<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



The Ocala banner
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00360
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00360
 Related Items
Related Items: Ocala morning banner
Preceded by: Ocala banner-lacon

Full Text
.::<' ;'L ..:; ': ,ii \., i": .J y' ;i ? .. f :: '
-- .' T..t. '" : '& $ 'hlf't > .
;;--"""' ...t ". ..':tr ; "'" '1" if' .. '" -
"'-, ,. ,,
; ;0. v.
r ')' ."..
>
: .
t'f'
1/ : ':'. .

>j .,......,.

,.; :.....'>.:'. !'r'L': ::. '- f'.c 1EJIJNTiIFJ1E4JGii" ': '

...' .-" -;. ? : '-, f''! ;,''>,... t'_'




'-
.
F .
", '



.

j "
[ ; :
.
,
;
''k.
...
--
_
: V I -
: .

f. .," AJU.' '' V .' .. -. '"<. >. ... < .... .<' }I"j' .$ WEDDINGS .$ "
.V c" .. __ -. r... ., ., "' ... .. -V .,
'
1 >- *- ', ._V ,. '. ,, '< .., '" NINEYEARS OLD. .
'
-- : -* < -- I
: > : ,
-
; -
/ : : "
J Ch'01'c'e r. Crossett-Dancy. Clark-Bonner,

V ',.. : : -; At a beautiful simple wedding, wit- The wedding of Mr. Benjamin How-' January 17, 1897, was our birthday, and our

' ''0' ',- VV.: I : I nessed by a very large number of ard Clark and Miss Lillian "Browning bank-is the oldest in the county But its strength is not ,
} .
Selection ',f : I friends .and .relatives, Miss Carolyn Banner:. at the home of the bride's par- in age; it is,in promptness, conservatism and real desireto

:!," : .,, ., .. i Hollowes Dancy was united in mar- ents on Rose avenue Thursday night assist +its clients, together with the ability to,do so. I

J' .'.." '.. ; .' .riage to Mr. Edgar Lee Crossett. was a brilliant society event and the

t. : Of : The ceremony'took place at half BIter I large crowd that witnessed the ceremony MUNROE & CHAMBLISS ,

. .:" "f :three o'clock In St. John's chapel, and partook. of the hospitalityof .
.... < t BANKERS. .
and was performed: by Rev. Van Win- the family all agree mat
der Shields. pretty wedding. Ocala Fla.,Jan. 16, J 906.k .
.
; .
!( "' >' _--' .._
FINECLiINA 'The chapel was 'prettily arrangedwith The house was beautifully decorated :
._._ _. _
--- -
quantities of palms ferns and throughout and no pains were .' ..

bamboo vine and it was the loving spared tQ make' everything look likea hassee has "been announced, their
'p I I
: r, (Haviland on Every,Piece) work of the friends of. the sweet )young" wedding. marriage take place in ,the .early

bride. The ceremony was performed by spring. rRLiTlG j
-
rI.oTo"be had at the Candles burned on. the altar, and the Dr. B. IL Carroll jr., pastor of the -- Dr. Ausley is a.prominent young

fist ; fragrance of the" white carnations filled Baptist church and it was the prettiest physician of that city and Miss ,Saxonis
S ,
'the air. ceremony we have ever heard. one of the most popular society .
.
! Promptly at .the appointed hour thewedding' After the ceremony the happy ones girls in the state. <
: : Postoffice Drug Store arrived. I. -
the
rr party were warmly congratulated by assembled 'We Have Now in Stock

First came the ushers, Mr. George I guests, and later on refresh- Wilson-Bott. o -. or

McXelty, with Mr. Eugene Dodge and ments were serve the Most .
Complete Line of
t Mr Stanton Knight jyith Mr. Will Many beautiful presents were on Miss. Irene Bott, of Mon.Jcello, and
: .. SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, I The Ladies'Card ...
I. Local Editor. .1 I Young Club. Hallowes.. I display attesting the popularity of the Mr.. Madison Harrison Wilson of RINGS that Can Be Found '

nz-. : The first meeting of the Young Ladies ;. Then came the maid of honor, thebrlde's fair young bride and her chosen life
)". Quincy. will be married at the home
Card Club this winter was held younger sister Miss Agnes' partner. a Anywhere. .

f.IilP} I l\It\JS\ \ ABOUT TOft'N.Mr. Thursday afternoon at the handsome I of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Dancy, in a beautiful gown of steel The bride and Sjjjjtm will remain .

;;', new home of Mrs. Charles S. Cullenon gray aeolian with gloves and shoes here until Monday Pen 'they will depart Shirley Bott on January the twenty- Call and See'Them.

f:" Fort King kvenv The following to match. The style of the costumewas I for Ocala, Fla., their future home fourth.
f.. ,,,, Mr.,'arid :Mrs. T. J_ Owen spent Sunday -
f young people' are members of the club in the modish eton jacket effect, ; and Mexia will have lost another of Miss Bott is well known and popu- I

j?.." .: at Lake Weir. ,. this year: Mrs. Cullen, Mrs. E. T. with elbow sleeves and it was trimmed I her fairest ; : lar all over the state. Two years ago -
o Helvenston Mrs W. T. Gary, Mrs. D. elaborately with hand-run tucks, : Evening News.
.to' -, \[rs. William Marlowe visiting at the Confederate reunion at Nashville
S. Woodrow, Mrs. Mallory Liddon, and a touch of gold braid and em-
f\ relatives at i
High Springs.
Mrs. E. C Welsh; Mrs. W. H. Powers, broidery. With the -stylish suit was 1 Williams-Smith. Tennessee, she was the sponsor ? f-
i(
. Misses Sue Barco, Mary Anderson, worn an exquisite lace waist, and a from Florida and was one of the most
: t :; *f course it must Bustle and hurry
'! It it expects "to see George. Sara Harris, Valeta Potter, Ethel handsome gray velvet hat, with beautiful -'- A very beautiful marriage took attractive girls at the reunion.

Robinson, Annie Davis, Sarah McCreery white plumes. Her flowers were place Wednesday January the tenth -

(" "Sunny Jim" Robinson and Hal. G. Meta Jewett, Hattie Dye and Es- bridesmaid roses. at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. Jas.Smith 'Davis' -Ripley.

f Eagleton areup from Tampa. ther Weathers. The visitors presentat The bride entered with her father, at Citronelle, Citrus county, Fred 0. B. Weihe

iy .. ;.aJd3- ,_. the meeting with Mrs., Cullen were Mr. J. M. Dancy, and she was be- Fla., The. contracting parties were A. quiet wedding occurred at the v-j

.Ie r-;...... 't If r. and Mrs. Z.. C. Chambliss-, spentSuiday her cousin, Miss Carter Joiner; of Wilson -, comingly attired in a very handsome Mr. Elbert ,E. Williams and Miss .Convent of the Holy Nmes Sunday Tile] Jeweler, .

N, C., Mrs. G. C. Pasteur. Miss going-away gown of royal blue aeolian Francis Smith. Florence RIsley and Mr.
i"' with friends at McIntosh. evening, Miss V

fV Miriam Pasteur and Miss Ella Fisher in jacket and skirtt style. The Mr. Williams is the well knofrn son Ambrose B Davis being the contracting L .J

' And the Star is ptlll displeased with. of Pennsylvania,. who is visitingMrs. short Eton was made with elbow of Mr. Theophilus Williams, the cat- parties. Rev.: Father White performed : iFLORIDA'S -

c. Welsh. :sleeves: and was trimmed with a quantity tle of Marion and is Tribune I
f, < our service. Too bad. isn't it? king scounty, a the ceremony.-Tampa -
t There were four tables of progres- of tiny, hand-run tucks, with a gentleman of* sterling worth and excellent .' SCHOOLS.

: \' Miss Delia Fosnot, of East Lake sive whist and in one room Miss Joiner touch of gold braid and finished with qualities.Miss Mr. Davis is a brother of Mr. Paul -

j; tT.ir, spent Tuesday with friends in i marker the scores, while in the the daintiest of real lace ruffles. The Smith is the daughter of the C.. Davis, of Ocala.and is,himSelf well Principal Hold or State Aid Schools Must yr
State
f Oeala, i other Mrs. Pasteur marked them. Af- beautiful white messaline waist was pioneer settler of Citrus county. Mr. known here.. Certificate.

'.1.. J ter several rounds of whist were played lace trimmed, and made with much Jas. Smith, who is also the cattle -

Mr. and Mrs. Henry W; Long were refreshments were served and the 'hand tucking. A dark blue velvet hat king "Citrus county. She ,is .an accomplished MoormanWalters.Mr. .Tallahassee Jan. -Fjjllowing circular .r

I R la Ocala Monday on their way to afternoon was .a very delightful one. with pale blue velvet plumes, blue and beautiful young lady E. Il. Moorman, of Grab 'myiIle letter has been Issued by State

i Jacksonville. Mrs. Welsh won the prize for points, shoes and gloves to match; completedthe Those that attended the ..marriage and Miss .Hattie Walters, who lives Superintendent of Public Instruction, -

f. a set of gold pins, and the prize for modish toilette, which was one of were the immediate, relatives of the a few miles south of:Ocala were united W. M. Holloway;

Mrs. Schlemner spent last week in games a silver call bell was won by the prettiest ever worn by a Jackson- bride and groom. in marriage Sunday by Mr J. E.1 I Too the.County Boards' of Public In-

;' ." Lake City with her mother, Mrs. Anna Miss Davis. 1 ville bride. Her flowers were beauti- The words that made them man and Bailey, notary public of this city.. struction: desire to call your attention .F

:' TfMson.Mrs. The weekly gatherings of these ful bride's roses. wife were spoken by Judge Barksdale ,, :Mr. and- Mrs. Moorman... will make to the fact that after_ July: 1, 1906, V

young people are always enjoyable and At the chancel the wedding party of Dunnellon. After the marriage, their borne at GrahamvUle, where the state aid will not be granted to any

t;, 0 '.__ .- D. E. McIver. and!' her father. add a great deal of pleasure to the was met by Mr. Crossett and his best which took $aee at high moon, the groom is in business. senior high school whose principal is _

t k": C&pt. A. McIntosh, are spending today winter months and are eagerly looked man. Mr. Richard P. Drysdale.Rev. guests repaired to the.dining room and r not the holder of a state certificate.

V r :.''.* .- at Orange Lake. forward to by the members. Dr. Shields spoke the impres- partook of the bountiful supply of Romantic Marriage.A Should any county board of pubiife _

5 ,-- sive words which united the young good things to eat, which had been rather romantic marriage occurred instruction refuse to comply with this

t. '; Mrs. II. C. Jones has a. handsome In the circuit court at Ocala last couple. for a life of happiness. I prepared for the occasion. at Pensacola Thursdy morning at regulation, such refusal on its part

t new black horse and in a few days will Monday elaborate resolutions commemorating After receiving .congratulations and I Thursday Mr. Williams took his the union depot when Mr. Charles wil cause, all schools under its super- .

",- get a new surrey. the death of the late Gen. good wishes informally, the happy bride to Leroy where he will engagein Covington, son of C. IL Covington vision, which have heretofore received

, f Robt. Bullock were presented and young couple left on the :East Coast the farming and stock raising bus manager of the Consolidated Grovery $600 as a senior high school appropriation -

Mr. H. M. Hampton, who' has been spread upon the minutes, and many train for Daytona, where they will company was wedded to Miss Stella to forfeit, the same.

"r. .. on the sick' list for the past several eloquent tributes paid to his memoryby spend ,a fortnight.Mrs. ness.A long, happy and successful life Danaby. The ceremony was performed -, In order to accommodate as far as

,k. ,days! is now much improved... members of the bar.-St. Augus- Crossett is one of Jackson Is the wishes:: of"One in the ladies' waiting room by Rev. possible, all persons who may desire < E 7

hV, tins ,Record.The ville's sweetist and brightest young Who Was There. P. H. Whaley, just before the departure to apply for a state certificate. I have

The Star says, that It "just hustles" women. Of an old and honored family of the young people for the trip decided to hold examinations. for this V VV

-and even then it can not keep up Ocala friends of Capt. A. O. she is widely acquainted and as WilkinsonStringfellow.Hawthorne I north. purpose, beginning on Tuesday, June

wlt), the pace that is set for it. MacDonell, of the S. A. L. railway, widely liked. a, 1908 and continuing for four days,
"was agreeably surprised -
will be sorry to know that he has Mr. Crossett is a splendid young fellow Thursday by a quiet marriage that Davis-Lanier. at the following places: Maria:ina, for

Dr. Thomas K. Slaughter, of Belle- been quite sick for the past week at the acommodatlon of middle and west
p As bookkeeper for Bond & Bours took place at 1 o'clock at the residence :Mr. Leon Davis, of Jacksonville and

V view, and Mr. Arthur Hardaker of his Fernandina home. On Sunday he is conversant with the business of R. H. Stringfellow, where :Miss Irene Warren Lanier, daughter Florida applicants; Jacksonville, for : -

t" Martel, were, visitors to Ocala on Sun- Capt. MacDonell was. reported very the accommodation of all '
applicants
world and is highly thought of. He his daughter, Miss Janie Stringfellow of Hon. T. B. Lanier, of Tavares, were

day. v much better. comes from Tennessee, where his people was'married to Mr., Carl Wilkinson recently secretly .married .at Griffin., residing in east Florida; Dade cfty, '

l': have served in the State Legisla- : of Waldo. Ga., where the bride' was engaged as I for the accommodation of thwho
I
llr.. Harry Stalberg went down to Strayed-from my place at Martel, ture and been otherwise prominent. Mr. The groom is a gentleman of ster- a nurse In the hospital there. Immediately -I I live in south Florida. These examinations :}

,Dunnellon afternoon for a large Jersey.cow, no mark or brand; will be held -V
Tuesday. a Crosstt himself is a young man of ling business qualities, and he owns I after the ceremony Mrs. Davis I under the direct
short visit to his nephew in that one horn brass tipped other tip lost supervision of the state department of
brains and ability, and his friends pre- and operates extensive turpentine Interests resumed her studies in the hospital

city .. off Any Information leading to her dict for him an assured success. in this state as well as in Ala- and Mr. Davis returned to Jackson education. iV
1- recovery will be suitably rewarded. D. The following is a list of the texts
! of Mr. and :Mrs. Crossett will be at bawa. The bride, a descendant of the ville. .
Mrs J. P. Hilburn and son, Oscar, A. Clark, Martel, Fla. 1-16-tf from which the questions Mill be tak
rt home to their friends at Mrs. M. C, ante-bellum aristocracy of South Carolina Mrs Da\'is came to Florida a few

L leave tomorrow Live Oak to joinMr. Drysdale's Beaver street until lat- can trace her lineage to some days ago and she and Mr. Davis have I en: 1 f
1 : Hilburn there and to make that Mrs. Minnie Bostick has returned White's American Book "
Geometry
; when will to housekeeping where will ,
er on, they go of .the best families of that state. gone to Titusville, they I
city their: home this year. home from Jacksonville, where she of the beau- Company, Atlanta. I
and use some many The happy couple left on the north- make their home....
went to attend a millinery opening of tiful wedding gifts sent them.-Jacksonville bound train for Jacksonville. Friends 0 Trigonometry We->>twort 's (nQW' -
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pittman Have Parisian hats which were exhibited -
pattern
Tifnes- Ginn & Co.. fggwt thiV
Union. accompanied them to, the depot V and Hampton'-Carl ton, Atlanta; any
goae to housekeeping in their new at the Duval Hotel by a well tables. "
amid a shower of rice they made their .t. Mr
cottage just next to the home of Mr. known Baltimore firm. Pleasant and Most Effective.T. departure. Wednesday January 10, 1906 Botany Gray's Field, Foresfjcr.

and :Mrs. J. A. Pittman. J. Chambers Ed. Vindicator, Lib .
M. Garden, with Apgar's Plant ,Ana
Miss Laurie Carlton and Mr.yH. ,
Mrs. W, S. Durst and Miss Briggs erty, Texas, writes Dec 25, 1902: They expect to take in New Orleanson
,
American Book
and unsolicited by Rev. DePass officiating. Company.Zoology
0 "With pleasure their wedding tour and will make Hampton,
Misses Julia and Virginia Mayor paid our office a pleasant call last to the curative Briefer
f' you, I bear testimony their home at Pollard Ala. The marriage was a very quiet cne Packard's Goar* ,
; went down to Lake Weir Tuesday afternoon night on their return from the Ep- power of Ballard's Horehound Syrup.I Henry Holt & Co., New York.
the relatives and some nearby
e have used it in my family and can only
,to spend a few days with worth League meeting and Inspectedour '
cheerfully affirm it is the most effec- AusleySaxon.The friends being invited. Physics Avery's Elementary, Sheldon -
; their sister, :Mrs. Jesse Neely. new :Mergenthaler machine. tive and best remedy for coughs and is the third daughter of I & Co.. New Yor '
colds I have used." engagement of Miss Bessie Mul- Miss Laurie
____ T ever
,; ."; Leon, -- Sold. by all druggists. m 1 ford Saxon and Dr. Ausley, of Talla- JL E.. Carlton and a young lady of Rhetoric.. William's _Composition and .
; Hale .home .
and Ernest left yester-
Berger )'Ir.Arthur Clark came
D. C. Heath & Co. Atlanta
many personal charms. She will be Rhetoric. -
Monday night for Ocala, where they day afternoon from Orange Lake ,
much missed in social and musical. -
: ," will attend the state meeting of drug- where he spent the previous day hunt- OURSPRIRG" circles. I Literature, (English), Trimble's ,

: gists.-Tampa Times. ing. He was very successful and
Short Course, Eldrldge & Bro., Phil-
.. The groom Is a bright young law- .
brought back a string of gne looking -
; of ,Ocala who will bo jemembered, adelphia.
: : io I>r. \V R. O. Veal of Cotton Plant, wild duck. yer
General History, Myer/s Ginn & Co.
here as a resident of Arcadia some
attended the meeting of the GOODS
grand
three years ago. I, Phychology and Psychic Culture.Halleck's. -
.. lodge of Masons in Jacksonville this The Cherokee, of the Cylde. Steam-
.V The happy pair left on the ;5 o'clock American Book Company.
week. Mrs. Veal accompanied him. ship Line is aground near Atlantic
t train fqj Tampa, many friends beingat Latin, Harkness's Grammar Amer-
City, New Jersey and it is feared will -Are. Arriving and We Need the Room. the depot to see them off. The ican Book Company.

Miss Margaret Walters, after a fewday's become a total wreck. It has ,been
t, Champion joins their other friends In Caesar (two books), Lowe &Ewing'sScott
visit with relatives .Coleman abandoned by the officers and crew.
and Mrs. Hampton every Forsman & Co. Chicago.
tHE NEXT 30 wishing Mr.
,
came home Friday afternoon. She DAYS
joy in life.-Arcadia Champion. t Virgil (two books, of Aeneid), any
v was accompanied by her cousins Mrs. President Roosevelt has been extended i

*'" C. M. Watson and Mrs. G. F Watson. an invitation to attend theOrmondDaytona 1 text.Any
automobile races We will sell all Winter Dress Goods, Un- Bride and Groom Return. j i applicants who may not be pre-

e. '. I pared to complete the whole examina- ,
"' Mr. and Mre. C, N. Nelson, of Saint next week and it is hoped that he will
and Mrs. Howell M. Hampton i tion at this time will be permitted to
;f .. Louis, are in Ocala for the winter be able to spare the time to be present derwear Sweaters Etc at greatly reduced Mr II' '
take examination on five of
; 0 who were married at Arcadia Wednesday an any
: and are at the Savoy HoteL Mr. Nel-
night, spent Thursday in Tam the ten subjects he may choose. The
son is a.travelling man and is now Now time for
prices. your and arrived home Friday after- examination on the remaining five
JJi .making Ocala his. headquarters. Miss Robert Cooper and Miss Lil- pa
Mrs. Hampton was formerly subjects may be taken at the close
lie Reed, of Denmark, South Carolina noon.
-
Miss Laurie Carlton and il S harming of the Teacher's Summer Training
i Mr and Mrs. Ford attracted considerable are the attractive guests of Mrs. A. BARGAINS !
woman. Schools, held at Tallahassee and
attention at the opening of L. Izlar. young
the Ponce Mr. and Mrs. Hampton are stoppingat Gainesville. ; the exact .date of which .
on Tuesday by driving upi

to the gates in a neat pneumatic speed Miss Mary- Simrall., of Ormond. witha I the Ocklawaba Inn, where they are will .announced later.
Helvenston Pasteur Co. the congratulations and'best'fshes W, .IL HOLLOWAY r
wagon drawn .by one of their trainedostrlches.St. total of 6.87 votes led the Times- : receiving """
i friends. State Superintendent.
of- their
\\
Augustine Meteor., Union speed ,king contest yesterday iI
I I -
..


.
4

,
,
r
.
IV


YVL) VV :tV V .,j."l- ....

-: '



I

.,

,.
..,.- ;' ,Ii
,

.:: JAGE.: ,TWO. THE' OCALA BANNER FRIDAY, JANUARY. 19,. 1906. 11

I ____. "no"'AI.. .
-- -
HU1'
"' M'INTOSH ITEMS. '- 41 OANGE LAKE. BELLEVIEW NEWS. |r LIVE, OAK'S GROWTH. Profit of $1.81 Per Hen; Wire Grass II
Ii '
Special Correspondence, Ocala Banner Experience. House-Wra. H. Price,Tampa, -
'Banner Opportunities for industries in the Ocala!
Ocala
the
"Special to : .
: v, T. A. Cox, state evangelist forTh Mr. McClure and family who recently Palatka Fla.; Gus.
I Mr. and Mrs. Sands Haviland, ofarlboro I Thriving 'Florida City. Fla.; J. S. Burt
,, :i
,:Christian, church. is her i .i fewday's i moved here from Kentucky are 5' In connection with, the rapidly growing Jacksonville, Fla.; G. B.
: N. Y., arrived in Belleview Richmond
- ; visit: ; also to make a visit ,.0 I residing the home orf Mrs.,Stewart % 'I To say that Live Oak is today one'of industry ot poultry and egg raising ,' Ga.; C. H. Burnett
Miller Macon
Saturday for the "interand are stop- -
; bis son, who is at Micanopy underI They are an acquisition to our place, ping at the Seminole while their the most extensively talked, about In Georgia the following experiments Jacksonville Fla.; James Steele New '

treatment of Dr. & Son. towns in Florida is not overstating the reported to Section
Montgomery being interested In the school .Sun- house is being remodeled. t have been York; Ti I* Greer, Jacksonville Fla;

;_ ).trs. Crewitt of,South Caroline came day school, churches. etc. ,Mr. Arthur Hardaker, of Martel case. But when one takes into consideration Director J, B. Marbury from a farmin B. W. Blount lampa; Fla.; A. R. Wise,

\ In last week to spend the winter with Mrs. McClure's mother and, father, was the ,guest of Dr, and, Mrs. T. K. marvelous yet substantial south Georgia. Lake City, Fla.; Pedro M. Sales. Tampa -

her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Rush. Mr. and Mrs. Long and her sister and Slaughter Saturday 'and Sunday. f growth for the past five years, its On this farm in the wiregrass section Fla.: H. H. P'Alembert, Pensa- '

Mr: C. Wilson one of the Kentucky bother. Mr.. and Mrs. Oldneld' are The Belleview lodge of Knights of present progressive spirit and the rap- the cost Qf conducting the poultry cota./'Fla.; Leon Hale. Tampa, Fla.; L.

: visitors took a run down to Umatllla visiting them, for the winter. They Pythias gave an oyster supPer :Monday I id strides it is making almost daily hen. The A. Rennaldo Tampa, Fla.; W. E. Simmons -

for a few .days..to meet other friends are delighted withe the mild climateof evening which was enjoyed by the toward I becoming a real city, the statement business was $1.01 per and wife: Lawrence, Ga.; C. ;E.

from his old Kentucky home. Florida and are enjoying fishing members and a number of their special j is not so difficult of belief. With- net profit of .the business was $1.81 Crystal River, Fla.; Duncan
Herrick,
The new.firm of Young & Wilson and hunting on the lake. friends. Judge Hopkins added to out any professional town-boomer or per hen. The profit was really more MacDougald, Atlanta, Ga.: S. R. Pon,

-- has engaged In the vegetable business. Berry Bros are busy this week the pleasure of the evening with music : tin-horn advertiser Live Oak has in than this for the food for the poultrywas Jacksonville Fla.; A. T. Gay Va.;

4' 'and has already an acre of lettuce shipping lettuce. Quite' good dealis i by his graphaphone." I I five, years grown from a mere villageto raise don the farm but was put Chas. H. Dutton, Williams port. Pa.; -

-t growing. being shipped from different partsof Mr. and Mrs. Y. M. Hulm of Haw- a little city of more than 7,000 peo- down among the expenses at exactly Atlanta Ga.; T. V. Sum,

The threatened, cold wave that did the county. thorne, spent Tuesday the Semin- .pIe. the market price of food for poultry. J.L L, Storer Zaber Atlanta
W. ,
Jno.
Hickson last weekin i I' There is for this rapid and This alsQ included the cost of improve ner, Moultrie;
not come put considerable, lettuce, on Mrs M. A. spent I| a cause High Point N. C.;
ole.Mr. E. Marsh,
the market from this section that Micanopy with Mrs. Waterman G. R. Ellis of Gainesville spent substantial gain. Perhaps no city in ments ib the poultry buildings, ; and Ga.; J. Providence
Perkins and wife.
r would not have been rushed off for a Johnson. several days of the past week here. Florida Is better situated geographically the purchase of many high-p iced F. E. 1L
pi Clinton, Conn.;
IL A. Hull.
: time had It been otherwise. Last 'Sunday morning the home of The .Ladies Aid Society will givea and otherwise to experience sucha settings of eggs for the purpose, of Improving I.Bloomberg; Greensboro. J?. C.; T.

The Methodist ladies ,gave an oys- Mr. and Mrs. David Berry was vls- musicale at the city hrll Friday growth., Lying as it does, in, the the breed. L.
Daisy Fla; G. B. Dunlap
fcr the dear little center of the state and onlya Mr. Marbuffry has given much a- F. Colgare ,
ter cupper Wednesday night Jted by a boy. bringing evening. very yet
N. C. A. R. Wise Lake
;
benefit of the church. It was very liberally great happiness to them. Mrs. Joe Whisnant Rex: Nichols, Mr. few miles from the Gulf of :Mexico tention to the raising of poultry. He Greensboro,

_ patronized. and the result satis- Mrs. Fred Daniels of New Smyrna T. A. Mitchell and Dr. T, K. Slaughter it enjoys cooler breezes in summer said yesterday*: City, Fla. '
Tankersley
G. B.
Hotel-
factory. who has been on a visit to her sis spent Saturday in Ocala shopping. than southern Gebr ia, and its winters One of the reasons that Georgia has Montezuma
E. S. Greer, Jacksonville -
: Dr. E. P, Guewant veterinary surgeon ter, Mrs. D. H. Burry left, for her Mr. T.A... :Mitchell spent Sundayin rarely bring frost or icfe., Surroundedon not received far greater revenue from Coleman Fla.;

was called (o ,Ocala by wire to home last, Monday.Mrs. Oxford the guest of Mrs. Mitchell.Mr. three sides by the famous and, this part of the farm business is because Fla.; P. ;E. Bostick. Wassia Fla.;

_ -'$ee the sick bull of Z. C. Chambliss, John Allen, of Quincy. and her and Mrs. S. L. Hopkins, of beautiful Suwanee river with the most farmers considered poultry and IL Y. Browne, Tampa, Fla.; A. W.

_ but the doctor was too late, .or the sister, Mrs. Hopkins were visiting Ocala, spent Sunday in town the guestof magnificent stretches of field and for. eggs as unworthy of their notice. It Starke, Atlanta Ga.; L. A Morgan '
Americus Ga. C. L. Barnett, Jack :
bull too quick as he was a dead bun friends at Orange Lake last week. their parents Judge and Mrs. L. est in every direction. and supportedby was left to the women folks who were ;
II. S. Bearee, Ormond,
Johnson of Mican section in mid content for time to gather the sonville, Fla.;
.: wben the doctor arrived. Mrs. Waterman S. Hopkins.Mr. the finest farming ,a long '
The' seventy pupils ot the McIntosh opy. with Mrs. Alex: Price of Jack- and Mrs. J. E. Poppell. Mr. and dle Florida, it is no' wonder that the eggs' and let it go at that. In these Fla.; J. T. Gutphin. New York; W.

high school have had everytbing in a sonville, made-a short visit to friends Mrs. Walter Smith Mr. J. A., Frazier stranger and the home;>eeker should latter years the raising of poultry has E. Goodrich, Fernandina. Fla.; W. L. '

fUr for ten days, because they would and Mr. Huff of Levou, :Mr. and Mrs. knock at.its gates. No section of our been reduced a science and has engaged Ulmer, ,Montlcelio Fla.; J. W. Cros-

1- not tell on one of their number fort here.Next Sunday the new Methodist A. D. Mitchell, Misses Kate and Effie southern country produces better long some of he brightest minds. by, city; P. C. Cashman. Atlanta, Ga.; :

_ cutting and breaking the principal's I preacher. Rev. Kilgo will preach his Mitchell Mr. J. W Davis and daughter staple cotton than this immediate section Chemists made analyses of the Ingre- B. W. Chase, Gainesville. Fla.; J. T. 4

:' chair during the holidays. The principal first sermon here., We hope all will and Mr. and Mrs. McWhite, of of Florida, and probably no coun- dients of the egg. They, learned thatas Robertson, Savannah, Ga.; Y. M: Bur-

:, : 'would make them tell; The boys come out to church. t Summerfield attended the K. of P. ty in the long-staple belt offers more a large portion of the egg was nis. Jacksonville, Fla.; G. H. Brown,

: and ,girls would not tell. The trustees .......... supper Monday evening. in return for the work done and the water, fresh water was an absolute Atlanta Ga.; Mrs. Tankford Wildwood -

J .were called in to investigate, buta ANTHONY. Among the tecent arrivals at the money spent than does Suwanee county requisite for the hen. The chemist Fla.; Mrs. A. Waistell Ormond
'
new chair Being In place early in Seminole are Messrs. J. L. Taylor, W. t in which Live Oak is situated. found that lime was needed in mak- Fla.; Jas Durkin, Norfolk Va.; J. S.

:' the morning cf the investigation set- Specia Ito the Ocala Banner: M. L. Howse. Mr. and Mrs. Y. M. Another explanation of this develop- ing the 'shell. Lime was supplied to Winter. Waldo, Fla; J. A. Preston.

;. tled the whol matter, and a regular, There are several cases of sickness r Hulm, and G. C. LeFils of Jacksonville ment lie.s in the fact that the men of the hen and the best results' followed. Jacksonville Fla. ,

love-feast followed in which each of around our ,city at present. It is eim- :Mr. J. :McC. Tharin, of Atlanta_ the city who have money also have Other experiments had similar re

the trustees; the principal and all the | ilar to chicken pox but Is said! to be Ga., Mr. J. II. Zairing of Tampa, :Mr. sufficient faith in the future growth suIts. I Pleasant! Day at Silver Springs.
I
_ :: pupils" took' part and the investigation I entirely devoid of danger. Arthur Hardaker of Martel; Mr. G. ,.. of the' community to prompt them to.]I' "For a long time it was believed that I -

broke up with a general good feeling, ]J' Mr. Harry Grantham of Sparr and :R. Ellis, of Gainesville and Mr. 'and 'invest their money in any enterprise hens, would lay eggs only during certain Several ladies planned as a farewell '
'
and a pledge from all to push forwardall } his cousin Mr. Thomas Fridge;: of Coleman Mrs. Sands Haviland. "of Marlboro, N. looking to the general good of' the seasons of the year. It was found t compliment to Mrs. J. P. Hilburn, who

together, and make the school bet- ware guests of Mr. and Mrs. Y. place. During the last 12 months five that the coy and reluctant female car- left Wednesday for Live Oak a small

ter than ever, and second to none. But I Hillman, Sunday. Mr. Joseph Millsom spent last citizens have pot more than J60.00D I ed not for any special season but insisted picnic at Silver Springs Tuesday. In

_ the perplexing question instead of beIng I Mrs. Wm. Fort of the Pine section Thursday in Ocala. into residences all on the same street I I on certain conditions of warmthetc. the party were Mrs. Hilburn Mrs.; L. T. "

"Who struck Billy Pataerson." is was the guest of, her sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith, to the regret and within two blocks of each other. When these conditions were sup- Izlar, Mrs. A. L. Izlar and her two -

: "Which Billy cut the "chair?" Mrs. Warden, here last Tuesday.Rev. of their many friends in Belle- Not long ago the local printing office plied artificially, the hen acknowledgedher guests, Miss Roberta Reed and Miss

P )v. P. Cromer has rctnrnd from II. C. Martin of Fort :McCoy, view, moved to Oxford last Saturday.Mr. was destroyed by fire and the insurance appreciation of the efforts in her Lillie Cooper, of Denmark, S. C., Mrs.

South Carolina where he went a few passed through our town Sunday on Smith has been the popular sales was not sufficient to enable' the behalf by laying eggs the year round, G. W. Martin ,Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, Mrs. '

days since ,on a quick business trip. his way to the annual meeting of the man for the Marion Merchantile Company firm to at once build and equip an office F and made herself so much more valuable A. L.Webb, Mrs. W. J. Chambers. little

I ,The friends of Rev A.' L. Briscoe. at Baptist convention. for the past two years. in keeping with the needs and demands at the same time. Miss Roberta Chambers, and Master -

1' hIs place, have been donating cornc. Messrs. James Lovell and Alan Hillman ,of the city. When this fact "The annual output of. eggs }n this Oscar Hilburn., They drove downto

; and hogs to replace what was destroyed spent last Sunday with their MOSS BLUFF.' was known it only took two hours ,to I 'country is upward of 2,000.000,000 dozens I the springs in carriages and spent .

1 when his barn burned. *one night I parents Iere. organize a stock company of $15,000 I I and represents one of the very : an; ideally pleasant day picnicking.
I
'
last week. i Mrs. Marsh, of Daisy was the guestof Special to the Ocala Banner: to meet the Immediate emergency.This j I largest revenues. The appropriation I The day was delightful as a "sunny

F: L. T., Hlckson is 'at 'Micanopy .help-' ; her daughter. Mrs. Hanie Martin, The farmers over here have all goneto spirit lies.back of much of Live has grown from some 5,000 dozen to day in June" and among the day's .

Ing IL S. Chambers put ,in gasoline Sunday. Miss Fannie Martin returned work in earnest preparing ,their, Oak's splendid growth. It has. now 1872; to over 5,000,000 dozen in 1900. pleasure was a boat 'ride on the

light plants! there. *. home with her' for a short visit. lands for a new crop. reached that stage of development : Since that time the number has di- I springs, a. splendid lunch etc. The ladies -

T1i- S. H. Galtskill spent 'Sunday and Sparr must- have grown attractiveas Mr. S. B. Lewis of Ozark. Ala.. is where it begins to realize its importance minished. This may be on account of I I all say that it was one of the

_ Monday in Ocala. two of her young men spent last on a visit to his ,son, Jno. T. and in the sense that it can ill-afford the better market at home.. Most of j I most charming days that they have
I
iy Hampton 1 Chambers, jr., 'was in town Sunday in our city for the first timein will spend the winter and part of the to do things by halves. the exports were to Great Britain. In '.I ever 'had.I .

.p the first of the week. lIe is now selling several months. He has actually spring here. He is very much pleased On November 23 its citizens voteda Greater New York statistics. show' that I I '

: cigars for the ,Charles Peyser fac- spent an afternoon away from sp rr. with Florida and .her climate. $200,000 issue of bonds for public the daily consuir.ytion is .'i8. or about I DAnce Friday Night.

tory of Ocala. Miss Rebecca Nix of DeLand id visIting improvements-street paving. sewerage three-quarters of 'an egg per soul -
'
The regular gypsy visitors are DAISY ITEMS. friends and relatives at this water-works, city hall and fire meaning millions of eggs for New I The young gentlemen of Ocala will

: camped in their tents at their favorite 1lace.Ir.. V.". E. McGahagin and department. Following this action of York each day alone. In the 1899 statistics I give a dance Friday night at the Ar-

I spot., on the hill above the Mc- Special to the Ocala Banner: daughter Miss Emily w re visiting' at the city council the county commissioners eggs and poultry ,were next in ,I mory. This will,be the first of a series -
.. ,
totosh syimming pool. We have been silent for' some time the Bluffs Sunday. have let contracts for build- value Jo cotton, ,amounting. to near i!' of weekly Friday night dances that ;.

4., C. II. Bateman road overseer, is doIng but by no means have we been idle. Rev. W. J. Meadows and son, Hughof ing hard roads throughout the countyto $300,000,000. I I' Mill be given during the winter '"

the flay roads In this section. and The holidays passed off without any Marietta. Florida are on a visitto the amount of 119000. They had "Russia is -the largest producer of months. .
P I
-1: not before they needed It., disturbance or drunkenness.Our his sister. Mrs. M. J. White. Mrs. just built one -of' the handsomest court I eggs in the world. With the 'unsettled Quite a number of the young men

T vMiss Mattie Gamble of Dunnellon, merchants seem to be enjoyinga l M. I. Morrison, ,Miss Leona White are I. houses in the state and equipper: its condition of the government and the I have formed a dancing club and besides -

has been visiting her sister Mrs. C. good trade as well as others in real visiting relatives at Tampa 'and St. : offices with,' all the modern fixtures. excited condition of the hen.: owingto F the weekly dances they contemplate -

IL Bateman and other friends here at estate business. Petersburg. ,!I We need a cotton factory, a barrel and the frequent explosions of dynamite I I giving a German once a :

her old home. Miss Mattje Is a great Mrs.. &. J, Albritton and son. "Glover, 'Mr. G. K. Blount, of Waycross, Ga.. box factory, and a large $ O.OOO hotel. bombs and palace changes there will month. They are also making arrangements '

favorite with the people here. are at Anthony this week' looking after was hero Sunday to see friends. I Our citizens will take stock to almost probably be a great decrease over the to give a tacky dance '
::
Dickson was in Ocala on business their farm there. H. B. Mock and have movedto ? of normal and thus -
_ IL L. family any amount in any or all these en- 'afford a better ex- very shortly. These weekly dances

last week.J. Mr. M. B. WaldYon sold his old homestead Welaka. terprises if some one meaning business porting market. will add a 'great deal. towards the

_1 K. Christian returned from Dun- near Orange Springs to his Moss Bluff has a new Ferryman. Mr. and havink money to invest will joinin "Among the southern states Texas I I pleasure of the young people during -:

nellon yesterday. daughter Mrs Georgie Kingsley this Isaac Perry, who will no doubt ,make with; them. There is not a cotton leads with 13,000,000 chickens. Tennessee I the'winter and they are anticipating

__ kL :, am Walkup of'. the firm of Walkup week. a good ferryman.: tIt : faetoTIn this section of the state t is second. Mississippi, Alabamaand teem with a great deal of pleasure.

.l i Bros., and Jim McCullough, have gone I Mr M. .B. Waldron and Colonel T. seems strange to the old settlers and there is no doubt as, to Its beinga Georgia coming along next. With :I : '

to the Gulf Hammock rrl a two-weeks F. Colgrove visited the Brick City here to cross at the ferry and not see great opportunity now open in Live I the rapid increase In Georgia, she will l Beautiful Art" Carander.I .

hunt. Tuesday and the Colonel decided to the familiar face of Mr. White who "Oak. Neither is there a .box: factoryor 1 probably move up two or three posi- -

I Miss, Arlie ,Baldwin returned home stop over for a few days and get acquainted for thirty -ears has been ferryman or furniture factory or anything of tions, for better conditions for this I Messrs. Munroe & Chambliss, bankers -

F; from Gainesville yesterday, where she with Ocala's people.Mr. since the ferry was made a ptlblic' the kind this side of Jacksonville and I industry can not be found in the have sent out beautiful art calendars -

has, been visiting friends for a week. J. P. Thompkins -will accept a crossing. Uncle Jack is geting old : yet. we can offer greater advantagesthan country if they can,be equalled. Statistics .I., to their friends and patrons.

; On":of her friends, from here visited position with the Wilson Cypress company and his health failing him caused him can' be had even there. We are in I for the last 'year will not be iT e calendar, is a: reproduction of the

'- ,. p bet in Gainesville about same length ,at their railroad cai'np at .Sunday to resign. the very .midst of the timber section, known !or4some time but when it is, i painting "Bringing the' Wanderer: :

: of time.-Mclntosh Cor. Times-Union. Bluff.! Church was well attended here Sun- and have the finest" of railroad facili- t I feel sure Georgia will show a wonderful : Hojne," by 'Jean Paul Selinger knd

Mr. Ollie Harper and Mi5s Blanche day. The school here is progressing I ties; in fact we are so sure of this increase, which will stimulate was awarded a prize of a thousand

\ CJRAHAMVILLE: Marsh: ,were out for a drive a few days nicely. : that we will put our money into it. farmers to still greater efforts.- Atlanta : dollars. It is a picture of a lively

/ ago and collided with a stump on the We are all anxious over here to see If anyone is interested he may addressthe. Constitution.The litle girl bringing home her jet blackS
I
,
_ .I 'ev Cunningham, of Anthony road side which upset them and land- Marion's new court house and hope Secretary of the Board of Trade cat and the picture is '
quite an effective -
I lac 1 here last Sunday He has ed them in the mud: but they escaped ere 20 years passes by w<:", w'ill have i Live Correspondence Baltimore Crosby Damage Suit. i one.

It iSjl.eed that he will preach here being hurt very much. the most modern and Ul-to date courthouse Manufacturer's Record. : Messrs. Munroe
& Chambliss sent
Ming/ second "Sunday at eleven 0'5h'ViIliam Mr. Louis Hall, of Sparr was in in Florida for the mo"ney infest : All day Friday was taken up in the .. ut U'ieae
calendars
I with their best
wret/Co a. m. %_' our berg Tuesday buying syrup of ed. ', 1 Mr. Woodrow Gives Stag Supper. argument, of the attorneys' In the wishes; and, with the hope that it would
Howard has: bought outP&Sibson which he. found a large quantity and : I Crosby, suit against the Atlantic remind

; & Gibson's JDl'rrhandise'store! fine quality at Captain J_ H. Halls. Won on Merit. Tuesday night Mr. David Sandeman Coast Line railway fpr; damages in of their friends,; eevry; day in the
year their
4 determination
to deserve
I and-will put in ,a new stock of gods. Messrs. A. B. and M. G. \lbrittonwill : Woodrow was the delightful and jolly the sum of twenty thousana dollars. their :'
patronare and
_ ", We, wish for our bright young merchant go over to the big scrub for a The death of ,Robert G. Erwin, for- .! host at a stag- dinner. which he gave The attorneys on both sides areas ; good will ,

success. hunt next week. erly head of the Atlantic Coast Line ., in compliment, to Mr. George H. Ford able, as any bar in Florida can furnish The transportation- .
officials of all
_ Mr. Jack Randall has a "hog killing" Our farmers are very busy preparing removes from the stage of life who leaves soon for Sylacaugila. Alabama and every step in the case was the .important southern -r-aUwa's. held

: ,J time at, his ,home last: weeK. Several 'to plant oat A tending and 'prominent figure: in the Mr "Woodrow's other guests stubbornly prosecuted and as "stub their 'annoal '

_: / -of his friends were invited and, they railroad world. Mr. Erwin was recognized : were. the vestrymen of Grace Episco- bornly resisted. ,wefek. The meeting to Tampa tin

report a jolly as well as a busy' time. The Price of Popularity. as one of the ablest administrators .:i pal church, of which Mr. Ford is a The arguments began about nine Tampa sessions were held at the
Bay Hotel and
Frank Long: wentover t,) Salt of railroad properties, in then member, and Rev. G. Hendree Harrison o'cIoclin the morning and the 'case tended. werelargely at- 1
From
; Springs yesterday.Miss Said one veteran.publisher the oth- country, and his rise to the presidency j the popular rector of Grace was not given to the jury until. four general down vice presidents an.1
y '
:, Hae Holly 'visited, friends, here er day. "We used to think we had of the great \tIantic'.Coast Line church. : o'clock in, the afternoon.At were there to discuss

last week. startled the world when we managedto system was made on merit'alone. It' An elegant menu was beautifully, 9 o'clock Friday night the jury freight rates and other business connected ;

_; Mr. Pat Randall, is having forty sell 20.000 copies of the "Mulligan: is to be hoped.that his sucessw in the served at six 'o'clock. The table was had not agreed upon ,verdict and Among the with the great railroad "

_ acres of land on the banks of the Ock- Guards* and 25,000 i of 'such national same position will do as much for, the i prettily decorated and the gentlemendid they were permitted to retire to their prominent officials present
:
were
Mr.
WInburn
: lawaha below Connor, cleared., He intends favorites as "Sweet Violets" and "Pull g'ret property which he SO) ably Dandled ample justice.) the splendid sup hotel for the night the Centralof vice president of '

_' planting an orange grove: on this Down the Blinds." or "Shoo Fly." and for the country ..throughwhich per. The hours after supper were Georgia; IL M. Emer-
son, j
general
ground. t "Not very long after the appear- it passed. Tampa Daily Globe* spent in a very pleasant manner the Judge as You Would Be Judged.Mr. C. L. traffic manager of the A.
Ed. Moorman, of this place, ,was ance of ,the "Stars and Stripes Forever I only regret being that Mr. Ford was Lamar of Florida, bears an ;_ R. A. Brand freight: traffic man-

married, last Sunday to Miss Hattie Sousa's publishers reported to According to the Sun (West Palm s? soon to leave the city. { honorable and distinguished name, ager of the A. C. L,; j. w. perrin,
general
Walters of Montague. him a sale of 626,973: copies, and In Beach) the Ocala Banner twits Claude I but he is no credit tt it. He seems to and freight agent of the. A. C. L.

_ I- Some one is getting liberal out east an incredibly short space of time. L'Engle of the Jacksonville Sun. with I The Homeseeker, an attractive publication be a tool off Hearst and that is as many others.

: of here. "King Cotton' touched 297.928! copies giving vent to lamentations that printed at. Miami, during the harsh a thing as can be said of ---5"0
any
Walpole Now
: Wonder really, are they giving-away -sold,,and 'Liberty Bell 268,32 Add to would dwarf old Jeremiah into Insignificance tourist season has made its appear- man: Nashville American.It Wears a Monacle. '- -
..
hatsrM.. those the sales 'Manhattan Beach' and make him look like ance. Its mission is to attract ImmI- is harsh to presume, that ---, '
a man Editor
i
". cur correspondent to the Star says 'El Capitan march and other Sousa I thirty cents. If ,Editor. Harris was unfortunate gration to the state. If it fails in doIng is the tool of another simply becausehe Manatee Frank A., Walpole of the

eo at any rate. favorites, and you will realize why the enough to buck up againsta so, !t is..no fault in the mannerin coincides with another's Idea. A County Record, who spent I

- publishers of twenty and more years thing in Ocala like unto the one' L'- which_ the items it contains are'pre- man needs be commended for having Saturday the in the city'an'd was one of f' ,
first
,c _' The Tampa Daily Globe says that ago rub their eyes and gasP. when Engle tackled in Jacksonville he sented. They are seductively writ- the courage of his convictions men outside of the Globe 7
and office to
: Tampa has not had, a single fire. they note the voracious musical appetite -1 would look like the antiquated three- ten and beautifully: illustrated. The that man Is harshest who prejudgesfrom see the "baby" on Sunday 1 1

: Same Istrue>- of' Ocala.. The weather- of our present cent* piece with a hole in it-Tampa man who reads them wants to Imme-, a malicious standpoint_St morning r returned ,to Manatee yester- \
Aug.ustine
r :Indeed hasjbeen: too warm for fires. Augustine Record. PUblfC--St.1 Daily Globe. diately start for the East.Coast ,.Meteor. day,af ernoon.' He carried his "mon:1:
., _, I ; ocle" with him. = ii
-
.
,
Tampa
i b Daily Globe.
_
., r I ]
,
1' -,- '- .. .. -. -.:,' '
"
'

.
'
,, tr ,

\ -


: _



.
".

-
-
.



;'. # /'\ ", OCALA B -




I

.
i

r The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People/5

J


i ... VOL.40, yo. 32. OCALA,' FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1906. ONE -DOLLAR- A YEAR .


I 14 SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, '* .* NEW YEAR'S DAY IN RUSSIA. SPECIAL TRIP TO NASSAU. -. ,. -1{t CONDENSED STATEMENT

Local Editor. ROYAL MARRIAGE ..' : MILEAGE OFj MILITARY 1- Of the Condition ot.the -

AT MADRID Czar's Part of the National Program Mr. and Mrs. Sistrunk Entertain in 'a OFFICERS'CUT OFF. I COMMERCIAL BANK Y
,. .
Omitted on Account of the Dis Novel and Attractive Manner. i Jacksonville, Fla,

3R HJlPIEMfGS. ABOUT TOWN, Special. turbed Conditions. % Special. i At the Close of business Jan. 9, 19 6. -

Madrid. Jan. 1:.Infanta Marie t Washington D. C. Jan.12.-The RESOURCES.Loans .

the sister One of the most novel and elaborate army is in a bad on account r
Teresa youngest Special to the Ocala Banner. way Discounts and Mortgages -
I I
Favorite Fertilizer for all crop and of King Alfonso and Prince St._ Petersburg, Jan. 13.-In accar- partiesthat has probably ever of lack of mileage De- : .......... .. .......,JS 6.69G.Ui Y

t all fertilizer material for sale by Lang, Ferdinand of Bavaria were mar dance with the Julian calandar used been given In Ocala was. the one at spite the attempt at economy i Overdrafts ....... ......... lU1.01BonJs

Swartz & Co. x which :Mr. and Mrs. Simeon T. Sis- in the travel of officers and the and Stocks. .. ....... 23,83153

Hon. W. A. Fulton returned to ried _here today with an elabo- in Russia and by the Greek churchin trunk entertained a few of their strict rules which were laid '* : Real Estate ..........:.... 11.161.51 -

I' Brooksviile yesterday: afternoon after rate ceremony and in the pres- general, today Is New Year's ,Day friends on Friday)evening ,down to limit such travel to Furniture and Fixtures ,... 9,56L82

, spending a few days in Ocala.I ence of the entire court f and representatives and It Is celebrated as such troughout The library of their home had been to cases of necessity there has Due from Banks, .. ... .... 109,803.

I of all the other the country with the customary converted into a railroad station and been more travel by Individual Cash en hand .... . . 74.857.3S
European courts. The ceremony. ; officers under orders entitling *
>T. D. M. Smith is having some extensive ceremonies The annual state cere- around the walls were posted the usual *
and splendid improvementsmade was very imposing and brilliant signs to be,seen in railway of them to mileage than ever before Total, .... .. . . .$!Mi.3S4.$4) .
A procession was formed money in which tin Czar being the LIABILITIES. .
on his home on South Second fices. Wooden benches, a news stand
at th castle and moved head of the Greek church, took the The expenditures are des.. .
royal Capital
street. and other accessors were there and a : I I stock ..... .. .. .. .Jiw.ooo.wj
to the cathedral where the Redding i. tined to exceed those of the j! Surplus and undivided
. principal part, was omitted this year very motley crowd of.passengers were.[' profits -

" Miss Bessie Porter has returned ceremony was performed owing to the disturbances existing in present, waiting for the special, advertised year. when there were large ar- :.............. ..;.. 3S,;Ot3t: a

by the archibishop in the presence to leave at eight o'clock for my and militia manoeuvers, In Deposits. ......... .. .. 756,682.50
home from Tampa, where she spent the empire. There was only the usual '
of the entire court and the Nassau. Morris Smith made a most in the east and west. This' Rediscount ........... .. 10,000.00
ten days most delightfully with Mrs.
diplomatic representatives of the official reception of the members : year there have been /no ma- *
admirable ticket agent and certainly
Bryan W. Blount formerly of Ocala.
s
various European courts After of the state, council the army and had his hands full looking after the noeuvers and economy was ex- Tow.r........ ... .. .$905is4.s4

The famous Buster Brown Blue solemn church ceremonies the navy, the principal state departmentsand crowd and supplying them with rail- pected by the authorities. There H. ROBINSON, President

i couple drove back to the castle is already in sight a deficiency H. GAILLARD Cashier.Mr. .
road tickets. The train several
Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls ate the diplomatic corps. Extraordinary was
young drove back to the castle in sight-mf wy Tnf wy mfwy fwy
the Fair Store. x precautions were taken to pre- hours late and the station during the "
and was enthusiastically cy of 100000. Some Idea In Felthan in Hard Luck. '
vent any attempt upon the life of the waiting time was a scene of great bus-
Mrs. C. Levy of Nebraska will cheered by the many thous- Czar. tle, activity and hilarity. The pas- the demands in this respect may -

ands who lined the streets on be obtained ,by the fact that on Mr. George Felthan, who has for
spend the winter In Ocala with her The popular: celebration on the sengers spent the time chewing gum,
both sides. The municipality January 1 the chief the past few months
paymaster been in the em-
I stick and fruits
Brown.
daughter, Mrs. Jake :New was extremely tame this year eating peanuts candy '
of Madrid had made extensive and the observance of the day was almost : and making the acquaintance of their of the department of the East ploy of Messrs. Mclver,& Mackay had

Mr. Knight of Valdosta Ga., is'in preparations for the event and totally confined to religious fellow travelers. Among the passen- I, at Governor's Island received the misfortune several days ago to

the city, particularly the streets i. $4,000 to meet bills presented lose all his household goods by fire
the city and Is the guest of his son. services in the various churches and gers were a bride and groom (:Mr. I, at
\ was gorgeously decorated. The in the month. He reported that Thomasville, Ga. He had
Messrs. L. J. and William Knight. family .celebrations. Reports from and Mrs. Helvenston) who were only $340 ; -

.. day was generally observed as other large cities indicate that every- showered with rice when they came the money had been paid out insurance on his effects having drop-

Bluer a feast day and there were pub- and all bills will have ped the balance only few
The famous Buster Brown where the celebration of the day was on board, four small girls who wore remaining a days! be-

Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at arranged by the municipality quiet and more of a religious than 'their hair braided and tied with, big to await the allotment 'of additional fore the fire as he intended to move
.
.
t his to
funds. family Ocala the latter
the Fair Store. X public and popular nature. bows and wore short dreses. They part of
.* this month. Now that he has been
were :Mrs. Sistrunk, Miss Sara Har-

i Misses Jessie Ellis and Ada Banks, Wants Congregations Protected The Fight of Desperation.The ris and Misses Mattie and Carrie Wil- burned out his family will arrive here
of Gainesville are in the city and are some time during the coming week.
Against Certain Kinds of liams;, Mrs. Hocker, with her pet dog Cured Lumbago.A. .
; the guests of the former's sister, Mrs. Preachers.Rev. Live Oak Democrat says, "there Mrs. :McIver wearing a travelling suit B. Canman, Chicago writes

1 C. A. Marks at the Arms House. seems to be some sort of mysterious and a very gorgeous ht:. Miss Annie March 4, 1903. "Having been troubled The Ocala Banner will reach its fortieth -
with lumbago
r at different times
Alex Dealer, of Thomasville, in 'federal question' Involved in the Sharpe, as a typical old maid. Mrs. C. and tried one physician after another anniversary during the present
Miss Ella Tydings, Missionary to then different ointments year. It Is the oldest business en-
and
Buckman law. liniments
Journal with her hair
a letter to t Atlanta givesa C. Carroll as the baby t
Mexico recently delivered a very interesting gave it up altogether. So I tried once terprise In Ocala. There f
are only ro
list of things that a long suffering A "mysterious" thing about it is in curls a baby dress and pap, were more .and got a bottle of Ballard's

address at the Methodist public ought to be protected against that the ,constitution of the United some of the travellers. Others were Snow Liniment, which gave me almost business'enterprises In the whole of r
Fort Meade. instant relief. I can cheerfully rec- Bradford county that date their .
church at and mentions among other things the States in article I, section 10, prohibitsany Misses Gertrude P recta, Eloyse Izlar ommend it. and will add my name to establishment
following: state from passing tiny law im- Ethel Robinson Byrd Wartman Edith your list of sufferers"Sold back as far as the Telegraph

fertilizers I think we ought to have protectionfrom paring! the obligation of contracts. Piatt, Hattie Dye Esther Weathers by all druggist m does. The paper Is forging

e izers are honestly made, and will give the preacher who has a sepur- And "mysteriously" the Florida Ag- Messrs D. E. Mclver, L. W. Duval S. The famous along toward the completion of its
Buster Brown Blue
the best results. Lang, Swarts & Co., chral voice, one that he found lying ricultural Institute was established by T. gunk; C. L. Slstrun O. B. 27th year. It has been-under Its pres-
for Ocala. xMrs. Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at ent
agents management half of its life.
around in some gnueyard. It is one law and certain persons were empow- i How se, E. T. Helvenston, Rev. C. C. -
the Fair Store. XI Starke
Bevinger and daughter, of of these deep, dark, cavernous voices ered by law to contract for its lo- Carroll and Capt. A. cIntosh..11i Telegraph.
I ..
Dayton, Ohio, are the guests of the that makes you shiver when you hear cation. i ses Annie Atkinson and Sue An- 1 -

former's sister Mrs. Shuey as are also it and you wonder. why the preacher And "mysteriously" 'Lake City offered derson made very pretty maids and

Mrs. Wells and daughter of Xenia, does not wall his eyes: like a dying to give one"hundred acres of Brantly Weathers! proved himself an DAVID S WOODROW ::4-

Ohio. calf when he uses it on a long suffer- land and $15,00' in money for the Institute excellent conductor.The ,

ing public. When I was a boy I usedto to be permanently located in tables were arranged as tracks
REAL ESTATE-
Mrs. W A. Collier and little son. i hear one of these preachers some- her borders. I I and at each one a different game was

W. A. Collier, jr., came Friday afternoon times and I understood why people And "mysteriously" the offer was played and as the winners moved for- Room 12, Postoffice Block, Ocala Fla.ZErlUTT .

from Tuscaloosa.. Alabama, to : spoke of the voiceless tomb. I just accepted and a contract made and en- ward their tickets were punched by ,

spend several weeks with Mrs. Col- : knew he had robbed the tomb and it tered into with Lake City accordinglywhich the conductor. When the train arrived PROPERTY' ON PUBLIC SQUARE.

t, lier's mother, Mrs. E. V. Hood. seemed to me that he ought to sing' contract was good and valid at Ocala a twenty minutes stop for

"Hark from the tombs a doleful when made and has been recognizedby dinner was given. The passengers
The two story brick house on this property must be removed and It
Miss Ella Fisher a very attrac- sound. When he died he bequeathedhis the state ever since. rushed pelt{ mell into the railroad restaurant -
will be sold cheap as it stands. The corner lot with 35 feet frontage on
tive young. lady from Pennsylvania is voice to some other preachers and And* "mysteriously" the supreme where they' grabbed sand-
the public square is still unsold.
the guest of :Mrs. E. C. Welsh at her they are; still using them. I don't court of the United States has decided wiches and drinks and made away

attractive litle home at Cornell eight want to see them shot, because preachers that, "rf a contract when made is with' them in a most rapid and truly ZEBUTT P. OPERTY ON MAGNOLIA ST. and NORTH FIRST ST

miles south of Ocala. are too scarce, but I would like by the laws of the state its validityand railroad m nner. .

to see the laws amended so that they obligation cannot be impaired by The journey was then resumed and The North west corner lot 29 feet facing Magnolia street and 84 feet

An agreeable movement of the bowels can be trapped at any season wheyare any subsequent act of the legislature continued for some time longer and on North First street, facing the Government Public Building site Is still

t produced without by any Chamberlain's unpleasant effect Stomach is found and given into the of the state or decision of its courts." was one of the most enjoyable trips I unsold also the lot immediately sou th of it :8 feet by 84 feet.

:1 and Liver Tablets. For sal by all keeping of a man who can talk in sucha Thus this "mysterious" federal that can be imagined.The .

1'' druggists. m way that he is understood and will question here unfolded. grand finale of this unique par- OCKL0WAHA AVENUE
\
r not give the cold shivers to those who And it follows,' that 't the questionof ty was a very delicious supper, which
Rev. C. M. Gray, of St. Petersburg after-, hear him. This man might like the constitutionality of the Buck- was served in the dining room. The The lot known as the Philbric k lot on the south side of this avenue

,j passed through Ocala Friday Aquilla and Priscilla, teach the man law is carried to the supreme serving table was beautifully decorated between the residence of Mrs. Austi n and Mr. T. B. Snyder Js for sale.

noon en route to Dallas Texas where screamer and the graveyard speakerthe court of the United States that body, the colors used being pink and This Is a large lot having 140 feet fr ontage and being 244 feet deep and is
he was called to see his son. :Mr. Quin-
way of the talker more perfectly. being free from entangling political white. In the center was a handsomecut well above the level of the street.
J tard Gray who is very ill with typhoid -
1 alliances in Florida, will not stultify glass and silver candlebra and at '
fever. WEIR
Then there ought to be some pro- itself by reversing its former decisions the four corners of the table were "WOODM03, LAKE

.1 tection for the public against the upon like questions.But crystal candel sticks the candles all
Mr. C. W. Chase, of Gainesville, is I have a small famished cottage for rent at this beautiful resort
screaming preacher. He takes his it matters not whether the case being shaded in pink. Two cut glass 5
making preparations to erect a 'fine Terms on application. .
: text and gives you his introduction !nan is carried up or not The people will vases of pink and white carnations
residence in that city. Mr. Chase is a -
prominent phosphate operator and is audible voice and then proceeds to give a decision upon it "before many completed the table decorations. :Mrs. SUG0R( HAMMOCK PLANTATION Of 500 ACRES AT MARTIN. '

J lay down his firstly. By the time you moons shall wax and wane;" what Carroll sat at the table and poured the
well known here.
begin to get interested in his sermon they will do to the Buckman law will coffee and tea and the two pretty rail- is for rent for this year. This roperty is suitable for pasture or win -

CoL W. S. West., of Valdosta Ga.. he warms up and begins to scream. He be "a plenty" and from their action road maids served the supper. Dur- subdivide to suit tenants.

: starts a sentence in a conversational there can be no appeal.-Jasper News. ing the supper it was discovered thatit
one of that state's most prominent: ,
Cot tone begins to talk more rapidly, and The East Florida Seminary was located was in honor of the birthday of the -
citizens: was in Ocala Friday. ...
} West has been looking after his exten- before you know it he carries you at Ocala and afterwards removed host that this delightful evening had .

sive milling interests in Marion and with him as he goes on fiery words, to Gainesville and the legislatureand been planned by Mrs. Sistrunk. He H. ROBINSON, Pres. J. c. BOOZES AssU Ms

several days. like a sky rocket cleaningthe Christ- the courts refused all appeals to was showered with good wishes and a. H. BLITCH. MRT. G.J. BUTCH.i-Jler. .
Citrus counties for
mas skies and then he breaks out into have it returned to Ocala and the voters was presented a stick of candy for \i

:Mr. W. W. Hicks, of Stubenville, 0., fiery green, red and blue balls of eloquence were indifferent on the.subject, so each of his birthdays but, then we \ .

l' was in Ocala Saturday. He was on at the end of his flight. And, we opine that history will repeat Itself won't tell on him. Mr. Helvenstsfk

his way to Lynne where he will visit as if he has exhausted himself he begins when the Buckman bill is made a po- and Hrs. Hocker received the pies '

his brother Postmaster Hicks, of to talk so low that you think he litical issue or is carried to the higher for winning the greatest number of 'COMMERCIAL BANK .
f
was going to soliloquizing. Such a courts. games.
; that place. ,
sudJen change makes you feel that :Mr. a j Irs. Sistrunk were warm- .

The Ocala House has been complete. he has left you hanging up in the air The Starke Telegraph. ly congrawated upon the splendid OCALA \\LQ. r '

t \ ly wired and now every room 13 light to get down the best way you can. success of their party.

ed with electric lamps. The register Soon you lose the connection of the That was a handsome complimentpaid ,

good list of arrivals and the sermon and catch no more until an- the Telegraph recently by the Spoiled Her Beauty. t -
shows a
Harriet Howard of 209 W. 34th S1..
Gainesville Sun and reproduced on
; season promises to be the best in its other sky rocket period is reached. New York, at one time had her beauty
; history. our front page last week. We notice spoiled with skin trouble. She writes: .1.L.oilll'isk of Eobbejii. Fire and the Necessity of
End of the Crosby Damage. Suit. that the Ocala Banner did the Tele- "I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for '
years, but nothing would cure it, un- Bookkeeping intrusting your business to us.
the
graph the honor to reproduce
Rector G. H. Harrison of Grace par- til I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve.* A
t' church rertuned home- Saturday When the circuit court opened on agraph approvingly. When two of thestate's quick and sure healer for cuts burns
Episcapal and s res. 25c Tydings &Co, drugstore .
0.- ablest and most successful edi-
anemone from Atlanta where Saturday morning at eight-thirty m F

he went to atend the funeral of his clock the jury which had been out tors find cause to speak so kindly of DEPOSIT'S iTIME INTEREST ONDEPOSITS

grandmother. Mrs. Harrison's mother since four o'clock Friday afternoon the Telegraph the publisher begins to The Shaw Thompson Case. SAFETY

r "J accompanied him home and will be his returned verdict for the plaintiffIn feel that he is approaching a realiza-

j. ;- guest for several weeks at the rec the sum of 5000.. tion of his desire to give Starke and Shaw Thompson who last week was .

The attorneys for the defense have Bradford county the very best paperin convicted of manslaughter In the circuit {

tory. given notice that they will apply for the field.-Starke Telegraph.The court was sentenced Saturday by LANDS. _

The Ocala Banner office enjoyed avery a new trial and If this Is denied them, Telegraph is one of the brag Judge Bullock to pay a fine of $3,000

't pleasant call Friday from Miss they will appeal the case to the supreme papers of Florida-editorially and typographically -I and the costs of the court or to serve

": Alice Bruton. of this city,and. her sis- court. The friends of Mr. Cros-' It fills the bill of excellence a term of five,years in the state convict If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent;

Hotson- by are congratulating him on his verdict and when its able and bril- camps at hard labor. lands for
of want to
.. ter-in-law, Mrs. Alberty, or; if you buy farming, grazing,
" in Ocala liant editor speaks of the Ocala Ban- This case came to Marion from Citrus
1. 9 r vllle Ind. Mrs. Aiberty is turpentining lumber purposes,
Burton ner as he does it makes his face tin- county on a change of venue and was <
3 for a short visit with Miss Write to f
f Wallace. A writer in Printer's Ink. who has gle with blushes. tried here twice and in Citrus once. ,
and her mother, Mrs. Nancy '
made a study of the subject says thata The prisoner's counsel have madea

h The famous Buster. Brown Blue" rural newspaper .circulation Is more The famous Buster Brown Blue motion for a: new trial and if It Is BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO...

y Ribbon Shoes for boys and, girls at valuable to the average advertiser Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at denied them they will appeal the case -

x than a purely city circulation. the Fair Store. x to the supreme court OCALA FLORIDA -
; the Fair Store. ,

"" .
,
.' ", a :". r'-. .' '"

...

t.
:
.a 7
w }
'
-


A: .
i'w: .f$ _:$_-


:s r ..
-
: -- : '

.
: -


PAGF FOUR. I THE OCALA BANNER. FRIDAY JANUARY, 19, 1906. -_ E1

.

::? yy. THE: OCALA BANNER. 4- ----5 -- Hot Under the Collar.. S FLORIDA FOR 1905. .

'. -- S*YE EDIMThat's '
,
J
<, --- Ii JUSTICE: FOR THE JEW .
: -- FRANK HARRIS, Editor. "Tell us jot in mournful numbers Without any resolution but keeping

: d I says the Live Oak Dally Democrat up with the march of jTiprovemnets
P V. Leavengood,.,Business ,M nager. 1 I .
I This paper recently printed an extract from the speech of Con that graft has the nation by the throat already begun Florida will do better In what a prominent

I II and there is no prospect of release. the coming year of 190ff than ever before f said of Scott'sEmulsion
.., 1I gressman Sulzer, of New York, eulogizing the Jew. druggist
The moral sense of the American and march along close to the time '
I Mr. Sulzer said, and we agree with him, that the Jew has ,done people advancement in a short :
I 'I Is aroused and the grafters are front In the way of '

'I his full share for his fellow man, for enlightenment, for liberty, for1 I being, torn loose from their pray at a the year that Is now at hand. ago. As a rule we don'tuse

freedom, for progress and for civilization, all of which he has done I II rate which indicates that oldfashioned S Many delusions have been removed refer to testimonialsin

I I ; under extremely adverse circumstances. Civilization owes much to I honesty is about to come into Its in the past year regarding our beautiful or the public :

own again. Look at what state and those who have come addressing ,
I the Jew and Christianity owes him more. ; they have
111 I done and are doing for those insur- here and seen for themselves are sat- but the above remark and
!i Destroy, says Congressman Sulzer, what .Israel has done for the ,
isfied that the half has never been
: ance grafters in New York. See what

; I II human race, and you leave a void that cannot be filled-a chasm which J'J'j' happened to old Senator :Mitchel of told or if It has the story has been similar expressions are

,! I cannot be bridged. Oregon. Contemplate the shame and garbled as Florida Is the place where made so often in connec

1-c, -c----. !; We look back upon the religious persecutions of the past with disgrace that has overtaken Senator not only the afflIcted may come to tion with Scott's Emulsion

,Motto: The Banner, believing those I i horror; yet persecutions just as cruel are V still being inflicted upon the I Burton of Kansas. An deven old man regain their health but where the worthy of

.. ..( the top welt able to take care of Rockefeller himself has been madeto hustler for business may 'Come to acquire that they are
I Jewish race simply because of his religion notwithstanding his contribution -
themselves, has taken its stand in the I writhe under the sting of public wealth, says the GainesvilleSun. >;ccasional: no t e From

barricades with the common people i I to the world so eloquently depicted by Congressman, Sulzer. I sentiment and to seek to propitiate it Scott'siausion

/ and its fight will be made for the bet i The Jew only asks for justice and this he is entitled to receive. by Indirectly, making restitution In the People who have come here from the fancy to. old age

terment- of those at the bottom. i : A copy of the American Israelite printed at Cincinnati, Ohio, isji { ''II shape of great charitable and philan- North .e eeting to find prices exorbitant : offers a reliable


t FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1906. !i before us, and speaking of the ju tice that is denied the 'Jew, one of I'I good thropic that gifts.both The in public Indications and private are all ties In have the soon line of discovered household'ne that essl they; ..:-:.ns of remedying' imvoer -

I its contributors, Mr. Jacob Voorsanger, says: i iI live and weak dev lop'
I I life the reaction is setting in and the can as cheaply as in the old set-

319 vessels entered: the port of Pen-' : I! "We, the Jews, need a Christianity rampant at the outrages committed country Is swinging bark: to the old tled sections of that portion of the Jflt restoring lost flesh

sacola during 1905. i I 1 in its name. We need a Christianity powerful' enough to put : standard of honesty.. morality and de country. In the line of fuel there Is a and

1 big saving, and the man who owns his tnd vitality, repairing
II !
under the ban any people that is'so flagrantly untrue to its teachings. cency. '
A Punta Gorda citizen has ripe wat I The own home here Is as wel loff as thosein The action olcott's
; er melons In his field. !I I The Church of England, coquetting with the Church of Russia, because Buckman Law was enacted too ;\"aste.
late. The days of the North and is not frozen nearlyto
graft and
legal
; I' :. the latter, too, is anti Roman, will not have the courage to break off are numbered. oppression death six months in the year. ? Emulsion is no

Tampa's output of cigars, in 1905 relations with a recreant hierarchy, though my, Lord of Canterburyhas Robbery by law wil no longer be And in regard to building a home. Tiiore of a secret than the
: amounted to %2o.cOooO.Jacksonvllle's .
really written to the Metropolitan of St. Petersburg and has 60II tolerated. the opportunities are equal here to any composition of the Emul-

killer has I politely informed the chief Rabi. From Rome not a word has come I The taxation of the masses for the section. You can build on the installment it doesit
dog 1.000 What
: t sion itself.
:
ti benefit plan with interest as low as in
dead dogs to his credit. i I in denunciation of such un-Christian conduct, and the classes of Germany of the classes wil- not longerbe
I I permitted. the most favored section of the coun- does through nourishment -
I antiSemitic to the very.I I last, have not opened their mouths try. .
I Taxation without representation is -
Fensacola merchants shipped over the kind of nourishment
From the political governments of the Christian world not one word :+ a thing of the past in Florida. Every city in Florida is growing :
25,000,000 feet of lumber the past
month. : has come. The refinement of diplomacy forbids the word. Every coun- Ten thousand supreme courts may new enterprises are springing up, and that cannot be oh- ,

-- I try may slaughter its Jews to suit itself; that is the courteous rule of declare the Buckman Law constitutional we have enough products of.the soil tamed in ordinary food.

'c On the 16th Inst. Bartow's new M. E. non-interference in the internal affairs of other nations. President I! but it doesn't alter the factsin to feed twice as many, people as we I No is too weak or
now have. Florida for 1906 promises i system
church will be dedicated by Bartow the case-and one of the facts is .
Roosevelt, Russia's great and good friend, finds it impossible to even welL-Palatka Herald. Scott'sEmulsion
ielicate to retain
:
Masons. I that it is robbery and oppression of
behalf of the American nation. When the Turks
lodge !
a protest on the for the
poor benefit of the rich. and

Governor Broward has appointed !II I murder the Armenians we hear of national protests, armed interven- f i iIt The ballot box is the supreme power Governor Vardeman's estimate of gather good :
the negro as given in his to from it. '
Harry H. Floyd tax collector for St. It hj! tion and international congresses. When the Russian murders the j in this land. To It supreme courts message l w
I the Mississippi legislature, is grossly
Johns county. i;! Jew the Christian world sympathizes and contributes money to relieve .' 1 must bow by it 'political jugglers areS overdrawn_ in the matter of The black S Wewillsendyoua
ii j squelched and tricksters occupying sampLe ftu. :
i lif the survivors; the Christian pulpit thunders, the Christian forum i man's criminal tendencies and practices ,
In Florida It is like it in every- high positions of trust are relegated to q Bewre that tha picture la t5u :
where- there Is more In the man, than [III i fulminat'es, but the thousand ships of England do not change their i: the shades of oblivion. The governor is biased on I frioti1ebltoath.wuppeS *
of butle of Emulsion you
In. the land. ill course, the battleships of America pursue their placid avocations; : The best laugher in the world is the subject to a degree that seems b.T.nay '
ilafty.-Tampa Times. : ) (
t jl' Kaiser William's soldiers do not leave their camps, and the Austrian the man who has the last turn at it. I : SCOTT & BOVINE -

Some 12 miles of the B. C. & St.A t! The people.' turn will come in due '
I 'armies remain asleep, while France, afraid of losing its loaned money, i Colonel J. H. Estill the old and hon- iIL Cfccnisis
Railway south of Chipley is ready { time-Jasper News. /
continues the unholy alliance of the republic with the autocracy. So : ored editor of the Savannah Morning N. Y.
for the rails so reports state. -J; 40? Pearl SU
much for the difference between the Armenian and the Jew, the Macedonian i Negro vs. Italion Labor. News states!' that he will announce for

S \ I I J governor of Georgia on January 15. 5Oc. UId $1; all dro fjirfs.
The heavy rains have Injured grow- and the Jew anybody and the Jew. The Jew is nobody's i iII S
He that his
: i Hon. Alfred Holt of says announcement will ,
ing vegetable crops in Cuba and along II oz, and when he is gored the rushing blood reaches nobody's nostrils Stone Mississippi '
cotain '
the East Coast. I recently read a paper before: only twenty.five lines. This at C S S C C C C 5 .

11!i to expand them with anger and madden them with rage." the American Economic Association of least will be a pleasant relief to: the a. DEPEW DEEP IN MILLIONS. .

: Tom Lawson says that he prefers I II I Mr. Voosanger, argues that this .condition of things will last as long :I III Baltimore entitled the "Negro and voters of Georgia who hdve been .sur- S. : S

to be a mystery./ The governor of I I II I as the Jew is without temporal power. He must organize a temporal i Italion Labor for the South," and in feited with clap trap utterances. S. ,Wall street sees much of Senator ..

Florida thought he was the real thing. I d power and make the nations of the world respect his rights by armed the course of his. address cited the C Iepew. The mystery of how .

II II I!111! Sunny Side plantation in the state of "Everybody works but father" is S. he can find time In which to attend .
i I force and resistance.
On New Year's day President !Ii Arkansas, part of which has been having Its effect: A Missouri woman S the sessions of congress. .
I We wish Mr. Voorsamger Godspeed in the project he has on foot has had her husband
floosevelt shook the hand of 9,057; peopie. 1 11 : operated by. negro labor and part by arrested and S He is a director and officer of .

i and favor anything any method or measure, having for their object Italion labor. fined a hundred dollars on account of S. no less than seventy-three' cor .. I
I
j justice for the Jews. Mr. Stone says: "When the pres- his "cussed laziness." She says her S porations. :

Levy county has contracted her ent operators of the took husband is good to her. but he justwon't S. Among other
The wholesale slaughter of the Jews fri Russia is a crime on our plantation enterprises. BeS

county ,convicts at $20.20 each per hold in 1898 they mereiy accepted such work. Wonder who paid that S pew is Included In the director- .
civilization and our religion and should not longer be permitted to ex- j fine. Milton .
Index.
2; month. ist. i labor as they found on hand. 38 families J I C._ ates of 46 railroad companies, 8 .

of Italians with 200 working hands C banks, trust and security companies .

_; Congressman Clark has introduced Mr. Sulzer is to be congratulated for the stand he has taken in our and 203 negro families with 600 working A, gas company has been organizedin S. 5 mining concerns, 3 .

a bill In Congress providing* for the I congress and the resolution he offered looking to the stoppage of these hands. The Italians were cultivating St Petersburg to furnish the citizens .. bridge building firms the Western ..

establishment of a Federal court in of that to-vn gas for lighting and C. .
1200 acres of cotton and the Union .
I outrages should be passed without .delay. Telegraph Company

Miami. I ,I I II negroes 2600 acres. At the end of heating purpoSE .. and a cemetery assocIation. -

S --=- ----- 1905, according to Mr. Stone. the Ital- S He has recently announced .

Sam Jones'says when a pig squeals ians numbered 107 squads with 500 lIon. J. Walter Kehoe is announcedas .. .his resignation from the Equita- .

,. he's hurt the same as a dog howls working hands while the negroes candidate for congress in the third S. ble Life Assurance .
Society direc-
I Mr. Strobhar's Novel Plea. What Judicious and, Persistent Advertising district against Mr. Lamar.
when he Is hit. We are enjoying the numbered only 38 squads with 175 torate. ,The capital of the 73 *
I
Does.A .
: performance.Wauihula. .
News comes from Montreal that lir. working hands and the acreage cultivated concerns he is still serving aggregate *


-, is shipping -the largest James X. Strobhar has waived extradition wester nbrewlng company had ,3000,by while the that Italians cultivated-had increasedto by the *.. S. S. .. many S. S. C millions.. I. .. ,S. S. S 5. *. -
papers. that he will make no SUFFERED AGONIES
amount of oranges of any season in just placed an order for 230.000.030 negroes had decreased to 900 acres. I
further resistance to the United States
its history. More than 34.000 boxes beer bottle rabels, says the Philadel- Moreover, the Italians were raising an -
government officials and will at once I Frank Clark Solid.
>have already been shipped. phia Record. Its product is not sold average of 403 pounds of lint per acre
I proceed to Atlanta for trial. -
principally in the city where it is and of 2SS4: pounds per hand, while fOR fOUR nAR '
It
is
noised
II. on the streets that the I By a ime-oonjred precedent
E. Mote of Leesburg has one of congressman -
made, but in the
every city and largetown negroes were averaging 233 rounds
accused will put in a plea that the I IVv'hoe Frank Clark wttt have
: the finest in the no
orange state.
; groves I in the United States where beeris per acre and 1174 pounds per hand." I _
,money he misappropriated and converted opposition before the
.i It Is estimated that the crop will reach and primary this
consumer, in
even foreign
some
boxes this to his own use was "rebatemoney I Foot Nothhg But Proud Flesh summer for his nomination for
10,000 year. j countries. Despite the handicap of Still Not Satisfied. a second -
I ," that he had been an official heavy transportation charges this i I I / -Tried Different Physicians! and term in congress.." H* could not .

W. }-'. Coachman has retired as for the company for so long a time brewery competes sucessfully with The supreme court\ has decided that All! Kinds of Ointments-Could be defeated 'before the people if he ,

:: president of the Florida Bank and and had too much consideration and other breweries a thousand miles distant the Buckman educational law is constitutional .- I I Walk Only With CrutchesOhioMan should have opposition. He is espec- OJ
love for it to become ially
and a party to a I strong among the
Trust Company of Jacksonville masses of the
in their own market, simply because and it is a law of the I 4
L succeeded company to do an unlawful act He Says : people. and while his first 1
has been by Capt. C. E. it advertises extensively. state. The Lake City people took the term service
puts his conduct upon the same only recently begun
;arnei) Through matter before this court with the he is proving a
newspaper publicity its name hope
I I I
grounds. as if, for instance, he were CUTICURA REMEDIES most valuable and efficient servant of
has been made familiar to millions of of having it judicially pronounced unconstitutional -
: Fighting Bob Evan We see this standing by and saw a murder aboutto the people in the flails of .
people who never heard the names of thereby holding on to THE BEST ON EARTH11m congress.Volusia -
- -. Item so frequently In the newspapers. be committed and did not pre- County Record.
other brands I the State herself. institution
of beer brewed within University Thq I I -
: Why are everybody and everything vent it if it were in his power to do I 1I
a mile or so of their No : is going to Gainesville and it the year 1899 the side of
ornes.
included so, he would be a party to the crime my Thousands of Floridians
;
thenewspapers always fight-
\ brewer who doesn't; advertise would ''is going to be a heavy tax upon the right; foot was cut off from the little I personal
Ing Bob Evan't so in paying over rebate money whenit toe down to the heel, and the friends of Hon. R Penwlck Taylor
think of ordering labels by the quar- people of every county in the :state.- physicianwho ]I 4
f. was unlawful for him to doso., had charge of justice of the supreme
I me court and
/ ter billion. DeLand Record. S
: Nine bullys have been put up at that he would become clearly an accessory ..- 1.:;:_ was trying to sew up I Hon. Wm. H". Ellis, Florida's, talented.
Yes, and it is a case of "taxation the side of
Do\\ling's/IJ.e"hliU! at the Park and after the fact; that his love my foot, attorney-geriral: are 1
Born Wrong. without repre ntation" to the major- but with no success. uniting In congratulations -
: fourteen "hore are to be erected. When for the old'corporation completely F When he found at the recent j f
ity. No poor man's child nor the.chil- t out announce-
., the mill-"is completed it will have a overpowered him and he fied with The DeLand t that wouldn't work ment of the approaching *
News doesn't look with marriage of
S : dren of the moderately well to do can j
capacity of 150.000 feet per day.-Lave the goods on his person rather thaninvolve : favor on :Mr. Clark's "antiblind he began trying- toMS the latter with the brilliant and
I tiger"bills. ever enter this university as students.It heal the wound with j
Oak Democrat the road in charming
a squabble with
daughter
The editor of that paper has is an institution solely for the benefit all kinds of ointment, of. the former,
the railroad commission and bring the Miss Ena. the 1
always claimed to be a consistent and pleasure of the rich. The poor until at last my whole ceremony to occur some
[ : Cardinal Gibbons the head of the odium of public sentiment against itMr. ..,_ foot and time 1n April
prohibitionist out lIeroded Herod way up next.-S4 Augustine
have neither part nor lot in the mat- "
Catholic church in America, occupied Strobhar shows that nicety of t( -/J above my calf waa Record.
in his devotion to the "dry" side. ter except to taxes for its main
pay "
\ r/ but
/ a scat on the platform of the L taw distinction and love of consideration 1 nothing proud
Certainly no one expected him to see tenance.Jasper News.Why flesh. I suffered
un.
Street Methodist church in that is sometimes
: Baltimore
pictured Senator
with
vivid
good in any act of our congressman told agonies for four years, and tried Mallory, of Fterifla, has

Wednesday night at a public-meeting colorings In heroic novels, but is rarely although fleW'. J. Carpenter. in lastweek's Do It? different physicians and all kinds of oint filed the views of the mtaartty

S in the interest of {prohibition. illustrated in real life. I ments. I could walk only with crutches. In the senate in party
Christian Advocate, endorses- The Pensacola Journal attributes"the It is sixteen months ago since I began lapiwrftKm to tI e ship

: I the bills and wants them passed. Bro. downfal of D",pew to the vigorous using,Cuticura Soap and Ointment for subsidy gilL Tter6pertfefle, ; sim.
S It is a Otime just now to start Banquet for Lamar. I iliar
S 5; Codriiwton just has to find fault t fight made against him by Wil- my lImb and foot. The first two lines to that'C' lDAifa_ 1.", n.. M_ ,
a horns Iif$ insurance company and months the I
I
Cuticura
Lake Remedies did senator a year whteTsubs"!
City Index. Ham R. Hearst" The Journal is not ago. in
a
; this Is what some of the business'ra n The 3rd Congressional District is seem to work but I kept on using them dies were

'S of Jacksonville have done. If it is represented Washington by I rabid "Hearstite" and may be expectedto both. In two weeks afterwards I saw a lie opposed as coatrary, to pub-
.. a man policy.
Hoke Smith and Clark Howell met claim for the ambitious New Yorker change in my limb. Then I began using S
prudently and who has '
diligently honestly con- the courage to back his *
_
convictions Cuticura
in joint debate the other Soap and Ointment often during
S
day at Co. everything in sight. but this contentionis *
ducted it ought to succeed.. of right or wrong. Gen. W. the thy and kept it for If things in !
lumbus. The Atlanta up seven Russia 4
Journal says rather more far-fetched than plaus continue to go
I. B. Lamar lately on the floor of the months when my limb was healed up from bad to
that Hoke Smith simply tore Howell ible. Mr. Depew doubtless credits his just the same as if I had worse will the Czar _
: J, Hall IirumseyeeentIy appointed House called down the selfappointedleader never trouble. change the
into tatters. The crowd couldn't even "downfall" chiefly to the legislative "It is eight months now since I ejclaaatkai of King Rich- .
in"oluia.
solicitor
1. county county of the democratic minority, gather the stopped using Cuticura Remedies ard and cry:"}ly Kingdom
S_ up pieces-there was noth- insurance investigation. Augustine the for an Automobile
and shortl yafterwards charged lIon. Sharp "Williams best "
God's
who "sharp"as on earth. I am ?
ing of him left The Atlanta Constitution Record.The working S
: with having given a check on a bankin he proposed to be In his treatment at the present day, after five
says that Clark Howell tore the Lawsonites claim that Tom of The years
which he had funds has be of suffering. cost of
no ndlsch'arged a brother democrat found that he Cuticura The Town
S mask from Smith and showed that Lawson did it-that at least he started Ointment and Soap was only $6-i Topics Company may own
on preliminary examination had "bit off more than he could chew" but the Tom Watson's
he was a great big bundle Vdoctors' bills Magazln
of sham and the fight. were more like but it does-
before County Judpe: McCrory. when he tackled our brave 600. You nt write the
-S and patriotic has joined forces with Tom Watson to can publish, my name and 'I' edltorlalfc-ThomasvUte
representative.. Hurrah. for La- refer any one to write to me about (Ga.) Enterprise. .
destroy the .
democratic, party Tom Lawson threatened to take to Cuticura Remedies.
A Ne\v York woman says the theory mar!-W esU-ille dverUser'The I will answer all .
of gravitation is wrong, that Georgians had better turn to Estil his pen If he lost his fortune. Former letters if postage is enclosed. John JL I!

5- S- thoughts have shape and that death is warship Florida visited Jacksonville who is a first class type of the real Governor Odell never thought of writ- June lloyd 27, 7lS, 1905.S.Arch" AYe.,Alliance,Ohio, ': numte *in****'**; lynchln .the. lowest

man.Tampa's. ing books till be lost his political pow- twenty years, occurred In
,
a mistake. Otherwise there doesnt this COII1plete Ezter&1 and IIIterua1
-S week for a "show down." Humor,from Treatment for mr7! the United
: appear ta be anythin the matter with The Jacksonvillans didn't er. At this rate literature will son be coaiietng t.It Cut5.w-s Pimplel lit:Suep Scrou1i, k...Oilltmmr.fnna hfaDey j to Bai Age States-last- year. ,
get gayabout gain in population in 1905 : a little more than a, refuge for fail not.AUc.tlD form of a-uWe ; i. 1
her. l the bad of 1;
Florida. .
.
ffiW
S SWSSSSMWHaUedf P.nsaeola'a
5:. S S was 10,000 persons., !" j ures.Pensacola N.*'s, tee CIIem.,II How l 1 exports for m- are es.

'. j ,, aCekiaIJdB1QQdlhmQzL. timated at J16.0SS.533.

Si-- .. ..- ", _' -..,,;- .:.," :. i -S ... -_,ir" ',, ;- _,; -, ..
I


''t.' C -.5
S :
-S I

---V -
S
-' -
'
S
-i- _
_- % )5f-, ;.
y &S- ;- --i :' --
\

> ;;..- .' > ,:;'-.:.< :it. ,---



IHSBBI&RM| HH| H3 HI| IBBIHnRI I HH IM| ll9
fc 3 3 3; ;gli J3? fl|? ; :

f r44 =' .
?*- J-T| ; ,0- -a j
-
:
; I C
_


. ,>,. .

t: :" i -:'_, THE OCALA BANNER .




_ _ _ _ _ _ _
-
r .. .

f ::1. The paper Uf the Peoule, tor the People and by the People. '" -, .

_

t VOL.40, XO. 32. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY, 1906. ,ONE DOLLAflAVEAIIi

.
-

Wholesale Lumber Broker. Kappa Alpha' Dance _of Washington Miss Louise Harris Gives Small Party. 4TATE FINANCES.The : .

: .. University. -
II r. M. J., Roess has opened up a Miss Louise Harris gave a mall
annual financial statement of
lumber brokerage business in this The following notice *,.t a dance giv- I chafing dish party Wednesday nightto the state treasurer, covering the

city, and has his office in the Mer en by the Kappa Alpha fraternity of a dozen of ,her young friends. The transactions of 1W, i* a paper vf unusual -

F' chant's Block. Room No. 6. Washington University we clip .from first part of the evening was spent interest The agregate rec ipt>
I Buckwheat playing' whist and the
progressive
His business will be wholesale entirely the University Hatchet which is published : from all sources during tbe year were

, and he'wlll make, a specialty of weekly by the students of the young folks all had a very jolly time. $6$ "i&oi. which, with the balance

'- railroad material He will be in correspondence Her guests were Misses Millie. Nurney.of from 1944. }m, 54,:>>. mad the totAl
' I George Washington University. It Suffolk Va. Eloise Miller ABle
; ,
with some of the largest funds W1.W3.61 Till dtebure. nnu
Cakes' : lumber: conce'msin the country and I will be seen 'that :Miss Anna :Mixon Van Juhan, Grace Hatchell Lou were S7C;;. O.U <$r.6 ..M.M more than

: will be in a position to place very of this city was one of the honor, Moody, Margaret Walters, Messrs. tbe retipt3 fur I'M year). and the

,, large orders and the lumber mills o guests: Harry Walters Harry Palmer. Rober balance m hand Jan. 7. 1M6 was

t" the country will do well to keep in ..On, Wednesday evening December Mathews Osco and Guy Zeivadski, J1SS.H7.W. Thl@ ..f course K exclusive
and Alfred .Beck. '
touch with him. w of the !It-\fii! ,-!It'l't.iI fuu.l-
: 20, the second of this season's hops Miss Eloise Miller captured the
made with Mr Roess is a splendid accurate and covers only \\ 1.U .- kn >v, u :14 t'.r
t Royal was given by the fraternity. The lady's prize and Mr. Harry Waltersthe
and enterprising young business man general revenue fund
and since living in Florida has, been house was beautifully decorated with gentleman's prize. Among the larger items vf i i. .uw

c eloa ly Identified with the lumber in" I festoons of evergreens, and mistletoe. After the games the young people are thoxe from tUIt. 7,43.l I : liseneea .
Powder were invited Into the dining
Baking terests.. The guests of honor were Misses Natalie 1V\rn. UUbX.6, mKurume.ax..".
: where the hostess assisted
by
We believe that he will make a suc- Reetor of Mississippi; Anna Mis- young and license*, $9g ,37S.S; interval .u '1
" Miss Miller, prepared delicious
of this business and te of Florida Gertrude of a deposits
cess expect son ; Correll JS.4S9.39; tax certificates tuui
Welsh "rabbit" and hot chocolate with
Are delicious and wholesome perfect see it grow into very ,large propor- Illinois, and Penelope Davies of BritIsh which was served olives wafers and interest thereon "'Itilt.C'> i' itM>rationa. -
I tions. Columbia, all of Chevy Chase college $.141.60.; s.tltNI of fcitiu 1 ;
cold weather breakfast food. salted almonds.
Mr. Roes still retains his Interest chaperoned by 'Mrs. Cowhn. Others stamp, SK.&i1.8'; tnu.k tax s "Ii _

- Made in the morning ; no yeast, no set-.., in the Northern & Southern were Misses Young, Field, Williams Florida Railway and Navigation timi- '
Approaching Nuptials.
in Lumber. Company at Cornell of which Green Knox Fry. Ballentine pany, JJ1.7W.W; salt.r: *u!>rvmc %"" -
ting" over night ; never sour, never cause '
company he has been a partner ever and Owens. I reports. $!.iiO.
: The following invitations have been
digestion since it, was organized several years I Sofl of the luuvio-t items i.( t.x-
I I To make perfect' buckwheat cake and. ago. Death of Mr.. Quintard Gray. I received by the friend's of the bride ,.pease. were sal a i and'groom In this city: t
, -- judicial department .a ,
476.3JI; : ;;: .rartea -
S 'a thousand other dainty! dishes, .see the State Board of Pharmacy. The many Ocala friends of Mr. Mr. and :Mrs. George Thayer Maughs clerk ailiniiu.alive
.. "Royal Baker and Pastry Cook." Mailed -- Quintard Gray will be, very much pain- request the honour of your presenceat menU Stt.'tl.Su.nines; anti t-\
The state,:, board of pharmacy held a ed and saddened to learn of his the, marriage of their sister peosmm railroad ommi-uiou 'LtIlO.! :

free to any address. meeting in this city Wednesday, The death, which occurred last Thursdayat J Jessie .Cecile' S9; juron and uitursaea. S18.J49 11xtiiectJoR :

t .. members of the board present were Dallas Texas. He had been ill for to of revenue. |4 aU.oo. ....lIn '

ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. Messrs.- II. H. D'Alembert of Pens several weeks with typhoid fever. His Dr. Dan Morgan Smith teoance of luoatiia. $$),ti'.43, !1.-

'. I cola Leon Hale of Tampa and A. L.I, mother and his aunt. Miss Polk, were on the morning_ Thursday the twen- stature, $79..Ni&2S; .utr cewuis Ih"

----- I Wise of Lake City. visiting in Texas and were with him ty-fifth of January 992.9*; Ute troop. I14.M1.1J, >>ut -

SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, Hon. J., M. Barco. ,of Ocala, is in The object of the meeting was for when he died as was also his father nineteen hundred and six. aid to school*. $4. "."; gfiurtd

- Loci 4) Editor. I the city today and is being cordially the purpose of examining applicantsto Rev. C. M. Gray jot St. Petersburg -_ at half after ten o'clock printing and advertixtag. |J2.853.3.Florida : .

1i I greeted by his numerous friends here. practice pharmacy in the state of who was sent for a few days before St. Philip's Catholic Church : Mate fair S15.MM9; interest .1
.
receiver of the United Florida. The examination was held at the death of his son. Ocala Florida.Dr. on public debt
Mr. Barco was fl8.tt47.0ft. The pub
: } f11F.US! ABOUT TOWN. I and Mrs. Smith will be at home
i the court house and conducted by
1 States land office at Gainesville under ,; was, Mr. Gray was a young man about lic debt DOW consists *>i.ly of refunding '-
the Cleveland administration-Tues- Dr. H. C. Groves of this city. twenty-eight years of age and for some after February the first 155 South Loads, J601.5t7.ee> bearing interest .'
.
1 Dr. 'W. C. Lindsay went to Jacksonville day'-s Tampa Times. Those who took the examinationwere years past had made his home in Second<<, street. at the rate of S \... ceat. and :
'
" yesterday to be present at the the following gentlemen: H. P. Texas where he. was in the insurance all held by the ar\.-r
:. meeting of the Mystic Shriners Friday Mr. Cargrove, a prominent laxvyei Bitting Ocala; F. H. Scott Starke; J. business. He was very successful and One of Florida's Grandest Men. funds ftf the state.)

: night I of Crawfordsville, Indiana. and hi? T. Piston. Gainesville; F. H. Holcomb his life was full of bright promises. The balance shrt i'l( I**. 31, i.i i :;. '.

'1 _ I friend, :'lr. Mike "Waldron a former Jacksonville; B. M. Silas Ybor City; He was the oldest child of Rev. and Judge W. A. Hocker, member of is a* follows:

< Lost-On school' grounds. small gold cow king of Fort McCoy, with whomhe II. II. Bearel Ormond; W. L. Ulmer, :Mrs. C. M. Gray. who formerly resid- the, supreme 1 court of Florida was= In C4at1 . . ... . .Uv1.'I'1 'i .

; signet ring no monogram suitable;>> reward I has been spending the winter were Monticello; L. Enfield Kathleen; G. ed in this city and he was here with our city a. few ,hours yesterday en- General. revenue fumi 131147 )HOne

.t' for its return to Ocala Banner in Ocala Wednesday. Mr. Cargroveis B. Young I SL Augustine; J. L. Bart them for several years. lIe was a I route to Tallahassee, after spending mID school tax 1wI. 10.40; "4l '

office. -I I so much. "pleased with Ocala that Palatka; J. C. Moore and ". E. Tison, : splendid looking and manly young fellow the vacation at Ocala, Dunnellon and PewioR tax fund ii.."7 67 :

_- he may locate here* and engage in the Welborne W. Y. Hunter, Madison.. and it will be hard for his friendsto I other south Florida points While In State board of htc'uhh fuml. Sg.I9.> ti

II ra. Charles E. Powell and sons, of I I practice of law. "< The next session of the board will realize that they will see him no the city Judge Hocker visited our J'rio. of Mate school fuud. 441 :"

Lexington. Ky-\\ill arrive in Ocala be held at Orlando, June 13 and 14. more. court house and was very much impressed Int of mate school! fund . 441 _'$
.
today to spend some time 'with Mrs. Mr. L. .\. Morgan, of Americus Ga., 1906. The Banner extends its sympathies: with the beauty of the build- Interest of Seminary foaU a.lf 00

Powell's mother and sister Mrs. IL D. representing the Anderson. Wilson Pa- to the grief stricken relatives in their ing. He visited County Judge Con- i Hire of Ute owuiot fun Ut3 fit :

Thompson and Mrs. J, E. Chace. per company of Richmond, Va., was Mrs. Chambers Entertains Card Club. sad bereavement.Will, nor's office where .a rather singular i Indian war claims fun/l S,9oo W

,- in Ocala Wednesday calling at the incident occurred. The will of Rev. Agricultural college fund l.u:1: 11

Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Cram. of Berlin newspaper offices as was also Mr. Oscar Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Ham tor' Come to Ocala to, Reside. J. A. Kimmons had recently been filed Experiment station fand 2,2t it

i New Hampshire and Mrs. John I J., Keep a drummer for the Dod- S. Chambers entertained the married I and some mention that probably Judge i University Incidental fund 704 09

Beckett of Pawtucket Rhode Island, I, son Printers Supply Company of At- ladies card"club at their regular weekly Mr. Ernest McLin has returned from Hocker was a witness to the111.. I Ex. Station IncM-enUl fund 301 gg

are spending the winter in Ocala at lanU, Ga. meeting. Her guests included only Ocala where he spent several days. caused Judge Connor to get the will I U. of Fla. Gaineerttte donation -

:Mr. T. M. Moore's. the members of the club and one or Mr. and Mrs. McLin expect to leave and hand it to Judge Hocker. The fund .\
40.222: 22:
two of her other friends. the latter of the week for Ocala examined it and
The Breeders Gazette printed at part judge a moment ex- White College Merrill fund 7.'M 37
I I Mrs. G. M. Watson and her two little Chicago Illinois gives three pages to Mrs. Chambers entertained at Mrs.T. where they will" make their future claimed. "Why yes, I remember this CoL College Morritl fund. UU 77

j\' sons, and Mrs. Charles Watson returned Marion county at the south Florida T. Munroe's lovely home the Gables home. :Mr. :McLin has recently gone will. I drew it myself and witnessedthe I. Florida Female CMtage Incidental -

1\ to their home at Coleman Wed- mid-winter fair. It gives a full pageto on South Second street. The after- into business with Mr. S. A. Rawls signature. My son William Hocker fund" .". lflU:1)

\\i nesday afternoon after spending a the record Marion county made at noon was a very pleasant one and the lessee of the state convicts and while also signed as a witness." The will Florida Agricultural Institute -

i.= week in Ocala with their relatives. Mr. the fair and prints two pictures of games of whist were very much en- his friends here are pleased with every was dated 1890. Judge Hocker is one Klssiinmee fuad 3.963 S3 '

H. J. A. Walters and family. the Marion county exhibit; a picture of joyed. There were no prizes and after prospect of success yet they regret of Florida's grandest and best men, Colored Normal school contingent -

,. the beautiful first prize shorthorn bull the games. a salad course with ho the necessity of his departure a distinguished jurist, and a gentleman fund i 74 22

;,| Mr B. W. Rlount. of Tampa, isin and heifer shown by Mr Z. C. Cham- coffee was served. from Tallah ssee.-Tallahassee Cap whom it is always a pleasure to Proceeds of College pn>|.er- '

II the city for a few days. bliss, of this city. It also contains a tal. meet. There are few such old time ty fund 359 33

", splendid writeup of our county. This Runaway Wednesday., Mr. and Mrs. McLiirwill be cordial. southern gentlemen left.-Live Oak Florida Hospital for Insane

I, ,' ,Mr. G. B. Tankersley. capitalist and writeup ought to be and we believe ly welcomed to Ocala. Daily Democrat! fire l loan fund ... 129 TO

. trucker of Coleman. was a prominent will be helpful to us. Wednesday morning as John Mac-k ---

: visitor to Ocala Wednesday. a colored man who drives for Mr. i Civilizing the Seminole."As Junior.League.The 401.940 s3

Mr. Edwin Spencer has a very tinegardenon Louis Lang, was driving in front of The Cotton Markets.

' Ex-Sheriff .and Mrs. Lane of Sum- the spot of land formerly the Ocala House, his mule got frightened I understand it,":"'said the Sern- officers of the Junior Epworth New York, Jan..15.-Ttie cotton mar

, ter ,county were among the shoppers known as the Spencer pond, which has at an automobile and becameunmanagablt mole "you propose to civilize me." League for the ensuing year are as ket opened moderately active and

i. OcalaYednt'sda)'. been drained and is as rich as the The mule ran on to "Exactly so." follows vizFrancis :- showed some imgularity.: Southern

alluvial beds of the river Nile This the pavement In front of Standley & "You mean to get me out of habitsof Chambers, President; Clarence spots closed 1-8 higher than SalW'.ta,..
will
:Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Haisley .
leads to that on the same stable and idleness and teach me to work.
us say Company's threw the driver Zewadski First Vice President; Receipts at the ports today were 19.- :
for Belleview where they
leave ,
today
'Will spend several weeks. ground Mr. Spencer had a very fine against the brick wall of the sta "That is the idea." Gladys :Martin Second Vice President; 682 bales against 32,57: last week and
last specimens of which ble. He, struck the wall "And then lead me to simplify
nee crop year with such my Clara Johnson Third Vice President;. 20.935 last year. For the week 139-

., Mr. Claude Nelso'n of Jacksonville captured first prize at the Tampa force that he was thrown a distanceof methods and invent things to make Mable Bachelder, Fourth Vice Presi- 000 bales against 161.174 last week and

Is visIting his sister. Mrs. :Morgan C. fair. several feet and was knocked in- my work lighter?" dent; Luraline Bridges, Secretary; 125.917 last year. Today's receipts at .

Looney in this city for a few days. .' : sinsible. He was picked up and given "Yes." Willie Chambers, Treasurer; Mrs. C. New Orleans were 7.6&9.bales.. against
Col. H. Anderson complains thatI'medical attention and while he was "And next I will become ambitiousand 9,959 last and
_ \ I B. Long. Superintendent year, at Houston 4.-
his beautiful violet beds were badly hurt was not seriously get rich so that I won't have to
so. 067 bale
last
against 4,244
Messes. Edward Holder and Godfrey destroy-I The League is in a flourishing condition year.
ed early yesterday morning. work at all"
. Moyers, of Dunnellon were visitors to and much good is being done
man left the gates open and the cows Chamberlain's Cough Remedy thee Best "Naturally."
Ocala Wednesday. by these litle workers for Christ. *
Made. TO REMOVE
did the rest. Col. Anderson says that f "Well., what's the use of taking
"In my opinion Chamberlain's Cough
if the Ocala Board of aldermen wir such roundabout of just FRECKLE and
The reading club meeting this Remedy is the best made for colds a way gating Mr. Robert Kaiser, of the Hotel de PIMPLES.
1 animal Impounder he will says Mrs. Cora Walker of Porterville .
make him where I started from? I don't haveto
; reek with Miss Esther Weathers was California. There is no doubt about Kaiser, is putting up a cold storage IN 10JDAYS, USE.U.NADINOL.A.
I. the office and guarantees there work now.Iiami Record.
, accept its being the bnst. No other will
one of the largest and most interest curea plant for a company at Hastings, Florida
.
j will be no more complaints of flowei cold so quickly. No other is so surea
t t' lng' ones that has been held In many preventive of pneumonia. No otheris of which Mr. Frank E. Bugbee is
THE COPLEXION BEAUTFIEK.THE .
rootedup
beds being eaten up by cows or Greatly in Demand. ,
: months. Every member, with the exception so pleasant and safe to take. Theseare the manager. It will be rememberedthat
is in demand than
He will keep these anl- Nothing more a
I by hogs. good reasons why it should be
of two. were present and the medicine which meets modern require- Mr. Kaiser came to Ocala from
preferred to other. The fact is
the street or know the reason any
mdls oft
I lesson for the afternoon was a particularly that few people are satisfied with any ments for a blood and system cleanser Atlanta and superintended the cold 1 ;
will be such as Dr. King's New Life Pills.
why. We hope that he other after
having onceused this rem-
enjoyable one. what need to storage plant of the Benjamin Broth
s They are just you cure
the office. giY-1 edy. For sale by all druggists; m .
i '. en stomach and liver troubles. Try them. ers. Mr. Kaiser accompanied by Mr.
\ At Tydings & Co.. drug store :23c.! .q
-- --
-- A Farm For Sale or Rent. guaranteed. Singletary. telegraph operator at I
II-. -- -II : -- IrLINIE Hastings made a run down to Ocala 4:1.:

CAPITAL I will sell or rent my farm of 360 Through Train and Sleeping Car Ser- Tuesday and visited Silver Springs

I $50,000.00 acres in the Fellowship neighborhoodat vice Between Jacksonville, Fla., and took a spin on our hard roads _"("i""='-A :<-
....- .' '
a reasonable price. Good living and Augusta, Ga. with which Mr. Singletary/ was very -

President T. T.Munroe.VicePresident house and outbuildings; partly under much delighted. :Mr.. Kaiser says that ;/"!'- .""'.; "'-.

Z. C. ChamblUs. good fence. Apply to Mrs. Jessie Hay- Elective Jan. 10, 1906. the Atlantic Hastings is on a bigger boom than ';4"-C'

Cashier,. 5eo. IL Ford. < I craft. l-td-2tw. Coast Line will inaugurate Pullman ever and this year three thousandacres '. '.... -,- ,'-
.p
- Asst. Cashier J. B. Brooks.CENTRAL Sleeping car service between Jacksonville will be planted in Irish potatoes -. rr- -

.t i The country people who come on Fla., and Augusta, Ga.. Trains and this is only one of its frocking \ ,

. p". I I I trains from smaller towns to trade at leave Jacksonville at 8:33 a. m. and enterprises. I 'loa."" ".Aoo\.".<.<; ,,': '.$.-'" 3,It.

our merchant's stores connot find a arrive. Augusta at 6:53 p. m.. affording NADINOLA GIRL

NATIONAL BANK more homelike place .to stop at than daylight service between the two The Turpentine Market. Formerly Advertised and sold as
NADINOLA
the Montezuma Hotel.'All you hunters points. Dining car service will be No change in formula or package The s.uue
OF OCALA should stop with the Colonel. and shoot operated between Jacksonville and The turpentine market for the week oul! has been changed to avoid confusion, as we
I cannoi afiorrt to have so valuable prepaiauon
birds, over his fine dogs and then get Yemassee for ,breakfast and lunch. I opened as follovcs in Savannah:. Firm; confused with any other.
AUINOLA ill guaranteed, and will be '
your birds cooked with him any way Evening trains from all South Flor- $*:; sales 432 casks; receipts 207 1\ refunded in every case where money it fans to re
r you want them without any charge. ida points make direct connection at casks; shipments. 1,519 casks, Rosin move freckles: pimples liver spots collar dis-

( }" f DIRECTORS.I 'I Try the MontezumahoteU Co!. V. J.Shipman. Jacksonville affording the quickestand firm; sales, 2,383 barrels; .receipts, dis5gursiag coloratiotns.sallowntas.eruptions etc.CUB The tan,worst black case heads in p.

. ". best service betweenFIoHda and ?.35 barrels; shipments 2,330 barrels twenty day. Leave the skin clear, soft healthy
prop. 1-18-lt and restores the of
J. K. Christian. R. S. Hall beauty youth.
J II IIJ Augusta.For ; stock. 57,430 barrels. Quote: A. Price sound $i.oo. Sold in each city by all
Geo. Mackay T. T. Munroe' leading druggets.or by mail.Prepared .
1 The famous Buster. Brown Blue further information see ticket B, c. $3.35; D. $3.40; E S3.43; ,F, 3.50; only byN.TIOS.L
R, L. Anderson, Z. C. Chamblss. I
d: Herbert A. Ford. Ribbon Shoes fur boys. and girls at agent or write J. G. Kirkland D. P. G. J3.53; H43.75, ; LJL35; K. $UO; M, TOILET CO.,

4. Ik' I the Fair Store. ': x J 1A, Tampa. Fla. ,* J3.15; X. J3.70; WG. $6.00; WW $$.10. 'Paris, Tena.
_. .
II. .
%" .. -.c[-s Sold In Ocala by'leading drug stores.
.

.
'!-
,
\ iTr

".
'
.. .
',.. "
"

: : 4s44 Y.--' :. -:-' :, '- t !t .' -4g4



'
-& *
*

.\J' ..

-' / .
Or' -
.
.. A .
"
.
1 ,a. 1, ,PAGE, 'SIX,. '. r THE OCALA BANNER_ FRIDAY;: JANUARY. 19,- 1906. .
-
v .
-
-
THOSE TEARS OF REGRET.T1' AN AUTOMOBILE INVENTION. SLUMP IN ORANGE MARKET. A Large Catamount.
How History is Made. r Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Give Partt /
V ----' .
:
I' .
.. -
W. K. Cleveland, Brother of Marshal California- Fruit Uneatable-Hurt by We printed .In our Issue of yesterday On Saturday evening :Mr. and Mrs. .Mr L. B. Booher who Jives oa the

Cleveland, ,Is Granted Important. Cold. -Florida's In Better Shape j hard road about tfcre
., a leter from E. C. Barnard'of the t t W. H. Arnold, entertained a few of Orange avenue
Patent. -
{ Our neighbor across the way is firm of .E. C. Barnard & Co. telling I their friends ,Informal*manner miles south of Ocala was displaying
,I _.....- Special to the 'Ocala Banner: in a very t
how grapefruit was introduced into | Friday a very large catamount -
the city _
again shedding t f tears (,crocodile. va- I Mr. W, K. Cleveland, the well: known New York. Jan., 13.:The little spell the Chicago market at the Arms house. The special ,file considerable

.riEtyr on our account He la now exercised engineer of the Standard & Hernando :i,of cold* weather. the first of the,week* Among other things Mr. Barnard guests were Miss' Dora Ellis and Miss f j i which attracted

over our telegraphic ,service I Railroad and whose home is at the i had more effect on the California orange said: Ada Banks, of Gainesville, who are t attention., >
.
i market than on any other. line visiting Mrs. C. A. Marks, at the Arms Booher has a big pinder patch,
for which we are profoundly sorry. It northeast corner of Fourth'stre t and : It was In Borland Bros' grove at I Mr.
j of produce. The cold I House Mr, and Mrs.. Arnold's other
snap depressed destroying and
Citra. Borland explained to me that which the coons were ,
grieves us to do thing that brings I
Second Avenue North has just been J the market. It now looks as though guests include a number of the guests
;V tears to one who is so solicitous of It was a new variety orange but J his son Frank, set one or two steel!!
-s granted United States Patent No. this depression. will not soon be raised i from the Savoy Hotel where they ._
: our welfare. But it is the best we I was no account. .I asked him what the intmdrs. He was
of their to catch _
807,156, on a device which applies mo- either by light receipts or weather he was going to do with them "Noth spent last winter, and several j! traps .
can afford for the present.It Is the
g other friends. The hours were spent Friday morning in going -
conditions. surprised
The
depression is attrib- much _
came: service that is used by the Jacksonville tive power to the front wheels of automobiles [ing. he said "Well I. will pay the j !
utable, not only to the weather but in a very jolly and informal manner { his traps to find that this mons
to
Metropolis, the most successful as well as to the rear wheels, freight on them to Chicago "I said. j
playing all sorts of entertaining
paper in Florida and the St Augustine the heavy receipts' Florida oranges "All right," said Borland. He set his I I animal liad been caught Ins; one of
making the automobile a four drive which, though they are arriving in.bad games, etc 'Fruit: punch and cake j Iter
: Record, one of the best that men to packing and we shipped about his rifle fn his hand
i i wheel machine instead of two and the condition, are sweet and eat welL The T f was passed to the guests and their i if i I them. Having
reaches our exchange table.' I twenty boxes. Dr. Charles Reed the I ;: he shot and killed the catamount
s machine can be steered just as well coast shipments are light this weekas f evening with the Arnolds was most j jenjoyable.
well known i
physician, has told splendid -
We.are making progress and climb I me I which was a large and specimen
a number packing houses -
hav
ing along and promise. Just as soon : as now. e about grapefruit he had seen in his I I I i of his race. -
closed to give the fruit In transit a
as we are able, and the business interest This device will enable automobiles chance to clean travels abroad. Upwards of a million people in Capt W. L. Ditto in viewing the'animal
up. '
of the town will justify it, to to go through deep sand beds, over The market opened this week withfairly "I wrote the greatest Joshing letter northern Japan are reported to be on, I said that. just at the beginning -

take the Associated Press service I ever did. Inmy life to my partner l in Mississippi: the
rough roads and up hills and Inclines, good prices for good fruit The told'him the verge of starvation, owing to faiLure j 0[ the war
complete. :Nothing is too good for the and we must get $12 per box of crops. If that It true, then It catamount and wild eats made such
and make possible automobillng- really good colored averaged. $z.25. for this fruit
then wrote to Reed
Ocala Banner readers. /I i besomes apparent that Japan needed I depredations on his bogs that he sent
Before the week closed
and through places where they have the price tooka and told. him what I was doing and
Unlike our the Banner kennel of dogs
neighbor Kentucky
decided slump when stock sold 12 : peace as a result of the Portsmouth\ to and got a

goes on the principle that if you can't never seen. @2.25. There were 51 cars cold duringthe he told all his patients about it and conference, and needed it badly. The and succeeded in a few months in

get a whole loaf take a half loaf. Mr. Cleveland has blue prints anda week. Some of recommended it as the greatest tonic (famine said to be the worst in Sixty capturing one hundred and- fifty of
the stock
which
-, We expect. the whole loaf 'after, In the world. My partner took my let- He ,there are
model of the deviceat his home was spotted ranged $1.65 @ 1.90. There years. Government aid will haveto these animals. says

awhile. Watch. us as we grow: where they are gladly shown to all were a few boxes, extra large sizes, ter seriously and actually sold "the be given the sufferers. There is three varieties of this family the wildcat
grapefruit at
$10 to |12 box.
visitors. The main feature of course which brought trifle per said to be local famine in some parts the tiger cat and the catamount.
The more going as Mr. Barnard adds: "This about
Ocala Fair Association. was
is, that with} four drive wheels instead high as $3.35 but there were not the 1872." of Russia also in addition to the pretty J The-wild cat is very small and striped:

of two. this device doubles the friction enough of these to signify.. year general routing. What would have across its: body; the tiger cat Is like '
Mr. Borland
The people ,of Ocala became 'very on the earth. The patent was Fruit Not Good. came to Florida in 1879 been the condition of the two coun- j the wild cat only larger and the cat-
and it in the, SO's
was along before his
enthusiastic for a fair and organized secured through Munn & Company The fruit is really not fit for the tries had thew continued for another amount Is the largest of the three and

pee association, having that end in I of the Scientific American, and when best trade. It is a puzzle who eats orange grove was brought into bear- year?-Miami News. >.instead of being striped It Is spotted.
ing, so Mr. Barnard has at least got
Subscribed the land
view Money was put into practical use will revolutionize the
California in their
oranges present his dates mixed.
was purchased and fenced a splen the manufacture of automobiles. '
.i
condition. Much of it is not fit
did race track baseball diamond fine Mr. Cleveland is to be congratulatedupon -
for a hog to eat No very choice fruit Presbyterian Tea
grand stand and stables for wintering his fine prospects and .St Petersburg -
from California \is expected before
stock were built, but the fair did not 'the of
also upon possession next month. It is the general opinionthat :Monday afternoon :Mrs t G. M, Hub- KING OF ALL LINIMENTSCURES
materialize and the property has been a citizen whose talent shall make hername
as the fruit sweetens prices will bard entertained the ladies of the
neglected and is going to ruin and was still more famous.-St. Petersburg
'' I be better. Presbyterian church at their regular RHEUMATISM AND ALL.PAIN -:
threatened to be sold for the .small : Times. '
k monthly silver tea. Quite .a numberof OflLCIA,spurs,CUTS,MUISM.-UMS,.CALts;
mortgage that was placed upon It. OLD CRICK IN IACK. .ACKACHC. LUMIACO
,. Daughters of the Confederacy Meet. the ladies of the church and many CURES srirr COBES.JOINTS CONTRACTED MUJCILS, SIRAIMid .
; Mr, John R. Martin, of the firm of i HOTEL ARRIVALS.j AHKIIS,COM HUSKIlTSSPIAIKtO WRIST. MOSTID -
other friends of Mrs. Hubbard's were 'IP HU 0S
UFULJ-ttATlQ ICAT
J. IL Martin and company made the t flIT COINS ftUNIOHS.CHllBUU-S.A-D.AU. |
Friday afternoon being the regular present Tea and cake and other deli-
association, a proposition that he''j j Ocala House-C.. J. Thurber. Chicago -
time the'monthly of the
meeting cacies were, served and the afternoonwas
would pay off the mortgage and keep \! III.; J. D. Williams, Washington Daughters of the Confederacy they an exceedingly pleasant one. -

the property, in good condition and turn D. C:; Frank Palmer, jr., New York; were: very pleasantly entertained by t a a p

t it over to the fair :association' for one J. A. Davis Washington, D. C.; Albert I
Mrs. J. IL
Spencer at her home on Attending the Grand Lodge. a '
1', month in every year for the purpose D. Simons, New Albany, Ind.; F. Summerfield avenue. -

of holding a county or state fair orbo't W. .Carlisle, jr., St. Louis. Mo.; C. C. On account of the bad weather onlya Messrs. E: W.' Davis N. I. Gottlieb, r 4'i;

,, but if the association: shall fail Huts n, Cincinnati, 0.; D. W Thomp- few of the n1embers'were able to Baxter Cart and ,Dr. L. F. Blalock .

to hold a fair for five consecutive kins Fla. C. H. J. Delat- I I
years Micanopy ; be present but the few that did ven- : left' Monday for Jacksonville to attend _ _- _ e -
then the property is to becomehis our, New York; R. C. Johnsto e, Jacksonville -. ture out the J .. .
spent afternoon most the meeting of the grand lodge of Ma ---
in fee simple Fla; J. T. Hatto, Istachatta,
and This I 1
comfortably pleasantly. was sons. Mr Davis is an office in the
Mr. ilartln's proposition was accepted Fla. J. A. Jordan Fla. W.
; Tampa ;
the day set apart for the annual elec.1 grand lodge and the other gentlemen
,, and it is hoped that efforts will R. Cirardean, Jacksonville Fla; R D. tion of
officers but owing ta the want -to represent tha OeaJa lodge at

be stimulated, for the holding j of an Medlin, Williston; Miss Alice :Mwliin.Williston so few of the members were. present; the meeting.

annual fair. ; Harvey L. Hutchinson. this erect' In was postponed until next

The property is under good fence Gainesville Fla.; J. W. Davidson, New month when Mrs. E. M. Howard will What AdvertisingHas Done.

and a fair can be held' with very little York; IL L. Hough.. Dunnellon Fla.; entertain the Daughters. READ THIS REMARKABLE CURE

additional expense. Jesse A. Moore. Savannah, Ga.; C. W. After the regular business of the Like, all preceding years, this year *

Lets go to work and hold it. Ennis, Atlanta,' Ga.; M. B. Craig, meeting had been transacted Mrs. finds the East. Coast of Florida prepared "1 ins much afflicted with rheumatism, writes

Jacksonville. Fla.; }'. M. Holeomb Spencer served very delightful refreshments to greet the tourist in true Florida $d.c.'Nud,Iowaville, Sedgwick Co.,F.l1SU,"going
,
K. of P. I about on crutches and suffering great deal of piin.I x
Jacksonville Fla.; Thos. M. Keller.
to her guests. style. There is a great deal of Induced
was try B&llard's Snow Liniment,which
Jacksonville, Fla.; J. F* Pinton, elegance promised in what has been cured
me, after using three SOc bottles. IT IS TUB
; The members. of Ocala Lodge No. palnesville; Oscar J. Keef Atlanta; Hon. M. L. Pyne was a prominent done for the winter tourist during the GREATEST LINIMENT,I EVER USED;hire recommended .

l 19. Knights of Pythias held a very G. F. Canning. Gainesville; Ga.; E. C. visitor to Ocala on :Friday and calledat ,dull months; but, more than that the It to a nufiiber of persons all express

pleasant meeting, Monday night and Palmour. Gainesville Ga.*; C S. Ward our office to pay his social and fin I natural advantages of this coast have themselves u being benefited bj it. I cow ,walk
without
crutches, and am able to perform a
Installation of officers.. Birmingham" Ala.; A. M. Dickson. ancial respects to us and to take a I been taken advantage of to a greater deal of light labor,oa the farm. great
'
The installation ceremonies were Gainesville, ,Fla.; M. D. Wilcox peep at our new Mergenthaler ma- extent than they have ever been util- THREE SIZES: 25c SOc AND $1.00

Impressively conducted by Lodge Deputy Gainesville. Fla.; A. W. Burnett, Philadelphia chine. Mr. Payne is. one of the most ized in the. past. The IndianRiver ,

"I t JL C.: Jones assisted by Sir Pa.; J, B. :Martin, Ocklawa- painstaking and successful farmers of country is getting a big share of tour BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.

Knights Porter, Cam and Biggs. ha; T. F Colgrove Daisy; J. M. Cro- the county. To show the manner of ists.-Indian River Advocate.Mr. ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.

The, following are the names of the mer, Jacksonville Fla.; R. 'S. Knight farmer he is, we have only to say
'
officers installed? W. S. Durst. Chan- Crystal River, Fla.; Frank Clarkson, that he was driving in a wagon that J. T. Nelson, of Silver=; Springs.

cellor Commander; c.. L. Sistrunk, Jacksonville, Fla.; Geo. H. Gilmore, he purchased twentyvthree years ago, was in Ocala Friday and a reporter GOLD AND RECOMMENDED. BY

Vice Chancellor; J. G. :Ferguson, Prelate Lynchburg, Va.; H. B. Smith. Lynchburg from Mr. K B. Richardson, when he of-this paper had a pleasant interview

; T. J. Owen, Master of Work; Va.; R. L. Barnes, Dunnellon; first began business In Ocala. This with.him. He says that the Hart line ALL DRUGGISTS.,

Jake Brown Master at Anns; R. E. I W. W. Haygod. LaGrange, Ga.; AI j wagon is nearly as good as new and of tourist steamers will begin their ,
r
Yonge Inner Guard; c. I*. Moore, I Hardaker, :Martel Fla.; Arthur S. during the twenty-three years, it has I winter schedule next Tuesday and dur- I RCTAIL PRICE LIST OF

Outer Guanl; W. W. Clyatt, Masterof Harris. Savannah: Ga. only had .thirteen dollars worth of repairs inf the season the Okalumpka and the

Uxcbequer; W L. Jewett. Master of Montezuma Hotel-Henry! Bivell. I put upon it Every farming implement Hiawatha will make regular semiweekly WHISKIES, WINES; BEER AND'MALT.

Finance; Chas. K. Sage. Keeper nt'<- Bushnell, Fla.; J. S. Davis. Dunnel- I on his farm receives the same trips to and from Palatka. .

: ords. and Seal. lon, Fla.; W. S., Bobbitt Micanopy, scrupulous care. The past year Mr. They anticipate a very heavy travel -

Fla-J E. M. Pote N. Y.; J. Wirthew devoted large 2IPSSSS: PE2PAID.4QU :
Payne a part of his attention this rear Mr. Nelson also said thata B
'Ak ceo*-;.,, &<<-M<< Br.....,
Chafing Dish Club Entertained.! .
._
: Savannah. Ga.; Gusie Baker Tampa; to the,growing. of cotton and very: elegant steamer Is being built Hunting KultQt Out: Measure Rvc ... oQU tlQts Slin ,giitoy xtt. Gi.,Ca... GoatGndf
J:6g o
Monday night Miss Mile Van Juhan' H. J, Selatbur New York; F. A. Scott as he ginned the lint himself, and sold at Grahamvilie and will be christened, NeUoa County Rye..?..... _. :* 9MS 4 ?7 100 50 3,-1IC' P.....

was the hostess of the chafing :dish McTnograra Rve...._...? 5 Jo 4 60 8 oo Rve. fti., Qor Rm.. Pi1M'' c-IJtJ Ie ,
Starke Fla.; G. Young. St. Augustine, the seed he found the crop an exceedingly the Alligator. It will run from Silver Hnnt's''44" Rye._. pletgd
-- 31ti 5 00 Aye Gin
club. The young tallies spent the evening Fla.; E. R. Rot-borough: Jacksonville, profitable one. He is one Sprhfjfs to Leesburg. As the! trip up Social MaltVhiskev.Drops ..,..._..,..?....._........ 4 50 C M ii* oo jo $3 ao poor Cat lit I aW Bpi itr 11M ...,.

very delightfully together and after Fla.; M. V. Yatt Ness Inverness!', Fla.; of the .best can growers in the coun- the Ocklawaha is very weird and picturesque Peach Brandy _?.-"... _....-- 3 375 75, i 5 00 oo 9 9.
playing games for a couple of Mrs.: T. H. Evans:: Fla. C. C. *prle Brandy.._ -- 3 7S 5 oo 0 by ate fiqof lit ....
Conant ; ty and has made SOl
reputation. -as a and the upper lakes almost HQllandqh. ... a So \'k1orie.&re. SooisI
-- 4 jg DN r
-- 7 ,
hours, a salad cturse'a'3 served and ';en va Gin ..... ... ... 151 i sftyt Ntdb..tiity
Rawhs Montbrook-Fla. .
syrup maker. He bottles elf he makes like inland seas, it is expected that XorthCarolinaCorn.- 3 75 5 oo !. LI1\fP Sf xo" t' Bit1tR. pit ...

chocolate was naden the chafing and on account of so doing receives a this new line will receive a very large Mountain Cora -.-.. .. 3 165.75 S 400 oo 9 7 50 oo t PilsUr! ..... ._ ,_ ..... .._
= dishes. The young ladies present Spending Confederate Jamflcia Rum "-",-- 206 Sate Pale ..._.,. _. ___ 1t w
Money. 4 35 ,
A much higher price for it Mr. Payne patronage. The Alligator is owned by Medford Knm ..-...---.. 3 75 5 uo ? S& st.ndnt _._ __ ._._ I a
were Misses Juhan Mattie and Carrie ._ ... 9 SO ,f Malt.extra dark "
Grape Rrandy. .. ..
was accompanied Friday by his son Mr. Allan Gibson, of Grahamville. 10 7. 5 oo Q 50 ._... I M
Williams. Eloise Miller, Grace Special to the Ocala Banner. Cmg of Kentuckv Burbori" 3 75 5 oo 9 50 i I: ot.uncf", "?S .ttt< ....,..._....... _.._,. a N
Ba'li ALI.8 ..
Mr. David Payne. ....
......
4 Ass: :ent AUawed on all Goods ci Sasie CuiBuew's I a as
HatcheU. Margaret Walters, Bessie Vienna Jan. 15.-Great t pints
quantities :Mr, and Mrs. McDougal and Miss .... a 25

Porter, Louise Moody, Edna Dozier, of American Confederacy paper money For the Under Dog in the Fight. Addie Hansbrough, of Elizabeth- Fri 8. '1 Prises by fea Carrel oa arp'1 rtI3$.

Louise Harris, Leafy Sylvester Florie has lately Into circulation here and .
.
.
town. Ky., Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mote. r =: .

Condon and Beatrice Sinclair. many shop keepers were duped withit I know that the world, the .great of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. ,John !

during the holidays. The swindlewas big world. Hansbrough, of Tampa, and Mrs. Efird

Fire at Blitchton. published by the newspapers and Will never a moment stop [ of Leesburg arrived in Ocala Sun- HANNE'BRO 5.t

t :; _____ fora few which
days the
gang has To see which dog may be In the | day to be the guests of. :Mr. and :Mrs.
r A flat occurred at Blitchton SatUrdaY been fooling the city with worthless paper fault 246.258 West Adams St.
William Hocker for a few days. Mrs. Jacksonville Fla
Some of the outhouses belonging ceased their *
: ,
operations but
started
But will shout for the dog on the Hocker, Mrs. Mote Miss Hansbroughand
to a young Brooks were burned again with renewed vigor duringthe
top. -
Mr. Hansbrough are sisters and -
'' Jt AUll be remembered that Brooks ..
week.
past -
But for me, I shall never pause to brother and'the rest of the party are i J
/jvas tried before Judge Bell some days .
ask ,
all relatives of Mrs Hockers. This
y ago for beating his wife and was sentenced Mr. George P. Rowel the oldest
Which dog may be In the right family reunion which will be a most
r to do service. on the countyhard advertising agent in the United States .
.
.'' For my heart will beat while it j delightful one, was planned especially -
road. There was no one on the (now out of commission) has writtena I
beats at all, 1 at this time in houor of the youngest -
place when the fire occurred. book \\hich ought to be an eye-
For the. under dog in the fight tnimals' i member of the family lovely little -

N'iced. opener to the newspaper profession. .\ Guardian London. 'I Elizabeth Hocker whose: -,third
The Improvement. i Talk about the farmer being: a country
birthday was on
Tuesday. ,
Jay the average newspaper editoris The MilesOrtoncircus was destroyed t 1 .- i -
,. ...
We note. a big" Improvement in the a blind owl. The way he has been ',
by fire at .Tallahassee early ,I Dr. and Mrs. W. IL Powers who .
Ocala Banner since a typesetting machine exploited Is a shame. The
worst of Sunday
'\ m rningThis circus had |I since their marriage three months ago
has been installed in that office it is, like a vaudeville performance, the I _. .
two
given performances in the capital have been boarding at the Savoy Ho-
,Crystal River 1'tws"r. play is continuance. The advertising, One and
city on Saturday and was packed for tel, moved Monday into the Hilburn TwoahorseHay

agent plays on the newspaper man like shipment The fire Is supposed to cottage at the corner of Orange ave- I Presses X
i Albert Anson Graham is now at a flute.E. .
have originated from a lighted match nue and South Fifth street Tedders
LoVAngeles, California. where he ,ts I
being dropped in the car In which the .
spending the winter lie says he iseating M. Smith who has several orange j
t ponies were shipped. Mr. L. L. Hopkins of Belleview, for-
oranges but that they do not and grapefruit groves in Winter .
merly of Danbury Conn., was in Mowers Rakes
compare with the oranges of "sunny Garden Fla-, has had a successful The Sumter ,
county farmer Is sawing Ocala Monday and said that while he ,.
t- Florida" We, shall soon print a letter year of It. Over 15,000 boxes of this wood and saying I I ...
nothing. We .
enjoys the winters in Florida very
from 'Mr. Graham giving his impressions fruit had been shipped to New York are told by a gentleman just from much that he enjoys our summers still Knife Grinders

of the golden \tataLieut city up to January, 1, and.there has i there that every farmer has his crib better. He thinks the .climate of Flor-

been ready market for it from the I .
fact full
of corn; his smoke house .
full of ida deserves all the praise that Is giv- A
a Colonel Charles Byrne of the that it was all n t good size'and perfect bacon; hay stacks in plenty and po en it.Mrsa. Complete Stock of Repairs -

United States army is a prominent tato banks .
by the score. This makes -
Both
guest at the Ocala House lie went, the Deering and
Sumtercounty farmer very near-: Allan Rodges and Interesting McCormick. '
out_ Tuesday to look ,at his lands located ilr D. ,c. .. Stanley represented the ly independent of freight
rates. If he little children. Lula and Ruth of East .
Montbrook- and when he Bellevtew lodge at the \ ,
near grand; lodgeof will return to the spinningwheeI' Springfield
and have
gone to Pensacola
-ti. will spend about 'a month In Masons. now In session jit Jacksoni loomthe
returns tannery and the ash hopper to visit relatives axfew
for
i s weeks.Jacksonville. .- I MARION

:, '!!;:fr. our city. "'>" ,. .'- .. villa ";: ,;.., i. he j. will become* a sovereign* rightS l Metropolis.c H0RDW0RE COMPANY.



Ott -

.' ,


i ,
-

H""t"-' ,"-'' "." ,,;' 'I_: I"- --"'' ..;c, .,,..,'.>":>.:..>.',- .--.,.:'t",,'. _'.'"' .' "- ""':-".'", """ !.?' '.',: :. ""'t #t'-,,,.: .." .. :.-. "' ,....-
;
'
:
--t' "
!
>. : : .* '' '""',. ;... ./ "i_:,1.", 1"i'f: > : '-i.. :. :.lc., :...., : -, .,, ,3':



?vr s-- -

,.
; .
,
; "" "
-




OOALA BANNER.The




o. -
-
fi -
tt

t '. "Of the People the "
paper tor People and by the People.

.
-
.
VOL.40, NTO.; 3. c. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY, 1906. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR w ,

,
.
'

A- : :-S : -- I c .. WEDDINGS : ;
t '-'
,' ,- ."- '.t "": --' ... I I I NINE YEARS OLD
,' : .. ._ _
-- --
,
i
f Crossett-Dancyt, ClarkBonner.The .f

Choice -- I ; At a beautiful simple wedding witnessed wedding of Mr. Benjamin Howard January 17, 1897, was our birthday, and our

.: ,.. f' by a very large number of Clark ,and. Miss Lillian Browning bank'is the oldest in tht county. But its strength is not

Selection : I friends and relatives Miss Carolyn II IIf Bonner at the home of the bride's parents in age; it is in promptness, conservatism and real desireto

f Hollowes Dancy was united in marriage on Rose avenue Thursday night I
:. ... ., assist Us clients, together with the ability to do so
to Mr Edgar Lee Crossett. was a brilliant society even and the

J 'Of The ceremony took place at half .after -I! large crowd that witnessed the ceremony MUNROE & CHAMBLISS, _

three o'clock in St. John's chapel and partook of the hospitalityof -
BANKERS
and was performed by Rev. Van Winder the family all agree tnat it was a I

I Shields. pretty wedding. Ocala, Fla.,Jan. J6, J906.
I ._ _. ..- -- .
I po --- __ ..
.
The The _
FINE CHINA chapel was prettily arranged I ,house was beautifully decorated -

with quantities of palms ferns and : throughout and no pains were -

bamboo vine and it was the loving I spared to make everything look like hassee has been announced, their -
I r
(Haviland oi\ Every Piece) work: of the friends of the sweet young i a wedding. marriage to take place In the early -

bride. r The ceremony wag performed by spring.

To be had at thePostoffice Candles burned on the altar and the 'Dr. B. H. Carroll Jr., pastor of the Dr., Ausley is a prominent young RING

fragrance of the white carnations filled Baptist church and it was the pret- physician of that city and Miss Saxonis

the air. tiest ceremony we have ever heard. one of the most popular, society -i'

Promptly at the'3p ointed hour the After the ceremony the happy ones girls in the state.
Store :
Drug ,wedding party arrived. were warmly congratulated by the assembled -
We Have Now in Stock -s
First came the ushers Mr. George I' guests -and later on refreshments Wilson-Bott..

McNetty with Mr. Eugene Dodge and were served.
-- I the Most Complete Line of
Mr. Stanton Knight, with Mr. Will :Many beautiful presents were on Miss Irene. Bott of !Montfcello and
SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, The Ladies 1
Young Card Club.
Local Editor. I 1 Ilallowes. I display attesting the popularity of the Mr. Madison Harrison ,Wilson, of RINGS that Can Be Found
The first meeting of the Young Ladies Then came the maid of honor, the fair young bride and her chosen life
Quincy will be married at the homeof
Card Club this winter was held bride's younger sister. Miss Agnes partner. Anywhere.

KIPIEfilMiS I ABOUT TOWN, Thursday afternoon at the handsomenew Dancy in a beautiful, gown of steel I I The bride and groom will remain the bride's parents Mr, and Mrs.

home of Mrs. Charles S. Cullenon gray aeolian with gloves and shoesto ,: here until Monday when they will del t Shirley Bott on January the twenty- Call and See Them.

I Fort King avem* The following match- The style of the costumewas I: part for Ocala, Fla., their future home, fourth.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Owen spent Sunday i '
at Lake Weir. young people are members of the dUD in the modish eton Jacket effect and alexia will have lost another of Miss Bott is well known and popu-

this year: Mrs. Cullen, Mrs. E- T.lIelvenston. with elbow sleeves and it was trimmed j i. her fairest daughters.Mexia (Texas)
lar all over the state Two years ago I .
I Mrs. W. T. Gary Mrs. D. elaborately with hand-run tucks I Evening News. !EIf1F ,
1
Mrs. William Marlowe is visiting at the Confederate reunion at Nashville -
S. Woodrow Mrs. Mallory Liddon and a touch of gold braids and em .

relatives at High Springs. Mrs. E. C. Welsn, Mrsi W. H. Powers, broidery. With the stylish suit was Williams-Smith. Tennessee she was the sponsor

Misses Sue Barco Mary Anderson worn an exquisite lace waist and a from Florida and was one of the most
6f course it must hustle and hurryif
Sara Harris,t Valeta Potter, Ethel handsome gray velvet hat with beau I *A beautiful took
)Jt expects "to see George." "" very marriage attractive girls at the reunion.
Robinson, Annie: Davis Sarah McCreery tiful white plumes. Her flowers were place Wednesday January the tenth -

"Sunny Jim" Robinson and Hal. G. Meta Jewett, Hattie Dye and Esther bridesmaid roses. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. -Davis-Ripley.A. .

Eajleton are up from Tampa.. Weathers. The visitors presentat The bride entered with her father Smith at Citronelle Citrus county Fred G. B. Weih ,7

the meeting with Mrs. Cullen were Mr.:, J. M. Jane)', and she was becomingly Fla. The contracting parties were quiet weddIng occurred at the :

Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss spentSuaday her cousin, Miss Carter Joiner of Wilson attired in a very handsome :Mr. Elbert E. Williams and Miss Convent of the Holy Nmes Sunday Tie Jeweler

I with friends at :Mcintosh. N. C. Mrs G. C Pasteur. Miss going-away gown of royal blue aeolian Francis Smith.Mr evening. :Miss Florence Risley and Mr.
:Miriam Pasteur and Miss Ella Fisher in and skirtt The .J
jacket style.
Williams is the well known son Ambrose B. Davis beingthe contracting fea- i
And the Star is still displeased with ,, ..of Pennsylvania who is visiting. shortEton was made with elboW' of Mr. Theophllus Williams, the cattle parties. Rev. Father White per

our service. Too bad isn't it? s Mrs. Welsh. sleeves, and was trimmed. with ,a quan- king of ,Marion scounty and is a formed the ceremony Tampa Tri-

There# were four tables of progressive tity of tiny, hand-run, tucks with a gentleman of sterling worth and excellent bune. FLORIDA'S SCHOOLS. 4

Miss DeUa } of East Lake whist and in>one room Miss Join touch of gold 'braid, and finished with -
:. Fosnot qualities.' Mr. Davis is a. brother of Mr. PaulC.
ermarker the scores, while in ,the the daintiest of real lace ruffles. The Principal .of State"Aid Schools'Must r
Weir, spent Tuesday with friends, ,in Miss Smith is the daughter of the Davis of Ocala, and is himself well '
Otala.Ur. other Mrs. Pasteur marked them. Af- beautiful white messaline waist was pioneer settler of Citrus county. Mr. known here. e Hold State Certificate.Tallahassee ,

ter several rounds of whist were played lace trimmed, and made with much Jas. Smith who is also the cattle -

and Mrs. Henry W.' Long were refreshments were served and the hand tucking. A dark blue velvet hat king-of Citrus county. She is an accomplished Moorman-Walters. Jan. 13.-Following circular
,
; > .' ia- Ocala Monday on their way to, ,afternoon was a very delightful one. with pale blue velvet plumes, blue and beautiful young lady. Mr. E. H. Moorman of Grahamville letter has been Issued by State

Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. Welsh won the prize for points. shoes and gloves to match completed Those that attended the marriagewere and Miss Hattie Walters who, livesa Superintendent of Public Instruction,

a set of gold pins and the prize for tile modish ,toilette which was one of'I the immediate relatives of the few miles south of Ocala were.unit- I W. M. Holloway:

Schlemner spent last week in games a silver call bell was won by the prettiest ever worn by a Jacksonville bride ,and groom. ed in marriage Sunday by Mr. J. K I Too the County Boards of Public In-

Lake City.with her mother Mrs. Anna ,Miss Davis. bride. Her flowers were beautiful The words that made them man and Bailey notary public of this city. struction: I desire tb call your attention

Wilson. The weekly gatherings of tthese bride's roses. wife were spoken by Judge Barksdale, Mr, and Mrs. Moorman will 'make to the fact that after July 1, 190f,

young people are always enjoyable and At the chancel the wedding party of Dunnellon. After the marriage, their home at GrahamviUe,*where the state aid will not be granted to any

1 Mrs. D. E. McIver. and her father add a great, deal of pleasure- the was met by Mr. Crossett and his best which took place .at high moon the groom, is in business. senior high school whose principal Js

Capt. A. Mclntosh,, are spending today winter months and are eagerly looked man Mr. Richard P. Drysdale.Rev. guests repaired to'the dining room and not the holder of a state certificate.

: at Orange Lake. forward to by the members. Dr. Shields spoke the Impressive partook of the bountiful supply of Romantic Marriage. Should any county board of public ;

court words which united the young good things to eat which had<< been A rather romantic marriage occur instruction refuse to comply with this r

I&. ',' Mrs. H. C. Jones has a handsome In the circuit at Ocala last couple for a life of happiness. prepared for the occasion. red at Pensacola Thursdy morning at regulation, such refusal on its part

mew black horse and in a few days will Monday elaborate resolutions commemorating After receiving congratulations and I Thursday Mr. Williams took his the union depot when Mr. Charles wil cause all schools under its supervision .

get a new surrey. the death of the late Gen. good wishes informally, the happy bride to Leroy where he will engagein Covington, son of C. M. Covington. which have heretofore received -

Robt. Bullock were presented and young couple left on the East Coast the farming and stock raising business. manager of the Consolidated Grovery $600 as a senior high school appropriation _

Mr. H. M. Hampton who has beenon spread upon the minutes and 'many train for Daytona where they will company was wedded to Miss: Stella to forfeit the same. .

the sick list for the past several eloquent tributes paid to his memoryby spend a fortnight A long, happy and successful life Danaby. The ceremony was performed In order to accommodate, as far as

day<. is now much improved. members of the bar.-St. Augustine Mrs. Crossett is one of Jackson- is the wishes of"One in the ladies' waiting room by Rev.P. possible all persons who may desire'to

Record. ville's sjveetfjst and brightest young Who Was There." H. Whaley just before the departure apply for state certificate I have

The Star says that it "just hustles" women. Of an old and honored family of the young people for the trip decided to examinations for this

-and even then it can not keep up The Ocala friends of Capt. A. O. she is widely acquainted and as Wi I ki nson-Stri ngfellow. north. purpose, beginningon Tuesday JuneS

with the pace that is set for it. MacDonell, of the S. A. L. railway widely liked. Hawthorne was agreeably surprised | 1906. and continuing for four days, _

will be sorry to know that he has Mr. Crossett is a splendid young tet- Thursday by a quiet marriage that Davis-lanier. at the following j.laces: Mariana, for

Dr. Thomas K. Slaughter of Belle- been quite sick for the past week at for Bond & Boars, the acommodation of middle and west
low. As bookkeeper took place at 1 o'clock at the residence Mr. Leon Davis, of Jacksonville, and
,view and Mr. Arthur Hardaker of his Fernandina home. On Sunday. he is conversant with the business of R. H. Stringfellow, where Miss Irene Warren Lanier daughter Florida" applicants; Jacksonville, for

.Martel, were visitors to Ocala on Sun- Capt. MacDonell was reported very world and is highly thought of. He his daughter. Miss Janie Stringfellow of Hon. T. B. Lanier of Tavares, were the accommodation o* all applicants

day. much better.Strayedfrom' comes from Tennessee, where his peo- was married to Mr. Carl Wilkinson recently secretly married at Griffin residing in east Florida; Dade City.

ple have served in the State Legislature of Waldo. Ga., where the bride was engaged as for the accommodation of th..-e wholive

Ur. Harry Stalberg went down to my place at Martel and been otherwise prominent Mr. The groom is a gentleman of sterling a nurse in the hospital there. Imme- I I in south Florida. These rxamin- -
Dunnellon Tuesday afternoon for a I a large Jersey cow no mark or brand; himself is of I atiuns will be held tauter the direct!
Crosstt: a young man business qualities,and he owns diately after the ceremony Mrs. Davis
,
short ,'iit. to his n'ephein that one horn brass tipped, other tip lost his supervision of the tate of
brains and ability and friends pre- and operates extensive turpentine interests resumed her studies in the hospital department
: off. Any information leading to her
city. dict for him an assured success. in this state as well as in Ala and Mr. Davis returned to Jackson- education. ,
O'.I recovery will be suitably rewarded. D. Mr. and Mrs. Crossett will be at bawa. The bride, a descendant of the The following a Bit of 0* tots

Mrs J. P. Hilburn and son Oscar, A. Clark Martel, Fla. 1-16-tf home to their friends at Mrs M. C. ante-bellum aristocracy of South Carolina ville.Mrs.: Davis came to Florida a few from which tba %u *tfeM will lM,taken -
leave tomorrow for Live Oak to
:. join Drysdale's on Beaver street, until later can trace her lineage to some days ago and she and Mr. Davis have I I : ,
Mr. Hilburn there and to make that Mrs. Minnie Bostick has returned
on when they will g> to housekeeping of the best families of that state. gone to Titusville where they will Geometry, White's America &p"k
city their home this year. home from Jacksonville where she I
and use some of the' many beautiful The happy couple left on the north make their home. Company Atteata '

went to attend a millinery opening of wedding gifts sent them.-Jacksonville bound train for Jacksonville. Friends f Trigonometry. We&twertlrt Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pittman have Parisian pattern hats which were exhibited -
Times-Union. Ginn & Co. Atlanta k i9'c
,
accompanied them to the depot and Hampton-Carlton, I ; aay farl
goae to housekeeping in their new at the Duval Hotel by a well 1 tables. '
amid a shower of rice they made their I ,
cottage just next to the home of, :Mr. known Baltimore firm. '
Pleasant and Most Effective. departure. On Wednesday, January 10, .J9th$ i Botany Gray's Field Priest -n.l
and Mrs. J. A. Pittman. T. J. Chambers. Ed. Vindicator Lib i
Miss Laurie Carlton and Mr. IL M. Garden with Apgar's Plant tarltssis.
Mjs. W. S. Durst and Miss Briggs erty. Texas, writes Dec 25. 1902; They expect to take in New Orleanson I Ii
"With pleasure and unsolicited by their wedding tour and will make Hampton, n. v. DePass officiating.The i American Book Company.
Misses Julia and Virginia :Mayo paid our office a pleasant call last
you I bear testimony to the curative Zoology. Packard's Briefer Cgun-. '
Ala. marriage was a very quiet cne
their home at Pollard
down their return from the Ep- of Ballard's Horehound Syrup.I .
went to Lake Weir Tuesday afternoon night on power
Henry Holt & Co. New York.
only the relatives and some nearby
and
have used it in my family can
to few with worth League meeting and inspectedour ,
spend
a days
I
it is the most effective Physics Averys
cheerfully affirm AusleySaxon.The friends being invited.Miss Elementary/l-
their sister, Mrs. Jesse Xeely. new Mergenthaler machine.Mr. and best remedy for coughs and "l
don & Co. New, York.
Laurie is the third daughter of
colds I have ever used." engagement of Miss Bessie Mul-
Sold by all druggists.: m ford Saxon and Dr. Ausley, of Talla- IL E. Carlton and a young lady of Rhetoric, William's Com0aitiM Bed
Leon Hale and'Ernest left home
Berger Arthur Clark came ;yesterday -
many personal charms. She will be Rhetoric, D. C. IIeath & Co. .... ..nta. _1
Monday night for .Ocala, where they afternoon from Orange Lake %
much missed in social and musical ,
will attend the state meeting of drug where he spent the previous day hunt- I
OURSPRIIG circles. Literature. (Ditch), TriNUfaShort !
gists.-Tampa Times.Dr. He successful and II
ing. was very
"
The groom is a bright young law Course. EWrklfe & Bnx. l htti-: .
brought back a string of gne looking 'r -
of who will be: remembered adelphia.
Ocala
W. R. O. Veal of Cotton Plant wild duck. yer I
GOODS here as a resident of Arcadia some General History, Mjwr'a, GtoB & Co ;
attended the meeting of the grand
Phychology and Psychic Culture,
three I
lodge of Masons in Jacksonville, The Cherokee of the Cylde Steamship years ago.
The happy pair left on the 5 clock Halleck's American Book Cemptllf'.
week. Mrs. Veal accompanied him. Line is aground near Atlantic
J train for Tampa, many I Latin Harkness's Grammar Am r-
j. City New Jersey and it is feared will Are Arriving and We Need the Room. at the depot to see them friendsjbeing off.' The lean Book C& 1paDY.CaefEar .
Miss Margaret Walters, after a fewday's become a total wreck. It has been I .
Champion joins their other friends in I (two books), Lowe &.w1 .
visit with relatives at Coleman abandoned by the officers and crew. '
came home Friday afternoon. She THE NEXT 30 DJYSWe wishing Mr. and Mrs. Hampton every Scott Foreman & Co.. CMcsgft.

Ii. joy in life.-Arcadia Champion. Virgil (two bouke of J.1i*.M), any .
was accompanied by her cousins Mrs. President Roosevelt has been extended -

,_', C.. M. Watson and :Mrs. G. F. Watson.Mr. an invitation to attend the I text
, Ormond-Daytona automobile races will sell all Winter Dress Goods, Un- Bride and Groom Return. I Any applicants who majr not be prepared

I to complete the whole joualna, .
and Mrs. C. N. Nelson of'Saint next week and it is hoped that he will i I
: Howell M. Hampton, tion at this time will be fwnatttad to
.. Louis, are in. Ocala for the winter be able to spare the time to be present derwear Sweaters Etc. at greatly re- Mr. and Mrs. j
,' who were married at Arcadia Wed take an examination on any Sv. of
,
-, and are at the Savoy Hotel. Mr. Nelson
nesday night spent Thursday in Tampa I the ten subjects he may ehoos, The -
> is and is
travelling
a man now for
Now's
duced prices. your time and arrived home Friday after- i examination on the reawteJag five
making Ocala his headquarters. Miss Robert Cooper and Miss Lillie -
Mrs. Hampton was formerly I subjects may be taken at the close
Reed of Denmark, South Carolina noon.
y-; Miss Laurie Carlton and is a charm i of the Teacher's Summ Training
Sal Mrs- Ford attracted
considerable
4 ,' are the attractive guests: of Mrs. A. BARGAINS !
, .' woman. Schools, held at Tallahassee and
of ing young
, attention at the opening L. Izlar.
, the Ponce on Tuesday by driving up Mr. and Mrs. Hampton are stoppingat Cah.svlllal the watt data: of whim

to the gates in a neat pneumatic speed :Miss :Mary Simrall of Ormond, with I the Ocklawaha Inn, where they are wilYbe announced<< later.

>," ,: ,: wagon drawn by one of the1r'trained a total of 6.874 votes led the Times- Helvenston Pasteur Co. receiving the congratulations and best W. IL UOLLOWAY. -,

( .,, ostriches.-St. Augustine Meteor. Union speed ,king contest yesterday wishes of their friends.. '.. State Saperint nd''nt.

I < J :,,
'
,
j.,'"
\
),
..



"

: : ..
; : ,
: '' : '
'
-, }"JIl M .," ,, .;ltl"0 J



; .
.
-
-
I
> ,
.
"'
1 .
______: .iPA TWO. THE OCALA BANNER FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1906. _ _ _ _ _
-
-- -
---- ----
-f_ '- HOTEL ARRIVALS.
'BELLEVIEW NEWS. LIVE OAK'S GROWTH.. Profit of $1.81 Per Hen; Wire GMSS
LAKE.
i M'INTOSH.ITtMS.. OANGE j j"Special I I -

Special Correspondence Ocala Banner.Mr. t Experience. Ocala House-Wm. IL Prtcs Tampa.
to the Ocala Banner; Opportunities for Industries in the SIn
Pev T, A Cox state evangelist forth McClure and family who :recently P****. Fi Gu*
Burt.
Mr. and Mrs. Sands Havilan.3, oft Thriving Florida City.. Fit; J. S.
: / Christian church is hew "'1 11. few moved here from Kentucky. are I connection with the rapidly grOW- JaehwavttK. F&L: O. B. ,
Marlboro. N. Y., arrived in Bellevlew Richmond.
day's visit; also to make a visit .o residing at the home oil Mrs. Stewart. To, say that Live Oak is today one ing industry of poultry'and egg raising Ga.; C. H. *mett,
Saturday for the winter and are stop- II Miller Alwea.
hit son, who is at JWcanopy under They are an acquisition to our place of the most extensively talked about in Georgia. the following experiments Ffcu J.melt tees New
ping at the Seminole while their jacksonvilH ;

:-' treatment of Dr. Montgomery & Son. being interested In the, school, Sun- house is being remodeled. J towns In Florida is not overstating the have* been reported to Section York; iE. L. Gf*.r, Jat OBvUIe. Ma.:

Mrs. Crewltt of South Caroline came day school churches etc Mr. Arthur Hardaker, of }Martel. j I t case. But when one takes into con- Director J. B. Marbury from a farmin I R W. Btouat? 'laMp&. Fla.; A. B. Wise,

In last week to spend the winter with Mrs- McCIure's mother and father, was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. T: K. sideration its marvelous yet substantial south Georgia.On Fto.; Pedro )I. aa., Tarn-
Lake Qty,
her daughter. Mrs. E. W. Rush. Mr. and Mrs. Long and her sister, and Slaughter Saturday and Sunday.The i, growth for the past five years its this farm, in the wiregrass sec1 1 }1a.: H. H. IXAtembwt F.M -
pa.
.- Mr. a Wilson one of the Kentucky brother, Mr. and Mrs. Oldfield are Belleview lodge of Knights of'' present progressive spirit and the rap- I tion, the cost of conducting the poultry oola. FU.; Leon IW. Tampa Fto; L-
visitors took a run down to Umatilla visiting them for the winter. Theyare Pythias gave an oyster supper Monday I id strides it is making almost daily Tampa. Fla.; W. B. Simmons
hen. The RennaWo
$1.01 A.
for a few days to 'meet other friends delighted withe the mild climateof evening which was enjoyed by the toward becoming a real city the state- business was per I and wife Lawf.m.. O*.;' C. E.Herriek .

from his old Kentucky home. Florida _and are enjoying fishing members and a number of their special i! ment Is not so difficult of belief. With- net profit of the business was $1.81 Crystal Riw. Pta-l; D cMacDougald.
,
I The new firm of Young & Wilson and bunting on the lake. friends. Judge Hopkins added to out any professional town-boomer or per hen. The profit was really more Attest Ga.; S. R. PUB

has engaged in the vegetable business' Berry Bros are busy this week the pleasure of the evening with mu- :i tin-horn advertiser Live Oak has in than this for the food for the poultrywas Jacksonville Flft.; A. T. 0.,. VL;

an(1 has already an acre of lettuce shipping lettuce. Quite a good dealis sic by his graphaphone. five years grown from a nere villageto raise don the farm. but was put H. Dutton. WUU.....,** Pi;

growing.; being shipped from different parts Mr. and Mrs. Y. M. Hulm of Hawthorne a little city of more than 7,000() peo- down among the expenses at exactlythe Chas. T. V. Somner. -
Atlanta Ga.;
r The threatened cold wave that did of the coun.ty. spent Tuesday at the Semin- ple. market price of food for poultry. J. L. storer, Altaato .
Moultrie: Jno."W. zaMc',
not come put considerable lettuce on Mrs. M. A. Hickson spent last weekin ole. i There is a cause for this rapid and Thfs also Included the cost of improve- .
C.
J. B. Marsh, Hl.b P &*. N.
,: the market from this section that Micanopy with Mrs. Waterman Mr. G. R. Ellis of Gainesville, spent substantial gain. Perhaps no city in ments in the poultry buildings, and Ga.: wife. Pj riear..
Perkins aDd
would not have been rushed off for a Johnson. several days of the past week here. Florida is better situated geographi- the purchase of many high-priced F. E. M.
Cbt &. Oaa;
IL A. Hull.
: time had It been otherwise. Last Sunday morning the home of The Ladies Aid Society will givea cally and otherwise to experience sucha settings of eggs for the purpose of Improving R. L; C. T
N.
Bloomberg, GreenbOi ;
The Methodist ladies gave an oyster Mr.: and Mrs.: David Berry was vis- musicale at the city hrll Friday growth. Lying as it does in the the breed. L.
Daisy. Fte; G. B. Doatop.
supper Wednesday night for the ited by a dear little .boy. bringing evening. very center of the state. and :yet onlya Mr. Marbuffry has given much a F. Colgare
N. c.; A. R. WISe. Lake
beneat of the church. It was very lib great happiness to them. Mrs. Joe Whisaant Rex Nichols, Mr. few miles from the Gulf of'Mexico tention to the raising of poultry. lie Greensboro.

erally patronized and the result satis Mrs. Fred Danieb of New Smyrna T. Mitchell and Dr. T. K. Slaughter it enjoys cooler breezes in summer said yesterday: City F1a.Montezuma.
B. Tankerttey.
factory. who has been on a visit to her sister i spent Saturday in Ocala shopping.Mr. than ,southern Georgia, and its winters One of the reasons that Georgia has : Hotel-G. t
"Fla. B. S. Orw, Jacksonville -
Dr. E. P. Guewant veterinary surgeon Mrs. D. H. Burry, left for. her T. A. Mitchell spent Sunday, rarely bring frost -or ice. Surroundedon not received far greater revenue from Coleman, ;

I was called to Ocala by wire to home last Monday. in Oxford the guest of Mrs. MitchelL three sides by the famous and this part of the farm business is because Fla.; P. E. Bostkk. Wawte, Pte.:

: we the si
.* but the doctor was too fate, or the sister Mrs. Hopkins, were visiting Ocala, spent Sunday in town the guestof magnificent stretches of field and for- eggs as unworthy of their notice. It Starke Atlanta, Ga.: L..A Morgan
C. L. Barnett, Ja k-
bull too quick. as he was a dead bull friends at Orange Lake last week. their parents. Judge and Mrs. L. est in every direction, and supportedby was left to the women folks who were Americus Ga.;

when the doctor arrived. :Mrs.: Waterman Johnson of Mican S. Hopkins.Mr. the finest farming section in. mid content for a long time to gather the sonville. Fla.; IL S. Beare's Ormond. '

The seventy pupils of the McIntosh opy with Mrs. Alex Prjce. of Jacksonville :: and Mrs J. E. Pcppell, Mr. and dle Florida, it: is no wonder that the eggs and let it go at that In these Fla.; J. T.- Gutphla. Nw Tent; W.

high school have hid everything in a made a short visit to friends Mrs. Walter Smith Mr. J A. Frazier stranger and the homeseeker should latter years the raising of poultry has E. Goodrich, Fernandlna Fte.; W. L.

.-- stir for ten days, because they would and Mr. Huff of Levou, Mr. and Mrs. knock at its gates. No section of our been reduced to a science, and has en- Ulmer, Monticello, FTa.; J. W. Cn --

not tell on one of their number for here.Next Sunday the new :Methodist: .!. D. Mitchell Misses Kate and Effie southern country produces better long gaged some of he brightest minds. by, city; P. C. Cashman. Atlanta Ga. ;

cutting and breaking the principal's I preacher, Rev. Kilgo, will preach his Mitchell Mr. J. W. Davis and daughter staple cotton than this immediate section Chemists made analyses of the ingre- B. W. Chase Gainesville. Fte.; J. T.

chair during the. holidays. The principal first sermon here. We hope all will and Mr. and :Mrs. MeWhite of of Florida and probably no coun- dients of the egg. They learned thatas Robertson. Savannah Ga.: Y. M. Dur-

would make them telL The boys come out to church. Summerfield. attended the K. of P. ty in the long-staple belt offers more a large portion of the egg was nls Jacksonville, Fla.; G. IL Brown. .

; and girls would not tell The trustees supper Monday evening. in return for the work done and the water fresh water was an absolute Atlanta Ga.; Mrs. Taakfard Wildwood -

were called .in to Investigate, but ANTHONY. Among the recent arrivals at the money spent than does Suwanee coun- requisite for the hen. The chemist Fla.; Mrs. A. Walateil. Orraond

; a new chair; being In place early in Seminole are :Messrs. J./ L.' Taylor, W. ty in which Live Oak is situated. I, found that lime was needed in making Fla.; Jas Durkin. Norfolk Va.; J. S.

: the morning of the investigation set- Specia Ito the Ocala Banner: M. L. Howse :Mr.: and Mrs. Y. M. Another planation of this develop- i the shell. Lime was supplied to Winter Walda Fla.; J. A. Preston j

: .. tied the whole matter and a regular 1 There are several cases of sickness r Hulm and G. C. LeFils. of Jacksonville ment lies ,on the fact that the men of t the hen and the best results followed. Jacksonville, Pta: i

1 love-feast followed. in which each of around our city at present. It is similar :Mr. J. McC. Tharin of Atlanta the city Tho have money also have I Other experiments had similar re- I

the trustees, the principal and all the to chicken pox but is said to be Ga.. Mr. J. H. Zairing of Tampa, :Mr. sufficient faith in the future growthof suits. Pi-sasant Day at Silver Springs.

pupils took part and the investigation entirely devoid of danger.Mr. Arthur Hardaker of Martel; Mr. G. the community to prompt them to I., "For a long time it was believed that I -

broke up with a general good feeling, j Harry Grant am. of Sparr and R. Ellis of Gainesville, and Mr. and invest their money in anY.enterprise hens would lay eggs only during cer- Several ladies plumed M a farewell

: and a pledge from all to push forward )|, his cousin, Mr. Thomas Fudge of Coleman Mrs. Sands Haviland of :Marlboro N. looking to the general good of the tain seasons bf the year. It was found J compliment, to )Ir J. P. Httfcura, who

all together, and make the school bet- I were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. place. During the last 12 months five that the coy and reluctant female car- left Wednesday for Lire Oak a small
; 1
ter than ever, and second to none. But t Hillman Sunday. Mr. Joseph Millsom: spent last citizens have put more than 160,000 ; ed not for any special season but insisted picnic at Silver Springs ?***..,.. In

the perplexing question instead of beIng Mrs. Wm. Fort of the Pine section, Thursday in Ocala. into residences all on the same street I on-certain conditions of warmthetc. the party were Mrs. Hllbura,*. L. T. 1 1Izlar.

: "Who struck Billy Pataerson." is was the guest of her sister-in-law :Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Smith to the regret and within two blocks of each other. I When these conditions wer sup- :Mrs.: A. L. Iilar aad her two 'j

? "Which Billy cut the chalrr M rs. Warren, here last -Tuesday. of their many friends in Belle- Not long ago the local printing office I.:., plied artificially the hen acknowledged. guests. Miss Roberta Red and Mia

W- P. Cromer has returned from Rev. H. C. }Martin of Fort :\cCoy.:\ view, moved to Oxford last Saturday.Mr. was destroyed by fire and the insur- ] her appreciation of the efforts in' her Lillie Cooper, of Denmark, S. C.. MML

South Carolina -where he went a few passed through our town Sunday on Smith has been the popular sales- ance was not sufficient to enable the behalf by laying eggs the year round G. W. Martin Mr. W. W. Clyatt. Mrs.

days since<< on a quick business trip. his way to the annual meeting of the man for the Marion Merchantile Company firm to at once build and equip an office and made herself so much more valuable A. L. Webb Mrs. W. J. Chamber, lit-
.
The friends of Rev. A. L. Briscoe, at Baptist convention. for the past two years.. in keeping with the needs and demands at the same time. tie Miss Roberta Chambers, and Muter -

his place, have been donating corn Messrs. James Lovell and Alan Hill of the city. When this fact "The annual output of eggs in this I Oscar Hilbura. They drove down

: and hogs to replace what was destroyed ,man. spent last Sunday with their MOSS BLUFF. was known it only took two, hours to country is upward of 2,000,000,000 doz- I to the springs in carriages and spentan

when his barn burned. one night parents here. organize a stock company of 13,000 ens and represents one of the very i I ideally pleasant day picnicitngr.

,.' last week. Mrs. Marsh of Daisy was tile guestof Special to the Ocala Banner: to meet the immediate emergency.This largest revenues. The appropriation I. The day was delightful as a "sunny

L. T Hlckson is at Micanopy helpIng her daughter Mrs. Hanie Martin The farmers over here have all gone spirit lies back of much of Lave I has grojvn from some 5,000 dozen to day in June," and among the days

H. S. Chambers put in gasoline Sunday. :Miss: Fannie :Martin returned to work in earnest preparing their Oak's splendid growth. It has now 1872 to over 5,000,000 dozen in 1900. pleasure was a boat ride on th
.
light plants there. home with her for a short visit. lands for a new crop. reached that stage of developmentwhere Since that time, the number has di- springs. a splendid lunch etc The la-

: S. H. Gaitskill spent Sunday and Sparr must have grown attractiveas Mr. S. B. Lewis of Ozark Ala.. is it begins to realize its importance minished. This may be on account of i I dies all say that it was one of the
I
Monday In Ocala two of her young men spent last on a visit to his son. Jno. T. and in the sense that it can illaffordto the better market at home. Most of :I most charming days that they have
I
;, Hampton Chambers jr.. was in town Sunday in our city for the first time will spend the winter and part of the d) things by halves. the exports were to Great Britain. In ever had. ,

the first of the 'week. He is now sell I in several months. He has actually spring here.' He is very much pleased On November 23 its citizens voteda Greater New York statistics show that I

ing cigars for the Charles Peyser factory spent an afternoon away from Sparr. with Florida and her climate. J OOOOO issue of bonds for public the daily consumption is .78 or about Danoe'Frid y Night. '

: of Ocala. Miss Rebecca Nix of DeLand is visiting improvements-street paving sewerage three-quarters of an egg per soul -
.
The regular gypsy visitors are DAISY ITEMS. friends and, relatives at this water-works city hall and fire meaning millions of eggs for New The young gentlemen of Ocala will

.- camped in their tents at their favor- place. Mr. W. E. McGahagin and department Following this action of I York each day alone. J.the 1899 statistics i give a dance Friday night at the Ar- to:k

Jte spot on the hill above the Mc- Special to the Ocala Banner: ; daughter Miss Emily were visiting at the city council the county commissioners eggs and poultry were next in i I mory. This will be the first of a series ,

Vitosh syimming pool. We have been silent for some time : the Bluffs Sunday.Rev. I have let contracts for build- value to cotton amounting to near' of weekly Friday night dances that :R

V C. II. Bateman. road overseer, is dormg but t y no means have we been idle. W. J. Meadows and son, Hughof ing hard roads throughout the countyto 300000000. I I will be given during the winter I F,

the clay roads in this section, and The holidays\ passed off without any Marietta Florida are on a visitto the amount of 119000. They had "Russia is the largest producer of ,months. 'i
'z ,
not before they needed it.Miss disturbance or drunkenness.Our his sister. Mrs. M. J. White. Mrs. just built one of the handsomest court I eggs in the world. With the unsettled I Quite a number of the young men 1

.- Mattie Gamble of Dunnellun, merchants seem to be enjoyinga : M. I. Morrison, Miss Leona White are houses in the state and equipper its I condition of the government and the I have formed a dancing club and be- 1

has been visiting her sister. Mrs. C. good trade as well as others in real visiting relatives at Tampa and St. 'offices with all the modern fixtures. excited condition of the hen owingto sides the weekly dane*lt{ they contemplate -

II, Bateman. and other friends here at estate business.Mrs. Petersburg.Mr. : We need a cotton factory a barrel and the frequent explosions of dynamite giving, a German oa e a 1

\ her old home., Miss Mattie is a great A. J. Albritton and son. Glover G. K. Blount, of Waycross Ga.. box factory, and a large $30,000; hotel. bombs and palace changes there will month. They are also maktag arrangements ;

; favorite with the people here. are at Anthony this week looking after was here Sunday to see friends. Our citizens will take stock to almost probably be a great decrease over the to give a tacky danc'

:. II. L. Dickson was ia OcaU on business their farm there.Mr. .I II. B. Mock and family have moved any amount in any or all of thee enterprises normal and thus afford a better exporting I very shortly. These weekly dances

last week. M. B. Waldron sold his old home Welaka.. I : if wme one, meaning businessand market I will add a great deal towards the
.
J. K. Christian returned from Dun- 6>teadnear_ Orange Springs to his Mo&s Bluff has a new. :Ferryman, Mr. havink money to invest will join "Among the southern states Texas: i pleasure ef tbe young people during

.: nelton yesterday. daughter Mrs., Goorgie Kings'.ey. this Isaac Perry who will no doubt makea in with them. There is not a cotton leads with 13,000,000 chickens. Tennessee i the winter and they aN anticipating

vain Walkup of the firm Walkup week. good ferryman.. factory in this section of the state, is second, :Mississippi Alabamaand them with a great deal of pleasure.

Bros. and Jim McCullough haH gone Mr. M., B. Waldron and Colonel T. It seems strange to the old settlers and there is no doubt as to its beinga Georgia coming along next With I .

to the GIf: Hammock for a two-weeks P. Colgrove ",isited the Brick City here to cross at the ferry and not see great opportunity now open in Live I the rapid increase in Georgia she will I Beautiful Art Calander.

hunt Tuesday and the Colonel decided to the familiar face- of Mr., White who Oak. Neither is there a box factory I probably nTove up two or three positions -

Miss Arlie Baldwin returned home stop over for a few days and gt-t acquainted for thirty years has been ferryman or or furniture factory or anything: of for better: conditions for this I. Messrs. Munroe 4 ChtmbUss, bank-

from Gainesville yesterday, where she with Ocala's people.Mr. I since the ferry was mad? a public the kind this side of Jacksonville, and I industry can not be found In the 'ers have sent out .bstlssi art calendars -
_
i '
has ben visiting; friends for a week. J. P. Thompkins will accept a I I crossing. Uncle Jack is geting old yet we can offer greater advantagesthan country, if they can be equalled. Statistics : to their frieadl tad patrons.

Qn of her friends from here visited position with the Wilson Cypress' com and his health failing him caused him can be had even there. We are in for the last year will not be I The catefStar is a nftftfectlo* of the

ll"rn Gainesville- about same length pany at their railroad camp. at Sunday to resign. j the very midst of the timber section, II known for some time-but when It is, alntiR& "Briasfa .,*. Wanderer

of time. Mclntoah/ Cor. TimesUnion.GRAHAMVILLE. Bluff. Church was well attended here Sun- and have the finest of railroad facili- I feel sure Georgia will show a wonderful Horne' by Jeaa Pfe& 1 Hanr. anal

Mr. Ollie! Harper and Miss Blanche day. The school here Is progressing : ties; in fact. we are so sure of this increase, which will stimulate : was awarded a prix*;af a thou ao4

Marsh were out for a drive a few days nicely. : that we will put our money into it. I farmers to still greater efforts."-Atlanta I dollars. It to 4 *__ rf a lively

ago and collided with a stump on the We are all anxious over here to seefarion's If anyone interested he may addressthe I Constitution.The ; litle girl briagfhg ,lM.*'ker Jet black

: Rev Cunningham,: of Anthony, road side which upset them and landed new court house and hopeere Secretary of the Board of Trade, :tat aad the piet rt,ta. iite aa effective

preached here last Sunday. tIe has them in the mud; but they escaped 20 years i>asses by, w* will have ; Live Oak.-Correspondence Baltimore Crosby Damage Suit. I one. -- ., :.
I .tMessrs.
.
4- announced that he will preach hj re being hurt very much. the most modern and up to date; courthouse i Manufacturer's Record. I Muruyj\ .- Cfta'bI1MI sent

every second Sunday at eleven! o"tlock -' Mr. Louis Hall of Sparr was in in Florida, for the money invested. All day Friday was taken, up in the 1 I out UMM entente* with their best

a. m.William our berg Tuesday buying syrup of I Mr. Woodrow Gives Stag Supper. argument of the attorneys in the 1 I wishes: and with tte tope that it wuutt

Howard has bought out which he found a large quantity and Crosby suit 'against thetla tic remind their
riendt
eewy day in Uw
Gibson & Gibson's merchandise store fine quality at Captain J. H. Halls.Messrs Won on Merit. i i Tuesday night Mr. David Sandeman Coast Line railway for damages in year of their detenmteatioa; to deservetheir

and will put in a new stock of gods. A. .B. and M. G. Albritton :i Woodrow was the delightful and jolly the sum of twenty thousand dollars.
j patronsie
aad good w1U.
W* wish for our bright young ner- will go Over to the big scrub far a The death of Robert G. Erwin for- jI I I I host at a stag dinner which he gave The attorneys on both sides are

chant success.Mr. hunt next week. erly head of the Atlantic Coast Line 'In compliment to Mr. George H. Ford. as able as any bar in Florida can furnish The
tranaportatiqn ofletate of all!I
Jack Randall has a -hog killing" Our farmers are very busy preparing removes from the stage of life : who leaves soon for Sylacaugua.;' and every step in tbe ease was the important aovthem
m railways hd.ttheir \
time at his home last week. Several to plant oats. a. leading and prominent figure in the ; bama. Mr.' Woodrow's other guests stubbornly prosecuted and as stub annual
meetin* to Tampa th-;
of his friends were invited and they railroad worl.1.Ir.. Erwin was recognized were the vestrymen of Grace Episcopal bornly resisted. week. The
session were held at IN-
report a jolly as well 'as a busy time. 1 I he Price of Popularity. as one of the ablest administrators ;! church ef which :Mr. Ford is a The arguments began about nine Tampa Bar Hotel and wcvewrgely .

Frank Long went over to Sait of railroad properties in the t member and Rev. G. Hendree Harrison o'clockIn thv morning and the case tended. From u
vice preetfeitt M
Springs ye>terdaj\ Said one veteran publisher the other country and his rise to the presideney j the popular rector of Grace was out given to the jury until four general down were there
to discus
I Miss I Use Holly visited fric-lid.here. dy. "We used to think we had of the great Atlantic Coast. Line ;' church. o'clock in the afternoon.At freight
I rate. *n4 'otber m,..... ton.
I last week, startled the world when we managedto system was ma.e on merit alone. It An elegant menu was beautifully 9 o'clock Friday night the jury nected with the great miro,.

S Mr. Pat Randall is hafort)' sell OOOO copies of the "Mulligan is to be hoped that his sucessor in the served at, six o'clock. The table '\was had not agreed upon a verdict and Among. the prominent otBelala

T acres of land on the banks of the Ock- Guards; and :! ,OOO of such national same position will do a.* much for the i,. prettily decorated and the gentlemendid they were permitted retire to their Mr. WUtfmni. vice preemtwere ,,
lawaha below Connor cleared." lIe Intends favorites as "Sweet Violets" and "Pull great property which ne so ably nan- j ample justice to the splendid sup- hotel for the night the Central pntident f
of Georgia
H.
*
; Emerson
planting an orange grove on thisground. Down the Blinds," or "Shoo Fly? died, and for the country through j per. The hours after supper were
general
";\ot very long after the appearance which it passed.-Tampa Daily Globe. spent in a very. pleasant manner the Judge as You Would Be Judged.Mr. traffic manager of the A.
C. L.
\ ; R, A. Brand, freight
Ed :Moorman of this place. was of the '"Stars and Stripes Forever only regret being that Mr. Ford was Lamar of Florida bears an traffic manager

_ married last Sunday to Miss Hattie Sousa's publishers reported to According to the Sun (West Palm I SI) soon to leave the e.ity. honorable and distinguished name, general of the A. C. L.; j. W. Perrin,

Walters of Montague. him a sale of 626.973 copies. and in Beach) the Ocala Banner twits Claude but he is no credit to it. He seems to and. many freight others.agent ef tile. A. C. L.

Some one is getting liberal out east an incredibly short space of time. I L'Engle, of the Jacksonville Sun. with The Homeseeker, an attractive pub- be a tool of Hearst and that is ai *

of here. "King Cotton' touched 297,928! copies giving vent to lamentations that I lication printed at :Miami. during the harsh a thing as can be said of -
any Walpole Now
Wears
Wonder really are they giving away sold and 'Liberty Bell' 268,323.:! Add to would dwarf old. Jeremiah into insignificance I tourist season has "made its appear man.-Nashville American. a. M nacle.
-
__ hats! those the sales of "Manhattan Beach' and make him look like i ance. Its mission is to attract immi- It is harsh to presume that
a
: man Editor Frank
A.
Our correspondent to the. Star says 'El Capitan' march oJ and other Sousa I thirty: cents. *lf Editor Harris was unfortunate gration to the state If it fails in doIng Is the tool of another simply becausebe Manatee County Record Walpole of the

_ 90' at any rate. favorites and you will realize why the enough. to buck up againsta so, it is no fault in the mannerin coincides .with another's idea. A Saturday the city who pent

publishers of twenty and more years thing in Ocala like unto the one L'- which theitems, contains are presented man needs be commended for having the first and was one of

1 The Tampa Daily Globe, says thatfampa ago rub their eyes; and gasp when Engle tackled in Jacksonville. he I .. They are seductively writ- the courage of his convictions and office to see men outside of the Globe

_!* has not had a, single fire. they note the voracious musical appetite ,I would look like the antiquated three- ten and beautifully illustrated. The that man is harshest who prejudges morning returned thebaby"to on Sunday

- Same (a true of Ocala. The weather of- our present public."-St cent piece with a hole in It.-Tampa man who reads them wants to imme- from a malicious standpoint-St/ Augustine Manatee yesterday -
afternoon.
Record. I Daily Globe. I diately start for the East Coast. Meteor. He. carried his "mon
indeed, has been too warm for fires. Augustine ode" with'
.. i bim.-Tanipa
'" \ Daily Globe.
,. ,-:" ..
." '
.
'
.
''' .'. : : .' ,. -:' : ; '. .
;,'"t .. ... t. : < : ; '<-:;;;. = k. .' : ", ,

., ,
\


_ "
: ., \

L .. 4 -.

.. .
..- "'



? V !B"- jc js Bgy"aae I ws?? "" s' jwtsS fSlPs :i*: fa Sf
T rjJ TM.

F w. + -.gj- -
pc t- T- ii

"!


-
f



;'. THE OOALA: BANNTI.The .




-
--


paper "Of the Peor>le[ tor the People and by the People. \ -' :

"

VOL.40 KO.32. OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 19 190G.' ,
OXE DOLLAR A YEAR

-- .

if. SARA ELIZABETH- HARRIS. a'' NEW YEAR'S DAY IN RUSSIA. I SPECIAL: TRIP TO NASSAU.Mr. a s a a I CONDENSEDSTATEMENT

Local. Editor. ROYAL MARRIAGE ..' MILEAGE OF MILITARY Of the Condition of the

AT MADRID Czar's Part of the National Program and Mrs. Sistrunk Entertain in a OFFICERS CUT OFF. COMMERCIAL BANK -

_____ *
Omitted on Account the Dis -Novel and Attractive Manner. Jacksonville, Fla,
lIAP flfHt.US ABOUT TOWN. Special. a .
turbed Conditions. Special. At the Close of business Jan. 0, 1908.
; Madrid, Jan. 12.-Infanta Marie : Washington, D. C. Jan.12.-The RESOURCES.
.
Teresa the youngest sister 'I Special to the Ocala Banner. One of the most novel and elabor- army is in a bad way on account Loans, Discounts and Mortgages -

Favorite Fertilizer for all crop and of.King Alfonso, and Prince St. Petersburg, Jan.w 13.-In accar- ate parties that has probably ever of lack of mileage. De- ......... .........$662,690.93

all fertilizer material for sale by Lang, Ferdinand of Bavaria were mara been given in Ocala, was the one at spite the attempt at economy Overdrafts ... .... ......... 1,467.01
calandar usedin
x" dance with the Julian
Swart & Co. *
which Mr. and Mrs. Simeon T. Sis- in the travel of officers and the Bonds and Stocks....... ... 35,836.58
tied here today with an elaborate Russia and by he Greek church *
lIon. W. A. Fulton returned to .. trunk entertained a few of their strict rules which were laid Real Estate ............... 1U67.5T
ceremony and in the prosa In is New Year's Day down to limit such travel *
general today to Furniture and Fixtures
Brooksville yesterday afternoon after friends on Friday evening.The ; .... ,9.58L82Due
spending a few days in Ocala ence of the entire court and rep- and it is celebrated as such trough- library of their home had been to cases of-necessity there has from Banks ._..... ".. 109803.61

resentatives of all the other out the country with the customary converted into a railroad station and been more travel by individual .* Cash ca hand ...... .. ... .. 74&i7.S3 .
European courts. The officers under orders entitling *
Dr. D. M Smith is having some extensive ceremony ceremonies. The annual state cere- around the walls were posted the usual
and splendid improvementsmade was very imposing and brilliant signs to be seen in railway of them to mileage than ever be- Total, ..u'"... ... .$M 5,334.84
A procession was forma money in which tin Czar being the fore. *
on his home on South Second fices. Wooden benches, a news stand LIABILITIES. '
ed at th royal castle and moved head of the Greek church took the The expenditures are destined Capital stock "
street. and other accessors were there and a ..... .... .Jl OOd.W
to the where the wedding to exceed those of '
cathedral the
principal part, was omitted this year very motley crowd of passengers were, Surplus and undivided,pro-

Miss Bessie Porter has returned ceremony was performed owing to the disturbances existing in present, waiting for the special, ad- i' year when there were large ara fits. .. ... ..:._.:..-......... MJ02.24:

home from Tampa, where she spent by the archibishop in the presence the empire. There was only the usual vertised to leave at eight o'clock for my and militia maneuvers in Deposits .. .n,:... ,,.?....,.. 7|\&82.50

ten days most delightfully with Mrs of the entire court and the assau. Morris Smith made a most in the east and west This' Rediscount ..........?..... 1000.00
diplomatic representatives of the official reception of the membersof year there have been no ma-: *
Bryan W. Blount, formerly of Ocala. admirable ticket agent and certainlyhad
various European courts After the state council, the army and his hands full looking after the noeuvers and economy was expected Total. .. ....... .. ... ,.$&Qf.38tSt

The famous Buster: Brown Blue solemn church ceremonies the navy the :principal state departmentsand crowd and supplying them with railroad *- by the authorities. There JL ROBINSON, .President.H. .
drove back to the castle is in deficien-
couple already sight
a GAILLARD
Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at the diplomatic corps. Extraor- tickets. The train was several Cashier.Mr.
drove back to the castle in
the Fair Store. x young dinary precautions were taken to prevent hours late and the station during the I cy sght.mfmfwy mfwy fwy
and was enthusiastically cy of 5100,000. Some idea In Felthan/ in Hard Luck.
time of bus-
any attempt upon the life of the waiting was a scene great t
Mrs. C. Levy, of Nebraska, will cheered by the many thousands Czar. tle, activity and hilarity. The pas- the demands in this respect may *

spend the winter In Ocala with her : who lined the streets .on The popular celebration on the sengers spent the time chewing gum be obtained b'y the fact that on Mr. George Felthan, who has for

daughter, Mrs. Jake Brown. both sides. The municipality Newa was extremely tame this year eating peanuts stick candy and fruits January 1, the chief :paymaster the past few months been in the employ s

of :Madrid had made extensive and the observance of the day was almost and making the acquaintance of their of the department of the East of :Messrs. :McIver & Mackay, had

Mr. Knight! of Valdosta, Ga., is in preparations for the event and totally confined to religious fellow travelers. Among the passen- I' at Governor's Island received the misfortune several days ago to _

the city and is the guest of his son, the city, particularly the streets services in the various churches and gers were a bride and groom (Mr. ,! $4,000 to meet bills presented lose all his household goods by fire at

Messrs. L. J. and William Knight was gorgeously decorated. The family celebrations. Reports from and Mrs. Helvenston) who were in the month. He reported that Thomasville Ga. He had only $3$G

to day was generally observed asa the had been out insurance on his effects
other large cities indicate that every- showered with rice when they came money paid having drop-
Brown Blue a feast day and there were pub- and all bills will ped the balance
The famous Buster where the celebration of the day was on board, four small girls who wore remaining have only a few days before

Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at arranged by the municipality quiet and more of -religious than their hair braided and tied with big to await the allotment of additional the fire as he Intended to move

the Fair Store. x S s a a a s a t a a a public and popular nature. bows and wore short dreses. They funds. a his family to Ocala the latter part of

a s a 'a a s a a a this
a s month. Now that he has
been
were Mrs. Sistrunk, Miss Sara Harris
Misses Jessie Ellis and Ada Banks, ( burned out his family will arrive here
Wants Congregations Protected The Fight of Desperation. and Misses Mattie and Carrie Wil-
of Gainesville are in the city and are some time during the coming week.
liams :Mrs. with her
Against Certain Kinds of ; Hocker pet dog, Cured Lumbago.A. .

the guests of the former's. sister, Mrs. Preachers.Rev. The Live Oak Democrat says, "there Mrs. Mclver wearing a travelling: suit B. Canraan Chicago. writes

C. A\\ Marks at the Arms House. seems to be some sort of mysterious and a very gorgtous hat, Miss Annie March 4, 1903. "Having been troubled The Ocala Banner will reach Its for-
with lumbago, at different times
Alex Dealer, of Thomasville, in 'federal question' Involved, in the Sharpe, as a typical old maid, Mrs. C. and tried one physician after another tieth anniversary during the present
Miss Ella Tydings, Missionary to Buckman law"A then! different ointments and liniments year. It Is the oldest business enterprise -
a letter to the Atlanta Journal, givesa C. Carroll as the baby with her hair
Mexico, recently delivered a very interesting gave it up altogether. So I tried once. in Ocala. There
are only t.vo
list of things that a long suffering "mysterious" thing about it Is, in curls, a baby dress and cap, were more and got a bottle of Ballard's

address: at the Methodist public ought to be protected againstand that the constitution of the United some of the travellers. Others were Snow Liniment, which gave me almost business enterprises in the whole of

,. church at Fort Meade.It mentions among other things the States in article 1, section 10, prohibitsany Misses Gertrude P toeda Eloyse Izlar instant relief. I can cheerfully rec- Bradford .county that date their establishment -
ommend it and will
add.my name to
following: state from passing any law Im- Ethel Robinson Byrd Wartman, Edith your list of sufferers." back as far as the Telegraph

behoves you to use the best fertil- have paring the obligation of contracts. Sold by all druggists. m does. The paper Is forging
Favorite Fertil- I think we ought to protection Piatt, Hattie Dye Esther Weathers,

izers izers are on your honestly crops.made and will give from the preacher who .has a sepur- And "mysteriously" the Florida: Ag- Messrs. D. E. Mclver, L W. Duval, S. The I along toward the completion of Its

the best results. Lang Swarts & Co., chral voice one that he found lying ricultural Institute was established by T. Sistrunk, C. L. Sistrunk O. B. famous Buster Brown Blue 27th year. It has been under Its present
agents for Ocala. x Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at
management half of
around in soma graveyard. It is one law and certain persons were empow- Howse, E. T. Helvenston, Rev. C. C. Its life.-
the Fair Store. x Starke
Mrs. Bevinger and daughter, of of these deep, dark, cavernous voices ered by law to contract for its lo- Carroll and Capt. A. Mclntosh. Telegraph. .

Dayton. Ohio, are the guests of the that makes you shiver when you hearit cation. Misses Annie Atkinson and Sue An- ,

former's sister Mrs. Shuey as are also and you wonder why the preacher And "mysteriously" Lake City of- derson. made very pretty maids and

,. Mrs. Wells and daughter of Xenia. does not wall his eyes like a dying fered to give one hundred acres of Brantly Weathers proved himself an DAVID S WOODROW

Ohio. calf when he uses it on a long suffering land and $15,000 in money for the institute 'excellent conductor. .

public. When I was a boy I usedto to be permanently located in The tables were arranged as tracks
REAL ESTATE-
Mrs. ,Yo A. Collier and little son hear one of these preachers some- her borders. and at each one a different game was

". A. Collier, jr., came Friday afternoon times and I understood why people And "mysteriously" the offer was played and as the winners moved for- Room 12 Postoffice Block
Ocala Fla.ZErlUTT
,
from Tuscaloosa. Alabama, to spoke of the voiceless tomb. I just accepted and a contract made and entered ward their tickets were punched by ,. .

spend several weeks with Mrs. Col knew he had robbed the tomb and it into with Lake City accordinglywhich the conductor. When the train arrived PROPERTY OH PUBLIC SQUARE -

lier's mother, Mrs. E. V. Hood. seemed: to me that he ought to sing, contract was good and valid at Ocala a twenty minutes stop for

"Hark from the tombs a doleful when made and has been recognizedby dinner was given. The passengers
The two story brick house on this :
property must be removed and it
Miss Ella Fisher, a very attractive sound. When he died he bequeathed the state ever since. rushed pell men into the railroad restaurant -
will be sold cheap as it stands. lot with
The corner 35 feet
young lady from Pennsylvania, is his voice to some other preachers and And "mysteriously" the supreme where they grabbed sand- frontage on
I the public is. still unsold.
square
the guest of Mrs. E. C. Welsh, at her they are still 'using them. I don't court of the United States has decided wiches and drinks and made away

attractive"litle home at Cornell, eight want to see them shot, because preachers that "if a contract when made is with th.em in a most rapid and truly ZEBUTT
ON
PROPERTY MAGNOLIA ST. and NORTH FIRST ST
miles south of Ocala. are too 'scarce, but I would liketo I by the laws of the state its validity railroad manner. '

see the laws amended so that they I and obligation cannot be impaired by The journey was then resumed and The North west corner lot :!29 feet facing :Magnolia street and 84 feet

'An agreeable movement of the bowels can be trapped at any season wheyare any subsequent act of the legislatureof continued for some time longer and on North First street facing the Go vernment Public Building site Is still '

produced without Chamberlain's any unpleasant effect Stomach1 is found and given into the the state, or decision of its courts." was one of the most enjoyable trips unsold, also the lot immediately sou th of it :28 feet by 84 feet

and Liver Tablets. For sal<* by all keeping of a man who can talk in sucha Thus, this "mysterious" federal that can be Imagined.

druggists.Rev. m way that he is 'understood and will question is here unfolded. The grand finale of this unique par- OCKL0WAHA AVENUEThe

not give the cold shivers to those who And it follows, that ',f the questionof try was a very delicious supper, which
C. M. Gray, of St. Petersburg,
hear him. This man might, like the constitutionality of the Buck- was served in the dining room. The lot known as the Philbric k lot on the south side of this avenue

passed through Ocala Friday after- Aiiuilla and Priscilla, teach the man law is carried to the supreme serving table was beautifully decorated between the residence of Mrs. Austi n and Mr. T. B. Snyder Is for sale.
Texas, where
to Dallas,
noon en route screamer and the graveyard speakerthe court of the United States that body the colors used being pink and This is a large lot having 140 feet fr ontage and being 244 feet deep and Is "\
he was called to see his son, Mr. Quin-
way of the talker more perfectly. being free from entangling political white. In the center was a handsomecut well above the level of the street
tard Gray, who is'ery ill with typhoid -
alliances in Florida, will not stultify glass and silver candlebra and at "

fever Then there ought to be some pro itself by reversing its former decisions the four corners of the table were "WOODMflR. LflKE WEIR.
I
tection for the public against the upon like questions. crystal candel sticks, the candles allbeing
Mr. C. W. Chase, of Gainesville, is I have a small furnished cottage for rent at this beautiful resort
screaming preacher. He takes his But it matters not whether the case shaded in pink. Two cut glass
fine !
making preparations to erect a Terms on application.
text and gives you his introduction in is carried up or not. The people will vases if pink and white carnations
is
residence in that city. Mr. Chase a
prominent phosphate operator and 4s an audible voice and then proceeds to give a decision upon it "before" many completed the table decorations. Mrs. SUGaR HaMMOCK PLANTATION( Of 500 ACRES AT MARTIN.is .

lay down his firstly. By the time you moons shall wax and wane; what Carroll sat at the table and poured the
well known here.
begin to get interested in his sermonhe they will do to the Buckman law will coffee and tea and the two pretty rail- for rent for this year. This roperty Is suitable for pasture or will

Col. W. S. West, of Valdosta, Ga., warms up and begins to scream. lIe be "a plenty," and from their action road maids served the supper. During subdivide to suit tenants.

prominent starts a sentence in a conversationaltone there can be no appeal.-Jasper News. the supper it was discovered thatit .
one of that state's most
Friday. Col. begins to talk more rapidly, and The East Florida Seminary was located was in honor of the birthday of the
citizens was in Ocala
..
v- ...
West has been looking after his extensive before you know it he carries you at Ocala and afterwards remov- host that this delightful evening had

milling interests in :Marion and with him as he goes on fiery words ed to Gainesville and the legislatureand been planned by Mrs. Sistrunk. He H. ROBINSON, Pres. J, C. BOOZER. A*>t. MC.J. &

Citrus counties for several days. like a sky rocket cleaving the Christ- the courts refused all appeals to was showered with good wishes and S. H, BUTCH. )hr. BI ITCE. Teller. .-.

I mas skies, and then he breaks out into have it returned to Ocala and the voters was presented a stick of candy for

I :Mr. W. W. Hicks of Stubenville, 0., fiery green, red and blue balls of elo- were indifferent on the subject so each of his birthdays, but, then, we .

was; In Ocala Saturday. He was on quence at the end of his flight. And we opine that history will repeat itself wont tell on him. Mr." Helvenston

where he will visit as if he has exhausted himself, he begins when the Buckman bill Is mad a political and Hrs. Hocker received the prizes
his way to Lynne,
Postmaster Hicksf to talk so low that you think he issue or is carried to the higher for winning the greatest number of
his brother. COMMERCIAL BANK 1i
I that place.The was going to soliloquizing. Such a courts. games. ,

b sudden change makes you feel that Mr. and Mrs. Sistrunk were warm-

:. Ocala House has been complete.ly he has left you hanging up in the air The Starke Telegraph.That ly congratulated upon the splendid OCALA, f fL0.

to down the best can. of their
wired and now every room is light get way-you success party.
Soon you lose the connection of the was a handsome compliment
The register
ed with electric lamps.
a'good list of arrivals and the sermon and catch no more until another paid the Telegraph recently by the Spoiled Her Beauty.
shows Harriet Howard of 209 W. 34th St
Gainesville Sun, and reproduced on ,
reached.
season promises to be the best in its sky rocket periOis New York, at one time had her beauty
history. our .front page last week. We notice !spoiled with skin trouble. She writes: Avoid of Robbeni. Fire and the JVecessit" of

End of the Crosby Damage Suit.. that the Ocala Banner did the Telegraph "I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for
years, but nothing would cure it, until Bookkeeping Ijy intrusting your business to us.INTEREST.
the honor to reproduce the
I 4 Rector Q. II. Harrison, .: of Grace par I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve." A
r4 church rertuned home Saturday When the circuit court opened on agraph approvingly. When two of the quick and sure healer for cuts, burns
Episcapal and sores. 25c at Tidings: & Co., drug
where Saturday morning at eight-thirty o' state's ablest and most successful editors -
. afternon from Atlanta, store. m
the funeral of his clock the jury, which had been out find cause to speak so kindly of ON
! he went to atend tTIME DSPOSiTS
Harrison's mother since four o'clock Friday afternoon, the Telegraph the publisher begins to The Shaw Thompson Case. SAFETY DEPOSITS
J._ grandmother. Mrs. 1
accompanied him home and will be his returned a' verdict for the plaintiffin feel that he is approaching a realization -

. guest for several weeks at the rec- the sum of 5000. of his desire to give Starke and Shaw Thompson, who last week was

.. The attorneys for the defense have Bradflrd county the very best paperin convicted of manslaughter in the circuit -
.
, <.x tory. given notice that they will apply fora the field.-Starke Telegraph.The court, was sentenced Saturday by LANDS. ;a

office enjoyed a new trial and if this is denied them, Telegraph is one of the brag Judge Bullock to pay a fine of $3,000
'. The Ocala Banner
..: very pleasant call Friday, from Miss they will appeal the case to the supreme papers of Florida-editorially and typographically and the costs of the court, or to servea

!r Alice Bruton of this city, and her sls- court. The friends of Mr. Crosby It fills the bill of excellence term of five years in the state con- If you '..elands: you wish to sell, lease or rent;

Hotsonvllle are congratulating him on his verdict I and when its able and brilliant vict camps at hard labor. lands for
ter-ln-law Mrs. Alberty of or* if you want to buy farming, grazing,
fTi oK in Ocala editor speaks of the Ocala Ban- This case came to Marion from Citrus
,. Ind. Mrs Albert is turpentining or lumber purposes,
; Burton ner as he does it .makes his face tin. county on a change of venue and was r
'
0 for a short visit with Miss Write to
Wallace. A writer in Printer's Ink, who has gle with blushes. tried here twice and in Citrus once.
\1" and her mother. Mrs. Nancy
: made a study of the subject says thata The prisoner's counsel have madea

The famous Buster Brown Blue rural newspaper circulation is more I The famous Buster Brown Blue motion for a new trial and if it is BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.

and girls at valuable to the average advertiserthan : Ribbon Shoesfor, boys and girls at denied them they will appeal the case
Ribbon Shoes for boys I
the Fair Store. x a t purely city. circulation. the Fair Store. x I to the. supreme ,court. OCALA, FLORIDA. ,
.
..... A -.'..;. ::
.
,
.'. \ _' -5 ; : .;: .q "R '- .:., : ;'
.
#
-
I



LL K

-: .. .: .
ri" ."
.''' ," "-s" <'
': dy.' ,"ffr '_ .
<- .' "' .%<: "';, ." ." x t.
-
= -

cad.; :-< '; t........ ....... ...



__________ ____. .. ., k
,- Hf *-%- **
'. : -
.. ._P ';., ,;
; '4

: PACC._FOUR. ___THE OCALA_BANNER. FRIDA;_JANUARY 19, 1906! ) _. -.
-

ff: THE OCALA BANNER ... I -11 Hot Under the Collar FLORIDA FOR 1905.

'SED }lily LIFE'That's 1

: T -FRANK HARRIS, Editor. I.1 JUSTICE FOR THE JEW. : I, Tell us not in mournful numbers Without any resolution' but keepingup .

I 1! .. I says the Live Oak Daily Democrat with the march of jmprovemnets i
P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. I I

I I.I This paper recently printed an extract from the speech of Congressman I I II that.graft has the nation by the. throat: already begun Florida'will do better Inthe what a prominent

coming year of 1906 than ei-er before said of Scott'sEmulsion
; Sulzer, of New York, eulogizing the Jew. and there is no prospect of release. druggist
il and march along close to the
The moral
of the time
sense
: Mr. Sulzer! saidand_ we agree with him, that the Jew. has done ''I is aroused and the American grafters people are- front in the way of advancement in a short

his full share for his' fellow/ man, for enlightenment, for liberty,' for 1 1'I being torn loose from their pray at a i the year that is now at hand. ago. As a rule we don'tuse

''I freedom, for.progress and for civilization, all of which he has done rate which Indicates that old-fashion- I Many delusions have been removed or refer to testimonialsin

i under extremely adverse circumstances. Civilization owes much to I I'I ed honesty is about to come inta its I, in the past year regarding our beau- the public.
tiful state, and those who have come addressing
:
,
i
own again. Look at what they have
the Jew and Christianity owes him more.
I here and for themselves are sat- remark and
!'I done and are doing for those. Insur- seen but the above
Destroy, says Congressman Sulzer, what'Israel has done for the I been
isfied that the half has never
ance grafters in New
:! York. See what are
I';', human race, and you leave a void that cannot be filled-a chasm which ;.,'" happened to old Senator Mitchel of told, or if it has; the story has been similar expressions

cannot be bridged. .i iI Oregon. Contemplate the shame and garbled.. as Florida is the place where made so often in connection -

,I I We look back upon the religious persecutions of the past with disgrace that has overtaken Senator not only the afflicted may come to with Scott's Emulsionhat
II: regain their but where the
Motto: Tho Banner, believing! those horror; yet persecutions just as cruel are still being inflicted upon the I Burton of Kansas. An deven old man health worthy ot

: ..t the top well able to take care of ", Rockefeller himself has been madeto hustler for business, may come to acqUire they are
Jewish race simply because of his religion notwithstanding his contribution :
: themselves, has taken its stand in the writhe under the sting of public wealth, says the Gainesville 'ccasional; note. From :
to the world, eloquently depicted by Sulzer. i .
barricades with the common people so Congressman sentiment and to seek Sun.

and its fight will be made for the betterment ; The Jew only asks for justice and this he is entitled to receive. by indirectly making restitution to propitiate in the it: People who have come here from the ; ni.l11CV to old age Scott s

of those. at the bottom. : ; A copy of the American Israelite printed at Cincinnati, Ohio, isj I. shape of great charitable and philan- North expecting to Jind prices exorbi- '.muiaion offers a reliable

; I I : before us, and speakjng of the juctice that is denied the Jew, one of : thropic gifts. The indications are all tant in the line of household necessities '.1.::t115- of rercalying:::: iin.oper .
FRIDAY JANUARY 19, 1906. I good that both in : have soon discovered that they
public and
; its contributors, Mr. Jacob Voorsanger, says: I Ii life the reaction is setting in and private the: can live as cheaply as in the old settled : .: and weak. develop

319 vessels entered the port of_Pen- i : "We, the Jews, reed a Christianity rampant at the outrages com ;1 country is swinging back to the old sections of that .portion of the u-nt, restoring lost flesa: *

; sacola during 1905. I : mitted in its name. We need a Christianity powerful enough to put standard of honesty, morality and de- country. In the line of fuel there is a i
II big and the who owns his 1 :vl vitality and repairing
..1 : saving, .man
I under the ban any people that is so flagrantly untrue to its teachings. cency.
j- A Punta Gorda citizen has ripe wat- I The own home here is as wel lot as thosein : The action Mcoott's 1
Buckman
er melons in hIs field. : i : The Church of England, coquetting with the Church of Russia, because : Law was enacted too \vaste.
the North and Is not frozen nearly
:1 late.
: : the latter, too, is anti.Roman, will not have the courage to break off The days of graft and legal *oppression to death six months in the year. Emulsion is n.

: Tampa's output of cigars in 1903; I It relations with a recreant hierarchy, though my Lord_of Canterbury )'II Robbery are by numbered.law wil no longer be- And in regard to building a home, :more of a secret than th
22b.COO.00.Jacksonville's
to .
: amounted has really written to the Metropolitan of St. Petersburg and has so tolerated. the opportunties are equal here to any composition of the Emulsion I

section. You build the install-
dog killer has 1/i politely informed the chief Rabi. From Rome not a wcrd has come The taxation of the masses for the can on it doc-
1,000 itself. What :
benefit : ment plan with interest as low as in
: dead dogsto his credit. I in denunciation of such un-Christian conduct, and the classes of Germany I of the classes wil not longerbe
permitted. the most favored section of the coun- s.t; docs through nourish-
i i antiSemitie to the very last, have not opened their mouths : try. 1 ,
Pensacola- merchants shipped over Taxation without representation is nent the kind of nourishment -
r jt From the political governments of the Christian world not one word 1 a thing of the past in Florida. Every city in Florida is growing, : -
feet
25,000.000 of lumber the past
I month. has come. The refinement of diplomacy forbids the word. Every coun- Ten thousand supreme courts maydeclare new enterprises are springing up and that cannot be cLtained [ -
,
-- try may slaughter! Jews to suit itself; that is the courteous rule of ,I the Buckman Law constitutional we have enough products "of the soil in ordinary food

: On the 16th Inst. Bartow's new M. E. I non-interference in the internal affairs of other' nations. President i iIt' but it doesn't alter the factsin now to feed have.twice Florida as many for 1906 people promises as we No system is too weak or

'church vrlll be dedicated the case-and one of the facts Is
-- Masons. by Bartow I.It' Roosevelt, Russia's great and good friend, finds it impossible to even ,: that it is robbery and oppression of: well-Pal lltka Herald. I lelicate to retain Scott a

lodge a behalf of the American nation. When the Turks
on
II protest I; the for
poor the benefit of the rich. Governor Vardeman's Emulsion and gather good

: Governor Broward has appointed ill h murder the Armenians we hear of national protests, armed :interyen- II IIll Tho ballot bor is the supreme DOWer estimate of
the negro, as givn in his moesaga to from
Harry II. Floyd tax collector for St. ll;.i: tion and international congresses. When the Russian murders the in this land. To it supreme courts itt
Ii the Mississippi legislature, is grossly
Johns ounty. must bow, by it. political jugglers are We wffl tcad you ABerur
;; Jew the Christian world sympathizes and contributes money to relieve overdrawn in the
: of
matter the black -
"I(
I Iii
fu.
squelched and tricksters occupying .1.-k'
ii: the survivors; the Christian pulpit thunders, the Christian forumfulminates h man's criminal tendencies and prac- '
: In Florida it is like it, is every-I I : high positions of trust are relegated"to I *'httfu>pctu* in t'I -.
1'1> but the thousand ships of England da not change their ;: the shades of oblivion. tices. The governor is biased on format UMo_At.,***:
wherethere is more in the man than '. .
of tftrf b.MIa" a.jihto. v1
: In the land. !I'l! I course, the battleships of America pursue their placid avocations,' I I'' The, best laugher in the world is I dafty.-Tampa the subject to a Times.degree that seems b."T.

::" Kaiser William's soldiers do not leave their camps, and the Austrian the maa who has the last turn at it. SCOTT &: BOWNE

Some 12 miles of the B. C. & St. The peoples' turn will come in due ;
I II 'armies remain asleep, while France, afraid of losing its loaned money, Colonel J. IL Estill t'h old and hon Chemists
:- A. Railway south of Chipley. is ready ., III time-Jasper: News. I
i continues the unholy alliance of the republic with the autocracy. So I: : ored editor of the Savannah Morning 409 Pail St N. Y.
for the rails.' so reports state. ;
_____ x I much for the difference between the Armenian and the Jew, the Macedonian I! Negro'vs. Ration Labor. News, states that he will announce for ::4
,
governor of Georgia on January 15. 5Oc. W SJ; 11 druglst.a .
; The heavy rains have injured grow :I and;;! the Jew, anybody and the Jew. The Jew is nobody's I'I'I %

ing vegetable crops in Cuba and along ;! oz, and when he is gored the rushing blood reaches nobody's nostrils Iii Hon. Alfred Holt Stone, of )Ii -s- cotain He says that his announcement lines. will
i only twenty-five This at .
the East Coast. I issippi. recently read a paper before s s *. S S S C C SeS

to expand them with anger and madden them with rage." I I'I the American Economic Association of, least will be a pleasant relief to the DEPEW DEEP IN MILLIONS. .

: Tom Lawson gays that he prefersto ''I Mr. Voosanger argues that this condition of things will last as long Baltimore entitled the "Xegro and 'voters of Georgia who have been surfeited .. C

be a mystery; The governor of II i as the Jew i is without temporal power. He must organize a temporal 1 Italion Labor for the South," and in with clap trap utterances. Wall street sew! much of Senator .

:- Florida thought he was the real thing. ;!ji 1 power and make the nations of the, world respect his rights by armed I: the course of his address cited the 4 Depew. The mystery of how

;l ij! force and resistance. i Sunny Side plantation in the state of "Everybody works, but, father' is S he can find time in which to attend -

On New Year's day. President Arkansas, part of which has been having its-effect: A Missouri woman the seectoos of congrrentf. -
;iI;I We wish Mr. Voorsamger Godspeed in the project he has on foot has had her husband arrested and
: Roosevelt shook the hand of 9,037; people "I operated by negro labor and part by I lie is a director and officer oft .

;: and favor anything, any method or measure. having for their object ,: Italion labor. fined a hundred dollars on account ,of no less than seventy-thr cor- .
.j
: il justice for the Jews. J Mr. Stone says: '"When the present his "cussed laziness." She says her S porations. SS

-I Levy county has contracted her II The wholesale! slaughter of the Jews in Russia is a crime on our I Ii operators of the plantation took husband is good to her, but he justwon't I Among other enterprise, DeS .

; County convicts at $20.20 each per i i! e'x hold in 1898 they merely accepted such work. \Vonder who paid that pew is included in the director- .
civilization and our religion and should not longer be permitted I fine.-:Milton Index.
month. II I ist. labor as they found on hand, 38 fam- I S ates of 46 railroad companies, g .

I I i ilies Italians with 200 working hands S banks trust and security companies .

Congressman Clark has introduced I J Mr. Sulzer is to be congratulated for the stand he has taken in our I and 203 negro families with 600 working A. gas company has been organizedin S 5 mining concerns, 3 .

: -. a bill in Congress providing for the I! congress and the resolution he offered looking to the stoppage of these II hands. The Italians were culti- St Petersburg to furnish the citizens S bridge building firms, the WeeS .

:- establishment of a Federal court-. in I I outrages should be passed without delay. I vating li'OO acres of cotton and the heating of that town gas for lighting and tern 'Union Telegraph Company .

Miami. negroes :2600:: acres. At the end of purposes. and a cemetery association. .

& -, -. -- ---4 1903; according to Mr. Stone, the Italians He has recently announced .

Sam Jones says when a pig squeals numbered lOT squads with 500 Hon. J. Walter Kehoe is announcedas his resignation from the quitable *
-
-' ----- -- Candidate
for
he's hurt the same as a dog howls working hands while the congress in the third Life
negroes Assurance Society direcS '
Mr. Strobhar's Novel Plea. What Judicious and Persistent Adver district against Mr. L -
amar.
when he Is hit. We are enjoying the ______ \ tising' Does. numbered only 3& squads: with 175 v torate. The eajiital of the 75 I

performance. News comes from Montreal that 3ir. working hands, and the acreage cultivated concerns he ia still serving aggregate *

/ by the Italians had increasedto *
*
James N. Strobhar has waived extra- many milHoM.
Wauchula is shipping the largest A wester nbrewing company had 3000, while that cultivated by the j S S S S S S S S S U S S 'I
: dition papers, that he will make no I SUFFERED AGONIES[
T amount of oranges of any season in just placed an order for 230,000,030beer : negroes had decreased to 900 acres. J
further resistance to the United States \
its history. More than 34.000 boxes bottle labels, says the Philadel- Moreover, the Italians were raising an
government officials and will at once Frank Clark $ W.! l\\
have already: boon shipped. phia Record. Its product is not sold average of 403 pounds of lint per acre *
I proceed Atlanta for trial. .
principally in the city where it is and of 23S4; pounds per hand, while mR FOUR YEARS
It is noised on the streets that. the By a tim
!-aonor 4 precedent
.
I: 11. Mote, of Leesbw g. has one of congressman "
made, but in every city and large"town the negroes were averaging! 233 pounds } J,
the Ilnet in the accused will put in a plea that the I Frank Oai( will have no
orange groves state.
1
in the United States where beeris per acre and 1174 pounds: per hand. j
; It is estimated that the crop will reach money he misappropriated and converted consumer, and in opposition before the priiqprj this J]
even
some foreign
10,- boxes' this year.I to his own use was "rebate countries. Despite the handicap of Still Not Satisfied. Whole Foot Nothhg But Proud Flesh swnmer for hi. oomhuUioo for a *, |1

money," that lie had been an official heavy transportation charges this f -Tried, Different Physicians and ond term In C lllrUA. H* could n t ]

W. P. Coachman for the company for so long a time r be defeated twtore the if 1 l., 1
has retired as "' brewery competes 'sucessfully with The supreme court has decided that All Kinds of Ointments-Could people 1

president of the Florida. Bank and and had too much consideration and other the Buckman educational law is should have op1 t1on. He Is espe !
breweries a thousand miles distant constitutional I Walk Only With Crutches-Ohio ;
r love for it to become a party to a ially strong the ,'
Trust Company of Jacksonville among mu.es of the
in their own market simply because and it is a law of the Man
company to do an unlawful act. He Says I"CUTICURA pe )ple. and white bbs
has been succeeded InIt term
by C. E.
Capt. it advertises extensively. state. The Lake City people took the erv. ]
puts his conduct upon the same only recently be !
rurner.Fighting nn. hie to
Through newspaper publicity its name matter before this court with the hope proving* a
grounds as if, for instance he were 1 I REMEDIES most valuable and MUclrat.servant ..f j
has been made familiar to millions of of having it judicially pronounced un- '
: Bob Evans. We standing: by and saw a murder aboutto the peeps in
thisitem the
see people who never heard the names of constitutional, thereby holding on to THE BEST ON EARTH11"In halls of con>> CJ't'Ha,- ]
so frequently in the be committed and did not prevent Voltwia County
Record.
newspapers.
other brands:; of beer brewed withina the State University herself. The institution !
: Why are everybody and everything, it if it were in his power, to do I S 1
mile or so of their homes. No is going to Gainesville and it the 1899 the side -
year
of
the so, he would be a party to the crime I my ThoWlanda of
included always ; FtoridJM
newspapers fight brewer who doesn't advertise would is going to be a heavy tax upon the right foot was cut pff from the little Jwr .n.d :

'. ing Bob Evans so in paying over rebate money, whenit think of ordering labels by the quar- people of every county in the state. toe down to the heel, and the physician friends of Hon. R. Jwfck Tayi'.r.juatit'e \ j

was unlawful for him to do so, : DeLand -.J "-- who had charge of me of the auprame court. ami
ter billion. TIe;ord. 4:: .
SIne boilers have been put up at that he would become clearly an accessory __ was trying to sew up Hon. Win. IL EUto, Florida'. tabntattorneyg ,-,!
Yes, and it is a case Qf "taxation F the side of
.. polling's new mill at the Park, and after the fact; that his love my foot, wraj. aream. ,
Born 4 but n tlD.
Wrong; without represntation" to the major- with no success.
:
fourteen more are to be erected, When i for the old corporation completely I emulation the
:- ity. No poor man's child, nor the children When he found out,, ret Mnounc.-
the mill. is completed" will. have a I overpowered him and he fled with The DeL.nd News doesn't look with of the moderately well to do can 'ci that wouldn't work ment of the aHwoaealii* marriage ..t

: capacity of 150,000 feet per day.: -LUe the goods on his person rather than favor on Mr. Clark's "antiblind tiger" he began trying- to the latter with the MUiaJit itndchanning )
ever enter this university as students. ,; heal the
wound
Oak Democrat involve the road in with
a squabble with bills. The editor of that paper has It is an institution solely for the benefit all kinds of ointment dauglrtw of th. format,

the railroad commission and bring thA always claimed to be a consistent and pleasure of the rich. The poor \ ,Ufltllatlastmywhoie Miss Ena the ceremony to occur som
: Cardinal Gibbons, the head of the odium of public time
sentiment against it. ..:}) foot and inprtl
prohibitionist-has out Heroded Herod way et-t
have neither part nor lot in the mat- up Augu'4N! "
Catholic church in America, occupied Mr. Strobhar sho.ws that nicety of '--. ''l / above my calf was Record.
, in his devotion to the "dry" side- ter except to pay taxes for its main y,7' but
:. a seat on; the platform: of the L'utaw distinction and love of consideration nothing proud
Certainly no one expected him to set- tenance.-Jasper News. I flesh. I suffered
Street Methodist church in Baltimore thai is: sometimes pictured with untold Senator
vivid. good in any act of our congressman., agonies for four years, and tried MaIIortof PIortda 11.1
Wednesday night at a public-meeting colorings in heroic novels: but is different physicians and all kinds i flied the
rare- of ointments YIe.. of
% although Rev. W. J. Carpenter, in lastweeks Why Do It? eM .tority patl! >
in the Interest:: of prohibition.It ly illustrated, in real life. I I could walk only with crutches. in the v.jt
.
I Christian Advocate, endorsesthe The Pensacola Journal attributes"the It is sixteen months ago since I began ba .Pt1o* eo the I
i time bills and wants them passed. Bro. downfal of Depew to the vigorous using Cuticura Soap and Ointment for subtilely gUL 4'IIe I'ep8I't fOiwa ,!II, .
a good
just now to start
Banquet for
home life Lamar. Codrington just has to find fault fight made against him by WIl- my limb and foot. The first two iliar line to that ow* by the :4a// ,"
a insurance company and I months the Cuticura
Lake City Index. liam IL Hearst" The Journal is a Remedies did not senator awere Yac a., Ia which sul.-
-,: this Is what some of the business men The 3rd Congression/U District is seem to work,but I kept on Using them dietl ,
of Jacksonville have done. If it 'is represented Washington rabid "Hearstite" and may be expectedto both. In two weeks afterwards I saw a HO opcp as contrary to pu-,
by a man Hoke Smith and Clark Howell met claim for the ambitious New Yorker change in my limb. Then I began policy. .
; prudently, diligently and honestly eon- who has the courage to back his Cuticura using
convictions in joint debate the other day at Co everything in sight but this contentionis Soap and Ointment often dur-
ducted, it ought to succeed.J. of right ing the day K
and
or wrong. Gen. W. kept it thing
for te .
I lumbus. The Atlanta Journal says rather more far-fetched than plaus up seven wrta coatbaue t., Jo.j.1
i Ii B. Lamar lately on the floor of the months when mv limb U_*!( _ItI> 't>A ..... from bad
I that Hoke Smith simply tore Howell ible. Mr. Depew doubtless credits his just the same ash- I u to W0, will the ('X troubled
had
-' Hall Brumsey, recently appointed I House called down the self-appointed never change the
: ; into tatters. The crowd couldn't even "downfall" chiefly to the legislative "It is eight months now since I esdamatwa King RUh-
county solicitor in Volusia county leader of the democratic art!
and
minority
gather up the pieces- here was noth- insurance iD'e5tigatioSt. Augus- stopped using Cuticura Remedies, the crYf, Khltdoil for an Automobller -
and shortl yafterwards charged Hon. Sharp Williams best God's
on
earth.
whosharp" I
ing of him left. The Atlanta Constitution tine Record. am working 1.
with having given a check on a bank as he at the present day after
.. proposed to be in his treatmentof five .
says that Clark Howell tore the The Lawsonites claim that Tom of suffering. The years .. --
In which he had no funds has been a brother democrat found that he cost of Cuticura The Town ,
: mask from Smith and showed that Lawson did it-that at least he started Ointment and Soap was To,4 C.ssiy may own
discharged on preliminary examina- had "bit only $6- J
off more than he could chew" but the Tom Wat1on's
he was a great big bundle of sham andha.s the fight. doctors' bills were more like Magf5, but It ow.
tion before County Judge McCrory. when he S600 :
tackled our brave and pa You can publish n't write the
joined forces with Tom Watson to my name and edltorfrts.TlloIilMVille
I triotic representative. refer any one to write to (Ga.
Hurrah for La- me. about ) En
rprfse.I .
destroy the democratic
party. Tom Lawson threatened to take to Cuticura
: A New York woman says the, the- mar!-Westvilie Advertiser. Remedies. I will answer dj
Georgians had better turn to Estil his pen if he lost his fortune. Former letters if postage is enclosed. John M
of gravitation that .
ory Js wrong,
who is a first class type of the real Governor Odell neve thought of writ- t Lloyd, 718 S.Arch Ave",Alliance,Ohio 'I Only sixty-six lynefrtog*. tw loet
have ,
thoughts shape and that death isa. The warship Florida visited Jack- June 27, 1905." number in
man. ing books till he lost his political twenty reaR, oeewNd ltt
mistake Otherwise there doesn'tappear sonville this pow- Compde Extema1 and
week for a "show down." flunior. IntmJaI 'I'mtmnt for I f the United
: I ITampa's er. At this rate literature will son bea from Pimpleoo 10 Serouj. Irma IDfaDry to States la t{ year.
to be anything the matter with The Ja'ksoD\'ilIan didn't eomooq of Clllieura Soap, %5e..
OiDtIllftlI
get gay gain in population in 1905 nut.5Oe.(iu*rnn<*CIoe I e..Re0i
little than failure C0Ue4
.
more for Pift f
a refuge I
her., I I about the Florida. of 1))),IDaY br bad 0' &IJdZUggIStL per via
,- was 10,000 persons., j .Pensacola News, 1'001'Drug C,ftn.1Ww Co,III.,CQR s.1 PrusMl1Atre -I llu....un.otIeaCllhl.. j, ) "acwla'8 exp rtar 1* ave f'!'.
SklA&AI1Woo\iUlIIIIQlI.
a, )mated at 111titIN
., \ .
,,:t ...,"",: -, ., '. :'J.. ,-, I ,' '_, ,- : ;. '_,' .
'. i
-, ..
- 1. ; :. ..
-
.




,
,

__*
,
-.-- *; -

,_.

"- '., s -



yN..
-- -
"** .
.

...
"

.
.
'



.- 11; rjp OCALA BANNER "





-...-
--
-
: J
'

The paper "Of the People tor the People and by the People. '"

i/a -....
-
,rOL.40, XO. 32. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1906. OXE\ DOLLAR A YEAR .

--- -
-

Wholesale Lumber Broker. I Kappa Alpha; Dance of Washington- Miss Louise Harris Gives Small Party. I TATE FINANCES.The : .

University. ---:- 4

Mr. M. J. Roess has opened up a I Miss Louise Harris gave a small I
annual financial statement of
.. lumber brokerage business In this The following notice r 1 a dance giv- I chafing dish party Wednesday night the state treasurer- covering the

; city and has his office In the .1I r-1 en by the Kappa Alpha fraternity of I I.to a dozen of her young friends. The transactions of 1W5 Is a paper oj un

chant's Block Room, No. 6. I Washington University we clip from first part qf the evening was spent usual interest. The aggregate receipts -
Buckwheat I playing progressive whist and the
His business will be.. wholesale entirely the University ,Hatchet, which is published from all sources during the year were

and he will make a specialty of weekly by the students of the I young folks all had a very jolly tim J60S.3U.04, which, with the balance

railroad material. He will be jn cor- I Her guests were Misses Millie Nurney from 1934 $:':r.65U8, made the total
George Washington University.. It IOf Suffolk Ya. Eloise Miller Allie
respondence with some of the largest I ; funds $901,558.6'The: disbursementswere
r
will be seen that Miss Anna :ilixon I Van Juhan Grace Hatchell, Lou '
Cakes lumber concerns in the country and I $785.3204 ($156,15.60 more than
I of this city of the honor II Moody, :Margaret Walters, :Messrs.
was one I the for
will be. in a position to place very receipts the year), and the
i Harry Walters, Harry Palmer. Rober
orders and the lumber mills balance hand 'Jan.
large o guests: I on I, 190, was
:Mathews Osco and Zewadski I
the country will do well, \to keep in Wednesday evening. December Guy I $136,147.98. This, ,0( course j.s exclusive -
and Alfred Beck.
touch with him. ot the several special funds
.
20! the second cf this season's hops ,
:Miss Eloise Miller
made with Mr. Roess is a splendid, accurate captured the and covers only what 1 ia; Known s iri'
Royal was given by the fraternity. The lady's prize and Mr. Harry'Walters .
and enterprising young business man I general revenue fund. _

and since living in Florida has been house was beautifully decorated with I i the gentleman's prize. Among the larger items of i.rr..>me

closely identified with the lumber in- f festoons of evergreens and mistletoe. ![ After the games the :young people are those from taxes $57,43S.i.: : h- _
Powder were invited into the. 'dining
Baking terests. The guests of honor were Misses Natalie room sences, $296,56U6; insurance :.!X...* ;'
where the hostess assisted
We believe that he will make a success Reetor, of Mississippi; Anna Mix- young by and licenses J9SS.378.83; interest on
Miss Miller, prepared delicious
of this business and expect to son, of Florida; Gertrude Correll, of a deposits, $ ,UlU'; tax certificates and
Welsh "rabbit" and hot chocolate with
Are delicious and wholesome perfect see it grow into very large propor- Illinois, and Penelope Davies, of Brit- interest thereon 111010.66; a.'l1k/f-I
which was served olives wafers and
,
tions. ish Columbia all of Chevy: Chase college ations $26.144.0; sales of feiuhzcz
'
cold weather breakfast food. salted almonds.
Mr. Roess still retains .his interest chaperoned by Mrs. Cowan. Others l stamp J26.6S7.S8; bad taxes IIn
i
Made in the morning ; no yeast, no set- in the Northern & Southern were Misses Young. Field Williams Florida Railway and Navigation U.M-
Approaching '
Nuptials.
sour cause in- Lumber Company at Cornell, of which Green. Knox, Fry, Ballentine f I I'any $31,720.90; sale of supreme .' >uu '
"
ting" over night ; never never '
company he has been a partner .ever and Owens. reports, $.,
digestion.To _' ; since it was organized several years j i The following invitations have been Some of. the heaviest items ,if n.- T

make a perfect buckwheat cake, and ago. Death of Mr. Quintard Gray. I I and received groom by in the this friends city: of the bride pense were, salaries of executive our]

judicial departments, $76,3:1.92:: ; :salaries ;-
a thousand other dainty dishes, see the I State Board of Pharmacy. The many Ocala friends of Mrl Mr. and Mrs- George Thayer Maughs clerks administrative diMiinients .

Baker and Cook." Mailed \ -- Quintard Gray will be very much pain- request the honour of :your presenceat
"Royal Pastry 1 $6.'U.30: ; salaries and expenses -
The state board of pharmacy held a the marriage of their sister
ed and saddened to learn of his railroad
commisuion
$!:::,%:&-
free
to anyaddress.. meeting in this city Wednesday. The Jessie Cecile,
death which occurred last Thursdayat j &9; jurors and witnesses $10.14913

members of the board present were Dallas, Texas. He had been ill for I to collection of revenue, $48,868.04. maintenance
-
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
Messrs. H. H. D'Alembert of Pensa- Dr. Dan Morgan Smith,
several weeks
with typhoid fever. His. Of lunatics $3,626.43! leg
I cola Leon Hale, of Tampa and A. L. mother and his aunt Miss Polk were on the morning of Thursday. twen islature. $79,360.28: ; state census $h.-

--, Wise, of Lake City.,, visiting in Texas and were with him ty-fifth of January 2.9S; state troops, $11.1'01.19; state

SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, I Hon. J. M. Barco, of Ocala, is in Theobject of the meeting was for when he died as was also his father nineteen hundred and six, aid to schools, J4S,7[0.00; general

Local Editor.i the city today and is being cordially the purpose of examining applicantsto Rev. C. M. Gray .,of St. Petersburg, at half after ten o'clock printing and admttein, J;.ti53..:!'J;

i I greeted by his numerous friends here. practice pharmacy in the state of who was sent for a few days before St. Philip's Catholic Church Florida state fair $15.WO.OO; Interest ;

Mr. Barco receiver of the United Florida. The examination was held at the death of his son. Ocala Florida.Dr. public
TOWN. was on debt J18.047.W. (The pub-
\! \ I
ABOUT
; HPIIKKCS and Mrs. Smith will be at home
the court house and was conducted by
Mr, about
States land office at Gainesville under Gray was a young man lic debt now consists solely of refunding -
Dr. H. C. Groves, of this city. after February the first, 155 South
of and for
the Cleveland adminitration-Tuf's-: twenty-eight years age some. bonds:, &OU.7(0) bearing interest

Dr. W. C. Lindsay went to Jacksonville day's Tampa Times. Those who took the examinationwere years past had made his home in Second street at the rate of 3 per cent., and

yesterday to _be present at the the following gentlemen: H. P. : Texas, where he was in the insurance allheld by the several educational

meeting of the Mystic Shriners Friday Mr. Cargrove a prominent lawyer Bitting, Ocala, ; F. II. Scott, :Starke: ; J. : business. He was very successful and One of Florida's Grandest Men. funds of the state.) ,
,
t'. night. of Craw fords\'ille, Indiana, and his I T. Pixton, Gainesville; F. H. Holcomb, his life was full of bright promises.He The balance sheet for !>>c. 31, !91'*>,

friend Mr. :Mike Waldron a formercow Jacksonville; B. M. Silas Ybor City; was the oldest child of Rev. and Judge W. A. Hocker, member of is as follows:

::.' Lost-on school grounds, small gold king of Fort McCoy, with whomhe H. H. Bearel, Ormond; W. L. timer, Mrs C. :M. Gray, who formerly resid- the supreme court of Florida, was in Cash .114)1,1140! Q::;

,';,- signet ring, no monogram, suitable re- has been spending the. winter, were MontScello! ; L. Enfield, Kathleen; G. ed in this city and he was here with our city a few hours yesterday en- General revenue fund 138.147 95

"' ward for Its return to Ocala Banner in Ocala Wednesday. Mr. Cargroveis B. Young. St. Augustine; J. L. Burt them for several years. He was a I route to Tallahassee, after spending One mill seheol tax fuutl. 10,4t6 .-
i ,:
,, ';,....., office. I so much pleased with Ocala that Palatka; J. C. Moore and W. E. Tison splendid looking and manly young fellow the vacation at Ocala, Dunnell6n and Pension tax fund 77,stt? 67

.' -- he may locate here and engage in the Welborne; W. Y. Hunter, Madison. and Jt will be hard for his friendsto I other south Florida points. While' In State board of hoiiih fund r.8,193! : $5;

':, Mrs Charles E. Powell and sons' of practice of law. The next session of the board will realize that, they will see him no the city Judge Hocker visited our Prig of Ute school! fuiui. 441 :: 6 _

,'i.'::"',-- Lexington. Ky.. will arrive in Ocala be held at Orlando, June 13 and 14, ,more. t court house and was very much impressed Int of tate schuss fund 441 ::11

!,; : today to spend some time with Mrs. Mr. L. A. Morgan, of Americus Ga.. 19116.I The Banner extends its sympathiesto with the beauty of the build Interest of Seminary fund 3.M3 00
-
lr, .Powell's mother and sister, Mrs. n. D. representing the Anderson, Wilson Pa- the grief stricken relatives in their ing. He visited County Judge Con- Hire of state convict fund Cm: 4ft

: '! Thompson and Mrs. J. E. Chace. per company of Richmond YaM was I Mrs. Chambers:$ Entertains Card Club. sad bereavement.Will nor's office, where a rather singular Indian war claim fund 23.90U 09

in Ocala Wednesday calling at the incident occurred. The will of Rev.J. .
; Agricultural caik>g. wad IO7: li
.. Mr. and Mrs. N G Cram, of Berlin newspaper offices as was also Mr. Oscar Wednesday afternoon Mrs. HamptorS. Come to Ocala to Reside.Mr. I A, Kimmons had recently been filed Experiment station fund .2l0 ;a7u4

New Hampshire, and :Mrs. John J. Keep, a drummer for the Dod- Chambers entertained the married and some mention that probably Judge University inddmtal fund OJ

\ Beckett, of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, son Printers Supply Company of At- ladies card club at their regular weekly Ernest McLin has returned from Hocker was a witness to the will Kx. Station Inrfclvotal tumid JtJl US

are spending the winter in Ocala at lanta, 6a. meeting. Her guests included only Ocala where he spent several day caused Judge Connor to get the will U. of ILL GaliM ", duration '

:Mr. T1.. Moore'a. the members of the club and one or Mr. and Mrs. McLin expect to leave and hand it to Judge Hocker. The [ fund 4'U1: ::!

The Breeders Gazette printed at two of her other friends. the latter part of the week for Ocala, judge! examined it a moment and exclaimed White Colleen JlwrUl fund ;.lW 37S

I. Mrs. G. M. Watson and her two little Chicago, Illinois gives three pages to I Mrs. Chambers entertained at Mrs.T. where they will make their future "Why yes, I remember this Col. College Marnil fund ,'K J 77

sons, and Mrs. Charles S'atson. .r- Marion county at the south Florida T. Munroe's lovely home, the Gables, home. Mr. McLin has recently gone will. I drew it myself and witnessedthe Florida. Female C..ttitf Incidental

turned to their home at Coleman Wednesday mid-winter fair. It gives a full pageto on South Second street The afternoon into business with Mr. S. A. Raw, signature. My son William Hocker fund 1.1)81i

afternoon after spending a the record Marion county made at was a very pleasant one and the lessee of the state convicts, and while also signed as a witness. The will Florida Agrteuituntl lntl.

"week in Ocala with their relatives, Mr. the fair and prints two pictures of games of whist were very much en- his friends here are pleased with every was dated 1890. Judge Mocker is one tute, Kl3MimiM i toad 3,9113! : v:;

I J. A. Walters and family.Mr. the Marion' county exhibit; a picture joyed. There were no prizes and after prospect of success, yet they regret of Florida's grandest and best men, ('u""red" \'r..l ........... temi.t..

I the beautiful first prize shorthorn: bull the games a salad course with ho4 the necessity of his departurefrom a distinguished jurist, and a gentleman tfngeat faHloll . .. .. i iT4 ..

I B. W. Blount of Tampa, is in and heifer shown by Mr. Z. C. Cham- coffee was served. >Tallahassee Capi whom it is always a pleasure to Pnxd4 af CWlepfle Msp..r.ty .

I the city for a few days. bliss of this city. It also contains a tal. meet. There are few such old time fund . . . .. 33

splendid writeup of our Bounty. This Runaway Wednesday. }Ir. and Mrs. McLin will be cordial. southern gentlemen left.-Live Oak Florida Jloj..pi l for IIINAct

}dr. G. B. Tankersley. capitalist and writeup ought to .be and we believe ly welcomed to Ocala. Daily Democrat. fire lou fun*! . ... .. us 74

trucker of Coleman, was a prominent will be helpful to us. Wednesday morning as John Mack -- '.- -- --

visitor to Ocala Wednesday. Civilizing the Seminole. Junior League.The .
a colored man who drives for Mr. $41 94 8:.

Mr. Edwin Spencer has a very tine Louis Lang wa driving in front of The Cotton Markets

Lx-Sheriff and Mrs. Lane, of Sum- garden on the spot of land formerly the Ocala Houhis mule got frightened "As I understand It," said the Sem- officers of the Junior Epworth New Turk, Jan. It.-The toU,1t market -

ter county, were among the shoppers known as the Spencer pond, which has at an automobile and became inole, "you propose-to civilize me." 4
League for the ensuing year are as opened H* r t"tr active and
I. Ocala Wednesday been drained and is as rich as the unmanagable. The mule ran on to "Exactly so." follows, viFrancis : l showed some Irregularity. Southern

alluvial beds of the river Nile. This the pavement In front of Standley & "You mean to get me out of habitsof tubers President i ; Clarence spots rkuxHl 1S Mghtr than Saturlay.Receipts .

::llr. and :tir, W. Haisley will leads us to say that on the same Coml>an)"'. table and threw the driver idleness and teach me tp, work." Zewadski First Vice President; at the p.rU tuday't."re 19,-

leave today for Belleview, where they ground Mr. Spencer had a very fine against 'be brick wall of the sta "That is the idea." Gladys Martin, Second Vice President; 682 bates, against JU72 bat week and
weeks.
Bill spend several nee crop last year, specimens of which ble. He truck the wall with such "And then lead me to simplify my Clara Johnson, Third Vice President; 20US'IaJIt year. Bear the week 1)0-/

Mr. Claude Nelson, of Jacksonville. captured the first prize at the Tampa force that He was thrown a distanceof methods and invent things, to make Mable Bachelder, Fourth. Vice President 000 bales, against 1 1,174 Jut week and

fair. several feet and was knocked in- my work lighter?" j- 123.911 last year. Tuday'a receipts at
Is visiting his sister, Mrs. Morgan C. ; Luraline Bridges, Secretary;
for few days. sinsible. H in this city a
e Looney Col. H. L. Anderson complains that medical attention and while he was "And next I will become ambitiousand B. Long SuperintendentThe 9.939 last year, and at Heuston 4.- -

his:: beautiful violet beds were destroyed hurt get rich so that I won't have to
Messrs. Edward Holder and GidfreyMoyers badly was not seriously so. League is in a flourishing con. 067 bale, against 4,:U last year.
early yesterday morning. The milk work at all,"
of Dunnellon. were visitors to dition and much good is being done -- -....!., 11
man left the gates open and the cows Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the Best "Naturally."
by these litle workers for Christ. ,
Ocala Wednesday. Made. TO REMOVE
did the rest. Col. Anderson says thatif f "Well,, what's the use of taking
"In my opinion Chamberlain's Cough
the Ocala Board of aldermen wil1 Remedy is the best made for colds," such a roundabout way of geting just FRECKLE and PIMPLES.
The reading club meeting this Mr. Robei" flP per. of the Hotel de r
animal impounder, he wile says Mrs. Cora Walker of Porterville,
make him where started from? I don't have
week with Miss Esther Weathers was California. There is no doubt about Kaiser, is putting up a cold storage IN lOlDA YB. USE
accept the office and guarantees there to work now"-Miami Record. I
its being the best. No other will curea
one of the largest and most interest- plant for a company at Hastings Florida .NADINOLA. .
will be no more complaints of flowerbeds cold so quickly. No other is so surea
Ing ones that has been held in many preventive of pneumonia No otheris of which Mr. Frank E. Bugbee is THE COPLEXIOXTHE BEAV"WLEB.S
rootedup
being eaten up by cows or Greatly in Demand.
months. Every member, with the ex- so pleasant and safe to take. These the: manager. It will be rememberedthat
is in demand than
He will keep these ani- Nothing more a
by hogs. are good reasons why it should be
ception of two, were present and the medicine which meets modern require- Mr. Kaiser came to Ocala from
t the preferred to any other. The fact is
mals off the street or know reas- I
ments for a blood and system cleanser,
lesson for the.afternoon was a partic- that few people are satisfied with any Atlanta and superintended the cold
on why. We hope that he will be given other after having once used this rem- such as Dr. King'sew: Life Pills. 4
ularly enjoyable one. They are just what you need to cure storage plant of the Benjamin Broth
the office.CAPITAL edy. For sale by all druggists. m
stomach and liver troubles. Try them. ers.Ir.. Kaiser accompanied by Mr.
At Tydings & Co. drug store 25c.,
A Farm For Sale or Rent.I guaranteed. Singletary telegraph operator at
piI-
II -ii- j. Hastings, made a run down to Ocala

will sell or rent my farm of 360 Through Train and Sleeping Car Ser- Tuesday and visited Silver Springsand

$50,000.00 acres in the Fellowship neighborhoodat vice Between Jacksonville, Fla.. took a spin on our hard roads T" .I

. I a reasonable price. Good living and Augusta, Ga. 'with which Mr. Singletary was very .
.
President T. T. Munroe. house and outbuildings; partly under much delighted. Mr. Kaiser says that k'"" ,',,, -, -;, "' ..

Yice-President, Z. C. Cham liss. good lence. Apply to Mrs. Jessie Hay- Elective Jan. 10, 1906, the Atlantic Hastings is on a bigger boom than .. ;," < '

Cashier, Geo. H. Ford. I craft. l-td-2tw. Coast Line will Inaugurate Pullman ever and this year three thousand Ii .A. __ -' ,

Asst Cashier, J. B. Brooks.CENTRAL Steeping car service between Jacksonville acres will be planted in Irish potatoes ..,.p.or.; -, '

The country people who come on Fla. and Augusta Ga. Trains and this is only one of its truck .

trains from smaller towns to trade at leave Jacksonville at 8:55 a. nx, and ing enterprises.The \....,...., ; .,

our merchant's stores connot find a arrive Augusta at 6:55 p. m., affording NADINOLA GIRL

NATIONAL BANK, more homelike place to stop at than daylight service between the two Turpentine Market. Formerly NADINOLA Adv r1ie4 *au wAd ..

the Montezuma Hotel. All you hunters points. Dining car service will be No change in formal .r package. Tie tnaoe

OF OCALA should stop with the Colonel and shoot operated between Jacksonville andl The turpentine' market for the week only ku beta changed to avoid ...... ..,- we
cann* afiort to lane *e vmteaM pap '' M
birds over his fine dogs and then get Yemassee for breakfast and lunch. I opened as follows in Savannah: Firm: 4Qar-ed with aay other,
U fuarnBttfd, s.4 wi1,!! te
your birds cooked with him any way Evening trains from all South Florida 63c; sales, 432 casks; receipts, 207 NADINOLA ia every eae whctc MMMJ it EvilFe'

r DIRECTORS. you want them without any charge. points make direct connection at casks shipments, 1,519 casks. Rosin move freckle pimplc Inrrr *pU, talmr
I MI tat. Mart heafe
-- Try the Montezumahotel. CoL V J. Jacksonville, affording the quickestand firm; sales :2,383 barrels; receipts, d fifur| !Bf eraptwM. etc The ...! 'aM'' totwenty
Florida and 2,355 barrels; shipments. 2.350 bar- days. Lcarettaeakiacfa'ar. MftheaUay
best service between
Shipman prop. 1-lS-lt and restore the of .th.
J. l:. Christian R. S. Hall beauty yo
",,'e Augusta. rels; stock 57,430 barrels. Quote: A. Price jurandlioa Sold im eack All hr sot
Geo. Mackay T. T. MunroeR. I ; leading dragyau, ,or ty mail.
The famous Buster Brown Blue For further information see ticket B, CUt; D. $UO; E. $3.45; F. JUt; Prepared eel? byN.TIONAL
L. Anderson. Z. C. Chambliss. f ,
Herbert I.. Ford. Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at agent or write, J. G. Kirkland, D. P, I G. J3.55; H3.75: U4.35; K $4.90; Dr, TOILET Cr'r) ,

the Fair Store. x A... Tampa Fla. $5.15; N 13.70; WG, Ifi.yO; WW. JUBJ" }'arts! Tena
'
11II ,: Sold la OcaU by latadn; drug ItrSr *.
'-" '; ."! .. ". .-: ',' '-, '? ,,. ": ;: <, ,
} v C-
:-
,
> _
I


I
"

-i -, .... '" ,'. ;, l.,' .. '.-..<" -
,
'- ;;":J' "'S1> i/fr." ". ;>- ".<:i':4i.t'r: ; ,?,," "'; ""
':: '" '-"''-" -'.'" ...-. > ? '- : ; _, _
at4



> ';
,r 'T
= .. .
.2.X'

%*grtr w. <&.


'
'. -
ti FACE_ SIX THE OCALAt BANNER, FRIDAY', JANUARY 19, 1906.
--
--
I -
-
-
-
-

THOSE TEARS OF REGRET.... AN AUTOMOBILE INVENTION.W. SLUMP IN ORANGE MARKET. I How History is Made. I I r Mr. and Mrs._ Arnold Give Party. A Large-Catamount

I _
K. Cleveland Brother of Marshal California Fruit 'Uneatable-Hurt by t 1 1 I Mr. I a Bool *, wl* Mw e oa the
; We printed In *
our issue of Mrs.
y yester- j\|I On Saturday evening _:Mr. and\ i iI
.
Cleveland is Granted Important. Cold-Florida's in Better Shape. 1 I bard road. atoet three
I
avenue
day a leter from E. C. Barnard of the I i W. H. Arnold entertained a few of Orange

I Patent. j I firm of E. C. Barnard & Co.. telling miles south of Oeala was dfrplajins
Our neighbor across the way is I / Special to the Ocala Banner: their friends in a very informal man !f
i how grapefruit was introduced Into I 1W eU- -
Friday aW'J'
Again shedding tears (crocodile variety r Mr. W. K. Cleveland the well known New York. Jan. 13.-The little spell the Chicago market. ner at the Arms house The special i i j J in the city

) on our acoount He Is now exercised engineer of the Standard & Hernando 1 of cold weather the first of the week j Among other things :Mr. Barnard guests were :Miss Dora Ellis and :Miss i F mount V which aUrart d eo Jdrabte

had more effect on the California orange Ada Hanks, of Gainesville who are I attention.Mr. .
-
I. I
over our telegraphic service Railroad, and whose home is at the said: I 1
market than visiting ,Mrs. C. A. :Marks, at the Arms patch,
; on any other line "It I Boohtr baa a big plass
was' in
Cor which It Borland Bros' at
we are profoundly sorry. northeast corn r of Fourth street and grove
i I other
House. Arnold's
jot produce. The cold snap depressed Citra. Borland Mr. and Mrs. iteatwyla and z
grieves us to do thing that brings Second Avenue North, has Just been the market It now looks as thought explained to me that guests include a number of the guests I which the cooaa werr
:
tit new .
tears to who is solicitous of ,! was a variety of orange but Prask wt sae w two Meet
one so
his
I' son.
grafted United States Patent Xo. .t this depression will not soon be raised from the Savoy Hotel where they
our welfare. But it is the best we was no account. I asked him what last and several of their to catch the f.r.4..,.. He WM
spent
either by light receipts weather winter traps
8 on a device which applies mo- or he
7..156. I was going to do with them, "Noth i
can afford for the It Is the
present.
other friends. The hours were spent Friday montog in to-
conditions. The depression is attrib- 'I much surprised
Fame service that Is used by the Jacksonville tive power to the front wheels of automobiles Ing. he said. "Well I Mill pay the '.
.
utable in a and informal manner
not only to the weather but freight very Jolly his to nod that Ud Buster
them
on to to traps
Chicago "I said ing
Metropolis the most successful as well as to the rear wheels of I
playing all sorts entertaining
- the heavy receipts of Florida oranges "All right," said Borland. ewgW te ene of
He _set his aiiimal had besot
in Florida and
paper the St. Aug- making the automobile a four drive which though they are arriving in bad games, etc. Fruit punch and cake I
ustine Record one of the best that men to packing and we shipped about having leis rile la his band
$ I wheel machine instead of two and the condition, are sweet and eat well. The was passed to the guests and their j i them.
boxes.
twenty Dr. Charles Reed, the kilted tbs emtamouiit,
reaches our exchange table. I' shot and
# machine can be steered just as well I coast shipments are light this week well known evening with the Arnolds was most j he
I physician, has told
me ....d pcl-
We are making progress and climbing enjoyable. which was a large aR 4 .
as a number of packing houses have
I as now. I about grapefruit he had seen In his I
along and promise, just us soon r rI men of his race.Capt _
closed to give the fruit in transit a travels abroad."I .
as we are able and the 'business ,interest This device will enable automobilesto chance to clean Upwards of a million people in W. L. Ditto -Ia vl wlsg the

: of the town will justify 'it, to i go through deep sand beds, over The market opened up. this week with I wrote the greatest joshing letter I I northern e Japan> are reported to be on,,1 animal said that ju5t at tb* beginning -

take the Associated Press service ever did in my life to my partner In Mtorfs l >f4 the
the faili I of the war |
of
verge starvation owing to
rough roads and up hills and inclines fairly good prices for good fruit. The and i i
told him
complete. Nothing is too good for the we must get $12 per box I wild eats made suchdepredations
ure of crops. If that it true then it catamount and
and make possible automobiling- really good colored averaged $2.25. for this fruit. I then wrote to Reed I
,
Ocala Banner readers. besomes apparent that Japan needed I on his hogs that be sent
Before the week closed the
tooka
and through places where they have, price and told him what I was doing and
Unlike the Banner kens* of dogs
our neighbor I and got a
decided slump when stock sold $2 peace as a/ result of the Portsmouth to Kentucky
he told all his patients about it and t
goes on the principle that if you can't never seen. in few months ia
conference and needed it badly. The | and succeeded a
@2.25. There were 51 cars cold during recommended I
set a whole loaf take a half loaf. Mr. Cleveland has blue prints anda the week. Some of the stock which ttte world. it as the greatest tonicIn I famine is said to be the worst in 51xI I' capturing one hundred and fifty of

D We expect the whole loaf after model of the device at his home was spotted ranged J1.63 @ 1.90. There ter seriously My and partner- actually took sold my let-the ty years. Government aid will haveto 1-[ these animals. lie says there are

awhile.' Watch us as we grow! be varieties of this family the wildcat
where they are gladly shown to all few given the sufferers. There Is I three
boxes extra sizes
a large
wejre -
grapefruit at $10 to $12 per box. I
I visitors. The main feature of cours'eI which trifle said to be local famine in some parts I the tiger cat and the catamount.The
brought a more, going as
:Mr. Barnard '
adds
"This
: about
was
Fair Association.
The Ocala
I is that with four drive wheels insteadof high as $3.35 but there were not the 1872." x of Russia also in addition to the pret- wild cat is very small and striped
year
two this device doubles the fric- enough of these to signify. ty general routing. What would have across its body; the tiger cat Is like
:Mr. Borland
came to Florida in 1879
The i' ople of Ocala became very tion on the earth. The patent was Fruit Not Good. been the condition of the two countries J the wild cat only larger and the cat-
and it in the
was along 80's before his
enthusiastic for a fair and organized secured -through Munn & Company, The fruit is really not fit for' the had ,thew continued for another amount is the largest of the three and
orange was brought into bearing
grove
an association having that end inJev. I I of the Scientific American and when 'best trade. It is a puzzle who eats so Mr. Barnard has at least got year?-Miami News. Instead of being striped it is spotted.

\ :Money was subscribed the land put into practical use will revolutionize -
the California oranges in their present his dates mixed. -
was purchased and fenced a splen- k
the manufacture of automobiles.
condition. Much of it Is not fit
did race track, baseball 'diamond, fine Mr.' Cleveland is to be congratulatedupon
for to eat. No
a hog very choice fruit Presbyterian Tea.

grand stand and stables for wintering his fine prospects, and St. Pet- from California Is expected before .

stock were built, but the fair did not also
ersburg the possession of
upon
next month. It is the general opinion Monday afternoon Mrs. G.1.. Hub- KING OF ALL LINIMENTSCURES
materialize and the property has been a citizen whose talent shall make her-
that the fruit sweetens
as prices will bard entertained the ladies of the
neglected and is going to ruin and was name still more famous.-St Peters-
be better. Presbyterian church at their regular RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN
threatened .to be sold far the small burg Times.
monthly silver tea. Quite a number a !.U..ICU...
mortgagethat was placed upon it. 10CU SXSMWFS *. u."C
.
HOTEL Daughters of the Confederacy Meet. of the ladies of the church and many CUR EG STIFF JOIRTS. COIIfUCTlD UUSCdS. "PRAuRtlfAsuts
Mr. John R. :Martin of the firm of ,CORN $lMrS SPRAINED W.lT. ,ao.ncaran.
I I other friends of Mrs. Hubbard's
were OF UU 04
J. R. Martin and company made the .cous.MHIOHS. CRILSWOLD RS. UU AU. MFLAJIIUTIMS UA4T.J
Friday afternoon being the regular present. Tea and cake and other delicacies I
association propo.s1tion'that he i Ocala Kouss C. J. Thurber Chicago
a i -
time for the monthly meeting of the were served and the afternoon

would fray dff the mortgage and keep Ill.; J. D. Williams Washington Daughters of the Confederacy they was an exceedingly. pleasant. one. I

the property in good condition and turn j.i I>. ,C.; Frank Palmer jr.. New York; were very pleasantly entertained by I

it over to the fair association for j. A. Davis D. C. Albert
one Washington ; -
I Mrs. J H. Spencer at her home on Attending the Grand Lodge. '
month in every year for the purpose D. Simons New Albany Ind.; F. Summerfield avenue. R of _

of holding .a county or statefair or i W. Carlisle, jr., St. Louis. Mo.; C. C. On account of the bad weather onlya Messrs. E. W. Dil\'is. N. L Gottlieb, t Tit R J

both but if the association shall fail Hutbon, Cincinnati, 0.; D. W. Thomp- few of the
members were able to Baxter Carn. and Dr. L. F. Blalock
tu hold a fair far five consecutive Fla.: C. H. J. Delat-
years kins Micanopy. ;
I be present, but the few that did venture left Monday for, Jacksonville to attend .7. .
then the property ia to become his Xe\v York R. C. Johnstons Jacksonville -
i our. ; out the afternoon i ,
spent most the meeting of the grand lodge of Ma- :.
in fee simple. Fla. J. T. Ilatto Istachatta, -
; ,
comfortably and pleasantly. This was sons. Air. Davis is an officer, in the .
Mr. Martin's proposition was accepted : Fla.; J. A. Jordan, Tampa. Fla.; W. % n-- :
.
the day set apart for the annual elec- grand; lodge and the other gentlemen I _
and it is hoped that effortsill R. Girardean Jacksonville :Fla. R. D. .
: ; tion of officers but orcins to tia factso went to represent the Ocala: lodge at e.

be stimulated for the holding of an Medlin. Williston; Miss Alice Mwilin. few of the members were present; the meeting. \

annual fair. Williston; Harvey L. Hutchinson
this elect'n was postponed until next .
The property is under good fence : Gainesville, Fla.; J. W. Davidson New
month, when Mrs. E. M. Howard will .v What .Advertising Has Dane.

and a fair can be held with very little York; IL L. Hough, Dunnellon Fla.; entertain the Daughters. READ THIS REMARKABLE CURE"I

additional expense. Jesse A. Moore, Savannah, Ga.; C. W. After the regular business of the Like all preceding :years, this year

Lets go to work and hold it. Ennis, Atlanta Ga.; M. B. Craig, meeting had been transacted Mrs. I finds the East Coast of Florida pre- was much afflicted with rheumatism, writes

,i : Jacksonville, Fla.; F. M. Holcomb Spencer served very delightful refreshments pared to greet the tourist in true Florida f Ed.C.Nud,lowaville, Sedgwick Co.,Kansas,"going

K. of P. I Jacksonville, :Ha.; Thos. M. Keller, to her guests. style. There is a great deal of I about induced on crutches and suffering great deal of pain.
was to try BaUtrd't Snow Liniment,which
Jacksonville. Fla.; J. F. Pinton, elegance promised in what has been cured me, after using three SOc bottles. IT IS mil

The members of Ocala Lodge. No. Gainesville: Oscar J. Keef, Atlanta; Hon. M. L. Pyne was a prominent done for" the winter tourist during the GREATEST LINIMENT I EVER USED;bra recommended a

13 Knights of Pythias, held a very G. F. Canning, Gainesville Ga.; E. C. visitor to Ocala- on Friday and called- dull months; but, more than that the it to a Bostber of person, all express

pleasant meeting Monday night and Palmour. Gainesville. Ga. C. S. Ward, themselves as being benefited by it. I now walk
; at our office to pay his social and financial natural advantages of this coast have without
crutches, and am able to perform a great
installation of officers. Birmingham Ala.; A. M. Dickson respects to us and ,to take a I been taken advantage of to a greater deal of light labor oa the farm.

The Installation ceremonies were Gainesville Fla.; M. D. Wilcox peep at our new Mergenthaler ma- extent than they have ever been util- THREE SIZES: 25c 50c AND SJ.OO

Impressively, conducted by- Lodge Deputy Gainesville Fla.; A. W. Burnett Philadelphia chine. Mr. Payne is one of the most ized in the past. The Indian River ,

II. C. Jones assisted by Sir Pa.; J. B. Martin Ocklawaha painstaking and successful farmers of country is getting a big share of tour- BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.

Knights Porter, Carn and Biggs. ; T.o'. Colgro\e, Daisy; J. :M. Cro- the county. To show the manner of Ists.-Indian River Advocate.Mr. ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.

The following are the names of the mer Jacksonville. Fla.; R. J. Knight, farmer he is, we have only to say

officers installed: "-. S.. Durst Chan- Crystal: River Fla.; Frank Clarkson that \\as-driving in a wagon that J. T. Nelson, of Silver Springs

cellor Commander; C.: L. Sistrunk. Jacksonville, Fla.; Geo. II. Gilmore, he purchased twenty-three years ago. was in Ocala Friday and a reporterof SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

Vice Chancellor; J. G. Ferguson. Pre- Lynchburg,' Ya.; H. B. Smith. Lynchburg from Mr. E. B. Richardson when he this paper had a pleasant interview "

late; T. J. Owen :Master of Work; Va.;* R. L. Barnes Dunnellon; first began business in Ocala. This with him. He says that the Hart line ALL DRUGGISTS..

Jake Broun. Master at Arms; R. E. W. W. Haygod, LaGrange, Ga.; A. wagon is nearly as good as new and of tourist steamers will begin their

Yonge, Inner Guard; C. I.. Moore Hardaker, Martel, Fla.; Arthur S. during the twenty-three :rears It has winter schedule next Tuesday and dur- RKTATX PRICE LIST OF

Outer Guard; \\ .. W. Clyatt.: Masterof Harris, Savannah Ga. pnly had thirteen dollars worth of repairs inf the season the Okalumpka and the.

ch"'lu'r; "". L, Jewett Master of Montezuma Hote''-Henry Bivell, put upon it. Every farming implement Hiawatha will make regular semiweekly : WHISKIES, WINES BEER AND M'ALT. '

Finance,,;. Chas. K. .Sage. Keeper Records B shnen. Fla.; J. S. Davis, Dunnel- on his farm .receives the same trips to and from Palatka. :

and Seal. lon, Fla.; W. S. Bobbitt Micanopy. .
scrupulous care. The past year Mr. They anticipate a very "Jieavy travel -- --- -

Fla.; E. M. Pole:, N. Y.; J. Wirthew, Payne devoted a large part of his attention this :year. Mr. Nelson also said thata S2P2S3S: P52PAID. Bilk

Chafing Dish Club Entertained. Savannah, Ga. Gusie Baker Tampa I Full Qt Measure..... 4 Qts o Qts goat'-jug. fr -Nt wewriM.
; u Qts
; to the growing of cotton andas very elegant steamer is being built ei 1:50: gar gallon KIt. Ci..C .
Hunting dUD Rve ... fr thud Gradt
12 *
.w. ; JO
;14 oo ,
:
night hiss AIHe Van Jarunas 7
Monday H. J. Selatour, New York; F. A. Scott he ginned the lint himself and sold at Grahamville and will be christened, Nelson County Rye ..-?....__ 2 90 I Shone -"Doe
\\ the hostess of the chafing dish Starke. Fl G. St. Monogram Rve. --...... 5 30. Jte I50 oo Rve. Ghi, Corn a... tine. S.'Mihy fa. ...
;UI; Young. Augustine. the seed he Wpt'f ,
found the
a crop an exceedingly I the Alligator. It Mill run from Silver Hsnne's "44" Rye...._ ..__ 3 7. 5 Rye Ght
eWD. .
club. The youn- ladies spent the eve- Fla.; K. K. Ro:>borough, Jacksonville profitable one. He is one Sprhijs to Lee lmrg. As the trip Social Drops. . .._ ._.... 4 40 G i.1 O 12 950 00 -.J'CIO p.r gal Ns' ae.t fat tare ay
up M"lt Whiskey.......?.....? ,. 3'S ... ..
?
ning very delightfully together and after F'laAI.. V. Van Ness Inverness, Fla.; of the best cane growers in the coun- the Ocklawaha is very weird and pie- Peach Brandy ..._..... -...._-? 3 :5 500 S 00 9 9 soay .u Roe Pr si.4 -.Ie ....,. Metbwe
Se
pls.lngames for a couple of Mrs. T. H. Evans, Conant, Fla.; C. C. I ty and has made a reputation as a turesiue and the'UPPi'f lakes almost pole Brandy.._....._ __?.. 3 75 500 9 SO I byne Ste i1er" ..r
dG'I Vkww Ry. .
n--
: So Saeial .. .
45 lHollan .
hours, a alad. course was served and Pawn, genera Gin ... II RrtI.reiyl. IlUlltJ
Montbrook. Fla. ...
syrup ma er. He bottles all he makes like inland seas, it is expected that 3 7S 5 04 LRMPsr LOOtS BaR. .
North Carolina Corn..,.._ Pet del
chocolate was made on the chafing and on account of so doing receives a this new line will receive a very large Mouctaia Corn .....?,. .._.? 3 a 6 ys; 400oo= :rooi I. P,lsUfi .... .__ .__.JiH
9
dishes. The ladies mscia Rum .._ .... S'I Extra Pale _
young present Spending Confederate Money. 3 06 4 25 _" no ", ,.. I i.
much
higher price for it.Ir.. SO
o- Payne patronage. The Alligator is owned by Medford Rum _....__ St't1lclani ..._ __ .t
u 3 75 5 uo M
were Misses Juhan, Mattie and Carrie was accompanied Friday by his son, Mr. Allan Gibson of Grahamville. Grant Brandy,., ,. Y :' S OO 950 9 50 ; Malt.extra dark "T ._ .. ._... I Of'
Special a King of Kentucky Burboruo' Cohurerr. ported..... .__._.... .
William. Eloise Miller GraceHatchell. to the Ocala Banner. I 75Asscrtaest 500 9 *fSans> t M
Mr. David Rau Al .
Payne. mnt _,,,'JJ. .
:Margaret Walters Bessie Vienna. Jan. 15.-Great quantitiesof Mr. and Mrs. McDougal and Miss Allowed' oa all GsslPrie. S Cf Guinness Stout pin*. ....i__--,IOU.......-.. a J J5 2S

Porter Louise Moody, Edna Dozier American Confederacy paper money For the Under Dog in the Fight. r Addie Hansbrough of Elizabeth- Prices by the tare oa &;;;: 3'
Louise Harris Leafy Sylvester Florle has lately into circulation here and -
town Mr. ========- -
Ky. and Mrs. E. H. :Mote e
Condon and Beatrice Sinclair. many shop keepers were duped withit I know that the world the great of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. John

during the holidays. The swindlewas
big world Hansbrough of Tampa, and Mrs. Efird

Fire at Blitchton. published by the newspapers and Will never a moment stop q of Leesburg, arrived in Ocala Sun- HANNB BRO .5. .

for a few days the gang.\\hleh has which ,
To
see dog may be in the day to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,

+ A fire occurred at Blitchton \Sat- been fooling the city with worthless pa- fault, William Hocker for a few days. :Mrs. 246.258 West Adams St.

urday. Some of the outhouses belonging per ceased their operations but start- But will shout for the dog on the Hocker, :Mrs.: )Mote Miss Hansbroughand Jacksonville Fla .

to a young Brooks, were burn- ed again with renewed vigor duringthe top.But .
:Mr. Hansbrough are sisters and .
,
ed. It will be remembered that Brooks past week. -- .
for me I shall never pause to brother and the rest of the party are .
was tried before Judge Bell some days I
ask
all relatives of Mrs Hocker's. This j
agO'for beating his wife and was sentenced Mr. George P. Rowell, the oldest Which
dog may be in the right. family reunion which will be a most .i '
to .do service on the county advertising agent in the United States
I For my heart will beat while it delightful one, was planned especial 1\
hard road. There was no one on the (now out of commission) .haswrittena r ., ,f
beats at all, i ly at this time in ho.or of the youngest I
place when the fire occurred. book which ought_ to be an eye- I For
the
under dog in the fight.nirnals' I member .of the family, lovely little -
opener to the newspaper profession.Talk .\ 1 1I
Guardian, London.
i Elizabeth Hocker, whose third t
The (Improvement is Noticed, about the farmer being a coun-
j birthday, wag on Tuesday. **5itvrz'One
try jay the average newspaper editoris The Miles-Orton circus was des- I -

W* note a big improvement (n the a blind owL The way he has been trbyed by fire at Tallahassee early j Dr. and Mrs. W. IL Powers, who I

Ocala Banner since a typesetting machine exploited is avshame. The worst of Sunday morning. This circus had I since their marriage three months agohave .

has been Installed In that 'of it is, like a vaudeville performance the given two performances in the
capital j I been boarding at the Savoy Hotel .
fice.-Crystal River News. play is continuance. The advertising city on and
Saturday and
was packed for moved Monday into the Hilburn Two-horse

agent plays on the newspaper man likea shipment The. fire is supposed to I cottage at the corner of Orange avenue f Hay Presses
Mr. Albert,Anon Graham Is now at flute. hale originated from ,
a lighted match
... and South Fifth street
California where he is Teddecs
Los Angeles. -
being dropped in the car in which the ,
spending the winter.' He says he Is E. M. Smith who has several orange -
I ponies were shipped. Mr. L. L Hopkins, of Belle*lew, for-
eating oranges but that they do not and grapefruit groves in Winter merly of '
Danbury Conn. Mowers
I was in
compare with the oranges of "sunny Garden. Fla.. has had a successfulyear The Sumter county farmer is sawing !I Ocala Monday and said that while he Rakes, 1

Florida" We shall soon print a letter of it. Over 15.000 boxes of this wood and saying nothing. We enjoys the winters in Florida very I

from Mr. Graham giving his Impres- fruit had been shipped to New York are told by 'a gentleman just from much 'that he Knife
enjoys our summers still Grinders ...;
sions Of the go'd.n tate city vp to January 1. and there has there that every farmer has his crib better. He thinks the climate of Florida ,

been ready market for it from the fact full of
corn; his smoke house full of deserves
all the
,
I praise that is given
.- Lieut. Colonel Charles Byrne, of the that it was all "( good size and per- bacon; haystacks in plenty and potato it.Mrs.. .' A1 Complete Stock of Repairs

United' States array, is a prominent fect. banks by the score. This makes 1iF.

guest at the Ocala House. He went the Sumter county farmer very nearly Allan Rodges and Interestinglittle Both Deering and McCormick. '

out Tuesday to look at his lands located Mr. D. C. Stanley represented the independent of freight rates. If he
a children, Lula and Ruth, of East i. .
Montbrook and when Bellevlew lodge. at the grand lodge will <
. near ,heI I. return to the spinning wheel and Springfield, have gone to Pensacolato I

returns will spend about a month In of Masons now in session at Jackson- loom; the tannery and the ash hopper, visit relatives for few I
a weeks.
Sl i 1 I h.me. :- MARION
our city., j i jhe i will become a sovereign right. Jacksonville: Metropolis. I H0RDW0RE
COMPANY.
""
<* .
e ,: .:': ,- : -.i-: ,'-','; .
-
,
,
i
..


_,
,
:' :'f" =... .. ,, .
4. l- ..'-.;<;W'; '._",,> ;-'.? ..r< ..
.
-



2* .
: : p SI -* -
___
.'
'
-
""'"

1> .

r

-- _
-- THE OCALA BANNER FRIDAY JANUARY 19, 1906. I PAGE SEVEN. -

-
-- ---- -- --
BIG NAVAL BATTLE I
AT
SEA. WILL FACE CHARGE: MINE WORKERS CON NATIONAL BOARD OF TRADE. I 0( 0 0 0 0 -.0 0 -0 0 0 0 O 0 0 -
; I -
Not Iron Clad! but Great VENE AT INDIANAPOLIS. 1 9 :
|, Monsters Has -Now For The Season. .
Open
Given
,., $5OCOBondand Will Return Important, Meeting Held in Washing- I O I
of the Deep-Fight the Fight of to Gainesville
Nervy ton-Government Control oft
President Mitchell
Explains Meaning 1
Death. and Collected. ., Railroad Rates to be Discussed.
of Decision of Recent Shamokin I
P5 Convention. 0 THE OCALA HOUSE

g* passengers of a White Star liner J. N. Strobhar brought to Atlanta, Special to the Ocala Banner. 1 ,
I

,from Liverpool recently witnessed an Friday from Montreal. Canada, and Special to the Ocala Banner: Washington, D. C. Jan. 15. Delegates 0I OCALA FLORIDA. O
'
exciting battle between a whale, sev- lodged In the Tower, in that city is Indianapolis,' Ind., Jan. 16.-The representing commercial or- I

eral swordfish and a thrasher shark. at liberty again. He was released on question of war or peace in the coal ganizations throughout the countryare 0I Large, Airy, Well Furnished Sleeping Rooms, O I

r: The fight lasted for more than an a $ ,OOO bond.Strobhar fields will largely depend upon the result assembled In the city and every I Tables Supplied with Everything in Season. I

of the seventeenth annual conven- train is bringing additional delegates. 0

|u kour. arrived In Atlanta in tion of the United Mine Workers of They have .come to attend the annual I Splendid d Drives-only five miles from the famous Silver Sp/ings, 0
the custody of Detective
1The combatants. werfe first. sighted Lockhart. America, which opened here this convention of the National Board of O Easily accessible from ,all parts rf the state. II |
who went to Canada to get him says
';bout 11 o'clock In the morning morning at Tomlinson HalL The convention Trade, which begins its session here 0
saysNew
the Atlanta Journal.. I
Solicitor Hill informed -
York was called to order by Presi- today. The convention will open witha RATES: 75c. to $1.50 per day. I
News.
the A
.h"' great dis him that his. bond had been O
,.. dent John Mitchell, who delivered an formal 'reception and meeting this, w Weekly:Rates American Plan on Application.
W turbance was noticed In the water fixed at 15,000, and that in default of O
address explaining the prtsent situ- evening, while the first regular business I
such a bond he must to jaiL Strob- I II Io
go
dead ahead about a mile from Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.
the
; ation and gave a clear statement of session will be held tomorrow. ,
har could not then make his bond, so O
'"" ihlp. Just what the trouble was was he the decisions of the Anthricite Miners The convention promises to be unusually I .D. C. EDWARDS, Prop. C. .WHITESIDE. Manager.
* went to the Tower in Atlanta for I
: convention at Shamokin. The rest of Interesting owing to the large
mot ascertained until the
ship was the night. .. -0-0-0-0-0-0-00-0-0-0-0-0-0-
the morning's session .was devoted to number of important matters which
|a within half a mile of the scene of the Attorney Reuben Arnold, who had
the appointment of committees and will come up for consideration in the
;". encounter. Then the passengers saw been retained by the prisoner, and I ,
; other routine business. meetings. One of the most Important -
\ big whale beset by half a dozen Mrs. Strobhar, wife of the latter, who


:**;" large shark' swordflsh.the fiercest-and a and monster most thrasher vora-- arrived Friday, began in Atlanta to make from efforts Florida to secure on- mination convention There is among a based strong the upon feeling delegates a full of to deter-reali-the subjects tion of concerning railroad to be considered rates.the government is the ques-control m 3 E'tE"{ aeeE: : :

j.,.. Ious of his kind. The water was a bondsman. -
zation of the present situation and of
; being lashed Into foam, which was A well known Atlanta banker agreedto. Ht
the proboble precipitation of a serious THREE THOUSAND FROM
: tinged with blood. It was evident that sign the bond and his signaturewas
crisis, in case it should be impossible THREE HUNDRED TREES Our Buyer Returning

. the fight had nol been In progress accepted by Solicitor HilL Dep- to bring about an agreement be- 8 -

' long as the combatants seemed to be uty Sheriff Perkinson went to the .
tween the miners and the operators.All Dr. Weedon Made a Very Nice Deal on
active. f Tower and brought the risoner to
i agreements as to wage scales, His Fine Grapefruit.Three kg
The whale was .lashing the water the office of Sheriff Nelms, where in m t : OUR BUYER WHO HAS BEEN
etc., between miners and operators in thousand dollars casn for the .
with his tall and was standing his I the presence of his wife Strobhar
fields expires on March 31. While it grapefruit on 300 trees Is an Item of Nti !IN NEW YORK FOR THE PAST 00
antagonists although he was greatly signed the bond and was released.He .
- connot be said that the condition in
outnumbered. Several of the swordfish stated that he would remain at .. prosperity which Is worthy of more 'v THREE WEEKS ON A PURCHAS. gift
' fields ideal it
> the bituminous are
" would attract his attention in the Kimball House until Monday, than passing comment. Dr. L. W. irr1
ING TOUR WILL LEAVE THAT )
must be admited that they are by no i jN
"- when he Wheedon who awarded first prize i .
front while others would steal around would depart for Gainesville was '

f p; to attack him broadside. The thrashers Fla.. to face. the charges" against him means fields. as The serious miners as in in the the bituminous anthracite for grapefruit at the Jacksonville Pure 11 CITY ON THE 19th. INST.. FOR V\&

there. He invited Detective Lockhartto Food Exposition. has sold the crop 'v .
great tall was busy flailing the OCALA, AND WHILE THERE SUC.
fields are not confronted with as serious n I
"K whale's back at every opportunity visit him at Gainesville. of 300 of his trees on the trees for
a problem as those in the anthra- xi CEEDED IN BUYING ONE OF THEN
t: The passengers were spellbound by Strobhar is accused of misappro- that figure. !
; cite fields owing to demands recently -
"|: the eight and their sympathy was priating about $20,000 belonging to the formulated by the anthracite minersat Dr. Wheedon's success In conducting tI LARGEST AND MOST ELABORATE 3J:

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, (for an orange and grapefruit grove as 3
3- with the whale. As the battle con-
r the Shamokin convention. The miners STOCK OF MEN'S, WOMEN'S & ( )
.:" tInned the water for several. hundred which he was agent at Gainesville, will a "tide-line," may well be emulated ffl -
in the bituminous coal fields ii4
,<.5 ards about was dyed a deep red. The Fla. He is charged with having cash- undoubtedly make certain demands with equal profit by others.-Tampa CHILDREN'S WEARING APPAREL,

: wHale. was terribly gashed In many ed two checks amounting to about beyond the conditions granted by Tribune. Nil EVERBROUGHT1'OTHIORANY

places by the swordfish which moved $1,800 at an Atlanta bank and it is on !
: the operators under the present OTHER CITY.
':: \vlth Incredible peed and it was n1ycci'asona1ly the charge of misappropriating the FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES.
agreement but it is believed that an
". that the whale able funds realized on those checks that mm
was I there. agreement will be quickly be reached m Goods Have Begun to Arrive.
he was indicted
r.to strike with eKect Each time a without a great struggle. It is dif- Movement is Heavier Than it was Last

,, .s. sworfiJIsh'Svaa hit It seemed to take nor Strobhar is apparently about 50 feren t from the anthracite miners. Week.

:. years of age. His luur is siigatly
r: further Interest in the battle. Their demands are of such a radical;

: Before the ship was out ofsight gray and his build is heavy. lIe is a nature that an acceptance of their Special to the'Ocala Banner. THEBOSTONSTORE &

., tie thrasher was disabled a blow of man of pleasant address and seemed terms i/ scars ly expected. All that New York. Jan. 13.-Strawberries -

: the whale's big tail striking him full very cool and collected yesterday. His
,
can reasonably be hoped for is that

-: t a the head.' One <".f the passengers wife is a very good looking woman, the operators after mature deliberation -.I have been selling this week 25@50c m. The Store That Leads. 00

f and seems devoted to him. a quart.. There are few coming and
-who had long of said
jjr: a ialr glasses will consent to submitting the
[ His bond is made returnable to the" they are moving slowly, though faster
L that ,
ha saw the whale sw itn away and matter to arbitration. Even that they
criminal branch of the than last week. In Florida where all
session of the
if tie swordfish did not follow him. will not willingly do.

4 .- superior court, which convenes Jan- The principle object in the. way of the strawberries are now coming from m B EltE B :El1B m

HUNGARY CONGRESS CONVENES. uary 22nd. there is bad weather, though some of
tf 1 a setlement is the demand of the miners -
,!.,., _i_ the berries received are fancy and sell -
for recognition of their union.
,Opening Day's Session Stormy-Op. Turpentine Sales and Prices. well. The majority, however, are bad
\ "
; Many operators are known to be bit- Cablew and Devices
Lidgerwood Hoisting Engines. Conveying
. posing Factions Have Settled and sell slowly. Lakeland is sendingthe y
: terly opposed to the recognition of the .
Ocala Banner. and the best for Contractors Pile-Driving Bridge Building
f' Existing Differences. Special! to \he largest shipments Log
unoin. fear that such
< _ Savannah, Ga., Jan. 13.-The Savan- nition will They seriously cripple them recog-in stock. Large shipments will arrive ging, Quarry and Mine Duty. Standard for Quality

t" Special to the Ocala'Baner.. nah Naval Stores Review in its reView handling their mining properties. As about the middle of February. Ship- and Duty. Over 24,000 In Use.

Budapest Jan.. 13,.-The Hung'ar- of the markets jit the close of ments have been heavier since the ,
it would practically destroy any opportunity -
J1' Jir parliment Was reconvened today. business Saturday afternoon says everything holidays. Letters received here by
of dealing with their men in-
There was' considerable excitement fOr the last week was cleaned handlers of strawberries from their See Our Catalogue. .
dividually. A compromise is scar-
connected with the reopening of the up at substantial advances practically shippers and correspondents state

.- .. aesslon and the session was exremely embracing the entire line, and scely fally, understand to be expected the vital as the importance miners that the crop of berries from Florida THE CAMERON & BERKLEY CO.

tormy .but precautions had been the follow ing official prices,being post- will be small this year.
of the demanded recognition, without
CHARLESTON S. C.
order. The announcement ,
taken to preserve the 0' .
.
was made at the opening edVW .. . . . . ...$6.00 which they feel no permanent improvement The Dade County Fair. F. C. HOFFMAN -

that a temporary agreement had been \VG .. .... ...... ....... .... 5.85 of their condition can be Florda Representative. Phone_ 20 C. Sav"I Hotel. Ocala, Florta.E. .

reached between the government and N ........ ...... ...... ... .. 5.55 expected.The Arrangements are now in progressfor "
,, "
Anthracite
... .. .... .. . 5.00 demands of the holding the Dade county fair and -J.L-
the opposition and that the definite M. .............

1 settlement of the existing differences K. ..... ........... "......A.... .. 4.55 miners will be the first mater to be Mr. Blackman says that while the exact C. Smith. C. V. Reterf*

f i i would shortly fol1O\\;. The announcement 1. ..... .......... ..;......... 4.05; considered by .the convention and thereIs date has not been fixed that it

had a somewhat quieting effect H. .. .. ..... .. .. .. ............ .. 3.65 but little doubt that the conventionwill will take place about the usual timein ,
SMITH & ROBEETS.
these demands.President -.
upon the malcontents, but did not G. ..."......" .. ..... .......... .. 3.50; strongly endorse March. .
and his trusty
,the Irritation and excitement f'. .. ....,.:... .. ..... .. .......3.1:> Mitchell The prospects for a good fair are -
r suppress
altogether. In certain quarters E. ........ ....._... ,... ..... 3.40 lieutenants, District President Fahy : very bright. There will be an abundance -

t L doubt Is expressed that an amicable D. ... .. ..... ,. .......... .. ... 3.30 Nicholls and Dettry who are conduct- i of fruits and vegetables for a' and

J ketlement ill be reached. C-A. ..'....... ..' "..".' ... .. 3.25 ing the campaign of theanthracite fine exhibit.and the display of jellies, Funeral Directors Licensed Emblners) .

These quotations: (Ii:) not representthe mineit- are .confident that the convention wines. marmalades, preserved and I '

five w il beck up the anthracite miners.At crystalize'd fruits will be the finest ever t
I they being
Contesting for Honors. I actual prices paM time they willdo* their I LATEST METHODS. BEST GO (,DS. WORK GUARANTOR.
the same
woman's
waterwhite window- seen here. The department -
cents higher on best to hold down the radical elements Telegraph orders receive prompt atte ntion, and embalming done anwek.
I.twentrfh'e will be an interesting featureas
Special to the Ocala Banner. glass and x: ten cents higher on them on short notice. 4r
and keep
the delegates '

for New Latchworth YOlk, an.Cox 13.-The that as claim a stokerof made five higher: on higher D and on belAw K and. I, and I among from commSting any indiscretion, Mr.usual Blackman says that a poultry ,


the engine John Bull," of the The receipts at Savannah, including which the would miners precipitate and the a operators war between exhibit will be added and that for this OGAtA r liTH rO\lNNY\ I Ii

stuff in a large tent wil be erected.-
purpose
Pennsylvania Railroad, ,he- was employed as in the case of spirit, of
without hope of a final'adjustment Miami News.
on the first railroad in this the past going to a Jacksonville fac I 1 I
--- -
country has brought out the statement torage concern for the week ending the existing differences. -
Another Journalist Gone to His Re
and the
barrels reported -
that the machine was preceededseveral Friday were 15,726 ORANGE IN TEXAS. :
SATSUTV1A ward.
"Stourbridge sales 14,890-( barrels of which ,
the j I It
by
t years We keep a full stok of
England 881 were pales. 1,066 mediums and 12-
in
Lion. which was built Hardy Variety Which is Meeting With John Frank of Jacksonville editorof LOOK FOR
and first was operated In Ilonesdale, 943 H and below. id JDS
Much Favor. Florida Paradise the Hotel Reporter \

I Ij Pa. in August 1829 on which the' was tracts built of The Sight Was Pitiful. and other publications, died at i \ ii::;. :! JIOld' Harevst :I

the Road
Cartxjndale
Special to the Ocala Banner. St. Luke's hospital Thursday.This .
by the Delaware and Hud;>an Co., Mr.: -
number of people gathered Houston, Texas, Jan. 13.-The Satsuma moves the Metropolis to prima Old McBraysr
A large .
Honsdale
i tlf .
Penniman
Howard A. have died in Iz; -
convicts being transferred orange is bound to play an important list of editors who ;
ra... has published a pamphlet, making around the of the Jacksonville since the close of the Mark; Rogers
depot development
from Ocala to Perry at the union part in the .
to Ho-
this contention. It gives the other night. Many of the prisoners gulf coast country of,Texas. It is undoubtedly civil war and more have moved away ) 4.
ratio Allen the credit of having been OU Charter ;
were known to the people here the hardiest variety of edible than have died. ,
the first locomotive engineer in the I The following are the names of tfiflt.
and some conversed with them. They i orange known and has extendedthe
I United States. those who have crossed over to the i *> Vernon
were given dinner here and while all so-called orange belt several hundred p S

treatment and were in miles north. The fruit is very other shore:
has resigned as a showed good
Hon. Nat Adams
Willis M. Russell. W. W. Moore,
skinned of exquisite flavor andnill and
the spectators sympa- thin
of Controland good spirits
Board
ember of the State has appointedla thized with them. and especially with pack from. ISO to 220: to the box. William H. phristy, Harrison Reed, H. j

Governor Broward : white men. The convicts in The color is more red: than yellow and I B. McCallum, A. J. Russell W. IL 4
of two
Hon.V.. T. Sandlin. the Oth
his stead HijhGr
IP
I i Babcock, John Varnum, E. M. Cheney.
hard time handsome when packed
Adams aSSigned i the state certainly have a shows up very
}uper. The reason Mr. John S. Adams, C. Drew, N. K. Sawyer 1
of As the fruit beginsto
that he is not !i and the present diabolical system i or on the trees.
for action was
his
majority of the j seling them in slavery should be ab ripen in October, which is the time M. R. Bttwden Albert Fries William ;--- .." ; is tVhis"is : !,
the )
In with
accord
K the university I I olished. Let the state build a penitentiary when the market is almost bare of Perry, J. P. Perry, Edwin Martin --- ------ -- --------
board in abandoning C. H. Walton. S. T. )
A. X. Adams
!! and work her own convicts.on oranges, it will always command a
transferringthe
K buildings at Lake City and I with Bates, W. S. Wagstaff, Frost () ,t 'I'Slur.1'1 j -
internal im11rvements-especiany good price. Owing to the ease 51 He n ;:

'. Institution_ _to Gainesville._ I I' public roads. If ,companies can employ which the segments separate and its Rev. Whilden H. W. Claik, Mrs. Helen ) \[ %i ,ill[ Wail or-imr -
-
it has no superior as a Ingram D. H. Elliott, J. E. Elliott, E. Hi1'H' Il1tIFiV13. /-
.
That was a notable occasion when ,. theni at good prieces per capita fine quality ) ( '

work them to the same dessert fruit. ._ M. Thompson Stephen Powers John B3 rely for bin with a ..
wined arid din.1 1 the state can
:Ray Bullock of Ocala .
Gould and C'
II. James
L' and not bo guuty of dealing -- Stickney Jay case. of :unL"ua 1 WJ:4i3: .
It was vantage
*d the entire bar of Ocala. .a ;
i
Finger Crushed. John Frank. Switch Irish ',,
ability of its in human chatels.-Live Oak Demo- Engineer's rye bubn, ; '
,%thering. that for the --- 4 '
of its host and craL I'Ir. brandies wines etc. Ws 47)
';tnt'mbers. the geniality after coming R. L. Martin has returned froma -
components of its Sunday ,morning: just t will put you up a dozen or / 'f -

:)' the pleasu! e-ghing been equal- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perkins, Mr. and into Ocala from his regular run. En- visit to Lake Weir where he went \ more quart bottles to meet ( 'Ii .
,
4 Htatertalnment., has seldom Tribune. Mrs. C. H. Perkins and Mr. Robert L. gineer Van Sickle happened to a very. last Thursday. While there he assisted -, just such emergencies and }(, ,

,
f- ;-led In Florlda.-Tampa.. accident While fixing his in surveying the right of way C ,
up
Walker of Providence, R. I., arrivedin painful I you'll not "go broke"

Ocala Saturday afternoon and are engine in some way his thumb was for a hard road to connect with the either paying for the good : w

A Juvenile Party. between the throttle and was I Lake county hard road which will be / r
,." I guests.at the bcala House. They will i caught goodsjwe supply. I

j ? Frey- remain in Ocala for several weeks. very severely crushed. The doctor built up to the Marion county line. If i I -,

i"f Masters Laurence and Julian was summoned at once and gave' the :Marion builds the road on down to the ..I7 I. I ; S I _

t mouth. the young sons of Mr.and Mrs. the state of Florida necessary attention to the mangled Lake county line we can take a spin -
all over
From S
HL entertained about I ft
t: L Freymuth chorus of finger. Mr. Van Sickle's friends regret i to the lake and on down to LeesburgIn
the grand
.1$enty-flve, of their young friends comes sound and prosperltr'l grows the accident that befell him but an hour or so either on bicycles or I OC0LA HOUSE WINE ROOMS
Party. It Is a happy I
i ?;,Friday evenIng with a Donkey ., the months go on.- >nsa- : are glad that it was not a more ser- in autos. Life in the Interior will,. soon
as
,, jV/The fmie people had a most delight- volume cola Journal. i i ious one. be worth living. ,,.........u.... ....,...

;.t 4t1St time. -
.\ ;4', ?

,


L
3f ;
-


Iiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiSTROBHAR ;



Z0j # ....,:;,!! !.: .. --'-',. ,!'P ,.-:" ,.::, > "'C' ', "-,,,. 'j. '-
it'k :,, i;; : ?-.t li=$i" ... K '< :_-: -
O.l,, ,_ .., -
<*5a VJ'fr %- : > ';. -" """"" ':> ;" .f' In '. Y
KTr-* -
4 icn -,


__ !! tw c .


;: < ; ;1


< THE: OCALA BANNER FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, "1906.M .

"
dY' .
\
.. I the repairs of the firt station. I thinkat -=8
y NEW CITY ADMINISTRATION. slua'ion. It seems to me that where M'I' ,
: least $6,000.00 'of this money couldbe 'I
tbfkfce weak'SPts appear that in repairing ,I '
used in buying our city bonds or ,I'I'
New Council Holds Its First Meeting the foundation should be
; _
invested as above in icated. ,
'' -Mayor McConathy's Message is made hard and the covering of a mIx- NOTICE :
1 It is not usually well for a'go\'erl\- .
a Read-Many Applicants for ture of material that would solidify.To 'I. ,
ment to have too much surplus money &
method I fear .
Tax Rebates. pursue the present I -
since it leads to extravagance. Either I ;:
will be a continual waste of money.A ill 1!f! '; S .: :i I S
this money should be so used or the I .
council better than
streets are
R' The city for the year 1906 fewgood rate of taxation reduced. Knowingthe ;;i 111 l ,
many semi-good ones. If we have not : ,I! I Iill .
held its first 'meeting in the council great care that your honorable

chamber Tuesday night. Those pres- the we might means expend to make what all we we need have now in, body exercises, I feel that you will ill I I Our Mr. Shepherd Watson is" now among fi'' '

eat were A. G. Gates, T. J. Owen G. A. speedily adopt the best m&isures regarding ,
constructing a few good ones each
;g M Carmichael, J. Edward Cha. e. Chat I this matter .

and E. K. elson. I year. I beg to that steps be takenat 1li all lot of
y' _. K A Sage number, of other city officials 4 I Animals. once to urge destroy the electric light i, ; the Mills and Factories buying up-a I :: : ;

ordinance requiring the
We have an
were also present to-wjt City Attor- bonds now in the custody of the (

.mey Bigga. Assessor and Collector impounding of cattle and hogs run- bond trustees and that were never illlllOdds Ends suitable for this section jII
and
Clyatt. Marshal Cleveland Electric ning at large, and one making it an sold. -

offense punishable by fine on the own- l lCli :
Light Superintendent Williams Street Fire Station. I ;
ers to permit their stock to run at I' ,: I ili' -
Superintendent and Sanitary Inspector E Ef .
large. If' a considerable sum of money is II f !
Moore. I I ill
After the minutes were read and ''IThese'ordinances are repeatedly vio- required to repair the fire station, I ''h 'i OF !

approved Mr.It.. L. Anderson president lated much to the annoyance and ma- suggest the advisability of consid- d;11: ME INTEND TO SEND $7,500.00 WORTH I 1 '

55 terial damage of the citizens who are ering its removal to a better location, ,
of the Ocala Water Company, addressed :
trying to have nice yards. We should and the sale of so much of the ground !;
the council protesting against _
all in our power encour- owned by the city as is not needed
the high assessment made against thee by means: '

water company. He said that It was age the. keeping of beautiful yards, for the city halLI IIIII! Goods Shoes Laces Embroideries / :
Dry ilil
out, of proportion compared with all I. but when one's efforts in this direction assure you of my desire to aid i III f Clothing, ICI =:
in
effort to the
other assessments and he asked that it ; are as is frequently the case, despoiled you every promote ,

be reduced. He said for instance, that in a night's time by prowling cows city's welfare. Bed Household Goods '

the Ocala Gas company, which owneda and hogs, we can not expect a renewal RICHARD. McCONATHY, Spreads, .

of such efforts.I Mayor.

valuable plant and franchise the streets with, think if we had a night patrol. The mayor received the thanks of ::1 il ;
mains and pipe ramifying and Ladies1and Gents' Furnishing. :
was assessed for only J.3.SOO while the for these animals for a short time it I the council anti the various subjectsof I *

would cure this eviL I will add for the message were referred to appropriate ', J I'' -3

t water company was assessed for $38,- the information of owners of animals, I committees so that definite _...__... .... -_.. -- TO. II.: .-1
600. He said that the water'company I I'' ."'1.
I shall deem it action can be taken thereon.Mr. '
conviction my

Vinless wanted the peace assessment and not war was but reduced that duty that on to impose adequate fines. : James :M. Gates, sanitary inspector I II I I H jl :

Public Hacks.I for the board of health madea 'I '
that the water company would be com 1

pelled to charge the city' for all waterused am informed that an ordinance is said verbal that report certain i to citizens the council.complainedthat He 1 TOCALR& II !I .J.Jiil

and not now charged for. Ir.Anderson.s now pending seeking to remedy the


r a committee complaint of four was of referred which the to evils tem. It of will our present be my .pleasure public hack to sys help asked certain that cow they lots be were abated nuisancesand ; that jl !it VARIETY STORE Ii II !1 1j! I

!

man.president The of other the council members will of be the'chair- matter.bring about A"system a better of condition licensing,in drivers this- what ters were is known in an as unsanitary the Anderson condition quar-; iil

[ that they were inundated, and he asked -
inspecting vehicles and fixing a
mittee ill be named later. com-I FLA. '
what ; ,.
were his duties in these mat-
r Mr. George MacKay and Mr. rate for service seems to be badly i i <
ters. Also that citizens I I :
some complained -
needed. Drivers who meet these !
former members of the
Edwards
'I that hey were not allowed to i J
il
I
equalization board presented a com- night trains especially should be persons i !
trash into in the
munication recommending that the of some experience and character. empty receptacles At which store we will seIl'1
rear of their premises while others _
This business is to a degree that
assessment of the property of E. M. r

Howard be cut in half. Referred to of a common carrier, and the public said that they were not allowed to 11// all these Goods atFACTORY j rii
empty trash in the front of theirs, and ; .
the same committee as Mr. Anderson'scase. have the right to demand that it be .I

"- properly conducted. It would be well he asked what he should do. Pi J !! COST! H Hti i.r
The sanitary committee was askedto : ;
.
The Blount Real Estate Agency to impose a fine on a driver Of a licensed d ,

complained also of excessive assess- hack for failing to keep an en- take the matter under considerationup ti

I and confer with the board of health !I


Fame ments.Mr.committee.Hester It also asked was that referred the assessment to the- I gagement.Scarcely anything Cleanliness.is more condu- and these A come large matters.to number some understanding of bills. were about read, !ilf SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. iij! f'II


upon his property in the Smith cive to attract those seeking homes I

} Daugherty addition be reduced from than clean streets and yards. At pres- approved and ordered paid. I',;.', !I ''I .

Two hundred and fifty dollars appropriated I I _
ent it is the custom with :
J700 to $100 Referred to the same many especially -

s committee in the business part of the to help build fence aroundold Next Week's will Contain Double 1
cemetery. Iii!. Papers a Page Announce-'
A. Forage & Brother asked that city to either sweep trash into the : .
The Carmichael Son Co., offered to
they be granted a permit to sell fresh gutters: or place it in open boxes::, on I 1 1II
furnish Sheath Oats to the city for of what will have to offer.
we '
;
meats in the block on which is located j the side walk, where the wind scatters i ment
I $15 per ton, but the mater of furnishing Ilii II ; 1il /
it
the Baptist church. Their petitionwas $ especially paper ov Yr the

,_ signed by thirty signatures. I streets to be then gathered by the til next supplies meeting.On to .the city laid over un- il; Remember the date! This is an opportunity that seldom comes

ferred to the market committee.At Re-I I scavenger who must consume a great
I 1 account of the lateness of the
this stage of the proceedings deal of his time in so doing. Citizens

Clerk read' the message of Ocala's new I should remember that his time is money hour at I which the council. adjourned it '
was impossible for us to obtain a full THE MILL AND FACTORY SYNDIC TE
I Mayor Hon. Richard McConathy. The but especially should they have l i
account of the proceedings. However, I
Mayor ,said: more pride in the looks of our thor- i I
I the balance will later.A .
To the City Council of Ocala: oughfares. I recommend that the mat- appear 415 West Broadway. New York City. I ;

t'' Although it is not required by lawthat ter of placing receptacles at numerous ,
Laurel Wreath for Frank Clark.
the mayor shall address a message corners of the streets be considered, II Watson I I IIi
Shepherd Manager of this Sale S
: to your honorable body setting and it is probable that they might be ,
Congressman Frank Clark of the Ii I IIt
forth his views of matters of munici- kept in order for the privilege of advertising -

pal interest I am quite sure that the on them. Second Congressional district, proposes _____M- ---_
=
respect you entertain for the office as I shall endeavor in the meantime to,- to ask the federal government to

well as your desire to do everythingin enforce the provisions of an ordinance build one hundred miles of good roadsin .

prohibiting placing trash the Surprise Party and House Warming.
your power to further the welfaref on
Florida.
This can be done for less
the city will cause you to give much streets, which reads: -
money than has already been spenton 1
consideration to suggestions coming Section 30. It shall be unlawful for Tuesday night Dr. and Mrs. f,. II. ,

from any source as they may be wor- any person to deposit on any of the a single harbor and will benefit Powers one of the season's popu.ar

streets sidewalks, largely citizens of the state.
more
thy of. alleys public young bridal couples, were treated to -

T .. I think it well (o say for the information squares o- parks, or upon any lot any If Frank Clark succeeds in the pas- a surprise party and housewarmingby _: -_-- 0s

of the public, that the mayer excrement tin cans, sweepings of sage of his bill he will be hid be- a number of their young friends.

of Ocala has very limited powers, stores or dwellings, paper, hair chips neath the weight of the laurel wreaths The crowd assembled at the homeof

d. and therefore he can, without the cooperation bones, peels, straw, or other unwhole- that will be placed on his brow. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris and

some or decaying matter whatever. Good roads are the crying need of
of the council, do but lit- went from there in a body to Dr.

tle. But it shall be their duty to place the people living in the interior. and Mrs. Powers' cottage on Orange /A J.- '. %Itroe

It is his duty to see that the laws such material in a box barrel or other The improvement of our rivers and
avenue. They were greatly surprisedbut
are executed. But not having the power receptacle and keep the same convenient harbors do not lessen interior freight their usual 6I4'LJ
sOlon regained compo ; :
.f to apimint. or remove an inefficient for the scavenger, who shall remove rates and is really special legislation. sure and proved a very delightfulhost ? ;

official he has to depend on the the same upon his regular
and hostess. They have only

election by the council of officials tha rounds; provided, however, that no Uncle l Sam's Generosity. just moved into their cottage and the

will do their duty, and call its attention receptacle shall be placed on any
55 party was planned as a housewarming
to any derelectiun on their part. street, alley, sidewalk, in the city of At $35 a ton the Treasury of the to the young couple. '(e4\

He can veto an ordinance if he is Ocala except when being emptied and United States has lost i0,3.7,133; : ; Several hours
were spent very :
act satisfied with it. but then the replaced by the scavenger on his reg- of revenue that it might just as well pleasantly playing games and havinga j

ular rounds. have had from the Sandwich Islands.In .
r council may pass it over his veto. He general good time. Dr. and Mrs.
Regulating Livery Stables. addition to that, as an absolute I
the
presides over city court, and is Powers have not yet finished furnish-
responsible if offenders against the Under the statutes of Florida your gratuity under the Xew lands resolu-
of
ing their home but the informality
city ordinances are not adequately b dy has the power o "regulate the tion of annexation we squandered four
t everything lent an added pleasure to iltr I ?
kr punished. lie can also institute an use" of livery stables. Whetl.er you millions moie. Hawaiian sugar is com- the evening. Refreshments consist- 1.I t ( i

Investigation if he has reason to believe could prevent the keeping of one <>n any ing in here now at the rate of 400- '
ing of sandwiches cake fruits, candy FOUR
I that an ordinance is being vio- particular street, T doubt; bi't you can 000 tons a >ear. That is a gratuity of SAILINGS EACH WEEK
nuts, etc., which the visitors
lated. The above are virtually all the adopt- ordinances so regulating their J14.uOO.000 that we are giving annually BETWEEN
served and
brought with them, was
duties incumbent on this office so it condition and the nunm conducting to the Hawaiian sugar kings, besides -
everybody had a jolly good time. Thosein Jacksonville and
will appear"t,) our citizens that they the same In and abor' them as this $154,000; already paid; and New York-
the party were Mr. and Mrs. Frank .
are nut t's extensive: as many SUNHSe. to greatly diminish their offensiveness. sad to say we will pay it annually I Calling at Charleston S.
Harris, Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs. C. O., both ways
Concerning city matters I beg to Remedies ha re been found for Forever and forever, so long as the THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS I41
V. Miller Mrs W. A. Collier, of TusCaloosa j THE COASTWISE! SEBVICE
destroying flies and etc. I liver flows,
x make. a few observations. recom-
> :: ; Ala.; Misses Mary Anderson THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND
Pavements. mend that an ordinance be adopted to So long as the heart has passion: *', I AND SOUTHERN LINES
Valeta Porter. Sarah McCreery, Meta DIRECT SERVICE
Many of the sidewalks are in a very meet this situation, and note especially lung as life has woes. BETWEEN
Jewett, Sue Barco, Matte Williams, Jacksonville, Boston and
bad (condition bricks loose, holes that the currying and clipping of -Champ Clark. I and all Eastern Providence,
Ethel Robinson, Florence Walters, Points.
fill with water, and are so slippery horses on the streets. I call the attention -- Calling atCharleston Both Ways
Esther Weathers: Hattie Dje, Sara SEI I W
s when rained on that they become dangerous of the city health board to Announcement Cards Received. BEKIYnfriFr 1I LINas i
......
Scxbosd
and Louise Harris, Messrs. J. 11,1 ...... .. Lewis'
r to walk on.s to other than this evil horthboand .... Frog Warf Bostta
Bell D. B. Howse, W. IL foot of Catherine Jadvoanl
the brick walks these conditions arise:: Finances.It Cards were received in Ocala Tues- J.I Street,
man E. J. Crook. T. II. Harris, M. River
from the poor material! used, and in is pleasing to say that the finan- day from Mr. John Mow bray Des Rochera Line
Roess:, Woward Walters and Harvey
r many instances because the edges are ces of the City are in good condition.We of Jacksonville announcing: the Clark. II Between Jacksonville and Sanford

higher than the middle.I are now building up a sinking marriage of his daughter Grace Mow- Scnii It Palatka, Astor Latdinga, St. Francis, Berelford DeLani ) ad Isr= :!ate

recommend that a systematic inspection fund to meet payment of the bonds at bray to Mr. ,lIer Alexander r Woltz, The Tampa Daily Globe. Steamers City of Jacksonville on St. Johns River.

be made at once and proper the rate of $3360.00 finer annum. This which occurred Thursday, Decemberthe Tampa is making all sorts of pro and Frrfk DeBarry
to Sail
are appointed as toltows
with the material be required money should be as fast as accumulated seventh, : I.eave Jacksonlille daily,
nineteen
repairs proper hundred and five except '
gress but in nothing more than in her Returning leave Sanford, daily ezcept$ Saturdays, ;+ >
to be made. Of course there used in buying the city's bonds at Savannah Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. newspaper enterprises. She now has South-Bound aadava al 9.3o a za,

are a number of sidewalks that are if to be had on reasonable terms if Woltz are now at home at number four dailies-two morning and two af- Read Down SCHEDULE North-BaJ

seldom used and really not necessary not then invested in state or first 304 'est'Du.at street Jacksonville.If Lemon publications. Her latest daily -- Read up .

5 to travel these I would not put the class city bonds so it may be bring ------. Leave 3 30 p. m. ..
is called the Globe and evolved from .. ---- -- Jackson Ill,
\ I S 45 P. m.- ....... ...... -, ?'__.. Arrive JOG a. m
"
of ing an income.I I-aJatU I
owners to the unnecessary expense i the good people of Georgia will the Union Label a weekly newspaper 3 oo a. m. "-.---...."........ Astor .._._._._._...._.__. Le.re I oo p. n
I find that on Jan. 1, 1906 there was side 4 30 a. m. .. __ ___ *" 1
right to Colonel --- SL 3 J !
improving. up Estill and devoted to the labor interests of that ... __-- Francis__.. ..."""" _,.,_ '. .
in the treasury, $ 6:1.31. since which the I -55 -- Beresford ( D Und ) .... ... ,_"'__ a 00 'P'I I
Carriage Ways.A I stop wrangling between Hoke city. The first issue of the Daily Arrive" 8 30 a. m. -...... '-...-. SiRford! ._.......__.. I i eo p m
; time $3200.00 road tax has been collected 10 oo a. m._-- ... $ ..... _..:... .. a. JI t
at .
number of the carriage ways Smith and Clark How ell. which is altogether Globe made its appearance last Mon GEERAIj; ntcrprise .__ _,.. ....., .. 10 ado a. '

; i various places are in very bad condi giving us at. this time $8S21.31 too undignified they will con- day. Its editors ,say that it has cometo P4SSEti3EBAN: TICKET t OFFlOE___- -, 123--WEST BAY ST., JAxsomw.I t
to the surplus not subject to any specialuse. fer boon F. M. IRONMONGER J*., Ass't Gen'l Pass ---- so :
this is owing a the Anent,
I think upon outside
tion. readersof 1U Wass
Bay
stay and Is going to devote its efforts W.G.COOPER.JIL, Freight AJet1t. St. JacVfonrtlle, Fit. ,
1 .5 poor foundation and material, used In I Georgia newspapers, especially the towards the upbuilding of the Foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville' Ft. c, P.W\"IU.L. Supenntenaent.
Gen'l
which With liberal allowance for this readers of the AC. HAGERTY. East'n rasa.A jt.,New York. cr.VDR MIT i
much of Atlanta Journal .w.
spots. The material, jx I and whole state and especially of Tampa THEO G. EGER GeaT FrX Ajt. N. Y.

is' lime dust, seems not to meet the j I months expenses and a fund to meets Atlanta Constitution. and South Florida. General Manager. WM. P. CLYDE & CO., 1
Ciieseb re.fll )uiMi t, i' State Cncrals'
Sheet New y rk S .
.
;
,
"

;
s


S. .
S 55 5



_x u d4.


w-



rI




,
; --..... THE OCALA BANNER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1306. PAGE NINE,
_
',,, -- .
-
-- -
SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS 4 -
-.i: J Mr. Carpenter's Advice to Young ,BIG WOODMEN BANQUET. Citra House Party and Other. Citra a

.
Preachers. News.
'Mr. J. Barco Resigns 'as Local Trus- j
: % Present-Silver Martel rSPECIAL
Sixty Springs,
: tee-Some Colored Teachers
: Not i During the session of the1 Florida and Other Places Represented. Miss Mary Wartman and :Mr. Allison -: NOTICERead I
Putting in Full Time.
I .
______
Annual Conference in this city, Rev. Wartman have been entertainingfor

;... The Board of Public Instruction "WV: J. Carpenter of Tampa, one of the The Woodmen of the World the a week a jolly'house party, composed $$S
; largest and most popular organization
in and for Marion county, Florida,, met big guns of the church, was elected to of the following young ladies
in the had installation of officers
this the 8th day of January, 1906. in preach the sermon to undergraduates I. city an and gentlemen: Miss Grey of Savannah This Carefully
and a big turkey banquet Friday
.
regular session with G. S. Scott cnalr- and among other very wholesome advice -' i Ga.; Miss Irwin of Lumpkin, Ga.;'

man. B. R. BUtch and J. S. Grantham gave the following: night. Miss and Miss Smith from
It i The Martel and Silver Springs Tyson In answer to numerous inquiries I desire to have it known to m
:: members present. i is yours to be a good soldier of I j: camps were represented' by splendid South Carolina; Mr. Maiden of Hamp- I desire tc: state to my friends and friends and acquaintances that -

; Minutes of last meeting were 'read Jesus Christ and no good soldier is a .delegations. Mr. J.I.. Bryan, ad- ton, S. C.; Mr. Munroe McIntosh, of business acquaintances throughout 'have no connection with or inter

; and approved. coward. He who is afraid of the Tallahassee, :Mr. Benjamin Wethersof the south, that I have no interest est in the Ludden & Bates South

,. Mr. J. M. Barco tendered his resig- smoke of the battle or the fire enemy visory lieutenant of the Martel Ocala came up Sunday while Dr. in, or connection with the Ludden era :Music House, established by
camp, delivered an interesting oration I & Bates Southern Music House, \Vm. Ludden and myself in 1S70.
nation as trustee of the Ocala Special had beter not enlist. The warfare InVolves Blackshear and Stewart Harris of which
was established by and ,Mr. Ludden
'I. and T. T, Wightman, a prominent i me ani: mysel' and Jas-
Tax school .district, the same both assault and defence butt I J. A. Bates about
was Woodman from Pensacola made an Citra assisted in festivities Monday thirLy-five years persen Smith, many )ears associated -
cepted and the superintendent aC-1 i t. mostly assault. The "strongholds ofSatan" !I evening. Mr. Wartman gave an oys- ago. I am now interested largely with us, are now interestedand
eloquent address. i I solely in the LUDDEN & SMITH in
the
structed to notify the other must be torn down. We 'are : ter bake. The yard was weird look- LUDDENUAMlBELLSMInCo.
trustees'I I I Past Council Commander Jake Music COMPANY, and in the LUDDENCAMPBELLSMrra ., of Jacksonville, Fla. So far
and request that they have to "war a good warfare" and also to I ing from the distance with its stand
Brown assisted by T. B. Bryan of | Co.. of Jacksonville as I am aware not a single individual
trons of the district recommend some I "fight the good fight of faith". The conducted the Instal- | of torc 11igl1, ; and gay figures darting ,- Fla., who continue the who helped to make the Lndden
the Ocala Camp
: .. one to fill the vacancy. Captain: of our salvation" may lead I : here and there in the shadows. same policies and business dealings & Bates name so well known

t A number of colored teachers were 1 ug' into some hot contests and only lation ceremonies. I Tuesday, the party, accompanied by which built up for us the largest throughout the South is now connected
the folloting ?- j music business in
". l. The officers installed are I the South. with the same.
reported as not putting in full time. I brave men will follow. If you fear to i Mrs. Wyckoff, Miss Erwin and Miss ik.... WM. LUDDEN
:-N: L Gottleib C. C.; P. V. Leav- ;;" J. A. BAT E s.
:. getting to the school house late and I enter the combat because your per- Hoss, took in the beauties of Silver
,
engood, Adv. Lt.; M. Rubin, Banker; *"" .
*. dismissing early. The superintendent sonal popularity may be endangered I Springs, and a launch trip down the We print the apove letter in order to correct certain
C. K. Sage Clerk; S.r.. Lummis.
; was instructed that if he feels satisfied : fear you will not make a good soldier. E. famous run. misleading impressions which are being made among our ti
Watchman; Royal Cole. Secretary;
I that any of the teachers are not The Methodist ministry is no place for The Epworth League gathering at many friends and customers.e believe that mQst buyers

putting in full time to dismiss such cowardly men, A time serving ministry P. Pittman, Escort. Mrs. E. A. White's was a most enjoyable wish to deal with the people whose policies and methods '
.
After the installation ceremonies
teachers and refuse to give them fur- may give distinction to prominent affair. Various guesing games gave them the greatest reputation. ever accorded any
the camp and visiting camps .marched dealers in
piano the
.; ther work. sinners who belong to the church First-class music was furnished by south.

r., A. communication from W. L. Smith but such work will injure the cause in a body to the New Idea Restaurant and- Miss Wartman Mr. Kyle Wartmanand Ail who wish to deal with W. Ludden, J. A. Bates, A.
of popular Harry Stalberg i B.
': chairman of the trustees of the Weirs- he represents. The preacher should not Miss Mary Wartman.The Campbell, Jaspersen Smith, remember they are associat-
sat down to a banquet table the like of only inLudden
dale school district was before tha condone the sins of the rich nor exploit grand sermon preached by
which has larely had its counterpartin
: board. It stated that there was a the sins of the poor. lIe should Bishop Hoss at the Methodist church
bill
Ocala. The following was the
matter of difference between the par- deal to each one as to' men to whom and the. talk by Miss Tydings on Mexico Sm th
of fare the Woodmen run up against: Campbell/ Co
: ty conveying the children from South I he has a mission. The pulpit is not Turkey, stuffed with oysters were greatly enjoyed.:

Lake Weir to Weirsdale and some of I the place where his courage will be :Mrs. Hoss has joined the bishop as I
I' Oyster dressing. PIANOS P. / : ?
EHS KIIEICILHEBGHIKDISE.IS.West
the patrons as to the route and the needed. But in private apd in his I Cranberry- sauce Roast beef the guest of Mrs. White. .

i requirement of children to get to and personal relations with men he will Celery salad Lettuce salad II Mrs. Anna Browning of Virginia, is Bay. St. Phone S19 Jacksonville, } In.

from the wagon especially In cold and need to be as brave as a lion. I ad- Olives- Lettuce. Celery Pickles visiting her sister, Mrs. Clarke Greener. '4.-- --

wets weather. The communication asked mire the.old prophet of Samaria, who Dessert. ----a

:7'. the board to appoint some one or would not come out of his humble' Chocolate cake Cocoanut cake Lee Douglas of Quincy_ is visitinghis

'\ more to investigate and adjust the home because there happened to be a parents here this week. .' 4c
Plain cake Confectionery: ,
.tLr1Tt7
'
:.::, matter. prominent leper General Xaaman Coffee' Beer Lemonade, Stewart Harris returned to duty in /y 'A "RImCI A J JOMENTI'

% The secretary was Instructed to notify standing at the gate. We have no Asheville school on Wednesday. .
Hot drinks. Cigars. ,. ..?"'ol- '
the three trustees of the Weirs- mission to the mere accidents of pos- The restaurant attractively decorated Mr.\ and Mrs. Stewart Raney have I :. 1 ''f .
was p
dale school that they are appointedto ition which come to men. Our dutyis with holly ferns palms and returned from a two week's visit to a--' -' ::, 1: Have you decided on the kind of

to decide as to the route and requirements to the man separate and the man evergreens and the tables were made Reddick. t > '3.' \ \\.1;: k, fertilizer you are going to use? It's

apart from all the accidents of his life. Mrs. York is visiting relatives in :, ;
for the
conveying children to
\ not
; : : a of how
:, beautiful with flowers and cut glass. : : : i question much, but
t"' and from the school. We "are to reprove. rebuke. with all middle Florida. ..v"; ; S\ *
!l' The service was admirable. i VI what km.l.wIlen the bsst result
i Dr. W. P. Wilson and' P. II :Moore long suffering" both in public and in Council Commander Gottleib made a ... i- -'-- .... I J

,: appeared before the board and ask.4 private. Surely an age of such worldly humorous and splendid toastmasterand Meeting of the Board of Trade.A r..". .:'.!''.'r- .. i J. '" \ can be obtained., You can't make

r that the board make application for mindedness needs a brave and fearless the responses of the Woodmen to very pleasant meeting' of the ".....!.fff}:.. 1 :: 'I f :.tT mistake when you use our high grad

two months' extention. for the ChristIan ministry: one which will with the various toasts were eloquent wit- board of trade was he'.d in the city : .l fertilizers.

k' school as it had made an average tendernes and patience 'declare the council chamber Friday night. <;, t/ ; .ill
and the banquet was
ty and amusing ... ,, Highest cash: price paid for dry bones '
of 80 per cent for the regular school whole counsel of God" without fearor Quite a number of propositions were .. -,:: .
supremely enjoyed by every Woodman ,,'.tiP" .
favor. discussed having for their object the .
84 term of five months. {
:.c. present.The i { .
: The secretary was instructed that if beautification and upbuilding of Ocala, '.:-;' FLORIDA FERTILIZER NFL lOMPiHY.Gainesville. .

:. the 8Q per cent had been made to Imperfect Digestion. Beavers to Meet at Birmingham in "How shall Ocala, get her quota of ::;: Fla '
Means less nutrition and in conse- -
make for the extention. the Winter Visitors?" was one of the
: application quenceless vitality. When the liver February.The ,
-
-
'-\. _- The treasurers report was examined fails to secrete bile the blood be- propositions discussed.It .
comes loaded with bilious properties I
:, ed and approved as follows: the digestion becomes impaired and supreme secretary of the Beavers was observed that Orlando no

||> Balance from last report . .$ 7.83 the bowels constipated. Herbine will II. W. English of Birmingham bigger than Ocala; with no better attractions The Vehicle and Harness Co
k rectify this; it gives tone to the stomach ; with no better hotel accommodations -
..,:. Received from E. L. Carney: liver an dkidneys strengthens the Ala., has issued the following New

:, levy of 1905 . . . .. 592.66 appetite clears and improves the complexion Year's greeting to all members of this is crowded to its full cap-

Received from E. L. Carney infuses new life and vigor to order: acity nearly all winter long with win- Cor. Fo/sythand Cedar St.
the whole system. 50 cents a bottle.
Polls of 1905! . . . 155.00. Sold by all druggists. m "It is gratifying to report that our ter visitors while Ocala fares less JCKSOXYILLE. FLORIDA.
\ ..
h-, order is in a prosperous condition the \ell. -

"-', Total receipts . . . .. ..$755.49 The First Grapefruit., growth in membership is continuous Oiling the streets for laying the
Dealers in
; Disbursed during month . .. 739.55 but conservative. dust in dry weather and preventingthe Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Surreys,

mud and slush in wet weather Road Carts Harness Saddles Lap Robes Etc.
itf: r. C. Barnard, of E. C. Barnard & "Dams are being instituted in all ,

,ht Balance! in treasury . . .$ 15.94 I Co., a few days ago told the Xews sections of the union and new Beaver and also as a protection to health
was also discussed. and the benefits LARGEST CONCERN IN THE STATE AND LOWEST "RICES
.
\ W. D. Conn Sec.L man how ne introduced grapefruit into I homes dedicated to justice brotherly -
from California and other
reported
the Chicago market. love and fidelity therefore the officers -
Florida Retail Merchant's Association. believe states where the oiling methods have = :
"We introducMl grapefruit in thismarket of the supreme dam as .

." it is been adopted, were ci ,ed. _i I'
he said. 'The firm was Bar- our noble order expands necessary --

Bayard. Fla., Jan. 6, 1906. nard Edwards & Co. I was in Florida to improve our ritual and it becomes A running and animated discussionon I PRICE LIST OPa -

Dear Sir-The railroads of this and saw grapefruit on the trees for my agreeable duty to address various other topics was kept up

.. of and for an hour or more before an ad- EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR CO.
rate one
/ state have granted a the first time. It was in Borland you upon that subject.
,
one third fares for the round trip I Bro's. grove at. Citra. Borland explained "The second annual meeting of the journment was proposed. The Great Southern Mail Order House. :

for the convention of retail merchants to me that it was a new variety supreme dam will be held in the city Those present were Editor Bittin-. _
: EXPRESS PREPAID. '
Fall )
J
Quart easure. .-
: _to be held in Jacksonville Jan. 9th of orange but was no account. I of Birmingham, Ala., the first Mondayin \ ger and Editor Harris. .

:. and 10th and all who may attend this asked him what he was going to do February. Each subordinate damis I Per Four Six Per -
The Winter Garden Section. Gallen Quarts Quuu Cue -
:. convention are entitled to this rate with them. "Nothing," he said. "Well requested to appoint a committee to Hatchett's Pri.-ale StClCk..M... ..........._....._..._ $.oo 54cc $6 00 'iloo -
.,:: complyith the requirements or draw upa Hatchett'. That's Whiskey _...._._M..M_. 450 4 60 6 fJC' 137S .
them Chicago improvements
".. provided they 1- will pajj the freight on to i suggest: \ A correspondent of the Chicago Hatchett's Old I Rye... ..._...._.......... ... '. ._ 310 3M 41\( !I 60 -
T laid down by the Southeastern ," I said. "All right" said Bor new ritual including the kind of special EurkaN Co Apple Brandy.... .....-.......".. ... .... .. 475 475 7011 1460
1 Packer a paper devoted to the N C. Apple Brandy........ ...._....___ .._ 3 2 5 3:15: o4Ss 979 --
passenger association: which land. He set hi.5 men to packing and paraphernalia to be used in the initiation Eureka Malt ... ....... ........____........ ( 00 4 00 troo U 00
;: .are as follows:- we shipped about twenty: boxes. Dr. <>f candidates and, the style of : promotion of the fruit and vegetable Eureka :>l. C. Peach Brandy...............___.____ 4 7S 4 7S 700 14 00
N .
has recently visited the ftilall Ilriludy mnow ------- -- p iJr.v 4'13 97U
: You must purchase one first class! Charles: Reed the well known ctiysi. ofT-oore anti monitors'", rooalia. deeirod. production ;ureL5 N. U. tn..i_ ....._...._...._-.. 335 :PS 4ios 970 .
and at I whichour Winter Garden section and speaks of it Eureka N. C. Corn.XX .....__...... .._......... ;po oo 460 900 -
ticket to the place of meeting, clan, has toM me about grapefruit he "The beaver the animal from Eureka N. C. Corn. XX.\: ...... ............, __._. 275 27i 415 a 30Eurtt.a
": .'the time procure of the ticket travels abroad. order derives its name is a very as follows: N, C. Corn. XXXX....---.........,..._....._.. 20 ;50 375 7 SOl
same had seen in his At this point orange shipments are l Od Crow Bourbon...._. .....-......... .. _..._._ 450 4 50 61' 13 6
: agent a certificate of the standard "1 wrote the greatest joshing let- industrious" little creature and many Sunny Brook Rye... ........._... ... __...._ Z75 375 565 u3Q
it. still heavy. It is estimated that not M Sunny BrOOK Sour Mash ......-......-.---, 3 :5 375 565 II 30
'._ form: properly executed and stampedby ter I ever did inmy life to my part- beautiful lessons can be taken from Echo pring. ,,,.................._.._...._. .___.. 4 SO 4 55 690 u 75 .
the said agent. At the place 01 told him must get $12 per "The supreme officers desire that more than half of the crop has gone '. SIlk'e1vet..._. ...__ .... ..... ..._" .. .. 500525 78s 1570
ner and we to market.s This same condition exIsts Oak a ad ...... ....... .. .._. ..........._.__ 375 400 6oo .,00 -
meeting an, authorized officer of the box for this fruit. I then wrote to your committee be appointed at once, "' --
.
society will sign these certificates Reed and told him what I was doing with instructionsto_ have their aetionsapproved in all this section. There has Gin From $2.50 to $3.50 per Gallon Delivered. "
been an unusual rainfall during the Save twelve label of Hatchett's Private Sto-k and bottle free. Save twelve
secure a
persons about it and adopted by your dam
showing that fifty or more and he told all his patients
labels of Hatchett's Old and
Rye secure a bottle free. Save twelve tables of Hatchett's
> month and this has delayed shipments
I
last
; : -
'. holding these certificates have been and recommended it as the greatest and that the chairman of the said That's Whiskey and secure a bottle free. &*ve twelve labels of Eureka N C. 2.
very materially.This Corn and secure a bottle free Save twelve lables of 2>, C Apple Brandy aud recure -
; in attendance at one or more of the tonic in the world. My partner tOOK committee be sent as a delegate to the one bottle free. Save twelve labels of F.urekafa1t and secure one bottle free. Price of '
ml- section is developing into a fine J II| all goods bought at company's store are less than when delivered. No
sessions. This certificate when properly and actually sold meeting of the supreme dam in 700 per gallon
seriously
-: my letter trucking country In addition to being '1 charge for jUlls, boxes or drayage. All of my bottles are full measure. All standard
: signed and showing the vise of the grapefruit at $10 to $12 per box. mingham Ala., to present the proposed brands of whiskies sold over my bar at ice per dJink-lo from 5 leaves 5 for you. All
one of the best fruit sections in the wines quoted on application We also carry cheaper liquors than those gaoled
the special agent will entitle the pur- We then went around and got what changes or new ritual his expenses to I Special p ices on large quantities; packed any sizes d sircd. Money refunded goods .

chaser to the rate of one third fare could be had in the neighboring groves be deducted from the per capita tax state. There is a great deal of gardening I: 0 satisfactory. _

for the return. They were willing to give the fruit to due the supreme dam for the term here and the crops are varied. EUREKA WINE AND LIQUOR COMPANY i

These certificates can be. procured 'IS for the picking but we paid 'them ending December 31, 1905." They raise lettuce cabbage, sweet and *35 W Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. ,

.: for the wives and families of those at- 50c a box.: We gathered 70 boxes "- Irish potatoes and various other pro- ........-,.,_ =Q, .z-....<'.;; ,.. _- _
L. D. ducts. Some lettuce is being shipped
tending. but this lot did not bring so much. Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, .L.
Texas writes: "Of a is little late and
Waverly but
j These tickets should be on sale by but Edwards got $5 to $7 for it. This morning Of when first arising I often now potatoes are cabbage just now a being planted.It ""r"r"r"r"'r"r'r'tr"r"r"r'tr"'r"'r"'r'" " ;" " " ''' :

'( agents beginning on Saturday mornIng was along about 1872. The Borland find a troublesome collection of phel- -
which produces a cough and is wilt be 60 days: before any Irish
and will be good for returning Bros have since established big grovesat egm hard to dislodge; but a small
: very market.
are sent to
:, ,until Saturday Jan 31.Very Fort I"ers. but I understand they quantity 0 fBallard's Horehound Syrup potatoes 1 Cold i
all the old groves at will at once dislodge it and the trou- Storage
respectfully retained
S : have ble is over. I know of no medicine Tommy Donnelly and Harry Shunkfor

; A. M. WIXG Citra and promise to ship oranges that is equal to it and it is so pleas- seventeen years identified with the

Sec Florida Retail Merchants Asso- from that section.New York ant to take. I can most cordially recommend '
;- again it to all persons needing a I AL G. Fields ,Greater Minstrels, and

:A IEk- clationChamberlain's. Fruit &. Produce News. medicine for throat or lung trouble." I I two of the best minstrel comedians oceuts =
Sold by all druggists. m
who have ever been connected with
_
Cough Remedy Absolutely I Little BoKills a Wild Turkey. I -- '
Harmless. ''A Tampa's.Big Record for 1905. a minstrel organization will give a -- --

', The fault of giving children medicine double monologue in the Donnelly & I .. -'

containing injurious substances, "Like father like son" is an adage "Gained 10,000 in population. Hatfield magnificent minstrels. It We beg to Announce to the pub =
.is sometimes more disastrous than the be verified in the Bren- I ... --- ---------- ". -
IK that is about to ..-.. -I --- --- -' :
I ; -
tea m disease from which they are suffering. "Made 22,000,000 cigars. goes without saying: that this will be --

ill IP Every Chamberlain's mother Cough_ should Remedy know Is perfectly that- I nen family.when living supplied "Built 1,000 new buildings. one of the entertaining features of I lic that we are ready to cure -: .

: safe for children to take. It .. Oscar than "Paid the Federal government $:?,- this company: these gentlemen are -- ,I I

contains nothing harmful and for his house with more wiU meats 238,312.99 in revenues. sure to come forward with: a new I; 5 .M EAT S. We guarantee =: .
is unsurpass- This is a luxury ,
coughs, colds and croup almost anybody; .
1I druggists. mid "Held the biggest fair ever held in budget of jokes. They are both top I HMj HH M H Hi H MMHMM Ha H KHMMr .:.0;.
all
1&16 ed. For sale by thebereaved
.
\vTiich has been sadly missed by I'I'I == .I ..
'
.'" the Ban. ones until Christmas when Florida. notchers in minstrelsy and.fajnous as ::: satisfaction and solicit your pat-
' Another Pretty Flower for "Begun $300,000; ) worth of brick monologuists. At the Opera) house -- -
y little Guy shouldered his father's gun I -
C.- ,
ner. street paving. next Thursday night. -
m I
D and struck out to get a. turkey for ::: -
"Begun $100,000 worth of additional I II Ii ronage. :::
- -
t'- The Ocala Banner has issued a proclamation the Christmas dinner. lIe followed hisfather's sewerage. I i Dr. B. P. Richards, cashier] of the .-- -- --

r : for the New Year, declaring tactics secreted himself and "Begun deepening harbor channelto I bank of H. F. Dutton & Co.. |and W. -- Ii --

_ that It will be better and brighter than began tQ Imitate the turkey call. Pret- 20 feet"Bought Dale. secretary ot_the Duttqn: Phos -

m -' Banner points out ty soon a fine old gobbler put in his I 11\1. tor'I Ice a i
.t.. lit r ever before. The. single said he looked as the Tampa Bay Hotel property Co.. left Friday Atlanta I Ocala

>. .. th$ fact that there is not a appearance. Guy securing "magnificent park Ga., where they were summoned
r1 :
: -
:
he !
. However
popped
5.a m business enterprise in Ocala today big as an elephant. and assuring continuance of the hoteL witnesses in the case of the Guar- -

::: ( !that was there when the Banner was away and down came his feather- "Expanded in all lines of material anty Co., vs J. N. Strobhar. in a -, ':

. :;

- be proud of and the friends of the I I "Established hundreds of new industries I the Atlanta Coast Line while agent .
v. Fertilizer or Fertilizer j i
t, ; ; Banner thr ughout the state hope that I materials Buy your of Lang. Swartz & Co.. !I II I and business concerns."-Tampa i'I at Gainesville station. They may bei

-to V. It will live longer than 'it ever has |j agents for the Fla.Sanders. Fertilizer Co.. :[ Tribune.. I' absent: several days.-Gainesville i Sun. ji j jl jl jl jl'jl' jli.lijlijl. jiljl j '}lijl j 11\j1\l1lll\jl\11ijl\ \ \ \ 1't'

Herald. I J Jacksonville __ I .

I' ,""Ittin.mpa..: .- S


\ i
-'.
oj :--
I ,




-, -
'" '
: :
; .



11 ,


., .. J

: r' 1

? PAGE: EIGHT THE' OCALA BANNER FRIDAY JANUARY 19, 1906. :

-

AN OLD CITIZEN RESTS FAREWELL SERMON. KORESHENETY EXPLAINED. Card of Thanks.

FROM HIS LABORS. -- -

It is the Fulfillment of the Fullness of Mrs. S. A. Standley and desire
Rev. W. D. Turnley 4o Leave For family Strauss't
> Time-The Fruit of the Tree of to their sincere thanksto
J.X W. F. Eichelberger Died Yesterday express
Dade City. Life, This Fruit Being
at the Age of Seventy-five. the friends who sympathized with ;

Immortal Men. them in the great sorrow!!that fell up-

J. W.; F. Elchelberger one of the Last Sunday Rev, W. D. Turnley i on them last Sunday. They feel that Royal Reserve

pUneer citizens.of Sumter and Marlon pastor of the Baptist church, preached Dr. Cyrus Teed, the apostle of Kor- "He who tempers the wind to the

eshenety, who is building a city called
at his his farewell sermon, he leaves shorn lamb" has remembered them in
counties passed quietly away the New Jerusalem in Monroe county their sad hour of affliction and has \
this week for his new field of workat \
home, corner Kay 'and :Marion streets below Fort :Myers, and which he expects made_ their burden less grievous to be.'I .J

this city, yesterday afternoon, death Dade City ,by his consecrated will contain 'a million souls, lec- borne and the marks of kindness I
II
:, resulting from old age and a complication Christian life he has endeared himselfto tured in the auditorium of the Windsor shown them by the people of Ocala, I OC3L1 MINING LiBGRjW- .-::

of diseases at 1.25 o'clock. the good people of this communitywho hotel Jacksonville last Thursday the Elks, Woodmen of the World and F. T. SCHREIBER /' a

Mr. Eichelberger died at the advanc regret to see him leave. Areadia's night. the Fraternal Union will always be Member -

loss will be Dade City's gain. After He gave at length an explanation of remembered with much Consulting and Analtlcal.'Cht'1Uist. .
gratitude. ton-
ed'age of 75 years, surrounded in his cf the Society of Chemical Jnd -try.
the services' Sunday the church Koreshenety.The con tug Member the Ameaican Chem .
'
of his Im-
last moments by members ical Society.

mediate family and brother, Adam L. unanimously by a rising vote passedthe following is a condensed state- Stomach Troubles and Constipation."Chamberlain's .. P. O. Box 703, :
ment of his explanation: Stomach and Liver
Eichelberger, of Ocala. In his last following resolutions and presented Tablets are the best thing for stomach FtL.f Oct. 2*. 1901
"The Lord the of the OCALA,
was product z
moments he announced his readinessto him with a well filled purse, in troubles and constipation I have ever

token of their love and esteem: processes of involution, the concomitant sold," says J. P. Cullman; a druggist
die. assured of his preparation to & Co Wholesale Whisky
and co-ordinate of the processesof of-Potterville, Mich. They are easy o Messrs. Strauss ,
meet his Maker. Resolutions-Our beloved pastor W. take and always give satisfaction. I .

The deceased was one of the best- D. Turnley, having resigned the care evolution and was called the Son tell my customers to try them and if Merchants, Ocala, Kla,
of Man because he the not satisfactory to come back and set
was highest
kown men in Florida many years ago, of this church to take effect today it their money but have never had a Gentlemen.: In accordance with your

at one time being reccognized as .the is our desire to bear testimony to his product of the human race, as much complaint. For sale by all drug-

char- superior to the ordinary human as the gists. m nstructions I visited ( WaJt1Ue'CD
orange king of the State. He was deep- upright Christian life, spotless ycur
human is superior to the kingdom beneath -
: If religions and a skilled musician, acter, unselfish devotion and faithful it" "The Lord," he said "cdn- the 19th, instant, and personally selected

with great love for children. If such services: as pastor of this church for
a Do You Wish to
whIch stituted the first fruits of a new gen- from your stock a sample of"Strauss'
.
the three during
be possible-he was a. mac without anenemy. past years
of who would be the
us man offspring
By many,he was affectionately time the membership has increased
of the Son of God. The Lord was call- MAKE MONEY
known as "Uncle Frank," and to fifty per cent, the contribution for mis- Royil l Reserve"whisky
ed the Son of God because he was the
this great host of acquaintances his sions increasing until our church

stands second in the state in the mat- product of the divine overshadowing,
death will come with as great a shockas Growing i Good WatermellonsNext
which shows it to
missions.We and thus conceived through the func- the analysis o
does it to the bereaved family. ter of contributions to Year ..A
tion of a human virgin, whence he derived -
Mr. Eichelberger. leaves to mourn shall ever remember Bro. Turn- contain: 4;
his personality. All of the forcesof FROM EDEN SEED?
his deeease, a widow, a brother and ley with the tenderest love and affec- the spiritual divinity flowed into Alcohol (by weight), per cent. . .3G.Cti" ",

12 children, all of whom have the sym- tion and pray that wherever he may 43.01
the Son as the Son of Man progressedIn Alcohol (by volume), per cent. . .

pathy of the entire community their cast his lot the blessings of our Heav- his career and divine development. If so I can help yu start right by supplyingseed Degree proof, per cent, . . . .87.10 t
children who survive him enly Father may attend him and be at a reasonable price. 0.660
loss. The Residue on evaporation, p cent. .. .
Every attribute possessed by the God- Last spring the ravages of rats forced me to
are Walter, Willie, John, Douglas upon him. plant my watermelon crop three times before a Ash, per cent . . .. . . 0.011 ,
Charlie and Love, Estelle, Rosie and We request that this resolution be head finally became the attribute of stand was secured. Consequently my melons Reducing cent 0.25
sugar .s
the Son who was the material habita- ripened too late for profitable shipment and per II II II II
Fleecy Eichelberger, and :Mrs. R. A. spread upon our minutes a copy duly instead of allowing them to decay I saved seed Volatile acids, per cent. .'. .. II 0.07""
tion of the invisible who in the following painstaking frlm
divinity, wascompletely :manner per
Jackson, Mrs., J. T. Moore and Mrs. signed by our clerk be given to Bro. fectly shaped sized and ripened selected mar- Amyl alcohol (fusel oil), per cent. 0.073
within the Son. This he
Crawford.-Tampa Tribune Turnley-Arcadia News.Wants etmelons..the first on live vines.

January Augustus 11. added Scripture to confirm, quotingthe thrown Both ends away of the each melon melon SPlit and were the cut perfectly oil and The above results show the whisky to bea

answer of Jesus to Phillip's request matured seed taken from the centef and dried
Manatee to do Like Marion. with spehral care. No seed were saued from carefully blended brand of, high grade
"Show u" the Father and it decayed melons.
Flowers for Ocala.
I I Ii' The people of Manatee county have sufficeth us." "Have I been so long and I guarantee asjgood as these have seed ever to been be grown.strictly first class and that it has been disstilled from a clean, pure grain mash

To show our utter and altogether "dilly dallied" long enough on truck- time with thee and hast tbou not chantile As to my agency responsibility responsible I re6er business to any concern mer- The amount of fusel oil and of volatile acids is very low. i

business which is all known me, Phillip? Believe me, I am
good will for Ocala, and for that mat- ing and orange Respectfully, 1

ter, for every other town in the state right as far as it goes, and should in the Father and the Father in me." 75c per pound F. T. SCHREIBER, Chemist.FOUR i

tkat is alive, enterprising and pro- really have precedent over anything The lecturer, says the reporter of ij

the Jecksonville :Metropolis, maintained -
gressive, we take pleasure in repro- else, but what we've got to come to
is stuff and living at that as the product of the plantingof
dncing the following amiable defenseof raising more Henry D. Still

the "Brick City" from "Short home. This Idea of only working threeor the Lord in the race, which was accomplished FULL QUARTS $3.50 EXPRESS PREPAID.
Blackville
S. c.
through the operation of ,
Talks" In the Jacksonville TimesUnion four months in the ;year and expecting -
the Holy Spirit, and which was the
which is always ready to say a to get rich. from one vegetableor Eden Seed.

good word for every town and every orange ,crop is a myth, and we justas substance of the dematerialized per- I .
\ sonality of the Lord, there would be
understand it Any
section of Florida. well right now. I

"The Commercial declares that man with energy and common sense, produced the multiplication of the : It
of and that these WillI & CO.
make Sons God. sons STRAUSS
it
"Ocala is taking her: cue from Lees- by working right, can money
would constitute the fruit of the tree
county
burg and making a move.' But when and good money in Manatee .
but he can't do It of life, this fruit bzeing immortal men I
by working only
did Ocala stand still? It is true she
who would mature in the earth and Sole Owners and Distributors
three four months in the and
has been accused of .:moving back- or year I

ward, and now we know she Is rush- spending the balance of the time upon the basis of evolution would Pay You !

Its forward but we never heard that wearing out the seat of his pants constitute a higher- type of the human OCALA, FLORIDA a

she stood still. She has been hard- around town whittling up dry goods being perfect immortal and in- You have any Real Estateto
corruptible. The time is at hand for IF
hit-like the rest of us by cold and boxes.-Manatee Record. sell, -- -
I this new race to appear as indicated
fire-but_ she has had a special blowof !
Kissimmee. by the movement of the sign Aries,
her own in the temporary collapseof OR
passing from the constellation PIs- McMillan Bros. 't j
the phosphate industry but Ocala Orange shipping is still heavy at -
ces, into the constellation Aquarius.
isn't dead, and she never sleep's, this place and will continue so for You're thinking of coming x
Dr. Teed enunciates his convictions I IF -
Leesburg has had her steady and triumphant some time. The Waters-Carson Gro- to Florida for. a home j
with that positiveness which accompanies Southern Copper Works
march which now promisesa cery Co., are handling about all the .
I ,
the assurance of being firm-
culmination in which we rejoice with fruit here. This county had one of I OR Manufacturers of
utters. Turpentine Stills
her, but she shouldn't bite her thumbsat the best fruit displays at the late I
You desire to in
her neighbors, sisters and friends. state fair, and a good many people The Preacner.We IF I kind of Florida invest property any and General Metal Workers.Old
,
And as for following in her wake, the think it ought to have had first prize. .
have heard a good deal of crit-
wise are always willing to profit by W. L. VanDuzor, a real estate agent
icism within the past few months directed TO SEE
the experience of others. In some' here, says there is a great demand r
at the preacher.He OR WRITE
would gladly see Jackson- orange groves and orange and truck
things we Stills taken in
; the exchange for
took a vacation, something new ones. Patching ,
tile more like Leesburg. lands in this sl"Ctfon.Ir.. Van Duzor devil would never think of doing. through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

"Dig a ditch between the oceans," isa large grower himself, having a 3d He raised his voice in protest J. H.lIYINGUON, &SONS wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

say we all. "Give us deep water," acre grove. against moral wrongs in the affairs of J follcwmg works -. .


shout Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa Ocoee. state-another thing the devil would OCALA. FLORIDA.LUMBER.

and a dozen others. "Dig canals from never think of doing. FAYETTEVILLE N. C.

the lakes to the center of the city" Ocoee, Jan 3.-This is quite an orange SAVANNAH, GA
These and other things. WelL
demands Leesburg. But where are and trucking section, and there Preachers cannot escape criticism. JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE, ALA

the diggers? What's the matter with are some fine groves and gardens here. !
They probably do not expect to es-
the Chinese cheap labor, if all others Among the largest groves are these: cape.

fall? If we want digging, we must Fifty acres, belonging to B. M. Sims;

have diggers, and we must have no 30 acres, belonging to W. J. Minor; 25 But .. t .
Did you ever stop to put yourself in ROUGH and
discrimination against color, according acres belonging to D. O. Maguire, and We Never Our
your pastor's place? We are talkingnow DRESSEDDry DisapPoint Patients
to the President.-Leesburg Com- 9 acres, belonging to Wm. P. Blankelee. -
of the pastor of a city church
mercial. The shipments of oranges from with a large membership.Do Siding, Flooring and Ceilin w. Fulfill Erin Promise and .eur Mold Out False Msee.

this place have been heavy, and thereis WE CURE Strlotu. 'WauIO.' Itsi bU..I'M_".... "'erte.Nto' ib1R1
you think two sermons a week, pal. 01' det.attoa fro_ baslsssa. 0......... D.... star
A Grim Trabedy.is much fruit jet' in the groves. Gar- however good they be, is his only B. H. SeymourOcala cur.4 liner to r.ura, withoutt taoreary 01' tala.ral..,.". ..... .t Maa7
daily enacted, in thousands of dening here is late, and very little may Tiger'Poelt..,..r.41 aosttA.butbas..,....
kmes, as Death claims, in each one, stunt? Do you realize that he is at c t Tile Dr.&Jar Ih41H1 C.II la I.stltetle.org.e1u4....,aM
of or stuff Is going to market.-Xew York Fla.UcHER law'ortt.state .f Geort1a tor IM 1"1 nest &ad..no!
victim Consumption
aaother
Pneumonia. But when Coughs and Packer. the beck and call of a lot of people ........................... _. ......... .. ....-.........- ; nerroa'ssdehtoe1.&uue.tmuuuoa.la ta fie etIet eouauag Dr. N peetab't K. K eF ,tl.loeadet slog \a

Clds are properly treated, the tragedyis day and night? t >7 a ring of enlBOBI ph,elda..aM set M....
averted. F. G. Huntley, of Oakland His church is made up of all kindsof and MACKA } 7 Our sa.eus I.'".kflU.ot esnatelssa.. II u/arp M
led .
ts.di.sl
.n. Ind. writes: "My wife had the Exciting Contest in Escambia. ; ws ese Ntlt... elMt.tt.al.I' '".
persons. It requires the tact and I OllPolicea. iiil f4 vtth A4 tie alrub. f !.ital.
consumption, and three doctors gave tlL I-ra",Ylold ray.ud plasa rays' tact ..:: .ueo.a
her up. Finally she took Dr. King's ability of a general to fuse them all eostrtruoeteenl.tlsmedtalarutgsloa Mtuaaulaasae
New Discovery for Consumption The enatorial contest in Escambia. .Ode" h eery rupees, sad .. -tlol aee. k. ". .....
into There is less inured tad ..
one spirit. more or emol. al&ee4uta.
.1tiu11 esib.d .
which cured her, IN ..1d gndsewM
Coughs and Colds,
u4 Uceua4
county is going to be one that will ptysltdut b.1ag I.tl.rg..
aad today she is well and strong. It friction. There are misunderstandingsand W. mplor DG .1a\t1\ bl, ..* t* .nro patlata ..o1wj
kills the germs of all diseases. One furnish plenty of excitement. Hon. prejudices and jealousies and back purouMio C.Our' or mauk.4 for "
\iit1"e'' bythti s,
tnituilofc aa/eu'ro'unJ
\ term tor'real.. ,
dose relieves. Guaranteed at 50c and I
51.00 by Tydings & Co., druggists. John S. Beard, a well known publicman bitings. The church militant is not FUNERALDIRECTORS. 'II 10110.00 of per BioDtfem dlci0ri laoid4j! a ..,Ire'k.......
uce a wlthtl
t. cure I VfWibV**Witt..
and lion. J. Campbell Avery,
Trial bottle free m composed entirely of saints. The pas- I9 CHROMIC ifmU '
member of the last house, and bothof tQEbFfOitnENC I t *' r: r
tor who holds his place year after IUds u
A Fine Bank Statement. Pensacola, will contest for the po- 1 1f'i iNLltUI JJLUf'l' lhpt1U'f U IMSsai
qtr year must have executive ability of a \\\J UHTILCUU1DtJeuea.. :
sition. Both gentlemen have a large -1-1 Noes. TUoo&, Jt
high order, and many sleepless nightsare N. K. KINa M. a Chronle ) .*&..> .
By reference to another column the circle of friends throughout the entire Hav" a full stock of Coffins Casket O4IE' ComuLmM PHTIIOUM. 17.astsrs1Disoharge.aad.scL.uta! \VetA.a. such.. U : *UI"'",
his portion. .. .f tro....
statement of the Commercial bank state who would be glad to see them and Burial Outfits. Dtcialgiven to W r!I j.e US today regudl.r rout C ll41UOlif yes 1M alrll fir strisotel. O..r.q..l ...
lIe must visit the sick, bury the Burial service.( teDJ1 yea see l1yrUur.I11c1uCl1nIJlDpt...bluk.for bums tra&1ai.-
will be seen. This bank is keeping successful, and it is safe to say that I CONSULTATION EXAMINATION AND :

steps with the progress that is reported each will do his best to win the po age dead,the comfort despondent the ,bereaved lift up, the encour-fal- I. Embalming to Order DR. KING MEDICAL., ItJ litiie5s.ht, ADVlCIfRk&atlanta. Ga.

from all sections of the state.It sition.-Tampa Herald. --.. .. .. ..... -- ., .-...
len, keep an eye on the choir, elders, -- r--
has nearly reached the million dol-
deacons and ushers. To hundreds he
lar mark. Dr. IIy Robinson, its president Tampa Still Marching Along. must be guide, philosopher and Jerry Burnett, -- _. --_ .. -

is one of the most cautious and
T friend.
conservative business men in Florida,
The coming of two large cigar fac- Moreover he must keep in touch Merchant
but at. the same time is progressiveand S. A. STANDLEY
tories to Tampa within a week of each with things. lIe must be up to date & CO
is quick to encourage every solid
other is abundant proof that the su- in every particular. An old fogy
and substantial enterprise.Dr. .
perority of this city as a place of preacher in a city pulpit will last Tailoring.
S. II. DUtch, manager of theY
Y manufacture of clear Havana cigarsis about as long as a dish of ice cream The PinQacle of Human Skip
Commercial branch bank of this city,
beyond question. The return of exposed to the July sun. Where he Ocala, Florida.
speaks encouragingly of the progress
s, the Manarara Brothers is especially gets time to read and study and think
it Is making, but it could hardly do Finest Imported and: Has been reached in our carriage,
gratifying to their old-time friendsin and write is a mystery.
"- otherwise with so energetic and pop- Domestic Cloths. .
the city where they lived for so And this is the man worn to a fraz- buggies and harness. The only way
ular a man at his head. ,
many years. There are others zle, to whom you begrudge a vaca- Cutting a Specialty
-._ they can ever be better is to raise the
coming of equal importance, and the FitsGuaranteed.Education: .
Shivering Fits.
Sickening tion.This
or Ague and Malaria, can be relieved year 1906 will see additions to the is the man and citizen with pinna:>le-elerate 'the standard-and

aid cured with Electric Bitters. Thisis cigar manufacturing strength of the love of God and home and native land I even then
a pure, tonic medicine; of especial our vehiclea'wiU. be found
benefit in malaria for it exerts a true city of Tampa equal to those of any whom you would have keep silenceIn

curative Influence on the disease, driv- previous year-Tampa Times. the face of the liquor menace and Mail at the top. They are not so high In ;
tag It entirely out of the system. It is by -
Much to preferred to Quinine, hav- other moral and political wrongs. prices though, as to be out of reach
Ho leaving borne to edo
or employment jet an
e lag none of this drug's bad after Lost-Pointer dog, named Jane. Don't put your petty burdens on his cation. Cblizt only ipart tune ftodjug it bom% CIf",

e ects. E. S. Munday, of Henrietta, Liver colored, with tipped legs and shoulders. Give your preacher a Book-keeping; Anthmrtlc, Algebra Geometry r. of most vehicle users. Let us quote
Texas. writes: "My brother was very Gramm&r,Bhetoria 8ciencet BiItoI'1L1tmetc.!
l.w with malarial fever and jaundice; flanks. F ur years old. Liberal reward chance. Help him to do his duty. Tlaet"H&1a11 T..U JIa Te4cben r.Ide4toJIUIIaminMinu.'J1' you figures.

till he took Electric Bitters, which I if delivered at the stable of J. :, He is the salt' of the earth.-Palatka too.Addi ,L,I.811t<&E9P&latkaFlae of solves Catsloga.
saved his life. At Tydings Co., drugstore I!
R. :Martin & Co. d-w-tf News. LIVERY FEED &
; price 50c guaranteed. m I -' SALE STABLE

i
I
.

-4





,.. ;t, .Y..' .., ." -. ...-. -., .> ... .". .-f'o. _
""" : .'.>>. '- . ._ .- .. _' .,. .
:
: ""_ ". .: : : : '. .
< :; ,;. _. "' -- ':'--. _, .. .4



TiII \ .:


*


; .
.

_
.... I

__ THE OCALA" BANNER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1906 PAGE ELEVEN. _
-
-- ----- _______. : .
-
LOUISIANA VETERANS MEET. GENERAL LEE'S BIRTHDAY WANT BUFFALO TERMINALS. { 1rofc iottI11.
f !

,.. : big"mcaly" I TO'BE CELEBRATED. I ; ------- ......... I
\," [ft.O'OD mIfldT- ,
cdnnot United Confederate Veterans and Affiliating I -* I Competing Railroad Companies are K. DFUUKK L. F.BI.ALOCK
t'
6 .
CtTLLEi 3WLOCK.Dentists.
p Organizations Now in Daughters of the Confederacy Will Fighting for Privileges-Railroad

; .be producedvithout. Session in Crecsent City. I Give Silver Tea Friday After- I Commission Hearing Case $5,000 BANK DEPOSIT

,- .-,1 noon and Evening. I Over:Munroe & Chambliss Back Ocala Fla. i R. R. Fare Paid. Nt
I taken on tuition. BEST -
i ya' liberal amount of.. Special to the Ocala Banner. Special to the Ocala Banner. '!' E.BIGGS. i and: cheapest on earth. Don delay. Writs ,0-day. -

New Orleans Confederacywill New Jan. l7.-The { GEORGIA-ALABAMA BUSINESS COLLEGE lacoa.G>
,' La., Jan. 17.-The an- The Daughters of the Buffalo. York. .

':-POTASH in the fertilizer -' nual reunion of the Confederate-Vet- give a silver tea for .the benefitof I State Railroad Commission, will meet ATTORSEY-\T.LA W. NOTICE. -

here today to hear arguments in the (OiceInGary.Aguew Block.) .
less erans opened here today. Several the Confederate Monument fund at OCALA. F'.ORJD I -
|: -not than tenjf matter of the applications for a certificate Notice of Application for Tax Deed
thousand people from all parts of the the residence of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Under Section 8 8884
necessary for a terminal by the J M. THOMPSON.; .1 Chapter .-

: cent. It be south are in' the Scott, Fort King avenue, per must city and more are I Buffalo. Lake Erie and Niagara rail- PHYSICIAN AND aCRGEON. Notice is hereby given that Thomas

still from 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon to road The wantsto Lawton purchaser of Tax Certificate.
company
arriving here with every train. company. Office over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp Moutezinna.
;
F in the form ofSulphate Xo. 196. dated the 2nd day of June A.
: The local camps of the Confederate 10 o'clock in the evening. Friday is run a belt line around Buffalo, The OCALA. FLA. D., 1902 has filed said certificate la .

Veterans the anniversary of the birthday of line covers practically the same territory my office and has made applicatU
|: of POTASH of highest organized and affliated orga- I as that covered by the Buffalo EDWIN SPENCELATTORNEYATLA for tax deed to Issue In accordaic -
nizations had made extensive prepar- General Robert E. Lee and for this with law. Said certificate embracesthe

ations for the reception and entertain- I. reason the 19th of January was Selected I Terminal Railroad company which W, following described property sit

quality. ment of the by the Daughters as a suitable has also applied for such a certificate. OCALA. :7-8-v FLORIDA uated in Marion county Florida U-
.. visiting veterans and j wit: Northeast quarter except 31.IJ

Plant Food" and "Truck Farming" are they are meeting with a most hospi- j day for holding their entertainment. A The two companies are composed: of K; CHASE, acres, section 23, township 13, south. -
II rival business and the commis- J Range 22 East, 126 The said
men acre
tiontable I musical and literary will be _
: two practical books which tell of the success. reception. The opening sesI I program land being assessed at the date of tile

1. growing of potatoes and the other garden ion of the fifteenth annual convention rendered both in the afternoon /tnd culty in solving the problem before DENTIST, issuance of such certificate In tfa. .

I;: truck-sent free to those who write for. them. of the Louisiana division United Con evening and this tea promises to bea them. The frontier company was denied OCALA FL nameof Thomas James. Unless tall

certificate last and the certificate shall be redeemed according -
AdJres GERMAN KALI WORKS. federate Veterans will meet here at !. specially interesting event. Everyone a year I pARLOS L. SISTRCNK. to law, tax deed will issue there a

I", Pew York-OJ Nassau Street. or ,. the same time and the members of the is very cordially invited to be sioners will .have considerable, difl>- on the 29th day of January. A. D-

% Atlanta. Qa.-22li So. Broad Street. latter I. present. present application is practically' a ATTORN EY.4.T.LAW. 1906. 1 S
organization will ,probably, Witness my official signature aaj
renewal of the former application.The Room 4, Maic: Building
tend the camp fire meetings of the I seal this the Tth day of December A.
: MAVORDUNNEONWARPATH.Y CLAIM BEING DEPORTED. railroad commissioners will haveto D., 1905.
United Veterans, which will be held I Ie'ery
B. N.SINCLAIR -
t [Seal
----- decideon the strength of the testimony Miss ] S. T. SISTRUNK.
evening duiing the convention. I I Clerk Circuit Court, Marlon County.

Says Dives in Windy City Must Disappear .. I Members of Cigar Makers Union are in and arguments offered which STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER.and Florida. u-It.

-Will$ not be Tolerated SAW MILL MEN MEET. Havana ami Say They Were Made one of the two rival companies, if Notary Public. -

\.. After May 1.J' To Leave Key West. any, is entitled to a certificate.; It is NOTICE.
Special attention to.out of Town Work
safe, to say that, no matter what the
Georgia and Florida Association Hold Commercial Bank, Ocala. Fla.. :
of railroad I, Taxes are due and payable oo the fir*
decision the commissionersmay
: Special to t he Ocala Banner.
Annual Special to the Ocala Banner.
Meeting at Brunswick- . .. .... Monday November ol each ,e.t. .5
'- -
: Chicago 111., Jan. ..17.-The owners Will Meet ;in Jacksonville I Havana, Cuba, Jan., 17.-Six men be, the company ruled out will 2. Personal rd poll taxes mart be 1)&t4Itt'e

appeal to the courts to have the, decis- John We & Co. same time that real estate is paid on, u assessments -
arrived in this from West
1 of the dives which cluster around the Next Fall. city Key are to the same party.

lower part of the down town business and stated they had been ,forcibly ion of the commissioners set aside. LOUISVILLE. KY. I i 3. If possible com in person to pay v..r
< The result be that the line will EmbIllWIS3tEIJIoeet taxes Paying mail or through other partie
made to leave that self may I
by con-
Special to the Ocala Banner.' place is frequently unatisl.cU
Mitel,n.. >ry.
; district have been notified by the
\ ,
not be built for several
aid torn
*
Brunswick Ga., Jan. 16.-The Geor- stituted commitee citizens. years. f 4. When you come to pay your taxes brur a
tchief of police that they wil not be FURSand description from your deed or latest Us receipt -
gia and Florida Sawmill Association They came from Tampa to Key of what you wish to pay on.

b- tolerated in that locality after May 1, West several but notallowed Assessor's Notice.I Hides. Don't wait till last few .
met in this city today. Tile lumbermen days ago, were S. day of time to ".
If 1$04. This announcement at first I W..I.. then expect the bent service either ty nail rm 4-
want the railroad to equip cars to remain here. The state department will be at the following places on person. The rush Is then on and delays areunavoidable. -

fy.- caused considerable consternation and with movable stakes and binders. A at Washington has bees time specified to receive returns of You must take your tura at it

", chief of police that they will not bet I committee of nine was appointed to asked to investigate the mater. property Meet me and with agricultural correct descriptions statistics. Wears: the sols agent for the celebrated I comes 6. You, must have your property properly assessed 4

surprise among the owners who meet with railroad representatives at of your property and you will -never Genuine Earpen Leather Qsois. Ocala Fur! ,if you wish to avoid trouble in payiaevl
of taxes. The collector cannot alter the vU
|f'. are mostly! ward politicians from the Old Point Comfort on February 1 to Written for the Ocala Banner: have any trouble. 1906. aitun Co. ation or description of assetements found oa the '
January ------- --
tax: book. E. L CARNBY, Tai Collector.
After awhile began
administration. they consider this matter. The committeewas LAKE WEIR. :Martel 22:, a. m. Bad Outlook for Tomato Growers. 10375 11 Marion County,Ocala, Fla. .
doubt the sincerity of the Cotton Plant, 22 m.
to police p.
full be this
given power.A The tomato crop will late
Heidtsville, 23, 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.Dunnellon. .
department and came to the conclusion committee of nine was appointedto Years. Ah! more than a hundred years 24. :i spring-if at all-and the probabilityis NOTICE APPLICATION FOR LEAVE

that the order was merely ago. Romeo, 25, 11 a. m. to 2 p. m.Blitchton. late TO SELL MINOR'S
meet with the manufacturers of the Nature formed thee, lone, and still, 26 that if the planters try for a LAND.
a. m.
:' like so many other previous orders, a gulf coast, looking to closer affiliation in your circling shore, Kendrick 29, a. m. there will be less than one thousand -

Kheme to throw sand into the eyes of in I Midst sunny skies above green forest Martin, 29, in. MOTICEIS HEREBY GIVKN THAT OX THK ,
the matter of grading inspectionsand hung below. p. trees In Dade county. The outlookat II othdioDecewberAD 1905. I will a*. -
had thoroughly moss Lowell 30, a. m. ply tofthe Honorable
the public. which become Joseph Bell county judge
price Changing waters of this lonely present is gloomy.-Miami "News.
Reddick, 30. p. m. in and lor Manon county, elate of Honda. at -.
disgusted with the lawless con- Mobile, Ala.. was selected as the I lake! Fairfield, 31, a. m. : his office in Ocala,in Mid county for an order -

dillon of certain dlsruptable street Laughing dimpling, thundering till Irvine, 31, p. m. UFebruary authorizing me,a* guardian ol the miner. W I.
place to hold this meeting on Febru- your shores quake! 1906. f Messrs. Lan ,*.Swartz & Co. arethe. ham Ross Chambers to Mil at private sale tke .
mayor received Information that the ary 13. On thee. no sail had yet been furled > following property belonging to said estate, U-
Flemington 1
a. m.
Authorized of the Sanders wit: Twenty chaIn. square in the BertheM
Embosomed in wilderness agents
flowery undreamed -
.
t. did not fear serIous Central 2. :: > ,
diveVnt" any It was discovered that the output a. m. cornerof the Uredonda Grant inhecttoatwei*
world!
of
the
interference and were ""mak by Gf'iger.2 p. m. i.; Fertilizer Co., of Jacksonville. If ty (aol Township twelve (u) couth, K* ge
had been curtailed cent since
-: fifty per )McIntosh 3, p. m. twenty one (21)easttoataiuingforty ((4(,) acre
ing no preparation to move from the the first of the year because of.the A bundled years, go back or more Shady Grove, 5, a. m. you are needing fertilizers, or anything more or less
i Then see! from the dim past comesto Said land belonging to the said miner. U to
he sent I I Santos 5, p. m. in the fertilizer line, you will do
forbidden district Thereupon I rainy season. view w sold for the best interest of MM!raioot tic,.
Belleview 6.
word tt) them through the police department The Littlefield compulsory pilot bill Indian tents, dotting thy waters. his Pedro, 7,, a. m. well to figure with them before buy- 11-17 This tle tsth MARY day G.of CHAMBERS.November 1905 Ouarduk.,

that the order issued was was discussed. but no action was tak- I Hunting frail canoe.in these happy hunting Lev'on. 7. p. m.Summerfield .Rg. ---.
8
a. m.
'premptory and meant exactly what H en. Jacksonville, Fla., was selected as grounds Candler, 8, p. m. Twenty pounds of sugar for $1.00 ADMINISTRTAOR'S NOTICE.

t: said. Since then there has been con- the next meeting place. Calmly end.they live no warning of their I OkUwaha, 9 p. m. at the Fair. x

Eastlake, 10, a.
m.
f!" : viderable activity among the politi- Soon told, from the mystic future Wiersdale 10, p. m. NOTICE IS HERKBY GIYBX TO AH

tans of the wards in which these I In the Circuit Court Today. sounds. Linadale, 12: a. m.' who.hold claims of any kind iputU
> tne e..tate
ofjames Ration Howard late ol Marion -
dives are located and several efforts i I '_ Crowning thy beauty of vale, and Drawdys 12. noon. county deceased to present the same tar .
: I Moss, Bluff, 13, a. m. payment duly proven to the underwent administrator .
have been made to Induce the mayor : Judge BulkKk will hold a sessionof h i1\\s.:8100ms.
Electra within
13, p. m. the time presented by taw,.
to rescind the action or, at least, extend the circuit court today for the purpose : violet, red daffodills.trumpet, bluebell Lynne, 14, a. m. and in default thereof this notice will be pleaded -
daisy and Graham 'il1e, 14,_ 1 to 3 p. m. in bar ol such payment. My poktofnce address .
the time. Mayor Dunne has def of hearing motions for new trialsin Midst thy vines ferns and grass, Connor, 14, 3 to 5 p. m. is Grahamvilie Fla
The hued flag must tell, Nov a gth. 1905. HATTOX HOWARD.
many
to rescind or in any the cases tried last week. The Churchill. 15, p. m.
lined however In railbow colors to those that pass, Administrator ol the estate of James II ttU..
which the most interest cen- Eureka. 16, a. m. Howard. u lit
bay change the order. cases on The marsh beneath the queenly
Daisy, 16 p. m.
ters are those of Shaw Thompson. magnolia above, Fort McCoy, 17, a. m.

MARSHALL FIELD PASSES AWAY convicted of manslaughter and sen- Smiles in moonlit beauty 'midst gray Pine (school house) 17 p. m. NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S S.Lt

I mossy dell Orange Springs 21, p. m.
tenced to five years in the Florida: And Cherokee roses whisper the Citra 22. .

Chicago Millionaire Dies in New York I convict camps. and the case of J. \V.Crosby Indians undying love. Sparr 23. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OP A CKRTAl
1#, Anthony, 24. rendered by t he Honorable VT. 8.BuUcck .
-Struggled With Pneumonia for against the Atlantic Coast They are gone now the wild birds March, 1906. Stales'erurel"nre'frC"'ali thin I fan, otbcr m.kc Pattf ci pal terlll.ltll.llIt"eUIlIte4 Ibuu e. judge ol the circuit court of the Mil.

Eight Days. Line railway, in which he was given pick their food, Ocala, from 5th to 31st. account of their style, accuracy and simplicity. judicial circuit of the Mate ol Florida. silt:..;i.chancery .
Where rise the waves, %r sink .and IUd'aWI lU..zluITbe Queen of Fashi..)ku tor Marion county in a certain calle
; damages in the sum of $: ,OOO. lear their brood: Alfred Ayer Assessor. Bore lubst-ribert than any other Ladis'Mar in*. Out pending therein wherein June K Chace u

l-12-tf. year's subscription((12_numbers)cots:30 ee!!.... Litestnumbrr complainantandAiuiieM, Chandler and Heary .
my
"Si-eclal to the Ocala Banner. The parties at issue are representedby I The snapper and alligator soon on a cent. E ery subscriber f els Mciau ru W. Chandler are defendants, sttd' d. sandy brink in dreams, I tern Free. Sub.cnb today.Laly rendered th 18th
Marshall counsel and the on day ol November A. U.
17. arguments
I New York. Jan. very able While o'er head is heard the eagle's NOTICE. .1...,.Wate4. HanJs.i..pnah.'a.si! 1905.<< 1 wilt offer for sale and will sell to the
k'g Field the wealthy Chicago, merchant, today will be very strUng and force shrill scream. liberal caih camraininn. Pattern Catalotueof( 6oe.*. highest and best bidder for cah. at public cat-
: float level signs) and Premium Catalogue showuif 40* prmuumi) cry before the court houe door (south)in fc.la.
The and fishbird
crane on Notice is that the
given
hereby on Addreu ..
I t died )esterday afternoon at his apart- ful. wingsIn tent free. THE McCALL Co..h YwfcSTOCKHOLDER'S Manon county, Florida between theirs;*! hart
7th and 8th of February, 1906 the
Hollad House, this city. W. S. Bullock will leave on and in -- -- ----- ot sale on the first Mjnday in January A D
ments in the Judge mid blue sky, your sedgy Board of County Comissioners of Mar- MEETING.The 1906; to-wit

after an lllnes of over a week of pneu- the 28th for Key West and will hold briak ion, county, Florida, will be .in session JsNi.aryuI9u4.
Blooms the lilly, midst the leaves the to receive and consider plans and
monia. court in that city on the 30th. On the marsh hen sings. the following real property .liu4e, UUg aid
specifications for a new court house
annual meeting of the stockholders being in Marion county. Florid to-wit:
The immediate family of the deceased 18th of February he will hold a term for Marion county Florida, to be Lolli three(3)) aodfour(4)( ) of Mack twraty.

him during his last moments of the Hillsborough circuit court, at Now mystic lake, the past is dead and erected on the public square in Ocala of the Ocala Fbundry and Machine filtbt(3' ) of Old survey of (leal.. UCt-tXia<
were with gone, at a cost of from $50,000: to $63,000: and works will be held at the office of the forty (40) feet east and west by a ve ty....> (;||
having been notified of his dangerous which time the famous Wilder trial And all around your tandy grassy all architects are invited to submit feet not th and !south in the ithwet fwriri
o oast. and that time.II. company in the city of Ocala, Fla.. on of lot three .3). or so mueh thereof *.. _au.
condition some tl.iys ago. will be heard. For some time past Rises gardens in plans specifications by. necessary tv sattaly Mid d.crcr r.d ..>>.
holies ,
your .
groves W. Long Wednesday, 10th January, 1906,
remains have been sent to Chicago -1.1.The Judge Bullock has been a very busy dawn: L W DUVAL
'hairman.. Board of County Commissioners -
at 11 o'clock a. m. for the election of Special M"t" in(......" .
for burl.il. Inter:nent will, be man and will continue to be so foi Nothing but your wild beauty whispers of Marion county,. Florida. ALLRFD&DAMS.
low. Attest: S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk. l-12-4t officers and transaction of other busi Collators for Comptawaat u|
In the Greenwood cemeten", one of some weeks to come. In spirit voices that over thee hover,
l
the best burial grounds in the I On star-lit nights of your lover. ness. Above sale baa lie puntpoaMl is'
kept
Nine Years Old. i Who named thee Amaskohegan. moonlit N. W. HARISON, Monday, Feb. 5. 1M$,
country. water. I W. DUVAU
I CHAS. E. THOMAS Pres. *
J. N. Field of Manchestei. England, -- Special' Ma *< In CllaD lry,
_
Never his beautiful water Sec. 1-5-lt -
establishment of Messrs dreaming -
The banking
will take
a brother of the deceased,
hpint Ferry's Seeds are.test tx>can5 WBiicwssful ADMINISTRATRIX S NOTICE OF FNA
its .
charge of the vast merchantile inter- Munroe & Chambliss celebrated Embowered in flowery dale lulled by yean liave teen H'-nt m
their n ve1ul'nant-Ialf a rti.uiryof TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.- 'DISCriAftQe.
ninth birthdayWednesday.. music of the sea, exi rt <;ire m making llituisnpenor ... ---
its for the present. Would bloom into prosperity's site. to all others NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
: When these gentlemen launched out Disclosing to man, toiling in joy, orvoe's We are sjieualists in trowing In County J dlt''. Court MnoHonda. CS'iv:
flower arvl >p/wnMe svedt. 1:1 Re KUU W if. -&sM.
J .
CASE. in the banking business the outlookfor sting.Showering lIsoG heed .
GREEN AND GAYNOR I' Annual free. _____ United States Land Office Gainesville U.--- .
on them, with unsparing D. M. FERRY& CO.
the Brick City did not contain the ,
VOITICh Is I1 ItK8GIYIN TO ALL
-
hands Fla., Dec. 18 1905.
,
,
Detroit ,
-
Seventy.two Are Summoned to I roseate hues of the rainbow. Other I I Labors rich fruit, grown from your : Mich., whom may cuttccrittiMt us UM vuddr
An-I I golden sands. : IS HEREBY GIVEN /y- From Which banks had just failed and Ocala was NOTICE
Thursday,
ser 1 compliance with the provi- I the undersigne will apply to the Ha%,
Jury Will be Chosen. passing through a crisis and needed I 10h: gemlike deep! wedded to your pp Bcllju.l ot said court. as iwtfC at .. i
sions of the act of Congress of June for k final dtschaiKc a. AdntMMrwtr tI
Savannah. Ga.. Jan. 16.-The Greene helpful and nervy hands at her helm I encircling shore, 3. 1878. entitled "An act for the sale estate( J. F. Hdw.... eCIe.. ... ... .t
: its I. With strange wonders in your clear same tune I will preneM to .. 4c ..n amy k 3.
of
drawn into channels safety.
her
at last to tide I
has
and Gaynor case depths found ')f timber lands in the States of California accounts adauuMUtfiru ot A'ttUU*,

tortuous length over the ground of By purchasing the bank building and Came to thee a stranger from England's Oregon Nevada, and Washington as>k for their app10-
sunlit Dated this Nov, jH A P loft.
land.
luminaries that have been so deslrately starting a banking building, these gen- I Not knowing the voice of Amasko- I I Territory," as extended ,to all U. C.".....

fought by counsel for the de- tlemen gave h .
I I ..,-.
f..Iant through this to the lay our citizens and were real benefac- Changed thy name moonlit water to ust 4, 1892, John D. Robertson, of :
Lake Weir.Immortal __ W URMlON[ -- --.---_.-
Ocala, county cf Marion State (or
mind. wilderness of pleas in abatement tors to OUB business interests and the beautiful deep what can NOTICE .
FOR PU8L1CA TION.
Territory), of Florida has this day filed -
pleas in Jurisdiction pleas in people generally rejoice in the great .. with thee compare?
in this office his sworn statementNo. Departm-i't of the luenor Lad "" e al
bar and demurrers, the proceedings measure of success that they have attained Ocala, Fla, Jan. 1906. M. 1'. O ill "Y\lIe. Fl>., NOT j). ....
of the East
I Good Money in Growing Large Wa- 354, for the purchase
have paued to the point where a jury and hope that they will live to VOTfCF HKR..BY GIVEN 1HAT 'IH K
I Will go to Sylacaugua. termelons. one-half of the Southeast one-quarter. l> follow. K named hcttfer baa fted ...... f
has been drawn. enjoy many, more prosperous. anniver Northwest quarter of Southeast quar- ibleoliutm to ...k laal proof iaj MMMlafIM
sent ou' I have been planting each year claim and that .aid ptouf will he mSt Wore >
saries.
Six IVputy Marshals were ter and Northeast quarter of Southwest I Clerk Circuit Crt at oea... Pia amis
for Mr. George II. Ford expects to for several years from 70 to 100 1
No. 5. in
this afternoon with summonses-, quarter of Section J"' ''' 'fl. If'..

wv 'Tiiy two/juror*. and these are V Weregret to learn that Mr. Jot leave very soon for Sylaeaugutla- acres in Eden variety of Watermelons Township No. 18 S. Range No. 20 E. Jawph S.luI.1 smerheW ilILlU ...

morning at 11 I Drake aged about twenty years, died bama to make that place his home. and have made good mon- and will offer proof to show that the 29463. out heairt qua,.., of eo..IttnIt...... .
...
report on Thursday and itouibweft QU'w' of .. ...,.. .*v
o'clock. None was drawn from this I at Kendrick Thursday. The deceasedwas I With his father. Mr. II. A. Ford and ey every year. I secured good land sought N: more valuable for its lIOn *8. towiMbip 17 tenth rage 'j, ....

elsewhere ir a nephew of Mr. William E. Nix I Mr. Edward Hiller, formerly of this Eden seed to begin with and have timber or stone than for agricultural H RUBWS the faUowuc wtt e* *I*....I6t.!
from
..
county, all being I COftJ. rfMkaur s.. nlSi.iii. II
and was a young man of very exemplary city, he is interested in large marble improved them each year, by selecting purposes, and to establish;: his claimto h.wi had Y11: OeWNt a.it,. odOi i
the
district. said land before Clerk Circuit courtat Pack Merer M bmsuMt Pis 1s. =z
habits and his death. is very quarries near that place and goes to my seed from only large of trtiatfnericM= (%i R, B. j....ad..

friends and take a responsible position with the and well melons I have Ocala, Fla, on freW. Fl*.
million deplored by his shaped ,
sale one greatly
Tomato Plants-For Monday, the.26th day of Feb., 1906. la i W. G. Re 4Pl. rgjpf.N .
Duke of neighbors. I company. I them dried in the shade, which
..1.'artt'Ut"s.. Beauty Paragon, lIe names as witnesses: .....
t '.::, York. new Century. Grown from best For a number of years Mr. Ford has will when properly planted always W. L. Brooks of Holder Fla. OTIC.F1oridainandforManoaQuaiyIscba.,1.

F .ml and on virgin soil. Ready February Almost a Little Flower. been prominent both in the business come up as they are sound and L. W. Brooks, of Holder Fla.

The Ocala Banner will ceelbrate its and the social world in Ocala and his Ibs. of choice
M. full. I have 1500 Fla.
Potter of Iverness.
F 1st to March 1st. $1.25 per I S. P. la the Circuit Court ol the Fifth JwAoal Ctwut of

&.(M and Jl.OO. 10.000 and up fortieth anniversary some time this I I many friends will regret exceedingly seed to offer at 50c per lb. When S. S. Savage of Ocala Fla.
| up
.. with order. J. R. Dais year. The Banner is the oldest business ,, his decisiion to leave us. They will you st"ndour order for seed and _Any and all persons claiming ad- Arthur Lewis Complainant ,.. BKttbetk
S; cents. Cash Lewis Defendant -Order for CoartroctJM

\ Bartow Fla. Also potato slips enterprise in Ocala-Tallahassee wish Ihm every success in his new field wish me to do so, I will Instruct versely the above described lands are Semce.TT .
,
1192t. Daily Capital.In and will hope for frequent visits from you how to prepare fertilize and requested to file their claims In this IS ORDERED THAT THE DHfR\D\Nl
for alt'. herein named to-wit: Ktiutetb Lewis
: before said 26th day of i M and
office on or
him. cultivate. Let your order come in ihe is hereby required to appear to ik bttl ef
I February, 1906. complaint ia thi came.ra or before
the United States court now in I sold the kind of
good at once. same
I CoL Shlpman Is bound to keep W. G. ROBINSON Register. \ftdlj, the }tiloy filrutrf, <|> Jfl.1ft6.It .

'&.- .' iwrters good bell boys good table walters session at Jacksonville a motion was It seems that our :Marion county seed over S. C., Ga.. and Fla. last This notice must be published ,oncea is further ordered that a copy ot this -ikr

I the Indictment against commissioners were a little previousin be published once a week lor eight GHaeaade
to quash satisfac-
made which
andthe best of cooks. who know year gave perfect week for nine consecutive weeks In weeks in the Ocala Baaaer. a orwtpuier Mk

Mocha and Java Mrs Helen Wilmans Post who Is letting her prisoners. The cabbage tion.I. a newspaper published nearest the llshed in Mid coHsty and iute
how choice
; to make I
Thu Itll. day ol Nov. .
coffee with cream at the Montezuma' charged .with fraudulent. use of the I, crop of Coleman, Sumter county it is land, and must also be posted in a (seal) 190 a$. T. 61 TleXL

at the of- mails CoL O. T. Green of this city, I estimated will amount to from 80,000 FURHAN STILL, conspiculous place In the land office CDWIX. SrBicea Celt Circuit Cowl
hoteL If any failure report j I Marion Ckwaty Ka
Post's leading attorney. to 100,000 barrels. for the same period. .1Z-%%. I CompUinanU k4icttorb
11 lcAnd back. 1-19-U Is Mrs. I Blackville. S. C. 1:1.: C.$.uut..g.
money
; get your
I > .. S
"
I ;< ,
.3? q

.'

\

-i
r-- -
a -.
+
.. :
::;./ .'" > .. ;,. "T,_ : _}. .-' ,, ':C "''... 4 --- .
.
< t.t. ... ., '..' ; ,' ,,-'- ., : "" _: "'. S S .S -e' 5 ---
}< ', ,, '--;; ..;[ < 'jt .. .. :>,5- : --
.,
'T'" ig'-- ... ,"" -- S 5- -
_
$ _
'.,---r.,. ._ _, 1f>.L- .' _. ...r.;,; '-',' .c- '; "7 ,_ '( :
j"o .
-5
.-
5-
-. "" r. ,.z'C-.J; .....,..:" .-......., ...
---



1

#f


...

PAGE TWELVE -. .n.- THE OCALA BANNER FRIDAY,. JANUARY 19, 1906. _. .
.
-
... -

CHINKING'WITH THE THE BUNG SPIGOTS_HOLE OPEN llltlt11141ft11ttI1NI11H11tftttltlHilflflNflltirt" " "!" " " " " "lPlHtltlHtlflflfllltttfllNttNfNP4tt1" " " " " '


The Florida -Railroad Commission . ---
..... .. . . .. .
Hauls up the Seaboard Air Line ; .. ; :; .. '. :: _: .
.
Bui-
Railroad for Failure to t"
.
JAKE E
letin Belated Passenger i ABE THE .

Trains.- l .;. --- ,
.
-
-- -
The Florida Railroad Commission 13BOW' ..... ---
after the Seaboard' Line, as '

the folowlng official notice will.show:
Office of the Railroad CommIssion
TPOYCkOGRY
State of Florida.
T. the Seaboard Air Line Railway: ::
Tou are hereby notified that you
are charged with having, by your oflsers :
agents and employes,.been guilT I: .... ----
I of violation and disregard of the ,i. c :-:;;
provisions of chapter 4700 of the Laws --- '( -4
.
.
ef"Rules Florida Governing and rule Transportation No.6, of the of == ; 2 & qt, -. : < _.: ...:-. .-,' ; :::.
.. ___
IIii -- .- _
?aesengers," prescribed by the Rail- ...... : ,. f"'i .'
0 r4 Commission of the state of Flor- ,- ..
.. '
i u; ( :....
? First-That on the 26th day of De- ...... '. .......

ewnber, A. D., 1905 the Seaboard Air

than Mae'thirty passenger minutes train behind Xo. 77 the was.time more it We aim to please our trade by 'giving them_ theE "

: was scheduledto arrive at and depart .., _. .
l p- "' .M"
from Lake City, Flau, and that you
'failed to bulletin and keep posted on that be which rLi

tine tie bulletin said passenger board at train Lake was City behind, the J, best f can bought at living prices,- we

the schedule time, in accordance with ---
role No. 6 or the rules of the Florida understand
:Railroad Commission of passengers.governing'transportation to be a legitimate profit.. As Prices are

Second-That on the 2nd day of --
January A. D.,,1906, the Seaboard Air,
r Line than passenger thirty minutes train No.behind 43 was the more timeit E always Governed by the Quality Purchased. '

jitLS scheduled to arrive and depart
Jr.m Baldwin Fla., and that you faUN : .
%to bulletin and keep posted on the I --, ---4t
bulletin board at Baldwin the time

Mid passenger train was, behind the We Handle Three Lines of Goods .
hedule time, in accordance with rule !
I of the rules of the Florida Railroad .......
;.. Commission governing the transportation ':


January Third-That of ,passengers.A. D.,on 1906 the the 3rd Seaboard day Air of :
Good fetter and Best
Ltae passenger train No. 76 was thir- i
hf minutes behind the time it was ,
Mheduled to arrive at and depart from ,
.... -cD
Greenville Fla., and that you failed

M bulletin bulletin board'and at keep Greenville posted, the on timed the E And its up to Y01Ivhich Y011vant, for we

_
passenger train was behind the .
.......
bedule time, in accordance with rule .
No. 6 of the rules of the Florida Rail-

reed Commission of passengers.governing the transportation E sell our Goods Strictly on their: Merits. 1

And the Railroad Commission of ...
.. ,
*. State .of Florida hereby give you .
F -GI
a+tice that said commission will meet .. :
U their office iif the city of Tallahassee ---
.... .
.
:
he, at 10 'o'clock a. m. on the
36th day of January, A. D., 1906, to
nalder and take action upon said We allow Alll ,
to
charges, and that you, the said Seaboard \ no Misrepresentation as Quality j
Air Line Railway will then and .
.....
there have an opportunity to be heard

hy ause.said. it commissioners any you have,, and why to the show said Articles sold must be as represented or your money

mmission should not fix and impose .
upon you a penalty for each such of- -
: ...- '. .. .
tease of not more than 5000.
back '. ,. -1.._: '< ":- '
By order of the Railroad Commissioners Li .. :: .. >_ ==
of the State of Florida, in ses-
.......
lion at their office, in the city of Tallahassee -
--
Fla.. this 10th day of Jan- --41
uary, .A. D. 1906.. '
JEFFERSON B. BROWNE,
Attest: R. C, Dunn/Sec. Chairman.
We are Exclusive Agents for:
LESSONS OF THE LATE WAR.

>; .....
Medical Department of the United .. "

States Navy Footing Will With be Put Navy.on Same Chase &c anborn's Famous Coffees and Teas. .


-4
fpecial" to the.Ocala Banner. '
Washington, D. C. Jan. .-The l ; .
equipment of the me department I Royal Scarlet Canned Goods. jT
.f the United States, army anJ medical -
corpse of the United States navy
.
will be place upon a uniform basis. ':c.

Aa, effort equipment will be and made the same to have methods identical atley's as also Dr. Shepard Pinehurst. Teas. ,

.f work, so that there may be the .
.
... ---
came uniformity in these branches as
---
there is In other respects in the mi- ...... .....
litary and the navy services. It is
felt that if 'there is an advantage in :

I arms having and an the Identical same calibre ammunition of small and Remember: The Ham What Am

the.mutual use of an emergency ration ,
'
there might profitably be similar '
uniformity in the medical equip- : "
anent and medical corps organization. '
.
The Star.
The president has been greatly impressed --
.
by the reports received -

from the military observers in Manchuria I .......
: and has learned that the Japanese '
had reduced the policy of unifwrmity : .- --
.....
to a most practical and profItable ......
system. To the end that there .
may be a like advantage to the medi- : --
cal branches of the two services in -
this country, it is probable that there E Th P'l a :
I pill'soon.be detailed for the consider- (, ee'4
ation of the project of uniformity a
joint army and navy board, composed
naturally of officers of the medical ..-
corps of the navy and the medical
-
-
department of the, navy, all. of whom "
agree on the efficacy of the value of .

the proposed change. It is also under- ... .
-
stood that a number of:methods whichare --- 117
.tested by the Japanese during the -,' T0TPGROCERY
late war and found highly satisfactory -..
I T..... ,. ..
will be_adopted in the Joint medical -
service of the army and navy of ..- .
the United States. This will probably -I

,. treatment not. apply_ used to.by;the, the"method Japanese of asoptic 1 i "u''t,,',,u',"uuu" uuui" uuu,.," "u" uuuu" "iu" "uu" "uau" "uuutruuu" " "iu" 'uiuu" "u .


....

.,
4iP


.
=- i Tj=":'?VfiL rsfca-* :?-- _

,r..a,



"." ." ft. vi'v'V
"
," .


2M1

,
'
' : THE OCALA BANNER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1906. PAQE, SEVEN. "

r ..
-
.
a BIG NAVAL BATTLE AT. SEA. t. STROBHAR WILL! FACE CHARGE. MINE WORKERS CON-' NATIONAL, BOARD OF TRADE., ) -0-0-0-0-0--0-0-0-0-0--0-0--0- ..

'_
tt" ,
VENE AT INDIANAPOLIS. I O

Not Iron Clads but. Great Monsters. Has- Given $5,000 Bond and Will Re- Important Meeting Held in Washing- Now Open For The Season I -

of the Deep-Fight\the Fight of turn. to Gainesville-Is Nervy President Mitchell! Explains Meaningof ton-Government Control of

: Death. and Collected.J. Decision of Recent Shamokin Railroad Rates h be Discussed. '
r",
THE OCAlA HOUSE
., Convention. i 1
N. Strobhar Atlanta ,
Passengers of a White Star liner brought to Special to the Ocala Banner. !

from Liverpool Friday from Montreal Canada, and Special to the Ocala Banner: Washington, D. C. Jan. 15.-Dele-. OCALA, FLORIDA.
recently witnessed an O
lodged In the Tower, in .that city is Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 16.-The gates representing commercial organizations I ,
exciting battle between a whale several Well Rooms I
Furnished
at liberty again.' He was released on question of war or peace in the coal throughout the countryare :> Large, Airy, Sleeping ,

, swordfish and a thrasher" shark. a J5.00Q bond. fields will largely depend upon the result assembled in the city_and every I .. Tables Supplied with Everything in Season. O

The fight lasted for more than an of the seventeenth annual convention train is bringing additional delegates. I

hour. Strobhar arrived, In Atlanta in of the United :Mine: Workers of They have come to attend the annual I Splendid Drives-Only five miles from the famous Silver Springs 0

The combatants were first sighted the custody of Detective Lockhart America, which opened here this convention of the National Board of Easily accessible from all parts of the state I II

who went. to .Canada to get him, says
( Tomlinson HalL The its session here ,
morning' con- Trade, which begins 0oRATES
< bout 11 o'clock in the morning, says the Atlanta Journal. Solicitor Hill informed I
vention was called to order by Presi- today. The convention will open witha : 75c. to $1.50 per day I
, the New York News. A great dis- him that his bond had been
, ** dent John Mitchell, who delivered an formal reception and meeting this :\ Weekly+Rates American Plan on Application. O
fixed ,
' at $5,000 and that in default of
: turbance was noticed in the water address, explaining the prtsent situation evening, while the first regular bus- JI I '. -f
such a bond he must go to Jail. Strob- .Write for PamphletD. I
dead ahead about a mile from the and gave a clear statement of iness session will be held tomorrows O Descriptive
har could not then make his bond, so O
ship. Just what the trouble was was he went to the Tower in Atlanta for the decisions of the Anthricite Miners The convention promises to be unusually I C. EDWARDS Prop. C. M. WHITESIDE Manager.
I
Convention at Shamokin. The rest of interesting owing: to the large
not ascertained until the ship waS the night., ,0-0-0-0-0-0-00-0-0-0-.0-0-0-
the morning's session was devoted to number of important matters which .
within half a mile of the scene of the Attorney Reuben Arnold, who had
the appointment of committees and will come up for consideration in the
been 'retained by the prisoner, and
encounter. Then the
passengers' sawa other routine business. meetings. One of the most important ,. -- --
big whale beset half dozen Mrs. Strobhar, wife of the latter, who
by a There is a strong feeling of deter- subjects to be considered, is the ques-

large swordflsh. and a monster thrasher arrived in Atlanta from Florida on mination among the delegates to the tion concerning the government con- t aeat1a: : : : eEEtI: &t1 m

shark the fiercest and most voracious Friday, began to wake efforts to secure convention based upon a full ,realization trol of railroad rates.

of his kind. The water was a bondsman.A .
of the present situation and of '
being lashed Into foam, which was well known Atlanta, banker agreed FROM
THREE THOUSAND
of serious
the proboble precipitation a
tinged with blood. It was evident that lo sign the bond, and his signaturewas TREES
THREE HUNDRED W
crisis, in case it should be impossible Our Buyer Returning
g
the fight had not been in progress accepted by Solicitor Hill. Deputy to bring about an agreement between -

long as the .combatants seemed to be Sheriff Perkinson went to the Nice Deal
the miners and the operators.All Dr! Weedon Made a Very on

active. Tower and brought the prisoner to agreements as to wage scales, His Fine Grapefruit.Three i.tJiI :;
, The whale was lashing the water the office of Sheriff :Nelms, where, in W i OUR BUYER WHO HAS BEEN
i etc.. between miners and operators infields thousand dollars cash for the
! with his tall and was standing off his the presence of his wife, Strobhar
I expires on March 31. While it grapefruit on 300 trees is an item of IN NEW YORK FOR THE PAST
antagonists, although he was greatly signed the bond and was released.He .
! connot be said that the condition in
:I outnumbered. Several .of the swordfish stated that he would remain at the bituminous fields are ideal it prosperity which. is worthy. of more THREE WEEKS ON A PURCHAS 7n

would attract his the Kimball House until, Monday, than passing comment. Dr. L. W
attention in i TI ING TOUR WILL LEAVE
,
I must 'be admited that they are by no THAT.
front while others would steal around I when he would depart for Gainesville I Wheedon who was awarded first prize

I, to attack him broadside. The thrash- Fla, to face the charges against him fields.means as The serious miners as in in the the bituminous anthracite, for grapefruit at the Jacksonville Pure "" CITY ON THE 19th IN ST., FOR 11\&

er's great tail, was busy flailing the there. He fnvited Detective Lockhartto Food Exposition, has sold the crop I OCALA, AND WHILE THERE SUC
fields are not confronted with as ser- (I t ,
whale's back at visit him at Gainesville. of 300 of his trees, on the trees for'that
every opportunity.The ious a problem as those in the anthra- J CEEDED IN BUYING ONE OF THE
Strobhar is accused of misappro- figure.Dr. m
were spellbound by
passengers
cite fields? owing to demands recently "
the sight and their sympathy was priating about $20,000 belonging to the formulated by the anthracite minersat Wheedon's, success- In''conduct tlt1 LARGEST: AND, .MOST ELABORATE 1J\oS

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, (for i ing an orange and grapefruit grove as tj
with the whale. As the battle
continued the Shamokin convention. The mi- STOCK OF MEN'S, WOMEN'S &
the water*or several hundred which he was agent at Gainesville, : a "bide-line," may well be emulated w
ners In the bituminous coal fields will
yards about was dyed a deep red. The Fla. He is charged with having cash- undoubtedly make certain demands with equal profit by others.-Tampa j I CHILDREN'S WEARING APPAREL, H

whale was terribly gashed in many ed two checks amounting to' about beyond the conditions granted by Tribune. EVER BROUGHT TO THIS,OR ANY

$1,800 at an Atlanta bank, and it is places by the swordfish, which, moved the operators under the present I' 1 OTHER CITY. I
the charge of misappropriating the FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES.
with Incredible speed, and it was only agreement, but it is believed that an

::. occasionally .that the whale was able funds realized on those checks that agreement will be quickly be reached ----:: ;;J; : : '- Goods Have Begun to Arrive.

strike with effect. Each time I he was indicted there. wasLast m
i to a without a great' 'struggle. It is dif- Movement is Heavier'Than. it ,
about 50 Q '
Strobhar is apparently -
"
f swordfish was hit it seemed to take no Week. 3fla
the anthracite miners.
feren t from '_, ..' ,"
further Interest in the battle. years of age. His hair is siigutly demands of such radical; _v v \;:.'"
Their are a .,
and his build is heavy. He is a ; 1 THE BOSTON STORE
-i-' Before the ship waS out of sight gray nature that an acceptance of their Special to the Ocala Banner. "v j W
and seemed
man of pleasant address
rt the thrasher was disabled, a blow of terms' is scarscely expected. All that New York, Jan. .13.-Strawberries.
cool and collected yesterday. IIi "
the whale's big tail striking him full very
be for is that
reasonably hoped
can
i a the head. One of the passengers, wife is a very good looking woman the operators, after mature deliberation -I have been selling. this week 25@50c m The Store That Leads. 00'

and seems devoted to him. a quart. There aie-few coming and i -
I, who had a long fair of glasses said nit consent to submitting the
His bond is made returnable to the I they are moving slowly, though faster ,
be paw the whale swim away and that matter Ju arbitration. Even that they ,
criminal branch of the than last week. In Florida where all
session of the

'!,;' the swordfish did" not follow him. superior court, which convenes Jan- will The not principle willingly object do. in the'way of the strawberries are now coming from m BltE:9e9B: : ::29B m

.4 HUNGARY CONGRESS CONVENES.Opening uary :.:::nd. there is bad weather, though some of
1- a sellenient is the demand of the miners -
i -- the berries received are fancy and sell
for recognition of their union. '\
'. Day's Session Stormy-Op- Turpentine Sales and Prices. well. The majority, however, are bad
Many operators are known to be bitterly De-
Lidgerwood Hoisting Engines. Cablewayand Conveying
r posing Factions Have Settled and sell slowly. Lakeland is sendingthe

Existing 'Differences. Special to the Ocala Banner. opposed to the recognition of the largest shipments and the best vices for Contractors, Pile-Driving, Bridge Building, Log
that such
Savannah, Ga., Jan. 13.-The Savan- unoin. will They seriously fear cripple them recognition in- stock. Large shipments will arrive ging, Quarry and Mine Duty. Standard for Quality -

Special to the Ocala Baner. nah :Naval Stores Review in its review handling their .mining properties. As about the middle of February. Shipments and Duty. Over 24,000 In Use.

Budapest, Jan., '13,.-The Hungar- of the markets at the close of have been heavier since the
it would. practically destroy any op-
'L ;&n parliment was reconvened today. business Saturday afternoon says ev- holidays. Letters received here by
of dealing with their men in-
There f was considerable excitement erylhing for the last week was clean- portunity handlers of strawberries from their e See Our Catalogue'. _
dividually. A compromise is scar- II
connected with the reopening of the ed up at substantial advances practically shippers! and correspondents state .

r session and the session was exremely embracing the entire line, and scely fully understand to be expected the')|,vital as the importanceof miners that the crop of berries from Florida THE CAMERON & BARKLEY CO. .. .> -..

, l'stonny but precautions had been the following official prices being post- without will be small this year. .- .
the demanded recognition, '
} taken to presene'the order. The an- ed: CHARLESTON, S. 0. :'

nouncement was made at the opening ,y\' . . . .. .. . .$6.00 which, they feel, nIT permanent improvement The Dade County Fair. F. G. HOFFMANFlorJa -, '., "'

that a temporary agreement had been WG : . .. ._ .... ... ., .,.. 585j of their condition can be Representative.. Phone "20C. Savv. Hotel. Ocala, Florida.: -' h

reached between the' government and > .oooo..oo"oo.. .. .. .. . J JBM. expected.The Arrangements are now in progressfor ,
demands of the Anthracite fair and .
5.00 holding the Dade county ,
and that the definite

settlement the opposition of the existing differences K . . .. .._.. /.. ,.. . ,4.55 I miners will be the first mater to be Mr. Blackman says that while the exact K: C. Smith. C. V. Roberts" ,

would shortly follow. The announcement I; .. ........... .., ,...... .... 4.05; considered by the convention and thereis date has not been fixed, that it '

. had a somewhat quieting effect i jj. . .. .. ..:.... ;.... ...oo ... 3.65; butxlittle doubt that the conventionwill will take place about the usual time .
SMITH & ROBERTS. ,
demands.
{ I ..........' '3.50P. strongly endor these in March.
.' upon the malcontents, but did not G. ....... .. tt oo. ..

suppress the Irritation and excitement .....,... .... ......... ...-,'. '.' 3.4-:: President Mitchell and his trusty i ,The prospects for a good fair are '' .
,
'\ altogether. In certain quarters E..i.., ...oo. .. 3.40 lieutenants, District President Fahy very bright. There will be an abundance .

doubt is expressed that an amicable D.. .. . ...,.... .... ".. 3.30 Nicholls and Dettry, w hq are conduct- of fruits and vegetables for a ..

.: ... . .3.25 ing the campaign of the anthracite fine exhibit and the display of, jellies, Funeral Directors and Licensed Embnl ers '
k fcctlement will be reached. C-A. . .. .. .. .. .. ... ) ,. .
,.., miners are confident that the convention and I
These quotations tl.) not representthe wines, marmalades. preserved

_;.' Contesting for Honors. actual prices waterwhite paid, they ,being window-five At the wit same beck up time the they anthracite will do miners.their crybtalized seen here.fruits The will woman's be the finest depart-ever I LATEST METHODS. BEST GO (,DS. WORK GUARANTEED. 'fTelegraph

cents higher on best to hold down the radical elements 1 orders receive prompt attention, and embalming done anywhere
Special to the Ocala Banner. glass and :N, ten cents higher on ),1. them ment will be an interestingfeature on short notice.
and keep
the delegates
n.-ihe made higher on K and I, and among as usual.
j. New York, an. claim I. twenty-five J from commiting any indiscretion, Mr. lilac kman that a poultry
t for Latchworth Cox that as a stoker five higher on D and below. says {
would precipitate a war between m 1 FURNITURE fo\JPANY'\ '
s.. of the engine "John Bull," of the The receipts at Savannah, includ- which and the operators exhibit will be added and that for this .
the miners
,
; large tent wil be erected.
stuff in purpose a
:r Pennsylvania Railroad, he was employed ing, as. in the case of spirit
of
of final adjustment
without hope a
y.t on the"first railroad in this the past going to a Jacksonville fac Miami News. 1
---
the existing differences. -
<\ baa brought out the statement torage concern, for the week ending

t:- .country that the machine was preceeded Friday were 15,726 barrels and the reported IN TEXAS. Another Journalist Gone to. His Re (1 P ..0' .... a..i.ee0 OgG.We 11
SATSUMA ORANGE ward. '
'" "Stourbridge sales 14,890 barrels of which I
;- several years by the
keep a full stole of ,
Lion." which was built i'n England, i 881 were pales, 1,066 mediums and 12- II
I Hardy Variety Which is Meeting With John Frank of Jacksonville, editorof LOOK FOR
",: and first was operated in Honesdale, 943 II and below. id i J33, Q
I Much Favor. Florida Paradise, the Hotel Re- @.

y Pay in August, 1829 on the tracts built of The Sight Was Pitiful.A porter and other publications flied at i. \ T.:: SEAL Old Harevst ..
? the Carbondale Road, which was
Special; to the Ocala Banner. t St. Luke's hospital Thursday. J" :; fJ
'
<: -
Iludsan Co., Mr. .
and -
}.;. by the Delaware large number of people gathered Houston, Texas, Jan. 13.-The Satsuma Thin moves the Metropolis to printa itt B... .n.... Old I McBrayer -
Howard A. Penniman, of Honsdale, p U
( convicts being transferredfrom orange is bound to play an important list of editors who have died inJacksonville =::
: Pa., has published a pamphlet, makIng around the since the close of the Mark RogersOld
of the !
Ocala to Perry at the union depot part in the development a
Ho-
s It to
: this contention. gives
the other night. Many of the pris- gulf coast country of Texas. It is undoubtedly civil war-and more have moved away i
ft ratio Allen the credit of having been than have died. I. Charter (9.Mt. .
in the oners were known to the people here the hardiest variety of edi- IL't
the first locomotive engineer
and has extendedthe The following are the names of
and some conversed with them. They ble orange known e

United States. were given dinner here, and while all so-called orange belt several hun- those who have crossed' over to the Vernon, I

treatment, and were in dred miles north. The' fruit is very other shore:
lion. Nat Adams has resigned as a, showed good
." Willis :M. Ru cell, W. W. Moore, t
member of the Stata Board of Control good.spirits, the spectators sympathized ,thin skinned, of exquisite flavor and > Cascade and 0e
220 to the box. William II. Christy, Harrison Reed, .H.
with to
has appointed with them, and especially I will pack from ISO. .
and Governor Brovvard and B. McCallum, A. J. Russell W. H. 4 Gt
white men. The convicts in The color is more red than yellow
of the two
In his Hon. W. Y. Sandlin, .H'OllnrGra '
stead
Adams assigned the state certainly have a. hard time. shows up very handsome when .packedor Babcock, John Yarnum. E. M. Cheney, =

Jasper. The reason Mr. diabolical system of on the trees. As the fruit beginsto John S. Adams, C. Drew, N. K. Saw-
present
is not and the ,
for his action was that he I them in slavery should be abI I ripen In October, which is the time ">er, M. R. Bowden, Albert Fries, William .J....S'... ,'"- ... Jshis ; ; i,
the Q
of seling .
in with the majority "' .. J.
accord ';
university II olished. Let the state build a penitentiary when the market is almost bare of Perry J. P. Perry, .lwin Martin __ .: __n __ -',

board in abandoning 'anl the and work her own convicts, oranges, it will always command a A. N. Adams, C. H. Walton, S. T. si)| flj

buildings at Lake City transferring I I internal impro\"eme'nts-especlallY good price. Owing to the ease with. Bates W. S. Wagstaff, Frost, t!:t \1 I1tt)9t, VISIU' G

the Institution to Gainesville. I I' on public roads. Jf! companies can employ which the segments separate and its Rev. Whilden, H. W. Clark Mrs. Helen lit v ;B 11 alj fri11; ors- t ()

That 'as notable occasion when them at good pricces per capita fine quality it has no superior as a : Ingram, D. II. Elliott J. R Elliott E. a 03V )13'1334 11111&123. eI
a
Ray Bullock of Ocala, wined and din I the state can work them to the same dessert fruit. M. Thompson, Stephen Powers John > Be: ready for hi'n with a y e
Stickney. H, Jay, James Gould and .
-- of dealing -- of a33)r,31' WI1i33. (
be guilty C1U8
not A
and
l' ed the entire bar of Ocala. It wasa vantage .' A A'Mr. i -
,. ability of its In human chatels.-Live Oak Demo- Engineer's Finger Crushed. John Frank. rye barbon, Sjitsh, iris'1 i'" W ._
the
for
1 gathering, that and .. brandies, wines, etc. We V : i I! .
of its host crat. .
members, the geniality Sunday morning just after coming R. L. :Martin has returned from dozen .
components of its .. will put you up a or IA .. :.
the
entertainment pleasure-giving, has seldom been equally Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perkins Mr. and into Ocala from his regular run, En- a visit to Lake Weir where he went more quart bottles to meet J' I\ I.s Iyt .

led Tribune.A Mrs. C. H. Perkins and Mr. Robert L. gineer Van Sickle happened to a very last Thursday. While there he assisted just such emergencies and It ;\ .< .
In Florlda.-Tampa. f
Walker of Providence R. I.% arrived painful accident. While fixing up his I in surveying the right of way you'll not "go broke"either ,,\. t

in Ocala Saturday afternoon and are engine In some way his thumb was I for a.hard road to connect with the paying for the good \1 ,,-J/f ": j .
Juvenile Party.
guests'at the Ocala House. They will caught between the|throttle and was Lake county hard road which will be goodawe supply. # i t' J. P .

'I Ocala for several weeks. very severely crushed. The doctor built up to the Marion county line. If ; jf _
in
_' Masters Lawrence Julian Frey- remain I ,jt-j I ; # i: :
;; was summoned at once and gave the Marion builds the road on down to the

1. mouth. the young sons of Mr.and Mrs. all over the state of Florida necessary attention to the mangled Lake..county line we can take a spin
I.: entertained about \ From .
E. .
L. Freymuth .
grand chorus of prosperity.It finger. Mr. Van Sickle's friends regret to .the lake and on down to Leesburg

;- twenty-five of their y.oungfriends Party comes is a the happy sound and It grows In the accident that befell him but in an hour or so either' on bicycles or I : OG0LA HOUSE WINE ROOMS :
Donkey .
evening, with a ; Life in the interior will soon
volume as the months go on. Pensa-, are glad that it was not a more ser in autos. .

1.FridaY' tle.'! people had a,mOst delight- cola. JournaL > ions one. be\ worth living. ..i..__............MHH.


fir'
,:{< ,

-

J. "Fs. -
'"
"--' '
.
\ .
-
-
': ". "'"

H --: ; n-



.' r_ -



: '\
'I'
I-i ab
J

,. 1
I t THC OCALA BANNER FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1906. 1
I
:
t __
....
'

I the repairs of the fart station, I thinkat : (I
.
NEW CITY ADMINISTRATION.. situation. It seems: to me that 'where .._. : =
least 6000.00 of this money could .. .. I I
these weak spots appear that in: repairing -
be used in buying our city* bonds or 4 ,
New. Council Holds Its First Meetinp the foundation should be .. iI! j'
invested as above indicated. ti !
.-Mayor McConathy's Message is made hard and the covering of a mix '
It Is not well for CE ,
usually a government H NOT !
Read-Many Applicants for ture of material that would solidify. ,c. I ,
'
'' I to have too much surplus money \ : '
Tax Rebates.' To pursue the present method .I fear : :: .

will be a continual waste of money.A since it leads to extravagance. Either :1l.I I II'II'I '

.this money should be so used or the
few good streets are better than 1 f q
The city council for the year 1906 rate of taxation reduced. Knowingthe .
semi-good ones. If we have not .
many 111 .
-. ; held its first meeting in the council great care that your honorable ;
the means to .make all we need now, :
camber Tuesday night Those press body exercises I feel that you will Our
we might expend -what we have in Mr. Shepherd Watson is now among
eat were A. G. Gates T. J. Owen G. .A. ones'each speedily adopt the best measures rg- !'I
constructing a few good
IIi
'' Carmichael J. Edward Chase Chas. garding this matter.I .


K.A' Sage number, and I of:. .K.other Nelson.city officials year. Animals. once beg to to urge destroy that the steps electric be takenat light. } i all l the Mills and Factories buying up a lot ofj I I,t!

We have an ordinance requiring the .
were also present, to-wit: City Attor- bonds now in the custody of the

ney Biggs, Assessor and Collector impounding of cattle and hogs running bond trustees and that were I I
never
!
Odds
section
Clyatt, Marshal Cleveland, Electric at large, and-one making'it an sold Jill 1 and Ends suitable, for this }

offense punishable by fine on' the own- .
Light Superintendent, Williams Street Fire Station.If i '
ers to permit their tock to run at j'j'
'
Superintendent and SanitaryJnspector -, "
$ large. a considerable sum of money is
'
:Moore. ) .
These ordinances are repeatedly vio- required to repair the fire station I .

After 'the minutes were read and lated much to the annoyance and ma- suggest the advisability of consid- ME INTEND TO SEND $7500.OOwoi TijOF. !1
approved Mr. R. L. Anderson presi I' ; ;
terial damage of the citizens who are ering its removal to a better location
dent of the Ocala Water Company ad- :
trying to have nice yards. We should and the sale of so much of the ground
dressed the council protesting againstthe t "'
high assessment made against the by all means in 'our power encour- owned by the city as is not needed II t.

water company. lie said that it was age the keeping of beautiful yards, for the city hall.I Embroil

this direction assure of desire to aid Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Laces
out of proportion compared with all but when one's efforts in you my 1111 I

other assessments and he asked that it are, as Is frequently the case, despoiled you in every effort to. promote the I "

be reduced. He said, for instance that in a night's time by prowling cows city's:' welfare deries Bed Household Goods

the Ocala Gas company, which owneda and hogs, we can not expect a renewal RICHARD MCCONATHY, Spreads,

of such efforts.I Mayor.
valuable plant and franchise with i
mains and pipe ramifying the streets think ifve had a night patrolfor The mayor received the thanks of
!
:was assessed for only $3,800 while the : these animals for a short time it the council and the various subjects and Ladies'and Gents' Furnishing. i i

would cure this evil. I will add for of the message were referred. to ap- .
water company was assessed for $33- I j
: the information of owners of animals, propriate committees', so that definite I
ftOO. lie said that the water company ,TO- ,

wanted peace and not war but that that on conviction, I shall deem it my action can be taken thereon. .. II.

fines. Mr. James M. Gated, sanitary inspector -
unless the assessment was reduced duty to impose adequate I. II :
I Public Hacks. for the board of health madea ,
that the water company would be compelled

to charge the city for all water I am informed that an ordinance is verbal report to the council. lie ''I THE '

used and not now charged for. Mr. j now. pending seeking to ,remedy the said that certain citizens complainedthat 'I'I

evils of our present public hack certain cow lots were nuisancesand
Anderson's complaint was referred to sys '
tem. It will be treasure to asked that they be abated; that .
my help
a committee of four, of which the VARIETY' STORE

president of the council will be chair bingo about a better condition in this what is known as the Anderson quar- I: '

ters were in an unsanitary condition !
man. The other members of the matter. A system of licensing drivers ; -

I' that they were inundated, and he ask-
-com-j' inspecting vehicles and fixing a
mittee will be named later. OGALA FLA. I
rate for service ed what were his duties in these mat- "
to be
seems badly
Mr. George MacKay and Mr. h
ters. Also that some citizens com- .II/! :
Edwards former members of the needed. Drivers who meet these / ,

equalization board presented a communication night trains, especially should be per- plained that hey were not allowed to ,

recommending that the sons of some experience and character. empty trash into receptacles in the I !
At which will sell
I rear of their premises while others store we (III
t assessment of the property of E. M. This business is to a degree that _

.Howard be cut in half. Referred to of a common carrier and the public said that they were not allowed to II .
.. ;j all these Goods
< ; ; atFACTORY i ij
the. ..same committee as Mr. Anderson's have the right to demand that it be empty trash: in the front of theirs, and : .. 1
'
properly conducted. It would be well i I he asked what he should do. !j .

.,case.The The sanitary committee askedto COST! 1II 1\\ :
., Blount Real Estate Agency I to impose a fine on a driver of a 'licensed was i: 9 .

complained also of excessive hack for failing to keep an en- take the matter under considerationup II i ;

..'"roents. assess-I I gagement. and confer with the board of health !il'
.
.
It also ,was referred
'came Cleanliness. and come to some understanding about Il

committee. these matters.A iiii i! SALE BEGINS FRIDAY FEBRUARY
4 : Scarcely is 2.
,{-Mr J.. .' Hester asked that the assess-. anything more condu- il
large number of
bills
ment'upon his property in the SmithA cive to attract those seeking homes were read, ,

,Daugherty, addition be reduced from than clean streets and-yards. At present approved and ordered paid. i I''!;",I I: -..
"' ,
$700 to $400. Referred to the same it is the custom with many especially Two hundred and fifty dollars appropriated qil!! t "1'1 "_


committee.A.. Forage. &I Brother asked that city to in either the sweep business' trash part into of the the cemetery.The to. help build fence aroundold II!! Next Week's Papers will. Contain a Double Page Announcement I : "


they be granted a permit to sell fresh gutters or place it in open boxes, on Carmichael Son Co., offered to :

meats in the block' on which' is locat- the side walk, where the wind scatters furnish Sheath Oats to the city for Iii! of what we will have to offer.

ed the Baptist church. Their petition it, especially paper, over the $15 per ton, but the mater of furnishing ,

was signed by. thirty signatures.. Referred streets, to be then gathered by thescavenger next supplies to the city laid over until : III r Remember the date!' This is an opportunity that seldom

meeting. ,
to the market committee.At who must consume a great : comes. .

this stage of the proceedings the deal of his time in so doing. Citizens Pn account of the lateness of the I ,

Clerk read the message of Oeala's new should remember that his time is money hour at which the council adjourned it I ;:

:Mayor Hon. Richard McConathy.: The but especially should they have was Impossible for us to obtain a full 'I H THE MILL AND FACTO Y SYNDIC TE. I y;

account of the ,
proceedings. However
Mayor said: more pride in the looks of our thor- t ,

To the, :City Council of Ocala: oughfares. I recommend that the matter I the balance will appear later.A .
i 415 West Broadway New
Although it is not. required by law of placing receptacles at numerous York City. I

a that the mayor shall address a message corners of the streets be considered Laurel ,Wreath for Frank Clark. I f

to your honorable body settings and it is probable that they might be !II Shepherd Watson, Manager of this Sale. ,

Congressman Frank Clark or the
forth his views of matters of municipal kept in order for the privilege! of "

interest am quite sure that the vertising on them. ad-I Second Congressional district, .proposes ... -. .. =-A.. :

respect you entertain for the office, as I shall. endeavor in the meantime to ask the federal government to .

well as your desire to do everythingin enforce the provisions of an ordinance build one hundred miles of good roadsin .

your' power to further the welfare prohibiting placing trash on the Surprise Party and House Warming.
Florida. This can be done for less
.f the city will cause you to give much streets which reads: -

consideration Section 30. It shall money tha'n has already been spenton l
be
to suggestions coming unlawful for Tuesday night Pr. and )Irs. V. H.

from any source as they may be \\or- any person to deposit on any of the a single harbor and will benefit
Powers one of the season's i>opu>ar
thy of. streets sidewalks alleys, public largely more citizens of the state.If 'oung'bridal mss;? '
) couples were treated to
think it well to say for the information squares o- parks or upon any lot, any Frank Clark succeeds in the passage -
a surprise party and housearmingby
\ of the public, that the mayr excrement, tin cans sweepings of of his bill he will be hid beneath -
-V a number of their young friends.
of Ocala has very limited powers, stores" or dwellings, paper hair chips the weight of the laurel wreaths .
The crowd assembled at the homeof
c and therefore he can, without the cooperation bones peels straw or other unwholesome that will be placed 6n his brow. L '
. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris and f. qfeI
of the council, do but lit- or decaying matter whatever. 'Good roads are the crying need of --*
went from there In a body to Dr.
tle. But it shall be their duty; to place : the people living in the interior. 4s%
and Mrs. Powers' cottage on Orange
It is his duty to see that the laws such material in a box. barrel or other I The improvement of our rivers and ,
avenue. They were greatly surprisedbut J ;.
are executed." But not having the power receptacle and keep the same convenient harbors do not lessen interior freight ;
soon regained their usual compo-
to appoint, or remove an inefficient for the scavenger who shall remove rates and is really special legislation.
sure and proved a very delightfulhost
official, he has to dei end 'j>n the the same upon his regular : .
( and hostess. They have only : "
j selection by the 'otmdl of officials tha rounds; provided, however that no Uncle: Sam's Generosity. a ;
just moved into their cottage and the :
will 'do their duty, and call its attention receptacle shall be placed on any
party was planned as a housewarmingto
to any derelection on their part. street, alley sidewalk in the city of At $35 a ton_ the Treasury of the
the! young couple. .
He can veto an ordinance if he isaot Ocala, except when being emptied and United States has lost K.O,3J7,133; : .."
Several hours were spent 1
very
.
satisfied with it, but then the I replaced by .the scavenger on his reg- .: of revenue that it might just as well :
pleasantly playing games and havinga
council may pass it over his veto. He ular rounds. have had from the Sandwich Islands. \
general good time. Dr. and Mrs.
presides over tfie city court, and is Regulating Livery Stables. In addition to that, as an absolute F"
Powers have not yet finished furnish- ....
responsible if offenders against the Under the statutes of Florida yourb gratuity under the New lands resolu- i ..
ing their home but the informality of
city ordinances are not adequately dy has the power o "regulate the tion of annexation, we squandered four 1, t1 gal ld ,*,'-
everything lent an added pleasure to j a jfunished. He can also institute an use" of livery stables. Whether ypu millions more Hawaiian sugar is coin t A l l .
the evening. Refreshments consisting 1
investigation if he has reason to believe could prevent the keeping of one on any ing in here now at the rate of 400- "
of sandwiches, cake fruits candy J t.
that :in ordinance, is being 1o- particular street. I doubt; but you can 000 tons a jear. That is a gratuity of FOUR SAILINGS EACH -..,
nuts:;, etc., which the visitors WEEK
lated. The above are virtually all the adopt ordinances so regulating their $14,000,000( that we are giving annually BETWEEN J .
brought with them, was served and "
duties incumbent on this office, so it condition and the nn.nnt.- conductIng I to the Hawaiian sugar kings besides I, r.
everybody had a jolly good time. Thosein ;
will .appear. to our .citizens that they I the same in and aboir them as this $134,000; already paid; and, Jacksonville and New York '1 :,)
\ I the party were Mr. and :Mrs. Frank .
are not rs extensive as many suppose. to greatly diminish their offensive- sad to say we will pay it annually I{[ : \
Harris Mrs. Clarence Camp Mrs. C. Calling at Charleston, S. G., both .
Concerning city matters I beg to ness. Remedies hale been found for Forever and forever, so long as the I I TEE FINEST ways.
V. :Miller Mrs\ W. A. Collier of TusCaloosa I j STEAMSHOPS TE_ THE COASTWISE ,
S2SVTS
make a few observations. destroying flies and etc I recom- river flows
o ;- Ala.; Misses Mary Anderson. THE CLYDE NEW : -,
Pavements. mend that an ordinance be adopted to 'So long as the heart has passion, s u ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES ,
Valeta Porter, Sarah McCreery, Meta j DIRECT
Many of the sidewalks are in a very meet this situation and note espec- long as life has woes. SERVICE BETWEEN
Jewett, Sue Barco: Matie Williams, Jacksonville
bad condition bricks loose, holes that ially the currying and clipping of -Champ Clark. I I Boston and Providence
Ethel Florence Walters and all Eastern .
Robinson ,
fill with water, and are so 1ipperrwhen' I horses on the streets. I call the attention -- lallrng at Charleaon Polnts. .C l
i Esther Weathers, Hattie Dye, Sara !' Both Ways.
"= m ne4'on that they become dan- of the city. health board to Announcement Cards Received. SEMI U EEKLY SAIINGS
"
and, Louise! Harris, Messrs. J. IL I Sc'lthsand...... ... .... ....... ;'
gerous to walk on. As to other than this evil Bell. D. B. Howse, W. H. Workman borthbozn3 .....=...=....,,,,,,, SSM? Fran Lewis' Warf, 8ostcn -1' 'E'i
the brick walks these conditions Finances.It Catherine street
arise
Jackc vill
Cards ,
were received in
:
Ocala
Tues- E. J. Crook, T. H. Harris. M. J. I St
Clyde
from the lk v>r material used, and in is pleasing to say that the finan- day from Mr. John Mow bray Des Ro- t Johns River Line, ;.}
Roess, Woward Walters and Harvey
many instances because the edges are ces of the city are in good condition. chers of Jacksonville, announcing the I Between Jacksonville and Sanford i.cf .
Clark. .t
; higher than the middle. We are now building Stopping at aw* Art
up a sinking marriage of his daughter, Grace Mow- r Francis, Beresfor3 ( DeLand) i'
a: Inter edtate
I recommend that a systematic ,inspection fund to meet payment of the bonds at bray to Mr. Herbert Lags on StJchas River. : '
Alexander Woltz,
The
be made at once and proper. I the rate of J336000 per an lUm. This which occurred Thursday Tampa Daily Globe. Steamers City of Jacksonville and Frei'k [ e
Decemberthe
Tampa is making all sorts of DeBarrv
, ; repairs with the proper material be, requlmyto money should be as fast as. accumulated seventh nineteen progress are appointed to Sail M follows: Leave Jacksonville \ ,1 .
.
,, hundred daily, J.
and five but in nothing more than in her Kt fni-iiintv. leave S.ntord.SouthBound daily except satnrdays, *- A am :! .
be made;-'v'Of course. there used In buying the city's bonds, at Savannah 'Georgia. Mr. and'Mjrs.Woltz newspaper enterprises. She now has except sundays at 9:30 a. m, ,I>

are N number of .sidewalkaithat are if to be had on reasonable terms, if are now at. home
at number four dailies-two morning and two af- Read Down SCHEDULE North-Bound 4
.
; ;W6mj ultd: and really not necessary not then invested in state or first 304 West Duval street, Jacksonville.If Read up -
ternon publications, Her latest --- .
to"."travel.. these I' wouldirot put theowneis class city bonds, so it may be bring. ------. daily i
; y. is called the Globe and evolved from Itavc.. 3 jo p. m. '---.- Jccksonviiie __..__.....
_
_
to the unnecessary of ing an income.I 8 45 P. m. .... __ Arrive
expense i oo m
the a.
Palatka
good people of Georgia will the Union Label, a weekly newspaper 400 a. ra. --....-...- --.:.... Astor -_._ ....._...._...... Leave 8 oo p. si }
.
..
find that on Jan. 1, 1906 there a ____ .
improving. -
; ; was side right to a. m ** ; '
Colonel 4 30
up ]o still and ---- -St. Francis_._. 3 3 ptn -1:
devoted to the labor Interests of that ..pi._...:.._... ''* "- ;:
.
Carriage Ways.A in the treasury, $5621.31, since which ---- Beresford ( 2 200 fa
I DeLaod
stop the wrangling between Hoke Arrive 8 ) ?,__......_ .*
city. The first tissue of the Dally .. 30 a. m. ? ? ?-"......... Saalord .._ t no p m ;
time JSifoO.OO road tax has _. ... ., t' ;
number of the carriage ways at I been collected Smith and Clark How ell, which is altogether Globe made its last Mon 10 00 a. m. ----.-..--Entcl' nst_ ""' ... ? 9 JO a. a w:;
various places are In very bad condi- giving us at this time $8,521.31 too undignified appearance GE? $dL PASSEN3E1AN! : TICD OFFICE r123 WEST to 00 L m
they will
confer 89y
day. Its editors say that it has come gp, UXSONVU.LE.
tion. I think this is owing to the surplus not subject to any specialuse. a boon upon the outside F. M. IRONMONG Ass't GeD'1 Pass _' s
readers to stay and is going devote its efforts w.G.COOPER 11.. '& Agent. UZ Wait Bay SL. Jacksonville F1 .
poor foundation and material used inspots. of Georgia newspapers, especially' the Foot ot I *-P.LUYHI,1,. 1 j
towards,: the upbuilding of the Hogan Street,Jacksonville, m Superintendent
." The material much of which With liberal allowance for this readers of the Atlanta AC. HAGERTY,Gen I ast'n Pass. Alt.,New York. CIXDE
I Journal and whole. state and especially, of Tampa THEO G. EGER' MILNE.Gen'1 Fr'I A&t, N. Y.. r
: Is lime dust_! seems. not to meet. the J months expenses and a fund to meet Atlanta Constitution. and South Florida. enera111auager WM P. CLYDE & CO., i

.: Celt .nli lmWi. Gemeral
.. : r, state Aa'
Sheet Kew\.rk
y
.... L., ;


...

-
-

\
.

Z5&>,



..F .p:.. .a



s4'
+
=
s* n

.

.


.

_. THE OCALA BANNER. FRIDAY, JANUARY '19' 1906
PAGE NINE

..

SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS t Mr. Carpenter's( Advice to, Young 1 BIG WOO"DMEN 'BANQUET. Citra H'ouse Party and Other Citra .
I
Preachers.
Mr. J. Barco Resigns as Local Trus- News.
Sixty Present-Silver Springs, Martel I
tee-Some Colored Teachers I
Not 'During the session of the Florida and Other Places Represented.The Miss Mary Wartnian and Mr, Allison SPECIAL
Putting in Full Time. NOTICE,1
Annual Conference in this city Hev. Wartraan have been, entertaining

Woodmen of the World the
The Board of Public Instruction W. J. Carpenter of Tampa one of the for"a week a jolly house party, com-

(, in and for Marioncounty, Florida, met big guns of the.chur h. was elected to largest and most popular organizationin posed of the following young ladies S

this the 8th day of preach the sermon to undergraduates, the city, had ?n installation of officers -
January 1906 in
and a big turkey banquet Friday and gentlemen: Miss Grey of Savan- Read This =}
regular session with G. S. Scott, cnair- and among other very wholesome ad- Carefully
Ga. Miss Irwin'of
night. nah ; Lumpkin, Ga.; I
man, B. R. Blitch and J.. S. Grant ham, vice gave the following: I
The Martel and Silver Springs :Miss Tyson and Miss Smith from :
members present. It is yours to be a good soldier of I I In answer to numerous inquiries I desire to have it known
i camps were represented by splendid South Carolina; :Mr. :Malden of Hamp I desire tc state to to m
Jesus Christ my friends and friends and
Minutes of last meeting were read and no good soldier is a acquaintances that -
delegations. Mr. J. M. Bryan adton, S. C.; Mr. Munroe :McIntosh of business acquaintances throughout have
and approved. coward. lie who is afraid of the no connection with or inter
the
j visory lieutenant of the glacial Tallahassee, Mr. Benjamin Wethers south, that I have no interest est in the Ludden & Bates South
Mr. J. M. Barco tendered his resig- smoke of the battle or the fire enemyhad in, or connection with the Ludden Music
1of ern House
camp delivered an interesting oration Ocala came up Sunday while Dr. established by
nation beter not enlist. The warfare involves & Bates Southern Music House
as trustee of the Ocala Special Wm. Ludden and in
Blackshear and Stewart Harris myself 1870.
both and |fT. T. Wightman, a prominent j of which was established by me and Mr. Ludden
Tax school district, the same was assault and defence but and: myself and Jaspersen -
Woodman Citra assisted in festivities :Monday J. A. Bates about
from Pensacola, made an thirty-five
cepted and the superintendent ac-\\ mostly assault. The "strongholds ofSatan" j I years Smith, many years associated -
ago. am now interested
j evening. Mr. Wartman
eloquent address. gave an oyster largely .with us, are now interested
structed to notify the other trustees must be torn down. We are ( and] solely in the LUDDEN & SMITH in the
Past Council Commander' Jake bake. The yard was weird look- LUDDEN-CAMPBELL-SMIiH
and request that they have the patrons to "war a good warfare" and also to I i i Music COMPANY, and in the LUD- Co., of Jacksonville Fla
] : ing from the distance with its standof So Ur
Brown assisted by T. B. Bryan of
of the "fight the good i' DE.'lCAMPBELL-SMITUCO..otJack as I am
district recommend some fight of faith. The j aware not a single individual -
j the Ocala Camp conducted the instal- torchlights and gay figures darting sonville, Fla., who continue the who
to fill "Captain of I! helped to make the Ludden
one the, vacancy.A our salvation" may lead same
j lation ceremonies. here and there in the shadows. policies arid business dealings & Bates name
so well
number of colored teachers were I us into some hot contests, and only I i I which built up for us the largest known
throughout
Tuesday, the party, accompanied by the South is
1' The officers installed are the following now connected
reported as not putting in full time brave men will follow. If you fear to I music business in the South. with the
I'j i :-X. I. Gottleib C. C.; P. V. Leav- Mrs.Hoss. Wyckoff Miss Erwin and Miss WM same.
... LUDDEN.
getting to the school house late and enter the combat because your per- | J. A. BAT E s.
took in the beauties of Silver
engood, Adv. Lt.; :I. Rubin Banker; .
dismissing early. The sonal popularity be I *
superintendentwas may endangered
fear C. K. Sage Clerk; S. M. Lummis, Springs, and a launch trip down the \ We print the apove letter in order to correct certain
instructed that if he feels satis- you will not make a good soldier.
Watchman; Royal-Cole Secretary; EoP. I famous run. 'misleading impressions which are being made
fled that any of the teachers are not The Mettiodi&t ministry is no place for friends among our
Pittman, Escort. The' Epworth League gathering. many and customers. We believe that most
putting In full time to dismiss such cowardly men. A time serving min- wish to deal buyers
After the installation ceremonies, :Mrs. E. A. White's, was a most enjoyable with the people whose policies and methods
teachers and refuse to istry give distinction
give them fur- may to promi- them the
the camp, and visiting camps, marched affair. Various guesing games gave greatest reputation ever accorded
ther work.A nent sinners any
who belong to the church piano dealers in the '
in a body to the New Idea Restaur- First-class music was furnished by south.
communication from W. L. Smith but such work will injure the .
cause All .
who wish to deal
ant of popular Harry Stalberg and :Miss Wartman Mr. Kyle Wartmanand with W. Ludden, J. A. Bates '
chairman of the trustees of the Weirs- he represents. The preacher should not B. Campbell Jaspersen .A. 1
Smith
sat down to a banquet table the like of Miss ;Mary Wartman.The remember they are associatonly -
dale school district, was before the condone the sins of the rich, nor exploit in .
which has rarely had its counterpartin grand sermon preached by ,
board. It stated that there was a the sins of the poor. He should 1
Ocala. The following was the bill Bishop Hoss at the Methodist church
matter of difference between the par- deal to each one as to men to whom
of fare the. Woodmen run up against: and the talk by Miss Tydings on Mexico -
ty conveying the children from South he has a mission. The pulpit is not LuddenlCampbel1lSmith Co
Turkey stuffed with oysters, were greatly enjoyed.Mrs. ,
Lake Weir to Weirsdale and some of the place where his courage will be .
Oyster dressing, Hoss has joined the bishop as
the patrons as to the route and the needed. But in private and in his PIANOS r ff/KS/ E flU
I Cranberry sauce Roast beefCelery the i guest of Mrs. White. ICAl I leCHJNOISE.
requirement of children to get to and personal relations with men, he will
salad, Lettuce salad, I Sirs. Anna Browning of Virginia, is 18.West
from the wagon especially in cold and need to be as brave 'as a lion. I ad- BaySt.. Phone 819 Jacksonville, }
visiting her sister Mrs. Clarke Greener.
,
Olives, Lettuce, Celery, Pickles -
wet weather. The communication ask- mire the old prophet of Samaria, who Dessert -- 'la.J' -

ed the board to appoint some one or would not come out of his humble
Chocolate cake, Cocoanut cake, Lee Douglas of Quincy is visiting
more to Investigate and adjust the home because7 there happened to be a
Plain cake. Confectionery, his parents here this week. tti
matter. prominent leper, General Naaman
Coffee, Beer, Lemonade, Stewart Harris returned to duty in \ [fUCI .
The secretary was Instructed to notify standing at the gate. We have no Hot drftiks, i Cigars. Asheville school on Wednesday.Mr. ? (: MOMEN'f (

the three trustees of the Weirs- mission to the mire accidents of position '- .: ': f .
The restaurant was attractively dec- and Mrs. Stewart Raney have .; k I. 5-
dale school that they which come to men. Our duty
are appointedto
I A' .
orated with holly, ferns, palms and returned from a two week's visit to ;; Have you decided the
on kind
decide as to the route and require- is to the man separate and the manapart =' .. ... i. ',' ;,,1, t offertilizer :
evergreens and the tables were made Reddick. t., '{.. 'f!' ,
ments for conveying the children to from all the accidents of his life.We ..., .: you are going to use? It's -
beautiful with flowers and cut glass. Mrs. York is visiting relatives in > \ ., '-

and from the school. ." "are to reprove, rebuke, with all The] Service was admirable. middle Florida. h' .. J \ t"npt a question: of how much, but .:

Dr. W. P. Wilson and P. II. Moore long suffering," both in public and in .,/{ 4V'i; j 4. t what kiwi: when the bsst result f. .
Council Commander Gottleib made a .
)
appeared before the board and asked private. Surely an age of such worldly 1- humorous and splendid toastmaster Meeting of the Board of Trade.A ''''i''J;' {" :t ,. be obtained. You can't make .,

that the board .make application for mindedness needs a brave and fear- J; ; \ o.f Jean
sand very pleasant meeting of the I r when
the responses of Woodmen to (: ; you use our High grad
two months' extention for the Christ- less ministry, one which will, with; board oS trade was he'd in the city !'o ;" ".tl': 'I W .
the various toasts were eloquent, wit- Xi r fertilizers.
'1- ; .. .
Ian school as it had made an average tendernes and patience, 'declare the council chamber ...: : ., >
ty and amusing and the banquet was Friday night. .. !'f-J--r ."
of 80 lr cent for the regular school whole counsel of God" without fearor ;t L.t. ... .
.. Highest cash
supremely enjoyed by every Woodman Quite a number of propositions were 01'p .,...; .. f'lLf price paid for dry bones .!":
term of five months. favor. present discussed having for their object the '- 1

a The secretary was Instructed that if beautification and upbuilding of Ocala

the 80 per cent had been made to Imperfect Digestion. "How shall Ocala her of FLORIDA FERTILIZER MFG. C"OiPANY.Y:
Means less nutrition and in conse- The Beavers to Meet at Birmingham in get quota

.. make application for the extention. quence less vitality. When the liverfails February.The the Winter 'Visitors?" was one of the Gainesville. Fla

The treasurer's report was examined to secrete bile, the blood becomes -' propositions] discussed.It .
loaded with bilious properties! ,
and approved as. follows: the digestion becomes impaired and ;supreme: secretary: : of the Beavers was observed that Orlando, no ':

;" Balance from last report. . .f 7.83 the bowels constipated Jlerbine will bigger than Ocala with better t-
H.'T.. English, of Birmingham, ; no attractions .
Received from E. L. Carney rectify this; it gives tone to the stomach ti The Vehicle and Harness
f' liver an dkidneys, strengthens the Ala., has issued the following New ; with no better hotel accommodations Co

levy of 1903: .. .. .. :... 592.66 appetite, clears and improves the complexion Year's greeting to all members of this Is crowded to its full capacity -
Received infuses new life and vigor to
from E. L. Carney
nearly all winter long with winter
the whole system. 50 cents bottle. order: Cor. Forsyth and Cedar St.
Polls of 1903; . . . 153.00: Sold a visitors while Ocala faresless..
by all druggists. m --It is gratifying to report that our JCKSOXVILLE FLORIDA.

order is in a prosperous condition, the well.

Total receipts . . ... .$755.49 The First Grapefruit. growth in membership is continuous, Oiling the streets for laying the -

Disbursed during month . 739.55 but conservative- dust in dry weather and preventingthe Dealers in Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Surreys

:t E. C. Barnard, of E. C. Barnard & "Dams are being instituted in all mud and slush ,in wet weather Road Carts, Harness Saddles Lap Robes Etc.
; . .. .$ 15.94 ,
and also to health .
Co., a few days ago told the Newsman sections of the union, and new Beaver as a protection ,

y'W.. D. Conn, Sec. how introduced into was also discussed. and the benefits LARGEST CONCERN IN '
i ne grapefruit homes dedicated to justice, brotherly THE STATE AND LOWEST PRICES I'J

the Chicago market. love and fidelity, therefore the officers reported from California and otherstates
Florida Retail Merchant's Association.
"""e introduce grapefiuit in this of the supreme dam believe as where the oiling methods have

market," he said. "The firm was Barnard our noble order expands it is necessary : been adopted, were cited.A .
Bayard, }'la. Jan. 6, 1906.
Edwards & Co. I was in Floridaand to improve our ritual, and it becomes running and animated discussionon"
Dear Slr-The railroads of this PRICE LIST OF
saw grapefruit on the trees for my agreeable duty to addressyou : various other topics was kept up

state have granted a rate of one and the first time. It was in BorlandBros. upon that subject. for an hour or more before an adjournment EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR CO.

one third fares for the round trip
grove at Citra. Borland explained "The second annual meeting of the was proposed. ,
for the convention of retail merchantsto The Great Southern Mall Order House,
to me that it was a new variety supreme dam will be held in the cityof Those present were Editor Bittin- h

be held In Jacksonville Jan. 9th of orange, but was no account Ido Birmingham, Ala., the first Mondayin ger and Editor Harris. EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart Measure.Per .
and 10th and all who attend this
may asked him what he was going to February. Each subordinate damis
convention entitled to this rate, Four SIX Per
are The Winter Garden Section.
with them. "Nothing. he said.Well requested to appoint a committee to Gallen Quarts Cue
provided they comply with the requirements Hatchett's Private Stock.._ -.._.._._............._ $400 fjoo Quart>>oo
I will pay the freight on them to Chicago suggest improvements in or draw upa Hatchett'* Thai's Whiskey .-....._...__.,.__. 450 4& Juoo
laid down by the Southeastern ." I paid. "All right," said Borland. new ritual, including the kind of A special correspondent of the Chicago Hatchett's Old Rye.. ...__....._........... ... ". ._ 320 320 69P 4SC! 1375 ate
r Eureka C Apple Biandy!....._ ...._ .... ..
passenger association which I He set his men to packing and parai,hernalia, to be used in they initiation Packer, a paper devoted to the; N C. Apple Brandy._.... ._.__..._...__'".__..._.. 475 335 475 35: 700..liS leM
are as follows;- promotion of the fruit and vegetableproduction Eureka Malt '" ....... ........._..._........ 400 400 600 970
we shipped about twenty boxes. Dr. of candidates and the style of fcureka N, C, Peach Brandy....._...._ .. ... 1200I40O
You must purchase one first class Charles Reed the well known physician officers and members' regalia desirJt1."The has recently visited the N C. Peaah lirandy ...,..... ........._....?? ... 325 475 325 475 700 '
Eureka N C. Corn .,... .._? ......? ...__....__ 4 54li 97
and at ? 3
ticket to the place of meeting has told me about grapefruit hehad beaver, the animal from which Winter Garden section and speaks tit Eureka N. C. Corn,XX ...__._- _.. ..._......... 3 2S Jo 3 J 25 oo 460 97*
ooo
the same time procure of the ticketagent I as follows: Eureka K C. Corn. XXX .....,.-.......... __ 2 75 a.7S 830
seen in his travels abroad. our order derives its name, is a very Eureka N. C. Corn XXXX.----....-- ......_. 250 4 15
-' a certificate of the standardrjkttn wrote the greatest jibing let- industrious little creature, and many At thus point orange shipments are Old Crow Bourbon.: ...._ ................:. .-. _.......-- 45 45"- > 175 75t 3
k S6
Sunny Brook Rye.. ......--... ... ._.__.:.. 13
properly! executed and I ever did in my life to my part- beautiful lessons can be taken from Jt. still heavy. It Is estimated that not: Sunny Brook Sour Mash ......--..... .. .... -. 375 375 565 n y>
J.t>y the said agent. At the place more than half of the crop has H Echo Spring,.........................._........_?. --._-_. 37 45* 455; 75 l6s II JD
and,told him we must get $12 per "The supreme officers desire hatace goneto I SilkVelvet.,.._ ...-_ .... .- .__..... ...- 751ST
meeting an authorized officer of for this fruit. I then wrote to your committee be appointed at ( market. This same condition exists Oak and ...... .....oo.- .........._.._? 375 500 5 400 25 600 785 .a o0* =

f society will sign these and told him what I was doing with instructions to have their actions in all this section. There has I Gin From $2.50 to 13.50 par Gallon Delivered I .

fwwlng that fifty or more [' $ he told all his patients about it approved and adopted by your dam been an unusual rainfall during the I Save twelve labels ol Hatchett's Private Sto'k and secure a bottle free haw twelve

;;holding these certificates have recommended it as the"grE'atest and that the chairman of the sid last month, and this has delayed shipments labels That's of Hatchett's Old Rye and secure a bottle free Save twelve table of Hatch U'i
whiskey and secure a bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka N
t!iin attendance at one or more of in the world. My partner took committee be sent as a delegate to the very materially. Corn and secure a bottle free.. Save twelve tables of N, C Apple Brandy aid recare C.
.ae slolUL This certificate when This section is developing into a fine one bottle free Save twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free. price> .f
sold
letter seriously and actually meeting of the supreme dam in Birmingham all goods bought at company's store are 70C per gallon leaf than when delivered. No

S I'perly: signed and showing the \" grapefruit at $10 to $12 per box. Ala, to present the proposedchanges trucking country, in addition to ilngj brands charge ot for jus. boxes or drayoge. All of my bottles are full measure. All standard

|Jhe special agent will entitle the then went around and got what or new ritual his expenses to one of the best fruit sections in the wines quoted whiskies on application sold over my We bar at also loc carry per daiuk cheaper-io from liquors} leave than 5 those tor you.quoted All

fchaser to the rate of one third .sso"I be had In the neighboring groves be deducted fi'om the per capita tax state. There is a great deal of gardening 0 Special satisfactory.p ices on large quantities; packed any sizes deiircd. Money refunded if goods .

( for the return. )' were willing to give the fruit to due the supreme dam for the termhem L here and the crops are varied.They EUREKA WINE AND
LIQUOR COM
air. These certificates can be ( raise lettuce, cabbage, sweet and
I for the picking, bat we paid ending December 31, 1905. ...3.5V Bay St. "
for the wives and families of those a box. We gathered 70 boxes, Irish l potatoes and various other pro- Jacksonville Fla.

i (j-- ,, ...... .... ._ ..
""" = :F. .... .
tending. this lot did not bring so much, Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L. 0.1 ducts. Some lettuce is being shippednow ,

IE. These tickets should be on sale Edwards got $5 to J7 for it. This Of Waverly. Texas writes: "Of but cabbage is a little late and

agents beginning on Saturday along about 1S72. The Borland find morning a troublesome:, when first collection arising, ofphel I often- potatoes are just now being planted.It ""r"r"f"r"r"r"r"r"r"'r"r'tr"r"'r'r"'r"r"r'" " " '! " ''' -

tad and will be good for have since established big groves egm which produces a cough and is will be 60 days before any Irish r- ..
very hard to dislodge; but a smallquantity
until Saturday. Jan 31. but I understand they potatoes are sent to market.
berj5, o fBallard's Horehound Syrup -
Very respectfully: I I retained all the old groves at will at once dislodge it, and the trouble Gold Storage i -

A. :M. is over. I know of uo medicinethat Tommy Donnelly and Marry Shunkfor
and promise to ship orangesagain .
is equal to it, and it is so pleasant .
Becy Florida Retail Merchants front that section.New York to take I can most cordially recommend seventeen years identified with the r...

ciation. News. it to all persons needingmedicino a AI. G. Fields Greater Minstrels, and
Fruit & Produce for throat or lung trouble.Sold ." I a.. Of Meats
by'all druggists. m two of the best minstrel comedianswho "

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Absolutely i A Little Boy Kills a Wild Turkey."Lik have ever been connected witha .

Harmless. I I Tampa's Big Record for 1905. a minstrel organization will a :
The fault of giving children mediclue -- .
containing injurious substancesIs # father like son" is an adagethat I I. double monologue in the Donnelly & -

sometimes more disastrous than the is about to be verified in the; >ren- "Gained 10,000 in population. Hatfield magnificent minstrels. It .= We beg to Announce to the public 3
I I .
disease from which they are -
suffering laJe 22,000,000:! cigars.'Iluilt -
goes without saying that this will( bone -- -
Every mother should nen family. -.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is perfectly I Oscar when living .supplied 1,000 new buildings' of the entertaining features _of that we are ready to cure

safe for children to .take Itfor "Paid the Federal government $.: ,- this as these gentlemen arenew -ar--
company
f mtats thanf
contains nothing harmful and i his house with more wild ,

coughs colds and croup is unsurpassed. almost anybody. This is a luxury I 558,312.99 in revenues sure to come forward with a E- .MEA T S. We guarantee == -

For sale' by; all druggists. m which has been sadly missed the "Held the biggest fair ever held inwhen budget of jokes. They are both i top -- .

'Another the Ban bereaved ones until Christmas Florida- notchers in minstrelsy and famous as E --.
Pretty Flower for satisfaction and solicit pat- -
"Begun 500,000 worth of your
| ner. little Guy shouldered his father's gun brickf monologuists. At the Opera housenext -- -

and stru'ck out to get a turkey for street paving. Thursday night -- --
"Begun $100,000 worth D? additionalsewerage. : :: -
K The Ocala Banner has issued a pro- the Christmas dinner. He followed hifather's S I ronage. ==
P. cashier of f the -
Dr. B. Richards -
Pftamation himself and -
for the New Year declaringthat tactics, secreted -
call "Begun deepening harbor channelv bank of H. F. Dutton & Co., and W, --
It will be better and brighter than began to imitate the turkey Pretty I
,. to 20 feet. II. Dale secretary of the Dutton Phosphate .
fever out old gobbler put in s
before The Banner points soon a fine
Bought the Tampa Bay Hotel pro- Co., left Friday for Atlanta -
'lie' that there Is not a singletoday appearance. Guy said he looked as P Ocala Ice
atness pert, securing a magnificent park; Ga., where they were summoned
he
1 enterprise in Ocala big as an elephant. However popped -
-
rr and assuring continuance of the hoteL -
as witnesses in the case of the Guaranty -
l that was there when the Banner was away and down came his feathered .
"Expanded in all lines of material Co., vs J. ?r'. Strobhar in a .
started. This is a record'that is toP majesty.-Plant City Courier. :
prcsperity. charge of embezzlement of funds of E Co
the&nner
proud of and the friends of : fuel I

throughout the state hope that Buy your Fertilizer or Fertilizer "Established hundreds of new Indus the Atlanta Coast Line, while agentat ,.

of Lang Swartz & Co. tries and business concerns.-Tamp a Gainesville station. They may be
lit has I

nV.win=*lire ampa longer Herald.than it, ever. '_ : J Jacksonville Seats for the, Fla.Sanders Fertilizer Co., Tribune. r." .. .--_'_.:." '., I j I absent. several days.-Gainesville Sun. J iljl1jl1l11l1 I jl1jl'jllll' jlljl1jl!! llll11jl'J' ''j1l11ll1J1l11111l11jl'll'l l 'll

"
"
..110., .' ---' ; .


I

+ 1 f yS
Tf
4

.
11v


It1 /, ,. ,, ";-' _.."-"-_.--, .. ,?r";<<.";" ,.}:;." "..-- ,' .-'-(!-.:"s..Jrl ",.-'
-
:: ,'. -
-

-- -
--



S 2

-
-.
.. \ .
.



PAGE: EIGHT. THE OCALA BANNER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 19O :-:

.
J r

5 AN OLD CITIZEN RESTS FAREWELL SERMON. .KORESHENETY EXPLAINED.It Card of Thanks. .

) FROM HIS 'LABORS. -- ?? w 1 Strauss'
is the Fulfillment of the Fullness of
Mrs. S. A. and
---- Rev. W. D. Turnley to' Leave For Standley family desire -
Yesterday Time-The Fruit of the Tree of to their sincere thanksto
f'J.. W. F. Eichelberger Died express
Dade City.Last Life, This Fruit Being the friends who
r at the Age of Seventy-five. sympathized with

Immortal Men. them in the great sorrow that fell up-

T J. W. F. Eichelberger, one of the Sunday Rev. W. D. Turnley j on them last Sunday They feel.that. Royal. Reserve

pUneer citizens of Sumter and :Marion pastor of the Baptist church, Dr.Cyrus Teed the apostle of Kor- "He who tempers the wind to the

quietly at his ed his farewell sermon he prea.ch'I''I' eshenety who is building a city called shorn lamb" has remembered them in'
counties, passed away
the New Jerusalem in Monroe county
their sad hour of affliction and has i
this week for his new field of workat
home, corner Kay and Marion streets below Fort ,Myers, and which he ex- made their burden less grievous_ to be .. "

this city yesterday afternoon, death Dade City, .by bis consecrated pects will contain a million souls, lec- borne, and the marks of kindness I

resulting from old age and a compli- Christian life he has endeared himself tured in the auditorium of the Windsor shown them by the people of Ocala, OCALA MINING LABORATORY. .

of this hotel Jacksonville last Thursday the Elks Woodmen of World
cation of diseases at 1.25 o'clock. to the good people communitywho the and I P. T. SCIIREIBER.

Mr Eichelberger died at the advanced regret to see him leave. Arca- night. the Fraternal Union will always be Membercf

age of 75 years, surrounded in his dia's loss will be Dade City's gain. After He gave at length an explanation of remembered 'with much gratitude. Consulting the Society and Analytical,of Chemical Chemist.Industry, Lou '

Koreshenety.The Eng Member he Ameaican Chemical
the services Sunday the church con.
last foments by members of- his -Immediate -
Society.
rising vote passedthe following is a condensed state' Stomach Troubles and *
family and brother: Adam L. unanimously by a Constipation."Chamberlain's P..O. Box 703.
ment of his explanation: Stomach and Liver
Eichelberger, of Ocala. In his last following resolutions and presented Tablets are the best thing for stomach OCALA FLA. Get 22. 190' .
"The Lord the of the ,
was product
moments he announced his readinessto him with a well filled purse in troubles and constipation I have ever
processes of involution the concom- sold," says J. R. Cullman, a druggist :
token of their love and esteem: Whisky
assured of his preparation to Wholesale
die & Co
of Potterville, Mich. They are easy to Messrs. Strauss ,
itant and co-ordinate of the processesof \ I
meet his Maker Resolutions-Our beloved pastor WD. take and always give satisfaction. I
evolution, and was called the Son tell customers them If Merchants Ocala Fla,
The deceased was one of the best- Turnley, having resigned the care my to try and ,
of because he the not satisfactory to come back and get
Man was highest
kown men in Florida, many years ago. of this church to take effect today! it their money but have never had a Gentlemen. In accordance with your
desire to bear to his product of the human race as much. complaint 'For sale
at one time being reccognized as the is our testimony by all druggists -
char- superior to the ordinary human as the m nstructions visited [ycur warehouse m ,
orange king of the State. He was deep- upright Christian life, spotless ,
human is superior to the kingdom beneath -
ly religions and a skilled musician, acter, unselfish devotion and faithful the 19th instant and personally selected
,
It. "The Lord, he said "con-
with a great love for children. If such services as pastor of this church for Do You
.... which stituted the first fruits of a new gen- I Wish to from your stock a sample of"Strauss'
three during
the past ,
be possible-he was a man without an years i
of who would be the offspringof
us man
he was affectionate time the membership ,has increased
enemy. By many
the Son of God. The Lord'was call- MAKE '
MONEY
ly known as "Uncle Frank' and to fifty per cent, the contribution for mis- i Royal l Reserve"whisky
church ed the Son of God because he was the
this great host of acquaintances his sions increasing until our

death will come with as great a shockas stands second in the state lathe matter product of the divine' overshadowing Growing Good WatermellonsNext .
shows it to
which
missions.. and, thus conceived through the function the analysis o
does it to the bereaved family.. i of contributions to Year
of a human virgin, whence. he de-
.
shall remember Bro. Turn- contain
Ifr. Eichelberger leaves to mourn Wp ever Rau
his All of the forcesof FROM EDEN 1
rived personality. SEED?
y his decease, a widow, a brother, and ley with the tenderest love and affec- the spiritual divinity flowed into Alcohol (by weight), per cent, . 36.C6 ,

12 children, all of whom have the sym- tion 'and pray that wherever he may the Son as the Son of Man: progressedin Alcohol (by volume), per cent. . 43.61 : JL ,

pathy of the entire community in their cast his lot, the blessings of our Heav- his career and divine development. If so I can help you start right by supplyingseed Degree proof, per cent . .. . .87.10 {

loss. The children who survive him enly Father may attend him and be, at a reasonable price. Residue on evaporation, p cent. .. .,. O.GGO ;
Every attribute possessed by the God- Last spring the wages of rats forced me to
are Walter, Willie John, Douglas upon him. plant my watermelon crop three times before a Ash, per cent. . . .. . :. 0.011 '

Charlie_ and Love, Estelle, Rosie and We request that, this resolution be the head Son finally who became was the the-material attribute habita-of stand ripened was too secured.late for profitable Consequently'shipment my melons and Reducing sugar, per cent. . ... .. 0.225

'Fleecy Eichelberger and Mrs. R. A. spread upon our minutes a copy duly instead of allowing them to decay I saved seed Volatile acids, per cent . . .. 0.027
the invisible who in the following frltu
tion of divinity, was painstaking manner'
per-
Jackson, Mrs. J. T. Moore and :Mrs. signed by our clerk be given to Bro. fectly shaped. sized and npeued selected marietmelons. Amyl alcohol (fusel oil), per cent. . 0.073
within the Son. This he
Turnley-Arcadia News. completely : .the first on live vines.! ,

a i Augustus January 11.Crawford. Tampa Tribune added Scripture to confirm quoting thrown Both ends away of the each melon melon SPlit and were the cut perfectly off and The above results show the whisky to be'r "',? -

the' answer of Jesus to Phillip's request matured seed taken from; the center and dried
Marion. '
Wants Manatee to do Like blended
with spehral care. No seed were saued from a carefully brand of high grade
I "Show us the Father and it decayed melons.

i' 'Flowers-for Ocala. I[ The people of Manatee county have sufficeth us." "Have I been so long and I guarantee goodab these have seed I'verbcen to be grown.strictly first class and that it has been disstilled from a clean, pure grain mash

To show our utter and altogether "dilly dallied" long enough on trucking time with thee and hast thou not chantile As to my agency responsibility responsible I re6er business to any concern mer- The amount of fusel oil and of volatile acids is very low.

known me, Phillip? Believe-me I am
and business which Is all
good will for Ocala, and for that mat- j orange : Respectfully,

.' ter, for every other town in the state right as far as it goes and should in the Father and the Father in me." 75c per pound F. T. SCHREIBER, ChemistFOUR

The lecturer, says the reporter of

anything
have
really precedent over
that is alive, enterprising and .progressive -

we take pleasure in reproducing else but what we've got to come to the Jecksonville\ Metropolis maintained -

Is stuff and living 'at that as the product of the,planting '"
I the following amiable defenseof raising more Henry D. Still .
of the Lord in the race which was accomplish FULL EXPRESS
the "Brick City" from "Short home. This idea of only working three QUARTS $3.50 PREPAID
through the operation of Blackville, S. C. i
in the and
Talks" In the Jacksonville TimesUnion or four months year expecting -

which is always ready to say a to get rich from one vegetableor ,the Holy Spirit and which was the Eden Seed. .

good word for every town and every orange crop is a myth, and we justas substance of the dematerialized per- i

section of Florida. well understand it right now. Any sonality of the Lord there would be II I

"The Commercial declares that man with energy and 'common sense, produced 'the multiplication of the It W'111PayYou

Sons of God, ana that these sons STRAUSS & CO.
"Ocala is taking her cue from Lees- by working it right can make money
would constitute the fruit of the tree
in Manatee
and
burg and making a move. But when good money county, .
but he can't do it by working only of life this fruit bzeing immortal men, j. *
did Ocala stand still It is true she
who would mature in the earth and Sole Owners and Distributors
four months in the and
three
f has been accused of moving backward or :year
spending the balance of the time upon the basis of evolution would .
and now we know she is rushing -

forward but we never heard that wearing out the seat of his pants constitute a higher type of the human OCALA. FLORIDA. .

she stood still. She has been hard- around town whittling up dry goods being perfect, in"mortal and In- You have any Real Estate

i corruptible. The time is at hand for IF .
t
I Manatee Record. sell
wxes.- to
hit like the rest of us by cold and ,
I this new race to appear as indicatedby
ftre-but she has had a special. blow .I
I. Kissimmee. the movement of the sign Aries
of her own in the temporary collapse OR
passing from the constellation Pis- McMillan Bros.
.. of the phosphate industry, but Ocala Orange shipping is still heavy tat \
ces, into the constellation Aquarius.
' isn't dead and she never sleeps. this place and will continue so for You're thinking coming
Dr. Teed enunciates his convictions IF .
Leesburg has had her steady and tri- some tim ". The Waters-Carson Gro- to Florida for a home
with that positiveness which accom- -- Southern Copper Works
umphant march, which now promisesa cery Co., are handling about all the ,
panies the assurance of being firm-
culmination in which we rejoice with fruit here. This county had one of utters. OR Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills'

her but she shouldn't bite her thumbs the best fruit displays at the late
You desire to in
sisters and friends. state fair and a good many people I F invest any
at her neighbors, The Preacncr. kind of Florida property, and General Metal Workers.Old .
And as for following in her wake, the think it ought to have had first prize.W. .
We have heard a good deal of crit-
wise are always willing to profit by L. VanDuzor a real estate agent
icism within the past few months directed TO SEER
the experience of others. In some here, says there is a great demand r
at the preacher.He WRITEJILIIVINGSiON&SONS
things we would gladly see Jackson- orange groves and orange and truck took a vacation, something the Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

file more like Leesburg. lands in this section. Mr. Van DuzorIs devil would never think of doing. through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

ditch between the oceans," a large grower himself, having a 39 wire will receive
"Dig a attention
He raised his voice in protest prompt at either of the

say we alL "Give us deep water," acre grove. j against moral wrongs in the affairs of J follcwing worksFAYETTEtflLLE .

shout Jacksonville Miami Tampa Ocoee. state-another thing the devil would OCALA FLORIDA.LUMBER. .

f and a dozen others. "Dig canals from I never think of doing N. C.

the 'lakes to the. center of the, city," Ocoee Jan 3.-This is quite .an orange .:-I These and other things. Well. SAVANNAH GA

demands 'Leesburg. But where are and trucking section, and there Preachers cannot escape criticism. JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE ALA

the diggers? What's the matterith are some fine groves and gardens here. !
They probably do not expect to es-
the Chinese cheap labor, if all others Among the largest groves are these: cape.

fail? If we want digging, we must Fifty acres belonging fo B. M. Sims; But-

have diggers, and we must have no 30 acres belonging to W, J, Minor; 25 IROUGH
Did you ever stop to put yourself in and

discrimination against color, accord- acres, belonging to D. 0. Maguire, and your pastor's place? We are talking DRESSEDDry We Never Disappoint Our Patients

lag to the President.-Leesburg Com 9 acres, belonging to Wm. P. Blankelee. -
church
of
now of the pastor a city
mercial. The shipments of oranges from with a large membership.Do Siding Flooring and Ceilin uiJWMSLSf1.Prmlsi and Bmr Hold 8ut False K&p.

: this place have been heavy, and thereis j WE CURE Ptriotura &bo blre .r..JI..... tri.h ,....
you think two sermons a week de'.atloll from baal.sut C. II...d l.I..ei
A Grim Trabedy.is much fruit yet in the groves. Gar- however good they be. Is his only B. H. SeymourOcala cured never to rettra, without mereuTj or ntntral _titVrei Lea. of fluty

daily enacted in thousands of dening here is late, and very little may %orPo.UlyeJ,"r.41 I..H I\'m.la.W.,.rmaa.M.

komes. as Death claims. In each one, stuff is going to market.New York stunt? Do you realize that he is at Fla.and la.sb.Dr.Slit...toe eft Georgis to.tH tri i.t..,,,....,./wnitill

.another victim of Consumption or the beck and call of a lot of people ...,............. .. e"ouaajeJarOate41. Dr. N. r roy; D. foaaoerr
Pneumonia. But when Coughs and Packer. ---+---- -- f \Ullt wU .t1o..l.the chief eoesulutf aperLWt, ltlog
day and night? bllltd Of eminent phyticta.said
Colds are properly treated the tragedy atrreutt
is averted. F. G. Iluntley of Oaklan- His church is made up of all kindsof ,J/cVEJ( MACKA ieye i led Oar: ws..1CMt sae both'a Ue.Mlcal..d,"a&aea'elwWey o. throat..taclea diuuq II WttlaF
Exciting Contest in Escambia.The r.
den Ind. writes: "My wife had the Our ollces
.
persons. It requires the tact and s renal'tettt*
ItsIrsrvloletrtyse4PlaaetrtrlSsttct
consumption, and three doctors gave ...eyslattMal
her up. Finally she took Dr. King's ability of a general to fuse them all eottrhaao.toowaWIkemedieatitotaatloao o..nart..1t
aodera to ..
in Escambia CYST tapec sod eaploy s.a. bat ti lwae
Consumption senatorial contest
New Discovery.for
into one spirit. There, is more or less trained sad emcIett aneadaata regolerly "gam 1ft4.....
Coughs and Colds wh.ich cured her county is going to be one that will tad ttoea..d pbyateaaa beta.It eMq. I
;
and today she is well and strong. It friction. There are misunderstandingsand 'r W. wl .ea patiu" a..
'kills the germs of all diseases. One I furnish plenty of excitement. Hon. prejudices and jealousies and back 1 tor"a.reww a" east ...
55 a ,tbl. tU ltloa. O1Ir Ifnu tor
dose relieves. Guaranteed at 50c and John S. Beard, a well known public FUNERALDIRECTORS. to'10.00 per lDOutli.(me41etIiH tadti:74vett...... I
is
bitings. The church militant not
& Co. of
$1.00 by Tydings druggists. I> vice a cure athlt IP4I01W Ui ..
Trial bottle free. In man and Hon. J.: Campbell Avery composed entirely of,saints. The pas- MY BEST RffERElia ISM DISEASES. : V cit. t i-le
member of the last house and both '
tor who holds his place year after 1\1\1 U IU1 rft Dps : gaultap tuare Kidney st dffydroe.la Blad4., troablq BU' .
aaaai
A Fine Bank Statement. of Pensacola, will contest for the position i n p.UNTILCUUl4Ib l Dnitt Costae. .... W '
, :year must have executive ability of a Dtaeuu, Tame sad maUnu } 1IW'" ".'..rdl"t..
% Both have a large -1- Noss Tbrost. Head and Lull.
gentlemen Dells sass et ii.r:
S, set
high order, and many sleepless nightsare N. K. KIND M. D. Chronlo Dtaeaues of \VolDe..
By reference to another column the circle of friends throughout the entire his Have a full stock of Coffins Caske1! Cuxre Co..u.n.o PWYWau. QaasteraiDlubugeasadaaeJt .tata.e.W 1eA U etnaaa f itpkt.aetty.
portion and Burial Outfits ;Dt'cili1'given UI to-dsy rerudIa yoar eoa4lUos U roa ere elet.r
statement_ of the Commercial bank > tp W te etlietq. 0II.ut' .d
state who would be glad to see them He must visit the sick bury the Burial services. ri. lend yea tV l1wr&1are.laclll41q in&ptea Uuki for boaa.'"&meaL

will be seen. This bank is keepingsteps successful and It is. safe to say that CONSULTATION, XXAMI*ATIOJ* AKD AOVlCEfrIUtJ: .....er

with the progress that Is reported each will do his best to win the po age dead,the comfort despondent the ,bereaved lift up the encour-fallen Embalming to Order DR. KING MEDICAL 00., I ulat. 'a ct" rasclhta, tt i+a AIIant Oat

from all sections of the state. sition.-Tampa Herald __. n' n.n. ___
keep an eye on the choir elders .--
It has nearly reached the million dol-
deacons and ushers. To hundreds he I
lar mark. Dr. Hy Robinson. its pres- Tampa Still Marching Along. must be guide philosopher and Jerry Burnett --

ident, is one of the most cautious and .
friend.
conservative business men in Florida
The coming of two large cigar factories Moreover he must keep in touch Merchant
but at the same time is progressive S. STANDLEY
to Tampa within a week of each with: things. He must be up to datein & CO
and is quick to encourage every 'solid
other is abundant proof that the su- every particular. An old fogy .
and substantial enterprise.
perority of this city as a place of preacher in a city pulpit will last Tailoring.Ocala .
Dr. S. IL Blitch. manager of the The
manufacture of clear Havana cigarsis about as long as a dish of Ice cream Pinnacle of Human Skill
Commercial branch bank of this city,
beyond question. The return of exposed to the July sun. Where he Florida.
speaks encouragingly of the progress
the ,:Manarara Brothers Is especially gets time to read and study and think I Has Ix
It is making but it could hardly do Finest Imported and been reached in our oarrIaltt, "
gratifying to their old-time friendsin and write is a mystery. t
otherwise with so energetic and pop- Domestic Cloths. .
the city where they lived for so And this is the man, worn to a fraz; buggies and harnew. The only way
his head.
at
ular a man
.. many years. There are others zle, to whom you begrudge a vaca- Cutting a Specialty -- __\ they can ever be better U to raise the

coming of equal importance and the tion. Fits Guaranteed. '
Sickening Shivering Fits.
or Ague and Malaria, can be relieved year 1906 will see additions to the This is the man and citizen with pinnacle-elevate the tandard- ad

and cured: with Electric Bitters. Thisis cigar manufacturing strength of the love of God and home and native land I even then our vehlcea! foilad
a tonic medicine; of especial .. M >m be
pure .
benefit in malaria, for it exerts a true city of Tampa equal to those of any whom you would have keep silencein I .. at the

curative Influence on the disease, driv- previous year.-Tampa Times. the face of the liquor menace and Education Mail top. They are not *o high
by !
lAg it entirely out of the'system. It is
other moral and political wrongs. prices, though to be *
much to be preferred to Quinine having as out of teat
Ko fearing home or employment to get an ado
of this drug's bad after- Lost-Pointer dog named Jane. Don't put your petty burdens on his .
none
tatkltt. CtlhM only.p.* time ttqAjtng mi hnmfl. _a..K?r of most vehicle
f ects. R S. Munday, of Henrietta, Liver colored, with tipped legs and shoulders. Give your preacher a Grammar- Arithmetic, Ateebn Geometry wen. Let nt quote
,Texas writes "My brother was very ,Bbetangsdenaea: ,mst.orJ.ta D.ec.c.. you figures.
low with malarial fever and jaundice, flanks: Four years old. Liberal reward chance. Help him to do his duty. ThmacUyTMcfctbr MIL Te cben. ..liedtopasaamm.Coaslayraotaacee

till he took Electric Bitters, which I if delivered at the stable of J. He is the salt of the-earth.-PalatkaI .dddrelr,k I.BDIESh1&tb.I1ae: CataJoruetree.

saved his life.. At'Tydings & Co., drugstore R. :Martin. & Co. d-w-tf News .... LIVERY FEED. & SALE
; price SOc guaranteed. m \ STALE


l": -
,. Ir
: .

..
,r
"
?*'''''' !, :., << '-':" ."
-
'_''i.U'J. .: .. ,->e.D''l. ., ,, .. '" '', ,; M1Y
.
;".'-_' .-So "; :" '-- _-"->_''''',':' .'"
jS. t-
-s



: y :

I




.

-I- THE OCALA BANNER,-. FRIDAY, JANUARY -19, 1906. PAGE ELiVIN


I LOUISIANA VETERANS MEET. T GENERAL LEE'S BIRTHDAY -- WANT- BUFFALO TERMINALS.. .

MOOD, big "mealy"potatoes I TO BE CELEBRATED. 1 I \ 1 Yrl1fe6BloUl1i........,. I /1 b24A; ; ;

W can hot United Confederate Veterans and ,Affiliating | -- I I Competing Railroad Companies are I R. DPUUKK. U F.BI.ALOCR. [ { '? .
I I'm't" '\
&
BV.LOCK,
Organizations Now in i Daughters of the Confederacy Will Fighting for' Privlleges-Railrod II .

'be produced without Session in Crecsent City. .: Give Silver Tea Friday Afternoon Commission Hearing Case I Den t ,ts. (t AAA BA.NK DEPOSIT

and Evening. OverMuaroe & Chambliss Back OclaPl&. : tt..PUUU R R. Iii ...... .......

:l liberal amount of Special to the Ocala Banner. _. Special to the Ocala Banner. 'I* E.BIGGS. and ckfiuxit on earth. ttoa't Uk..<**(.lit*.MtatM.Wife a.ejC0ftGlA ....

New Orleans, La., Jan. li The- an- The Daughters of the Confederacywill Buffalo New York, Jan., 17.-The I -- I ALABAMA(HiSlftESS C UI tC.XKM.6

POTASH in : the fertilizer nual reunion. of the Confederate Veterans I J give a silver tea for the benefit I State Railroad Commission will meet .. ATTO RN EY-AT.LAW. ----- -

here today to hear arguments in the (Office Gary-Ajfuew Block.) NOTiCE.
: .
opened here today. Several I of the Confederate Monument fund at OCALA. P'.ORW&J -
-not less than ten t matter of the applications for a certi- Notice of Applicatwn fr r
thousand people from all parts of the the residence of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. ** Dd
I ficate necessary for a termInal by; the M. THOMPSON. Under Stctton 8 Charttr MM,

per cent. It must be south are in the city and more are. Scott, Fort King avenue on Friday Buffalo Lake Erie and Niagara rail- LavM of Florida.Notk .
PHYSICIAN:: AND SfRGEON. | >3 te (.M<*by ghm ital TIXMLawten. *..
still arriving here with every train. from 3:30, o'clock in the afternoon. to road company. The company wantsto Office over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp, Monteztmi. imrrhMor tt 1** CertU..a
in the form of Sulphateof \ run a belt line around Buffalo. The No. 1W dated tiM fed 4y of JUA*. A.
I The local 10 o'clock in the evening. Friday is OCALA. FLA. I
camps of the Confederate I).. 1M:. baa fllwl .*U eertllk.a. la
POTASH of Veterans organized and affliated orga- the anniversary of the birthday of line covers practically the same territory my offlc*. and hu mad *H>ltet(.*

highest nizations had 'made. extensive preparations General Robert E. Lee and for this as that covered by the Buffalo F-'DWIN SPEN. ElL- S with fur tax law.dowl Haiti to IWNM crttmt ta at"mtMttei*-#nU.(ft

quality. for the reception and .entertain : reason the 19th of January was selected Terminal Railroad company which ATTORN EY.AT.LA, the following d.*cr4Wl prur f situated .

ment of the visiting veterans and by the Daughters as a suitable has also applied for such a certificate." OCALA, ?4-y FLOtlDA in Marion eo *.t.J'. FturMt, !..
I wit: Northeast qoartar .... It Itauf's.
.
The two companies are composed of
Plant Food" and "Truck Fanning" are they are meeting with a most hospi- day for holding their entertainment. A .a
K. CHASE.
two practical books which tell of the success. tiontable reception. The opening ses- musical and literary program will be rival business men and the commis- J Range 32 Ka.t, 1J4 ...... ,.... sii4 -

rendered both in the afternoon and culty in solving the problem before land being *M 'M d at tile daM of ti
ful growing of potatoes and the other garden ion of the fifteenth anpual conventionof DENTIST, Issuance of awch
r *tHk to t* ...
truck-sent free to those who write for them. the Louisiana division United Confederate j evening and this tea promises to bea them. The frontier company was denied OCALA Ft name of Thomas J....*. f.tacmiOeate .... -

Addrtu. GERMAN KALI Veterans specially interesting event. Everyone a certificate last year and the hall to fi. WORKS. will meet here at
L. SITRATTORNEY.At.LAW..' ing to law. tax dd win
tarn. UM.* Bon
York-93 Nassau sloners will have considerable diffi- CARLOS
New Street or the same time and the members of the is very cordially invited to be the SSth day *f J..*." A. 0.
AtUnU. Oa.-%%>i So. Broad Street'
latter organization will probably attend I present. present application is practically a 1906.

renewal of the former application. Room 4. MJic Building Witness my om iat *4 *tttr* ALl
the camp fire meetings of the I this the nUt dy of 'f. A.
MAYOR DUNNE ON WAR PATH. United Veterans which will be held CLAIM BEING DEPORTED. The" railroad commissioners will haveto Jal 1903.

decide on the strength of the testi- .M ISS B. N. SINCLAIR, SeaL] 8. T. flPTUK
every evening during the convention. Clerk Circuit
Says Dives in Windy City Must Dis I Members of Cigar Makers Union are in mony and arguments offered which Florida. Court. Mutoa 11.21"at,.
STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER.and .
appear-Will not be Tolerated SAW MILL MEN MEET. Havana and Say They Were Made one of the two rival companies -
Notary Public.
After May 1. To Leave Key West. I any, is entitled.to, a certificate. It Is NOTICE.
I Special attention to out of Town Work
Georgia and Florida Association Hold I safe to say that, no matter what the
Commercial Bank Ocala, Fla.
Special to t he Ocala Banner. Annual Meeting at B-unswick I I Special to the Ocala Banner. i decision of the railroad commissionersmay I, Tares are due and pays," M t** Irrt

._. ..... ............ ... Monday of November ol each year.t. .
111. Jan. be the ruled -
Chicago 17.The out will
.
owners Will Meet in JacksonvilleNext I Havana, Cuba Jan., 17.-Six men company Personal ,d pc4l tairs.. t be pail it U.

of the dives which cluster around the Fall. arrived in this city from Key West, appeal to the courts to have the decis-, John White & CO. same eumeata time are that to the mil amt cUte party U,f..U ft,II a.-

lower part of the down town business and stated they had been forcibly ion of the. commissioners aside. LOUISVILLE KY. 3. If possible con U pero* t. pa/ ...r

o Special to the Ocala Banner. made to leave that place by self constituted The result may be that the line will : EatabflA.4IUT taie !Payin bt mail or tWi h oQtf paKw'
district. have been notified, by the IlIa..aarte& price is is Ireqneatly niiMttotactvry.
not be built for
several
Brunswick Ga. Jan. 16.-The Georgia commitee citizens. years. fiUfornwFURS Whe.
: .4. yon come Upayjrotir UIM "Vr" ar s
chief lot police that they wit not be and Florida Sawmill Associationmet They came from Tampa to Key : description from your deed or Ut"l Ut r tm"
,
of
wtut wish .
to ..
( tolerated in that locality after :May 1, in this West Several days but were not Assessor's Notice.I I and Hides. '. you pay
q., city today. The; lumber- : ago So Donl wait till U4 few dayof taM to My,
1906, This announcement at first Wooha.L thea expect the bea *terrM rit.... ...
men want the railroad to equip cars allowed to remain here. The state department will be at the following places on 2iiS3 person. Ibe ra k Is then en sea Mays* Mla sic

caused considerable consternation and with movable stakes and binders. A at Washington has bee, time specified to receive returns of BnaTiJdable. Y>u ra *t tab yuw ttri as It

chief of police that they will not be committee of nine was appointed to asked to investigate the mater. property and agricultural statistics. Wsjaro: tie sle agct fer the eeieh&Ud comes
Meet with
correct 6. You
me descriptionsof BUilt have .
your "t kr *..*r s*
surprise among the owners who meet with railroad representatives at your property and you will never .Genuine Zarpen Leather Gce!!. Ocala Fur Ieued.ifyM1whioi oi4 twtMt l wt.i

are mostly ward politicians from the Written for the Ocala Banner: have any' trouble. of IUra. The CJllutor eanaat atotf* ..*
Old Point Comfort 1 to liture C.
on February January, 1906 ._ _ _ ationordeicriptioa of._.11.iniini hMim its
administration. After awhile they began au bo9k. F.. L.CARNICY,
TstCnAfdtt
consider this matter. The committeewas LAKE WEIR. Martel 22, a. m. ,
Bad Outlook for Tomato Growers.
MarhMt |.
03735 OM ty.O.l., p -
to doubt the of the -
sincerity police Cotton Plant 22 p. m.
given full .
power.A The tomato will
crop be late this
.' Heldtsville 23, 10 a. m. tu 2 p. m. -
and to the
department came_ conclusion committee of nine was appointedto Ye'ars, Ah! more tnan a hundred years .
Dunnellon, 24. spring-if at all-and the probabilityis NOTICE APPLICATION FOR LEAVE
I that the order was merely meet with the manufacturersof the ago Romeo, 25, 11 a. m. to :2 p. m. .
that if- the planters for late TO SELLMINOR'SLAND.
Nature formed thee lone, and still try a ,
like so many other previous orders a gulf coast looking to closer affiliationin in your circling shore, Kendrick Blitchton, 29 26, a.a. m.m. there will be less than one thousand i

i scheme to throw sand into the eyes of the matter of grading inspections I Midst sunny skies above, green for- Martin, 29, p. m. trees in Dade county. The outlookat [ HOTICIUi HEREBY GIVHf TH4T &N TU8
est moss hung below. nc.uabcr. A. U t
.
191$ w ip'
the public, which had become thoroughly Lowell, 30, a. m. >
and price waters of this ply toithe Honorable JOIf'J'IIlktll
I Changing lonely present is gloomy Miami News. nmaif $4jeIn
lawless Reddick 30. p. m. and lor Mules cuaaiv. sift. of FtoWa. It
disgusted with the condition II lakeLaughing!
Mobile Ala., was selected as the Fairfield, 31, a. m. bas alike ha Ocala.tll said o,t>My. far. a* **4ff
of certain disruptable street place to hold this meeting on February dimpling, thundering, till Irvine, 31, p. m. .- authorizing me.a* ruirtUia. tke aitaat tT3.
your shores quake! February, 1906. '. Messrs. L3.ng,*S\Vartz & Co. arethe liam Row ChmUrr. UwO.l pi at as L Ute
mayor received, Information that the 13. On thee, no sail had yet been furled Flemington, 1, a. m. .;:- foliowinr property btloMl,1o ui.|).latoai, t twit >
>
Embosomed in flowery wilderness undreamed authorized of the Sanders : Twenty chains ,- dive owners did not fear .any serious It was discovered that the output of by the world! Central, 2, a. m.," -' agents the i.rrt4.4a q Ofaat w iaafta* lw.aty .

Interference and were mak- had been curtailed fifty per cent since Geiger 2 p. m. r',;. Fertilizer Co., of Jacksonville. If (JO) Towa.hip twckc (II> au IUa,.
McIntosh 3, p. m. ;,-:! ", twenty one n.) eaM,...*.*!...fcsty ii.,seeN
ing no preparation to move from the thefirst of the year because of the .A hundred years, go back or more Shady Grove 5'a. m. : -".-. you are needing fertilizers, or anything more or Its

forbidden district. Thereupon he sent I Then see! from the dim past comes. Santos, 5, p. m. ;"' in the fertilizer line will do fetid landbtluogigctota aaM MhMt ta i4
;_ rainy season. to view Bell ..iew. 6. k'" you I oU for the bet i.'.... *f.a4a* aM ..... '
word to them through the police department The Littlefield compulsory pilot bill Indian tents dotting thy waters his Pedro 7, a. J well to figure with them before buy. i i.ug. Thut the nth day uf Na.... i....
m.
frail canoe. 11-17 MAEYOADMINISTRTAOR'3, ..'I.U...... ........
I that the order issued was was discussed but no action was tak Levon 7, p. m.Summerfield. .
.
in these
Hunting happy hunting
8. a. m. _ ----- --- ---- -
premptory and meant exactly what it en. Jacksonville Fla., was selected as grounds,
Candler. 8, m. of for 1.OO .,
p. Twenty pounds sugar! $ NOTIOt
Calmly they live, no warning of their
: said. Since then there has been considerable Oklawaha 9
,',, the next meeting place. 'end. p. m. at the Fair. x --
activity among the politicians Eastlake 10, a. m.
Soon told from the mystic future
Wiersdale, 10, p. m. VOUCK IS IIEKKBV OIVKN YO 4LL
} of the wards in which these In the Circuit Court Today. sounds. Linadale, 12 a. m. 1.' rouawiohaiddaiss.sss, _s..aig
I tne estate of tamea Hattna H.w...4. U... Mab
Drawdys 12
and several efforts : noon.
dives are located Crowning thy beauty of vale, and ion county dcceaHd, ta prvMNrtdhl __ for
h&ye been mads to induce the mayorto I l.ud/r@ Bullock will hold a sessionof hills. Moss Bluff 13, a. m. Nyrntnt.dla1! r-rwra teihMAmffud.
t :Blooms violet red bluebell Electro, 13, p. m. miDwtrstor. witbin tb*I.... p ii.s i*y )*"',
rescind the action or. at least. extend the circuit court today for the pur- trumpet Lynne, 14, a. m. and in dtlaa1t thereof Ibis nartrt wBt & p a<.
daisy and daffodills. Graham\'il1e. 14, 1 to 3 -m. Cd! in bar oi uch r.vmeat My botfet&t 4dre .
Dunne has declined of hearing motions for new trialsin p. .
the time. Mayor pose Midst thy vines, ferns and grass '.a U GrahiuzviUe Ha
Connor, 14, 3 to ;5 p. m.
however to rescind or. in any the cases tried last week. The The many hued flag must tell Churchill. 15, m. Nov *)th. 1905, nATION HOWARD,
In railbow colors, to those that pass, p. Administrator ol the eUU .f |*BHH llttt*.
r .change the order. cases on which the most interest cen- The marsh beneath the queenly Eureka, 16, a. m. Howard. it i U '
Daisy. 16, p. m.
ters are those of Shaw Thompson, magnolia above '
FOrt McCoy, 17 a. m. ,
Smiles in moonlit 'midst
MARSHALL FIELD PASSES AWAY I convicted of manslaughter and sentenced mossy dell, beauty, gray Pine (school house) 17, p. m. NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SUt.

\ to five years in the Florida And Cherokee roses whisper the Orange Springs 21,, p. m. HullTtierenrenoreMcraxll --
Citra 22.
.
Chicago Millionaire Dies in New York convict camps, and the case of J. W. Indians undying love. Sparr 23.Anthony UNDER AND BY VUTl'KOF A CBt ..!

24. renJerM! by tKK MM"%|| W.*...
-Struggled With Pneumonia for Crosby against the Atlantic CoastLine They are gone now. the wild birds Piti.r..o1dlatI.Thk4 .
March 1906. States than .(any other nuk ol t'e"L Ihia la .. Buikck judge ol the nmut cwn af th* Wli
Eight Days. railway, in which he was given pick their food Ocala, from 5th to 31st. account ef their atTic accuracy and MmpUdty. juduial circuit cf the UK e4 HorU .-*f te
Where rise the waves or sink and IHcCair. MagazlieTb.Qur.i'.IPahI.k.U) chancery lor Marion coe.I,. I. a eerti ft...
damages in the sum of $5,000. ear their brood: Alfred Ayer Assessor. more sub,.nbe,* than any other La)..*'VUf-I i.._ O.. pl'lIdinf thrreia wherein lamca R Oa act: wcomptamaBland
Special to the Ocala Banner. The parties at issue are represented The snapper and alligator soon on thy t-12-tf. year's>ui cnption((12 numbers)c..t*50 ee.... LatulBumbrr Aama 11. Cb a4Wraa4. Nest?
.. _
& ceD... E ry uhscziber lctaaW.oCaU' W Chandler are ncfea<.."<.. aiM New Yorjk. Jan. 17.-Marshall by very able counsel and the arguments } sandy brink in dreams, NOTICE. tern Free. Subscribe today.Laay rendered on thi8th day oi H....... A. O.
.
I While o'er head is heard the eagle'sshrill Ar..t-W..t... HandieanprmUimiM 1905. I will offer fur MC and win act to lbs
Field, the wealthy Chicago merchant today will be very strong and scream liberal cash comm nioD. Pattern Catalou.(of tot tfctins hightht andTbest bidder for cull at pitfcN *.t*

died yesterday afternoon at his apart- ful. force-I The crane, and fishbird, float on level Notice is hereby iven that on the seat)tree.and Premium Adures Catalogue THK McCAU.(showing(;0.1\400 ,.remlU1).T.i.STOCKHOLDER'S cry before court houteduor .(MM.H)to t .<.(..
Marion ) lurId helwe .
wingsIn 7th and 8th of February, 1906 the cotioly thkof Ml fc. .a
Inents In the Hollad House this city Judge W. S. Bullock will mid blue sky, and in your sedgy Board of County.Comissioners of Marion --------- sale otitherMMs4syIu j**.ary A I

after an limes of over a.week of pneu- 'the 28th for Key West and will hold brink county, Florida will be in sessionto MEETING.The 1906; toit
I Blooms the lilly midst the leaves the Jamarr III, uo.
receive and consider plans and
'. monla. court in that city on the 30th. On the marsh hen sings. specifications for a new court house the fothwtDfrul prouettr ...... l>lac aa4
.
annual meetingof the stockholders being in Marion COUIII,. Itaruta bwit
The immediate family of the deceased 18th of February he will hold a term
for Marion county Florida, to be
LoU three b( ) and four ( af Mock .
U) local,
were with him during his last mo- of the Hil1 boroUgh circuit court at Now mystic lake, the past is dead and erected on the public square in Ocala of the Ocala Foundry and Machine eiRbL(as)of Old hurrey of Oc*U. eic -pt.af

gone, at a cost of from $30,000; to $65,000, and works will be held at the office of the jlatty (40) feet n- a..4 .wt by s'vssiy-two 'FIt
;
ments, having been notified of his dangerous I which time the famous Wilder trial And all around your sandygrassycoast all architects are invite to submit feet north and samh In tW wwthwrtt coriH

condition some ilays ago. will be hear For some time past plans and specifications by that time. company in the city of Ocala Fla., on of lot three 13)). or M ai ch tkMraof .> iavartiecetnaryto
Rises homes, groves, gardens in your IIY.. Long. aattely >*i4.... rnd .'.... t
10th 1906
.
The remains have been sent to Chicago Judge Bullock has been a very busy dav.n! Chairman Board of County Commis- Wednesday, January, L W OrVAL

,for burial. Interment will be man and will continue to be. so foi Nothing but your wild beauty whis- sioners of Marion county, Florida. at 11 o'clock a. m. for the election of ALLUD& DAVH.SpteMI WINIn to tscfy1

in the Greenwood cemetery one of some weeks to come. pers low Attest S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk. l-12-4t officers and.trans>action of other busi- So11dl0TskrCO5.i1M M I '
In spirit voices that over thee hover.
.
the best kept. burial grounds in the I On star-lit nights of your lover. ness. Above sale haa been post,...) t.

.. country. Nine Years Old. Who pamed thee Amaskohegan. moon- N. W. HARISOX Monday, P b. 5, 1....

lit water. CHAS. E. THOMAS: Pres L. W. DUVAUllaater
'
:? J. N. Field of Manchestei, England 8peclal la duuieay, .

,! a brother of the deceased, will take The banking establishment of Messrs_ I Never dreaming his beautiful water Sec. 1-5-lt) -

,\ Munroe & Chambliss celebrated its spirit Ferry's Peed are best beans SOsai'txWul AD I ISTRATRIX'S NOTICE Of UNA ; ,
charge of the vast merchantile inter- Embowered in flowery dale lulled by years have l >e-i spent in

t-sts for the present. ; ninth birthday Wednesday.When I music of the sea, tiiej of expert dcveloimusit care m-half making a century them TIMER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.- DISCHARGE.---_ .

these gentlemen launched out Would bloom into prosperity's site. snpcrior ta itll others NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Disclosing to man toiling in joy, or \Ve tre siwmlibls in growing !. County Judge's Court Mano OHtr
:' GAYNOR CASE. in the banking business the outlook flow GREEN AND I woe's sting, 1I, ; Auiiukl free. J. *..
United States Land Office, Gainesville, Deca td.VOITICK .
for the Brick City did not contain the Showering on them with unsparing 0. M. FERRY& CO.. '
I hands. Fla.. Dec. 18, 1905. IS HERBBV OIYKM TO ALL
Detroit
Seventy.two Are Summoned to Answer I roseate hues of the rainbow. Other I Labors rich fruit grown from your --i wbuni it may ouurera that osi its

Thursday, From Which the banks had just failed and Ocala was : golden sands. N OTICEJ IS HEREBY GIVEN ist day nfjt < A. U.yob

I that in compliance with the provi- the undersigned will apply 10 the .Hat. s..ept
Jury Will be Chosen. r passing through a crisis and needed i lOll! gemlike deep! wedded to your Bell,judge oi laId court aa judge of mki" ,
sions of the act of Congress of June
Savannah Ga.. Jan. 16.-The Greene helpful and nervy hands at her helmto i. encircling shore. for a final discharge a. Admaristtatris the
.. With wonders in clear 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale estate of J. K. Ktiwtrds. dcccswed a&4 at the
and Gaynor-case has at last drawn its tide her into channels of safety. strange your same time I will present! to ..'d c tan say fail
depths found, 'timber lands in the States of California -
: accoantias aamiantrainx Y.i4 awl
eai &*. *
y! tortuous length over the ground of By purchasing the bank building and Came to thee, a stranger from Eng- Oregon Nevada, and Washington uk lor their approval.

\ preliminaries that have been so desperately starting a banking building these gen- lands 'sunlit land I Territory" as extended to all Dated this Nov. 28 A D.r.1905_ _,..._...__...
...
Not knowing the voice of Amasko- u "' .
,%' fought by counsel for the defense tlemen gave hope and inspiration to I hegan ----- the Public Land States by act of Aug- As Admin: lratris Estate: ot J, P. IU.....'t%

? and through this to the lay our citizens and were real benefactors Changed thy name, moonlit water to ust 4, 1892, John D. Robertson of ceased. I',i.

.i,-. mind, wilderness of pleas in abatement to our business interests and the Lake Weif.Immortal beautiful. deep, what can --- ATERMfLOt1S[ [ t Ocala, county cf Marian, State (or -0.----

in Territory), of Florida, has this day filed NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.:
f pleas in jurisdiction. pleas people generally rejoice in the great 4 with. thee compare? ,

:t": bar and demurrers the proceedings measure of success that they have attained -.' Ocala, Fla., Jan. 190S. M. P. in this office his sworn statementNo. Uepartm-nt of the Interior Land Office at
.
i Good in Wa- 334; for the purchase of the East G iniSYille. Kbu, Nov 25. i< gg.NOTICfc .
:: have passed to the point where a jury and hope that they: will live to I Money Growing Large ISHRRiBV CHBN THAI' THK

'* has been drawn." enjoy many more prosperous anniver Will ga to Sylacaugua.Mr. termelons. one-half of the Southeast one-quarter. g named settler bu itod notke .w
Northwest quarter of Southeast quarter his intentuion to rnukt final proof llIllpPa.1I1"
>-. Six Deputy Marshals were sont oui saries.!' I have been planting each year and Northeast of Southwest his elK ilil, dnd t hI quarter tore Clerk Circuit COlIn .I Ocala, FU on
I I1i II. Ford to
foresventy George expects .
:i this afternoon with summonses- for several years frum: 70 to 100 quarter of Section No. .5, in JUII.l',6. I91"
: and these are t' We regret to learn that :Mr. Joe leave very soon for Sylacaugua, Alabama in Eden of Watermelons
acres variety
;i two jurors j Township No. 18 S. Range No. 20 E. viz: Joseph Smith ol SurauerEeld. Fta.HJ .Mo.zc463. .
report on Thursday morning at '11 I Drake aged about twenty years died to make that place his home. and have made good mon- and will offer proof to show that the FOUthuot quarter of wathwoa q..artrr
f aud southwest quarter c.foutba is
qaancr *
"': o'clock. None, was (drawn. from this at Kendrick Thursday. The deceased I With his father Mr.'H. A. Ford and ey every year. I secured good land sought i
;: county, all being from elsewhere ir was a nephew .of Mr. William E. Nix I Mr. Edward Hiller. formerly of this Eden seed to 'bepin with and have timber or stone than for agricultural continuous He names residence the foilowing wUnxnen and CMiUvatton; to prove lu uisaid .

1 the district. # i and was, a young man of very exemplary city, he is interested in large marble improved them each year, by selecting purposes, and to establish his claimto land m: DeWKtstnitb upon A Oxford. Fto.

": : habits and his death Is very quarries near that place and goes to my seed from only large said: Ian3 before Clerk Circuit courtat of Pack SummerficU:Morer of Surawtrfuld, Pta R. D. Morer.Fla bit boAiner-_ Morefl

Tomato Plants For sale one million. I greatly deplored by his friends and take a responsible position with the ana well shaped melons I have Ocala Fla., on fieM FV .
Monday_ the 26th day of Feb., 1906. 12 i W C. ROBINSON', Reguier.NOTICt. .
t., varieties, Beauty Paragon Duke ot'J' neighbors. company.For them dried in the shade which
lIe names as witnesses:
best a number of years :Mr. Ford has .
from
Grown will when properly plantetl always
York. new Century. W. L, Brooks, of Holder, Fla. .
soil. Ready February Almost a Little Flower. been prominent both in the busIness; sound and :
,'" seed and on virgin come up as they are !I L. W. Brooks of Holder Fla. -

: :' 1st to March 1st. $1.25 _per' M. The Ocala Banner will ceelbrate its and the social world in Ocala and hisI : full. I have 1500 Ibs, of choice 1 I S. P. ,Potter, of Iverness, Fla. In the Circuit Court ol the Filth Judicial Circuk of

k' 5,000. and .up $1.00. 10,000 and'WI) fortieth anniversary some time this I many friends will regret exceedinglyhis seed to offer at S0c1b'. When S. S- Savage, of Ocala, Fla. Florida in and for Marion County. -In Chancery.

!' S3: cents. Cash with order. J. .R. Davis year. Thee Banner is the oldest busi- decisiion to- leave us. They will you send your or or_ seed and Any and all persons claiming adversely i Arthur Lewis Lewis.Defendant Complainant-Order For'a. Elizabeth

1 Bartow, FlaAlso potato slips ness enterprise in Ocala-Tallahassee wish ihm every success in his new field wish me to do so,' I will instruct the above described lands are Coullaetitec .

for sale. 1-19-2t. Daily CapitalIn and will hope for frequent visits from you how to prepare, fertilize and requested to fife their Claims ins this TT L IS ORDERED THAT THB DEPENnt
l" him. office on or before said 26th day of herein named to-wit: KliMbeth Lewu oe and
cultivate. Let your order come in she is hereby required to appear to the bill of
d February 1906. complaint in this cause on or before
Shlp'man is bound to keep good : the United States court now in at once. I sold the same kind of
I ; Col. ,
W. G.. ROBINSON, Register. Monday the jth day &/Fh-..", A, D. 1996.
table wal- session at Jacksonville a motion was It seems that our Marion county seed S. C. Ga. and Fla last
good .
f. porters good beU boys, over This notice must be published oncea It is further ordered that a copy of this arder

ters andthe best of cooks, who know : made to quash the indictment against commissioners were a little previousin year which gave perfect satisfac week for nine consecutive weeks In_ be weeks publisbed in the once Ocala a Banner week for, a eight consecvtiTe.

.;t how to mak choice Mocha and Java Mrs. Helen Wilmans Post who is letting her prisoners. The cabbageI tion. a newspaper published nearest the Hshed in said county and state newspaper P.

.::;' coffee with cream, at the Montezuma charged. with. fraudulent use of the' I' crop of Coleman Sumter county, it is land, and must also be posted in a This 14th.(seal day) ol NOT. II}s o., T. SISTRCKK.

::: hotel. If any failure report at the of- mails. CoL O. T. Green of this -city I estimated- amount to from 80,000 i. FURH AN STILL; I conspiculous place_ In the' land office EDWCI SPESCEK. .Clerk Circuit Coart

Mrs Post's leading attorney. f to 100,000 barrels. for the period. 12-22. Marioncosztypia
Is same
1and get your money back.- l-19lt Blackville, S. C. Complainants Solicitor by H. CSutrusk.a.C.. -

,

1:


I I \ ,


..

,, ,,. f, ., ---4--- ., .. ,- -. -- ,- ,. -.---- ,--.-.-- -;. __ .-
< f.- ;> -0 ) -- --- --i -- ;_ .- -- --- -- 2
( t 6 'i -
," ."'- :"-="-. ,:0- ="" ,;;' y.p"," ,j. "'); ... "*_, ...."t...... >;> : L -- ;



-
)

_
I-

PAGE TWELVE I"": THE OCALA'BANNER. FRIDAY JANUARY' 19, 1906. .-. -, 1'"
-- -


CHINKING-WITH THE THE BUNG SPIGOTS HOLE OPEN. " " " " " " " " " " " ;

.
.
The Florida Railroad Commission -_-_ ". 1# .-_--J
Hauls up the Seaboard Air Line .. .. ..-.-.-.-.
Railroad for Failure to Builetin ------ :' .r -x"- ":"','L v-.+-'- .- .,.-. -.-. ...."':. .. -. ,, ...;.. -AI ---

> ,, Belated Passenger, : ABE..Y'H. : -: THE T JAKE 4.
-
Trains. ---
F i
-III i
The Florida Railroad- Commission isr.w -- feB
'
after the Seaboard Air Line, as -4/1 :

the tolowing official notice will show:

Office of the Railroad Commission.
State of Florida. I -

T. the Seaboard AirLine Railway:
You are hereby notified. that you
are-charged with having by your of-
::
Jeers agents.and employes, been guilty r I
r
s of violation and disregard of the ...
.
provisions of chapter 4700 of the Laws "" ..- .. j
tt Florida and rule No. 6, of the _'r. .: .": '! ?ld: :: .
")rules Governing;: Transportation of '.' ., ::: I 'W -. '...--_ _..;-.j:-:..:. '',.t-. ..... .. .. ::
?Passengers prescribed by the Rail 1
.,Commission of the state of Florida tY/ -- \ --c_ .. 1
.
.
: -.,,' ,* i -41 l
First-That on the 26th day of De- I --- :

eomber, A. !>; 1503, the Seaboard Air

than Lane passenger thirty minutes train behind No. 77 the was time more it |gjWe aim to please'our trade by giving them the 1

was scheduled to arrive at and depart ,
... .
;;:S : t :::::
from Lake City Fla. and that you

failed to bulletin and keep posted on ; best that f be bought at living which weE

tie tine bulletin said passenger board at train Lake was City behind the I 4 B can prices, 3 ;

= ,. .....
w
the schedule time, in accordance with : '
rate No. 6 or the rules of the Florida i
Railroad Commission governing trans- understand to be a legitimate profit. As Prices are -.

yortatlon of passengers. .
Second-That on the 2nd day of --
January. A. D., 1906 the Seaboard AirLine .

1 than passenger thirty minutes train No.behind 43 was.the more time 4 4.E always Governed by the Quality Purchased. I

It was scheduled to arrive and depart ..... -
)
from Baldwin Fla, and that you fail4 : '
to bulletin and keep posted- on the 4..-.. !
bulletin board at Baldwin the time

Mid passenger train was behind the 4 i We Handle Three Lines of Goods .
ohedule time, In accordance with_ rule 4 ,
C of the rules of the Florida Railroad 4 .." :< ......
tommission governing the transportation 4
---

Third-That of passengers.on the 3rd day of 4 4 I

: January A. D., 1906 the Seaboard Air 4
Better and Best
Use passenger train No. 76 was thir- :F Gopd

tr. minutes behind the time it was I A tt
Mkeduled to arrive at and depart from J
reenvllle, Fla, and that you failed J .

W bulletin and ,keep posted on the I II I Ana its to which want for .
boiletin board at Greenville,'the time 4 up you you we 4 4F
Mtid passenger train was behind the 4 ,
ohedule time, in accordance with rule 4 4Nt.
6 of the rules of the Florida Rail- 4. -

road Commission of passengers.And goVerning: the transportation 4 j sell our Goods Strictly on their Merits. .> .


the, Railroad Commission of j I..... ......
Me State of. Florida hereby give you .
j -- '
otlce that said commission will meet I -41 :
U their office In the city of"Tallahasa.e J 1
Fla, at 10 o'clock a. m. on the j jI .... :-
atth day of January: A. D., 1906, to I .
oonsider and take action upon said I II'F We allow All '
oh&rges, and that you. ,the said Sea.b.ard no: Misrepresentation as to Quality. a

Air Line Railway will then and II I .
I ...... ,
there'- have an opportunity to be heard ,

hy cause said, if commissioners any you have why and to the show said Articles sold must be as represented or your money J

commission should not fix and impose '

upon you a penalty for each such of- ':: .. ::: J
foase of not than -_ .. : .
more 5000. I -- ,. '
-- 'I
: .
back -
: ; -
"
.
'
By order of the Railroad Commissioners : :. : ,
;
.... -v .. .'
-
: .
: '
of the State of }Florida in ses- I....... :- ., .:::.-; ,. '. ,.. .1
ion at their office, in the city of Tal : : r' .
: ,
lahassee.. Fla.. this 10th day of January I:: ai BHiB H BH i__ ::: t
A, D.. 1906.. I ___ 1
r JEFFERSON B..BROVXE.I I--- ..... I
Attest; R. C. Dunn Sec. Chairman. I

LESSONS OF'THE- LATE WAR. .I I! We are Exclusive Agents for: : ]


Medical of the United "
Department :
States Navy Will be Put on Same Famous Coffees and Teas. ;' < > :
Footing With Navy. j j i Chase & Sanborn's )tt' ,

I ".: .
__
5,eclal to the Ocala Banner.- I I'f.' ;' j
Washington D. C. Jan. 13.The I ::'i TJ:: E
Scarlet Canned Boods.Tetley's < : !
ulpment of the medical department I : Royal : ; ,,
of/the United States army and medi- .. < .
cal corpse of the United States navy j "
will be placedupon a uniform basis.j j : : 1 1cJ
1 A a effort will,be made to have identical : as also Dr. Shepard Pinehurst Teas.

equipment and the same methods I I.r .. ;
work so that there may be the j _
--
name uniformity in these branches as j ,:
-
-
there is in other respects in the military 4 I...-.... ...... ':
and the navy services. It is j '
felt that if there is an advantage in '
having an identical calibre of small : 1
Ham
arms and the same I ammunition and :B Remember The What Am Iirl

the mutual use of an emergency ration 4 ,
there might profitably be slrolI I o '
:--- t
lar uniformity in the medical equipment I .' .- .. -. _:-., < ,.-. ,:
: > :: f
and medical organization :: : 'c. :: : -
corps I .
The president has been greatly impressed I .. 1'h e S tar .-'' > .-, '""...., -- /.". .,' "'.IJ.--'I-, ,.'...:. !
j_ .. ; : ; --.. : -
_
by the reports received .. < .. ;.;. .. r.
from the military observers In ----- .- ... .- ..,-:0.-:.'' --4fI f
., churia> and has learned that the a.n-I ,::: ::: !

aaese had reduced the policy of uniformity I::: = )

. to a most practical and profitable I' ..- -t3I
- system To the "end ,that there ..
-- .
-
may be 4 like advantage to the medical r" .
branches of the two services in ,--.....
this country, It is probable that there Th Place ;tt ( 0" 1 1r :
I : .' }, .. .,.,. '.. .-: ".-J" :, .
'
will be detailed l l '" ':'.1'" _
for ,
1 soon of the project of uniformity the consideration a- :::::: ..'. -....' ; : -, .' .:-' .. -. ........... !

,Joint army and navy board, composed - naturally of officers of "the 'medical .
corps J of the navy and the medical ; ::: .
department of the navy, all of whom .. -- .
\ .....
agree on the efficacy of the value ofthe ..... '
proposed change. It is also understood r j.. TPOT GROCERYl
that a number of methods which v:.. .
-
are tested by the Japanese during the -.......
late war and found highly satisfactory : .. ,
will be adopted. in the Joint medical -- i ,. .
-
service of the army and navy*of '
--- .
the United States. This will probab-r .... .:
,

.f treatment Iy not, apply used to.by the the method,Japanese.of asoptic- t u..uuuu"u'iU""U'U'uu""u.,. ,..." .' ,." 0j ," " ""i"'iU4i"i" ',,



J .
& :
l .
... 4
.
., .,
r -'
:
.*

w