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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: February 2, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'TOL.40, xo. 34. OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2 1906. ONE DOLLAR A YEAREXCLUSIVE

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Mr. and Mrs. ,dark Give Party Resume of Society Events in Ocala -- -

J For Their Son and Daughter.On the Past Week. E\I

\ MONEY TO LOAN


Thursday evening. January the The past week in Ocala society circles .

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twenty-fifth Mr. and Mrs. William has been an exceptionally gay one.
Business and
l To Every Customer, Based on
Henry Clark entertained at. a large On Tuesday afternoon' Mrs. William :

party in. honor of%their son and new Hocker's musical for her sisters Mrs. I Responsibility.


daughter-in-law Mr. and :Mrs, Benja- E. IL Mote of Jacksonville, and Miss


min Howard Clark, whose marriagetook Hansbrough ,of Elizabethtown Ivy., MUNROE & CHAMBLISS

place at Mexia Texas, on the was a very delightful event and was a

eleventh of this month. Mrs. Clark is BANKERS
I largely attended.
a stranger in our city and her par- -
On W - ents-in-law took this delightful way
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of the Married Ladies Club with J
i of introducing her to the young people -
I Mrs. George K. Robinson and the L .._
of Ocala.Receiving .
of the YoUng Ladies Card
meeting
I I with the host and hostess At the Presbyterian Church Sunday. ..
b Club with Miss Sue Barco on Thurs ,
I were the bride and groom, and Mr. and -
day afternoon were two very pleasant
Mrs. E. C. Bennett of Dunnellon, and At the' Presbyterian church Sunday I N
small parties that were much enjoyed.
R.L QS
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: Mrs. E. L. Carney. musical
night the special program
Mrs. Clarence Camp's dinner partyon
\ .. The young bride, who is a very
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Monday night for :Mrs. Mote, of i that had been arranged was beautifully -
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charming and attractive young wo
: Jacksonville and Mrs. Collier, of Tuscaloosa jendered.The .
'': man wore her wedding gown of white
Alabama and Mrs. E. L. Carney's
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silk mull over taffeta silk, elaboratel} church was crowded and after
We Have Now in Stock
i tea on Monday afternoon for
trimmed in lace and she made friendsof the congregation had been dismissed
Mrs. Mote were also particularly I
AGENCY everyone by her cordial'and grac- charming affairs. many were the expressions of delight the Most Complete Line of

ious manners.
The wedding of Dr. Smith and Miss and pleasure heard about this lovely
Mrs. Mallory Llddon Mrs. W. W. RINGS that Can Be Found
AT Maughs was a very prominent eventof and inspiring; service of music. !!
Clyatt and Miss Eloysa Izlar assistedMr.

and Mrs. Clark in looking after Thursday morning and on Thurs- Miss Bessie Bevenger of Dayton., ;j Anywhere.Call .
I
day night Mr .and Mrs. W. H Clark's
POSTOFFICEDRUG their guests. Ohio, who Is a charming visitor to I
domino party for Mr. and Mrs. Howard and See Them.
Over fifty guests were present and her I
Ocala for the winter with aunt.
Clark of the most delightful
was one ..
after they had all arrived the gameof !.
events of the season among the Mrs. Shuey presided at the pipe or-
"forty-two was played progres-
STORE. young people and the tacky ball at gan. She is truly'an artist and, her
sively. Forty-two is played with dom-
the Armory Friday night was thor- EIl1E
inos and is a new game to the youn: rendition of Wagner's "Pilgrim's Chorus -
oughly enjoyable.Miss ; .
OCALA FLA. people of Ocala. All quickly caughton ," as the prelude to the servicewas
,
Sylvester's chafing dish partyon
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to the and it
game proved to be an exquisite.
Friday afternoon for Miss Mildred
exceedingly interesting one. There
Nurney. of Suffolk, Va.. was greatly The beautiful sweat tones of the I
were thirteen tables and eight games
enjoyed by the girls of the younger society Presbyterian organ responded: to the !
SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS played. When
were the scores were
and Mrs.
Judge Richard McConathy crowd finger's of the artist in a way that
Local Editor. counted It was found that the most
entertained a few friends at dinner This week will also be a pleasant left nothing to be desired. Miss Bevenger's Fred G.. B. Weihe
fortunate ones in playing the new .
socially, in Ocala. On Tuesday accompaniments were also excellent ,
Saturday at the Savoy Hotel for Mr.
lone.
f fEf\lfiOS TOWN Mrs.
ABOUT game were Clifford Anderson. .
John D. Buckalew. whose birthday anniversary : and Mr. William D. Taylor. afternoon Mrs. Hood entertains for and as a postlude she playedin I Tie Jeweler,

Miss Collier and on Wednesday and
It was. a magnificent manner, "Wagner's
The former was presented with a
Loon Fishrl is n e to spend the Thursday afternoons the regular meet- "Triumphal'' March." L-.J
beautifully bound copy of Longfellow's :
day with his ings of the card clubs wil be held and "
parents.
For Sale-The site now occupied by The anthem "Hark Hark. My Snul ,
birthday Book and Mr. Taylor's prize
the Spoke and Rim Factory con- the usual dance on Friday night. sung by Miss Mildred Nurney, Mrs.
was a pretty stick pin. Schooner Load of Furniture.
Dr. Eaton Lindner of Anthony wasa 3ondaJthere is a circus in town
taining about seven acres. This is the Harry Laphara Mrs. Robert Blake,
After the games a salad course and -
prominent young visitor in Ocala best location for any kind of manufacturing and in ul probability there will be Messrs. W. C. Lindsay and A. E. Ge- .
an ice course was served on the small The schooner Dellie. Captain Sweet-
| oa Monday. plant in the city. Applyto several small circus parties and on rig was the second number on the
;" tables and during the games delightful ing, arrived in port thin morning from
W. C. Jeffords 2td-lt-l-28 Tuesday night the "Oratorio" at the program after which Dr. Lindsay readas
Mr. E. W. Agnew. who from home made candies were enjoyed. Key West with a heavy cargo of furniture -
came up Presbyterian church will be of partic- the evening lesson the eighteenth .
This was one of the largest and consigned to the Dade eeuntf
[Lake Weir Friday returned home Sat-
ular delight to the music lovers of
Stolen.
Strayed or -A Young setter chapter of Genesis. After: the Gloria.
[urdayafternoon pleasantest evening parties that has Furniture Company which WM
t bitch, small and fat. Color liver and Ocala. prayer' and hymn the evening offeringwas
ever been given in Ocala and the brought to the Island City by steamer
white, named "Lu. Had collar and -- taken ,up and as an offertory,
Capt. James Crlbbett. of Largo was young people are indebted to Mr. and from New York.-Miami Metro pall*.
\ tag marked G. M 57. Information Clerk Carrier Examination.The "Rubenstein's Melody in F," was beau-
|im Ocala Saturday on his way to Cot- Mrs. Clark for a very happy evening. -
leading to recovery will be rewarded. tifully played on the violin by Mr.
Miss Ethel Drew of Boston Mass
>ten Plant. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. B.
Write Geo. MacKay, Ocala, Fla 1-28-tf:! United States Civil Service I W. W. Condon accompanied by Miss who
was spending the winter at St
H Clark Mr. and Mrs E. C. Bennett Commission announces that there wil ,
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Painter I Mrs. E. L. Mrs. Bevenger at the organ. Augustine, while out horseback riding
Mr. II: O. of Jacksonville Carney W. W. Clyatt.Mr. held
Mrs. Rachael Roess and Miss Lillian be a postal clerk and carrier examination Mr. Albert Gerig and Mrs. Harry
was a prominent visitor to Ocala Sat- and Mrs. Mallory LidJon Mr. and Saturday was thrown from'her hors
Roess arrived in Ocala Saturday afternoon at Ocala. Florida. February -
Lapman' then sang most delightfully,
urday.: Mrs. Clifford Anderson Mr. and Mrs. and fatally Injured. Her death occurred -_
from Oil City, Pennsylvania the twenty-fourth, 1906. All nec- "Just as Im." the violin obligato
Will Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Will Knight.Mr. early Sunday morning at th
and are at the Savoy Hotel for the essary blanks can be obtained from being played by Mr. Condon. .
A little son came to the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Helvenston, Dr. Flagler hospital.
balance of the winter. Mr. M. J. Roess B. F. Burden local secretary. The The pastor. Dr. W. C. Lindsay tookas
aid Mrs J. G. Baskin at Dunnellon and Mrs. W. 1L Powers. Misses Eloyse
t went up to Jacksonville to meet his pay in an office the size; of Ocala is his text the eight verse of the
Mverol days ago. Izlar Sue Barco, Mattie and Carrie The John H. Sparks circus gave two
mother and sister and accompaniedthem $S50 and J600 per annum respectively. eighteenth chapter of Genesis "And
Williams, Sarah McCreery, Ethel RobInson good performances in Ocala Monday,
to Ocala. The salary of clerks ranges from he took butter and milk and the calf
Mrs. K. C. Welsh, of Cornell and Beatrice Sinclair, Mile Van J40Q one in the afternoon, and one In the t
to 1000.
Miss Ella :Fisher, of Shamokln Pa., Juhan. Mildred Nurney Valeta For which he had dressed and set it before evening. At both shows there were
Mr. Thomas Hoopes, of West Chester All applicants must stand a medical them and he stood by them under the
spent Saturday in town. ter. Sara and Louise Harris PaulineSull1"an large attendances and every one was
Pa. of the Hoopes Brothers' & examination. The' examination consists tree, and they did eat."
very well pleased with the perfor
Esther Weathers Edna Doz-
Darlington Company, who the of ,spelling arithmetic, letter
Dr. und Mrs. T K. Slaughter and own The, theme of Dr. Lindsay's talk was mance.
ier Annie Addle
Davis.
Miss Viola Slaughter were in from Spoke and Rim factory in this city, Hansbrough. writing penmanship, geography, read- "How to Secure Angel's Visits and
Eloise Miller Bessie Porter, An-
Mary
who has spent the week ing addresses, etc.
past enjoy. for twenty minutes he talked in a
Belleview spending Saturday in Ocala. derson, Messrs. Emmett Cowden. O. Mr. :M. O. Cogglns. a wet known
ing the pleasure of fishing, returnedto most pleasing style using as his main
produce man of P1t burg, MM kUl*tIn
B. Howbe. T. H. Harris. Osco and
I "Not Like Other Girls.
Mrs. Joe Fort widow of the late I Ocala Saturday.A illustrat'on the courteous treatment of Pittsburg last Saturday by a horse
Guy Zewadskl H. A. Waterman L.
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lee Fort of Moss Bluff, was a lt'asI I -- the patriarch Abraham to the three falling on him. lIe was well known In
W. Duval, E. B. Duncan Will All the of
Taylor, mysteries electricity are \
ant visitor to Ocala Saturday, I little girl came to the home ot strangers, who appeared at his tent Ocala. '
Alfred Beck. M. J. Roess, R. D. Mathews used and two electricians are carried ,
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Butch at Blitch
and proved to be angels in disguise.His .
J. H. Bell, John Sullivan. E. with the production as effects, are us-
Judge W. S. Bullock left Sundayfur ton Friday night. Mr. Blitch is a I talk was .interesting and helpful Messrs. Bryan and Tank/! of
J. Crook J. H. Workman Stephen ed on the stage, under the stage, and
Key West where he will hold a member of the school board and i? and was full of good lessons that all Ocala, who came to this city to enter
Jewett. L. F. Blalock. Harry Palmer, in the wings of the theatre. The. 3rd .
session of the circuit court fur Judg- very proud and happy over his new should try to follow. the Encampment degree of Odd Fal
Harry Walters and Harvey Clark.In act opens with a thunder and light-
J. B. Wall daughter.Mr. The solo, "Unanswered," that was lows returned to their torn* Sa.day. .
the hall were displayed a large ning storm, in which all the elementsare
-- sung by Miss Mildred Nurney, of Suffolk .-Gainesville Sun. .
number of the wedding presents that vividly shown torrents of rain
and Mrs. C. L Hudson of Ham-
I Mr. B. Barnett, of New York son of ; Virginia, immediately after th '
were received by :Mr. and Mrs. Howard are falling, peals of thunder are heardin I'
I :Mr. Hat Barnett, of Fellowship was ilton. Georgia, are guests at the Ock- sermon was a rare treat. She has a Miss Mary Leak ot LYM JMrr. V:*..
Clark at their wedding.A the distance, and Slashes of lightning -
lawaha Inn for the balance of the win-
rending a few days in Ocala with clear, full contralto voice and sings is in Ocala visiting her frtwxl, Mr*.

1 its sister Mrs. Thomas Sexton. ter. Mrs. Hudson Is'a daughter of the flood across the skies, making a very beautifully and the people of Ed CarmichaeL r

-- late Dr. E. C .Hood and a number of coterie of prominent Ocala nava picturesque effect that has ,never yet Ocala are always delighted at the opportunity ....

stores men spent Thursday in Jacksonville been seen on an American stage. .
During the past year there wen years ago she and her husband resided of hearing her The Sun Is getting to b* v ry tfef
at the Aragon HoteL They Will appear in Marion Opera House
513 additions to the First Baptis'church in this county. After the hymn. "Saved by Grace.' with his favors.
were Messrs. J. W. Crosby, Charles V February 6.
at Beaumont Texas L. B.Warren -- the benediction was pronounced by Dr.
The Fruitland Park correspondent in Miller, S. A. Rawls. R. S. Hall, andJ. 5-- ----
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pastor. This sounds like the Lindsay.At -
the Leesburg Commercial says that W. Ward, jr. John Moon was among the recent TO REMOVE: ,
talngs we used to hear from Ocala.-

Southern Baptist Witness. :Mr. J. D. Robertson has bought the guests of the Ocala House. He first the Baptist Church Sunday. FRECKLE ocd PIMPLES.

I Log Cabin -lot at- that place from Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hamrick, of registered there thirty-one years ago. -

Jacksonville, are the guests of the latter He bought land on Lake Weir and IN 10 DAYS. IJSRa..NADINOLSA..a
David Hammond and is putting -
Mr. A. Frank returned home Satur- up Rev. C. C. Carroll the pastor,
thereon several new buildings for his sister, Mrs :U C. Looney. Whilein put out a grove, and his visit here
I day froma business visit to Tampa. preached a very strong and forceful
Ocala Mr. Hemrick will endeavorto was to take a peep at the grove and
While there he made arrangements foi turpentine hands.. esrmon Sunday morning from the for- THE COPLEXIOXTHE BE.\V""YIBR.
I organize a lodge of the Modern the lake. He was accompanied by }.
a big sale to be conducted in that'city ty-ninth chapter'of Genesis the'ninth

Messrs. C C. Carroll, J. W. Hood.J. Maccabees. his little grandson. I
read the It
by the Southern Mill &: Factory Syn verse. He entire chapter.

dlcate H. Livingston Jr., and J. L. Smoak was the story of Jacob calling his

returned home Saturday from a week's -I
-- 9S sons together at his bedside when

Miss Catherine Jackson of Gainesville hunting trip in Gulf hammock. They OUR he was about to be gathered to his '

Georgia after spending the week report fine sport and all had a big fathers.

with friends in Tampa returned to time. The preacher drew a picture of the

Ocala Saturday and Is again the guest home and especially of one like Ja

tr her sister, Mrs. Henry Livingston. The 0. K. Grocery Clark Brothers SPRING COODS cob's where there were twelve sons.

proprietors, will begin moving ,
Jacob told them of their weak and

A.. large number of Atlanta fisher- their stock into the store on Magnolia -
strong points. The picture that Mr. ilfz :
i mea passed through Ocala Saturday street, which Is being vacated this I t '
Are Arriving and We Need the Room. Carroll drew was a very strong and i

K oa their way home from Homosassa, week by Mr. Perry Krasnoff. This is a vivid one and the admonitions he said .

E where they bid, been for a couple of larger store and will, afford the Messrs. that Jacob at this trying hour. gave ';I\ --..-. .

weeks. In the party were quite a' Clark better opportunity to display THE NEXT 30 D0YS to his sons hold good now and will 'Ii .:" .);

I number of ladles. their large line of goods and on account -: hold good throughout all time. .': / .

I of their rapidly increasing bus In Jacob's life and NADINOLA CIRL
The strong point
,"" The We will sell all Winter Dress Goods Underwear Formerly Ad.eitts.,1..J toW .iNiPiNOLA
Brobston-Fendfg real estate iness they are compelled to have more in the lives of his ions, especially of

company. of Jacksonville, have pur- room. I I Judah was that they feared Goa' and No change in formula or package The namr
only has been changed to anal cuefuwoa M we
I chased 12,000 acres of land near Pa- Sweaters Etc. at greatly reduced were obedient to his commands.Mr. cmanoi.afior to have so ftloabte prrpuatvm

4 latka' and will build a new town there. ftr. Perry Krasnoff will begin moving Carroll entered into' the home confused Aim with ota any U guaranteed other.VI sod money wttt be

The name of the,new tcwn has not his goods tomorrow and will ship I life and said that Jacob and his sons i\ refunded la: every case where fafl to remove
Now's time forBARGAINS freckles pimples. liver spots, collar di..
|yet been announced. The Umber on them to Summerton.. S. C., where he prices. your were like ,the average father, and sons colontUotttSsaUQWBC8s. MB Urn, black bead,

.lho'land .will be sold at and the will in the mercantile busi disfiguraiag eruption, etc The worst Ca** U
once engage I of today and that: human nature in twenty days IeaesthnkiAeleat,soft,aealtay

land then developed for trucking; pur- ness. During his residence in Ocal biblical times and 'In all times and and restores the batty of youth.
Price oe aDd 11.00 Sold in rath city by an
Powa. It .is the intention of the Mr. Krasnoff bas built up a splendid in all countries is about the same but leading druggist*,or by mail

owners to place the land in excellent business but hay Welded to move further what made Jacob and Judah great Prepared only,by

I condition' for the raising of celery and p- -. ',', He is j and what has made men great In all NATIONAL TOILET CO.

I lettuce which la' now grown so suet a., -*- .iiness, Nvenston Pasteur Co. times is their obedience io God and Paris, Tenn.

I irecefully; fa\,:that wctloa .of i the .state. y" his 1a""Sa X, Sold Is Ocala by leading drug ItOru.f .
I fi' $ v
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A HEART TO _HEART TALK. M'INTOSH-NEWS NOTES. Tent Meetings-at Blitehton.,/ DAVID S WOODROW,


Sam Means, Jr, of Spartnburg S. Special to the Ocala Banner
WE JUST WANT THE EAR OF OUR WEEKLY SUBSCRIBERS ESTATE
REAL
FOR A MOMENT.WE b., is visiting hIs uncle, Captain Sam For the past two weeks a body of

SAY Means, and als Dr. George Means the members of the "Church of God" Block Ocala, FLt
WANT TO TO THEM THAT WE HAVE CAREFULLY Room J2, Postoffice .
and J. W. Means his cousins.J. been series of meet-
have, conducting a
REVISED OUR SUBSCRIPTION LIST AND IT TALLIES EXACTLY
M.' Jones and Mrs. T. 'D. Jones ings at Blitehton. Much Interest has ZEdUTT PROPERTY ON PUBLIC SQUARE.
WITH OUR 8UBSCRIPTION BOOK. NOTWITHSTANDING, HOWEVER
and little son, Nelson arrived fromMt. been manifested in these meetings and
THE PAINS WE HAVE TAKEN THERE, MAY BE SOME Sterling, Ky.. last week ten days. during the. two weeks there have been The two story brick house on this property mUtt be removed and It
The corner lot with U feet frooU*. .*
ERRORS. IF 80, THEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY CORRECTED. later than was reported. Mrs. Jones thirteen additions to this new faith. will be sold cheap as it stands.
r ( wit to of the new the public square Is still unsold.
ONE WORD MORE. go Micanopy Monday, to place Saturday morning eight

WE HAVE JUST PURCHASED A NEW, UP-TO-DATE, MER- herself under treatment of Dr. Mont converts were Immersed the other ZEBUTT PROPERTY OH MAGNOLIA ST. and NORTH FIRST!
gomery. five belonging to the Baptist church .
GENTHALER TYPESETTING MACHINE, AND SINCE DOING SO, 1
No preaching at any of the churches and already had been baptized and The North west corner lot 29 feet facing Magnolia street and II feet

ONE OF OUR EXCHANGES IS KIND ENOUGH TO SAY THAT ,today. Rev. Gray preaches next Sun- cleansed from sin. on North First street facing the Government Public Building site I I. UU

OUR PAPER HAS BEEN IMPROVED ONE HUNDRED PER CENT. day at the Methodist church, and Rev. Of the eight that were baptized unsold, also the lot Immediately south of It 28 feet by 84 feet

\ WE WANT OUR SUBSCRIBERS TO ASSIST US IN MAKING IT A White at the Christian church. It Saturday one was a member of the

seems one should have been here Methodist church and three were Bap- OCKLflWAHA AVENUEThe
STILL BETTER PAPER. I
today and qne next Sunday.E. tists and were immersed for the sec- I
YET ANOTHER WORD. C. Hutchinson went duck hunt- ond time. They were Miss Himes. the lot known as the Philbrlck lot on the.south side of thl aeow

WE PURCHASED THIS MACHINE ON THE INSTALLMENTPLAN ing on Orange Lake last week. The : assistant teacher at the Fellowship between the residence ot Mrs. Austin and Mr. T. B. Snyder II far sal*.
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AND STILL OWE ON IT OVER THREE THOUSAND DOL- floating island he was stationed on school Mrs. Baldwin, Lillie Richard, This Is a large lot having 140 feet frontage and being 244 feet deep and U

LARS. would not stand still, and consequent and H. B. Brooks. well above the level of the street.
\
ly Mr. Hutchinson was not found until Miss Pearl Sandifer, of South Carolina -
THIS IS A LARGE SUM OF MONEY BUT THE MACHINE IS "
after dark. Though as brave as Ethel Smith, of Benin, Clifton "WOODM ij, LIKE WEIR. .
WORTH EVERY CENT OF IT. -
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"the boy who stood on the burning Richard and Mrs. IL B. Brooks had --
IF OUR SUBSCRIBERS WILL KINDLY MAKE AN EFFORT I have a small furnished cottage for rent at this beafctifal -ott.
deck, he was still at his post Mr. never been members of any church

F TO MOVE UP THEIR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO JANUARY, THE FIRST, Cox, his companion, who had the boat were among the number baptized. Terms on application.

NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SEVEN, THEY WILL HAVE THE and was to scare up the ducks, managed Those who united with the churchof SUPER HaMMOCK PLANTATION OF 500 ACRES AT MARTIN.
to find Mr. Hutchinson just before God and were not baptized were ....
CREDIT OF BUYING THIS MACHINE FOR US. o
a rescuing party reached him, Thomas J. Sistrunk. G M. Richard
,
for wU
is for rent for this year. This property is suitable pture or
FRIENDS, HELP US OUTI! AND WE PROMISE ON OUR PART
his melodious yells hav'pg alarmed the J. L. Smith and his daughter May subdivide to suit tenants.
E TO GIVE YOU THE BEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHEDIN citizens from Orange J.ake to Board- Smith, of Berlin .

FLORIDA. man. Mr. Hutchinson says he would The Church of God never turns: -- -- -- ---- ------- ,,- --.

REMEMBER THE OCALA BANNER IS FORTY YEARS OLD. rather sell goods than duck hunt especially members out of their church as their

if he has to be left on 10x12 names are enrolled in Heaven when
MAKE IT HAPPY ON ITS FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY. '
plank on a 4x6 island.S. they unite with this denomination. Furniture
Ocala
Conpny. ;
H. Gaitskill made anying business They do not believe in doctors or med-

-- .-- -- .--- trip to Gainesville :Monday. icine but trust entirely in their faithin

TO I GAITERVILLE ITEMS. Miss Smith, of Macon Ga.., is stop- God.
CO-RESPONDENTS: .
: 0 ping with her friend Miss Artie Bald- -

I II f Special Corespondpvce Ocala Banner: WHY NAT ADAMS RESIGNED.

All Communications must be I I Our little community is progressing-I. win.Alber.. Miller, son of D. A. Miller and -- There is Nothing Too Good For You.

nicely at present. The cold waves of formerly of Ocala. but now of Birm To the Editor of Ocala Banner:
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in by Wednesday aftereoon to the past week went by without ser- ingham. Ala., with Hampton Chambers Jasper, Fla.. Jan. 23, 1906.

ious injury and the frowns they caused of Ocala were calling on merchantsfor The dispatch sent out from Talla-
appear in current issue of I are giving away to benignant orders the past week. hassee, relative to the resignation of That's a broad statement but it h Ids good for you will surely ....

smiles which always bring happinessto Captain Sam Means and his nephew. Hon. Nathaniel Adams from the gret buying cheap furniture. Now that does not mean that yea

Weekly. their possessors.Oat Sam, took in Ocala and the famous "Board of Control," does not state should pay an exhorbitant price for your goods, and If you would

planting is over and our farm- Silver Springs the past week. half the truth, as to his reasons for know where you can get the best goods at lower price than yea

\ CANDLER ITEMS. ers say they must have their farewell I I', Mr. Ovear, of Sparta, Ga., is visiting tendering his resignation, and.does are paying some other place.Smith t

hunt before beginning preparationsfor : 0 his daughter Mrs. C. W. Hamilton that gentleman an injustice by mak-

Special Correspondence Ocala Banner. sowing other crops. of this place. ing it appear that his preference for

Warren Iloltzclaw, of Macon, Ga.., I Miss Cecile Stokes was the victim Mr. Weddell, of Alabama, is visit 1 the location of .university at Lake
& Roberts
is here on a vIsit'to his mother and I of a fever for the past week but is ing his friend, G. W, Fellewllen.Mr. City was his only reason for resign- ,

will spend the winter in Florida. "ipidly recovering. Ramble and family, of Barnes-
I ing.That
Mr. Iloltzclaw is a mont>er of the firm Mrs. R. Morrison and children of ville, Ga., are slopping at the hotel de the people may know all the will tab pleasure in showing you the best goods at the fewest

of Iloltzclaw & Curd coal operatorsat I East Gaiterville, were visiting relatives Baldwin truth, and as an act of justice to Mr. price" Everything' in the furniture line at coaat4 at privet.

Maco.u Mo. here the past week. Rev. C. M. Gordon, Presbyterian Adams his friends will be glad if you --
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II II r .Oliver T. Lukens, of Chicago. I The recent rains have caused a great I state evengelist was home with his I will publish his letter of resignation in 0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-

Hi. arrived last week and will spend rise In the river which gives the ferryman family the past: wp..k. full a copy of which is enclosed here- I O

ometime at Candler. extra work and which does not I Truckers are all jubilant over the with. Now Open For The Season.

R. D. Demeter, of Macon Mo., ar- increase the smiles on his beaming present vegetable market everything Very truly yours, 0'1 I

rind last Saturday and is the guest countenance these cold mornings. bringing good prIces. JNO. .M. CALDWELL. I O

of Mrs. Belle 'Iloltzclaw.Mr. ilrs. T. W. Robertson is visiting The orange trees are putting out White Springs, Fla, Jan. 5, 193S. O THE OGALA HOUSE \

Frank Mathews of Ocala, was relatives In Jacksonville. bloom buds rapidly, and prospects now Hon. 1C. B. Broward, Governor, Tallahassee I 0

duwn last week on a visit to his bro- Mr. WIlliam Hocker, of Ocala, ac- are for a very heavy crop in this sec Florida.,. O

ther. John Mathews. While at Cand- j companied by his uncle Mr. McGovelI tion. Dear Sir-The State of Florida I OCALA, FLORIDA. 0

ler Frank went out quail hunting a of Kentucky passed through Gaiter- has, at Lake City, broad ,grounds and
few Unit, but he says they fiy toe J i ville lastweek enroute to the former's Is It a Public Road? ample buildings which. with slight I o Large, Airy, Well Furnished Sleeping Rooms I II

fat fur him. !f[ orange grove some miles up the river i inexpensive improvements would meet I Tables Supplied with Everything in Season. 0

Quail shooting is very good around i I Ihre and to enjoy themselves with a few To the Editor of the Ocala Banner: i her requirements for University pur- (O !

and hunters are out every day. "I I days hunting and fishing- In asking for space in the columnsof poses for generations to 'mme. I Splendid Drives-Only five miles from the famous Silver SpHnjt 0
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Orange growers have shipped most i The debating club met last Friday your valuable paper please permitme The State of Florida has thousands:: O Easily accessible from all parts of the state. I io

of their fruit and are getting very night and discussed the following to introduce a new and important Upon thousands of children of school

goo l prices for garnet subject, "Resolvedthat the horse. is subject. age that are annually denied a thorough o RATES: 75c. to $1,50 per day.

The Udles here are getting the of more Benefit man tne cow ?" :Dn}' This, however, may be considered I I common school education for I Weekly Rates, American Plan on Application. 0

hunting craze and say they are goingto good speeches were made on both by someoid and Without roundation 1Hl.h5 of funds and facilities:

(,rat the menu shooting quaiL Miss I sides. The debate lasted for about : but if viewed from the proper standpoint I The State of Florida spent between y Writs far QfiJCrifiUY Pamphlet/ IG I

Hensie Mc-Claim was out last week and I an hour. The decision was left to I I I believe it will be found worthy I $200.00 and $300.00 on each G D. C. EDWARDS Prop. C. M. WHITESIDE! Manager. 3

bagged five Quail and shooting every : the judges and they decided two to of consideration.The student who took a Collegiate or University -

tine on the \v lug. That isn't bad for I j ji one in favor of the negative.The question suggests itself to my course last year and spent. 0000000o-o-o-o-o-o-..

< beginning. I subject for the debate next Friday mind: Must the-mail road continuein I am advised less than $5.00 each on ....-

Mrs David Mark&offs child is wry night is as follows: "Resolved its present condition or shall it her children who were entitled to E C. Smith.
C. V. Roberts
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pick and Pr. Van Hood of Ocala I II I that it was right to free the negroes." be declared a public road and receive common or free school privileges.I .

was called in uultaUon with Dr. I Preaching at the Cedar Grove the rights and privileges as such? i do not believe that the State SMITH & ROBERTS.Funeral .

Henry., attending physician. j jt I church next Sunday which will be fol- Can there be a more public road should abandon splendid and ample

.- t i lowed by quarterly meetings Mondayand than one which twice daily bears the buildings and valuable lands:: suitedto Directors and Licensed Embalnjers)

GRAHAMVILLE. United States mail to its destination and
Tuesday.: ? now being used for
I j UNCLE JOE. Shall the logs now across it continue sity purposes and needlessly,Unh"er-I my LATEST METHODS. BEST GOODS. WORK GUARANTEED.

Mr": and Mrs J. It. Randall and across it and cause travelers loss of judgment, spent a vast sum, approaching Telegraph orders receive prompt attention and embalming done anywhereon

chlUrea ..Pt"ntturtlay and Sunday I MARSHVILLE ITEMS. time in surrounding them, and which a million dollars, to build a new short notice.

with" Mr. And Mrs.- Noah Waldron at I may delay the arrival and departure University and let the children to

"ft, McCt.y Special Correspondence Ocala Banner: of the malls. whom. the State is under obligationsto OGALl FURNITURE rOMP! ANY

Jack Frost made his! fourth call on t' We are having pleasant weather.It And must the roots still be permitted educate be neglected.If .

UB Monday. His visits have been so is almost too wet for the farmersand to stay in the ruts and necessitate I we had no suitable buildings and

few this unison that the orange loggers. an and grounds and for the - --- -- .-
trees I unnecessary: wear tear on ve- were providing -- -- -- -- -
are putting on buds for bloom Mrs. Henry Hogan has been ex- hicles when they could so easily be i children of our common schools at
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.O..O8eI.
,the flatters that have been exposed'[I tremely sick but we are glad to say removed and in their places filled a the same per capita that we spend 1. '

to th ewtlw have not ceased bloom-i she Is rapidly improving. There is shovel full of earth, swhich would polishing in the University, those who re
keep a fall stok of :
Ing. quite a lot of sickness in our little make travel more comfortable have a thorough common school education V
LOOK FOR *
The UWHWT, Alligator, left Thurs- community.. i The road in question Is a part of the State might be justified in p id Jo3 C > *

d-y f.-, Lsburg. Miss Nannie: Martin of Anthony is the road between the Gaiterville and the expenditure necessary for a new THE SEAL
Mi s. l.teste Long and children at- visiting relatives here. Heidtville postoffices and has been in University.It I Old Hare*st : fi;

It'nth.J cfcureh at Fort King Sunday. What's the matter with Grahamville use ever since the removal I of the of- is manifestly unfair, alike to the

Mr. R t.:.. Ukkfiiutn has a fine gar- j and Connor? Why da not items from .. tax-payer: and the school children to ; Old McBrayer .

f Bftgltoh pcaa.Mi f those places appear In the Ocala .fice.This article is not written with any be taxed 15.00 for each child in the 9 Mark .
Rogers
and Mrs. Tom Randall son Banner? ill feeling toward any of the road commissioners I common schools and $ IJ.OO for each i) tiiiiI!

T.nn-e:. and Frank Long are on aeni 1_ Mrs. B.. A ..Harper returned, home but is written for informatioa j i| University student.EntertainIng i) .: Old Charter

hunt tUs week.;: I IM |I last Monday.Is. .. II I these views,' which 3 t is II

,:is Piieol Marlow and little sIssI i I We have no objection to offer con- seem at veriance with the prevailing Mt.
i Vernon
u r. K.-na. returned Monday from their I a Citra Boy.A cerning the regular public roads save I} sentiment of the joint boards, viz the ,

visit to LU> IIHM And Barbarville They highly refined lady from New Jersey the road known as the Stokes ferry I "State Board of Education" and the '

tntt'n,t; t unending the auto races at i who was taking her invalid mother road which could be made very much | "Board of Control," and being unwilling Cascade and .

Orm",.<1 '.ui the tucleraent! weather on i I to Hampton Springs yesterday was better with very little work. It has j to lend my endorsement, by serving a1 .

Ttu..at: wa w> dUeuuragiQ, they re- heard to remark that Conductor Harris onlya few logs across it and only ione. in an official capacity, when the M mar
C High
turu,i t.> Ba MII'\Uk of the Florida Railway was one washout near the ferry. j duties devolving upon me would seem dd

Mr r.l: :Ma.n.xq and bride visited ot the most courteous and obliging Hoping: this article will be read by to demand my acquiescence in the ';i 4 I'

Mr ..,itl Mrs W .P. Moorman Sunlit -' railroad employees she had met in those interested in the subject and j I views entertained by the majority, I 4 3- ? 1) 'I
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f Florida She was right. A more who favor the good roads movement, I i beg to tender herewith to you Governor ---- '- -- -- -. -- ------ --- -

--I thorough gentleman never pulled a bell I am, Very truly, i my resignation as a member .. ..
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BRANCH'S ii JUOHj Vfsttjr ;11' ,
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iI I UNCLE JOFi i of "The State Board of : ;'
I cord than E. J. Harris and Frank i Control and
GENUINE RATTLESNAKE I fir *>s 11 oil fri il or a l.1.i.j..
Drew will have no other kind of peo- >-. j t respectfully request its acceptance..' .
\
ple In his emplor.-Lh"e Oak Demo Frightfully Burned. J I have the honor to be with ,great .: 1Q' ill :1)1) l'JIUtl1h"llu. .
WATERMELONOnly I 3' rsilr b.* hi'U with; a '.
G e
crat. respect. a
Chas. W. Moore )
a meehinist of .
'HU1
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Ht: ) : clsi, /
Ford City Pa.. had'his hand Yours very truly t It
SEED A Big Show Coming.The frightfully. burned in an electric fur- NATHANIEL \DA IS. rn ::)1.)1, ivxn' IrU'i .
Pure Strain in United States. nace. He applied Bucklen's Arnica .It ortlii'i; wind, efej.; Wdpi" .
Salve with the usual result: "a quick
Carefully selected. Kept .pure Cole & Roger Colossal Show and perfect cure." Greatest on earth Cole & Rogers' Railroad Shows. .I) "vll{ VDI a) a dizsaor .
thlrty-ihe ytars. No other I will exhibit here inFridav for burns wounds sores, eczema and We wish to I rn):3 q Ul't b)ttlas t) mjt
variety grown on plantation of I| February 9. piles. 25 cts. at Tydings & Co.'s say that.the time will .
1.500 acre lure seed Impossible s drug store. soon arrive, when the citizens of our iit.3ai: enlaaas: i aai [ +
where different varietiesare The Troupe is composed of first m town will have a real live treat. From l_ .
grown. I.,class Male and Female Performers the fact that Cole & Rogers' Show YH'1l n) ,...f
1 ox. lie: 3 oz. toe: 4 oz. 35c; and the Funny Clowns are the best Mrs. H. G. McDavid, her daughter will exhibit here on a either, sapply.'A i -_____ Sgii
1lb.. SOc; 1 lb. $1.00: 5 lb>. j on the road. Mrs Frank Dorsey, and her charming Friday.February 9. .'" wa ji-' ;i a tj'' ? r. S
10 Ibi $&50 The patrons of this show in every I :
J4.50; delivered.
I guest, Miss :Mabel McCreedie, of Mi- According to press 'notices from [L.. Mk.
Remit registered letter, or : city and towji in which it has pitched other towns where they have '
order. Send for seed I canopy were pleasant visitors to I already ..
money I I its tents have been highly pleased our shown it is a noted fact that the '. .
Annual Manual on Melon office Friday afternoon having show is of the best ever in this I
i cometo given AI
Culture given with each order. j with the performance. The t.
M, I. BRANCH, I i Acting :watch our new linotype machine I section of the country. They have .. .
is superb and is with them
the
best
interesting to the troupe of Lady
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Columbio Co. Berzelia,_ Ga. {{ Old and .Young.'alike. operate They were very welcome t and Gentlemen Acrobats. Gymnasts, t I OCfiLJ HOUSE WINE ROOMS. I.'
I callers. and High-wire Performers we have! ,.
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VOL.4 0,' NO.34. OCALA. FLORIDA, PtflDAt' FEBBUAKY 2, 1906. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR

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Mrs. Hood's Beautiful Recaption fog THE HOLY CITY.

I r Mrs. Collar. I !

Oratorio at the Presbyterian: Church COMING COMING !

Between the hours of four and six I Beautifully Rendered.

o'clock Tuesday afternoon the hand'

Home MadeHave some home of Mrs. E. Van Hood was: j r At the Presbyterian church Tuesday

I thronged with fashionable, beautifullygowned night the Holy City an oratorio by COLE: & ROGERS

women to pay homage to one I -
Alfred R. Gaul was beautifully ren- ,- .
of Ocala'a most cultured. women and
dered by local talent. The proceeds of
her charming daughter Mrs. William

Alexander Collier ,of Tuscaloosa, Ala- this entertainment are to be devoted "

your cake, muffins, and tea biscuit bama. to the pipe organ fund of the Presby-

At the door pretty Miss Nellie Gott- terian church.Mr. I RAILROAD SHOWS :
home-made. They will be fresher -
lieb, attired all in pink from the bow : .
: Albert E. Gerig had charge of
on her hair to her dainty pink shoes, ,.
cleaner more tasty and wholesome. the oratorio and was an excellent dIrector : : -. -.
took the cards and as one entered the

hall of this lovely home, each way that and Miss M. B. Wartman pre- .
Royal Baking Powder helps the house .
I one looked a scene of much beauty sided at the organ, playing all of the '
WILL EXHIBIT AT -
i was disclosed. The hall was beautifully accompaniments.At .
wife to produce at home quicklyand .
economically I decorated in palms and graceful
the last moment Mrs. George R.
bamboo and the ladies receiving in ,
fine and cake the raised McKean, who was to have sung the I -
tasty this room were Mrs. R. A. Burforti, i
leading soprano part was too 111 to :
Mrs. X .1. Gottlieb. Mrs. W. K. Ze- I OOALA ,
hot-biscuit puddings the frosted layer sing, so Mrs. W. A. Collier of Tus '
: Wadski and Mrs. J. B. Cutler. In the I .
caloosa, Alabama, very kindly consented I ,
rear of the hall Miss Mattie Williamsand
cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and to take her parts. Mrs. Collier
: :Mrs. J. C. Koonce served punch I '
has an unusually lovely voice and it ;

muffins with which the ready-made food from a prettily decorated punch bowLIn was a great pleasure to the people of 1
the drawing room every thing Feb. '
Ocala to hear her. The other soprano Friday 9th.
was exquisitely fresh and spring-like I
found at the bake-shop or grocery does i and very pretty was the arrangement singers were Mrs. H. H. Lapham Mrs.J. ,

E. Chace, Mrs. Clarence Camp Mrs.
of the ferns tad flowers. On the man- !
not I A. E Gerig Miss Sara Whltfie d. Mrs.T. .
compare. tel were vases of pink carnations and A
I H. Johnson, Mrs. G. C. Pasteur and grand consolidation containing an assemblyof
this was the predominating color note
Royal is the of bake-day helps.ROYAL Miss Mary AndersonThe
greatest .
throughout the room. Receiving with alto parts were taken earth's most startling representation. Ar-

Mrs. Hood and Mrs. Collier were Mrs.C. .

E. Powell of Lexington, Ky., Miss by Mrs. Robert G. Blake, Mrs. acts and exploits introduced by the best .
BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK- L. B. Smith, Mrs. D. R Mclver

Addle Hansbrough, of ElSzabethtown, Mrs. A. L. Izlar, Mrs. W. A. Coin and lady and artists and the funny '
-I Ky.. and Miss ,Mildred Nurney, of I gentlemen -
the tenors were Messrs A. E. Gerig,
SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, Mr. O. C. Tigner went to Mc- Suffolk, Va.
Local 'Editor up In the music room which was very G. W. Martin and .R. D. Mathews. I clowns are the best on the road, and

Intosh Sunday and returned home on Messrs. G. A. Nash C. L. An-
cosy and attractive in Its tones of red,
:Monday afternoon derson, Dozier Leitner, J. J. Gerig; troupes of educated and performing
fcllHMhOS I TOWS holly, red roses and Christmas: bells
ABOUT
; -- D. S. Woodrow, and W. S. Pike sang
being effectively used with the bambooand
},Ir."W. V. Newsom has returned bass.
I> other even'greens.
home from Belleview, where he had The tenor contralto, soprano and I ELEPHANTS, LIONS. HORSES.
brides of
Miss Mamie Stovall has been quite In this room three lovely .
I bass solos and the quartetts, trios and
...et for several days. been for a couple of weeks. this season were receiving. Mrs.-B. H.
duets were all well sung and the I PONIES
D JOS
Clark Mrs. W. H. Powers, aud Mrs. chorus work was exceptionally fine, I MONKEYS,
Ur. Will Tuten farmer cattle grow- Mrs. J. J. Mixson. of Williston, is the E. T. Helvenston. who were introduced I
comprising as, it did most of the best
M and prosperous citizen.,. was in guest of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur to the guests by Mrs. S. T. Sis- i Are A Feature, +
singers In our city.It
Ocala Tuesday. trunk. .
Masters.
was a musical evening of very
Throughout the afternoon music I
great pleasure and the large audience DON'T FAIL TO SEE TOPSY.
Ur. and Mrs. Newcomb Barco, of -
\ I'" Mr. Grover Metcalf, of Jacksonville was rendered by a stringed band I present were exceedingly pleased with .
Cotton Plant were In Ocala Tuesdayoa which was concealed from view by a '
I formerly of this city, but who is nowa the rendition of this beautiful ora- '
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The Great Boer War and the who
a .Hopping tour. bower of palm leaves. Elephant, Lady Fights
travelling salesman, spent Sundayin torio. '
II After being Introduced and cordially I the Lion.

Mr. and Mrs. Perry Krasnoff left Ocala. welcomed the guests were asked Into I .,
.. An Old Timer.
Tuesday night for Summerton, S. C., : the dining room by Mrs. William j

where they will reside }In the future. j I Capt. James Cribbett of Largo, Hocker and Mrs. D E .McIver. '
spent Sunday in Ocala. The captain's 'I I We had a most agreeafc'e call Tues- 13 EXHIBITIONS 3'
1 i'! At the serving table, which was ex MONSTOR -
Fertilizer Ocala friends are always greatly day from Captain F. H. Lytle of Stanton -
Fertilizer, or
Buy your quisitely lovely Mrs. Clarence Camp, ,
materials, of Lang Swart? & Co., '', pleased to see him. on Lake Weir. I -_ __ ____
in lavender chiffon
beautifully gowned
agents for the Sanders Fertilizer Co., ;i -
Jacksonville. Fla. II with large white picture hat presided I The captain, in his younger days
I Ii I I Mr. S. Rosin, of Arcadia, is in Ocala
i Under Huge Clouds of Canvas with all new and strictly first
with much grace and the young ladies and in the palmy days of the Farmers j I
j
sheriff Gordon has an eye' for the for a few days assisting :Mr. Kras- (
assisting her were Misses Bessie and I :I time features. Come one and all, Come prepared to en.
beautiful-he Is keeping the public noft In getting his goods ready to ship Alliance was called the "game cock"of
Marguerite Porter Alta Pearson, Ed- [ joy it all. Two Performances 2 and 8 m. Doors
square in good shape. them to South Carolina.Mr. Marion county and the title was : p.
I na Dozier and Pauline Sullivan all of open 1 and 7 'p. m. Don't miss the Grand Free
whom were in white. J well earned and well deserved. Though "
Mr. Ulmer, the well known CincIn- and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and Street Parade at 12 o'clock.
Misses Leta Camp and Mary Bur- little like the late Joe Wheeler he I I,I
naU merchant. Is visiting his friend, little daughter came home Monday II I .
ford presented to each guest a bouquetof is game and is one of the blue hen's
Mr. M. Strauss. afternoon from a week's visit to Miami I
violets as a souvenir of the after chickens. :
Palm Beach and Ormond. (I '
Mr. Frank the Southern noon. 1 Captain Lytle was born on the an-I REMEMBER DAY AND DATE!

In the center of the table on a large nhersarr of Jackson's birthday i .
'1 Syndicate and Factory Company wentdown Miss Mabel McCredie has returned
: reflector square was a cake of ice in the year in which this. famous democrat -
to Drookville Tuesday. Micanopy, after a visit:. in Ocala ....
surrounded by cotton powdered with ; was inaugurated president of. -- --- ----- ---- -,----- ---
with her aunt and cousin. Mrs. H.
silver dust to snow and the United States and although not ,,. ., ,
represent .... !'" -- :J. " For Sale-My home and' lot known G. McDavid and Mrs. Frank Dorsey. II
u the Reardon place situated on Ock- -- crowning the ice were large bunchesof much of a Jackson democrat he says CAPITAL ,

lawaha avenue, for particulars add. malagar grapes and frosted leaves he taw a great deal of Jackson and
W. c., Jeffords City or Mrs. K. Orr, Mr.-O. C. Tisner is'now'in the shoe $50,000.00 > ,
and at each corner of the table wasa attended his funeral.
1UO 2nd st, Louisville. Ky. l-2-3t. department of the H. B. :Masters store I -
bunch of the grapes allot leaves and ( When Captain Lytle became a populist '
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where he will be delighted to welcome President T. T. Manroe. -
;; I a candle stick, while encircling the ::; ht was a populist straight andas
For Sale-The- site n occupiedby his friends and to supply them with w Vice-President, Z. O. C'ambliss.. ..
table was a border of the frostel cotton been a populist ever since and being '
the Spoke and Rim factory, containing fashionable, foot wear. Cashier, J. B. Brooks.
about seven acres, This Is the The effect of this novel decor- a populist he has never participated '

ative Mea was unusually lovely and in any other primary except '
best location for any kind of manu- Mr. Ben Condon who is now stationed a. : -
in every wa.yIrs.. Hood's receptionwas populist one. He says; he never believed -
to !
in the city. Apply .
facturing plant at, Tampa, with the A. C. L I
It a beautiful and a memorable one in riding two horses nor sitting -
W. C. Jeffords. engineering corps, spent Sunday at I
to the ladies of Ocala. !( on two stools because the feat is dangerous '
home. He was accompanied by his i CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
Mrs llotzclaw and Messrs. Fred friend, Mr. Boyd. On this occasion some notably' hand- and very few can perform the i, ,

,.skIll and Warren Holtzclaw were in some gowns were worn. Mrs Hood's act with any degree of cleverness. : OF OCALA

Ocala from Candler Tuesday. :Miss Mary Davenport of Chattanooga lovely dress was crepe de chene the j The captain says he is feeling the I I ,

Tenn., a very attractive and color of ashes of roses- and trimmed i, weight of years and is not the "game I'j

Miss Florence Crook, of Palatka is charming ;young girl will arrive In with real lace. Her flowers were pink cock" he once was. He renewed his I I DIRECTORS.

lfc guest of her sister. Mrs. Albert Ocala soon to spend several weeks roses. : subscription to the Ocala Banner and I

Mrs. Collier was particularly lovely said that when he is gathered to his i .
few weeks. Charles V .Miller.
Gtrlg, for a with :Mrs. ;
I t I in a- black net gown with' beau- farthers, he wants this paper to be | J. K. Christian, RS.HairT. t2 G
i T. :Munroe
Mr. and Mrs. Kirchner of ClncinBati. Mr. Walter Clifford-Earp, of Eng- tiful black velvet bolero elaborately I among his household gods, as it has I Geo. Mackay r, I
Z. C. Chambltss.i. .
H. A. Ford
are the guests Mr. and Mrs. land, won the Minneapolis trophy, embroidered In gold and her flowers i! been a visitor to his home for some- .

dward Holder and are at the Ocala Saturday in the hundred mile race. were white roses. I thing like a period of thirty-one years. .

House. Time 75 minutes 40 2-5 seconds, :Mrs. Powell was very pretty in a |I I 15! =.".,.,=",,--. r' "" ?5Jg .3S-gr..JJtMtM,..,.""",g-,,..... ""II

smashing all previous records for 100 pompadour organdie in ,shades of blue '! Health. : r- .

Harley Lester, after three months miles.Sunday's. and pink. Miss Hansbrough wore an I; Means the ability to do a good -

sojourn In Jacksonville. Dunnellon and old rose crepe de chene and Miss Nur- i j day's work without undue fatigue'and '

Ocala has returned to Tampa. He Atlanta Constitution contains ney was gowned in pale gray chiffon ;i; to find life worth living. You "
cannot have indigestion and constipation -
reports a most pleasant va.catlon.II .- a picture of Mr. Jack Horner, trimmed with touches of light blue.i without its upsetting the liver SATURDAY FfBRUARY 17.

Tampa Tribune, formerly of this city which calls hima Ocala is noted for her lovely visitors i j and polutting the blood. Such a con- '' ,
dition may be best and quickest relieved -
II- "star pitcher of other days, who may and at this time she fully sustained by Herbine. the best liver re- !j

I ir. \. X. McDonald of Pine, of the handle an Indicator, in the Southern 'her reputation i gulator that the world has ever known I
Mrs. D. W. Smith writes, April 3, 1902:
Inn of Munroa Bros and McDonald, League this year." The group of brides were very much j "I used Herbine and find it the best j I Is the Date on which

was a visitor to Ocala Tuesday. .lie admired and they were beautifully regulating' .

purchased while here a team of mules Mr William Htees, a member of I gowned. Mrs. lIelvenston wore her ti
1 Sold by all druggists. m'- the Big Auction, Sale ':
,four In number) for which he paid Florida's first railroad commission, wedding dress of white crepe de

I JL300. Mutes are certainlybringing was In Ocala Tuesday; and went out chene. 'Mrs .Clark's handsome dress I A Crack Shot.

rood prices. In the western' portion of the county was black spangled net with a touch t! : will begin at J, A. PithA

on a business visit. of pink at the neck and Mrs. Powerswas Mr. Neat Apgar, representing the

Mr*. John G. Herndon of Washington very pretty in a gown of white Peters Cartridge Company, is registered man & Son's Furniture /

D. C. who has been spending the The Ocala Automobilists have now chiffon trimmed in seed pearl and lace. at the Ocala House. While here _
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past six weeks In Ocala with her sIs- allreturned from Ormond, where .)Irs. Hocker was very lovely in a Mr. Apgar may give an exhibition of ,
Store.Conveying
ter, lira. O. M. Hubbard. went to they went to attend the races. They black velvet suit and Mrs.: Cutler was his remarkable shooting. Today he I .

Tampa Wednesday to visit ,another had many amusing experiences, ,and handsome in lavender viole. Mrs. Ze- will try his skill killing quail He will i F

liter. Before returning home Mrs. some not so- amusing, on their trip, wadski in white silk. Mrs. Gottlieb in place his line of goods on sale with J 1

Herndon will make another visit to but all had a big time anyway and enjoyed white tissue Mrs. McIver in white the enterprising firm of Lang. Swartz

Oc&U. themselves immensely.Mr. cloth and Mrs. Sistrunk in paid blue & Co.
aid Power Transmission Appliances.Majjiqery
I tissue were looking unusually welL w ] .

Mr. GUI Rhelnauer and daughter, John L. O'Connell the lightning Mrs. Burford wore a white.lace gown Mr. Josiah seckingerrepresented

Ulu, Gertrude Rhelnauer._ of New calculator and _master of the science over yellow and all her: friends were Martel In -()cala. Tuesday on a shopping Mill and Mining Supplies

Tork city, arrived la Ocala Tuesday of numbers has been entertaining big delighted to see her out after her recent expedition and among other
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and will spend the winter with Mr. crowds on our streets for the past two : illness. things during his visit here enrolled
THE CAMERON & BERKLEY CO.
and Mrs. Charles Rhelnauer: Mr. days. As a figurer he has no superiorand i Miss Williams_and ,){rs. Koonce. his name on our subscription books. tIn

Raeinaner is a prominent real estate he talks as well as,he figures. He : who served the punch wore lovely its old age the ,Ocala Banner is CHARLESTON, S. C. ,r
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man of the metropolis and U e the oldeat gives life zest animation and even wit dresses the former white chiffon over becoming more and more popular and I I
I F. C. HOFFMAN ,
brother of Messrs. Charles and_Ben and humor to the,study of the arithmetic pink and the latter white silk with Is a favorite in nearly every house- _
} Phon 2CC. Hot.L Ocala f ;
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fttobuuer. of this city.. -klS arithmetic. trimmims "vatenclnes lace. held in the county. .... ,' .

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THE OCALA BANNER I |I f For ThinBabies )

1'I I ,;: Harris celebrates this
(- On Monday last the receiver of the Frank yea
= I Noted Military Leader >'es at Homeof defunct First National Bank of .Ma- We are in favor of the United
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0 editor o'
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: fortieth anniversary'as
FRANK HARRIS Editor. his
: con Ga., of which the late R .H.;Plant States government making appropriations '' .
His Sister in Brooklyn was president, paid to creditors the P
: F V, Letvtngood, Suwnes Manager. the Ocala Banner.
last dollar of the bank's indebtedness. improvements of our
for _the '
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-rr Soldier From, Hie Youth. together. -with interest. .. .. -atilre'TatcTofJ 'Forft1' iir'ThAt Is a long distance
; int..'' rivers and harbors This has been i

Such settlements are unusual and view in perspective. but if one
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the policy of ,the government ever '. f
Gen. Joseph Wheeler, the great because of1: their rarity: mention- : -.- id- i -. > '.' could view it in retrospect as does
made here since Its, creation and at no time .and Fat is of great account!
4- i Confederate,cavaliy leader, and who totertiL:: Plant was' highmindedChristian'gentleman. :Mfv: Harris ,the"cfiahces"are: it would

I added: to the splendor-of his military for purposes of. this'It is item not necessary to J go-? no X place- has j-i"xious it, met,< with'. very' ser?. not seem .remote.. And yet 40 year : to a baby : that is why

record 1' the, war into the causesof his failure.-. It-may op osltl.Jn... These. appropriations. is'a long lime and the Ocala Bannei
-- -- fat. If
q against Spain: has have been the" result of "frenzied fin- is babies are your:
the fledgeling.
have to increase commerce no J
anciering," 'o ". it may not but the Iel4? ... .. .:
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crossed over the this banker suffered when he have Perhaps it is its age and the men- is Scott's
agony of the nation and Incidentally baby scrawny,
4- river. and now saw trust funds committed to his care tal maturity of its editor that gives
slipping irrecuperably away, no one been of benefit to all, the people. Emulsion is what be'w
answers the roll but an honorable man similarly plac- > this paper its tone. For it has a tone ;

1' 3 call on the other ed can conceive. We do not stop hereWe also favor -one that marks it worthy of all The
nts.
shore with Lee. i Plant carried heavy life insurance, the government making appropriations emulation in its news features and healthy baby
t the bulk of which was payable to his
Jackson, Grant estate. When the real extent of loss I for the improvement of our comments on current events. Maybe stores as fat what it does

and a host of other immortals. reached hIM and he saw he could not I this excellence of tone Is the result
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Motto: The Banner, believing those make good, he put a period to his exIstence public highways. not need immediately for
.( the top well able U take care of He died at Brooklyn at the residence with a bullet. of that good-natured geniality-that '
should not our public highways '
;-. thtmstlves, has taken its stand in the of his sister, Mrs. Sterling He gave his life for his friends., Why mellowness that comes with age as bone and muscle. Tat
I "Wicked?" you say. We will not the same as our rivers and harbors i
barricades with the common people Smith. All the members of the Imme- discuss that. in wine.
But when R. H. Plant '
: and its fight will be.mad for the bet diate family were .wlth him when the was burled his grave was banked six receive the fostering care of our And yet Frank Harris is not an old babies are happy : they do : ,.

torment of those at the bottom. end and it, feet high with roses, the offerings of
,came, came peacefully.
general government? man. He is only an experienced mana
those friends for whom he gave his not they are rich-
; r:_ -- -- _____'_ Joe'*Wneeler as born at Augusta, life. And when mention of his name man'who-has accumulated wisdom cry ; ;
Why should not our highways,
6 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1906. Ga., In 1836; graduated from West is' made in Macon today it is with and who looks/ out upon the world i; their fat is laid up for
reverence.-Palatka News. traversing as they do those sectionsof
Point in 1859. He served in Kansas with kindly eyes and views human j

Hawthorne is talking about puttingup and New :Mexico in 1861 against the "Greater love hath no man than our country, where our wheat and frailties in charity. You can, see that j I j time of need. 'fhey are ,
this, that a man lay down his life for .
up a cotton mill Indians. He was 'commissioned Colonel his friends.-"St John 15:13. corn and cotton and hacco and all much in his paper without. half look- i|I happy because hey are

of the 19th Alabama Infantry and other products of the soil, which have ing. 'I!I
This is what R. H. Plant did for the
: Jacksonville I ia putting up a fiber was attached to the Army of the Mississippi friends who trusted him. He was yet made necessary the Improvement of. We can't all be like Frank Harris, : comfortable. The fat sure

mill to..cost $100,000. At the battle of Shiloh April .I in the prime and vigor of manhood. our inlets, bays, rivers and harbors. but we can all come into a better understanding 'I rounds their little nerves
6-7 1862, he had two horses shot
-- He had two banks. receive also the same measure of Improvement of our responsibilities to.

General Fred D .Grant wants 'to under him and distinguished himself He was a lover of fine stock and had by the government at the public as editors by studying him I and cushions them. When :: ,

make the anniversary of General Lee'sone by the last charge made and in the fine and fast Washington and his methods and striving to excel : : "
horses.
cows, He had
: hundredth birthday a national capture of Prentiss' division. In July an .elegant home and the world held Why should not.the agriculturist the as he excels. May he and his Banner I they are scrawny those.

kollday. he was placed in command of the cavalry out beautiful prospects for him but same as the ship owner receive bene- live long .and prosper.-Palatka Xews. nerves are hurt at every .,
of the distinguished him- I
army,
fits from the federal he ,
; financial trouble came upon him and treasury, as
The Ocala Banner- has improved one self in engagements at Green River, rather than the friends who trusted contributes to it in the shape of taxes: A Wicked Partner. ungentle to 11 C h. They

hundred percent since it has installed Mumfordsville and Perryville, in the I
him should suffer he made a sacrifice as much or more than the ship own- delight in Scott's Emul-
last named battle holding back an entire -
a new typesetting machine. Willis- John Temple Graves is unfortunate
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of his life. He fulfilled the text to the .
ton Advocate. corps of the enemy during the in having a wicked partner. sion. It is sweet
: last syllable and letter. He lay down Why should not the people residingin as as
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day.. October 30th he was made '
Mr. Grav s' partner is not
only
his life and than that no man hath the interior, receive the same meas-
Marralna is growing She is Brigadier General. Jan. 19th 1S63 he wholesome to them.
apace. wicked but he seems to hate studiedMr.
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greater love. Surely Plant occupies a ure of protection as. those living on
: erecting a four story ,building and has was appointed 'major-general. At I seashore? Graves' character and knows his .,
place near the great white throne.
_i two candidates to step Into Mr. La- Chicamauga he fought the most des- Send
The one is as clearly within the weakest point and in the legal fight for free tarn p1..
mar's shoes. perate battle of the war. took part in
: now before the courts is hitting Mr.
National Woman Suffrage Convention province of government as the other, .
the siege of Knoxville, aided in oppre- Graves below the belt. .svetbattbItptCttfsI4 "
and as the interior holds the whip- I -
The Chicago Tribune puts it this sing Sherman's march on Atlanta, in Baltimore. the form of a I.bell. ..ttt
Mr. Graves'
claims .
that Mr.Graves
partner
handle, by virtue of having the larg- S
way: ."Marshall Field was not the put to flight 5,000 Federal cavalry, wrapper of every fcottla tf
est number of voters, she can get gOVernment can be fed upon flattery. That Emulsion bu/
: richest man in the United States. Jle took Stoneman 7011
prisoner operated in The Thirty-eighth Annual Convention -
appropriations if she makesthe the diet of flattery is essential, to his
:. was merely the .heaviest tax payer." front of Sherman's army, defended
of the National American Woman demand for them. existence. Scott <$. Bowne -
Macon, Augusta and Savannah defeated
Suffrage Association will be held in' To carry out the will of his con- This has become a disease with the ;_ _. Chfmtstt -
Something is going to break looser _
Kilpatrick at Aiken, and was
stituents is the duty-and the highest plaintiff and renders him through this
has already broken loose in Georgia promoted to lieutenant-general. April Lyric Theatre, Baltimore, February7th s, 409-418 F.ar'f ..J'1HfJ
duty--of a congressmanAs avenue susceptible of approach.By t .l- /.. Ytrk
4 -the Atlanta Journal of Jan. 30th. 29 1865,; he bade farewell to his corpse to 13th inclusive -
long as the interior stretching any: designing person he can be soft- -
failed to contain a double-leaded having been under fire in SOO skir- A fine array of talent has been secured 50c.inJJl.00AUDrojgUl
from ocean to ocean, and from the soaped, into doing any act, however re- -'s'
double-measure leader Hoke Smith. mishes commanded
on and in than
\ more
to address the different meet lakes to the gulf, sleeps on her post- dieulous it may be. He follows one
200 battles.He .
ings, consisting of prominent men and makes .no stir-nothing will be done.A who "flatters just as a title child folow
A paved highway has been completed volunteered for duty in the invasion .
man usually gets what he a stick of candy.Continuing TOUR EUROPE FREE
.- between Palm Beach and Miami. of Cuba. and was appointed women who have become famous for goes '.
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their devotion and labor for, and If these appropriations for the Mr. Daniel's answer 1-_ -
along various
This makes it pleasant for autos bicycles major-general of volunteers, assignedto
lines of human activity. improvement of our public highwaysare says: "So great is the necessity of The Courier-Journal to Take Ni,".
and vehicles. If .
ordinary a command of army of invasion, dis-
Mrs. Maud Ballington Booth, -who is asked for in the right! spirit-the the plaintiff (Mr. Graves) for adulation teen Women
section expects tourists it must give embarked at Daiquiri. engaged in the ,Young Abroadas
known the world over for her spirit as though the people meant It that any dreary drivel can find
magnif-
them some attractions. Incidentally it skirmish at Guasimas, routed 2,000 Its Guests.
-they will get them. its way into the editorial if it
ficent work page
among the convicts in the
: ought also give attractions to Its owr Spaniards with 964 dismounted I '
iople. cay-I Prisons of America will give the Let's get them if we have.. to make only be addressed 'Hon. John Temple<< The
aIry opened the road to Santiago Courier-Journal i. conducting a
Sunday sermon on February llth, at the demand for them; our entire plat- I Graves,' and begins, 'I saw your brilliant -
-- senior in command at San Juan, fight- popularity contest that
eclipses

3 o'clock in Lyric theatre. editorial, or 'I have heard youi anything
Bourke Cochran says there is no
\ ing all day, crossed the stream under form.We
want macademized eloquent address delivered at Coon- of the kind ever promoted fa
Governor Warfield of highways.
use Maryland, will
attempting to send a. rich man to fire anti deployed under the rifle pits

:: jail and yet we have sent more rich of. the enemy, which won him special deliver an address welcome on the We also want public' buildings in I ville.1"A this section. Briefly, the Courlw-

to in first evening also the of Baltimore our interior cities the same -< has Journal
men Jail the past few years than praise from General Shatter, was senior Mayor proposes to take on a enaweeks"

ever before. Not only that-but we of the commission to negotiate and the Collector of the Port. been universally accorded to our sea- Tax-Payer" in the Daily Cap- tour abroad nineteen
young
have sent 'a rich woman to jail and I terms of One evening will w devoted to port cities. ital says that "Tallahassee has an
capitulation,'and dictated the
iiiinent We do not want t<* io'a raul but electric light establishment that is women from Kentucky and Southern
rven,went so far as to hang a woman. terms. He sailed with his command to college women who appreciate wo

Bourke Cochran is talking to the gal- Montauk Point, was placed In com 'to what extent they are indebtedto want to see that Peter gets all that top-hea with managers and"bookkeepers Indiana.. all expenses paid from the

leries. I the pioneers of the women suffrage belongs him. and superintendents and collectors day the party leaves Louisville. July
mand of the troops at Camp Wikoff,
and later in command of the Fourth cause for the positions they now hold. -- and other' unnecessary adorn- 12, until It returns to "The Old Kea-

A Pitsburg. woman's club has been Army Corpse. Soon after returningto President Kemsen of John Hopkins Marshall Field and His Maxims.It ments but is powerful weak on givIng tucky Home," August :3. To give all

discussing the question of why women Alabama, he was unanimously re- University will presi e. decent" light" And "there are ,a chance the Courier-Journal ha divided -

wear clothes. Probably it never nominated for congress, this being his Another evening wil be devoted to is s-aid Marshall Field that no I others. -Lake City Index. Louisville and Kentucky and

occurred to them that it is a habit. tenth ele tlon. "Municipal Government" when men dollar of his was ever gained through --- ---- Southern Indiana into eighteen dl -

But .why not wear clothes, they are prominent along the lines of municipal Injury to his fellow man. That is tricts and the most popular young

:- immensely more beautiful than fig That Appleyard! Affair. reforms will be heard. pretty high tribute to pay the man I: woman from each district is to be the

leaves, and then r.:; leaves are not always I There will be one evening with I i who came to be the greatest merchant DOCTORCURm one to make the tour The nineteenth

-- accessible.. Editor Appleyard. of the 'Lake City "Women In History." of his time.and whose fortune runs young woman Is to be selected In another -

'- Index, is full of wrath and is itching Florence Kelley will conduct a con- far up into the millions.Mr. way. Readers of the Courier-
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The Tampa Tribune says that while I for a fight. Indeed he ha-s publicly ference on Industrial Problems. Mrs. Field's fortune is estimated at Of ECZEMA Journal are to select the guests for
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; ,-- the Punta Gorda Herald is thirteen issued this invitation to "pistols ahd Came Chapman Catt, president of the between one hundred and one hundred the paper, by ballot It Is estimatedthat

I years old. Editor Jordan's age is usH coffee for two to one of his fellow International Women Suffrage Association and fifty millions of dollars. Not all the "trip alone will cost the

kn wn. Don't you believe it. Frank citizens:....!"The editor of the Index is will be present and report for of this was gained through mercantile CourierrJournal_ about $15,000, to Mf

Walpole says that whe-n'he first knew of the old-fashioned kind that, if any hers .ociation. Rev. Anna II. Shaw channels, to be sure, for much must Maryland Physician Cures Himself of nothing of incidental and other nec-

: Jordan, thirty-five years ago, he was one takes offense at his utterances, will conduct a question box. represent judicious investment of ear- Eczema essary expenses._ There may be a
with
"getting along." That may be a little -. can name a friend to carry on a- correspondence From Baltimore the delegates will ly earned profits; but Marshal Field Cuticura Remedies. young woman from this section who la

indefinite, but its .one. man's testtmony -, in an adjoining State. go to Washington where a celebrationwill was no speculator, no stock gambler, Prescribes Them and Has Cured a candidate for this tour. Write the

,-Index.. I And the State line is, not far north of be held in observance of SusanB. no trust magnate. His fortune repre- Many Cases Where Other Formulas Courier-Journal Louisville. ICy for a

-- Lake City."-And this, all because the Anthony's S6th blrthd.y on February sents individual effort and individual list of candidates and full deW of .

;r John Sharpe Williams says: he has aforesaid fellow citizen, at meeting 15th, in the Church of Our Father.A judgment. Have Failed- Dr, Fisher Says: the tour.

not had time to prepare a speech on of the bond trustees, asked, "Who is fine program will be arranged.A At the outset of his business career -I-

the tariff question. It is a little surprising this fellow Appleyard. anyhow?" ,The ten days stop over Washington he laid down for himself certain max- CUTICURA REMEDIES Another Jennings for Governor.

i to find a congressman who can Herald sincerely hopes that Appleyardwill has been secured for those whose ims which he once furnished, in his /

not make a speech' on the tariff with-, not get shot nor hurt in any res- route takes them through that city. own words: POSSESS TRUE'MERIT I A very interesting rumor cornea

out preparation or provocation.-Milton pect. Lake City should take care of To those who do not pass through lIe never gives a note. S down from the western part of the

: .Index.It him; he is one of her most valuable Washington a. special rate from Baltimore He never buys a share of stock on My face was afflicted with 'state to the effect that '1'. A. Jennings

Is a pity some of our other congressmen assets.-Punta Gorda Herald. will be given. which will enable margin.He eczemain of Pensacola is being
persuaded by
the '
# year 1S97. I used the Cuticura
did' not think they could ,I them to attend the Congressional is against speculation.
-- his friends to become candidate for
Remedies and a
-. make a speech on the tariff without, I A Tampa Editor All Mixed Up. Hearings which will be held in the He Is no borrower. am a practicing, was physicitn.entirely and cured.very I the nomination for governor at the

_____!I time for" preparation and could not morning of the ,15th and the celebra- lIe has made it a point not to in- often prescribe Cuticura Resolvent and next primaries. The matter does not

_ _t find the time for the preparation. I The Lake City Index smeared a tion in the evening. cumber his business with mortgages. Cuticura Soap in cases of eczema, and seem to have yet been discussed by

'- large gob of He does they have cured where other formulas
business "
: disappointment over the -- on a "cash basis.
have failed. I am not in the habit I I the press to any extent but it is nothing -
Times Change. Florida landscape this week. Last Florida as a Vegetable Producing lIe tries to sell on shorter time than o
endorsing patent medicines, but when ; more than fair to give notice tu
J week there was some disturbance between State. competitors. I find remedies '
I I possessing ue merit all
aspirants that if T. A. JennIngs
The Governor of. Georgia and the I Editor Appleyard. of the Index lIe tries to sell the same grade of such as the Cuticura Remedies do,I am I '

Governor. of Florida. met in Jackson-. I and Editor Palmer, of the Citizen- Vegetables are grown for a profit allover goods for a smaller -price.i broad-minded enough to proclaim their I gets into the field he will be a candidate
virtues to the who must be reckoned U bet'lt/lle
world. I have
been
_ ? villa, Sunday. and although, ttie weather Reporter. Editor Appleyard printed a the state. The same methods of lie holds his customers to a strict practicing ,
:' i i medicine for f-ixteen years, and I a candidate.Mr. : .
was warm and mint was available, ,- history of his own life and declared cultivation are generally used here as j I I meeting 6f their obligations. must say I find your Remedies A No. 1. j .
I I Jennings was for .
a long tune a
there was nothin doin.? Tfce good old II j that this week he would do the same in other states, except that they are 1 I Perhaps Mr. Field's chief asset was You are at liberty to publish this letter, '

days of the simple life have passed )'for his competitor. He also had several adapted as to time of planting through i! character. He was ever recognized r or any part of it. I remain,very truly resident of Tampa where every ant
; a I yours, G. M. Fisher, M. D., Big Pool i who knew him then ia his friend '.>,
forever. Live Oak ,
_ Democrat. / paragraphs which hinted broadly: the season, and Florida has the ad- I man of highest probity and possessed Md, May 24, l005.u day. No man is better qualified by

i at a resort to the code duello. His vantage of being able to send its-pro- 'j the supreme confidence of the business

: Uncle Bob 0. K. i I promised biography of his fellow edi- ducts to Northern and Western mar- ,i world. from the time he made his first ability breadth and the possession lIt

; I ; tor did not appear this week but a kets at an earlier date than any of !|, start in Chicago. To industry, CUTICURA-THESET$1. common sense to make the state a
energy -
.: .The suggestion of Uncle Bob Rogers 1 small notice to the effect that at the the states north of us, which enables i perserverance he added a* faculty Complete Treatment for Every most admirable executive, and if h.-

for governor seems to take. The urgent request of, his friends it was them to command a monopoly of the : for invention that made him Humor from Pimplesto is prevailed upon to become a candidate -
a pioneer
.c press has received his nanw very not printed. Now, when are we goingto market as well as prices. Many of in his chosen field of endeavor. Scrofula : ; there are few if any who will appeal -

-c 'kindly. Although not as fleet of foot have that fun?Tampa Herald. these crops bring handsome returns. I. > He believed he had always given Bathe the affected parts with hot more strongly to the people tr

1 as formerly he can. do some mighty There has been no controversy between Tomatoes, for instance, have yieldedas every man who dealt with him his water and -Cuticura Soap, to cleanse j poll more votes.-Tampa Tim".

good running yet Lake City Index.What's the editors of the Index aiM much as $1000 per acre but the t money's worth. He built the surface: of crusts and scales and : 1
lit up a busi- soften
the '
thickened
-- the from cuticle; dry Ocala Marriages.
Citizen-Reporter and ,Herbert L. average-is $300 to $500. Irish po ness second to none in the world, and without hard rubbing and ,

Ocala Doing? Dodd and not Palmer is editor of the tatoes will average nearly J100. lettuce he leaves behind Cuticura Ointment apply ;.
him
what is far bet freely, to allay The Ocala
latter paper. B. H Palmer is from J3QO to $800 itching irritation people are' still getting
judeo per acre, and .ter than all his millions-a and 'inflammation,
The Gainesville Sun says that "the the : name untarnished and soothe and heal married at the rate of a dozen couplesa
Judicial Circuit and it is his celery as much as $1,500 per acre. and ; and, lastly, take

'- 'Florida. city that erects the first cot-. biography Index promised to publish Melons of every kind and variety Constitution.deeply respected.-Atlanta Cuticura Resolvent Pills to cool and week. Pretty soon they will be all

ion factory will not stop at one. Another but didn't do .so. abound and thrive in every section of but cleanse the dollar blood. A single set, costing married, and the society l editor of the
one is often
i is sure to follow and it is sure Florida. Watermelons cure the sufficient to Banner will have time to peruse the
and most
cantaloupesare Messrs. torturing
_t to, l>e a boom to 'an, :city." '.And it's lee Plants.. especially remunerative, and are authorized Lang Swartz & Co.. are te" itching, burning, and scaly, skin disfiguring, scalp,, dictionary for, a lot of new adjectlvM
agents of the
for: that reason we, are urging our far- shipped to markets in immense Sanders .Fertilizer -' ; and blood humors, with loss of hair, for future use. This writing up wed

mere to put their shoulders. to .the Punta Gorda. Brooksville Starke I tities.-C. H. Smith quan- Co.. of Jacksonville If you from infancy to age,when all,else fails. dings Is very exhaustive to one's vocabulary

_____ wheel and eiect one in Lake pity.- and St. Petersburg are 'making arrangements -' Board Trade Secretary.in Manufacturer's Jacksonville are needing fertilizers, or. anything in !I form CutfC"Ura of Cho the fertilizer line throughout tie wwllL Po ...
you 'will do well to ez Dnic & ClwD.
Index. to Sole Carp
ice Herald.
Lake City put up plants. Record. Prop Boiton. .
_ ". L4 I figure with them before buying. x I! n-I'Ior M lIIfawl.'ne,"lIow&lid Ale.to. TOI'tu IIc. We find, it easy.H' .

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SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, ROADS VS RIVERS. Engagement Announced.In For Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ley. At Grace Church Sunday Morning.:
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I the Muncie (Indiana) Morning I I Rev. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ley were I The services at Grace church SunJ -

LJ I FEIHNQS ABOUT TOWN Could anything be more ridiculous Why should the federal'gov- Star of last Saturday appeared the I I the guests of'honor Friday evening at J day morning conducted by the rector

ernment build roads in Florida or any other state. Why should not the a beautiful reception given for them '
following notice: | Rev. G. H. Harrison was particularly
of each their roads? Pensacola News. by the congregation of the First
build
people state own I I
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the affairs
of
surprise Muncie Methodist church at the pleasant par- { Interesting and of much pleasure to
Mr. Kenneth McPherson has gone t< I Is it ridiculous for the United States government to appropriate will in the I '
society come announce- sonage. I the congregation.
Lakeland to accept 'a position. ?20CCO for out the in the Ocklawaha river and making
cleaning snags I 1 _
The 'drawing
ment of the engagement and approaching room was prettily decorated Miss Esther Weathers presided at

this stream navigable for small boats. in a scheme of and f
The Ocala House Is making some marriage of Miss Mary I color pink the organ and the singing' was by Mrs.

Improvements on its front veranda. Yet this is what the United States government did and we, for Fireman I white, carnation! being the flowers f
the
charming young nieceof Geo. C. Pastuer, Miss Miriam Pastuer
used, with quantities of palms, ferns
one, are supremely glad of it. Mrs. T. A JCeely. who makes her and bamboo. Messrs. Geo. C. Pastuer, and W. L.
Mrs. J. J. Williams and children, of But, coming down to brass'tacks, what interest have the people of I I
llomosassa, were In Ocala Wednes s home with her aunt In the Colonial Receiving were: Rev. and Mrs. Ley, Jewett

day. Nevada or Maine or Idaho in the Ocklawaha river? Yet their money I and Mr. Earl Swain a well-known !" Irs. Susan partridge, Mrs. D. A. For his text Mr. Harrison used the

f f ____ helped to clean out these snags. The theory is that they are incidentally I tenor singer of this city. Cooke, Mrs. GrIffith and Mrs. Wilbur following words found In the fiftieth

benefitted in that the traffic and McCoy.In I j verse of the twelfth chapter of St.
Mr. Louis J. Brumby fias returned anything, anywhere. promotes The secret was let out yesterday at
I I r I the dining room the serving table j Mathew: "For Whosoever Shall do'
home after absence of
an several commerce of this country.A II gathering of the members of the
weeks In I I I a was unusually' pretty. Tha cen- the Will of My Father which is In '
Jacksonville Macadanized road from Silver to Ocala J'
Springs
good
_J'_ wagon Seven-Eleven club, at the homo of Mr. terpiece was of pink carnations and I I Heaven the same is my brother my

The Syrian merchant next door to would help traffic and commerce as much, or more than cleaning the I'' and Mrs. R. E. Walker. I.. ferns. Bamboo vine garlanded the table I j sister and my mother." .

the Montezuma Hotel, has moved his snags out of the Ocklawaha river. So, why, is an appropriation for one I Both are well known young people. I and was festooned from its sides i Mr. Harrison began his discourse by

goods to Exposition street. more ridiculous than the other Miss Wireman has been living with I to the chandelier, dainty pink carnations -I I mentioning the selfishness of man and r

i for Mrs. Neely for sometime and has won I being caught in the vine here how great the importance of being
What interest have the people of Florida in making navigable
R. S. Hall of Ocala an envious place in local society circles and there. Presiding were: Miss Sue I lifted out of self and one narrow rut .
passed
pleasant
a j I I small boats, or for big boats, either for that matter, of Snake river in
day in Tampa Tuesday at the Mr. Swain, who is prominently Patti Hartridge and Mrs. J. A. Cran- and of all doing the "will of the Father. i

lUllsboro.-Tampa Tribune. Wisconsin, or Serpent's creek in Arkansas Yet, appropriations of this identified wiht the Union Nationa I I ford, the first hour. and Mrs. NathanP. ." Then a few earnest and well

kind are made by congress every year and these "special privileges" to bank has resided in Muncie for a Bryan and Mrs. George A. Kirk chosen words he gave a resume of ,

The motor-boat races are now on rivers have been going on unquestioned for more than an hundred years.It number of years and occupies a placeof the second hour. the recent convocation at Orlando.

high well At the daintily appointed coffee table Bishop Groves, of Nebraska and '
'at
Palm Beach. They are largely attended is time to call a halt and make these privileges equal. As Brook- standing socially as as ;
and are very Interesting. in the commercial affairs of :Muncie.He Mrs. W. B. Leake and Mrs. Ray- Wyoming, was present and addressed
lyn is a bigger town than Ocala, the utterances of its newspaper editors
comes from a prominent family of mond Hendricks served, followed by the convocation telling of his workIn

Mrs. J. II. Hooker, of Bushnell, wasa will carry more weight than the utterances of the editor of this the county. Mrs. W. W. Lucas and Mrs. J. D. the far west, of which Mr. Harrii -

visitor to Ocala Friday, having papers So, vre rspreJuse 1 M?* an article covering this! Ground, from the The date for the wedding has not as Bellah. i i son spoke in most telling and feeling

some up to consult a physician. Brooklyn Uptown Weekly and ask its careful perusal by our Pensacola yet been announced. Fruit, lemonade was served by Mn I nii.nnSr.

---" Mr. Swain is a son of :Mr. and Mrs.E. Emma McFadden and Miss Hortense t Mr. Harrison also spoke very feel .
contemporary.For .
Mr. W. L. .Goodwyn. the popular H .Swain, formerly of Anthony, in Broward followed by Mrs. A. F. Smith ingly of the missionary work that has
the federal has been making large
representative of the Richmond Paper many years government this county. The Swains now live, and Miss. Willard. ; been done in Florida by Bishop Gray

Company, was a visitor to Ocalaon appropriations for river and harbor improvement. The theory upon in Muncie but in the winter make their'. A large, number of ladies and gen- who Is now beginning to feel the age

Wednesday which this has been permissible is that the improvement of transpor- home at Sarasota Florida.Mr. : tlemen attended and the occasion wasa : which is creeping upon him and know-

tation facilities is a matter of vital public concern, and that the people Swain has a host of friends at very enjoyable one for many reas ing that his work on earth is almost

Mr. A. J. McLaughlin. of FaIrfield, Anthony and all over the county, who ons. done and of the great pleasure he
will get enough good therefrom to more than warrant the expendi- I
manager of the Wade & McNair In- will be greatly interested in the announcement I Among others it welcomed the new felt in being able to place his mantle
in that section in Ocala tures. The of the soundness of this contention must carry I
terests acceptance
was
of his approaching mar- pastor and his wife to their new home, :' on the younger shoulders of his son

Wednesday with it the endorsement of government aid in the construction and im riage to one of Indiana's charming and gave the congregation the opportunity and of other young preachers, whom
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I. provement of wagon roads. These highways afford transportation belles. i of meeting them Informally. : he wants to carry on the work thatIs

Mr. G. A. Petteway, one of our.' affect and closest home I During the evening a delightful so dear to his heart.
facilities which, after all, most directly come I I
naval stores has I
prominent operators,
Death From Asphyxiation. i musical program was rendered. The Mr. Harrison said that he wished
returned home after a brief business to the greatest number of people. The produce which forms So large I.
I numbers included a vocal solo, by Mrs. every member of his congregationcould
Salt to the Bahama Islands. of the carried the railroads must first be hauled by
by
I a part freight Tuesday night in Jacobsville, one Lauriston Moore; a piano solo, by have been present at the Or- c .-

wagons from the farms. This is a large item in the aggregate, very of the annexes to Ocala, two colored Mrs. George A. Kirk; a pretty song, lando meeting. That they would have
Mrs IL E. Schoeflin and little daughter -
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much larger than is generally appreciated, because so widely distributed women and a little child went to sleepin by Mrs. W. S. Till; a piano duet by been inspired and strengthened by
Lee of are the
Leuvy Tampa
and because each individual haul taken by itself, is a small affair. a room with a charcoal burner I Misses Ley and Barnett; a piano and their commingling with the representatives \
guests of Mrs. P. V. Leavengood at lighted for the purpose of keeping the violin duet by Miss Marian Kahn and : of the other churches and missionary ,
her home on North Magnolia street. The General government is supposed to have an interest in the wel- I
rom warm. The oxygen in the room ': Master Gordon Kahn, and a piano societies of the state.

fare of all the people and a willingness to improve and promote it became exhausted and the unconscious solo by Miss Mary Louise Brotherton. : He said that he was called upon to

We are glad to note that Mrs. S. E. whenever and wherever possible. If this view obtains, the general government sleepers gradually became asphyxIated t The pleasant Informality prevailing :' preach a sermon and that If one pro-
Waterman is able to be out again after -
cannot withhold its aid to road improvement along the line from the fumes of the escaping j proved very enjoyable. Rev. Mr. and son who heard him was In any way
an illness of several weeks at the
bill before for certainly gas. :I Mrs. Ley have made a most agreeable helped, then indeed did he feel satis
home of her daughter, Mrs. W. V. of the Brpwnlow-Latimer now congress wagon
The' next morning the little child i impression and the reception Friday fled
Newsom. I road conditions affect more people than any and all other internal improvement I I
was found dead, the mother insensible I evening was enjoyed by all present.- Those who represented Grace church
The main in favor of river and harbor
argument
projects. and the other woman with barely Jacksonville Tlmes-UnloD. at the Orlando convocation were Rev.G. .
Major G. M. Hubbard, of this city, improvements is that they promote the general welfare, and that the strength enough to call for assistance 1 i IL Harrison Messrs. Pastuer and
has been appointed assistant Inspector !
improvements entail an expense too heavy ,to be borne by the people of near by neighbors. A doctor was Board of Commissioners for Indiani Dozier, Mrs. J. B. Cutler Mrs. C. L.
General on the staff of MajorGeneral -
Fleming, of the Florida Confed- I of the localities most directly interested, and hence would never be hastily summoned and the mother was! t i- War Claims. Bittinger and Miss Emily Ford.
i finally resuscitated, but all efforts to j The Governor, Hon. N. B. Iroward;
rate Veterans. I mad. if the government refused to foot the bills. The same arguments
resuscitate the child were unavailing.The State Treasurer, Hon. W. W. Knott; Silver Tea at Mrs. Dittmer'sx
,,-- with force to the improvement of the public highways. It i I
I apply equal child is a daughter of Tom and the Attorney-General lIon. W. H. \
Miss Llllle Frost has gone to New .
is equally certain that this great"work will remain' undone, as it has Thomas, one of Messrs. Mclver & I Ellis met in the Executive office at I ladies of the Grace Episcopal
York City to purchase the spring and ,
summer goods for the H. B. Masters through a century of our history ,if the whole burden of the expense MacKay's foremen, and a well known i j Tallahassee on this the 29th day of I church gave a silver tea Tuesday afternoon .

of this He is I January ,190, and organized "The at the hwnu"bf :Mrs. GeorgeF
The farmers carpenter city. a son r
classes of the states.
linn. She will be absent for several, I is left to be carried by the farming
of the late L. E. Thomas, who Irf" reconstruction ( Board of Commissioners to examine i .Dittmer on Fort King.avenue from
weeks. are the producers of the wealth of the country, preserving the balance .
days, was a judge In Alabama j into all claims in which it is set forth three to six o'clock.

I of trade in our favor year by year, Secretary Wilson has just given us and for several years was | that the state of Florida has received I The afternoon was au ideal one for
Miss Mildred Nurney, of Suffolk.
Virginia wno as the guest of her sis- r some astounding figures as the result of agriculture for the year 1905. prominent in the politics in Florida. < money from the United States In the I teas and receptions and a large number -

ter, Mrs. Jack Camp, has been a much ; The people who create this vast national wealth are certainly entitledto i settlement of the Indian War Claims I took advantage of the fine *eat tier -

The Married Ladies Card Club. which money the state never paid out.I and attended this pleasant tea and
the
admired visitor in Ocala the past the nation's consideration. The enormous cost of bad roads to I I
and which is now justly due to the I as a result the ladies of the t'lurch
month, will leave today for her home. farmers is not only destructive of the profits that should be saved to .: ,
Mrs. George F. Dittmer was the Claimants." I have a nice silver offering t their

Three hundred and seventy-two I them but is sickening to agricultural ambition and disheartening to pleasant -hostess of the Married La- i The Governor was. chosen Chair I credit.

marriage licenses were Issued from increased effort. Bad roads form the greatest menace to farm life, dies card club Wednesday afternoonat j I.! man. and the Attorney-General Secretary -I Assisting Mrs. Dittmer in -Jung

the judge's office in this county during -. and by their hurtful influence are driving young men from rural communities the attractive home on Fort King o fthe Board I was Mrs. D. S. Woodrpw and in the

avenue. The ladies who were Mrs. i i No claims having been filed with I hall Miss Meta Jewett was at thai
number
the past year. Of this to the cities. Nothing 'can be more harmful to the national
issuedto Dittmer's guests spent an unusually :| the Board it was not deemed necessary chocolate table and In the dining room
one hundred and twelve were I welfare. The farm horre is the bulwark of the republic. Everything I
enjoyable afternoon playing whist and to employ any clerical aid for Mrs F. T. Schreiber poured tea. The

white couples. I possible should be done to encourage the farmers of the land. Nothing after the games shrimp salad, tomato ithe i i present, and thereupon the Board tea chocolate and wafers was passedby

llr. Theopilus Williams of Cotton that this great government can do would be so profitable at this time jelly, coffee, nuts raisins and fruit i adjourned to meet i again the second I :Misses Annie Atkinson and Edna

Plant, farmer and cattle raiser accompanied as to extend its aid to highway improvement and nothing that the was served. I I day of April, 1906. Nelson. .
I
by his son, was doing business people can do for themselves is more important than\ to demand of

In Ocala Wednesday and did not congress. the enactment into law of what is known as the Brownlow- -

forget to leave his autograph at our .
Latimer Good Roads bill. This paper urges the measure as one most -- -- ---- --
office.
,..- I essential to the national well-being, and we hope our readers will instantly .

Miss Nellie Anderson, one of Ocala's take the matter up by personal letters and petitions to out; Ladies' Flannel Waists.

most popular and attractive young senators and representatives in congress. Hon W. P. Brownlow will be

women; is In the city the guest of he
pleased to send a" copy of the bill to any one who writes for it.
sister, Mrs. J. H. Strunk at the corner !

street and Avenue G. i
of Twelfth iI
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She Miami will Metropolis.make her stay Indefinite. Fingers Mashed. I The Very Latest in Millinery. i Assorted Colors, Regular $2 and $2,50 : .


Wednesday morning Mr. R. A. Wit- Miss Minnie Bostlck, the Ocala i
Mr. and Mrs.: E. C. Bennett wh'came ,.. o. '
ter, the engineer on the morning train House Milliner, has just received the I
b
up to attend the party given >

Mrs. Dennett's'parents, Mr. and Mrs. from Ocala to Homasassa and distressing, happened accident prettiest line of millinery for the i At this Sale: ; i iI

W. II. Clark for Mr. and Mrs. Howard I to a very painful spring trade that has ever been openedin .
i and as a result of It will be off I
Clark returned to their home at Dun- this city. Among the latest styles ',. ,
nellon Friday afternoon. They were I his run for some days. '
below Rock Springs the included this shipment are suchas <
accompanied by their pretty little When just ,
daughter, Elizabeth.The train was stopped to take on wood. Pyroxlm, Manila and Java braid :I Only 1.39 I.

Mr. Witter had his hand resting in the hats; tailored Yedde and soft 'Italian -

famous Buster Brown Blue window of his cab and in some waya chips. The ladies are invited to call .. ,.:

Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls lit stick of the wood rebounded, hit and inspect this line for there has ,' ; -<,.

the Fair Store. x ting him on tie hand and badly certainly nothing more nobby ever i I ; .,. .-.

I crushing several of, his fingers. At been shown In this section, and all I j" '" .

Mrs. E .H. Mote left Tuesday, accompanied I I Juliette Mr. Witter's fingers were who are conversant with the latest .. For 10 Days Only '

by her cousin Mr. JohnM. I temporarily dressed and he was later styles will readily recognize that they .

Atherton. of Louisville, Ky.. for : brought to Ocala, where medical aid are here. l' f I

Nassau Miami, Palm Beach and other : was given him. Mr. WiUer's friends > I
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east coast resorts and will probablybe i will regret very much to learn of ItchRingworm.E. I I
i and Make Your Selection i it
i. Come
gone a month or six weeks.-Jack- the accident that has befallen him. T. Lucas, Wingo, Ky., writes Early J

sonville Metropolis. --- April 25, 1902: "For 10 to 18 years I
Mrs. C. A. Liddon and little daughter had been afflicted with a malady
known as the- Itch' the itching was
To the delight of all who know the Frances, returned to their homeat most unbearable; I had tried for yearsto

genlcl Capt. A. O. MacDonell.assis-:: Ocala Sunday, after several days I find relief, having tried all remediesI
\ could hear of, besides' number of
of the spent pleasantly with :Mrs. Liddon'sdaughter
tant general agent
passenger doctors. I wish to state that one sin-
Seaboard Air''Line, who has been con- Mrs. Dr. J. M. Dell, of this I gle application of Ballard's Snow Liniment THE BOSTON STORE

L fined to his room for over two weeks, city. While here Mrs., Liddon made : cured me completely and perma-
nently. Since then I have used the
is so far recovered as to enable him many friends who were reluctant In : liniment on two separate occasolns
4
to be out again.-Jacksonville Metro- bidding her goodbye, but hope for her for ring worm and it cured completely. I ..
25c. SOc. and $1.00. Sold by all drug* I
,.1Is. return soon.-Gainesville Sun s gists. ra 1J'a.

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Ladle 25 cent 1H.+Embroidered r Will be given the Grandest ,Bargain Sale ever recorded in the annals of DryMilan 25 Neck cent Tie 4-in-

,, 1 a cents 1 16; centsMen'
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. Ladies 10 cent Kra- t J 25 cent Fancy
Sox
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i Direct. from the Mill and Factory .Syndicate in Men's 15 cents Fancy

brulJertoJ Ladle 25 Turnover cent Km- addition to our Magnificent Stock which will be Marked at Correspondingly Sox
10 cents
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Low Prices. .
10 cents

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1 Men's 10 cent Whitedies'
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v MR. SHEPHERD WATSON, the :Man from the Mills, will have charge ofthis Hemstitched Hand*
kerchiefs
> 75 sent Corsets Y } .
:3 style ,/ store during this sale, which IS a guarantee to the people of this'vicinity that 7 cents
43: cents
1 Q they will get goods at prices they never expected to see offered in this city.
L:: Men's 10 cents Col
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Ladies' cent Girdle.
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t Supplying as they do, stores the 5 centsMen's
24 cents I _I many throughout country--they use quantities

't1 and obtain Lower Prices than store do a abiennen'a 1
( TfI fTO I THE I/LLSdJ any can buying independently. 5' '
cants White
Talcum Powder Borated ? Of 5 15 Our close connection with this the buying power puts us in close touch with all Handkerchiefs t

r- Yr; t 13 cents ._ STORE. v the good things offered by the factories We have received for this saleBig 3 cents ';

Mr. Watson has the entire management of this store while i iI

--a, 30x60 98 Smyrna Rugs in conducting conductmgBargain this sale. Mr.Sales.Watson His name is a man as manager of broad of experience this Sale Shipnjeijt of f Special Values.I Men shirts* Drew
cents
j is a guarantee..of great bargain. giving. 29 cents a

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_;- 30x60 Smith's Moa Mill and Factory Purchase of Underwear and Sweaters. "
quette Rugs' Men's Water ProofUmbrellas
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Drawers .worth. 35c.,. sale 21cMen's Pants worth 35c., sale 21c Sweaters, worth $2.50" Sl frA rA Vl Men's Extra Heavy Grey Sox, 9 cents
price price sale pnce vi/ilfci i worth_ 10c., safe price 7 C'
Men's Fleece Lined Shirts or 'r\ Ladies' Heavy Ribbed Union Men's All Wool Athletic **A A
Oil Cloth per Drawers worth 50c., sale' i7f* Suits, worth 50c., sale 74 Sweaters, worth $3.00, XI >rt Men's Fancy Embroidered Black
yard price v V price sale price JUTO Sox worth 25cM sale price J3c7c J Men's '1.50 Fancy
1C Men's Heavy Ribbed Shirts or Men's Cotton Honey Comb Ladies' All Wool Sweaters Vesta
'i centsLadles Drawers worth SOc., sale 42c Sweaters, worth 65c., sale 39 Assorted Colors, worth $1.43 Ladies' Black. Ribbed Hese, 39 cents
price price $ .50, sale pnce. worth toc sale price .
Men's All Wool Shirts or Men's Mixed Honey Comb Ladies'Assorted
ers worth $1.25, Draw75 Sweaters, worth 1.50, sale 86c Colors Ladies' Fancy Embroidered
$1.25Faaey C .$ ,Sweaters Half Wool, $1.23! Black Hose,
Handle Umbrellas price price worth $2.00, sale price worth_ 25c. sale J3cI9c
Boy's Lined Shirts : Men's Boston HoaSupporters e
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price s\* .$2.00aa.1e. 10c., sale price /Q Black Ribbed Hose,
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a Mill and Factory Sale Ticket on Every Article in This Store During Sale. This Means .That inlAddition! to the Large Amount

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I No Competition Equal the Matchless Bargains Offered During This 'Sale.I .



I Matchless Mill and Factory Sale Prices. I Store Closed Thursday, February 1. I Money Saving Millland Factory Prices 4


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worth 12 cents, Syndicate 8 worth 8 cents. Syndicate 41 nel, worth 6 cents, Syndicate Li, kins, worth 98
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worth 10 cents, Syndicate 11,9S6 worth cents, Syndi- 6 (, + pr 1 ask, 54 inches wide, worth 35 ] J Napkins, worth ,
Price .. '. ... .. .......-O! Price .......... .... ... .. c I l s / J)): J) cents, Syndicate Price..... a Syndicate Price...$...OO. .. $114 _

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Lengths, worth 7 cents, Syn- 5 Flannel, worth 6 cents, Syndi- 4 ,r+4 Damask, 58 inches wide 24 Borders
dlcatePrice. ... ... .... ..... cate Price ... ..... ...... ._0' I FACTORY : 1 worth 40c., Syndicate Price Duck 15 cents, Assorted, Syndicate Price.worth..., 8

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1,568 yardi Figured' Madras 1,878 yards Dark Color Outing 2 Pieces Bleached Linen Table 267 Towels, Pure Linen Buck,
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Short Lengths, yard / : worth 15 cents, III
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worth 10 ;Syndicate Price Price .........?, .,.....:.. 8flflflflfl 1 worth 75c..", Syndicate Price .Price .....................,.. *V

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yard wide, worth 10 cents ? and FlanneUette, worth 15 8 Q B 0 .8 Damask 70 inches wide, 6a Cotton, Fancy and |ll.as'
Syndicate Price............ 2 cents, Syndicate Price,... 8 B 8 jy worth $1.00,Syndicate Price Plain, worth, 50 S.P. *

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2,312 yards Heavy Checked 27 Dozen Full .Bleached 597 Towels Bleached Bath, ft 11A .
,467 yards Dress Ginghams, ll
9 Homespun worth. 9cents, Syndicate 6 f=q}"' kins, worth 75 cents, Nap4 8 .assorted sizes, worth 15 M |M
worth 12 cents,Syndicate Price$ Price ..... ..,.......... ,- cafe Price ..................' to 40 c., Syndicate Price O1*'


B52 yards Heavy Unbleached 1,872 yards Light.Color Heavy 33 Dozen Full Bleached 986 yards Toweling, all]
worth 15 cents i kins, worth $1.00, '' Nap79 kinds, worth 10 to 20c.,, .5tl0
Drill Price,worth. 12: cents. .j ., Syndicate.. 9 cate Madras Price ..... ,. ,.......SyndiJ.... .: Price.:...,.,..:...,.:;. ,... Syndicate Price. ..,., :,
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96 Men1 Odd Goats, made in the latest styles, worth f2.50. and $3.00, Synd. price T *. *ouYouth's .in this line you will find values 75 to$2.9U -- --- Women and Chidren
; from $1.00 to $4.00, Synd. Price '
Men's worth
987 Negligee Shirts $1.00 Syndirg
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$1.00 Values, Mill & Factory Price, -$ .69
made in latest worth 1500 Pairs Boy's Knee Pa.nts, worth 689 Men's Union-Made Overalls, worth $1.00 t
.:a Odd Goats styles IOta 63 u u .
Q:. and '$!.50 Syndicate N from 2.5c.: tojSl.OO, Syndicate Price Syndicate Price. . ....... ,..... ... .. .. 69c I.5'0" .98
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.r. 286 B oy'8 Suits, worth from $1.50 98 to $-l. .98' Night Shirts, worth 60c., '.' .. '.'
to $3.00. Syndicate Price.... ... v Syndicate Price .. . .. . ..., ... . 43 C 2.50" ". ,: 1.59. ,

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Men's Overcoata.'all large sizes, worth 497 Pairs Men's Elastic Seam Drawers, worth .
| $5.00,to $10.00, Syndicate Price... O,". $3i2 Ladies' Jackets and Capea at Mill and Factory Prices. 50 cents Syndicate Price.. . . . .... 42c 3.50'I fa 2.78


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\\\ r tfl \ y iif 7JJ'{ :. : I _:. ttfimJl' J1 _<'fdJ 50 cent Skirts for 39 cents .
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,:, 25 cents Corset Covers 10 cents

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: We have sent this Store Thous127 Fringed< 'and Plain Crochet Bed 96 Pairs Nottingham Lace .Curtains : Table Oil Cloth, worth 25 cencs per /i Laces and Embroidery, the line' In which .;
Spreads, worth fl.OO, Syndi 69 worth $1.50 Syndicate 9 8 yard,. Syndicate Price \\j we are kings: ''
Ids of Dollars worth of Goods cate Price Price 10000 yards Torchon Lace, worth lOc. 00 200rect
from the Mill, especially in 96 Fringed and Plain Crochet Bed ISO Pairs Nottingham Syndicate price; per '
10000 valencinnes Lace, worth
'I"V Goods, Laces and Embrol'denes.Spreads Pj-ice worth- $1.50-. Syndicate. 9 8 cate Curtains Price, worth.$2.00 Syndi$119 Leatherette$1.50, Syndicate Suit Price Cases, worth- 9 8 20c.yards Syndicate price? ....; .... .5c.- lets to ,
5000 yards Cambric Embroidery Edging M
,.. n i these Goods we can save you at '49'Fringed Bed Spreads, 71 Pairs Nottingham Lace and Insertions worth lOc. Syn. Pr. Seta ;:
:; st 50 per cent as we are 'conheavy, worth $."..50 .verY'l a 4 8 Curtains worth $'1:00 Syndicate $1-98 10000 yards Cambric Embroidery Edging s.
cate Price Canvas Covered Trunks, and Insertions worth 20c. Pr. 8rt
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".' itly unloading factories. Re- 186 Pairs Nottingham Lace Curtains 186 Bleached Sheets, for double worth $3.00, Syndicate $.2. I 9 3500 yards Assorted Cambric,Nainsook and
itmbcr the VARIETY STORE worth 75 cents Syndicate Sa beds, worth 60 cents, Syndicate 42 Price Swiss Embroidery Edging and Insertion ..
Price. ,. Price worth lOc. to fl.50 per yard
-i everything, it's impossible for. Syndicate price ......- ....,..5c- ta I9eti
to-f them as it would .87. Pairs, worth Nottingham$1.25, Lace Syndicate Curtains 79 296 Bleached Pillow Cases, large size f\ Zinc$2.00 Covered, Syndicate Trunks Price worth ,*tfe P I,I 4 Come to see this line. The best OcaU .-
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T THE TACKY BALL The Warren Medal Contest. The Young Man Working forWages.. t SAVING IN TURPENTINE .-

: TKC BALL OF THE SEASON. INDUSTRY.

: \ Rev I.. B. Warren formerly pastorof When the writer w s young man .

: A Large Niftnbar Attend The Cos- Further Effected in Exper- KING OF ALL LINIMENTS
the First Baptist church In this he worked for others., It was hard Economy

: tumaa ments Made by the Forest Service
Ea'v'ta
Merriment-The, city, gave a,gold medal valued at $25 work, strenuous endeavor part of the CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN >

Cold CiVe Zest to the to be "''given 'for the best declamation time and steady. plodding drudgerythe Which Introduced; thCup and IUALCIA..pRAIa1.CUTS. IZWSU.RUSU,SCU.1 :...

r. Dancing.T : I among the members of the Warren rest of the time. As he looks back 'Gutter System. C U RES OLD ITI"$0151,101.TI caaCK,"Iura CO.TlAOTID I. 'AC"splalelD'ACUCH&MUSCU'wasL&,'h.nD ussee PIaICAUKILS. ,, I

Sunbeam Society.: at it now he sees that it was all good I I nIT;........................: .CORI.. ... ..,............ .r au .. ...3f1'S .

regular weeky dance was given for him all necessary training. And Washington, D. C. Jan. 2ff, 1906.-
I The declamations came off Friday 'I
kf the young gentlemen at the Ar- he can stick a pin and say: "HereIs The recent experiments of the Forest
night at the First Baptist church and
...ory Friday night and as usual the where I began to rise in life." {
I the building was comfortably crowded Service designed to conserve the life
ysa&' people had a very delightful Where think you was that point? It
notwithstanding the bad weather to of turpentine trees, gives promise of
HBf>> The colored orchestra furnished was the time when he awoke and got h aH
hear the debate of the little folks. remarkable success. It is believed .
tbe music the floor was good ana up before his foreman .Somehow after *
: About ten entered the contest and all that the improvements tested in !ese
... extremely cold weather enhanced that time things went easier, ana :
acquitted themselves most handsomely .experiments wit, in addition to pro-
: ta. pleasure of the dancing. yet he worked the harder. But when
and each declaimer had very tout i longing the life of the trees greatly '
Aa a slight diversion to the usual i iI there came within him a compellingforce -'I
I champions, sand, all but the favorites increase their total yield of turpen-
\ teacea this affair was a "tacky ,ball" that caused him. to set himself
of the one who won, believed the -
; ad some of the costumes were quite to doing things, then life was pleas- tine.When '
judges made a mistake in their award. the cup ind gutter system >f
I tadkroua and fun provoking and much anter and brighter and from that day
Eva Lee Edwards the beautiful turpentining was ineroduced by thy
erriment was caused by the tackl- his fortune was made.
golden haired, six years old daughter Forest Service some three years ago,
MM of some of the belles and beaux Fortune comes, morever from with 1
of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Ed the economy which it secured led to
t/etent in. It is not a thing that can be
wards is the little lady who bore off its adoption on a large scale by
: S The assemblage! was a very motley grafted on. It comes from desire to
the honors, and she did herself great southern turpentine producers. What
ad interesting looking one and those do things from habit of doing them READ THIS REMARKABLE CURB
credit; lends this system its great value
participating In the dance were the and doing them well. It comes from
The contest was an interesting one is the fact that it does away with much afflicted with rheomathn writes
Bowing: Messrs. Harvey Clark. instinct that leads a man to desireto "X was ,
but neither it nor anything else is the old practice of "boxing" which Ed.C.Nad,lowaville,$edgwickCo.EanS&'f0113Xabout
Harry Palmer Alfred Beck, Osco and do r.lways his best work to choose
needed to perpetuate Mr. Warren's consists in cutting a deep cavity or on crutches and suffering a great deal of pain.
Gay Zewadskl Stephen Jewett, John service that brings"out his best ef- I was induced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment which
name in Ocala. box at the base of the tree for the
.Ulvan. Bobs Mathews, J. H. Dell forts. No man need despair of achievIng Cured me, after using three SOc bottles. IT IS TUB

J ao Pelot, John Taylor, W. D. Tay- the best of life if only he can blow purpose; o; catching and holding the GREATEST LINIMENT I EVER USED;have recommended

Croup. resin which flows from the chipped it to a Bunber of persons, til erpreia
) James Morris into living flame the that ,
.r. Taylor, Smith 0. a spark
"face of the tree trunk above. In themselves as being benefited by) it. I now walk
: B. Ilowae Howard and Harry Walters Begins with the symptoms of a common dwells always within him. the sparkof without cratches and am able to pcrfona a great
\ cold; there is a chilliness.sneez place of the "box" an earthenware cur
Hampton Chambers, J. H. Workman ing sore throat hot skin quick pulse desire, of ambition, and that flame of the"same capacity is fastened to deal of light labor on the farm."

Fail Robinson, Misses Mattie and hoarseness and impeded -respiration.,, once kindled if fed with patience, will THREE SIZES: 25c SOc AND $1.00
Give frequent small doses of Ballard's the tree. To this the flowing resin is ,
Carrie Williams Sue Barco, Mary show the way little by little past all #
Horehound Syrup, (the child will cry directed by the mans of metal gutters. BALLARD SNOW LINIMEMTCO.
: Aftderaon. Valeta Potter, Sara Barre for it) and the first sign of a croupy the hard turnings.All .
The disuse of the "box" effected a two ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.
cough apply frequently Ballard'sSnow
Bessie Porter, Edna Dozier Eloise things have their use. The
Liniment to the throat. fold gain-first, a saving of the deep
;T Miller Louise Harris, Annie Mathews, Mrs. A. Vilet New Castle Colo., young man working for wages needs
fatal wound in the base of the tree
Beatrice Sinclair, Florle Condon, Mil- writes, March 19. 1902: "I think Bal- the toil the drudgery. Without It he
lard's Horehound Syrup a wonderful and consequently a conversation of
I bed Nurney. Leta Camp, Sue Ander- remedy and so pleasant to take. Sold can never know aright how to direct SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
its vitality; and second much less
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waste in the gathering of the ALL DRUGGISTS.
Alta Pearson and Marguerite Potter. I things. He needy the sympathy that pro-
Cemetery Association Meets. I duct, with a greater yield of turpen- -
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A large number of spectators were this toil will give to him, the sym
tine and better grades of resin.
present to enjoy watching the merry pathy with those under him
The ladies Greenwood Whilethis decided Improvement
dancers and viewing the amazing cos- Cemetery association pathy with the toiling, grimy Sym.1
S held a special meeting Friday spared the tree very considerably thE
tumes.
that must always be. He
afternoon at the residence of method of chipping "faces" .to stimulate
skill that comes from often doing a
Mrs. Edward Badger Ocklawaha resin flows remain unchanged.
on '
Miss Entertains the
Leafy Sylvester
thing. Some day he can look back
avenue. The most Important business This in itself necessitates a deep
Chafing Dish Club. on that toil and know that It was
of this meeting was the annual elec- : wound which it is believed exhhauststhe
needful and good. The young man
Friday afternoon Miss Leafy Syl- tion of officers. Pl3.ns.were, discus- vitality of the tree more than is -4i' <* T'W3"* S. Ji-.; *
I working for wages should be well assured < .- >+f/if'

1.ter entertained the members of the sed and arrangements were made foi that his employer is watchingto necessary. Exhaustion is eviden'

V ladies chafing dish club and carrying on and perfecting the work from thhe fact that after the first
joung see what he is doing. He may giveno .
Mveral other of.her. friends in compliment of the association for the coming sign. but every time that young year the yield quickly falls off and the

to Miss Mildred Nurney, of Suffolk total productive period is also limit
year.Mrs. man does a task well or one that he
Richard McConathy elect- ed. A further in One and Two-horse Presses
Virginia, who is the attractive was has set himself to unasked he la step advance to Hay

-. (nest of her sister, Mrs. Jack Camp. ed president of the association; Mrs. marked up a notch In that employer's supplement the gains already secured

R. A. Burford .first vice president by the cup and gutter system was
Hiss Emily Ford assisted the young ; estimation. And some day it will all Tedders

hostess during the afternoon and the Mrs. Frank Harris second vicepresident therefore suoght in the new plan. Thk .

young ladles present spent the hours ; Mrs. C., C. Todd recording secretary tell.One might say with truth that the aimed t oreduce the size and numbeof '

_oat pleasantly. An original guess- ; Mrs. J.. E. Chace corresponding young man who works for wages has I "faces" chipped and also the depthof Mowers Rakes

secretary; Miss Nellie C. Stevens the chipping, without ,
lag contest the answers to 'which his fortune made the first time he diminishingthe :

were the names of the various countries treasurer. flow of resin. '
seeks out and sets himself unasked t"

: was the form of the amusement perform a needed task since then In experiments carried out duringthe 1 Knife Grinders, I'

for the afternoon. Miss Hatchell wasthe Chamberlain's Mother's Cough Favorite.Remedy the there is started to develop within him past season the first object was to

successful contestant and won an show that at least an equal flow o
that priceless gift to originate to A Complete Stock of Repairs
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exquisitely pretty chafing dish apron, The soothing and healing proper- execute. Given these the young man resin can be secured from shallowej 1

*. which she very gracefully presented to and ties prompt of this and remedy permanent its pleasant cures taste have is no longer a drudge; he is ready to and shorter "faces." The success o' Both Deering and McCormick.

the honor guest. made it a favorite with people every- stand with the captains. Fortune the experiments has tentatively 4s- rt-.

In the dining room the guests wereseated mothers where. It of Is small especially'children.prized for colds by comes over from within.-Breeder's tablishehd the practlbility of this plan.A S ih

at the prettily appointed table croup and whooping cough, as it always Gazette. great saving naturally results for

and Miss Ford and Miss Sylvester affords quick relief and as it by reducing the depth and the superficial -

toured the chocolate, with which wa drug.contains it may no opium be given or other as confidently harmful j A Remedy for White Fly. extent of the wound, the drair MARION HPDW0RE COr"PANY0'

served dainty sandwiches and mints. to a baby as to an adult. For sale by on the vitality or the tree is reduced.

Miss Sylvester's. guests were Miss! all druggists. I F. D. Waite, of Palmetto. Fla., writing and at least an equal yield is secured

Mildred of Suffolk without discounting the product of
Nurney ( Virginia
The First Kiss. to the Florida Agriculturist says: I
Miss Myrtle Lachman. of Chattanooga, former years. Under the old system
Where the pretty girl who edits the Two years ago I mentioned in my
Tenn. Misses Emily Ford Allie Van Louisville the annual yield gradually falls off

,Juhan. Alice Carlisle Edna Dozier, known when Lyre she got the idea is not report before the Horticultural Society largely in consequence of the forma-
said "the
greatest
Grace Hatchell, Eloise Miller Louise that we found a tree in one of toin of "dry-face" which is a kind of

surprise to the girl who gets kissed
our orange groves which had been local death effecting the wood
Harris Mattie and Carrie Williams, for of the
the first time is that there is
no cleaned of the sooty mold by snails. tree.
Bessie Porter and Mrs. Bernard Selig- ,
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Man of Columbus,Ga. I This year they have spread to about It is highly probable that v.li'.i: this
However, an old bachelor in the
L Much pleasure was added to the afternoon 100 trees and are in other grove3 in diminution In the severity of t'-.e oper-
western part of the state
roars back:
by the singing o! Miss Nur- "No taste our vicinity. In company with Professor ation the ordinary! term of th"e 01
to it? By the great hen
aey and the piano solos by Mrs. Selig- feather in Cupid's dart, the girl must E. II. Sellard we made an examination four years during which a forest is

of the snails and the!' now worked can be
man. be color blind in the greatly illnetsed.
S palate. They
work. We found them on the tree this. means only a ;
larger total 4
tell us. those who have tried it we
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Startlir.> But True. trunks on dead and live twigs, leaves return and consequently larger k
profits -
haven't-that it tastes like double distilled :
: and fruit. The tree often being cleaned but also that the investment
People the world over were horrified essence of honey spread on per-
of the burning of Chicago has a bright clean trunk and iod for turpentining capital is length- c
n learning a pumpkin pie. Away back in the dim
theater in which nearly six hundred glosy foliage as if varnished. The ened, a fact which especially
appealsto
peoples lost their lives yet more and joyful years of long ago, before
snails i this
work seemed to be after the Investor.
than five times this number or over we lost our teeth and our cinch on ,
.. 1.000 people died from pneumonia in their sooty mold and leaves a deal The experiments are being conducted -

Chicago during the same year. with the beauty prize, the prettiest girl in of the brown and red fungi, which I in co-operation with the k;:
.- scarcely a passing notice. Every one all the world told us that it felt likea Hillman-
.f these cases of pneumonia resulted preys upon the white fly. Sutherland Land Company which
covey of frightened quail flying out !
from a cold and could have been prevented They seemed to have eaten of Jast year placed four
of
by the timely use of Chamber- of each ear and ended up with a sensation I crops trees

lain's Cough Remedy. A great many similar to that which might be what ever coating or sooty mold had of about 8,000 trees each at

who had every reason to fear pneu- accumulated. over these tuni. Some the disposal of the season of 1906 has
nonia have warded it off by the j produced by a flock of angels pouring think
they are destroying the scale consented to
prompt use of this remedy. The following a golden stream of molasses downone's supply still more tim- :
: is an intsance of this sort: j and white fly eggs. We do not find ber to further the study. I
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"Too much cannot be said in favoref I
any live fly pupae on the lower part of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and Scott; It would make a wooden In- FOUR ,
; specially for colds and influenza. I dian's hair surl. the tree which we examined, but we The Yellow Fever Germ I

know that it cured my daughter decided this was owing to the great has recently been discovered. It bearsa
Laura of a severe cold and I be- The question is ,if the Lyre speaks close resemblance to the malaria fever -
leve saved her life when she was from experience, what kind of quantity of brown and red fungi present garm. To free the system from disease i
a -
,. threatened with pneumonia. W. D. galoot This season has been an idea' germs, the most effective remedy
Wilcox. New York. old by all drug- was it who gave her that coun. Is Dr. King's New Life Pills Guaran-
for
: rials. m terfeit kiss.-Modern Pilgrim.A one spreading of these fungi being teed to cure all diseases due to ma- i
S --- wet from the first of July to the larial poison and constipation. 25 cts.
at Tydings &
.': Will Plant Watermelons and 'CantaI first of October. Co.'s drug store. m b

__.-'....".. .' I loupes. Healing Gospel. As the snails prey upon the vegetable Time Flies.. Calling at r'a':
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I The Rev. J.V. srEA
Warren pastor of life and seems ta take particular

.fl Mr. C. H. Mathisi of Blackville S. Ga the. says Sharon of Electric Baptist Bitters church;, "It Belair.. is a fancy to the sooty mold we shall The Fort Pierce-News says in its THE CLYDE NEW ,

'.., G.. who has been planting water- Godsend lame back to, manknid.stiff joints It and cured somplete me of distribute them through our groves, last issue, that Captain and Mrs.

-. iielons and cantaloupes in Florida, physical collapse. I was so weak it for if we can, by their ai.delcna mfwy Tucker. of that town celebrated their i

South Carolina and Colorado for sev- took half an hour to walk a mile. for It we can by their aid clean our 44th wedding anniversary Jacksonville,
Two bottles of Electric Bitters I Tuesday of
have
stat past will continue to plant made me so strong I have just walked fruit and trees during the summer last week at their beautiful home x and

; at this' county. three miles in 50 minutes and feel and early fall it will save the expense i where friends dropped in to wish SEMI U' 1

He will put in four hundred. an like walking three"more. Its made a of spraying early in the season am I them the compliments of Scthb'I1n3....................... ....,.
new of the
S arty acres in watermelons"* and three for weakness man and me.all stomach Greatest and remedy liv- washing the fruits when gathered. j This Capt. Tucker is the same season.Billy Uortlibotind ............................. i

.aundred and, fifty acres in canta-. er Tydings complaints.& Co.'s Sold drug under store.guaranteeat Price Fruit cleaned by these snails. will :I I Tucker who was a schoolmate of our Clyde bt. ;
i
color /
loupes. 6da.s earlier and make tw
50 cents. m I j editor when ,Lake City was Alligator Between
: Last season Mr. LlathU planted near -- sizes large fruit i' and McMillan
was the teacher. Stsjpfcgat Pala&a Astor
, aIa. This season h Is )Derating at :Mrs. W. IL Bevenger, sister of Mr. Now the question is, if the. snails I That doesn't L,
seem so :
very long
Irvine: in the northwestern portion of Shuey, and her daughter, Miss Bessie can be propogated in all the white fly and here Billy Tucker has been 'mar ago Steamers City of

the county k Bevenger and granddaughter, Lu- districts or only near the coast on low ried 44
years. Well. well And are appointed to Sail u follows:
cUe, who have been visiting Mr. and land. Billy I Ketnnting.leave !
has got rich and has |j jSouthBound
, a beautiful home J i.
- F- ., Luckiest Man in Arkansas. Mrs. George E. Shuey .returned to -
and Is
their home at Dayton, 0.. Monday. The Subject of Encomiums. spoken of as a probable candI-
I
"I am the luckiest man In Arkansas date for governor-and we don'tknow Read Dawn
-- '- ," writes H. R. Stanley of Bruno. They were accompanied to St. Angus what alL

_- '"since the restoration of my. wife's tine by Mrs. Shuey. :Mrs. Beatrice Marean's latest novel ---- .

health after five years of continuous which is May Capt. Tucker and his good Lean.. 3 30 p. m. _-.r.--_ .
-: toughing and bleeding from the lungs; now being printed In the wife live to celebrate 5' 8 45 P. m. : :
Mrs. W. S. Bullock many more happy 3 oo a. m. ._.
and I owe. my good' fortune to the accompanied Sunday and weekly editions of the I' -----
world's greatest medicine Dr. wedding anniversaries. 4 30 a. m. ___ .. __,,,, ,
King's Judge Bullock to Key West Sunday Ocala Banner, Is receiving Jasper :
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: some '
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A New Discovery for .Cunsumption, very News.
Arrive 8 ..
and after the 30 m. ,
which I know from experience will session. of the. circuit splendid encomluns. It is .& r
a most Interesting 1000. m.<-______ .__
-.- cure consumption taken In time.. My court Judge and Mrs. Bullock will story and the OENEnAL 1
j wife improved with first bottle and readers of this The Best Physic. rASSEaass AH :
visit Cuba and
will return Lome
: by don't
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want to
.. twelve bottles completed the cure. miss the opportunity F. M. iNMONGBR Ja. Ass't
:. Cures the worst, coughs and colds way of the East Coast stopping at ; of reading It. New subscribers I When you want a physic that is W.G.COOPER.JL. Prei&'bt AJteDL :

-: ... eer money refunded., At !Tydlngs & various points on the Am&rican Rev- I mild and gentle, easy to take and certain Pootot Hop
can obtain -
\ Oo.'a, druggists 50c., and ItM.. Trial tria. back numbers of the to act, always use Chamberlain's AC. HAGBRTY.Gcn'l East.1I Pass.

.. .ottle .free paper containing the first chapters. ; by Stomach all druggists.and Liver' Tablets. For sale General THEO Xamacer.a EGER ,

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IN SELF 'DEFENSE I '| As the sweet potato-pVys an' important -' A Little Poetry'-That Comes to Every WHISKIES, WiNES. BEER AND MALT.

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4 a ,_. part' in our pantry In Florida ftan's Life But the Awakening, i. > .*" r < t" If'EXPiESS _
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Rural the following ten S. E. : is all Prose. .
! % A Story X 3 r recipes. by .* .
PUP.uD.
Bulk goo-jugs' rrce-Not irepsld. .
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Wilcox in
: Country Gentleman. may Fill 3oIea.nre. ... 6 Gia Co... Good c.-
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' and QL : Qta QtL U QtL 11.1\0 per lal10ft "ye. -
When I jnerstripling
; BY MRS. BEATRICE MAREAN. add was a Hantingtub R.e .._. i .I' lis $4 00 $7 00 $ioo per ;aUuu.Nc1sn .
variety to methods of
L == our pre county&yt........-...... 2 o -4 25 7 SO CorD. Pine n..ur.$3o pefg1ir -
went to school in the grammar room, OJe Gia Itam
r .. O *Hurst" "C Iooogram Rye ...... 5 .10 4 60 8 00 1oo -
,,..MIN" &m W "Won at Lut Etc. :jWWTTKX paring same.BiscuitMash. '
*.itb..t it. made Hlnne'S "<<" R;=:-.. 3 7) S 00 9 SO Rye Gill.Cora. slum Belt for Ut aoeq. .
I loved Intersely
-- -- thoroughly four me a girl so my Social Drops.-"..._ w. 4 So 6 o I2 00 $300 PT gal. .p"
: --- headache! While I should have been Malt Whiskey__.:'-... 3 7S $ oo 950 "<<"ItJc.}>eaclultd apple brfld3' Melliwi -
ESPECIALLY FOB THE OCALA DAILY B&s dium-sized cold boiled potatoes aftei, ,peach Brandy___ 3 75 00 IJ !'4 by age. 14.00 per pi"Apnl .
removing the'skin.. Stir in four .tablespoonfuls studying my geography lesson and Hollaud Glu.idy._.._____'3 2 '80 500 4 lS 7 9SO lS actona B ye. Sdl Drops Rye'MedI1.--..-

U U U uIAu iUUUUUWlUUU1U1U lU1U"nU1UU of flour, butter the" size of learning what bounded Cuba on the __" .'_....... 500 !'SO LE\lPST LOUISBREL Per". _
,21 NorthCaroliuaCorD......., 16s 400 :' 00 Falstaff ...... .__ ......,Ja ..
a small egg and milk to make the high side I was overworked trying to Mountain Corn _...._ 375 500 9SO Enrarate' ..... -,..... aJainacia
CHATTER L derson. becoming alarmed for the flour Ruin__. --,06 42S 7SO Sard.. .- HI .-._- _... I _
consistency biscuit dough. solve the problem older than the pyra- Medfoi-d Rum _._ 3 75 SUO 9SO Malt.utradark .... ...._ .- ...._ I .
", 1 wish you would be advised by safety of his young friend, urged him Roll cut place in .a well-greased pan. mids of Egypt or Leaning Pisa-the Grape Brandy:-:-'. ...._ 3 is S 00 q SO Co ,er.lmported.........___...., a ..
to King KentllUL BurborD.. 3 75 500 9 So Ball Ale,pints_- .... 0-'- S ..
j >-i,_. ta this matter John.j prepare himself for defense In a and bake in an oven'with moderate quandary of love. Assortment AllOW8! an an Goob of Same Guinness Stout. pints ..... ..._--- .
Bob It teeini to me the height chance meeting with his enemy heat. My world .was bounded on the east S 1':8. .' J.
.."t.t. 1'f1ces by the burel o &Ipp1crU
r X ,w&rd1c.tor&mtfltOc&rT7flZe John's reluctant hand had scarcely Puffs-Steam six potatoes, skin by the shy glances of a pair of distracting :

, < elfUlied community. IMef deposited the pistol safely out,of sightIn mash finely add a tablespoonful of brown eyes, on the west by a I _
i ,nM la a sugar tablespoonfuls of meltec I the south by
his hip-pocket when the cracking mop of wavy hair on
carried a pUtol In my life nor of dried twigs upon the foot path'lead- butter ia little salt and beat until the incense of her presence and on HANNE BROS.

Itt* toe need of one.- Ing past the spring caused 'both boys : very light; add the whites of twc the north by the hope that' some day ,
Vfell. you will know the need of eggs well-frothed and beat again. there would be "something doing" anda -
to look quickly '
toward the
and
sound 246.258 West Adams St. Jacksonville
Mt .bea you meet Bill Hamilton as they did so the tall form of a slender Butter small cups place on .a baking- chance to win that hemisphere for

&1L4 ta tome of those lonely forest young man came .into view. tin fill not quite full. and bake with my very own. -

roaM fCHI travel and you are a fool- The material and cut of the neat quick heat. The love of conquest was in my souLI

bA47 fellow It you don't provide suit of grey tweed worn by a newcomer Sugared-Steam, peel, and dry a neglected my algebra and my lan LANDS.

ymireeU with tome mean of defenae."I ." as well as the man's genteel and little In the oven. When cold, cut In guage lessons to take long journeysin .

&i* not afraU of Dill Hamilton. almost foppish, half lengthwise place round-side u; my mind, and at the end of which
appearance, denoted
In'a well-buttered give face d If you have lands you wish to sell lease or rent
Beo. that he did not belong to this back- dripping. pan she waited with smiling ai rose- : ; -
"Tnti fact does not diminish the wood's settlement. A student's cap a dash of salt and pepper dot witr bud lips. For her I braved perils and or] if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing, -

Mair. to which you are exposing Bet boyishly upon the back of his bits of butter, sprinkle liberally will slew the wild beast in his lair, for turpentining or:lumber purposes, ;

QNeU *bll. traveling about these head and the soft dark rings of cur- sugar and bake thirty or forty minutes her I was the soul of honor and the Write to

bo ., roadj, unarmed and unprotected" ly hair framed a massive brow of exquisite in a quick oven. quintessence of nobility; for her I liv-

fairness. He carried A La Creme-Cut in small, pieces, ed, died and was burled several timesa '
a large
-so you really think fob that Bill leather bound book under his right and steam"until a little more than half week. For her I missed my lessonsin BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.

IID.moA would make an unprovoked arm and his slender hands were as tender. Put into a basin or puddiiv: classes where she was not and OCALA, FLORIDA.

attack poa meF shapely and white dish season with salt butter am stood at the''head in classes where ,
as a woman's.He ,
Think? Why man. I know that hew nodded a pleasant good morningto white pepper; pour over a teacup of her beloved presence spurred me, upward -

ttl41 He !. a desperate fellow and the two young men, as with long cream to every two quarts of potatoes, toward perfection. For her I i -
** foad threaU that when ne meets swinging strides he and bake slowly until brown. went to church in the fond hope of unuri ,
passed where they
you atoM, one or the other of you were sitting and then disappeared behind Waffles-Add to. two heaping tablespoonfuls "seeing her home" afterward. For herI -' [flCT[ A 1IUITIflI. ...

"Ut tlU tht dualr a screen of dark green foliage. of boiled potatoes rubbed was the last boy In town to learnto I :

***t did Dill Hamilton an in1 "Who is that through a colander a tablespoonful o smoke, and for her I strenuously -

JtJfT- Inquired John, as young the foot fellowr steps of Bob the? I melted butter tablespoonful of sugar denied it long after father had strap ik% Have you decided pu the kind of '

\BOW that you n ver did. John, passerby' died away in the distance. 'scant pint of milk four tablespoon. ped me in the woodshed and advisedme 'uI' t.\\ ? fertilizer you are going to use? Ify -

but Bin musts that It was through "Ills name is 'Charlie Seymour. He fnls of flour whites of two eggs beaten "to smoke good ones if I must i.1 not a question of how mueh, bat r

- your Instrumentality he and his brother Is a brother of Mrs. Allen, the rec stiff (or one, whole egg.) a little smoke." wait' kill! whan taa bit remit

were arrested last week. Besides tor's wife whom he is visiting., Mrs. salt two teaspoonfuls of baking pow- Let me think! What did become of : can be obtained. You can't make

. ba thinks, by harming you he will Allen told me yesterday :that her der. Grease the irons very thoroughly : that girl? Oh, yes; she married another -

: feat rtveare on Sheriff Adrian. Bill brother's health had failed while he fill, and bake brown. Serve with a and the last time I. saw her she S mistake when you use our high gnwlfertilizers. :

i, U fully aware of the deep attachment was attending a law university In New sauce of half a teacupful of honey had a squalling baby and waddled ;tr -- -..- t

: 1dakh exists between your stepfather York his beaten with a ,teasupful of cream, or when she walked? 'Actually waddled! ..
consequently physician had Highest cnh price paid:: for dry boaaa
_ a4 ytwrwlt and knows that he could I ordered him to give up his books, and, with mapl syrup, if preferred. I remember that! I
. 4eaJ the sheriff no more serious blow I banished him for Cheese takes-Beat half a teacupful And for this I lost 4,376.5 golden
to the
a season pine
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;. thaa to take your lit.. Now John, do forests of Georgia. He hasn't given of butter with three or four well. hours-hours spent in idle dreaming, c FLORIDA FERTILIZER KIF'G. O PARJ. -

U N& bt.. either take my good old up his books however, for he is always mashed Boiled potatoes, the yelks o when I mighr have been "soaking"the Gainesville, Iii ;

I trusty aad carry It well loaded In your poring over them when I call at three eggs, half a teacupful o, fsugar kids with spit-balls! Alas! Evena -. -

; pocket or just get up and cut the the rectory; and did you notice the and a quarter of a pound of dried cur- boy's life is not all sunshine!-Byron

: fM&try until the Liw diapows of Bill large volume he was carrying under rants. Add the frothed whites of th Williams, In Western Publisher.

aa4 Jew Hamilton as It undoubted) his' arm when he passed us?" eggs, and juice and grated peel of a The Vehicle and Harness Co :

*UJ do at our HIlt- term of criminal "Yes. I noticed it. No doubt he is lemon. Serve in patty pans with{ a A Letter of Thanks.

{ C"IJIWt.tbtWd1." L stealing away to hide himself some- nice crust: ; put in each a heaped tea- t. --

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1 p ).pt, the loan of your j-Utol although disturbed while he Is reading." replied a quick oven. \ To the .Editor of the Ocala Banner: -s JCKSO\VILLE, FLOK1DA.
: e1Iv. that your fears are ground.i John. Pie. No. 1.-Peel and mash boiled Through the courtesy of a friend I

:i .rs.n4ZknowIshaILteelasitI "They would better lock up his Jotatoes when warm, rub through a received a marked copy of your valuable -

Wets a desperado m'M'lf as lung as books from him and put him to hoeIng colander; to every teacupful add two paper of the 23rd irist Permit me Dealers Wagons, Buggies Carriages, Surreys,

I tarry a pistol" corn and cotton; that would bring tablespoonfuls of sugar two eggs; add i to thank you heartily for' your flatter- Road Carts, Harness, Saddles, Lap Robes, Etc. -

'Ne you won't-that's all nQn ense." the roses back to his pale cheeks', eh, rich milk to make a quart Line : ing remarks concerning myself and to
nrptW the owner of the r.Ulol. as he John?" deep pie tin bringing the.crust abov- assure you that the Jewish communityof LARGEST CONCERN IN THE STATE AND LOWEST 'RICES.ai.rr .

.....m, f9' i the Into his Ocala cannot feel more gratifiedby
weapon "You are talking sense now old the edge of the tin; then moisten the

[ wmi-antun'e keeping. man." laughed John, as he rose, to edge aad flinch! together with the fin- my services than I am tofind In ,
It .u a k, Iy In 'them an intelligent audience full of -, ', ,-, .. I
w morning May. his feet and began to brush away the gers; [11. and boke. --- -- I- -
' verr blade of grass and sweet wild shavings which had lodged on his No. :.-Line a deep pie tin wltl devotion and religious ferver. I. anticipate PRICE LIST OF

flew,? rrowtQff peacefully upon the trousers fnJm the stick on which he crust put In a layer of peeled thinly- much pleasure from my visitsto

:::i [tau" .f th* cool., sparkling spring had been Idly whittling. "Well I must I sliced cold boiled potatoes sprinkl' Ocala. Your beautiful city and her EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR CO. ,

SUcide which the above conversation be off," he continued. thickly with sugar, dot with bits of hospitable citizens have made a most The Great Southern Mail Order House.

r [took pi&fe.u bewath a flashing dia4 "Where are you going? inquired butter and season with nutmeg; an- agreeable and lasting impression up- --- '
1 to EXPRESS PREPAID. ,Full Quart Measure.Hatchett's .
Especially proud was .
| .m of dew dropfl. Bob as he too rose from the green other layer, and seasoning. When on me.

; A strip of U1U graceful pine stretIchlaj mossy bank and began to untie the I nearly full, season the. top layer, pou find your Jewish populace of such Per four Six Pert (I

away to the aouthward fringed I. halter strap of his horse that stood over two eggs well-beaten and half s high standard. PrivateStock.._.. _...-....._..._....__Gallea{400 Quart 5400 QiurU$6 t [the tender blue sky, and the gentle teacupful of milk. Put Very respectfully yours, .That's Whiskey ._.__ 4 SO 460 69*
tied to stout sapling. near by where on a top crust
a UTSte
H. S. Stollnitz. Hatchett's Old Rye...__.._._......._.. ... .?' 3 :20 3 :jo 48 !
: wane _lod soughing through their the two friends had been sitting. and bake slowly. Eureka C.Apple Biandy........._.._ .... .. 475 475 700i85 U SON i
tranche C. Apple Brandy....... .____.....__ ..._ 3 t.> 325 970
caving fell with a soothing "I am going down to Overton's: milL Puddlnsr.-. No. 1.-To two teacupfuls. Defined. Eureka Malt .... _.... ........_....._.._........ 400 400 i>oo '
k nsnaur upon the quiet scene. Won't you go with me Bob?" of grated raw sweet potato add half Subscriptions Eureka H. C. Peach Brandy,..._...._;.._ __ '475 47S 700 1400
I I N C. Peaah Brandy _... .....u_..._ 3 25 3 J 5 4 85 970
The two young men to whose con "I am sorry I can't old fellow but a teacupful of nice molasses, two \ Eureka N C. Cam__.__ ..._._'...__'_ 325 3"S 4 8 .70
'WttUoa hive I The Postmaster-General, with a EarekaN.C.CornXX .....-__.. .__,........ 3:10 300 460 Q0I
, we listened unlnvijed.mere I promised father 'I would hunt up tablespoonfuls of sugar, two tablespoonfuls -, of the Eureka N. C. Corn. XXX. .-....._._ _..0;...._ z 7S 'n' 4 IS JO
youths stalwart hardy and our stray cattle this morning. What's of ginger, two eggs, and view to preventing evasions Eureka N. C. Corn. XXXX._____.__..._.. ISO ;!50 J75 7SO
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law regarding subscriptions and sam- Old Crow Bourbon.....- '__..._ __._ 4 SO 4 SO *75 I 3 56
q |HMett son* of the red clay hills and the reason you're not out horseback enough milk to make the consistencyof 'Sunny Brook Rye... _. ___ ______...._ 375 37 565 II JOt
.iDo forests of Northern Georgia. 'I ple copies in second.class publications 1 Sunny Brook Sour Mash .:.--.......__.;-. 3'S 375 55 1130
riding this morning, John? he continued pumpkin. Bake an hour and a hall to Echo Spring......__....______ ___ 4 50 46$ 699 II 7$
: One KM John Lorimer who was the as he vaulted into his saddle in a slow oven. Serve with whipped has instructed postmasters recog- I Silt Velvet_ ...-_ _.. _.... 500 55 7851370
v nize the fololwlng as bona-fide subscriptions Oak and ._ ,__... .. _....._.- 375 400 600 ,'00
lloa of the sheriff of Mount Vernon and tried to restrain the horse who cream. -

X: aunty, and hit companion and friend danced about In his Tmpatience to be No. 2-Remove the skin- and mash : Gin From $2.50 '0 $3.50 per Gallon Delivered
1. Direct subscriptions to the pub Save twelve labels of Hatchett's Pnvate Stok and bottle free. Save twelve -
' IS,Bob Andtraon. "one of the boys. secure a -
on the wing., finely six potatoes; beat with the yelks
subscriber when I labels of Hatchett's Old Rye and secure a bottle free. Save twelve lables of Halchett'aThat's -
the paidfor
Usher by
ip I the sparsely settled neighborhood I "I just took a notion to foot it; I of four eggs a teacupful of white sugar Whiskey and secure a bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka N. C. -
I I by him. Corn and secure a bottle free. Save twelve tables of N. C Apple Brandy and recure
&f0here both young men resided. I am in the saddle so much I get tired and four level tablespoonfuls o one bottle free. Save twelve labels Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free. Price of
Tali I 2. Subscriptions to the agent of the all'goods bought at company's store are gallon less than when delivered. No .
e neighborhood usually was apeaceful of It." John turned into the path as butter. Beat the whites of two egg 700 per -
'Ill publisher when actually paid by the chare for juif boxes or dray ge. All of my bottles are full measure. AH standard -
and law abiding one-comowd I he spoke and his friend said: as far Icing add grated rind and juiceof brands of whi des sold over my bar at toe per diink-10 from S leaves 5 (or you. All
of'honeat subscriber himself wiues quoted on application We also carry cheaper liquors than those quoted
] A {' farmers and their "Well good-bye! You will be a small lemon, a little salt and two Sr-cial p ices on large quantities. ; packed any sizes de ::1 unhlIe*, all Industrious and simple down to the party given at Colonel teacupfuls of cream; stir then add 3. Copies regularly sold' by newsboys 'satisfactory.!:

i .untry, folk living their quiet peace. Thwnas's tonight won't you John?" to other mixture. Put Into a buttered or local agents or news agents. EUREKA, mi m LIQUOR COMPANY -

"l lives shut oft from the great rush- "Yes, I suppose so," John Answered dish, and bake an hour and a half. 4. Copies sent as bona fide exchanges ...3-5 W Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. .

'I < turmoil of the outside world as with other publications admitted .. ,, ,,,, .. ,,,, .., ,,, .. .
carlessly as he struck out throughthe Beat whites of eggs with three table- '''" J(=" =;: '0.'s.r :: +}* ,1:3 i **.r. "T:1'VA. YJo R' .k-m
{: ; to the second class, one copy ,
Cttirded over by the soughing pines woods and his friend's horse spoonsfuls o fsugar, pour over the top,
: tandlng sentinel'like around their un- pranced away in an opposite direction. and brown. for another. -
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5. Individual subscriptions desiredas ; ,
[retentlous dwellings. [Continued Next Week.1 _

_1. t Strange to Bay, however, the evil one I Here is some red hotshots from donors bona for fide'gifts the benefit when,paid of the for recipi-by the 11"'r"1i""r"t"1f"" ,' " '; ""f"'r\r''r"r't'11"tr'T'" \" '," ' .
IIt Yet to search of prey, had even Marion County in the Supreme Court. Dr. Len Broaghton's last Sunday sermon -
w4 hi. way into this: quiet, pastoral : "The church spends its time ents. Such subscriptions will be limited

i tDe and was rejoiced to find ready The supreme court has recently discussing how to do a thing, while strictly to those coming within thatdefinit.m 1 Cold Storage .1 :

\ I l. .tt! hte 'OIeODOU. Bml in the handed down two decisions in which the devil is just doing it. Preachers and will not be permitted tote '
r used coyer for an advertising
as a
"Jt two young men In the set- Ocala people 'are at interest come together and discuss how to

I LIN emni.These. One is the case of Jno W. Pearson., reach the masses, while the devil out or other purpose of the publisher or : H': ..- ?
41a and E. T. Helvenston and donor. Under this,same rule the pub- Of Meats ; .
were known as Bill Hamilton appellant yonder is carrying the masses to helL
|14. his elder brother, Jess The 'repot Sarah Harmon, appellees. In this case lIe knows there is but. on way to lisher may become donor of such gift
subscriptions, but in all cases the proportion :;: ::: .' .
i :&tlou. the ao boys bad never been the orders of the lower court are af reach the masses, and that iS to reach
L $ "It llti the respectable neigh- firmed. *H. L. Anderson" for appellant them. No church will ever reach the I of these subscriptions' to the EEL- --- J

3 'C qo4 In which they were born and Carlos L. Sistrunk for appellees. i masses until it goes after them. whole list will be considered and. given .=: We beg to Announce to the pub 2

trtL but no one was prepared to The other case is the Western Union Read and preach and pray.as much as weight in determining thelegitimacy ::: ,.- -' -" ::: : '

. : :Itu' [e them develop, as they suddenly i Telegraph Company plaintiff in you please but until you take off of such lists. In this latter lic that we are ready to cure -

i ['dfjnto regular young desperadoes. error G. Wake Wells, defendant in your kid gloves and go down among class may be Included copies sent to ... ... -

: deeds of wicked daring had, error. In this case the judgment is the people you will never get them." prove insertion of advertisements. -5 MEAT We guarantee .- -
!fyt affirmed. John E. Hartridge &, #
;.been cut short by the arrest also -- -
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Jlar f!io4 brothers; and now Jess the Son for plaintiff in error. R. L. Anderson None of the .newspapers of the state Tomato Plants-For sale one million, --

D eB ...:'flaring of the two, was behind. for defendant In error take the least exception to our Con- varieties, Beauty Paragon Duke of satisfaction and solicit your pat- ==

,**rs of Mount Ollvette'jall while' We understand that Mr. Wells' gressmen voting. with the republicans i, York, new Century, Grown from best ---

.. who had been released from cus- judgment Is for 2000. for, protection because we raise a few seed and on virgin soiL Ready February L ronage.. :::
1st to March 1st. J1.25 per M ., :: ,
W'opon heavy bond, roamed: aboutlg.4 hogsheads of tobacco in Florida. 'A -
1-:.country, while both brothers A Farm For Sale or Rent. few years ago it would have produceda 5,000 and up $1.00. 10,000 and up '--

r lied their coming trial I will sell, or rent my farm of 360 perfect furor in democratic, ranks. 85 cents. Cash with order.. J. R. 'Davis I'

I ..'s recent arrest had not had a sal- acres in the Fellowship' neighborhoodat Now everything goes and it takesa Bartow. :Fla. Also' potato slips, Ocala Ice a 5

. ?-" *:effect upon Bill and his fierce a 'reason ble. price. Good living cataclysm to awaken a two-line for sale. ,l-19-2t .

.. '. Lror. with his threats of ven-. house and outbuildings; ,partly, under comment Does this indifference bode -

: _.".. had terrorized more than one good fence. Apply to Mrs. Jessie Hay- good or evil. ? 'i Mr. G. W. Esterling. of Martin was Ej .

'I $ !a this rural district craft l-td-2tw. In Ocala Friday closing up the deal fuel Co. : I.

o <-01 Lorimer was a special object The famous Buster Brown Blue which transfers the property of the .
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<,,*.d. to this misguided youth, and ,Favorite Fertilizer for all crop and. Ribbon.sho. s for., b sand: girls! at I Easterling brothers_ Mr. J M.Meffert ( .,
ysff all fertilizer material for see by Lang J I f : p-- '
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:'tionately around his companion, he Gov. Broward has appointed Mr. ,

: E>:9E B-ermeaem: I said' |i G."Ah T. Ayer represent this countryat Strauss

,. Minnie, my dear, wife| It seems the Inter-State Convention of Sugar -

but yesterday that in this same spot Cane Growers, which will meet

! l I POINT TRYST ITnis you gave yourself into my keeping and at Mobile in February. The selection

( Of risked your life by that leap Into those is an admirable one Mr.. Ayer Is an Royal -Reserve

waters. .and .blessed my life with a intelligent and progressive farmer,

: love which has lingered tike a benediction whose broad views deep research and
BY ,MRS. M. M. LITTLE, OCALA FLA. ,
ever since." up to date methods make him a most

.. ; Then smiling archly, sL replied: t r successful farmer. He will present In _

"Yes and I would do so again." while I I a forceful manner' the advantages of --
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This.Story Won.the First Prize ($20'in Gold) in AJ ;the echoes in the branches of the I our State and demonstrate its bound- -

_ iQ: the Jacksonville Sun Prize Contest. trees overhead seemed to j say, "Do so less possibilities for cane growing in OC1U MINING LABORATORY. ._ ,,:: ,:

aJGJ9P9B9PJeErBErgR'Rm again," while all around j that vast area of rich muck land reclaimed F. T.-SCHREIBER. ",-ff'P
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and made tillable by reclaiming :: < .
ChrmisL Member .
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birds Consulting aDd Analytical ". ,-f:'
"The sang loud ahd sweetly the Everglades-Pasco County of the Society,of ChemIcal Industry. Lon {:::7',-

......... Songs of happiness anI!!heart's ease. I! don,Eng klemberof the AmeucaD Chemical :':: ::
_ -w--------- -- .,.. .... Sang the bluebird the pwaissa, Democrat. Society. ; .: ...-

The calm and eventful day, the .last her, "Happy are you. Hiawatha, p. O "*ox 703.
With his Having such a wife to l,ve you!' ;
I. The Moon of Bright Nights," Ap- Gentlest whispers sighing and in the his branches.singing Sang the Opechee the robin The famous Buster Brown _Blue OCALA, FLJL, Oct. 22. 19)

"Happy are you, Laughing Water, Ribbon, Shoes for boys and girls at
ri. was rapidly drawing to a,close.A .
Then Having such a noble husband"Then
Just he rforoed '
as to receive x :
Wholesale Whisky
the Fair Store. ,
few lingering'sunbeams played at tenderly taking her hand, he Messrs. Strauss & Co,

hide and seek among the shapely the answer from her trembling lips drew her to a seat beneath the old -- Ocala Fla
she caught the I I Merchants, ._
glimpse of. tall
form
a knife
ffweetgums and danced merrily over oak tree, and with his -carved Do You Wish to
tnovlng In a scrub-oak with
thicket : accordance
close In
your
tfca sleepy waters of Amaskohegan upon its trunk: ; Gent emen.-

lake. The air was redolent with per-' by. Fearing it. to be an enemy, she "A point of Tryst: Sacred to the warehouse
pointed to a foot path and bade her MAKEONEY nstructions, I. 'visited (your en
Memory of
fIDe from the pure white chalices of Amaskohegan and His
i I lover hasten, but not until he had her I and selected :
ugnolla blooms, while soft seakeze0 Bride. the 19th, instant, personally -
promise to meet him at this
toyed with the long gray moss place on I Growing Good Watermellons from your stock a sample of"Strauss"
the ROOSEVELT.4
following .
evening.As
wklch ROASTS FOR .
hung gracefully from the aromatic I Next Year
the young man was hastening ..
: pines under which stood Tecum- I
home he encountered Tecumah, and Our President Most DistinguishedVictim FROM EDEN SEED? Royal l
ak, a stalwart young Indian and Mln- Reserve"t
from the malicious gleam in his
eye Gridiron Club's Broils
Mhaha a beautiful maiden with soft \
he surmised that he was suspected.Stopping ,
Mown eyes and dark shining tresses. .at the wigwam of Amas and Roasts at SaturdayNight's If sol can help you start right by supplyingseed whisky, the analysis 0* which shows it to .t

Earnest and lover-like were his ac- I at a reasonable price. -
kohegan Tecumab1 found him "smok Session. Last spring the ravages of rats forced me to contain:
.*.nts, as in Longfellow's beautiful le- I, plant my watermelon crop three times before a [ s'
ing his pipe of. peace" and his daughter : ., stand was secured, fonsequently mv melons
: .wd"Looking- Alcohol (by weight), per cent. . 36.66 #
Washington D. C.. Ja 27.-President rpenen too late for profitable shipment and ;
preparing his viands as carefullyas instead of allowing them to decay I saved seed Alcohol (by volume), per cent. . 43.61 ,1 '
{ .* at fair Laughing Water, though no danger threatened the Roosevelt was the most distin- ir the following painstaking manner frlm per
[ectlvshapdstred and ripeued selected mar- Degree proof, per cent.. . .. . 87.10 t
Bang he softly, sang in this wise; life of her lover The two men talked guished victim to be broiled and etmetons.the first on live vines, .
Residue on evaporation p cent. . 0.660
Thou the wild flower of the forest! ,
Roth ends of each melon were cut on and
Thou the wild bird of the prairie! long and low, and from the furtive J(,roasted at the annual winter dinner. of thrown away the melon split and the perfectly Ash, per cent.. . .. ;. .. .. .* 0.011 a
r Thou with eyes BO soft and fawn- glances cast in her direction, she knew : matured: seed taken from the center and dried
Reducing cent. . . . 0.2t5
like! the Gridiron Club, which ,was held at wish spehral care. No seed were saued from sugar, per

If thou only lookest at me that' she was watched, and If she decayed melons. Volatile acids, per cent. . . . 0.0527
the New Willard last night. The I these seed to be strictly first class
I am happy I am happy would win her hero she must bide-her guarantee Amyl alcohol fusel oil) cent. . 0.073
", As the lilies of the prairie. and as;good as have ever been grown, ( per r t ,-t
Gridiron Club is that famous organization As 10 my responsibility I re6er to any mer-
t 'Does not all the blood within me time.When I! chantile agency or responsible business concern The above results show the to be STRAY 4C' ws
s
t' Lean to meet thee, leap to meet thee. next the evening shadows of the Washington correspondents whisky ,

As the the moon spring when to meet nights the are sunshineIn brightest gathered about the, wigwam, and Am- of the various large I ]: newspapersand 75c per pound a carefully blended brand of high grade .

? askohegan wrapped his blanket around

; When thou smllest' my beloved. him and lay,down to dreams upon his other publications, represented in and that it has been disstilled from a clean, pure grain mss _

Then my troubled heart is brightened bed'of moss and pine straw, Minnehaha the National CapitalIts Henry D. Still The amount of fusel oil and of volatile acids is very low. -
dinners are.among the most Interesting ,
As In sunshiny glean the ripples stole noiselessly out of the door Respectfully
That the cold wind makes in rivers." functions in the life of the Blackville S. 'c ,
I I I and ran down the path which led to Capital and have a reputation of their F' T. SCHREIBER, Chemist.RAW .

Yet his pleadings awakened no res- the bluff. Eden Seed.
own throughout the country. At these
> aalve chord in the heart of the fair In an instant she was folded in a
dinners no_ mercy is shown, no respectfor
Mtooehaha+ for;- pair of strong arms, as she breathlessly -

whispered: "Only one moment mustI any Individual institution, no FOUR FULL QUARTS S3.50 EXPRESS PBEPtlD.
"She was thinking of a hunter matter how high or dignified. With I It Will : .
linger, for I
From another tribe and am watched, and If I
country; caustic wit cutting sarcasm and the
Young and tall and very handsome, they find us here they will: take your ,
Who, one morning in the springtime, life." most merciless persiflage man: and affairs .

> Come to buy her father's arrows are dissected and criticised and ,
Sat and rested in the "Brave girl," he whispered In
wigwam. return -
Lingered long about the doorway ."and you will leave this beauti- ridiculed. Special .efforts; have been Pay You1.IF -
Looking backward as he departed." made for this occasion and those who .
STRAUSS & CO.
ful place with so much that Is dear ,
are in a position to be well informedsay '
Only a few short weeks
ago had to you that you may go with me to a -
that '.tonight's dinner surpassed
yang 'George ,Brownsloe, the son of strange land?"
any previous Gridiron dinner You have Real Estate
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a British officer, come to the little Indian Then as she trustingly placed her Sole Owners and Distributors.
given-In brilliancy and interesting: features to sell,
village where Tall Chief
Amasko-
hand in his and answered "Aye. aye. "-

began! lived with his only daughter, forever!" he knew'she was not deceiving President Roosevelt was the OCALA. FLORIDA
Minnehaha. him. principal victim s to be placed on the ORs

gridiron and "done brown." Besides
In a few of her rambles had the A plot was then made that she ,
-. the president the members of,the cabInet -
maiden met him, returning to the wig should meet him at this place on the

wam alone fearing lest her father, in next Saturday when the men would many distinguished ,senators an r Y ,u're thinking coming

t a fit of rage, would threaten the lifsf e I be loitering in the village; he would members of congress, the !ambassadorsof .IF to Florida. for a home. McMillan Bros.
the foreign andother! -
powers promInent -
.- the young hero who had fought so have a canoe in readiness. In which
men attended the dinner. ,
,bravely against him in the Seminole they would' row across the. lake to OR

mar And this Is the reason why the where he had horses in 1 Southern Copper Works j
waiting, when You
Truckers Receive Immense' Prices. desire to inyest in any
ardent young Tecumah begged in vain they, would ride in haste to the IF
nearest kind of Florida
far the hand of her who had long sinceWen minister and be married, leaving Growers of cauliflower'- and lettuce i property, Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

promised to him by her haughty I immediately for their Northern >
i home. In this section fortun-! TO SEE .
ire certainly and General
Metal
father
the wealthiest Indian in all Promptly at the time set on Saturday Workers.
ate this season- as both products are OR WRITE
the country. she reached the bluff. i .
bringing, large returns aid the seas-
Not only was Tecumah surprised i
"It was past the hour of on. having been favorable, yielded to
and disappointed at her cold trysting. JaHeLIVINGSTOH & SONS
efu-I Yet she lingered for him stilL" the growers heavily. The latest re-. Old Stills taken'in
Ml of.his offer, but he was exchange for new ones. Patching
And was soon rewarded p orts. which were the reports of Saturday '
by seeing him through the
well and although he had never, per- OCALA. FLORIDA. country a specialty. Orders: by mail orwire
rowing toward her. But hark! the from the Baltimore and -New will receive
MIlS, read
the old adage- / prompt attention at either of the

sound of clashing hoofs! nearer they York markets quote cahUflower at -- following works ,. ,

"Faint heart never won fair lady," come nearer, until the frightened girl from $2.50 to E3.50, and lettuce from

yet he purposed in Ms heart to per- I,' leaped from the bluff Into the waters .$4.50 to =4.75 per basket.f This means FAYETTEVILLE N. C.

tat in' his devotions and win her at. J below. Her lover, losing not a moment a great deal to the gro\t'ers of this UMBERr SAVANNAH, GA*

My cost. 1. clasped her in his arms and section, as lettuce and! cauliflower JuJ JACKSONVIUEi FLA MOBILE, ALA

Nature had lavished her gifts upon swam with her to the ''other shore movements have been h avy for the r

Lake Amaskohegan ( pausing Snly one moment, as he whispered past few weeks, and th extra good 1
moon-
meaning ROUGH and I Inn
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beams).. SnJles lingered in each silver "Think once more, my darling humor of the growers ''s vidence that -' .' ...
}: SEn
of your sacrifice; are willing they are satisfied. The scent want j
rlpplet.and kissed its pebbly shore. you

.pon.lts banks grew wild oranges in to make it?" Then' like .Minnehaha of w eather. however, has h"d a tendency 'Dry Siding, Flooring and Ceilin i I We' tjever r DisapPoint Our Patients.

peat profusion and here and there old, she to defer .the heading of the let ,

amid great masses of fragrant spider "Seemed tote, which promised ten days ago to ,i B. H. Seymour I We Fulfill Every Promise and Hsver Hold Out False Hopes.

w umbrella lilies rested Indian there more lovely -as she stood mature With the greatest firmness 5, J u'E CURE Stricture without the knife or bougie and Vnricocele without
an I
pain or
detention
from business Poison
Ocala j Contagious Blood
canoe Upon its While she said, and blushed to say and much which ShOUld have beenready Fla. -j cured never to rein:; Without; mercury or mineral Low of Mini?

smooth beach th e"I It, for shipment at t Is time will -..-...............................-... .... ... .. .. ... i Visor Positively cared; no stimulant mixture but permanent,
lazy alligator basked in the will follow you, my husband. } The Dr.King Medical Co U an institntlon organized under the
wnshlne probably delayed se rat days o I laws of the itata of Georgia for Ute treat' .nt and cure of all
Myriads of fishes sported Onward came the I McIVER and ,IIAG'IAJ I I u ncrrons and chronic d.seases. Dr N. K. :K g. the founder of
but
fcs and out among the water lilies in pursuers they this account. One irucl er near Tao Ij{ Jr!- I this Institution is the chief consulting specialist, being ftsslsteo
I were too late and after a futile 'attempt by a staff Of eminent physicians and turf eons.
March 'of prey. coma nearly a month ago Out from.one j Our success lo the treatment of chronic dUtan ll on nrpi>
I to capture theme fed we use both medical Iud electrical tgencles.
=
acre of cauliflower = .
But the point de resistance in all 100 baskets, whichnetted -- Our offices are equipped with a,1 the galvanic faraMe batter
this him In the New York market "'::" l1 4 .. ., 1 '. .'. :'S leI X-ray,Tiolet ray and ilnseoray: In fact every electrical
scenery was a high bluff on th "The ancient arrow-maker ,' .- "' 'I contrivance known to the medical profession. Our sanitarium ll
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*st shore of the lake, upon which Turned again unto his labor, $5 a basket. This was! not all the "' -"M' j modern in every respect, and we employ none but the besttrained
.. and efficient auendantareguiuiy qualified graduate
Sat down '""<: .
grew a magnifi'ent''al r oak, leaning by his sunny doorway crop, but only that portion which had ......:.to..,::--" and licensed physicians being in charge.
4 Murmuring to himself and saying; shipment -, We employ no misleading menu to ipcnre patient an4
Mr out over the precipice and marrow "Thus it Is our daughters leave us. matured. This of protect- I patronage C.0.D.'.or unasked for i1' eratnre are tent ont

**S itself in the glassy waters below. Those us;we love and those who love. ed. or canvas lettuce which; is said FUNERAII# ;,jH,.i h\ iytbti to f 10.00 initatlon.per montb Oar,(medicines terms for included treattr.) -, average d we rive from the a&aai 16.00-

I.. nee of a care within a specified time.
to be I 1
extra choice this will
not
Mere the tourist would always' pause Just when they have learned to help year i MY BEST REfERftCf{ [IS. OUDnUloniCCXCCC *successf ally-treat ftBiSpennunliUUlu *-
ud usWhen begin for several days yet It is expected UluCAwCwi nencir core all ehronio cassises
the artist DIR M1 U
with i
gaze admiring eye s. old and CTO1iS : nNllD r men u Kidney and Bladder troubles, Bheainatisin,
we are lean
Here In the long days of summerand them." upon that this product rill net, easily \\1rhp.WII (fJ1h. Rupture llydroeele. Drains. Losses, etc., snd all Private II
UHTILetmfr.TiJU Diseases. Tumors and malignant
-1-- I. troubles Catarrh of tae
{ the sunshiny days of winter, MinBehaha $5; a basket, and growers who havethe } I Nose. Throat, Head and Langs. Diseases of Eye and Ear, I
Twenty-five years flew swiftly by, Have a full stock! of Coffins. Caskets N. K. KINQ. M. D. Chronic Diseases of Women such u Displacement, v
:> loved to go, and it was hereA.few protected lettuce are; anticipating 't and Burial OuttUs. ?SptciHl'given Crew Cot+ttutrato PHnIOlAIL- UnnAtural Discbarges: ,and inch weaknesses of women.
r when one bright day In mid-winter a to Ulto-dayregardlngJOUl'COndltlon1tyou are sick or afflicted. On '
Gig thing.-Gainesville Sun. W ri.t request T (
'Burial +
days after our story begins ,that handsome i servk-es. e send yon var literature,inducing symptom blanks for borne treatment.CONSCLTATIOV .
coupk stepped fromthe I -
4 she EXAJIINATIOX AND ADVICETFKEE i 1
was aroused from fairy dreamlandVf
dusty coach onto the platform of a The Candle That Went Out. Embalming to Order DR kIEQ Ft1i.DlYetlliDsg Yi t'aefr? Ccru AtlantA G ; 0
the
approach of the young man to I Eta ,. 1
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small station on the shores t>f Lake: --- '. '. ,.. i } c
whom she had surrendered the custody -I -- i 1
Amaskohegan. .Time lied dealt so The Lake City Editor, was not as j
of ber
heart. He ,
was fair with Jerry Burnett
gently with them that almost old ... '
a soldierly any brave as he thought he leas when has } -- - ]
appearance blue eyes, no- et
.. friend would have recognized them of'
was writing Chapter I that famous.
: We forehead
and a firm chin with,a r
q .mouth which the hero and heroine of our story. Controversy and Chapter II has not Merchant I ,1
betokened
great earnestness
Great changes had taken place in made its and I S A STANDLEY ;
> of purpose. Quite a contrast appearance perhaps never ; I & CO '.
the once' familiar place where now wilL 1of I '
Made he to the maiden. at whose feet L
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I. nothing remained to remind one The only reference the j Tailoring.
bearing
on I'
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be sat, describing his home in Thereen .
the Indian race but a few shellmoundsand subject at all .is the following: i if -r'' The
Mountain State," to which he I PinQode of Human Skiltt .
would soon return. here and there an arrow-head. A Men of the lean-and-hungry-look, 1 i Ocala, Florida. a { }1
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"I could I rich English Lord with many strings kind are "fit for treason; -strategems J i
not leave without Finest
seeing lof bright-colored beads had boughtthe and Spoils." Imported and"Domestic Has been reached in our carriage-:
you again, for you must know ere thisthat ;: Cloths. ? '

I love'you too dearly to leave you lake and its surroundings from "Yon Cassius has a lean and hugry'look ii- j t 1( buggies and harness. The only-? 1
its owners, and its shores
on enterprising such
; mgn dangerous ,
are -
here, for although peace is declared, Cutting a Specialty nero
people had homesteaded. erectIng ," said Caesar. ; Fits _-\ they can be better is to raiser
yet some of the tribes are hostile.Leave Guaranteed. "ipinnaole
colonial homes with the cabins of Perhaps the following] from' the elevate fe
them, Minnehaha and go with the standard*yt
"Uncle Joe" aid old "Aunt Diana" Madison Enterprise -
explains:
.e to my home as my bride and we why '
even then focl !
our vehicles will be >
will among the tropical palmettos in the Chapter II did not appear: ,
after
ever : happy be.
"We can plainly see trouble brewIng j at the top. They are not to high '
Not a word from the maiden, yet he rear.Onward Ed.calion by Mail
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read something in her face which encouraged reached the bluff ishad th prices though, as"to be out of leas
where they IIeleuingOmeeesspfoymeotbgstaaede.esttem
-. near vicinity of Lake City, and Shan t

-;. hint plighted their troth. and_ as they: expect to hear a cap pop In the nand .. VttllM oetj."> "span,,---tin*studying 0eaIII at homa b7> t -. -,I'1.. of most vehicle'users. Let os qcot (

./"'"And he-..mooed her,with caressev paused the man bared his.. head day or two." t ar..awan..WIaar7''J'bae.asltr Tads b Yatl 'fIwI arced \,, ;/ you figures.

Wooed. ber- with his smile of sun bowed, asst the place were ho]y'The cap did not pop an l the bermtlaaWosalrea dweeathtabaae.
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expect-
f. shine, A"With tn.aa aatLLRt>tf ,PalaWtFla,
,,ground: .tJ p8i 'acts= one arm art e4.i iii not happen. -
flattering wooed
his word u
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I Charles Quintard Gray. [ A Candidate for Governor.The NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. Professional*
0 secure the biggest - ..
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of fertil- I Under and by virtue of a cetarin K. D IV ii FIt. V I. KBLALOCK, mdddw
crops corn, The many relatives and friends of Fort Pierce News prints a column decree in Chancery made and enteredon :" ;1DK. V : V :

izers must be used Quintard 'Gray of Nashville and this article advocating Hon W. J. the 24th day of January 1906. by FtTI.U-
I icnBANKDEPOr.
the (Honorable W. S. Bullock Judge IenhiM..
Tucker of that city, for Governor of
orally. Apply at least 500 section of the state will be shockedto of the circuit court of the Fifth Judicial Over Munroe & ChamblU B.rk Ocala. Fia qJJuuu R': R, Fare Paid. Nate*
Florida.As circuit of Florida sittingin '0 taken en tuition. GGETT
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unds to the acre-with Ir | learn of his death in Dallas Tex. this distinguished gentleman. resided Chancery for Marion county in a j -; *<'sATTORNEY>> i-: 7._ and cheapest on earth. Don't delay._ Writ*-tif. V
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The sad certain cause therein pending wherein __ UOIGU.-A "ABUSINESSCOUEGE.I .-
r intelligence was received in for a long time in Ocala and has Gordon S. Scott as Receiver of the .
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: per per It Itlot. Nashville Sunday morning Januarythe a number of friends in this city and Ocala Building and Loan Associationis NOTICE. VV '
available ; complainant- Herman Moses (Office in Gary--. Block.)
phosphoiicid fourteenth. Mr. Gray' had only throughout the county we reprint and'others are defendants I will, on OCALA. .. pr.oRIDA -'"

POTASH. from the News the following biographical Monday the V Notice of Application for 'rax Dt 4 V

and 9 per cent. been ill a few days and prior to Sun- : 5th Day of March, 1906, I J M. THOMPSON. Under Section 8 Chapter 88M. V ,
sketch of Mr. Tucker's life
: .:.. Laws V .
of Florida.
is most impor- day the last advices from 'h bedside the same being' the first Monday in -
POTASH a
s i W. J. Tucker was born in 1840 in the jmonth and a legal sale day offer PhYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Notice is hereby given that Thorn .

factor in corn culture. were received Thursday. It was learn Newnansville, Alachua county. He for sale to the highest and best bidder Office over Tea-pot Grocery Opy, Moutezuma. Lawton. purchaser of Tax Certificate -
nt ed for cash before the court house No.. 196 dated the 2nd day of June, *L .
books for then that a case of typhoid fever was reared in Lake City, Columbia door in Marion County Florida be- OCALA. FIA. D., 1902 has filed said certificate. ta .

Our practical had developed intq typhoidpneumonia. county where his father is burled. tween the legal hours of sale the following my office and has made application
described lands in Marion EDWIN SPENCER.ATTORN. for tax deed to Issue in accordant*
for the No ,
are news was taken to mean goods I The latter John E. who -
rmers yours Capt. Tucker County Florida, to-wit: with law. Said certificate embraces V

cost or obligam news, however and the announcementof fought in the U. S. Mounted cavalryin The northwest quarter of the lot EY-AT-LAW, the following described property situated IV

king-no his death Sunday came as a crushIng 1833. owned the first store in Lake I or block of land lying immediatelysouth OCALA. ?-.v' 'FLORIDA in Marion county Florida twit ,-

of sort and a vast of and adjoining the lot or blockon : Northeast quarter .except Sit -
any blow, V City. At that time it was called Fort which the Ocala High School i. CHA E. V acres, section 23 township 13. soutiL, -

nd of invaluable informs3n Charles Quintard Gray named for Lancaster but was afterward changed Building now stands and is erected J Range 22 East, 126 acres. The sail -, V
the late and being bounded on the north by land being assessed at the date of UM ,
in them. and beloved Bishop Charles to Alligator. and then to Lake Cityin South Sixth street; on the east by lot DENTIST Issuance of such certificate In tte -V V

Quintard. was well known in Nashville 1859. Here it was that Capt. Tucker of land heretofQre sold to E. H. Hel- OCALA KL name of Thomas James. Unless sail. V.

venston by the Trustees of the said certificate shall be redeemed according -
having relatives
AU,.... GERMAN KALI WORKS. many and enjoyed the golden days of youth Ocal High School; on the south by CARLO L. SIS!"RONK. to law tax deed will issue the

,r Ye k-J N**"* Street or friends here and having been a frequent and obtained the best education that lot belonging to Mrs. Musie Bullock on the 29th day of January, A. D,

Atunu. .&-::>,' So. Broad eet. visitor to this city. He was was available in those pioneer days. and on the west by Pond street or ATTORNEY.AT.LAW. 1906.Witness
so much thereof as may be sufficient Room .. Vs..-. my official signature *a4 '
the oldest son of Rev. Charels M. At sixteen, in 1856. he was mustered to satisfy the said final decree .IC Building seal this the 27th day of December A."

SUGGESTIONS ON SODA. Gray and a nephew of Bishop William into the state service. For three years and costs of court. D., 1905. .
Crane H. M. Hampton JJIS* B. N. CL.IR.STENOGRAPHER [Seal.] S. T. SISTRUNK;
Gray Bishop of Florida. He he was one of the U. S. Mounted Vol- 1-26-V Special Master in Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Count .

A, small pinch of baking sMa thrown was born at Cleveland Tenn., 28 years unteers and as a soldier boy he camp- Chancery.Assessor's & TYPEWRITER.and Florida. ---- 12-29. V:V ,

ago the home town of his mother, who ed on the shores of the beautiful Indian '
Notice.I .
to the water in which you ore boil- Notary Public. .
was a :Miss Polk, and the remains will river which was to be his homein NOTICE.

>g green vegetables will keep them be ,taken there for interment in the after years.In will be at the following places on Special attention to out of Town Work "

color. The color will time specified to receive returns of Commercial Bank. Ocala, Fla. !. Taxes are due and : .
frefih. green family burial ground. the funeral arrangements 1862 he entered the civil war as property and agricultural statistics. Monday of November ot each payable on the lint -
3 ear.
I Improved by keeping the lid partly to be announced later. a member of the Florida cavalry and Meet me with correct descriptionsof "" -- -..-. 2. Persona nd poll taxes most be paid at the V V

Many Nashville your property and you will never same time that real estate M paid U .
people will go down served until 65 seeing touch active have any trouble ;ohnWh'rfe&Co. sessments are to the same party. on. V

A. small pinch of baking soda added to Boliver to attend the last sad rites. service. His only brother who was in February, 1906. LOUISVILLE, KY. 3. If possible come in person to pay .v.u V -
I I Central, 2, a. m. taxes Paying bv mail ..
of lime water will produce Although the deceased has been in the Second Florida Regiment was Edabllthe4I837lllHd or through otherpa.rILe. ,,
> a ciau Geiger 2 p. m. .ubi.,.. is frequently unsatisfactory. '

a effervescence and make a mostireeable business:: In Dallas, Tex., for several killed in the battle of Seven Pines. at McIntosh. 3, p. m. f&I4 fill'raw 4. When you come to pay your taxes brine a V

drink. years. and his family have been 'living Richmond; Va., in May, 1862. Shady Grove 5, a. m. FURSand of description what from wish your to deed or latest tax receL* '
Santos 5; p. m. you pay on. -

There U nothing better than an ap- in Florida since about 1892. he On December 19, 1861 Capt. Tuckerwas Belleview, 6. Hides. 5. Don't wait till last few davipf time to N,. '

was well known in towns in Pedro 7. a. m. 1r..... then expect: the best service either by mail _
many married to Miss Sarah Sistrunk, _....,
ticatlon of baking powder to a burn. Levon 7. m. "" in person. Ihe rush is then on and delays tie ,
p.
If you have vaseline or sweet oH at Tennessee his father having been rector whose father was a planter and a Summerfield, 8, a. m. comes unavoidable., You must take your turn u *

of Episcopal churches in Franklin prominent man in Marion county. She Candler 8, p. m. V
and, mix the soda freely with either Oklawaha NOTICE. 6. You must have your property properly a*. '

( theN and apply to the burn or the Tenn., anud Cleveland. The deceased has three nephews in Ocala now who Eastlake. ,10 9 p.a. m.m. V of sessed. if you wish to avoid trouble in paneat V:
taxes Tnecitttelor
aid. obtained his preparatory edu- are among the leading citizens there, Wiersdale. 10, p. m. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial ation or description of assessments cannot alter found the oa rala-Ute V

cation at Wall & Mooney's school at one a prominent lawyer and a member Linadale 12. a. in. Circuit of Florida, in and tax book. 2.I..CARNEY. Tax CoUectsr.10275m ,
It the oils are not within quick for Marion
Drawdys 12, noon. CountyInChancery. Marion County, Ocala,PI*.
t&ch use water. Renew frequently. Franklin. and entered Sewanee in of the legislature another Clerk of Moss Bluff. 13. a. m. ,J

ISSp. He soon took front rank in every I the circuit court and the other Deputy Electra, 13 p. m. -
Ind la wadding. If possible, as thi: NOTICE
APPLICATION FOR
Lynne 14, a. m. Nancy A. Jones! Complainant vs J. LEAVE :
department of the life and ,
college Clerk. union
The blessed with
eepj the air from the Injured part; was Grahamville, 14, 1 to 3 p. m. B. Jones. Defendant Order for constructive TO SELLMINOR'SLAND. V V

ut old linen U "second best." was always a leader. lie was a mem- three children two daughters and a Connor 14, 3 to 5 p. m. service.It ,

ber of the Kappa Alpha Fraternity, a son. The oldest daughter married A." Churchill, 15, p. m. is ordered that the Defendant- NOTICIUS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Olf ffflt -
For the ttlng of an insect the same Eureka, 16, a. m. herein named to-wit: J. B. Jones be December.. A. D [90S. I will ap V V
umedy will be found excellent member of the seclusive junior and R. Anthony, of New York who owns Daisy 16. p. m. V and he Is hereb required to appearto ply to-the Honorable Joseph Bell county judge V

For sour stomach or biliousness ordeed. senior organizations and was honored large coal mines in Wilkesbarre, Pa., Fort McCoy 17, a. m. the Bill of Complaint filed; In this In his and omce for in Manoa Ocala.in county said,county state of, for Florida an order at _
Pine school house
17
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p. m. cause on or before Monday, the
with a protectorship during his authorizing me,as guardian ol the minor. WI'V
and and zinc mines in Mis
any phase of indigestion frenent copper Orange Springs, 21, p. m. ., 5th day of March, 1906, liam Ross Chambers to sell at private sale the -
doses of cold water into which last year at college. He took an A. B. souri. The youngest; daughter married Citra 22. It is further ordered that a copy following property belonging to said estate. t. ;

degree in 1899 and Master's Sparr 23.Anthony of this order be 'published a wit: Twenty chains square in the nortbeaat
a degree Judge Tye, a prominent lawyerIn I I once
as been stirred a little baking soda, 24. week for four consecutive weeks In curnerof the Irredonda Grant in Section twew- -_, Vty
in... 1900. In 1897 1898, and 1899 he Williatnsbury, Ky His son Is a March 1906. the Ocala Banner a (zo) Township twelve (12) south kange I
In be found beneficiaL newspaper pub-
twenty one (21) east,containing forty (4G) acres
Ocala from 5th to 31st.
played left half-back on the Sewanee rising youn business man and planter lished in said county and state. more or less V
For a child just a pinch of soda in Alfred Ayer Assessor. This 19th day of January. 1906. Said land belonging to the said minor. U br
Eleven. He voted the .
most
was member of the anda
pop- here council
a 112tf. sold for Ihe best interest of sa'd
be water will suJlce, for an adult S. T. Sistrunk. minor I.lcu
ular man on the mountain. a rare distinction popular favorite. Clerk Circuit Court Marion County This the 15th day of Novemoer 1905
I to may
teaspoonful be used. NOTICE. Florida. 11-17 MARY G. \ !:1AMBlRS.Guardtaa.
to a Sewanee student. "
The curative principle in this Is that I Edwin Spencer, Complainant's Solici
After leaving college the deceased A New' Magazine For Gainesville.
he alkaline In the soda neutralize Notice is hereby given that on the tor. 1-26-5t ADMINISTRTAOR'S- NOTICE. I'
taught at Schoop's School in Dallas, --- 7th and 8th of February 1906, the !I
he acid In the stomach. Board of County Comissioners of Mar-
and then accepted a position with the On March the first. Mr. C. C. Thomas I I
1Irs same remedy will bring speed: ion county Florida, will be in sessionto NoncE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL -
Hartford Insurance Company. His a prominent lawyer of Gainesville receive and consider plans and I who; iold claims of any kindagaiust
diet In bladder troubleIf tne estate of James Hatton Howard late of Mar ,
specifications for a new court house
advancement in that line of busineswas will begin the publication of a month- ion '
I county deceased, to the for .
feverUh nothing will cool; one sc for Marion county Florida. to be present lame .
remarkable, and at the time of his I ly magazine which will be known as erected on the public square in Ocala payment, duly proven to the undersigned administrator ,
well u a tepid bath into which has within the time prescribed by law. -
[ death was General State Agent of the the Royal Palm Magazine. It will be at a cost of from $50,000 to 565,000 and and in delault thereof this notice will be pleaded
been thrown a small quantity of soda. all architects are invited to submit in bar of such pavment. My poitoffice address <,
I London & Liverpool and Globe Insurance a literary periodical of over 100 pages and that time.H. is Graham vilie.Fia
[ A half teaspoonful to a quart of plans specifications by
! Company. containing five sections of high class W. Long. I I Nov 29th, 1905. RATTaN HOWARD V
:water should be .u 1c1ent.I Chairman Board of County Commis- Administrator ot the estate of James H ittM '
Quintard GrayS was known to all as reading matter., The editorial depart -I I Howard. it lit
, People who cannot use alcohol will' sioners of Marion county Florida. -V V
I a man of noble nature and impulses, ment will be devoted to an open. frank Attest: S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk.
.$nd the soda and water bath a pleas- 11H'l
unselfish honest courteous, loyal; to I and pointed discussion of current I ... NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SAlt
pat rubsUtute.! Dr. R. A. M. Benton one of, Ocala's /irt
while the educational and social I .
friend and trust a devoted son and events
| For a heated head or a hot day colored physicians, is in trouble. He :I ...WI. t,-
brother faithful in the discharge of departments will be devoted to : AND BY VIRTUS? A CERTAIN .
I There iUd'nii: I'lUlfrimKiUlnllit Call 4St .
: wadacue. nothing can be more re- bought a vehicle in Live Oak and gavea are more UNDER rendered by the Honorable W, S. : '
than ( Thauaccx
i He social favorite popu- matters pertaining to ..the social and ;tr< ,t any other m.ke
duty. was a ollaltems.o -
reshing than a cool cloth on the fore- check on a bank in which he had no .in .)f tULf style, ace: i.cy Bullrck judge ot the circuit court of the SfUa
lad with both sexes alike was a clever educational life of the state making AlcCall'i Blngazihe'l: h Queen of F. \ioa)'"* judi.ial cucuitof the state Florida. Ilttal gi -
,gtl, wrung out of water into which funds. He was arrested and in default ,, mnresuhwribers' aryother Ladvt' Mafatin. Ooyt chancery for Marion county in a cert.in ca se
conversationalist a talented musician upon the whole a magazine which will -""i suincnpnon(12 m.mbers)COOIS; 30 Cf: Bl.. Latclt pending therein wherein James'8. Chace u I V
small quantity of soda has been of bail was locked up. His i' numlx-r, 5 cents. Fnrysubscribcrgcti&McCiIA Pa.. complainant and Annie M. Chandler and -
of fellows. He be entertaining and pleasing to the Heuy
and .a piince good > tern Free. Subscribe tOOa, W. Chandler defendants
11m. friends yesterday afternoon procuredbail are said decree beiagrendered
unmarried. The of his people.. of Florida. I I Lady AentsWauted. HaadsmapmBhms on the i8th day ol November A. 9.
news
;
was '
For machine baby's bottles or in for him and he was liberated. The :, liberal cub cnmmi.: ...... Pattern Cat.locuI(of 60*4* 1905 I will offer for sale and will sell to the
death has been received with sorrowin The Ocala Banner wishes Mr. "TS) and Preroiura Catalogue: (sbowinf 400 pmiuau)) highest and best bidder for cash at outcry .
public -
act any bottles nothing can excel date of his trial has not yet been fix- seal tr... AtidrcM THK McCALL CO..Piw T.t. before the court house door south in Ccata .
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Nashville. The deceased was a 'Thomas much success in his new u )- I I .
odt and water. ed. ', Marion county Florida between the legal httaraol
nephew of Mr. John Polk of this city. detraking. sale on the first Monday in January. A, 9
UM irrmll shut and be generous withbe I I STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING. 1906; t -w1\-
and a first cousin of Mr. Joseph A. .
ndi. and the bottles will sparkle The famous Buster Brown Blue I. Jasarviagc4,
Gray. One of his best friends wa: I The missionary Institute of the the following real prouerty situate, Ijing sad
H ida cut the grcene and makes the Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at i The annual meeting the stockhold- being in Marion county Florida to-wit: ,,v ..'
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Mr. Luke Lea the well-known Nashville Methodist church for the Orlando district -
leaning lawyer. has been meeting in lakeland I I eight (28)) of Old Survey of Ocala. excenUaz
rtac. I works will be held at the office of the forty (40) feet east and west by seventy-two (M '
during last week. Among other feet north and south in the"southwest OKof ..
For oily hair ahamioo of this soda We the sole for the celebratsd- in the of Ocala Fia.
News of the De3th Heard at Old Home I interesting talks at the session was are agent company city on lot three (3). or so much thereof a* mayer -' V

nd water mixture will be found ver> ., ,.. ., Genuine Earpen Leather Gssis. Ocala ]Far: <, Wednesday, 10th January, 1906, necessary to satisfy said decree and costs.L -
tnat or .MISS me lyumgs, nunua W.DUVAL
l aiuinc. tttreCo.Bpret'nt. i ii at 11 o'clock a. m. fur the election of Special Master in Chancery, "., ';'
I Boliver, Tenn.. Jan. 13.-News has Missionary to Mexico who told in an ALLRED & DAvis ,
GIrl who want to keep their hair I i leen received here of the death of Interesting way of her life and work II I V
&rk. however, should beware of same, i ness.
Qulntard Gray son of Rev. and Mrs. among the Mexicans. Above sale has been postponed t. c :

ui its frequent use gives the hair a'gd Chas. M. Gray which occurred in Dallas I N.V.. IIARISON.CHAS. Monday Feb. 5, 1906. .. ,;...

: ,* reddish tinge. E. THOMAS Pres. L. W. DUVAL, .
Tex. The remains will be interredin Special Master In Chance ,1 -
Pens upon which the Ink has thick- Sec. 1-3-lt
Polk Cemetery here on Thursday I '
ned and hardened can be made as ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE OF FINA / / .
next Deceased was a young man witha
uid a. new by washing in strong TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3. 1873.- DISCHARGE. V V 'r
bright future. He was a grandson -V.
uiI. water Henry's SEEDS I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. -c
of Col. Horace M. Polk, who repre-
In County Judge's Court Marv Co"*r I.
Florida. la Re K-tate of J. t#. Edward V
sented "Hardeman County in the Legislature the sorvival of tbe fittest We
Art You Restless at Night have bt'onieLhe largest sewl bout in the United States Land Office qainesville Deceased.VOiriCK V.' V

many years ago. Rev. Charles world becautfe: our I beeda: are better than Fia.. Dec. 18. 1905; Is HEREBY GIVE TO AU- ,
\hd harassed by a bad cough? Use'Wlanr. of churches outers. Do you wish to grow t be most :' whom it may concern that on the '
Gray had charge Episcopal I I beaut ifol flowers and the iiiv"-t vegetables V
Horehound Syrup. It will se- ? Plant the be.tst'tods-"ry's.: IS HEREBY GIVEN I it day(/JIl1I A. D. /96. -
this NOTICE
in Cleveland and Franklin
ure you a sound sleep and effect n.rwnpt 1906 Seed Annual free to all 1appUcazLL compliance with the provisions the undersigned will apply to the }toi.. Joseph -
and radical Sold al1runtat& is in St. Petersburg. Bell.judge of said cojri. julge ol V
cure. by state, now living of the act of Congress of June as probate ,, '
for final discharge
It. as Adaiinialratrix: of.the ,
m
D. (7. FERRY & CO. .
T Paper 3. 1878. entitled "An act for the sale estate ot J': H Edwards deceased aud at tfce '
Fia.Both at time residents ; 1" Detroit, Mich. same time I will pre-tent to sad CJUTI my final ;; SaOuats5 V.
families were one : : >
of tirb r lands in the States of California -
Mr.
>V. T. H. n l riian. of Lynne, was : : adminimatnx of sid estate. ..4 .
of Boliver. and have connections Oregon Nevada and Washington ask tor ttteir approval -
1to"'Q Friday to Meet his mother. Dated this Nov. 28 A. 1>. 1905D "-
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in Memphis and Nashville.-Nashville! Territory, as extended to all .
*bu C WARDS.
had bet-n on a vteit to her.son.. The
Tenn.) Banner. I WeeklyCourierJournal ;'ta Public Land States by act of August As Administratrix HbUte 01 J. i*. Iviword decea V
l) I
r. Hend< rv>fi ->ed. 122(10 '
at Port Ta.mcity.
0 1 4, 1892! :: John D Robertson, of -
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-..ad11 fraternal ,
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( Headache. Ocala county (;f Marion, State (or > V
Sick
'lk wia u ,, M'HrlfUOn of Unto _- 1 I Territory), of Florida'has this day filed NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION V -" .:

8w s fir the continuation of This distressing ailment resultsa 1 I. -- in this office his sworn statement department of the ID tenor, tat tie aGatueaviile

\ZiSun munt favorite paper for an- disordered, condition of the stomach. 'V -And the- Good Money in Growing Large Wa No. 354, far tEe purchase of the.-East )U., ;Nuv 25. 1905. : V ,'
that is needed to effect a cure is a doseor VOTICE 15HEREBY GIVEN THAT' TRB .' -
1 tke fiscal >uar, He Mtys that the two of Chamberlain's Stomach and termelons.I one-half of the Southeast one-quarter. I' follow i g named fester has filed nottot of .

4ftbt: Liver Tablets. In fact the attack Ocala Banner Northwest quarter of Southeast, quartEr his intetrtiuon to make final proof in support itus V ,:""V,
arrow i he rtv r. who have : have been planting each
year and that. .id
claim
wilt > _
may be warded pIT, or greatly lessen- and Northeast quarter of South- proof L mad ke- : V
':(a1je ici<>ve ari fe ilnff quite un- ed in severity by taking a dose of fQr several years' from 70 to 100 fore Clerk Drcnit Court at Ocala, Pta ,on V ".'._V V
V \ve!>1. qu-rter of Section No. 5, in
*e.sy ,,'( tablets as soon "as the first January., /gu6t ,
'r lh* unsettled condition- these acres in Eden variety of Watermelons >
tbet symptom of an attack: appears. Sold Both Township No. 18 S. Range No. 20 E. viz:JOMrj.1. mith, of Summerield, Fla.Hd No. !
'-tlil.lIt': a>. the tree are now in ,.and have made good of
by all druggists. m I money and will offer proof to show that the 25463 Utheastqllarter southwest q.antr '
*' ** and toulhweft quarter southeast quarter eecI -
aad a slight cold Is liable to kill -- I >
every year. secured good : land sought is more valuable for its .I hon 28, township 17 south, range 23, east. ;

thl \'twulnc'rOf) and perhaps injure Mrs. Jake Brown to Give Party. Eden seed to begin with and haveimproved I timber or stone than for agricultural He names the following witnesses to prove U. '- ;
I I' One YearFOR
ib. tr ctmtinnous residence upon and cultivation of _
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eagbepbard them each year by selecting purposes, and to establish his claim said land viz: DeWitt Smith. of Oxford. HU. V

On Frfday afternoon Mrs. Jake my- seed from only large i to said land before Clerk Circuit cout Pack Morer of Summerfield Fia Sam Merer1

rllr ;: V onxj of Su-nmerneld, Fia R, D. Morer. of SuanerfieM ,
of her at Ocala Fla.
Watson of New York. Brown will entertain a number V and well shaped melons I have j Fla. '

r fame now Is known both north friends in a very pleasant manner for them dried in the shade which j I Monday, the 26th day of Feb.! 06. U I W G. ROBINSOX. Rtguter. 'V -

!' Ottth has arrived In Ocala and her mother Mrs. Levy ,of, Nebraska, will when properly planted always He names as witnessesTV. -, .
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I L. Brooks of Holder Fia. V '
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$1:50
,!at conduct a mill and factory sale who Is her guest for the winter. : come up as they are sound and L. W. Brooks, 6t Holder Fia. V NOTICE. : ':

.It, tfc* Variety store beginning Friday, "- full. I have 1500 lb!>., of choice I I S. P. Potter of Iverness Fla.
*n& Robert T. Alams who has been In the Circuit Court ot the Filth Judicial Circuit of 1
*IT. 2nd. Mr. Watson is quite Mr. Few people in the FUnited States-have seed to offer at 50c pfer lb. When I S. S-Ravage of Ocala, Fia. Florida in and for Marion County.-la Chancery. :

\,&tHsM with these sales and where spending the past ten days in Jack- not heard of the Courier-Journal. you send your order for seed and Any and all persons claiming adversely Arthur Lewis, Complainant vs. Elizabeth V V

I ** he conducts them once Is sure to sonville and on the east coast Is at wish me to do so. I will instruct the above described lands are Lewis, Defendant Service.-order For Constructor V V.
Democratic in all things, fair in all V V
s1.a ft second time. The one that be home again. Mr. Adams has been appointed you how to prepare, fertilize and requested to file their claims in this IT 13 ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT I

ry nduct for the Variety store he city ticket agent for the At- things, clean in all things, it si essen- cultivate Let your order come In office on or before said 26th day, of she is hereby named.required, tp-wit to: Elizabeth appear to Lewis the bill be aad ot

tit *"nnlftfod Coast Line at the Ocala House tially a family paper. By a special February 1906. this before
.., shall be his best and lantic at once. I ,sold the same kind, of V complaint cause on or V
held by enabled to offer W. G. ROBINSON. Register. Monday the jth day o/Ftbruaty, .&D. .
*' sive the people of this town office. This position was arrangement we are seed'over S. C.. Ga., and Fia, last I **
This notice must be published oncea I It is further ordered that a copy of this order
jMIe county a rare opportunity to pur- Miss Jessie Maughs for many years the Weekly Courier-Journal one year year which gave perfect satisfac be published once a week for eight consecutive -

-le latse mill and factory goods and is a very responsible one. and this paper for the price named tion. week for nine consecutive weeks In weeks in the Ocala Banner a newspaper published
I I a newspaper published nearest the in said county and state. I
Qt tl their This 14th. day 01 Nov. ,
own price. The Var- above.' Send your subscription for land and must also be posted in a 1905. -
(seal) S. T. SISTROKKBDWTC .
.oro should be crowded during Watermelon For Sale-1000 seeds.pounds W. P.select Moseley Eden, the combination to us-not to the I. FURHAN STILL conspiculous place in the land office SPKNCEE, Clerk CircnitCotu1:

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Mortal man _
Acquire the that gods them-
power ."'
: eelves fear We Sell -1ft
might
': Whence comes the magic that,renews ::: We SellARMOURS '_' < ,,' .' .... -. CHASE & S '
again & CO.'S ; BRAND
SEAL
The fleshly form of human beings '
kere? : STAR HAM .; i. COFFEES AND TEAS -..-
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and blood .
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Tt launch upon earth's wild, tumult- : < '. '

wous A being Hood destined to its endless 1- !:: .t .' ::,. : .: : ; ; : :. <" '
strife, ; < "
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unknowing clay? --- ': .- : \ ..' : .'.".'.:-.;-- ...
Are \we, though human, yet in part .
divine f- ... '( "Ili
Doomed to this lower world for buta >
day? "U '\
Ids thing that Is-that yesterday was : '

So not-fraught with hope, so burdened 1! J' IF WE COULD ti"

with despair ... ..
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Would' I lot could know 0 child, thy future -: ,; ':. ., ....
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treat God! the waves of fear' aboutme ......
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Ahnlghty God. If Thou canst hear iny tip ... -e
prayer. ---. .....
If Thou dost ever listen when we ....
call. .
M Thou art round about us like the
air, .
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Or throned In splendor far above us I -
all. TALK IT OVER WITH YOU .
Though Thy ear for, myself I may not claim '

Though I must wander through the .....
pathless wild.
Though I must know the power of

doubt Guide and and fear.protect, 0 God. through
life, my child; FOR HALF AN HOUR
For and every pain stroke that brings it grief

Mast find its echoes in my heart again.F. .
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l ence In court! the cry rang out, : .-. .
Over stout the, room; the voice of the judge -- \ *.

Bank Came'about echoing the out Jury upon quivered the street o'er :::: +: / : :;i'\c: -; ; : :, '-' :/'

the'prisoner's lonely seat, . ." .. .

:Iben Musking in sonorous the lawyers commanding pleas, of woe peal,,or ... .

: weaL We could show you'why house dealing I. 1
J* the! jury be spoke In warningsbold a exclusively :

Weigh well the pros and cans of this -fIE
case, as told! .
ft yourself in the place of the oth

Let justice, who is Love' hold the .: in .
scale for the prisoner. .
For den the reach key into to unlock your and hearts impart, ;. .
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truth, to the motive and the deed, .. .' G ROC E R I E S .
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Could you pierce the doubts about us t .
Bee with Faith, Hope's blessing here, /

You Under would sin's not curse turn, from. there do better its than :
by customers
hough pair! they fell in their blind des F can one carrying -

Could you read the. wounded heart of
pain

Would driving you them so brotherly to worse chide vice and another, line. We deal Groceries -4

: :Rather shame remember? forgiveness and we E a general in of all 3i '

forgive each other.
Gould know the and ,
you care crosses -41

r Crowded V HUently losses you knew, sadly around the fought the temptations,prisoner's day by, and day.way the, : kinds-of course the rule that holds for other


Weaving its spell of mystic pain, .. .-till.
Leaving on the life, Bins stain, .

Though Tou'd Laws mand.lamently the command.Life's prisoner sentence. plead, at guilty Love's at de I 'lines also holds for ours, viz: "Quality Governs tle) g


,roads have many tangled crossIngs .....

Joy. but a wail of woe, though we da "

We not Judge would uphold, so judge wrong-doing as our Father, mad,. L. Price. Let us quote you prices before you

And reap His blessing, ,Instead of c
cross: '
Remembering we 'too, must stand .
eternal, next order. ;
:Before our Savior's tribunal. place your .
And hear "with what measure ye . "
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Comes the righteous judgment from ',
God'a mercy seat. j .....
'The judge's chareg to the twelve is .
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Horrible stay the moment doom!! Joy and sorrow, .....- '- .,.. -. : -.' ., '-.,' :, .- ..; '-.:;.". ',., '! --. <" ->' ..' ., .: ':..:.."". --44
Almighty, help In this terrible strife, : __
Heed ye. the divine command, "Lovt r
one another," ;. ,. ., -44
And sorrow becomes Joy, at the good _h' ,. ;- .': '
for the prisoner. -M. P. .. '." -
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':!- gaged in a Joint debate the other '... ';.''.-. -. .. .'. '
Aay. We learn from the Atlanta .: '" 0 -':" -.
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Journal. Mr. Smith's newspaper that ;.. >, '- .- :.; ___ .
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after the debate Howell's friends ';. ; ..... -- '.' '',j.-
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wtpan. From the Atlanta Constitution.
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that only a small grease spot I I !' ,, :. '',_..; .
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overnor Vardeman of Mississippi, I -_--- -, .... ,. \--4-
eight to be able to tell us all aboutit. : .; -- .

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siren song of still another term. ..-.... We Sell :.. ,. ?z _
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TOL.40, NOe 34. ., OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY: FEBRUARY 2, 1906. I ONE DOLLAR A YEAR -

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Mr, and Mrs. Clark Give Party Resume of Society Events in Ocala ------- -------- "-- -.

I For Their Son and Daughter. the Past Week. '

i MONEY TO LOAN .


On Thursday: evening, January the The past week In Ocala society cir- -

Mr. and Mrs. William :les has been an exceptionally '
twenty-fifth. gay d'
I on8.1 l To Every Customer, Based on Business
, Henry Clark entertained at a large On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. I "

party In honor of their_son and new Hocker's musical for her sisters, Mrs.E. Responsibility. .

daughter-In-law. Mr. and Mrs. Benja H. Mote, of Jacksonville, and Miss


i min Howard Clark, whose marriagetook Hansbrough. ,of Elizabethtown. Ky., MUNROE & CHAMBLISS

place at Mexia, Texas, on the was a very delightful event and was ,

eleventh of this month. Mrs. Clark is BANKERS
largely attended
i a stranger in our city and her parentsinlaw -
took this deligntful way: On Wednesday, afternoon the meet- Ocala, Fla,Jan. 27, J906. .

ing of the Married ,Ladies Club with -- !1:4.:
i of introducing her to the young peo- 9
. Mrs, George K. Robinson and the
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ple of Ocala..
meeting of the Young Ladies Card i
I If Receiving'with the host and hostess At the Presbyterian Church Sunday.At .
f Club with Miss Sue Barco on Thurs- I
I were the bride and groom, and Mr.,and
t day afternoon were two very pleasant rpi9g
Mrs. E. C. Bennett, of Dunnellon and: the Presbyterian church Sunday
small parties that were much enjoyed.Mrs. .
Ii Mrs. E. L. Carney. musical
'night the special program
Clarence dinner
Camp's partyon
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i H1 > ; The young bride who is a very I
: ,: Monday night for Mrs. Mote, of I that had been arranged was beauti-
charming and attractive young wo
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Collier, of Tuscaloosa fully rendered.
r her of white
man, wore wedding gown
Alabama, and Mrs. E. L. Car-
and after
silk mull over taffeta silk, elaborate The church was crowded
ney's tea on Monday afternoon for We Have Now in Stock
! trimmed in lace and she made friendsof the congregation had been dismissed
Mrs. Mote were also particularly I

,: EXCLUSIVE AGENCYAT ious everyone manners.by her cordial. and grac- charming affairs. many were the expressions of delight the Most Complete Line of

The wedding of Dr. Smith and :Miss and pleasure heard about this lovely
Mrs. Mallory Liddon, Mrs. W. W. RINGS that Can Be Found
Maughs was a very prominent eventof and inspiring service of music. }
Clyatt and :Miss Eloysa Izlar assisted .
Thursday morning and on Thurs-
Mr. and Mrs. Clark in looking after Miss Bessie Bevenger of Dayton I Anywhere.
day night Mr .and Mrs. W. IL Clark's
POSTOFFICEDRUG their, guests. 'Ohio, who is a charming visitor to' a
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domino party for Mr. and Mrs. How- Call and See Them.

Over fifty guests were present and ard Clark was one of the most delightful Ocala for the, winter ;.vUb her aunt,

after they had all arrived the gameof
events of the season among the Mrs. Shuey, presided at the pipe or-
"forty-two" was played progres-
( STORE. young people and the tacky ball at gan. She is truly an artist and her
, sively. Forty-two is played with dom-
I the Armory Friday night was thoroughly i EIHF
rendition of Wagner's "Pilgrim's Chorus
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i e Inos and is a new game to the youn:

: OCALA, FLA. people of 'Ocala. All quickly caughton enjoyable.Miss ," as the prelude to the servicewas
, Sylvester's chafing dish partyon
' t to the game and it proved to be an exquisite.
Friday afternoon for Miss Mildred ,

i[ exceedingly Interesting one. There i Nurne, of Suffolk Va., was greatly I The beautiful swet tones of the .
were thirteen tables and eight gameswere
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-- enjoyed by the girls of the younger society Presbyterian organ responded to thefinger's
SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, Judge and Mrs. Richard played. When the scores were
McConathy crowd of the artist in a way that
Local Editor. counted It was found that the most
entertained a few friends at dinner This week will also be a pleasant left nothing to be desired. Miss Bev- Fred G. B. Weihe
[ fortunate ones in playing the new
one, socially, In Ocala. On Tuesday I enger's accompaniments were also excellent ,
; Saturday at the Savoy Hotel for Mr.
"/J FJ\lttOS ABOUT TOWN. game were Mrs. Clifford Anderson

1 John D. Buckalew, whose birthday an- and Mr. William D. Taylor. afternoon Mrs. Hood entertains for I and as a postlude she playedIn ,1 The Jeweler,

it Miss Collier and on Wednesday and a magnificent manner, "Wagner's
niversary was. ,
11 Leon Kishel la n e to spend the The former, was presented with a Thursday afternoons the regular meet- "Triumphal March. L .J
beautifully bound of Longfellow's
I copy
Uy with his parents.Dr. For Sale-The site now occupied by Ings of the card clubs wll be held and The anthem "Hark Hark My Soul" .
birthday Book and Mr. Taylor's prize
the 'Spoke and Rim Factory, con- the usual dance on Friday night. sung by Miss Mildred Nurney, Mrs.
was a pretty stick pin. Schooner Load of Furniture.The .
Eaton Lindner: of Anthony, was taining about seven acres. This is the Monday there is ji circus In town Harry Lapham Mrs. Robert Blake,
After the games a salad course and
'- i prominent young visitor in Ocala best location for any kind of manu- and in all probability there will be Messrs. W. C. Lindsay and A, E. Ge-
an Ice course was served on the small schooner Dellie, Captain Sweet-
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oa Monday. facturing plant in the city. Apply several small circus parties and on rig was the second number on the
tables in this morning from
and during the games delightful Ing, arrived port
.to W. C. Jeffords 2td-ltw-l-2S Tuesday night the "Oratorio" at the program after which Dr. Lindsay readas
home made candies Key West with a heavy cargo of fur-
were enjoyed.
Mr. E. W. Agnew who came from
up Presbyterian church will be of partic- the evening lesson the eighteenth
Lake Weir Friday returned home Sat- I This was one of the largest and niture consigned to the Dade county
ular delight to the music lovers of
Strayed or Stolen.-A Young setter chapter of Genesis. After the Gloria,
urdayafternoon pleasantest evening parties that has Furniture .Company whichVal
bitch, small and fat Color liver and Ocala.. 'prayer and hymn the evening offering
-.. ever been given in Ocala and the brought to the Island City by steamer
white named "Lu." Had collar and -- was taken up and as an offertory,
Capt James "Crlbbett, of Largo, wa: young people are Indebted to Mr. and from New York.-Miami Metropolis,
tag' marked G. M. 57. Information Clerk Carrier Examination.The "Rubenstein's Melody In F," was beautifully -
la Ocala Saturday on his way to Cot Mrs. Clark for a very happy evening. '
I leading to recovery will be rewarded. played on the violin by Mr.
Those Miss Ethel Drew, of Boston Mass.
ten I'lanLMr. present were Mr. and Mrs. B. I
Write Geo. :MacKay, Ocala, Fla 1-28-tf United States Civil Service W. W. Condon, accompanied by MissBevenger'at
who was spending the winter at St.
I H. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bennett announces -
Commission that there wil I the
E. O. Painter, of Jacksonville, I Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs. W. W. Clyatt organ. Augustine, while out horseback riding
Mrs. Rachael Roess and Miss Lillian be held a postal clerk and carrier examination Mr. Albert Gerig and Mrs. Harry
wu a prominent visitor to Ocala Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Liddon Mr. and Saturday was thrown from her horse
Roess arrived in Ocala Saturday afternoon at Ocala Florida Febru- Lapman then pang most delightfully,
urday.A Mrs. Clifford Anderson, Mr. and'Mrs. and fatally injured. Her death occurred
from Oil Cityr-Pennsylvanla, ary the twenty-fourth. 1906. All necessary "Just as I Am" the violin obligato
Will Gary Mr. and Mrs. Will Knight early Sunday morning at the
and are at the Savoy Hotel for the blanks can be obtained from being played by Mr.: Condon.
little son came to the home of Dr. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Helvenston. Dr. I Flagler hospital.
balance of, the winter., Mr. M. J. Roess B. F. Borden local secretary. The The pastor Dr. W. C. Lindsay tookas
aid Mr J. O. Buskin at Dunnellon
and Mrs. II.
W. Powers, Misses Eloyse
went up to Jacksonville to, meet his pay In an office the size of Ocala is his text, the eight verse of the
Mveral days ago. Izlar, Sue Barco. Mattie and Carrie : The John H. Sparks circus gave two
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mother and sister and accompaniedthem JS50 and $600 per annum 'respective- I eighteenth chapter 'of Genesis, "And
good performances_ in Ocala Monday
Williams Sarah
I McCreery, Ethel Rob-
ly. The of clerks from .
salary
to Ocala. ranges
butter and milk and the calf
he took
Mrs. .:. C. Welsh. of Cornell and. inson, Beatrice Sinclair, Allie Van one in the afternoon and one In the
$f00 to $1,000. which he had dressed and set it before
Miss Ella Fisher, of Shamokin Pa., Juhan, Mildred Nurney Valeta Por- evening. At both shows there were
Mr. Thomas Hoopes, of West Chester All applicants must stand a medical them, and he stood by them under the
rent Saturday in town. ter, Sara and Louise Harris. Pauline large attendances and every one wu
Pa, of the Hoopes Brothers & examination. The examination con- tree, and they did eat.
Sullivan, Esther Weathers Edna Dozier very well pleased with the perfor
Darlington Company, who own the sists of spelling arithmetic, letter
Dr and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter and The theme of Dr. LindSly's'talk was mance.
Annie Davis. Addle
Miss Viola Slaughter were in from Spoke and Rim factory in this city, Hansbrough. writing penmanship geography, readIng "How to Secure Angel's Visits," and

who has spent the past week enjoy Eloise Miller Bessie Porter, Mary Anderson addresses, etc. for twenty minutes he ,talked in a
Dellevlew Binding Saturday in Scala.Mrs. Mr. M. O. Cogglns. a well known
Messrs.
Emmett Cowden O. -
ing the pleasure of fishing, returnee ,
.I most pleasing style using his main
of killedIn
-- produce man Pittsburg was
OCala B. Howse, T. II. Harris, Osco and "Not Like Other Girls."
Joe Fort, widow of the late I Saturday. lllustral'on' the courteous treatment of Pittsburgh last Saturday by a bow
Guy Zewadski. H. A. Waterman, L. --
J" Fort, of Moss Bluff was a pleasant I --- the patriarch, Abraham to the thre falling on him. He was well btwn In
W. Duval, E. B. Duncan Will Taylor, All the mysteries: of electricity are
j A little girl to the home of
vUltor to Ocala Saturday. 1 I came strangers, who appeared at his tent Ocala.
Alfred Beck M. J. Roess, R. D. Ma- used and two electricians are carried
Mr. and Mrs. B. R Blitch at Blitch and proved. to be angels in disguise.
thews, J. H. Bell, John Sullivan E. with the production as effects are us-
Judge W. S. Bullock left Sundayfur ton Friday night Mr. Blitch is a His talk was Interesting and helpful Messrs. Bryan and Tank sly of
J. Crook, J. H. Workman. Stephen ed on the stage, under the stage, and
Key West where he will hold a member of the school board and is and was full of good lessons that all Ocala, who came to this city to enter
I Jewett L. F. Blalock, Harry Palmer, in the wings of the theatre. The 3rd
IeSIIlon 'of the circuit court for Judg very proud and happy over his new should try to follow. the Encampment degree of Odd Fellows -
Harry Walters and Harvey Clark. act opens with a thunder and light-
JB.Wall. daughter. The solo, "Unanswered," that was returned to their home Sun-
In the hall were displayed a large ning storm, in which all the elementsare
--- sung by Miss Mildred Nurney of Suf- day.-Gainesville Sun.
number of the wedding presents that vividly shown, torrents of rain
Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Hudson, of Hamilton
)fro B. Barnett, of New York son of folk Virginia, immediately after the -
were received by Mr. and Mrs. How- are falling, peals of thunder are heardin '
Georgia, are guests at the Ock-
Mr. Hat Barnett, of Fellowship, was sermon, was a rare treat. She has a Miss Mary Leak, of Lyneitburg. Va"
ard Clark at their wedding.A the distance, and flashes of lightn-
pending a few days in Ocala with lawaha Inn for the balance of the wIn- clear, full contralto voice and sings is in Ocala visiting her frk J. Mr,

.w sister, Mrs. Thomas Sexton. ter. Mrs. Hudson is a daughter of the ing flood across the skies, making a very beautifully and the people of Ed CarmichaeL %
coterie of prominent Ocala nava picturesque effect that has never yet
.- late Dr. E. C -.Hood and a number of Ocala are always delighted at the opportunity H
stores men spent Thursday In Jack- been seen on an American stage.
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During the past year there were years ago she and her husband resided of hearing her The Sun is getting to be.v*, a tl'
sonville, at the Aragon HoteL They Will appear in :Marion Opera House
Ml additions First in this county. with his
to the Baptis- After the hymn "Saved by Grace favors
were Messrs. J. W. Crosby, Charles V February 6.
church at Beaumont, Texas, L. the'benediction was pronounced by Dr. ,
Warren pastor. This sounds like B.1 I I The Fruitland Park correspondent in Miller, S. A. Rawls, R. S. Hall, andJ. Lindsay. "

the Leesburg Commercial says that W. Ward, Jr. John Moon was among the recent TO REMOVE ,
kings we used to hear from Ocala. J

Seuthern Baptist Witness. Mr. J. D. Robertson has bought the guests of the Ocala House. He first At the Baptist Church Sunday. FRECKLE and PIMPLES.IN .

Log Cabin lot at that place from Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hamrick of registered there thirty-one years ago. -

Jacksonville, are the He bought land Lake Weir and 10 DAYS, USE ,
guests of the lat- on
}f r. A. Frank returned home Saturday David Hammond and is putting up Rev. C. C. Carroll, the pastor,
ter's sister, Mrs. M. C. put out a and his visit here
from a business visit to Tampa. thereon several new buildings for his Looney. Whilein grove preached a very strong and forceful .IMADINOLA. .
Ocala Mr. Hemrick will was to take a at the and
endeavorto peep
While there he made arrangements for turpentine hands. grove esrmon Sunday morning from the for- THE COPLEXION BEA\-nIlB.
organize a lodge of the the lake. He was accompanied by
big sale to be conducted in that city Modern ty-ninth chapter of Genesis, the ninth

Messrs. C. C. CarrollI._ W. Hood, Maccabees. his little grandson.
by the Southern Mill & Factory Syndicate verse. He read the entire chapter. It

J. H. Livingston, Jr., and J. L. Smoak -
I was the story of Jacob calling his
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returned home Saturday from a week's 1 sons together at his bedside, when .

Miss Katherine Jackson: of Galnesllle ,- hunting trip in Gulf hammock. They t OURSPRIRG he was about to be gathered to his

Georgia after spending the week report fine sport and all had a big fathers.

with friends in Tampa returned to time. The preacher drew a picture of the zrL

Ocala Saturday and la again the guest home and especially of one like Jacob's __

tt her sister Mrs. I /The O. K. Grocery, Clark Brothers -
Henry Livingston.A GOODS where there were twelve sons. ,,R 4.
will begin
proprietors %
moving
Jacob told them of their weak and

large number of Atlanta fishertoen their stock into the ,store on Magnolia strong points. The; picture that Mr. ,> "')-

passed through Ocala Saturdayon street which Is being vacated this Are Arriving and We Need the Room. Carroll ,drew was a very strong and .-
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week Mr. Krasnoff.!. This is
their way home from Homosassa, by Perry a vivid one and the admonitions, he said L01.O..
larger store and''will afford the :Messrs. --- '.-
where they had been for a couple of
that Jacob at this trying hour, gave \J -

weeks In the party were quite a Clark better opportunity to display THE NEXT 30 DffYS to his sons hold good now and will : ''

umber of ladles. their large line of goods and on account hold good throughout all tiThe k'/

of their bus- THE NADINOLA GIRL

The Brobston- -Fendig real estate t iness they are compelled rapidly increasing to have more We will! sell all Winter Dress Goods, Un- in the strong lives of point his In son Jacob 'lfe!and of Formerly AderUcti and i iNADINUUt old ..

company of Jacksonville have : No change ia formate or packager The aomr
purchased room. that they\fewed/;X od and
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Judah
was \_ h oul ha*been changed to v\,*dcoa/u fc*.e* we
12,000 acres of land near Pa- derwear Sweaters Etc. at greatly reduced were obedient ,to his jCtm 1= s..s.;, cannot afiord- to hare N valuable p* f*..tmCOQfused

latka and will build a new town there. Mr. Perry Krasnoff will begin movIng Mr. Carroll enteredAta,\h b tge with any other.
AWNOLA u guaranteed,ao4 BMMHrir will U
The name of the new town has not his goods tomorrow, and will ship I sons N refunded ia every case .where WH to remove .
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life and said that
ket prices. Now's time'forBARGAINS Jakob;: : heckles, pimple. luer pU*. ceSaf d>*>
been announced. The timber them to Summerton S. C. where he your '
,- on were like the average fatheVluadSQiuof : colorabotaMaltowaeM, sue t+., black head,

the land will be sold at once and the 1 I will engage in the mercantile busI- today and that human1a1ur" "in twenty dufifuraing day*.ernptton l arethekladear, etc The M.ratcases,saft.healthy ia

lands then developed for trucking purPoses i ness. During his residence in Ocate ,! ] biblical. times and in'' -all ifaies".and ., and restore the beauty of youth.
Sold H
Price socand Si.a ta each city fey>> *
It is the intention of the : Mr. Krasnoff has built up a splendid in all countries is about the. same but leading druggut.or by mail.

owners to place the land in excellent business but has decided to move further what made Jacob and Judah. great. Prepared only byNATIONAL

condition for the raising >f celery and I north near his old home. He is and what has made men- great in all TOILET CO.

'lettuce, which is now grown so successfully a pleasant gentleman to do business Helvenston Pasteur Co. times, is their obedience to God and 1 Paris Tenn.

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; : ,<-"'. -" --,, E. HEART. TO HEART TALK. M'INTOSH-NEWS NOTES. Tent* Meetings-at 'Blitchton. DAVID ) & WOODROW,

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_ ; WE JUST WANT THE EAR OF OUR WEEKLY: SUBSCRIBERS Sam Means jr.. of Spartnburg, S. Special to the Ocala Banner REAL ESTATE-
two weeks a body of -
For the past
FOR MOMENT., C. Is visiting his uncle, Captain Sam

..P c. WE WANT TO SAY TO THEM THAT WE HAVE CAREFULLY Means, and als) Dr. George Means the members of the "Church of God" Room J2, Postofficc Block, Ocala, jZEdUTI'

and J. W. Means, his cousins. have been conducting a series of meetings i
REVISED OUR SUBSCRIPTION LIST AND IT TALLIES EXACTLY .
J. M. Jones and Mrs. T. D. Jones at Blitchton. Much interest has PROPERTY OH PUBLIC SQUARE
q WITH OUR SUBSCRIPTION BOOK. NOTWITHSTANDING HOWEVER .
in these meetings and ,
1 \. and little son. Nelson arrived from been manifested '*
""c 'J THE PAINS WE HAVE TAKEN THERE MAY BE SOME Mt Sterling, Ky., last week, ten days during the two weeks there have been The two story brick house on this property must be removed and it
ft stands. The corner lot with 35 feet frontage ..
'-, : ERRORS. IF' SO, THEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY CORRECTED. later than was reported. Mrs. Jones thirteen additions to this new faith. will be sold cheap as
.a ? ; of the 'the public square is still unsold.
ONE WORD MORE. 1 wil go to Micanopy Monday to place Saturday morning eight new
herself under treatment of Dr. Mont ; converts were Immersed the other
WE HAVE JUST PURCHASED A NEW,' UP-TO-DATE, MER- ZEBUTT PfrOPERFY ON MAGNOLIA ST. and NORTH FIRST ST
f ', go ery. five belonging to the Baptist church
r GENTHALER TYPESETTING MACHINE AND SINCE DOING SO
No preaching at of the churches and already had been baptized and
a any The North west corner lot 29 feet facing Magnolia street and 84 fet :
ONE OF, OUR EXCHANGES IS KIND ENOUGH TO SAY THAT today. Rev. Gray preaches next Sun- cleansed from sin. on North First street, facing the Government Public Building site Is still

", OUR PAPER HAS BEEN IMPROVED ONE' HUNDRED PER CENT. day at the Methodist church and,Rev. Of the eight that were baptized unsold, also the lot Immediately south of It 28 feet by 84 feet '
s WE WANT OUR SUBSCRIBERS TO ASSIST US IN MAKING- IT A White at the Christian church. It Saturday one was a member of the

seems one should have been here Methodist church and three were Bap- OCKLflWAHA AVENUEThe
STILL BETTER PAPER. I
today and one next Sunday. tists and were Immersed for the sec- I
; t YET ANOTHER WORD. E. C. Hutchinson went duck hunt- ond time. They were Miss Himes the lot known -as the Phiibrick lot on the south side of this avenue

J WE PURCHASED THIS MACHINE ON THE INSTALLMENTPLAN ing on Orange Lake last week. The assistant teacher at the Fellowship between the residence of Mrs. Austin and Mr. T. B. Snyder Is for sale. "

AND STILL OWE ON IT OVER THREE THOUSAND DOL- floating island he was stationed on school Mrs. Baldwin, Lillie Richard, This Is a large lot having 140 feet frontage and being 244 feet deep and U
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would not stand still, and consequently and H. B. Brooks. well above the level of the. street. '

_ I LARS.THIS Mr. Hutchinson was not found until Miss Pearl Sandifer, of South Carolina -
,IS A LARGE SUM OF MONEY BUT THE MACHINE IS "
after dark. Though as brave as, Ethel Smith, of Berlin, Clifton "WOODM R, LfflE WEIR.
WORTH EVERY CENT OF IT. -.
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"the boy who stood on the burning Richard and Mrs. H. B. Brooks had '
IF OUR SUBSCRIBERS WILL KINDLY MAKE AN'EFFORT I have a small furnished cottage for rent ;at this beautiful resort
deck church
p- he was still at his post, Mr. never been members of any .

cSi TO MOVE UP THEIR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO JANUARY, THE FIRST, Cox, his companion, who had the boat were among the number baptized. Terms on application.

I NINETEEN HUNDRED AND 'SEVEN, THEY WILL HAVE THE and was to scare up the ducks, man- Those who united with the churchof SUCpR HE MMOCK PLANTATION Of 500 ACRES AT MARTIN.Is .
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aged to find Mr. Hutchinson just before God and were not baptized were
CREDIT OF BUYING THIS MACHINE FOR US.
a rescuing party reached him. Thomas J. Sistrunk, G M. Richard. '
:; for rent for this year. This property Is suitable for pasture or wil
FRIENDS HELP US OUT AND WE PROMISE ON OUR PART
his melodious yells hav'pg alarmed the J. L. Smith and his daughter, May subdivide to suit tenants.
TO GIVE YOU THE BEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED citizens from Orange lake to Board- Smith of Berlin .
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Y' IN FLORIDA. man. Mr. Hutchinson says he would The Church of God never turns -_-

i REMEMBER THE OCALA BANNER IS FORTY, YEARS OLD. rather sell goods than duck hunt, especially members out of their church as their
if he has to be left on 10x12 names are enrolled In Heaven when
MAKE IT HAPPY ON ITS FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY.
plank on a 4x6 island.S. they unite with this denomination.They Ocala Furniture Conpny.
H. Gaitsklll made afiying business do not believe in doctors or med-
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TO J GAITERVIU-E ITEMS. Miss Smith, of Macon, Ga., is stop- God. .
CORRESPONDENTS:
ping with her friend, Miss Artie Bald : #-
I Special Coresponde Ocala Banner: win. I WHY NAT ADAMS RESIGNED.

All Communications must be Our little community is progressing* Alberfc Miller, son of D. A. Miller and -- There is Nothing Too Good For You

nicely at present. The cold waves of formerly of Ocala, but now of Birm To the Editor of Ocala Banner:

in 'oy Wednesday aftereoon to I the past week went by without ser- ingham. Ala., with Hampton Chambers Jasper, Fla., Jan. 23, 1906.

ious Injury and the frowns they cau of Ocala, were calling on merchantsfor The dispatch sent out from Tallahassee

appear in current issue of I ed are giving away to benignant orders the past week. relative to the resignation of That's a broad statement, but it h Ids good, for you will surely regret

smiles, which always bring happinessto I Captain Sam Means and his nephew Hon. Nathaniel Adams from the buying cheap furniture. Now that does not mean that you

Weekly. their possessors. I Sam, took in Ocala and the famous "Board of Control" does not state should pay an exhorbitant price for your goods, and if you would

Oat planting Is over and our farmers Silver Springs the past week. half the truth, as to his reasons for know where you can get the best goods at lower prices than you

CANDLER ITEMS. say they must have their farewell Mr. Ovear, ,of Sparta Ga., is visit- tendering his resignation, and does are paying some other place.Smith }

hunt before beginning preparationsfor Ing his daughter, Mrs. C. W. Hamilton that gentleman an injustice by snaking -

Special Correspondence Ocala Banner. sowing other crops. of this place. it appear that his preference for

Warren Holtzclaw, of Macon, Ga., 1. Miss Cecile Stokes was the victim Mr. Weddell, of Alabama, is visit- the location of the University at Lake
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Is here on a visit to his mother and I of a fever for the past week, but is ing his friend, G. W. Fellewllen.Mr. City was his only reason for resign- ,

will spend the winter In Florida. -ipidly recovering. Ramble and family, of Barnes-
ing.That
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Mr. Holtzclaw, is a m>>tit>er of the firm 1 I Mrs. H Morrison and children, of ville, Ga., are stopping at the hotel de the people may know all the will tak pleasure In showing you the best goods at the lowest

of Holtzclaw & Curd coal operators I II I East Gaiterville, were visiting relatives Baldwin. truth, and as an act of justice to Mr. price Everything the furniture line at consistent prices.
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at Macon Mo. here the past week. Rev. C. M. Gordon, Presbyterianstate I Adams, his friends will be glad if you UP'r- T
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Mr .Oliver T. Lukens, of Chicago, The recent rains have caused a great evengelist, was home with his I will publish his letter of resignation in
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Ill. arrived last week and will spend rise In the river which gives the ferryman family the" ,past w ek. full a copy of which is enclosed here- .
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sometime at Candler. extra work, and which does not Truckers are all jubilant over the with. Now Open For The Season. .

R D. Demeter of Macon, Mo., arrived increase the smiles on his beaming present vegetable market, everything Very truly yours, o

last Saturday and is the guestof countenance these cold mornings.Mrs. bringing good prices. JNO. M. CALDWELL. Io I 0

MIL Belle Holtzclaw. T. W. Robertson is visiting The orange trees are putting out White Springs, Fla., ,Jan. 5, 1906. II THE OCALA HOUSE I '

Mr. Frank Mathews. of Ocala was relatives in Jacksonville. bloom buds rapidly, and prospects now I 'on. N. B. Broward, Governor, Tal- I 0

down last week on a visit to his bro- Mr. William Hocker, of Ocala accompanied are for a very heavy crop in this sec- lahassee, Florida. 0 I '

ther, John Mathews While at Cand I I I I by his uncle, Mr. McGovel, tion. Dear Sir-The State of Florida, 1 OCALA FLORIDA. 0
ler Frank went out quail hunting a of Kentucky passed through Gaiter- has, at Lake City broad grounds and

few times, but he says they fly toe vllle last week enroute to the former's Is It a Public Road? ample buildings, which. with slight, o Large' Airy, Well Furnished Sleeping Rooms I

tact for him. orange *grove some miles up the river, inexpensive Improvements would meet Tables Supplied with Everything in Season. 0I
Quail shooting is very good around I i and to enjoy themselves with a few To the Editor of the Ocala Banner: her requirements for University pur- 0 I

hero and hunters are out every day. I I days hunting and fishing. In asking for space in /the columns poses for generations to 'vune. I Splendid Drives-Only five miss' from the famous Silver Springs Q

Orange growers have shipped most I i The debating club met last Friday of your valuable paper please permitme The State of Florida ,has thousands o Easily accessible from all parts of the states ,

of their fruit and are getting very '. night and discussed the following to introduce a new and important upon thousands of children of school I

raMl prices for same. i|I subject "Resolved.that the horse, is subject. age that are annually denied a thor- ORATES: 75c. to $ 1.50 per day. oi

The ladles here .are getting the of more benefit than the cow?" Many This, however may be consideredby ough common school education for 1 Weekly Rates, American Plan on Application o,
I some void and without foundation want of funds and facilities.
hunting craze and say they are goingto good speeches were made on both
beat the'men shooting quail. Miss sides. The debate lasted for aboutan but if viewed from the proper standpoint The State of Florida spent be- O Write for Descriptive Pamphlet I II

Brittle WcClalm was out last week and hour. The decision was left to I believe it will be found worthyof tween $200.00 and $300.00 on each I D. C. EDWARDS, Prop C. M. WHITESIDE, Manager II _

bogged five quail and shooting every ,the judges and they decided two to consideration.The student who took a Collegiate or University 0 I

one on the wing. That Isn't bad for I one In favor of the negative. question suggests itself to my course last. year and spent, -0-0-0-0-0-0-00-0-0-0-0-0-0-

w beginning.Mrs. The subject for the debate next Friday mind: Must the mail road continuein I am advised, less than $5.00 each on

avtd MarksofTs child Is very night is as follows: "Resolved:. its present condition, or shall it her children who were entitled to E.. C. Smith.
rick and Dr. Van Hood,' of Ocala that it was right to frn the negroes." be declared a public road and receive common or free school privileges. C. V. RoUrU

was railed In tuuultaUon_ with !>r.1 Preaching at the Cedar Grove the rights and privileges as such? I do not believe that the State SMITH & ROBERTS.

JItnry, attending physician.GRAHAMVILLE.. church next Sunday which will be followed Can there be a more public road should abandon splendid and ample

t I by quarterly meetings Mondayand than one which twice dally bears the buildings and valuable lands, suited Funeral Directors mi Licensed Embal)ers
4 I Tuesday. United States mail to its destination? to. and now. being used for
univer-I I
I UNCLE JOK. Shall the logs now across it continue sity purposes and needlessly, my LATEST METHODS. BEST GOODS WORK QUARANTESD.

Mr, und Mrs.JIt. Randall and --- across it and cause travelers loss of judgment, spent a vast sum, approaching Telegraph orders receive prompt attention and embalming done anywhere ,:

children spent Saturday and Sunday I MARSHVILLE ITEMS. time In surrounding them and which a million dollars to build a new on short notice. ,

_lth Mr and )Irs. Noah Waldron at may delay the arrival and departureof University and let the children 'to
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Jack Frost made his fourth call on We are having pleasant weather.It And must the roots. still be permitted educate be neglected.

u* Monday Ills visits have been so is almost too wet for the farmers to stay in the ruts and necessitatean If, we had no suitable buildings and

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art putting on buds for bloom and hicles when they could so easily be children of our common .schools at
Mrs Henry Hogan has been extremely -
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the n.., ers that have been exposed I sick but we are glad to say removed and in their places filled a the same per capita that we spend ..' "...-.

to th t-WMtl\f'r hue not ceased bloom- she is rapidly improving. There Is shovel full of earth, which would polishing in the University, those who

tar i quite a lot of sickness in our little make travel more comfortable? have a thorough common school edu- S e keep a fail rtok of I

Tb ....lIHr. Alligator. left Thurs-i j community. -- The road in question is a part of cation, 'the State might be justified in LOOK FOR id Joe, .

dy for I.Matmrg.ilr Miss Nannfe Martin of Anthony, is the road between the GaltervilleHeidtyille -and the expenditure necessary for a new e THE SEAL

.. Lint LMC and children at- visiting relatives here. postoffices and has, been in University. e old Harevst _

tpmtal church at Fort King Sunday.Mr. What's the matter with Grahamville use ever since the removal of the of- It;..is manifestly unfair, alike to the _

B. L. Hfokman has a fine gar- and Connor? Why do not items from fice. tax-payer and the school children, to o Old McBrayer '

den of KngtWi Leas I, those places appear In the Ocala This article is not written with any be taxed $5.00 for each child in the (; .
Mark
Mr. .ndMr*. Torn Randall son Banner? ill feeling toward any of the road com- ,common schools and $500.00 'for each 0&'lrs
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s 1.on n if. sad Prank I,'mg are on a I Mrs. B. A 'Harper returned home missioners, but Is'written for information University student.Entertaining o
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tanui hunt tfcte week. last Monday these views, which ,
Mia PtMtnta Marlow and little .sis-'j We have no objection to offer con- seem' at verlance with the 'prevailing G

t.r, Rona. returned Monday from their Is a Citra Boy. cerning the regular public roads save sentiment of the joint boards viz, the C. Mt. Vtrnon, .

visit to Dartoaa and lUrbarville.... They A highly refined lady from New Jer- the road known as the Stokes ferry I "State Board of Education" and the e .

trail'l.lt'tl attending the .auto races at sey, who was taking her invalid mother road which could be made very much 1 "Board of Control,'" and being unwilling Ciscada and

Ormond but the inclement weather o'n j j jwa to Hampton Springs yesterday, was better with very little work. It has,I to lend my endorsement, by serv- -

Tuer Jay so discouraging they re-I I heard to remark that Conductor Harris only a, few logs across it and only I ing in an official capacity, when the : : Hhar High I

tried in Barbfrvtile. I I of the Florida Railway, was one one washout, near the ferry. I duties devolving upon me would seem -
Mr. K4 Moorman and bride visited I I of the most courteous and obliging Hoping this article will be read by to demand my acquiescence in the o .

Mr. anti Mr W 4*. Moorman Sun- I railroad employees she had met in those interested in the subject and I' views entertained by the majority, I e. t. Il4Ut. Hi$ Vi-ici//, .
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u.u' Florida. She was right. A more who favor the good roads movement, beg to tender herewith to you, Gov- e -- ---'- ---- .-- -. ---
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-- -- '' thorough gentleman never pulled a bell I am, Very, truly, ernor, my resignation as a memberof
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cord than E. J. Harris and Frank UNCLE JOE. i _"The State Board of Control," and M p # r .
GENUINE RATTLESNAKE 1 Drew will have no other kind of peo- I respectfully request its acceptance.I tir 'H U oil frie-il! or a + .&-F.1 ..

ple In his ,employ.-Lh'e Oak Democrat Frightfully Burned. I have the honor to be with great Q) 1 Y')1t131i13jitin>> ilD3. I I
WATERMELON 3j! rjtlf far pin with a ,
1 Chas. W. :Moore, a mechanist, of respect G -y .
Ford City Pa, had his hand Yours very truly, ., :Hn It 'ti4)rill w'1t..i' it3 "

SEED : r'. Big Show Coming.I frightfully. He burned applied in Bucklen's an electric Arnica furnace NATHANIEL ADAMS.Cole bi-m, 3J).:'3. Iri j'i; ;7p 3 .

Only Pure Strain in United States. I\ JJ Salve with the usual result: "a quick I b.-nltei, \VHUt, e+0. Wet = I

Carefully select**!. Kept pure i ,. : tft: Roge Colossal Show and perfect cure." Greatest on earth & Rogers' Railroad Shows. vIH; pii yes u;> a due or j'i .
thirty-nve years. No other 1 sJl xbbit_hele In' for burns, wounds, sores eczema"and '
variety grown on plantation of ,1{ "j x #dit+ 1February 9. piles. 25 cts. at Tydings & Co.s We wish to say that the time will I) m3raglut biStlaj to oust .
f store. soon arrive, when the citizens of j'lit say '
1.100 acres. Pure seed Impossible drug m our enjrjjajlej aai: ,
where different varietiesare I l tissti" .rouis 'composed of first town will have a real live treat. From t 1 ,
crown. .. ieVasdj# Female Performers, :Mrs. H. G'. the fact that Cole & Rogers' Show 1.)1'11 mi "g broka" k '( ,,
1 oz. lie; 3 oz. 20c; 4 oz. 35c; dad'(t mnyiClowns, are the best McDavid. her daughter will exhibit here on eithar plyin; for the g31 I 11; _... .
1.: lb. COc; 1 lb. $l.O5 Ibs. on>tho',toad; ,, Mrs. Frank Dorse)', 'and her charming t Friday, February 9. giois we -
IUO; 10 lb... $&O.. delivered. ..(_Tha *1 ns -Qf this show In every guest Miss Mabel McCreedie, of Mi- According to press notices from J'. supply. } ;
Remit registered letter, or 'citand'tovtntn'w'hich it has pitched other towns where
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canopy were pleasant |
money order. Send for seed r. % XrA'41"its visitors to our shown it is ,- i iOC0LA ii
i tenfs. have' been highly pleased : I a noted fact that the
Annual Manual on Melon office Friday afternoon, having come show is of the best ever given in this I
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Culture given with each order. The Acting to watch our new linotype section of the country. They have .
machine
M. I. BRANCH is Supe1-ban'd is interesting to the with them the best troupe of Lady

Celumbio Co. Berzelia, Ga. I Old and" Young alike. callers.operate. They were, very welcome !. and and Gentlemen High-wire Acrobats Performers Gymnasts we have I I HOUSE WINE ROOMS. : jU

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I I I Mrs. Hood's Mrs.Beautiful Colli.r.Reception foe: I THE HOLY CITY. i !


I II I : Oratorio at the Presbyterian: Church. COMING COMING ; ;

Between the hours of four and six Beautifully Rendered.At .
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some hume of Mrs. E. Van Hood was the Presbyterian church Tuesday

ome MadeHave I. thronged with fashionable, beautifully night the Holy City, an oratorio by I COLE & ROGERS : ,

gowned women to pay homage to one r
Alfred R. Gaul, was beautifully ren- "
f of Ocala's most cultured women and
dered by local talent. The proceeds of -
her charming daughter, Mrs. William

Alexander Collier ,ot Tuscaloosa, Ala- this entertainment are to be devotedto ",
cake muffins and bis- '
your tea bama. the pipe organ fund of the Presbyterian '

At the door pretty Miss Nellie Gott- church.Mr. RAILROAD SHOWS
cuit home-made. They will be fresher
lieb, attired all in pink from the ,bow Albert E. Gerig had charge of I : -

on her hair to her dainty pink shoes,
[cleaner more tasty and wholesome. the oratorio and was an excellent director -
took the cards and as one entered the ," ,

hall of this lovely home, each way that and Miss M. B. Wartman pre- "
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Royal Baking Powder helps the house ;
one looked a scene of much beauty sided at the organ playing all of the < ,
WILL EXHIBIT AT .
was disclosed. The hall was beautifully accompaniments. .

, | wife to produce at home, quickly and eco- decorated in palms and graceful ,
At the last moment Mrs. George R.

nomically fine and cake the raised bamboo and the' ladies receiving in McKean, who was to have sung the iI i i l !'. .i -
tasty this room were Mrs. R. A. Burford,
leading soprano part, was too ill to !
Mrs. N .1. Gottlieb, Mrs. W. K.NZe- I : A L A ,
'-. hot-biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer- WadskI and Mrs. J. B. Cutler. In the sing, so Mrs. W. A. Collier, of Tus-i I \_/ \- J .

caloosa, Alabama, very kindly con :
rear of the hall Miss Mattie Williams :
cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and sented to take her parts. Mrs. Collier ,
and Mrs J. C. Koonce served punch I .
has an unusually lovely voice, and it

muffins with which the ready-made food .1 from a prettily decorated punch bowLIn was a great pleasure to the people of 'I
the drawing room every thing Feb.
.. Ocala to hear her. The other soprano I Friday 9fh. !
was exquisitely fresh and springlikeand .
found at the bake-shop or grocery does I very pretty was the arrangementof singers were Mrs. IL H. Lapham, Mrs. j I l

J. E. Chace, Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs. j i
the ferns .nd flowers. On the man-
tot I A. E. GerIg, Miss Sara Whitfield, Mrs.
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compare. tel were vases of pink carnations and A .
I H. Johnson, Mrs. G. C. Pasteur and grand consolidation containing an assembly
this was the predominating color note
Royal is the of bake-day helps. Miss Mary AndersonThe

greatest i throughout the room. Receiving with alto parts were taken of earth's most startling representation. Ar- ,- :
Mrs. Hood and Mrs. Collier were Mrs.C. .

E. Powell, of Lexington Ky.. Miss by Mrs. Robert G. Blake, Mrs. acts and exploits introduced by the best -
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YOU. L. B. Smith, Mrs. D. E. McIver, .

Addle Hansbrough, of Elizabethtown Mrs. A. L. Izlar, Mrs. W. A. Goin and lady and artists and the funny '
--I Ky., and Miss Mildred Nurney, of I gentlemen :
the tenors were Messrs A. E. Gerig,
SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, Mr. O. C. McIntosh Suffolk, Va. II I
went to
Tigner up i clowns the best the road and
G. W. Martin and R. D. Mathews. are on
Local Editor. In the music room, which was very .
Sunday and returned home on Messrs. G. A. Nash, C. L. An-
cosy and attractive in its tones of red
Monday afternoon 1 derson, Dozier Leitner, J. J. Gerig, troupes of educated and performing I
and Christmas bells
ABOUT TOWN. holly, red roses
CJ1KMKGS D. S. Woodrow, and W. S. Pike sang
being effectively used with the bamboo
Mr. W. V. Newsom has returned bass.

home from BellevIew, where he had and other even greens. The tenor, contralto, soprano and I ELEPHANTS, LIONS. HORSES.
brides of
three
IB Miss Mamie Stovall has been quite In this room lovely
'. bass solos and the quartetts, trios and I I J .
.<.k for several days. been for a couple of weeks. this season were receiving, Mrs. B. H. '

Clark, Mrs. W. H. Powers, and Mrs.E. I duets were all well sung and the'1 PONIES, D JGS, MONKEYS, r 1
chorus work I
was exceptionally
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Mr. Will Tuten farmer, cattle growl Mrs. J. J. Mixson, of Williston, Is the T. Helvenston who were introduced !' I ,
\ comprising as it did most of the best
l [ and prosperous citizen' was in guest of her daughter Mrs. Arthur to the guests by Mrs. S. T. Sid- j i I Are A Feature, '
singers in our city. '
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I It was a musical evening of very
Throughout the afternoon musIc'
great pleasure and the large audience DON'T FAIL TO SEE TOPSY.
of .
Newcomb Barco,
and .Mrs. Grover Metcalf, of Jacksonville, was rendered by a stringed band,
present were exceedingly pleased with
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Cotton Plant were in Ocala Tuesday which was concealed from view by a s
formerly of this city, but who is nowa the rendition of this beautiful ora- The War
Great Boer Elephant and the who
OB a shopping tour. bower of palm leaves. Lady Fights
travelling salesman spent Sundayin torio. -
the Lion.
After being introduced and cordially ;

Mr. and Mrs. Perry Krasnoft left Ocala. welcomed the guests were asked Into -
An Old Timer.
Tuesday night for Summerton, S. C., -- the dining room by Mrs. William I
James Crlbbett, of
Capt. Largo
wfcere they will reside In the future. Hocker and Mrs. D .E .McIver.
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spent Sunday in Ocala. The captain'sOcala We had a most agreeable call Tues 13 EXHIBITIONS 3 : i ii
At the serving table, which was ex- MONSTOR
friends are always greatly day from Captain! F. H. Lytle. of Stan-
Buy your Fertilizer. or Fertilizer quisitely lovely, Mrs. Clarence Camp,
Miterials. of Lang. Swartz & Co., pleased to see him. ton, on Lake Weir. I I __ __
agents for the Sanders Fertilizer Co., beautifully gowned In lavender chiffon ,
Jacksonville, Flan I with large white picture hat presided j The captain, in his younger days
Mr. S. Rosin of Arcadia, is in Ocala Under
i Huge Clouds of Canvas with all new and strictly first
with much grace and the young ladles and in the palmy days of the Farmers j I I i
>Sheriff Gordon has an eye for the for a few days assisting Mr. Kras-
I i time features. Come and all Come
}f. prepared to
assisting her were Misses Bessie and 1 one enjoy .
b8&utiful-he is keeping the public noff in getting his.goods ready to ship Alliance, was called, the "game cock"of t
Marguerite Porter, Alta Pearson EdI I I it all. Two Performances, 2 and 8 p. m. Doors :: ,
them to South Carolina.
in good shape. Marion county and the title w'as i
square ;
-- na Dozier and Pauline: Sullivan all of j open 1 and 7 p. m. Don't miss the Grand Free \.
whom in white. well earned and well deserved. Though _
were
Mr. Ulmer, the well known Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and Street Parade at 12 o'clock.
Misses Leta Camp and Mary Bur- little, like the late Joe Wheeler, he -
merchant, is visiting his friend, little daughter came home Monday
ford presented to each guest a bouquetof is game and is one of the blue hen's
MY. M. Strauss. afternoon from a week's visit.to :MI- I :
violets as a souvenir of the afternoon chickens.

ami, Palm Beach and Ormond. Captain Lytle was born on the anniversary I REMEMBER DAY AND DATE! '
Mr. Asher }Frank 'of the Southern
In the center of the table on a large i' of Jackson's' birthday and
Hyndlcate and Factory Company, went Miss Mabel McCredie has returnedto .
reflector square. was a cake of Ice', in the year in which this famous democrat *I
down to Brookville Tuesday. Micanopy, after a visit in Ocala -
surrounded by cotton powdered with | was inaugurated president of --
with her aunt, and cousin, Mrs. H. I
silver! dust to represent snow and the United States and although not ;i I vlJoI:.__ i.....,-.... :
For Sale-My home and lot knownu G. McDavid and Mrs. Frank Dorsey. II t111I
the Reardon place situated on'Ock- -- crowning the ice were large bunchesof much of a Jackson democrat, he says (; CAPITAL ,

lawaha avenue, for particulars add. malagar grapes and frosted leaves he saw a great deal of Jackson and 'I II
W. Jeffords.. City or Mrs. K. Orr, Mr. O. C. Tigner is now in the shoe I $50,000.00
and at each corner of the table wasa attended his funeral. '
1110 End at., Louisville, ,Ky. 123t. department of the H. B. Masters store. I
bunch of the grapes an-1 leaves and j When Captain Lytle became a pop- !
where he will be delighted to welcomehis President, T. T. Munroe.
a candle stick, while encircling the ulist ht was a populist straight and '
For Sale--The site now occupied friends and to supply them with, k Vice-President, Z. *". Chambllsn.Cashier .
table was a border of the frostel cotton uas been a populist ever :since and bej j
by the and Rim factory, containing -
Spoke fashionable foot wear. J. B. Brooks.CENTRAL. I
t The effect of this novel decor- ing a populist he has never participated J
about seven acres. This Is the
ative idea was unusually lovely and in any other primary except a :
best location for any kind of manuMacturing'plant Mr. Ben Condon. who is now stationed .
in way Mrs. Hood's reception populist one. lIe says he never be- ]
every.
In the city. Apply "to at Tampa with the A. C. L., E
was a beautiful and a memorable one lieved in riding two horses. nor sitting !
W. C. Jeffords. It engineering corps, spent Sunday at i
to the ladies of Ocala. ,, on two stools because the feat is dan-I ,
home. He was accompanied by his D NATIONAL BANK
Mrs. Hotzclaw and Messrs. Fred friend Mr. Boyd. On this occasion some notably hand- gerous and very few can perform the iacvIth j ,

.askill and Warren Holtzclaw were in some gowns were worn. Mrs. Hood's any degree of cleverness. J OF OCALA
,
Ocala from Candler Tuesday Miss Mary Davenport of Chattanooga lovely dress was crepe de chene the j The captain says he is feeling the | r _

Tenn., a very attractive and color of ashes of roses and trimmed < weight of years and is not the "game C

with real lace. Her flowers were pink cock" he once was.' lIe renewed his
Miss Florence Crook, of Palatka, is charming young girl will arrive in I DIRECTORS.'

tte guest of her sister. Mrs. Albert Ocala soon to spend several weeks roses. subscription to the Ocala Banner and II

Mrs. Collier particularly lovely said that when he is to his
was gathered
Oerig for a few weeks. with Mrs. Charles V .Miller. : S. Hall
Christian R.
K.
J.
In a black net gown with a beau farthers, he wants this paper to be

Mr. and :Mrs. Kirchner of Cincinnati Mr. Walter Clifford-Earp. of Eng- tiful .black velvet bolero elaborately among his household gods, as it has. I Geo. Mackay T. T. Munroe I -
Ifc A. Ford Z. C. Chambliss.
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. land, won the Minneapolis trophy, embroidered In gold and her flowers been a visitor to his home for something i .

dward Holder and are at the Ocala Saturday in the, hundred mile race. were white roses. !I like a period of thirty-one years. .

Jtousa. Time, 75 minutes, 40 2-5 seconds, Mrs. Powell was very pretty in a' I lY=: .. ,, .11
'_ x-' ::' c'-= ="" ""' "" "'30:'::>m.-- '" """"'
smashing all previous records for 100 pompadour organdie in shades of blue Health. I -ens, .

Harley Lester, after three months miles. and pick.! Miss Hansbrough wore an Means the ability to do a good i

ojourn In Jacksonville: Dunnellon ,and old rose crepe de chene and Miss Xur- I day's work, without undue fatigue'and '
to find life worth living. You ,
Ocala has returned to Tampa. He Sunday's Atlanta. Constitution con- ney was gowned in pale gray chiffon J cannot have indigestion and constipation FEBRUARY 17.

reports a most pleasant vacation. tains a picture of Mr. Jack Homer, trimmed with touches of light blue. J without its upsetting the liver SATURDAY

Ocala Is noted for her lovely visitors and polutting the blood. Such a condition 1. ,
Tampa Tribune. formerly of this city, which calls hima j may be best and quickest relieved ;

"star pitcher of other days, who may and at this time she fully sustained '. by Herbine, the best liver regulator !

Mr. A. N. McDonald, of Pine, of the handle an indicator, in the Southern her reputation. that the world has ever known j '
Mrs. D. W. Smith writes, 3, 1902 ,:.
April :
firm of Munroe Bros and McDonald, League this year." The group of brides were very much j "I used Herbine and find it the best I Is the Date on which :

was a visitor to Ocala Tuesday. lie admired and they were beautifully I medicine for constipatien and regu- "

purchased while here a team of mules Mr. William Himes/ member of gowned. Mrs. HeU'enston wore her lating the liver I ever used." 50 cts. >
Sold by all druggists m the Big Auction Sale '
(four In number) for which he paid Florida's first railroad commission wedding dress of white crepe de

J1.300. Mules are certainly bringing was in Ocala Tuesday and went out chene. Mrs .Clark's handsome dress A Crack Shot. .

food prices. In the western portion of the countyon was black spangled net with a touchof will begin at J A. Pith :

a business visit. pink at the neck and Mrs. Powers Mr. Neat Apgar, representing the :',
'
Mrs. John O., Herndon, of Washington was very pretty In a gown of white Peters Cartridge Company, is registered man & Son's Furniture .:i.

D. C.. who has been spending the The Ocala Automobilist have now chiffon trimmed in seed pearl and lace. ., at the Ocala House. While here ;

Past six weeks in Ocala with her sis all returned from Ormond, where Mrs. Hocker was very lovely' in a Mr. Apgar may give an exhibition of I '-J'-

ter, Mrs. G. ML. Hubbard, went to they went to attend the races. They black velvet suit and Mrs. Cutler was his remarkable shooting. Today he i Store. ''-

Tampa Wednesday to visit another had many amusing experiences, and handsome in lavender viole. Mrs. Ze- will try his skill killing quaiL He will J '

,Deter, Before returning home Mrs. some not so amusing on their triP. wadski in white silk. Mrs. Gottlieb in place his line of goods on sale with -- .

Herndon will make another visit to0caJa. but all had a big time anyway and en- white tissue, Mrs. McIver in white enterprising firm of Lang, Swartz

joyed themselves immensely. cloth and Mrs. Sistrunk in pale blue & Co. -
Power
I tissue were looking unusually well. -- Conveying aqd Transmission) Appliances.Maljigery : ,

Mr. Gus Rheinauer and daughter Mr. John L. O'ConnelL the, lightning Mrs. Burford wore .a white lace gown Mr. Josiah Seckinger represented '.

';.'.4. lass Gertrude Rheinauer, of New calculator and master of the science over yellow and all her friends were Martel in Ocala Tuesday on a shop- ) ) Mill and Mining Supplies I.::: ji

Tork city, arrived in Ocala Tuesday of numbers has been entertaining big delighted to see her out after her recent ping expedition and among other .

and will spend the winter with Mr. crowds on our streets for the past two illness. things during his visit here enrolledhis
THE CAMERON & BURKLEY CO. -
and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer. Mr. days. As a figurer he has no superior Miss Williams and Mrs. Koonce, name on our subscription books.In :

,Rkeinauer is a prominent real estate i and be talks as well as he figures. He who served the punch, wore 'lovely its old age the Ocala Banner is CHARLESTON, S. C. -7 _: F
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ma of the metropolis and is the old- i gives life test, animation and even wit I dresses the former white chiffon over becoming more and more popular and
] F. C. HO F F MAN 1
.-set brother of Hours. Charles and Ben I and humor to the study of the arithmetic pink and the latter white silk with I is a favorite in nearly every ,household -
Floria, fUpr..entat :ve. Phone 20.C.Sn,! Hotel., Ocala, Florc'a.f : .
a'e1uner, of this city. I i -ki arithmetic. trimmings of valenci&es lace. in the ceunty. :| .

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PAGE FOUR., THE.OCALA BANNER FRIDAY FEBRUARY Z, 1_ .

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"JOE" WHEELER PASSES AWAY. PLANT'S SACRIFICE. } WE FAVOR AN APPROPRIATION. FORTY YEARS IN HARNESS.

: THE OcAil BANNER For Thirf

*. *.: On Monday last the receiver 6t the FrankHarris celebrates this yea
S
=- r Noted Military Leader Des at Home defunct First National Bank of/Ma- We are in: favon of the' United.., A .1 '
.
V .1 -1 his editor
r fortieth o
Editor as
FRANK HARRIS : ann ersary
:
Ga- of which the late R-. 'Plant -
1 tJ _... con. States government making appropriations -
?.. V. LMvtngood, Business Manager. of His Sister in Brooklyn was president paid to creditors the .. the Ocala.Banner, ; .
.
last-dollar'ot the1 bank?Intlehtedffess: lor {fie improvements of our Babies ;

Soldier From Hi* Youth. together with Interest at the rate of Forty years! That Is a long. distance

% 3 1-% per cent. rivers and. harbors.. .This... has, been' ; < ,
'
-
Such settlements are unusual and view in. perspective, but if one
llcY of the ever
Gen. Joseph Wheeler the great because of their rarity mention is the. p government" -, does '
as
*
J 'A" eoutt'Tterc Jt In retrospect
made- here- '? ,-it. : I, since its creation and at no time and1i6 Fat is of great. accojiaj
Confederate cavalry leader and 'who :Robert H. Plant was. a high-minded -, Mr. Harris .the chances, are it would

added to the splendor of his military Christian gentleman. It. is not necessary place' has" 'it met _with very ,serious not seem so remote. -And yet 40 yean to a baby ; that is wIy:
for purposes of this item 'ter: gainto' : '
record in the war the causes of his failure.. It may opposition. These appropriations is a long time and the Ocala Bannei '
'
"
r" fat. If
: .
''* babies are
have been tb result of "frenzied fin 4 yot
; against Spain has has; Helped to increase the commerce is no fledgeling. :
anciering" it but the .
or may_. not. I '
p crossed. over the agony this banker suffered when he of the nation and. incidentally, have Perhaps it Is its age and the men- baby is scrawny Scott'!

river and nowanswers saw trust funds committed to his care tal maturity of its editor that gives '
slipping irrecuperably away no one been of benefit to all the people.We Emulsion is what he
the roll this paper its tone. For it has a tone
but an honorable man similarly plac-
a call the other ed conceive. do not stop here. We also favor that marks it worthy of all '
-i._____ w3 on can -one wants.. The healthy
babj
shore with Lee, Plant carried heavy life insurance, the government making appropriations emulation in its news features and
S. the bulk of which was payable to his
__ S Jackson, Grant estate. When the real extent of loss for the Improvement of our comments on current events. Maybe stores as fat what it does

and a host of other immortals.He reached him and he saw he could not this excellence of tone is the result .. .
Motto: The Banner, believing those make good, he put a period to his existence public highways. 1 not need immediately for
S Ml the top well able te take care of died at Brooklyn at the resi- with a bullet. of, that good-natured geniality-that
Why should not our public high-
themselves, has taken its stand in the dence of his sister :Mrs. Sterling He gave his life for his friends. mellowness that comes with age as bone and muscle. Fa

barricades with the common people Smith. All the members of the immediate discuss"Wicked?" you say. We will not ways, the same as our rivers and harbors in wine. ,
that. But when B. H. Plant '
and its fight will( be made for the bet family were with him when the was buried his grave was banked six receive the fostering care of our And yet Frank Harris is not an old babies are happy ; they do]

terment of those at the bottom. feet high with roses the offerings of
end and it .
came came peacefully.Joe only experienced
government? man. Heft an mana
general
those friends for whom he gave his not cry ; they are rich
r------- Wheeler was born at Augusta who'has'accumulated wisdom
life.
And when mention of man
his
---- ---- ---- nameis ,
Why should not our highways.traversing
: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1906. Ga., in 1836; graduated from West made in Macon today it is with and who looks out upon the world their fat is laid up foii .
reverence.-Falatka News. as they do those sectionsof :
Point in 1859. He served in Kansas with kindly eyes and views human

: Hawthorne Is talking.about putting and New Mexico in 1861 against the "Greater love hath no man than our country where our wheat and frailties in charity. You pan see that j i time of need. They ar
this, that a man lay down his life for
: wp a cotton milLJacksonville Indians. He was commissioned Colonel his -friends.-"St. John 15:13. corn and cotton and tobacco and all .! much In his paper without half look- j happy because they ..ar

of the 19th Alabama Infantry and ; which have i ng. ]
of the soil.
other products I
This is
I what R. H. Plant did for the
:: is putting up a fiber was attached to the Army of the Mis- I friends who trusted him. He was yet made necessary the improvement of : We can't all be like Frank' Harris !; comfortable. The fat sUrrounds

mill to cost 100000. sissippi. At the battle of Shiloh April in the prime and vigor of manhood.He our inlets, bays. rivers and harbors but we can all come'into a better un. j I their little nerves

6-7 1862, he had two horses shot of improvement derstanding of our responsibilities to '
-- receive also the same measure
had two banks.
: General Fred D .Grant wants to under him and distinguished himselfby He was a lover of fine stock and had by the government at the public as editors by studying him I I[ and cushions them. Wheijj

: make the anniversary of General Lee's the last charge made and in the Washington? and his. methods and striving to excelas I
fine cows and fast horses. He had
one hundredth birthday a national capture of Prentiss' division. In July Why should not the agriculturist the he excels. May he and his Banner 1 they are scrawny thosi
an elegant home and the world held
kollday. t he was placed in command of the cavalry live long and News.
I bene- prosper.-Palatka
receive r rA
out beautiful prospects for him, but same as the ship owner ri nerves are hurt at every
of the army, distinguished himself ,
financial fits from the federal treasury, as he i
trouble came him and
The Ocala Banner, has improved one in engagements at Green River, rather than the friends upon who trusted contributes to'it in the shape of taxes Wicked Partner. }! ungentle to U c h They

hundred percent since it has installed Mumfordsville and Perryville in the him should suffer he made a sacrificeof as much or more than the ship own- I i delight in Scott's EmulJsion.

a new typesetUng machine.-Willis- last named battle holding back an en- ? John Temple Graves is unf rtunatf
his life. He fulfilled the text to the er
S-, ton Advocate. lire corps of the enemy during the in having a wicked partner.Mr. It is
last syllable and letter. He lay downhls Why should not the people residingin as sweet as'
day. October 30th he was ,made, the Graves' partner is not only
I the interior, receive same meas-
life and than that no man hath
: Uarralna is Brigadier General Jan. 19th, 1863 hewas wholesome to them. I'
growing apace., She. is greater love. Surely Plant occupies a ure of protection as those living on the wicked but he seems to havestudied

erecting a four story building and, has appointed major-generaL. At seashore? Mr Graves' character and knows his
place near the great white throne. J
5- two candidates to step into Mr.. La- Chicamauga he fought the most des- The one is as clearly within the weakest point and in the legal fight Send for free .amp!..

S mar's shoes. perate battle of the war. ,took part in now before the courts is hitting Mr.1
National Woman Suffrage Convention province of government as the other,

the siege of Knoxville, aided in oppre- and as the interior holds the whip- Graves below the belt. Be sure that this pfctart to:

S The Chicago Tribune puts it this sing Sherman's march on Atlanta, in Baltimore. I Mr. Graves' partner claims that Mr. the form of a l&bolls o>till.
handle by virtue of having the larg- :
way: "Marshall Field was not the put to flight 5,000 Federal cavalry, Graves 'be fed wrapper of every bottla of\\
she can flattery. That
est number of voters can get gov- upon Emulsion baj. I
: richest man in the United States. He'was took Stoneman prisoner, operated in The Thirty-eighth Annual Conven- ernment appropriations if she makes the diet of flattery is essential to his you

merely the heaviest tax payer." front: of Sherman's .army: defended tion of the National American Woman the demand for them. existence. I Scott 4* Sowne :

Macon, Augusta and Savannah defeated -
Suffrage Association will be held In To carry out the will of his constituents This has become a disease with the Chemists
Something is going to break loose Kilpatrick at Aiken. and was
is the duty-and the highestduty plaintiff and renders him through this
Lyric Theatre Baltimore, February 4094/5 Ft art Strut .
er has already broken loose in ..Georgia promoted to lieutenant-general. April -
-of a.congressman.As avenue susceptible of approach. By Jftar York
: -the Atlanta Journal 'of Jan. 30th. 29 1S65V he bade farewell to his corpse 7th to 13th inclusive S
long as .the interior, stretching any designing person he can be soft- S aJld$1.00All
tailed to contain a double-leaded having been under fire in SOO skirmishes A fine array of talent has been secured soaped into
doing act, however
from ocean to ocean, and from the any re- Ornate
_
:* double-measure leader Hoke Smith.A .
on
.and commanded in more than
to address the different meetings lakes t o the gulf sleeps on her pos>t- Jlculuus it may be. He follows one
200 battles.
consisting of prominent men and makes no stir-nothing will be done. who flatters just as a title child folows
.paved highway has been completed He volunteered for duty in the invasion -
women who have become famous for A man usually gets what he goes a stick of candy.Continuing TOUR EUROPE FREE.
between Palm Beach and .
Miami of Cuba, and was appointed
their devotion and labor along various for and if these appropriations for the Mr. Daniel's answer
-- This makes it pleasant for autos bitycfea major-general of volunteers, assignedto
lines of human activity. improvement of our public highwaysare says "So great is the necessity of The Courier-Journal to Take Nineteen ,
and ordinary vehicles. If a command of army of invasion disembarked -
section r Mrs. Maud Ballington Booth. who is asked for in the right spirit-the 'the plaintiff (Mr. Grave) for adulation Young Women Abroad '
expects tourists it must give at Daiquiri engaged in the
known the world over for her spirit as though the people meant it that any dreary drivel can find
them some attractions. Incidentally it skirmish at Guasitnas routed 2,000 raagnif- as Its Guests.
S ficent work -they will get them. its way into the editorial page if it
the convicts in the
ought also give attractions to its owr Spaniards, with 964 dismounted cavalry among
.. I Prisons of America, will give the Let's get them if we have to make only be addressed 'Hon. John Temple The
J.'t'OJ.le. I IS. opened the road to Santiago, was Courier-Journal is conducting' a
Sunday sermon on February llth at the demand for theni't entire plat- Graves, and begins, 1 saw your brilliant ""
--5------- senior in command at San :
Juan. fighting popularity contest that eclipses anything
3 o'clock in Lyric theatre. editorial or 1 have heard your
Fiourk* Cochran there is
says no
all form.We
day, crossed the stream under
/nacademized eloquent address delivered at Coon- of. the kind ever promoted la.
Governor Warfield. of : highways.. :
will
use attempting to send a rich nan to fire and deployed under the rifle pits Maryland <> "

'jail and ,yet we have sent more rich of the enemy which won him special deliver an address of welcome on the We also want public buildings in ville this section. Briefly the Courier- '

S men to Jail in the.. past few years than L praise from General Shatter, was senior first evening also the Mayor of Baltimore our interior cities the same ;;IS! has "A Journal proposes to take on a seTea-

ever before. Not only that-but and the Collector of the Port. been universally accorded to our sea- Tax-Payer" in the Daily Capital -
we
of the commission to negotiate weeks. tour abroad nineteen young
haVe sent a rich woman to jail and I IS I terms of One evening will be devoted to : port cities. says. 5 that "Tallahassee has an ,
; capitulation, and dictated the VOmen from Kentucky and Southern-
even went so far as to bang a ".oma.n.1 I terms. He sailed with his command to yrominent college women.who appre- We do not want to rub. Paul but we electric light establishment that Istopheavy ::'

Bourke 'Cochran is talking to Montauk Point, was placed in command ciate to what extent they are indebtedto want to see that'Peter gets all that with managers and bookkeepers Indiana all expenses paid from the

!S Jtrl s. of the troops at Camp Wikoff. the pioneers of the women suffrage belongs. to him.Marshall a and superintendents and collectors day the party leaves Louisville.. July

_ -- and other unnecessary adornments 12 until it
and later in command of the Fourth cause for the positions they now hold. returns to "The Old Kea-

A Pitsburg woman's club has been I Army Corpse. Soon after returning President r..emsen of John Hopkins Field and His Maxims.It but Is powerful weak on giving tucky Home," August 29. To give ana
"
discussing the question of why women to Alabama he was University will preside. decent light. And "there are chance the Courier-Journal has divided -:
unanimously re- "
: wear clothes. Probably it never nominated for congress, this being his Another evening wil be devoted to is said of Marshall Field that no I others. -Lake City Index. Louisville and KentuckY'and .

occurred to them that it is a habit. tenth election. "Municipal Governm nt" when men dollar of his was ever gained through -- ---- Southern Indiana into eighteen districts -
\ I
Hut why not wear clothes, they are I prominent along the lines of municipal injury to his fellow. man. Jhat is ---I I ,and the most popular young

S JmrnenM-ly more beautiful than fig That Appleyard Affair. reforms will be heard. pretty high tribute to pay the man woman from each district is to be the

leaves and 'then f:: leaves are not always There will be one evening with who came to be the greatest merchantof D DOCTOR R CURED one to make the tour. The nineteenth

: a't sslble. "Women his time and whose fortune
in runs
Kditor Appleyard of the Lake City History. young woman is to be selected in Mother -

5. Index, is full of wrath f and is itching Florence Kelley will conduct a conference far up into the millions.Mr. way. Readers of the Courier-

-5 The Tampa Tribune says that while fina fight. Indeed. he has publicly on Industrial Problems. Mrs. Field's fortune is estimated at OF f [ClfMA Journal are to select the guests far

/ the Funta Gorda Herald is thirteen issued this invitation to "pistols and Carrie Chapman Catt, president of the I between one hundred and one hundredand the paper by ballot It is estimated

; old. Editor .Jordan's is fifty millions of dollars. Not I
years all
age Un- coffee for two ,to one of his fellow International Women Suffrage Association that the trip alone will cost the

z known. Don't you believe it. Frank citizens:-"The editor of the Index is ; will be present and report for of this was gained through mercantile Courier-Journal about 115,000 to say '

--- Walpole fays: that when he first knew of the old-fashioned kind that, if anyone her Association. Rev. Anna H. Shaw channels to be sure for much must Maryland Physician Cures Himself of nothing of incidental and other nec-

Jordan thirty-live years ago. he was will conduct represent judicious investment of
question box. early
takes offense at his utterances, essary expenses. There may be a
Eczema with Cuticura
-fretting along." That may be a lit- can name a friend to carry on a correspondence From Baltimore the delegates will earned profits; but Marshal Field Remedies. young woman from this section who Is

: tle indefinite. but its one man's testimony. in an adjoining State. go Washington where a celebrationwill was no speculator, no stock gambler, Prescribes Them and Has Cured a candidate for this tour. Write tMe

S .-Index. And the Stat line is not far north of be held in observance of Susan no trust magnate. His fortune repr-' Many Cases Where Other Formulas I Courier-Journal Louisville Ky.. for a

-- Lake City."-And this. all because the B. Anthony's 86th birthday on Febru- sents individual effort and individual list of candidates and full details of

John Sharpe Williams says he has aforesaid fellow citizen at a meetingof ary 15th in the Church of Our Father.A judgment.At Have Failed-Dr. Fisher Says the tour.

: not had time to prepare a speech on the bond trustees asked. "Who is fine program will be arranged.A the outset of his business career S -

:- the tariff question. It is a. little surprising this fellow Appleyard, anyhow?" The ,ten ddys stop over in Washingtonhas he laid down for himself certain max- CUTICURA REMEDIES Another Jennings for Governor.A .

to find a congressman who canS Herald sincerely hopes that Appleyardwill been secured for those whose ims which he once furnished in his.

not make a speech on the tariff with- not route takes them through that city. own words: POSSESS TRUE MERIT ,
I get shot nor hurt in any respect .. very interesting rumor comes
S out preparation or prov tion.-Milton Lake City should take care of To those who do not pass through lIe never gives a note. I down from thlil western part of t estate

JtoI*x. him Washington a special rate from Baltimore He never buys a share of stock f
5 : he i$ one of her most: valuable on ** My face was afflicted with eczema to the effect. that T. A. Jenningsof

; It Is. a pity some of our other eongressaen assets.-Punta Gorda Herald. will be given which will enable margin. In the year 1S97. I used the Cuticura I Pensacola is being persuaded by

did not think they could them to attend the Congressional He is against speculation. / his friends to become
I. Remedies, and was entirely cured. I a candidate for
S make a speech: on the tariff without 'I A -Tampa Editor. All Mixed: Up. Hearings which will be held in the He is no borrower. am a practicing physician and very I i he nomination for governor at the

time for preparation and could not morning of the 15th and the celebra- He has made it often II I
I -- a pont} not to in- prescribe Cuticura Resolvent and I next primaries.. The matter does not

find the- time for the preparation. I The Lake City Index smeared a tion in the evening. cumber his business with mortgages.He Cuticura Soap in cases of eczema, and ,. seem to have yet been discussed by
they have cured where other formulas
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C large gob of disappointment over the does business on a "cash basis." ,
j have failed. I am not in the habit of I the press to any extent. but it is noth-
-- Times Chang 1 i iI ii I Florida landscape this week. Last Florida as a Vegetable ProducingState. He tries to sell on shorter. time than endorsing patent medicines, but when ing: more than fair to give notice to

i i j I week there was some disturbance between competitors. I find remedies possessing "me merit, I all aspirants that if T. A. Jennings
The Governor. of Georgia and the i such as the Cuticura Remedies do I
I; Editor Appleyard. of the In- He tries to sell the same grade of am gets into the field he
will
S Governor' of. Florida met in Jackson-I;i!! dex. and Editor Palmer, of the Citizen- Vegetables are rown for a profit all goods for a smaller price.He virtues broad-minded to the world.enough I(have proclaim been their I I! date who must be reckoned be to a becomea candi-

S villa Sunday, and although the weather I:| Reporter. Editor Appleyard printed a ." over the state. The same methods of I holds his customers to a strict \ medicine for sixteen years practicing and I candidate. ,

was warm and mint was available., I: history of his own life and declared cultivation are generally used here as : meeting of their obligations, must say I find your Remedies A No.1. .' Mr.

5 thtie was nt>thin' d in.' Tte good oldS j 1! that this week he would do the same I in other states except that they are I II 1 Perhaps Mr Field's chief asset was You are at liberty to publish this letter, Jennings was for' a long time ft ":i
resident
days of the simple life have passed j jtlrever.Li'e j for his competitor. He also had sev- adapted as to time of planting through I i character.. He was ever recognized or any part of it. I remain,very truly of Tampa, where every one .
a G. M. Fisher M. D. who knew him
S yours Big PooL : then is his friend to-
Oak Democrat. I I 1I I eral paragraphs which hinted broadly I the season and Florida has the advantage I{ man of highest probity, and possessedthe Md., May 2-1, 1' 5.1J day. No man is better qualified by 1

I I at a resort to the code duello. His of being able to send its pro- j supreme confidence of the business S 1
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Uncle Bob 0. K. i j promised biography of his fellow edi- ducts to Northern and Western mari!i world from the time he made his first CUTICURA-IHE ability breadth and the possession of j jcommon
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$1. sense to make the state i
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I' tor did not appear this week but a t kets at an earlier date than any of start in Chicago. To Industry ener- ,

The suggestion of Uncle Bob Rogers -j I I small notice to the effect that at the the states north of us which enables I gy, persjerveranee he added a faculty Complete Treatment for Every is most admirable executive, and if he ;

S for governor seems to take. The urgent request of his friends It was t them to command a monopoly of the I for Invention. that made him a pi- Humor from Pimples prevailed upon to become a candidate ,.
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press has received his name very not printed. Now when are we going market as well as prices. :Many of I-oneer in his chosen field of endeavor.He I to Scrofula there are few if any who will appeal -

,- kindly. Although not as fleet of foot i I to have that fun?,-Tampa Herald. these crops bring handsome returns. believed he had always given Bathe the affected parts with hot 1: more strongly to the people tr

as formerly he-can do some mighty I There has been no controversy between Tomatoes. for instance have yieldedas every man who dealt with him his water and Cuticura Soap, to cleanse j. poll more votes.-Tainpa Times.

5 food running yet.-Lake City Index.What's the editors of the Index aifc much as $1000 per acre but the I money's worth. He built up a business soften the surface, the of thickened crusts and scales and 1

; ---- the Citizen-Reporter and Herbert L. average Is from J3QO to $ijl}& Irish potatoes second to none In the world and mthout hard rubbing cuticle, and 'apply dry, 1,> Ocala Marriages.The i

S OcaiaDongt Dodd and not Palmer is editor of the will average nearly $tOG, let- he leaves behind him what is far bet- Cuticura Ointment! freely, to allay

tatter paper. B. 11 Palmer is Judge tuce from $300 to $SOO per acre. and ter than all his millions-a name un- itching, irritation, and inflammation, Ocala people are still getting

S 55 The Gainesville Sun says that_ "the of the Judicial Circuit and ,it is his celery as much as JL500 pep aero-: ts.rvtiah-4 as4 dreply rrspected...-Atlanta and Cuticura soothe and heal; and lastly take married at the rate> of a, dozea couples .,..
Florida that erects the first cotton Resolvent Pills to cool and a week. f>retty soon all
city biography the Index promised to publish Melons of every kind and variety Constitution. cleanse the blood, A they will be ;,


factory will not stop at one. Another but didn't do so. abound and thrive in every section of but one dollar, is often single sufficient set, costing: married and the society editor of the ';;

5- is sure to follow 'and it Is sure Florida. Watermelons and I I cure the most to Banner will have time to peruse the
Messrs.
cantaloupesare
Lang. Swartz & Co... are the torturing disfiguring,
: to be a boom to any city." And it's lee'Plants. especially remunerative and .are authorized agents of the Sanders Fertilizer J I itching, burning, and scaly skin, scalp dictionary for a lot of new adjectivesfor

_; for that reason we are urging our far shipped 1 to markets in immense f and blood humors, with loss of hair[ future use. This writing up wed-
Co.
quantities. of
S Jacksonville. from
mers to., put' their shoulders to the Punta Gorda. Brooks*ille. Starke .-C. H. Smith, Secretary Jack- are needing ertilizers If you I I I Cntimr infancy* Soap, t to* Obm age,when*. all else fails! dings is very exhaustive to one's vocabulary -

wheel and erect one In Lake City..- and-St. Petersburg are making arrangements sonville Board Trade in :Manufacturers the fertilizer line anything: in I I thZu&.bjui fonaoe Oaocolaa the worl4.!'oaed 1'ilJ, ao.ear.ri&l Rtiownt of< -will
do fuuel-lmi
S you well to i { &lid Clws.
Lake City Index to put up ice plants. Record. IioIe noli&. Bo to Cap'L. Herald.
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SARA ELIZABETH Local Editor.HARRIS, ROADS VS RIVERS. Engagement Announced.In I I For Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ley. I I I At Grace Church Sunday Morning.


the uncle (Indiana) Morning I Rev. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ley were I j i The services at Grace church Sun-

Could anything be more ridiculous? Why should the federal gov- the. guests of honor Friday evening at I I
Star of last
Saturday appeared the
HJIFEMKGS I ABOUT TOWN; I I day morning, conducted by the rector.
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ernment build roads in Florida or any other state. Why should not the a beautiful reception given for them :I I -
... following notice: Rev. G. H. Harrison was particularly
-' people of each state build their own roads?-Pensacola News.Is I I I by the congregation of the First
"A surprise in the affairs of Muncie
Methodist church at the pleasant !t[ Interesting and of much pleasure to
par-
ilr. Kenneth McPherson has gone t< it ridiculous for the United States government to appropriate
society will come in the announce- sonage. I the congregation.Miss .
Lakeland to accept a position. 20CCO for cleaning out the in the Ocklawaha river and making I
snags
ment of the engagement and approaching The drawing room was prettily decorated Esther Weathers presided at
this stream navigable for small boats. in color !I I
a scheme of pink and
The Ocala House Is making some marriage of Miss Mary I the organ and the slngin was by Mrs. .'
its Yet this is what the United States government did and we, for white carnations being the flowers I
improvements on front veranda.Mrs. I
Wireman, the charming young niece I Geo. C. Fastuer, Miss Miriam Pastuer
used with quantities of palms, ferns
one, are supremely glad of it. I of Mrs. T.- A .Neely, who makes her and bamboo. Messrs. Geo. C. Pastuer and W. L.
J. J. Williams and children of But, coming down to brass tacks, what interest have the people of I
home with her aunt in the
Colonial
Homosassa were in Ocala Wednes, Receiving were: Rev. and Mrs. Ley Jewett.
4&1. Nevada or Maine or Idaho in the Ocklawaha river Yet, their money and Mr. Earl Swain a well-known Mrs. Susan Hartridge, Mrs. D. A. For his text Mr. Harrison used the

_J helped to clean out these snags. The theory is that they are incident- tenor singer of this city. Cooke, Mrs. Griffith and Mrs. Wilbur following words found in the fiftieth

Ilr. Louts J. Brumby has returned ally benefitted in anything anywhere, that promotes the traffic and The secret was let out yesterday at McCoy.In : verse of the twelfth chapter of St
I the dining the table : Mathew: "For Whosoever Shall do
home after an absence of several commerce of this country. room serving i
a gathering of the members of the
week in Jacksonville. I was unusually pretty. Th3 cen- ': the Will of My Father, which Is In
A Macadanized road from Silver Springs to Ocala
good
wagon
--;- Seven-Eleven club, at the home of Mr. terpfece was of pink carnations and : Heaven the same is my brother, my

The Syrian merchant next door to would help traffic and commerce as much, or more, than cleaning the I I and Mrs. R. E. Walker. 1! ferns. Bamboo vine garlanded the table i sister and my mo her."

the Montezuma Hotel has moved his snags out of the Ocklawaha river. So, why, is an appropriation for one Both are well known young people. I I and was festooned from its sidesto i I Mr. Harrison began his discourse by -

i Miss Wireman has been the chandelier dainty i I mentioning the selfishness of and
goods to Exposition street. more ridiculous than the other living with pink carnations man

I What interest have the people of Florida in making navigable for Mrs. Neely for sometime and has won I I I being caught. in the vine here 'I how great the importance of being

R. 8. Hall, of Ocala, passed a pleasant an envious place in local society circles and there. Presiding were: Miss Sue I lifted out of self and one narrow rut
mall boats, or for big boats, either for that matter, of Snake river in
day in Tampa Tuesday at the Mr. Swain, who is prominently Patti Hartridge and Mrs. J. A.'Cran- and of all doing the "will of the Father. -,

Hlllftboro.-Tampa Tribune. Wisconsin, or Serpent's creek in Arkansas Yet, appropriations of this identified wiht the Union Nationa I I ford, the first hour, and Mrs. NathanP. ." Then a few earnest and well

kind'are made by congress every year and these "special privileges" to bank has resided in Muncie for a Bryan and Mrs. George A Kirk, chosen words he gave a resume of

The motor-boat races are now on rivers have been going on unquestioned for more than an hundred years.It number of years and occupies a placeof the second hour. the recent convocation at Orlando.

at Palm Beach. They are largely attended is time to call a halt and make these privileges equal. As Brook- high standing socially as well as At the daintily appointed coffee table I I I,I Bishop Groves, of Nebraska and

and are very Interesting. in the commercial affairs of Muncie.He Mra. W. B. Leake and Mrs. Raymond Wyoming, was present and addressedthe
lyn is a bigger town than Ocala, the utterances of its newspaper edi-
comes from a prominent family of Hendricks served followed by convocation telling of his work

Mrs. J. II. Hooker of Bushnell was tors will carry more weight than the utterances of the editor of this the county. Mrs. W. W- Lucas and Mrs. J. D. In the far west of which Mr. Harrison

a visitor to Ocala Friday having paper. So, we reproduce here an article covering this ground from the The date for the wedding has not as Bellah. spoke In most telling and feeling
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one up to consult a physician. Brooklyn Uptown Weekly and ask its careful perusal by our Pensacola yet been announced." Fruit lemonade was served by Mrs. manner.

Mr. Swain is a son of Mr. and Mrs.E. Emma :McFadden and Miss Hortense I Mr. Harrison also spoke very feelingly
contemporary.For .
Mr. W. L. Goodwyn, the popular H .Swain formerly of Anthony in Broward, followed by Mrs A. F. Smith of'the missionary work that has
the federal has been making large
representative of the Richmond Pa- many years government this county. The Swains now live and Miss Willard.A I I been done in Florida by.Bishop Gray

per Company was a visitor to Ocalaoa appropriations for river and harbor improvement. The theory upon in Muncie but in the winter make their large number of ladies and gen- ,I who is now beginning 'to feel the age

Wednesday' which this has been permissible is that the improvement of transportation home at Sarasota, Florida.Mr. tlemen attended and the occasion was which Is creeping upon him and know. sIng

facilities is a matter of vital public concern, and that the people Swain has a host of friends at a very enjoyable one for many reas- :: that his work on earth is almost ,
Mr. A. J. McLaughlln. 'Palrfleld, I
Anthony and all over the county who ons. 1 j i done and of the great pleasure he
of the Wade & McNaIr interests will get enough good therefrom to more than warrant the expendi- 1I I I '
manager will be greatly interested in the an- i Among others it welcomed the new ,: felt In being able to place his mantleon
in that section was In Ocala tures. The acceptance of the soundness of this contention must carry ,
nouncement of his approaching mar- pastor and his wife to their new home. ,, the younger shoulders of his son

Wednesday with it the endorsement of government aid in the construction and improvement riage to one of Indiana's charming and gave the congregation the opportunity and of other young preachers whom

of wagon roads. These highways afford transportation belles. t of meeting them Informally. he wants to carry on the work, thatis
Mr. G. A. Petteway. one of our .
prominent naval stores operators has 1 facilities which after all, most directly affect and come closest hometo I During the evening a delightful so dear to his heart.
Death From Asphyxiation. I musical program was rendered. The Mr. Harrison said that he wished
returned home after a brief business the greatest number of people. The produce which forms so largea i i
i > numbers included a vocal solo, by Mrs. every member of his congregationcould
vlalt to the Bahama Islands. of the freight carried by the railroads must first be hauled by i
part
I Tuesday night in Jacobsville, one Lauriston Moore; a piano solo, by have been present at the Or-

wagons from the farms. This is a large item in the aggregate, very of the annexes to Ocala. two colored Mrs. George A. Kirk; a pretty song, lando meeting. That they would have
Mrs II. E. Schoeflln and little daughter. .
much larger than is gcnerally appreciated, because so widely distributed women and a little child went to sleep by Mrs. W. S. Till; a piano duet, by : been inspired and strengthened by
Leuvy Lee of Tampa, are the
and because each individual! haul, taken by itself, is a small affair. in a room with a charcoal burner Misses Ley and Barnett; a piano and their commingling with the represen-
guests of Mrs. P. V. Leavcngood at
lighted for the purpose of keeping the violin duet by Miss Marian Kahn and tatives of the other churches and. missionary -
fcer home on North Magnolia street The General government is supposed to have an interest in the wel-
rom warm. The oxygen in the room | Master Gordon Kahn, and a piano societies of the state. _
fare of all the people and a willingness to improve and promote it
became exhausted and the uncon- I solo by :Miss Mary Louise Brotherton.The He said that he was called upon to
We are glad to note that Mrs. S. E. whenever and wherever possible. If this view obtains, the general gov- scious sleepers gradually became asphyxiated pleasant informality prevailing I preach a sermon and that if one pre-
Waterman is able to be out again af-
ernment cannot withhold its aid to road improvement along the line from the fumes of the escaping proved very enjoyable. Rev. Mr. and son who heard him was In any way
\n an illness of several weeks at the
home of her daughter Mrs. W. V. of the'Brownlow-Latimer bill now before congress, for certainly wagon gas. t Mrs. Ley have made a most agreeable t helped then indeed did he feel' satis
The next morning the little child : impression and the reception Friday fled. '
Newaom. I I I read conditions affect more people than any and all other internal improvement I' '
was found dead, the mother InsensI- evening was enjoyed by all present.I .- I i Those who represented Grace church .
projects. The main argument in favor of river and harbor I "
ble and the other woman with barely Jacksonville Tlmes-Unf at the Orlando 'convocation were Rev._
Major G. M. Hubbard. of this city. improvements is that they promote the general welfare, and that the strength enough to call for assistanceof I 'G. H. Harrison. Messrs. Pastuer and
hat been appointed assistant inspector -
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improvements entail an expense too heavy to be borne by the people near by neighbors. A doctor was Board of Commissioners for Indian Dozier. Mrs. J. B. Cutler. Mrs. C. L.
General on the staff of MajorGeneral -
Fleming of the Florida Confederate I of the localities most directly interested, and hence would never be hastily summoned and the mother was War Claims. Bittinger and Miss Emily Ford.
11 finally resuscitated, but all efforts to f The Governor Hon. N. B. Toward;
Veterans. 1 I mad if the government refused' to foot the, bills. The same arguments
I resuscitate the child were unavailing. I State Treasurer Hon. W. W. Knott; i Silver Tea at Mrs. Dittmer's
-- I with equal force to the improvement of the public highways. It I
apply The child Is a daughter of Tom i and the Attorney-General, lIon. W. H. -
Miss LJllle Frost has to New
gone ;: is equally certain that this great work will remain undone as it has Thomas one of Messrs. Mclver & Ellis met in the Executive office at i The ladies of the Grace Episcopal
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York City to purchase the spring and I
through a century of our history ,if the whole burden-of the expense MacKay's foremen, and a well known Tallahassee on this the 29th day of church gave a silver tea Tuesday afternoon -
summer goods for the IL B. Masters
of this He is I January ,1906 and organized The 1 at the home of Mrs. George
carpenter city. a son
the The farmersare
firm. She will be absent for several I is left to be carried by the farming classes of states. ,
Of the late L. E. Thomas, who, in reconstruction Board of Commissioners to examine F .Dittmer on Fort King avenue from
weeks the producers of the wealth of the country, preserving the balance t I
days, was a Judge In Alabama into all claims In which it Is set forth three to six o'clock.

Miss Mildred Nurney. of Suffolk I of trade in our favor year by year, Secretary Wilson has just given us and for several years was that the state of Florida has received I The afternoon._was an ideal one for _

some astounding figures as the result of agriculture for the year 1905. prominent in the politics in Florida. money from the United States In the teas and receptions and a large number -
sister
her
of
Virginia who as the ,guest j'
Mrs. Jack Camp, has been a much The people who create this vast national wealth are certainly entitledto } settlement of the Indian 'War Claims I took advantage of the fine weather -

The Married Ladies Card Club. which the state never paid out and attended this pleasant 'itaanti
admired visitor in Ocala the past the nation's consideration. The enormous cost of bad roads to the i j money I
Land which is now Justly due to the as fe result the ladles of the church
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month, will leave today for her Kome. farmers is not only destructive of the profits that should be saved to
Mrs. George F. Dittmer was the j Claimants," I have a nice silver'offering t > their

Three hundred and seventy-two I them, but is sickening to agricultural ambition and disheartening to pleasant hostess of the Married La- I The Governor was chosen Chair credit ,

marriage licenses were Issued from increased effort. Bad roads form the greatest menace to farm life dies card club Wednesday afternoonat j man. and the Attorney-General Secretary I Assisting Mrs. Dittmer in receiving

the Judge's office in this county "dur- and by their hurtful influence are driving young men from rural com the attractive home on Fort King 1, o fthe Board 1 was Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and in the

Of this numberone be harmful to the national avenue. The ladies who were Mrs. No claims having been filed with I hall Miss Meta Jewett was at ,the
ing the past year. munities to the cities. Nothing can more
issued Dittmer's guests spent an unusually the Board it was not deemed neces- chocolate and in the dining room
hundred and twelve were welfare. The farm home is the bulwark of the republic. Everything I
tu white enjoyable afternoon playing whist and ; sary to employ any clerical aid for Mrs. F. T. Schreiber poured tea. The

couples.Mr. possible should be done to encourage the farmers of the land. Nothingthat after the games shrimp salad, tomato .j.the present and thereupon the Board tea, chocolate and wafers was passed
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Theo llus Williams of Cotton this great government can do would. be so profitable at this time Jelly coffee, nuts, raisins and fruit i adjourned to meet again the 'second I by Misses Annie Atkinson and Edna

Plant farmer and cattle raiser accompanied as to extend its aid to highway improvement and nothing that the was served. I day of April, 1906. Nelson.
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by his son was doing busies people can do for themselves is more important than to demand of .

In Ocala Wednesday and did not congress the enactment into law of what is known as the Brownlow-
forget to leave his autograph at our
bill. This the measure as one most '
Latimer Good Roads paper urges --- ---" -- ------
office.MU.
,..- essential l to the national well-being, and we hope our readers will instantly '

Nellie Anderson' one of Ocala'a take the matter up by personal letters: and petitions to ouy Ladies' Flannel "T aists. '

most popular and uttractlve young senators and representatives in congress. Hon W. P. Brownlow will be' -I, .

i. In the city the guest of he
women. pleased to send a copy of the bill to any one who writes for it. II I
al.ter. Mrs. J. II. Strunk, at the cor- j

net of Twelfth street and Avenue G. -- I
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8h Miami. will Metropolis make her stay indefinite. Fingers-Mashed. The Very Latest-in Millinery. : Assorted Colors, Regular $2 and. $2,50 "

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Wednesday morning Mr. R. A. Wit- :Miss Minnie Bostlck, the Ocala r '
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bennett, wh. i ..-,
ter, the engineer on he morning train House Milliner, has Just received"the I
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fame up to attend the party given b\ : :
from Ocala to Homasassa happenedto prettiest line of millinery for the ,
Mrs. Bennett' parents, Mr. and Mrs. At this Sale; .
distressing accident -
painful and "
W. il. Clark for Mr. and Mrs. Howard a very spring trade that has ever been openedin ; ,
and as a result of it will be off
Clark returned to their home at Dun. this city. Among the latest styles !I ,.
his for some days. : : ,
run I
nellon
Friday afternoon. They were
below Rock Springs the Included; in this shipment are such H
When Just
accompanied by their pretty little :
daughter Elizabeth.The train was stopped to take on wood. as Pyroxiin Manila and Java braid. > :H Only $1.39 "H'

Mr. Witter had his hand resting in the hats; tailored Yedde and soft Italian ,', .

famous Duster Brow Blue window of his cab and .In some waya chips. The ladies are invited to call ri'

t' Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls *>t stick of the wood rebounded, hit- i and inspect this line for'there has : =::

the Fair Store. x ting him on Ue hand and badly certainly nothing more hobby ever ', .-, :; -

crushing several of his fingers. At been shown in this section, and all f' iwf

Mrs E .1,(. Mote left Tuesday accompanied Juliette Mr. Witter's fingers were who are conversant with the latest For 10 Days Only I' _. :- "j

. by her cousin Mr. John temporarily dressed and ha was later styles will readily recognize that they ,

r.. M. Atherton of Louisville. Ky.. for brought to Ocala, where medical aid are here. f ... ,'-

' Nassau Miami Palm Beach and other was given him. :Mr. Wit er's friends: I -

..'. east coast resorts and will probably I I will regret very much to learn of Itch-Ringworm. i I

be gone a month or six ,weeks.-Jacksonville the accident that has befallen him. E. T. Lucas, Win o, Ky., writes. Come Early and Make Your Selection. '

', Metropolis.To -' --- April 25, 1902: "For 10 to 12 years I
Mrs C. A. Liddon sal little daughter had been afflicted with a malady
known as the 'Itch.' the itching was
the delight of all who know the France, returned to their homeat most unbearable; I had tried for yearsto '

, / genial Capt. A. O. MacDonell. assis- Ocala Sunday after several days find relief, having tried all remediesI
i could hear of. besides a number of .
tant general passenger agent of the spent pleasantly with Mrs. LSddon'sdaughter. doctors. I wish to state that one sin-

Seaboard Air Line who has been confined Mrs. Dr. J. M. Dell of this gle application of Ballard's Snow Liniment THE BOSTON STORE

to his room for over two weeks. city. While here Mrs. Liddon made cured me completely and perma-
nently. Since then I have used the
U so far recovered as to enable him many friends who were reluctant In liniment on two separate occasolns

Ii,, to be out train. Jacksonville Metro- bidding her goodbye but hope for her for ring worm and it cured completely. I .
25t 50c. and $1.00. Sold by all drug ;
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Ladies'PPare Handkerchiefs 5 cents Linen- F I iY11N0JAIIfSYDURODLLAR P P'DOpDUBIfpUIY'P P Store Closed Thursday, feb. I, Preparing for Tljis Great Ever Men's_ Suspenders 25 cent Ghyott

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I Ladies stichedchiefs WhiteHwa- + 0 Men's 50 in-

J? centsLadies' : nFriday 9 February 2 Hand 19 Neck:

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25 cent Embroidered '
_' Hose Will be given the Grandest -,
Bargain Sale ever recorded in the annals of 3iaand cent Tien
13 cents _f Dry Neck
c? E __ d Goods Selling in this City or Vicinity. 10(; cents
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.broidered TurnoTer Men's 25 cent Fancy

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Ladies125- Embroidered ., 1p Direct from the Mill and Factory Syndicate in

Collars Turnover- addition to our Magnificent Stock which will be Marked, at Correspondingly 15 Sox cents: Fancy

10) cents ; :: 1 ) : Low. Prices. 10 cents


y' Men's 10 cent White
Ladies' 75 cent Oar't ;'' i MR. SHEPHERD WATSOH, the Man from the Mills, will have charge ofthis Hemstitched Handkerchiefs -
sets, 3 styles r c '
43 cents : store during this sale 1 which is guarantee to the people of this vicinity that 7 cents

)/r 1 Q they will get goods at prices they never expected to see offered in this city.
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Ladies' 40 cent Girdles : _ _ _ _ _ _ ored Men's 10 cents Col- I'
Border Handkerchiefs -
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24 cents I I ) '' Supplying as they do, many stores throughout the country--they use quan- 5 cents

Mennen' Borated 1 ifIcz v 'o1lvTflE fs 't1 tities and obtain Lower Prices than any store can do buying independently.

Talcum Powder / 5 1 Our close connection with this
T the
13 cents f ST'4 f OR buying power puts us in close touch with all MeHandkerchiefs.

-- the good things offered by the factories. We have received for this 3 cents
Mr. Watson has the entire management! of this store while saleBig 1
30x60 Smyrna Rugs conducting this sale. Mr. Watson is a man of broad experience '
!tS) cents in conducting Bargain Sales. ,His name; as manager this Sale Shipneit of f Special Values Men',50 cents Dress ":
is a guarantee of great bargain giving. ). ) 29 Shirts i;

cents :
30x60 Smith's Rags Moaqaette Mill and Factory Purchase of ..Underwear and Sweaters.. Ii


$1.98Table Men's Drawers Camel worth. Hair. 35c.Shirts, sale or 21cLadies' t8.Heavy worth Ribbed 35c.Vests, sale or 21c Men's Sweaters Fancy, All Wool Men's Extra Men's Umbrellas Water Proof f
worth $2.50, $1 Q4 Heavy Grey Sox, 1.
Dfenpa Fleece Lined Shirts price sale price worth loc., sale price 7cJ3c 79 centsMen's
Oil moth per Drawers worth 50c., .sale or 3 9c Ladies Smts.Heavy worth Ribbed 50e..Union sale 74 Men's All Wool. worth Athletic, Men's I
y pnce. Salweattrs.: $3.00. $1.48 Fancy Embroidered Black 31
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Men's Ribbed biers 25c. sale
1C cents Heavy Shirts or s Cotton Honey Comb Ladies' All Wool priceLadies' Pes Fancy
Sweaters,
Drawers worth ,
price 50c. .sale 42C Sweaters, .worth. 65c.,.sale 39C Assorted 'Colors, worth $1.43 Black Ribbed Hose, is I' :
price
$2.50, sale price worth lOc. ;39 cents
s AU Wool Shirts or Draw- Men's sale priceLadies' 7
Ladles $1.25 Fancy ers worth- |1.25. ale. 75 C Sweaters Mixed worth Honey$1.50 Comb saleprice 86 C Ladies'Sweaters Assorted, Half Colors Wool, 23 I Fancy Embroidered C '.
Handle Umbrella Boys Fleece, Lined Shirts or. Men's worth$2.00, sale pnce. Black Hose worth 250., sale J 13c ;
Fancy Comb : _
Honey '
89 cents worth 25c., sale 19e $ Men's Black Ribbed Sox, worth price Men a Boston Hose ;
Drawers SR worth. .$2.00 sale. I l9 10c.,sale price 7c Ladies' Black Ribbed Hose, | Supporters ;
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Sale Tickets Mean Low Prices, .



And a Mill and Factory Sale Ticket on Every Article, in This Store During Sale. This Means That inSAddition to the Large Amount

ofjMerchandise sent out by This Syndicate that every Piece or Lot of Merchandise, will be sold at Mill ,and Factory Cost Prices. b




No Competition Can: Equal the Matchless Bargains Offered DUring This .ale.




Matchless Mill and Factory Sale Prices. I Store Closed Thursday, February \.. I Money Saving Milljand Factory Prices.

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l,954yarda 4-4 Lonesdale Cambric 2,042 yards Checked Ginghams, ft J 2,467 yards White Outing Flanft-Dozen Full Bleached Nap
worth 12 cents, Syndicate 8 worth 8 cents, Syndicate (I, ,J nel, worth 6 cents, Syndicate u, kins,
-Price . ,.' ....., .... Price.-. .................. ....... -, Ill Imo .; ,- r- Price ..."... ....... .. ., t Price.worth.. .....$.1.50.. ,..Syndicate............ 98
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i 1,456 yds. 4-4 Bleached Sheeting. 1,986 yards Light Color Outing QRY ; 10 Pieces Bleacher! Table ])ama 36 Dozen Full Bleached
worth 10 cents, Syndicate 7 Flannel, worth 10 cents, Syndicate 6 ,, S ask, 54 inches wide, worth 35 ] ,
Price .... ....... .. .. ..... Price .............. .. .. . 1 r 4. ;'l: *; cents, Syndicate Price..., -' ;. Napkins Syndicate Price.worth..2.00.. ..., $1.14|
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2,948 yards Best (Prints, Short 1,757 yards Dark Color Outing ft -' l 10 Pieces Bleached Table
987 Towels Linen Finish,
worth 7 cents, Syn- 5 Flannel, worth 6 cents, Syndi- LL .. l Huch '
Lengths Damask, 58 inches vi4
wide
dlcate Pnce"' ,..'-..... .... cate Price.. ... ... .. . FACTORY : I l bflJ : 4 worth 40c., Syndicate Price Duck 15 cents Assorted, Syndicate Borders Price.worth.... 8

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1,568 yards Figured Madras, 1,878 yards Dark Color Outing 2 Pieces Bleached Linen Table 267 Towels, Pnre Linen Huck,
Short Lengths, yard wide /- Flannel worth 12 cents, Syn- 8 fl B B, Q, .T -I Damask, 62 inches: wide, ,48 worth 15 cents, 10
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10 centsSyndicate Price dicate Price 8,8 8 8,B8 worth 75c., Syndicate Price Price ...... ...................

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1,673 yards Dress Percales, 2,263 yards Light Color Outing 2 Pieces Bleached LinenTfeble 396 Towels Linen and
yard wide, worth 10 cents 71 and Flannelette, worth 15 8 B B B.B Damask 70 inches wide, 6a Cotton, Fancy and 14,25
Syndicate Price ..,-........- w cents, Syndicate Price .. jti worth f 1.00,Syndicate Price Plain, worth, 5OS.P.

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1467 yards Dress Ginghams, 2,312 yards Heavy Checked 27 Dozen Full Bleached Nap- 597 Towels Bleached Bath t
9 Homespun,worth 9jcenta,Syn- 6 A kins, worth 75 48 :assorted sizes, worth 15 g 19
worth 12 cents,Syndicate Price dicate Price ... ... ..... .. .., ,- Price .....cents.......Syndicate ...... to 40 c., Syndicate Price 0

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862 yards Heavy Unbleached 1,872 yards Light Color Heavy 33 Dozen Full Bleached Nap- 9S6 yards Toweling, all]
cents, 9 Madras, worth 15 cents Syndicate 9 kins, worth $1.00, Syndicate 79 kinds worth 10 to 20c., St10
Drill worth 12
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1,536 Men's Negligee Shirts, worth from 50c. '
196 Men's Odd Coats, made in the, latest ( 1 /O The Syndicate: made a special purchaseof Men's Pants tit 75c., Syndicate Price. 39 Syndicate Prices on SHOES for Men,
*DO in this line you will find values *\ .... .
Y Women and
styles, worth $2: 50 and $3.00 Synd. price 75 lO$ .QO --' .n ---- --- Chidren.
t from $1.00 to $4.00, S'rid Price
937 Men's Negligee Shirts, worth $1.00 Pair
Syndi59e Guaranteed. .
Every
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$1.00 Values, Mill & Factory Price,'' $ .69 '
236 Youth's Odd Coats, made in latest styles, worth 1500 Pairs Boy's Knee Pants, worth 10 to 63 6S9 Men's Union-Made Overalls, worth $1.00 SQSyndicate Ie "
$2.00 and $150- Syndicate e 29 to 1 l1.00, 'Syndic-ate Price -Price . .... D7t 1.50 .98 -
Price......... .:.' .. $U9 D N$1 0...0." M' 1.39 .
2S6 Suits, worth from $1.50 .
Boy's
98 QQ Men's Cambric Shirts, worth 60c., '
to. 296 Night
to $3.00. Syndicate PrIce.......". Syndicate Price. 43 2.50. "- 1. i9

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19 Men's Overcoats, all lar e sizes, worth 497 Pairs Men's Elastic Seam Drawers, worth
$5.00 to $10 00, Syndicate Price... ."." $3.12 Ladies'' Jackets and Capes, at Mill and Factory Prices. 50 cents, Syndicate Price.. . . ..., 42c 3-50 t c h H u 'ioJ.> 78 ,
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I 40 cents Drawers fo: J9 cents

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1\\ 65 cents Drawers for 43 cents.

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We have sent this Store Thousands 127 Fringed and Plain 96 Pairs Nottingham Lace Cur- ff\ Table Oil Cloth, worth 25 cen s per /C Laces and Embroidery, the line in which
Spreads, worth $1.00, Syndi69 tains, worth $1.50 Syndicate Q yard, Syndicate Price l\J we are kings:
of Dollars worth of Goods cate Price'- Price J 10000 yards Torchon Lace,worth lOc. to2Oc
direct from the Mill, especially in 96 Fringed and Plain Crochet BedSpreads 180 Pairs Nottingham Lace Syndicate price, per yard. ... .. .Icti
10000 Valencinnes'Lace, worth
Dry Goods, Laces and Embroideries.;. Price worth. $1.50. Syndicate- 98 Curtains cate Price, worth-$2.00 Syndi-- $11 1 1Q Leatherette$1.50, Syndicate Suit Price Cases, worth- 9 8 20c.yards Syndicate! price ... . ."5c.. irti to
5000 yards Cambric
Embroidery Edging
On these Goods we can save you at 49'Fringed Bed Spreads, very 71 Pairs Nottingham Lace and Insertions worth lOc. Syn. Pr. Sstl
least 50 per cent as we are conheavy, worth $'_).50- Syndicate $1].4 8. Curta.rth $3.00. Syndicate $1-98 J 10000 yards Cambric Embroidery Edging
Price1S6 Covered Trunks,

Price Canvas
and Insertions worth 20c Pr. gets
stantly unloadin 'factories. Remember 186 Pairs Nottingham Lace Curtains Bleached Sheets, for double worth $3.00, Syndicate $Z. I 9 3500 yards Assorted Cambric,Nook Syn. and
the VARIETY STORE worth 75 cents, Syndicate. 52 beds, worth 60 cents, Syndicate 42 Price Swiss Embroidery Edging and loser*
Price Price ion worth lOc. to $1.50 per yard,
: sells it's impossible for t
everything,
Syndicate price .r U 5Sc4
us to list all of them as ,it would 87 twins Pairs worth Nottingham$1.25, Lace Syndicate Cur- 79 296 Bleached Pillow Cases, large size 9 Zinc g2.00 Covered, Syndicate Trunks Price worth $U4 Come to sec this line. The best Octla
take up too much space. Pnce. worth 15 cents, Syndicate Price ban ever seen.


be Biggest Values i ig) the World Now Stare You iq i tie Fice, THE VARIETY STORE.


It Will Pay you to Travel Miles to Visit! this Sale. OCALA, FLORIDA. .


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THE OCALA BANNER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1906. _

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THE TACKY BALL The Warren Medal Contest The Young Man Working for Wages. ( SAVING JN TURPENTINE'

THE BALL OF THE SEASON. INDUSTRY.

Rev. L. B. Warren formerly pastorof When the writer .w's a young man LINIHEl
OF AIL
A Large Number Attend The Cos the First Baptist church in this he worked for others. It was 'hard Further Economy Effected in Exper- KING

tumec Excite MerrimentTheCold city, gave a gold medal valued at $%5. work, strenuous endeavor part of the merits Made by the Forest Service CURES RHEUMATISM AID ALL Psnrr

Gives Zest to the to be given for the best declamation time and steady plodding drudgerythe Which Introduced th- Cup and pUaltCtJlIR* eU11 call t etsta War!

Dancing. rest of the time. As he looks backat Gutter System. CURE S 01e U5 5.O spuamse a
among the members of the Warren ,
it now he sees that it was all good I -,. r.GOftU.MBUCXS.eMUUUM,AM AU iWUHMT 6* flu*

The regular weekly dance was given Sunbeam Society. for him all necessary training. And Washington, D. C. Jan. l6. 1906.
The declamations came off Friday
fcf the young gentlemen at the Ar- I he can stick a pin and say: "Hereis The recent experiments of the Forest
night at the First Baptist church and f
eorl Friday night and as usual the where I began to rise in life." to conserve the life
Service designed
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the building was comfortably crowded i
Feeng people had a very delightful notwithstanding the bad weather to Where think you. was that point It I of turpentine trees gives promise of 1

Mae. The colored orchestra furnish- was the time when he awoke and got It Is believed
hear the debate. of the little folks. remarkable success.
.4 the music the floor was good and up before his foreman .Somehow af- tested In ese
About ten entered the contest and all that the Improvements
tL4 extremely cold weather enhanced ter that time things went easier, and
to
addition
acquitted themselves most handsomely experiments wil. In pro-
the pleasure of the dancing. yet he worked the harder. But when
the life of the trees, greatly
and each declaimer had very stout longing NOWHEAD
.h a slight diversion to the usual there came within him a compellingforce total yield of turpen- 5
champions, and. all but the favoritesof increase their
Aaaces this affair was a "tacky ball" that caused him to set himselfto
the one who won believed the
and some of the costumes were quite doing things, then life was pleas- tine.When of
the end gutter system
judges made a mistake in their award. cup
ludicrous and fun provoking and much anter and brighter and from that day th
Eva Lee Edwards, the beautiful turpentining was ineroduced by
sMrriment was caused by the tacki- his fortune was made.
golden haired, six years old daughter Forest Service some three years ago,
MBS of some of the belles and beaux Fortune comes morever from within. led to
of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Edwards the economy which it secured
resent It is not a thing that can be
is the little lady who bore off 1 its adoption on a large scale bj
The assemblage was a very motley grafted on. It comes from desire to i What
the honors and she did herself great southern turpentine producers.
Md interesting looking one and those credit do things. from habit of doing them i I lends this system its great val THIS REMARKABLE CURE

participating In the dance were the and doing them well. It comes from i
The contest was an interesting one, ue is the fact that It does away with "I VM much afflicted with rhecnuilia,write
following: Messrs. Harvey Clark, instinct that leads a man to desires
but neither it nor anything else is the old practice of "boxing" which ,Ed.C.Nod,lowaville,Scdgwick Co.,Kiasu,"going
Harry Palmer Alfred Beck Osco and do rlways his best work to choose
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needed to perpetuate Mr. Warren's consists In cutting a deep cavity or About on crutches and suffering a great deal of ptia.I .
Gay Zewadski Stephen Jewett, JohnBilllvan service that brings out his best ef- WM induced to try Ballird'i Snow Liniment which
for the
of the tree
box at the base
name In Ocala.
Bob Mathews, J. H. Bell.J4hn forts. No man need despair of achieving cured me, after using three 50e bottle. XT IS TU3
purpose of catching and holding the GREATEST LINIMENT EVER USED tare
Pelot John Taylor W. D. Tay- the best of life if only he can blow ; recommended
Croup. resin which flows from the chipped it to a amber of persons, all expresi
Jer. James Taylor, Morris Smith O. Into a living Same the spark that
benefited I
"face of the tree trunk above. In themselves as being bj it. now walk
21 Dowse, Howard and Harry Walters Begins with the symptoms of a common dwells always within him, the spark without crutches, and am able to perform a great
place of the "box" 'an earthenware cur
cold; there is a chilliness
Hampton Chambers J. H. Workman sneez of desire of ambition, and that flame deal of light labor on tho (ana."
ing, sore throat hot skin quick pulse, of the same capacity, is fastened to
mi Robinson, Misses Mattie and hoarseness and impeded respiration.Give once kindled. If fed with patience, will I THREE SIZES: 25c 50c AND $1.00
I the tree. To this the flowing resin is
.J' CarrIe Williams Sue Barco Mary frequent small doses of Ballard'sHorehound show the way little by little past all
Syrup (the child will cry directed by the mans of metal gutters. BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.ST. .
Anderson, Valeta Potter; Sara Har- for it) and the first sign of a croupycough the hard turnings.
i The disuse of the "box" effected a twofold LOUIS. U & A.
rta, Bessie Porter, Edna Dozier Eloise apply frequently Ballard'sSnow All things have their use. The
Liniment to the throat. gain-first, a saving of the deep,

Miller, Louise Harris Annie Mathews, Mrs. A. Vilet New Castle, Colo., young man working for wages needs fatal wound in the base of the tree

)Beatrice Sinclair, Florid Condon, Mil- writes, March 19, 1902: : "I think Bal the toil the drudgery. Without it he
lard's HorehounJ Syrup a wonderful and consequently a conversation of
Ared Nurney. Leta Camp Sue Anderson can never know aright how to direct SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
remedy and so pleasant to take. Sold I
| Its vitality; and second, much less
Ethel Robinson Grace Hatchell. by all druggists. m other men to do the same or similar .
waste In the gathering of the product _ALL DRUGGISTS.
Aha Pearson and Marguerite Potter. things. He needs the sympathy that I. -
Association with a greater yield of turpen-
A large number of spectators were Cemetery Meets. this toil will give to him, the sympathy
tine and better grades of resin.While .
present to enjoy watching the merry with those under him,
The ladles Greenwood this decided Improvement -7
dancers and viewing the amazing cos- Cemetery association pathy with the toiling, grimy sym'l
held a special meeting Friday spared the tree very considerably, the
tome that must always be. He
afternoon at the residence ofUTS. method of chipping "faces" to stimulate
skill that comes from often doing a
Edward Badger on Ocklawaha I resin flows remain unchanged.This .
Miss Leafy Sylvester Entertains the I
thing. Some day he can look back
Dish avenue. The most Important business Jn Itself necessitates a deep
Chafing Club. on that toil and know that it was
of this meeting was the annual ales I wound which. It is believed, exhhauststhe :
needful and good. The young man
Friday afternoon Miss Leafy Sylvester tion of officers. Plans were discussed vitality of the tree more than is .
working for wages should be well assured -
and arrangements were made foi necessary. Exhaustion is eviden'
entertained the members of the that his employer is watching

young ladies chafing dish club and carrying on and perfecting the work from thhe fact that after the first
to see what he is doing. He may giveno

several other of her friends in compliment of the association for the coming sign, but every time that young year the yield quickly falls off, and the

to Miss Mildred Nurney, of Satlolk total productive period is also limit
year.Mrs. man does a task well or one that he

e ; Virginia who is the attractive Richard McConathy was elect I has set himself to unasked he I s ed. A further step In advance, to One and Two-horse Hay Press

guest of her sister Mrs. Jack Camp. ed president of the association; Mrs. I I marked up a notch in that employer's supplement the gains already secured

Hiss Emily Ford assisted the young R. A. Burford. first vice president;; I II I estimation. And some day it will all by the cup and gutter system was Tedders

hastess during the afternoon and the Mrs. Frank Harris, second vicepresident telL therefore suoght In the new plan. This, ,

young ladies present spent the hours ; Mrs. C. C. Todd. recording secretary One aimed t oreduce the size and numbeof
might say with truth that the

most pleasantly. An original guess- ; Mrs. J. E. Chace corresponding young man who works for wages has I "faces" chipped, and also the depth Mowers Rakes

lag contest the answers to which secretary; Miss Nellie C. Stevens, his fortune made the first time he of the chipping, without diminishing ,

the of the various treasurer. the flow of resin.
were names countries -
seeks out and sets himself unasked tf'
- --:-- In experiments Knife Grinders
was the form of' the amusement perform a needed task, since then carried out duringthe

lor the afternoon. Miss Hatchell was Chamberlain's Mother's Cough Favorite.Remedy the there is started to develop within him past season the first object was to ,

Ike successful contestant and won an that show that at least an equal flow o
priceless gift, to originate to A Complete Stock of Repairs
xqulsitely pretty chafing dish apron The soothing and healing properties execute. Given these the resin can be secured from shallower
young man

which she very presented totoe and prompt of this and remedy permanent, its pleasant cures taste have Is no longer a drudge; he is ready to and shorter "faces." The success ol; Both Deering and McCormick.

honor guest. made it favorite with people every stand with the captains. Fortune the experiments has tentatively es-

In the dining room 'he guests were where. It Is especially prized by tablishehd the practlbllity of this plan.A .
comes over from wlthin.Breeder'sGazette.
mothers of small children, for colds
mated at the prettily appointed table croup and whooping cough, as It always great saving naturally results for j

and Miss Ford and Miss Sylvester affords quick relief and as i it by reducing the depth and the super-
contains no opium or other harmful
poured the chocolate, with which wa drug, It may be given as confidently! A Remedy for White Fly. ficial extent of the wound the dralr MARION HflRDWfIRE COMPANY]

served dainty sandwiches and mints. to a baby as to an adult. For sale by I on the vitality 0: the tree is reduced,
all druggists.
Miss Sylvester's guests were Miss j and at least an equal yield is secured i .

Mildred Nurney. of Suffolk( Virginia, The First Kiss: writlug without discounting the product of

Miss Myrtle Lachman of Chattanooga, Where the pretty girl who edits the former years. Under the old system

Tenn Misses Emily Ford Alice Van Louisville Lyre got the idea is not the annual yield gradually falls off,

Juhan. Alice Carlisle, Edna Dozier, known when she said, "the greatest report before the Horticultural So largely In consequence of the forma- .m

F Grace Hatchell. Eloise Miller. Louise ciety that Wli found a tree in one of toin of "dry-face" which
surprise to the girl who gets kissed Is a kind of

Harris, Mattie and Carrie Williams, for. the first time is that there is no our orange groves which had been local death effecting the wood of the S 1a

Bessie Porter and Mrs. Bernard Selig- taste to ifHowever cleaned of the sooty mold by snails. tree.

ran of Columbus. Ga. This year they have spread to about It is highly probable that v.it'i this
an old bachelor in the
Much pleasure was added to the afternoon 100 trees, and are in other groves in diminution In the of
severity tie
western part of the state roars back: operation '
: by the singing ot Miss Nur- our vicinity. In company with Pro- 1i1r
the
\o taste to it? By the great hen ordinary term of ti;.;'t:e 01 /
aey and the piano solos by Mrs. Selig- fessor E. H. Sellard. we made an ex- I four"
years during which
feather foi
t in Cupid's dart the girl must a ;"st Is tL

m&n. be color blind in the palate. They amination of the snails and tbeii now worked can be greatly inc:eised. ('.
work. We found them 1(1( -' .
on the tree this S
tell. us, those who have tried it we means only a larger total
Startlir But True. trunks, on dead and live twigs, leaves return and J I
haven't-that consequently larger
it tastes like double distilled ; pro-
and fruit. Tha tree often being '.ean- fits
but also that the investment
-
of
People the world over were horrified essence honey spread on per-

:= .n learning of the burning of a Chicago pumpkin I'ie.way back in the.dim ed has a bright clean trunk and iod for turpentining capital is lengthened -
theater in which nearly six hundred glosy foliage
as if varnished. The .
a fact which
r people lost their lives, yet more and joyful years of long ago beforewe especially appealsto
lhan live times this number or over lost our teeth 'and our cinch snails i this work, seemed to be af- the investor.

1.000 people died, from pneumonia in on ter their sooty mold, and leaves a deal The experiments .
the are being
Chicago during the same year with beauty prize, the prettiest girl in conducted -

., scarcely a passing notice. Everyone all the world told us that it felt likea of the brown and red fungi which I in co-operation with the HillmanSuth4rland I

.f these cases of pneumonia resulted preys upon the white fly. Land
of : Company, which
covey frightened
.
quail
flying out
from a cold and could have been presented -
by the timely use of Chamber- of each ear and ended up with a sensation They seemed to have eaten of last year placed four crops of trees,

; Min's Cough Remedy. A great many similar to that which what ever coating or sooty mold had of about 8,000 trees each al
might be
who had every reason to fear pneu- accumulated over these ;unL Some the .,
. disposal of
the
) produced season of 1906 has
umia have warded it off by the by a flock- of angels pouringa

prompt use of this remedy. The fol- golden stream of molasses: down think they are destroying the scale consented to supply still more tim-

awing la an intsance of this sort: one's back. I and white fly eggs. We do not find ber to further the study.
Too much cannot be said in favor No taste to a kiss! Great

.f Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and Scott; It would make a wooden: In- :I II any live fly pupae on the lower part of FOUR 1
specially for colds j I the tree which The SAILINGS ACH WEEK .
;c and influenza. I dian's hair surL" we examined, but we Yellow Fever Germ

know that It cured my daughter, I decided this was owing to the great has recently been discovered. It bears ,
Laura of a severe cold, and I be The question is ,if the Lyre speaks a close resemblance to the malaria fev- .

lieve saved her life when she was from experience, what kind of a ga quantity of brown and red fungi pres- er garm. To free the system- from disease BETWEEN !
threatened with pneumonia" W. D. ent. This season has been an idea' germs, the most effective remedy
Wilcox New York old by all druggists loot was it who gave her that counterfeit is Dr. King's New Life Pills Guaran- acksonville
and ;
one for spreading of these fungi, be- New York.
m kiss.-...Modern Pilgrim. teed to cure all diseases due to ma- .
.........
--- ing wet from the larial poison
: first of July to the and constipation. 25 cts.

s. Will Plant Watermelons and Canta first of October.As at Tydings & Co.'s drug store. m
A Healing Gospel. -t
loupes. the snails prey upon the vegetable Time Flies. Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways. 1
The Rev. J.V.. TEE: FINEST :
Warren. pastor of life and seems ta take particular SIEA2SEP5JHIHE..COASTWISE S227ICE. .

1 Mr. C. H. Mathis, of Blackville S. Ga.the, says Sharon of Electric Baptist Bitters church: "It Belair Is a, fancy tu the sooty mold we shall The Fort Pierce News in its THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LIB t
says
S.. who. has been planting watermelons Godsend to manknid. It cured me of distribute them through our groves last DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
Issue, that 1
lame Captain
back. stiff joints and somplete and Mrs. I
and cantaloupes in Florida for if we can, by their ai.delcna
physical collapse. I was so weak it mfwy Tucker of that town celebrated their t
louth Carolina and Colorado for SeVeral took half an hour to walk a mile. for if we can by their aid, clean our 44th Jacksonville Boston
= Two bottles of Electric Bitters wedding anniversary Tuesday of and Ptovidence
past will continue to plant have fruit and trees during the and all Eastern ,
made summer last Points.
me so strong I have just walked week at their beautiful home, a
r this county. three miles in 50 minutes and feel and early fall, it will save the expense I where .friends SEMI Calling at Charleston Both Ways. .
\
dropped 'in 1IEEKLY
to wish S.lI

He will put in four hundred an like new walking man of three me."more.Greatest It's made remedy a of spraying early in the season an [ them the compliments of the season. Scattbwad: ...................... ............._.......................LIXGS..,. Frog Lewis' War B I

tfty acres in watermelons and three for weakness and all stomach and liver ;: washing the fruits when gathered. 1 This Capt. Tucker is the same Billy NQ .h'JtL......................'..'...............Iron feet of Catherine Street, Ja k, car 1

hundred and fifty acres in cantaloupes complaints. Sold under guaranteeat Fruit cleaned by these snails Clyde
will
50 Tydings & Co.'s drug store. Price color 60 days earlier and Tucker who was a schoolmate of our : M. Johns River Line. I :
cents. make tWI editor
in when Lake
City Between
Last season Mr. Mathis planted near -- sizes large fruit was Alligator Jacksonville and Sanford I

teala. This season ha U >oerating at Mrs. ,V'. H. Bevenger sister of Mr. I Now, the question is, if "the snails and That McMillan was thq teacher. Stopping at Palatb, Astor, St. Fracis: Beresfard ( lelaai ) and hterffi 'd

' Irvine in the northwestern portion of Shuey. and her daughter. Miss Bessie I can be propogated In'all the doesn't seem so very long ago Lasdisgs on St. Johns Elver- 1
white fly and here Billy Tucker I Steamers City of h
Jacksonville
has been
mar- and Fre 'k
Z Hie county. Bevenger and granddaughter. Lucite districts or only near the coast I DeBarrj}

who have been visiting Mr. and land. on low ried 44 years Well well And Billy are appointed to Sail lietuniing.as.follows leave: Leave Jacksonville daily except Saturdays, f?* I:! 0

has got rich and has Saaford daily except: Sunday at n
a
Luckiest Man in Arkansas. Mrs. George E. Shuey returned to a beautiful home ':30 m. J

their home at Dayton. O., Monday. | The Subject of Encomiums. and Is spoken of as a probable candi- tJ
"I am the luckiest man in Arkan I date for South-Bound I E
They were accompanied to St Augustine governor-and we don't Read Down SCHEDULE
was, writes H R. Stanley of Bruno Reftl *
"since the restoration of my wife's by Mrs. Shuey. Mrs. Beatrice Marean's latest know .what alL tr

t t coughing health after and five bleeding years from of continuous the lungs; which is now being printed in novel the May Capt. Tucker and his good LeAve"* 3 8 30 45 p. m.m. ----_ Jacksonville ?._-...-.n ..__..._ -Arrive- ; OS*' t'

Mrs: V S. wife live to celebrate .. p. -- -- Falatka ...... ....... a
\ Bullock __
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and I owe my good fortune to the accompanied Sunday and weekly editions many more hap- 3 oe a. m. _.___ _____ Aster -- LeaveMMMVM air
world's greatest medicine. Dr. King'sNew Judge Bullock to Key West Sunday Ocala of the py wedding anniversaries. Jasper 4-30 a. m. __--...,........ St. i tUVla.M.M? _..________,. ".. S'1r
Discovery for Cunsumption.which Banner Is recE'iving.some. very I News. -..' ...- ........Beresford( l "'.
and after the session of the circuit Arrive 8 30 a. ta. I.aD4)t.; .
I know will splendid .. Suford i
from experience
encomiuns. It is .. ,.. ,
a most interesting .
to .. .
cure consumption it taken in time. My court Judge and Mrs. Bullock will story oo a. m., mi. ,_ mcipnbg...-.-.. __, __j 1' to a a
wife improved with first bottle and Cuba and the readers of this The Best GE'dta&L FiSSZ 355 AN TiS2rCFIC! 122 WEST
visit and will return tome by paper don't Physic. BAY SI, JACZSQN91? '
twelve bottles completed the cure. want to miss the
F M.
Cures the worst coughs and colds way of the East Coast stopping at tunity of reading It. New subscribers oppor- When you want a physic that is w.G..COOP2R.IRONMONCER Ja.. Freight Ia.Agent.. .bi't Gell'Pass. Agent- in Waft Bay SL.IacboaYille.F!".
.r money refunded. At Tydings &; various mild c..P.IOV2u.. SupaiDtcll4 "
points on the and Foot of
American Rev- gentle easy to take Hogan Street,Jachonil1
can obtain back and cer FU. .
Co.'s druggists. 50c. and $1.00. Trial numbers of HA.CERTY.Cft'1
tain East'li
t aria the to act always use Chamberlain's Pass Act., New York. CIYD8e MtLNE.Coq Pr't.Aat..1J. 0:
mottle free. paper containing the first chapters Stomach and Liver Tablets. For THEO G. EGER
'-<. by all druggists sale Ceural Nasager. WMi P. CLYDE & CO", It
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OCALA BANNER. FRIDAY I .FEBRUARY Z. 1906.
PAGE NINE:
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mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm t t m mmmmm Ten Ways to Us. Sweet Potatoes THE LOVES OF YESTERDAY.A > 'I 1B'rA1Ia PBICfi LIST OF

;

IN SELF DEFENSE As the sweet potato pVys an important | Little Poetry That Come Jo Every WHISKIES WINESI BEER AND MALT. k

... part in our pantry in Florida i Man's Life But the Awakeningis ,


i X X A ,Rural Story '( '( X r 3 5 i the following ten' recipes by S. E. all Prose. BmESS' -

Wilcox In Country Gentleman may I l'Ul'Am. IMk good'l-JIIg1 f'r<<-Not oret !d.
EE BY M BEATRICE =5Author I I When I F U'Qt. Xeu re_, Qti 6 -
MAREAN. was a mere stripUng'and 4 Qta. u Qts. "ro per gal1on. ayc.Giu.Co.II. Good Graft
add variety to our methods of pre- Hlllrdog t1ab Itvc.___ IJ 6S u 00 17 00 $ioo ,anon. -
per
6Js r I went to school in the room Ncl.son' County Rye._....._.... I -
.f Tta4.dt.. i/ Hur.t, MC.mllI.,- "Won grammar qo ,4 25 7 so .
M Lst. Etc. r paring same.BiscuitMash. Monogram.. R9! S JO 4 60 800 Rye Cia I COI1I.Ram. Piuc Qaaiityt.O1; 'N..
... ''l loved a girl so inter sely it made my HauD 'a {4" Rye._ _) 73 S 00 050 Rye Gin.Corn Yam Best tar the money: ;
thoroughly four me Social Dro .._..
S. ___ 4 SO l so 12 00 /3 oopngal... ,
Z WRITTEN ESPECIALLY FOR THE OCALA. DAILY BANNER dium-sized cold boiled potatoes after headache! While I should have been Peach 3talt'Whiskey Brandy ____ 31S S 00 950 "44.t Rye Peach and apple Dandy'. MeU.we z
-- 3 75 S 00 9 SO
riuWWWWIU1111111111 removing the skin. Stir in four tablespoonfuls studying my geography lesson and Apole Brandy__.., .- 315 S00 45o bJ'age S 4.00 per gal oj -
Holland Gin.... ,_. 8 Victoria Rye Social MedilStneva
> 2 4 2S 7
l iUnU1U1U UU of flour, butter the size of learning what bounded Cuba on the Gin _.... 375 Soo a 2S'P er ... ;
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CHAPTER L derson becoming a small egg. and milk, to make the high side I was overworked trying to NorthCarolinaCona Mountain CorD __...._ :65 400 100 Fatataft' ....... _. ..w"- ,.--II......... alt
alarmed# for the | consistency of flour biscuit dough. Jamacia Rum ....,.- 315 206 Sao 950lrRn Pale.___;;. .... ......... I .
'MI wlah would be advised by safety of solve the problem older than the,pyramids Medford 42S# 7 SO Studard ----_'_ t w
you his anm .... ... .. u.
young friend, urged him S 15
Rolland), cut place in a well-greased pan of Grape Brandy........ ...._ 500 950 Malt.exuadark ..... ...._ ......_.._ 1 w f
Egypt or Leaning Pisa the
3 :5 500 450 ... ... _....
me In this matter John. to prepare himself i fag of Kentucky Burborn_ Coharget imported. .__ t w
for defense in a bake in an oven with moderate quandary of love. 3 7S 5 OCt 950 Bass Ale.piata -.: ,-no_ ..-.. a II
"But. Bob. it seems to me the height chance meeting with his heat. Assortment Allowed on all Goods of Sama Guinness Stout" pints ....... ... sf ;
enemy. :My world was bounded on the east :

of cowardice for a man to Carry ,firearms John's reluctant hand had scarcely Puffs-Steam six potatoes skin by the shy glances of a pair of distracting : Prte- Prices br the barrel 011 Ipplcrt1Q1. 4

in a' civilized community. I deposited the pistol safely out of sightin mash finely add a tablespoonful of brown eyes, on the west by a <

his hip-pocket sugar, two tablespoonfuls of mallet .,
carried la when the cracking mop of wavy hair, on the south by' -' '
never a pistol my life, nor : 0-
knew the need of' one." of dried twigs upon the foot path leadIng butter .a little salt and beat until the incense of her presence, and on..

"Well you will know the need of past the spring caused both boysto very: light; add the whites of twc the north by the hope that some day HANNE Bsae. '

when meet Bill 1 ]look quickly toward the sound and eggs well-frothed, and beat again. there would be "something doing" and
one you Hamilton ,
alone In'' some of those lonely''forest as' they did so the tall form of a slen- I Butter small cups place on a bakingtin. a chance to win that hemisphere for 246.25S West Adams St. Jacksonville Fla

dor young man came into fill not quite full and bake with own.
view. my very
roads .travel and
you you are a foolhardy -
fellow if you don't provide The material and cut of the neat quick< heat. The love of conquest was in my souL .

yourself with some meansof, defense." suit[ of grey tweed worn by a newcomer I Sugared-Steam. peel, and dry a I neglected my algebra and my language LANDS. :

"I am not afraid of Bill Hamilton as well as the man's genteel and | little in the oven. When cold cut in lessons to take long journeys. _

i almost foppish hall lengthwise place round-side u;; I i ,
in
I Bob." appearance denoted my mind and at the end of which : '

That fact does not diminish the'' that he did not belong to this back- in a well-buttered dripping pan givea I she waited with smiling face and rose- If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent; .

wood's settlement. A student's dash of salt and pepper dot wittbits bud lips. For her I braved and .
danger to which you are exposing. cap perils or] if you want to buy lands for farming grazing
v .
yourself while set boyishly upon the back of his of butter sprinkle liberally will slew the wild beast in his lair, for .
traveling about these turpentining or lumber -
head, and the soft dark rings of cur- sugar and bake thirty or forty minutes her I was the soul of honor and the purposes,
lonely roads unarmed and '
ed. unprotect- ly hair framed a massive brow of ex- In a quick oven. quintessence of nobility; for her I liv Write to "

"Do quisite fairness. lie carried a large A La Creme-Cut in small I1ieces.and ed, died and was buried several timesa s' .
you really think, Bob that Bill
Hamilton would make unprovoked leather bound book under his right steam until a little more than half week. For her I missed my lessonsin BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO. '

attack arm and his slender hands were aa tender. Put into a basin or puddm: classes where she was not and : _
.
upon mer |
Think? shapely and white as a woman's.He dish' season with salt butter am stood at the head in classes where OCALA, FLORIDA.) ".
Why man, I know that he .i
nodded a pleasant white: pepper; pour over a teacup of
good morningto her beloved presence spurred me
upI I
would! He Is a desperate fellow, and .
baa made'threats that when he meets the two young men as with long cream to every two quarts of potatoes ward toward perfection. For her'I i ., z

i swinging strides he passed where they and bake slowly until brown. went to church in the fond hope of

you will alone bite the one dust.or. the other of you were sitting and then disappeared behind Waffles-Add to two heaping tablespoonfuls "seeing her home" afterward. For herI REflECI[ A M MHT.J( -

"I never did Bill Hamilton an injury. i a screen of dark green foliage. of boiled potatoes rubbedthrough was the last boy in town to learnto r t '
!
." : "Who is that young fellow, Bob?" a colander a tablespoonful o smoke and for her I strenuouslydenied

1 know that you never did, John,, inquired John as the foot steps of thepasserby' melted butter, tablespoonful of sugar, it long after father had strap Hare you decided on the kind &f

died away in the distance. scant pint of milk, four tablespoon ped me in the woodshed and advisedme fertilizer ,
but Bill insists that it was through djtirr you are going to asap Ifsnot
"His name is Charlie Seymour. 11 e' fnls of Sour, whites of two eggs beaten "to smoke good ones, it I must
'
your instrumentality he and his bro13 t I t \ a question of how much but.
a brother'ot :Mrs. Allen the rector's stiff (or one whole egg) a littl smoke."
ther were arrested list week. Besides : rc 1
walt
kill
vrten.!
wife whom he is visiting. Mrs. salt two teaspoonfuls of baking pow- Let me think! What did become of r tae b93t result

have ba thinks by harming you. he will' Allen told me yesterday that her der. Grease the irons very thoroughly that girl? Oh yes; she married another j;; can be obtaineJ You can't make: .

Is fully revenge aware on.of Sheriff the. deep Adrian.attachment B11] brother's health had failed while he fill and bake brown. Serve with a i and the last time I saw her she ; 21," mistake when you use our high grad

which exists between was attending a law university In New sauce of half a teacupful of honey had a squalling baby and waddlet a' fertilizers. .
:your stepfather
and York consequently his physician had beaten with a teacupful, of cream, o when she walked? Actually waddled! 3 4

deal yourself the sheriff and no knows more that serious he could blow ordered him to give up his books and with maple syrup, if preferred. I remember that! Highest cash price paid for dry bones ,--

than to take banished him for a season to the pine Cheese Cakes-Beat half a teacupful And for this, I lost 4,376.5 golden
your life. Now John doW
sensible; either take my good old forests of Georgia. He hasn't given of butter with three or four well hours-hours spent In Idle dreaming FLORIDA FERTILIZER MF'G. 50MP4HT.GalnesvillA. .

up his books however for he is always mashed boiled potatoes, the yelks o when I might have been "soaking" i
trusty and carry it well loaded in your Fla -'
poring over them when I call at three eggs half a teacupful o fsugar the kids with spit-balls! Alas! Evena
pocket or Just get up and cut the
the rectory; and did you notice the and a quarter of a pound of dried cur- boy's life is not all sunshine!-Byron .
country until the law disposes of Bill
large volume he was rants. Add the frothed whites
carrying underhis of the Williams in Western Publisher.
and Jess Hamilton as it undoubtedl) arm when he passed us?" eggs and juice and "
grated peel of a ,
kill do at our next ,term of
criminal The
court" "Yes I noticed it No doubt he is lemon. Serve in patty pans with a A Letter of Thanks. Vehicle and Harness Co

stealing away to hide himself some nice crust; put in each a heaped teaspoonful -
"Well to please you. Bob. I will
where in the woods so as not to be of'the mixture, and bake ,in Tampa, Fla., Jan. 27, 1906.(
accept the loan of your pistol, Cor. Forsyth and Cedar St.
althoughI disturbed while he is reading." replied a quick oven. To the Editor of the Ocala Banner: ,
believe that your fears are ground- JCKSOXYILLE .
FLORIDA.
John. Pie No. l.-Peel and mash boiled Through the courtesy of a friend I '
'lesa, and I know I shall feel if I
as "They would better lock up his jotatoes when warm rub through a received a marked copy of your valuable

I were carry a a desperado pistoL" myself as long as books from him and put him to hoe colander; to every teacupful add two paper of the 23rd Inst. Permit me Dealers in Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Surreys,

ing corn and cotton; that would bring tablespoonfuls of sugar ten eggs; add to thank you heartily for your flattering Road Carts Harness Saddles
"No you won't-that's all Lap Robes Etc. ;
nonsense the roses back to his pale cheeks, eh, rich milk to make a quart Line t | remarks concerning myself and to ,

,, .gladly replied passed the owner the of weapon the pistol into as hl be Scnmpanon's John?" deep pig tin: bringing the crust abov assure you that the Jewish: communityof LARGEST CONCERN IN THE STATE AND LOWEST "BICES.

"You are talking sense now old the edge of the tin; then moisten thee Ocala cannot feel more gratifiedby =
keeping. I
man" laughed John as he rose to ge uad: (,:nch together with the fingers my services than I am to find in
It was a lovely morning in ua >
Y | his feet and began to brush away the I ; fill and boke. them an intelligent audience full of ', -
Every blade of -- -- -, _.
grass and sweet wildflower --- --- -; -, ::-,- ,.
-
shavings which had lodged on his \o. 2.-Line a deep pie tin wit devotion and religious ferver. I anticipate

growing peacefully upon the trousers from the stick on which he crust put in a layer of peeled thinly- much pleasure from my visits PRICE LIST OF

banks of the cool, sparkling spring. had bet nldly whittling. "Well I must sliced cold boiled potatoes, sprinkle to Ocala. Your beautiful city and her EUREKA WINE &
beside which the above conversationtook LIQUOR CO.
be off; he continued. thickly with sugar dot with bits of hospitable citizens have made a most ,
place, was beneath a flashing diadem The Great Southern Mail Order House
"Where are you going? inquired butter and season with nutmeg; another agreeable and lasting impression upon
of dew drops. -
Bob as he too rose from the greenmossy layer and seasoning. When me. Especially proud was I to EXPRESS PREPAID. Fall Quart Measure.
A strip of tall, graceful
pines stretching
bank and began to untie the nearly full season the top layer pou r | find your Jewish populace of such
away to the. southward fringedthe Per Four Six Per,
halter strap of his horse th at stood over two eggs well-beaten and half high standard. Gallen
a
tender blue sky, and the gentle tied to a stout sapling near by where teacupful of milk. Put on a top crust Very respectfully yours Hatchett's Hatchelt' That's Pri.ateStocL-__....___H__...._..__ S4 00 Quarts$4 00 Quuts$6 00 'Cue 1200
summer winds Whiskey ___. 460
soughing through their the two friends had been sitting. and bake slowly. H. S. Stollnitz. Hatchett's Old Rye... '.. ....... ... -_ 450 330 320 69"4 &, 137S,60.
wtvinr branches fell with a soothinmurmur EurekaN C Apple Braudy... -__ .. .... .. 475 475 !
am going down to Overton's mill. ? Pudding.' No. 1.-To two teacupfulsof N C. Apple Brandy:?__, '__H'_",__ H'_ 395 3Z5 70G 485 1400 'q
upon the quiet scene. i"I you go with me. Bob?" grated I Subscriptions Defined. Eureka Malt ".n -- _....;_.. .. ... ........ 400. 400 600 1200.970 .
raw sweet
The two young men to whose potato add halfjt Eureka ft. C. Peach Brandy._ .___...___._ 475 415
co am sorry I can't old fellow hi a teacupful of nice molasses, two N XX Peaah Brandy _... .. ..""."_.'_H .I 25 3 5 4115 700 q 00
nn&tlo8 hare listened un-invited. J The Eureka N. C. Orn.....__ ...?, ..,_ 325 9'
3 8S
I Poetniaster-General 25
were promised:! father I 'would huntand up tablespoonfuls of sugar, two tablespoonfuls a Eureka C.Corn, xx: '.._.H........ ......H._......... 300 300 4 460 970 en
mere youths, stalwart hardy our, stray cattle this morning. What's of ginger two i view' to Preventing evasions of thelaw Eureka N.C.Corn. XXXEureka ......?.-._ ....__.. J 7S = n 4 IS 9 830
honest eggs and N. C. Corn. XXXX... ._,. ..._..
sons of the
red clay hills and I _---- ? 20 =SO
the reason you're not out horseback enough milk to make the consistency I regarding subscriptions and SamOld Crow Bourbon._ _._H...._ ._ ___._ 450 450 675.I 7S 7 SO _
pine forests of Northern Sunny Brook .. ... ..... 1356
Georgia. Rye. -.M ._.. .._
375
this in
riding copies second-class 375 56s II
I morning, John. ? he continued of pumpkin. Bake an hour and a hale ..11pie publications.has Sunny Brook Sour Mash..,.___ _.. 34
One was John Lorimer who was the as he vaulted into his said I in a slow oven. Serve with instructed postmasters to recognize Echo Spring, ......._....__._.n.__"'--' __''''' ?_ 35 4SO: 3.75 405' 690 56s n 1275 30

tepson of the sheriff of Mount Vernon I whipped Silk Velvet_._ -- __ ...._:... 500 52S 'lis
and tried to restrain the horse who cream. the following as bona-fide sub- Oak and ?_. '. ,. _._..__...._ ""375 400 600 1100 IS0
county and his
companion and friend
danced about in his impatience to beon No. 2. i scrlptions: .
Remove the skin and ..
was Dob Anderson "one of the boys" I mashfinely : Gin From f 2.50 to $3.50 per Gallon Delivered.
the 1. Direct
wing. to the
subscriptions publisher
six potatoes; beat with the Save twelve
yelks labels ol Hatchett's
In the sparsely settled Private Stock and secure a bottle free. Save twelve
neighborhood "I just took a notion to foot it; I of four eggs a teacupful of white sugar by the subscriber when paid labels of Hatchett's Old Bye and secure a bottle free. Save twelve tables of Hatcbett'g -
where both young men resided. That's Whiskey and secure bottle free. Save twelve labels of
I am in the saddle so much I get tired 1 for by him. Corn and Eureka N C.
This and four level tablespoonfuls o secure a bottle free. Save twelve lables of N. C Apple Brandy and secure
neighborhood usually was a of it" John turned into the path as butter. Beat the whites of two 2. :Subscriptions to the agent of the one all bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free. Price of
peaceful and law egg- goods bought at company's store are 70C per gallon less than when d 1ivered. No
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abiding onecompo.'I6It he spoke, and his friend said: as far icing add grated rind and juice publisher when actually paid by the charge for ju*? b0zesar drayage. All of my bottles are full measure. All standard
of honest farmers and their: brands of why des soil][ over my bar at roc ocr dunk-10 from 5 leaves 5 for All
subscriber himself. you.
"Well You'ill
good-bye be
families, all of a small lemon a little salt and two wine quoted on application We also carry cheaper liquors than those ,quoted
Industrious
and simple> down to the 3. sold Sp-cial p ices on large quantities; packed sixes desired. '
Copies
party given at CulonelThomas's teacupfuls of cream; stir then add regularly by newsboys satisfactory. any Money reHnded U good
eountry folk, their
living
quiet, peace- f tonight won't you, John?" to other mixture. Put into or local agents or news agents. C
tll' lives shut a buttered EUREKA WINE l AND
from
off the
great rushIng LIQUOB COMPANY
"Yes I John 4. Copies sent bona fide
suppose so, Answered. dish, and bake hour as e a-
an and ha
a ,33; W St.
turmoil of 'the outside li.chances Bay
world as carlessly, as he struck out throughthe Beat whites of with three with other publications admitted Jacksonville, Fla.
eggs table- .
If guarded over by the ,soughing pines woods, and his friend's horse spoonsfuls o I to the second, class one corn 4. :-Z&--- 1'.N.: !.. i: f''T. ::':i''I''I.i.' j{ _"" ",,," .1....
sugar pour over the top
landing
sentlnel like around their unpretentious -
pranced away in an opposite direction. and brown. for another.

dwellings. J Continued Next 5. Individual. --- "
[ Week.] subscriptions desiredas -- -- -- -- J

Strange to say however the evil one I Here is bona fide gifts when paid for by the .

found ever In ,search ofr )., had even j I Marion County in the Supreme Cou rtDr.. Len Broughtoa's some red last hot Sunday shots from sermon donors for the benefit of the yeti ii- -?"fri11i1I11flI" ','1R' 'IIlii' "llPii; "iIlllPlill" "i3" iili" ;!"li1ii11i," "1111fP11il' t .

n way into this quiet, pastoral
: "The church spends its time ents. Such subscriptions will be limited -

scene and was rejoiced to find ready The supreme court has recentlyhe discus in? how to do a thing while! strictly to those cumin? within that .
oil for his PObonose..d In handed down two decisions in which I Gold
the devil is just doing It. Preachers definition and will not be permitted to Storage !
heart of two young men in the settlement Ocala people are at interest.
be used for
come together and: discuss how to : as a cover an advertising "

One is -the case of Jno W. PearS, reach the masses, while the devil out or other purpose of the publisher or k,

These were known as Bill Hamilton I j appellant and E. T. Helvenstoa and donor. Under this rule the
yonder is carrying the masses to hell. same publisher '
I Of Meats \
and hit elder brother, Jess The reputation Sarah Harmon appellees. In this case He knows: there is but one way to may become donor of such gift; : Y ; ;;,

of these boys had never been> the orders of the lower court are af- *
reach the masses and that is to reach i subscriptions, but in all cases the p ro- .

: In 1L ,'lItni: w ith the respectable neigh"'l I firmed. H. L. Anderson for.appellant, them. No church wilt ever reach the portion of these subscriptions to the ::: I ::: _:.....'..:'

boyhood In which they were Carlos L. Sutrunk for ::. .'
appellees.
masses until it goes after them. j whole list will be considered and given ., "

seared but no one was prepared to The other case is the Western Union Read and preach and pray as much as | weight in determining the legitimacy We beg to Announce to. the public -. .-.:. : _
sea them ,
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develop as they suddenly Telegraph Company plaintiff in
: you please but until you take of such lists. In this latter J '' -- '
did. Into regular young desperadoes.Their > G. Wake Wells defendant in offi that ready to :[
error your kid gloves and go down among I class may be included copies sent to we are cure :
deeds of wicked daring' had error. In this case the judgment is .:'
the people you will never get them. prove insertion of advertisements. -- .. -,;--
however been cut short by the arrest also affirmed. John R Hartridge & MEATS. We -, :
guaranteesatisfaction ::: -- ,
, Of both brothers; and now Jess the Son, for plaintiff in error, R. L. .'L nNone of the newspapers of the state Tomato Plants-For sale one million -- -- ..'' "
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. most daring of the two. was behind derson, for defendant in error. take the least exception, to our Congressmen varieties Beauty Paragon Duke of :: and solicit -
the _. your patbest :::
bars of
Mount Olivette Jail while We ,
understand that Ir.Yells'
voting with the republicans York, new Century Grown from -'
lady who had been released from 'c1 judgment is for $2.000. -- --
for protection because .we raise a few seed and on virgin soiL Ready February .. .
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3:0413': ::: .
Upon heavy bond roamed aboutUw ronage.
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hogsheads of tobacco in Florida. A 1st to March 1st. $1.25 per M. ,
country, while both .brothers A Farm For Sale Rent.
or -
few years ago it would have produceda 5,000 and up 100. 10,000 and up _. / :'
.awaited their coming triaL I will sell or rent farm of 360 -
my.
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perfect furor in -
democraticranks.. 85 cents. Cash with order. J. R. DaVis -
Ills recent arrest had not had a salarras In the Fellowship neighborhoodat :
Now, everything goes and it takesa ,' Bartow, Fla. Also potato slips .
effect upon Bill and his fierce a reasonable price. Good living '
cataclysm to awaken atwo-line for sale. l-19-2t Ocalalcear
ff-fcmeanor, with his threats of ven- house and outbuildings; partly under comment Does this indifference bode P 'S

: tyrants, had terrorized more than one good fence Apply to Mrs. Jessie Hay-
good or evil Mr. G. W. Esterling of Martin, was .
: heart In this rural district craft 1-td-?t 7. f 2
I In Ocala Friday closing up the deal E

Job, Lorimer was a special object --- The famous Buster Brown 'Blue which .transfers the property of the .fuel Co.
5* hatred to this misguided youth and Favorite Fertilizer for all crop and |
H all fertilizer material for sale by Lang Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls i at I Easterling brothers to SIr; J. M. Dtef. di .
was { "
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P GE. Elftt 4T.. THE OCALA ''SANNER FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2. 11M. _

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tlonately around his companion, he- Gov. Broward has appointed Mr. \

9z9E9B.E: { t1a e1 said: G. T. Ayer to represent this country ': Strauss9Royal

"Ah Minnie, my dear wife, it seems at the Inter-State Convention of Sugar -

but yesterday that in this same spot Cane Growers which will meet !

you gave yourself into,my keeping and at Mobile in February. The selections .

w (I POINT Of TRYST m risked your life by that leap into those an admirable one. Mr. Ayer is an Reserve

,, waters, and blessed my life with a intelligent and progressive farmer

love which has lingered like, a bene- whose broad views, deep research and
MRS. M. M. LITTLE OCALA
BY FLA.
.' diction ever since." up to date .methods make .him a most I I

Iliaen Then smiling archly, she replied: successful farmer. He will present In .

"Yes, and I would do so again," while I' a forceful manner the advantages of

This Story Won the First Prize ($20 in Gold) in the echoes in the branches of the our State and demonstrate its bound- .'

IIi the Jacksonville Sun Prize Contest. trees' overhead seemed to say. "Do so less possibilities for cane growing in OCALA MINING LUDUTOIIT. ..: :\ .-

A again," while all around that vast area of rich muck land reclaimed F. T. SCHREIBER. ? :.. --,> ">'- ":.
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8 2B2: Et1E{ e1 "The Songs birds of happiness sang loud and and heart's sweetly ease. ] the and"Everglades.made tillable-Pasco by reclaimIng County- Consulting of the. Eng.Socety.of and r.lemxroftheAmeauanChcm-Analytical Chemical Chemist Induftry.Member London ""-' W:_,,.:-.*:'..>:j>-,. -

Sang the bluebird the Owaissa, Democrat. ical Soaety. .

The calm and eventful day, the last her, "Happy are you, Hiawatha, P. P tor 703.
Having such a wife to love yowl'Sang
With his sighing and his Brown Blue
I* The Moon of Bright Nights." Ap- singing, the Opechee the robin The famous Buster
Gentlest In : OCALA FLA. Oct. 22. 19tH
whispers' the
branches. ,
and at
"Happy are you, Laughing Water, Ribbon Shoes for boys girls
rt. was rapidly drawing to a close.A Having such a noble husband."
Then just as he rtoooed to receive the Fair Store. x
_., few lingering sunbeams played at Then tenderly taking her hand he Messrs. Strauss & Co, Wholesale Whisky

the answer from her trembling lips drew her to a seat beneath the old
k& and seek among the shapely Merchants, Ocala;Fla,
weetgums and danced merrily over she caught the glimpse of a tall- form i oak tree, and with his knife carved Do You Wish to 1
moving In a scrub-oak thicket GentlemenIn accordance with '
close
.MM eleepy waters of Amaskohegan i upon its trunk: your
'9. .I by. Fearing It to be an enemy she I "A point of Tryst: Sacred to the
air redolent with
Uke. The was per- nstroctions I vi&itfdycur[ ) warehouse en
pointed to foot MAKE 'ONEYGrowing ,
a path and bade her
tome from the pure white chalices of Memory of Amaskohegan and His

magnolia, blooms, while soft sea lover hasten, but not until he had her Bride" the 19lh, instant, and personally selected

ttMzea toyed with the long gray moss promise to meet him at this place on I I ----- Good WatermellonsNext from your stock a sample of"Strauss'

the following evening.As ROASTS FOR ROOSEVELT.Our Year '
which hung gracefully from the arom-
the young man was hastening
'
itto pines, under which stood Tecum- --
home he encountered Tecumah, and President Most DistinguishedVictim FROM EDEN SEED? Royal l Reserve"whisky
ftk. ft stalwart young Indian, and MlnMh&ha -
from the malicious gleam In his
a beautiful maiden with soft eye of Gridiron Club's Broils

blown eyes and dark shining tresses. he surmised that he was suspected. and Roasts at Saturday II so I can,help y!'u start right by supplyingseed the analysis of which shows it to
Stopping. the wigwcm of Amas- at a reasonable price.
:Barnest and lover-like were his acatfl. Night's Session of forced to
rats me
kohegan. Tecumah found him "smok- Last spring the ravages contain:
.. as In Longfellow's beautiful le- plant my watermelon crop three times before a RAU 5.
ing his pipe of peace" and his daughter stand was secured Consequently mv melons Alcohol (by weight) cent. . 36.66
.-4- I Washington, D. C. Jan. 27.-President rpenen too late for profitable shipment. and per
preparing his viands as carefullyas : instead of allowing them to decay I saved seed. :. Alcohol (by volume), per cent . 43.61 > >

"Looking at fair Laughing Water, though no danger threatened the Roosevelt was the most distin- ir the Iv shaped following sozed palnotaklngmanner and npeued selected frlm mar-perfect Degree proof, per cent. .. .. .. 87.10 '
Bang he softly, sang in this wise; I life of her lover. The two men talked guished victim to be broiled and .the first on live vines r Residue on I
evaporation cent. .
0.660
Thou the wild flower of the forest! Poih ends of each: melon were cut off and p ,
Thou the wild bird of the prairie! long and low, and from the furtive I roasted at the annual winter dinner of thrown away the melon split and the pereellymatur Ash, per cent. .. ._ .. .. __ .. _. 0.011 .

Thou like with! eyes so soft and fawn- glances cast in her direction, she knew the Gridiron Club, which was held at with spebral d-eed care.taken from No seed the were renter saued and dried from Reducing sugar, per cent. .. . .. 0.215 -

If thou only lookest at meI that she was watched, and if she decayed melonsI seed first class Volatile acids per cent .. . .. ... 0.027
the New Willard last night. The these to strictly
t am happy, I am happy would win her hero, she must bide her and guarantee asgood an hlOye ever been grown Amyl alcohol (fusel oil), per cent. . 0.073 4 c e
As the lilies of the prairie. Gridiron Club is that famous organization Alto my responsibility I re6er to any mer
Does not all the blood within me time.When chaatile agency responsible business concern The above results show araAl
the to bea } a
Lean to meet thee, leap to meet thee next the evening shadows of the Washington correspon- whisky s

t t. As In the the moon spring when to meet nights the are sunshine brlght- gathered about the wigwam, and Am- dents of the various large newspapersand 75c per pound carefully blended brand of high grade .

askohegan wrapped his blanket around
eat!
When thou smllest, my beloved, him and lay down to dreams upon his other publications, represented in and that it has been disstilled from a clean, pure grain mash. J

Tnen my troubled heart is brightened bed of moss and pine straw. Minnehaha the National Capital.Its Henry D. Still The amount of fusel oil and of volatile acids is very'low. -
dinners are among the most in- ,
As in sunshine gleam the ripples stole noiselessly out of the door
That the cold wind makes In rivers. teresting' functions in the life of the Blai-kville S. C. Respectfully,
and down I ,
ran the
path which led to F. T. SCHBEIBEB Chemist.
Capital and have a reputation of their I j
Yet his pleadings awakened no resI'e the bluff. Eden Seed. .
own throughout the country. At these
p. chord in the heart of the fair In an Instant she was folded in a
dinners no mercy Is shown, no respectfor
Minnehaha, for- pair of strong arms, as she breathless

ly whispered: "Only one moment mustI any Individual or institution no Will FOUR FULL QUARTS $$3.50 EXPRESS PREPAID. "
lit
j "She was thinking of a hunter matter how high or dignified. With I
linger, for I
am watched, and itthey
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From another tribe and
country; caustic wit, cutting sarcasm and the
Young and tall and find us here -
very handsome. they will take your I
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most merciless persiflage man and affairs -
Who, one morning In the springtime. life." ,
Come to buy her father's arrows; are dissected and criticised and n
Hat and rested in the wigwam. "Brave girl," he whispered in return .
Lingered long about the doorway. 'and you will leave this beautiul ridiculed. Special efforts have been "Pay: You !
Looking backward as he departed." ( made for this occasion and ,those whore : I I
( place with so much that is dear j STRAUSS & CO. 1
a in a position to be well informedsay
Only a few short weeks badyang
ago to you that you may go with me to
a
j that tonight's dinner surpassedany I
George Brownsloe, the son of strange land?" II I'
I previous Gridiron dinner ever 'I You have any Real Estate
British officer, comet: the little In- Then as she trustingly placed her given in brilliancy and interesting fea- I, IF to sell, Sole Owners and Distributors.
.
-.n Tillage where Tall Chief Amasko- hand in his and answered, "Aye aye

began lived with his only daughter, forever:!" he knew she was not deceiv-tures. President Roosevelt was the I OCALA. FLORIDA
Mtnnehaha. principal victim to be placed on the OR ,
ing him. I
I gridiron and "done brown." Besidesthe
In a few of her rambles had theWalden A plQt was then made that she
president the members of the cabinet
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met him. returning to the wigwam should meet him at this place on the

alone, fearing lest her father, in I_ many distinguished senators and Y" 're thinking
.next Saturday when the men would I II coming
a. fit of rage, would threaten the life be loitering in the village; he would i members of congress the ambassadors IF to Florida for a home McMillan
of the foreign and other Bros.i
.t the powers prominent I
hero
young who had fought so have a canoe in readiness, in which .
men attended the dinner.
bravely against him in the OR
Seminole i
they would row across the lake' to I I j

wr And this 'is the reason why the where he had horses in waiting, when Southern Copper Works
Truckers Receive You desire to in
Immense Prices. ingest
ardent any ;
Tecumah
young begged in vain
they would ride in haste to the IF
near- kind of 'I l
he' the,hand of her who had long since est minister and be married leaving ,j,!I Florida property, Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
Growers of cauliflower _
Wen and lettuce
I
promised to him by her.haugh-
immediately for their Northern
home. in this section are certainly fortunate i i TO SEE and General
tr father, the wealthiest, Indian in all Promptly at the time set on Satur-J Metal Workers.
tw country. this season as both products are OR WRITE
.t day she reached the bluff.
Not only was Tecumah bringing large returns, and the season -

and disappointed at her cold surprised refu-- .It was past the hour of trysting, having been favorable, yielded toj' H. UVINCnOH & SONS I

...! of his offer, but he was angered as I Yet she lingered for him stilL" the growers heavily. The latest re- Ale I Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

And was SOOQ rewarded by seeing him ports, which were the reports of Saturday the
well and although he had through
never, per- OCALA. FLORIDA. i iE t country a specialty. Orders by mail or
kps, read the old adage- rowing toward her. But hark! the from the Baltimore and New i tI wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

sound of clashing hoofs! nearer" they York markets, quote cauliflower at -- -- follcwing worksFAYETTEtflLLE _

"Faint heart.never won fair lady.'" ; come nearer, until the frightened girl from 2.50 to $3.50, and lettuce from
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yet he purposed in his heart to per- I:j leaped from the bluff into the waters $4.50 to $4.75 per basket. This meansa '

IIiet in his devotions and win her at I j I i below. Her lover, losing not a mo- great deal to the growers of this LUMBER N. C. SAVANNAH, GA

..y cost, II I I j I ment, clasped her in his arms and section as lettuce and cauliflower 1 JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE, ALA

Nature had lavished her gifts upon !I swam with her to the other shore, movements have been heavy for the

Lake Anwskohegan (meaning* moonbeams I I pausing only one moment as he whispered past few weeks, and the extra good ROUGH and 1i i.

), Sn-llA. <' lingered In each silripplot I Think once more Tny darling humor of the growers is evidence that : .- ,"- ,
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vet and kissed its pebbly shore. {- of your sacrifice; are you willing.to they are satisfied. The recent warm UP.I'.SSlalDry j

.pon its banks grew wild oranges in make it?" Then like Minnehaha of weather, however has had. a tendency Siding, Flooring and Ceilin ,, Vlu Never DisapPoint Our Patients

m au.t profusion unil hrrc and there old, she to defer the heading of the lettuce -

amid great masses of fragrant spider Seemed more lovely as she stood which promised ten days ago to B. H. Seymour ;: wrl Fulfill Eralrl, Proms8! and Kefir Hold Out False Hcpts

w umbrella lilies rested an Indian there mature with the greatest firmness, i if CURE Strietllre without the *""" ooagle&nd Vitrtcoeelft without

won Upon its smooth beach .the While she said, and blushed to say and much which should have been Ocala Fla. I!IMclVER cured h. never to pain return or, without detention mercury from boslaes or mineral; Confaeloos Blood Poison

lazy alligator basked in the Florida "I It, ready for shipment at this time will -.............-....... ............:.... ... .. .. .. '.. ; Positively cured no stimulant mixture: ; but Loss permanent of 11anl1'"lgOI' ,
will follow Toe Dr. Medical
you. my husband. King Co.la an Institution organized under the
..nshio Myriads of fishes sported probably be delayed several Jays on r laws of the state of Georpa lor the treat at and cure ol ail
Onward came the and .MACK } ; 1 nervouesndchrouled.eeaseL Dr. N. K. K -.. the founderof
pursuers but
hi! and out among the water lilies in they this account. One trucker near Tacoma \ Y this tltBtlonl is the chief consaltiBgBpetnalist being asi tad
were too late, and after i byastazoteminentphysictansandrurges.
a futile
attempt
search of nearly month '
a rut from
prey. ago one ?r Onriucceitin the treatment chronic diseases! tt anIUtpattl
But 'the point de resistance to capture them i acre of cauliflower 100 baskets which soda we use both medical and electrical agenclea.
in allmis
Onr offices
\ are equipped with &.1 the galTanic, farCfo tatter
scenery was a high bluff on the 'The ancient arrow-maker netted him in the New York: market fen contrivance,d-rey,violet known uy to,the and medical Fines profession.ray la fact,Our every santuri1lID electrical U

tat shore of the lake upon which Turned again unto his labor $5 a basket. This was not all the fb modern In every respect, and we employ none but the Cert
Sat down by his wined and .fllclen& attendants,regularly qa&Ufied
grew a magnificent water.oak. leaning sunny doorway crop, but only that portion which had and licensed phys1c1ans being In charie. rn4afAj1
Murmuring to himself and saying; We employ .
no misleading
meat to u4
f&r out over ,the precipice and mirrow- "Thus it is our daughters leave us, matured. This shipment of protected lI&trouag&-l1oc.O. D...or unasked for L eatnre-ewe patients are'sent oat

tag Itself in the glassy waters below. Those we love and those who love or canvas lettuce which is said FUNERALDIRECTORS. 1\! .4 tt./t i'7i. 10110.00 bytbf.ln.tution.month Our, terms for ereatm. uverap from$&ooD
us.Just [ : per (medicines IltcJude.1) <. d we give the uavo
there the tourist would always when to be extra choice this year will not J,1t ante of a cure within a IJIOOtned time.
pause they have learned to help ply EESTREFERENCFl9 we
Mid the artist gaze with admiring eyes. us begin for several days yet. It Is expected 1\1\1 U n I! r" CHROHICDISEASES gently eacceaafauytreatan4perms'I cure all ehronlo diseases
When we are old and lean upon that : U( \N u Kidney and Bladdol wblea, Bhegmatl.m,
this 11L.UJ bl'Pi.neb
Here in the long days of summer them." product will net easIly t\ '
Frl'lltl
t Tumorso ud malignant
tronb
.Catarrh
uriracJ flU &
-t-
aad the $5 a basket, and who e of tile
sunshiny dUys of winter Min growers have Nose, Throat Hew and Lungs. DlJieuee
aehaha loved to gand it was here Twenty-fhe years few} swiftly by, the protected lettuce are anticipating Have a full s'ock of Coffins Pu -kete CMtEIP N. K. KINa M. 0. Chronlo Diseases of Women, such u 411 DisniaceienH Efe! sad Ear.
when one bright: dayin mid-winter a and Burial Outfit. pt'ciltfgivffi to "..1 C01IIllA.nNG PMvsiciAii. Uou&turalDlCl1arge ,and inch weaknesses of women.
s a few after our tory begins that handsome couple stepped from the Burial services.Embalming. "" rite send you tar eragnrelaclueingsy blanks oraiHicted f or home menLLaesi n

. lie was aroused from fairy dreamlandfcr t.O! SPillAJJO EXA311SATIOS AND ADVICE"FREE ....
dusty coach.onto the platform of a The Candle That Went Out. : to Order DR. KING
whom the approach of the young man to, small station on. the shores of Lake -. ., I t1EDICIL CO.. _:ii.saueshaea? : t f Itianti, Ga.T .
she had
surrendered the
cusk -
)Jy of her heart. Ha was fair, with Amaskohegan. Time bad dealt so The Lake City Editor was not .as _
f gently with them that almost old Jerry Burnett i
any brave -----
he
as thought he
a was -- ,
when he -
soldierly appearance, blue eyes, noMe I -" --- -- '-- .- -
friend would hue recognized them asa was writing Chapter I of
forehead and that famous
a firm chin with Y
mouth \)hlch betokened great earnest- the bero'and heroine of our story. Controversy and Chapter II has not Merchant 1 I ---z

mesa of Great changes had taken place in made its appearance and perhaps [,
purpose. Quite a contrast never STANDLEY
& CO
I the once familiar place where now will.
Made he to the maiden at whose feet
nothing rema ;ned to remind one of The
fce sat only reference bearing Tailoring.
describing his home in "The on the
the Indian race but a few shell mounds
_reen Mountain subject at all Is the following
State : .
to which he The
and here and there an arrow-head. A Men of the I I Pingacle of Human S ilL.
would soon return."I lean-and-hunsry-look Ocala, Florida.
rich English Lord with .
many strings kind
are "fit for
could treason
not leave without seeing strategems "
of bright-colored beads had bought and Finest Imported and* '
you again, for you must know ere thismat Spoils. i Has been reached in oar carriage!
the Domestic
lake and its surroundings from Cloths. .
.I love you too dearly to leave yobare a "Yon Cassius has a lean and hungry -
its owners and on its shores enter- buggies and harness.
The waT
look only
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for ; such '
although peace Is declared men are dangerous Cutting a
prising people had homesteaded Specialty -
,
yet some of the tribes are hostile. erect- .* said Caesar. Fits Guaranteed. they can ever be better is to raise rte
Ing colonial homes with the cabins of
Leave them Minnehaha and go with Perhaps the following from the, .
"Uncle Joeand old "Aunt Diana" pinnaole levat the standard-
ate to my home as my bride, and we Madison Enterprise explains why

will ever after happy be." among the tropical palmettos in the Chapter II did not appear; even then our vehicles;will beat fcu I-

Not a word from the maiden yet he rear.Onward "We can plainly see trouble brew- ..
the i
came the pair until they Education by Mail top. They are not 50 high *
lead something in her face which en- Ing down In Columbia county in the ,

i courased him. reached the bluff where they had near vicinity of Lake City, and shall Bo kftTtog...or eoptoysMoi to gat aa ads .. .-, prices though, aa'to: be out of read
plighted their troth .atdaa UWaaaayttparatheaetadylsgathom4 ( .
and as they expect_ to hear a cap in Bocit--.v, \ .. ** .,-, '--"' of
pop the next AMhadih Algate. Qaaaetty, ''-- most vehicle
-And ht weed her with paused the bared H .- -- users.. Let ns quott
cm t, man his head and day or two." feWMMr.Btotori*Befeomt WIIb7.lAU11-, t 'a.r' 1.
Wooed her with his smile of sunI I bowed as If the TuaU1I4 THeban aidid l_.. you figures.
I place were holy b...
thlae I The cap did not pop and the ----b.allyr.oIc.w n.
:wIth hIa flattering word U wooed ground;* then placing one arm affec .4 Hi ,_.t happee. expect- aw AdOtst L I :il3a1alaihaFlaati
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THE OCALA BANNER. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1906.. PAGE ELEVEN.

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A Candidate for Governor. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. !Jrofetion aIL l.
Charles Quintard. .
JO secure the biggest .Gray. _ _..P'__ .. v rn/f49;

Under and by virtue of 'a cetarin D f Ul'lt. t *. BLALOCS., \

crops of corn, fertil- The many relatives and friends of The Fort Pierce News prints a column decree in Chancery made and enteredon FULI.iLo. 4 ,'...L \: o

article advocating Hon W. J. the 24th day of January, 1906. by ,
izers must be used Quintard Gray of Nashville and this the Honorable W. S. Bullock, Judgeof S fleStif4i& $5 000 BANK DEP03THater

4 Tucker, of that city for Governor of the circuit court of the Fifth Judicial : R. R. Fare Paid. -
section of the state will be shocked Over Monroe & Chambliw. B.nlc Ocala,Fla., ,
rally.! '. Apply at'least 500 I Florida.As circuit of Florida sittingIn taken on tuition. smr
to learn of his eath In Dallas, TeL Chancery for Marion county, in a ft.Bltiub.ATTORNEY. S and cheapest on earth. Don't delay. Write.....

>unds to the acrewithI i this distinguished gentleman resided certain cause therein pending wherein -S CECRGUUUBAUA BUSINESS COLLEGE :

The sad intelligence was received in for a long time in Ocala and hasa Gordon S. Scott as Receiver of the ,\ r-LA W. -.- -

cent. nitrogen, 8 'per number of friends in this and Ocala Building and Loan Associationis NOTICE.
per I Nashville Sunday morning Januarythe city complainant, and Herman Moses (udice ill Gir.A,*ne- Block.) -

ent. available phosphoiicpid.and fourteenth. Mr. Gray had only throughout the county, we reprint and others are defendants I will on OCAtA.:_ _. PT-ORIDi Notice of Application for Tax DtH .

from the News the following biogra- Monday, the .
9 per cent. POTASH. been ill a few days and prior to Sun- 5th Day of March, 1906, J M. THOMPSON. Under Section 8 Chapter 833V .
Laws of Florida.
phical sketch of Mr. Tucker's life: the being the first Monday in
same
I is most impor- day the last advices from his bedside PHYSICIAN AND Notice Is hereby given that Thon ... .
POTASH a W. J. Tucker was born in 1840 in the month and a legal sale day. offer SURGEON.
Lawton purchaser qtax
Certificate,
for sale to the highest and best bidder OSce o 'er Tea-pot Montezuma.
[ factor in corn culture. were received Thursday. It was learn- Newnansville; Alachua county. He Grocery Opp, No. 196. dated the 2nd day of June A.. .,
house
nt for cash, before the court OCALA. FLA.EDWIN .
D, 1902 has filed said certificate ta
ed then that a case of typhoid fever was reared in Lake 'City Columbia door in :Marion County Florida between ,

Our practical books for had developed Into typhoidpneumonia. county, where his father is burled. the legal hours of sale, the following -- SPENCER. for my tax office deed and to has issue made in accordant application
described lands in Marion
loners for the No news taken to Tucker who with law. Said certificate embraoM -
are yours was mean goods The latter. Capt John E. County, Florida to-wit:

news, however, and the announcementof fought in the U. S. Mounted cavalry The northwest quarter of the lot ATTORN EYATLA, the following described property sit
I
uated in Marion Florida. t.
king-no cost or obligaon or block of land lying immediatelysouth OCM.A.&v* FLORIDA county, -
his death Sunday came as a. crush- in 1835, owned the first store in Lake I of and adjoining the lot or blockon wit: Northeast quarter except St... -

[ of any sort, and a vast Ing blow. City. At that time it was called Fort I which the Ocala High School J K. CHASE. acres Range, section 22 East.23,126 township acres. 13.The south.aLi
and is
stands erected
nd of invaluable inform Charles Quintard Gray, named forth Lancaster, but was afterward changed and Building being now bounded on the north by land being assessed at the date of th*

late and beloved Bishop Charles to Alligator, and then to Lake Cityin i South Sixth street; on the east by lot DENTIST issuance of such certificate In tfe* S
OCALA 9!. name of Thomas James. Unless salt
on in them. Qulntard was well known. in Nashville 1859. Here it was that Capt Tucker of land heretofore sold to E. H. Hel- certificate shall be redeemed accord
venston by the Trustees of the said
having many relatives and enjoyed the golden days of youth Ocala High School; on the south by CARLOS L. SISTRDNK. ing to law, tax deed will issue thereo*
OUR HAN KALI WORICS on the 29th day of January. A. D.
AddrrS. friends here and having been a frequent and obtained the best education that lot belonging to Mrs. Musie Bullock, i .
U Vwk-flJ ****" Street or ATTORNEY.AT.LAW.Room 1906.
and on the west by Pond street or .
Atlanta. CU.-22K. Bread Street. visitor to this city. He was was available in those pioneer days. much thereof be sufficient Witness my official signature aad .
as
I so may
*, :\1.8.olC Building
I the. oldest son of Rev. Charels M. At sixteen, in 1856, he was musteredinto to satisfy the said final decree seal this the 27th day of December, A. '
;
D.. 1905.
Gray and a nephew of Bishop William the state service. For three and costs of court :: \
SUGGESTIONS ON SODA. years H. M. Hampton, JIISS B. N. SINCLAIR, [Seal] S; T. SISTRUNK;;

Crane Gray, Bishop of Florida. He he was one of the U. S. Mounted Volunteers 1-26- Special Master in Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County.
Florida. 1-%'. S
of baking Ma thrown was born at Cleveland, Tenn., 28 years and as a soldier boy he camp- Chancery.Assessor's STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER.and -
A small pinch --- .
ago, the home town of his mother, who ed on the shores of the beautiful Indian Notice.I Notary Public. J
In which boilIng NOTICE. ,
Into the water you are -
was a Miss Polk, and the remains will river. which was to be his home Special attention to out of Town Work \.
I will be at the following places on
will them
vegetables keep
green be taken there for interment In the
In after .
years. time specified to receive returns of Commercial Bank. Ocala, Fla. 1. Taxes are due and payable anthe iftIt :
I
fresh green color. The color will family burial ground the funeral arrangements In 1862 he entered the civil war as property and agricultural statistics. Monday of Novemberot each 3 ear.
I _____ .. ___.._ '
n.
by keeping the lid partly to be announced later. a member of the Florida cavalry and Meet me with correct descriptionsof 2. Personal i ed poll taxes most be paid at itt. ..
Improved your property and you will never same time that real estate w paid on. it assessments
I Many Nashville people will go down served until '65 seeing much active have any trouble John White & Co. are to the same party. -

:r. to Boliver to attend the last sad rites. service. His only brother who was in February, 1906. LOUISVILLE, KT. 3. If possible come in person to PlY: VMC ',
A small pinch of baking soda added Central, 2, a. m. 1I&&b11Ih6d 1KI: taxes Paying bv mail or through other partto '

jjo a glass of lime water will produce I I Although the deceased has been in the Second Florida Regiment, was Geiger 2 Po In. =" ... is frequently unsatisfactory.

business in Dallas, Tex.. for several killed in the battle of Seven Pines, at McIntosh 3, p. m. 4. When you come to pay your taxes briar a
LA effervescence and make a most Shady Grove, 5, a. m. FURSand description (rom your deed or latest UK receipt
years, and his family have been liv- Richmond, Va., in May, 1862. Santos of what you wish to pay on. :.
blo drink. p. m.
ing in Florida since about 1892, he On December 19, 1861, Capt Tuckerwas Belleview, 6. Hides. 5. Don't wait till last few day?of time to pf.
There Is nothing better than an application 1fMl.. then expect the beet service either by mail rin
was well known in many towns in married to :Miss: Sarah Sistrunk. Pedro 7. a. In. -'- person. 1 he ruxh is then on and delay tee
.
of baking'powder to a burn. Levon, 7, p. m. unavoidable You must take your turn aa B
Tennessee, his father having been rector whose father was a planter and a Summerfleld.8, a. In. comes, S
If you nave vaseline or sweet oil at -
of Episcopal churches in Franklin prominent man in Marion county. She Candler, 8, p. m.Okla'waha NOTICE.In 6. You must have your property properly a* .-
ad. mix the soda freely with eitherf 9 p. m. seised if you wish to avoid trouble ia payniet
Tenn., anud Cleveland. The deceased has three nephews in Ocala who .
now
these and apply to the burn or the : Eastlake, 10 a. m. of taxes Theolltetor cannot alter the .&!.
the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial
10 ation or description of assessment found on UK -
Wiersdale
obtained his preparatory education are among the leading citizens there, p. m.
cald. Linadale, 12, a m. Circuit of Florida, in and tax book. !t.U CARNEY. Tax ColltCtJr.I :: .
at Wall & Mooney's school at one a prominent lawyer and a member for Marion, CountyInChancery. m Marion County,Ocala, Pi*. S
If the olla are not within quick Drawdys, 12, noon.
Franklin, and entered Sewanee in of the legislature, another Clerk of Moss Bluff, 13, a. m. .
{ water. Renew frequently. '
reach use "
1895. He soon took front rank in every the circuit court and the other Deputy Electra 13 p. m. NOTICE APPLICATION FOR LEAVE
S Bind in wadding if possible, aa thi: Lynne. 14, a m. Nancy A. Jones, Complainant vs J.

keep the air from the Injured part; department the college life and Clerk. The union was blessed with I Grahamville, 14, 1 to 3 p. m. :B. Jones. Defendant Order for con TO SELL MINOR'S LAND.

[ was always a leader. He was a member three children. two daughters and a Connor, 14. 2 to 5 p. m. structive service.It .
[but old linen Is "second best." Churchill. 15, p. In. Is ordered that the Defendant NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON THK .
of the Kappa Alpha Fraternit a son. The oldest daughter married A. December, A. D I90S. I will aa. -
For the ting of an insect the same Eureka, 16, a. m. herein named, to-wit: J. B. Jones be ply toHhe Honorable Bell

excellentFor member of the seclusive junior and R. Anthony, of New York, who owns Daisy, 16. p. m. and he is herer required to appearto and tor Marion county Joseph state of county Florida.judgein *this
[ will be 'found
remedy senior organizations, and was honored large coal mines in Wllkesbarre, Pa., Fort McCoy 17 a. m. the Bill of Complaint filed in this omce in Ocala.KI said county for aa order -
our stomach or biliousness or Pine (school house) 17. p. In. cause on or before Monday. the authorizing me.as guardian ol the minor Wl- 5
with a protectorship during his and copper and zinc mines in Mis- Orange Springs, 21. p. m. 5th day of March 1906, liam Robs Chambers to sell tit private sale the
j indeed any phase of indigestion, freKoent Citra, 22. It is further ordered that a following properly belonging to said estate to- 5
copy
last year at college. He took an A. B. souri. The youngest daughter married *
doses of cold water into which Sparr, 23.Anthony of this order be published once a wit: Twenty chains square in the northern
degree In 1899 and a Master's degreein Judge Tye. a prominent lawyerin I curnerof the Irredouda Grant in Section twv..
24.
week for four consecutive weeks in
j stirred little baking soda
has been a ty (20) Township twelve (12) south. Range
1900. In 1897, 1808.: and 1899 he Williarrbbury, Ky. His son is a March, 1906. the Ocala Banner a newspaper pub- twenty one (21) east,containing forty (4') amore :. .
will be found beneficial. Ocala, from 5th to 31st. lished in said county and state. or less ,
half-back the Sewanee business and planter S {.
For ft child just a pinch of soda in played left on rising young' man Alfred Ayer, Assessor. This 19th day of January 1906. Said land belonging to the said minor, fe to

Eleven. He was voted the most popular I here, a member of the council and l-12-tf. S. T. Sitrunk.. sold for the best iucere of sa'd minor ucu
the water will sumce. for an adult I This the ijth day of Novemoer 1905.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion County
man on the mountain, a rare distinction a popular favorite.A NOTICE. 11-17 MARY G. CHAMBERS, Guardu, ,-'-
1-4 to 1..2 teaspoonful may be used. Florida.
to a Sewanee student. Edwin Spencer, Complainant's Solicitor. -
Th curative principle In this Is that
After leaving college the deceased. New Magazine For Gainesville. Notice*is hereby iven that on the 126StThere AOMINISTRTAOR'3 NOTICE.

the alkaline in the soda neutralize- 7th and 8th of February, 1906, the
taught at Schoop's School in Dallas, ---
the add in the stomach. Board of County ComissSoners of Mar- 1
and then accepted a position with the On March the first Mr. C. C. Thomas ion county, Florida will be in session i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO AIdi.

The same remedy will bring speed; Hartford Insurance Company. His a prominent lawyer of Gainesville to receive and consider plans and I wbo;hold claims of any kind again*
of
tne estate James Hatton Howard. late of Muion .: -
, relief In bladder trouble specifications for a new court house .
of monthly deceased to the for
advancement In that line of busineswas will begin the publication a cuuuty present flame
I I for Marion county Florida to be duly to the undersigned a4tnmisirator
payment proven -
,
It feverish will cool sc
nothing one
remarkable, and at the time of his''' magazine, which will be known as erected on the public square in Ocala, r'. within the time prescribed by law, 5

well as. a tepid bath into which has I the Royal Palm Magazine. It will be at a cost of from $50,000 to $6 ,OOO, and and in default thereof: .this notice will be plead
death was General State Agent of the I all architects are invited to submit ed ia bar at such payment, My poatoffice .4 .. 5
been thrown small of soda.A .
a quantity London & Liverpool and Globe Insurance a literary periodical of over 100 pages, plans and specifications by that time.H. dress is Grahanmlle,Fla .:.
half teaspoonful to a quart o! Nov aylh, 1905. HATTON HOWARD ;
>
of class W. Long, ,
Company. containing five sections high Administrator o! the estate of James H tu. .
water should be sufficient matter. The editorial depart- Chairman, Board of County Commis- Howard. 12 lit
Quintard Gray was known to all as reading sioners of Marion county florida.

People who cannot use alcohol will will be devoted to an frank Sistrunk. 1-12-H
a man of noble nature and Impulses, ment open Attest: S. T. Clerl
flad the soda and water bath a pleasant I I and pointed discussion of current --- NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALt
honest courteous loyal to
unselfish, Dr. R. A. M. Benton one of Ocala's
I substitute.For I t events while the educational and social .
friend and trust, a devoted son and colored physicians, Is in trouble. He
a heated head or a hot day 1 I ASfl BV VIRTUE *. CERTAIN -
will be devoted to .
.
of departments or.Jlc'all Katler iU intk.U Jl l UJJDKR
faithful in the discharge jrc
brother, bought a vehicle in Live Oak and gavea Stair than If otkrr m.k el Thi Usix. rendered by t he Honorable W 6.Builcck -
*
headache nothing can be more refreshing duty. He was a social favorite popu- matters pertaining to the social and ..it ut tM-1 any:>Ie, nf-.f.cy ana pailerns.umplicity.JicCair. judge ot the circuit which he had
check bank in no
on a judicial circuit of the lateo' Florida. siU2Kia
than a cool cloth on the forehead Mag.zineTheQteencf! Fasbobs*
state making
of the
lad with both sexes alike, was a clever educational life funds. He was arrested and in default more subscriber than ary other Laairi1 Maf iin.. OMyc chancery for Marion county:in a cert.in camie -
wrung out of water into whicha musician upon the whole a magazine which will ,t'* ui cn|>:iuniu en-nbers)CMM SO ceil*. pending therein wherein James B. Chace w
talented .
conversationalist, a of ball was locked up. His numbrr, 5 cents. Evcry.ubscibcrgcts&uccau Fa* complaillantaudADn Chandler and Hefty
small quantity of soda. has been and a prince of good fellows. He be entertaining and pleasing to the S tun Free. Subscribe today.LadAgrut'Waated.. W. Chandler are defendants said decree bait -
Hired. friends yesterday afternoon procuredbail Rod.ca.p'SIUaISl rendered onth!i8th day ot November. A. ..
was unmarried. The news of his people of Florida. and liberated. The liberal cub rommuMon. Pattern C.iauu.o1 to*4.. 1905. I will offer for sale and wilt sell to the -
him
For washing baby's bottles. or in i The Ocala Banner wishes Mr. for he was S'i) mi Premium Calilogve (ihowlce *oa prouuw highest and best bidder for cash: at public ..- 5
I death has been received with sorrowin date of his trial has not yet been fix- seal free. A44itIS McCALL CO.) T.LI cry before the court house door(south)ia C cal. -5

fact any' bottles nothing can excel Nashville. The deceased was a Thomas much success in his new u I, Marion county, Florida between legal bears
soda and water. ed. ot sale on the first Monday in January.A. 9
nephew of Mr. John Polk of this city, detraking. I STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING. 1906; to-wit:
Use Imall shot and be with S
generous
and a first cousin of Mr. Joseph A. The famous Buster Brown Blue I Jaaaaryzstzcio6,
the soda and the bottles will sparkle. Tlje missionary Institute of the i the following\ real property situate. I>ing sad 5 5
Gray. One of his best friends wa Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at The annual meeting the stockholders being in Manon county Florida. to-wit:

Soda cuts the greese and makes the Mr. Luke Lea. the we1lknownash- Methodist. church for the Orlando dis- i Lots three(3)) and four (d of block tweMyeight(2Sof -
I the Fair Store. x of the Ocala Foundry and Machine
( ) Old Survey of Ocala. exceptutz .
cleaning of glassware easy and satisfying. in lakeland i
trict has been meeting
yule lawyer. ; works will be held at the office of the tony (40) feet call and west by seventy-two (f 4 -
during last week. Among other feet north and south in the southwest cones 3
S We are the sole agent for the celebrated- 1 company in the city of Ocala, Fla., on of lot three 13), or so much thereof an may*
For oily hair a shampoo of this soda News of the Death Heard at Old Home interesting talks at the session was necessary to satisfy said decree end costs. .
i Wednesday 10th 1906
Genuine Earjsa Leatisr Gosis. Ccala i'ur January, L W DUVAL
and '
water mixture will be found very that of Miss Ellie Tydmgs. Florida
aiture Co. at 11 o'clock a. m. for the election of Special Master in Chancery.AU.KED .
cleansing. to Mexico, who told in an & DAVIS,
has Missionary
Dollver, Tenn., Jan. 15.-News j officers and transaction of other busi Solicitors for Complainant U t .
Girls who want to keep their hair been received here of the death of Interesting way of her life and work -5 '.5

: ness.I Above sale has been postponed t*
dark however should beware of
same. of Rev. and Mr*. among the Mexicans. .. ,
Quintard Gray: son I
I N. W. HARISON, Monday, Feb. 5, 1906.
as Its frequent use gives the hair a 5 ''
which occurred in Dal- L. W. DUVAL :
Chas. 1\!. Gray 'CHAS. E. THOMAS Pres. .
golden reddish tinge. Special Master In Chance.. .
I las, Tex. The remains will be interredin Sec. 1- -lt ,
Pena upon which the ink has thickened I -
I. Polk Cemetery here on Thursdaynext. ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE OF FINA 1.
and hardened can be made as HenryWatterson's
Deceased was a young man witha TIMBER LAND ACT JUNE 3, 1878.- DISCtARGE.S$
good as new by washing in strong
bright future. He was a grandsonof NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

soda water. who IM County Jnd& 's Court, Marion CDM*TFlorida. -
Polk -
Col. Horace M. represented
la Ke Katate of J. t'. I-d.arda.; :.
-- Hardeman County in the LegIslature Repiwnt 1m the survival of the fittest We United States Land Office Gainesville; Deceased.VOITICK. .
Detome the largest**fd bouse in the
Arc You Restless at Night? Rev. Charlr world because our eeed ..reboul'rtbao Fla..Tec. 18. 1905. I> HEREBY GIVE TO ALL
many years ago. I others Do yoa nl&b t.. grow the most ..* horn it may concern that on theist 5


And harassed by a bad cough? UsenalIard's Gray had \charge of Episcopal churches beautiful? flowers and be tine
Horehound Syrup, it will secure in Cleveland: and Franklin this I 100 Funitnebestsajds-Fiirry'a.!i"t"f'dn1:1l3.1 free to all ,'c NOTICE compliance with the provi- the undersigned will apply to the Hai. Jo epfc
you a sound sleep anti effect n % Bell,judge ol said cour as judge of probate,
prompt and radical cure. Sold by all state is now living in St. Petersburg, &i'Pll.&IlLlilo' "")n3 of the act of Congress of June for Ii baal discharge as Administratrix of the '

druggists., in Via. I Paper D. M. FERRY & CO., ;3. 1873 entitled "Art act for the sale cfctaic 01 J. K Edwards -Icctrasfd And at thesame 5
I Detroit, Mich. time I will present tq a'd curt my fiaalaccountas -
Both families were at onc'time residents jf timber: lands in the States of California adml'l tratr'J[ of sd estate, and :

Mr. W. T Henderson, of Lynne, was andhave connections I --,,. --.- -' ",...,. .,.. Oregon Nevada, andWash- -o.t.-..- ...-....,1.a.p-- _vv.IsttdthiNv.a" ...-A'-, .-- S
of loUver \ 0.1905 .
in town Friday to meet his mother, ington Territory." as extended to all O. C }&oWAR&: '.

who had been on a visit to her son, in Memphis and Nashville.-Nashville- The Weekly I :>v Public Land States by act of Aug- As Administratrix hbtattuj. S. Xlv d.i. ie'ceased. :.:..:.i".
it 2 tat
renn.) Banner. ;
Dr. Henderson at Port Tampa citroMr. ( ust 4. 1892. John D. Robertson of -...
S---- -- -
--- -
Henderson paid us a fraternal VIATERMELONS/ [ [ Ocaia. comity cf Marion, State (or 5 5 .

visit adt..ct a superscription of Uncle S Sick Headache.This CourierJournalAnd 'T Territory of Florida has this day filed NOTICE FOR P4BUCATION ;
"
results I in this office his sworn statement i Department of the Interior. Lat m f a ',
ailment Ia t
Sam's for the continuation of distressing .
Gainesville, Hia., Nuv. .
disordered condition of the stomach. the- Good Money In Orowin Large Wa- N<>, 354, for the purchase of the East I 15 1905.VrOTICE -
Marion ISHBR.BY CIVEN THAT THR
county's favorite paperfor another ;
that is needed tp effect a cure is a dose rmelons.I nne-htlf of the Southeast: one-quarter i> follown g named s"er baa filed notice o/

fiscal :)'t'ar. He says that thet1Uzenjaero.a or two of Chamberlain's Stomach and Ocala Banner Northwest Quarter of Southeast quar- his Jnte tiD'U to make tnat proof ia support Wus ..
the who have Liver Tablets. In fact the attack | have been planting each yearfor ; clam and that.aid proof will be mad' before 4
river, may be warded otT. or greatly lessened ; ter add Northeast quarter of South- Clerk C.rcuit Court at Ocala, Fla. 00 {
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orabi e gmes are feeling quite Uneasy i in severity by taking a doSe of several years from 70 to 100 ;: wetct quarter of Section No. 5. in January 1}It6. :

.ne the unsettled condition ot : these tablets as soon a'i. the first Both I: acres in Edenariety of Watermelons .Township Xa 18 S. Range No. 20 E. via; Josef.Jiuh, ot SammerS-ld Pla.MJ. Ma. .

the weather in symptom of an attack. appears. SoU S and have made good raon- .1!i and will offer proof to show that the 19463, southeast quarter of southwest q-arttr.
as the trees are now southeast
by all druggists. < m I I and.oulhwert quarter quarter auction
bloom and a slight cold is liable to kill --. ey every: year. I secured good { land sought is more valuable for its 28 township 17 south range 23 east.

the Mrs. Jake Brown to Give Party. I Eden seed to begin with and have !I timber or stone than for agricultural He names the following witnesses to prove Kla
coming crop and IICrhapsInjure I One YearFOR continuous residence upon and cultivation ot
.. purposes, and to establish his claim land DeWitt Smith of JIlL
the trees.Mr. improved them each year, by selecting Mid viz: Oxford. ..
Jake I to said land before Clerk Circuit cou't Pack Morer ol Sumrnerfield Fla. Sam Mortr*
On Friday afternoon Mrs. my seed from only large of SuTimerSe'.d, Fla R, D. )forer.or Suamer- .

entertain number of her and well melons, I have I at Ocala. Fla., on field. Fla. S '
Brown will a shaped "
Shephard Watson. of New York, I I Monday, the 26ti! day of Feb.. 06. 12 i W G. ROBINSON. RegisterNOTICt. _.' 't
in pleasant manner for them dried in the shade, which S
hose fame now is known both north friends a very He names as witnesses : :? i

&n4 south has arrived in Ocala, and her mother Mrs. Levy ,of Nebraska.. will when properly planted always I I W. L. Brooks of Holder, Fla Y5 1;

"' 111 conduct a mill and factory sale who is her guest for the winter. $1.50 come up as they are sound and L. W. Brooks of Holder Fla. S ..

at the fulL I have 1500 Ibs., of choice !I II of Iverness Fla.S. .. >
Variety store beginning Friday S. P. Potter In the Circuit Court of the Filth Judicial Circuit of }

February, 2nd. Mr. Watson is quite Mr. Robert T. Alams who has been Few people in the United States have seed to offer at 50c per lb. When S. Savage, of Ocaja, Fla. l-1oridainand for Marion County.-In Chancery ,1

successful with these sales and where- spending the past ten days in Jack- not heard of the Courier-Journal. you send your order for seed and Any and all persons claiming adversely Arthur Lewis Lewis Defendant Complainant.-Order For vs.ConstrudieService. Elizabeth -'"

ever he conducts them once Is sure to : sonville and on the east coast is at in all fair in all wish me to do so, I will instructyou the above described lands are 1' .
Democratic things, to file their claims in this 15 ORDERED THAT THE DHFFNDAN1'
Mr. Adams has been appointed how to fertilize and requested IT .
.' return that he home again. prepare
a second time. The one rein named to-wit: Elisabeth Lewis oe aad
things clean in all things, it si essen- before said 26th day of
'ilU conduct for the Variety store he city ticket agent for the At- I cultivate. Let your order come in office on or she is hereby required to> appear to the btU ot
S : February. 1986. S Coast Line at the Ocala House tially a family paper. By a special at once. I sold the same kind of
kas lantic
i- determined shall be his .best and W. G. ROBINSON. Register. Monday the st& day o/Ferll4r.A.D.19*. 'cfIt
Ii This position was held by arrangement we are enabled to offer seed over S. C. Ga.. and Fla, last J
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'lll give the people ot this town office. This notice must be published oncea ia further ordered that a a'opyothis.rde f

Jessie Maughs for many years the Weekly Courier-Journal one year which perfect satisfactIon be published once a week (freight consecutive
an4 to :Miss year gave consecutive weeks Ina
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county a rare opportunity purchase week for weeks in the Ocala Banner, 'a newspaper published ..:'.

these mill and factory goods and is a very responsible one. and this paper for the price named I SI newspaper published nearest the in said county and state. '- .,,"-=
This 14th dayofov.zgo. -S
almost at their own price. The Varlet ab. ve. Send your subscription for land, and must als be posted In a (seal) S. T.SISTRCKKEDWIS -

)! More should be crowded during For Sale-l000 pounds W. P.select Moseley.Eden the combination to us-not to the 'I I I. FURHAN STILL conspiculous place in the land office SFBMCEa, Clerk Marion Circuit Conaty Ctmrt Ma -

the' le 1 Watermelon' seeds.: 2-2-4L Courier.Journal. l' Blackville* S. C. for ttte same period. '12-2V Complainants Solicitor.bj H.C.:;islnaak.8.C.
'I\ days ()f this sale. Gainesville. Fla. t J *

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I ., ''AGE.wr 'Tuiriiir. .. "I: OCALA MANNER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1906. _.

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:to WHENCE AND WHITHER.
J 1t1 1111r .
Yom. what unfathomed source does I l t
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mortal man
Acquire the power that gods_ them- :_. We Sell
selves might fear? '
-hence comes the magic that renews We Sell 4T, >- '- Vf CHASE A SANBORN'SARMOURS

& CO.'S < SEAL BRAND
againfleshly -"
t form of human beings I*>' '
here? STAR HAM : COFFEES AND TEAS

Why should Imperfect human flesh '. .- HAM WHAT AM, Y' > ; ., '!:.:.;...J.. -
.. and blood '
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Possess the. .power to bring a soul .
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t to life-' r '
7* launch upon earth's wild, tumult- -
'1Ions flood I .' ... ... .
A being destined to its endless < i $. i:<.:'V, '.
strife, .
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Not knowing if its course be smooth .. <.
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.and bright. 1 -. .. '" .
.r through the terrors of a starless -
night? -

Whence comes the breath of life, 0
child of mine
That makes thee more than mere .v-
unknowing clay? r x
Are we, though human, yet in part "
dIvIne :'
Doomed to this lower world for buta 1 K
day? : > : : = .- :
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3his thing that is-that yesterday was .. : : > : : ): .. : -
not- 1. .. : : .
COULD .
WE ,
.So with fraught despair.with hope, so burdened ; t" :'. : IF .. ,-:-<::::. -

Would I could know. 0 child, thy future ...:. : ; ,
lot. '".':;-. .: .. -
And see the skies above forever fair! aF .,. ..J ." .
treat God! the waves of fear about V.

Tor'me I am roll author of a human souL ': :( -<>* 0 I\1 liii 'y ':Yc;: :; ,

Almighty God, if Thou canst hear my ,
prayer, .. !! .' .
'If Thou dost ever listen when we : :, ''': ;'
call V. ? :
It Thou art round about us like the : V

air Or throned in aclendor far above us : : : OVER

Though,aU.Thy ear.Though for, myself% I may not claim 1 .T\ TALK IT WITH YOU .::

I must wander through the
pathless wild, O- '
Though I must know the power of

Guide doubt and and fear protect 0 God. through
life my child: 'F'OR HALF AN HOUR
For and every pain stroke that brings, it grief

'Must find its echoes in my heart again.F. .
L. ,ORTON.
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PROS AND CONS. ...
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Written Silence in for court the!Ocala the cry Banner rang: out ;. '. .. .' .' '. : .-
Over the room the voice of the judge
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stout. ..p'.f: ; :. : -i', "
Came! echoing out upon the street, % '<' .
Sank about the jury quivered o'er ;.'. >
the prisoner's lonely seat -,. .

Busking'then. in sonorous the lawyers commanding pleas of woe peal o?

weal We could show why a house dealing ex.clusively -
'to: bold the! jury he spoke in warnings '' you

Weigh well the pros and cons of thisI I E : .
case, as told!
Pat yourself in the place of the others -
I I in
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Let justice who Is Love hold the ; : .- lr."
scale for the prisoner. r
Then' reach into your hearts '
For the key to unlock and impart :" .:
Truth to the motive and the deed, I GROCERIES ;
.f the erring one who's cry for mercy :
heed. :
Could you pierce the doubts about us I
&e with Faith; Hope's blessing here.I I
Tou would not turn from there "
Under sin's curse. do better by its customers than
r Though pair! they fell in their blind des. I can one carrying -

Gould you read the, wounded heart of


Would lather riving pain.shame'you remember?them so -brotherly to,worse forgiveness chide vice and another and we, F : V a general line. We deal in Groceries of all!


forgive each other.
Could you know the care and crosses.

- ]Silently Crowded I losses you knew sadly around the fought the temptations prisoner's day by, and day.way_ the t kin.dsf course the rule that holds for other


Weaving. its spell of mystic pain, f .
Leaving on the life sins stain.

Tou'd mand.1amently sentence at Love's de- ,I lines also holds for viz

Though Laws' the command.Life's prisoner. plead guilty at ours, : "Quality Goverrjs tfye

,roads have many tangled crossings

Joy but a wail of woe though we do

We judge.not would uphold so judge wrong-doing as our Father mar I PriceLet us quote you prices before you' i

And reap His blessing instead of e .
cross: "

Remembering eternal. we too must stand order. ., ... "
next < j
place '
And:Before hear our"with Savior's what tribunal.measure ye your %:, i' .
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mete- ,.
.' shall be measured to you aerain." .-{
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;..:;; (:Comes the righteous judgment from -, .-b.(
;:; \ God's seat.
mercy '
The judge's, chareg to the twelve is "i .' ,.. .. ..... ," ,;:: ",. :, :_,;: _-.. .
made '., ._ :
Silence as they come into the, roor -
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Horrible moment! Joy and sorrow, ,, > .
stay the doom ., '-:'
\\ Almighty help, in this terrible strife, -; '
Heed )'E'. the divine command. "Lov -' ,
one another," -
And sorrow becomes joy at the good 1 i. : .
for the prisoner -M. P. .
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The Georgia Campaign. ,. ,--- -,.-'-,.',....;.',>. -. '. ..........
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Hoke Smith and CI=- -k Howell, rtal \- ::1 : .
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Georgia gubernatorial candidates ,
engaged in a joint debate the other .-".. ...,...
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lay. We learn from the Atlanta .
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Journal. :Mr. Smith's newspaper that
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after the debate Howell's friends carried \ .;-.,t.-,. r1r

L,: r his political remains away in a ... ........

tost pan. From the. Atlanta Constitu .....

lion Mr. Howell's newspaper wegather TEAPOT .-... :
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that
only a small grease spot .
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Marked the place where Smith struck ..' .
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> tfce platform. Nothing like a joint de- .' ..-.:..<
late for settling things. ...-.(
Toledo .-. ,..
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If there is any virtue In publicity _J ..-toc
c *overnor Yardeman. of Mississippi '" ,;:-J

s- t ought to be able to tell us all about ;:"

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It behoves you to use the best fertil- : : .1. ,: .
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hers on '- .
ypur crops. Favorite Fertil ; : '
isers are honestly made, and will give > ;" '
he best results Lang, Swarts & Co- .
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agents for Ocala x ; : ,. : : \ ; .,
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It is said that Senator Depew changed l>

; his seat in the senate the other day

six times in as many minutes. .

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; It Is said that Mr. Roosevelt now j1VH
listens with evident pleasure to the ;

siren-song of still another term. We SellHEINZ'S ., ",.
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s: The famous Buster Brown Blue E- KEYSTONE BRAND? ,":-,. ..'''''''::.\f. / .f:.': ,, ;..:: .': .,. ; > R..C. WILLIAMS CO.'S
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the Fair Store.V' ; ''' : :: i ; -.: : ;; : ;f SAUCES, ETC. e
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The famous Buster Brown Blue
Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls{ at
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