from all of which he received I We chattered the hours
; osassa Fla.; R. L. Barnes, wife and American newspaper, did not have a i The phosphate Industry Is flourish- away. r
Floridian we have met in many a numerous appropriate presents. On '
child Wm. M. M. Hough Carrie beginning until 1860. The Ocala Daily ing, and the demand for the Florida article -
day. As good as Mr. Wicker's lands Sunday Mr. Willson carried him out And with rhyme and tale and
Barnes Sydney Barnes, 'Dunnellon Banner contains more telegraphic, edi- knows no abatement thus adding a merry
there are thousands of acres of to preaching at the Baptist church '
:r- Fla.; W. M. Gist,. McIntosh. Fla.: Z. torial and local news items than its quota to our prosperity. I jest
land in the interior of the state justas and on Monday afternoon he attended I We passed the laughter about
C. Chambliss. city; A. B. Gallagher : any New York newspaper did in The manufacturing of cigars exists
I !
good and all they need Is Wicker'sto the moving picture show at the I Iopera I Till the old and sack tf
Tampa; Jno. A. Sullivan Jacksonville. house. 1 1855. The newspapers, including the lin many parts of Florida<<; but nowhere I corn-pope r
locate on them. He expressed himselfas
Montezuma Hotel, Jan. 3.-S. L. j perfecting press and the linotype and I to that extent which it has reached In corn
Marion county needs a thousand highly pleased with his trip andit j
Bryan :Mascath Fla.; Dr. II. It Snow !i monotype machines, have made greater i our sister city of Tampa. The in- From the "cellarway"arne out.
Vickers to locate upon and till her is probable that he will try and i I
Floral city Fla.; Scott }Hubbell Chicago !! advancement than any other one crease in the past year has been 16-
thousands of acres of abandoned, rich spend Christmas here again a year j 1 And from
the cellar's
crowded
Ill; Z. 1\[. Bouner Valdosta Ga; thing in our modern life. ? 000,000 which is constantly appreciat- I up
hammock lands. hence.-Kissimmee Valley Gazette. bins -
Geo. Henry Jacksonville Fla.; D. H. i I ing. Those made in Tampa are very

Irvine Orange Lake. Fla.; T. C. Gil- FORT McCOY DOINGS.. A SOLDIER'S HOME FOR FLORIDA. j FOR THE STATE. PRESS. j j nearly all clear Havana and give em- I Were the apple-bowls piled high,

bert, North Carolina; A. J. Haggart I 4 ------ I| ployment to thousands of people creati Then one an apple would peel so this

Granville N.. Y.; J. S. Morris Ocala Christmas has come and gone. It Hon. James P. Taliaferro has intro- Newspaper Men Will be Entertainedthe i I i I ing a business activity which is cheerful I While the jeering crowd stood by.
Before the Form I
Fla.; L. A. Morris, OcalaFla..; E. W. brought its joys and left its sorrows. duced a bill in 'the senate of the Unit- Night |j to behold. Strikes occur occasionally -

Clement Dunnellon. Fla.; W. E. There was but little drinking and ed States for the establishment of a Opening. j I but they are of very short Three twirls round your head and

Brown St. Petersburg Fla.; J. S. Jolly carousing. Have heard of but soldiers branch home in Florida. The I Invitations have been sent out to |I duration. New York is the great dis- away it goes
one
I I j members of the press throughout the .I Your sweatheart's initial to spell*
Gainesville Fla. J. C. Citrus tributing point.
; Priest fight Will Brinson and Ed. Howard purchase of a suitable tract of land I
'' state to be present at the opening of ,;! few } Fla. Very people are aware of the
tried their powers and quit even. not less than three hundred acres, and

Glenwood-W. G. Mathis, Irvin Fla.; The weather for, the past ten days that the said home be located on the the Exposition building on the even- ; thousands of bags of pottery clay that cheeks
ing of January S\; the. night prior to i And
a fellow's secret might tell.
Florida It
Grant W, Baker Shelbyville.! Ind.; Jj exports. is surprising that
has been such that a fellow did well grounds so. purchased. unless. 9. suItable taiparticipate
the date
opening in I
C. Barnes Woods,; W. B. Harris. Oxford to ,stay in doors. Several have gone tract should be' donated and that a I It pottery works have not ere this been

L. E Lang Miami. Fla. E. P. t luncheon listen to a vaudeville enter- erected near the raw material instead "Name for your sweatbeart and wUk
; ;
the of be
across the river into the scrub after sum $100,000 appropriated I[ I '
Thagard Jacksonville, Fla.; C. W. deer but few have for the construction of buildings I I! tainment and inspect. the booths. Ta- of sending it out of the stat This a wish 4
bagged
tYt. Turner Anthony Fla.; C. H. Bate- Mr. Elam :Martin came home any.from thereupon; that all honorably discharged -j i j I I bles have been arranged in the cook I Ii | clay Is another factor in' Florida's I "And count the seeds they enfold.

s .ing lecture room, seats provided and sources of wealth. I Ah! many a fortune grave or
man, McIntosh, :Fla.; H. A. McDonald. Jacksonville, where he was attending soldiers, sailors and marine I j I gay
at 9:30 i o'clock a little entertainment I II t I Have the little black
Cattle
t; Williston Fla.; Wm. Stanton. Jacksonville raising is fast developing as appleseed
school to spend the holidays with his shall be eligible for admission of said
will be given the me'n.The :
I i
}'Ii... Mr. and Mrs. Hicks home. Commander Thomas J. newspaper I II an industry that will take rank with told.
parents Mr. and Mrs. IL C. Martin.
bt Leroy, Fla. t' Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Prevatt had the of Ocala has received the o\\'en.l I program as laid out consists of ,11'I any in the state. At present the export t t

quartet singing, monologue, some acrobatic Is principally io Cuba and adJoining Count "One I love and two I Ion
misfortune to lose one of their twin letter in regard to the same, which explains I I
The.Hen. and Her Industry.A babies few itself! II work music by orchestra and I'I I territories but there is no limit And three I love say
a days ago. J
i little talks about the exposition and i to its Four I love with all heart
progress because feed of a my
I Wesley Stevens, who has been in 34 Wardes Building, Washington, D. o J I
resident of Tampa the other day I its objects on the part of the presi- most nutritious quality is and will be And five Iv cast away. _
I De Sota county for several months O Dec. 29, 1905.
spared a few of his older hens at 60 dent, general manager and membersof raised here to meet the necessary re- Six, he loves; seven she loves;
packing oranges has returned home. General Thos. J. Owen Comdy Dept ofFlorida

cents each.. They had previously made Messrs. Priest and Milligan were"out G. ;X R-. (Ocala Fla- the committee. quirements for- fattening. Thus another -' Eight they both love. "

dolalrs Chairman George W. Wilson of the branch of Nine, he comes ten he
him an average of three net Dear Commander and Comrade- prosperity Is quietly ; tarries;
hunting sheep killing dogs last Sat- I
In eggs and chicks. Such large pro- and Herewith I hand you copies of Senate press committee will have charge of i added to the many we have already Eleven he courts and twelve he
urday report that dogs have des-
the entertainment and will be assisted I "
noted. marries.
be made
fits are of course only to :
Bill NoJ 1696-Senator Taliaferro'sbill
troyed several of their sheep.
by W. R. Carter and E. O. Painter.
where the .table are fed and The despised razorback hog is
'
scraps :Mr. A. W. for a "Branch Home" in Florida, another -
Kinlaw stiller for L. L. I I .
The "
will be
.
building for the
the number of fowls kept is small, but opened that is coming to the front to i ,, t
which bill -yoU will recallpassed the
at has'
Meggs
Dexter, just returned
there is no reason why.every: suburban from Senate last I session but failed owingto newspaper men at 8 ,'clo<:k and will I prove 1:1orid: 's resources. The cross- Ah. days of laughter. and days of
a trip to Jacksonville:
and not be lighted inside and out for the oc- i i ing j i cf this hog with Youth
resident farmer may: duplicate I ; choice breeds of
It want (time to reach a vote in the
was rumored that Monroe Bros, ,
casion. This will the
the feat 01a somewhat larger bad bought out the Dexter turpentine House. I believe nis ambition is togee. give writers an I the Berkshire and other noted animas; What' romance the old time yields: ,

4 gnla.-Tampa Times; I opportunity to see how far the work is destined to prove of great advantage .f But Spencer has stolen 'ourtseeds'
"Home"
firm but J. AV\ Stevens, the superintendent a in Florida and that he has progressed and see what shape it
I and 'Away
me ,
day is ;
not very far
says he knows it no such has set himself with all the power at .

Doing the Brick City. trade having been made. his command to accomplish this worka is in for the opening.-Times-Union. distant when the importation' salt i O. Burbank, leave us our peels. ;

______ ., bacon will be !
among the recollectionsof -M: wde
work that is in the best interestsof Meriditk.
Messrs. Tiller and Harp who expected 6
Bird Dinner at the Kendig Grove.
it Among others we noted the follow-' the past.
and child in the I
to open up a new. turpentinefarm every man. woman
Ing country cousins. town Tuesday; c.1 Our citrus fruits is another item In ; And aid Joe Blackburn is down and
state. In giving to the state and the
at Eureka, have abandoned the There was a reunion of the J.
Jack McCully our prosperity. is ]!: out. His forced .retirement
A. B. Albritton Daisy; estimated that from the
idea for the present. They are busy nation, the benefit of his wide experience Baskin family, of Anthony., last Tues-
Berlin; Elijah Ferguson, Fellowship; 0 this year's )'it'ld'ill cover 1,500,000 i i political arena will cause profound '
and re-
the
running their farm a few miles northof and business training, Senator day they planned a picnic at !

i C. C. Priest jr., and W. E. Nix, Ken- this place. They have gone far Tayiaferro has been most unselfish. Kendig grove near Citra. About sev- boxes of orangesbesides large quan- : gret in many quarters. ea .

-, drix W. E. WoodmaronLake in the tity of grapefruit which I '
nt ; Fosnot the enty-five Ahthonyites joined every year ]I '
enough to cut poles for their sham- It all comrades, and brethren in J t ,
Weir W W. Weirsdale celebration.This I in Appalachicola had a disastrous '
; Allsop ; grows appreciable flavor. The fire
ties and then after Geer, their superintendent state will show him that they appre- crop :
3 Walter. Martel. grove is one of the prettiestin of and New Year's day. six
Ray store
; oranges grapefruit will bring duildings 1
shot and killed his wife ciate the efforts made by him. it will :
this section of Florida. More than
big to I were destroyed. is ;
money Florida and gladden the j thought that the i
in Ocala they could not go a long way in making his work a (
complete one hundred birds killed and this '
were I''
Wants Lamar to Brace Up. hearts of the growers. |I ss amounted to $100,000.( ( +'
their work there, so gave It out fora success. added to the other edibles made a f
.\sannlpartialobserver without any The naval stores export t
Industrynext
Yours in Fraternity Charity andLo'altr I i
while. splendid feast and the day was roy- The ,
motive for frenzied partisanship), itseems claims our attention. It has built i cabbage' crop at Coleman. Sum- j ;
Messrs. J. E. Thomas and M.L. Mc- ally enjoyed. The weather was good fter ,' ,
to us that John Sharp Williams Quaig are expecting to represent Mar- Geo. F Foote.: and every thing helped to make this works out on Talleyrand avenue and r county, is said to be the best ever =; }

r4 the twice chosen IE'.aJI.'rof the democrat occasion a most memorable one. fronting land In that vicinity from a I grown there, and with no mishaps .
ston lodge. No. 49, F. and A.. M, in there will
party in congress, has suffered no About That "Smile." Mr Carlton, the manager of the hundred to a thousand dollars per be from 80,000 to 100,000 1
the Grand lodge meeting, which convenes barrels
loss of prestige or influence by reason -- Kendig grove, was present and did all acre, besides giving employment to shipped. 5

of his little spat with Mr. Lamar of this the.third Tuesday in the present MOcala, Jan 3, 1906. in his power to add to the pleasuresof hundreds of laborers mechanics and I' 1

'' state We the Qt the hatter month In Jaxvllle. the day. Mr. H: C. Gates represented workmen of The writer of "Roses Bloom In Summer .
deny right TO the Editor Ocala Banner: every description and -
Ocala at this delightful picnic i I Only"
had
gentleman to Impair iw to seek to You say you welcomed the New character. Not alone that but it has probably never spent a
and reunion. winter In t
I
,. democratic solTfavity in conimpair Will Rival AI G. Field's Aggregation. Year with a smile. You were quite given an impetus to the renting of Florida where we have some

r gress because of a title personal grievance : modest and moderate. Some of your Why Chew the Rag? offices In buildings which have been t ttne.fine ones in bloom at the present

of his own Ha Is just as usefulto Christmas afternoon and night the neighbors welcomed it with two smiles erected U> meet this need. Florida Is : -Ga'QesvJlle Sun.

his Florida constituents oft the attraction at the Grand opera house I now the headquarters ,
and others with even more. The attention of some of our contemporaries of. this industry -

Commerce Committee as he Is on It. was the Donnelly & Hatfield Minstrel New Year. is respectfully called to and it i>erm sa'tes ,every avenueof Mutes for Safe,

Brace up, Mr. Lamar! Mr. Williams company one of the cleverest organi- the fact that the State Supreme court business andso_ we grow. One' pair_heavy, sound, well matched

has in no wise Impaired your carer as zations of its kind traveling throughthe Mr. J. F. Thompson, checking clerk has finally declared the Buckman Truck farming in the southern part : eight year told black mules.

a statesman; and you take a pointer south this season. The attendanceIn \ at the A. C. L- freight depot is at I school law constitutional. "Rag chew- of the state is a thriving industry, and! : Munroe & Chambliss. 2t

from, the Florida! Sticks and fion't play was a fitting testimonial his fathers' home at Pine Mount near 'I Ing" in this, connection,, seems therefore those engaged in It are well repaid for'I For .
Sale
h t your whole Stakes on the Hearst card to th worth of the performance dur- Lake City having been called thereon somewhat out of order.Pensacola their labor. The great advantage'that i --Will sell a few good Jer-

]Mr. ITgUtfkt has been a steady loser up ing which not a dull moment was allowed account of a serious. accident that betel Journal Florida has Is In being In the 'mar sey cows cheap; also a number of

to date' and there is an impression to creep In. his father last Saturday. He was 1 I ket with ripe vegetables when adjoining Bermuda onion plants. Address, Mar-

down this way that he thinks a good Every member of the company Is thrown from a vehicle and had his We have heard a good deal about states north .re Just beginning: to lon Farms, Ocala, Fie -1j r- <

r ''deal ,more of Hearst than he does of competent willing and clever. leg broken and is suffering severely' making the waste places blossom as plant. Here Is our advantage, and The state' !!,

the democratic party, an'how.-Ltve The first part Is a neat arrangement from the accident.C. the rose-surely fifteen cent cotton wealth flows to gladden the hearts of Baptist convention wm _
a assemble
"- Oak'.Democrat of stage-settings; the singing ought to do this. The coming year farmers engaged in the business. I at Bartow January 11th 'l
+..- section composed of capable people G. King, jr.. of Cleveland, O., one the abandoned fields of the South Steamships and ,steel barge building i Between pected. 200 and, 300 d@legates.areu- 1::

: ** Claude Dev*neav. formerly of this with good voices and the olio filled of the owners of the ')Io 1a.rch'orange ought to be white with the fleecy staple has taken a step forward that evident -. .

city, but ,who Is. 3 now employed" 4- as alaundrymin with real good things and novelties._ grove In Sumter county arrived Sat- ly .meals much for Jacksonville's, fu- Just watch

". by. the Ocala Steam Taken as a whole, the Donnelly & urday evening and will remain during % Pensacola jump ahead \

xa F, a .LaU\drf'fi enr Christmas,in. this city, Hatneld minstrels are as good as any the'wlnter and look after the shippingof The Arcadia News ,has unequivocally ture.Now comes the crowning 'point. In cala during Journal.this year of grace ISOS.-Penaa- ").1'

..',1 and his:friends' were glad to see him:: on the road and under the manage the oranges. The crop is somewhat declared, against the free and un Florida's sources of wealth, which lies i

.. :-. "..... '. ':MrDeyeneau.tate4.that, ,, 'Ocala; is one ment to which tt has been entrusted, smaller than last year, but the limited exhibition of the average street In the yellow pine lumber trade I Ocala FlaIs _si

. --- ,> zthebeiti tdttesa Florida. and that it bid fair to rival. in populor, favor fruit is very fine quality as to color carnival and calls'upon the authoritiesto. have .no means of ascertaining the bench along on the mourner

'.'- -1':?- ;bas'3 '- where.-Gainesvllle! ., the original G. Field combination. and flavor, and will command the i see that no more, of then are allowed number of*mills throughout the ,state j t Griffin. with Thomasvllle and

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-' -_-.r-. __ OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, T V. V U !.R Y 5; 1905 ONE DOLLAR A YT3AT_. ":
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0o- -oOo- -oOo- WEDDINGS.
OCALA'S FESTAL SEASON.
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ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF J
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Or' NEW COURT ClarkBonner.The The Tyler-Tomasso
1 HOUSE ADVOCATES. ? Carnival Miles _
g A -oOo- I Ii following invitations were received Orton Circus and Other At.
r
S-; MATTER OFHEALTHpOYAi i I Judge Bullock's Published Letter Has'Stirred Many of Our Citizens in Ocala Saturday morning: tractions. S : '

to Activity Sentiment of Entire I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bonner
County Seems to Be in Favor of oo Notwithstanding the rain and disagreeable >

This Much Needed Building-Resolutions P ued. oyu Invite you to be presentat weather generally the past

I the marriage of their daughter week was
n _ftft quite say In Ocala.
'I '- -- -9QQ- -000-. -000- .
fi-Qfl -OQO- -OQC Lillian Browningto
I I"V" We have enjoyed the carnival attractions
to a letter the .
on sub- warrants
running through a series of so cleverly conducted by the
ject of building: a new court house for ( five or-more years and bearing Interests Mr. Benjamin Howard Clark' Tyler-rTomasso company under the

Marion county written by Judge W. S. j at the rate of five per cent. These en Thursday evening, Januarythe auspices of the Ocala Rifles.

: ....:. Bullock on December 21, suggesting 'r warrants eleventhnineteen
.. I were taken by the contractors We also had the Miles Orton circus

'- a meeting for December 30th, to devise I and were paid for by special taiaj hundred and six and the Rabbit Foot shows, and altogether -

f ways and means for building the i i j tion. He read a letter from the clerk at nine o'clock the week has been an attractive -

# : same, quite a number responded. |II| of the court of Suwannee county saying I Mexia, Texas one and large numbers of
I' per-
Y Among those in attendance we noted that the At Home
4L building
was
r'o 1 I entirely satisfactory sons visited-our city.
> the following: Judge W. S. Bullock and also one from the contractors after January the twenty.fifth The last few days have been
most k
felt 1IP': :Mayor Edwards H. A. Ford, R. .I* An-I I saying that they would be Ocala, Florida. pleasant and the crowds attending the

*' derson, R. McConathy, L. T. Izlar, IL II willing to build a court house for Marion I' The announcement of the approaching carnival have been greater.

L. Anderson, D. S, Williams W. K. county under the same conditions marriage of :Mr. Clark and Miss I Saturday night was
particularly
: Zewadski, M. Atkinson. G- S. Scott, I and take their chances on the payments Bonner was a very great surprise to''t attractive
I and as the
f. "K"I"G J. J. Gerig, E. W. Davis, L. W. Duval, I of the warrants.' the host of friends of the groom in contest for the Queen of the

.. .: M. Strauss, Joseph Bell, W. C. Jeffords, I Judge Bullock in speaking to the this city as no Intimation of this happy carnival neared its close the }

L. P.. Miller, Villa Tonga P. Smith L. : resolutions read leters that he had event had leaked out excitement became intense and the

P. S. Light IL W. Long W. P. Haisley, received in response to his call for Mr. Clark is one of- the twin sons voting for the two young ladies in the

POWDER H. :M. Hampton, William Rocker S. the meeting from several gentlemen, of Mr. and :Mrs. .W: IL Clark, of this I lead was most spirited and animated,

2 ; A. Bullock L. R.* Edwards, Z. C. Cham- who were unable to be present. One city. He is a member of the firm of I and the votes ran up in leaps and

Absolutely! PureIi' I bliss, L. R. ChazalJ.;. George Mackay, i was from Mr. L. Horn a large tax Clark, Brothers proprietors of the O. bounds The votes as finally an .

IL C. Gates J. W. Lyle, C. II. Dame |i payer, who said that he would be willing K. grocery and he Is very popular nounced is as follows:

C. L Bittenger, R. R. Carroll Henry to subscribe to both in business circles and socially.
any method for Miss Florence Burnett, . . ,890;:!; .
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE Griner J. A. Campbell, R. A. Burford obtaining a new Mr. Clark left" on the third
coutr house and
Miss Mura Griffin .. . . . .7802
C, L. Anderson W. J. F.>Iks, R. S. wituld be pefectly willing to his for Mexia ;where his wedding will be :
Miss
pay Esthel Murrell. . . . 1905
A Cream of Tartar Powder Hall, T;, D. Lancaster. Andrew J. Turner I share of the cost of the sam solemnized at the home of the lovely Miss Eloise
Miller.. .
. . . .1000 '
free from alum or phos- J. H. Bates. William Dhon# and Another letter was from :Mr. John bride. Mr. W. E. Bonner, jr., will be :Miss Florie Condon. . . . 515

kv' phatic acid a number of others. T. Lewis, of Moss Bluff, and among Mr. Clark's best man and the weddingwill :Miss Eula Moore. .... . . . 294
Judge Bullock stated the object of other he '* be quite a prominent
n ._ ,.. ,n .. things- said-: "Let.us- have social eventIn Miss Lela Farris. .. .. ... .. . 232
I "U.U- -u. -YVY- -QUO- -JUO-. --OUO000- -oOo- that city.
When the bulletin
announced that w
I
..ft o o I The .Ocala Banner joins with Mr.Clark's ., Miss Burnett had been chosen the -
O 0 many other friends in extend
o queen her friends cheered vociferously. Y
o
I ing to him their best wishes and hoping
I II She and a party of friends Miss
," ) ._ .. that each
new year will be as hap
Griffin -
I ;': and her friends and all o&the
o i t py a one as is the present new year contestants
and their friends
fir Ralph 1'. Uirdsey left Saturday O 0 Alexander-Bruce. were invited -
k SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, 1 o 0 into, the Vendome, where hiss
, Local Editor. morning for 'his home at Macon Ga-, I I II A marriage which will be of special Burnett a most modest, graceful and

after spending the Christmas holidayswith interest to Methodists throughout the c
beautiful
,' friends and relatives in Ocala. 1O I I state was solemnized Friday at 7:30 blonde was crowned queen
; : rPv 0 by Captain George.A. A. Nash of the =
f :, HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. ;; 0 p. m, at the Wolff Mission. Ybor City,! Rifles, and was presented with a hand-
Miss Carita Doggett of Jacksonville r
t i iI Rev. Joseph Norwood officiating. The come gold watch and chain.
-' arrived in Ocala Saturday afternoon : contracting parties 7
were Rev. W F..
; I Mr.,
Tomasso who
has been in
and is the guest of her friend o I Alexander, aged 70, a superannuated
; Rev. H. Kegwin of Orlando, was Miss Leta Camp. O s ii 3ti 0 o charge of the carnival attractions here _
o 1 a; member of the Florida Methodist conference
d among the"Visitors to Ocala on Friday. I o is a most pleasing gentleman, and has '
I II and Miss Mary W. Bruce, taken .
J. II. Xance, solicitor for the South great pains during the' week to \ _
aged 50, superintendent
the mission
:' : Mrs., William Marlow has as her ern business College Is spending the I .T k I eliminate from the grounds what would -
'.. o 1O schools of the state for the same +
mother Mrs. Osteen- of High O In any way mar the pleasures of
guest her week at his home in Ocala.-Live Oak the -
church The
! Springs Democrat.We r 0q i iI marriage wasa quiet crowds who gathered there.. -
but1
I one, several friends and well-wish We
understand that the Rides have
ers were present. :Mr. and _
' I Mrs. Alexander
Mrs. Arthur Masters, who spent regret to learn that Mr. Fred o I 'netted quite a neat sum from the care '
: 0 are making their home at th
{ Christmas with her parents at Willis- Gaskill is quite ill at his room at. Mrs. O O Ybor City nival which they will devote to making -
o parsonage1
ton has, returned home. Arm's boarding house, and trust, that Ii I Ellis-Taylor. their armory more attractive.The .
-0- -00<'--000-_ Tyler-Tomasso
he will be able to be out in a short -000000 OQO- -OQO- -OQOtiu I company will
: Mrs. George Taylor returned Tues while. the meeting aud upon motion Villa- best com t house in Florida. I don'tbeleve A large house party x was recently play in Jacksonville during the next

she longe P. Smith was called to the chair any citizen who has the interest held at the old Haile homestead at
7 day from Gainesville where spent week, and after adding several excellent -
and L. S. Light was requested to act of his Kanapaha near Gainesville. Among
county at heart will
,, ;? the holidays most pleasantly. Mrs. Charles K. Sage returned home oppose shows to their already"splendid -
". -, as secretary.On i a tax for this measure." the prominent guests present were Mr. C t+
-e.<' Saturday afternoon. from Jacksonville, a aggregation, will go to Havana, Cuba s
Mr. Christian Ax and 'family, of assumin'g the chair Mr, Smith )Ir. Smith the chairman Mr.. Light William H. Ellis attorney general of for a month
where she had been for a week with returning via Miami .
' 1 .Kimore. are at the Meadows, where returned thanks fur the honor and the secretary, Mr. William J. Folks the state of Florida and Miss Ena
her sister, Mrs. Otto Mente, who is
?,,;, .' they*" will spend a part of the. winter. very ill.After. said it was: the first time that he had I Mr. William D ?Hon and others from Taylor of Tallahassee. At the dinner Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Give Beautiful '


Ii: : Miss Evelyn Liddon, of this city. spending the Christmas with would discharge the duties to the best embodied: in ':,Ir. Lewis' letter They ing gathering Justice R. Femlck Tay- Saturday night Mr. and Mrs Charles

;;1. Is Visiting relatives at Starke for a her parents. Cot. and Mrs. W. X. of his abilities. Mr. Light briefly returned -- said that the people of the county lor made the following announcement: Chauncey Carroll gave a very elaborate

: :...'.' few days. Camp, Mrs. G. F. Armstrong and her his thanks also. were not oppxxed ta tsie banding of "Fourteen hundred years ago a cus- and beautiful dinner party for their

f--c' little daughter returned to their homein Proceeding at once to the businessin a new court house, but indeed, were tom was adopted in France that had sister, Miss Edna Williams.

Mr. J. D. Pope and family returned Savannah Saturday hand Mr. R. L. Anderson offered anxious for it, and a s j.ll.d one. too, in it so much of good sense and pro- The table was very lovely In its ap

' to Ocala Saturday morning after an the following resolutions: ;but were simply opposed tti the issuing priety that it quickly spread to nearlyall pointments of cut glass, silver and -

of several weeks. At meeting of the citizens and taxpayers of binds of the European states. In the
3'absence Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gamsby will In a running through a long flowers and the entire dining room
t= of Marion county held at the series of years. year A. D. 1200 the great Archbishop was
a couple of months begin the erection- very artistically decorated. Covers -
and Mrs. j. J. Tillis and son, In'. December 30th Major L. Walter enforced it
Mr. of a lovely home in Ocala on the lot court house Ocala. T. IzlarIr.. W. K. Ze- as an ordinance of were laid for twelve and the merry

: returned home Saturday from a ten recently purchased by Mr Gamsby.It 1905, the follow? tewlutions were wadski, Mr. Henry W. Long and others the church. That grand old Puritan, company assembled: included the

day's visit to relatives at Oxford. is the lot next to the kindergartenschool presented and after discussion were spoke in favor of the adoption of the Oliver Cromwell, the Great ProPuritan host and hostess. te lovely honoree 1

between South Second and adopted: resolutions and the speeches of all had his Parliament In 1653: to enact Carrie Williams Byron West of Jacksonville
Mrs. J. R Moorehead and children. RESOLVED were enthusiastic for 'the it into law. Our Pilgrim fathers
of
building ,
South Guy Zewadski
Third streets and is a splendid Ben Condon,
f went down to Lake Weir Friday afternoon location. First. That the need 'of Marion a substantial and imjiosiiig court brought it with them to the western Alfred Beck and Robert Mathews.

: to visit friends, : for a short county for a new" court house which ,house. world. A very elaborate and elegant dinnerwas ;

while. The Ocala term of the United States will insure the safety of the county The advisory committee named in "In conservance with this time-hon served In courses and the guests ,

: court that was to have convened here records, and which will be adequateand the resolutions was put in nominationand ored custom I now, here In this dear. did ample justice to this delightful

Miss! Emily Vandeventer fe Gaines on January 15, has been postponed suitable for the transactions of elected from the floor. The com- old home of her mother, around which I I feast

ville. Is visiting her cousin. Miss until February 5, In orders that it will public business is imperative and mittee is composed of lIt"ssrsR.: L. cluster so many sacred,' tender memories During the week that Miss Williams

Hops Robinson, having arrived Friday not Interfere with the famous Post pressing. Anderson chairman' ;' 'V. J, Folks, V. P. proclaim and announce the marriage bas spent in Ocala she has been the

afternoon.Mrs case which is set for trial In Jackson Second. That it is evident. from the Smith L. S. Light J.. T. Lewis, S. ILGaltskill. engagement of my daughter, admired guest at quite a number of

vine on January 2:. presentments made by many grand William Hocker, S. H. Butch Ena, to Hon. William H. Ellis, Flori parties and none have been more lovely -

.- G. W. Moyers and son George juries in the recent past and from Edward Holder A. D. Mitchell John da's distinguished': Attorney-General than the dinner party given by Mr.

Jacksonville; are the guests of Mrs.Moyer's TO REMOVE other public expressions of leading cit- Wf Stevens and J. B Borland. the marriage to take place in April and Mrs. Carroll.

mother Mrs. Edward Ba dii izens from all portions of the county. This committee will meet with the next 'when the roses come again." -- -

ger. I FRECKLE and PIMPLES. that the people of Marion county wanta board, of county commissioners at General Ellis responded in his accustomed New Pastor.

L'{WIDA YS. USE new court house. their next meeting and it is believed happy vein. Rev. P. T. Rape, the newly appointed .

Mr Neil A Weathers who has spent Third. That we earnestly reQuestand that steps will immediately be taken The happy and distinguished couple Methodist pastor here, introduced

i the holidays in Ocala with his parents .NADINOLA. urge the board of county commissioners for the erection .of a new court house being present received1 the heartiest himself to our people Sunday by '

her and Mrs. B. A.,Weathers, returned THE COPLEXIOX BEATIFIES.THE of this county. to take immediate and that within the year Marion coun- congratulations of the entire company. peachin one of the best sermons ever .c
to N'w York Saturday, I I I
,I steps for the purpose of arranging ty will' have.. as she deserves the finest listened to Jn Palmetto. His deliveryis

Wanted-For rent with board. Two I for and commencing the work of I court house building in Florida, Cord:al Reception to Mr. P6age. fine and his preaching most excel-

nicely furnished rooms suitable for providing the county with a new Greatly in Demand. lent; and the sinner as well as they

'couples Mrs. C. F. Schnelderv 53 court house at the' earliest practi- medicine Nothing which is more meets'in modern demand requirements than a The Tallahassee.Capital of Saturdasays Christ-loving. people, will miss ax rare

North Magnolia St., Ocala. 12-30-tf ble time. for a blood and system cleanser Rtv. W. M. Poage. Mrs. Poage treat if they fail at the first opportunity -

Fourth. That a committee of twelve such as Dr. King's New Life Pills. and to. her him.
son arrived yesterday from Jack
They are just what
their little have to Live be appointed and that the membersof you need to cure Brother Rape
daughter is
gone now in charge of
.j stomach and liver troubles. Try them. sonville. Mr. and Mrs.:: Poage are remembered -, a
: Oak to visit 'Mrs. Robert's relativesto this committee are hereby requested At Tydings & Co., drug "store, 25e., with love in Tallahasseeand cicuit eluding Palmetto. EUenton, S

{ rtwo weeks. and instructed' to attend the regu guaranteed. were given a cordial Tera Ce'a and Frog Creek. His appointments
very greeting w
,&i tlves for two weeks lar meeting of the board of county The Ocala House. upon their arrival yesterday. They have not been made as yet,

ell will I commissioners to be held on Tuesday: 'The above named hostelry which were met at the depot by a committee I save that the third Sunday in the

President R formally January 2, 1906. and to present theseresolutions has for years been the pride of Ocala, who escorted them to the. parsonage, month will be given to P"4hrmtlIJ- -

pen MM. ;Manufacturers' Pure. Food to that body, and at the Palmetto News.Mr :
has where
lunch ,
opened its dining rooms for the a tempting had been prepared
": nd. Industrial Exposition at Jackson- same time to tender to said board every winter fa them. Miss Rape was formerly the pastor
season and already the management May Poage remained
:,.,:'JlI at 8 o'clock. January 4th assistance in our power, to the is receiving inquiries fromj in Jacksonville for a visit with for the Gotten Plant circuit in this ...

end that a new court house may be f lr and friends but counfy. .
i-0\ < near about accommodations.Mr. will join her parents
j; : .Miss Mary I.'e Woodward after a constructed as soon be ,
as may prac Charles M. Whlteside, who has ortly. Mr. Poage will preach the
"eek'II'islt.. In Ocala with Mrs, G. C. NADINOLA CI3L ticable; and. said committee shall 4 -
.. so successfully operated this hotel i n first sermon of his pastorate at Trinity
,T teur uid.Mrs, C. S. Cullen, return-
with the permission of the board of
.. sulf Methodist church
is
past seasons, Its manager."Cbarlle" Sunday morning
Ito: :Martel Friday afternoon. Formerly Advertised and sold as act S P
county commissioners as an advisory '
,.
# his Re J. Edgar Wilson
': NADINOLA as friends all know him, presiding elder, f
>
; 2o change in formula or package. The name .committee with said board in the is popular not only with the tourists .will preach at the evening service ...
it; ,jUr, Frank Brown, proprietor of thearown only has been changed to avud confusion,as we
mater of to build'court
devising
t afiord means a who make Ocala Democrat
e cannoi to have so valuable prepaialion their annual stopping Tallahassee
a House at Silver Springs was i confused with any other house and in selecting the plans!
place but also Mr. Poage was once at Ocala
with the pastor
:Ocala, Friday. He was occom AI'INOLAta guaranteed, and money will be commercialtravelers
pan-
f' -. N refunded in every case where it fails to re for the sam over the state. and has many, warm friends here whQkeev
,Mrs. Brown and quite a numtheir' move freckles, pimples liver spots collar dis.coloratlotns.sallowBesi. the
t 'sun tan, black heads la speaking to resolutions df r. Many improvements: have been maile up with bis movements, and areMaze>IT.*yield of ; northern boarders. disfiguring: eruptions,etc The worst cases m Anderson called attention to the beau In the Ocala House glad he Is everywhere : -
f';; twenty days. Leaves the skin clear,soft healthyand since last season so cordially.re-f Ferryti-tLeywer tiu tx oatha '.=
t \ restores the beauty of youth.. tiful court houses recently erected In and no finer hotel'can be found ceived. market,bu itheyhavaheenhnprgr. a = s "_ -
'jfAttmitt ,any- :s -
.Owen, returned. Wednesday Price soc and li oa Sold in each city by all Fp Ing ever sia ;W* ate exyc7t8.Ja ":
; Scala where'' leading druggists,or by maiL Columbia, Hamilton and Suwannee there, in Florida :, Ain and :lirs.' James Knight .expect :floaeran'i eaAl.eesda: ._ _'
he
."&. ;' spent the hoUwlth'higasiser Prepared only by counties bad 'told the methods. .by. ," .. to mgvq;. "to a short+*hTe';) :!i.,*: taltadfreetoa.itap W Seel A wail.TwtlftiSr. r .fv Cssvl. f. -__ g' -A
.j : ,,)[is. Wl1! .Slake.la I' ; .. :: :' ", '
"_ New a.i .\/ I .lATIONAhT9I1RrCO.hris.Tcuu. >hlchthey*,were": built,, towtif >ihf: J '!t'wentrnaJiJ. 'i.( 'ao";'$-t' 1 IWUlift;'a; ...:liesa:-,.. ..#. #E.iufi: w"tii. ":. FUIY' -- __
.. ''. : ii-o.-' .7", 1 rwldth Ocala by andialea4ieg.dpagstore5; board oL? nth ccunms4QR&tF; " >-'" ",, ,.;ig- r :,7 ;;' ';:4 ::;! : .};::\ >.
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yrPAGEFOUR.. : "' .;, THE' OCALA BANNER, JANUARY 5, 1906. '" .

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t --. FANCY_ DRESS BALL r 1 IN GAY 'ST. AUGUSTINE, wi Dire Predictions;: for the Year 1906.

ROUt D BOUT. ( 1
t
;. Miss Sue Anderson, Entertains Her Cotillion by Mrs. Flagler is Enjoyedby Lee Spangler who styles himself 1I TS

j_ .- .- Dancing. Class Last Night at the Many Young Ladies, and "the last of the prophets," has come I IlliG ur ALL juimM*'*

;. ",he Elk's .Cafe served a.. big New Armory.- Gentlemen.This I'to the' front with his annual prophecies t CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN. j

Tear's turkey dinner to its guests. JlZ lrl .sots,ACRicluislsiuriiico
for the :
s (From Friday's Dally.; ) has been-a record year for the I coming year, some of I .ru.ALCIA.I"UI OLD 501115, CRICK iN ., I'USCEL3, SrRAIMEDANRtLS 1
.
which as printed by the Baltimore II P CURES STII/. ""101N13 CCNTRACitO ytltiSt.. no.nD, :j
The :Heading club will meet this afternoon The Armory wasen fete laaf night Ponce De Leon. Aside from its usutl I .CORM' wISKttr3"UIiUATlOIIII frRA1NED 0' IAN oa ;!AtTy) :.
e entertaining of hotel guests, it has : Sun are as follows: I RII,gg ,stswtatf.CinUWw3. ACID Ia6
Pasteur the occasion being the Christmas
.
-
with Miss.IlrtaT1\
The dissolution of Russia
j ,\ been twice in commission out of sea- I
dance given by :Miss Sue Anderson I
son. President Roosevelt was a guestof The assassination of the .Czar of
Mr.: _C. E. Herrick, of Crystal River her class. Russia.
for dancing
the house not many weeks ago and I -

:"c speht'New Year's day In Ocala The ball was opened at half past for the past two weeks Mr. and :Mrs. f The assassination'' the Sultan of t

t' eight o'clock with a grand march Flagler, with a party of friends, have Turkey. : .
Mr. I,, L. !liken. a prominent citizen
participated in by twelve couples. The been demiciled there. Saturday night The prevention of three wars by .4--
_
c of Heldtsville. was visiting In" Ocala .affair was a fancy dress one and the I, the hotel was the scene of gayety, the President Roosevelt L 1I

on Monday.. children presented a lovely picturein occasion being a ball given by Mrs. A protracted race war in the south. I 0 .

their various fancy cos'tumes and Flagler at which Miss Kathleen Ing- Destructive spring floods in the Lt -c

Judge W. S. Bullock and a party the evening'was certainly a very hap- raham. :Miss Louise Meeker, Miss Lucy 'I .United States. I -

3 .of tri nds"spent New Year's day fn py one for them. Alexander, Miss Gibbs and Miss Floyd A destructive eruption of Mount *

'; the :woods hunting. Quite a large number of spectatorswere made their debut. Vesuvius J

.- The activity of Mount Pelae and
present and after the intermission The grand dining room was used
I t
Mrsi S. if. Davis, of Tampa, is in II Popocatepetl.
they were allowed: the privilege for the dance and it was beautifully -

the .City and will spend a fortnight. of dancing.The decorated in red and green. :Music I 'Volcanic eruptions in all parts of

with her son Mr. P. c. Davis. following were those present in was discoursed by the Alcazar orches- the world. CURE
REMARKABLE
.' fancy dress: Ellen Clarkson, good. tra and dancing continued until a late The eruption of many volcanoes READ THIS .__

Mrs. Harry Lapham Is at home from luck; Ruth and Mary Boney, Japanese hour. The cotillion was led by Mr. now supposed to be extInct. "I was much afflicted with rheumatism, -writesEd.C.NudIowavilIeSedgwickCo.Kinsasl'goinff

.Jacksonville where she has been on girls; Nellie Gottlieb, music; Mary 'James Ingraham with Miss Louise Great loss of life at sea by storms.

.a ,visit to her parents.. ;1Ir. and Mrs. Burford holly; Etta Hood Sara Da- Meeker. Supper was served at mid- Destruction of two western cities by about on crutches and suffering a great deal of which pain.I :.
Snow Liniment, :
Balltrd'
was induced to try
D. E. Mark. vis, Jean Teague and Caroline Pasteur night and ended a most delightful cyclones. i cured me, after using three 50c bottlea. XTISTHB

gypsies; Hope Robinson flower evening. | Earthquakes in all parts of the GREATEST LINIMENT I EVER.USED;have recommended ,

F: Mr. and Mrs. L.V.. Jackson have girl; Leta Camp, frost; Marguerite Those participating in the dance worltf. it to a number of persons, aU expresithemselves a a

returned home from Gainesville, where benefited by it. I now walk ..
Anderson, Japanese girl; Jean Austin, were Miss Louise Meeker Miss Kath- Destructive earthquakes in California as being
they" have, been visiting"relatives for and the without crutches, and am able to perform a great :
4 colonial maiden; Alta Pearson night; leen Ingraham, Miss Shull Miss Lucy Philippines. the farm." ":
short while.. deal of light labor on
a Helen Brown America; Eleanor Crom, Alexander, Miss Elizabeth Dismukes, Rebellion in Spain.
AND $1.00
THREE SIZES: 25c SOc
Great disturbances all over Europe.
Dutch peasant: Weller Carmichael Miss May Dewhurst, Miss Fraser Miss
Mrs N. J. Wicker, after spending Spangler says further that the sum- BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT.
Jack Frost; Julius Brown society Elizabeth Fraser, Miss Evans Miss

several days in Ocala with her sister- swell; Curtis Crom, clown; Earl Crom, Constance Barling, Miss Mordina mer of 1906 will be hot and sultry ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.

? in-law, Mrs. J. A. Walters returned to throughout the temperate zone, witha
monk; Nellie Bullock page; Willie Floyd, Miss' Gibbs, Miss: Margaret u
her home at Coleman, Monday.
Anderson, Mephistopheles; Pat And- Gibbs Miss Amy :McMillan: Miss Alice high death rate -

erson, Lee Hong and Paul Weathers, McMillan, Miss Kinney Miss Foote That Christ will make His spirit felt
Mr Robert Adams arrived in Ocala SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
page. of Daytona; Miss Fleming of Jacksonville among the peoples of the United
;. : Sunday and is the guest of his mother States
and
England, in which countries ALL DRUGGISTS.
Mrs. Edwards at the Ocala House. He ; Mrs. Darrow, Mr. I n'ah.l1n.Mr. ,- -_... ---- .. .- .. .. ---- .. -
Spades :Mr. Boomer Mr. Van there are to be fervent religiousand -
will remain in the city all winter. Special Services at the Presbyterian I
.Y Church. Ness, Mr. Franz, Mr. Hopkins :\11'.1 potent political movements, whichare RETAIL PRICE LIST OF

Eoice Mr. Lund Mr.-McNair Mr. Mc- to overcome in a geat degree thepresent
,
'' Connell, Mr. Boggs, Mr. David Dun- commer- MALT.
of Augusta. Ga, are inr Ocala Presbyterian church every morning at cialism. ,
ham; Mr. Fatio Dunham Mr. Goldy,
the of their relatives,
and
are guests 10 o'clock and every evening at 7 Mr. Meeker, Mr. George G'bs! Mr. That the United States will continueas
rn : )Ir. and Mrs. D. S. Anderson; '
o'clock during the present weelc AVery r. Meeker Mr. George Gibbs, Mr. a world' power and the leader of EXPRESS: P22PAIO. I fj lk goo >Jugs free-Not orepald,

extended Couper Gibbs, Mr. Stark, Mr. Livingston other nations. Pull Qt. Measure.._. 4 Qt: 6 Qts u Qts Si 5o per galt!>1Rye.,Gin.Coa. Good Grade
cordial invitation Is to
Miss Grace Hatchell has to
gone
Club Rye ._ 00 ;
6s iIO 57
Hunting b l S4 (2 oo per gallon
she will visit her Mr Robinson Mr. W. Robinson, That Pennsylvania is to have "an l"dson County Rye......_ 2 go i; 25 7 50
Gainesville, where every one to be resent at ther services administration of the people and that Monogram Rve.. ._...... 5 4 60 8 Rye. Gin,Corn, Rum fine finality$2.50 per gal .
Mr. Henderich, Mr. r.. P Daniel Col.Darrow. ,._... ; Rye. Gin. Corn, Knm Best for the money
cousin, Mrs. James M. Dell for a and we hope that every one that Hanne's << Rye ";'" 3 7y2u ;: 00 <<)
.-St. Augustine Record. discoveries of corruption will be made SxialDrons............ ..,.. 450 650; '1200' fjooix-rgal. ,
z- couple of weeks possibly can 1o sj will take advantageof which will drive some of the guilty Malt Whl"1tey...._...._ _. 35 500 9 53 "44" Rve. Peach and apple brondy. Mellosfe
"these interesting aid excellent) Peach randy ...._? _..._ 35 S 00 9 50 by age. $4 oo per gal.Victoria .
Florida Teachers Association. 'to suicide- Apr..le Brandy?.._._ -".- 3 75; 00 Q 50
F \ Miss Ettie Cam. after spending the meetings. JIollltndGill......._....___ 'J is 4 lS 7 25enecaGiu Rye Social Drops Rye,Medical qualityLEMP
That God will wreak terible'wnge- ; .?._ ... ,. 3r 5 5 00 a so Sf LOUIS BEER. Per doz. r3iountain
holidays near Tillaha see with relatives Rev., J. W. Roseborouim is assistingDr. The Florida school teachers' association ance upon the Russians for the mas- North Caroline Corn._ a65 4ou ; oot I FtlstaS ... _._. .__. ._...... ..._........Jti aj '
':,.. and Miss May Turnley, who at this m1eUnHe is an Corn ..?_.... .....- 3 5 00 9 SO Extra Pale ?__.??. ... ................. ... t to
Lindsay held their annual at : sacre of the Jews. Jamacta Rum..?_._? :?- 2 06iS 4 25: rr 50 Standard ...... -. .- _......... ... ?.-. .. 100
r spent her vacation at Tampa have returned excellent: preacher and all who heard meeting \n-j Medford Rum ._..?_? 3 is 500 9 50 Iatt.ejlrada.k .., .. ..-.... .. ..?.... 100
home. 11 ami last week. It was largely Spangler has attracted considerable nraoe Brandy... .. 37'> 500 q 50 Co"l1r"-, imported-....... ............?.......,. a oo
him on Sunday and Monday were delighted attention by his prophecies in the past Ktngof Kentucky Burborn. 3 75 5 00 9 50I I Bas Ale pints,..._,.....,?. ...-. .??....._. 2 25
with him. ed and was a very splendid meeting Assort est dllowei C1 an Goois cf Sale:: Guinness Stout pints ....-.........,-....... 2 25
and in has following -
,
,- consequence quite a
{
The Ocala Banner wants a correspondent Mr. C. M. Gordon. of Mcintosh I'i5 from beginning to end. The teachers who believe that his power is I'd e. Prices by the barrel on applicrtios. -

;: in every community in the charge of the singing and at each from all over the! state were diarmed j-
a Divine gift Among his most no-
county Help us make Marion -county service renders several splendid solos. with the ."Magic City" and the cor- 4
table prophecies. which came to pass, "
memorable during the?,year 1906.Mr. Mr. Gordon was in Ocala las year dial hospitality of the people of that -
are the death of Queen Victoria, the
during Mr. Holcomb's meeting a; the delightful city.- I HANNE BRO .5.
assassination of President Mclvin'.ey,
D. 5. Anderson manager of the Methodi.u cuhrcl and' the friends he Mr. W. D. Cam superintendent of I i ,
Ocala Fo'undry and Machine shops, the Chicago theatre fire the defeat of 46.258 West Adams St. Jacksonville Fla
made at that tim are delighted M public instruction for Marion county,
the Russians by the Japanese, the elec-
has returned home from avisit: .to have Ihe opportunity-of hearing \brim and Mr. J. II. Workman, principal of
\ tion of President Roosevelt and the -- --- -
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relatives, at Auburn, Alabama. again. the Ocala High school, attended the ,
I General Slocum disaster in the North
meeting,and greatly enjoyed (he con
Mr. C G pa.ntrell. who spent the river at New York.
:
for" vention. Dealc Furniture
Picnic Miss Carita Dogrjeit COl1)pnny.There
g" Christmas holidays in Ocala left Mon- -- The following officers were ejected .
day for Cedar Key, where he is the I .Saturday we received a very
: Mrs. Clarence Camp gave a. pirnic for the coming :year: -"
neat and attractive New Year's card
principal of the schools at that a '
public -
party on New Year's afternoon for her President-A.. M. C. Russell, of !
' place. | froze Dr. John Gordon Law of Wal-
Miss Leta anti her Brooksville. i
sister Camp, guest: .
1 I halla, S. C. On the back of the card
Miss Carita Do'ggett,. of Jacksonville.The Vice President Miss Roweria Long- I
I ,' :Mr T. E. Pasteur, who, has been Dr. Law had written ,the following is Nothing Too Good For You.
loungfollis went lon in a wags mire of Bartow. :
r j
quiteill for several weeks was able New Year greeting: With a'ear's
*t < end enjoyed; a trio several miles Secretary: G. Kellum. of Tallahassee 1 all .
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.3 x New ar' and subscription and best wishes for ,
to be up on Y $ day was
down the river on a launch. fruit *
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at ,his. tfiee. for a short while nuts and candy were among the pleasures Treasurer-R. L. Turner, of Inver- II even the- 'devil, and may the Ban-' That's a broad statement, but it holds good. fo5b you will :surely re-
her ever be the exponent of. right-
of the afternoon. The weather ness. Bret buying cheap furniture. Now that .does not mean that you
w Mr.. ,B'TOnYest has returned to his eousness and so help to hasten the j '
: should pay an exhorbitant: price for your goods, and
was Ideal for .a r.ien3 and this jollv Executive Committee Miss Rush- ito would
home In Jacksonville, after a visit of coming of the "year of jubilee. know
crowd of young full:* enjoyed thHr ford, Jacksonville; R E. Hall; Miami; where you can get the_ best goods at lower prices Clan you

a fw days in Ocala with Messrs. Osco outing at Silver Spring immensely.: J. A. Ormond Marianna; Miss Miller, are paying some other l>1$.t '. '. .'. E''
and Guy "Zewadski. I A Grim Trabedy
The jolly crowd was co'xipose.l of : Orlando i iI I is daily enacted in thousands' of -
x Augustine homes, as D:>ath claims in each one, _
Misses Carita Dogglf'ted'as the _
:? Miss Sallie "Teague, of Lady Lake, another victim of Consumption or
Mary Burford Lucil. Standley Alta next meeting place. !I
Pneumonia. But when Coughs and Smith
visiting the family of her brother i & Roberts
Pearson. Beulah Halt :Marguerite Porter Colds are properly treated, the tragedyis p
i T Mr. Frank ATeague on Fort King .
averted F. G. Hubtley. Oaklan! > o '.
Morris Smith, Louise eha al. Orlando Solves a Problem That May t :,',:
wife had
avenue.. don, Inll.Tiles: "My the : "-
Ralph and Phil Robinson. Frank Harris Interest Ocala.! consumption and three doctors gave will take pleasure in showing you the best goods at the lowest l i
her Finally she took Dr. King'sNew
=' Vat more Izlar returned, to the Sutherland jr., Robert' Anlirson aa' The sink hole is solved. It
problem her
Camp, jr. i Coughs and Colds, which cured ,
collegeSundaY' afternoon after has been, an extended proposition not and today she is well and strong." It -. '. r ..... f
$ :spending several weeks at home with I kills the germs of ail diseases. One .
.because the theory of draining it was -
Rev. J. A. Dixon, pastor of the I
dose relieves. Guaranteed at 50c and "
his{ parents. Major and Mrs. L. T. Iz-
tars Methodist church in Hardwick Vt at fault, but because it was Impos- $1.00 by Tydings & Co., druggists. :1
Trial bottle free.
m
sible to secure men of practical
in order to with the
.., \ --r-r get acquainted I '

t. ;c:: Mrs. Mamie Fox accompanied by laborers of the villageand thereby be knowledge, equipped with suitable machinery Mr. G. W. Baker of Shelbyville, Indiana t
to do the job. When once the '
1 her friend, Miss Hattie Carter, went better enabled to reach them throughthe is in Ocala and paid this office ',
'f
pulpit has donned the of proper ,parties were secured, it was
down to Fruitland Park Sunday to apron a pleasant call last night. Mr.

Z*r. spend a few days. They gathered oranges a stonecutter and with a mallet and i I very readily seen that the plan adopted Baker is making a trip through the r
in the beginning was the right one.
; from the trees and wild flowers hammer is learning the trade of a i I south this winter and expects to visit -

from the woods. granite cutter in the shops of the larg- The' well drivers from Pennsylvania". Havana and other principal cities
went to work intelligently and expeditiously : ,
cone'ern I
est in the village. Previousto in Cuba before returning home. He >

'qs Sam Teague left Monday for Atlanta entering the ministry Mr. Dixon as soon as they arrived on I is enthusiastic over Florida and her

to continue hIs studies at the At- was a sailor. He begins at the bot- the ground and in six or seven days delightful climate but says when it One and .

lanta Tech and John Patten Hyman tom, doing only the very simplest of drove a 12 inch pipe down 136: feet to i I comes to farming Florida is a long Two-horse Hay Presses .

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t work but the hope that the cavity originally found with the :i t
left at the same time for Lake City, expresses way behind Indiana. .
4 some day he be to first test pipe of two inches, which Tedders .
where he Is a student at the University may competent
.
t." and was sunk nearly a year ago, and in ,
of Florida. do fine lettering carving.On Pleasant and Most Effective.T. .
another week a second 12 inch pipe J. Chambers, Ed. Vindicator, Liberty -

had Friday night Ralph Robinson was driven to the same level. 'Now a Texas, writes Dec. 25, 1902: Mowers Rakes
Up to date we have only two* entertained i "With pleasure and unsolicited by ,

it' frosts and no ice Wehave had an exceptionally 'between twenty-five. and third '12 inch pipe is being sunk in the'. roar, I bear testimony to the curative f

$ warm and pleasant winter thirty of his young friends very de- ditch emptying from Lake ,Davis southof i' power of Ballard's Horehound Syrup. r
I I j I have used it in my family and can Knife Grinders .
with the exception of the rainy lightfully at the home .of his parents, the bridge, near Mrs. Smith's property j I cheerfully affirm It is the most effect -

weather' just before and during the Mr. and Mrs.. George K. Robinson. The without doubt, after the inundated t i' tive and best remedy for coughs and ,
colds I have used."
: .; holidays.Col. special guest of the evening was Miss J f district shall have once been Sold by all ever druggists. m Complete Stock of Repairs

Emily Vandeventer of Gainesville a drained, these pipes will clear all the < ,

.. W.. N. Camp-. and his four little-, cousin of the, host :Miss Ethel Robinson I. waters that may accumulate. 'If they I j} The 'carnival attractions have left Both Deering and McCormick.

grand daughters. Stella, Nina, Nettie"; and Miss Edith Patch assistedMr. I doe then one phase of the sewerage i l ius, having departed for Jacksonville :

liter ww and Carita Camp and their governess Robinson in looking after his 1 1 I proposition is also solved for all that Sunday but our local colored brass

Miss Brand, have returned home from guests and they all spent a very happy will benecessary: will' be to sink these !j| band gave us a street serenade Monday MARION -
j I H0RDW0RE. COMPANY.
a: few day's visit to CoL Camp's grove evening together playing. various Indoor wells to a suitable depth and drainto morning. Ocala Is never withoutan

In" Citrus county., ga nes. it.-Orlando Reporter. attraction. If we haven't them
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t from abroad we get them from home *,
:Mr. W L. Miller, who is in the geo- Among the youths who will returnto Miss Porter Gives Carnival Party. talent You can't down Ocala. -

logical Department of the United their studies; after spending the holidays Phosphate Mine

States service spent the holidays in with their parents here are John Friday night Miss Bessie Porter The monitor, Florida, will be in Supplies. J :

Ocala with his parents CoL. and,MrS. Patton Hyman, Florida University gave a carnival party the special Jacksonville on a visit this week. The Section Hose. .
Spiral Pipe Wire !
Tram
Rope '
r- U. P. Miller. He has returned to Washington Lake City; Yalta Houghton Georgia guest being MissEdna, Williams, of Florida will remain there for five days Boilers Engines and :smokestacks, Cars, BteamPumps\1t'-

,' Military Institute College Park. Ga.; New Orleans. There were over a half and will probably be visited by a large \ Pumps.Vheelbarrows \ t
Shovels Relaying .
Frank Harris jr., Donald Frazier 1 I dozen in the party and they spent the number of persons.! This Is the first and Rails Wrought Iron a.' .

;,;m--' '<, I Mr; William Wallace' a prosperous I school Decatur. Ga. evening In a very Jolly and merry visit this boat has ever made to 'the Tools, Pulleys,Fittings Hangers, lingine and Packing (all kinds),

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:;J.f ; .:s ; 'wit attache _cf ,this office,,spent a part Bart Corley.. cf News; had a few carnival attractions. throwing confetti 11 Write for special Machinery. :_--j

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-:_' .'oldest eitizen_ ,::'lie}:leftMonday burg) ,, turning- up at Wild wood. Just, iiitime : Mrs. A.. J. Ler.vengood and daughter. ies. He will first have to abolish the OAR tCEY CO.
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VOL.40NO.30. t OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARYS 5, 1903. j' ONE DOLLAR A YEAR .... _

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:"'M SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, F MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE CAMP I I Miss Emily Van Deventer Entertains. J I Mr. and Mrs. Dale! Give Entertain CLEMENTS-MILLIGAN MAKING THE AMERICAN

:1: ,. Local .Editor. ment. -

J. --.. GIVE DANCING PARTY. Popular From Dunnel- EAGLE SCREAM., : -
I One of the prettiest most novel and Young Coupte

;: HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. I enjoyable society functions among the The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Ion Married in Ocala Yesterday.

An affair that gave much pleasure W. M. Dale 'was a scene of festal I Mr. Edward W. Clements and Miss:
-' set was the afternoon ride
younger
Mr. Charles IL Lloyd, of Holder, is to the young people of Ocala was Mr. splendor Monday evening in honor of I Daisy Milligan, of Dunnellon were

f jn the city. and Mrs. Clarence Camp's dancing and luncheon tendered by .Miss Emily the Royal guests gathered there from I married in this city yesterday at the

VanDeventer, on New Year's day. Miss faroff Russia and. In spite of the fact I Presbyterian Manse, Dr. W. C. Lind- Here's to the United States -of
' party Wednesday night from eight totwe1ve .
: ..It was almost uncomfortably warm VanDeventer who is attending Mun- that their'country is the scene of internal say performing the sacred and pretty I America. May they become the greatest -

'ayesterday" '. considering the season of o'clock.' The guest of honor contention as well as strife with ceremony that made them husband of all world powers, not becausethe
son Hall, a college for young womenin
? the year. was Mr. Camp's sister, Miss Sallie I foreign foes, the royal ladies seemed and wife. strength of their army and navy,

Camp, who Is at home from Baltimore I Washington, has been In the city most gracious and in the best of spIr- Mr. Clements camp up to Ocala on but by the force pf good example. '

Weihe's ,auction has come to a close. college for the holiday season. with her mother, and uncle, Hon. Wal- its. The, house was most beautifullyand Wednesday, but did not breath a word May the nation "return to the fountain -

It attracted large crowds and was Mrs. Camp is a delightful hostess, ter G. Robinson, for the holidays, and artistically trimmed with the of his intentions to his friends. Miss whose waters spring close by th.3

.: quite, successful. a woman of unusual fascination and inasmuch as she expects to return to handsome bamboo vine and palmetto. Milligan joined him here yesterday blood of the revolution."May it havea

; rir tact and Mr. Camp plays the part of the National Capital today, considered Mesdames Sam and Jim Dell two pret- morning and they were quietly mar- new birth of freedom and assert at

I Mr. S. T. Dell of Gainesville was a host in a most admirable manner \ it a fitting tribute to her friends here ty matrons were dressed in Russian ried. They left on the afternoon train. every opportunity, in act as well as

among the traveling: men in Ocala on and their parties always have an atmosphere to entertain them in this manner. The peasant, costume and stood by the for their home at Dunnellon. Sheriff .I in word. the principle upon

T: Wednesday. of charm all their own. party started early in the afternoon. door with a tray containing bread and .Gordon a friend of the young couple, which it owes its high fame and great

Mrs. Camp wore an exquisite gown the Devil's Millhopper, seven miles distant salt, which each guest was invited to took'the precaution to wire the news progress.

} : Mr. Dixon H Irvine, of Orange Lake of lavender crepe de chene beautifully being their objective point. The partake of as a symbol of welcome be- to the "phosphate city," so Mr. ,and Here's to the lovers of liberty

, ,'" ., was doing: business in Ocala "Tedn<'s- latey trimmed. Miss Camp is ver day was beautiful, reminding one neath the roof. After that ceremony :Mrs. Clements who thought their arrival throughout the world. May they
f (
. :: fla.; pretty: being of, the blonde type more of a May festival than an occasion was over they were each led Into the there as man and wife would never learn to compromise on liberty's

with lovely fair hair and complexIon. of midwinter, with the result presence of the royal: ladies, where be a profound surprise and that they definition. May they not lose courage

f ? Mr. Charles V. Miller has been a' Her dancing dress Wednesday that the drive was as, invigorating and they were presented in order of their would elude the proverbial shower of because of temporary defeats. May

f ; business visitor to Jacksonville for night was pale blue chiffon satin pleasant as it was merry. rank. the ladies of the club being rice, old shoes, etc., were much surprised they stand by truth "ul awed by Influence -

: several, days past. and she looked exceedingly lovely. I On the return home was reached attired in' the most gorgeous gowns to find a big delegation await- and unbribed by gain."

r : There formal line I about 5 o'clock when was serv- Here's to the American citizen who
. was no reception supper ever seen at the Russian court, sparkling ing their coming. They were treatedin I

} Miss Goule)" Sanders, of- Brooks- the gay coterie of young people, who ed at small tables. The table decora- I with, diamonds and pearls, manyof the usual happy manner of brides thinks for himself, whatever his pres-

: Yille,' is visiting her aunts.' Mrs. R. G. accepted Mr. and Mrs. Camp's invitation -' tions were most, attractive being cozy them resembling the true Russian and, grooms and were overwhelmedwith i ent day politics may be. May be con-

[ ,: Blake and :Mrs. G "W.,Martin. meeting and greeting each otherin bunches of roses, e
pleasant informal fined to one-color scheme. The lun- who have been "divinely appointed" to
a very way. a After this most trying ordeal, the Mr. Clements is young phosphate
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i Mrs. W.' S. Clark after: spending There was, a program dance of four- cheon was daintily and temptingly guests were escorted to the!, beautiful man and is very prominent in his control the property of the country

t ;, several months with relatives iif Tan.. teen numbers and throughout the evening prepared and comfiised oysters, con- dining room, where all were helped to home city. ':Mrs.! Clements is an 'exceedingly had been ordained of ,God to <|o the

'delightful punch wis served. The fections, fruits ice cream and choco- thinking for the people. '
f pa, returned home Tuesday. a delicious cup of extra-fine Russiantea handsome young woman and -

. large piazzas and beautiful lawn form- late. It is needless to add that merri- and lovely cake, one of the royal for several years ,has been the popular It is not easy to emulate the example -

: Hr J. M. Aiken, of Bar svme, Ga., ed a most attractive "lounge" betweenthe ness and good cheer reigned supreme ladies being at the head of the tableto Dunnellon school teacher. She Is a of that fine old country negro.

.t.. visiting. his son, J. W. Aiken, who dances and was the scene of much around those boards for some time. pour the tea and a number of.young native of the Fort McCoy section and who kneeling before the throne of : '

?, :.: lives in the third ward. gay chatter and enjoyment. I In all the entertainment was a novel ladies dressed in peasant costume as greatly loved by all who know her. grace cast to the winds all thought of

'.-- During the intermission ices, cakes success and, Miss VanDeventer' guestsare waiters. One of the pleasantest The Ocala Banner wishes Mr. and self and in the generosity of soul .

Miss Annie Feinburg and her sister, and other delicacies were passed to under pasting obligations for her features of this most perfect eveningwas Mrs. Clements a very happy and prosperous prayed: "Remember. the rich and remember -

: after a short visit in Ocala, returned the guests and the, hours until after I hospitality upon this occasion.- the delightful music, of which married life.Beautiful de po', remember 'de bond and

: to their home at Dunnellon Monday midnight passed right merrily. Gainesville ;:Sun. Gainesville may well be proud I the free; and when you git fro remembering

afternoon. Mr.- and Mrs. Camp's guests were the I The special guest-of-honor at this Mr. Dale was suffering from a cold Reception. all 'round den good Lord, remember :

following: Miss Camp, Dr. and :Mrs. party was iliss VanDeventer's, cousin and hardly felt equal to singing, but me." But in the spirit of this -j
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Mrs., D. G. Edwards will shortly W. II. Powers, :Mr and airs C. L. A-n- Miss Hope Roliinson; of this city. later In the evening gave: two beautiful ,A beautiful reception which the in- day we may at least. join with "Tiny -
I
I kave an electric elevator put into the derson. Mr. and :Mrs. A. E.Gerig, Mrs. '. selections most admirably, and in clemency' of the weather did not affect Tim" in the reverent appeal: "OoJ

t ;' Ocala House. This will be a very Lit. L. Anderson Mrs. Clifton Camp Whist Party I for Miss Patch.From spite of the cold his voice seemed fill- as a. social success was given Thursday bless us. everyone"-Commoner.t .

: : great improvement and convenience. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. McKean, Mrs. C. -- ed with pure,.rich tones and the songs
,afternoon at the home of. Mrs. .
" \. Miller. Mrs. Frank Drake, Mr.. and ( Friday's Daily.) were considered a great treat by all. '
1' Death of Mr.
, ;:; There is quite a mad dog scare on Mrs. Arthur Clark, Misses :Mattie and Yesterday afternoon Mrs., HerbertL. Mr. and Mrs. Dale acquitted them- Henry Ro'bins by Mrs. Robinson, Haggard. -
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: \ In Ocala. It would be a good idea to Carrie Williams, Sarah McCreery, Anderson: gave a very pleasant little selves as host and hostess most ad- ; Mrs. George West Wilson and. Mrs.
C. died at
Mr. Benjamin Haggard
i ; keep all dogs at r home for awhile. Leafy Sylvester, Valeta Potter, Sara party for Miss Edith Patch of mirably, and the Twentieth Century :William Wakefield Frazier. : the v Montezuma Hotel in this city =
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.. Boston, Mass. The weather was exceedingly -
Sue
and Louise Harris. Louise Scott.
Ciub is to be congratulated on the
Nothing had been left undone for Wednesday morning of tuberculosis,
Mr. "William Wallace, of Savannah, Anderson Eloise Miller, Sue Barco disagreeable but the young novelty of the event and their knowl-
the pleasure of the invited guests. The aged about thirty years. -
.. returned to Ocala Wednesday from Mary Anderson. Ethel Robinson. ladies were all present and had a most edge of the customs, among the nobil- "
Mr. Haggard came to Ocala about
'. a visit to his sister, Mrs. C. L. Liversat Eloyse Izalr Annie Davis, Pauline enjoyable time., Whist was the game ity of ,Russia.-Gainesville Sun. touse was beautifully decorated, and -
three months ago from New York,
Summerfield. Sullivan Edna Dozier, Hattie Dye and for the afternoon and those playingwere the refreshments and ensemble werea -
where he prominent bank cash- -
was a
t Esther Weathers. Carita Doggett and :Miss: .Patch Mis. J. K. Austin, Miss Wlliams; 'the Guest of Honor at little out of the ordinary.The .
( ,that"-W would be -
ier, in'the hopes e-
h Frank. E. Saxon, so popular in Leta Camp. Messrs. J. H. and' W. D. Mrs. Clifton Camp, Mrs. W. H. Pow- a Pretty Party.
: serving table especially was an benefltted by our balmy :4imate. A
ernando and whereyer he is known. Taylor, O. B. Howse, G. H. Ford. 1'. ers, Misses Sarah McCreery Meta I I
I : i i artistic triumph. The centerpiece was couple of days ago he became very -
k a visitor to our city. H. Harris,'M. J. Roess, J. H. Bell, Donald Jewett, Mary Anderson Hattie Dye, Miss Edna Williams was the honor '
of bride's roses, outlined with a star much worse and his. father: vas sent -
434i Ford, Robert Mathews, H. A. Wat- Sue Barco, E.therVeathers, Ethel guest at another delightful party on
of holly and, poinsetta. The cutglass for. He arrived on the early morning -
$ Mr. J. -S. Jolly of Gainesville, road- erman, Morris Smith. Louis Chazal. Robinson and Sara Harris. Mss( Barco Friday morning at which time Mrs. -
candelabra had filagree silver shadesin train Wednesday only a few hours be ---- 2
;; Master of the A. C. L. railway, was Harry Palmer, Osco Zewadski, John captured the fifth prize, a handsome George R.: McKean and Mrs. CharlesV. :
colonial In addition to the
design. fore his son passed away, .
a guest at the Montezuma yesterday. Sullivan. Harvey and Howard Clark. I burnt wood book rack and the booby llilley were the hostesses.
: pretty silver and cutglass dishes filled The body was prepared for burial -
C. IL Lloyd, J. H Workman, Ben Con- prize, a box of confections, went to j There were sixteen guests and progressive -
,,' I with cakes and bonbons there -
were by Messrs. Mclver MacKay and Wednesday :-
( : Mr. Fred Gaskill, is, we are glad to don and Guy Zewadski. Miss Anderson. After the games, the f: anagrams was the game that '
.. compotea of crystalized'fruIt which taken by the father
night was
I : learn, rapidly improving after his recent -. The music was screened off in one young ladies were asked.into the din- .cept the young folks pleasantly amused -
o was very lifelike. including whole to Salem, Washington county. New
severe illness. tend of the dancing hall and consisted Ing room where a delicious menu consisting I during the morning hou'rs. Miss
1.'": bunches of grapes and pears, cherries York where the funeral will be held. -
of a stringed orchestra of five of shrimp salad olives, beaten Loffman, of Chattanooga won the

j.; Miss Beth. Liddell returned home pieces. biscuit coffee, cream, cakes and cry- prize a pretty handpainted needle' etc. P;f
The library brilliant with
"" few was me- New Year Gifts. ;
.::" Wednesday afternoon from a stalized ginger was served. The table book ana scissors ease -

:<'-::. iays' visit to relatives at Anthony., Two Deaths Friday. was very prettily decorated with asparagus i A dainty luncheon was served after teor roses and the drawing-room, decorations -
consisted of palms and ferns Messrs. Rheinauer & Company
>: ferns and a vase of white the games on the small tables at
been conducting banked in an alcove, and white carna- Ocala's popular dry goods merchants,
t Mr. Kelly who has Mr. A. II. *
Early Friday morning roses formed the center piece. which the games were played, the two
> Weihe's for the tions and maidenhair ferns on the gave to their customers a handsome -
r; the auction at Mr. : Allen did at his home in Marti City. Miss Patch is a very attractive hostesses being assisted by Mrs. C.
Wednesday forE mantel and tables.. New Year's present in the shape of j
f: past three weeks, left He was seventy: :years of age and had young lady and this little party in C. CarroiL
The haIl was attractive with palms. pretty china plates! and other piecea-
New Orleans. been suaering with consumption for her honor was an unusually pleasant The young ladies present were
and Prof. Edwald G. Abel's Windsor of china with their best wishes for a
the past few yeais. He was an old event. Misses Edna Williams, of New Orleans,
; returned orchestra furnished delightful musI- and new These
Miss Caro Liddon bas' a happy prosperous year.
living
j Confederate veteran and had been .
Maude Loffman, of Chattanooga, Jessie -
f_; home from Gainesville, where. she in Ocala for: some years. He"" is I Mr. and Mrs. :M.: Handelsman left Palmer, Pauline Sullivan Annie cal program. gifts were exceedingly nice ones and -
; Mrs. the three hostesses, greatly appreciated by the recipients. .
with her sister, Receiving were were
}'I pent several days wife and two children. York City, where
rurv ived by a Tuesday for New Davis, !Mattie and Carrie :Williams, i -
'> and assisting in various ways were a --,
J. M. DelU The, funeral was held Friday after- they will spend: several weeks. Theygo Sallie Camp, Janet Weathers, Sue Anderson -
of Jacksonville's most
number
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I large
);:. roon at the old cemetery, Rev. L.. W. especially early this year on account Louise Scott Eloise Miller
,
eO Bethel Gallagaher of Tampa, is prominent society women.-Times-Un- Mrs. Carroll Entertains for Miss Wil.
Mr.
in Moore c inducting the services. of the ill health of M. Handles- Bessie Porter and Louise :Moody., liams.
:7 a p' mlnent young traveling man the Marion county that the will ion. -
Friday morning at man in the hope change On this occasion Miss Williams was

''';. the city. lIe is a guest at the Savoy I I hospital in this city, the four be of benefit:: to him. While in New I I very attractive in a green silk suit Quarterman' -Gill s.- Friday afternoon front 3:30to,

Hotel, months old "babY'of }fr; and Mrs. J. York they; expect to buy the spring I I with a big green, pi<.ture hat trimmed I S ,-- 5:30 o'clock. Mrs. Charles C. Carroll t-

; of Martel. died after a for the Boston store. During
Mr. E. W. Clement, a prosperous A. Hicks roods vith fu? and green wings. The marriage of Miss Johnnie, Gulls entertained in a very charming manner -
short illiess". The little body was laid their absence Mr. Max Bloom will be
operator of Dunnel- and Mr Wilmer Quarterman was solemnized in compliment to her sister, Miss
phosphate
,,{: young to rest in the old cemetery in the af in charge of the Boston store and the Confederate Veterans Meeting.A .
,, who
,.." a* the Montezuma yester at the Presbyterian church Edna Williams, of New Orleans, :
lon was
,
:' ternoon.Mr. branch store of which he Is the man -
>- at DeFuniak Springs Thursday morning is her guest for the holidays.
; TtJ day., : and Mrs. Hicks have the sym- ager will be closed until the returnof called meeting of the Confederate exceedingly' -
of Christmas week. Miss Williams was
J* oathy ot their friends in the loss of Mr. and Mrs. Hendlesman. Veterans will be held in the council
farmer decorated white dress and Mrs. Carroll
ilr. W. ElcKay, a prominent The church was very prettily. ty in a

;. <. of Summerfleld, was registered their infant child. chamber next Monday for the purposeof and the bride and groom stood wore black the two making a very

Ht the Ocala House Tuesday. He belongs Misses Beulah Hall'and Lida Mc-' electing a brigadier-general under a bell made of pink roses and pretty,and attractive picture Assisting -
:$ We are in receipt of a letter from Dougald, who spent their Christinas Francis P. ;Fleming, promoted to Majorgeneral -
"i" to the good old Scotch brand. Mr. and Mrs. Quarterman left imme- Mrs. Carroll were Mrs. George R
Mr. Anthony Finzel written1 from New and in Ocala, left .
at of the
.L vacation 'lampa division.F. diately after the wedding for Valdosta McKean and Mrs. Charles V.: Miller. .- -
York in which he says he wishes the Wednesday for Gainesville where they M. Hubbard Commander.E. '
Afr. Otto Butterwick, of Brooksville. where they will reside. I The home was decorated in a most
; brick city a very prosperous new year. Mr. Troy Hall .
attend Brennou College. T. Williams, Adjutant
at the in and carnations
arrivals of the roses
is among the prominent Miss Gillis was one sponsors pleasing way
'
/I- He writes that he is now: organizing his sister and' cousin to
!< Montezuma. He will act as court accompanied to the Confederate reunion In Ocala i flags and bunting. There were twenty -
another Sherlock Holmes company of Gainesville after whIch'he will returnto It is rumored that President McCall,
stenographer during the Shaw Thompson last winter and while here'was entertained i young ladies present and progressive -
: :
; which he will _not only be 'the stage Lake City to resume his studiesat I of the New York Life Insurance. company .
trial which begins today. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. military logomachy was played
manager but will also play the lead- the university of Florida., has resigned and will take a '
C. A. Liddon. and proved to be a very delightful
ing part and that he hopes some day : trip to Europe and remain in the old
i We regret exceedingly ti learn that I game. The scores and the tables were
bring to play in Ocala. G. N. Saussy, of Hawkinsvllle: for long time. How 'these
to a company Mr. country a .
Mr, Edward L. McIntosh is very ill *this [ Big Price for"Convicts. all marked with small flags and in

I home In Sylacauga Alabama. This Mr. Finzel says: that he is doing well Ga., is in the city. Mr. Saussy is very big fellows, when they get into trou- various ways the military idea was -

z' and hopes before long to see his Ocala prominent in Confederate Veterans ble, like to hike oft to- Europe, and '
will be sad news to his host of Ocala The convicts for ;-ptrus bounty carried out Miss Jessie Palmer
: I : friends again., circles and was formerly a resident of how distasteful the United Slates becomes '
the leasingwas
frknds.r were. leased Monday.As ,I proving herself the best speller, was -
I Ocala He is here'as a witness before to them! But, they should not largely advertised quite a number !I[ awarded the prize a boxof Huylers.
e Mrs. Hannah Prescott was killed by And he has for what is plainly
return- the circuit court many blame the country ,' '
r Mrs. J.. P. Hilburn and son I of bidders were In attendance. Miss :Mattie Williams received the

ed home Tuesday morning from Hora- I train No. 54 on the Seaboard Railroad friends, who are delighted. see him their own wrong doing. When the bids were all opened it consolation prize. :-

.. Friday morning, about one mile north
osassa, where they had been the guests again. was found that Messrs. Pearson' & Supper was served at five o'clock
: of Starke. The engineer states that The treasurer of Town Topics the
I of Mrs. J. J. Williams for several days.; Sexton were the h1ghe't: bidders and and the yourftr oeoplt-! ho were Mrs
, Mrs. Prescott was walking alongsidethe Hon Tom Palmer of Tampa, is registered printing concern<< in New York city, Their I
they were awarded the contract., Carroll's guests en.i YI-d themselves

'- Little Elizabeth Stevens, of High track until he was close to her, at the Ocala House. He at that got up "Fads and Fancies," which bid was 27.10 per month for all exceedingly. ,;.-: ;

when she stepped on the track. too represented Hillsborough much unfriendly criticism
time created so
grand- one
Springs, Is the guest of her males. We did not ascertain what was
to the train. He repeatedlyblew the state senate and represented in that it owns .
. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stevens late stop county in has testified court their bid for females, but understand A newspaper always to be fLid

: This little girl is the daughter of :Mr.: the whistle, which was heard in it welL He is a big, earnest Tom Watson's Magazine I Tom Is letting thivalry played no part In their bid. hard at work in "building up" fieinterests

several persons, but to no aristocratic circles and I
t and Mrs Henry Stevens. Starke by clear headed fellow. into very : of its section is the Switer .

effect. ,. we do, not know:what we may expect I I So far the Governor of Florida has County Times, published! by Hon J.

.- Mr W. W. Smith, president of the :Mr. Arthur G. Cummer is enjoyinga I next. failed to specify the "purchasablenewsparrs" C. B. Koonce at SunuervfUe. In Uil.
Mr. Otto J{. Brown. who has been hunting and fishing trip \\Jth Mr. I
of colleges about which he so glibly -
system of
Randolph-Macon Either Lawson is a loser or else he state. The last issue that paper
was, a In Ocala for some months past with Holder of Ocala and a party of
and a very prominent educator, is on the side of the copper marketat prattled recently.-Tampa Tribune. contained twenty pages of Illustrations ; -
Anti-Monopoly Drug'siore. left Friday friends along the Gulf. Mr.Cummer Isexpected
guest the,
;. visitor to our city Monday and a least part of the time which he I and reading matter bearing oa
while night for Cairo, Georgia. where he today, after a week's ab-
of Mr; and Mrs. R. L./nderson. has wasted much ink in condemning. Buy your Fertilizer, or Fertilizer the resources of the section. Such an ; -
business and make that Jacksonville Metropolis. I.'J
'f here Mr. Smith will go Into sence.- enough edition cannot but be helpful! in advancing -
friends heM Still if he canhold on long materials, of Lang Swath & Co., ,:

:-; a week with & friend at Homasassa place his home. The many he will no doubt win in the end- I agents for the Sanders Fertilizer Co., the welfare of Sumter ccnn. ,): ;.::...-
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:.c : .jind stopped over here. on his way to made while her, will regret very Twenty"pounds of sugar for $1.00at Pensacola News. Jacksonville Eta.rr x t-... -St Augustine Record. ," Li/J >' ;/-
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7'7 ',PAGE ,SIX. THE, OCALA BANNER, JANUARY: 5, 19C6. ___________________

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; <' THE OCALA BANNER, FOR,1906. -' CHURCH HATREDS.' BROADSIDE I IN DEFENSE- him that ,he was thrustinghimself
THE OCALA BANNERFRANK J SOil
ill : OF LAMAR. Into the limelight 'Well, that's what ippverisflea p

fc ji'l- -- ,- -- The O ala Banner will celebrate Its Like the fires of volcano that haveDeen we pay him for., ,
HARRs, Ecfit r. I
exhausted the fires of hate that Editor L'Engle, of the .JacksonvilleSun The calcium glare Is a good thingto -

P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. i fortieth anniversary this year.No have malTed :?nd; blackened the his- Praises Lamar and Scores turn .on congressmen, and when it' fmpoverished' soil, like itnpov-

I ., ,-, paper in Florida has lived so John Sharp Williams.We shows them fighting for a position on
tory of all religions have about burned f -hed blood needs a proper
long with the exception of the Union \ have' had a choice selection 'of an important committee where they fltlZ9 ;,
out and, scarcely the embers now remain can d> good service for the people they -tffiier. A chemist by .

part of the Times\Unlon, and it has but occasionally a word of Intolerance news and comment on the Lamar-"'il- > Is cantell what )
I represent, as did ;Mr. Lamar, lucky the soil you
t I hams row in the pational house of *
is hu.-fed rep-
I changed ownership many times. against .the :Mother the state that has a 1i limelight-loving! mzt.f to use for iffw-ent

Church. lesentaives, for mental Nr
"" our grazing, servant ., .,. '
The Ocala Banner has outlived all Why should this lie so-? Why; shouldwe and we have absorbed about all the : .H I nets. ;.1r
I J
the other business industries that feel unkind towards It? Duringthe facts in the ease and the comments Will Continue the Fight on the Buck Llpod w impoverished :

long and dIsmal period known as man Bill. f your '
were In Ocala when it entered upon its thereon. what
tell
the "Dark Ages it kept the faith-it ; ,:M I doctor wilt you
We are fully aware of the fact that
career. I I preserved the 'records-it fought the The decision does not prevent fur- need to fertilize it and give j
I our opinion of John Sharp Williamswill ,. :a
fight and It woo the race. Had it lost ther litigation. Injunctions or other -
There is not a merchant doing busi- not have any effect on the political the rich red corpuscles that
==- -: I its'zeal; had il wavered in its faith; I fortunes of Congressman Williams processes of law can be instituted and : ,

ness here now that was doing busi- had it ai'owed itself to become con- prosecuted in the state courts and, can 'clacking in it. It may be you "
\
Motto: The Banner, believing thoset and w-ould have kept it screened from

t: .. the top well able' to take care of ness here then. There is not a professional taminated with other religions, who | the public gaze if the remarkabl per- be carried to the United States Supreme st-wl a tonic, but more likely'youced

iT themselves, has taken its stand in the ,I man here now that was here believes that the birth of the "Child of i formances of the, gentlemen had not court as there Is a federal; a concentrated fat food,

barricades with the common people Bethlehe-m,'? would now be celebrated question involved. We understandthat
reached
: I across the Florida border aid element lacking
'and its fight will be made for the bet- then. Indeed, the Ocala Banner is the in all pat ts of the world as it has been |J t touched the people of Florida through no appeal can be taken, however, uid fat is the

: terment of those at the bottom. for the past wpf-k{? '! from the recent decision to the United svstem.
_._ I only enterprise now living that was one of their servants now doing duty: i .your *
-- .------.--'- I In a pulpit in this city we recently :!I In congress. States Supreme Court. We understand I

FRIDAY JANUARY 5, 1906. I doing business in Ocala in 1866. It heard an eminent. divine execrate this that this Is on account of the fact that I There'is no fat food that is ,
I \ 'I Because he has done this, we now .

bas absorbed and buried many rivals church for its superstitions, yet what give utterance to the opinion we form- the recent suit was entirely in the I '1) easily digested -and assimi- '

: Ocala was without a Christmas tra are its superstitions? I ed sometime and hands of the Attorney General. Lake '
ago, the -ted
pronounce
and has seen many changes and trans- : asjcott's ',. 1
: gedy.A It believes in the story of creationas gentleman from Mississippi an Incom- City will, of course, appeal to. the

itions. given in the Pentateuch; it believesin courts, and the litigation on the mat- '
j petent leader a
; compromising, easygoing Emulsionf
respite has been given the Ilawl-: the story of the Babe of Bethlehem; democrat ters involved has only, begun. The
We are pleased to say that the New power worshiping ;
_;('' ings until March 2, 1906. it believes in the story of the Resur- I and a small biased, unjust man. people of Lake City are determined, to .

Tear finds the Ocala Banner in bet- rection, and the Ascension; it believesin I He stood convicted of all three hold the State Agricultural College, Cod Liver Oil

: Christmas aftermath: Pockets empty ter shape than it has ever been before. the story of the Atonement: it be- I j counts in our indictment against him which was located here over twenty- '

. :L1 ; money gone. lieves in the story of Rewards and j i when 'he left Mr. Lamar and Mr. years ago and which they will do, the It will nourish 'and strengthen j
-
_ '\ It is now in a position to promiseits Punishments; there is nothing indeed, Buckman bill and the recent decisionto '.
Shackleford off the Interstate Commerce milk and
:<' hodwhen.( cream
The Shaw Thompson case has been readers a better paper in all respects in the story of the Christ that it dis 'I Committee because these two the contrary notwith:>tanding.Lalm -

r: postponed until January 8, 1906. believes.Its City Reporter. i f.il J to do it. Scott's Emulsion.
gentlemen did not with him last
than it has ever before printedand j agree
methods of government and its the same always -
i season on the rate regulation ques- always: ;i.
Florida has ginned to last reports -
up it will use its most strenuous measure of success are the most won- Catching Up With Ocala.; lWIlt'fitiul
tion. .
Dilatable and :
-" 33.000 bales Sea Island cotton.It I always .
derful in the world. No other organization -
efforts to make this promise good. It I ...-here the body is wasting from
: secular or religious, approaches :Marianna is getting cit 'fied. The
Is more "bl ssed to give than to Mr. Williams showed his incompet-
.. has just installed a Mergenthaler type- it. It almost has the appearance of price of shaves has gone up from ten H1couse either in children .'
receive but there is a beauty in both. eney as a leader by committing so impolitic .

setting machine of the latest make, being directed by the divine band-"a \i an act as this open and flagrant I to fifteen cents. ,r adults. ,
-
: Mr. Edison continues to make the pillow of cloud by day and a pillow of I insult to two of the small minorIty -
with many of the newest attachments, I The Chipley Banner in a recent issue free.
fire by Ight. We will send 'OU a sample
prediction that the "horse must go. he has undertaken to lead to the }

and is capable of turning out all man- Macaulay'sobservations along these accomplishment of good to the coun- I contained thirty-four homestead ,
notices'of parties pioving up their !He sun*that this picture
Georgia is mourning the death of lines are in point. They are cqnvinc- try through the adoption of d I1ImticprinciJoles. :
form of
books I in tie! '
ner of job printing, such! as claim All of the nOtlces. are dated ;i
Chancellor Hill of the ,University of ingly and most attractively stated.In _. laW i if on tin \\'ra'III'r\ :

: Georgia. t pamphlets, briefs', etc., expediously, every civilized city in the world It is an unwise leader who chastises f December 20th.! This is, perhaps, the # : z of "vtry buttle of Li.:: c.bicu .- -

and it hopes its friends will bear this and many that are uncivilized, throughits 1 t f his soldiers when the'enemy is so largest number of homestead notices, :'"4 i1 ytm Lu\'.
'
The country Is prosperous yet mon- Sisters of Mercy, the touch of this j!! much stronger in numbers, and the for the same date, ever published in I ; SCOTT & BOWNE
in mind. in Florida.-T llahasseei 1f :
I-'_ ey la scarce. Al Ithat glitters is not t church has been felt in its deeds of ,i fight is just about to begin. When any ,county V

1 gold. It has also a lot of the latest. faces charity. i i Napoleon took command of the 'army ii i I: Capital. eIn CHEMISTS

The sick, the halt, the lame, the un- i j of Italy he did JJ'
and i not find faulc with I Ii 489 Pearl St. few M
1
F of job type is in position to do ; the 'excItement incident to the ,
Webster Davis'return to the Republican fortunate from whatever cause: are its iJ I i i a single man for his ragged appearance -
J Wilhams-Lamar controversy, the 0 ; party has not caused the slaughter the most difficult styles of job printingin special wardens. Its words of encouragement ; ; or his breeches of discipline. He All Druggkts.J .
speaker of the house" has apparentlytaken
_ ,
: of the fatted calf. and deeds of tenevo-
I j overlooked their faults and kindled
the most,artistic manner and hopesto a secondary position in the pub-
: e lence, cover the earth as the waters I their enthusiasm by pointing' to the J

F-- : We have several statesmen in Ocala, score a big success for the year cover the sea. II I fertile "plains of Italy and Inviting'. lic' print, Just 'now Uncle Joe Can-
J JI r
non is no doubt a bit jealous of the Those "Inch" Editors. .
who hold down the
I : can gubernatorial 1906. It ,wants to make the year a If you want to be advised of the I! them to the feast. I
/j 1 I I minority leader and the Florida mem- --
'I" office in fine shape.
F work and sacrifice of these saintly I Napoleon led his minority tj glorious '
fIt memorable one in its history. ber. Palatka Herald. Governor Eroward has been criti
- women, read Brann's eulogy of them. victory and enormous heaps of
IW'e" I
:: a man had nine lives, like a eat, cised because of his utterances in the
- are too far advanced in every- r spoils taken from the enemy. i j
: he could insure them all and thus'get Why not lock-WIlliams and Lamarin In Germany an average of 3KH( per- Jacksonville Sun that "we are afflicted -
thing that makes for righteousness to Williams has led his mii'lritrto' I
even with the insurance companies. a small room and let 'em ha\e'it I sons are convicted annually for adulterating with a sprinkling of editors who
hold hatreds against any denomInation i defeat and has seen them despoiled by
out 'In private? Surely the public articles: of food. To prevent : sell editorials at so much an iiHh

?: Every lawyer in: Tampa has his would be batter off.-St. .Lucie Tri or creed. the victorious enemy., the :same thing being done in this with sentiments thrown In.".
Let the motto of ail religious denominations H The minority leader has several
business card .the of
in < newspapers bune. country is the object of the Pure Food We have'no ,doubt In the world of ,
that They believe in and of all. the world for times shown himself a compromising, .
I ( city sustaining 1 Exposition to be held In Jacksonville the correctness of the governor'sstate-
the year 1906 be: "Lo\e Ye One An- !
easy-going, er-worshiping demo
\Jl; (.:. Y" L"-.
-, C'apt W. J. Hillman of Live Oak January 4. ment.
:" : other. -
crat.
; : The expo \e yJTgom. and the Imports In the last democratic national convention the pressing of '
hope all the availables: will .not step By a key in the a large experience as a candidate.

i; e of diamonds]:, :are both reported down and out, for we've got to havea Agrees With.. the Governor. he was found in ,the ranks, White House' President Roosevelt will I Ag: such he came in contact with many

i: large and"profitable.. Is it a coincidence is I andvas mouthpiece for the Belmont- formally open the Manufacturer Pure
Governor, and the time getting We agree thoroughly with Governor I brand newspaper men; he ought to know
Ryan-McCarren street .of
: ? .' horter Gainesville Sun.Xew Food and' Industrial Exposition at
: day.-
every Brnward I whereof he affirms and have
in what he says regrding j we no
democracy that saddled the
placid,
,
', Jacksonville at S o'tlock Thursday
# a. in., idea
that 'he
deliberately lied aboutit.
The Ocala Banner has made some \ the newspapers of this state. He I colorless, learned one of Esopus on the
January 4.
York spends 1,000,000 a day \ '
(
i wonderful improvements since the, ad- for drinks.-Tampa Tribune. might have made what he said a lit- democratic host, that needed a Saul.

.' vent of a Merge thaier machine in its This presents: a good field for some tle stronger and then he, would not not a Daniel, to lead them against the. : Wanted-By the Ocala Banner, a Again, into every honorable vocation .,

office.-Tampa Tribune. have.painted: the picture as bad as it foe i profession and society on earth,
bright newsy correspondent at
heroic missionary work. The Tribune every ,
I ... really is. But we often know many In the last Mr. Williams unworthy men seek, and gain admis-
I congress postoffice in Marion
would do well to call Sir.. Carpenter's county.
Congressman Clark is ambitious to things we can't prove and know, a I exhibited his right to the title of com- sion and we hale no idea that the pro-
attention to It. *
add a "blind tiger's," skin to his other rood many others that we would dislike promising, easy-going, power-worship- -- --- fesion of journalism forms an excen--

:- trophies of the political chase.-St. Over 100 4 new buildings have beea veiy much to attempt to prove ing democrat when he so complacently j i tion to the rule. Why it is only the

Lucie, Tribune. bn account of the scandal it would other day that the newspapers reported -
: erected in Daytona during the past fell Into ,the net that his republican TERRIBLE [ECZEMA'ON
necessar'ly: create, and it would that a" popular
twelve months: valued at $282,90"t; or. be utter friends spread for him on the tariff preacher in Georgiahad <

:" Mr. Edward Atkinx the great folly for the Governor to attemptto reform question and the rate regula- run away with his neighbor's wife,
more. This is an increase of $58,376"over (
statitician and. i-olitieal economist < make, specific charges against any tioa question. |: The ministry, the churches, the ma-
the Halifax ,
I preceedirtg year.-
says 'that potash: Is more valuable Journal.; ;,
than Vie precious met ls. ter. The :Mississippi statesman read 'his I and professions have their

)Irs. Helen Wilmans-Post's second titles clear to the chars** we Mn? propOrtion of unworthy members and
.
'. There are 6,000 bills on file in congress trial before Judge Locke of the Unite Gilchrist's Star Rising. against him as a small, biased,''un- doubtless many a worthless man has

tz :, waiting 'to Pass Uncle Joe Can- ed States District court has been set; just man, in his action against" Messrs. Mouth and Eyes Covered With his name; at the head of a newspaper

non. "let some people think our 'ongressmeri 1 General Albert Gilchrist is one of the Column as "editor."
for January 22. Mr. Otis T. Green, Lamar and Shackleford. Crusts Face Itched Most Fear-
busy. best known and most popular men in
: never get ;We should feel .
of this city, is Mrs Wilman-Fost's It was small because he used the sorry were it other. '
Florida. If he enters the gubernatorialcontest fuiy! -Hands Pinned Down wise, because
\ leading attorney power vested hi! him by his party to to every article of genuine -
.. Governor Broward has not yet dir he will be a hard man to beat.
punish two of his party whose views, Prevent Scratching merit on earth is <:ount rfeited. We
vulged the paines of the newspapers He is a'man of high caracter and possesses have
not his views mater of. counterfeit gold, silver
Senator Taliaferro has introduced'in ; were on a party pearl -
that sell editorial space. The boys are considerable means as the result S diamond and
: waiting on him," 'Lake City Index.If the senate a public building bill for policy. I rubles The discoveryof
of his
,.. Ferdinandina, _which has been read own energy and sagacity. There It was biased because he was un- MIRACULOUS CURE a counterfeit proves the existence

'-' is aid that Gen. Joe Wheeler twice and referred to committee. It are thousands of Floridians who believe able to see merit in the view taken by I of the genuine. Hence the discovery -
that the next should BY CUTICURA -
may be placed in command f Xew provides for a building to cost not governor Lamar and Shackleford on the rate REMEDIES I I of worthless, counterfeit editors_ only

York's police. He is already one of over $100,000.-Nassau County Star. come from Gen Gilchrist's section of regulation question, when that view S -_ I proves that there are many who are
the state.-Jacksonville Metropolis.
the finest.
was not his view, altnnigh thj view If When my little boy wasix months old he sterling gOld.-Jaspes News.

Another Florida newspaper man of Lamar and Shackleford! has become! bad eczema. The sores extended to quickly
t The Griffin (Ga.) News is kicking Dscrediting a Statesman. over the whole body that we at once called in .
--' about Griffin's streets. We will swap_ iiade happy holding public office., This the view of ,a rrajority of congressmen. the doctor.' We then The B ckman Bill.

time it's Editor Thompson, of the Dun- went to another doctor, -- -
4-. streets with Griffin "sight unseen" or If "Jeems" Alexander did not figurein but he could The

:- any other civilized town in seven nellon Advocate. He has been elected: those election cases in Volusia The action was unjust, because Mr.' ?. him, and in our not despair help supreme court of Florida has

t' states. "lerk and assessor of this city.LlveOak Williams accused the two gentlemenof 4 we went to a third one. declared the Buckman school bill to
_ county it would be much easier for Matters be
Democrat breaking the rule of a democratic became so bad constitutional,. and now we should
the peo /.e of Florida to lake the, mat- that he had regular
: Now that a jury has returned a caucus when Mr. Lamar proved clearly -. holes in his cheeks not see why the'few newspapers who
ter with some degree of seriousness. ,
verdict ,of "not guilty" in- those Vo- The veteran Florida newspaperman that no caucus had been called on large enough to, put & have been fighting this bill should

:,, lusia county' election cases, Governor Hon. Frank Harris, editor of the West Pam! Beach Sun. the rate regulation question when the I L finger had to into.be The food cease their, tlrat!, s. We ponsider this
;: Broward ought to restore J. Wr Per- given with a
_ Ocala Banner, is to be congratulatedon the for his one of the greatest
rule was made. On the contrary, spoon mouth and best bills passed -
Wants the Great .
kins to office.-Lake City Index. Wrong Righted.The
was cowed with
the installation of a linotype ma- meeting was held for the purpose of crusts this year. The bids for the build-
thick
aa
as a finger, and
The cackle of the hen means more chine in his office. The Banner will proper thing for Mr. Alexander considering a matter personal to Mr. whenever he opened the Ings have been let and we .will be able

be better and brighter than ever with and 'illiams-the question ot his resignation mouth they began to I soon to send our children. to) <:f
lor the prosperity; of,the nation than others of this county to do just bleed and suppurate, as I. one'

he scream of the eagle. Fourth of this great modern invention as an aid. now Is to petit'on the Governor; to reinstate of his leadership.Mr. ._ did also his eyes. i the best institutions learning, in the

: -st. Augustine Itacord. Lamar did perfectly -ight i., protest Hands, arms,chest,and south,:-Williston Advocate.
July orators should ..make a note of <,' Mr. Perkins in the office of back, in short the whole :

(his. -u' County solicitor from which he was against the unjust action of this body, was covered over : -

i Mr. Jefferson said. "Change ypur suspended a f3 wweeks ago.-Volusia discredited leader, and the proper time and over. We had no The growth of the volume, of local
officers, gentlemen change them often. rest by day .
; A thousand marriageable women ; County Record to' do ** was the very first time he hada Whenever he cr night advertising throughout the country is ,'
They spoil In the keeping" This Is: was laid well
' are wanted in Big Horn' county, Wyoming chauc ia his bed, we Lad to Illustrated by the record break-
pleasant readln for the "outs" but
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pin his
-j where there are te n bachelors The new firms engaged in oatchjng 4s to the Williams remark that Lands down: ing volume of business carried by the '
does not sound S resonant to the AuoNSO IIotum. otherwise Le would
for every miss. Go early, and get your "ins." There will" be something do- catfish uid trout in Okeechobee and I democratic dirty linen stwu".d n-.t be I make ;: scratch his face, and Little Rock, Ark., Gazette. December

:. : ,pIck. ,;-.. ing in Marion to get, the "ins" "out" i the lakes above are doing a thriving washed in presence' of republicansthis ha. Litchd an open most sore.fearfully.I thltk his face must 10th, in ,a regular issue the Gazette

and the "outs" 9n.'' business, receiving good returns for all comes under the_ head of bun- .. n e tm&1ly thought nothing could help, carried 140 columns advertising. not "

.. The Cuban tobaceocrop_ has Just re- their shipments. A large number of comb and belongs on the Ijst of high- with and I the had child made to up my mind to lend my wife only a record breaker for Arkansas but

: Ported Its annual failure but it is The ,Telegraph' w uld Indicate.that. men are finding profitable employmenthere sounding but cheap clap-trap used by air might cure him Europe, otherwise, hoping le that was the to lea be probably-for- a regular Issue, the rec

_ t, .-'' thought that the Florida factories will Starke is 'a busy town. It has lots in the fishing business.-Tampa persons short on logic and long on put under good medical care there. But, 'ord for a,'city the size of Little Rock.
'
Lord
be blessed '
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- ; be able to turn out just as large a of local news, is neatly put together:, Tribune. wind. and we soon saw,a matters miracle.came A friend differently of -Printer's Ink : I:

lot of Havana cigars as ever.-Atlanta and a stranger would judge from its If the immaculate shirt front of spoke about Cuticura We made a trial SS

,' : ,5 Journal., appearance that Starke was a city Every Issue of the Ocala Banner for democracy was soiled, Mr. Williamswas within Cudcura ten Soap,Ointment,and Eesohent,and: Send 03 in the news ,from every
: days
or two weeks
p'f ..-'' -..'" .,-O-'<," ):.,. of four or five thousand population. the year 1906 will be, a special edition the man' who put the dirt on it, decided improvement. Just as.quickly, noticed as the section. "We want the Ocala Ban- .

.. .&"":.j...".'.," -'-W8bave'' 'f '' received some beautiful Such papers should have the support and will be specially devoted to- the and being soiled let us not be too particular sickness appear, and had within appeared ten it also began to dU- ner to ,give. the daily :doings. of the

tI. ; t A-1ewof:: Quincy, Mass. the old historiccity -. of the entire people of the city, no interests of the city of Ocala the about the place of the cleansIng absolutely well, and LU weeks skin was the smooth child was whole county Send UI in every local '
and
; ..f '.'<1.: famous as the home of two matter if don't suit" of Marion white as never before/- happening
,. everything "just county and the state of ; let's be. sure that the washing is F.Hohn.th,Presideut ,
the ,t
w' of C. L.
y' tP'! ldeJlt.s. These souvenirs were'sent, that appears in ,its columns. Be a Florida, and everything Shat will uplift done promptly and welL uTeri of Silk Ribbons llohrati Company Msmij. -
_ 4 to 20 hiuk
-. ; |tjs by Mrs. Sarah, EDreader Pierce a, valued man and support the paper that helps the. people! will-be: advocated in its Some of )Ir. Lamar's critics have June 6, 1900. South Bethlehem Alley,Pl..' Those New Year's- resolutions-:i la ,.j; : _

"'ii this alL-Gainesville Sun. Columns. 1" :' -" I cstzcur*&ap,9futment..... P1n ue sold all right to make
of hurled the terrible
' -' ,, > paper. .. cusation against. U&nerJ4. Puterbri&. I ChaD.CMtr..Sole I'ro them and better stuL/s4-, : .;
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'TWO SPLIt DID, SER M ONS.-,, THE' VEGETABLE WIZARD.As THE DIGNITARIES CAME FIRST. 1 CANAL COMMISSION- MEETS. ,'.'-e.; .
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eo--r-: V H. ROBINSON, Pres. J. C. BOOZER!; A*t. Mg

:./ !'t, Corqjregation )is Treated. to Big a Benefactor as. Edison-Has Cassini and Takahira Missing-Norway Chief Engineer Stevens Called on for $.. H. BUTCH, }dv-. G.J. BUTCH,Tener.r I -
Eloquent ;
Discourses.-
: 1 Evolved New '
last Many Vegetables. Makes Her Appearance. Opinion.
unday was the beginning ot'
Washington, Jan. 1.-New Year's .
nw' conference year In the Bar-: V In the Country Calendar a writer Day was observed at the White House Washington,,Jan. 1.-The Isthmian V

.;V: Jlethodret church, Rev, J, B. Mit
give- some of the exploits of Mr.,Luther today with all the traditional brim Canal commission held a short s ssio'nhere
ill hail f ucceeded. himself as pasted

t?; ming year and he seemed to Burbank, the great California plant V i ance of the President's, receptian. i I today, It being the regular quar- COMMERCIAL BANK

' 'the breeder. Says he: : Crisp, sunshiny weather brought out 1
'eel inportanee of beginning the terly meeting. .
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"For 35 crowds and actual count VV .
years Mr.-Burbank has been by 9,052 people V
'year strong. Fence he delivered two Chief Engineer Stevens, wLo came '
at work shook the President's hand. Last OCALA J ILE1. :'
of (hrost creating new forms of plant ; .:. V = .i
that
eloquent
permons life and ; 7,115 received. Mrs. Roosevelt to Washington to present his views to > .
Improving old ones. In that year were V VV ..;. .
have, Ixwn listened tr in this city fora
time' he has and remained of the the commission the of canal :' .
created by breeding until the,end re- on type 1 V V
Jong tme7 ,; V
selection more than 2,500 distinct species i ception. A feature of the public reception that should be constructed met the &', : : .
- llI Objects were well chosen, and :
'I of plants. Some of his creations : was the large number of chIldren '
In tis morning iscoun commission and by a resolution was
Lhe., ; urged .
his '{ are the Primus berry, a plant unknown 'I who passed the receiving line. Avoid 'risk'of Robbei Fire and the Necessitnot)
from people he Importance of requested to submit any project '
otherl'r love. : before, made by the union of a Miss Roosevelt and ::\Ir. Longworth Bookkeeping by intrusting your business to us. .
beseeching .th m" if .
" blackberry and a raspberry, which unIon I mingled with the guests in the east which he, may have. for the excavation, V "
they hod any malice ,one to another .
scientific men said was Impossible : room. :Miss Roosevelt wore a gown of removal and final disposition of the
- to let It r fcss out wtlh the old year. ,
; also the white blackberry, very I slate blue chiffon over pink silk, cut excavated material to be taken out .
Us word were Impressive and had, a INTEREST ON
- elling.-effect. beautiful, with a delicate flavor; the low. She also wore a diamond necklace of Culebra cut for a canal with a SAFETY DEPOSITS V IT1ME DEPOSITS

phenomenal berry a similar creation, and pendant- and a huge bunchof summit. of eighty-five feet above low i I -- _
service
Thee\ ning was equally asrl. --- .
is a cross between a raspberry and the orchids. I tide and also to inform the commission .
though on a different line. The
California dewberry, having the colorof :Mrs. Roosevelt wore a gown of pale i whether or not he has worked ::
dslQ on both occasion, was fine, as @SSiQOiOO@ iiiioiie ;;
at-Bartow Courier.Informant.Ur. a raspberry, with the shape of a blue chiffon, built over white silk. out or has a project for a sea leveL a .9 .

blackberry, but larger than either, far The bell skirt was trimmed with rows Among other business transacted was .
: .. Mitchell attended the conferencein We keep a full stok of V
I
more productive and with a flavor sur- of ruffles, which fell from the shirred the approval of the experiment pro- V
Ocala and preached a semon which LOOK FOR
pojising both; th'e plumcot result of girdle. The waist was trimmed with posed for 'securing labor from the id Joe, .
was regarded so fine ,by those who e
tl$_ union between a plum and an apricot white lace, and her ,only ornamentswere north of Spain.BINCHAM .
. heard it that a prophesy was maciethat. THE SEAL:
S) V Old Harevst ti)
; of rare flavor and richness again a few diamonds. She carried a
It would not be many years before -'
r. disproving the dictum of the scIentists bouquet of roses and lilies of thj2 val- TALKS TO POLICE. o ;;. '. I)
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tm young prash wauld ba tQ- : < L.r. .. Old I McBrayer
no' ; ,
j a, plum with pit. and the Uy. Ii (? : (9
- gar ed ts timber fit to make a bishop ttA V V
of. flavor of a Bartlett pear; a walnut so President Enters. Throws Them on Their Honor, and #'a. .jj<: Mark Rogers ..

thin of shell that th
through it, afterward bred backward and Mrs. Roosevelt, preceded by : 1Z1fa

Florida Attractions. along the path it had come, until a the military and naval aides to the York, Jan. 1.-Mayor George B. ) / .,JJ, r;: f"':: Old Charter, ( ) V V

shell of the thickness President and the several White House 'Ir!;t: ,T4VVir.i: .. ..... CD ;
required was se- MeClellan bega ntoday his second I.: .....
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PaUn has writen for -. Mt. Vernon
Herb the
: :Mr. G. I cyTY .
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cured. ladies, all in special full dress; des- .
term as Mayor, this time of four years.A .;, ;. ..
of Bartow, Fla. :
Courier-Informant, / .
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He has produced a new thornless cended the marble stairway leading number of new heads of depart- ', /I .- '.':".4._.... .,,.:-' V .:""'. ,.-:1V"V'V (If'
succinctly setting forth the :
an article '
castus, & combination of other from the second floor. Entering the .JJf!ttt Cascade and
magnificent opportunities of Florida many ments were sworn In, including Gen- ; i { 'I.l ,. ; ,.t;. A
t' ''
varieties,' which bears a fruit, too, for blue room, they took up their position eral Theodore A. Bingham. the new 4' ': :'T W
; for ,the homeseeker, whether he desires 'trJrJ Ji JA.ti ;.. < > S
man and beast, and which will, redeem to the right of the door leading from Police Commissioner.After .
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"' r..r.. Other
to make a living In the fisheries :: : ". '.,...'., High .
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the waste places of, the earth. the red room. The first to wish thema they had taken their oaths, l '" : ,Av. --'' ct
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or in manufacturing industries ; Ytf'JJCf SW"
in agriculture
.: "These are a few of the marvelous happy new year were the VicePresident Mayor McClellan called them, and told : KMSWIGrade e V
He says to the prospective 'K1
r:; "homeseeker: : things he has done." and Mrs. Fairbanks, who passed them his ambition is to give the citya .. Whiskey, (I

i What a magnificent benefactor of behind the receiving line, and stoodto clean, efficient and honest government -
"You wish to fill the soil and have
his race is Mr. Luther Burbank. the right of Mrs. Roosevelt Next He alluded to his present officeas : 1
no capital at .once to invest; come toFlorlda. AD Uuexpected Visitor. [
And there are endless opportunities came Secretary and :Mrs. Root and the "the last public office, which, in all g
A few days work will give 0 May be an old friend or a $ V &)
/ before such a creator of new fruits remaining members of the Cabinet probility, I shall ever fill," and said: V

: you what you need. To him who has and food products, because it is mostlyan who went behind the receiving line. If at the end of six years' service as () new business acquaintance.Be (' -.
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and wishes to invest it profi- for him with .
capital ready a
f unworked field, -and every new Mayor I can retire into private life ...
'The land of flowers is being of assorted whiskies (
f. jtably. case ,
plant he propagates is essentially a Like George Washington Governor conscious that the city has advancedin V ..

:, ;rapidly developed and her industries new creation.It BrcwarJ Cjnrm Tell! a Lie. good government and in civic right- S rye burbon, Scotch, Irish; V U

t Iwill give you what you desire. To the has been a long time ago but e eousness, that municipal standards brandies, wines, etc. We f .,

I fprofesional man, come also. The professions I can recollect when people had to That usually fair and just. paper, the have been raised, and that I leave New @) will put you up a dozen or t) : V

f. are not crowded here and educate themselves to eat tomatoes. Live Qak Democrat. in a recent issue York even a little better thanl found 0) more quart bottles to meet / V RY :

I those who practice them are prosperoas. said V just such emergencies and :V :
When tomato vines grew on the outside : MU
. \ her, I may feel that six years of hard
i ; To him who is sick and broken "We have not ben able to n.a ke up you'll not "go broke"W
.. ,1.f it was said that hogs would not work has not been In vain." (1 V
:11n. health, the warm winters and cool eat the fruit Just think of what has our mind that in Governor Broward s e either, paying for the good J. > / eo -

I &summers, the bright skies and glorious been accomplished in the cultivationof widely quoted winds that certain Death of J. R. Godson.Mr. goods we supply. I 1 I Q

; ...<<.climate of Florida will cause you to reMJjgain the tomato! newspaiers are selling their editorials V .

L : what you have lost and more.. ToM for so r.lUsh an inch he had reference ; S I Ctpvtt V
A more popular garden getable it J. R Godson died Friday nightat i e G

m who wealthy and seeks the is impossible to find and there are to any reputable journal in Fl-.riJu. his home in Miami, where he had .

,I pleasure of life, come also. The pleas- scores of varieties and every year When he sai$,ti.eseor :) the Governor been living for the past six months y V

'1 j t.J..ure. grounds of this state are famous brings forward a superior new one. A wa nttemJ: .;ll:; \-.) jJs'tfy tie 111 J. having gone to that city from Ocala OCflLA HOUSE WINE ROOMSLANDS : V

be werld over. Magnificent hotels Lives methods of the board of pardons -
\; table without tomatoes in summer fond on account of his health., lIe was thir-

eelve you, classic' scenery will de- speaks loudly of the laziness of inefficiency and as he didn't call names and' ty-four years of age and had been a ... ..Bf.e G ee eG.e ee..

flight your senses quaint legends ofi'old of the owner thereof. Just consequently incur,c--J no us-k; it was a ; sufferer from tuberculosis for several -

Castile' will Interest you, and you remember if ;you please what an article 'cheap and easy way to lift that muchof years. The funeral tQOk place Saturday .-

5;will be benefitted by the experience. of commerce the tomato furnishes / the burden of public condemnationfrom afternoon from the Catholic \
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*>S? come to Florida. Fine schools and in fresh fruit and later the canned the board of pardons. The gov church at Miami and was conductedby ,'

fj colleges. are here.' the work for all that product! V ernor's rakless char.e i'" intuito Father Wagner.V : If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent, : ) V -

t want It, and pleasant environments,all When Mr. Eurbank's history is w rift- no consideration for it is supported by Mr. Godson leaves two sisters :Mrs. I or if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing; V

' the while." ten he will rank along with Thomas no testimony iaJ wa luvj no r'-us.') Spaulding and Miss Mabel Godson, turpentining lumber purposes, 1._ ... ,

Edfson who has made such u exampled to believe that there is a trace of with whom he lived and a number of V SV :

Rev. Frank Johnson. | progress on other >linesgl inven- i truth in it.The board of pardons has other relatives and friends to mourn Write to :

:)* Rev. Frank Johnson, a Baptist :I tion. The United well been criticis-ed because honest newspa-. his death. V
BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.
fireacher had charge of the Baptist men concerned for the $ause of f
t glory in the fame great per While In Ocala the,deceased worked V .

'..: nurch in Ocala during the civil war minds.Mrs. W. !1. StateYlay law and order in lo," ill and iny j-uu- for the H. B. Masters firm and his OCALA FLORIDA.
,
| anq,his fame still abides here although JournaL ishment of crime believed that board death was learned of with regret in V

r 1e"baS mg since been gathered to his was not pursuing the right policy in this city. r

fathers.He MINERS WILL INVESTIGATE so often obstructing tus ,:.*iie IIf jus-
,
;.: w.s remarkable for his' quaintness tice by extending clemency to convicted Retail. Merchants Convention.
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;'| : ansi brilliant origInality. Will Inquire Into Assassination of Ex- criminals., That is all Hi.'re i:. >.) it." ,

'4; Wjiting, reminiscences of him in the Governor St'/unenberg. The Herald is really surprised to The eighth annual convention of the

,.-t"Southern Witness Rev. J. W. Perry, of '" m i read such an expression In a paperof Florida retail merchants association .

'f tr:$<)uth Carolina, among other things Denver, Col., Japi. 1.-"An inquiry ,such standing. The Democrat can will be held in Jacksonville January '
k,
|jays this of( him: 1 into the assassin' Lion of former Governor hardly >lean to seriously say that Governor j 9 and 10.rrhe railroads have granted -

r When the confederacyent to Steunenbefg f of Idaho will be L.oward of Florida. has at any a special rate of one and onethirdfare \ 4

fepieces G.n.: Jno C. Bretkinridge fled tliib Federation time ben guilty of such conduct as for the rdund trip to all attend- VV 4- .t.
conducted by Western
,,from. the enemy for the West Indies. I of Miners." sal/ President Charles II. would r:.ake it necessary'for his wordto ing this convention, but certificates / i 1r V

( ;f Und in his flight he passed through Moytr of that/organization today "in be supported bY' othT testimony. mutt be obtained from railroad agents V

}: .MarIon county and spent an1gbtT'f'Gen. If Governor Broward has ever been at the starting point. There are a ( :
; order to asc itain whether a memberof 4/:1V7fl\
i B. Owens, a Baptist m is.r. the Democrat
>-.. Jas our organization commited the convicted of fabricating, number of special features being plan-

li ter. and one of the signers of the con- crime. No Ime is more sorry for Its should hasten to state to the public n fd that will be of great interest to \

.i..jtioB of the Confederate states. of the when and how. There is no more honorable all retail merchants.The .
perpetratiogf than the officers
*f That night, in the course't their conversation federation.1 upright man in Florida than ninth has been set aside by the

Gen. Breckinridge said to. Broward. He is serious In and Industrial V VV V
Governor managers of the Pure Fpod ; -V V V ;

I.-Gen. Owens "I fell in with the. most / Interests.A al of his statements and actions and association as retail grocers
Hurtin Educational
the
afternoon" I4jiIE* "S
I ever saw this to the Herald thatit being
_remarkable man cert/iin element in Lake City, or therefore it seems day and a special entertajnment is -

1- He then went on to des- is a gross injustice to him for anypaper planned for the retailers on that
behind |hat city, now threaten to gp
eribe the man and his ,marvelous conk I of reputable standing to make occasion. -
Court '
i to the (United States Supreme ----
\: Yersation as they. rode along, and ho'v7dr. ? such a statement as that containedin
with thfeir fight against the universitj t
> Johnson had pointed 'out the causes bill the DemocratThe I The Parcels Post.
Buckman
question. The I
', of failure and the course that would removal Herald is no special supporterof
.' has Ifeen tested in the supreme courtof i
,nave led to the success of the Southern ou/r/ the board of pardons, but when it "Don't apologize or let up on the
own state and found to be con :
.. cau eGen.. Owens 'remarked, finds anything in the conduct of that Parcels Post a single bit. 4 Give us V
sUt which of course means the FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK :
V "'That is Frank Johnson. a Baptist Itional. board which needs criticism, we shall one, two or more pages weekly untilwe V VV
losf 'of the case for Lake Citow. '
V minister." "Well." said Breckinridge, i be fair enough not to criticise the per- get it. Stick a pin, yes two pins, BETWEEN V V
it h that the case will be taken
J "he ought to have been in the coun- to .he stated United, States. Supreme Court sonnel of the board but! '"> tt': the in our congressmen (one for me) and JACKSONVILLE AND NEW YORK

.
K cBs o? the Confederacy." law which is tQtally responsible. If let every subscriber do likewisrRead V.
S shl ring that the element behind this Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways. V V *-s
the law were not guilty there would "Pis is Pigs'in September
afT iris determined to make every TBS FINEST STSAMSHIPSJiT TECA52'W1SZ__ 2ES7I52., :1
'< Christmas in a Florida Printing Office. be no cause foe complaint The fact number of Leslie's. If it were not so

rn1 'e possible to hurt the ,educa- that the board of pardons dischargesits \mg you could publish it as a con- THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES "

til al Interests of the state if there DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN V 4 V ;
: As shown by its dates on Tuesday, I duty as allowed by law is no reason inued story. V .

t. The Tampa. had a perfectly glorious LIV a bare possibility of a local gaining why the board should be attacked for Read "Politics in New Zealand" .(23c Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, V. V V
: from it. The spirit shown in:I and all Eastern Points.
Christmas. O( its eight dates, klils the law is"responsible for whateveris paper) and you'll see "Uncl Samis Calling at Charleston Both Ways VV
fight is to be deplored and regret-
one is upside down. while the rest done. 100 years behind time-Cracker. in SEMI W JiUKLY SAILIXfiS.Seuthtoaad -

But why ;/ed, it being shameful that a community ...................-..............From Le-sis' Wan, Bastca
V 1' read Dec 26th. / the acts of the Florida Agriculturist
-Monday, cannot turn its efforts into a their opposition to :r.h :uc.i: .......................................... From feat of CyJreriaa Street, J.1ck.-cnTiU V
; should'nt editors and printers 1 board should not loose sight of the .
better channel than in trying to teardown <
i
i .; ,the festal occasio nthe same as nj01j simply because it has lost out i fact nor make;; shoitcomings of the I II Mr. J. E. Adams, manager ft* the CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE V

folKs.-Punta Gorda.Herald I law the medium through which individuals Wilson grove on south ;Lake Welwa Sanford
and
in a fair fight-Tampa Herald.A Between Jacksonville

1 can be attacked, or, an excuse in Ocala New Year's day aid said. Stjh2 at, Palatka, Astor, St. Fraacis Seresfsrd ( DeLa: ) atd laiermeiiatt

English as She. are Writ. S Pretty But 'True Descriptidn of..a for saying such things about the governor that he had not yet finished shipping Laaiisgs on Stt Jotas:! Hirer. : V

S "If Governor Broward Florida Ciirl. as that expressed by the Democrat the iv>i' of oranges. That thi'-y'are Steamers City of Jacksonville and Fre' 'k DeBarry

are desirous of building up a factioj In all UJiiful, bright. and luscious! and are appointed to Sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville daily. except Saturdays 130 P-.11I V 4Retun&i.

this county," says the Volusia CI' nty Figure :it out on a rose eaf and The Herald can hardly believe that ih-ir .n er feel .',ell rdiJl for the i !'. leave Sanford. dalh' except undtYl at QO 9. m. V V;

'Record "he has made a deplorab' be. write with the brew of a lily that nowhere the Democrat really meant what it ,has lab.-r t nt care bestow el V uo"i his South-Bound SCHEDULE: : North-Bound V V V V
of V
Read
V ginning." What is we to thiij under the great blue dome Is said about Governor Broward for to ;;rove. Read Down up V

inted .
such talk as that from a paper there a half pretty as a take the article in its true meaning, -
creature so
, ... ....._ Arrive' 200" III :
ecord JacklOllvllle .
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and Mr. J. m. .n.M.
next door to a university? The J Is to believe that the Democratwill Mr. William P. Edwards Leave 3 JO p. VVV 8
f Florida woman. She Is prettier thanan one .. 8 45 Po m. __ ___ I'aJalka _V V _- Lene... 00 p. III V
e<>rda .. _____ Astor _. _- 3 3 P.JB -
reckless indeed. Punta New ,
are of.a not take direct statement from L. Smoak were out fox hunting 300 a m. '
evening star ,in the shadow a .. L m. __ ----_ Prancis.....___.______ 2 00 P. III V V V
Herald.. V summer' sunset, more inspiring than a the governor without it is supportedby Year's morning and besides capturingtwo 4 30 _-___ Beresford ( DeLand ) :......__, ".. i 00 pili'V V
.. __.._ SaDford 9 JO L lit
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other evidence. The Herald does of Mr. Gist's fine sheep. The Arrive 8 30 m. VVVVV V V __. '.. ..
thousand songs, and as bewitching as .. to 00 Ii. m. .EfltTTit_ 1000 III V
ifLamar
V :The Ocala Banner'wants tQOW a fawn' tangled in the veins of a wilderness not believe that there is a paper or a two and Mr. Gists's fine sheep. The .- QEaL PASZ3: AND TtzoFI123: WEST :B.&T Si', JLZS3VILLZ._ V V

will succeed himself. Why not of rpses. She's our hope, our man in the state who can point to a sheep were very fat and were butch- F. M. IRONMONGER JR., Ass't Gen'!Pass,Agent,In Wast Bay St..Jacksonville,FIe V VV

',! until_ ,after the holiday ?.lt would romance, our vine, our fig tree-the private or official act of Gov. Brow- ered and brought J*'the market, where W.G.COOPER. JRFreight Agent V C. P. LOVELL. ,apenntenaent.. -VV
vine P1 "
Foot ot Hofran street Jackson *
;__be,W.. '.,ufee' to let. all of U' ese political light which enables us to see millions ard's which would Indicate that he has they were sold. Mr. Gist will of course AC. HAGERTY.Gen'l East's Pass.Agt., New York. CLYDE MILE.Gell' PrX Agt N. Y. '

ql'' absolutely' alan during the 1 of miles beyond the North Star.-Tampa ever been untruthful, and therefore no be paid for the sheep. which were accidentally THEO G. EGER WM. P., CtYDE General& CO.Agen, V V
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-;, BERLIN- FLITTINGS. IN EUSY FIELD AND GARDEN. .1 Major General Fleming Assumes Com .


ti El tcialCorrespond*' ce Ocala Banner; Florida People Gathering and Shipping mand and-issues Orders. ; Special Sale .. of. '

After 'a silence for some time may Fruit and Vegetables-Prices Re- The following orders have been Issued _

I ask in valuable ? numerative. '
space your paper : ,
by Gen., Francis P. Fleming the I -
r X-mas has come and gone; with a t 1
newly appointed major gen rat com-
t
law' exceptions turkey and, cranberry Wofford Bros., of Hallendale.. are -
manding the Florida Division Confed-
Mce adorned each table. shipping et rl yto-natoes to northern IMEN' AND LADIES' sp
erate Veterans: ,
Several farmers are through plowing markets.
Headquarters Florida Division, .
.. tats and are making preparations Orange shippers can draw a long
Union Confederate Veterans,
Jr a large acreage. breath now that the rush of the holiday -
.
Jacksonville Fla, Dec. 28, 1905. \ .
If r. E. II. Martin, our efficient teach- shipping; is over. ,
General Orders No. 56;
,.r, Is attending the teachers' 'asociatt The crop of an acre grove of tan- '
J I-la assuming command ot the Flor-
'f at Miami and was booked for a gerines, near O.land, was sold this '
ida Division United Confederate Vet- SWEATERS
speech. It was no doubt interestinginstructive. season on the trees for $1,750. UNDERWEA.R AND
erans, the major general conmanding i
f aid Miss Bessie Ilimes More than two said trainloads of
announces that division headquarters I
ne of the best primary teachers In oranges are leaving the Charlotte
L will beat Jacksonville Fla :'
the state is spending her holidays in Harbor division of the Atlantic Coast I f:
II-Comrade Robert J. Magill is
BmshneU: and Tampa with friends and Line daily. f "

relatives and two young men are anxiously The past season is said to have been hereby appointed adjutant general and When for this Incrid
New York goods
I awaiting her return. exceptionally favorable for citrus trees chief of staff of the Florida Division, our buyer was in purchasing

United Confederate Veterans. He will .ll

Cully Kisses have Reggie returned and from Winifred a pleasant Mc- ; and many heavily young now.orchards are bearingvery I be. respected and obeyed accordingly. I i winter, he thought we were going to have a long and severe cold :, :: ftT


r' trip to Oakland and Anthony. I The Miami Evening Record is auth- "

S. J. McCully has returned from a ority for the statement that there is a desires III-The to express major general his appreciation commanding of I! one. Consequently our shelves and counters are yet loaded with fcrollul

business trip to Tallahassee. banana plantation, which is produc- I
the valuable and faithfu lservices of ,
Hardy Pawls is spending several ing heavy crops near Hallendale.
Col. Fred L. Robertson, who has filled
days at Fort Reed and Sanford with Orange Glade Is a new settlement in
the office of adjutant general from
;t fell best girl Dade county that is coming forward Underwear and Sweaters. II'rE
the time of the organization of the division -
Mr.IIerbert Stephens, an engineer rapidly. There are a great many,small "
to the present.
01 a government boat with headquarters fruit and vegetable farms In that vi-
IV-All records and property of the .
at Tampa, is spending a few days cinity.

here with his brother. It is estimated that nearly 300,000 over division lo Col.headquarters Robert J. Magill will be adjutant turned Beginning Saturday, Jan. I, and continuing for ten days, these goods r

Mr., Ernest Rawls, cashier for the boxes of oranges will leave Bartow I" .
general. "
f w Bell telephone company in Pensacola, Homeland and Fort :Meade ere the '{
$ -The office of commander of the will be sold at cost.
pent X-mas with his grandparents in season is over.
Second Brigade Florida Division, U.
;; ; this vicinity. J. S. Frederick, of Orange Ridge hasa
) C. V. having become vacant by pro- '
,Mr. R W. Erwin principal of the young grapefruit grove that attracts r
motion each camp of the Second Bri-
Green Cove Springs school with his much attention.A THE PRICES TELL THE BALANCE.
gade is requested to forward to division -
wife, spent a few days here last week. Titusville grove produced oranges
headquarters its choice o'f a
4 Mrs. C. C. Hall of Plant City spent last',year which sold f ,r $2,700. The t f
1 comrade to fill such vacancy. Men's Camel Hair Shirts or Drawladies Heavy Ribbed Union Suits, Men's Black Ribbed Sox, worth 10c,
X-mas week with her parents Mr. and consisted of lee than eighteenacres.
grove VI-The major general commandingasks ers, worth 35 cents, sale price. .21c I worth 50c, Sale Price ... .. ,..2-te I Sale Pice ... . ... .. . . .7*
Mrs. J. T. Phillips. It is owned by T. L. Brady.In I ,
comrades the
our throughout
'1f 's. W. W.. McCully, returned home Dade county particularly the Men's Fleece Lined Shirts or DrawMen's Cotton Honey Comb SweatMen's Extra Heavy Grey Sox, worth :
state to lend him their sustaining aid

Sunday after spending a few days southern portion, there will be a very in the discharge of the duties whichhe ers worth 50 cents, sale price..39c ers, worth fiSc, Sale Price .......S9cMen's 10c, Sale Price .. . . . .7c

very pleasantly with relatives at large crop of early tomatoes. Some \
has assumed and in all respects use Men's Heavy Ribbed Shirts or Mixed Comb
: Erinston and Mlcanopy. shipments are already going forward. Honey SweatMen's Fancy Embroidered Black

Messrs, Walter Brown and Lonnie Early eggplant is also extensively rais- their best efforts to promote the objects Drawers, worth 50c, Sale Price..42cMen's ers, worth $1.50, Sale Price",.. 86c Sox, worth 25c, Sale Price .. .. .13?
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of our association.By tt
E'' Beck spent last Thursday in our burg ed there.It All Wool
command ofFRANCIS Shirts or DrawMen's Mixed Fancy Honey Comb Ladies Black Ribbed Hose, worth

r ., hooting quail and visiting some of is said that a man name not given P. FLEMING, ers, worth $1.25, Sale Price . .75cBoy's Sweaters, worth $2.00 Sale Price$1.19 10c, Sale Price,! . ..... . . .7es :. 1

tae fair sex. is to visit the orange growing sec- -- ,
Major General Commanding.The ;
Messrs. Erwin, Phillips and McCully tions of Florida, where the white fly Fleece Lined Shirts or DrawMen's Fancy All Wool 1 Sweaters, Ladies Fancy, Embroidered Black

went out Thursday and Friday and is located and completely destroy them Avocado Pear. ers, worth 25c, Sale Price .. 19c worth $2.50,.Sale Price ... .....$1.74 I Hose worth .25c, Sale Price .1Sc

: killed all the quail the law allowed with a diabolical solution he has in-

tkem. If they hadn't been limited vented. Ladies Heavy Ribbed Vests Men's All Wool Athletic Sweaters, Ladies Black Ribbed Hose, worth

doubtless they would have supplied Pineapple growers are very much The Avocado has until very recently Pants worth 35c Sale Price..21c'I' worth $3.00, Sale Price ...$1.48 35c, Sale Price .. ..... . . ..19c'I

: been cultivated and produced from I ,
al their neighbors with birds. encouraged not only because of the .
chance seedling trees, producing fruit 4 :
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Potts have high prices that their products are '
varying much in shape size and EVERY ITEM MENTIONED ,
very ABOVE IS FULLY
_tved to Brooks' Mr. GUARANTEED.
Sumpter place. bringing, but the condition; of theirfields MONEY

Petts will try farming this year. gives promise of a most excellent quality but under these unfavorableconditions CHEERFULLY REFUNDED FOR ANY ARTICLE NOT ENTIRELY

The party at Mr. and :Mrs. J. L.lI1lth's crop of fruit. the nourishing food proper- SATISFACTORY
ties, and the delicious rich butterynut
was well attended last Mon- The losses by the truckers last sum-
flavor of the better varieties has
: iy night and one and tall had a mer have not discouraged the farmersto

pleasant time. :Mr. and Mrs. Smith the extent of abandoning trucking, won for this fruit an important placein Sale

3 proved themselves charming! host and but there will be a greater diversifi- American markets wherever it has Begins:: SATURDAY JON 6, and Will Only Last Ten Days.

t been introduced.By .
hostess and won for themselves a cation next season.

:y warm spot In :each one's heart who The acreage of pines will not be diminished ,the discovery rf a method to bud

f the Avocado tree by Mr. Geo. B. Cel- ,
was fortunate enough to be there. although some old fields
l,->n. of Miami :Fla. the planting of THE VARIETY
,Mr. Lum Luffman of Oak, spent which have outlined their ,u&efulness STORE
; best varieties into 'commercial orchards -
4 Saturday, and Sunday in Berlin. There have been abandoned. The acreage of
is fast extending over the
gems to be quite 'an attraction over the new fields planted this summer ,
southern part of Dade county.
K
here for him: will more than overbalance those that
Mr. Gmnge B. Cellon has been ship- -
W have been reliably informed thattile have been abandoned.The ----.
ping the fruit: from this "Tropical Mr. Sampson's Beautiful Residence Is -
'wedding bells will ring out in they large crops of oranges and
r Miami of the A BIG CUT INMILLINERY
Grove" orchard near Burned.
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future in Berlin. to
sear Agreeable grapefruit about Altamonte is moving
Trapp variety, filling an order last
promise I can't give the Interested
par- very slowly on account of the scarcityof
week from a Philadelphia dealer at News was received in this 35
lies' city Tues
name just now. pickers and packers. The fruit is \

/' Mr. O. Q. Sellers returned home nov in fine condition, and when it six dollars per dozen f. o. b. The mar- day of the burning of the beautiful f

ket season of this variety extends from ,
from Aplin Ga., Friday where he reaches the northern markets it will residence of Mr. Frank G. Sampson in i
October to January which is a marked I
the his
pent holidays with
parents. be credit to the
a growers. the northern part of this \
county near BEGNNING
F I wish all th ,.'readers of the OcalaBanner St Paul business men have organ- advantage superior to any kind of
fruit in a single variety. Budded Boardman on Monday. Next to the
a happy and prosperous new ized the Minnesota Co-Operative,
year. trees are produced with difficulty and "Mansion" at Citra, the former homeof MONDAYJAUNARY
Plantation Co. which owns 320: acres ; 8 1906

K' Calliopean.f near Viking. They are already at are, therefore, expensive but the orchard )Ir. James A. Harris Mr. Sampson'sresidence h-

area in this fruit is being extended And
work setting out trees and eventually was the, finest one in the lasting throu out the entire week. All trimmed hats
COTTON PLANT ITEMS. as fast as budded trees of good I prices. at greatly reduced '
expect to have a pineapple grove of Cheap, medium and
variety can be produced this with the county. It was splendidly built and high priced hats, below cost at
more than a hundred acres. They will
'Special Correspondence Ocala Banner: limited territory that it can be grownin the: architectural design was exceed-

Cotton Plant boasts of having the I: devote twenty to thirty acres to or- for American markets, forecasts the ingly handsome. It cost twenty-five Miss: Mary Affleck's S
shipping early tomatoes to northern :
i'1 prettiest country church and best I anges. possibilities of great profit to southern thousand dollars when building I material _'

kept church yard in the county. Dade county growers.-Miami News. was very much cheaper than it \ '
Sixty acres will be planted to potatoes IN" "
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Mr. B. I. Freyermuth is moving tote now and the furnishings were in
at Hastings, by Dr. Durkee. The
Cured Lumbago.A. keeping with the elegant home. The s
residence of the late J. Monroe
Hastings potato acreage will be fullyas B. Canman Chicago writes Mr. Helvensn-Pasteut4ompany'sStore.:
Smith which Rev. T. M. Weir is Sampson carried an insuranceof
vacating
March 4, 1903. "Having been troubled -
large as last, season and some peo-
to move to the parsonage at with lumbago at different times JIO.OOO with Mr. G. S. Scott, In this .
ple claim it will be increased consid- after another Now is the time t, ,
Martel. and tried one physician city. We were unable to learn whether get new hat t o finish
erably. There will be a great increasein then different ointments and liniments I out the season "wil.. Don't .
Mr. J. D. Williams is buying all our gave it up altogether. So I tried once or not he was injured with any I fo" the time and place. i
the cabbage at that point this
crop ..
fat cattle and hogs for the Dunnellon more .and got a bottle of Balla'd's other company. :Mr. Sampson'sfriends .. .
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season. Hastings land is said to be Snow Liniment, which gave me rtlnDst i
regret very much the dreadful
market
unusually well adapted for this crop. instant relief. I can cheerfully! recommend .0-
Mr. Xewcomb Barco la still grindingcane it, and will add my name' to catastrophe that overtook him on the E. C. Smith. -'-;. ,_
Alex Hallstrom at one time gardener your list of sufferers." New Tear. V. Roberts

and is making an excellent article for James J. Hill the Minneapolis Sold by all druggists. in SMIT ROBERTS.C.

", of syrup. He plants largely of the &
railroad magnate has a hundred acres
Japanese variety with which he is New Officers of Talula Lodge I. 0. Imperfect Digestion. I .3;
{ at Viking in Saint Lucie county Means less nutrition and in conse-
t -or,very much pleased. 0. F. quence less Funeral Direct and
\itality. When the liver
which he is setting ,out in pineapples Licensed Fmbnl Yi
f We are much interested in the courthouse fails to secrete bile the blood becomes )ers
and oranges. Other northern people loaded with bilious properties I i I LATEST METHODS. ]BE\'l

which we say build by all means who have recently settled here are Major At a regular meeting of Talaula the digestion becomes impaired and Telegraph orders receive prompt GO ODS. WORK GUARANTEED..

also in next senatorial candidate Lodge L O. O. F. held at their halls the bowels constipated. Herbine wilt J I I on short Lite ntion, and embalming done anywhere
Daniels, who has a large field of rectify this; it gives tone to the stomach notice.
who should be from Marion county we Tuesday night the following officers
bearing pineapples also oranges. A. liver an dkidneys strengthens the I ,
pay four times the taxes and have were installed for the ensuing year: appetite clears and improves the'com I!
Erichen,. Chas. Gibbons, Joseph Ed- plexion infuses I OCAU 1' jI
four times the population of Sumter C. L. Bittinger, X. G.; Ed. Jeffords, new life and vigor to FURSURE. COMPANY
wards and J. Helseth all have orange the whole system. 50 cents a bottle.
and there is no reason in the present V. G.; D. A. Myers, Secretary; E. E. Sold by all druggists. m
groves.
plan of alternating with that county. Cline treasurer; P. ': Leavengood. I I II I 4$

,More anon on this line. warden: W. C. Moore, R. S. N. G.; J. Answers to Correspondents.
Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L. D. i 1'J
I '". Old Timer. Ot'averiy, Texas writes: 'Of 11'' IL McKinney L. S. N. G.; Royal Cole l I _

morning when first arising, I often R. S. V. G.; Arthur Cline L. S. V. G.; To correspondent, No.1. Xo. The =lIII

find a troublesome collection of phel- everglades have not yet been drained
V CALVARY. egra which produces a cough and is E. P. Pittman conductor; J. IL Benjamin ATLANTIC
hard to dislodge but small and those fifty dollar acre lands are j LINE
very : 'a Chaplain; W T. Cole I. G.; I OAST v
Special Correspondence Ocala Banner quantity o fBallard's Horehound Syrup still the home of the cro"Jdi'e. the
... ; Jake Brown O. G. I II
will at once dislodge it, and the trou- I Lt
Mrs. M. M.. manatee and the mud turtle.
: Morrison died Sundayat
THROUGH -
ble is oxer. I know of no medicine The lodge is growing very satisfactorily CAR

the home of her son, Mr. J. "". Mor that is equal to it, and it is so pleas- and the officers retiring are to To correspondent. '. Xo. the i I I f --CONNE. IONS--FROM FLORIDA., ,
ant to take. I can most cordially rec-
rison and was buried at Cedar Grove vegetable growers of the iner>-.'r have I
ommend it to all be, the excellent I
persons needing a congratulated on To the East
1 on New Tear's day.Mrs. medicine for throat or lung trouble." not become rich on account of the i I Over Its own'Us to n savannah vs
have
showing they made during the Charleston,
A, W Manter,. of Ocala is visiting Sold by all druggists. m past 'term. freight rate' adjustment made by the I, All Rail t RIchmond sylvania andashmt" n. thence, Tia Penn

Mrs. IT. E. Wallace this week. state railroad commission. i -- Ry
ilr. IL J. Klutho, the well known
,6.' Mrs. Celina Ladd, late of Lynchburg. To correspondent No. 3. .Yes. R. To the (1 ia Montgomery
Jacksonville lllt Louisville
architect for the proposed Marriage at Reddick. &; ..Vashvil'and
1 .,= Texas, Is visiting her mother M ro :Marion There Hudson Burr is still a member of the t Dixie Flyer r te via Atlanta ,
county court house was in was a pretty home wedding at West ;
Cellria Galispeau and sister commission. _
Mrs. C.
Ocala Tuesday before the board of Reddick Tuesday evening: at the home I IInformation' '
O. Jones To the East Vla1avSr& Ueea
: county commissioners discussing plans of the bride's sister Mrs. J. C. Dupree. I ti. Co. for New Yori.

rt. .. n, #> ', Messrs. G. T. and''W., "".r-- W.; Leak are i, for the designing of a larger building.. The contracting parties were Mr-,Sam Wanted. I Via 1 York Phila and Boston. : ia Norfolk S. S. to New
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planting a large !. oats. Wash'ton
crop without reference to the present court uel Boyington and Miss Mamie Kunze. a B'ltmore. Via Savh
... and
Saw Grass Flats Jan. 2, 1806. ;
Merchants
Leak
Y Mrs. S.J, is visiting her! house. The first design' drawn by him Mr. and'Mrs. Fred Kunze brother To the ,I steamship and line Trans Co For Baltimore
:Daughter at Lakeland. Editor OcalaBanner- 1 and lhilatieiphia. '
was merely a remodelling of the old and,sister of the bride, and Miss Ab- 'I t-t
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\','This scribe hopes that Who is Marion( county's present political 1si Via __ _
'- arrangementss court house. Mr. Kluto Is a very fine bie McCarthy, of this city attended Key Peninsular & 0ccrt ntal -
:- .- be made boss? Is he Ed. Wartman of ,
to
s soon build a much architect and since the great fire in the :wedding. I I :
Citra; Dr Baskin of Dunnellon j Steamship Company
z :weeded new court house. or ; ml Havana .
f
Jacksonville has erected buildings aggregating M. Boyington is a large cantaloupe A, .
does he
still cluster about
the courthouse
Anon. in cost million dol grower of that section and Mrs. I' Interchangeable mileage tickets .
nearly a Boy-
if"- good over 13" miles
? I want to know becau&a I cipal railroads in the of among the priD '
lars. southern states. .,fi
: The Dial-Upchurch building; Jngton Is a well known resident ,ofReddick. "
I want to run for a county oQee and I 'i" '
Favorite Fertilizer for all crops the Carnegie library the S' Quickest schedules <
Baptist:, Superior
want to know what I Service'or,11.
:4nd. all fertilizer; .material, forJU1e by, church, and Mr. T. V: Porters' res '- .* ;The Banner wishes the newly married make., allignmerts to ,schedules etc, consult the Purple Folder commldcate fID&ton as to rates, 3y;

w ..:, 'Lang Swartz &: Co. .% .'x dence being amongthe many .build-T couple much happiness. I land, D. P. A, Tanpa-W J: Craig or laffie with :rG.: Kirk- _1
Bee In the Passenger
I Bonnet
S Manage, a
he : K. ,'/
tags has designed. ZSnerson, General Traffic 3
i Manager.
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'J IORIDA' t AND THE NEW YEAR.* V STROBHAR'S FIGHT.. V V Our Enormous-Egg Crop. Rifle! 'Range* -for:---J.Palm Beach. j: I


'.' lorlda< starts out on the New' Tear : He Resists Efforts to Take Him .to At., The egg and poultry earnings of the It is stated that Mr.: Henry M-. Flag-' V

-"-: splendid. shape. lanta for Trial. United States for .one recent- year I Jer Is considering the building of a SPECIAL NOTICE. -

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amounted ,to $280,000,000. Such an
with the 1Q.ea first of establish- .
f turpentine industry is in the ze- Information has been received in Atlanta range V
is it t I
amount sufficiently amazing as. ,
$'kJ of, its splendor and is flooding- that .James Noble Strobhar, alleged stands but you don't get its- full significance i Ing target practice during the winterat a

:_ t.ronr with a stream of wealth almost defaulting agent of the Atlantic. until you study the relative Palm* Beach sand later to sell the

.equal .to the stories told of Standard Coast Line, who was arrested In Can financial values of -other "industries." range to the government. 1.. 1 Read This arefully.V ,1.

Oil.' ada and who is ghting extraditionto : We find for instance' that the total ;I A military officer remarked to theSaannah

: the United States will appeal his value of the gold silver wool and Morning News Thursday In answer to I desire ,
This. Is no' a fiction of the imagination ; numerous-inquiries ta have it known to m .

but the doubting Thomas has but case which was decided against hima : sheep produced in America during the that if .Mr. Flagler should, upon ,his I desire tc state to my friends and friends and acquaintances tbat :
few days ago In Montreal by Judge business acquaintances throughout have no conne tion with or inter
19 open bis eyes to eee that It is true. LeFontalne. I r year in .question. was $272,431,315.' The own r sponsu>mt1' Invest. money suffi- the south, that I have no interest est in the Ludden & Bates Southern -. .

. '.fw lumber Industry is better than It is understood that the appeal will sugar plantations the same sear ,was ; cient to build a range be would: have in, or connection with the Ludden :Music House established by

": ever has been? the demand is'er be heard-during the early part of January. but $20,000,000. That part of the i, no difficulty in disposing of it. to the & Bates Southern Music House Wm. Lndden and myself in 1870.

: :)1nceasng1and the prices are satisfactory .wheat crop used at home, which many government.It which was established by me and Mr. Ludden ani myself and Jas- -- .

:: Jfhe man who 'owns a saw City Detective Lockhart, who wentto t censider the most valuable of all our is regarded, as practically certain J.ago.A. Bates I: am now about interested thirty-five largely years persen with Smith us,, are many now years interested associated V

;mill and timber lands In Florida has Montreal to bring the prisoner backto agricultural prQducts,. was worth that a rifle range will be establishedby and solely in the LUDDEN & SJOTH in the LUDDEN-CAMPBELL .
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-' A fortune at his finger tips. Atlanta, is still in the former city $$229,000,000. The great American hog, the government sooner or later in Music COMPANY, and in the LUD- Co., of Jacksonville, Fla.So. far .

} Toe phosphate industry Is now controlled and will probably remain there until | as consumed at home, and abroad the South. Measures looking to the DEN-CAMPBELL-SMITH Co., of Jacksonville as I am aware not a single individual .
'V Strobhar's fight is terminated. location of in the South and Fla., who continue the who helped to make the Ludden V V 3
Potatoes ranges
brought $186,529.033.! grown
, % by: a few operators' and those same policies and business & Bates
- When the plea of Strobhar came' ip i' dealings name so well known
: ; .? are fortunate enough to be mem- for hearing before Jugds LeFontauie, in the' United States were valued-at t West have been offered in congress which built up for us the largest throughout the South is now cons

: ers of the syndicate need not consult the court ordered the prisoner extra"dited. I I nearlyas large a sum as were the and there seems little doubt that they musicbusiness in the South. nected with the same. -

this oats. The product of tobacco plantations will ptiss with appropriations for pub- WM. LUDDEN.V J. A, BATES. .
a palmist as to his future tor '

< Is both in the foreign Strobhar was agent of the Atlantic 1 was estimated to be worth $35- chase.
....product active I j,' We print the apove letter in order to correct certain
.' | Tand domestic markets, an dthe prices coast 'Line Railroad at Gainesville, 579,223.; Cotton the dethroned king of "Under the circumstances, continues -
misleading impressions which
are being made
Fla., and Is accused of being short [staples could show .only $25&,161,640 the New, "wilt a site selected among our ;
,- tare remunerative. ,many friends and customers. We believe that most buyers :
about 20000. He is wanted in At- of and drawing adequate in
as against the magnificent earnings prepatM
f' .-More than this chemical factories 1 wish to deal with the people whose policies and methods
', mines- lanta on the charge of having cashedwo its, feather rivaL The crop of flax, every respect and bffl.r than that at :
. !,are being erected near the for ; them the
gave greatest reputation ever accorded
of the raIlroad checks at the Atlanta any
1 timothy, clover millet and cane seeds, Sea Girt, In. the opinion of those com- .
the manufacture. .of the product which National B 'nlt. piano dealers in the south. V

' -,: will make the mining more attractive j broom corn, .castor beans. hay, straw, )etent to judge an effort will be..madeto All who wish to deal with W. Ludden, J. A. Bates, A.

; and forth couldn't all fold, locate the range in Savannah. It
so come B.
and profitable The War Continues. Campbell, Jaspersen Smith, remember they are associatV
measurable distance of Is a foregone conclusion that shoulda
within a many 1 inLudden
: ;_ Hailroad building for the New Year only .

: ?:promises to tell a wonderful, almost. The Fort Pierce News and the St. millions of the poultry earnings. range be built in'- Florida by Mr.

The hen's produced in this Flagler it would take precedence of
Floridians. Lucie Tribune are having a little con- eggs
fairy-like! story, for
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country annually would fill 43127.000 a proposition from Savannah not ...Campbeli'Smith COl.
: The Florida East Coast railroad is-to roversy and the passage-at-arms con-
crates, each of the latter holding 300 backed by equally as favorable conditions. -
:, :be extended: : from the main land to Keyi tinues. The extracts below tell the .
.. eggs; also a train of refrigerator cars ." West Palm Beach Tropical 1 PIANOS fiGANS MOSIUL I MERCHANDISE.
I West. it is to buffet the depths as stOI') .

_ well as the waves and the tides of the The following is from the News: to carry these E'ggs'oul be nearly Sun. t
800 miles long. Further more it would! IS West Bay SI. Phone 19 Jacksonville, ..J
: ;u, sea. It will not only be unique and The snarls and yelps of the half- I
;; take 107,818 such cars to make up this Gilchrist in the Public Eye. \. .
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well-fed _
3 ':. marvelous in its construction but in starved cur, at the heels of a / -

, view of the completion of the Panama mastiff who guards well the interests train.-ouccess. -- -
I
-, General Albert W. Gilchrist, of De -
; Canal, will be entirely practical In its J ot the people, are an indication of envy
Mr. Flagler! and Party Slept Under a Soto county who is prominent politically \

\\ .;.. '.results. It will become the key to jealousy and dissatisfaction with Tent. before the people, not long ago N "RmC 't
and tramc and its daring andy itself and the world generally. As the : ( A MOMENT5'(" :
trade
i Xews comes from. the keys of an interesting bought with him from New York cityan e !
pfcturesqueness will} draw: travel from barking dog rarely bites, there Is no -ti
episode in connection with okra recipe, obtained probably -
;:: all lands. need of paying any attention to its V
.the west coast the Seaboard useless howling.To the visit of the Florida East Coast from the chef of the Waldorf-Astoria, A--i/ tTV .. Have you decided on tile kind of
J Down ;
:: Air* Line railway Is being extended toCoca which the Tribune makes the fallowing railway officials to the scene of oper- which he commended to the wives of E':! \ <:"j fertilizer you are going to use? It'sVj'
i ions on the railway xtension to Key his constituents in the county and to (; '. ;
'
Grands Pass, the most southernly r- ply: t';. '' / not a question of how much, but
I West. his friends elsewhere. He now corneato V
R. outlet. Itt "Once on a time," as the story books J
water
'5' point for a deep The party spent Saturday on Key the front with a so-called petrified \J what kind when the best resultA.l
is said to be one of the finest harbors say. a icd-headed "editor" kept shop i.a'
: Largo, and while there it became nec- orange which he has added to a certain : can obtained. You can't make a -
/ the extension o'er the way; he had faults; oh, a
$ Florida and
: ast of
f
the :>
on send the St. Lucie, museum of natural and un-nat- : mistake when
esary to stear T you use our high grad
of the Seaboard railway to this many, and virtues a few, and could j ,,11.u
f.1 and "stir on which the party is traveling, to ural curios he maintains at his Punto 1 fertilizers.
will increase our traffic with throw snnd like the devil, '
point tome other point for some purpose or Gorda home. It was found five '
1.- South America: and other foreign up a st >w." He was "wist to the cash for bones
Cuba Highest
i -, other. years ago on one of the creeks down ; pricepaid dry
!: world." and had traveled a few (from .
""1-, mal kets. Something detained the steamer and there. Why it has been kept so long -
of Florida is Dayton Ohio, to Kalamazoo), and .
The range industry Sat- from public notice is not stated but COMPMIY.Ir
she did not return to Key Largo V FLORIDA FERTILIZER MFG.
natives to
and most of herr came down to Florida the
j rapidly recuperating urday night. Mr. Flagler and his we have the assurance of the Herald .
rehibilitated since "'do"-thq town he would run and -' : : Gainesville. Fla
been :
have
: groves friends however, were comfortably that it is 'a perfect specimen, showingthe

I the freeze; of lS95.Xo fruit equals show 'en who's who. Two long yearsIe provi-led for. They were sheltered bya bud and stem ends and all the nat- ---- ..
it and did pretty fair tho'"e'eral
stool
'daor:1nge' it will continueS
,. the Flor large tent and were provided with ural markings of the rind and weighs

;' occupy the font place in the mar- n.en beat him and pulled his cots on which they slept. There was just about as much as the.ordinary
; red hair; but business grew slow for The eiiiGle and Harness Co

f kets.The pineapple Industry continues to the red-beaded fake, and he sought far I plenty of something to eat, includingfish orange. Jacksonville Sun. V

fresh from the water and the experience S
and wiito more enemies to make; but
;i widen,' Us acreage and the fruit Is so exhausted his was rather enjoyed by the en- Santa Claus Call in Wall Street. Cor. Forsyth and Cedar St.
he'd about V :
it
exclusive seems
almost -
it enjoys an
choice that
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calls 'em dogs and tire party.Miami News. JCKSOXYILLE FLORIDA.
he
\,, markets and is slurs-so just : ,
>- monopoly in the New York, December :31.-Santa

I,! driving out all competition., slab-sid curs. Still Spreading Cut. Claus, a. little belated but none the V- V .. I

vegetable industry while: it his less welcome V visited Wall street today. Dealers in Wagons Buggies Carriages>> Surreys .
"Fads and Fancies" Out. ,
1 holds
ITh: sorre seven set backs., still The wbolesaleVgrocery and grain "t is the invariable custom of the Road Carts, Harness, Saddles, Lap Robes, Etc. V
votaries -
to its
attractive induements The much talked of book, "Fads and business of Messrs. Lang. Swartz & twnkmg houses and other big financial

i if freight rates can ever be Fancies," has made its initial bow to Company is growing more rapidly. than institutions doing business in "the LARGEST CONCERN IN THE STATE AND LOWEST PRICES .

tquitablv adjusted, the: raising of early the 'public ll is a ponderous and a they..had ever dared to anticipate, and street" to make their annual presentsto V

'! vegetables will always be .a tempting handsomely decorated volume, Every more room has become an absolute employes on the last day of the
*
1: Florida Industry. uubirUKi" has signed every copy o necessity to the handling of their year instead of at Christmas time. __ .. .- _' ,,, __
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In no department of endeavor is the work. Among the names are the trade. f. ractically all the big houses followed A -- .
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more enterprise shown than in her signatures of President Roosevelt and They have leased. for five years the the annual custom toda and everyone PRIOR LIST OF V

and in this field Florida ex-President Cleveland. from the to the office & .
- ; newspapers One hundred and five copies have building formerly occupied by the manager EUREKA WINE- LIQUOR CO.
her enterprise -
! occupies a front place and : Ocala Foundry and .Machine \Vorkand ooy was remembered with a cash gift. ,
" ; of been sent to the subscribers, w hile- the The Great Southern Mail Order House. .
:: 'I in this as In. all other lines remaining copies have been divided will use it as a warehouse. The The year just closing has not been I -V 6,

V industry corrects and sets at nought among the New York Public library: building is a large one, and being located altogether rosy for some of the fin- 1EXPRESSPJIEPAID. FallQuart ueasure.

r' V the story that her climate is enervating the Library of Congress, the British on the main line of the Atlantic i inclal concerns, particularly the in- I! Per Four Six Per -

: .. :.. and her, people shiftless. museum and the library of Colonel Coast Line and on a spur of the Seaboard s. rance companies, and, it is said that G.dleo Quarts QIIUU Cue

r. of Florida is increasing -. D. Mann. and other prominent Hatchett's Pr t'afe Stock..._.. ....._...___...._..._ J.J 00 $4 00 P'00 f1200-
I' '!' The population William f. will give them excellent shipping the office managers Hatchett' Tha 's Whiskey ._.._..._....__....... 4 SO 460 690 1315
li her cities are rapidly building up; The frontispiece is drawn by How- facilities. employes of some of these con- Hatchett's Old Ry ........__............. ._ 320 320 480 960 .
I Chandler Christy. Oa the title Eureka N C. Apple 81 andy_". ..._. ...... .". .. 4 is 475 700 1400
en-
V.- her educational facilities are being ard Seveial car loads of goods are already cerns who in the past ha\e been presented N c: Apple Brandy..._.. ._ _..___ ..._ 32'') 3 zs (4 Ss 9 'JO
and Improved and her charities page is a list of the subscribers. John I I with large amounts found theirstockings Eureka.Malt ....... ....... +. ___........ 400 40), 600 1300I'.ureka
: larged stored in the new quarters and
Jacob Astor heads the list. N. C. Peach Brandy.__ _".,_.. _.__ 475 475 700 5400 -
: jxre not overlooked'. a.fv-: ,, with those on the ro'ad and building not so well filled today.Died N C Feaahllrandy ...... ., ......_ _. 325 323 455 970Ersreka .
\.W* things There. are two pages devoted to I N C Cru.... .._. ... ._....._ '__. 32S 325 4 b5 970 V
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: The >--ar 1906 promises President Roose\elt He is described will shortly be filled with every "class Eureka! N. C. Corn,XC ...__...._ _.. ._......... 3 30 V DO 460 900
.. ; Florida! "" at the Age of 108. Eureka N. C. I.oro XXX ..... ........_., ...._._ 2 is 27'; 4 '5 S aEurckaN.
"'..,.". for Vi as an ardent lover of the strenuous of goods handled by this enterprisingand C Corn. XX-XX. ..._. ._....___....._.. :zo Y1 375 750od
-. life, of horseback riding< hunting, boxing growing firm. ; Crow B3urbou...._ ..__..._.. ..-.._._ 450 450 675 1356-
i* Easy. Old "Uncle" Dave Ellis (col) was Sunny Brook Rye. ......._.. ._ .._.._ -...: Z 75 37S 565 zr30
Broward jt and wrestling. There are two They will still retain their offices Sunny SrooI Sour Iasb. .. .._-.. _.._.......... 3 i'S 3 75 565 Ii 30
photographs of the 'president. Their old stand probably one of the oldest men in the EcboSoring. ....._....___.._. ...._.-_ 4 455 690 U75
at
and sample rooms Silk Veiet.._ __ .-_..... 500 52) 765 1570
: And TOW comes word that the great on' the northeast corner of the square. state. It is said that he came here Oak and .__ V. __. _,... .....__.... 375 400 600 .'00
He Saw the Elephant. about 80 and -vGin -- _
frauds case in Yolusia county from N. C., years ago
election \ From $2,5Oto35O per Gallon Delivered. "
irrepressible and irresponsible in the woods helped to build the first t ..
V wherein the ; Wednesday When it Got Exciting Jumped the Save twelve label;*of Hatchett's: Private Stcri and secure a bottle tree. Save twelve
: Jeems Alexander claimed to A laughable incident occurred: Game. home or cabin wnere Marianna now labels 6( Hatchett's Old Rye and secure a bottle free Save twelve lables of Hatchett's .
ViE A negro was walking between has That's Wai-key and secure a bottle free SAve twelve labels of Xureka N C. rC
'votes, and for stands, and ever since that time
Lave been aerraudol cf --- .rn and secure a bottle free. bavetwelve-labtesofN. C Ipple Brandr aud r ecu re
V which Governor the Brown House and ib bou-linff solution tvnts-svciejr be. been a true and worthy citizen of this ole bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free. Price o( '
neglect 10 prosecute The great! all oods bought at company's store are ?oc per gallon less than when delivered No -
office alley, with his head bowed and study- place. It is only within the past frw All of fall A'f' standard -
Broward recently removed from tween Bro. Pepper and Bro. Green in cnareciurju bvlri or dMyage mybot'les arc roeawire \.
: V ing. Suddenly Mary, John H. Spark'sbig daily labor brands whiskies sold over my bar at loc pcf dJWli- from I jicarcoi f'fIrr: < r All
that he
Court Solicitor James W, Perkins has the columns. of the Times-Union is months gave up wines. quoted on application We also carry cheaper liquors than those quoted
been tried and the deposed solicitor elephant that had broken loose, passing out, of the purely philosophicalinto for his support. He died Wednesday Sr-cial p ices on large quantities; packed any sizes desired. Money re(.'nded if good

i__V has been exonerated. You see they gave a snort when within five feet of the saline phase in which the morning at the ripe oid age of 103 :j 'satisfactory. .

knew Jeems In DeLand: they knew his I the negro walking toward him. Whenhe learned controversationalists are be- years, and it may truly be said that EUREKA WINE AND LIQUOR COMPANY .
what before x35 W Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
looked up and saw was of service.He .
V postelection claims were on a par ginning to get hot under the collar, his long life time was fine V
him he jumped over a high chick- -- __ "'if
of has to his reward.- :Mar -V.---
predictions ab- gone reap
: with his ante.election and to hurl such adjectives as
and made for tall timber. If
knew also that tn coop at each ianna Courier.
a clean sweep they surd" and "ungentlemanly" \ --4'
: darkey has stopped running the

:'- he didn't in the carry district a single; they election knew Jeems precinct the fact is not known to any citizens of other.too momentous.Gentlemen, forbear You have! The proceeded issueis Sickening Shivering Fits. -""r"r1'r"r""r'r"r1'r"r'f"'r"r"r'1r"r"r'tr"r"r'rr" " '," " V

V' Live Oak. The incident caused muchmerriment orgue and :Malaria can be relieved -
: cnly as a standing joke. But the governor just far enough with your subjectto and cured with Electric Bitters. Thft

( tok him seriously He disqualIfied .. fur the onlookers.-Live leave all of your readers in a state is a pure tonic medicine; of especial .
_: Oak Daily Democrat. benefit in malaria, for it exerts a true Cold Storage
Jitfge St\vart from hearing. the of miserable uncertainty as to whether curative influence on the disease, driving f I $ .

'-case and sent Judge Shaylor of Jacksonville he Adam or the antropoid ape was the it entirely out of the system. It js .
Thomas Dixon. Jr.. says that having :I
Result much to be preferred to Quinine .
to try. until
to DeLand true ancestor of us all and not
up
once united a homely New Jersey none of this drug's bad after- : :
-: : "In ten minutes the jury returned extremely handsomeman. you have cleared up this point haveyou effects. E. S. Munday, of Henrietta Of Meats : .
widow to an
of not guilty. The defense moral right to jump the game Texas writes: "My brother was very 1
a veidict any
It. was a ,runaway match to low with malarial fever and jaundice F -
{ '. imio evidence at all, for the and off into acrimonious personalities. which
pu; York and he tried to dissuadethe go till he took Electric Bitters, < _
f- ..?tate was unaWe to prove. that more t'ew I .. We suspected from the start I savAl his life. At Tydings: & Co., drug .- -- -
; in vain.
woman. His plea was store 50c, guaranteed. m #
;;;/1l'" -: yotes \iue cast for Alexander than Three weeks later the bride wrote hima that ..it was dangerous. subject to I ; price == We beg to Announce to the pub. -3 _

0: the returns showed." Now Governor monkey with.-Live Oak Democrat.The Miss May Turnley, a member of the -- .--
.iVi tearful letter, begging that the records --- -


.V': '. fashion and acknowledge. that he ha, iandsomLothario* was a burgler. He proprietors of the Boston store has been visiting her mother in Tampa -- --

_ been .buucoed.-Palatka News. stated to a representative of the Ocala this week, returns home Sunday. So '
JV the
married her to get the run of MEATS. We guarantee
, ;:\ V Banner Saturday that the holiday delightful has been her stay here that .
house, stole $10,000 and left for parts V ,, ___
Hurt.
V M. C. Standley Severely trade of this season was the largestin :
she will probably return at an early
b
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unknown. the history of that establishment date and join the host of Hillsborougb E satisfaction and solicit your pat =: : : ". __

".: Late Saturday- afternoon &s Jaster,. Spoiled Her Beauty. which has now been in Ocala for over \ :pedagogues.-Tampa Tribune. : -== ':--

tiL C. Standley was riding horseback Harriet Howard, of 209' W. 34th: SLew five years. They are firm believers inprinters' : We certainly V hope that Miss Turn- :: ronage -

. York. at one time had her beauty ink, and thoroughly under- :
'. ;;_ : down Fort King avenue he was thrown spoiled with skin trouble. She writes; ; ley will never leave Ocala.. -- ; f -
.; -I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for stand how to use it to get the best -- : _
. r. He was knocked unconscious V
from his horse
f:" years, but nothing would cure It, until results. A War of Words. .
:: :c and at first. it waS thought I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve." A V V .. "
healer for cuts burns .- Ice a ..
?:, quick and sure Ocala .
-. that he'was killed. He was picked up and sores 25c at Tydings & Co., drug Good Florida corn comes nearest The Fort Pierce News and the St. ; :

V "V and carried Into the home of Mr. "W.K. store. m containing all the points of perfect excellence Lucie Tribune are not being drawn !: ..

-7 hastily at a corn show of any raised of the L:4
:_ : Zewaldskl and a physician Superintendant Hendricks, of New In the world. The proportion of grain together by the celebration :
"Babe of.Bethlehern" anytoo much to Co.
f .summoned._ It was discovered that York State, Insurance department: pays and cob, length of kernel the smooth- fuel .. -
hurt. f They are toying with the language -
p- :while not at all seriously Injured the; his daughter a salary of $2,500 a year ness and symmetry of ear all mark
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For
In most reckless manner.
-- '.little! fellow. was pretty badly cut on Evidently "father" works more than right up to 100 per. cent. Tampa a

him of working. J Times. instance the News says? U"nUiU1UumUUUUUluumuuu .
yl the, "headand- ags.. some people accuse V V i u nU1U1U1U1U1UIUlh

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_ ; THEOCLA' BANNER, JANUARY 5 19C .. _. .... ..' -' .. .. c- _
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CHRISTMAS. WITH THE' I WEDDINGS. HOTEL.ARRI VLS. Do You

: FIAGLER PARTY.
Silvernail-Sparkman. city; J., A. Broekington, .Xewberrr.

il Was ,Celebrated with a Christmas (From Friday's Daily.) Fla.; J. Hough, city; L. Potokoff Milwaukee MAKE ..}'.

Tree in the Rotunda of the Ponce Miss Eddie Miller Sparkman and Mr. Wis.; J. j. Ross Lergy Fla.; ;

de Leon Hotel. A. Karl Silver il. both of Jackson- | IL W. Long, llartel, Fla.; J. B. Wolfe. Growing i -

vllle,'were married at Starke' Wednes Atlanta, Ga.; H. M. Binder, Atlanta, Next

Mr. and Mrs. IL M. Flagler enjoyed Ga.; J. I. Kauffman,' Richmond, Va.; FROM

., Christmas' 'in the Ancient city in the day.Miss Elise Riles. of Jacksonville. ''C. E., Davis and wife :Atlanta. Ga.; 5 5II :

old fashioned the St. and Mr. W rfeld' Simpson of Baltimore J. W. Kimburgh Webster, Fla.; H. '
good way says
were the maid-of.honor-and the M. Mathews, Blackville, S. C. seed so I can help you
at a reasonable
Record with relatives and iWant
Augustine best man. There were no other at- J. ,A. Hampton Blackville S. C.; J. Laat spring the :

friends as guests of the Ponce de Leon. tendants. S"' C. Priest Floral City, Fla.; C. R. I plant stand my was watermelon Srcured. .

A magnificient Christmas tree was The bride who was recently graduated Boyd, Jacksonville Fla.; G. G. Byrnes, r.penen instead of too allowing late for .-)" (

erected in. the center,, rof the rotunda from the Duval high school Jacksonville, Fla.: G. B. Tank rsley. I ir the following paln!> ':'<"' .1, arm. !
f'tlt. shaped sized ';;:- of
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the that Coleman Fla.; B. E. Rainey Colum- etmelons.the first on ', r
with vari-colored I wore pretty gown worn on "
crowded
and fairly 1"
bus, Miss.; .H. L. Carter, Richmond Both ends of eacb *, "\ .
occasion. The dainty white silk was ,
thrown
the
melon
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Incandescent j lights. The tree was of trimmed with quantities of shirring Va.; G. :McLean, Conant Fia.; F, W. matured away seed taken \ h! 11Qlr'

spruce pine and reared to the height I frown, Ocala L. Hough. Dunnellon, with spehral care Jvo FLA. Oct.22. 190t : fuzid
and hand work with a touch of beau- decayed melonsI ;r
of thirty feet. Electricians had been tiful lace. Fla.; F. W Shands, Gainesville, Fla. guarantee these :- 'I
and asgood have C POn
as .J j
r ousy for several days entwining the Miss Riles wore her commencementgown Ocala Htfuse, Dec. 28.-J. C. :Massey: As to my re l Whisky >(' S.-
cjuintile or :
agency
'wires and fastening the bulbs of which also. It was a charming creation Orange Springs, Fla; J. B. Martin '( i

there were 1,500 of the three randle of white Paris muslin, trimmed Oklawaha Fla.; II. D. Bassett ,.Floral 75c .." '- NtwY

power. with quantities of German valencien- tMty, Fla.; H. O. Snow M. D., Floral your :,
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*- The west wing of the grand dining nec lace, Her flowers were bridesmaidsroses. City, Fla.; J. I. Kaufman Richmond, on- -
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room was used 'by Mr. and Mrs. Flag- Va.; R. C. Wisehart, Florida; P. G. .
Henry
ler and party. Over the table the Miss Sparkman, the pretty young McDonald, Savannah. Ga.; Miss McDonald selected :
,.
chandelier was wreathed with garlands bride, decided to have her wedding at Savannah' Ga.; H. M. Rey-

of green paper and large crimson bells Starke because the venerable clergy- nolds, Cincinnati. 0.; A. C. Williams, Eden I t.

were suspended from the chandelier. man who has been devoted to her since Rocheller, Fla'; Thomas Palmer for

Potted plants were artistically arranged childhood could not conveniently come Tampa,. Fla.; Girard Lewis Miles Or- :

around the room making as pretty a to Jacksonville and her grandmotherlives ton Circus; J. A. Campbell; Reddick It1Tii1Pay ,

scene as Santa Claus has eve gazed at that place. Fla.; J. W. Moon Dillon, S. C.; J it to wi

upon. After their wedding trip to the: G. Page Pensacqia, Fla.; J. IL Adams, i

The Chlstmas paty was composedof north, the young couple will returnto Atlanta, Ga.; Chas. Hill Gainesville,

Mr. and Mrs IL M. Flagler Mr. Jacksonville to reside. Fla.; William R. Steckert, Gainesville,, ( ) .36.66

and Mrs Wm. R. Kenan jr., Mrs. Mr. Silvernail a valued attache of Fla.; C. H. Whither Jacksonville, (8: ) : 43.61 JU

Wm. 11. Kenan, sr., Mrs. Flagler'smoth'er the Ludden-Campbell-Smith Music Fla.; R. W. Willis. St. Louis.Iontezum .87.10
a I 1\
;, Mrs. Wise and daughter. Miss House and is held in high esteem bya Hotel Dec. 28.-J. X, 0.660. .

Hannah Bowles and Mme. Blanche, large circle of frienJs.McDonaldBarnard.. Eaddy and son, Bushnell, Fla.;; C. Be-: You have 0.011

;: governes ,for Miss Louise Wise. ville, Bushnell. Fla.; J. T. Gardner,, IF to sell> 0.225 ,;

The party also enjoyed their Christinas Coleman, Fla.; R. F. Mann Ocala, ',. 0.027 :

diane, at the Ponce de Leon. Miss Ethel Barnard and Mr. Thomas Fla.; F. E. Saxon, BrosviUeFla..; ) ;. 0.073'e

e It The Christmas tree was laden. with McDonald were united. in marriage B. Crosby, Dunnellon, Fla.; G. H to'be -f-

: I presents and the distribution took Wednesday night at 9:30 o'clock at; Smith Saratoga X. Y.; T. A. Xeely: Y u're

MrTii '..> place at 12:30:! and 1 o'clock. the bride's home on Jones street Sav I IF to Florida grade ,

,,, annah. Ocala House, Friday, Dec. 29.-J. B --
: ,,' : a clean pure grain mash:
'. ::; Congressman Lamar and the Florida Mr. and Mrs. McDonald left Thurs. Martin. Ocklawaha, Fla.J.; Page, Melrose ,

Brosa L: : '_,' Newspapers. day afternoon for their future-home at t Fla.M.; W. Ulmer, Largo, Fla.; acids is very low. .

LmthU -' 'H-'" ", Silver Springs, Fla.. where Mr. McDonald I Cole Yerwood, :Melrose, Fla.; J. R.I IF I You desire '

: ; The papers of Florida. are by no is employed as chief clerk in Page Jacksonville. Fla.; Jos. Rowe NoI I kind of T.. /SCHREIBER, Chemist. ''f,
Bar ".. with Con- .. .:i
: means unanimously siding
the offices of the Wrentz Lumber com Y.; Jas.' F. Taylor, Tampa, Fla; Julius ( p
FlaJ ,,,';:: gressman Lamar in his little racket TO '
Mr. McDonald resided Savannah Solomon, Talahassee, Fla.; Arthur
pany. in -
;i with Minority Leader Williams. For dR
C.Tas ;{, instance here 'is the comment of the formerly and has a number of I DeYore Atlanta, Ga.; H. G. Wattmer, EXPRESS PREPAID.-

'> CJtrus County Chronicle: "Among the friends in that city. Mrs. McDonaldis Hulmerson, Pa.; Henry Bars, Philadelphia lj

n j egotistical freaks of modern times a charming. young woman. Only ,; Penn.; C. C. Carleton, Fla.; J. H. N .

,'i- may be justly classed Billy Lamar, the immediate relatives were witnessesto Chas. E. Criskln, Philadelphia Penn.; ,...,
Flc "r
-:' congressman from the third district of the marriage.Mr. I D. E. Edelstine, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. OCALA. '-';:
cagbcrt :; .' Florida. lIe had the temerity to 'buck ;;
u- and Mrs. McDonald were inOcaia I, Chipmau. Philadelphia, Penn.; J. F.
C :. up'against John Sharp Williams, leader Friday and 'were guests at lrvI 1 .: }pf the democrats in .congress, last & CO.
:' the Ocala House. Fla.; J. W. Carr, Tampa, Fla.
< week. and Billy was sat down on so ,
DillonHill.Mr. Montezuma Hotel Dec. 29.-G. J.
Graf ."!" hard tliat his halt million dollar wife .
Fla. j'. would hardly recognize him.Tamp1 William S. Dillon, of Jacksonville Jones, Ocala Fla.V.; A. Green Bra- .4 Distributors.

CleiiBrc '-:- -. Times.. and Miss Adah Hill of Coving- velman, Fla.; J. A. Jackson, Trilby,

,;:" < .. ton. Ky.. will be married on Januarythe Fla.; J. D. Jackson, York, Fla.; O. W. 4

f'l: The Editors Stand Alone. kins, Waycross Ga. Mrs. A. W. FLORIDA.
.Gail :, nineteenth. Mr: Dillon is a son ; --
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Fla.1 \'<'.:' of Mr. and Mrs. B. F, Dillon, of Jacksonville Aikins & Son Waycross, Ga.; J. P.

GiGr \ i: <"'-' The Lake City Index says that the and is 'a popular young\ man Parrish. Watertown,. Fla.; T. T. McPherson '. -_-..
r :/, Mirror is,a paper published by the inmates & 'u
;: both socially and in business circles. Wildwood; Fla.; R. R. Carroll ,,
.. :; of the Missouri penitentiary. InV HTM'I&1
He is a member of the firm of the city; L. Polakoft, Chicago, Ill.;
C. ;;.t a recent issue the following appears: Bros.
Florida .Drug'Company.. II. Kergwin Orlando, Fla.; Robert
forTh ; Of preachers we have had enough
'J; James, Palatka, Fla.; B. F. Benson
, | to furnish subsistence to an African
I :- Pleasant.Trip on the Tuna. Dunnellon, Fla.; R. F. Rogers, Electra
TuiSOIj ?J ;; chief for a :year; of doctors, enough Works
f :i j to depopulate' state; and lawyers On Tuesday a party of eighteen, including Fla.; T. J. Bowling Elizabeth Ind.;

w ,7::\, enough to establish a good-sized colony Captain and Mrs. John :J... In-- Grant W. Baker, Shelbyville. Ind.; W. :
Stills
.; of hades. But of editors, not glis, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Inglis, Mr. and A. Carter, Gainesville, Fla.; A. M. Davis -

Let I."",..,.i;>'t"-,,'r.. one. Mrs. M. A. Love.: Messrs. Allick, Wm. Fernandina, Fla.; C. R. Boyd I Workers.
,- L. and Edgard Inglis, Miss Thomas, Jacksonville, Fla.; G. W. Jackson .
i' ;? .;I What Is It All For
: > l' Mr. A. G. Bigelow Miss Cleaveland, Trilby FIr.;' J. Nelson, Ocala,. Fla.; G. it

': The Arcadia Champion grows'a lit- Masters James Love John L. Inglis, W. Byrus, Jacksonville Fla.; S. S. -t

-. B. A. Inglis Jr., and Clifford Inglis Boynton, Reddick, Fla. :
: :. : tie pessimistic in voting that boycott new ones. Patching

spare -_. of theJacksonville Sun. and says: took a trip on Captain, Inglis's yacht . Orders, by mail or 51
cnthir $ We wonder, sometime, if the dear Tuna to Green Cove Springs. With Ocala House, Dec. 30.-J. B. Martin at either of the y

'. public whose cause the brave editors Capt. Joe" Smith as pilot the Tuna Ocklawaha, Fla.; Thosl: H. Coles, Chi- Chas E. Blum & : ; .

in : espouse are. after all worth the sacrifice made the trip and return in less than Bay St.J_ :
cago, Ill.; J. E. Pace. Jacksonville,
..fitswr 4 ,. for they seldom appreciate it at tour hours. After taking on suppliesshe
ltd.. full..... 1..'_.hu.I .._. Fla.; T. C. Thomson, Chattanooga, SAVANNAH 6A
{; :Jo": will proceed to Port Inglis stop-
? :' Andyet.Ifit's a question of right I ping en route at Palm Beach, Miami Tenn.; G. Manning Ellis, Md.. Chattanooga MOBILE
IMthl ,, :\ it is the duty of the honest editor to ,
.'.--.', Key Wet and Tampa. Tenn.: W. S. Washington !
.. /::::. ; "pull off his coat and roll up his = ALA-
an! .t. '::I::1f i : ,, ': sleeves" and get at it-Lake City In The gasoline yacht Tuna owned by Chattanooga, Tenn.; W. A. DeWeese Tii = 1
.."'. Capt. John L. Inglis, arrived last Sat-
cai t deL
-: Chattanooga Tenn.; S. W. Hassell, N. .
from Mass. in .
cat urday Boston chargeof -
.. Publish Y.; J. K. Orr, Atlanta Ga.; J. K. Orr ; -'----; i
ljI ,- Ships to Daily Papers. Captain Lawson..

j The Tuna is admirably fitted up Jr., Atlanta, Ga.; Thomas Orr, N. Y.; M Our Patients ;

': The publication of a daily newspaper with every comfort and convenience T. D. Lancaster city; S. S. Yellokou- !I Dry Siding,
.
:_ .n board the Amerika has proved such I Hold Gut Falal 10DIi.
for delightful cruising. She is capable tin, N. Y.; L. F. Brown, ::.1. Y.; J. F. ,
that the Hamburg- American orboIlCi..cI VAr1eeee1.'Wit
: a success B. H. ** ;
Inl '. line has arranged with the Mar of sleeping nine persons, besides Towle Boston Mass.; E. G. Killgore, oataCloUI Bl"d ''otse.
: ; the, crew of four. The forward cabinIs ..lanai ."'Ilro, ..... of Msad
and wife, Aberdeen N. C. L. F. Blanker .
coni Wireless Telegraph company tc ; ; DO"lmalant k*p rmsaeDt.
13t ) furnish its steams:, trUtheat
Kaiser, Augustarictorla.. Moltke, make: comfortable quarters for owner I X. Y.; E. II. Smith, ,ykrida: ; J. D. :..... Dr. N. K. Kp.a.! U1i u&founder ears fI'iU$1
\ Chief
dr j___ Bleucher .and Hamburg with, the long and guests.-Times Union. : Grooms, Florida; J. X. C.-evarre Florida JJCl T'ER pbys1e1IUJ..d UnjWXrtiOUt IUrceua.. UiBgMdfUd
that \of chronic dUtaiaa! to *-
distance receiving system. so uiwpa
/T" I :; and e1eetrja af tnele*. "
La'N I these vessels will receive constantly Taken by ,Mistake. with &.1 the rl nnlc. fir&**ba&tet-
? sod F1nseQ
ray: I.
fact"Ill eleetrta1
:;- communications during the entire voyage -- the medical
i profeaslon.
Montezuma Dec. 30,-T. R. Shroutt OuU..t&ar1u."
-; from New York and return and At Mrs. Carroll's entertainment on and we emplo, cone but 1110 best
& Coleman, Fla.; W. S. Sweat, Citronella : attenlSauta.repwIJ qUlllled rradUt411
present them In newspaper form. Thursday \ took by mistake someone being in chari.
As i t else's umbrella instead of my own. Fla.; J. D. Pope city; J. P. .een- .'\: or uuhd, me...for 10 E;"'e'.ture'cur. psUeata an..nt ae OtIS 4

u'ottvseem 4 Pensacola in Her Best Bib and Tucker. Would like to exchange for mine. Mrs. beck Palatka, Fla.; W. P. Cromer \ennl. for tre&IIb' "tavenag from 16.01)

| HatchelU at Ooklawaha Inn. 12-30.3t Palatka, Fla.; W. X. Young, [cIntosh. : I.peeled inelad.d time. ) -04 wo 11ft the..at-

the -- : A number of persons remarked on Fla.; T. T. McPherson Wildwood, I S W flt1y)$nocesatufl.sv..5 cure ai chronic i

crat the lively appearance of all the places Til be the catcher." said Clown Xo. Fla.; J. M. Knight Etina, Fla.; Mrs.J. : and. Dr&1B1.B1addo, troubles IU1111maUal,
Louel.
ete. IB4 \
loss .' of business on Palafox street" last Sat- 1, in Miles Orton's Circus. "Xo," said lI Tyhe, Georgia; Rr R. Cordall, 1Hav. and maUnani tzoULti. Catarrh Yriyss*f UIO
.. full stock Longs. Dlieauii of
bi :. urday. Some old residents said they Clown Xo. 2, "I'll be the catcher be- city; II. W. Song and son, Mantel, and Burial a Out ,of and Women inch .ncb II D1acelleu BJ. and Ear,

statejtei had never seen 'more people on the causeI wear the little white cap." So Fla.; J. M. Meffert, Lowell Ga.; R. Burial .ervi's. I yon ar* lick wutneeaes or llUcte4.caf woa.a.au request we

? g street and in. the retail stores and when Governor Folk gets into the B. :Meffert Lowell, Ga.; J. A. Anderson Embalming! i AND"b1&nh AUVICEYREC for home treatment '

impairgress ;-t shops on any ordinary business Sat- United States senate it will be a question Kissimmee Fla.: L. J. Taylor. Ccrsit
_.__.......... ai Psahtres Bts Atlanta5
: whether he Senator
- urday. It is certainly an agreeable I I or Tillman Jacksonville, Fla.; C. E. Graham Pen- I '

a nce of S surprise to many that the city has Will wield the pitchfork. Both gentle- sacola Fla.; T. L. Xeedy city; J. Nelson Jerry GaL

: toh1'Comm, ;. so quickly recovered all lost ground men claim the honor of wearing the X. Y.; Ethel Gharman, Xocat, ---- _

:; in a business way.-Pensacola Xews. little white cap. Fla.; J.'W Redorph DeLand Fla.; \"". I

: Brat-6. J; Zeigler Georgetown 0.; R. L. Mag-
;\". .?' has in! s: Capt ,J. '\.. Tucker of Ft. Pierce Is The president since his visit to the ruder and. wife Columbus, Ga.; Miss LEY & CO

fS, :--astat .' another one of the good men of Florida -. South is losing out in Xew England. Lula Magruder, Columbia, Ga.; Miss
: being named for The According to the Star
: Washington
K'y: from th governor. aNew Lee Magruder, Columbus, Ga.; Miss
vV'your wl ;, Jacksonville Metropolis says of him England educator says: "I rankAmerica's
Mattie Pinrjacle
: Magruder, Columbus. Ga. of Human Skill. '
that "he has his life farm
spent as a :
D in this
great men order
o M> He : Glenwood, Dec. 30.' -J. O. Tatum Ocala, .
er and fruit grower, and has performed :
'
r1. 'f date'd'dwn. Booker Washington, first; Jacob Riis,
ffi ; .1,0 and ;fe,'Leroy. Fla.; J. D. Logan A.
excellent work 'in the development Finest : been
." '' '' second; and Theodore Roosevelt reached in, our
ttr carriages
>r=*:;:.-- -,- .-" r "* : of his county. He is always prompted C. K, Fla.; J. :M.: Foeb Ocklawaha Domestic

it J:"" -.d-. >al.mov .' < .'-: by what is right and acts alwaysto third. Fla.; R. B. Harrison. Balto Md.; J. and harness. The only, way

:. -:.C. t'bedemj the best interest of ,the masses." 3!. Condrey, Coleman, Fla.; Geo. T. I '
f ; New .can everbe better to
*; ik De Morning Paper for Tampa. jaise the
Fla ,
*i$ ; Condrey Coleman ; W. B. Stone I .
_.f'.....< ,, -' -:-'z The Lake City Citizen-Reporter A -- Orange Bend, Fla.; X. X. Harrison, nnale-e evate the standard-arid: _'-'
.,-; Claudi' that Lake City and Columbia new morning paper will oe sts.rted '
<: says
1' : city; Jas. Deutsch Chicago; Mrs. Jas. I'i I --
; then
! .:. :dty;) :; county will )ave a few friends to reward at Tampa on January 1, 1906, by J- our vehicles will be found
Deutsch .
the publishers of the Chicago; J. Johnson, Monarch
r-r": .! i dJ :' ,riext'elecUon and ala and few to punish in the Globe. Tampa is a growing Tampa city Sunday hid Grove Fla.; C. P. Bendley, Pa- i :: .the top. They art not so high in -'
::: ,, when the time comes I
: fro Liiun !f', ; ..' every man in the county will unite Its newspapers are all flourishing.Mrs. latka. Fla.; IL M. Mathis, Blackville, Noka"thghoae though, as to be out of reach ",

ri hIs : \it C seeing the punishment properly adr S. C.; Miss Pattie R. Lane, Floral eatioD. UWiIe most vehicle

; t. p .. ministered., Inis item is referred. to A. DeVane.,after'spending, a few City, Fla.; E. J. Johnson, Grahamville Grnmai ook4Ttng RhetDrie, ; users. Let ns quote .- ;:-

..U:*,." ftb"beJ:.,.r.' ,,'. ,Fiank .Walpole of ,the Manatee. Record days In' Ocala with her daughter. Mrs.P. Fla; J. B. Kennedyy Aripeaka Fla.; Tk--Pl7 .figures. _,

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<.-f. ,;,'. .'.,S' n.o<:!>-,.,ilt ;, '. 'clothes- ;- ". home in Savannah. Tenn. W. G. Mathis, Irvine, Fla. LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE '
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<., THE OCALA BANNER. JANUARY 5, 1906. < -- PAGE ELEVEN


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A MARION NO PROSECUTION FOR WALSH. NOTCH.VOTICE .
COUNTY FARMER. ttt'tfe9uional.
o the
secure biggeSt. ____ ...r -..- -"'"

crops of corn, fertilizers A party of hunters-left Ocala early Shaw Excuses Chicago Banker Because R D FULL R. L. P. BLALOCK,. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE tlt mC1\\ "

Other Bankers Violate Laws. CULLER & BLALOCK.: undersigned intend to apply to the gover. A

must be used New Year's morning and when in the nor ofthe stte of Florida oa the
Chicago Dec. 30,-Secretary of the BANK DEPOSITR.
,
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Dentists. 8th day January, .... D.. 7906, 000
rally. Apply at least 500 neighborhood of :Mr. Samuel R. Pyles' Treasury Shaw arrived In this cty: Over Munroe &: Chambliss Bank Ocala,Fla. for letters patent on the pror. sed charter copy R. R. Fare Paid. Notes

from Washlrgton and in Interview of which i:; hereto attached, the orig nal of taken on tuition. BEST
plantation. the dogs,got on to the trail an which file and cheapest on earth. Don't delay. Write to-dr. .
the office
: nds to the acre-with 'IE.BIGGS is on in ot the secretary ofstate
of a fox and Mr. Pyles hearing the practically declared there would be no I Tonahlt ee, Florida I I GEORGIA-ALABAMA BUSINESS COLLEGE.Macaa.te
EMILE VAN ESP EN. .
'K percent, nitrogen 8 criminal prosecution growing Gut of ATTORNEY-AP-LAW.
COLIN
per WYlLIF.
JR.,
melody of their voices joined in the '
the Chicago National bank and the (Office in Gary-Arnew Block.) O.T. GREEN. i NOTICE.
available
.,ent. phosphoiic chase and remained with the party Home Savings bank of this city. He OCALA. FT.ORID. I
I The undersigned do hereby associate themselves Notice of Application for Tax Deed
eid, and 9 per cent. POTASH. until two of the beautiful fleet footed i said: togethei as a body corporate.under the I Under Section 8 Chapter 8884
M. THOMPSON, ,
provisions of the statute laws of the state oiFlori'ia
"John R: Walsh did! not take one J
; Laws of Florida.
POTASH is a most important animals had been captured.It and do publish the following articles of
dollar dishonestly. He did no more PhYSICIAN: AND SURGEON. tncorpctatiou: Notice is hereby given that Thomas

'. factor in corn culture. was now the hour of breakfastand than many o;her bankers in the United Office over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp Moniezama ARTICLE I. Lawton purchaser of Tax Certificate,
. :No. 196. dated the 2nd day of June, A.

7 ruOur practical books for Mr. Pyles, invited all of the gen- States are doing all the time. OCALA. FLA. The name of this corporation Khali be the D., 1902. has filed said certificate i*

tlemen to break bread with him, and "The rumor of criminal prosecutionis SPENCER. ISTACHATTA PHOSHPATE t OMPANY The my office, and has made application .
JDWIN pnacioil place ot business of this corporationshall for tax deed to issue in accordance
for the
farmers are :yours one of the party in relating the incident nothing but talk. There. has beenno 14 be at Ocal. Marion county, wish" such with law. Said certificate embrace

. king.L.no! cost or obliga- to us, said that it had been manya embezzlement or theft. For every ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ofdirecto.s.branch offices as may be adopted by the board the following described property sit- .

: dollar taken out gilt-edged securitywas OCALA ?-8-v FLORIDAT uated in Marion county, Florida. to-
day since he had sat down to so ARTICLE II.
wit Northeast
: quarter except 34.01

f rtioit&f any sort, and a vast bountiful and excellent a bill of fare. placed! within. The depositors K. CHASE The general nature ot the business to be acres, section 23, township 13. south

! furia of invaluable informin .*-' Fried chicken, eggs, homecured ham, will get every dollar and when that ,) UausacVed by Vt\s con taliott halt be: To Range 22 East:, 126 acres. The said
/ f has been acomplishe the responsibilityof DENTIST, canyon the business of turning and prospect land being assessed at the date of the
them. splendid coffee, hot biscuit and waffles I big lot pno>phat.and all kinds minerals and issuance of such certificate in the
:; on the government ceases. That part OCALA FL other materials, to erect works, plants, ma. name of Thomas James. Unless said
made fresh butter fresh
new syrup, .
to search
, chinery for.
and
,[ of the banking law prohibiting the prospect minephophate certificate shall be redeemed accord.

'j'1 Address, GERMAN KAU WORKS. sweet milk and butter milk and other loaning of more than 10 per cent of CARLOS L. SISTRDNK, other minerel and sum-tancc phosphatic, to materials crush wash and, ing to law tax deed will issue thereom

New York-03 Nassau Street or things too numerous to mention. smelt. reduce and otherwise render mar- on the 29th day of January, A. D.
the capitalization to one man may have ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ketable the same; to purchase lease
So. Broad
Qa.-ZZy. Street.
J Atlanta. 1905.Witness
After breakfast the
gentlemen were
been violated. That is not a criminal Room 4, Mi."aic Building sell and dispose thereof and develop the resources my official signature ani
J invited to stroll to the stables and of any such mines and property.whether peal this the 27th day of December A. -
violation, and all that can be done Is beIogingtothiscompanvcr not and tocairyon D. 1905. -
barns and inspect Mr.. Pyles' stock. it]IS:* B.: If. SINCLAIR, the business of a trading company in all its ,
HERE AND THERE. to liquidate the bank and pay off the 4j1. branches. [Seal.] S. T. SISTRUNK, .

They saw fine hordes, mules and colts, depositors:: The violation of that law To carry on the business ot phosphate miners Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County.
STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWIUTER. and grinders, manufacturers of super-phosphate Florida. 12-21.-
and
fine Jersey cows and calves, hogs
I by one bank: is no more than has been Public. ammonia, fixed or dissolved guano and other ..

Motto for the New Year-Right foot pigs, wattling in their fat turkeys: done by almost every bank in the and Notary chemical fertilizers, make-s and refiner of .
.' Special attention to out of Town Work sulphuric acid and sUlphate ot ammonia, seed NOTICE. .
I forward onward march! ducks, geese, pea fowls and chickens, country. crushers and o'll refiners, and oil cake manufac-

twenty-five gobblers yet "un old and I Commercial Bank Ocala, Fla. turers and iraporteis of and dealers in Peruvian
and other guanos. phosphate. nitrate of soda, I, Taxes are due and payable on the irst
We bade good-bye to the old year which will probably be used at the MERRYMAKING NOT STOPPED. .. -. -- sulphate ammonia and similar substances and Monday of November of each 3 ear -

home. The farm itself in keeping i products. 2. Personal ed poll taxes mnst be paidatthe
with a tear and welcomed the'new one was John White & Co. To purchase and otherwise acquire, build, same time that real estate is paid on, it assessments
with the home surroundings. This Gardener Was Killed and Several erect. equip and maintain any mining nghts. are to the same party.
:with a. smile. J.OUISV1LLE, KY.ElchMturfcetpri l"ads. houses factories machinery,' grants
gentleman said that it looked more Thousand Dollars Damage Done. I Z.tbU.l.dIU1 .' rights. privileges, exemptions and property ot 3. If possible come in person to pay ,"oar
taxes Paying mail or through other parties
like farming to him than anything he New York, Dec. 30-In ignorance of any description. whether real or personal, is frequently unsatisfactory.
; Atlanta with 60,000 names in her ; paid torn* which may be deemed useful or conducive to
had seen since he had been in Florida. the explosion which had shaken the the attainment of any of the objects of the com 4. When you come to pay your taxes bring a
new directory claims a population of affair FURS pany and to use manage.develop. let sel. exchange description from your deed or latest tax receiptof
If you want to see how a man can house vas more than a trivial I or otherwise turn to account. or deal what you wish to pay on.

. : 1SI.OOO.x farm in Florida, what luxuries he can the guests of Charles H. Mallory, at tod Wwlra Hides. with dispose of the same, as may be necessary 5. Don wait till last few day of time to pay,
or advisable for the of the com
..I..I", purposes then expect the beat service either by mail .*
surround himself with, and how independent Byrairshore, last night, continued pany.To ia person. The ruTh is then on and delay are
Mrs. Hattie Agnew of Elizabeth- I their 'r.rim-ent. It was several hours acquire any inventions, or the nght to unavoidable You must take your turn as it
he can be of all the world, go I We are the sale agent for the celebrated use any inventions capable oi being used for comes, -
later that they learned that in the explosion connected with ol the business
town Ky. will spend the greater any purpose any
part
. out and visit Capt. Pyles--, Genuine Karpen Leather oos. Ocala PartitartCo. or operations of the company and to acquire or 6. You must have your property properly a.-
James Mackey head gardener, sessed. if you wish to avoid trouble in payment
cause to be applied for and obtained. any letters
of the winter at Palm Bea h.
of taxes. The collector cannot alter the valuation :
lost his lfe, and that several thousand I _ _ patent or concessions ot an analogous; character of
How to Cook >a Husband. I In -spect of any inventions and to grant or description assessments found on tke
dollars' worth, of damage done. Bad Outlook for Tomato Growers. and issue licenses for the use of any such inventions tax book. E. L.CARNEY. Tar Collector.
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Mclver. of Mi- The first thing to be done is to catch I 0275 m Marion County.Ocala Fla.
of the upon such terms and conditions as may be
Mr. Mallory who is the head will be-late this
: last week in Ocala with him, and while you are about it, try The tomato crop deemed expedient.To ,
fanopy, spent 8tamsiiip line of that name, had a spring-if at all-and the probability sell or otherwise! dispose of all or any partof ::2
: Mr. and Mrs. D., E. Mclver. to be sure that you are getting a good of friends from New York and : I the business, property and assets of the company NOTICE APPLICATION FOR LEAVETO
one. After that a great deal dependson score 1: Is that It the planters try for a late, and to accept in payment for any prop. SELL MINOR'S LAND
Erookljn for a party and they had jut thousand erty sold by the company. or otherwise disposed -
there will be less than
one
management anti on your of. or for work done. services tendered,
Mr. D. N. Chadwick shipped one day your when"
. begun to play cards gas tank .1 trees in Dade county. The outlook moneys expended; shares. stock debentures or NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON TIM -

last month 1500 baskets of lettuce valued skill in cooking him. A good husbandis in a greei-ouse :SO: feet from the house : obligations any other company,and to hod, December, A D 1905. I will a..
to be rare, more's the pity I at present is gloomy.Miami News. deal with and dispose of the same ply tojthe Honorable Joseph Bell county judge
. '7 at $2 a basket from his farm near apt blew up. i i To purchase and otherwise acquire and under in and for Marion county slate of Florida. tt

r Many who might have become nice The detonation heard for five take all or any part of the business propel ly or his otace in Ocala in said county for aa order
;, Wilmington N. C. was liabilities of ny other company. carrying on authorizing me,as guardian ol the minor W4-
and tender, are spoiled in the coolting. miles. It shattered every glass in '!I Messrs. Liti2, Swarfcz & Co. arethe any business which this company is authorized: liam Ross Chambers. to sell at private sale the

!. to carry on or possessed of property suitable following property belonging to said estate town
Reddick and have So are some who were good and ten the greenhouses on the estate and authorized agents of the Sanders
; Mrs. son George for the purjjj.se of this company. t: Twenty chains square in the northeast

returned from Reddick where they der to begin with. So much dependson the windows en one side of the home.It If To is'ue shares in the capital stock of this cornerof the rredonda Grant in Section twenty 3
Jacksonville.
t" Fertilizer Co., of company, either as fully or partly paid UD,.in (an) Township twelve (u) south. Range -
\ spent a few days pleasantly with rel- the cook, you see. I blew a servant off his feet and you are needing fertilizers, or anything exchange tar any property or for shares or obligations twenty one (21) east.Obtaining forty U&) acres.
of any other company or corporetion, more or less
;: dives and friends.-Gainesville Sun. Some women Keep their husbands :I i brought the guests from their seats. in the fertilizer line, you will do wtunh'T incorporated in the United states or Said land belonging to the said minor, to k.

-f constantly in hot water, and then get j I Mackej's body was found later 10) elsewhere, having objects the same as, or simi sold for the best interest of said minor lieu
r. well to figure with them before buy- lar in whole or part as those ol this company. This the isth day of Novemoer. 1905. .
I i Tom Watson in Tom Watson's into a stew themselves, which don't.help feet fro'n the explosion by his wife, To amalgamate with any other company, c. r. 11-17 MARY G. HAM8ERS. Guardia..

in search of him. .sag. _ Dorat'on. partnership undertaking or person
Magazine continues to tickle Hearst matters at all. Other women who had gone f ,
/ with objects the same as or similar to the objects

; i "and Hearst tickles Tel!'}. Hearst is a freeze them with conjugal coldness: j I Tie guests, though startled, did not Twenty pounds of sugar for $1.00 f f this'company.or any tbem.upon any terms. ADMINISTRTAOR'S NOTICE.
; under any conditions or restrictions and with
realize the extent of the-accident until at the Fair. xThan
others smother them in a cloud of con- without for of .
illlionaire and Tom is crawling along. or guarantees performance --- -

tention; while still others keep them in the, party broke up. any special obligation of any other person 'or \TOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALl.

company. 11 whopiold claims of kind
persons any agauiit
.
Miss Grace Howell has returned to a pickle all the time. These women j To promote, establish or procure the incoi- tne estate of James Hatton Howard late of Marion -
No Ultimatum Sent poratin any company society, partnership
- with county deceased, to present the same fir
: Anthony, after spending a few daysIn : serve up their husbands tongue or nrderUkinu, and to subscribe or take by way
duly to the uudersignea administrator
payment proven .
Paris Dec. 30.( The foreign office
Ocala with the family of Mr. John I sauce, seasoned with pepper and vine of purchase security or otherwise and to offer within the time prescribed by law,
: I I says no ultimatum has been sent to" for public or private subscript cr to negotiate and in default thereof this notice will be pleaded :
Pasteur. I gar, and other sharp and spicy ingre the sale of the shares, bonds and obligations of in bar ol such pa\ment My postomce address :-
\ Venezuela and. considers Je reports any such company society or undertaking is Grahamville,Fla.

dients. circulated to that effect are the outgrowth and to make any contracts,leasesor agreementsin Nov 29th, 1905, HATTON HOWARD,
Th Jacksonville Metropolis says Now, it is not to be expected that '" relation theretoTo Administrator ot the estate of James H ittoi
of the conferences between borrow or raise money for the purposes of Howard. tit
.; ,., that lion. John N. 'C. Stockton has husbands can be made soft and ten- the company to ttf'attexecute, and issue bondsor IJ
Secretary Root. and Ambassador Jus- debtntuies slocks mortgages and other
completed his street paving contract der by sucbr treatment. "Many cooks ..
aerand concerning further instructions instruments ['o bearer or t her wise. and either
.c: Ia good shape and that the bills have spoil the broth" says a well-known redeemable or perpetual] for the securing and NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALfc. -
" to be 5nt Minister Russell at Caracas. repayment thereof: with or without charge upon -.. ,.,
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been audited and paid. proverb; but in this case it takes but The officia.ls here that the all or any of the property of the company. and .
say resump. upon such term 108 to priority or otherwise: as AND BY V1RTCEOP A CERTAIN .
r, ,<.' one cook to make all the mischief., tion by Venezuela of diplomatic relations irs m.i-s MeralI Pau.ris.4 IatkC&raiU the company shall think fit I UNDER rendered by the Honorable VI, S. .

:;, -:: Stuart B. Harris of Citra, was the Cooked with pepper and vinegar, or with the French charge d'affaires IIi* .f...f el....... ..ah .,pa'I.' ..... Tail 6 es To lend,invest anddtnl' with money of the Bulleck judge of the circuit court of the fifth .
1> account ..( tUU-sty!I., accuracr asi m ?beitjr. comp.iuv uot imintdutelv lequired. upon such ju Jiaal circuit of the state oi Florida 'fitting.
.... :;. guefif of his cousin. Frank Harris, Jr. frozen stiff, husbands are sure to become M. Taigny, is essential as preliminary l'Ic.U' M.t.I..rriiecu..f? FauhUbU security or withoutsauntyaud tn such manneras ch.ncery for Marion county. in a cert tin cau e
f ; .art mb.cnt>er( thaI ay.ISr L.tht"' .... ,"' .. 0.. from time to time may be determintd pending therein wherein James E. Chace u
: He returned to Citra Friday. He attends hard and tough and altogether to considering the other questions In yaa.' ui cn.>."((11 iwmkcri) COIorlli.era'.. La'silfluq. To raise money upon loans or otherwise for complainant and Annie M. l'lIdudlerInd Hcory

; :i school in Asheville, N. C.. and unpalatable. So is the cook herself.If dispute. ten* I'r.v. A..eeotl.IINCi I W7 tOKY lakMf JW(Ml a McCtU tuf the purposes ofthe company. W. chandler are ctefendao s. s..id decree beiag
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To m Llrelt'cept., endorse and execu'e promissory rendered on th 18th day ol November D.
iJ : ii his Christmas vacation at is cooked he Lady A..... W..,... ) ...._.,..&._., A.
.. :t spending the husband properly 1511-al CS <<..........io.. Pau. C..lee"(of ks 4. notes bills of exchange and other negotiable 1905. I will offer for sale and will sell to the
,{ :' the "Mansion" with his mother, Mrs. will become a very delicious morsel- Scient'fic Association Meets. ,'...'I ud PrcniumtEtfrn. C.taIec.. (i.iig 4u. 'rem....) instruments.Vo highest and best bidder f'Jr cash at public oat-
i. AUreu THK McCALL CO.M* V 11''. II I purchase construct, 1-'a!e. own and operate -" cry before the conn house door(south)in 'cats,
:' .t X. S. Harris. something that it is handy to havein New Orleans. Dec 30.-The fifty- I steam vessel ant other cratr or rail or tram Marion county. Florida between the legal hovi
; roads or canal, f O>- purposes of its own busi. of sale on the first Monday in January. A D. '
-: .; the. house all the while. This is the ninth annual meeting of the America; STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING.The ness but not as a common catr.tr having none 1906; t -Wlt. -
Souter has been at association! of the rights and privileges of common carriers.or .
.r. Kiss Shelly way to do it: for the advancement: of none of the duties obligations or liabilities of Jaaavyislicio6,

. 11 Sumtervllle during the past week. Get a large jar-not a "family jar;" | science has opeed here with about 3QO: annual, meeting of the stockholders common carrier the lolh\\'tDgrcal in Manon prooerty Flonda situate.to-wit ling tld'
being cou.ity. :
II To dj all such other things! as are incidental
: -1 She went down especially to be preset there have been too many of those j delegates registered Among those of the Ocala Foundry and Machine or conducive the attainment of the objects or Lots three(3) and four ((4) of block tweat!.

1 at the marriage of' her college I i used in the previous way. of cooking, present ;are many men of national and works will be held at the office of the any of them<:a'non'above named aud which done in may connection be conveniently I f eight rtv (40)(28)feet of Old east Survey and west of by Ocala.seventy-two excepting(72)

j ::} friend, Miss Cora. Knight to Mr. Sidney most likely. But get a large jar the ; Intertatoal prominence. The first company in the city of Ocala Fla., on therewith which may be calculated to directly I feet uoith and south in the southwest corner
I of lot three much thereof .
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or so a.
tit indlrt'!Uv enhance thr value or render pro- mav ;
t : (' Herlong. to'r jar of carefulness and gentleness. general 1 vsslrm occurred in the Temple Wednesday, 10th January, 1906, itable, any business or property of the company. I. necessary to satisfy said decr-e and costs.L .
.''' Sing, where former Congressman W DUVAL .
t. t 1 Place your hu!>b.ind in this and stand at 11 o'clock a. m. for the election of ARTICLE III Special Master in Chancery-
Fakes who has been C. F. Bck, in behalf of the governor; ALLBFD & DAVIS
; .f Mr. Slayden I it near the fire of conjugal lov >. Keep officers and transaction of other busi- The amount ot the caoral stock authorized Solicitors for
In Ocala for the past six weeks look- be Mayor P.ehrman ,and President -Crai? by the corporation will be thirty-five:bousand Complainant it t
? but not to
the fire quite hot. so as ness.
divided into thiee Hundred and
I head of Tulane university made Addresses dollars fif'y Above sale has been to .
.: ing after his father! ,property here 'uncomfortable. Above all, let it burn X. W. HARISOX.CIIAS. shares of the par value ut one hundred dollars postponed .
Monday Feb. 5 1906.
of welcome. per share payable in lawful money of the United ,
j: ,i. returned to his' home in Asheville [clearly, and let it burn steadily, not E. THOMAS, Pres. :-l* es. the same to be non-assessable and to be L. W. DUVAL,

the old Untied when the money therelor has been paid Special Master in Chancery. -
, .'r, :.N. C., Friday.. He has put flashing into a scorching blaze at onetime Unconsc'ous' for 25 Days. j i Sec. 1-3-lt; into the- treasury ,

. ... home place into excellent shape and smouldering at another. Cover -
and
i San Antonio, Tex., Dec. 30.-Tibur- ARTICLE IV. ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE OF FINADISCHARGE.
I has leased the same to Mr. Neel. husband with affection and TIMBER LAND ACT JUNE 3 1878.- :
your .
cia Rocha, after being unconscious! 2G .
The term for which tni company shall exist .
garnish him with the spices of pleas- days, opened his eyes at the hospitaland NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION: shall be ninety nine years. .

At the governor's mansion NewYear's and avriety. It will not be amissto la County Judge's Court Marion Count f,
I antry told a tale of assault and attempt ARTICLE V.fJThe Kbrida. la Re Estate of J. i?. Edwards,
t day many called to wish Governor and other United States Land Office, Gainesville.. I
the dish kisses Deceased.
add to to cut out his tongue. The men named business of this corporttion shall be con.
{ ( and Mrs. Dr ward a happy New Fla., Dec. 18, 1905. VOITICB IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
:;;. confections, mixed with a sufficient by him are under arrest, charged with ducted by a president vice president wno shall ..' ALT
f' Year. A family dinner and a drive and also be general manager. secretary and treasurer whom may concern that-on the
', portion of secrecy, prudence and mod- assault to murder. Rocha was found NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN both of which offices ma> be held by the nl day of June A. t>. tyo6, ,

": '$ a bubble party for the children were eration. Just enough of the "sweeties"of unconscious<< a month ago. and his life compliance with the provi- directors s.iinepersonif'deaircd.of whom the aud president by a board of presitdentS fiv. the undersigned will apply tu the Ho .. Joseph -

: { : among the day's pleasures.-Tallahassee sions of the act of Congress of June nee Belljudge of said court. as judge of probate :
life to mate a nice dessert, but not was for days despaired of. His assail secretary and treasurer shall be members for a final discharge: 'at Adramisiratnx of the
Capital. if 3, 1878, entitled'"An act for the sale A11 of sai.t officers of. said corporation shall be estate ot J. F. Edwards deceased and at the .
. .'c, enough to cloy the appetite. Now ants were jealous, heasserts. All are stockholders therein, and all ol said officers ,
of timber lands in the States of California same time I will present to sa'4 c un my finalccounti

shall be elected the stockholders
: jf by at iheir annual
and
husband is rather tough Mexicans ( <>s aaminitlratnx ofs..id estate, aad
your Nevada and Wash- meeting to be held on the fir,t Tues-la,* in
J Mr. D. E. Mclver returned Wednes > Oregon, ask or their app.tKal.D -
hard to manage, just try this methodof March of each year.
tedthtsNov 2S A D.
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J'day noon from Center Hill, where he ington Territory, as extended to all Colin Campbell Wyllie sr sbill be president; igoac 5, Et>WARD5.

1 was called on Tuesday to embalm the cooking him and see what will hap- Are Settling Dspute.: the Public Land States by,act of Aug- Fmile Van Espen shall be vice president and As Administratrix Estate ol J. F. E Iw..rds. de.
.. general manager;: ; Colin \\jllie.. jr., shall be -
\ '... woo died pen. New York, Dec. 30.-A cable dispatch ust 4, 1892, John D. Robertson of secretitryandtreasurerasd with Henry Korts ceased. 12 a 6m .
body of Mr. A. D. Thompson
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and O. T.Greet hall :out tote the first board -----
from Caracas, Venezuela, says Ocala county of Marion. State (or -- --
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: at that place. The remains were shipped directors; allot sai officers to be continued I -
'> ':'f", Florida the Best State in the Union. that the visit of courtesy to President Territory), of Florida has this day filed in office and conduct the business of the corporation NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
: ;11 to New York for burial. until the election and qualification ofth.ir {I
in this office his sworn statementNo.
Castro of Mr. Bax-Ironside, British sucessor at the first t'11'C110.' to be held Department of the Interior Land Office at

! 1 Florida has ten million acres today minister to Venezuela, is resulting in 3G4, for the 'purchase of the East under the provisions rf this artkle.ARTICLE Gainesville. KU., Nor :25, 1905. :
:More important to..Ocala than th. of VI VTOTIJTE HEREBY GIVEN 'tH.UTHE
one-half the Southeast
f for sale that are most admirably a settlement of the dispute with Grea: one-quarter, The highest amount indebtedness or' liabil.H li following named settler haa filed notice of .
canal to Silver
t Panama canal is the adapted to the business.of poultry Britain. Northwest quarter of Southeast qua \ which IbIS corporation shall! at am time his ibtcDtinon to make final proof in support of -

I l: Springs. The accomplishment of that J ter and Northeast quarter of South subject itself shall be thirty-five thousand dollar bU claim and that..aid proof will be made >e>
farming. The climate offers exceptional !>. tore Clerk Grant C"urt at Oc ila, Fla,on &
; will make Ocala a great. inland west quarter of Section No. 5, in ARTICLE VII. .
r.enterprise advantages since here the expense .. January 6. ry4, i
The names of th -bscnbers to theO articles
Stock Brokers Assign. Township No. 18 S. P.ange0.. 20 E.
city. of artificial heating. is not necessary are a" lollowt., and their places of residence is vurJostphSmt SummerieU, Fla.H'i No. s
Boston, Dec. 30.-H. R. Leighton and will offer proof to show that the set optw.site e'cblame., together with the 29463, south"ast quarter of southwest q.a ..
Choate from and food is easily and cheaply land is valuable for its amount ot stock subscnbed for by each. an southwest quarte: of southeast quarter : i
The absence of Chas. A. & Co., stock brokers of this city as- sought more Shares of turn 28, township 17 south, range 23. cart. Iff.

the Tallahassee True Democrat. even grown In connectionwith the business. signed today for the benefit of credi- timberor stone than for agricultural Name. Residence Capital Stock lie name the following witnesses to prove hi*

fpr a brief.period, Is a loss to the entire All this land is equally fit but the. tors. The liabilities are stated to be purposes, and to establish his claimto Colin C Van Wyllie.fcspeu l-ondjn.Pati France England 34shares i slum.Em'Ie ., continuous said land. residence viz: Ik Witt upon Smith.apd ci cultivation Oxford. Fla.of -

newspaper fraternity but is a reliefto cost would vary in proportion to trans $500,000. The rising market is said said land b fore Clerk Circuit court 0 T Green Ocala Florida t share Pack Morer oi Summerfitld Fla Sam Morer' ; .
of suiiracrfieKl Via K, D Morer. of .
the administration which verifies portation facilities-access to trunk to be the general cause of the suspen at Ocala, Fla., on Witness the signature of the subscribing ineorporators ficMla.. autnmer- --

for Monday, the 26th day of Feb, 19C6. i* i WG ROBIN'hOV.
the adage. that it. Is an "ill wind that lines being possible everyacre. $sion. E nIE VAN ESPEX, Register.NOTICE. .
: i He names as witnesses: Three hundred and shares
Since the business is one of the most forty eight
;: blows good to no one I j W. T* Brooks, of Holder, Fla.i COLIV C. WYLUB. JR.. oaeshaie
:
profitable in the country, requiring O T GREEN one. share. -
-wUon. For Election of Judiciary. :i i W. L. Brooks, of Holder Fla.S. S'ate of Florida, _. ? -

A. S. Mann who has done little capital; why is not Florida being Jackson, Miss., Dec. 30-A constitutional P. Potter, of Iverness. Fla. Manon County. /
few I heieby certify that before ne personally appeared In the Circuit Court oi the Fifth Judicial Circuit of I
Is that -
? The
settled only reason _
more, work for the building of good : amendment providing for an S. S. Savage, of Ocala Fla. Cohn C Wylhe jr. and Kmilc Van Florida in and for Marion County. -In Chancery .

:- roads than any dozen men in the know of these advantages and the elective judiciary system, applicableto Any and all persons claiming adversely Ksprn and O. T Green, each of whom are tome Arthur Lewis. Complainant. n, Elizabeth .

j United States, Is a guest at the Ocala knowing few have a, snap.-Times-Un- supreme judges, circuit judges and the above described lands are the well foregoiog known articles as the of person incorporation who subscribed and each to Lewis Defendant-Order Service. ForConslraahe

House. The who builds good on chancellors will be'offered at tne Jan i requested to file their claims in this, of whom acknowledged before me that he IS ORDERED
:';: .<' man signed the said articles of incorporation as one IT THAT THE DEPENDANT
.
; 1 'roads is a benefactor, to his state and uary session of the legislature. j office on or before said :26th day of of the subscribers to said articles and each of she it named. to wit;Elizabeth Lewis oe a>4 :
said subscribing incorporatm#. hereby required to appeat to \be bill of
.specially the Interior portion of It. If you are on the water wagon stayon i February 1906. me that he' had subscribed acknowledgedbefore for the complaint in this cause on or before .

J It-don't jump off and be sure not 4 W. G. ROBINSON, Register. amount capital stock set opposite his name. I Monday, thetfhd v o/fttr&rg, A. D.igut.

Youth Charged with Forgery; > This notice must be published oncea I further certify that I am a dul> commissioned It is further ordered that Apy of this ordel-
.Leitner. Lee came down from Jack- to fall off. / notary public and that my commission at such be .
published once a week for
fight onleCUti.eweeu
Atlanta Dec. 30.-E. C.KJrkpat- week for nine consecutive weeks In
in and does
official force.
is now not
expire until in the Ocala
; wnville and will t K. Banner, a .W
be with the newspaper p
rick a youth, was trretted at the Neal a newspaper published nearest the the 9]it :Kroce ry: during the absence of !Mr. The only thing pious about the in In witness whereof I han hereunto set my This nth. day of Nov. 190$. .
land, and mut also be posted a ,
' s fr&ok corner of Broad and Walton hand and affixed my official. seal this the 2nd (seal) S T. SISTRDKK. .
: org Out in, Texas. Mr. P. H. Jacksonville Metropolis ,is Its daily. etrwt Tburiday morning by police of- conspiculous place in the land office day of December. 1 05, EDWIN SPENCER, Clerk CirCl1itCourt ,f -

: -!korIa, is, also assisting at this gro- scripture; quotations. ?' for the same period. 12-22 T.. Eo BIGGS, Marion County Fla -
'""'"- steeN: on 'the charge of forjery. [lSEAL Notary Public. Complainants Solicitor.b C.Sistruak.B.C -
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.y THE OCALA, BANNER, JANUARY 5, 1906. ,

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". _:. I In', Joe his A Lawrence long Fish. Story career....has..From.as.. not an Texas.oyster infrequently seller -- ==""un"1''4''''''''1''''"tf"""''11''''''''f''4t''1'n,"""n"""",,,,,,,,,,,,,,t,,,,,Z''''ll', '



found small pearls, but this week he ..... ..... .-. ." ,i.,
made'an unusual discovery while pry-

Ing open bivalves for customers, seat- E .

ed at the counter in front of him. ABE '

In a well-rounded oyster shell, with ,..... ." .. THE JAKE
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in outward to IndIcate ", V. > <
nothing '
appearance :
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a phenomenal interior, a live .
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fish was found. There was no oyster

,. and the fish exactly fitted the space

the oyster had evidently once occupied.As '

the oysters had been on ice, the I

t fish was cold and seemingly. lifeless, I TEA P T GRO EI -.Ml

but after being examined for a few Q
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moments it fluttered its tail. Water

was procured and soon it became live- -

ly enough and is still alive.It .

is striking in appearance, anda !I '. ., ',' .
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number of old fishermen as well as C ,

his unable to ; .
customers are classify .
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: It. It has an artistic fin that runs ....... I -
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the end of its taIL Other markingsare .. '. > '. '. ..
also unusual. It is believed to be
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a deep sea species that lives entirely --- :- .....

among the rocks or oyster shells on .....

the bottom of the deep. ---

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Many theories are advanced as to '
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how the fish supplanted the oyster.
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Some believe it was taken.by the oyster -' :

when the fish was much smaller -- -

than now, and that it grew, killed the I 'C'-... .;",. ..-
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oyster and fed upon it, and continued 1 ... .,.'
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to increase in size until .it filled the : -
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entire cavity. Its period of growing ',' -

Was.at an end, for there was no additional .. '': .' -
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space occupy. ---- '
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a' advances the theory' that the oyster --- < --
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ton.-Houston, (Tex.) World. ,., .
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Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Abso- ;

i fault lutely of giving Harmless.The children. medI- _...... ." c j, .::.,>.. C";.,,"'.,........ .
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disastrous than the ... '''.. _
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fectly sate for children to take. It :;-,. I # .' _. .. ':"_ ,.
harmful and for ------ .,,
contains nothing .' _
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coughs, .colds and croup is unsurpassed. '
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For sale by all druggists m ., .' .,''': .
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Leesburg Growing Active and Ambi :


-tious. -- WE WISH YOU ?'l ;

By a vote of 52 to 10 the electors -- I,, .
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tion to raise $8.000'for improvements .. ; ". \ :
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on the city's water front. The im- ..:, ....... .
mediate work and purpose contemplated ;

is the opening of deep and A .' .....
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broad canals, with basins for steam- \
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I ers to turn in, from Lake Harris and .......
Lake Griffin up to the center of the .: : -..

_s ttfwn. At the basins wharves and '" .....

waiting rooms will be built, and the ; :::

-streets leading to the basins will be -,., : ;.
NEW '. .i".s
graded and paved.-Leesburg Com YEAR ,

mercial. t :: --c:

Chamberlain's Cough t Remedy the Best Ill .1 { f} :::

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"In my opinion Chamberlain's Cough :'c: !'.,. ( !
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California.. There is no doubt about HPP'S .. .:-.. .. ,,"', bI
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4 Its being the best. No other'will curea ,:: ,--"$ t"
cold No othej/is .- .c
so quickly so surea ... .. _
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preventive of pneumonia. No other ... '," t:;.- ': ......
-c. Is so pleasant and safe to take. These !1'
are good reasons why it should be :
preferred to any other. The fact is : "
.' that few people are satisfied with any ;\ : ) ; :
other after having once used this rem l. j

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'jy A Pensacola Mystery. ....... "' :" .''' ......

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But a few times in the history of ..... f.
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this old city has there been so much H

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seemingly impenetrateable mystery '
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f surrounding one affair at onetime
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F. as has suddenly come over the / .
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big ten-cent store on Palafox street. :' Ft

Who robbed the safe? Who set fire :. \ : :

to the store? and where is the mana- .. .. ; r : : ,f j

ger, air Nixon? These and other .
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queries have put hundreds of peopleto "i--" o.i f -. .. rt

guessin Band some of them are

guessing with intense earnestness.Fensacola .-

; News. .

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g Stomach Troubles and Constipation. -. ,
"Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver .
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Tablets are the best thing for stomach ,: :;>,-'. < .
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troubles and constipation I have ever ;,f. ;o er
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cold" says J. R. Cullman, a druggist .:;-. .. 1."r., ;
of Potterville, Mich. They are easy t o = : '--' ---
take and always give satisfaction. I t : m.
tell my customers to try them and if < .. : .'
fefr not satisfactory to come back and get :: i J $ ; '. .'. CI
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their money, but have, never had acomplaint.
." For sale by all drug ..t, : ,<
gists. m = CI
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no flowers on the opening day of con -

; gress does not indicate that the people :, ... '. '. .. .. .,. :. ,;.. ,]
have forgotten him A contemporary :: : !jj"".. ........ :;'7:J

r = calls attention the rules of the sen = > ". :, -

: ate which prohibits the throwing of "

t :; ancient eggs and things.-Tallahassee '... ,,.'. '... .," ... ---...
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ever looked like a goddess in a dressIng -d
-- gaque." Can't see anything in .
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The whole architecture of nature is G> :: If

the result of porelation and unity. O .

.. The Individuality of all things is seen e>E TPOT GROCERY _-__ IT
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TWO SPLLNDID SERMONS. THE VEGETABLE WIZARD. THE DIGNITARIES CAME FIRST.Cassini I CANAL COMMISSION MEETS.
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I H. ROBINSOX, Fres. J. 1;. BOOZER, At>st.G Mg .
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hodi... t Congregation is Treated tot As Big a Benefactor as Edison-Has and Takahira Missing-Norway Chief Engineer Stevens Called on for S. H. BUTCH, Mgr. .:J.BUTCH.Telttr.

Eloquent Discourses Evolved Many New Vegetables.In Makes Her Appearance. Opinion.
S
iflt t Sunday was the beginning of .
Washington, Jan. 1.-New Ye r's -, <
'new conference year in the Bar- the Country Calendar writer
a
Washington, Jan. 1.-The Isthmian '
r. Day was observed at the White House
Methodist church. Eev. J. B. Mit- ..
gives some of the exploits of Mr. Luther today with all the traditional brilliance I I Canal commission held a short session
Jll bait succeeded himself as pastor '

r ihe ciming year and he seemed to Burbank. the great California plant I I of the President's receptian. i here today it; being the regular quarterly COMMERCIAL; BANK .:

breeder. Says he: Crisp, sunshiny weather brought out : :
&3 tbe importance of beginning the meeting. .
"For 3;; years Mr. Burbank has been crowds, and by actual count 9.052 people .
ear "strong. ITence he delivered two Chief Engineer Stevens, who came '
at work creating new forms of plant shook the President's hand. Last OCALA, I La. 'J
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of the '
most
eloquent sermons that
life and improving old ones. In that year 7,11:: were receded. Mrs. Roosevelt Washington to present his views to '.
have WJH Hstf-ned to In, this city for
time he has created ,by breeding and remained until the end of the re- the commission on the type of canal ,
a' Jong t'me. I ,
9 selection more than 2,500 distinct species ception. A feature of the public recep- that should be constructed, met the .
If.His subjects were well chosen, and : : ,"
of plants. Some of his creations tion was the large number of children -
Jn i commission: and by a resolution was .,
; frs discourse
morning urged
are the Primus berry, a plant unknown who passed the receiving line. Avoid risk of Itolbcj t,. Fire and the Necessit" of : ,: :,
rom his people the importance of requested to submit any project:
before, made by the union of a Miss Roosevelt and Mr. Longworth Bookkeeping by intrusting your business to us. .<
therl' love. beseeching them, If
which he have for the excavation
I : blackberry and a raspberry, whkh un- mingled with the guests in the east may ,
they had any malice one tQ another
ion scientific men said was impossible room :Miss Roosevelt wore a gown of removal and final disposition of the ::
to let It pass o.ut wtih the old 1
year. ; also the white blackberry, very !I slate blue chiffon o\er pmk silk, cut excavated material to be taken out ..
His words were Impressive and had a "INTEREST OX .
beautiful, with delicate flavor the low. She also wore a diamond neck- '
a ; of Culebra cut for a canalith a SAFETY DEPOSIT I ITIME DEPOSITS :, 7I
telUng eIct.
phenomenal berry a sImilar creation, lace and pendant antI a huge bunchof summit of eighty-five feet above low I -- ---- -- _
The evening service was equally as
is a cross: bet\\een a raspberry and the or.chids. tide, and also to inform the commis- .
good though on" a different line. The t
..* California dewberry, having the colorof Mrs. Roosevelt wore a gown of pale sion whether or not he has worked
music ot both occasions was fine as 3'
,
a raspberry, with the shape of a blue chiffon. built over white silk. out or has a project 'for a sea leveL ee 0e eOeOee&Q e00 gee8C..
usuaL Bartow Courier-Informant.
\ blackberry, but larger than either, far The bell skirt was trimmed with rows Among other business transacted was
Mr, ,Muchell attended the conferencein 8 We keep a full stok of I .. .J
more productive and with a flavor sur- of ruffles which fell from the shirred the approval of the experiment pro-
Ocala and preached a semon which t ? t
passing both; the plumcot, result of girdle. The waist was trimmed with posed for securing labor from the Lc1y Id Joe !
regarded so fine by those who "
was the union between a plum and an apricot white lace, and her only ornaments north of Spain.BINGHAM {
heard it a prophesy was ni-.de Th :. .. r'
that carried e Old Harevst .
of rare flavor and richness again were a few diamonds. She a I :
It would not be before '
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that many years disproving the dictum of the scien- bouquet of roses and lilies of the val | TALKS TO POLICE. c-
this ; preacher would be regarded I Old I <
young
McBrayer ;
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fit to"make bishop .
fcs timber; a
flavor of a Bartlett pear; a walnut so President Enters. Throws Them on Their Honor, and o Mark Rogers ,;
of.
thin of shell that the birds could pick Shortly before 11 o'clock the. President [ Drops System of Espionage 0 :

through it, afterward bred backward and Mrs. Roosevelt preceded by -
Florida Attractions.Mr. 1 Old Charter
along the path it had come, until a the military and naval aides to the :New York, Jan. 1.-Mayor George B. 0 e -. .

shell of the required thickness was se President and the several White House MeCIellan bega ntoday his second i ;"- ., ,
G. Herb Palin has writen for the I %. Mt. Vernon g -
in full dress des- ,,, ,
cured. ladies all special ,
term as Mayor this time of four years.A ;( -' .
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Courier-Informant, of Bartow, Fla, .
He has produced a new' thornless cended the marble stairway leading number of new heads of departments o S -
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an article succinctly setting forth the
castus, a combination of many other from the second floor. Entering the were sworn in, including Gen- .. Cascade and -'..... ,
magnificent opportunities of Florida .
I varieties, which bears a fruit, too, for blue rooia, they took up their positionto eral Theodore A. Bingham the new
I homeseeker whether he desires -
for the o 'S. S .
man and beast, and which will redeem the right of the door leading from Police Commissioner.After Other
make living in the fisheries High
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the waste places of the earth. the red room. The first to wish thema they had taken their oaths, g ,

Jn agriculture or in manufacturing, "These are a fevi' of the marvelousthings bavpy new year were the'Vke-PTesi- Mayor McCfeHan called them, and told .

dustries. He says to the prospective he has done." dent and Mrs. Fairbanks, who passed them his ambition is to give the citya Grade Whiskey, I 'S "

homes *ker: What a magnificent benefactor of behind the receiving line, and stoodto
clean, efficient and honest government -
wYou wish to fill the soil and have o .
his race is Mr. Luther Burbank. the right of Mrs. Roosevelt Next He alluded to his present officeas i ;
at once to invest; come to o An Uuexpected Visitor. .
no capital
And there are endless opportunitiesbefore came 'Secretary and Mrs. Root, and the "the last public office, which, in all [iJ.TiijLjII 5
Florida. A few; days work will give members of the Cabinet eIay be an old friend or a .
such a creator of new fruits remaining probility, :I shall ever fill," and said:

you what you need. To him who has and food products, because it Is mostly who went behind, the receiving ttne. If at the end of six: years' service as o new business acquaintance. i.. (1-:' -
capital and wishes to invest it profi- Be ready for him with a -. ,
an unworked field, and every new Mayor I can retire into private life L' ...
tably. 'The land of flowers' is being Governor '@, case of assorted whiskies, -
plant he propagates is essentially a Like George Washington conscious that the city has advancedin '

rapidly developed and her industries new creation. Brov\srJ Ctnnsi Tell! a Lie. v good government and in civic right- ? rye burbon Scotch, Irish--- ; J ) ..- ,, ', \

will give you what you desire. To the c brandies, wines, etc. 'We"
It has been a long time ago, butI I I eousness, that municipal standards

profesional man come also. The professions can recollect when people had to That usually fair and just paper, the have been raised, and that I leave. New OJ will pot you up a dozen or ) y xci e :.

are not crowded here. and educate themselves to" eat tomatoes. Live Oak --Democrat in a recent issue York even a little better thanI found e more quart bottles to meet f / svte .,

those who practice them are prospe said: just such emergencies and J S _
When tomato vines grew on the outside her, I may feel that six years of hard % / &\ S S ,
rous. To him who is sick and brokenin it was said that hogs would not ",re have lot ben! abe! to n.ake up work has not been in vain." you'll not "go broke"P, S :
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health, the warm winters and cool eat the fruit Just think of what has our mind that in Governor Broward I (9 either, paying for the good j .

summers, the bright skies; and glorious been accomplished the cultivation widely quoted words:: that cet thin Death of J. R. Godson. e goods we supply. 4 I j 0 S

, climate of Florida will cause you to regain of the tomato! newspaiers are selling their editorialsfor o Ai4'i/- : 5'

what you have lost, and more. To I A more popular garden vegetable it so r.ilsb.an. inch he had referenceto Mr. J. R. Godson died Friday nightat C rR. nxl I JOC0LA I *

.him who is wealthy and seeks the is impossible to fiiid, and there are any reputable journal in Fl'->riUb. his home in Miami, where he had ::0 S

|pleasure of life, come also. The please scores of varieties and every year When he said these words the Governor -'i been living for the past six months S

grounds of this state are famous attem.ill t.) jusMfy ti.f in *- HOUSE WINE ROOMSLANDS.
brings forward a superior new one. A was having gone to that city from Ocala 13 :
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tIe world over. Magnificent hotels' table without tomatoes In summer lives and methods of the board of pardons | on account of his health. He was thir- S-

live you, classic scenery will delight speaks loudly of the laziness of Inefficiency and as he didn't call names and 1 ty-four years of age and had been a 000 OQ 0eSQGE>>at 9f)0 0 mGeH. '

4 your senses quaint legends ofOld : of the owner thereof. Just consequently in"ure\J: n j risk l it was a sufferer from tuberculosis for several

[ Castile' will Interest: you, and you remember, If you please what an article cheap and easy way to lift that much years. The funeral took place Satur-

Ul be benefitted by the expei ience. of commerce the tomato furnishes Ivf the burden of pu){ ic condemnationfrom day afternoon from the Catholic I' :

, l' come to Florida. Fine schools andolleges in fresh fruit and later the canned the board of pardons. The gov church at Miami antI was conductedby .

are here the work fur all that product! ernor's rakle&s char, e i> .-i-muit '0 Father Wagner.Mr. If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent, .: : S

ant It and pleasant environments alle When Mr. Burbank's history i is writ- no consideration for it is supported by Godson leaves two sisters, Mrs. I or if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing, S ';.':

while" ten he will rank along with Thomas no testimony aol w luvj no rus','> Spaulding and "IissIabel ,Godson I lumber :
turpentining or purposes, .;
Edison who has made such unexampled to believe that there is a trace of with'whom he lived and a number of .-

Rev. Frank Johnson. progress on other lines of Irivention. truth in itThe board of pardons has I other relatives and friends to mourn Write to S :

? Rev. Frank Johnson a Baptist The United States may well been criticised because honest newspaper I his death. '
BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO 1':32
the Baptist ,
preacher had charge of glory In the fame of these two great men concerned for the cause of While in Ocala the deceased workedfor

- -' hurch in Ocala during the civil war. minds.Mrs. AV. II. Felton in Atlanta law and order in .?h ila and inc pua- the H. B. Masters firm and his OCALA, FLORIDA. !(

, hand his fame still: abides here although Journal. ishment vf crime, believed that boaidwas death was learned of with regret In I '

:he has ng since been gathered to his not pursuing the right policy In this city. r < .,-'"SS :.
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- fathers MINERS WILL INVESTIGATE so often obstrurthiJT Ui6 i;,urs'e "f jU3-' -' ,

:' He wus remarkable for his quaintness I tice by extending clemency to convicted Retail Merchants Convention.The I /'

: : an i brilliant originality. Will Inquire Into Assassination of Ex- criminals. Tht is all Hi,'re u> *j it" I

:.;. -.,?. Writing reminiscences. of,him in the Governor Steunenb r The Herald is really surprised to eighth annual convention of the I '

: SouthernVitnw. Rev. J. \V. Perry, of read such an expression in a pacer Florida retail merchants associationwill I

.,\: :South Carolina, among other things Denver CoL Jan. 1.-"An Inquiry of sueh standing. The Democrat can be held in Jacksonville JanuaryS r ?* f
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.J says this of him: Into the assassination of former Governor hardly Lean to seriously say that Governor and 10. The railroads have granted )"c : ", S:5 ; \i'XS :';

:i '' When the nfederacy went to Eteunenberg of Idaho will be E.oward. of Florida, has at any a special rate of one and (onethirdfare ;- ; 1, S : ,.

pieces Cm Ju >. C. Btetkinridge fled i conducted by the Western Federation time be n guilty of such conduct as for the round trip to all, attend- 'S : /f-5 t4-e ,

from the ent'IUY'for the West Indies, I President Charles II. would i. ake it necessary for his wordto ing this convention but cE'rtificates.
of Mineis. said :
.. and in Us flight he passed through "in be supported by other testimony. must be obtained from railpiad agentsat
i Moytr of that organization today,
; Marion county and spent a night with If Governor Broward has ever been the starting point. There are a
member _
order to ascertain whether a 1.
Gen.V Jus B. On'ens. a Baptist minister '"- of our organization commited the convicted of fabricating, the Democrat number of special features being planned ,>-
'n'\'l-
.r and t>ne of th' signers of the ( crime. :\0 one is more sorry for Its I II should hasten to state to the public that will be of great interest to

ftitutlnn' of the Confederate states. I perpetration than the officers of the I ,hen and how. There is no more honorable all retail merchants. .

: That nitrht in the course of their con federation." upright man in Florida than The ninth has been set aside!' by the ..,

,versation. Gen. Breckinridge said toGen. Governor Broward. He is serious In managers of the Pure Food and Industrial -
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"1 fell In with the most and, actions and ; _; -' ,
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p Owens. Hurting the Educational Interests.A al of his statements association as retail grocers : -. -

remarkable man I ever saw this af- certain element in Lake City, or I therefore it seems to the Herald thatit day and a special entertainment is be- .

ternoon." lie then went on to describe behind that city, now threaten to go is a gross injustice to him for any ing planned for the retailers on that

the man and his marvelous conversation Court paper of reputable standing to make occasion. ,
to the United States Supreme
: they rode along, and how that contained ',<
as such a statement as ..
the university .
with their fight against -
:Mr. Johnson had pointed out the causes removal question. The Buckman bill in the DemocratThe The Parcels Post. -

of failure and the course that would Herald is no special supporterof
court
has been tested in the supreme
: nave led to the suciesof the Southern be the board: of pardons, but when it "Don't apologize or let up on the
of our own state and found to constitutional -
caus-e. ( ..n. Owens remarked finds anything in the conduct of that Parcels Post a single bit. Give us
which of course means the .
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WEEK
< FOUR SAILINGS EACH .
,"That !* Frank Johnson a Baptist board which needs criticism, we shall one, two or more pages weekly until '
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: Citow
the for Lake
loss of case ,
'minister." \Vell.," said Breckinridge. takento be fair enough not to criticise the personnel we get it. Stitka pin, yes: two pins, BETWEENJACKSONVILLE 'S
will be
the
it is stated that case
;"he ought to have been in the coun- the United States Supreme Court, I of the board !but '.> tt t .': the in our congressmen (one for me) and AND HEW YORK :

Clla of the Confederacy." law which Is totally responsible. If let every subscriber do likewise. S .
showing that the element behind this Calling at Charleston, S. 0., both ways. -
the law not guilty, there would Read "Pigs is Pigs, 'in 'September .:
were ,
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Oft affair is determined to make every TE2: FmZST ST2AHSEITS! W THE CQASTffISS 5257132. -
Christmas in a Florida Printing : be no cause for complaint The fact number of: Leslie's. If it w re not so

fi Ice. move possible to of hurt the state the if educational there that the board of pardons dischargesits \rag you could publish it as a con- THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES. ,,-.',
interests
J As shown by its dates on Tuesday I duty as allowed by law Is no reason '. inued story. DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN :.

;The Tampa Times had a perfectly glorious is- a bare possibility of a local gain why the board should be attacked, for ; Read "Politics In New Zealand" (23c;) Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, '
spiiit in
shown
coming from it. The and all Eastern Points.
.; ', Christmas. Of Its eight' dates, is to be deplored and regretted : I the law Is responsible for whatever I paper) and you'll see "Uncle Sam" is \all.ng a' Crlelon Both Ways

One Is upside down. while the rest: this fight I is done. 100 years behind tiine--'raekE'r. in SEMI:: : \\ EEKLY .tIL1Xi. S _

,read\ "Monday, Dec. :$th." But why it being shameful that a community to the acts of the Florida Agriculturist Sth".....::........................... ............ .............................. Pros Lewif War!, Bostca; ;'z-;..

should'nt editors and printers enjoy cannot turn its efforts Into a their opposition :: =o:1 .........,...................... .:...:.:.:.:: .._Froa foot Caiherias.. Street, jKl-oaiffl :
board should not loose sight of the i iI

i the festal occaslo nthe same as other. better simply channel: because than; in it trying has lost to teardown out I fact nor make shortcomings of the i Mr. J. E. Adams manager of the GLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LIRE <

folks.-Punta Gorda Herald. law the medium through which individuals Wilson ;roe on south Lake Weiwa: -
in a fair fight Tampa Herald. Between Jacksonville and Sanford .:.
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attacked in Ocala Xew Year's day all'l said ':
be
can or an excuse Suphg at Palatka, Asisr, St. fra.=:is, Seresferi ( SeLasi ) a:! hieise&tlLandings
: English as She are Writ. A Pretty But True Description of a for saying such things about the gav- that he had not yet finished" shippingthe ca Si. Joiss Sirer. ,

; "If Governor Broward * Florida Girl. ernor as that expressed by the Demo: i-p of crauges That tlw-y are Steamers City of Jacksonville and Fre'J'k De Barry "

of building a faction Ins and luscious and
a 'e i desirous up ail UJtiful, bright
I' are appointed to Sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville daily. except Saturdays 1'30 inn :'
1 county," says the Volusia county Figure it out on a rose leaf and crat.The Herald can hardly believe that in-ir 'n er feels well ren'l for the ketunnn leave Sanford. I\a.h eiccptmndaT*al o-y a. m.PASSSS3S3 "

k'ord i "he has made deplorable be- write with the brew of a lily that no- the Democrat really meant what it has lui 1 ..r int care bestowel' uj.n hisjjrovo. Soutb.Boun.1 I SCHEDULE NortbBoua4Reali :

Inning What is we to think of where under the great blue dome Is said about Governor Broward, for to DoD 1 I I Reali upI

'ueh talk as that from a paper printed -.' -
there a creature half so pretty as a take the article In its true meaning, ---I
Record ........._._ JackSODltllle __._ tTTiVe :2 00 L JJI ..,
ext door to a university? The I Mr. William P. Edwards and Mr. J. Leave 3 jl) p m.\\..._.... ----
Florida woman. She Is prettier than one is to believe that the Democrat Ii 4S p. 111.......____ _..... Pahlka __ __.- Leave 100 Po DI
are reckless Indeed.-Punta Gorda shadow IIf a will not take a direct statement from L. Sraoak were out fox hunting New .. 3 00 a. m.L............_..__.__ Astor .__- 3 ) po III ,
an evening star in the : ". 430 a. m.: .....________St. Francis .....__ -_, --,. .". :I 00 p. in ',.;
summer sunset. more inspiring than a the governor without it is supportedby Year's morning and besides capturingtwo :.._ ___ Beresford ( DeLand ) .__ I oe p- lit S
ild I Arrive 830 a. m .________. Sanford __,__ --"I" 9 30 L m.
Jtie Ocala Banner wants to know if thousand songs, and as bewitching as other e\Idence. The Herald does of Mr. Gist's fine sheep. The .. 1000 .L 154 j.___ __ _Enlprprise....... .. ..... ._..' 1000 .. 1'1GE

: ar will succeed himself. Why notalt I. a fawn tangled In the veins of a wilderness I not believe that there Is a paper or a two and :Mr. Gists's fine sheep. The 11L ASP TI3SST: : Oi'n:::, 133 SST BA7 Sr.> JZVILLJ

until after the holidays? It would of roses. She's our hope, our man in the state who can point to a sheep were very fat and were butchered P !of. IRONMONGER JK., AsVt Genl Pass. Agent, m Wast Bay St.,Jacksonville Fta.t .

; romance our vine ,our fig tree-the I private or official act of Gov. Brow- : and brought to the market. where t W.G.COOPER.Ja- Freight Agent. C. P.LOVELL. Superintendent,
so nice to let all of these political t Foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville, Fla.
light which enables us to see millions anl's which would indicate that he has they were sold. Mr. Gift will of course AC. HAGERTY Gen'l East'o Pass.Agt.,New York. CLYDE MII. F..GenT Fr't.Agt,N. Y.
alone themQ
lestiona absolutely during i of. miles beyond the North Star.-Tam- I ever been untruthful and therefore no be paid for the sheep, which were accidentally THEO G. EGER WM. P. CLYDE & CO..'
1 &l merriment and good cheer.mnpa .- J I General Maaager, General Aga.
Tribune. ,pa. Tribune. ,| one can justly accuse him.-Tampa killed., I Cbesebroagb BoiUUng,'19 State SS Sheet,:New York


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'.: BERLIN PUTTINGS.Bpteial IN BUSY HELD AND GARDEN: 'I Major General Fleming Assumes Com- .

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mand and Issues Orders.

'r": : Correspondence Ocala Banner: Horida People Gathering and Shipping Special Sale ofIMEN'

After a silence for some time may Fruit and Vegetables-Prices Re The following orders have been Issued -

I ask in valuable ? numerative.
space your paper J
by Gen. Francis P. Fleming the

X-maa has come and gone; with a ,
newly appointed. major general
commanding
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Jew exceptions turkey and cranberry Wofford Bros., of Hallendale, are ::2';<
the Florida Division, Confed-

....ee adorned each table shipping e/rl yUmitoes to northern erate Veterans: AND LADIEs'cr '

Several farmers are through plowing markets. Headquarters Florida Division, .

,: te eats, and are making preparations Orange shippers can draw a long Union Confederate _
Veterans, ,
ifr a large acreage. breath now ,that the rush of the holi-
Jacksonville, Fla.. Dec. :28! 1905.
Mr. E. H. Martin our efficient teacher day shipping Is over.
t General Orders, No. 56;
la attending the teachers' asocia- The crop of an acre grove of tan-
I-In assuming command of the Florida -
tfo* at Miami and ,was booked for, apeech. gerines, near O,land>, was sold this SWEATERSt/
Division, United Confederate Vet-
It was no doubt interesting season on the tree for 1.750 UNDERWEAR AND
erans, the major general commanding
aid instructive. Miss Bessie Rimes, More than two '*clid traial.>ads of .
announces that division he :.dquarters
G ; .at of the best primary teachers in oranges are leaving the Charlotte L
"'il; be at Jacksonville, I la. tf :
the state, is spending her holidays in Harbor division of the Atlantic Coast I _
II-Comrade Robert J. Magill is I 1: = ,
Bishnell and Tampa with friends and Line daily. I
hereby appointed adjutant general and .
relatives, and two young men are anxiously The past season is said to have been i When for this '-
chief of staff of the Florida Division, our buyer was in New York purchasing goods
t V. awaiting her return. exceptionally favorable for citrus trees
United Confederate Veterans He will '
Misses Reggie and Winifred Mc- and many young orchards are bearing '
be respected and obeyed a according- winter he and cold :tone
Cully have returned from a pleasanttrip very heavily now. .I ly. thought we were going to have a long severe,

to Oakland and Anthony. The Miami Evening Record is auth-
III-The major general commanding
:S. V S. J. McCully has returned from a ority for the statement that there is a Consequently shelves and loaded with
desires to express his appreciation of our counters are yet .
business trip to Tallahassee. banana plantation, which Is produc-
the valuable and faithfu lservices of
Hardy Pawls is spending several ing heavy crops near Hallendale.
Col. Fred L. Robertson, who has filled
days at Fort Reed and Sanford with Orange Glade Is a new settlement in
the office of adjutant general from ae
kit best girL Dade county that Is coming forward Underwear and Sweaters.
/ the time of the organization of the division -
lir Herbert Stephens, an engineer rapidly. There are a great many small
to the present. .
.a a government boat with headquarters fruit and vegetable farms in that vi- J
IV-All records and property of the }
at Tampa, is spending a few days cinity.It -T

here with' his brother. is estimated that nearly 300,000 over division to CoL headquarters Robert J. JIagrill will be, adjutant turned eginning Saturday Jan. 6 and continuing for ten days, these goods |
' ,
Mr. Ernest Rawls cashier for the boxes of oranges will leave Bartow,
general.
Bell telephone company in Pensacola, Homeland and Fort Meade ere the will be sold 3
-The office of commander of the at cost. '
with his in
epent.X-mas grandparents season is over. I -
Second Brigade. Florida Division U.
: this vicinity. J. S. Frederick of Orange Ridge hasa
C. V., having become vacant by promotion -
I Mr. R. W. Erwin principal of the young grapefruit grove that attracts .
each camp of the Second,Brigade i I
Green Cove Springs school, with his much attention.A is requested to forward to di* THE PRICES TELL THE BALANCE. 1 'i

wife spent a few days here last week. Titusville grove produced oranges ;
vision headquarters its choice of a
Mrs. C C. Hall of Plant City, spent last which sold f-r $2,700. The
year Men's
comrade to fill such vacancy. ,Camel Hair Shirts or DrawLadies Heavy Ribbed Union Suits, Men's Black Ribbed Sox, worth tOe,
X-mas week with her parents, Mr. and consisted of less. than eighteenacres. |
- grove VI-The major general commandingasks ers, worth 25 cents, sale price. .21c I worth 50c, Sale Price .. .. 24c I Sale Pice .. .. .5? .. .. .7c
i, Mrs. J. T.,:: Phillips. It is owned by T. L. Brady.In :

Mrs. W. W. McCully returned homer Dade county, particularly the our comrades throughout the Men's Fleece Lined Shirts or Drawers I Men's Cotton Honey 'Comb SweatMen's I Extra Heavy Grey Sox, worth -,::
state to lend him their sustaining aid

{Sunday after spending a few days southern portion there wIll be a very whichhe I worth 50 cents, sa'e price. .39c ers, worth 65c, Sale Price ... .39cMen's lOc, Safe Price .. .. .. .. .. ..7eMen's .
in the discharge of the duties
very pleasantly with relatives at large crop of early tomatoes. Some I II (
I
has assumed and in all respects use Heavy Ribbed Shirts 'F
Mixed
Erinston and Micanopy. 'shipments are already going forward. or Honey Comb SweatMen's Fancy Embroidered Black

Messrs.' Walter Brown and Lonnie Early eggplant is also extensively raised their best efforts to promote the objects Drawers, worth 50c, Sale Price..42c ers, worth $1.50, Sale Price ... .. 86c Sox, worth 25c, Sale Price . .13c ::: Its

of our association.By -::
Beck spent last Thursday in our burg 8i
Men's
there.It All
Wool Shirts
command ofFRANCIS i. or DrawMen's Mixed Fancy Honey Comb Ladies Black Ribbed Hose, worth

shooting quail, and visiting some of is said that a man, name not given P. FLEMING, ers, worth $1.25, Sale Price .. .75c Sweaters, worth $2.CO Sale Price$1.19 10c, Sale Price . ...... . 7s :'y
the fair sex. is to visit the orange growing sections "

Messrs. Erwin, Phillips and McCully of Florida, where the white fly Major General Commanding.The Boy's Fleece Lined Shirts or DrawMen's Fancy All Wool 1 Sweaters, j Ladies Fancy Embroidered Black .

went, out Thursday and Friday and is located and completely destroy them Avocado Pear. ers, worth 25c: Sale Price . 19c worth $230 Sale Price . .$1.74 I Hose, worth 25c, Sale Price .. .13 ,\

:A killed all the quail the law allowed with a diabolical solution he has in- ., (

1 them. If they hadn't been limited Ladies Heavy Ribbed Vests or Men's All Wool Athletic Sweaters, Ladies Black Ribbed Hose, worth

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been cultivated and produced from I ;
all their neighbors with birds. 'encouraged not only because of the ... he
chance seedling trees producing fruit
Mr. and MiL Vernon Potts have : high prices that their produces are -
vdoingpy: much in fillltsize: and EVERY ITEM MENTIONED ABOVE IS FULLY r- < {
\ I GUARANTEED.
MONEY t
Moved to Sumpter Brooks' 'place. Mr. bringing, but the, condition of their :

Pctts will try farming this year. fields gives promise of a most excellent quality, but under these unfavorable CHEERFULLY REFUNDED FOR ANY ARTICLE NOT ENTIRELY ;

conditions the nourishing food properties .
The. party at Mr. and Mrs. J. L.lr1ith's of fruit. SATISFACTORY.Sale ,
crop and the delicious rich butter "If
was well attended'last- The losses by the truckers last sum-
nut flavor of the better varieties has
day night'and one and all had a mer have not discouraged the farmersto :
won for this fruit an important placein
pleasant time. Mr. and Mrs. Smith the extent of abandoning trucking Begins
it has SATURDAY JON 6 oqd Will Last Ten
I proved themselves charming host and but there will be a greater diversification American markets. wherever Only Days.STOE1.

been introduced.By .
hasfess, and won for themselves a next season. I
I the discovery 'f a method to bud
V
warm spot ,ln each one's heart who The acreage of pines will not be diminished ,
the Avocado tree by Mr. Geo. B. Cel-
was fortunate enough to be there. although some old fields
lon, of )Miami Fla., the planting of VARIETY
lir. Lum Luffman. of Oak, spent which have ,outlived their usefulness
best varieties into commercial or-
Saturday and Sunday in Berlin. There have been abandoned. The acreage of I
chards, is fast extending over the
.seems to be quite an attraction over the new fields planted this bummer ,
__ southern part, of Dade county.Mr. .
here for him: will more than overbalance those that '
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}S.V : George B. Cellon has been shipping -. -- --------- _.t- '
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We have been reliably informed that have been abandoned. -- -- -'In
the fruit: from this "Tropical Mr. Sampson's Beautiful -4< '
: Residence Is
the wedding bells will ring out in the of and 'j-
The large crops oranges Grove" orchard near Miami of the Burned. A BIG CUT INMILLINERY: "1:

Bear future in Berlin. Agreeable to grapefruit about AHamonte is moving
variety, filling an order last
promise I can't give the interested parties' very slowly on account of the scarcity Trapp
week from a Philadelphia dealer at News was received in this city Tues-
name just now. o( pickers and packers. The fruit is !II
-V six dollars dozen f. o. b. The mar-
- per day of the
burning of the beautiful
S Mr. O. Q. Sellers returned home no.v in fine condition, and when it
of this variety extends from
from Aplin, Ga.. Friday, where he reaches the northern markets it will ket season residence of Mr. Frank G. Sampson in
October to January, which is a marked t I
pent the holidays with his parents.I be a credit to the growers. the northern part of jthis county near BEGNNING i
to kind of
wish all the readers of the Ocala advantage superior any
St Paul business men have organ-
in Budded Boardman on l\-Iondp'. Next to the
fruit single variety.
a ;
:Banner a happy and prosperous new ized the Minnesota Co-Operative ] j tore
year. trees are produced with difficulty and "Mansion" at Citra the former homeof MONDAY JAUNARY 8,1906
Plantation Co., which owns 320 acres ,
therefore expensive but the orchard ,
Calliopcan. near Viking. They are already at ire; Mr. James A. Harris, Mr. Sampson's up
area in this fruit is being extended And lasting throughout the entire
{ work setting out trees and eventually residencevas the finest one in the week. All trimmed hats at greatly re.I -
COTTON PLANT ITEMS. as fast as budded trees of good I duced prices. Cheap, medium and
.R expect to have a pineapple grove of county. It'was splendidly built and high priced hats, below cost at ,
I variety can be produced, this, with the

Special Correspondence Ocala Banner: .. more than a hundred acres. They will limited territory that it can be grownin the architectural design was exceedingly 'I f
devote twenty to thirty acres to or- Miss a
I handsome. It cost twenty-five Mary Affleck'sIN
the
Cotton Plant boasts of having the for American markets, forecasts '
a shipping eaily tomatoes to northern
prettiest country church and best I| possibilities of great profit to southern thousand dollars when building ma- I t

I anges. terial was very much cheaper than it
Miami News.
kept church yard in the county. Dade county growers.
Sixty acres will be planted to potatoes is now and the furnishings were in
Mr I*. I. Freyermuth -moving tote
.:
: at Hastings, by Dr. Durkee. The keeping with the elegant home. The
t. residence of the late J. Monroe Cured Lumbago.A. Helvenston-Pasteur
Hastings potato acreage will be fullyas B. Canman Chicago writes Mr. Sampson carried an insurance Company's Store. 9
Smith which Rev. 1'. M. Weir is .
vacating :March 4, 1903. "Having been troubled -
large as last season and some peo- _
of $10,000 with Mr.
times G. S. Scott in this
with lumbago 'at different
to to the
move at
Mart el. parsonage ple claim it will be increased consid- and tried one physician after another city. \\'e were unable to learn whether Now is the time to get a new hat t o finish out the season with. Don't i

erably. There will be a great increasein then different ointments and liniments forget the tim
or not he was insured with e ana place.
e ,5 Mr. J. D. Williams is buying all our gave it up altogether. So I tried once any
the cabbage at that point this
crop more ,and got a bottle of Ball :'d's other company.Ir.. Sampson's
fat cattle and hogs for the Dunnellun
reason. Hastings land is said to be I Snow Liniment, which gave 011'.1 st friends regret very much the dreadful
market instant relief. I can cht't'l fully: lec-
A unusually well adapted for this crop. E. C. =
that Smith.
overtook him
catastrophe on the
ummend it. and will add name to
my
Mr. Xewcomb Barco is still grinding V. Roberts i
Alex Hallstrom, at one time gardener your list of sufferers" New Year. 4

4i : cane and is making an excellent art! for James J. Hill, the Minneapolis Sold by all druggists. m ,. SMITH & ROBERTS.C.

cle'of syrup. lie plants largely of the
t railroad magnate has a hundred acres I
t New Officers of Talula Lodje I. 0. Imperfect Digestion. /
, Japanese variety, with which he Is
at Viking in Saint Lucie county, Means less nutrition and in consequence Funeral ODd
very much pleased.We 0. F. less vitality. When the liver Directors Licensed EmbaIn
;
which he is setting out in pineapples r fails to secrete bile the blood becomes )ers -
are much interested in the court -
and oranges. Other northern people loaded with bilious properties, LATEST METHODS. BEST GO (DS. WORK GUARANTEED. :$ K
?_ house which we say build by all means At a regular meeting of Talaula the digestion becomes impaired and Telegraph orders receive
I who have recently settled here are Major prompt atte ntion, and rt
4r also in next senatorial candidate, Lodge L O. O. F. held at their halls the bowels constipated. Herbine will I on short notice. embalming done anywhere :F
Daniels, who has a large field of rectify this; it Drives tone to the stomach I r
who hould be from Marion county, we Tuesday night the following officers
: liver \
an dkidneys strengthens the
V bearing pineapples, also oranges. A. 1'i
pay four times the taxes and have I were installed for the ensuing year: appetite clears and improves the complexion wii
Erichsen Chas. Gibbons._Joseph Edwards infuses new life and vigor msm\ i iI'
_ four times the population of Sumter, and J. Hebeth all have orange C. L. Bittinger. N. G.; Ed. Jeffords, the whole system. 50 cents a bottle.to COMPANYt! -

S -T S and there is no reason in the present groves. V. G.; D. A. Myers, Secretary; E. E. Sold by all druggists. m ,

plan of alternating with that county. Cline treasurer; P. V. Leavengood, ; ';:elt
I Answers to Correspondents.To ,
More anon on this line. : warden; W. C. Moore R. S. N. G.; J. : .
Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L. D. --- C d'
.. Old Timer. Of Wa\erly, Texas, writes: "Of a II. McKinney, L. S. N. G.; Royal Cole, 1- u- _-_ -, 1 ;
"
correspondent, No. 1. No. The 1"
morning, when first arising. I often
R. S. V. G.; Arthur Cline L. S. V. G.;
: find a troublesome collection of phel- everglades have not yet been drained y
; CALVARY., egin which produces a cough and is E. P. Pittman conductor; J. II. Benjamin ATLANTIC COAST t

very hard to dislodge; but a small Chaplain; W T. Cole, I. G.; and'those fifty dollar acre lands ate I LIN E )!

quantity o fBallard's Horehound Syrup still the horns of the eroridlle. thp X :
Special Correspondence Ocala Banner:
Jake O.
: Brown G.
will at once dislodge it, and the trou-
V'S Mrs. M. M Morrison died Sunday ble is o\er. I know of no medicine The lodge is growing very satisfactorily manatee and the mud turtle. I THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA. .

at the home of her son. Mr. J, W. Mor. that is equal to it, and it is so pleas- and the officers retiring are to To correspondent Xo. No. the --CONNECTIONS_ :f:11i:
ant to take. I can most cordially recommend vegetable of the inerk have i : salt:
rison and was buried at Cedar Groveoa it to all be congratulated the excellent growers To '
persons needing a on the East
Kew Year's day, medicine for throat or lung trouble." showing they have made during the not become rich on account of the I Over its own rails to Savannah. Charleston, -: .p. ;

Sold by all druggists. m freight rate adjustment made by the f Richmond and Washington thence '
ia Penn-
: Mrs A. W. Manter, of Ocala Is visiting past terra. All Rail sylvania ;; tte
state railroad commission.To ; __ Ry. '
Mrs. M. C. Wallace this week. Mr. JI, J. Klutho, the well known To the 'e
Mrs: Celina Ladd. late of Lynchburg, correspondent Xo. 3. Yes. TL ((1 ia Montgomery) and Louisville & .
Jacksonville architect for the proposed Marriage at Reddick.:: :: ..asbvir
Texas is visiting her mother, Mrs. Hudson Burr is still a member of the I and Dixie Flyer route via Atlanta. '
Marion There
court
county house was in was a pretty home wedding at West p

Celina Golispeau and sister Mrs. C. Ocala Tuesday before the Reddick commission.
board of Tuesday evening at the home TotheEa-t Y"

0, Jones. county commissioners discussing plans of the bride's sister :Mrs. J. C. Dupree. Via bavh. & Ocean :0;. S. Co. for New York tJ

Messrs. G. T. and W. W. Leak are for the of The Information Wanted. 1 Phila. and Boston. Via Norfolk S. S.
designing
I a larger building contracting parties were Mr. Samuel -- I Via York tq NcvJ: ; "" A i;

,. planting a large crop of oats. without reference to the present court Boyington and Miss Mamie Kunze. Wash'ton. and B'ltmore. Via Savh. an..J-: h
S Saw Grass Flats, Jan :?, 190$. j Merchants
Mrs. S. J. Leak is visiting her house. The first design drawn by him Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kunze. brotherand I andliners Trails. Co. For Baltrmorf
Lakeland. To the Editor, OcalaBanner:- Steamship J and Philadelphia.
at
daughter was merely a njinodellins of the old sister of the bride and :Miss .\bbie 1- -- lz

r This scribe hopes that arrangements court house. Mr. Kluto is a very fine McCarthy, of this city attendedthe Who Is/Marion, county's present political Key 1Vf'stti'ia Peninsular Occident ", + T-_---- _'
boss? Is he Ed. Wartman of r e
sill soon be made to build a muchaeeded architect and since the great fire in wedding. II f S
Citra; Dr. Baskin of Daunt-llon. or nIl Havana Steamship Company '
: uew court house. k
Jacksonville has erected buildings aggregating M. Boyington is a large cantaloupe clues
he still cluster about the courthouse

F Anon. in cost nearly a million doh grower of that section and Mrs Boy ? I want to know because I f cipal Interchangeable railroads in mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among theft-, ",.;,

c i lars. The Dial,Upchurch building, ington is a wen known resident of the southern states. axi
want to .
run for a county office and ;
SVT: VS Favorite Fertilizers for all crops the Carnegie library, the Baptist Reddick. want to know what allfgnnaept-i to I Quickest schedules Superior SerPor information "i t
to
as rate
and all fertilizer material for sale by church* and Mr T "1: Porters' residence The Banner wishes the newly marred make. i schedules etc., consult the Purple Folder*? communicate with J. G. 5 g d
Kirk-
t Lang Swarfcz &Co. :x :_ being among the many buildings couple much happiness. f land, D. P. A., Tampa; W. J. i.
Craig,
1 '- Bee in tfee Bor.net. : Passenger Traffic Manager, H. M. k 2
asy he has designed. I Emerson, General Traffic Manager
,, ," Wilmington N.
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.fI" ;;JRr.f..rr" THE OCALA CANNER JANUARY 5, 1906. 1JIr" PAGE NINE.

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'AND THE NEW YEAR. STROBHAR'S FIGHT. Our Enormous Egg Crop. Rifle Range for Palm Beach. ,

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:>''-, (starts out on the New Year He Resists Efforts to Take Him to At. The egg and poultry earnings of the l It is stated that Mr. Henry M. Flag-
T
.:-t |d 'shape. lanta for Trial. United States for one recent year :j!L ler Is considering the building of a SPECIAL NOTICE. :
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amounted to J280.000.000. Such an
!enttne Industry Is in the ze-. Information has been received in Atlanta range with the idea first of establish-
amount is sufficiently amazing as it
splendor and is flooding its that James Noble Strobhar, alleged : ing target practice during the winterat SS%$ S -
I stands; but you don't get its full significance -

h wJtn a stream of wealth al- defaulting agent of_ time Atlantic until you study the relative Palm Beach, and later to :sell the I I
Read This
ei q:ual to the stories told of'StanSOil. Coast Line, who :was arrested in Canada financial values of other "Indust es." range to the government arefully ,:

S and who \.s fighting extradition : We find, for instance, that the total \ A' military officer remarked to the T ,.

: 1* not ,a fietlon of the Jmaginavi to the United, States, will appeal his t value of the gold, silver, wool and Savannah Morning News Thursday In answer to numerous inquiries I desire to have it known to m -. '. .:

case which was decided against him should his I desire tc state to my frit-nds and friends and acquaintances that
.the doubting Thomas has but sheep produced in America during the that if Mr. Flagler upon -
a few days ago In Montreal by Judge I business acquaintances throughout have no connection with or inter S \;_'
d, his to see that it is true. year in question was $J72,434,315.: The own responsibility, invest money sufficient .
eyes the
LeFontaine. south that I have no interest est in the Ludden & Bates Southern t,
lumber industry is better than It is understood that the appeal will sugar plantations the same year was I| to build a range he would haveno in, or connection with the Ludden Music House. established by

: S -4jas: been; the demand is ever,I be heard during the early part of Jan- i I but $-0,000,000. That part of the I .difficulty In disposing. of it to thegovernment & Bates Southern Music House Wm. Ludden and myself m 1S70. '.
1 which was established by me and Mr. Ludden ani and Jas-
r I wheat crop used at home, which many : myself .
slug and the prices are satlsThe : uary. I
J. A. Bates '
about
Smith
thirty-five .
i consider the most valuable of all our It is regarded as practically certain years persen many years associated '
City Detective Loekhart who went ;
)r-., man who owns a saw I !I ago. :I am now interested largely with us, are now interested '. -
and timber lands in Fbrida has to Montreal to bring the "prisoner back ,, agricultural products was worth that a rifle range will be established t and solely in the LUDDEN & SMITH in the LrnDE.'i-CliIPBELL-SlliTII .

tune at his finger tips. to Atlanta is still in the former city ': 229000000. The great American hog. by the government '&ooner or later in I I Music CoiiPAXY, and in the LUD- Co., of Jacksonville, Fla So far ;

and will probably remain there untilStrobhar's to the DEX-CAMPBEIi-SMITn CO.. of Jacksonville as I am not individual S
is I as consumed at home, and abroad. the South. Measures looking I I aware a single .':
fee Ph&sphate industry now conled -
Fla., who continue the who make the Ludden
fight i Is terminated. helped to '
location of in the South and .
by a few operators and those When the plea of Strobhar came up [ Uojiht $185.5-9,035. Potatoes grownin ranges I I same policies and business dealings & Bates name so well known __
the United States were valued at West have been offered in congressand I which built for the S
us South
the
'are, fortunate nough to be mem- for hearing before Jugde LeFontaiae. up largest throughout is now connected -
nearly as large a sum as were the there seems little doubt that they music business in the South. with the same. -
j' of the syndicate need not con- the court ordered: the prisoner extra- .-
I tobacco will with appropriations for pur- WM. LUDDKX.. J. A. BATES. .
The of
.:'a palmist as to his future for this dited. oats. product plantations pass : -

Liuct Is active both in the foreign I Strobhar was agent of the Atlantic I was estimated to be worth $35- chase. We print the apove letter in order to correct certain ..S S :
r'i I : Cotton the dethroned king of "Under the circumstances continues :
579,223.
Coast Line Railroad at Gainesfille ,
[ domestic markets, an dthe prices misleading impressions which are being made our '. .:;
Fla., and is accused of being short I staples, could show "only $259,161,640() the News, "with a site selected among
:renumerative. many friends and customers. We believe that most buyerswish'to -
about $20,000. He is wanted in At- as against the magnificent earnings of and drawing prepared adequate in <- .
fore chemical factories deal with
than this the people: whose policies and methods'
i lanta on the charge of having cashed its feather rival. The crop of flax, every respect and better than that at
/being... erected near the mines for two of the railroad checks at The At- gave them the greatest reputation ever accorded any ::
seeds Sea in the opinion of those competent -
Girt
timothy: clover, millet and cane ,
dealers
"manufacture of the product which lanta National Bank. piano in the south. -" i:
broom corn, castor beans, hay straw, to judge, an effort will be madeto :
t/mak9 the mining more attractive s' All who wish to deal with "W. Ludden, J. A. Bates, A. S ;':
and forth, couldn't all told come locate the range In Savannah. It I "
T!profitable. The War Continues.The so. B. Campbell! Jaspersen Smith, remember they are associatr .;'. : 1-
within a measurable distance of many Is a foregone conclusion that shoulda I only in S I
lilroad buifdlng for the New Year I > S _,., ;
be built in :Florida by :Mr. -
millions of the poultry earnings.The range
mise" to tell a wonderful almost Fort Pierce News and the St. I

: like story, for Floridians. Lucie Tribune are having a little con- hen's eggs produced In this Flagler it would take precedence of j S .

country annually would fill 43.127000 a proposition from Savannah not Ludden/Campbeli Co/ ::
tbe Florida East Coast railroad is: to roversy and the passage-at-arms continues -
crates, each of the latter holding 300( backed by equally as favorable condi-
'
tended from the main land to Key The extracts below tell the
::5 also a train of refrigerator cars tions."-West Palm Beach TropicalSun. I '
eggs; PIANOS P.GAHS MUSICAL I MERG.WISE.
fest It is to buffet. the depths asfl otory. 1 -
these would be nearly .
of the The following is from the News: to carry eggs
f the tides
i: as' 'JieVaVes. and SOO miles long. Further'more, it would IS West Kay St. Phone 819 Jacksonville, Fla.
: It 'will not only be unique and The snarls and yelps of the half-
S take 107.813 such cars to make up this Gilchrist in the Public Eye. 'lir'I.
Irvelous in its construction but in starved cur at the heels of a wellfedmastiff .
train.: uccess. ----------
of the completion of the Panamanal who guards well the interestsof -----L------ ---u .S.
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Y_ General Albert W. Gilchrist, of De .
| will be entirely practical in its the people, are an indication of envy >
Mr. Ffagler and Party Slept Under a Soto county who is prominent poUt-

:Its. It will become the key to. jealousy and dissatisfaction with Tent. ically before the people, not long ago ,: :"' ,
"RflCT[ [ A M MNT[ :
world generally. As the
i4e and : and its daring and itself and the
traJSe Xews comes from the Keys of an Interesting bought with him from New York cityan 0' : .
furesqueness will draw travel from barking dog rarely bites, there is no t
episode in connection with okra recipe, obtained probably I
need of paying any attention to its ( ,
;..lands. the visit of the Florida East Coast from the chef .of the Waldorf-Astoria, / J Have you decided on the kind of > .
;
the Seaboard useless howling.To ;
.t coast
the '
own.Line railway wc is being extended to which! the Tribune makes the following railway officials to the scene of oper- which he commended to the wives of r1/, : ".'1.\, \;. ':"j. fertilizer you are going to use? It'snot 'I', -
: 'the ,
ions on the railway extension to Key his constituents in county and to IIf"/ .1) ,
lea Grands: Pass, the most southern-I reply: t>; ; : \ a question of how much, but .... <
\Vest.The. his friends elsewhere. He now comes :
pInt for a deep water "Once on a time," as the story b./ ks 7.j' \ [ what kind when ,the b6St result : ; '
party spent Saturday on Key to the front with a so-called petrified .t: : .:

said to be one of the finest harbors I say, a icd-heacled "editor". kept shop targo. end while there it became necesary orange which he has added to a certain C:'. 'i, can obtained. You can't make a .
the exten- : o'er the ; he had faults, oh amany "r.; .:,
and .way
th of the Seaboard railway to this and virtues a few, and could : .
n i is traveling, to ural curios he maintains at his Pun- j;
which the party : fertilizers.
int will increase our traffic with throw sund like the devil and "stir on '. ......",..'.;.>. .J\. '":,
tome other point for some purpose' or to Gorda home. It was found five 'j :
South America and other for- up a stew." He was 'wist to the 1 cash for bones
ba, other. years ago on one pf the creeks down Highest price paid dry ..r
world." and had traveled a few (from :
markets. Something delaine the steamer anJ there. Why it has been kept so long t 'i fJ- ,-. .,:
Florida is: Da .ton. Ohio, to Kalamazoo), and '
The )range Industry of she did nut return to Key Largo Saturday from public notice is not stated but 7 F1O1D fERTILIZER( MFG. IHXPUT.Gainesville. \ :
natives to .
5.pldly recuperating an.l most of herceshave came dawn to Florida the \ (1: .
night. Mr. Flagler and his we have the assurance of the Herald ,
been rehibilitated since "'do"-the town he would run and \ Fla "
friends however, were comfortably that it is a perfect specimen, showingthe : S
Ireeze of ISO;). No fruit equalsp'lor'da how 'en who's who. Two long years _. .
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all the nat-
profiled for. They were sheltered bya 1 bud and stem ends and ;
he stood it and did pretty fair tho''ereral
will continue
and it .
\ l orange with i ural markings of the rind, and weighs
lane tent and were provided
t. eiw the font place in the 1nar.1 -. men btat him and pulled his cots on, which they slept. There was just about as much as the ordinary
red hair; but business grew 511)fl.r The Vehicle and Harness Co 1:

.1 pineapple industry continues to the reg-l>eadffi. fake; and he sought far plenty of something to eat, includingfish oiange.-Jacksonville Sun. ;

fresh frqm the water and the experience -
the fruit is soIce and wi pa Us" acreage and he'd about exhausted his w as; rather enjoyed by the 'entire Santa Claus Call in Wall Street. Cor. Forsyth and Cedar St. -I'
|! that it enjoys an almost xrlu- it sefn3
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he' calls 'em dogs and party.-Miami News. JCKSOXYILLE FLORIDA.
I
) in the markets and is slurs-so) Just ,
monopoly
Decemoer 31.SantaClaus
., New York. I ,. -
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slab-sldfHl S -
curs. -
v ing. taut all competition. Still Spreading Out. a little belated but none the ,

: e vegetable indiutryhlle it has less welcome, visited Wall street today. Dealers Wagons Buggies Carriages Surreys .
still holdsattractive. "Fads and Fancies" Out. .
.: son e seven.set' 'backs, The wholesale grocery and grain "t is the invariable custom of the Road Carts Harness Saddles Lap Robes Etc.
to its vot- ,
inducements The much talked of book, "Fads and business of Me&srs. Lang, Swartz & i oankmg houses and other big financial

i It frelpnt rates can ever be Fancies" has made Its, initial bow to Company is growing more rapidly than ; institutions doing business in the i LARGEST CONCERN IN THE STATE AND LOWEST WES.S.ik IL
the raIsing of early .
titablv adjured the public. It Is a ponderous and a they had ever dared to anticipate, and I street" to make their annual presents

":etablc will always be a temptingrida ,i handsomely decorated volume. Every more lo.mi has become an absolute i to emplojes on the last day of the

> 'ndustry. oub&cnoer has signed: e\try 't' ut necessity to the handling of their year instead of at Christmas time.
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.1no department of endeavor is the work. Among the names are the trade. lractically: all the bIg houses followed r'PRICF j SA5

f. shown than in her signatures of President Roosevelt and LIST OFI
wre enterprise They have leased for five years the the annual custom today and everyone -

'wspatn.rs< and in this held Honda ex-PiesiJent hundred Cleveland.and five copies have building formerly occupied by the from, the manager to the oHce I EUREKA WINE & JaUOR CO.
and her enter- One
cupies a front place with cash gift ,
.
a
Works
Ocala Foundry and :Machine ooy was rerjembered
while the
". sent'to the sub l.'riLers,
lines of been The Great Southern Mail Ordl3r House,
,mo in this as in all other The The closing 'has not been .
remaining copies have been divided and will use it as warehouse. year just ---, ---

aSustry<""<": corrects and seta at nought among the Naw York Public library, building is a large one, and being located altogether rosy for some of the fin- Full Quart \leasure. /

He.... storY that' her climate Is enervat- the Library of Congress, the British *"i the main line of the Atlantic xntial concerns, particularly the insurance rcr hl\ll Si t pCiallen :

ngand her: peoi.le 'shiftless. museum and the library of Colonel Coast Line and on a spur of the Seaboard complies, and it is aid that QI erts Qol"rU Cue :

torhe of Florida I!! increas- Hatchett's Pri"ale Stock.._. ._... 00 00 }u
pjpuUtion William D. Mann. office and other promi- M..MMH. $4 $t 00 ji 00.
It. .. Howard will give them excellent shipping the maiiagers HatchtIt'.. Thats Wh ..key _.__.___...__.... 450 460 6'j1) 13 75 .
t1l;. .her cities are rapidly building up; The frontispiece is drawn by facilities.: lent employes of some of these concerns Hatchett'S Old Kyc. ..............,.. .... ... ... 3 330 4 So 9 6oFurka
"" .' facilities' are being en- Chandler Chr !'ty. On the title. N C. Apple Brand) ... b.._ .._. ,. 47"> 4 75 7 14 00
leT ffa.areed. educational Several car loads of goods are already who in the past have been presented N C".Apple Brandy.._. .__..__.......M._ _.._ 32) 325 4 SS 9 70
d and her charities, page is a list of the SUbSClibd"s. John .. ... .. .. ...
and Jrap ov stoied in the hew quarters and I I with large amounts found their "EuretaMalt ._ ____. .. 400 400 600 uoo -
." Jacob Astor heads the list. 1 un-Ia .'1. C. Peach Brandy._.. ..._ _1_ 415. 4 7S 700 14 00
oe not over'Looketl.'he demoted tu with those on the road and building stockings not so well filled todav. .1.. .5 N C Praahhirandy ......... ......_ .. 325 .325 465 970
1906 promises big things There are two pages ? Eureka N C, Crn _.. ,._ 'U ._.__ _h_ 3 5 313 4 i5 970 Sl
.( j"ar President TMo-:e\'elt. He .is described: will shortly be filled with every class -- EutekaN.C.CornXX ..._.._.. _.._......... JJO 460 900 .
or Florida! of the strenuous handled by this enterprising Died at the Age of 103. 1 Eureka N. C. Corn XXX ..... _.__ ..._ ._. :J 75' a 'IS 4 IS g301 5
... as an ardent K vr of goods c- EurtkaN: e Corn XX.XX ....._. ... ..._........_., ::150 .!50 375 75001d
r-AJ- life,* of horseback riding, hunting, boxing and growing firm. 11 Crow BOUTOOU.__ .___..._..1 _- ..... .. 4 SO 4 5o 675 1356SUIIU
........__ ..._ .._ ..
Brovtard is Easy. wrestling. There are two Old 'Unc'Thve Ellis (co!) was N ) Brook Rv. \ :;75 37S S 6S 11 30
and They will! still retain their offices t1 Sunny Brook So"r Mash .. .. _...... 3 5 6 mm oFLhOSr.ri.iw
photographs of the president old stand probably one of the oldest men In the ......._ ., _.::_ =:.:.: = := _,. ,u. ; U' .., 1475
at their ------ ---- --"
F and sample rooms I II I Velvet.; ....... ::= .:::: .......:. -.7- 500 S z 5 785 '57
the here
...-.\'nd, i.ow COil es word that great on the northeast corner of the square: I state. It is s said that he came Oak and "..... __ ,. ...... .....,. ..__..... 375 400 600 .100 I
lection frauds case in Tlolusia, coun-. He Saw the Elephant.A from N. C.. about SO years ago, and I
** Gin rum |2.50 t) 13 50 par Gallon Delivered.
i1;V- wherein the irrepressible ,and Irre- When it Got Exciting Jumped the in the woods helped to build the first
Save twelve label of Hitchett's bottle free.
laughable incident occurred d- P.nvateSto'k: and secure a Save twelve
onslbl* Jeems Alexanderlammed to Game. home or cabin where Marianna now labels of Hitchett's Old Rye aud secure a bottle free & ave twelve lables of Hatchetfs .

hAve been defrauded of votes, and for nesday. A negro was walking betsjn 4> stands, and ever since that time has That's hikey and secure a bottle free.. Save twelve label of Eureka N C.
bowlit --- C cn and secure a bottle free. Save twelve tables of N. C *pple Brand and fectire
heglect 10 pro e<;ute which "Governor the Brown House and the; 1: The great evolution controversy between I been a true and worthy citizen of this one bottle free. Save twelve libels of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free Price of
his head bowed and studyIng al! goods bought at company' store are 700 per gallon les" than when delivered No
Broward recently removed from office alley: with Bro. Pepper and Bro. Gieen In place. It is only within the past few charge tor ju,>,; boxes or drayjge. All of my bott'.es are full measure All standard

Court Solicitor James W, Perkins, has Suddenly Mary. John II. Spark'sbig the columns of the Times-Union is months that he gave up daily labor brands oi whiskies sold over my bar at loc i>cr d.1ink-lo from 5 leaves'I for yon All 2
wines We also than those
.,., broken loose, quoted on application carry cheaper liquors quoted
been trkd and the deposed solicitor elephant that had passing out of the purely philosophical for his support. He died Wednesday Sr-cial p ices on Large quantities; packed any sizes desired. Money refunded goods

has been exonerated. You see they gave a snort when within five feet ,of into the saline phase in which the morning, at the ripe old age of 108 a 'satisfactory, --

fcnew Jeema $In DeLand: they knew his the negro walking toward him. Whenhe learned controersationali&ts are beginning years, and it may truly be said that EUREKA WINE ND! LIQUOR COMPANY

[postelection claims were on a par looked up and saw what was be- to get hot under the collar his long life time was one of service.He .&35 W Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.

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over a high chick- ______
with. nil ante. lecUon predictions' of fore him he jumped and to hurl. such adjectives as "ab- has gone to reap his rew ard.-Mar- --'-1 u1 ---ffi 'i'" -...., i iF

a*." clean sweep they knew also thath tOn coop and made for tall timber. If I'hurd" and "ungentlemanly" at each ianna 'Courier. -


an"" .' didn't t In the carry district a single: they election knew Jeems pre- fact the darkey is not known has stopped to any running' citizens the of other.is too momentous.Gentlemen, forbear You have! The proceeded ij.'ue- Sickening Shivering Fits. ""r"'r"r"r"'r"r"r't"r"'r"'r'r"r""r"r"r'r'Tl" " ," " '! !" ,' '

.. caused much and Malaria be relieved -
Live Oak. The incident or Ague can '
'illy as standing Joke. But the gov- just far enough with your subject and cured with Electric Bitters. Thin '

;fnor tok him seriously, lie disqualified merriment for the onlookers.LiveOak to leave all of your readers in a state is a pure, tonic medicine; of especial

# hearing thecase Daily Democrat benefit in malaria, for it exerts a true Cold Storage i -
from
Ju Stewart to whether
( ge of miserable uncertainty as i -
*' curative influence on the disease drlving -
and sent Judge Shaylor of Jacksonville Adam or the antropoid ape was the it entirely out of the system. It is ..
Dixon, jr., says that he .
Thomas
much to be preferred to Quinine, having -
DeLand to tryRe-
up to true ancestor of us all, and not until
4b, once united a homely New Jersey none of this drug's bad After
suit; "In ten minutes the jury return. handsomeman. you have cleared up this point have effects. E. S. Munday, of Henrietta, Of Meats'Ve
extremely
Idow to an
r- The deCim.se Texas, writes: "My brother was very :
j.a veidlct of not guilty. you any moral right to jump the game ';' ..
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match to
It was a runaway low with malarial fever and jaundice, ''. .
[ pu: in no evidence at all, ,for the and he tried to dissuade and go off Into acrimonious personal till he took Electric Bitters which ::: .: }' :. .
New York .
state wan unable to prove that more ities.Ve suspected from the start saved his life. At Tydlngs & Co., drug -- -
the woman. His plea was in vain. price SOC guaranteed. m -
*tes: wcie cast for Alexander than that it was a dangerous subject tomonkey store; .
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the
Three weeks later the bride wrote hima I :: \ beg to Announce to public -
returns shaved a. Now Governor with. Live Oak Democrat. ,
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member of the ---- -- --
tearful letter begging_that the records I Miss May Turnley, a == -- -- -
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should out in manly --
:troward come be suppressed. Her gay and faculty of the Ocala High School, who :::. that we are ready to cure ::
:ahton and acknowledge that he has The proprietors of the Boston store .
handsome Lothario was a burgler. lie has been visiting her mother in Tampa -
; -Falatka sews.S -- of the Ocala -
S.buucoed- stated to a representative So -
her to get the run of the this week, returns home Sunday.
married E MEATS. We .
Banner Saturday that the holiday guarantee ::
been her that
delightful has stay here
Hurt. house stole 10,000 and left for parts :: ,
M.
: c. Standley Severely trade of. this season was the largestIn
she will probably return at an early .

unknown. the history of that establishment date and join the host of Hillsborough ; satisfaction and solicit your pat-

.ate Saturday afternoon as Master in Ocala for -
which has now been over -
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pedagogues.-Tampa Tribune.We -
Spoiled Her Beauty. I, county .5
f-"c.? Standley was riding horseback Harriet Howard of 209 W, 34th St. five years. They are firm believers in certainly hope that Miss Turn- ; ronage. =-=

New York. at one time had her beauty under-
and thoroughly
printers' Ink :
", .Fort: King avenue he was thrown spoiled with skin trouble. She writes; hey will never leave Ocala --
stand how to use it to get the best == -
for
Eczema .
,ls horse. He was knocked un.. "I had Salt Rheum or ;
years but nothing would cure it, until results. A War of Words.
R,nscioua: and at first It was thought I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve A '.

.tiUf\\'as killed. lie \tas picked upcarried quick and sores.and sure 25c at healer Tydings for &cuts.Co..burns drugStore Good Florida corn comes nearest' The Fort Pierce-e'rs'and the St. : ; ; :

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;:\4t Into the hpme of )Ir \V ra containing all the points of perfect excellence Lucie Tribune are not being drawn .

at a corn show of any raisedin \ t cthI.a? ? 1
the
of
E'..Zewaldski. and a physician hastily Superintendant'" Hendricks, of New the world. The proportion of grain together by the celebration
much to
"Babe of Bethlehemany too
mop d. :It was discovered that York State Insurance department pays and cob, length of kernel the smooth :1'

: jle, cot at .all seriously injured theU&fello4 his daughter a salary of $%,500 a year ness and symmetry of ear all mark hurt. They are toying with the Ian. ;
S For j
{ reckless
:was, retty badly cut on Evidently. "father" works more than right up. to 100 per cent.-Tampa guage in a most manner. .

}lead, 'and. .lags,. 'some people accuse him of working. Times. instance the News says; u UUlunUU1U1U1UU.UUU1UluunU1U1U1UUiUUUUnUl1.
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". PAGE TEN. THE OCALA BANNER, JANUARY 5, 1906., 4
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CHRISTMAS WITH- THE WEDDINGS. HOTEL' *..ill V ALS. Do You Wish to

FIAGLER PARTY. Strauss'Royal

Silvernail-5par city; J.\. Broekington, Newberry,

Was Celebrated with a Christmas (From Friday's Dafty.) Flal; J. Hough.city; L Potokoff! Milwaukee MAKE MONEY

f Tree in the Rotunda of the Ponce Miss Eddie Miller Sparkman and Mr. Wis.; J. J. Ross, Leroy, Fla.;

de Leon Hotel.' A. Karl Silvernail, both of Jackson-, I|IlL W. Long; Martel, Fla.; J. B. Wolfe. .Growing i Good Watermellons

ville, were married at Starke Wednes J Atlanta Ga.; H. M. Binder, Atlanta, Next Year Reserve =

< Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Flagler enjoyed' Ga.; J. I. Kauffman, Richmond, Va.; FROM EDEN SEED?

I '. -Christmas In the Ancient city in the day.Miss Elise Riles, of Jacksonville, C. E. Davis and wife, Atlanta. Ga.; 1\I ...

J. W. Kimburgh Webster, Fla.; H. ,I
Warfield
and Mr. Simpson, of Balti-
4 good old fashioned way, says the St. If srfI .. _
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can start _
M. Mathews, Blackville, S. C. help yon right by supplyingseed ; .
more, were the maid-of-honor and the
at a reasonable price.
Record with relatives and
,
Augustine
best man. There were no other at- J. A. Hampton Blackville, S. C.; J. Last spring the ravages of rats forced me to

a friends as guests of the Ponce de Leon. tendants. C. Priest, Floral City. Fla.; C. R.Boydi plant stand my was watermelon srcured. Consequently crop three times mv before melons a OCaLA MINING. lABOR TORY. '; ..-.,.:-.- :/ <:'

... A magm'flclent Christmas tree was The bride who was recently grad- ; Jacksonville, Fla.; G. G. Byrnes, instead ripeneu of too allowing late for them profitable to decay shipment.I saved seed and F. T. SCHREIBER : ....' : 4

erected In the center At. the rotunda. uated from the Duval high school, Jacksonville Fla.; G. B. Tankersley. ir the following painstaking manner frlm per- Consulting and Analytical Chemist Member .' .? ; .. 3
fcth shaped; sized; and ripened selected mar- '
of Chemical Industry ton"V
of the
Coleman. Fla.; B. E. Rainey, Columbus Society : '
and fairly crowded with varicolored wore the pretty gown worn on that .zetmeloDS. brst on hve vine. don Eng. Member of the Ameaican iem- ,
,, occasion. The dainty white silk has Miss.; H. L. Carter, Richmond, Both ends of each melon' were cut off and icatSoc etv.P.0.801703. .
thrown the melon anil the
of away sppt perfectly t'f
; The tree was
incandescent lights. '
trimmed with quantities of shirringand Va.; G. McLean, Conant, Fla.; F. W.Frown matured eed taken from the renter and dried _

,' spruce pine and reared to the height :' hand work, with a touch of beau- I Ocala, L. Hough, Dunnellon, decayed with spthral melons care So seed were saucd from I OCALA, FLA., Oct. 22. lOOt f

.." of thirty feet. Electricians had been' tiful lace. Fla.; F. W. Shands, Gainesville Fla. I guaramee these seed to be strictly first class '
and as;good as have ever been grown,
'J ousy for several days entwining the Miss Riles wore her commencementgown Ocala House, Dec. 2S.-J. C. Massey, As to my responsibility I reter to any mer- 11e srs. Strauss & Co, Wholesale Whisky .: '

': : wires and fastening the bulbs of which also. It was a charming crea- Orange Springs, Fla.; J. B. Martin, chantile agency or responsible! business concern- Merchants, Ocala, Fla, 1,

't> there were 1,500 of the three candle tion of white Paris muslin, trimmed Oklawaha Fla.; H. D. Bassett, Floral I 75c pound

power, with quantities of German vafencien- City, Fla.; H. O. Snow. M. D., Floral I per Gentlemen.- In accordance with your

j-_. The west wing of the grand dining nec lace. Her flowers were bridesmaidsroses. City, Fla.; J. I. Kaufman. Richmond, on
nstructions I visited [yourwarehouse
.. room was used by Mr. and Mrs.'Flag- Va.; R. Cj Wisehart, Florida; F. G. Henry D. Still ,

ler and party. Over the table the Miss Sparkman, the pretty young McDonald, Savannah Ga.; Miss McDonald 'the. 19th, instant, and personally selected

; ', ,,." chandelier was wreathed with garlands bride, decided to have her wedding at Savannah, Ga.; H. M. Rey- Blackville, S. C. from your stock a sample of"Strauss'

of green paper and large crimson bells Starke. because the venerable clergy- nolds, Cincinnati, 0.; A. C. Williams, Eden Seed.

.were suspended from the chandelier. man who has been devoted.to her since Rocheller, Fla.; Thomas Palmer, f "

I Potted plants were artistically arranged childhood, could not conveniently come Tampa, Fla.; Girard Lewis, Miles Or- Roy -d e.

>; around the room, making as pretty a to Jacksonville, and her grandmother ton Circus; J. A. Campbell, Reddick, I'It Will V

scene as Santa Claus has eye gazed lives at that place. Fla; J. W. Moon, Dillon, S. C.; J. whisky, the analysis of which shows it to

'" ..' upon. After their wedding trip to the G. Page, Pensacola, Fla; J. H. Adams,

The Chistmas paty was composed north, the young couple will returnto Atlanta, Ga'.; Chas. Hill, Gainesville contain: Vii= Rtt1 y

of Mr. and Mrs II. M. Flagler, :Mr. Jacksonville to reside. Fla.; William R. Steckert, Gainesville, !I Alcohol (by weight), per ent.. . .36.66 1 !

\. and .:Mrs. Wm. R. Kenan, jr., Mrs. Mr. Silvernail is a valued attache of Fla.; C. H. Whitner, Jacksonville, I II You Alcohol (by volume), per cent . 43.61 ; i Ft t ?

"Wra. R. Kenan, sr., Mrs. Flaglers the Ludden-Campbell-Smith Music Fla; R. W. Willis, St. Louis. I Pay Degree proof, per cent. Of Of . Of..;87.10

mother; :Mrs. Wise and daughter, Miss I House\ and Is held In high esteem by Montezuma Hotel, Dec. 2S.-J. X. Residue on evaporation, p pent. .. 0.660 a ( ""i

Hannah Bowles and Mme. Blanche, I a large circle of fri.nJs.McDonaldBarnard.: Eaddy and son, Bushnell, Fla.; C. Be- You have any Real Estate Ash, per cent. . . . . .. .. 0.011

governes for Miss Louise Wise. yule Bushnell Fla.; J. T. Gardner, IF l to sell, Reducing sugar, per cent. . . 0.225 _'i t T

; : The party also enjoyed their Christ Coleman, Fla.; R. F. Mann Ocala Volatile acids, per cent. . Of. . 0.027 :-. j

: ;,' mas dinne at the Ponce de Leon. Miss Ethel Barnard and Mr. Thomas Fla.; F. E. Saxon Brooksville, Fla.: OR Amyl alcohol (fusel oil), per cent. ... 0.073 ; .til&J

ti The Christmas tree was laden with McDonald were united in marriage B. Crosby, Dunnellon, Fla.; G. H.
The above
results show the whisky to bea
i = presents and the distribution took Wednesday night at 9:30 o'clock at Smith, Saratoga, X. Y.; T. A. Xeely. You're thinking of coming

.place at 12:30 and 1 o'clock. the bride's home on Jones street, Sav- I IF to Florida for a home carefully blended brand of high grade ? t

annah. Ocala House, Friday, Dec. !!9.-J. B. -
and that it has been distilled from a clean, pure grain masl
Congressman Lamar and the Florida Mr. and Mrs. McDonald left Thurs- Martin, Ocklawaha, FlaJ.; Page, Melrose I- OR
The of fusel oil acids is
amount and of volatile low.
,'3. Newspapers. day afternoon for their future home at :Fla.M.; W. Ulrner. Largo, Fla.; very t

Silver Springs, Fla. where Mr. McDonald Cole-'Yerwood, Melrose, Fla.; J. R. IF You desire to inyest in any Respectfully,
The of Florida are by no kind of Florida property F. T. SCHREIBER Chemist.
1 papers is employed as chief clerk In Page, Jacksonville, Fla.; Jos. Rowe, -

means unanimously siding with Congressman the offices of the Wrentz Lumber com- Y.; Jas. F. Taylor, Tampa, Fla.; X'I
t_ Lamar in his little racket TO SEE --
pany. Mr. McDonald resided in Sav- lius Solomon, Talahassee, Fla.; Arthur
For
with Minority Leader Williams.
annah formerly and has a number of DeYore Atlanta Ga.; H. G. Wattmer. OR WRITEOCALA.
instance, here is the comment of the
FOUR FULL
QUARTS S3.50 EXPRESS PREPAID.
Citrus County Chronicle: "Among the friends in that city. Mrs. McDonaldis Hulmerson Pa.; Henry Bars, Philadelphia -

egotistical freaks of modern times a charming young woman. Only Penn.; C. C. Carleton, Fla.; J. H.LIVINGSiON&SONS

may be justly classed Billy Lamar the immediate relatives were witnessedto Chas. E. Criskin, Philadelphia, Penn.; ,

:5 Congressman from the third district of the marriage. D. E. Edelstine, X. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. FLORIDA.

r. Florida. He had the temerity to 'buck -Mr. and Mrs. McDonald were in Chipman, Philadelphia, Penn.; J.o'.

up' against John Sharp Williams, leader Ocala Friday and were guests at Hern, S. C.; C. D. Denis, Gainesville, ., "
of the democrats In congress, last -- STRAUSS & CO.
the Ocala House. Fla.; J. W. Carr, Tampa, Fla.
week, and Billy was sat down on so I .
Montezuma Hotel Dec. 29.! -G. J. ;
Hill.Mr.
Dillon- ,,x i
;sAT'
E :'. hard that his half million. dollar. wife
William S. Dillon of Jacksonville Jones, Ocala. Fla.; W. A. Green, Bra- -
would him.
hardly recognize -Tampa
iia. t 6; 4 :*, I F i i Sole Owners and Distributors. _
velman J. _
> Times. and Miss Adah Hill, of Covington ; A. Jackson Trilby,

... Ky., will be married on Januarythe Fla.:; J. D. Jackson, York, Fla.; O. W. '

I The Editors Stand Alone. nineteenth. Mr. Dillon is a son Akins, Waycross, Ga.; Mrs. A. W. ..tnJ11 OCALA FLORIDA > 6

of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Dillon, of Jacksonville Aikins & Son Waycross, Ga.; J. P.
; The Lake City Index that the ( t tJQ2S.
says and is a popular young man Parrish. Watertown, Fla.; T. T. McPherson .
Mirror is a paper published by the inmates -
Fla. R. R. Car-
Wildwood.
j both socially and in business circles. ;
} of the Missouri penitentiary. In
.' He is a member of the firm of the roll, city; L. Polakoft Chicago, Ill.;
a recent issue the following appears: McMillan Bros.
> Florida Drug Company. H. Kergwln, Orlando, Fla.; Robert
Of preachers we have had enoughto
African James Palatka, Fla.; B.o'. Benson,
furnish subsistence to an

4,: chief for a year; of doctors enough Pleasant Trip on the Tuna. Dunnt llon. Fla.; R. F. Rogers Electra, ; Southern Copper Works

; to depopulate a state; and lawyers On Tuesday a party of eighteen, including Fla.; T. J. Howling Elizabeth. Ind.; '

enough to establish a good-sized col- Captain and Mrs. John L. In- Grant W. Baker, Shelbyville, Ind.; W. Manufacturers of Still

t ony of hades.! But of editors, not glis, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Inglis, Mr. and A. Carter, Gafnesyille, Fla.; A. M. Dais y'.g' ]00l i Turpentine ,r- -rand

." one. Mrs. M. A. Love Messrs. Hick, Wm. \ }Fernandina Fla.; C. R. Boyd, General Metal Workers. : :

L.. and Edgard Inglis, Miss Thomas, Jacksonville, Fla.; G. W. Jackson, .
What Is It All For?
Mr. A. G. Bigelow. Miss Cleaveland, : Trilby, Flit. ; J. Nelson Ocala Fla.; G. t
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i Masters James Love, John L. Inglis W. Byrus Jacksonville, Fla.; S. S. .
The Arcadia Champion 'grows a little -
pessimistic in voting that boycott R A. Inglis, Jr. and Clifford Inglis Boynton, Reddick, Fla. LIRE 1 PPFSID; Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
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I of the Jacksonville Sun, and says; took a trip on Captain Inglis's yacht through the country a specialty. Orders by mail: or /

={ We wonder, sometime, if the dear Tuna to Green Cove Springs. With Ocala House, Dec. 30.--J. B. Martin, wire will receive prompt attention at either of the '


espouse are, after all, worth the sac- made' the trip and return in less than Bay St. Jacksonville FlaLUMBER
cago, Ill.; J. E. Pace Jacksonville,
rifice, for soldom appreciate it at
they four hours. After taking on suppliesshe x
: Its full value. will proceed to Port Inglis, stop- Fla.; T.-C. Thomson, Chattanooga FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.JACKSONVILLE. .:, SAVANNAH, GAS.

And yet If it's.a. question of right ping en route at Palm Beach, Miami, Tenn.; G. Manning Ellis Md.. Chatta- FLA MOBILE ALAWe ]
it is the duty of the honest editor to ,
his Key West and Tampa. nooga, Tenn.; W. S. Washington, 'z-
"pull off coat and roll up his :
sleeves" and get at It.-Lake City Jndex. The gasoline yacht Tuna, owned by Chattanooga, Tenn.; W. A. DeWeese, -- ......-_. -,----_ --- ....'.
Capt. John L. Inglis arrived last Saturday -
Chattanooga Tenn.; S. W. Hassell, X.
from Boston, Mass., in. chargeof
Y.; JK. Orr Atlanta, Ga.; J. K. Orr, HOUGH and '
: Ships to Publish Daily Papers. Captain Lawson.

The Tuna is admirably fitted up jr., Atlanta, Ga.; Thomas Orr, X. Y.; DRESSEDDry Never Disappoint Our .Patients. ; -

The publication of a daily newspaper Siding, Flooring and Ceilin .
with every comfort and conveniencefor T. D. Lancaster, city; S. S. Yellokou- '
en board the Amerika has proved such J? F.ulfillEriry Promise! and l"lf Hold Out False III"" ,
delightful cruising. She 'is capable lin, X. Y.; 1.. F o'. Brown, X. Y. J. F. .
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WE CURE SSfr'rv01.0/1* tbe bU. 0I'ha(1.4 _',
Qerteoeeie t>
a success that the .Hamburg- American B. H. au .
line has arranged with the Mar of sleeping nine persons, besidesthe Towle, Boston, Mass.; E. G. Killgore, SeymourOcala cured never to mom, wtthout m.reory from ba or'U a.t..ral. *t C.tts..a tal10u Loos Blood.f lets)1sale a

coni Wireless Telegraph company to crew of four. The forward cabinis and wife, Aberdeen, X. C.; L. F. Ulan- Fla.and V>jror PoiJttTely eur.d; BO.ttt&alau but perma...&.

r furnish its steams: \ps Deutschland, large and roomy and arranged to ker, Baltimore; G. H. Smith, Saratoga ..-.......... . .-,.. ..,. .. .Tbe..off the rte oied1esl f Georgia Co.U fur loiUuiio,lie UMtm"1II*crgMiud U4I tnIre outer.t*&11

Kaiserin, Augusta Victoria Ioltke, make comfortable quarters for owner X. Y.; E. H. Smith, Vi-jila; J. D. f tola nenousaadehroaledte.ues tnatt;a Uoa.U the ealtf consulting. Dr. K. ipttfa&t.K hag Ut being founder aufelo4
Bleucher and Hamburg with the long and guests.-Times Union. Grooms Florida; J. );. C.-evarre. Flor UCl EB MACKA- by a scan of eminent pbrsieians! sad.wBa
Oar 111OCeIIla ins treatment of chronic dl...... II
distance receiving system, so thatthese ida. %v led: w. seboam die ADd ellC\rte&1&rnCfea. uaV)&
-- ,'eselll1111, receive constantly Taken by Mistake.At ;. Our office*tr equipped tt'tasea t&e ja tmAlt i tttf
les.Z-nr.Tlolet r.,.and ra;: fad, a"", ot t a.t
communications during the entire voyage eoBtrtTaaoe knows to the medical profetetoi. Ovuabarl....
Montezuma Dec. 30.-T. R. Shroutt, .. BOdern la
every respect and we
employ none bat
n. bolt
from New York and return and Mrs Carroll's entertainment on trained and ethotuS auel4&11ta,
Coleman, Fla. .W. S. Sweat, Citron- ftPlar1, quilled Ill41iat.el.
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present them in newspaper form. Thursday 1\ took by mistake someone aDd W.licensed pbya1c1ana befog in ehuKL
else's umbrella ella.Fla.; J. D. Pope city; J. P. Xeen- employ 50 mbll"adlDg ueaat to **eore p&C1eay .e4N
instead of
my own. \i patronage-ao Co O. Di or masked for! r'a\UN aN-seat oat
Pensacola in Her Best Bib and Tucker. Would like to exchange fur mine. Mrs beck Palatka. Fla.; W. P. Comer, FUNERALDmBCTORS. r J 1011000permoat1medicfneelnel.d.g1an. Our terms for Irt&tlll t aferllf trG MOt

Hatchell at Ocklawaha Inn. 12-30-St Palatka, Fla.; W. X. Young McIntosh, 4s slice or a eure"lthla a epeCISed tIlII. wegaptksIran.
MY BEST REETERENcEI9 ,. U f
fit A number of persons remarked on Fla.; T. T. McPherson, Wildwood, CHRONIC DISEASES = t trestssdpersap

the lively appearance tIt all the places "I'll be the catcher" said Clown No. Fla.; J. M. Knight. Etina. Fla.; Mrs. f't' .tNLrJU"" \U D&llD'fj r each u Kidney sad. ra1111.lilsdd r SlO1illIea. t3keamatlus,
.
\\\J Dliepuu Tumors I1Id aU
;. of business on Palafox street last Saturday 1. in Miles Orton's Circus. "Xo." said J.JcT'he: Georgia; R. R. CordalU -1- WlfILCU2ED. 's/U aJUt maI1nu' V"roebir Catarrh of tki
Clown No. 2 "I'll be the Have a full stork of Coffins CstkPl? I N. K. KING M. D. K.MkS.va te&fxs: Of Ey. U4 Lrar
I Some old residents said they catcher, be- city; II. W. Sons and son, Martel, u D1.JlIacemIll.,
; and Burial OuintP. ( p+'cili"gi\'l'u to Garr COIIIIULTIJIjJ f/MnIClAIL tiastarsIDischarges,and IUcI1 weslneueg: otwoaen
lad never seen more people on the cause I wear the little white cap" So Fla.; J.1.. Meffert, Lowell, Ga.; R. Burial f.ervirvs. W r I Ite send as today roe nr reprdla llwratun JOU,iDclu4inIYIDPtlm condition tf roe an lick or edneted Os nquoet y.
street and .in the retail stores and when Governor Folk gets into the ''B. 1effert, Lowell Ga.; J. A. Ander- j -_ tON CLTATIOX EXABINATIOY AND blaDb for kome treatm.aa.
to Order : .......
Embalming ADVlCEfREJr
= shiS, $),
.urday: It is rtasniy an agTp. a1>) tfon whether he or Senator TiKmatt : Jacksonville, Fa.; C. EL Graham, Pen- H. \

surprise to many that the city has will wield the pitchfork. Both gentled sacol, Fla.; T. L. Needy, city; J. Nelson Jerry Burnett --- -, ----- ------ -Y't
so quickly recovered' all lost. grount men claim the honor of wearing the X. Y.; Ethel Gharman Xocatee, ---------

: '. In a business way.- Pensacola News little white cap. Fla.; J. W. Redorph DeLand, Fla.; F.

J. Zeigler, Georgetown, 0.; R. L. Mag- Merchant S. A.
Capt. J. W. Tucker, of Ft. Pierce, is The president since his visit to the ruder and wife, Columbus, Ga.; Miss STANDLEY. & CO

: another one of the good men of norMa South is losing out In New. England. Lula Magruder, Columbia Ga. Miss

F being named Jor govtrnOT. The I According to the Washington Star a Lee Masruder. Columbus, Ga.; Sliss Tailoring. ,

f Jacksonville Metropolis says of him : New England educator saysI rankAmerica's Mattie Magruder Columbus, Ga. t The i'il\ll\t! I>t Sflimtla SiU.1 i
that "he has spent his life as a farmer I
great men in this order: G'enwood Ocala, Florida. .
z' Dec. :30. J. O. Tatum
and fruit grower and has performed -
Booker Washington, first "I'
excellent: work in the development ; Jacob Kiis. I and wife, L roy, Fla.; J. D. Logan A. Finest Imported and: c: Has been reached in
second and' Theodore our
-r of his count He is always prompt third."; Roosevelt, I C. L,% Fla.; J. M. Foeb, Ocklawaha, Domestic Cloths. t f- ;

4 ed by what is right, and acts always Fla.; R B. Harrison, Balto, Md.; J. buggies and harness. The only

to the best Interest of the masses" M. Condrey, Coleman, Fla.: Geo. T. Cutting a Specialty \ they can ever be -
better
is
to
New Morning Paper for Tampa. raise .
Condrey Coleman.. Fla.; W. B. Stone, Fits Guaranteed.
The Lake City CitizenReportersays A Orange Bend Fla; X, X. Harrison pinna:>-elevate the standardeven -. '-
that Lake City and Columbia nemorning paper will ae started
t county will have a few friends to reward I at Tampa on January 1, 1908, bye city; Jas. Deutsch. Chicago; Mrs. Jas, t then our vehicles will be fc :<
'the or'the Deutsch Chicago; J, J. Johnson Monarch r _
publishers
and also a few to punish in thF Tampa Sundays 4 I at the top. They -
:. next election and when the time comes be. Tampa is a growing city and Grove, Fla.: C, P., Bendley, Pa- I Education by Mail are not go h _.
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...: :every man in the county will unite Its Bewspap.,. are all flourishing. latKa na,,; H. M. :Jiatnls BiacKvuie; \\ prices though as to be sufc 01 reaoit
Ho tearing bone to edn ,
or employment get aa : .
S. C.; Miss Pattie R. Lane, Floral ;
in st'etngthe punishment properly administered eatian.Ctilu.onbsparetime iudymgatboeer of most vehicle -,
This item is referred 't 0 Mrs A. DeVane after spending a few City, Fla.; E. J. Johnson Grahamville. Book-keeping: AhUunetie, Ailfetra. Geometry.. .:-Z .(1.: users.. Let naf; quote
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stammuaatartq&aoorea History llJJn
Frank Walpole, of the Manatee Record days in Ocala with her daughter Mrs. Fla.; J. B. Kennedy, Aripejfca, Fla.c ; Tb.ragkliTaaghtbrldafh. TeacfaenaJded you figures.
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,. who has also donned his P. V, Leavengood, has returned eopaaCT"-.InahnnJo.II of tueeeaa Cu 3ogis$
fighting to her A. Stele, wife and boy Nashville, tree.Addict*L 1.IIDI..ES,1'1&tka.FlAe

,' clothes.'. home in Savannah. :i Tenn.; W:I G. Mathls, Irvine Fla. [ LIVERY, PEED & SALE STABLEffljt

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.: THE OCALA BANNER. JANUARY_ 5, '1906. PAGE ELEVEN _

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A MARION COUNTY NO PROSECUTION FOR WALSH. NOTCE.
the FARMER. Ito1ceotat.
secure biggest
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crops of corn, fertii- A party of hunters left Ocala early Shaw Excuses Chicago Banker Because R D FULLER L. F.BLALOCK, VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE t& mC

# Other Bankers Violate Laws. DULLER & BLALOCK. A, undersigned intend to apply to the gover
izers be used Year's nor of the st ite of Florida on the
u must New morning and when in the Chicago Dec. 30.-Secretary of the BANK DEPOSIT
'<- Dentists. 6th day of D.
January j,. ,7906,
berally. Apply at least 500 neighborhood of Mr. Samuel R. Pyles' Treasury _Shaw arrived in this city Over Muuroe & Chambliss Bank Ocala.Fla.R for letters patent on the propped charter copy $5,000 R. R, Fars Paid. Notes : .

of whKh i* hereto attached the sal of taken on tuition. BEST
from Washington and in an Interview otig
plantation .
the the trail
dogs to
>unds to the acrewithh got on .BIGGS. which is on file in the office of the secretary of and cheapest on earth. Don't delay. Writa to- practically declared there would be no :
II' Tollahassee I
staLe Honda GEOaalA-AUBAMABUSIIfESSCOLLEGE.MacaaIe
h of a fox and Mr. Pyles hearing'the --
cent nitrogen 8 crfrninal! prosecution growing out of ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. EMILE VAN ESPEN. I __
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per COLIN *
UYlUF.jfL.
melody of their voices in the
Joined the Chicago National bank and the (Office in Gary-Aguew Block.) o. T. GKEEN. NOTICE. .
available icacid'
;ent. phosphoi chase and remained with the party Home Savings bank of this city.' He OCALA. "- F*.OltlI1. I -- -
The nnd-r igncd do hereby associate themselves Notice; of Application' for Tax Dc
and 9 per cent POTASH. until two of the beautiful fleet footed said: I together as a body corporate uuder the Under Section 8 Chapter 8884 .-:. :
M. THOMPSON.PHYSfCUN. fLaws -
provisions of the
statute laws of the state of I
"John R. Walsh did not take one J e '
POTASH is a most impor- animals had been captured.It FU>n>ia,and io publish the following articles of of Florida. ;
dollar lfbone.st y. He did no more AND :URGEO lucorpetation: Notice Is hereby given that Thomu .2

[ factor in corn culture. was now. the hour of breakfastand than many other bankers in the United Office over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp. Montenrma. ARTICLE L Lawton purchaser of Tax Certificate :'_
rant Xo. 196, dated the 2nd day of June A, : 0

: Our practical books for Mr. Pyles invited all of the gen- -States are doing! all the time. OCALA. FLA.EDWIN The name of this corp>ratron shall be the D, 190*. has filed said certificate i* ,- .:

tlemen to break bread with him and Tte rumor of criminal prosecutionis SPF.NCER. I3TACHTTA PHOSHPATK I OVIPANY The my office and has made application :

farmers for the pnncioJ place ot busl .es. of this corporation I I for tax deed to issue in accordance -:.
are yours : one of the party In relating the incident nothing but talk. There has been shall be at Ocala. Marion county. with such with law. Said certificate embraceti e"I .

Asking-no cost or obligation I to us said that it had been manya no embezzlement or theft. For every ATTIR EY-AT.ljA W, of branch dIrector ofnces as may be adopted by the board I I the following described property sit- ; :

dollar taken out gilt-edged securitywas OCALA. r-8-v. FLORIDA uated in Marion county, Florida to- .
day since he had sat down to so ARTICLE II; '>
wit: Northeast quarter except 34.0f ."

of any sort, and a vast bountiful and excellent a bill of tare: placed within. The depositors K. CHASE. The general nature of the business to be acres, section 23, township 13 south.

will get dollar and when that J transacted Range 2! East, 126 acres. The said
.fund of invaluable information Frcied chicken, eggs homecured ham every by ttis corporation shall be: To -
; has been acomplis&e the responsibilityof DENTIsT, carry ou the business ot mining and prospecting land being assessed at the date of the
splendid coffee hot biscuit and waffles tor phosphate a dd all kinds of minerals and issuance of such certificate in the s -:
in them. thfe ceases. That part OCALA PL other miteruls to erect
government works
plants, ma. name of Thomas James. Unless said -
made fresh
new yrup, fresh. batter .
search
chmery to tor. and
of the banking law prohibiting the prospect mIne certificate shall be redeemed according :
sweet milk and butter milk and other I.. SISTRDNK phosphate and phosphauc miterials and
Address. GERMAN KAU WORKS. loaning of more than 10 per cent of CARLO other mineral sui .tancca, to crush wash, I to law tax deed will issue thereom :

New York-93 Nassau Street, or things too numerous to mention. smelt reduce and otherwise render marketable on the 29th day of January, A. D, -
the capitalization to one man may have ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 1905. .- -
the fame to purchase. lease .
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Atlanta. Oa.-22, So. Broad Street.bt After breakfast the gentlemen were
been violated. That is not a criminal I Room 4, M a"lC Building sell and dispose thereof aid develop the re. [ Witness my official signature and ;
.
< _d> s .wJ'.u 1.2\" sources ot any such mines and property..whetherhfttonEJ.aitatnisCQm.9an.vct seal this the 27th day of December A..

<> -< C. Ze .R."w < < not and luca'ry D. tq ,. .' -
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t tJy $ $$ Zc; 3r- 1 Io $" <$s.w.--c t. ).<$,.1 4.1i..1i.4i:11.t -
tdttl 3t' waXXYmg tn: Vtevc taX, { K t W tye3L tie :t 1nn.S StSt.t''s.' .. {1 :, :
< :(ta New Year Z gfct & I none \y alTaosi em) tatifc. is.covsatiy. t7 7 'isttnu.t t -- t
d\\ { fa : { z.eae3ct h? Jl III T<}} h'Sor i aueS. 1I."tI.6. wpt\t \ 1I.'I\.m.<"tI.\4it i ID73L -- -
ivv aneqlekeal. .
L" forward, onward march! 'i'1ea 1, tThsatTh"1I.1n \\t't',u iv.t'a1.4uu'<- 1 -
twenty-five gobblers yet unsod and Commercial Bank, Ocaia, TI'.m. \)}2n1l'lm1)lVrt \o .t "" evt'tt Yuu" u.1
I I and other guanos. phosphate ivasau of scxia i (, Taxes: are due and parable ja the linl. .

:We bade good-bye to (he old year which will probably be used at the MERRYMAKING NOT STOPPED. j[ __. __ sulphate ammonia and similar substances and I Monday of November each !eRr. :1:

home. The farm Itself was in keeping products. I ITo 2. Personal 1d poll taxes most be paid at tie 7 "' -
with a tear and welcomed the new one :ohnV/hlie&Co. purchase and otherwise acquire build i!: same time that real estate is paid Oil. it asessmeaU *- '-', -
with the home surroundings. This Gardener Was Killed and Several' erect. equip and maintain any mining rights. are to the same party. '
wltH'a: : smile. LOUISVILLE. KY.FURS l.Dds. houses factories, machinery grants { :
gentleman said that it looked more Thousand Dollars Damage Done. I I' Ea\&blilhe41S3T k- rights. privileges, exemptions and property ot 3. If possible come in person to pay YOIIr.

like farming to him than anything he New York Dec. 30 In ignorance of =- any description whether real or personal.. taxes is frequently Faying nasatislaclory.mail or through other psrtiei ,
Atlanta with 60.000 names In her : which may be deemed useful or conducive to "
had seen since he had been Florida. the explosion which had shaken the the attainment ot any ot the objects the company : 4, When you tom \0 pay 'O\1t UTW brvnz % ;.
Jaew directory claims a population of I trivial affair .and to use manage,develop let se 1. exchange description from your deed or latest tax receipt "-
If you want to see how a man can house was more than a or otherwise turn to account or del of what you wish to pay on. I-. -
&nd Hides.
; IS 1,000. farm in Florida. what luxuries he can I the guests of Charles H. Mallory, at 1f eel.. with oradvibdblefor dispose of the same. as may be neces- S. Don wait till last few day of time to pay
the of
I continued -1 1" sary purposes the com then expect the best service either by mail win
surround himself with, and how Inde- Byrarrshore. last night pan)'. person. 1 he ruh is then on and delays are -
Mrs. ,Hattie Agnew of ElIza th. 'I their merriment [t was several hours To acquire any inventions or the right to unavoidable. You must take your turn a* it ;
pendent he can be of all the world go W; are tie sole ajeat for tie csiebratei! use any inventions capable of being used tor comes, ; .
later that learned that in the explosion connected with ot the business
they ISe
t town any parp any
Ky the
greater part
will spend out and visit Capt. Pyles. Genie Earjea Leatisr Go is. flala Farltur or operations of the company. and to acquire orcsuse 6. You must have your property property a- .
t James Mackey, head gardener to be applied for and obtained. any letters sensed if you wish to avoid trouble in paymeatoftaxps. -;.
of the winter at Palm Beach.
Co. 'flle cUtetor oannnt alter ttif vain- -
lost his life and that several thousand :-.--- patent or concessions ot an analogous characterin
How to Cook a Husband.The inspect of any inventions, and to grant anon or description of assessments found on the .>
dollars' worth of damage done. Outlook for Tomato Growers. and issue licenses of tax book. E. L.CARNEY.Tax Collector. :
f I Bad for the use any such inventions -
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Mclvar of Mi- first thing to be done is to catch 10275 a Marion County Ocala Fla.. /
such term and conditions be -
Mr. Mallory.{ who is the head of the The tomato will be late this upon as may
him and while you are about it, try : crop deemed u .hent.
spent last week in Ocala with
aaopy. steamship line of that name, had a spring-if at all-and the probabilityis Toscllorotherw'se dispose of all or any partof
I Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mclver. to be sure that you are getting a good of friends from New York and the business, property and assets of the company NOTICE APPLICATION FOR LEAVE -Y

one. After that a great deal dependson score that if the planters try for a late .and to accept m payment for any prop TO SELLMINOR'SLAND. :

Drookljn for a party and they had jUt than thousand erty sold by the company. or otherwise disposed -
there will be less one
management and on your ot, or for work done. services tendered
Mr. D. N. Chadwick shipped one day your when
l begun to play cards a gas tank trees in Dade county. The outlook moneys expended; shares. stock debentures or IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Tim '-
I NOTICE :
tst monlh 35DD baskets of lettuce val- skill in cooking him. A good husbands i in a greehouse feet from the house obligations ol any other company, and to ho d, December, A D 1905.1 will ao-
a at present is gloomy.Miami News. deal with and disp'se of the same. ply totthe Honorable Joseph Bell county judge .' -
{
>' > )1.1 V>B Tart, .YvYMre'-s <. !,4C(1.Ms .
metl at 52 a basket from' Ms fnnMar j ) I )iew ip.L { To yurchaaeaoJ afrermfeacquir aDd u in and tor Marion county, state of Honda. at '

<, ; < sht have become nicer I L y. i for tire | tate all or any part of the buaiue,a. pr ll der'j, i?u ca ce>atcaiaDsai4 ctfanYy, fcs v& wits
: w' > <> >j'5 S\ 'a t' ..i &iabittieq of nf vt)>er company carrying authorizing me,as guardian ot inc minor, NV1-
'> -q." q < < 2t m. ., < i7 'li".K l' p .Pc >
< : -. "< < < < <
l. f5. n St kk <4 an ; 7.Y'6 scs<<< << <<< .g .2 w} >- i < < R 2 .Ze- < <)e. .3oJ. &J'XJ.2'i g5'9 isx' 54.'Q'O.'t' 'i>>}"S'l \l. > \ "tI.tn'Ul.JI 1\ >-A\c. ,-en.ce&oa.- Q 4 i fi"JdR -

d""t' to begin with So much Jept"nJs i the wfado.s side of the -nome. '. Ts is'si ssarcs scs ttc tat ctcoinoany. n, 1oThToc't % .,'ttha.'vam s-.r ie5' -
returned on
{ one
where :
from Reddick they
'I Fertilizer Co.> of Jacksonville. 11 .r either as t, !fy or partly paid uo, tit : l- ) 7QW7UIDl1 11ft'"1 f1 S) h. S3Tt :

spent a few days pleasantly with relatives .I on the cook you see. j f It brew a servant off his feet and you are needing fertilizers or anything exchange tot any property or fur bans or 01- ::I t":ncy owe{zt)cast.OOUillll2g fort, \4fr an"0 -

Some women keep their husbands. the guests from their seats. haaUonsof any other company or coiporstion more or leSs -
and rienJs.-Gainesville Sun. I 'iI i brought in the fertilizer line you will do whether incorporated in the United states or l Said land belonging to the said minor, tQ t. .

constantly in hot rater, and then get :i i Mackey's .body was found later 105 els-where,having object the same as, or simU sold for the best interest of sad minor lieu -
t\ I : well to figure with them before buy- tar in whole or p 1Tom Watson in Tom "Watson'sMagazine into a stew themselves which doathelp feet from the exptos'on' hy his wife To amalgamate with any other company.-cor n-17 JURY"C. CHAMBERS. Guardiafc. -. i'

"\[ continues to tickle Hearst matters at all. Other women :;! who had gone in search of him. .g. _ poral'on. pannership, widenafeing ov petsoa,
", : I with objects the same as or similar to the objects :
'.and Hearst tickles Tom. Hearst is a freeze them with conjugal coldness; I I The guests though'startled, did not Twenty pounds of sugar for f 1.00 i,f this compaoy any of them.upon any terms ADMINISTR TAOR'S NOTICE -

realise the extent of the accident until the Fair. unoer any conditions or restrictions aud with .
x
- k_. .;-millionaire and Tom Is crawling along. others smother them in a cloud of con- ;' at without guarantees for the perLrmance of -

tention; while still others keep them in : the party broke up. any special obligation of any other perscn or "tOl.ICS IS HEREBY GIVEN TO 'L.

I company, 1.1 persons who.hold claims of at:y kind against :
Miss Grace howell has returnetl to a pickle all the time. Thee women lo promote. establish or procure the incoi- tne estate of James Hatton Howard. late of Marion
I No Ultimatum Sent poratiun of any oimpitn society parto rship I
couaty deceased to presenitbe same fu
Anthony after standing a few days serve up their husbands with tongue ubdertdkiuK. and t>subscribe or take by way .
. raymenl. duly proves to the uudersignea ad- :
i Paris Dec. 30. The foreign office '
of Mr. John seasoned with and vinegar ol purchase. security or otherwise and to offer within the -
Jn Ocala with the family sauce, pepper miui-strstor time prescribed by Jaw
I says no ultimatum has been sent to tor public or private subscription IT to n-g,iMte and in default thereof this notice will be pleaded -
Pasteur. and other sharp and spicy ingre- I the sale of he shares bonds and obligations of IB bar of such payment My postoffice address
Venezuela and considers tae reports any such company or society or undertaking is Grahamviue,FU
dients.
circulated! to that effect are the out and to make any eon tracts,leases or agreements Now 29th, I9 -. The Jacksonville Metropolis says Now it is not to be expected that in relation thereto Administrator oi the estate of James Uittoa
growth of the conferences between Toborroworra'semoney for the purposes of Howard. 12 lit
: that Hon. Johrf N. C, Stockton has husbands can be made soft and ten- the company to create,execute and issue bondsor
,-. Secretary Root and Ambassador Jus- debt ntu,es. stocks; mortgages and other
completed his street paving contract der by such treatment. "Many cooks
serand further instructions instruments [ o beater or therwise. and either
concerning
'm good shape and that the bills.have I spoil the broth" says a well-known redeemable or perpetual] for the securing and NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALt
to be ceut Minister Russell at Caracas. repayment thereot. with or without charge upon
i been audited and paid proveib; but in this case it takes bat alter any ofthe property of the comoany. and
The officials here that the
resumption
say
such terms&s to priority otherwise AND BY
upon or as VIRTUE OK A CERTAIN
one cook to make aU) the mischief. by Venezuela of diplomatic relations T..r...>ef'aU P.Ut..w lau..l'.n.. the company shall tntuk fit UNDER rendered by t he Honorable W Sr

Stuart B. harris of Citra, was the Cooked with pepper and vinegar, or lUlls 11. .f say .tI.r p.ke pat.ri. Tluall. To lend, i-ivest and d-at with money of the I Bu'kck judge ot the circuit court of the fifth .
with the French charge d'affaires, aoI' .t thd Y7S! .Kt&r.oCJ" tuptuji. company hot immediately teqaired. upon such ju
guast of his cousin, Frank Harris Jr. frozen stiff husbands are sure to be- M. Taicny. is essential as preliminary Me.U'. Ma.'Th Qii.a. ..f 'a.ltiell).. security or without ufity,and in such mauner ch'ncer for Marin county in a cert-tin came
..r..Cr1b.llla."..'.t.., LiS::. N.prs. 0.. as from time to time may be detennmc-a prnding therein wherein James E. Chace i*
He returned to Citra Friday. He attends come hard and tough and altogether considering the other questions in y.rs' ....lO'p.III .u...)..II:ft CCI '. La.. To raise money upon loans or otherwise for complainant and.\cnie M. (.hiodler and Jitnrr

school in Asheville N., C., andi unpalatable. So Is the cook herself. dispute.- .aJ..b". .S .e.at.,dO.CM4. Jb.sryII.N i.dty.I1y 4r5ctsMcC&il PatVrn. the purposes of the company W. Chdnaler are f'efendan s, s>id decree beiag
To mke, accept, eu-lorw and execn'e promisspry rendered on th: t8th day 'o( November A, B.

spending his Christmas vacation at It the husband is cooked p-operly he I nola A.._..,...W..lt... Patt.i. HuO.ssss.ii CIt&SIgVCI( ". di.in. a1..Ii notes. bills of exchange aud other ne 1905. I will offer for sale and will sell to the

the "Mansion." with his mother, Mrs. will become a ery delicious morseIt SciiTit'fic: Association Meets. .) .,4 'rCOhh"l CalMlf" (.h..c 4'11 ""u"') jroliable insiruoiects.lo highest and best bidder for Ct'h. at public ot-i
t I t.B 1 1*,.. AUM Till UeCALL CO.h.* is&k. purchase construct ha..e own and operate cry before the court house door (south)in < caU, -
3. S, Harris- something that It is handy to haveIn New Orleans Dec. 30.-The fifty- steam vessels ant other rrat, or nut or tram llan'.n county. Florida between the legal how ,-
road or canals f<> purposes of us own bust ot sate on the first Monday in January. A Q.
the houj-e all the while. This id the I ninth auntral meeting of the American STOCKHOLDER'S M ETINC. nr's. but not as a common cairier.: having none 1906; to-wtt: -

1I1s'J Shelly Souter has l>.en at way to do it: I association! for the !'advancement of of the nguts and pnvileges of common carriers. Jaaariisltuo6,
it or none of the duties obligations or liabilities of

Rumterville during the past week. Get a large jar.not a "family jar;" 1 science has opeed here with about 30> The annual meeting of the stockholders common carriers the folio wing real property svutte hing .ai
To d> all such other things' as are incidental being in 4anoticou.ity. Klonoa to-wif
he went flown especially to be i'resent there have been too many of those delegates] registered. Among tho=e of the Ocala Foundry and Machine or conducive to the ut8iuniento,of the objects or Lotsthree3) aud four (4) of block twentyeinht .

I of national au. of them above named which may be conveniently ((2Hof) Old purvey of Ocala exocpuag
the marriage of her college :.TP men and
at 1 used in the previous way of cooking present many works will be held at the office of the cauit-l on aud done in connection forty (40)) feel e..st and wot bv Mrventy-twa(11a -

friend, Miss Cora Knight to Mr. Sid- most likely. Bat get a 1 irge jar the internal"oaal prominence. The first company in the city of Ocala Fla., on therewith wh'ch may be calcuHted to d'rectly feet noith and south m the southwest correr
o* lot three 13), or *> much thereof -
I ',r indire>'enhance the value. or rendtr profitable a? may t
l in the
Temp'e
ney Herlong. '! jar of caiefulneso and gentleness general *fsscn occurred Wednesday, 10th January, 130S, any business property of the company. necessary to satisfy said decree ?nd costa -
Siai/; where former CocsressmanC. I. W UUVlL .
l'lace your husband in this and stand at 11 o'clock a. m. for the election of ARTICLE III Special Mjst'r in Chancery. : -
/ Mr. Slayden.Fakes. who has been F. F\ck in behalf of the governor; AU.RED & DAVIS.Solicitors .
j it near the the of conjugal !o\e. Keep officers and transaction of other busi- The amount ot the caoi al steel: authorizedby for ,.'
In Ocala for the past six werfj y lookIng Mayor Fehrman and President Craiar the corporation will be thirt .housdaddolla.s : ComJaiainl 12 ;
1 hot but not as to be
the tile tuite so ness. .
divfl-d into thiee hundred and bf
heie. head of Tulane university, made j. y Above sale has been postponed to .
after his f th'r property ,
of value hundred dollars
uncomfoi table. Abe_ all let it bum N. W. HARISON snares the par "t une { -
I. dresses of welcome. per share. payable 1-twfulmonev of th- United Monday Feb. 5, 1904. -
; to his home. in Asheville -
Returned clearly, and let it burn Meadily. not CHAS. VI THOMAS Pres. .te>. the same to be Dun-a,t's08ble and to be L. W. DUVAL -

& CH Friday. lIe has put the old I flashing into a scorching blaze at one Sec. 1-3-lt i"-:1ed when the moiity thereior has been paid Special Master in Chancery.ADMINISTRATRIX :
Ut'tonccous for 26 Days. into the treasury _
: home place into excellent shape and
at another. Cover -
leased time and smouldering San Antonio, Tex.. Dec. CO. -Tibur- L ARTICLE IV. 'S NOTICE OF FINA -,"
the to Mr. Keel.
has same
[ your husband with affection and TIMBER LAND ACT JUNE 3, 1378.- DISCriARGE. T
cia Rocha, after being unconscious !udays The term for which tni company shall exist
him with the spices of pleasantry NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.United --
garnish his at the hospital sh4ll be ninety nine years.
opened eyes rt
3 At the governor's mansion XewYear' IB County Judge's Court Mirion County
and ariety. It will not be amissto
Governor and:told a tale of assault and attempt ARTICLE V tbrida. la Ke Ktate "f J. f, Edwarda. -
-I $ day called to wish ? r
many -
States Land Office. Gainesville
add to the dish kisses and other Deceased.
to cut out his tongue. The men namedby 'The business ofttmcorporitkra shall be con.
and Mrs, Broward a happy New Fla.,. Dec. 18, 1905. 'OITIC IS HEREBY GIVEN TO AU.
confections mixed with a sufficient him are under arrest, charged with ducl( by a president.vice premdent, w.lo shall .1
i Year. A family dinner and a drive and also be general manager. secretary and treas- whom may concern that on thf :
portion of secrecy, prudence and mod- assault to murder. Rocha was foun.l NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN u,er. both of whkri offices mat be held by the 1st day it/J** .. U. /ve6. -

a bubble party for the children were "sweeties"of compliance with the provi- same person if desired, and by a board of five
eration. Just enough of the unconscious a month ago. and his life diitcturs of whom the the undersigned wiU apply to the Uoi._ Joseph -
president. president
the days pleasures.-Talla- vice Bell,judge ot said court as ju<1ge trf probate,
among dessert but not sions of the act of Congress of June and treasurer fhall be members
life to make a nice was for days despaired of His assail. -crctaty for fa tinal discharge Adouuisiratnx of the
1 hassea Capital 3. 1878. entitled "An act for the sale Allofsai.t officers of said corporation shall be .
estaie 01 J. H Edwards aeceased and at the
Now if
All
the appetite. he asserts.
ants jealous are
enough to cloy were stockholders th' rein. and all of said officer
of timber lands in the States of California same time I wiu prevent to side uri my final
shall be elected by the stockholders at heir annual '
your husband is rather tough and Mexicans. uccounu- admiuitratrux uf sad estate. aa4ask
Mr. D R Mclver returned Wednesday Oregon, Nevada and Wash- meeting to be held on the nr"t Tuesday in ror their appoval. _
hard to manage. just try this method March of each year
D ued this Nov 28 A D -
noon from Center Hilt where he ington Territory as extended to all Colin Campbell Willie r. shill be president; 1995 -

i vas called Tuesday to embalm the of cooking him and see what will hap- Are Settling spute.: the Public Land States by act of Aug- Fmile Van I' pen Coha shall be vice present aoaStnenl As Administratrix Ksute o D,J c. 1'EDWARDS.. dwtrda. de. -
minager; C. Wyllie jr., shill be
pen. New Dec. SO.-A cable dIspatch ust 4 1892 John D. Robertson of erased u a 6a
body of Mr A. D. Thompson who died York secretary and treasurer,ai.d with Henry Korta
and O. shall -,t lute the first board ----- -
from Caracas, Venezuela says Ocala county of Marion State (or T..Gree'i :on --- -
: at that place. The remains were shipped pi directors; all of sat I officers to be contiuned
Florida the Best State in the Union. that the visit of courtesy to President Territory). of Florida, has this day filed in office and ex nauct the business of the corporation NOTICE 'PUBLICATION- -
to New York for burial. the election aud of [
until
in this office his sworn statementNo. qualification I
Oastro of Mr. Bax-Ironside. British th"ir sucessors at iht first electw to be held Department of the Interior Land Office at

Florida has ten million acres today minister to Venezuela, is resulting in 354, for the purchase of the East under the proiisioosof article. Gainesville KU, N.v 2* 1505. -

More important Ocala than the one-half of the Southeast one-quarter. ARTICLE Vf I \TOTUK is HER .BV GIVEN THAT THE -: -
for sale that are most admirably a settlement of the dispute with Grea- The highest amount indebtedness or liabil- Ltollowirg named settler has filed notice of r
Panama canal is the canal to Silver
adapted to the business of poultry Brit in. Northwest Quarter of Southeast quar- it' which his corporation shall at an. time his jiitviranon tu make final proof in support of -
Springs. The accomplishment of that I -- ter and Northeast quarter of Southwest subject itself shall be thirty-five thousand dol- bu claim &n-t that .aid proof will be made he-
farming. The climate offers exceptional _ lars. tore Clerk Circuit C'-urt at C enterprise will make Ocala a great Inland quarter of Section So. 5. i*> ARTICLE VII.
here the Jaqlthiiy 6. 19 <.
since expense -
advantages Stock Brokers Assign. Township No. IS S. Range No. 20 Rand The names of lh> subscribers to these arucles
city.
viz Sou; .yl
Joseph h.
: Summtrsjld. rla.HJ N
artificial heating is not necessary are a. lolU'ws nil their places of rtsideice is *
of Boston DEC 30.-H. R. Leighton will offer proof to show that the se opposite e-tch aame. together with the 2 46,1. southeast quarter of southwest q .anran

The absence of Chas. A, Choate front and food is easily and cheaply & Co., stock brokers.of this city assigned land sought is more valuable for its amount of stock subscribed for by each Shares of .! southwest township qua't 17 south of southeast, range 23 quarter tat section

the Tallahassee True Democrat even grown in connection with the business. today for, the benefit of credi timber or stone than for agriculturalpurposes Name. Residence (Capital stock He names the oUowio"witne*>e.to prove his

-% this land is equally fit, but the and to establish his claimto Culin C W vllie.jr. I ondoii England i siiarEmleVan'fcspea < coDtinuoJS residence upon aad ctthivauou of
for a brief period is a loss to the entire All tors. The liabilities: are stated to ba l'aIi. t'r Qct. 54S.Iftrcs. said land vii Dew tl Smith ol Oxford, Fla.

newspaper fraternity,* but is a relief cost would vary in proportion to trans $500,000. The rising market is saidto said land before Clerk Circuit courtat 0. T Green Ocala Florida share Pack Morer at Summ r6rld Pta Sam Morerof

suumtrfield ir'la R, 1) Morer of s u noierWG -
to the administrationhRh verifies portation facilities-access to trunk be the general cause of the suspen Ocala. Fla., on Witness the >igoature of the sub. riw'ag incorporator fvld 1'1. >

Monday, the 26th day of Feb., 1906.I *, <*
.. U 1 ROBINSON .
Register.NOTICE.
!f I the adage that it is an "ill wind that lines being "possible for every acre.Since sion. EMILE VAX ESPEN,

: 2 blows good to the business Is one of the most I He names as witnesses: Three hundred and forty eight shares

\ no : W. L. Brooks, of Holder Fla. COL1V C. WYLLIH. JR.one snate -
:: e.n'I: I I profitable in the country requiringlittle O T GREEN one share, .
For Election of Judiciary. W L. Brooks, of Holder Fla. S'ateof Florida

Hon. A. S. Mann who has done I capital why is not Florida being Jackson.: Miss.. Dec. 30-A constitu- S. P. Potter of Ivernesa Fla. Marion county

more work for the building of good settled? The only reason is that few I hcieby certify that before ne personally appeared In the Circuit Court of the Filth Judida'Jmait.f
Fla-
tional amendment providing for an S. S. Savage ot Ocala. COlin c vtyllie jr. and fcmilc Via Florida in and for Manon County.* Chancery
-
roads, than any dozen men in the know of these advantages. and the elective judiciary s>stern. applicableto Any and all persons claiming adversely ksprn and O T Green each of whvtm arc to Arthur Lewis. Complainant vs. Elizabeth

- :- 'ViJnIted States Is a guest at the Ocala knowing few have a sna .-TimesUnion. supreme judges, circuit judges and the above described lands are me the well foregoicg known articles as the of person incorporation who subscribed and each to Lewis Defendant Service-Order for Constructive -

'Quse The requested to file their claIms in this of whom acknowledged before me that he :
: man who builds good chancellors, will be offered at tne Jan- signed the said aiti'les of incorporation as one 13 ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDAW1

tad Is a benefactor to his state and tiiry session of the legislature. office on ,or before said 26th day of of the subscriber to said articles and each of a. herein named. to wit: Elizabeth Lewis oe aad
ihe La
hereby required to U the
appear > bill ol
7 'especially the interior portion of it. If you are on the water wagon stayon i,I February 1906. before said subscribing me that be corporators had subscribed acknowledged for the complaint tn this causeD or before .

it-don't jump off and be sure not I| W. G. ROBIXSOX Register. amount capital stock set opposite his name Mondayt thesth y cfFebruatf, ..D. tpA

Youth Charged with Forgery. i! This notice must be published oncea I further certify that I am a dul) commissioned It is further ordered that a copy of(his order "
Leitner Lee came down from Jacksonville I to fall off. and that commission
notarY u such -
public my be published once a week for eight
Dec. 3E. 0.Kirk patrick week for nine consecutive weeks in consecutive
Atlanta official force and does not
I I is now in expire un weeks lathe Ocala Banner a
and will be with the O. K, newspaper published
a youth, was arrested at tie Neal a newspaper published nearest the til the 91 h nay of September. A. U 1909.Is in said county and state
: grocery during the absence ofIr... The only thing pious about the witness whereof I b>ve hereunto set my Thia Mth, dayoIov.tgo.
& teak corner of Broad and Walton land and must also be posted in a hand and affixed my official seal this the jnd (seal) S SISTRDKK.

: w .Howard Clark; In Tex s. Mr, Pr IL Jacksonville Metropolis is its daily street Thursday morning by police officers conspiculous place In the land office day ol December 1905. EDWIX SPENCER, CletfeOroiit Court

Morris is also assisting at this gro- scripture quotations. for the same period. %-!! I I T. B. BIGGS Marion County lfComplainants
on the charge of forgery. [SEAL } Notary Public Sohcitor bj H C. istruaku.i. S ;,_

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_: -- t v A Fish Story From Texas. "ff""i'i"'T"'t"'J'I I "f" f " "f" f f f f '

4 er,In Joe his Lawrence_long career has as not an oyster infrequently sell- i f "f" f "f f "f" f f" f f f f" 1 ;

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-: found small pearls, but this week he I ,. .
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: made an unusual discovery while prying ::: ,
c ': : : :' : :<''11' : '
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open bivalves, for customers, seated ; c, ; )
: at the counter in front of him. ABE ; ', ...... :,
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: In a well-rounded oyster shell- with t THE. r JAKEV "
j
nothing in outward appearance to Indicate --- ,
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a phenomenal interior, a live --t/
fish was found. There was no oyster .! II ........ t'
\.
and the fish exactly fitted the space

the oyster had evidently once occupied.As --tI/II .

the oysters had been on ice, the

fish was cold and, seemingly lifeless, POT CROGRY

but after being examined for a few $
moments it fluttered its tail. Water

'- was procured and soon it became lively

enough a.nd is still alive.It .
,
is striking .(in 'appearance, anda .
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number of old fishermen as well as .h .
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his customers are unable to classify I 1

it. It has an artistic fin that runs 4 -
-41S
from Its nose along "its backbone to "..,
the end of its talL Other markingsare ---

also unusual It is believed to be : ...
-':-. .,.:..
; a deep sea species that lives entirely I -....
among the rocks or oyster shells on
the bottom of the deep. I : 4t'f: !Ii(
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Many theories are advanced as to ; -'f

how the fish supplanted the oyster. -- ,

Some believe It was taken by the oys- 0 : ...... :"
ter when the fish was much smaller
than now, and that it grew, killed the I I.. -'::' -....-..-

oyster and fed upon it, and continued I'' .
to increase in- size until it filled the I ," t ___
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j .". ... .......
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:. entire cavity. Its period of growingwas I .
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at an, end for there was no additional ; : --- -
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space for it to occupy. One man ,; --- lI
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advances the theory that the oyster ,- .' -' i '..-.1 -' ,. .
admitted a fish egg into its shell and f
,' that it hatched and produce dthe present 4 .... i
fish. 4 ', ,- .......... '
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The oyster In question was a prod4 .:' .

uct of Berwick Bay and was one of a ,. : ,'" --
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large shipment just received in Hous- : ; '. '
ton.-Houston,. (Tex.) World. --

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Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Abso .: f ,, -

lutely Harmless.The ; '" .....
fault of giving children medicine .
containing injurious substances, : : '
is sometimes more disastrous than the : .
disease from which they are suffering. CI !
Every mother should know that
,
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is perfectly \
safe for children to take. It ; '
contains nothing harmful and for :: ::- :, '
coughs, colds and croup Is unsurpassed. .. ,
For sale by all druggists. m .
; ';';,;' -4J
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Leesburg Growing Active and AmbiG E : '

-tious. WE WISH YOU':: I\ :

4 By a vote of 52 to 10 the electors :
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of Leesburg have carried a bond election : ,

t : to raise $8,000 for improvements .. i '
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on the city's water front. The Im- ; "
mediate work and contemplated ,
purpose c -
r A ----
is the opening of deep and -;' c'r': .. ::::
il; broad canals with basins for steamers .

to turn in, from Lake Harris and ::,'
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Lake Griffin up to the center of the ,:' --cD
I
} town. At the basins wharves and ill .......

waiting rooms will be built, and the .

streets leading to the basins will be : '

mercial.graded and paved.-Leesburg Com .. HAPPY' NEW YEAR : ; t

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Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the Best
Made. ?
4 "In my opinion Chamberlain's Cough : J
Remedy Is the best made for colds" I
,.: says Mrs, Cora Walker of Porterville ,
California. There is doubt about 7 -
.. no '
its being the best. No other will cure : }:- :>. 2: 1::
a cold so quickly. No other is so sure -
a preventive of pneumonia. No other .
is sa pleasant and safe to take. These f ;-<
_
are good reasons why it should be S'i i
preferred to any other. The fact is :- ':/: _::" -':,, -
that few people are satisfied with any : :::

other after having once used this rem. : -. -- _., -...
edy. For sale by all druggists. m ,'
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a A Pensacola Mystery. .. ?i: .i ',;:, :, =3

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,2- But a few times in the history of .- ,. !, \; ':( ; :;: .
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this old city has there been so much : : :.:,"';..:...:-:.tf.<. -;.J'-._ -:-", ": '-:.:''.- _
of seemingly impenetrateable mystery
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surrounding one affair at one )
time as has suddenly come over the ..- \i : :] ,

,big ten-cent store on Palafox street. :: .
'"-" .jNY"E .........
Who TC.tfo.wl the safe? Who set are .. '
to the store? and where is the manaXa \ ::

; 7i m"q1)'t''t' S .",. .. \ "
< ; ; i
b c't, 1 SSS uc
S\xeisltv ?tuv\ some ot them see "

': guessing wlih Intense ea.mes'mess.- ...= ., ._. ,l' ." -..-..
Pen.la letvs, J > ;; ,
..- \ ti, ._ ,, ,.<. .< :,:: : :

Stomach Troubles '-y --/ rt :..
and Constipation.'Chamberlain's ..., ,
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{ Stomach and Liver -
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Tablets troubles are and the constipation best thing I for have stomach,ever ; :' <.

sold" says J. R. Cullman a druggist -. ;t; ; : j
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of Potterville, Mich. They are easy tq .
take and always give satisfaction. I I. ,
tell my customers to try them and it ... ;("- ...
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nut satisfactory: to come back and set ... '
their money, but have never had a t. .
: complaInt.:. For sale by all druggists m ;: : .. =3

kY ,:J : -- ____
The 'fact that Senator I :: "
Depew got .

no flowers: on the opening day of con .. ;; .tC _: I: -

gress does not indicate that the people I !" I

I have forgotten him. A contemporary ::- .
calls attention to the _rules of the sen.. ... "

ate which prohibits the throwing of ...: V WV.- :
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ancient eggs and things.-Tallahassee ...- ;-,''' .- c'.' ,' _--
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Capital ..: :'- >.- ........
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A western paper says "no woman : _...
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ever looked like a goddess in a dress.. ..- -
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that to worry about There are a lot t ::- -

of goddesses that might improved __- .' r ., -. .' .......
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Jn appearance if they looted more like -- ,- u ... -- .... .
'W ut\1en. .
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The w le architecture of nature is ::: -- '
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the result of oorelation and unity. __i T -< 'I t .
The individuality! 0- t.. P0T -. .-
of all things i$ seen I = '
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only in -
collectivismQnly! in the great I. :: "' 5
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wholeness of things.-4'c5. Edgar .... 't.
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An agreeable movement of tha ow- .. .....
without .
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