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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala 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 12, 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 )
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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).
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t', VOL.40, NO. 31. ,, OCALA, FLORIDA: FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1906.. OXE DOLLAR A YEAR

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; VERDICT OF MANSLAUGHTERIN I OCALA BAR ENTERTAINED.Hon. .


,", ,' 'A'f' ,, ', 4 THE THOMPSON CASE. R. B. Bullock Gives Elegant Card \ WE WATCH L

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: Saturday Was
Afternoon-Jury
r .. :. On Friday evening Hon. RaymondB. Our Customers. .

r : ,.>" ,"" ...', .00. .' _' : Only Out Two Hours. I, Bullock gave a very elegant stag
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-Selection i party In compliment to the membersof Help Join *
"i The third trial of J. Shaw Thompson '
; the Ocala bar. I II I
. : of Citrus county for the killing I MUNROE & CHAMBLISS 4-
', .Of :Mr. Bullock's home on South Third I ,
'. .': of J. M. Tillis, was concluded late BANKERS.OCALA
street was prettily decorated for .
[. Saturday afternoon after a very very I

strenuous legal battle of four day's this pleasant affair and he proved I = FLORIDA. 'I
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q iw' 'FlNE CHINA duration. himself to be a very pleasing admir- _

The case has excited intense interestin able and cordial host. -- -- ,--

Citrus county and a great many As the gentlemen arrived they were FOR THE BUILDING !

'.k : I witnesses were in attendance. served to a glass of very delicious OF A NEW COURT HOUSE. r'I "
a (Haviland Piece
on Every ) Mr. Thompson, the defendant lives punch by Harry and Raymond Bullock !

<:;' on a game preserve neat the Chassa- sons of, the host. The punch County Commissioners and Citizen's i iIli I RINGS
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To be had at thePostofficeDrug I.
..',' :I whiska swamps and Mr. Tillis was a bowl was placed in the front hall and Advisory Committee Meet at Armory

member of a hunting party and it Is this exquisitely flavored beverage was ,

: claimed that he got lost from his par- served at various times during the and, Adopt Important I
Resolutions.The II
Store and approached the Thompson resi- I
i ty evening and fragrant cigars were pass-
dence in attempting to find his wayback I We Have Now in Stock
ed.The county commissioners and advisory ,
__ to the camps t>J Ms comrades, : first part ol the evening from the Most

: I II I and that }5r. Thompson was put ED : eight to ten o'clock was devoted 1c/1D cora.mtt.tee: Held a. specfa.1 end : Complete Lfoe of
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|: SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, Mr., A. H. Goo e. of the Ocala Foun- :,notice that the man had been lost, and : playing of progressive whist. There important meeting at the armory in i RINGS that Can Be
Found
& ., ; Local Editor. dry and Machine works has returned if he should see him to direct him the were three tables and the games were Ocala }Monday morning to devise ,,,

____= to Ocala after spending the holidays way to the camps, but instead of do- exceedingly interesting and exciting, ways and means an dto adopt plans Anywhere. .

ky If:' with .relatives at Augusta, Georgia. ing so he wantonly shot and killed When the scores were counted it was for the building of a new courthouse.A11 I I

! ,- tlSPPEWNGS' ABOUT TOWS.Mr. I ,& him. The presumption is that Thompson I found that Editor Harris, had vanquished the commissioners and quite a I r, Call and See Them.

L : Mr. J. M. Hillman, of Silver Springs, thought that Tillis had an idea the entire bar, having. won number of the advisory committeewere

'jft. whlttvo has to I was a visitor to Ocala Friday and. that he ,Thompson) was distilling twelve games the highest score made. present, besides quite a numberof S Si I _
__ W. H. gone I .
?' I was an interested spectator at the moonshine liquor and was hunting To him was presented the prize a citizens who were interested In the I
Pure Food
Jacksonville to attend the I II
/*', a I Standley and company's aUftion.I around for the still, and that it Incensed handsome burnt wood collar and cuff movement but were not members of II
;: exposition. 4Ifl
LL: him and the shooting was the box, the artistic work of one of the the commitee. I

|; We regrt to learn, that Mr.' EdwardS I Citra was well represented in Ocala result. Mr. Thompson and his friends: young; daughters of the host. The Quite a number of architects of well 'I I

'Jj. McIntosh continues to be quite ill Il''riday. among the visitors from that state_ that this man did not approachthe "booby" prize -a silver tooth pick wentto known. reputation were also present.viz (

tr.. in Alabama.' I city, being Mr. J. B. Borland, Mrs. house where the light was burn- Mr. Biggs, who had come out at ; H J, Klutho, of Jacksonville; s >

f Perry and Mr. Sherouse jr. ing as a man who had lost his way the end.- of the line. Frank W. Milburn, of Columbia S. C. :

I. '' .r. S. H. DUtch and his daughter, would have done but on the contrarywas The climax to this delightful enter- Andrew J. Bryan, of New Orleans and 4

Miss Sue Barco went out to Cotton prowling on the premises near his tainment the splendid Frederick Ausfield, of ..
$; Miss. Legie DUtch, of Blitchton, were was supper. Montgomery.Ala Fred 0. B. Weihe
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r. )Jn the city Friday. Plant Sunday to spend a few. days with stable with a gun in his hand, and Seated around the attractively decora- ,. and Pensacola, Fla. ,

", her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. that when hailed he refused to givea ted table were fifteen members of the After considerable discussion and I =
I The Jeweler
:" 'Miss Eddie Pooser went down to Newcomb Barco satisfactory explanation of his bar and the editor of this paper. A preliminary work and remarks from Fx

, Leesburg Friday afternoon ,to visit conduct and indeed failed to make supper of five courses was bounti- quite a number of the advisory committee L .J
Mr. E. W. Edwards of Valdosta. Ga..
friends for a few days. any explanation at all, that Thompson fully served, the menu including and members of the Board of

t::. and Mr. Edwards, of Lakeland, came warned him that if he did not givean among other delicacies, Florida oys- commissioners, a resolution was final- '
(; I II Ocala to attend the of their !! Court
to funeral
Circuit
*. Yr. 'T. J. O'Hara one of.the most account of himself or leave the ters, stewed and fried, wild turkey ly adopted declaring that it was the Proceedings.
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brother-in-law, the late Sands A.
.t- .' prominent. turpentiners of the county, premises he would shoot him, that he (duck, and quails, asparagus on toast, sense of! the.commisioners and the ad- I .

t'," was in Ocala Friday. I Standley had ample time to have left but refused vegetables, fruits, nuts, fruit cake, visory commitee that an entirely new I'I All day Monday was devoted to' the' ''

I -' w- to do so, and when warned coffee cigars, etc. building be erected at a cost of not less trial of the case 'of William Stirs. a ,
,returned Mr. J. B. Borland, of Citra )lr.
t'" liiss Bessie Leavengood sought\ the protection of a tree and While the supper was in progress than $30,000 and not more than $55- colored fireman, against the Seaboard -
' John 1... Lewis, of Moss Bluff, :Mr. S. ,
\, home Friday afternoon from a visit when he reached it told Thompsonto pleasing reminiscences and fascinat- Air Line railway for damages. _.
H. Gaitskill, of McIntosh, Mr. L. S. 000.Mr.
to friends at Kendrlck.Mr. fire and he did so. This is a brief ing stories and jokes on the assembled L. S. Light, of Reddick, offeredthe Stirk was a fireman on this J'Cld'at "
\\ Light, of Reddick, members of the cit- '
statement of the case. guests were related causing much resolution. the time of a collision near Wildwood ;

-' Jack. Harrison, of York, izen's advisory committee, ,were in The lawyers began the argument of laughter and amusement It was indeed Mes Milburn, Klutho and Bryan, s
Ocala .
i il ant Mr. C. Y. Miller, of Leroy, were I I Monday.Mr. the case at 9 o'clock Saturday morn- a feast "fit for a king," and it architects, addressed the meeting,,and Mr. L. T. Izlar is Sttrk's attorney

among our visitors on Friday. ing and did not finish until :5 o'clockin was not until after twelve o'clock that they and others were requested to be and Mr. L. N. Green is attorney for "'
Fred Gaskill dent down to Cand-
-- I the afternoon.It the banquet table was deserted.The present on \\Wednesday, the 7th day of ,II the railway company. Quite a number -
iI ler Saturday afternoon. After remain-
:Mr. James A. Badger of Old Town. was our misfortune not to heat evening was an entirely convivial February, next, and submit plans and of witnesses were examined and a
I ing there for a few days he will go to '
f ."as'a visitor here Friday attendIng the opening speeches of Colonel T. P. one and was thoroughly enjoyed. specifications for the erection of a special stenographer was engaged\
Green Springs, near Tampa, to spend
\ the Standley auction sale. Lloyd, of Inverness,' for the prisoner, Mr. Bullock's guests were Messrs.R. court house building conforming to the taking the testimony. The evidencewas
. several weeks recuperating.Mrs. .- -
.". and acting'states attorney, E. W. Davis L. Anderson H. I.. Anderson, R. plans and resolutions adopted all submtlted and Major Izlar

\I { Mr., T. J. Gilmore and family, of of this city, for the state, but .\. Burford, J. H. Bell L. S. Beck, T. Of course complete details will be made his opening speech before the
Ed. Carmichael and Mrs. Su-
1 North Carolina are in Ocala and are those who heard them state that both E. Biggs, L. W. Duval C. L. Sistrunk, given out by the board of county com- adjournment of the court. The case
san Cates, of Waynesboro, Ga., who
:' guests of'Mr. and Mrs. A. P Gilmore. efforts were very fine. W. i:. Zewadski, E. W. Davis, William missioners to all architects competing will be concluded today.
has been her guest for several weeks
Mr. R. 1... Anderson was the leading Hocker, O. T. Green, L. N. Green, for the work. I( The next .case on .the civil docketIs
have gone to Jacksonville and St. Aug-
Miss Pansy Souter returned to her ustine to spend a short while counsel for the defense and spoke Frank Harris and Hon. Thomas Palmer The feeling at the meeting was that of J. W, -Crosby against the ;.

studies in Gainesville Friday after more, than' three hours, and his sPf"f'Ch of Tampu. unanimously, in favor of the building, A. C. L. railway. Mr. Crosby's: little ,

spending the holidays in Ocala and at is recognized by all who listened to it of a new court houseand there is daughter Ethel was' injured at Dua-
Miss Grace Hatchell returned home
Aftthony. ,as a great and finished production. It The Silver Tea at Mrs, Hocker's. every reason to believe that the same nellon several :rears ago by having
Monday afternoon from Gainesville }
: was clear, concise and logical. Every will soon be done and it will not belong her foot crushed by the train, and he .
I ; where she spent a delightful week as ,
Mrs. Clifton Camp, who has spent and harmonizedwith afternoon from three to
gesture' corresponded Saturday before Marion county can pointto Is suing the road to recover damages. '
cousin Mrs.
the guest of her JamesM.
oj r the past several weeks with .relatives Dell. his utterances and; every word five o't lock the young Women's Missionary a court house that will be as substantial This case will be begun today.

r" in this city returned to her home, at chosen carried force and weight withit. Society of the Baptist church and ornamental a building as i i Mr. R. L. Anderson, leading: council ,: '

",-'- -Sarasota Saturday. Mis. M. D. Turnipseed and children Mr. Anderson's friends were, par- gave a silver tea at the charming can be constructed for the amount in the Sh,w Thompson case, is preparing -- ,,

}- ticularly pleased with his handling of home of Mrs. William Hocker on Ock-
returned to their home Monday named.StrayedOne. :i a motion for a new trial which .

, Messrs. Munroe and McDonald, of after a visit in Ocala. with Mrs. Tur- the case and he was congratulated by lawaha avenue It was a very pleas rill be spread upon the docket and
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tho. naval, stores firm of Munroe nipseed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. many, and asa forceful, finished and ant gathering and an unusually large gray mare strayed argued before the court either today or

I |: : McDonald, were prominent visitors to P, Leavengod.Mr. impressive speaker Increased the reputation -: number were present. Receiving the from Fairfield un December 28, is tomorrow.

''i; Ocala Friday he already enjoys. guests with Mrs. Rocker were Mrs.E. about 5 feet '6 inches high, blind in

lion Thomas Palmer, of Tampa, V. Hood, Mrs. C. C. Carroll and left eye. Information leading to recovery I Buy yuur Fertilizer, or' Fertilizer
W. C. Marsh, formerly connected ,
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t. Bessie Reddick, of Chester, SI'
Mrs. closed the case for the state. He Miss Hattie Moody, of Memphis, Tenn., will be rewarded. Gold Haines, materials of Lang. Swartz & Co, ,
C.. arrived in Ocala Saturday to spend with the Winter Garden Ricochet agents for the Sanders Fertilizer Co..
enjoys the reputation of being ,one ol Baptist Missionary to Cuba. Martin, Fla. 1-12-2t Jacksonville. Fla.
and other is in the city
newspapers
several weeks with her cousin, Mrs.
I the best criminal lawyers in the Music was rendered during the af- I -- i
W. V. Newsom. and has accepted a position with this -, -........
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state and most effective before a jury, ternoon and Miss Moody gave a'ery
paper. He will assist Mr. P. H. Gil-
and his speech here Saturday made interesting and pleasing talk on her
S' Mr. and Mrs. George K. Robinson lenin. the Job department.Mr .
; plain why he enjoys this reputation. work as a missionary and the mis-
ri returned home Sunday from Jacksonville < WRITENOW '
He is much more impulsive and Impassioned sionary field in general. She is an
where they spent a few days B. F. Dutton and party of eigh-
v than Mr. Anderson and had attractive speaker and her talk was
very pleasantly. teen from Pmehurst, N. C., passed
given this case thorough study and much enjoyed.In ,
"1!" through Ocala Friday in a private -1/j/ For Our NewCATALOG
great preparation and used all the the dining room sandwiches: and
Jtr. Isaac 'Stevens accompanied hisr Pullman car oji their way: to Homo-
powers at his command to convincethe coffee and candies were served. The
small_ grand daughter Elizabeth Stevens sassa to spend a couple of months fish- '
jury that a wanton and unprovoked table was, wry pretty in its adorn- R. a ; '
ti to her, home at High Springs ing and gunning.Mrs. t
murder had been committed andit ment of violets'and beautiful china. >

":,, Monday of Bellf Aiew, was their duty 43 jurors to see Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk poured the coffee '
-. M. E. Washbuin,
-' Mr. E. C. Smith was called to Homosassa and her mother, Mrs. Mary E. Mc- that the good name and reputation of and the others assisting in the U !g I ; Pages Illustrated :" :

Y. the state did not suffer. dining room were :Mrs. E. L. Carney, .o.erlOO :
Monday afternoon to preparefor Clelland, of Saranac; Lake, X. were r ,
in Mr. Palmer did not mince his words Mrs. Jean Austin, Mrs. Lee Miller, Mi: s I j'
burial the body of a Mr. Trible.k visiting Mrs. Washburn's daughter 1f .. ,
and although the aged wife of the Edith Piatt and Miss Mattie Williams.At I l; > ,
*o who was spending the winter there. Ocala Friday. ,'. ,.- > .. .
aged prisoner was present he told the t :"\ "', .." _-
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-- jury that they should not be guidedby 1 the Dancing* Shool.The !:.o _, ; !:;, DIAlV1fO'NDS. \-
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sympathy but should let only the
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cold facts in the case weigh with Armory on Saturday afternoon WATCHES, -, .: .

them. for\ the past couple of months has ,
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Mr. Palmer acquitted himself most proven a very popular rendezvous for -
JEWELRY ..
SPRIRG GOODS creditably and every one pronouncedhis the young people. Miss Sue Andersonis Ho. 10. Bodkin Set '/= : -

effort in every way equal to the conducting a dancing class on Wed- $1.25 CLOCKS, ,

Importance of the case. ne- lay and Saturday afternoons and

, Are Arriving and We Need the Room. The jury was only out about two after the lesson on Saturdays she allows -

hours when they returned a verdict ; \ the visitors the pleasure of danc-
SILVERWARE
of manslaughter.Mrs. }.ling.! '.Last Saturday afternoon. an unusually PLATEDWARE, CUT GLASSi" .

THE NEXT 30 D0YS i! ; large crowd was present and six ;
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William Hocker is anticipate numbers were danced after the conclusion Holiday Novelties.
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ing a delightful visit this month from of the lesson and were very ,
Goods =:
We will sell all Winter Dress Un
her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. greatly enjoyed.

t." Hansbrough and her sister, Miss Ad- :Miss Anderson is a very graceful Satisfaction Mail Orders Receive

-, : ', derwear, Sweaters, Etc, at greatly re- die Hau&brough, 'of EHzabethtown. dancer and the members of her class Guaranteed Prompt and Careful Attention. \ '

Kentucky, her brother and sister Mr. are doing excellently welL

and :Mrs. Hansbrough. of Tampa her
8 dvced prices. Now's'your time for I
,b' brother and sister, Mr., !and.Mrs E. II.Motes .. Mrs. J. B. Biers and their son who GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO
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of Jacksonville and her cousIn have spent the,past six weeks in Ocala ,

f .BARGAINS 0 Mrs. Efird. of Leesburg. This with Mrs. Hier's mother, :Mrs. S. E. Jewelers and Silversmiths. ". _

family reunion will be a moat pleas I Waterman and her sister, Mrs. W. V. 11

ant one and will be especially In hon- Vewsora: left on Sunday for Fort 41 WestBay; St. JACKSONVILLE: FLA. .

or of cunning little Elizabeth Hocker. Myers, where they will reside In the

Pasteur Co. who will celebrate her third birthdayon :r future. Mr. Biers came up to accompany t.,'

.IjLIVIjston: <-.. the ,sixteenth: of this month. ,j! his .family! to their new, home.t- Is Your Naue on Our Mailing: List? {

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:, PAGE T W0. THE OCALA BANNER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1905. -

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-- to Florida.
The Way
THE SPEED-KING.
A SUDDEN DEATH. MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL., TUXEDO PARK CLUB OPENING. PUBLIC BUILDINGS DECORATED. -

The Southern Railway Co/s passe l|

Mr, S. A. Standley Died, Sunday Morning The Old Officers go Out and the New Magnificent Club Rooms Thrown Openat Banquet at Delmonico's In New York Winner of the Automobile Races at ger department has Issued a beautiful

a '. ,,"> at His Home in this City. Officers. Come, In. North Essington Monday. -Between Three and Four Thou Ormond to be Crowned by Flor winter book-entitled the "Right ;

I J"e'" The last meeting-of the city council Special to the Ocala Banner: sand Democrats Turn Out. ida' Girl. Road to Florida." It Was written by j
g4 'Hr. Sands A. Slandley Sunday mornIng

J' '?n fell upon this community like a under the administration of Mayor Ed- North Essington Pa, Jan. 8.-The The Jacksonville Times Union is Mr. William E. Curtis the widely-

wards was held in the city council Tuxedo Park- Club, of which Tom Special to the Ocala Banner: creating unusual interest in the Or- known newspaper correspondent, and
i4 bolt of lightning from a clear sky.
chamber Tuesday night O'Rourke Is the' leading spirit, will Jackson's Memory is Honored. mond Daytona automobile races this the illustrations are from original

g J The deceased on Friday last acted Those present were Aldermen Gates, formally open its magnificent clubhouse It has offer- photographs and artists' drawings especially -
Evansville, Ind., Jan. .-The Hen- year by the $1,000 trophy
; a. w as auctioneer in the sale of a lot of Ford, Weathers, Chace and Owen. I this evening. It is not quite prepared for these publica-
dricks Club, which now has about four ed to the winner and by its contestfor
his horses and his voice was remar- After finishing up the odds and ends I I completed in every detail of its equipment tions.

kably firm and clear and showed no of the old -year's busines ssuch as ap- I but the work is far enough advanced hundred members, will celebrate Jack- a Florida girl to crown the "speed The cover is a delicate bit of color-

Indication of an early demise and on pointing a special committee to insure to enable the new club to givean son Day this evening by a big banquet king." The coupons are printed daily printing, and presents an enticing picture -

Saturday he attended to his regular the new electric light plant and sell elaborate housewarming. The club Governor Folk of Missouri and in the Times Union and the result representing a scene at one of

a duties, stating that he felt better the old boilers and other abandoned has been formed for the purpose of leading Democrats in all parts of the of the first count will be announcedin the great resorts of the American

than he had for several weeks. He property of the old plant, the old fostering every branch of lawful ama- country have been invited. The new Sunday's paper. Riviera. Within the reading matter

spent a most comfortable night and council adjourned sine die. | teur and professional sport, but especially Mayor of the city, John W. Boehme The young lady selected with her surrounds pretty half-tones environedby

'arose Sunday morning and was at the The clerk then called the roll of the boxing. In accordance with will act as toastmaster. chaperon will be handsomely enter- a border in a tasteful shade pt

t- : telephone giving instructions to one newly elected aldermen, to-wit: II. A. program the club will arrange, twice tained by the Florida East Coast Automobile green. The letter-press written In an'

i r' of his men when he complained of Ford, alderman at large; A, G. Gates, every month a number of twenty- Portland, Ore, Jan. 8.-The Demo- Association during the tournament interesting st'le.'es complete Information -

--- .. filing; bad and sat down in a chair alderman from the first ward; Chas. K round boxing contests between some crats of this city will celebrate Jac1son \- Transportation will also be concerning the railroad facilities -
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r ; near the fire and expired almost In- Sage, alderman from the second ward; of the best boxers of this country. Day today by holding a big meetin provided, and a handsome gold medal and the points reached by .

-. s stantly. and they were sworn in by city at- Particular attention will be paid to gthis evening, at which the mem- wilt be given to the young lady who them. r

:Mr. Standley had been in bad health torney T. E. Biggs acting as notary the physical condition of the contes- bers of the State Central Committee, wins in the contest by the Florida East

try 4 for some time but consulted specialists public.Mr. I I tants, in order that accidents may the Multonomah Demcoratic Club, the Coast Automobile Association, as a'' Meeting of.the Reading. Club.

.: and he, his family and friends E. K. Nelson alderman-elect not occur, which would arouse antag- Young Men's Democratic Club and token and souvenir of the great event :

4 thought he was recovering. from the third ward and :Mr. G. A. onism to the club. The company will many prominent Democrats from other The design of the handsome trophy, The first meeting or the reading

}Ir, Standley was born in Randolph Carmichael, alderman-elect from the operate under a charter granted by parts of the state wi'.l ie present. which will be given the winner of the club for the new year was held Tues-

county; Georgia, near Cuthbert for- fourth ward, were not present. the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to A number of distinguished orators will races is as follows: day afternoon at the home of Mrs

ty-nine years ago, and was a man of City attorney Biggs next administered encourage by contests and exhibitionsof address the mass meetin. A crown, resting on a winged auto- Frank Teague. Eleven members were

indomitable enterprise and splendid' the oath of office to>Richard Mc- baseball, boxing, footracing, auto- mobile wheel. On the crown are the present and the afternoon was an exceedingly -

capacity for business. He was for a Conathy, Mayor-elect who was present mobile trials and all other forms of indoor Oklahoma City, Okla., Jan. 8.-Between words, "Automobile Speed King." The pleasant and profitable one.

: time citizen of Valdosta and and. outdoor sports. Under its three hundred and four hundred history
long, a crown is surrounded on one side bya The club is now studying French -

{ was a member of the firm of Cranford, After these formalities were ended, charter the club has not the right to democrats from all parts of Oklahoma laurel branch and on the other side literature and art in the Bay

y wtt Standley & Co. lIe came to Ocala in the new council convened by electingMr. ., sell or give away liquor on its prem- wil attend the banquet in honor of.. by Florida palms. These tokens of victory View reading, course and the meetings,

; 1898 and bought an interest in the B. A. Weathers temporary presiding ises and no for roof gambling is to be Jackson day, which will be given here meet about the crown in a grace- are proving to be very Interesting

livery firm of C. A. Liddon & Company officer. tolerated. The land upon which the this evening by the democrats of this ful curve. At the bottom the wheel ones. The second book of the course,

} but-about four or five years ago Alderman Ford arose and in a very large club house has been built is located city. Several distinguished democratswill rests on a shield, on which are the "How to Look at Pictures," was begunat

rt;: he established the firm of S. A, Stand- pleasant and felicitous speech named at North Essington, Delaware deliver addresses on that occasion. words: "Presented the TimesUnion this meeting and .besides the reg-

;, 5 ley & Company which he conducted Hon A. G. Gates for president of the county Pa., and has been leased for a Newspaper, Jacksonville, Fla., to ular lesson current events were dis

c up to the time of his sudden death council and he was unanimously elect- term of ten years. It runs parallel Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. S.-Lewis I the entrant making the fastest time in cussed.

7f Sunday morning at eight o'clock with ed. with the Chester branch of the Philadelphia F. Pest, the Chicago editor and single the two-mile-a-minute event on the Next week the club will meet with

remarkable success. This is Mr. Gates's third term, andit I & Reading Railroad. The tax advocate will be the principal Ormond-Daytona Beach course, Flor- Miss Esther Weathers.The .

i' Mr. Standley was a good and enterprising tells of his efficiency and faithfulness I building includes a !large ampotheatre, speaker at the Jackson day banquet ida, U. S. A, Under the auspices of

citizen and one whose loss is I to duty, ,and no better tribute, indeed seating 6,000 people dressing and which the Jefferson Club of this city the Florida East Coast Automobile As- Woodman Lodge of this place

'- : greatly deplored. He. leaves a wife i I could be paid him. locker rooms and a thoroughly equipped has arranged for tonight at the West sociation, January 22 to,27, 1906. Won was visited Friday night by Sovereign

and several children viz: Mrs. Lee Hon. T. J. Owen, on motion of Alderman arena. The building is so arranged Hotel. It is expected that Municipal by .. ". . . . Time ., Dame who is State organiber for ,

Miller. Mrs. Arthur Clarke Misses Lu- "Weathers was unanimously that it can be quickly turned intoa ownership will be the keynote of the ...... Florida The lodge tendered Mr. Dame

cile and Tommie Standley and Masters elected president pro tern of the coun- convention hall, exhibition room or speeches at the banquet tonight, From the Indianapolis; News the a banquet which was elaborate in all

.: I Charley M C. and Cranford cil. auditorium in which musical festivalscan j I I| following' is taken, and shows that the details. It was held at the home of

Standle who are bowed down with After a few unofficial but very pleas- be given. Lafayette, Ind., Jan. Following ;; "Crowning- the Speed King Contest" Mr. B. F. Carter, which had Been

grief over the sudden death of their ant remarks, the new council adjourned. its custom in formre years the Jack- 1! is attracting attention all over .the tastily decorated by the ladies, who,

husband and father. Fishing Clubs to Come to Homosassa. son Club ofthis city will honor the I I country: tho' not Woodmen, themselves, toek

x The funeral was held Monday after- Ex-Mayor Edwards was present and memory Andrew Jackson by a big .. "The Tim's-Unhm of Jacksonville, great pride in making everything I

noon from the residence on Ocklawa-. I paid his respects most pleasantly to From Saturday's Daily. banquet this evening. Many distinguished Fla., say Morgan's Motoring Message pleasant and agreeable, and it is due

g, ha avenue at three o'clock and was one I the new mayor. The Atlanta Homosassa Fishing democrats of national prominence -
them that his feature
has undertaken to find the pret- was a success.
; s ;' of the most largely attended funerals I I I It was an interesting meeting. Club is coming to Florida again next have been invited and it is expected 1 I Woodmen retired
'- i i tiest girl in Florida, who will be selected I After this the to the
', : that has ever b Ai held in Ocala. Mr i I week. The club will len'et1anta for that there will be an exceptionally '
by vote to crown the automobile I lodge, where a candidate was carried
f;$ of the Word "Chauffeur' Homosassa, Fla., Wednesday, Jan- of demo I
,. Standley, was a member of the Elks, Meaning on interesting gathering speed king on the Ormond-Daytona through in the good old way, after
i
the Wodnien.of the World and the uary 10th, to remain 'until the 1st of : cratic leaders at the banquet tonight. '
'
> beach, January 22: to 27. The Times- which Sovereign Dame proceeded to
Fraternal Union of America and the "Every time I pick up a newspaper," February. The party includes George LJ.5tear William Jennings Bryanwas Union has undertaken to provide the I install the officers for the ensuing

S= members of these orders attended the said Col. Remson Montague. "I see Muse, Dr. A. W. Calhoun, Dr. J. S. : the principal orator of the Jackson ,
crown trophy. The crowning will be a year.-Williston cor In Times-Union.
r : fuheral in a body. At the house Rev chauffeur has run his car at a rate of Todd E. C. Peters, George S. Lown- day banquet. distinctive Florida enterprise, and it

C. C. Carroll, pastor of the Baptist ninety miles an hour, 'A chauffeurnearly des, T. :\Armistead, John Berkele, ..
is fitting that this is so, as the fast- Mr. L. M. Graham, of Connor, under
>.; .church, conducted the services and run over Kaiser Wilheim.' 'A David Woodward, W. S. Duncan, W. New York, Jan. 8.-Flags were
r est time in the world by automobileor date of January ninth, writes us that
4: ;: made a few well chosen and beautiful chauffeur has been fined for over- :M.: Crumley, Henry R. Duand, II. M. raised all day on all public buildingsin
I anything else will be undoubtedly he killed six: hogs which weighed as
'- remarks. A choir composed of speeding,' and so on. Now I will wag- McCord, Lawrence Harrison, J. C. S. honor of Jackson day, the anniver-
accomplished. in Florida on the above follows: hog. No. 1, 331 pounds, raisedin
Mrs. W. A. .Goin. Miss Sara Whit- er a large 10 cent :Milo Deyo cigar Brannan and A. L. Kontz, of Atlanta, sary of the day on which Andrew
I dates. the woods and only fed at night; -
l' fie!d, Messrs G. A Nash and A. 'E. that not one person out of a thousand. and Dr. Hearn, of Philadelphia.The Jackson, later President of the United
: "Two miles minute is the that
a race was fifteen months old and had the run
Gerig sang several hymns and Rev.L.V who reads those articles or the man States, routed the English in the bat-
the speed crown will be given for, and of the pinder and chufer field three
\ Moore made the closing prayer. that writes them knows the real mean- Griffin) Ga., Fishing Club Is tle of New Orleans. As in former years driver '
I the that makes the fastest timein months and twenty days. Hog. Nfc,
i0 These gentlemen were the active pallbearers ing of the word chauffeur. It is an making preparations for its annual the members of the Veteran Corp of
I the two-mile-a-minute race will be 2, raised in the pasture, was fed about
: Messrs.' Z. C. Cham bUss, II. old French word and was originally trip to Homosassa, Flo., for a week's Artillery will hold a meeting in the
the one selected to receive the speed half, was nine months old and was in
A, Ford, William A. Knight G. C. I applied to robbers who went tbout the fishing. The club is composed of the Governor's Room of the city hall, with -
crown. Ito is expected that a lively the pinder and chufer field two months
I Crom, IL S. Hall and Louis Lang. The country entering farm houses and tor- following well-known citizens of Grif- addresses by prominent: orators, and
contest for the honors will
crowning and twenty days, weighed 245 pounds.
:- honorary pall bearers were Messrs. 1'. tuing farmers to tell where they had fin: E. C. Smith, Robert Strickland.Col. followed by the customary Jackson-
take place. The crowning will take These hogs were a general mixture
G. B. Weihe and T. E. Bryan, of the hidden their money. It was used as Douglas Glessner Capt. Seaton day banquet. The banquet will beheld
at the club house of the
place Florida from good to scrub, or from Berkshireto
i ; Woodmen, Messrs. W. J. Chambers a derisive appellation by the Frenchto Grantland, Eli Brewer and Tom at Delmonico's.
.: East Coast Automobile Association on : razor back.
: and J. W. Crosby on the part of the the drivers of the first smoke wag- White. The party will leave Griffinon The Veteran Corps of Artillery was
1r the Daytona end of the beach, and the .....
,' Elks and M'ssrs.P.. L. Jewett and G. ons and now it has come into generaluse. January 7, and will remain at Ho organized in the CityTavern at the .
y ; ; grandstand will be erected so that I The Tourist Season is Now On. '
f :, A. Nash for the Fraternal Union. The French also use it to desig- mosassa about ten days corner of Broadway and Thames street,
spectators will be able to get a good The winter tourist season is now on
\ Arriving at the cemetery the Woodmen nate a fireman or a stoker and in En- in November 1790, by officers and soldiers view of the function. II in earnest. All of the magnificant .:

of the World took charge of the glish chemistry it denotes a small A Hit at Marion's Commissioners.The who had served in the Continental ..
The prettiest girl in Florida will be East Coast and, west coast hotels are
,1 obsequies, Mr. N. I. Gottlieb, chancellor stove for melting purposes. It is entirely Corps of Artillery in the Revolu- "
there with her chaperon. A keen rivalry
open to the' public, and Tuesday all ,
0 commander, leading the beautiful out of place when used for the county commissioners of Citrus tion. After the War of 1812 another '
has begun among the contestants the special trains from the north on .
k
and impressive ritual of that order driver of a motor car and he should county advertised in the Chron body of ex-soldiers was formed, calling -
I in the two-mile-a-minute race, and the various lines, rolled Into Jacksonville -
and the other lodges participating ins be called a motorist! or something like icle for bids for working the countyconvicts itself "The Society of the Warof *
there is a great deal of speculation in on their Initial l trips for this win-
the r'tce.The grave was covered that"-Br->klyn Eagle. during the present year, and 1S12. Later this consolidated with
I regard: to whether the crown will remain ter. Much interest at present is being -
with many beautiful flowers, among Monday several bids were received. the Veteran Corps of Artillery. The
in the United States or 'be car- manifested in the automobilemeet
'. the most beautiful being a pillow of The Beavers. The highest bid was that of Pierson last of the original members was Hiram -
t ried abroad by: one of the nervy driv- on the Ormond-Daytona course s
violets from .the Woodmen a similar \ & Sexton at $2i.l0ch, per month, Cronk, the Veteran, who died last
ers of a swift foreign machine. the last
week in
January and will be
r pillar from the Elks and a pillow of The Ocala Dam of Beavers for the males and $7 each for.the fe- year. The corps has, at present, 110 ,

w o .:'. white and pink japonicas .from the met Friday night at males. Last year we received $13.50 members, among whom are many Standley & Company's Auction. very large attended from all over this '

Fraternal"Union. Each member of theY their halls in the Gary block. per month, a difference of $11.60 each, prominent men. like Rear Admiral country and Europe '

; : .':, )lodges. deposited .,a $ )rig" of cedar in and Installed; their new officers for If: per month. And the convicts will remain Rogers Rear Admiral Allen Asa Bird The auction sale-of-horses and mules The indications are that the tourist
next six months. The following is a.. in the season this year will be the biggest in
: ''. 0 .the grave of their' departed brother.. county. Gardiner Charles A. Schermerhorn belonging to the Standley & Co.'s her
r ':.0 It waa ,a sad solemn, and impressive list of the officers: N. I. Gottlieb, Marion county did not advertisefor Perry Belmont Loyall Farragut, M. stables took place Friday afternoon. history.

0 9 "0 occasion president; E. P. Pitman, guide; T. D. bids and she gets $16 per month, Livingston Delafield, Calvin Tompkins Twenty-three One of
Bryan guardian; Robt. D. Mathews, which shows that she is losing $11.10 and Howard Pell.Epworth .- our valued subscribers in re- .
sold and
were brought fine
.' \ Dr.' E. C. Paslay, of \\lUiston.'r st-ntiy, : ; H. M. Hampton, secretary; G. per month on every prisoner sentencr prices. newing his subscription speaks thus v
The auction had been
well advertised
: .- \\hn$6 name has appeared on our subscription J. Butch treasurer; Rev.. W. C. Lindsay ed to the county gang.It League Meeting. kindly, "After my kindest regards, best
and
quite a crowd were in from the
book regularly for the past .. chaplain: ,\p. H. Powers physician pays to advertise, as one little wishes, etc. for a prosperous New
country to atend it. The sale
took
Year and
thirty-nine years, sends a dollar with : V. Martinet Jas. B. Carlisle notice in the Chronicle will bring into Monday night the Epworth League place In front of the stable and overa hoping the good Lord may

... the request that his, subscription be and Fred G. B. Weihe, trustees. the county treasury se'eral'thousand held an enthisiastic business meetingin hundred .continue to smile on you and be as

'f mined fury>nnl rnctl: p y'aap. Ha is After the regular order el businessthe !Collars!! this year above what we have the lecture room of the Methodist the sale. Mr.person were present at good to you as I feet towards you and

>- the 'kln of friend that has made this Dam was treated to an excellent been heretofore receiving.It church, our newly elected president, ; Standlty acted as auc- j'oar 5.cell!! nt raptr, I enclose check
tioneer and
proved a most efficient for
'paper what it Is. entertainment for half hour or more pays to ad\'ertise.-Citrus County Mr. George L Taylor, in the chair. one. renewal.

c, by -Mr. Peter Mcintosh and his four Chronicle. About .twenty four members including "

:: .-' Mr and Mrs. A. A. Hewitt of Boston sons with music and dancing. They nearlyall of the newly elected offi- -- Mr. Edward L. McIntosh who has
A citizen
from the country, who is been
y :- Mass., arrived Monday afternoon rendered in fine style several Scotch Prosperous 'in His New Home. cers were present. As this year's work so seriously ill for several weeksat
a subscriber to the Daily Banner said
.- and are the guests: tlf Mr. and Mrs. T. dances which were greatly enjoyedby has scarcely begun, last year's business Gantt's Quarry, near Sylacangua.
,:- :, < Mrs. Hewitt is a sister of the Beavers. Mr. L. that our last Sunday's. issue was to his Ala., has been taken to his father's
z J. Owen. Ed. Pitman also rendered T. Norwood, who lived in this was wound up and the new officers -
'j-: Owen In few days they will several musical and in way of thinking, the finest daily paper home at Newberry S C. As soon as
Mr. a go vocal selec county the Biltchton and :Fantville reported plans for the new year,
: .. : dawn to Lake Weir for the winter tions. neighborhood for more than twenty committees were appointed and meth- .ever printed in Ocala. These little observations he is able to traevl he will come to

0 where Mr. Hewitt owns a pretty cottage At about ten thirty the entire Dam years, moved to Black Point, in the ods fur forwarding the work were dis fall upon our ears as Ocala on a visit in the hopes of recov-
sweetly as the dew of Hebron.
't; and grove. adjourned to Harry Stalberg's restaurant southern portion of Dade county, after cussed. Special >stress was laid upon ering his health.
'1
and partook of a big oyster sup- losing his orange grove here in the the importance of keeping up the Ep- -------

; ; \ .Mr. and Mrs. p. S. Woodruw, Annie per. To, tell-how well Beavers enjoy big freeze of 1895. He wanted to get worth League public reading rooms 0-0 0'- 0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0---

'. Blair Woodrow, Sidney Harold, this lacious edible would be 'impossible. below the frost line and thinks he has and it ,is hoped that Leaguers, their 1 ,

Miss Emily Ford Miss Meta Jewet I succeeded in doing so., Writing to us friends and the public in general will Now Open For The' Season. 0

'. and Rev. J. II. Harrison: returned home recently he says: realize the good that may be accomplished oI I "
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Friday -afternoon from Lake Weir, Mr. John T. Lewis, of Moss Bluff, is "I have been down here nearly'four through this medium and do all oo oTHE I o ::2'

where they spent several days in a enthusiastic for the building of
a new years and have a fine place. Am on a in their power to forward this movement OCALA HOUSE
e T most Idyllic manner at the Woodrow court house. He says that as Marion homestead of 160 acres of fine red soil I o :.r

cottage "Blair Villa at WtX) mar, county is the banner agricultural ,
county pine land adapted to a.l kinds of fruits Mr. Taylor presides with ease and o 1
of the state, the banner stock OCALA, FLORIDA.
county and vegetables, such as oranges, grape- ability and shows that his heart is in i 0 _

t Virginia the banner newspaper county, and fruit, pineapples, bananas, guavas, av- the work, and with about seventyymembers o Large Airy Well I
the baner county in almost all other acado Furnished Sleeping Rooms -
i pears, mangoes figs, peaches, the co-operation of the ,
; several weeks in Ocala with her sister respects, it is entitled to the banner limes and'many 'I Table o
lemons
Supplied with
of
the purely church and earnest prayers for God's Everything in Season. -
;' tilts Jack Camp. Miss Nurney court house. He wants a new courthouse tropical fruits. At this o I
writing I have
blessing upon the work, we predict for
fi r < < was a visitor to Ocala two'winters I built at once and wants it to be ripe tomatoes from the vines; guavas the Ocala Epworth League, the best 1 Splendid Drives-Only five miles from the famous Silver S p,'togs 0

ago and the friends she made then beautiful and substantiaL both ripe and green hanging on the year of its life o Easily accessible from all parts of! the state. I

? = will be delighted to see her again.. ,
branches of the trees; beautiful bun- E. P. H. 1 o ,
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Mr. Albert Davis, who ,is in the express ches of bananas. I have seen no frostso League Reporter.Mr. RATES: 75c. to $J.50 per day. I 1.'
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Albert Miller who has been at home 2
service at Jacksonville, has returned far this Weekly Rates
winter. American
The '
orange and Plan: ;
Application.
on
for the past few weeks has resumed to that city after spending a y I o
grapefruit trees of my neighbors, older Walter of .1
Martel and Mr.
Ray '
his duties on the road for the That- few Write for 1 1f"
.s days In Ocala. While here he was Descriptive Pamphlet.
than
my own art loaded down with j' W. Ward jr.. of Floral city were o 1o ;
= -y cher Medicine company and started on the guest of his uncle and 1I
aunt, Mr. D. C. EDWARDSj
fruit I think this Is destined to be a J among the turpentine operators in Prop. C. M. WHITESIDE, Manager. .
bis trips Tuesday and Mrs. G T,'Maughs. I
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VOL.40, NO. 31. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1906 OXE DOLLAR, A YEAR '

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SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, ''landing the state government safely him to believe to be right. These determined I WEDDINGS. ,

Local Editor. THOSE WHO PEW HIM LONG across upon the shores of white su- 'I him to follow the path of I

premacy. duty, as he saw it, wherever it might Hampton-Carlton. f

Were I asked this morning to be lead, regardless of what the conse- '"

,', HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. EST LOVED HIM BEST. the mouth-piece or spokesman for the I quences to him personally, might bAnd Mr. How ell M. Hampton left Monday

young democracy of Florida, who have so it was through a long life in afternoon for Arcadia, where on Wed

never seen as-our fathers 'saw, I could I which he passed through almost every nesday evening he was married to

J Mr. W E. McKay, of Summerfield. offer no stronger petition or more appropriate phase of experience to which mortality I Miss Laurie Carlton. The weddingwas

"as In the city this week. benediction than to say to is subject, he never waivered or a quiet home one and was '

Wrapped m, the Stainless Robes of Duty the Old him, let us live and be as brave, as shrunk back from any difficulties witnessed. by only a few. of the friend

Judge Joseph H. Bell went out to noble as true, as the honored hero, which stood in the path where duty of the bride.

C.tton Plant Sunday. Hero Rests From His Labors General Robert Bullock. called him to go. Others might differ Miss Carlton spent several months

with him In his views of what he with relatives in this city last year
Kobert Murrell has Jackson- I
gone to Remarks of Colonel R. L. Anderson.We conceived to be right, but it mattered and made many friend who are delighted -
IN GEN. BULLOCK. the chief characteristicwhich
vile to seek employment. MEMORY OF things as J
I come today to pay tribute to one not. He boldly pressed on regardlessof to know that she will now bo
marks the of suc-
career every who, in life, filled for many years a personal consequences, ,leaving it I here permanently.Mr. .
lir. A. J. McLaughlin, of Fairfield, I cessful and honorable member of the conspicuous place in this communityand to time and experience to verify the Hampton is a young lawyer ,andis

is a guest of, the Ocala House. Resolutions Adopted by the Bar are I, legal profession. in this state, one who was the correctness of, his views.- His record I in the office of Hon. Herbert L. An

Resolved, further, That we tenderour friend of humanity and the lover of shows that In most Instances time vindicated I derson. His Ocala friends hima
Spread Upon the Minutes in Open gave
Miss EuLx Moore has gone to Gainesville I
sympathies to the members of the his country, and who, in his long car- the wisdom of his actions. cordial welcome when he returned -
to visit friends for short while. .
a Court and the Lawyers Pay family of the deceased, and join with eer exhibited in public and private life, lIe was a patriot, and deeply devoted home with his bride. We extendour

II them in their sorrow in this hour of a conscientious devotion to every to the best interests of his state congratulations to the
Ur. G. W. Easterling, of Martin, was Eloquent Tribute.At young cou-
their bereavement, but rejoice, as they duty. and never failed in any emergency to ple. f
registered at the Ocala House Monday
too may do, in the fact that the shad- General Robert Bullock lived to see make any sacrifice for the good of his ---"
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ows of the dark hour are illuminatedby the friends and associates of his youth fellow citizens. In war and in peacewe Crossett-Dancy. "
the session of the circuit court _:,
the memory of the bright and spot- and manhood precede him to the find him meeting all issues as they
Mr. Charlie Moody is spending a few -
Monday. the.. resolutions adopted in less record which Gen. Bullock left behind 'grave. His well beloved wife, with arise, with zeal, devotion and ability. WrightChittenden.Mr. .
days with his mother. Mrs. E. P
:Moody.Mr. memory of General Robert. Bullock, him here, and doubtless carried whom he had spent more than a half But his long and useful life has and Mrs. Simeon Dudley Chit

whose death occurred in this city in with him into the world beyond the century of happy years-even she had ended. His sun went down unclouded tenden, of Tallahassee, have Issued invitations -

veil! been called away from his love leav- Wrapped in the stainless robe of
O. B. Howse has returned froma July last, were spread upon the min- to the marriage of their
Resolved, further That these reso- ing him desolate. duty well done, he is resting from his
short visit to his cattle ranch near I 'I' daughter, Augusta, to Mr. Walter Lee '
i utes anp all the members of the bar lutions be presented at the next termof be said in the labors
Kisslmmee. I Of him it might The people mourn the departure Wright, of Cairo Gay on the eveningof
paid eloquent tribute to the memory the circuit court of Marion county, words of Dr. Holmes I from among us of a loved and January the eighteenth.The .
of the deceased. I with request that they be spread upon i
honored citizen, while he is reapingthe
JL little daughterhas come' to the wedding of this popular young-
Judge Richard McConathy:: the minutes of the court, and published "The mossy marbles rest glorious reward of a life well
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ET.om'as. couple will be one of the most prominent
ed the resolutions on behalf present-I i in the newspapers of the City of Upon the lips that he had pressedIn spent I
social events In' the capital city
committee and in doing so ;: Ocala and in further honor of the their bloom, He is gone from among us! We this winter. r

\ Mr. E. P. Townsend. of Martin, was feeling And appropriate remarks. i memory of our deceased brother lawyer And the names he loved to hear shall see his face no more here, but

in Ocala Saturday en route to Floral The following are the resolutions: I and distinguished fellow-citizen, Had been carved for many a year his words live after him. Let us cherish ClarkBonner.The .
The death of General Robert Bullock I I we move that the court stand adjourned On the tomb." his memory for '
City. wedding of Mr. Howarc] Clark
I I at his home in Ocala Florida, on I I for the day. Lives of great men oft remind us, ; of this city and Miss Lillian Brown K =
I i 27th 1905, brings unfeigned As have already stated all the While it is fitting that we should
Mr. Will Morris has returned home Thursday, July I! we We may make our lives sublime ing Bonner, of Mexia, Texas, took ,
from his Christmas visit to relativesat sorrow to the members of the I I members of the bar participated in thus publicly testify to then esteem and And departing leave behind us, t place Thursday evening at nine o'-

Augusta.. Ga. bar of Marion county, with whom, i iI I! this memorial service, but the remarks love that we felt for him who is gone, Footprints on the sands of time." clock at the home of the bride's par-

with their predecessors, he had been I II I I of the most of them were entirely ex- and to lay on his grave our poor I

Miss Margaret Walters went down I! intimately associated in various official !..: temporaneous.. chaplet of friendly eulogy and praise, The memorial services were said by ents.Mr.. and Mrs. Clark will reach Ocala'
_.' to Coleman Saturday afternoon toI relations, as well as a member of Major L. T. Izlar, Mr. R. L. Ander- we still realize that our meagre and all that were present to have been extremely -
Ii about the twentieth of the month and
.spend several weeks with relatives. said bar for fifty six years. son and Mr. Carlos L. Sistrunk had' inadequate words can never expressto feeling, touching and affect- after spending a few days with thegroom's
He was a native of North Carolina, their speeches reduced to writing and the fullness our testimony to his ing.
parents they will begin keep-
Hon. ;J. B. C. Koonce. editor of the having entered upon a life of varied i we are glad to be able to givethem many noble qualities, nor set forth -
I ing house,
I' Snmterville Times, was in Ocala tot experiences in that state three score in full to our readers. the rich and valuable lesson which Special Services Continue at the Presbyterian '
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Before attain- I was taught by his useful and upright Church.Dr. ,
spend Sunday with his family and sixteen years ago. I I Rev. M. N. McCall, Baptist Misslon-
ing his majority he moved to this ,I Remarks of Hon. Carlos L. Sistrunk. I
life.We ary to Cuba, wwf in Ocala Sunday
!}.t.., Mrs. Thomas Sexton and children' state which has ever since been his I can only regret the weakness of Roseborough is continuing the morning and preached a very Inter- .

V, have returnt$' home from a few day's home. In early manhood he was unit- II The significance of this occasion words, and lament the poverty of special services at the Presbyterian esting sermon at the Baptist churchat

viott with relatives at Fellowship. ed in marriage to that most excel- saddens my heart as the death bedscenes speech to illustrate our consciousnessof church and is delighting his audiences.His eleven o'clock on his work In the

lent woman, Amanda L. Waterman, of that distinguished gentleman his worth as a citizen, his fidelity as discourses are scholarly, strong, Island republic. Mr. McCall left on i

'. })r. D. A. Smith of Anthony was in who for fifty-two years was the joy recur so vividly to my mind, and a friend/ his distinguished services as forciful and instructive. the afternoon, train for Gainesville,

...,.t, Ocala on Monday to attend the special' and pride of his life, and where death I while I am one among the youngest a soldier of his country, and his hon- He preached? Sunday night to a where he preached Sunday night .

meeting of the Confederate Veterans. caused a heart to bleed, ceasing only I members of the Ocala jr, should I esty and loyalty as a lawyer and. a crowded church and his sermon on the

when it beats no longer. They raised I remain unheard during .he discussion' public official. "Shortness of Time." was an able one. Mr. A. P. Gilmore and family. have

r s :i' lire L. J. Brumby has gone to Jack- a large family, among the number the of these resolutions for their adoption. I knew Robert Bullock intimatelyfor He preached for nearly an hour and moved into the residence on Watula

I, fc-'_ soKville to spend some time looking honored judge of this judicial district.,I I apprehend that my silence would the last twenty-four years of his handled his subject from all points of street belonging to Mr. P. C. Davis and

j after his business interests there. While General Bullock was not to bring remorse. life. When I first came to this com- view. His manner, voice and gesturesare formerly occupied by Conductor Wil- '

.f "" a great extent learned in that whichis I I Would that I had the power of presenting munity he was one of the first to take all pleasing and out of the ordinary ter and family.
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Rev. G. II., Harrison received a tele- taught in the colleges, his strong briefly, becoming an occasion me by the hand and give me welcome and his sermons are not only en- ,

.7&m...' Saturday announcing- the death mind was stored with that useful I like this, my full appreciation of him and encouragement. Nor did he stop joyed by the older people but delightthe -- -- ----

\t/ of his grandmother, who had been ill knowledge to be learned in the schoolof I who now sleeps the immortal sleep, at that. There were times when I stood younger ones as well TO REMOVE ,

xT' for several weeks. life; an dthis with an eloquent and I in nature's chamber of repo.se. It has ir. need of friendship and fictive help, Mr. Gordon continues to conduct the FRECKLE and PIMPLES. '
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forceful delivery placed him in the I been beautifully said that, "in the and these, being in his power to give, singing and at each service sings

I''F_ 1 Mrs. Joiner and her daughter Miss fore front of the public speakers of the democracy of death all men are at last he did not withhold. And I am but pleasing solos. mir\tT\% *S USE

12;' Carter Joiner of Wilson, N. C., are in state. lIe possessed the confidence of equal" There is neither rank nor one out of the! Luge number who have The services will continue throughout -

t- Ocala and are the guests of Mrs. the plain people, and they heard him station nor prerogative in the republic fell the warmth of his ready sympathy the week. .NADIWOLA. '

,;;:' Joiner's sister Mrs. John Pasteur. gladly. This confidence was gained I of the grave. At this fatal thresh the: po.ver of his large generosityand I
;( because they knew him to be honest I hold the philosopher ceases to be wise the encouragement of his hearty Runaway Accident. S. S

I, r. Col. Adam Eichelberger was called with them.Probably. : and the songs of the poet, are silent. friendship. !i

r t to Tampa Saturday on account of the no matter of great concernIn Dives relinquishes his millions and Laz- He has gone from among living men, The double team belonging to :Mr. '

.- critical illness of his brother, Mr this state in the past fifty years, ; arus his rags. The poJr man is as leaving behind a life replete with F. E. Haskell, of South Lake Weir, $ '

'i._ Frank Eichelberger. shaping its history and destiny, but rich as the richest and the rich man good deeds, full of, deserved honors, after being hitched up, was left in

-t,' received the impress of his influenceif 'as poor as the pauper. The creditor and illumined by his: distinguished front of S. A. Standley & Company's, .t

,.'. Rooms Wanted-Two or three rooms for the good, and his oppositionif looses his usury, and the debtor is acquitted qualities of honesty, uprightness, fidel- livery stable and the horses became

,r for light housekeeping; furnished; he thought it bad. t of his obligation. There the ity and charity. He has left with us frightened at some passing object and

responsible party; references. Address He was an active soldier in the Indian proud man surrenders his dignities. the heritage of a spotless public and ran away. The horses turned the cor '-, 34.A

Newton, are Banner. war! of 1836; a brave and efficient : the politician and woi Idling their honor private life. To posterity no man can ner of the Variety store and when in .:2r- P. ._ k

officer, moving from the rank of the invalid needs no physician, and I bequeath a nobler or more precious front of Mr. FisheFs store very. near- ,

Mrs. Edward Holder has returned to captain to that of brigadie general the laborer rests from his unrequited gift. ly ran over a crow of little girls. One I

I her home near Dunnellon after spending in the Confederate Army; an efficient toil. It is for us, once his brethren and of the little girls whose name was

ten days in Ocala, the guest of member of the 51st and 32nd con- Ii Here at last is nature's final equity. fellow citizenswhile we pay effectionate Mary Finder, was barely struck by .1J

Mrs., J. K. Austin. gresses of the Ignited States, besides i, The wrongs of time are redressed, injustice tribute to his memory, to give one of the horses and was very badly

holding to the satisfaction of the people !i is explained, the irony of fateis heed to the lesson of a life which frightened but uninjured.Mr. 3 -
I The United States must be growing I distribution of hopeful helpful and strength- Edd. Carmichael who \qp r f /3
several important official positionsin i refuted, the unequal was ever was pass- IJ
I better. There were fewer lynchings I this county,, and at his deatir the I wealth honor, capacity, pleasure and ening to others, and te profit by his ing at the time in his automobile, THE NAD1NOLA GIRL!

! last year 'th:mn in any year of the previous incumbent of the county judgeship. I I opportunity, which make life so cruel noble example of civic virtue, honestyand pacified the children by taking themto

nine. That, the appreciation of the privatelife I and inexplicable a tragedy ceases in purity. the drug tore and treating them to NADINOLA Advertised and sold as

I and public services of our distinguished I the realm of death. The "touch of a vanished hand, and soda water. No change in formula or ckage. The urine
has been changed to tv',idi<>nfu!,ion. as we
II returned only <
: and Mrs. J, Spencer
Mr. citizen by the members of this The strongest there have no supremacy the sound of a voice that is still" he The horses were finally stopped the cannot: afford to hare so laluaHe preparationconfused

' home Saturday from Jacksonville, bar. may be made a matter of record I and the weakest needs no de- shall ever hold in memory while his only damage done to the team being with any other
guaranteed, and will be
<. XT Al'INOLA is money
: where they went to witness the opening and as expressive of our feelings; I fen-e. The mighty captain succumbsto honored dust lies in his grave beneaththe the breaking of .the pole. 1\ refunded in every case where it fails to remove
and Manufacturers freckles pimples liver spots, cottar &*,
the Food
Pure
of
f: Be It Therefore Resolved: I the invincible adversary who disarms sunny skies, of his well beloved colorattotns,saltowness win tan black heada
Exposition.The That in the death of General BullockMarion alike the victor and the van- Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Robbins disfigurainsr eruption etc -The worst cacsiai
I i twenty days. Leaveatbe skint her,soft.hwKby
county has lost a faithful, efficient : quished." I heartily concur in the sentimentsof passed through Ocala Sunday on their and restoresIh beauty of vouch. .
of Mrs. Otto Mente, of Price wand ti oo. Sold to eacfc city by aH
friends I and upright official; and the'jstate My fellow comrldes'of the bar, the resolutions adopted. way to Chicago after spending several leading druggists by mail '

Jacksonville, will be pleased to know of Florida one of the most honored though the cold hands of d.eath have weeks at their beautiful winter Prepared only bvNATIONAL .

that she is very much better after a and distinguished citizens whose I I placed him in the settles of equality Maj. L. T. Izlar's Remarks. home on Snow's Hill, near Brooks- : TOILET CO..

very critical Illness and is now on wise counsel and successful services i: with all who have gone" before thanks May it please your honor-I rise to ville. They were guests at the Ocala Paris, Tehn.

the road towards recovery. in the many places of high trust which I I to Him, the Supreme Judge for per-I second the resolutions. It was not House for dinner. Sold in Ocala by leading drag store:.
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were committed to him; whose superb i mission to gather together today and I my privilege or pleasure to know Gen. -.t.. .
Martel -------- -- ----- '- -
Mr. Arthur Ilardaker, of But it is not always
patriotism and unswerving devotion to in memory pay tribute to 'our honored Bullock long. v __--Of
who has been in a hospital in Atlantafor high principles and the best interestsof and beloved, and whose life is filled that long acquaintance or close asso-
several months having his leg H. ROBI.NSON. PresS. J, C. BOOZKR As*. fg
noble deeds. A ciation is necessary for one to be for- i
and -
has left unperishable with brave patriot
his state, an
I H. BUTCH, Ngr. G..}. BLITCH. Te ltr.COMMERCIAL
treated, is at home again and is now Imprint upon the times in which he i loved by his state and country, a cibl.-, impressed with the leading characteristics -

greatly improved.At lived and a fixed place in the heartsof I I leader for the aged and a father to of one of his fellowmen.
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his fellow-citizens. the young. Let us recall for a moment II There exists a pyehological process

Robert Anderson's party on Friday Resolved, further, That in the true I the dark and dismal days of reconstruction I which often on short acquaintancesand

night Miss Leta Camp and Mala and spotless life which he lived I during the infancy cf Flor- :. litle. personal compact impresses, 1
Haughton won the prizes for drawingthe '
through a long period of years, in i ida's statehood a child of the "new- I upon one the leading characteristicsand BANK
best pictures and they were pre- points of those with whomwe
which, he touched at almost every angle I born-South when the invasions of strong ;
sented with pretty little stick pins.
to which Were the destruction meet. This is particularly true
the various experiences homes as frequent as S
mortality is subject, he has left a record t of dens of wild beasts which ot the man who has strong and leading \ OCALA\ | L0.. .
is still suffering -
B. "
Mr. George Tyler I '
much from the effects of the behind him worthy of emulationby roamed the forest; under those intol- traits of character which are admirable ', I
very : all who wish the esteem of their I erJble' condition, looking for leaders and worthy of emulation. Gen. :
weeks
several
accident that befel him
of
fellow-citizens' while they live and an to battle unto victory or to death, the Bullock was endowed with many .
at which time he was so unfor- I .
ago, -
I honored when they have pass- hearts of the yeomanry were made these. Fiom; the short period of time .
tunate as to have his leg broken. memory I to know Avoid risk of Robber Fire and' flies- Necessitu of
', ed off the stage of mortal existence. glad by a single thought of General : which it was my pleasure
1 And like the I him, I was impressed with the conviction Bookkeeping by intrusting business to .
Hon. A. S. :Mann, of Good Roads' Resolved further That although not Robert Bullock. one, : your us. ; -

fame, was a visitor to Ocala Satur- engaged in active practice, the mem- bright, and shining star which led the that he wasia man of strong I
'bar honor his and wise men across ,nature's rugged conviction fixedness of purpose -
day and did us the honor of a visit. bers of the memory
He thinks the automobile will soon; are proud to have his name enrolled scenes 'to the cradle of 'the young settle
reach the practical side of things and among those of our profession and Christ, led his loyal followers through his expression ot them-sturdy devotion SAfETY DEPOSITS iTIME DEPOSITS

will help solve the rate. problem.' point to his spotless integrity in all political crime, chaos and corruption. to whatever his convictions led .- 1 -.

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ui4 i -. : NEW CITRUS FRUITS. OCALA NEEDS IT BADLY. r r THE POOR JEW. ,
I Royalty to do Honor to Miss Roosevelt.
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Results of Experiments by Agricultural A Preparation That Lays Dust-Is i j An account..of the terrible sufferings '
: I It will probably not be very long
'. Experts. Used' Successfully in California. |: of the Jews in .tussia, which we before the date will be set' the _
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.- find described in ,
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"J I our evening paper, marriage of Miss Alice Roosevelt and f- ( 1

.. :::2 Washington. D. C.-The annual report Affer years, of scientific research and. i!I recalls an incident in our law practice Repr sefttative Nicholas Longworth. ,. r:

,: of the secretary of agriculture practical experiments Leonard Schade 1 IVan I many years ago. 1I It is generally understood it will take .

; .;;T _. contains the following information Westrum, the inventor of Wes- I A good deacon In Vermont had place, In February the '16th and 17th !I I l'

concerning the development of new trumite claims to. have finally succeeded ;I I heard so much said. by his pastor being mentioned as probable dates. .

: :. rarities of citrus fruits as the result I with the assistance of author- i j about the wicked Jews that his sympathies While the period of the engagement/ '

: I of experiments carried-on by the deL i***. 1 i iities i were aroused, and when he is passing .pleasantly and as In all f
from the first rank in chemistry j .,
_. partment. died and his will was opened it was cases is rose-tinted with romance, at

: -' ; The two great freezes ot the winter and road building in producing a \found that he had left five hundred the same time it is not likely that it
,
D: v. : .f 1894 arid, 1895. which killed to the chtmlcal compound which is -soluble dollars to "the poor Jews." The exeCutor will be prolonged, but a suitable ,time
,.. In water and which caan, there- '
!!- ground practically every orange and of the will wrote me and asked should be giyen to those who expectto
., fore, be easily distributed by means of
lemon tree In Florida except in the extreme -
: me to find some poor Jews in Bos- send wedding presents. It is safe

1 "cr. :: southern part.of the state served the ordinary water wagon. The minute i I j I ton. I employed a man to make a to say that the White House has never

: .; '. .' to emphasize the great importance distribution which is thus possi- ; careful .search and was compelled to contained such a collection o( gifts as PERMANENTLY CURES '

; ;' of securing hardy varities of these ble permits the compound to pene- j, write the executor that we could not will be received by Miss Roosevelt COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS -

2 r fruits. Experiments were started by trate through the pores of the finest find a poor Jew in Bosfon. This was More than any other President Mr. CONSUMPTION ASTHMA, SORE, THROAT, HOARSENESS

the and the results which stone, sand clay, etc., and its capac- COUGH AND CROUP
department : WHOOPING
; something over forty years ago and Roosevelt has been before the world.

t. :. : have, been obtained are very valuable ity of absorbing fresh water is said to there were few Jews In our city and The United States Is on terms of am- DO NOT DELAY
'I
be sufficient to :renew its binding'ca-
9 and encouraging. It has been shown j i; they were all prosperous. We believe ity with all nations civilized and un- permanent disability. The human -

;: : .: that valuable hardy races can be, produced pacity after each rain, whereby the the money was sent to some society civilized and while Miss Roosev< is Until the machinery drain on your is a wonderful system produces system of tubes and cells. To have. good
;,;;. ; crossing the hardy cold- cracks due to the vibration of traffic l breathing A COLD is considered of"no importance :
: by very order.
| in New York. not a "reigning, princess, from the health must be kept in good .
: resisting trifoliate with the different are closed as well as to lay the dust j if it known by it's name of "throat inflammation: \
orange proper
j A frind asks us why the Jews are nature of her relationship to her distinguished yet was would be '
sweet which may be blown upon the track "congestion of the lungs," its dangerous character appre-
of or
: .varitles the ordinary
..: I iSO terribly! persecuted. Russia, and father, she is the nearest dated. When a cold makes its appearance use at once Ballard's Horehound .-
which from adjoining fields, etc. j
.. orange. Two of these hybrids ;; we answer that we do not know unless approach to such in this country. ,1 Syrup which will speedily overcome it. '-

c :- were found to produce valuable fruits The best, results it is said will be |i!:I it is the Russian way of con- Therefore, it is understood that the WHOOPING COUGH and CROUP Require Prompt Action. SNOW

:c. were preparedhrd Ihrdl hrd hrd hrd if the sandy or earthy surface is sat- {'verting Jews into Russian Christians. rulers of foreign nations will take the LINIMENT applied to the throat and chest' gives wonderful relief, wbile
-- of urated to a depth of six inches with Ballard's HorehOund Syrup will rapidly] stop the violent paroxysms of
and in the
spring
j were propogated. I j I We remember reading how a very position that in sending her a weeding IT IS THE .ONLY COUGH REMEDY THAT WILL -
1905 distributed braodcast to the inter- a solution of from 25 to 50 per cent. I II I!! wicked Irishman her coughing. COUGH AND CROUP.
: :: I when making his present they are honoring father POSITIVELY CURE WHOOPING

: .: Georgia, Alabama, Louisana Southern Such saturation will amount to about;' final confession to the priest just be- and the country of which he is the '

-h, Tennessee and Arkansas, eastern I $1,500 per mile, it is claimed to be suf- ,j fore dying. related so many crimes chief executive. BEST FOR CHILDREN used Ballard'sBorehound .
ficient to render the roadbed abso- Mrs. Maud Adams. Qoldthwalta,TeL writeshsve
: and southern Texas, and regions of ; that the priest asked him if he had Prince' Henry of Prussia has been Syrup and find it the BEST medicine for croup coughs and '
.low altitude in Arizona New Mexico. lutely gree from dust for years, and i! colds., My. children use It and It is pUasaat to take and quickly cures."
: never done a good thing in his life. entertained by the president as has

: Washington and Oregon. These fruits to make the roadbed a compact,'' elastic I And he said that he had done one Prince Louis of Battenberg and others.It SAFE AND SURE Three Sizes, 25c, SOc, $LOO -

mass, which will be able to withstand -
,.. ; being different from any known group good thing. The priest asked him what is therefore, reasonable to presume Tk Childrea't FaToriU Remedy Every Bottlo CttAf aatMd
of citrus fruit, were named citranges the effects of rain storms, etc., I! it and he "I that the rulers of and
I was, said convarted a England Germany St. Louis Mo.
and prevent the losening of the rails. Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ,
: and the two varities distributed were Jew." "How did you convert him?" will be among those sending ,
It after a period of several j .
the Willlta. years | said the priest. "Well I had him out presents, as well as Prince Henry and .

-;: The rusts citrange Is a beautiful should make its reappearance to a i jI|I wid me in a boat and I axed him Prince Louis. The good offices of the SOLD AND RECOMMENDED B

smooth' round fruit, wjth a reddish dust should make its appearance to a I ,ALL DRUGGISTS.
: I would he be a Christian. and he said president in bringing about peace between -
flush, being very similar in size and slight degree this new dust can be I
:. J he wouldn't be a Christian, so I put Russia and Japan will doubt- .
I :: appearance to the tangerine. It makes effectualy laid by sprinkling the sur- .
j him over the side of the boat and less be recognized by the Czar and
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'similar t the face with a solution of from 5 to [ RETAIL PRICE LIST OF
10.
o
I I a good citrangeade,
put his head under water a bit, and the Mikado on this occasion. It .is .
.-' valuable per cent, which will cost from to ,
lemonade and is especlaly to $20 |I then when I let him up I axed him reported that the Kings of Italy and
for {40 mile. WHISKIES WINES BEER ANDMALT
WilL per
The
use culinary purposes.
i would he be a Christian and he said Spain the Sultan of Turkey and the ,; .
;: L-" lits citrange is more like a lemon in In sections where it is merely nec- ,
. he of have
wouldn't so then I put his head. Emperor Austria also declared I
: is to be essary to lay the dust and value ''
and quality it no -
appearance ; .
: under water a longer bit and when I their intention of sending girts toMiss S

S.:: : recommended for use in making cit need be placed upon the solidity of : let him 'up I axed him would he be Roosevelt, while President Lou- E2P3E2S PEEPAID, Bulk good?-Jugs free-Not prepaid :

: : rangeade pies, etc., and may be served the roadbed, applications Westrum-- j]I a Christian, and he said he would be bet: of France, our great sister republic -: Hunting FullQt.Club Measure.Rye ._......
:_:_ ., on .occasion in the place of lemons. ite in a 10 per cent. solution, repeatedat 'a Christian. and so I convarted him." has already ordered two magnificent NeisonCountyRye.-; 90 4 '25 J50 .
Rye.GinCornRum.-Pinefua1ity$2.sopergi1
0 : intervals at. six to ten times Monogram Kve....._...... 5 so 4 60 .8 oo ,
; : Both the rusks, and the Willits cit- a "But 'how do you know said the Sevre vases.. Pope Pius 10th, Hanne's -'.." Rye...,*........_ 3 7s :- 00 95 'Rye, Gin. Corn Kura Best for the money.
and which will cost about $40 I Social Drops.,. ......... ,. G.O $ oo gal.
ranges are nearly seedless. year intention ? 4 50 12 00 3 per
j priest, "that he remained converted? has signified his of sendinga Malt Whiskey.............._ _... 3 75 :500ioo 950 "44" Rye. Peach and apple Mellowe
; : T Four other varities of hardy oranges per mile per application, will be suf-. "Oh I put 'his head under the water handsome wedding present probably Peach Brandy .....?... .....,_ 3-S 050 by age. $4 oo per gal. brandy
........_.. ....... -
: ficient to secure freedom from dust Apple Brandy- ? 3 75 500 9 50
:t or, citranges. have been obtained. each the third time that he might die in a piece of Mosaic from the Vatican Holland! Gin ... ...?_............ 2 So 4 25 75 Vittoria Rye, Social Dr.ops Rye,Medical: quiityLEMP
I : possessing special features of merit. Although Westrumite has not yet j the faith." factory. Geneva Gin ._..... .....,.. 375 5 00 ? 50 : ST, LOUIS BEER. Per dOL

North Carolina Corn....? 265 400 TOO F.ilstaff: ..'.. ,,,.,,, ..._ .......,
One of these ducesa_ fruit .so 'similar been used to 'any extent for the above J.j -TrtlTT-f' *S ,
1- :: pr This seems very similar to the plan The announced intention that the, Mountain Corn.. ....,.. ....?.... :375 S 00 950 Extra Pale...____...,..._..._. .. ... 110
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in size and to the purpose for the reasons that the duty : Jamacia Rum -- 2 06 4 25 7 SO Standard ............. . .
ii -
: appearance ordinary adopted of conveting Russian Jews European rulers will remember the Medford Rum ,.?__.....-........ 3 75 5 uo 950 I Mait.t'Xlradark' ....?.?......_?-. ... ..,-. ...._ I co
: i t1:': : orange that. it can only be distinguished on oil makes its use for that purposein I j I' into Russian Christians. : occasion in this pleasant way may Orape of Brandy.Kentucky.._ .... ..-_. 3 75 5 oo q 50 imported" .......?.?__..._....,. t I toCoHurper oo
: by an expert This fruit foreign countries prohibitive. the : have King Burborn 3 75 500 95Saas<> I Bass Ale. pints__: _...*. __ 2 25
In this connection remember that considerable bearing the
we on man-
Ass=rtment Allowed on all Goods ofPrle Guinness Stout. pints H.._____ J J.5
,. has been, named the Morton. The'Mors : results which .have been obtainedby
when investigating the cattle question ner in which the wedding ceremony. is .
: -:. ", ton: eltrange produces an exceedingly Its use on thousands of miles of some yearsago.. we found, by what '; to be performed. It is to be expected I Prices by tia barrel oa applicrtios. '

: juicy fruit, of the texture which is macadem and dirt roads seems to war- I, .
: seemed to be reliable statistics that that if the.Czar, Kaiser and the others
: ; : almost totally se& less. As in the rant the assertion that it will be I :, '
send
: i I in various European countries Jews presents, they will be personally \ .

- 4 .. rase of the rusks and .the willits cit-. equally effective for use on roadbeds. lived, on the average, about five years presented by the representatives of : : ,

: k % :: ranges it makes a delightful cit Two miles of the midway drive which I longer than Christians, which was sup- I''I their country in Washington. Such HANNE: BROS. .1

: and be for culinary have for some time been treated with ,
:. : rangeade can used
posed to result somewhat from the being the case, it would folIothat:
purposes. Trees of this variety Westrumite by the South Park Com- I I I 246.258 West Adams St. Jacksonville Fla<
.. ; great care taken by the Jews to eat he should be invited in behalf of his ;

;; will be distributed ,to growers. in the. misioners of the city of Chicago I j only the meats of perfectly' .hea thY I I sovereign to attend the .wedding. At-!t
4 spring of 1906. tend to indicate, from the appearance I I
4 animals. the same time it would be scarcelyproper'to J -- -
: Another similar to the of the streets and the results obtainedin I I
Mor-
variety I Wte believe that the Jews take great invite those diplomats whose I II
: :: ton in app rance, but different rendering it dust free and its' surface '
in 'this
.i.. pains respect and that Jewish I I sovereigns had given presents and.
flavor and trt'e'ehatacters., is also believed hard and elastic, that the state
t dealers in meats never put into their leave out those from countries not so j
I I
: to be valuable a.ndill be prop- I meats herein made can be fully sub- meats, for the purpose of preserving thoughtful, and therefore if a few are;

: gated for the distribution as soon stantiated.-Rallway, .Age. them formaldehyde or other poisons invited because of their official posi- J

. as possible. .. as Is done, we fear by not a few of 'tion, it may be determined to invite

:4 : Within recent years the lime has become "FLORIDA FANCIES." our (so-called) Christion !!ealers.Geo. .- them all. This would give the wedding I

,:. : an important commercial fruit I T. Angell, In Our Dumb Animals. a decidedly official complexion and unless -

. : but as yet, the trees. grown are mainly The Courier office* is in receipt of a number of high officials of this .....-.." --

': sedlings and the fruits ,are very? variable an interesting and neatly printed book Florida' the Best State in the Union. country are also invited it would leadtj

;, > In shape size and 'quality. Some I bearing the title of "Florida Fancies." -
. many heart-burnings. Miss Roosevelt -
\ markets are coming to. demand fruits I written by F. R. Swift a New York Florida hag ten million acres today! will probably receive gifts from
-
. One
, r : of a certain size, and it is desirable\ I yachtsman, and published by the for sale, that are: most admirably almost every one of high official position and Two-horse Hay Presses

that growers should plant varieties of Knickerbocker press. I adapted to the business of .poultry In this city, and hundreds of others .

I known characters. Two I In this little book the author tells .
,- new seedlings farming. The climate offers excep throughout the country, in addi- Tedders .S
producing friiit uniform in size and ,, about the scenery and relates interesting :
i i. I I tional advantages since here the expense tion to those sending her presents es- -
,
of good quality have been secured in I I i adventures encountered on a of artificial heating is not necessary ,' pecially those in this city; will expect I Iinvita.tions .. ; ,

the departments experiments these I hunting trip along the St. Johns and j! Mowers .
: ; I ,j and food is easily and cheaply to the wedding, which Rakes

: will. receive names and will be distributed i Ocklawaha rivers. The author did not grown in connection with the business. promises to be a very large affair. I ,

-i I V .' in lime-growing regions. One of : spend his time luxuriating in some' All this land is equally fit, but the I She has received her engagement "
Knife
these produces small fruit and the palatial hotel but went out into the Grinders :
'r a I cost would vary in proportion to transportation ring which has replaced the single ;

: ; other a large fruit.- In both cases the wilds where he could enjoy our incomparable facilities-access to trunk sapphire which she wore while the ,

rr-."* fruit i$ produced mainly near'Hhe exterior scenery. I lines being possible for .
acre.
every : A
new ring was being made. It Is set Complete Stock of
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'
;y I-- .' of the tree.. which is a character lie also tells about the music of the Since the business is one of the most with three pigeon-blood rubies sur- Repairs .

: -: of importance as it greatly facilItates Florida evening which commences I profitable In the country, requiring rounded by diamonds. Miss .Roosevelt Both Deering
and
: the harventing. with the shrill call of the coot, the little capital, why is not Florida being has never worn much jewelry but after McCormick.

,. scream of the blue heron and the trolley ,
settled? The only reason is that few her wedding she will have a hand-

ic .: :. The Perfect Gentleman. trill of the raft duck, the weird know of these advantages and the some supply from which to choose.

whispers of the hot, and the hoarse knowing few have a snap.-Times-Un- MARION .

;I : "John, a peddler came around today cry of the alligator which he was ion. Madison's Proud Record. H0RDW0RE COMPANY.

e selling stove polish. He was a 'obliged to listen to. as in many Instances

,- :-, .' very agreeable gentleman. Why, he he was not able to leave the If the Wife be a Sensible Woman.A Banks! Did you s inquire about -

talked so pleasantly about the weather. for "I
yacht several daysas everythingfor
- banks Why Madison's are the prideof

:; ." miles was swamps and lakes. Tampa man read a touching arti- the county. One with an age of Conveying oqd Power .

:; --- "You don't say Maria?" The author sailed through lakes, cle about how men neglect their wives little more than ten years has a deposit roqsmission 9pplionces.

"Fes. and I bought a package. Then swamps and river to Lake Okecho- after they are marled, so he bought climbing toward the four hun Mogiqery' Mill and

he complimented the baby, and I bee, from where an Indian boy accompanied and took home a two dollar collectionof dred thousand dollar mark, the other, Mining SuppliesFor '

....' bought another package." them who was later killed flowers and it to his wife witha
gave just past' the age of six months, is Catalog and Prices
;- i Address_
:- -- "H'm! by a monster alligator which meas- kiss. She said "they are mighty proud of a deposit just a few hundred .

: : "Presently he said our vestibule ured fourteen feet ten inches and pretty and sweet but I wQuld rather short of two hundred thousand dollars. ,

: -- : was kept In better order than any in weighed about eight hundred pounds. have had a pair of new shoes.". Give Every section of fair Florida is glad .TijE CAMERON & BERKLEY CO.

f l the neighborhood." and then t bought The book is elegantly illustrated by the wife plenty of shoes and dresses with the old year's gifts and the new CHARLESTON, t S.: C. S

another package. Albert E. Swift and is one of the mcst and the solid things of life and she year's promises the face of good for- F. G. HOFFMAN

"Great Scott!" interesting of its kind ever written. will not feel the want of bouquets and tune has surely beamed on our beau Florh Representative. Pho..e 20C .
"Before he left he said he thought Sa'y Hotet Ocala, FlorfCa. -
-Plant City Courier. buggy dr\'es. The trivial
things tiful land, but of all sections of our .
- v I was your daughter instead of being soon lose. their value in the crucibleof state surely our own county wears .. -- -
j old enough to. be wife. Then I Pensacola's ,
I your Recuperation. wedded life.-Tampa Times. the laurel for the prosperity of bank-

i ,- -i: Ibought three additional packages. Oh. the editor of the Calhoun Democrat ing institutions. Bear in mind Madi- OcoIa; FurnitureThere

it doesn't do any harm to Max Wilson in I
1 encourage was Pensacola a week An Editor Who Was Hungry. son's banks are but an index of the .Col1)pnny.

? a real gentleman when you meef one." or so ago and tells in the last issueof --;-- I excellent condition of the people in

-Chicagoews.. his paper with evident surprisehow The Travares Herald have
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whose midst they are located.Madison .,... -
he found everybody hustling in been hungry. In his Issue just before Recorder. ;Ii .

I :: Wants Marion to Have a Good Court the West Florida metropolis and nota Christmas he says:

,- .- .. House. vestige of any sign that the city "We catch you all Christmas Gift Governor Vardaman's assertion that is Nothing Too Good For You. .
.Marlon county wants a new courthouse
; had been visited the
-' l ( past summer by in advance of hristmas morning. We negroes who can read and write are -

'j.t ,, and she really needs one. A an epidemic. The. fact is people at a will have no objection if the gift is more addicted to crime than the Illiterate .

: ;' meeting of the citizens of the county distance were worse disturbed by it sack of That's a broad statement .
a sweet. potatoes a box of will attract wide attention but it holds good
,;: was held last Saturday at Ocala than people here, where I gret buying cheap for you wm surely :re..
nearly
big hen furniture
everybody oranges a turkey or a rooster throughout the country and cause the Now that does not
c and a commitee appointed to act Ink mean that .
went about his business as -just any old thing to eat will do." I subject-to be looked into to see whether should pay an exhorbitant price for YOur you'
conjunction .with the baord of county though nothing whatever was the It is to be he : toohere goodsand: if you would ,
hoped got it and consequently the statement is correct or not. Jme can get' the best goods at lower ,
; commissioners and, the, prospects are matter-Pensacola News.Is feels better now. The chief justification for educationof are' paying other place. prices. than you
t i---- bright for an imposing 'temple of jus- Sorry Hillman is Down and Out. \ -
children at public expense .Is that .
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t \ tic*.-Citrus Couaty ChrolllclM .
The
Talk.
Way They education makes better citizens while -
) Capt ,Hillman has announced that Find enclosed, a Valued subscriber -
.- says! the ranks' of the victims are constantly i .
ule for Sale. he will not be a candidate for gover- ,- one dollar for the "Good.old ; f
recruited from the 'F .
Smith
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year ,
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would make a 'good one.-Citrus Marion county and belongs to the that the effect is lust the ,

Munroe & Chambliss. !t County Chronicle. houehold treasures.: when reverse S.will. take- pleasure .. applied to the black. race..-Pen- Showing )OU the best goods.at
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VOL.40, NO. 31. ; OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 190G. OXE DOLLAR A YEAR

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SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, APPROACHING WEDDINGS. IN MEMORIAM. CITY FINANCES. I HARVIE JORDAN WILL PRESIDE Thorough Organizath," Hon. Jv" H.

Local Editor. "I ..._ I Address-"Difficulties in Effecting -

Smith-Maughs. Chairman Ford's Report Shows Them ; Crescent City Preparing for Big Seymour, president Alabama Division

I Sunda morning at St. Philips Catholic Resolutions Passed by the Order of to be in a Healthy Condition. I Crowds of Planters During Con- Southern Cotton Association, Montgomery .

,HAPPENINGS ABOUT TO'WN.Hiss I vention-Prominent Men to Ala. Adjournment.::
church were published the bannsof Elks on the Death of Mr. To the President and City Council of I .
Deliver Speeches. Night Se5sion.Address'Yarehou.es .
the approaching marriage of Dr. Ocala:
Standley. "
Lillian Eichelberger is again I for Cotton ,

quite sick with dengue fever. Dan Morgan Smith and Miss Jessie I I beg herewith to submit my annual Special to the Ocala Banner. Mr. W. J. White Russellville, Ark. .

Maughs, both of this city. The date At a session of Ocala Lodge, No. 851 statement of the finances of the city Discussion. .
New Orleans Jan. 10.-The first an-
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for the preceding year, 1905.
Address-"E\'ils
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow has just recently of the marriage, which will be sometime B. P. O. Elks, held at Elks Hall, Jan- nual convention of the Southern Cot- of Future Speculation

received a very handsome new the latter part of January, has uary 9, 1906, the following resolutionswere The receipts and expenditures of the ton Growers' Association, which will ," Mr. E. B. Alfr.rd. Texas. .
have been
city follows
as :
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surrey. not yet been made public. adopted: I be held here January 11, 12 and '13, Address-"Extending our Markets- ,

RECEIPTS. for American Cotton," Erister Asho-
The announcement of this marriagewill
will probably break all previous records .
Whereas-The Grand Exalted Ruler Balance January 1, 1905. .$ 1,360.61
of raft, Florence, Ala. Adjournment.
lion Frank Adams Jasper was be a matter of very great interest in the annals of agricultural

registered at the Ocala House yester owing to the prominence of both of the Universe in His infinite wisdom Ordinary receipts, 1905. .. 26,097.27 meetings, both in attendance and in Morning Session-Saturdoy. '

Electric light 1903:: . . 5,942.59 '
day. parties. Dr. Smith has been living has decreed that our brother prominence. 'Thus far a surprisingly Address-"Federal Bureaus of Cot-
Proceeds of bonds... ::. . 43,703.13 "
ton Statistics Hon.
D. F. Livingston,
I in Ocala for quite a number of years Sands A. Standley having finished his large number of hotel reservations

Miss Evelyn Liddon has returned I )r. C., Covington, Ga. .
| and is one 9t our must prominent, pop-
have been made, indicating that
'I work earth, should be called to many
home from pleasant visit to relatives / upon $i9,103,60EX Address-By lIon. John Temple .
a ui.tr a progressive physicians; and prominent and wealthy planters will
his reward.
at Starke. I citizens. I EXDITURES.frdinaiy Graves, Atlanta, Ga. :

'Ye'accept with deep humility the : ( expenditures. . .$17,013.12 ,participate in the proceedings. Address
-"The Newspaper and Its
/Miss Maughs is a sister of Mr. G. I Careful selection has been made in : -
/ rulings of an inscrutable Providence Electric .. . -
light plant 13,223.77Scrip
of ,
Col. G. X. Saussy, vllawkinsville : I Relation to the Southern Cotton Association
T. Maughs and is well known, having the matter of platform timber and none
business before and testify to the faithfulness of our, retired. . ..;. .,. 17,638.46 H. '- -
tGa., is in the city on been for the past few :years, city tick- those best through Y. Brooke, Luverne, .
circuit departed Brother in maintaining the I Scrip interest ... . . 4,374.62 but men qualified J Ala. -
the court. et agent for the Atlantic Coast Linerailway I -
precepts of bur Order "Charity, Justice Bond interest. ., . .. .. .. 1,770.12 experience and training have been requested -
having her office in the Ocala Report of committjes. Adjournment -
to address the
Favorite Fertilizer for all crop and Brotherly Love and Fidelity." Fire and road bonds . . 2850.00 delegates on '

all fertilizer material for sale by Lang, House. We extend to his bereaved family. Judgment .. ... .. : . 3000.00 timely t and interesting topics. Afternoon :
:Swartz & Co. x Both Dr. Smith and :Miss Maughs J the two of the Senion.Addl'f'ss"Capitalizatlontt. .
: our heartfelt sympathy and mourn Balance .. . ...\ . . 19,233.51 During past year: or
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have a great many friends, who will cotton growing industry has under- Mr. S. A:.
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with them the "absent" one. May the *
W. Martin of Jacksonville, .
Mr. John Witherspoon. Meridian, Miss.Address"Organization -
wish for them married
a happy
very -. gone some radical changes through
recording. angel, write him as "one
$79,103.60Against
traveling man in .
was a popular young I in Arkansas -
life. -
which the balance of has fallento
power
who loved his fellow men.
:: this balance pf 19233.51 "
Ocala this week. I Mr. B. F. Burnett, president Ark-
the farmer. This is the result, primarily :
Otis T. Green 1
Smith Johnson. the following items must be set as ansas Division Southern Cotton Association -
of the improved financial status -
Mrs. W. J. Cornell and child are Maurice Strauss, pertaining to the expenditures of last : Chickalah, Ark. .
Mrs. Lillian Johnson, *>l Newport, of the cotton producer; secondly, : '.
David S.; Williams,
relatives and friends at An year: .
visiting Address-"Concert of Action, Hon. .

thony. has announced the engagement of her j I Committee.The I Outstanding scrip .4. . .$ 1,371.20 of the immensely augmented spinners'requirements W. A.. Dickson, Centerville, Miss. -
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daughter, Pattie, to Mr. Harry for raw cotton. With
Sinking; fund for year 1905,
Final report of committees. Adjournment :
Smith, of Louisville Ky. The weddingwill
Mr. J. D. Williams, of Arcadia, for Crosby Damage Suit. Electric light bonds, . 1,116.00Interest these conditions as a working basis, Sine Die. '
be a quiet one and after a short the southern farmers have, through ,
many years a resident of Ocala is here on general bonds to All papers ami addresses limited to
dding trip the couple will
} : for a few day's visit. w young The suit .brought by Mr. J. W. January 1, 1905 . : ;. 1,123.00Amount education,, practical demonstration and thirty minutes. All discussions limitedto
make their home in Louisville.Mr. sagacity
Crosby against the A. C. L. railway to yet to be expended a newly developed business ,
Smith is a nephew of Messrs. R. thirty minutes and speeches to ten
dominationof
Mrs. D.' A. Miller has gone to Dun- recover damages for the injury of his to electric light plant . 10,000.00' swept away the arbitrary minutes. .
L. and II. L. Anderson of this city, .
the spinner and the speculator, completely -
nellon to see her sister, Mrs. J. W. little daughter, Ethel, sustained some
and is also a nephew of Mrs. R L
the time-honored
Castel, who is seriously ill. time ago by getting her foot crushed Making a total of . .; .$13,612.20Which upset mar- The Married Ladies Card Club.' .
Anderson. ket methods which favored the spin-
while standing on the .platform of one deducted from the above
Miss Johnson has spent most of her
Mr. and Mr. W. J. Bright and son, of the coaches, occupied the entire attention balance, leaves the sum of $5,621.31 ner and the speculator, and brought The Married Ladies Card Club has ,

of Missouri, are the guests of the for- life in Louisville and is one of the of the court Wednesday.Mr. !! net balance in the city's treasury to the export buyer of actual cotton to "

cleverest artists in that city, her work I been reorganized, for the winter 'season -
the interior thus eliminating a large
Mr. R. A. Bui ford and Maj. L. T.I I
mer's sister and brother-in-law, commence the year 1906 with, and
having attracted a good deal of atten- I I middlemen for and were entertained at their first
class of who nearly a-
Izlar are endeavoring to protect the I
and Mrs. C. L. Moore. with only $177.31: of the ad valorem '
meeting on Wednesday afternoon by
tion. interests of the railroad and Mr. R. year have not shared in any of the
collected.The .
taxes of 1905; as yet
...- L.j! Miss Abbie Munroe at the attractive
Mr. Hibbert Weathers, who has been Anderson and Mr. ILL Anderson ordinary revenue for 1905 was profits of the business. ,
Miss Piatt Gives Informal JapaneseTea. i home of her mother, Mrs. Allan Mun
ftuite sick for several weeks, Is improving looking after the interests of Mr. Cros- $26.097.27. the ordinary expenditures, There are many farmers in the
roe on Onondago Hill, two miles southof
which will be pleasant news by. $17,013.12. Taking the receipts and south who realize that they are now .
town.
.to his friends. Superintendent II. A. Ford Capt. expenditures for 1906 at the same figures marketing their cotton under changed .
Miss Edith Piatt was the hostess at much conditions The club will meet t" ..chY k on
and improved
Lowry who was a conductor on the and adding $6,486, the amount very
I a small and very pleasant Japanese Wednesday and the members are anticipating -
:Mr. Robert E. Fort, of LynneTwas in Homosassa branch of the A. C. L. at I needed for sinking fund and intereston : but very few of them 'understand fully
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Wednesday afternoon at which delightful times to
p 1 Ocala Monday on his way to Atlanta the time of the accident, Mr. P. W. : general bonds and electric light i just what has happened not how these very '
time she asked a few of her friends in gether on these occasions. There will
. Ga., where he will attend a barber Whitesides, who was express agent at bonds, there will remain a balance of altered conditions may be made per-
to meet Miss Kate Jackson, who is be no prizes given until the'e J.of the
college for the next few months. the time, and several others, are wit- receipts over expenditures for 1906 of manent and further improved upon.
here from Gainesville, Georgia, visit- discussed season, at which time a handsome trophy -
for the defense. These subjects will be fully -
nesses
$2,598.15. To this must be added the -
ing her sister, Mrs. Henry Livingston. will be given to tlfe member who
number of convicts were in at the convention next week, and a :
A large
; The witnesses for the plaintiff are
; balance on hand January 1, 1905, so .
Ocala yesterday and were sent to the Miss Piatt received and entertained Ethel Crosby, Mrs. Crosby, Henry that the city treasury should have in I conservative campaign for the future will have made the best score...during '

her callers in her studio, which was I the entire season..
; various turpentine camps and the Raysor; Dr. Powers, Dr. Izlar, Conductor hand January 1, 1907, $8,219.46, besides I will be mapped out. f
(* decorated with lanterns The with Munroe
prettily Japanese meeting Miss was
mines. I The following is the official programannounced
fphosphate and others.
Lowry such portion of the ad valorem taxes
\ fans, and parasols. The hos- I for. the occasion, and'il1 exceedingly pleasant and the' ladles,
Little Ethel. who sustained the injuries ,
I for 1906 as may then be collected.In .
ac. tess wore a very pretty Japanese ki- I ,who enjoyed the games were Misses
and flolowed possible
be :
I: Mr. F. M. Long, postmaster won honors as a witness, and addition to this there will be as nearly as '
mona and in her hair had arranged Abbie Munroe,. Minnie and Louise
1 <;: merchant of Holder was a visitor to answered all questions without confusion $4,482 in the sinking fund for retiringthe Thursday Morning.
very gracefully a large chrysanthemum. Gamsby, Mary Piatt Emily Stotes :
I Convention called to order at 10o' 1
r' our city yesterday. put to her and with .a quick- two bond issues. This does not
I'" Her guests were Miss Jack- lock Harvie Jor- bury., Mrs. D. W. Davis, Mrs. ,F. T. -
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a. m. president
-- ness and precision that was remark- take into calculation profit on the by
P-- It behoves you to use the best fertilizers son, Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs. "Wil any dan. Schrieber, Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Mcs. -

":, on your crops. Favorite FertilIzers liam Gary, Mrs. Edward Helvenston able.The Operation of the new electric light Invocation. G. K. Robinson, Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs. .
made, and will give defense has the model of the plant. whkh sl.ould be a substantialone. --
are honestly Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk. Mrs. Henry Liv- G. F. Dittmer, Mrs. T. T. ilunroe, .
of Hon. John
welcome
the best results. Lang, Swarts & Co., train on which the little girl was injured Address ,
: 'agents for Ocala. x ingston, :\1is:5es.lJattie. Dye, Esther Parker on behalf of "The Progressive Mrs. H. S. Chambers, Mrs. William .
;... showing how the accident ac- The; finamHal (condition o'the cityis
< I Weathers and Emily Ford. Union and the City of New Orleans. Anderson, Mrs. E. M. Gregg, of North
Flo d. formerly of this curred. one, and fully .
Mr. John B. > a most satisfactory I
:\ A novel little guessing contest kept I Response, W. 1... Foster. Shreveport Carolina and Mrs. B. A. Weathers. ,
:, county, but now of St. Augustine, the guests pleasantly interested. The The follow ing-are the names of the justifies the policy of the city councilof .

returned from a business jurors who are sitting in the case: J.W. 1904 and 1903: in advocating the Issue La.
his recently
;; questions were written on cards ornamented Southern Farmer" Mr. Benjamin Howard Clak left ,'
Lyle C. A. Liddon, I.. J. Hooper of bonds and the abandonment of Address-"The '
I :" I' trip to Texas. with pretty Japanese girls Hon. Harvie Jordan president Southern Friday for Mexia, Texas wheie on :
i David Grantham, J. Brass jr. the policy of meeting the financial -
:> all relating to / the of the claventh
and the answers were Cotton Association.AddressCooperation. evening January -
: Mala Houghton after spending the needs of the city by the issue of scrip, '
of Japanese. he married to Miss Lillian
and suggestive things of Farmers," was "
I Card
Mrs. Munroe's
three weeks at home with his Party. which discounted ten cent.
: past Several of the ladies cut for the prize, was per Hon. 11 A. Calvin Dallas, Tex. president Bonner. He is accomiKinied by the .
> left Tuesday for College and bore eight cent interest.
parents, I per
-.. which was won by Mrs. Hocker. It Mrs. Theodore T. Munroe Thursday Farmers' Educational and Cooperative best wishes of his many Ocala friends.Mr. .
r Park, Georgia, where he attends the i Herbert A. Ford, ,
was a very pretty hand-painted cal- Union. Discussion. and :Mrs. Clark will return to
f-:: Georgia Military Academy. ; afternoon sustained her reputation asfen Chairman Finance Committee. ,
: ander the work of Miss Piatt, who is Ocala between the twentieth and the -
!1' _ _ i ideal hostess, when she so charmingly --a- Appointment of Committees. Adjournment. -
I a gifted artist. twenty-fifth and frfr awhile: will'make
4i i Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bagley and Mr. I entertained a number of ladiesin Big Dinner at the Rendezvous.
,' The refreshments at this pelasanttea Afternoon Session. their home with the groom's parents,
and Mrs. G. E. Paine, prominent resi- her new home on South Second -
: china
i; were served on Japanese Labor in the Mr. and Mrs. W H. Clark.
> dents of Atlanta were in Ocala Tues- street. A few days ago a very swell dinner Addiess-"Foreign ,

, ;: ,and very prettily carried out the idea Cotton Fields," Hon. Chas. Scott, ..u____-_ ___ a
served to the at the -
to was guests popu-
: day on their way to Homosassa There is no more attractive little
of the afternoon.
: spend a couple of weeks fishing and home in Ocala than Mrs. Munroe's. lar Rendezvous at Homosassa. Amongthe Rosedale Miss.
\ddress-'Value of Manufactured Kimball!
guests present were Mr. Harry
hunting. Wever Give Entertain The quaint architecture and good taste ::4
Mr. and Mrs.
.,. of the hostess have combined to makeit Bare, of Philadelphia, Mr. H Walmer, Cotton Compared to the Raw Product ilL'i :

ment. lion. D. A. Thompkins, Charlotte, N.
Whitfield a most of Hummelstown, Pennsylvania Mr.
: Miss Myrtle gave particularly comfortable and love

enjoyable candy pulling one evening Charles Prinz a New York artist and C. Discussion. rOrgans
The beautiful home ofIr.. and ly.

< recently to quite a number of tier ''I Mrs. C. J. Weer was a scene of festal I Simply and charmingly decorated importer and quite a number of others Address-"Closer Relations Between

home of her I Bankers and Farmers" John D. Walker Direct from FacWUOALE -
friends at the parents
':.. young splendor; Tuesday evening in honorof with graceful bamboo the attractive -
< ; McRae. Th The Rendezvous is under the able president First National Bank, -- tory at
Gibbs
and Mrs. -
,I Mr. her guests, Misses Harris and Rob- parlor and dining room made a delightful ,

.' young people had a very merry time. inson of Williston and .Misses Mar I background for the animated : management of Mr. W. C. Lowry and I Sparta Ga. Adjournment. '- ,t' ; PRICES

lowe and Wever, of Blitchton. The ladies and well dressed women, who enjoyedMrs. is a most delightful hotel. All of the Night Session. \ ', :YI'lfiJjlJ On mtfnthly payments -

-" Cot John L. DigIts, accompanied by most gracious and in the Munroe's gracious hospit>tUtr.; guests are very high in their praise. of \.tress-.Trade Relations Between .. : '

: his san William Lawncey Inglis, left best were of spirits. After playing many The hostess gave her guests an opportunity it and of :Mr. and Mrs. Lowry. Spinner and Grower," IJon. J. A. I $2.JV en quarterly Monthly cr

.; S Tuesday for Miami. where they expect the guests" were escorted to' test their skill "in playIng The following menu was served at Brown, Chadbourn, N. C. jt upwards.
interesting games
"Organization," Walter You 'an now' bin tin famous Kimball -
the Address -
yacht,
Colonel Inglls's dinner
; to meet: the fascinating game of whist. the :
to the beautiful dining room Organs or Uie reliable, Great
tT- Tuna. From Miami they will sail on where all were served to delicious Miss Stotesbury proved the most efficient Anchovy-Sur Capdpe. Clark president Mississippi; Division Western Uignns diret from the makers -

..: the yacht to Key West Tampa andPort I. and was presented with a beautiful Gulf of Mexico Oys.tei4 En Conquille Southern Cotton AEbociation, Clarksdale at hole-idle fat't< rv prices. We
fruits.
cake, ambrosia and will send them to reliable people any-
Miss.
?> Ing\is.Timt.'s Union. of the pleasantest features of I bouquet of bride and bridesmaidsroses. Sweet Pickles. here in the I'nfted States, to be 'paid .

One Mrs. Newsom received the Lettuce Young Onions, Celery I Address-"Value of the Southern for on extremely easy payment plan-

and 'and' the evening was the delightful music,, Cotton Association to the South," $2.5O monthly and upwards. .. .
f" Mrs. Christian Ax nurse Green Turtle Bisque Courtons
'. which was furnished by the young la- booby prize, a bunch of lovely pink Operating the Uugst musical Instrument

:Miss Ax, of Baltimore, Md., who spend I and white carnations. Homosassa Bay Bass Hon. H. M. Jacoway, Dardanelle, Ark. I factory in the world, employing

rf Tstered Seminole Adjournment the largest capital, buying raw -
their winters in Florida, are dies.The Munroewas Sauce.
party included about twenty- I Gracefully assisting Mrs. material in the largest quantities for

: at the Ocala House. Mr| Ax owns a four besides the honored guests Misses 1 Miss Munroe and Mrs. Chambersand Wild Turkey Hunter Dressing Morning Session-Friday. cash-the Kimball System of mam-

;' large body of land known as""The daintily Prinz Salad. Address-"Object and Aims of the factqring and distributing free
,- Maude Robinson Artie Marlowe. Lu- a delicious supper was through our 200 supply stations pwtively
I Cotton Association, lIon. J.
Citra. Southern
Meadows near StleA
Chicken Pie
cile Harris and Clifford Wever. After served. Philadelphia paves purchasers, $zO to J59 on
1 of whist which ta Cream. McMartin, Port Gibson Miss. first class, organs.If .
the
Enjoying games
Ocala is the only city in Florida spending the -evening very pleasantlyat Idylwild Pail Address-"Fanner, Banker and you haven't any organ you wanton
10:30 the invited guests departedfor were marked on cards ornamented ; and you want an good onea:
that we know of which has a citizen I Warehouseman," Mr. W. G. P. Hard
Little Roast
Pig music
that Wever with exquisite little water colors, were mere prety c'ase with no in.it
able to buy the entire Issue of bonds home, hoping M/s. Lemon Jelly ing, president First National bank, won't do. Secure at once the old
S.
would have many more such pleasant Mrs. W. V. Newsom, Mrs. II. Reliable Kimball Organ, at prices and
cities -
la.
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of one of the coming prosperous Candied Yams. Birmingham,
Chambers, Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs. very conttnient terms

of the state. This was done by parties.Mr. Frank Harris, Mrs. W. S. Bullock, Walmero Favorite English Peas Address-"Cotton: The Basis of Se/id today for our money. saving

Dr. Walter Hood of this city, who Potatoes Southern Prosperity, Hon. E. D. Smith, plan and free catalogue.
Snow
and Mrs. Thomas Bright, of Mrs. William Anderson, Mrs.: HerbertL. Under no circumstances can you afffrd -

bought all_ the bonds floated by Fort Toronto Canada have arrived in Anderson, Mrs. E. l\[. Gregg, of Baked Macaroni Royal. president South CarolJna Division : to buy or consider any other, organ -

Pierce, on..the east coast giving there Hummelstown Cordial. Southern Cotton Association, .Colum until you have our money laYing!
Ocala and ,will spend the next three Wilmington. N. C.. Mrs. A. E. Gerig, proposition. S
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for par'alue.. .T. Strawberry Short Cake. biaS.C. The most inexperienced, buyers can -<
or four months with us. They are Mrs.. E. T. Helvenston, Mrs. W
.. Lemon Mermgue Pie Report "Of Committees. Adjournment est trader, or as thotikh you were herein
the McDonald house on Gary, Mrs. G. T. Dittmer, Mrs. George .
occupying that
I person you have our assurance
Mr. John R. Jeffords 'is now mayor
Summerfield avenue. Mr. and Mrs. MacKay, Mrs. F. T. Schrieber. :Mrs. C.R. Blackberry Roll Claret Rouce each organ will be selected by an ex
of Clearwater. Mr. Jeffords Is an Afternoon Session.
c1r visitorsto Mrs. G. K. Robinson Mrs.Z. Nuts Raisins Oranges pert.A.
welcomed Tydings. t
always
Ocala te. This leads us to remark Bright are Wafers Address-"Financing the Southern fine stool and .mu lc book free
v Ocala. C. Chambliss, -Misses Minnie and Crackers Cheese with each organ. .
that Ocala has furnished two mayors I Cotton Association," Prof. J. H.Con- ,
Louise Gamsby, Emily Stotesbury and Solong Green and Black TeaDelvin Write today for free catalogue.LiuJdenGampbellSmitli .

: fqr the progressive city of Tampa, Tassee nell, Dallas, Texas.

r. and now one for Clear water..The. Ocala A stream of visitors. is now pouring Abbie Munroe. Address-"Diversification'. and Organization Go

iI S is of the pushing, progressive, into Florida. We hope that they will Mr. L. B. Irvin, Stillwater -
spirit has absorbed the :Marion county ships the melons and ,
dollars and en- The Daily Reporter
part with their good
.. onward variety, the kind that gets Evening Star at Orlando. Jefferson county the mel. .n setd. Okla. 18 West Bay St.
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PAGE SIX > 0" J- THE OCALA. BANNER, ,FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1906. _ ";f! _ _

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6'sn CHURCH UNION, r THE AMERICAN GIRL REFUSE TO KNEEL TO THE POPE Corn Bread, Chicken' and 'the Cam

4 THE OCALA BANNER pais!". WALKED 1 1fOR
I H HAD. NOT

s.J &.- 3.-?$-'* :, -- It will: be seen from an article that The majority of people seem to Even Divorcees Were Presented to -'

FRANK HARRIS, Editor. Slough Jan. 4,. 1906.
we reprint from the Atlanta News think that the Congressional Recordis Pope Pius X-Americans Must Long
"\P. Leavengood, Business Manager. To the Editor Ocala Banner: f
: that the attempt to unite certain a heavy, ponderous volume fit on- Bring Introduction From
.
Will those who are feeding on cbtek- 11 1 MONTHS

'1 churches in small communities in ly to be read by statesmen philosophers Bishop to Gain Audience. en now continue to feed on chicken ,

Canada is meeting with success. ,, scholars and college presidents.We until! they shall have shuffled off this .

It seems to us that this is a good confess that we always find very Special to the Ocala Banner: I mortal coil? S
Rome I Terrible Sore on Ankle.! Caused
January 5.-The practice of feeding
SAlt When Hon. M. L. Payne was
movement light, breezy and delightful reading in "
American tourists, to consider the Vatican on chicken and smacked his lips if he Awful Suffering-Could Not Sleep,
churches have the same objectin the Record.
as one of the curiosities to be Cam, who was
enjoyed it, Mr. W. D. Said
view and are striving for the same Our statesmen are not always sedate, included in their sightseeing schedule, living on plain corn bread, promisedthe nor Rest- Physician Leg

end ,and if the saying be true, that grave and severe. will be restricted to some extent in people that if they would just let Would Have to Be Amputated -

., "in unity there is strength." it oughtto For instance in opening the Record I the future, at least so far as visits of him feed on chicken one time he would -S

"' Hold good in the case of the chur- I I the Pope are concerned.The .
I
yesterday we came across the following not ask for it any more, but he has

ches. There is also another quotation definition of the American girl privilege of having audience chicken from that CURED BY CUTICURA
feeding on
._,_ _. i gone on
.: .I ;
bearing on this point, which is even by Ezekiel S. Candler, jr., congressman I with the Pope has been abused recently day until this and has cultivated a IN SIX WEEKS

:- stronger, and is taken from the sacred from : by Americans In several Instances S
tI' --_ : -___ -- Mississippi, which almost taste for this dish that almost puts
volume itself, which says that a I and each of S -
these
equals the one cases -
very superb and poetic
-w Motto: The Banner, believing those Brother Payne to the blush.

: "- ..t the top well able to take care of "house divided. against itself cannot I description' given of her recently by has given considerable offense and Will Brother Cam cry for more "I had a terrible sore on my ankle

y ;r < themselves, has.taken its stand in the stand." the editor of the Tampa Tribune. has caused a great deal of annoyanceand chicken' this year or will he pass the I and had not walked any for clevm

;_ barricades with the common people If these churches should unite, say Mr. Candler said: mortification to the Vatican auth- delicious disl, to some other poor fellow I months. :I tried nearly everything

-i--; and its fight will be made for the bet 1 in a small community like Ocala, the "God made the American girl. He orities. who has been liylnon plain corn without any benefit and had a doctor,

: C terment of those at the bottom. I churches thus united could afford to sent His It will be remembered that on one but he didn't seem to do tiny good. lIe
angel messengers throughoutall bread ever since the big freeze? to have
have
'I' _ _ hav a better building, pay the preacher I occasion several months several said I would my leg ,-
the
star-strewn realms of ago has not I would walk
: spaceto But then. Brother Cam taken off, and that never
,_: ; :: FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1906. a better salary and it would be a gather all there was of beauty and Americans, although fully instructedas been feeding on chicken any longer. again. I suffered awful, and at night "

;. : : _ _ smaller tax on the community.As brightness, of enchantment, of glam- to the ceremonial required upon I nor does he enjoy it any better, than I could not sleep at alL I thought

it Is we are now supporting a : there was no rest for me, but as BOO
presentation at the -Vatican refused to
; There are few things better than to our. When those angels returned from some others who have been feeding on I to use Cuticura Soap and
began
: as
taVe. a child's wonder and' a child's catholic church an Episcopal church their harvesting of beauty and threw kneel when the Pope appeared. On it so long that they do not know thereis Ointment it commenced healing nicely.

.w,; love., a Methodist church, a Presbyterian down their glittering burden at His another occasion an American woman any other dish but chicken. They I bathed the ankle with warm water.

r church, a Baptist church, and a Chris- feet, lIe began in their wondering pres- was presented to the Pontiff notwith- liken one office to, one part of this and Cuticura Soap and. then applied "

J 'In view of fiutterings. of the insurance tian church. ence the fashioning of the Americangirl. standing the fact that she was a divorced favorite- fowl and some other office to Cuticura Ointment to the affected
the
and laid cloth over sore
: ; Our white population, we will say woman and it is well part, a
companies Tom Lawson's ran- He wrought with the known
gold and
cannot
another part of It., and if they to .hold it in place.; Aftertwtweeks'IcouIdwa1karoundiflmYrOOmTl

t- dom shot seems to have struck the is a fraction over two thousand and the gleam of the stars shifting gloriesof that the Pope does not sanction divorce get the breast .they will take the thigh

-i- of these only one-fifth are heads of and has and in six weeks' time ankle
bull's never countenanced it
good my
eye. the rainbow hues, and the palid and if they cannOt get it, they will ,
families, or tour hundred in round by receiving was entirely cured and I was walking -
who
i silver of the He any men or women
'r.- moon. wrought with take the neck rather tran be forced to
around out of doors. I am enjoying
i'4 An author has said that "flowersare numbers, and of this four hundred the crimson which swooned in the had been divorced. In that latter instance the corn bread' diet. perfect health and have gone to work

: ;V: the sweetest things God has made some are not church goers and do rose's rubied heart with the pure several American bishops sent Mark my prophecy. A cry for and feel as well as I ever'did in my life,

and forgot to put a soul in." not pay their proportion of this tax. sweet snow which gleams from thelily's strong remonstrances to the Vatican chicken will be heard from all partsof so I know that the Cuticura Remedies

So, whenit is brought to its last anal- authorities and the result was. that are the best in the world.
petals, and the fires and the the county in the coming campaign.One .
: The only thing pious about the ysis it will be seen that this burdenof flames which flash and leap from jewel's the authorities decided to restrict the Cuticura was recommended to me
Corn
to
Who Wants Change
who had used it when bbaby's '
: Jacksonville Metropolis" its daily supporting six churches with their granting of audiences to Americansto by a lady
depth. Then ,
glancing deep into
Bread for Chicken. head was so full of sores he could

scripture quotations.If assessments for various, purposes, falls His own bosom, He took of the love a great extent.It not lie down. She had to bet him up

fa.- on the shoulders of a very few and which gleamed there like some rare has been ordered that American CONDENSED FOOD FOR NAVY. in her arms to sleep (signed) Mnr.

: you: are on the water wagon stay the question of unification from a pearl beneath the wind-kissed wavesof applicants hereafter must be recommended Mary: Dickerson i ,Louisa,C.H.Va.,April

en it-don't jump off and l not financial standpoint is very strong In- their 2'2, 1905"
, >o sure a summer sea, thrilled into the by respective bishops or President Roosevelt Wants Further _

: to fall oft.President. deed.We form He was fashioning, and all heaven have their applications supported by Tests Made With Emergency
hope the effort in Canada will COMPLETE TREATMENT :
1 and earth rejoiced, for, lo! He had some recognized official here, who Rations-offices Favor It.
L RoOsevelt is succeed and if it does that it will '
now charged wrought the American, girl." (Continued assumes the guarantee that the persons Consisting of Cuticura Soap
1r with wrecking the Odell machine. Let spread to the United States. Church \ recommended .J
by him are not in
; Ointment and PillsMaynowbehadforonedollar.
applause.) Special to the Ocala Banner: ,
t him keep on wrecking and he will increase sentiment now ig very catholic'and
any objectionable.
way
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single
I 'Washington, D. C., Jan. 5.-It has .
I. i. his popularity at least in this tolerant and the world is all the better The Meteor. been decided by the naval authorities. set is often sufficient to cure the meet

L 1E section. for it EMPLOYEES SHARE PROFITS. t torturing, disfiguring, itching,burning,
I -- _ I to equip the navy with the army emergency i and scaly humors, eczemas, rashes,and j

The first and second numbers of the rations and in the near future I irritations, with loss of hair, from I- 3
L : A Richmond merchant has been Governor, Broward and His Friends. Cleveland Railway Divides the Profitsof
St. Augustine Meteor have been received six thousand of these rations will be. fancy to age, when all other remedi**
I fined $100 for hugging a Virginia I the Past Year-Also and even the best physicians fail.
at this office. This is a new I Increases purchased for the use of landing parties -
girl. ;If she was an average Virginia In speaking of Governor Napoleon I Cuticnr*Soap Ointment and PHIi,air told thmurt..t
paper recently established in the "An- Dividends on Stock. and in the exercise of "abandon the world. Potter Dm?*Chem.Corp.! R ooo.'okPtcp&eMa"5nandBioodPucaboo.
I L Broward and his reflection I ."
; girl, he got a bargain.-Tallahassee upon
: "
cient City" by lion. Lewis W. Zim, I ship. S
f i'- Capital. the integrity of the Florida editors .
; I who is the senator from that county Special to the Ocala Banner: The. navy has never had an emergency -
: the Tampa Herald] makes the following CHURCH UNION.
and one of the most capable and conscientious Cleveland, 0., Jan. 5.-The dividends ration of its own but it is the r
The Ocala Banner carries no dead l comments.
I members in that body. He declared by the Cleveland Electric wish of President Roosevelt that more
: advertisements nor dead weights of "The Herald does not believe that I This; is most and
y announces that the Meteor is an up- Railway company, amounting to $58- work shall be done by landfejg parties I a interesting significant -
any description. It is a live paper there is a paper or a man in the state '
builder and the upbuilder is everywhere 500 is payable today. The companyis extending over several days. movement in Canada II at
from top to bottom and is growing who can point to a private or official
to be honored. in a. prosperous condition and not -rhis. of course, requires some special proposed union of three great relig-
.: more alive and lively every daYr act of Gov. Borward's which would indicate
a- The Meteor is also the.portrayer of only the stockholders profit by that provision in the way food, andit ious
: \ that he has ever been untruthful denominations Presbyterian,
events as they occur, local, state and fact, but also the employes, who share is realized by the navy. officers that
: While Governor Broward Is spendIng and therefore no one can justly Methodist and Congregationalunderthe
4 national. This is to say that it will in the profits by receiving an increasein nothing better can be obtained than
the money\ the state on that acuse him. t title role of the United Church of
t --- keep abreast of the times-keep upwith their wages. The increase for the the emergency rations which have
great venture of draining the ever- The remarks of the Herald are respectfully Canada. -
the procession. more than 2.000 motormen and conductors stood the test of practical service in
/ : glades in ortler to give us more lad, referred to Messrs. John T. The central committee of the three
We hope it's career will be long and of the company amounts to I the field.
2: it might be a prety good idea to spend Lewis, of :Moss Bluff and John D.I I churches say the press dispatches,
I successful about 1 cent per hour. The increase -
it just a litle of the state funds to locate Robertson, of Ocala who did
more for I have already
I agreed
upon a doctrinal -
_
I I.I .. in .the wages of the employes was decided Georgia Loses Four College PresidentsiFour
good sellers on the many hun him in this county in the last campaign I code that will make the
The rumblings of trouble and possible I .upon by the Board of Directors college presidents Georgia three denominations -
dreds of thousands of. unclaimed than any other two inen.
; I dire disaster come from Mississippi i recently, after they had increased the sacrificed their lives on the altar of one; and the plans for
: lands
: already available. Would it not the union will
i, Mount Vardaman and Mount Mc- regular dividends from 4 to 5 per cent. duty last year. It seems in these % very shortly be submitted
: be a good idea, tlf look at it in thiswayrLive Governor Broward Deals' in Flowers to all the
Oak Democrat. of Rhetoric. I Laurin are both in eruption and the The action of the company in raising strenuous times that a man must surrender I members of the. three

,; sky in that direction is lurid with the wages of their employes was entirely his life to make his mark on t. churches throughout the entire Do-

A little Topeka the glare. In other words, Governor voluntary.] There had been no the age. What Georgia's college presidents minion of Canada, the final action
girl came home from Governor Broward made himself solId -
: : Vardaman, \\ho wants to go to the requests by the men for higher wages all need is some one to' relieve. resting on the result of this general -
church
i the other day and was asked I IS with the ladies of Florida and the
: Senate, has been and them of the clerical vote. It is expected to receive the
saying some bad they were apparently satisfied and, detail work-
"what the .
1- minister's text"a'l.'. "I divine sex generally by his fetching
things about Senator A. J. McLaureh with what they Thomasville (Ga.) approval of the church membership.
were paid. The Increase Enterprise. .
i_ : know italright, she asserted, "Well, little l compliment to them in his speechat "The
recently, and the latter publicly] denounces became effective with the first United Church of C'anada" will
? repeat it, her questioner demanded."Don't .
:: the opening of the Jacksonville ex I have
the Governor "a vile slanderer of this a form of church government
: as day month.
:
wllf .
be
afraid
and I get'you position. He not only'condoned the
- V and despicable creature." In the adapted from the systems of all three
a bed quilt." was the astonishing ans- fault of our dear common mother in
I old days in NATIONAL GUARD ASSOCIATION. of the churches combining to form It.
: Mississipp this sort of talk I
wer.. Investigation! proved that the that celebrated] transaction in fruit. by EveryTwo 1
generally meant at least one funeral, A general conference, after the Methodist -
.central, thought of the sermon had not referring to it. but he exalted her I
but Mississippi blood may have cool Many Prominent Military Men' Attending plan, and presided over by the
: been "Fear not ;and I will send you a as she deserves in'the following really *
comforter1 Kansas j eeloquent d since then and a penalty less vigorous Meeting at the National president, will be the- highest body.
City Journal.
tribute: "I never look upon Minutes I
I be demanded as the price of I Next will be a council modelled after
II
Capital.
such a gathering that I do not think ,
wounded honor. But Vardaman has a i the,/ Congregational council, and presided -
: The Pennslivanla Railroad
company, how lonely! Adam must have been be- ,
"rep" to maintain and we are curiousto I I over by a chairman, and the
: since its decision not to I issue anymore fore Eve was created. Above him was Special to the Ocala Banner: i I 1, Physicians tell us that all
see what he will do. "Old Anse"McLauren next body is the presbytery, presidedover
:c free In
justification of itsco'ur
I passes the blue skies; about him was the Washington D. C., Jan. 5.-The national j the blood 1 in
is dead and a healthy by a moderator.
will
_; e, has issued: a card containing game fight ,
warm sun:\\ine; everywhere bloomed I
I a n adversary in capital has been invaded by I i human body The last few decades
the following facts of scripture: the wonderfully beautiful flowers, but any style he wants.- passes throughthe have been
I
Live Oak Democrat. representatives of the militia of the fruitful-of plans for
heart union
"Thou shalt in various -
: not j'ass.-Numbers; xx there was none to enjoy it with him. I J once every two L. among

18. ;V: :. imagine then how he must have felt I various states. who have come hereto minutes. J If this action be- I churches having almost the same

"Suffered; ,' jiot a man to passT ."- when Eve, his glorious helpmeet. was t Prosperous Calhoun. \ attend the annual convention of the comes irregular the whole j, beliefs and same forms of worship.

Judges UI, 2S, \ given to him.! "-Live Oak Democrat. I Interstate National Guard Association. suffers. I II ; But up to date not many of them

-: "The 'wicked shall The editor of the "Bee" was visiting body Poor health have been able to get together. We
no .more. pass.- The :session was opened this morningby "
.
at Blountstown and other in follows blood !I believe that this -
; : Nahuni i, 15. The Tatler. points poor ; Scott's Canadian movement
the president of the Association,
I
?: : "Though ,they. rear, yet can they not (Calhoun county last Tuesday. Cal- Gen. Charles Dick of Ohio. Many I Emulsion makes the blood : is the most important example of

;f 3 lss.-Jer. v, 22.! Theabove named paper which is houn county has certainly undergonea prominent National Guards officers pure. One reason why I church union yet to be recorded.

"lIe paid the fare and went."-Jonah printed at St. Augustine during the very material change for the better in attendance, among them Gen. areS G. i I where it is possible for different \.

1.3.. tourist season, has made itsappearance. during the past six years. Many places ; denominations to find a common basis '
: again Moulton, of Illinois, Col. F. D. Evans,

It is the first issue of the that were mere postoffices at that time :Nebraska; Gen John D. Frost, South SCOTT'SEMULSION I of agreement, without any of them "I

; Just Imagine It. I are thriving business centers today. \ yielding up vital 1
j S .' fifteenth volume. It is printed byIrs. Bristol Bee. Carolina; Gen. N. H. Henry, New any article of faith

:\ Anna M. Marcotte formerly a York; Gen. F. J. Stewart, Pennsylvania or doctrine. we believe such unions to -.

That Texas democrat who proudly I be a good thing. All
: : resident of this county. Gen. William Massachusetts the churches |
A Word About : Stopford, -
i' reports the possession of .31 living: The Tatler is devoted to the social Bad Streets. ; Gen. C. R. Fostei Virginia; is such a aid is because have the essence; if they were all |

t r : children all living at home, may not: doings of the East Coast during the Kissimmee now has, probably, the Gen. L. Riggs, Maryland; Gen. Arms- I it great united in one body, perhaps more def- J

; -. realize a 'Federal appointment ,as a I gay winter season arid the balls, cotil- field, North Carolina and passes so quickly into inite results could be acomplished.
worst streets of town in ; many -
; : reward from the President for his any Florida. the blood. It Atlanta
devotion lions, golf, tennis, automobile meets; others. is partly digested News.
; :- to the Presidential theories ol I and all -Kissimmee Valley Gazette. Ocala before I ___
social functions it
are writtenup
L After the the
also claims the president had read his an- enters
worst of
streets
: : "face suicide," but he will enjoy the J anytown I. D. Bosworth
in a most interesting It stomach was relating remi- '
manner.
nual and the other officers double
report had a
but we will put Live Oak streets ; advantage -
; ; pleasure of paying. whole lot of bills niscences of the
: is handsomely illustrated and is printed battle of Drury's
against any "mud_ hole" in the world. I submitted their reports for the past : in this. Less work
for Christmas presents. Imagine a Lane, fought
on heavy book paper. The Tatler near Richmond in May
: They are a disgrace to to'wl1--In- year, a number ,of interesting paperson for the '
any
row of 31 Christmas stockings adorn. ; I stomach 1864, at fin
has come to be recognized as a partof verness Chronkle. military subjects were read by sev- ; quicker a meeting of the old soldiers

Hr- ing that citizen's mantleplece Christmas the East Coast life and its publi eral distinguished officers of the United I and more direct benefits. St. Petersburg one night last week. ,i

: 'morning.-St. Augustine Record. cation is an event the :same as the i To get the He was speaking of a comrade fallingat
Wants Marion County to Furnish the States army who had had an opportunity greatest amount.

': opening of the Ponce de Leon and the i Candidate. to observe the late Japanese- of good with the least his side, his throat pierced by a \
: Minds, of Great Men Run .in the Same pos- "*
Alcazar Hotels. bullet when
a gentleman sitting near
: Channel. -- Russian war at close range. Amongthe sible effort is the desire of
< him arose and back his collar
A Now that Cot Hillman the efficiency pushing
declines papers were some on in
Fine Thought. t everyone ; poor health. showing two said: Does
deep
with scars
thanks what's the mater with of various arms, p-owders: etc., on
: Hon. A. A. Wiley, Congressmanfrom Michael Monohan, editor of the Scott'sitmulsion: that God '
Pap does look .1
4. 'Uncle Bob Rogers" for a farmers'candidate. improvements in the signal service just like it, comrade? "My
S Alabama has offered a bill in yrus Magazine, has been making that. A \
said Scher-
some change Bosworth, "is that you
Could he run? Well you and on medical matters. for the .

congress to prevent the United States notable translations of Guy De Man just watch him, if he gets on the track. The convention will lastuntil Jan- better takes place even be- merhorn And the two old comrades ".,i
; from' issuing a license to
: any personto. passant Mark these
sentences from
,-Lake City Index. 22. fore clasped hands' again after an absenceof -j
: i: sell spirituous, vinous or malt liquors tbe story, "Love:" uary you expect it. over 40 years having parted in ,

# 'In any community where the sale I! .
"P l'rot and /
Plongeon. breathless
'. Some one said recently to- the Editor Reichstag _Reconvenes. We'wi1l send a ) Virginia to again meet under.southern
thereof is prohibited by State you .
local
or and joyous. brought us the bleeding of the Banner: "How do you get ISpeci'al ... sample free. ., skies in Florida.-St Petersburg )
'
: laws; birds whose eyes sometimes regardedus all the news and information?" Well to the Ocala Banner: I. Be sure that dug ,Times-. S "'" '-;

This measure Is a very splendid in dying. -. I fancy at this frozen $ picture in tie form of .
we grub tof it that is to have S -
; say, we Berlin January 9--The German Rei- '
1-1; Y supplement: for in many instances'where hour a label Uon tbe t4
of
dawn, that this wrap-
fugitive cry friends who take A Pretty Little Flower for the Banner.
pleasure in 1
I giving; us stag reconvenes today after the customary PCT of every bottle of
: : people were violating local laws carried
: "by the Wings of a bird. is a all kinds of information fresh from holiday recess. Many Important 'r:!: Emulsion you buy. -

they protected' themselves from United sigh from the soul of"the world!" the griddle.-Jasper Banner. S The Ocala Banner having installeda
matters will
come duringthe SCOTT
; States ,prosecution by holding li I- This Is up 5.t, & BOWNE
even better than )
famous type-setting
Kiplings We want the friends Mergenthaler machine,
of the Ocala week, a mong them an interpellation CherofitiSoceouuJJr.oo!!

cense. We. hope Mr. Wiley's bill will; line in the ballad of Tomlinson" Banner t6 do as much for It. Jurt in regard, to the negotiations with 5' 409Pe.UtSLN.y. is'now brighter and better than ever

be ,enacted'Into a. law.-Huntsville :-"The wind that blows betweenthe press the news button and we will do France and' other powers concerning. which is"saying a good deal for previously ;

.. (.Ua.Trlbun'e.: WOflds.-Fr L '
S, L. Stanton. the rest the :Morrocan question. S AUliraUisu there was no better newspaper \
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VERDICT OF MANSLAUGHTERIN OCALA BAR ENTERTAINED. .
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\ THE THOMPSON CASE. Hon. R. B. Bullock Gives Elegant Card WE WATCH '

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": + '/ + Testimony and Arguments Concluded Party .:: Supper.On I For Every .Opportunity to Bring About the Welfare of

Choice
"' 1\ Saturday Afternoon-Jury Was Friday evening lIon RaymondB. Our Customers.

Only Out Two Hours.
Bullock gave a very elegant stag
< ; Can Help You, Join the Band.BANKERS. "
; SelectionOf < party in. compliment to the membersof
The third trial of J. Shaw Thompson -
the Ocala bar. MUNROE & CHAMBLISS .1
of Citrus county, for the killing
Mr. Bullock's home on South Third ,
", of J. M. Tillis, was concluded late ;'
street was prettily decorated for .
I Saturday afternoon after a very very I
OCALA, -' FLORID
strenuous legal battle of four day'sduration. this pleasant affair and he proved -J
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: The case has excited intense interestin able and cordial host. r

Citrus county and a great many As the gentlemen arrived they 'were FOR THE BUILDING i]

witnesses were in attendance.Mr. served to a glass of very delicious OF A NEW COURT HOUSE i j .

( on Every Piece) I. Thompson, the defendant, liveson punch by Harry and Raymond Bullock I
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a game preserve near the Chassa- sons of the host. The punch County Commissioners and Citizen's I

To be had at the'Postoffice I w hi ska 'swamps and Mr. Tillis was a bowl was placed in the front hall and; Advisory Committee Meet at Ar- .

member of a hunting party, and it is : this exquisitely flavored beverage was and
mory Adopt Important I .
claimed that he got lost from his par- served at various times during the

Drug Store ty and approached the Thompson resi- evening and fragrant cigars were pass-, Resolutions. I
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dence in attempting to find his way ed. I .
_ The county commissioners and advisory -
back to the camps of his comrades, The first part of the evening from i j the
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r", .rr and that Mr. Thompson was put on eight to ten o'clock was devoted to the committee held a special and j I

SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, Mr. A. II. Goode, of the Ocala Foundry notice that the man had been lost, and playing of progressive whist. There important meeting .at the armory in RINGS that Can Be Found

Local Editor. and Machine works, has returnedto if he should see him to direct him the were three tables and the games were Ocala Monday morning to devise j

Ocala after spending the holidays way to the camps, but instead of doing exceedingly interesting: and exciting. ways and means an dto adopt plans t Anywhere. .

with relatives at Augusta, Georgia. so he wantonly shot, and killed When the scores were counted it was for the building of a new courthouse. i

tjfiPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.3r. him. The presumption is that,- Thompson found that Editor Harris, had vanquished All the commissioners and quite a i, Call and See Them I IVvE

Mr. J. M. Hillman, of Silver Springs, thought that Tillis had an idea the entire bar, having won number of the advisory committee IF

I was a visitor to Ocala Friday and that lie (Thompson) was distilling twelve games, the highest score made. were present, besides quite a number j
: W. II. Whitworth has gone to
.,was an interested spectator at the moonshine liquor and was hunting To him was presented the prize, a of citizens who were interested in the I
Jacksonville to attend the Pure Food l1
Standley and company's auction. around for the still, and that it incensed handsome burnt wood collar and cuff movement but were not members of J F

eiposition. him and the shooting was the ( box, the artistic work of one of the the commitee. i,1

Citra was well represented in Ocala result. Mr. Thompson and his friends young daughters of the host The Quite a number of architects of well i
TVe regrt to learn that Mr. Edward
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Friday, among the visitors from that state that this man did not approachthe "booby" prize, a silver tooth pick wentto known reputation were also present, J
L. McIntosh continues be quite ill
city, being Mr. J. B. Borland, Mrs. house where the light was burn- Mr. Biggs, who had come out at viz: II. J. Klutho, of Jacksonville; '
in Alabama. .
Perry and Mr. Sherouse jr. ing as a man who had lost his way the end of the line. Frank W. Milburn, of Columbia, S. C.

would have done, but on the contrary The climax to this delightful enter- Andrew J. Bryan, of New Orleans and '
:Dr. S. II. Blitch and his daughter,
Blitchton ,Miss Sue Barco went out to Cotton was prowling on the premises near his tainment was the splendid supper. Frederick Ausfield, of Montgomery, Fred 0. B. Weihe
.. Miss 'Legie Blitch, of were
; Plant Sunday to spend a few days with stable with a gun In his hand, and Seated around the attractively decora- Ala, and Pensacola, Fla. ,
in the city Friday.
her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. that when hailed he refused to ,givea ted table were fifteen members of the After considerable discussion and I Tlje Jeweler, -

Newcomb Barco. satisfactory explanation of his bar and the editor of this paper. A preliminary work and remarks from
Miss Eddie Pooser went down to
Leesburg Friday afternoon to"Islt ,,- conduct and indeed failed to make supper' of five courses was bounti- quite a /number of the advisory com- L J.v

Mr. E. W. Edwards, of Valdosta, Ga., any explanation at all that Thompson fully served, the menu including mittee and members of the Board of -
friends for a few days.
and Mr. Edwards, of Lakeland, came warned him that if he did not givean among other delicacies, Florida oys- commissioners, a resolution was final-I i *

Mr. T. J. G'Hara 'one of the most, I to Ocala to attend the funeral of their account of himself or leave the ters, stewed and fried, wild' turkey ly adopted declaring that it was the :i Circuit 'Court" Proceedings.

,. prominent turpentiners of the county, brother-in-law, the late Sands .A. premises he would shoot him, that he duck, and quails, asparagus on toast, sense of the commisioners and the ad- r.

I Standley.Mr. had ample time to have left' but refused vegetables, fruits, nuts, fruit, cake, visory commitee that an entirely new All day Monday was devoted to the
in Ocala Friday.
was i i ; to do so, and when warned coffee, cigars, etc. i building be erected at a cost of not less "'trial of the case of William SUrk a

Miss. Dessie eavengood returned i J. B. Borland, of Citra, Mr. sought the protection of a tree and] While the supper was in progress than $30,000 and not more than $65- colored fireman, against the Seaboard hAir

home Friday afternoon from' a visit I I John L. Lewis of Moss Bluff, Mr. S. I when he reached it told Thompsonto pleasing reminiscenses and fascinat- ;. Line railway for damages. {

1 1,r. to friends at Kendrick. H. Galtskill. of McIntosh :Mr. L. S. fire and he did so. This is a brief ing stories and jokes on the assembled 000.Mr.. L. S. Light, of Reddick, offered Stirk :was a fireman on this road at
v Light, of Reddick members of the cit the time of a collision Wild-
, statement of the case. guests were related, causing much the resolution. near

r.. .Mr. Jack Harrison of York, : izen's ,advisory committee, were in The lawyers began the argument of laughter and amusement. It was indeed Messrs Milburn, Klutho and Bryan, wood.

ant Mr. C. Y. Miller, of Leroy, were Ocala Monday. the case at 9 o'clock Saturday morn- a feast "fit for: a king," and it architects, addressed the meeting and Mr. L. T. Izlar is gtirk's attorneyand

among our visitors on Friday.Mr. I ing and did not finish until 5 o'clockin was not until after twelve o'clock that they and others. were requested to be |I Mr L. N. Green is attorney for

Mr. Fred Gaskill dent down to Cand- I the afternoon.It the banquet table was deserted. present on Wednesday the 7th day of i,I the railway company. Quite .num. ,

< James A. Badger, of Old Town, ler Saturday afternoon. After remain- :. was our misfortune not 'to hear The evening was an entirely con- February next, and submit plans and I ber ,cf witnesses were. examined and a

was a visitor here Friday attending "ing there for a few days he will go to the opening speeches of Colonel T. P. vivial one and was thoroughly enjoyed. specifications for the erection of a special stenographer was engaged. In ;

the* Standley auction sale. Green Springs, near Tampa to spend Lloyd, of Inverness for the prisoner, Mr. Bullock's guests were Messrs.R. court house building (conforming to" the taking the testimony. The evidence

I several weeks recuperating.Mrs. and acting states attorney E. W. Davis L. Anderson. H. L. Anderson. R. plans and resolutions adopted.Of was all submtited and Major Izlar,

MrT.. J. Gilmore and family of of this city, for the state, but A. Uurford, J. H. Bell, L. S. Bock, T. i, course complete details will be made his: opening speech before the p
o Ed. Carmichael and Mrs. Susan -
North' Carolina are in Ocala and are those who heard them tate that both E. Biggs, L. W. Duval, C. L. Sistrunk, i given out by the board of county com- adjournment of the court The case
Cates, of Waynesboro.. Ga., who
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. P Gilmore. efforts were very fine. W. K. ZewaJ!"ki, E. W. Davis, William i missioners to all architects competingfor will be concluded today. ,
has been her guest for several weeks
Mr. R. L. Anderson was the leading Hocker O. T. Green L. N. Green the work. | The next 'case ,on the civil docketis ,
have to Jacksonville and St. Aug- I
Miss Pansy Souter returned to her gone counsel for the defense and spoke I Frank Harris and Hon. Thomas Palmer The feeling at the meeting was that of J, W. Crabby against the .

studies in Gainesville Friday after ustine ,to spend a short while. more than'three hours and his speech i of Tampa. unanimously in, favor of the buildingof A. C. L. railway Mr. Crosby's little ,

.: ; spending the holidays in Ocala and at is recognized by all who listened to it a new court house and there, is daughter Ethel was injured at Dunnelloh -
Miss Grace Hatchell returned home t
Anthony.Mrs. as a great and finished production. It The Silver Tea at Mrs. Hocker's. every reason to believe that the same several years ago by havingher a
afternoon from Gainesville ,
Monday was clear, concise and logical. Every will soon be done and it will not be foot crushed by the train, and. his -

: Clifton Camp, who has spent where she spent a delightful week as gesture corresponded and harmonized Saturday afternoon from three to long before Marion county can point suing the road to recover damages 4

the past several weeks with relatives the guest of her l cousin Mrs. James with hlq yUerancesi and every word five g'dock the young Women's Missionary to a court house that will be as sub This case will be bun today.

in this city, returned ,to her home at M. Bell. I chosen carried force and weight withit. Society of the Baptist church stantial and ornamental a building as j :Mr. R. L. Anderson, leadin council .

Sarasota Saturday. Mr. Anderson's friends were par- gave a silver, tea at the charming can be constructed for the amount in the Shaw Thompson case, is preparing -
Mrs. M. D. Turnipseed and child- '
ticularly pleased with his handling ol home of Mrs. William Hocker on Ock- named. i a motion for a new trial, which
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ren returned to their home Monday
Messrs. Munroe and McDonald, of the case and he was congratulated by lawaha avenue. It was a very pleas- will be spread" upon the docket and '
after a visit in Ocala with. 'Mrs. Tur-
the naval stores firm of Munroe & many and as a forceful, finished and ant gathering and an unusually large Strayed-One gray mare strayed argued before the court either today or
nipseed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
McDonald, were prominent visitors to impressive speaker increased the reputation number were present. Receiving the from Fairfield on December 28, is tomorrow.
: P. Leavengod.
Ocala Friday. I lie already enjoys guests with Mrs. Hocker were ,Mrs.E. about 5 feet, 6 inches high, blind in

: I Hon. Thomas Palmer, of Tampa V. Hood, Mrs. C. C. Carroll and left eye. Information leading to re- 1 Buy your Fertilizer, or ) < Mr. W. C. Marsh, formerly connected Swartz & Co., ,
Mrs. Bessie Reddick of Chester, S closed the case for, the state.: He Miss Hattie Moody, of Memphis, Tenn., covery will be Rewarded. Gold Haines, materials of Lang Fertilizer Co.. .
with the Winter Garden Ricochet agents for the Sander's -
C.. arrived in Ocala Saturday to spend enjoys the reputation of being one of Baptist Missionary to Cuba. Martin Fla. 1-12-2t Jacksonville, Fla.Ho. .
and other newspapers, is in the city i
several weeks with her cousin. :Mrs. the best criminal lawyers in the Music was rendered during the af-
and has accepted a position with this _. _. ,- -- .. -- .
"VT. Vt: Newsom. state and most effective before a jury, ternoon and Miss Moody gave a very -- -I
paper. lie will assist Mr. P. H. Gil-
and his speech here Saturday made interesting and pleasing talk on her

Il r. and .:Mrs. George K. Robinson len in the job department. plain why he enjoys this reputation.He work as a missionary and the mis- M WRITE NOW .

returned home Sunday from Jacksonville is much more impulsive and im- sionary field in general. She is anattractive
Mr. B. F. Dutton and party of eighteen r .
where they spent a few. days and her talk was
passioned than Mr. Anderson and had speaker A
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1 I from Pinehurst, X. C., passed
very pleasantly ; given this case thorough study and much enjoyed.In ,
For Our New
through Ocala Friday in a private )
great preparation and used all the the dining room sandwiches and
Mr. Isaac Stevens accompanied his Pullman car on their way to Homo-
: powers at his command to convincethe coffee and candies were served. The. '
t small grand daughter Elizabeth' Stevens sassa to spend a couple of months fishIng >* .:
jury that a wanton and unprovoked table was very pretty in its adorn- CATALOGOver 41
to her home at High Springs and gunning.
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murder had been committed and ment of violets and beautiful china.

Monday. it was their duty as' jurors to see Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk poured the cof- 4 ,
Mrs. M. E. Washburn._of Belleview. k .

).{r. E. ,C Smith was called to Homosassa and her mother, Mrs. Mary E. :\tc-. that the good name and reputation, of fee and the others assisting in the k ;:J 1 100 Pages Illustrated. -,
the state did not suffer. dining room were Mrs 11 L. Carney "' "
Monday afternoon to prepare Clelland, of Saranac Lake, N. Y. were
'4 Mr. Palmer did not mince his.word.s Mrs. Jean Austin, Mrs. Le? Miller, Miss ,.
for burial the body of a Mr. Trible, j visiting Mrs. Washburn's daughter in I -, ,. ," '
-f! and although the aged wife of the Edith Piatt and Miss Mattie. Williams t '
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aged prisoner was present he told the '
'" jury that they should not be guidedby At the, Dancing School. I ;5"
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sympathy but should let only the 'J
OUR The Armory on Saturday afternoon 'I ; .
: cold facts in the case weigh with .WATCHES. "
them. for the past couple of months has I I

Mr.- Palmer ,acquitted himself most proven a very popular rendezvous for ,:, JEWELRY,
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l'SPIIIG COODSf I creditably and every one' pronouncedhis the young people. Miss Sue Andersonis 10. Bodkin Set '

: effort in every way'equal: to the conducting a dancing class on Wedne $1.25 CLOCKS, .

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'l' importance of the case, lay Yo.

c Are Arriving and We Need the Room. The jury was only out about two aft--r the lesson on Saturdays she alms -

hours when they -returned a verdict !" the visitors the pleasure of dancing. SILVERWARE, PLATEDWARE, CUT GLASS; .

of manslaughter.Mrs. I Last Saturday afternoon an unusually -

THE NEXT 30 D0YS i:I large crowd was present and six j r .

William. Hocker is anticipating ':i numbers were danced' after the con- Holiday Novelties.
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We will sell all Winter Dress Goods, Un- her uncle and aunt, :Mr. and airs greatly enjoyed. "

Hansbrough and her sister, Miss Ad- Miss Anderson is a very gracefuldancer Satisfaction Mail Orders Receive .

) derw arSweaterstEtc't at greatly reduced die Hausbrough of Elizabethtown and the members of. her class Guaranteed Prompt and Careful Attention

Kentucky, her brother and sister, Mr. are doing excellently well.

Now's 'your time for I and Mrs. Hansbrough, of Tampa, her .
prices. brother and sister, Mr. and. Mrs. E. IL Mrs.:: J. B. hers and their son who GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO .. .

:Motes of Jacksonville and her cous- have spent the past six weeks in Ocala J '.

." BARGAINS in, Mrs. Efird, of Leesburg. This with Mrs. liter's mother Mrs. S. E. Jewelers and Silversmiths.

: family reunion will be a most pleasant I I Waterman and her sister, Mrs. W. VTXewsom .

one and will be especially in honor left on Sunday for Fort 4J West(Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLAT

o(cunning little Elizabeth Hocker, I Myers, where, they will reside in the

Helvenston Pasteur Co. ,who..will celebrate her third birthdayon .I future.. :M .,Hiers came up to accompany .

the sixteenth of this month., his family, to their new home. Is Your Naue'on Our Mailing List?
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TWO. "tHE OCALA, BANNER, 'FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1906.

The Way to Florida.

,,: A SUDDEN DEATH. i MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL. TUXEDO PARK CLUB OPENING. PUBLIC BUILDINGS DECORATED. THE SPEED KING. .

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Mr. S. A. Standley Died Sunday Morn. The Old Officers go Out and the New Magnificent Club Rooms Thrown Openat Banquet at Delmonico's in New York Winner of the Automobile- Races at department has Issued. a beautiful -

_ ing at His Home in' this City. Officers Come In. North Essington Monday. -Between Three and Four Thou. Ormond to be Crowned by Flor- winter book-entitled the "Right

r. Sunday morn- The last meeting of the city council Special to the Ocala Banner: sand,Democrats Turn Out. ida Girl. Road to Florida." It was written by
; Mr. Sands A. Standley
ing fell upon this ,community like a under, the administration of Mayor Edwards North Essington, Pa., Jan. 8.-The The Jacksonville Times Union Is Mr. William E. Curtis correspondent, the widely-, and

,was held in the' city council i Tuxedo Park Club, of which Tom Special to the Ocala Banner: creating unusual interest in the Or- known newspaper
bolt of lightning from a clear sky. from original
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chamber Tuesday night. O'Rourke is the leading spirit, will Jackson's Memory is Honored. mond-Daytona automobile, races this the illustrations
The last acted artists' drawings especiallY -
deceased Friday and
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Those present were Aldermen Gates, formally open its magnificent club it has offer- photographs
Evansville, Ind., Jan. 8.-The Hen year by the 11,000 trophy these publica-
&s auctioneer in the sale of a lot of Ford, Weathers, Chace and Owen. house this evening. It is not quite prepared for
dricks Club, which now has about four ed to the winner and by its contestfor
his horses and his voice was remarkably After finishing up the odds and endsof I I completed in every detail of its equip- tions. ;
} firm and clear and showed no the old year's busines ssuch as appointing ment, but the work is far enough advanced hundred members, will celebrate Jack- a Florida girl to crown the "speed The cover is a delicate bit of color- :'

indication of an early demise and on a special committee to insure to enable the new club. to givean son Day this evening by a big banquet king." The coupons are printed dailyin printing, and presents an enticing pic-
c at one of
Saturday he attended to his regular the new electric light plant and sell: elaborate housewarming. The club Governor Folk of Missouri and the Times Union and the resultof ture representing a scene

duties., stating that he felt better the old boilers and other, abandoned has been formed for the purpose of leading Democrats in all, parts of the the first count will be announcedin the great resorts of the American

than he had for several weeks. Her property of the old plant, the old fostering every branch of lawful ama- country have been invited. The new Sunday's paper. Riviera. Within the reading matter
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spent a most comfortable night and council adjourned sine die. teur and professional sport, but especially Mayor of the city, John W. Boehme The young lady selected, with her surrounds pretty half-tones

arose Sunday morning and was at the The clerk then called the roll of the boxing. In accordance with will act as toastmaster. chaperon, will be handsomely enter- a border In a tasteful shade of

telephone giving! Instructions: to one newly elected aldermen, to-wit: II. .\. program the club will arrange, twice tained by the Florida East Coast Aut- green. The letter-press, written In an

cf his men, when he complained of Ford, alderman at large; A. G. Gates, every month a number of twenty- Portland, Ore.. Jan. S.-The Demo- omobile Association during the tour- interesting style, gives complete Information -

frln] bad ,and hat down, in a chair I alderman from the first ward; Chas. K round boxing contests between some crats of this city will celebrate Jack- nament. Transportation will also be concerning the railroad facilities -

n-ar the fire and expired almost In- Sage, alderman from the second ward; of the best boxers of this country. son Day today by holding a big: meetin provided and a handsome gold medal and the points reached by

-- e stantly. and they were sworn in by city attorney Particular attention will be paid to gthis evening, at which the mem- will be given to the young lady who them.

Mr. Standley had been in bad health T. E. Biggs acting as notary the physical condition of the contes- bers of the State Central Committee, wins in the contest by the'Florida East

for sonre time but had consulted specIalists public. tants, in order that accidents may the Multonomah Demcoratic Club, the Coast Automobile Association, as a Meeting of the Reading Club.

:: and he, his. family and friends Mr. II K. Nelson aldermanelectfrom not occur, which would arouse antagonism Young Men's Democratic Club and token and souvenir of the great event. -

thought he was recovering. the third ward and Mr. G. A. to theclub. The company will many prominent Democrats from oth- The design of the handsome trophy, The first meeting or the reading

Mr. Standley was born in Randolph Carmichael, alderman-elect from the operate under a charter granted by er parts of the state wi'l fce present. which will be given the winner of the club for the new year was held Tues-

' county, Georgia near Cuthbert, for fourth ward, were not present. the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to A number of distinguished orators will races is as follows: day afternoon at the home of Mrs.,

ty-nine years ago, and was a man of City attorney Biggs next administered encourage by contests and exhibitionsof address the mass meetinj. A crown, resting on a winged auto- Frank Teague. Eleven members were

indomitable enterprise and splendid the oath of office to Richard Mc- baseball, boxing, footracing, auto- mobile wheel. On the crown are the present and the afternoon was an exceedingly -

for mobile trials and all other forms of indoor Oklahoma City Okla., Jan. S.-Between pleasant and profitable one. '.
capacity for business lie was a Conathy, Mayor-elect, who was pres- words, "Automobile Speed King. The '

; long time a citizen of Valdosta and ent. and outdoor sports. Under its three hundred,and four hundred crown is surrounded on one side bya The club is now studying French history -

r, wad a member of the firm of Cranford, After these formalities were ended, charter the club has not the right to democrats from all halts of Oklahoma laurel branch and on the other side literature and art in the Bay

Standley. & Co. He came to Ocala in the new council convened by electingMr. ., sell or give away liquor on its premises wit attend the banquet in honor of by Florida palms. These tokens of victory View reading course and the meetings. "

I 1898 and bought an interest in, the DYeat ers temporary pre. I : and no for mof gambling is to be Jackson day, which will be given here meet about the crown in a grace- are proving to' be very interestingones.

livery firm .of C. A. Liddon & Company siding officer. tolerated. The land upon which the this evening by the democrats of this ful curve. At the bottom the wheel The second book of the course,

but about four or five years ago Alderman Ford arose and in a very I large club house has been built is located city. Several distinguished democratswill rests on a shield, on which are the "How to Look at Pictures," was begunat

he established the firm of S. A, Stand- pleasant and felicitous speech named at North Essington, Delaware deliver addresses on that occasion. words: -Presented by the TimesUnion this meeting and besides the reg-

ley & Company, which he conductedup Hon. A. G. Gates for president of the county, Pa., and has been leased for a Newspaper, Jacksonville, Fla.; to ular lesson current events were dis

to the time of his sudden death council and he was unanimously elect- term of ten years. It runs parallel Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. S.-Lewis the entrant making the fastest time in cussed.

Sunday morning at eight o'clock with ed. with the Chester branch of the Phila- F. Pest, the Chicago editor and single the two-mile-a-minute event "on the Next week the club will meet with

; remarkable success. This is Mr. Gates's third term, andit delphia & Reading Railroad. The tax advocate will be the principal Ormond-Daytona Beach course, Flor- Miss Esther Weathers.The .

j Mr. Standley was a good and enterprising tells of his efficiency and faithfulness building includes a large ampotheatre. speaker at the Jackson day banquet ida, U. S. A. Under the auspices of

citizen and one whose loss is to duty, and no better tribute, indeed seating 6,000 people, dressing and which the Jefferson Club of this city the Florida East Coast Automobile Association Woodman Lodge of this placewas

greatly deplored. He leaves a wife could be paid him. locker rooms and a thoroughly equipped has arranged for tonight at the West .January 22 to 27, 1906. Won visited Friday night by Sovereign

and several children, viz: Mrs. Lee Hon. T. J. Owen, on motion of Alderman arena. The building is so arranged Hotel. It is expected that Municipal by . .;. . .. ." Time . Dame, who is State organiber for: \
Sillier, Mrs. Arthur Clarke Misses Lucite Weathers, was unanimously that it can be quickly turned intoa ownership will be the keynote of the Florida. The lodge tendered Mr. Damea

and Tommie StaiMley and Masters elected president pro tern of the council convention hall, exhibition room or speeches at the banquet tonight' l', Front: the Indianapolis News the banquet which was elaborate in all

Charley, M. C. and Cranford auditorium in which musical festivalscan ; following is taken, and shows that the details. It was held at the home of

Standley. who are bowed down with After a few unofficial but very pleas- be given. Layette, Ind., Jan. S. Following :; "Crowning of the Speed King Contest" Mr. B. F. Carter, which had been

', grief over the sudden death of their ant remarks, the new council adjourned. its custom in formre years the Jackson :I is attracting attention. all over the tastily decorated by the ladies, who,

husband and father. Fishing Clubs to Come to Homosassa. Club ofthis city will honor the I country: tho' not Woodmen themselves, took

The funeral was held Monday afternoon Ex-Mayor Edwards was present: and memory of Andrew Jackson by a big The Times-Union of Jacksonville, great pride in making everything

from the residence on Ocklawa- paid his respects most pleasantly to From Saturday's Dan '. banquet this evening. Many distinguished Fla.: says Morgan's Motoring Message pleasant and agreeable, and it is due

via avenue at three o'clock and was one the new mayor. '" The Atlanta Homosassa: Fishing democrats of national prominence has undertaken to find the pret- .I them that his feature was a success.

of the most largely attended funerals 1 I I It was an interesting meeting. Club is coming to Florida again next have been invited and It is expected tiest girl in Florida, who will be selected I After this the Woodmen retired to the
i week. The club will leave Atlanta for that there will be an exceptionally I
that has ever been hhin Ocala. Mr, by vote to crown the automobile lodge, where a candidate was carried

Standley was a member of the Elks, Meaning of the Word "Chauffeur." Homosassa, Fla., on Wednesday, January interesting gathering of demo speed king on the OrmondDaytonabeach I through in the good old way, after

the Wodmen of the World and the 10th, to remain until the 1st of cratic leaders at the banquet tonight*I January 22 to :.. The Times- ,I which Sovereign Dame proceeded tq

' Fraternal Union America and the "Every time I pick up a newspaper," February. The party includes George Last year William Jennings Bryanwas J Union has undertaken to provide the I I install the officers for the ensuing

members of these orders attended the I :aid Col. Remson Montague. "I fee Muse, Dr. A. W. Calhoun. Dr. J. S. the principal orator of the Jackson crown trophy. The crowning will be a year.-Williston cor. in TimesUnion.Mr. .

funeral In a body. At the house Rev. chauffeur has run his car at a rate of Todd E. C. Peters, George S. Lown- day: banquet. distinctive Florida enterprise, and it

C. C. Carroll, pastor of the Baptist ninety miles an hour, 'A chauffeur des, T. :\Armlstead, John Berkele, .
is fitting that this is so, as the fastest L.. M. Graham of Connor under
church, conducted the services: and nearly run over Kaiser Wilheim.' 'A David Woodward, W. S. Duncan, W.3I. New York, Jan. S.-Flags were time in the world by automobileor date of January. ninth writes us that
chauffeur has been fined for over- R. Duand H. M.McCord. all all buildingsin
Henry raised public
made a. few well chosen and beautiful Crumley. day on anything else will be undoubtedly he killed six hogs, which weighed as
K ,' and so on. Now I will wager Harrison J. C. S. honor of Jackson day the anniversary -
remarks A choir composed of speeding Lawrence ,
accomplished in Florida on the above follows: hog, No. 1, 331 pounds raisedin
Mrs.: W,. A. Coin, Miss Sara Whit- a large 10 cent Milo Deyo cigar Brannan and A. 'L. Kontz, of Atlanta, of the day on, which Andrew dates. I the woods and only fed at night,
that not out of a thousandwho and Dr. HE'Ull.f Philadelphia.The Jackson later President: of the United
fi.ade srs. G. A. Nash and A. E. one person I that
I "Two miles a minute is the race was fifteen months old and had the run
reads those articles or the man States, routed the English in the battle ,
Gerig several: hymns and Rev.L.
sang the speed crown will be given for and of the pinder and chufer field three
W. Moore made the. cluing prayer.' that writes them know the real nlean- Griffin, Ga., Fishing Club is of New Orleans. As in former }Pars !
I the driver that makes the fastest timein months and twenty days. Hog, N*.
These gentlemen were the active pall ing of the word chauffeur. It is an making preparations for its annual the members of the Y..telan Corp.. ofArtillery
I the two-mile-a-minute race will be 2, raised: in the pasture was fed about
.bearers: Messrs. Z. C. Chamblis, II. I old French word and was originally trip to Homoslss.11a.., for a week's will hold a meeting in the t
I the one selected to receive the speed half, was nine months old and was in
A. Ford, William A. Knight G. C. applied to robbers who went tbout the fishing. The club is composed of the Governors Room of the city hall, with I
I crown. It is expected that a. lively the pinder and chufer field two months
Cain, R. S. Hail and Louis Lang. The country entering farm houses and tor- following well-known citizens of Griffin addresses by prominent orators and
contest for the crowning honors will and twenty days weighed 245 pounds.
honorary pall bearers were Messrs. F. tuing fanners to tell where they had : E. C. Smith, Robert Strickland.Col. followed by the customary Jackson- take place. The crowning will take These hogs 'were a general mixture

G.%B. Welhe and T. E. Bryan, of the hidden their mone). It was used as Douglas Glessner, Capt. Seaton day banquet The banquet will be place at the club house of the Florida fromgood to scrub, or from Berkshireto

Woodmen, Messrs. W..L: Chambersand a derisive appellation by the Frenchto Grantland, Eli Brewer and Tom held at Delmonico's.The East Coast Automobile Association on razor back.
the drivers of the first smoke I White. The will leave Griffinon Veteran of was
J. W, Crosby on the part of the wag party Corps Artillery the Daytona end of the beach. and the "-

Elks and Messrs. W. L. Jewett and G. ons and now it has come e into general January;. and will remain at Ho- organized in the CityTavern, at the r, grandstand will be erected so that The Tourist Season is Now On. 1

A. Nash for the Fraternal Union. use. Tl e French also use it to designate mosassa about ten days.A corner of Broadway and Thames street,
spectators. will be able to get a good The winter tourist season is now on ]
Arriving at the.cemetery the Woodmen a fireman or a stoker: and in English I--- in November 1750, by officers and sol-
view of the function. in earnest All of the magnificant
; of the World took charge of the chemistry it denotes a small: Hit at Marion's Commissioners.The diers who had serIn the Continental I
The prettiest girl in Florida will be East Coast and west coast hotels are j
tote for melting ses. It is entirely Corps of Artillery in the Revolu
obsequies, Mr. N. I. Gottlieb chancellor : purr:;
there with her chaperon A keen rivalry open to the public and Tuesday all
commander, reading the beautiful out of place when used for the county commissioners of Citrus tion. After the War of U12 another '
Las begun among the contestants' the special trains from the north on ;,
and Impressive ritual of that order drher'of a motor car and he shouldbe county advertised in the Chronicle body of ex-soldiers was formed, calling -
in the two-mile-a-minute race, and the lines |
I varipus rolled into Jacksonville -
and. the. other lodges participating In called a motorist or something like for bids for working the county itself "The Society of the Warof
there is a great deal of speculation in on their initial ,trips for this win .
the snk-e The grave was covered that-Broklya Eak. convicts during the present year, and IS 12." Later this consolidated with .
... I regard to whether the crown will remain ter. Much interest at present is be-
,with. many beautiful flowers, among I on Monday several bids were received. the Veteran Corps of Artillery. The .
in the United
States
or be carried ing manifested in the automobile
the most beautiful being a pillow of The Beaver The highest bid was that of Piersoa last of the original members was Hiram j
abroad by one of the drivers I
nervy meet on the Ormond-Daytona course J
violets from the Woodmen, a similar & Sexton. at $:!710 each, per month Cronk, the Veteran who died last
of a swift foreign machine. the last week in will be j
pillar from the Elks and a pillow of The Ocala Dam af Beavers for the males and $? each for the fe- year. The corps has, at present, 110 January, and

white and pink japonicas from the met Friday night at males. Last year we received $1s. 0 members _among whom are many Standtey & Company's Auction. very large attended from all over this y

Fraternal, Unkm. Kach member of the their halls in the. Gary block per month a difference of $11-60 each, prominent men like Rear Admiral -- country and Europe.

-lodges. deposited: a sprig of cedar in antI installed their new officers for tf per month. And the convicts will remain Rogers, Rear Admiral Allen, Asa Bird The auction sale of horses and mules The indications are that the tourist 1 .
next six:: months. The following is in the season this year will be the biggest in
the grave of their departed brother. a county. Gardiner, Charles A. Schermerhorn, belonging to the Standley & Co.'s her -
was saIl, list of the officers: N. L Gottlieb Marion county did not advertisefor M. history.
It a solemn, and impressive I Perry Belmont Loyall Farragut, stables took place Friday afternoon.
oe:1ston. president; E. P. Pitman guide; T. D. bids and she gets $16 per month, Livingston Delafield, Calvin Tompkinsand Twenty-three horses and :five mules
Bryan guardian; Robt D. Mathews, which shows that she is losing $11.10 Howard PelLEpworth were sold and brought fine prices.: One of our valued subscribers in renewing

Dr. E. C. Pa&lay, of Williston sentry; H. M. Hampton, secretary; G. per month on every prisoner sentenced The auction bad been well his subscription speaks thus
advertised
J. BUtch treasurer Rev. W. C. Lint kindly, "After my kindest, regards, best
whose name teas appeared on our subscription ; to the county gang.It League Meeting. and quite crowd in '
from
were the
book regularly for the past say, chaplain; W. H. Powers, physician pays: to advertise, as one little .. country to atend It. The sale took wishes. etc. for a prosperous New

thirty-nine years, sends a dollar with ; V. L. Martinet, Jas. B. Carlisle notice in the Chronicle win bring into Monday night the Epworth League place in front of the stable and Year, and hoping the good Lord may
: J the request that his subscription be and Fred G. B Weihe trustees. the county treasury several thousand held an enthisiastic business meetingin hundred overa continue to smile on you and be as

r moved forward another year He is After the regular order of businessthe dollars this year above what we have the lecture room of the Methodist the sale Mr.persons were present at good to you as I feel towards you and
Standlty acted as auc-
the kind of friend that has made this Dam was treated to an excellent been heretofore receiving.It church our newly elected president, tioneer and your excellent paper, I enclose check
i proved a most efficientone. for "
Vaper what it is. entertainment for half hour or more pays to ad\"ertisp.-Citrus County Mr. George L Taylor, in the chair. renewal.

by Mr. Peter McIntosh and his four Chronicle. About twenty four members includ-

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hewitt, of Boston sons with music and dancing. They ing nearly all of the newly elected officers A citizen Mr. Edward L. McIntosh who has

Mass, arrived Monday afternoonand ,rendered in fine style several Scotch Prosperous in His New Home. were present As this year's work from the country, who is been so seriously ill for several weeks
a subscriber: to the Dally Banner
said
are the guests of Mr, and Mrs T. dances which were greatly enjoyedby ; I has scarcely: begun, last years' business that our last at Gantt's Quarry near Sylacangua
J. Owen. Mrs. Hewitt is a sister of the Beavers. Ed. Pitman also ren- Mr. L. T. OrWho lived In this was wound up and the new officers Sunday's Issue was to his Ala, has been taken to his father's
of
way thinking, the finest
Mr. Owen, In a few days they will go dered several musical and vocal selections I county in the Biltchton and Fantville reported plans for the new year daily paper home at Newberry. S. C. -\.sroOn as
4' dawn to Lake Weir for the winter : neighborhood for more than twenty committees were appointed and methods ever printed in Oeala. These little observations he is able to traevl he will come to

:: where Mr. Hewitt owns a pretty cottage At at* ut ten thirty the entire Dam years moved to Black Point, in the for forwarding,the work were dis fall upon our ears as Ocala on a visit in the hopes of recovering
sweetly as the dew of Hebron.
; and grove. adjourned to Harry Stalbergs restaurant southern portion of Dade county, after cussed. Special stress was laid upon his health.

4 r and partoak of a big oyster sup-'I losing his orange prove here in the the imi-ortance of keeping'up the Ep -I I -

; Mr. and Mrs. D. S Wo.'roAn- per. Ttt"ll how well Beavers enjoy big freeze of 1S93. He wanted to get worth League public reading rooms
0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0
nie Blair WooJrow, Sidney Harold this luetous edible would be impossible below the frost line and thinks he has and it is hoped that Leaguers, their. I -

Mis' Emily Font Miss Meta Jewet t succeeded in doing so. Writing to us friends and the public in general 'win 0 Now Open For The Season. o r

and Rev. J. It Harrison returned home I recently > says: realize the good that may be acedmplfebed I

k Friday aftenwwn from Lake Weir Mr. John T. Lewis, of Moss Bluff, is I. "I have been down here nearly four through this medium and do all 0

r' where they $peat several days in a. enthusiastic for the building of a new years and have a fine place. Am on a in their power to forward this movement THE OCAlA HOUSE

S most idyfiic manner at the Woodrow court house He says: that as Marion homestead of 16$ acres of fine red soil c

cottage, "Blair Villa" at WI.'<)omar. county is the banner agricultural coun- Pine land adapted to ad kinds of fruits Mr. Taylor presides with ease and o ,

ty of the state, the banner stock county and vegetables such OCALA, FLORIDA.
as oranges, grapefruit ability and shows that his heart is in I 0
: Miss Millie Nurney, of Suffolk. Virginia the
banner newspaper county and pineapples bananas
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guavas, av- the work and with about seventy o
came Friday night to !''pend'tral the baner in almost Large Airy, Well FUrnished 1
county all other acado pears, mangoes, figs, peaches members, the co-operation of the Sleeping Kooms, 1o
\ weeks In Ocala with her sister respects, it is entitled to the banner limes lemons and many of the purely church and earnest prayers for God's 1o I Tables Supplied with
Everything in Season.
; Mrs., Jack Camp. Miss Nurney, court house. He wants a new court tropical fruits. At this writing I have blessing upon the work we predict for I

was a visitor to Ocala two winters house.built at once and wants it to be ripe tomatoes from the vines; guavas, the Ocala Epworth League the best 1 Splendid Drjyu-Only five miles from the famous Silver Sp.ngs; 0
ago and the friends she made then beautiful and substantial. both o Easily accessible from aU
and
ripe 1 1I
green hanging on the year of its life. parts of the state
: will be delighted to see her again.
branches of the trees; beautiful bun- E. P. H. I o
Mr. Albert Davis who is in the express ches of bananas." I have seen no frostso League Reporter. o RATES: 75c. to $1.50 1
Albert Miller, who has been at home service at Jacksonville, has re- far this winter. The orange and \JI Weekly Rates American Plan.
for' the past few weeks bas resumed turned to that city after spending a I on Application
grapefruit trees of
neighbors older Mr.
ay Walter Ray, of Martel, and Mr. 'f
bis duties on the road for ,the That- few days In Ocala. While here he was Write for '
than *
my own. art' loaded down with Descriptive
J. W. Ward jr., of Floral diy, were, Pamphlet
cher Medicine company and started on the guest of his uncle and' aunt. Mr. fruit I think this 's destined to be a J among-ti the turpentine operators In o.I I D. c.. EDWARDS, Pro p. 0
"' and Mrs. G. T c. M. WH.TES.DE.
Ills trips Tuesday. Maughs. great section. Ocala on Tuesday. 1- Manager. J j
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VOL.40, :XO.31. OCALA, FLORIDA,. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1906. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR

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SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. landing the state government safely I him to believe to be right. These determined I WEDDINGS. S

: Local Editor. THOSE WljO PEW pi LONGEST across upon the shores of white supremacy him to follow the path of J ,

t duty, as he saw it, wherever it might Hampton-Carlton. .
Were I asked this morning to be'' lead, regardless of what the I -

tf f r HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN ti I LOVED HIM BEST. the moullupiece or spokesman for the 1 quences to him personally, conse-I Mr; How ell M. Hampton left Monday,

, young democracy of Florida, who have And so it was through a long afternoon for Arcadia, where on Wednesday y

! never seen as our fathers saw, I could I which he passed through almost every I evening he was married to j=
Mr.: W. R McKay, of Summerneld
. I" offer. no stronger petition or more appropriate phase of experience to which mortality r Miss Laurie Carlton. The wedding {

[ was in the city this week. benediction than to say to is subject, he never walvered or was a quiet home one and was v
the f obes of Duty the Old
Wrapped in Staiijless him, let us live and be as brave, as shrunk' back from any difficulties witnessed by only a few of-the friend: .
Judge Joseph H. Bell went
out to'C.tto
noble as true, as the honored hero, which stood in the path where duty of the bride.

Plant Sunday.' Hero bests From tjis-Labors. General Robert Bullock. called him to go. Others might differ Miss Carlton spent several months(

, with him in his views of what he with relatives in this city last year
Robert Murrell has to Jackson.I
I gone Remarks of Colonel R. L. Anderson.We conceived to be right, but it mattered and made friends who '
' vile to seek employment. IN MEMORY OF GEN. BULLOCK.: things as the chief. characteristicwhich I many are delighted -
'I come today to pay tribute to one not. He boldly pressed on regardlessof to know?that she will now Jj$ '
marks the career of successful -
j every who, in life, filled for many years.a personal consequences, leaving it ''I here permanently.Mr. .
:IIr. A. J. McLaughlin, of Fairfield
I 1 and honorable member of the conspicuous pla."e in this communityand to time and experience to verify the is
Hampton a .lawyer and
is of the Ocala House. I II young
& guest
I Resolutions Adopted by the Bar are legal profession in this state, one who was the. correctness of his views. Ills record I is in the office of Hon Herbert L. An-

I Resolved, further, That we tenderour I friend of humanity and the lover of shows that In most instances time ,;in.1 derson.
I Miss Eula Moore has gone to Gainesville Spread Upon the Minutes in Open I : His- Ocala friends gave him
I sympathies to the members of the his country, and who, in his long car- dicated the wisdom of his actions. i a cordial welcome' when he
I. returned -
to visit friends for a short while.
Court and the Lawyers PayS family of the deceased, and join with eer exhibited in public and private life, He was a patriot and deeply devoted home with his bride. We extend _
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them in their sorrow in this hour of a conscientious devotion to every to the best interests of his state, ,
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our congratulations to the young
:IIr. G. W. Easterling, of Martin. was Eloquent Tribute.At cou
their bereavement, but-rejoice, as they duty. anti never failed in any emergency to pie ,
registered at the Ocala House Mon 5 ; S
too may do, in the fact that the shad General Robert Bullock lived to see make any sacrifice for the good of his -
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day. .
ows of the dark hour are illuminated the friends and associates of his youth fallow citizens. In war and in peace Crossett '
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Daney.
the session of the Circuit court :
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by the memory of the bright and spot and manhood precede him to the we find,him meeting all issues as they
Charlie Moody spending. a few -----
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:Monday: the resolutions adopted Inn less record which Gen. Bullock left behind grave. His well beloved wife, with arise, with zeal, devotion and ability. Chittenden. / '
days with his mother,. Mrs E. P Wright f : :
1 Moody.Mr. > mory of General Robert Bullock him here, and doubtless carried whom he had spent more than a half But his. long and useful life has Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Dudley Chit. ..

whose death occurred in this city in I with him into the world beyond the century of happy years-even she had ended. His sun went down uncloud tenden, of Tallahassee have Issued Invitations -

veil! been called from his love leav- in the stainless of
away t Wrapped robe
d. B. Howse has returned froma July last, were spread upon the .min-I. to the marriage of their .
short visit to his cattle ranch near I Resolved, further- That these resolutions ing him desolate.Of duty well done, he is resting from his daughter. Augusta to Mr. Walter Lee

Kissimmee. ute. and all the members of I be presented at the next term him it might be said, in the labors! The people mourn the departure Wright of Cairo, Ga., on the eveningof

paid eloquent tribute to the memory !! of the circuit court of Marion. county, words of Dr. Holmes-: from among us of a loved and January the eighteenth. ?

of the deceased. with request that they be spread upon honored citizen while he is reaping
1. little daughter has come to the II 'I The weeding of this popular young \ ;|
Judge Richard McConathy presented the minutes of the court, and published "The mossy marbles rest the glorious reward of a life well *
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. couple will be one of the most promlI *
the resolutions on behalf of'the I in the newspapers of the City of Upon the lips that he had pressedIn spent. I I
Thomas nent social, events in the capital city- -
committee and in doing so made most 0 Ocala, and in further honor of the their bloom, He is gone from among us! We I this winter. ,

Mr. E. P. Townsend, of Martin, was feeling and appropriate remarks. I memory of our deceased brother law- And the names he loved to hear shall see his face no more here but ,

in Ocala Saturday en route to Floral The following are the resolutions: I yer, and distinguished fellow-citizen, Had been carved for many. a year his words live after him. Let us cherish Clark-Bonner. .

The death of General Robert Bullock we move that the court stand adjourned On the tomb.:" his memory for
'City. The wedding of Mr. Howard Clark '
at his home in Ocala Florida, on for the day. Lives of great men oft remind us, of this city and Miss Lillian Browning -

llr. Will Morris has returned home Thursday. July 2ith 1903:;, brings unfeigned As we have already stated all the While it is fitting that we should We may make our lives sublime,. Bonner, of Mexia, Texas took

from his Christmas visit to relatives sorrow to the members.of. the members- of the bar participated in thus publicly testify to the esteem and And departing leave behind .us, I place Thursday evening at nine t o'-

at Augusta, Ga. bar of Marion county, with whom, this memorial service, but the remarks love that we felt for him who is gone, Footprints on the sands of time" '
clock at the home of the bride's par-
with their predecessors, he had been I of the most of them were entirely ex- and to lay on his grave our poor I -
I ents. -
Miss Margaret Walters went downi intimately associated in various official i temporaneous. chaplet of friendly eulogy and praise, The memorial services were said by
Mr. and Mrs. Clark will reach Ocala. '
Coleman Saturday afternoon to relations, as well as member of Major L. T. Izlar, Mr. It. L..lnder- we still realize that our meagre and all that were present to have been extremely ,
i > I o about the twentieth of the month and t
spend several, weeks with relatives. said bar, for fifty six years. : son and Mr. 'arlos L. Sistrunk, had inadequate words can never expressto ? feeling, touching and affecting -
after spending a few days with thegroom's
He was a native of North Carolina, !I their speeches reduced to writing and the fullness our testimony to his .
parents they will begin: keep- r
'Hon. J.. B. C. Koonce editor of theS&mterville having entered upon a life of varied we are glad to be able to give themin many noble qualities, nor set forth .
ing house.
Times, was in Ocala to experiences in that, state three score full to our readers. the rich and valuable lesson whichwas Special Services Continue at the Pres-

spend Sunday with his family. and sixteen years ago. Before attain- taught by his useful and upright byterian Church. Rev. M. N. McCall, Baptist Missionary -

.' ing his majority he moved to this ,I Remarks of Hon. Carlos L. Sistrunk. '. -
life.We to Cuba, was in Ocala Sunday
lire. Thomas Sexton and children state, which has ever since been his can only regret the weakness of Dr. Roseborough is continuing the
morning and preached a very Inter-
'J t have returned home from a few day's home. In early manhood he was unit- The significance of this occasion words, and lament the poverty of special services at the Presbyterian esting sermon at the Baptist -churclT

visit with relatives at Fellowship.. ed in marriage to that most excel saddens my heart as the death bed speech to illustrate our consciousnessof church and is delighting his audiences. .. at eleven o'clock on his :work In the

lent woman, Amanda L. Waterman, scenes of that distinguished gentle- his worth as a citizen, his fidelity asa His discourses are scholarly, strong
island
republic. Mr. McCall left On .
Dr. D. A. Smith, of Anthony, was in who for fifty-two years was the joy man recur so vividly to my mind, and friend, his distinguished services as forciful and instructive. the
afternoon train for Gainesville,
Ocala on Monday to attend the special and pride of his life and where death I while I am one among the youngest a soldier of his country, and his honesty He preached Sunday night to a where he preached Sunday night -

meeting of the Confederate Veterans. caused a heart to bleed ceasing only I members of the Ocala 'Jor, should I and loyalty as a lawyer and a crowded church and his sermon on the .
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I. when it beats no longer. They raised I remain unheard during .he discussion public official.I "Shortness of Time," was an able one. Mr. A. P. Gilmore and family have 2

ti Mr. L. .J. Brumby has gone to Jack-: a large family, among the number the of these resolutions for their adoption knew Robert Bullock intimatelyfor He preached for nearly an hour and moved 'into the residence on Watula

.' soiville to spend some time looking honored judge of this judicial district. I I apprehend that my silence would the last twenty-four years of his handled his subject from all points of street belonging to Mr.. P. C. Davis and .

after his business' interests there. While General Bullock was not to bring remorse. life. When. I first came to this. com view. His manner, voice and gesturesare formerly occupied by Conductor 'WH- .

a great extent learned in that whichis I Would that I had the power of presenting munity he was one of the first to take all pleasing and out of the ordi- ter and family. *

Rev.: G. II. Harrison received a telegram taught in the colleges, his strong briefly, becoming an occasion me by the hand and give me welcomeand nary and his sermons are not only enjoyed .
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! his grandmother, who had been ill knowledge to be learned in the schoolof I I who now sleeps the immortal sleep, that. There were times when I stood younger ones as welL TO REMOVES '

for several weeks. life; an dthis with an eloquent and t in nature's chamber of repose. It has iii ned of friendship and active help, Mr. Gordon continues to conduct the FRECKLE end PIMPLES. -

forceful delivery placed him in the I been beautifully said that, "in the and these being in his power to give, singing and at each service sings

Mrs. Joiner and her daughter, Miss fore front of the public speakers of the democracy of death all men are at last he Old: not witl'hold. And I am but pleasing solos. IS IN.lOpAYS, USE : i: r

C er.Joiner. of Wilson. N. C. are in state. He possessed the confidence of Ii equal. There is neither rank nor one mil of the large: number who have The services will continue throughout J

Ocala and are the guests of Mrs. the }'lain people, and they heard him station nor prerogative in the republic felt the warmtli: of his ready sympa- the week. ; .NADINOLA. . '

Joiner's sister, Mrs. John Pasteur. gladly. This confidence was gained I of the grave. At this fatal thresh th). the po.er of his large generosityand ""
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because they knew him to be honest hold the philosopher ceases to be wise the encouragement of his hearty Runaway Accident. ., R

Col. Adam Eichelberger was calledto with them. and the songs of the poet are silent. friendship.He I

Tampa Saturday on account of the Probably no matter of great concern : Dives relinquishes his millions and Lazarus has gone from among living men, The double team belonging to :Mr. i

critical illness of his brother, Mr. in this state in the past fifty years, I; his rags. The poor man is as leaving behind a life replete with F. E. Haskell, of South Lake Weir,

Frank Eicheltierger. shaping its history and destiny but : rich as the richest and the rich man good deeds, full of deserved honors, after being hitched up, was left in ..

received the impress of his influenceif as poor as the pauper. The creditor and illumined by his distinguished front of S. A. Standley & Company's

Rooms Wanted-Two or three rooms for the good, and his opposition looses his usury, and the debtor is acquitted qualities of honesty, uprightness, fidel- livery stable and the horses became -'

for light housekeeping; furnished : if he thought it bad. I of his obligation. There the ity and charity. He has leftwith, us frightened at some passing object and .

responsible party; references Address He was an active soldier in the Indian i proud man surrenders his dignities, the heritage of a spotless public and ran away. The horses turned the cor- :
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Newton, care Banner. war of 1856; a brave and efficient the politician and worldling their honor private life. To posterity no man can ner of the"Variety store and when in ;s-zr r'E

officer, moving from the rank of ; the invalid needs no physician, and bequeath a nobler or more preciousgift. front of Mr. Fishel's store very near

'Irs. Edward Holder has returned to captain to that of brigadie general, the laborer rests from his unrequitedtoil. ly ran over a crowd of' little girls. One

.er home near Dunnellon after spend- in the Confederate Army; an efficient It is for us, once his brethren and of the little girls whose name was

lag ten days Jn Ocala, the guest of member of the 51st and 32nd congresses Here at last is nature's ,final equity. fellow citizens, while we pay effectionate Mary Pinder, was ,barely struck by

Mrs. J. K. Austin. of the United States, besides i The wrongs of time are redressed, injustice tribute to his memory, to give one of the horses and was very badly

holding to the satisfaction of the peo- 1 is explained, the irony of fate heed to the lesson of, a life which frightened but uninjured.Mr. %'% A ,,

The United States must'be growing ple several important official positionsin I is refuted, the unequal distribution of was ever hopeful helpful and strength- Edd. Carmichael, who was pass '. A. .

better.! There were fewer lynchingslast this county, and at his death the ; wealth, honor, capacity, pleasure and ening to others, and to profit by his ing at the time in his automobile, THE NADINOLA CfRL

year than in any year of the previous i incumbent of the county judgeship. :i! opportunity, which make life so cruel noble example of civic virtue, honestyand .pacified the children by taking themto

nine. 1 That the appreciation of the private I and inexplicable a tragedy, ceases in purity. the drug store and treating them to Formerly NAIHNOLA Advertis-ed and sold as '

life and public services of our distin- I I the realm of death. The "touch of a vanished hand, and soda water. No change in'formula or vackage. 'the name -
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Spencer returned the'members of this EI there the sound of voice that is still" he ouly has been changed to avid,.onfugioQv&s we
have
guished citizen by The strongest no supremacy a The horses were finally stopped, the cannot afford to have so valuable prepaiatioa

home Saturday from Jacksonville, bar, may be made a matter of record and the weakest needs no de- shall ever hold in memory while his only damage doneto the team beingthe confused with any other. .
the VT AI'INOLA is guaranteed, Ind'mo.eywdt be
where they went to witness open- and as expressive of our feelings; fense. The mighty captain succumbs honored dust lies in his grave beneath breaking of the pole. .\ refunded to every case where it fans to re
of the Pure Food and Manufac- of move freckles, pimples liver spots collar dis.coloratiotns ,
ing j the
beloved
well
skies his
who disarms
Be It Therefore Resolved: to the invincible adversary sunny .allowne sun tan, black bead,

turere Exposition.The That in the death of General Bullock alike the victor and the van Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Robbins disfigaraing ernpttone. etc The worst cases iu
twenty days. Leavesthe skin clear, noft,heatfky
Marion county has lost a faithful, efficient quished.. I heartily concur in the sentimentsof passed through Ocala Sunday on their and restores the beauty of youth ,
Mrs. Otto Meute, of Pike wand Si Sold in each city byf r
of : oo.
friends and the bar the resolutions adopted. to Chicago after spending
and upright official; My fellow comrades of the way several leading druggists,or by mail. .
Jacksonville will be pleased to know state of Florida one of ,the most hon though the cold hands of death have weeks at their beautiful winter Prepared only byNATIONAL S -S
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that she is very much better after avery ored'and distinguished citizens whose placed him in the scales of. equality Maj. L T. Jzlar's Remarks. home on Snow's Hill, near Brookville. TOILET CO.,

critical illness and is now on wise counsel and successful services with all who have gone before thanksto May it please your honor-I rise to I They were guests at the Ocala Paris Tenn, : .

the road towards recovery. in the many places of high trust which. Him the Supreme Judge fog permission second the resolutions. It was not louse for dinner. Sold in Ocala by leading drug stores.H. .

were committed to him; whose superb to gather together today and I my privilege or pleasan to know Gen. I ...
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llr. Arthur patriotism and unswerving devotion to in memory pay tribute to our honored Bullock long. But it is not always I =...: : -

been In' a hospital In Atlantafor high princIples. and the best interestsof I aria beloved, and .whose life is filled that long acquaintance 'or close association '
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several months having his leg I ROBU- SON, Pres. ]. C. BOOZ ?it. As*. Mg .
for to be forcibly
his state has left an unperishable with brave and noble deeds. A pa- is necessary one
S. H. BUTCH M I C. BUTCH. Teller.COMMERthkL .
and is now *r. ,]
treated. Is at home again, imprint upon the times in which he L.triot loved by his state and country, a -impressed with the leading characteristics .

greatly, improved. I lived and a fixed place in the heartsof I! leader for the aged and a father to of one of his fellowmen.
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his fellow-citizens. I i the young. Let us recall for a moment There exists a' pychological process .
; Anderson's party on Friday
At Robert
Resolved, further, That in the true I the dark and dismal days of reconstruction I which often on short acquaintances
! Leta Camp and :Mala
- night Miss and spotless life which he liv'>d'I during the infancy of Flor- ; and title personal compact impressesupon

I Haughton won the prizes for;/drawing through, a long period of years, in i, ida's statehood, a child of the "newI one the leading characteristicsand BANK ; -
the best and they 'were pre
I: pictures which he touched at almost every an- I born-South" when the invasions of strong points of those with whomwe -
sented with pretty little stick pins. ,
: gle the various experiences to which, : homes were as frequent as the destruction meet. This is particularly true '

"' l suffervery mortality is subject, he has left a record of dens of wild beasts which of the man who has strong and leading OCALA\ f LEI. ,
is still
Mr. George B. Tyler I
\ behind him worthy of emulation roamed the forest; under those intolerable traits of character which are admirable -
f ing much from the effects of ,the ,
by all who wish the esteem of their 'I conditions, looking for leaders and worthy of emulation. Gen. -
weeks r
several
" accident that befel him '
fellow-citizens while they live and an to battle unto victory 'or to death the Bullock was endowed with .many of
ago, at which time he was so unfortunate f '
I honored memory when they have pass- hearts of the yeomanry were made these. From the short period of time
[ : .as. to have his leg broken. t to know Avoid risk of Robber Fire and the Necessity of
ed off the stage of mortal existence. glad by a single thought of General which it was my pleasure '

not Robert- Bullock. And one like the him, I was impressed with the con- Bookkeeping intrusting business tons. .
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;R Hon. A. S Mann, of Good Roads Resolved, further, That although I by your ., '-JI'

}i fame, was a visitor to Ocala Saturday engaged In active practice, the members bright and shining star which led the viction that he, was a man of strong I .

of the bar his and wise men, across nature's rugged conviction fixedness of purpose "
n and did us the honor of a,visit. honor memory .
, He, 'thinks ,the automobile will soon are proud to have his name enrolled scenes .to the cradle of the young settled principles-fearless and bold in I. \ II'ITEIEST.otl' -I

" "reach the practical 'side of things and I among those of our profession, and Christ, led his loyal followers through his expression or them-sturdy devotion iTl EPOSijs:

\\'Ut'help solve the rate'problem.. point to his spotless Integrity in. all political crime, chaos and corruption, to whatever his convictions led .. I' Yom.
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NEW CITRUS FRUITS. OCALA NEEDS IT BADLY.A THE POOR JEW.
J Royalty to do Honor to Miss Roosevelt.It .

''' Results of Experiments-! by Agricultural Preparation That Lays Dust-Is An account of the terrible suffer will probably y not be very long I II

Experts. Used Successfully in California. : ings of the Jews in Russia, which we before the date will be. set for the
''Hfc-* -'- 'I I find described in our evening paper, marriage of Miss Alice Roosevelt and B

4 Washington, D. C.-..-The annual report After years of scientific research and I I recalls an incident in our law practice Representative Nicholas Longworth.It i

of the secretary of agriculture practical experiments Leonard Schade :} many years ago. is generally understood it will take

L 'contains the following information Van Westrum, the .inventor of Wes- !I A good deacon in Vermont had place in' February the 16th and 17th '<..";

concerning the development of new trumite, claims to have finally suet .' heard so much said. by his pastor being mentioned as probable dates.
rarities of citrus fruits as the resultof I j about the wicked Jews that his sympathies While the period of the engagementis "'\';
I, ceededvith the assistance of authorities I 11-
experiments carried on by the department i! were aroused, and when he passing pleasantly and, as in all
from the first rank in chemistryand ,
\ died and his will was opened it was cases is rose-tinted with romance, at '"
-_ The two great freezes of the winter road building, in producing a* found thai he had left five hundred the same time it is not likely that it

k ;e t-: ef 1891 and 1893: \hioh killed to the i chtmical compound which Is solu- dollars to "the poor J e\\"s." The executor will be prolonged, but a suitable time
In water and which there-
ble
_z ground practically every orange and' caan. of the will wrote me and asked should be given to those who expectto
lemon tree in Florida except in the extreme fore, be easily distributed by means of ; me to find some poor Jews in Bos- send wedding presents. It is safe I VV

," =,;t y: southern part of the state, served the ordinary water wagon./ The min } ton. I employed a man to make a to say that the White House has never

a 4 :F to emphasize the great importance ute distribution which is thus possi- careful search, and was compelled to contained such a collection of gifts as PERMANENTLY CURES

;; ., of securing hardy varities of these ble permits the compound to penetrate ( write the executor that we could not will be received by Miss Roosevelt. CONSUMPTION COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS

'. fruits. Experiments were started by I through the pores of the finest find a poor Jew in Boston. This was More than any other President, Mr. ASTHMA -SORE, THROA T HOARSENESSWHOOPING
r the department, and the results which stone, sand clay, etc., and its capacity somsthins over forty years ago; and Roosevelt has been before the world. COUGH ANN CROUP

i'Vf ; r have been ,obtained arevery valuable | of absorbing. fresh water is said to there were few Jews in our city, and The United States is on terms of am- DO NOT DELAY ,

and encouraging.' It has been shown : be sufficient< to renew its binding capacity they were all prosperous. We believe ity with all nations, civilized and uncivilized permanent disability. The human

: : that valuable hardy races can be produced Ii after each rain, whereby the the money was sent to some societyin and while Miss Roosevelt is i Until breathing the machinery drain on your is a system produces. of tubes and cells. To have rood
due to the vibration of traffic wuuusn"T'f.ffi'n'te considered of no impor- "
,by crossing the very hardy cold- cracks New York. not a "reigning princess," from the health it must be kept in good order. Inflammation -
with the different I are closed, as well as to lay the dust t of torte, yet if it was known by its proper name ci "''0"*
resisting trifoliate orange A frind asks us why the Jews are nature her relationship to her dis- character would be appre-
ftS of the ordinary sweet which may be blown upon the track tinguished father she is the nearest or-congestion of the lungs, its dangerous Ballard's Horehound -
varities so terribly persecuted in Russia, and When cold makes its appearance use at once
? ciated. a .
.orange. Two of these hybrids which I from adjoining fields etc. we answer that we do not know unless approach to such.in this country. I Syrup which will speedHy overcome !t.
were found to produce valuable fruits The best results, it is said, will be it is the Russian way of con- Therefore it is understood that the WHOOPING COUGH and CROUP Require Prompt Action. SNOW whileBallard's ;. i

a; were preparedhrd lhrdl hrd hrd hrd if the sandy or earthy surface is sat- verting Jews into Russian Christians. rulers of foreign nations will take the LINIMENT[ applied to the throat will and rapidly chest! stop gives the wonderful violent parorysms reuef. of '
and in the spring of urated to a depth of six inches with position that in sending her wedding Horehound Syrup REMEDY THAT WILL ;
were propogated, i We remember reading how a very a coughing. IT IS THE: ONLY COUGH ,
r t a : 1905 distributed braodcast to the inter- I a solution of from 25 to 50 per cent 1 wicked Irishman, when making his present they are honoring her father POSIT.VELY CURE WHOOPING COUGH AND CROUP. ,. "

Georgia: Alabama,, Louisana, Southern I Such saturation will amount to ab.out final confession to the priest just before and the country of which he.is. the CHILDREN
I $1.500 per mile it is claimed to be sufficient BEST FOR
eastern
and Arkansas chief executive.
Tennessee
dying, related so many crimes wrltes---I hue used Bslhud'e
Goldthwaite TeL,
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Maud Adams
Mrs.
and southern Texas, and regions of to render the roadbed abso- that the priest asked him if he had Prince Henry of Prussia has been Horehound Syrup&11'':dlld tied the pleasant take croup, coughs and"
low altitude in Arizona,, New Mexico, lutely gree from dust for years, and never done a good thing in his life. entertained by the president as has col l. My cWldren use it it is to and quickly cure.s.

Washington and dregon. These fruits to make the roadbed a compact, elastic I And he said that he had done one Prince Louis of Battenberg and others. 1 SAFE AND SURE Three Sizes, 25c, 50c, $LOOT

Y I from known group mass, which will be able to withstand It is therefore reasonable to Bottle Guarut..4
different
rd being any good thing. The priest asked him what presume Ch14rea'Favorite Remedy Every
ef citrus fruit, were. named citranges, the effects of rain storms, etc., : it was, and he said "I convarted a that the rulers of England and Ger- Ballard Snow Liniment Co. St Louis Pilo. '
and the two varities distributed were ,I and prevent the losening of the rails.If Jew." "How did you convert him?" .i! many will be among those sending ,

the 'Willits. after a period of several years said the priest. "Well, I had him out presents, as well as Prince Henry and g IHI II HI I B B

The rusts citrange Is a beautiful, should make its reappearance to a wid me in a boat and I axed him Prince Louis. The good offices of the SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BALL

smooth, round fruit, with a reddish dust should make its appearance to a would he be a Christian, and he said president in bringing about peace be- DRUGGISTS

-,-, flush being very similar in size and., slight degree this new dust can be he wouldn't be a Christian, so I put tween Russia and Japan will doubt- -- ----. ----- --- .
appearance to the tangerine. It makes effectualy laid by sprinkling the sur- him over the side of the boat and less be recognized by the Czar and .
a,' good citrangeade, similar t o the face with a solution of from 5 to 10 put his head under water a bit, and the Mikado on this occasion. It is RETAIL PRICE LIST OF
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lemonade and }is especlaly valuable to per cent which will cost from $20 to 'i i then when I let him up I axed him reported that the Kings of Italy and
'! WHISKIES WINES BEER AND MALT.
use for culinary purposes. The Wil 540 per mile. -. :, would he be a Christian, and he said Spain, the Sultan of Turkey and the ,
lits citrange! is more like.a lemon in In sections where it is merely necessary I:I j i j i he wouldn't, so then I put his head ij i; Emperor of Austria have also declared : I-

;; appearance and quality; it is to be to lay the dust and no value under water a longer bit, and when I 1 their intention of sending gifts to -- --

,..recommended for use 'in making cit need be placed upon the solidity of let him up I axed him would he be I. Miss Roosevelt, while President Lou- EXPRESS PSSPAID.: Bulk good"-Jugs free-Not prepaid,
I Full Qt. Measure.... 4 Qts 6 Qts.f 12 Qts 51.5o per gallon Rye, -In.Co.n. Good Grade
'" rangeade, pies, etc.. and may be served the roadbed applications of Westrumite I I j i a Christian, and he said he would bea bet, of France, our great sister republic Hunting Club Rve ....... 65 14 ao $7 00 $r oo per gallon. .
on occasion in the place of lemons. in a 10 per cent. solution, repeatedat Christian, and so I convarted him." has already ordered two magnificent Neison County Rye.........?_. 2 90 oj 25 7 10.Rye. Corn Rum Fine Quality soperjil
Monogram Rve......_...... 5 ?o 46a 8 oo
Both the rusks and the Willits cit intervals at six to ten times a ]' "But how do you know)" said the Sevre vases. Pope Pius 10th Hanne's 44" Rye.....-. ....-.. 3 73 :coo 9.50 Rye Gin. Corn. Kum Best for the money
and which will cost about $40 I has Social Drops. ......... ..... 450: 650 IZ 00 >3 oo prr gal.
are nearly seedless. year "that he remained converted?" signified his intention of sendinga
ranges
priest Matt ._
L. I Whiskey ? ? ;3 ;5 5 00 9 50 "4 t" Rye Peach and apple bmndy. Melowe
.a- Four other varities of hardy oranges per mile per application, will be sufficient "Oh, I put his head under the water handsome wedding present, probably Teach Brandy ._._..35 oo 9 50 by age ${oo per gal.
Aprle Brandy! ........??. .?._.. 3 3 5 ooHolinnd 9 50
4. or citranges, have been obtained, each to secure freedom from dust. i the third time that1 he might die in a piece of Mosaic from the Vatican Gist .?. 2 So 4,45 7=75a Victoria Rye. Social Drops Rye Medical qnaVtyLEMPST
Geneva Gin LOUIS BERR. Per dor.PUstaff .
375 500 50 ,
i possessing special features of merit. Although Westrumite has not :yet Ii the faith. ; factory. North Carolina Corn.. 365 ..
i ? 400 700 .. .. .. ..--11 'S
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a .One of these produces\ a fruit so similar been used to any. extent for the above i I This seems very similar to the plan i i The announced intention that the Mountain Corn ..__... ?. 3 75 500Jamacia 950 Extra Pale...._??..? ?__....._. .. .. 11.
; ;- Rum ...,-?_ i 06 4 15 7 50 I Standard ..... __ ... .
; in size and appearance to the ordinary purpose for the reasons that the duty 1 adopted of conveting Russian Jews European rulers will remember the Medford \Kum .-.....-...- 3 75 5 oo 9501 a It,extra dark-.?.. ..."._- ".. ,., 1-100
orange that t can only be distinguished on oil makes its use for that purposes:: i into Russian Christians.In I occasion in this pleasant way may Grace of Brandy.Kentuckv..?.?. .,: 375! 500 050 Coburper, imported.......,._?_.."?..::".:.. J 00
King
;' IJurboriJ 3 75 5 coAsssrtsisnt 9 50 I Bass Ale pints
by an expert. This fruit In foreign countries prohibitive, the I this connection we remember that j have considerable bearing on the man Allowed on all Qoods cf Same' .Guinness Stout 'pi-t-: ::::??...=== : :

r1 / has been named the Morton The Morton results which have been obtained I. when investigating the cattle question j ner in which the wedding ceremony is Prie. I Prices by the barrel on applicrtios-
s citrango produces an exceedingly by its use on thousands of miles of some years ago, we found by what to be performed. It is to be e' petted

r- juicy fruit, of the texture which is macadem and dirt roads seems to war- seemed to be reliable statistics, thatin that if the Czar, Kaiser and the others

;. "'' almost totally seedless. As in the rant the assertion that it will be I various European countries Jews send presents they will be personally ,
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case of the rusks and the willits cit- equally effective for use on roadbeds. lived, on the average about five years presented by the representatives of '
i _' ranges, it makes a delightful cit Two miles of the midway drive which longer than Christians, which was sup their country in Washington. Such HANNE BROS. ,

r. t rangeade and can be used for: culinary have for some time been treated with posed to result somewhat from the I being the case, it would follow that
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purposes. Trees 'of this variety' Westrumite by the South Park Com- great care taken by the Jews to eat J he should be invited, in behalf of his ; J '

". ;: will be distributed to growers in the misioners of the city of Chicago, j only the meats of perfectly healthy I sovereign, to attenc} the wedding. At j

.Y spring of 1906. tend to indicate from the appearance \ animals. the same time it would be scarcely j -

Another variety similar to the Morton of the streets and the results obtained I We believe that the Jews take great I proper to invite .those diplomats whose j I

: in appearance, but different in In rendering it dust free and its surface pains in this respect, and that Jewish I sovereigns had given presents, and !j

flavor and tree characters is also be- hard and elastic, that the state dealers in meats never put into their j leave out those from countries not so j

-. .lieved to be valuable and will be prop I meats herein made can be fully sub meats, for the purpose of preservingthem thoughtful, and therefore, if a few are ,

s". 1 ogated for the distribution as soon stantiated.-Railway Age. formaldehyde or other poisons, Invited because of their official position }

t' as possible. as is done, we fear by not a few of" it may be determined to invite | :

Y Within recent years the lime has become "FLORIDA FANCIES." our (so-called) Christion dealers.- them alL This would give the wedding !{ 1

*- an important commercial fruit, I Geo. T. Angell in Our Dumb Animals. a decidedly official complexion and un- i -...-.-,...'.--. -- '""... ..'-.,.. ._-. ,.-.---. ."-.- --- ""'; ... ........ .- .
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f but as yet the trees grown are mainly The Courier office is in receipt of I -_ I I less 'a number of high officials of this I C... _- .... : ..,;
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4A sedlings and the fruits are very variable an interesting and neatly printed book I I Florida the Best Stat-e in the Union. country are also invited it would lead ; sjl
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}ti in shape size and quality. Some bearing the title of "Florida Fancies," I tj many heart-burnings. Miss Roosevelt -

markets are coming to demand fruits written by F. R. Swift, a New York I Florida has ten million acres today I will probably receive gifts from lOne and Two-horse !

of a certain size, and it is desirablethat yachtsman, and published 'by the I Ifor sale that are most admirably almost every one of high official position I Hay Presses :

growers should plant varieties of Knickerbocker press.I I < adapted to the business of poultry in this city, and hundreds of others 1 tyt

known characters. Two new seedlings In this little I book the author tells I farmin;;. The climate; ; offers exceptional throughout the country, in addi- 'i Tedders 9 1

( producing fruit uniform in size and about the scenery and relates inter- I advantages since here the ex tion to those sending her presents, es- ,

of good Quality have been secured in I esting adventures encountered on a I \ pecially those in this city, will expect i

4 the department's experiments: ; these I hunting trip along the St. Johns ,and !neces-sary' invitations to the wedding, which Mowers, Rakes

twill receive mrmes and will be distributed I Ocklawaha rivers. The author did not t grown in connection with the business.All promises to be a very large affair. ,
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in lime-growing regions. One of spend his time luxuriating in some this land is equally fit, but the She has received her engagementring Knife ."
Grinders I.
,I these produces a small fruit and the palatial hotel but went out into the I cost would vary in proportion to transportation which has replaced the single .

s >> other a large:: fruit. In both cases the wilds where he could enjoy our incom facilities-access to trunki sapphire which she wore while the I

-t, fruit is produced mainly near the exterior parable scenery.lie I( i i I t lines being possible for every acre. new ring was !'being made. It is set A Complete ,Stock Repairs I f

t- 4x of the tree, which is a character also tells about the music of the j Since the business is one of the I i most with three ,pigeon-blood rubies surrounded .

ii. _: of importance, as it greatly facil- Florida evening Iwhich Commence I profitable in the country, requiring by diamonds. Miss Roosevelthas Both .Deering and McCormick.

itates, the harventing. with the shrill call of the coot, the little capital why is not Florida being never worn much jewelry but after -

t ,- scream of the blue heron and the trol- settled? The only reason is that fe\v her wedding she will' have a hand
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The Perfect Gentleman. ley trill of the raft duck, the weird know of these advantages and the some supply from which to choose.

i- whispers of the hoot and the hoarse knowing few have a snap.-Times-Un- ., ,, MARION
I "John, a peddler came around today cry of the alligator, which he was ion i i i Madison's Proud Record. HflRDWflBECOMPANY.
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selling stove polish. He was avery obliged to listen to, as in many Instances i iI i .l.- ,

a 'agreeable gentleman. Why, he he was not able to leave- the I If the Wife be a Sensible Woman. Banks! Did ; you inquire about I -

talked so pleasantly about the weather yacht for several days, as everythingfor I !! banks Why Madison's are the prideof S '

; r miles was swamps and lakes. A Tampa man read a touching article the county. 0ne with an age ol Conveying aijdmalii)8ry Power TroQsmission

"You don't say, Maria r The author sailed through lakes, about how;! men neglect their wives little more than ( en years has a deposit 9pplionces.

"Yes, and I bought a package. Then swamps and river to Luke I 'Okecho- after they'are maried, so he bought climbing toward the four 'hun- ) ) Mill and Mining\ SuppliesFor .

.3w ,' he complimented the baby, and I bee, from where an Indian boy accompanied and took home a two dollar collection dred thousand dollar mark, the other,

2 r fcM-.i i bought another package." them who was I later killed of flowers and gave it to his wife witha just past the age of six months, is Catalog and Prices Address_.

"H'm by a monster alligator, which measured kiss. She said "they are mighty proud of a deposit just a few hundred :

& "Presently he said our vestibule fourteen feet ten f'inches, and pretty and sweet, but I would rather short of two; hundred thousand dollars. THE t
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r was kept. in better order than any in weighed about eight hundred pounds. have had a pair of new shoes.". Give Every section of fair. Florida is glad BARKLEY CO.

the neighborhood, and then I bought The book is elegantly illustrated by the wife plenty of shoes and dresses with the old year's gifts and the new CHARLESTON, a. C.

a :; another package Albert E. Swift, and is one of the most and the solid things of life, and/she: year's promises, the face: of good for- F. 0. HO FFMAN
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> n "Great Scott!" interesting of its kind fiver written. will not feel the want of bouquets and tune has surely beamed on our beautiful I I Representative. Pliope 2iJC. 5..y Hotel
Ocala, Flor'ca.
:' "Before he left he said he thought -Plant City Courier. buggy drh ::s. The trivial things land! but of all sections of our r-

1 was your daughter instead of being soon lose their value in the crucibleof state sure t y our own county wears __

old enough' to be your wife. Then 1 Pensacola's Recuperation. wedded life.Tampa Times. the Jaur4l for.; the pros:3erity: of bank-

', bought three additional 'packages. Oh, The editor of the Calhoun Democrat I I' ing nstUi tions. Bear 'in.; mind Madi icala Furniture

4 it doesn' do any harm to encourage Max Wilson, was in Pensacola a week lI I An Editor: Who Was Hungry. son'? banns\ are but an ,index of the GOl1)pnny. I
f :=; a real gentleman when you meet one." or so ago and tells In the last Issue excellent conditio of the people in
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Chicago News. of his paper with evident surprisehow The Travares'Herald' .man must nave who e midst they 'are l'ated.tadi "' 9:0 .

ail : he found everybody hustling in been hungry. In his issue 'just before son |Recorder. -
a Wants Marion to. Have a Good Court the West Florida metropolis and nota Christmas he says: I I

.' House. vestige of any sign that the city "We catch ypu all Christmas. Gift Governor Yard an's assertion that There is Nothing Too Good For You. yThat's

It : Marion county wants a new courthouse }fad been visited the past summer by in advance; of Christmas morning. We negroes who can'j read and write are r

r and she really needs one. A an epidemic. The fact is people 'at; a will have no objection if the gift is more addicted to :crime than the illiterate -

5 meeting of the citizens of the county distance were worse disturbed by 1 it a sack not sweet potatoes!!, u box of will attract wide attention a broad statement, but it holds good for
';': was held last Saturday at Ocala than people here where nearly everybody I oranges, a big turkey hen or a rooster throughout: the country I' and cause the bUying cheap furniture 'Now that does you will surely regret -

.;j V and a commit appointed to act In'onJtnctlon went about his business;, las -just any old thing to eat will do. subject to be looksd) into;to see whether should pay an exhorbitant price for your goods pot arid wu- t you

with the baord of county though nothing whatever was the It is to;;; be hoped ;he 'got it ind, con- the 'statement) .is correct or 'not know where you can get the best goods at lower, if you would

,,commissioners and the. prospects are matter-Pensacola News. ,' sequentljl feels better know.I The chief justification 'for educationof are paying some other Place. prices, "than you ,

:i t L ;, "bright for'an imposing temple of Just Is Sorry Hillman is Down and Out. I I children at public expanse is that .

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,SARA ELIZABETH Local Editor.HARRIS, APPROACHING WEDDINGS. I IN MEMORIAM CITY FINANCES. HARVIE' JORDAN WILL PRESIDE I Thorough! Organization," Hon. -W. H.

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-- SmithMaughs.Sunday I Chairman Ford's Report Shows Themto I Crescent City Preparing for Big Seymour, president Alabama Division

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. i I morning at St. Philips Cath- Resolutions Passed by the Order of be in a Healthy Condition.To Crowds of Planters During Con- Southern Cotton Association, Montgomery -

olic church wejp published the bannsof Elks on the Death of Mr. the President and City Council of I vention-Prominent Men to Ala. Adjournment

Deliver Speeches. Night Session.address'Warehouses .
the approaching marriage of Dr. Ocala:
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Standley. '
Miss Lillian Eichelberger is
again for "
I Cotton
quite sick with dengue fever. Dan Morgan Smith and Miss Jessie | 'I I beg herewith to submit my annual
Mr. W. J.
Special to the Ocala Banner. White Russellville. Ark.
:Maughs both of this city. The date At a session of Ocala Lodge, : statement of the finances of the city Discussion.
I New Orleans, Jan. 10.-The first
annual
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Mrs. D. S. Woodrow has Just recently of the marriage which will be some-* B. P. O. Elks, held at Elks Hall. January for the preceding year, 1905. Address-"Evils of Future Speculation -

received a very handsome new time the latter part of January, has 9, 1906, the following resolutionswere The have receipts and expenditures of the ton Growers'convention Association of the Southern, which Cot-will ." Mr. E. B. AlfTd, Texas. .
city been follows
surrey. not yet been made public. I I'lereasThe I as : Address-"Extendin Marketsfor
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our
adopted: RECEIPTS. be held here January 11, 12 and '13, ; ,
The announcement of this marriage "
American
Cotton Erlster Asho-
lIon Prank Adams of Jasper, was will be a matter of very great interest '\\ Grand Exalted Rulerof Balance; January 1, 1903;; .$ 1,360.61 will probably break all previous rec- raft Florence Ala. Adjournment.

registered at the Ocala House yester owing to the prominence of both the Universe in His. infinite wis- Ordinary receipts, 1903; . 26,037.27 ords in the annals of agricultural Morning
Session-Saturdoy.
day. Electric light 1903;; .. . 5,942.59 meetings, both in attendance and In
parties< Dr. Smith has been living dom has decreed that our .brother' \ddress-"Federal Bureaus of Cotton -
S Proceeds of bonds. . ., 45,703.13 prominence. Thus far a surprisingly
Iin Ocala for quite a number of years Sands A. Standley having finished his large number of hotel reservationshave Statistics," Hon. D. F. Livingston,
:Miss Evelyn Liddon has returned i
J: and] is one of our most prominent popular M. C., Covington, Ga.
home from a pleasant visit to relativesat work uPon earth, should be called to $79,103.60 been made Indicating that many

Starke II and progressive physicians and his reward. EXPENDITURES. prominent and wealthy planters will Address-By Hon. John Temple

I citizens. Graves
Atlanta Ga.
..' We accept with deep humility the I Ordinary expenditures, .. .$17,013.12 participate in the proceedings.
Miss Maughs is a sister of Mr. G. Address
Col. G. X. Saussy of Hawkinsville, I rulings of an inscrutable Providence I Electric! light plant . . 13,223.77 Careful selection has been, made In -"The Newspaper and Its
T. Maughs and is well known
having Relation to the Southern Cotton Association
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Ga., is in the city on business before and testify to the faithfulness of our ] Scrip retired. . ... . 17.63S.4G the matter of platform timber and none
'" been for the past few years, city ticket ," H. Y. Brooke Luverne
the circuit court. departed Brother in maintaining the I Scrip interest. ... . : . 4,374.62 but those men best qualified through J
agent for the Atlantic Coast Line Ala..
precepts of our Order "Charity, Jus- Bond interest .. .. ... 1,770.12 experience and training have been requested -
railway, having her office in the Ocala Report of committees.
Adjournment
Favorite Fertilizer for all crop and tice, Brotherly Love and Fidelity." Fire and road bonds ;. . 2.850.00Judgment to address the delegates on -

all Swartz fertilizer Co.material for !Sale; by Lang, House. We extend to his bereaved familyour . ... .. . . 3000.00 timely and interesting topics.
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I Dr. Smith and Miss Maughs Afternoon Session.
heartfelt sympathy and mourni Balance . .... .'. .. ... 19, 3t51: During the' past ;year or two of the
I have a great many: friends, who will Address-i'Capitalization."
Mr. S. A.
Mr. John W. Martin, of Jacksonville, i with them the "absent" 'one. May the cotton growing industry has under- E
wish for them a very happy marrjedlife. Witherspoon, Meridian, :Miss.Address"Organizatiun .
was a popular :young traveling man in I' I recording angel, write him as "one 9103.60 gone some radical changes through
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Ocala this week. I who loved his fellow men: Against this balance of $19,233.51 i which the balance of power has fallento I in Arkansas '
," Mr. B. F.( Burnett '
Smith-Johnson. Otis T. Green, the following items must be set as i F the farmer. This is the, result, primarily I president Arkansas '

Mrs. W. J. Cornell and child are Maurice Strauss, pertaining to the expenditures of last of the improved financial status Division Southern Cotton Association I :
Mrs. Lillian Johnson, of Newport Chickalah, Ark.Address"Concert .
J" visiting relatives and friends at An- David S. Williams, year: of the cotton producer; secondly,
has announced the engagement of her "
I of Action, lIon.
thony. Committee.The Outstanding scrip . . .$ 1.37L20 I of the immensely augmented spinners' _
daughter, Pattie, toIr.. Harry A. A. Dickson, Centenille Miss. r
requirements for raw cotton. With
Sinking fund for 1903;
Smith, of Louisville Ky. The wedding year ,
Final of
I :Mr. J. D. Williams, of Arcadia, for Crosby Damage Suit. Electric light bonds . 1,116.00 these conditions as a working basis, report committees. Adjournment
will be a quiet and after a short
our Sine Die.
1 resident of Ocala Is here the southern farmers
many years a Interest on general bonds to have, through
wedding trip the young couple will All and addresses limited
for a few day's visit. The suit brought by Mr. J. W. January 1, 1903; . .o. 1.123.00:! education, practical demonstration anda papers to
make their home in Louis'ille.Mr. thirty minutes. AH discussions
11 Crosby against the A. C. L. railway to Amount yet to be expended newly developed business sagacity, limitedto
Smith is a nephew of Messrs. R. thirty minutes and
:Mrs. D. A. Miller has gone to Dun- recover damages for the injury of his to electric light plant 10,009-00 swept away the arbitrary dominationI speeches to ten
L. and H. L. Anderson, of this city, minutes.
1 nellon to see her sister, Mrs. J. W. little daughter, Ethel, sustained some I the spinner and the speculator, completely -
and is also a nephew of Mrs. R. L.

Castel, who is seriously ill. Anderson time ago by getting her foot crushed Making a total of . .$13,612.20:! upset the time-honored mar- The Married Ladies Card Club.

while standing on the platform of one Which, deducted from the above ket methods which favored the spin-
Miss Johnson has spent most of her
.' Mr. and Mr. W. J. Wright and son, of the coaches, occupied the entire attention balance, leaves the sum of $3,621.31net : ner and the speculator, and broughtthe
life in Louisville and is one of the The Married Ladies Card Club has v
of Missouri, are the guests of the for- of the l'UUrt'ednesday.. balance in the city's treasury to export buyer of actual cotton to
cleverest artists: in that city her workhaving
mer's sister and brother-in-law. I Mr. R. A. Burfurd and Iaj". L. T.i the with and the interior, thus eliminating a large been reorganized for the winter season -
commence year ,
of J1906
attracted a good deal attention. -
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and Mrs. C. L. Moore. i I Izlar are endeavoring to protect the I with only $1j .31 of the ad valorem class of middlemen who for nearly a and were entertained at their first

v. interests of the railroad and Mr. R. L. taxes of 1903: ,as yet collected. year have not shared in any of the meeting on Wednesday afternoon by".

Mr Ilibbert Weathers, who has been' Anderson and Mr. II. L. Anderson are (. The for profits of the business. :Miss Abbie Munroe at the attractive
Miss Piatt Gives Informal JapaneseTea. ordinary revenue 1905; was
quite sick for several weeks, is improving .. looking after the interests of Mr. Cros- $26,097.27, the ordinary expenditures, There are many farmers in the home of her mother, Mrs. Allan Mun

which will be pleasant news by. 1701312. Taking the receipts and south who realize that they are now roe on Onondago Hill two miles south t -

to his friends. I Superintendent H. A. Ford, Capt marketing their cotton under changedand of town.
expenditures for 1906 at the same fig-
i1 Miss Edith 'Piatt was the hostess at t
Lovvry, who was a conductor on the very much improved conditionsbut The club will meet each week on
I III a small and pleasant Japanesetea ures, and adding $6,4 S6, the amount
very
J. Mr. Robert E. Fort, of I.ynne, was in Wednesday afternoon at which Homosassa branch of the A. C. L. at ne lltfor sinking fun and interest very few of them understand fully Wednesday and the members are anticipating -

: Ocala Monday on his way to Atlanta the time of the accident, Mr. P. W. bonds just"h2.t* has happened not how 'these very delightful .times together -
and electric
time she asked a few of her friends in on general light
Ga., where he will attend a barber on these occasions 1here': will
altered conditions
II Whitesides, who was express agent at may be made per-
to meet Miss Kate Jackson, who is bonds, there will remain a balance of
for the next few months. be no prizes given until the end of
college the a
here from Gainesville, Georgia, visit- the time and several Others, are witnesses receipts over expenditures for 1906 of manent and further improved upon.
I These ,season, at which time a handsome, trophy -
for the defense. subjects will be discussed fullyat
98lii. To this must be added the
. ing her sister, Mrs. Henry Livingston. $2, ,
A large number of convicts were in will be given to the member, who
The witnesses for the plaintiff are the convention next week, and a
balance hand 1 1905
Miss Piatt received and entertainedher on January so
Ocala yesterday and were sent to the Ethel Crosby, Mrs. Crosby, Henry that the conservative campaign for the future will have made the best score during }
city treasury should have in
and the callers In her studio, which was I I
various turpentine damps Dr. Powers Dr. Izlar Conductor will be the entire season.
F prettily decorated with Japanese lan- Raysor, hand January 1, 1907, $8,219.46. besides mapped out.
. phosphate mines. Lowry and others. The following is the official program The meeting with Miss Munroe was
1" ... terns, fans, and parasols. The hos- such portion of the ad valorem taxes "

tess wore a very pretty Japanese ki- I Little Ethel, who sustained the injuries for 1906\ as may then be collected.In announced for the occasion and will exceedingly. pleasant and the ladles. ,
Mr. F. M. Long, postmaster and who
enjoyed the
honors be.flolowed games were Misses
won as a witness, and as nearly as possible:
mona and in her hair had arranged addition to this there will be
merchant of Holder, was a visitor to Abbie Munroe, Minnie and Louise
answered all questions without con- Thursday Morning.
In the fund for
$4.482
sinking retiringthe
very gracefully a large chrysanthemum. -
.., our city yesterday. Her guests were Miss Jack- fusion put to her and with a quick- 'two bond issues. This does not Convention called to order at 10 I Gamsby, Mary Piatt Emily Stotes-

-- ness and precision that was remark- o'tlock a. m. b:' president Harvie Jor- bury, Mrs. D."T.. Davis-Mrs. F. T.Sehrieber .
Hocker Mrs. Wil- take into calculation any profit on the
It behoves to use the best fertil- son, Mrs. William ,
you dan. Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Mrs.
izers on your crops. Favorite Fertil- liam Gary, Mrs. Edward Helvenston able.The operation of the new electric light
izers are honestly made, and will give defense has the model of the Invocation. G. K. Robinson, Mrs. L. It. Chazal, Mrs.
plant which should be a substantialone. .
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, Mrs. Henry Livingston -
the best results. Lang Swarts & Co., G. F. Dittmer Mrs. T. T. Munroe
train on which the little girl was injured Address of welcome, Hon. John ,
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f agents for Ocala. x Misses Hattie Dye, Esther
:" I II Weathers and Emily Ford I showing how the accident *c- The financial condition of the cityis Parker on behalf of "The Progressive Mrs. H. S. Chambers, Mrs. William

:Mr. John B. Floyd, formerly of this curred. Union and the City of New Orleans. Anderson, Mrs. E. M. Gregg of North.
A novel little guessing contest kept | a most satisfactory: one, and fully

county, but now of St. Augustine the guests pleasantly interested. The The following are .the names of the justifies the policy of the city councilof Response, "'. L.. Foster, Shreveport, Carolina and Mrs. B. A. Weathers.Mr. .

; his recently returned from a business questions were written on cards orna- jurors who are sitting in the case: J. 1904 and 1903; in advocating the issue La. ,

trip to Texas. mented with pretty Japanese girls W. Lyle, C. A. Liddon, L. J. Hooper.David of bonds and the abandonment of Address-"The Southern Farmer," Benjamin Howard Clark left

J Hon Harvie Southern Friday for Mexia, Texas, where on
" Grantham, J. Brass, jr. Jordan president -
:', and the answers were all relating to the policy of meeting the financial
after spending the I Cotton Association. the evening of January the claventh
Mala Houghton
and suggestive of things Japanese. I needs of the city.by the issue of scrip,
past three weeks at home with his I Mrs. Munroe's Card Party. Address-"Co.-operation of Farmers," he u'as married toIIss Lillian
Several of the ladies cut for the prize, which was discounted ten per cent.

:' parents left Tuesday for College which was won by Mrs Hocker. It t and bore eight i>*r cent. interestHerbert Hon. II A. Calvin, Dallas, Tex, president Bonner. He Is accompanied! by the

;t.. Park Georgia where he attends the I Mis. Theodore T. Munroe Thursday Fanners' Educational and Cooperative best wishes of his many Ocala friends. t
.,, was a pretty hand-painted cal- A, Ford,
very
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/ ;' Union. Discussion. Mr. and Mrs. Clark will return to
Georgia Military Academy. afternoon sustained her reputation as
Chairman Finance Committee.
I ander the work of Miss Piatt, who is
, Ocala between the twentieth and the
Appointment of Committees. Ad-
Ideal hostess when she charm-
: artist. an so --
gifted
:::,' +s Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bagley and Mr. a I journment. twenty-fifth and for awhile will make
I The refreshments at this pelasanttea ingly entertained a number of ladies Big Dinner at the Rendezvous.

I and Mrs. G. E. Paine, prominent residents were served on Japanese china in her new home on South SecondI Afternoon Session. ( their home with the groom's parents' ., _r

of Atlanta, were In Ocala Tues- I street. A few days ago a very swell dinner Address-"Foreign Labor in the Mr. and Mrs W. H. Clark.
" and very prettily carried out the
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day on their way to Homosassa to of the afternoon. t There is no more attractive little was served to the guests at the popular = Cotton Fields," Hon. Chas. Scott, -- -,-- -. -- --- ----

, spend a couple> of weeks fishing and home in Ocala than Mrs Munroe's.The Rendezvous at Homo assa. Amongthe Rosedale, Miss.

",' bunting. Mr. and Mrs. Wever Give EntertaIn- quaint architecture and good tasteof guests present were Mr. Harry ddres'alue of Manufactured Kimball!

a ment. the hostess have combined to makeit Bare, of Philadelphia Mr. II. Walmer, Cotton Compared to the Raw Product

.., Miss :Myrtle Whitfield gave a most particularly comfortable and love- of Hummelstown, Pennsylvania, Mr. Hun. D. A. Thomi-kins, Charlotte, N t ; if

.- enjoyable candy ,pulling one evening The beautiful home of Mr. andMrs. I'I)'. Charles Prinz a New York artist and C. Discussion. Organs

recently to quite a number of her C. J. Wever was a scene of fes- I Simply and charmingly decoratedwith importer, and quite a number of oth- .-\ch1ress-ooC'l.ier Relations Between _

friends at the home of her parents Bankers and Farmers John D. Walker
young tal splendor Tuesday evening in honorof graceful bamboo the attractive ers. aj Direct from Factory

Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs McRae. Tht her guests, Misses Harris and Rob- I parlor and dining room made a delightful The Rendezvous is under the able president First National Bank. at

young people had a very merry time. inson, of WilHston and Misses Mar I background for the animatedand management of Mr. .W, C. Lowry and Sparta. Ga. Adjournment WHOLESALE PRICES

lowe and Wever, of Blitchton. The ladies well dressed women who enjoyed is a most delightful hotel. All of the Night Session. ; 00 monthly '

Col. John L. Inglis, accompanied by were most gracious and in the Mrs. Munroe's gracious hospitality.The guests are very high in their praise of \ddress-"Trade-" Relations Between payments

his son. William Lawncey Inglis, left best of spirits. After playing many hostess gave her guests ,an opportunity it and of Mr. and Mrs. Lowry. Spinner and Grower" Hon. J. A. $2.50 jfc Monthly quarterly or

Tuesday for Miami, where they expect interesting games the guests were escorted to test their skill in playing The following menu was served at Brown, Chadbourn; N. ,C. upwards.

to meet Colonel Inglls's yacht r the to the beautiful dining room the fascinating game of whist. the dinner: Address "Organization Walter You t an nine buy th' famous Kim-
Tuna. From Miami they willsail on ball U!' an-. "r the reliable Great t
Division
where all were served to delicious Miss Stotesbury proved the most efficient hon'-Sur Canape.Gulf I Clark president Mississippi Western Organs direct from the makers -

the yacht to Key West. Tampa and'Port cake, ambrosia and fruits. and was presented with a beau- of Mexico Oysters En Conquille Southern Cotton Association, Clarksdale at wholesale factory prices. Wi& z

Times Union. I will send them to reliable people
Inglis.- I Miss. any-
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Sweet Pickles.
tiful of bride and bridesmaidsroses.
features of bouquet
One of the pleasantest where in the United States, to be paid

the evening was the delightful music, I Mrs. Newsom received the Lettuce Young, Onions Celery I Address-"value of the Southern for on extremely easy payment plan-

Mrs. Christian Ax and nurse and which was furnished by the young' la- booby prize, a bunch of lovely pink Green Turtle Bisque Courtons Cotton Association to the South," $2.50 monthly and upwards. '. '.
Miss Ax, of Baltimore Md., who spend Operating the largest musical instrument -
and white carnations. Homosassa Bay Bass Hon. H. M. Jacoway, Dardanelle, Ark.
; factoryin the world, employing -
their winters: in Florida, are registered dies.The included about twenty- Gracefully assisting Mrs. Munroewas Seminole Sauce.Wild Adjournment. the largest capital, buying raw
party
'. at the Ocala House. Mrs| Ax owns a Morning Session-Friday. material in the largest quantities+ ,for
"The fotar besides the honored guests Misses Miss Munroe and Mrs. Chambersand Turkey.Hunter Dressing cash-the Kimball System of manufacturing -
large body of land known as and Aims of the
"Object
Prinz Salad. and distributing free
Maude Robinson, Artie Marlowe, Lu- a delicious supper was dajntily
Meadows" near Citra.Ocala served. \: Chicken Pie Philadelphia Style Southern Cotton .Association" Hon. J. through our 200 supply stations, pos-
cile Harris and Clifl'ordeyer.. Afterspending : t \('ly'E'S purchasers $29 to $50 on
I the of Kist which Ata Cream. McMartin. Port Gibson, Miss. first class
in the evening very pleasantlyat Enjoying games to organs.
Florida
is the only city
10:30'the invited guests departedfor were marked on cards ornamentedwith Idylwild PaiL r Address-"Farmer, Banker andWarehouseman. If you haven any organ you want
that we know of which has a citizen W. G. P. lIard- one, and :you want an good one; a
able to buy the- entire issue of bondsof home, hoping that Mrs. Wever exquisite little water colors, were Little Pig Roast. Mr. mere prety t-as- with n> music In it

would have many more such l'.leasantparties. Mrs. W. V. Newsom. Mrs. H. S. Lemon Jelly ing, president First National bank won't tl.,. Secure at once the old
one of the coming prosperous cities Ala. Reliable Kimball Organ, at prices and
Birmingham,
Chambers Mrs. L. R. Chazal :Mrs. Candied.Yams.
done by very convenient terms.:
of the stat This was
;,. Bullock Walmero Favorite'English Peas Address--"Cotton: The Basis of Send today for
Frank Harris. Mrs. W. S. our money saving
Dr. Walter Hood of this city, who plan and free catalogue. {
Southern Hon. E. D. Smith '
of Mrs. HerbertL. Potatoes Prosperity,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bright Mrs William Anderson, Snow '
bought all the bonds, floated by FortPierce Under no circumstances can you afford
I: there- Toronto, Canada have arrived in Anderson Mrs. E. M. Gregg, of Baked .:Macaroni Royal. president South Carolina Division to buy or consider any other or-

t on the east coast giving Ocala and will spend the next threeor Wilmington. X. C.. Mrs. A. E.: Gerig, Hummelstown Cordial. Southern Cotton Association, Columbia gan' until :you have our money saving

for par value. four months with us. They Ire :Mrs. E. T. Helvenston Mrs. W .T. Strawberry Short Cake. i S. C. proposition.The most inexperienced; buyers hn

Mr. John R. Jeffords is nOmayor occupying the McDonald house on Gary, Mrs. G. T. Dittmer, Mrs. George Lemon Meringue Pie Report of Committees. Adjourn- est: trader or ks thoukh you were herein
assurance
have our that
person you
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. F. T. Schrieber, Mrs. C. Blackberry Roll Claret Rouce ;oent.
Summerfield avenue. MacKay, ,
of Clearwater Mr. Jeffords is an each, organ will be selected by an ex-
welcomed visitorsto Mrs. G. K. Nuts Raisins Oranges Afternoon Session. ,
Ocalaite. This leads us to remark Bright are always R.. Tydings Rqblnson.Irs. pert.A
Cheese Address "Financing the Southern fine stool and music book free
C. Chambliss :Misses Minnie and Crackers WafersSolong
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that Ocala has furnished two mayorsfor .Ocala. with each organ. ,
and, Green and Black Tea Cotton Association Prof. J, H. Con-
the progressive city of Tampa.and Louise Gamsby. Emily Stotesbury Write today_ for free catalogue.LoddenGainpbellSinitli .

now one for Clearwater. The Ocala A stream of visitors Is now pouringInto Abbie Munroe. Delvin Tassee nell Dallas Texas.

spirit Is of the pushing, progressive, Florida. We hope that they will I Address-"Diversification and Organization Co, 5

I and The Daily Reporter has absorbed the Marion county ships the .melons and ," :Mr. L. B. Irvin Stillwat-
i part with their good dollars enjoy -
that getsthere.
onward variety, the kind "
themselves. Evening Star at Orlando.' Jeffersen county the, melon seed. I er Okla. 18 West Bay St. -

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k THE :.:: CHURCH UNION. r THE AMERICAN GIRL REFUSE TO KNEEL TO 'THE: POPE Corn Bread, Chicken and the Cam-
BANNER-
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FRANK HARRIS, Editor.
we reprint from the Atlanta News think that the Congressional Recordis Pope Pius X-Americans Must Long Slough. Jan. 4. 1906.

::: "P. .V/Leavengood, Business Manager. To the Editor Ocala Banner: j jI
that the attempt to unite certain a heavy, ponderous volume fit only Bring Introduction From
Will those who are feedipg on chicken fOR MONTHS

churches in small communities in to be read by statesmen philosophers Bishop to Gain Audience. now continue to feed on. chicken 11

Canada .is meeting with success.It scholars and college presidents. until they shall have shuffled off this

Special to the Ocala I .
seems to us that this is a good We confess that we always: find very Banner: mortal coil? .
Rome. January 5.-The practice of I I Terrible! Sore on Ankle Caused
When lIon. M. L. Payne was feedingon
movement. ,_, light. breezy and delightful reading in L I ,
American tourists, to consider the VatIcan if he
his lips
chicken and smacked Sleep
Awful Suffering-Could
All churches have the same objectin the Record.
as one of the curiosities to be
T enjoyed it, Mr. W.r D. Cam, who was
view and are striving for the same Our statesmen are not always sedate, included in their sightseeing schedule, living on plain corn bread promised nor Rest Physician Said Leg "

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end and If the saying be true that grave and severe. I will be restricted to some extent in the people that If they would just let Would Have to Be Amputated.

o "In unity there is strength," it oughtto For instance in opening ,,the Rec- I the future, at least so far as visits of him feed on chicken one time he would _. -
-
hold good in the case of the chur- i the
Pope are concerned.
: ord
yesterday
the following -
we came across not ask for it any more, but he has

ches. There is also another quotation definition of the American girl L The privilege of having audience I gone on feeding on chicken from that CURED BY CUTICURAIN :

: i---- bearing on this point which is even by with the Pope has been abused
Ezekiel S. recently -
Candler jr.,
congressman day until this and has cultivated a SIX WEEKS
wk stronger and is taken from the sacred from by Americans in several instances -
Mississippi, which almost:
dish that almost puts
-c:: -- -- -- '--'--'- taste for this l
volume itself, which says that a and each -
equals the one of these cases p
and
very superb poetic
: blush.
Motto: The Banner, believing those Brother Payne to the
: "house divided against itself cannot description given of her I has given considerable offense and "1 had terrible sore on ankle .
: c the top well able to ,take care of I recently by .' Will Brother Carn cry for more a my
? "
: themselves, has taken its stand in the stand. the editor of the Tampa Tribune.Mr. I has caused a great deal of annoyance chicken this year or will he pass the and had not walked any for eleven ::-

barricades with the common people If these churches should unite say I Candler said: I and mortification to the Vatican auth- delicious dish to some other poor fellow months. I tried nearly everything

and'its fight will be made for the bet in a small community like Ocala, the "God made the American girl. He orities. who has been living on plain corn without any benefit and had a doctor,
I
: ; terment of those at the bottom. churches thus united could afford to sent His angel throughout It will be remembered that on one but he didn't seem to do any good. He '".
messengers bread ever since the big freeze? said I would have to have my leg
-- have better
T- a building the
pay preacher occasion
all the star-strewn realms of space several months ago several But. then, Brother Carn has not taken off, and that I would never walk

FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1906. a better salary and it would be a to all Americans although fully instructedas awful and at
gather there was of beauty and I been feeding on chicken any longer, again. I: suffered nightI I

: smaller tax: on the community brightness, of enchantment of glam. to the ceremonial required upon nor does he enjoy it any better than could not sleep at all. I thought '

As it is we are now there was no rest for me, but as soom .
supporting a presentation at the Vatican refused to
There are few things better than to our. When those angels returned from
: I some others who have been feeding on Cuticura Soap and
I to
;- Lave a child's wonder and a child'slove. catholic church, an Episcopal church their harvesting beauty and threw Lr kneel, when the Pope appeared. On it so long that they 'do not know thereis as Ointment began it commenced use healing nicely.

a :Methodist church, a Presbyterian down their glittering burden at His another occasion an American woman any other dish but chicken. They I bathed the ankle with warm water

church, a Baptist chuich, and a Chris- feet, He began in their wondering presence was presented to the Pontiff notwith- liken one office to one part of this and Cuticura Soap and. then applied

r In view of the fluttering of the insurance tian church. the fashioning of the American standing the fact that she was a divorced favorite fowl and some other office to Cuticura Ointment to .the affected *
I part and laid a cloth over the sore'ta
-' companies Tom Lawson's ran- Our white population, we will saris : girL lIe wrought with the gold and I woman and it is well known .
: another part of it and if they cannot i hold it in place. After two wksIcou1dwa&aroundflYr00mTL ?

dom shot seems to have struck the I a fraction over two thousand and the gleam of the stars shifting glories; I that the Pope does not sanction divorce get the breast they will take the thigh, I %

bull's of these only one-fifth are heads of and has never countenanced it and in six weeks' time.my ankle |
: eye. of the rainbow hues, and the palid L and if they cannot get it, they will good,
families, four hundred In cured and I was walking j
or round I by receiving any men or who was entirely
silver women
of the moon. He wrought with
I be forced to
take the neck rather tran I
around out of doors. am enjoying ,
An numbers, and of this four hundred had been divorced. In that latter In-
author has said the
that "flowers crimson which swooned in the the corn bread diet. perfect health and have gone to workandfcelaswellasleverxlidinmYlile J

? are the sweetest things God has some are not church goers and do stance several American bishops sent
madeand rose's rubied heart, with the pure Mark my' prophecy. A cry. for ,
., not pay their proportion of this tax: strong remonstrances to the Vatican J know that the Cuticura Remedies
forgot to put a soul in. sweet snow which gleams from the chicken will be heard from all parts so \
So, when it is brought to its last anal- authorities and the result was. that are the best in the world. t
lily's petals, and the fires and the of the county in the coming campaign.One .

The only thing pious about the ysis it will be seen that this burdenof flames which flash and leap from jewel's the authorities decided to restrict the Who Wants to Corn Cuticura was recommended to ne \
Change
supporting six: churches, with their by a lady who had used it when her '}
Jacksonville of
Metropolis is its daily granting audiences to Americansto
depth. Then glancing deep into I
Bread for Chicken. baby's head was so full of sores he could snot

scripture quotations. assessments for various purposes, falls His own bosom lIe took of the love a great extent.It lie down. She had to set him tp j

on the shoulders of a very few and which gleamed there like some rare, has been ordered'that American CONDENSED FOOD FOR NAVY. in her arms to sleep. (signed) Mr*. 'j:

i If you are on the water wagon stay the question of unification from a pearl beneath the wind-kissed waves; applicants hereafter must be recommended Mary Dickerson" ,LouisaC.H.Va..ApiI 1

-. on It-don't. jump off and be sure not financial standpoint is very strong, in- of a summer sea thrilled into the by their respective bishops or President Roosevelt Wants Further 2'2, 1905. {,

to fall off.President. deed.We I I form He was fashioning, and all heaven have their applications supported by Tests Made With. Emergency

1 hope the effort in Canada will some COMPLETE TREATMENT .
recognized official whoassumes
here
and earth rejoiced, for, lo! He had L Rations-offices Favor It. ;
Roosevelt is now charged succeed and if it does that it will the
guarantee that the
I wrought the American girl." (Con- per- Consisting of Cuticura Soap ?
: with wrecking the Odell machine. Let spread to the United States. Church
sons recommended'by him in
tinued applause.) are not Special to the Ocala Banner: Ointment and Pills
L I- him ,keep on wrecking and he will in- sentiment now is very catholic and '
:
objectionable.
any way
I I Washington, D. C., Jan. 5.-It has May now be had for one dollar. A single

j- creasy his popularity at least in this tolerant and the world is all the better The Meteor. been decided by the n 'val authoritiesto set is often sufficient to cure the most .'1

j; section. for itGovernor EMPLOYEES SHARE PROFITS. torturing disfiguring, itching,burning, .rand
I equip the navy with the army emergency -
/ scaly humors, eczemas, rashesandirritations j
:. The first and second numbers of the rations and in the near future with loss of hair, from ia- I '
Broward and His .
A Richmond merchant Friends.In Cleveland
has been Railway Divides the Profits
St. Augustine Meteor have been received six thousand of .these rations will be fancy to age, when all other remedi i j

; fined $100 for hugging: a Virginia at this office. This is a new- of the Past Year.-!.Also Increases purchased for the u?e'ot landing par- and even the best physicians fail. :

: gIrl If she was'an average Virginia speaking of Governor Napoleon Cuticui floip,Ointment and Pitta s'r mid throoti ]
I papet recently established in the "An- Dividends on Stock. ties and in the exercise of 'abandon the world.Potter Drug*Cb"", .Corp., Burton.Sol 1',.".*.
girl, he got a bargain.-Tallahassee B.: Broward and his reflection upon I B5-Mailed free It Skin and Blood Puio ticaion.- .
cient City" by Hon. Lewis W. Zim. ship." .
: Capital the Integrity of the Florida editors -
I who is the senator from that county Special to the Ocala Banner: The navy has never had an emergency '1 f
the Tampa Herald makes the follow CHURCH UNION.
I and one of the most capable and conscientious Cleveland, 0.. Jan. 5.-The dividend, ration of its own but it is the |
The Ocala Banner carries no dead ing comments. I
I members in that body. He declared by the Cleveland Electric wish of President Roosevelt that more c
: advertisements nor dead weights of "The Herald !does not believe that This is most .
announces that the Meteor is an up- Railway company, amounting to J58- work shall be done by landing parties a interesting and sig- 11
: any description. It is a live paper there is a paper or a man in the state ;
builder and the upbuilder is everywhere 500 is payable today. The company extending over several days. nificant movement in Canada-tkat ]
_; from top to,bottom and Is growing who can point to a private ort' officialact J
to be honored. is-in a prosperous condition and not This, of course, requires some special proposed union of three great religious .,.
c more alive and lively every day. of GOnorward's which would indicate
The Meteor is also the portrayer of only the stockholders profit by that provision in the way of food and
that he has ever been untruthful denominations Presbyterian,
events as they occur, local, state and fact, but also the employes, who sharein it is realized by the navy officers that
.: While Governor Broward Is spend- and therefore no one can justly I Methodist and Congregationalunderth .1
national. This is to say that it will the .profits by receiving an increasein nothing better can be obtained than "
-.' ing the money of, the state on that acuse him.: title role-of the United Church Of
keep abreast of the times-keep upwith their wages. The increase for the the emergency rations which have '
great venture of draining the ever- The remarks of the Herald are respectfully Canada. .
the more than 2,000 motormen stood the test of
procession. and con- practical service in
glades in order to give 'Us more la?d, referred
to Messrs. John T. The central committee of the three
; We hope it's career will be long and ductors of the company amounts to I the field.Georgia .
: it might be a prety good idea to spend Lewis, of Moss Bluff and John D. I churches, say the press dispatches,
successful about 1 cent per hour. The increasein "- t
1' just a litle of the state funds to locate Robertson, of Ocala, who did more for have already agreed upon a doctrinal .
: I the wages of the employes was decided Loses Four College Presidents.Four .
good sellers on the many hundreds ; him in this county in the last J code that will make the three de- I
The rumblings of trouble and college presidents in .
I possible upon by the Board of Directors Georgiasacrificed
. of thousands of unclaimed. paign than any other two men. nominations
earn-I one and the
for
lands I dire disaster come from Mississippi recently after they had increased the their lives on the altar of ; plans :t
already available. Would It not
the union will
Mount Vardaman and Mount Mc- regular dividends: from 4 to 5 per cent. duty last year. It seems in these very shortly be. submitted 1
'
I: be a good idea to look at it in this Governor Broward Deals! in Flowersof I to all the
t Laurin are both in eruption and the The action of the company in raisingthe strenuous times that a man must sur- members of the three
: ?-Live Oak Democrat Rhetoric.
way I churches
sky in that direction is lurid with wages of their employes was entirely render his life to make his mark on I throughout the entire Do-

. A little Toneld the glare. In other word Governor voluntary. There had been no the age. What Georgia's college presi- minion of Canada, the final action
: girt came home from Governor Broward made himself solid -
resting
on the
result of
+ i Yttrdamdnnh Dalits t$ g* t the roqueete by the men for hif'herVa es dents all need is some one, to relieve this general
church the other day and was asked with the ladies of Florida and the I I
what' the minister's I: Senate, has been saying some bad and they were apparently satisfied them ot the clerical and detail work- .vptei It Iii} existed to"reteive:; lfo$ ,
: text was. "I divine sex generally by his fetching
I things about Senator A. J. McLaurenrecently with what Thomasville (Ga.) Enterprise approval of the church membership."The '_
:' know it alright, ," she asserted. -Well, lillle compliment to them in his speech I i they were paid. The Increase -

:- Ifher and the latter publicly denounces became effective with the first United Church of Canada" will
repeat questioner demanded."Don't at the opening of the Jacksonville ex I I
have
the Governor "a slanderer day of this month. a form of church government .
as vile
: be afraid and I will get you position. He not only condoned the I .
and despicable creature." In the 1 adapted from the systems of all three
"
: a bed quilt, was the astonisHing answer. fault of our dear common mother in
old in NATIONAL GUARD ASSOCIATION. of the churches combining to form it.
days Mississipp this sort of talk I
1
Investigation proved that the that celebrated transaction in fruit. by EveryTwo
A general conference after the Methodist -
generally meant at least one funeral, I
S central 'thought ,of .the had t
sermon m>t Vfferiinsr to it, but he exalted :Tier .
but Mississippi blood may have cooled Msny Prominent Military Men At.tending plan' and presided over by tile f
been Fear not ami I will send you a as t : since then and a penalty less vigorous Meeting at the National Ireside.nt.vill be the highest; body. ;
: comforter. -Kansas .City Journal. eloquent tribute: "I never look upon .I 1
I be demanded as the price of N xt.will be a council modelled after .
such a gathering that I.do not think I Capital. MinutesI If

: The Pennslivania Railroid company; how lonely Adam must have been before wounded honor. But Vardaman has a' I the Congregational council, and presided ,t

"ie to maintain I f over by a chairman, and the :
!' and
since its decision nit to issue we are curiousto t
t anymore Eve was created. Above him was Special to the Ocala Banner: Physicians tell us that all
see what he will do. "Old Anse" next body is the presbytery, presided ;
free in .
justification of its
passes the blue skies; about him was the Washington, D. C., Jan. 5.-The national the blood in
. ::: course, has issued a card containing iinp McLauren is dead game and will fightan I a healthy over by a moderator.The 1
warm sun bloomed
:\ ; everywhere
;' the f(,'ll )\\ing facts of scripture: the wonderfully' beautiful flowers but I adversary in any style he wants.-" capital has been invadc'by I human body passes through last few decades have been -. .

; : "Thou shalt not pa.-b."-Numbers xx, there was, none to enjoy it with him. I Live Oak Democrat representatives of the militia of the the heart once in every two j fruitful of plans for union among var- i

-: 18. imagine then how he must:: have felt various states. who have come here minute If this action be- I ious churches having almost the same "

I "Suffered! not a man to .pass.. :" when Eve his glorious helpmeet, was Prosperous Calhoun. to attend the annual convention of the \ comes irregular the whole I beliefs and same<< forms of worship. -,!
; ? But .
*
] : up to date not of them ;.!
Judges' Hi28, ], many
.: -.- given to him."-Live Oak Democrat. Int"rstate National Guard Association. suffers. Poor
body health
' "The \i1kedshalt no more pass.- The editor of the "Bee" was visitingat have been able to get together. We !
The session was opened this morningby
Xahum L 15. The Tatler. Blountstown and other points in follows poor blood ; Scott's believe that this Canadian nfvement
: the president of the Association '
"Though.thff roar, yet can they not Calhoun county last Tuesday. Cal- : Emulsion makes ,the blood j'is. the most important example ol i
Gen. Charles Dick, of Ohio. Many : i
i :pass.-Jer v, 2*. .. The above named paper which is houn county has certainly undergone: prominent National Guards officers are pure. One reason why I church union yet to be recorded. 1
a very material change for the better j Where it is
"He paid the fare and.went.-Jonah I possible, for different ;
printt'd at St. Augustine during the I in attendance, among them Gen. G. .
'- 1,3. I! during the past six years. Many :places | denominations to And a common ba-
tourist ;
season, has again made its Moulton, of Illinois, Col. P. D. Evans,
'
that were mere postoffices at that time SCOTT'SEMULSION sis of agreement, without of them ;
I any {
\ppearance. It is the first issue of the '
:Nebraska; Gen. John D. Frost, South : '
: I are thriving business centers today.- yielding up vital
Just Imagine It. fifteenth volume. It is printed any article of faithor
by Carolina; Gen. :N. H. Henry New t-
Bristol Bee. doctrine,
we believe such unions to
Mrs.' Anna M. Marcotte, formerly a I York; Gen. F. J. Stewart, Pennsylvania 1
That Texas democrat '* ho proudly resident of this county. be a good thing. All the churches
. ; Gen. William Stop ford Massachusetts -
r
A Word About
reports the $slon'of 31 living Bad Streets. have the essence; if they all ;
po.jK The were
Tatler is devoted to the social .
; Gen. C. R. Fostei Virginia; is such a great aid is becauseit
children all living at home, may not doings of the East Coast during the united in one body perhaps more definite 1
I Gen. L. Riggs, Maryland.Gen. Arms-
Kissimmee now has, probably the into
so
quickly results
' -' realize a Federal appointment as a gay inter season, and the balls, cotil- passes could be acomplished.
field. North Carolina and
worst streets of town in Florida. ; many
: any the blood. It is Atlanta News
reward from the President digested
for his devotion lions, golf tennis, automobile meets others. partly -

51 to the Presidential theories ot and all social functions are writtenup -Kissimmee Valley Gazette. Ocala before it enters the .,
also claims the worst After the president had read his an- '
streets I. D.
ofany Bosworth
"race suicide but 'he will enjoy the in most I stomach was relating remi-
a interesting It
: manner. town, but we will put Live Oak streets nual report and the other officers had j a double advan- niscences of
pleasure! of paying whole lot of bills Is handsumely illustrated: and is printed the battle of Drury'sLane !
against any "mud hole" in the "world. .submitted their reports for the :past: tage in this. Less work fought
for Christmas prel.i -nts. Imagine a.. on heavy book paper. The Tatler near Richmond"in May. ,1

-;. row of 31 Christmas< stockings adorning has come to be recognized as a part They are a. disgrace to any towl1.-1n- year a number of interesting paperson I I I for the stomach ; quicker Mi. at a meeting pf the old soldiers J

verness Chronicle. military subjects were.read by sev- in St. i
that I eral distinguished officers of the United :1
k jnornlng.-St Augustine,Re'ord. cation is an event the same as the I I To get the greatest amount He was Fpfcakingof a comrade falling ;.
Wants Marion County to Furnish the States army, who had had an opportunity
at
opening of the Ponce de Leon and the I' of with his side, his throat pierced by a -Ii
1 i j good the least :
!
; Candidate.Now : to observe the late pos- bullet J
Minds of Great Men Run in the Same when
'I a gentleman
Alcazar sitting
Hotels. near
.. Japane"e-j sible effort is
.
the
-- Russian war at close desire of him
Channel. < arose and pushing back his cortar
that Col Hillman declines the :papers were ome on in 'f
effielenI poor health.Scott's
Fine Thought. I everyone showing ,two deep scars,' said: "Does
with thanks--what's the mater with: cy of various arms, powders, elc., onimprovements I
1- Hon.. A. A'. Wiley. Congressmanfrom Michael Monohan, editor of the Papyrus j! Emulsion does just that look like it, comrad'e?" "My God," j
'Uncle
Bob Rogers" for a farmers'candidate. in the signal serviceand S
: Alabama has offered a bill in: Magazine, ha* been making some I I that. A change for the said Bosworth, "is that you, Scher-
Could.he run? Well on medical matters.
you
: congress to prevent the United Statesfrom notable translations of Guy De Mau- better takes merhorn?" And the two old comrades
just watch him. if he gets on the track.: The convention will last until January place even be- s
Issuing a license to any person passant, Mark these sentences from .clasped hands again after an absence'
fore
-Lake City Index. 22 it
w to sen .spirituous >lnou? or malt Hq the story, "Love:" you expect : of over 40 years, having parted In

I' '' uors_ in any community where the sale "Pie rot and Plongeon breathless !! Some one said recently to the Edi Reichstag Reconvenes. We'will send you a )I Virginia to again meet under southern

: thereof;: Is prohibited by-State or local and joyous brought us the bleeding tor 'of the Banner "How -"I sample free skies in Florida.St. Petersburg
ek; : do you get !
laws: birds whose sometimes ; Be sure that this Times.
eyes regardedus I all the news and information?*' Well] Special to the Ocala Banner: I' picture in the form of
This measure is a"ery splendid in "dying. I -
at this
fancy frozen: we grub for it; that is to say, we have Berlin Janua'ry 9.-The German Rei- -.z a label is.on the : -
_ :. supplement: for In many instances hour of dawn. that this .fugitlve of wrap A Pretty Little Flower for the Banner.
cry friends who take per bottle of
pleasure in giving us stag reconvenes today after the customary every
: where,,people, were v'io1a.tin&.1oca1'1aws carried by the wings of bird ; Emulsion buy. -
.. a Is a all kinds of information fresh from Many Important jou
____ holiday recess.
The
they protected themselves Unit Ocala Banner
from sigh from the soul of the world!" having Installeda
the SCOTT ,
griddle.-Jasper & BOWKEChem&tf
___ : Banner. mailers will
at :ed.;.gtatea 'prosecution by' holding 11-i: come up during Merge thaler '
This is type-setting
even better.than machine
Kiplings famous .
_
__ We want the friends of the Ocala the week them .
among an interpellation I
_. -;;' ;, .' :censeyj< "v7e-tiiopeMrj,')!1Ie; 's. bill.'wil! line in. the ballad of "Tomlin- Banner: to do as --much for it. Jurt in regard to the negotiations with .' 409 Pearl St., N.Y. is now brighter' and better than ever, ,
-: l't .
> enacted' fiita .iu which Is
*
_ be 11&w"Runts\111e saying
son"-"Tbe a
wind that blows betweenthe the 50 cents si J ,..00 good deal forprevrlonsly.
< :;.."if.: :> press news button and we will do France and other powers concerning I''\: "
: ":' J; c tAtitnu1: ,, worlds."-Frank L. Stanton.. Alidrqgists there was no better newspaper '
the
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I IN GETTING JURORS -
E_ DIFFICULTY PREPARATIONS FOR RECEPTION. THE GREEN'AND GAYNOR CASE. GEORGIA FIELD TRIALS. j I

. DAVID B. WOOQROW #'
k Prosecution as Evidence Furnished '
Presentation Will be Made ,on Board After Long Struggle Alleged Conspirators Sportsmen Enjoying Trials at Way- f
p by Them Before Garfield Investigatkn by Mayor Rhett
and Committee Will be Tried in United nesboro-Finest Dogs in the World '
Led to Indictments.; -Charleston to to Pacific REAL ESTATE- t.
go States Court in Savannah. I Will Participate.
:
Ocean. Room 12 Postoffice Block Ocala Fla.
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Chicago, January 9.-The trial -
Special to the
Ocala Banner
: Special to the Ocala Banner:
J against thg beef packers? Indicted for Special to the Ocala Banner: Savannah. Ga.. January 9.-The ZEdUTT PROPERTY' ON PUBLIC SQUARE.
Waynesboro, Ga., January 9.Hunters -
Charleston S.
C., Jan.
9.-Thous-
conspiracy to violate the anti-trust trial of Benjamin D. Green and Col.
ands of visitors from all parts of the and dog lovers from all parts of The two story brick house on this property must be removed and it
taws, opened today in the United John F. Gaynor, on the charges of con-
state have arrived here, awaiting the the country are among the many hun- will be sold cheap as it stands. The corner lot with 35 feet frontage OK
States district! court. There are In all spiracy to defraud the United States the public square Is still unsold.
dreds of interested who
arrival spectators are
of
the
cruiser; Charleston, whichis Government and presenting of false
twenty-one persons and'corporations
\i under Indictment and the due at this port today and will probably accounts, in connection with the Sav- assembled here to attend the fourth annual ZEBim PROPERTY ON M GNLUST.( and NORTH FIRST ST

: hearing is remain here until' Friday. The annah harbor improvement, was begun meeting of the Georgia Field .

held to decide the ten special ,pleas,for cruiser was named after this city and before the United States: court today. Trial Association. Eleven letters and 6 The North west corner lot 29 feet facing Magnolia street and 84 feet .

r immunity, raised by the defendants.The the citizens are no little proud of the Abraham H. Ross, of New York. pointers have been entered for the on North First street, facing the Government Public Building site is still

:verdict of the Jury will only de- fine,ship which bears the name of their acted as the principal attorney for trial and among them are some of the unsold also the lot immediately south of it 2S feet by 84 feet.

l + vide whether the packers are to be city. To show their pride in the ship the defense. He will be assisted at the finest and best trained dogs in the

tried later qn the main charges in and their appreciation of the honor trial by Col. Meldrum and other United States. There are prabably OCKLflWAHA\ AVENUE ,.,

the case or go free altogether, because conferred upon Charleston by namingone prominent lawyers. no finer bird dogs in the world than
under the laws they are entitled to imMunity of the finest cruisers of the American I The two defendants were brought. some of those entered for today's trial The lot known as the Philbrick lot on the south side of this a\-enu.' '.
" between the residence of Mrs Austin and Mr.. T. B. Snyder- is for sa1e.. '
from prosecution if, as they as- navy after it, the citizens have back from Canada on a request of the Much pains and patience has been .
This is a large lot having 140 feet frontage and being 244 feet deep and ill'
Bert they furnished evidence
against raised a fund andhave had a'magnificent United States Government for their spent in training the dogs during the
well above the level of
the street
themselves during the Investigation, solid silver punch boUvith plat- extradition and that fact will prob- I past year and fine sport may be ex ;. _

; and which evidence, it is declared! by ter and ladle of the same material ably be used by the defense to confine pected.: The conditions are almost ",WOODM ij," L0KE\ WEIR '- S

the defendants, was used against made, which will be presented to the t' trial to two counts of the indictment ideal. The reservation, on which the -

them to bring the' indictment. ship. on this weapon. which are included in the termsof trials are held include about 12,000 I have a small furnished cottage for rent at this beautiful resort..

The selection. of the .jury consumed The most elaborate preparationshave the extradition treaty between the acres, is located near this town and Terms on application.

considerable time. In all there were been made for the reception-and United States and Canada. has the important advantage that

:200 veniremen summoned. Eleven of entertainment of the officers and men There are in all four charges there is always a sufficient amount of SUGflR HAMMOCK PLANTATION Of 500 ACRES AT MARTIN. '

the eighty-two were preemptorily challenged of the Charleston. For this evening a against tile defendants, first, conspiracy game to be found there. During the :
by the government and eight reception for the officers of the Char- to defraud the United States Gov- last four years the fame of the Way- is for rent for this year. This: property Is suitable for pasture or will '

,by the packers. The Jury consists of: leston has been arranged, to which the ernment; second, presenting false accounts netboro grounds have spread all subdivide to suit tenants. "

. Joseph C. Walker: carpenter and farmer. officers of the Texas, Arkansas, Nevada ; third, embazzlement, and through the country and even across .

Mandata; George Rupright carpenter and Florida and of the torpedo fourth, receiving money that belonged the ocean and among the spectators

Mt. Carroll; P. K. Cross, real boats, now in the harbor will also be to the government knowing it to attending the trial are several Eng- 11- ,

estate dealer, Morri- ; Geo. W. Monday, invited. have been embezzled.It lish sportsmen, Capt. F. L. Stone, of .
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real estate dealer, Earlville; R. B. The beautiful presentation services is maintained by the defense that Atlanta is the president of the field

Graham' retired farmer, Sycamore; J. will take place tomorrow. The bowl the crime of conspiracy not being Included trial association, Mr. T. T. Ashford, Mules! Mules! s

W. Miller, stock raiser. Savannah; M. and accessories, enclosed In a massive in the extradition treaty, the of Birmingham, _England, a distin- .

J. Helm, proprietor of a furniture stor- case, will be taken on board.the Char- government has no right to try the guished field trial manager, will act

age house Chicago; W II. Loomis, leston by a steam launch, which will prisoners on the charge. as judge at today's trials. 5

real estate dealer Sycamore; R. C. also carry Mayor Ithett and the mem- The trial will probobly last several '
Mr. W. A. Griffith of Valdosta
&nith, printer, Rockford; Guarld G. bers of the presentation committee. days. BRANN ON MAN. .

Paarce, farmer, Torkville; Henry Win- Mayor Rhett will deliver the presen- 0 ,.

ser, farmer Waupannee; John S. Lee, tation address. It is expected that Riverside Orange Crop Saved From The place to take the measure of a Ga. has for sale or trade at Mr. J RMartin's

dairy farmer Elgin. The case will be Secretary of the Navy Bonaparte will Freezing. man is not in the forum or the field, ..

tried before Judge J. Otis Humphrey. be present at the ceremony. He has not on the market place or. the amen
been especially invited for the occasion After two days trial to have a "kill- I ,
corner, but his own fireside. There he stables a shipment of the
Townsend-Zimmerman.. ,,but was not able to make a definite ing frost" and each time being defeated lays aside his mask, and you may r .

promise, owing to the pressure of by the warm north wind, the judge whether he is imp or angel kingor .

Mr. Elias Philip Townsend, of Martin business during the early days; of the weather bureau succeeeded in beating cur, hero or humbug. I care not largest mules the markets offer.

and Miss Katherine Leonara sesssion of congress after the holiday one here on Sunday morning. After what the world says-whether it .

Zimmerman, were married Sunday re<....ss. Tomorrow evening the officersof sunset on Saturday the mercury crowns him with bays or pelts him I
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morning at half past eight 'o'clock at the Charleston and, also Secretary commenced to drop rapidly and at 10 with bad eggs; I care not a copper You should see them

the home of .the bride's, parents, Mr. Bonaparte, should he come, will be p. m. it stood at 30 degrees, or two be- what his reputation may be; if his

and Mrs E. M. Zimmerman at Floral the guests of the city at a banquet low what is called the freezing point" IN ;I f"9"Y ,' < III y
: babies dread his homecoming and his J'i nx i TTtv -"j-T """ """""- ''''''''
City.Mr. given in their'honor. For the following Before midnight it had gone down tn betterhalf swallows her heart every

Townsend is one of Martin's day a big hunt afield has been arranged 29 degres and was slowly sinking, withno time she asks for a five dollar bill, he'sa >- ------ -- '
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most prominent and progressive citi- for the officers of the Charleston signs of the redeeming north wind fraud of the first water. Ge OO.e5eO.8ea.e10..88

zens and the fair bride is avery and the other war ships in the hare this time to head it oft: The city at When the children rush to the front -

charming young woman. The this time was surrounded 'by a "wallof to meet him and love's own sun- : ,
bor.The gate We keep a full stok of :
young couple have a great many punch bowl, which will be do- fire," and the heavy bank of smoke shine illuminates the face of his wifeit :
LOOK FOR
friends, .who will wish them every nated to the Charleston, is of a large lighted by the flames of the fires, for granted that he is pure gold id Joe,
happiness in their married life. size and exquisite workmanship. It showed that the orange growers were
when she hears his footfall, you take THE SEAL '
I Old Hare,st .
The wedding! was a very pretty was made in New York and is orna- alive to the dangers and preparingto for his home is a heaven, and the 1

and simple home one and was attended mented with relief scenes of Fort sum- defeat the Frost King in his efforts humbug never gets that near to the vy Old McBrayer I :

by quite a number of the ter Fort Moultrie,the Battery and St to destroy the citrus crop of the valley. white throne of God. He may be a ,

friends of the contracting parties Michael's church, and also the seals 'of The flame lit clouds of smoke gave a rank atheist and a red flag anarchist, I Mark Rogers : 4 4r

wy and Mrs. Townsend. will be at the navy and the city of Charlestonand wierd appearance to the sky but they a Mormon and a mugwump, he may j : c
home/ to their friends at Martin. various emblematic designs. fulfilled their mission and the loss by .
I I buy votes in blocks of five and bet on u"5 Old Charter .
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?" After her visit to Charleston Com.I the freeze was reduced to a minimum, l the election, and may deal them from I .ftll

t I ;'Commodore'.. Vanderbilt Retires. I mander Winslow will take his ship.I I although the mercury dropped to 25 II the bottom of the pack and drink beer ... ,..", j.;, "IU'd'''/''&liliulh'A': '- ,- Mt. Vernon, .. ,', :i

a ;" --- out for her final trial and .will then I degrees by government thermometers, i until he can't tell a silver dollar froma t1'I" f +r.f(r;; ioi"; :.r. "," ., ""'=......' ,1, ::'?...::.. :.
New: York Jan. 0.-The annual start for the Pacific coast. The Charleston and in some localities went even circular saw, and still be infinitelya 0' !

meeting of the Seawanhaka Corinthian is a protected cruiser 'Of 10,- I lower. The battle was a sharp one better man than the cowardly little :' '- ; Cascade and

.'Yacht' Club, which will. be held .: tons and the first Qf Its class. .'. I i for the thermometer for eight hours hypocrite who is all suavity in society, : : i' I' I j'littt1.' .

this afternoon at the residence of Rear- "- stood below the freezing point, and yet makes his home a hell-who vents 'I 1 'Other High .

Commodore.Frank S. Hastings, will The Tampa Times has found good while there was a trifle of frosted upon the helpless heads of his wife q_. .'.''l 8 j 4 .

be of special Interest, owing to the reasons in the air to put down Goy:'. fruit, the damage was so slight as to I and children the ill-nature that he I :7 '' I
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fact. that Commodore W. K. Vanderbilt ernor Broward as a candidate for the" make but little difference in the coming i would like to inflict upon his fellowmen r.- ..
: ,'Jr., the present Commodore of the U, S. Senate at the next primary. It. .,'I orange and lemon output for the I but he dares not. I can forgive --- e

Club' has dM-ided' to retire and will has come to be unwritten law all over j seas Riverside Enterprise,,, Dec. 26. I much in that fellow mortal who had An Unexpected Visitor '' Of' -

not'accept another term. It is understood the South that the best if not the oniy. .i.j t I rather make men swear than women LLI414 '4Q '
.. l ) May be an old friend or a .8
that K. C. llenedict. .., owner of the road to-.the. Senate' is through the Gov:; Leeds Singers; go to Paris. weep; who would rather have the hate
'I business
J'i." -:' ( I new acquaintance. iQ "
learner. Oneida whQ has been. neminatett ernor s ?ffi'e.' It sometimes happens'to j I of the world than the contempt of his
-. "- } : $ "" Be ready for him with acase
by the trustees;of:the Club,:.WmbeUhe -,' be' the wrong'' road, but-.,'..tF'-it still. remains "?V"- Special to the Ocala Banner j j j wife; who would rather cajl anger to of assorted wh' kies. r f .

j I'' .;Ynahtawui....., ;choice l forf Commodore -. a"*popular.route: Thejiext'Sen-: ;'I Lead, Jan. 9.-The famous Leeds () the eyes 'of a king than fear to the A VI rye burbon, Scotch, Irish; '
i; / If' 11 r. Benedict9s'lected:;: a'sf a'toriai, struggle In Florida is going to Chi>I'us. of 23; 'vocalists, and considered j I face of. a child. Brann's Iconoclast. 9 \ CD
: brandies, wines etc We -g t' j,
there is no doubt he will, It- will be"the be 'l almighty interesting one and will I one, of the finest bodies of singers I t
} will a dozen or $ i
put you up I.
a .':Second. :time" that' he becomes Coru-, show sor v} strong @ntrit' ."- The presence 1 in the world, started today for Paris, ;I Railway, Freight and Baggage Men j
'arc -
bottles to meet
fto 9 more quart l> "
' sing at the London Orchestra concerts 4you'll
: raodore of the club. He was Commo- of Governor Bnward among I Meet. r

n. dore in 1S93 and.V}ce-CTQmnvHlore. in' them, ,is likely. to hake it a very strenuous' to be given in that city} duringthe I I Lancaster, Penn., Jan. 9.-The biennial I just such not emergencies"go broke"and ,' .= 5 (it 1 1l

: 1893-4. '_-:! ."* ;M\ "* affair.-Live. ', Oak'. 1 Democrat. I present season. The committee in i convention of the Grand Division either for the r ,1 0
X paying good
charge of the enterprise will pay rail- I of the Brotherhod of Railroad, ,_. / a .1
J. I goods we supply.OC(1LA. : .
r Celebrating Battle, New. Orleans.. .' Rev. and Mrs. P Hilburn and way and turbans steamer expenses Freight and Baggagemen of America \ :
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H .' ... ,.
-' Master Oscar Hilburn will leave in a from Leeds to Paris and return and j opened here this more ng at the grand \ I c ..+wetS ,

pt''hl to theOcala Banner: next week for Live Oak where they all hotel expenses in Paris for all the j division headquarters with a large attendance eQ

Baltimore, Sid, Jan. 8.-TJie Mary-I i will reside for the coming year. Mr. singers and the reserves. The latterare of delegates from all partsof r 0

land Society of the War of 1812 will Hilburn is the presiding elder for the necessary, owing to the strict rules the country. President Robert P. -

celebrate the anniversary of, the Bat- Jacksonville district and the district and high standards of the chorus Any Neil opened the convention and delivered : ( HOUSE WINE ROOMSLANDS. 8 ,

tie of New; Orleans 'by. a: banquet this parsonage is located at Live Oak. The singer who misses a rehearsal, be- his annual address. Many important -

evening. Mr. Wm. M. Marine will Hilburns have rented their attractive comes disqualified and the vacancy is I matters will come up for i'f.e.. .oo.. ..t.eSGee006uD ..O .

t be the principal speaker of the occa- little Orange avenue cottage to Dr. at> once filled from a list of eligible reserves I for consideration during the three lays -

lion.f and :Mrs. W. IL Powers, who will move who invariably attend the re- I of the convention.
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into it in a couple of weeks. t hearsals in the hope of being included
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f; Editor Graves ,of the Atlanta News, I in the regular chorus. Has Leased. Hotel.

{ has stalled a presidential hpom for Mr. and Mrs. George R. McKean ,. r If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent, ,

Joe Bailey, of Texas. Why should he have moved into the little cottage on :\IayorlcCleUan promises to give Mr. Hampton S.. Chambers, Sr. of or if you' want. to buy lands for farming/grazing, '
abandon Hearst? their Fort King avenue lot. They expect New York a clean and honest .admin- I this city, has leased the Carolina Hotel lumber
turpentining or purposes,
in a couple of months to begin istration. If he does and we believe ) at Micanopy and will assume ,. b'
Write to '
The Gainesville Sun wittily remarks the erection of their new home and that he will the democratic party will | charge of it on February first ;
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that Ocala's carnival "has seventeen until it is finished they will live in the say to him: "Good and faithful servant | Mr. Chamber's friends hope that he BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO. .- .

queens who are receiving the votes of I cottage. They will take their mealsat :, go up higher!" :McClellan is a j will be viy satie!-!'ful in his new un- "

the next lower ones in the deck." Mrs. W. J. Phillips. clean, good, honest and strong: man. I i dertaking. i OCALA, FLORIDA. :


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IMPORTANT TO MILITARY MEN. tar}" matters not reserved to other mander is faithfully pursued; that Instruction STRONG FEELING AGAINST HIM. condemnation of the land needed for .I mated that the entire cost of w.-.re*he etgineering ;- ?
be no than
would
authority particularly the inspection is carefully intelligently and I the project and It is believed that work '
would make it the
Adjutant General Foster Issues Orders vt troops to see ,that they are at all correctly given by company officers, .. work will be begun early in the U OOOO which :

:- to State Troops > times properly. supplied equipped instructed and that no portion of toe work is \United States District Attorney Will I spring. cheapest ship canal on record. With ::

..g ,.. -" disciplined and prepared for omitted. Where organizations appearto The canal yould extend from Jersey the state of New Jersey and private ;yI
Make Determined Effort to Convict in it.it
interested -Y
I State of Florida, Adjutant General's active duty; conforming to regulationsand be deficient in any class of drill 'II City to Boyonna. It would be about 1 I I capital both is

Office Tallahassee Jan. 2, 1906.-Gen- orders from the office of the ad and it is apparent that such drill has Captain Van Schaick-other indictments one m'le'long. two hundred feet wide thought that there will be little diffi ,

eral Orders Xo. J.-I. The work of jutant-general of the state. He is pri- not been thoroughly understood and Pending. i and deep enough for the largest freight I culty in acquiring the necessary land

the Florida State Troops at the recent marily charged with the discipline and mastered in the time allotted under the ships. Its terminals will probably be 'as nearly all the rights of way Involved :,

encampment at Orlando and Lake instruction of the troops of his com- prescribed course it will be the dutyof I: used for dock purposes and it Is estl- I have long since elapsed.

f City and the conditions in the several mand, and should assure himself by the post commander to order such Special to the Ocala Banner. I

organizations as developed by the lat- personal investigation and observationthat extra drills and cause such extra instructions New York. January 10.-The trial 't > ._ '_ ,-:: ,
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est' Inspections, seem to indicate the all officers and men under him to be givon as will enable of Capt. William Van Schaik, former r------ -- -- -- I

absence of any definite and progressive are efficient in the performance of the organization to satisfactorily pro- commander of the excursion steamerGeneral

program for drill and exercises duty and the troops art thoroughly ceed with the co rH'. They will personally OUR BUYER IS
instructed in their field duties and Slocum, the ill fated boat, ti
throughout the year. Exclusive of encampments supervise the drill and practical -

the time which may be tactical exercises. instruction at their posts. Past; which burned in the East River 01

i devoted to practice in militia organi- From time.to time he should reKJrtfor commanders are also especially rec fired June 13, 1904, while it had a larg

zations Is limited to about or perhaps the information of the commander- to see that target practice is conducted Sunday School excursion on board, f IMNEWY0Kr.
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under 100 hours per year divfd- in-chief the names of any and all offs and reports thereof made in which one thousand mostly womea :

ed into fifty two weekly drills. ,Considering cers of his command who are believed accordance with the authorized firing and children, lost their lives, begun ;

all that must be learned be- to be permanently incapable, fromany regulations and orders from the officeof today before Judge Thomas in the --- 'j
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fore a uniformed individual becomes cause of performing the duties of the Adjutant-General of the state Feden.1 circuit court. -

Justly entitled to the designation of their several grades. The brigade and, under the direction of higher 'Capt Van Schaifc is charged with -He Has just sent us a few Ladies' -

"soldier" and before an organizationcan commander should annually, announcein authority will supervise the theoretical negligence in the performance of

attain that degree of efficiency orders the period of the year to instruction of the officers of their his duties as commander of the Slocumand which
and Skirts were
which will afford proper protection to be devoted to practical instruction ill command requiring them to pursue it is understood that Gen. Henry Jackets ,

Its'members-not to speak of the community drill and other military exercises pre the course of study ,prescribed for L. Burnett, the United States district
To sell these
' -it must surely be seen that scribing their character and the timeto "The Service School of Florida StateTro.ps' attorney, who represents the state or bought very cheap.

unless this limited amount of time be devoted thereto. He should also rather the United States Government, .

available for military duty be so divided designate the period in each :year for Orders for Course of Drill. will make a. determined effort to obtain goods quick we will give good: i inducements '

and apportioned as to providefor theoretical' instruction to be conducted III. As soon after the receipt of this a conviction.The .

a. course oi instruction that will in accordance with orders from the order as practicable. the brigade commander case is still fresh in the m-:' ro.'y, Everything in our

be progressive through the various office of the adjutant-general of the will announce in orders a of the people although a year and a ;

branches of military work the organS state. course of drill and practical instruction half has elapsed since the terrible dis-

izations can never hope to realize the Regimental commanders should continually to be followed by the troops of aster. In thousands of homes the loss; store pertaining to winter wear is I ,

purposes for which they have been es- labor for the instruction and his comment during the first quarterof of a dear relative or friend who lust<<: make "
sacrificed in order to
'. tablistied. efficiency of their regiments. They the current year; prescribing its their lives in the Slocum disaster is being

As it takes something more than a should encourage among their officers character and the time to be devoted deeply mourned and the strong fed-

commission, a uniform and a sword harmonious relations and a friendly thereto. This coarse should be based ing against .Copt. Von Schaik, who is, room for the Spring and Summer

to make an officer so it takes some spirit of emulation in the performanceof upon a carefully prepared program-of to a great extent held responsible for

thing,more than the voluntary assembly duty. Their timely interference to the work, which from his knowledgeof the terrible loss of lives, has not decreed U Goods which will begin to arrive

t of a dozen or more members each prevent disputes, their advice to the conditions in the troops, may be much since then. :

,, week, a roll call and a few movements inexperienced, an.1 immediate censureof undertaken and accomplished within} Public opinion demands that severe shortly.

f. in the "manual of arms", and any conduct liable to produce dis the year. It is suggested that the first punishment be meted out to- those who

a 4'l:chool of the solder," repeated week sension in the regiment or to reflect course should commence with such were responsible for the edisaster and:: I
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\ after week without variation to per- i discredit upon it are of great Importance elementary practice as will insure the up to the present time comparatively t

fect military company." But the results in securing and maintaining its perfect understanding and apprecia little has been dane to satisfy this; demand IfHE

show that this course has been efficienc).. In'such efforts they should tion of what is required to be learnedin BOSTON STORE.

: receive the loyal support of their sub- the "school of the soldier," and of Steamboat Inspector LunJberg. to

ordinates. They should supervise the the squad to qualify members of all whose lax methods it was due that

which must be corrected if the State's instruction of the officers of their im .I organizations for the more advanced rotten and worthless life preservers !::_ ,-, ''_'_--_- _,:' : '_:. ._ '_ _'- : '; :: =-'-= -:

military force is to be brought to a mediate commands and should inspect drill and exercise swhich must follow were allowed on the General Slocum i -- -

proper standard of efficiency and ren the companies located at their own I Perfect physical condition, proper which, instead of saving lives caused I',1- -- --

dered effective in the degree contemplated home stations at least once a month "set-up" and military bearing, "snap"in the death of many people on that ill- j

by congress and the state leg- and all other companies of their otv in the execution of commands nests fated steamer, who depended upon

islature when enacting laws designedto regiments as often as opportunity i ness and precision in dress, knowledgeof these life preservers for their safety I

make the organized militia "the afforded. military courtesy and of the obligations has been tried three times on the Growing

second line of defense," a co-ordinate They should at all times, by personal of discipline are lesons which charge of criminel negligence in issuing < 4

branch of the army of the United observation and thorough correspondence bust be fully learned by the individual a certificate to the General Slo- I j I

Sta.tess well as a strong and adequate keep in close touch with soldier before he can be successfully cum, but in each case the jury disa-i
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force for state purposes in securing the units of their commands satisfying advanced to work in the squad and gred.

-- the enforcement of law' and order themselves that the progressive I company. Indictments in connection with the J i Growing girls need care, advice and medicine,

-' course of theoretical and practical instruction The program of drill and instructions disaster are still pending against
II especially on reaching the age of pubert/ Amothers
Lack of Study Shown. which has been prescribed for the year should embrace at Frank H. Barnab}, president of the

As has already been pointed out by for them is being faithfully pursued by least four practice marches, of not less Knickerbocker Steamboat Companyand tender care and words of caution will

inspecting officers, much valuable time all organizations. They should maintain than five miles for the troops at each the directors of that concern. often accomplish wonders. As for medicine, a

was occupied during the recent encampments a uniform standard of efficiency post and at, least four company rendezvous :
in elementary work with throughout their regiments aiding for target practice. BIG SHIP CANAL gentle, safe and reliable strengthening tonic is

which it might reasonably be expected with advice and counsel such organizations By command of the Governor: Wine of Cardui, -
FOR NEW YORK CITY.
that all officers and enlisted men as fall below it through causes J. CLIFFORD R. FOSTER It will prevent and relieve
pain regulate the
,
would have been thoroughly familiar which are susceptible of remedial action AJjutantGeneral.IajorGenerdl., F.
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and promptly all S. T. functions, clear the complexion and strengthenthe
ting
before leaving their home stations. repo othI I Will Acid Over Seven Miles of Water II

This was not only the case last year, ers to higher authority In other I constitution.It .

but the year before and. in fact every words it is expected and required that The Florida Editors Are All Right. Front-Big Advantage to Commercial
is valuable
a medicine
for
growing It
girls.
regimental commanders shall maintain Interests.
year so far, and can only be attributed I
and exercise command and control of Touching the denial by the Live has tided thousands over a critical period and
to lack of preliminary and progres ,
their regiments throughout the entire Oak Democrat of Governor Brow aid's Special to the Ocala Banner. saved them from of It
sive study and drill at the home stay ear and not simply during the period years suffering. can never _,_
rt tions. charges of venality against a few Florida New York Jan. Preliminary do harm and is sure to do
when they good. ,
are assembled for field Intruction. ,"
( editors, atention is called to the measures have been taken for the cut ,..
If it is desired to fix the responsibility s A relief
They should also for
or all
satisfy cure female
fact that the editor of the Zolfo Advertiser ting of a ship canal through the pen disorders in girls
for these conditions it must' be themselves
.. by personal investigationthat claims to have positive evidence insula of New Jersey lying between and women.
placed upon the commanding officers regimental
staff
officers are properly the Hackensack and the Hudson riv-
of the truthfulness of the
who are charged with the duty of performing their duty and gover I At every druggist's in 1.00 bottles.
particularly it.
nor's allegations. We suppose that ers, which when completed, will add > Try
,
prescribing and supervising the drill al
.. Ipublic property is being the Advertiser has in mind the fact nearly seven miles and one half to the
and instruction of their commands. safely protected,
properly used and
harbor of New from
frontage York
that an
one editor offered for a pecunIary
There are in the state service a great accounted for.
consideration to support lion. J. almost direct water connection between WINE
many capable an dexperienced officers Post Commander's
j Responsibility.The I\. C. Stockton in the senatorial race I this city and Newark relieve
.but unfortunately some of these seemingly
commander CARDUI
of Is
a post
responsible while another editor who was already existing congestion; which has com, _
content with the service they for its
safety and
defense and
supporting a rival candidate claimed I pelled several steamship lines to seek OF
have previously rendered and willing for the
discipline drill and instruc-
and received financial help for his facilities elsewhere and prove of immense 1
to hold high rank though not Jo per- tion of the troops at such post He services. advantage to commercial interests 1

form the duties or accept the responsibilities is responsible for the preservationand :,
In the later cast, pay was not demanded E. C. Smith. .
which it involves have late C. V. Roberts _
proper application of public property in advance a's in the former. Representative W. H, Wiley of Orange
ly shown a disposition to hang on and for the strict enforcement of SMITH
Now, if we accept these two as instances X. J, has introduced a concur- & ROBERTS.Funeral
drift-rather than to take .
a hand at laws and regulations of his commandat
of the correctness of the rent resolution in congress providingfor
goner
the oars. A more active policy upon least once a month preferably on nor's charges, there remain about a a survey of a ship canal from New f Directors and -
the'part of Licensed
these
officers might posse the last Embalmers
regular drill
night and should
hundred and fifty more editors in ark to New York, and he has the sup- )
bly have saved the service the criticisms satisfy himself by frequent personal LATEST METHODS. BEST GO (,
DS.
but ,
Florida who are innocent. This pro port not only of his constituents WORK GUARANTEED. _
recently bestowed by the.united examination that all persons responsible *- Telegraph orders receive prompt attention
,
portion of venal to corruptible men also of the great railroad and shipping and embalming done anywher
States inspectors who said: "The for short '
I public property are faithfullyand on notice.
interests which would be directly
I- certainly speaks well for the high
trouble Is "
too
many inefficient officers. properly caring for and accounting character of the profession for affected. Preparations are also un
A Good Suggestion. for the same, making such 1 e\en ij AU
reportof FURNIT
The commander-In-chief feels thatit these inspections and examinationsas the ministerial profession can hardly der way to have the New Jersey leg-I RE OMPANY

will be make a better showing.-Punta Gor- islature authorize the purchase
not inappropriate just now, the brigade or regimental commander -

,:when plans for the ensuing year must may direct da Herald. .

be made to to all -- -
say om'ce/s irrespective As
measures of
discipline post Holidays for the Present Year. .N\ftfl&WV\?* \IW
of grade who Jo
not feel able manders are charged with the ( com-I \AN\AAf\AN
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to give time and attention to the service establishing >
summary courts > In 1906 will
r no holidays occur on
It commensurate with the Importance inforcing the attendance '
at all stated
Sunday. New Year's day was on /
and dignity of the positions to and special drills of such members ofaU Monday, Washington's birthday will CAPITAL. S

which they have been ,.
mar appointed, organizations "
as are not
regularly .
oe on Thursday. Memorial day on ,. .
that they owe it to themselves and to I excused. vtl
Wednesday, Independence day on
the state to give place to those' who The law requires that at least two Wednesday and Labor day on Mon .

though perhaps less experienced: possess drills shall be held each month andit f
day. Other special days are 'aleno $50,000.00President
the inclination and enthusiasm is the duty of 1
post commanders to tine's day on Wednesday:Hallowe'enon
; an dtherefore may be relied upon tdevelope see that this requirement Is
complied Wednesday, Thanksgiving, Nov. 29,
the abilit-neeessar to perform with. The
attendance should never be
n.. such duties as may be expected allowed to fall below two-thirds the and Christmas on Tuesday. There T. T. 3'"ROO. .
and will be only one eclipse, that of the
required of them. actual enlisted
strength of an organization moon, visible in this 't
Rut' the locality duringthe Vice-President, Z. C. CHAMBLISS
object of this order is not
and furloughs in of
excess one- }'ear. This will be at midnight on Cashier, GEO. II. FORD. :-
so much to fix
responsibility for what third the strength should
not be
February S and will be a total eclipse. '.
has passed as to outline prescribe and granted. When it is found that men Asst. Cashier, J. B. BROOKS.

insist upon a plan of action for the are being carried upon the rolls who Mr. E. C. McLeod has just returned ;:. :

future which will insure better results. have .
been
long absent from the post from
a trip to South Carolina, where :
,and the commander- .
in-chief takes
occasion without
leave or who have ,permanently the members of his family held a reunion -
In this, his first: order of the
removed without
applying for during the Christmas holidays.
new year, to express his appreciation discharges it is the dutw of
post commanders One brother and sister were from
of the faithful service which has been .
to see that proper action is Texas and others were from various I
performed by the troops as a whole.in taken looking to their immediate' discharge DIRECTORS.
states. Mr. McLeod has not seen
I t the past and he hopes that ,
they It 'f
or, they are in desertion I to some of the family in twenty years
will so apply themselves to their mil I- obtain
authority for 'them.When .
dropping and there had to be a general intro-
atry duties during 1906 that the close i
the return to a post of men who duction. It is needless to say that J. 1;. CHRISTIAN
of the year may show great progress hove previously been dropped as deserters the time was spent most happily. .,:.<.:. R. s. HALL
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and
improvement
; Is reported to a post commander ,' -,,<': '- GEO. MACKAY T. T.
MUXROE
5r .If. The 1 brigadier-general commandIng it devolves upon him to cause Lost-Pointer dog named Jane. I Wr ,
,
; the Florida State Troops should their } "\ R. L. ANDERSON.
i arrest and triaL Liver colored with tipped legs and t %Z..C. CAHMBUSS
originate direct and approve military In the '/
matter of drill it is thedutyor flanks. Four years old. Liberal reward J HERBERT A.
operations within his brigade. He has FOPD.
post commanders to see that the If delivered at the stable of .J,
supervision over all essentially, mu II- course prescribed by the brigade
w com .R. :Martin & Co. d-w-tf
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I BUILDING COVERS LARGE AREA. I PHILIPPINE TARIFF BILL UP BIBLE SCHOOL IN ATLANTA. A VISION OF BEAUTY. -- r .

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: Formally Opened Last Evening-The I Bill Provides for Free Trad, With the Special to the Ocala Banner: Dr. Garnett's Orange Grove Loaded .

City Crowded With Visitors Attracted Philippine Islands After July 1, With Fruit. SPECIAL NOTICE.
. Atlanta, Ga., January 4.-The Tab-
by Big Txposition. 1909-President's Reception. Jj
ernacle :Midwinter Bible school for the
Old residents do not need to be told

Special to the Ocala Banner: Special to the Ocala Banner: training of missionaries and Sunday ii
that one of the most beautiful sights
J.s' Jacksonville. Fla.. .Jan..(. The open- Washington D. C. Jan. 4.-Th* Customary school workers will open this evening '
I around the city ten years ago was Read This
ins of the Manufacturers' Pure Food with a large attendance. In honor of Carefully
holiday -to
recess
having come
J
't- Dr. Garnet's But the
and Industrial orange grove.
Exposition
today has the opening a large meeting has been

-j : attracted thousands of visitors from an end, both houses of congress reConvened arranged to \hich everybody Interested ; "big freeze" of '95 killed every tree to In answer to numerons inquiries I desire to have it known to m .

A all parts of the state. The hotels anj today. Contrary to the usual in missionary and Sunday schoolwork he ground. It was a sad loss for the I desire tc state to my friends and friends and acquaintances that -

I crowded and every train is bringing I custom of delaying their return is invited. The school has secured doctor, but he had plenty of company business acquaintances throughout have no connection with or Inter -
i I to business for one or more days after the south, that I have no' interest est in the Ludden & Bates Southern -
4: : more visitors to the city. The exposition Miss May N. Blodgett who has and unfortunately all were not
in
I the holidays both houses showed a or connection with the Ludden Music. House, established by
t : la the largest 'of its kind ever i for a number of years been the Bible as well able to endure the loss as he. &. Bates Southern Music House, Wm. Ludden and myself in 1870. -
'f large atendance when calledto
:! held In this state and will undoubtedly L they were teacher for the National Young Furtht. there were very few who which was established by me and Mr. Ludden ani myself and Jas- .

.* L prove a powerful attraction. order again. The-senate started in I Women's Christian Association. Sheis J.. A. Bates about thirty-five years persen Smith, many years associated .
rather mildly, but the announcement possessed the pluck to try, try again ago. I: am now interested largely with us,are now interestedand
i The exposition building covers to be the superintendent of the
an
solely in the LUDDEN & in the
SMITH LuDDEN-UAMPBELL-Siirra
was made that the rate question would that ha has. Knowing that it was fifty -
1i area of over 63,000 square feet and is be bible work and will conduct five bible Music COMPANY and in the LTJD- Co., of Jacksonville, Fla So far
c well lighted by a lantern shaped glass taken up at the earliest opportunity. classes each week one of them beinga years since orange trees had been DEN-CAMPBELL-SMITH Co., of Jacksonville as I am aware not a single individual -

;j roof and hundreds of large windows on A debate of considerable lengthis Thursday night popular bible classin killed in Florida. (1835) he'imme- Fla., who continue the who helped to make the Ludden

expected. The regular order filled 'diately set out a new grove, and after same policies and business dealings & Bates name so well known -
11'; every side. The beautifully arched which the great sections of the bible -
practically the entire session of the he Las todaya which built op for us the largest throughout the South is now connected -
Is mafn entrance is between two imposing I will be taught. Her other classes many discouragements music business in the South. with the same.
senate.In fine lot of trees in full bearing.
1 towers, which greatly enhanse the will be for special students. The 'YM. LUDDEN. J. A. BATES. 1-
the house of representatives Mr. Most of the ordinary sweets have
striking effect of the building. course will last three months.
Payne, chairman of the committee on been gathered, but he has about 100 We print the apove letter in order to correct certain I
The formal opening of the
tion will take place this exposi- ways and means, called up the Phili- To Ship Fish From Lake Okeechobee. tangerines well filled with the most misleading impressions which are being made among our -
evening. Be-
- ppine tariff bill, for consideration Immediately delicious juice that can be eaten many friends and customers. We believe that most buyers

sides the exposition, which'is highly after the opening of the ses- Capt. T. A. Bas, of Kissimmee hasbeen without soiling a kid glove. The doc wish to deal with the people whose policies and methods

comprehensive and Interesting, there: ion. The bill provides for free trade in town making arrangementsto tor's place is litle over half a mile gave them the greatest reputation ever accorded any

-- will be special entertainment features with the Philippine Islands after July start in the business of shipping beyond the city gates. Turning off piano dealers in the south.

every day and evening. 1, 1-909. In the mean time the bill fresh water fish on a large scale the San Marco avenue you drive down a All who wish to deal with W. Ludden, J. A. Bates, A. 4

I Governor Broward and his staff in orders a reduction of the tariff on first of the year. He has invested $9- well paved street and soon enter a B. Campbell, Jaspersen Smith, remember they are associat-

full military uniform were present. Philippine sugar and tobacco to 2 per 000 in boats nets etc., and expects to wide gate then drive down a litle only inLuddSrvCampbellSmith -

Within the building a special operator cent of the rates under the Dingley I employ about one hundred and fifty avenue lined on either side with
of the Western Union "
Telegraph tariff and allows other island pro- hands. He has purchased the fish Washington palmsthe seed of CO
Company was stationed, his telegraphic -
> ducts to enter free of duty. Two boat "P-ur Hundred' from Mr. H. E. which the doctor planted about seven
. Instrument being
connected directly .
amendments have been made by the Heitman. has just launched a new years ago, and you soon some to the
with the White House at Wash- PIANOS P.C1NS MUSICAL EBCH4NOISE.
committee the most Important one boat at Kissimmee for this purpose grove. The doctor is usually at the ,
ington; D. C.
putting American refined sugar and and will sold and commissary grove to see callers. If you visit the
In one end of the have storage IS We*t. Bay St. Phone SID Jacksonville, Fla.V i -
building a' large
!It
tobacco going, to the islands on the barges. The fish will -f>e caughtin grove to see callers. If you visit the
gong was placed and the Instant the -
free list. Lake Okeechobee, and sent down bushes. To the northerners they area -i--f

President turned the key at Washing- It is expected that the considerationof here for shipment to western points. great novelty and it is quite a
ton this bell, connected telegraphically -
this bill will take up considerabletime Lake Okeechobee is the largest bodyof change to eat orange peeling and '

with the instrument at the capital, and it is quite sure that the bill fresh water in the country, and the all.-St Augustine Record. ; "RUUJ[ A M MHT.[
sounded all the .
lights In the buildingwere will be strongly opposed by the Amer-
fish there are of a fine quality and 9 : .
turned on, and the exposition whichis A
ican Protective Tariff League, will afford a rich haryest.'urt Myers COTTON PLANTERS ORGANIZING.

VM formally inaugurated. headedby Cornelius Bliss of New Press. 3ii l' Have you decided on the kind of

,Mayor Nolan made the address of York. It is not considered probable, Special to the Ocala Banner: \S\' fertilizer you are going to use? If snot ,

welcome, which was responded to by however, 'that the opponents of the bill Corporal Tanner Visits Watertown. Atlanta Ga., Jan. 4.-The state convention 41'1
; ) I a question of how much, but
Governor Broward.A will be able to prevent its passage, as of tJelegates elected by the -
what kind when the best result -
.' number of other addresses were the bill has not only the powerful sup- Special to the Ocala Banner: cotton planters of this state for the .
made after which the Women's Em- .. can he obtained. You can't make a .
_ port of President Roosevelt, but, of Watertown, N. Y., Jan. 4.-This is purpose of selecting members of the .

.: pire Orchestra rendered a delightful Secretary Taft and nearly every Member the banner day for the veterans of the xecutive committee, which is the gov- : ,: mistake when you use our high grad< .-

7'mulcl11 program. of the Taft party. which visited civil war in this city. The Joe Spratt erning body of the Southern Cotton ) fertilizers. 1

,- On Wednesday night the press! gang the Philippine Islands during the past Post of the Grand Army of the Republic Growers' Association, met here yes I. ...
entertained at the Highest cash: price paid: for dry boned -
were exposition
summer. The islands are not prosper- has undertaken to raise funds for terday. On January 1, the membersof

-- with a banquet and veudeville perfor- ing, and will not do so, it is claimed, the purpose of erecting a building in the executive'committee who are

mance. until their commercial relations with memory of the soldiers and sailors of elected by the state conventions here : FLORIDA FERTILIZER MPG JOJWW.Gainesville. i -

this country are closer, and until they II Jefferson county. Last December the and in other southern states will meet : Fla -

t Unique Organization Meets. are put on a footing that will enable post inaugurated the movement witha at Hot Springs, Ark., for the purposeof
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*; ----- them to their agricultural products deciding the plan of campaignfor
get fair, which was opened in the name upon
J1 Special to the Ocala Banner: the United States without the coming In regard to
into of President Roosevelt by Gen. O. O. season.

"{ Jenkinstown, Pa., Jan. 4.-The members heavy charge. Howard and netted about $2,000. In' the policy to be pursued by the asso- -
if i I The Vehicle and Harness Co -
"
) ot the Union Society for the "Re furtherance ot this movement the ciation next season, President Harvie

'-1 covery of Stolen Horses will hold its The President's Diplomatic Relations. Post has arranged for a large meetin Jordan has stated, that he did not

; ninety-fourth annual meeting and ban- C.. Jan. t.-The think that further reduction wouldbe Cedar
. t Washington, D. this evening, at which Coporal any Cor. Forsyth and St. .

" quet here today. The society was White House will once more be the James Tanner, Commander-in-Chief of advised. In his opinion the acreage JCKSOXYILLE, FLORIDA. _

I t., formed in 1812 and has had a highly scene of a brilliant official event, when the Grand Army of the Republic, will I should be about the same as during "

I interesting history. When a member the members of the diplomatic corps deliver the principal address. He will last year.

.I f tases a horse by theft nowadays, the will gather there this evening to attend arrive in the afternoon. On the same day on which the executive Dealers in Wagons Buggies, Carriages Surreys

, t i i Uorities). in the, various cities are the first official reception to the committee will meet in HofSprings Road Carts, Harness, Saddles Lap Robes Etc.

notified but only comparatively few diplomatic corps .given by the presi- Rawls &. Company Get Alachua Coun- there will be a mass meetingof

. )- years" have elapsed since the "riding dent in. the new year. The members ty Convicts.At persons in the south interested in LARGEST CONCERN IN THE STATE AND LOWEST "RICES -

list was effective, and members of the diplomatic corrs attended the cotton, in New Orleans. The convention -

t would ride, for days, perhaps, on the regular New Year's reception on Monday the regular monthly meeting of will be one of the largest and -

trail of the theft. Secr .ary .Mathar, but the reception on New Year's the Alachua county board of commissioners I most Important meetings ever held in I-------- -_._ _---_ _. _-w---

one of the most interesting characters day is not recognized as a specifically an important deal 'was made the south and will undoubtedly attract

-- to attend the banquet, is 88 years old diplomatic function. It is more of whereby S. A. Rawls & Company, of wide interest PRICE LIST OF

and has held the office of secretary a general character, although it wouldbe this city, naval stores operators, leas- In some quarters it is believed that I EUREKAWINE & LIQUOR CO.

' continuously for thirty-seven years. considered highly improper for any ed the convicts for that county.At the association will decide to tie up ,
The Great Southern Mail Order "ouse.
Ufa brother is Isaac Mather, who was : foreign representative to fail to at- the December meeting bids were what cotton there is left in the southat ------

ninety-nine years old October 27, tend. The diplomatic receptions of invited and received and four bids the present time and to hold it until EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart \Ieasure.P .

.1 of last year.Private which several are held during the I were entered. After due consideration, the price of cotton reaches the fifteen Four Six Per

---- course of every season have a distinctly the con;miSMnoers awarded the contract cent mark. It is said that the I Gltl1en Quarts Quarts Case
Canal for Standard Oil. Hatchett.s Private Stnck....._. ......._..._.._....._-.._. kook 00 J! 00 $U 00
l diplomatic character and are to Rawls: & Co., under a provis-I. success of this movement is almost 1 Hatchett'!> Thal's Whiskey ._..._...._...._..... 450 460 69 137S
interesting and brilliant ion of head month, is that about 2- Hatchett's Old Rv.. ..........:._.. ...... ... ._ 320 J lO 460 96\) ( ,.
S2M5 assured. It
the most per per expected
among ..
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I Eureka: N C Apple8audy.- .._ 47'i 475 700 .400'
Special to the Ocala. Banner: I events of the social season at the I which is said to be the highest prices 000,000 bales of cotton will be tied up, I N C Apple Brandy._. ...._,._...._._ ..,.._ 32; 3 zs 4 8S 9 /0
Eureka :Malt ..... ... ..._.. _..,..... 4 00 400 600 11 00
- Sulphur, La., Jan. 4.-The work on I White House. The first diplomatic paid fur any county convicts in Florida if the association should so decide. .ureka .'1. C. Peach Brandy.._ .._'_ ....____ 4 75 475 700 L4 00
at the Whits N C Peaalillrafldy .._..... ........_ ;... 325 .P 485 970
the canal, which the Standard Oil dinner will be given I Eureka N C. C.rn ..... ..._ ... _............ .._.... 325 3 25 4 b5 970.
House a week from toJay. I :\lr. r. wls. senior member of the Imperfect Digestion. Eureka N. C. Cornx.'IC .._.._.". __._.......... 3:10 JOO 460 900 ,
cumpany is going to build from here I Means less nutrition and in conse- Eureka N C. \ OlD XXX ...... ........._ .._.....".... 27S :a 7. 4'S II 30
firm, was present at the meeting andas quence less vitality. When the liver J EurkaNt':: Corn. XXXX ....._..........__......_.. :20 .5G 375 750 -
to the Sabina river, a distance of seventeen DOINGS IN ANCIENT CITY. the contract was properly fails to secrete bile, the blood be- Od Crow SOUTbOII..._ ..._....._.. ,__".,,,_ .. "SO 4.so 675 1356
begun yesterday. soon as comes loaded with bilious properties, '; Sunny Brook Rve. ......_.. ...,..._...__ ..... ;3 7S 375 S 6s II 30
miles, was signed and certified, left with twenty- the digestion becomes impaired and i Sunny>: Brook Sour Mash .. ....._........._..........._ 3 :5 ; :S s6S II 30
Tile canal which will form a junction I Record Shipped 70,000of Echounng.:: ....................................... .-..-..- .. 4SO 4 55 690 1275Silk'
The Company two prisoners for his farm near Ocala. the bowels constipated. Herbine will Velvet ...._. ....._. .... ...... ..._.. .. 500 52) 785 I 570
with the Sabine river at or below Orange Printed Matter in One Week. Ii rectify this; it gives tone to the stom- ', Oak aQd ..... ...... .. ..._. ... ... ....._...... 375 400 600 ., 00 -
ach, liver an dkidneys, strengthens the -.
will be used for the transportation Over 70,000\ pounds of matter will Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Absolutely --
appetite clears and improves the complexion Gin From $2.50 to S3 SO per Gallon Delivered .
of the sulphur and other products here by Harmless.The infuses new life and vigor to :
postoffice
at the
: be mailed of children medi- Save twelve KbeU of HUchett's Private Sto-k and secure a bottle fret Save twelve .
:' of the Union Sulphur company, The Record company this week. Every I fault giving substances, the whole system. 50 cents a bottle. labels of Hatchetl's' Old Rye and secure a bottle free Save twelve lables of Hatchett's
cine containing injurious Sold by all druggists. m That's Whiskey and secure a bottle free. Save twelve label* of Eureka N C.
-- which Is a branch of the Standard day dozens of mail sacks are filled I is sometimes more disastrous than the I I 'C".rn and secure a battle free. Save twelve iables of N. C Apple Brandy aud fecureo
Oil The canal' Ja to be thirty This huge I disease from which they are suffering. Johnson-Harris Wedding. :ie bottle free Save twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free. Price of .
company. and sent to the postoffice. I Every mother should know that alt goods bought at company's store are 7UC per gallon s than when delivered No .-
feet wide at tb" bottom and is to I volume of mail matter is made up of I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is per- charge: for jufh. boxes: or drayage. All of my bottles are full measure. All! standard }
safe for children to take. It brands Ot whiskies soM over my bar at IOC per wink-lo from S leaves 5 for you. All 4
have a minimum depth of six feet. & Co.. seed catalogue fectly I Special to the Ocala Banner: than those quoted
the II. G. Hastings contains nothing harmful and for wines quoted on application We also carry cheaper liquors
I I of which an edition of 50.000 coughs colds and croup is unsurpass- Atlanta, Ga., Jan.I..-Miss Nellie 9 Sr'-'satisfactory.cial p ices on large quantities; packed any !sizes desired. Money refunded if good I

Spoiled Her Beauty. printed. In addition to this is 1 ed. For sale by all druggists. m Inman Harris, daughter of Mrs. Clem- I
34th St., was EUREKA WINE AND COMPANY
Harriet Howard, of 209 W. LIQUOR
Harris Sant-
Company, of Augusta ant Rush and Henry
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New York at one time had her beauty also the Alexander Honoring" Jackson's Memory. *35 W Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. :
sailed with skin trouble. She writes: seed catalogue. This edition ford Johnson jr., were married here
'.1 had Salt Rheum or Eczema for numbers 40.000. and combined the two .Wednesday. The bride Is a beautiful' "" < I "II!' 'T. ",, lilt [I _"T'::_''' ,,' .,;;1-- ""

years, but nothing would cure It, Until I Dayton, 0., January: 4.-Jackson Day _
and in social
Salve. A 70,000 pounds. young woman prominent
I used Bucklen's Arnica catalogues weigh over I ---------- -- --
and healer for cts, January 8. but as that day in this and throughout the
quick sure turns undera comes on circles city
and store.sores. .25c at Tydings & Co., drug m These permit catalogues granted by are a special mailed act of has been set fur the inauguration of. state. Mr. Johnson is the youngestson i -""r"r"'r"'r"r"r"'r1'r""r''r'r"r"r\tttr"r'r'" " ';' " '," '!" \ -

which carried with it the I of Mr. and Mrs H. S. Johnson and i
congress, Governor Pattison, the democrats of .
t Sale of C. T. and G. Railroad. of mailing without a porminent busfness mn in this city.
privilege stamp-I this city will give the annual banquetin % Cold Storage I IOf -
t i'Col. ing. The postoffice collects for honor of the founder of democracythis

f. J. P. Williams of Savannah tire volume, thus saving a great I evening. The most elaborate arrangements The beautiful calendars. that make 2=

i of the G. S. and P, railway, their more -
president amount of extra labor in stamping.St appearance every year I.
for the event have been
t has been here a couple of days on im- Record. beautiful than ever before. are quite a -
Augustine made and it is expected that the ban- Meats
!
lH rtant railway business. In regardto ood indication of the continual Improvements ,
f in brilliancy every I : :
the report that the Carra belle rail- The resignation of President McCallof quet will surpass that are being made in the : L : : .-A
; previous Jackson day banquet given i iI iI i,, :
} road had been sold Col Williams statI the New York Life was made nec- I 'art of printing especially in colored iI I :
in this city. r : :::
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I ed yesterday that the road had been by the disgraceful exposures i iI printing.-Pensacola News. -
cessary .
the
I I I i :: We beg to Announce to pubHE .
; purchased under a mortgage by a syndicate t made by the legislative investigating : I Cured Lumbago.A. J, -- ---- -_ _._ -- .. -
of the trustees. I committee. :McCall *.*11 soon be forgotten I B. Canman. Chicago writes :Mr. John G. Ward, editor of the i : .; _

The sale means the merging of the but not so his strenuous efforts )March, 1903. "Having been troubled Pensacola News, and attractive daughter II s: lic that we are ready to cure :-:
at different times
Carrabelle Tallahasse and Georgia ta care for the sacred funds of and with tried lumbago one physician after another Miss Ella Ward, arrived yesterdayfrom -- .--

t railway Into the Georgia. Florida and the policy holders by making contribution then different ointments and liniments Pensacola. :Miss Ward Is an artist I .MEATS We guarantee :: -
: gave it up altogether. So I tried once and will -
,F. Alabama railway syiem.-Tallahas- to republican campaigns and more ,and got a bottle of Ballard's of considerable ability -

; eec Capital. buying up and corrupting legislaturesand Snow LJj ment, which gave me almost I take a: course in drawing at the Fe-, 6 satisfaction and solicit- your pat- f ==

\ other things equally scan- instant felief. I can cheerfully rec male College.-Tallahassee Capital.A -- .:=
doing
ommend.. and will add my name to .....
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:
I Albert Williamson says he is on the dalous.-Montgomery Journal.. your list of sufferers." -

street "sprinkler" these days. Good Sold by all druggists. m Marion county statesman writesto -s.- ronage. :-::

t But can 'you hold on?Citrus Coun- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the Best the Ocala Banner to know 'who Is --- --
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Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L. D.
Made. he wants to "declare himself -
.ty Chronicle. boss. as
opinion Chamberlain's Cough Of Waverly. Texas, writes; "Of a
Remedy"In my Is the best made for colds." morning. when first arising, I often a candidate for: a county office.

- A Farm For Sale or Rent. says Mrs. Cora Walker of Porterville find a troublesome collection of phel- Sometime ago there was no one ableto ; OcalaIces
California. There is no doubt about egm which produces a cough and Is boss/V-Galnesvllle ,:-
---- l tell "who was
small
hard to dislodge: but a -
its being the best. No other will curea very -
I will sell or rent my farm of 360cres cold so quickly. No other is so surea quantity o fBallard's Horehound Syrup Sun. .
No otheris will at once dislodge it, and the trou-
of pneumonia.
: a la the Fellowship neighborhood preventive and safe to take. Theseare ble is over I know of 110 medicine
pleasant I
at a reasonable price. Good living so good reasons why it should be that is equal to It. and it Is so pleas I An agreeable movement of the bow fuel Co.
I most cQrdlally recommend els without any unpleasant effect is
, house and outbuildings; partly under preferred, to any other.satisfied The with fact any Is ant to take.it to can all persona needing a produced by Chamberlain's Stomach
are
f. good fence. Apply to Mrs. Jessie Hayeraft other that few after people having once used this rem medicine for throat or lung trouble," land f Liver Tablets. For sal- by all J

/ lrt .:tw, edy. For sale by all druggists. m Sold by all druggists. m s m llLjl1jliJllll1l1ijllll1l11.1'jl'jl. jl1jlijllJl1111jlljl1jlljl1jl1l11l11T

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f r COTTON MARKET IS.FJRM. f FRANKLIN DAY CELEBRATED DR. HYDE IN PITTSBURG. Do You Wish to tJJ
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StrauSS .

'.' Raise in Crop Estimates Used as. Ar- Banquets and Music Mark the Day Delivered Lecture Last Night-Pro-' t

t gument for Lowering .Prices no Memorial Program Rendered in : eeeds Will be Used to Advance MAKEONEY,

Avail-Government Report. Boston Public Schools. House Rule in Irelnad.
Growing Good WatermellonsNext

Set Special to the Ocala-;--Banner: Special 'to the Ocala-Banner: Special to the Ocala--- Banner: < Year Royal R serve -

FROM EDEN SEED?
-' New York. Jan. 6.-In their weekly Boston, Mass., Jan. Although Pittsbure. Pa.. Jan. 6.-Dr. Douglas

: rn\ew.or the cotton market, Miller '& "Benjamin Franklin was born on Jan- Hyde, the head of the Gaelic League, 1 1it
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J 17, two hundred yeafs ago this t
C.,,-say: "The holiday feeling which, uary who is now on a lecture tour throughthe I so I can help yon start right by supplying \
city where the great statesman, scien- seed at a reasonable price.
+. prevaded the cotton market during the United States, to.arouse interestin :; Last spring the ravages of rats forced me to I
tist and philosopher was born is 'celebrating plant my watermelon crop three times before a .

week .between Christmas and New the anniversary today. An the study of the,. ancient Irish :I stand was secured Consequently inv melons OCAU MINING LABORATORY. .. : .
Year, still continued to" some extent, ripenea too late for profitable shipment, and . '
elaborate program has been. arranged tongue, arrived here this morning fora instead of allowing them to decay f. saved seedit P. T. SCHREIBER. "
although the market is a HUe firmer the following painstaking manner rIm perfeetl ..
and all citizens are combining their day's,visit. This evening he will de- > shaped, sized and ripened selected mar- Analytical Chtmist Member ". ,
than during the past week when ow- Consulting and
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crlmelons.the first live Lon- :' _
efforts to make the celebration as imposing on vine of the 5tciety.bf Chemical Indus-try. _
I lag to the lack of interest on part ofthe'trade liver an address before a large Irish Eoih ends of cecb melon were, cut off and don. !ng. i11em5rrofthedmeaidsnChem- '* .> ,
\ as possible. The program Includes thrown away the melon spptand the perfectly .
he bears made several attempts meeting to be held lathe, Old city. hall! matured -.eed taken from the renter and dried ical Society. '_ .
memorial exercises in the
r with spehral care .No seed were saued from P. O. Box 703. .
to hammer the market. Dr. Hyde is not only an ardent cham- decai'ed melons
schools and high schools, memorial \
Liverpool still more or less uneasy I gunra\..ee these seed to strictly first class OCALA, FLA., Oct.22. 191 l t .
meetings of various historical and pion of the Gaelic language: but, in i and as;good as have ever been grown ,
.yer the Russian situation which AS to my responsibility I te6 r to any mefchauUle '
however bad seems to be improving. scientific 'organizations, a number of Ireland is regarded as the coming agency or responsible, business concern Messrs.: :Strauss & Co, Wholesale Whisky -.

public meetings with elaborate programs man and a leadefof the Parnell class. '
Of course, a nation does not recover Merchants Ocala Fla
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e in the evening and pilgrimages The proceeds from his lectures will 750 per pound _
from such a succession of staggering
to various interesting historical pointsin be used to advance the interests of Gentlemen.- In accordance wjth jour
blows tn a hurry, and business will beat
some way connected with the his- home rule in Ireland. '
low ebb in the great empire for anhcuse en
tory of Benjamin Franklin and his The United Irish Societie of this Henry D. Still nstructions, I vi&ittdbcur;
after and quiet shall
uays peace '
Many
'k&ve been restored. great life work. In the evening there city had made elaborate preparations Blai-kvffle, S. C. the 19th, instant, and- personally selected

will be a number of official celebra- for the reception and entertainment of \
P- The increase of :Mr. Buston's crop from your stock a sample of .
t l tions and banquets with music, addresses the distinguished visitor. Upon his Eden Seed.
; estimate from 11,250,000 maximum to *
1 and reading of essays dealing arrival he was received by a commit- .
bales of actual growth was
11,500.000
.,, with the life of Benjamin Franklin. i tee headed by Mr. John F. O-Lou'gh- "Strauss' Royal l Reserve". v
mesd as.an argument in favor of lower -
All day a constant stream of people lin whose guest Dr Hyde will be dur- : It Will .. .
prices but it must be remembered:
visited the house standing upon the ing the day. In honor of Dr. Hydea :
that,. before Mr. Buston started on his whisky, the analysis of which shows it to
site of residence where Franklin ,,'a.s'born reception will be the after-
given-n
t f southern trip, he 'stated that. if this
two hundred.years ago. For noon and a banquet in the evening. | contain: RAt55} ,
crop should not be more than 1,500,000
time the building has been adorned .
some
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t- kales, .he would be one if the biggest REFUGEES Alcohol (by weight), per cent./.36.66 l t

)ails in the whole market. with a memorial tablet setting' EMPIRE. Pay You !II-! Alcohol (by volume), per cent. . 43.61 I t'

forth the fact that on the site indicated . .87.10 .
a Jt U hardly likely that this small Degree proof per cent. . .

by the tablet stood the housein Railroad Men and Telegraph Operators Residue on evaporation cent.. .. ., 0.660 rAsh
make p
.f crease in his estimate will a p You have Real Estate ;;

radical; change In his views regarding which Benjamin, Franklin first saw Dismissed on Account of Con- r to sell, any Per ct'nt. . . . .. . 0.011 z= ,

the light of day. nections With Revolutionists. Reducing sugar, per t. 0.225
the future of prices. ern l
-- Volatile acids, per cent . . . 0.027
business Is always small ,\1\1!- Jan
Spot ; Will Form f xoms Union. Washington, -Advices have I OR.I Amy alcohol (fusel H3}, per cent. .. .. Q013 ; J yy
Jag the holiday season, is still comparatively : :
been received here bringing news from f
small, 'but holders seem less 'Special to the Ocala Banner\ : Moscow that a thousand people have I F Y u're thinking of comiug The above results show the whisky to be s> R :u Saco -

disposed to sell 'on the decline than Balgrade, Jan. 6.-A conference is been killed. there and three thousand I. to... Florida for a home, a carefully blended brand of high grade

t they have been heretofore. After this I being held here today between representatives wounded. News from elsewhere: In.I. .

week it Is expected; the spinners will i of the Bulgarian government Russia, however is more hopeful, the 1 OR and that it has been disstilled from a clean, pure grain mash

; fcty_more freely, as it is plain, that a and officials of the Servian government dispatches saying that the railwaysare I I Ci You desire to infest in The amount of fusel. oil'and of volatile acids is very low. .
.low I any '
good many of them are running with a view of arranging the gradually resuming operations.SL I | kind of Florida property, Respectfully,

ia stocks. details of customs union between ,
a ---;- I F. T. SCHREIBER, Chemist.FOUH .
The next sensation, in a market. way, # ;
., 'I' the two countries. The plan is. of Petersburg, Jan. 6.-The govern I TO SEE ,

-will be furnished: by the census.report the greatest importance and it is expected ment's victory over the revolutionists

.f cotton ginned to January I, which I OK WRITEJIII.IIVINGSTON ..
that gradually all the other has been decisive though open revolt .
will probably be issued tomorrow. will FULL QUARTS. 3.50, EXPRESS PREPAID. '
Balkan states and principalities continues in many places. The military

f From present appearances the be induced to join this custom union are'employed mercilessly and N &SONS"

.amount,ginned will .approximate. tif ,- It is believed that the establish- gradually the movement is being sti ,

) ,OOO bales but there are no records ment of the customs union will be the ocALA FLORIDA. ,

i ia 'past seasons to January ,1. with fled.These
preliminary step to' a closer, entents fires of revolt, however are
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which to .make comparisons." between the Balkan states and will smothered, but are not extinguished, .

have a tendency to strengthen theli! and the main fear is that the govern- STRAUSS & co.Sole
960,000, FOR ADDITIONAL STOCK.
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power and political influence.A ment will fall into. the very error of A ,\\ /::'
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Delaware & Lackawana Road Orders Grim Trabedy. 1IJ ". .sir: tL, Owners and Distributors. '
and attempt to press its advantagetoo
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; homes, as Death claims in each one far. ....... ;'j4.
another victim of Consumption or The wholesale perquisitions of the -;:;- ; i$2o OCALA FLORIDA
Pneumonia. But when Coughs and i :
have been succeeded by a
Colds are properly treated the tragedyis police par -

F. G. Huntley of Oaklan- of nature which 6
of directors averted. ticular offense a gave QtsAWI -- ,
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don Ind., writes: "My wife had the
the dvorniks or house porters a free .
.of.the Delaware & Lackawanna consumption and three doctors gave
her up.* Finally she took Dr King's hand to search private lodgings for $4 4
authorized expenditure
railroad has an McMillan Bros.
for Consumption
:New Discovery arms and suspicious persons for doc-
.f J6.000.000 for equipment and additional Coughs and Colds, which cured her d'r
1 t she well and strong." It uments, or suspicious papers. This ; f
rolling stock and the orders for and today is
: kills the gernv of .all diseas.es. One will arouse the cupidity of the houseporters
I the work have been given out. Much dose relieves. Guaranteed at 50c and and restore the system which 12 Qts. t. Southern Copper Works s

of the work, will be done at the com $1.00 by Tydings & Co., druggists. '

's pans Scranton shops. The order includes Trial bottle free. m was in :vogue at the time of the late / Manufacturers of Turpentine Stillsand

Minister of the Interior Von Plehve. $9Q $ ]
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R 2,400 box cars 200! stock cars Oppoed to Army Contract Surgeons. ,
for the demonstrationsof
The
100 carriage cars hand four milk cars. Special to the Oeala Banner: program General Metal Workers.
hundredrmen added January 22, the anniversary of
will be
.. About three Washington D. C. Jan. 6.-General /!
for
"Red Sunday includes services
i force of 700. .
to the- present shop Leonard Wood is strongly opposed to
the martyrs at the :Narva Gate, Pal-
The American Locomotive Companyia the present system of employing contract REPRETIIJ] ,

to ,build 5 engines to be delivered surgeons in the army service ace Square and other places where Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

during next April and May, To the and will make energetic efforts to obtain the' troops fired on the workmen and through the country a specialty.. Orders by mail or

Barney & Smith Co., of Da'ton.0", legislation to bring about that.result. also uration at, the where cemetery the majority of the of Transfig-the vic- Chas E. Blum & Co., 517 and!519;W. wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

for 500 steel follcwing works .
has been given an order S _
: He has sent a letter to Wash- Bay St. Jacksonville FlaL'UMBE.R S
buried.
tims
gondolas, 500 steel hopper cars 18 were ,
ington in which he deplroes the em-

t milk cars, 10 express cars,' and two ploymfent of contract surgeons under, Two Torpedo Boats Rebels.Sent to. Combatthe -- FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH GAUOBSLE

The American .
coaches.
vestibuledv. _
conditions and it is likely that
14 any Odessa, Russia. Jan. 6.-Two torpedo : JACKSONVILLE FLA .
Oar and. Foundry Co.,. is to build 18 ALA
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.. the opinion expressed by him will be board have I ;
boats having troops on
for suburban service and three
h t 'coaches used for its full value by the Army .. I
combination been, dispatched to Sukum-Kale Cau- : -- _. S : ;
cars Medical Department, with view of -
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obtaining the required legislation. ; .
Sickening Shivering Fits. which are in the hands of the revolu- nOl'GII and :;

or Ague'and Malaria, can be relieved General Wood who was once a mem- tionists. The government treasures: at :

aad cured with Electric Bitters. Thisis ber of the regular Medical department DRESSEDDry Wo Never ;
those places have been saved and taken Disappoint Our Patients
tonic medicine of especial
a pure.
says that the makeshift arrangementis Siding, Flooring and Ceilin -
benefit in malaria, for it exerts a true to Sabastopol on a warship. .
curative influence on the disease, driv- \'ery" unsatisfactory. The contract Sixteen hundred railroad men and We Fulfill Every Promise and lever Rold Out False 101211.

%' .' lag it entirely out of the system. It is surgeons are, usually stationed at distant and B. H. Seymour WE CURE Str1etuwttho palm a$ the knits 0I'Mal1..4 VNteoMMYtIIL",$
hav- 300 telegraph operators of Odessa 81' det.atloJl from
I Much to be preferred to Quinine ClUed .. III1..r Voatartou Bleed J'oltrnl _
F lag none 'of this drug's bad aftereffects places small posts: in garrisons this vicinity have been dismissed on aeyel' to .tara. lrttho..a mereUl'J' or Dlta.raI.rzt... Lou .f / '

R S.Iunda)'. of Henrietta: where they are remote from contact Ocala, Fla.and VIgorPostttveyear.daolttmalautba/p.rmaaens. '.

Texas, writes: My brother was very with the officers of the regular account of their connection with the _......................................... ......_.. .. .. laws Ilt the ZJIII state Medical of Georgia Co.II for&A iastitattda tile tNatmui oliUltJei aad CUB wader of Ulf all
corps = .,
malarial and ,
fever
with Jaundice
low general strike. nenotuaadehronledueaae$. Dr. N. S. K'II1- the '
tilt he took Electric Bittershich and are therefore deprived of counsel are JJC.l rl'ft MACKA a' i this lnatliatton.ta the cl oo1 conaul\lq I P< Leaving Riga by Every by
Refugees l .
1 stall Of em1IIen&phUldu'&n4
saved his life. At Tydings & Co., drugstore fll1l&JlII, .
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and from that Gen- / Oursaecesa
assistance source. III Ute
trutmeu'Of chIoWc dIM.... J
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price 50c, guaranteed. m Ship. "
; led: WI use boUt medics and electrical .
eral Wood says that the mployment Riga, Livonia, Jan. 6.-The energetic a} .C Ou.rofBceu.eq1l1p with a9 she gavanir aegcle.! fsradie bM&n- s
"La Befana." .. lee X-n,.ylolel ray.and l"l1IiIe1uan la tact .1ectrlgJ
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Celebrating of the contract surgeons is expensive -or f COJItrinll\le ey.rl i
s manner in which General Sollogub has k80.Ia the medical Pro1811s1oo. Oareaaisarialatr ,
'SiKt'ial to the Ocala Banner: arid invites all sorts of menaces. He trained modern 1ca every re.peet and we employ Bone bat the best .,
gaol
inaugurated his governor generalshipis dlwfen&

Home, Jan. 6.-Today is the feast adds: "Thess 'gentlemenhatevei reassuring the German resident'ssomewhat graduale

-' .. of "l&. Belfdiu" which is merely a their professional attainments, know and there, is less talk of I FUNERAL i; ''ph;! ;ab;. ,' '' by JlltrQIl&iO'-lIoc.ttr's Instatlon.O.Our a's term or smashed lortr TOt t I.. yntaral ant sent 0"$

; "corruption of "Ejilphania.! This is one tittle of arpiy methods or' of handling abandoning their, property' interests in i J4aa,. .' Inee to 110.00 of *pet eare munthmedle1,,es inoladed! *tm, .. .a nera.ge we give au from IAIU'tS.OO"

I -.f the great R<'aian, holidays and ;as I large bodies of men antl we have always Nevertheless, I MY BEST REFERENCE wiLMaatbpeciflEdeme.
Baltic r
the provinces. IS CHRONIC ES'I rwaMpenM,
i far as noisiness is concerned, the nearest paid for the education In -time DIRECTORS.HHV : "M .. : i 1 er
another German steamer will leave iffo Kidney and
Bladder
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apLrrso'h'to war by an enormous expenditureof of -1- Dntru LoIae. etc. .nd all Prtnte
Riga tomorrow with 400 refugee UN11Lt JV': -. Tumors and, '. .
of July. From early morning and 'mon with > full 'ud k of ('ortini'M"kefji lYJ68, and atalTh of tht
Fourth men ), its resulting foreign nationalities._ H N, K. K *a M. D. C nlcmbit'seae.a of Luugs.' en'S i of Dtsplscemeuuu.

till late at night boys and even grown _embarrassment in the way of inefficient killed two and Burial Outfits. Sieml given in CHI,, COJISA.rlJQ. Pny.roraK Uaaatara1Dschargds.and suet we lneeaes 15 ,
The revolutionists today O'wo41"O
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Burial .,., III Wday regardlag Joucondlt.OD! tf
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1.5 people, ill-eased in their best Sunday troops and a large pension list," more policemen, here in broad daylight I' .' -v. ri I to lend yos tar literature Including symptom you are bJ"skk or-tar Inflicted home trearm&. Oa request; w.

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clothes, march through the '8tretts. ; Embalming to Order t0\OLTATIOY YXL IINATIOY AND ADYlCBrF: ,.
-the number for the last IMMHH I
makng ?
... armed. with tin horns, whistles ratchets New -Havana Route. three months '!//J. -- --' QR KING. ;1EDIGALCO.. ; rp, .t. i rne; Atlanta 63.

z and other. instruments of. tor- Special to the Ocala Banner --

ture capable of making hideous noise/ Mobile, A12U. January /-The Jerry Burnett !i -- -- --- -=- ___
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and the din !Increases from hour to Chicago-Havana Route established Nothing is more in demand than a i

r hour, until it reaches its climax at the tnr the :Mobile &. Ohio Railroad was medicine which meets modern require- I _
ments for a blood and system cleanser, Merchant
.hour of midnight. It is especially a I-inaugurated today. The new steamer such as br. King's New Life Pills. [ S. A. STANDLEY & ,;

'feast for the poor, and the wealthy Prince .George, formerly of the Halifax They are just what you need to cure CO
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stomach and liver troubles. Try them. "
1 Romans and the thousands of foreigners Line has been chartered for the At Tydings & Cu., drug store, 23C.: .! Tailoring.

'. visiting Rome' content themselves Mobile Havana end of the route and guaranteed t ..k The
Pin-jade. of Human
S. with witching the noisy crowds from started on its first trip today. The Ocala Florida. SkiiL
Preparing for Royal Baptism. ,
{ t 'a vsafe dist;ince. The Center of the steamer connects with a special train .

'celebration! is:: the old Piazza Navana, which, runs from Chicago to Mobile Finest Imported and* Has been reached
to the O.' Banner in our carriage,
Special :
<:J.la
._ ,where hundreds of booths and market and makes the trip" in twenty-foui Domestic Cloths. '
Rome, Jan. 'Extensive prepara- buggies and harness. The
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stalls'1m\\;} been erected and where hours.' gay
t tions are made for the baptism of Cutting a Specialty e
-. fruit. sweets. toys and all kinds; of Is 1 I Fits Guaranteed. they can ever. be better is to raise tb >
Princess Ena of Battenberg. who .
noisy instruments, are sold. Pleasant and Most Effective.T. '
." J. Chambers, Ed Vindicator. Lib soon to T>e married .to. King Alfonsoof pinnaole-elevate the standard _

erty. Texas writes Dee; 25. 1902: The will be I
Stomach Troubles and Constipation. I. "With pleasure and unsolicited by Spain. ceremony per- .'_ even then .our vehicles:will be foam ..
:_ "Chamberlain' Stomach and Liver you, I bear _testimony to the curative formed in the most impressive man- \ ,_
ablets'are the best thing for stomach power of Ballard's Horehound ',< : at.the top. They are not
I" Syrup. ner and in 'the presence of a large Education by Mail eo high in
\ constipation 1 have ever .
troubles and I have used it in my family' and can : .. o I
fix, sold." says J. R. Cullman, a druggist cheer lly affirm It. is the most effective number of spectators at St. Pefers. e prices though as to be out of reach
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Ko tearing horn fc>get mn eds.
of employment
of Potterville. Mich. They are easy to and best remedy, for Archbishop _Stoner the highest English .
i coughs and : [fttH ytthg frftTT; PPM1*for *atmfjfog 0|hon> '
take ,and always give satisfaction. I colds J have I a.eprr-_ of most vehicle I'
ever used will the Book-keeping. 1mG uneGe, Ugetra,Geoaeby users. Let ns quota J'
tell my customers to try them and if Sold by all druggists.. ,m prelate,in Rome perform GrtBUMr,fcbetorie.Science,BietoryIrti.ak.Tk.r.alW .
not satisfactory to come back and get ceremonyin the official presence of T..U by M.JL 'haclwI sided you figures.
i5 but have never had a tnr nirrfntB rinT i uyractaeeeeathlogae
complaint.their money" For pale, by 'all druggists Twenty pounds .of sugar for,',$1 Cashat Cardinal Merry- del Val. the PapalSecretary frea.Addnw,!,.I.UIM 's1atkrr1a.. .

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Al Field's Minstrels Eclipsed. I. .u r. and Mrs. J. ii Adams ot tsoutnreir tt frlvofg6ionat.R. NOTCE.

ERY truck farmer ... I
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DFCLIK* I_ F. BLALOCK.PTLUU .
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knows For years Al Field's Minstrel per- t ain tor buine days on account of Mrs. VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
(or ought to ,. ..LOCK. -.' undersigned intend to apply to the gover .
formances have been recognized as \.uaw.s n a1La. one is here consulting I nor Of the st ite of Florida oo the BANK DEPOSIT

know) that POTASH peer of them all. The very name of a bveciatisi.:i Mr. Adams has Dentists. I 8tA day January.. A. D.I o6,
'.1J.uUU R. R. Fare Paid. Note
.' Al Fields in connection with a mins- Ularge ot tue vv'nsun orange groves Over Muaroe & Chambliss Bank.Ocala,Fla. i letters patent on the pr<)p.d charter copy taken on tumaa. BEST
is indispensable for of which IS hereto attached the orig nal of : ..
and cheapest on earth. Don't delay Write -tef.CEORGIAAUBAM4BUSlNESSCOLLEGE.Haciw.G4. -
[ pro- trel was like magic upon the people i dfld orou nt us specimens of tae splen- p E.81GG& which is on file in the office of the secretary of I c

;' ducing good-paying truck throughout the country, and the friendsof u a fruit tie is snipping. It is very I ATTORNEY-AT-LAN.-- I. state Tollahdbsee, Florida EMII.EVANESPEX: ,

COLIN C WYIilP JL.
that I I NOTICE.
: gentleman one year ago proClaimed one. (Office in Gary-Ague Block.) : O.T. GREEN. -

crops. that he had exhausted aU OCALA. 11''.o i
Ve started banting our first book --- The undersigned do hereby associate themselves Notice of Application for fax Deed
minstrel
A liberal quantity of features on earth. Few ever M. THOMPSON ugethe' as a body corporate. ut'der the I Under Section 8 Chapter 8834,
expected to see anything in that line on our new matmne yesterday.:: We J provisiocs!. 01 the statute laws or the slate ot Laws of Florida.

; POTASH along with which anall dismouie specimen pages:: of it SURGEON. Florida and da publish the following articles Notice Is hereby given that Thomas
AND
ample would even make a comparisonhe PHYSICIN uicorpciation: : Lawton purchaser of Tax Certificate.No. ..

of had reached the acme-that was jast to snow wnai preuy printing an OtBce over Tea-pot Grocery.Opp. Moutemm ARTICLE I. Of'l 196, dated the 2nd day of June, A,

:i: amounts phosphoric acid the Opular'verdict.. up-to-date macnme can do. The art of OCALA. PLA. D., 190. has filed said certificate ia -
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The name of this corporation shall be
and has made :
office appiicaticifor
;i and nitrogen, is vital tosuccessful The advent of Donnelly and Hat- priming is not only simplified but is EDWIN PEELA'flORNEYATLA: IsT-ACHVrrA PHOsHPATE I'OYPA.SThe my tax deed to issue in accordance
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I pnocoal place traslneu of this corporation
. I field's minstrels has already changed ,ery mucn beautified. shall be at Ocala Marion county, with such with law. Said certificate embracesthe

h truck. growing."Truck the tide, that is so far as Pensacola W, branch directors.offices as may be adoptcd by the boardof following: described property situated -
in Marion
county Florida, twit .-
who has chargeof OCALA. 7-S-v FLORIDA
is concerned, at least A packed,house i Miss Elsa Schneider,. ARTICLE II. : Northeast quarter .except !t."

Farming," an interesting book witnessed last night's performanceand the fccnool at Kendrick, desires this acres, section 23, township 13 south ;

dealing with practical truck raising and valuable to that her name was used J J. CHASE. The geaeral nature ot the business to be Range 22 East, 126 acres. The sal*
after it was all over this new aggregation aper say transacted by this corporation shall be: To land being assessed at the date of tbs

to every truck farmer, will be sent to 'j which has in a in tne contest for queen of the carnival DENTIST -carry on the business ot mining and prospecting issuance of such certificate in the .,

farmers: ,on request, free of any cost or sprung up Ocala without her knowledgeor OCALA FL tor phosphate,a ad all kinds of minerals aud name of Thomas James. Unless salt
in other materials to erect works, plants, ma.
single season snatched the laurels "
certificate shall be redeemed according -
obligation. cblnet'} to search for. prospect and mine
claiming them as their own. approval. L. S1STRCNK. phosphate and phosphauc materials and to law tax deed will issue there** .
Address. GERMAN KALI WORKS I The CARLOS other mineral substances, to crush wash on the 29th day of January, A. D.. :
New York-93 Nassau Street or performance was superb. There smelt. reduce and otherwise render mar-

Atlanta G .-%%>i So. Broad Street. was' not a single dull moment no stale Mrs. 11. C. Loqney arid son, George .I IIrs. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ketable the same; "> purchase, lease 1905.Witness my official signature aid

went to JacKsonville Tuesday to visit Room 4, MS'-.JIC Building ; sell and dispose thereof and develop the re. seal this the 27th day of December, A.
jokes, no tiresome features but on the sources of any such mines and property.*hether
\ Looney's mother, Mrs. ,Yo1.. I belonging to this company cr not and tocairy D., 190i.
MARTIN IS HAPPY OVERA contrary was replete with fun from itISS B. y.: SINCLAIR, on the business of a trading company in all its SfeaL] S. T. SISTRUNK.

beginning to end. The opening scene Nelson for a few days. branches. Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Couatf.
To carry on the business ot phosphate miners Florida. i2.2.C '.
NUPTIAL CEREMONY. is gorgeous, with its many colored STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER.and and grinders manufacturers of super-phosphate
Hampton Chambers jr., is now.trav ammonia, fixed or dissolved guano and other -
lights and elaborate scenery and the Notary Public. chemical lemlizeig, makes and refiners of NOTICE.

Bride and Groom With I dashing costumes of the players. Originality elling for the Tnatcher Medicine Company Special attention to out.of Town Work sulphuric acid and sulphate ot ammonia seed 4
The Sprinkled
of Chattanooga Tenn., and is crushers and oil refiners,and oil cake manufac-
stamps every detail of this Commercial Bank Ocala. Fla. turers and iraporteis of and dealers in Peruvian I, Taxes are due and payable on the first -
Rice and Feasted on Good now out on the road for this firm. and other guanos phosphate. nitrate of soda, Monday of November ol each .
performance. which all goes to makeup -.....-................. ........ .._ . .....- sulphate ammonia and similar substances and year.
Things. 2. Personal cd poll taxes most be paid at the !!
a first class and unique entertain- products. same time that real estate is paid on,it assessments
Rev. G. H. Harrison went to At- John White & Co. lo purchase and otherwise acquire build, are to the same party. -IJ
i ment. erect< equip and.maintain. any mining rights.
Special to the Ocala Banner. lanta Sunday afternoon to be presentat LOUISVILLE. KY. f-j l-lGS. nou es. ractones, machinery, greats : 3. If possible come in person to pay veer
The scngs mostly all new, were all Inahl diS31FURS rights. privileges exemptions and property ot I taxes. Paying by mail or through other parties

Martin. Fla.. Jan. 10. 1906. well sung. Particularly is this true of the Lineal of his grand mother fDPHt IUltd F I any description, whether real or personal. is frequently unsatisfactory. -

TownsJnd whit occurred on Monday. fkidtornw which may be deemed useful or conducive to 4. Wheu you come to pay your taxes briaea .
Elias Phillip of :Martin "Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown by r' the attainment ol any 01 the objects of the company description from your deed or latest tax receipt

Fla was married Sunday morning to Lee Edmonds, "Nobody," by Arthur ; ,and or to otherwise use manage.turn de\"dop.ltl to account. seil deal exchange of what you wish to pay on.

Assessor's Notice. and Hides.Wool. or 5. Don't wait till last few day of time t, pay .i
Miss' Katharine Zimmerman of Floral Crawford "It Was Only a Message with dispose of the same. as may be necessary -
.. then expect the best service either by mill .r
or advisable for the purposes of the com-
at the residence of the bride's iD persoa. Ihe rush is then en and delays arenavoidable.
City Norman
Home
From Home Sweet by
., I will be at the following places on pany. You must take your turn as it
-
receive returns of -- To acquire any inventions or the right to
Don- time specified to
parents. Stanley, "Lindy Lou by Tommy use any inventions. capable of being used tor comes,

.A large company of friends and Invited nelly. property. and agricultural statistics. We are the ssla agent for the celrtrateiQsauhe any parpjee connected with any ot the business 6. You must have your property properly as- ...
Meet me with correct descriptionsof Goods. Ocala Far- or operations of the company and to acquire or SesSed.ifyouwishtoavoidtroublein pay meat 11
Leather
guests witnessed the beautiful The olio was particularly strong your property and you will neverhave arc cause to be applied for and obtained,any letters o f taxes. The collector cannot alter the vala- .

ceremony performed by Dr. W. M. the best feature being the Tuscano any trouble.January, 1906. altar Co. _ _ patent respect or concessions of any inventtous.of an analogous and; to characterin grant tax ation book.or description Eo L. CARNEY.of assessments Tax Collector.found ou the li

Wamboldt, of Jacksonville. I Brothers, Roman battle axe jugglers. Martel, 22. a. m. Bad Outlook for Tomato Growers. and issue licenses for the use of any such invenT 10273 ix Marion County,Ocala Fla. '
tions upon such terms and conditions as may be : I
Miss Zimmerman is a most winning This is one of the most wonderful Cotton Plant. 22 p. m. The tomato crop will be late this deemed expedientTo
I Heidtsville, :23: 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. sell or otherwise dispose of all or part
any
beautiful and accomplished young feats in imaginable. The turn the NOTICE APPLICATION FOR LEAVE ,
jugglery Dunnellon 24. spring-if at all-and probabilityis of the business! property and assets; of the comnany .
TO SELLMINOR'SLAND. -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Zim- I' of the Toledo Troupe acrobats, is an- Romeo. 25 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. that if the planters try for a late, and to accept in payment for any property .
Blitchton, 26, a. m. sold by the company. or otherwise dIsposed -
merman. Her friends remembered her other strong feature which deserves Kendrick. 29. a. m. there will be less than one thousand of or for work done. services tendered : IS HEREBY; GIVEN THAT OX TalC
j moneys expended; shares. stock: debentures or NOTICE of A. D. will .. .
December
1905.1 -
j
useful and valuable pres- notice. outlookat
with many more than pasing Martin :29: p. m. trees in Dade county. The obligations ot any other company and to ho'd. ply tojthe Honorable Joseph Bell county judge '

ents. i.. The comedy of Tommy Donnelly and Lowell 3'). a. m. present is gloomy.Miami News. deal with and dispose of the same. In and for Marion county state of Florida. nt
Reddick. 30. p. m. To purchase and otherwise acquire and undertake hIS office in Ocala in said county, for an order
E. P. Townsend is a prosperous Harry C. Shunk, was a feature. These Fairfield :31. a. m. all or any part of the business.property or authorizing me,as guardian of the minor Wfl-

merchant and extensive trucker. His two "Commodores of Comedy" kept the Irvine, 31; p. m.February. liabilities of ny other company carrying on jam Ross Chambers. to sell at private sale the
Swartz & Co. arethe business which this is authorizedto
1906. Messrs. Lan;, any company following property belonging to said estate. to- .
friends were glad of his good fortunein audience in a roar for ten or fifteen mi i carry on,or pos.esSed of property suitable wit: Twenty chains square in the northeast
I
Fiemmgton, a.
authorized agents of the Sanders tor the purpose of this companv. cornerof the Arredonda Grant in Section twenty .
winning one so worthy. minutes. They were heartily applaud Central, 2, a. m. To issue shares in the capital stock of this (20) Township twelve (12) south Range

N. J. Townsend accompanied 'the ed. Geiger: 2 p. m. Fertilizer Co., of Jacksonville. If company. either as fully or partly paid up, in twenty one (ii) east,containing forty (.4.1 c;) acres i '
exchange tor property or for shares or obligations -
Mclntosh 3, p. m. any more or les
newly wedded couple to their Mar- The musical turn of Arthur Craw- fchady Grove, 5, a. m. you are needing fertilizers, or anything of any other company or corporation Said land belonging to the said minor to fee .
I. line will do whether incorporated in the United states orels. sold for the best interest of said minor ucu
tim residence. where they are now ford and James L. Finning was a good! *" :Santos: 5, p. m. i in the fertilizer you ..where having objects the same as, or simi This the 15th day of Novemoer. ,

domiciled. They introduce a lot of choice Belleview: 6. well to figure with them before buy- lar in whole or part as those or this company. 11-17 MARY G. HAlBERSGuanhn. -
hsppily one.
:
Fcdru ;. a. m. I To amalgamate with any other company corporation -

'I L A beautiful wedding feast to Mr. comedy with it. ,. Levon. 7. I). m. _ .partnership undertaking or person 1
!Summerfield:: S. a. m. ; with objects the same as or similar to the objects I .
,- I and Mrs. Townsend and Invited The performance ends with a laugh- Candler S, p. m. I. Twenty pounds of sugar for 1.00 uf tins company any of tbem.npoa any terms j ADMINISTRTAOR'S NOTICE. .

: f frIends was the first initiation when able afterpiece "The Darktown Circus I Oklawaha 9 p. 01.' I it the Fair. x under without any renditions guarantees or for restrictions the performance aud withor of

This ideal repast lot of circus EastJake, 10. a. rn. :I special obligation of other or XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL .
;. they left the train. in which a dummy any any person -'
I -
Wiltrl.1.ile..10.:: p. m. j ll persons who;hotd claims of any kind against
'.. Was give'n by and served at the residence animals are introduced. It also bringsout Linadale 12 a. m.Drawdys company.To promote. establish or procure the incoi- tne estate of James Hatton Howard. late of Mar- '
iou deceased. to the for
county present same
of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Zimmerman a bunch of fun for all. :: 12, noon. poration aay company. society partnershipor payment duly proven to the undersignea administrator -
; undertaking and to subscribe or take by way
Moss:: Bluff 13::, a. m.
within the time prescribed law
i t; of Martin. i All in all the entertainment is as ot purchase. security or otherwise, and to offer by ,
Kleclia, 13: in.
p. and in default thereof this notice will be plead '
tor public or private subscription or to negotiate
May :Mr. and Mrs. Townsend live good if not beter than any which has Lynne 14. a. m.Grahamville the sale of the shares bonds and obligations of ed in bar of such payment My postoffice address ..
14 1 to i is Grahamville,Fla.
p. m.
such or society or undertaking
long and prosper is the wish of their ever been seen here. any company Nov 29th, 1905. HATTON HOWARD. '
Connor 14, 3 to 5 p. m. and to make any coctracts,leases or agreements .
Administrator the of
ot Hittaa
estate
James
I scores. of Florida friends.GRAHAMVILLE.. Churchill 15 p. nv. in relation thereto Howard. zaiSt '
To borrow or raise money for the of
purposes
Eureka. 16 a. m.
: Good for the Governor. the company,lo create,execute and issue bondsor .
Daisy 16, p. m.
r ,
and other
i debentn.es: stocks mortgages
,:; Fort JlcCOIi., a. m. instruments [to bearer or otherwise and either I NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SAIL -
.L- -- The failure of the effort to oust Pine school house) 17, p. m. redeemable or perpetual] for the securing and

of Griner farm. Orange Springs, 21, p, m. repayment thereof with or without charge upon .
Lizzie Johnson
Miss office to
Sheriff Jackson from an
Citra, 22. all ur any ofthe property ot the company and AND BY VIRTUE A CERTAIN :
is visiting :Mrs.: W. R. Fore. which he was elected by a large majority Sparr 23. upon such terms as to pnority or otherwise as UNDER rendered by t be Honorable. S. .
the company shall think fit.Tolendinvestaudthal BuUcck ol the circuit of the fifthiudicial
24. Pauer..I.lat..Ullite.! judge court
Anthony
ThereartnorMcCall
Dr. Percy Lisk returned to Xashville of the strongest with of the
against some March, 1906. States thin tf any other nuke Tbi u sa money circuit of the state ol Florida, sitting in .
account ot tbe!'style, accuracy o'la1tCllls. company not immediately required. upon such chancery for Marion county. in a certain cacse
Tennessee Monday. faced in this country,
31st.
opposition ever Oaila from 5th to security or without security,and in such manneras
Mcfall's 'la azi.Tbe( Oupcn of FashicaJhM) pending therein wherein James E. Chace is -
Mrs. Howard Hall and little daughter. is a mater for congratulation-not Alfred Ayer, Assessor. more subscribers than any other Ladiri' Mafitna_ O.. from time to time may be determined. complainant Annie M. Chandler and Henry
1-12-tf. year's subscription number)rv"50 cell*. L*'*** To raise money upon loans or otherwise for : W Chandler are defendan's, said decree being
Opal of Arcadia are on a visit to only for the Sheriff. but for the peopleof BunbM-,5 cents. Evety.ubsribcr1ci&McCaii Patters the purposes of the company.To rendered on th! 18th day ol November. A D. -

Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Graham HilLborough' and for the Free. SumenlM today. make accept endorse and execute promissory 1905. I will offer for sale and will sell to the
county NOTICE.
Wasted. hiaaioia.preIumiVI bills of and other negotiable
Lady .tweat. of 6o. it.ngns notes exchange highest and best bidder for cash at public outcry .
After a visit with relatives here and Governor who refused to be swayed by I liberal) and cull Premium commiuon." Catalogue Fatten, (silo Catalecue WIllI 40*(premium instruments. before the court house door(south)in (cala. -
construct lea and.
10 purchase. e own operate
Mr and Mrs. Dillon Long Nonce is hereby hen that on the sent Iret. Adi/c TILL UcCAU.CO.NtwY.rtkSTOCKHOLDER'S Marion count y, Florida between the legal hours
in Oxford .. the demands of politicians. Sheriff steam vessel and other nat:,or jail or tram of sale on the first Monday in January. A D -
Island '7th and Sth of February, 19>>6, the road- or cacals, f>' purposes of its own business .
returned to their home on Pat's Jackson is an immensely popular man Board of County Comissioners of Marion II u --v but not as a common earner having cone 1906; to-wit. -

I Tuesday. throughout Hillsbofough .county. This ount>". Florida, will be In sessionto MEETING. ofthe nguu and privileges of common carriers January $/, 1906,
r.ct'e: and consider plans andsptcituitions or none ofthe duties, obligations or liabilities of the following real property situate lung and ..
:Ms. :Martha Long of Fort King. visIted was demonstrated by the size of the for court house 'I common carriers being in Marion couaty. Florida to-wit: -
' 1 a new The annual meeting the stockholders To do all!iucllo other thing as are incidental LoU three((3) aud four (4) of block tweaty-
relatives here last week. petition "which w nto the Governor for Mci ;"n county Florida, to be or CQS4UC1'? to the attainment of the objects or eight(z5)) of Old Survey of Ocala, excepting -

Miss Nettle Lisk returned to Tallahassee protesting, against his proposed decap tectn the public square in Ocala. | ers the Ocala Foundry and M&fKiP$ any of them above-named waxen may br con tony (,,'J) feet east ana *cst by acTcmy-iwo jji) '
it a .:.o : -. f from $50,000 to $6 .OOll. and works will be held at the office of the veoientlv earned on aud done in connection. feet north and south in the southwest cornerof
. Monday.Mr. itation. He is;: not over-popular ,with :ill -xh.tetts are invited to submit : therewith which may be calculated to directly lot three '3), or so touch thereof as mar? ,.

W. '''. Bessant returned to New the professional politicians. This fact uLttut.nd specifications by that time.. I company in the city of Ocala Fla.. on lilT indirectvenhance the value, or render prot- : necessary to satisfy said decree fad costs ;
itable. any business or property of the company. L W DUVALSpeciaiMatierinChanceyy--
H.V.. Long. Wednesday, 10th January, 1805, I "
Smyrna Sunday. constituted one of his chief recommen- _
t'h".Ir -arr. Board of CountCommis- > "
ARTICLE III. AU.RFD&DAVIS,
u'clock for the election of
at 11 m.
a.
;J The steamer Alligator is nearing dations. sioners of :Marion county Florida.. The aciount ot the capital stccS authorizedby :bolicitors: ; for Complainant 12 I
" Attest S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk. l-12-4t officers and transaction of.other busi
.
:
! When finished she will were behind the corporation will be thirty-five thousand .
completion. I The professional politicians
-
; ti.llais divided into thiee hundred and bfiy Above sale has been postponed t. ;
be taken to Leesburg where she will the movement to oust Sheriff ness. shareb of the par value of one hundred dolars Monday, Feb. 5. 19$6.L. -
N. W. HARISOX, in law fill of th-Unitecsi -;
.
! per share. payable money W. DUVAL
: ply upon the waters of Lake Griffin Jackson. There is no room for doubt e>. the same to be non-assesaable and to be Special Master in Chancery.
CHAS. E. THOMAS Pres. issued when the monty theretor has been paid
and this
Harris. on point.
I Sec. 1-3-lt; into the treasury
- On Sunday. January the thirty-first, These politicians had no special ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE OF FINA t
; Ferry1 Seeds i-re bwt liwanse SOumasful ARTICLE; IV. -
:. at the home.of the bride's parents, Mr. .!! grievance against Bob Jackson. ( year baja re:t eint m DISCHARGE.IB il
their TeIupDiect-Lalf a wmiry TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3. 1S78.- The term fcr which tnis company shalt exist ,
and Mrs. I\ O. Kelly, Miss Blanche They merely wanted his job for one of expert rare in maiing tUauKipenor "
c to ail others NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. shall be ninety nine: years.ARTICLE County Judge's Court :Marion County
;. was united in marriage Mr. Charles I of their friends. We are specialists In trowing Honda. 13 Re Estate of j.r.. Edwards
flower anil %ftaWti eeeda.Jy V.BThe Deceased -, -
- Mason. Mr. Allen Gibson officiating. The funny thing about the proceedings 8 tMl .tuval free.D. ,'l
: United States Land Office. ..Gainesville.Fla business of this corporation shall be con. "'OITIC Is HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
Only a few intimate friends of the I was that there were several different U. FERRY& CO., -, Dec. 18, 1905. ducted by a president vice president who shan .5 whom U may concern that en theta

and Detroit also b general manager secretary: and treas- djjt/Jut j. (). 1906,
bride witnessed the ceremony. cliques of politicians several Mich.V1ATERMELHS. urer. both of which Offices ma> be held by the -
: IS HEREBY GIVEN and board of five the undersigned will apply to the How. josepb -
Samantha. friends. NOTICE s..me person if desired, by a
different
compliance with the provi- directors of wlii The Governor doubtless sized up the dent. sreretsryand treasurer shall members for a final discharge as Administratrix of the
sions of the act of Congress of June All of ait oncers of said corporation shall be estaie 0: J. f. Edwards, deceased: and at the
situation without much difficulty 3, 1878 entitled "An act for the sale ..tu..kholders therein and all of said officers same time I will present to sad o>m my mat

General Devant For Brigadier General It is to his credit tha the rose above of timber lands in the States of California shall be elected by the stockholders at their. apnnal account ask for their acimiimiratnx&-al. of said cxlate and -
meeting to be held on the first Tuesday in app.x
of U. C. V.s the dictates of factionalism and refused ,- Oregon, Nevada and Wash- March of each year. Dated this :Nov. 28 A D. 1905. .-

to set aside the people's will. ington Territory," as' extended to all Futile Colin Van Campbell!':spen Wyllie shall sr.be vice shill president be president and: Administratns Estateoi D.J C.. if HOWARDS.As Elwards..de-

The Confederate Veterans of Mar- It is altogether the most commendable the Public Land States by act of August general manager:Colin C. Wyllie. jr., shall be ceased. 122601

lon Camp in response to the general the most refreshing thing that 4. 1892 John D. Robertson of and secretary O T.and Green treasurer shall :on and
order of the commander which was Napoleon B. Broward has done sinct ( [ Ocala. county cf :Marion State (or oi directors: all of sai'i the officers business to be of continuedin the corporation I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. -
and cimauct
has this filed office
day
met at the .. Territory). of Florida election and qualification of of the Interior. Land Office at
printed In these columns, he became Governor of Florida.-Tam- until the Department
-- in this office his sworn statementNo. thir sucessorsat the: first election Jo be held Gainesville, Kla., NOT 25. 1905. -

council chamber Monday morning at pa Tribune.Mr. Good Money in Growing Large Watermelons. 334, for the purchase of the East under the provisions ARTICLE; of th.s article.VI. j NOTICE g ISHER..BY named settierhas GIVEN: filed THAT zioticeof' THE .., :. -

11 o'clock. one-half of the Southeast one-quarter The highest amount indebtedness or liabil- his iiitenlin&n to make final proof in support'o/ -

Commander Hubbard explained the and Mrs. D. A. Clark and their Northwest quarter of Southeast quar- ity towhicb thIS corporation shall at any time hi:; claim and that.aid proof will be made before -
.
I have been planting e chear subject IL U'shdl be thiry-five thousand dol> Clerk Circuit Court at Oc la, Fla,on -
object of the meeting which was. toT pretty little daughter, Esther passed ter and Northeast quarter of Southwest tars

name a successor to Brigadier General through Ocala. Tuesday afternoon on for several jears. from .70 to 100 quarter of Section No. 5, In ARTICLE VII.Iheiiiniesofh's'bficribers to. these articles I viz: Joseph Smith Jau.l,6., .,t 1 SjjmmtrStW.! J96, i1a.H4.-1o. .-,

( Francis P. Fleming promoted to their way to their home at Martel acres in Eden variety of .Watermelons Township No. 18 S. Range No. 20 E. are as follows aad their pLaces of resideuce u, 29463. Mwtbtast quarter of southaret-t.q..artr
have made good mon- show that the i set opposite each name together with the and southwest ttua te- of sauihea&t quarter section ;-
and will offer proof to
weeks with relatives And "
major general of the division. after spending several amount of stock subscribed fur by each zS,township! 17 south, range 33, east.

Comrade J. H, Livingston: sr. at Valdosta, Ga. ey every year. I secured good land sought is more valuable for its Shares Wock.of He names the following witnesses to prove Us -
timber stone than for agricultural Kzme. Residence Capital continuous residence upon and cnkitMWO of .
General J. C. Eden seed to begin with and have or 1-oudon. England, i sh r.-
: -
I-laced In nomination Colin C. WyUie.jr said land. '"'z: DeWttt juaith. of Oxford.: Fla.
: of l3rookswilleand spoke eloquently Young Ammons; charged with the improved them each year. by selecting purposes, and to establish his claim. ErnIe; Van tspeu Pan. France 34 hires Pack Morer ol Sammerfieid Pta Sam Morert
f. Devant. to said land before Clerk Circuit courtat O. T Green. Ocala. Florida. i share of Summerffeld, Fla R, D Morer,.f Summer- -
and enthusiastically of his larceny of ten. dollars at the Florida my seed from only large of the subscribing mcorporatnrs. field. FU.ix .
L the signature
Ocala.. Fla. on Witness
W. C. ROBIKSOX. Register.
f \." services to the "lost cause." The motion House some time ago entered a pleaof and well shaped" melons, I havethem Monday, the 26th day of Feb., 1906. EYILE. VAN _.,?_-,. 1 -lNOTIC

- 'ti. placing General Devant in nomi- guilty before Judge Bell Tuesday.It dried in the snide, which He names as witnesses: I Three hundred and forty eight shares -.

nation was seconded by several and seems he Is now in trouble with the will when properly planted always I W. L. Brooks of Holder Fla. COUN O. T GREEN C. "'YLLI one share.. JR.one share -

as the camp was unanimous in his United States authorities. come up as they are sound and. L. TV". Brooks of Holder, Fla.S. State of Florida.

i F favor, Adjutant E. T. Williams was falL I have 1500 Ibs. of choice P. Potter of Iverness Fla. Marion I byncrmfy that before ne personally IntbecircuitCoortoItbeFitthJiidiciaircuitotFlorida in and for Marion: County.In Chancery .

; instructed to cast the thirteen votes i Mrs. Clara Alberty, of Hutson, HUla seed to offer at 50c per lb. When S. S. Savage of: Ocala Fla. peared and Cohn a C T Green.Wyllie each jr. of nd whom hmile: ar,Van to Arthur Lewis. Complainant vs. Elizabeth
Espt'n Defendant-Order For Constructive
I for him. and he was unanimously declared the guest of Mrs. N. A. :Wallace at you send your order for seed and Any and all persons claiming adversely me wen known as the person incorporation who subscribed and each to Lewis, Service..

T 4 the choice of the :Marion coun- her home in the fourth ward. After wish me to do so, I will instruct the above described lands are of the whom foregoiog acknowledged article"ol before me that he I IT Is ORDERED THAT THE DEPENDAin
requested to file their claims In this said articles of incorporation as one named to-wit: Elizabeth Lewis oe and
several day's visit here she will go to how to prepare, fertilize and signed the of .t
ty camp. you office on or before said 26th day of of the subscribers to said articles and each she Is hereby required to appear to the bill
s General Devant is magnificent Tampa for a visit to her son. Mr. cultivate.. Let your order come in said subscribing incorporato-s acknowledgedbefore complaint in this cause I February 1906. me that be had subscribed for the Monday, tAe jtft day February, A.D.-I9u6.
i 'Confederate Wallace. at once. I sold the same kind of set his; name.
he enlisted in the Kurtz capital stock opposite
gentlemen; W. G. ROBINSON. Register. amount commissioned It is further ordered that a copy of this order
dul
; service as captain of the University seed over S. C.. Ga..and FUu last This notice must be published oncea I further certify: and that that I am my a commission) as such be published once e week for eight consecutive
: notary public -
Rifles of South Carolina and Miss Sallie CamP. after spending year which gave perfect satisfac- week .for nine consecutive weeks in official is now of in September force and does A.D.not.. 1909.expire until weeks io tn the said Ocala county Banner and slate.a newspaper- published .

Christmas and New Year holiday nearest the the }th lay set This Mth. day of Nor. 190$- -: -
hereunto
his record throughout the war was j the tion. a newspaper published in witness hereof I h-ve my seal) S. T. SISTRCXK. -
the red t
that of a dashing, daring, brave and season _at home in this city. left Sat- land. and must also be posted In a hand and affixed my official &ea1lhi.s EDwiN SPESCEX Clerk Circuit Court
..
December 5.
ol 9
Baltimore to resume her I. FURHAN ST L conspiculous* place In the land office day ;T.E.BICG Marion County Pta
. .: courageous officer and is without spot urday for l : !, I Notary Public. Complainants Solicitor.by H.C,Sistruak...C

;$ vr blemish. studies. ,- 4 Blackville. S. C. for the.same period. 12-22. [5L5L4 S, .

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.'Western religious, paper, coming ::
t. our table this morning after quot- .
img an 'editorial from Our Dumb Animals .
.'on college hazing, adds "Mr..Angcll JAKE 3
reminds us of another man who : ABE THE :

like .himself,has admirable qualities II .
aid does good things but makes sure I ell ,
.f speaking well of Catholics when he '
sees an opportunity.." :
Answer: "Why shouldn't"we? Cath- .
.. llcs have been of wonderful assistance iii
to us in our work.' Archbishop TE o o
; Williams was one of the first to join :
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.. ear Parent Band of Mercy, the Cath- .
( oHc Bishop of Chicago rendered us In- .F ___ t
ftaltely important aid in establishing .. ..... :

the Illinois .Humane Society, the : .. .
Catholic priest at Jacksonville, Flor- ... '
ida, was one of the most earnest to f .. ;
aid us in starting a society in that d .... .: : :, _ii m /&JSSSlKftt gSCO r "fFglit > :;."',. -, ._.'. '" .:: .

'' oar kjr.school'committee' When we asked to permission address all of :ell .. '::.'; "" '.. <.. '. .' .. ;. ,' ". ,, .. ==

the public schools of Boston one"tour 41 .. .. .
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each, the first to rise and move the .
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uaanlmous permission granted us was :

'4 _. a clared double-pneumonia Catholic by the lawyer.eminent, on When what specialist we was lay,from with dee G G | We aim to please our trade by' giving them. theE ;

:Boston to-be our deathbed: Patrick A. :
onahoe, leaving his pressing busi- .

BOSS comfort, came us.several These miles are only to cheer a few and of 1 i, .e best that can be bought at living. prices, which we .

Many reasons why we should tell as : _i ---
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't," treely do.the mals.-good Geo.,\of T.things Catholics Angell which, .in as Our of we Dumb Protestants think Ani they t I G lIS G G! | understand" to be a legitimate profit. As Prices are :


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;.- Monument: -Southern, Women. II.IS. always Governed by the Quality Purchased. ..

The Journal.feels particularly proud d ; '
of ,the appearance of a portion of last G "
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flBBday's! paper-the supplement headC&iii E .. ..... ... o :
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ci "Our Women in the War" This fill .
w was issued in the Interest of the G ,
;. Movement which has for its object the : We Handle Three Lines of Goods ---G-- .-

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erection ,of a. lasting memorial to the '
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.ble and. devoted women of the 411 :
Southern Confederacy The special fa -
edition was edited and managed by :
those having charge of the movement; G
Cn.. C Irvine Walker, representing d Good fetter and Best t
"tk the Confederate veterans and the G .
seas of the Confederate veterans, be : ,
J.2 the manager, and Mrs. W. H. Fel- II ....
ten, of Georgia, the editor of the ediG
-g. Awl its to which want for :
tion.supplements The ,practice the matter of issuing whereof these is : up you yon we

compiled and edited by the leaders of ..
the movement, in connection,wtth var- .. I
t I.Jl9 papers throughout the south, ', ,sell our Goods Strictly on their Merits. -, bWe

should, have the effect of greatly advancing : r.41 .
the work. '41
There is not in all history a more 411 .>"
iaapiring tale' than the story of the G .

devotion of the women of the Confederacy : ..... ',
f They prove themselves heroine -
of the type that live forever in .
and story-brave, seif-sacrlflc- \
BOBS iBg, practical. It Is the purpose of : allow no:: 1Vlisrepresentation as to Qua1itY.All

the veterans and the sons of veterans .:I It. .
build a permanent memorial of .
some sort to them in each of the '
elates"which seceded.. The appeal should cora : | Articles sold must be as represented or your' money ,
fund. to make this possible 4 y
meet,with a ready ,response.-Atlanta '
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-' News gave the following account of, : ---- :"I
the death of a tramp; ,
". "One of' the saddest sights we ,ever

witnessed. was. on yesterday. when We are Exclusive Agents for: .
?' arer at the undertaker's we lookedupanthe :
form of a dead tramp, found r
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at the Inge switch, five miles east of 41

town overtook downfall Tuesday is him unknown and night.sitting,The but cause down the of night upon his '.. Chase. & Sanborn's' Famous Coffees and Teas. ;' .::,; .:. :


the embarkment, he had chilled to \ '..- ,- ----- ..'


death where draggled.The and he. was rolled'found down, muddy the and incline be- Royal Scarlet Canned Goods.Tetley's .i : ;. .J':< < ,:

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,man was old and emaciated; '' -. ''''
hU clothes torn and patched and his '
lug hair thickly sprinkled with gray, :
Approximately his age was about 60, as also Dr. Shepard inersTeas. -

.; height 5 fet 9 inches and weight 140 .
= .unds. His body and clothes. were .

covered with lime and grime present ......... ....4fJ! :.
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lag a. loathsome spectacle..
r. It is hard to imagine,that a human


'being wretched.belt could and To get human ba traveling in, f a,ympathy.condition so far from exposed so Remember: The Ham What Am I-

to the'retched weather, deprived
of every comfort and then to
,' die like a dog.
::. Such things have been noted by 4 'T"lie Star. : .J

many reporters., Presumably he was 4uar
the
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r I : ian of a happy home or the : ,
:. cherished son of fond parents. Dissipation I I
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recognizing place as home and 4
(Mf claiming no ties. And yet this almost j
: invaribly is the end of the tramp. 4 j Pla.ce
: To live worse than a dog to be
burled with 'less sympathy than a l :
faithful. dog may claim! What a 4
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I Rev. and Carlisle avoid P.bad B. company.Martin, ., L. L. D.

k Of Waverly. Texas writes: "Of a I'j -POT ROCEE
--: morning when first arising I often
find troublesome. collection of phel- .
Rd' egm which produces a cough and is .
;; very hard to dislodge; but a ,small
.. Quantity o fBallard's. Horehound Syrup j >
will at once dislodge it,-and the trou-
ble is over I know'of no medicine j .
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that IseQual: to it.,and it is so pleas- ,
ant to take. I'can most,cordially recommend
t it to all persons needing a I I
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PREPARATIONS FOR RECEPTION, THE GREEN AND GAYNOR CASE GEORGIA FIELD TRIALS!
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DAVID S WOODROWI:
ProsScutidn as Evidence Furnished'
> Presentation Will be Made on Board After Long Struggle Alleged Conspirators .. Sportsmen Enjoying Trials at Way- .

}, by Them ,Before Garfield Investigation by:Mayor Rhett and Committee Will be Tried in United nesboro Finest Dogs in the World t REAL ESTATE- _
Led to Indictments. / .Charleston to to Pacific .
/ go States Court ;in Savannah. Will Participate. '.

Ocean. Room 12, Postoffice Block, Ocala, Fla. :;

Chicago Ill. January 9.-The trial / Special to the Ocala 'Banner: Special to the Ocala Banner; .

L against the. beef packers indicted for Special to the Ocala Banner: Savannah, Ga., January 9.-The Waynesboro, Ga., January 9.-Hunt- ZEdUTT PROPERTY OH PUBLIC SQUARE. ,-':'r
Charleston. S. C., Jan. Thousands
|_i conspiracy to 'Violate the anti-trust, 9.- trial of Benjamin D. Green -and CoL ers and dog lovers: from all parts of The two story brick house on this''property must be removed and it
of visitors from all of the "
parts '
f'* laws, opened today, in the United, state have arrived here, awaiting the John F. Gaynor, on the charges of con- the country are among the many hundreds will be sold cheap as it stands. The corner lot with 35 feet frontage ea .
spiracy to defraud the United States the public is still unsold. .
district square -
|r States court. There are'in all I of interested spectators who are .' .
arrival of the cruiser Charleston whichis Government and ,presenting of false .

:;./ twenty-one. persons and corporations due at this port today and will probably accounts, In connection with the, Sav- |assembled here to attend the fourth an- ZEBUTT PROPERTY ON MAGNOLIA ST. and NORTH FIRSTS! .

"4 under Indictment, and the hearing is remain here until Friday. The annah harbor improvement, was begun nual meeting ()fhe Georgia Field

keld to decide the ten special pleas for cruiser was named after this city and before the United 'States court today. Trial Association. Eleven letters and 6 The North west corner, lot 29 feet facing Magnolia street and 84 feet Lon

,> Immunity raised by the defendants. the citizens are no lithe proud of the Abraham H. Ross, of New: York. pointers have been entered for the North First street facing the Government Public Building site is stlM

The verdict of the jury will only decide fine ship which bears the name of their acted as the principal attorney for trial and among them are some of the unsold, also the lot immediately south of it 28 feet by 84 feet t.OCKL0WAHA .

t: whether the packers are to be city. To show their pride in the ship the defense. He will be assisted at the finest and best trained dogs in the '
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tried later on the main charges. in and their appreciation of the honor trial by Col. Meldrum and other I United States. There 2te prabablyno M HMMHMMB J ,s,T._:

; the case or go free altogether, because conferred upon Charleston by namingone prominent lawyers.The finer bird dogs in the world than The lot known as the Philbrick lot on the south side of this avenna : -pO
the laws they are entitled to immunity of the finest cruisers of two defendants were brought of those entered for today's trial.
under the Amer- some between the residence tof Mrs Austin and Mr. T. B. Snyder is for sale., :: .
; from prosecution if, as they as- ican navy after it, the citizens have back from Canada on a request of the Much pains and patience has been This is a large lot having 140 feet frontage and being 244 feet deep' and U *,,:,_ <4
sect they furnished evidence against raised a fund and have had a magnifi- United States Government for their spent in training the dogs during the well above the.level of the street. -. : i

themselves during the investigation, cent solid silver punch bowl with plat- extradition and that fact will prob- I past year and fine sport may be ex- -

and which evidence, it is declared by ter and ladle of the same material ably be used by the defense to confinet' j pected. The conditions are almost 'jYOOD 'a ," LAKE{ WEIR ::,.
the defendants was used against made, which will be presented to the trial to two counts of the indictment ideal. The reservation, on which the

them to bring the indictment.The ship on this occasion. which are included in the termsof trials are held include about 12,000 I have a small furnished cottage for rent at this beautiful resort. -

selection of the jury consumed The most elaoorate preparationshave the extradition treaty between the acres, is located near this town and Terms. on application.

considerable time. In all there were been made for the reception and United States and Canada. has the important advantage, that '
!00 veniremen summoned. Eleven, of entertainment of the officers ,and men There are in all four charges there is always a sufficient amount of SUGPR( HaMMOCK PLANTATION Of 500 ACRES AT MARTIN.

the eighty-two were preemptorily challenged of the Charleston. For this evening a against the defendants, first, -conspiracy game to be found there. During the
is for rent for this year. This property is suitable for pasture or will ,
by the government and eight reception for the officers of the Char- to defraud the United States Gov- last four years the fame of the Way- subdivide to suit tenants. ': .

by the packers. The jury consists of: leston has"been arranged to which the, ernment; second presenting false accounts nesboro grounds have spread all a
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Joseph VC. Walker, carpenter and farmer officers of the Texas Arkansas, Nevada -> ; third, embazzlement, and through the country and even .across }

Mandata; ,George 'Rupright, carpenter and Florida and of the torpedo fourth, receiving money that belonged the ocean and among the spectators

I Mt Carroll; P. K. Cross, real boats, now in the harbor will also be to the government, knowing it to attending the trial are several Eng- 11 -- ---'.- III
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f estate dealer, Morris; Geo. W. Monday, invited. have been embezzled.It lish sportsmen, Capt. F. L. Stone, of c..
a real estate dealer Earlville; R. B. The beautiful presentation services is maintained by the defense that { Atlanta is the president of the field
Mules! flules!
! Graham, retired farmer, Sycamore; J. ''I will take place tomorrow. The bowl the crime of conspiracy not being Included trial association, :Mr. T. T. Ashford, '3 3f

, W. Miller,. stock raiser,, Savannah- ; M. and accessories, enclosed In a massive in the extradition treaty the of Birmingham, England a distin- ,,
1 I J. Helm, proprietor of a furniture stor- case, will be taken on board the Char- government has no right to try the guished field trial manager, will act '

age house, Chicago; W. H. Loomis, leston by a steam launch, which will I prisoners on the charge. as judge at today's trials.

real estate dealer Sycamore; R. C. also carry Mayor Rhett and the mem- : The trial will probobly last several Mr. W. A. Griffith of Valdosta '

Smith, prInter; Rockford; Guarld G. bers of the presentation committee. days. BRANN ON MAN. .1 ,

j! Paarce farmer Yorkville; Henry Win- Mayor Rhett will deliver the presen- '

,, ser. ; farmer, Waupannee; John S. Lee tation address. It is expected that Riverside Orange Crop Saved FromFreezin'g. The place to take the measure of a \ Ga., has for sale or trade'at Mr. J. R

''i dairy farmer Elgin. The case will be I Secretary of the Navy Bonaparte will man is not in the forum or the field
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be present at the He has not the market place or the amen
tried before Judge J. Otis Humphrey. ceremony. jon
J been especially invited for the occa- After two days trial to have a "kill- corner, but his own fireside. There he 1 Martin's stables a shipment of the ..

Townsend-Zimmerman. sion, but was not able to make a defi- ing .frost," and each time being defeated lays aside his mask, and you may .

nite promise, owing to the pressure ofbuslnt'ss by the warm north wjnd, the judge whether he is.imp or angel, kingor
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of the weather bureau succeeeded in locat- hero humbug. I care not largest mules the markets offer.
'Mr. Elias Philip Townsend, of Mar- during the early days cur, or
tin,' and Miss Katherine Leonara sesssion of congress after. the holiday ing one here on Sunday morning. After what the world says-whether it .
Zimmerman were married Sunday recess. Tomorrow evening the officersof sunset on Saturday the mercury crowns him with bays or pelts him 1 'I ,

morning at half past eight o'clock at the Charleston and also Secretary commenced to drop rapidly and at 10 with bad eggs; I care not a copper You should see them.

the home of the bride's parents, Mr. Bonaparte, should he come will be p. in. it stood at 30 degrees or two be- what his reputation may be; if his ,
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and Mrs. E. M. Zimmerman at Floral the guests of the city at a banquet babies dread his homecoming .
City. I given in their honor. For the Before midnight it had gone down to betterhalf swallows her heart every
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Mr. Townsend is one of Martin's ing day a big hunt afield has fOltOW-1 29 degres and was slowly sinking, time she asks for a ,five dollar bill he'sa Mr." '"

citizens" ranged for the officers of the signs of the redeeming north wind ; fraud of the first water. ........... .,..........
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i and the fair bride is avery ton and the other war ships in the har- this time to head.it off. The city at When the children rush to the front

t. ( charming young woman. The this time was surrounded by a "wallof gate to meet him and love's own sun- S We keep a full stok of :

r t young couple have a great many bor.The punch bowl which will be do- fire,". and the heavy bank of smoke shine illuminates the face of his wifeit LOOK FOR id Joe

friends who will wish them eve})' nated to the Charleston, is of a large lighted by the flames pf the fires, for granted that he is pure gold. ,

happiness in their married life. size and exquisite workmanship. It showed that the orange growers were when she hears his footfall, you take I THE SEAL Old Hare?st !

| The wedding was a very pretty was made in .New York and is orna- alive to the dangers and preparingto for his home is a heaven, and the ;
jr and simple home one and was attended mented with relief scenes of Fort sum- defeat the Frost King in his effortsto humbug never gets that pear to the Bw Old McBrayer I II : f

by quite .a number of the ter, Fort Moultrie, the Battery and St. destroy the citrus crop of the valley. white throne !of God. He may be a
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friends: of the contracting parties. I Michael's church and also the seals of The flame -clouds of smoke gave a I rank atheist and a red flag anarchist, I Mark Rogers I'
J-t I of Charlestonand wierd appearance to the sky but they and he may RIHdi(
&p. and Mrs. Townsend will be at the navy and the city I I a Mormon a mugwump Ii
',. home. to their friends at Martin. various emblematic designs. I fulfilled their mission and the loss'bythe I I buy votes in blocks of five and bet on S I t Old Charter ..

After her visit to Charleston Commander freeze was reduced to a minimum, I II I.I the election and may deal them from j'J- i I-
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Commodore Vanderbilt Retires. Winslow will take his ship' although the mercury dropped to 25. the bottom of the pack, and drink beer .... fr.( ;: :' ; ::_ Mt. Vernon, .

-- out for her final trial and will then: ; decrees by government-thermometers, until he can't tell a silver dollar froma Af/tifi.., lf{;,"""" ''''\JJ''m' ",,,.,. : ) New, York. Jan. 9.-The. annual,I start for the Pacific coast: The Charleston -.I. and in some localities went even circular saw! and still be infinitelya j-j'J; 'J :; : Cascade and .
meeting the Seawanhaka Corinth- is a protected cruiser of 10.I I lower The battle was a sharp one better man than the cowardly little : : t .
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;r- Jan Yacht Club, which- will be' ''held tons and the first of its class. for the thermometer for eight hours hypocrite who is all suavity in society, f.M. i i I a. I t" I
':\ stood below the freezing point and :, J1.i; :f Other HighGrade lJ" -.
hell-who vents
,; this afternoon a't the residence of Rear- yet makes his home a I" :t .
found while there was a trifle of frosted the helpless heads of his wife /0 1a jt I'
has good I"
> Commodore Frank S. ,Hastings, will The Tampa Times upon ; ii, 'f.: oj
.fruit, the damage was so slight as to the ill-nature that he itJ,.. fL '
: be, pf; special interest, owing to the reasons in the air to put down Governor *, and children "TJ"-\r.n, ,, ) ':"'1 Whiskey, _
t fact, that Commodore W.. K. Vanderbilt reward ,as a candidate. for ther corn-ing would like to Inflict upon his fellowmen -_--"-- ---- -
jr, the present Commodore of'the U. S. Senate at the next primary. ,It. ,I! but he dares not. I can forgive .
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; Club, has decided to retire and will has come to be unwritten law; all over. | season.-Riverside Enterprise Dec. 26.. j I much in that fellow mortal who had An Uuexpeeted Visitor. 8

, <,'.: not.accept another term. It is understood the South that the best if not the only ,1 j rather make men swear than women May be an old friend or a 0 '..' '
t "the Senate is through the Gov-Ii i Leads Singers go to Paris. weep; who would rather have: the hate .
thesteamer road -
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::j that E. C. Benedict, owner: .', V -. .*<* I (I new business acquaintance. l } (8
" Oneida ;-rho. has>. been nomin- e nor's-office: .. "It sometimes happensto j of the world than the contempt of his Be ready for him with a A
i Club- ,*'' be the wrong road but 'lt'itrstill-re*, Special to the Ocala Banner. '\ wife; who would rather call anger" to assorted whkies 'j "
: of the of
ated by ghegtrdstees; i1li .*-' ,1- & case ,
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The famous Leeds
V Leads, Jan. 9.
be the< unanimous choice for Cqmrao-f mains .a popular route. The next Serf- the eyes of a king than fear to the rye barbon, Scotch, hish;
dore.. If Mr. Be-nt'diC't' Elected,' as:; atoria' struggle in'Florida is going to Chorus, of 25 vocalists', and considered I face" of a child.-Brann's Iconoclast. W brandies, winesetc.. We 0 ,

-*j there Is"::'no doubt: he 'will, It 'will be' be'T. mighty 'lnterest1ng'one -and 'will ed \ of the. finest bodies of singers I I e, will put you up a dozen or ) 8a.
in the world, started today for Paris, Railway, Freight and Baggage Men _
entries. The .
shew strong presence / jRrt
i the second time that he becomes Com- some more quart bottles to meet e
to sing at.the London Orchestra con- Meet. '
modore of the club. He was Commodore of Governor Broward among just such emergencies and
certs to be given in that city during I Lancaster, Penn., Jan. 9.-The bii I I tJ 1 WL
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i in 1893 and Vice..Commodore3ini 1 them is likely to make it a very stren- I! you'll not "go broke" ,
the season. The committee in i ennial convention of the Grand Ci '
at'air.-LIve: Oak Democrat. present, i .:
(j I 1893:4, uous i\'iS-1 either, ,.paying for.the good ', .
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: charge of the enterprise will pay rail- | ion of the Brotherhod of v () .-
.y--- .; W goods we supply. j I
;i..! Celebrating Battle- of New Orleans.' Rev' and Mrs. J. J?. Hilburn and I I. way and turbans steamer expenses i Freight and Baggagemen of America I II 0 ,

------ | Master Oscar Hilburn will leave in a )i from Leeds to Paris and return and I opened here this morning at the grand I o 5) .'

1 Special to the Ocala Banner: i next week for Live Oak where they 1 all hotel expenses in Paris for all the J division headquarters with a large attendance fl" -

Baltimore, lid., Jan. 8.-The Maryland I I will reside for the coming year. Mr. singers and the reserves. The flatter of delegates from all partsof .

,,,-':, Society' of the War of 4812 will Hilburn is the presiding elder for the are necessary owing to the strict rules the country. President Robert P. OC1LA HOUSE WINE ROOMSLANDS. :

...] celebrate anniversary, of the Battle !' Jacksonville district and the district and high standards of the chorus. Any Neil opened the convention and delivered :

of New Orleans by a banquet, this f parsonage is located at Live Oak. The singer who misses a rehearsal be- his annual a qress. Many important .. ............... s..e.
evening. Mr. Wm. M. Marine will I Hilburns have rented their attractive ,. comes disqualified and the vacancy is I matters will come up for '
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be the principal speaker of the occa- j little Orange avenue cottage to Dr. at once filled from a list of eligible reserves I for consideration during the three days

sion. and Mrs. W. H. Powers;; who will move who invariably attend the re- I Iof the convention. :
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j Into it in a couple of weeks. I i hearsals in the hope of being included I :

Editor Graves ,of the Atlanta News, I 1 in the regular chorus. 'I Ha.i Leased Hotel land3 wish to sell lease or rent "" .
has started presidential. boom for Mr. and Mrs. George R. McKean fMr. If you have you .,- i,

Joe Bailey of Texas Why should he have moved into the little cottage on MayorIcCleUan: promises to give Hampton S. Chambers Sr. of or if you want to buy lands for farming/grazing, ': .

abandon Hearst? their Fort King avenue lot. They expect New York a clean and honest admin- I this city, has leased the Carolina Ho- turpentining or lumber purposes, "'r. _

in couple of months to begin > istration. If he does and we believe | tel at Micanopy and will assume Write to .

The Gainesville, Sun wittily remarks the erection of their new home and that he will, the democratic party will | charge of it on February first '. -

that Ocala's\ carnival "has seventeen until it is finished they will live in the say to him: "Good and faithful servant j Mr. Chamber's friends hope that he BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.
higher!" McClellan is a I will be successful in his new un-
queens who are receiving the votes of cottage. They will, take their mealsat ;, go up very
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Ithe next lower ones in the deck." :Mrs. W. J., Phillips. clean good, honest and strong man. I dertaking. OCALA, FLORIDA.
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IMPORTANT TO MIUTARY MEN. tary matters not reserved to otherauthirity I mander 13 faithfully pursued; that instruction STRONG FEELING AGAINST HIM. I condemnation of the land needed for mated that

particularly the inspection, is carefully, intelligently and I the project and it is believed that work would be no more thaaf
would make /f. th"
Adjutant General Foster Issues Orders of troops to gee that they are at all I correctly given by company officers, j W BK H work will be begun earIin the $350,000 which
canal on record Wi ith
to State Troops. times properly supplied, equipped and that no portion of the work is United States District Attorney Will t spring. cheapest ship
and privat
4 : structed, disciplined and prepared In-I omitted. Where organizations appear The canal yould extend from Jersey the state of New Jersey '
Make Determined Effort to Convict interested in itit I '-
State of Florida Adjutant General's active duty; conforming to I Jo be deficient in any
', Office Tallahassee Jan. 3, 1906General and orders from the office of the ad- i. and it is apparent that such drill has Captain Van Schaick-Other indictments I one m'te long, two hundred feet wide thought that there will be little dim.-

Orders No. 1.-I. The work of jutant-general of the state. He is primarily not been thoroughly understood and Pending. l and deep enough for the largest freight dully .in acquiring the necessary Ian

k the Florida State Troops at the recent charged with the discipline and mastered, in the time allotted under the I ship Its terminals will probably bet as nearly all the rights of way invob4j
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? ". encampment at Orlando and Lake instruction of the troops of his command prescribed course, It will be the duty used for dock purposes and it is esti ed have long since. elapsed. 1

1- \' City and the conditions 'in the several and should assure himself by cf the post commander to order such Special to the Ocala Banner. I :;;;,:

L } {= organizations as developed the latest personal investigation and observationthat extra drills and cause such extra instructions New York 'January 10.-The trial .. ,', '- --- :TOUR .-'-, ,
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F ; inspections, seem to indicate the all officers and men under him to be given as will enable of Capt. William Van Schaik, forme P :! .__ : .. ._'_- ._.__._ ,

or, absence of any definite and, progress- are efficient in the performance of the organization to satisfactorily proceed -' commander of the excursion steamer i

; lye program for drill and exercises duty and the troops art thoroughly with the course They will personally BUYER IS
General Slocum, the ill fated boat,
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.: throughout the year. Exclusive of encampments instructed in their field duties and supervise the drill and practical -

tactical exercises. instruction at their which burned in the East River 01
Post
lap the time which may be pobts.

4; .c, ; devoted to practice in militia organIzations From time to time he should report commanders are also especially reo tired June 15, 1904, while it had a larga

" '; i Is. ,limited to about, or per for the information of the commander- to see that target practice is conducted Sunday School excursion on board, .cf IN NEw Yo1cHe

\ > haps under, 100 hours per year, divid- in-chief the names of any and all offi- and reports thereof made in which, one thousand, mostly women T j

[ ed into fifty two weekly drills. Con- cers of his command who are believed accordance 'with the authorized firing and children, lost their lives began :

.," sidering all that must be learned before to be permanently incapable, from regulations and orders from the officeof today before Judge Thomas in the -
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a uniformed individual becomes any cause, of performing the duties of the Adjutant-General of the state Federal circuit court.

it_ :' justly entitled to the designation of their sev'eral.grades.. The brigade and, under the direction of higher Capt. Van Schaik is charged with has just sent 'us a few Lad-

- i "soldier" and before an organization commander should annually announcein authority, will supervise the theoretical negligence in the performance of

at r I can attain that degree of efficiency orders, the period of the year to instruction of the officers "of their his duties as commander of the Slocum Pest and Skirts which were

y which will afford proper protection to be devoted to practical Instruction In command, requiring them to pursue and it is understood that Gen. HenryL. Jackets ,
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i x its members-not to speak of the community drill and other military exercises pre- the course of study prescribed for Burnett the United States district ;

-it must surely be seen that scribing their character and the time i "The Service School of Florida State attorney, who represents the state or bought very cheap. To sell these ,

4 unless this limited amount of time to be devoted thereto. He should also Troops." rather the United States Government,

,. .e available for military duty be so divided designate the period in each year for : Orders for Course 'of Drill. will make a determined effort to obtain : goods quick we will give good inducements

and apportioned as to provide theoretical instruction, to be conducted III. As soon after the receipt of this a conviction. i

c '-, for a course o't instruction that will in accordance with orders from the order as practicable the brigade com- The case is still fresh in the m*!mury Everything in our ,

be progressive through the various office of the adjutant-general of the mander will announce in orders a of the people, although a year and a .

tit _< branches of military work the organIzations state. course of drill and practical instruc- half has elapsed since the terrible dis winter is
store pertaining to wear
t" ,.. can never hope to realize the Regimental commanders should con- tion, to be followed by the troops of aster. In thousands of homes the loss .

purposes for which they have been es- tinually labor for .the instruction and his command during the first quarter of a dear relative or friend, who hst sacrificed in order to makes

; tablished. efficiency of their regiments. They of the current year; prescribing its, their lives in the Slocum disaster, is being

As it takes something more than a should encourage among their officers character and the time to be devoted deeply mourned and the strong fetl- I '

}- I commission, a uniform and a sword harmonious relations and a friendly thereto. This course should be based ing against Copt. Von Schaik, who is, I room for the Spring and Summer ,

.;' to make an officer, so it takes some- spirit of emulation in the performanceof upon a carefully prepared program of to a great extent held responsible for

: thing more than the'voluntary assembly duty. Their timely interference to the work, which, from his knowledgeof the terrible loss of lives; has not t e- I Goods, which will begiq} to arrive 1

?; of a dozen or more members each prevent disputes, their advice to the conditions in the troops may be cresed much since then. :

week, a roll call and a few movements inexperienced, an-1 immediate censureof undertaken and accomplished within Public opinion demands that severe n shortly I I :
,
in the "manual of arms" and any conduct liable to produce dis- the year. It is suggested that the first punishment be meted out to those who I .j

"school of the soldier," repeated week sension in the regiment or to reflect course should commence with such were responsible for the edisaster and
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after week without variation, to pert discredit upon it are of great impor- elementary practice as will insure the up to the present time comparatively I

fect a military company. But the results tance in securing and maintaining its perfect understanding and appreciation little has been dane to satisfy this demand I ,

.. show that this course has been efficiency. In such efforts they should of what is required to be learnedin 1 THE BOSTON STORE. :

t?. folowed at many stations of the Flor- receive the loyal support of their sub- the "school of the soldier," and of Steamboat Inspector Lundberg, to r

? ida' State Troops,. and it is a fault ordinates. They should supervise the the squad to qualify members of all whose lax: methods it was due that >
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which must be corrected if the State's instruction of the officers of their immediate -. organizations for the more advanced rotten and worthless life preservers _: -. ', .... ". .. _:-' .--\It'-jI. __I', :''.'&' : ..-_-- 1 )
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military force is to be brought to a commands and should inspect drill and exercise swhich must follow. were allowed on the General Slocum, .

1 proper standard of efficiency and rendered the companies located at their own Perfect physical condition, proper which, instead of saving lives, caused .

I effective in the degree contemplated home stations at least once. a month "set-up" and military bearing, "snap"in the death of many people on that ill- "

by congress and the state leg- and all other companies of their own the execution of commands, neat- fated steamer, who depended upon

islature when enacting laws designedto regiments as often as opportunity is ness and precision in dress, knowledgeof these life preservers for their safety,

make the organized militia "the afforded. military courtesy and of the obli- has been tried three times on the Girst i

second line. of defense," a co-ordinate They should at all times, by personal gations of discipline are lesons which charge of criminel negligence in Issu-
I
t branch of the army of the United observation and thorough correspondence bust be fully learned by the individual ing certificate to the General Slo- ,
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,, States, as well as a strong and adequate keep in close touch with soldier before he can be successfully cum, but in each case the jury disa- j

force for state purposes in securing the units of their commands, satis- advanced to work in the squad and gred.

a :, the enforcement of law and or- fying themselves that the progressive company. Indictments in connection with the girls need care, advice and medicine,

J der. I course of theoretical and practical instruction The program of drill and Instruc- disaster are still pending against
especially the
on reaching age of puberty. Amother's '
'
: ;' Lack of Study Shown. which. has been prescribed tions for the year should embrace at Frank H. Barnaby, president of the -i

.. As has already been pointed out by for them is being faithfully pursued by least four practice marches, of not less Knickerbockt/r Steamboat Companyand tender care and words of caution will

R; t <, inspecting officers, much valuable time all organizations. They should main- than five miles, for the troops at each the directors of that concern often accomplish wonders. As for medicine, a "I;

> was occupied during the resent: encampments tain a uniform standard of efficiency post and at least four company ren-
t gentle safe and
reliable
''a r in elementary work with throughout their regiments aiding dezvous for target practice. BIG SHIP CANAL strengthening tonic is 'I;

which it might reasonably be expected with advice and counsel such organi- By command of the Governor: Wine of Cardui, J:
FOR NEW YORK CITY.
'- ; I that all officers and enlisted men zations as fall below it through causes J. CLIFFORD R. FOSTER, It will prevent and relieve pain regulate the

: would have been thoroughly familiar which are susceptible of remedial action : Adjutant-General, Major-General, F. 'I'

> before leaving their home stations. and promptly reporting all others I S. T.The Will Add Over Seven Miles of Water functions, clear the complexion and strengthenthe

This was not only the case Jast year, to higher' authority In other constitution. .
: words, it is expected and required that Florida Editors Are All Front-Big Advantage to Commercial ,
but the year before, and Jn fact, every 'Right. It is valuable
I a medicine for
growing girls. It
regimental commanders snail maintainand -
Interests.
year so far, and can only be attributed )
exercise command and control of Touching the denial by the Llve has tided thousands over a critical period and '
: to lack of preliminary and'progressive .
: '' their regiments throughout the entire Oak Democrat of Governor Broward'a Special to the Ocala_ Banner. saved them from years of suffering. It can
study and drill at the home stay :year and not simply during the period never ,
y -i tions. charges of venality against a few Flor- New York, Jan. 10.Preliminarymeasures do harm and is to do
sure
when they are assembled for field In- good. i
ida editors, atention is called to the have been taken for the cut-
i If it is desired to fix the responsibility struction. They should also satisfy A relief or cure for all female
: ," '. fact that the editor of the Zolfo Ad- disorders in girls B
for these conditions it must ,be themselves by personal investigationthat pen I'
vertiser claims have and '
to positive evidence women.
placed upon the commanding officers regimental
staff officers are pro- the Hackensack and the Hudson riv- .
of the truthfulness of the
xx who are charged with the duty of perly performing their duty, and par- gover- I At every druggist's in $1.00 bottles it. '
1 nor's allegations. We suppose that ers, which, when completed, will add i, Try
prescribing and supervising the drill ticularly al Ipublic! property is being 1I
I the Advertiser has in mind the fact nearly seven miles and one halt to the >
b-
and instruction of their commands. safely protected
properly used and I that harbor frontage of New Yprk, from an
pne editor offered for a
pecun-
:.. There are in the state service a great accounted for. ,
J iary consideration, to support Hon. J. almost direct water connection between WINE
many capable. an dexperienced officers Post Commander's Responsibility. s
N. C. Stockton in the senatorial race, this city and Newark relieve
but unfortunately some tof these, seemingly The commander of a post is respon- CARDUI
while another editor who was already existing congestion, which has com- _
content with the service they sible for its safety and defense, and ,
supporting a rival candidate claimed pelled several steamchip lines to seek OF
have previously rendered, and willingto for the discipline, drill and Instruc- :
and received financial help for his facilities elsewhere, and prove of immense I
hold high rank though not to perform tion of the troops at such post. He
services.In advantage to commercial Inter- I
.. the duties or accept the respon- is responsible for the preservationand : ,
the later case, pay was not de- ests. C. Smith-
sibilities
which it
involves, have lately proper application of C. V. Robert
public property manded in advance, as in the former. Representative W. H. Wiley, of Or- ,
show a disposition. hang on and for the strict
enforcement of
,c. drift rather Now if we accept these two as instances ange N. J., has introduced a concur- SMITH & ROBERTS. s
than to take a hand at laws and regulations of his commandat
of the rent resolution in providingfor
correctness of the congress
,: the oars. A more active policy upon least ,once a month gover- I
; preferably on
I nor's charges, there remain about a a survey of a ship canal from Newark Funeral Directors and
...:, the part of these officers might possi- the last regular drill night and should Licensed Embalmers !
;' have hundred and fifty more editors in to New York, and he has the sup- )
bly saved the service
the criticisms
satisfy himself
by frequent LATEST METHODS. *
: personal BEST GO ODS.
port not only of his constituents but WORK
I Florida who are innocent. This GUAR NTEED.
pro-
,
:: recently bestowed by the United examination that all persons responsible 'Telegraph orders receive prompt atte ntion, and I Ion
portion of'enal to corruptible mencertainly also of the great railroad and ship- embalming done anywhere
'
,
States
inspectors, who said "The
: : for
1 public short notice.
property are faithfullyand <0
speaks well for the high ping interests which would be directly .._
is "
trouble too
many Inefficient officers. properly caring for and account- I
\ '- character of the profession, for even affected. Preparations are also under -
A
Good
Suggestion. ing for the same, making such
reportof
to have the New leg- OCALl FURNITURE
Jersey
The the ministerial profession can hardly way COMPANY
commander-in-chlef feels that these inspections and examinationsas
it make a better showing.-Punta Gor- islature authorize the purchase of ;
+ S will not be inappropriate just now, the brigade or regimental comman-
da Herald.
when plans for the ensuing year must: der may direct. -
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; be made, to to all -
say officers. irrespective As measures of discipline
post com-
Holidays for the Present Year.
0.. of.grade, who do not feel able manders are charged with the duty of VV'V'ANW\f, 4NVANMi
IS; '' to give time and attention .
to the service -
.. establishing summary courts, and of In 1906 no days will occur on
commensurate with the importance Inf>rcing the attendance at all stated
Sunday New Year's day was onM01..l.1Y
and dignity of the positions to and special drills of such members of l
Washington's birthday will CAPITAL.
which they have been y"S i
may appointed, al' organizations as are not regularly be on Thursday, Memorial day on : -
that they'owe it to themselves and to | excused.
Wednesday, Independence day on
'. ,the state to give place to those ,who. The law requires that at least two "

i '. ,though perhaps less experienced possess drills shall be held Wednesday and Labor day on lion- } S 2
each
month, and
day. Other special dajs are Valen X 50,000.00 J > vv {
4
the inclination and
enthusiasmS it is the duty of post commanders too tine's day on Wednesday, Hallow-e'en % )

S dtherefore may be relied upon t see that this requirement is compliedwith. ,
on Wednesday Thanksgiving. :9,
develope the ability-necessary to per- The attendance should never be and Christmas There
on
Tuesday.
'
.: form such duties 'as may be expected allowed to fall below two-thirds the President, T. T. MUXROE. i
will be
only one eclipse, that of the. \ : .i
and required of them. actual enlisted strength of -
an organization
moon, visible in this
locality during
Hut the object of this order Is not and furloughs in excess of one- : Vice-President, Z. C. CHAMBLISS ,
I. the
This
will be at
jear. midnight onFebruary
so much to fix: responsibility. for. whathas : third the strength should not be Cashier, GEO. H. FORD. J
8 and will be a total eclipse.
\ : passed as to outline, prescribe and granted. When it is found that men Asst. Cashier, J. B. BROOKS.

:., insist upon a plan of action for the are being carried the
upon rolls who Sir. E. C. McLeod has just returned
future which will insure better results, have been long absent from S
the
post from a trip to South Carolina, where
: ; and the commander-in-chief takes oc- without leave, or who have
perma- the members of his family held a reunion -
'.' casjon in this, his first order of the
t- nently removed without applying for
during the Christmas holidays I "
-: new ,year? to express his appreciationof discharges, it is the dutw of post com One brother and sister"ere from

f '- the faithful service which has been 1
manders to that
see
'.; proper action is Texas and others were from various I DIRECTORS.
N performed the troops, as a whole. taken looking to their immediate discharge states. Mr. McLeod has not seen !

in the past and he hopes that they or, if they are in desertion, to some of the family in twenty years

will so apply themselves to their mill --- .
obtain authority for
dropping theme .
and there had to be a general intro-
atry duties during 1906 that the When the return to a post of who I %
men duction. It is needless to say that J. K.
M ; CHRISTIAN k
of the )'ear'may show great R. s. HALL
progressand hove previously been _
ft dropped as deserters the time was spent most happily. '. :
improvement. is reported to a post commander < GEO. MACKAY

II.. The brigadier-general commanding it devolves upon him to cause Lost-Pointer dog, named Jane. I vc .: ;;.' : j : :. T. T. MUNROE i

the Florida State Troops should their R. L. ANDERSON
arrest and triaL Z.
Liver colored, with tipped legs and 4 t. .0. HKBILSS
originate direct and approve military In the matter of l. '/
drill it. is theduty flanks. Four years old. Liberal reward HERBERT 'l
a operations within his brigade. He has or post commanders to see that the if delivered at.the- stable of J. A. FOPD.

s -supervision over: all essentially mill M course prescribed by the brigade com- R. Martin & Co. d-w-tf ..

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BUILDING COVERS LARGE .
AREA. PHiliPPINE' 4
TARIFF -.BllL'UP BIBLE SCHOOL IN ATLANTA S A VISION OF BEAUTY. --- -- : _
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.. Formally Opened Last Evening-The I| Bill Provides for Free Trade With the Special to the Ocala-Banner' : Dr. Garnett's Orange- Grove Loaded

City Crowded With Visitors At. Philippine 1 Inlands After July 1, With Fruit. SPECIAL NOTICE.

1. t ., acted by Big' 7xposition.; ; 1909-President's Reception. Atlanta- Ga., January 4 4.-The Tabernacle -

Midwinter Bible school for the
--- Old residents do not need to be.- told
l Special to the Ocala: Banner; Special to the ,Ocala Banner: training of missionaries and Sunday 5;
Jacksonville. Fla. Jan. : that one of the most beautiful sights)
.
4.-The open- Washington, D. C. Jan. 4.Th cus- j school workers will open thIs evening 'S
. t ins of the I around the city ten, years ago was .
Maqufacturers'"pure food) : Read This
: : tomary: holiday recess having come to with a'large attendance. In honor of Carefully -
I and Industrial Exposition 'today 4j
has. the Dr. Garnet's orange grove. But the
an end, both .opening a large meeting has been
houses
r attracted thousands of of congress r-- I ,
visitors from arranged to which everybody interested "big freeze" of '95 killed every tree to
: ; all parts of the state: The hotels Convened today. Contrary to the usual In answer' to numerous inquiries I desire to have it known to m
J are : custom of delaying their returnto In missionary and Sunday school ;.ground.. It was a sad loss Cor.the I desire tc state to my friends and friends and acquaintances that -
and
."" crowded every train is bringing' business for work, is invited. The school has secured doctor but he had plenty of company business acquaintances throughout have no connection with or inter .
more visitors to the city. The one or more days after the sooth that I have no interest est in the Ludden &'Bates South
exposition Miss
the May :N. Blodgett, who has and unfortunately all were not
F Is ,the largest of its kind holidays both hous'es. showed a in, or connection with the Ludden era Music House, established by
ever for a number of years been the Bible well .able to endure the loss he.
held in this state large atendance when they were called as as & Bates Southern Music House, Wm. Ludden and myself in 1870.
and wllL,,undoubtedly teacher for the National Young which was established by me and Mr. Ludden anl and Jas-
to myself
I;' order again. The senate started in Furthu- there were very few who .
,% prove a powerful attraction., I rather mildly i Women's Christian Association. She J. A. Bates about thirty-five years persen Smith many years associated .
. ; The exposition building covers an but the announcement I''Is to be the superintendent of ,the possessed the pluck to try try again ago. I am now interested largely with us, are now interestedand
was made that the rate question wouldbe solely in the LUDDEN & SMITH in the
area of over 65000 that he has. it LUDDEN-CAMPBELL-SMTTH
1 ; square feet and Is bible work and w'ill conduct five bible Knowing that was fifty -
taken up at the earliest opportunity. Music COMPANY, and in the LUD- Co., of Jacksonville, Fla So far -
; :well lighted by a lantern shaped glass classes each week, one of them being years since orange trees had been DEX-CAMPBELL-SMITn
: A debate of considerable CO.. Of Jacksonville as I am aware not a single individ-
;. ; root and hundreds of large windows on lengthis | a Thursday night' popular bible class killed in Florida '(1835) the immediately Fla., who continue the ual who helped to make the Ludden -

: every side. The beautifully arched expected.' The regular order fillf'llpractically. in which the great sections of the bible set out a new grove.and after same policies and business dealings & Bates name so well known .
the en'ure s'ession of the which built up for us the largest throughout the South is
main has now connected -
entrance is between two Imposing i will be taught. Her other classes many discouragements he todaya music
senate.In business in the South. with the same.
towers which greatly enhanse the the house S will be for special students. The fine lot of trees in full bearing. WM. LUDDEN. J. A. BATES.

striking effect of the building representatives. Mr. course will last three months. Most of the ordinary sweets have i

The formal opening of the exposi- Payne chairman of the committee on been gathered but he has about 100 We print the apove letter in order to correct certain .

tion will''take place this, evening.' Besides ways ppine and means. called up the Phili-.' To Ship Fish From Lake Okeechobee. tangerines well filled with the most misleading impressions which are being made among our ..

the exposition which is highly tariff bill for consideration im delicious juice that can be eaten many friends and customers.e believe that most buyers .

,. comprehensive and interesting there mediately after the opening of the ses- Capt. T. A. Bas of Kissimmee. has without soiling a kid glove. The doc I wish to.deal with the people whose policies and methods

1 nil be special entertainment features ion. The bill provides for free trade been in town making arrangementsto tor's place is litle over half a mile gave! them the greatest reputation ever accorded, any

with the Philippine Islands after July piano dealers in the south. *
every day and evening. start in the business of shipping beyond the city gates. Turning off :

Governor Broward and his staff in 1. 1-909. In the mean time the bill fresh water fish on a.large scale the San Marco avenue you drive down a All who wish to deal with W. Ludden, J. A. Pates, A. -

full military uniform were present. orders a reduction of the tariff on first of the year. He has invested $9- well paved street and soon- enter a B. Campbell Jaspersen Smith, remember they are associ t- -

:Within. the building a special Philippine sugar and tobacco to 2 percent 000 in boats nets etc., and expects to wide gate, then drive down a litle I only] in 'S
operator of the rates under the '
Dingley
of the Western Union Telegraph employ about one hundred and fifty avenue lined on either side with
tariff and allows other island .
products hands. lie has Washington palms the seed of
Company was stationed, his telegraphic purchased the fish, Ludden CampbelPSmith Co
to enter free of Two
duty. which the doctor
Instrument being connected boat "F-ur Hundred' from Mr. II. E. planted about seven'years
directly
amendments. have been made the .
with the White House at Washington by Heltman has just launched a new ago, and you soon some to the S .

0 D. C. committee: the most important .one boat at Kissimmee:: for this purpose grove. The doctor is usually at the PIANOS, ROANS,. MUSICAL MERCHANOISE.S ..

In one end of the building a large putting tobacco American refined sugar and and will have sold storage and.commissary grove to see callers. If you visit the j IS "'e' *. Buy St. Phone S19 Jacksonville Fla. .
going to the islands .the
was on barges. The fish will be caughtin grove to see callers. If you visit the :
gong placed and the. instant the free list. 'ul-
President turned, the key at Washington Lake Okeechobee and sent down bushes. To the, northerners they area 0.
It is expected-that the considerationof -
i this bell connected telegraphically here for shipment to western points. great novelty and it is quite a ,
this bill will take considerabletime
t up Lake Okeechobee is the largest body change to eat orange peeling and :
with
the

i sounded all the instrument'lights In at the the buildingwere ,capital, will be and strongly it is quite opposed'sure by that the the Amer-bill of fish fresh there water are in of the a fine country quality and; and the all.-St. Augustine Record. I 4gy V. \ "RflCI( ( A MOMENTS' -

turned on. and the
t exposition .
ican Protective Tariff League whichis
COTTON PLANTERS ORGANIZING..
will afford a rich harvest.-Fort Myers
!3 was formally inaugurated.
headedby Cornelius Bliss of New Press. j4 r/i ;. Have you decided on the kind of I
:
Mayor Nolan made the .
address: of York. It is not considered S '
probable Special to the Ocala Banner: \\6'I'J
.
welcome which was responded to lyil, fertilizer.you are going to use? Ifanot"
by
;' however that the opponents of the bill Corporal Tanner Visits Wat rtow. Atlanta Ga., Jan. 4.-The state con- .'
: Governor Broward. 3 bgA/ a question of' how much but .
will be able to prevent it passage, as vention of the delegates elected by the ,

:: A number of other addresses.. were the bill has not the I what kind when tho best result -
1 only powerful sup- Special to the Ocala Banner:. cotton planters of this state for the

mad'e" after which the Women's Empire port of President Roosevelt but of Watertown N. Y., Jan. 4.-This is purpose' of selecting members of the cp .5 can obtained. You can't make a -

t..i: musical Orchestra rendered a delightful Secretary Taft and nearly every Member the banner day for the veterans of.the xecutive committee, which is the gov- r rt a '4 mistake when you use our high grad 5t

program. of the Taft party, which visited civil war in this city. The Joe Spratt erning body of the Southern Cotton fertilizers. S.

On Wednesday night the press gang the Philippine Islands during the past Growers' ? t ., : d
: Post of the Grand Army of the Republic Association met here yesterday. : .
P were entertained at the exposition summer. The islands are not prosper- has undertaken to raise funds for On January 1, the members ilc'5. Hi.j hest cash price paid for dry bonet : -

i ::: with a banquet and veudeville perfor- ing, and will ,not do so, it is claimed the purpose of erecting ,a building in of the executive committee who\ are '

mance. until their commercial relations with memory of the: soldiers and sailors, of elected by the state conventions here FLORIDA FERTILIZER MFG. EOMPW. -.

this country are closer and until they Jefferson county. Last December the and in other southern states will meet .._
Unique .. Gainesville. Fla
Organization
Meets.
are put on a footing that will enable post inaugurated the movement witha at Hot Springs Ark., for the purposeof -: '. .
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them to get their agricultural pro- : fair which was opened in the nameof deciding upon the plan of campaignfor I -

_.5 Special to the Ocala Banner: .. ducts into the' United States without ; President Roosevelt by Gen. O. O. the coming season. In regard to 5 C '-
Jenkinstown, Pa., Jan. 4.-The mem- : ;
; heavy charge. Howard and netted about $2,000. In I the policy to be pursued by the asso- -
I 1- bergvot the Union Society for the Re- The Vehicle and Harness Co .
------ I ciation
furtherance of this movement the next season. President Harvie .
of Horses. hold
i cpvery Stolen will its Relations. _
The President's Diplomatic Jordan has
\ Post has arranged for a large meet- stated that he did not

if''.-;; t., ninety-fourth annual meeting and ban- Washington .. D. C., Jan. 4.-The Ing this evening at ,:Which Coporal think that any further reduction wouldbe Cor. Forsyth and Cedar St. I

: quet, here today. The society was White ,House will once more be the James,Tanner, Commander-in-Chief of advised. In his opinion the acreage FLORIDA.
JCKSOXVILLE
formed 1812 -
in and has had a highly
scene of a brilliant official event when the Grand Army of the' Republic will should be about the same as during
interesting history. When member ---
a the members of the diplomatic orps deliver the principal, address. He will last year. .

.- loses a horse by the'theft nowadays the ,will gather there this evening to attend arrive in the afternoon. On the I same day on which the executive Dealers in Wagons, Buggies Carriages, Surreys, .

f t authorities in various cities are the first, official reception to the I committee will meet in Hot Road Carts Harness Saddles Lap Robes Etc. I
,
notified. but only comparatively few
diplomatic corps given by the presi- Rawls & Company Get Alachua County Springs, there will be a mass meetingof

,tprs have elapsed since the "riding dent in the new year. The members j in the '
t,7 was effective and members attended the S Convicts./ persons south Interested in LARGEST CONCERN IN THE STATE AND LOWEST/ PRICES, '
of 'the diplomatic corps cotton in New Orleans. The convention _

\ :would ride for days. perhaps on the regular New Year's reception on Monday At the regular monthly meeting of will be one of the largest and .

I4 trail ,of the theft. Secr '.ary Mathar, but the reception oIl New Year's the Alachua county board of commissioners : most important meetings ever held in '. -
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1pI_..: : -'. _'= :: : :.. -_: :::-= :-
one of the most Interesting characters day is not recognized a:? a specifically an important deal was made the south; and will undoubtedly attract -
to attend the Is. 83 old PRICE LIST OF -
:1 banquet
: years diplomatic function. It is more of whereby S. .A. Rawls & Company of. wide interest. -5

.J ant<] has held the office of secretary a general character although it wouldbe this city naval stores operators leased In some quarters it Is believed that EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR-CO. -

,:J continuously. for thirty-seven years. consideredhighly improper for any the convicts for. that county.At the, association will decide to tie up ,
' His brother is Isaac Mather. who was The Great Southern Mail Order House. .
;q S foreign representative to fail to at- the December meeting bids were what cotton there is left in the south : -

: ninety-nine years old October 27. tend. The diplomatic receptions of invited and received and four bids at the y present time and to hold it until EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart \Ieasure. .

i1.' of last year. I which several are held during the I J were entered. After due consideration ,the price of cotton reaches .the fifteen Per Four Six Per I -
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course of every season. have a distinctly the con.mIssio'lers awarded the con- cent mark. "It is said that the S Gallfn. Quarts QUllrts CalC
..;) Private Canal'for Standard Oil.Special Hatchett's Pri"ale Stock..._ ..._.._._._...._. $.oo 5oo $6oo ; SI2oo -.
.. 4 diplomatic character and are. tract to Rawls! & Co., under a provision success of this movement is almost Halchett'l' Thal's Whiokey ...:..L.: .......__....._ 450 460 690 1375
-'} 5'S among the most interesting and brilliant of $2t.J3::! per head per month, assured. Jt is expected that about 2- Halchett's Old Kv.... ............_.....z.... ... : ._ 320 320 480 960
the Ocala Banner Eureka N C. Apple Brandy .. ........ ........ .. ... 47; 47S 700 1400-
1 to : events of the social season, at the, which is said tu be the highest prices 000,000 bales of cotton will be tied up 'N C. Apple Brandy....... ,........._...:.....__.._.. ...._ 3 2; 3 25 4 85' 9 70 .
I La. Jan. ". The work on first diplomatic 1 Eureka Mall ....... ......_....._.._........ 400. 400 600 uOQJe.urt'kot --
Sulphur : White House. The paid for. any county convicts in Flori- it the association should so decide. ,
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N. C. Peach nrandy..__ .._. ._ ..___ 475 o47S 700' 1400
the which the Standard Oil : dinner will be given at the White: da. N C Peaah Braudy '_'". _. .,...._ ,_ 325 325 4 85 910
canal.
?\j'. I Eureka N C. Clrn '.n. .._. ... ......._ .. __ '325 325 45 970
:. Is 'going to build from here House a week from today. I Mr. Rawls senior member of theI Imperfect Digestion. Eureka N. C. Corn. XX ...___.._ _"._......... 3Q; 300 460 9 o .'
company the and Means less nutrition and in consequence Eurcka N C. Corn XXX ...... ...._.._ ..._...... :J 75 a 7$ 4 IS j 30 .
. .'R, Sablna distance of seventeen -- I firm, .was present at meeting less vitality. When the liver EurckaN e. Corn, X.UX. .....__. .._..___-............. ':35Og .!50 375 750 '.
;"J to the river a DOINGS I IN ANCIENT fclTY; as soon as the contract was properly fails to secrete bile, .the blood becomes 0d Crow Bourbon...._ ............__ ... ._.. 4 So 4 SO 7S 13 S6
:; miles was begun yest "day. *s loaded with bilious properties, Sunny Brook Rye... .......__.. ___.-_....._ 'Z7S '375, 56S 1130 :
I signed and certified, left w4th twenty- the digestion becomes impaired and ; Sunny Brook Sour Mash ... ..._,......____...._. 3'5 37S S6S' II o -
The canal which. will form a junction The Record Company Shipped 70,000of for his farm Ocala. the bowels Herbine will F'.ehoSnring. .. ......................_....__ ...___ 4 So' 45 690 1275
'" ATith the Sabine river at or below Orange i I two prisoners near constipated. J 1 SflkVelvet.\ .._ .._ .... _.. ...._...... 500 525 r 78S 1570
i. Printed Matter in One Week. I I rectify this; it gives tone to the stomach Oak and ..._. ..._P.. .._. : ._.... ..___ 375 403 600 ns .
'S will be used for the transportation liver an dkidneys, strengthens the
matter will
of
pounds Absolutely
Over 70,000 I I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy -
appetite, clears and improves the com From '
r Gin $2.50 to S3 50 Gallon Delivered. .
c; :: of the sulphur and other pro- be mailed at the postofflce here by Harmless.The plexion. Infuses- new life and ,vigor to per
children medi- Save twelve labels lluchett's Private Sloikand secure a bottle free. Save twelve '
fault of
ducts of the Union Sjlphur company this week. Every I I giving the whole system. 50 cents a boitle. Hatchett's .1 .
of
The Record. company cine containing injurious substances labels of Hatchett's Old Kye and secure a bottle free Save twelve tables
Sold by all druggists. m Thai's and bottle free. Save twelve label of Eureka N C.. '
.; which is a branch of the. Standard dozens of mail sacks are filled is sometimes more disastrous than the Whiskey secure a
day: C"rn and secure a bottle free save twelve lables of N, C Apple Brandy aud recnreone ?
:: < Oil company. The canal is: to be thir- and sent to the postoffice. This huge disease from which they are suffering. Johnson-Harris Wedding. bottle free Save twelve labels: of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free. Price of -
I Every mother should know that all goods bought at company's,store are 700 per gallon less than wheu delivered. No
ty feet wide at th' bottom and is to: volume pf mail matter is made up of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is perfectly charge for jues. boxes: or dray..ge. All of ray bottles are full measure. All standard- -

S have a minimum depth of six ,eet. the II. G. Hastings & Co.. seed catalogue safe for children to take. It Special to the Ocala Banner: brands of whiskies soU over my bar at loc per diink-10 from 5 leaves 5 foryou, AllWines .'
contains nothing harmful and for quoted on application We also carry cheaper liquors than tho ? faoted
I of which an edition of 250.000 coughs colds and croup is unsurpassed. Atlanta. Ga., Jan. 4.-Miss Nellie Special p ices on large quantities; packed any sizes desired.. Money refunded if goods- ,:,

1 : Spoiled Her Beauty: was printed. In addition to this is For sale by all druggists. m Inman Harris, daughter of :Mrs. Clem- a 'satisfactory.. -
'I" Harriet Howard. of 209 W. 34th SU EUREKA WINE AND LPOH COMPANY '
Alexander Company of Aug- ant Rush Harris and Henry Sant- .
; New York. at one time had her beauty also the Honoring ackson's.Memory.. t .
35 W St. Jacksonville Fla. '
J spoiled with skin trouble. She writes: usta, seed catalogue.. This edition ford Johnson jr., were married here Bay '
'.1 had Salt Rheum or* Eczema' for ,, ..
S numbers 40,000, and' combined the two Wednesday. The bride is a beautiful ";::1 ='''=-0.= """' ''''' L -
but nothing would cure it. until -
years
S :I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve." A catalogues weigh over 70.000 pounds. Dayton O., January 4.-Jackson'Day :young woman and prominent in social -__. _'-.---....

,', 5 quick and sure healer for. cuts. burns catalogues are mailed undera comes on January 8. but as that day circles in this city and throughout the

4'j and store.sores.' 25c at Tydings & Co., drug m These permit granted by a special act of j I has been set, for the inauguration of 'state. Mr.! Johnson is the youngestson -""r""r"'r"r"r"r'r"r"r't"'tr"r"r"r"r"r"r'Jf" " ;' " " " -

1 congress, which carried with it the Governor' Pattison. the democrats of of Mr. ,and Mrs. II. S. Johnson and I -

Sale of C. T. and G. Railroad. privilege of mailing without; stamp- I a porminent business man in this city. '
this city will give the annual banquet I Cold '
.ing. The postoffice collects for the entire Storage .
"honor of the founder of democracythis I .
Savannah.
of
Cot. J. Williams,
volume 'thus saving a great The beautiful calendars that make .
The 'most elaborate = .
arrangements .
evenings ,
S president of. the G. S.- and F. railway, amount of extra labor in stamping.St. .- their appearance every year more j:

: has been' here a couple of days on Important St. Augustine Record. for the event have ,been beautiful than ever before are quite a 1 =3
I made and it is expected that the ban- Of Meats "
0; railway business. In regard ;food Indication of the continual Improvements ,

, ,, to the report that the Carrabelle rail- I The. resignation,Of President McCall quet will surpass in brilliancy every that are being made in the ".. .. ', -

: road had been sold Co!. Williams stated of the New York Life was made nec- I. previous Jackson day. banquet given art of printing especially in' colored .-- :--.
I In this city. I ,-; 5S
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yesterday that the road had been Pensacola News. < -
the disgraceful exposures -
cessary by I __ ___ printing. '
p 5 :: We Announce the
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to to public
!... purchased under a mortgage by a syndicate I i made by the legislative Investigating I I, beg < :- .-3'

:.. of the trustees. I committee. McCall will soon be forgotten I A. B.. Canman Cured Lumbago.Chicago .-writes I I Mr. John G. Ward, editor of the '-' =-= '

The sale means the merging of the but not so his strenuous efforts March 4, 1903. "Having been troubled Pensacola News, and attractive daughter :::: that we are ready to cure ::.
I with lumbago at different times -
Carrabelle, Tallahasse'and Georgia j to care for the sacred funds of i and tried one physician after another Miss Ella Ward arrived yesterdayfrom -- ---

_; railway into the Georgia, Florida and !: the policy holders by making contribution then different ointments and liniments, "Pensacola. Mss( Ward is an artist .M EA T S. We guarantee ".::

: I .Alabama railway s.tem.TallahasCapital. I: to republican campaigns and gave it up altogether. So I tried once of considerable ability and will -- -
.4 more and got a bottle of Ballard'sSnow i .- -
see S 5 buying up and corrupting legislatures Liniment,which gave me almost take a course in drawing at the Fe- satisfaction and solicit patronage -- :

and doing other things equally scandalous.Motgomery. instant relief. I can cheerfully recommend .male College.-Tallahassee CapitaL your ::
the it. and will add my name to :: -
Albert Williamson says he is on. Journal. -
your list of sufferers. -- .S
street "sprinkler" these days. Good ; Sold by all druggists. m A ,Marion county statesman writesto --. -_

. But can you hold on?Citrus County Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the Best the Ocala Banner to know 'who is -- --.
Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L L. D. S -
, Made. --
Chronicle him- -
boss as he wants to "declare
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"In my opinion Chamberlain's Cough Of Waverly Texas writes: "Of a
Remedy is the best made for colds" morning when ,first arising I often self' a candidate for .a county office.
: 1 A Farm For Sale Rent. Porterville. find a' troublesome collection of phel- i .
or says Mrs. Cora Walker of Sometime ago there was no one able Ocala Ice SI
California There is no doubt about egm which produces a cough and is ; -
.' its being the best.. No other will curea very hard to dislodge; but a small I to tell "who was boss.GainesvilleSun. .
:
,k" I will sell" or rent my farm or 360 cold so quickly. :No other is so surea quantity o Ballard's Horehound Syrup SI ::: < :=::


} I'acres .In the Fellowship neighborhood preventive of pneumonia. No'otheris will at once dislodge it,iand the trou- < _
: pleasant and safe totake.. These ble is over. I. know of no medicine I f S.
S $ at & reasonable price. Good living are so good reasons' why it should be that is equal, to it, and it is so pleasant An agreeable movement of the bowI i : Fuel Co.I.

: house and outbuildings; partly ,under preferred to any other. The. fact is .to take. I can most cordially rec- I I els without any unpleasant effect is .
that few people are satisfied with any ommend it to all persons needing a produced by Chamberlain's Stomach
'good fence., Apply to Mrs. Jessie Hay- .throat trouble." and Liver Tablets. For sal by all
I other after having once used this rem- medicine for or lung I I J .
: eraft. l-td-2tw.:! edy. For sale by all druggists. m Sold by all druggists. m druggists. ,. m g uuuun unU1U1UUdU1U1U1U1U1U1U1UuilUlu inUluui "

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i: r- COTTON MARKET. IS FIRM. ,r FRANKLIN DAY CELEBRATED. DR HYDE IN PITTSBURG. Do You Wish toMAKE '

t Strauss'

Raise in Crop Estimates .Used as Ar- Banquets and Music Mark the Day Delivered Lecture Last Night-Pro MONEY : z

gument for Lowering Prices no Memorial Program, Rendered in ceeds Will be Used to Advance .

Avail-Government Report. Boston Public Schools. House Rule in Irelnad.
Growing i Good Waterraellons
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Special to the Ocala-Banner: Special o the Ocala-Banner: Special to the Ocala Banner: Next Year Royal Reserve -

FROM EDEN SEED?
New York. Jan. 6.In their weekly Boston, Mass., Jan. 6.-Although Pittsburg Pa., Jan. 6.-Dr. Douglas

.rev lew of the cotton market Miller & Benjamin Franklin was born on Jan- Hyde the head of the Gaelic League, I tt tt t

11, two hundred ago. this
C*., say: "The holiday feeling which uary years who is now on a lecture tour through II If so I can help you start right by supplying ,
scien- seed at a reasonable
city, where the great statesman, price.
prevaded the cotton market during the the United States to arouse interest Last spring the ravages of rats forced me to "
tist and philosopher was born, is cel- plant my watermelon crop three times before a -
week between Christmas and NewT An In the study of the ancient Irish stand was secured Consequently mv melons lABORATORY.
the today.
anniversary MINING :
ebrating
OCAlA
,
still continued to some extent, ripeneo too late for profitable shipment and. ,
elaborate program has been arrangedand tongue, arrived here this morning fora instead of allowing them to decay I saved seed F. T. SCHREIBFR. \
although the market Is a litle firmer it;the following painstaking manner Trim per-
all citizens are combining their day's visit. This evening he will deliver fecth shaped, sized and ripened selected mar- and Analytical Chemist Member j
Consulting '
than during the past week when ow- ,
zetmelons.the first lire
efforts to make the celebration as imposIng on vines. of the Society of Chemical Indus-try. Lon-
lg to the lack of interest on part of an address before a large Irish Both ends of each melon were cut off and don Eng. Member: of the Ameaican Chem- t (.
as possible. The program includes thrown away the melon t-piit and the perfectly .
the trade the bears made several attempts meeting to be held'in the Old city hall. matured reed taken from the renter and dried ical Society.P. "
memorial., exercises in the with spehral care .No seed were saued from O. Box. 703. I _
to hammer the market. schools memorial Dr. Hyde is not only an ardent champion I decayed melonsI .
schools and high ,
Liverpool is still more or less uneasy ,. guarantee these feed to be strictly first class OCALA, FLA., Oct. 22. 193t .
meetings of various historical and of the Gaelic language, but in. and asjgood b have ever been grown
rer.. the Russian situation which. As to my responsibility I refer to any mer-
however bad seems to be improving.Of scientific organizations, a number of Ireland is regarded as the coming ,' chantile agency responsible business concern Messrs. Strauss, & Co, Wholesale Whisky .

public meetings with elaborate pro- man and a leader of the Parnell class.
course, a nation does not recover Merchants, Ocala, Fla, -
in the evening and pilgrimagesto 75cperpoundHenry
grams The proceeds from his lectures will
from such a succession of staggering
various interesting historical pointsin be used to advance the interests of Gentlemen. In 'accordance with your t
blows in a hurry, and business will be
some way connected with the his- home rule in Ireland.
at low ebb in the great empire for nstrnctions I visited [ waitlcute en I'f'
tory of Benjamin Franklin and his The United Irish Societie-of this D. Still ycur
after peace and quiet shall
Many bays
move been' restored. great life work. In the evening there city had made elaborate preparationsfor Blarkville' S. C. the 19th, i instant, and personally selected + -

will be a number of official celebra- the reception and entertainment of '. .
The increase of Mr. Buston's crop from your stock a sample of 5
tions and banquets with music, ad- the distinguished visitor. Upon his Eden Seed. r"Strauss'
maximum to
Mtlmate from 11,250,000
dresses and reading of essays dealing arrival he was received by a committee -
11.500.000 bales cf actual growth, was
with the life of Benjamin Franklin. l = -
headed by Mr. John F. O-Lough- Royal Reserve"
teed as an argument in favor of lower -
All day''a constant stream of people lin, whose guest Dr. Hyde will be dur- It Will :
prices, but it must be rememberedthat i. .
visited the house standing upon the ing the day. In honor of Dr. Hyde }
before Mr. Buston started on his whisky, the analysis of which- shows it to
I'site of residence where Franklin was a reception will be given in the after- .e ;
southern trip he stated that. If this
born two hundred years ago. For noon and a banquet in the evening contain: Rails: j i
crop should not be more than 1,500,000 .
some.time the building has been adorned Alcohol cent . .86. 6
(by weight)
IwJes, he would be one if the biggest per

lolls In the whole market.It with a memorial tablet setting j REFUGEES LEAVING EMPIRE. Pay You H! Alcohol (by volume), per cent . .'. .43.01 I +

Is hardly likely that this small forth the' fact that on the site indicated Degree proof, per eetiit. . . . 87.10 "

by the tablet stood the housein Railroad Men and Telegraph Operators f Residue on evaporation p cent. . 0.664 .
,
e Ucrease in his estimate will make a I r* You have Real Estate
which Benjamin Franklin first saw Dismissed on Account of Con- any Ash, per .cent . . . . % 0.011
radical change in his views regarding If.to sell
the light of day. nections With Revolutionists. Reducing'ugarper: cent. . . .. 0.225. '
future of prices. : :
fee
Volatile acids, per cent . . ?. 0.027' -

I Spot business Is always still small dur- Will Form <*. Oims Union. Washington, Jan. 6.-Advices have OR Amyl alcohol (fusel oil), per cent . 0.073 a JI ,
lag the holiday season is compar-
been received here bringing news from
atively small, but holders seem less Special to the Ocala Banner: Moscow that a thousand people have 1C You're thinking coming The above results show the whisky to be t SrAAr' ; s ca

disposed to sell on the decline than Balgrade, Jan. 6.-A conference is been killed there and three thousand 11 to'"'- Florida for a home : a carefully blended brand of high grade

they have been heretofore. After this : being held here today between representatives wounded. News from elsewhere in

week. It Is expected, the spinners will i of the Bulgarian government Russia, however is more hopeful the OR and that it has been distilled from a clean, pure grain mash.

freely as it is plain, that a The of fusel oil and of volatile acids'is
4 hay more I and officials of the Servian government dispatches saying that the railwaysare 1C You desire to invest in amount very low.
any
good many of them are running low with a view of arranging the gradually resuming operations. \l kind of Florida property, Respectfully, ,

la stocks. details of a customs union betweenthe F. T. SCHREIBER, Chemist.FOUR -
The next sensation in a market way,
The is of
countries. plan
two
St. Petersburg, Jan. 6.-The govern- TO SEE (.
will be furnished by the census report the greatest importance and it is expected ment's victory over the revolutionistshas \

_cotton ginned to January 1, which that gradually all the other been decisive though open revolt OR WRITEOCALA. .

will probably be issued tomorrow. Balkan states and principalities will continues in many,places. .The military FULL QUARTS S3.50 EXPRESS PREPAID

From present appearances, the be induced to join this custom un- are employed mercilessly and J. H.IIVINGSTON &SONS ,

will approximate 9.1)0,000 ,-
amount ginned
ion. It is believed that the establish- gradually the movement is being sti- ,

bales, but there are no records will be the
ment of the customs union fied. FLORIDA.
fa past seasons to January 1, with '
preliminary step to a closer entents These fires of revolt however, are :

which to make comparisons." betwrt-n the Balkan states and will smothered, but. are not extinguished '

have a tendency to strengthen then and the main fear, is that the govern- STRAUSS & CO.
160,000 FOR ADDITIONAL STOCK.
power and political influence ment will fall into the very error of I A /


Delaware & Lackawana Road Orders A Grim Trabedy.Is which and attempt the revolutionists to press its were advantage guilty I II I' K jrki ail-' Sole Owners and Distributors.

Fifty Engines, One Hundred Passenger daily enacted, in thousands of I

Coaches for Delivery. homes, as Death claims, in each one, too far. .. .,
another victim of Consumption or The wholesale perquisitions of the -.e-..... OCALA FLORIDA
Pneumonia. But when Coughs and

Special to the Ocala Banner: Colds are properly treated, the tragedyis police have been succeeded by a par- I

directors averted. F. G. Huntley, of Oaklan- ticular offense of a nature which gave 6 Qts.,4 .
New York. Jan. 6.-The board of -
wife had the
don, Ind., writes: "My the dvorniks or house porters a ,free
of the Deladare & Lackawanna consumption, and three doctors gave

s:: railroad has authorized an expenditure her up. Finally she took Dr. King's hand to search private lodgings for $4 : McMillan Bros.

New Discovery for Consumption, arms and suspicious persons for doc-
.t 16,000,000 for equipment and additional Coughs and Colds, which cured her, .
rolling_ stock and i the orders for and today she is well and strong." It uments, or suspicious papers. This .J

kills the germs of all diseases. One will arouse the cupidity of the houseporters
the work: have been given out. Much dose relieves. Guaranteed at SOc and \ 12 Southern Copper Works
and restore the system which .
of the work will be done at the com- $1.00 by Tydings & Co.. druggists. :
Trial bottle free m in at the time of the late
was vogue
p&ny's\Scranto shops. The order includes Manufacturers of Turpentine
Q.OI
Minister of the Interior Von Plehve. Stills
2,400 box cars, 200 stock cars i
Opposed to Army Contract Surgeons.
The for the demonstrationsof I
and four milk program and General Metal
100 carriage cars cars. Workers.Old
Special to the Ocala Banner: January 22, the anniversary of i .
About three hundred men will be add- Washington, D. C. Jan. 6.-General .
"
includes services for
"Red
Sunday,
ed to the present shop force of 700. Leonard Wood is strongly opposed to
the Narva Gate, Pal-
the martyrs at
The American Locomotive Company the of employing contract DcPREVPREPPJJJChas
present system
is to build 5 engines to be delivered surgeons in the army service ace Square and other places where Stills taken in exchange for new ones. ,Patching

e during next April and May. To the and will make energetic efforts to ob- the troops fired on' the workmen and through the country specialty. Orders by mail or

- Smith Co., of Dayton, 0., also at the cemetery of the Transfig- wire will receive attention
Barney & prompt at
either
that of the
tain legislation to bring about result uration, where the majority of the vic E. Blum & Co., 517 and 5194'W.

has, been given an order for 500 steel He has sent a letter to Wash- tims were buried. Bay St. Jacksonville. FlaLUMBER following works -. :. _

500 steel hopper cars. 18'
gondclas, ington, in which he deplroes the em-
Combatthe
Two Boats Sent to
Torpedo
; ,milk cars, 10 express' cars and two ployment of contract surgeons under Rebels. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH 6A.
vestibuled coaches. The AmericanCar ,
conditions and it is likely that
,
any Odessa Russia, Jan. 6.-Two torpedo JACKSONVILLE FLA
and Foundry Co., is to build 18 MOBILE ALA
.- the opinion expressed by him will be boats on board have ti
ha'inptroops
coaches for suburban service and three
used for its full value by the Army
'' been dispatched to Sukum-Kale, Cau- == -
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cars. -
combination -
Medical with view of
Department a
casia and Novorossi Ysk. Caucusla,

obtaining the required legislation. which in the hands of the revolu-
Sickening'Shiver ng Fits. are HOUGH and ;
or Ague and Malaria, can be relieved General Wood who was once a mem- tionists. The government treasures at

aad cured with Electric Bitters. Thisis ber of the regular Medical department DRESSEDDry We Never t
Our
a pure tonic medicine; of especial those places have been saved and tak- DisapPoint Patients
says that the makeshift arrangementis Siding, Flooring and Ceilin
benefit in malaria, for it exerts a true en to Sabastopol on a varship. j
.
curative influence on the disease driving very unsatisfactory. The contract Sixteen hundred railroad men and w. Fulfill Every Promise and Never Bold Out FalllloDI'{ .

it entirely out of the system. It is surgeons are usually stationed at distant B.H. Seymour WE CURE psix& '. witkoat the bil. orbougleaad Pertooeei'W u ...
much to be preferred to Quinine, hav- 300 telegraph operators of Odessa and i or detattoa from bWDell' Olltagtou Blood Poison

ti lag none of this drug's bad after places, small pot; In''gArrisona this Vicinity; have been t1i:1mbil'"tl: on clued never to r.tarn, VlthoU mereurJ'. or mineral suture, Lou .1 Yady

effects. E. S. Munday; of Henrietta, where they are remote from contact Ocala Fla. matt ...I.1hi JP9 rteai...t. _

Texas, writes: "My brother was very account of their, connection with the ......................... .PlgarPpelttvatteuead Dr. Slate of CoII for She .l> W '.
with the officers of the regular corps ............. .. ....._--- ... ... .. ot Ute Georgia tn&tn"u sad cafe of 111
"b' low with malarial fever and jaundice, general strike. lIe"01ll1114 chronic d e&8ea. Dr. N. K, k.ag. the tOlUu1er 01 ,
.t till he took Electric Bitters, which and are therefore deprived of counsel JICJYEII' and MACZA \WI iIllt1tatlon II Ute cbef eon&UltllIS 1I-ei&Uat, btq Uiilta4 .f#
Refugees are Leaving Riga by Every )
by a star
saved his life. At Tydings & Co., drug I of eminent phywelaoecad aurgetas. "/
and assistance from that source. General Our lacce..la the treatment chronic dittuM U .
store; price SOc, guaranteed. m Ship. led; w.use both medical aDd electrical *1Idea. .UAWM* '
Wood says that the employmentof Ow omcellire eqwPped wtfh a,| the KaWte.
Riga, Livonia, Jan. 6.-The energetic rJle ttte
lea,x
"La Befana. the contract is -ray,violet ray,and Vine rift to tact eJeeutC6&
every
Celebrating surgeons expensive, -
manner in which General Soltogub has contrivance know to the medical protaastOI1. Our I&Dtt&riumIJ
SI>oial t.. the Ocala Banner: and invites all sorts of menaces. He modern In every respect and we employ none but the ta6J
inaugurated his governor generalship trshed and efficient attendanq regularly
Rome Jan.. 6.-Today is the feast adds: "These gentlemen, \\hatevei aDd licensed phYltelanl being In Cbl1re. qullJled &radUtei
is reassuring the German resident'sMmewhat. We
i employ DO
a of "La ,Belfanahieh, *is merely a their professional attainments, know of &;:_ Co 0 misleading D.'.or unasked menu for to l'secure plttenta and
and there is less talk FUNERALDIRECTORS. \ t'thfl 'erature ani'sent oat
"" \ A'b tnltlltlOI1.: Our terms
for
corruption of "Epiphania." This is one little of methods of '... \ \ treata" t average hoax$3.w
army or handling abandoning their property interests In' fJ1 1' to 110.00 per moott,(medlc1nrs ioOhu28C1) '" 4We&fUheusu-
.f the great Roman holidays and ,as large bodies of men, and we have always I." Lace of 110 core within a lpecl11ed time.
the Baltic Nevertheless MY( BEST
provinces. REFERENCE 19. CHRONIC DISEASES we enecesafnnytreatandperma
far as noisiness is concerned, the nearest paid for the education in time 1\1\\1 .Gently cure alt chrunfe diseases
another German steamer will leave L AR NrfD such u Kidney and Bladder trouble
approach to the American Glorious jf \ \\p.N 0 tP4 Rupture, Udrocele,:DrJJna. Bheumattelllo,1'
war by an enormous expenditure Riga tomorrow with 400 refugees of I ---- \\\J UNlltcURf1';, D1teueI, Tumors aad mal1(1j&II'roubltll.Losses. etc.. and aU Privat

Fourth of July. From early morning of men and money, with its resulting foreign nationalities.The Have a full sicwk' of Coffin? f'sf-kef!' N. K. KINa M D. Chronic Nose, Throat.Diseases Head and of Women Diseue. of Catarrh Eye and of Ear.the

till late boys and : 'embarrassment and Buml Outfit Six-eial such as D1spl&'eDen\lo;
at night even grown m the way of inefficient revolutionists today killed two trivt-ti to CNrl CooISUl.TING PHftIOtAll. UenataralDseharges.and such weaknesses of

+. people, dressed in tbeir best Sunday troops and a large pension list"New mote. policemen .here in broad daylight Burial wrv"u-. Wre.te. us 1el4yoQ today nr regardful literature roar.lncladicg eonditlon symptom ifIOI Ire Moots sl'k or fur af9tcted home treatmtllL 911lt'D Ou request w.

clothes, march through the streets, Embalming to Order CONSCLTATIOS. )lINA.TIOS AND AD\"ICErFREE .,
making the number for the last

e armed with tin horns, whistles,' ratchet Chicago-Havana Route. three months 28.Greatly. _. ... Dt1e KING'" MEDICAL. .CD.. YifI. ,!&sam-.3Festfwa8at: ? Atlanta, {la.i .
and other instruments of tor-, -
? Special to the Ocala Banner;

ture, capable of making hideous noises Mobile, Ala., January 6.-The Jerry Burnett --- .__
new in Demand. I ---- ----- -- ______ ___ __ ___ -
sand. the din increases from hour to Chicago Havana Route, established Nothing is more in demand than a

1- ,hour, until it reaches its climax at the by the Mobile & Ohio Railroad.: was medicine which meets modern require-
ments for a blood and system cleanser, Merchant I
.hour of midnight. It la especially a inaugurated today. The new steamer such as Dr. King's New Life Pills. I i S. A. ANDLEY &

feast for the poor, and the wealthy Prince George, formerly of the Hal They are just what you need to cure CO
stomach and liver troubles. Try them. I
Romans and the thousands of foreign. ifax Line, has been chartered for the I
At
Tydin s. & Co., drug store, 23e; Tailoring.
ers visiting Rome, content themselves Mobile Havana end of the route and guaranteed. I

with witching the noisy crowds from started on its first trip today. The The PinQQde of Human SkilL

a safe distance. The center of the steamer; connects with a special train te Preparing for Royal Baptism. Ocala, Florida. //A '

celebration is the old Piazza Navana, which -- Finest *
runs from Chicago to Mobile Imported and Has been reached
Special to the Banner in our carriages
:
: here hundreds of booths and mar- and makes the trip in twenty-fou; Ocala Domestic Cloths. >

ket stalls have been erected and where hours. Rome Jan. Extensive prepara- buggies and harness. The only way

tions are made for the baptism of Cutting a
a Specialty
kinds of
.and all
fruit, sweets toys they can ever be better is
Princess Ena of Battenberg, who is Fits Guaranteed. to raise the
noisy instruments are sold. Pleasant and Most Effective.
T. J. Chambers. Ed. Vindicator. Liberty soon to be' married to King Alfonsoof pinnaole-elevate ,the standard-and $
Texas, writes Dec. 25, 1902:
Spain. The will be
Stomach Troubles and Constipation."Chamberlain's "With pleasure and unsolicited by ceremony per- even then our vehicles will beat fo +4- ,
Stomach and' Liver formed in the most Impressive
you. I bear testimony to the curative man- .
Tablets are the best thing for stomach power of Ballard's Horehound Syrup.I ner and in the presence of a large Education the lop. They are not so high in1: :
Mail
troubles and constipation I have ever
have used it in my family and can by ,.i
J. R. Cull druggistof number of spectators at St. Peters. a,
sold man a
says prices
cheerfully affirm It is the most effective though, as to be out of
reach
Potterville, Mich. They are easy to and best remedy for coughs and Archbishop Stoner, the highest Eng- Ho lea. ring home or employment to get aa edaeatkm. \
take and always give satisfaction. I colds I have used. TJuloonljip re time studying it homskBookkeeping r-1'11'7-. of most vehicle
.' ever lish prelate in Rome, will Arttiinetic Algebra, Geometry asses Let ns -
'. tell customers to try them and if perform the quote
my Sold by all druggists. .
'- m Grammar,Rhetori ,8cIeDcee,History JjU2A.TkcrMcfclr ecc.. 4
not satisfactory to come back and ?et ceremony in the official presence of TM ht Vr UU. 'f-=ben aided you figures.
fi ,their money, but have never had a $0 paseiamisstiooaUyraoaaeeesac taloga
complaInt. For sale by all drug- Twenty pounds of sugar for $1 cash Cardinal Merry; del Val. the :Papal_ bee.Add.e J.BDUS:

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; r VERY truck farmer Al Field's Minstrels Eclipsed. Air. uuu .Mr j. .r;.. Adams, of Soutnjuie IJrofeaaiomil.R. IIOTCE.'OTIcE .

weir, ale m ucau and will remain ..... ---- - - ....... I

knows For years Al Field's lor some clays uu account of Mrs. DFOLlKy L. P. BI.ALOCK, Atlt
! 'lJ1 (or ought to Minstrel per- C-ULLB:" a .LaLOCK. L'' IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE nd'l$5,000 \ :
formances undersigned inteud to to the
have been recognized as .-uanrs uedain. ehere consult- apply gover.
know that POTASH nor of the stite of Florida on the
: ) peer of them alL The very name of .u. a tpeciausu: Mr. Adams has Dentists. t) Sth day of January, J. D., 7906, BANK DEPOSIT .

.j! is indispensable for Al Fields in connection with a mins- "uge or tue mison orange groves Over Munroe & Chambliss Bank Ocala.Fla. J.i for letters patent on the promised charter copy R. R. Fare Paid. No* s
i pro- of which is hereto attached the orig sal of taken on tuition. BEST
trel was like magic upon the people
I. __ I state, ToUahassee Florida I IEORGIAALAB.M.BUSINESS COLLEGE,:Xaco..G*
, ducing good-paying truck throughout the country and the friendsof fruit ne is bmppiug. It is very ATTORSEY-AT.I.AW. I t EMILE VAN ESPEN. -

that gentleman one ilile. COLIN C
year ago pro- U WY1UF.JR.,
crops.A (Office In Gary-Agnew Block.) O. T. GREEN. NOTICE.
claimed
that he had exhausted all -'
OCALA. P'-OKIl
liberal quantity of minstrel features on earth. Few ever We suiuiea unuimg our first book 1- The undersigned do. hereby associate themselves Notice of Application for Tax Deed "2!

expected yesterday. We THOMPSON.. togethei as a body corporate. under the Under Section 8 Chapter 8S84,
to
on our new uiacnme
see anything In that line JM
provisions of the statute laws of the state of Laws of Florida. ,

.; POTASH, along, with ample which would even make a comparisonhe aoa.il Uismoute specimen pages of it PHYSIUA.N AND SURGEON. mcorpciation Florida: and do: publish! the following articles of Notice is hereby given that Thomas

i- of had reached the acme-that was odt to snow wnat-pieuy printing an Office over Tea.pot Grocery Opp. Montezuma ARTICLE_ I. Lawton. purchaser of Tax Certificate,
amounts phosphoric acid FLA.PDWIN No. 196, dated the 2nd day of June, A.
the popular verdict up-to-date raacnuie can do. The art of OCALA
D., 1902, has filed said certificate IE
and nitrogen, is vital to The advent of Donnelly and Hat- printing is not only simplified but is SPENCER: ISTACHVTTA The name of PHOsHPATE this corporation('OMPANY shaU be The the my office. and has made application

field's minstrels has already changed very inuco. beautified. Lt pnnc.pal place of business of this corporation for tax deed to issue in accordancewith
successful snail be at Ocala law. Said certificate
truck Marion county, with such embracesthe
growing. i the tide, that is so far as Pensacolais I ATTORX EY-A T.L.W, branch offices as may be adopted by the boardof following described property situated .

( concerned at least A packed house Miss. Elsa Schneider, who has chargeof OCALA. 7-8-V LOEinA I directors. in Marion county, Florida, t.-
"Truck Farming," an interesting book \ ARTICLE II. wit: Northeast quarter except !t."
witnessed last the bctiool at Kendrick, desires this
with night's performanceand : acres section 23 township 13, souU,
'dealing practical truck and K. CHASE
raising valu- after it was all over this new aggregation paper to say that her name was used J The general nature of the business to be Range !2 East, 126 acres. The said
able to every truck farmer, will be sent to transacted by ttis co.poraiion shall be: To land being assessed at the date of tile
6- which has sprung up in a .n tne content for: queen of the carnival DENTIST:: carryon the business ot uii.ung and prospect-
farmers: on request, free of cost Issuance of such certificate in the
any or
ing for pho.-phate and
all kinds minerals and
OCALA
obligation. single season snatched the laurels. 'in ucala without her knowledge FL other materials, to erect works, plants, ma. name of Thomas James. Unless said

claiming them as their own. or appiovaLMrs. chinery. to search for. prospect and mine certificate shall be redeemed according 4
Address GERMAN KAU WORKS. I pARLOS L. SISTRU K, pho-phate and phosphatic materials and to law. tax deed will issue there*

New York-93 Nassau Street or The. performance was superb. There U other mineral substances, to crush wash on the 29th day of January, A. >>.. -

Atlanta G .-22}' So. Broad Street. was not a single dull 'moment no stale M. C. Looney and son, George, ATTORNEY.AT.LAW.Room smelt.ketable reduce the same and; otherwise to purchase render lease mar- 1906.Witness

jokes, no tiresome features but on the went to Jacksonville Tuesday to \'isit:: 4, M8'aiC Building sell and dispose thereof and develop the resources my official signature aid
seal this the 27th day of December
of any such mines and property.hether A.
MARTIN IS HAPPY OVERA contrary was replete with fun from Mrs. Looney's mother. Mrs. W. M. belonging to this company or not. and to carry D., 1905.
Nelson for a few days. J1 IIIS5 B. N. SINCLAIR, on the business of a trading company in all its [SeaL] S. T. SISTRUNK. '
beginning to end. The opening sceneis .
branches. ,
ISTEXOGRAPHER Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Couat,.
NUPTIAL CEREMONY. colored To carry on the business of phosph&te miners Florida. -
with its
gorgeous many & TYPEWRITER.and and grinders manufacturers c.f superphosphateammonia 12-21., .

lights and elaborate: scenery and the Hampton Chambers, jr., is now trav Notary Public. fixed or dissolved guano and other -

elling for the Thatcher Medicine fjompany chemical fertilizers, make and refiners of NOTICE. ,
.
.The Bride and Groom Sprinkled With dashing costumes of the players. Or- Special attention to out of Town Work sulphuric acid and sulphate ol ammonia, seed

iginality stamps every detail of this : of Chattanooga Tenn., and is I crushers and oil refiners, and oil cake manufac- .

Rice and Feasted on Good now out on the road for this firm. Commercial Dank Ocala, Fla turers and importeis of and dealers in Peruvian I. Taxes are due and payable on the first .-i
performance which all to make and other
phosphate nitiate of
guanos. soda
goes ,
Things. _..___m_..........................._... ... ..... ........._ sulphate ammonia and similar substances and Monday of November ot each year. : .
up a first class and unique entertainment products. 2. Personal t ad poll taxes must be paid at the

f Rev. G. II. Harrison went to Atlanta ohn! White & Co. lo purchase and otherwise acquire, build same time that real: estate is paid oa,it assessments

Special to the Ocala Banner. afternoon to be erect. equip and maintain any mining rights are to the same party.
The scngs, mostly all new, were all Sunday presentat LOUISVILLE, KY. loads: houses factories. machinery, grants, 3. If possible come in person to pay von

Martin. Fla., Jan. 10. 1906. I well Particularly is this true of the luneral of his grand mother, EiUhIIih 1831.eJg.Ht rights. privileges exemptions and property ot taxes Paying by mail or through other parties '
sung. description. whether real is *
: aarte&"s. ti any or personal, frequently unsatisfactory
Elias Phillip Townsend of Martin, "Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown" by him occurred on Monday. pAid tor ra. which may be deemed useful or conducive to 4. When you come to pay your taxes bring a (

Fla. was married Sunday morning toMiss FURSand the attainment oi any 01 the objects of the company description from your deed or latest tax receipt
Lee Edmonds, "Nobody, by: Arthur and to use manage develop let sea. ex of what yon wish to pay on. .
change o! otherwise turn to account. or deal 4
Katharine
Zimmerman of Floral Assessor's Notice.
Hides.
Crawford. "It Was Only a Message with dispose of the same..as may be necessary 5. Don't wait till last few day of time to pay

City at the residence of the bride's From Home Sweet Home Norman Wooh... or advisable for the purposes of the com then expect the best service either by mail .r
: by .I..lf.
,
I will be at the following places on pany. in person. The rush is then on and delays are

arents. I Stanley, "Lindy Lou" by Tommy Don time specified to receive returns of To acquire any inventions or the right to unavoidable. You must take your turn as it

A large company of friends and Invited nelly. property and agricultural statistics. We are the sols agent for the celebrated use any inventions. capable of being used for comes, -
connected with of the 6. You must have
business
Meet me with correct descriptions any purpose any your property properly assessed -
guests witnessed the beautiful The olio was particularly strong, of your property and you will never Genuine Earpea Leather Goeis. Ocala Fur&itiri or operations of the company and to acquire or .if you wish to avoid trouble in payment
cause to be applied for and obtained, any letters of taxes. The collector cannot alter the valuation -
ceremony performed by Dr. W. M. the best feature being the Tuscano have any trouble. Co. _ _ patent or concessions of an analogous character or description of assessments found on the
\\'amboldt, of Jacksonville. January, 1906. in ,respect of any inventions and to grant tax book. E. 1. CARNEY, Tax Collector.
I Brothers, Roman battle axe jugglers. Iartel, 22, a. m. Bad Outlook for Tomato Growers. and issue licenses for the use of any such inventions 10275 u& Marion County, Ocala. Fla.
I Miss Zimmerman is a most winning This is one of the most wonderful Cotton Plant, 22 p. m. upon such terms and conditions as may be I
I The tomato will be late this
crop deemed expedient.
Heidtsville, 23, la a. m. to 2 p. m.
*autiful and accomplished young feats in jugglery imaginable. The turn To sell or otherwise dispose of aU or any partof
NOTICE
Dunnellon, 24. spring-if at all-and the probabilityis APPLICATION FOR LEAVETO
daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Zim- I of the Toledo Trouper acrobats, is an- Romeo 25 11 to 2 the business! property and assets of the company '
a. m. p. m. that if the planters try for a late, and to accept in payment for any prop SELL MINOR'S LAND.
merman. Her friends remembered her other strong feature which deserves DI t 'hton, 26. a. m. erty sold by the company. or otherwise disposed -
t Kendrick, 29, a. m. there will be less than one thousand of, or for work done.services tendered IS .
HEREBYGIVEN
with useful and valuable ; THAT ON TICK
many pres- more than pasing notice. Martin :29! in. moneys expended; shares. stock debentures or NOTICE
p. trees in Dade county. The outlookat v of December, A. D. 1905, I wilt a--
i Lowell. 30. a. m. obligations ot any other company, and to hOld. ply tothe Honorable Bell
The comedy of Tommy Donnelly and Joseph county judge
deal with and dispose of the *
ents.E. present is gloomy.-Miami News. same.
Reddkk 30, p. m. In and for Marion county, state of Florida. lit -
P. Townsend is'a prosperous Harry C. Shunk, was a feature. These Pairfield, 31, a. in. To purchase and: otherwise acquire and under his office in Ocala in said county, for an order
take all or part of the business
any property or
authorizing me.as guardian ol the minor. William
merchant and extensive trucker. His two ''Commodores of Comedy" kept the Irvine, :31, p. m.February. liabilities of ny other company. carrying on Ross Chambers
to sell at private sale the
-
friends were glad of his good fortuneIn audience in 'a roar for ten or fifteen 1906. Messrs. Lang, Swartz & Co. arethe any business which this company is authorized following property belonging to said estate, to-
FUmiington, 1, a. m. to carry on, or possessed of property suitable wit: Twenty chains square in the northeast ,
winning one so worthy minutes. They were heartily applaud- Central, 2, a. m. authorized agents of the ganders for the purpose of this company cornerof the rredonda Grant in Section twenty -
To issue shares in the stock of this
Geiger. :2! m. capital (20)) Township twelve (la) South Range
N. J. Townsend accompanied thp ed. p. Fertilizer Co. of Jacksonville. If either
as in
company fully or partly paid up,
r Mclniofch: 3, in. twenty one (:n) east,containing\ forty (40) acres
p. exchange for or for shares obligations
property I
wedded couple to their Martin any or more or less
newly The musical turn of Arthur Crawford are needing fertilizers, or anything
5 you
shady Grove a. m of other
.
any company or corporetion. Said land belonging to the said minor to b*
residence where they are now and James L. Finning was a good Santos. 5, p. m. in the fertilizer line,'you will do whether incorporated in the United States or sold for the best interest of said minor iiw. ,
Belleview, 6.Pedi' elsewhere, having objects the same as, or simi This the of
15th day N6veraoer
.
happily domiciled. one. They introduce a l.t'of choice ,, 7. a. m. well to figure with them before buy. lar in whole or part as those ol this company.To 1117MARY G. CHAMBERS.1905.Guardia

A- beautiful wedding feast to Mr. comedy with it. Levon. 7, i*. in. amalgamate with any other cotupany, corporation -
.ng. partnership, undertaking or person. .
and Mrs. Townsend and invited Suimnerneld, 8, a. m. with objects the similar the
i The performance ends with a laugh- same as or to objects ..
Candor. 8, p. m. Twenty pounds of sugar for 1. of this Ompauy.or any theiij.upcu any terms ADMINISTRTAOR'S NOTICENOTICE ; .
t friends was the first initiation when able afterpiece "The Darktown Cir- Oklawaha, 9. p. m. nnder any conditions or restrictions. and withor -
it the Fair. --
they left the train. This ideal repast cus," in which a lot of dummy circus Eastlake. 10, a. m. x without guarantees; for the performance of IS I
\ViersUale! 10, p. m. any special obligation of any other person or HEREBY GIVE TO AU. .
\ was" given by and served at the residence animals are introduced. It also brings Linadale company. whohold claims ofany kind against
12
I a. m. To promote establish or procure the ncot. tne estate of James Hatton Howard, late of Mar
of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Zimmerman out a bunch of fun for all. Draudys, 12. noon. poration any company.society, partnership ion county deceased to present the same for

of Martin. .1 All in all the entertainment is as Moss Bluff. 13, a. m. or undertaking, and to subscribe or take by way payment, duly proven to the undersigned ad-
Electra, 13, p. m. oi purchase. security or otherwise,and to offer ministrator, within the time prescribed by law, A
May Mr. and Mrs. Townsend live good if not beter than any which has Lynne, 14. a. m. for public or private subscription or to negotiate and in default thereof this notice will be pleaded .
the sale of the shares, bonds and obligations of in bar of such payment. My postoffice ad
Grahamville 14 1 to 3
,. long and prosper. Is the wish of their ever been seen here. p. m. any such company,or society or undertaking dress is Grahamville,Fla.
Connor, 14, 3 to ;5 m.Churchill. .
( scores of Florida friends.GRAHAMVILLE.. p. and to make any contracts,leases or agreementsin Nov 2Qth, 1905. HATTON HOWARD.
,- 15, p. m. relation theretoTo Administrator of the estate of James H Utaa

f : Good for the Governor. Eureka, 16, a. m. borrow or raise money for the purposes of Howard. u t st .
!I Daisy 16. p. m. the company,to create, execute and issue bonds.
e Fort McCoy, 17. a. m. or debentures, stocks, mortgages and other
-- The failure pf the effort to oust Pine (school house) 17, p. m. instruments [to bearer or otherwise and either NOTICE.OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALfe.'
Miss Lizzie Johnson of Grincr farm. Orange Springs 21 m. redeemable or perpetual] for the securing and
i Sheriff Jackson from an office to Citra p. repayment thereof with or without charge upon t
{ Is visiting Mrs. W. R. Fore. 22. all or any of the property of the comoany. and
which he was elected by a large majority Sparr, 23. upon such terms as to priority or otherwise as UNDER AND BY VIRTCE A CERTMV

Dr. Percy Llsk returned to Xashvllle against some of the strongest Anthony, 24.March There tn nort M cCal I Pau.nuol.la tk*CnhelStates the company shall think fit. judge rendered oi the by circuit t be court Honorable of the W.fifth S.Bulck .
1906. This u To lend, invest and deal with of the
thin < any other mrke oi paitrmt. M money judicial circuit of the state of
Tennessee
Monday. opposition ever faced in this country, Ocala. from 5th to 31st. account ot tbd*style, accuracy tr.d slmpbdtJ.lUd'all''la.d..ITIa.Quffll company not immediately required. upon such chancery for Marion county in Florida.a certrin sitting
Mrs. Howard Hall and little daughter ( of Ft kio.)ba :security or withoutsecurityand in such manner camse
Alfred
Ayer Assessor. pending therein wherein
is a mater for congratulation .. James E. Ch ce is
more subticnbers! than miy cither Liln' Mar>me.. O as from time to time may be determined.To .
Opal, of Arcadia are on a visit toMr. 1-12-tf. ,.u's subscription(u numbers) emu 5 0 ceil. Ltet I raise money upon loans or otherwise for complainant Annie M, Chandler and Henry
only for the Sheriff but for the peopleof
W. Chandler
number, A cent.. Every subscnber feU UcCali fu the purposes of the company. are defendant, said decree beiag : -
and Mrs.. L. M. Graham Hillsborough county and for the tern Free. Subxnbc todijr. i To make, accept, endorse and execute rendered on th; i8th day ot November. A. D.
relatives here ani NOTICE. Lady A...1. "'aal... H..4_.,...1....at issory notes bills of exchange and other prom negotiable 1905. I will offer for sale and will sell to the
After a visit with Governor who refused to be swayed by liberal call conmition. Patter Catal"llial(of to t*. instruments. highest and best bidder for cash at pnblic out-
and I ins) and Premium Catalogue!: (thowinf 400 prconumt) cry before the court hon.se door (south)in (cala.
Oxford Mr. Mrs. Dillon Long
in the demands of politicians. Sheriff; Notice is hereby given that on the | eat Ire*. Aiiiea THI McCAlL CO.New Y.STOCKHOLDER'S .. io purchase construct lease own and operate Marion county, Florida between thelegM hours
i steam vessels and other crat: rail tram
returned to their home on Pat's Island 7th and Sth of February, 1906, the ,or or of sale on the first :Monday in January. A D
Is road fo
Jackson an Immensely popular man I ---- -- or canals purposes of its own business
Bo.ud 'it County Comissioners of Mari 1906 to-wit:
,but not as a common carrier haring none
Tuesday. throughout Hillsborough county., This i fmnty. Florida, will be in sessionto MEETING.The of the ngi.ts and privileges of common carriers.or January ist,1906,

Ms. Martha Long of Fort I Ing. visited was demonstrated: by the size of the recee: : and consider plans and I none of the dunes obligations or liabilities of the following real property situate, hiog tad
si'et'irli. tums for. a new court house common carriers. being in Marion county. Florida to-wit:
relatives here last week. petition which went to the Governor for Main: county Florida, to be annual meeting of the stockholders To do all such other thing as are incidentalor Lots three(3)) aud four h) of block twenty- :-

Miss Nettle Llsk returned to Talla- protesting against his proposed decap- jrfi'Unl n the public square in Ocala, of the Ocala Foundry and Machine conducive to the attainment of the objects or eight (aS) of Old Survey of Ocala. excepting
> any ofthem above named which may be con- forty ((40) feet east and west
it a v4i :; "f from $5uOftO to $65,000 and j : by stventy-two (7*)
hassee Monday.Mr. itation. He 'is not over-popular with works \\ ill be held at the office of the, venientU tamed on and done in connection feet north and south m the southwest corner '
tilt'l'tects i; : invited to submit !
are
; herewith which be calculated
to
may directlyor of lot three ). much thereof .*
or '
TV. V. Bessant returned to New the professional politicians.. This fact jfi.iui- :.....I I specifications by that time. company in the city of Ocala, Fla., on indirectly enhance the value. or render profitable necessary to satisfy ii said so decree end cost may*. _

; Smyrna Sunday. constituted one of his chief recommen- H. W. Long Wednesday, 10th January, 1906, any business I or property of the company L W I>CVAl a
i''j"! i ii I' >an. Board of County Commissioners Special Master ;in Chancery
The, steamer Alligator is nearing dations. of Marion county, Florida. at 11 o'clock a. m. for the election of ARTICLE III. ALLKED & DAVIS,

completion. When finished she will The professional politicians were be- Attest: S- T. Sistrunk. Clerk. 1-12-41 officers and transaction of other 1ousi- The an.ount ot the capital stock authorizedby Solicitous f-r Complainant. in _-_. -:
'If t, the corporation be thirty-five Ihousand '
t be taken to Leesburg where she will hind the movement to'oust Sheriff ness. dollars divided into thiee hundred and fifty Above sale' has been postponed to

j.Jy 'upon the waters of Lake Griffin Jackson. There Is no room for doubt ,. _ N. W. HARISON. per shares share of,the payable par value in lawful ot one.money hundred of th?dollars Unitedta Monday Feb. 5, 1906.L. W. DUVAL. ; -

es. the same to be non-assessable and to be ,
r and Harris. on this point CHAS. E. THOMASPres.. Special Master in Chancery,
is-ued when the money tberetor has been paid (

On Sunday January the thirty-first, I These politicians had no special Sec. l- -lt into the treasury .:

Ferry1 Reedi are tot Ivcanu EO ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE OF FINA .
at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. |
grievance against Bob Jackson. successful years Lave beea sprit ia ARTICLE IV. DISCriARGE.

and Mrs. F. O. Kelly :Miss Blanche I They merely wanted his job for. one their expert develi>rare|imei.t in-bftlf nuking a icntnryof tbeiusaperiur TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.. The terra for which tnis company shall exist .

was united in marriage to Mr. Charles to all others NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. shall be ninety nine years. IB .
Court
of their friends.v We are 6IIeeiai14! in roving County Judge's Manos County
Mason Mr. Allen Gibson officiating. nowrr anil vraMe seed*. ARTICLE V. Florida.. la Re Estate of J. f, Edwards.
; The funny thing about the proceed- 'bv3 freed AKQUI.I free Deceased.

Only a few Intimate friends of the ings was that there were several different D.M. FERRY COH United States Land Office, Gainesville, BThe business of this corporation shall be con. 'VOITICI5 HEREBY GIVEN TO AW. 4

the Detroit, Fla, Dec. IS, 1905. ducted by a president vice president, who shall .*.* whew it may concern that on the
bride witnessed ceremony. cliques of politicians and sev- also b- general manager secretary: and treasurer -
Samantha. .Mich.. IS HEREBY GIVEN both of which offices mat be held by the i it day(tfj.,., 4. D#06,
eral different friends. NOTICE same person if desired and by a board of five the undersigned will apply to the Hot.: Joseph
The Governor doubtless sized up the p p compliance with the provi- directors of whom the president. vice president Bell,judge ot said court as judge of probate
sions of the act of Congress of June secretary and treasurer shall be members. fork final discharge as Administratrix of the .
situation without much difficulty.It Allot"saiJ officer of said corporation shall be estale 01 J. H. Edwrds. deceased and at the :
General Devant For Brigadier Gen- 3, 187S, entitled "An act for the sale stockholders thtrem. and all of said officers same time I will present to sad cmrt my final
is to his credit tha the rose above of timber lands In the States of California shall be elected J>y the stockholders at their annual upcounuas aaminitlraini of said estate, and
eral of U. C. V.s the dictates of factionalism and refused meeting to be held on the first Taesla in ask for their appoval.Dated -
Oregon Nevada and Washington March of each year. this Nov. 28 tD 1905, -
to set aside the people's will. Territory" as extended to all Colin Campbell Wyllie sr. shall' be president D. C Enw ARDS.
The Confederate Veterans of MarIon '" 1 Froile Van Espen shall be vice presideit and As Administratrix Estate 01 J, F'. Elwards. a.- ,_
It is altogether the most commendable 1I I the Public Land States by act of .Aug general manazer: Colin C. Wyllie, jr., shall be ceased. 0 -lit 6a .'

Camp in response to the general the most refreshing thing that ust 4, 1892, John D. Robertson of secretary and treaMirer.acd with Henry Korls ,
and O. T.Green shall const Cute the first board I -
WATERMELONS/! [
order of the commander which was Napoleon B. Broward has done since Ocala county cf :Marion, State (or directors: allot said officers to be continuedin NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. .. ..

printed in these columns met at the he became Governor of Florida.-Tam- Territory), of Florida, has this day filed office and conduct the business of the cor
poration until the election and qualification of Department of the Interior. Land Office at'
council chamber Monday morning at pa Tribune. -- in this office his sworn statement th<*ir snces<
;' 11 o'clock.Commander. Good Money in Growing Large Wa- No. 334; for the purchase of the East under the provisions of this article. VTOTICE ISHER-BY GIVEN 1HAT! THE "

ARTICLE VI. 1A followirg named settler has filed notice of .
termelons.I one-half of the Southeast one-quarter.
Hubbard explalne'd the Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Clark and their The highest amount of indebtedness or liabil his IIolen noD to make final proof in support of
I Northwest quarter of Southeast ity to which I Ins corporation shall at any time
quar-
his claim and that said proof will be made be-
object of the meeting which was to pretty little daughter Esther, passed have been planting each year subject itself shall be thirty-five thousand dol-
ter and Northeast quarter of South- fore Clerk Circuit Court at Cola, Fla., on
name a successor to Brigadier General for several from 70 to 100 lars. .
; through Ocala Tuesday afternoon on years west quarter of Section No. 5, In "RTI'LP.11.. J2Nu4P76. 19.6. '

( Francis P. Fleming promoted to their way to their home at Martel acres in Eden variety of Watermelons Township No. 18 S. Range No. 20 E. 1 he cnraes of the s-.bscribers to these articles viz: Joseph Smith oi S<1mmeri ld. Fla.Hd No. '
are a- loUos and their places of residence is 29463. SOiitbeastqnariCr of southweSt q..art.r
major general of the division. after spending several weeks with relatives and have made good mon- and will offer proof to show ,that the set opoosite each name. together with the anti southwest quart of southeast quarter section

Comrade J. H. Livingston, sr.. I secured amount of stock subscribed for by each. 25, township 17 south, range 33 east.
at Valdosta, Ga. ey every year. good land sought is rnpre valuable for its Shares of
He names the following witnesses to prove his I
:. placed in nomination General J. C. Eden seed to begin with and have timber or stone than for agricultural Name. Residence Capital Stock. continuo-js residence upon and cultivation of 3
I.ondon. Enelana, share
Colin C WylIie.jr.. i '
f Devant, of Brooksville. and spoke eloquently Young Ammons, charged with the improved them each year, by selecting purposes, and to establish his claimto Em'leVan'Espen Pant France. 348 shares said Pack land Morer viz of:Summerfield DeWitt Smith Fla cf,Oxford.Sam Morer Fla.

; and enthusiastically of his larceny of ten dollars at the Florida my 'seed from only large said land before Clerk Circuit courtat O. T Green, Ocala. Florida, i share (If Sumraerfield. FIa R, D Morer.of Summer -

Ocala Fla i the signature of the subscribing incorporators field. Fla. p
on
I services to the "lost cause." The motion House some time ago, entered a pleaof and well shaped melons I have Witness 12 i W. G ROBIKSON. Register, .. 0
Monday, the 26th day of Feb., 1906. I .
placing General Devant in nomination guilty before Judge Bell Tuesday.It them dried in the shade, which EMILE VAS ESPEN. ., : -
ti He names as witnesses: Three hundred and forty eight shares -
was seconded by several and seems he is now in trouble with the will when properly planted always W. L. Brooks of Holder Fla. COLIN C. WYLUB, JRone share NOTICE.In .

; as the camp was unanimous in his United States authorities. come up as they are sound and L. W. Brooks, of Holder, Fla. S'ate O.of T Florida GREEN, one share. C .-

favor Adjutaht E. T. Williams was full. I have 1500 lbs., of choice S. P. Potter, of Iverness, Fla.S. Marion County. before fersonat1r.ao.. the Circuit Court of the Filth Judicial Circuit of
that me :
I heteby certify Florida in and for Marion
_instructed: to cast the thirteen votes :Mrs. Clara Alberty. of Hutson. Ill., seed to offer at 50c. per lb. When S. Savage of Ocala, Fla. peared cohn C Wyllie jr. and mile Van County.In Chancery
Arthur Lewis CompUio _.. glizabethLewi
T Green each of whom are to
for him and he was unanimously declared Is the guest of Mrs. N. A. Wallace at you send yojJ B&R for seed and Any and all persons claiming adversely me EspenandO well known as the person who subscribed to- :, Cclendant: Order For ConsirnctiTC

the choice of the Marion county her home In the fourth ward. After wish me tCttso, I will Instruct the above described lands are the foregmog article ot incorporation and each Service. -1
of whom acknowltdied before me that be IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT -4
camp. several day's visit here she will go to you how to prepare fertilize and requested to file their claims In this signed the said articles of incorporation as one IT herein named. to-wit:Elizabeth: Lewis and
said 26th! of subscribers to said articles and each of she is hereby required to to he bill at
Office on or before : day of the appear
General Devant is a magnificent Tampa. for a visit to her son Mr. cultivate. Let your order come in said subscribing incorporators acknowledged complaint in this cause oa or before

V gentlemen; he enlisted in the Confederate Kurtz Wallace. at once. I sold the same kind of February 1906. before me that be had subscribed his for name.I the. }j&aj, the $th day of February, A.D.ig<&
W. G. ROBINSON Register. amount of capitalstock set opposite
service as captain of the University seed over S. C, Ga.. and Fla., last further certify that I am a dul) commissionednotary It U further ordered that a, copy of this orderbe
This notice must be published oncea and that my commission. as such published once a week for eight consecutive
Rifles of South Carolina and Miss Sallie Camp, after spendingthe which perfect satisfaction. public weeks in the Ocala
year gave week for nine consecutive weeks ina official is now in force and does not expire un- Banner a newspaper published
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his: record throughout the war was Christmas and New Year holiday til the 9th day September. A.,D \909.In in said county and state.
newspaper published nearest the witness whereof I loire hereunto set my This uth. day of Nov. 1905. 5
that of a dashing, daring brave and season at home In this elty" ,%left Sat- land, and must also be posted in a hand and affixed my official seal this the and (seal) S. T. SISTRCKX.

; courageous officer and without spot urday for Baltimore to resume her FURHANSr L I consplculous place in the land office day of December,,905. :1'.E.BIGGSt EDWIN SFESCEB Clerk. Marion Circuit County Court Fla

. t,r blemish. studies. Blackville. S. CV for the same period. l- !. ... SKAL.1= Notary Public. Complainanti: olkJtor.by H.Co Sistnulk.1 .c:.

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,; A Western religious paper coming .

L to our table this morning after quot- -- ., .,
lag.an editorial from Our Dumb 'Animals -

on college hazing adds "Mr. An- ./. -".. ." _, ,'.' ,, ',""_" _' ':- '' AKE ,
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.. Bell reminds us of another man who : -: .- ., .< .' ,- .." .i".' ..--,,""':", -.' '=-" "t!.'>
like himself has admirable qualities F.1ABE THE': ;
aid does good things but makes sure -G41 ,
ef speakjng well of Catholics" when he .
sees an opportunity. ---
Answer: "Why shouldn't weT Catholics -
have been of wonderful assistance ;

to us in our work. Archbishop TEA POY'CROGcRYe
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Williams was one of the first to join
oar Parent Band of Mercy, the Catholic -
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: Bishop of Chicago rendered us in- .. -
1 fiEltely important aid in establishing
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tae Illinois Humane Society, the .
Catholic priest at Jacksonville, Florida .
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was one of the most earnest to f "
aid us in starting a society in that ; :: !J i : '. '; ": j ::
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city. When we asked permission of '_ : .1: '
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en school committee to address all ----- .': .S : .'.- t'-, ', '" :-' ,, ,'.,
,' the public schools of Boston one hour -- : .. .
L each, the first to rise and move the I -.-..: wCJ .
unanimous permission granted us was

a Catholic by the lawyer.eminent, on When what specialist we was lay,from withdoublepneumonia declared I We aim to please our trade by giving: them the y :


:Boston to be our deathbed Patrick A. ---- --..
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:Bonahoe, leaving his pressing busi-
: less, came several miles to cheer and that be
I best bought at
4 comfort us. These are only a few of i can living priceswhich we 3.
> Many reasons why we should tell as -
freely Of Catholics as of Protestants ;; :::: '
the good things which we think they understand 0.
r to be As Prices
do.-.Geo. T. Angell. In Our Dumb Aninals. a legitimate profit. are

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4 Monument to Southern Women. always Governed by the Quality, Purchased.We '

The Journal feels particularly proud r .

.f the appearance of a portion of last : '
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i Sunday's paper-the supplement headed -
e-- "Our Women in the War" This '
was issued in the interest of the .
Movement which" has for its.object the E Handle Three Lines of Goods : *: 3. "

erection of a lasting memorial to the ..' :: j'j'T
> ble and, devoted women- of the f -4 : .
3 ; Southern Confederacy. The special
edition was edited and managed by '
those having charge of the movement; .
den. C. Irvine Walker, 1 representing Good Better and Best -
both the Confederate.veterans and thee I .
.ns of the Confederate veterans, be- .' ,
rig the manager, and Mrs. W. II. Fel- 7 '
4 ten, of Georgia, the editor of the edit -

supplements tion. The ,practice the matter of Issuing whereof these is | And its up to yon which yon want, for we ,

compiled and edited by the leaders of '
the movement, in connection with var- -4

should!..? papers have the throughout effect. of the greatly south advancing | sell our Goods Strictly on their Merits. .

the work. I'
There fs not in ajl history a more --- ,
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inspiring tale than the story of the \
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.C devotion of the women of the Confederacy -4 -
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They prove themselves her- -4IIf
.. sine of the type that live forever in I41

I lag Hag Ute.veterans practical and story and-It brave the is sons the, self-sacrific-of purpose veterans of We, allow no Misrepresentation as to Quality. All 1 4 !

t* build a permanent memorial oft
me sort to them in each of the,
'states which seceded. The appeal for | Articles sold must be as represented or ..ft

u fund, to make this. possible should' your money

Meet with a ready response.-Atlanta I ... .
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Death of a Tramp. _
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A Texas paper-, the Walde Leader- --- .-... ''
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News gave the following account off -
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the death of a tramp: -- S S.-. .. ,'" S ; : .=---' -- "",

over witnessed."One at of the the was undertaker's'we saddest on yesterday sights ,we looked when ever We are Exclusive Agents for, : .. ,, .: :,: .,,:.: ,. >0': '...,' ;:: t


uion the form of a dead tramp, foundat > ,
the Inge .switch, five miles east of

downfall tewn Tuesday is unknown night.,The but'cause the'of nightvertook his I! Chase & Sanborn's Famous Coffees and Teas. .: .

him and, sitting down upon ;r" : E T4
tke embarkment, he had chilled to 1'.' : .
death and rolled down the incline, '; '
where he was found muddy and be- Scarlet

draggled.The man. ,was old and emaciated: I Royal Canned Goods. :'d );_ ,

his clothes torn and patched, and his ",:, -4.

Approximately longhair height 5 fet thickly 9' his inches sprinkled age and was weight with about gray.140 60 .T etley' as also Dr. Shepard inehurst T eas. '''' : ',


>unds.. His body and clothes were
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ftveredith lime and grime, presenting -
a loathsome spectacle. .... .
t It is hard to imagine that a human .
being could get in a condition so
wretched. To be traveling so far from Remember: The Ham
What :
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shelter! and human sympathy, expose Ath1i
: ) to the wretched weather, deprived -
r '' of every comfort, and then to ,,
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die Such,like things a dog. have been noted ,by E I '
ta > ;
any relOrten Piesumably he was : .

when young, prosperous-maybe the :->---- TheE P ', ', ,.,.",', >." ,. 'I
:guardian of a happy home or the :>- -i- '." '.' '
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cherished son of fond parents. Dissipation :Ii -- : >
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may have caused his downfall "' .
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; ; he became a hobov wanderer .'-

recognizing no place as home and C.............. '. j.
almost \ _
claiming n) ties. And yet this ---- < .
invaribly is the end of the tramp. j I! -- Th Place f' ,. .
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t" To live worse than a dog, to be :- -
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buried with less sympathy than a { / J .
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faithful dog may claim! What a -- ::{f'
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to to be OO-- -. ,(:- '_,' I ,
warning every young may ', .
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honest industrious shun temptation : -- ,. ,- : .' ''.., ..' ,
and avoid bad 'company. C! 11

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Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L. D. ---

morning Of Waverlyr, when Texas first arising writes,:I"Of often a .C '. ,--' '. T-POT GROCERY: ---eJ. i"J
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find a troublesome collection of phel- '
i egm which produces a cough and Is L .... .
very hard to dislodge; but a small G
quantity o fBallard's Horehound Syrup ., .
will at once dislodge it, and the trou- -tIIII .]
ble Is over. I know of no medicine _. ..
that Is equal to it, and,it is so pleas- ., OO ." .....
ant to take. I can host cordially recommend "


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