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 23, 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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x,40,\ 1T0.- 3 i:. OCALAj; ,'FLORIDA, FRIDAY; ,FEBRUARY' 23, 1906. ONE DOLLAR"A:"YEAR ; -

MASONIC.LODGE HONORS Sponsor and .Maid-pf-Honor' for New I ... ,
WORSHIPFUL. MASTERS.A Orleans Reunion. .
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IODAK pleasing and_ a,raaahle episode Miss Genevieve ,Parkhlll,<>of TallahasSee ---
I o{ the Masonic lodge lifein Qcala 1.- ; has been appointed sponsor "
: To Every 'Customer, 'Based on Business and, .
f! look place .At the last; .meeting.; t,The for the Florida Division. 'United Con- f ,

occasion, was presentation" of,very, federate Veterans at the general reunion 1 Responsibility. -- '

,handsome, gold past master's jewels In New Orleans, In' April..
) to Dr.J. E. Chace .and Mr' Edwin W, \ '
1 r ;Miss.Parkhill. has, selected, as her MUNROE & CHAMBIISS : -
served ,
Davis who. have both faithfully '
I 'unaldof MIsi
the'lodge' In the capacity .of grand Elizabeth / BANKERS. '
t Fleming, the popular and talented "
i mastery
,! T,iese' jewels' were -.a 'great surprise daughter of Gen. Francis P. Flemingof I Ocala, Fla.,Jan-27,1906.
0 1 recipients Chace this. city,', and. Miss Fleming has -- __
'to both'of the ., Dr. ,
< consented to the .appointment. f 1Ii-----------T----
if having been asked -to. present the accept T7.
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Jewel to Mr.. Davis ,and Mr.;, Davis Both the selection ot the Division I,
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson Give'
sporisol 'and the.'maid of honor. will
.' to D\ Cfha.ce. neither knowing that
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." .,: .;' ', t the other' was, also to receive suqh- meet, not.only 'with thE .general ap' Valentine Party. < IrftN.3I

r fa handsome gift The surprises were proval ot the Confederate Veterans of' Thursday'-
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r--- '-." :' mutual and were .certainly' pleasantodes. Florida, but.with, that of alb interested On evening! ,. February' the

I I ., .'..' ,,..." (' i .In accepting theSe gifts both in all', that concerns the'Both interests' of fifteenth, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson

-- .' , of .these'gentlernen made appropriatespeeches the veterans as welL young ladies -* entertained about twenty-five of- their
: .. favorites in their
are society.
,, ', ., and altogether1 the' occasion, : .married friends at a., most enjoyable
home cities 'and have always been :
1. .' j'was.a most congenial, ne.. Valentine party. Their home on We Have Now'in Stock -
,"' I! ...,,_ closely Identified with every movement .
'EXCLUSIVE: II that the Southland and the North Main street was very elaborately the Most Line of
AGENCY At the Armory Friday Night.. concerns Complete ; ,
.- I t interests; 'of those who .fpugth for It decorated, the color scheme being ,F J
t RINGS that Can Be Found
AT" i The mu !ic' lovers got Ocala were, during the war between, the states. red, white and green. Red hearts .L .

.' I I given 'a most delightful, treat Friday', I .. Miss Parkhill] Is a grand-daughter formed the greater part of the dec j.

:'night. at the' Armory. The hall was j of one, of .the,bravest soldiers that, ever .-. J orations. In the parlor the mantel Anywhere ,
POSTOFFICE.DIUG 1 unable I donned the Confederate 'gray and was banked with'ferns and palms and
crowded and many 'were too get I Call and See Them
Into the room.. being obliged to look 'her father, Capt; 'Charles B, Parkhill from the center of the.' ceiling 'to the .

In'at, the windows and doors., has been 'closely associated with every four corners of the room was "draped. .

STORE. I, The Ludden ,& Bates. mus1 'house', :movement looking to_the advancement red and white crepe paper and the ,

b te of Jacksonville have, for the past two of',Florida arid,the 'entire South. draperies 'were caught ,to the.light, ElM .

weeks been-hating ah exhibition and Miss. Fleming, as stated above', Is 'with fluffy, red rosettes. \

e OCALA FLA. sale of their: pianos 4 organs etc, and daughterof Gen. Francis i"th 'P. Flem- ,A number of entertaining games, -

\ E. of 1ns, recently ..unanimously"ch6sen as appropriate to the Valentine season, ,
e Friday Mr...R, Wells manager .
I' this popular music house arrived: 'in commander of the- Florida Division, were engaged in and .afforded the ,

, ----- -. -. ,-,-_.. the city; "accompanied by his talented United Confederate' Veterans,' and' a guests' much amusement. One of the <
SARA .ELIZABETH HARRIS\ ; Miss Roberta fie&d, of Denmark S. w'ife. Mrs. Wells Is a Cuban,' of 'Eng- former governor of Florida < At' the games,was "Love's Archery." A large .. ,

Local Editor. lish and .is a: beau. recent Division reunion,- held in Jacksonville red heart, ornamented with many '
parentage very ,
tiful woman, She gave a violin reel- Miss sponsor smaller hearts, was the target and : r;
and Mrs.: A. L. Izlar for the past 'tal o( several numbers, which were for "R. E. Lee Camp, No.,.58, and pretty prizes were given to the most' e =

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. month, returned. home c Tuesday_ after- listened to with rapt attention by the the announcement that Miss Parkhill skillful Archers. The Jeweler ,

-- noon. .x large /', udience.. She received her has selected. her" as maid of ,honor, A fishing game; a question and let- 'L .J

musical education a{ New Orleans, :will meet with the' hearty: !approval of ter box also helped to while away the .

| :Mr Tilly Hlckson. of Mclniosh.. was Col. Avery. -of Massaehusetts, .who and Is an unusually brilliant performer. every old soldier who attended,there, ,hours very pleasantly.. ,tIn --J 'J'

this. city Friday. has 'spent several* printers; 'in Ocala, : She was accompanied on the piano .union, .here., ,t'. the beautifully- decorated dining Miss Ethel Robinson Gives Delightful '
i 'of this At New Orleans, far-. tamed for its room refreshments of tile most tempt Card Party. -':
Miss Kate
by Gamsby,
preparations ,
Miami Is making tojerect : is in the city for a few weeks and ; : ,
Southern spirit, both'young ladies'willbe. ing kind were served. The centerpiece r-
"* city. The exquisite playing of Mrs. ,,
is stopping Mrs. Foy's on Qcklawa- '
a big gas plant. ;
!:.;.' ha avenue. S Wells was a genuine pleasure and she .'lavishly entertained, and'will takea was a large heart of brilliant red I One of the pleasantest small parties ,

was the recipient of many sincere and prominent, part in the many socialfunctions' carnations on which was placed a tall that has been given in Ocala this win-
h-Mr. Julian .Benjamin of Atlanta, is -- 1
I flattering 'compliments. S that are being arranged ,in I vase of bright red roses Around ,the 'ter was the-- card party at' which Miss
l_the city. Buy your Fertilizer, or>> FertilUeimaterials N
-- of'Lang. Swarte t Co.. Afterthe recital ,the young society'I honor*of the visiting'soldiers.-Tjmes-, edge, of. the table was a string of tiny Ethel Robinson entertained a few of t '

[Rev. Harmon Martin of Fort Mc- arents' for the Sanders Fertilizer Co.;;'' people enjoyed ''their regular Friday Union. ,, __6 hearts. and at each*corner were pret her young friends Thursday evening, ,f
Jaeksonvllle Fix rosettes. February, the fifteenth In honor of >_
oy, was among Oca.la's visitors Tues-' night dance, until after midnight. -, I ty ,i ,
4ay. Messrs. B. H.- Hoffman 'and 'Frank Miss "MeCreer/.Entertains, ", the Card"I After supper a very interesting Miss Harris'guest, Miss Minnie Bur- ='
Miss Annie Owens, Mrs. Minnie A. I t.
,t .: '. Mathews and ;:Mlss: Annie- Mathewsfurnished .Clup./ ,..I game'. of progressive. initials was, enjoyed roughs, of Jacksonville. There were seven '
Bosticks milliner, returned to Ocala '
: -,-',' and for this tables of progressive whist and the '
Mr. C. J. Proctor, Eureka, was a Tuesday the. music, and the, dancing game prlzess-were ,
afternoon from Baltimore
was. very much enjoyed by the young Miss Sarah E. McCreery, : entertained also 'given. Mr. and :Mrs.' Johnson young people had the jolliest kind of
..reninent.visitor: to the city during I I I where she has been for the"past two "
lagt, week.. folks... .,' ] the members, of the. Young Ladies were assisted jby Mrs. Dl: A. Clark of 'an., evening playing this Interestinggame.

t t I months. .. .,- -. Card'Jub very d delightfully yesterday ,ilartel a.ndMrs." W. S. Durst. and ,Afterwards. ice cream, cake

Mr. I .- Miss Harris' Gives Valentine, T Party.. afternoon:, ,( at. the, home t'Miss Meta their guests spent an exceedingly and coffee was enjoyed. ""
and Mrs. Jim Luffman and
Mr. and Mrs.. S. H. Brown and child '
-- _Jewett There were ve' tables of progressive pleasant evening. *, The .game ressulted favorably for
I baby of Griner Farm Tuesdayin t ,
spent of J I :
Leroy were jsitors to Ocala Tuesday ..
beside's .
Friday afternoon Miss, feara Harris whist and the. club; Miss Potter Mrs Powers, Mr, Will
Ocala They left the' Coast Line '
on ;
Was the hostess at a,"Valentine T Par- members the, following'! young ladles f A Soldier ,of Russia. Taylor and Mr. Crook Miss Potter's '
-Tr.wThe train for a visit in the -nojth part ,of
famous Buster Brawn Blue ty.," which she"'ga'e for per quest were present; :Miss Minnie Burroughs prize was a cut glass and silver per-

; "bon Shoes for boys' and girls at I the state. ,. 4 Miss' Minnie Burroughs,, of Jacksonville l, of Jacksonville; Mrs. Clifton r Mr. Morris Felnberg. a ,brother of fumery battle andlrs.., Power's 'a.
and her Mrs: W; H. Pow- Camp of Sarasota: Miss' Gertrude MH S. 'of .
I tl ; sister Feinberg, Dunnellon was I dainty handkerchief bag made of ,
Fair Store. \ '
i Mrs. F.: G. Miller, of,/Port. Chester-,
t, ers. ; t. liljeinauer, of New York and", Miss in Ocala last Weekton his waw to that handkerchiefs, put together with. rib
'ew York who had been visiting in I '
Miss Burroughs is on her first'visit. I Edith- Patch. After, the games.chicken in Ocala yesterday on his way to that bon. Mr. Taylor won a handsome
.Fernandlna is soon to have A $30,000 Ocala, a guest at the Ocklawahaxlnn i i
I'SOTT tote., It wiljbe three stories high left'Tuesday: afternoon lor St Petersburg I to Ocala! and is.avery attractive young .: salad wafers, olives''sand'choco- I city. Mr. Feinberg,has been a soldierin pack of cards, and Mr. Crook's; prize'was xy

:ud will contain eighty bed rooms. I to spend several .works, lady. She. has already made quite' a late, were ,served., -* the Russian army for the past a set ot'whist scorers. The booby
l I .. number. of fricnJa t during' her short The prize for the most" games, vas three years .U'e Vas" mustered out, I prize, a whist medal, became the property ,

[ : Miss" Gertie Ba.teheliierill, go to I'., .Mrs. B. IV Hurst 'and, Miss lara'iJlurst. visit here Mrs. Powers is"one of the cut for'by Miss Valeta: Potter and iliss honorably discharged, and now. seeks of )Ir. Stephen" Jewett, on account

.Sylvester, Georgia, In'a few days' to who. have been the /guests of fall brides, having* been married just J J'fo'ur Sara Harris.., It was. a lovely, cup. and to become a citizen 'of- the United I! I of his unusually fine 8C r". .

j 'accept. .a position as" stenos,apher.Mr Captain and Mrs. S. R: Pyles for several months ,that, day' and ,was looking saucer: and _was, won" bjf Miss Potter. States. The stOI' "- he tells Russia's// Miss Robinson a very' pleasant

-.. unusually pretty !'rid4n A pretty, "* little gold stick pin' was won treatment of her soldiers is anything hostess and her guests at this. time
weeks returned, to their home in .
-Jessa Neely. of Lake Weir, was Indiana on Tuesday. In the baek' hall tea and wafers by Miss Burroughs for makiJ?; the but creditable to that empire. were Misses Minnie Burroughs, Gertrude -

[J.) Ocala Friday returning home from -' (vere 'served by Mrs. Harris: and ;Miss': biggest' score, in' points. -This week The pay of a private soldier Is I j Rhelnauer, Valeta Potter, Sara;

'a short .business trip to Jacksonville. Mrs.: It. 'B.; Hall, who has. been. Louise Harris, the latter wearing a Miss! Battle, ; Dye will tie .the hostess about, a dollar and a half a' month. Harris, Annie Davis, Pauline' Sullivan J

spending- several wf'eks'at'' Connor pretty' white dress, decorated wl.th' of the Club and will1 entertain on Saturday They get' but one co ke'd'meal a day Sarah McCreery, Mattie Williams -
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)q;; lira..-Vance Weathers, of'York, spent, with 'her parents, MK and, .Mrs.',1. M. hearts and she wore .a_crown .of Led afternooni.I ., 'and if they: get sugar or any other > Sue Barco, Meta Jewet Mary 1

'i'Viday' In Ocala, the guest of her sister -, Graham, has, returned to her home.. at hearts, impersonating the "Queen Of luxury of- that description they must ,Anderson, Elizabeth Bennett Edith

; Mrs.. D, E. Davidson. Arcadia. She was accompanied -by Hearts." take pleasure.' in, saying that in 'pay for it out, of their salary.: l Patch, Mrs. W. H. Powers, Messrs. T. II. 1

." her little daughter.Mr. A guessing contest qf twenty-five point of merit as a reader .JJiss Burke Mr. Feinberg says that fully two- Harris, J H. Taylor, Will Taylor: E.

I Mrs. J. J. Williams and children I questions kept" the guests" pleasantly stands In the front rank of the art of thirds of the Czar's soldiers are hos-I J. Crook. Harvey Clark Asco Ze- u

*spent Wednesday In Ocala. While Hugh' ucbln loss, of New York, I engaged for an hour The answers expressive and, effective utterance. tile to the government. and are wadski. Emmett Robinson Stephen

there they were the guests of Mrs. Jake Mr. J.-W. Wiley, of LOndon. -England, to the questions all ended in. the''.Her' unusual appetency in -. literary: olutionists at heart and would join In Jewett, J. H. Bell. M. J. Roess and J. ,

;'Brown., members of'.the"Dl\nnellon Phosphate sound. of T and some, of them Were taste; her clear, distinct, and reso- a movement tomorrow to overturn the H.: Workman. ;

.J_ Company passed* through Ocala Friday .very. cleverly'answered.. The first nant enunciation; her correct'and. pre-:! government were they-not-afraid. that'jhe ---

:' .. Mr.;. Lawrence Haynes a prominent en* route to Port Inglis and Dun question was, something new under' the else .pronunciation. ; .her almost, faultless -' movement would be unsuccessful'] Tree Falls on Carlton House.

|fire insurance agent of Jacksonville, nellon. sun, the answer beingr novelty. Another gesture and graceful 'attitude;, and all engaged, in it would forfeit I '

rWU; a business visitor.to Olcafa Tues- S question was what is attacked her versatile and powerful'dicti'n; *together -- their Jives That it is absolute fear Friday afternoon a tremenduous ,

"fd' -i. Mr James Engesser has gone to Atlanta by Dr. Osier's creed? Answer lon- with, her womanly ,modesty 9 unexcelled and not. patriotic love that keeps the I crash was heard on the streets and

,' to, atend the funeral ..of his sister gevity. And, another what Is portrayed ought( to recommend .her to 'government together. created considerable excitement and

:'Hon. John T, Lewis and Mr. Albert .Miss Mary' Engesser; whose death .in the characters' of Dr..Jekyll and the favorable consideration a discriminating -- I all sorts of conjectures were; made as

[fort, of Mo'ss Bluff, were in Ocala occurred. In that, city on Mondiy. Mr. Mr. Hyde? Answered: by the' word, public.-Rev- C. A. Pow-4 Mr. George McGahagin, one pf .the to'what it was.

t! Tuesday and were callers at this Engesser's friends sympathize with duplicity, ,Miss Patch won the' prize,. ell, Wpodville, !U h., Opera house; 'c nductors' the Atlantic Coast Line I It seems that Mr., R. A.; Carlton

aCe. I Ia. .him In his bereavementMr. a Cluny lace doily, for correctly Monday,, Feb: 19, 8 p.-m. 25c. 35c. and who _has had"his headquarters ,at Dun-' was topping a very large tree jn

?1. __ ". I answering the ,most of the questions.All 50c. Tickets oil sale at Ocala Xews nellon for .some time, has been transferred I close proximity to his residence; and,

'Mr H. A. Carter, of Jacksonville, and Mrs Charles Rheinauer and I the guests cut for the consolation Company. % and "now has his headquartersat t although a rope was attached to It

[Presenting the McMillan Brothers, their guests, Mrj and Mrs. Gus. Rheinauer prize tea, cup and saucer,. and It ; Lakeland, and ,has moved -His family and several people pulling it in the

wnufacturers of copper stills etc., is and Miss i Gertie ;Rheinauer, od was won by 'Miss Mayo. After the pid you' ever;set on' a mossy'' bank there. Mr. :McGahagin is an Ocala direction of an open space -the tree

i.a the city for a few days. New York -City, went down. to Hamo- I..contest brick Ice cream and cake was and look. at the-. i/iI sun>x :'kissed brook 'as boy and has been a. .conductor now fell In the. wrong direction. striking

.: sassa, Tuesday afternoon to spend the I served., .it .merrily dances 'jn glee around* the for five years .and is one of the most his house and knocking a big hole in

11r, S J Hilburn a prominent af- balence of, the week fishing.Mr. 'The' rooms were prettily decoratedwith protruding pebbles and fAel glad, you I popular: conductors. on the" system. I the roof, breaking several of the .. '

torney of Palatka and a brother of : I violets, jonquils and japonicas were .alive 'Well' ,' that's's i the same 'joists and doing considerable damage.' ,

>&v. J. H. Hilburn. was a visitor to and Mrs. Nicholas1 Longworth and Miss Harris' guests included setl.sation'you will experience' when .f!. and Mrs. W. H. Clark gave a \ .

Ocala Friday. passed through the state. of' Florida I principally the young; married ladies you witness, 'SI Plunkard.." !t is a picnic .at Silver Springs Friday for I j- Mr. John Seller, of Oak, was among ",

-- Tuesday :on tHeir way to Tampa en I I laughing, bubbling pure heart and Miss Elizabeth Bennett, of Roanoke, ,I the visitors to the city Friday., He' : ". .

'lfr H, A. Waterman has> returned I I route to.Cuba. They went from Jack- Epworth leag e' Give Party. home, story.. When the" curtain falls on Virginia: A most delightful day was : has just returned,from, S1. Petersburg '.. .-,

klne" from New. York, where he hasn 'sonville by way .of the Atlantic'Coast. I'th'e last act yon feel as !,refreshed' spent on the river, the tripbeing j i where he marketed two carloads of.-. :-J

for several weeks purchasing Line. I The :Epworth League of, the' Methodist "If you.had Just drank* a cup 'of spring made in Mr. Clark's launch the !| fine beef cattle, and will in a few days' .

foods for the clothing department ofthe t _> --r-,.-r -TMr. t church gave a Valentine, party water.- SI .Plunkard with J. 'C. Lewis "Elizabeth.; Thp day was' a beautiful ,!i go down ..wJth another car. He says ,:

,H. B. Masters, store .> and Mrs.S.;: W. Rhodes,:,and I t Friday, night at. the, home of Miss Net. In the itle'ro e wfll appear at; tljeMarlon one' and the -picnic was a great de'ligbt j! stock raisins Is a great deal more, profitable ,. ,

Mrs. Rhodes' sister.. 'Mrs. Sevier and j jMiss tie Poqseri one of the League stem Opera House Saturdaynight:, to, the guest-of-honor and! thel 1 I ','and' certain than, trucking, and'_ ::=

Hr. William A. Moseiy, of ProsperO ," mple on. of Ashevile, N. .C.,,'bers., Over thirty members of' 'the the 17th. Matinee, 2 p. ,m.Mr. other, guests 'as welL j: he proposes to devote his energies! In : ,

I,,. & who went down to -CrystalDyer and }[r. ,and'Mrs..G. T, Maughs, went League and their friends were' present -, I' # I the future t6'that line. ;::s

Thursday to see his old friend. to/IIomosassA" Tue day afternoon" to and the;:evening wash a very pleasant -' and Mrs.. C. If Hudson Of'lIaDt--1 :MrJ, C. Cole, of Waukegan, Wis., i' .--'- ,1 C,'.

Col Nick Barco,' has returned and spend a few days-fishing. pne l'from beginning' to'"end., .ilton,, Georgia, who: have been .spend accompanied, by his ,,'ie'and two children f Mrs.: E. B. Aldrich and Mr. ,E* B..-' .; '

! !s he had a most excellent time. '" '. -7:" -.. i 'T ing a portion of the winter- in Ocala are guests of Mr. and Mrs. j; S. | Aldrich jr.. of Providence P.. L, who : fJ. #

ti: :, < A Chicago' visitor. after spending: a.:, ..:The' PHtman! -' t.auction sale ,will guests, at ft.the*" Ocklatr alta : Inn, left'I Hooper at their home on 'Ocklawaha have been spending several weeks Jn" "

!*f little daughter was born to" air, while in Ocala and enjoying our b a.u-I continue. every day.. and night., this :Tuesday for their home. A number avenue. Mr. Cole was formerly. a resIdent J Ocala with ]. .r. and Mrs. George K .
Mrs. Harris ..McAteer Friday, tiful Indian! summer-like.. weather. said Ithtit week.' Some.escept'inal* bargains. 'can 'years ago ,Mr. and Mrs.: Hudson were 'j i of Florida and notes with Robinson. have: gone down' the East' ,

,wtning at the home of .the ,little be' did 'not' know how: .the' north} be'had. and. H (will be to /toeverybody's! resid'ents'' ; this! county"t.andl while' great deal of Interest the many advance Coast and to Cuba to spend a few '

If*?* grand parents, Mr. and Mr.-C( ,kept any population"> 'al; all;durlng' the ,f'" "advantage to visit the store of J.. 'A., ,,here they;renewed, many' pleasant. < .acquaintances being made all over the1 a1 weeks. They will return to Ocala before

1fl. winter months. ,Pit l1\ad'& Company this wee'k. : .' e' in ,an Industrial way. .. going back to Rhode island
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.. ,. I DISTRICT. I Mrs. Sistrunk' Violet Tea. Miss Piatt, ,Miss Annie! !
i GRAINS FROM GRINER FARM, BERLIN FLITTINGS. Cotton Plant and Martel Jottings. A GOOD TRUCK t I Miss Sue Anderson

LSVE'CiaJ ncA of Florida-That- = has not Been Always charming and attractive, During the hours I
'Correspond Section
; Ocala Banner: Special to the Ocala Banner Special to the Ocala Banner' I Mrs. S.. T Sistrunk was particularlyso off

s M.ss Hattie Sims gave a: Valentine Every lady is as busy' as busy can We are having ideal Florid* ""weather. : Daytona, Fla Developed.!, Feb. 17.-This is'I one : In her own home Tuesday afternoon Leong Fishel rendered

'a pour party to her; many Kendrick be. The vegetable men are prepar- .. The vigorous growth of orange of Florida's most prominent resort I where from four-thirty to six Mrs. Sistrunk er

4 friends and they had a most enjoyable ing to plant beans. trees and the sweet aroma of their towns, and it is very popular with j jI I I o'clock she 'gave a lovely "violet tea"to charming way and an Ill

time.Mrs. Mr. F. M. Phillips made a businesstrip blooms bring to mind the most pleas- the winter .tot rist,. and so far it has I I quite a number of her young hospitable home carriei pity

Alf. Proctor and son. Thomas to ,Ocala last Saturday and to ant reminiscences of the past. not.done much in the produce or fruit friends. Receiving with Mrs.. Sis- surance of an enjoyable

Proctor, of Pedro, have been visiting Fellowship Sunday. A. M. Rush has his corn cotton and line.. It is a little' too far up the trunk was Miss Addie Hansbrough, of ,

Mrs. Proctor's mother, Mrs. C. Lelt- School has never been more flour piiider lands all neartly prepared for coast ,for oranges, and while the Elizabethtown' entucky :Miss Minnie the case at this informal: I

_ Her, and her daughter,. Mrs. John ishing. Some predicted that because planting, country is fine for trucking there has Burroughs, of Jacksonville: ., William her on Tuesday.

Priest of Ant fni', They returned some of. its scholars joined the Evening -, Some of odr farmers have planted been but little development along the Hocker and Mrs. D. *:. )Mclver.- -

home Monday. Lights (or Saints, as they ,call water melons. Sugar cane is coming line. However, there are four fine Sin the parlor which was very pret- NOTICE.5Xotfce

Mr. and Mrs. George Koons are vis- themselves) that it would Injure the up, oats are promising, and. vegetablesare truck farms here and the owners are tily decorated with yellow jassamine

iting Mrs. Koon's sister Mrs. Will Sunday school but Instead It has beena extra good. making a great success of their ef-.: plum blossoms and violets Miss Editji of Application y\

'Rawls, o'f Fellowship. benefit to it. The Saints are preparing G. H. Bates has quit the farm and forts. These growers are:- R. W. Raw- I Piatt and Miss Mattie Williams serv- 'Under Section 8 Chat'

Mr. and; Mrs. McDowell and family to build 'a Tabernacle in the accepted a .position'with the Martel line, who owns the Bon Air farm, andIs J. ed delicious 'tea and cakes.A Lawe of Flo

were out calling Sunday afternoon. near future. ,I suppose then' they ,will Lumber company. also the 'proprietor of. the Daytona novel romance added zest to the Notice Is hereby gfvez f

Mrs. J. M. Luffman and, sister; Miss I have ,regular services. Rev. W. A. Weir is erecting a good creamery; F. Brubaker, who has 10 f other pleasures of the afternoon. Pret- Priest: purchaser of tax tern

Agnes, were calling on Mrs Tom Sims Our literary school is progressing fence around the parsonage lot .at acres of truck and 4 acres of excellent ty booklets painted in violets contained 107, dated the 6th day of'lilt:
tax certificate. Nil li.
Wednesday. nicely. Three new scholars were en- Martel, which Is well adopted to veg- peach oil-hard; J, W. Ball & Son who the romance in rhyme and the day of July, 1884 Inns datE4i 1i

: Mr. Sam Johnson and Mr, Burford rolled last wek. Professor Martin Is etable and agricultural products. Mar have 12 acres of splendid garden blank spaces in the verses were to be certificate in my 0 ; .
made application for
: Leitner baled quite a lot of very fine proving himself, equal to the emergency tel is a hustling place and newcomersare 1, largely lettuce and W. IL Cameron filled In by the guests with the titlesof in accordance with law.tar;.j

:' hay last week. I and from the way he 'has had weekly being added to its Inha'bItants. who owns 12 acres of fine truck.- some of,' the popular novels of the cates embrace the follownt't!

':V Our Sunday sehool is progressing the yard and grounds cleaned off .. j The g rdE'nl11g here is varied, and day. Many ,of the guests correctly 'property Florida, situated to-wit: In SouUt Mu1;

finely under the management of Mr. J. around the. school house, shows he Misses Pillans acid Beggs, of ,Electra all kinds of vegetables can be grownat filled in all the blanks and in drawingfor Southwest quarter SeetJoi

'.. .J. Luffman as superintendent. The believes in cleanliness. Arbor day were pleasant visitors to rela- a profit. The crops .this season are the prize; a pretty burnt leather of section 31, all in townsha'i'
folks of OUT vicinity are holding was spent In transplanting several tives and friends at Martel the past. deal of Range 22 East. The I&d.'k! :
L young looking good, and .a great magazine cover, it was won by Miss assessed at the date of jfc(
Sunday evening singings at the shade trees which add. to the beauty week. stuff has already 'been sent to market. Margaret Taylor and the consolation of such certificate in Uti\

,. neighbors houses, the one held at of the grounds. Misses Fay Cribbett, and Inez Ross, These growers have sold a great deal j II prize a silver book mark and letter Whittier Campbell Bros.Unless and said estate certS If>,

Miss Florrie Clifton's was well attended Hardy Rawls, of the Marion county of Ocala, spent Saturday<< and Sunday of lettuce, and they are feeling good, opener, was won' by Miss Miriam be redeemed accordingdeed

and aIr had an enjoyable time. farm, spent Saturday and Sunday with with John H. Brooks and family. Theyare for they have realized good prices.At I Pasteur. will Issue thereon ,
day of March. A. D., 194L'
We saw a certain widower going his parents. always welcome visitors. f
The dining room of this beautiful Witness my official sijnS
(east driving a sorrel horse; seemed to Mr. S. B. Brooks Is making I some There was a rough and tumble oys- Cocoa, Fla., Feb. 20.-Orange' sh home was a symphony In itsviolet 'seal this the 21st day of }<&
\ have been thinking there are better extensive improvements on the tractor ter bake at Martel Saturday evening P-1 ', D. 1906. ia
ping is still going on here tones. The table was lovely and. the S. T. S1ST1
days coming. land purchased a short time .in the woods. It was well attended -
though the bulk of the fruit lights shaded in violet cast a soft Clerk Circuit Court, Marios'
Mr. W. H. Scarborough has the fin- I've been, requested to ask when I i and all had a good time. D. A. marketed, there is a good bit of It still pretty light over the other appointments I Florida.

est oat crop in the settlement. Cot does' a teacher become too good' to Clark one of the leading navalstoresand Oranges here are well ':
on the trees. of the room. Frozen punch' For Ren-Two mile south
C. M. is walk along the road with her millmen of Florida down to '
Murphy rapidly pushing his public ran general thing
and, as a 21 of fertile wen
ripened now, cakes and ices were served in this acres rest*
strawberries to the northern markets pupils? What Is:the best remedy for Myers the past week to inspect his orange fancy prices in the mar- mock land cleared, unfencei
are room by Mrs.. Hocker. :Miss Williams, ..
;, and! receiving fancy prices. it? grove,and says that it ,is in first ket. 149 dime street. 11

The Valentine party given at the We are glad to learn that Hon. Car- class condition. The leading growers In the section. .

home of Miss Charlotte Leitner was los L. Sistrunk is in the race for thedistricf Mrs. H .A. Bush, of Daytona, is visiting which includes Rockledge are: J. F. -THE '

pronounced the best of the season. attorneyship. if all the counties her son near Martel. 1
real estate
Wooten, the Cocoa man.
in the district were like Marion The first quarterly conference for
who owns 60 acres of groves; J. Cape-.
=< MOSS BLUFF, FLA. 'his announcement for the office would Cotton Plant cjrcuit was held at St.
I hart who has 6,000 trees; W J. Dull,' Marion Hardware Con
k be equivalent to election-as he .Is avery I Johns church February 6th. The pre- of Arcanum, O., who owns a fine ) )II

Special to the Ocala Banner. popular man and If elected will siding elder, Rev. Francis R. Bridges,
grove of 10 acres her; II. S. Williams
We are having ideal Florida weather fill the position with honor to him- in the chair. The' attendance was
who has a 50 acre grove here and 100
; and the farmers are all busy planting self and his constituants. small, but the session was unusually HEADQUARTERS FOR-
acres Pierce C. W.
at Ft. ; Blakesiee, .
crop '. The orange groves In this I, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Badger, of Old- protracted in efforts to get the stewards / e
.. .. 15 acres; R. V. Douglas _30 acres; Geo.
section are laden with blooms which town, attended Sunday school at Fellowship in line with what was thought to
Gingras, 30 acres; W. F. Dixon, 16
makes the hearts of the orange grower last Sunday. We are always be the best interest of the church. American Wire Fencing, .
acres. .
< throb with gladness. glad to .have them with us. Mrs. C. A. Winningham, of Daytona, "
'. Many of the : growers here ship '
')Ir. J. W. Reynolds and wife of :Mr. Joe. Hudgens was In our burg who has been visiting friends in Cot- Sash, Doors and Blinds
I their own fruit, but! a great deal of Itis
Deleon Springs, \fere over here a few last Sunday evening calling on his ton Plant and Xewberry for a month, ,
b I I j[ handled by O. K. Key, the leading I Paints. Oils and Varnishes
.. : days .ago visiting friends and looking i best girl. That accounts for him returned from the latter last Thurs- t ,
:shipper at this point a local SMill
after their orange grove. I kiviftg the mill man such a large bill I day'and left for her home Tuesday. i an\ and
I dealer.J. Mining Supplies
i Mrs. N. A.. Fort and daughter, of II' for lumber. Hurrah for Joe. Mrs. W. once lived. in Cotton Plant I J ,
I R. Carter, oferritt.. is sendjngout
Lynne,' visited relatives here last',1! Mr. Roe has purchased a.fine. horse and made many friends during herresidence i Snppltss
: some fine oranges from this place. Turpentine ,
week I and buggy. Look out, young ladies. there, so we are always glad i "
Orange shipping began .here aboul
\ Mr. Hugh Meadows, of Jacksonville, One of our young men had a .sad experience to see her. She is a ready thinker, I. Improved Farming
:; (the first .of December; and will continue t' .
and Miss Mary Morrison, of this place, last Sunday night. While returning pleasant conversationalist and dispenses j 1

l' ,were: united in !marriage Sunday at I home he saw something In sunshine and happiness wherever ;: until April. The growers verysensibly .. ,

the bride's home, Mn and Mrs. M. ILMorrl.ons the road that seemed to be larger'than she goes.. The first and only hold back their shipmentsuntil ;';.f GET OUR PRICESMarion
the fruit is well ripened, and, asa
'. '.' ; a large crowd of relatives a horse and every way 'she would turn reading circle Cotton Plant ever had I I ,.
result, they get fancy prices. This .
_i ,. ,. and friends were present and a nice this object, would still stay in front of was organized by this .estimable lady I J
}is a rule the growers in other pJrts of
wedding. dinner was served., Mr.J. T. him making an awful noise.! Finally and was well attended by the society
I the state might folow with greatre
Lewis officiated.Miss"Leona he, decided he couldn't get away folks during its existence, and was ', Hardware Comp;

White, of this place! is from. it so he stopped, picked himself edyfying to all who attended. I! ;Packer.mUs-Staff Correspondent Xew York |
visiting. relatives in Tampa. together and wiped his eyes, and to C. C. Simpson, of Xewberry in com-I'
: Miss, Rebeccaix, of DeLand, is on his glad surprise it was only a little pany "with Masters Harry Woodward ,

.',' a visit here to her aunt Mrs J. T. kitten trotting along in front 'of him. and Clarence also' i II I I
... Woodward, of New-

'- .- '.:j' i.'Lew., is. Fine Shipment'-of Cattle-and Hogs.I berry Barco grand,, spent parents.and attended Sunday Mr. and St with Johns Mrs.the Sunday D.latter's M.I I II I J: J I I r I ftH I H I I t Liii&SON'S

.. ter .the interest ol the ferry and with I Through the kindness of County school. I

j ., ; the assistance, of Capt. J. B. Marten, Commissioner: K. B. Raaulerson. pres- The splendid residence of pro W. R. I

-. r. put our' ferry boaat. in first class ident of the East Coast Catle Co., a O. Veal at. Martel, is nearing comple- !
t .' i ,. shape, Mr. Early Perkins our road Tribune representative was driven to tion and will be occupied by the doctor -" f'I

'r" overseer, is here with a full crew of the company's stock pens just southof and family when finished. He has I

men putting our roads in first class Fort Pierce last Friday to see a an up-to-date office supplied with j

'conditions, car load of cattlfe and pigs that had
modern appliances for ,surgical opera- I
:. Mr. ,\. ."'. F uit gave a candy pulling I been: just received fir the Fort :Piercemarket tions. Hel'eaftel'there will be preach- PITTMAN

.a. fey nights ago and a large number The shipment was composed
ing at St. John church, the 2nd and i
_ .'were present, ana enjdyed themselves of :30: head of be'f cattle and 40 hogs, 4th Sunday of each month and at }

.: ,..immensely: pulling candy and playing and were from the stock farm of S. II. Martel on those Sundays, 7 p. m. I

r games until a late hour. Gaitskill,' president. of the Florida .

'The people. over here are well pleas Florida Stock Breeder's Asociatioa, of A Chaste and'Eloquent Tribute. 1
ed'with. the architectual plan of Mclntosh( near Ocala 1i i .

building a new court house, and hope The cattle are mixed blood, being Few Floridians-of the number that i! I .I \ i I "I

that in a very short, while we will have I half short horn and half native stock have had the opportunity of readingit I

fa court: house that _will be an honorto and were fattened by Mr. Catskill on but' have'read with keenest delight I 5 J i iI

Marion county. velvet beans. The hogs were of Berk- and with mingled feelings of pride and I

,. 'The readers. of the. Banner" are very shire stock and while only six months pleasure, the fine tribute recently paid I'

much interested in the continuedstory old will dress more than the average by the gallant and gifted Colonel BIG I IH !
In Self Defense" and
: are anxiously 18-months old "razorback." ry Watterson, the editor of the. IIen-1 5 5
waiting their caper each'week.
Mr. Raulerson Informed
us that it ier Journel-and the Chevalier Bayi i

I was the finest shipment that he ever ard American; Journalism-to, our j:
,' Abolish the Railroad Commission. ,
received, and, that Ms saying a great own Times Union and its talented :
"an nothing be done to secure. a deal for this
company receives a car genial, bighearted.editorInchief, j
freight rate? load every two weeks for the markets Colonel George W. Wilson.It ;

We are tired of asking the ques- here and at Miami; many of them was a tribute as chaste, 'eloquent j

', tion. It looks like a farce, rank and coming from Tennessee, Alabama and nd exquisitely beautiful as it was I\!H AIIC'TiONSALE
simple to vote for
a railroad commission Georgia.
just and deserved.-Florida School j j
Candidate at the ensuing primar-
The beef cattle are two years old Exponent.A .
,4 : ies. The commission has been a juis- j.
-7 and each head will dress. from 300 s.. -"'-
erable failure in the matter of securing .
to 400 Beautiful
pounds, while, the hogs will { Compliment. j
--- just and equal freight rates to_the dress from SO to 120 pounds. The car

thriving. inland towns of Florida. Some load cost the East Coast Catle Co., Washington D. C., Feb 16 1906. !

of their most important (?) work has more than $1,00 exclusive of trans- I find I omitted congratulate you j .
been fining a railroad for failing to
portation.This, on the splendid paper you are now I
.. post a belated: train, compelling the shows what can be accomplished turning out. 1 believe it is the best 1

erection of a 10x12: waiting room atPumpkinsville in Florida and no part of the stateis rural weekly newspaper' I have ever I 1
a new cattle gap at Ox better suited for the raising of beets seen. As, "you- .-' fan attention to the 1 I t .
If s' 1. Row or a. new platform for the depotat
cattle yoiPare
than the section west of Fort teat celebrating the 40th

.. Frog Pond, and to -provide<'e at Pierce The natural pasturage is superb year. of the Banner's existence it callsto i, ,

least once a wt't"k.1n first class coach with the velvet bean which is my 'mind that I was a resident of !

es. highly recommended for fattening cattle Ocala when the first number of the I

Why not abolish the railroad commission will grow here to perfection. A paper was issued and that my subscription -

anyway? It is an e\i+eYiiye ready market is at hand for all that has been continuous to this

luxury, and accomplishes nothing.:": can be produced and an excellent op- time. How many of the original subscribers -
.Ocala Evening Star. S :
r IHirtunity awaits some enterprisingcattle ,are now left that have con-
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raiser who will taake advantage tinued uninterruptedly to the present .
i .! Rev. and Mrs, Charles i
E. Powell of this opportunity and establish time? .

: and Miss Sarah Whitfield returned' i farm for the raising and fatening of W. R. H. ,
home Monday afternoon front Every Afternoon and
Daytona stock for our markets.-St. Lucie I Evening .1
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; where tfrey had Wen for the past County Tribune. Mr. and Mrs. Z. D. Harrison of Atlanta j I i

: two week .Mr. ,Powell has been 'conducting are the guests of their son, Rev. I

I a,special service at the* Christine For Sale-Two building lots near George Hendree Harrison, at the Rectory j THIS WEEK.

church there and Mrs. Powell has Leroy :Marion county. Fla. Splendid* for a few days. Mrs. Harrison!' c ** ,

been playing the organ and Miss place for raisin gear!.) vegetables and has been In Ocjila for; several weeks \i i

'. Whitfield leading the singing during fruits .for the northern market For and last week in company wjth her j I At

: = ..,' the meeting. further particulars write to II. A. Hyle sister and brother-in-law, ,Mr. and '! 2 and 7'I) m.

... Redwood Jeff. Co.. X. T. 2-16-3t Mrs. R. E. Park of Atlanta, sent a .
: Pop Pius has decided to hold "a .
\ ,'t MMVWWWV MMMMM** % few days in Tampa and several days I :

v. '..,. fonsistory February :6 to appoint The Dade County Fair will be held ago was, joined by her husband. Mr.I: -

; nineteen French Bishops to the fwen- the second week in March. It will bea I I Harrison is clerk of the !
supreme court .
ty-two vacant bishoprics.- Xo new big thing and worthy of a trip to.I of Georgia and- is a most distinguished _iiiH11III1I1J I Hjiiiii-I l
... ,, .J,.: cardinals" will, -be,made. behold.. gentleman. ;. .

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: i : 'I CAPTAIN JOHNSON DEAD. ,I Bowling._Party. II CAPITAL-( 'b., ., b -=<'iH' 'i ,

Passed Home of His Son in
Away at Mr. and :Mrs. Thomas V, Denham

: .', Daytona Monday-Pioneer entertained delightfully at the Semi- $50,000.00-
:1 s
1 Citizen. nole Club Friday evening with a bowling President T. T. Munroe. .
ROYAL I. Vice-President, Z. H. Chambliss.
party and supper In honor of
: Information has reached this city of Cashier, J. B. Brooks.CENTRAL. .
the*death of Capt. J. F. P. Johnson i their attractive guestsliss Bessie .
.of this city, who passed away at the 'I Denham of Savannah and Miss Car- I ,
home Of his son, C. E. Johnson, at
Daytona Monday of pneumonia afteran rie Bailey, of Monticello. The first

illness of seventeen days. prize. was won by' Miss Bessie Den-
Baking Powder Deceased was one of the pioneer citizens I
:1 1 of this county and was widely ham a dainty empire cologne set. The NATIONAL BANK
: known throughout this section where I consolation prize was captured by ,
I he had many friends. About two
I I Miss Daisy Allen, a charming Oriental -
i months ago he went to Daytona on a OF OCALA
i visit but was taken ill and despite the I II I purse. The gentleman's first prize ,

Brea d i I loving care of his wife and other relatives I was won by Mr. W. D, Stark a silver I
Makes Clea.n and the constant care of a physician -
.; he'succumbed. match safe, and the consolation '
I Deceased was II years of age and souvenir awarded DIRECTORS.
prize, a stickpin was -
I: a native of South Carolina, having .
been born in Lancaster. His was a I s I I to Mr. R. A. Yockey. Covers were --- -

Powder thereisno I life full of interest having been a veteran laid for twenty-eight at the beauti- ;.':-c;,\,: ,y ," '_' J. K. Christian_ R. S:Hall .1
With Royal Baking i of He Florida -
? two wars. came to table where the Geo. Mackay T. T. Munroe
fully appointed lt
i in early manhood and in the Seminole
mixing! with the hands no s\veatof war fought with distinction. guests were sehted for the delicious lL*A. Ford Z. C. Chambliss.
,. 1 At the time of his death Captain a
supper. The centerpiece was a, magnificent -
i Johnston was surrounded by his wife '
the brow. .Perfect. cleanliness, greatest I and two sons C. E. and James P. bunch of white lilacs, the IP -II ...._! :::..:::--,11
Johnston.The most exquisite reminder of spring.
sweet clean -healthful food. i funeral was conducted Tuesday, I
facility The place cards were exceptionally -
? the interment being in Pinewood cemetery .--'
'- I I Daytona. The services were charming and original each having an
conducted by Rev. J. E. :Mickler, pas- quotation from the cynic's Lidgerwood Hoisting Engines. Cablewavand Conveying De- _
tor of the First Methodist church. appropriate
.. Full instructions in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook"book I South, of Daytona. talander.-Jacksonville Metropolis.A vices for Contractors, Pile-Driving, Bridge Building, log- t
for making all kinds of bread, biscuit and cake I Friends of the bereaved family In I and Mine Standard for
this section will extend sympathy. ging, Quarry Duty. Qualityand
with Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to any address. : Few men in' this county were more A "Prophet is, Without Honor." Duty. Over 24,000 In Use.

'I widely known than Captain Johnston, .
and a few more familiar upon the
ROYAL BAKING POWDER.CO., NEW YORK. .streets of Gainesville for so many It requires no genius to write up
1 I
\ I years. He will be greatly missed here. an event that has already occurred. m
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Gainesville Sun. -- Write for special catalogues .
Really it requires very little brilliancy. /,
SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, I Master Leslie Knox of 'licanopy, Is Capt. Johnson was many years ago, '

Local Editor. visiting relatives} in the city for a few :I I a citizen of! this county, and was a But to write up an event before it -f THE CAMERON & BARKLEY CO. .

days. .
I brother of Mrs. F. A. Howse of this occurs. To elaborate upon it. To an-
\ .--- : CHARLESTON, S. C.
}HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN Phil Robinson spent Friday and city.He ticipate all the ins and outs; to do all r. 0, HOFFMAN ,

Saturday at Lowell with Clarence was well known to our older this beforehand in an unique and entertaining Flor ']a Representative. Phone 20C Sav\ Hotel Jcala: FlonrUu: s
citizens. manner,:is the work of real
llr. W, M. Gist of McIntosh was: in .. .genius. It 'bears the ear-mark and
A Spend-the-Day Party. stamp of the genuine artist. It is Teal-
Ocala Tuesday.
Mrs. C. M.Harrington; of Augusta Ocda Furniture
,. Ga., is the guest of :Mrs. W. S. ly a meritorious performance and Conpny. 3,
" General Rutland ,of Sumterville, w'as"la Durst.Mr. Miss Minnie Burroughs, of Jacksonville ranks high above the ordinary' and .

Ocala Monday.The --- was, the honor. guest at a the common place.

"spend-the-day party".,Saturday which But it has been said by one wiser
..J George R. Kean has begun the .
Montezuma Hotel is receiving a was given by Xlrs. William H. Pow- than we "that a prophet Is not with- ,
erection of his new home on Fort
,fresh coast of paint. ers. The other guests were Misses out honor save in his own land," so

--N-, King avenue.- ..,.- Sara and Louise Harris, Esther Wea- we are not surprised that our "anticipatory ,There is Nothing Too Good For You. :" :- '- : =

; Every issue of the Banner' now an Capt. O. W. Reagan has returned thers, Ethel Robinson, Sue Barco, and news service," oftimes pro

Anderson. The ladies and carrying the ear-
Immigrant persuader. from Brooksvllle, where he has been Mary young phetic always

_. all the week.Mrs. were invited to come early after marks of originality and genius, \ :" "

( Mrs. W. F. Lowry, of Homosassa,,. I breakfast and stay all day. should not be a matter of keen enjoyment ,-, .' "< ,

;':was in Ocala Monday. : W. W. Clyatt returned home Mrs. Powers has a very cosy and .to our neighbor across the way. That's a broad statement but it h Ids good, for you will surely regret '. ,.; t
4 Saturday afternoon' from a .visit to attractive little home and her guests -- buying cheap furniture. Now that does not mean that you ;-":

Number 638.won the hat rack at the relatives at Bronson. enjoyed a very pleasant morning with Winnowing Literature. should pay an exhorbitant price f or your goods and if 'you would ,

Chambers Shoe Comp ny. her. At one o'clock dinner was serv- know where you can get the best goods at lower prices than you ,'i

--- ed the ladies Dr. Powers Before eating an apple we have ether '
Mrs. Beatrice :Marean went to being joined by are paying some place.Smith ,
Dr. and Mrs. Horace Reeves of Le- enough to cut out the rotten
Pensacola to visit her daughter, Mrs. the husband of the younghos- I sense '.

' von, spent Sunday in Ocala. W. B. Owens for a short while. 'tess. The table appointments of silver I spots. There are no obligations resting ".,. <.

-- -- cur glass; etc., were supplementedby t upon us to perpetuate all that .::-,

Mrs C. A. Tremere, of Belleview. :Miss: Lilla Brumby has moved her a large bowl of, violets and jon r happens to be found In old books. The '.

;r was. shopping In Ocala Monday. office from room Xo. 4. Union block, quils on a Cluny lace centerpiece and 1 world has: signed no contract with any & Roberts '\ -c

to room No. 13 Merchant's Block. to the guest of honor was given! a big of the old writers. We are under not ., ,
:''i Mrs. Charles K. Sage has been quite bunch of beautiful \iolets. obligation to read all of Montaigne. o.

.III' for several days but Is now 1m- I Sans news sans society sans 'politics After dinner kodak pictures were We can select and omit. If we prefer j

:,:proving. sans editorials sans all sorts of taken of the group after which, Mrs. the snow-white Virgil to the less pure will tak- pleasure in showing you the best goods at the lowest -

these not our Powers took her guests to the -natinee, Horace we need not make any compensation price Everything in the furni ure lint at consistent prices.
. service, but. then are
Mrs. It. H. ,Sanders of Dunnellon, troubles. where they enjoyed the splendid Si I to Horace of this preference. .-

spent Monday in Ocala the guest of I Plunkard perfprmance." I ---.-- -
,:relatives. Miss Elizabeth Bennett and her lit- I I One of the grand spectacles of our LANDS. -

; tle sister, Collie Bennett after spend- Mrs. Carney Gives Party for Miss I times Is this one of a purer literature.It .

: Mrs. T H. Wallis and children left ing a week in Ocala and at Dunnel- I Hansbrough. I is the whitest age in this respectthe

:Tuesday .for' Savannah to visit rela- lon left Saturday for their home at human race has yet seen.. The efforts -,-' ,
lives for several weeks. Saturday afternoon Mrs. E. L. Car- I made here and there by some '

Norfolk, Virginia.Mr. I ney was the hostess at a very delight- lone mind to place upon the market If you' have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent, '

Mr. Charles H. Lloyd. of Holder, Ben Rheinauer returned home!i ful little party, which she gave in I low forms of thought meet with scorching or if you want to buy lands for farining-grazing. ,.o,
was In Ocala Sunday returning from a : honor of Mrs. William Hooker's ': ,*
Saturday: morning from New York popu I rebuke from all the papers and, turpentining or lumber purposes, ,; .. '." : : :
business visit to Jacksonvile. City, where he has been for several : lar sister. Miss Addie Hansbrough, ofI magazines of the lartd. There seemsa : =." '
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weeks purchasing goods for the Elizabethtow, Kentucky.There growing desire that our books mag- .
Mr. and Mrs E. C. Welsh arid Mrs. i sixteen ladies ::,
were young and dramas shall
Rheinauer Dry goods store. azines,, newspapers, Write to >
Welsh's parents Rev. and Mrs. Delp, I present and a progressive guessing be free from all that coarseness whichso i

spent Sunday In Ocala. Messrs. William Dehon, of Cotton game helped to make the afternoon characterizes barbarism, and whichso

Bullock Plant. P. 'Griggs, of Electra L. D. I more' pleasant. The questions were mars all its touches.-David Swing. BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO; .
,Judge is in Tampa I all answered with the names of the '
and Mont- -- --
Stafford: of Cottage Hill OCALA FLORIDA.
this week where he will preside at the holm Atkinson of Fellowship, were different Shakespeare plays. After the School Extends Thanks for Books. .,
trial of the famous murder case of the
among the visitors in Ocala Satur- contest ices and cakes were served.
Wilder brothers of Plant City. Miss Rheinauer played beautifullyon Mr. J. H. Workman principal of

Jrr.- day. the piano and :Miss: Hansbrough the Ocala High School, has requestedus

,: Dr., G. W. Lamar of Quincy who U. .S. Marshal Thurlow Bishop returned and Miss;Patch recited several times to extend his thanks and the

,was recently appointed state Inspector home Saturday afternoon from and in every way Mrs. Carney's party thanks of the entire school to the following rSPECIAL
of convicts, was in Ocala Monday. NOTICE. 1 1vc
for excellent books for
Atlanta and Washington, where he I was an exceedingly pleasant one. persons
near this
.}Inspecting the convict farm
: the school library, viz: Miss Nellie
of the prisoners
" went to take some
"city. ? convicted at the last term of theesurt. I Col. Green's Speech Defense of Stevens, History of France, in eight vc Svc 5S -

I Mrs. Post. volumes; Miss Hattie Dye, History of
. Mr. M. C. Dosh and Mr. Thomas .
' Germany; Heron Todd complete

_Needham went down to Welrsdale Dr. H. C. Howard and Miss :Mary: Mr. Fred D. Peer formerly ostoffice works of Shakespeare; Mr. G. C. Crom.a Read This Carefully .
':Monday afternoon to put the finishingf. -
Howard of Champagne Illinois, father inspector, has a long article in the book case; Mrs..S. T. Sistrunk an

'touches on Mr. F. E. Haskell's fine and sister of Mr. E. M. Howard, of Jacksonville Sun reviewing the Post I encyclopedia. Dr. W. C. Lindsay, a In answer to numerous inquiries desire to have it known to mends

t residence there. visiting the east coast history of the world, and Mrs F. A. I desire tc state to my friends and and acquaintances that
__________ this city are case. I business acquaintances throughout ve no connection with or inte
j- .Messrs. G. M. and B, R. Blitch and Off Florida and the Islands of Nassau Speaking CoL Otis T. Green's. Teague, History of the World in sixI the south that I have no interest est in the Ludden &; Bates South

tDI'. S. II. of Blitchton, were and Cuba. They will return to Ocala speech in her behalf he says: : I teen volumes. in, or connection wjth the Ludden ern Music House, established by
Butch -
home. These gifts are very: greatly appre- &; Bates Southern Music House, Wm. Ludden and myself in 1870.
before going
Colonel Green's speech was able and
among the many visitors to Ocala on which established and Mr. Ludden ani Jas-
ciated as Is also the interest that is was by me myself and
[Monday. interesting. a psychometrist he developed r J. A. Bates about thirty-five years persen Smith, many years associated -
r r, .' Mrs, Goree Kelson. of Sumterville, the psychic side of his cli- being taken,in the library by the ago. I am now interested largely with us,are now interestedand

'({ Mr. and their who has been visiting her sister, :Mrs. ent's case. He vividly illustrated that friends and patrons of the school. solely in the LUDDEN &; SMITH in the LtmDE -C.un'BEu..SUdI
and Mrs. Jake Gerig I
Walter Hawkins in* Jacksonville for I _ _______ Music COMPANY, and in the Lm Co., of Jacksonville, Fla So far
I> Lake Weir psychometry, clairvoyance, and clair-
aby girl went down to
several weeks is In Ocala and will Miss Borger entertain*! the teachers DEN-CAMPBELL-SMITH Co., of Jacksonville as I am aware not a single individual
Sunday and returned home Monday audience are perhaps only one facul- I Fla., who continue the who helped to make the Ludden
with the family of Saturday at the home of :Mrs.T. .
few days p.m.
. afternoon.. i spend a ty in various stages of development same policies and business dealings &; Bates name so well known
. her brother-in-law Mr. E. K.-Nelson. and the phenomena of hypnotism, I M. Moore. The main topic of discussion which built up for us the largest throughout the South is now ,connected ,
--... waR the organizing of theTeacher's music business in the South. with the same. ;
mother, mental science and telepathy are combined '
airs ;Jake Brown and her '
f : Association in
of Fairfield wasa Library con-
Hon. M. L. Payne
..11.' Levy, returned Home Monday in Its fuller development, and
from Homosassa, where they spent prominent visitor to Ocala Satur- that skepticism ,is the antithesis in nection with the Library donated the We print the apove letter in order to correct certain
' His friends are urging him to I school by the'Elks. After an hour of
Sunday with Mrs.: J. J. Williams. day. every possible manner of phenomenaand : misleading impressions which are being made among our
t. R.. become a candidate for the legislatureand umena-humanity being a cen- pleasant conversation they retired to the many friends and customers. We believe that most buyers

' '.''.Mr. John A. :McCall. until recently he may*consent: to do so. "He is ter-point of contradictions-a seethe dining room where light refreshments I wish to deal with the, people whose policies and methods _

. President of the New York Life IilUTasee not a stranger at the capital and his ing wass. of conflicting opinions, instincts were served-by.Mrs. :Moore. All unan- gave them the greatest reputation ,ever accorded any

: Company, died Sunday after- record there ;Js .all to The good.' feelings and attributes.IN I imously agreed as having a most delightful piano dealers in the south. .

ooa at 5:35 o'clock at Xakewood, time. Decided to meet, In two All who wish to deal with W. Ludden, J, A. Bates A.

. XJ. Card of Thanks. MEMORIAM., weeks at the home of Mrs. W. S. B. Campbell, Jaspersen Smith, remember they are. associat-

:Many: thanks to the dear good peon Gray only] in *,
fh *I of Ocala and especially to the Sacred to the memory of Wellington -- .
-Governor E. B. Aycock, of GoldsN. pIe "
members of the Ocala Baptist .church Allen Staley who departed this ". Frightfully Burned.
-..... .. c., and )Ir. Munroe fit the Chaa. W. Moore a mechinist. of Co
y their kindness to me and my children : Jife February 18, 1903, in Ocala, FlorIda Ludden/'CampbellxSmith .
for ,
,city were In Ocala guests at the Ford City. Pa, had his hand ,
in our great distress.I in the forty-first year of his age. frightfully burned In an electric fur
'" :House. They were ,here on pro- always remember them with He was a kind and. devoted husbandand nace. He applied Bucklen's Arnica FIAKOS SIGH MERGHiKDISE.St.
'lokt business. These gentlemen shall Salve with the usual result "a quick .
prettiest kindness and :gratitude a loving and indulgent father. and perfect cure." Greatest on earth _
c SW that*Ocala .Js, the Mrs. A, T,.Staley,. Rest in peace* dear loved one. for burns ,wounds, sores eczema,and {Vei tilay St. Phone S19E JacksoiiTillc, Fla*

"Wn.., .,,...,',that..,-,..','they,,,,,..." have to. f. seen'" .....In...... Charleston! ,',<&.-'C_. .'. '" t.. 'Wife, and 'Children. dnIttore.piles; :25."cts._ '<-':" .At :'ydings'Jr. ...,;Co's.w. ..*.
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.1 "1'r'tr""r1tr11r"'r'' '?' "?" "'!" '" "!"U11flUUUU11TUUT1"? "?" ?" "?" ?" Then in a moment the door exclaimed was flung in I HOW SEASONING AND TELEGRAPH .": '-:"'

open by the sheriff, who POLES. ,:

: IN SELF DEFENSE fE glad amazement. ":'-:---,

_ "Why, mother it is John! Wherein '
With the life of telephone and telegraph "
the world have you been? Your ; II l.:

'E'(l X A Rural Story x x x -3- mother and myself have been almost poles at Its present iii limit the I s A t t'--:
miles of existing '.'Jnes requiring ,
worried to death about you. 800.00P f ,
r- As the sheriff spoke he extended 32,000,000 poles must be renewed
:: Auth e'f "TI' lecUos oj Oak Hurst." "Camilla." "Won Last." Etc. ZJ both hands toward the pale intruder approximately four times before trees i"
---_____________________________________ who. never touching them. strode silently i c.'J'"
-- suitable, to take their place can grow. r o _"
the and stood face to
into room
i? :ZZWRITTEN: ESPECIALLY, FOR THE OCALA DAILY BANNER 12 A pole lasts in service about twelveyears [- --'>
m face with his mother who had sprung
but is made

.:-f2- Jl- il !1 il tl ll jl ..1.i'il1Jl'lli.l,. jl l11.11jl. ll'' 1'' 11 11jl1 11 out of bed in her night clothes to wel- from ,a on tree the about average 60 years old. In B

come her returning son.
r CHAPTER VL A fervant hand pressure from Mrs other words, to maintain- continuous -
with glad
She started toward him a
: The Arrival at Dukesboro. I Mrs. Saint supply five times as many trees
who was too nuch cry, but John, retreating backwards theforessf. as
Just as the sun reached the meridian' overcome by her emotions than to say waved her aside. must" be growing in I

:j on the day in which they had more than a broken "God bless you" "Do not touch me, mother," he said there are poles dn use. The severity PERMANENTLY CURES

::4 broken camp, Juhn in his new role I and John left the already moving car in a firm voice "until you hear the of this drain upon forest resources by CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, flWrwg,'

: .t friend and protector to a recently and descended to the platform. awful confession I have to make. No, the telephone and -telegraph compan- ASTHMA, SORE THROAT, HOARSENSff

bereaved widow and her helpless child. A tiny handkerchief waved a fare- father,, I cannot touch the hand ies Is obvious enough. Just as in the WHOOPING COUGH AND CROUP ,

drove into the town of Dukesboro and I well from the window where :Mrs. which you offer me in love and case of railroad. ties the I question. of DO NOT DELAY -

salted his team in front of the best Saint Clair sat. The cars gIlded outf friendship until you know that the pole supply has thrust itself into pro-of Until the drain on your system produces permanent disability 'n.i

kotel of which the town could, boast. sight and the curtain fell upon hand of your son is not stained with minence. To lengthen the J.ife breathingmachinery is awonderful system of tubes'and cell*, TobL
and and in this way to moderate demand -> health it must be kept in good order. A COLD is considered feS
-: After assisting Mrs. Saint Clair another act in the drama of John Lorimer's the blood of a fellow man. Mother poles of BS
he conduct and conserve future.s| pp1ies, tance, yet if it was known by its proper name of '1hroat Inrin s
fcer child from the wagon Life. father-I shot and killed Bill Hamilton '!
affecting "congestion of the lungs its dangerous character WOa141tcia.ted.
.d them to the ladies' parlor and returning .' !I has become an important matter When i. cold makes its appearance use at once Bi11U t.t

held, a brief consultation with CHAPTER VII. With a shuddering cry of pain his the public as well as private 1 honed Syrup which will speedily overcome it. -

the proprietor of the place. t> A Startling Revelation. mother turned away, and sinking on interests. WHOOPING COUCH and CROUP Require Prompt Ae&! 9?
1902 the Forest Service has LINIMENT applied to the throat and chest pet wonderful t&3Ballard'S
A servant was sent to conduct Mrs. Instead of returning at once to the buried her Since
her knees beside the bed.
Horehound Syrup will rapidly stop the tic-lent urenwcoufhin
Clair to her room and Immediately hotel, John took a footpath leading to been making a thorough study of the
Saint I face in. the bed clothing while the *. IT IS THE ONLY COUCH REMEDY T'HAT'I t:

'4 the remains, of the late Mr. Saint a strip of land situated about a halfa sheriff. stood gazing at the self-con preservative treatment of poles and POSITIVELY CURE WHOOPING COUCH AND CROUP, i

I Clair were given into the hands of mile from the depot. When reachingits fessed murderer dumb amazement. I of the value of the seasoning in relation BEST FOR CHILDREN
to coolness he sat down to treatment. In this work its
An undertaker with directions prepare shady upon .
; (Continued) Mrs. Maud Mama. Ooldthnly,Tez..wrlttt:-'I hare used St ai :
1* them for burial. the ground and leaning against a -c first object has been as in its studiesof EoreHouna Syrup and flad It the BEST medicine for cronp. coSST i :

t In their journey of twelve miles huge sycamour tree gave himself up GREAT FRUIT SECTION.' cross-ties and construction timbers cold* M7 chUdrtA use U u 11 11 pleas a' SO sake and qu1cklJ g? J

Mrs. Saint Clair had grown sufficiently to thoughtThe to mak 'the timber last as longas SAFE AND SURE Three Sizes, 25; 5C; !l lTfca ng

calm to decide what she should do banknote which :Mrs. Saint of possible so as to check the annual
&; New f:iyrna Is Able to Boast Cklldrt&,FaTtriU lescdr IT"hUll Cturu l 1|

; upon reaching Dukesboro which a Clair had given him remained upbroken Splendid Groves. demand for renewal and thus lessen .
Ballard Snow Liniment Co. St. Louis Hal j
;"- traveler whom they had met on the In his pocket, and he thought witha so far, as possible the drain upon the ,
,, '
j toad informed them was a town of thrill of pleasure stirring In his (Staff Correspondent N. Y. Packer.) forest Co-operating with telephoneand ,-, ,,-- .- -- "- --- ,.- -- '- --'

tfteen hundred inhabitants.Her lonely heart that the lady's generosityhad New Smyrna, Fla.., Feb. 1906.-While telegraph companies railroads, SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BALL 1

husband having, before they I placed him for the present above this is the northern limit of the Indian lumber companies and Individuals it DRUGGISTS. ;

: 'kit the state of their nativity disposed want. Relieved of the care of his new river orange country it, is one of the has urged forward a series of exper- :-J

ot all his property. she had plenty found friend. the widow and the most important sections of that fruit iments covering all phases of the pro- .

.t money with her for all emergencies charming child .ohn's own cares belt. There are some fine groves blem, from, the question of .the best- -o-1
% 0 O,- 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0
and she decided to bury her husband came back to him with redoubled here, and there is no better fruit that season for cutting, through subse- :

temporarily in Dukesboro. dispose ofker force; and he wondered as he thought goes to market than that which goes quent stages of handling, to the final I I. Now Open For The Season. J

-: team and camping outfit, and with of it that he had not been apprehended from here. setting of the pole. Some of the most 0 I

her child, proceed on her way to Flor- ere this for the crime he had com The largest grove at this 'place is Important results obtained deal with

ida. mitted. "Thank God.' he said to himself the Ronnoc property which consists the seasoning process.,, THE OCALA HOUS

"I cannot endure to return to my fervently "that this did not hap- I of 400 acres. This is mostly oranges Seasoning was studied in. the first I

old home with this burden of sorrow pen to me at least while Mrs. Saint but there is a large acreage of pecans. place to -determine the rate, at which O -

; fresh upon my heart. I shall go to Clair was under ray protection. ; B. F. Chilton has the management of polls become air dry, that isr lost asmuch I OCALA, FLORIDA. nicU

new scenes and with God's help try Then John fell into deeper medi this property which is one of the fin- moisture as they will part with '
sufficient to bear i; tation. Should he 0 Large Airy Well Furnished Sleeping ROJm} ,; ee
: to find strength return at once and est in Florida. through evaporation in the open air. ":

,; for my child's sake." she said .pathet- give himself up to the authorities at CaPt. F. W. Sams proprietor of the The time of cutting was also carefully 1 x Tables Supplied with Everything in Scas

ically to her sympathetic listener. Mount Olivette as a self confessed o
Ocean House, has a fine grove of considered. Experiment proved that M

Late in the afternoon of their' arrival murderer, or take the money that had twelve acres. L. E. Wilson has ten poles cut In winter dry more regularly I Splendid Drives-Only five m es from the famous Silver sf

in Dukesboro a small funeral come to him by strange chance and acres, J. P. Turner ten acres L. W. than those cut at other seasons, n Easily accessible from all parts <.f the state. 2;

:? cortege wound its way down the principal with it put hundreds of miles between Wilson three acres from which he and also show a greater .oss in moisture -

street to the peaceful shades of himself and the place where the shipped 300 boxes. at the end of six months' season- 0 I RATES: 75c. to $1.SO'per day. ; J JI

.: ,I Mount Calvary cemetery: and just as first great sorrow of his life had des- At Hawks Park, two miles south of ing. The advantages of winter cutting Weekly Rates. American Plan on ApplicatS
the last of the setting sun sent cended him? 0
rays upon The temptationto
,j: here, II. W. Mitchell and W. S. Hart are, therefore, el..en."drying, witha
their long quivering arrows of light do the later was strong within are the principal and ship- o Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.

: across the well kept sward. poor Allen him but the effects of his train- growers minimum liability to check and light I a
:8 early pers. The former has five acres and D. C. EDWARDS, Prop. C. M. ,WHITESIDE) M
Saint Clair ,was gently laid to rest ing and the precepts taught him by the latter 2,000 trees. The fruit from weight-an obvious advantage for o _,

in the bosom of mother earth. his.noble mother won the victory and shipment by freight. Spring or sum- -o-O-O-O-O-O-O 0-0-0-0-0-.
these groves is of a very high quality Ie
', Tha next day John busied himaalfn when John raised his head from mer cutting secures a more rapid loss'of I
and readily brings in the market a I
: disposing of the effects which the where he had been bent low upon his moisture at first owing to the tem- -
of -
premium $1 over the ruling market
widow wished to sell and so interested troubled breast, the light of a firm resolution price. perature, but only for three or four a

did he become in his mission of shone upon his face. months. At the end of from six to r
Palatka, Fla., Feb. 1906.Truckingis
brotherly love that for the moment his "I will return home Immediatelyand eight months spring and summer cut
becoming quite
an important feature -
: own exile and sorrow was t rgottel1.On give myself up and leave the re- industry poles are found to have dried only
he/e although as yet the -
the fourth day aft./ Mr. Saint su.. in the hands of God," he said, Js three-quarters as much as winter-cut
in its Infancy. There are a few
: Clair'a funeral everything was in rising to his feet and speaking aloud. poles. Spring and summer cutting,
extensive growers In this! vicinity,
-, readiness for the widow to proc&Mon as though he were addressing a listen- chief however, would result 'in" saving In we.aft
\ among whom are J. H. Frye.
z her lonely journey toward the sunny ing companion, Instead of the inanimate who is freight and Increased durability if the
putting out four acres of celery -
skies of Florida. She paid all objects around him. poles are to be shlpped- and used
and contemplates Increasing his
1. .; the bills which she had contract*! He strode firmly to the hotel with within three or four months after cut- 4Mr-
crop to twenty acres next year: J. L.
:;; since coming to Dukesboro, and then never a faltering heart throb, and the 124
Burt, who has three acres of lettuce ting.The :
pressed a hundred dollar bill into next outgoing northern train that left and this second point to be determinedwas
celery year, and will plant
: John's hand which' he, flushing up to Dukesboro number"d John LorimerIt ten next year. the degree of shrinkage In cir

-, the very roots of his brown hair declined hour air v42 a
,_' was one past midnight There are two extensive pecan nurseries : cumferenceduring seasoning. This t /1/j ..
to take. Its I. was found to be slight
[ among passengers. very averaging
at this
place. One is the prop- Lv
"Do not misunderstand me deu when he reached his destination. but little over 0.5 per cent at the butt
I erty of Mrs. Walter Thomas and the 1be
friend, for such you have been to m1 When he alighted from the coach it was and 0.6 per cent at the top The rap-
other. Bear's
Is owned
; pecan nursery,
in the few sad days since I have known raining and the night was very dark shrinkage of wood does not begin :
by J. A. Bear. Both -
are dong a good -. -
; you. Money can never discharge mv while the only light visible was made business, the until the,percentage of moisture is reduced -s-
as pecan industry is rap-
indebtedness to you and I pray that by the station agent's lantern. lower than is possible in the
idly growing not only in Florida but
J you may remember that as long as I "Why, wasn't that John Lorimt>r?" all case of telephone and telegraph polesin CII&nne
I through the South. Mr. Bear is a
live you will possess a friend wh asked the agent of one of the by- grower of pecans himself. out-of-door seasoning.

will gladly render you any assurance :standing! loungers, 41 (h$ light Of the TitiSiVlUfc Fla, Fob 1906.=rThere The 'effect of soaking in water upon

L ,\ within my power to give. However, lantern flashed upon the face of the the rate of ooaaoning waa the third! f
are a number of fine orange groves in I
:_ do not, pain me. I implore you, by refusing new arrival as ha turned quickly this section. To show the sort of the problems dealt' with. The experiments I I II II

: this small token of my esteem away and disappeared into the dark- substantiate the common opIn- I
groves they have here it Is only nec- ,
and gratitude. If you do not need ion that
ness. poles soaked from two to four
.'- essary to mention that Judge D.. L.Oaulden. .
: the money yourself you will be sure "Dinged if it didn't look like weeks subsequently
'Im the real estate dealer at this season at a ma-

: Co : to' meet with objects of charity upon but I guess it wasn't, for circumstantial place has two groves for sale one terially increased rate. FOUR SAILINGS l.CH WEE

Ihich it may be wisely spent Take evidence is too strong agin' 'im Finally it was found that checking t ,
.i for $10.000 and one for $22,000, both ,
it for my and little Olive's sake," Mrs. to cum back to these parts lessen he's I in the course of seasoning is not serious -
of which are paying from 20 to 25
: Saint Clair said, with much feeling, as brought back' replied the man changing per cent on that much money.E. when poles have been carefully BETWEEN :

; ,i '. ?ae again pressed the money into theboy's the quid of tobacco cut. Rapid-grown timber
from one side L. Brady has: a fine grove Of however Jacksonville and New Yof
reluctant hand. of his when
rapacIous mouth to the other twenty-five acres from which he has so carelessly cut as to leave
: .
,:::, With only a murmured word ofthanksrnot as
he spoke. jagged ends, was found to
shipped 3,500 boxes; A. Froscher has badly
I i : : trusting himself to say: "Th re's at the butt '
: ; something mighty strange 500 trees from which he shipped 1- and at the top. This. is
l more-he slipped the bill Into his vest about that affair." answered doubtless Calling at Charleston, S. 0., both ways.
the agent merely the
widening the
200 boxes receiving fl.25 on the
: pocket and stopping picked up the as he locked the door of the station trees; Tom Johnson has sis'acres that cracks Ibroke started when the stick partially THE FINESr STEAMSHIPS! IS THE CDASTWWS SS VI2.'t

; little girl who. while her mother had and walked his off instead of .
': away with companion are very fine. being cut clear
.t .. been talking, stood with her chubby through the dripping darkness of the Orange shipping r along the Indian through. -- ----- -

arms wound around John's legs, and night. "You know that I was on the Just how much
river will continue till April. through seasoning THE
: ; kissing her warm, rosy cheeks fondly, cornor's jury, and it struck me that -- will add to the life of poles can not NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHED .

; he .led the way to the carriage which DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
Bob Anderson who was the last one Health. 1 be told until the actual tests are madein

stood in readiness to take Mrs. Saint sseen talking to the dead man knew service. The poles upon which the ly
Clair and her child to the Means the ability to do a good Jacksonville Boston
depot. On
: and Providence
something than he disclosed tests ,
.. more on day's work, without undue fatigue are being, made have been set in
: the way thither John sat with the the witness stand. But wild horses and to find life worth living. You a line. where their and all Eastern Points.
behavior can be lall-nga' arlt.ion Both '
little girl clasped to his lonely aching couldn's drag the secret out of him. cannot have indigestion -and consti- compared with that of SEMI U J2EKLY; SAILIXC15.Ways. otiea

: "- -heart. The lovely chllde had completely whatever .It was. There is no doubt and pation polutting without the its blood.upsetting Such the liver and will be unseasonedpoles SQ thbound....................... ............ ............................ From Lewis' it.

::" won his boyifih heart and but that Bill Hamilton deserved kill- dition may be best and quickest.a con relieved on a large number closely watched. Up- Northbound .........,.......................-...... Pram foot cf Catherine Streft
by Herbine the seasoned
lonely indeed best liver
t : the future appeared to Ing; still I do hope that John Lorimerdid regulator poles
(' the world has ever known a test was also made to show
.: I his mental vision, deprived of this not kill him,, for John Is an all Mrs. D. W. Smith writes. April 3. 1902: the value of various Clyde St. Johns River Line. tIe
: }' "I used Herbine preservative ,
sunbeam and find
that : it the
had best
suddenly and briefly
around good fellow and I should hateto
0 medicine for which is expected Between
; constipation and regulating to throw Jacksonville and Sanford
; across his. life. think that he would take the life the liver I "
ever Stcnlg\t
used. !
: 50 cts light on tne subject of dur-' Palatka, AstDr: St. Fraacis Seresfard !
"We may Sold by all druggists. : ( DeLa: ) p
meet again.Mrs.
: of matter what
any one, no provocation m ability. lAtdmgi oa St. Johns Eirer- Yor

: : St Clair said tearfully, as they stood might be." Only a Dog. -- Steamers City of Jacksonville and Fre'J'k flg' to }

'- \ ;. in the waiting room awaiting the ar-. Meanwhile the subject of this conversation A Healing Gospel. are appointed to Sail .5 follows: Leave Jacksonville sa rda in

.: rival of the cars, but I shall never was making his way throughthe Mrs. Nicholson Keiumtng. leave Sanford. daily except Sundays daily. except at 9:305.: Dru
; now
forget you-and I do deceased was The Rev. J. W. Warren, pastor of
not think
that drizzling rain toward his home. editor of the the him
New Orleans Sharon Baptist church
Picayune ,
: Olive ever wilt She loves you dearly The house occupied by Sheriff Ga., says of Electric
and was one of the brightest Bitters: "It is a SoutIBound in e
t and I believe that by talking to Adraln and his wife was a wide low the South. womenof lame Godsend to manknid. It cured me of SCHEDULE is
back stiff
her of you she will remember you al- brick structure and stood within a physical joints and somplete \
She collapse. I tk
shone like was >n
a meteor, and so weak it
; : ways. stone's throw of the jaiL John among took half an hour to !,eave 3 m.
[ ascended her last published walk a mile .. p. ----_ Jacksonville __ _... Arritt
. The cars with pieces was the following Two bottles of Electric Bitters have ,. 8 4S P. m. -_____ __ ... Pal uka u- -_. w-
a snort and a roar the broad steps and enteredthe ___ __ .. j ,
I made 300 a. m. ... 3 I
: me so
strong I have just walked .. -- ----__ Astor r -
from the engine came slowly puffing, veranda on tiptoe, and laid his "Tis my belief three miles in 50 minutes and feel 430 S. m. ,--...-...._..._ "."------1.. ......._.._.._ .i -re (

up to the platform and John con- hand on the door nob. The door was my dog will be like walking three more. It's made a Arrive. 8 30 a. m. -_.._--_- Beresford ( DeLanci) _.__': ,. I !tlembebo0ccj
"- __' __ \\
Among Sanford
the first to welcome new man of me. ______n' ..
ducted Mrs. Saint Clair, to a comfortable unlocked and yielded to his touch me. for weakness and all Greatest'remedy titt .EfltVpr .. _. .-.

place in the coach and placed and entering the house the boy went I keep Believing that, er complaints. Sold stomach under guarantee and liv- PAsSEtEa ; cm dicE: i 2 Iir-!,y sr.. 3'p. iJ"

the child beside his collar and his bell. at TYdings & Co.'s drug store. M. lROMONGEt R .
her then stoopinsgave softly to his mother's His Price JIt. Ass't Gen' Pa5ll
tim- And do not 50 cents. W.G COOPER.JJl.. Freight Al'eut. Agent.I22 Wast Bay St.. 1
say to him
the little on a fond lingering In tnoc": on the door was farewell. m Foot of C. P.I.OV2LL. S
MM. answeredby But sOod-by Mat For Sale -- AC. HAGERTY. Gen' Rast'u Pu Street. Agt .Jacksonville New Fla, 'I fr'I. hil
I I "me .u withim WWng a. match. -1000 pounds elect Eden Yrk. CLYDIt MII.NR.Gee
Dear faithful THEO G. EGER- (
Mat! Watermelon seeds. "VYV P. Moseley. General Mana9er. WM. p. CLYDE & co..Ge If'
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iRA ELIZABETH HARRIS, I Mr. Jacob Klein. Ode to the- Variety Store. CITY ,COUNCIL MEETING. I I ter leaking on the thor of. tha market' Poc'tic Raven'ous Writers,

Local Editor. I ,
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0 Matter referred to the committee with
As announced_ in this pap$'r Wed- I came to this town just one year 'ago, Streets Must Not be Used by Rail- I Written for the Ocala Banner. '
power ;.0 act. In toe midnignt dreary, an editorf
nesday ,morning, the firm of Klein & i I And made my best bow to the public I I Roads-Bell Telephone 'Ordinance. f bent weak ; '
APPEN1NGS ABOUT, TOWN. The sanitary committee, by recom- and weary, :
Campbell has been dissolved by the you.know, Laid Over-No More Streets I O'er many giant'Jetters., and Indian -
mendation of the city board of health., -S
--,-' retirement! of the junior member.Mr. I Some.said I'd stay some said. I'd go; .Paaved Say the Solns. lore.And ; -1
was instructed to have all the drains wondered at them nearly -napping
rv Henry Curtis, of' Jacksonville, Jacob Klein came to Ocala from As I plucked up brave courage and wnen there came a rapping :

,a prominent visitor to Ocala ,on New York at the time of-the openingof f stood In 'he -w The city council met last Tuesdaywith and ditches throughout the city put in Ragtag door ., rapping, at his sanctum- :-. '
present Aldermen
except .<
our great exposition and has beena goodcondition before warm weathers :
dnesday.ir. tI "Aspiring authors "moneyless writera -
A short yea I've lived and sure done Ford and Sage. j "
:. citizen ever since. ts in.. .. l' -aothmg more! .
I best M. Strauss appeared before the .
Bryan W. Blount of Tampa His, success in business has been my. '). The bill of Marion county for the I Deep into the darkness peering, long -

a business visitor to Ocala. Wed- phenomenal and if written by a writer I stand with the public and vie with council and asked that he be allowed I building of a piece of hard road in the I he stood, wondering, fearing- .
to unload'cars from the side track Wan tne silence uaoimeo, the still- '
day' of romance could be made to. read j the rest t j j I city limits to connect with the Shady I token
ness gave no
I on Osceola sreet between south ]!
without any extravagance of facts > I give to Ocala Its best bargain days, j road was ordered paid. "Its moneyless poets, entreating entrance --

fro W. H. Hopkins returned to hise like a fairy story. j And show that the word Variety pays, i street and Ft. King avenue. The mayor There being no further business the I, at. my sanctum; door,'* 5
; stated that the agreement between He signed "of more M.d.S. entreating -
at Boardman Wednesday aftern Mr. Klein landed In ,Ocala with thir- j I've been honest and straight with% council adjourned. \ j entrance, and nothing more.

after a short visit In Ocala. ty cents and this was long before the | both man and maid I I the railroad" and the city when said I i WritUnsr begging publication at my
asIde track wag laid was that there t door- cnu answered-nothing more
thirty cents became a proverbial story. j All that I ask is the public's cash j I This Is Easy. i i Back to his M.$.S. turning' all his --

Irs. Edgar F. Smith, of' Dunnellon About eight years ago he formed a I II trade. 1{:I'should be no unloading. or loading of -- soul within bun burning"

of Ocala. spent Wednesday In I freight therefrom. No action was taken Willie tied thebaby's !t When again he Heard tne rapping ..
merly business with such ,
co-partnership Mr.f I'll give on my birthday, bargainsin something louder than before!
f on the request of Mr. Strauss.
city, Duncan Campbell since which 'time J lace I j Firmly to the chandelier; 1 "Surely" said he,, "there's something

-, Mayor McConathy d that he had Baby chuckled full of glee- : t at my door:1:
( "they have done a most remarkable The merchants will cry "Us a shame
A. Jordan returned to Tarn- I jl been approached by a number of bus- 4 More tnan writers, they d? not wait
Mr. J. business, carrying at times a $40,000 j I and disgrace." "Twas his ear of corn, you see. : my bidding to ope the door
Wednesday afternoon after spend- I ness men on the proposition of -PrInceton Tiger: The mystery I will explore," is'nt
stock. The stock now amounts to Just come 'round to see me Tm young !
in Ocala. : sprinkling the streets daily and that tney but something more!"
few days Willie him ,
a about $25,000 and Mr. Klein finds him-J and I'm strongI'll I 1 I pulled by his tongue; ,

''-' --- self sole owner of the same. He paid stand by you honest and do you he believed if this could be done thei Round and round Va room they I I I Open. then he flung the door when

The famous Buster Brown _Blue i i I water company would make concessions swung. : \vitti tart and flutter
for his partner's half interest In cold
no wrong. ,
boon Shoes for boys and girls at : cash. I|I In the price of water. The {matter Baby seemed to' like jt, though- 1 i i In of there long swarmed ago! still' .born writers

Fair Store. IMrs. i i I, was referred to the chairman of the ""Twas his : Not the least- resistance made he, to .
Few merchants in Florida can ;show Picnic Saturday for Two Visitors. ,.wagon tongue, rou know.-
-. I j I street committee. : their coming, but stood he
a better record than Mr. Klein. His Tallahassee Capital. Mute! as wita mem of lord, or lady,
McMillan of Gainesville, who I I'i i A. T. Strunk was given permiisso'n Little Willie smacked : the door.
success shows the possibilities in the ) One of the pleasantest events of last his lips came they.througa
her ',brother Col. L. : to erect a building in block 63 ,0. S. Stood they all around him about hid
visiting The
been still
t mercantile business if followed with ii j week was the picnic at Silver Springs',] baby was glad sanctum floor! ,
Miller; for the past two weeks has \ being the block just west of the A. C. For' see Little Willie wanted I
i energy, ,perserverance and capability; j ji Saturday, which wal;} given for Miss you .
; J L. railroad and north of the \ Than, those spirits, sighting, took
turned home. :. | Clara Hurst, of Indiana. who is the j t express Some of the candy the baby had.
.___,_ 1 office. tneir thoughts from the writing!
Mrs.;*Woodrow Gives Afternoon Tea. guest of her aunt Mrs. S. R. Pies I i Ocala Banner. With grave and stern decorum of fate -

The Atlantic Coast Line pay trainas t" 1 1I and Miss! Goley Sanders, of Brooks- j Atoraey Biggs introduced an ordi-, I II I ---- they wore. '

in Ocala Wednesday the officials I Monday afternoon Mrs. David S. I Ii ville, who is visiting her aunts, :Mrs. I nance-relating to the sale, redemptionand i A Big Land Deal at Tampa. Said.shaven"though, thou our editor crest art is no shorn craven, and, .

tying Off the employes of the road i Woodrow,'one of Ocala's sweetest and I II Blake and Mrs. Martin. custdy of real estate and personal !i 1i To try the unraveling of thoughts

ere.i I prettiest young matrons, entertained: There was a big wagon load of jolly property in the case of non paymentof if f. A deal has just closed whereby There's from minds nothing nightly new under sore! the sun .;

.- I her young lady friends at avery delightful and care free girls in the crowd I taxes. which was read and referredto George A. McLeod. -Tampa, pur- from minds plutonlan shore"
has a the judiciary committee. i Quoth the editor. "No No! No!"
Mr. John W. Williamson now little afternoon tea. Only the and they were chaperoned by Mrs. W. -
j chased the holdings of Pfeifer & ComI .
Ice fruit stand at the New Idea res- unmarried set were entertained and J. Lohrig and Mrs.. R. G. Blake. After Salaries of the city officers.. and. sev- I Much he wandered to hear I spirits "
where he ,will be pleased to eral bills were paid. ;I pany at Abbott Fla., consisting of discourse I
urant, the afternoon was a charmingly Informal reaching the springs they went i so plainly.
The Bell Telephone ordinance 1 of fine timbered "True your answer" said they "the e
was 20,000 acres
his one. In the dining room salad I &down the run for several miles and writers our thoughts bore. '

-- tea wafers, olives and candles were when they returned to the head of the reported\ back to the council by the I This land is said to contain some For you can't help agreeing, the livIng -

| Mrs.James IL Pittman' and daughter from decorated ta- committee without recommendations.The of the finest timber in the state. 10- human beIng ,
served a daintily Springs they found that :Mrs. Pyles i I But echo thoughts, that were thought
orothy, of Jacksonville, are the ble. In the center was a low bowl had arrived and had ready for them company was to have had a i 000 acre.of which is virgin. The property before. '

ests of Mrs. Pittman's parents-In- of pink roses and gracefully scatteredover one of. the most... delightful spreads that representative present to explain what I was bought by Mr.. :McLeod for Then be sure friend to echo gx d*, -'

U, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pittman. the table were sprays of smilax. was ever served at a picnic. Mrs. they expected from the city, but as 100000. nothing more! more, quoth the. editor, ever ,

__a he didn't shoy up the matter was laid This tract of land was formerly -
Miss Hattie Dye herself as sweet as Pyles is noted for her culinery art and ,

IS. Bryant and family have removed a flower sat at the table and pouredthe' this dinner certainly did jutsice to over Indefinitely. owned by B- W. Blount, and waS pur- Then editor the only spirits, lonely, spoke to the

Ocala to this city and are pleas- An ordinance relating to the hours chased by Piefer & Company, two
>m tea. 1 her reputation and it was greatly en- These few words, as the sighing into

atly located in East Gainesville. Mrs. Woodrow had as her guests joyed. Never did a crowd of young for opening and closing saloons and years ago for $50,000. his soul did pour. :

prohibiting the USA o' pool and bill- The land purchased will be tur Giving power to /lo, and utter, undying .
Gainesville Sun. just
Edith Piatt, I
Misses Miriam Pasteur, folks have a more delightful day than thoughts that around him soar.

Minnie and Louise Gamsby. Sarah' they did on this occasion.Mr. saloons or connecting rooms, was put pentined at once. Then he muttered, uttered, "never was

Martin and litPa on its second reading. Several \ editor so visited before!
[ llr. and Mrs. C. A. Esther Weathers Minnie J
McCreery, -
Soo nthey will leave me, as other visitors ;
son of Plant City, were visitors, to Burroughs Sara Harris,' :Meta Jewett, Frank :Matiews. 'who has been changes were suggested, and will in Messrs. E. W. Davis and Carlos L. t have done before--" -

ala Wednesday and while here Mr. Valeta Potter. Sue Barco, Gertrude home on a visit for the past month,. all probability be made before "Its LIstnink. of Ocala are pronounced j I Quoth the spirits' -"never more'"
f I Startled at the stillness, broken by
iartln enlisted for the Ocala Banneror 11'ereda.! Eloyse Izlar Ethel Robinson left Sunday for Macon, Ga.. wherehe final passage The law provides for candidates for state attorney for this reply so strangely, spoken-

the coming year. Emily Ford and Hattie Dye: and they will have charge of"-a skating rink the ,closing of saloons except' during I district, the office made vacant by the I "Doubtless". ald he, "what they utter,

,r the hours from 5 a, m. until 10 m. I resignation of Hon. N, Allred.. who is truth. nothing more.
afternoon baifi the next p. '
sociable foi
thirty days
I all had a cosy after j j Brought from some unhappy writer,.
\ Mr, Carter II. Dame, state organiz- ether. which he will reorganize his orchestra '- Mr. Blue. who was sent here to erect t>n account of failing health Is forced I whom pittUesa Disaster;

Ir for the W. 0. W., is spending this f.\o for the summer months and make the city ,electrical machinery,* asked, f temporarily to make his home. In Col Followed fast and follawed faster,
) till his bore. .
soul no song
eek; at Perry and other places in Soldier Follows his ;;; General. a tour through the northern states. through Chariman Weathers, who was orado. Mr. Davis has been acting for Till the dirge o{ his hope th spirits

est Florida organizing ,and. looking I __-_ ; While here Frank has taken a great i'r to pay him for his time ,while at work. I ;M" Allred for some time pasta. t bore"-Quoth they evermore." .. ,,

No action was taken in the j has made a" good official. Mr. Sis- .
after the Woodmen camps. I here
News has been received deal of Interest in the reorganizationof { : But the spirits vanishing, left the editor
____: ___ A : perlntendant of the electric light i truD v was a, member of the legislature wandering,
I >t the death at McCrory, Arkansas, on. the Metropolitan band and it was i I

A little son was born to Mr. and I February 5th of Mr. P. L. Fakes, brother principally by his enthusiasm In that plant asked that the council buy wire } and "aile ,quite a reputation iz\. that Engaged expressing in guessing what they were \

Art. Bloxham Dormany at their homeD 1 for installing a number new lights. i[ hod) Both gentlemen are members his
of Dr. B. It. Fakes, of Asheville. direction that, it was again revives! i-When to weary ears; burning to

Plant City a few ,days' ago. Mrs. 'his rank How the boys getting along Referred to the light and water committee I of thi Ocala bar and .are successful. his bosoms core 0I
Lieutenant Fakes acquired veer, are '
Whispered they, shining in light
many is a sister of Mr. George H. where trust with power to act. I practitioners. I 0
during the Civil war. he served nicely, at present. and we they I i of eternal living -
aytor, of this city and formerly re- Chairman Weathers, of the light "Do the right live pureand true" .
He with the work have
with his four brothers. was may keep up good iey i iI i
I and I Mr. O: G. Deane, salesman for the than sighing said n:). more. ,
ided here. committee reported that !i f
: Gen. athan Bedford Forrest in Gen. so ably begun and make the Metropolitan I Quoth the editor--overmore." -
this committee had disposed of the t Cable Company, of Tampa, after I -1[. P .
I Joseph Wheeler's cavalry brigade and what it once was, the pride V "
The, Honduras Colony held "an im- when Forrest with four of Ocala. I\ old boilers from the light plant.. for pending several days ,In Ocala, went -'

rUnt meeting Tuesday evening at .! was hundred present men captured eighteen hun- t I $450 and that he thought the balanceof I home yesterday. While here he succeeded I That Heart to Heart T 'k.! ." : :

heir headquarters. No details of theruetlng 1 Fort Sill. A lit-- Itch-Ringworm. the machinery unused could also j jt : in placing several of his high ,
dred of the enemy! at ; I ;
have been given out for pub- t Forret" had be disposed. of. i The committee was grade instruments. :Mr. IJeane says .I That "heart tt) heart talk". f <.ur4.ia ,-

Icatlon. but It Is understood that there tie girl mounted behind E. T. Lucas. Win o. Ky.. writes i t instructed ( Ocala Is the most attractive place of bearing a most .'eHghtf'ul .ia>*e tj -:, .<
to dispose of this machinery .< '
showed him a ford which he crossed April 25, 1902: "For 10 to 12 years I : )
1111 be "something doing" soon. Lieutenant- had been afflicted with a malady I to the best advantage at first op its size he has ever visited, and as he ,j We really did not kno* f.: it ibj ,

\ and surprised the enemy. known, as the 'itch.', the itching was portunity. t, has traveled considerably this Is say j i Banner had so many frt JJ1; ...vtthln. : ,
about the same I most unbearable I had tried'for years ,
Fakes passed away ; *
Mr. S. E. Hess of Silver Springs i I ing'a' good deaLHe that when and without the count" : -
Wheeler.-Ashe- Ito find relief, having tried all remediesI Resolution was passed ordering that'the says I' ,
ud the misfortune to break his arm ., time as the veteran I could hear of, besides a number of minutes of the council be printed j one has once visited!; Ocala he is certain One subscriber h" i. .t =. a dollar

1 yule, (N. C.) Citizen. doctors. I wish to state that one single I in >un and sal:! ':. '.. merely aeti -. -.
several The Injured mem- to want to return. i .
days ago. I application of Ballard's Snow Liniment in, the Ocala Banner. for one "Mr'trom .
*r has been put In shape by Dr. Moyend : cured me completely and perma- date.. j I j Sheriff Gordon is out again after be- ing as a mlssio.-/ hIs wife who
Former '
Mr.. Hess is attending ti his bus- !l'An Approaching Marriage of a nently. Since then I have used the Attorney Biggs offered a resolution, J I ing laid up for several*days. told him that "..e must be sure and .,
Ocala Girl. liniment on two separate occasoinsfor j
ness as of ,. |,! pay it on his sab3cripti9n to the Banner .
yore. t I ring worm and it cured completely.25c. empowering the finance committee to : .
--- 'I Mathews has IssuedI 50c and $1.00. Sold by all. drug act in the best Interests of the cityin J. A. ,Hansbrough, the popular city 1: !" S
that has :\lr..J. Raven gists. m the' After he went'ho'ne he said he read
Wallis Troxler is the name disposing of litigations! over unpaid auditor while hunting other day : ,.
to the marriage of his second ,
xn given to the little son. who re- invitations daughter, Nannie. Ogden, to Mr. Will Reside in Virginia.Mr. taxes on certain suburban property a short distance from the city, succeeded j{ our "heart to heart talk" 'and inclosI -

'tnUr came to the home of Mr. and j which is In killing a woodcock. This ; another dollar with request that
the marriage to take 'not worth the charges that j I I I I

Mra. T. 'V. Troxier, the little one beIng j I I! Stanley Lowry All Saint's, Episcopal church I and Mrs. Clifton Camp left on are entered against them, and to set- delicious gamp bird Is by no means :: we move up his name until 1908!.

named for Mr. and Mrs. T. H. place in common In this state. Mr. Hans- j I A lady subscriber from Philadelphia,
; o'clock Saturday morning, February Tuesday for Roanoke, Virginia where on the most favorable terms pos- .

Will!*. ,I at ten twenty-fourth at Riverside, they will make their home in the fu- sible. I brough, stating that during the whole i another from New York City and still "

';, the of his hunting experience here he had another from Washington City inclosed ,:
where the family now re- ture. Mr. Camp will assist his father Insurance policies on the electric I

11.... F. T. Schreiber was the pleasant :. California. Col. W. N. Camp In his extensive operatIons -j,I light plant were. presented and refer- only seen five of them, and added that I postal orders with requests that

hostess of the members of the side. % I their subscriptions be moved to -,
red all of them had found their way to' up ,
to the
I will be well remem- near that city. finance committee. .
Married Ladles Card Club at their I IttUr Miss Mathews t- his bag.-Tampa Times. 1908 and accompanied the same with :
people of Ocala. :Mrs. Camp's sister. Miss :Mary An- Applications forreduction in taxes

,. weekly meeting Wednesday j jifternoon i bered by the young of the most popular derson left Tuesday for Lynch- of the following were refused: R. E. Mr. Hansbrough Is ,the brother ot I the most flattering praise of our ef- -
and her guests had a very r She was what was called at that burg, Virginia where she will be Yonge & Company, }I. 'Handelsmanand I Mrs William! Hocker, of this city. forts. J.
ujhtful afternoon After the games | members of I A great, many of our county 'subscribers '
"Push" crowd and her friends the guest of Misses Mary and Eliza- T. H. Wallis. Stephen Hodge who
toothsome refreshments were daint- j i time the I For Sale-My home and lot knownas have called in persou and ". "
beth Adams for several weeks. asks a reduction on his
property was
of her
interest ap1roaciflg -
117 served. will learn with the Reardon place situated on others have responded by letter. -I I
allowed to settle valuation.
marriage., --- on a $300 law aha avenue, for particulars oCk-1
I I&Iteny Mr. and 'Mrs. Edward L. Mclntosh.formerly The clerk was instructed to cancel W. C. Jeffords. City. or Mrs. K. Indeed we have literally been < rer-F ;"
arrived at the 1100 Snd st. Louisville Ky. -! '.
Nurney: Camp ed over with words of praise. ,
of this city, accompanied by all double ,
Mrs. Nichols and the lat- assessments on the ,tax ;:
iome of his Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mr. and has been of the best- .';:
parents February one .
McIntosh .
Mclntosh's brother Dr.
Mr. .
and books and also to notify the clerk of "
Willie Duggan
The lit- ter's ,young son Louis Robinson, a prominent citizen '
Carttp Wednesday afternoon. months we have had since the O Saturday, and a trained nurse, are expected to the circuit court of this action. -:
tit gentleman has beennam'ed for his : her mother. Mrs. Hays, leave and business man of Providence, R. Banner has been established! .'
I the future arrive in Ocala in a few days from The matter of putting in a cement .'
fnuteraal grandfather and is a fine lit- for Tampa where they will in I.. who has been o'a visit to his ..... -, ff
Ocala New berry, S. C. Mr. McIntosh has drain: ditch from the AntiMonopolydrug
t" feltow.jf make their home. brother. Hon. W. G. Robinson, left Chamberlain's Cough Remedy theMother's
been very ill for over two months and store south 'of Magnolia streetwas
I II ,friends:: will regret very: much to los esterday for Ocala where he will Favorite.The j
Willie was able to sit up last Saturday for referred to the'street committee. soothing and healing proper- ,
I J.)lr Palmyra. New them. For some time past spend a day Or two as the guest of I
A of
)4, C. Hunt, j. Ocala the first time. He will be brought to i The street committee recommended ties of this remedy its pleasant taste -
York4 Is winter visitor } Duggan las been one of the his younger brother,-Geq. K. Robinson. and prompt and permanent cures have oJ -
) a regular Ocala on a stretcher. Mr. Mclntosh'? ; tliar. no streets be I with
und he has been more pavedat present -made'It a favorite people e'ery'j
carrier boys, He expects: to return ta Gainesville before -
I jt Homoa sa is spending a few days ;j jla Banner's host of friends in this city hope that as the expense of keeping them t where. It is especially prized by" 1
()11i'. During his con- his for the :;orth.- colds '
faithful departure for
[ Coda. has a boat at a very mothers of small children ""
)Ir. Hunt I
I he will soon be fully restored to good In repair was becoming too great.
meetWin nection with this paper we have hardly Gainesville Sun. | croup and whooping cough as It al-
"nln'lck. which he expects to I complaint from his health. Mr. and Mrs., McIntosh "will Motion! of Alderman Nelson to use | ways affords quick relief. and as it :., J
at ) Hunt will leave ever had'a contains no opium or other harmful : 0I
U mL Mr.
I I'It little fellow again make Ocala their permanent one of the first horses for street work The Best .. .fi
coast. He waid.. He is a manly Physic. ;I drug, it may be given as confidently. "
t day or two for the east wherever he home. was referred to the fire and street I to a baby>> as to an adult. F0r sale b& _:.; JI

I'Wtlcularly delighted with this sec- f and will make friends -- committee with to act. When you want a physic that is I all druggists .," .; ''1
lion The good wishes of this paper power mild and gentle, easy to take and certain : ;. :
! of Florida. goes. The Yellow Fever Germ Mclver & MacKay submitted a bid to always use Chamberlain's '
home. act ::
L!: wit follow him to his new I has recently been discovered. It bearsa I t Stomach and Liver Tablts. For sale I Chafing Dish Club. .h '" ,, 1
for putting floors and walls in thefire '
close resemblance to the malaria fever '
who : all druggists. .m i :
f lIr. A. B. KlbJer of Dunnellon. by .
Mrs. Sam Davis and two garm. To free the system from disease station, the amount of the bid being "- Miss Florrie Condon entertained the :
i et1y purchased a boat, the This- I j Mr. germs, the most effective remedy j .:
?00d. at New Orleans- has just re-' !! children of Juliette are in the city is Dr. King's New Life Pills Guaranteed I $1799,00. Referred to. the fire committee The regular monthly tea, given by young ladies chafing dish club Wed- ;,
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam T. DelL to cure all diseases due to malarial -' I with request for report at next the ladies of the Episcopal ;church: nesday night Only the young ladies ,1
has guests ,
ile from that city. where he poison and constipation. 23 cts. j' .
Davis has been engaged in ,the meeting. will be held at the home of Mrs. E. who are members of ,the club, were
w looking after the loading of the Mr. at Jydings: & Co.'s drug store. inClement S I
) j naval, stores business, but recently Chairman Carmichael of the market' M. Howard, next Tuesday afternoon, entertained and, an exceedingly pleasant '
j junntJIon
,Hh the goods he purchased ,
t store and his several disposed of same He i$ l looking.fcvr a Armand Falliers was Inaugurated "committee reported that j; E. Banks-, I j the 27th of February at; S o'clock. A evening was spent playing whist,

for his family and will proba- president of France Sunday, ;I ton had asked for a new floor In bis >' cordial invitation Is given to aUto be. after which'chicken salad, wafers e'e..
r..tor In this and adjoining home : .. .
tMo" S bly locate here.Gainesville Sun. j February the eighteenth. Stalls at-the market. ; also" reported wa- present. were served.i' ".

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: V ,ER, a V 'W'ITH THE BUNG HOLE OPEN. The real -trouble with 'Aniericao tLI F.'".

-t: ". -=-..- -_v14 Mr. Bryan has resigned from the -0 to ,
HARRIS holds society together The railroad u-mmissioners ,Qf Flor- fashionable life'at present seraa
Editor. .What is it that I '
board of trustees of the Illinois
V V I ? When we look out over the worldas V fined the Seaboard be that .It is the vicious, not virtuous .
- ; V P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. I college, located at Jacksonville, IlL, be- it exists now and see'the corruption have recently All OVERVV:

: ,. in high places that is bejng .Air: Line railway for not, posting .a which our 'smart set Imports from II
: V. cause a majority of the trustees vote$ In full '
r- brought to the surface view Europe and which, without let or
:p of the public eyewe are almost con- notice on the buJletln' board .at'.Lake S .. ,
in favor of accepting-a donation from .
V V : a strained to give up the battle and for- hindrance: gets through the custom

!t' V VV Mr. Andrew Carnegie on the ground ever quit contending that there is really !City stating that one pf the passenger. house. 'f'' Eruptions Appeared: ;
virtue in In: the very
V i: that to' do so would ..place the collegein place any where the strongest characters trains was thirty minutes late. > In the'end perhaps the surfeit Face and Neck Wei

; line with 'Plutocracy: V should'be found we 'find the baser elements It is"now citing the East 'Coast "rail will bring. about Its reaction; even .1
V Out-Scates
g' V of the human kind pr domlnant: and. cr
It seems to us that no one can 'read But despite all this there must be a way to appear before it. on a certain though the automobile craze wilt re

f*r Mr. Carnegie's book entitled "Tri cord somewhere in the .social fabric / why certain .improvements side from a steady and useful locomo- :- Iowa .Lady !Has
'show cause
V of'a divine texture date to ,
or, I
that partakes Cuticura
umphant Democracy without, feeling and for tion. The time may come when the in ReIUiVV
would collapse the
] else society have' not been made on .
that the author a 'democrat throughand Its sake we ,cannot altogether give up -'Durbin rich American will find .some thing'. Diseases."V
of' the race is depot at a little place called I
the idea that the future .
through. V V' more to his fancy than bizarre vanities -
a hopeful one.. -Florence 'Vldette. somewhere on-;Its line. '
None of our earlier or later statesmen and foreign loitering; when ANOTHERVOND (
Of course it Is a hopeful one. The 'Some of' the newspapers hall with. "
have paid a higher tribute t5"our, surrounded by the refinements that k '
_ .", world, is growing better each,. year and pleasure: 'the fact thathe railroad home V CURE BY
institutions.The V commission is getting ,busy. money .can buy he will stay at tu i

V ,book from the first ,'page to each day The. world: has not lost, one quite ready to receive the best of
to however., that these .
'It, .seems us,
:: Motto: The Banner, believing these' the last page breathes the spirit of the Inch of ,its gain In ,civilization. Life'is the spigot company, 'n O longer nursing the distemper "I had an eruption VrJ, flV
merely attempts stop
il ..{ the top well able ti take care .f I simplicity of democracy. world has been are of deriving pleasure of dip chest and body and 1ej'and
the :
If :
while hole is .left wide open downwards
-the bung
1-. themselves, has taken its stand in tJbarri ilr.'Carnegie's great wealth does. I I ping his toes in the rather cold. $un so that& ,
"ades with the going,back we ,w"uJd have .been wor ethan and is bringing disaster to 'the people face were all broken out;
rV V c.mmon# pup not puff him. up. He is'plain in his shine .o f titled aristocracy: which at and the lower.limbs AS ;;,
.. V and its fight will b. made for the betterment : barbarians, from which 1t' is 'a win are unfortunate enough te live
tastes and simple In his habits. He heart despises him. There, was a I at first thought it j
V of those at, the bottem. Question if we did not start, and it is a in the interior of. Florida But soon scales or :
is easily approachable. In all the
? V _ _ dead moral certainty.that the world ,The Easterlings, the .largest vegetable : ,republican society, Indeed-a ,society the breaking out va& \
i V ; walks, ot life he ;sets an example worthy be cf because a society P'
V V to proud
V I has advanced along material lines :t
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23,, 1906. of emulation. When his favorite a flattering degree. States, -who operated largely at Martin -' proud of its country: .and of itself treatment of the Cutieurs! :

V niece. Miss Lucie Carnegie married V its inspiration to the which I had great faith ]
back from :
'gone ;
V If'we accept the religious and moral a very ich section Jn this county .
her riding teacher against the wishes whence satisf tory. A year r t \:
Wanted. destiny of man this world is the school have pulled stakes and moved homely, homespun. sources .
: -Big. broad minded men on of her immediate family,, she found in : up eruption appeared acua, jEi
and S we draw all that Is strong and worthy lower but before r1t
; ,:: our judicial benches. J ground' for education of the soul I away. ;
friend defen-
"Uncle and
Andy" a a ; in ..our life aa a nation and as a I procured another hadtinel
V : der. character, of man. It 'is the field In A, large" number -of growers at An Remedies -
'V cura and
John Skelton Williams Is visiting in which .we must grow and bear fruit thony haverestricted their acreage people. until the ,
", :Mr. Carnegie' proclaimed the virtues cure was compfete; ;
/Tampa Sr5 of the young man in the public for: eternity. Into 'the, animal life was and some have, been forced to quit- al- There: is a great deal of truth in five years since the,lad ;aim
I VV ..-. ;--- prints and said that he was prouderto planted the soul spark'which is man's' together. ; this, but it- Is gratifying that the have not seen anyEipschave c.rJ

I V Five thousand babies are abandoned duty and God's destiny for.him to cultivate -' 'A party 'of gentlemen from Sin en-' best. American, society is growing taken about three OOt&fi?'{
have him a member of the Cuticura Resolvent f.t
I by their mothers In New York City 'I and Improve that It may become nes, Indiana, purchased a large tract both more patriotic and more appreciative -' aad dUfi
.. Carnegie family, than. any Count Boni how much of the Snip .
V annually. V de Castellaine that was- ever born. valuable and useful. of land near Ocala and ,planted the of' itsco'untry, and the best always keep them. orq-

- V { There is nothing foolish 'nor, foppish It was not God's destiny to make a same in vegetables.They:, said that J5f American sotiety is gradually realizing one half dozen of _

V: \ Columbus, Ga., stands second to perfect being but give the opportunity : their object was not to get 'rich quick, that' the 'average European "I decided to give l the '

4. New Orleans, La.., in the-exportation about "Uncle Andy. for' making millions. It not. being but they wanted to do a steady, legitimate title taken along with, the average edies a trial after I bad&eJ: .. .
He came to, the United States, a,poor of their treatment of
of sugar cane syrup. the plan of .the Great Creator to make businestmAtter European fortune hunter is a very
infant to'oDe '
V boy. He was energetic, and enterprising. belonging < perfection except by the physical law have undesirable alliance. The time we bors.
He wasn't afraid to soil his'hands three years' trial ,they Thenearest parent took u.e'i

_ Mr. .John D. Rockefeller Robertson, with vork nor shirked responsibility of growth and improvement. men are pulled up stakes and returned tq thel believe will 'come when sUch\.matri-,i physician,but histno

I: : wife and little,boy havb returned from not born perfect but each life starts' Indiana home. V 'f V I monial. alliance will be understoodfor good. Sotheyproamd&tl
nor duty. His efforts weresuccessful Remedies and cored fcer' &f
c a pleasant visit to Whitney. I from the beginning must growr 1 what they really are, Certainly I
He made money, indeed, and j ., The gentlemen composing this party When they began using ( '. :

V more than he ever dreamed of in the and improve as the individual" strives said that' the climate of Florid is' AmerIcan girls have, had enough un- edies her face "vras temh ii
: : t "
Editor, Stovall has a horse, nanied, the material that is furnishedby "to this already- V with but she/was
v buoyancy'of youth or.uses all right. they liked, it immensely:. eyes sores,
,;. ''. "Judge Parker," and Is willing to rIsks n'otvar the. .Master hand. Good or evil in- it porduces finely, and that the for I saw the same childsi
The democratic does r
klm on the track. Editor Stovall five years, and her mother i s
is S
4 : clih Inherited but the cultivation The ,
tions the Court"
enterprise are that the soil is' ajright that "Dignity"
; ,
4 '- p onw Ith. It makes no war on -, eczema had never broken & i
V ervy. is the'duty of man, and he improves here areclever and hospitable. have faith in Cu&ml
5 and it believes that every man people. ,; more

; ---- is entitled to the fruits of his toiL It and', progresses according to ,hisability They, in a word, had no fault, to find A'poor. man in Jacksonville, Ignorant for skin diseases than anjtL

V .' In 1S30 the United States consumed simply wars on ill gotten wealth.. and desire-, to use the of\ rtun- with any of, the .climatic conditions.To of our "custom's and _of our laws, of. I am, respectfuUyyotaE
: .&nry 1,000,000 kegs of beer. One firm ities. V Wilson, Uscomb, Iowa, Osti|
f ult' find wIth he soil was suing for. a divorce andinclosed V
It is no crime 'to make money in the. I S ;; nOl Complete External and tarns Tins
::if' ,, now turns out nearly 'this much an- Genius can not be inhirited or two Humor,from Pimple to fcrefaii,tea tcoDiiinf
V United .States nor. in any"other coun-. with the people. j Judge Call a dollar bill to advancethe of cutieursosp.cut.
% ," transmitted though to some greater indeed they fu d.the soil more case -on the docket. V cut,a e.(In form of Chowfite w
try under the sun. It is no where con-
-I- of*),may be h d of 11 druroaj.Ad
V capabilities or talents inay, be. -'given, The arrested Potter Drag ft Chan.Corp.Bok Prof*.?
.t \ demned In the "book, 0'(books. The I I I productive than they' had anticipated, man was and brought .ri&udVkreeuov iCue5l
j ,
Fifty jaars ago there were considerably '
slothful servant-the one who buried but to' each Is given 'life and'opportunity. 'it, produces 'abundantly, and. they. got before the court or (()tempt '

,less than. 10,900 suicides" In..the the' talent that "was given "him was It is not for this reajpn: we good prices for 'their products. b'ut 'His lawyers argued, that the man

United States.. It is estimated that .. Florida .
V tie one condemned by the Iaster.Ir. see great material development and they saM that it isa matter of Im7 was innpcent 'of any "intention to cOrrupt -. Oranges.VJ'pep.a

-, there 'are- now 5p.OOO. Carnegie Is not'using his money progression and ,almost individual. retrogression '- p ibiliy to succeed in gr wiqg'ege- the court and did not mean In ::;

4S Gunboats and fortifications-' become to corrupt the government.. ;He is In ',many instances. The tables in pie. interior of Florida and any way tb. reflect upon the'court's.In- Baltimore Speciali

V soon 'not using it to corrupt the courts. He world or society. .is. ,not" to blame, but. pay the freight: rates asessed agaiust tegrity nor '}\'ant..of Integrity.: like weather. found a m9- ,'

V p-;: V V but good obsolute roads ant are q'uateiJ' a'thing and of useless-beauty, is not using it to change the;curriculum the: individual- V. s V. them _- V 4 But the court held that its, offended skyward so far. as Flori&l'-;;

,, and a joy forever. .of the colleges.. He is not 'using Struggle'and battle .is 'the) cultiva- So these gentlemen, like, numbers .of dignity could, only be restored and upheld i concerned this week

!*(:-V. .*St 4 VV it to' bUild up A asentiment antagonistic tion of the soul. From it the spiritual others, who have ;tested .it,' 'have had by sentencing the poor unfortunate soaring market was ora

'. -sSJ. to the of inst1 utlons. life strong and. victorious: by"'the, contest I to and wretch to during the present seasoaj
: ,. Bishop Turner of Georgia, denounces spirit our pull up' stake.3 quit. : thirty .days imprisonment -
; Heis colleges and de\' op.. The world is :the crucible :f the been in 'the been such a shortage of'tjf;
:the American flag, as a, ."dirty rag.': endowing establishing freight rates had such ,county jail.
V 1
: V ,, .- And, so far as the negro.Is concerned, libraries the, \very :purpose of through which the soul muf/: / a. $ to -have allowed. tnem'.a; reasonable'. Now, what sensible man in all the prices consequently: atlvaill,,:

which 5s-tb educate the and lift pass in its development. .. of they ha've're'- earth has The $3 line was crossed'.'.
if. V he says hell is an improvement. on :the masses margin profit would a higher" opinion. of the L.

S United' States. V" V V up humanity to a' higher plane. 'the good must war against then, mained In'Florida and, others would court than before this incident occurred -: i $3.50 was spoken of co -..

: V P J -I Unless our entire, \'llIzation. undergoes The good intentions must struggle for have followed, them. V ? V V '-. i price' to be paid for air V .

::1 V -If F.:W .Devoe & Co., are not S paying a change we cannot move hand mastery* overthe' evil inclinations and It I is not extravagant I ,to say that if It, seems "to us that if-Judge .Call It: Is apparently imf

,; the Florida newspapers '.any more nor 'foot without, money.: from this struggle emqrges. the' beau- the freight rate conditions had been .had dismissed this man with an .ad; cure much Florida stock.:. -, r
V "
:; V money than they offered the .Ocala It ,is as necesxary/as the\ water we tiful" soul character that all men,love different every S acre V of the V rich. lands monition; he 'wbuld.. have stood higherin Ines. grapefruit and. the:$-,.. rf

z V V ,Banner, they are getting their service drink and the-air we breathe- and a4.1mll'e.and, the angels 'In' heaven of this section would now be under the public estimation. joined in the upward pr V f

V almost for" the p.rice of comp t sltlon. Free schools d i not' mean free J'twanas a good and faithful servant. cultivation, and the railroads would I S ,It-was: Siiakespeare "we believe, who anges arrived in carlots til l

V I -- schools. It means tax oh al ,the people. God nevez made 'a soul. lie gi\-s be kept busy hauling their truck to 'said: "0.! It excellent 'to have.a gi- pers but the trade \fl 3jp' (

The teacher must be paid. 'The man the tools and hemust make it. the markets 'but it is ant's chiefly on Califoraias 'f '
> V The Pensacola DaflyNews', mechanical I as ,..thesp fertile strength; but it Is, tyrannous to ,

$ V force has withdrawn from the laborer is worthy 'bf his hire!" is the To 'each, man He, gives a sufficiencyof lands are being abandoned'and. are ue it like a glan C" a result of' the scarcity ,

language of the scriptures. 'rom'the every perfect attribute to ,work out : crop California fruit stea
tvfit' Typographical Union_ because of V lying idle and will continue more and I II t

-- Alleged arbitrary and unlawful requirements cradle, to the coffin-from birth to : If, it Is not, worked out it is man's more! to do so. V until $2.75 and $!.S$ were tt

: V ,made by that local body. death-all. through' the ramificationsof fault It is Gods. destiny. It, Is Gn '* In( the, fa'e. "-of this"' condition (If' atfaLrs I r ConsumptionJ- I prices. t

V V4V life-the demand I is always: fort wa' ). j it look.s. extremely, ridiculous to The upheaval'in oraog _'

-' The Eustis Lake Region says that money. We may inveljh: against moneyas I' Some men are better, grander toda$ us that .tIe'', railroad commission. of f urally caused fl strain ifl, .

kS! -V VV the picture of steamboats navigating 'much as we please, but'the'necessities I I than In the' world's history. Some Florida will busy jtself iri finding one I market it being the onl(,

V ;:, < the upper Ocklawaha and the great _of everyday life demand it. We. men are bad, worse than'ten thousand of 'these great railroad, systems for'ner i Florida and California &t1f;",

: V ; lakes -of Lak county is a reminder must have U Civilization requires it years ago. Who is to blame Not glectingto. bulletin* a belated train and I marketable. Prices
r V :. ',.. of old times and a danti of better 'The savage alone-ran' do without it.So. God, 'Not opportunity. Not condition.Si cite another one to appear for neglecting fJ J There 'is no, specific for I 1 I was a.firm .demand at tbS'to"11!''

V ',. days.If in founding schools and development and 'c'ltimUon' creased of quarter-1.
libra V I to.put certain Improvements at an consumption., Fresh air exercise price a
'l I .; ; _ or has been neglected by those, first '
ries Mr.
.: V Carnegie is using his wealth obscure statlo1 food any kind of good appl ;
nourishing and
S i ,
V .' we had all the .money Li, go.d ,to wise and useful' ends and our opinion givvn the field. \\ :r "don't the railroad .commission: Scott's I Cincinnati Special A ..:,

-' ', V roads that have been expended on is that't Mr.V Bra 'an is wrong'in Life is stru'ggle and progression. of Florida. do something? .' ', Emulsion .will come .i feeling Is noticeable in the.

V'? ;:;' ., gunboats'and fortifications now abandoned \- classing him as a commercial high: Inertia and indifference death and re Why is it, permltting', n hundred pretty near curing it, if thereis ,1 ange market. The fruit &'_"
': i -
: '
r.. the farmers of the, country: wayman.. trogression., S miles of territory. to -become idle and anything ,to build on. Millions I nicely: and there is not m.-.
4- V V would be enjoying benefits almost beyond -___ Let the struggle go on brother and Iabandoned' ;
? v- of people throughout the. : plaint now about the off flf -
:: .
: : :;:: cuml utatiun. TELL ME thank, God we have it.-"' 'Gohzales 'nottfo *
: V Were if the short ,
turpentine.. phosphate world are Jiving and in I walt so noticeable a .
(Tex.) Inquirer. .- V ,
; ,: and lumber industries. -which health Cold weather has ShOt .
:. Mr. William B. ieriham has Tell me all the V '- -. IV on one lung. '
,,- resign good you can about 'are G/dsen\'ls-the' V thee
\ ; interior. of ceipts, which Is giving
;r'J ed'ail! first assistant manager of the the people that you know Ten Panthers Preying on Dee ." VV { 'From (
me Florida would become-almost an aban. J immemorial the a chance to clean up. amucfi ,.
'\ Atlantic Coast Line railway: to ac- only the good about the'.people whom V V of "..
;' doned waste.* 'doctors Improved for fruit ,,
Mr. Carson in town 'on > prescribed cod liver .
t. Duty was .
I cepl the position of you speak. ,
Tell .
: V general manager me. the. things that, 4 -- 1 It)'. :Florida stock is b1c ,::.i-
: v VV from Immokalee. He is oil for
.. '; of, the, Georgia, --Florida and.Alabama, will make -me think well of people Monday : one Scorns Carnegie's Cash. consumption. Of f 52.23; to $3. Little iner jfl
: : V of, |the mQ successful. panther hant- 'V .
I. :::: .,railroad.' V and of life. Tell me the things which V _____ course the patient could not fl I I In the lemon market e ,

; : t ;.":: ... J V will make' my sun shine, and'my heart ers in. Florida and. recently killed. twovery Mr. ;iliiflm J. Bryafl has resigned take it in its old form, hence J I Messina stock. Other
large panthers in 'Capt Tmw1es'1acture.
::, V The fine, Nebraska: hand of William glad. and f I
my: soul rejoice. .Tell
V me as: chairman of the it did little k to
:,:, Jennings Bryan5baa the things four miles below. Immoka- board or trustees very good. They better demand, owing "
recently; t which will traighten up I of Illinois Allege bf' ause' I take'SCOTT'S'- prices are from' 2:;; to 58 c ,
: : been in Japan, is f'eeu'in the Mikado's my thinking and ice. Doty thinks the State leg sJa.- a majority T can '
;" give meJhe of the trustees voted last Xo- S er than IesinMFrom I S ..
: ture should law
pass a offering
wedding a
V V .. V present .of two silver the right of
V arid :
T ::"' work of \ ember to accept funds from box is the of nJl! If
t:, : 'vases to Miss nOili'eVelt.-Tampa bounty for panther hides, as he says AndrewCarnegie. range
'' V Tell me the things 'which .
:,i' .V bune. -the.sepowerful beasts destroy deer The board has 'ac etJtl'd the .Messipas are moving.
: V ''' :: ; 1 will make me ashamed of compromiseand
I' _
r'* \_ and turkey by the wholesale. They resignation.Mr. : California lemons are _, sc

... .<-: gf .. The Apalachkx V Times it pretense. Tel me Nothings .which are ,hard on the settlers hogs also, and Bryan's reSlgnat ''!1. was: S written )|! J fair sale, and some coniV 0)'
: V remarks easier'for EMULSIONand
believe inthe
religion -
:':: that "the man who he has. lost 140 worth of hogs through Vat. Hong Kong on. December118. Accompanying -, better fruit; $3' Is the ,:
% his debts of ,
V pays Jesus Christ
'. as a working m.
; <: ranks high in the, depredations of the panthers the : the resignation! was the J !. California lemons. ?
f a .
community. Such \
theory of
a life. Tell me the things tolerate .
I -i : man has character and past'month. Sportsmen looking for big following statement: I it for a long Grapefruit is scarce at' m,
V standing and which .will harden into a steady conViction V/ -
5-' ;:' he is never ,without friends." But wiyV my belief in Christianity of gameshould come to Lee county' and 4 "The' i sue' presented seems, to., .me'; time. There is no oil, not .I to $5. An excelent d lJI Pji ar.

: ; be In a crowd all hunt the panther. They will find all to be a vital one and, that.even: if Andrew I excepting butter i tamed for this article. ::1 te
V'. .by ? the Son of God. Tell me the things so easily j
''':?'':: I the sport in killing this big game that Carnegie refuses,' th-ame.ques-- Bananas are moving 5
digested and I
which will fortifymy faith.in Man, j by.the i te
V i" Dallas they desire. The'haunts of those tion is likely to' arise If some' other $1.50 to $3 per bunch.
V V Texas is to have another In God, sand In heaven. Tell me the ( system as cod liver oil in the. V
: ',<',". a day's trust magnate, invites bequests.
cotton from Our :
of 5,000 I FortMyers.. ; 11
spiridles. If Maj. things-which make cheerlesss and < ttaJ
V i !! form of Scott's I in
: to
; Emulsion Watterson's
-Forf college
S V Izlar's"advice. Is ; Myers Press. cannot serve God! and Tribute
; followed Mamj ,
It will not needy, and I ,will tell you of tl1e'man '" j arbl
: V : : be long. before the OcaUi Banner can understands.. and who jeay's-sweetly -- mono* It cannot be' a college- for the and that is the. reason it'is' so *

;i- V: S ,- S contain Items Essay of Little Bobby. opleand, at the same time'commend> !I helpful in As to the pompano it an
of this '
V VVV "" sort about Ocula.V seriously! and, savingly ,you :'Come V \ consumption: where *
I 'Itself to the. t quality of butter or tW
V '
.. commercialhighwayman star-
unto Me, ye that labor. and are heavy its use must be continuous.
; V, V: SONGS.. who are now subsjdfzing women,, no comparative
Messrs. C. H. Tedder and W. II. lailen.. and I will give you rest?"':-Edwin -, S the colleges ;; fit
it V S
songs what'
; makes people clap at to prevent the : 1truth. g We WIll not be such a thing as a
: Tedder of Live Oak. have purchased I Wk Remer in N. T. Observer. shows teaching economic" send 'you a'
j and tbJV
: ,
yawn at church
V 20,000 acres of cypress lands in Sum. I the ones S .- \ sample free. ling pompano any mort)
j V you hear at shows is ; r
fast and i.
ter and Hernando counties and, will There Is nothing no, nothing, innocent "It grieves., me. to 'have my, alma ably virtuous womas.po'miani t'J
., you stamp :rou r'eet n4 they are matter I I Q Be 'sure that this ,, : bear 014
V erect a mill to convert the land, Into or good that 'dies and is for- by ; sung 'conve..rted into an-ally of plutocracy PiCtdflVtheformof ) Will not it
V V shingles and .other building material 'gotten. Let'us hold .to-'that faith or')I i thare pretty:skirts girls without 'no trains on but having\ done what' "I could.j; V a libel H on the wrapper I One touch of ice. and d1f. Pf

V V --,'- non Ah infant, a prattlingchild, dying -1. hears these* and when an old man I to prevent it, I I'have no bther, recourse ''' V of every bottle of gone; from the water W itt

'V V V.. The editor of the Tallahassee Demo-,. In the. cradle will Hye again in songs and sees, these'girls than to withamfi. m its. Emulsion'JIAJ buy. S. from the skillet to the pJa1- ar.
V he slaps his }.
crat Is mad because The Aflvertlser, the Letter, thoughts of those till. they are sore,* management, .' S"I' of cayenne pepper anil a dJ \
that <
T V \ but when he Scott &Bowne "
referred to hls'cranium cocoanut. loved hears. songs %t.. a church and-! ,color .
as a it, and, play Its part, through regret. that. the action. U 41 was- Go'way. t .
i: "We take it back withdraw he takes: a nap because the cjiurch to be .' Chemists p"1'** -
we retract we themJn redeeming .actions ofthe taken 'was taken. when _I gave : way. posstftn and
,. 'V V' the statement, we apologize- world,, though, its 'body be burnt -to about song, is"very slow and .they am all my notes' ,,'I for I' regard' the "money as 409 Pearl Street good enough. Inland: but t]It.. thIn
_' 4 : : there's milk In the cocoan1ILZOlf6 ashes' or drowned in the deep sea. rocks of ages InsteaS! of given as wprse-, than ;.wasted, if the H New York the briny-deep pqmpan w ,
: .' Donl love ; .. V V
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:. V Advertiser. Dickens. V < your Jioney.-Milwaukee college Is* tp. be-underline-shadojrs 6f joe.and ft all stiffest b ('k-halr curi!- in
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OCALA, THE BEAUTIFUL. FLAGLER'S LATEST SCHEME., Pointed Paragraphs.No I A WHOLESALE CENTER._ j A* ,Family Mixup. Watterson as a fisherman.

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Fiw Facts About the City; and Its All Rail to Havana-Will Have Some popular writer Is a genius to IT IS THE A11 OF THR TRIBUNEIN This -always seemed ,to me .a very When the Gulf is' rough we fish ix
Surroundings. I -
-- ; :Train Carrying Boats. his stenographer. ,PUBLISHING THIS ARTICLE, funny story: the bay. When the fish are. wary to .

OosU 1* everywhere recognized as The keener the critic the more cut TO SHOW' THAT 'TAIPAHAS BECOME t married a widow who had a the Bay we have .only to turn to the \
"Wit thrifty, enterprising Speaking of the plans of H.M.Flagler '
the : ting ,the criticism. .
of A REAL WHOLESALE CENTER grownup daugh er. My father visited gulf The younger children line the
cities In the interior of which have Interested the engineering '
ad .beautiful People who know the least are apt us often, fell in love with my stepdaughter dock, where there is never any. 'lack of
Ii. It U the capital ity of the world, and also of another AND THAT IT IS DESTINEDTO
to assume the most. : and married her. 'Thus he sport Now and then a foolish shasfe
net county<< of the state-the coun- scheme that wlU revolutionize travel BECOME: ; .A' GREATER ONE.
that capture all the big prizes atIh A great many men owe their success became my son-in-law and my step- adds to. the liveliness" of the otherwise. .
V fairs having to her from Cuba to New York the ..ew Tampa Tribune.
agricultural to the failure of others. daughter became my mother because peaceful scene. The other day theKldcameintosaythatbejiadadey.
banner prize at three sueas1Y York the Gainesville
irtdlt the Commercial says: The Ocala Banner
numberIf she was my father's wife. Soon after
fairs and a large '
,ute "While congress and the presidentand Its a poor sign painter. that can'tmake Sun. the Live Oak Democrat, the Madison -
tndlvlllWLlprlzes. I ; this my wife gave birth to a son, il-fish. It turned out a Jew-fish
UnJ surrounding Ocala are the the.public" are in a sorry sort of a name for: himself.It Recorder, the Monticello News,
The which of father's son- weighing a thousand pounds only it
and fertile in the state course was my j ; ,
,iut elated. snarl over the Panama canal a private is some times difficult to get Information the Tallahassee Capital, the Quincy
ocala II located on the great ridge in-law and my uncle for he1 was the the resin fall part of which American citIzen is quietly Investigating from a bank teller. Herald, the Marianna Times-Courier
.cat aims > brother of my stepmother. My fath having merely had his hand on the
Into the Atlantic ocean on the matter of water transportation and other printed in that rich
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.oWI sides and part into the Gulf of Time and 'silence occasionally succeed papers er's ,wfe also became the mother of a line-but this did not prevent the Kid-'

u1cO tilt on the other. and may yet startle the when all other agencies fails and extensive scope of country son. He was of course my brother I let from saying that he had caught a
Marvelous Silver: Springs more world with the results.; ,Henry M. stretching from the Perdid9 river to
than the Blue 'Grotto, of The small amount the, creditor duns ,. and also my grandchild, for he was. whale-Henry Watterson in;'the': Louisville -
ciUtiful Flagler has given orders to his railroad Cape Sable ought .to be able to print, # r
IWI and famous In local song and you for fs often a big sum to you. the son of my daughter. Accordinglymy i Courier-Journal.
'-Is only Ova miles distant. .engineers to devise a feasible items similar to the above-but it Is
wife was grandmother, because -
little less wonderful Any man may, deceive other man my
I Blue HI'l"lnp. scheme by which through trains over impossible for them to do so. .
and lovely U only eighteen miles dis- but it takes a genius to fool ,a wo she was my; mother's mother. I To Increase Ball County Stock.

taRt to the westward and Lake Weir the Florida: East Coast"railway may Why was my.wife's, husband and ..grandchild -..
charming than Lake Como. Is land in Havana without Because our railroad commissionershave a
passsengers .
hore miles to the southward. 1 at once and as ,the husband of Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 20.-The
Jt15t eighteen change of : It la said that he It is easy for a man to follow the so decreed it. '
Qca1a Is wonderfully located-Its a person's grandmother is his grand stockholders of the Bell Telephone
the Indian tongue is "fat" believes that constructed advice that coincides with ,his own We have rich and productive lands.
rnePiq In :' boats, some- father, I became by own grandfath Company will hold a meeting here this ,.
"land of plenty.
the '
land signing what after the model boats, views. We have enterprising and up-to-date
I The fln-st stock farms in the state .9 ferry er.-Magazine pf Fun. afternoon to vote on the proposition
I Ocala and the most pro- can be built with a train carrying When the flying machine refusesto merchants. We have population
are near -- of the board, of directors, to Increase .
t tr'*siv' and up to date farmers'with capacity and at the same time capa- soar it makes the inventor sore. enough to make any of these places a entered the home of the the
{ judgment. have located their Burglars capitol stock of the company ,
unerring ble of navigating the Gulf of Mexico Shallow brained people bow to the wholesale center, but freight rates are
(farms near here. editor of the Ocala Banner last week from 16,00,000 to 30000000.

i Here the farmer lives at home crib his his In all weather. If his plan is found clothes rather than to the wearer.A alone against us. and got away: with two pocketbooksand If the increase is voted, as Is expected -
his corn ,
( smoke house and feasible, Its operation would not only man's failure to accumulate a The railroad commissioners elected '
VUtaLo banks and his dairy bulge with ninety cents in money. We have the new stock will be offeredto

tl4tllt and in his barnyard are seen revolutionize travel to and from, the fortune."is seldom due ,to his libera- by the people in the interior always believed that the Ocala editor' the stockholders from time to time- ,

peacocks, turkeys, geese ducks, chick- Queen of the Atlantic. but would also refuse .to put Interior cities on
filed"and bid
!hlg and guineas. lity.After was well bad money In proportion to their holdings In such ,
""speaking specifically and coming, provide a vastly improved service marriage it is sometimes a an equality with seaport cities. away somewhere and now the fact amounts as the requirements of the ;:

dawn to a plain statement of facts we and possibly effect an improvement in case of two fools with but a single We are refused a square ,deaL has come to light-Jasper News. business. may demand. I

mention that Ocala: Has- the way of fast freight service that thought. Seven hundred by one hundred miles /

Golf links. would; be of great advantage to various The more work a man is willing. to of rich and fertile territory which Tampa is pleased to have Judge The famous Buster Brown Bluei i

One Two florist dairies lines of business. This new ,departure do the more are I willing he should. furnishes thelumber, the phosphate Bullock, of Ocala. as a visiting jurist. Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at i iI I

Five saloons. by :Mr. Flagler does not mean Some married ,men are glad that rock the turpentine the rosin, the -Tampa Tribune. I the Fair Store. x

One garache.' that he has abandoned the project they have the privilege of thinkingas lime the, early vegetable the fruit the ,

One foundry to West the the cotton, --- _
please. cane -- --
Three banks, of bridging the gulf across Key they tobacco sugar ---- n r -- -'-- n --

Seven hotel works.One 'I from, the southern termlnous of his A man will Invaribly smile at your the corn, the oats and hay. and' other ....w..s........

Water railroad on the lower east coast of jokes. if you -invite him to smile at. staple crops, are compelled to pay tribute .I
hospital \ S : i
Ten churches. the railroad;' it was more: properly a your expense. to the few cities who furnish %

,One One gunsmith.architect. plan for connecting a chain of keys When. woman can't find any place nothing but an outlet to the sea. : :1N. LOOK FOR Old Joe, I

Two tin shops :. .1 by trestle. work, using/ the most shal- else to put a thing she holds it in her Talking about propositions did ever I Old Harevst -

One seed store. low places to be found, and finally for mouth. a people encounter; any more ridiculous TilE SEAL

One synagogue spanning the place for the last keyto Rumors of war are les Interestingto than this? S Old s
One gas plant. .: McBrayer
Three bakeries I Key West with something very likea landladys .than roomers who pay Steamboats and steamships! take S '

One Six restaurants shoe store. bridge. It is plain that this developer in advance. i care of their own! Mark Rogers I

Twenty lawyers. of the hotel Industry In Florida has Some ;young wives love old husbands Why don't our railway systems. act .

Board of Trade. no idea of resting until his railroad, because of their ability to as wisely and do the same? t Old Charter 1:
six drug stores .- 1 1
Four contractors system actually embraces Cuba and transform them into rich widows. Why don't the railroads inauguratea ;

One opera house. some of the larger West Indian islands There are some glass blowers in the freight rate that yill build up citiesin ij'1; Mt. Vernon .
Two cigar stores, ,
of work only when the interior( '
'without change cars. country who can the
Four shoe shops, .
One variety store, glass has foam on it. SS "

One music house ,;-- I. Judge Bullock Will Preside.Active t A woman may have a face like a Z. C. Chamblisss is'Quoted.The "f Cascade, and. .
Eleven physicians. ; :
Two paint shops, t ..' open book.' but a man always finds it S

Two Ice. factories, .7,'. preparations are In progress, difficult to read between: the lines. native Florida steer of the old : Other-High' .

One Two planing green Iou mills>e, / .-' on the part of attorneys and court A great many soldiers in the armyof tock is not a thing of beauty and, in : ihik1 i .

Two dental rooms, .:,. officials, for the trial of Sam and Hop the unemployed seem to think It some of the other states it would die fj-'.
Vivo barber shops. -, Wilder, charged with the murder of dishonorable to desert and go to af shame under the heartless gibes : Grade Whiskey,
Three art schools, .i >- i
Three wood yards Oscar Brannen, which. :will begin nextMonday work. and jests hurled at it by the short .
One public library : morning in circuit court. For every dollar a woman spendson ':}Ofn breeders; but it can be improved
One marble works, I An Unexpected Visitor. I .
Two bicycle i shops, Judge Bullock Ocala will occupy her dress she gets about 90 cents '-evolution is its friend, Z. C. Cham- .

Two lumber yards, I the bench during this trial. A special worth of show and.10 cents worth of bliss -ar\ expert in the business:, says. S May be. an old friend or a LJ.f 1JiiS '.

Two racket stores, venire of 250 jurors has been summoned comfort. '11 the Ocala Banner that beyond
Three silversmiths, new business acquain 4 .
the sheriff's deputieand it old question the Short Horn and Here- --b---. )
Two public schools, by The American eagle is a tough
One barrel factory I I ord stock crossed with our native I tance. Be ready tot him .
is believed that a competent jury can bird. but there is a legal tenderness '
A telephone system. .. -* scrub the best to import tc with a case of assorted ), c .
One bottling works ., be secured froin 'this number. These about its portrait on a silver dollar.. cows are ,

Two pressing clubs: -. ."- men are being summoned mostly from improve the Florida breed and giveus S Scotch Irish; brandies, L'7) '(\ I"

Two One dancing haberdasheries school :-.,;
Fifteen fruit stores nearly everybody In the eastern ocrat. '
houses. 1 I S wines, etc. We will put L. fli 'vtS .
Six boarding : section of the county is interested in Kansas farmers are making whiskeyof ,

Three-r.'Q ab wagon tl act works offices, :' I' the case one way or the other to such their surplus corn. This .is quite Growing Gainesville. you up a dozen or more SS

Two machine shops d I :, an extent that it would be difficult to unnecessary as long as they have quart bottles to meet just Jij a ( .

One.\ military Catholic'church.company, I find an unprejudiced juror in that region Peruna sold in 'all their drug stores.A Gainesville has water works two S such emergencies and s3 j' ) t ; .

Three jewelry stores, 0 Washington man has had to pay ice plants gas and electric plants, S you'll not "go broke" eithrer. ..r"jfI./ /,..... e
Two public libraries i I 'an'd dozen churches.. State' University a I '
girl a
d'that'Senator Thomas he
Two steam laundries; It is now stat( $100 for hugging kissing a S paying for the goods I -

Three music schools. Palmer will assist State Attorney did not Intend to m rry. The necessities High. School, one fine private school, we supply.. A

Ten ,dry goods stores ... i Phillips in the prosecution of the case!, of life are getting higher every two banks, two newspapers, paid and 8 :
One_ Chinese laundry. ? i volunteer fire department two fertilizer -
Two ,daily newspapers :\Ir.' Palmer represented the state at year. OC0LA HOUSE WINE ROOMS. |
'. I plants two planing mills, a coffin
Twelve grocery stores, : the habeas corpus hearing before Judge Crosscup declares that "God ,

Four hardware stores .' ; Judge Wall. For the defense, Spark- never intended there should.be a leis- factory, U. S. Land office, two nurseries I -
Five Baptist churches '. ..... u.uii .- 9 I .
One Christian church, '.: man & Carter, Macfarlane & Glen and ure class." This would seem. to lea'ethe i a graded school, three railroads, I'

Three furniture stores : & Meay are employed.- Senate out of the Divine schemeof large tabernacle, marble works, two I II I
Macfarlane : _
Three millinery stores, :f\. _ .-1
Four phosphate offices ; Tampa Tribune Friday. things. bottling works, two, machine shops, a 1
E. C. Smith. C. V. Roberts
.\ paid fire department, .-... .-- "Wall Street is playing :with Fire"is cotton gin, three bakeries two .:,

Two Tnree cold railway storage systems plants., : .-:: ;; Killed too Many Quail. the startling head line in a local phone systems, a buggy .., tele-I SMITH & ROBERTS.

Three blacksmith shops ;-: 5 Hun. A, J. Knight, one' of the best- paper. There is no need for alarm healthy locality and the best people on I

Eight benevolent orders known real estate men and capitalists though. Wall street has plenty of water earth.-Gainesville Elevator.. W '

Four realestate-agencies .-. and South Florida, was arrested --- I: Funeral) Directors and Licensed Embalnjers
One kindergarten school. '" of Tampa to put out any fire. )

,Two Episcopal churches last night while playing ten John D. Rockefeller has dumped an- It is-estimated that Alice Roosevelt I I

Two Thirteen cigar Sunday manufactories.schopls, i'in's'on- Franklin street by Chief Deputy other installment of ,tainted money on will get a thousand pressents and they 1 I LATEST METHODS. BEST GOsDS.WORK GUARANTEED

Two electric light plants Sheriff J. B. Anderson.Mr. the Chicago University. The market will doubtess consist of everything I Telegraph orders receive prompt attention, and embalming done anywhere1

Two) photograph galleries.: # Knight was arrested at the instigation page in a day or two for revised price known to the ingenuity of man. Among I on short notice.
Three week'y newspapers.One I
Presbyterian church. of Sheriff Coleman, of Sum-' list on, oil.Nobody them are, two dog collars, studded I

Two Several fbt'mkallaboratorles lumber companies,. ter county, who arrived in the city had any idea .how dull news with diamonds.: One of these came j I I OCAIJ mm CO1IANYWIMUSt

Three Methodist churches, last bight with a warrant against. this sometimes becomes in Chicago, until from across the waters and one- *from ;

A brass band organization ell-kno\vn citizen. who is charged one of the papers in that city printeda American Ambassador. ]

Two electric establishments with having. violated the laws of this story about a man who lost his
One spoke and rim factory.
Washerwomen by the score. commonwealth by having on Febru- voice\ talking to his wife. -

Three fire Insurance agencies ary 14, while hunting in Sumter county Germany roposes to tax our break- I : '
One rate and basket factory, I
\Tw tailoring establishments.One kIlled 63 quail, a fe)v more than I:| fast foods as "food stuffs." This is a

Elks Club reading room. permitted by the law and game war- !!I mistake that the lumber dealers

Four Three life livery insurance and feed agencies stables, dens. ;i; should quickly correct in the interest HavI Room !

Three plumbing establishments. :Mr Knight will appear before the ;I| of their by-product saw-dust I.
Numbers naval stores offices, ; : ,
of lie
Three undertaking establishments, court at Sumterville on Monday. I 1 Mr. Frank Rockefeller says: be does .;

Three job printing establishments, took his arrest good naturedly and not object to going to jaiL Jails nowadays -

Five dressmaking establishments, appeared Im1\E'rturbed--Tampa Tribune are not what they once were I '
Ona Epworth League rea4'nroom,
Two Wholesale grain and fed stores.One One meets some of the most promi- \, ON ACCOUNT OF L '. -,
colored domestic training ---,-- there a-Jays. I '- -
nt-nt people now ..'
school We praisethe East Coast. Whydon't Lincoln Steffins has just written an < .: --i- ";0 '. -. ... .. : -
establish- < '- .
Two wholesale grocery t. : THE ARRIVAL .' :::, : "
the East Coast newspapers DAjLY .,
ments. article on how a young man can get .
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One city market. and several private praise us?-Ocala Banner-Thanks, into the public eye, and Col. Mann has I "

,markets.Fair grounds and- base ball, diamonds brother. .for helping! us push the-most just told ,how much an old man will t. OF OUR BIG LINE OF : :

.' glorious part of our grand country. pay sometimes to keep out of ItA 1 1 "- :
The largest number of paved streets S -
The Banner should have been an East
and side walks of any city in the interior --- I
of the state. Coast paper anyway. You are all to Tip To Tourists. .

Carpenters masons plasterers painters the good Brother Harris; just keep

.. ... printers machinests and laborIng hustling the Banner and keep your Our northern visitors will pretty I Goods !
: men galore :1' Early Spring
i.. Ocala has two of the finest hotelsIn new ergenthaler busy.. -St. Lucie soon be thinking about their return :

the interior and her smaller ones Tribune.We to their various homes and will, naturally 1
k ,are welt Kept and tidy Her business I '
for mode of travel
.. : blocks are built of brick and stone suppose we must capitulate un- cast about a 7

;:. and.some are three stories In height. (OondiUonailbut what we meant. We unhesitatingly recommend The .

' ; Plan have been submitted for a beautiful Clyde Une to all those in ft'arC'h.of. ..
house was our high picturesque, ,
'. Ixty.flve thousand dollar court .. .
.T *nd a hundrf'tthou&nd dollar government and fertile 'section. Praise it! It issurthy information. This popular Line operates ,
j WE ARE SElliNG' '
building. the finest passenger steamships '
of all adulation. # .
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coast. Stateroom .
the Atlantic .
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'k': took the Ocala Banner a long time .. -i. OURENTIRESTOCK ; '. .-' : j
The Southern Railway Company has accommodations are superb" and the I -"'
If to reach our table but we consider -
M announced'details of its proposed new tables are always' supplied with the l OF WINTER GOODS .- -
U weekly pa-
now one of the newsy ,
bond Issue which will amount to very best to be obtained In Northernand -
/;jrs ,of Florida .and since .receiving: 1 AT ACTUAL COST.
,' better 200000000. This bond issue will be Southern markets. These ships .
tJ type setting machine Is still
nd farbftter-GaIfleSvIlle Ele- secured by a development and general sail direct from Jacksonville and call ..

; looks f j mortgage "for 50 year bonds at Interest at Charleston. S: C., giving passengers '
-yator, I [
;," i not exceeding 4 percent.. The ample time to view this ancient and
: WANTED:-All the newspapers* in sum of 115,000,000 will be issued Immediately interesting city. Our suggestion' THE

and the remaining! J1SO- would be to engage your accommo-
;wie Interior to help the Ocala Banner \
ratesfor 000.000 will be reserved to retire existing i dations early as they always .do their -
Inr freight i
Its fight for equal '
.interior freight rates obligations and to. provide for I[full share of the business between. A.
cities. Equal t' t
Xw an reverythlng for toterlof Cities future .acquisitions' betterments. Jacksonville and New York. : i --.,




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These Lots will Go on Sale Thursday Morning February J5, at 9 o'clock. Positively not a Lot will be Assigned to Purchaser before that [1110.
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m -a I Race Meeting at Orlando. r To Wed Hero Who Rescued Her., National Educational Association.To !

g Consider the Lillies g A r I I Do You Wish to f
Special to the Ocala Banner: SherI the toftl
Lay Sermon- Two years ag9 Mrr Fr' nk G. county superintendents. and

Tuesday, March 6. I wood 'of r Omaha, Nebraska saved boards of public Instruction: r
: 0 R MAKE AlONi
f, r ette. 'irst Race-Purse $100; 2.20 Trot or Miss Maud Summers!', of East Saint In my letter addressed to you on f Df

Pace, 1-2 mice heats 3 in 5. I Louis; from being trampled to death the 9th 'ultimo I said arrangementswere f
Spiritual Adorn'Hugh VcVeyMacPhereon
vs Worldly Second Race-Purse $50; 1mile .,; f
by a -herd stampeding cattle. Witha being made to have you Growing GoodVate t
dash, all ages; catch weights. accompany !
in the Third Race-Purse- $lOO; 3-minute party of friends she was visiting the I me in a body to Louisville, to,I Next Year i. &
attend the Annual .
ments. WewahitchkaNews.. Trot or Pace, 1-2 mile heats, 3 in 3. stockyards. The drove of cattle broke County Convention of FROM EDEN SEED' s
.- .-.- Wednesday, March 7. down the gate of their pen and :;tamI with the in connection \ E

if 'First Race-Purse $lOOt 3yearoldsand I peded. Miss Summers was slightly in Annual'of Superintendents Meeting of the Department .-;.7If !

Matt: 6-28. "Why take ye thought and the painted pagentry of stylish under:, 1mile heats, 3 in 5. { advance of .the rest of the party. She National of the seed so I can help yep start: right bys fjft f

for raiment? Consider the lilies of I mockery, swings up the aisle of God's Second Race-Purse $50; 1-4 mile saw the cattle rushing towards her February 27.Educational 23 and Association, plant Last at spring a reasonable the ravages price. of rats.fOn'i'':; I ftri 1 1nma
rl temple dash for Polo Pines; 14-: and under and was too frightened to try to get 1 j i I 1, 1906. stand my watermelon crop three 1 1t
the fields. ;
how they grow, they toil a living exposure of worldly I take pleasure In was secured. Conseqnentl., lIlY I
ridden by owners. out of the way. :Mr. Sherwood who announcing that ripened too late for profitable .hi t l
not. neither do they spin 1 I style covering on February 23, tit 7:45 instead of gait
yet say a cultured critic on is for p. m., we will ill allowing them to decay 1 I
Third Race-Purse J100; 2.22 Trot a sheep buyer a large packing leave the following painstaking P

unto you, that Solomon, in all his: the fashions of this world. or Pace, 1-2 mile heats, 3 in 5. plant was riding through the. yordsat the Southern Jacksonville for Louisville via rectly etmelol1S.shaped.the sized first and mannertct f
glory was not arrayed like one of No making ready upon' bended Thursday, March 8. the time. He sprang from his I!I through Railway. A special Both ends of each melon aces were,cut I 1
Pullman thrown
I I car will, be away the and thestrtcul
these knee craving the heavenly benedictionof First Racep-Purse $100; :.30 Trot or horse, swung a gate across the runway -*[ for our comfort-dining provided with matured lee When Pace, 1-2 mile heats. 3 in 5. and ran to the assistsance of the1 i car attached spehral care. No seed were Si .
Jesus .
came among men. it the grace of God; no silent prayer service a la carte. melons. ,
Second Race-Purse $;)0; 5-8 mile young lady. The cattle broke through I guarantee these seed to be 0
was for the purpose of teaching spiritual that your spirit be I| By leaving Jacksonville and as good !
clad as have
may in the dash all ages catch weights. the gate but had been checked long en the eve As to ever been growu. : t
ning of my responsibility I reSer to 111
culture spiritual adornment; to glorious garments of .Heavenly Love, Third Race-Purse $100; free for enough for the heroic young man to ;i the 25th we will arrive at i chantile agency or responsible busines '. f
teach us to bedeck assist her to {'! Louisville. on Monday, the.26th, at 8 I 1{r Ji t .
the soul with the or that the perfume of the flowers of all. Trot or Pace ,1mile heats 3 a place of safety on the ,
p. m in time 75c
to i
tints and colorings of Heaved to enrobe the Heavenly kingdom, gathered and in 5. top of the fence. ] tend the'first get rested and at- j I per pouni t

the spiritual tx-dy with raimentof I expressed by angels be showered up Friday, March 9. Mr. Sherwood and Miss Summers tion Tuesday meeting the Conven- :-'

on your soul from abo'e0; anxious First Race-Purse $100; ::.1a Trot or were afterwards formally introducedand morning the 27th, at. I
Glory to clothe the soul immortal o'clock., Henry D. Stillj I
cry from the soul that out of the Pace 1-: mile beats, 3 in 5. saw a great. deal of each other; I
in I
habiliments think
Celestial; laces from i boundless resources of His Infinite Second Race-Purse $50; 3-4 mile and now they are to be married in we shall have a good dele BIakviUeS.a- ,
the looms of the Angels gation to Louisville
; plumes from as I
-' i wealth. God will take the Jewels of dash all ages, catch weights. June. < am daily receiving
the birds of Paradise; jewels from I letters In Eden 1I
the Hope of The heroine of this regard to the trip. Seeds ] I
quarries :. Faith of Charity, of lovli- Third Race-Purse $100; 2.40 Trot romantic excit-
the mountains of : Aside from the
and cut ness, of purity, of forgiveness wrought Pace 1-2 mile heats, 3 In 5. iug episode, Miss Maude Summers, i is' to educational benefits I }
polished 10l" be f
by the lapidists derived from -
of the into a necklace of Virtue, put it about 1 Hobbles not barred.. the daughter of Mr. R. N. Summers,, attending this
kingdom of the skies that we all meeting, there will be f fl
an t
might ; you and send you tq His earthly temples Entries close with Secretary 11 a. of this city. opportunity I It Will l
walk through the brilliant boulevards given to visit Mammoth .
'' with lips red with praise, and m., day before race. All races governed Mr. Summers is employed at the extremely Cave at an I !
of the city : low .
Celestial rate
in the fashion of Heaven; in-tailroed voices telling in song and story the by rules of the National Trotting Ocala Ice & Fuel company and his of Interest. and other I ..a I, '

with the vogue Love of the Christ for a world of sin. Association and owners will beheld friends here will read.the above announcement .
habit of Remember
Angels. Like the 01! this life is more than responsible for .any violation of with much interest a rate of one first class
meat and ;
,clothed lilies without more richly toiling or spinning are this body than raiment; it is more and rules. -- I J will fare be plus 25 cents for the; round trip PayYau j 2iIP
than Solomon so better and different Can Association reserves. the right to Luckiest Man in Arkansas."I 1 from every point In the
' *e, without thought for raiment terrestrial you not state. Rate from Jacksonville '
: ; may be habited In swing out and beyond: ,yourself into postpone race orraces from bad 'weather -" am the luckiest man in -Arkansas $20.40. Be to will be a-
'whose garments, the white light of the potent power etc.; same to go on first day fol- ," writes H. R. Stanley of Bruno, purchase your tick- 3.\
glory and ets via
grace beauty and of pure worship. O! seek the I iQWing, weather permitting "since the restoration of my wife's Southern Railway out_of Jacksonville 1C You have
patterns health after Real
style having been fashioned after the five years of continuous In order that any -.
of Holiness in the of divided coughing and you may poin II to sell
patterns of bazarrs of Glory! Running races purses $50 bleeding from the lungs; the ,
'. circles Angels admits us into the Go to the :Merchant Prince of the Uni- $3+), $12.50 and $7.50. and I owe my good fortune to the l party in the special Pullman. I ,
of 1 .
Heavenly Society, without I world's greatest medicine Dr. King's The program sent
verse for gems and jewels priceless, Harness races purses of $100 divided New Discovery for t you bY'Dr. Shepard .1 I
spot blemish Cunsumption.
or or OR
any such things i I which I know gives details as to hotels
Why I visit the store-houses of the Heavenly $60. $23. and $15. from experience will and;
take thought for a raiment' cure consumption if taken in boarding houses.
city, gather the saintly styles, bedeck Four entries and three starters required wife improved time. My I Ytu're
I with
worldly? Have first
you not heard or made I bottle and I Any further thinking- of coa
'the and,bediamond your souls with for a race. twelve bottles completed the cure information wil be IF
"'. remark: "I must get ready: for | Entrance Cures the worst gladly furnished. tffPloridaforahoine,
the jewels taken from the vaults of fee 5 per cent of purse; coughs and colds
F Church i I
or "Are j or money refunded. At j Hoping
you ready fort Tydings & f to have
-' (church? What i the sky; look into the seas of glass 5 per cnt of purse additional from Co.3 druggists 50c. and $1.00. Trial this you all join me on :r OR.
constitutess J
ready for church "getting 1 that mirror the soul as it is, study winners; horse distancing field only bottle free. .... I
.' times of In these pipIng II the classics of the Angels, master the entitled to one money.For f i Yours very truly,. IC You desire to invest ia 4

r -, 'the careful style; it is the morning bath, 'I music of the spheres there begin cultured further particulars apply to W. Dr. H.L Hamill and Mrs. Hamili,, I f W. JL HOLLOW Y. 11 kind of Florida p'roperf*]
;i .' little adornment of the body a and schooled, fashioned ands P. Gwynne Secretary Box 703; Orlando Nashville, Tennessee, will be in State Superintendent Public Instruc-
strutting before mirrors anxloucare Fla. Ocala next week and tion.i '
finished in the arts Heavenly; you will will' conduct I I f| e TO SEE
t for every bit of lace Sunday school, t I i
and ,ribbon. workers Institute. II _
: go oqt into the streets broad and This I I l( I
'of bouquet and coifure skirt drapery beautiful of the City of God. whose Inhabitants It behoves y011 to the beat fertilizers convention will *be a union affair and I II Are You 'Restless at.NiahZ OR WRITE
Vetting to "figure," a dash of Powder : on your crops Favorite FertilIzers It Is expected that I And i I harassed by ,I
it a bad
will cough
a touch .bf paint perfumery and wear the raiment of .per- the OCSt.are. honestly made. and will give attended and will be be largely :Ballard's Horehound Syrup, it will? Use se- IJ j H: mlNCUON & i iCClLA.

t: .', poly, ; retua\'f-splendor, forever more. agents for results Ocala.Lang, iwarts & Co x .:' tive meeting. a mo\t instruc i! prompt cure you and a/radical sound sleep cure. and Sold effect by all a : i l

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ERMANENT meadows THE MYSTERY OF DEATH. from sorrow and pain. Rest dear THE SCHOOL DISCUSSION CON- ,

IK I friend, under the blue canopy of the TINUES. DAVID & WOODROW
should have annual ,
an Charles Chilton Moore, the brilliant sky, in the moonlight starlight and. -

dressing of 500 poundsper I but erratic editor of the Blue Grass sunlight in summer's golden dawn andautumn's : ""Excellent Condition."-Bup int n- | REAL ESTATE- _
dent Holloway is authority for the
acre of a fertilizer contain. Blade, of Lexington. Ky.. is dead. He chilly frost. Sleep sweet
eternal rest. A last 'statement that the schools of
sleep. Rest public
called himself "
eleven cent. POTASH the "heathen editor Room 12, Postoffice Block, Ocala, FIa} Ka
ing per The funeral services were held In long and forever the state are in excellent condition. :

and ten per cent available the lIttle chapel Fully 1,000 people Palatka Times-Herald. ; :: ,. / ; r..
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acid. had gathered most of them through s- YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY. Jasper News please copY.-Galnes- : _. ;
phosphoric I .
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curiosity to hear what would be said ville Sun. ;

This will gradually force out over: the sorpse of an Infidel although The Jacksonville Development Com- Please copy? Certainly, the pleas- \1 PUBLIC : +

I:jour grasses and mosses from 1 I i Mr Moore had many personal friendsin pany Offers Exceptional Op ure is all ours ZErJUTT PROPERTY ON SQUARE ;.'>" ./- ':

the throng. portunities.In Of course at this season of the ; ', ..-,. -
meadows and bring .
the goodbrasses
Mrs. Josephine K. Henry of Versailles year-the time when the public schools The two story brick house on t his property must be removed -and It

and clovers; thus .increasing Ind. delivered the principal this Issue of the Banner there are:: open-they are In excellent condi- will be sold cheap as It stands. T he corner lot with 35 feet frontage .*
the quality as well as oration at his funeral, and while it is appears the advertisement of the Jacksonville tion comparatively speaking. the public square is still unsold. J

I along agnostic lines Is a wonderful Development Company one That is. the condition is as' goodas

the quantity of the hay.Our production and is worthy to be read financial could reasonably be expected froman
.of the strong business and ,
practical book, "Farmer's Guide" for its beautiful word pictures., appropriation of seven dollars and
Tillable bets for every sort of crop. institutions of the state. In this advertisement ZEBUTT PROPERTY ON MAGNOLIA ST. and NORTH
gives This gifted woman said: thirty seven cents per scholar, for a FIRST ST
raising. It is one of a number of books on I
Mccessful fertilization which we send on request How little do we know of this wondrous the company Is offeringfor whole year, and this Is what Superintendent -

free of any cost or obligation, to any thing we call death? It makes sale its desirable sqb-dlvlslon Holloway meant. The North west corner lot 29 feet facing Magnolia street and 84 feet
farmer who will write us for them. no noise, occupies no it speaksno known as Grand Park. This 'excellent condition is that
space;. on North First street facing the Go vernment Public Building site Is etII
Add"... GERMAN KAU WORiCs. word. One moment life Is here the This sub-division is one of the most the majority of the school houses are unsold, also the lot Immediately sou th of It 28 feet by 84 feet.

|<4ow Yerk-93 AtUoU Nassau, G1.Street 22>i So.or Broad StreeiAn next moment death has taken its place promising pieces of property In or. small roughly constructed affairs, un- -

but so gently, so quietly that' one around Jacksonville and is being offered ceiled and many of them but little ,-

seems only the shadow of the other.In at a most reasonable price and on better than hog pens, or shanties cov- . ,.' =;
Editor Fined for Contempt. .
his invincible presence it sanctifies most advantageous terms. ered over. The Miami Metropolis : OCKLflWAHA AVENUE -

whatever It touches What can we say Grand Park is high and dry tv.'enI I correctly says that "some of the school .
Judge H. ,C. Gordon, of the criminal ; i
of this wonderful mystery of death? ty-five feet above the level of the St houses are a disgrace to the state."
The lot known as the Philbricx k lot on the south side of this
curt of Hillsboro county, pre-emptor- What Is It no .one knows; what lies Johns river and is right at the great But the state superintendent was I avtBM
i between the residence of Mrs. Austl n and Mr. T. B. Snyder Is for safe.
lly ordered the 'arrest last Monday of beyond it no one can telL All that terminals being constructed by the At- not speaking of the school houses and
i This is a large lot having 140 feet fr ontage and being 244 feet deep and 1*
Cv R. Hawks editor of the Tampa we know is that it is nature's way of lantic and East Coast terminal com shanties, but of the schools. Now well above the level of the street .ga

Herald, charged with contempt of ending life. It i$ natural therefore, pany. At Grand Park every freight granting that they are In the best

court nothing to fear. Death's shadow falls train leaving thecity of Jacksonville possible condition that able teachers y

Besides subjecting Editor Hawk to upon all that lives. Did death take Is to be made up and every passen- are Imparting instruction to the chil- RETAIL PRICE LIST OF

arrest and Imprisonment Judge Gorton one and leave another; did it rob one ger train entering the city from the dren; that the children are eager to

imposed a fine upon him of one family of its household jewels; did It north and west passes Grand Park. learn and are rapidly advancing in WHISKIES WINES BEER AND MALT:

Ivndred dollars. put out the light In one home, then, The great railway repair shops of all their studies, how long will this "ex- ,

Editor Hawk's offense was In writing indeed, might we arraign this cruel the roads is being constructed at cellent condition" be maintained?

an editorial giving expression to visitor and rebel against his decree.It Grand Park and It has every promiseof Turn to Chapter 4, page 88, of the USS rUrAID.
Bulk goods-Jugs Crec-Not prepald
kb opinion of a public matter; of a is the inexorable law of nature that being one of the most active sub-.. last Biennial Report of the state .superintendent Pull Qt. Measure 4 Qts 6 QU u Qts 11.io per gaUolL Rye.Giu,Co., Good Grate
Matter that concerned the public nothing Is exempt from the sway of urbs of Jacksonville. When It is con- and read the answer there Hunting Club be fa 65 S4 00 f 7 00 $l 00 per gaUol1.
Nelson County .. ..
morale and was of Interest to every this all-potent king. Whatever is un- sidered that $3 cash and only 25 cents given. Speak it out so that we can l\fonngram.. Bye.,._ 5 290 ao 460 25 800 750 Ryt.Gin.Corn,Rum,Pine Quallt yF=,SOp6p.
; H.une's .4" Rye ..._ ,. .. 3 7S S 00 9 50 Rye G{a.Corn 1Ilnm Best for the mouy.
person residing In the city of Tampa, iversal we must somehow regard as a week will acquire one of 'these lots, all hear It. How many days instruc- S oral DroD8......_ _.., 4 50 6i0 U 00 '3 00 per gal

tad of a matter that had already been best. it will be seen at a glance that the tion, on an average do the childrenof Malt WhIskey___ 3 7S 5 00 9 SO "'4" Rye Peach and apple brndf. MeUowe
Peach Brandy--__ 3 75 5 00 9 50 by age $400 gal.
made public.A If to die is an evil then to be bornis proposition is a good one. the common people get In the year? Aprlt' Brandy! __ 3 7S S 00 950 per ,
Holland Gin ..._,_:= ;I 80 4.iS 125 Victoria Rye SOcial Drops Rye,Medkal gnai@y
few days ago the editor of the an evil for every step of life is a ,-- Fifty days. 4eneva Gin .._u.375 500 950 L2\1PSr LOUIS BEER. hr_

Tampa Times wrote an editorial reflecting step toward death. Because we can- GOVERNOR BROWARD RETURNS. Think of It! The schools are laud- North Carolina Corn_.. z65 400 100 Fdstatf ..... ----, j1.
Mountain torn _. ._ 375 500 9 SO Extra Pale ,,.....a .
upon a Georgia court for res- not see beyond the grave is no reason ed by the advocates of the Buckmanlaw lamllcta Rum .__- z 06 4 Z5 750 Standard _.._ .. ._ .1.
Had Memorable and Pleasant Medford (urn .____ 3 is SUO 9 So Melt, extra dark ..."...._ ........._.a
tricting Editor John Temple Graves why we should fear to pass through a Trip a for the' purpose of hoodwinkingthe I bra Ct randy_._ ....._ 3 is SIlO 9 50 Coburger.imported.---.. .. J"1.

within certain limits that Editor its portals. We do not fear the mor- Time-Was Pleased With Lawson. common people are taught only I! dingof Kentucky Burborn..375 5co 95o Bass Ate.pints__.... _.,, J 25
: Assorte:1t Allowd all Gsois of Same Guinness Stout, pints... _
Graves had himself prescribed and im row. We wish the day to end, the BO days In a year on an average, and on 2hi

posed. night to come. It Is nature's cry for Governor Broward and Captain R. many of them taught in shacks and e. hiees by the barrel en appllcrUea.

But here is a case right under the blessed sleep. Death is a part of nature E. Rose returned yesterday from Mo- shanties, and only $$7.37 is expended on A

pose of the editor of the Tampa Times and when life goes out when the bile where they attended the sugar each scholar:

that Is a real menace to the libertyof eyes close forever on the faces and cane growers convention. Now let us see, how much Is expended HANNE BRO .

the press and we are quite anxiousto the scenes we love, it may be it must The Governor was quite busy and on the Buckman law univer- ,

see how It will be handled by our be, we are launched upon the surges had only a few minutes to spare to sity students. 215.15 Wsst Adams St. Jacksonville Fla

esteemed contemporary who was a few i of evolution pointing humanity to that talk about his trip but said they hada The University for boys has 122

days ago so concerned'about the freedom I better salvation wrought out between splendid meeting at Mobile.In students; the College for girls has 151;

of speech in this country. I the 'hammer and anvil of cosmic law. reference to his recent trip to making a total of 273. Take the $75- .

Viewing Judge Gordon's act from I.I Yet with humanity in the grasp of Chicago where he conferred with 000 annual appropriation of the Buck- The Vehicle and Harness Co
this distance it seems to us that he eternal law is death not sad then? Lawson of Frenzied Finance and Insurance man law and it expends nearly J275-
)kas done himself no credit He shows Too sad for words to express the grief, fame the Governor said that 000 on each student of these Institu- Cor. f'olSlth and Cedar St.

'. that he does not appreciate his po- the desolation it leaves in the heart. Lawson is a big fine fellow with plenty tions. Add to that the Seminary fund; -

'" altion; that he feels "puffed up" and The living have always wept over the of brains. and plenty of fight-a ,the amounts obtained by virtue' of the JCKSOXVILLK FLORID

'" makea true the remarks Shakespearemade dead. Blessed tears! I would not stop splendid, rugged fellow. It will be remembered Hatch and Morrill Acts; the amount R

; about "One dresed in a little one single crystal tear shed for our in this connection that Governor of property confiscated by the Buck Dealers in Wagons, Buggies Carriages, Surreys,

brief authority" He feels his Impor- beloved dead. But there are tears Broward is one of the committee man law; the amount to be expendedon Road Carts Harness Saddles Lap Robes Etc.

tance entirely too much. which I would check, those tears chosen to handle Lawson's proxies, new buildings, and the various oth- ,

The press of Florida should hold up which fall for the departed through the others being F. S. Monette of er items which could be enumerated, LARGEST CONCERN IN THE. STATE AND LOWEST PRICES

the bands of Editor Hawk and handle fear of the future. Iowa, La Follette of Wisconsin. John- and it will be found that over $500

ate accuser and persecutor without I Death a Gentle Messenger., son of Minnesota and Cummins of is expended on each student attending --. .

gloves In the light of science, guided by :owa. these institutions.Is .
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Bigotry and decptism.: :: on or oft the reason why should humanity be the Governor Broward, as well as Lawson this fair? --- -

teach la these United States should victim of this paralyzing fear? Our has plenty of brains and plentyof Is Bright? PRIOR LIST OF

lot for a moment be tolerated. beloved friend, who now lies in the fight and makes a fine impression Do you think that the common EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR CO.

Judge Gordon's conduct Is offensive stillness of death, knew not this fear. wherever he goes, and whether it is people; the people upon whom falls ,
the Great Southern Mail Order House
to good taste and is out of harmonyand He did not regard death as the king tackling a proposition like drainingthe the heaviest burdens of taxation will

abhorrent to our Institutions. of terrors, but rather as a gentle messenger Everglades, getting into the Insurance submit to this? EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart teasure.

----- a loving friend to ,release humanity fight or dealing with the intricate And who are these students upon
Per four 5i& Per
Don't Know We Are Discriminated from its cares pains and sor- and multitudinous duties of whom such vast sums are being expended Gallen Quarts Quarts Cut

Against. rows. The sting of death Is superstition his position as chief executive he goes ? Where do they come from? Hatchett's Hatchett'r That's Private Stock._. _____ $4 00 $oJ 00 $6 00 $13 00
Whiskey ____ 450 460 69P
but thanks be to reason, and the at is with the nerve and determination Where do they live? Hatchett's Old Ryt,.., ,__............. 3 ao 3 ao 48c 1375
Eureka C-AppleBrandy... ._ .. ... .. .900
of who has eliminated the word 475 475 700
Replying to our paragraph calling a man This year the large majority of N C. Apple Brandy_.. .__...__ 32j 335 485 970
attention to some recent work of our given! "fair from his vocabulary.-Tallahassee them live in* Bake City and Tallahassee. Eureka Malt -. ....____ ..,..._ 400 400 600 1200
Eureka N. C. Peach _
Brandy ..,, ,4 75 475 700 1400
State Railroad Commission, the OcalaBanner thou great deliverer, one by one you Capital Should the Buckman law continue -< N C. Peaah Brandy......... ......_. .. 335 33S 48S 970
Eureka N C. Clrn -- -- :.. _..._"..__ 325 335 48 970
says: clasp poor mystified humanity with- to exist after this year the majority Eureka N. C.Cora.XX ..___ __..?..... 3)0 300 460 900
"Yes, but this is not equalizing the in thine embrace and give them peace Sick Headache. of the students would be resi- Eureka N.Co Corn XXX ......__ __ 275 37S 415 630
Eureka N C. Corn xxxx_ __
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freight rates. It Is'not putting the and rest upon the bosom of Mother This distressing ailment resultsa dents of Gainesville and Tallahassee.An md Vow Bourbon_ _.?_ 450 4 SO a 37S 7S 1356
Sunny Brook Rve.,. .. __ ___..:._
disordered condition of the stomach. 375 37S 565 U3O.
interior on a par with the sea coast Nature. It may be when the vital "excellent condition, truly for Sunny Brook Sour Mash ,..-.......___ 3S a 7S

It Is not helping the interior merchant. spark escapes from the casket of clayit that two is needed of Chamberlain's to effect a cure Stomach is a doseor and the taxpayers to contemplate. Silk Echo velvet.Soring.__.....__--____..__. R_'_.... 450 509 46s 5zS 69o 785 1130 127S
It la not helping the vegetable shipper blends with the ether which it helpsto Liver Tablets. In fact the attack Gainesville Sun please copy.-Jasper Oak and _. _....___ 375 400 600 alGO
be warded off or greatly lessened -
may *
We are. not asking for higher charge with the life-giving properties In severity by taking a dose of News. Gin From $2.50 to S3 50 per Gallon Delivered.

freight rates nor lower freight rates. that breathe life anew nto vege- these tablets as soon as the first Save twelve label of HUchett's Private Stock and secure a bottle free. Save twelve
We are asking for an equality of table and animal forms. On winter's symptom of an attack appears. Sold The Tampa papers say that Judge labels of Hatchett's Old R ve and secure a bottle free Save twelve lables of Hatchetf
by all druggists. m That'S Whi-key and secure a bottle free. Save twelve labels of Rnreka N. C
freight rates. We are asking for a cold and barren fields the vital forces -. Gordon let the gamblers off light but Corn and secure a bottle free Save twtve lables of N C Apple Brandy and recnre
oar bottle fre. Save twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free. Price of
think hundred dollar fine
deal. We don't want the spigot and flower to life and we a or
square touch grass Peaches in February.P. all goods bought at company's store are 70C per gallon lea than when delivered. No
stopped up If the bung hole la to, where the snow is pillowed on icy ty days' Imprisonment was punISh- charge fur jury bole or drayage. All of my bodes are full measure. All standard
brands of wm ties w.M I over my bar at loc ocr daink-10 from 15 leaves 5 for you. All
be' left open." bed will appear a'kingdom of blos- J. Johnson, a colored man em. ment enough, but Judge Gordon's blow i wines! quoted on application We also carry cheaper liqtors than tbOle.quoted
at the liberty of free speech cannot be !iI Si-cial p ice: $on large quantities; packed any sizes desired. Money refunded if goods
We heartily concur in this. "Freight soms. ployed in the orchard of Truss Den- : satisfactory .

rites" has become a phrase of terrible Although we stand In the presenceof by, recently purchased by C. W. Chase I estimated in dollars and cents. EUREKA NINE UD' UOU03 COMPANY

significance of recent years In this this mystery and have not the power near this city, Wednesday brought to __ __ u._ _,____ ...35 W Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.

wuntry. It makes and unmakes townsat to translate silence Into sound and The Sun office a branch from one of RBMOVE'
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pleasure; dwarfs or promotes the hang speech on voiceless lips, yet it is the trees which contained peaches almost I
industrial life of a community with our duty to live well as. long as life as large as a guinea egg. There ,

despotic power and holds the commerce lasts and to take the last step on earthas were dozens of small peaches, rangingIn 10 DAYS, USE -

less: than of a absolute.state In subjection In some of hardly the we bravely would as follow the first the example In thus of doing our marble size, and from although a bean to the the branch average Indicated .NADINOLA. --""r""r"'r"'r"'t""t'r1't"'r'T'" " " " ," !'" " '

: tales, notably In Texas, the commission departed friend. that the growth this season THE COPLEX1ON BEAtif"rFlEB.c101" -

has pressed Its power to the Free Thought View of Religion. will be vigorous and the yield early. i Cold S

limit In an effort to curb the rapacIty Pure and undefiled religion consistsIn Johnson states that there are at Storage
of the roads In the matter of the endeavor to fill human lives least a half-dozen trees with fruit as '.- ,;'H\ r -

freight,rates.but not much good seems with brightness In speaking kind large as that which he brought to the .
to have been accomplished, for the words to the living while their ears Sun.-Gainesville Sun. t .: Of Meats
s railroad companies while yielding obe- can hear them and their hearts can be .,,, *,,' 4':1 -
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dience them. Startling I But True. -
in minor matters such as encouraged by -
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;' building and repairing depots have Ignorance and Intolerance are the lJ .".," "'( -
J People the world over were horrifiedon ,;;;;z. \-.-_) 2. r.- ';:. -
: drawn the line at any intermeddling twin curses of humanity. Christiansand learning of the burning of a Chicago "--!f:. ::1F. -' We Announce the : "
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fall to understandeach theater in which nearly six hun- dt. ': 04'ift' ".. .. ;' ]
with their freight rates and In the Rationalists .. ,
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t'friendly shelter of the federal courts other. If weknew each other than five times this number or over Y.,":: ":.. "'- "... ,;=":-':: Iu :. E; -
1 have frequently been enabled to reverse -' better Me would love each other more. 3,000 people died from pneumonia in '.'; ,, "-< : :: TSTgT! I I -- that we are ready to cure I j
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Chicago during the same year with !;., ; i .
their would rob the Christian of his L- '7 ; '
the commission and have We scarcely a passing notice. Every one : ? S'rrTrtw ,.
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1 oa way. To cure the monstrous evil or her faith but before the power of of these cases of pneumonia resulted s&F; ; .- 1 MEATS We guarantee" ::

t': of freight rate discrimination the lower organized religion, even In the face of from a cold and could have been pre- 4...'.... ...\,; ,r&.....-..,... 7. --
vented by the timely use of Chamber- '-': ;; -
; house of congress has just passed persecution, prison or death to sur- lain's Cough Remedy. A great many <, -; satisfaction and solicit your pat- ::
J the Hepburn bill and. If the Senate render our right to reason. who had every reason to fear pneu- 7ta2i i"t' <+'OlA GiQL -
monia have warded it off by the -
stall ratify Its work there will be an "The staple truth Is what we ask. prompt use of this remedy. The fol- Formerly NADI Advertised OLA and. -.dd- as I ronage. '. = -..

cad of the Injustice. We know little Not the ideal; towing is an intsance of this sort: No change in formula or package. The name r
"Too much cannot be said In favorof oulv has been changed to aV\lld confusion as w.
about the efforts of the Florida com We've set ourselves the noble task Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and cannot fiord to have so valuable preparation --

mission to roads to.make To find the reaL" especially for colds and Influenza. I confused with any other. i -
compel our
.,- ,Just freight rates but.It Is reasonable and we can stand erect and dare all know that It cured my daughter, N'Al'I11'terunded'OLAIS in every guaranteed case where, and money it fails will to remove be i 1
: Laura of a severe cold, and I believe freckles pimples. liver spots collar dicoloratiotns.sallowness -;. { Ocala Ice -8 | i< i
I,t 'i to<< suppose that it has given Just attention things, all facts that reallly are saved her life when she was sun tan, black beads, .
I ;, to all complaints made and has A Last Long Farewell.In threatened with pneumonia." W. D. disSguratng eraptionsetc The worst cases in -
Wilcox New York. old by all druggists twenty days. Leaves the skin clear.soft healthy .5.
?done its best in the premises. To say conclusion Mrs._ Henry said: m and restores the beauty of youth. r 5.
Pike ward Si co. Sold in each city by all I I
j lass would be to impeach tl-e eonWknUoua And now Into the bosom of nature. ---- leading druggists,or by mail Co.

fidelity to duty of the mem our universal mother, we consign our The famous Buster Brown Blue Prepared only byNATIONAL I i 5 fuel |

berj of the commission.-Live Oaknenlocrat. departed friend and brother.' "He is j Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at I TOILET, CO.. i

forever past the trials of life and free the Fair Store. x Paris Tenn.
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LONGWORTH-ROOSEVELT.. tight fitting around the hips and with a tortoiseshell and silver buckle. Death of John 'B. Stetson.

waist, with no trimming whatever. The final destination of the trip was F :---- StrauSs'4.y.

Wedding Which Took Place at White The bodice was tight fitting as far carefully kept secret but it is generally The announcement of the death of

House Saturday Will go Down as the bust where it draped softly understood that they will go southward Mr. John B. Stetson Sunday atone

f, in the Annals of History. in crosswise folds, the fronts fastening o'clock at his winter home

r in alternate tabs showing a vest .-- t} near DeLand, ..was received throughout -

Special to the Ocala Banner": of.sort tulle, which began at the end ALL NAVAL STORES Florida with ,poignant sorrow. Royal Reserve : .
Washington Dr C., Feb 11.0jloclal of the yoke. The transparent. yoke CLIMBING UPWA'RD Mr. Stetson was born in New Jerseyin .

event in the hostory of this was of real rose 'point lace an heir- 1830. He was a hatter by trade and I "";

country has ever attracted as much loom of the Lee family. The sleeves Pnenomenal Advances in Rosins built up a very large business in Phil- .

z were of elbow length being .finished, '. adelphia, where 'he began operationsin
Interest in all sections of the country I Spirits Reach 69 Cents- \1ay.r -
with soft ruffles of the same lace a small way in 186t the time of
and among all classes of the popula- August Futures Reported at.
The train fully three yards long, bet his death he was employing 3,500
:. as the wedding of Alice Roosevelt Sixty Cents. :

: eldest daughter of President gan at the shoulders, was of heavy | workmen.He F. T. SCHREIBER \

I white brocade, lined with plain white the founder of the Stetson
:. Roosevelt to Congressman Nicholas I The- long expected advance in spir- was Consulting and Analytical Chemist Member '
-* I satin and finished on the sides and at University at DeLand, and'took great of the SOCiety. of Chemical Industry. London "- .
ongworth, of Ohio. The popularityof I its; turpentine came this week; just Member te Ameaican
the bottom with rushes of chiffon. w pride in this institution. He will be Eng Chem'F '
Hiss Roosevelt's father coupled ical
Society \
when the trade had about abandoned
with the undeniable fact that all the The bridal Veil another family heirloom j[ I buried in Philadelphia. p.o so J: j03."f

was of soft tulle falling almostto 1 ithe idea that it would ever arrive. The -JI_ t -?.r.
world loves a lover particularly if ::
the bottom of the train. It PrSsbj terian OCALA, FLA.. OCt.2t; ;
that lover is the daughter of the chief was I bad weather, nasty rainy days that The regular monthly -"-

executive of the country and has endeared held by a spray of orange blossoms, checked up operations generally, social was held Monday afternoon at Messrs. Strauss & Co, Wholesale Whisky

falling loosely over the coiffure. The the home of Mrs. Herbert L. Andersonand
herself by her naturalness and ; brought small receipts and they were
democratic ways, has made the wed- bride carried no flowers: but only a was quite a pleasant event. Quitea Merchants, Ocala,. Fla, .

small, ivory bound book the responsible for the upward movement ladies of the "Pres "'
ding of Miss Roosevelt a national prayer number of the Gentlemen.- In accordance with your
As will be
from the dailj
which her mother seen ;
same carried at her byterian church and their friends were
event in the full sense of the word.
wedding.Mrs. statement of receipts on page 17 the served nstructions I visited { \\aiebcufe ( D
The wedding came quite near being present. Refreshments by jour
total arrivals of turps for the weekending
considered an international event and Roosevelt looked distinguished Miss Edith Patch Miss Ethel Robin- the l&lh, instant, and 'personally selected
last night were 647 casks. This .
in a handsome gown of point appliqfue son and Miss" Polly Williams. I
to some extent has assumed that character ..
was not sufficient to supply the demand from stock of
although President ,Roosevelt, lace, built over liberty satin veiled in your- a sample 531

chiffon and with chiffon and lace ruf and prices shot up to 69 centsin Croup.
with true democratic spirit tried his
fles facing the under part of the a hurry. Tuesday afternoon there '
: best to it. "Strauss' l-
skirt. The were sales at 67 1-:! cents, and then Begins with the symptoms of a com- Royal Reserve"whisky
The beginning of the ceremony had gown was made with mon cold; there is a chilliness, sneez-

been set for high noon but the firs t folds of lace draped upon the bodiceand 69 was reached." Not only the ar ing, sore throat hot skin, quick pulse

carriagess with guests began to arrive hung in a long train with an f- rivals were disposed of but several : hoarseness frequent and small impeded doses of respiration.Give Ballard's. the analysis o* which shows it to a K
hundred casks of which
shortly' after eleven o'clock; and when feet of drapery upon the neck and turpentine : Horehound SyruP.. (the child will cry contain:
/ short close sleeves. v" had been carried in the tanks were also for it) and the first sign of a croupy .

the noon hour app. iacied, there was: After the wedding party had left the sold at 69 cents. Yesterday the'de- cough apply frequently Ballard'sSnow Alcohol (by weight), percent. .. . .36.66 _
an uninterrupted line of carriages depositing Liniment to the throat.
east room ,the invited guests formedin mand did not seem satisfied and at Mrs. A. Viler New Castle, Colo.. Alcohol (by volume), per cent. ... .. .43.61 I
hospitable t
occupants a.r.
groups and gradually made their the close of the day it was reported writes. March 19. 19021 "I think Ballard's Degree proof, per cent..H. .. 87.10
the hospitable doors of the White
Horehound wonderful ;
fray to the famous blue that everything offering had been taken Syrup a Residue on evaporation, p cent. .. 0.660
house.It room remedy and so pleasant to take. Sold
the wedding luncheon served. It by eager buyers. A further advance i>y all druggists. m Ash, per cent. .. .. .:. . .. .0.011
had been intended to limit the .
r '. was fully one o'clock when Mr. and is not improbable if receiptscontinue -- Reducing sugar, per cent .. .. .. .. 0.225
number of who
guests were to be Mrs. Nicholas small.Nothing Volatile acids, per cent ... . .... .. 0.027

present at the wedding in the east Longworth made their was done in futures until KimbQllOrgans Amyl alcohol (fusel oil), per cent. .. 0.073
,room to 850, but it is safe to say.that
this number was exceeded by several The happy couple were surrounded ; late yesterday when a sale pf 300 I The above results show,the whisky be tr&ar s,

.. ; hundred. Notwithstanding\ their gen- by the quests, who showered their' was casks reported.for May-August Producers at sixty absolutely cents a carefully blended brand of high grade '

." erous proportions the east room, the congratulations upon the. groom andtheir .

r large main corridor and the adjoining most enthusiastic good wishes refused to even nibble at. the offers and that it has been disstilled' from a clean
.- rooms were filled to their capacity upon the bride. Young :Mrs. Long- of 58 cents, for May-August, and most Direct from Fac- The amount of fusel oil and of volatile acids,is gram low.
buyers have not -
worth yet formally put out tory at very
displayed remarkable tact and
by the time the ceremony began. It
received the felicitations of her the bait of sixty cents to see if that WHOLESALEPRICES Respectfully,
was a brilliant which num .
would be y F. T. SCHBEIBER Ch
sufficiently tempting- induce y
erous friends with ,
dignity, whlc'h.however
filled the magnificently decorated On monthly payments -
many of them to sell in ad-
rooms. Women in beautiful gowns, altogether prevent
occasional outbursts of vance. The factors are claiming that .50 Monthly or
men of distinguished appearance in :youthful enthusiasm $2 $quarterly

.; < military uniforms the rich garb of ,. one of her most characteristic i the next crop will probably be smaller upwards. FOUR FULL QUARTS $3.50 EXPRESS PREPAID :

\ :the diplomatic corps of the less picturesque charms. than the present one, as the difficulty You can now buy the famous Kim- :

She showed but in getting and keeping labor has ball Organs, or the reliable Great ,
:J costume prescribed for ordinary little embarrassment Western Organs direct from the mak-

civilians at noonday functions and flitted from one to the other, grown rather than diminished as the ers at wholesale factory prices. We

box cutting season has advanced. will send them to reliable people any-
dropping a pleasant ,word here modestly -
of this character
space where in the United
Then the States, to be paid
weather 'has been
I reserved for the. invited guests and :; thanking for a compliment, there very unsuitable for on extremely easy payment plan-
I for operations In the woods, $2.50 monthly and ,
full of
life and
energy and the most
awaited patiently the arrival of the t STRAUSS &
the trouble being not so much the cold Operating the largest musical instrument CQ
bridal couple.A unaffected and happy person in the factory in the world em-

few minutes before noon Bishop room. No one who saw and heard as the wet weather. The trend of ploying the largest capital, buying raw

opinion now is that there will be only material in the largest quantities for
Satterlee of Washington, and the, Rev. her during the two hours of the wed- small advance sales of turpentine. cash-the Kimball System of manu Sole Owners and Distributors.

Roland Coton Smith, rector of _St. ding luncheon, which was taken standing facturing and distributing free
/ Rosins followed in the wake of tur- through our 200 supply stations,
John's Episcopal Church, who were to could be in doubt for a single OCALA
pentine and enjoyed some remarkable tively saves purchasers $20 to $50 on FLORIDA
perform .the ceremony, arrived in east moment that :Mrs. Longworth was supremely first class organs.

t room and took their places within happy. advances this week. Late yesterday i If you haven't, any organ you want
afternoon it was reported that B. and one, and you want an good one; a
:the enclosure of The East room, where the wedding
white ribbons, formIng below mere prety. case with no music in it
> a barrier around ,the floral altar, I took place, naturally formed the cen- were selling at $3.85. This won't do. Secure at once the old
> meant that they were bringing Reliable Kimball Organ, at prices and
A few minutes later the bridegroom, ter of the decorative scheme. Oppo-' per McMillan
very: convenient terms. Bros
2SO pounds, 40 cents
more on. G. 45
t' accompanied by his best man, Mr. site the entrance and almost under Send today for our money saving
on F, and 50 on E and below than plan and free catalogue. -
: the
; Thomas Nelson Perkins, entered the big chandelier not for from the
they were on Friday of last week. Hand Under no circumstances can you af-
..- room and took their positions at the South wall an altar of the most beau- lowel'e ford to buy or consider any other organ Southern Copper Works

,side of the altar where they awaited tiful flowers, mostly roses, lilies of the strong throughout the until you have our money saving

r:, .the arrival of the bridal party. valley and orchids, has been constructed week from, and the showed opening an upward to the close tendency of- proposition.The most. inexperienced buyers can. Manufacturers of Turpentine Sand

., At the stroke of twelve the Marine and in front of it was a low est trader or as thoukh you were here i
1 prie de Dieu also the week. Receipts of them at this in person, you have our assurance that General '
Band in the lobby began to play the formed of flowers, each Metal Worked;
will be
'time of the year are generally pretty organ selected by an ex- ;
wedding march from Wagner's"Lo- upon which the principals were to I .

'. hengrin" and at the same moment the kneel during the ceremonyIt was liberal. and as everything. at the oth- pert.A fine stool and music book free -
er ports was sold along with Savannah's with each organ. :
: bridal party' started in two colums toward a perfect relief that the ugly and conventional Write today for free catalogue, .

the east room. I i wedding 'bell of flowers was receipts it is evident. that thereis Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching;

;; The bridal party proper descended' I I not introduced in the decorative rosins a phenomenal, one might demand almost for common Ludden-CempheII-Smith Go through the country a specialty Orders by mail ot,
regardless wire
el say will
- 'from the upper floor by way of the I scheme. receive prompt attention at either of th&

.private stairway. II I From the altar, which formed the of values. I and above were left 18 West Bay SLLUMBER following works !

!, The leaned I center of the decorations unchanged until yesterday when they
bride on her father's arm j j the remotest -
likewise scored some gain, five centson
..f and walked with stately and dignified corners of the corridor and FAYETTEtflLLE N. C.
K and above and 10 on L Altogether SAVANNAH
steps. Mrs. Roosevelt walked with ante rooms flowers formed the domin-

,.. her son, ermit Miss Etel with her brother ating feature of the decorations. In the week was n exceedingly satisfactory JACKSONVILLE, FLA MOBILE Al
one to producers and .
Archibald, and the baby of the the lobby palms and ferns preponderated encour- '
aged the belief that the coming springis .
family, Quentin was conducted by his I and formed'adelicate, screen be- '" -
'going to see values generally well
0 cousin, William S. Cowles jr., the hind which the United States :Marine nOrGU and -
maintained.The .
0 : only son of Capt. and Mrs. William S. f fCowles band and the members of the choir
receipts of rosins for the DRESSED
week '
Mrs. George C. Lee thej|,were stationed, who were to function We

venerable 1 grandmother. of the bride, before, during and after the ceremony. were 9.508 barrels and the posted Dry Siding Flooring and Ceilin Never Disappoint Our

sales were 11,432 barrels, of which i uiiviit-
and MrsWilliam S. Cowles, walked /j_ It is extremely doubtful whether any B. H. Wfl Fulfill Every Promise M-U
634 SeymourOcala and
were pales, 827 mediums, and 9- Iner Out False 1.13U. .
< together and were followed by the I I bride who was not a princess of royal I 971 II and WE CURE S'rle'lUe throat tbe bll. OI'Mact."d Y.rtoec.lW
below. The .
daily closing pain or depaUoa
members of the Lee, Roosevelt and : blood was ever so overwhelmed with j Fla. ;ClU'e"liner to I'.tua. withoii, from bUll....' C.staEtou Bleed Tel
I quotations are given on page IS.J .nary 01' JII1Rera1msv.. Lola .!
Longworth families who had come wedding presents as )Irs. Longworth. "| ..'- YfgorPo.tttretT cued; ao.&.__._..;; bas pyrsc a+
from all parts of the country to at- j For weeks wedding gifts of every j J (Saturday) mornin: ? spirits :-: I.Tee..vI Dr.t wikat2eel Co.Ii III tJulh.Uoa orpattedeteneuwWoat.d ..
0; -tena the wedding. description have been flowing into the posted firm at 69 cents, receipts 129,' Pci i' RR end .SA CIA ) isiaaptDr., N. I. Ktn4 CA. tQO ....d
'i sales 53. \tpt.lutltecia b&U ehlaf eoDHIUq apeefanat, ups W.r +
The eight ushers selected by the White House, until the library was br Ov s.tslf.. s.emfft'$11 d&u sad aergs0u.J' ..
t; Rosins firm; receipts 2.087, sales uo.uett.kutmeasoIcarontedWwaliU..,
bridegroom awaited the party at the actually filled with the gifts. They j. % leIS. ; ws urn beet ald1ull14 I1NVt a1..Detu. I.
1427. Quotations: H $4.16, G.JS.So, F Ooromeusn.eelpy.d with &.1 tt.jr e.1vM1I
foot of the stairs and preceeded them came from every part of the United j tea.X-ry,n.ist ur,wd Hosea ryt Sa taa4 ...y .I 1t
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I j $3.85 E $3.85, D $3.85. All the sales eoatrinue tao.a&a true ml4tea.l proftesioa, pa.aai mritsg
to the east room, where they arranged States from every corner of the j aoctera'ia ,"'y rupeet. ad "1 -110 hi _
of I and above showed aGIII t.
of 5 Clame4 sad
I ,themselves- four on each side, form- world aryl varied in value from a few j' .d lkuIl4 ptytdue llSoIa' aa.eDdusa."PlarlJ beIAc fa .a11W g714"
cents but were not sufficient 1Wr..
ing an aisle. They held white ribbons I I 1 I dollars to a king's ransom. i[ under the W* taplor... M taLlasdlag rasu SO "rut pedaie -..'.
rules to ;
officially advance quotations. ?;U\\\ unto tor t'.riNN srtwpto
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in such a way that they formedan I J I Nothing gives stronger proof of the FUNERAL- ,. tlll. th mautd torSlMtlll' b1__...
: -Savannah Naval Stores Review I1UO JII .l us ba }...4weegtf Qt_
arch, beneath which the bridal popularity of the bride than the fact t. aao.0t a eue ttlan..peetd.d&ta..

party marched toward the altar. The that the wedding presents sent to her i week ending Feb. Saturday 17. MY EST Vf1lfl9.( CHIOIIC DISEASES. w.. :t 'etwsi ad.
DIR"bJCTO Qs. :' 'W .i2T'.. Zt&dlgd. all -
ushers were Quincy Adams Shaw of I I from all parts of the world were by I \lrt\ 1lt. BaptuH.KId Hydrosels aeT sod. ttvaDl. JUltIS.-
i In Days Gone By. L' Dra.lu.1.oUet.t M4$11
Boston; Frederick Winthrop, of New no means all sent by wealthy peopleor I -1---; UXTILCUK& 'w HOMo D1 T rlT.s 8n4&/14 maUnu' Dl wit latlU'l'Ji j!

York; Francis P. Bangs, of Boston; j the heads of governments. Many I Have a full ifU.k of Coffins Caskets N. K. KING M. D. CuoDl. Disease.04\Yom.a.Laqa. noIa u of DtapLeeman Elt sea to
I 1 When we used to sit cramped up on and Buri Outfits. Social given to \ CHIEF Cauutnq rMrwawa Uuatual Discharges and 1Ida ..ab..... .,__eta.
Guy Norman of Boston; B. A. Wol- of the gifts came from comparatively an old home made desk in school try- Burial services. Wr-te send us SOoG&I JOII tv reprciarlouCOucI1\10D ht.ln.S1ll..lncll14inr. u you are tlct CW 1I1ete 011 nUtIt"

,. lingford. of Cincinnati; Lan Ander- ,: poor people, farmers In some of the lIng IJ1I1Ptem bleats for taros e c.ONSULTATIOlf. : _
to find the capital of Turkistan on Embalming to t JrX&HtNATION A.1IJD ADVICEfJlEZ ___
son. of 'Washington, D. C.; the Viscount western states, artisans and others I an old learn j LKIHCMEBIBiLCO. =
geography map or how .g! Atlanta Sa.
Charles de Chambrun and not richly endowed with worldly : ...- .... i ,
to parse a sentence in grammar it all
Theodore Roosevelt: jr., the eldest goods.
i seemed \'eryfoolisn to us. We wantedto Jerry Burnett -- .
son off, the pressldent The wedding luncheon anJ reception -- ---
get out ot school, and leave such
During the progres t the ceremonythe lasted until three o'clock when :Mr. idiotic t S. A. p
things to others. But now we f

boy's choir of St. John's church I and Mrs. Nicholas Longworth retiredto feel the J need of an education-we are Merchant Standley &

sang a number of sacred selections, i prepare themsleves for their departure sorry that we did not study. harder j I

r including! Mr. Longworth's favorite on their wedding trip. An ,
stay in school
longer. The old T
.>,;*B* Thou Faithful Unto Death" from hour later the newly married couple desk wasn't j I aOcala iloring.
near so '
'" uncomfortable to Sas'
j The \
:."Elijah," and a selection from the was driven to thQ, Pennsylvania station Pingacle of Human
our boyish bones then
: as our ignorance -
song of Solomon," My Beloved Com- where the special Pullman car : t| Florida.
etUL" is to us SQW, wlumY g 'rub) HB been. reache. in our can

"Republic. specially fitted up for the against the world. Oh. if we could see I i Finest Imported and ,
.,Miss Roosevelt looked lovely in her bridal trip stood ready to receive buggies and arness. The on:1:
things in the future !
as we can see f Cloths.
magnificent bridal costuma. The them. Mrs. Longworth looked charmIng '
them in the past how different we I 4 they can ever be better Is to raJSI

gown: was cut in Princess style which In her traveling gown of tan would act Boys the very' best thing t j Cutting a Specialty -

a cloth cut in princess style and with nnacle-eleYate the stand"
Is particularly to a can do is I Guaranteed. --
becoming the slender you to take somebody's advice i

and I short bolero jacket The skirt was who baa been the even then our vehicles will beat tt
graceful figure of the bride. along line and i
trimmed with folds of chiffon i A .
velvet of
= It waaW pea llKhhe satin showing at}I stay in schooL While the mind Is f I the >hi
the same shade as the cloth. The upper top.: They are not so

design- of.J',tose&pSu'tlined', \ in silverthread part of the waist and the sleeves the young good and things active possible.have it Ozone grasp Tex all t' Education by MailSo f. 'J ,prices:. though, as to be out ot ,

on tfuVl background. The I.were tan chiffon and lace. The little
tearing home
an.. or employment to g.aa. ct'
: material was 'especially. woven la one coat was trimmed with bands of velset. cUon.VWwengipa reUn !Sidjii! itluHn& of most vehicle users. Let us
.. E0k ePl& Antoinette, AJffetxr> ,
: 'P. J.! :ft the, Paterson;. J.., sil1k Un ls. and With this costume: she wore a The, famous Buster I GfUu&A&Kftetoil4i Sfi fiftff Histarr.Geometry IaOa.ate., t
Brown you figures.
:t'T Ji'/ Blue
.. :Ltliend. .str -titpeveIlt.Itri. *<#rnered4iatot,tan ,velvet TMdim tudait -"
xrith bpasse.amfnatioa '
'z- : .p. :?'. "' !T'" 'f*..iLv -fl--: .* .:> f .. "f. ,.S- .. .Ribbon" Shoes for bays and inrls pt. i '> ynofineccatatalog0.( i_
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I --r p .. THE OCALA BANNER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1906. !-"


FLOWERS FOR BROWARD. PRAISE..DAUGHTERS OF THROUGH ARKANSAS ON A HORSE Turpentine ,Market Prospects. I tt ofet1 t on at.a. .


[.Gvvemor Jennings*,was recentlyeaaaCG& ---/ How Opie Read Interrogated a Genuine Some figures which *e published f, D fU LIJ$IL L.. F. BI.ALOCJt, .

and submitted. an. in- Resolutions, Being Adopted by the Vet "Squatter." lately in. this journal In connection I I FU a ilfd.a LOCK. L

by the local reporter of the erans of the Lost Cause. with turpentine statistics are well Dentists
-- Opie Read recently made a trip worth considering by those who de- Over Muaroe & Chambbss Bank Ocala Fla.ai SEEDSePftllPnt
Journal and In the course I ,
la x The .following circular '.as been received through Arkansas on horseback. He sfre to gain some idea as to the pro- .
E.BIGGS. fh survival of the flttait W.
hlch the ex-governor wreathed the by the.camps of United 'Confederate lost his way and rode up to where a. bable course, of prices for American .1. -- have a&a Ui"l v& t boo III!In tbe -

lowing garland of roses about the Veterans, urging the passageof squatter was sitting. his fiddle by his spirits In r the ,future.. Two facts are, ATTORNEY-AT-LAWV w. wortd 0 lers.bectw Do you e our wish seeds ai.grow are btttt'r the mcIIt than

jive brow of our present chief ex. a resolution of thanks to the side. of course well known to all our readers -, (Office in Gary-Agnew Block.) beauttfl:1l1lor f: P1aD t the, and he5tBeeds.-.Fery'11M> finest VI'geI&bIetI ",.- -

U,.. Daughters of the Confederacy who "Jes ridln or a-goin somewheres viz. 1 that the price of turpentine OCALA, FU>KIDA nee 8flo4 Assail free to all -

e, Quote from the Interview. have been so active in raising the asked the squatter with little show of Is controlled fairly strictly by the Act applicants.D. .
ex-governor was then asked amount necessary to complete the Interest."I of'the Syndicate of American Turpentine J Detroit, Mien. -

U opinion of Governor Broward's monument Jefferson Davis: was going somewhere," answered Consumers; and 2, that the 'British AND aVRGEON.Office .

niaistration.fl "The general commanding realizes Opie, "but I've lost, my way and market Is the most important asset over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp Monlex'-rmfc. -

think he has accomplished a great that the following beautiful resolu- i| now I'm juat jridlng.' How 'do you get of that Syndicate. It is in relation OCALA. Fl.&.- The famous Buster Brown Blue

&..I during the time he has held the tion 'prepared by Maj. Gen Lowry, I to the next town?"' to these two facts that it Is wellto Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at
LIon.. but like all others who have commanding the Mississippi 'Division, : "Ridin' or walkin?" look at the figures in question. Of _

Ii; the position 'he la overworked. lIJ1o.Ut' Ur C. V.. and adopted with so much "Where do I hit the r9ad course America has other markets be- W, 4 Assessor's Notice.

going 'ahead with his drainage enthusiasm by the Louisville convention "Hit It on the'side or in .the. mid- t sides that of Great Britain for her OCALA. ?-S-y. KLORISA "I -
at the
place on
and is having a number of. : : feebly expresses the feeling of die or if you all gi.t close 'nuff you all turpentine; and she would have a turpentine K. CHASE. time specified to receive returns pf

ddgeJ built for this purpose. So' pride and satisfaction that each Confederate can hit it with a stick." export trade even If these Islands J property and agricultural statistics.

hli administration has been a sue- entertains to the devoted "Is there any forks to the road?" I were wiped out. of her systemof DENTIST. OCALA, FLriA&LOS of Meet your me property with correct and you descriptions will never -

,,- t Daughters of the Confederacy, for "No forks 't, all, mister, Jos' straight : markets; but that trade would not have any trouble.

We feel' a great and growing pity their heroic work In raising the mon- as a string." be equal to providing an outlet for L.SISTRUNLATTORNEYATLAW. Eureka February. 1906.
16. a. m.
the men in public office. They are ey to complete the monument to our "You're a d- fool" Mr. Read j her surplus product. The total quan- Daisy, 16, p. m.

ayi overworked. Here Is Governor. ', first and only President: said, losing his temper -I| tity of spirits Imported by Great Britain .' Fort McCoy IT a. m.

oward who has already been forced I; "n solv d. .That the United Confederate "Yes, sir maybe so," answered the is about 25,000 to 26,000 tons an- Room 4, Ms-CJk Building Pine Orange(school Springs house. 21).17 p., p.m.m. 3

_j to the Hot Springs In Arkansasr I i Veterans received with deep squatter, taking up the fiddle and nually-last year 26,335 tons. This CItra, 22. -

| rest and recuperation;' has taken : feeling, the announcement that the drawing the f bow carelessly over the ; has been .practically a constant quantity LIL al ISS: B. N.-SINCLAIR, .. -- Spanv %,3Anthony .24.

'0 trips to Chicago and has been ate I I Daughters of the Confederacy have strings, "but I ain't' ios 'i ever since .he attempt on the March, 1906. 1-

to the STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER.ani Ocala, from 5th to.-31st.. ,
expedition ever- -
bead of an part of the Turpentine Syndicate to
i raised the
170,000 to
complete -
I j .. necessary Alfred
Notary Public. Ayer Assessor.
hobnobbed wlfi Law- THOMAS JEFFERSON.
he has the consumers of the world. -
: the monument to the 'great chiet squeeze, 1-12-tf.
attention of Town Work
Special to out
[ of "frenzied finance" fame at Stand That iso to it has not increased
>n I of the Confederacy, ,Jefferson Davis, say, .
is tired in- Men may come and men may go Commercial Bank Ocala Fla.
doubt NOTICE.
uls no j In which they were so ably assistedby with the natural growth of ,trade as j

but the name of Thomas Jefferson will it in the habit of ...... M...... .MM........._.._.. ..
4. the Southern Confederate Memorial was doing some

I fie has sent one message to the leg- Association, of which Mrs. W. J. go on forever and more and more will years ago. That the trades In this THE NEW YORK WORLD. Monday t, Taxes of are November due and of each payable yesr.Personal .on the Srst .

llatare.In Behan. is the efficient head and be repeated withreverence, affectionand country which use spirits of turpen- j., t .d poll taxes mnst be paid at the
duties he has love. Thrice-a-Week Edition-Read Wherever same time that real estate u
hla laborious tine have ceased to progress Is so paid oa, a assessments
would express their most earnest the English! Language is are to the same party, .
and Jefferson was a man of commanding -
Ier..a private secretary! a sten- Improbable that we may ignore any Spoken. If .
thanks and appreciation of the devot- 3. possible come in person to pay vwu
grapher. figure, six feet two and one-half such opposition. They have been moving taxes Paying by mail or through other pahte,
ed efforts that enabled these noble ''is frequently
is awful how these public officialsr inches high, slender, sinewy, of erect onward as usual and have needed For the winter season now at hand
It women to accomplish, that in which I the most valuable paper to you will be 4. When you come to pay your taxes bring .
imposed upon and overworked. carriage. of firm elastic step, with full- their quota of spirit. The questionis World description from your deed or latest tax receipt
I the veterans had failed thus illustrat- the New York of what you wish to on.
We would suggest that the governor deep-set hazel eyes hair of a reddish whence,do they get It? And this because it offers you more at the prIck pay
ing the truth of the aphorism that the S. Don't wait till last few darl of time to say
farming again. What if the cows : cast, becoming sandy with the advanceof question will soon press heavily upon than any other paner' published any- then expect the best service either by mail *r
ry love of woman. is more potent than where In the world.
i inpersoii. 1 he ruJi is then on and delays are
uld devour the sugar cane in a .. the strength of man.He ." age, of a delicate skin and a ruddy the councils of the Syndicate. The This Is a time of great events. We unavoidable. You must take your turn as it -

:gilt and four bushels of Irish pota- complexion; strong, active robust, a total quantity reaching these shores I are having great wars and othei comes,
therefore, calls upon each changes of a stirring kind are 'occur 6. Ton must have your property properly assessed .
o produce pnly one! camp in the federation to meet at the fast walker even at eighty a good from without is constant; but the proportIon I ring both at home and abroad. The if you wish to avoid trouble in payment -

Spilling rails, repairing fences, hoe- dancer a dashing daring rider and 9f American spirit has declind Thrice-a-Week World comes to yoi of taxes. The collector cannot alter the valuation -
earliest moment, and pass suitable or description of assessments found on He
other day, except unday with z
and 'plowing "a con- an athlete as well as an expert musician every tax: book. E.L.CARNBVTaxCollecto,
cotton rows as shown by the figures already .
ng resolutions of thanks for the accomplishment all the news, fully, accurately and .
m Marion
rary route" would be a real luxury ; fond of hunting and of all man- referred to. Out of the 26,000 tons promptly. County. Ocala .
of this grand work and to
I -
ompared with the severe and overtaxng ly sports; a man of inflexible will and nearly 4,000 tons were of Russian origin Thrice-a-Week World alwaysIts
send .them to Mrs. N. V. Randolph, political reports. You can "et the .ADMINI5TRATRIX'S'NOTICE OF FINA
hardships of holding down a public chairman Central Committee Jefferson of cool and impassive courage, witha and probably another 1.00 tons truth from Its columns, whether you DISCHARGE. :-

high sense of honor, who never are Republican or Democrat and that
of French origin. A few -
ifice.'twithstandIng. we
years ago
1 Association Rich
Davis Monument is what you wantThe
-that the exper- abandoned a plan, a principle or a had practically none of this extra Thrice-a-Weew World always la County Judge's Court. Marion County -

ence of' these men are all along theame mond. Va.. that these women may friend; of temper' naturally strong, spirit, or the quantities were so smallas has a serial story running, and it is 301-1 Honda. la Re Deceased.Estate of.J. #. Edwards,
have faint idea of venera-
ways a first-class story by a -
line Is It not strange that they tion and admiration." but under perfect control.- ,. earnest to be negligible. We may reckon, class author. The Thrlce-a-Week !! VOITICK, IS HEREBY GIVEX TO ALT, '

?houkl continue to seek these places? | ) cordial sympathetic in his man- then, that, America, according to these World publishes better fiction thai whom it may concern that on thUUayOffiuie4.D.19o6 I

and in his views withan any other newspaper In the United -
But the most difficult problem they t Mr. Graham Writes of California. ner sanguine ; figures, has already lost. about 20 per States. Special attention Is also giv- the undersigned will apply ta the Hov. Joseph i

ire called upon in solve is -fooling all ______ attractive countenance, which became cent. .of her trade with Great Britain; en to markets, and there are many for Bell a,judge final discharge ot said court.as Administratrix as judge of probate of the --

the people all the time." Special to the Ocala Banner: more benignant with years; .a and this corresponds with complaints other valuable features. estate of J. F. Edwards, deceased and at the
The Thrice-a-Week World's
too rawboned and ungainly to be same time I will present to sad court my final -
--- Los .Angeles is more like the East man heard on the other side to the effect subscription price is only $1.00 per accounts as administratrix of said estate, and

GRINER FARM. handsome in youth, -but good lookingin that ,the export trade in turpentine is year, and this pays for 156 papers. We ablt tor their approval. '"
is like
than the East
offer this unequalled newspaper and Dated this Nov..28, A. D.1905.
middle life and quite handsome
declining. But It is not all The D. C EDWARDS.
The street cars in Los Angeles are the Ocala Weekly Banner together one -
Special Correspondence Ocala Banner: old age; his manners those of the polished for $1.65. As Administratrix Estate or J. P. Edwards de
like those in Seattle and Puget Soundin trade ought to be increasing if America year ceaseo. .'
.' here was a fair attendance at Sunaay"school school of the colonial government The regular subscription price of
is to maintain her position in this .
crowded with
that .they are pas- the two papers Is $2.00. :
last Sunday afternoon. Remember ; a gentleman every sense, consumption TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE318j. -
sengers all the time. market If we reckon the Send all subscriptions pn the above .

the hour, 3 p. m., on all Sundays courteous, and considerate to all. bow-, of turpentine and substitutes together offer to the Ocala Banner, Ocala, Fla. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
This the "city of the Angels, is a -
except the first Sunday in each ing to the humble negro he met on y -
shall find still
city of hotels and apartmjent houses we greater Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Longworth
hour for- well to the aristocratin : United States Land Office, Gainesville .
is the the
month then 2 p m. street as as
and ,some of them are the finest in the changes threatening the American I will sp"! nd the next week In the hour such is the .
Sunday school. and 3 o'clock his carriage- impres- -
land-excluding those in the Peninsular supremacy. Probably; we should put l I They will be very delightfully entertained _.
of sion that have of Thomas Jefferson IS HEREBY
for preaching by Rev. Cunningham we GIVEN't
state, Florida, which has th'e fin- down another 15 per cent. on the score and feted during their visit to t -
derived from the portraits and descrip- compliance with the provisions
Anthony of 1
substitutes,..which brings- the Am-
est hotels in the world-and yet the island; republic.
Interest In orange trees Is still tions that have come down from his of the act of Congress of June
erican of
loss trade to 35 cent.,
to up per
there is not enough room -- 3 1818
set out From his youth and to the last entitled "An act for the sale ,
growing.. Mr. Brown has just day. practically all in of the
house the tourists and colonists who consequence of timber lands In the States of California -
someon hU place near the schoolhouse years of his life he was an enthusiastic .
high prices maintained by the syndicate -
train from the 1 !
are arriving on every Jr Oregon, Nevada and WashIngton -
Mr J. J. Luffman is the fortunate and skillful fanner.
for it is
nearly certain that with "
east and my old home way back yonder CUAXAfeTEEO Territory, as extended to all -
nursery man. \ American turpentine at the old (d'ttanj the Public
in the south. prices BY A Land States by act of Aug-
Death of Mr. Gillis at Fort McCoy.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Calhoun and Those who can't find accommodations ranging between C 20 and ;t 23 per ton BANK DEPOSIT ust 4, 189:!, John D. Robertson, of

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Coons'. were visitors to Pasadena. there would have been no serious recourse $5,000 Ocala, county of Marion, State (or
here on over
go R. R. Fare Paid. Noes
to Fellow-shin Saturday and Sunday. : Roderick GUlls who came to Territory) of Florida baa this
Beach Riverside or to Santa. to 'Russian spirit or to substi taken on tuition. BEST day filed

They report that people-' of that place Long Marion county in the 40's and settledat tutes. :Now it will not the Amer- and cheapest on earth. Don't oelay. Write .o-day in this office his sworn statementNo.
ad waves, or the pay
the .
"Uve at home and board at the same of America.. These afore Fort McCoy, died on "Sunday and ican Syndicate. to destroy the British 354. for the purchase of, the East
Venice : burled the Fort : one-half of the Southeast.
I was at McCoy cemetery one-quarter.
place.- % mentioned cities are suburbs of Los I market even though prices may beheld Northwest
quarter of Southeast
Monday afternoon, Rev. Harmon quarter
Miss Charlotte Leitner was visitingin for a time at above l:40 too.
protected by the f per and
Angeles and are Northeast quarter of South- '
Martin officiating at the sad obse-
Oak an4 touring Griner Farm, Mondays -- ( (
In the end
a collapse must
hen west
wings of the "Angel City, like a I Gillis 61 of quarter of Section No.5. in -
qules. Mr. was years
Miss Leltner and Miss Lucile protecting her chicks under her sheltering take place or the Industry must be Township No. 18 S. Range No. 20 E.
and led blameless life and leavesa
Leitner entertained their friends with wings. And in this way Los age reduced to about half Its present di- "- and will offer proof to show that the
a Valentine the fourteenth. rich inheritance to the people among Oood Money in Growing Large Wa land is
party on western city, takes menslons..Another four years of prices sought more valuable. its
Angeles this great whom he has lived all of his life. He
}Miss-Sims of west Griner Farm also and settlers from ranging between Eo 40 and Eo 50 per ton termelons. timber or stone than for agricultural

entertained her Kendrick friends the care of the tourists is survived by a wife,_ two daughtersand would undoubtedly lead to a still fur purposes, and to. establish his claim
whole -
Webb. the east and from all over a large'circle of friends to mourn .1 have .been planting each year to said land before Clerk Circuit courtat
sam evening in honor of Miss ther great increase In the use of sub-
wide world.- his death. for several years, from 70 to 100 Ocala, Fla. on -
TAWNY MANK. stitutes and in the importation of p
1 And. still the cry Is, "Westward. acres in Eden variety of Water Monday, the 26th day of Feb., ,*()6. --
Russian spirit, not to speak of the
HoJ: from all the east clear to St. Jo. Sunset. melons, and have made good mon- He names as witnesses. ;
Spending Their Honeymoon in Florida stimulus "it might give to the
ANSOM GRAHAM, W. L. Brooks of Holder Fia.
I .ALBERT ey every year. I secured good ,
tion of turpentine in India and el>e- L. W. Brooks of Holder
Fla.S. .
P. s.-And still the "Land of the (With Apologies to Oeala Banner.) Eden seed to begin with and have 2
\ where. This consideration mus.t be P. Potter, of Iverness Fla.
of the west, envies -
Afternoon, California On Coca-Cola's busy streets improved them each year, by selecting -
Mr and Mrs., B. F. Saxton. of NewYork before the minds of the Syndicate and S. S. Savage of Ocala, Fla
the Land of ,Flowers: Florida, the The glow of tropi sunset'lay. my seed from only large "
City.. passed through Ocala Wednesday will have its effect upon the more Any and all persons claiming" '
best, -A.. A* G- The ox-carts ceased to whizz about, and well shaped melons, I have
afternoon on their way toyir.sdale. moderate, producers. How long they versely the above described lands are
-"' I And quiet caine at close of day. them dried in the shade, which
requested to file their claims in
: 'Mr.. and Mrs. Saxton were will continue in a course which is
arrie4 the'entyseeond The Mother., I The..mad,clog's chasing citizens. \\'ill when properly planted always office on or before said 2
tn New York onNovember. shown to be so detrimental to their .
seen I a I The alligators Jn the stream come up as they are sound and February. 1906. I
t and, they have l hold over the British market remainsto
'the The mother radiates peace and i The pigs amid the flower beds full. I have 1500 Ibs., of choiceseef W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
,sj-endtng. the. past few ,weeks on be seen but sooner or later the
radiates strength also. The restlessness ., i Smiled softly in the rosy gleam, to offer at 50c per lb. When This notice must be published once :

east coast of Florida, the rush of the life pressure of the inevitable wil compel a week for nine consecutive weeks in .
the noise. ) -Elizabeth Schneider. you send your order for seed and -
jMr> Saxton Is well known in this them to. give way.. The trades a newspaper published nearest the
tQday makes it all the more necessaryto ; New Yoik, tOur wish me to do so, I will instruct
<}& and )his wife is a veryV charming I consuming turpentine have been very land, and must also be posted in a
; maintain in. the home an atmosphere -Il .you how to prepare, fertilize and
,*omaa. He owns a beautiful orange patient under a tyranny which at conspiculous place in the land office
of serenity and sweetness so dear neighbor, the Star, is still cultivate. Let your order come in I
!!.Y on Lake Weir and will spendt.flet times has seemed almost intolerable for the same period. 12-22.
that .the threshold once crossed, the distressed about our'news ser\ce.! at once. I sold the same kind of ---- -.
month or six weeks there and the hope of possible relief In the ,
outside noise and clatter and strife But we still insist that It beats none seed over S. C., Ga., and Fla, last I FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 91906.
Saxton spends portion of avery future help them to
a near use
j 4 are left securely behind. This Is perhaps at all to death. Indeed (whisper it year: which gave perfect satisfac- NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.
tet on the Lake and he. has many every endeavor to diminish their con- I
an old-fashioned conception of softly) it is the identical service used tion. -
,!!!!!nd$ In this section who will be'de- sumption of the American article to I II. Under anti by virtue of a cetarin
home. Many women nowadays wantI by so excellent a paper as the Metropolis decree in Chancery made and entered
l1bed! to see him. again and will exI I the utmost possible limit, and so to
.turn the home into the streets, so which the Star seems to thinkis I. FURr1AN STILL on the 24th day of January, 1906, by .
'" tt 4 pleasant welcome to his wife. I I hasten the period when the Syndicateof the Honorable W. S. Bullock Judg
I to speak and make the world's work even a better newspaper than theg. Blackville, S. C. of the circuit court of the Fifth Judicial -
producers shall! be compelled to
everything ami the house life noth- and g. circuit of Florida sitting -.

I:.: 'To Go _on the Road. I ing. But a" restful home once experienced ... -. -- adopt a saner policy.-London Oil and We m tie tele agent icrtie celebrated- certain in Chancery for Marion county, in a

I Colourman's Journal. < cause therein pending wherein -,
r. $pelgmannderson., who form is a joy above the 'promises of The esteemed Ocala Banner has an- Genuine Zarp & Leather Ssois. Ocala Fur I! Gordon S. Scott as Receiver of the -

to disturb; and a restful and nouncel! itself squarely In favor of the nitre Co. i: Ocala Building and Loan Associationis
ml years has been the excellent progress Dr. E. C. Pasley 'of Williston. who ii complainant, and Herman Moses
make itKosse repeal of the law creating the State i,:
alone -- ,
inteligent woman can_ -- -- - -- ------- and others defendants
are I will
m ,popular manager of the for the past forty years has had his
Railroad Commission. This of Monday, the *
uadry and Machine hops,. has sev-t Cyclone.A subscription list without NOTICE.In .
0 name on our I 5th Day of March, 1906, .
_'" __ course means that the Banner is goIng -
! *i his connection with this concern an interruption, was a prominent visi- I. the same being the first Monday in .
Philosopher. to have a warm time on its handsas the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial the month and a legal sale day, offer
_&n4 after March the first will go ont Palmetto,. was in Ocala last week and Circuit of Florida, in and' for sale to the highest and best bidderfor
long as this action is advocated.
$ road. He will travel for the 0 appreciated caller at. our office.-He for Marion County-In f cash. before the court house
I. p Tampa Herald. Chancery. door In Marion
County Florida between
rgia Supply Company, of Savannah came to Ocala to see an old schoolmate -
:4 I try to let the trouble the legal hours of sale, the following -
and Jacksonville whom he had not seen in fiftyyears. J.I I
lands in
Nancy A. Jones, Complainant vs Marion -
little boy of three
With the stormy tempests go t Leroy Hyde, a
)fM.r. Anderson who came to'this city B.- Jones. Defendant. Order for constructive : County, Florida to-wit:
,_:fro._ .. An' I say '"Therain that's fallin years of age the son of Mr. and Mrs. service. The northwest quarter of the lot

Augusta, Georgia has made makes the roses grow!" Faust J. Hyde, prominent residents of It is ordered that the Defendant-* or block of land lying immediatelysouth

: .Only ")l1ss Burke never fails to delight herein named, to-wit: J. B. Jones be of and adjoining the lot. or blockon
r@:1QanYfriendSlnO'aadurlnghisfeW- IL'But Jacksonville,, was burned to death in 0 which
to the Ocala
and he Is here1 required appearto High School
and they '
residence og.Is., her hearers with her and
a.m{ a feller still has feelin's.An' that city Tuesday. He was playing ease grace the Bill of Complaint, file in this Building now stands and is erected.

-t li &U be delighted to know that hefll his dress catching in the rendering of the selections she cause on or before Monday, the and being bounded on the north by
with on
continue to make his home here. they're might hard to undertakes.-The Woodville Repub- 5th day of March, 1906, I South Sixth street; on the east by lot .
You can't shout hallelula fire burning him almost to a crisp. It Is further ordered that a copy of land heretofore sold to E. H. Hel-

f ,, will be his headquarters strikes town! i | 1 r- lican. :Miss Lillie E. Burke, Opera of this order be published once a venston by the Trustees of the said
:wish 1 Mr. Anderson much success When the house,. Feb 19, 8 p. m. Secure ticketsat week for four consecutive weeks in Ocala High School; on the south by
Frank L, Stanton in Atlanta Const- Messrs. Lang. Swartz &_ Co., are the the Ocala Banner a rewspaper published lot belonging to Mrs. Musie Bullock -
: Jlf ne.v; line of work the Ocala News Company,. :!5c. 35c
and and the west
authorized agents of the, Sanders Fer- in said county state. on by Pond streetor
and iifl<>. This 19th day of January. 1908. so much thereof as may be sufficient .
:_ tilizer Co., of Jacksonville. If you S. T. Sistrunk. to satisfy the said final
..i J8. stated that the strawberry : F decree
< Nobody wants an early primary but J are needing fertilizers or,anything In Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County.. and costs of court.
.tl1 be the means of putting .. A, man In, Puntat Gorda cleared five H
... Florida. M. Hampton,
> J line will do well to
'I fertilizer you
for the.
,_,_- USO.OlO In the jeans of Bradford the politicians 'and 0 those running- : hundred dollars from one acre of: 'cucumber Edwin Spencer, Complainants Solicit 1-6-: Special'Master fnC'hancery .
with them before buying. x : l-26-5t -
,-y>. farmers. f office. .: figure last year. r. -1



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f ;- ."'TWO The' .,Wedding MILUON-.:Breakfast DOLLAR, WEDDING Will. Cost SlN1If.HP111-" '". ,! 11141fliflPllHlf9fl1111f" .." '". ,,, ,,,,," "itt11111fi1f,,,,,, IFit4f" "4i1PIH11111PH11PH11fl1111fl11fl" ," '" '. ." ..

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From $5,000 to $8,000-Some'Inter-. .
at_ testing Figures'About the Event- :
... JAKE
Which Takes-Place Today ABE THE' t

1 More than $2,000,000 will go'directs .
If Into circulation as a result o! the -
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'" langworth-Roosevelt wedding today. :

fierce of the Inside circle with "sta- -.

)Ie': Information have been.m. k1ng .O.GERYQUALITY
"T'EA.P T Gb
estimates of the cost of the presents
i tie cost of the wedding festivities; .
tike 'cost of the ,trouseau;' the dresses, i .
the hats, the flowers, the carriages, -
tie traveling expenses of guests and J

many other details. \
f .
The grand total must exceed the ,
: .two millions' in question: -enough to.. > : .; ,., ; <,,;,. : ': d" "
feet a big public building in a large ,
ity, and as much aa President" Mit- i ; :; ,[:(
I _
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den expects to get in his defense :
.... : ,
fond for the threatened coal strike.A : .
Million in Presents. "
The value of the presents alone! is :--:- .I '/. : .. .:._:: <._,,:,. .:,.,< .",.___,
-- '-.cO
placed at nearly 1000000. The'yiesent '
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from France is worth $25- ,
110; that from Cuba. $25,000; Long- -: ,. .. ..:
worth's present ,to the bride $10,000; .- -..:-:.. -: '.:,\,.::.'/.'. ,:.,".'.. ',*,:i.::.,'C" :'":". -,....:,-.- ,..... ':.:,". '- ." __ .:)
tie Taft party present $2.500; the .-: : '. : "; '. >.,'. ':. .r.i".r ...'._ RICE ,.
: :.' ;:, _
New York Delegation, $800; the Ohio II '.
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::. : s. '
felegatlon, $250; six tiaras and six :> ;!
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: Diamond and pearl necklaces are In I _{ ;>
: '
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1be lot; gifts of. priceless value :from :I't.
Italy, the' Pope, Prince Henry of I ; We Ask You to Bear the Above" in Mind .. .i'\ '
Prussia[ Prince Louis of Batt'enberg, -" ,
,"TThitelaw Read, the Astors, Goelets, :: ; "<0'-:'S When You Want Anything in the Line of .'
Millses. Vanderbilta and'other of the .
: y' ;
.Moneyed aristocracy. : :

was Thirty-two,a Wihte years House ago bride.Nellie Her Grant pres- .'

tats were valued at $60,000, a princely ? .G ROC E R'I E S "

.fortune to Miss in Alice those make days..the The Grant presents gifts I .J ,

l.ok like the, proverbial 30 cents.. In 'i ''iiE' ; .'<. ;' ':
*e particular there will be a similar- .
,J_z My, President Grant presented the :" .
; bride f10.000..It is said that President : : /: ; ; ; ,
.Roosevelt's gift will be a likeamount. .. ..-;,'' '... :
;. .7'HA.Y' GRAIN.Compare _. .: -.'...:
It is Their Busy Day. 1-> : : ; or : ,

.The: Jewelers and modistes of Wash- .- '"'. ,;.' .- ,,
-fmgton and New York are reaping. a .'- : --" ." "
unrest. All are.overrun with orders; I -. .
..e firm In that_ city alone furnished ........- '
',$30,000 worth .of diamonds and pearls. ,
J Tie value of the trousseau of tb.e! '
bride Is estimated at 15000. This ; 4
does not Include the value of.some

.. giftss she brought from the Orient- first the QUALITy ; second, the QUANTITY; and third the
ilka and. laces'which have been util-
< ,
lied for this Interesting event.

..- \ President Gets Off Easy. : ; PRICE, and we will rest on your verdict: ,
E The cheapest thing about the wedding -, --- .
will be the ceremonial itself. <
The. .President will 'have to dig deep ---- -. :::
uly for the wedding breakfast. The .- ."
.a+mslc, decorations, etc., cost him noth- --- '
-- :.
I I .iag., They come from government 8 .
urces. The breakfast for nearly a \ :.

,'.,Vride's between thousand bouquet people$5,000 of will and orchid cost$8,000.somewhere will cost The WE HAVE THE GOODS AND GIVE YOU WHAT-YOU WANT.F j

t 100. Her dress will cost $800. \ E... .
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There will be about five hundred In- .....
the party. All will have new dresses
for the event. The value of, these --- .
"'dresses varies between $200 and $1.-
: 100 apiece. At an average of $500;

4 ",..the apiece-an"O. total Hats cost additional may will be,approximate put$25,000.:down at$250-The$50 :. No Misrepresentation. All Goods Must be As Represented ..

lowers worn by the ladies will cost '
-, nearly $1,500 more. Eight hundred : : :
carriages will be. in commission. That E : Or Your
:Entails an additional expense'of some : p Money Back-
thing more than .$5,000. ......., ? .
Harvest for Railroads.. i
Another Item of expense that willrun --
up far into the thousands will << :
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be the traveling expenses of they
guests.. A party of nearly two hundred --- II ,.
from Cincinnati will spend not .

I ., less more.than Many$100 come apiece! from-that's abroad$20,000, the I E are continually adding'new condiments, to our Fancy Line of

3 Sartorlses Chambrun: from from Vienna Paris, the the Countess Countess I :: GROCERIES, and always have an hand Staple Groceries: ; such

yzelka from St Petersburg; that's as

\thousands of dollars more. -. "-

Selling Domestic Wines in 'a Dry -

", County. .'

had Over been i In convicted Volusia_ -county in the a criminal woman U Flour Bacon, Rice, Salt, Grits Coffee Meal Oats .

tourt for selling intoxicating liquors ,
bit'took an appeal to the circuit I

., court convicted only home claiming on made the she wine ground had and been that had; she wrongly a rightt sold I Hay, Corn,. Cotton Seed Meal, Bran Cooked Cow Feed 5 i

Q Jell it even though it was in a ,
a "dry county," Judge Jones of the I ; .
?'" : d .- And Mixed Chicken "
"- ircult court ruled to the effect that Food ; "
woman was right, in her contention I "
and now the DeLand Record Is
Abusing the prosecuting attorneys be- ; ;L ,;: ,
sauce he made so little effort to con ...... ':- j*-' -
t"tinee the judge of his .. "
Mla News : EAt i Prices second to Give '
none. us a caTI.L?; ,
Ought to be Shot. .
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1"-:,.. ,.Ur Burglars Frank Harris are disgusted of the Ocala with. Ban-EJII I I .. 7:. ::: : ; : '" Yours Ever Ready-to Please. 5 U J

aer. because, on robbing his house of t
: two purses. they found no money in :
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them. They 'wrote him a note to say ..
'he Is'"mea.ner than the 'preachers* f.

'. ..whom they also robbed of a few ....- .
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aickels. Those Ocala burglars are the TEAPOT (
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.meanest ever They rob an editor and GROCER .
then denounce him for his poverty.. -- '
.,They ought to be shot.-Punta,Gorda
.J Herald.- -I FI kr

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