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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I Mrs. Hocker Gives a Musical and Reception | caught to the table with .bunches o .

II I I violets.A .1 : :
for Her Sisters. : I NINE YEARS OLD.

j salad course orange ice served in i

he rinds decorated with }
orange orange
Elaborate and artistic was the re- i J t I

ception which Mrs. William Hocker j paves, cake coffee and crystalized January 17, 1897, was 'our birthday, and our a

ginger was the dainty menu enjoyedby bank is the oldest in the county. But its strength is not
gave on Tuesday afternoon In honor of 'I the .-
guests. in age; it is in promptness conservatism and real desire
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Mrs. E. H. Mote of Jacksonville and The afternoon with Mrs. Hocker was

Miss Addle Hansbrough of EliZabeth-.1 one of much delight. and those who to assist -Us clients, together with the ability to do so. .-

town. Kentucky, who are Mrs. Hock- I enjoyed this musical. afternoon were MUNROE & CHAMBLISSt

ei's attractive sisters and have been the following ladies: Mrs. E. H. Mote, ,

, her guests for a short while. I of Jacksonville; Miss Addle Hans- BANKERS- ;-

1' 11 Mrs. Rocker charming as always brough, of EMzabethtown, Ky.; Mrs. I Ocala, Fla.,Jan. 16, J906. .'

S H ill was gowned in white crepe de chene W. A. Collier of Tuscaloosa, Ala.; _t._ "'"" <."" .....,... -. .-._'. _r.o-:: J"""' ..,_ .......

and received her guests In the large Miss Millie Nurney, of Suffolk, Va.;

reception hall of her beautiful home. Mrs. Bessie Reddick, of Chester S.
Mrs. Clarence Camp Gives Dinner
: Receiving 'with her were Mrs. Mote C.; :Mrs. Herndon, of Washington D. Party. r '

who was exceedingly handsome in a C.; Mrs. Edward Holder, of Dunnel

golden brown silk aeolean with garni- Ion; Mesdames. E. L. Carney, Jean --
RINGS
. Monday night Mrs. Clarence Camp
i/... ture of roses andIiss':: Hansbrough, Austin, W. V. Newsom Howard ClarK 1'
p. was the hostess at a very delightful
] whose lovely gown was old rose crepe J. C. B. Koonce Mamie Howse-Sto-
dinner party which she gave In com-
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de chene. These three sisters are unusually vall, E. T. Helvenston, W. IL Powers, -
pliment to Mrs. E. II Mote, of Jack- .
i attractive women and this reception W. T. Gary, E. Van Hood, G. M. Hub- ,
sonville, and Mrs. W. A. Collier, of
, was one of the pleasantest bard N. M. Allred G A. 'Petteway. W. We Have Now in Stock ,
Tuskaloosa, Ala. The other guests invited -
i ones that has been given In Ocala fc M. Goin, J. D. Robertson, C. R. Tyd

a' AGENCY : a long time. ings, S. T. Sistrunk, R. A. Burford, to this charming affair were Mr. I I the Most Complete Line of f fJ
, and :Mrs. William Rocker Misses Ad-
Clarence Camp, C. C. Carroll J W.
I The. reception was in the nature of
1' die Hansbrough and Byrd Wartman. RINGS that Can Be Found
Pearson Herbert Anderson S. Pott:
remain-
a musicale all of the guests
! ATPOSTOFFICE Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Carroll Dr. and J *
l ing throughout the afternoon. The Eagleton, :Misses: Miriam Pasteur,
Mrs. E. Van Hood and :Mr. and Mrs. j Anywhere :
! Edith Platt Edith Patch Wart-
musicalprogram was given in the Byrd
P. A. Burford. Assisting Mrs. Camp
parlor the beauty of this room being mann, Eloyse Izlar Gertrude Pereda Call and See Them .' .
wag her mother-in-law, Mrs W N. I
enhanced by a number of vases of pink Ethel Robinson, Mattie and Carrie Camp. ,

roses placed on the mantel tables and Williams Sara Harris, Annie Davi
The appointments of the table were
STORE. piano. Valeta Potter and Sarah McCreery.
DRUG perfect In every detail and the color I' ,
Mrs. Mote, Mrs. Collier and Miss
I pro scheme was pink and white. An exquisite -
t l Nurney, three visitors to Ocala, all o The pecan industry ises to be .
bouquet of white and, pink 'ro- f
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OCALA FLA. one of the most important and valuable
whom possess wonderfully lovely so, II
ses formed the floral decorations of I
prano voices each: sang several exquisite in Florida. Extensive invest-
I the table and the place cards were
solos. Mrs. McIver and Miss ments have been made in this direc-
daintily painted in pink roses. A beau- !
I -, -- Wartman, two of Ocala's very talented tion in recent years, and this stag .
tiful dinner In attractively
courses was -
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SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, will rank as a large producer.
The next issue of the Florida Index musicians played piano solos and soon t t
L' Local Editor. served and after the dinner the -
Appleyards! paper promises to be a
1, hours were very pleasantly spent with Fred C. B. Weihe
t j hot number-too torrid indeed for ordinary ,

HfPFEMKGS ABOUT TOWN publication.Miss -'Ililliililliilillillillil141iINlili.Ili4liilillililSliil1i" ,,;," " "{ "{ " '" " 114illi" '- music and conversation. He Jeweler,


t. Mr. Robert Sanders- represented thee Bessie Porter expects to go to g "IN SELF DEFENSE".r r Synagogue Services. L' :J

Phosphate)' in Ocala Tuesday Tampa February the first to accept the Rabbi Stollwitz of Tampa, preached -

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4 position as private secretary: fur Mr. in the Jewish Synagogue in this To Crown the Speed King.
I .. Mrs. L. J. Lummus has returned ---
Bryan W. Elount. formerly of this city Sunday and arrangements were -

home from a visit\ to relatives at city. E Ocala's famous Authoress, Mrs. Beatrice Marean, Will made whereby he will visit Ocala and Miss Mary Simrall.an attractive and

Starke. hold services here each month. I of Ormond has' .
once popular young lady .
r Furrjisl the Banner Readers With Another of Her;
or :Mr. David S. Woodrow is offering ) His next visitation will be on the sec- been selected by the readers of
Buy your Fertilizer, Fertilizer -
materials of Lang. Swartz & Co., some very fine bargains for saletheold Interesting Stories. ond Sunday, February the eleventh. the Times Union to crown

agents for the Sanders Fertilizer Co., ZeButt residence for instance for Rabbi Stollwitz is a fine scholar, the speed ,king at the Daytona -
Fla. r THE OCALA BANNER WILL BEGIN THE PUBLICATION -
"}Jacksonville t $500. Read his ad and pick up a bar- -- speaking French, German and Engltsh Ormond automobile'races..
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\ Mrs. J. ,J. Williams was up from gain. :-: )F AN ORIGINAL STORY NEXT SUNDAY WRITTEN ES- very fluently. He is learned in the I Miss Simrall received 20,620, votes In

scriptures and has a most excellent the Times-Union's contest, five thousand -
her Homosassa home and
Tuesday ( :: PECIALLY FOR IT ENTITLED "IN SELF DEFENSE," BY ::: I .
spent the day shopping in Ocala. --- -- delivery. The Israelites here are votes more than the next highest

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McGahagin and MRS. BEATRICE MAREAN, OCALA'S POPULAR AUTHORESS. r: charmed with him and Ettend a cor- one in the contest who was' :Miss
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Mr. J. M. Ward jr. of Floral city little daughter will remain in Ocala dial invitation to everyone to hear Maude Frye of Raiatkaa, with 15,16)

ese of Florida's, most prominent naval until Friday with :Mrs. McGahagin's --- -s him preach during his visits to Ocala. votes. Miss Louise Foote of Daytona, i

stores, operators, was In Ocala Tues- mother, Mrs. Burnett. They will then :-:: THIS ABSORBING AND INTERESTING STORY CON- The Jewish church here has been came out third in the, race with a vote

day. go to Fort Myers to make their future == TAINS NINE CHAPTERS AND WILL BE RUN THROUGH reorganized. M. Fishel has been elect- of 10,996.A .
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home In that city. ed president and L Schwerin, secre- picture of the Times-Union's trophy -
of :: THREE OR FOUR ISSUES OF THE OCALA BANNER. ==
t.. Mr. E. L. Citra, was tary and Sunday school will be held which is a most beautiful one appeared -

i.i; among the prominent' Marion county Mr. S. G. White, representing the S; EVERY CITIZEN OF OCALA WILL. BE INTERESTED 3 every Sunday morning. in the Sunday Issue of thatpapet.

t t Antietam Paper of Hagers- -- This handsome which
citizens doing business in Ocala Tues- company trophy,
' AND OUGHT TO READ THIS STORY, AND WE HOPE ==
.jN. cay. town Maryland was in Ocala Tues- -- Golf Tournaments.The has won widespread fame will be

day doing, business with the newspapers THAT THEY WILL GIVE US THEIR NAMES BEFORE THEa presented to the winner of the two-

lira. Allston Rhodes after a few and job offices. :-;:: PUBLICATION BEGINS SO THAT THEY WILL NOT MISS -- following dates have been arranged mile-a-minute race at Ormond next

' day's visit in Ocala to her father, Dr. -- for the annual series of golf Saturday afternoon by Miss SimralL

,,' D. M. Smith has returned to her home, I Miss Katherine Jackson of Gainesville -:: ANY OF THE CHAPTERS. :-; tournaments for handsome silver trophies Miss Simrall and her chaperon are

;' I. .Jacksonville.I Ga.. who is spending the winterin : now the guests of the Florida East ;

I Ocala with her--sister, Mrs. J. H. llbilllllllllilllllJhIIIIII111111JIIg111llllllllllllllllll! lllllllllilllllMiss : Naussau-February 26, 27 and 23. Coast Automobile Association and tho'I

IIr. and Mrs L. Horn went to Or- Livingston, jr., has gone to Tampa, -- Miami-March 5, 6 and 7. former will be presented with a spec- '
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to spend the remainder I| where she will short while Palm Beach-March 12. 13 and 14.
mondVednesday spend a Wartmann and Mrs. Hocker whois Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Gray and Miss ial medal by the association. Immediately -

of the week attending the Interna- with friends and will then return to I Polk Ormond-March 19, 20 and 21. after the crowning of the = '
I also a splendid musician, gave sev- passed: through Ocala Tuesda
tional automobile races. Ocala before going back to Georgia. of St. Augustine-March 26, 27 and 28. speed king there will be an automobile
eral duets. A quartette composed afternoon on their way home to St
Winter Championship 29, :20 and
I Mrs. Mote, Mrs. Mtiver, Mrs. Goin and Petersburg from Texas and Tennessee. floral parade. Miss Simrall. the
Judge W, A. Hocker of the Supreme Mrs. E. H. Mote, who has been visiting t' 31. Editor Wilson
of
speed king the
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Mrs Hocker sang two selections and Mrs. Gray and Miss Polk have beer -
court was out yesterday, for the first her sister Mrs. William Hocker, Atlantic Beach-April 5, 6 and 7. TimesUnion and several other .
musical rare t in Texas prom-
the entire program gave visiting for some months and
time since his illness. The many in this city, returned home Wednes I inent will ride in the Times
two weeks : persons
pleasure to the guests. ago Mr. Gray was tele-
friends of this genial gentleman are day. During her short visit here Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Clark to Entertain.Mr. Union's car, which will be beau-
which were so to very
The two readings graphed come to Dallas where his
pleased that he has recovered and Is Mote, who is a very charming and attractive tifully decorated for this occasion.
splendidly rendered by Miss: Hans- son, Mr. Quintard Gray was critically
rapidly regaining his strength.-Tallahassee woman was very much feted and Mrs. William Henrj Clark Miss Simrall will 'be much
brough were listened to with much ill. As has already been stated ii fetedr.
been the honor guest at have issued invitations for a large -
Capital. having
during the week as she will be, the
delight and she was obliged to res- these columns Mr. Gray's death oc- '.
party, which they will give on Thurs-
quite a number of lovely affairs. guest-of-honor at several affairs to be :
pond to an encore. curred before his father reached him _
day evening, January 20th. This
llontbrook was well represented at -
At different times during the after- The remains were taken to the ol given during the races. ,- _
the Montezuma Tuesday-there were Mrjor and Mrs. T. C. Hall of Tampa event will be given in honor of their
Mrs. E. L. Carney Invited the home in Boliver
noon family Tennessee,
registered there C. C. Raw Is, J. P formerly of this city, are spendingsome son and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ben- Dr. J. G. Baskin, of Dunnellon
I ladies into the dining room, whichwas where
they were interred. Rev. Gra-
DUtch and F, E. Crawford, all from time in Jacksonville, and arc jamin Howard Clark, one of the win- while in town :Monday was kept busy .
sweet .in its violet decora- and his who
very family, formerly lived h .
that place. guests at the Aragon HoteL Mrs. Hal ter season's popular bridal couples. shaking hands with his constituents _
tions. Mrs. Jean Austin presided at Ocala have the
sympathy of a great
has been quite sick but is now much Mrs. Clark Is a stranger in our city as there Is a very general desire to

Mrs. S. A. Waterman. who has been improved.Mr. the table and assisting her were Misses many friends in their- recent bereavement and this pleasant party will be giv- I return him to the Senate. There la
Jean Austin and Lillian Anderson. In
quite- ill for the past two weeks at the en by Mr. and Mrs. Clark sr., to Introduce a well established precedent that whenan
the center of the table an im-
was
home of her daughter.. Mrs. W. V. Morris who has been clerkingat "- their new daught r-in-faw to officer serves one term well to.
bowl of purple violets A small fire occurred
mense gorgeous Sunday after-
Newsom, is. we are glad to learn very Mr. T. B. Snyder's haberdasheryfor the young people of Ocala. give him a second term. Senator
and extending from the. chandelier t noon shortly after one o'clock In the
much Improved. some months expects to return to Baskin has only served a part of a
two corners of the table were smilax residence of Mr. O. A. Farris in the Tacky Dance. .
Okahumpka in a few days. Mr. Mor- term and the rule ought certainly to '
vines among which was scattered third ward. No damage however was
Messrs. J. G. Baskin. of Dunnellon.V. .
ris will engage in the mercantile busi- prevail in his case and if Marlon
\ E. Nix. of Kendrick. H. W. Doug stray violets and the smilax was | done. The young gentlemen will give th.fr
ness at that place. county alone is to be consulted the
las of Shady, P. T. Randall of Connor T regular Friday night dance at the Armory -
doctor will be returned almost uaaa-,
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and Robert Holly, of Grahams- Mr. George H. Ford left Tuesday for ,.. this week. The dance this week imously but as Sumter is a part of

visitors to will be a "tacky" one and all the young
vtife
were prominet our Alabama
Gantt's Quarry near Sylacaugua OURSPRING the twentieth senatorial district and

city Monday. where he has accepted an im- ladies and gentlemen who expect to will have to, be consulted also. She
attend It are requested to come in
portant position. He will be greatly is putting up a claim that she ia en-

Yalmore lilar,' who has been up missed by his Ocala friends both in tacky costumes. This affair Is being titled to the nomination under the alternating -

from Sutherland for several pleasantly anticipated by the young
days on buSinesS and social circles. GqODS system that baa prevailed

the sick list, returned. that place Rector G. IL Hanson and his mother people and it is expected that It will ever since the district WIN created

Monday afternoon to continue his Mrs. Z. D. Harrison of Atlanta, be great fun for the young people. .
and
understand
we that she g thr" :
Are and We Need the Room.
studies at the Sutherland Methodist Miss Emily Ford. Miss Edna Dozier Arriving pronounced candidates. _
college. Mrs. Carney Entertains for Mrs. Mote. .,
and John --
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger JIr.
Tomato Plants-For sale ong mll ee; _
Dozier have gone to Orlando to attend -
1 Messrs J. C. Wheeler J. L. Smoak, a diocesan meeting of the Epis- THE NEXT 30 D0YS Mrs. E. L. Carney entertained at a varieties Beauty Paragon Duke of'

Henry Livingston. Rev. C. C. Carroll copal church. They will return home very pleasant little tea Monday after- York new Century, Grown from best

a: and Dr. Walter Hood are enjoying a Friday. We will sell all Winter Dress Goods Un- noon for Mrs. Hacker's sister, Mrs. ElL seed and on virgin soiL Ready -,Feb=

bit hunt this week in tha Gulf ham- Mote of Jacksonville and Miss Ad- ruarjr 1st to March 1st. $U5 per'Y..',:
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t mocks.: die Hansbrough of Kentucky .OOOO 4d| up J1.0. HMM9 and upsS5 =
Hon. H, Clay Crawford. Secretaryof
derwear Sweaters Etc. at greatly reduced Mrs. Carney was assisted by Mrs. cenisT dash with order. J. R. Da-; '
State and Hon.'R. Hudson Burr, of ;
; Wanted-A position as woodsrider. Hocker and Mrs. Newsom and the attractive yis. Bartow Fla. Also potato slips
the Railroad Commission, returned
Guarantees to give satisfaction. Has Now's time for group of ladles who were her far sale. 1-19-2L
yesterday from a pleasant hunt at St. prices. your
had experience. Address, Woodsrlder, guests spent jja very delightful after-
Marks. Mr. Crawford and Mr. Burr
L'e care Ocala Banner. 3td-ltw. noon Indeed. A Farm For Sale or Rent. \
enjoyed fine sport and made a record
4g shooting ducks.-Tallahassee CapItal. BARGAINS 'J! I will sell or rent my farm of 360

Mr. G. A. Petteway has gone to MIami Mr. and Mrs. Vernle Roberts and acres in the Fellowship neighborhood rat
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and will sail from the latter place els without any unpleasant effect is visit to Mrs.. Robert's parents at Live house and outbuildings; partly under
Helvenston Pasteur Co.
for the Bahama Islands, where he will produced by Chamberlain's Stomachand Oak. They have been away for sev- good fence. Apply to Mrs. Jessie HayItdtw. -
Liver Tablets. For sal by all
rtmain: until the first of February. druggists. .m eral weeks. craft. R

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A Society Girl's Brilliant Debut. WHAT STRANGE THINGS ARE Rev. Young J. Allen Coming to America ( Called Meeting of. the Cemetery Asso- f
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j elation j jI H. ROBISSOK, Pres. G.J.gwn:H. TeHer.COMMERCIAL
r T ie Sterling Hotel was the; scene t S. H. BUTCH, XV" .5 ,
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of ate of the most brilliant affairs of VTovvn Topics," the printing establishment Df. Young: J. Allen, the_ greatest There will be a, called meeting of r,

(tie reason last evening, when Miss which printed ."Fads and missionary now living and who has j i: the ladies cemetery association Friday I, .
Fancies." the book that met with such j afternoon at
three o'clock at the
Anthony made her debut. The dance at won great distinction in the Chinese home
a furore of disapproval by the ".com- j of Mrs. Edward Badger. This will be I
which Miss Anthony made her debut empire, where he has lived for. nearly
mon people owns Torn Watson'smagazine .| a very important meeting and it is BANK
was 'preceded by a dinner to about which is printed for the sixty years. Is. coming to America this hoped that all the members will make ,

forty gt est.s. The tables one large, "common people." spring; some time in March. He is a an effort to be present. The associaj I

and one small, were laid In the din- John Temple Graves is Tom" Wat delegate to the general missionary j lion Invites any one, who. is interested OCALA, J LA.

Ing room, the color scheme being son's candidate for the United States conierence, which will be held at Bir- ia this movement to come to the meet-

white, red and green. The large table Senate from Georgia. Mr. John Temple mingham, Alabama next May. i ing whether they are members or not,

had an immense center piece of Graves is editor of the Atlanta During his mission in China he has as the association hopes to increase

polntsetta, edged with white carnations Xews which paper is largely.owned b risen to a high rank among the reli-i i, its membership this year. I
the Southern railway company. M "***" (jf
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and the rest of the table was gious workers there and is regardedas ,
artistically arranged with holly and lion. William Jennings Bryan is an Orientalist of unusual scholar- I Mr. O. C. Tignor who has been with intrusting jotcrbtasiness to us. '
candellabras making a trip around the world and is the W. J. Chambers Shoe Bookkeeping by ,
red ribbons. The were ship. He Is at present manager of the Company,
shaded in red giving it a brilliant ef- writing letters telling his impressions Society for the Diffusion of Christionand i!j for the past year and a half will

feet suggestive of the season. The of the things he sees. lie is having General Knowledge Among the j I transfer his services to the firm of H. INTEREST ON

guests at dinner were: these letters "syndicated" so that the Chinese, and is editor of. the Review J\ B. Masters February the first. Mr. I iTIME DEPOSITS

Miss; Ethel Adams Brooklyn; Miss ordinary newspapers of the countrycan of the Times. 'j\i j Tignor will have charge of the shoe SAFETY DEPOSITS, f

Florence Cedarland L. L not reproduce them, and more j department at this
l Barton ; Dr. Allen is a brother-in-law of Mrs. i popular establishment -
Hisses Stone. Binghamton; Miss Lucinda than any other man in the world :Mr. F. E. laskell, of South Lake Weir, j| and Mr. Scott who now has this

Batesoa. Miss. Augusta Lynde; Bryan has lifted his voice against the and during his visit to America will position expects to return to his home J

Messrs. Farrell Bateson Levan Car- "syndicates." spend several weeks at the beautiful in Asheville, X. C. I .
bren. Reynolds Leaycraft Xew York What strange things, indeed are
Haskell home on the lake. i I'r --
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city; Arthur Howell, Philadelphia and happening. Dr. Allen also has relatives in this } -
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Lieutenant Houston, Washington D. city and will spend a few days here. : I CAPITAL ,
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C. Misses Anna Lee Worden Edith The "Awakening. : $50,000.00 !
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Payne, Jessie Guthrie Theresa Lynde. Miss Philips Gives Picnic. I I '
lion. David L. Yulee wa one of
Florence Bullard, Hazel Harvey, Kathleen President T. T. Munroe. "
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c Murphy Ruthh Fuller. Ethel and I Florida's first United States Senators Saturday afternoon Miss Mary Phil- Vice-President Z. C. Chambliss. f
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Mary Anthony; Messrs. Nelson Ben after she was admitted into the federal lips gave a picnic to which she askeda t ) { Cashier Geo. H. Ford.

nett. Paul Sterling. Thad Flyman. Henry union. He was regarded by many dozen or so of her young friends j Asst. Cashier, J. B. Brooks.CENTRAL .
Atherton, Henry Young; Xed Bix- The title folks were chaperoned by 1-
and Is still so regarded as the greatest
by Jesse Warriner Dr. Donald Guthrie Miss Dora May Vogt, and her cousin
statesman that FlorIda
Malcolm Guthrie and :Maxwell Jes- ever represented :Miss Fannie Williams, of Columbia S.

sup and Walter Phillips of Scranton. in that distinguished body. He C. t NATIONAL BANK
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Mr, and Mrs. Anthony and Miss Hel was likewise the greatest factor in At one o'clock they went to the FamoLls ,

and Lillie home of the hostess and then f
en Ryman Anthony occupieda Florida's material development. young OF OCALA,
small table near the large one. all walked out to the woods in front
Long before any railway was built .
After the dinner the guests arrived of the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. i

for the dance, which was held in the across the continent to the Pacific IL Clark. They spent a very merry j 1 Dl'RECTORS.

ball room. The receiving group, composed ocean, he conceived the idea of building afternoon playing the outdoor games !I 1r r Shows I

of Mr, and Mrs. Anthony and a railway across the state of Florida that children love so well and not the t J. K. Christian. R. S. Hall
the fair debutante, stood In the parlor least of the pleasures of the after i .
a canal across' the Isthmus of Geo. Mackay T. T. Muaroe
which was gorgeous In a decora noon was the picnic lunch which was I
Tehuantepec and reaching the Pacific : Z. C. ChamWl
tion of greens these serving as a much enjoyed. j I A Host of New Features ; I '.
background for the quantities of exquisite ocean by this route.I Had not the war Little Miss Mary gave this picnic in I

E floral offerings sent to MissAnthony intervened-this enterprise would have celebration of her birthday and her I Co prising'Many' 'R ..... ,--- .. =. -

which were arranged on tables been accomplished and the commercial guests were Sallie Spurlin Myrtle : I

near the receiving party. The business of Florida would havelong Whitfield, 'Myrtle Pope, Una Taylor, j\ Real I .. -
ball room was decorated suggestive since been .what we now expectit Rebecca Smith Dorothy Lancaster, j' Sl ; .

of Christmas with the greens touched to be when air' Flagler's railroad Florence Dozier Dora Pelot, Elsie I

r with scarlet Oppenheim furnished a completed- to Key West and the and Annie Pearl Liddon, FrancisDittmer l i ..G.eee..seca.

,splendid program of dance music and Panama canal is constructed. George Looney, Bradford and i (Irerjic "

the young people tripped the .light Mr. Yulee married Miss W ckIH'fe.daughter Sanford Dittmer, Raymond Toph and !j : We keep a full' stok of :

fantastic till the wee sma' hours. of one of our early Post Jimmie Whiteside. i LOOK FOR id
master generals. ilr. Yulee had one i S Joe (II
_ The debutante, who is a strikinbeauty
of the Titian type wore an son )Ir. C. Wickliffe Yulee who is Horseback Riding in Ocala. i Celebrities THE SEAL old Harevst :
well known to all older Floridians.
exquisite gown of white chiffon cloth
embroidered with crystal paillettes, It was the father's ambition that his Horseback riding is again growing I : Old McBrayer .

forming wild roses. The gown was son would follow in his foot steps and popular all over the state. Some year '

trimmed with Venetian lace and silver devote his life to politics and states ago it was the most general amused Together with a lavish expen- Mark Rogers -

rose buds. She wore a dainty manship but he seems not to have han ment in the country but for the past diture of capital in recent /1'_ \' 1lla,' ,",, .
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taste in this direction. few it has been to the : ; Old Charter Q ;
wreath of silver roses in her hair o any His years relegated ( j ,i II iIi. t, =L .
which was poised a silver butterfly friends and the friends of his father, background by new amusements and betterments placing the I I .
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however, glad to know that he pleasures. -.:-- .
and has / :; '" M t Vernon
carried a bouquet built of pink ere / .
show far in advance of /j : ; ;# /, ,:'. ::.- .... .
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ruses: and fillies of the valley. Mrs. I turned his talents into the realms of It is a most delightful exhileratingand :IIII 1.I'I { ..'::"' ihiraimui ..!.!;"';-, :- J' .toW", t',

Anthony wore white lace over white literature and is likely to acquire fame graceful exercise and we are gladto all! others J t;I .- scale < >
,: it < Ca and ;
therein. note that it is into : .
again
silk, embroidered with gold roses. growing r.lf' .i&11i 1'i" ; .
- Miss Anthony 'wore; a very handsome Mr. Yulee has just published a novelof popular favor. There are quite. a number I I YOU'LL BE SURPRISEDAt : ; j r\ : .lllli'! I) .J

gown of white chiffon trimmed with Washington life entitled, "The of ladies in Ocala who' are very fiWj ). ? ; ;'l :I;; Other. High
Awakening. Besides being interesting clever and charming equestrians and r r.:' = '- I I'I' .I
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Venetian: lace. Mrs. William LathTom I l fS : \ 1- !A : .' ;;
as all generally love stories early morning and afternoon horse theExtraordinary II"
Mrs, Thomas Davis Worden Miss are I '''; ; i :::
: Whis'oy
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a Pilscllla Lee P.aine. and Mrs. H. H. it shows much erudition and that its back riding parties are now almost I .
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Harvey, acted a.s <:hal'erones.-Wilkes- author: is familiar with the languagesand daily events and no more enjoyable .

i tiarre (Pa.) Review. all phases of life. sport" can be imagined.Mr. in Ulluhf iSiU'._ (I $)
- Miss Anthony's We read the book with much pleas r I Iii.rTIII1i .
parents were married hy ba aa old friend or a g 1f
here ure and( pronounce "The Awakening," Holder Buys Elegant Home i in
and her mother Is: a native S n3N hatn3a3: acgtutntasce.B3 k
wf Ocala and still has a most criditable production. Ocala.
many friejids ready for him with a
here who will read with pleasure of I case, of absorbed wh:1deg, '1 r 1E'r

I her daughter's ,brilliant debut I Literary Contest Under Auspices cf Mr. Edward Holder, of Dunnellon, i j Excellence r rye burboa, Scotch, Irish; )

.,,:;:. *''Mis Anthony' grandfather, Cap Daughters of the Confederacy. one of the largest phosphate opera- j'I I. brandies, wines, etc. We \ .

W, J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, has been Mrs. W. W. Carroll, of Monticello.state tors yin Florida, purchased Wednesda\, i I i I Q wilt put you np a dozen or .
favorably spoken of as a candidate for historian of the Florida divisionof the beautiful Zewadski residence on Of the
; program presented at f more quart bottles to meet f I en
i f)
I\lv* in accordance with the recommendation will take possession: of his new homeon 0 .
not broka"either
I "go
Miss Anderson! Entertains Card Club. of the National Historical the first of April e l
I paying for the good ,
OCLA I' ,1
c >' Committee, announce a literary This is one. of the moSt.: btsiutifu : I) 'we '- :
t goods : supply.
,: Fwt lMday> Daily. contest as follows: I residences in Ocala ana vas former- 11 11I j I 10 I :

Yesterday afternoon Miss Mary .\n- 1. One Essay-Is The Clansman of Iy owned by Mr. R Hf( Buffum, when I Ij ,I d -I

tlr>* n entertained the young ladies Historical Value? j the Buffum Loan and Trust com pan} ;I JAN 30 i0

.5 1 earl club in a very pleasant way. Her !. Two Poems-The Bestowal of the was doing such a prosperous business i MONDAY I o ,. .i.IS .

:';.: y guest were the. members of the club, Cross; The Bloody Angle (at Spottsrld ; in this county; It is located on one j i *. HOUSE WINE
..' slater Mrs. Clifford Anderson vania. of OC0LA ROOMS : it@e
her an ) our principal residence avenues I I Afternoon & Night.
three 'visiting girls Miss Ella Usher, 3. Two Dramatic Sketches-Gor and is in a most desirable location,
; O ae00s.
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of Sharaokin, Pa.; Edith Patch of don's Five Wounds; The Burning of and in its architecture finishings d I ea..8.8i j

Boston, Mass.; and Millie Xurney, of the Judah and the First Blood Spilled adornments is one of the finest buildings -r-- -- '-.;-.
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.... Suffolk, Va. There were four tables on Florida SoiL in the city. -- _- -

of progressive whist and the games 4. Two Songs-The First Daughterof Before taking possession of this I ,

were exceedingly interesting and the Confederacy; To the West Florhfiida property Mr. Holder will make many I PARIS _' .S ,. ,
closely contested. The prize for t | i Cadets Who Helped to Save Tal- changes alterations and improvements SUIT, CLOAK AND SKIRT ? ,
highest number of points exquisC- lahassee. i I MANUFACTURING CO., I
an : and when completed it will be '
ite pink crepe de chene scarf was won :: 5. Short Story-Eased on any his- : an exceedingly elegant home. 1285 Fifth Ave. .' .' t

A by Miss Sue Barco and the game prize ;j torical event not mentioned above:, and Mr. Holder has large business Interests < -

S a silver bon bon spoon was won by I I that happened in Florida during the in the state and his coming to [ :> .-:' :,- '. .J 'v. .- I.
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Mrs. E. C. Welsh : ..I- ,
war. Ocala shows that he has faith in the r \1 hO"

;S S After the games a delightful supper 6. These to be entirely original faro future of the city and he will be a > : j > 't I Ialf.a

was: served in the dining room. Therewere ductions of members of Chapters on factor in its progress and development I -f"; ;:, "' .. '",,*;- ':, :-"J" :

seventeen seated at the table, ly. .. -' : ,

,}. S which looked exceedingly lovely in its 7. These original productions to be Mr. and Mrs. Holder are very popular f _' ,0 U.)4.: .J o11. t .,-.,,1', _{ ,- .:. .-_.; ': -f I It'
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) decorations of feathery smilax and a sent to sirs W. W. Carroll, Monticello in society circles and their numerous : ." ... ': \ I
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I S large vase of beautiful pink carnations Florida. where they will be passed friends are greatly delightec I 'j '- ', ':. c _: c '..

55 In the center.. The' menu included upon by three competent judges to be that after an absence of several years f \i rf't.. .. ,.' _- _. ,' .. ...',.'' '.. ...,
salad, sandwiches, olives, salt selected later. they are to return to Ocala to resideand i I i., :' ::-. '' .. > : :). ,-
.5 00 almonds cake and cream. S. TO be sent in without fail on they, will .be accorded' a very I' : :

S :Next week Miss Barco will enter- or before April 1. 1906. cordial welcome by our citizens. j I' 1 WT: J <> .. fft ;L: 5Lt .4J'4' t.L. v.C.ht.l .J.a, sI

... .tatn-*' -the. club at the home of. Mrs. W. 9. The best article upon each of The only thing that we regret in !

_ H, Powers. the above subjects to be read, recitedor this connection is that Ocala will lose ,

sung at the state convention in Orlando :Mr. Zewadski and his interesting tam- I. o. ) Mr. and Mrs, Ernest McLin left on in :May on the evening known ity. i j'I I l

: Fridayfor Ocala, where Mr. McLinhas as the Historical evening, either by For some time past :\11.. Zewadski ::

" :, gone Into business with S. :1the t author or by some person designated has been in poor health and his y\iy- !f J fl.J1.: .. .. I .oJ: 50 n tu":' xL. i \. .o.at: L OuJtcxAAjLaucJt

Rawls & Co., of tile Florida- Xa\'all by her sicians have advised him to seek a j /

Stores .Ca Mr. and Mrs. McLin have 10. *The president of each chapteris colder climate and acting upon this f itA.AL

a large circle of warm friends here urged to see that each subject is advice he will leave Ocala about | C9''i a.arL, .o x, +l .xJc JLo :

who regret their departure but hope represented by a contestant from her the first of June for Springfield, 111. I : _

they will be happy: in their new home. chapter... 5. S where he expects to make his home i i

-Tallahassee Capital Mr. Zewadski and: his family have :A.l '
", ;r. "
Band of Mercy. been identified with the business ;
S so- ,
_S Here it Is past the middle of Jan I" .-: .
cial J '
and religious ;
circles for } .
many '
nary and the banana leaves the most A gathering of the "Band" will beheld years, and their friends will part with j .:,.:.-.:>,-.--,, ,'T.,.'..--..- .', '....-" .'-. -'-- : }, ,\\,.. -=- : : .;
tender in the vegetable kingdom are early in February, when those them with J .
great "
very reluctance. f -'
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still green and tomatoes are ripen members who have competed for the ... .' 0: '::: ',: ,: ,' \, II
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ing In the open fields. Florida is certainly prizes for the best "Kind- t:
t essay on Mr. and Mrs. R, A. Burfdrd have a' ,:_, ". -. -- .M.. Jf LI. h .......
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holding out her nest bib and ness will receive their awards. Xo fine new horse, which they purchasedfrom ,, I

tuekelthis: year to' :her tourists" and j I esSay< can be received after Febru- Mr. J. J. TIpton. This Is one of f .

her, citizens... }l ar)" first. E. Tatham. Secretary. ., the prettiest horses in the city. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR II
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VOTJ.'. ). XO. ;3.: OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARYS, 1906. ONE DOLLAR A YEAH

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,I GENERAL LEE'S BIRTH- | Capt. Inglis Presented with a Silver I- SUIT STILL ON TRIAL. I>i The Marion Farms Buys the J. !R: MI,.

DAY IS CELEBRATED. Service. I I. tin Stable.
C--: .. i
Testimony in Cas of Mrs. -
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i Daughters of the Confederacy Give Most of the readers of this paper Hooper vs Coast Line. The Marion Farms, utter the direction -

Does Silver Tea and Reception.In are aware that Captain John L. Ing- of Mr Samuel A. Hawk is .

your baking powder' lis, president of the Dunnellon Phos- In circuit court:, the suit bf Mrs. branching out in all dtoMtfeM, which, j

honor of the birthday Anniversary Ella F. Hooper vs the Atlantic CoastLine Is evidence that it la makhig a sue
phate Company and president of thePort
contain alum ? Look of General Robert E. Lee, the South's continues to be the case occupying cess.The

upon Inglis Terminal company, is Marion Farm, it aril be rememb -
greatest hero, the Dickison chapter, the attention of Judge Wall. Yes
building a city at Port Inglis, at the I r d. la the IMM *f UM state
Daughters of the Confederacy gave a terday a number.of witnesses were
the label. Use only a powder mouth of the Witolacoochee river on convicts and many of tike couaty

reception and silver tea at the hospit- examined. Today others will testify.In convict and .. doing a Mg taMtMM
the Gulf pf :Mexico which Is destined -
able home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. the afternoon or early evening, In naval store* U v.H M ferafog.

, whose label shows it to be Scott, on Fort King avenue Friday afternoon to play a conspicions part in the it Is I thought opposing counsel willpresent Monday it branched oat t. M. Mt.

and evening.In futu.re. history of Florida. It, perhaps arguments. Mrs. Hooper is other direction by pure!..... qMs

the afternoon Mrs. Scott was assisted has been observed from an article suing for J12.000( -Tampa Tribune. large and growing livery bveinem. of

made with cream of tartar. in receiving and entertaining by printed in this paper a few days Mrs. Hooper is a citizen of Ocala J. R. Martin and company, bayta tfc.

Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, Mrs. E. P. ago that the shipments of phosphate and is the wife of Mr. J. S. Hooper. real e&tate aad pernjnal ptet. Tty M

Moody, :Mrs: W. S. Bullock Mrs. E. L. from the harbor at Port Inglis are well as the busto M.Mr. a

.: NOTE. Safety lies in buying Carney, :Mrs. Fannie R. Gary and quitea larger -than from any other points in Miss Emily Ford Gives Dinner Party. Martin will hav enwf* of bat*

number of the other members of the United States. the stables aad the Meek .

l only the Royal Baking Powder From Friday's Daily.
'farm
the chapter.The The. company of which Capt. Inglisis of the

entire lower floor of this beautiful Last night Miss Emily Ford was The farm wtH be 91
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which is the best of at the head has just completed the proper rmclpally jp
: cream tartar the hostess at a 'delightful din-
home was thrown open to the largest chemical works in the south.In very for the pupe ef ,NIII ....

;a, baking{ powder that can be had.SARA'ELIZABETH guests and all during the afternoonand addition to his other enterprises ner party, which she gave In honor of proved stock cattle., heneiand ML __ 'a

her brother, :Mr. George Ford who
If. evening large numbers were present Capt. Inglis has recently had con- to grow .. stab fer the tlilB if

.. .. Mrs. Scott is sf very happy hos- structed at Boston a beautiful $30,000 leaves next week for Alabama, and the same and tor the we ef fstabloe. .

I'd. tess and her assistants were very aff- Miss Millie ume), of Suffolk. Va.. .
\ yacht which has lust arrived at Port I

able, cordial and charming. The din- Inglis. who is visiting her >sister, Mrs. Jack It Is expected that the "11Ia .'hetlr I

i .' ing room was very beautifully' decor- J Capt. Inglis was in Ocala Friday and Camp in this city. will develop late a mat Ia T 1 ri- NR

t I ated in red and white bunting, bam- his friends here took the occasion to The table, was beautiful in Its ap- will became a* net-M ae die the z

1 HARRIS, I Miamrs palatial new'hotel, HalcyonHall pointments of cut glass and silver and
mantel quantitiesof stock farms of
Local Editor. boo and on jLhe were present him with an elegant five piece Les1nirt Ky a
i is now open to the public.Mr. On the table scattered over the snowy white cloth
red roses. serving
j silver service gold lined and with his -
a vase of beautiful red carnations, were sprays of lovely ferns. In the Friday WM
was name on everpiece for his new a frlfttntuiy legal hull.Uv
I HM-tLh.MiS ABOUT TOWN. P. IL Lester returned home on center'of
I the table was a beautifully
i and Mrs. Herndon, of Washington, D. yacht, the "Tuna" The presentationwas In Florida and was observed by all
II ..... :Monday from a business visit to Jack-
: embroidered red which
i --- rose piece on
C., and Mrs. Reddick, of Chester, S. entirely informal and took placein the banking iftstttutkNU la the .tate-

)Ir. O. C. Simmons. of Central paid sonv ille. was placed a large bowl of red roses.
coffee and
i _. C. poured the chocolate and the office of :Mr.: D. W. Davis. Mr.V.. Albert fteMtag. aablfl' and

.. this office a, friendly call Friday. the following little girls passed the refreshments ,- In presenting this beautiful service, Seated at the table besides the hoe secretary of the Flerida Bank A

all Favorite fertilizer Fertilizer material for for sale all crop by Lang and, to the visitors: Nellie Gott- Mr.'Davis said: "Capt. Inglis: Several tess and the guests of honor were Trust company ef JackeoavllUr tuck

I The Ocala House is having quite a Swartz & Co. xMr. lieb, Irma Blake, Lauragene and Florence of your sincere friends thought" on Mrs. Ford, Miss Stotesbury Mr. and that occasion to nw down to oraia

,-L number of guests now. Dozier, Lucy Moorehead, Sara the arrival of your beautiful Yacht Mrs. D. S. Woodrow Messrs. G. II. for a brief visit l. Me mother andto
Fred Gaskill was up from Cantler !-
Harrison Donall Ford. John Taylor,
I Davis and Elizabeth Xewsom. the "Tuna" at its point of destinationa greet his many ether frteoOa to

The Beavers are preparing to gives Monday and we are glad to know During the afternoon a' musical fitting opportunity to show their W. D. Taylor, J. H. Workman. Ste- this, his old bone. Gnat. C. K. dar

a minstrel In Ocala at an early date. that he is much improved in health. phen Jewett, O. B. Howse Misses
. and literary program was ren- appreciation of a loyal and true ner, president of the JaekMivill.

aT -- dered which was very enjoyable.Mrs. Leafy Sylvester. Sarah McCreery, board of trade and ene &f the matt
know to be and
friend as they ,
Mr. B. E. Raysor returned homt I Mr. Frank Ross, who represents the you Meta Sara Harris Hattie Dye
Jewett ,
and her music class In .
popular
handley trust that will accept this ser- lR81 Florida b) now ....-
Hamilton-Brown Shoe Company, in you
from short visit to GaorgUrf
Saturday a and Esther Weathers.
'i played a number of selections on the dent of the Florida Bank and Trait
this state was in Ocala Monday.Mr. vice as a slight token of their true
I piano and \iolins. Her vitlin'class friendship. May its acceptance give x The place cards were booklets In Company, of wMefc bare Madding I* the
Teach trees and plum trees are in
:Miss Lillie which were a group of original questions cashier
includes Bailey. George and secretary. He flrrt annual.
full bloom. It is spring weather : and Mrs. Clarence Camp and you as much pleasure, as they enjoyin
of beIng
all them
the to
answers -
-lacKay- and Charlie FIshel and they its statement shows individual depaeiU
Mr. Jack Camp spent several days presentation.
i! right. do also her names. of the guests present. They of
well
last week all play excellently as With the service was a card contain- SUTUTttt. The frhmd of Mr.
delightfully huntingnear
-- very
; piano pupils. Daisy Arthur and Cecil the words were correctly answered by all and In Redding In thte city and county are
ing following :
Jacksonville a
Mr. E. P. Axtel. of Dunnellon.
I I Handley.Mrs. to John L. Inglis whois drawing for the prizes: they were won glad to know that be .. so intimately
in Ocala "Presented
former Ocala citizen was onaturdaf.
Sanders Miss Sara Davis and by Miss Nurney and Miss Jewett. connected
wHh each
financial
held in sincere for a anlenitid
It was the kind of rain Monday afternoon appreciation, his
Newsom After the dinner, an auction sale of
that Noah witnessed. Forty Miss Elizabeth played piano loyalty to his friends, by those who coneern.
the "effects of :Mr. George Ford" created -
selections and Mrs. E. H. Mote, one ofJacksonville's
The Commercial bank is lending out days and forty nights of it and ,Pike's. know him best. The --- .er
lots of fun and enjoyment
1 pretty calendars to their friends andcustomers. peak would be most talented and prominent The following gentlemen, all staunch TO REMOVE
submerged musicians who is the of guests were provided with bags of
i I guest and loyal friends of Captain Inglis

t- The famous Buster-\\"n; Blue her sister, Mrs. William Rocker sang were the donors of this magnificentgift. money. Mr. Woodrow acted as auc- FRECKLE and PIMPLES. ,

tioneer and Mr. Jewett as cashier and
Lettuce shipped Friday from Oak- Ribbon Shoes for boys and gills at two exquisite 11 tie.songs. 1 ;:101DA YS. USB
I for an hour the bidding ws very spir-
ley, near Winter Garden, brought five the Fair Store. x i :Mrs. Gary, the beloved president of Otis T. Green. Louis R. Chazal, .
the Dickison read ited, and enjoyable. .. .NADINOLA. .
chapter a poem entitled -
dollars per crate. George :MacKay, George Dittmer
I the of the U. D. C." This After the auction Miss: Xurney, who THE COPLEilON BKArTTJSR.THE .
I Mrs. T. W. Craft and little daughter. "Origin James L. Wyche, A. G. Bigelow, D. W.
I a voice of rare sweetness
Mr. O. It Howse Is assisting Mr. Lizzie, of Lees>burg. who have poem was written by a Kentucky lady Davis, Harry B. Clarkson. Don E. Mc possesses
sang several songs, thus adding a
Charles Whlteslde during the absenceof been visiting Mr. Cole and family fora but was slightly changed by :Mrs. her, Robert A. Alfred Edward Holder -
musical charm to an occasion that was
Mr. K. T. Adams.Mr. short while, returned home Saturday Gary to suit the present day. Charles G. J. Tullis.'

afternoon. "After Appomattox" was splendidly 'In accepting the service Capt. Ing- altogether delightfuL
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A. J. McLaughlin of Fairfield, y read by Mrs. J. H. Livingston Sr. lis was so overcome that he' could .
Pleasant Dance at the Armory.The .
was In Ocala Friday and was registered :Mr. Robert Parrish; of this city, received A handsome picture of General Let hardly find words to express his great

at the Ocala House. over the Atlantic Coast Line occupied an important place in the appreciation and gratification. It was
first of the regular Friday nigh
.1 Saturday a very fine PolandChinahog dining room. This picture was presented I an occasion in which actions spoke
dances that will be given by the young
I Mrs John Mathews came up from and pig. These animals attracted to the Daughters By) Mrs. FrankA. louder than words and the Captain's
gentlemen of the society crowds-took
i Candler Friday at noon'and returned considerable attention at the station. Teague and is a gift of which they 'visible effectation showed that no. i. i Ay
place last week and was a verypleasant
, home on the afternoon train. are all very proud and which they comment was necessary to express his
I
I Mrs. Allyne Anderson, of Dunnellon, greatly appreciate.This feelings. one. s
Music for the dancing was furnished -
j )Ir. and Mrs. O. W. Mead, of WestI formerly Miss Allyne Edwards, of pleasant reception was continued Capt. Inglis though a Native of 1
by Miss Annie Mathews, Messrs.
; Acton. Mass, are prominent arrivals this city, spent Saturday in Ocala in the evening and from the beginning Scotland has* ,been a citizen of Florida -
Hoffman and Frank Mathews and a
j at the- Glenwood lute! with her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.Whitt. to the close It was a very delightful for more than fifty years and was 4\
program dance of sixteen numbers was '
, e\ent. an important business factor, in the \ + r ;!
enjoyed. The weather was more like
a j Mrs. M. E. Fox and son have returned In the e'ening11'8.. Scott was assisted cities of St. Marks and Newport on NADINOLA! Cffil
June than January nights but In spite
to Ocala from a visit to rela- The famous Buster Brown Blue in receiving at the door by Mrs. the of Mexico almost
gulf now unknown -
I Shoes for boys and girls at of the heat the young people had avery Formerly Advertised and uM a* ,
Ribbon
. Ute at 1'ruitlanl"ark. Gary and Mrs. Rheinauer while in the to the present generation. He time. N UJIoIOL'o

il Fair Store. xMr. jolly change in formula tr package TW
the
other rooms Mrs. W. K. Zewadaki, became such sway
enthusiastic lover of
, an Those: present: wt'reIisses Sue Bar only ha been changed to a* lit Mr. R. E. Yonge, sr., of this city, Mrs. Albert Gerig, Mrs. N. L Gott- the south that, although not compul- cannot fiord to hUt w ......we fmnaeVnconfused

the meeting of the MysticPr Claude Nelson, of Jacksonvillea co, Mattie and Carrie Williams An- with any other.Y .
attended lieb, Mrs. Frank Harris, :Mrs. C. R.
e' sory on his part (as he was a foreign INOLAljttarantee4, a.4 ana if Nlft
nie Valeta Potter Sara Harris
Davis.
Friday night. brother of Mrs. M. C. Looney ot ll refunded ia Mb
wins
Jacksonville caM M
Fhrlners In Tydings, and :Jars D. E. Mclver received every
he shouldered musket and
remain in subject), a Emily Ford, Grace Hatchell Pauline move freckle, mpln..tr., .*,
this city, has decided to and entertained the ladies and gave valuable aid to the Confederacy coloratlOtDUa) .ulII. MB U.. Mack :i

Ib Louis Lang mule Is having as mud Ocala permanently and has accepteda Sullivan Millie Xurney, Mary Anderson dih gttraiog rrnptiua. etc TW i w..
gentlemen.Mrs.
a during the whole course of the civil twenty day. Learn the tkta dMr. i saleatlt/v
Ethel Robinson and Annie At-
fun as a circus lIe Is not satisfier position with the :Marion Hardware W. H. Powers and Mrs. E. T. ( and restores the beauty of .a trticewcandfioo. >.
" war. He is a grandly, lovable man kinson. Messrs. C. H. Lloyd, Harvey teU in eack dip fcy el
with less than two runaways a day Company. Helvenston! two of the season's popu- and makes 'strong friends of all with leading druggists.or by matt.
r '- Clark. A. J. McLaughlin, Stephen Prepared only byNATIONAL
lar brides occupied the seats of hon-
whom he comes In contact and on no
largeturloE'ntln John L. Inglis. of Port Inglis, Jewett O. B. Howse. T. H. Harris,
- )Ir. N. NV. Ulmer, of Largo, a Capt.
or at the table and assisting them in occasion of his life was he more over- TOUT COi
and who has a Messrs. A. G. Bigelow. of Rockwell, Ose-a and Guy Zewadski, J. H. Taylor -
oj-erator serving were a coterie of charming come or showed stronger appreciationthan Pat' **. !* *,
ht of friend In this section was a and Edward Holder, of Dunnelon.ere W. D. Taylor James Taylor,
young ladies. when this token of affection was Sold in nab by I ndtog dtng sta.
visitor to Ocala Saturday. w in Ocala Friday and were guestsat 1 Hampton Chambers, John Pelot, E. J.
The special feature ,in the evening to him.
the Ocala House. presepted Crook, J. H. Workmna and John Sulli
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,.as the bagpipe music and the Scotch

Mrs. .\. J. LeavengooJ and Mrs. J. song and dances by Mr. Peter McIntosh Mr. and Mrs. Clark Return Home. van.

I W. Terry and daughter went up to Dr. and Mrs. W. R. O. Veal of Cot- and his talented young sons. 8 ROlLERS( AND ENGINES

few days ton Plant were in Ocala Friday, returning # K. of P. Flourishing.The .
to spend a
I Hlrr Saturday : The Daughters' reception was a most Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Howard
home from Jacksonville,
I sitq relatives. memor -.ble and delightful event in every Clark, who were married at ::Mexia
the of
where Dr. Veal went to attend Dunnellon lodge Knights
: way. A large silver offering was Texas on the evening of January the AGENTS FOR -
who resides a meeting of the grand lodge. Pythias Is in a fluorishing conditionand
1 Mrs. W. D. Watson, received and will be added to the fund
visiting eleventh, arrived in Ocala Friday afternoon Is doing good work. ERIE CITY IRON WORKS.

I fw antes In the country, is for the Confederate monument that over the Atlantic Coast Line.A .
few Hon. James M. Barco. a distinguished At the regular meeting. Wednesday -
for
Mr*. John CUry In this city a the Daughters hope at an early date
received hour
telegram an or so
financier and Ocala man of affairs, night Messrs. Clarence Chitty
I
days. to erect in Ocala.
before the train in announcedthat -
came
is prospecting In Tampa while the s and John Perry were initiated to the

I\ went out to guest of his brother, B. B. Barco, the they would arrive so a crowd of first degree. Mr. Snow was given
i Miss! Ernestine Brooks The Meeting of the Rebekahs.
ladies and
Cotton Plant Friday afternoon to re- real estate man.-Tampa Tribune v the young gentlemen assembled second, and Messrs. Hill and Bryan: ALSO I -

\f at the'depot to meet and the third.
given
Sunday with her parents On Thursday evening of last week were
I majn over A negro boy not over ten years of greet the bride and groom. As they The lodge is endeavoring to securea
Mr., and Mrs. John Brooks. the Ocala lodge of Rebekahs helda HEATERSANDPUMPS! ( '
stepped from the train they were simply ,
age was arrested Friday by the mar- enjovable meeting, at suitable lot on which to erect a I

i shal for having stolen fourteen chicken e\ry deluged with rice and for a whileit building of their own.-Dunnellon Advocate -
The banks of Ocala were closed which time the officers for .
interestedin looked as though snow and hail
The marshal became: .
I Friday vn account of the birthday of the coming year were Installed. The I COMPLETE STEAM PLANT
talking about the matter to some storm ,had struck the station. I
I Uenvral Robert E. Lee, which Is a officers are as follows: Mrs. C. L.' I
bystanders and the boy made his escape Mr. and Mrs. Clark bore this trying A Grim Trabedy.Is .
i % legal holiday In the south. Bittenger, N. G.; Mrs. Sanders, V. daily enacted. In thousands of Writft for Betlmatee and
ordeal with the utmost composure and
and before he could captured Special:)
I : Catalogs
G.; Mrs. T. J. Owen Secretary, Mrs. i homes, as Death claims, in each one,
again had stolen seven more chickens, good nature. another victim of Consumption or
I
lilar came home from Brown treasurer.
Yalmore Jake ,
or so we are told by one of our citi- Mrs. Clark, who was ,:Miss: Lillian Pneumonia. But when Coughs and
Sutherland Friday where he has been Mrs. Clara Alberty, .of Hutsonvilje. Colds are properly treated the tragedyis
zens. So It seems that others besidesour Bonner, is quite a charming young averted. F. G. Huntley, of Oaklan-
lie Is on the sick
attending schooL Illinois, who is visiting relatives In
county officials are fond of .chick woman and was very attractive In her don, Ind.. writes: "My wife bad the THECAMERON
Ult and came home to recuperate. this city, is an enthusiastic Eebekah. consumption, and three doctors gave Z
suit of. with which she
..... ...... en. travelling green her Finally she took Dr. King's
She was introduced to the Ocala lodge up.
t I wore a green silk blouse, green hat I Xew Discovery for Consunu tiow [ H & 8RKlt! ( CO.

I : Dr. and Mr*. Daughcrty, of Lexing- Stomach Troublit and Conetipatian-- and mads them a moat. pleasing and I ana gloves ana she i3 belfif armly Coughs and Colds which cured her, ,

# iou Kj4 are In Ocala for tho baianco "Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver felicitious speech. Her talk was i welcomed to Ocala by the many friendsof and today she is well and strong." It ClmrltI t f

of the winter and are stopping at the Tablets are the best thing for stomach thoroughly enjoyed and she was extended kills the germs of all diseases. One ..
troubles and constipation I have ever her husband, who is one of our dose relieves. Guaranteed at 50c and

Savoy Hotel.Two sold. says J. R. Cullman. a druggistof a rising vote of thanks.It most popular young business men. $1.00 by Tydings & Co. druggists.

Potterville. Mich. They are easy to Trial bottle free. g m

young women. living a few take and always give satisfaction. I behoves, you to use the best fertil- Mr. and Mrs. Clark are_ staying for ;, F. G. HOFFMAN
tell my customers to try them and If Favorite Fer.ilizers the present with the former's parents. The famous Buster Brown Blue .
inllea south of Ocala haul wood to back and Set izers on your crops.
not satisfactory to come are honestly made, and will give Mr. and Mrs. W. .IL Clark where Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at Florida RepresentatlTf Ofab FU.
Ocala and vend It on the streets. They their money, but have never had a the best results. Lang Swarts & Co. L Phone 200 n..I\eI.
Savor
friends. Fair Store. x
complaint. For sale by all druggists they are at home to.their. the
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THE OCALA. BANNER !: 4 A CORRECTION. I

1 THE JEWS AND THE VATICAN.

1 --- j i. As we journey to the grave it becomes: necessary to
FRANK HARRIS Editor. i.t i
j fact of history whereit, may do the most. goooV The :

P. V. Leavcngood, Business Manager i! On last Sunday this paper printed an article entitled, "Justice for from Washington Star:

f, the Jew. Rowena Peyton, aged seventy-six, whose cry of (

.. heard in Atlanta every day for and who is now
I years
A This article contained a quotation from a Jewish writer in the
has documents ta prove that she was once the dancing
American Israelite( saying ether that the whole
t among things during
King Edward of England. Miss Peyton was the daughter

x continuation of the brutal massacres of the Jews in Russia; Rome, and dwelt in a stately mansion near Marianna, Fla. She

had net spoken; although these things were, done in the name of tees: !! at a great ball given in honor of the Prince of Wales

F Christianity, )et Rome, at the head of the_ Christian )world, had looked the time of his visit to this country. The Prince asked

I Fey tan, daughter of United States Senator, Peyton, of
i on with sealed lips. I !
"1 wash ta dance with her," he said, and he did. The war s
We are bid fay a friend and a reader that this writer is sadly mistaken
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: ton fortune and the two girls, P.owena and Rhoda, came to

T in this matter and we are requested to print the following article : died last week. :

from Harpers Weekly, which will show that Rome- has spoken, and ; No citizen of the name of Peyton ever represented ;

will correct the impression the publication of the extract referred ta' Having examined the calendar it is discovered .that no j I Ii

: sentH either Georgia or Alabama, and as our investigation {!
Motto: The Banner, believing those is calculated ta produce on cur readers. !
,t' the t:2joWet: able to take care cf I beyond those States it is only necessary to reflect upon the i

themselves, has taken its stand in the We reproduce the article from Harper's Weekly cheerfully.It !; mation which some metropolitan writers possess. Coming i I

barricades with the common people is as follows: i capital it is all the more pronounced, for they at leaast have j IJ I

and its fight will be made for the bet* To those who recall how, during the centuries when" the Jews were" ; arriving at Tacts, which are woefully lacking in this case. Ij

tenr.ent of those at the bottom. ,I the victims of dreadful persecutions at the hands of the Inquisitions : visit of the Prince of Wales to this country: in 18SJ, Florida j

; at Washington by Senators Mallory and Yules. As for the I
throughout the Spanish Dominions, they dwelt in safety under the
FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1906. ; we regret that the triumphs of her youth could not have I II

shadow cf the Vatican there is nothing surprising in the tenor of through life.-Leesburg Commercial. J

Last Saturday was the hottest January the encyclical addressed the other day by Pius X. to the Bishops cf I. What the Commercial says is true. Yet before the date Ei I If

day in St. Louis for 33 years. Russian Poland. In that document the Pope denounces as unworthy i f is a sad and pathetic story, and unfortunately a true story, !

of a civilized people the massacres of Jews which have taken place' in l tory.of the daughter of a Florida United States Senator. II 1

Tom Lawson is glum and impatient. i i3lt. Her beauty and accomplishments are said to have
Southwestern Russia and reminds his Polish coreligionists that: such I
Vesuvius is in eruption again- I compeers. She was the reigning belle in the town in which l

I outrages are condemned and regarded with abhorrence by the law of j hundreds of others of the purer and genter! sex her love ;
,
Russia is well off in one respect. the gospel which prescribes love for all mankind without racial dis I betrayed, and the father in humiliation and disgrace, in the

She doesn't have to borrow trouble. crimination. The truth is that the Spanish Inquisition was an engine with his daughter to parts unknown, relinquishing his

of despotism rather than of bigotry and that the expulsion of Jews and political leader, which were great, i indeed, and it is I
Mr. F IL. Long; who has large interests -
nor his daughter were ever heard of more-until the
Haider from many countries at a time when the whole" of Central and Western I grave- )
at declines legislative sorrows.It.

honors- Europe was" Catholic was prompted by racial and predatory motives .
is claimed'that his erudition and memory were sa

rather than by theological rancor. Of all the forms of Chris- consulted by Clay, Webster and Calhoun, and was called the

Senator Depew says he is a sad and tianity, it is only the Greek Church, which in Russia is the State the United States- Senate.He <

solemn man and he is,no longer a
Church, that shows itself an implacable enemy of Judaism. How, then, was beyond all doubt the most remarkable character
humorist
in the history or polities of Florida.
I dees it happen, it may be asked that there are nearly as many JewsIn '
The abandoned wife and mother devoted the
Mr Thomas Hoopa, of West Chester the Russian Empire as in ail the rest of the world put together!
works of benevolence and good deeds and as a small boy this
Pa. is in the city and is at the We that almost all the Jewish of the Czar
answer subjects are concentrated her piety and her prayers in public made a deep impression
QcaSa. House .
in the region which used ta be known as Poland and Lithuania, One of her sons was killed in battle at the beginning
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That was a witty saying of the and at the time when" their forefathers found a refuge there, the independent I and another rose to high political distinction in this state. I

Ckfeago News that a wfcfeke btos- kingdom of Poland with which the Grand Duchy of lith- !
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seat Is fUn oa a bcs. uania had: been fused, was Catholic, as indeed, a majority of the APPLEYARD ON THE WAR PATH. T;lone not to be I {

Christian inhabitants are today. -
;Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Muaree have t pardon of our
i
4fcristened their beautiful new borne on From the view-point of the relations! of Jews to the various non- He Thinks That an Editor is Almostas I this space with

Cm/lh Second street The":' Judaic religions of the world, it is interesting ta note some of the fig- Respectable as Judge. I In early life we I I
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"- ures compiled by Dr. Isadora Singer managing editor of The Jewish school and one of I
The H n. IL B. Palmer, a memberof
It MOU like Father Tim will bee : and in the December number of The North Scripture thai always j
Encyclopedia, published; the board of bond trustees, took I
are Wbtioeer of Patrick: before the ibly was Matihew vii I
American Review. Dr. Singers estimate, based on' what Re deems the occasion Friday afternoon last, in asession
MUe .f New York { I. Judge not. that
"
most trustworthy source of information places the total number ci of that bard to 1wnbast"I
_* For with what
I editor of the Index in his usual
31, Jk London the faawos wee- Jews at: the present: day at 11.11&224. By enumeration made by Russian jaJgtye shall be
: -words-and consilpt3nonofids' I
his air. and his wife and Japan- officials in 1379 there were 5, &9,; )1 Hebrews in the sa-called Pale! of style; and demandedto what measure ye mete :

e @ nMit are visiting at Seabreeze. Setlementhich comprises a part of the former kingdom of Poland. know who this man was that daredto tired to you again.

FIa. 3. And
In 1900 Austria-Hungary had 2.C15.zn. largely massed in Galicia; Ger- come among us and criticise uswho -- why
mote that is in thy
WIIIMI R. Hearst was attacked byligtr many in 1901 had 536,543, a large proportion of wham" were in Posen; is he. anyhowr considenest
not the b
1 a fo 31 Deo.. la New York Roumania in 99 was credit.ci'Wit.; 269,015 Great Britain in 1331 with Well we are going- to tell aim. "We thine !
are going in the -pedigree business own eye 1
U..t attacked tae tigrTtt far tat 250,000 European Turkey, including of course. Constantinople, with 4. Or how wilt .
We to devote the
right. are going
is not so bad.
1S8,15o; Holland in 1S93 had 103,953. and France, 86, 35. The remain- first chat ter (this week) to ourselves brother, Let me pull

Tw CbtBtnanzees married ing European countries had collectively, a Jewish population of about ; and next week to the gentlemanwho of thine eye; and, b
were out
in thine
own eye?
in an BBnois townl: The local paper 130.0CQ. The Jewish population of the United States is computed by makes such inquiry And in deI 5.
Thou hypocrite
said the "bride was beautiful and ae- Dr. Singer; at 1,503CCC in round numbers!: at least half of whom are ing this we beg to say that we left the f beam out ef rftfrre r$1
place of our nativity in open daylight;
lt fpllsheel" residents of the City of New Ycrk. The rest of the American Continent : shalt thou see dearly
I our friends and associates knew where .i :

The Mississippi legislature has dispensed contains some 74,000. In Asia there are about 380,000 Jews and 360.000 we were going; and we didn't leave I mote Our out of thy brotl.

In Africa. Jews crs ?5r7T.tted ta livs everywhere except in that l anything behind us. nor commit any j next
with tie services
ef rgeii
a chap- {II |I win: deal with the
Mn aM every member must do his I part of European Russia which lies outside the Pare; of settlement 'l 1 1I act that we were' ashamed of. ||i With matters. in

%wn 1aytn3'iilsi I that part in ether words, within which the Greek Church is dominant i f fI The writer was born at Ricannrad.J JVa II oominsr down to
., i!; 1S50; attended the public | !
Turning from the political position to the economic status of Jews : -yard. in Lake
Watson wants to break up the I schools of that city and at ten years j jtof I 1'\P i
Dr. Singer points out that whereas 4.16 per cent of the total Jewish age went into the printing oifice of i iGeorge
1RIIiM to break, >
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up the solid south.Wbafs I, __ _ .
OK.IiIt9al: the differenceVMM population of the globe! are treated, officially at least by their respec- I W. Gray. At twelve years of :!,

lwtwt xt Watson sad the renub- tive governments on a footing of equality with their non-Jewish citizens I age in lSi 2. he entered the ConfeC'rate i|i

Maas ptllty' hardly 10 per cent. of them can be classed among: .eU.to-dw-3Q Navy, on board the school ship
Patrick Henry, and was later in U 6 i ;
per cent have ta fee caunted among the dependent poor. This is true
s.,.. the BUtOte, BBBser: ".!tit toW transferred to the ram Virginia a.- i
f in countries largely Catholic as ueii as in Russia.: Thcugh poor, the I "
ta *y* oar iwaiar auvefist has messenger boy. He surrendered a;

attached a guolina aslne to his ox I Jews are proud, however. In sp.te of the frequent occurrence among Greensboro, :3L C. with the navs:
MfAD
.... and iflMCines "'s in an ut moJIcaevi6la t them cf extreme poverty, Jews da not figure on Gentile pauper fists. foress- that. had retreated from Richmond AND
.
"'. and woe commanded] by ': i
,
t Alike in the Pa'e: of settlement! in Austria-Hungary, Germany and the who :
1
Admiral Raphael Seaunes. As to '
tf f L'mtsj States, the weil-to-da! Hebrews care for their seedy brethren. I i 1
this lea refers to Judge A. 0. Wright

'....... 0t th ttrftsonviUtpage-11' + .._ .Si7lf_loCif.gas-- ___-aw- :.w++- __.._-'y I o{ Jacksonville Asst. BBgzaeev Ben;. ; Bothered With Itch j ;

-' -- -- -- --. -- -. ---- -. -. Herring; Tallahassee;. Lieutenant Lit- ; Time- Found No t
lake : tienage now in charge of the Coafedora :
ilr. Egbert Van Alstyne and wife Cut cura Was :
RI .* ttM ,... geol Show aDd the If left to the vote of Florida Co.- ; archives at Waehing tea j I
are speeding some time at St.
Augus
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--.1'Md! 5... one! J. H. Estillwill be elected SOTeraor .; After the war he letmned to his Lady Sow # .
tine. Mr. Van Alstyne, is the Compost : 3
of Georgia almost unanimousTb f trade aad finished his ip l
- t[ of Navajo, Bedetia Under Use i
? s aasaaapors of Florida are now IJ' Saving one pear in the editorial j
I Shade of the Old Apple Tree and many [
tofu brat Sorb to suet inmxit saaetszn of Henry Rifts PoDard editor f WISHES
other popuart .J-;.
...11'. the state. Florida has *. board of alderman ought not to of the Southern Opinion and j .

____ elM te abaadance bat pop- stop at giving Herbert Aadftrsoa one Mrs Butter better-known as Annie ..I the- braise editor the south ever proj j CUTICURA I

MtMs. Cbote: bb as devotee oar re- &ceIf be does what he promises be dueed. i .
Oakley, obtained a jodgmeet of S,ftfte jI
rltil a aM share our prosperity.li ought at least to have two. In IsTl he visited Ms father in Co- f{
from the Jacksonville Metropolis in "After using Cut
I tambcs Ga.. and was induced to take I
her damage sail. This is one of thee j msit, and Pills, I am : !
a ftUBfly qnsn+el SacudnyiHHr IItgh( Herbert Anderson will be efcetad J I t ,bots that this crack shot of tha a position on the Eon. connected with 1; am euireif reiiewd i I'I'I !

Ovteatoi Noaa Kid shot and animal impooa&er without a dL.8lt-1 L which was llajSidney Herbert now I humor of the b ad

MM Ms a* tn r-ta-law. Josh MiaeQ.fc tag voice. Now tfeereH be something j jHiJIg. world VU mad I of Maitiand. Fla. to whom he refers I was bothered with "
#
I tisse. I did not the
tfce IkOm's own home. Both # use
par- I i' : as well. as Judge W. A. Little of Cot !
'calf 'I The recent White House incid it- edks more than three
lilac bias hvins in Osaag COCIlIIft Inmaas. There is also living in
the force ejection of Mrs: Morris | Lakei i beesn: to get better and
17 alt tttelr aced MfeeU: batons The Ocala Banner is wearing its from its sacred precincts has broughtthe |l' City.. a lady whose father a banker !, patiy.-ftl. I suffered.

11 a nnttiarinriy well known fau Iy many years wit becoming: modesty f ,| there. was this editor's intimatei on my bead, and found
Washington Post and Washington took the Cmieura :
and with ao indications of fritad. Here be married and later
ft8 s.aeiUty.-1 Star -ether It is the Srst time that i I I used gal cake of
Juanaty hen of the Florida
Tampa Trflxme. these i i moved to SebmaT Ala. where he went three boxes of
two famous
.... aM Track Grower is newspapers ererrecognised
ant and It into partnership with Capt. Richardtgfish. : s of Kit*. Iun deug all
each other. !
fc! % mart exceUeot edition It con- We ten. indebted to the Bank of DBBaettDB. t! -. :'J of the '1".Imes.S" to his life ; the Cutieura Beadis, J '
talittu :.a t I l done me good,aad I
D and Las may oiiginmlarticles the Ocata :
,ManaoetoriB. company ,While there is some doubt as ta j there he refers to .Cant. w P. Armstrong i. others the sara& With

siW -r'tW worthy of'eareGwpernor the sera Lmnber company I i whether George Washington tossed an i I I and .,\. R. Parrisb.: president ; 1'Om' allele's" 1bs.
III.! ...... l ad several others for handsome caten- 1 dune '
I American dollar across the PottKiac I! ant eat of the First' National Bank 12, 1 15 3k ] I
4aIS. .1 f t
2b. of Georgia, and the : s there is historic 'evidence that he :: t
threw ; Far forty-three years he bas been
an English sovereign the l
t- ..... of across i
I1oriM..et m Jacksoat
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A little son has arrfrei at the hale
Atlantic oeEIIJL-'hIh atx !e Capital ; a resident: of Florida haying sane to 12 TEARS i
\ : last Saaiajr bat it is sot rL ordhth of )fr. aced Mrs. T. W. Troder. '!lie I I. j jI i f,t Jacksonville to become mechanical :
rd r or not they larked each 1 i
little one was born 'l"h&'Sday manIBS : The late fro Charles T. Tories willed j' superintendent of the Times after Cured Sound and \ :

tKbH' with the suoecsatorial safetationfo Jaaaary the eighteenth, aai is I to the city of Nw Terfe' the two jt ]f! wards the TimesTJoian.I curt Soap and j I
fbial betwea
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pr the Go9..ROfS
the fiMEith son in the Trailer family. I t splendid palaces maintained on Hf la !I i l: Doric? Ms residence for mare than ment At'Expen- ; :
uf the GaroSnas.A : i
t avenue and their magnificent coliec- !i! tweaty-tsro years in the state; be has "I Bad been
Tom Watson and Hoke Smith, of f'
body of Kentucky lion of paint statuary rugs and j been elected twice to democratic na- ;: Tears with a sere on
women are to my
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send fear missionaries to Georgia are nov Meek by jowl and bronzes", which be collected during a !; tional conventions-once by a state 1 I pfcjsicbiis gire me : ;

th-4'ftb.l Japan with, it is not known whether Tom win convert period of twenty years. He also left !; convention Ocala and again in aprinu.ry [ gave me any rem until
prootd3 from the sale of I the Caiicira
Hata or Hate Tims. Bat as it isboth ; Soap and
fin million dollars for the Ii I last
founding year. J
laid ,,
eggs on Sunder A handsome sum J i I wss cured sound and
has already been than realized.. men are usingthe: same- cupand of a hospital in New York. I, For some tteen years the editor i eke of Cstieora SJs p ,

.. saucer.Th of the Index has been secretary of the J Ointments lh.uerrr I

A few of the papers in tie state are II' Florida. Press Association. and since and I TOuki not take tel
TVlIHaza... Curtis says that a single Ocala Banner will celebrate its box if 1 knew that I
beginning to groom their candidates | liST has been connected with the I
gee discovered ia IMS+ its a newrecord fortieth: anniversary some time this :flgA D. M. i
ia theoMs for the election to beheld next fan A i state senate-several terms as S< diamond crop beth .
year. The Banner is the oldest bus- 1
: ira largest: precious stone known ness enterprise In Ocala. and one little early entlensen-wait till the if t "'- ........UII... i>t :
'tourists are gvc and we win have And during the of !
part this time ous "''c---.. ..
to-history aad hartn a value of ,ti- nt.the best in the state. -Quincy New .eKSaeeatrr.ife..,,, !
more time to set down to politics : critic was a member of the senate. ? ..M,. ........&:i '
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-Ii,. ... ., West Palm Beach News 1> In brief this Is the biography, and : .sip i5 lJ ..Ciabauiq----....:'*-IM

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'" e SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, Form pf the Cards for the Roosevelt "MILL AND FACTORY SALE INTERESTING SOCIAl. EVENT. ;
Local Editor. 1 DAVIDVOODROW
Wedding. I II Smith
I The Mill and Factory Syndicate of Wedding of Dr. and Miss "

ijlP fEHIHGS ABOUT TOWN. The Invitations for the wedding of New York Will Hold a Sale at ... Maughs at the Cathalio REAL ESTATE.

Miss Alice Roosevelt 1'i and Mr. Nicholas the Variety Store. Church,

1 lira Carrie Long is visiting rela- i I. Longworth are being engraved In I Room 1 12, Postoffice Block O:ala, ,Fla

tives at Jlartel. More and more advertutag I* baeonvlng The wetting of l>r, Dan 31erean
Washington There will be, ft is said ZEdUTT PROPERTY ON PUBLIC SQUARE
a part of every auwesstul and Smith and MUM l J, id Cecite Maugha .
llr. Derapsy :Mayo spent Sunday I 5,000 Invitations to the ff(' pti.n. To-- 1
well regulated mereantil estabUsh.mnt was soletnnlj yesterday morning at .
i The two ptory brU'k house 01t i vN..rtr Pt\Ait b* rs w 44 and 'It '
eith Wends an J relatives In Ocala invitation reads;
In the United Slates. St. Philip's thoU church in this
\vlll be sold cheap aa a stand; Tb OOTMTtha let with -. two teeut4a e tI\,
The President and Mrs. Roosevelt All the larger establishments of our city, -
Han. Newton A. Botch inspector public stjuare U I still unsold ,
state Request the honor of your presenceAt great cities set asiyle tear rnuth: for advertising l>t ruts the bt4Vtt1th r thd little\

of convicts was in the city the wedding reception of their purpossi every year, and It church was filial ta uv,rfla\\ ins by the ZEBUTF P. PERrY( OH M \ONQLU\ ST. and NORTH. FIRST SfL
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becomes as much a, part of their business friends: of this prmufneat tuupie.M83srs ft. -- l

daughter, as rent, clerk hire insurance H. A. Dunlel and John Sulll Th j North west earner lot $9 ft facing Medtle$.* htPPtt ilk Il Ib .

lion W L. Palmer, orator and lawyer Alice Lee, freight and the purchase goods Van acted, aa: ushers an,l howgd the on North First' street, facing the QQvtrniu t'uWe) putUtaf Ii't to si.

of Orlando, was registered at f I and A.. T Htewartvha was known as Visitors to their swita. unirild. ala tha )lot Jmnie4Utely south of U ss ft byOCKLAWAHA i U htt.

Ocala House, }yesterday. Mr. Nicholas Longworth. the "merchant prince of' America. The church -h id been prettily\ adorned :

'i Saturday, February seventeenth. was first to tutopi thid system, and with lovely lilliea ami .other white AVENUE.
llr. Ebb Weathers; of Cotton Plant 1
II From twelve-thirty to three o'clock, was the first to become a m reliant blossoms against a background of
was among the young men visitors to i In the White House. The lot known as the Philbrick lot on tN south Ma v millionaire. Nlrns and the nlturUi lighted by *
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Ocala on Wednesday. I The cards for the wedding will be John ,AVanamakw Selgle,, Cooper & many tapers. the resilience cf 111'111I: Un alMr: T Bu 4 oiIf r k tThU ...'

U A largo lot having UQ feet frontage alai balnfl .ill riIM" -' ._'
Inclosed to friends and omI I
relatives Company, Marshal Field: Muntgum At tha hour of tea thirty, to the '.
Mr. A. D. Mitchell of Summerfleld. '
well SPQtll level uf the street,
cials. These read simply, "Ceremonat ery, Ward & Company, Stars, Roebuck strains of the Lohcnia'lrwt'tlJln ttuardl
was among the visitors from the
12 o'clock." These are small plalr & Cum puny, and other well played bj- Mrs '', H, W \UU.
In .H L(1HE WEIR. !
country the city Wednesday. "WQODM0R ( -- _
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cards of the very simplest style.-Neither known establishments; in various cites the preUt, l-'atlwr: 1), Noltolasclu: the I : _,
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the ceremony cards nor the invitations I of the country, have persistently nd his best Mr. Lonls .'.- .
llr. Edwards, of Lakeland has been I groom man 1 have a email furnished cotttre) ?vr rent at tbw t..

spending a few days with his sister to the reception bear the golden and consistently\ followed the examplesea IJ. Cliaiul, at .-pjiril ti the chancel: Ttrms application, i. ".

eagle so familiar to all who receive by A. T Stewart, and like him, all Where they were J. lnt* l by the bride/ ,
Mrs. S. A. In this '
Standley city. I invitations from the White II U"S6. have become rultl-nitl1Lonttres. who entered the church with her brother SUGPR HdMMOCK PLANTATION( Of 500 ACRES AT MARTIIIm'is ,
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crest id for state and official A mercantile tirm In Atlanta not Mr Oeorgra Thayer Muughs.'t'hdottctattng '
llr. H. W. Tucker has just completed -
ed Electric wiring of Judge Bul- functions only. long! ago broke the advertising roe- lrit'lllt then united Uirin in for rent for thU year. This! property t li suitably tlf pilitW'i ; ? wilt

lock's residence on Fort King avenue.I The invitations will not be sent out (>rd by having fight solid pages in the: matrimony according tu the ritual of subilivl44 to suit tenants.

I until next week. There will be between Atlanta Journal. the Holy (tHhllll.\! church, using the t J 1 n U fiN hS__ r-U I.
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llr. McKerfzle. one of the young; 1:00 and 1500 people at least at The Ocala Banner will ww enter rinK.tol"tlHoIIY,

clerks the reception. its fortieth year and It has never until bliss uughji! was gowned in a
at the Ocala Furniture
store WATCH THIS SPACE FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT' OF THE BIO
-- now had but u ,single page advertisement hantisome, white broadcloth tallortil
has just purchased himself a new
For Mrs. Arthur Lederer. from one, firm at one time suit. The skiit was round 1 length and
horse and buggy. -
.. but In this week's weekly: the Wat.son the ('Hat't'ry lung With this striking

Mrs A. SC Berlack will shortly Issue Mill and Factory Knydlcate lit New cusiunm she wore a white linger--
Mr/ and Mrs. Clifford Anderson
invitations for an afternoon recep- York City api>ear$ In u doubly large {1d waist a closely I rtttlng whlte-lac
will move this week into the McGaha-
gin cottage which Mr. Anderson recently tion which she will give one week advertisement which speaks' for itself hut trimmed| with whit ruses and a" AUCTIONSALE

purchased. from today in honor of her sisterinlaw and which we hoptjvlll be risul by all white aiKreita. lUr veil .gloves and

:Mrs. Arthur J. Lt>J.erer. The occasion of our readers. slioou were white and she carried H

Mrs Clarence Camp and Miss Mary will be a very pleasant event, This linn, following out the; policy beautiful: !banquet of bride loses Thgr !

Anderson made a flying trip to Ju and Jewish society will thoroughly of the firm* w' have nienlton that M) ware a frock rout, gray irom-

liette yesterday, going down on the enjoy welcoming the- attractive young have rlutdu atlvrrtisliu: ; ix) l1U.t'Ii..tul. er, Hiiil gloved uml this i-uUle| was n ANNOUNCEMENT OF PITTMAN & SON "THE FURNITURE MIN.
bride to its pleasant circles.In .
advertising\ In the hmiujIKTS
morning train and returning at noon. are IW\HI1-IIt.- very distinguished looKIng one.

the evening )Ir, and Mrs U?rlack in all then progressive towns in alc ndrlss lJtll1'lj wl'.hJlnlt Illiilvltlinedlately w;aaitlayetl ,, 'L"' J J.. lUll 1.
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wiH entertain the young Jewish society the and It Is their licy to -=- = =
Mr. Lawrence Ballard was up Monday country i > ;/ after tire Lt"lItdk

) from Cornell, where he runs the eople, who are always glad t street u pruKntMive, ulI-tQ.llate Jinn lion, for the bridal party tu leave the

commissary belonging to the Northern receive an invitation to their i>easant with which t.) place their g< x1as fwd (church WASTING STRENGTH
I 1 home. On this occasion
& Southern Lumber Company the honorees make their aU-M. IV and' M>*. Smith accomjwnM by

I r will be Mr. and Mrs. Lederer.. -TimjsUnlon. in Ocala this ayndlcatv i hall Kelevted l>r. Smith's pm/ )la'. Monis Hmith; ,

Capt. A. Mclntosh. of, Hickory, the Variety Hlore and lilt sale wilt drove tu the OcHki JluU.I'( where they .

C.. after spending the past six X.I I Mr. and :Mrs. Berlack were former begin promptly at 9 o'clock on the iutd. dinner and "U the afternoon! Women who suffer from unnecessary, disogrH4blt;
residents of Ocala. ,
in Ocala with his daughter, Mrs. D. morning of February 2, Coast I/li'f train the; bride and 'groom

E. McIver, has returned home. This syndicate: inukwi it Us specialbuslnev left fur Kurt llyer I where they will painful, weakening, female complaints, will find that
A Fine Beef.
to pick up larg-uin from spend a few days with Mr Philip I,*. \Vine of Cardul is a safe and pleasant remedy for all
Mr. 11. P. Young travelling representative mills and factories at Specially lour Hrowti at the Jtoyl Palm Hotel. Me I

of the Illinois! Sewing :Machine I Mr. W. 1' Edwards will have: on exhibition prices and thllJllloth1II over the Brown was formerly the manager: of their Ills. It atts directly upon all the delicate, inflamed

Company, of Chicago whose today as fine a beef Irr'rhap!:. country and selling! them at correspondingly the Ocala house anti I U an intimate
that has ever been butchered in this tissues purifying the blood throwing off the closing
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headquarters are in Gainesville wasa low figures Mr. Sheppard friend; of I both \>r. and Mrs tjmlth.Mm. .

visitor to the city Wednesday.Mr. county. It Is a Red Pole and is one WaUon Is the manager of tints "new- Smith' tyivelliiiif dterrra t'us A matter and relieving female disorders such irregular,
of the cows that captured one of the I
departure" In our mercantlly history gray court suit, with gray hat and
L. J. o this city, and best premiums at the mid-winter fair scanty profuse painful catamenia prolapse etc.
and will! arrive In Ocala tomorrow to Klovee.: ,At the station they were Con- ,
his sister. Miss Hattie D. Brumby, of at Tampa. This cow was three years i
make preliminary arrangement In grutulated and exterrdod many best Also relieves headache: backache: dizziness
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old and was fattened on velvet beans.
Athens Ga.. spent Friday at St. Augustine
placing and displaying hU good wishes by 14 number nl their friend, -

and 'were guests at the Poncede Dressed, the anival weighs seven hundred The Variety store during; this mercantile who were down to *>t'e them Uft cramps, dragging pains, nervousness, irritability, etc. .

Leon HoteL pounds. carnival week will iwluc Its After the. drat of -Vbruary/; HI'lwl .'
Persons Interested in fat, stall fedI 3 If you need advice, write us a letter, telling us all
also, them line with
prices putting on MIK. Smith will be at hum at num

General J. C. Davant CoL G. C. Mar- I beef are Invited to inspect this one the syndicate goods, and in enabled tv \tfi155: South Second start your symptoms. We will send free advice (in ptejn

tin and Mr I'. B. Coogler three -of at Mr. Edward's stall at the city du its it har-s In the profits of theweek'H 'fMtt wed'iing \\ all utin tit much interest

Brooksville's leading attorneys and market any time until Saturday. balei on account ...f the J'I'IJIlrt'we! sealed envelope). Address: Ladies' Advisory Dtpt.t -

most popular citizens were in Ocala The two page advertisement tells of of the i-ontractlnjf parties, Dr. Smith The Chattanooga Medicine Co. Chattanooga Tenn.
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Mrs. Robinson Entertains Card Club
Monday arguing a case before Judge that will \\x .
the many thing put onsale is tine fit Ocala's awed influential citizen

Bullock. I which consists: of everything *. He U a physician and NUl'.

I._ _ ,_ A very delightful meeting of the needful to the household and for wearing gran and ha built! 1.11I' # very large All DRUGGISTS SELL IT.IN $1.00 BOITOES
The four little daughters of Mr. and married ladies card club was the one
apparel practice during his residence yf nary -
Mrs. Clarence Camp and their governess with Mrs. George K. Robinson Wednesday -
their advertks
and red
lie sure | ten yes; l In this city. Fur a number
Miss Brand, nave returned home afternoon. The special guest
nt, It will cost nothing and
JIlt you of year MN MayKl tug b-en
from a week's visit to CoL ,, N. on this occasion was Mrs. Robinson I YOU
In UJ.WJlOtt VII II E
may mean money your pocket the city ticket agent for Hit: Atlantic
Camp's orange grove in Hernando charming sister, Mrs. 1-1 K. Aldrich, f
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I Coaxt Link' railway, having hr office fer Atk t, tad ty ttllJu.U\f k On44kmg C 0
of Providence. R. I. Besides the : rwi>
county.
t.,4I11b Jq
Musical Service. )
Special In the Ocala house arcs she f well
i rcrg t rr.t." -Mi". ii, W'tlb+.'t,
members of the card club several ol 0 F
known} a large clnj(! frteMd user I..t.--/G. JU r

Mr Howard Clark has rented Mr Mrs. Robinson's friends were preen Sunday evening a 8pex>iai musfcrat aver tb; *tat<-. TW lJ if.-, Jvln with i iI
Frank Dorsey's little cottage between and the ladies spent the afternoon in I
service" wilt tie held at the Prebyter-
the many: other friend of Dr. and I A.._ ....... ,- ,,__ ._ 0-"" --flY III ]I I r .LL -<-t.-#,
Fort King and Ocklawaha avenues a very enjoyable manner playing progressive -
tan hur'h..e bave floe
some very
Mrs. Smith in wl+Hlo them every
just next to the residence of Mr. M. whist. After the game Mrs.
musical talent for this occation. Mix:
; bappclrrsi: iu their future life,
FIsheL Mr, and Mrs. Clark will commence Robinson assisted by her daughter MlWrd Nurney ol Kuffolk. \ a.. wh Ocala Furniture Conpny :

house-keeping in a short while. Miss Ethel Robinson, served thicken has a beautiful contralto yoke. wii GRAHAM VILLL ) ;
salad, wafers olives and coffee.
sine Miss BwMrie BeveBger of Pay -

Messrs. Lang Swartz: & Co.. are the ton O., U an artist of rare ability or Dr, Lkk spent Mvo4ay Ja Ott4a.The -

authorized agents of the Sanders Fertilizer Entertainment at First Baptist the pipe organ. Sbe will preside at sfrner, Illaa adlM taade her

Co.. of Jacksonville If you Church. the organ next Kuaday arw rsr1ug; first trip to Stiver Hyrin"1i Tue iay.Mr There is Nothing Too Good For You .

are needing fertilizers or anything: in and eveningVe give b4o\r tare 1'11) sad Mr, Kddte S ttiU, of o va. .
the fertilizer line will do well to On Friday nIght beginning at .:3\t
you gram for the evening MrvU-: are at AJr. Kvbert Md** *W;* fr a
figure with them before buying x o'clock the children bfckwagiug to the Organ I'relu4Fr--1'iigrlss's Chorus"Wagner. few days. Tb-at'jj ft broad j.U neJlt, but it bold good, for yu\i wttl W'''4y >e. '

Warren Sun Beam :Mission Band will 1faxtia gitt buying cheap tlJrJ11t J'e, Now" that 4 c B4t liMN tit 34r1xwuirl
Itev. David ell Oxfu '
In notation eeauwt far pay ion etthvrbit3trt Jtl' 4 for yorr goo4. ioM if 1M wpi i
Hun. J Borden of Oxford, was engage a : a =
Aotfae Hark Hark My Swrrr prtstelet! bti+4ay swag aA4 s+in= "
In Ocala Monday, and as has been 125 medal offered by Rev. L. R. War Shedy.LassosOkrrla.Prayer. day eve elttg at ttae Cbri.dt.IIrm kwi" 'bcw4i1 yule sae let the tit g' a&t IyWtW, pi1i. f. rtW ':,

Ids custom for many years paid us asocial ren to entourage the Bute f&Hcs in a'c p av14g ,5+1me f.b4t place,
Mr. aid Mrs, Pazi.vr, 4f J. IIIt, I
and financial visit. Professor their good work. Tike pafatte is cordially -
be we on baneys.
Itytari-"Teo 9Qr as tsttttlet are
Borden Is a very close student and is Invited. .9 0'ioUI1 )tfr, JIUIM Tuck** and fawIlr $five Smith & Roberts

a "mlddle-of-the-roader" from sincere iLOlfextory \ .. t'F.Wtliep. ov'ed Into the i3r'egaw iia+es ,

conrl t1ons.I Orator .u-Su' Melody is F.a .--)1r. (iust4r s. Mrs. liwvard 11U W )f' ALmzoLtr'g will lafa, paswt tft Yhowiug ye Ii the is tt J u tM I kMveKJt' _

IJ"J t I tia.ftBrfftiU." r vtoIi perbligatoMe iim *t Friday with tW.f lr+i9t, ev EVefytbJG i4 tbs ftwwrttg. #4* *t ct9 ststjlrt pars,
I Mrs. J.V. Motley and daughter, rite oratorio of the Holy CHy wm
+rsfs. gd GwiI Mrs. ItU# i Hoiiy,
{ left Monday fur Gadsden. .Alabama.to be given in tbe Presbyterian: ebureb ; _____ ____ ,_ ___ -__ __ __ ___ __ /11
Mlle Y
aM .Mrs. LapMm.Ferruoa"Siow air" Wx4tbouef: acid blew,
ana to make that nest! Tuesday ecenit g. Twenty five of
J to Join Mr. aloxtey, '
Ie Seew a Aafrtr C0sii, Mt :MOhMy flit MAN g
city their future home. Mrs. Motley'sbrother. Ocala's best G"en' wiH take j art. Y
1 .. viM tut Mr. IrwJ X iuI4s'. w. llrisI LANDS.
Mr. John W. Williamson, ac- Procteedsrfur Pipe Organ and. Be
t bo1i.Li+wrtrw"" 4D "rbs ) liN "s. MmykW4y ill t.-w soitrs tIt '
eoaipanied them as far as Jacksonville sure te take in this Sott auwieal Xvmw.IYIU'gaEC. I I L

treat ever offered to the Oeala route by Grte7Orsini a are: sorry that the L ii wtnty If you bave.laads you wish to & ltor' 1s' r rJil,

The members of the Hyde Park loving UWk. Admiseteo M peats. P isth4 Th l M< fe.t4ala do ate stopped se suttetdy. If you want to buy lane IQllarmfug, ".Jw.Jr$.

(WagQel'.) It began M the ttta4k$ of Ik n ,
Methodist churtn at Tampa, ot which Mr. Liddtm to Have Charge of- Mr QtVbvtets&e fri i tile. was-*{ turpentioiog orlumtwr jHijrjigseg,

I Her. W. J Carpenter Is the pastei Tompkin't Stable. Tile CIdcag4r CMAicle UNtiJIS Mr. sa iH 4W welt Wet Writ to .
to begin the -
are makingpreparation*
value <*f tbe Mr haa held estate asfeJMtws forever. _
erection of a fine 16,000 church, which Mr. C A, Liddan. who for estate
: Heal estate. Cook ieruaty.$4o. BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO = =
.R iH lie"try elegantly furnishtfd.ho&ojB years was engaged in the livery business _
The shsry of Rawe u. Peytoa ilreat1e
; 4ryUnited goods business, t$ '"
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in Ocala *iU cave charge >tiorb I (* ,44; states steel stuck td "old gaatgfe woman" of At.. OCALA FLORIDA,
honarinj the livery stable formerly belongiDg tl .
Ot ala herself In
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1 John I Jngiis. And Florida might d< &.A. Staley Company, -" '''- -= =-"-" :"' =; i7---" -- ---= = cpVr.l -

herself* credittf paying more heed was recently purchased by Y,.. D. "W. (arse; Yuck etwefc .OOtlflV9i; St. who young a prow Virglni Dr And )in. T. Yr" 6+'au t. tri U. X. Wiw11vugest M ...
Paul sunk U ,wo.vV9; itthsyr raflroad ty. and danced with tfceW Pr
to the counsels &f such men u CaPs nomp1da.. of Miean/ ,lierievr. ;n4 Dl. .s latt4itei tsteX.Y1014 ff Ul YW if
stuck, $16 *,% ; Kastemmills. textile le.. is one of those thing tba ,

s tale Infill while she it happy enough tamoua Buster Brown :Blue J5.6frOtH; bank stocky $',WOOOC ,- be elated a* very pathetic .tt Bl4lmtv ut Ja.r .iaU b1w fl Ja $k 41 1d X it .

i to own tbera. Better lifted. them when Ribbon The Shoes for boys and< girls at ; other bldins. *S.OO ,W0; total. but it comes from AttantaP its Oc--.1a SU1\day ass w r's-wit, eie FA ffrlf'1 fit V'4

-living. deal-Times.than pile marble 3n1on.M .vr thtomUQ the Fair Store. aT $1:'bOtOO4 tola- I e.L j. the 4qala Jfs71aste, 1 a pr.M its :

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SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, Form of the Cards for the Roosevelt 'MILL AND FACTORY SALE.. INTERESTING SOCIAL EVENT.

Local Editor. Wedding. DAVID & WOODROWs

The Mill and Factory Syndicate of Wedding of Dr. Smith and Miss

ijl.P NII\05\ ABOUT TOWN. The Invitations for. the wedding of New, York Will Hold a Sale at_ Maughs at the Catholic REAL ESTATE. '

I Miss Alice Roosevelt and :Mr. Nicholas the Variety Store. Church. .

lira. ,Carrie Long Is visiting relatives Longworth are being engraved in Room 12, Postoffice Block, Ocala, Fla '

at Martel. ,More and more advertising ,becoming The weding of Dr. Dan Morgan
I Washington. There will be, it is said, I I -PROPERTY ON PUBLIC SQUARE.
-- a part of every successful and Smith and Miss Jessie Cecile Maughswas
Mr. Dcmpsy Maya spent Sunday 5.000 invitations to the reception. Th.
well regulated mercantile establish- solemnized yesterday morning at
The two story brick house on this property must be removed and 'it. .
with friends an will be sold cheap as it. stands. T he corner lot with :33 feet frontage on
The President and Mrs. Roosevelt All the-larger establishments of our city.
lion. Newton A. Bli'tch. state inspector the public square is still unsold. .
Request the honor of your presenceAt great cities set aside so much for advertising Despite the bad weather the little ,

of convicts was in the city the wedding reception of their purposes every year, and it church was filled to overflowing by the ZEBUTf PROPERTY ON MAGNOLIA ST. and NORTH FIRSTS!
Wednesday,
becomes as much a part of their busi- friends of this prominent couple.

daughter. ness as rent clerk hire insurance, Messrs. H. A. Daniel and John SulliVan The North west corner lot 29 feet facing Magnolia street and 84 feet

Hon. W. L. Palmer orator and lawyer Alice Lee freight and the purchase of goods. acted. as ushers and showed the on North First street facing the Government Public Building site Is still

of Orlando was registered at t I" and A. T. Stewart who was known as visitors to their seats. unsold also the lot immediately south of it 28 feet by 84 feet.

Ocala House yesterday*. .. Mr. Nicholas Longworth, the "merchant prince o>(\ America" The church -had been prettily adorned -

Saturday, February seventeenth, was first to adopt this system and with lovely' lilies and.other white OCKL0WAHA AVENUEThe -
,Mr. Ebb Weathers of Cotton Plant I .. .
From twelve-thirty to three o'clock was the first to become a merchant blossoms against a background of
was among the young men visitors to II lot known as the Philbrick lot on the south side of this avnue
\ In the White House. millionaire. I palms and the altar was lighted by
Ocala on Wednesday. between the residence of Mrs. Austin and Mr. T. B. Snyder Is fair sale
The cards for the wedding will be John ,Wanamaker, Seigle,. Cooper & many tapers.At .
This is a large lot having 140 feet frontage and being 244 feet deep gad {e
inclosed to relatives friends and offi Company, Marshal Field Montgomery the hour of ten thirty, to the .
Mr. A. D. Mitchell of Summerfield, well above the level of the street.
cials. These read simply, "Ceremonj Ward & Company, Sears Rpe- strains of the Lohengrin wedding ,
was among the visitors from the
at 1: o'clock." These are small, plair puck & Company, and other well march played by Mrs T. H. Wallis, .WOODA' "
country in the city Wednesday. llL LflKE( { WEIR. .,->.
cards of the very simplest styles Neither known establishments in Various cities the preist Father D. Bottolascio, the "" >" 1" .", "".'-" .'.:. ,

the ceremony cards nor the Invitations of the country, have persistentlyand groom and his best man Mr. Louis I have a small furnished cottage for 'rent at this'; beautiful'tesfe .
II r. Edwards, of Lakeland, has been I
to the reception bear .the golden consistently followed the examplesea R. ChazaU stepped to the chancel Terms on application. r' ,
spending a few days with his sister,
eagle so familiar to all who receive by A. T. Stewart, and like him,'all where they were joined by the bride,

Mrs. S. A. Standley-in -this city invitations from the White House. have become multi-millionaires. who entered the church with her bro- SUGaR HAMMOCK( PLANTATION Of 500 ACRES AT MARTIN.is .

This crest is for state and official A mercantile firm in Atlanta not ther, Mr, George Thayer Maughs. The
Mr. 1L W Tucker has just completed -
for rent for this This Is suitable for or win
property pasture
functions only. broke the year.
long ago advertising rec- officiating priest then united them in
the Electric! wiring of Judge Bullock's -
The invitations will not be sent out solid in the subdivide to suit tenants. '
ord by having eight pages matrimony according to the ritual of
residence on Fort King avenue.I
I until next week. There will be between Atlanta Journal. the Holy Catholic church, using the 1

1200 and 1500 people at least at The Ocala Banner will soon enter ring ceremony.
Mr. McKertzie, one of the youn '
the reception. its fortieth year: and it has never until :Miss Maughs was gowned in a
clerks at the, Ocala Furniture store, WATCH THIS SPACE FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE BIG
now had but a single page advertisement handsome white broadcloth tailored
has just purchased himself a new
For Mrs. Arthur Lederer. from one firm at one time, suit. The skirt was round length and
horse and buggy. #
but in this week's weekly the Watson the coat very long. With this strik-

Mrs. A. s: Berlack will shortly Issue Mill and Factory Snydicate of New ing costume she wore a white lingerie i
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. Anderson
invitations for an afternoon recep- York City appears in a double page waist a closely fitting whitelacehat
will move this week .into the McGaha-
tion which she will give one week advertisement which speaks for itself trimmed with white roses and a ATJCTIOSALE
gin cottage, which Mr. Anderson recently -
purchased.Mrs. from today in honor of her sister-in- and which we hope will be read by air white aigrette. liar veil, gloves and

; law;, Mrs. Arthur J. Lederer. The occasion -
of our readers. .. shoes were white and she carried a

Clarence Camp and Hiss :Mary will be a very pleasant event, This firm, following out the policy I, beautiful bouquet of bride roses. The
and Jewish society will thoroughly of the firms have menitonld that
Anderson made a flying trip rto Ju- we groom wore a frock coat, gray trous-
enjoy welcoming the, attractive young have made advertising so successful and gloves and this couple was avery "
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liette yesterday, going down on the ANNOUNCEMENT OF PITTMAN & SON "THE FURNITURE HEN
bride ,to' its pleasant circles.In ,
advertising in the home
morning train and returning at noon. are newspa- distinguished looking one.
the evening Mr. and Mrs. Berlack pers in all the progressive towns in Mendelssohn's% wedding march was

will entertain the young Jewish society the and it is their policy to -.
Mr. Lawrence Ballard was up Monday country played imediately: after the benedic-

from Cornell, where he runs the people, who are always glad t. select a progressive, up-to-date firm tion, for the bridal party to leave the {

commissary belonging to the Northern receive an invitation to their pela!'ant with which to place their goods and church. WASTING STRENGTH i

home. On this occasion the honorees
make their sales.
& Southern Lumber Company Dr. and Mrs. Smith accompanied by

i I will be Mr. and Mrs. Lederer.-Tirn s- In Ocala this syndicate has selected Dr. Smith's son Mr. Morris Smith .

Capt. A. McIntosh oft Hickory, Union. the Variety Store and the sale will drove to the Ocala House where they

C. after spending the past six X'j Mr. and Mrs. Berlack were former begin promptly at 9 o'clock on the had dinner and on the afternoon Women who suffer from unnecessary, disagreeable
residents of Ocala.A .
in Ocala with his daughter, Mrs. D. I morning of February 2. Coast Line train the bride and groom

E. Mclver, has returned home. This syndicate makes it its special left for Fort Myers, where they will painful, weakening, female complaints, will find that
Fine Beef.
business to pick up bargains from spend a few days with Mr. Philip F. Wine of Cardui is a safe arid pleasant remedy for :all:

Mr. B. P. Young travelling representative mills and factories at specially low Brown at the Royal Palm Hotel. Mr.Br&wa .
: i 31 r. W. P. Edwards will have on ex and thorn the their ills It atts all the delicate inflamed
or the Illinois ;SewingMa- I jr.fi.fss shijsj.iag over warn tarmerlj' the manager of directly upon

r chine Company, of Chicago whose hibition today as fine a beef, perhaps, I country and selling them at correspondingly : the Ocala House and is an intimate
that has ever been butchered In this tissues, purifying the blood, throwing off the clogging.
in Gainesville 1 low Mr.
headquarters are was figures. Sheppard friend of both Dr. and Mrs. Smith.

a visitor to the city Wednesday, county. It Is a Red Pole and is one i Watson is the manager of this "new- Mrs. Smith's travelling dress vfas a matter and relieving female disorders such as irregular.
of the cows that captured one of the
departure" in our mercantile history gray court suit, with gray hat and

Mr. 1.. J. Brumby, of this city, and best premiums at the mid-winter fair and will arrive in Ocala tomorrow to gloves. .At the station they were con- scanty, profuse, painful catamenia, prolapse, etc.

his sister :Miss Hattie D. Brumby,' of at Tampa. This cow was three :years make preliminary arrangements in gratu'ated! and extended many best Also relieves headache backache dizziness
,
Athens, Ga., spent Friday at St. Aug- old and was fattened on velvet beans. placing and displaying his goods. wishes by a' number of their friends

ustine and were guests at the Poncede Dressed, the anival weighs seven hun- The Variety store during this mercantile who were down to see them off. cramps, dragging pains, nervousness, irritability, etc. '

Leon Hotel. dred pounds. carnival week will reduce its After the first of February Dr. and
Persons interested in fat stall fed If you need advice, write us a letter, telling us'an
them line with
prices also putting on Mis. Smith will be at home at number -

General J. C. Davant, Col.. G. C. Martin I beef are invited to inspect this one the syndicate goods, and is enabled to 155 South :Second street. your symptoms. We will send free advice (in plain

and Mr. 1-'. B. Coogler three of atIr.. Edward's stall at the city do as it shares in the profits of the This wedding was one of much interest -

Brooksville's leading attorneys and market any time until Saturday. week's sales. on account of the prominence' sealed envelope). Address: Ladies' Advisory Dept.,

most popular citizens, were in Ocala The two page advertisement tells of of the Aontracting parties.. I Dr. Smithis The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. 4
Mrs. Robinson Entertains
Card ClubA
Monday arguing a case before Judge that will be
the many things put on one of Ocala's most influential citi-

Bullock. sale which consists of everything zens. He is a physician and sur-

I- ._ very delightful meeting of the needful to the household and for wearing I geon and has built up a very large ALL DRUGGISTS SELL ITJ2J $1.00 BOTTLES
The four little daughters of )Ir. and married ladies card club was the one '
appareL I practice during his residence of nearly -
Mrs. Clarence-Camp and their gover- with Mrs. George K. Robinson Wed- Be and read their advertise- I
sure ten years in this city. For a number -
ness, Miss Brand, have returned home nesday afternoon. The special gueston
ment. It will cost nothing and
you I of )"E'arsliss Maughs has been
from a week's visit to Col. \Vr. X.Camp's this occasion was Mrs. Robinson's "I WROTE YOU
WINE
in .
may mean money your pocket. the city ticket agent for the Atlantic .
orange grove in Hernando charming sister, Mrs. E. K. .Aldrich I
; Coast Line railway having her officein for adh keg and by following it and A.R 0 U I
county. of Providence, R. L Besides th- Special Musical Service. taking Cardui my Femaie Troubles
the Ocala House and she is well were cured."-Mrs.R.S.Wall members of the card club several ol JU OF F
known to a large circle of friends all Lavaca AI.!
Mr. Howard Clark has rented Mr Mrs. Robinson's friends were presen musical (
special
Sunday evening a
aver the state. This paper joins with
Frank Dorsey's little cottage between and the ladies spent the afternoon in
service will, be held at the Presbyterian the many other friends of Dr. and -
Fort King and Ocklawaha avenues a very enjoyable manner playing -
progressive
church. We have some very fine Mrs. Smith in, wishing them every
Just next to the residence of Mr. M. whist. After the games Mrs.
musical talent for this occasion. :Miss happiness in their future life.GRAHAMVILLE. .

FlsheL Mrt and Mrs Clark will com- Robinson assisted by her daughter Mildred Nurney of Suffolk, Va., wh Ocala Furniture CO

mence house-keeping in a short while. Miss Ethel Robinson served chicken has a beautiful contralto voice wit )pooy.J .

wafers olives and
coffee.
salad
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sing. :Miss Bessie Bevenger of Dayton \

Messrs. Lang. Swartz & Co., are the O. is an 'artist of rare ability or Dr. Lisk spent :Monday: in Ocala. -.

authorized agents of the Sanders Fertilizer Entertainment, at First Baptist the pipe organ. She will preside at The steamer Hiawatha made her L UU

Co., of Jacksonville. If :you Church. the organ next Sunday morning. first trip to Silver Springs Tuesday.Mr. There is Nothing Too Good For You. .

are needing fertilizers, or anything in ; and evening. We give below the pro- and :Mrs. Eddie Smith of Ocala,

the fertilizer line, you will do well to On Friday night beginning at 7:30 gram for the evening service: are 'at Mr. Robert McDonald's for a

figure with them before buying x o'clock the children belonging .to the Organ Prelude'Pilgrim's Chorus"Wagner. few days. That's a broad statement but it holds good for you will surely regret ,,.

Warren Sun Beam Mission Band will Rev. David ilartin. of Oxford buying cheap furniture. Now that does not mean that you .'

in a recitation. contest for a should pay an exhorbitant price for your goods, and if you would ,,-
Hon. W. J. Borden, of Oxford, was engage \nthem-"lIark Hark My Sour- preached Sunday morning and Sun

in Ocala Monday, and as has been $:5 medal offered by Rev. L. B. Warren Shelly. day evening at the Christian church.Mr. I # know where you can get the best goods at lower prices than you. ;- ,

his custom for many years paid us a to encourage the little folks in Lesson-Gloria-Prayer. and :Mrs.: Dozier of Leesburg are paying some other place.Smith. ': ,

social and financial visit. Professor their good work. The public is cor- I .
Hymns"Tho your sins be as scar- are here on business.Mr. '. ,'
Borden is a very close student and is dially invited. let" James Tucker and family have & Roberts
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a "middle-of-the-roader" from sin- Offertory Violin solo -- "Ruben- moved into the Bregaw House.

cere convictions. Oratorio. stein's. Melody in F."-Mr. Condon. Mrs. Howard Hall and Mrs. Alonzo will take pleasure in showing yo u the best goods at the lowest

Duet-"Just as I "am," with violin Long spent Friday with their aunt price Everything in the furniture line at consistent prfces.
and -The oratorio of the Holy City will
Mrs. J, W.Ioxley daughter ,
obligatIessrs Condon and Gerii Mrs. Robert Holly.
left for Alabama be given in the Presbyterian church ..
: Gadsden. -
Monday and Mrs. Lapham. Mrs. Wellhoner and little daughter. ---- -- - -- -
to Join Moxleyxand: to make that next Tuesday evening. Twenty five of
Sermon-"How to Secure Angel'sVisits. Cora left :Monday for Eureka on a
their future home. Mrs. Moxley's Ocala's best singers will take part.
city
." visit to :Mr. Irwin Nellhoner, who has LANDS.
Williamson Proceeds for Pipe Organ fund. Be
brother. Mr. John W. accompanied -
Solo--"rnanswereJ" (Bischoff) MissNurney. been seriously III for some time.
them as far as Jackson- sure to take in this finest musical I .

LI ville. treat ever offered to the Ocala music Hymn-"Saved by Grace." We are sorry that the Leon county If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent j

. loving public Admission 50 cents. Organ Postlude-Triumphal- senatorial debate stopped so suddenly.It or* if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing, -
The members of the Hyde Park a.
(Wagner.) began on the banks of the raging j
I Methodist church at Tampa of which Mr. Liddon to Have Charge of Mr Ocklockonee but unlike the waters of turpentining or lumber purposes, .

r Rev W. J. Carpenter Is the pastor.are Tompkin's Stable.Mr. Write to
The Chicago Chronicle estimates the that famous stream it did not run on
to begin the
nuking preparations
value of the :Marshall Field estate as forever. -
erection of a fine $20,000 church, which C. A. Liddon. who for many
follows: Real estate. Cook county, BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.
will be elegantly furnished. years was engaged in the livery business -
very < 30,000,000r; dry goods business, $:5- The story of Rowena Peyton, the
in Ocala will havecharge o
OCALA FLORIDA.
d sti I 000.000; United States Steel stock. alleged "old match woman" of Atlanta ,
Ocala honors herself in honorinf the livery stable formerly belonging trS ,
$17,000,000; Pullman stock. $J12.500 of whom it is told that she was, -
dt >A. Standley & Company, whirl .
John L Inglis. And Florida might
heed was recently purchased by Mr. D. W 000; Rock Island stock,, $4.000,000; SL when young a proud Virginia beauty I Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter of. Dr. H. M. Wharton an. eminent
herself credit by paying more
danced with the Prince of
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Paul stock, $10,000,000; other railroad and
to the counsels of such men as Cap- Thompkias of IiCl nep/ Belleview and Dr. Slaughter's sister evangelist of Eufala, Alabama .who is
is of those things that
stock. $10.000,000; Eastern textile Wales one may
tain while she is happy enoughto Miss Viola of well known in this is
Inglls The famous Buster Brown Blue mills $5.000,000;' bank stocks. $6,000- be classed as very pathetic if true- Slaughter Jackson. Ga., city ,holding a

I' own them. Better heed them'when them Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at 000; other holdings. $5,000,000- ; totaL but it comes from Atlanta.Pensacola were In Ocala Sunday aad were guestsat series of revival meetings at the First

living than pile marble over x" S1:5oO ,000. News. the Ocala House. Baptist church in Jacksonville.
Fair Store.
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Ladles'Handkerchiefs 5 Pore Linen q p'-p p ,p Store Closed Thursday, feb.1 1, Preparing This Great Eveijt.Men's 25 cent Gyott

cents rOl AllfSY01/R D V DO DOUBLE DUTY' 14 cents


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cliched, .4 chiefs Handker--..... q Men'a50cent4in- 7.

t? cents On Frfllday a f. abrua' 2Ladies' Hand 19 Neck cents Tie:

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Hose fr / ( Will be given the Grandest Bargain Sale ever recorded in the annals of Men's 23 cent 4 in-
18: cents t s Dry Hand Neck Tie
Goods Selling in this City or Vicinity. 1cents .

Ladies 10 cent Em- i 1 II.'
brbiJered Turnover Men'a 25 cent Fancy

5 Collars cents 7 5 OO.Worth of New, Dspenable Goods 18 Sox centsMen's -:

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Ladies' 25 cent Em- .
? addition to our Magnificent Stock which I will be Marked at 15 cents Fancy
Correspondingly SoxbrelderodITurno'er
Collars f; '

10 cents : Low Prices. 10 cents.

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MR. SHEPHERD WATSON, the Man from the Me 'a 10 cent White
Ladies' 75 cent Corsets 4 ; Mills will have charge of, llemHit6edUa.nd-
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Ladles' 40 cent Girdles '' / .. ....... )14.810 cent col-
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Mennen's Borated /4, Q HI; ; r t' Oftf THE ILS c' 't 4 and, obtain Lower Prices than any store can do buying independently. '

Talcum Powder 'A '. Our close connection with',
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1W/S .buying power Puts us in close touch Itim' $ cents Wlt
13: cents RE Iv: t'I'e: with all Haodkercii :: ,
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Mr Watsod has
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management of this store while
SOiSO Smyrna Rags. conducting this sale. Mr. Watson is a than of broad
in conducting Bargain S ales, His experience Big Shipneit I of h1.. _
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cents is a guarantee a of great b rgain giving.natneasmanager of this Sale ) Special Values. 's 50 I eenuahiru Ire d

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,xOOSmith'8Mou.,. Jquette Rugs Mill and Factory Purchase of Underwear-- and Sweaters. .

S1.9STable'Oil Men's Camel Hair Shirts Men's
Waterproof

"';' t -':: Men's, price Drawers Fleece- .worth Lined- Shirts 35e.,- sale or 21c. Ladies'prices Heavy, worth.:lRibbed. 35c.Vests,. sale or 21c Men's sale Sweaters price Fancy, worth All_ 2.50 Wool.. $174 Men's worth Extra loo.Heavy, sale price Grey Soy.- 7c Umbrellas 7D cents


dottTpe1yard pnce.Drawers Heavy worth Ribbed-50c., .sale or rMen's >3 9 C Ladies'price Suits Heavy, worth- Ribbed:.' .50c.,Union-sale i "24 C Men's sale Sweaters All priceLadies' Wool, worth_Athletic$3.00_ $1 f 4 8 lenSot, worth Embroidered 23c.. sale price Black 13 Men's
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centsLadies' or Men's C $1.50 Fancy
-< price Drawers y"worth. 50c.,.sale 42c Seaterswortn Cotton* Honey 65c.,Comb..sale 39c Assorted All Wool"Colors Sweaters, worth, $14't. Ladies'worth Black lOc.,sale Ribbed hose' Vesta
Men's AU Wool Shirts or Men'sc ** p- $2.50, sale price = price 7 C :39 cents

Handle$1.25 IImbrellasrice Fancy ers worth, $1.?5: Draw75, price Sweaters Mixed.worth Honey".$1.50,Comb.sale 8 6 C Ladies'Sweaters AssortedColors Half Wool, $1 2 3 Lades' k Fancy Hose., worthLadies' Embroidered 25c..sale J3cI9c

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t Mrs. Hacker Gives a Musical and caught to the table with bunches, o I .. -
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ception for Her Sisters. I i I I NINE YEARS OLD.
\ salad course, orange ice served in
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I Ii lie orange rinds decorated with orange
Elaborate and artistic was the re- I

ception which Mrs. William. Hocker I eaves cake, coffee and crystalized I January J7, J897, was our birthday, and our

.of [ ginger, was the dainty menu enjoyed bank is the oldest in the county. But its strength is not
gave on Tuesday afternoon in honor I I
the
i i, by guests. in age; it is in promptness conservatism and real desireto
Mrs. E. H. Mote, of Jacksonville, and The afternoon with Mrs. Hocker was ,
I assist its clients with the ability to do {
I together so.
< Miss Addie Hansbrough, of Elizabeth- ||i one of much delight and those whoi ,

T ThrLTv town, Kentucky who are Mrs. Hock- I i i enjoyed this musical afternoon were MUNROE & CHAMBLISS

er's attractive sisters, and have been the following ladies: Mrs. E. H. Mote, ,

/ her guests for a short while. of Jacksonville; Misa Addie, Hans- BANKERS.

brough, of Elizabethtown, Ky. Mrs. ''L.Ocala Fla
.Mrs. Rocker, charming as always, ; .,Jan,16,1906.

was gowned in white crepe de chene W. A. Collier; of Tuscaloosa, Ala.: : ."__., __t.._..

and received her guests in the large Miss :Millie Nurney, of Suffolk' Va.;

reception hall of her beautiful home. Mrs. Bessie Reddick of Chester, S.
Mrs. Clarence Camp Gives Dinner
Receiving with her were. Mrs. Mote C.; Mrs. Herndon, of Washington D. "
?arty.
who was exceedingly handsome in a C.; Mrs. Edward Holder, of Dunnel-

golden brown silk aeolean with garniture lon; Mesdames. E. L. Carney, Jean Monday night-Mrs.-Clarence Camp I"}?IJGS'i

Austin, W.V. Newsom Howard Clark,
of roses, and Miss Hansbrough, 'I i
was the hostess at a very delightful
\ -, whose lovely gown was old rose crepe J. C. B. Koonce, Mamie Howse-Sto-
: .: :<--i ./ dinner party, which she gave in com
vall, E. T. Helvenston W. H. Powers
de chene. These three sisters are unusually -: I
pliment to Mrs. E. H Mote, of Jacksonville -
attractive women and this reception .WJ T. Gary, E. Van Hood, O. M. Hub- i
I and Mrs. W. A. Collier, of
was one. of the pleasantestones i bard N. M. Allred G A. Petteway, W. Have Now in Stock
Tuskaloosa, Ala. The other guests Invited -
that has been given in Ocala fc I M. Gem J. D. Robertson, C. R. Tyd- .

EXCLUSIVE 1GNtY'AT a long time. ings, S. ,T. Sistrunk, 'R. A. Burford, to this charming affair were Mr. 1 t. the Most Complete Line of
and Mrs.. William Rocker Misses Ad-
The reception was in the nature of Clarence Camp C, C. Carroll J W.
dle Hansbrough and Byrd Wartman, RINGS that Can Be Found
Pearson. Herbert Anderson, S. Pott
a musical all of the guests remain-
Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Carroll, Dr.. and I N
ing throughout the afternoon. The Eagleton, Misses .Miriam Pasteur, .
Mrs. E. Van Hood and Mr. and Mrs. t Anywhere.
\p musical program was given in the' Edith Piatt Edith Patch, Byrd Wart-
R. A. Burford. Assisting Mrs. Camp ,
POSTOFFICEDRUG. parlor, the beauty of this room being mann, Eloyse Izlar, Gertrude' Pereda, Call and See'Them.
was her mother-in-law, Mrs W. N. I .
enhanced t>y a number of vases of pink Ethel Robinson, Mattie and Carrie

roses placed on the mantel, tables and Williams, Sara Harris, Annie Davi Camp. .I i
I The appointments of the table were
STORE. piano. Valeta Potter and Sarah McCreery.
perfect in every detail and the color I
Mrs. Mote Mrs. Collier and Miss :
I scheme was pink and white. An exquisite -
gurney, three visitors to Ocala, all o The .pecan industry promises to be-
bouquet of white,and pink roses -1 JI
OCALA, FLA. whom possess wonderfully lovely soprano lone of the most important and \"aluI -
formed the_ floral decorations of I
voices each sang several exquisite -
I Investments the table and the place cards were
I solos. Mrs. McIver and :Miss
daintily painted in pink roses. A beau-
Hon in recent and this statt
-- --- -- -- -- Wartman, two of Ocala's very talented years
9 tiful dinner in courses was attractively -
SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, The next issue of the Florida Index, musicians played piano solos and t will soon rank as a large producer.
served after the dinner the .
Local Editor. and
Appleyard's paper, promises to be a
hours were very pleasantly spent with Fred G. B. Weihe :}
hot number-too torrid, indeed, for or- ,

WPFf KINGS ABOUT TOWN. dinary publication.Miss -" "!''r"1r"'r"r'1"'r1'r"'Q"'f'1"'r"" "!" ;! ' '," " music and conversation. I Tlje] Jeweler,


Wr. Robert Sanders represented the Bessie Porter expects to go to F "IN SELF DEFENSE"Ocala's Synagogue Services. L-J ..

Phosphate city In Ocala Tuesday.Mrs. Tampa February the first to accept the ..-.... Rabbi Stollwitz, of Tampa, preached .

position as private secretary for 'Mr. in the Jewish Synagogue in this. To Crown"the Speed King.
L. J. Lummus has returned r "
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Bryan W. Blount formerly of this city Sunday and arrangements were -

home from a visit to' relatives at city. famous Authoress, Mrs. Beatrice Marean, Will made whereby he :will visit Ocala and Miss Mary Simrall,an attractive and

Starke. hold services here each month. 'popular of Orraoad. tea
lady
once
young
Furrjisf the Banner Readers With (another of Herr 3 .
Mr. David S. Woodrow is offeringsome ) His next visitation will be on the second been selected by the readers of
Buy your Fertilizer or Fertilizer
materials, of Lang, Swartz & Co., very fine bargains for saletheold Interesting Stories. == Sunday, February the eleventh.. the Times Unten to crown

agents for the Sanders Fertilizer Co., ZeButt residence for instance for : Rabbi Stollwitz is a fine scholar, the speed king at the Daytona -
Jacksonville, Fla. ::: THE OCALA BANNER WILL BEGIN THE PUBLICATION ::::
$500. Read his ad and pick up a bar- speaking French. German and English Ormond automobile rue

Mrs. J. :J. Williams was up from gain. E )F. AN ORIGINAL STORY NEXT SUNDAY WRITTEN ESPECIALLY :-:: very fluently. He is learned in the. Miss Simrall .received 20.63I votes in

r scriptures and has a most excellent the Times-Union's contest five thousand -
her Homosassa home Tuesday and I I .. :: FOR IT ENTITLED "IN SELF DEFENSE," BY ,::
spent the day shoppng in Ocala. i --- -t- -- delivery. The Israelites here ;are votes more than the next highestone

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. :McGahagin and :=: MRS. BEATRICE MAREAN, OCALA'S POPULAR AUTHOR- .:::: charmed with him and extend a cordial in the contest who was Miss
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Mr. J. M. Ward, jr., of Floral city, little daughter will remain in Ocala ESS. r invitation to everyone to hear Maude Frye, of Palatkaa. with l .l&t

sae of Florida's most prominent naval until Friday with Mrs. McGahagin's -- him preach during his visits to Ocala. votes. Miss Louise Foote of Daytona

j stores operators was in Ocala Tues- mother Mrs. Burnett They will then r- THIS ABSORBING AND INTERESTING STORY CON- =-:: The Jewish church here has been came out third in the race with a vote

day. go to Fort Myers to make their future _:::. TAINS NINE CHAPTERS AND WILL BE RUN THROUGH reorganized. II. Fishel has been elect- of 10996. ,
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home In that. city. ed president and L Schwerin, secre- A picture of the Times-Union's tro-
= THREE OR FOUR ISSUES OF THE OCALA BANNER. ::
I DIr E. I* Wartman, of Citra, was tary and Sunday school, will be. held phy, which Is a most beautiful I one appeared i

among the prominent Marion county Mr. S. G. White representing the EVERY CITIZEN OF OCALA WILL BE INTERESTED a every Sunday morning. In the- Sunday issue of that

citizens doing business in Ocala Tues- Antietam Paper company of Hagers- paper. This handsome trophy, which
AND OUGHT TO READ THIS STORY, AND WE HOPE ==
1 far town, Maryland, was in Ocala Tues- -Tournaments.. has. won widespread fame will be

day doing business with the newspa- THAT THEY WILL GIVE US THEIR NAMES BEFORE THE presented to the winner of the two-

t Mrs. Allston Rhodes after a fewi pers and job offices. -::: PUBLICATION BEGINS SO THAT' THEY WILL NOT MISS :-:: The following dates have been arranged mile-a-minute race at Ormoad nest

day's visit in Ocala to her father, Dr. -- -J for the annual series of golf Saturday afternoon by :Miss Sim rail

| D. M. Smith has returned to her home Miss Katherine Jackson, of Gainesville :: ANY OF THE CHAPTERS. ::: tournaments for handsome silver tro- Miss Simrall and her chaperon are
r111JIIIIIIllll1J1111lI11111111UIIwllllll
I t In Jacksonville Ga., who is spending the winter phies: now the guests of the Florida East .

! I In Ocala with her sister, Mrs. J. H. .! lllllllIIl111lIIIIlIIII1111C!! Naussau-February 26, 27 and 28. Coast Automobile Association and the a

; IIr. and Mrs. L. Horn went to Or- I Livingston, jr. has gone to Tampa, Miami-March 5, 6 and. 7. former will be presented with a *f>ec- F

i mond Wednesday to spend the remainder [where she will short while Palm Beach March 12. 13 and 14.
spend a Miss Wartmann and Mrs. Hocker, whois Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Gray and Miss lal' medal by the association. I ame-

!; of the week attending the international with friends and will then return to I Polk Ormond-March 19, 20 and 21. diately after the crowning of the
also a splendid musician, gave several passed through Ocala Tuesday
i automobile races. Ocala before going back to Georgia.I duets. A quartette composed of afternoon on their way home to St St. Augustine-March 26, 21 and 28. speed king there will be an automobile

! Winter Championship, 29, 30 and
I Mrs. Mote.. Mrs. Mclver, Mrs. Goin and Petersburg fronf Texas and Tennessee. floral parade. Miss; Siiarall the
1 Judge W. A. Hocker of the Supreme :\ E. H. Mote, who has been visIting 31. speed king 'Editor Wilson of the
I Mrs. Rocker sang two selections and Mrs. Gray and Miss Polk have beer
' court was out yesterday, for the first her sister, Mrs. William Rocker, I ,Atlantic Beach-April 5, ,6 and 7. TimesUnion and several other prominent -
the entire musical program gave rare : visiting in Texas for some months and
time time his Illness. The many in this city, returned home Wednes I persons will ride In the Times
pleasure to the guests. two weeks ago Mr. Gray was tele-
friend of this genial gentleman are day. During her,short visit here. Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Clark to Entertain.Mr. Union's car, which will be very beautifully -
r The two readings, which were so graphed to come to Dallas, where his
pleated that he has recovered and Is Mote, who is a very charming and attractive decorated for this occasion.
splendidly rendered by Miss Hans- son, Mr. Quintard Gray was criticallyill. ,
and Mrs. William Clark .
rapidly regaining his strength.-Talla- woman, was very much feted 1 Henry Miss Simrall will be rattcb feted
brough were listened to with much As has already been stated ii
hassee Capital. having been the honor guest at have issued invitations for a large
during the week as she will be the
delight and she was obliged to respond i these columns Mr. Gray's death occurred -
party, which they will give on Thursday -
quite a number of lovely affairs. guest-of-honor at several attain to be
to an encore. before his father reached him '
llontbrook was veil represented at evening January 20th. This
C At different times during the after- The remains were taken to the ol given during the races.
the Montezuma Tuesday-there were Mrjor and Mrs. Hall, of Tampa event will be given in honor of their
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Mrs. E. L. Carney invited the home in Boliver
noon family Tennessee,
. registered there C. C. Rawls, J. P formerly of this city, are spendingsome son and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Dr. J. G. Baskln of Dunnellon,
f ladies into the dining room, which where
they were interred. Rev., Gra-
; DUtch and F. E. Crawford all from time in Jacksonville, and art Howard Clark, one of the,winter while in town :Monday was kept busy i
was very sweet in its violet decora- i and his family who formerly lived i'
that place. guests at the Aragon HoteL :Mrs. Hal season's popular bridal couples. shaking hands with his constituents
tions. Mrs. Jean Austin presided at i Ocala, have the sympathy of a great
has been quite sick but is now much iI I Mrs. Clark is a stranger in our cityand as there is a very general d<*Ire to

Mm. S. A. Waterman-who has .been improved.Mr. the table and assisting her were Misses :I many friends In their recent bereave- this pleasant party will be given return Mm to the Seaate. There U
Jean Austin and Lillian' Anderson. In !
quite 111 for the past two weeks at the I ment. by Mr, and Mrs. Clark sr., to introduce a well established precedent that whenan
the center of the table was an Im- ; -
home of her daughter. Mrs. W. V. Morris, who has been clerkingat their new daughter-in-law officer serve one term well to
j mense bowl of gorgeous purple violets A small fire occurred Sunday after-
New eom. In, we are glad to It'arn"ery Mr. T. B. Snyder's haberdasheryfor the young people of Ocala. give him a seooed term. Senator
- and extending from the chandelier t noon shortly after one o'clock in the
; touch Improved. some months expects to return to Baskin has only served a part of a
two corners of the table were smilax residence of Mr. 0. A. Farris In the Tacky Dance.
i Okahumpka in a few days. Mr. Mor- term and the rule ooght, certainly t-,
if vines among which was scattered third wart No damage however, was
Mrur J. G. Baskln. of Dunnellon, ,
f ris will engage in the mercantile business : prevail in his case and If Marlon
f W. E. NIT of Kendrick. H. W. Douglas at that place stray violets and the smilax was I j, done. The young gentlemen will give their county alone is to be consulted the

i of Shady. P. T. Randall of Connor regular Friday night dance at the Armory doctor will be return almost unanimously

I and Robert Holly, of Grahams- Mr. George H. Ford left Tuesday forGantt's this week. The dance this week but as SaKer.It ia a part of

Yllle, were promlnet visitors to our Quarry near Sylacaugua, Alabama OURSPRIBC will be a "tacky" one and all the young the twentieth eaatortal district aDd

: City Monday.# where he has accepted an Im- ladies and gentlemen who expect to will have to be consulted also. SHe

position. He will be attend it are requested to come la
a portant greatly Is putting tp a claim that she is en-

Yalmore %Ixlar. who has been up missed by his Ocala friends, both in tacky costumes., This affair' Is being titled to the nomination under the alternating -

i' from Sutherland for several days on business and social circles. GOODS pleasantly anticipated' by the young system that has prevailed

I the tick list returned to that place Rector G. IL Hanson and his mother people apd it Is expected that It will ever since the dtotrkt was created

J r Monday afternoon to continue his Mrs. Z. D. Harrison, of Atlanta, be great fun for the young people. and
we uatorstftad that she has three
t: studies at the Sutherland Methodist Miss Emily Ford, :Miss Edna Dozier, Are Arriving and We Need the Room. pronounced caa1tlates

Mrs. Carney Entertains for Mrs. Mote.
college. ,
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and Mr. John
Tomato Plants-For sale one million.
F Dozier have gone to Orlando to attend .
Messrs. J. C. Wheeler' J. 1. Smoak. a diocesan meeting of the Episcopal THE NEXT 30 D0YS :Mrs. E. L. Carney entertained at a varieties, Bent,., Paragon. Duke of

, I ;) Henry Livingston Rev, C. C, Carroll : church. They will return home very pleasant little tea Monday after- York new entwry Grown from tat

f noon for Mrs. Hocker's sister, Mrs E. seed and on vfagte soil. Ready February -
and Dr. Walter Hood are enjoying aWe Friday. We will sell all Winter Dress Goods Underwear -

hunt this week in the Gulf ham- .. I H. Mote, of Jacksonville. and Miss Ad- 1st to March let '1.5 per X.

mocks. die Hansbrough of Kentucky. 5,000 aril up |LM. 19.090 and up

i, lIon. H. Clay Crawford, Secretary Sweaters Etc. at greatly reduced Mrs. Carney was assisted by Mrs. Si cents. CM with order. J. R. Davis -
I Il of State, and Hon. R. Hudson Burr of ,
l Wanted-A position as woodsrider. i Hocker and Mrs. Newsom and the attractive Bartow PIa. Also potato slips
the Commission returned
< Railroad
Guarantees to give satisfaction Has Now's for group of ladies, who were her for sale. 1132'A
time
yesterday from a pleasant hunt at St. prices. your .
had experience. Address W'oodsrider, guests spent a very delightful afternoon ,
Marks. Mr. Crawford and Mr. Burr
care Ocala Banner. 3td-ltw. Indeed. Farm For Sale or Rent.
r enjoyed fine sport and made a record
BARGAINS I will sell or rent my farm of JM
shooting ducks.-Tallahassee Capital
lr.| O. A. Fetteway has gone to Miami i iI I Mr, and. Mrs. Vernle Roberts and i wes in the Fellowship neisbberheal

and Nassau to spend a few days I daughter have returned home from a at a reasonable price. Good living
I An agreeable movement of the bow
&&4 will call from the latter place els without any unpleasant effect is Helvenston Pasteur Co. visit to: Mrs. Robert's parents at Live house and outbuildings; partly under

for the Bahama Islands where he will i produced by Chamberlain's Stomach Oak. They have been away for several good fence. Apply to Mrs. Jessie Hay
and Liver Tablets. For sale by all
remain until the first of February." druggists, m j weeks. craft. 1-td-tw.

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A Society GirPi Brilliant Debut.T WHAT STRANGE THINGS ARE Rev. Young J. Allen Coming to Amer- f Called Meeting of the Cemetery Asso- 10. BOOZR4, A**. J"

HAPPENING. ica. j! ciation. 1 H. ROBINSON,1'res. G. J. BUTCH. TOtei
$. H. BUTCH, 3irtr. .
In Hltrlins Hotel was the scene ---

cfa* of the most brilliant aiTalrs of 'Town Topics," the printing establishment Dr. Young J. .Allen.. the greatest' j There will be a called meeting of I

the reason last evening, when Miss which printed "}'ads and missionary now living and who has the. ladies cemetery Association Friday
Fancies," the book that met 'with sucha I afternoon three o'clock at the home
Anthony mado her debut. The dance at won great distinction in the Chinese I .
furore of disapproval by the "com- j of Mrs. Edward Badger. This will bet
which Miss Anthony made her debut empire where he has lived for nearly !
mon people," owns Tom Watson's | a very Important meeting and it is J COMMERCIAL BANK
was preceded by a dinner to about magazine, which is printed for the sixty years, is coming to America this j hoped that,all the.members will make ,
I
rs forty guests. The tables, one large "common people." spring, some time in March. He is a an effort: to be present The associa-

And one email, were laid In the dinIng John Temple Graves is Tom Wat- delegate to the general missionary i lion invites any one, who Is interested OCALA f Lfl.
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the color scheme son's candidate for the United States in this movement to come to the meet-
room being conference, which will be held at Birmingham -
Senate from Georgia. Mr. John Tem- ing whether they are members or not
white red and green. The large table Alabama, next May. j f
-' had an Immense center piece of pit Graiea la editor ef the Atlanta During his mission la China ne Has I as the association hones> to InCrfas

{. Sews which paper is largely owned b membership this year.
pointsetta, edged with white
r carnations risen to a high rank 'among the reli- <,
the Southern railway company. of Rob e1ll. Fire ami i'/ie "Vj.ysilu of
and the rest of the table was gious workers there and is regarded Avoid risk
artistically arranged with holly and Hon. William Jennings Bryan la as ,an Orientalist of unusual scholarship j{ Mr. O. C. Tignor who has been with Bookkeeping by intr-isting your business to us.taiTERE3T.
red ribbons. The candelabras were making a trip around the world and is the W. Chambers Shoe Company,
He Is at present manager of the j
shaded in red giving it a brilliant effect writing letters' telling his impressions Society for the Diffusion of, Christion |i for the past year and a half, will

suggestive of the season. The of the things he sees. He is having and General Knowledge Among the I transfer his services to the firm of H O*

guests at dinner were: these letters "syndicated" so that the Chinese and is editor of the Reviewof B. Masters February the first. Mr. SAFETY DEPOSIT (ITIMe: DVO TI

llli Ethel Adams, Brooklyn; 'lIu ordinary newspapers of the countrycan the Times. i I Tignor will have charge of the shoe .mss....
not reproduce them, and more department at this popular establishment -
Florence Barton. Cedarland L. L; Dr. Allen is a brother-in-law of Mrs. i ,
Misses Stone. Binghamton Miss Lu- than any other man in the world :Mr. i and Mr. Scott who now has this
; F. E. Iaskell, of South Lake Weir, j
cimU Bateaon. Miss Augusta Lynde; Bryan has lifted his voice against the '. position expects to return to his home
and during his visit to America will :
Messrs'. Farrell Bateson, Levan Car- "syndicates. spend several weeks at the beautiful : in Asheville, N. C. I

i bren Reynolds Leaycraft, New York What strange things. indeed are Haskell home on the lake. r

city; Arthur Ilouell Philadelphia and' happening. Dr. Allen also has relatives in this THE .

Lieutenant Houston, Washington .D.i city and will spend a few days her CAPITAL ,
i c.. Misses Anna Lee Worden Edith The "Awakening." I i $50,000,00President
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ruyne. Jessie Guthrie, Theresa Lynde Miss Mary Philips Gives Picnic. t -
\ Hon. David L. Yulee! of : -
wa one
i T. T. Munroe.
Florence Dullard Hazel Harvey, Kathleen -
Murphy Ruthh Fuller Ethel and. Florida's first United States Senators Saturday afternoon Miss Mary Phillips Vice-President Z. C. Chambliss. :

Mary Anthony; Messrs. Nelson Bennett after she was admitted into the fed- gave' a picnic to which she asked JohiH.Sparis) ( Cashier Geo. IL Ford.

Paul Sterling Thad Ryman, Henry eral union. He was regarded by many a dozen or so of her young friends. Asst C.bier':1. B. Brooks.CENTRAL .

: Atherton Henry Young Ned Bix- The HUe folks were chaperoned by I
and is stiU so regarded as the greatest
a by, Jesse Warriner Dr. Donald Guthrie Miss Dora May Vogt and her cousin.
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statesman that flor-
Malcolm Guthrie and Maxwell Jes- ever represented Miss Fannie Williams, of Columbia S. I

sup and Walter Phillips of Scranton.Mr. ida In that distinguished body. He C. NATIONAL BANK
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and Mrs. Anthony and Miss Helen was likewise the greatest factor in At one o'clock they -went to the amour

Ryman and Lillie Anthony occupied Florida's material development home of the young hostess and then I I OF OCALA,

a small table near the large one. all walked out to the woods In frontof tI
Long before any railway was built I
After the dinner the guests arrived the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. I Ii

I for the dance, which was held in the across the continent to the Pacific II. Clark. They spent a very merry ,i DIRECTORS.I

ball room. The receiving group, composed ocean, he conceived the idea of build- afternoon playing the outdoor games i Shows I

of Mr. and ,Mrs. Anthony and that children love well and not the i
ing a railway across the state of Florida so ( J. K. Christian. R. S. Hall
the fair debutante stood In the par- least of the pleasures of the after- .
T. Munroe
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a canal across the Isthmus of I I Geo. Mackay Tf
lor, which way gorgeous in a decora- noon was the picnic lunch which was Chamblin.a1. .
Tehuantepec and reaching the Pacific Z. C.
tion of greens, these serving as a much enjoyed. i! A Host of New Features I Ii I
background for the quantities of exquisite ocean by this route. Had not the war Little Miss Mary gave this picnic in ,,

floral offerings sent to Miss intervened this enterprise would have celebration of her birthday and her :j i Comprising Many I Ii !II ., ,.:...'..-... -- 'y -.:_ .......

Anthony, which were arranged on tables been accomplished and the commer- guests were Sallie Spurlin, Myrtle i I

near the receiving party. The cial business ,of Florida would have Whitfield, Myrtle Pope, Una Taylor ]i Real I I IL -- .
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ball room was decorated suggestive long since been what we now expect Rebecca Smith, Dorothy Lancaster, i j L I f. !

of Christmas with the greens touched it to be when Mr. Flagler's railroadis Florence Dozier, Dora Pelot, Elsie .

with scarlet Oppenheim furnished a completed to Key West and the and Annie Pearl Liddon, Francis :I ..._1.8..8.

splendid of dance music and Panama canal is constructed. Dittmer Bradford and
program George Looney, : IrE
the young people tripped the light Mr. Yulee married Miss Wickliffe, Sanford Dittmer, Raymond Toph and .j I' ( j1G : We keep a fall stok of :

fantastic till the wee sma' hours. daughter of one of our early Post- Jimmie Whiteside. LOOK FOR id Joe

The debutante, who is'a striking master generals. Mr. Yulee had one' I .

beauty of the Titian type, wore an son, Mr. C. Wickliffe Yulee. who is Horseback Riding in Ocala. 'I Celebrities THE SEAL Old Harevst .

exquisite gown of white chiffon cloth, well known to all older Floridians.It I .

embroiderediih crystal aillette's, was the father's ambition that his Horseback: riding is again growing Old McBrayer i,
forming wild roses. The gown was son would follow In his foot steps and popular all over the state. Some year

trimmed with Venetian lace and sit devpte his life to politics and states ago it was the most general amusement i Together with a lavish expen- : Mark Rogers I

ver rose buds. She wore a dainty manship but he seems not to have had in the country but for the past diture of capital in recent

wreath of silver roses in her hair, on any taste in this direction. His few years it has been relegated to the Old Charter, .

which was poised a silver butterflyand friends and the friends of his father background by new amusements and betterments placing the .. .
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carried a bouquet built of pink i however are glad to know that he has pleasures. /' Vernon "
show far in advance of .
ruses and lillies"of the valley. Mrs. i turned his talents into the realms of It is a most delightful, exhilarating ,
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Anthony wore white lace over white literature and is likely to acquire fame and graceful exercise and we are glad I all others, f'w ." _: 1'i" <' Cascade and (I'

silk, embroidered with gold roses therein. to note that it is again growing into .

Miss Anthony wore a very handsome Mr. Yulee has just published a novelof popular favor. There are quite a number 1)I
I YOU'LL BE SURPRISED}
gown of white chiffon, trimmed with Washington life entitled "The of ladies in Ocala who are very I Other High -

Venetian lace. Mrs. William Lath- Awakening." Besides being interest clever and charming'equestJians and

rep, Mrs. Thomas Davis, Worden, Miss ing, as all generally love stories are, early morning and afternoon horse- At theExtraordinary .
Grade
Priscilla Lee Paine, and Mrs. H. H. it shows much erudition and that its back riding parties are now almost Whiskey, .

-, : Harvey, acted as chaperones.-Wilkes- author is familiar with the languagesand daily events and no more enjoyable il i i ,

barre (Pa.) Re\iew. all phases of life. port can be imagined: l! a" Uttaxpsstsi Visitor. .
Miss Anthony's parents were mar- We read the book-with much pleas ; I IExceUence I
hy ba aa old friend or aBa i. .
lied here and her mother is a nativeof ure and pronounce "The Awakening," Mr. Holder Buys Elegant Home in j

.., : 'Ocala and still has many friends 'most criditable production. Ocala. n'3\V. b'lihl'3H acga3int3nce. .
ready for him with a
here who will read with pleasure ofher -- .
case of assarted wh'akiaa,
,. daughter's. brilliant debut. Literary Contest Under Auspices of Mr. Edward Holder, .of Dunnellon, r .
rye barboa Scotch, Irish;
,buss Anthony's grandfather, Cap1v t Daughters of the Confederacy. one of the largest phosphate .. .'
opera.j brandies wines .
etc. We ,
...J. Tucker of Fort Pierce has bee Mrs. W. W. Carroll, of Monticello, tors in Florid, purchased \\'
e will
put you up a dozen orS .
-r. favorably spoken of as a candidate tOY state historian of the Florida'divisionof the beautiful Zewadski residence on ;
Of the
j program presented _at more quart bottles to mset ( -
r governor .of Florida. the United Daughters of the Confederacy Fort King avenue -ia this city and I err .
just such andyou'll '
emergencies
in accordance with the recommendation -, will take possession of his new home ( e) f .4 'A'!JX

Miss Anderson! Entertains Curd Club. of the National Histori on the first of April A not "go broka" 4 J .
either, paying for the '
OCLAi good
-Committee, announces a literary This is one of "the most bedutifuT -
F F.u'-t Friday's Daily. content as follows: residences in Ocala and wag formerly : U} goods'"we supply... ? / r v S

Yesterday afternoon Miss Mary Anderson 1. One Essay Is The Clansman of owned by Mr. E. Ur| Buffum when i i; .
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M entertained the jouag ladies Historical Value? J the Buffum Loan and Trust company I JAN 30 e .

card club in a very pleasant way. Her 2. Two Poems-The Bestowal of the was doing such a prosperous: businessin MONDAY I o .

guest were the members of the club, Cross; The Bloody Angle (at Spottsjl- this county. It is located on one I

her sister. Mrs. Clifford Anderson'and vania.) of our principal residence avenues I Afternoon & I OC0LA HOUSE WINE ROOMS I .

three visiting girls :Miss Ella Fisher 3. Two Dramatic SketchesGordon's and is in a most desirable location, Night '

o'f Stumokin, Pa; Edith Patch, of live Wounds; The Burning of and In its architecture, finishings and Q.00 G.eG =eGoeCG s.....,

Boston, Mass.; ; and Millie Nurney, of the Judah. and the First Blood Spilled adornments is one of the finest build- I

Suffolk Va. There were four tables on Florida Soil. ings in the city. _

of progressive whist and the games I. Two Songs-The First Daughterof I Before taking possession of this I

were exceedingly interesting and the Confederacy; To the West Flor- property Mr. Holder will make many I PARIS '

&F' closely contested. The prize for thji, i jida Cadets Who Helped to-Save Tal- changes, alterations and imProvements :I SUIT, CLOAK AND SKIRTMANUFACTURING .r.,-_'.._.- '.':':. .

highest number of points, an exquKJ J J lahassee. and when completed it will be J CO., .. :;:1...>.....:. ';;:. <. .7; .r. : -'_ c e
ite de chene 1285 Fifth Ave. t ;::-. ', .{ '"" '. : ." .
pink crepe scarf was won < 5. Short. Story-Based on any his- an exceedingly elegant home. I h ;,. .';f';

by Miss Sue Barco and the game prize i j torical event not mentioned above, and Mr. Holder has large business, interests : : \
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a silver bon bon spoon was won by j I that happened in Florida during the I 1 In the state and his coming to \ : l.

t Mrs. E. C. Welsh. war. Ocala shows that he has faith ..In the L! 20>> 1

After the games a delightful supper 6. These to be entirely original pro- future of the city and j\e will be a I :" .

was served in the dining room. There ductions. of members of Chapters on factor in its progress and d.evelop- i '. : >', ;, : 5.;.<5' ; : : <, "
were seventeen seated -at the table, ly. ment ; :
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which looked exceedingly lovely in Its 7. These original productions to be Mr. and. Mrs. Holder_ are very popu- I I (l) l 4A J A. ..t.e, ,., : .

decorations of feathery smilax and a sent to Mrs. W. W. Carroll, Monticello lar in society circles and their num- ; ,

large vase of beautiful pink carnations Florida where they will be passed erous friends are greatly delightec I \ T ',

in the center. The menu included upon by three competent judges to be that after an absence of several years i CO s:. (l It .0. ..0..., : : -. ',. _.: -:,. ., ., .
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: ; salad, sandwiches, olives "salt selected later. I they are to return to Ocala to reside i i :' : : '. ,

ed almonds, cake and cieam. 8. To be sent In 'imhput fail on and they will be accorded a very '

Next week Miss' Baico will enter- or before April 1, 1906. cordial welcome by .our citizens. f I fl' MX JkV..J.A.. JL&Ju..gJrJC ,okc.L..1' tL. J

_ tain the club at the home of Mrs. W. 9. The best article upon each of The only thing that we regret In i I T .' b .J'" 41 .

,JI Powers. the above subjects to be read recitedor this connection is that Ocala will*lose t I f S .

sung at the state convention in Or- Mr. Zewadski and his interesting fam- I tL..o..to. \ .J-IG.ti.Nl.h. 't. ..o..t'12 5
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McLin left on lando in May on the evening knownas ily. f 1J

Friday for Ocala, where Mr. McLin the Historical evening, either by For some time past ,.Mr.' Zewadski

has gone into business with S. A.Rawls the author or' by some person designated j has been in poor health and his phy- il .1t.. .. .." J ..oJ: 50 .. to. ....... tlx cUiLaJLxju .. ;ii :
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s .. & Co., of the Florida Naval by her. j sicians have advised him to seek a if

k 'Stores Co.Ir, and Mrs. McLin havea 10. The president of each chapteris colder climate, and acting upon this I t

large circle of warm friends here urged to see that each subject is advice be.will leave Ocala about : a: ....... Vie 11Li: ..:... ..o..t :

.who regret their departure but hope represented by contestant from her the first of June for Springfield Ill, l '
they will be happy in their new home. chapter.. where he expects to make his home. i > >( .' -

Tallahassee Capital. Mr. Zewadski and, his family have '!1 < .:A..l..u. t.U... CjJULjN. ,' < -. .../ .;,.

Band of Mercy.A been identified with the business sot t 0 ; .' .. \ .
Here it is past the middle of January \ ,.
cial and .
religious circles for j ;:
many .
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the banana leaves, the most .. '
and
gathering of the "Band" will b< years, and their friends will > ::1.
part with -'
tender in the vegetable kingdom, are held early in February, when those them with ,.. '. 1 '... :' .. _, J ',:.
very great reluctance .
still green and tomatoes .are ripening members, who have competed for the -- i. ... :: '::'s} .-.i <'::3 i }.'::; _: .. :'
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In the open fields. Florida is cer- prizes for the best essay on "Kind- Mr. and Mrs. IL A. Burford have .:.. :'>' .",'.'.psi. :_,- :. '..:' ,:Y': ,.+': ',.1"r.'S' ," ,<' r : .At. Je ;' '< .
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tainly holding out her: best bib- and I ness" will receive their awards. No fine new horse which they purchased a'! ] : : l.i. l.- ; :' "'_.' : :' ..: : .. \ ", .

I -e tucker this year to her tourists andj'her'citizens. I|I I essay can be received after Febru- from Mr. J. J. Tipton. This is ; . '' <. ,.
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'.. GENERAL LEE'S BIRTH- Capt. Inglis Presented with a Silver SUIT STILL ON TRIAL The Marion Farms Buys the J. R.

DAY IS CELEBRATED. Service. I tin Stable

Testimony Continues in Case of Mrs. -

Daughters of the Confederacy Give Most of the readers of this paper I II Hooper vs Coast Line.In The Marion Farms, under the

Does Silver Tea and Reception.In I are aware that Captain John L. Ing- tion of Mr. Samuel A. naw",.

I your baking powder circuit court the suit of Mrs. branching out in all direetioat
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lis, president of the Dunnellon Phos-
honor of the birthday anniversaryof Ella F. Hooper va the Atlantic. CoastLine is evidence that it to mf&teff ft

! contain alum ? Look General Robert E. Lee, the South's phate. Company and president of the continues to be the case occupy- cess.

upon Port Inglis Terminal compaDY. is The Marion Farm, it wW be
, greatest hero, the Dickison chapter, ing the attention of Judge WalL Yes.
building a city at Port Inglis, at the I membered, is the lessee of the !
the label. Daughters of the Confederacy, gave a terday a number of witnesses were
I Use only a powder mouth of the Witalacoochee river on convicts and many of the

reception and silver tea at the hospit- examined.: Today others will testify convicts and la doing a trig
the Gulf of'Mexico, which Is destined -
able home of Mr. and 'Mrs., Gordon S. In the afternoon or early evening, in naval stores as well as t.armlnc.Ionday

I whose label shows it to be afternoon to play a conspicious part in the it is thought opposing counsel will
Scott, on Fort King avenue Friday it branched out In it 111

I and evening.In I future history of Florida. It, per- present arguments. Mrs. Hooper Is other direction by PUft ling

the afternoon Mrs. Scott was assisted haps, has been observed from an article suing for $12,000-Tampa Tribune. large and growing: livery busiru"*

made with cream of tartar. I in receiving and entertaining by printed in this paper a few days Mrs. Hooper is a citizen of Ocala, J. R. Martin and company bung

i M.rs. Charles Rheinauer, Mrs. E. P. ago that the shipments of phosphatefrom and is the wife of Mr. Jr S. Hooper. real estate and personal prr\\t n>

Moody, Mrs. W. S. Bullock, Mrs. E. L. the harbor at Port Inglis are well as the business.

i NOTE, Safety lies in buying Carney, Mrs. Fannie R. Gary and quitea larger than from any other point in Miss Emily Ford Gives Dinner Party Mr. Martin will have charge "f

number of the other members... of the United States. the stables and the stock ,
only the Royal Baking Powder I. From Friday's Daily.
the chapter. The company of which Capt. Inglis' of the farms.
v
! ., which is the best of The entire lower floor of this beautiful is at the head has just completed the Last night :Miss Emily Ford was The farms proper will be run (

cream tartar I the hostess at a very delightful din-
home was thrown open to the largest chemical works in the south.In cipally foe the purppsp'af raising

T baking powder that can be had guests and all during. the afternoon addition to his other enterprises ner party, which she gave in honor of proved stock cattle horses and s

her brother, :Mr. George Ford who
and evening large numbers were pres- Capt. Inglis has recently had con- i' and to grow feed stuffs for the u

..L ent. Mrs. Scott is a very happy hos- structed at Boston a beautiful $30,000 leaves next week for Alabama, and the same and for the use lit

I. and her assistants aff- :Miss Millie Nurney. of Suffolk, Va.. stables.It .
tess were very yacht, which has just arrived at Port

:, 1 able, cordial and charming. The din- Inglis. who visiting her sister, Mrs. Jack is expected that the Marion }'

ing room was very beautifully decor- J Capt. Inglis was in Ocala Friday and Camp in this city. will develop into a great industry

I ated In red and white bunting, bam- his friends here took the occasion to The table was beautiful in its appointments I will become as noted as the .

5 SARA ELIZABETH Local Editor.HARRIS, I Miami's palatial new hotel l, Halcyon boo and on the mantel were quantitiesof present him with an elegant five piece ... of cut glass and silver and stock farms of Lexington, Ky.

Hall, is now open to the public.Mr. scattered over the snowy white cloth
the table
On
t red roses.< serving silver service, gold lined and with his ,
I of beautiful red carnations, were sprays of lovely ferns. In the Friday .
was a vase name on every piece for his new was a statutory legal
: ip flf\UiGS ABOUT TOWN.Mr. P. "Lester returned home on center of the table was a beautifully
and Mrs. Herndon, of Washington, D. yacht, the "Tuna." The presentationwas in Florida and was observed

Monday from a business visit'to Jack- C., and Mrs. Red ick, of Chester, S. entirely informal and took placein embroidered red rose piece on which the banking: institutions in the

: O. C. Simmons of Central, paid sonville. / was placed a large bowl of red roses.
and coffee and Mr. W Albert cashier
I C. poured the chocolate the office of Mrr D.. W, Davis.In Redding,
this office a friendly call Fiidaj' the Seated at the table besides the hos-
i the following little girls passed refreshments presenting this beautiful service, secretary of the Florida Bank
Favorite Fertilizer for all crop and tess and the guests of honor were
Gottlieb Trust
all fertilizer material for sale by Lang, to the visitors: Nellie Mr. Davis said: "Capt Inglis: Sev- company of Jacksonville

The Ocala House is having quite a Swartz & Co. x Irma Blake, Lauragene and Flor eral of your sincere friends though} on Mrs., Ford, :Miss Stotesbury, Mr. and that occasion to run down to

number of guests now. Moorehead Sara Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Messrs. G. H. for brief visit
; ence Dozier, Lucy the arrival of your beautiful Yacht, a to his mother
. Mr. Fred Gaskill was up from Cand- Harrison, Donall Ford, John Taylor
, Davis and Elizabeth Newsom. the "Tuna," ,at its point of destinationa to greet his many other friends

,; The Beavers are preparing to give ler Monday and we are glad to know During the afternoon a musical to show their W. D. Taylor, J. H. Workman Stephen -s this, his old home. Capt. C. E.
fitting opportunity
a minstrel in Ocala at an early date. that he is much improved in health. Jewett O. B. Howse Misses
1 and literary program was ren- appreciation of a loyal and true ner, president of the

*-- dered which was very enjoyable.Mrs. Leafy Sylvester. Sarah McCreery, board of trade and one of the
friend, they know to be and r
Mr. Frank*Ross, who represents the as you
Mr. B. E. Raysor returned home I Meta Jewett Sara Harris, Hattie Dye
; handley and her music class popular men in Florida Is now
trust that will'accept this
' from short visit to Georgia Hamilton-Brown Shoe Company, in you ser-
a and Esther Weathers.The .
i Saturday
played a number of selections on the dent of the Florida Bank and
vice of their -true
token
as slight
i this state was in Ocala Monday. a
; I piano and violins. Her violin class its place cards were booklets In Company, of which Mr. Redding
friendship. May acceptance give
i Peach trees and plum trees are In
includes Miss Lillie Bailey, George which were a group of original ques- cashier and secretary. Its first
and Mrs. Clarence and you as much -pleasure, as they enjoyin
I full bloom. It is spring weatherright Mr. Camp
MacKay and Charlie Fishel and they tions, the answers to all of them be- statement shows individual
I Mr. Jack Camp spent several days: Its presentation.
all play excellently well ado also her ing names of the guests present. They of Jl.273,272.22. The friends of
With the service card contain-
was a
I delightfully last week hunting
very correctly'answered In
all and
piano pupils. Daisy Arthur and Cecil were by Redding In this city and coimty
Mr. E. P. Axtel, of Jacksonville, a near Dunnellon. ing the following words:
I for the
j" drawing prizes they were won
to know
Handley. glad that he i
so
"Presented John L. whois
former Ocala citizen was in Ocala on to Inglis,
Mrs Sanders Miss Sara Davis and by Miss Nurney and Miss Jewett. connected with such
a
splendid
held in for his
Saturday.The It was the kind of rain Monday afternoon sincere appreciation,
After the dinner, an auction sale of
I Miss Elizabeth Newsom played piano to his friends those who cial concern.
I ---- that Noah witnessed. Forty loyalty by
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\ the "effects of Mr. George Ford, creat-
ofJacksonville's
selections and Mrs. E. II. Mote,
Commercial bank is sending out days and forty nights of It and Pake's\ one know him best.
talented and ed lots of fun and enjoyment The
. pretty calendars to their friends and peak would be submerged. most prom- The following gentlemen all staunch TO REMOVE
of guests were provided, with bags of Hotel"J
who is
inent musicians, the guest '
i customers. -- and loyal friends of Captain Inglis
William money. Mr. Woodrow acted as auctioneer FRECKLE and PIMPLES.
her sister. Mrs. Rocker sang
The famous Buster Brown Blue were the donors of this magnificent
and Mr. Jewett as cashier and
Lettuce shipped Friday from ,Oak- Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at two exquisite litle songs. gift INZIOIDAYS, USE
for an hour the bidding ws very spir-
ley, near Winter Garden, brought five the Fair Store. xIrs. Mrs. Gary, the beloved president of Otis T. Green, Louis R. Chazal,
Dickison read ited and enjoyable. ..fMADIIMOLA
the
chapter a poem en-
dollars per crate. George MacKay, George Dittmer,
After the auction Miss Nurney who
) T. W. Craft and little daughter titled the "Origin of the U. D. C." This James L. Wyche, A. G. Bigelow, D. W. THE COPLEXJON AtTFIEB .x
voice of sweetness
possesses a rare
1 Mr. O. B- Howse is assisting Mr. Lizzie, of Leesburg, who have poem was written by a Kentucky lady Davis Harry B. Clarkson Don E. :Mc-
sang several songs, thus adding'a
! Charles Whiteside during the absenceof been visiting Mr. Cole and family fora but was slightly changed by Mrs. Iver, Robert A. Alfred, Edward Holder -
present musical charm to an occasion that was
1 )lr. R. T. Adams. short while, returned home Saturday Gary to suit the day. Charles G. J. Tullis.In .
altogether delightful
afternoon., "After Appomattox" was splendidly accepting the service Capt. Ing- -

Mr. A. J. McLaughlin, of ,Fairfield read by Mrs. J. H. Livingston, Sr. lis was so overcome that he could -
Pleasant Dance at the Armory.The .
was in Ocala Friday and was registered Mr. Robert Parrish, of this city received A handsome picture of General Lee hardly find words to express his great kt1y

at the Ocala House. over the Atlantic Coast Line occupied an important place in the appreciation and gratification. It was
first of the regular Friday nigh
1 Saturday a very fine PolandChinahog dining room. This picture was pre- an occasion in which actions spoke ,
dances that will be given by the young
Mrs. John Mathews came up fro" and pig. These animals attracted sented to the Daughters by Mrs. FrankA. louder than words and the Captain's
gentlemen of the society crowd took
I Candler Friday at noon and returned considerable attention at the station. Teague and is a gift of which they visible effectation showed that no _
I place last week ..andas: aery
train. are all very proud And which they
i home on the afternoon comment was necessary to express his.
one.
pleasant
\.' Mrs. All'nenderson, of Dunnellon. greatly appreciate.This I feelings. \ '
Music for the dancing was furnished : -
j" Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Mead, of. West formerly Miss Allyne Edwards, of pleasant reception was contin- Capt. Inglis, though a native of by Miss Annie Mathews, Messrs.

t f'' Acton, Mass., are prominent arrivals this city spent Saturday in Ocala ued in the evening and from the be- Scotland, has been a citizen of Flor-
Hoffman and Frank :Mathews and a
!; at the Glenwood LoteL with her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ginning to the close it was a very delightful ida for more than fifty years and was
, program dance of sixteen numbers was
' White. event. an important business factor in the
enjoyed. The weather was more like
| Mrs., M. E. Fox and son, have returned In the enninglrs.. Scott was assisted cities of St. Marks and Newport on THE NADINOIA GIRL
June than January nights but in spite
to Ocala from a visit to relatives The famous Buster Brown Blue in receiving at the door by Mrs. the of Mexico almost
.f.j gulf now unknown -
of the heat the had
people avery
young Formerly Advertised and sold
'1- at Fruitland 'Park. Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at Gary and Mrs. Rheinauer while in the to the present generation. He jolly time. NADINOLANo aa. .

the Fair Store. x other rooms Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, change in formula or package. The
became such enthusiastic lover of
an only has been to avoid fusion
changed ,
Those present were Misses Sue Barco coo
f Mr. R. E. Yonge. sn, of this city, Mrs. Albert Gerig Mrs. N. L Gott- the south that although not compulsory cannot fiord to have so valuable _
of the Mystic Mr. Claude Nelson, of Jacksonvillea Mattie and Carrie Williams! An- confuted with any other.
meeting
' attended the lieb, Mrs. Frank Harris, Mrs. C. R.
his he AI> and
INOLA
foreign
on part (as was a V i$guaranteed, money
Shriners in Jacksonville Friday night brother of Mrs. :\[. C. Looney, oi Tydings, and Mrs.* D. E. Mclver received nie Davis, Valeta Potter, Sara Harris, JA: refunded in every case where it ails
subject he shouldered musket and
t has decided to remain in ) a Emily Ford, Grace Hatchell, Pauline move freckles, pimple*. liver spots
this city, and entertained the ladies and valuable aid to the Confederacy colorauotns, allownegs. sun tan, black
gave
Louis Lang's mule Is having as much Ocala permanently and has accepteda Sullivan, Millie Nurhey, Mary Anderson disfiguraing ernptwns. etc The worst
_.. gentlemen.Mrs. during the whole course of the civil twenty days. Iesvesthe skin clear, coil,
Ethel Robinson and Annie At-
fun as a circus He is not satisfier position with the Marion Hardware W. IL Powers and Mrs. E. T. He is lovable and restores the beauty of youth.
war. a grandly, man Price wand II Sold in each
kinson. Messrs. C. H. Lloyd, Harvey oo. city
.,:. with less than two runaways a day Company.Capt. Helvenston, two of the season's popu- and makes strong friends of all with leading druggists,or by mail. '
Clark A. J. McLaughlin, Stephen Prepared only byNATIONAL
lar brides, occupied the seats of hon-
whom he comes in contact and on no
large John{ L. Inglis of Port Inglis, Jewett O. B. Howse, T. H. Harris
Mr. X. W. Ulmer, of Largo, a
or at the table and assisting them in occasion of his life was he more over- TOILET
operator ansl who has ahost Messrs. A. G. Bigelow, of Rockwell, Osca and Guy Zewadski J. H. Tay-
,. turpentine serving were a coterie of charming come or showed stronger appreciationthan Paris,
l of friends in this section, was a and Edward\ Holder of Dunnelon, lor, W. D. Taylor James Taylor.
young ladies. when this token of affection was Sold In Ocala by leading drug
visitor to Ocala Saturday. were in Ocala Friday and ware guestsat Hampton Chambers, John Pelot E. J.
I The special feature In the evening presented to him.
the Ocala House. Crook; J. IL Workmna and John Sullivan ,
has the bagpipe music and the Scotch
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t Mrs. A. J. Leavengood and Mrs. J. song and dances by Mr. Peter McIntosh Mr. and Mrs. Clark Return Home.

I I\ W. Perry and daughter went up to Dr. and Mrs. W. R. O. Veal of Cot- and his talented young sons. 8 BOILERS( AND (H IN(

te spend a few days ton Plant were in Ocala Friday, returning K. of P. Flourishing.
, Sparr Saturday The Daughters' reception was a most Mr. and Mrs, Benjamin Howard
I i home from Jacksonville, i
, with relatives.Mrs. memorable and delightful event In every Clark, who were married at Mexia, ii i
where Dr. Veal went to attend the The Dunnellon lodge Knights of.
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\ way. A. large silver offering was i Texas, on the evening of January the AGENTS FOR
is in fluorishing conditionand
resides a meeting of the grand lodge. Pythias a
W D. Watson, who received and will be added to the fund :
eleventh, arrived in Ocala Friday afternoon is doing good work. ERIE CITY IRON
is visiting I
few miles in the country, for the Confederate monument that the Atlantic Coast Line.A .
; for few lion. James M. Barco, a distinguished I over At the regular meeting, Wednes-
Mrs. John Clary in this city, a
l the Daughters hope at an early dateto telegram received an hour or so
and Ocata of affairs,
financier man day night :Messrs. Clarence Chitty

i> days. Is prospecting In Tampa while the, erect in Ocala before the train came in announcedthat and John Perry were Initiated to the

" B. B. pJt-co, the they would arrive so a crowd of
out to guest of his brother, first degree. Mr. Snow was given
went
Miss Ernestine Brooks The Meeting of the Rebekahs.On .
TJltune. the ladies and gentlemen ALSO
young assembled |1-
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Plant
: Cotton at the depot to meet and
the third.
were given
with her parents, Thursday evening of last week
Sunday
, main over
A negro boy not over, ten years of I greet the bride and groom. As they The lodge is endeavoring to securea
{s Mr. and Mrs. John Brooks. the Ocala lodge of Rebekahs; helda HEAIERSANoPOMPSCOMPLETE( (
from the train simply
; stepped they were
by the mar-
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I shal for having stolen fourteen chick- evry deluged with rice and for a whileit building of their own.-Dunnellon Ad-
I The banks of Ocala were closed which time the officers for I -
I ens. The marshal became Interestedin looked as though a snow and hail vocate.
Friday on account of the birthday of the coming year were Installed. The I STEAM
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talking about matter to some storm had struck the station.Mr.
General Robert E. Lee, which is a officers are as follows: Mrs. C. L.
bystanders and the boy made his escape and Mrs. Clark bore this trying A Grim Trabedy.Is .
legal holiday In the south. Bittenger, N. G.; Mrs. Sanders, V. daily enacted in thousands of Write for Estimates and
and before he could be captured ordeal with the utmost composure and special CataloguesTHE -
G.; Mrs. T. J. Owen Secretary, :Mrs. hemes, as Death claims, in each one, .
i' again had stolen seven more chickens, good nature. another victim of Consumption, or ,
Valmore Irlar came 1 o. from Jake Brown, treasurer.Mrs. -
or so we are told by one of our citi- Mrs. Clark, who was Miss Lillian Pneumonia. But when Coughs and
Sutherland Friday where Jj nas been Clara Alberty of Hutsonville Colds are properly treated the tragedyis
I zens. So it seems that others besides Bonner is qulta a charming young averted. F. G. Huntley. of Oaklan-
sick
attending school. He igpn the Illinois who is visiting relatives In
bur county officials are fond of chicken. I woman and was very attractive in her don Ind.. writes: "My:: wife had the
home to recuperate this city Is an enthusiastic Rebekah. doctors..
list and came consumption and three gave
with which she
suit of ,
travelling
| ..._ .. She was Introduced to the Ocala lodge' green her up. Finally she took Dr. King's :=
CAMERON! ( N & [
wore a green silk blouse, green hat New Discovery for Consumption, BIRKlY
Daugherty, of Lexington and made them a most pleasing and
Dr. and Mrs. Stomach Troubles and Constipation I and gloves and she Is being warmly Ceughs and Colds, which cured her, -

- K)',. are in Ocala for the balance "Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver felicitious speech. Her talk was welcomed to Ocala by the many friends and today she is well and strong." It Charle I I i t f
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troubles and constipation I have ever of her husband. who is one of our I dee relieves. Guaranteed at 50c and

Savoy hotel.Two sold." says J. R. Cullman. a druggistof a rising vote of thanks.It most popular young business men. I $1.00 by Tydings & Co.. druggists.
r Potterville. Mich. They are easy to Trial bottle free. m
and Mrs. Clark staying for
Mr.
satisfaction. I are
women, living a few take and always give behoves you to use the best fertil- F. 6. HOFFMAN
young tell my customers to try them and if the present with the former's parents The famous Buster Brown Blue. _
Favorite Fertil-
to izers on your crops.
wood
miles south o'f Ocala haul back and set
not satisfactory to come had izers are honestly made, and will give Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Clark, where Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at Florida Representative, Ocala,
Ocala and vend U on the streets. They their money, but have never a the best results. Lang Swarts & Co.,
Phone 200
Savoy
complaint. For sale by all druggists they are at home to their;,friends. the Fair Store" x I '
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THE OCALA BANNER I
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THE JEWS THE VATICAN. Ii
As we journey to the grave it becomes necessary to crack an. alfeged i

FRANK HARRIS, Editor.P. ... fact of history where it may do the most good.;. The following is 'reproduced i i

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V. Leavengood, ,Business Manager. from the Washington Star: I!
On last Sunday this paper printed an article entitled, "Justice far ,
E Rowena Peyton, aged seventy-six, whose cry of "Matchesl" Chas been :,
the Jew"This ..
heard in Atlanta every day for years, and ,who, is now dying of pneumonia,

iy r< _article contained a quotation from a Jewish writer in the has documents to prove that she was once the dancing partner of the present :, "
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American Israelite saying, among other things, that during the whole King Edward of England. Miss Peyton was the daughter of Purse Peyton, '

continuation of the brutal massacres of the Jews in Russia Rome and dwelt in a stately mansion near Marianna, Fla. She was one of the

belles at a great ball given in honor of the Prince of Wales in New York at fF'lli -
had not spoken; although. these things were done in the name of
: the time of his visit to this country. The Prince asked whom she was., Miss i, l 1 A
Christianity, yet Rome, at the head of the Christian world, had lookedon 4
i Peyton, daughter of United States Senator,_'Peyton, of Florida, he was told. i iI -IJ.; f1 w.-;
with sealed _
lips. I "1 wish to dance with her," he said, and he did. The war swept away the Pey- j! 'r /,
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We are told! by a friend and a reader that this writer is sadly mis- t ton fortune and the! two girls, Rowena and Rhoda, came to Atlanta. Rhoda j 7: _.-. -..-.-,- -! .

taken in this matter and to the article died last week. I
we are requested print following f '
t\ ;;/W:1: : t-
No citizen of the name of Peyton ever represented Florida in the Senate. 't- ', i
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from Harpers Weekly, which will show that Rome, has spoken, and .S I s : '
Having examined the calendar it is discovered that no such person represented I ." :/, : '
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will correct the' impression the publication of the, extract referred to' "I :. .-""' -
either Georgia or Alabama, and as our investigation does not extend ,: :-
Motto: The Banner believing thosa I ;<;. -
is calculated ,
readers.
to produce on our reflect the dearth of information -- .... -===
I ;beyond those States it is only necessary to upon ==,----
to -
the top well able take of .
ft care ; ; ,
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themselves, has taken its stand in the We reproduce the article from Harper's Weekly cheerfully. which some metropolitan writers possess. Coming from the national ;--i' ./'."::";I't _-.f,- ,--0-

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barricades with the common people It is as follows: capital it is all the more pronounced, for they at leaast have the facilities for ,.' .r9t"r.'V ., :

and its fight will be made for the bet To those who recall how, during the centuries when the Jews were arriving at facts, which are woefully lacking in this case. At the time of the :)---r ". .: p :. : -:.:...;

terment of those at the bottom. visit of the Prince of Wales to this country in 1860, Florida was representedat .-.-Ji L '. =-
the victims of dreadful persecutions at the hands of the Inquisitions 1/' .1--: '
Washington by Senators Mallory and Yulee. As for the unfortunate woman, .-r \\A. ;g.. -

FRIDAY, JANUARY' 26, 1906. throughout the Spanish Dominions, they dwelt in safety under the we regret that the triumphs of her youth could not have journeyed with her f"'h: :(.. ..
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shadow of the Vatican, there is nothing surprising in the tenor of through life.-Leesburg Commercial.What .

Last Saturday was the hottest January the encyclical addressed the other day by Pius X. to the Bishops of the Commercial l says is true. Yet before the date mentioned thereis ( above p-ture, of the

day in St. Louis for 33 years. Russian Poland. In that document the Pope denounces as unworthyof a sad.and pathetic story, and unfortunately a true story, told about the his- !U-1IIE I n and fish Is the trade

tory of the daughter of a Florida United States Senator. L.ti Ott'SEinulsion
a civilized people the massacres of Jews which have taken place in ,
Tom Lawson is glum and impatient. Her beauty and accomplishments are said to have been far above her and is the synonym for
Southwestern Russia and reminds his Polish coreligionists that such
ait Vesuvius is in eruption again. compeers. She was the reigning belle in the town in which she lived. Like strength and purity. It is soldin

outrages are condemned and regarded with abhorrence by* the law of hundreds of others of the, purer and gentler sex, her love and confidence were almost nil the civilized coun-

Russia is well off in one respect. the gospel, which prescribes love for all mankind without racial, dis- betrayed, and the father, in humiliation and disgrace, in the night time, fled tries of the Jdohe.

She doesn't have to borrow trouble. crimination. The truth is that the Spanish Inquisition was an engineof with his daughter to parts unknowntrelinquishing his ambitions as a social
If the cod fi-h became extinctit
and leader which indeed, and it is said that neither he
political were great
despotism rather than of bigotry, and that the expulsion of Jews would world-wide calamity
)Ir. F. M., Long who has large interests nor his daughter were ever heard of more-until the grave covered up their be a '
from countries at time when the whole of Central and West-
r at Holder. declines, legislative many a sorrows.It. lxeaiise the oil that comes

honors. ern Europe was Catholic was prompted by racial I and predatory motives -, is claimed that his erudition and memory were so great that he was from its liver surpasses all other

'-' L rather than by theological rancor. Of all the forms of Chris- consulted by Clay, Webster and Calhoun, and was called the encyclopedia of fats in nourishing and life-giving

Senator Depew says he is a sad and tianity, it is only the Greek Church, which in Russia is the State the United States Senate. properties. Thirty years ago

solemn man and he is no longer a He was beyond all doubt the mostremarkable, character that ever figuredin the proprietors of Scott's Emulsion !-
humorist. Church, that shows itself an implacable enemy of Judaism. How, then, _
t the history or politics of Florida.
does it happen, it may be asked, that there are nearly as many Jewsin found a way of preparing
x The abandoned wife and mother devoted the remainder of her life to cod liver oil that
Mr. Thomas Hoopes of West Chester the Russian world ? so everyone can
Empire as in all the rest of the put together small
and deeds and this
works of benevolence good as a boy writer remembersher
Pay is in the city and- is at the concert tnkeit and got the full value of
We that almost all the Jewish of the Czar
answer subjects are piety and her prayers in public made a deep impression upon him.
Ocala House the oil without the objectionable
trated in the region which used to be known as Poland and Lithuania, One of her sons was killed in battle at the beginning of the civil war
r rI taste. Scott's Emulsion is the
and at the time when their fcrefathers found there the independent and another rose to high political distinction in this state.
a refuge -
That was a witty saying of the
I l list thing in the world for weak,
Chicago News that a whiskey blossom kingdom of Poland, with which the Grand Duchy of Lith-, I
-- backward: children, thin, delicate ..
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is often on a 'bum.f uania had been fused, was Catholic as, indeed, a majority of the APPLEYARD ON THE WAR PATH., one not to be ashamed of. We ask people, and nIl conditions of

lIre and Mrs. T. T, Munfoe have Christian inhabitants are today. pardon of our readers for taking up wasting and lost strength."

christened their beautiful new home on From the view-point of the relations of Jews to the various non He Thinks That an Editor is Almostas this space with persona references. Send for tree s&mpTe,
Respectable asa Judge. i
South Second street The Gables." Judaic religions of the world, it is interesting to note some of the figures In early life we attended Sunday
r SCOTT & BOWNE, CHEMISTS
compiled by Dr. Isadore Singer, managing editor of The Jewish school and one of the passages of
The lIon. II. B. Palmer a member I 4C9-415 PEARL 8THKKT, SEW TOSS
It seems like Father Time will be Encyclopedia, and published in the December number of The North of the board of bond trustees took I i Scripture that always struck us forc-
the executioner of Patrick before the ibly was Matthew, 1-5, as follows 5 c. and$1.00. An druggists.
:
American Review. Dr. Singers estimate, based on what he deems the occasion Friday afternoon last, in a
stare or'New York. I 1. Judge not that ye be not judged.
most trustworthy source of information, places the total number .of session of that board to "lambast"the f
2. Fur
\ with what judgment
editor of the Index In his usual ye
Mr.,,Jack London, the famous wes- Jews at the present day at 11118224. By enumeration made by Russian .. judge, :ye shall be judged; and with John Sharp Williams Definition of a
-words-and
dian hoea- constipa-
t tern author, and his wife and Japanese officials in 1879 there were 5,189,401 Hebrews in the so-called Pale of what measure ye mete it will be measured True Democrat.The .
tion-of-Ideas' style; and demandedto .
maid are visiting at Seabreeze Settlement which of former of Poland.In to you again. 'following definition of
comprises a part the kingdom know who this man was that daredto a true

Fla. 1900 Austria-Hungary had 2,076,277, largely massed in Galicia; Ger- come among us and criticise us-. 3. And why beholdest thou the democrat is by John Sharp Williams

"William R\ Hearst was attacked bya many in 1901 had 586,943, a large proportion of whom were in Posen; "who is he, anyhow?' mofe that is in thy brother's eye but minority leader in the lower house of
considerest not the beam
that is in
tiger in Mexico. In New York Roumania in '99 was credited with 269,015 Great Britain in 1901 with \YeU,'we are going to tell him. We thine ? congress. It occurs in a letter written
own
are going in the pedigree business eye last summer to Congressman Lamar.
Hearst
attacked the tiger. Tit for tat 250,000; European Turkey, including, of course, Constantinople, with 4. Or how wilt thou say to thy
Is not so bad. right. We are going to devote the "A true democrat is neither a conservative
Holland in 1899 had and France The brother Let me pull out the mote
188,196; 103,938, 86,885. remain- first chapter (this week) to ourseN out nor a radical. He is both.

Two Chimpanzees were married out ing European countries had, collectively, a Jewish population of about ves; and next week to the gentlemanwho of thine eye; and; behold a beam is He is conservative when it comes to
in thine ?
own
in an Illinois town. The local paper 130,000. The Jewish population of the United States is computed by makes such inquiry. And in doing eye serving, or preserving or saving right

said the "bride was beautiful and accomplished Dr. Singer at 1,500,000 in round numbers at least half of whom are I this we beg to say that we left the I 5. Thou hypocrite, first cast out the and democratis and American things.He .
beam
out of
thins
and then
." place of our nativity in open daylight own eye; is radical when it comes to tearingup
residents of the City of New Ycrk. The rest of the American Continent shalt thou see clearly to cast out the
our friends and associates knew wherewe roots by the radical abuses. lIe is
contains In Asia there about 380,000 Jews and mote out of thy brother's
some 74000. are 360,000in eye.
.
didn't leave democratic
The Mississippi legislature has dispensed were going, and we simply always and meets

with the services of a chaplain Africa. Jews ere permitted to live everywhere except in that large anything behind us nor commit any Our next installment (Chapter II) each question upon its merits froma
will deal with the other
I manfirstwith
and every, member must do his part of European Russia which lies outside the Pale of settlement; act that we were ashamed' I democratic standpoint and solves Itwith
matters in North
Carolina and
own praying. that part in other words, within which the Greek Church is dominant. The writer was born at mChnond/: / plain common sense. Common
coming down to later date-s.-T. J.
Va.. in 1850; attended sence frequently suggests that a cause
Turning from the political position to the economic status of Jews, Appleyard, in Lake City Index. t
Tom Watson wants to break up the schools of that city, and at ten yearsof can be carried to success by going
Dr. Singer points out that whereas 4.16 per cent of the total Jewish
j wants to break up the solid south. t age went into the printing office of slow. Common cense frequently also

Conondrum: What's 'the difference population of the globe are treated, officially at least by their respec- George 'V. Gray. At twelve years or ------ -- --- ------- suggests that a battle can be best won

between Tom Watson and the republican tive governments on a footing of equality with their non-Jewish citi- age in 1862, he entered the Confet .rate by an impetuous_ charge. Everything;

party? zens, hardly 10 per cent of them can be classed among yellto.do-30 Navy, on board the school ship depends upon the condition of the

Patrick Henry, and was later in 1S64 HUMOR R C COVEREDHEADANDSCALPBothered ground the situation of the enemy and
per cent, have to be counted among the dependent poor. This is truein
Says the Billville Banner: "Just to transferred to the ram Virginia as your own forces.
countries largely Catholic, as well as in Russia. Though the
be in style 'our leading 'novelist has poor, messenger boy. He surrendered at "There is no such thing in my dic-

attached a gasoline engine to his oxcart Jews are proud, however. In spite of the frequent occurrence among Greensboro, N. C., with the naval t tionary as a conservative democrat.

and Imagines he's in an automo them of extreme poverty, Jews do not figure on Gentila pauper lists. forces that had retreated from Rich- [ A D There is no such thing in my diction-

bUe., '. I I Alike in the Pale of settlement, in Austria-Hungary, Germany and the mond, and who were commanded by ery as a tadtcal.demoeraL There is '

Admiral Raphael Semmes. As to just one thing democrat. Too
a
f United States, the well-to-do Hebrews care for their nsedy brethren -11-
The Jacksonville Sun has a page a a'I. this he refers to Judge A. O. Wrightof I I many men who call themselves <'onservative '

write-up of the Jacksonville Pure _..__._...---=. .....".--=----,.......... I JI _----=..tIf Jacksonville Asst. Engineer, Benj. i With Itching for a Long I I democrats are really at

Food. ,- and Industrial Exposition. Among --- -_-::---____ ---- -- -- -. Herring Tallahassee; Lieutenant Lit- Time Found No Relief Until heart republicans. Too many men
-- --- -
other things it calls it the'"Pure Fake : --I in of the Confed-
Ii tlepage. now charge who call themselves radical democratsare
i Mr. Egbert Van Alstyne and wife Cuticura
Show," the "Pure Fool Show" and theY left to the vote of Florida Colonel I are spending some time at St Augus- erate archives at Washington.After Was Used Kentucky really at' heart popuiists or socialists

"Poor Food Show. J. II. Estill will be elected gov- ,I tine. Mr. Van Alstyne is the. composer the war he' returned to his Lady Now Completely Well as the case may be-the two

ernor of Georgia'almost unanimously. trade and finished his apprenticeship things being. by the
of Navajo, Bedelia Under the -. way, by no
The .newspapers .of Florida are now serving one year in the editorial means the same thing.
Shade of
the Old Apple Tree and many
making great efforts to attract immi- other popular ballads. sanctum of Henry Rives Pollard, edi- WISHES SUCCESS TO "A party cannot win ultimate suc-

gration to the state. Florida has The board of aldermen ought not to tor of the Southern Opinion and cess by having its differences empha-

everything else in abundance but pop- stop at giving Herbert Anderson one Mrs Butler, better known as Annie the brainest editor the south ever pro- CUTICURA REMEDIES sized. There are always differences

ulation. Come help us develop our re: office. If he does what he promises he duced.In j of course. The way to win ultimate
Oakley obtained a judgment of $2,000 -f-
sources and share our prosperity.In ought at least to have two. from the Jacksonville Metropolis in 1871 he visited his father in Columbus I i success is to minimize differences as

Ga., and was induced to takea "After using Cuticura Soap, Oint- far '
as possible without sacrifice of
Saturday her damage suit. This is one of the
ment and
I
Pills
family am glad to
a night Herbert Anderson will be elected position on the Sun connected very say
r" best shots that this crack, shot of the with I am entirely relieved of that itching fundamental principles and to em-
near Orlando. Noah Bird shot and animal impounder without a dissent- J! world ever made. which was Maj. Sidney Herbert, now humor of the head and scalp I which I phasize agreed purposes

killed his brother-in-law: Josh Mizell, ing voice. Now there'll be something of Maitland Fla., to whom he refersas was bothered with quite a length of -

at the latter's own home Both par- doing I well as Judge W. A. Little of Co- time. I did not use the Cuticura Rem- Florida Prosperity.Hon. .
The recent White House incident '
( edies than three times
more before I
ties have been living in Orange county -
the forcible ejection of Mrs. Morris lumbus. There is also living in Lake began to get better and now I am completely -

all their lives and Mizell belonged The Ocala Banner is wearing its from its sacred precincts, has broughtthe City, a lady whose father, a banker well. I suffered with that humoron Edward Brobson/of the firm of

to a particularly well known family. many years with becoming modestyand Washington Post and WashingtonStar there was this editor's intimate my head, and found no relief until Brobson Fendig & Company, largely

with no indications of' enmty.- friend. Here he marriel and later took the Cuticura Remedies. I think interested in real estate
turpentine
It is the first ,
together. : time that
I used several cakes of
The January issue of the Florida Cuticura Soap,
Tampa Tribune. moved to Selma, Ala., where he went and railway enterprises in
Fruit and Truck Grower is out and it these two famous newspapers ever three boxes of Ointment and two vialsof Florida
recognized each\ other. into partnership with Capt. Richard Pills. I am doing all I can to publish was in the city yesterday, to attend

Is a most excellent edition. It con We are indebted to the Bank of Dun- English of the Times. As to his life the Cuticura Remedies, for they have I the meeting of the Tampa Bay Land

tains 18 pages and has many original nellon the Ocala Manufacturing company done me good and I know they will do
-
While there is some doubt as to there he refers to Capt. W. P. Armstrong Company in which he is a large stockholder.
4 and selected articles worthy of care- the Lumber } others the same. With best wishes for I
McKean
company whether George Washington tossed an and A. R. Parrisb. presidentand Your success." ,Mrs. Mattie Jackson.I I .

ful perusal. and several others for handsome calen- American dollar across the Potomac II cashier of the First National Bank June '12, 190:>. Mortonsvffle, Ky. I :Mr. Brobspn has traveled extensively -
dars. I .
The Governor of Georgia and the there is historic evidence that he respectively. I through the state during the vast ,

Governor of Florida threw an English sovereign across the I' For forty-three years he has been few weeks and says there is general
met in JacksonVille A little son has arrived at the home
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last Atlantic ocean.-Tallahassee Capital. i a resident of Florida, having gone to 12 YEARS' SUFFERINGCured prosperity all over Florida. He docs
Sunday but it is
not recorded of :Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Troxler. The
whether or not they greeted each I I Jacksonville to become mechanical j not anticipate any lull in the activity

other with the gubernatorial salutation little one was born Thursday morning I The late Mr. Charles T. Terkes willed superintendent, of the Times-after : Sound and Well By which has existed in industrial circles

January the eighteenth, and is to the city of New York the two wards the Times-Union. I CUti-1
so proverbial between the Governorsof j cura Soap and Cuticura throughout the state and thinks it U
the fourth
son in the Troxler family.
;. the Carolinas.. splendid palaces he maintained on Fifth During his residence for more than ment at Expense of 750."I just entering upon its best and busiest

avenue and their magnificent, collec- twenttwoears in the state he has period. Mr. Brobston thinks the immediate '
Tom Watson and Hoke Smith, ofGeorgia. had been suffering for twelve I
tion of
paintings statuary rugs and been elected twice, to section
A body of Kentucky women to democratic na- about Tampa has the
are are now cheek by jowl and years with a sore on my limb and had !
: send four missionaries to Japan with it is not known whether Tom will convert bronzes, which he collected during a tional conventions-once by a state physicians give me treatment, and none i brightest future in the south. He is

r the financial proceeds from the sale of Hoke Hoke it period of twenty years. He also left convention at Ocala and again in .a. gave me any relief until I got hold of also a great believer in the completion
or Tom. But as is
eggs laid on Sunday. A handsome sum five million dollars for the foundingof primary last year. the Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and of the Flagfer railroad to Key West
both men are using the same cup I was cured sound and well with "'
a hospital in New one
bas already been thus realized. and saucer. York. For some (fifteen) years the editorof cake of Cuticura Soap and one box: of and says this will make Jacksonville a

the Index has been secretary of the Ointment. I have confidence in Cuticuraand great city and probably locate there

inner A few of the papers In the state are Florida Press Association. I would not take ten dollacs for the biggest
William E. Curtis says that a single The Ocala will celebrate Its and since one sugar refinery in the warld.
beginning to groom their candidates 1887 has been box if I knew that I could not get Mr.
gem discovered in 1905 sets a new fortieth anniversary some time this connected with the any I Brobston is much pleased with his
for the more. D. M. Robertson
election
to be held next falL ,
A
record tofthe world's diamond crop, being year. The Banner is the oldest bus- little early gentlemen-wait state senate-several terms as secre- Sept. 29, 1905. Newton, Miss. investments in Tampa.-Tampa Tri

the largest precious stone knownto ness enterprise In" Ocala, and one till the tary. Complete External and Interoil Treatment for every I bune. '

., history and having a value of $15.- I of the best In the state.-Quincy New tourists are gone and we will have And during the part of this time; ous eoniunng Humor,from oi Cuncurt hinple tu_Scrofula lit 25e.,Ointment from Infancy, ioc,to JktUl-Age. t }
more time to get down to vent,5.fin form of Chocolate Cofttsd fills,sic. Till I
"'000,000.. Era. politics._ critic was .a member of the senate.In of W),mar be had of all drnrrfet: *. Adn glewtoftencurca.per buy your Fertilizer or Fertilizer
: West Palm Beach News. brief this Is l! Porter Drug t'hem.torp6ole Pro.Iotdoo.Mau. materials, of Lang; Swartz & Co.. t
the biography ands _. BcT'iUiledTree.-llowtaCareforSkui.ficalo.suulilaji.. agents for the Sanders
u4"fluw a Cure Turtariu'jrsema: ." Fertilizer Coy
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SARA ELIZABETH I .
HARRIS, Form of the Cards for the Roosevelt MILL AND FACTORY SALE. I INTERESTING SOCIAL EVENT. i'

Local Editor. I I Wedding. DAVID S WOODROW, >; ,

The Mill and Factory Syndicate of Wedding of Dr. Smith and Miss

U lEHIHGS ABOUT TOWN. 1, The invitations for the wedding of New York Will Hold a Sale at Maughs at the Catholic REAL ESTATE- ''

Miss Alice Roosevelt and Mr. Nichols the Variety Store. Church. : f.

Mrs. Carrie Lung is.visiting relatives I Longworth are being epgraved in II I i: Room 12, Post office Block, ,;; _OcalaFIa:. ;

at :Martel. I' More and more advertising is be- 'The weding of Dr. Dan Morgan '' y '
Washington. There will be it is said. I I ZEdUTT PROPERTY' ON PUBLIC SQUARE
,
coming a part of every successful and Smith and Miss Jessie Cecile Maughs
Mr. Derapsy Mayo spent Sunday I 5,000 invitations to the reception. Th
well mercantile establish- was
regulated solemnized yesterday morning at
with friends and relatives in Ocala. Invitation The two story brick house on this property must be removed and it
reads: ment in the United States. St. Philip's Catholic church in this '
will be sold cheap as it stands. The corner lot with 35 feet frontage on
The President and'Irs. Roosevelt All the larger establishments of our city. .
lIon. Newton A. Blitch. state inspector the public square is still unsold.
Request the honor of great cities set aside so much for ad- Despite the bad weather the little V :V
your presence
of
convicts was in the city
Wednesday.Hon. At the wedding reception J of their vertising purposes every year, and it church was filled to overflowing by the ZEBUTT PROPERTY ON MAGNOLIA ST. and NORTH FIRST ST

becomes as much a part of their business friends of this prominent couple.

daughter, as rent, clerk hire Insurance, Messrs. II. A. Daniel and John Sullivan The North west corner lot 29 feet facing Magnolia street and 84 feet
W. L.
Palmer orator and lawyer -
Alice Lee, freight and the purchase of goods.A. acted as ushers and showed the on Xorth First street, facing the Government Public Building site is still
of Orlando, was registered at t *
Ocala House yesterday.lir. and- T. Stewart, who was known as visitors to their"seats. unsold, also the lot immediately south of it 28 feet by 84 feet .

Mr. Nicholas Longworth, the "merchant prince of America" The church had been prettily adorned ,

Ebb' Weathers, -of Cotton- Plant, i Saturday, February seventeenth,' was first to adopt this system, and with lovely lillies and other white OCKLAWAHA AVENUE. .

'I From twelve-thirty to three o'clock, was the first to become a merchant blossoms against a background of
was the
among young'men visitors to In the White House. The lot known as the Philbrick lot on the south side of this avenue
Ocala millionaire. palms and the altar was lighted by
.
on Wednesday.Mr. The cards for the wedding will be John Wanamaker, Seigle, Cooper & many tapers. between the residence of Mrs Austin and :Mr. T. B. Snyder Is far sale.

inclosed to This is a large lot having 140 feet frontage and. being 244 feet deep .and is!
relatives friends and officials
A. D. Mitchell, of Summerfield, Company, Marshal Field, Montgomery At the hour of ten thirty, to the -- ,
well above the level of the street.
was among the visitors from the ; These read simply, "Ceremonyat Ward & Company, Sears Roe- strains of the Lohengrin wedding ,

country In the city Wednesday 12 o'clock." These are small, plair buck & Company, and other well march played by Mrs. T. H. Wallis, "WOODM0H( L0KE{ WEIR '

I cards of the very simplest style. Neither known establishments in various cities the preist Father D. Bottolascio, the '

I Mr. Edwards, of Lakeland, has been I er the ceremony cards nor the invitations of the country, have persistentlyand i groom and his best man, :Mr. Louis I have a small furnished cottage for .rent at this beautiful resort

spending a few days with his sister, to the reception bear the golden consistently followed: the examplesea R. Chazal, stepped to the chancel, Terms on application. ;_ .
eagle so familiar to all who receive by A. T. Stewart, and like him all *
Mrs. S. A. Standley in this city. where they were joined by the bride, i "

--:-- I invitations from the White House. have become multimillionaires.A who entered the church with her bro- SUG0R H0MMOCK( PLANTATION Of .500 ACRES AT MARTIN.

Mr. H. W, Tucker has just completed This crest is for state and official mercantile firm In Atlanta not ther, Mr. George Thayer Maughs. The .

functions only. long broke the advertising record is for rent for this year. This property is suitable for pasture or will
the electric wiring of Judge Bul- ago officiating Driest then united them in

lock's residence on Fort King ,avenue. The invitations will not be sent out by having eight solid pages in the matrimony according to the ritual of subdivide to suit tenants. .

until next week. There will be between Atlanta Journal. the Holy Catholic church, using the 1

Mr. McKenzie one of the young 1200 and 1500 people at least at The Ocala Banner will soon enter ring ceremony.

clerks at the Ocala Furniture store, the reception.For its fortieth year and it has never until Miss Maughs was gowned in a
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE BIG
has Just purchased himself now had but a single page adver- handsome white broadcloth' tailored
a new
horse and buggy. Mrs. Arthur Lederer tisement from one firm at one time, suit. The skirt was round length and ;

but in this week's weekly the Watson the coat very long. With this strik-

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. Andersonwill Mrs. A. S. Berlack will shortly issue Mill and Factory Snydicate of New ing costume she wore a white lingerie -

move this week into the McGaha- invitations for an afternoon recep- York City appears in a double page waist a closely fitting white-lace

tion which she will give one week advertisement which speaks for itself hat trimmed with white and AUCTION.-
I gin cottage, 'which :Mr. Anderson recently roses a
from today in honor of her sisterinJaw .
purchased. and which we hope will be read by all white aigrette. Her veil, gloves and
I tf Mrs Arthur J. Lederer. The
occasion of readers.
our
shoes were white and she carried a

f Mrs. Clarence Camp and Miss Mary will be a very pleasant event, This firm, following out the policy beautiful bouquet of bride roses. The

| Anderson made a flying trip to Ju- and Jewish society will thoroughly of the firms we have menitoned that. groom wore a frock coat, gray trous- ,

1 llette yesterday, going down on the enjoy welcoming the attractive young have made advertising so successful ers and glovesand this couple was, a SALE ANNOUNCEMENT OF PITTMAN & SON "THE FURNITURE MEN "
f bride to its pleasant circles. in the home ,
morning train and returning at noon. are advertising .newspa- very distinguished looking one.
I In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Berlack pers in all the progressive towns in Mendelssohn's:: wedding march was

Mr. Lawrence Ballard was up :Mon will entertain the young Jewish society the country and it is their policy to played imediately after the

day from Cornell, where he runs the people who are always glad t. select a progressive up-to-date firm tion for the bridal party to benedic-1. "

commissary belonging to the Northern receive an invitation to their pelasant with which to place their goods and church.Dr. I I WASTING STRENGTH

home. On this occasion the honorees make their sales.In :
& Southern Lumber Company. and Mrs. Smith accompanied by
will be Mr. and Mrs Lederer. Times-
Ocala this has selected V
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ICalt. Dr. Smith's son, Mr. Morris Smith, V ,
A. McIntosh of Hickory Union. the Variety Store and the sale will drove to the Ocala House where they <,

C., after spending the past six X'I residents Mr. and Mrs. Berlack were former begin promptly at 9 o'clock on the had dinner and on the afternoon Women who suffer from unnecessary, disagreeable,

in Ocala with his daughter, Mrs. -D. of Ocala morning February 2. Coast Line' train the bride and groom

E. Mclver, has returned home. This syndicate' makes it its special left for Fort Myers, where they will painful. weakening, female complaints, will find that
A Fine Beef.
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business to pick up bargains from spend a few days with Mr. Philip F.
of
\Vine Cardui is a safe and pleasant remedy for .all .
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Mr. B. P. Young travelling representative mills and factories at specially low Brown at'the Royal Palm Hotel. Mr.

of the Illinois Sewing Machine Mr. W. P. Edwards will have on ex- prices and shipping them over the Brown was formerly the manager of their ills. It acts directly upon all the delicate, inflamed '

Company, of Chicago whose hibition today as fine a beef, perhaps and selling them at
country correspondingly -
the Ocala IJouse and is an intimate
that has ever been butchered in this tissues, purifying the blood, throwing off the clogging
headquarters are in Gainesville, wasa low figures. I Mr. Sheppard friend of both Dr. and Mrs. Smith.

r visitor to the city Wednesday. county. It is a Red Pole and is one Watson is the manager of this "newdeparture" Mrs. Smith's travelling dress was a matter and relieving female disorders such as irregular,
of the cows that captured one of the
in our mercantile historyand gray court suit, with gray hat and
)Ir. L. J..Drumb of this and best premiums at the mid-winter fair scanty profuse painful catamenia prolapse etc.
; ), Pity, will arrive in Ocala tomorrow to gloves. At the station they were con- .
: his sister Miss Hattie D. of at Tampa. This cow was three years
Brumby,
make preliminary arrangements in gratulated and extended many best Also relieves backache dizziness -
old and was fattened on velvet beans. headache; ,
Athens Ga. Friday at St. Augustine
spent placing and displaying his goods. wishes by a number of their friends,

: and were guests at, the Ponce Dressed, the anival weighs seven hun- The-Variety store during this mer- who were diwn to see them off. cramps, dragging pains, nervousness,' irritability, etc.

! de Leon HoteL dred pounds. cantile carnival week will reduce its
of Dr. and
After the first February
t Persons interested in fat, stall fed If you need advice, write us a letter, telling us all
prices also putting them on line with Mis. Smith will be at home at num-
General J. C. Davant, Col.! G. C. Martin I beef are invited to inspect this one
! the syndicate goods, and is enabled to ber 155 South Second street. your symptoms. We will send free advice (in plain
, atIr.. Edward's stall at the
and Mr. F. B. Coogler, three of city
do as it shares in the profits of the This wedding was one of much Interest -
. llrooksvllle's leading attorneys and market any time until Saturday. week's sales. on account of the prominenceof sealed envelope). Address: Ladies' Advisory Dept.,,.

most popular citizens, were in Ocala The two page advertisement tells of the contracting parties. Dr. Smithis Tenn.
The Chattanooga Medicine Co. Chattanooga _
Mrs. Robinson Entertains Card ClubA ,
Monday arguing case- before Judge
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the many things that will be put on one of Ocala's most influential citi- /

Bullock. sale which consists of everything zens. He is a physician and surgeon -
delightful of the
'- very meeting needful to the household and for wear- and has built up a very large ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT EJ $1.00 BOTTLES"I
The four little daughters of Mr. and married ladies card club was the one .
. ing apparel.Be practice during his residence of near-
Mrs. Clarence Camp and their governess with Mrs. George K. Robinson Wed- "0
and read their advertise-
I sure ly ten years in this city., For a num-
! Miss Brand, have returned home nesday afternoon. The special gueston
ment. It will cost nothing and
you ber of years Miss Maughs has been
from a week's visit to Col.! W. X. this occasion was Mrs. Robinson': YOU
may mean money in your pocketSpecial the city ticket agent for the Atlantic WROTE WINE
Camp's orange grove in Hernando charming sister, Mrs. E. K. Aldrich,
"- Coast Line railway having her office for ailtke,and by following it and C' ARO U I
county of Providence R. I. Besides th Musical Service. taking Card i,my Female Troubles
in the Ocala House and she is well "
members of the card club several oi were cured. -Mrs.R.S.Wallace 0 F
known to a large circle of friends all Lavaca.AIa J12
Mr. Howard Clark has rented Mr Mrs. Robinson's friends were presen
musical
Sunday evening a special
aver the state. This paper joins with
Frank Dorsey's little cottage between and the ladies spent the afternoon in
service will be held at the Presbyterian the many other friends of Dr. and -,
Fort King and Ocklawaha avenues a very enjoyable manner playing pro- church.Ve have some fine TV
very Mrs. Smith in wishing them every
Just next to the residence of Mr. M. gressive whist. After the games Mrs.
musical talent for this occasion. Miss
happiness in their future life.GRAHAMVILLE. .
FIsheL )Ir. and Mrs. Clark will commence Robinson assisted by her daughter, Mildred Xurney of Suffolk, Va., wh Ocala Furniture Conpny.

house-keeping in a short while. Miss Ethel Robinson, served chicken has a beautiful contralto voice wil .

salad, wafers, olives and coffee.
sing. Miss Bessie Bevenger of Day-

Messrs. Lang. Swartz & Co.. are the '- ton, 0., is an artist of rare ability or Dr. Lisk spent Monday in Ocala. .
authorized agents of the Sanders Fertilizer Entertainment at First Baptist 1B .
the She will made her
i pipe organ. preside at The steamer, Hiawatha

e I Co.. of Jacksonville If you Church. I the organ next Sunday morningand first trip to Silver Springs Tuesday.Mr. There is Nothing Too Good For You

!I are needing fertilizers, or anything ins evening. We give below the pro- and Mrs. Eddie Smith, of Ocala
s i the fertilizer line, you will do well to On Friday night beginning at 7:30
for the for
, gram evening service: are at Mr. Robert McDonald's a
t figure with them before buying. x o'clock' the children belonging to the Organ Prelude-"Pilgrim's Chorus"Wagner. few days.Rev. That's a broad statement, but it holds good, for you will Surely regret -

t Warren Sun Beam Mission Band will buying cheap furniture. Now that does not mean that you _
David Martin, of Oxford, "
,I Hon. W J, Borden tf Oxford, was engage in a recitation contest for a Anthem-"Hark Hark My Soul" preached Sunday morning and Sunday should pay an exhorbitant price for your goods, and if you would' .:

I In Ocala Monday, and' as has been $25! medal offered by Rev. L. B. War- Shelly. evening at the Christian church. know where you, can get the best goods at lower prices than you ,

ren, to the little folks in I are paying some other place.Smith. "
his custom for many years paid us asocial encourage
; Lesson-Gloria-Prayer. Mr. and Mrs. Dozier, of Leesburg, .
i and financial visit. Professor their good work. The public is cordially .
Hymn-"Tho sins be here business.Mr. .
, :your as scarlet are on
Borden is a very close student and is invited. James Tucker and family have & Roberts : ":'

a "mlddle-oMbe-roader" from sincere -, -. Offertory Violin solo "Ruben- moved into the Bregaw House. ,

convictions. Oratorio. stein's Melody in }.'."-Mr. Condon. Mrs. Howard Hall and Mrs. Alonzo will taki pleasure in showing yo u the best goods at the 'lowest
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S Duet-"Just as I am," with violin Long spent Friday with their aunt price? Everything in the furniture line at consistent prices.' J
: Mrs.: J. W. Moxley and daughter, The oratorio of the Holy City will
obligato Messrs. Condon and Geri :Mrs. Robert Holly.
left Monday for Gadsden Alabama, be given in the Presbyterian church _.
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and Mrs. Lapham. )[Wellhoner and little daughter,
to Join Mr. Moxley and to make that next Tuesday evening. Twenty five of
1". Sermon-"How to Secure Angers Cora left Monday for Eureka on a
city their future home. :Mrs. -Moxley's Ocala best singers. will take part. "
Visits. visit to Mr. Irwin Xellhoner, who hasbeen LANDS. y
r brother Mr. John W. Williamson accompanied Proceeds for Pipe Organ fund. Be % : ,
I Solo-"U'nanswered" (Bischoff) Miss seriously ill for some time.
! r them as far as Jackson- sure to take in this finest musical
r I Xurne}'. .
treat ever offered to the Ocala mUsic
lt1 ville. loving public. Admission 50 cents. i Hymn-"Saved by Grace." We are sorry .that the Leon county If you have Jantls you wish to sell, lease or rent; ,

Organ Postlude-Triumphal March senatorial: debate stopped so suddenly.It if want to lands for
The members of the Hyde Park or; you buy farming, grazing,
(Wagner.) began on the banks of the raging
I Methodist church aj Tampa, of which Mr. Liddon to Have Charge of Mr I Ocklockonee but unlike the waters of turpentining or lumber purposes,

Rev. W. J. Carpenter is the pastor, Tompkin's Stable. Write to
The Chicago Chronicle estimates the that famous stream it did not run on
are making preparations to begin the -
. value of the Marshall Field estate as forever.
; erection of a fine $20,000 church, which :Mr.: C. A. Liddon, who for man
follows: Real estate. Cook county, BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.
. r will be very elegantly furnished. years was engaged In the livery business
i < $30,000,000; dry goods business, $25- The story of Rowena Peyton, the
In Ocala, will have charge o
In. I tr 000,000; United States Steel stock alleged "old match woman" of Atlanta OCALA, FLORIDA.V_
belonging
Ocala honors herself honorinj the livery stable formerly
J17.000.000; Pullman stock, $12.500.-:! of whom it is told that she was ,
f" John L. Inglls. And Florida might dc S. A. Standley & Company, which -
by Mr. D. W. 000; Rock Island stock, $4.000,000; St when young a proud Virginia beau- I Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter of H. 3
herself credit by paying more heedto was recently purchased Dr. :M. Wharton an eminent
and danced with the Prince of
Paul stock, $10,000,000; other railroad ty,
the counsels of such men as Captain ThtmpkiHS, of MIun ,.r. Belleview and Dr. Slaughter's sIster evangelist of Eufala, Alabama, who is
stock, $10,000.000; Eastern textile Wales, is one of those things that may

Inglis while she Is happy enough The famous Buster Brown .Blue mills, $5,000,000; bank stocks$6.000,- be classed as very pathetic if true- :Miss Viola Slaughter of Jackson Ga., well known In this city is holding a
, to them. Better heed them when
own Ribbon Shoes ,tor'boys-and girls at 000; other holdings, $3,000,000; total, but it comes from Atlanta.Pensacola were In Ocala Sunday aid were guestsat series of revival meetings at the First
living than pUs'marble over them ,
( the Fair Store. $125.000,000.: I News. the Ocala House. Baptist ctfi g Jn Jacksonville.
i when dead.-Times-Union.
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Handkerchiefs H P F P P Store Closed Thursday! feb.I I I Preparing; for This) Great E veq. Men's 25 cent GyottSuspenders

5 cents ,'iEm/'mpJAKESYOlJIiOOLLA R DO DOUBLEOlTSir. -- 14 cents

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Ladies' 25' cent Embroidered
Hose: ,, Will be given the Grandest Bargain Sale ever recorded in the annals of Dry Men's Hand 25 Neck cent Tie 4 in-
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'I z Goods Selling in this City or Vicinity. 10 cents
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Collars \ Worth of New DepenobleGoods I 13 centsMen's a
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25 cent Embroidered 4 15 cents Fancy
'Turnover to our Magnificent Stock which will be :Marked at Correspondingly boa

Collars !% 10 cents .
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Ladies' 75 cent Corsets t 1 SHEPHERD_ ', the Man from the Mills, will have charge ofthis Hemstitched Handkerchiefs -
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4l)> cents store during-this sale 1 which IS guarantee to the people of this vicinity that 7 cents

they will get goods at prices, they never expected to see offered. in this city., '
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Ladies' dIes 40 cent Gir J' ;:V v .a F ".. I Men's Border 10 c nte Handkerchiefs Colored

24 cents 1 j Supplying as they ,do, many stores throughout the country-.they-use; quantities I 5 cents

f n and obtain Lower Pr! '
than.any store do
% r3" 9 bt can buying indeiiendently.
Mennen's Borated !
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Talcum Powder 0 .. p Our close connection with this the Men's 5 cents White
.f v ( : ,buying power'p.uts us m close touch with all Handkerchiefs.
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-' .- good things offered_by the factorIes.Ye have received for this sale o cents

\\atson has the entire; management of this store while
30i60 Smyrna Rugs conducting this sale. Mr. Wagon is a man of broad experience

:'k OS cents 'is in a conducting guarantee Bargain x>f great Sates.bargain His giving.name as manager of this Sale 'Big ShipneFt) } of Special V ues.I Men's 29 50 Shirts cent centsMen's Dress .


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4 81.9STableJOil Men's Camel Hair Shirts or Ladies' Water Proof
Umbrellas
IIea\'y Ribbed Vests
? Drawers worth 3.c.t sale 2k Pants, or Men's Fancy All Wool Men's.Extra Heavy ,
worth 35c., sale 2k Grey SQX
Sweaters, 79
Men'scFleece price worth $2.50, $174\ worth 10c., sale price 7c cents
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Heavy Ribbed Union
ClotiTper Drawers' worth 50c., sale 3 9 Suits, All Wool Athletic Men's Embroidered
worth Fancy Black
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1G cents Heavy Ribbed Shirts or Men's Cotton price ,
Honey Comb Vests
Drawers .worth. 50c.,...sale 42c Sweaters.rorth. 65e., sale 39c Ladies'Assorted All Wool Black Hose, 39
price price Colors worth.43 worth 10c., Ribbed 7c cents
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Ladies' $1.25 Faacy ere worth $1.23, sale 75c $1.o -
Handle Umbrellas. pnce.. price c Half Wool, SI Black Hose worth 25c., sale 13cI9c
Boy's Fleece Lined Shirts or 'Fancy Honey Comb worth $3sale price vji price Men's Boston Hose
89 cents Drawers worth '25c.,. sale' 19c Sweaters., worth|2 00,sale $119\ Men's Black Ribbed Sox, worthJ Ladies' Black Ribbed Hose Supporters
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Merchandise sent out by This Syndicate that every Piece or Lot of Merchandise will be sold at Mill and Factory Cost Prices. .

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I Matchless Mill and Factory Sale Prices._ ', Store Closed Thursday February 1. I Money Saving Mill and Factory Prices

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I 1,951- yards (.J Lonesdale, Cam- f\ 2,042 yards Checked Gingham- wt 11_ 2,467 yards White Outing Flang.. 48 Dozen Full Bleached Nap
' brie, worth 12 cents, Syndicate X worth 8 cents Syndicate Lln -. I I net!, worth 6 cents, Syndicate lL kins, worth $1.50, 98
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worth 10 cents, Syndicate / Flantfel worth 10 cents, Syndicate 6/ r 54 inches t wide, worth 35 at 10
Napkins worth
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Lengths, worth 7 cents, SyndicatePrice 5 Flannel worth 6 cents Syiidi- 4 \ Damask 58 inches wide 24 Duck, Assorted Borders worth 8
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1' !8 yard. Figured Madras, 1,878 yards Dark Color\ Gating Q 2 Pieces Bleached Linen? Table fc. Q 267 Towels, Pnre Linen Hack,
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Short Lengths yard wide 7 Flannel worth 12 cents, SynQ 3 U 8 a 9 D a Z !.. .. -I Damask, 62 inches wide, UQ worth 15 cents, .Syndicate ill
worth 10 cents.Syndicate Price dicate Price .......... ,. .. .. 1 -t worth 75c., Syndicate Price Price..... .......,........ .. A\f
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9 Homaspun, worth 9 cents, t kins, worth 75 cents, Syndicate 48 assorted sizes, worth 15 gt 19
worth 12 cents,Syndicate: Price dicate Price .. .. .. ..... .SynQ. : Price ........,.... ... to 40.c., Syndicate Price
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Drill, worth 12 cents, Syndicate 9 Madras, worth 15 cents Syndi-- M worth $1.00, Syndicate 79 kinds, worth 10 to 20c., 5t10
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236 Youth' (ddCoats, made in latest styles. worth 1500 Pairs Boy's :Knee::; Pants, worth 10 to 63 639 Men's Union-Made Overalls worth $1.00 cc u
from 25c. to.* 1.00, Price "c 1.50 .98
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$2.00 |2.50 Syndicate Syndicate Price
('ree .......... .. .. . .. $J .19'n $1.29 2.00" ., u 1.Otl"0 .
)86B'S Suits, worth from $1.50 .
98 to $J 98 296 Men's Cambric : worth 66c., .
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19 Men's Overcoats, all large sizes, worth I 497 Pairs Men's Elastic! Seam Drawers, worth 42c. "
$).00 to $10 00, Syndicate Price. . .. ... $3.12 Ladies1 Jackets and Capes, at :Mill and Factory, Prices. t I 50 cents. Syndicate Price 3-50 a cc tt 2.78 ,

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f 1.00 Skirts for 69 cents

h$1. Skirts for 98 cents

65 cents Gowns for 43 cents
$J.00 Gowns for 73 cents
$J.50 Gowns for 98 cents

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50 cents Drawers for 29 cents

65 cents Drawers for 43 cents

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Store Thousands 127 Fringed Table Oil Cloth worth 2-5 cents l per in which
We have sent this worth $1.00, Syndicate -* 69' t worth $1.(1ndlcate 9 8 yard Sjndicate Price 6 we are kings:
of Dollars worth of Goodsdirect .Price. II Price j. 10000 yards Torchon Lace, Rorth 10e. to90e
t Mill; especially in 9o Fringed; :rnd'PlaiuCrochet. Bed ISO Pairs Nottingham Lace gi-j Syndicate price,'per yard.., .. im
't from the worth e1.W Syndicate 9 8 Curtains, worth &_.OO Syndi.h i 14 ]9 L::therettp Suit Capes: worth 10000 yards Valencinneg Lace, worth 60. to20R.
I Dry Goods, Laces and R..lnbrotdenes.s. #-.::"'- *t .;. cate Price i 'fl.50, Syndicate Price 98 : Syndicate price .,.-:. ........ ick't
On these Goods save at 49-Frined-;- .Bed very; .1 Pairs. Nottingham Lace ; 5000 yards Cambric Embroidery Edging
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1 1. cent .as we are con- heavy: worth Spreads Syndi- $ i.4 8 Curtainsworth $3-00 S}n. $ -9 8 t 10000 yards Cambric Embroidery Edging 5: ts
t sale Pricey._ -*, /: Lri1S6 dicate Price t Canvas Covered Trunks, and Insertions worth 20c. Pr.
t stantly unloading factories. Remember Pairs;Nottiugham Lace Curtains 186 Bleached Sheets, for double worth 3..O0, Syndicate. $2. I 9 3500 yards Assorted Cambric Nainsook Syn. and Sets
the VARIETY STORE worth ,75 cents. Syndicate 52 beds, worth,60. cents, Syndicate. 42 Price Swiss Embroidery Edging and Insert
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Price J.. '- Price tion, worth lOco to
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us to list all of them as 1t would tains,- worth ')1.25, ) Cur7 9 296 Bleached Pillow Cases, large size f\ $2.oo. Syndicate Price $ U4 Come to see this line.: The best Ocala
1 Price V
Price worth 15 cents, Syndicate I bib ever seen.
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a GAITCRVILLE. :: YES TURN SOUTHWARD. I THE, ORANGE SITUATION. Confederate Pensions-In. Generosity I

z' i Florida Heads the List.

Special to the Ocala, Banner- Chicago Trade Making Plans for Big Californias Lack Flavor-Floridas Do-

It baa been quite a while since our Business-Florida and Louisiana 'I Well in Chicago. Georgia pays annually to her Confederate -

; burg was represented in the columns pensioners $700,000 leading Is -
; Open up-Chicaga Can Han 1 1 '
Carolinais
wjt of the Banner, during which time your I Special to the Ocala 3anner: every other state. South
die I Immense Supplies. with $656/000, and North
scribe has been away from home more Chicago, January 22.-This week second
Chicaga, Jan. 22-The eyes of the Carolina comes last with $275,000, for
t .r less. finds the demand for oranges about "

And I find that no. one', else cares to trade are now turning southward and normal They are usually dull for sev- 14,000 or a little less than $20 per .

make a note of the doings of our little : local dealers as well as handlers of eral weeks following Christmas. Cal- capita While Georgia gives the

burg, as I am again in a positionto I''Early vegetables in other markets in ifornias are easy, while Floridas have largest aggregate amount, Floridaheads .

'.x chronicle the notes I, will gladly : this section are laying plans for shipments been firm. Californias are in lighter the list In proportion to the

o answer to the roll call. I: from Florida, Louisiana, southern I supply, and there are said to be but number of pensioners. She gives D T .

We have been having very change- I Alabama and Mississippi. Already few cars rolling, but these facts have $ SSOOO to 3,000 pensioners or more {

able weather the last few weeks, which I a number of solicitors and buyers have I not caused prices to gQ up to any ap- than $90 to each.

r has' brought about a great deal of gone: south and a number of deals are I. ciable extent. Direct'shipments to Georgia distributes only about

those ill feelings usually called bat being worked up. nearby cities, it is held, have caused $30:; to each.-Thomasville, (Ga.) En-

v colds. However no.cases have proved Reports received here show that some of this local weakness. terprise. PERMANENTLY CURES

serious yetFarmers r most sections are in a favorable shape According to advices received here CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS

., are preparing for anothe for good business at... an early date by representatives of the California For an Income Tax. ASTHMA, SORE THROAT, HOARSENESS
WHOOPING COUGH AND CROUP
year's work at present. Oats are being but it seems pretty sure that many shipping associations, there will be I
In its recent annual session iharmer's e
planted again this year, but not sc sections have had too much wet weather light shipments for some time now.1 : DO NOT DELAY

,r many as last year. Host of the farmers for growing_ the best quality of Owing to the short crop, now estimatI I F National Congress unanimously Until the drain on your system produces permanent disability.! The human :;

p here think that the weather will early vegetables. This applies particu- ed at around 22,70 cars, the associa- passed a resolution in favorof I breathing machinery is a wonderful system of tubes and cells. To have good

.an income tax. health it must be kept in good order. A COLD Is considered of no Irnpor- :
be ,unfavorable for oats the comin; larly to lettuce as the rain has hurt tions think that better prices will pre- -
This was a very proper thing to do. tance, yet if it was known by it's proper name of "throat Inflammation
seas n., Therefore the acreage has the quality and reports Indicate that vail later and they are shutting down income tax. or"congestion of the lungs," its dangerous character would b' ; pre-

'. been cut down considerably. sound, well developed stock will be at some of the packing houses. Again it We should have an i dated. When a cold makes its appearance use at once Ballard Hore :

Last week was a busy one in Gait a premium before the season goes is said that the rains the past week That we have not an income taxis I hound Syrup which will speedily overcome it. ,
J one of the best proofs that i in WHOOPING COUCH and CROUP Require Prompt Action. SNOW r
erville. There was quite a game i much further. Beans have also suffered have prevented packing and that shipments !
this country the interests of the rich LINIMENT applied to the throat and chest gives wonderful relief while )
progress that of household changing considerably and nearly every are being made only of such Ballard's Horehound Syrup will rapidly stop the violent paroxysms of :

Mr. Leonard Redding sold out his shipments shows some specked stock stock as was already held in the pack- are well taken care at tha expenseof coughing. IT IS THE ONLY COUCH REMEDY THAT WILL <.

place in east Gaiterville and purchased on account of being too wet. ing houses. the masses. POSITIVELY CURE WHOOPING COUCH AND CROUP. ,,:'

And the only poeple are ,really to
the property of A. McBrass and Strawberries sell as high as $6, if I About one fifth of the California BEST FOR CHILDRENMrs. J "
'blame for this are the masses them-
moved into the same while :Mr. Brass bright and sound. They moved onlyin I II crop has already been shipped. Up to Maud Adams.Goldtlnralta TeL writes*! hare wed BalUnT :'"

moved to Holder. small far. A good I I the 12th 4,482 had come forward, selves. Horehound Syrup and find it the BEs1medicine for croup. coughs and -J
a way so many cars "
I As matters now are farmers, whose cold My children use it and it la pleasant to take and llulclLlJ eure& j
Mr. N. C. Deas sold his place to Mr beries that are small and off in qual- a few of these being lemons.
can be seen, pay for more SAFE AND SURE Three Sizes 25c 50cf $L00ka ;g
property
Jno. de Brass, who is comfortably ity have to be handled at 30c and 35c. Small sizes still prevail. The slumpin ,

situated on same. -Mr. Dease move<' Some water soaked lots have to be number of car loads is attributable than their share of the taxes.-Far ? Ch114ren'.FaTtrite lemtb Every B.ttl.Guru.t" 1

to the long swamp section. We wish given away or sold for a trifle. With to the small sizes to which the fruit is I mer's Call. Ballard Snow Liniment Co., St. Louis, Mo. ."

them all happiness in their new favorable weather berries will be com- running. While the trees apparentlyheld
Growing Marianna.
homes. ing more freely within a week or ten quantities of fruit, the sizes are

Mrs. Jno. Boring, of Felica, is visitIng days. small and they don't fill up the crates SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BALL
Marianna's banks have made
It* her mother, :Mrs. F. W. Ross thi. Eggplant is in fair demand and rapidly. So far the fruit is faulty as DRUGGISTS.
good showings for their last year'sbusiness.
week. fresh stock has been pretty scarce on to taste. It has not yet attained the
One is reported to have ,
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Miss Daisy Ross who is teachingthe this market. Choice stock has broughtas flavor that makes, It a good seller.
earned 22 per cent. on capital investedand 0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- _
school at Shady spent Saturdayand high as $! while some lots held over Then It still lacks in cplor. Prices 0-0-0
the other 20 per cent. Almost I
Sunday with her parents in Gait run from $1.50 to $2. Peppers sell obtained here this week for California I Now .-.
every venture in town is a success, j Open For The Season.
erville. in a limited way and bring from $3 navals good colored, ranged from 10
and our banks are no exception to I
Mr. L. F. Sparkman. the new ua ry-' to 350. String beans sell from $3 $2.35 to $2.75. The prices vary of I
the rule. If you want to become I j
man says it is no fun to be ferry- to $4 and receipts have been light. course as to sizes. o THE OCALA HOUSE .
prosperous come to Marianna and'I :
:man at Stokes f:rry. Peas bring around $3. Tomatoes showa Advices from New York show that Jackson 'ountMarianna TimesCourier. I ,

The material for the new ferry boat wide range in quality and price. the Californias are not doing so wtl1

is about prepared and it is hoped th Fine, sound, ripe Florida stock has over there. There is much complaint 0I OCALA,- FLORIDA.
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work will soon commence. sold as high as $5 while common stocks about quality, and one well known -

Miss Callie Sparkman is visitin: I slow sale at as low as $1.50. Cuban house ,in a wire to California trade A Big Warning. 0 Large, Airy, Well Furnished Sleeping Rooms

relatives in Terrytown this week. tomatoes: are coming a little more paper, scores the California shippersfor I I Tables Supplied with Everything in Season. :
The people are going to rise up someday
Mr. Washington Jordan; of Georgiawas freely. They sell around $3.50 in six dumping such poor fruit upon their .
and slaughter the beef trust 0I '
visiting, relatives here the past basket cases. California in four bas- market. The trade here have commented I Splendid Drives-only five miles from the famous Silver Spring _
refine the oil trust, burn the coal
week. ket cases bring from $1 to $2. freely on this wire, and command 0 Easily accessible from all parts of the state.
trust, freeze the ice trust, melt the
Master Geo. Thomas made a busi- If no freeze comes to knock out the firm for the outspoken way in .
steel trust, romp on the implementtrust I I' ..
mess trip to the mining city Saturday. early vegetables in the south this mar- sizing up the situation. RATES: 75c. to $1.50 per day. .
smash the car trust, nail the o
Mr. J. E. Brooks of. the Bachelor ket bids fair to do a big business for Florida orates ever since a week j Weekly Rate American Plan '
lumber trust and ring down the cur I on Application. ; ,
Ranch up the river, answered to hi the wide awake houses here are plan- before Christmas have sold readily in
tain on the theatre trust o
name In Sunday school Sunday. ning for a heavy business. Everything this market. At first their firmness Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.

The latest in Gaiterville is the De looks good now.EXPLOSION was due to light supplies, and not so I D. C. EDWARDS .-.
Prop. C. M.
Why Not Reverse the Order of Things. WHITESIDE Manager.
bating Club organized a few week. much as to the quality of the fruit, o I

ago. It meets every Friday night and NOT EXPLAINED. which is not so particularly fancy by I -0-0-0-0-0-0-00-0-0-0-0-0-0-
Kentucky, with its lofty average of .
Is. progressing nicely. any menas. However. Floridas are in
illiteracy and long record of murders -
Uncle Joe. Four Rear Admirals Among the Dead demand by certain consumers, and ---- a
is sending missionaries to Ja E. C. Smith.
-- -Unfortunate Victims Taken to they take this fruit very readily, pro- C. V. Itoferu
pan, where they have few murders .
MARSHVILLE ITEMS. Rio Janeiro-Vessel Cost vided the prices is not too high. This
and practically no illiteracy. We
Nearly Two Million. week finds more Floridas .here thanat SMITH & ROBERTS.
hope that the missionaries will be
We are having some pleasant any time previous this season. Thisis
properly impressed by this experience.Brookl'n Funeral Directors and '
weather at the present time. Special to the Ocala Banner: due to the fact that Cincinna.i, Eagle. Licensed Embolnjers)

Mr. J. H. Hagans is doing business Port Jakerepagua, Brazil, Jan. 23.- Philadelphia and other large markets

and getting along nicely. As the result of an explosion whichtook for Floridas have sustained slumps, LATEST METHODS. BEST GO ODS. WORK GUAUANTKSD.

The large steam boat oft Lake Eus- place on board the battleshipAquidaban owing to excessive supplies. Many A good way to advance our town is Telegraph orders receive prompt attention, and embalming don a.)....,.
for all of our ,citizens to put their on short notice.
tis went to Palatka several weeks ago, here on Monday that vessel cars have be.e.diverted here in the
shoulders to the wheel and push the
for repairs and returned to Tustis to- went to the bottom of the bay, past ten days but the market still re
one way. Try it for the year 1906 OGAU
carrying with her two hundred and mains steady, prices ranging from FURNITURE{ CO1PANY
day.There and it will surprise you how fast the
has been a large quantity of twelve officers and men. Less than $.'.7a; for Russets and Brights and $3 .
town and the business houses will
syrup made and sold at this place, and one hundred of the entire crew weresaved. and $3.50 for Indian River Russets.
grow. We don't want any '"boom.- -
It is as fine as any ever made. Last week at the League meeting at I
but a good steady growth Williston n
We are sorry for poor B. A. Mr. The vessel sank in less than three Milwaukee, it was the consenus of

H. is gone. We hope he will return minutes from the time the explosionoccurred. opinion of the Florida receivers, who Advocate. 1- b,

soon and we know she does. got together there to compare notes
The great automobile races have now-
Mrs. E J, Johnson and son, M r. I Four rear admirals and a number of that fully 80 per cent. of the Florida
} begun on the Ormond-Daytona race
Thomas Johnson, visited relatives at 'other high naval officers were onboard crop would be moved by the 15th. Thisleaves -
Those from
course. Ocala who
this place Sunday. the unfortunate vessel. The} less than 200,000 boxes still to will witness them are Messrs. H. C. ;\

Our school is progressing nicely under had been on a tour of inspection nearthis com from the state. :
.. Jones, Louis Lang E. C. Smith G. K.
.the management of Mr. Walter i place with a view to locating a Mr. John W. Martin, who travelsfor
I RobinsonA. G. Gates, J. C. Spencerand
Pedrick. The children are all'well]l new arsenal. a St. Louis harness house spent
C Carmichael. All but the latter
pleased with him as their teacher' The cruiser Baroso which was with Monday in Ocala. Mr. :Martin will 0,
went over in automobiles leaving f
the Aquidaban at the time of the fatal Monday. in Ocala. Mr. Martin left
Ocala early Monday morning. Mr. Carmichael :1 !
SOME PITTSBURG STATISTICS. explosion, immediately took on boardall Tuesday for Mississippi, havingel 7i
left on. the noon train Mon .
the wounded and started for Rio there for the next six months. His day. Y- cyry

During 1905 Nearly Eighteen ThoLsandJ Janiero, where the marine hospital is i Florida friends will, miss him greatly.Dr. -

People Were Killed and Injured located.

in One County. The explosion occurred In the powder Osier to Address his Colleagues. KimballOrgans r"

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Special to the Ocala Banner: tion has been offered for the cause. Special to the Ocala Banner:

x The Aquidaban cost over $1,700,000 Baltimore, Md., Jan. 23.-Dr. Osier,
; Pittsburg.! Pa.. Jan. 23.-Statistics '
ten years ago. regius professor at Oxford, England,
for the year 1905 Just given out by the
now on a visit in this city, went to nr
authorities of Alleghany County Indi- Direct from Factory
Senator Clark of Montana has added Annapolis this morning, where he will
cate that during the at
past
year more
to his collection of mines by the deliver an address this evening before WHOLESALEPRICES
than 17,700 persons were killed and
purchase of the famous Union mine the Maryland Association for the Prevention L ,
Injured yin this county, while at their
in Eldorado county, Cal. The Standard and Relief of TuberculosIs. "it On monthly pay-
dally work. Of this number the blast ments I FOUR
'furnaces Oil Company offered $1, 50.000 for is expected_that a number of membersof SAILINGS EACH WEEK
and iron and steel mills are ,50 Monthly ors
it some months ago, but Senator Clark the state legislature will attend the $2 $ quarterly BETWEEN
responsible for nine thousand. The
pays $1,730.000. After taking put $1- meeting to obtain information in upwards.
regard You
other <'an now buy the
factories and famous Kim-
shops have four Jacksonville
. 500,00 in bullion former owner3 of the to the proposition of establishinga ball Organs, or the reliable Great and New York
thousand
to their credit and
the"ic Western
mine lost the vein and sold it for $1- State Tuberculosis, Hospital. Organs direct from the mak-
tims of the railroads numbered four ers at wholesale factory prices. We Calling at Charleston, S. C., Both
ways.
400. The new owner found,it and up to will send them to reliable THE
thousand, while people any- FINEST STEA4SIUPS m
those THE
of the
mines COASTWISE
date it has yielded $12,000,000.: Senator The Pratt Publishing Company has where in the United States to be paid SES7IC2
numbez.d 400. Besides this there were been organized for on extremely easy payment plan- THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND
Clark's income from his copper at Daytona. It will $2.50 monthly and AND SOUTHERN LINESJNorthroMd
several thousand injured whose upwards ... .
cases mines is said to be in the neighbor- be a newspaper and publishing house. Operating the largest musical "instrument DIRECT SERVICL' BETWEEN

were not reported as the injured per- hood of $10,000,000 a year and he is Frank W. Pope, of Jacksonville is factory in the world, emplo'ing Jacksonville, Boston and Providence
sons were taken straight home the largest capital, buying and all Eastern ,
and probably able to pay cash for the president and Pierre Pratt business material In the largest raw Olllllg at Points.
quantities Charleston
not for
Both
to any of the Ways.
hospitals cr mor- Union mine. manager. This is cash-the Kimball System of SEi1I UEEKLY:
one of the largest manu- ...\ II, I X G S.
gues. Several of the mills have fur- printing plants of the state.Iadl facturing and distributing free Soathbonnd.... ............ ...........-. .
From
nished such through our 200 supply stations, ....r.r.zr.: ..... "vv7;; L&vul'BM.From : '
a large number of death H. P. Trimble, editor of the Fer- son New Enterprise. tively saves purchasers $20: to $50 pos-on .............. Street, JackboaviiI

,and Injury cases that the insurance nindina Star, publishes a card an- first class organs. Clyde St. Johns River Line.
companies If :you haven't ,
refuse to insure any organ you want
men work- nouncing that he has transferred his Governor Broward has one, and Between
removed
you want
an good
ing there. onea Jacksonville and
Sanford
stock in and severed his official connection Robert Hannog, constable of the 3rd mere prety case with no music in it Stoning,at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis Beresford
won't do. Celani IsteroeiUtil
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Secure ) and
at >
with. once the
the Steam Laundry Co., district Dade Old
county, from office Reliable
In.order. to protect a few hogsheads because he has learned his recent the grounds that he has been guiltyof upon very convenient Kimball terms.Organ, at prices and Steamers City of'jacks'onvill ancf'Fre'J'k <<
of ;
tobacco
grown in Send DeBarry ,
Gadsden county, attitude on the "wet" and "dry"ques- encouraging certain parties today for our money saving are appol lBted to SaIl a. .
to
Lean
Florida's entire engage plan and free g Jacbonill daily, i .
catalogue.
delegation except
In Ret'ml saturdays.
Congress leave no
tion is injuring the busines of the in street fighting and brawlingwith Under no circumstances Sanford,dally except Sundays 9:305. m.SouthBtund .
abandoned can af
the principles :you ,
advocatedby concern. the consent I ford to buy or consider
and without the interference any other or-
the democratic party for the past of. said gan until you have our money saving Read Down SCHEDULE Nortb.80ua4 #.?
hundred constable. proposition. Read up
years or more, and voted Mrs. M. Handelsman ---- .'
returned homeTuesday The most Inexperienced ,
with the republicans. They have morning from Xew est trader, or as thoukh buyers can Leave 3 30 p. m. "'--...-_ Jacksonville _.. -
York, The. Ocala friends of you were here 8 .. .
Arrive
Mrs. J. 45 p. :i oo a. s1.'H
A. in _
not _
given either party a "square person you have our 4 m.-. -- Palatka ____ ..__.....
s deal. where, In company with her husband Walters assurance that .. 3 oo '. ._. Leave a oo p.
of this city each organ --- Astor ; ._...
If they are and Messrs. X. will be selected by 4 30 a. m. ?-'" 'm .___ to m
going to remain members an ex- ----st. Francis.,..._ 3 O,2 _;
she
has been for some weeks. Mr. J. and T. H. Wicker pert. __.__. H' i a
: oo
of ---
Flk Beresford
of the democratic party they should Handelsman will Coleman A fine stool and music book Arrive.. 8 30 a. m. -,, ,,-,,, --_. ( DeLind ) ___..._ y lOOp'A
remain
vote against away a few I will sympathize with them in the sud- with each organ. free 10 oo a. m._-_ ... Suiford ..____._.... .. 30 a s
protection. If they are weeks longer for the benefit of den death Write GENERAL -Ellterpril e_ .._. ..... .. taeoa m
< going to vote for protection they health. his of their brother, Mr. D. L. today ,for free catalogue.LoWeoCampbellSinilh PASSENGER AN TICUTOrrlC: !, 122 WEST E.1YSr"
While away Mrs. Handels- UXSOlmLtl.--
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Wicker which
have occurred at his homeat F. Y. IRONMONGER 1a,
should Ass't
the Gent
Pass.
courage to become man purchased W.G. COOPR Agent iii Walt Bay St.,
a big stock of goods Montezuma Ga. Jt. Freight A&ent. Jacksonville, F1a. ,
,
members of the republican Saturday! after- Co. i HOPD C.P. WVBtt, Superiateadent,
party. for the Boston ..tore.'M noon. AC. RACER??. 'Eaast' Pass.Street.llcbonilte Art..New York. CLYDE

IS West Bay St. -THEO G. EGER MILNK,Gen'Fr't" A t. N. "'.
General klaaager, WM. P. CLYDE d CO. :

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THE
",' i of the state on its road as, if through PEBBLE PHOSPHATE. A Congresional. 1 Candidate.As .

;1 ...Tho Florida East Coast Railway Protects freeze or other cause, the crop is a f drawing .
the time near for :
? r. the Interests. Its Ship. failure, the incoming, freight is conse- Review cf the Existing, Conditionsand SPECIAL NOTICE.

u j;. pers-A Wrong Impression quently enormously reduced in' vol- Future Outlook' n the Florida next year's campaign we think It timeto ;.
Corrected. look Into the matter' of finding a
,: ume while the passenger traffic is utterly Land Pebble Industry.In .
good man for congress. ve $5vc55
i Note-The editor of this Incapable' of defraying the expenses
[ paper was viewing the conditions of the The present incumbent is not the
y' severely to task of the .
brought not long road. Read This
t since by a prominent and Influential man want for feel that Carefully
; It follows Florida land pebble market, we find, we we since I
; populist of our county for speaking therefore that if noth- I
,i in praise of Mr. Henry M. Flagler for ing more than selfish interests were that during the last quarter of 1905, his tilt with Minority Williams, which 1
the great work of development he is In answer to numerous inquiries I desire to have it known to m
considered, the policy of this com- there has been a marked advance in was a very childish caper, he lost his
for Florida in the I desire state
-: doing extension of I tc to my friends and friends and acquaintances that
the East Coast Railway from the mainland -' pany would be to bring about the the prices obtained for the product, usefulnes. Such a man is dangerous.As business acquaintances throughout have no connection with or inter"
,;' to Key West. We are told that largest development in the productionof I and with the close Jf the year the de- for Jeff 'Stevens: he is merely a the south, that I have no interest est in the Ludden & Bates South

f settlers Ills railroad tributary discriminates to it in favor against of the the :i 'fruits and vegetables and neces- mand is constant and steady, sales side Issue and will not cut much of a in, or connection with the Lndden era Music House, established by
& Bates Southern Music House Wm. Ludden
and in 1870.
fruit and vegetable growers of sarily to haul the figure In the fight. myself
Cuba same for the growers being readily made at figures decidedly I
and. instead of being a benefactor I which was established by me and Mr. Ludden ani myself and Jas-
Flagler is in reality an enemy to every, Mr, at the lowest possible rate consistent better than have been obtained dur Who, then shall we have? would be 1 J. A. Bates about thirty-five years persen Smith, many )ears associated -

shipper along his road. In 'order to with the necessary expendi- ing the past eighteen months. the natural question.In i ago. I am now interested largely with us, are now Interestedand
correct this impression, which is wide tures of the company The outlook for 1905, from the miners' i looking around for a candidateour I solely in the LUDDEN & SMITH in the LUDDEN-CAMPBELL-SMIU
-\ spread we reprint the following jcircular minds Music COMPANY, and in the LUD- Co., of Jacksonville, Fla So fur
*, letter that was recently addressed Such being the case the only course standpoint is certainly very en- runs to a young man who DEN-CAMPBELL-SMITH Co., of Jacksonville as I am aware not a single individual
,' to the shippers in that section. left to the company in the interestsof couraging, the demand of rock being has, all his life, devoted his time and Fla., who continue the who helped to make the Luddea
When people who live in Florida
%*-, who are interested in its upbuilding, and, the Florida producer, was to" Inaugurate active, with every indication that energy to the democrat party of the same policies and business dealings & Bates name so well known

: own its transportation lines, the shippers a rate war which it insti- this condilon will continue with a con- state, A stancher and more useful. which built up for us the largest throughout the South is now connected '
::., will get relief and will music business in the South. with the same.
not be tuted in 1904-03. as well as the other sequent in prices. democrat is not to be found. He has
: burdened with excessive freight rates. WM. LUDDEX. J. A. BAT ES .
f; Jf all railway officials manifested the measures adopted, and tliis was done The opening of the year will find the served his state and his people for a

f---i same interest in the welfare of the solely for the ..sole protection of the most of the producers with practically -. number of years In a very important: We print the apove letter in order to correct certain
shipper as do the officials of the
Coast railway; complaints of, extortionate East- Florida grower. We could have aban- no stock on hand, and in cases and responsible position. In fillinghis misleading impressions which are being made among our

; charges would cease" and the doned the carrying of pineapples from where there is an apparent accumulation position he has saved his state many friends and customers. We believe that most buyers

j- mutuality and of understood interests would between be carrier recognized Cuban ports, via this line, to the pos- in storage this is only due to the thousands of dollars and made him- wish to deal with the people whose policies and methods '

:; and shipper.-Editor Ocala Banner.] itive pecuniary benefit of the companybut fact that during the past few monthsthe self a similar number of friends. As gave them the greatest reputation ever accorded any

to do so, would have been to let rialroad has been very slow in an officer he is second to none; as a piano dealers in the south.
Florida
of
: To the
Shippers
East the producers on the line of our road moving rock to interior points on account citizen and friend he has few equals.If All who wish to deal with W. Ludden, J. A. Bates, A.

.' Coast, Railway:. Much has been said, remain subject to the discrimination of inadequate car supply, and nominated and elected he will B. Campbell Jaspersen Smith remember they are associat-

*_' during the past several months, concerning established against them by the rates shippers have been unable to supply make us one of the best congressmen onlYlin

t- the rates on, pineapples from fixed by the lines from Havana.As their customers with the regular Florida has ever had.

Cuba carried over Florida lines, and a consequence, the policy adopted monthly allowance set aside for the We take pleasure In putting the Ludden nith Co
we desire to place before the patronsof f Campbell
by this company was directly in business.A name of Hon. J. Walter Kehoe. state's

this company the facts, which behalf of the Florida producer, and careful review of the conditions attorney for the first judicial circuit,
brought about the situation and ..J I PIANOS 1 r i s mm
what MERCHANDISE.IS
f this policy was fully vindicated this exitsing, both in the field of consump- before the people of this district as a .

;Y bas been accomplished for our common year when the lines called for a con- tion and in the field of production, will candidate >for congressional honors, West Bay SI. Phone 819 Jacksonville, Via.

good. ference, in September last, and ad- reveal the following facts, on which it hoping that the press of this disthict \
In 1903, the attention of this company justed the rates from Cuban ports to is safe to base an oponion as to the will assist us in geting Mr. Kehoe to *

r was directed to the rates that such figures as placed the Florida future outlook. make the race.-Calhoun Democrat 1
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had been put on pineapples shipped grower on equal terms with the Cu- The demand of this class of phos- GOVERNOR'S MANSION

from Cuban ports! to the western markets ban grower, and, to many points, at apositl'e phate is undoubtedly increasing; sales "' < '

via steamship lines from Cuban advantage. Thus this com- are nsw: constantly being made to con- Architect Klutho Submits Plans for it'?''; ::. "RUUCI[ A MOIHLII[ I.

ports enabling the Cuban grower, af- pany, at an expenditure of a large sumers who have heretofore used only Inspection and Approval. "h

ter paying duty, to deliver his pineapples sumo of money and persistent work, Tennessee rock and have always ,'.
to the western markets at Tallahassee, Jan. 16.-The Governor ", '" Have you decided on the kind of
has
succeeded in accomplishing that looked to that field for their supply of k
j fisomething like 25 cents per crate which it started out to secure, name- crude material. Tennessee domestic Mrs. Broward lIon. A. C. Croom and if, ''vy' j fertilizer you are going to use? It's .

.;, ,v cheaper than the average charge paid ly: the protection of the Florida rock is now largely being consumed by Capt. B. N. Mathes spent some time 1 ,flNh ; V6/ not a question of how much, but

F by the Florida grower from points on grower. factories located near the base of sup- this morning with Architect H. J. 1.. what kial! when tliu best mult

the :Florida East Coast Railroad. The The real trouble is and: has been ply, consequently reducing the ship- Klutho of Jacksonville studying plans Q can be obtaineJ You can't make" .

rates via this company were as low that the duty imposed in Cuban pine- ments to more distant points, and for the Governor's mansion submittedby
mistake when
you use our high grad
as the fruit could be carried without apples is entirely inadequate to pro- making it necessary for consumers in :Mr. Klutho. In the plans made by '
fertilizers.
"' involving loss. tect the Florida grower against the I certain portions of the cotton states, Mr. Klutho the proposed building pre- mr

This company immediately called a cheap labor which obtains in Cuba. who have always relied on this as sents a very handsome appearance ter "' Highest cash price paid for dry bone .

meeting of all lines interested including Even at the same rate, the Florida! their base of supply, to turn to Florida outwardly. The building representedis d

: the steamship lines running grower is at a decided disadvantagesince pebble to supply their wants. of Corinthian style of architecture.The '
FLORIDA FE3TIUZER MFD. (Win.Cainesvillt.
direct from Havana, and at the con'j he has to pay much higher for Where the use of Florida pebble is front and sides are surround bya .. .

,' ference' which followed they offeredto I labor and has to incur heavy expensesin once established, it is safe to say thatit broad gallery, supported by massive 'i Fla

advance their rates, although not the purchase of fertilizers, while will always, told its own, its super- Corinthian columns to the height of -- ---- -- -- - -- --

sufficiently to give the Florida grower Cuban labor is less than one-half iority for the manufacture of super- the. building.The .

., adequate protection. This advance what it is in Florida and commercial phosphates is unquestionable, and the building will be of wood or con

not being satisfactory to this company fertilizers are very little used on the manufacturer who has once used it crete, as the appropriations is not suf- The Vehicle and Harness Co

, because it did not sufficiently protect Cuban lands growing pineapples. will continue to do so as long as it ficient for a stone structure, and will

the Florida producers, it Inaugurated Whenever there is a revision of the can be obtained at a fairly reasonable cost approximately $20,000.:: The plans

I other measures looking to their I tariff ,we shall cordially cooperatewith figure. include arrangements for a furnace for Cor. For |th and Cedar St.

protection.In the Florida growers in securing There is no reason to predict any heating, numerous baths and all mod- JCKSO.VYILLE IXOKIDA.,,

September, 1904, another con- such an increase of the duty as will decrease in the consumption of the ern conveniences.-Times Union.

ference was called, and it was then fully and effectually protect our grow- phosphates in the territory which has We are glad to note the above para-
Dealers in Wagons Buggies Carriages Surreys
agreed by the transportation lines to ers. Meantime, it is a source of for the past few years been supplied graph. By all means Florida should _
Road Carts Harness Saddles Etc.
, advaifte the rates from Havana, in- pleasure to us to make it known that, entirely with the Florida product. In have an imposing and creditable man- Lap Robes

14,1, dud ng the duty, so as to give the notwithstanding the disadvantages we fact the indications, if anything, pointto sion for her chief executive officer.
LARGEST CONCERN IN THE STATE AND LOWEST PRICES.
I Florida grower an equal chance with have labored under, we have, at length an, increase due to the more prosperous We are glad also to note that Mr.

the Cuban grower. succeeded in placing the Florida condition of the farmers and H. J. Klutho has been selected as the

The day before the new rates were grower on terms of equality with the more modern methods of conducting architect to prepare the plans for this _-__ I ,
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building. Other things being equal,
to into this
go effect, company was Cuban grower. farming operations.The - - -- -

notified that the steamship lines to While we were making this contestfor export business will undoubtedly home talent should be given the pref- PRICE LIST OF

the ports would not adopt them and our Florida shippers we remained continue! on a par with what has erence In these maters.
EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR CO.
: the result was to place the Florida silent and submitted to the unjust heretofore existed. As the quality of Mr. Klutho has the reputation of being ,
,
Y[: grower at the same disadvantages! that criticisms indulged in and to the pre- the rock for the export trade is limit- one of the finest architects in the The Great Southern Mail Order. House, ,
who ed. The of this grade of south. The buildings he has designed --- --- -- -
existed the previous year. judice evoked by men were either producers EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart Measure. .
p As the company could not reduce ignorant of the real situation or whose material have found no difficulty in speak for themselves. .

: its rates- on pineapples from Florida sole object was to create prejudice placing their entire outputs at profitable I Among others we note the beautiful, Per four 81& err
:' G.fen Q**rt. uts CMC
>f: points without meeting so great a loss against this company, for purposes of prices.In Baptist church building of Jackson- Hatchett's Prir teStock..._ M'h- ll eo ,,_ fur
its the field of I production there is vile, the Board of Trade building, c HatchrU'r Tha '8 WhtoktyHatchttt'8 _..." ... ..,,__. i S/* 'It &I"
Ej- that would. create a deficit between their own, and to make the growers Old ky...... ...:...:_............. ._ .- s N .. $fe
receipts and expenditures, only one believe that we were favoring Cuban no indication of an immediate increase which' is of unique design, the Car- EurtkaN C Apple BlaudJ... __ .. .., .. 40 7-
gf I N C. Apple Brandy. ..... .._." "..'.-I.... ,I; 13 UoJ.
$* course was left for the protection ,oft growers and sacrificing Florida grow- over the output of last year. negie library, which is always referredto Eure1a\lalt; .. ...... ".'_"",,,,,, -_........ 41 4. tIS UUMU
to In fact, of the largest producerswill with favorable comments, the city Eureka. C. Peach Brandy..___.__ /7i lti 7.. "
the Florida grower, and that was ers; whereas, as the result shows, some 4l
I N C Pe&ah Brandy ..._... ......_..._ J. 16 91e
try and make the rates from Havana this company was spending'a large unquestionably fall short of their hall, a very massive and imposing Eureka N C. Cirn ..?. ...- ....._h_ ,._,,,: ,.II Silo /3 91
Eureka N. C. Corn, XX ..SSeI .5 a .'- ee
b' to about 50 per cent of the rates fixed sum of money for no other purpose estimated tonnage. In certain instances structure and the Dial-Upchurch I Eureka N C. Corn XXX ..,''' ___ ___ a. III 4 .Si I r
steamship and compel than to the the the deposits recently opened have building, which Is the prid'e of Jacksonville. Kurcka: : N C Crtrti. XXXX __.__.._, _..._.. f jlM. 1 P
by the lines protect growers on I- 1
% Od Crow Bourbod..._ ...>-....._ .. _._._ 1 ,. 1e II"
to the expectations, andit I .. ._ ... ... _.._. '
t them to carry the great mass of the line of this road. : not come up ( Sunny okRye. ? > S7J7J Iff II H
I 1 sonny Brook Sour :Mash .. .-. _. .. ...--....-. 3!5 175 nitGin
F.'' Cuban pineapples at a dead loss, Now that this has been accomplished will take considerable time to open F.choSpring. ...................................._ .._..4" 4'" i! I'n
also at the facts before the flor- j new pits and bring the output up The Ocala Banner's Piety. I Silk Velvet ..._ ....._ .... _.- .......M S. 5 IS is is
while we carried what we did we place up Oakaud ...... ....... ...... ,.... .. ............... 4 r .i N
3 ; a loss, but without affecting materially ida growers, and the .public generally, to the basis on which sales were made
f .- our revenues from Florida. i so that the erroneous impression formed for the coming year. Mines which .'he only thing pious about the From $2.SO to *3 SO per Gallon Delivered
Save t"elvII1.b Uof llttchttfl Private Hto-k gad Mcure bMUc IrM. tatc twelve
g Jacksonville Metropolis is its daily
y. In addition this company adopted either designedly or from Ignorance were doing exceptionally well during labels sit Hatchetfl Old Rye and secure a bottle free Mile twelve UMc *f uetebset s
jfc. other measures looking to the ultl- I I may be removed, and the Flor- the past year will be working on con- Scripture quotations.-Ocala That's WUi-key and e cutea bottle free. Soave twelve Ubrb of Kwclui If C.
,!" C rn and secure a bottle free Stve twelve hblee of:>I. C Apple Bro_ HM! rttmitoie
:j\ mate protection of the Florida pro- ida growers may realize that this com siderably reduced outputs in 1906;, And the Banner does not Banner'l bottle frre. Save twelve labels tf Hureka Malt and Mmrc one tottlt free tree .fal
much evidence of !goods bought at company's store are lac per gallon !... than wine delivered Mt
1903-06 : both on account of heavy overburden piety.Ietropolis.
. Is-: ducer. During the winter of panyadopted the only measure possi- charge VrjucP bout or drayagr All of my bottle are felt IMMM All rtaxWnlbrands
'? this rate was continued, and this com- ble for their protection, and that in and 'physical conditions which will Oh yes it does. I of whi.xies sold over my bar at roc ocr dimk-10 fromi y !<.*.. % far ,... All
wines. quoted on application We also curry cheaper liqain thaa tbtwr ...tal. *'V" pany: and Its connections sunk a considerable adopting it we had solely in view their tend to make mining difficult and The Ocala Banner never prints a I p ice on large quantities. ; packed any win dm red. Money reH 4e4 W..4satisfdctory. .

<*:' sum of money entirely in the welfare and prosperity.We slow. I:I sensational article and turns its face .

interests of the Florida producer. If submit these facts for your information At present there is no constructionor like flint against scandal or anything mm mi? AND LIQUOR COMPANY

,r. this company could have. reduced its with the promise that we development work in progress : approaching scandal. *35 W Bay St. Jacksonville, Fta.a. '

,j rates from Florida points to the western hall not pursue any controversy on which will in any way materially Increase j I i It may be said of the Qcala Banner, .-->>. "'" -' 7.:':;* :::.--.1, --'Ji.c-: : -. -.h_ o__ c:._

>I' markets\ without incurring a deficit the subject, for while we are always the output during 1906; there las Father Sheehan in his book, "Un

:/> between its receipts and expenditures ready and willing to advise with our are ,rumors of new plants shortly going der the Cedars and the Stars," says 1I I 1, 11r"r"r"r"r'r'r"r'r"'r""tr"r'1r"r'1"'r""rrI " ', ', ', " !" " "

k it would have cheerfully done patrons:: individually, and to discuss up, and even should these rumors of the writings of Edgar Allen Poe. I I -

i:: so, as its entire aim has been to develop any and all subjects of their interest prove true these plants could hardlybe I I this delightful writer says: 1 1I
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the fruit and vegetable industries with'them, we make it a rule to makeno placerd on a producing basis before I "The most timid and reserved of Cold Storage.
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:z t in the Florida East' Coast railway reply to criticisms generally. the close of 1906. I young men might read the works of II j jI

f. ; and to carry the products of the Yours truly, With these facts in hand it is safe 'I Poe right through a Boston literary

.. Florida grower at as low a figure as J. P. BECKWITH, to predict that the present prevailing I circle, or at a family party after

:-. it could possibly do without incurring Traffic :Manager. prices will undoubtedly hold their own j tea or to a group of ladies on some I tta Of f MeatsWe ....er

.. Ids:>, and with the constant demand for j i balcony at a seaside hotel, might read i
',' remembered that the Another Story About George and the j producers who have not already plac- i through without a blush, or a stammer 1- ;
It must be I '' -..... ......
/. freight from Florida, on the line of Little Hatchet.An ed their entire output for 1906 and ear- or a single: look in advance tentative .- -

;1:.:!. this road' consists entirely of fruits ly 190 deliveries, will unquestionablyobtain 'I' of a rude word,. or a dangerous Fi beg to Announce to_the.pub.. r

f:" and vegetables, and that to pay the I ancient tree was recently discovered even better prices for their line." ire- ::

f current expenses of the road and meet in Virginia, and importance is product-H. E. lIe inger in the I You can say this of a very few ::; lie that we are r ady to cure r

Its the rates charged I attached to the find. In addition to American Fertilizer. poets or a very, few newspapers. ...
: fixed charges, I Y :=: -
, for freight must depend, up to a certain gallons of sweet honey waiting for the :; MEATS. We guarantee e
3 point on the amount of business hot cakes, was discovered a hatchet Sweeter Than a Spring Flower.' Frank Clark Still Busy. -- --

f containing the letters, "G. W." It is -
, : Furthermore offered. It must be remembered claimed that George Washington surveyed The Ocala Banner, looked very fine Congressman Frank Clark has introduced :-:: satisfaction and solicit your pat- .

'. that there is no road in the United this land once upon a tune, and last Sunday with its special 'telegraph a bill to establish a national :r: :r:

_ : States which depends so much on of course the hatchet found the other news, and there is a marked Improve- military park and branch soldiers' ::: ronage. ---

" I climatic conditions to enable it to meet day once upon a time must 'have belonged ment in its appearance. The Banner home at Olustee. It was referred_ to -. --

:. its expenditures as the Florida East to George. It is probable that promised improvement and it is cer- the committee on military affairs and .rr -- i

freeze this is the same hatchet George used tainly keeping its word.-Gainesville ordered printed.
Coast railway. If there is a

f 3 ..1 'whlch destroys the pineapple, vegetable upon the cherry tree-hiding the hat- Sun. .. Spoiled Her Beauty. Ocala Ice Hi !
the chet in the tree from his father after
) or orange crop, it means Harriet Howard of 209 W. 34th St. '
, lox: of thousands of dollars to the he did the cherry tree act. This Strayed-from my place at Martel, New York at one time had her beauty :: ::
" would show that George 'was up to a large Jersey cow, no mark or brand; spoiled with skin trouble. She writes: ,

i read. snuff, and was not the good boy his- one horn brass tipped, other tip lost. j"I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for Co. .
t Again, the volume of freight coming 1 I years, but nothing would cure it, un- i fuel
i Into Florida over- this line of road depends torians would have .us believe whenhe off. Any information leading to hex til I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve." A
t I quick and sure healer for cuts, burns
confessed "I did it with little recovery will suitably rewarded. D., I
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of the my.
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very largely on I { and sores. 25c at Tydings & Co., drug
z: fruit and vegetable crops- going out i hatchet."-Apalachicala Tlmes.i1"1f' A. Clark Martel, Fla. 1-16-ti! store. m _1II!! IIIlllllIIIhIIIJIU' j iJi'ji1jll111Jlljlll11l11l11'!! l jl'll"1'ji'jll' f
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-.. ... THE OCALA BANNER: ,* FRIDAY JANUARY 26, 1906. __
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r .' UNCLE EPHRIAN'S IDEA ABOUT IT. BAPTISTS AT' BARTOW A BIG BOUQUET FOR MARION. r When Swearing is Useful. '

I 1 I y .- Sfrauss'Roy

Te the Editor of Ocala Banner: i nev. E. S. Rogers Re-Elected Presi Rich, .Beautiful .and ..Fragrant-The Mindful of how bad the habit is.
,
The school- of "Higher Criticism" dent-Best Attendance in the Breeders' Gazette Tells of Our but calculating on. an experience of

forty years we stand pat in saying
have proven to their ,entire satisfaction I History of the Assiciation. J Luxurious Climate, Rich + ra
J I that the editor of the Pickens (S. C.)

: ,0- that the Book DanIel and other i Bartow, Jan. 18.-The Baptist Soil and Richer Possibilities Sentinel-Jo Thal knows exactjy wherehe l Reserve

'
"s books of the Old Bible have no :.church was filled to overflowing by 10 .. is at ana' plunks the nial squarelyon

foundation in fact that they are_ fabulous '. a. m. when the gavel of- President the head in the following item: t 1 1 I

: S." B. Rogers fell calling the State Florida is without doubt a great Young men don't swear. There is 1
myths, entitled to no credence or
\ 'I Baptist Convention to order. state. People fly to it to escape the no occasion' for it outside of the print-
> consideration. Among other things,
Dr. W. A. Nelson pastor of the rigors of the northern winter.and under ing office where it is useful when then
A .they have established the fact (?) that ,'
First Baptist church,. Orlando, read the blue empyrean dome bask i paper is behind time. It also comes OCALA MINING UBOH4TOBY.
the Book of Daniel was written 400 .
a'f years after\ the death of the so-called the twelfth chapter of Romans, offeredan the effulgence of all-powerful bright handy in proof reading and is indispensable P. T. SCHREIBER. '

earnest prayer' to_ God for his Phoebus. Meanwhile the soft winds when the ink works bad and '. J
Chemist Member -
prophet DanieL And'many other Consulting and Analytical
spirit to help the convention in its I gently waft to the tired and straining the press begins to buck. It is some- of the Society pf Chemical Industry. London .
things equally astounding have these Enff Member of the Ameaican Chem- .
work. nostrils the visitors from the froz *
times brought Into use when the foreman -
ical Soctety.
wise and learned mea found out in
The convention re-elected Rev. S. en North the rare aroma of citrus; is mad, and it has been known P. O ROZ 703. .
regard to the Old Bible.
B.- Rogers, president, Hon. C. A. Car- fruits as though from a garden of the to entirely remove the tired feeling
It must have taken a great deal of OCALA 1 FLA. Oc 22.1901(
son, vice president Rev. Dr..L. D. Geiger gods, and the gorgeous coloring of the of the editor when he looks over the .
time and laborious research to estab- ,

lish all these facts, and Uncle Eph- corresponding secretary and sub-tropic flowers, the magnificent I I paper after it is printed. Outside the Messrs. :Strauss:; & Co, Wholesale Whisky .

treasurer and Rev. S. C. Reynolds recording grandeur of the great oaks and the printing office it Is a foolish thing.
riam hopes they are happy over it, Merchants Ocala Tla
secretary. fimbriate featheriness of the palms t ,
-and will reap their reward, whatever. j
that may be. The reports of the committees on complete a scene entrancingly beau Gentlemen. In accordance with your

obligations and aged ministers :were tiful to the eye and soothing, to the Do You Wish to *
But why should these learned men
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presented by Dr. W. A. Nelson and senses. All this calls loudly for immi nstrnctions, I visitfdycuriaicliciiFe|: m, ;
labor and delve among the musty old .
II. S. Stephens. It Is a mild expression gration and forces it, but only at set the 19lh instant and selected '
archives of past ages, To what end? MAKE MONEYs personally ,
to say they were good. seasons of the year; but the ephemeralnature
What do they expect to accomplish, from stock a sample of .
By request of the convention Rev. of the transient invasion a your
and what reward havf they? i
Dr. S. C. Mullens addressed the con northerners, while greatly beneficial, is Growing Good Watermellons
What if old Daniel never lived 01 I
vention on the elements of success in not all that Florida in its possession Next Year "Strauss' l .
wrote, 'never was cast into the lion'den Royal Reserve" \
the makeup of a preacher. Dr. Mul of wonderful agricultural and horticultural '
If Jonah never swallowed the FROM EDEN SEED? .
lens is one of the great men of the possibilities deserves. The future
whale, or Joshua blew a ram's horn at whisky the of
analysis which shows
south and will rank first-class any of Florida is clearly mirrored in it to .
Jericho. What. if these learned and
where and among any people. That the crystal spring of its own reseurces.. contain: '
t scientific men succeed in proving the If so I can help you start right by supplyingseed -
address will be a dream of future joy Small wonder is it that the eccentric at a reasonable price. ,
: whole of the Holy Scriptures without Last spring the ravages of rats forced melon Alcohol (by weight), per cent . :.36.66 ",
to men who give their money to boyswho old Spanish knight Ponce de plant my watermelon crop three times before a
foundation or fact and by undermining stand was secured. Consequently my melons Alcohol (by volume), per cent. . .43.61
are struggling with the problemof sought high and low, far and near, in
delving and digging out the foundations ripened i too late for profitable shipment and Degree proof, per cent .. . .87,10
c getting an education and are handicapped this enchanted land for the fabledI instead of allowing them to decay I saved seed
of the Christian church cause m the following painstaking manner frlm perfectly Residue on evaporation, p cent.. _. . O.CtJO
by poverty. fountain of youth. But it is not on its .
: sized and IJed selected
K the whole of the grand old structureto I cetmelons.shaped the first on live rip vines. mar- Ash, per cent. . . . . . 0.011
It will stimulate munificent endowment by bountifulnature
topple and fall into. a mass of every preacher l a i Both ends of each melon were cut oft and Reducing sugar, per cent. . . . 0.2t5 ... ..> ;
energize them to dig out of their bibles alone that Florida now awakening thrown away the melon split and the perfectly
chaotic ruins. What then? When matured seed taken from the renter and dried Volatile acids,per cent. .. ,... . 0.027 ,
and their fields a success which to its greatness, depends entirely with seed saued *
spehral care. No were from Amyl alcohol fusel oil
they have demolished this old Templf decayed melons. ( ), percent. . 0.073
will help everywhere.The for its forward march. Its citrus
I of ours, and turned ,us out into the guarantee these seed to be strictly first class
report of the secretary Rev. i groves its December strawberries, its and asjgood as have ever been grown, The above results show the whisky to bea
_: cold, have they a grander and more As to responsibility I re6er to any mere a
Dr. Geiger, emphasized the activitiesand i winter vegetables and its pineapples,
chanttle or responsible business
agency concern blended
carefully brand of
glorious Temple ready for us to enter high grade
energies of the Florida Baptistsin its

Into the Or Christian will they family leave the shelterless millionsof his reporjff The total disbursements "Lands of palm and southern pine; 75c per pound and that it has been disstilled from a clean, pure grain mash.-

homeless, helpless and hopeless? of his board were over $41,000, Its lands of palm, of orange. blossom The amount of fusel oil and of volatile'acids is very l low.

an advance over last year of severalthous ,
From the foundation of the world, Respectfully,
nd dollars. This money was Of olive aloe, and maize and vine." Henry D. Still
all nations and peoples have had sonn F. T. SCHREIBER Chemist.
expended for church building, assist are but an earnest of the full fruitionof ,
r king of religion; some form of wore Blaokville, S. C.
ing weak churches in paying pastor'ssalaries its glory. It is the establishment of
ship of an Invisible supreme being,
and in supporting missionaries : the agricultural stock growing industries Eden Seed.
that they look up to, and reverence L
in part or all in destitute fields. that shall make the magnifi FOUR FULL QUARTS S3.50 EXPRESS
aa their God., it wag ao from the be- PREPAID
Bartow, the noble, the good, we will 1 cence ot Florida resources plain to
: ginning. From the time when thE: I
never forget our experience here mankind. It Will
morning stars sung together, and all
among her good people. May all our At the Florida state fair held last
: "the sons of God shouted for joy." Since
conventions be blessed with such a year at Tampa a prize of $ ,000 was
Abel offered his first sacrifice to thrLord.
gracious host. offered for the best display of- any
And will be so to the end o<
The attendance is immense, considerIng county's products. This most liberal STRAUSS & CO.Sole
time. It is Inherent, implanted by th Pay You !

Creator in all human beings, from the he width of the territory perhaps premium was won by Marion county, .

the best in the history of fifty and ih the accounting of the judges
lowest type of humanity to the highest
years of its life that county was awarded the full Owners and Distributors.
The yearning and longing of the immortal You have Real Estate
The spirit of the convention is the number of points for agricultural products I IF any
soul for an existence which it to sell '
best-not a caustic remark has yet cereals and live stock. The OCALA -
feels must be its destiny after the FLORIDA
fallen, not an unkindness shown its herdsman and the dairymaid are destined
death of the mortal soul.Dot't .
good cheer. It's let's do better, do to become before \long the greatest ORYou're .
you see, my very wise and
more for the Master next year. Today factors in Marion county's pro t
scientific masters that, we are obliged
toil be a day of toil to finish business, gress, their work crowning with the thinking of coming
to have' some kind of religion? Wf
and tomorrow we will in a body go to finished product the labors of the far IIto Florida for a home, McMillan Bros.
r cannot get along without it. We want r
Arcadia and see our orphans and how mer. Marion: county with a climate
it and need It. The
religion of Jesu I
,
the good people enjoy 'this "splendidwork.Tlmes that is gently moist and very equablein OR
s Christ is a part of our very lives am

beings. The foundation of our government -Union. temperature, is a veritable garden ; You desire to invest in any Southern Copper Works i
I spot for the culture of all foodstuffs, 'IF I
and laws. Our bulwarks kind of Florida property

s against anarchy and despotism. Ou Grand Lodge Adjourns. including the cassava, that go to make Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills=

stock keeping pleasarit and profitable.The ,
stay and comfort in this life, and the TO SEE and '
The grand lodge of ,Masons, which bright shafts of the sun that General Metal l Workers.
foundationof our hope for a blessed OR WRITE
I met in Jacksonville the past week has make strawberries ripen in Decemberwill
Immortality. It is a good enough re- <
adjourned.The put growth into calves, shotes
ligion. A good one to live by, and r and
I Masonic order has been more lambs if they are merely allowed to J. H.lIYINGnON &SONS
blessed one to die with. Then
why Old
prosperous in Florida during the past satisfy their appetites on the products Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
try to demolish It. Why trouble '
selves about its origin. What if your year than ever before in its history. of the teeming soil. Marion county OCALA. FLORIDA. through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
you wire will
The report on finances was most eii :- wants more set ers. It has proved its receive prompt attention at either of the
cannot
verify all that the old
have written prophet: cellent and it was announced that prodigious resources by actual demonstration following works .
in
regard to Jesus Christ
I charters had been issued to six new -the surest of all guarantees.
I or trace his ancestry in a direct line J
I lodges during the year. -Chicago Breeder's Gazette. FAYETTE ILLE N.
back to Adam? Or doubt His being LUMBERHOUGH C. SAVANNAH 6A '-
I The following officers were elected: ,
the son of the Great Jehovah by the Cured JACKSONVILLE FLA
I. Dr. Charles W. Johnson, Grand Master Lumbago.A. # MOBILE, ALA

virgin Mary Why not_ accept the Jacksonville. B. Canman, Chicago, writes

Christian religion as we do the many i March 4, 1903. "Having been troubled -
Elmer E. Haskell, Deputy GrandMaster with and
lumbago at different times
other ,
good things the
i
Almighty has
Palatka. and tried one physician after another,
blessed us with, "without questioning, then different ointments and liniments DRESSED

and with thankful hearts?" I Louis C.Iassar, Senior Grand gave it up altogether. So I tried once\ Dry Siding, Flooring and Ceilin We Never '
Warden, Orlando.
I more and got a bottle of Ballard's Disappoint Our Patientswolff
It
matters little however if
you as a Albert W. Gilchrist Junior Grand Snow Liniment, which gave me almost '
class don't 'like it. You are free to I instant relief. I can cheerfully rec- B. H.
Seymour Every
I I I Warden, Punta Gorda. ommend it, and will add my name to I Mold aessi

plan and adopt a better religion if you Dr. II. Robinson,. Grand Treasurer, your list of sufferers." 8&rle&ur.. ffitf4 _., s-, .

I can. You have precedents by the bar- Sold by all druggists. m Ocala.Fla. cured never to .tnru,wltho.., MIIsr .. '
Jacksonville.
relfull. Mahomet didn't like it, and I -.-......-........--....--.............-....-- Tlco. asst atl..I.a&; ssH "
Wilber P. Webster, Grand Secretary, Being Sued for Libel. Tile Dr.Lint Medical c..U M ta.tttll&loa: wmEeJESr tti
hence
the Mohammedan lawiof
religion with I .
Jacksonville.Rev. ""ataBlaareitiaU
McIVER a ".TOMM.ehrwUidw.aW1DrTK.Tk
its doctrine of Kismet. Joe Smith established and MACKA this n.. o. founder o t
W. B. G. Wilkie Grand t \1 laetltatlooIittteebleteonulta :aiut. t4taJa 4tt 4
the Mormon' Chaplain Messrs. Carter and Russel, proprietors I b,a tuff of tuiaeBiDhTEiriani..S.JZ
church 'IIreuu.
with
Dunedin. 'ff the Jacksonville { (t OtulasoN/1.tbstreatmettof ebroale disuu II WVJA
polygamy as one of its chief corner r .t led: w.tad Doti meci1cal aid e1M&rte&l..aeleL
'
Rev. H. S. Yerger, Grand Orator j IetroPOliS'1 OorofBccu equipped with a.1 s lie t. ..
R are being sued in the 1 iueaUrtrtttu. lar&4I, '-'s.
stones. And ._
now, Mary 'Baker Eddy 1 A /t Ala tea.X.a.ytoles rot,and )'lnaearay: la taet eYIrJ tteal
has Jacksonville. ( court for $10,000 damages by Mrs. eolltrtU"knows h the medial prufweivn. Oar NattadssN
Inaugurater
F a religion which is to IIIOdel'D 111 ,
Z. T. Merritt Grand Marshal Buena Frank envy respect and w. "ploJ 11011. boo th e 0
banish E. Butler whose maiden nameis &rained dad emel.. aUelul..ta.
"sickness and sorrow, pain and Vista. fad ltceD..4 1aI1I.a.1 betas I.eM"regalrrlysaufed. rra4U'

death" from the face of the earth. Annie Oakley, by which name she t// W. employ 110 wlai.sdiag .faa 10 'ears' patt.... D4
George B. Glover, Senior Grand Deacon is famous all over the country as the ...(\ I \"\".. 'S' bCbl pan'nstge.-aoC.O.A'.ortalikedtor, 11..0.HilI
+ And the old prophet Elijah comes forth FUNERALDIRECTORS III tll't1iUOa. Oor tame tlW Crean.. ..ev.rarZ, from NJy
Monticello. to 11O.ooer
crack shot of world. IbQDtt.lIIedteiuIIIIOIade4j <
the and >
W"lft the sNsh
s from the#misty shadows of the past, a. sacs of a care within a lpecUIe4 site..
and James E. Crane, Junior Grand Deacon The Metropolis along with a great MY l BEST RffEREliClI9.1 CHRONIC aaf
proclaims that he is "full bent"on DISEASES 't. Mma.
M1 U care 4 .
Tampa. ctmJ
reforming' world if .it fakes a many other newspapers in the country c'n I\W DNllD BE I each Rupture u Kidney iiydro. l and.. UUddv trouped, &"ma.tttMaMl...*
J. II. Richbourg Dralaa. LOMC. .
Grand eu.
Standard printed an article stating that And -1- WOlLCUUtDI.ewe.., Tumors aid all FrjT Ie
billion of dollars. 0 and maUgnwl
fiddle de dee. Let $ Catarrb ,f JM
'4 our religion alone. You are free to Bearer, Crestview. nie Oakley was seen drunk on the Have a full stock of Coffins Casket N. K. KING N. D. Chronic NOM, Throat.DUeue Head and of Langa Women):taea= $J Ky* anA )Ih/( :i

P. S. Thompson, Grand Sword Bearer -, streets of Chicago and that she stolea and Burial Outfits. 8Dt'ciaI'giv'en to CHIU COIIIUTIIiIG PttnIOWL UdnuarslDtsebarzessodsacs. weakstttei u of ireneB.InisJafaaww _'
and Mll..n. ;
come "play in our yard, budon't t Write IISt.0-4&Jr.p condttloc if .
Burial services.Embalming you a sick or sCllete&.
Quincy. aeD4 0It r.g.at T|
tear down our playhouse. pair ,of trousers and pawned them. o rOil flU l1wr ,tDe1l141D.'Jmpteaa bluh tor home trea\ll eat 1

; W. R Iligdon, Senior Grand Stew- This story is indignantly denied by to Order COKSOLTATIONIXAHINATION AND ADVICfftpt: r :1!
UNCLE EPHRIAM. DDd KING MEDIOAL fctustts'ta
CO" I
ard, Gainesville. Miss Oakley and says that the pub- --..- m__ ___ _h __ __. mt reth.ree Sts AtlalttoGae a

H. X. Sweeting, Junior Grand Steward- lication of the article has been Injurious
Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L. D.
Of Waverly Texas writes: "Of a ard, Tallahassee.W. to his character and reputa Jerry Burnett =

morning, when first I M. -
arising often Williams, Grand Pursuivant, tion..
find a troublesome collection of phel- Fruitland.

egm which produces a cough and is Merchant
very hard to dislodge; but a small John W. Capper, Grand Tyler Jack )[r. Nathaniel Adams in his letter I

quantity will at once o fBallard's dislodge Horehound it, and the'Syrup trou sonville. to the governor giving his reasons for I I S. A. STANDLEY & CO

ble is over. I know of no medicine resigning from the Board of Control !

that is equal to it. and it Is so pleas Sickening Shivering Fits. makes some pretty strong points Tailoring.

ant to take. I can most cordially recommend or Ague and Malaria can be relieved
it to all persons needing a and cured with Electric Bitters. This against the action of the board in i i Ocala, Florida. ,, Pingacle of Human SkilL\\ \

mrdiclnu for throat or lung trouble." is a pure tonic medicine; of especial taking the university from Lake Cityto >< C 1

Sold 'by aU druggists. m benefit in malaria for it exerts a true Gainesville and nearly Finest /
as Imported
strong and
i curative influence on the disease, driv lias
been
Fortieth Anniversary. ing it entirely out of the system. It, is against keeping up any university at Domestic Cloths. reached in our carriages,

much to be preferred to Quinine, hay all-Pensacola Journal. buggies .
ing none of this drug's bad after Cutting and harness. The only way
Our very much esteemed contemporary effects. E. S. Monday, of HenriettaTexas I a Specialty Y

the Ocala Banner, will eel writes: "My brother was very Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the Best Fits Guaranteed.Education \ they can ever be better Is to raise the t
law with malarial fever and jaundices Made. -
ebrate its fortieth anniversary thi till he took Electric Bitters. which "In my opinion Chamberlain's Cough pinna:>le-elente the standard-and

year. We beg to suggest the holding saved his life. At Tydings & Co, drugstore Remedy is the best made for colds,"

'. of a special-or the annualmeetlngof ; price SOc guaranteed. m says Mrs. Cora Walker of Porterville, r- ** ; ; even then our vehicles>ill be found

the Florida Press Association at Miss' Edith Platt gave a mall, Informal its California.being the There best. is No no other doubt will about cure by Malloremployment :::.tr at the top. They are not so high U

Ocala on the date of the a cold so quickly. No other. is so sure 9 tt 1
anniversary tea Wednesday afternoon in a preventive of pneumonia. No other Ho tearing borne to get an e*> prices, though, as to be ont of reaci
so that Frank Harris' admiring fellow her studio on South Second street. is so pleasant and safe to take. These fafinn 8ook Ctilue only span time rtndying at home* .

craftsmen may assemble and assist About a half dozen of.her lady friends are preferred good reasons why it Should be Grammar- eeptog,Bhetoiic, Arithmetic,Science, Algebra,WstoI'1I.atiu.ew(Geometry,. 5- 5 of most vehicle users. Let ns quote

him to celebrate, to any other. The fact iS TkarMkIy Tant t'y Mlt Teacben aided
-St. Augustine Rec you figures.
were with her and the afternoon was that few people are satisfied with any to.oyaml..tJolI&10 yra of gaccesi Catatocna

I ord. very pleasant other after having once used _this rem: I free.eddre&y1I..RIME9PalstksFla,

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THE OCALA BANNER, PAGE ELEVEN. _
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PERMANENT meadows Back From the Convention. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. rotgstozmL.IC. .
TO --- ----- -- -
CO-RESPONDENTS: rnkfldC;
PI i should have .- D FULL ER. I_ F. aLALOCK,
an annual Under and by virtue of a cetarin L$5
I Rev. C. C Carroll returned home decree in Chancery made and enteredon D0LLK2 &: UNLOCK.DentMs. .

__. dressing of 500 pounds aturday afternoon from the state the 24th day of' January. 1906, by nnnmJJJ BANK DEPOSIT
the Honorable. S. Bullock, Judgeof
p-.:r acre of a fertilizer containing Baptist Bartow convention which was, held at All Communications must be the circuit court of the Fifth Ju- Over- Muaroe & ChamblUh, lUiik Ocala! ,Fla. take R. R.. on Fre tuitxa.Pud BEST N?**

and paid u* a very pleasant Gicial circuit of Florida sittingin and cheapest on earth. Don't detoy. Wme.-,.

eleven per cent. POTASH call. Mr, Carroll says 'that the convention aftereoon Chancery for Marion county, in a I .K.BlGG->. _.._ ,EOaG1A.AIJ.BMABUSESSCOU14E! .Wcu.c.&
in by Wednesday to
I certain cause therein pending wherein -
t-id ten per cent available in every way was delightful Gordon S. Scott, as Receiver of the ArrORXEY-AT.LAW. --- --

acid. and profitable. That in the way of appear in current issue of t>cala Building and Loan Associationis (Office in Gary-Agnew Block.) NOTICE.
osphoric --
I missionary complainant, and Herman Moses OCALA FLORiDA
contributions, contributionsto and others are defendants I will, on Notice of Application for lx Deed

f' This will gradually force out the Orphanage home and other Weekly. Monday, the M. THOMPSON Under Section 8 Chapter 8334,

matters that the 5th Day of March, 1906, J .:..- Laws of Florida.
snur grasses and mosses from Ocala church stoodat the same being the first :Monday in PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Notice is hereby given that Thoraa

the top of the list. That duringthe M'INTOSH ITEMS. the month and a legal sale day, offer Office Lawton, purchaser if Tax Certificate
over )lontesU1DLOCAIA
t the meadows, and bring good hours of the convention it was announced for sale to the highest and best bidder Teapot Grocery Opp No. 196. dated the :nd day of June. A.

for cash, before the -court house FLA. D.. 190!. has filed said certificate U
grasses and clovers; thus in- that a mortgage of $550 rest Mrs. G. Houly, from Chicago,* IlL, door in Marion County, Florida between my office and baa made appllcaU

the ed on the Orphan's home and in five and :Miss Mary Houly, from ?Mt Sterling the legal hours of sale the following EDWIN SPENCER._ for tax deed to issue in accordant
creasing quality as well as described lands in Marion with law. Said certificate embrace
.. minutes or less time J1.130 largely Ky., came last week to get out County, Florida to-wit: ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, the following described property situated .

: the quantity of the hay.Our more than enough to pay off the mortgage of the cold, and will remain throughthe The northwest quarter of the lot OCALA. ,y-8-y FLORIDA in Marion county Ftyrida. !*.
I or block of land lying immediately wit Northeast
: SUI
quarter
practical book, "Farmer's Guide was donated. Other church winter with Capt. B. F. Dorsey and .except
south of and adjoining the lot or blockon acres section :3. township IS. south.
t five* valuable! facts for every sort of crop- contributions poured in in the same family. which the Ocala High School J K. CHASE. I Range 22 East. US acres. The saU
: r.i ll i* oi.e of a number of stands and is erected ,
uig. books on' liberal manuer. An excursion was :Miss Hemphill, from Princeton, Ky., Building now land being assessed at the date of tk e -
'oixreful lertilization which we send on re- and being bounded on the north by DENTIST issuance of such certificate In Ute
g flJr.tL: fire of any cost or obligation to any taken to Arcadia on Friday to visit 13 visiting her sister. Mrs. J. L. Wil South Sixth street; on the east by lot OCALA FLrA.RLOS name cf Thomas James. Unles taU

f i IT w l 110 ii11 write u,> for them. the Home and their reception, Mr. Car lis. 't of land heretofore sold to E. H. Hel- certificate ahall be redeemed according
I IAddms venston by the Trustees of the said L. S1STRDNR.J to law tax deed Hill Issue theresa
erR AN KALI WORKS. II roll says, was the most cordial he Mrs. Taylor from :Xicholasville Ky., Ocala High School; on the south by \ on the 29th day o* January A. D.

few lork- J Na&MU Slrut, ur had ever witnessed. The excursionists sister of our popular and prosperous lot belonging to Mrs. Musie Bullock. ATTORNEY-AT-L1W.
AiUnu. Ua.-22,4 s... Broad Street and on the west by Pond street or 1906.Witness my official signature aid :- -
were given a big dinner and hunches merchant, J. K. Christian, and motherof Room t. Mae-uic Building
much thereof be sufficient -
so as
may seal this the Tth day of December, A.
were prepared for them to take Miss :Mary Taylor one of our successful to satisfy the said final decree I I D. 1805.

r Mrs. M. M. Little Wins Prize Offered back with them on their return trip teachers in the McIntosh high and costs of court. I MISS B. N.SINCLAIR, Seal.] S. T. SISTRUNK.
H. M. Hampton, Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County.
: in Jacksonville Sun. and many boxes of oranges were distributed school. came the_ latter pan of last 1-26- Special Master in Florida. U-29.

among them. Besides visitingthe week, and will visit Mr. Christian's Chancery.Assessor's STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER

: In Saturday's Jacksonville Sun it Home the delegates, visited some family and other relatives here. Notice.I and Notary Public. NOTICE.I .

was announced that Mrs. II. M. Little of the immense orange groves nearby Mrs. John Withrow returned from Special attention to out of Town Work

and returned home with a most charm- Eustis Saturday and will return there will be at the following places on Commercial Bank. Ocala, Fla. Taxes are due and payable 'D the firs* .
of Ocala had won the prize offered time specified to receive returns of Monday of No\ember of each jear.
ing impression of that section of and little the ...
with her husband son property and agricultural statistics. 2. Personal *d poll taxes matt tw paid at the
by that publication for the best Florida.' Mr. Carroll was accompanied latter part of the week. Meet me with correct descriptionsof came time that real esUte i* paid oa,U a.-
This contest has been your property and will never John White Co. sesstnenU are to the same party.
you
story- on for
| by Mrs. Carroll and their little Mrs. Davidson and Miss Ida Turnip-
have any trouble. LOUISVILLE KY.EriablIaWI831 3. It possible come in person to pay *MI ,
several weeks. The name of Mrs. Lit- daughter. Mrs. J. G. Spurlin who also seed of South Carolina are visiting January, 1906. taxes. I'ayiogby mail or through other partie

*Io', story is 'The Point of Tryst," and atended the convention from Ocala their father Judge J. O. Turnipseed, Martel. 22. al: m. 111111.aarte& Jdce is frequently unsatisfactory.
Cotton Plant, 22 p. m. ptidforn* 4.'hen you come to pay your taxes brit a
It will be published In the Sun next for few with her description from your deed or latest tax
,, stopped over a days of this place. Heidtsville, 23, 10 a. m. tu 2 p. m. FURSand of what wish receipt
week. The winner of the prize foi friend :Mrs.' Ramsdell Lakeland Dunnellon. 24. you to pay on.
at Ga. is
Miss: Forrester of Atlanta, Don't wait till last few
day.of time
Hides. 5. to
Romeo, 25, 11 a. m. to 2 m. *ajr.
the best poem Is Almeda Wright Dris and Miss Hattie Moody, of Memphis, visiting Miss Artie Baldwin. Blitchton 26 p. then expect the beat serrice either by mad .r
,
a. m.
cZsI 1 he h U then
person. ra on and delays are
I, c ohl, of Braidentown, whose poem, Tennessee, who had been with relatives John B. Walkup James Mixon andF. Kendrick, 29, a. m. unavoidable. You must take your turn as itcomes

-Baby Bess," \\as declared to be th :Martin, 29! p. ni. .
in Ocala for some weeks, went E. Smuak have gone to Gulf Ham
Lowell, 30, a. m. r 6. You must have
NOTICE. your property properly u. -
I Lest one sent in to the Sun. from Bartow to Cuba, where she is mock for a ten day's fish hunt.A Reddick, 30, p. m. sessed.if you wish to avoid trouble in payment
r. Mrs. Little's friends congratulate Fairfield, 31, a. m. of taxes. The collector cannot alter the **.-
interested in the missionary work. that Clark
recent telegram states
Irvine, 31, p. -m. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial ation or description of usseMments found on the
her on her splqndid<<: literary abilities Walkup of na)* more is better, but February, 1S06.Flemlngton. Circuit of Florida, in and tax book. E. L.CARNEY. Tax Collector.
for Marion 10175 m Marion County, Ocala, Ft$a.
and will all be anxious to read her The Ocala automobilists, who started another telegram from Mrs. Robinson, 1. a. m. County-In

Central, 2, a. m. Chancery. f
prlxe story. from the city early Monday mornIng who
oldest daughter of Dr. Walkup, 2 -
Geiger,
p. m. NOTICE APPLICATION
The Judges in this contest were Rev. overland, to witness the great lives at Seven Oaks, says she is seriously Mcintosh, 3, p. m. Nancy A. Jones Complainant J. TO SELL MINOR'S LAND.FOR LEAVE.

T. Henry Blenus, Rev. Edward F. Ley auto racing at Ormond will get a ill, and wants her father at Shady Grove, 5, av m. B. Jones, Defendant. Order for con
Santos, 5, p. m. structive service.It .
and Rev. J. Lawton Moon, all of Jack- good deal of experience before the: once, he being in Baltimore with his Belle! view, 6. :..* is ordered that the Defendant- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT OX Til* -
> of December. A. D I will :
tsonvIlIe. and they were given the stor- return. Mr. II. C. Jones, who wen son. The doctor and family have the Pedro, 7. a. m. herein named, to-wit: J. B. Jones be ply tojthe Honorable Joseph Bell 1905 cuunty judge ae>
Levon, 7, 'P. m. and he is hereby required to Uland
ies and numbered and were not far Astor returned home Wednesday it appearto for Marion county, slate of Honda at
poems as as sympathy of a host of friends, and
Summerfield, 8, a. m. the Bill of Complaint filed in this his office in Ocala in said county, for an order
aware of the author's names until after morning. Mr. Jones says that, is to be hoped we will hear much better Candler, 8, p. m. cause on or before Monday. the authorizing me,, guardian of the minor. W4-
Oklawaha, if p. m. 5th day of March 1906 liam Ross chamber, to tell at private sale die
they had made the awards. In nearly the whole country is under water news before many hours. I following property belonging to said estate to-
Eastlake 10 -
a. m. I It ,is further ordered that a copy
their letter to the editor of the Sun and in addition to its being alread: Miss Mary Walkup led the Christian Wiersdale, 10, p.' m. I of this order be published once a cornerof wit: Twenty the Arredonda chains square Grant in in the bectton northeast twes. -

these gentlemen say: flooded, the Ocala autoist encountered Endeavor successfully last Wednesday; Linadale: a. m. week for four consecutive weeks in 11 (ao' Township twelve da) south. Ranee
Dradys, 12, noon. I the Ocala Banner a newspaper pub- twenty one (ai) east,containing forty (4(,) acres
"In our very careful examination of heavy rains nearly all the way. Mr. : evening: and had quite a good atten- Moss Bluff 13 a. m. lished in said county and state. more or lest

every contribution presented there Jones decided to return home as the dance. Electra 13, p. m. I This 19th day of January 1S06. Said land belonging to the said minor. U W
Lynne, 14, a. m. S. T. Sistrunk. sold for the best interest of said roinoi utu
number seemingly of almost effort too much for the I This the 15th day of Novemoer. .
were quite a was pleasure Mis. William M. Gist entertained Grahamville, 14, 1 to 3 p. m. Clerk Circuit Court Marion County, MARY G. CHAMBERS.. 1905.IM7 Guardut.

r equal merit, and by a process of but the others, Messrs Robinson, Saturday afternoon at her elegant Connor, 14. 3 to 5 p. m. I Florida.
Churchill, 15, p. m. Edwin Spencer. Complainant's Solici
.r careful sitting and comprehensiv Spencer, Gates, Smith and Lang kept home in honor of her guest, Miss Mary Eureka 16, a. m. i tor. i-26-5t ADMINISTRFAOR'S NOTICE. \

criticism we finally decided upon th speeding on though they" lid not break Walker. Daisy, 16, p. m.

selections numbered 61 and 65. OUt the world's record. They expected to Rev. Sam J. White, pastor of the Fort McCoy, 17, a. m. i-" --
Pine (school house) 17, p. In. ii NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO AU.
decision was entirely from a point o reach their destination some time Christian Church, preached two able Orange Springs 21, p. m. iI i whoold claims of any kind against
tne estate of James Hattoa Howard late vt Mar.
literary merit." Tuesday night or early Wednesda> sermons yesterday and last night to Citra Sparr,, 22.23.Anthony iI I ion county deceased, to present the same for

morning. crowded houses each time. payment, duly prove:!. to the nndersignra ad*
24. rainistmor, within the time prescribed by law,
Tom Watson is for Hoke Smith for Mrs. Clarkson. from Atlanta, Ga., is March, 1906. I and in default thereof this notice will be plead-
Ocala, from atli to 31st. eti in bar ol such payment. My uo-toffice address
Governor of Georgia and for John Alderman Chace is setting a good visiting Mrs. Selbert and Mrs. Walker.G. Alfred Ayer Assessor. i is Grahamville.FlaNor .

Temple Graves for the United States example. The beautiful new fence he H. Cleaves, from Campagn, X. Y., 1-12-tf. I asth, 190?. HATTO HOWARD,
Administrator of the estate of James H tt.s
senate. 'Graves is also for Smith for is building around his Fort King ave; arrived Sunday and has gone into win- Howard. Ja lit
.. NOTICE. !
Governor and is saying mighty pleas- nue lot has live oak posts, which will ter quarters with Capt. B. F. Dorsey.Mr. .

;I.. ant' things about Tom Watson ThingsIn last for a century. These posts are Cleaves has just recovered from a Notice is hereby given that on the NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SAL 0

Georgia do not look exactly right I said by those who claim to know to spell' of pneumonia, which he caught 7th and 8th of February. 1906 the
I Board of County Comissioners of Mar-
to a man up a tree. out last cedar or iron. while en route to Florida, and has I Ii AND BY VIRTUKOF A CERTAIN
ion Florida will be in sessionto raUenuel."tHUatej! UNDER
county, Thernre.tnMeCaU rendered by the. Honorable W. S.
I been laid up with it for the past six receive and consider plans and Statci than %(any ether m.ke ol Liiterei. Tail. U M Bullock judge ol the omit court of the SfU
account of thd' ityle, and simpUJty.Virall'
accuracy
Mrs. Robert Allston Rhode3, of I Mrs. C. A. Liddon went up to weeks. specifications for a new court house MagaHnefTheQuwiof( Ta.hloabU judicial circuit of the atateol Honda sitting:
short for Marion county Florida, to be mure Iths.nverl lluu duy other Ladiri' Maf iim.. Oat ch.ncery for Marion county; In a cert.iD Clue
Jacksonville, nee Miss Georgia Smith Gainesville Saturday to spend a Messrs. Clay and James from Paris, erected on the public square in Ocala, years subscription( numbtri)c.st.58 ee.IS. utett p tiding therein wherein James E. Chace is

of this city. is visiting her father, Dr. while with her daughter, Mrs. JamesM. are the last thoroughbred colonels to at a cost of from $:;0,000 to, $65,000, and tern number Free., 5 cent Subwrile. Erery.ub.abugetaaUcCifl todty. tl* complainant W. Chandler and are Annie nefendans.sid M. Chandlerand decree Henry being

D. M. Smith. She came down for her Dell. Mrs. Liddon was accompanied arrive from the old Kentucky state all architects are invited to submit Lady Agents Waited. Iandie.aepnaIaaW rendered on the iStb day ol November A, D,
plans and specifications by that time.H. liberal caih commis.oa.; rattan C.t !lofoe(el to*4*. 1905. I will offer lor sale and will sell to the -
father's marriage to Miss Jessie C. by her small daughter )[jsJ.'ranc's they having arrived yesterday.Rev. W. Long. sires) in4 Premium CttaUgua (kowinf 40* pranuoi) highest and be>t bidder for cash. at public outcry .
Liddon. I Chairman Board of County Commissioners sear 1ri. AIdrcu TH& McCALL CO..!i..Y.*. before the court hou..e door(south)in Ccsla.
Maughs which took place :yesterday. S. J. White made a flying business of Marion county, Florida. Marion county, Florida brtwen ibclrgal hurs

trit to Hampton on the early Attest: S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk. l-12-4t ot sale on the 6rst Monday in Jauuary. A D
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I STOCKHOLDER'S MEETltoG.The .
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train t.day.This jaua.y is!,tyoi,
RETAIL PRICE LIST OF- The famous Buster Brown Blue
warm spring weather is making the follow ing real property Kiiiute, J)iue an Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at annual meeting the stockholders being in Marion. county Hlorvla I. -wit:
BEER AND TVIALT.zzs crops hum and the truckers are Lots three((3) $ndkrjr(4)( of Mock twenty-
; WHISKIES WINES shipping lettuce, cabbage peas and the Fair Store. x of the Ocala Foundry and Machine eigbt(2)of Old Survey of OaU. eneplincfr :
works will be held at the office of the }rty (40) feet east and wert by nrreaty-two <7i]
beet with a rush.C. fret north and south in the vjiitltwm rur
-.- K. Bateman and Walter Yancey We are tie tole agent icr the celebratedSsaniae : company in the city of Ocala, Fla., on of lot three 13). or so much thereof at mill Hnece.sary
to satisfy said decree tad cuts?*.
P ::l'.AID. Ihlk goo, "-JUjO; free-Xot tire-paM. made flying trip to Ocala Saturday Earpea Leather Ssois. Ccala, ?craitwe Wednesday, 10th January, 1905, LWDIIYMISpecial

;. FuU Qt. )(easure...... _.. 4 Q.s 6ts. ijQts '1\0 ;>er gallon Rye. Gitl--:Co.n. Good. Grai, C3.i4LJL. at 11 o'clock a. ra. for the election of Marter ii CfcMCiiy.
dllon. Hunting and fishing was never better Au.REU&D.tvis, -
IlI1nling ctub Rve !4 65 $4 JO f7 00 $200 per I
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Nelson County Rve....____... 2 90 4 15 7 50 Rye Gin' Corn Rum" FiIH' c"uaWv' "l !''Ioper gal thai, in this section and the like officers and transaction of other busi- Solicitors fur Oniptainavt if r-
) _....... 5O 4 60 S 00 I :
foungnm Rye. Bet lor the money.
C..rl1 Kum ness.
llann-'I'"...,.", Ry".....-.....-.. 3 7.,. 00 9 50 I' RycGIn.. I of game they bring in was never seen Above sale has been ixMtfNMMd to
S'clalIroos. ......... ..... :.., 4 o c; foo 2Go I -3 00 prf ga b N.V.. HARISON, Monday.: Feb. 5, 196.
Malt Whi"key.- 3 75 500 9 'o "U" Rye P<:ach and apple brl"nJy. Ielow I b4if re. The sportsmen seem to
J'each Brandy ._-.. .......- 3 75 :. 00 9 o 1Iyage, !4 DO per gal. clover kneckdeep. CIIAS. E. THOMAS, Pres. Special Matter in CbHIctW1.
PDle Bra ldy__._..... _..._ 3 75 5 00 r : Victoria Rye, social Drops Rye.Iedi.al:: quality 1 Sec. 1-3-lt -
.. _............ 4 JS LE'IP Sr LOCI! BFIR. t'er doz I
,..enGi' .._: ......... ,) ,) 500 .5 Trouble at Maitland. ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE OF FINA
6S 4 00 :- 00 : F1ilotaff' .... ._.... ..._.. ..- .'-" ..._Jt 2S '
iorthCarolinaCorD.-Mountain Corn _...,..... 3 7S 5 00 Ct; 50 I Hxtra Pale ....._..........._. ...-...--....... I Ie \ TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1873.- DISCHARGE.la .
.........._ ..___. ... ... 1 00
I Stanilard -
...._..... _.. -- 2 06 4 2'7 50 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
.'amacia Rum .. .. ........I 00 number of the citizens of
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950j Malt.eltra dark Quite a County Judge's Court Marion QkuatrHonda.
...... .... _. 500
Medford kuin 3 75
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Grape randy.._ ... ._. 3 ;i 500 q 5 i ohnrger, ilflpOrt0d. Maitland were up before U. S. Commissioner la Re Katate J. f.YOITICK. MwavJii.Ikceanid. .
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King of K tuckv Burborn._ 375 5 DO 950 as. Ale. pints. ----- United States Land Office Gainesville .
Guinness :':lout, pints .......----.-... 2 25Pri'e. : Williams" Wednesday. The ? !
sore a jle'rt (nant'ty end HEREBY: GIVEN TO ALt.
of S3l : Ii
Asstent Allowe1 en all Goas: : : ; Fla., Dec. 18, 19Q:).
'0 quality. When)'t.u aurr 1..lUIu,1 I -' whom it may concern that ttu tlu
Prices by th: bare Q'1! aprt1s. postmaster, Mr. W. B Mitchell at Ferry'3, they were tht. Ix-st on tlie _I
I market,but they have......."improving IS HEREBY GIVEN lit day fjt .1. 1) / *,
this little village had Mr. B. A. Gal-
ever since. We are rxpt-m in NOTICE compliance with the provisions the undersigned will apply to the Ho*.. J *ep.
( loway one of the principal merchants flower and vegetable l t't'dA. I I Bell judge ot said court. as judge of pfbate.
1906 Sred Aonual.lof"llUtifuy.InOi-I of the act of Congress of June for a final discharge a4 AdrawMratrix of the
arrested for maintaining a post officein trated free to allapplicauta. .
3. 1ST8. entitled ".\n act for the sale estate pi J. F Edwards deceased. aud at the
the statutes D. M. FERRY & CO.. Detroit, Mich. I i same time I will present to sa r HANNE BROS. his store contrary to II I I of timber lands in the States of California account as administratrix of aid etaie, aaJ

I made and provided, etc. Oregon, :Nevada and Washington ack for their approval.
Dated this .Nov 28 A I). 1905
Jacksonville Fla Messrs. Mitchell and Galloway are ; Territory," as extended to all i>. c. EDWAWfr.

i 746.258 West Adams St. brothers-in-law and bad blood has the Public Land States by act of August I As Administratrix: Estate: ol J. 1'. K hrc4t 4e
ceaaed. la I kit
r. existed between them for some time. 4, 1892: John D. Robertson, of

,! Mr. Galloway and his attorney Mr. --- fl'IRr' ( [lON Ocala, county cf Marion, State (or ----- -- -
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
a Territory). of Florida has this day filed -
:\ Jone, of Orlando, with quite a number -
I in this office his sworn statementNo. Department of the Interior. tat flice.
,it.. :| of witnesses was before Commissioner Gainesville Kla., NOT 35 1905.
flood Money' in Growing Large Wa 334: for the purchase of the East
f Williams and exhibited the KHKK-BY CHEN THAT THE
(. I termelons. one-half of the Southeast one-quarter, N'OTICK" named tr' '.n has filed notkt of
"postofRce" that Mr. Galloway was as- Northwest quarter of Southeast quarter his iiitentin-jn to make final proof in taypurt.f
r" It I have been planting each year i hi. clai-H. and that aid proof will be mkde he
cused of unlawfully maintaining.
0.' : and Northeast of Southwest -
.. quarter lore Clerk Circuit Court at Ocata PI* Mla
(4-. I I j was carried in a paper sack and was for several years, from 70 to 100 quarter of- Section ;No. 5, in IfIIllr,6. /9'16.

: !i about half the size of an ordinary acres in E.l'n'ariety of Watermelons Township No. IS S. P.ange0.. 20 E. \ z:JoseJ.nitb.. .f SumiaerSeM. i1k.1W t.

cigar box. As there was clearly ncI I and have made g,x),l money i and will offer proof to show that the 1 1't 29,63.outhwert, .
I secured LiuJ sought i. more valuable for its tion as.township 17 south teaL
!j, t[ evidence against; merchant Gallowa every year. good > : raage 3.
't timber stone than for agricultural i He names the following witneiotc to pave Wi
or
feed to with and have
Eden
begin
the commission-
.. !| he was discharged by continuous residence upon and odU>Mitit G'
I er. improved them each year, by Selecting purposes; and establish his claim Mid land. TU: OeWitt Smith. of Oxford. 14*.
to said land before Clerk Circuit cou fat Pack Morer ol SummerfieM FU Sam Mwef
; Presses; I This case created a great deal of my seed from only large of Su-ntnerfield, Fla R, D. Morer tf Stammerfield. -
One and Two-horse Hay Ocala, Fla.. on Fla.
and well shaped melons I have
feeling and excitement and the sym"pathyof Monday:: the 26th day of Feb.06.! 12 I W. G. ROBINSON" RtgfefcfNOTICE .

the community seems to be them dried in the shade, which He names as witnesses: ,

Tedders almost entirely on the side of Mr. Gal- will when properly planted always W. L."Brooks, of Holder, Fla. :.

. ; loway. come up as they are sound and L. W. Brooks, of Holder, Fla.

full. I have 1500 Ibs. of choice S. P. Potter, of Iverness Fla. In the Circuit Court of the Filth Judicial Circuit of

Mowers. Rakes seed to offer at 50c per lb. When S. S. Savage of Ocala Fla. Florida in and for Marion County.In Chancery.

J Arthur Lewis Complainant. v*. Elizabeth
Blair S.' Bernard popular and all claiming ad-
Mrs. a you send your order for seed and Any persons
.. Lewis, Defendant-Order For ConMructireService.
Grinders ; young matron of Pensacola arrived wish-me to do so, I will instruct versely the above described lands are .
Knife file their claims in this IS ORDERED THAT THE DEPENDANT
Sunday morning over the S. A. L. on a you how to prepare fertilize and requested to IT herein named to.wit: Elizabeth Lewis oe and
before said 26th day of
visit to her parents, Dr. W. H. and cultivate. Let your order come in office on or she la hereby required to eppea"to the bill ot -
February, 1906. complaint in this cause on or before
Stock of Repairs Mrs. Marean. Mrs. Bernard was accompanied kind of
A Complete at once. I sold the pme
? W. G. ROBINSON, Register. Monday, the jA oViy Febwry, A. D./"<&
by her handsome and Interesting seed over S. C., Ga., and Fla., last This notice must be published oncea It is further ordered that a copr of this order

: Both Deering and JVicCormick. little sons :Master Marean :year which gave perfect satisfac- week for nine consecutive weeks in be weeks published in the once Ocala a Banner week for, a eight newspaper conaecntiTC v .

, Bernard and his nurse. The party tion. a newspaper published nearest the fished in said county and state
I This I4th day of S ::1 will probably remain several weeks, land, and must also be posted in a teal) S T. SISTRCXK.Eowix .

.1 as this ,Is Mrs. Bernard's first visit in i I. FURNAN S TILL conspiculous place in the land office SPE.VCEB, Clerk Marion Circuit Court Pta

MARION HPDW0RE COMPANY. Ocala for two years. I l' Blackville, S. C. I for the same period. 12-22. Complainants, Solicitor, bj H C. ;>wtraakD.C County .



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PAGE TWELVS. THE OCALA BANNER. __


Martel,J Epworth has a League lire working at Martel.EpworthLeague. tllfllt91tftliHf"' "}"}" "!" "If"41tlIflIf4PIHHHf" " " " ""T"'f"" " ,," """HPI11t111PP1i49PN1, '" " ........:=


At our annual election thello".1nc 'I. --eE -
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year: : .' '
: .JAKE .
K', President Miss :Mary Imp; First I ABE',_ ,. .' '. .' ,. THEI -"" ,, :.'. : ,:..'. > .... : '
Vice-President, Chas. P. Pillans; Sec- = <: : .. : -.. :. =1:,
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.ad Vice-President Miss Belle Bates; '
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Third VicePresidentUss Ada Bry- :,
u; Fourth Vice-President Arthur N. '

Gtodwin; Secretary, John. Giddens
Treasurer, Miss Lucile Bates; Organ- TEA 'PoTGROCEY
fat Miss Clara Bryan; Epworth Era I

Agent :Mrs. Maud Williams; Reporter,
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A. S. J. Wallace. .-......
The officers were installed Wednesday -
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night by the pastor, 'ev. W. A. ::
Weir. The installation service is a I.

pretty The one League and holds impressive devotional too. meet- 4 <. >. ,7 ., e,., ,,,,, -. ,. '0 _: "

lags every Sunday night and business ', : : : .: : :

s lags.Meetings monthly,-also literary meet- [ ;:i ;. ,-.- :t}. .. .. }\:; \. < .
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rlae Chamberlain's The containing fault lutely of Cough giving Injurious Harmless.children Remedy substances Abso medi-, ; We aim'tto please our trade by giving them the

is sometimes more disastrous than the

fectly Every Ataease contains Cbamberlaln'8 safe from mother nothing for which Cough children should harmful they Remedy are to'know suffering.and take.is per-l that F best that can be bought at living prices, which we ,

roughs, colds and croup is unsurpass-
ed. For sale by all druggists. m

A Cattle-Ranch. understand to be legitimate profit. As Prices are ".

The South Florida Naval Stores .

Company turpentine, who business are at operating Gabriella a, Florida large- P always Governed by the Quality Purchased. : ;

have also a fine cattle ranch and .?. .
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are killing two birds with one stone, .
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tering two industries at the same f'
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time aa the cattle are grazing on

same iarpentlne The land South:that Florida they are Naval cropping Stores for ii We Handle Three Lines of Goods :

Company Is composed of the follow- -
iig well known gentlemen: T. C. Hall
.t Tampa; R. S. Hall Samuel C. .
Rawla. L J. Knight and A. C. Williams -
of Ocala and J. W. Ward, of Good Better and Best "
Floral City E n
We hope that they will make as biga ,
success of their cattle ranche as ..... 0

they"'i.E have, of their turpentine I indus- E And its up to yon which yon want, for we ,


Imperfect Digestion. I ..... .'.
Means less nutrition and in consequence -

.e-mes.11. to loaded less secrete vitality.with bile bilious, When the blood properties the liver be-, sell our Goods Strictly oil their Merits.4.:

the digestion becomes impaired and .
the bowels constipated. Herbine will EL ...... '.
rectify! this; it gives tone to the stomach .;
liver an dkldneys, strengthens the
appetite, clears and improves the com- 1-
plexion.. Infuses new life and vigor to --tII
the whole system. 50 cents a bottle.- -4 /.
Sold by all druggist m ---- -.
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Woodmen- Go to Martel.- We allow no Misrepresentation as to Quality .All \ .

A big delegation of the members of .
the Ocala lodge of the Woodmen of the

World light to drove attend out the to meeting Martel Monday of this E Articles sold must be as represented or your ;

bunching organization at that place moneye'
and to help In the installation of the __ '
steers of the coming year. Among .
those' .who went from Ocala were back. .

llesars. Carter H. Dame, F. G. B. --- .....
Welhe.C. L. BIttenger. T. D. Bryan. -_- '',
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P. V. Leavengood, 1[. Rubin. Jake -
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Frown J. Maliver Charles K. Sage iii ---- .
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Blm Lummus R. W. Fllnn R. E. Cole


and Pleasant M. Frank.and Most Effective.T. E We are Exclusive Agents for: :

J. Chambers, Ed. Vindicator, Liberty .
Texas writes Dec. %5. 1902: !
"With pleasure and unsolicited by *" -4

you.rower. I of bear Ballard's testimony Horehound to the curative Syrup. Chase & Sanborn's Famous Coffees .t',
i I have used it in my family and can and Teas. :
cheerfully affirm it is the most effective ; ;
and best remedy for coughs and .- -: :. :_ ......
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cold I have used. '
ever
Sold by all druggists. m : : : .
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Buttgenbach, of Royal Scarlet Canned Goods. : .
BruMela Belgium were in Ocala Monday
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on their way to Holder where Mr.Buttgenbach .

being has the owner large phosphate of the Butt interests also Dr. '
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genbach Phosphate Com pan)'.-* They Tetley's as Shepard Pinehurst Teas.
will remain in Florida for several
week They were accompanied by Mr. F ---
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George F. Dittmer, manager of the ......
Buttgenbach Company, who has been
on a business visit to Xew York for

s several .weeks. F Remember: The Ham What Am :

Miss Mary Proctor who has been: ,
nursing Mrs. Otto Mente, who hasWen ,
seriously ill for many weeks at == .....
let home in Jacksonville came down .:., --
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Sunday for Mrs. Mente's children who 1"h" : : ; .
have ben with their grand parents [ ear e" i i41
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Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yonge. Miss Pro
t.r accompanied the children -I -
Monday afternoon.Mr. -4'
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Faunce McCully formerly with :: .
the Ocala Ice & Packing Company, __ -4E
but now of Jacksonville after a few .
: Th Place .
day's visit with his pld Ocala friends, i' "
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returned to Jacksonville Tuesday. In { : .
partnership with his brother he Is II .....
conducting a meat stall and grocery t ....
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la the metropolis and Is doing a fine .
Vuslness. -- .....


Nothing Greatly is more in In Demand.demand than a C --
medicine which meets modern require- --fill
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ments for a blood and system cleanser. t ,. ....
such as Dr. King's New Life Pills. T TPGROCERY .
... They are Just what you need to cure ----
stomach and liver troubles. Try them. ...... "
At guaranteed.The Tydings. & Co. drug store, 25c, .,I -.....-. -

famous
Buster Brown Blue

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I' And a Mill and Factory Sale Ticket on Every Article iu This Store During Sale. % This Means That in Addition to the Large Amount -1

ii. of Merchandise sent out by This Syndicate that every Piece or Lot of Merchandise will be sold at Mill and Factory Cost Prices.



I No Competition_ Can Equal the Matchless Bargains Offered During This Sale.



I: Matchless bill and Factory Sale Prices.Store. / Closed Thursday February J I Money Saving Mill and Factory Prices;

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1,954 yards.! Lonesdale Cam- ft 2,042 yards Checked Ginghams 1.1'' u. 2,467 yards White Outing Flan48 Dozen Full Bleached Nap

Price brie, worth. . .12. .cents. .. :.Syndicate. '.. X V worth Price ...8......cents........,...Syndicate. ,...... '1._, '+ 's-' ,' nel Price!, worth... 6..cents. ...,..Syndicate. .. . LL* Pins Price? worth.. ,...$..1.50.. ,..Syndicate.?.... .. .. 98
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1,456 yds. 4-4 Bleached Sheeting,--f 1,936 yards Light Color Outing 6'' e R 4- ;-Pieces Bleached Table Dam: a 36 Dozen Full Bleached -

worth Price 10. ..cents......, ..Syndicate.... ... 7 I Flannel cateFrlCe., worth.......10.. .cents... .,.Syndi-. . ) f 1L ak cents, oi, Syndicate inches wide Price.worth...35.. } Napkins Syndicate, Price.worth..12.00.. ..., $114
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2,948 yards Best Prints, Short 1,757 yards Dark Color Outing yt \ 10 Pieces Bleached Table 937 Towels Linen Finish, Huch
Lengths, worth 7,cents, SynFlannel, worth 6 "' Damask, 58 inches wide a4
/ : cents Syndi- Li Duck, Assorted Borders 8
. dicate Price. ;, ... ..' .. .',' cate Price . '.., .. .. . FACTORY worth -tOe., Syndicate Price 15 cents,.Syndicate Price.worth... .

BBBBBB
: : 1. 38 yard Figured Madras, 1,878 yards Dark Color Gating Q ____ 2 Pieces Bleached Linen Table 267 Towels Pare Linen Hock, -t *\
Short Lengths yard wide 7 Flannel, worth 12 cents, SynQ ( 8 B a 0 1 Damask, 62 inches wide, 48 worth 15 cents,'.Syndicate III
worth 10 centsSyndicate Price dicate Price .......... ..... ,. -.t worth 75c., Syndicate Price Price ..-h:..... ....P..... 1W =

8 8 8 6 8 8 '- MCTOftY PALE. ... -'
1,673 yards Dress Percales, -.1 2,263 yards Light Color Outing 2 Piece Bleached Linen Table' 396? Towels Linen and
yard wide worth 10 cents /i worth 15 .8 + wide, I 60
and Flannelette 8 8,8 Damask 70 inches Cotton, Fancy and 14.a5
Syndicate Price . _. ._ I 2i cents, Syndicate Price . 0 8 atii r il' J worth f 1.00,Syndicate Price Plain, worth 25,50 .P.
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". 1,467 yards Dress Ginghams, 2,312 yards Heavy Checked /* -"7 Dozen Full ,Bleached Nap-? 597 Towels'Bleached Bath,
9 Hom worth 9 cents, Syn- tw worth 75 cents, Syndi- 48 assorted sizes, 9t19 1
worth kins
" .12. cents,Syndicate PriceS dicate span Pries . .. ...... .. .. Q ; a. cate Price ........._.. .. .. .. to\.40.cM worthPrice

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8 2 yards Heavy Unbleached 1,872 yards Light Color Heavy t\ 33 Dozen Full Bleached Sap- 986 yards ''Toweling I all
Drill, worth 12 cents, SyndicateMadras, worth 15 cents SyndiM kins, worth 11.00, Syndicate 79 kinds, worth 10 to 20c., 5tl0
Price i . . .. . . . cate Price .t. ., .. .. .. Price.. .. ....:... .... Syndicate Price. ,.,.. .

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.196 Men's Odd Coats, made in the latest i 68 The Syndicate made a special purchase Men's Pants 1,586 t75c.11en'lSE'gligee., Syndicate .worth.... ... .from. .... .50c..... 39 Syndicate Prices on SHOES for Men,
':\. styles, worth $2.50 and 3,00, Synd. price $ in this line you will find values *jr tO, CO 98 .--.-. _. .__ -" :.rts.._?_-.s?___.__, Women and Chidren. .
from fl.OOlto $4.00, Price / 4) *
Synd. 9S1Ien's: Shirts, worth 1.00 .
::1 : Negligee $ Syndi 59c Every Pair Guaranteed.
cate Price6S9 .. . ............... ...,
._ .... $1.00 Values, Mill & Factory Price, $ .(i9 .
1 236 Youth's Odd 3 Coats made in latest styles, worth 1500 Pairs Boy's Kneel;! Pants, worth 10 to 63 Men's! Union-Made Overalls, worth $1.00'69c U T
1, 1 $2.00 and $,..50 Syndicate A from 25c. to". $1.00, Syndicate Price Syndicate. Price ..-. ,.. I 50" 98.
_rPrice $J.J 9.N D.29 I..)..00." 1.39
286 Boy's Suits, worth from $1.50 98 frt $J QQ 296 Men's Cambric Iv: Shirts, worth 66c., '
. f'n--- to.$3.00 Syndicate Price....... do Icate Price ,ght. . 43c I..).,5 0 u _. U 1.59

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19 Men's Overcoats, all large sizes, worth 497 Pairs Men's Elastic'Seam Drawers, worth A J '
$5.00 to $10 00, Syndicate Price... ..... .$3.J 21.' Jackets and Capes, at Mill and Factory Prices. 50.cents, Syndicate Price.. .. .... **''* 3-50 ". 2.78 -

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with the Best Manufacturers inN
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Ladies Wear. The following


J 1T 11tAeTORYYWDI are the Best Made Garments inAmerica

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,; \U \ 11..1I 50 cent Skirts for 39'cents s -,

i $1.00 Skirts for 69 cents
; $J.50 Skirts for 98 cents

: 65 cents Gowns for 43 cents

1 $1.00 Gowns for 73 cents .,
p $J.50 Gowns for 98 cents
1 40 cents Drawers fo 19 cents

1 50 cents Drawers for 29 cents "
o 65 cents Drawers for 43 ce"nts

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, I: We have sent this Store worth. *1.00, Syndi9d 6Q worth $1.50. SyndicatePrice 9 8 } yard, S}ndieate Price I 6 we are kings:
worth of Goods 10000 yards Torchon Lace worth
, ands of Dollars eat Price ; i' 100. to Me
I.i Fringed nnd;'Plain Crochet BedSpreads ISO+1 Pairs Nottingham Lace Syndicate price, per yard.. . &u
P CJ direct from the Mill, especially. in worth,1.50 Syndicate 98 Curtains, worth 2.00 S\.'ndi- $1.19 j I Leatherette ,Suit Gases, worth 10000 yards Valencinnes Lace, worth 6c. to
' Dry Goods, Laces and Embr.ol enes. Price ...,;...... -, _: cate Price i |1.5u, ndicate Price 9 8 t\I\I\2Oc: Syndicate price! '; .. ..o. j.fe
, On these Goods can save you at iTFnnged.Bed- ; Spreads, \'e 71 Pairs Nottingham Lace vvvv yards Cambric Embroidery Kd0ng
we and Insertions worth lOc. Pro
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r < heavy worth 52.50 Syndicau Y'l.4,8 Curtains,worth .OOSll., $ -98
con- 10000 yards Cambric BdgiwIf
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, i stantly unloading factories. Re- iS6"PairsNottingham Lace Curtainsworth 186 Bleached Sheets, for double Price worth $3,00. Syndicate. $2. I 9 3500 yards Assorted Cambric Nainsook Syn. Pr. and grtl
: 'y member the VARIETY STORE ,75 .. cents. Syndicate 52 beds, worth 60 cents Syndicate.. 42 Swiss Embroidery Edging and Inser
Price '- Price bon, worth lOc. to
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:, us to list all of them as it would tains, >. worth 1.25? Syndicate 79 296 Bleached Pillow Cases, large size 9 $too, Syndicate Price $I,14 Come to gee this line. The best OeaU
Price ., worth 15 cents, Syndicate Price hags ever seen.
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GAlTEiWILLE.:. : :EYES TURN SOUTHWARD. I THE ORANGE SITUATION. Confederate Pensions-In Generosity t

i Florida Heads the List. It

;? Special to the Ocala Banner- ; Chicago Trade Making Plans for Bi& Californias. Lack Flavor; -:Floridas Do- .

-i... # It has been quite a while since our Business-Florida and Louisiana II Well in Chicago. Georgia- pays annually to her Con-

P burg was represented in the columns Open up-Chicaga Can Han federate pensioners $700,000leading i

-'y .. of the Banner, during which time your I Special to the Ocala 3anner: every: other state. South Carolina
die Immense Supplies.
scribe has"been away from home more Chicago, January 22,-This week :. is second with $6:>6,000, and North

Chicaga Jan. 22-The eyes of the Carolina comes last with $275,000, for
\ about
or less. finds the demand for oranges

And I find that no one else, tares to trade are now turning southward and normal They are usually dull for sev- 14.000 or a little less than $20 per

make a note of the doings of our little local (dealers as well as handlers of eral weeks following Christmas. Cal- capita. While Georgia gives Jhe

burg, as I am again in a position J early vegetables in other markets in ifornias are easy, while Floridas have largest aggregate amount, Florida

:. to chronicle the notes I will gladly this section' are laying plans for shipments been firm. Californias are in lighter heads the list proportion to the

.. answer to the roll call from Florida, Louisiana south. supply, and there are said to be but number of pensioners. She gives 0PERMANENTLY

We have been having very change- ern Alabama and Mississippi. Already r few cars rolling, but these facts have $288,000 to 3,000 pensioners. or more

able weather the last few weeks, which !I a number of,solicitors and buyers have not caused prices to go up to any ap- than $90 to each. I s

has brought about a great deal of gone south and a number of deals are peciable extent. Direct shipments to Georgia distributes only about .

those ill feelings usually called bat being worked up. 'nearby cities, it is held, have caused $50 to each...-Thomaavilie. (Ga.) En- II

t c lds. However no cases have proved Reports received here show that some of this local weakness. terprise. CURES

serious yetFarmers most sections are in a favorable shape According to advices received here CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS

are preparing: for anothe for: good business at an early date: by representatives of the California I For an Income Tax. AS WHOOPING COUGH THROAT AND, HOARSENESS CROUP

h year's work, at pr'esent. Oats are being but it seems pretty sure thAt many shipping associations, there will be I

planted again this year, but not sc sections have had too much wet weather light shipments for some time now. I I In its recent annual session the DO NOT DELAY -.

many as last year. Most of the farm- 'for growing the best quality of Owing to the short crop, now estimated I I Farmer's National Congress unani- I Until the drain m your system produces permanent disability. The human i

ers here think that the weather will early vegetables. This applies particu- at around 22,700 cars, the associations mously p'assed a' resolution in favor 1 breathing machinery is wonderful system of tubes and cells. To have good }
of income tax. j be in order. A COLD is considered of no impor- ,
be unfavorable for oats the coming larly to lettuce as the rain has hurt think that better prices \.ill prevail an f health it must kept good "throat Inflammation: -
This was a very proper thing to do. tance, yet if it was known by it's proper name 'of
season. Therefore the acreage has the quality and reports indicate that later, and they are shutting down or"congestion of the lungs," its dangerous character would be appre-

been cut down considerably.Last sound, well developed stock will be ata some of the packing houses. Again it We should have an income tax. dated When a cold makes its appearance use at once Ballarfl Horehound -

week was a busy one In Gait. premium before the season goes is said that the rains the. past week That we have not an income tax Syrup which will speedily overcome it. '
; is of the best proofs that in WHOOPING COUGH and CROUP Require Prompt Action. SNOW 1
: erville. There was quite a game I much further. Beans have also suffered have prevented packing and that shipments one relief while
this country the interests ,of the rich LINIMENT applied to the throat and chest gives wonderful
progress, that of household changing. considerably and nearly every are being made only of such Ballard's Horehound Syrup will rapidly sto2. the violent, paroxysms of ;i

Mr. Leonard Redding sold out his shipments shows some specked stockon stock as was already held in the packing are well taken carp at the expenseof IT IS THE ONLY COUGH REMEDY THAT WILL )

:, place In east Gaiterville and purchased account of being too wet. houses. I the masse .. ,POSITIVELY CURE WHOOPING COUGH AND CROUP. .' ..
the poeple are really to --
the property of A. McBrass and Strawberries sell as high as $6, if About one fifth of the California And only BEST FOR CHILDREN
for this the masses them-
blame are -
moved Into the same while :Mr. Brass bright and sound. They moved onlyin crop has already been shipped. Up to Mrs.Maud Adams,Goldthwaita.TeL,writes- have used Ballard's

moved to Holder. a small wayso far, A good many the 12th, 4,482 cars had come forward, selves.matters now are farmers,' whose coldi.Horehound My children Syrup and use find It and the It Is BEST pleasant medlcinefor to take and croup Quickly cougus cure and"

:Mr. N. C. Deas sold his place to :Mr beries that are small and oft in goal a few of these being lemons. As '
can be seen, pay for more SAFE AND SURE Three Sizes 25c 50c $LOO
Jno. de Brass, who is comfortably ity have to be handled at 30c and 35c. Small sizes still prevail. The slumpin property ,

situated on same. :Mr. Dease move Some water soaked lots have to be number of car loads is attributable than their share of the taxes.-Far- Tkt Children Favorite Remedy Every Bottlt Cairantwdi

to the long swamp section. We wish given away or sold for a trifle. Wit to the small sizes to which the fruit is I mer's Call. i Ballard Snow Liniment Co., St. Louis, Mo.

them all happiness in their new favorable weather berries will be corning running. While the trees apparentlyheld
Growing Marianna. 0naHBSP
homes. more freely within a week or ten quantities of fruit; the sizes are

Mrs. Jno. Boring of Felica is visit days. small and they don't fill up the crates SOLD AND RECOMMENDED B
: Marianna's banks have made ALL
ing her mother Mrs. F, W. Ross thi. Eggplant is in fair demand and rapidly. So far the fruit is faulty as DRUGGISTS.
good showings for their last year'sbusiness. .
week. fresh stock has been pretty scarce on to taste. It has not yet attained the I
One is reported to have
Miss Daisy Ross, who is teachingthe this market. Choice stock has brought flavor that makes it a good seller. y
earned 22 per cent. on capital invested I Q-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O
school at Shady spent Saturday as high as J4 while some lots held over Then it still lacks in color. Prices I
and the other 20 per cent. Almost j I
.. and Sunday with her parents In' Gait run from J1.50 to $2. Peppers sell obtained here this week for California Now Open For The Season. c
every venture in town ts a success |
erville. in a limited! way and bring from $3 navels good colored, ranged from i o
and our banks are no exception to I
Mr. I* F. Sparkman, the new ferryman to $3.50. String beans sell from $3: $2.35 to J2.75. The prices vary of
the rule. If you want to become I j -
says it is no fun to, be ferryman toI and receipts have, been light. course as to sizes. THE OCALA HOUSE
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prosperous come to Marianna and {
at Stokes f rry. fc Peas bring around $3. Tomatoes showa I Advices from New York show that Jackson county. Marianna Times ,

The material for the new ferry boatis wide range in quality and price. the Californias are not doing so wel1 '
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about prepared and it is hoped th Fine, sound, ripe Florid,' stock has over there. There is much complaint T OCALA, FLORIDA. :
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work will soon commence. sold as high as $5 while common stockis about quality, and one well known C

.Miss Callie Sparkman is visitin: slow sale at as low as $1.50. Cuban house ,in a wire to California trade A Big Warning.The C Large, Airy, Well Furnished Sleeping Rooms t

relatives In Terrytown this week. tomatoes are coming a little morefreel paper, scores the California shippersfor : I Tables Supplied with Everything in Season.a
people are going to rise up some
Mr. Washington Jordan, of Georgia )'. They sell around J3.50 in six dumping such poor fruit upon theirmarket o
day and slaughter the beef trust
s was visiting relatives here the past basket cases. California in four bas The trade here have commented I .Splendid Drives-only five miles from the famous Silver Springs
refine the oil trust burn the coal C
week. ket cases bring from $1 to $2. freely on this wire. and command o Easily accessible from all parts of the state.
trust freeze the ice trust melt then
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Master Geo. Thomas made a business If no freeze comes to knock out the firm for the outspoken way t

trip to the mining city Saturday. early vegetables%in the south this mar sizing up the situation. steel trust romp on the implementtrust oRATES I : 75c. to $ 1.50 per day. C
smash the car trust, nail the
Mr. J. JE. Brooks of the Bachelor ket bids fair to do a big business for Florida, oranges ever since a week Weekly Rates American 1
lumber trust and ring down the curtain I Plan on Application. 'r 1O
't Ranch up the river, answered to hi the wide awake houses here are plan before Christmas have sold readily in

name in Sunday school Sunday.: ning for a heavy business. erything this market. At .first their firmness on the theatre trust. O Write for Descriptive Pamphlet. !

The latest in Gaiterville is the De looks good now.EXPLOSION was due to light supplies, and not so I D. C. EDWARDS 0O'
Why Not Reverse the Order of Things. Prop. C. M. WHITESIDE, Manager.
II bating Club organized a few week: much, as to the quality of the fruit, t

ago. It meets every Friday night, anis d NOT EXPLAINED.. which is not so particularly fancy b}' I 9 -0-0.-0-0-0-0-00-0-0-0-0-0-0-
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progressing nicely. any menas. However. Floridas are ini .
illiteracy and long record of murders -
Uncle Joe. Four Rear Admirals Among the Dead i demand by certain consumers anil "
is sending missionaries to Ja E. C. Smith.
-- -Unfortunate Victims Taken to they take this fruit very readily, provided C. V. Roberts '.
r pan, where they have few murders .
MARSHVILLE ITEMS. ,Rio Janeiro-Vessel Cost the prices is not too high. This -
'. and practically no illiteracy. We ,
g Nearly Two Million. week finds more Floridas, here thanat hope that the missionaries will be .. SMITH & RQBEETS.

f We are having some any time previous this season. Thisis
pleasantweather
properly impressed by this experience. and
Funeral Directors Licensed
at the present time. Special to the Ocala Banner: due to the fact that Cincinnati. i Brooklyn Eagle. Embulr>)erS

Mr. J. II. Ilagans is doing business. Port Jakerepagua Brazil} Jan. :23.! Philadelphia and other large markets I

and getting along nicely. As the result of an explosion which for Floridas have sustained slumps, LATEST METHODS. BEST GO ODS. WORK GUARANTEED.
A good way to advance our town is Telegraph orders receive
The large steam boat off Lake Eus- took place on board the battleship owing to excessive supplies. Many prompt attention, and embalming done anywhere
for all of our citizens to put their on short notice.
tis went to Palatka several weeks ago, Aquidaban here on Monday that ve scars have been diverted here in the
shoulders to the wheel and push the
for repairs and returned to Tustis to sel went to the bottom of the bay, past ten days, but the market still re -
one way. Try it for the 1906
year ijCAIJ
carrying with her two hundred and mains steady, prices ranging from I FURNITURE COMPANY
day.There and it will surprise you how fast the
has been a large quantity of twelve officers and men. Less than $2.75 for Russets and Brights andre $3
town and the business .houses will
syrup made and sold at this place, and one hundred of the entire crew we and $3.50 for Indian River Russets.
grow. We don't want any ''boom," -
it is as fine as any ever made. saved. Last week at the League meeting at
but a good steady growth.-Williston
t We are sorry for poor B. A. :Mr. The vessel! sank in less than three Milwaukee it was the consenus of I

}L is gone. We hope he will return minutes from the time the explosion opinion of the Florida receivers, who Advocate., \ 4ri

Boon and we know she does. occurred. got together there to compare notes
The great automobile races have now
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Mrs. E. J. Johnson and son. a Ir. Four rear admirals and a number of that fully 80 per cent of the Florida
begun on the Ormond-Daytona race trti-
Thomas Johnson, visited relatives at other high naval officers were on crop would be moved by the 15th. This r/
course. Those from Ocala who
this place Sunday. board the unfortunate vessel. Thej leaves less than 200,000 boxes still to
will witness them are Messrs. H. C. -
.. Our school is progressing nicely under had been on a tour of inspection near com from the state.
Jones, Louis Lang, E. C. Smith, G. K.
the management of Mr. Walter' this place with a view to locating a )[r. John W. Martin, who travelsfor -
Robinson G. Gates. J. C. Spencer
Pedrick. The children are all well new arsenal. a St Louis harness house spent
and C. Carmichael. All but the latterwent
pleased with him as their teacher. The cruiser BarofO which was with :Monday in Ocala. :Ir. :Martin will
I over in automobiles leaving
Aquidaban at the time of the fatal Monday in Ocala. Mr. Martin left .
: Ocala early Monday morning. Mr Carmichael

: SOME PITTSBURG STATISTICS. explosion immediately took on board Tuesday for Mississippi. havingel
left on the noon train Mon
all the wounded and started for Rio there for the next six months. His day.

During. 1905 Nearly. Eighteen Thousand: Janiero, where the marine hospital is Florida friends will miss him greatly. .

a People Were Killed and Injuredin located.

One County. The explosion occurred in the powder Dr. Osler to Address his Colleagues. Kimball

magazine, but at present no solu- -
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Special to the Ocala Banner: tion has been offered for the cause. Special to the Ocala Banner: i

The Aquidaban cost over Jl.700.000 Baltimore, Md., Jan. 23.-Dr. Osler,
rittsburg, Pa., Jan. 23.-Statistics OrgansDirect
ten years ago. regius professor at Oxford, England,
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for the year 1905 just given out by the
now on a visit in this city, went to

,authorities Alleghany)' County indicate iSenator Clark, of Montana, has added Annapolis this morning, where he will from Fac
that during the tory at
:. past year more to his collection of mines by the deliver an address this evening before WHOLESALE

; than 17,700 persons were killed and purchase of the famous Union mine the Maryland Association for the Pre- :PRICES '1i1. y

injured in this county, while at their r On .
in Eldorado county: CaL The Standard vention and Relief of Tuberculosis. It monthly payments

dally work. Of this number the blast Oil Company offered $1,250,000 for is expected that number of membersof I FOUR SAILINGS E VCH WEEK
furnaces and Monthly or$8quart'erty
iron and steel mills ,Eft
i are it some months ago, but Senator Clarke the state legislature will attend the $2 BETWEEN
responsible for nine
thousand. Ti upwards.
pays $1,730,000. After taking out $1- meeting: to obtain information
in regard You
can now buy the
other factories and shops have four 500,00 in bullion former owners of the to the proposition of establishinga ball Organs, or the reliable famous Great Kim- .Jacksonville and New York'Calling
thousand to their credit and the vIctims Western Organs direct
mine lost the rein and sold it for $1- State Tuberculosis Hospital. from the mak-
of the railroads ers at wholesale factory'prices.. at Charleston S.
numbered four We C., both
400. The new owner found it and up to will send them to reliable people THE FOES ways.

thousand while those of the mines date it has :yielded $12,000,000. Senator The Pratt Publishing Company has where in the United States, to be any-paid ST2AMSHIPSJN: THE MAST1&W- 8371": E.:

numbeud; 400. Besides this there were for on extremely easy payment plan- THE CLYDE NEW ENG-LAND
several thousand injured Clark's income from his copper been organized at Daytona. It will $2.50 monthly and upwards. ... ." AND SOUTHERN LINES
whose cases mines is said to be in the neighborhood be a newspaper and publishing house. Operating the largest musical instrument DIRECT SEk\IcE BBTWiiE i

were not reported as the Injured persons of $10,000,000 a year and he is Frank W. Pope, of Jacksonville, Is.. the factory in the world employing Jacksonville, Boston and Providence
were taken straight home largest capital buying raw and all Eastern ,
and probably able to pay cash for the president and Pierre Pratt business. material in the largest quantities \.l&lhDllat Points.
for Ctlarlr.toq
not Botb ,
to of
any the I Ways
hospitals or mot r- Union mine. manager. This is one of the largest I cash-the Kimball System of manu- SEMI itl EKL1
gues. Several of the mills facturing and distrIbuting Southboun.........._ yt11.1X(1Si
have furnIshed printing plants state-lladI-1 free ......... ..... Lewis' !
of ..
the : .. '
such a large number through our 200 supply stations pos- Northbound ............................. ... ; ; Fre: Wart, =$
of death H. P Trimble, editor of the New tively saves From foot of Cathertse .
Fer- son Enterprise. purchasers $20 to $50 on Street, :&:k.) = r..H
and injury cases, that the insurance first class organs.- Clyde Sto-
nindina Star, publishes a card announcing If you haven't River Line. SIi Ii
companies refuse to insure men any organ you want
won that he has transferred his Governor Broward has removed one and you want Between
an
ing there.In good onea Jacksonville and _
stock in and severed his official con- Robert Hannog. constable of the 3rd mere prety case with no music in it Stan1g at l'Alatka, Astor St. Francis Sanford j
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won't do. Secure at once the Eeresfor ( tetad> J &:i Intere'ta.
nection, with the Steam Laundry Co.. district, Dade counttrom office up- Reliable"Kimball old LUdis en St. Johns -
liTer.
Organ, at
order
to prices
protect few and
a hogsheads because he has learned his recent on the grounds that he has been guilty very convenient terms.. Steamers City of Jacksonville
of tobacco and ire 'k
in Send D'eBarry
grown Gadsden county, of encouraging today for our
attitude on the "wet" and."dry" question certain parties to money saving are appolnte4 to Sail as follow
en- plan and free : Leave J&ksonllle:
Florida's entire catalogue. daily.
delegation in Congress Rt'tqmiDIr. Leave except 8aturdap. 1 4: .11I
is the busines in Sanford
abandoned the injuring of the gage street fighting and brawlingwith I Under nocircumstances can you afford dadv ezapt SuacUu It ,..10 a. m.
principles advocatedby concern. the consent and without the interference to buy or consider any other or- Soutb-8 unil -5-
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the democratic party for the past of said constable.The gan until you have our money saving Read Down SCHEDULE ttIl.80IlDit
proposition.The .
hundred 1e.4 .,
years or more, and voted :Mrs. M. Handelsman returned home most inexperienced --

with the republicans. They have Tuesday morning from Xew York Ocala friends est trader, or as thoukh you bu were rers'here can Leave.. 3" 30 p. m. u Jacksonville-: .,.. _. _._ -.- -
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Mrs. 45 m. ?' .
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'. If not they given either'Ohii'to party a "square deal where, In company with her husband, Walters, of this city and Messrs. N. each person organ, you will have be selected our assurance by an that ex- ... 3 4 oo 30 m.a:.111.m. -" -, L-,_.-__.....,hl.'ka Astor .._..-.f"_ "...._......__..___ Leave.. S oo p. "

are .& remain members she has been for some weeks. Mr. J. and T. H. Wicker of pert. ----st.. I'ra.cia, .. ___....__. ". tM J ) $ s (..
.of the Coleman, Fla, A fine 830.. -on---- Beret ford ( Demand ) ,,,.,,,,.,,,,_
democratic stool and music m. S.
party they should Handelsman will remain a few will book free ,........ SufordArme I oe p. ,
... vote away sympathize with them In the sud- with each organ. to oo a. m. --- .. -Ea' M w..ww"u.ww _.... .. je a. w
against protection. If they agoing re weeks longer for the benefit*ot his den death of their brother Write today for free GENs..BAL PASSENGER r f1l1@_ --S _... ..... I. a ..
to vote for Mr. D. L. .. catalogue.LuddenCampHellSmiili .All TICEETCFFICE,121: REST
protection they health. While Mrs. Handelsman BAY J'-2. SA ESOt1yiL1.E.
away Wicker, which p. Y. ,
occurred at IROmlONGER
his
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home IL
a should have the courage -to become purchased a big stock of goods at Montezuma, Ga., CO. W.Go COOPE&.J&.o Prrirh.utnt.. Au'OCA'Pue. Agent UJ Wait Bay St..Juhontl FIe.
of the Saturday after- Co P. tovaL! !..
members, republican 01 Hope iupcrlatta4cat.
party. Street
for the
M Boston ttore. noon.iiiIiiiiii1i. 0 I ACe HAGERTY Gea' '. ;t..NeewaYork F11.C4YDR. ,
)f1f.NJ".Gca1> Y.
13 West Bay St. THEO Go EGER PYt a1gl
s k General Maager., WM. P. CLYDE d ..

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THE FRIEND- OF THE. GROWER. of the state on Its road as, If through PEBBLE PHOSPHATE. A Congresional Candidate. r
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freeze or other cause, the crop Is ,a -
The Florida East Coast Railway( Protects As the time is drawing 'near for
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failure the Incoming freight Is consequently Review of the Existing Conditionsand
? the Interests of ;Its Shippers SPECIAL NOTICE.
next yea .i- -A Wrong Impression enormously reduced in vol- Future Outlook in the Flor
LJ* Corrected. to look into the matter of ,finding a
ida Land Pebble
ume, while the passenger traffic Is Utterly Industry. .
E good man for congress. sss
incapable of defraying the expenses -
[Note-The editor of this paper was The present incumbent is not the
In viewing the conditions of the '
brought severely to task not long of the road.. Read This
since by a, prominent and Influential It Florida land pebble market, we find, man we want for we feel that since Carefully
populist of our county for speakingin follows therefore, that if nothing -
praise of Mr. Henry M. Flagler for more than selfish Interests were that during the last quarter of 1905. hiij tilt with Minority Williams, which
In answer to numerous inquiries I desire to have it known
the great work of development to m
- doing for Florida in the extension be of Is considered the policy of this company there 'has been a marked advance In I was a very childish caper, he lost his I desire tc state to my friends and friends and acquaintance* that

f, : the East Coast Railway from the mainland I would be to bring about the the prices obtained for the 'product usefulnes. Such a man is dangerous.As business acquaintances throughout have no connection with or later"
; to Key West. We are told that largest development In the productionof I and with_the close of the year'the demand for Jeff Stevens he Is merely a the south, that I have no interest est in the Ludden & Bates Sooth
-: fruits side Issue and will not estabUL by
cut much of
and
settlers tributary to It in favor of the I vegetables and neces- is constant and steady, sales a & Bates Southern Music House Wm. Ludden and myself in 170.
< fruit and vegetable growers of Cuba. sarily to haul the made at decidedly figure in the fight.
Instead of same for the growers being readily figures ,I which was established by me and lIr.-Luddt'n and: myself and Ja -
' ;' q Flagler and. is In reality being an a enemy benefactor.to every Mr. at the lowest possible rate con-- better than have been obtained during Who then shall we have? wouldbethe .. J. A. Bates about thirty-five years persen Smith many sears asso-

' .. shipper along his road. In order to sistent with the necessary expendi- the past eighteen months. I natural question.In ago. I am now interested largely elated with us, are now interested
f correct this Impression which Is widespread tures and solely in the LUDDEN & Siani in the Lt.'DDE..CUU-BEUAhu.
of the company. The outlook for 1903 from the mln- j looking around for a candidate
". we reprint the following circular Music COMPANY and in the LUD- Co., of Jacksonville, Fla So far
: letter that was recently address- Such being the case the only course ers' standpoint is certainly very en- our minds runs: to a young man who DEX-CAMPBELL-SMITH Co., of Jacksonville as I am aware not a tingle individual

;."," ed to the shippers In that section. left to the company In the interestsof couraging, the demand of rock being ,has all his life devoted his time and Fla., who continue the who helped to make the Ludden

, "'. When who are.people interested who Un In in Its Florida.upbuilding and the Florida producer was to inaugurate active, with every indication that energy to the democrat party of the same policies and business dealings & Bates name &0't'11 known

. .own its transportation lines the shIppers a rate war which it instituted this condiion will continue with a con- state A stancher and more useful which built up for us the largest throughout the South is uow eon-
will get relief and will music businesa in the South. nected with the same.
not be in 190ias well as the other sequent in prices. democrat is not to be found. He has
i burdened with excessive freight rates.f \\11. LUDDEN. J. A. BAT ESS .
) all railway officials manifested the measures adopted, and this was done The opening of the year will find-the served his state and his people for a

'' $arne Interest In the welfare of the solely for the sole protection of the most of the producers with practi- number of years in a very importantand We print the apove letter in order to correct certain

/ shipper Coast railway as do the complaints officials of of the extor-East Florida: grower. We could have ab n- cally no stock on hand, and in cases responsible position. In filling misleading impressions which are being made among our

tionate charges would cease and the doned the carrying of pineapples from where there is an apparent accumulation his position he has saved his state many friends and customers. We believe that most buyers

I mutuality and of understood Interests would between be recognized Cuban ports, via this line to the posItive In storage this Js only due to the thousands of dollars and made him- wish to deal with the people whose policies and methods
carrier
and shipper.-Editor Ocala Banner.l pecuniary benefit of the company fact that during the past few months self a similar number of friends. As gave them the greatest reputation ever accorded any

but to do so, would have been to let the rialroad has been very slow in an officer he is second to none; as a piano dealers in the south.

To Shippers of the Florida East the producers on the line of our road moving rock to interior points on account citizen and friend he has few equals.If All who wish to deal with W. Ludden, J. A. Pates, A.

Coast Railway: Much has been said remain subject to the discrimination of inadequate.car supply, and nominated and elected he will B. Campbell, Jaspersen Smith, remember they are associat-

' during the past several months, concerning make one of the best I onlin
established against them by the rates shippers have been unable to supply us congressmen .

the rates on pineapples from fixed by the lines from Havana.As their customers with the regular Florida has ever had.

Cuba carried over Florida lines and a consequence the policy adopted monthly allowance set aside for the We take pleasure in putting the Ludden CampbellxSmith Co

i we desire to place before the'patrons by this company was directly in business.A name of Hon. J. Walter Kehoe, state'sattorney ,

of this company the facts which behalf for the first judicial circuit
. of the Florida producer and careful review of the conditions ,
brought about the situation, and what this policy was fully vindicated this exitsing both in the field.of consumption -' before the people of this district 'as a PIANOS, f FI I S, MUSICAl HEBCHINOISE. '

has been accomplished for our common year when the lines called for a conference and in the field of production will candidate for congressional honors, IS West flay St. Phone 19 Jiu-ksonville. Ha.'UI .

good. in September last and adjusted reveal the following facts on which it hoping that the press of this disthict .
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In 1903: ,the attention of this company the rates from Cuban ports to is safe to base an oponion as to the will assist us in geting :Mr. Kehoe to --

was directed to the rates that such figures as placed the Florida future outlook. I make the race.-Calhoun Democrat .- ------

had been put on pineapples shipped grower on equal terms with the Cu- The demand of this class of phos- GOVERNOR'S MANSION.

from Cuban ports to the western mar- ban grower, and to many points, at a phate is undoubtedly Increasing; sales '

' kets, via steamship lines from Cuban positive advantage. Thus this company are new constantly being made to consumers Architect Klutho Submits Plans for /0 "RflCT[ ( A MOMENT.( '

ports enabling the Cuban grower; after at an expenditure of a large who have heretofore used only Inspection and Approval. ((1'

paying duty; to deliver his pine- sum of money and persistent work, Tennessee rock and have always q .
.e :
\ Have decided on the kind of
you
apples to the .western markets at has succeeded in accomplishing that looked to that field for their supply of Tallahassee Jan. 16.-Th, Governor, :' I

: something like 23 cents per crate which it started out to secure name- crude material. Tennessee domestic Mrs. Broward, Hon. A. C. Croom and 144P \\W \\\::, } fertilizer you are going to use? If a

cheaper than the average charge paid ly: the protection of the Florida rock is now largely being consumed by Capt. B. Nl: Mathes spent some time 1r N-/: not a question of how much, but

by the Florida grower froni points on grower. factories located near the base of supply this morning with Architect II. J. \ t what kial when ttis! b&st result _... -

the Florida East Coast Railroad. The The real trouble is and las been consequently reducing the ship- Klutho of Jacksonville studying plans \ 1i : :\ can be obtained You can't make

rates via this company were as low that the duty imposed: in Cuban pine ments to more distant points, and for the Governor's mansion submitted mistake when
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you use our high grad
as the fruit could be carried without apples is entirely inadequate to. pro- making it necessary for consumers in by Mr. Klutho. In the plans made'by fertilizers.

involving. loss. tect the Florida grower against the certain portions of the cotton states Mr. Klutho the proposed building pre- J, ._:

This company immediately called a cheap'labor which obtains in Cuba. who have always relied on this as sents a very handsome appearance Highest dash price paid for dry bones

meeting of all lines interested including Even at the same rate the Florida their base of supply, to turn to Florida outwardly. The building represented

the steamship lines running grower is at a dwided disadvantagesince pebble to supply their wants. is of Corinthian style of architecture.The /
FLORIDA PE3TILIZER MFG. OMPAMY.Galneivilte
direct from Havana and. at the con- he has to pay much higher for Wherp the use of Florida pebble is front and sides are surrounded bya :; .

ference which follqwed they offered labor and has to incur heavy expensesIn once established; it is safe to say thatit broad gallery supported by massive Fla

to advance their rates although not the purchase of fertilizers while will always hold its -own its super- Corinthian columns to the height of -. .--

sufficiently to give the Florida grower Cuban labor is less than one-half iority for the manufacture of super- the building.The 1'

adequate protection. This advance what it is in Florida and commercial phosphates is unquestionable and the building will be o& wood or con-

t\ not being satisfactory to this company fertilizers are very little used on the manufacturer who has once used it crete, as the appropriations is not suf- The Vehicle and Harness CoCo

because it did not sufficiently protect Cuban lands growing pineapples. will continue to do so as long as it ficient for a stone structure and will

the Florida producers it inaugurated Whenever there is a revision of the can be obtained at a fairly reasonable cost approximately $20,000. The pla'ns

J other measures looking to their tariff we shall cordially cooperatewith figure. include arrangements for a furnace for Forsyth and Cedar St.
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protection. the Florida growers in securing There Is no reason to predict any heating numerous baths and all mod- JCKSOXVILLE FLORIDA.

In September 1901 another conference such an Increase of the duty as will decrease in the consumption of the ern conveniences.-Times Union. _ _ _ "

1 was called and it was then fully and effectually protect our grow- phosphates in the territory which has We are glad to note the above para \
Dealers
in Wagons Buggies Carriages Surreys
j agreed by the transportation lines to ers. Meantime it is a source of for the past few years been supplied graph. By all means Florida should ,
Road Carts Harness Saddles Robes Etc. :
j advance the rates from Havana In- pleasure, to us to make it known that entirely with the Florida product In have an imposing and creditable man- Lap .

l eluding the duty so as to give the notwithstanding the disadvantages we fact the indications if anything pointto sion for her chief executive officer.
LARGEST CONCERN IN THE STATE AND LOWEST "RICES
,,) Florida grower an equal chance with have labored under we have, at length an increase dUe to the more prosperous We are glad also to note that Mr. .

the Cuban grower. succeeded in placing the. Florida condition of the farmers and H. J. Klutho has been selected as the

The. day before the new rates were grower on terms of equality with the more modern methods of conducting architect to prepare the plans for this

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to go into effect this company was Cuban ,grower. farming operations.The building. Other things being equal i- :: __. _- : -- ':-O7I : .
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notified that the steamship lines to While we were making this contestfor export business will undoubtedly home talent should be given the pref- PRICE LIST OF / -

the ports would not adopt them, and our Florida shippers, we remained continue on a par with what has erence in these maters
EUREKA WINE &
: the result was to place the Florida silent and submitted to the unjust heretofore existed. As the quality of Mr. Klutho has the reputation of beIng P. 2RCO.J

> grower at the same disadvantages that criticisms indulged in and to the pre- the rock for the export trade is limit one of the finest architects in the The Great Southern Mail Order

|. existed the previous year. judice evoked by men who were either ed. The producers of this grade of south. The buildings he has designed EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart \Ieasare.Fer .

As the company could not reduce ignorant of the real situation or whose material have found no difficulty In speak for themselves. -

:: Its rates on pineapples from Florida. sole object was to create prejudice, placing their entire outputs at profitable I Among others we note the beautiful, .0. four Six Per :
Gallen Quart Q**rU Cue
t, points without meeting so great a loss against this company. for purposes of prices.In I Baptist church building of Jacksonville Hatchett's Primal ....._. M.__.____ $.a 00 |4 o47S 1ft_ fuoo :
that would create a deficit between Its.. their own, and to make the growers the field of production there is the Board of Trade building. Hatchett'j Thai's Whiskey _______'-'' 45 4 6e 58UM
Hatchett's Old Ryt. ._.._............. 320 3- 4*
receipts and expenditures only one believe that we were favoring; Cuban no indication of an immediate Increase which is of unique design the Car- Eureka C.-\ppleBranJy... .._ ._ '. .. 4711 -.
X C. Apple Brandy....... ..._..___ J 2i J 4 IBT 9*
r course was left for the. protection of growers and sacrificing Florida grow- over the output of last year. negie library, which is always referredto Eureka Malt .. ....., ....._...__...-.... 400 .- !*.
of the with favorable comments, the city Kureka N. C. Peach Brandy..._--. ___ 475 475 iso'
Florida and that was to ers whereas as the result shows, la fact some largest producers !l
the ;
grower N C Peaah Brandy ?_ ... ......._ .... US 1* .11 :-e
: try and make the rates from Havana this company was spending a large will unquestionably fall short of their hall a very: massive and imposing Eureka NC.C..rn._._ ._ ....-_._ .. __ J 4 3 4_ 'i'O :
q! Eureka X. C. CornXX .._.__ __......... 3a ._ 4" QI
to about 50"per cent of the rates fixed sum of money fur no other purpose estimated tonnage. In certain instances structure and the Dial-Upchurch Eureka X. C. Corn XXX ..,...-M.._ ..._-o$75 *75 4I 5 It ioii
EurckaN.C.Corn. XXXX.: ..._._.._.._.. SjO :*S 7S0
recently opened have building which is the pride of Jack- -
by the steamship lines and compel than to protect .the' growers on the the deposits : r Old Crow Bourbon.___ --...- ., ---... 4S.* 4,* 175 13b .
them to carry the great mass of the line of this road. not come up to the expectations,* andit sonville. C! Sunny Brook Rye... .'..._-.. ... -- ..-....-. 57S 37 J. u y
I I Sunny Brook Sour Mash ..._... ---.._' 375: 37$ 11 JO
ot Cuban pineapples at a dead loss, Now that this has been accomplished will take considerable time to open I 1 Echo"soring .......?.....??-_._..._ .__ 4" 4 45 ll 1J75I
The .._ ..._ ._. ..... s
and'bring the output upt Ocala Banner's Piety Silk Velvet -- S. 511 I "
at pits
the facts before FlorIda new
i while we carried what we did also we place the up ... ..
Oak and ...... .._ ?._ ... ..- -- 373 4- 6is is
: a loss but without affecting; materially growers and the public generally, the basis on which sales wer; made --.'.-- -,
our revenues from Florida. so that the erroneous impression formed fcr the coming year. Mines which 'he only thing pious about the Gin From $2.50 to 3.50 per Gallon Delifored.
": Save twelve label of Hatchett's Private Sio-k and Mcure a bottle tie. .... Iwvlvt
. In addition this company adopted either designedly or from Ignorance were doing exceptionally well duringthe Jacksonville Metropolis is its daily labels of Hatchett's Old Rye and secure a bottle free Save twelve ...... of HMdMtfThat's *
other looking to the ultimate may be removed and the Flor- past year will be working on considerably Scripture quotations.-Ocala Banner. Whiskev and secure a bottle free. Save twelve tabtb o( Itorck* IT C. -
measures
C-rn and secure a bottle free. Save twelve Ubles of N. C *!.*. Bna4v .. ,new
protection of the Florida producer ida growers may realize that this company reduced outputs ''in, 1906; And the Banner does not give this oe bottle free Save twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure OM bottle free Prior of
much evidence of all goods bought at company's store are Tocper gallon le..t.*. when 4eH.*ted MB
'. During the winter of 1905-06 adopted the only measure possible both on account of heavy overburden pletr.Ietropolis.% charge for jui boies: or draynge. All of my bottle are fall MCkMre. All tUoriaxd
:. this rate continued and this company for their protection and that in and physical conditions whic.h will Oh, yes.. it does. brands wIn des sold over my bar tt (oc per diiak-10 front j lave* for yv AN f
; was F1Sr
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wines quoted on application We also carry cheaper liquor than t oi MOM* .
: and its connections sunk a considerable adopting it we had solely!in view their tend to make mining difficult and The Ocala Bnner never prints a -cial p ices on large quantities; packed an? sixes desired. Money reloaded.....*
sensational article and turns its face satisfactory. : ..
in the slow.
welfare and
of entirely prosperity. j i
:T. sum money -
[.' interests of the Florida producer. If We submit. these facts for ;your information At present there Is no constructionor like flint against scandal or anything EUREKA mi! {E m upa COMPANY

in approaching scandal.It ,35 W St. Jacksonville, P1*.
; this company could have reduced its with the promise that we development work progress I ; Bay

;:; rates from' Florida points to the western shall not pursue any controversy on which will in any way materially in-i I I may be said of the Ocala Banner, "",-", Io7; .. "- "-c .L",,",,, ,=>' '''"''-... 6:.. L

markets without incurring a deficit the, subject for while we are always crease. the output during 1906; there as Father Sheehan In his book, "Un-

,. between Its receipts and expenditures *- ready and willing to advise with our are rumors of\ new plants shortly go- j! der the Cedars and the Stars" says 1 ''r"r"r'1"'r"r"r"r"r',1't"1"r'"r"'r""T'" " ', " '," " "

Li I it would have cheerfully done patrons individually and to discuss ing up and even should these rumors of the writings of Edgar Allen Poe. I-, -

"" no, as its entire aim has been to deVelop -, any and all subjects of their interest prove. true these plants could hardlybe ,I this delightful writer says:,

? the fruit and vegetable industries with them we make it a rule to makeno placerd on a producing basis before I "The most timid and reserved of I Cold Storage I

k in'' he Florida East Coast railway reply to criticisms generally. the close of 1906. 'I young men might read the work. of ",

p r and to carry the products of the Yours truly With these facts in hand it", is safe !I!j Poe right through a Boston literary '

Florida grower at as low a figure as J. P. BECKWITH. to predict that the present prevailing!!;I circle or at a family party after

Li; 'it could possibly do without incurringIo3s. I TraSe Manager. prices will undoubtedly hold their own [ tea. or to a group of ladies on some i Of M8GiS It

I and with the constant demand for i balcony at a seaside hotel. might read
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E: It must be remembered that the Another Story About! George and the \ producers who have not already plac- through without a blush or SL stammer 1--- -.-. -'

fi.fght from Florida, on the line oft I Little Hatchet. ed their entire output for 1906 and ear- I or a single look in advance ten- '' .
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: tills road. consists entirely of fruits t ly 1907 deliveries. will unquestionably. tative of a rude word or a dangerousline. Vie beg to Announce to the public a

k; and vegetables and that to pay the I An ancient tree was recently discov- obtain even better prices for their I ." \ --- -- .-... .

I r< current expenses of the road and meet I ered in Virginia and importance is product.-H. E. Heminger in the You can say this of a very few == that we are ready to cute -::: --.--
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Its fixed charges the rates charged I attached to the find. In addition to American Fertilizer. < poets or a very few newspapers. -- --...
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' for freight must depend up to a certain -.. j I gallons of sweet honey waiting for the :: MEAT We guarantee ::::
the amount of business hot cakes, was discovered a hatchet Sweeter Than a Spring Flovner. Frank Cfark'Still! Busy. .. == ... '-
point .
on I I c::
containing the letters "G. W." It is
J offered. satisfaction and solicit ii' ,
f Furthermore It must be remembered 'I claimed that George Washington surveyed The Ocala Banner looked very fine I I Congressman. Frank Clark has- introduced your pat ;

1" that there Is no road in the United this land pnce ppon a time, and last Sunday with its special telegraphnews a bill to establish a national : T

;' States which depends so much on of course the hatchet found the other and there is a marked improve- military park and branch soldiers' :: ronage. -::: '",:,'''' ,'
f a time must have belanged ment In Its appearance. The' Banner home at Olustee. It was referred to -- "'1----. .
enable it to meet day once upon :'z..
climatic conditions to a == ? ,
i; East to George. It Is probable that promised improvement and It Is certainly the committee on military affairs and ==..-
Florida
the
Us expenditures as ..
t E Coast railway. If there Is a freeze this is the same hatchet George used keeping its word.-Gainesville ordered printed. 1i ;

which destroys the pineapple vege- upon the cherry tree hiding the hat Sun. Ocala Ice a !
Spoiled'Her Beauty. .
the chet In the tree from his father after
.( table or orange crop, it means Harriet Howard, of'209 W. 34th St. .. .
los of thousands of dollars to the : he did the cherry tree act. This Strayed-from my place at MarteL New York at one time had her beauty -- > --

would show that George.was up to a large Jersey cow no mark or brand; spoiled with skin trouble. She writes:
1 road. "I had Salt Rheum Eczema for
; Again the volume freight coming:I snuff and was not the good boy historians one horn brass tipped. other' tip lost I I years, but nothing would cure It, until i fuel) Co. t -I

- Into Florida over this line of road de- would have us" believe when off. Any Information leading to her I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve." A
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quick and sure healer for cuts burns
S P nds very largely on the size of the 1 he confessed "I did. It with my little I recovery will be, suitably rewarded. D. I I and sores. I5e at Tydings & Co., drug

fruit and vegetable crops '?oing out' hatcheCV-Apalachicala Times.... LCIarkMarteIFIa. 1-6-U I store m jl jl jl'jiljl'jl1jl1jl.i1jl111\111jllJl1lLililJiiJliJliI11Jlill' ,. \ Ji'Jll'

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''', _,, THC OCALA BANNER, FRIDAY; -JANUARY. 26, 1906. .

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UNCLE EPHRIAN'SIDEAABOUTIT._ BAPTISTS AT BARTOW. A BIG BOUQUET FOR MARION. r When Swearing is Useful. .

t 1 SS .

-e T. the Editor of Ocala Banner: ftev. E. S. Rogers Re-Elected Rich, .Beautiful .and .
t presi-I
The school of "Higher Criticism" dent-Best Attendance in Breeders' Gazette Tells of

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have proven to their entire satisfac- History of the Assiciation. Luxurious Climate, Rich

oth-I I Bartow, Jan. 18.The= Baptist Soil and Richer Possibilities Reserve


er boob of the Old Bible have no churchwas filled to overflowing by 10 !

foundation in fact, that they are fab- ; a. m. when the gavel of President

; S. B. Rogers fell calling the ,State Florida is without doubt a
ulous myths, entitled to no credence or
Baptist Convention to order. state. People fly to it to escape
consideration. Among other things,
Dr. W. A.' Nelson, pastor of the rigors of the northern winter and
they have established the fact (?) that
First Baptist church Orlando, read der the blue empyrean dome .
the Book of Daniel was written '400
the twelfth chapter of Romans, offeredan the effulgence of all-powerful .
years after the death of the so-called
earnest prayer to God for his Phoebus. Meanwhile the soft .
prophet DanieL And many other Chemist Member -
spirit to help the convention in its gently waft to the tired and Industry. Lou-
things equally astounding have these bc Ameaican Chem
} work. nostrils of the visitors from the .
wise and learned men found out in
a The convention re-elected Rev. S. en North the rare aroma of .
regard to the Old Bible. se
B. Rogers, president Hon. C. A. Carson fruits as though from a garden
It must nave taken a great deal of ) OaiLA FLA. Oet. :*i.ran
vice president Rev. Dr. L. D. Geiger gods, and the gorgeous coloring ,
time and laborious research to estab
corresponding secretary and sub-tropic flowers, the r
lish all these facts, and Uncle Eph- I Co, Wholesale Whisky
treasurer and Rev. S. C. Reynolds recording grandeur of the great oaks and
' riara hopes they are happy over it, Via
f secretary.The fimbriate featheriness of the ,
.
and will reap their reward, whatever ,
reports of the committees on complete a scene entrancingly In accordance with
that may be. your
obligations and aged ministers were tiful to the eye: and soothing
But why should these learned men
rese"nted by Dr. W. A. Nelson and senses. All this calls loudly for {ycur waichcufe en
labor and delve among the musty old I
3 IL S. Stephens. It is a mild ex- gration and forces it, but only and personally selected .,
archives of past ages To what end? ;
I pression to say they were good. seasons of the year; but the
What do they expect to accomplish, sample of
By request of the convention Rev. nature of the transient
and what reward have they?
Dr. S. C. Mullens addressed the con- northerners, while greatly
What if old Daniel, never lived 01
: vention on the elements ,of success In not all that Florida in Its po l Reserve"
"wrote never was cast Into the lIon'fden Royal
the makeup of a preacher. Dr. Mul of wonderful agricultural and
If Jonah never swallowed the
lens is one of the great men of the tural possibilities desenes.
whale or Joshua blew a ram's horn at of which shows it to
south and will- rank first-class anywhere ture of Florida is clearly
Jericho. What if these learned and
and among any people. That the crystal spring of its own
scientific men succeed In proving the
address will be a dream of future joy Small wonder is it that the
whole of the Holy Scriptures without ( ), per cent..3GGti
to men who give their money to boys old Spanish knight Ponce de
foundation or fact and by undermining ( ), per cent. . .43.C1
who are struggling with the problem sought high and low, far and
delving and digging out the foundations cent.. .. .. .. 87.10
of getting an education and are hand this enchanted land for the :
of the Christian church cause p cent. .. O.GG0
icapped by fountain of youth. But it is not
the whole of the grand old structureto poverty. I .. . . . 0.011
It will stimulate munificent endowment by a .
topple and fall into a mass of every preacher,, cent. .. . .. 0.0)5 ,
s energize them to dig out of their bibles nature alone that Florida, now
chaotic ruins. What then? When cent. . . . 0.027
and their fields a success which ening to its greatness, depends
they have demolished this old Templeof ; oil), per cent... 0.073 ;
will help everywhere. for its forward march. Its I ,
ours and turned us out Into the I
The report of the secretary Rev. groves, its December show the whisky; to be
- cold, have they a grander and more
Dr. Geiger, emphasized the activitiesand winter vegetables and its
glorious Temple ready for us to enter brand of high grade
energies of the Florida Baptistsin its
Into Or will they leave the millions
his reportff The total disbursements "Lands of palm and southern disstilled from a clean, pure grain mas.
of the Christian family shelterless,
t homeless of his board were over $41.000 Its lands of palm, of orange oil and of volatile acids is very low.
helpless and hopeless?
an advance over last :year of several. som,
From the foundation of the world, Respectfully,
thousand dollars. This money was Of olive, aloe and maize and
all nations and peoples have had som>. F. T. SCHREIBER, Chemist
expended for church building, assisting are but an earnest of the full
king of religion; some form of worship
weak churches in paying pastor's of its glory. It is the :
of an invisible supreme being.
salaries and In supporting missionaries the agricultural and stock i
that they look up to, and reverence
i in part or all in destitute fields. dustries that shall make the mab QUARTS 83.50 EXPRESS PREPAID. -
as their God. It was so from the be
Bartow, the noble,. the good we will cence of Florida's resources
ginning. From the time when th
never forget our experience here mankind.
morning stars sung together, and all
among her good people. May all our At the Florida state fair held
the sons of God shouted for Joy."SinceAbel
conventions be blessed with such a year at Tampa a prize of $2,000
offered his first sacrifice to thr' e I
gracious host. offered for the best display of I
Lord. And will be so to the end ol
The attendance is immense, considering county's products. This most & CO.
time. It Is Inherent implanted by th :
he width of the territory, perhaps premium was won by Marion
Creator In all human beings, from thr
the best in the history of fifty and in the accounting of the
lowest type of humanity to the highest
years of Its life. that county was awarded the Owners and Distributors.
The yearning and longing of the immortal
The spirit of the convention is the number of points for agricultural
soul for an existence which it e
best-not a caustic remark has yet ducts, cereals .and live stock.
feels must be its destiny after tHe FLORIDA
fallen, not an unkindness shown its: herdsman and the dairymaid are
death of the mortal soul.Don't .
good cheer. It's let's do better, do tined to become before long the
you see.' my very wise and
more for the :Master next year. Todaywil est factors in Marion county's
scientific masters, that we are obliged
be a day of toil to finish business, gress, their work crowning with
to have some kind of religion? We I
m't
and tomorrow we will.in a body go to finished product the labors of the Bros.
cannot get along without It. We wantit
Arcadia and see our orphans and how mer. Marion county, with a
and need It. The religion of Jesu? f
the good people enjoy this splendid that is gently moist and very en
Christ Is a part of our very lives am n -
work.- -Union. in temperature: is a veritable Copper Works
beings. The foundation of our gov
spot for the culture of all I
rnment and laws. Our but\:ar ks.. I
Grand Lodge Adjourns. including the cassava, that go to of Turpentine Stills
against anarchy and despotism. 0 u'
-. stock keeping pleasant and
stay and comfort In this life, and th
The grand lodge of Masons, which The bright shafts of the sun Metal Workers.
foundation of for '
I our hope a blessed
I met in Jacksonville the past week hare s : make strawberries ripen in

Immortality. It Is a good enough .
adjourned. will put growth'aoto, calves shotes
ligion. A good one to live by, and r
The Masonic order has been more lambs if they are merely
blessed one to die with. Then
why prosperous in Florida during the past satisfy their appetites on the in exchange for new ones. Patching
try to demolish It. Why trouble
your year than ever before in its history. of the teeming soiL Marion a specialty. Orders by mail or
Ins about Its
origin. What if
i you The report on finances was most excellent wants more settlers. It has prompt attention at either of the
cannot-verify all that the old
prophet: I I and it was announced that prodigious resources by actual .
have written in ,regard to Jesus Christor .
I charters had been Issued to six new stration-the surest o.f all
trace hU ancestry in a direct line
I I lodges during the year. Chicago Breeder's Gazette. N. C.

;- back to Adam? Or doubt His being The following officers were elected: SAVANNAH, 6A

; the son of the Great Jehovah by the I I FLA
; Dr. Charles W. Johnson, Grand Master Cured Lumbago.A. MOBILE, ALA
'
virgin Mary. Why not :
accept the Jacksonville. B. Canman Chicago,

Christian religion as we do the many I('I March 4, 1903. "Having been
Elmer E. Haskell Deputy GrandMaster ed with lumbago, at different
other good things the Almighty has and tried
I I Palatka. one physician after
blessed us with "without then different ointments and
questioning, :
and with thankful hearts?" I i I Louis C. Massay, Senior Grand gave it up altogether. So I tried

Warden Orlando. more and got a bottle of Disappoint Our PatiBnf

It matters little however, if you as a I Albert W.. Gilchrist Junior Grand Snow Liniment, which gave me o

class don't like It. You instant relief. I can cheerfully ..
are free to I I Warden, Punta Gorda. ommend It, and will add my Promise and ElTtr fold Out Flls.n'DIl.

plan, and adopt a better religion if ycan. o u Dr. II. Robinson, Grand your list of sufferers." Jett&.ttoatiro b11e.l'k..'.U41 Vut..J.'Wi,.... _
You have precedents by the bar- \, Treasurer L Sold by all druggists. boo aatt.su' eatartou .... P......
WI&h.0",111'7
Jacksonville. or atD.n1 aaaauof ..... .f heat
rrlfulL Mahomet didn't like it, and I vigor PoaIU.e'T.recl, .. IUmlL1aa&bat ..rnsaes,
Wilber P. Webster, Grand Secretary, Being Sued for Libel. TbO Dr X1aI KedfeaJ Ce II a1l bulttacaoa otTaatuesder W
hence the Mohammedan religion with I Jacksonville. law.otthe.latA .f Georc l.w t..t''u., sal "Fe"all

Its doctrine of Kismet Joe Smith oerroaasalahrojedl.euu tJ11a ia.dtadOL a.Qt Dr. B. K. k ag. tie tov.l;
established chill .
Rev. t eou.IUI ea .falil M
W. B. G. Wilkie, Grand Chaplain Messrs. Carter and Russel, blI.td Of eat.e.,pllfSicl&A'aad ,
tlU11K111.
the Mormon
church wipolygamy th I Oar inoMU IB ttt treatment .
of ..
Dunedin. etors of the Jacksonville ekroaia 41. .. "UlVJ6
as one of its chief corner led: "t nee boll DlM1eal sod elwtrtal Mtn ...
Rev. II. S. Verger, Grand Orator, are beirfg sued in the United OuUlllceutq1&lpped. wltb a4 abe tslr.nf.. tine' W&t
stones And now, Mary Baker Eddy teeIteyrtolet r ".a.C ltasearayt I. fad erery.leecy eal
Jacksonville. court for $10,000 ,damages by : eoDtnyuoe knows&e the medical rrotMSio. Oarsesttsrtaate
has Inaugurater a religion which is r mOCIeru 111 .
to Z. T. every r..pee& and we IIIIplo acne but U. beat
Merritt Grand Marshal tratned
Buena Frank E. Butler, whose maiden n &lid etddeas attendsnta ftnlarlJ ,l&aJ1l14
banish rrw---
"slrkness'and sorrow, pain and Vista. ud licensed pQJIet1DS: being fa cOtrge. .
death" from the face of the earth. is Annie Oakley, by which name w. employ JlQ m.lll841D man to snare patS..t

George B. Glover, Senior Grand Des is famous all over the country as ;l \ l&troIIage-IO.,thi.In.tattOa.O.ft's Our senna oraauk.dtot 1 :..-....,.,.MD' ..,
And
the old prophet Elijah comes forth totrestmt f lUll
cvenf rea
to hLp4!
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con, Monticello. crack shot of the world. per month (mtd1e1IM luolwdtCj! and wt give taaaatai
from the sate of a cure within
misty shadows of the >past a spelled Une.
James E. Crane, Junior Grand De L- The Metropolis along with CHSOHIC wesaaaa>
and proclaims that he is -full bent" a DISEASES. aeetly SSSfiSS
cars au
con. Tampa.J. % *
inanother newspapers in the ; ) such u Kidney and BI dd*< tronblea, Ei.. .
on reforming the world It jt takes a : / Kuptore. llydrfxeU. DrH... IXMM Bi unm
IL Me ad
RIchbourg.
Grand .. rrtr1-*
Standard .
DIH. .
billion of dollars 0 fiddle de dee. Let try printed an article stating that W Tumor u4 maUcaaat trooblta, Omtarrb of the
Bearer, Crestview.P. NoMj Tkwftt Bead and La.... cisewei CIt ,
nie jcr sea
our religion alone: You are free Oakley was seen drunk on Chrome DltMuea of Woman tag u Puptecvatct Eu .

P. S. Thompson, Grand Sword Bear-. streets/of Chicago and that she s ,/ Cioaxoral' DlsoDirges tad encl w akoet*.. "f wove,.
come and "play In our yard," but V, Quincy. lii. au;.Inclaalnt condttioo If ran art alck or .mlct.e4., Oa r..mest Te
don't tear down our playhouse a pair of trousers and pawned i irmptom blank for borne treatociii
W.: B. Higdon. Senior KCAMIJIATIO.V AND .
Grand Stew. This is ADnC-EEI'
story indignantly denied
r UNCLE EPIIRL CO. ttar1. : ;
ard, Gainesville. Miss Oakley and says that the JM r itlanta Ca.

II. N. Sheeting Junior Grant Steward lication of the article has been
Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin L. L D. :

t Of Waverly, Texas, writes: "Ot' a Tallahassee. jurious to his character and .

morning, when first arising. I often W. M. Williams, Grand Pursuivant tionAir... -

find a troublesome collection of phelesro Fruitland.

which produces a cough and is ;

V very hard to dislodge; but a small John W. Capper, Grand Tyler Jack Nathaniel Adams in his
quantity o fBallard's Horehound STANDLEY
Syrup sonville.
- will at once dislodge it and the trouble to the governor giving his reasons t & COThe

Is over. I know of no medicine resigning from the Board of

that Is equal to it, and it is so pleasant Sickening Shivering Fits. makes some pretty strong ;

to take. I can most cordially recommend or Ague and Malaria, can be relieved
It to all persons needing a and cured with Electric Bitters. This against the action of the board Pin }aloe of Human Sill

medicine for throat or lung trouble." is a pure, tonic medicine; of especial taking.the university from Lake

Sold by all druggists. m benefit in malaria for it exerts a true to Gainesville and nearly as : i/

curative Influence on the disease, driv Has been reached in
Fortieth Anniversary. lag it entirely out of the system. It is against keeping up any our carriages

', much to be preferred to Quinine, ha v- alL Pensacola Journal buggies and harness. The
tag none of this drug's bad after only nay .
Our very .much esteemed contemporary effects. E. S. J
Munday, of Henrietta, \ they can ever be
the Ocala Banner will celebrate Texas writes: "My brother was very Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tho better fa to rate the
lew with malarial fever and jaundice Made.
.Kr Its fortieth anniversary this: till he took Electric Bitters which "In my opinion Chamberlain's Co pinnaole-elevate the standard-and

e year. We beg to suggest the holdingof ] javed his life. At Tydings & Co, drugstore Remedy is the best made for col even then
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a special-or ; price 50c. guaranteed. m says :Mrs. Cora Walker of our vehicles will be found
the annualmeetingof ] California There is no doubt a ,

the Florida Press Association at Miss Edith Piatt gave a small informal its being the best. No other will at the top. They are not so high Ii

Ocala on the date a cold so quickly. No other is so
of the anniversary tea Wednesday afternoon in a preventive of pneumonia. No 0 prices, though, as to be out of reach

so that Frank Harris admiring fellow her studio on South Second street. Is so pleasant and safe to take. t
of
craftsmen may assemble and assist About a half dozen of her lady friends are good reasons why it should most vehicle users. Let na quote
.,1- preferred to 'any other. The
,him to celebrate.:-St Augustine Rec- were with her and the afternoon was that few people are satisfied with you figures.

m rd. very pleasant. other after having once used this

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. I Back From the -Convention.Rev. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. yrtJte&aicmat. g'2r .
TO .... ,
tERMANENT meadows RESPOKDENTS: --- ------ -
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should have annual Under and by .virtue of a cetarin R. pFvLIyi.: L. K.Br.ALOCK, a .t: / nd TUD
an C. C. Carroll returned home -V,
. tift decree in Chancery made and entered'] FULI..E "B L9CLD.uLi..u -x w BT A

1 dressing of 500.pounds Saturday afternoon from the state -- on the 24th day of January, 1906, by i BANK DEPOSIT

the Honorable S. Bullock, Judgeof $5,000
Baptist convention which held at
p r acre ofya fertilizer contain- was All Communications must be the circuit court of the Fifth Judicial Over MuBfoe & Chambliss Bank Ocala,Fla.J' R. R. Fare Paid. No***
Bartowr, and paid us a very pleasantcalL circuit of Florida sittingin -- liken on tmtian. BESTand
.BIGG: cheapest on earth. Dent deIa,.. Writs-dayv.
>
ing. eleven per cent POTASH Mr.:. carroll says that the convention in Chancery -for Marion county in a 6E08GU-AUBAMA BUSINESS
by Wedftesday aftereoon to certain cause therein pending whereIn COLLEGE I.xcuC ,

a'id ten per cent. available In every way was delightful Gordon S. Scott, as Receiver of the .-\ rrORXEY-AT.JtA .

and profitable. That in the way of appear in current issue of Ocala Building and Loan Associationis (Office in Gary-Aimew Block.) NOTICES :

posphoric acid. missionary contributions, contributions complainant and Herman Moses OCALA. Ft-ORlD --
and others are defendants, I will, on Notice of Application for IAX Deed
.This will force tof the Orphanage home and other Weekly. lIondathe
gradually out M. THOMPSON. Under Section 8 Chapter 8334,
. matters that the Ocala church stoodat 5th Day of. March, 1906, : J ..:..-.. Laws of Florida.
sour and from the same being the first Monday in I
mosses Xotice is
grasses I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON hereby given that Thomas
the top of the list That duringthe M'INTOSH ITEMS. the month and a legal sale day, offer Lawton
Office purchaser of Tax Certificate
'. the meadows, and bring good hours of the convention it was an- for sale to the highest and best bidder over Teapot Grocery Opp Montezinna. No. 198 dated the 2nd day of June A.,
for cash before the OCALA. FLA.
court house
grasses and clovers ; thus increasing nounced that a mortgage of $550 rest- Mrs. G. Houly, from Chicago, IlL, I door in Marion County, Florida, between my D., 1902 office has and filed has said made certificate applicatit U

ed on the Orphan's home and in five and Miss Mary Houly from Mt. Ster- the legal hours of sale, the following EDWIN SPENELA'N'ORNEY..ATLA fortax deed to issue in accordance
the aswell described lands in :Marion _
. quality ; as minutes or less time $1,130, largely ling, Ky., came last week to get out County, Florida, to-wit with law. Said certificate embraces

the quantity of the hay.Our more than enough to pay off the mortgage of the cold, and will remain throughthe The block northwest of land quarter of the lot OCALA.8.,* W FLORIDA, the following in Marion described county property Florida. situated U-.
or lying immediatelysouth
practical book, "Farmer's Guide'," was. donated. Other church winter with Capt. B. F. Dorsey and of and adjoining the lot or blockon wit: Northeast quarter except 34.ft
acres section 23
fives valuable.facts for every sort of crop- contributions poured in in the same family. jphich the Ocala High School J K. CHASE._ Range, 22 East, ,126 township acres. R The soutk.salt

,roli=oillg. It is or.e of a number of bf,1.s on liberal manner. An excursion was Miss Hemphill from Princeton, Ky.. BuiRing now stands and is erected, land being assessed at the date of the
successful lertftzation winch send and being bounded on the north by DENTIST. ... -. issuance '
we of
on re- such
certificate in
the
taken to Arcadia on Friday to visit Is visiting her sister Mrs. J. L. Wil- South Sixth street; on the east by lot OCALA PL
free of -
of
quest. any cost or obligation, to any name Thomas James. Unless sal 4
.. the Home and their reception, Mr. Car- of land heretofore sold to E. H. Hel-
I f rmer who will write u, for them. I tis. certificate shall be redeemed accord
I I roll says, was the most cordial he Mrs. Taylor, from NicholasvHle, Ky.. Ocala venston by the Trustees of the said CARLOS iIS'1'k ing to law. tax deed will issue therein
High School the
Address GER 'AN KALI WORKS. I ; on south by on the 29th day oj January. D1905.
taw: York 93 Nassau Stritt. or had ver witnessed.: The excursionists sister of our popular and prosperous lot belonging to Mrs. Musie Bullock. ATTORN EY.AT.LAW. -
Atanu Ga.-22 So. Broad Street and on the west by Pond street
were given a big dinner and lun- merchant J. K. Christian, and motherof or Room MS. Witness my official signature ant
Building
much thereof & 'JIC
so as may be sufficient ;
f j ches were prepared for them to take Miss Mary Taylor, one of our successful to satisfy the said final decree D.seal, 1905.this the 27th day of December, A.

I Mrs. M. M. Little W'i s Prize Offered. back with them on their return trip teachers in the McIntosh high and costs of court II155 B. N. SINCLAIR, [Seal.] S. T. SISTRUNK

i in Jacksonville Sun. and many b9xes of oranges 'were distributed school came the latter part of last 1-26- H.Special M. Hampton Master ,in Florida.Clerk Circuit Court, Marion 12-S County.>.

among them. Brides visitingthe week, and willisit Mr. Christian's Chancery.Assessor's STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER

In Saturday's JacksonvUle Sun it Home the delegatesisited some family and other relatives here. Notice. and Notary Public -NOTICE. :

I of the immense orange groves nearby Mrs. John Withrow returned from Special attention to out of Town Work .
was announced that Mrs. M. M. Little -
1 and returned home with a most charm- Eustis Saturday and will return there I will be at the following places on Commercial Bank, Ocala, Fin J. Taxes are due and payable un the Ant
of Ocala, had won the prize offered time specified to receive
returns of Monday of jf m ember ot each
ing impression of that section of jear.
I with her husband and little son the. and .
I. property agricultural statistics. 3. Personal i .d poll taxes most be paid at the
that '
by publication for the best Florida. Mr.. Carroll was accompan- latter part of the week. Meet me with correct descriptionsof same time that real estate U paid ou.it assessments -

atol')'. This contest has been on forse.eral I ied by Mrs. Carroll and their little Mrs. Davidson and Miss Ida Turnip- your property and you will never JohnWtuie&Co. are to the same party.
have any trouble. LOUISVIllE! KY. 3. If possible come in person to '
weeks. The pay ?en
name of Mrs. Lit- daughter. Mrs. J. G. Spurlin, who also seed of South Carolina are visiting January, 190&- at&bflA.d1537 %* taxes Paying by mail or through other pattte

I tie's story Is "The Point of Tryst," and atended the convention from Ocala, I their father, Judge J. O. Turnipseed Martel, 22, a. m. ID Nt aarW price is frequently unsatisfactory,
Cotton Plant, 22 p. m. gtUtarnw .. When you come to pay your taxes brin a
it will be published in the Sun next *
stopped over for a few days with her of this place. .
Heidtsville, 23, 10 a. m. tu 2 p. m. FURS description from your deed or latest tax receipt

week. The winner of the 'prize fox friend Mrs. Ramsdell.. at Lakeland, Miss Forrester of Atlanta Ga.. is, Dunnellon, 24. ofwhatyouwishtopayon.
Romeo 25 11 2 and Hides. '- 5. Don't wait tiU last few dayt of time to
the best is Almeda Wright Dris a. m. to p. In.mitchton pay.
poem and Miss Hattie Moody, of Memphis, visiting Miss Artie Baldwin. 26. a. m. w..,.. : then expect the best service either by matt *r

: coil of Braidentown, whose poem. Tennessee, who had been with relatives John D. Walkup, James Mixon andF. Kendrick, 29, a.. m. n-----, .. w person. 1 he nub U tarn on and delay* are '
You .
unavoidable must take
your turn a* it ;
"Baby Bees was declared to be thi in Ocala for some weeks, went R Smoak have gone to Gulf Hammock Martin, 29, p. m. comes,
Lowell, 30, a, In. '
best one sent in to the Sun. NOTICE. 6. You must have your property properly a*.
from Bartow to Cuba, where she is for a ten day's fish hunt. Reddick, 30, p. m. sessed.if you wish to avoid trouble in payment

Mrs. Little's friends congratulateher interested in the missionary work.' A recent telegram states that Clark Fairfield 31, a. 'm. of taxes. The collector cannot alter the vaU- :
Irvine. 31 p. in.February In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial ation or description of assessments found oa the
on her splendid literary abilities I Walkup of Baytimore is better, but 1906.' Circuit Florida. in and tax book. E.L.CARNEY. Tax Collector.

and will all be anxloift to read her The Ocala automobilists who started another telegram from :Mrs. Robinson, Flemington, 1, a. m. for Marion CountyInChancery. IO273t Marion County,OcaJa, Fla.

prize story ; from the city early Monday morning oldest daughter of Dr. Walkup, who Central 2, a. m. .
Geiger, 2 p. m.Mclnt .
I The Judges in this contest were Rev. overland, to witness the great lives at Seven Oaks, says she is seriously /.sh, 3, p. m. >'ancy A. Jones Complainant, vs J. NOTICE APPLICATION FOR LEAVE

I T. Henry Blenus Rev. Edward F. Ley auto racing at Ormond, will get a ,ill, and wants her father at Shady Grove, 5, a. m.' "- B. Jones Defendant Order for con- TO SELL MINOR'S LAND.
' Santos. 5. p. m. '. structive
I "' and Rev. J. Lawton Moon all of Jack- good deal of experience before the: once. he being in Baltimore with his Belle view, 6. -,.::_ It is ordered'servi<'e.that the Defendant- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON THK

J ponvllle! and they were given the stories return. Mr. H. C. Jones, who wen I son. The doctor and family have the Pedro, :7, a. m.Levon ': herein named, to-wit: J. B. Jones be tothe December. A. D w.WL a o-

t and numbered and not far Astor returned home Wednesday 7, p. m. and. he is hereby required to appearto ply and for Honorable Joseph Bell cuuot judge
poems were as as sympathy of a host of friends and it Summerfield 8 In Marion county. ute of Florida, at
a. m. the Bill of Complaint filed In this Ins office in Ocala. said for
orderauthorizing
! aware of the author's names until after morning. Mr. Jones: says that I is to be hOIede will hear much bet- Candler 8, p. m. cause on or before Monday, the me.as guardian county ol the minor.an William -

] thy had made the awards. In nearly the whole country is under water ,ter news before many' hours. Oklawaha, 9 p. m. 5th day of March, 1906, Ross Chambers, to sell at pnvate sale the
Eastlake. 10. a. m. bllowin? property belonging to said
.. It is further ordered that a estate to-
1 r their letter to the editor of the Sun and in addition to its being alread.: Miss Mary Walkup led the Christian Wiersdale, 10, p. m. I of this order be published once copy a wit: Twenty chains square in the northea

these gentlemen : flooded the Ocala autoist encountered Linadale, 12. a. m. week for four consecutive corncrof the 4rredonda Grant in Section tweD- -
I say Endeavor sucecs&fully last Wednesday weeks In ty (zo) Township twelve I da) south Range
Drawdys 12 J
noon.
"In our very cdreful examination of heavy rains nearly all the way. :Mr.: I evening anti had quite a good atten- Moss Bluff, 13, a. m. the Ocala Banner a newspaper pub twenty one (zr) east containing forty (ic) acres
lished in said county and :state. more or less
I' "every contribution presented there Jones decided to return home as the dance. Electro 13, p. m. This 19th day of January. l90.S. Said land belonging to the said minor. to W
Lynne, 14. a. m. sold for the best interest of said minoi
itcu
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were quite a number seemingly of almost effort was too much for the pleasure, T. Sistrunk.
Mrs. William :M.: Gist entertained This the sth of
day Novemotr.
._ Grahamville 14, 1 to 3 p. m. Clerk Circuit Court Marion County 1905.
I equal merit. and by a process of but the others, Messrs. Robinson I Saturday afternoon at her elegant Connor it. 3 to 5 p. m. FlorMa. u-i? MARY G. CHAMBERS.Guardian.ADMlNISTrUAOrVS -

careful sifting and comprehensiv Spencer, Gates, Smith and Lang kept home in honor of her guest Miss Mary Churchill, 15, p. m. I Edwin Spencer. Complainant's Solici
Eureka, 16, a. m. I tor. 1-26-51
.crltl18m. we finally decided upon th I speedn though they did not break Walker. Daisy, 16, p. m. i NOTICE.

selection numbered 61 and 65. Oui the world's record. They expected to Rev. Sam J. White, pastor of the Fort McCoy, 17, a. m. 1i 1--
Pine (school house) 17. p. m. is HEREBY GIVEN TO.
: decision was entirely from a point o reach their destination some time Christian church, preached two able Orange Springs 21. p. m. i I NoncE wtutfiold claims of any kind against U.I.

literary merlL"Tom Tuesday night or early Wednesdaj sermons yesterday and last night to Citra. 22. the: estate of James HiLton Howard.late of Marion -
Sparr, 23.Anthony. county deceased, to present the name for -
morning. crowded houses each time. 24. payment, duly prove to the undersigned ad- .
is for Hoke Smith for ministnotor. within the time prescribed by law,
Watson Irs. Clarkson from Atlanta, Ga., is March, 1906. and in default tbereot this notice will be pleaded .

Governor of Georgia and for John Alderman Chace is setting a good visiting Mrs. Selbert and Mrs. Walker.G. Ocala, from 5th to 31st. I in bar of such payment. My postoffice address
Alfred Ayer Assessor. is Grahamville.HaNo .
Temple Graves for the United States example. The beautiful new fence he H. Cleaves from Campagn, N. Y., 1-12-tf. Ir 2Qth, 190. HATTOS: HOWARD

g'nata. Graven Is also for Smith .for is building around his Fort King avenue arrived Sunday and has gone into winter r Administrator Howard. oi the estate of James H II i'ttoa gt .-

G-nernor and is saying mighty pleasant lot has live oak posts, which will quarters with Captf B. F. D,. rsey. NOTICE.-

things about Tom Watson. Things last for a century. These posts are
Mr. Cleaves has just recovered from a
NOTICE
OF SPECIAL MASTER'S
SALE
Xotice is hereby given that on' the
In Georgia do not look exactly right I said by those who claim to know to spell of pneumonia'which he caught 7th and Sth of February, 1906, the

to a man up a tree.: out last cedar or iron. while en route to Florida, and has Board of County Comissioners of Mar- :.
ion county, Florida will be in session TheretKnorcMerall Pattern toUlaffc U.il 4 UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OP A CERTAIN -
I been laid up with it for.. he past six to receive and consider plans and States ihn .c ot"atzcrns. Tlutia .. rendered by tve Honorable W. S.
I r Mrs. Robert listen Rhodes, of I Mrs. C. A. Liddon went up to weeks. r !specifications for a necourt house account of their style accuracy and iimpUdty.moicaub Butlclk circuit judge of ol the the I'tateof circuit Honda.court'of sitUagia the iflhuduial
.
'r..f'all'. ltla.aziD..fThc Q", ...of Fashloa)SU
Jacksonville, nee Miss Georgia Smith, Gainesville Saturday to spend a short Paris for Marion county Florida, to be >cjn lcn tnoW....,01 her Laa.rs'Maf-uin.. Omyear's ch ncery for Marion county in a cert-iu cause
Messrs. Clay and James, from erected on the ,public square in Ocala, tubscnpnoBia( numbers)c.'t..30 ere te. Latest pending therein wherein James E Chace t$
*uf this city. is visiting! her father, Dr. while with her daughter, Mrs. James are the last thoroughbred colonels to at a cost of from $ OOOO to $65,000 and cumber. 3 cent. Every subtoiber feti a McCali fa.. complainant Annie 3!. Chandler and Henrv
'
I). M. Smith. She came down for her M. Dell. :Mrs.: Liddon was accompanI all architects are invited to submit tern Free. Sutacrihe today.Lailf W. Chandler are Defendants. slid decree bein;
arrive fri>m the old Kentucky state Afe.ts Waate4. UandYme".JIUU"librral rendered on th! i8th day ol November A. D.
father' marriage to Miss Jessie C. I by her small daughter :Miss: plans and specifications by that time.H. cub commiivon. Pattern Caialof(ol tot it 1005 I will offer for sale and will cell to the
I they having arrited yesterday.Rev. W. Long, HEns) tat Premmm Catalaue (skovtof .4.e prcmunilaent highC5t and best bidder for cash. at public onV -
Maughs which took place yesterday. Frances Liddon. S. J. White made a flying business Chairman, Board of County Commis- ire. AUres Till UeCAli CO..ht.Y.fcSTOCKHOLDER'S cry before the court house door(south)in cala.

I sioners of Marion county, Florida. Marion county, Florida between legal hours -
: trip to Hampton "n the early Attest: :g. T. Sistrunk. Clerk. 1-12-41 oi sale on the first Munddy in January. A O
i .... --a I 1906; to-wit. ''
MEETING.
I train L41aY.This .
RETAIL PRICE LIST OF The famous Buster Brown Blue January tst,1906.
watm spring weather is mak- I the following real property S1lD tte. ?}Wgr and
Ribbon Shoes for boys antI girls at The annual meeting the stockho'd- beingin Manoncounty. Florida to-wit:
ing and the truekers
are
WINES BEER AND MALT. Crops Jiurri I
WHISKIES Lots three(3) and four (4) of block twentr
shipping lettuce, cabbage peas and the Fair Store. x t ers of the Ocala Foundry and Machine eight; (28)) of Old Survey ol Ocala. exorptiag

works \vill be held at the office of the lortj ((40) feet east and west b> vejity-two beets with a rush.C. I feet noilh and south m the uvtt>west rolite
E. Bateman and Walter Yancey Ws art tie sole asa: fer the celebratedSeanise company in the city of Ocala. Fla, on of lot three 13)), or so much thereof a? may*; :
22PS::SS PSZ .ID. B ilk goo<.*=-Jus;; free-Not prepaid, Wednesday 10th January 1906 accessary to satisfy said decree cod costs.. .
II made a flying trip to Ocala Saturday. Sarpsa Leather Gsi Ocala Paraiwrs N LWDtVALSpecial
It Full Qt Measure.._ ... 4 Q s 6 QU 12 Qts 3t.5o psrea'lon Rye. Giu.Co.n. Good Grade Matter ChaD
iIunuug.1ub K\e ...._, 5< 65 $4 oo $i OQ $2 OQ'xrr gallon. Hunting and fishing was never bet- Co. at 11 o'clock a. m. for the election of \Luun &DAVIS.bolicitors in <
Non County Kve........_. > 90 25 750 Rye. Gin. D>rn. Rum. Fine Oualnyf* 51: per!gal I ter than in .this section and. the like officers and transaction; of other busi- for Complainant it i
,
Monogram: Rye. ._...... S2> 4 60 b 00 '
IIl&n '. "<4" Rye..._.._ 3 7> ;; 00 Q 50 I RyeGm.. Cord, Kura Best lor the money.. of game trley bring in was never ness. ,- Above sale has been postponed, to
Stlt'tal Uro,..... ...... ..... .... 4 co C co U co I *3 00 1""r gal 9fen
Mall Whiskey.._-......... ....:. 3 75 5 OQ 9 So I "44" R\e. Peach and apple brl'u Peach BM"4yApule .__.. ...,,_ 3 75 ;> 00 95' by age. $4 00 per gal. CHAS. E. THOMAS. Pres. L. W. DISTAL.
Bru\l).-..>,_ _. 3 7v 500 050 : Victoria Rye, Social Drops Rye Medical:: quality : kneckdeep. Special Master in Chancery.ADMIMISTRA'FRIXS .
Holland Gin ...._..........J a Sot 4 X 7 iS I 4 Se( 1- -lt ---
'-.env. Gin .._._. .... .. 3 75 S OQ 5Q LE\f SF LOGIS BEER. Per doa l
North CaroliniC"nI._ 2 6s 4 oo T oo Flstff ..... '-.... __ ...._ .._$x 25 Trouble Maitland. NOTICE OF FINADISCHARGE.
Mountain Corn .._. ....... 3 71* 5 oo 1050 I Extra Pale ..._..__,._. _.__...._.. ..... t w TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.- ..
lamacta Kara .._..._" '''' a 06 4 35 1 S 1 Standard ...... ..__..:.... ._ I 00 .;}J'f T"Io>r '-lJi"I .
Medfoid Hum _...._....? :3 75 5 0 9 50 Malt extra dark .. .._... ..........toe Quite a number of the citizens of 'J'm t 1'ftt. 1.: NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
trap* lUandy.. ... ..._ 37i 5 oojucitv <) 5 i Co"nrger, unported.........__..._...._...... 2 e. W. In County Judges Court Marion CountrKlouda.
King of K Burborn.. $ 75 5 00 950 Bavi Ale pints...........__.... ___... 2 35 JIaitland were up before if. S. Com- K:4 Is Re Rotate of J. f. Kdwards,
Guinness Stout .pints .... .... 2 United State Land Office Gainesville Dase& -
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of missioner Williams The
.Atirte: Aflwei on all G::is ;:: Wednesday. Make sore a yiPl of cn!xnti!y andquality. VOITICK; Ii HEREBY GIVES TO AU
Fla. Dec. 18, 1903j
i p.atiiwlFerry's .
\Vbeayour HUT
: Prices by tis barrel 02 ajplicrtics. postmaster, Ir.V.. B. Mitchell, at : they were" the bt on the whom may concent ou thc, _

... this little village had Mr. B. A. Galoway market,but they have been improving N OTIE IS. HEPEBT GIVEN ist ilav_ uSJuM A. U. 1906.
--- ever since. We are eiptru In that in compliance with the provisions the undersigned will apply to the Hoi. Joseph
.
\ one of the principal merchants flower and egttab1edv.< r Bell,judge ot said court, as judge oi probate,
1906 Seed Annual.utlfu1 EIus- : of the act of Congress of June for & tinal discharge a< Administratrix of the
arrested for maintaining a post officein trated,free to applicants..
3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale estate 01 J. K. Edwards deceased and at the
his store contrary to the statutes D. M. FERRY CO., Detroit. Mich. t same, lime I will present to sad c un my final
HANNE BRO & of tinber lands in the States of California
f account as administratrix ot add e Ule, an.!
made and provided, _etc. Oregon, Nevada and Wash- ask for their app.tml :-
Dated this Nor 28 A D.
1905
246.258VeU Jams St. Jacksonville Fla Messrs. ilitchell and Galloway are 'I ington Territory," as extended to all i>. c. Ef'\\"AKD;.

brothers-in-law. and bad blood has the Public Land States by act of Aug- Administratrix snt(01 J. ?. K twirlstc
ceased. xizo
S existed between them for some time. ust 4, 1892 John D. Robertson, of
--.; -WTRrI1l! ( [ N --
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I Mr. Galloway and his attorney, Mr. ., Ocala. county ef :Marion, State (orTerritory --
qui'te ), of Florida has this day filed NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. -
I Jones, of Orlando, with a number -
S -- .. in this office his vorn statement Department of the Interior Lai ffic a
.: ,of witnesses was before Commissioner Gainesville, *'ta. NOT .
Good Money in Growing Large Wa XI). 354, for the .purchase of the East 25 1905.VOTICE .
Williams and exhibited the"postoffice" teHER-BY GIVEN THAT THE
I termelons. : one-half of the Southeast one-quarter, ii following! named w"*'erhas filed notice of
that :Mr.: .Galloway was as- '
Northwest quarter of Southeast quarter hK ibteotinon io make nnat proof ill support of
; cused of unlawfully maintaining. It I have been planting each year t bL claim ana that aid proof will be nude be-
and Xoriheast quarter of Southwest fore Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala Fla., enrix
I j I' was carried in a paper sack and was for several years, from .70 to 100 quarter of Section Xo. 5. in J.2Htarr 6. 11Ji16,

| about half the size of an ordinary I' acres in E.len variety of Watermelons J'Tor.nship Xa 18 S. Range Xo.' 20 E. : Jose ..- julh,ot S.immerSjld: FiaJU No..

.. cigar box. As there was clearly ncI and have made good mon- I and will offer proof to show that the 463.. soutluatt quarter of southwest ,Art... ; -
.
; and outhwcrt quarter of southeast quarter section
evidence against merchant Gallowaj ey every year. I secured good all sought L< more valuable for its jS,tuwn&hip 17 south range 23 east.

i he was discharged by: the commissioner. Eden seed to begin with and have timber or stone than for agricultural He'names the following witnesses to prove hisostinuO'.1S
.: <: residence upon and cultivation of --
: er. improved them each year, by selecting purposes, and to establish his claimto said laud viz: DcWitt smith ct oxford Fla.
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Ii I I said land before Clerk.Circuit cou-t Pack Iorrr o' Sammerfieid Fla., Sam MoreH
One and Two-horse Hay Presses This ca!'e;. created a great deal of my seed from only large of Summerfield, Fla R, D. Morer of Su-nmer- ,.;
at Ocala Fla. on field, Fla -
feeling and excitement'and the sympathy and well shaped melons I have -
Monday, the 26th day of Feb..06.. Il I W. G. ROBIXSOX. Register.
of thEt community seems to be them dried in the shade. which .
lie names as witnesses

Tedders, almost entirely on the side of Mr. Gal- I will when properly planted always W. L. Brooks, of Holder Fla.. NOTICt. ;

loway. 'come up as they are sound and L. W. Brooks, of Holder, Fla. -'

fulL I have 1500 Ibs. of choice S. P. Potter of Iverriess, Fla. IutheCircuitCourtottbeyilthjudldalClrcugof
Mowers Rakes *"
:. : ;. seed to offer at'SOc. per lb. When t S. S. Savage, of Ocala, Fla. Florida in and for Marion County.In Chancery

:' lilrs. Blair S. Bernard. a popular you send your order for seed and Any and all persons claiming adversely Arthur Lewis. Complainant. vs. Elizabeth
< Lewis, Defendant-order For Constroctm
Knife Grinders : "<. young matron of Pensacola. arrived wish me to do so, I will instruct the above described lands are Service.

I .- Sunday morning over the S. A. L. on a you how to prepare, fertilize and requested to file their claims in this IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT
,- ...'. ot named to wit: Elizabeth Lewis oe and
before said 26th
office on or ay
visit to her parents, Dr. W. H and cultivate. J>t your order come in ( \ she is hereby reqaired to appear to the tall ot
.' Stock of Repairs February 1905. complaint in this cause->n or before
A Complete Mrs. ,Jlarean. Mrs. Bernard was accompanied at once. I sold the same kind of
% Y W. G. ROBINSON Register. J-/tPtdIJ.lt the sth da* ,/Fttrmary A.D. f9n6.
by her handsome and interesting seed over S. c., Ga., and Fla, last This notice must be published oncea It is further ordered that a oopv of this orderbe

__ .Both Deering and McCormick. little son, :Master :Marean 'ear'which gave perfect satisfac- published once a week for eight coosecimve
week for nine consecutive weeks in weeks in the Ocala Banner, a newspaper pali
Bernard and his nurse. The party I tion. a newspaper published nearest the baited in said county and state .-

'I will c probably remain several weeks I land and must also be posted in a This 14th(seal day) of Nov. 1905.S-T.SISTRCKK. -

t as this is Mrs.. Bernard's first visit in i I. FURHAN S JILL conspiculous place in the land office EDWIN SPESCEK" Oerk Orcmt Court
Marion Coaatr Via
;MARION .HgRDWflRE COMPANY. Ocala: for two years. -.-- ., Blackville. S. C.. | ..for the,same period .l-!!, Complainants Solicitor b, H C 3istrB k.D.C

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__4:' p-Epworth League-'at Martel. " ""t.t""T"" " " " " " " " " " 4

llartel Epworth
has live working
a .
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League. At our annual election the .

ftliowing officers were elected for this ". .. :;. .. '. ,.,. : .. ... .-.,..- ,, '" :::::::
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President, Miss Mary Kemp; First ; .. :
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I' Vlce-President, Chas. P. Pillans; Sec- -< '," J E ......
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{ .md Vice-President, Miss Belle Bates; E t'- : :::::::
Third Vice-Pre3ident, Miss' Ada'Bry-

aa; Fourth. Vice-President, Arthur N. t3 -

Treasurer Goodwin;, Miss Secretary Lucile John Bates; Giddens Organ fiEl TEA P..OT GR OGEI Y

1st, Miss Clara Bryan; Epworth .Era

Y Agent Mrs. Maud Williams; Reporter, I IIE
A. S. J. Wallace.
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The officers were installed Wednesday .
night by the pastor, Rev. W. A. \ .
gf : ..
TTelr. : installation service is a 'OJ .. --
The .r -
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pretty one and impressive too. __ ....-.' .' .- -4 ;} :: lt -:" .
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The League holds devotional meet- ::: .< : .1, ::' ii "'. ., ..: ::
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tars every Sunday night and business '. ; -4'4JI
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Meetings monthly also literary meet- .
lags. ..

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_, Chamberlain's The containing fault of Cough giving injurious Harmless.children Remedy substances Absolutely medicine We aim|to please our trade by giving them the

ia sometimes more disastrous than the

.- Every disease Chamberlain's from mother which Cough should they Remedy are know suffering.Is per that g best that be bought at living prices which we
fectly safe for children to take. It can ,
contains nothing harmful and for
eughs. colds and croup is unsurpassed.

3 For sale A Cattle by all Ranch.druggists m E.. understand to be a legitimate profit. As Prices are -----


The. South Florida Naval ,Stores

turpentine Company who business are at operating Gabriella, a, Florida large E Governed the Purchased. -
always by Quality
have also a fine cattle ranch and "
I IWe
are killing two birds with one stone,
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u perhaps we had better say are fos- ,

tering two industries at the same .
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r' time as the cattle are grazing on the .

_ same turpentine.The land South. that Florida they are Naval cropping Stores for Handle Three, Lines of Goods .: 1 3 i

Company Is composed of the foHow- ;
lag well known gentlemen: T. C. Hall. ---
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.Tampa. ; R. S. Hall Samuel. C.
to Rawis, L. J. Knight and A. C. Williams -

_ Floral* City.of Ocala and J. W. Ward of a Good Better and Best I aE

We hope that they will make us' biga .
success of their cattle ranch as \ .'
they have of their turpentine industry -

Imperfect. Digestion. a And its IIp to yon which yon want, s for ve 3-tIIIJ.

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Means less nutrition and in consequence -

Jails tie digestion to loaded less secrete vitality.with becomes bile bilious When the impaired blood properties the liver and becomes EE sell our Goods Strictly on their Mel its. 2 J J4

the bowels constipated. Herbine will -
rectify, this: it gives tone to the stomach ... ;
liver an dkidneys' strengthens the .
appetite, clears and improves the corns ilk'
plexion the whole, Infuses system.new 50 life cents and a vigor bottle.:to c .. -.-....- :
Sold by all druggists.
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Woodmen- -Go to Martel. We allow no Misrepresentation as to Quality All -1

u-_ A big delegation of the members of
the Ocala lodge of the Woodmen of the
-.: World drove out to Martel Monday
sight! to attend the meeting of this Articles sold must be as represented or. f
4=i,- lourishing organization at that place your money .
.5 and to, help in the installation of the __ f
Ulcers of the coming Among ..
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year
r': those who went from Ocala were back. .. .. ; .... f
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Messrs. Carter H.. Dame F. G. B. ... ," ; .", : .' j. .C" > f":
b T\TeiheC. L. Bittenger T. D. Bryan ,' : ',.,: ;:" c' ". '. :
7 ; : \ !
1'. V. Leavengood, M. Rubin Jake I-. I "r-' ___ ,. ,.\:
Brown! J, MaUver, Charles K. Sa.ae.: ,- :;; '
.Sim. Lummus R. W. Flinn. R. E. Cole ,.-f.-, .

i and M. Frank.. We are Exclusive Agents for: ---

. Pleasant and Most Effective. !
T. J. Chambers Ed. Vindicator Lib-
erty, Texas writes Dec 25, 1902:
"With pleasure and unsolicited by

e. I cheerfully you ower have I of bear used Ballard's affirm testimony it in it my is Horehound family the to the most and curative Syrup.effective can Chase & Sanborn's Famous Coffees and Teas. ;:?'&::"':' I

and best remedy for coughs and .
NI- -4 .
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colds I have ever used"Sold O-- t '' '": <"3- _--- .'
by all druggists. m -- ..;.." r-i' -, ".
Mr. and ,:Mrs. J.. Buttgenbach of Royal I. Scarlet I Canned Goods. .' .:, ,? ::< -- i4 ':
Brussels, Belgium. were in Ocala Monday ; .:<; 7'$t ;_ ;. :: .M tTetley's
x on their way to Holder, where Mr. .
_
-R Buttgenbach has large phosphate interests -
being the owner of the Butt- also Dr. ;
_ eenbach Phosphate Company They as Shepard Pinehurst Teas. h

will remain In Florida for several .
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weeks. They were accompanied by Mr.
George F. Dittmer manager of theY --- tD

Buttgenbach Company, who, has beenn
/ a business visjt to New York. for '

several weeks. Remember The Ham What Am' f!.

Miss :Mary Proctor who has been .
aursing Mrs. Otto Mente who has ,
_ been seriously ill for many weeks at -4/t :
.
ker home In I < ,, ., .. .,
Jacksonville came down '. ', ;' .
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: t unday for Mrs. Mente's children, who 1h gar :
have : ,. t "" :' ." :::: li
been with their grand parents, :' :; -'. :.'.'.,, -.,,:> .c:< '< ."
Mr. and Mrs, '". -- :l'-1.i
IL E. Yonge. Miss Procter '. ., /. ; .-..-tJII :.:'
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accompanied tne children Home \ : _- .' ..:'of.
i, r Monday afternoon -- J .

Mr. Faunce McCully formerly with -4Th .:.

*the Ocala Ice &: Packing Company .

but now of Jacksonville, after a fewday's Place ,' -; .-........ : I
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visit with his "
old ,
Ocala friends e .
returned to Jacksonville Tuesday In : ". .f'r., ..'",'',,,,__' '" .>,... ...' : ;;' ;": ,. -"-'.: : .. '

partnership with his brother he Is '.. .. .. -4'e '
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> conducting a meat stall and grocery '". ,
,. IB the metropolis and Is doing a fine : .
business. -
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Greatly in Demand. ---
Nothing is more in demand than a _-__
medicine which meets modern requin!.
ments for a.blood and system cleanser I I _
C such as Dr. King's New- Life Pills.
They are just what you need to cure ---
stomach and liver troubles. Try them. ---
At Tydlngs & Co. -
drug store %5c. -- i:
guaranteed .
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The 'famous' Buster Brown Blue I ....

Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at 4( ,.,.,." " " " ." ..."
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thk. Fair Store. :x ..,... "Il'TPOTCROCERY"l" " " " ,,

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