The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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i "I t H" ( JI the Peobk, for the: People and bv the Peopl :


Local Editor. A HEART TO HEART TALK. -


;.. -- A Mass Meeting of the Citizens-The Moody-Doten.

IjHFEMKGS ABOUT TOWN Convened in Ocala Tuesday-Judge WE JUST WANT THE EAR 'OF OUR WEEKLY SUBSCRIBERSFOR Sentiment Unanimously in Favor Word has been .received, In Ocala of

.. riitr. Aleck Boarman, Presiding A MOMENT., of a New BUilding the marriage of Mr. Charles Moody

Frank Cahoon! of Oak, was and Miss Bertha Doten, of Charleston _
The winter term of. the United ,REVISED OUR SUBSCRIPTION LIST'ND TALLIES EXACTLY Pursuant to an advertisement p lnt- ,
among the visitors to Ocala Monday. I I S. C.. which took place on Thursday
States district court for the southern WITH OUR SUBSCRIPTION BOO)\. NOTWITHSTANDING, HOWEVER 'ed in the Ocala papers emanating
February the first.

Miss Annie Davis is visiting friends district of Florida, convened in this THE PAINS WE HAVE TAKEN THERE MAY BE SOME from 'the, board of county commis- .I
The marriage occurred at 'he home '
at Grabamville this week. city Monday morning at 9:30 o'clock. ERRORS. IF SO, THEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY: CORRECTED. sioners a mass meeting of the citizens
of the bride in Charleston and was ,
M The officers of the court are: Aleck ONE WORD MORE. was held In the law library Monday > '
Little :Misa Isabel Allred has recov- I witnessed by only a few of her intimate -
Boarman, Judge; J. M. Cheney, dis- / WE HAVE JUST PURCHASED A NEW, UP-TO-DATE, MERGENTHALER afternoon and about ,twenty were in L .,
Mod: after a week's severe IHnesa. friends and relatives.
trict attorney; R. P. Marks, assistant TYPESETTING MACHINE, AND SINCE DOING SO, attendance.
district attorney; Jno. F. Horr, marshal I I The young groom Is an Ocala boy
Mr. Israel Brown a former Ocala ONE OF OUR EXCHANGES IS KIND ENOUGH TO SAY THAT .Those who addressed the 'meeting
; 'E. O. Locke, clerk; G[ EC John- and is a son ot'Mrs. E. P. Moody. His
elttzen, was here Monday. OUR PAPER HAS BEEN IMPROVED ONE HUNDRED PER CENT. were Messrs. W. J. Harvey, of .Montague -
son, deputy clerk; H. H. Eyles, crier; 1 'employed on the Atlantic CoastLine

Thurlow Bishop, deputy marshal; C. WE WANT OUR SUBSCRIBERS TO ASSIST US IN MAKING IT A ; William H. Dehon of Fellowship and runs between Jacksonville
Borland of
Mr. J. B. Citra was a
prominent visitor to Ocala Tuesday. ,T. Merrill, office deputy. STILL BETTER PAPER., I and L. S. Light, of Reddick. and Tampa His Ocala friends wiR

Judge Boarman is acting in place of YET ANOTHER" -WORD., eWE These gentlemen, all stated ,that the be interested 'In' the announcement of

Izlar has been the Judge James W. Locke, who is having his marriage and will extend best '
KIaa EloIse on I PURCHASED THIS MACHINE ON THE INSTALLMENTPLAN people throughout the county as far
sick the several days. a leave of absence _on account of I wishes and congratulations to him and
illness. AND STILL OWE ON IT OVER THREE THOUSAND DOL- as they could ascertain, are in favorof .
his bride.
building a new court house. but

Cot J. II. Livingston is at home Judge Boarman was appointed Unit- LARS.THIS think with utilizing the material In At present Mr. and Mrs. Moody are

..1 a buslne trip to Jacksonville. ed States district judge in 1881 by the 13 A LARGE SUM OF MONEY BUT THE MACHINE IS the old building that the new build- making their home in Jacksonville.

i\ 1 late President James A. Garfield, durIng WORTH EVERY CENT OF IT. ing ought not to cost more than $50.- -

of the Dutton the brief time he occupied the Barfiald-Coulton.
Mr. A. S. Anderson,'
presidential chair. He is a native of 000.The Miss Genevieve Reed Coulson _
1)) ndphate Company la in the city of
addresses of these gentlemenwere
..: to-I I we judge about 62 listened to by the board of coun- Mr. Jesse Barfield, of

years of age. He has a very strong ; NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SEVEN, THEY WILL HAVE THE. Louisville Kentucky were quiet
ty commissioners and the others present
limbs Dell Fosnot of East Lake and rugged face and every lice denotes i CREDIT, OF BUYING THIS MACHINE FOR US. most attentively married Sunday morning at ten af-

.w... U spending a few days In Ocala. character and strength.He clock at the home of the bride. '
FRIENDS HELP US OUTI! AND WE PROMISE ON OUR PART The designs of quite a number ofarchitects
-- has occupied the bench in Florida i I Miss Coulson was the state sponsorat
ilea Frank.Ditto has returned home ., sitting at Tallahassee, Tampa, I' the Confederate reunion whlcwas'
FLORIDA., board Tuesday and, they will submit .
Wss a visit to relatives at Fruitland Jacksonville and Pensacola but this held at Jacksonville in December
the same to 'the advisory committee .
ak. I time Is his first visit to Ocala. REMEMBER THE OCALA BANNER IS FORTY YEARS OLD. I and is & very charming young wo .
appointed by the citizens and the
\ Judge Boarman's charge to the jury, MAKE IT, HAPPY ON ITS FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY. most suitable design will be adoptedand man. She is the granddaughter of

tit Sam 'Dell of Gainesville, wassong after It was Impannelled Monday the late James Couteon and of Capt.D. '
preliminary steps will Immediately -
the commercial travellers 1* morning, was a clear cut. .strong and I -- .. ---=- ". : B. Reed, both prominent veteran
be taken for the. construction of
fill..k Jfl8terday.a well defined presentation the law. Miss Caro Liddon Gives Card Party. Meeting of.' City Council. the buildlsg.' of the war of the states. The wedding -

He' called the attention of the jury to is the result of a romance that began -

Newcomb Barco was in from the fact that it was their duty to Inquire Tuesday night Miss Caro Liddon The regular bi-monthly meeting of- The King's Daughters.At last summer whet Miss Coulsom .

.uonhlp Tuesday shopping and visa into all violations against the was the hostess at one of the pleast t the board of aldermen was held in th# visited Mr. Barfield'a mother In Louis-

relatives laws of the United States and called Till. :
antest parties feat bas tx*>n given Council chamber Tuesday night a meeting of the KIng'4 Daughters -
especial attention to the fact.that violation -
the crowd this All the members held at Ocala, Florida, Feb. I,
favorite Fertilizer for all crop and among younger .season. were present except
I against the revenue laws, pos- I i I Von Engelkcn axfield.At .
material for vale by Lang 1906. the resolution were
fertilizer Receiving with the hostess was her I i, :Messrs. Ford and Weathers. following
. t*ros fc Co. xLtttla tal laws, ,depredations on government II I i I unanimously adopted. the Alcazar Hotel in .St. Augus

lands, counterfeiting money and sell- sister .and brother, Dr. and Mrs. J. Mr. W. P. Edwards was, appoint**] tine on February the second occurred '
I Whereas, Our Heavenly Father In
Ulaa Mary Edna Carroll is ing liquor without a license came especially '' the marriage of Mrs. Louisiana Breck-
M. Dell, of Gainesville Miss Liddon janitor for the city market. his infinite wisdom ha.s'taken unto
illiG> to be out ag&U after a few day'sMrs. under their province. inrldge Gibson Maxfleld and Mr. Frederick .
was quite attractive in a gown of Mrs. Nancy S. Wallace,, Mr. T. H. himself S. A. Standley, the beloved
tr ea Two cases that came up Monday Johannes Hugo Ton Engelken.In .
pink silk and Mrs.. Dell who before 'Wallis, The Boston store Messrs. husband of our honored Vlce-Presi-
\ illustrate the
afternoon will mannerof speaking of this prominent cot-
her marriage, had the reputation of dent and earnest co-worker Mrs.
W. F. Lowry of the Homo- man Judge Boarman IsTwo: negroes E. Yonge & Co., Stephen Hodge, and pie the Times-Union says:
being one of Qeala's most beautiful Standley, and this Society desiring to
l4i Rendezvous, wag shopping in came before him for trial. Tney several others applied for a reductionof The beautiful bride Is too weft
young ladies, looked lovely in a white express to our sister our profound
t4bt Tuesday. were charged with violating that well I' known throughout the South
to neel
lace dress. Mrs. 3[. Liddon and Miss I taxes, some on real estate and some sympathy In her bereavement.
known statue No. 4282. viz: "sellingliquor much mention .here. Lovely in
I Valeta Potter also assisted Miss Lid- on personal property. Therefore be It resolved that TheKing's per
tf. J. W. Ward jr.. of Floral City, without l1cen fAll brilliant' in
a. e.- son. mind possessing
I don during the evening.In these Daughters of Ocala Florida in a
lit among the prominent turpentine The judge asked the prisoners if applications were referred great personal magnetism which ha
the of the from a table meeting assembled hereby extend to
OcalaYr. rear hall} to the ;
in judiciary committee.A
few days I .
nee spending a
t they had a lawyer and they replied won friends for her wherever she
! I
prettily decollated; with. pansies and I communication our sister a formal expression ,of our
that they had not. He then asked if I was read from traveled, with that blending of grac-, -
Grant JlcCall. a former Ocala violets punch was served to the I I iMr.I J. C. Williams, superintendent of tender sympathy and condolence.Be .
to trial and lousness
they were ready to go and sweetness of manner
guests as they arirved. Those invited I I it further resolved that a copy ,
the electric
Alien but now a travelling sales- they said they were. The judge then I' light plant, stating that which is so typical of the true Southern
to Miss LidJon's party were the following j j when the is of these resolutions be ,spread upon
ran l I. in the city. new service installed more .
asked them how long they had been gentlewoman she Is a true Colonial
young people: Mr. and Mrs. transformers and other the minutes of this Society, that the
-- arrested and whether they had been 'j 'appliances will :Dame a' Daughter of the Revolution
Liddon, Misses Valeta Potter J be published in our city
Mallory same papers
Ga.. isCiting be needed.
Mrs. Goueke, of Southville: out on bond or had been in jail. They I i I I and of the Confederacy.
Grace Hatchell, Louise Harris Eloise ] and that an engrossed copy be delivered -
her nelce. Mrs. IL II. Whit- I communication was referred to
that last I "Mr.
replied they were von Engelken, though a descen-
Miller Allie Van Juhan, Lou Moody to our bereaved sister.
worth., near Ocala. July and had been in jail ever since. I light and water committee with dant of the most aristocratic familiesof
Edna Dozier, Annie Mathews, Beatrice I to act. Mrs. W. C. Lindsey, President.
,. He then said you had better .let me power v Germany and Italy, is proud to ,
Sinclair, Florie Condon. Pauline Sul- iMrs. N. :M. Allred, Corres. Secy.
Hon. W. A. Fulton, of Brooksville.w A change in the system of purchas-
represent you and plead guilty, which renounce his connection with titled
the prominent visitors livan, Evelyn Liddon, Beth Liddell, ing supplies for the various Mrs. H. L. Anderson, Record Secy
s among may departments .
they did. The sentence of the court families .and call himself simply an
Margaret Walters, Leafy Sylvester,
to the
city Tuesday. was adopted.
then, is, said the judge, that you serve A Great Piano Sale. American citizen. His coming to this
Messrs. J. II. Harvey
For the period of month the
six months In jail and this sentence one country is a tribute to the advanced
Mr. J. A. Jordan, of Tampa, of the expires Clark Robert Mathews. Harry Pal- heads of each department is author-
You of nation. Mr. En
today. are discharged.The policies our von
John Sullivan )Ie srs. Ludden & Bates, the great
Howard Walters,
Cable llano Company* is a business mer, ized to jHKehase supplies for his department -
followIng'are the names of' the r gelken is a greatnephew of Prince von :
visitor to Ocala for a few days.Mr. Emmett Robinson, Alfred Beck, Don and report the Southern Music House, are having'big a
same to the .
Jiismarck. full evidence of the.I
grand jury: giving
and exhibition of pianos and organs
Ford, John Pelot, Osco Guy e- council .
G. W.. Hyde J. T. Weeks, J. B. Jar- compared with the system I mind qualities of his distinguishedgreat .
and .Mrs. Royal E. .Smith, of wadski, Ralph Robinson and Morris now in at the Ocala Rille's Armory in this
rell W. H. Rainey, B. C. Bridges, R. I vogue. city and will continue here for the uncle, He is also a grandson of
Atlanta Georgia are a pleasant young Smith.In The Bell
ordinance '
W. Hayes, W. DT Seigler, S. B. Willis was Christopher' Johannus Ludwig von
ctuple spending a few .days in . next
G. W. Roswell-Schafer meeting. I Doderlein, and his mother's side U
Perry, W. E. tifully decorated with, bamboo, roses fir A. R. Harper has this sale in on
II* A: Peckett Xo action was taken on building a descended from Prince of the noble
Bill Paul
Thompson, a
nome Prof. A. J. Foskett and Prof. j
Miss Stella Cleveland returned and japonicas, were arranged the tables new fire stiiion i charge.
or the old
J. S. J/D. repairing Italian house of Ditcentigni. lleeom,;
Harrison McDuffy, S. C. I
the musiciansand
Monday after a few day's'i.sit with on which were played progressive. .j Nelson Morrison are
Cook, J. IL I ing American citizen in order taj -
Teamster George Giles, an
F.I one.The
relatives at Gaiterville. whist and a number of rounds of this j usual batch of Jasper Harris and J. M. Robertson ;!
P. Gadson, W. C. Bulf and S. E. Rowe.. bills properly salesmen. j win the hand fit one of the most b au-
the. j
-- interesting and enjoyable game were
I f O. K'd.
| The folowing are the names of the appropriate committeeswere tiful American women; he has Invested ;
These pianos have been sold in.
Miss Kate Carter went up to Ken-I played and the young folks enjoyed '
presented and ordered paid. I in land interests in Florida
petit jury large -
irlek Monday to visit her sister, Mrs. : the evening immensely. After the Ocala for the past thirty years and j
W. D. Hatchett J. P. Williams. Wil -- I and will probably make his! prin- r
.. C. McLeod for a few days. games were over a salad course with I Doings in the United States Court on are sold strictly on their merits. j ;
Ham Arnold George Gamble. W. D. I cipal residence in Jacksonville with 'i "
.-y- h9t' coffee and other delicacies were Tuesday Among others they have for sale the

The famous Buster Brown Blue Lovell, R.,!!. Beville A. II. Priest, R. served.., Chickering, the Mathushek, the Vose, whose future he is greatly impressed.Mr. :

Nbbon Shoes for boys and girls at A. Hall, H. R Fennell!, Alex. Hough. The pretty'prizes were won by Miss Judge' Boarman is conducting court the Everett, the ;Rudolph, the Lester von Engelken owns a place on"

J. A. Lee, J, M. Gates W. :M. Shock: the Et. John's river, and there in a
tM and others.
Fair Store. Louise Harris and Morris Smith. with great rapidity and is setting a
ley, Alfred Tooley cozy "bungalow" the honeymoon will
-- precedent.For This Is the best opportunity for

Mrs. Cam returned to her home at After the adjournment of the court The New Court House. instance: In the noted phos- buying a piano that the citizens ofOcala be spent..
number of I I :Mrs.: von Engelken is a noted Ken-
morning quite
Monday a ,
Reddlck several days, ago, after a phate case of the Royal Phosphafecompany have ever had. The Armory

visit In Ocala with her sons, Messrs. local bar were introduced to Judge I The board of county commissioners I against Martin Van Buren J will be open all day and also in the tucky beauty, and her ancestral home .

".. D. and Baxter Carn. Boarman and the officers, of the court met Tuesday afternoon at two o'clockin Van Ness, when the court opened on evenings and special recitals will be in Kentucky Is one of the most typical -

I j: I Mr. G. W. Hyde of Gainesville was the office of Mr. W. 'W. Clyatt for Tuesday morning the lawyers on both given during their stay In Ocala. Visitors of the castlelike manor houses of

Mr. Thomas A, O'Neil. of Savan- made forman of the grand.. jury. the purpose of receiving and considering sides had a vast array of books and will be welcomed at all times. the South. -

uh Georgia has arrived in Ocalaand designs plans and specificationsfor attempted to the jurisdiction -- -
argue or
has accepted a position with" the j. Confederate Veterans Meet. a new court house. There were want of Jurisdiction of the court Gave a Lunch. WheelerAmmerman.On .

f, J. Chambers Shoe Company. seven architects' present. Judge Boarman stated that that the afternoon of January the

j The Ocala Camp Confederate Veterans The meeting of the board was an I Misses Sadie and Theresa Crown thirty-first in Tampa, Major Billings
; phase of the case had been decided
MUs Sophie Howard returned to her held their regular meeting in executive one and each architest was I entertained at lunch Tuesday in honor j'' Wheeler and Miss Oracle Ammermanwere
and told the
lawyers that the "deadmust i '
some at' Grahamville Sunday after Ocala :Monday: morning, with quite a : given an opportunity to present and II:I bury Its dead" but not at the I of Miss Sadie Kaufman, of New York. united in marriage before, a ,

pending a few days In Ocala with the number of they members in afijgndance. explain his design. expense of the government and calledon who is the guest of Mrs. S. Kohn number of their relatives and friends" i:

family of Mrs. Frances Howse. J I 1 The principal thing done at this The attention of the board was engaged the marshal to impanel the Hyde Park. An elaborate menu was! Major' Wheeler formally lived in'

meeting was the appropriating of all the afternoon consideringthe jury served and covers laid for Mesdame New York, but is now a resident of '-
and the clerk to swear them, and. the
The famous Buster Brown Blue I j $250 towards the erection of a Confederate -" designs plans and specifications case was proceeded withon its merits. Selig Kohn John Levy, Henry Brash, I I Haines City, where he owns a beautiful

Ribbon Shoes for .boys and girls l', monument iu Oclaa and a submitted by Mr. IL J. Klutho, of After !arguments of counsel the jury Crown Misses Kaufman, Sadie and I winter home.Immediately .

th Fair Store. x ]j monument to. the women of the Con- Jacksonville, and :Mr. Frank Millburn, I Theresa Crown.-Tampa Tribune. I after their"weddjng
found in favor of the defendant L e., '
'- I federacy. Two thirds of the above of Columbia, S. C. 4> The Misses Crown formerly residedin Major and Mrs. Wheeler WCBJL,*a tfcelr"
t that he is not "
I a resident of the state I ''
Capt. John L. Inglis.. of Jackson- j amount was to be given for the former The board raet'-again at eight o'clock Ocala.A home at Haines City. :
j of Florida but of the state of Missouri -
; villa and Port Inglis was a prominent'biter monument and .the remaining third Tuesday night In executive session to j : .
f In the casese against William Fosnot
to Ocala Tuesday and was j for the latter. hear from Messrs. W. B. Camp of : Farm For Sale or Rent. e I The many Florida friends ofa&
and his daughter, Della Fo not, after
reg-I and interesting I will sell rent farm of 3SO W. K. Zewadskl, of Marion eo.rO'
istered at the Ocala House. After numerous pleasant Jacksonville, Walter Chamberlin, Birmingham or my j ;
i a hearing by the grand jury true
discussions the Veterans ad- Ala.; Andrew ,J. Bryan, New no ,,' acres in the Fellowship neighborhood tat ;i will regret that be has sold his !_,-
bills found.
were 9
Messrs. J. Galloway, James En- j journed' until the March" meeting. *. Orleans, La.; Holmes & Gilkes, Jack- I ,.- a reasonable price. Good living formable home at Ocala, a.nd will remove -!

teaser, Edd. Tucker and Harry Leav- j I ; -- sonville. I It behoves you to use the best fertil- house and outbuildings; partly under to Springfield Ill. to" reside. He, .

'" engood are spending thIs,week at Cry- j; Misses .Mamie and Elizabeth Coffee. izers on your crops. Favorite Fertil- good fence. .Apply to Mrs. Jessie Hay- has been one of Florida's most useful

tUI River fishing. i| of Valdosta, Ga., returned to Levon For Sale-:My home and lot knownas izers are honestly made, and will give craft I-td-2ttf. .I.I citizens and of course carries with him

i Sunday after 'spending a few days In the Reardon place situated on Ock- : the best results. Lang; Swarts' & Co., i: and his excellent family all of oar best
for Ocala.
agents xMr.
lawaha avenue, for l'articulars'add.
Mr. Thompson editor of the }I Ocala, the guests of, Miss Annie Da-: W C. Jeffords, City '01' Mrs. 1C Orr. Messrs. Peter Durisoe, Pat Randalland j r wishes.-Tallahassee True Demoeat.

Dunnelloa Advocate and Mr 1vis.. 1100.2nd sL, Louisville, Ky. i23tJosiah F. W. R Nance, of South Carolina L. M. Graham. of Connor, Judge

i r. Clements, a prosperous phosphate op- f has is In Ocala the guest of his, Alexander Wynne and Capt. W. 'E. I Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Dell of Gainesville

., erttor of Dunnellon, were among the I Messrs. Lang, Swartz & Co.. are the Ferris purchased the I grandson and granddaughter. Mr. Will I Fosnot, of Eastlake Weir; Mr.. Hinton t I, after a brief visit in Ocala with

Tlallors to Ocala Monday i authorized agents of the Sanders Fertilizer Daily and Weekly Orlando Reporter Dunn and Miss Jennie Dunn.The of :Moss Bluff Mr. B. B. Dean J Mrs.'D lrs parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.

*, Co., of Jacksonville. If you and took charge of the office, Monday.Mr. of Rock Springs; Mr J. B. Grigga and A. Liddon, returned to thel rhome on

:The 'famous Buster Brown Blue'lUbbon i i| are needing fertilizers, or anything in. ,Hudson the former' editer of the 1 I r famous Buster Brown' Blue CoL P.. T, Rogers of Lynne 'and Dr.D.A. Tuesday night. They came down especially

Shoes tor boys and girls atthe j j I the fertilizer line, you will do well to Reporter, will- retire from the netfspa Ribbon Shoes for*boys and. 'girls at Smith, of Anthony, were transacting to attend Miss Cora Lidtlon's

.Fair Store. x figure W'lth them before buYing. x I per field. the Fair Store. z business In Ocala Monday. card party.I .



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S- We: Florida Favorable:-Prices i Old Joe
therein I .
J Floridahas : ,
The railroad commission of FOR
To the Citizens of Marion .County: .
Good-Demand for High Grade f
fc.ii'f f IUnprecedented. We have earned the title of "Banner County." We should, maintain been weighed in tbp. balances I Old Hareyst
"f patiently and diligently" by the peo- 'I
I it, and I am going tooutline a course of action by which, if it is adopted absolutely
is found
ple of Florida and S Old McBrayer
IIrE. 6. Hovey who 'a a contributor by our people in their respective departments, will, in my: judgment wanting. '

to the annual volume the United lead on to such prosperity as the people of this county, without exception t "Why'should it longer cumbereth a the : -- Mark Rogers :

r States Geological Survey on the mineral I have never enjoyed before, not even ,excepting the "days before : ground?" '
It Is less 1" serviceable to the peopleof ,, jJjVI1 : Old Charter S'ch
: resources of, the country, is authority the freeze"V ,
'I Florida than ,the "barren fig tree," tt
for several Interesting .S1ateI I Thero.is. a tide in_ the affairs of men, which if taken at its- flood, .
and like It, should be.mercilessly hewn Mt. Vernon
ments- concerning "'the phosphate''I industry J I leads on to fortune.. This tide is now rising and ,It behooves every down.. ; d h l l l l >

during 1903In; all of the three .
: citizen of the county, to have his boat ready and his hand upon the During. Its regime nearly every / } Inp, ? ,
States where phosphate rock Is mined ''tt 1 p IHy Cascade and '.
oars to launch out and land in a harbor of great and I testing prosperity.. wholesale establishment in the interiorhas
the productiow'was'greater in 1905
forced to to the seaport .
than in 19& The increase was more First, I wouldask that ,the farmers of the county plant short cots been go I
cities or quit business.It Other High .
marked In" Florida and Tennessee than ton. I don't! mean for those who plant a .little long cotton, to substitute .
is impossible under' the rates fixed -* '
Jn.. South Carolina., short for the long, but I want all planters to go into the culture of by the commission for any town In .
During the winter and spring of Grade Whiskey .
short cotton whether they have heretofore planted long cotton or not. the interior of .Florida.to do a whole- ,
1905 the weather In Florida was un-
Plant cotton, and let it be short cotton. Good varieties of seed are ease sale business, and the .people living in ---I
usually favorable for mining phosphate : V
Pensacola to Cape :
rock. The rainfall was less thanIt ily obtained. I 'came from a short and long staple state, and I know the interior from I Unexpected Visitor. : ,
4 Sable' are mere "hewers of wood and An _
had been for years and the w the kinds of lands suited to each-I I know the costs and trouble, incidentto .
drawers of water for the more for- anew
level lower than it had ter-I May be an old friend or a .
was the making and harvesting of each, and I am fully persua'ded that tunate cities located on the sea c'oast. ) '
since 1$99. Owing to these conditions business acquaintance ( ,
I there are thousands of acres of land in Marion county that will pro- During .Hsregime the vegetable .industry .

the production rock during of high-grade the winter,phosphate nad- duce short, cotton well. Now we need a staple crop., A 'crop that is of the interior is gradually being Be ready for him 5

y spring months was unprecedented. always equivalent to cash. ,A crop that we'are not' compelled to throw stifled. with a.case. of assorted ; '

Heavy rains during the summer and into the market as soon as"it is ready to gather'or else it is lost. A crop The rates established by the com- S Scotch Irish; brandies, L ? ( I ,' '
mission, or, at least consented ,to by
the high waters that prevailed afterward that we can store away and draw money on, and wait, if need be, fora it, are as a millstone about the neck whiskies" rye burbon 1 1

made mining difficult, and the better market. Cotton-short wines etc. We ,will put k Rrte ,::
cotton. can be raised and put on the of our vegetable growers and they .
production of the second half of the ':'
the markets for half the cost of long cotton. It will make twice as muchto are being gradually forced out of bus- you up a dozen or more. .4'!
year was consequently average -
forthose months. So phenomenal the acre and 'gathered with half the trouble.- will never again go iness.* Why continue the sham? quart bottles to meet just sl,, f It"; We hope that the candidates, for {
however was the output of the down to a price that will be below a good profit on the production.With such emergencies and
I "-
I first half of the year that the estimated the great Canal in sight, and the geographical situation of Florida counties legislative will honors have the from courage all interior to an- I you'll not "go broke" eitht;.,', f f '
total production from the mines er paying for the goods caw
giving us the "open door" to th efar East and its great demand, the nounce as the principal plank 'of their ,
Is greater for 1905 than for 1904. The we supply. ,
demand for, high-grade rock at advanced state is destined to develop into a great cotton state. Then begin now platform. .the abolition of the 'railroad '\ _

prices has increased and, the and get in on the ground floor! With short cotton planted and the commission. : OC0LA HOUSE WINE ROOMS I

sales of the year have therefore been acreage approximately known, ginneries'will at once be erected to gin .

greater than usual Probably not less and prepare the crop for ,market. I guarantee that, if sufficient is -Croup. ..eHH.---.HHI
than half of the increased shipmentswere '
Begins with the symptoms of a common
planted to warrant the erection of
a plant or plants. Then, as a nat ,
made at the expense of stock cold;, there is a chilliness sneez-
carried over from ,1904 with the result I ural sequence, the ginnery adds machinery for a cotton-seed oil mill. ing, sore throat, hot skin quick pulse -
hoarseness and,, Impeded respiration.Give .
that the stock now on, hand in" This opens a market for the seed which sells from 18 to 30 cents per frequent small doses of Ballard's -

Florida and ready for shipment is reduced ushel. The oil extracted we have the cotton-seed meal and hulls-the Horehound Syrup (the child will cry LANDS.
for it) and the first sign of a croupy
.to the lowest point reached in former for cow-feed and fertilizer, while the hulls are a fine substitute cough apply frequently Ballard's
; six years. Snow Liniment to the'throat.
p for the, ,long-forage feed of milch cows. These which we have now to Mrs. A. Vilet, New Castle Colo, '
Prices during' 190:; have been good writes March 19, 1902: "I think Bal If ha va.lands wish to sell lease or rent "
f and on account t>f the rapidlyincreasing buy and pay freight on would be had at first cost at our doors. lard's Horehound Syrup a wonderful ( .you you ;

European demand they promise to But, it may ,be said, we have no local market for short staple lint remedy and eo pleasant to take. Sold or if you, ,want to buylands;: for farming, grazing,
by all druggists. m V V :'
be evens better in 1906. Buyers are. already cotton., I answer, let the cotton be made and the market .will make turpentining or lumber purposes, .

I making contracts for 1907 and 'itself. "Wheresoever the body is, thither will the eagles be gathered Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Starr jr., of i .

some are venturing to look as far Savannah, are In Ocala for a short Write to
together. The same way that our town is filled "with fruit and vegetable -
ahead _as 1908. The scarcity and Increased visit and are guests at the Ocala %
cost of labor combine with solicitors and buyers, so you will see the cotton buyers come if
House. Mr. Starr was formerly the
the greater cost of mining to check you will produce the stuff in sufficient quantity to bring them. All this proprietor of the Almeria HoteF atTampa BLOUNT REAL ESTATE COl

the response that otherwise mightbe will come in due time. If not at first, then in the meantime, Jackeson- and has many friends in that I OCALA FLORIDA.

made to the greater demand and ville is, near enough, as well,as Savannah and Charleston. Oh, but you city and in various parts of the state. ,
higher prices. The prices obtained, I
say, the expense of getting it to these places!
for high-grade phosphate rock during
1905 have .averaged from 25 to 50 Well, let's see about that. How many thousands of bales in the

'cents a ton more than in 1904. cotton belt .are annually shipped, entirely by rail, bymarkets, twice and 'itJ ..... E/i ll fVild00ilOlo AV fV _.

y The valuable deposits of high-grade three times as far away. No freight is required to be paid in advance, )

phosphate rock are in the hands of.. or guafanteed on cotton. It is cash itself. We, at this place, are,hap- .
comparatively few people These holders IThe
pily so situated as to force better rates than half of the growers in the -
constitute sfryng companies which ; Mill Sale
are acting more and more in harmony.'with' .1 i cotton belt. It only requires a little effort and concerted action to bring Factory I

s one another and may be eXPect-i I the railroads into active competition with !water transportation. With ,

ed not to -produce more rock than is !r Silver Springs as a starting point, we can get freights to and from
5: V needed. for the actual requirements '" either of the markets I have mentioned. We have a fine hard road from The
I' Ocala
has Ever Seen
their trade. The increase expectedin Biggest is Now in Progress
here, to Silver
Springs, and thousands of planters have to haul their
1906 from independent miners, who I i I Ii
i i cotton twice as far and over roads not to 'be compared with the one I ATVARIETY i
may open new ,properties will prob- I! _
ably not be large enough to affect the t mentioned, to get a shipping point to start their cotton to market. Then _

general situation since the demand Is, ,! let our planters and merchants, through the board of trade, or any other (

Jncreasing/so ,much more rapidly than practical enter into traffic
way arrangements with the steamboat STOREYou
T. the supply.
line to haul our cotton and other freight from and to a landing at or
The producers of phosphate rock in ;
near Silver Springs, and will have
Tennessee have, shared In the general j we we need in freight arrange- (

prosperity of the industry. The quantity .; j ments. The road is so good that the hauling of freights to and from (

of phosphate rock mined" and sold I I that point, could be brought within rates much lower than those now

'in 1905 surpassed the production for j paid to the discriminating railroads. If the steamboat lines fail to make
1904 the year which up to that time j < are missing the opportunity of lifetime
-I f favorable terms with us, then let us get together and put a line of boats a by not
had carried the honors. for production. j
I of our own on the waters. All we need is to realize our own strength and ,
The marketed production for 1904
was i this sale. We
,visiting are giving ,more bargains in
530,571 long tons; but that for 1903; \ unite in the common purpose, and we will succeed. I one

probably exceeded 600,000 long tons. j i The policy outlined in this article will revolutionize the planting

The average price obtained for crude I I j interests of this county, and bring about a stable prosperity never be- >, day than you have ever had in a year heretofore. Thous-

rock has been higher than before, and j :
fore dreamed of 'by our planters and people here. In doing this
the outlook for Tennessee phosphateis you < ands of dollars worth of direct
goods from
\ good; I need not leave off your vegetables and fruit, but let these be side is- < the Mills and

Little change was noted in the situation sus, and let the staple crop be short cotton-a crop you need'not hurry '

' I of phosphate-rick mining 'in I into market and can keep and yet get money on until it suits you to put > Factories are being sold atFACTORY

ti South Carolina during the' .last year.l it on the market. X
The production in 1903; showed a _
I urge our farmers to organize a farmers' association and take the
slight increase over that of 1904.-
V Manufacturer's Record. matter into consideration and carry it out. Let each one plant from

f five to twenty acres as an experiment. There are plenty of lands, in and COST

Mr. G.-\V..Bean has been appointedTampa's around Ocala that will produce 500 IBs of lint per acre. This is the stan- t
.: new ostmaster. I dard weight of a short staple bale. If the land is properly prepared, 4 .' .

fertilized and cultivated this result can be obtained, but such a bale to This Sale
Tampa Heraldvigorously denies 4 : will only last Three More

posing as the personal; organ of I two acres will realize a handsome profit-and. you will never have any Days

Governor Broward, It simply calls returns in which the sale does not pay the freight, as is so often the

: down those who attack his adminis- case with fruits and vegetables-Let our people wake up and utilizeour .

tration. Tuesday Febauary.lS is the
God-given resources, and a growing and lasting prosperity is in LosfDoy. .

Mr. N. II. Harrison, of Jacksonville. our grasp. I invite the co-operation of every citizen of whatever busi- V -

Known to his intimate friends -as ness in bringing it on. The foundation stone must be laid by our : ,

,. ":\Ionk." Is mentioned as a candidate farmers Plant" cotton-short. cotton=and the rest is assured. We are Opening New Goods

for railroad commissioner in the com- Every
.. Your fellow-citizen ,
Irig primary. S), also, is General E. t

B: Bailey, of Monticello.and likewise LAURIE T. IZLAR. < Day. This is the last Big Sale we will

S Mr. Royal C. Dunn of Madison, whois .. .' .
I No Oslerism in Alabama. I II I he New Court, House. '
at present Secretary; to the board. i have
I for at least
I county six months. This sale
'.. V Mr. T. A. Jennings a prominent Senator Pettus: Alabama, is eigh- j j I The_board of commissioners

naval stores operator, of Pensacola, ty-six and Senator Morgan Is eighty- !I j t were in session all day Wednesday leaves all
and an-exceedingly' popular citizen is I I| hearing the others we have had far
two and, both have announced for reI I various architects whose into significance -
being strongly-urged to become I
a candidate l 1 I i
election., There is no 'Oslerism": in I 1i names have already been printed in
for the governorship.Jt is need -
Alabama. I! this paper explain the merits of their .
less to remark that he is neither related

to or at all ,resembles the person -- j I designs which they submitted for the V '
Pittman's auction sale starts I
Sat : tl
of that name who once figured 'as urday,' February 17. building of a new court house. : :

} Florida's governor.-St. Augustine Re- When the board adjourned in the : V :
'c-ordi: Dr. Goldstein the well known eye THREE DAYS
afternppn all the plans MORE
specialist of Louisville Ky., has_ decided except those of <
three of the architects had been
t Editor Frank Harris of the Ocala to locate permanently in this turned :_ ** < f
down towitH. .J. Klutho '
Banner appears to be so in love with city and he has closed a contract Jacksonville ,. And the Yellow Tickets ,
; Frank J. Millburn. of Columbia ? : Come
whereby he becomes the of Down. '
owner 165 _
his editorials that he 'is printing them | S. C.-;. and Walter .
'r tn' double column with black-faced acres of elegant property on Florida of Chamberlain .
'I Birmingham Ala. I {
type.-St. Augustine Record. avenue. He immediately improveit y

Xo. not that. The, Editor of the by erecting a handsome residenceand The Georgia

Ocala Banner simply wants to keep putting out an immense grove. items like t this: newspapers"All for contain Shepliard.WatSOll
Smith! and )
Tampa Herald.' 1)
up with the newspaper procession and none for Howell" and "All for Howell IgT. 3 3s

Vh show the possibilities, of the. Mer$'en'V Pittman's auction sale starts Saturday and none for Smith." You pay your

s thaler, typesetting machine. February 17. money and you take your choice.: v*****'*'*'**' w. .

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> I Agatheridon Society at the High Mrs. Jake Brown Gives Domino

I School. I pariy.\\

A very delightful and informal
.. -, ,
The regular meeting of tb Agath-1 was the one at which Mrs. TflAKLI

eridon society was held Friday after-
Brown entertained on Friday after- ;
noon, February 2. After the minutesof
I noon for her mother, Mrs. Levy, of
the proceeding meeting had been I I
Omaha, Nebraska, who Is spendingthe
Rrafol read and approved, the following pro i
winter with her daughter.
gramme was very successfully ren- I
Mrs. Brown's pretty little home was
dered, having for Its subject "Shakes-
attractively arranged for this party i I
peare. 11
and the floral decorations consisted of
SongSchool.Sketch .
numerous vases of carnations androses. I
of His LltelnezRoss.Essay"Mldsummer .
Powder .
Baking Night's Dream.-
Those Invited to Mrs. Brown's to 4f4
Geneieve Smith.Recitation"From.
meet Mrs. Levy, were Mrs. N. I. Gott- ,
the Above Named
lieb, Mrs. Charles Peyser, Mrs. Ber-
Play-Grace Glover. .
Absolutely nard Sellgman, of Columbus, Ga., Mrs. .
Story of Merchant of Venice-Edna
Maurice Strauss Mrs. C. L. Bitten-
Nelson. _
Pure Dialogue-"Portia and Narcissa"Evelyn ger Mrs. Charles Rhelnauer,. Mrs. ;"- '.,. ,' .: -,
Gus Rhelnauer and Miss Ger-
Liddon and Francis Chambers -(
trude Rhelnauer, of New York; Mrs. J. ... }
W. Pearson, Mrs. M. Fishel, Mrs. T; ,::, _
Made from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Story of. "As You Like It"-Annie .
Atkinson. Herman Benjamin, Mrs. S. Wolff, '

Mrs. Cohen, of Alabama, Mrs. Charles
'In baking powder Royal is the standard, the "Character of Rosalind"-Fay Crib- Mathews and Mrs R. G. ,Blake.. .
be tt. .
found the The afternoon was pleasantly spent 'EXCLUSIVE AGENCY
of by -
powder highest reputation ; Quotations from those three plays. r
playing progressive dominoes, Mrs.
United States Government tests of greatest Debate Resolved that Shylock
I Charles Peyser winning the prize, a AT
should have had his pound of flesh. '
beautiful HavUand cup and saucer.
strength and purity.
Affirmative-Alice Richardson Morris -

It renders the food more healthful and palat- Smith. The consolation prize was cut for by POSTOFF1GEDRUG ,
the and Mrs.
all guests was won by
Negative-Warner Smith, James I :
able and, is most economical in practical use. Taylor. I M.; Strauss. It was a very pretty bon :

Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to ,The judges decided In favor of. the bon dish.
After the games the tables were ( STORE. '
buy alum powders because they are "cheap.nYet negative. The paper was then read i cleared and a delightful lunch con-
and the critics made their reports, after -
some of the cheapest made powders are soldto sisting of devilled crabs, olives waf-
which, it being the regular time OCALA FLA.
ers, salted almonds Ice cream and ,
consumers ,at the'highest price. for the election of officers the fol-
cake was served by the hostess as-
should and think. Is it lowing were elected: President, Annie I
Housekeepers stop sisted by her young daughter, Miss .
Matthews; Vice-President, Sue Anderson I -
and take chances Helen Brown and Miss Annie Ma- -- .
the no
not to buy Royal ; Secretary, Annie Atkinson.

the powder whose goodness and honesty are never Sargeants at Arms-Luclle Stand- thews. ..
The afternoon with Mrs. Brown was

questioned ? ley and Mary Burford. There beingno one of great pleasure and enjoymentand MONEY TO LOANTo .
further business the society ad-
was one of the most' enjoyable I
Is it economy to spoil your digestion by an journed to meet again February 9th. small parties of this season. I '

other adultercd powder to The following is the programme for i '
alum-phosphate or the next meeting. Every Customer, Based on Business and
The Event of the Season.
live a few pennies ? Subject, "Whlttler."
Song-School. In presenting "The Beggar Prince"this
Essay-"Whittier's Life"-Lou Me- 31
season it is with pleasure the
management offers one of last season'sgreatest MUNROE &' CHAMBLISS
r Recitation-Adele Bittlnger.
successes and the same great
---- -
r Recitation-Maggie. Lytle.F..ssay"WhItUer cast and chorus that-has caused it to BANKERS. -
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark are now
Local Editor. as a Poet"-Iary be the most highly patronized in recent Ocala Fla.Jan. 27 J906.
pleasantly domiciled in the Frank Gates. ,
years. The play has Just been -- -
Declamation-Warner Smith. c
Dorsey cottage. re-written replete with the latest pop-

KHFEK1NGS\ ABOUT TOWN. ._ '..1- Roll call with quotations.' ular songs, catchy musical numbers R
Mrs. B. W. Blonnt and one of her ', Debate-Resolved that slavery is
pretty dances and uproarious comedy

.r. W. B. Roberts, a prominent little sons are up from Tampa, spend- unjust.Affirmativelleryn situations. The stage settings are a 1 E.E C. Smith. C. V. Robert
Todd Lola Ray-
Itizen of Lynne, was doing business I ing a few days with Mrs. E. Van Hood. special feature, and with the large SMITH & ROBERTS.

ii Ocala Friday. II I' sor. cast of artists, soubrettes and come- ,

-- Mr. II. H. Baum was in Ocala Saturday Negative-Jean Teague, Emma Nel dians it is no doubt the show you must Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalrqers) 7
son. :
For S*! -1000 pounds aelect Eden on his way back to CrystalIlircr I see.

I Watermelon II M.s.. '. P. MooaUy, from a buaineas visit to Tam Pape-L3flaf, Will appear at the :Marion Opera
cWnesvllle. Fla. 2-2-lt. I IPe'rhaps LATEST METHODS. BEST GO GDS. WORK GUARANTEED. d
pa. House on Saturday evening February
Married in Several States.. I Telegraph orders receive prompt: attention. and embalming done anywhereon
Mr. W. II. Hall, of North, S. C., --4 -- r 10.

brother of Messrs. T. C. and R. S. Mr. E. I.. Ryan, of Jacksonville. -- short notice. _:",1b- #J
Mrs. Leona C. Thomas, of Pickens,
trainmaster of the Seaboard railway, Ex-Senator Wilkinson Call, of Jacksonville w
i11, Is spending a few days In Ocala.
-.- was among the visitors here on Sat- Mississippi, and Mr. Christopher S. was in Ocala Friday and dur- .v-J

CoL W. N. Camp arrived in Ocala I urday. White a prominent merchant of Un- ing all the time he was here was busy

Wdajr afternoon from Roanoke, Vir- ion town. Alabama.. were marrieda shaking hands with old friends. He I II I OCALAFt1RNURE CijMPANY
train, whiz-
ftala and Kill remain for a short visit The famous Buster Brown Blue few days ago on a says that Ortega the suburban city |

Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls sat zing along at the rate of a mile a minute of Jacksonville, that he is promoting, j .
in what I' ,
tl is not exactly
I -- -- --- --- ------- --
Mrs. George W. Watson, of Crystal.I tie Fair Store. x is going right ahead and in time will
.. state the couple were married and it
model of residence for
-- become a place
JUter. spent Friday'shopping and
all depends: on the duration of the ]Lidgerwood Hoisting Engines. Cableway Conveying De-
transacting other business in Ocala. Mrs. George McGahagin returned to persons of small means and who wish II

I her home at Dunnellon Saturday af- : marriage ceremony. It was perhaps to escape the excessive taxation that vices for Contractors, Pile-Driving, Bridge Building, Log- .,'

lire. McLeod. of, Atlanta, is theaset ternoon after a short visit. in Ocala begun in Mississippi and ended in Ala- usually go handy hand with large ging, Quarry and Mine Duty. Standard for Quality. -' _
I that the
of her sister, Mrs. T. E. Bridges. with relatives. I I bama. Notwithstanding municipalities. The Senator is wearing { and Duty. Over 24,000 In Use. ::
been twice
Mr*. McLeod is accompanied by her r young lady had already hk years well. !j

rklldren. Misses Hallie Zeigler and Mamie married her parents objected to her ,
Ir '0
Kinbrough, of Webster, are the guests f third matrimonial venture so the Court Martial At Brooksville. I "

The 0. K. Grocery is now installed of Sheriff and Mrs. Gordon at their couple adopted this novel method of Lieutenant John W. Graham and J ThE CAMERON & BERKLEY CO. ', _

Orange avenue home. '* showing the world that "love laughsat Joseph H. Bell returned home Satur- '
U 1U new quarters ou; Magnolia I CHARlE TON, S. C. :, <
the funny efforts of parental auth- day afternoon, from Broolcs\ille, where t '
street next door to Messrs. Mclver I ,?o ,
and Mackay. :Mr. George Dillard. of 3Iicanopy\\ ority." they were summoned to act on a court F. C. HOFFMAN ,
Flor-la Pion 20C. Hotel Ocala. Florra.r : .
Representative. Savv
father of Mrs. T.1.. Moore, of this martial which was held Friday.

Miss Sarah McCreeryvho taught city, spent Saturday in Ocala shak- The Burglars Write 'Us a Letter. ; Capt Kramer, of Leesburg was

Mkool at Galterville two winters ago, ing hands with old friends. president of the court martial and

The amateur burglars, who are -- _-- -----
went out to that place Friday 'JteVoon I Captain Layton, of Gainesville, was -- ;

*. to spend the week-end with Mr. and Mrs J. A. Walters went creating somewhat of a sensation in also present -

frtendH. down to Coleman Saturday afternoonto Ocala, seem chagrined as well as em- The young man up for court martialwas

spend a week visiting the families barrassed in finding so many pocket named Ireland and his offense was SPECIAL NOTICE.

Dr. Eaton G. Lindner, Anthony, of Mrs. Walter's, brothers Messrs. T. books and no money at the home of absence from the state encampment

pent Friday In Ocala and attended II., and X. J. AVicker. the editor of this paper, but they expect without excuse.

be weekly! Friday night dance at the ,..- to visit us later with the hope of The sentence of the court martial vc 5vc 555

Armory left Saturday. I Miss Ella Fisher, of Shamokin, being better rewarded. We receivedthe has not yet been given out as the .

-- I Pennsylvania, who has been the attractive following note through the post- court martial will be continued in a Read This Carefully.In .

Mr. Robert Sinclair who for some guest of Mrs. E. C. Welsh at office at noon Saturday: few days. c

months has been in Panama has leftlkete Cornell for the past month left Mon- "Hon. F. Harris. I answer to numerous inquiries I desire to have it known to m

and Is now located at Miami. Mr. day for her northern home. You are meaner than the preachers. The Chess Club Enjoys Pleasant I desire tc: state to my friends and friends and acquaintances that

!'1IIc1&lr Is still in the employ of the -- 2 pocket books and no money. Look Evening. business acquaintances throughout have no connection with or interest
a the south, that I have no interest in the Ludden & Bates Southin
Mr. Ben Rheina uer has gone to New .
government, out later. | -
in, or connection with the Ludden Music House, established by
-- ---- York to spend several weeks buyinga Bursters. ; Hon. W. K. Zewadski proved him- & Bates Southern Music House, Wm. Ludden and myself in 1870.

Rev. F .R. Bridges and family, of [ beautiful stock of spring and summer self a very clever and Ideal host which was established by me and Mr. Ludden"an:i myself and Jas-

Ola spent several days with the goods for the firm of Rhelnauer Four young men stopping at .the last night when he entertained the J. A. Bates about thirty-flve years persen Smith, many years associated -
I am now interested largely with us, interested
1 are now
& Company.The Ocala House got into a difficulty about who belong to the chess ago. '
family of
Mr. T. II. Wicker, at Coleman and solely in the LUDDEN & SMITH in the LUDDES-CAID- ELL-SMIdl
last week. three o'clock :Saturday morning and club. Those who participated in this Music COMPANY, and in the LUD- Co., of Jacksonville, Fla. So far

city board of health has passeda one of them was seriously cut with a Interesting game Were Dr. W. C. DEN-OAMPB -SlliTnCo..ofJack- I am aware not a single individual -

Edwin Spencer went out to Gaiter- resolution requiring that all dogs knife He cried, "murder, murder" i I Lindsay, Rev. C. .C. Carroll, Dr. J. E. sonville, Fla., who continue the who helped to make the Ludden

hue Friday afternoon to spend a few running on ,the streets be muzzled. quite vociferously and soiled for,the Chace, Messrs. N. L Gottlieb, E. W. same policies and business: dealings & Bates name so well known f
which built up for us the largest throughout the South is now connected -
days hunting with .several of his Violators of this resolution are liable police. Policemen'responded to the Davis, R. A. Burfnrd- \V. K. Zewadski music business in the South. with the same:

young friends. to be fined. I call, arrested the parties and placed and Osco Zewadski. I \VY. LUDDEX. J. A. BATBS.-

_"'; ,' I two of them In jail. The young man, For two hours chess was played and
Miss Nellie Anderson has returned Miss Sue Anderson dancing school who was so badly cut, made his escape then a splendid supper was enjoyed.The We print the apove letter in order to correct certain

fc>>me from Miami, where she spenta continues to be very popular and on I during the absence of the police- meetings of the Ocala Chess misleading impressions which are being made among our' ',
friends and customers. We believe that most buyers -
fortnight very pleasantly with her Saturday afternoon large crowds of men and the other man gave a cash Club are always verypleasant and the many
I wish to deal with the people whose policies and methods
later, Mrs J. II. Strunk. young people assemble at the Armory : bond. The two men who were incar- meeting with Mr Zewadskl was\ one .
them the greatest reputation ever accorded
j I to enjoy the dancing for a short while cerated were fined $50 and costs,.which : of unusual pleasure and enjoyment. gave any
piano dealers in the south.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucius W. Hubbell, of and It Is a very delightful way of they paid and the one who gave a i
All who wish to deal with W. Ludden, J. ,A. Bates,, A.
Springfield, Missouri, are spending a I I spending the time. The Armory on cash bond, forfeited the same. The Mrs. C. E. Powell left Saturday for 5
B. Campbell, Jaspersen Smith, remember they are associat- .
few days In Ocala and are stopping- Saturday afternoons for several men were all strangers and gave fia- Daytona to join Mr. Powell at that in 5
a the Montezuma Hotel.. Mr.. Hubbell months past has been the pleasant titous names. This difficulty createda place for a week or two. She will

U buying up old Soldier's claims.. gathering place for the young people. good deal of excitement and talk on leave her little sons in Ocala with her '

9 -- the streets Saturday. I | mother, Mrs. R. D. Thompson during Ludden/Campbell CO., i.

Mr Albert Davis, of Jacksonville, Are You Restless at Night? a 1! her absence. Mrs. Powell was accompanied :;

sPent Friday with friends and relatives Mr. Ernest McLln of the Marion ,t by Miss Sara Whitfield, T ,
And harassed by a bad cough? Use I PIANOS R eAS MUSICAl MERCHANDISE.
J In Ocala. Mr. Davis la a nephew Ballard'-Horehound Syrup, It will secure Farms, has returned home from a bus- 1 who will sing during the two, week's I ,

of afro G. T aughs and formerly you a sound sleep and effect a iness visit to S..his former home at Tallanassee. 't meeting that Mr Powell is conducting I IS WerttlXajr St. Phone SID Jacksonville, Fla. I
prompt and radical cure. Sold by all "
made "
his home here. druggists. m .. at Daytona. k


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FOR Toast for the Farmers. Boring for Oil in Middle Florida. I LIBERTY. '

II.I.- I What man Is there so bold that he ,
Up Tor the captive ; old farmers' toast not unj I A dispatch from Bainbridge. Ga., of
_: The realm of chivalryTht j I should 'say j ,
long unto !t printed on English drink- _' January 31, says: I ?Thus and thus only would I have
Has bowed the abject 4--:
4; Let .0ighty" prayer. go in bygone days, has been "Rey. Jr D. Bush, of New York City, the sea?" ,
For, whether lying calm and beautiful
:. Ana That glad loosed in Jesus shall be I from oblivion by Har- _representing a Northern syndicate, :j I Clasping the earth in love, or throwIng ,
: back
: .
: The broad bright: l was in Bainbridge Monday attending The smile of heaven from waves of
wealthy and great I II
Up. for the soil of I splendor and statf j i to some legal matters. He has the amethyst freshened by the busy,
Or whether
The clime of many i them not. I declare it oversight of a force of hands, that is
.IL 'Whose inHft'l! to sin's own lamb winds J
boring for oil just over the line in It bears the trade: and navies of the :
.: Seldom to Heaven's and nazn
V-; Send supplication forth.U'nat f my own fleece and wear It. Florida. This company has also recently world -
: To end of use or stern activity:
I have i
lawns bowers IiTh-I
; pitaeauy be closed a deal for 8,000 acres of Or whether, lashed by ,tempests, it
I have flowers
:; To pratsr evangelic U. fruit ;
Is morning alarmer pine lands in Florida." gives way
The Noble Spaniss: t my
To elemental fury, howls and roars
jolly boys now, "Just over the Florida line" from wild lust
At all its rocky barriers, in
2: Whose Up. for Ingots the t.are her- life and speed success the plough.to the Bainbridge is not far from Tallahassee Of ruin drinks the blood of living

-. It in their golden ." % and it might not be a waste of And things strews its wrecks o'er leagues of
Forgotten be the .J
: time for some of our wide-awake real desolate shore,-
O. show her that her W. and children who PERMANENTLY CURES
Crosby Always it is the sea, and men ,bow
;._ Are pale her mines estate owner* to employ some expertto I
% visiting relatives at Bax- i down CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITISASTHMA -
: Scanned In the make a try for oil in this 'vicinity. Before Its vast and varied majestySo SORE HOARSENESS
Through which the for the past three weeks, ,
all in vain will timorous ones -
There Is no use in picturing whatan WHOOPING COUGH AND CROUP

: Up, lor her generous home.__. oil find would mean to Tallahassee.The To essay set the metes and bounds of Lib DO NOT DELAYUntil
Sated with time that -
suggestion is thrown out for whatit erty,
Up. for her beauteous Post seems to have For freedom is its own eternal i law; the drain on your system produces permanent.disability. The human
& Eternity has claims; the 'right idea in discussing is worth.-Capital. It makes its own conditions, and in j breathing machinery is a wonderful system of tubes and cells. To have good
Learn that its joys .
And _-- storm health it must be kept in good order. A COLD is considered of no Impor-
.- Are for garniture the daughters, for Marshall Field's suc- An Interesting Letter. Or calm alike fulfills the unerringWill. tance yet if it was known by it's proper name of "throat Inflammation-

: And cavaliers of it says: "He_had something or"congestion of the lungs," its dangerous character would be appre-
Let not then despise it when it lies
and advertised it." us ciated. When a cold makes its appearance. use, at once Ballard's Horehound -
Still sleeping lion while a
as a
Up, for ye owe a "- The burglars operating in Ocala Sirup which will speedily overcome it. .
: And Spain tore the showed veil of is such a thing .as being too during the past week certainly must Of gnatlike evils hover round its WHOOPING COUGH and CROUP Require Prompt ,Action.! SNOW
:. proudly be amateurs or they would not visit head: LINIMENT applied to the throat and chest gives wonderful relief, whilealIard'5
light. an open winter, Custom It shakes the torch of terror, and its Horehound Syrup will rapidly stop the violent paroxysms of ,
let the Conqueror's the homes of the ministers or the edi
Be gloriously unfurled demand that a man should cry coughing. IT IS THE ONLY COUGH REMEDY THAT WILL I .
tors. If they were'proessiona13 they Shrills o'er the quaking earth, and
O'er her that long hat when he meets a penum- AND
: lain would know better where to find the in the flame
: An undiscovered .-Toledo Blade. Of riot and war. we see its awful BEST FOR CHILDREN
money. .. form
Up, for her nobles lie urst says, that-no gentle- The burglar that visited the home Rise by the scaffold, where the 'crimson Horehound Mrs. Maud Syrup Adams and Goldtawalta find It the BEST TeL writeshive medicine for croup wed coughs BaHart'i and -

In bjperstltlon bound; \ Twain' of'Dr. Lindsay left the- following let- axe cold My children use It ud it la pleasant to take and qulckljcuzta." :
Her serfs to ignorance r8o;.' Mark. says that Rings'dOwn' TOOVCS the knell of
:- Her princes ar swear, whether Dr.' ter, which was found by him Friday. shuddering kings. i SAFE AND SURE Three.Sizes, 25c, 50c, $LOO
in thine 0 Liberty
Proclaim a' jubilee! window. Forever eyes. '
the It wasn't
That mind be does, or not. It seems to be on very easy Shines that high light whereby the AAV V UMMV4ft'.Yamtt.bsdi Zui7 kttla Gunatet4
And peasant and '!!! turn. He certainly to read but, was finally deciphered as, world Is saved C
Ballard Snow Liniment Co. St. Louis .Ho.
Men taught to know "gas follows: "Dam Preachers anyway. And though thou slay us we will ,
run a engine nor em
trust IntheeJohn Hay.
By. Mr.s Annie E. Thanks though, for the. small favor -
tramp printer.
Ocala Banner. .. :
-- I had better 'luck at the doctors. So New Member Board of Control. SOLD.AND RECOMMENDED B -

What Philadelphia ; are according.. to the census, long.c Good luck to you." ALL DRUGGISTS.

Like Other !; 61,000,000; cQws.'in.. this coun- This Interesting epistle was exhibited -, Governor Br ward has 'appointed '' -
One of the greatest s Florida, fairly.' gets start- en Friday to quite a number of Hon. Randolph Pope of Madison -

eity ,was the prod ; e business these figures ,will people. This burglar certainly had his a member of the State Board of -

says. the Philadelphia up- one' or two notches.' nerve 'with 'him. Control to fill the vacancy made by {

: acters are cleverly int .- the recent resignation of Hon. Nathaniel '

story developed which: Addle. Hansbrough, after. The burglar who visited the home 'Adams.

S er: by each .succeeding ,a' ',few. days -:..at :Leesburg,' of the editor of this paper got twopocket After Mr. Adam's resignation Governor .

Some of the .: cousin: Mrs Efird,' returned books and ninety cents in Broward appointed Hon. "W. Y.

of the play are "Love : Friday 'afternoon and is I money. He must have felt embarrass. Sandlin of Jasper but be declined to -

: bought or sold. it's only guest of her sister Mrs.; ed. serve, land the 'position has remained
"A Woman's silence Hocker. vacant until filled :yesterday by Mr! er

; _ Fine Offices. ; t -
yes. "A, man can Pope's appointment. Tallahassee .f -

but only one father." Sexton and children Capital. "- ":

- The play is a I Sexton's brother Mr. B:' The Marion Farms," who recently ;. One and Two-horse Hay Presses ; .::

written about the wentout to. Cotton Plant became. the'owners of the J. R Mar- Had Paralytic Stroke.

Transmission and : fora w'day's visit tin & Company's livery stables. are : :

hypnotism and Mental father, Mr. Hat Barnett converting,., the store' formerly occupied Mr. II. A. Lanier, a worthy and Tedders, I ,

:The most interesting by Mrs. Bostick as a millinery highly respected citizen of the BUtch- r

- is during the: last act : Ernest ne Brooks- Martel, establishment into beautiful offices. ton neighborhood was seized with, a Mowers :
S Rakes
- the trial scene the Inez Ross and Ethel Tur- There will be a 'main office in"which paralytic stroke 'late Friday after ,

: notized and made to three' popular stu the principal business of the company noon while In Dr. BUtch's store. He 1 ,

mine the murder as the Ocala High School, went will be conducted, and private office was take nto' Dr. Blitch's residenceand Knife Grinders :

-' the first act, and after Triday afternoon to remain for: the manager of_ the stable, Mr. J. when last heard from was in a I ,

; convinced himself tries with their parents. R. Martin, and a suite of offices for precarious condition.

the window, but is Messrs. R. S. Hall and still anotherfor ; I A Complete Stock of Repairs
by lightning from a C. Stein of Pittsburg. Pa., Mr. >S. A. Rawls. These offices Did He Get Them?

then raging out doors. the '\\:inter in Ocala. will be fitted up very elegantly with "Why don't you go to work?" saida Both Deering and McCormick.

whole Is one of the to Eustis Friday afternoon electric lights, electric fans and other charitable lady to a tramp, before

dramas ever presented after his pretty little orange modern conveniences. whom she placed a nicely cooked meaL -

and the audience I I that place. Mr. Stein will "I would." replied the vagrant "ifI

moth theatre to I I Ocala in a few days. I Traveling Men Favor Smith for Gov had the tools." MARION H0RDW0RE COMPANY

S'A I ernor. "What sort of tools do you want?"

: Suggestive a very pleasant call_ F'ri- asked the hostess.
I Trom lfr. H. M. Mosely. Ocala. Fla. Feb. 2.-WhilA stoppingin 'A knife and fork" said the tramp. Ur.

Dost thou love life? ), S. C., who is a guest Ocala. Fla.. at the Montezuma ho- Taller
squander time, for
life is made of.- I House. Mr. Mosely owns tel we took a vote on the coming gov -

I round timber lands in ernor's election for Georgia, and Heie is the pithiest sermon ever ) 'j' L

: More is being" done. : )' and is here on. a prospect found out of 13 traveling men S of preached: "Our ingress Into life* is

than we"are: aware of. them were from Georgia, all for Hoke naked*and bare, our progress through t

: dreds working for its I Smith; 2 from South Carolina for life.Is trouble and care, 'our egress.out

,.;. :tng ways' that we Kellar. of Crystal Rh- Hoke Smith, 3 from Florida. All say of it we know not. where; but, doing \
well as many that we has been visiting her sister, Hoke Smith will
win. Clark Howell well here, we shall do well there. I '
as Christians work with Hurt in Jacksonville, ain't in it. We are tired of ring rule. could not tell more by preaching a r I kte'k ) \ -

hasten the day \\lien to Ocala lYidav afternoon Hurrah for Hoke Smith. C. E. Davis, year." / 5-\

: Peace wil reign the guest of Mrs.; Walter Representing International HarvesterCo. 'I

when the nations of '!I She returned home. Monday .. 111 South Forsyth street, Atlanta. The meeting of the sea island cot- (
tjk :1
.: have become the ) I Atlanta. Journal. ton growers in Valdosta on the 8th 4E1 :
and of His Christ. I
I I I of February is going to be the great-

; The new order is : D. Turnley and children, Marion's Portion of the School Fund. est gathering of the kind wet have had. I

it is in your, < been the guests of Mrs. .. 4 representing all parts of the sea Island -
the secret of the heart mother, Mrs. Fannie
: II. State Superintendent of public instruction belt of Georgia and Florida. It

will be the exultant cry the Christmas holidays, W. M. Hollow ay, has made would be well if Valdosta would arrange

today It Is the light of afternoon for Dade City, a the annual apportionment of the interest some entertainment for. these" 4 1r

:- morrow it will be the >)' will make their home, Mr. on the state school fund. The dfoIE'gates.--Yaldosta Times. I
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splendor which will having accepted the call to entire amount appropriated Is $31- I

warm vivify and ... I church at that place. 184.37, rate per pupil 40 cents and of Captain Van Shaick, who was in

nations. I this amount Marion county gets $1- command of the ill-starred excursion .

"Hate's last note of S. Cummings, of Rodman, 686.40 her steamer Slocum 'p { "
attendance when /Jl
In all GOd'S' world : her nieces, the Mlssesa AikI 4,216. average New York harbor she was burnedin I' 'Ut')\ 1" -
In the conquest which f with a frightfulloss

In the victory which' 'I I Wednesday and Thursday of life, has been sentenced to tenyears'

with Mrs. Cumming's bro- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Perkins and Imprisonment The cataStrophe FOUR.SAILINGS

I j J. M. Bryan, of that place, Miss Ada Perkins of Providence R. occurred more than EACH WEEK
"The greatest lesson year anda {
thern and central ).' )' in Ocala with the Misses I., are recent arrivals at the Ro'al.. half ago, and this is the first COn- .

; Mrs. S\\artz. They left Palm hotel at Fort Myers, and will I viction growing out of the horrible BETWEEJaclsonville
learning to grow a Y\ af
; on the one o'clock train ofr be at that city for the balance of the fair. -

and Tomatoes, not depend and JrUh entirely i> 1 I I i i' winter. They will probably make a and New York :

ij short visit to Ocala on their way The mad dog excitement
ten n arI3.as good pay : j Mrs. F. W. Kunzie have home. Ocala. continuesin

while peaches, I -' Mjers to spend a few I -.. 9 Friday and Several dogs were shot Calling at Charleston, S. a, both ways. II
vegetables are I several Saturday and THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS THE COASTWISE SSSVICE.
j I Mis. Kuhzie's parents, W. B. Camp, the well-known architect quite a number of persons
ble crops. The Florida II lr5. John Trantham. From has that report THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND
not only learned that I prepared a handsome set of vicious looking animals have SOUTHERN LINES
will go to Havana and oth plans for the proposed DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN"
corn potatoes. rice I I new Courthouse snapped at them and have behaved in -
Cuba to enjoy a few weeks at Ocala.
Mr. Camp will sub- an unusual manner. The S -
bacco-cassava (a plaiTt! I I dogs and -
and excellent for stock I and recreation. I i i mit the plans in person on February the burglars are too many for Ocala Jacksonville and Boston and Providence

7 to the County Commissioners of at one time. all Eastern Points.
falfa clover, pecans, S tllll1g: at CiiarlMon Both h.
I Ways.SEI
evening the subject will be: i Marion County.-Times-Union. I w
-" mKL S A I fJ I X G S
pears, iwultry. cattle i I From Good frees." |I Sothb und....................... ......... .
: There are business firms in ... ...........,................From Lewis' 'W uf Bstc
He has learned that !( Ocaia orthbcund ................:... ,
I' the best of music for lov- .j Mr. W. E. McGahaginwho Is clerking -some of them very large oneswhohave ................. From foot of Catherine Street, Jak'cunl
is good profit in the '
things. Besides that, I I a word of cheer to those ;i,' in the store of H. E. Heitman has been doing business here twenty Clyde St. Johns River Line. -
I B. Duncan, of the Atlantic |
brought his wife and daughter here years or
more, and
himself independent and I I :yet this paper has Between Jacksonville and Sanford
. returned home Saturday II from Ocala, and have moved into -
I : one never seen the color Stcig a.t Palatka Astor
their St. Francis
to have plenty, even from money. :Eeresfsri ( leLaad ) and Isier&eftU ve
short business visit
a of '
Dr. Hartman's cottages on Second Yet it has \J
sional freeze destroy hi done a heap for the city Landings on St* Johns Siver. l l
pineapple crop."bermuda '-,-- street-Fort Myers Press. and a heap for them. We hope this Steamers City of Jacksonville and Fre.'k DeBarry 1

year they will reform and are appointed to Sail al fOllows: Leave Jacksonville .
and alfalfa ,do better. ,
A. Cress has sold his shoe James F. Prevatt, superintendent of The Returning.leave Sanford.dally ezcept Saturda ys.. n''s
colpr of except$uuc1aYI at
other 9:30 a. III.
been successfully Magnolia street and his the county poor farm at Titusville, looks people's money Always -_. J, .

poultry do well. ,The the country and will move I while trying to drive across the rail- good to us. South-Bound I" ,
chickens and eggs Is \' Read Down SCHEDULE K'orth-BounJ e
j ), his old home. Mr. road track was struck by a train Friday Two ministers of Read up
the vast Chaldean ----
account been a good citizen and
we afternoon
and ..
killed.His church of Babj'Ionia, i Leave 3 30 p. m. .._ .._ --
are _.
about spending -- _
Jacksonville e
Only a .
visitors. .
I much to lose him and wish _____
horse was also killed and his i" 8 45 P. m. _. __ Arrive i oo a. m
wagon few days in Ocala. .. --- --" Palalka __..._ ...._.........
and poultry are success' wherever he They are here so- .. 3 00 a. m. _.__. ._.., ? _._ Leave S oo p. 1
eggs shall -
torn .
to pieces. ----- Astor .._..______ ..
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liciting funds 4 30 a. m. ..:_._ .
for 3 JO 2-
their church. --- .bt. Francis,___.
__ he
local market. They _........_. a oo p.. .
have letters from" their Arrive 8 30 a. rn. -_.-.-.._--- BeresfordJ LaDd ) ------.... .. *
4'--- governmentand .. _.......__ lOOp t
Mr. Safiford ....__.. .
J. P. Holly, of Electra, was 10 oo a.. m. -: __... .. I 30 ..at
The Best are to lose the are very interesting talkers. IGZALPtffi-- Enterpnse_. _-;. _'" ...... 4' 10 00 L u _
business In Ocala Satur- ... ? ICCIP1E,122 -
privilege" as well as free ... BEST :BAt sri, JAOXSONVILtE -
- When want a day and was a calfer at this office Adjutant ?. M. IRONMOGlg "
you 1&,
- free seeds some of General J. Clifford R. W.G. GeD' Pa.ij,,Agent, 122 Wast Bay
mild and gentle easy to I them I renewing his subscription COOPER 3g. Freight Agent Jacksonville,Fla.
to -
tain to act always use to despair pf democratic Banner. Mr the Ocala Foster has_ returned from Washington, AC.. HAGERTV r .TV'J Hogan' street,J Jacksonville Fla. ap'WvliU'. : Superintendent, ft
and Liver .;...Holly. was accompanied where J Pass. Agt. New York
Stomach he attended CLYDE
the MILNE,Ceo' K. y.
-Tampa Tribune. by his meeting of the THEO G. EGER General Fr'!.Agl. .
by all druggists young son. National Guards' Association.! Manager. WM. P. CLYDE & CO,General Agent -

t .:;, 4 Chesbrough- Building, 19 State Stree. ew York. S

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"l"het"\aper Of the People, for the People and by the People/5 :;


SARA A QUIET WEDDING. In the U. S. Court Wednesday. I The Knights of Columbus. Before Judge Bell.
Local Editor. r -
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Mr. Tigner and ,Miss Bachelder Unitedin Indictments were returned against The Knights of Columbus nearly A case was tried before Judge Jo-
,IPEH1NGS ABOUT TOWN Marriage. Charles Washington for forging a sixty strong reached Ocala, at noon seph H. Bell Wednesday which was f RING '

postal order; John Cabarris and Poul Wednesday especial interest to the citizens of ,!
having come from Palatka
At nine o'clock Wednesday Mosely for selling liquor Without a Bellevlew; one of our suburban vil-
Jr. Carl Schneider was up from night Mr. Oscar C. Tigner license. George McGhee and Henry to Silver Springs by way of the Ock- lages.

nnellon Wednesday. and Miss Edith Bachelder, both White for breaking into post offices; lawaha river. They had a very delightful Mr. Robert L. Thompson was -d: ;
auction safe starts Sate of .this city, were quietly i Andrew Minchew for impersonating trip on the river and the charged with disturbing public worship We Have Now in Stock '; '
married at the home of the bride's i an officer and Raymond Edwards for. and the public sentiment j
17. springs and was
Jay, February were quite away .
I mother, Mrs Olive, Bachelder on .Exposition I I forging a postal order. with its rare beauties. Mr. Frank A. very much divided as to his guilt or the Most Complete Line of -

Sheriff Gordon returned home Wed- street. The marriage cere- Against Dexter Washington and Gross of innocence. He was tried before a jury
Buffalo New York, is in RINGS that Can Be -
-day: from Wllliston. mony was performed by Rev. L. W. Philip Jones committed for selling charge of the party, which sailed from and was discharged. Mr. Raymond B. Found '

Moore, of the Methodist of liquor without. license no true' bills
church New York City' on the afternoon of Bullock defended Mr. Thompson and Anywhere "
Minnie A. Bostick is, we re- which both these were found. I ;
young people are February second on the Apache. :Major Izlar was the prosecuting at-
t to learn. on the sick list members and prominent workers. On- Charles Washington entered a plea I torney. A Call ;
:Mr. Gross is president of the Interstate large number of the citizens and See Them.

ly several of the relatives and intimate of, guilty and was sentenced to jail Tours Club which is composed of Belleview were present as

Pittman's auction sale starts Sat- friends witnessed the pretty for eleven months. Term expired on witnesses.I. .
17.It solely of members of the Knights of
day, February
ceremony.: day of triaLAndrew Columbus, a Catholic organization.This M. Harnage, of Suwanee countywas '

Harvey ,L. Hutchinson. pf The petite bride wore a prettily Minchew, George McGhee tour Is styled the, "Dreamlandtrip arrested Wednesday and tried before WEIMF =.

jnesville, was here Wednesday. fashioned dress of pAle gray crepe Raymond Edwards an' Paul Mosely to Florida and .Cuba," and con- Judge Bell for carrying con- ,

cloth, with garniture of lace, and were tried and found guilty. cealed
tinues until the twenty-eighth Of Feb- weapons. lIe was declared .

onductor R. E. Eaton of Lake- looked exceedingly lovely. The groom Judge Barman continues tQ win ruary. n: guilty and sentenced to pay $100 and .

wore a' suit of black and the laurels for the manner in which he
ad, was in Ocala Wednesda.y young The. party drove in from Silver costs.
--- couple were very happy when they conducts his court. He tries to get Springs in carriages and teams under Burley Roberts and R. Everett were >

ittman' auction sale starts Sat. said their marriage vows. Afterwardsa to' the very bottom facts of things. If the direction of Mr. John R. Martin, tried. before Justice Sumter A., Bul- ,

day, February 17. wedding was served and the he believes a prisoner before, him is lock '
supper of the Marion Farms stables. They Wednesday the charge of assault Fred G. B. '
I innocent however friendless and des- ;
bride and were congratulated .
gro/ftn dined at the Ocala House and battery. The jury returned -
and J. B. Bor- and spent :
essrs. :U..A.. Rice
I titute .he is, Judge Boarman is determined -
best wishes
Citra in Ocala Wed- expressed. I the few hours that they were in Ocala a verdict of "not guilty and the TIe Jeweler
represented. I Mr. Tigner for the past two years j jI that he shall not be. found very pleasantly. They left on the'afternoon prisoners were discharged. ,.

y. I has been with the Chambers Shoe I guilty and if he is too poor to employ Atlantic -- L ; '
Coast Line train for Jr
-- counsel and acts as counsel for him and
Company but is head of the shoe
now Sick Headache.
:Joph of Tampa, Is the Tampa to spend a few days and from
Ir. Guy <
department at H. B. Master's. lie sifts the case to the end. He holds, ---
lest of his father Mr. A. R Topha came to Ocala from Macon and has and we applaud him for it, that it is there will proceed to Havana. This distressing ailment resultsa The Times-Union is having trouble ..-.
Enroute hqme they will visit the disordered condition of
the stomach.
few days.r. the of the court to the of its It Is '
made friends his resi- duty protect own. going through the
many East Coast resorts. that is needed to effect a cure is a doseor
dence here., Mrs. Tigner Is the sec- innocent the friendless and the des- two of Chamberlain's Stomach and mill that we passed through for almost -
R. J. Knight of Crystal River In the party were dtlzens of Louisville Liver Tablets. In fact the attack
ond daughter of Mrs. Olive Bachelderand titute. six months on "a stretch. We.haven't ,
among the turpentine operators Ky. Buffalo and Rochester, Cro- may be warded off or, greatly lessened -
Is a young girl of many lovely ton-on-Hudson Elmira New In severity, by taking a dose of exactly had a strike but have
|re Wednesday. traits of and character.We The Approaching Marriage of .Miss : York these tablets as soon as the first had printers who simply played quitson
1 person Roosevelt and M,.., Longworth. City and Syracuse, N. T.:, Philadel- symptom of an attack appears. Sold
I Join with the other friends of by all druggists. us without note or warning.CAPITAL .
Sat- m
Pittman' auction sale starts phia pittsburg.- and Cresson Penn.,

Hay, February 17.. the bride and groom"in wishing thema Westfield Brookline Springfield and .
In Philadelphia a few nights: ago .
life of For the
happiness. present
Boston Mass., Asbury Park N. J. -
before three hundred guests at a din-
and Miss Della
Capt.V.. E. Fosnot.
Mr. and Mrs. Tigner will make their
Howick Station, P O.. Wheeling West
snot returned to East Lake Weir home with Mrs. Bachelder. air Congressman Longworth in the .
Virginia; MilwaukeeWis..; Cincinnati .
ednesday afternooa. -- presence of Miss Roosevelt called her $50,000.00President
the Sun of his life and said that from and Dayton .Ohio: and Prescott
Plans Adopted for New Court House. .-" ...
JMr. H. E. Partridge Jr. of Jackson- The board of county commissionersand where he stood he could see the sun in Ontario. T. T. Munroe.VicePresident ; -'::-.,.,: __,"," .

jlle, bu.?:been spending the past sev- advisory committee finished their whose reflected radiance he had a The following. the complete rosier Z. C. C'1ambUss.I .

of the party: Mrs J, P. Mackay, .
fal days In Ocala. labors Wednesday hi ht and adoptedthe momentary prominence.All ? Cashier, J. B. Brooks.CENTRAL -
the nation Is deeply interestedin Miss Masterson, Mr.s Susan Stiger, I
design for a new court house submitted -
jMr. D. A. !Miller of Lynne is spend- by Mr. Walter Chamberlain of the marriage of the President's Mrs. Susan' Flynn, Master Rockefeller / C

\\Z a few days the guest of his parts Birmingham. Ala. daughter and Mr. Longworth, which Daniel Sheehan, E. J. Mahon.

at their home on Ft. King ave- takes place at the White. House on Miss Clara Wlngerter Miss Mary .
The vote was unanimous.The
Gross, Win. Franklin, Frank A. ,Gross,
Ie., commissioners and committeehad the seventeenth of February.For NATIONAL BANK
several -:5Iiss Roosevelthas Jos. ,J. Brenk, H. M. O'Xeill E. F. De- ,
a number of elegant designs to }ea .
|Mr. and Sam Davis and- nter- been the most talked of most pop- laney, Rev. Father Mulvihill, Rev. W. OF OCALA '
select from and we take It that the ..
[ting little child of Juliette haven ular and most feted girl In the world D. Hickey Rev. Chas. Hickey Rev. 3
one selected is the best-so it must
among hte visitors in Ocala this and as Mrs. Nicholas Longworth she John Hickey, Rev. Chas. Hahne M.
be excellent indeed.
ek.Mr.. T. O'Brien, Jos. B. Murphy, Mrs. L.
commissioners will be the mistress of a home whose DIRECTORS. '
We congratulate the ,,
Behringer, Miss Cora Behringer,. Mrs. .
hospitalities will keep the PresiJent'sdaughter
the committee and the citizens of the -
John Lewis of Moss Bluff E. Courtny Miss Stella Courtney J.
[ T. a county. quite as prominently in the J. K. Christian. R. S. Hall

_ >,mber of the citizen's advisory como, public as bhe has been at F. Sheedy Mrs. J. F. Sheedy, Thos.
- eye anytime
r We shall give a cut of the design s Geo. Mackay T. T. Munroe y
ittee was in the city Tuesday and and full description of: thebuilding since she made her first formalbow English :Mrs. Thos. English, A. Schu- II. A. Ford Z. C. ChamblUs.
ler Mrs. A. Schuler, Mrs L. Ohligsch-
feJwsday, to three
as soon as Mr. Chamberlain can fur- society just years ago.
and his lager, Geo. Strauss Mrs. Geo. Strauss,
Representative Longworth
nish us with the same.A I ,
Jr Don C. McMullen, of Tampa, bride-to-be have planned this all out M. J. McMahon, Mrs. M. J. McMahon, ,III

.t Mr. Will Hill of Gainesville were Handsome Automobile. in arranging their prayram for the Frank X Argus Brs. ,Frank";: .- Ar-

Ocala Wednesday on professional gus, Mrs. C. F. Buck Master Buck,
A handsome Winton touring car future. Both have hosts of personal, :
Wm. Sc'hoptfrs: Win.: John 0-,0-0-0 -O-Q-0-0-0-0-0-.O o0-
islnes before the U. S. Court. Schopf, -
was seen in Ocala Wednesday and friends and are fond of entertaining, -
Kieitner Mrs. John Kreitner J. I I. 'cason.
-- created many favorable comments. The and the future Mrs. Longworth bids Now Open For The .
(Mr. Alexander Stevens a prominent Howe,, Mrs. J. Henry Howe J. Rauber 0 I
fair to rival her
car was owned by Messrs. F. H. andA. stepmother as an energetic Ic "
fang mill man of Jacksonville,. hasn Mrs. J, Rauber, Mrs. Odenbach Master '
P. Gibson of Boston. Mass., who hostess. .
pending the past several days are touring Florida. They came to Moreover, )UI'iSlite is to assume Howe Owen Smith, Mrs. Owen Smith 0 THE CAlA HOUSE !I
and around Ocala. Mies! ; Nellie Doherty Miss Rose Fe- Ic
Ocala from Gainesville and go south this new role almost immediately after I ,
gan Mrs. Sadie F. Rogers Miss Rog-
from here. They are having a great her marriage. The White House. o I Ii
I -If. M. .'. Simmons of Kansas City, ers, Rev. Dr. Krenan, :\[. T. Donough. OCALA, FLORIDA. II
trip antI are enjoying Florida to the belle and her fiance long ago decided I ...
t I e
[LIs at the Ocala House. Mr. Sim- !
that they would portppne their formal I
[ns U Interested in phosphate min- limit. ---- wedding journal until next summer, Luckiest Man in Arkansas."I 0 Large, Airy, Well Furnished Sleeping Room I II tI

at Ray City In South Florida. White I S C .
Mrf William Harriss was a when they expect: to visit London and am the luckiest man In Arkansas Tables Supplied with Everything in Season. .

visitor to Ocala on Wednesday. A all the' i 'mciiial cities of Europe. Accordingly ," writes H. R. Stanley, of Bruno,' I II
j Mr. J, C. Stein has returned to "since the restoration of my wife's 0I Splendid Drives-Only five miles from the famous Silver Sptin-i4
number of years ago Mr. Harriss made the bridal tour immediately health after five years of continuous I 0o
; ala from a visit to his orange grove I Easily accessible from all of the state
, his home In this city and was the 'bus- following the wedding will be of onlya coughing and bleeding from the lungs: ; parts I II
Eustis He reports that his grove and I owe my good fortune to the .
iness manager of the New Capitol. few days' duration and the end of world's I .
greatest medicine. King's
in full blossom and Is certainly a
i, I From here Mr. Harriss went to thfe month of February will probablyfind New Discovery for Consumption, RATES: 75c. to $1.50 per day
: !"ng of beauty and a Joy-forever. which I know from experience will I II
j I Gainesville and for several years lived the: young people' back in Wash- cure consumption if taken in time. My I I Weekly Rates, American Plan on Application.

Mr. IJ. Frank Hampton.{formerlY of Wilmington, N. C., where he was in ington 'duly installed under their own wife improved with first bottle and" o Write for Descriptive Pamphlt. "1 1I
I twelve bottles completed the cure.
' he Is
service but now roof.
Inmllle. but who Is now in the real the railroad Cures the worst coughs and coldsor I 0
'ale. business In Jacksonville has travelling and makes his homey at Representative Longworth has been money refunded. At Tydings & D. C. EDWARD,, Prop. C. M. WHITESIDE, Manager

N. C. Mrs Harriss Is busy for months fitting Co.'s druggists, SOc. and $1.00. Trial o Ie
: -n a visitor to Ocala during the Charlotte past up a 00 0 0 eo0 0 00 -
I kettle free. 0 0 0 0 0 0 -
ek. spending the winter in Jacksonvillewith home for his bride, and the mansion I

, -- her sister, Mrs. Carl B. Van De- stands ready today complete in all its .
-- -- -
Mr. and Mrs. Christian .Ax. baby man. She is a very charming and appointments, awaiting the coming of -' -- -- ---- -- -

4 maid of Baltimore, who spendIr handsome woman and is being showered its new mistress. Mr. Longworth says I

, winters at the Meadows, in this with social attentions. Mrs. Har that he is a fortunate* man and that

': untjr, spent several days at the riss is remembered in Ocala as Miss he knows it. We MustHaveRuom
, !
ala House this week. Mary Waldo. Miss Roosevelt is herself superin- :

.. tending her wedding and it will be avery

W of the most prominent visitors The Pearson Oil. S: Gas Companyhas simple but elegant affair.ItchRingworm. i

Ocala Wednesday was lion. Dan- held its first annual meeting and --- iI I .

Sheehan ex-mayor of Elmira. New have re-elected the same officers viz; ; I .

rk. of the Holder, president; D. S. ON ACCOUNT OF
He was a member Edward
E. T. Lucas Wlngo Ky., writes,
fights of Columbus party. Woodrow, Secretary and treasurer; April 25, 1902: "For 10 to 12 years I Y I

John W Pearson manager and superintendent had been afflicted with a malady .- THE DAILY ARRIVAL' .
known the "itch* the .
as itching was I
Mr. L. E. Dozier. who has a line of This company is continuing most unbearable; I had tried for yearsto .. !

atj "running from Silver Springs to its operations and is very find relief having tried all remediesI OF OUR BIG LINE OF .1
could hear of, besides a number of .
burg was in Ocala Wednesday much encouraged doctors. I wish to state that one sin-

d said that he had a party of thir- The matter of finding the oil has gle application of Ballard's Snow LinI- I '

- oft,. to take this wonderful trip to- long since been solved and the only ment cured me completely and perma- .
nently. Since then I have used" the
T. problem now is to get It separatedfrom liniment on two separate occasoinsfor

the water, and the company believes ring worm and it cured completely.: S Goods !
25c. 50c.- and $1.00. Sold by all drug. Early :
[Or.: Walter Hoo 2, Mrs. EVan. that this difficulty- will soon be gists. m : Spring
'od. Mrs W. A. Collier ,and baby solved. -

i l alas Marguerite Porter,, who /J_ Hon. Henry W. Long, of Martel, E ,

of _*. down to South Lake WelrTuesto Mrs. David S. Woodrow was the chairman of the board of county commissioners -

j "!: ipend several days returned hostess of the :Married Ladles Card and who has held many offices -

" 'lnt Wednesday. They cut their Club Wednesday afternoon and her of trust and prominence in Marion I '

:-: p', short on account of. the gloomy guests. greatly enjoyed the games of county, celebrated *his seventy- -' '. .-- .. WE ARE SELLING i

:: | ath tr. but greatly enjoyed their} whist and the other pleasures of the fifth birthday Saturday. The occasi n ,- OUR ENTIRE STOCK I
lye to of his birthday was a very pleasantone
\ and from the lake. afternoon.
'1'>..;. and his friends all over the state OF WINTER GOODS. I

tit: ;and Mrs. W. B. Johnson, of Miss Roberta Cooper, of Denmark. hope that he will enjoy many more ,I COsV.
ta. Ga, who have been vlsltr. S. C., who has been the guest of Mrs. such pleasant anniversaries.An I I .

,) and Mra. D. A. Clark at :Mar- A. L. Izlar for several weeks, has returned iV

l. left Wednesday afternoon for a"H home. :Miss Reed will be with Immigration Teaser.

to Southern; Florida. :Mr. John- Mrs. Izlar for some time longer. Kansas farmers have so much, corn

,'Sa the' president of the Clark; Ray, that they may be compelled to make ; THE BOSY'" STORE I I

Company at Martel ,and is a Mrs.' Annie Martin, of Gainesville, the surplus into whiskey. Reports like

." of prominence and wealth. Ga., arrived In Ocala Wednesday afternoon this .are calculated to cause a great 1 i

r.i \_ ;Clark accompanied them up to and is the guest of her daughter Influx of population into. Kansas.: -rAU i i '

Mrs. D. S, Woodrow. 1 lanta Journal. -!
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: T'ri E LCALABANNER) -- -V S GOOD ROADS. All Iun 00

l Wilson Endorses Governor
===- Secretary
& FRANK HARRIS, Editor. From the time our first parents were expelled from the Garden of Broward's.Scheme.. : V V But let us ask the good' Ocala Banner -
:- "What has all this to do with
P. '-Leavengood, Business Manager. Eden until now, man has build d better than He planned.In building roads in Marion county? We

find' Washington D. C, ..Jaow261906.. confess to no little admiration for The
., a little while after his disobedience we him domesticating a
and Its clever editor but at
Hon. N. B. B ward. Governor, Tallahassee Banner
the wild animals'of the forest and making them beasts of burden; he the same time must say we have seldom -;- JHISbso'ne
Florida. seen such nonsense in a reputable we hear ,On
then goes to the sea ,and it yields up its treasures to him;- he then .
V honor newspaper--'Pens
Dear Slr-I.ba\e the to acknowledge
turns his attention to the soil and it responds to his touch. I side. Unless
the receipt of your favor We are not, surprised that our esteemed :

It has been a long time since Cain offered up the products of the of January 16th with' inclosares" relat- contemporary should think It ;i: organic trouble! IEl

soil as a sacrifice, and yet, w'e find as marvellous things in horticultural ing to the .drainage of the Everglade to speak of the government
dition doubtless m
; can be
and agricultural experiments, today as when the soil yielded its first lands'ln your state." The information. aiding In the' construction of good .l I
; given'-in your letter and that contained -, i
I Your doctor is the besf
fruits to Adam's first born. I
in the two, pamphlets you inclosed roads because. It has not been the cus." I j

The achievements of Mr. Burbank along"horticultural lines read indicate that you have undertaken\ a torn for the government: to make ap-j I!! Do not dose yourself*'

almost like a fairy story and seem almost incredulous to those of us work which is of great magnitude and propriatlons in this direction.
j kinds of advertised rei
i who have witnessed the achievements of so many marvelous things will add immensely to the agricultural
It has. however, been the custom
V V Motto: The Banner, believing those the past few decades. S possibilities of the state If carried to j get his! opinion. 'More t1 !

..< the top well able to take ,care of successful completion.. I am niuch impressed i for the government to appropriate
V V V themselves, has taken its stand. in the ,It was not long before the fruit of the loom took the place of the !
V V with the statements which appear large sums of money tor the deepening yoifneed a concentrate
iarri'ades with the common people fig leaf and caves and windowless huts superceded by stone and
; were
V and its fight will be made for the bet to be well supported that and ; wideiyng of rivers, and the I II 'to enrich blood
I I I your
termcntofthoseMthebottom. marble palaces, with their facades and ornaments of splendor. muck..land; which it is proposed to reclaim j of
'I i I .improvement harbors, ansi because I
k We are led to these remarks by reading the debate now going on wil be a. valuable acquisition to the system.
.. I up
: -- --;; -==-==- ::::- it has been the custom we look ,upon 1
the area of sugar cane lands of he J V
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 190S, in Congress over what is known as the Statehood bill. S ofVwisdoth. I
It the
as perfection
V South. ,I, appreciate the Interest you ( .
For instance, Mr. Kahn, cf California, in a debate upon this sub- take in the agricultural development We- are governed j by custom. "Cus- Scott's Emulsj

V The Tampa Herald is posing. as ject quoted the ,remarks of some of our earlier statesmen on the admission of your' statealso the fact that tom is more<<: binding than law. ThereIs

fl V Broward's personal organ. of some of our western territories as states:of the Union. such development will be of yalua to no stream in the ,United States of Cod Liver

As great a statesman as Daniel Webster was publicly proclaimedthat the entire' country. I shall be glad to however Insignificant and no harbor, fl
: Pensacola has Invited the North Atlantic -
however secluded, that does not thinkit -
confer with members of Congress
V V all the western territories now'teeming with great cities, mining any
fleet to maneuver in her har-
from regarding this subjectand ought to be the subject of .governmental -
your state J
V: t :_: bor. Sc farming and manufacturing industries, all bunched together were not if the appropriation made by con- solicitude! and is crying for is just such a food in its

"'' SV worth a cent.Senator V gress for drainage investigations is an. appropriation from the federal It will build wft
':: the
: We praise the East Coast.4ThyV S up
Dickerson, of New Jersey, speaking in opposition to the sufficient will be glad to co-operate treasury to make it bigger' and bet-
V don't the East Coast praise .
: V newspapers admission- of with you in way possible for the' ter than it is and these.insignificant and wasted body \j
SV : us? V Oregon as a state, said that allowing twenty miles a day any

for travel, or making it, he said, even thirty. mills a day, the member advancement of the project you des- streams" and harbors engage the attention other foods fail to noun
S :) j I cribe. V of 'our Congressmen and, Sen-
Prof. Andrew Sledd, of Lake City, from that state if he visited his home once a year, could only remainat
I shall also be glad to- detail the ators }and are put on the list of general you are run down 'or ell

V V ". is ocnsidering investing In' Miami the seat of government a fortnight, before again beginning his toil. engineers' of, this department engaged appropriations. .

.5 : real estate., VV and What is it all for? V give it a trial : it can
S some weary journey homeward.Mr. In' drainage Investigations for a con-
k S .
!. 0'
r' ,.,. The Clyde Steamship Company con- Dayton, another distinguished Senator said that he would ference, with your engineers frem" time The theory Is. that it benefits com I you. It is essentially i tj3

S to time for the of merce and therefore is 'a fit subject
tinues to bring a; large number of pas- not be subjected to the innumerable and indescribable tortures of a jour- purpoe determining
the best plan' and most practicable I for governmental aid. possible' nourishment for J!
S,_ sengers to Florida. to Oregon for all the soil that -
ney savage hunters ever wandered over. I But who is'
it that furnishes this'
: : V methods for reclaiming the immense ; .

"\ ., The man or the Woman-who "knows He said that the climate was so bad and the soil so unfrtendly, thatit area of Everglade land. It is easily I I commerce? children and pale, anaeirf

i S =, 'how". has a key as wonderful as a V was simply impossible for any civilized human being to live beyond seen from a persual of the matter It largely the farmers of ? the We' will send you a sam

":' ':: logician'swand.. the" Rocky Mountains. Senator Dayton went on further to say. We quote which you have; so courteously fur- country. V 1

; I '_ him 'ver batim: nished me that careful investigation This commerce has its= beginning in

:V It is said that the Florida East should be made with reference not on- the wheat fields and cotton fields, and Besurttltafinthefermof
"The power of steam has been suggested. Talk of steam communication -
V .'- Vi Coast Railway's bill for material supplied ly to the engineering problem involved vegetable fields, and catfle ranches.To .

S. by one Miami firm last month -a railroad to the mouth of the Columbia! Why look at the but the fertility of the land pro: get to these rivers and harbors, of tKs Emulsion wwpptrof tvS

4 V was $18,000.-Miami News. cost and bankrupt condition of railroads proceeding almostfrom yourcapita'l posed to be reclaimed and its possible these fields of wheat, cotton etc., haveto \V. yoo

traveling your great thoroughfares., A railroad across 2,503( agricultural value for the productionof be hauled over bad and indifferent S scorr &.

; The book of Esther has been dramatized miles of prairie, of desert, and mountains; The smoke of an engine crops adapted to that climate. Occupying roads. To aid in the' construction of ,

V : as they do a subtropical pos'ition good roads would facilitate 'this che4J
by Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Gradually commerce -
S through those terrible fissures of that great rocky ledge, where the .
V the deep truths of the old 'book In our country, a peculiar Interest perhaps largely more than in 4O9PudStrtcV
smoke of the volcano has rolled before! Who is to make this vast internal -
; V are 'beIng revived. attaches to their reclamation and sub- pulling out the snags or rivers like the

or, rather, external improvement? Whence is to come the power sequent development. ones we have already mentioned and 550c.aa&LMFOR

; I Some American circus owners are ? Who to supply the means? The mines of. Mexico and Peru disemboweled Assuring you of my sincere inter- to do which, our esteemed contemporary

: V J; ; V considering a plan,' to "raise. wild animals would scarcely pay a penny on the pound of the cost. Noth- est in your' project and such assis- does not. think it at all ridiculous.- KEEPING HANDS SS

V : ," on Sarasota Key off the coast tance as I may in the future be able Just before the invention and construction '- -
short the of
f :. : ing of lamp Aladdin would suffice for such an expenditure. A Good Receipt That is Old"I
'of Florida. S to render, I am. very respectfully yours of our -first railways no' lessa a
,: V The extravagance of the suggestion seems to me to outrun everything V isfactorily Used.
:.. Signed! : JAMES WILSON statesman than' Mr. Henry Clay introduced -

c; .:. The Louisville and Nashville railroad which we know of modern scheming. The South Sea bubble, the Dutch Secretary.. a bill In 'Congress for ,the V

: Company has entered into an man's speculation in tulip roots, our own in town lots and multicaulis -- construction of national highways and i This is the season when

V ; : agreement wuii tne order of flaitwayS ii'i ill ? I\tM&"rl 'ploddina in comparison.: Men-Wanted Men. some of,; these highways were "actually trouble with our hands

S Conductors to increase the pay of Constructed! by the national government ,some methods: for kepI
V V' Men are still living who were born when these, utterances were rn4th,
V: ; conductors. V V Whilewe are producing material thereby setting- the example and
; .j.; VV spoken. Yet, see what man has accomplished since then. wealth let us pay some attention to the precedent and had this work' con :' Every one who is employe4

/ V Mr. C. H. Hart. a prominent stockman Four .trunk lines of railways now connect the Atlantic and the the men and the women that we are tinued, It-would have been the great- :a manner that she must

V .b of Osceola county; has sold his Pacific oceans and the people living in these distant cities communicate producing. The nation wants men, est blessing that could have; possibly lands fJ"equenUydurIng the j

V V :?,:.,5; .V stock of cattle and. eloped with his with each _other by telegraph, telephone and the Marconi system. "large-hearted, manly men': men who befallen the cItizens this great republic V,remember that every. appll

V ;-V ';,: wife's sister; Miss Viola Godwin. t will join her chorus and "prolong the soap which is always aa ::,
What would Senators Dickerson, Dayton, Webster, Clay and Calhoun I
miKture, takes fat from the ,
'''';' -' -. psalm of labor and the psalm of love." Good' roads do not benefit a single -1
: Osceola have thought of a proposition to build a railway from Jacksonville Let by this means leaves the
county had return
V ; a wet and dry S us to that old-time simplicity class but all classes and is the help- .

: V :'',;- tlectlon on February, the first and the to Key West, overcoming the depths as well as the, tides of the of the fathers- mate and hand maiden of traffic and and rough like sandpaper, or.C,.

S : : county votes dry. Rev. W. J. Car- sea? When all were for the state coerce and should, indeed, be the 'out of, all bearing. If not atti
t \, \ penter was one of the principal When the rich the skin becomes like a grate
man helped the first and
prim object of
All along the ages from the time' of Cain and Abel to the present government.
V V orators no the dry side. poor man The cotton .'with grime and dirt, and bw
S. growers, the 'wheat
V moment the achievements and the accomplishments of the human ten times,
. -.- And poor man loved the great. growers, the vegetable growers and painfully sore dry

: : : V ',Mr. John Temple Graves, editor of race, have far exceeded the prophecies of the 'prophets both aong| the God hasten the day when East "and the cattle growers are going' to demand ed and red.

.:. V the Atlanta News, has, been temporarily paths of war and the paths of peace. West and North and South shall all federal appropriations for good V To avoid this condition, j|

: ."'-,. removed by Judge Pendleton, of Those who saw Grant at GaUna or Stonewall Jackson, while teach work for the good of each other and roads the same as our seaport brethren but to ,.wash the hands thorouj

: V -the Superior court, from the positionS each for .the good. of all Rich in the demand federa. bran and castile soap,:miilnf is
: ing school at Lexington, Virginia, or Joe Wheeler while a young man at lappropriations

S V V V editor-ln-cljicf_ _of that paper. Athens, Georgia, little dreamed of the limitations they would reach and heritage of history, proud of our for the Improvement of rivers and gether by sifting the powdenj

V TV ". S -- splendid present, replendent In the harbors and are going'to see that the into the bran. The soap S

: V ../ :" The Atlanta Journal says that it is the records they would make. glow of conscious strength, we are government feeds all itscitizens out makes., very soft cieanslflf:

V ,;, now ascertained that Geronimo. the famous S Who can say that the vision of Joaquin Miller, the poet of th. happy in the rosy promise of a glor- of' the same spoon. and leaves the skin in good cs

::: ',,,, Indian chief tan married a wid- Sierras, will not only be realized for California but for all the states of ious future.-Congressman T. J. Haf- Or, jf not very much so l
S \ ;:Vif V' w,. He was brave enough to do most our Union. Here are his thoughts reduced to verse: fin, of Alabama. .- !f'sIt Art Appeal'' To- Reason hands should be washed with

J V ,JV. anything. "Dared I to say a prophecy V V V ,meat, using no soap; or coral

-- Aa the learned men of old. ', V lemon juiec is anJ
i / sang S 5,000 men are at present employedin St. John's Cathedral, New York cleansing
V V:.V V :::', The' people of Florida seem particularly Of rock-built cities yet to be V the work of building the East Coast will cost $10,000,000 when completed. Immediately after drying, app
Along those shining shores of gold. .
And tens of thousands
".: : interested in the biography of V Crowding athirst into the sea, -. Railway to Key WestIf live there never have enough people to who eat tie geranium Jelly rubbing It

S V great men-hence their keen disappointment V V .. What wondrous marvels might VV and their children go hungry to schooL If you have a bottle of this ,je

.;i .: in the non-publication. of V' V ::- Enough be to told know! that Empire here .VV V Florida's Railroad Commissioners or would course have,that done is it. the He way Christ you can use it each time

V tke biography' promised them by the V V :: Will burn her loftiest brightest star; cost tax payers of Florida $13,000 last I children and put millions would Into starve vain, hand hare been in the wat!
: i ': ,/* Here art and eloquence shalt reign .
:: V Lake City Index. V V r V showy buildings.-Appeal to Reason. night
\ i" 4r: As o'er the wolf-reared realm of old; VV V year, it might be, the proper thing to Not infrequently this sort of mIs- after its" use. using a *

V : Here learn'd and famous from afar VV enquire if the investment has been a cream, drawing old gloves 0
: 4. > Mrs. L. M. Graham ,of Connor has To pay their royal court shall come, V taken criticism appears In various In
you have nice hand'the
profitable ? Let may
some one who
: V returned to her home after a visit inV And shall not seek nor see in vain ways. It is based on the erroneous
',' 4 But gaze on all with wonder dumb!' knows whereof he speaks, speak out winter.
V Gainesville with her son Mr. D. L. idea that when'a costly building is
V in. open meeting.-Apalachicola Times. Another lotion to use on 1'
Graham -- --- --- erected as much -
:fr V who is In the money as it
V express service V at night is made .
by adding .
IS f
V: t lin that city. Mrs. Graham was Poor John Graves. V I, THE MEN WHO SUCCEED. sents is withdrawn from use' burled
V V Dr. Lamar Appointed. blespoonfuls of fine oatmeal
V Accompanied : as, it.were in the
V on her visit by her building. Never wasa of
V one lemon and of j
-- a quart
V' John Temple Graves has had The greatest success in life is greater mistake.
S daughter. Mrs. H. H JIall and baby, exj I to.soI Every dollar spent
Governor water in which has previofl
shape Broward
I our efforts as to continue the has appointed -
V of Arcadia. per nce.. lie has rubbed up against eternal in 'the erection of such a building is :
I progression and uplifting of Dr. G. W. Lamar, or'Quincy dissolved one dram of borax.
.' -- the world so hard and, has receivedso the human race. A man who rears Medical paid out for labor and materials. The cijs advise ..
a Supervisor of State boiling the
-. I. V : At the ostrich farm in Jacksonvillet I family each member ofi which is convicts. money goes to the men who
V V: VV many severe jolts he says that he better equipped for life's duties than This'.is a position recently created by quarry ; the distilled water before 3'-
: S t>n February :23th!; a marriage cere himself has won a triumphant suc and dress the stone and lay it in _
does believe he survive V the Board of' Commissioners of lemon. Either 'Will make;; th.-j
not can an- State'Institutions.
V V : >..: !r xnony will be performed in the lion'sden. I cess. It matters little whether he has place; to others who furnish material
: .V his amassed wealth or not. The greatest His duties will be to Inspect pear softer and finer.A )
; V other shock. Using own language and
.. A purse of one hundred dollars achievement of his life Is that he has the convicts with otherwise aid in the constructionand
; V : in gold will be presented to the cou- He says: improved upon himself. Southern' reference to ornamentation of the edifice .
V Farm Magazine.The their health ,and physical conditionand Loss to the Trade ,
V "I have been stunned often
so and
; : V V5ple to be selected for this novel cere Much as we may deprecate the
vanity -
V V V V man). betrayed so deeply that even a trust- editor of the Ocala Rumer feels also to inspect the sanitary con- of the man who -
dition of spends his money The shocking death last ,&
\ the convict camps. Dr.
V V .'J" -V ing and' confiding nature like my own I better now. He feels that his life has La- for show either in fine O.
: mar is fine or Plttsburg reuI
: .. (1 ;:". :Mr. Eugene Dodge deputy sheriff will be pardoned for being slow to accept ,a physician and a man of other 1
V not been ways
V lived in vain. He. has we must admit If the
rear- we trade
: "" > sterling character and his are one of its shir ',
V : f'VV' ot Duval county, has resigned that office professions which come so late appoint at all inclined to If
V > ed a family each one of wh'om he feels ment will be an be fair, that 'he Is From the smallest possible b.,
V ,: : : in order to make an active campaign and have such a stimulus behind them.I exceedingly popular of more value to the "
r'f V V is better equipped for life's duties one.-CapitaL community than this energetic genial maZ.
3r for the office of sheriff in the don't really think I could surviveit i the man who hoards his ;
: ..' it I than himself. If V-- V money or putsit placed himself in a few yeaSf
: V coming election. Mr. Dodge Is an excellent were fooled again. an "improvement up- out at interest.
Marion He spends his head of his Endo*
I County and Her calling. .
V VV ; young'man antI Is well known And John is a pronounced candI- on one's self is the "greatest of life'sachievement" Court'House.. money so that
V people get the qualities of ]
,. organization
in Ocala. date for the highest office within the
: the
". ,--. :: V gift of the people of Georgia. i he feels that a crown It seems strange, indeed. that the benefit of its distribution, a much by shrewdness and a EunDf'

V V : _, f Senator, Mann has purchased &n: ap-, If his nature is as tender as he Fays (' brightly studded with jewels and diadems citizens of Marion county do not 'rise'as body better plan than to put It where no- tion, Mr. Cogglns commanded!

: pie orchard in the Hood River Valley it is if he don't go dead before the rightly belongs to his posses- it were, "In their might" and demand -- Fort can get any benefit from It.- and tb'ls gave him power ia t t! Y

V V 5:1' of Qregon. While lecturing in that senatorial campaign is over, with then I sions. that the county commissionersbuild Wayne (Ind.) Journal: ness world. Kindly, gentle i5 Y.I .

;; /': V country on good roads he saw a specimen politics in Georgia are nothing like --- t for them a new court house. The I A National ament, but positive in bass*1 Qr

.' V ..-. of these apples old building is Flower for Joe Wheeler. fairs, no i' I
( V V' and was like they are in Florida. V V No better tribute to tbe memory of dilapidated, and be- competitor

: V V V the first man tempted. So history the late coming an "eye sore" to those who S demn M. O. Coggins.
Field will be
I goes on repeating itself. The average girl would rather"mar- : 'without can be paid visit that county-and the city of in the no north no south with his means to further I< r {t
any unknown mourning
coming General :
ry in haste, and repent at leisure than forward to. claim Ocala. Individual pride and the pro- : Wheeler. Joe cause few men in the trad II
a share of his As he did
: Valdosta Ga.. was flame swept Sat- fo never have a chance to. repent at tate. es- rgessive spirit of Marion county and more than any many friends. He had justtt) at
-Pensacola other
: News. man in the
V VV "urd y. The Henderson-Crawford L' .: Ocala are everywhere visible, but I t sectional south to obliterate that point where he begun ,
and to
V Buggy Company), the freight depot of pride teach his com his well
county earned
VS V .. ''- I The Countess so far as a courthouse reputatiOn.
Boni de rades In
Castellane of rebellion
5; V .' the G. S. & F. railroad. the warehouse All the world loves a lover, and France, is suing for divorce. building is concerned appears to be with to accept the issue grim reaper cut him down.3't.i .

t of Armour& Company and the steam Mr. Longworth seems determinedthat Countess The : lacking.-Live Oak Democrat. patriotic grace, so the tears of Produce News.

., laundry were destroyed by the 1lre.t .V no part of the globe shall be deprived Miss Anna was before her marriage, Our Marion County Commissionersare a reunited nation will freshen the sod Mr. Coggins was interestedin er
Gould, of New 'York of his
,: .The losses will amQunt to over |I25-: of an opportunity to registerits she will and heartily in favor of the new court I, grave, and the common voice of watermelon growing in & r "1
probably hIs I
return to that
: :" : i affection. city house country will hall him farewell ,
V COO.v nsacola.' News. to reside. V V movement and are in doing all from with Mr. B. E. Raysor an4
V V I in their power to make it materialize. I IS IV Blade ', cares of V earth.' -Toledo, |I start for Florida the very da

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AS TO PUBLIC BUilDINGS.' j Men-Wanted Men.Some An Important Temperance Measure.

Now ,It may be-that some of these -w patriotic-American In a burst The Hon. Frank Clark, o( Florida,

> public buildings are more costly than of enthusiasm says: I has introduced a very Important bill
'*ia abjjolutely necessary but, Judging God siften seven nations of Europeto I
in the house of..representatives, which Lude I
by the government building In this get good seed to sow In this virgin 8ateP1
has been referred to the Ways'and
City we should wy they are not. But soil, and it has produced a magnIfi-
we submit that U Is unreasonable to cent standard of manhood but still Means committee. The following excerpt -

demand that the federal government Columbia sings: I from' the 'bill will give the gist

hall build a government edifice in "Give 'me men to match my mountains of its meaning: "That from and af-
Ocala which Is not needed there by ,
Give me men to match my plains.I I t j ter the passage of this act it shall be
the government Such an outlay of Men with empires in their bosoms I
public money would Indeed be sense- And new eras in their brains; unlawful for any collector of Internal
Pensacola News. Men to right earth's wrongs revenue, or other internal revenueof
less And to cleanse old error's fen
Here It is, again the same old story. Give me men to match my mountains, ficer of the United States, to receive ]
Give !
me men
The interior must continue to pay tribute .. from any person, firm, corporation, ,

to the seaport cities. It is Justan Florida, Winter Bible Conference.. payment for any special tax as brewer -
Mea we have fallen into but, it manufacturer of stills rectifier of" .

Is one that we shall fast fall out oft The third annuaj conference will distilled spirits wholesale or retail I
/ the Interior cities shall stick together open in the great Conference Auditorium dealer in spirituous vinus or malt liquors J

and pull together. in Gainesville Florida, on February where the business of such firmor MUSIC flOUE: ,3

Here is Pensacola, because it Is.a. 11th, arid continue until the person or: corporation is to be carried -

seaport city, must have not only its 25th-to be followed by the Chautau- on in any voting district, town 1,

harbor improved but also must have qua Assembly which opens'March the city county, territory or state, where

,a federal building erected by the government 1st. The Increasing attendance upon under the local laws of such voting
the Conference from all parts of the district town, city, county, territoryor
But It is a "senseless extravagance"to : Union, together with .the added num- state such business is prohibited." '

have 4 federal building\ erected in ber of famous preachers to be present Should this bill become a law it PIANOS AND ORGANS

Ocala this year, assures by far the greatest would greatly aid the prohibition .
Why 4 attendance and most interesting ses- movement As it Is" now the United I

Because Ocala is an interior city and sion ever held. At no Conference in States government can largely nullifythe

.the presumption Is that a city off the America will greater, and more cele- action of any community or state .
Ma coast has no buisness with public brated men be found on the program. which has legally voted out the saloon -

:.buildings. One can well afford to travel miles to by giving licenses to anyone
Yet the fact is that Ocala does a such a Conference.' who will pay the fee of $25. This .

postal business nearly if not quite as The opportunity afforded by the law would effectually check the "blind
The Chickering The Mathushek
large as Pensacola. It is a presidential Conference to hear such great men, tigers," and would stop the druggistswho ":

office and is no' cross-roads af- and at the same time make a visit to sometimes are a party to the retail ,

fslr. Florida, escaping the cold of the North sale. of liquors when and whereit .
Besides this the United States should attract many more each year. has been prohibited by the votes '.
,ourt Is now in session in Ocala and A more suitable place could not of the people. The Everett The dose .

there are a large number of jurors, have been chosen for the Conference Many of the states have given the ,

witnesses and interested spectators in ] than the beautiful city of Gainesville, people a constitutional right to get
attendance.The with its wide streets beautiful oak rid of the.legal sale of intoxicants but '

reason Ocala, and all other Interior trees pure spring water, splendid the United States government pays no Ivers & Ponds The Lester

towns like. it. have no govern- system: of schools, hospitable people regard to these local laws. Mr. Clark's ,
ment buildings is because our United I r etc. A most chaining place to wIn- bill would give us the rights whichare .
:Htates Senators and members of congress ter. The hotel and boardinghouserates promised in the constitutions of

have failed to do their duty. are the most reasonable in Flor our states. The Behr gyros The Rudolf

They do not tote fair with the inter- ida. Hon. Sereno:, Payne of New York, ,
ior cities. Among the speakers who are invited is chairman of the Ways and Means

Our railroad commissioners treat and expected to be present during I committee. Let every prohibitionistand

the interior cities in a like unfair Conference. are among the most temperance worker flood him with : The Newton
manner. The rates to seaport cities, noted ministers and Bible teachers of petitions resolutions and appeals ask- .
though the distance may be greater. America: Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, ing that the bill be reported to the ,
are far less than to interior cities. America's leading evangelist; Dr. House. He Is all-powerful in this
The reason fpr all this is because James M. Gray, Dean of Morely Bible matter. The liquor interests will evidently "
our Interior cities do not hold .our Institute; Dr A. C. Dixon the great look after their interests., Get The Ludden & Bates Club Piano.

officials to a strict .accountability. Baptist preacher of Boston; tRev. JohnJ. the W. C. T, U. interested. Let us

But the Interior is having its eyes TIgert LL. D., probably the great- make a great fight for this bill. Who
open and is cutting its wisdom teeth est scholar in.the South; Evangelist will be the first to respond? Let Mr,

.and in the future is going to demandA George ft. Stuart, an original pulpit Payne hear from you at once. iTO'

square deal genius; Prof. J., R .Brown' one of In writing state bills H. H. 8104 and .
From Pensacola to Miami covers a the best Bible teachers; Mr. R. V. Miller II. R. 8105. The two bills cover the .1

distance of seven hundred miles or who delivers charming lectureson entire matter. THE PEOPLE OF OCALA GREETINGSWe

more, and yet in this whole extent unfllfilled prophecy; Dr. ClarenceB. Very respectfully,
of territory we can build no city because Strousev the director of the Conference W. J. CARPENTER.

we must pay tribute to the seaport and one of America's most
cities. successful evangelists and a numberof Essays of Little Bobbie. have Shipped a Solid Car of the above-named High Grade
The time is coming when the citizens others. -

of this vast area will arise in Low rates have been granted BANKS.
Pianos to Ocala. For the Next Fifteen Days we will hold a
their majesty and might and demand' Gainesville to the last of April. banks is where you put :your mun-

4i new order of things. For further information address ny & then run & talk it out when you

They will demand of the railroad Ferdinand Bayer, Secretary, Gainesville beer poeple say it ain't safe thare & SPECIAL LOW PRICE SALE.Not .
commissioners the same freight rate Florida. then you keap It in a stocking a few

that is given to seaport cities and they -- days & put it back.
will demand of our members of congress :Mr. A. IL Priest, of Waldo is here Thare is quite a few jobs in a bank a Piano'to be Reshipped. Each Piano Marked in Plain Figures -

appropriations for public build- in attendance on the United States sum of them ''pay lots of munny &

ings when the needs justify it, and district court. He is interested in pecan others pay $10 aweek about, but most Our Pianos Have,Been'Sold Here For 30 Years.
will also demand appropriations for culture and says that a good many of them pay all rite if you: keap wprk-
good roads 'the same as are now given of the people of his section are plant- ing hard & rise to the top. but 'when

for the improvement of rivers and i ing large numbers of acres to this you are rising to the top doant go

harbors. nut In former years Waldo shippeda through the roof.i .
large quantity of early peaches and have got the best bank of all It '
w'ss.r IPi Mr. Priest says that quite a number is a pig & hollow and you drop the The Chickering and MathushekIs

BABr [RmWITH.SORS of crates are still shipped from that nickel or dime in the pig's head, onceI

point but that the people find that had six dollars in my bank & pa the Highest Ideal of Artistic Piano Building!blade Espcially for This Climate.
canning them is even more, profitableand said Well i nead a littel change & he

that nearly every peach grower stood the pig on its head & shook out

[ now has a canning factory and large all the munny. he told me that was

quantities are canned. frenzied finance. f
thare is faro banks, all i know
-- then
Messrs. B. A. LanIer, J. A. Lee andJ. about them is that i heard Ma tellingPa
Would Scratch and Tear the Flesh LUDDEN & BATES CLUB
Unless Hands Were TiedWastedto H. Carter of Lake County were if he would only quit playing faro
among those attending court Monday. bank she cud git sum new shoes and

a Skeleton-Awful Suffering for They 'were here in behalf of an old Pa said Never mind' my luck will turn

Over a Year-Grew Worse Under man against whom an Indictment had some day and Ma said Yes, when we
been found. He was seventy-five yearsof are ded.-Milwaukee Sentinel. NOW '
Doctors-Skin,Now Clear. age and parallzed. These gentle- $400 $287Has '. > .
-- S men succeeded in getting the case THE NEW YORK WORLD.ThriceaWeek .

WOULD HAVE DIED nol prossed and returned to their .
Edition-Read Wher- Other Club Pianos the Attics
CUTICURA. homes l\londay'afternoon. ever the English Language is Relegated to
BUT FOR _. .. Spoken.For .
Mr. W. S. Priest, of Daisy was in
"My little son, when about a year Ocala Monday. He says that the the winter season now at hand -
and a half old, began to have sores string of vehicles of people coming to II the the most New valuable York Thrice-a-week paper to you will World be
como out on his face. I had a physician Ocala that day was fully a half mile I because it offers you more at the pric-
treat him, than any other pacer published any This Special Sale Special Low Prices and Easy Terms as $1000
but the sores grew long. He says there were more peo- where in the world. ,
worse. Then they ple coming to Ocala than he had ever This is a time of great events. We
began to come on before seen at one time except on are having great wars, and other Cash, and $6.00 per month, Brings an Instrument in Reach of
9 4 % his arms, then cto I changes of a stirring kind are occur
"a other parts o/ his some special occasion. ring both at home and abroad. Th' Every Home.
'Q Thrice-a-Week World comes to yon
body,and then one
I other day except oiinday, wit)
f came on his chest, Mrs Adam B. Rou and Mr. Mike II. every
.... 1 all the news fully accurately
-4' worse than the 81
i, Rou of ReddicJc aged respectively promptly.The .
A others.ed another Then physician. I call i and 79 years, were in Ocala Monday. Thrice-a-Week reports. You World can met alwaysits the '
Still he grew worse. At the end They attended the meeting of the truth from its columns whether you Istey Organs Ludden Bates Organs .f
of about a year and a half of suffering : Confederate Veterans and both renew- are Republican or Democrat and thais I
he grew so bad I had to tie his hands ed their subscriptions to the Ocala what you want. World .
Thrice-a-Weew always
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in cloths at night and to keep him the flesh.from I Banner, which they began taking has a serial story running, and it is always $5.00 Cash and $4 00 month. -
scratching; the sores tearing; a first-class story by a first- per
"He got to be a mere skeleton, and j i when they were comparatively. young class author. The ThriceaWeekWorld .. I
was hardly able to walk. My Aunt I men. publishes better fiction thai
advised me to try Cuticura Soap and other newspaper in the United
Ointment. So great was her faith in -- any States. Special attention is also given -.......................... ..
it that she gave me a small piece of The conductor on the Homosassa to markets and there are many
Soap to try and a little of the Oint$ : train reported the killing of a color- other valuable features.
ment. I took it home without any I ed man at Dunnellon Monday morning. The Thrlce-a-Week World's regular
is $1.00
faith but her I tried it, and subscription price only per AT THE ARMORY
to please
j The man was employee of Allen'sNew year, and this pays for 156 papers. We
it seemed to dry up the sores a little. !I Orlean's Minstrels and got into offer' this unequalled newspaper and
"I sent to the drug store and got a the Ocala Weekly Banner together one
cake of the Soap and a box of the; some kind of difficulty He resisted year for $1.65. ..
Ointment and followed the directions, arrest and pulled out a knife and attempted The regular subscription price of
and at the end of about two'months who the two paper is $2.00.
to cut the marshall,
the sores 'were all well. He has' Send all subscriptions on the above
never had any sores of any kind since. pulled out his pistol and shot the offer to the Ocala Banner Ocala, Fla. .- FORT KING AVENUE

"He is now strong and healthy, man, killing him instantly. .
and- Mrs. Bryant Heirs and little -
and I can sincerely say that only
your most wonderful remedies my daughter of Cadillac, Fla.. are in
. Buy your Fertilizer or
a. precious child would have died from materials of Lang. Swartz & Co., Ocala and are at the Ocala House. Mr. r
, those terrible sores. I used only one aents for the Sanders Fertilizer Co., Heirs is a brother of Mrs. C. A. Lid- '
cake of Soap and about three boxes Jacksonville, Fla. OPEN EVENINGS .
of Ointment. (signed) Mrs. Eg don and was formerly a resident of ,
bert Sheldon, R. F. D., No. 1, Wood- Mr. George Tyler, whose leg was Ocala. He was admitted to the prac- Special Attention to Tuning. A. R. HARPERPROF.
vile Conn,April ?, 1905." \ broken some weeks ago, is able to tice of law In this city. Mr. Heirs is A. FOSKETT JASPER HARRIS
CwnpleU Eterod.nd Interntl Trttlmcut for Every .
Humor,from Pimple to Scrofula,from Intoner to Age, I be out again but is walking on crut- here attending the court having a .
.COMWttnr of Cuticun Soap,SiSc,Oiuttneot,Wc,Ruulveat NELSON MORRISON vJ.-'M. ROBESON.
. ,Joe.tin form of ChoeoUu Coated H1U.,Sfe.per rial. ches. case before-that body. ? .
: er eo),our be hed of.1I dniKirt A rinifl* *often cord.tt .-'"
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A. :'. Pleasant weather in '*".. "ittle burg Special Correspendense T Ocala Banner.Mr. Was Found Imbedded in a Tree by a IACKACHE -

tkls week reminds one of spring times W. S. Priest, a prominent The Board of Public Instructionmet Sawmill Man.F .

5 when shades are welcome, guests. farmer and merchant visited the brick in regular session with G. S. Scott, E. Crawford ,of Monthrook, Levy

qtr Farm work has begun in this section chairman B. R .Blitch and J. S. county, is the owner of a Roman coin
Monday. Grantham, present. printed In the year 48 B. C. The
aid farmers are working with a vim 3h
$ .Ad from all appearances corn willcaon Mr. A. J, Lightfoot has resignedhis Minutes of last meeting were jead sqange'part of the story, says The I "I I wrote you for advice, writes Lelia Hagood, \

be growing and melons hi the position as foreman at the skid and approved. Bronson Times-Democrat, is, the find of Sylvia, Term., "about my terrible backache and &

1 ding machine for the E. P. Rentz :Mr. George Harrinton. representing ing of the coin. t I.
lead.The health of Gaiter ,has been good Lumber Company, and we learn that the School Library Encyclopedia ap- Some weeks ago Mr. McDonnell the monthly pains in my abdomen and shoulders. I I' i

tile past week. No one complains. Mr. C. C. Priest, of Silver Springs, peared before the board and offeredto sawyer in the sawmill of Wade & Mc- t had suffered this way nine years and five.doctors '

5 Spring is surely coming. will take charge.Mr. sell one set 'of the encyclopediasfor Arthur at Montbrook while sawing a i
had failed to relieve me. On your advice I
j! Uncle Joe was a business visitor in Priest has many friends here each school in the county. That log noticed that the saw teeth had i

'' tke mining city Saturday, as was also and we wish him success. the price of the set was $20 but if the come in contact with some metallic Wine of Cardui, which at once relieved my pains :atuo

t Mr. R. Ross Mr. Nix of Anthony, was in our board would buy 50 sets he could put substance and investigation discovered and now I am entirely cured. I am sure thatCardui ;

Misses Inez Ross and Ethel Turner little burg on business this week. them at 15. this aged coin which had been'lmbedded It(

were with us Saturday and, Sunday. Mr. John Waldron, whHe hooking The superintendent stated that he in about four inches in a Levy saved my life.I ,

It Is useless to say they were welTome logs at the skidding machine, had the had thoroughly examined the books county pine. Mr. Crawford procuredthe j?"1

guests, as It Is a known fact that misfortune of getting his leg broken and thought they were better suitedto coin, which bears no date, and It is a safe and reliable remedy for all female ih

e friends are. always welcome in Gaiter below the knee which is a very the common schools than any en- sent it to the Smithsonian Institute, diseases, such as periodical !- '

jtfiss Sarah McCreery and Edwin painful 'wound. cyclopedia he had ever seen. That Washington, who established its identification -

Spencer, of Ocala, accompanied these Cot T. F. Colgrove and CoL Joseph every school was In need of just sucha and age. It is a little larg, pains,.irregularity TKE& ADVICE :hi

ladles 'and cannot Bumby went work and if the board could its er than a dime and except for the mul- Write us a letter dMOlttn* ail _
young we express to Ocala Wednesday. see dragging down sensations your lymptona, and wt wUi wo4 Jot p.'
our pleasure on meeting them again way to make the purchase it would I tilation u by the saw is In perfect" preservation Attres Free Advice. plain tuted ell..... .
headache dizziness dviMnrDtpMUMM
as both are well known in our burg. MARSH VILLE. be money well spent, but he thought t and looks almost new. Tta Chattatooga Medktn.Co.a..ttai

Mrs. S. A, Thomas is visiting her if the books are purchased that a The question Is: How and when did backache, etc.'oo"Te". JU, ;;;,_

daughter this week, Mrs. D. S. Mitchell Special Correspondence Ocola Baner. book case should be bought to go with the coin get In that tree? A steel arrowhead .- ti

at Homosassa. Mr. and Mrs A. P. Marsh spent, them. That he thought the districts: was recently cut out of a "

Mr. T. W. Tomblin of Dutton. was Sunday with friends at Grahamvilleand would be willing to pay at least one pine tree in the same vicinity. At Every Drug Store In $1.00 bottles. Try it. :

,, A welcome visitor in our burg the report having a pleasant time. half on the books as a number of the na

petal week. Business in our,little communityis trustees whom bad examined them A Healing Gospel.

The contractors will commence work looking up and is on the steady had expressed themsleevs, and was The Rev. J. W.-: Warren pastor of -WINE :

ea the new ferry boat this week.1llhey increase.Mr. willing to make the purchase. He sug the Sharon Baptist church, Belair :
express a desire to finish it in C. A. Marsh will leave' shortly gested that we communicate with the Ga.. says of Electric Bitters: "It is a CARDUI ""
Godsend to manknid. It cured me of
w short time and we wish them suc- for Lakeland where he will make his schools and find out, by next meet lame back stiff joints and somplete OF '....

eels for it is badly needed. future home. ing, how many schools or districts are physical collapse. I was so weak it 1iNO..
took half an hour to walk a mile.
Mr. T. Glliis has the contract ..forleaning Miss Mamie Martin after a pleasant willing to pay half on a set of encyclopedias Two bottles of Electric Bitters have

up the cemetery at Cedar visit of several weeks with friends and on a book case; bookcase made me so strong I have just walked

love and is progressing with the returned to her home at Anthony a to cost $5 or $6 each. three miles in 50 minutes and feel
like walking three more. It's made a Ocala Furniture CO
work this week. few days ago. Mr. Harrington then offered to send new man of me." Greatest remedy )pOnyJ
Mr. Jasck Frost hasn't for weakness and all stomach and liver -
i The debate last Friday night was us the books at once and the board could
complaints. Sold under guarantee
vary interesting and was well attend enough this winter this far to preventthe return any or all that might not betaken at Tydings & Co.'s drug store. Priced

..... We were honored with two new orange trees putting out a new on any plan that the 50 cents. m ;
There is Too ;
J Nothing Good For You.
..a,zakers, Messrs. Tomblin of Dut- growth of buds. adopts to dispose of them the company -
It is a current rumor here that lion.
.tan, and Spencer, of Ocala Mr. John Waldron happened to an to pay all freight charges both .
Jefferson B. Browne, of Key West
The subject was, "Resolved that it Occident last Saturday which resulted ways. To this the board consentedand That's a broad statement, but it h Ids good, for you will surely ,
and regret
chairman of the State Railroad
yeas right to free the negroes." Mr.Jfeencer in breaking his leg. said he might send 30 sets on buying cheap furniture. Now that does not mean that ,
Commission, is to become a ,citizen of you WJ
took the affirmative and Mr. above conditions. ,The superintendentwas should pay an exhorbitant price for your goods, and If
Jacksonville at distant you would lee
The News of Belleview. no date and ;
'Zlmblin the negative. After severalleaches instructed to communicate with know where you can get the best goods at lower prices than ;
The Metropolis was informed today you }
;, !/ on each side it' was left to the schools and determine how mans are paying some other place.Smith .
Special to the Ocala Banner.Mr. that Mr. Browne had purchased a
4fce judges, who decided 2 to lln fav- will take a set by the district or
C., A. handsome lot on Ashley street, corner
Tremere and Dr. T. K.
.r of the affrmative. After the deci- ; school paying one half andthe coun
of Hogan street, and would build &
Slaughter 'spent Saturday in Ocala. a Roberts
don of the judges the meeting was ty the other half. This to include the
fine house thereon. It is said tha lot ,
: One of the most pleasant affairs of
again called to order and
an organi- set of encyclopedias and one or two
mtiotn fololwed. ,After electing officers : last week was that of Thursday evenIng -, sections of the sectional book case, the sold for about 8000. The Metropolis will Ukw pleasure in showing you the best .goods at the lowest J: '
when hopes that the rumor is true, and that price' 19&
Mrs. Amos
Knott enter Everything in the furniture '
suitable line at
a name was next diseased whole not to exceed $20. consistent prices. :
s and aner'some tamed a party of young people e t Jacksonville will yet claim Mr. Browne 9
time it was The superintendent stated that about .
as a citizen.-Jacksonville -
moved and seconded that he organi- "Muggins. After a number'of exciting ten or twelve white schools were Metropolis., I .

; Mtion should be known as, The Gait- games delightful refreshments making the average of 80 per cent and t i Mrs. Henry W. Long, of _Martel, '; This has been the most remarkaJS SSB
were' served. ReThomas Dixon who seems to came up to Ocala JiOS
: improvement Wednesday morning.She week
rrille Society. would ask for the'two months extension that Ocala has had since .&r"""&
,Rev. W. A. Wier filled his regularappointment On Friday evening an "Old Ladies from the state, and that a number have gone out of the profession which was accompanied by her sister, meeting of the Farmer's Alliance trbd

here Sunday. Social" was held at Mrs. D. vR. Do of the colored schools would make gave him his title, is up in New York :Mrs. Curry and her neice Miss Mary the famous Ocala platform was adoW,

.4g UNCLE JOE.. na's. The hostess and her friends it The board instructed the secretary chewing the rag with AfroAmericans Love, of Jacksonville, who had been ed. She has been taxed to her fas'worn'

who assisted in entertaining were very to make the application for them I on the race question. It is a very the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Long at capacity take care of the crowlj 3u>i
unique in colonial costumes. Ices unedifying spectacle, and one of which Martel for several weeks.
Little were Mrs.
; Grains From Griner Farm. as soon as the five months expires. 'I Curry of visitors and both the Montezura
served the the late reverend gentleman might be and Miss ;
evening. left
on the noon train Hotel
and the
The Hurricane Pond and Charter Ocala House have
Misses Della Strange and ashamed were his instincts neither for Jacksonville bear:;
special Correspondence Ocala Banner.. ViolaSlaughter Oak schools have already completedthe and Mrs. Long returned -I compelled to turn away guests a1m
i Rev. M. D. Cunningham filled his spent Monday at Candler. five months and applied for the absent nor blunted.-Tampa Times. ] home on the afternoon train. nightly. -=t

Tftgular apointemnt last Sunday., Text Mr. and Mrs. Sinderman, Miss Sin- extension, and the colored schools at .,,I

11 chapter Luke, 24 verses. derman, Mrs. Halstead and. Miss Barnes Christian and Freestone. ,

Vincent Chalker has returned to his visited Ocala this week. The =
Work at Archer. Miss Ella Lyle entertained a few treasurer's report was examined Ie 3:
and approved as follows: Eta88a m EB mlm
i' 1 :Miss Flower Johns n'is'visiting her friends very delightfully} Saturday ev- Balance from last report . .$ 15.!! BBE 4/E
waters, Mesdames Albert and Allie ening.
Received from
E. L. Carney
..Fort, of Moss Bluff. .Our congenial tax assessor, Mr. Alfred taxes of .. ifnt
1903; .. .... 1931.34
Mrs. F. Webber gave a singing at Ayer, spent Tuesday in Belleview. Received
E. L.
ker..house last Sunday night., Quit* I The new Methodist minister, Mr, polls of 1905 .. ..,. :. .. 193.00 1 AUCTION
a. good attendance Deon and family will
; all seem to enjoy I arrive in Belle 'Received from comptroller,
i music: view I
Wednesday. ,
I Ii i tax redemptions ,-. .. .. ... 429.62 pr
Mrs. Sarah Scarborough, of Fur Mr. Ernest Bradley, of TarponSprings rod

r-- syth. Ga., has come to spend the winter was in Belleview Sunday. Total receipts .. ... . .$2574.90 J.

with.ber two sons, Will and' Johnficati Among the recent arrivals at the Disbursed, during. Jan. ".... 2571.08 A. PITTMAN & SON. fJ1
>orou h. Seminole were: S. J. Odell, Dade City;
Misses Gertrude and Ollie Jones C. A. Wever, Ocala;'C. Teerling, Savannah g "THE FURNITURE
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Balance in treasury . .$ 3.82. MEN. ,
ef Oak :, spent the day with, their, Ga.;, Alfred Ayer, Ocala.GRAHAMVILLE. Report for special districts were approved fl:

friend, Miss Louella Leitner, Sunday -- .
'- :Miss Mattie as follows: Will on Saturday Feb. J7 J906 mti
Bell Pasture our excellent Receipts Disbur. Bal. : Begin a series of Auc- '
school t -- f q
went to
ach.er. flrala $ 359.57 $ 110.17 tion Sales their
$ 249.40 at
'thony Friday .vening to visit An-I( Mir Bird Peebles, of Swaynesboro, Mcintosh store, corner South Magnolia street
218.3:; 7.41
Geo..Pasture Ga. is in our community in search of :11.12Jelieview t1 i,
and family.tuerr,1
285.51 1.1101 Ft. Fing Avenue At
J 54.86 230.65 this sale able'to
.of Anthony, were visitors. at the a place. We wish him success. Though, Fantvilie you will be 1l.'I
2.00:; 3.75; !

e -school Mr Lum house Luffman Friday.was .a visitor. .. jvs"at a good stranger Impression.John here.he has made quite a 47.93. 40.01' 21.25Iunnellon 7.93 i: get anything you want in the Furnishing and ,gtt

Fort King last week. Hales and Kimon Gore now Pine Reddick Len 118.88 82.98 3.27 6.24 11 9.71.64 t 1 J House Furnishing Line at Practically

Mr. AI. Rains gave a dancing part have their cabbage ready for market your own Djl

at his home }.'rillay'night.. Weirst1ale\Ianille 183.45 9.72 1.10 28.62 J; t price. This will be genuine. .
Strawbt'rrit's'are slowly ripening Mr Chas. Long! of Owen's furniture 176.97 ..' _
Citra ,
nad are being marketed in Ocala. store at Palmetto Fla., is home fora 9.39 199;
Griner "YI
Farm 283.00 4.24 .
Miss Mattie Jones and her cousin: ,' few days. 233.76
George, Luffman, are practicing 01 Miss Pugh, the accomplished teacher Sparr Birch Pont 40.4S 10.00 30.48 d AUCTION I
of the 3.98 11.00
their Grahamville school, will
r violins and soon we will have return Candler
# plenty of sweet music for our parties.Pittman's I to her home in Arkansas next 93.75 17.60 76.15 3 .
week. She has 29.67 6.52 23.15:
taught; two successive 4I
-- terms here and Electra 15.76 90 1J.86 Sale and there will be no Ii
auction sale starts Sat. we regret all the more by-bidding. In other words
1* urday, February 17. to give her up because she does not Blitchton 99.10 3.37 95.73
express here intention of returning. Martel 15.33; 7.35 8.18 m anything offered will be sold to the highest bidder

The Buffalo Herd. Sam Long of Astor, spnt Mondayand Ft King 12.50 2.79 9.71 gardless of its value. rem
We are requested to announce thata Tuesday here. Capulet 14.62 1.99 12.63 We will give valuable prizes at

member of the Cincinnati herd of Mrs Howard Hall spent the past,, Linadale 18.48 5.00 13.48 tQ I each sale. Sale hours will be ,n

the Benevolent Order of Buffaloes will week with relatives at Gainesville and Cotton Plant 3S.86 2.99 35.87 as follows: Saturdays and a j
K. visit Ocala soon for the of Orange Lake 19.37 W
purpose Fellowship 3.66 15.71 and 2:00
"' W Mondays, a. m. and 7:00'
forming a local herd here. -- Oak Hill 48.57 80 47.77 p. m. Other MaD

i The Benevolent Order of Buffaloswas Mrs. Burford to Entertain for Mrs. Moss Bluff 13.80 1.24 12.56 and 7.00 p. m. ,

organized under the laws of -Virginia Collier. .' Fairfield 64.43 2.89 61.54
I m .
October 4, 1904. Cottage Hill 19.29 15.88 3.41 _- f;
The First Annual Meeting of the B. Levon 14.09
Mrs. Robert A. Burford wil enter- 14.09 _
O. B. was held in Richmond November tain Pedro 8.91 8.9tTotals I AUCTION
Vat quite a number of her friends on II !
2nd and 2rd, 1903.. ; The next Friday afternoon from three to half --I I a Q.
meeting? will be hell in Cincinnati $2374.10
$ 333.87 $2040.23
past five o'clock. The guest of honor I
Tuesday, August 28, 190$. Cincinnati will ; W. D. CARN, I |m
be Mrs. W. A. Collier, of Tuscaloosa This sale will be
Herd No. 16, is therefore "' I a splendid
anxious to .
Alabama Secretary.Mr.
and progressive opportunity to furnish I
make that meeting a big ::ci.i your
success dominoes will be the form of the af- home from top to bottom
\ ternoon's entertainment. B. S. Quarterraan was in Ocala at your own price. Come

... Big Phosphate Deal. Friday to meet his uncle and aunt t I .i:1 early and often. !: _

Mr. James Sims, who has a splen- Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Barnard, .of St. tri ;

A big phosphate deal "whichwas, did stock ranch in the southeasternpart I Mary's, Georgia, who will spend several j S : "+

,consummated early in January by Mr of the county, was 'a prominent weeks with him at his Fairfield, I m? Yours for Business .

David, S. Woodrow, of this city, has visitor to our city Friday.He has. some home, which is situated in one of the j ji 'l

Just been made public. very splendid cattle and says they are i prettiest sections of this county. Mr _
The deal embraces. very large ; Quarterman in order to show his
doing fine and he Is highly pleased ap- j
acreage of pebble phosphate and Mr with his preciation for his favorite county paper tk
experiment. :Mr. Sims tIq
says 1
> Woodrow has been prospecting It for that all the oranges in his section brought us In two specimens of (--III PITTMAN Br

the past year. The land is in Polk have been marketed. the rutabeggar turnip. The two SON fit 1 II:
..county and the Bradleys, of Boston .- would more than fill an ordinary water -
are the purchasers and the bucket.
price paid
Mrs. T.
v C. Hall who has been quite
is in the neighborhood of a hundred sick for several weeks, has to liTHE :
thousand dollars. South Carolina to recui>erata.gone Mr. II. D. McHairy, who has been I FURNITURE NEN." ::

4 the, guest of the family of Mr. W. C.

Pittman's auction sale starts Saturday Pittman's auction safe starts Sat- I Bull for several weeks has returned r\

February 17. urday, February 17. to his home in Lake City, lin lt>lIota.l I I I -Qllt.tlRtlJ;\ "' r1

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I POSTAL REFORM land and Ireland to interview retail packages ,is governed by. th law of.I':,.as to the proper method of approacn- j

I 'f grocers as to the effect of the parcels averages. A package In the. United !j Ing, their own customers as the man- SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11'Is :
the Post ufacturers of the United States. From
lot the Parcel! Post but ; post on their business. The general States goes but tt mllto. Now, whit !i! ,

Check Subject of Interesting; ? concenans of opinion was .that the per- .,, does it cost to move a package 38 I i personal observation in England, Bel-
I Ii ': I France etc.do not believe! "
I I glum
II it Debate.Postal eels post was not only no detriment, miles? One-tenth of a cent a pound,
1:there are any exporters who do business .
i but a direct'advantage to the retail ,
d,. ; that's all If you would give to the '
-I. ,I in those countries who make less j '
reform TVM :1ie subject at j; merchant. It permitted'him to secure: merchants of this city a stamp so that ; the Date on which t'
I study on the conditions that prevail i
': Club I II small packages from the city wholesale i i they could'put that stamp on a box
dinner of the Sphinx recently i. : there than the American adv rL :ier. I '
I merchants at a low-rate of transportation .and turn it to the first wagon
I Auction
I yen at the Waldorf-Astoria_ hotel in and also allowed him to ..that came_ along there would be mon I'I think it is a shame that this is so. Big Sale ; ;:; ,! .
it far '
rew York City. make deliveries from his,own store to ey in it at a cent a pound. delivered, You are certainly up against so '

C. W. 'Post, projector if the Post customers in outlying districts at f and: 'from 38 miles the average', wouldbe I I as your export trade is concerned. will begin at J, A. Pitt- i : .
conditions abroad if ,
ieck, was the pnnclpal speaker. very much less cost than under the old brought down to 10 miles. I, am I must study you '

John Brlsben Walker. editor of the form of delivery. The value of libraries presenting you cold, solid f.acts. tak- 1 would succeed. You have mastered man & Son's Furnix -, ,,:'
Magazine. Roy V. Som- the conditions of things at home as < :
oemopoliuui Is conceded but their work is fee- en from the records of Germany Bel- .

rville. treasurer of the Sphinx of ble compared with the vast educational bium, Switzerland England, Austro- the advertisers: of no other countryI : .

r': dOn. England and others made adkesse work of the postoffice department. Hungary. Do you suppose they are have. You can send your goods acros ture Store. ;

td London for less money .than you
The second-class mail privilege shouldbe carrying packages over there for fun? ,
to before can to Kansas City or Chicago.' Thereis .
It affords us pleasure lay extended rather than restricted. :
I Not much; there's money in it. Then --- ------ ------ i'
readers the remarks of these great Publications should 'carried to the no duty. The newspaper advertising ..
or why should we in.this country pay I ", ,
in tbe shape of a continued I costs you less. The difficulty that i RETAIL PRICE LIST OF .
linkers people at the lowest possible rate 6,000 per cent more than they pay in .:

:ory. Let us accord full credit to Mr. Madden I Germany? It isn't the railways: that existed a few years ago as to bolcks '< .
or cuts have been removed and it is WHISKIES WINES BEER AND MALT.
Somervllle treasurer of the
Roy V. who has charge of the 2nd clas I are to blame; it's the express compan I '
Sphinx Club of London Eng.. matter. He has been not necessary to use as much space i
10 earnestly en- ies. I have talked with the presidents -
member of the as formerly to get results. There are '.
non-resident "
nd deavoring to conduct his
departmenon of railways and they all told me S
of New York: I opportunities over there by the hun- EXPRESS JSZPAID. Balk free Not prepaid, < ;
phlox Club as small a loss as possible. handi- that their interests are not with the goods-Jugs -
for the American advertiser. Full Qt. Measure.,... ... Qts 6 Qts. U Qts. '
dred 4 Si.So per gallon. Rye.Gin.Co.n. Good Gra4e ,
Post spoke in part as follows:
Mr. capped as he is by the fearful over- express companies. A shipment of : Hunting Club Rve -. ... ... $a 6SI 00 $700 $2.00 gallon. -
know of the efforts I Really "it makes me tired" as you Nelson County Rye_.__..._ per
290 msS 7 so
You perhaps to
payment the railroads. I would merchandise resolves itself into.packages. Monogram Rye_.__... 30 4 60 8 oo Rye Gin Corn,Ram Fine Cuality$1.50 per jil. ., .
tat have been made to induce conroes I' suggest the appointment of a committee Now. what would happen if you say over here to see the great loss Hanne's"'<<" Rye...-...._._.. 3 75 S 00 9 SO Rye.Gin.Corn Hum- Best- for the money.
that is'accruing to you people as pros- Social Drops... ......M ",,.._.. 4 5<> !,o 12 00 $3 00 per gal.
to furnish us common paper i inencyof in your association and urge the were able to have these packages distributed Malt Whiskey.._".._ 3 75 500oo 950 "44" Rye. Peach and apple brandy. Uellowe
pective and present exporters today in Peach Brandy ....._.. ... __ ,
the U $2, and $5 denom- appointment of a similar committee in ? I talked with James J. Hill 375 950 by age. $.400 per gal. '
Apple Brandy! ..,-- --.3 75 S oo 9 SO
lAtlons with blank space" to be print- i the Newspaper Publishers' Associatlon. president of the Great Northern the not taking advantage of the opportunity Holland G1'. _' a 80 4 ;25 75 Victoria Bye Social Drops Rye,Medical quality
offered abroad. Geneva Gin ::?? ::=.... 375 5 00 9 50 LEMP ST. LpUIS BEER. Per AM.
1 on the face to bc used ,when the Bring the power of the two associations other day. He said, "Mr. Walker every I .J.. NorthCarolinaCora........ .. 265 400 ? oo FalsWr ...... _.;......___.--11 -S
alder 'desires to send some money to bear upon congress towards car that we have got in our service I -- Mountain Corn ?,._......-.. 3 75 5 oo 9 SO Extra Pale ._-.. __....J. I.
To Make Dry Tortugas a General jamacia Rum..___'- a 06 4 75 7 SO Standard ______...,..z is
trough the malL The measure pro-I a more equitable contract with stands idle five days out of six. Medford IlU111..____ 3 75 5 9 SO Malt extra dark ..... .......:............_.a is
des for no change in money except : the railroads. Quarantine Station. Grape Brandy.-._ ......_ 3 75 500 q 50 Cohnrger imported.........___...:. .
The other days are taken up by the I King of Kentucky Burbora.. 3 75 5 00 9 So BaSS Ate,pints.....----..,..?...... ...__ S IS .
to form of printing the face. In the I I switching of the cars .to the loading Assortment Allowed on all Gsods.o! Same Guinness Stout. pints ...._- ........ s' -
the before John Brisben !t Senator Mallory, of Florida, proposes "' .
of ;
ork promoting measure Walker introduced "
I I place the time spent in loading, and f :':_ I f rises by tto barrel ea'tppUertiaii. : :
ingress'we have met with some cur- : Chairman Presbrey as the greatest expert the switching of the car back into the I to make Dry Tortugas a.general ? '" F. >? fuj .
= .
>tu things. One of the first, strong In the United.States today In the train. Suppose Mr. Conne acre ordersa quarantine station Under the supervision .

stules was the opposition. of, Unit- theory of .Parcels Post. of the United States government, -
piece of flannel goods from ZaneSvllle -
1 I States Treasurer Ellis H.: Roberts. Wr.Walker' 'spoke:'as follows: where all vessels from tropical ports .
O. manufacturer in Zanes-
Is unexpressed objection to the I am tree to confess that 'the Post must report for inspection before be- HANNE BROS. T
yule waits until he gets enough merchandise ,
easure was that he was a:.New York Check is clear simple and Ingenious. ing permitted to sail for gulf coast .
together to fill a car andthenships
tate man and one of the senators. I am glad'to" be"able to'talk'to men I ports. This would be rather Incon- 346058 West Adams St., Jacksonville Fla
it to New York. The goods
New York -Thomas who with leader like Mr;Post could venient for fruit vessels bound .for
x>m state was a come in big cases, consigned; say) to

latt, also president of one of the ex* bring about postal reform in :the Claffin. The cases have to be reopened New Orleans up through the' Yucatan ,
channel but then would find 'a : .
ress companies. We have Mr. Platt's course, of a year or '."'::0 if ,they only the packages distributed .and it they LANDS. ,

srn declaration, made before wit- made tip their 'm'iMs'to do it. -But I will be perhaps a couple of weeks before delivery point at Mobile where their I
fruit would. be cared for and :
esses, that1 he was opposed to the I tell you. frankly you will not do it. Mr. his of flannel cargoes If havelands -J
'; .. Conne gets piece promptly and in 'fast time transportedto you you, ish to sell, lease or rent; ".
wure'on the ground :and,. for ,theason I. gentlemen. You will go back to. your goods, and most of the time .that '
uld interior points of destination.-Mobile or] you want ,to buy lands<<: for farming, grazing,. '
that U w "interfere with business and you will let the United
lies idle. If 'put
car goods were up
'la business! I announced a pur- States Government go to hell so far in packages originally and the par- Item. turpentining..or 'lumber purposes, .' .' .
ose to'call' the attention 'b'f the' pub- as you are all concerned! I wish I cels post was In effect, aU. these delays -- ;Write .to .5, l
A London doctor has written book "* *
a '
c to the malfeasance in office andde- knew how to-wake you up on a mat- would be obviated. Whenever the

an d' of the senate that the charges ter of so much importance to you alLI express companies or postoffice department telling "How to Liye Forever." One BLOUNT REAL ESTATE. OCX "'
11\'e good way is to get your name on the ':
that hundred .
gainst one of their"members be heard; figure there are want to destroy the. idea of .
;ibid' 'that 'U' millions of dbllars lost annually and government pension roll. Atlanta
was plaInly measure the parcels post, they' send. 'out" peti Journal. OCALA, FLORIDA.

ould! never be adopted if we made that you advertising men are the tions which stated that country mer- -- l r

ablic these charges. Notwithstand- greatest losers. This loss goes back
chants would be ruined if parcels post TO REMOVE -.
Lg. we did file the charges and de- fifty years. Fifty years ago we were his vicinity with the very class of

1 .nd the dismissal of Senator Platt. in a fair way,to have1,a post office. Re- would be, vastly FRECKLE and PIMPLES. :
i. chant benefited! H? The .
116. casq is i now before
mmlttee'd\wfll. perhaps; be heard England. The rate was a shilling a has vicinity with the very class of ,

uring the coming session. Postmas- letter for one hundred miles delivered goods that they most wanted. He I .NADINOLA. Cor. Fersjth and Cedar St. i '.

ar-General Cort you I is strongly inKayor 9 by, private carriage, When ao attempt could order these goods direct from I r THE COPLEXION BEAl'. 'IYUilio a-' JCKSOXVILLE. FLORIDA. "

of the Post'Check Currency system. was made to make a government post- the wholesale supply houses and receive I 1 :

You. 'doubtless well understandt office there were exactly the same arguments them promptly. He would not .- "

while the postmaster-general used as today with referenceto have to carry as large a stock of mer- 1I I Dealers in Wagons, Buggies Carriages, Surreys, ; :. G.; -

.ln favor: of such a measure. it is a parcels postIt would interfere chandise as he does today would not Road Carts, Harness, Saddles, Lap Robes Etc. ,

ifferent matter to get that sort of a with the private ownership of prop- have so much money tied up. We are ;;

easure through congress. I have been erty. Carry a letter for less than a spending twelve millions of dollars a I LARGEST CONCERN IN THE STATE AND' LOWEST/ PRICES.
of done. Article
It could not be
peatedly. urged'to" join 'the forces shilling? year in this countr yon the rural delivery -
ae Post check currency'with the par- after' afticle appeared in the newspa- system. What do these wagons .

els post people but have always de- pers to prove that a letter could not carry? Letters, newspapers, maga- .'.._' -- -' -- "-. '. h_ _-- _._ _-- ...-n _._ ____ _-'.. .. ___. .. ___. S
lined believing' that concentration of be carried for less than a shilling per zines. They could carry merchandiseto '

Tort was. more likely to bring about hundred miles. Fifty years ago the the farmer just as well. But this PRICE LIST OF '

etter results- than to scatter. Another express companies of this country brilliant postoffice department of ours EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR CO. -

eason: We absolutely cannot have awakened to the fact that in the nat- says that these wagons cannot carry ,
The Great Southern Mail Order House. '
parcels, post until' a new contract IsLade ural development of things. the Unit- merchandise. It would cost too much. f\ .,

with the railroads for carrying ed States Postoffice would sweep them Itis cheaper to run these wagons emp \+ EXPRESS PREPAID. Fall Quart .l easure. I

16* ma ls. Our present cost is about out of existence. They saw that they ty. / .,
Per Four Six Pen" ..
[40.000000 a' year. Careful estimates must try to get posses3ion of the post- THE NAD1NOLAODL Gallea S Quarts Quarts Cue
Hatchett's Prirale Stock.._ _.___....__._ \ '
1400 $6 00
dicate that at least $30.000,000 a offices. First it. was a lobby ta: con- Mr. Somerville spoke as follows: Formerly Advertised and..sold as J Hatcheit', That's Whiskey ___.__..._ 4 SO 46 691? 13 -

;ear should be saved to the people trol the Senate and House of Repre- I have just returned from England NADINOLANo Hatchctfs Old Rye....?_..__.......... ... .. ._ 320 320 481 .96 2. -7.
change la formula'or package jThe name Eureka N C.Apple Brandy......__._ ... .... .. 475 4 75 TOO 1400 .
he average'cost of transporting Unit- sentatives. Then they grew more Ingenious where I have been living for several only has been changed to uvutdtonfusion.as we N'C. Apple Brandy........ .__.._M_.__ __ 3>5 SIS 485 970'
I States of and their men into cannot afiord to have so valuable prepaiatlon .Eureka Malt ..;._,.......- ,...._.__.___........ 400 400 600 1200 -
is 7.9 they
mall cents a pound. put years. Over there, _we have an excel confused with any other Eureka N. C, Peach Brandy. _.....__.__.__,.._ 475 475 700 14 oo*
)proximately 8 cents. That means office. Madden is one of the tools .of lent'parcels post system which is givIng \T A1HNOLA is guaranteed. and money will be ..N cI'eaabBrandy .--... ... ......_._ 325 J'5 485 97 .
i 11 refunded in every case where it fails to remove Eureka C.(:. ,_._. ,
t N. )ru .. -__._ ...___ 3 "S 3 ZS -
60:'S.:!.._ton,r or $$.400 percar load of 40 the express companies. They have an great: satisfaction to 'everybody. Jreckles. pimples liver spots collar dis- Eureka :N. C.Corn,XJt .....oooo_..._ M"'._',....... 3 JO J 00 446o 970 900
1 '* coloratiotnssaUowness. sun tan. blackheads. Eureka N. C.Corn. XXX.. ..___ ___ j
There called. I believe, the Na- j 75 Z 75 4 IS 830 -
ns. are some cases organization 'Becausof: .this parcels post I have etc The in
disfiguraing eruptions worst cases '
urekaN.C.Corn. XXXX...__..._._....._.. 350 250 J 375 7SO' 1
here a small amount of mail is' car- tional Chamber of Commerce, and pay been able to get my chickens, and eggs twenty days. Leaves the skin clear soft healthyand ,Old Crow Bourbon.._ ..._-_ __._ 4 50 4 50 6 75 1356 '-
restores the beauty. of Jouth. Sunny Brook Rye... .__. ___....._
-- Z 75 3 75 565 1130 -
ed on a large yearly, appropriation able men to write articles in their behalf and the like from Ireland at about Price soc and Ii oo. Sol city by all I Sunny Brook Sour Mash ...M__....._____..._. 3 :'5 375 5 lis 1130
leading druggists or by mail. EchoS1 ....___.._ _.___
at runs the They put Loud of California into ) 450 465 690, 75
price per pound very half the price I paid for the same in Prepared only byNATIONAL
Silk Velvet..__. ..._ MOO _. ...-.. ". 5 00 5 Z5 7 85 1570ioa '
gb Tor1 Instance,. the mail for, TaU the Senate. They control postal affairs ,London. My doctor used to send medIcines :Oakand '::'_ .__.... _....-.__ 375 400 600 .

from San Francisco costs $7.50r and no. Postmaster-General has to me regularly by the parcels TOILET Paris Tenn.CO.. I Gin From $Z.50 to $3.5O per Gallon Delivered. .

pound 1'-0. that there, is a loss of ever dared to wage war on them. Oh post. It is decidedly convenient and Save twelve labels of Hatchett's Pnvate Stock and secure a bottle free. Save twelve

.18 on every pound. But the averagest the shame, of it, gentlemen and yet economical. and it is a surprise to me Sold In Ocala by leading drug stores. labels of Hatchett's Old Rye and secure a bottle free., Save twelve tables of Hatchett's -
That's Whiskey and secure a bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka N. C.
is about 8 ''cent per pound. Thisa you have only yourselves to blame because that it Is not In general use here. If Corn and secure a bottle free. Save twelve tables of N. C Apple Brandy aud reeare -
-I one bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free. Price of
wonderful round juicy plum toe will not make the good fight is twelve since I have -
you nearly years KimbaliOrgans all goods bought at company's store are 'JOC per gallon less than when delivered No -
railroad companies. ,and those whot for reform. It costs six thousand per been in America for any length of charee for ju !-boxes or,drayage. All of my bottles are full measure. AU standard
brands of win sies sold[ vcr my bar at loc per djink-10 from 5 leaves 5 for you. All -
an annual bite of this plum nattily cent more to send a package from time. I have had some opportunity of wines quoted on application We also carry cheaper liquors than those quoted
Sr-cial p ices on large quantities; packed any sizes desired. Money re "nded if goods S
New Jersey
dislike to see any change. Some New York to Newark looking >American advertising as : satisfactory. .

tlmator. connected with the parcels than it does to send the same packageto it i:; done today and I am proud of
st movement that 228,000- There is free delivery
computes Germany. the progress that has been made. In
Direct from Factory x35 W Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
'0 packages with an of 9 everywhere in Germany. Over there outdoor advertising have
average your you ... '- --- at i &:'>C l Z T- '':- ':! ,, ....,_..,........:........ ..,
unds each would approximately rep- you can send 110 Ibs. for CO. cents. Ypu gotten away from the use of the primary .'. WHOLESALEPRICES .n

sent the first years volume of bus- can send a package for a quarter of colors. I was going up 110th ,fiFf ( ..
: ii L On monthly "-' - _-- -. .. ----- .
--- ------
ess, and estimating at 8 cents per a cent a pound from one end of Germany street the other day and I discovereda : -- -
L f ments paY-I.

und wernment this would$188,160,000.apparently The cost gross the Hungary to-the a thousand extreme miles.end of Yet.Austro-here ilon'long series think of that painted one of signs the in primary whichI $2.50; SS quarterly I-:sr"r"r"'r"'r"!" " " ;;" " " " '''' I

upwards -
venue at the proposed rates would in America. we have postoffice department colors existed. They were 'all paintedin You can now buy the famous Kim- I -

$30,160,000 This would leave a talking of not being able to soft, harmonious beautiful tints. ball Organs. or the reliable Great I '
Western Organs direct from the makers i Cold 5
*s of $153.000.000 on the first year'\ handle packages at 16 cents a pound. The lettering of the advertisementswas at holesale factory prices. We Storage .

ircels post buin ss. :-:0when you You could bring fruit from San Francis most artistic and the subject matter will send them to reliable people anywhere I .

nsider that the present annual pos- for on extremely easy payment plan- I
il deficIt ranges: around $10,000.000 out of it too. at a cent a pound if siinj-le, dignified convincing. There $2.50 monthly and upwards. . i Of Meats ,, .

15000.000 it becomes painfully evi- transportation systems were what was none of the exaggeration and Operating the largest musical instrument :
factory In the world, employing I
nt that neither congress nor the pf- they should be. I had the whole post- 'spread-eagle? style of other days.'The the largest capital, buying raw ;: ;.: ,toI
would advocate such -a procedure office Department howling murder''i"ftel' typographical effects, as well as the material in the largest quantities forI I I -_ S
cash-the Kimball System of manufacturing .= 5-
am not ready to endorse the above I published the first: two articleson reading matter in your advertising in and distributing free We beg to Announce to the publie I

-tlmate, but I feel quit justified in postal reform in the Cosmopolitana magazines and newspapers have improved through our 200 supply stations, pos- IE.y v .--- -. .
tying tively saves purchasers $20:! to 550 on I :: ::::;
that under a fair contract with year or so ago. Thv replied by wonderfully also. The public .
first class organs.If :::: that we are ready to cure
railroads a parcels post could be numerous articles many published by has been educated up to a higher standard i you haven't any organ you want -- : "

tablished that would not only be the New York Times. The Times, by or the advertiser has' been forced I one. and you want an good one; a -' .
mere prety case with no music in it '
: .gustJn.. but bring a revenue to the way. is a favorite medium for the to adopt a higher standard and i I won't do. Secure at once the old -- t S MEATS. We guarantee :-:: -'

government and under the pro- publication of governmental articles the results are most gratifying. ButI Reliable Kimball Organ, at prices and -- --

fr hel new contract the earnings at particularly those written in defense do not understand why you have not very Send convenient today for terms.our money saving :: satisfaction and solicit your pat- .

t z Present rate of postage would of the Postoffice Department. I went invaded foreign countries more than plan and free catalogue. :-:: "

e14 a the American News Under no circumstances can you afford .. -1
very handsome clear profit down to Companyand you have. American advertisers who : -
to buy or consider any other or- S ronage.
1U1U3.11y to the department During said to :Mr. Farrell the manager, have applied American advertising to gan until you have our money saving -- :-::::

15 last year a movement has been on "You have the government privjlege English methods of doing business proposition. "" : \ --
The most inexperienced buyers' can '
lOt among retail grocers throughout of a cent a pound." "Yes," he replied. have invariably been successful in est trader or.as thoukh you-were herein : '

he country In'opposition to the est "You send out perio/iicals from here England. The number of American person you have our assurance that i .

blishment of a parcels post. Fear Is I at a cent a pound ''"Yes" he ans- advertisers who have not studied the each. organ will be selected by an ex- Ocala Ice

,. ''essed that under the parcels post wered. "How many?" I demanded. conditions abroad, or the ways of do- pert.A fine stool and music book freewith :

thrifty man would make his. pur- 'Sir. Walker," said he ';'the rate of ing business. and who have attemptedto each organ. : a'iH
Write today for free catalogue.ludden.Campbell.Smith '
L 1as5 from a city department store. a cent a pound is 'so high that fully back up against the stone wall of I F e'Co.' 1 ,

order to gather practical Informaon I 70 'per cent of our periodicals are sent British prejudice, is many. I do not CO. .

on the subject I instructed our _by express. We can't afford to paya think, that the manufacturers of. any -
[ ;
:!.esmen. throughout England. Scotj' cent a pound." The question of .
country are as thorougrly well posted :
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J "rnr"'nr''rnr11rnrnrnrnrnl'''' '' nn"1"r"rnrnrnrnrnrnr! I was reflected back by the clear water Worse Than Greek Meeting Grtek. ,
now rich with a rosy tint from the Strauss

cF t.IN SELF DEFENSE I deep primrose light that still lingered I Frank Walpole, the gifted editor of I

in the western sky. the Manatee Record, was one of the :

== '-- John bathed his ,face and hands most ardent advocates for, Mr. Jen- -

F = A Rural Story '( and tried to wash the blood stains ning's nomination for governor 'am ''ater

E= from his clothing which had been left was one of his warmest and steadfast Royal Reserve
there by his wound. Then returningto friends, but they had a misunderstanding dlh
Author "Tre.edi.. OoJt Hurst.". "Camilla.- "Won at Last Etc. the fallen tree he threw his weary and when friends tall. out It is |1 I

5:5 == S == body down beside it. worse than Greek meeting Greek as ,

The twilight shadows were fast the following item from the Mana-
deepening Into the more dusky shades tee. Record will show:

nl ill 1I11111IIIiLJlllll UU1UIUIU1UIUIUlll1H1l1UJU1UJll of night. The tall trees ,rose, quaint
JI1 Ex-Governor Jennings didn't seem LABORATORY.
... _......... ......... lU L OCiLA MINING
------------------------------------- .......n.w and ghostlike' towards the darkening'
to last long as vice-president of th P. SCHREIBER
x CHAPTER II. welled up' from Ms heart for having I sky with here .and there a pale start Jacksonville million dollar bank. It

'. The Tragedy. accepted the loan of It. He leveled trembling in the dim light. would be unkind to say that he wasn't Consulting of the Society and Analytical of Chemical Chemist Industry.Member Lon ,

Ho shadow of the the The still air was sibilant with the don. Eng. Member of the Ameaican Chem- '
near approaching weapon and fired. f worth the money as a lawyer and as ical Society.p. .
tagedjr, the falling of which would shrill voices of the frogs and tree n S
In John's unskilled hands the bul there were no convicts to let he was iox 703. S
the whole of John toads mingled with the sharper tre ; :<1-%.,
mange course I.orl to down :
guided more by chance than aim, up against it and had step ::5 "'r"-"
fcaer'B life, fell upon his heart as with sped on its ble of the Crickets. Fire flies beganto I and out. OCALA, FLA., Oct.w. l ill,.i' ';3 t
way. 1
r fade and shut their magic lanterns, p'..
step he trod the green path open
There wasa, sharp' cry of agony a 1 .-- Messrs. Strauss & Co, Wholesale Whisky
"-ding to the public highway. His and soon the somber forest glade was !;
muffled groan: and Bill Hamilton,, ..
.89&nt featured face betokened with bullet flecked and dotted with spots of lambent Do You Wish to Merchants, Ocala, Fla, "Jlt-! a
a buried in his heart fell *

thing except contentment as in ac- forward upon his face and expired I Incandescence. I Gentlemen.; In accordance with your F r
to his Despair and desolation! Poor John
paniment pleasant thoughts, before the smoke had vanished from l'

' Illae whistled a sweet refrain from the muzzle of the pistol still clenched i tried to think of some comforting MAKE AONEYGrowing nstroctions, I visited [your warehouse on It...

. :f +-ne popular melody of the day while In his dead hand. prayer or passage of scripture he had the 19th, instant, and personally selected .

: ilia poetic temperament rose In per- The beautiful learned to lisp at his mother's knee

- fist harmony with the beauties of na- snorted and reared bay and horse breaking plunged the, in the old sweet days of his childhood Good Watermellons from your stock a sample of"Strauss' !'

-.e so lavishly spread out before him bridal rein by which he was hitched which seemed so far so very far behind Next Year .

r this exquisite morning every him now but his confused brain
}' 1 galloped madly away. FROM EDEN SEED? Royal l Reserve"whisky '
toeath of which whispered to his soul For reeled and his temples throbbed with
a moment John stood paralyzed
*>a 5, to still" pain.
with horror at what he had done.
I: ... He crossed a small ravine and wasaweoding Then Oh the awful change which the last Ii the analysis of which shows it to
t suddenly realizing toe awful sit so I can help y"u start right supplying ,
,4 the gentle declivity on the few hours had wrought In his hitherto seed at a reasonable price. contain
uation :
he hurriedly restored Bob's pis- Last spring the ravages of rats forced me to
Apposite side. The hard gray road tol. with its happy and peaceful life! plant my watermelon crop three times before a
one empty chamber
wi now In sight winding Its way his Only yesterday morning he was at stand was secured. profile' mv melonaflpene Alcohol (by weight), percent. .. .. 36.66

,.ekrough the fragrant shades of thet1rmIe pocket; gave one pitying glance peace with God his conscience, and instead of too allowing late for them to decay shipment I saved seed and Alcohol (by volume), per cent.. . 43.61 f"k, .Y_ ,1
the face of
forest feet close the the still form at his I the whole world, with no forbodlags in.the shaped following,.sized painstaking and ripened:manner selected rIm mare perfectly Degree proof, per cent . . . .87.10 -

Clatter! Clatter! Clatter! by side of which a for the future and no care for th xetmelons,the first on live vine*. Residue on evaporation, p cent. . 0.660. ,tit -'
F small pool of bright red Both ends of each .melon were cut off and
r- John' stopped suddenly and lifted bad collected morrow. thrown away the melon split and the perfectly Ash, per cent . . . . .. 0.011
; and turning ehrudderlnglyI matured seed taken from the renter and dried Reducing sugar cent. . ..
per 0.225
kia head to listen tb the near ringing I he gathered Tonight he felt himself to be an with spehral care tto seed were saued fro m 4 t
ft a horse's hoots upon'the hard road, up coat and hatand outcast from human sympathy, des- decayed melonsI Volatile acids, percent._. . . . 0.027
fled Wildly from the scene. guarantee these seed to be strictly first class Amyl alcohol fusel oil
aid across his vision dashed the form titue, and homeless and at least twenty and as;good as have ever been grown.As ( ), per cent. . 0.073 -; w7;
I to I te6er to
my responsibility any mer
III a large handsome bay horse the i CHAPTER m. miles from human habitation.'As chantile: agencyjor responsible business concern The above results show the whisky to bea

Aler of which was a tall young man j I I Painful Reflections he lay there on the couch of .

whose age could not have numbered I I On, on, through brush over brambles moss turning his wretched conditionover 750 per pound carefully blended brand of high grade : ;

- 55 af than twenty years. quagmires and wet swamp land, and over In his anguished mind and that it has been disstilled from a clean pure grain*,

The rider was Bill Hamilton, and John ran. he at length resolved that let the The ,
amount of
fusel oil
of volatile acids is
tchtng Bight of John through the The sun had set behind great banks consequences be what they might, Henry D. Still very low,

Intervening tracery of green foliage i of gorgeously tinted clouds when torn with the morning light he would ral Bla( kville, S. C. Respectfully,

to reined up his horse suddenly and by briars and spent with fatigue had ly and his small remaining strengthand F. T. SCHREIBER, Che ;

; 'Rion turning' him from the rotuned clothing wet and muddy and stained drag his weary body homewarat a. Eden Seed:

down the path and drew fulisn 1 with blood from his wound he The resolution brought 'a touch of '

face to face with the young pe- length sat down comfort to his sore heart and then
to rest In! a deep FOUR FULL QUIRTS $3.50

tetrian. forest glade. dear mother nature took the wanderer PREPAID. _T .

A moat perfect specimen of physl- His seat was the trunk of a huge into her kind arms and hushed h'mto It WillPay

.?*1 manhood, such as Is IndigenouS tree which having stood for genera sleep, even as a human maths n

0 ._ state, noted for its wellbuilthardy tions a forest giant grand, now lay sooths the grief of her child with gen

ad men, and graceful women uprooted by tle touch, until Its sobs resolve them
some passing storm and

was Bill Hamilton. Six feet ,three. left to die the slow death of decay selves Into sweet dreams, upon her You STKAUSS & CO

t '.- fee stood in his stocking feet and no upon the banks of a limpid, babbling bosom. _
1 .?one Indian brave. fresh from his stream. After a sound sleep of nearly four

f : woodland haunts still indeteriorated John hours, John awoke with a woman's
I was little1! more than a boy, Sole Owners
i I y mental or social culture, could being Just nineteen screams ringing in his ears. IF You have any Real Estate Distributors.
years of age. Head ..
to sell
Mast of more sinewy muscles, a.keen- I always been noted in the .country He sat up rubbed h's eyes and listened i! OCALA.

r eye, more. graceful. limbs or adroit where he was born and reared for with, his sense of hearing-I 1 FLORIDA!

movements, than this young native of his genial and kindly disposition and strung to its utmost intensity. I I OR

: eorgia, whose dauntless "nerve" and loyalty to his friends. No small or, i "It must have been the cry of a -

sets of deviltry had of late raised the dishonorable deed had ever claimed panther" he had just assured him *

Migration of his peaceful neighbors him its self, when.the cry was repeated louder You're
as perpetrator of
and the splendid thinking coming McMillan
IF j BrOSeSouthern
w fever heat. character the boy had alwayf and shriller than before. to Florida for a.home.

"You young hound! I knew thatI borne made him an object of special "Oh! help! help help! For pity -

should soon catch up with you." Bill hatred to the Hamilton boys. sake, won't some one come to my OR
claimed, as he stopped face to face They had attended the same sistance?" as-I, Copper Works

with the object of his hatred. I cabin school with John, and, while log Clear and distinct as the tones ,of a I IF You desire to invest in any Manufacturers of

I -"Bill Hamilton, all that I have to there had never been any pretentions silver bell came the words of anguish kind of Florida property, Turpentine Stiland .

my to you Is that I will thank you of friendship, or attempts at comradeship over the still night air and John, with, General Metal Workers.

to get out of my way and let me between them, still up to an answering cry sprang t his feet TO SEE ;.

IBsa," John answered, flashing a pair the time of the Hamilton's arrest, they 'and ran down the road In the direction OR WRITEOCALA. '

c .f' soft brown eyes fearlessly up into had never been of the sound.with his heart throbs

fee angry face of his assailant."Yes'I'll open, and avowed enemies sounding in his,ears like the notes of J. H. UYINGH N Old Stills taken in .1-
( &SONS S exchange for new ones. Patching :4
let you pass when I have Merciful Heavens! and now the a muffled drum. through.th ya8pecialtyOrders "1
eaten within inch He dashed into by mail or
you an of your poor and waded across wire will receive :
S unrepenting soul of one of those
S prompt attention
Ka," retorted the the creek, the FLORIDA. at either of the .
young ruffianrough waters of which '
reached following
works _
youths had been sent in _
.. his clenched teeth. his knees, and followed ..
., the twlinkllng of an eye, clothed in 1 the road "-- "
-"What have I done to you, sir?" all its leading up the hill on the t
rags of depravity to stand before -, opposite FAYETTE ILlE
"awked John contemptously. the Judgment bar of God! side, being still guided by the sounds C. SAVANNAH, 6?

,What have you done to me, eh? Oh, I "Sent there all unsnmmoned, by mown y of anguish which had first aroused LUMBER : JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE AU

y.u are mighty Innocent all of a sud. right hand," mused John. "This him from his heavy slumber. i .. ,
lien. Forgot all about setting old Ad- (To be Continued. 111tOlCCII --
strong )
right hand, he continued, .
star on Jeff and me, haven't you? The turning the i I ." v ,., ---
member over and

std atuart man but thinks just that wait you till are I send mighty i II while he surevyed it critically in the Startling But True. I IHCESNEDDry 1. We Never
yolane u dim
light of the fast deepening twilight People the world over were horrified Disappoint our Patients1
to him with your hide beaten [i "that never before in my life on .learning of the burning of a Chicago Siding, Flooring and Ceilin :

faro a frazzle' and 1 reckon he will advise I was raised to harm a fellow creature; dred theater people lost in which their nearly lives, yet six more hun- B. w5BRfeaB defer hold Out False No! :'

you to mind your own businessereafter. !I and now It must for evermore bear than five times this number or over H. SeymourOcala l'bougleand Vtrlooeel.iI& ", I"
people died buslo.uJ Contagious Blood Toltn
I swore to get even with.y from pneumonia in return W1tholL'
the brand of Cain its mereuI' or mineral LOll of haste
once Chicago mtttu..J
pure during the f
, : u both..'and if I had my rifle with same- yeawith Fla. ? Ml; YlgorFoattivelyraredi Do. Imul.n'but pumaa. ,
surface. Oh, that I myself had been scarcely a passing notice. Every one I .... ..... ( \\\ laraof The Dr.Jt1nr Medical Co.11 an tnatltatioa organludllllde'0$
r me I'd till you full of buckshot right I of these rasps of u. .h hu the state of Gfirgl&
the murdered one., pneumoniu resulted < ".:' the tzutrueu and cue of
** I from a cold and f l1e"OUl&ll4chlOII10dll' Dr, :
.M'A.. could have y N E. KI": obi founder
: The young man burled his face in vented by the timely use of ChamKrlam's MclVER and :, \bysltstestes Wa1nIUtatJoo,Ie thechlefooasalitngap.claifat, Ochsc
"Bill, you are a low down I rJ faeotphyalclaasandsargeons.
coward f Cough
his Remedy. Our'DeceI.
hands and gave himself up to the A great many if hi the treatment of chrol114 dls.atle leYarM.
sad a contemptible bully" said John j who had every reason to fear ; led; 'Ire nee both a edtcsl sod electrical a enelea.
waves of pneu- I I
I,: despair, dashing ruthlessly | monia have warded it oft! Ourofticeure, equtppecl1l11b a.1 the galvaaic fsradie batkr'
.. by the lea
a tone of Xf.TfoieS ,
disgust he I ray and
: as turned and over his stricken spirit. prompt use of this remedv. ThA f'"L I OODtrtUJl08 00'1&0 tbe t'1nSell tars Ia fact every elertrttll
: ducked his head under the bushes in 1 rowing is an intsance of this' m o dern',
"The man was sort: .mploJ acne h the Ia
y '
yir deadly assail- i "Too trained and
much x-annot be said .L3tyJ. emoteD' aL endsata. :s/
rder to pass the horseman. in favor aDd licensed regularly gasilfsd gtadna
ant. You killed him in of Chamberlain's Cough Ph1l1dlDl being la cbra.
55 pure Remedy and wtrep
Bill sprang from his saddle. j especially for colds employ! IIQ ailstading 1IIe&u Co ..can pdteab .,.
and were perfectly justifiablein l and inlluen'za. I tk'1 a e-noC.0. U.'set UIIuted fori'.eratareateseatw,
a "Hold on!" he, cried, aa he drew I j know that it cured my daughter, S ytL htslaatntioa. Oar knu 1Orareaimtateveragefrnolla
the act for which you will not beheld J Laura, of a severe cold lollO.oo pe,IDODtt.medldon IDclude4) ...
and I believe I &114'Ir.fI" '"
sewn his horses I sure of II
rein and proceeded saved her life care within lpedtM&tm.
accountable by God when she
nor man. was I
.. fasten them to threatened with -aw. =
a hickory sapling. pneumonia.
These comforting words were borne : Wilcox, New York D. "j
"This score has got to be settled righthere Into his distracted gists. old by all drug- I i DIRECTORS. q-j*B5SSBS35SLIVERY
and senses as though I In uxru.cun i
now. .
S some pitying angel had whisperedthen --- I I -I- N. K. KINa" IA. Do Noee Ttuoas, Bead ana Luql. 1 Irlseaw, tre :
ChI'oDlo arb
"Very well said John, coolly, turn- The Roof Did Not Fall. CHtE' CoNIA.YIIIGI 01l0..e. o. Women &I ,
in Pwysc.i.
tender :i
as the soft Have full stock llnnatnrslD'sohugeaandleeswaknases
a of Coffiun
[ Casket I fWe.fa.
5- tag back* and straightening up his lullabies sang to the little birds, I I and Burial Outfits HDtcial'given ? Wr-.te lend onnzUIeemrsttarri :ludingsymptomUaht 11 yea are sick irk me 0. ,..,... "

4term.. "1 am ready to settle it. Are in their leafy beds, by the soft night snug At last a woman has argued a case I! Burial services. to I Iu II Ii -ODe CONSULTATION EXA.WNATION AND ADVrCI7FRE&IMt... _

you armed?" wIr ds. |.I before the Supreme Court of the United Embalming to Order KING MEDIOAL CO., YulettYs'a.: dTtltr1C ; Atlanta Ga.
"No you young cur! Had I I States and
the I
John root of the old
Y thought of his gnetle, affec- = .1
armed would Senate S __ ::
you have died with | chamber where |
your tionate mother, than whom no man the court meets I ------- ---.. -
S. S ''hoots on the minute after you called ever possessed a better, or truer; and i In Washington has not fallen in. Woj I j Jerry Burnett ---- -
me a bully and a men began '. I.
coward retorted Bill to be
of his stepfather, Sheriff Adrian, to admitted as practitioners | D. W. Tompkins
John jerked psT his in
coat and threwit the
whose Supreme Court many r ri
generosity and kindness were I J
with his hat upon the ground. due the fact that he had never known years ago, but no woman has ever 1 1I i Merchant r Sua.... 10 ,

: "Come on, we will fiht it out," he the desolation of the fatherless. I I stood up and conducted one of those j j I Ian..t &. Company.I .

ried. making a dash for hla adver Haw distressed his mother and animated conversations with the big I i I

> sary's throat. gentlemen in blank which is Tailoring. I J 4
kind friends must be concerning him I gowns I k The Plageee tf HlllROnI
In the twlinkling of an eye Bill's and unless he returned'home and informed I called arguing a case in the Supreme -S .

right hand flashed around to his hip them how this great sorrow Court room. It fell to the lot .of Mrs. Ocala Florida. I j flu Main g'MeYed In n ,.r ,..:

pocket There was a quick gleam of Belva Lockwood t
befell him they might remain in ig- pioneer woman Finest Imported des
ands aM
.: hurnlshpd metal flashing in the'morn lawyer in ltl..111 T- ',r,
to this
norance pf his fate forever; unless, as Washington, perform Domestic Cloths. I
ing sun. then"upon the still air a sharp was indeed probable he was apprehended feat and she is said to have acquitted v t thQ eaa Beg tM letter I. t" I.tk R

report rang out and a bullet herself Tallahassee Cutting
whizzed wonderfully. a !
and"dragged back to Specially l'Nr
be put 1 +eM"'+1tMylU tile I
past John's head, carrying' Capital. Fits ItIcUl'I.r
away the on trial for his life; as though he Guaranteed. ,
} utside of his left et.a u.-
rim ear. were "---- ewlr Yl"'fulu wtll! h"' 4
r" a common, cold blooded murderer. --
"You knave! Frightfully Burned. ,
lying cried John John .
shuddered at the thought. lIe at 1M
"p .
+ (
7(11U. t
aut !t<1 !:,
ducking his and
bead dodging the was weak and half famished, and get- Chas. W. Moore, a machinist of

now fast flying bullets. ting up went down to the edge of the Ford frightfully City burned Pa. In had an electric his hand fur Education by Mail t i ?lkt', Uhf I. .. .. .. out If sof

Guided ,
by the Instinct of
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stock dr has ciropped out and yielded More About Our Postal l Anomaly -tJrofe55ion d. :

- \ Y : truck farmer ..... ..... ""- ........ ....... rndJendeu
his place to other breeds. ..The breeds -r-- Under and by virtue of a cetarin
decree in Chancery made and enteredon *-. D 'CUYL; UDUIiSi. t'.B'-AL&.. \ :
knows that have succeeded the native' stock Over 31,000 rural free delivery ..
(or ought to
1J the 24th day of January 1906. by II ... 3L4LOCK.Overilunroe .
and which succeed perfectly are thc routes are- now in operation in the the Honorable W. S. Bullock. Judgeof 1 I .''. .. BANK DPOSIr
know that POTASH the circuit court of the Fifth I I $5,000
) Judicial Dent't.s.
BerkshIre Poland-China, Essex'and United States, and the number Increases R. P. Fax. Put
circuit of norida'sittIng & Chambliss 8.21:1ala,Fla. titha
- indispensable for the Duroc red. These breeds are as fast. They are -the most recent in Chancery for Marion county, iu a --. ----' and cheiput on earth. Do'il 4*:, Wife' '*Pf

: pro- successfully raised here as in any postal'development. and a commendable certain cause therein pending wherein E.BIJGS. GEOaGI ,IU.u..BUSttlSS CtUJCE .....14
Gordon S. Scott, as Receiver of the 1:i
icing good-paying truck'rops. idea. But restric- -- -- --
country. And all hogs are much less 'singular Ocala Building and Loan Associationis

susceptible disease than in any oth- ions are imposed on the service. complainant and Herman Moses -\1' rOHEY.Xf'-L ttv, NOTICE.

and others are defendants I will. on (Office in Gary-Agtew block.: -'
section of. Congress will not allow rural car-
er the _
Monday, the OCALA. II'.0 IUj,A Notice of Application for fan D.*4
: A liberal quantity of I This Is another industry closely allied riers to deliver a parcel of merchandise 5th Day of March, 1906, Under Section 8 ChapUr 8664,

I_ I to stock-raising, and a necessarj except on payment of 16 cents a the same being the first Monday in M. THOMPSON. Laws of Florida.
_ JOTASH with the month and a legal sale day. offer J Notice is hereby ptvn that Ttera
ample adjunct to the all-round_ profitable pound postage, and the weight must for sale to the highest and best bidderfor Lawton purchaser of Tax C.$.. *

of acid Increased in importance in the last not exceed pounds. On such a 4- cash. before the court house PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Office : No. 196. dated the 2nd dr JwfclC
lounts phosphoric door In Marion County, Florida, between over Tea-pot Grocery Opp, M- nte*\! na. D., 1903, has ftted U4 rllnrti t.
six or eight yeai'.* Fifteen to- twenty pounds parcel the postage is 64, the legal hours of sale, the following OCALM11. FLA, I my office, and has matH *ppM uJ*.

I id nitrogen, is vital to years ago- a considerable number of which is ordinarily a prohibitory rate. described lands in Marion for tax deed to IMIM !a .,...**

thoroughbred Jersey Ayreshire Al- I The same 4-pound parcel can be mailed County, Florida, to-wit: FDWJN SPE ':ER. with law. Said certlftcau nW*a
iccessful truck growing. The northwest quarter of the lot the following deocrited property .&

derney ,and some Holstein and Durham to England, postage prepaid, for 49 or block of land lying immediatelysouth AT'MRSEY.A'r.I A W uated in Marion county, Florida. *-

bulls and introduced cents. Apparently Congress has not of and adjoining the lot or blockon wit: Northeast quarter .except IIVI
cows were
.,"Truck Farming,'! an interesting book which the Ocala High School OCALA. :o-8--y. FLORIDA acres section 23, towrwMp 1$. ..u1 .
[ealing with practical truck raising and valu. into the state, principally in the section heard of this remarkable absurdity.At Building now stands and is erected, Range 22 East 12, .(..... The ai4

. ible truck farmer will be lying between the Suwannee and .all events no legislative remedyis I and being bounded on the north by J E. CHASE land being assessed at the !*!. *| U.
to sent to
every South Sixth street; on the east by lot issuance of such certificate ta tht .
r rmers on request, free of any cost :orligation. Apalichicola rivers. in sight. The subject appears to of land heretofore sold to E. H. Hel- DENTIST, name of Thomas Jam.*. UnteM.... '

The effect 'of this was very soon noticeable be' sidetracked, sess"Ion'after session.. venston by the Trustees of the said OCALA PL certificate shall be redeemed acoertf

\ Each rural free delivery carrier Ocala High School; on the south by ing to law, tax deed will isu tfcertea
in the betterment of the mIl
Address. GERMAN KALI WORKS.. lot belonging to Mrs. Musie Bullock, on the 29th day of January. A. 9.
;ew York-93 Nassau Street. or stock by grading up till now a very serves an average of 123 families and on the west by Pond street or CARLOS L. SISTRDNK.ATTORNEYATLAW.. 1906. .

I Atlanta. G..-Z2X So. Broad Street. mile so much thereof be suffi- Witness my official signature sad
large percentage of the stock and esPialJy a twenty-five route. Congress as may
cient to satisfy the said final decree .. this the 27W day of Dtcealxr A.
------- that ut-ed for dairy purposesare TV ill not permit him to convey parcels Room gal
and costs of court. 4, MBS-UIC Bulldinz 1905.

FLORIDA FOR STOCK RAISING.! either thoroughbreds or high except at ridiculously high rates, H. M. Hampton, [SeaL] S. T. PISTRUNKi
1-26- Special Master inChancery. Clerk Circuit Court. Marten Oeuaty
grade, of one or the other breeds nor take baggage, nor give room to MISS B. N. SINCLAIR, Florida. I*.?! ;-
Neither. too Hot nor too Cold-Water mentioned, but chiefly Jerseys. At a passenger. So the carrier at presentruns __-

Abundant-Can Pasture a Herdof this time. however high grade and his wagon with possibly a' load Assessor's Notice.I STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER.and NOTICE.

_ 3,000,000. ,thoroughbred cattle are to be foundin of 20 pounds of letters, newspapersand will be at the following places on Notary Public.

'Of nearly 35,000,000 acres of land every section of the state and the circulars. In many cases the time specified to receive returns of Special attention to out of Town Work 1. Tans are due and parable oa tbt 'rll

surface in Florida, about 4,500,000 industry in paying handsome profit load is not over 2 pounds. Each wagon property Meet me and with agricultural correct descriptionsof statistics. Commercial Bank, ,- Ocala Fla )Monday November ol each year.
2. Personal I id poll taxes mut be paid at th
,acres are included in farmn, ImproTed on the investment. The business: is run on this Chinese wall system your' property and you will never same time that real estate U paid oa.u a.

and unimproved thus leaving over teadily increasing, yet the demand is nets an average loss of $1 a day. have any trouble. sessmenu to the tame party.
February, 1906. John Temple Graves has been relieved 3. If possible come in person to par ?..
: 30,000,000 acres available as grazing far greater than the supply the dairy The postal deficit last year was $14- Central, 2, a. m. taxes. Paying by mail or through other pa*,.

lands for cattle and sheep. It is not men of-the state not being able to 000,000, and is estimated at $13.000.- Geiger 2 p. m. V by the courts of his duty as is frequently unsatisfactory.
McIntosh, 3, p. m. 4. benyoueometopayy lazes bnar
editor of the Atlanta News. The a
to be interfered from this that no supply more than 10 per cent. of the 000 this year. Is it any wonder, with Shady Grove, 5, a. m. gen- description (rom your deed or latest us recam

_cattle or sheep are raised in. Florida, quantity consumed.Last the management that establishes 31- Santos, 5. p. m. '. tleman's candidacy for the senate is ofwhatyouwishtopsyoa.
Belleview, 6. j. Don't wait till last few days of time to
beginning to wear the aspect of com My.
for in reality there were on the ranges year the milk disposed of to 000 rural delivery routes and. at the Pedro 7, a. m.'r '- then expect the best service either by mad er

last year in round numbers about consumers amounted to a little more same time, exercises great ingenuityin Levon, 7, p. 'm. edy. -Tampa Times. in person. 1 he raJi U then oa and delays are
\ unavoidable You must tate your turn M U
(0,000,! cattle. What we want to show than 3,600,000 gallons, valued at $890- preventing it from doing much of Candler Summerfield 8, p.8,m.a. m. '- comes,

that there is abundant room for 3,000- 000, the butter produced the same anything? A new Congress* will be Oklawaha. 9 p. m. N,' NOTICE. &sessed.6. You must you wish nave to your trout property trouble property la peyaeat! a*.

000 herd In place of the small number year amounted to nearly 600,000 Ibs elected next fall. Voters along the East lake, 10, a. m. of taxes. The collector cannot alter the .*...
Wiersdale, 10, p. m. I In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial ation or description of asseannenu found on ike
noted here. t is for the purposq of and sold at something over $140,000, rural routes should ask candidatessome Linadale, '12, a. m.' r '*: Circuit of Florida, In and tax book. Eo I.CARNEY.Tax collector

demonstrating to the thousands of This was the produce of 25,000 cows pointed questions on this subject Drawdys, 12, noon. ft* for Marion County-In 0275 lit Marion County.Ocala FU.
Moss Bluff, 13, a m. -.
people who are interested in stock- of all grades but really the product of -Oakland (CaL) Index. I Electra, 13 p. m. t Chancery.
raising outside of Florida that we I about 7,000 cows of improved mil The friends of Mr. Emmett E. RobInson Lynne, 14, a. m. NOTICE OFAPPUCATION FOR LEAVE
I to him back in Grahamville, 14, 1 to 3 p. m. .I Nancy A. Jones, Complainant, vs J. TO SELL MINOR'S UNO.UQTICEIS .
statements to to are glad see [
make these prove stock. That there is an opening here: Connor, 14, 3 to 5 p. m. B. Jones, Defendant Order for constructive -

them that it is not necessary to go to for many times the present dimensionsof Ocala. He has been with Mr. Richard Churchill 15, p. m. service. HEREBY N THAT ON THE
and that Eureka, 16, a. m. It la ordered that the Defendant- Ih 20th day olDecember A. D
the bleak northwest or the far south- this is and Hall in his Tampa office now 19050 I will apply -
industry easily seen 1
Daisy, 16, p. m. herein named to-wit: J. B. Jones be toIthe Honorable Joseph Bell o.tanty ji4e
west in order to make stockralsing the facts as we have breifly given Mr. Hall has moved his offices backto Fort McCoy 17 a. m. and ha is hereby required to appearto In and for Marion county state 01 Florida.. at

successful and highly profitable in- Ocala, Mr. Robinson has come up Pine (school house) 17, p. m. the Bill of Complaint, filed in this his office 111 OCala,fu said CDQQty, for MI f w*
a them can be verified at any time.-C. cause on or before Monday, the authorIzing me u guardian ol the minor wfe.
and has .h1s same position with Mr. Orange Springs. :21. p. m. liam Ross Chambers, to Mil at private sale *
above c
dustry. Having the vast area F.'Smith, Secretary Jacksonville Boardof Citra 22. 5th day of March, 1906, following property belouginj to aM estate to-

stated unsurpassed in extent and suitability Trade in Baltimore Manufacturer'sRecord. Hall. Sparr 23. v It la further ordered that a copy wit: Twenty chains square la the aaftfcc*
-J' Anthony, of this order be published once a cornerof the Arredonda Grant ia Section twen
for the raising of live stock of I 24.March, 1906. week for four consecutive weeks in ty (20 Township twelve (u) south, luce

every kind it would seem unaccoun-. I Pittman's auction sale starts Sat. Ocala, from 5th to 31st. the Ocala Banner a newspaper pub twenty one (21) east,containing forty (ic) acres
I urday, February 17. Ushed in said county and state. more or less.
table that this industry should so long I THE AMERICAN GIRL. Alfred Ayer Assessor. This 19th day of January 190S. Said land belonging to the said minor, to W
l-12-tf. ; sold for the best interest of said minor fieu
remain in a comparatively chaotic or Florida Phosphate Shipments for 1905. S. T. Sistrunli.Clerk This the isth day of Novemocr. 190$.

passive condition. A reasonable solution -The Ocala Banner was the first NOTICE. Circuit Court, Marion County, 11-17 MARY G, CHAMBERS, Guardian.
Florida. .
to the trouble would seem' to betwotold newspaper in the United States, so far The following table shows the Edwin Spencer Complainant's Solici
Notice is hereby given that on the
: First, ignorance, of the true, as we know, to reproduce Hon. Zeke amount of Florida hard rock phosphate 7th and 8th of February, 1906, the tor. l-26-5t ADMINISTRTAOR'S NOTICE. '

situation on the part of those people Chandler's speech on the "American Board of County Comissloners of Mar- I
_ shipped from the state during ion county, Florida. will be in session I XTOTICfi IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
in other states interested in such matters Girl since which time it has had a
the past year: to receive and consider plans rand 11 persons whojhold claims o(aD7 kind apiaat
mainly because the real condition run in nearly all of the newspapersof specifications for a new court house tile estate of James Hatton Howard,late o?Marion .
Port Inglis Savan Fern for Marion Florida to be county deceased, ta present the aaae for
has never been placed before the country and has called forth all' county. I payment, duly proven. to the andcrsignee administrator .
Januar8,950 18,591 2,500 erected on the public square in Ocala. within the time prescribed
them in a proper and attractive form; sorts of comments.The February 10,900 12,497 12.750 at a cost of from $50,000 to $65,000, and and in default thereot this notice will be by pt law..*.

second, because of a certain sort of Muncie (Indiana) Star, for in- all architects are invited to submit edinbar of such payment My pobtoffice/ ...
March 15,205 18,869 23.5SO plans and specifications by that time.H. dress is Grahamville,Fla.
prejudice that exists in me minds of tsance, has said that this speech has W. Long. Nov )th. 1905.; HATTON HOWARD.
April' 7,900 16,037 13,720 Administrator of the estate of
many persons, to the effect that the caused southern people, strangely Chairman, Board of County Commissioners Howard. James?HUUa lit
May 21,352 18,281 9,125 ot Marion county, Florida.
goowing of stock cannot succeed in enough, to turn their gaze aside on June 14.278 13,415 7,390 Attest: S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk. 1-12-41

what they are pleased, though erroneously meeting the clear eyes of American NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SAlt'
18,151 5,880 2,100
of Ocala'scolored ..
M. Benton
Dr. HA. one
to call a hot climate, scrouged girlhood. The editor says "such 3
August 14,100 9,688 13,185
kind fatalto when physicians, is in trouble. He 1,
of a
with insect pests every speeches are only justified AND BY VIRTUE OF A.CERTAIN:
the animal life. In the first Instance man goes and communes with the September 19,753 25,386 bought a vehicle in Live Oak and gavea 'Tb.rul'I..reUcCaU ratter..ioU I.di.tlak4_ UNDER rendered bY t be Honorable W.S.
October 18,943 12.342 1,000 Slatri thin .(Mf ether mike of patirmi. Thi U Bullcck judge ot the circuit court of the Sftk
in which he had no .
people cannot know the truth stilly night where nobody can hear : check on a account et thd itjrle accuracy iiid iiraptwlty.3Icr judicial circuit of the state of Florida. smlsciat
November 17,940 14,639 12,593 funds. He arrested and in default : II'. ltlauI.'ITtItlIrew.f; ( Fa.kI akM) chancery for Marion county in a certain
was cawe
simply by intuition and second. thereis him save the bats and katydids. I more.ubacri en than any oth.r Lit** Magatms. 0. pending therein wherein
December 17.750 14.604 6,280 locked His )ru',tjMcnptioa (((12 numkcri)mts 30 cci t. LatCh James E. Chace u
i absolutely not the slightest foundation Another editor says, 'Hhey do muchto of bail was up. i number" 5 cea'.. Evcry5b.cTihcrjeIaaka1t Fan complainant Annie M. Chandler and Hairy
afternoon procuredbail ura Fr... Sutacnfce 'Ma,. W. Chandler are defendants, said decree Mir
for such belief. The truth is "confirm the impression that.highly friends yesterday I I.", AftBUWaaUJ. HanJ.s.pcs.1a.w rendered on the 18th day of November. A. ..
Pt. Tampa Brunswick liberated. The of 1905. I will offer for sale and will
for him and he was liberal caik cn uuoa. Patitn Catalog"! Ch sell U tte
the climate of Florida is an ideal one embroidered, candied and redundant January I .....) i.4 FfMtvn .ta1.va (.afa( 4** rum4acat highest and best bidder for cash at public eat
for stock raising. In southern FlorIda oratory is peculiar to the south. and date of his trial has not yet been fix- i free. AUra*THE MeCALL CO.K.*T tm cry before the court house door(south)111 Cuts.
February 6,868 1,202 Marion county Florida between the legal hesrsot
is found the greatest grazing region that it is impossible for a southernman ed. sale on the first Monday in January, A. P,
March 6,636 1,550
I 1906; bWlt:
east of the Mississippi. The to make a speech without hb STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING.
April 13,954 6,999 The famous Buster Brown Blue January ntt 1906,
kill grasses. which grow as green in audience getting stunned by an avalanche I the followingreal situate
property all
May 4.779 Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at
kill grasses, which grow as gre enin of the pearls and nosegays of I The annual meeting of the stockholders being in Marion county. Florida to-wu: 'I
June 11.616 2.513 the Fair Store. x Lots three(3) and four(4) of block twenty-
January as in June. and where goo< rhetorls." of the Ocala Foundry and Machine eight(as) of Old Survey of Ocala.. excetung
July' 4.382 forty (40) feet and
east west
water is in bountiful supply at all The Muncie Star ends its column 397 2,402 1 works will be held at the office of the feet north and south ia the by southwest seventy-two*riel tnl

seasons' of the year. Even the longest editorial with the following.. : August Wears the sals agent fer the celebrate company in the city of Ocal, Fla,. on of lot three (3). or so much thereof a* may
September 8,988 2,617 necessary to satisfy said decree and costs.
drought known has failed to pro- "So far as Zeke is concerned, he can Genuine Earpen Leather a oo.s. Ocala Far Wednesday, 10th January, 1906, L W VUV AL.

duce a scarcity of water.It rest assured that his 'American girl' October November 2.003 nitire Co. I' at 11 o'clock a. m. for the election of ALtRED& DAVIS.Special Master in Chancery

is never hot enough ,0' injure speech is going "to follow him throughthe 1 officers and transaction of other'busli SOlicitors for Complainant. 121
December 6,159 6.529 i
stock and insect pests are only trouble- remaining years of his life and ;i ness. Above sale has been postponed t*

some during parts of the months of track and haunt him to his grave. It ;, N: W. HARlSO Monday, Feb. 5, 1906. 4
Summary.Port L. W. DUVAL
May and June after which time they is on his trail now pale as a ghost CHAS. E. THOMAS. Pres.
; Inglis . ... . . 185.211 Special Master in Qhancery.:
disappear In this country it is neverso with rainbows in its hair and star- Sec. 1-5-lt
Savannah . . .. . . .180,219 Ferry's Reeds are best tiecaaw Uuiccttsful I
cold as to require housing. and fire in its eyes, while back of it is the years have teen put in ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE OF FINA
Fernandina . .. .. . .'. .115,837 their deeiupment-baIt a century -
feed does not have to !>o grown for American girl, laughing fit to kill her- of expert care m making them TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.- DISCHARGE.
Port Tampa .. .. .. . 65,767 superior to all otlnwe j
the self." are petihgu in prowing i NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.United .
winter The grow
use. grasses Brunswick . .-.. . . 23,812 flower and vefraMe st-fd Ia County Judge's Court. Marion County
winter round, and stock thrives on it I. l!>0fl e4 Amnval free. I Florida. Ia Re Kitate of j. *. Edward.

territory Our News Service. 0. M. FERRY& CO., States Land Office, Gainesville, Deceased.
at In all
all seasons. Tidal for 1903; . . . ..570.846Chamberlain's ; Detroit, Fla., Dec 18 1905. .VOITICE IS: HEREBY GIVfeN TO ALL
the water never fails, as it does in the After all the news service of the .Mich.p ., I .1 whom it may conceru that on the
west-Texas for instance where herds Ocala Banner is not so bad. If the IS HEREBY GIVEN ut ddl nf JUlIe A.D.1906.
Cough Remedy theMother's p NOTICE the undersigned will apply to the HOL Joseph
must be driven many miles to stag- Times Union of Friday-is scanned It. Favorite. compliance with the provisions Bell,judge 01 said court. as judge of probate

nant water holes while thousands die will be seen: that its leading news The soothing and healing Properties of the act of Congress of June for a final discharge as Administratrix of the
of this remedy. its pleasant taste 3, 1878 entitled "An act for the sale eitaieoi J. F. Edwards. deceased and at the
of thirst on the way something wholly item reads as follows: and prompt and permanent cures have same time I will present to a."d court my bal
)f timber lands in the States of California account?as administratrix of said estate,' and
Fire in Transport at made it a favorite with people everywhere -
unknown here. In Florida the hun -Disastrous a>k tor their app/o It is especially prized by Oregon Nevada and Washington '
Dated this Nov. 28. A. D.
dreds of springs, creeks, rivers, anc"lakes her Docks in San Francisco. If you mothers of small children, for colds, Territory," as extended to all n 1905.- C. EOW AItDS.

that never go dry furnish the scarf"the Ocala Banner of the same croup and whooping cough, as it always the Public Land Slates by act of August As Administratrix Estate ol J, f. E-lwards de
affords quick relief. and as it ", ceased. I22tM
fresh water convenient to every pasture date, you will see the following' news other harmful I 4, 1892. John D. Robertson, of
contains no opium ttr ----
or range every moment of the item. "Transport Burned. Vessel drug, it may be given as confidently. Y WATERMELONS{ I( ( Ocala county cf Marion, State (or NOTICE ------

time; in fact it is an undisputed truth Which Was to Have Taken Uncle to a baby as to an adult. F<>r sale bj Territory), of Florida has this day filed PUBLICATION.

that there is. not a spot in the whole Sam's Troops to the Philippines, Burn- all druggists.., -,- in this office his sworn statementNo. Department Gainesville of the, Ma.Interior, Nov .Lat 25 ice a

Good in Growing Large Wa- S34: for the purchase of the East 1905.
at San Fra 1ciseo. .Money
state that, surveyed from a common ed Pittman's auction sale starts Saturday NOTICE ISHER2BY GIVEN THAT TKEr
running In the Times Union of the same February 17.We termelons.I one-half of the Southeast one-quarter. named se' er has filed notice of
center miles around
from five ,
his lutentinon
---- Northwest quarter of Southeast quar- to make final proof in support .(
water will not be encountered, and date is also the following: "Governor have been planting each year his claim and that.aid proof will be made Ve
have been reliably informed ter and Northeast quarter of South- fore Clerk Circuit Court,t Ocala, Fla.,on
as water is the most important factor Swanson i* Inauguratell.1rginia's for several years, from 70 to 100
No. 5 in
that the Pearson Oil Company have west quarter of Section January. /yii6t
in the makeup of a successful New Governor Delivers Address UrgIng the acres in :Eden variety of Watermelons Township No. 18 S. Range No. 20 E. viz:josepw#.nith.r.rf Summet1i td. Fla.Hd Xo.
struck oil out on Cannon I'laceseven
29463, southeast
stock-raising country we lay this Progress and Development miles north of Crystal River and have made'good money and will offer proof to show: that the and.>uth west quarter quarter of southeast southwest quarter q-arltr sec.

special stress upon this feature.Ve in the Ocala Banner of the same dateis .every 5 ear. I secured good ; Jand sought is more valuable for its tion 28,township 17 south, range 23 east.
This news is no more than what we
the following: "Governor ClaudeA. timber or stone than for agricultural He names the following witnesses to prove hit
know of no other section of the country Eden seed to begin and have : continuous residence
expected. They had gone down fifteen upon and cultivation of
.- that can say as much. Swanson was Inaugurated Today improved them each year, by Selecting purposes, and to establish his claim said land viz: DeWitt Smith. of Oxford. Fla.
hundred feet when they struck genuine : to said land before Clerk Circuit courtat Pack Morer. Summerfield Fla, Sam Merer'
Sheep have done well in all sectionsof Governor of Virginia in the Presenceof my seed from only large of Summerfield, Fla;, R, D. Morer., Summer
unadulterated fluid. Crystal Ocala, Fla., on field Fla.
the' there are some localities Thousands bf People. and well shaped melons, I have
state, though River News. ./ Monday, the 26th day of Feb., "06.I 12 1 W. G. ROBIXSOX. Rrjister.NOTICt. .
better adapted to sheep husbandry Really the news service of the Ocala them dried in the shade, which
| He names as witnesses.
than others. The large flocksare Banner is quite excellent.. It beats no will when properly planted always I
The Yellow Fever Germ ,V' L. Brooks, of Holder, Fla. .

found in west Florida but there service all to death. has recently been discovered. It bearsa come up as they are sound and I L. W. Brooks, of Holder, Fla.I -
resemblance to the malaria fever
localities in the far eastern andsuthern close full. I have 1500 Ibs. of choice of Iverness Fla.
are garm. To free the system from disease S. P. Potter, In the Circuit Court of the Filth Judicial Circuit of

prortions of the state where Pointed Paragraphs.A germs. the most effective remedyis seed to offer at 50c per lb. When I S. S. Savage of Ocala, Fla. Florida in and for Marion County.-In Chancery.

the great prairies furnish fine pas- small man dodges when he meetsa Dr. King's New Life Pills Guaran- you send your order for seed and Any and all persons claiming adversely Arthur Lewis Lewis Defendant Complainant.der For Constructive vs. Elizabeth
teed to cure all diseases due to malarial
sections of great opportunity. wish to do I will instructyou the above described lands are Service.
tureage: in fact, in every poison and constipation. 25; cts. me

.. the state there are large areas of land A bank note often supplies the key- at Tydings' & Co.'s drug store. m how to prepare, fertilize and requested to file their claims in this IT L herein Is ORDERED named.to-wit THAT:Elizabeth THE DEPENDAN1 Lewis oe and

admirably adapted which are now note to the situation cultivate. Let your order come in office on or- before said 26th day of she is hereby required to appear to Pittman's auction sale starts Sat February. 1906. complaint in this cause on or before
:. used for sheep' pasturage. You may lead a fool_ to wisdom but urday, February 17. at once. I sold the same kind of W. G. ROBINSON Register. Muitdaf, the sth day February, Ji.D.,",.

? Hogs are raised as successfully and you cannot make him think. seed over S. C.. Ga.. and Fla. last This notice must be published oncea It is further ordered that a copy of this erderbe

::: other Xo. Alonzo, sour grapes were never Judge and Mrs. W.. S. Bullock, who which satisfac- published once a week for eight consecutive
;:: than In perfect
; : probably cheaper any year gave week for nine consecutive weeks in weeks in the Ocala Banner, a newspaper published -

,''"-;.. country. The famous "razorback. of known to cause appendicitis. spent most of last week on the island.t tion. a newspaper published nearest the in said county and state
; This 14th. day ot Nov.
..fwhich so' much has been heard in connection A girl is never' loved any the less Cuba, are now at Nassau for a few land and must also be posted in a. (seal) 1905.S. T. SISTRCNK.EDWEI .

; with Florida, has long since because she has money in her. own days. 'They will visit most of the East I. FURflAN STILL conspiculous place in the land office SPESCER...,. ; Clerk Marion Circuit County Court.Fla

,.Absorbed by grading:_ with. improved_ .fight-Chicago News. Coast, resorts before returning home. I Blackville S. C. for the same period. 1222.: Complainant*,Solicitor.bj'H. C.Sislru.kD.C.J

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<; the Grapefruit and Pine. i o-' _. ...
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At Oakland the orange trees are .i. JAKEI
.. ABE L
-) covered with blooms. THE
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Miss Carrie Carter, of Como, is f: ..
kipping some very fine grapefruit t : --..-
There are only a few beans left atLetus .. "
=r and the most of these are ':

:4 blighted.A.iTeardiey. of Como, has some ex-I'1 r.: TEA POT CROCERY!

cellent vegetables, which. he will soon :.. .

Jke shipping ..... '
Mr. Williams, of Waldo, says that ...'
range trees In his grove on Lake. -. (
Alto are blooming. .....
Oakland growers are busy planting : I '

,Mtetoes. The acreage will be much .. ..... '
laaller than usual. .. .
Potato planting at Macclenny is finished .
and looking and ..... .'
growers are : ....
keping for ,a large early crop. .
Jensen bean growers wear smiling, .. ; < 4 '
faces on account of the fine, prices ..
present shipments are bringing.At :; We want to call your attention especial- ,
Stuart the pineapples never looked .
better. Most of the oranges have .
kea picked. The young groves look t .... '

welL fitting Boynton their truck fields growers ready fo are rtomatoesaad busy_ .:.| ly to three Articles which essential toE .

.. some have already set plants In .. .
- fir fields.Tfet ., : ..... .
fruit crop at Altamonte Springs .
this season was the largest since 1895. .. .

>INpetru1t ranges. have$2.50.netted, $1 a .box and ...... have good---We Mean : : ; j

.Oue day last week_ 4,480 quarts ofstwberrles .. '. .- : ... '
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were shipped from Plant '-" "-". ...
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ow- at prices which netted the ship- ... .... :
.sre about 1000. .. ;
_At Paisley fruit trees are putting .. ,< ,
.4ut a heavy bloom, gardens are flour- ...E COFFEE TEA '
fetag and the prospects seem very. .
Msouraging to the farmer. : ,
.The crop of oranges from the MacdUaald .. .
> & Kearns grove across the .. aand
#ver from Fort Myers has all been .. I
,shipped. -The yield amounted to 10wrloadL : .

J.. F. G tbena, of Punta Gorda has BUTTER
.. '
Jlnted another cucumber crop and
Iii, will AJ aa urell aa he did : -
but year, when he cleared $500 an .
ears .
A grower at Plant City has already .
.Marketed over 6.000 quarts of straw- : ,
torrles. for which he has received -.I
M.IS9. He has two and a half acres .
M berries. .. .
Dr. Inman's Florence Villa grove :
has so far: sent 15,000 boxes of orsjtges .. "
{ forward to market and they are '.
4(11 giving several cars per day. It :
not expected all ,the grapefruit will Ita I- _
1* shipped before May. ,
According to the Florida Fruit and
.rack Grower of Ocala the paw paw .. ; '
We are exclusive for.Chase & Sanborn whose
fit Southern Florida is entirely diff- i : agents reputation .
.ent from the fruit of that name sold -4

kt fee the cantaloupe.'north. It Is somewhat nearly as large resembles and :I' .., based on the Uniform Quality of goods is world wide for having the

Is food fit for the gods. i :

prevailing The summer around weather Lake that Helen has been is .... best. We have the Golden or Fancy Rio at 20c per lb, For a cheap

ringing out the paech blossoms. and .
fee month reminds one of the condition .. drink can't be Our Own in 1 and 2
duplicated. Ib
In January, 1895, when the orange .- tins at 25cper lb.
trees put out new leaves and -tI
blossoms and came into that stateof -
( lI'sap ,and were. killed by the great : will compare favorablywith anybody's 35c goods. .
freeze of February 8. i

Orange trees at Melbourne are put- '!'.. The Seal Brand in 2 lb. tins have nS" -4
Jng, on new growth-: and blossom buds ell equal To prove these'as" :1
are beginning to show. In ordinary .

early winters in the this season would,seem but the dangerous winter ,has'so ,; ..all sertions all we ask is to use the goods and give them a fair 'trial and

keen so mild and there Is so much
water on the ground to temper a cold :
wave that' the chances seem small for e you will then be another witness to the fact
serious cold weather. Still grove owners ..
will breathe more freely after the -
Middle of February.-New York: Produce : 44
: News. .. II4

Flagler and-His Work_ '' ... Their Teas are of te{) same High Grade Always Talpijg

J. L. J. in the Jacksonville Metropolis : .
speaking of the uses of wealth inI -

l any.ways says: .; .. First Place. .. --4, .
But the triumph of wealth and en- : .
*rgy has been reserved for Florida .
\nd Its greatest citizen (the alliteraI I -44
five synonimlc) H. :M. Flagler, whose : --41
name should grace the flyleaf of every '. -4
school book in the United States.'Difficulties .- -,
to him were no obstacles. I INBUTTER \
With him it was to plan and execute I
and the means to accomplish it were. : .-4
sub to no control but of his master I -t
hand. Prayers are daily offered that '
ke may live to see the completion of : ..._ Besides handling GEORGIA' BUTTER We have the VERMONT

this wonderful monument to his ac- f .. -"
tivities. Old and trusted friends of' .- CREAMERY which is excellence at
par for
Flagler are in charge of the supervision I 35c 3 $1.00.
of this work and. it is fair to i :
Infer that nothing will occur to mar .. The above goods are from the best' dealers in the United j
the safety of its execution and that ., States and ,
Flagler's "name will Tt>e forever Identified J
and Imperishable with the history ,- the prices for the quality is within reason for all.'Vhy not have the
of Florida and the United Stales. i : best.
All the. other efforts of wealthy .
men '
( Remember the place is at
praiseworthy as they are sink Into 1
Insignificance before this greatest of
all achievements. : ".44

Health. .GD. .,..4.4

Means the. ability-:-- to do a good ,.I
day's work without undue fatigue ,.J
and to find life worth living. You ,4
cannot have Indigestion and constipation TEAPOT CROCERYM ,.,,4;,
without Its upsetting the liver .J
and pcluttlng the blood. Such a coneJ ,.."
dition may be best and quickest relieved ,4
by Herblne, the best liver re- ., ,
eulator that the world has ever known .,
Mrs. D. W. Smith writes, April, 3. 1902: '

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