The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
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: November 9, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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System ID: UF00048734:00402
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., -" MEETING OF CONFEDERATE Miss Eagleton to Give Large Recep a
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> .' VETERANS. tion for Mrs. Harrison. '.> .

: KODAKS Miss Margaret Eagleton has issued
,,4 : The Marion Camp, U. C. V.'s- No. invitations to a large reception, The
: busy season
,f 56 met In Ocala at the council chamber which she will give on the eveningof

.. .: : ,r."J: November 6, 1906. | Thursday November fifteenth, at
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t. ....:'. ..-' .. .- The camp' was called to order by : her home on Ocklawaha avenue in
''fC'f, "; (? "'- '_ 4. [ Maj. G. M. Hubbard, commander. compliment to Rev. and ,:Mrs.. George May make it necessary for you to

i. '" < Comrade W., L. Ditto was asked to in- Hendree Harrison.
: .- ; voke the divine, blessing.In This will be one of the largest and borrow We
-AND- some ready to
) the absence of Adjutant E. T. most elegant of the winter social money.

)11; Williams, Comrade Frank Harris functions and it is being eargerly anticipated -
accommodate all lines of
PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS was asked to act in his place. by Ocala's social contingent. legitimate

The roll was called'and the follow. \

r ing comrades answered to their Mrs. Dittmer to Entertain for Mrs. industry and trade.1ViUNAOE .

.AT THE names: G. M. Hubbard W. L. Ditto, Harrison.On .

J. H. McKinney, M. D. Frink, J. H. Thursday afternoon, November

Livingston, sr., L. M. Graham, D. A. the eighth, Mrs. George F. Dittmer & CHAMBLISS :

OFFICE DRUGSTORE Miller, I. P- Stevens, W. 0. Massey, will entertain at a large tea for Mrs. ,

,, 0. Frank Caldwell, T. D. Lancaster, D. ,George Hendree Harrison to which BANKERS.McMillan .

: A. Smith, H. C. Gates, John Pasteur, 'she sent out cards yesterday.. ..-
r C. C. Priest B. J. Freymouth, V. M. On this occasion ,Mrs. Harrison,

Seckinger, C. C. Stevens and Frank who before her marriage was Miss ;

t Harris. Ethel Watt, of Griffin, ..Ga. will make

Comrade W. L. Ditto moved that a her,, formal bow to Ocala society. Bros.
.' ". committee of three be apopinted to Mrs. Dittmer's tea will mark the
: draft resolutions on the death of opening of the winter social sea .
Mrs. Jefferson Davis. The chair appointed son in, this city.
,'- as the committee, W.: L. Ditto Southern Copper Works
Prescriptions Carefully Filled .,'; Frank Harris and. T. D. Lancaster. -! The Band of Mercy Meeting.

r'"- The committee retired and upon The Ocala Band of Mercy in whose Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
*returning submitted the following interests :Miss Emily Tatum is suchan

M HAPPENINGS. ABOUT TOWN Mr. T. C. Wheeler went south yes resolutions which were read by Comrade indefatigable worker and of and General Metal Workers

t terday. Ditto: which she was the organizer, met at ,
Resolutions! of Respect.To Grace Episcopal church Sunday afternoon
MISS SARA ELIZABETH "'HARRIS.. F. D. Pooser went up to Martin yes- the Memory, of Mrs. Jefferson at four o'clock. Nearly fifty
Local Editor. Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
} terday. Davis: members of the band were presentand
:Mrs. Varina Howell Davis, widowof they marched into the church in through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
IIf Cot Van Ness of Inverness wire will receive'pr attention at either of the.
(From Wednesday's' Daily was Jefferson Davis, has crossed over a body. mpt
: a recent visitor to our city. the river and now rests beneath the Th reector og Grace church, Rev. following worksFAYETtEtflLLE .

shade of the trees 'with her beloved G. H. Harrison, delivered a very beau
Mr, David S. Woodrow spent yesterday People In Ocala are already securing husband. tiful address. He illustrated, his re N. C. SAVANNAH OA

in. Jacksonville with his their Thanksgiving turkey. In all the varied and responsible marks with many interesting stories JACKSONVILLE. FLA MOBILE ALA

_'F friends. duties of life, as United States senator relative to the, good and bad treat-
Mr. James R. Moorehead has re
t president of the Confederacy, ment of dumb animals and spoke -- -
turned from
Miss Sue Barco, of "Sunny Slope a surveying expedition.Hon. prisoner, she was by his side to aid words of praise to the members of E. C. Smith. C. V. Robert

Yr Farm," spent Tuesday in this city. the" J.,M. Barco came in yesterday and to comfort, and in his death she the Ocala band, who are doing so

guest of Miss" Sara Harris." I -. from "Sunny Slope Farm" to cast his held him in her arms. She was no such excellent work in the line of humane Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers
vote. less! a great woman than he was a treatment of animals of all
Mr. Thomas H. Harris has to
r to Jacksonville to' spend gone severaldays' great man. She needs no monument kinds.' We are equipped do the very best work and use
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peyser of stone nor brass to commemorate Mr, C. L. Bittinger president ,of '
the latest and best
taking in the carnival. ,9n1y methods.
taking a peep at Jacksonville car her memory, for she lives in the the Ocala Band of Mercy, had the
nival. hearts of the people. As Jesus said to honor of presenting six or' ,seven -
Mr. H. Watterson Tucker acaIa'syoung Telegraph Orders Deceive Immediate Atteijtlou. '
Mary of Bethany, "she bath done new members.
electrician, is. attending the
Mr. J. J. Bierman has gone to Jack what she could." The service was closed with the
Jacksonville carnival this week.
sonville, where he will attend the car- Therefore, be it resolved: singing of the national anthem, OCALAFURNITURE CO.
nival. That in her death we have sustained "America," after which the benediction -
: The reading club held :a very enjoy-
;'' able and Interesting' meeting with a great loss, but we bow in hum- was pronounced by Mr. Harrison. japel and undertaking parlors corn Mr. Lawrence Ballard, of Cornell, ble submission to His will, who doeth '
Mrs. G. F.. Dittmer :yesterday'after.. Ja Avenue.
,- was in yesterday to participate in the all things well.
Day Phone No. 10.
noon. xirfct p! n. 94 and 191.
election. Resolved: That Marion County Mr. Fred Newberger Abroad.Mr. .

Mr and ''Mrs. C. L. Bittinger' have Camp No. 56; U. C. V. joins all the .Fred Newberger,one of the most .

gone to Jacksonville to, attend the The Ladies' City Improvement So- people of the southland in deploringthe popular salesmen that travels Flor-
editqrial banquet and reception to- ciety held a meeting in ,Yonge's, hall loss of this good woman. All hon ida, was in Ocala yesterday and en- a I
r flay. yesterday morning. or to her memo 'y. tertained a number of his friends by

That these resolutions be spread telling of his recent trip to Europe.He .

The friends of Miss' Minnie L. Mr Hal G. Eagleton came up from upon our minutes and a copy be sent says that he found the country

", ?=tovall :will be glad to see her out Tampa to ,exercise the privilege' of' a to Mrs. J. Addison Hayes. of Colorado across the water as prosperous as

again after a severe Illness of over free American suffragist.Mr. .- Springs, Colorado, and printed in our own an't the people contented.He AnnouncementTo
the Ocala papers.W. says be was in Germany two
a week. E. M. Howard 'ot laun- .
.,. Steam
L. DITTO, Chm.F. months, and a half and didn't take a
'' ,Mrs.. George K. Robinson and dry fame, has returned from a hunting E. HARRIS, dirnk of water in that time, that the f

daughter, Miss Ethel Robinson, went expedition at Candler. T. D. LANCASTER.The people over there, men, women and .

up to Jacksonville yesterday. to spend Commodore Fosnot, of Eastlake, resolutions were ananimously children use water only for bathingand
several days. adopted with the request that they cooking purposes and the drinkof
was In town yesterday and returned '
be spread upon the minute a copy ,the country is wine and'beer., principally -
home on the belated train. the of Ocala and .
LOST-Gold chatalaine fleur' de Us sent ,to Mrs.' Hayes and that they be the latter; that a stein of beer, People Surrounding -

Y pin, set with pearls, between residenceof Dr. William Anderson and Mr.<< G. published in the local papers. about a quart size, can be bought for

Mrs. Sinclaiar and Mrs. Helven- Maughs are enjoying a fishing and Remarks were made upon the resolutions two and a half cents American mon Community:
will be given to finder and it is almost universal bev-
Eton. Reward hunting outing at Crystal River. by Comrades Ditto and Gates ey, a
on return to Miss Beatrice Sinclair. and they were listened to with profound erage; that the women are' the pic-

Mr. T. H. Haley, who has been visiting and close attention. ture of health and that he. never saw We take this occasion to announce

Mr.. Max Fishel ismong the Ocala his son, Mr. Lew Haley, at St. / Mr. J. A. Walters, who fought an intoxicated person during the two

visitors at the Jacksonville carnival. Petersburg, returned ,home yesterday. bravely in a Georgia regiment and months that he was there; that the .that we have opened first-class
He was met there by his brother, totally lost the use of his eyesight horses and oxen are exceedingly

Leon, who is now traveling for a Mr. Robt. Murrill, one of the attaches during the war- made application for large and fine, and that the oxen are

wholesale dry goods house in Rich of the Star office, is enjoyingthe membership and was unanimously re drivn, to vhicls th same as horses,

FeF} mond. carnival sights in the metropolis. ceived. and collars, not yokes, are used as in

r Notice of the annual encampmet this country. One thing more noticeable CLOTHING SHOE ANDGENT'S
Miss Sara E. Harris went pp to Miss Florrie Condon went to Jack- Gainesville was brought to the at than another was the total ab ,

; Jacksonville yesterday afternoon to sonville Tuesday, where she will tention of the camp by Commander sence of the mule and the negro. He

be present at the banquet and recep- spend several weeks visiting relativesand Hubbard and a big delegation- to rep- didn't get a glimpse of either. Mr. FURNISHING -\

tion to be given the Florida editors friends. iMr. resent the camp was urged. Quite a Newberger enjoyed his trip immensely

today by the Jacksonville board of number expressed a desire to attend and his looks indicate that he ,
B. S. Quartermain, of Fairfield
trade. and the adjutant was instructed to lived on the fat of the land. STORE. -
left Tuesday for Denmark, Miss., give the'necessary credentials to all

a Miss Willie Mole, a sister of Mrs.J. where he will during the week be members of the camp applying for Sponser for Reunion Chosen.

H. Spencer and, who formerly resided married to Miss Annie Burns. same., Miss Alene Buckman, the charmingand

: in Ocala has accepted a post- issued Comrade H C. Gates called at talented daughter of Mr. H.. H. the
County Judge Bell a license in Commercial Bank Block S.
lion at the Marion' county hospital In yesterday for Mr. Clarence I, Grace tention to the death of Comrade T. Buckman, has been apointed sponsorfor on .
and will study to become, a W. Hood, 'of Dunnellon.! He stated the Florida Division, United
this city and Mrs. Anna L. Grantham. The
trained nurse. Ocala Banner extends its congratulations that the deceased was the only man Confederate Veterans, by Gen. FrancisP. Magnolia street. Come look at our

N? __* J in Marion county, who served with Fleming, major general command
advance to this happy
:Mrs. M. D. Thompson, who has couple.in him ,during the late civil war and he ing the encampment to be held' in new store and stock in which we

and fall In Lexing .t paid a very glowing tribute to his Gainesville on November 1314. ,

ton.spent Ky the, with summer her daughter Mrs.She C, Mr. H.:A. Atwater, ,of Anthony, wasa services.Comrades Gates, Lancaster and in At Jacksonville the last division last December reunion, Miss held i will give you surprising bargains in

... Powell, has facade home. : pleasant visitor with us' Tuesday and
E. accompanied by Mrs. Powejl and stated that he would move his head- Livingston were appointed to draft Buckman acted .sponsor for Stonewall above lines.
was Jacksonville Camp No. 83, United
will suitable resolutions on his death and
s little sons, who quarters to Green Cove Springs,
I her handsome
: Sons of Confederate Veretans, and
: report the same at thg next meetingof
with Mrs. two
the winter In Ocala where ,he will reside for the next
v spend th she was one of ,the favorites at the
and Mrs.. J. E. Chace. years. He Is with the Wilson Cy- || camp.
Thompson social functions that marked the reun-
.I Co.. of Palatka. Co des Miller, Lancaster and
of Livingston were appointed a commit. ion, which was one of the most successful -
Judge Wm. A. Hocker, a justice in the of the division.As -
A history
down yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Gus Richards are In tee to draft appropriate resolutionson
';I "-3 the supreme court came, to cast Ocala from South Florida and Mr the death of Comrade J. H. C. Atkinson maid of honor to Miss,Buckman,
so as Mr. A. M FOOR formerly
r from Tallahassee is looking Richards Is assisting at the Boston a member of this camp and Miss Gladys Haile,the popular daughter -

t hIs, ballot. The and judge conversed pleasantly Store. He stole a march' on his who died in Tampa on October '29. of Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. Haile; Proprietor of the Sample
exceedingly well Comrade :Lancaster called atten- has been chosen by General Fleming. -
of and until he and Mrs. Rciahrds
;.k'. to all who' had the pleasure of drain friends arrived in Ocala his friends had no tion to the resolution passed some I General J. C. Devant, of Brooksville, Shoe Store in the Montezuma 1

meeting ,him,,on .the ,subject of state totart. ,knowledge of his marriage. time since to inquire into the episodein has appointed Miss Lucile Colclough, Block; has closed same and
=: 'i. age and other matters Broward which Comrade Graham was the a charming young lady of Gainesville,

He gave" Governor faithful W. S. Bullock, State Attor principal figure. This episode called to represent the second division as now has charge of our Shoe
the Judge
.;!: ,\splendid, tribute for forth ,remarks from several of the sponsor at the reunion next week
enthusiastic manner In which, he neyEdwin Davis ,and Attorneys O. T. th'e" honor. Department and wiU-pleased
has accepted ,
: .. comrades. and she
>'. "- -ducted the dralanage debate loses ands :Green Anderson, Raymond B.and Bullock Robert Herbert L. Comrade Gates promised* the Miss Sara E. Harris, of Ocala, who to see his former Mends! and -
wins or L.
that 'whether he next meeting' of the camp to give 'a represented the Ocala 'camp as sponsor '
DOU-- the train being several hours in his location.
big a, night customers new
Js' entitled.to ever: no The fall term of the recital of the bravest deed he wit- at the reunion last year, has been .. t
que t for the fight be puts up. behind Geenarl Devant to act asMiss .
{: nessed during the warmComrades
circuit court meets there today and .
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honor. ,
"" Colclough's maid of
Ditto, Lancaster, Gr -- -
: 'the attorneys-named above have Important tI'
Biliousness and' .Constipation.; ham and Gates told interestingly '
very ,
; cases before the courtReduced Hi. M. of Crystal River, <
with bl Dr. Taylor,
e F. 'iJor! years I was troubled of incidents' of which they were I'
:, .Wteness and constipation, which eye witnesses during the. Virginia passed through Ocala yesterday on ,
,siftde life miserable for''me. My ap- I, Rates to the Fair. campaign, which were both amusing. his war home from Jacksonville,

".,<;k-4".e, ., ,.failed Ae,, I..lost-. my usual 'The Atlantic Coast Line will sell and enjoyable.Mr. where, he has been spending some
a, and vitality! Pepsin perpara tickets-to Tampa and return dally time.
>$ and ;.catharticsonly ,made and Sundays, from Richard S. Hall will the
Saturdays= occupy
"Idbe worse., todayhad J do not know I not'wehe, .tried i except November J4jto, 29,:' Inclusive.,: at rate Fox residence on Ocklawaha avenue Mr. Isaaca Stevens, who' has beenon THf.SAMPLE CLOTHING& G SMOE[ TOI[

aberiain's Stomach and Liver of fone,; fare'plus' ,75 cents: for the now occupied by Mr. Maurice Straussas a visit to High 'Springs, returnedhome .

lets The tablets relieve the IU round trip, limited to November '30. soon as it is vacated. His friends yesterday but as the train was _
nag at 'on e---strengthen'the-- Mtnaaum ,rate: .$tOO. All :ticketS In say that :Mr. Hall contemplates build several hours late, he .did' not reach BLOOM & POOR Proprietors.

: functions, hlptng-'.the systemto eluding;'coupon for admission to" fair ing a, very'; elegant home.;either .on home in.time to'v te.. He- was-a?can.

}worki> naturally::-- Mrs.i .;KosaBirmingham. grounds. : Ocklawaha. or .Fort King. avenue. ...,in dldate for member t of the- sheool
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Special correspondence_Ocala Banner. "'rba ia the day bit with the fate of correspondence- Ocala Banner For- That II'

There was a wreck on the CoastLine &Ollie." has been a great deal of,, PHONOGRAPHS !
Sunday 'afternoon. A freight Democracy and true reform in our town this week I Empty FeelingWhen

upsetting the engine and tearing nj a mighty balance in the trimming up of our beautiful

the road. The engineer received several today. trees. I
Win or lose the great teachers Misses Himes and< i .r
bruises, but fortunately no bone you have that ** emptyfeeling" 1 1r
who leads the fortunes of spent Sunday in Bushnell at
were broken the negro fireman's injuries a call on us will give
were more serious; one leg was cy, has fought the best and Hides' home. I' immediate relief.

broken at the thigh .besides being battle that the times have was election day here. 1 '
badly scratched and bruised; the Against all forms of greed 0. M. Gale's new house Is We Call Your Attention to ar

: Bagman was less fortunate than theY graft. Against malignant finely. Tip Top Coffee.................25c i
others; he was pulled out from under and unprincipled abuse; against ECHO. Blue Label Coffee............25s
: unconscious condi treason of friends worse than No, 2 Mackerel, per kit..SI.50
the wood in an
wrath of enemies; against the : City Council Proceedings. Strained Honey,1 gal cans$1.25
.. tion. It Is feared be cannot live. The Dr. Price's Wheat Celery.-10s
three men were taken up to Lake ed hands of his own political city council met Tuesday night Bars. Lenox Soap ..........255
hold-with the world weight of pres texcept Mr. Sage. Mr. :
;, land on the night train. The passenger ;
trains met and transferred, but. trusts and syndicates against Williams petitioned the coun
during the night a road was built' with the chorus voices of the be allowed to sell fresh meats, Dutch Herring, Mackerel,

around the wreck so the trains could I press deafening him steadily, his grocery at the corner of Cod Fish Dried Herring
pass. It will be several dais before ily dauntlessly and with the avenue and Osceola street ,
the wreck is cleared up. mate energy and devotion, he was referred to the mark- French Sardines, Etc. i
mMartin went down fought on and onto the end =
Mr. and Mrs. Ji '
to Wauchula Sunday and spent the the night will bring-an end resolution from the board of

_ day Mr.with and Mrs.Mrs. Barbee Joe Wise and are family.the prophet man knows can ,and foreshadow.whose meaning asking action looking the council toward to having take o. H. GROCERY,

Long when the star of expert come to Ocala
which ago
parents of a sweet little girl
arrived Friday last, November 2, to man flamed upon the firs a thorough test. of our wa Clark Bros., .
gladden their home. "Ruth Inez" is our public life, there was i to see if same is in any North of City Market ; ___ _
the name that has been given it. in his method and presonality I by the subterranean L __ ;: i

Mr. W. J. Price has bought a fine enamored us. The man who did system was referred to :
for It being 225. has always been the man of F. T. Schreiber, with power _
mule the price paid
j Mrs Martin Hare returned Sun dreams and fancies. The the services of such a man :_ i
day from a short visit out In the dreamer and prophet in government's expense. Where Visitors to the Fair k
_ magnified the man of action in Fannie P.. Gary petitioned the May
country with her father Mr. Peeples.else
Complete Comfort. the
Mattie Waldron, of Bushnell I person of this strange young to be allowed to redeem cer w.Ir BOYS" I

..,, is spending some time with her brother who, fresh from college and at face value of certificates There comes word to this paper

and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I'experience, had" startled San year's taxes. The request from Mr. Lauber, manager of Tampa's
_ Henry Waldron near Wauchula. 'cisco _and New York with his to the finance commit- most excellent and elegant hotel We have the largest selectionof

Mr. and Mrs. Burnle Whaler have istlc'success.I the Tampa Bay, that the palatial
purchased from Mr. W. L. Shepparda And then as he grew greater, city improvement society peti house will be open to fair guests at Edison
lovely 'home on Orange avenue gan that marvelous and the council to have certain prices ranging as low as 3.00 per Records and Phonographs

and are now occupying the same. stream of calumny which never and unsightly build day. It will be a rare chance for visItors -
Mr. Johnnie Wise, who has been has flowed so fast and furious the rear of Master's store, to enjoy the splendid hospitality -, in the city to select from.BURNETT .
south for several weeks picking oranges any public man since Aaron Burr. and removed. The matter of a house that has no peer in :
home.SUNSHINE.. you who read recall in this to the building commit-
has again returned the southern states, and all are advised -
ion that William Hearst never
to secure board and lodging thereat
-_ has spoken word in protest or George C. Crom secretary of the earliest
possible moment, by
BOARDMAN NOTES. of this tidal wave of slander? He baseball club, filed a re- A. E.
writing or wiring the manager; for
ply let it roll-"roll in and roll the city allow the baseball
even unlimited capacity will be K
_ Special correspondence Ocala Banner. and roll past him forever"-as it be free of taxes. This refers taxed to the utmost by the vast throng ,
After an absence of several weeks rolled past him now. ne wlot recently purchased in that will visit Florida's annual exilbition JEWELER,
and having had three operations performed In this period of his life the part of the city. Re- of her industries, enlivenedby
by Dr. Elkins, of Atlanta, Ga., of the Georgian, was staggered to the finance committee. > many wonderful special featuresfor Merchants' Block. Ocala, Florida.

Dr G. S. Means returned home toT the things that were told of him J. H. :McKinney asked the the entertainment of visitors.At .

McIntosh Sunday much improved. in this conflict between dark for a reduction in the taxes least $25,000 has been expend-
Caldwell Turnipseed returned to and daily admiration we solved Reed property in the southern ded on the Tampa Bay hotel during
from Dunnellon doubts by sight and association. the that it had
., McIntosh Friday city, stating this summer and since the days of
where he has been assisting the some weeks in Washington and assessed for just twice for Henry B. Plant it has never been in
Christian Gamble company's store for York we studied this man at formerly was. Refered to the so excellent a condition to furnish a Marion County Abstract
and without alloy of Company
4 I several days.Randolph range committee. perfect hospitality to its Inmates.
Brown is putting in a We found him the head of a a Greek, asked to be al-
plant sufficient to irrigate ten acres Ideal and idyllic. We found him to erect an iron building 13x15 Had a Close Call.
-f of land. master of a household personal rear of Ocala House, and be- Land Titles Examined.

Dr. Martin of the Presbyterian professional that worshipped that building and the depot to "A dangerous surgical operation, involving Abstracts Furnished on Short Notice.
church, having resigned Rev. Mr. for his loving kindness to them as a fruit stand. Referred to the removal of a malignant ulcer -
Humphries, of Virginia, is filling the From the last servant In his committee with power as large as my hand, from my Fire Insurance on City Buildings,and Household -
..A vacancy at present. the first employee in his office daughter's hip, was prevented by the .'
1 Frank Hester Evinston. return. was enduring love and faith and Adkins, of Atlanta. for the application of Bucklen's Arnica Effects.
Salve" A. C. Sticle, of Miletus.
ed a few days ago from Ehren wherehe firdence in the master and Bell Telephone Co., wrote "says
W. Va, Persistent use of the salve
has been agent. A. Farnbach has We found ham the son of a grand a long communication in completely cured it." Cures cuts,
taken his place and Is'now agent at lion-hearted philanthropist of to the telphone ordinance burns and Injuries. 25 cents at Tyd-
r that place. west who, whether in the which it hoped the tugs & Co.'s drug store. m QRAHAfl BROTHERS

s a Mr. Hester in a few days will take camps of Nevada, or in the would see fit to pass. The
,v the agency at LowelL Washington, was the comrade, was referred to the judiciary -
Some needed additions are being and helper of every worthy who will study the ordi
made'ot the Boardman depot; two all the world. We found him the c'K and report OQ it at the next

good waiting rooms and a 90 foot shed of a good noble mother whose meeting of the council.
for handling expressage are being man's heart had flowed for J. L. Edwards appeared before

M: built The telegraph and ticket of. century in an even stream of regarding the paving of RYE COON AND GIN MARYLIHO CLUB

fice are being remodelled. charities that made' her loved Orange street, and asked that At $1.50 per Gallon. No
ra{ Boardman will have as good a depot trusted wherever the gospel of have same paved the short extra charge for JagB."t $1.50; case of
as any .on the line when the work Is was known. to the city limits to con ) bottles for f 15,00.MH .
completed, wihch wilt be in a coupleof Then, may it please you the paved road made by the

weeks. countrymen who have done us The matter was referred to CAFEE ("KD'S PLACE.*; IN TOWN
=ri Mr. R. E. Evins, after a month's absence .honor to believe us sincere-then committee.

f out west returned home ,last have locked in our hearts beyond Weathers'spoke in the matter In saloon connection where with you. THE TRADE Call and fee tu and
a week.- der or misrepresentation to a new city map and thought we will try to treat
the best.
Vegetable growers of this sectionare the serene and enduring faith, city should have a proper can you white.

suffering greatly from drouth on since Lincoln lived and map, showing all of the ad- Our prices are figured on the very
account of it being too dry to set out died, no man has loved loved, I in proper form. The matter
Lowest Cash basis and under
lettuce plants they are going to seed you-the plain people of this to the city and county no -

.p in the beds.Oranges as this great democrat and to have their opinion. SOUR MASH will we ship goods C. O. IJ., OLD PRIVATE STOCK

are beginning to move but whose honor and opportunity officers' reports in the differ as the Express companies will only
+= will be small on account of drouth. fork' holds in her civic hands : were filed and refrr- Full Quarts, 75 cents; Full. Quart\ $1.50, tour
four full Quarts, $3.00; take whiskey at owner's:: risk and
But win or lose, in victory and different committees. open. quart, aeUrltt $f.ro
I Her Stomach a Treasury feat, b re'S to you, William regular' monthly bills and the twelve for $9.00.quarts, delivered The law will not allow them to *>hipwhiskey twelve quarts delivered

-_ The police have discovered a trick Hearst! The world Is better and budget of incidental bills were 0. f). D. \Ve will accept Express $1300.
1[ new to them, which has been prac- people are already happier and ordered paid, or referred, to Orders, Postoffice orders -- -
{ ticed in the restaurants frequentedafter for your life. You have shaken different committees, when money ,
midnight by the better class of temples of mammon, and the not in proper form. one and two,cent stOUl s, and checks

people. tars of privilege no longer smile ROYAL VELVET on parties we know are U. K.Vti buy LEWIS 66
Last night, in a, resort on Montmar- placent at the people's wail. No Barnes, manager of the for cash and sell for (cash thereby
fre, where city officials and opera feat, for you can dim the City, Chicago's world-famous $1.50 per quart four allt.' per quart four
; stars are well known and New York of the terror which your resort, arrived in Tampa quarts. $6.00; case of giving our customers the benefit of quarts, $4,00; ease of
ers are some times seen, a lawyer crusade has carried to the and at once began to make twelve quarts for $13.00 bad accounts. twelve quart $H.oy.HOOAH'S ,
': drew a louts from his pocket to.pay ramparts of monopoly., You have for the appearance of
for his refreshment, whereupon'a ready won more than any City hippodrome the
: young woman of engaging manners liberty has won in fifty years. If fair. This attraction will cost SPECIfll HOLIDAY OFFERSIX

i approached and announcing herselfas great heart is bowed by the association $20,000 for two

a fetishist, asked permission to which the night may bring, will appear only in Tampa,
bite the coin for good luck. ber that there is a refluent having been south before. "My:
K The lawyer was complaisant but upon the Piedmont hills of Dixie.And said Mr. Barnes, "supplies the FULl QUARTS FOR $5.00

the girl instead of biting the coin God save you,. and God fairs of the west with practi
Y swallowed It. Despite her alluring youj-John Temple Graves In of their atractions. In all my -
4 One Quart Maryland Rye, One Quart North
Georgian. however firm has Carolina Corn
smiles, the lawyer's complaisance ,mv nev- One '
Quart Apple Brandy, One Quart Holland
changed, to resentment. He called a another state fair to con One Quart New England Rum, One Quart OlD,
-_ policeman and the girl was arrested. Dandy's Wardrobe, '1714. a single attraction as costly Sherry
=r At the station house the commissary The burglary of a dandy's as the White City This is something that will Tickle You as it down
ordered 'an emetic. Then to the con robe meant a serious loss Having leased the hip- with that its good. These and you will
aggree goods taken
sternation of those present, there comprised, as in Mr. John Osh to the Florida State Fair As front our regular
"1 s came into view, not the louis, but two case In 1714, "a scarlet cloth for a certain sum for two stock and after buying if you don't think its worth $Soo for Six Qurts

ten-franc pieces. The commissary urg laced with broad gold lace, lined I have no financial Interest return it to us and we will gladly refund your ,
ed a second effort, and the patient faced' with blue; a fine cinnamon ,, and therefore my opinion is money
__ I rid herself, not of one but two coins suit, with plate buttons, the A show the equal of the A GLASS ASP CORK SCREW FREE WITH EVERY FIVE DOLLAR ORDER.
;F of the desired denomination. Then she coat fringed with a silk fringe of to be put ,on during the
was locked up. same color, and a rich never been equalled at any FEW MORE HOL'DAY
The police have learned that she ed satin morning gown, lined fair in the south or elsewhere. : mm DEW
great success. Most of her victims cherry colored satin with a of the great expense I do not Foil quart, $1.25: four. EYE AND BOURBOS
l smiled when the coin slipped down the right side." There is the association can realize qaarts, $-5.00; twelve Leesburg At $1.35 per quart; fmrquarti :
her throat, while the others kept little, more manly, perhaps, in from the production. They quarts for $15.00.mi $1.00 Gallon Rye$1.50.Old Quart. 50 cents; Half Gallon $ .75j caw of U

their anger to themselves.ParlsCable dress of the gallant of 1600, they are not in the business Fashion Rye Quart 16 cents Half quarts for $1.00.
; Oal
i. to New York Times. in one of Rowland's epigrams: purpose of making money. Ion $1.50: Gallon $3.00.

"Behold the world's most contract with me, which I nev Hogans' XXXX Rye Quart II.orv Hall
plished cavalier, JONES Gallon t 2.00 Gallon $4.00. |
Made Happy for Life. thought would be made, ap ;
_ That the world's ape of fashions proves the truth of ,this tEAS n CABINETquarts
Great happiness came into the appear. The people of Florida At $1.23 per quart; 12 CORN WHISKEY
home of 8. C. Blair, school superin Walking the streets his appreciate their liberality." for-$13.50. North Carolina, Quart 60 cent: Hatt Oal. K TeayeanoUl
tendent, at S. Atoana, W. Va., when disclose.In Ion $1.00; Gallon $1.75. <. '00 per quart
his little daughter was restored from the French doublet and the To Judge a Remedy. Stone Mountain Qaart 11.00. HaIr Gallon
the dreadful complaint he names. He man hose; must know its father and moth 2] THE EVERGLADES 2.OO; Gallon $.00. MIll

says: "My little daugnter )had SU VI. The muffs, cloak, Spanish hat, so understand the reason ,for drained bat WINES AND SWEET BEERS(
May be
tus' Dance,' whlcN yielded to no ,treatment ledo blade, Ramon's Liver Pills and creek GOODSVUl have ptompt at*
t but grew steadily worse until Pellets, a treatment for sick Hogan's never Blackbery, Quart 50 cents; G&110n$1.O,
Italian ruffe shoe right teptUm. and will tx
Swill be. Tom
,; Gin $1.16 to fl.OO
,!f as a last resort _we tried Electric Bitters dizziness, pains in the per Gallon all lime day.MTE .
made. Sherry, 50, 60 and
; and, J. rejoice to say, three bottles and biliousness, Is 75 cents per quart $1.o
T\ effected complete cure." Quick, There seems to have been no upon the formula of one of $2.00 and f3.00 per Gallon Pq-rt. lime price,'
'sure cure tor nervous complaints, general ash prejudice against physicians ever known. California Wine $.5.00 per cue. -_ -4 __
.,-" 'f ''debility, female .weaknesses, Impoverished goods in 1600.-London Chronicle.Railroad : will guarantee Ramon's I
>-r1 :blood and malaria. Gnarr Pills and Tonic Pellets to cure SCOTCH m

\- ': ;; anteed by Tydings & ,Co., druggists Commlsisoner Butch or refund your money. Needs no introduction, G 0 H 0 G A N For every complaint of
; *"' treatment 25 cents.
':.,1: 4!" ;gi: Price> 50. cent: In Ocala yesterday.We $1.50 per quart. qulidneya, ft.50 per -

have inaugurated a big Sale.-Four blocks (one acre
r.!' Mr Graves says that the characterf the prices on men's pants and in Martin Florida- blocks '9, Ocala Florida
f Mr. Hearst has been vilified and suits. They are splendid values at and 25. Will be sold at half NO CHARLES FOR JUGS_ ,
distorted more than any other public prices. Call and see them. A. Address J. H. Killlnger,. Avon, Kfl 6301)8) SENT S 0

x man since the" days of Aaron Burr i Webb,; The Fair.: county,_ Penn., ll-9-4t

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I Mr R. W. Ferguson of Berlin, wa The: Ocala House Leased. I
among the many visitors to the city; This paper stated some time agO Many Persons Have Catarrh of Kidneys
Monday.W. that the Ocala House had been leased

I to Mr. George Easterling, of the Eas-

A. Garrett, formerly manager of: terling Bros., famous\ cantaloupe growers But Do Not Recognize It. iftrffwT7wgN

i the Queen. and Crescent is now gener l but for some reasons the arrangements ..

manager of the Seaboard., fell through and the trade was
declared off War Veteran Spends Hundreds!

i Mr. Martin J. Roess has gone I tc We understand now that Mr. E. L. of Dollars In His Attempt to Cure\ i

Norfolk, Va., to spend a couple ol Maloney, of the firm of Ditto & Maloney Kidney Trouble. He Took Pe-ru-na j
weeks, the guest of his!; friend Mr has in where Mr. Eas
f stepped Upon ,a Friend's Advice and It
Fred T. Lewis. terling left off and the lease of the Proved the Best Medicine He;

magnificent,hotel was formally transferred -
Sarah E. McCreery spent Friday I Ever Used.
8ak/nfPowder to him on the first Instant.I I
and Saturday at Fort King will :
The hotel has made splendid reputation -
her cousin, Miss Julia Foster. of the kidneys a very
Pure under the management of; !
Absolutely much neglected disease.
its present owner and the
I Mr. and Mrs. James Engesser who I, is not until the disease has a firm
for the winter is,
coming brighter
!are now living at Dunnellon came upI I upon the kidneys that the patient
A wholesome cream of tartar I Sunday for a short visit with Ocala] than ever and already the register I to realize that there la some d..
of j
shows a larger number arrival! of these
relatives.Mrs. organs.
than at this time last year and al
Makes the finest \ slight backaches, the feelings cf
baking powder. indications to tourist
point a heavy
C. E. Taylor returned home<<; ,and other warning,symptoms
Sunday afternoon from Jacksonville, travel this winter.Mr. kidney disease are overlooked.
lightest best flavored biscuit hot- where she has' been on a visit to her Maloney has had considerable:' ,
mother. hotel experience and as he is a good are not serious enough to detain

business man it is safe to say the patient from his regular work.

br ds'acake and pastry. Misses Catherine and Clifford Pyles Ocala House under his, managementwill when he discovers that the kid

f returned home Sunday afternoon be very successful. Mrs. Maloney are affected,he doe not recognize

Alum and alum-phosphate from a brief visit to their sister Mrs. ,will aid her husband in the II difficulty as being caused by ca

Holstein at Hague. management and }Ir. R. T. Adams, .

powders are injurious. Do not \7:: Mrs. Edwards' son. will' assist Mr is sometimes so very gradual

use them. Examine the label. Miss Lulu Lewis, after a brief visit Maloney in the office. its approach and its earlier symptoms
t in Ocala with Miss Florence Walters, The splendid reputation already such slight discomfort that it is

N a has returned to Coleman, where she achieved by this hotel will be strictly noticed.

is spending the winter. maintained and the best- service !. ,when it Is once firmly seated
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORfC. will be given to its guests. \\\t the kidneys, it becomes a difficult

--' Be sure and mark the ballots on The Ocala House has long earned II'L/i/ to exterminate.

HAPPENINGS ABOUT-TOWN. Mr. C. I. Grace, of Lowell was the left hand side of the names oi the soubequrit of the "pride Of of the kidneys is more

among our visitors yesterday the candidates and amendments for Ocala and our citizens generally are than catarrh affecting some of
which you wish to vote directly interested in it and the general ; other organs of the bod jr.

MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS Mr. J. E. Mellmur ry, of, Jacksonville wish is for its prosper tiy. ; the kidneys,it is liable to terminate I

Local E itor. was insthe city yesterday.Mr. Mr P. T. Randall and little son, ol( Bright' Disease or diabetes, both of

Connor were visitors to Ocala on J Miss Kate Mitchell Married. / are recognized M very serious
Hal. G. Edwards of Crystal Monday and were among the callers I Miss Kate Mitchell of Summerfield, ,if not fatal.
The Atlantic .Coast Line trains have River was transacting business I ir welcomed at this office welcomed ''or and Mr. William Slaughter Cougleton
put on their parlor car service for thing: to be done,when catarrh of
Ocala yesterday.Mr that day. '
of Jacksonville in
were united
i discovered
: the winter. kidneys Is to take
marriage Wednesday October 31, at Mr. David L.
and Mrs. W S. Priest of Daisy; Miss Carrie Miller, the only daughter ] internalsystemiecatarrh,
Mr. John M. Graham went down to the home of the bride's parents, Mr. inda 1. O. G.T. that reaches the of the
visitors to Ocala veryjonrce
were Friday on a of Col. and Mrs. L. P. Miller, who '
Connor Saturday to remain over Smn-1- shopping expedition. have been in South Carolina al and Mrs: A. D. Mitchell. The bride 865 Broadway, and removes the cause of the
her beautiful
day with his parents. was attended by .
I schoool for the past years has Davis'the
Isabel of
neice daughter
Col. Adam L. Eichelberger was returned home. "I am an a remedy has been found in
t Mr. All. Proctor_ of Pedro, was in able to be on the streets yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis, as ring bear tracted severe It reaches catarrh no matter
the city Saturday. He Is opposedto er. Only the relatives and intimate it be
after week's illness. mar
a Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Toph of this] ;trouble.
the drainage question. friends witnessed this nuptial event. in the PE-RU-NA FOR
city are guests at the Aragon "I spent
after the
Immediately a
ceremony whether in
Mr. Montholen Atkinson of Fellowship in Jacksonville' and will probably KIDNEY DISEASE.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. French and Mrs wedding dinner was served after which: !consulted a more exposed
In town Saturday and
was spend the greater portion of the winter -
M. E. Sears, of Worchester, Mass., discussed the drainage question. HeIs in that city. the: bride and groom left for their neither did of the nose and throat, or

.ar.e at Silver Springs Park for the a great enthusiast for the adoption home In Jacksonville, where Mr. "Finally in the remotest part of the

winter. of the amendment Judge D. S. Williams has rented Cougleton has a position with the o. who had been '.

Mrs. E. J. Redding's cottage on South. A. L. railway. vised me to Pernna is at once the safest and

Mr. Wells and family and Mrs. Miss Jessie Owens, of Rutland, Second street and with his daughter Mrs. Cougleton as Miss MichMl "1 at once reliable remedy for catarrh 61 the

,Wells' father, Mr. Proctor of the' near Sparr, was shopping In Ocala Miss Polly Williams, will occupy the was well known In this city She found it Js proven by the many testis
Eureka were shopping made her home here for several .written those who hare
neighborhood Saturday. Miss Owens has a fine same this winter years | kept using it & by ex.
s -Ii' in Ocala aturday. plantation and is one of the .best and has many friends in Ocala andover "Pernna has its benefits.

..... farmers and business women in the Miss Anna Mixson has gone to the county. She Is the v second testimonial given here it only ft
Miss Lillie O'Haver. of Keuka who "- w..* '"- icine I ever of the testimonials
? county. tend: a house party given by Miss daughter of < A. n. Mitch many on
has been visiting Mrs. Maisie Lyles Vardaman, the daughter of Mississ ell and is a charming young lady. gone and I records,pertaining to the relief af.

and ,Miss Legie Blitch in this city, is The retail department of the TeaPot ippi's popular governor. She expectsto The Ocala Banner unites with the cured. by Peruna in severe cases of kid

now ivsiting friends at Blitchton. Grocery has just been repapered, : be absent about a month. many friends of the young couule in "I feel trouble."'

the shelving all painted white and wishing for them a very happy mar I without a medical advice, address Dr.

Mrs, Hardy C. Croom and son. ofAsbevllle other improvements made. on the Interior Miss Lillian Thagard the attrac- ried life. ten times its, artme. President of the Hast-

N. C.. are In the city the of the building. Everything Is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Thag wwwwww man Sanitarium,Columbus, Ohio

guests of .Mrs. Croom's brother and now as spic and span as can be. ard, of this city has gone to Jacksonville Of Interest to the Public. -
Judge.Joseph Bell and Miss carnival Owing to tne vacancy existing in
sister where she will .be the
Daisy Bell. Mr. J. W. Zimmerman a prominent guest of Miss Emma Yockey. the office of register of the United -.--, I
: timber and millman of Alexandria States land office, caused.by the death "

,Mr. Robert Mathews went down try La., was a guest at the Monte- Mrs. Julia S. Haisley who has been at Hon. W. G. Robinson on the 28th

+ Candler Saturday afternoon to zuma hotel yesterday. He is the spending; the summer at Lewes, Del., Inst, all business requiring the action

r spend a week wlth. his brother, 'MrY ] owner of one hundred and ninety returned home Monday. She was accompanied of both officers'.. must await the Cold Storage _

f John Mathews, and' enjoy a hunt for six thousand acres of land in Manatee by her sister Mrs. Beville, filling of such vacancy; and while

setieraI days and DeSoto counties and is going of Lewes, who has been in Jacksonville the office is kept open for the purpose

T ; down on a tour of Inspection. for the past few weeks visitingher of furnishing general information I .
: I 9 Mr. J. G. Baskln, of Anthony, was I son Mr. A. S. Beville. no action can be taken upon of; Meats ,

a Saturday visitor to our city and Miss Florence Walters, who has applications to contest or enter lands.

said that the sentiment of,Anthony is been with relatives at Coleman for Mr. T. E. Pasteur is able to be out ,Applications!. to' contest entries or

largely in favor of the adoption of the past several months has returned again much to the pleasure of his to enter lands and all other application We the
beg to
the amendment home.. She was accompanied by friends. He has been quite sick for ? requiring joint action of both .. annuounce

Miss Lula Lewis, of Montezuma, Ga., several days and has been suffering officers which may be persented during '

; Mr. D. W. Tompkins has Just received .. who has been on a visit to Coleman, a great deal with his eyes,and is still the vacancy will be received public that we are ready to

a very elegant six-seated bug I and who will spend a while In Ocala compelled to wear a bandage over time of presentation noted thereon

gy made by the Columbus Buggy com with Miss Walters.Mr. them. and upon resumption of business cure Meats. We GUARAN-.

'pany, of Columbus Ohio,_which he has such applications will be disposed olin

in his ,livery stable. John P,' Galloway of this city, to- Jacksonville
placed }Irs. G. S. Scott went up their order. TEE SATISFACTION and
i In company with Messrs. McCranle' Monday to be the guest of .
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Law. of Brooks- and Fort, who reside across the river, Husly
t her- sister, Mrs. J. Iv Mr. Hall Sells His Home.
ville, spent several hours in Ocala am-, hunting bear in the big scrub the carnival week. In Jacksonvilleshe Mr. Richard Hall has sold his elegant solicit your patronage?*,-t>*.<
Saturday. They came up. to do some and by way of variety expect to kill
will be joined by her daughter, home on Fort King avenue toDr.
and weer greatly delighted a few deer, turkeys and smaller
shopping Miss 'Louise Scott, who has been E. Van Hood.
with. th@ Ocala stores and say that game before they return. They are month with friendsat
spending the past Mr. Hall does not expect to leaveDcala OCALElICE 8
they consider the Ocala stores the: having a fine time. Moultrie Ga., and she will return but will either buy another .

i equal of those in Tampa. : with her mother the last of
home or build. It will be very grati-
welcome Mme
I Mr.. Gus Moton, of Eve was a FUEL CO.
Aetna Turner Williams any i visitor to, Ocala Saturday, He the week. I sing news to their many friends to
Mrs. need be afraiad mow that. they will continue to reside
Ocala Saturday that nobody
were in says;
little son, Mr.: Waddell pastor of the Presbyterian
returning from a: the drainage question. That the I in this citroDr.
r for several church at ,Archer occupied and :Mrs. Hood will "move Into
will be adopted by a
several weeks at Crystal amendment church .
Visit of
he pulpit at the Presbyterian Hall
; Mr.
home as
heir new as soon
C. E. Herrick and large majority and will do more to
River morning and ev
In this'city Sunday suitable
Mrs., vil- make Florida a great state than all and family can secure a .
Miss ,Eunice Willis. ening. He preached: two very strong residence into which to move. The
accampanled by, Miss Le> ie other factors put .together fpr LANDS.
Hams was His morning sermon was
sermons. is of the handsomest
HaIl home one '
lady of her development In the last fifty '
la'Jones, an attractive young an' especially brilliant one r and was and Dr and Mrs.
in the city -
Crystal River, who will spend sever7U years. said to. be" by those who heard it as ones flood are to be congratulated on their If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent j

: weeks with her at Brooskvffle. Mr. R. L. Martin is back from Lake fin sermon as has ever: been prech-I I jurchase. ,_. ,or if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing,

of this he has been spending ed in this city. turpentining or lumber
Mr. J. C, Dobbs, formerly Weir, were purposes,
who for several years has several days. He says there Is great Miss Pansy Souter_went up to Sparr
city, but Jacksonville and where he activity a>r the lake. Growers are Mrs. Albert Davis has gone to Friday. Miss Souter expects Write to
resided In Jacksonville to, spend Carnival week. entertain house party ofroung
successful,has return- gathering and packing the orangesand soon to a ,
,has been quite the Fosnot's boat is She'will return tp Ocala the first of ladies at her home and those
and has purchased BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.
this county
d to and will spend the winterin delightful
+ lumber mills Mr., Dobbs kept busk hauling the Hesperian apples next week young people are anticipating ,a
Early Bird old acquaintances different bor- Ocala with her mother, Mrs. M.D visit.
Ocala Friday renewing, from the groves OCALA FLORIDA.
:was in r, Juhan. Mr. Davis has the express .
and made a visit to our deimg on this beautiful body of water .
: : : from Jacksonville to st. Petersburg Louen ,N. Green, who has been .
.t I We welcome him back to our to the railroad docks at East run Mr. -
office. and will spend several days in spending the summer and autumn atenderosnvllle
he will be .even, Lake.
? that
county and hope
: In Ocala teveryweek.. Asheville and other
';lJ jnore:prosperous here, There is still considerable'' building resorts in North Carolina and at Jacksonvilleand
:,, ., metropolis.. going; on ,In Ocala., !.Ir.. L. R. ChazalIs -Mr. J. P. Galloway, who went,'out Rockbrfdge Baths and Lexington, $

<-; 't Rente: and their having a large 'addition made to on a' hunting expedition, to the big Va., is at home again., He says that 50
E. P. "
and Mrs.
\ Mr.' Martha his handsome home on Fort King scrub '-with his'friends Messrs. Mc'ranie lie has enjoyed a most pleasant vacation Return

::"y, vJttle. daughters the Misses of DaHin, arenue; Mr.. Charles Peyser la also and F 'rt"- returned Monday and he is looking .the"plcture .

?. ,Kate and Louise: Rentz in Jacks &ddlng'to his fine home, on. South afterrio n. He '$says that it was. the Df r robust health.. He comes back In

,.L\ : 1',Ga.\ville., will and spsnd are the pleasantly winter located Third. street; Mr. Raymond B. .Bul. most successful hunt of.J Ms life. time to 'vote.for the drainage amendment VIA 9 ,. .

of Mrs.. Lewis, ,J, lock:'Is converting his one-story home They:killed nine deer: besides a quantity ..
residence ,
'E'.at..the: : Rent Into 'a twostory'one and when completed ; of*small game. '
ift, Bush.. Rochelle: street. Mrs A tarpon has been caught off Canadian Atlantic Coast Line.
: residence
will be ;
and it a
.of C. .Little, .
'!9 a'sister' Mrs: J. &. Crutetier. ofexhngtori1 waters.' .
'. lumber AIr J..M. Meffert-is adding to and improving Messrs. .
who has extensive '
: 'Mr. Rentz the sales
Ky. have leased
the" borne 'on -'Summerfleld
x : ttfif,turpentine: 'Interests in' :Florida, the Marion Farms livery ,All quarentine,_ .restrictions ,between -
department Tickets on'Sale .
with MrLittJackonYUle avenue that he, recently purchased Nov. 5 6 7 8 9
"' 'fL;'is associated. In business Florida and .Cuba have been ,
..., from Mr. Robert Taylor andia great stables.and will conducttheibus'Less
Metropolis;;; with final limit Nov. J J th.
:: }:; the'ownerTof the Rentz< ( deal of i Bother: -.building: ::11' goingron.eery' In the.' :'future Mr.! Crntcher, removed:

i+ ft MrxentZ IS;. : carpenter,,'bm1uD son:'painter who_has.a.amilywIi1, bring;them;;;to .
_, t. 'd Jerf. a''atSllvef'e -.. : sprtngs.4filh .,- .;. :: paper-iinser, etc., ,Is;kept exceedingly Ocala, ,and ''theywil''niak&thls: city A sawmill hand who' had one foot. R. J. ADAMS, F; J. HUBA '

t'L'fTt'ftot : 'and Jit- 'busy:all the time and It is almost: their' home., :Mn Cruteher- rand 'Air, cat partially. by: a 'l1p'sa.w complains City Ticket Agent. Depot'Ticket Agent
'3 :'K '. laj1CrMrBH: ; 'Gordon 'to enough work, Patterson will bd. excellent, citizensand that,he nad on shoes.that'toeta '
arewisitim6Frelatives .in Impossible secure J.,G KIRKLAND D P. A. '
.. edaughter:_ -.we:welcome them to Ocala. __ > : the1 pair. j ; ,. ,
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2 THOUGH 0 WOMAN'S EYES I ,;fofo, Jumper Pieces; Waists Muffs;; The Braiding High ;Girdle.Neck, The Chew tfia5s Sweet( and Clean

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s' A Church. as Beautiful as St. MichTHE OCALA.Written For BCrB Special In the to bright the Ocala sunshine Banner of:beautiful \ '".. No wonder SCHNAPPS is popular-if s the chewing

: 'ael's-Prominent Attorneys Swap B/ November days the leading thorough- ". ; !? }, tobacco that suits the man who chews to get enjoyment

Stories The "Duke of Dade"Iiss Jefferson B.ll.'Etc. fares present a gay appearance : lrr from the tobacco instead of the mere' habit of f

crowded with well dressed people in ..:.... .. *.;':'::.J. ,
., Etc J # & .:f.f. .;r..f. their new fall suits much interested : chewing and
V.I expectorating
however in window lest '
displays some :
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-. .. '" novelty escapes them. Constant- \". .' ;.''' : #
--. -- p =: .:.. :.!: .. SCHNAPPS is made from choice selections of the
riety is coming: up in the waist called .;; .-:...:. "'. .i"-.o'! :'; =..
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t Ocala Banner Cot F. E. Twitty. of Brunswick, -:.:. ;<";. !\ -';;- :
Special to the : -
[land the "jumper waist which are really :W U matured thoroughly cured Piedmont leaf;
Tallahassee, Fla. Nov. .-"The Georgia, were of a party of friends guimpe ",waists cut round. in scallopsor $j: : tl.ij.we ,
Faith once delivered to the Saints"was I talking in the Leon lobby Tuesday. In any fancy way around the :fi 1 with an aroma so delightful and appetizing that

the theme. of a beautiful sermon Mr. Hampton and Col. Twitty are neck which is outlined by colored .:-:4...:" -...,:.;-=..- .:...r-... '. .:;:.:.. .('"
.. ibr' Bishop" Weed at St. John's Episcopal well known lawyers Mr. Grady is a velvet, passementerie, ribbon or bandsin I ;. :.",::".:... l ::.'f... ,;. -it popularized the chewing of tobacco. There'sno 4
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church S'inday morning to a merchant and Mr. Ruge operates a raised embroidery<<, with elaborate /4! :::.. :$ Jrei.I.fi:::; other tobacco in the world that requires andMADE'
congregation of Tallahassee I big packing plant Apalachicola ,
large yoke or waist beneath. The "sus- -::!;.'.! ; ;':"'" ;i\\i::: :::".:Jj0j ,
church St. John's outwardlyis and has ideas on child labor legisla : '
people. : :
pender are the increase
on : takes so little
I tion. All fine successful ,. R"O'M' .''.. \. .
one of the show places of Talla- are men, .
and handsome '' r.\o.
passementerie with or :;.; ''' ;:''' "-! ; r
hassee. Now it Is a gorgeous mass of men. Mr. Hampton enjoys the distinction -zs Fi:001 G'u'..,Y.'".,:.,":1. I
I without pendants are employed on ;: ; ;.,..... ;.. :
red and gold, for the Virginia creeper -! of being the only Gainesville white lace. .U.R..EDh.tEiA'E \ \ \ IV
that'Covers Its brick walls has'changed man the Lake City people do not I .. .,'. ..' .,..... 'J-: f "-r."I .. "."' ':,<". &

from the summer's restful blame for his part In the removal of Braiding. :.:.rno'B.: ->.-..". CC.O i'1; : '1.J.: sweetening.Thafs .

green to the warmer tints of autumn. the university. ."I opposed the Buck- Braiding is used on suits, on velvets 'J;GnOWN INT"rt t::

; Around the church yard is. the finest man bill just as ahrd as I could," for trimming jackets and cloaks .._."I" .i"''e --,'.;:",,,.,::.;.I/i.,f' what makes the difference\ between
of Tallahassee's famed hedges, and said Mr Hampton, "and the Lake for .: ; ..::;":, : ..,..:
day or evening. Any skillful Y
a. well kept flower garden full of I City people know that I did and they needle woman can make an elegant it& t.5s: : J' x, SCHNAPPS and the many excessively sweetened

old fashioned favorites. On either !!give me credit for being consistent.Of at home {...'t.a. .......$ r1Y'.<"'1,;:;" r'1. ., S
garment by having good material 1 J.;:;\0-. ':' l;. ?:.>,.<::: :.:.. : r')ti .. -and it's such a difference that once a
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side of the entrance is a pyramidal ;; course after it was passed I wanted and pattern. No special fit is >>..:::\.1 ''' ''iJ:, ':: :: :;' '"

shaft of marble. One is erected to Gainesville to have all she could required except around the shoulders \ :: : fi ;:5. : .:{..::.; ;.:..? chev/er chews SCHNAPPS he is never deceived
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the memory of an Episcopal clergyman get under it in the fashionable long cloak for evening jJ:-:_.-':.:-:;o.'-A..-r:t,:. ....:'...(\.:.:..: .... 1"
drowned near Hatteras the The talk drifted along, "Do you remember and braiding in self color witha '1-J1;r.f...ipr:lf.;;;:!:'i-;;_';;.:-r$ -;".:".fit1.!: ;.: "' with any imitation.The .
other to Mr. Hardy Bryan Croom and the Duke of Dade?" asked gilt braid on the inner side is very :
who lost in storm Mr. of Mr. Grady. "I think i-0.fJl : :" f:\ :t sweet tasty and exhilarating quality ofSCHNAPPS
Hampton .
his family were a I stylish. White broadcloth, braidedin ,!' :. :' '::." .: .!;-::;:.,: ,
off Cape Hatteras many years ago.,j his name was Ewan. lie represent- white silk or trimmed with fancy i!.:;: ?::; t"c. .,.::;;.;...., r: tobacco has made the Reynolds factory
In "'.'!j.t... ., .. .
Mr. Croom was an uncle of the present red Dade county the legislature white silk braid and a few pendantsof %

comptroller Hon. A. C. Croom, 'I when the county had only two or ( passementerie) on sleeves front "\. "" :!"'"f-;}'f Ni" ; :".";,";' mious as the manufacturers of the best and most
-i and was the wealthiest man in the three dozen votes, most of them were and shoulders defies criticism. : popular brands
1i $Vf 1f. chewing tobacco and as the largestand
state. The disposition of his vast the office .holders. They had things ,.- ..; ,

_ f?. property caused a law suit which. practically their own way down there I'' Mink. i i t.[ l test equipped flat plug factories in the world,

;j. i lasted for twenty years, and is one i then" Mr. Grady served in the legislature For neck pieces this beautiful fur i.
of the most famous cases in the.Flor with the "Duke of Dade" is in especial demand and the former, i \\... .---- ;t ,;.T" ". every

J- i ida records. and thereby hangs a tale of the old variously trimmed with heads and ;: J 1'' .1.. ..t. the best chewing tobacco, by clean, sanitary and
The church within is an expression I days when the capital started to go tails come at an prices. Ermine and ":" ""''''f +''''1( } : healthful .

of the marked characteristics of Tal- i I to Monticello-but that is another chinchilla can never lose their charm, ."f t= 'i. rccesses. The R:]. Reynolds Tobacco
lahasseans properly speaking., The I story and. will keep for another and shoulder capes with long ends or Company is under the direction of the same men I
oak altar the lectern, the oaken time, cravats of either fur are a coveted
a shelf where the communion service The long agony will be over next week: possession. Muffs are large and the 1111 who have managed it since 1875, and who have

f is kept the baptismal font.of. gray I when the election is held naturallywe newest are of hanging skins, that is I made the chewing tobacco business a life-study. y
E marble, the pulpit, and almost every are anxious at the capital over the to say, fur tabs finished alike on ie

piece of furnishings are memorials. result and are hoping for a good ma- both sides which is an especial fad B. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., WJMfefl-Safem; N. C,

_ The beautiful pulpit of carved oak iority, especially- the drainage this season. Of course there is a sub-

was placed in the church last year as 'amendment and the amendment to stantial pillow within the "hanging .

a memorial to the late Mrs. William increase the salaries of the 'judici skins" to protect the arms and -

r' J D. Bloxham, whose death was so ary. Whatever the result is. it will hands. ,
greatly deplored in Tallahassee. On "be a relief to have the matter set '" GET THE BEST \

Sunday the altar was a mass of pink tledThe The High Girdle. Ocala House Wine R
roses, above them rose the branch- railroad commmission this | For evening dresses no'' matter 000)5

,, Ing candelabra, polished to the last week ordered the Seaboard Air Lineto how simple the material the high belt <.
degree; The font held a great arm pay a fine of five hundred dollars is very important and to set properly
ful of crimson dahlias. Dr. Carter for refusing to perform the dutiesof should be boned and fitted as carefully TRY OUR --

fraiL and venerable, and Bishop a common carrier in the matterof as a dress daist. They are still

.4. Weed, radiating goodness, conducted the complaints .of "he Otter Creek made of rich pompadour ribbon, and S
the Impressive service. At night lumber company which was heard with the now fashionable lace fichu

there was a class confirmed by the fast w ek. There was' Important the ends crossing each other and

.Bishop. Bishop Weed's visits are vearii'gs on Saturday last when the passing under the belt! the effect is 0LLEGHANPURE

i!always a season of delight to his commission met to consider some charming. Maline, or other eoft material
:.friends here. On this visit .he was 'amendments: to the present rules of is appropriate for a fichu, and 1 4t D YE.t '
: entertained by Judge and Mrs. Rob- the commission. The commission is worn with low necked gowns is ,drap-

ert Spratt Cockrell.. considering adopting !amendments ed around the outline, and '...-' s l :

t"- relative to the keeping of depots loosely in front. <

:' The Supreme Court handed down open between, the hours of 7 a. m.. VERONA CLARK. Put 4 full Qts
a batch of opinions this week and and 5 p. m., an amendment that will up
; heard oral arguments in a couple of prevent the changing of the BRYAN'S TRIBUTE TO HEARST'S Recently Enlarged

_ :. cases. Hon. 'W. Wade Hampton of wharfage rates without the' GOOD FIGHT. WITH in Fancy Cartoons
; .Gainesville Major St. Clair Abrams consent of the commission anda The men and interests making up 25,000 New WordsNew

and Mr. Julian Hartridge were here rule to fine railroads five dollars the opposition to William R. Hearst Gazetteer of tho World

to argue"cases. Major Abrams had I leer I day for failure to furnish shippers in New York afford ample reason wt 1 h moo than 3,030() )ttlC3,based on the Delivered at your j
t' expected .to make an antidrainagespeech *ith cars within five days from why every loyal democrat should give latest ieturs.NewBlographicz.
Tuesday night, but cancelled notice. him enthusiasticcupport The men !Dictionary Office '
who "preserved the national honor"in contriving! the names cf over l'l.OC' noted Express
-t ; nis engagement on account of urgent Representatives of the i I persons,date cf birth desta,etc.
-g business elsewhere. who attended this meeting strenu- 1896, the insurance grafters the
I advocates of special interests the -r.Ji Cn)7u.T.H.l..P.US.Th. ),L.D.. ,
Mr. Hampton Mr. H. L. Grady and o-ibly: oppose the adoption of all 'iju1 litMcsCox: : oue::utr..cs.1. n.
Mr. John G. Ruge of Apalachicola, !I I these proposed arrendmetns.: corporation managers the Wall street 2380 Qt;-: :::) Page For $3.20.
: financiers and the bond brokers who
M Ker I'IIes.r;; !:;:s. far. Eii Ka4Iac .
trafficked in the government's need Needed Every Home

:Horror of Needless Noises. "Old St. Augustine."? -all these are massed solidly againstMr. Regular $1.00 -
AThe. .&L O Webster CoiSegiaio IXciioaa/y a Quart Whiskey write foi :
? ( JiUt is needlessness ofmost noises Nothing more beautiful in the ,souvenir Hearst and their opposition Jr.SI'lltL saPegta5Eaiti .. ;
;fpiaf' renders them unsufferable. You line can be found or desired should solidify the people in supportof a;: : :; : Complete Price -
the man who is fighting these De.r I cE3it!cns :iIa. t"s:ot- list.
asleep very well through .the roar of than the booklet.. "Old St. Augustine arts r-t-1;n>i.bJ..r.. t *ntfIbew'xai'.Li .
__ .i -"awintry! storm, but if some one has consisting-of' Montgomery Fa som's harmful interests. Mr. Hearst is making i'a.let"r! ara '3
"Didion.gr :atts a tt t
\forgotten to fasten a blind and it be- graphic and finished poem-"Old! StAugustine" a magnificent campaign and is
:, I to then lost I illustrated by twelve frankly telling the people just wherehe G. fi C. MERRIAM CO. Ocala House Wine
:gins bang, you are ; you [Publishers, Springfield,Hai6e J 'R ooi'si
.might as well get up and locate that t pictures 'of the old city its ancient stands. What he has accomplished ,
It blind and fasten it first as last The1' fort, and other old buildings, streets for the people in the way of reforms -

: manifold noises of your steamer's and po'nts of histcri interest The through the instrumentality 'of OCALA FLORIDA.Southern .
..plunge through the night with the picture i are perfect as specimens of I tis great newspapers is an evidence of D. J. CARROLL

:perpetual wash of the sea, unite inn the potographer's art. No spot in II I what he will do if elected governorof

a lullaby to which the worst conscience America has such interesting historic the Empire State. With Mr. Hearstin ; -DEALER IN- I

sinks into repose; but a snore associations attached to it as St Aug- the governor's chair there will I
_ Y breaking from the next stateroom ustine. It was founded by the Span. be no more control of New York's GROCERIES FRUITS, VEGETABLES :,

recalls the memory pf all one's sins. iards under Mendez 42 years before executive by interests that are adverseto &c. Railway-
The rush and leap and incessant but the settlement at Jamestown was the people. :Mr. Hearst is specific ,

varied griiid! and clang of the sleeping made. Its. history is checkered and and plain in his declarations, while Has moved to North Magnolia '
b car becomes smooth at last, but rich in incident and vicissitude. I his opponents indulge in generalization street, near the Seaboard Depot 2 Vestibule Trains E itlNo.3-INo.30: North and West --_SNo.1I
i' radiator,beginning to fizz and click have often wondered and vituperation. He has taken Lv Jacksonv ilel .. 9.0Sijl'.t5p
a why some great where he will be pleased to see
the people into his confidence and Lv Jesllp. ........So. By i SLT . .go Rr3
after the steam has been turned off, drama or romance of the new worldin his old patrons; also solicits the Lv Savannah ....So. R 11.30a'lu.30p LT Jesup . .. .. so. RlllU9p
seems to leave the would-be sleeper the sixteenth century has not been may be depended upon to carry out trade of the general public. Ar. Columbia ....So, R L2Op 11U5&6.00& Ar MacoQ . . .. .. .go RT: t50
no resource but suicide; If you would written having St. Augustine for its his campaign pledges. He is entitledto : Ar. Charlotte ....So.' R 6.55:1 t.$5& .: Ar Atlanta . ... ..So Ryj! U a
get at the second engineer, and leave stage. Despite the ravages of time the support and vote of every demo GIVE ME A TRIALFine Ar. Greensboro ...so. Ry 10.05Pr. Ar Rome . . .. .. .So. Ryi 7.JO
;: him weltering in his gore, you could the old part of the city Is intensely ocrat who puts public good before Ar Danville .....SO. R :05.. tl.s1.lOp ; Ar Dalton . ... .., so. Ry S%a
snatch a few cat-naps before morning; interesting and picturesque toiay. private profit and of every citizen who Brood Mares. I Ar,ltichmoad-:::.So.RyTB.SSa. Ar Chattanooga . .. So. Ry: 8.45
by We have in load r6.p I Ar Lexintoa . ... Q. & c.i W9a
but you cannot get at the second engineer The ancient houses builbfof coquina prefers gooa government representatives just .gotten a car I. Ar Lynchburg:: ,
.So. Ar
-5 after midnight In most hotels.I It I with balconies overhanging the nar of the people to bad government of the finest brood mares ever brought Ar Cwlottesville.80. RTf 4.11&1 4'O p Cincinnati :.:.:.::.:. :Q. & C. 7-40
Continuous' noises and necessary row shell paved streets the fine by represntatives of special to the state, and to see them is to admire : Ar Wuhlngton..So Ryf 6.0al 6.l9p Lv Cincinnati . .a"L & Dl f.4Sp
; them. We will sell them at Rrt BSOp Ar Chicago .
Commoner. : ..BJ, Four! T.ICa
noises art things you can, adjust broad sea wall protecting the entire privilege.-Mr. Bryan's reasonable prices. Come and and Ar Baltimore..P. R. R.11.3va'11.25p' J ,
... senses in your spirits to; but the noise ocean front of the. city, the old fort, look very them over at Ar W. PhUu..P. R. 1.411'I USa | Lv Cindnnatf .. .Pa. Uneij; U5?
LINGERING COLD. Ar New York...P. R. 114 ,I Ar Chicago . . .Pa. IJDeli i 740*
'I 'without a reason without any apparI originally called St. MorotM.most. MARION FARMS STABLES, 4.13p t1.38a !
ent right; like the gnawing of a rat notable structure on our continent- 'xx Ocala, Fla. i LT. ClnclnnaTT ; .. .,,C. HTTWTiliMoaonj i _
: Withstood Other Treatment But Tar'o'"'Thr"l"-- -- . .. ) 7J34
in the wainscotis what drives so built of coquiha by negro slaves, In. of the Sky."'No.20 I tomryhlcago
Cured Chamberlain'sCough (
Quickly by . 9.419 '
.C. l;. 4 D.i
'r many to perdition; and the clatter of dians and prisoners of war. and requiring Remedy. ttcIVER and MACKA1 Lv Jacksonville ..,.. ...So. R 7Sgp'Ar Toledo ...........BlI Fourj 6tOa ':

the power dory will probably ere a hundred and sixty four "Last winter I caught a very severe Lv Savannah ..........80. Ry 12.15& 1 Ar Detroit ....i.... ..Bi= Four! 7.254
long fill the asylumns from the sea for weeks .. Ar Columbia .... .,.... _
years for the building, all these together cold which lingered saysJ. R1 6,00&ILr Cincinnati" roar t: D
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of Ont My Al' Asheville ..........go .
side cottages.It with charming views of broad Uuiiquhart Zephyr RT LSOp i jAr Cleveland . Big Foar 6.(/:* ?
Ar Hot
is not impossible however that of sunlit sea and glimpses of cough was very dry and harsh. The Springs, N C...So. R 2.37p + .
be- sweeps local dealer recommended Chamber Ar KnoXville ..........So. R Lv Lexington .. . .so. Rr; sJ3P
many summer cottages' are now palm-shaded plaza, are among the exquisite lain's Cough Remedy and guaranteedit Ar Louisville ........ .So.. Ry 6.0OpAr!; Louisville . . .so. Rr! S.1 1p ,
.' ins equipped with machine guns illustrations in this attractive so I gave It a triaL One small bot- FUNERALDIRECTORS Ar St. Louis ........."..So. Ry &l2pAr.. SL Louis . .. .. .Sa Ry; 1JU ,
that will sweep every power dory i soueviilr, which is bound in greer. tle of it cured me. I believe ", .am- Ar Cincinnati .........Q do C 8.1Sa Ar Anniston . . rrsoTRyiioBi
from the sea. These guns will be I I and bold stamped with the royal seal btrlain's Cough Remedy to be the Ar Birmingham .. ... ...so. Rritoir.;'
:sc, ,; rked on a pivot and will equally of Aragon. The illustrations and the best I have ever used." For sale by : Excellent Dining Car Service on AU Ar Memphis .. .. .. .FriscojS.05|
clear the roads of unmuffled automobiles artistic designing of the book are the all druggists. m Ar Kansas City ... .. ...Ftlst toWm!

_I and blow to atoms any moter. work of Miss Rowena Griffin of Stone -1- Through TraIna. Memphis . . .. .. . .' Ug.
; man about to sound the whistle off Mountain, Ga. It Is a lovely book for Mr. E. E. Voyle. of Gainesville, of Have a full stock of Coffins. Caskett Hot Springs .... .. .. . .! t-

,' a trolly car.-W. D. Howelis in Har. a holiday gift-tne price being in no the long : distance telephone, and Burial'Outfits. Special given to No. 34-"New
''for November was a visitor to Ocala Mon- Burial services. York and Florida "
pers way commensurate with Its artictic Room Sleeping Car Exgreu. Daily P&u1man Drawtal
: and literary value.M. E. B., in the day and said that Ocala was connected ( Embalming to OrderGNDITm1 No. 3o-Washington Port Tampa and JaekJonTme to New York
Canaling Popular. Sunny South. with this system on October 27 Room Sleeping Car JacbonTtlJe and Florida umtt i." Dell r Drawled,
: but owing' to, the delay in the shipment to New York. D1u1nr arllctsn
Miss Rowena Griffin Is the sister of 3G-Da111 PnItrn"l DraWing "
-k x The 'work of, dredging canals from Mrs. T. D. Lancaster. of this city. of freight that she was not as D Jacksonville, Hendersonville Room Duet Sleeping Car bet..H4
f.. Lakes Harris and Griffin to the, town well connected as she will be when 'I r.hn'U tL Asheville, not Springs, KnOI1'U1e ud aa. _

rs of Leesburg will soon be commenced A Methodist Minister Recommends certain electrical appliances arrive. d No. 13-FIorida Lfmlted-D&1J1 solid dal',

and the steamer .,Alligator with a Chamberlain' Cough Remedy.We w coaches and Pullman DraWing Room 8lffptng-1'esUbuted trans Through
.' have used Chamberlain's Cough Taft has uttered some L' ta, Chattanooga and CincinnatL J'ackaonrtUo to A
s dredge from Jacksonville having ar Secretary : Also Pullt1u ;
-". rived at Leesburg. When_ the canals Remedy in our home for seven years, thing more than a parable. He says D'CURE orado Springs, Cot. 11& B trmng Memphis, Sleeping Kansas Car JetUP to
and it has always proved to be a reliable that when the Americans get CStr.
are completed there willl be good '0. .IIiiI J. A. Freeman, District
remedy. We hay found that it with Cuba the true conditionswill Utt K. silOi4 Passenger Agent 108 W Bar 8t Jacwftvlllt Fu. ..
water .transportation between Lees- a. H. Hardwlck P. T. "
3 ; would do more than the manufacturers '.sums RlflfltCO R : W. H. Tu1oe. Q
be such that there'win be no P. A.: Brooks .a.PA
burg' and all points along the St. claim for It. It Is especially good "M1I.rest Morga :;
.x Johns river.-St Augustine ,Record.. for: croup and whooping cough, Rev. possibility of further Insurrection.: MAlIK""***"fOil VUSiTO ctstASt in STOCI U tIlE of BUT AIL MIIr nmwTU6fiMAMiSROTAnOD W,1t. ..

73 James A. Lewis 'Pastor Milica, Min., The aboriginal Cuban'wl1l be something IfSUfSAI1Km1 MIIalUal! JIIIIWD tat fJ", "...... .
lIlT'Uleta STeCi MO- -
-'- When fellow members copy things M. E. Churcn. Chamberlain's Cough like the aboriginal Indian. lOll -Wt. IT4I aIIMVtYOUiM*Uti
Remedy is sold by ,all druggists m "tcc 25 CENTS*MOW .
.'.$,, e from this paper without credit we I The very best solid mahogany three f'OeWC"' au1TAa Di@JSTS fIAJIU1ACJRD 6V READ THE
:: I regard it- as a compliment- rather than The biggest values In .shirts-to be' piece parlor suits can be found at ACMIRHAM&STEWMIT.1: & OGALA BANNEL1-

_' -" .:a. :.theft.. : i? found In Ocala.are'-at.;A.. L., W bb's.X- the Ocala Furniture Co. ,x ,
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rF LSl Sine e it was the will of our Be it known, that on the second O' 0
Heavenly Father to cause Mrs. Annie Tuesday in December, A. D., 1906 a O. .0
+ Local Editor. Irene Cam, the beloved wife of Mr. general election will be held in the
W. D. Cam, and our dear sister and city of Ocala, Florida to choose a Jacksonville Fla., Nov. 7, 1906.

Mr. George Martin has returned co-worker in the W.-C. T. U., to gently mayor and a councilman for each Special to the Ocala Banner.
... from a business trip to Jacksonville. fall asleep, Therefore, be it ward of said city. Hughesx plurality is indicated to be
Resolved. That we extend to the named 52,089, with few districts to be heard
4 We Have t'NOVl in Stock l The following persons are
bereaved\ husband, little children and election from, which may vary total result few
r :Mr. John Taylor who has been appointed officers of said :
the Most Complete' Line of spending several weeks in North Car relatives our deepest sympathy and Ward 1.-W. L. Ditto, Charles H. thousand either way. Hearst carried
olina, has. returned home. the comforting assurance that she Mathews, W. H. Clark, sr., inspectors every borough In Greater New York
will awaken on the resurrection morn and had 641 plurality in two up state
RINGS that Can Be Found ; S. S. Savage, sr., clerk.
Mr. W. H. Clark and :Mr. Ed. Ben- and bid them welcome into the life Ward 2.-Daniel A. Miller, sr., Clif- counties.
t Anywhere' nett"are enjoying a fishing and hunt immortal! ford M. Livingston F.-Ballard, Inspectors Indications are that drainage is
ing trip at Orange Lake. Resolved. That a page in our 'min ; Geo. M. Hubbard, clerk. lost two to one; reportse com in very
ute book be inscribed to her slow. Duval 811 for 1,120 against
: Call and See Them. memory Ward 3.-W. 0. Massey, Joseph
Mr. O. W. Reagan, after spending and that a copy of these resolutionsbe Shuford J. J. Tipton. inspectors; J. Hamilton, 176 for, 376 against; Liberty O.
several days in Ocala, returned to his published in the daily press. A. Pittman, clerk. 71 for, 29 against; Bradford, 94 0' Dr. D. M. BONEYr .0 0

home in Brodksville Wednesday.. MRS. MINNIE H6WSE-STOVALL, Ward 4.-R. A. Carlton, E. W. Kray- for 495 against. 0 Eyesight Specialist ..0
I MRS. E VAN HOOD, bill, R. C. Loveridge, inspectors; I. Lake City safe to say drainage will O.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Carroll and little Committee. not get 100 in --- .0
W. Ogle, clerk. county.T. o I make a specialty of 0
i daughter Merris; have gone to H. HARRIS.
I Richard
In testimony whereof O.
correcting oth- 0
I Jacksonville to spend several days. McConathy, of the city of eyes
YFred 1t Never In the history of this countryhas mayor The Drainage Amendment In Marion. O' era fall. 0
Ocala, have hereunto set hand and
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Mr. Jack Stifth, a popular young demand for la- Satisfaction guaranteed 0
there been such a
affixed the corporate seal of the said The following is the vote of the
traveling man with headquarters In 0.! or money refunded. 0
have the of labor
bor earnings
city, this the second day of Novem- drainage amendment by the precinctsin O' --- 0
Jacksonville Is. '
in Ocala
interviewingthe been so great as they are today. Marion county as far as heard
merchants. ver, A. D., 1906. 0 OPTICAL PARLORS 0
(seal) RICHARD McCONATHY, from: O' 2 and 4 Gary Building. 0
0. B. Weihe Hon. M: L Paine was down from Mayor of the City of Ocala. For. Against
Misses Catherine and Clifford Pyles 0 Ocala Florida.oooooooo. 0
Fairfield Wednesday. His district ,. Yes. No.
The Jeweler have returned home from a pleas- was almost unanimous for the drain- Anthony. .. .. .. .. .. .. 17 31 O'0 t
) ent visit at Hague with The Woodmen at The Fair. O' 0
spent spent
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age proposition. Reddick .: .. .. 14 9
L .J their sisters. Romeo, .. .. .. ... .. .. 3 6 0 O'0 o 0

Mr. John T. Lewis, of Moss Bluff, The Woodmen of the World of Camp Izard, .. ;. .. .. .. 4 14
k The Ocala people registered at the was in town Wedesday and was hav- Tampa and vicinity especially invite Pedro, ,.. .. .. .. .. ... .. 0 11 -- ------ ._---, -
Aragon yesterday were Mrs. Geo. K. Martel '.. .. .. .. .. ..
ing his fun with the fellows who vote all choppers in your section to attend : 10 13 FRECKLES AND PIMPLES
Robinson, Miss Ethel Robinson, Miss ed against the drainage amendment the great Florida state fair at I Grahamville, .'.. .. .; ... .. 11 17
FERRY'SVak Sara Harris, Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Mr. thinking they were preventing the Tampa on Woodmen Day, November Ocala. .. .. .. .'. .0. ... .108 116 REMOVED la Tea Days.Nadiivola.

John Taylor, Mr. L. J. Knight, Mr. state from being converted into a Belleview .. .. ;... .. .. .. 7 13
R P. Thagard Mr. S. A.. Rawls, Mr. drainage district. It will now'almost 21st.Sovereign Commander J. C. Root Lake Weir <, .. .. .. .. 2 20

R. S. Hall and Max FisheLMr. :I unquestionably be made a drainage has promised to be here with several Eureka, .; .. ... .o' ... ,, 6 3 The
district, and their vote, like-the gun of other of the supreme officers, and .. .. .. 32 12 fieaut! er ..
John A. Graham' the regular Hudibras, "whether aimed at a duckor will deliver addresses.A Geiger, .. ... .. ;, .. ;. .. 4 5 + &rreI tlwuuad.u a.r
.inrt a yield of quantity and democratic nominee for the state senate plover is sure to kick its owner monster illuminated comis paradeof Blitchton, .. ... .... .. .. .. 9 13 : p': ofgratdulladiulad y'!
i 5 Fern a,they were the beat on the over. s1 tliarutccd: to raaor! i
market but they bave beeaimprov. socialist nominee. For the regular of that day under the auspicesof Stanton, .. _.. .. ;. .. .. 7 11 all facial ducolor
flower fat ever and rioce.vegetable We awdg.are expert'in democratic nominee to be deefated for Solid quarter oak three piece suit Ye Komical Krew of Forty Funny !Moss Bluff, .. .. .. .. .. '.. 14 5 turn'lad retort tat*

traced!'" 8e tree 4 to Aiml.all applicant beautifUly, JUu- an office in Florida has not occurred and Individual chairs In the newest Fellows, led by \ the Great White Sparr .. .. .. .. ,.' .. .. 16 6 .y j1 Lu.ty of yautlt.n.

D. II, FURY ft, CO., Detroit. Mich. before in many years. A socialist in designs can be found at the best furniture Chief, Navajosolo from Texas. and Fort McCoy .. .. .. .. .. 11 8 ",rrt cus ia twisty ikjv We. .n4 $LOO
I the Florida legislature win, indeed, store in town. That's the his company of heroes mounted on Dunnellon .. .. .'. I. .. .. 13 2Z t al" lr i.Ylr '.'\., .t.:1'C-I, (or by 1UJ1.v.d .
the fun. Citra, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 6 25
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CONSUMMATED.Albion We1 are just in receipt of a little I I NMNHNrnNuii
T. Needham book containing the photograph and Tampa's Palatial Caravanserie Open

many,notices of Mme. Anna Hirzel, During the Fair.A a
Mining and Manufacturing of Paris. She is the w**' of ilr. Paul
t Company Files Big Deed of
TIePlumber -Trust-Quarter of Million.. In. Hirzel. who was in the phosphate bus- hotel management that will spend Biggest in Siii|
) volved. iness in this city for several years in one summer $25,000 in renovatingtheir

+ and she is a pianoist of much renown. house, prove what the Tampa
Gas One of the largest deals consummated The following notice from the New i.hotel management claim, that their .
9gd fitter. In Alachua county for many York Musical Courier Is one of the palatial caravanserie at Tampa Bayis .
years will soon be concluded, which is many complimentary notices contained now in better shape than it has

virtually a reorganization of the in the book: ever been since the days of HenryB. NEW ARRIVALS !IBROWN'S
extensive Interests of the
phosphate "The pupils of Anna Langehan-Hir- Plant who built It. This paper is
HAS OPENED "P HIS NEW camps in the western part of the zel gave a very interesting public informed by Manager Lauber that the

county.. The deal involves a capital performance in the Tonhalle to cele- hotel will be open to the throngs attending
SHOP ON THE CORNER OF stock of a quarter of million of dollars. brate the close of their term, being Florida's great fair at the
1 and the headquarters will be in assisted by Kaim Orchestra under reduced rate of $3.00 per day and up, i SHOES II

SPENCER BLOCK ,WITH A Gainesville.A Peter Raal e's direction. The occasion which will make it by all odds the I
trust-deed is now being recordedin proved a great sulccess and dem- very best place to stop during the :
"z, FULL! LINE OF SANITARY ( the office of the clerk of the circuit onstrated anew Madame Hirzel's rare fair. For the Feet.

court for Alachua county from powers as a teacher. All of the pupils Rooms ,and board may be engegedand --
AND MODERN PLUMBING the Albion Mining and Manufacturing did remarkably well, and two or should be engaged at once-by I I
company to the Savannah Bank and three revealed uncommon talent and communicating :with Mr. Lauber

GOODS. WHEN IN- NFED OF Trust company, authorizing the Issu attainments, which threw into brill. either by wire or mall, and if you are WARM UNDERWEAR t I
ing of bonds not to succeed $250,000.The iant relief the merits of the invaluable fortunate enough to secure entertain-
FIRST CLASS SANITARY deed Is signed by P. D, Camp as Instruction which they have received." ment within the luxurious surround .: For the Body. I

president with 'an attest of R. J. ,ings of the hotel, your stay at Tampa
PLUMBING CALL ON HIM. Camp secretary. Mrs. Mary J. Bitting. i will be full of an enjoyment you cannot : At Prices that will not Pinch the Pocket
This deal will mean a great deal Mrs. Mary J. Bitting, aged 76 years, otherwise hope to experience.A I
t H to the commercial interests of the I died at ten o'clock Tuesday night after .
county, especially the west end, where a very brief illness at the homeof .

the, principal business will be transacted her son, Mr. S. L. Bitting, west of Reliable Remedy for Croup. m
,SEED BEANS as i it* will mean the employ Ocala. The funeral services took Z MEN'S PANTS AND 8 BOYS' SUITS i

Wax and Green Pod Varieties grown ment of a large number of hands. place at 2:30 p. m, Wednesday from Mrs. S. Rosenthal, of Turner, Mich.
and shipped by The Albion Mining and Manufacturing -the residence and the body was laid says: '"We have used .fi tI-+ Alain's
company is already a corporation to rest in Greenwood cemetery. Rev. Cough Medicines for ourselves and 'At Cut Prices.
'Herbert C. florrill. of great magnitude. For several L. W. Moore of the Methodist our children for several years and I I
1 much. I think It Is the
,, Cedar Springs, Mich. years this company has been operating church assisted by Rev. like it very
remedy for and can highly
to great profit, but the reorganization C., C. Carroll, pastor of the Baptist only recommend it." croup For sale by all drug I :
a1r Red Speckled Valentine Green Pod of the Camp interests., of church, conducted the services and gists. m
12.75. Prices right on other varieties. which this is a part, will greatly en- quite a Inumber of riends followed the
All seeds offered are ofF large the operations. remains to the cemetery. Mrs. Bit THE FAIR
Card of Thanks. I
crop 1906. While nothing authentic can be ting was a.good woman and was much
learned at this time, it is to be loved by all who knew her. .
of the We wish to extend to our neigh
supposed that the head ,
{ Hall racks for all manner of houses, will be' located in bors and .friends our sincere thanks
new corporation If you want a porch screen cheap A. L. WEBB Prop.NNMNMilNilN .
to the for their untiring kindness during i ,
the most presumptions information
from Gainesville, Judging from the here Is your chance., Only a few left I
'. humblest Prices are decidedly right embodied in the deed of trust. at $1.45 and $1.75 at Ocala Furniture the illness of our little son.
Try tis and see. Ocala Furniture x \MR. AND MRS G.r T. LIDDON.
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of the great Florida, state fair Orala, Fla. Nov. .2, lS0; F

Tampa, and the day will be the Tallahassee, Fla, Nov. 5, 1906. To the Editor Ocala Banner:
brilliant and memorial one in the To the Editor Ocala Banner; I noticed in your paper an editorial
of the Paradise of Flowers. Below will be foundthe, semi-annual cllp!>ls from the Tampa Times re- Most people know that if they have

4 :5 : hospitable citizens of the Gate- apportionment of the one mill tax by I gar.kt ij the street car troubled .n itL been sick they need Scot?* Emal-
of the Gulf have already made W. XI. Holloway, state superintendentof Cleveland, 3h-6, in which the name
for the care and enter public instruction. $82,602.14 is of Tom L. Johnson, one of her foremost sion to bring back health and strength w

of thousands Floridians amount apportioned, which! is the citizens was mentioned. .6

visitors from other states, the largest semi-annual apportionment of Tom L. Johnson, as he is called at.. o But the strongest point about Scotfs
of which will come to Tampa by the one mill tax in the history of home, has .(-en elected mayor of
4 loads and visit all sections of public schools in this, state. Cleveland three successive times on I Emulsion is that you don't have to be

state in search of permanent This amount of money is apportioned a F'atform premising the a-juilizaticn sick to results from it.
Never before has such an on the basis of the average at- of taxes and the reduction, streetcar .0 ,get a

campaign been conducted tendance of the state which is88,832, fares to three, 'ents.
behalf of Florida as that which the 'same being the largest average He has stoutly upheld his platform. I It keeps up the athlete's strength,puts fat z

jus been brought to a close by attendance for any year by several He has rigidly lived up to his principles thin people makes a fretful baby happy,
fair association and railroads, thousand. The average attendancefor and has carried out his prom- 6 on r

k letters received Indicate that 1 the last scholastic year shows an ises to the people of Cleveland regardless o brings color to a pale girl's cheeks,'and prevents _
attendance of homeseekers will increase the of of injunction after injunction -
over preceding
year colds and consumption.Food .
Immense. The rates given by the nearly six ((6) per cent. This is of the courts. Of course these o coughs,
from all sections are the injunctions thrown in his path-
indeed a fine showing, and speaks well
on record. for the educational system of Flor T ay have impeded his progress and Food in concentrated form for sick and tCio

opening day will be known as ida. attempts have been made with the
r Day," in honor of the editors republican governor and the republican welt young and old, rich and poor. IQag

Florida, and.a feature of the day Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 1, 1906. legislature to deprive him of his
be the annual banquet at the Amount of apportionment $82,602.14. power as mayor but happily to no And it contains no drugs and no alcohol 8

i Bay hotel in their honor. Rate per pupil 92 cents. avail.

banquet will also be attended by Counties. A'-. At. Amt. The citizens of Cleveland have g ALL DRUGGISTS; 50c. AND $1.00.W. .

i-- officials, members of the legis Alachua, ? .. ? 4,3111,021.32 placed their commence in Tom L.

and other prominent visitors. Baker, .. H .. .. 727 668.84 Johnson as!' one who will fight for 0600000000 O OO O 000660
Broward promptly at the Bradford .. .. .. .. 1,909 1,756.28 their rights and events so far havo
hour, will open the fair gates, Brevard .. .. .. 680 625.60 shown that their confidence has not -

addresses will be. made by other Calhuon, .. . .. 784 721.28 been misplaced. A. KNIGHT. L. E. LANG. .

sthatesmen. The parade Citrus, ., ..' ., ,. .. ,693 637,56 Who are these "leading citizens"

'opening day will be unrivalled in Clay._ .. .. .H. . .." 745 685.40 referred to in the clipping from the

brililancy. Every department Columbia, .. .. 2,50-1 2,303.CS Tampa paper? I ANNOUNCEMENT. TS TSWe
;: be in absolute readiness at the Dade, ,. _. ,. .. 1,483 1,36-1.36 They are the grasping, money

hour, and the fair will appear DeSoto, .. ,.. .. 2,145 1,973.40 crazy, labor crushing capitalists. ,

-. good advantage as' on the clos- DuYal, .. .. .. .. 5,895 5,425(0 What are they compared to the great
have the Wa and Harness business
Just purchased gon of MQ
; day. New buildings and other im- Escambia, .. _. .. .. 3,772 3,470.2-1 mass of honest thinking men and S. A. Standley & Company and propo se to add to the stock of goods IIl1. -;, .
which thousands of
upon the labor producers of a great city?
Franklin, ,678 623.76
have been expended will be .. .. ? .. If the great mass of people throughout: that is needful to mako It COMPLETE LINE in every sense of
Gadsden 2,889 2,657.88Hamilton
? the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons the
on market
who attended the i
to those ,_ ._ 1.3S9.2 United States would rise in their
.. 1,510
; 'also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great variety
last year. Hernando, .. .. .. .. 510 469.26 might as the people: of r'o-w-' -" -".
of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee.
Florida state fair, owing to the Hillsborough, .. .. ../5,626 5,175.92Holmes" they would break the power of the

_ -k achieved last year, has be1 .. .. .. 1,311 1,206.12 monopolists. It must remembered. High Grade Buggies. Serviceable Carriages -
famous as\ the greatest state Jackson- .. .. 4,730 4,351.60 that John D. Rockefeller lives in this ,

held by a single state anywhere Jefferson, ,. .. .. 2,960 2,723.20 bea'ltJful'city on Lake Erie but he Unexcelled Wagons, Harness,
the country, a fact in which ev did not prevent Tom L. Johnson's Robes Etc. Etc.
t LaFayette, .. ti. 717 714.84Lake. Lap ,
public spirited Floridian should . .. .. .. 1,3-16 1,238.32 election nor prevent him carrying out
pride. Every man, woman and Lee ? .. .. 589 541.88 his election pledges. .
in the state should attend. They .Leon?.. .. .. .. 3,730' 3,431.60 Give us men like Johnson, Bryan, Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.
assured the best of accommoda Hearst, the late "Golden Rule" Jones .
Levy. .. .' .. .. .. 1.30 1196.00
at low rates. and others of this class give We are Always in Position to Meet th e Prices of Legitimate Competition.
Uberty .. .. :, .. 508 467.36Madison ; us one ...
.. in every city and every state and our
2,859 2,630.28
Nuggets from Georgia.. Manatee, ,?.. .?. .. .?. 1,425 1,311.0 whole nation will be benefitted the We are, Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine '
hanker after the wisdom of
Marion .. .. .. ? 4.61 4,380.12 same as Cleveland under the mayor- and Farm Wagon. .
It be worth while to
_ may Monroe, ... .. .. 1,083 996.36 alty of Tom L. Johnson.Do .- ,
a little of your own. ;
Nassau . .. 1,265 1,163.80 not let us forget our newspa-
stormpit may be a good refuge in :
Orange . .. 2,192 2,016.C pers the great medium between
of a hurricane; but what if an Osceola .. .. . 821 760.84 these men and the masses, to what & Lang
should take a notion to Knight
the stormpit?' Pasco, .. .. _. . 863 793.96 assistance or detriment they can be ,
Polk .. .. .. 2,766 2,54.72 shown in this very fight of Tom L.Johnson's. .
the stars is an unprofitable to Standlev and *
Putnam .. .. .. 1,6H 1,512.48 ; Co.)
s. You can never tell where
St. .J ohns,. .. .. ... ., 1,303. 1,203.36 When you have considered that all -- .
left 'off.
w S1. Lucie---- .. ..' .: 475137.00 the working people are using the
can't ride to glory in the au
Santa RoJa- .. 1,757 1,616.4-1 street cars at least twice a day you
rubber tires might
The Sumter .. .. .. .. 1,081 99-1.52 can easily figure out what a saving

on the way. Suwannee, .. .. 2,588 2,380.96 this two cents car Tare means to 4TULLQTS.I-
is the man who is content
Taylor, .'; :. ? 89-1 822.48 them and then "you will not wonder
with little; but there's so few'of
Volusia .. .. ? ,157 1,98-1.44 why the people- ave placed their tacpss FULL
there's always a bushel of '
Wakulla. .. .. .. 743 683.5& trust in Tom L. Johnson.
left over for general purposes.:
over-the troubles of to- Walton, .. .. .. .. 1,819 1,673.48 The Cleveland Press has been and i. ::
5'I Washington, .. .. 2,153 1,980.76 is today the champion of the mayor EXPRESS
; and yet, when we ,meet 'em, .
and will continue to be so as long as
putlion' full1 head of steam and r t
'em'f;-clear of the .track.-Frank Total? .. .. ;:.88,832 1.725.U. he carries out his election pledges.It PptPAID
ton in Atlanta Constitution. Total amount for;; apportaonment. : ;, is the only English newspaper in

.. .. ,. ._$S2.f:J2.14 Cleveland that champions his cause
Josiah Varn High School Prin- which is the people's, and in consequence -
fund not its circulation is greater than
.. cipal ._ Bal. in appor- -
school board has been tioned, .. "... .. ..... .', ". ,576.70 all of the other newspipers combined. -
in securing the services of

t' Josiah Yarn high schooL city, town and throughoutour

; Varn has been prominent in Males. glorious country, who will battle
: circles for a number of li Adams, C. A., for right and justice as Tom L. John DEllVERfTD fOR
i. .2: Daniel, Samuel, son has done and then we can well
having been principal":'of; sev
; II 3 Fox F. C "' "Woe evil doers." 00
of the>leading ;schools,"of the : ;, : 'f o'": say to.
4 -.- .- 4. Fox, F. c., jy: : tf if- '. ... A FORMER CLE\ ELANDE1t

f he compelled 5. Hart Chas. E... :. .
years ago was ,*"': -"* "- ---------- -..,..--
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give up school work on account 6. James: Lee, ;r rt

health, since which time he has 7. Jenkins, Tracy. } CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY

3 actively engaged in the manage- 9. Lois, Poldo, "' .3 ._-. ; BA r Rr -
10.Marry James, F.,. f o
of large orange grove interests Jacksonville Fla.
_ southern part of the county, dur 11. Richbon, Rev. C., I 1 :1
which time he has fully recovered 12. ountree, Hamilton, :

.re-enters the school work with 13. Sapt, J. J., fA- i
which characterizes 14. Sapamero, Alfred WITHSORfS --g- .oS T'
great energy r't. ; .t. p n
"man. 15. Scribner, James M.: : .

: : Journal'congratulates the 16. Sims, J. J, .:.r 1f..A. Spencer LrE. Lang J. A. BouylerI -
the county and the city over 17. Sims, J. J., 4
{ Would Scratch and Tear the Flesh I
good fortunae in securing one 18. Simmons, Washington,

thoroughly capable of taking ,up Females. Unless Hands Were Tied-Wasted" AnnouncementWe

r weork.-Bradentown Journal. 1. Allie, Mrs. M. E.. to a Skeleton! -Awful Suffering for I

2. Bloodsworth, Lula, Over Year-Grew Worse Under
-a E!- overnor Jennings passed a have just
_ purchased the
3. Cox, Mrs. Susie splendidly i equipped
Ocala yesterday en route to Doctors Skin Now Clear.
w where he will cast his 4. Coatney; Laura, I machinery y plant of the Yonge 1.lud.Cline. Company
5. Coatney, Laura I- and solicit a share of the
today. Governor' Jennings came repair work of Marion and
the Seaboard transferring to the; 6. Luke, Mrs. Miley, WOULD HAVE DIED adjoining counties.Ve mike
I 7. Ellis, Mrs. Laura, a specialty of repairing
; C. L. here.; This gave him more steam
an hour in Ocala and during his 8. Hall, Mrs. Henrietta, BUT FOR CUTICURA. pumps, gas engines, etc. I
9. Harris, Susie, Let us '
quote you prices.
_ many persons met him at the I
10. ohnson, .Mrs. Melissa,
and .listened to him talk on "Uy1ittle son, when about a year
11. Lindsay, Mrs. William B.,
drainage amendment. The Gov- and a half old, began to have sores
made a statement that if a per 12. Randall, Nancy, come out on his face. I had a phy Ocala Gas Engine :
_ owned a homestead in the mid- 13. Robert, Mrs. Nancy' sician treat him, I -
of the Everglades and it was not Tinzia, Ada but'the sores grew

and overflowed land he would 15. Washington Mrs.. Alberta worse. Then they Company

have to pay one penny of taxa 16. Wright, Janie, '. d p. began to come on
his arms, then on
17. Wilson Etta
ti I for: drainage and that the talk Ma other parts of his ,-.1 .1
I! 18. Williams, Mrs. Lewis, le1B 1 _
the unlimited power given the -e' body,and then one 1 l __ .
if commissioners is. a mere 1. Daniels, Sallie, from D. L. O. \ came on his chest ;
{ to frighten the timid vot- 2. Floyd, Mary A, from D. L. O. worse than the ,
i That the internal improvement 3. Wood, Jennie from D. L. 0. others. Then I called -

a had made reports to every leg G. C. CROM, P. M. another physi
I IWhereyou
;_ for the last sixty years and clan. Still he grew worse. 'At the end
of about a year and a half of suffering
continue to do so if the drainage Gorge Ade, Writer and Playwright to he grew so bad I had to tie his hands
: is adopted. That the Wed.A in cloths at night to keep him from
commissioners will not have scratching the sores and tearing the flesh.
much power under this amend special from Boston says that "He got to be a mere skeleton, and
as the comptroller or any state I announcement was made at the office was hardly able to walk. My Aunt
is now invested with. That of Henry Savage recently that George advised me to try Cuticura Soap and find Shield Brand Shoes
-- Ointment. So her faith in
i confident that if the amendment Ade, the playwright and wit, is engaged it that she gave great me was a small piece of I l It is a Safe place to trade because

thoroughly understood by the to marry Miss Helen' Hale a Soap to try and a little of the Oint they are sold by reliable ,
_ s, it would be adopted by an I wealthy college graduate who has ment. I took it home without any merchants 1
I I unanimous vote. I sung in several Savage operas. faith, but to please her I tried it, and everywhere Be sure to ask for

__ f : ; I :. it seemed to dry up the sores a little.
t A Year of B cod. Dr.; )M. Souvielle, of Jacksonville, "I sent to the drug store and got a Kiser's King $3.50
t year of 1903 will be long re-I a .former surgeon in the French army cake Ointment of the and Soap followed and the a box directions of the .
in the home of F. X. thinks Florida is the best state for f for men and
and at the end of about two months I you \ t li

I :Alliance'owed, Ky.so, a copiously> a year fro of Tacket.1 those- suCering from lung troubles. never the sores had any were sores all of-wclL any kind He since has |' money's worth. Vials in your 37 '

I \.: He lungs writes that death seemed very I Chapped hands' are quickly cured "He .is now strong and healthy, | Myles and aU the jOP11nr AL 1
"Severe by
; applying Chamberlain's
bleeding Salve. and I can sincerely say that only for. Leathers Patent
c' ? the lungs and a frightful cough Price 25 cents. For sale by all druggist your most wonderful remedies: iny cart viol
) I brought me at death's door whet ?. m precious child would have died from i Gun Metal, Bat CalCompany'ete. '
;; ,. taking Dr. King's New Dis- --- those terrible sores. I used only ona ,
I for consumption, with the |as- For a Two Cent Stamp.A cake of Soap and about three boxes H. C. User
i I I result: that after taking of Ointment (signed) Jlrsl Eg-
I bottles I was completely restored common process has been discovered bert Sheldon R. F.)J.,So. ,.L, Wood- t AI autchu'.ra s lsi"s -
:: as time has to possess healing properti'snot "
i proved completely : title Conn,April 22, 1905. ./11L11.VT./I. CEORGIA .
.Guaranteed for longs known nretofore, but '' ,
: I" sore surpassing: anY'other I, Couple. Ertmml tsA Imo my EnrrEumor. 1RFiciifi rIA-
and colds at Tydings & COs t I Il drug. The discoverer tram funfbn! to trot Ait.
-i i will, fora toe &ins of Cuta-mrs Soap.Sc; ,Oisdness,.vx.Brwi.lXfl I
;l store. Price 50 cents and $L J if two cent stamp, tell V (hl fonII of C '
what ng1piietpspc
j anyone >t.m heha.dofaU draggin.41
1 f Trial..trrttlefre." 'Vq' l I
IU. it is. Address S, Pmilip,'Fla. x ana 8l": 3taitrrer"urrwcLrsti Ilrug it baa.tbry.Lelai'ADMILrWn: +D,Bnx..* ,

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We Must Vacate Our Store 09) < WM ;

Indications Are That All Constiutional Amendments -

December 31 I, Next ,\1 t

,Are Lost-vlncomplete Returns in -m

We intend to leave Ocala hence our

Marion County Give Majority of 10 m ENtiRE SOU 'OF iE1HlJlIS i \ \ : HROWN


Against Drainage Amendment I At Prices which will tempt the non-purchaser. k.'J'

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_* Special to the Ocala Banner: *. Special to the Ocala Banner: Special to the Ocala Banner: Goods

4 Brooklyn. 8:30 p. The Daily New York City, 9:30 p. m.- New York City, 9 p: m.-The m Dry Clothing and $

.s. Eagle, which has been a strong The Evening Post says Hughes World's bulletins say indications ,

A supporter of Hughes says it is undoubtedly elected by 40- are that Hearst will carry Also _
now seems Brooklyn will give + 000 plurality, tIt Greater New York by over Shnoo -

''' Hearst a .majority of 1.500 and is stated at democratic 60,000, while Hughes will enter m Ladies' and Genifs Furnishing Goods 'd
:+ that .New York has also been ,* headquarters that the state the city from the upper state J
carried by Hearst by at least committee does not concedeHughes' with a majority of eighty thous- '
a 60000. I. election..J and. O Remember we must move and will move; it will I'
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t t t t t t t t t i i therefore
not pay us to pay freight, this is your opportunity 4

HEARST'S GREAT FIGHT. Marion County. New York City, 8 p. m.-399 districts b i( to buy Fall and Winter wearing apparel fn

Dunnel Ion. outside of New York city give ) at the lowest prices possible. We have been in business .
; For drainage, .. ,. 13 Hughes, 120, 480; Hearst, 106,341. -
From Wednesday's Daily. 71
Against .. . '.. .. 27Grahamvill .- here for the past seven years and we do'not }'i

-'. William Randolph Hearst has made .- 1,842 election districts in New York 11/ believe that we have a single dissatisfied customer. 11'1

lithe; bravest fight that has ever been For drainage, 11 state, outside of New York city, give Zj

Against . _. .. 17 Hughes 290,977; Hearst 217,497. BUY YOUR GOODS FROM US AND SAVE.MONEY .
..w1tnessed on the American continent Blitchton. >' W I
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For drainage; 9,
Against. 13 Brooklyn, 8 p. m.-Seventy city districts in

4 Every newspaper and periodical in I Connor. give Hughes, 11,810; Hearst THE BOSTON STORE

For. drainage ..' 11 11,244. .
New York city except his own were Against, .. 131, m

.'f .,Sparr. Elmira, 7:30 p. -m.-This city gives CV OCALA,FLA.
opposed to him.ExPresident For drainage, ... 16. Hearst plurality of 696. Chemung )
I county, in which Elmira is located,
Grover Cleveland, Against,. 6
r ..:...-., gives Hughes, 3,146; Hearst 3,842. -

R Judge Alton B. Parker, Senator Total, ... .. 168 178 i' fri .w '
'- I Gloversvllle 7:30 p.: m.-City's complete _

a Bailey, of Texas, and JohnSbarpe Three precincts Including Ocala count gives Hughes* 2,393;

two largest in the ..Hearst 1,943. Io \I
Williams lent their influence and Dunnenon, v f
96 county, give majority against drain -
t: against him and such democratic age ,amendment of 22. Utica, 7:30 p. m.-Complete city re- mP''t
t turns show Hughes, 6,586; Hearst, .Q. )3m
the Atlanta Journal; : 't:) C ""' '
tnewspapers' .as A telegram from Citra says the 6,626; majority of 40 for the latter.SyracuseCity's : -
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'amendment was overwhelm. & :
'*' The New York Herald, forgetting drainage .
j complete vote
: ingly defeated, but does not give '

:.-. Its traditions! to figures. 1904 214. t i t Minnesota. t t t t t t t

.restimate 'before the election made a Florida. MB BW. \ .. HEARST'S MANAGER SAYS.' Special, to the Ocala Banner: WHAT t

t. .L" Jacksonville I, 9:35 p. Indications New York 11:30 p, m.-The Her .. St. Paul, Minn., 9:30 p. m.-Re--. THE ,ZEITUNG SAYS. *. -
:, 1nlSeStimatet.. knowing. ? i\ ;was ly- arer that the drainage 'amendment ls ald says the entire Tammany -judiciary 5 Special to the;Ocala 'Banner: turns from state indicate a democratic '
Special to the *.
a I ticket ptobably elected by large New York, 10:30 m.Iax landslide for Johnson Ocala Banner:
king him of more than one defeated. p. candi- New York .
against I City, 8:45 p. m.-
Bartow-For' drainage, 32; against, maJority.. Ihmsen, :Mr. Hearst's cam date for governor. The States
1f Zeitung, which
'.:. hundred thousand. 92. I >- paign manager, said he be- Hughes, claims his election s ti
i for' drainage NewlYark Sixteenth lieved Mr Hearst had safe Iowa. '
;, Tallahassee 74j; congresional __ '
his I by plurality 'of,
\;''! 'President Roosevelt, forgetting against, ll5. district Francis 'Burton Hanson working majority despite Special to the Ocala Banner; Says all ,the 25,000. ''

and'I'he"was presl- Watertoym-For drainage,. 3; I democrat and independent' league, claims to the. contrary. Des Moines, Iowa, 9 p. m.Indications i state democratic ,'
i high; station against, 30.GainesvilleAgainst, electe',1 .. . .are that Cummins, republican ticket Hearst is elected except t' y s

' I |dent of all the people, sent" hls. man. drainage 105; ,." < e gives t is elected governor by smaller plu t t t i t t t t t
'Qi. Troy-Vote offclty: complete
"" for drainage, 34.HolderAgainst. Eighteenth congressional district; rality, however, than In 1904. .
who made the Hearst, 9,252; ugtiest9OS6. Republican .
i Root: Into "New York f i iI drainage' 17. ; for r Jos; A. Goulderi, democrat, elected. .- Tennessee.

I.. r Inmost brutal the most atrocious. ,* theY drainage, 0. ....::::::1 loss. since'voteof1904....... is 1,1616... Indiana. Forty out of ninety-six counties
Hernando-Against drainage, 12 r-- i Special to the Ocala Banner
; New YorkGreen :county, completer : give Paterson, democratic nominee
Pre$ dent Roosevelt'shome ;
Oyster Bay-
2 \F; mos diabolical, the most vile,speech for drainage, 0; t ns give sAl60; Hearst, gives 460..-majority for Hughes. Indianapolis 10.50'p.. m.Reportsnow 17,980 majority over H:' Clay Evan;
Crystal River-Against drainage 22; 4,433, Herrick, '3,952. in give republican. secretary of
made 3,65
ever ; republican:
; against Hearst that was ,. .. Vote stapdsf'Hughes, 214; Hearst, -
state of
i. for drainage, 18. majority 6,498 over demc
": [by any pub'f "officer. ... since theforfmatibn Manafee-Six precincts give Petti- Hearst carried Ogdensburg by 239, 109. ,? cratic'nominee.. -
' grew majority of 42; for drainage, 95, Higgins plurality was 30 votes. j Guthrie Okla., 11:45 p. m.-The
: of the government.Yet New York City, 8:30 pi m.-Two
t :: .. 195. 0 '. < Ohio. constitution of new state will be
;- :; despite these tremendous aaginst Key West-Small vote in city. New York, 10:30{ -Herbert Parsons, hundred and fifty"'"dsitricts.' heard Three hundred and eighty precincts written by democrats.
from in and Bronx, show
L: defeated at all, ,Hearst is Complete returns for drainage 82, republican county committee chairman Manhattan Including all cities, republican 40,317, -
|orces, if Hughes, 31,124 Hearst 53,422.
> .. Pennsylvania.
democratic, 25,553. Chairman Dick,
against; 248. says: "Mr, Hughes is -unquestionably -
!: ionly defeated by aOcala.small margin. No elections held in precincts outside ; elected and will have majorIty '. 18 of state committee claims entire.state Special to the Ocala Banner:
of city on account of storm de of 40000. Buffalo, 7:4 p. m.-City with ticket by 5,000. Philadelphia, 9 p, Indications '
v vastation. P I districts to hear from gives Hughes, from returns slowly coming In are
One.-For drainage, 66;'against, 1,223 plurality.. Courier says Hughes' that the _s
Bo- republicans decided
are making
In judge's salaries: * New York, 11 p. m.-Acording to plurality in county will be 3000. Michigan.
57., For Increase incomplete returns from all over Special to the Ocala Banner: gains over the state. r
for, 59; against, 50. WHAT HUGHES SAYS. Detroit, Mich.-Returns from Michigan -
Bullock state received up to 10:30 p. m.,
S. A. .
of the peace Mr. John D. Robertson at about
KFor justice in
: coming slowly. CongressmanW.
Chas. E. Hughes, republican candi-
D. S. Williams; 49 Special to the Ocala Banner: Special to' the Ocala Banner: 10:30 last evening received a private
96 .
; date has been elected governor of J A. Smith, republican, Loud, republican .a <
1 Box Two.-For drainage 42; against, New York City, 9:45 p. m.- Boston, 9:30 p. m.-Of 220 cities. and Fordney republican, message from a friend In New York
state William Randolph ,
:'49. For justice of the peace, S. A. When seen at his home at 9:30 the over Eighty cities and towns in Massachu- elected unanimously. which said "Best Information Is
nominee of democratic party
Williams, 28. said 1 setts give Guild, republican nomi- that
B llock. 82; D. S. tonight, Hughes : am by about Hughes Is elected by thirty
- t very much gratified if I am and independent nee for governor, 23,997; Moran, dem- thousand." 1
I. elected as now seems to'be the forty thousand. Two years ago Gov- ocrat, 13,129. Delaware. Louisiana.

I DcaU't Votes Other Than Amend- case, but I am not accustomed ernor Higgins was elected on the republican Boston 9:30 p. .-This city gives Wilmington, Del-A large vote Special to the Ocala Banner: r

.. ;; ments. to speak in detail upon matters ticket by 80,580. ,Moran democratic nominee for gov- was polled In Delaware today. Ad- New Orleans 9:30 p. m.-Serea

...., Stephen M. Sparkman 105; C. C about which there may be un ernor plurality of 13,072. vices received here tonight from democratic congressmen are elected '

, -.fAllen, 31. certainty. I understand, how Maryland. Boston, 9:30 p. m.-of ,220' citiec Dover state that democratic can in Louisiana by large majorities.

Charles B. Parkhill, 216; James B. ever, that my election Is pretty Special ,to the Ocala Banner: heard from the gubernatorial contest didates for representatives were

;s&Whitfield, '%11. well assured whatever my plu- Baltimore, Md. Nov. 6. 7:45 p. m. stands Guild, republican, 70,033; Mo elected In the fourth, fifth and eighth Blitchton was the first precinct to

=\, Aewton A. BUtch, 22t; R. Hudson rality may be. My feeling is -12 precincts out of 317 heard from ran, democratic 44,685. representative districts in Kent coun wire its vote Into this emcee The

Burr 199; A. c. sm, .16. : W. Clark not one of elation, but of re-, give republicans, 13,990, democrats, Boston, 11:45 p. Republican ty. The fifth Is United States Sena- vote stood, for drainage 9, against
t tt:'B ach, 21. sponslbility;* 106,937. victors in the state election today. tor Allen's home district In Dover. 13; for the increase of the salariesof

". Ed. L. Wartmann 232;. George, G. S t t t. t Governor Guild was re-elected by This is a democratic gain. The returns judges, for }, against 15. All the
>.:Mathews. 239. Special to the Ocala Banner: considerably increased plurality over. from lower Delaware. 'are com officers received nearly a fall rote.Professional. a

:. f D. H. Baker, 239.. New York State Election. Baltimore 9 p. m.-Harry B. Wolff, last year. ing in slowly. -' 1
:; pecal to the Ocala Banner:
< Bell, 247. \ : the third congressional district, -
I Joseph of
; Buffalo, N. Y., Nov 6. The figures Connecticut. Jersey City, 11 p. m.-Daily Press, .
,,' r Alfred Ayer, \ and John B. Gill, of the fourth dis
246.: ..<< Courier complete are: Hearst. S2.012; Gpeclal to the O&Ia Banner: Atlantic City, 'estimates the follow. P-- --------"- --'"
r E. L. Carney. trict, both democrats, elected by
Pasteur 246. Hughes, 31,987. New Haven Conn.:NOV 6. 8:30 p. ing pluralities In Atlantic county: R D-FCLLSR. L,
E. p.lt..nOtE.
'Thos. handsome majorities.
Gardiner member of I
t -Precincts are reporting early and republican
248 m.
J : : a sutocrc.Dentists .
J,- D. Ferguson. iutt1U}
; ; 243. indications are that the entire state congress, 2,500; Elvins, republican i ..
,. W, J, Chambers 10 m.-The Maryland ''
: 227. New York City. p. republican ticket will be elected by assembly; 2,000,
J. M", Mathews. : Special to the Ocala Banner: delegation in congress will be same than in 1904. Over 31 ur roe&Chambliu Back OcataF1a.P .
larger pluralities
232. .
S. R. Pyles, New York, Nor. 6,-101 election dis a's last term.. Republicans have gained North Dakota.

,' ... .N. A. Fort 225.22. }.. .. ','.. tricts outside of New York city, give the first district but have lost the New Hampshire. Special to the Ocala Banner. $..POGS.'ATTORNEY. %
:". aac Stevens. :, Hughes, 15,523 Hearst, 12, 63S. Same third. Congressman Mudd republican -, Fargo :-r. D. 11:30 p. ai-Prelijnl- _
'5R. BUtch; 23t.222. '-,- .. districts .in 1904, gave Higgins, 1S- who fought organized labor In Special Concord to,the N. H Ocala. 9 p Banner Indications; nary returns show Fisk been elected -AT.LAW. \
t L. 178.: D.Wi1118.mS: 360; Herrick ,13,515. Republicanloss last session it is thought has been are that Floyd the republican'nominee judge state supreme court. (Office IB Ciry-Afnew Block.) ,
'" 5. A. 3,037 democratic loss, S77. defeated. OCALA, 'WanatE
is elected
,.17r ,,E, for governor, by majority
: ? C.. W. Smith SO. : > S t t *. S .1 S t t. ., i t of 5,000. over Jameson; the Utah. DwIsl'ENCEi ;
to" the Ocala Banner..
Special, _
'. .. t WHAT L. S. CHANLER SAYS.i .' WHAT THE TIMES SAYS democratic nominee.
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... t. .. ,- ,AI -- '- ..: ...:..-- Salt Lake City,.1130 p. m.-Congressman f A TrORXEY-A -LAW,
;>' HEARST SAYS.ejeclaHoJtbe at large Joseph Howell,
,* WHAT Banner Special to the Oeala Banner: Illinois. UCALA._ r8rLORIIU
: _' 3: Special to the Ocala : ; I
J :30( m.-Rretarns from republican, elected. !
Banner: r\ew.York City, Nov (i. 10:30 ; S New 'York city, 9 p. m.-The Chicago, $ p. I
..:' Ocala ", p. nv-tewis S. Chaaler democratic -(. Tlsjes estimates Hughes' election &00 precincts indicate that independence ; T K. 'ClV 'sr
,Brooklyn, S:15 p. m. Mr.Hlarst .. candidate for lieutenant by majority of 30COO, but t league ticket polled'. over 40- Kentucky.Lodsvlle ; -. :
&,&. said "The few telegrams 000 in tie-cityGeorgia. .: DENTIST.CCAUt.
whey told tonight concedes election of balance of votes Generally complete returns ,
::*i I haw 1:received are very encoura.glng. thatbe.bad governor been elected, said: .. $' democratic ticket throughout .. --- -' from 47 counties out of'119 give ft

!\!' .v. believe I will wjn. '. 1 should be sorry indeed, to be state.. The Herald's bulletins ,' : Beckhan, democrat.. 32.12SHagin, "
'si.> ._I .expected ':OOQOO.naj rlty. but : eJectediifMr.. Hearst is deg indicate that Hughes Is elected Atlanta 9 p. in.-Election, day wasquiet. republican34,137; Hayes, independent rtAJOOS\ i L. SISTKCNKJ : __, .
k< -even if this {ts overestimated' .., ..'feate : n"'i-,, .; by 40COC. i All eleven democratic -:con.gre.3men ,. 25,723; for the United States mORNEY.4T.UW
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:k. New York growing out of the con- each editor will make a resolution to <:'<:

= ". test for governor is Judge Alton B. stay at home during the year and attend :::: :: i I
_- 1, Parker This from the, New YorkDailj .>..>.i .>..>. J
his business more closely
News speaks for itself: >.>. ::::. .'
: that he, did In 1906. The for .:...:. :::
"Alton B. Parker is scheduled ,to reason ,.... :.'..'
make a speech tonight for Charles E. this resolution being taken will be i i

s Hughes, along with a lot of fellows that the lawmakers in Washington' ,. .. _
like Marcus Braun, who never voted decided that he has no right to swap ::.. .:';:

the democratic ticket in their lives. space for mileage.If I

Is it any wonder that Alton B. Parker he has a surplus of space he can .::: .:;
was snowed under in 1904. People swap a small amount of it for taters II I
prefer the real thing republicans to and garden sass. He can swap a large IN r

the Hessian variety." slice with his grocer for a few canned .. ..
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Parker seems to confirm the sus- goods, and he may trade his tailora .:.. .:.:

: picions of the democracy at the time half column to half sole the hurricane -..:. ......
I of his nomination that he was not in deck of his trousers. But when >> ,

sympathy with the party and its purposes he offers the railroad a small slice in :::::::: :::.:;., Ii Iit
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{ but that he belonged to "the exchange for a cushion seat and a :'::: .:::.: GENT' FURNISHINGS
view of the flying landscape througha
interests" and was put forward by i :::: ;:::
_. "the interests," not with an idea or glass window, the wise lawmakerstell ::::. ::::
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him to skiddoo! .. ..
t possibility of his election, but with :: ::
;. the purpose of making it impossible, How hard this is on the average ::::i :::: (

to be to country editor, those who have not __i1Lz-i A : '.
for either party a menace' .. t ,
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them in their future exploitation of mixed with them can realize. The .
the people. first of the month brings the ever .;ji; Yes! thatstooM krk.: SHOES 8 ,

Judge Parker's action goes furher; present bill collector who has such a .: .::.:: It slandsfar D '7 4
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a; it justifies all that William J. Bryan hateful way of Informing the editor '. H.t 1 ft'ode Material. ;
that the bill is old enopgh to have ;:: :::: t Worlu1wt ip. .
said him to his .
concerning prior nom-
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whiskers and is still unpaid. Now it Correct Sf'Ie We have decided discontinue
c* ination. [i :: and Moderate Priee. to handling :, ;
rA ( Referring to the New York platform may have so happened that the poor ; ',;,,.2:' '--' .", 1 .
t- upon which Judge Parker'scandidacy fellow has just returned from the f Gent's Furnishings and will give our cus- .
ostoffice and received a handful of
; .
was on the country
sprung said blue cards from various postofficeswith : Great Bargains in these lines '
"ti Mr. Bryan : mers some :
"My objection 'to Judge Parker is the notification that some half 1n 1 ....

that he goes before the country on a dozen fellows who have been reading :: ::':.::' .......................................... ........... .. .... ...... ..........................
and the paper for five years and not paying -
cowardly straddling platform

_ } that straddlers.. can only. I object appeal to to loaded cowards dice and There a cent is nothing have refused that harrows the paper.the :III FROM TODAY ON WE WILL SELL 0S LONG AS THEY LOST:

a Ana- again: soul of an editor as much as it does 111
to get one of the above notices. Thenit : .
"The influences back of the Parker :: K.nn
_ i candidacy are so intimately associated is that his pass over the railroad :;: MEN'S HATS. MEN'S RAIN 'COATS. SHIRTS.Men'g .

t with trusts and great corporations comes like > a soothing balm to a ::: : : All $5 grades. .. .. .. :. .. ..$3.50 Tailor-Made Rain Proof Coats, $12
troubled soul or like oil upon bois- ; .. .. .. .. fine shirt, all 11.50 mute .f 1.W r
'that the democratic party could not ::: ::: AIMS grades 2.50 Values To Go At $3.50; $3.50 Val.
trous waters. He grabs his hat and :: All $I.U grades . . .1S
appeal to the masses. : All J2 grades. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.50
Then this, which proved to have goes to the depot, gets .on the train ;: All ?L50 grades o. '.. .. .. 1.00 ues Must Go At $2.50. '"'
been and rides awhile.. When he returns :: I

'i "With prophetic such a: candidate the battle his soul has had its balm and he :&: ;;; MEN'S AND BOY'S CAPS. OVERALLS. UNDERWEAR.

{ would begin with a foot race and end i tries to forget the cuss that Dwindled : A and New South Union Overalls, None
new up to date line just received. Siena
him f underwear &H f I grades I 73
out of the five sub
years' scrip- :
with rout"Mr. :. ::
Better. ..
.. All 50 cent -
Bryan charged deliberately that tion.How ::: ::ti All 75 cent .. e'R
All 50 cent grades .. .. 35c. grades 0 SOc.
: 0 All 35
_ "the plutocratic element for the time will it be in 1907, when the :::::: All 25 cent grades .. .. :: :: :::20c. All Jl grades .. .., .. .. .. .. .. 75c. cent grades t$
k was in control of the democratic par pass Is no more? That is the burin- : :::: Heavy Working Shirts In Same Goods i

tv.. Ing question of the hour. Poor little ;:: :: MEN'S TIES! All 50 cent grades. .. o. .. 35c.
Mr. Bryan seems at all times toY weasly country editor! You have very 1:1: : MEN'S SCRIVENS.Scriven's .
few flowers in life it is and : : A swell line of Men's Ties; 50 cent .
as ,
your ::
nave been wiser than his e :
0 party. when : values must go at .. .. .. .. 35c. t HOSE.
,The time has come,however, when your pass is taken from you ::: Underwear None Better.
; there can be no further deception. your cup of ,misery will slosh over.- ::: :::: Men's Hose, all 50 cent grades .. 35c. All $1.25 quality . .0 . Me.

The people refuse to be fooled any Bessemer, (Ala.) Rustler.- .::: MEN'S AND BOY'S COLLARS. : All 25 cent grades . .. .. .. 20c. All $I quality . . .. . S0e.

longer. :.:r :; 400 dozen Collars; 15c. values. 11c. : We Also Have a Nice Lot of Ladies' All 75 cent quality . . .50e.

,The lines have been drawn, and .:::.:

". those who are on the side of predatory Henry Watterson on Draw Poker. ::.::.i V UMBRELLAS. i and Children's Hose.

_ t. wean have helped to draw them by :::::::i::x:: A nice line of Umbrellas to go in All 50 cent grades It .. .. It 35c. TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES.
placing themselves where they belong H. G. Wells, the peripatetic Briton :::; All 25 .. Will Give You Some
: thi sale at prices that will interest cent grades .. .. 20c. Extremely Low
;i Hearst has forced them from who has branded the great American :::;,: :.:;.: you. All 15 cent grades .. .. .. .. 1Cc. Prices in These Lines.
_ ; under cover,-Montgomery Journal. game of draw, poker dull, may be :::; ::
; merely a bidder for notoriety who ::=:.:: .... 4...+....1 .. +++..+............+.+.+.. +.+.. ..++.....+....+........... 4.+..+444.4++++.+4++4+++4+
; THAW TO GO ON TRIAL THIS takes the obviously untenable position ::::

;x WEEK PERHAPS. \ for the purpose of provoking discussion :::: I AS WE HAVE TO MOVE JANUARY FIRST
and drawing attention to :::: ,
Special to the Ocala Banner. himself. If he is in earnest, he is ill ::;:
New York, Nov. 6.-Harry K. Thaw informed. Many interesting opinions :t:d We have decided to reduce our stock of shoes. In order to do this, we expect

if f lord will be White put, probably on trial for this killing week. Stan.Such the upon pulpit poker and have the been press delivered, and Mr.by : f to make prices the drawIng. card. No shelf-worn goods to offer you but the best

is thg general impression in the crimInal Well's view is unique, not to say ri :::
courts building. diculous. ::1:I !1 that, factories produce. Below we mention a few specials we have put the knife a

"I 'do not care to make any state Draw poker has been ::: u
rightly charged :
'meat in the absence of my lawyer, with wrecking homes, with murder- :;::f ,into deep and strong. This includes Men's, Boys', Ladies' and Children's

Mr. Hartridge," was the written answer ing sleep, with taking the bread from :::: both ,
r low
in and
:. to the note sent Thaw yester the mouths of children, with driving ;: high: cuts.

day. the abstemious to drink and with ::.
t Thaw has been in the Tombs since enough other high crimes to condemn I *: ........,................. ..44444444444444444444444LADIES' .......................... ...............'

last June. On October 1, thrity-one it but L :
never till now has. it :: SHOES. MEN'S SHOES.
_ persons charged with murder were been described dull :::: :::: On this table you will find some yea
: Jn that prison. Now only nine remain Did the fortunes of a poker player ;:": ;::; ord-breakers in low prices. High and These are trade winners arranged

to be tried and Thaw is number rest upon the chances of his draw. ':: +:. low cuts in Vici Kid Patent Kid and on tables so you can tee just what

two on the list. Number one is Raf-- ing three of a kind to beat two pair, : ;. ;:, Patent Colt, In prices $3 and $3.50. you are getting. Price cards above

; faelo Gasoono, whose trial is on the or a royal flush to sweep the Jackpot :::::' :::: All go at this sale at .. .. ..$2.23 each table. A rood; lot of high and
_ .-c'algader for the early part of this from the clutching fingers of the :*:' :ti:;;: low shoes at 3.50 and $1.00, to close
_ meek. man across the table made reckless :1:::! .:.:.:.: out at .USS
Only one thing can put off Thaw's by confidence reposed in a full house, ::::
ti trial Lawyer Gleason, of Thaw's draw poker might indeed be only a :.: : 0 ; Just behind this table you will gee
> ::
counsel, got a writ from the supreme! with dice, when the dice tire not loaded :::: 0 another lot just u good In values. la '
c which 1; Q ;:; this lot yon will find $2.50 and 3.00
court forbids District Attorney and the play Is "square," there Is ::,: .
c Jerome-Thaw being indicted al- neither triumph of mind over mind, liii ; o values to go at ... .. .. .. .$us ,

Teady-from calling more witnesses in or mind over matter, but merely the :: : sr,
:: i:
:.60. the case. before the grand Jury. Mr. operations of the law of chance fi y .i. not least by any means E
_ .. Jerome announced that the only effect which the Goddess of Fortune often ::: | line of $1.75 and $2.00

of this writ would be to delay administers in inscrutable ways. ::::: :: t .. at .. .. .. f. ?$1.41

the trial. He can hold back the In a game of draw poker played .:::' ......444444444444.444+... .......................1
trial if he wants to
by gentlemen the resources of the ::
_ A NEGRO -BISHOP IN TROUBLE. I diplomat are brought into play. What :: iI{ Here's your chance to shoe the Little Ones.

i was the Portsmouth conference but Bring them and see what we have to offer. '
I a game of "bluff," cast upon heroic j
Jacksonville, Nov 6.-Rev RichardD. 'lines? The successful poker player's Ili ;I:: TERMS SPOT CASH.
Phillips (colored), a bishop of the ....
capital must consist largely of the :: .
African Methodist church, was arrested -
quality called "cold nerve," and the :; : Here comes a lot that has no equal. Save your change for this table

T. J.yesterday Burdrlx.at United Welborne States, Fla.deputy, by 'ability to mask his own feelings be- I;j r I:::: $1.75, $2.00 and $2.25 values to go at .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . ,$1.49ffiffttr
hind immobile features and read his ::::
C marshal on a warant sworn out by
opponent's mind by the light'of his I::!
Fostoffice Inspector Fred Roege, on
eyes or the almost ::
a charge of sending scurrilous and imperceptible i w.
threatening post cards through the quiver of an eyelash. Herein lies thegambler's :::: J. CHAMBERS SHOE CO
trade and a diversion for ;:: .
mails of to African Rev G.Methodist D. Lomax church, late .bishop thick heads. But there is more than ::::j ..

the charm of chance in this distinct. :::: :; ......................................,.................................................,.............,..................... ... ........................,.............................................. U
_t Rev. Phillips was given a preliminary ..............................................,................................... ..........................'.......'.........................................................:.................,.".'...'.."........ .. ... ... ... .. ... ....
American ::: ., .
ly : .
:::::::-: :: $ :: : ::: y-N.., .
: :
More :: : .
skill : : ... .. ,
game. is : .. .
;: hearing before United States e g........................... ................... ..... : .. .. .:.;.VM..ry.::; ; .'....'....,..'<.'............' .',. .'.;.;.' ;. ,
'r morning Commissioner and was W held M. Archibald in $200 bond this, brought ster who into takes play his than money by the unon game he .......'..:.*.;.A..>.x..*.>.>.:.A..>.>.x..........A..>.xraww.........................................................................>.;.';.AX........>.X--H......<.->.XXVAV.V.V.'A.V.VAVA.....................1.1./. ...........:.-A.W.VW.V::..-:.:.:.:.:.%.w.... ;...;,.:.......Lr.I.I.I.I.T.....:t.:.. ..4444:..:.':-s---*:..=..rr....*..........uu..*.*..v.'o7'.y.*. **,, ******....... *****.*.......*."<'t'.0.....>,.....rr<\\0..<..<'a

turn of the dice or the stock market .
which was furnished, to await the ',
or wagers the result of horse
action of the United States grand races. upon Mr. Harris' Telegram to Hearst. John Temple Graves the brilliant -

jrjy in December.Col. To William Randolph Hearst, New editor of the Georgian pays a magnificent
Frank W. Pope appeared for Draw poker is a game for studentsof York American, New York City N tribute to Hearst In the columns -

the defendant. hunan nMtl'-a battle of wits in v...-. of his paper. We copy extracts
Rev. Wm.. Timothy Washington ana which the man "with duces is not always That class allover the United from it and direct attention of thoseto
Rev J. W. Griffin were the only witnesses looted of his lucre by the man States and throughout the world it who are afflicted with the belief Big Special Sale ofMILLINERY
H'-, examined, and Rev. tf., W Lo with trays. In ihe stock market, and who did not crucify the Christ, whose that Mr. Hearst is a political and

5, max was conspicuous by his absence. at the face course men bet upon in burdens He bore, thank you for your moral degenerate. :Mr. Graves says

Although it was brought out in evidence formation and often upon information brave fight. Considering the forces his home life is idealistic and that he :

r that Rev. Lomax was expelled that makes the possessor of the"tip" arrayed against you you won a great has entered the political strife onlyto
from his position as bishop by the somewhat below the mere victory and there will come redemption be of service to his felolwmen.
general conference of the I. A. M. E. gambler, and upon the level with the in your defeat as in His resurrection
church for certain dereliction In office "sure-thing" man. The honest better Claude L'Engle the brilliant editorof

to which the offensive post cards upon tie races is at the mercy of FRANK HARRIS the Tallahassee Sun, is happy: We have decided to offer the Iorlof W-aItea Leo'U and

referred, Rev" Phillips admitted having croocked owners and the jockeys as Editor Ocala Banner. : John A. Graham, the gentleman he surrounding country something new to th Mtry trade rut

r written and mailed the post cards well as chances that the horsesinany has, been pilloring for some time, has A SPECIAL, MILLINERY SALE We stall oft Fries aad Asir
which were probably the cause fore event "a vain thing for safety" A Good Record. gone down in defeat. It is certainlya today November I. and 10 pat oa sate at ,
Commissioner Archibald to bind him may do his best and yet not defeat Out of all the external remedies on big victory for the Tallahassee edItor entire line ot handsome and up to date rem/ emcee out
MWbi. .
the animal of the market we doubt It there is elr Q\4jlO a
whom he was master one good deal of this
over to the United States court where and shows the power of the line &u only teeo jtegs .. _
that has the record of that world .tfa. Joy' 'CO
The re.
a .judge and a jury will consider the yesterday. outsider who plays I nowned press when In the hands of a vigilant cheap trashy Itock-aU dean fresh I '
plaSter-Allcock's. 'j.1.
It d+
porous a >HW
the stock market is at the
parture in
and mitigating circumstancesand mercy of and the
evidence man.Famous Millinery
has now been in business
use for sixty years and ., not be rettehed by
the elfeiJenu the
dispose of his case accordingly. : politicians and the and still continues to be as popularas competitors, but we can surety sate yes It
r Interesting developments are ex- "system. He: n.ay see his winnings ever In doing its great work of Strike Breakers. but call and see our cooda.OCALA. II'tMef t" YL
pected when the case is called for i wiped out by war or j'-'s'|.'"tie or relieving our pains and aches. It is The most famous strike breakers In

trial.. election .results and can only remain the remedy we all need 'when suffering the land are Dr. King's New Life ______
inert a spectator'of the wreck of from any form'' of ache or pain resulting Pills. When liver and bowels go on
his fortunes. In the game played I from taking cold or over- a strike, they quickly settle the
"\ [ fascination apart from the faro bankor 'strain.Allcock's. trouble and the purifying work goes HOUSEMILLINERY
:v 0lilNEKYfc01L the chuck-a-luck board. plasters are sold by druggists right on. Best cure for constipation
in every part of the civilized headache and dizziness. 25 cents at
Draw poker may be charged with world. Tydings & Co. Druggists. m

,enough sins to damn it utterly, but PARLORS ?
:irrs.SORES.BuitNS the man who calls it dull has no
< i & RHEUMATISM more than a rudimentary knowledgeof Dainty willow goods for dainty H.-Thalgott, proprietor of the Dunn- _
parlors. Your inspection will convince ellon Variety Is '
Bakery now MRS.
'A. the game.-Louisville "Courier- prepared MINNIE
fi i Tydings & Co.. Druggists,. Ocala, Fla. Journal. you of their merit 'Ocala furniture to ship bread plea and cakes on X BOSTICK prop.
Co. 'X. short notice.. Give me a trail. x
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NOTICE.A .' -. -,. -'. .-, '.-"- -

2'o ys meeting of the. board of county
commissioners of Marion county, We Never Disappoint Our Patieuti'W. : .

Florida, held on Monday. October 1,

1906 the following were named as Fulfil! Etiry Proalst tad Htm NoW hi FIlM *....*.
inspectors and clerks of the general WE Strtotart wtUcM th. knife feaifteftad TMio ie. \rttit4HC ..
election to be held in November CUBE paba.* dt *U a tna b aU.a.| CMtri Bi *d F i*
1906: .ar.d savor to rotes, wlthAt* M.r.iuT or aUMni Mutant Loa of DlabV

Ocala, Dist.. No.1, box No. 1-a ,\ PoettinI1..41 Tile ) stag Sled!.!!Ca U aostlaaiaria.te u heteaaon *,t4..
M. Livingston J. T. Lancaster D. A. I law of tao !eta of G.orf!a for II tmtacttMl area<
I DtrYOUAAtthlRl'-c&I.UCL Dr. IT. L L4.! 1M Wapda
Miller J. M: Graham
4 |toUtutiMtM.Utiue&i eoau.'tlo8.peottatl .
clerk. Box No. 2.-D. S. Wiliams. f IfrafUaM aBla .t B7.idM44.aPpI U.
John Pasteur W. C. Jeffords Inspectors 1 Out...tit ta." &rfailllftut rheoatt /W... Y......
tied wt us both.ed1uI u4.1M&rtal .sets
; W. W. Clyatt clerk Oaf cdcu aN IQatppsd witla a.l sb.4s1vu
Reddick, Dist. No. 2S.. L. Friday la.I'nr.tte1d ay.sse "'. rttrIa 1do, iv
medical, OvlUlIut
CIQJItrtUOI non to t i
C_ M. Cam L. S. Light inspectors; ao era la CTtry Napa, aD4 v. omptortntni .... k. W
t TO GET THE GGINGER Ed. Ron clerk.Flemington sad t pbp1dau ens aueodaata.Mtq u.bugl.Wo Lady. tlaauaad pt4tlt.tu4

Dist No. 3-W. D. employ BO Biit Mathews, C. H. Gray, Ben Mixson !. MDQBan-(X 0.JX'i or eaut.t for ?I..tu.Vltythi .s
.w" ,;:pI\d.\\ laitaUca.. Oar terms tor tnatasi M arms* fto
REB clerk.
ROCK ALE jr., inspectors; D. E. Mathews IIO.W per BMMtk.(atadlolaca lad i4 4j sad we pe.1Ss astaia .
Cotton Plant. Dist. No. 4-J. L. B. aae ol*Biro diMs a speet9d tttu.

Hudgens, J.' F. Parker J. H. Pierce, HYBEST ffnRuUt d. CHROMIC DISEASES "' ";nl =tad:=

N c 17.L! ... -t.::: inspectors; C. Y. :Miller clerk. k1 sea U KidDe wi Illadh Itreater 8x.0
;u, J. (t nJ\ Raptare, leUM.I.. A vAAV* **fc W.B. ..1 aria Ju4
Romeo, Dist. No. 5-A. Markham um.amm.PiJJJ D1Hu, smote aaUcaut Wo U+a. Catanb
Li J. A. Wiggins J. B. McGehee; inspectors N... 7ttat Uea4 and IAUit' vtMMM st ETA u4
Ny + I Joe J. Turner, clerk. N. K. KINO M.Cyt Do Coo* pu...e. of YTomwa. aaefe M fctiuw
Y ; UIIIAtllral Di.lcllarreu4.1ICta ka M" ,t-..&.
t Always look for tMvi ala
the Red Rock Crown Stopper on Heidtville DifeL No. 6-A. R. taatroa U today reprcl1JlrJOVCO.CCUOD IfJoa 4. ttek .* afiUo1''t4d. 0. aa.M 'p
bottles. Brooks H. A. Ross, R. D. Stokes, in- write lead yon rif UMriwr*.IndoalDf IfIIit..biuki(or BOB.trcaiocak
That is your guarantee of quality ; your spectors; Charley Whiddon. clerk. r CONSULTATION, XXASU rATION AND ADTICETFRtB: .r
v ritKimtst. cm A>uni
; : v 7 assurance that you get a Ginger Shady Dist. No. 7-T. J. Barnes, Qne liNG MEDICAL pn vu.p Xiruttiuiruittisu aiisniit IL
pure inspectors
John Morrison, ,* James Goons
. G; Ale instead of colored pepper-heated + ; J. M. iouglass; clerk.
h9 c Dist. No. 8 J. W. -
Summerfield, -
t: d
water.say Say P D ROCK and KR15? p Davis W. S. Grimes, L. B. Branch,

it PLJL\r.n inspectors; S. J. Dillard, clerk. THE e
Lake Weir, Dist. No. Charles
a astivt aaco(:o tK Clements, J. H. Moon H. H. Harris,

; Oa salo 1 h boitiea at all groceries c AHAMA, 4 inspectors; W. E. McGahagin. clerk.
Moss Bluff, Dist. No. 10-E. L. Mar
ete., and on draufjat at tin J. T. Lewis A. W. Fort Inspec- MarionHardware) Conpaiy) )

seth fountain i't tors: J. C. Pillans. clerk.

Grahamville, Dist. No. 11-P. L. ,

Duriso, B. I. Hull P. T, Randall, in- -HEADQUARTERS -

l spectors; B. L. Hickman, clerk.
Salt Springs Dist No. 12-W. P.
American Wire .'
Manufactured by THE RED ROCK COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida. Williamson D. E. McRae Enoch Fencing, .
Wells inspectors/ Calvin Long clerk.

_, __u__ Fort McCoy Dist. No. 13-W. S. Sash,|Doars and Blinds
Priest G. D. Turner, Joseph Thomas
i many others of the best and most expensive -I word that I would rather be defeatedten '
THE KIND clerk. Paints., Oils and Varnishes
OF STUMP I inspectors; J. W. Stevens i.
lawyers in this state to find II I times over than see the peopleof Orange Springs, Dist No. 14-D. .!.-

:f out why that thing has been done. I this state practically denied their H. Mathews D. M. Waldron U T. Mill and Mining Supplies

OFcITOR HEARST IS. And on the same page of this paper .i rights as American citizens, to nominate Matchett inspectors; Frank. Jordan ... "'. ,' ,
: is 'an article which shows that by petition.The clerk. -
.v Turpentine Snpplies
Hill has been retained. The article newspapers are questioning my Linadale, Dist. No. 15-C. A. Me- ,

has a head which reads: "Hill is sincerity and that animated feather Craney J. B. Booth T. L. Johnson.
i ii ,Quick, Vigorous, Incisive-Has I retained former senator will argue duster who is parading about the inspectors; C. J. McCraney, clerk. Improved Farming TopIs: ]
Dist. No. 16-W. J. Crosby
i Won Additional Laurels asa I the appeal of the independence state is also questioning my sincerity.I Citra Stuart inspectors .
D. F. iSmmons Ramey
leaguers in court tomorrow" etc. say in reply to them that the best ; R. K. Wartmann clerk. $ GET OUR PRICES '

Great Debater. My friends we are beginning to test of my sincerity in opposing the Anthony Dist. No. 17-A. R. Griffin

meet with the same opposition from trusts is the sincerity of the trusts in E. C. Sims, Warren Milligan inspectors

the criminal trusts. and from the opposing me. ; J. D. Bassett clerk.

complaining tools of those trusts that we met The enemies I have made in these' Martin, Dist No. 18-F. M. Towns- Marion Hardware Company
Mr. has
Hughes been
.; with last year. And some of the most trusts are your enemies and they are end, J. J. Knoblock W. P. Wood, inspectors

that I have said some plain things slavish of their tools on the board of my enemies because they are your ; N. J. Townsend clerk.

about some of his friends but I elections in New York city last year, enemies and because I have used my Stanton Dist. No. 19-H. C. Morri
J. E. Adams inspectors -
W. Allsopp
maintain that that is not my fault helped McClellan to steal the office resources in helping you to fight them.I son; Geo. E. Snow clerk.
that he holds.I the Ice Trust and the Gas
now fought Dist. No. 20-J. B.
Tand that he should not have that Blitchton,
state publicly that this board is Trust and the Beef Trust and the George E. L. Ferguson ,W. P. Ham-
kind of friends. For I said
is instance corrupt.I Railroad Trust not to save the few mones inspectors; -S. J. McCully

that Mr, Pat McCarren had no more say publicly that one member on dollars in increased cost in ice and gas clerk. ,

right to the name of democrat thana this board has been under .indictment and coal to my family but the hundreds Belleview, Dist. No. 21-J. A. Freeman _

a carrion crow has to the name of seventeen times and that another of .thousands of dollars in increased J. L. Wishnant, Joe Lucius inspectors

American'' eagle. That is unfortunate,' is a 'creature of McClellan who cost in ice. gas, coal and :' O. M., Gale clerk

but It is true and I do not intend toT served his master shamelessly last transportation to all the people of.all McIntosh Dist. No. 22-J. W. Reed,
H. M. Estridge J. S. Neal, inspect
retract it ,simply because Mr. Hughes year and stands ready to serve him the state of New York.
tors; W. E. Allen, clerk.
does not like the truth to be told shamelessly this year.I And the men that are trying to de- Pedro. Dist. No. 23-S. G. Loved, % -%

.,"about his particular friends. assert that another is a creatureof feat me now are the same who J. C. Perry H. R. Shaw inspectors;

Last night I' happened inadvertently McCarren known throughout the have been trying to rob you for a M. M. Proctor. clerk. /1 1sT

to speak of another friend of .Mr, state as a lobbyist of the Standard long time Mr. Hughes orginally said Dunnellon Dist No 24-J. L. Leit- &

Hughes. As I was leaving a hall at Oil Trust.I that he was responsible for this de- nero I. J. Titcomb H. D. Wood in-

Auburn some one asked me about moved yesterady to indict this cision in the eighty-cent gas case Candler Dist. No. 25-J-, N. MarshalJ. :(ei1e
I I Albert inspectors
O. McLain
Mr. Osborne and I had to say that I election board. The exact facts of his appearanceare HIghtower :
J. H. Mathews, clerk.
really did not know much about him And with the best lawyers obtainable these; Judge Lacombe after Mr. ;
spectors; W. J. Mixon clerk.
;' except that he had been.arrested once in the state of New York we Hughes had argued before him hand Sparr, Dist No. 26-D. L. Grantham

:t .:;:l f- for wearing false whiskers. And I are making every effort to upset other ed down a decision in which he enjoined J. Lovell. W. D. Eminisor inspectors;

jNald I suppose ,Mr. Osborne's en: rulings of this board. The petitionsof the attorney-general and the S. E. Civils. clerk. \

:{; thuslasm for Mr Hughes was due to the people sacredly entrusted to district attorney and the gas commission Eureka. Dist. No. 27-E. E. Howard 1

'the fact that Mr. Hughes's whiskers its care have been marked and mu- and all their associates and servants J. H. Prevatt. Henry Dudley inspec

were genuine and that I could understand tilitafed.and in many cases destroyed. from interfering in any way tors; Irvin Wellhorner. clerk.

how a man who had to wear Scores upon scores of these petitions with the Gas Trust and allowing the Levon, Dist. No. 2&-J. Y. Hicks,
H. E. Morris. M. B. Pritchett, Inspectors -
false whiskers should be enthusiastic have been thrown out and the actionof Gas Trust to charge one dollar per clerk.
; B. Turner
,about a. man whose whiskers were the board has been sustained by thousand cubic feet in defiance of Kendrick Dist. No. 29-G. B. Chap-

a ? genuine.. even if they were' the. only the courts, even as .the pourts last' the law. pell C. L. Whitehead w: A. Finley

. t genuine thing/'aobut him.:, yeardecided that the people had no Overcome by this effort which inspectors. ; C. C. Priest jr., clerk.

On- the first page of a Syracuse right to have their votes honestly !. gave the gas company all that it desired -' Martel. Dist. No. SO-Henry Seck-

r ;1 newspaper the editor asks some questions counted but must abide by the returns and more than it had hoped finger M. P. Frink F. w: Blitch. in- FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK

and I am going to answer them. of corrupt election officials, no for Mr. Hughes packed up his bag spectors; Arthur Cuthill clerk.
He : matter how false those returns': maybe and went to Europe. Fairfield Dist No. 31-A. Gl Youge BETWEEN
; says J. B. DeVoe C. C. Wills, inspectors; .
"Your audience :will without doubt The heat of the summer was coming D. B. Payne, clerk.
of e e t Jacksonville and New Yark.
be largely composed of members on, and he preferred the congenial Geiger Dist. No. 32-Charles Curry
, trades unions to whom particularly Your elected officers have betrayedyou I snows of the Alps and the green H. R. Drehe. W. W Geiger inspectors

you are appealing for support In the in many cases; your newspapers valleys of Switzerland to the hot and : D. R. Zetrouer clerk. Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
like the New York World for example S. T. SI TRU 'K.
coming election. I court rooms of our country t.G .
I am appealing to all members of trade are faithless in this emergency.' But some of us stayed behind and Clerk Circuit court Marion County, ,

unions In this election no more thanI We must win thi3'election almost I' some of us fought the gas cases, and -

am appealing to all other American unaided still we can win it and will finally: Mr. Shearn and I secured a THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN IDES I

citizens in this election. And I am win it if we have confidence in each j decision from the highest court in itiWifi- '
trades unions with the other and confidence in our cause. FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEEN
:. appealing to this state which was handed down
r ai
same arguments that I resent to The New York World has been systematically few days ago, and which enjoined the Jacksonville, Boston and Providence Y
and about me for years and all Eastern Points.
and the farmers lying
,business. men gas company not the officers of the
all other citizens. tor. I do not have but when the lying was merely per. state, but the gas company from interfering :PayYouH! Calling at Charleston Both Way..
for one class in sonal I have not noticed it. I 1Sothb.d
.t one set of opinions with the consumersand SEMI WEEKLY SAILINGS.
and anota- the Spanish war I fitted outlay i
dt one section of the country During iI I from cutting off their gas and from

t er set of opinions tor another class yacht with 6-pounders and rapid taking out their meters as long as ................-....- ....".......-...................".-..Prea lwUf Wirfc Bsata
section of the country fire guns and arms and ammunitionto You have Real Estate
i 'in another all my arguments on what make it a war vessel and I pre they paid eighty cents a thousandfeet 1C If to sell any- I Nrthbnni .......-..-.."...... hon fot of Catisrhi Strut, uw=:T1IIt
but I base in accordance with the law. ,
and what will sented it to the United States gov fOR
is best for the After this had been made clear, River Line.
. whole community. ernment. I did this while many of Clyde St. Johns
benefit selling Mr. Hughes ceased to claim the credit -
associations of busi these trust millionaires were I'
I said before and before county fairs their boats to the government for two for the gas decision but said Hearst Y u're thinking of coming Between Jacksonville and Sanford

ness men. labor their value. When the deserved no credit for it, but that IF to Florida for a home
last times
{ the same thing that I said for good or government three accepted my boat as a Whitney did. Now of course you Sad;is; at tusks, Ast::, Be: sf9ri (ttt&:1) lid 1tume.1& day believe in good wages I will Lana St. J&23 Eire .
heard of and : oa :
board ot never Whitney nas
because It benefits trade present and put its men on ORIF
( 'work. but because it benefits it. the World came out with a story I I tell you who he is. Steamer of Jacksonvilleare
I unions merely, community. which said; "Hearst's yacht seized by During the four years'fight which Mr. You desire to invest in any City

_\ the whole is States government for Shearn and I made against the Gas kind of Florida property kppoiated to Sail as follows: Lear Jack ayU:' 4aiJ,. except Sttardan.. '..3o pa
wealth as United ,
s The distribution the Returning leave Saaford.dirty except Sa diy.at eta a.m.
creation of wealth. smuggling Trust. Mr. Whitney was retained a
t: Important as the election frauds in couple of times. He made a couple.
the late
is well After
po When wealth iwages and goods salaries New York when hundreds of thous- of appearances and he registered a' TO SEE R 'Downn SCHEDULE Nwt,"BMaIead M

-,., through' good have the power to ands of false votes were cast against couple of failures. Now, I am sorryto OR WRITE K0a4 tri ,
of people .
i the mass this for I know he did his -
in rewards for say
purchase the money is spent at the me. I offered $20.000 Lean 3 10 p. m. ___.,....,."." JadtMtlyUl ..,,_....,_,,..,.. Attie I. L a s
r stores order goods from convictions for illegal voting and hundreds best to earn his retainer and retainer 843 P. IlL :-., ... ....,._ Palatka ... ..,,,.., ."... La" 1 os p.. .
f.etores., the were arrested and was '$1. 00. which I paid to J. I'IIIIINGSION &SONS 300 t. tat "........,' ------ ... Astor _......+-.r..+.r.... 3 3e p.a : -
.; the factories the factories raw of repeaters _____1tt.: PraJaCls-..."..,,,_..,,.. eo .
from the farms and the seventeen were convicted and sent to him to be on the side of the people. Arrive 830 L 10. _..,....-_.." .. Saa'.rel -" -----_.. ".. ,. %R
material prosperity is general and Sing Sing. They confessed that they If Mr Whitney exhibited public OtALA. FLOlllA. 1000 a. V1t __- vEn1crprUew.._- to Ie a a

mines,, and I had voted for McClellan and two for spUrt he exhibited $1,500 worth I .

universal.prosperity of the legitimate Ivans but the World came out and retained him again in the election General, Passenger.. and Ticket OfficI, 122 Welt Bay St. Jackaonvill.

The bribes repeaters. although fraud cases' and paid him Burnett -
.' business man depends upon the purcahsing said; caught $3.700 and if he exhibited patriotism Jerry F. )(. IRONMONGER, JK. Asst Ceal Pas. Agent,in Wut Bav St..TacfcmiviUe.lla.W. .
power of the masses. the repeaters had been .G.COOPER.J a..Freight AieaL C tOVfitL. SuperiaUttOettt.
I favor trades unions and convicted through the rewards I I there he exhibited just $3,700 worth.I Foot 01 Hogan Street,Iacksoovlte. Fla.
Therefore I Merchant'Tiloring. AC. HAGEiTV,Gea'l Eut' Pass A.lt.\ew York. CtYDS MONK Ceal PrX Alt,%(. T,
understand why Mr, Hughes
i. and farmer's gauges and all organizations had offered. I
which tend. to distribute the The World cannot tell the truth : should desire the credit for this fight. THEO G. EGER, Vic President and General Manager. I

ealth of the community justly even in its own polls, for last Thurs- for in the same way if Mr. Hughes General Office Pier 26 North River. Branch 290 Broadwt), New York.

'-Y.rough the masses. Therefore I am day. it said: exhibited any patriotism in the in .

topposed to trusts and monopolies and "Hearst 5.090. surance _cases he exhibited just $25. -

#t such organizations that extort money "Hughes. 4003. 000 worth and Mr. Hughes is entitledto Ocala, Florida. -

from the people and withdraw "Hearst's plurality. 937." the same credit for/failing to accomplish -
from ,the masses the money that Now even a child knows that anything in the gas cases Finest Imported and SOUTH FLORID: ALOAN and ,TRUST CO.OF

r Blight be spent at the stores an4 forwarded 4,003 subtracted from 5,090 leaves that Mr. Whitney was entitled to. Domestic Cloths; .
; to and 937. I do not like personalities' this -
i. to the factories and sent 1.0S7 not SpecialtyFits
Cutting a
':r.:'jUae mines and the farms The World in regard to these pe kind and I will make a propositionto Guaranteed. ARCADIA, FLA.
am opposed to trusts' because titions said: "Seventy-three nominees Mr. Hughes in order to stop them.If .

':::"'\ they legally and unjustly oppress they out Murphy Hearst deal not a Mr.. Hughes will stop lying aboutme CAPITAL STOCK, $1,000,000.00.

t and interfere with general fact. Appellate division ousts practically I will stop telling the truth about

prosperity;;:Now 't1 editor- further wants to nominees" I 'do not Question any corporation ntt'\\f\ FINANCIERS 'IN SOUTH FLORIDA.
free that you should depend -attorney's right to hold opinionon
of the petitions} The press any
:3' know why so many Offers to Home Builders long time Payments and to investors, of both
ln'an emergency such as any subject, or to argue any side DEPOSIT
for the independence
of the candidates and small means an unequaled opportunity for a safe sound and
instead of helping you is gloating of any case for a fee but I do deny $
the state senate this R. R, Faro PtU.: Noja
\doague' for congress. investment that will yield aa unusual rate of interest
0<,< and I ,want to know over, this situation, and lying his right to question the sincerity of tajea oa tuition. BEST -
:are: thrown ,out, earth. Don't delay. Write*-dal.llIUSIWJCOU.tS.Iac" .
aadchaaynt on
tbat\ U. the re* about a deal, a man who does his best to serve his OOALA
that same thing and. aoaGiti '" W. H MOORE, Special Agent ,. n..
,: :: ""son I engaged.' .DiViiJ Bennett. Hill and :)11 friends I give, you my solemn! fellow citizens without, a tee. '. .

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own knowledge that to have gone Into What They are Doing in the Land of Almost a Failure in Both Texas and;I 'Female Weaknesso:

: I W. R. HEARST IS. this' combination would have added the Grapefruit and Pine. Mexico.

: greatly to Mr. Hearst's revenues,
Citrus Growers are busy planting Gonzales, Texas, Nov. 4, 1906.
and I know that'the only reply that .

what; Nathan Straus, the Mi. Hearst was: "I would don't make'believe to the in suggestion combi-- their Charles lettuce.Kranner, of Sanford, is *, Three'months ago the pecan Last Fall," writes Airs. S. G. Bailey of Tun- > '

i-.. putting}in a good acreage of celery.. crop of Texas'was a most prom' Va. "I I down
nations. I am against ..them for others was going by inches, ;, :
Merchant Philan- month it is counted
J; Great It is said that oranges are a ising one. Today I

i- of -Him. ., ,, and and I I am shall againstthem always be for against myself later than last year at Lakeland.At almost a failure. The crop is from female disease, with great pain. After tak- ;.,

thropist' Says them," This fact should dispose of Indianola oranges" are coloring now estimated at twenty '' ing Cardui, Oh!J. Myl How I was benefited I I
t i' nicely and the crop will be good. carloads, as against seventy-

1';. one When foolish any falsehood.man attacks Mr. Hearstin C. G. Justice is shipping some five for the year previous. Last am not well yet, but am so much better that I will :

-v. To be able to publish such a letter nice grapefruit from Altamente year Gonzales shipped out '
:my presence I ask him: "Do you very keep on taking Wine of Cardui till I am perfectly
k "as that which follows, and especially know Mr. Hearst personally?" Springs. eight car loads, 'while this year e

in at Some small shipments of pines are the. local shipments are expected cured."
to have reserved it, part In every'case the answer is "No. _
; being made daily from White City to reach a total of four '
is than a sufficient offset t have never known: a man who actually '
least more
knew Mr Hearst to express for:, which are netting $4 t6. car loads, or one-fifth of the es- Despite the envious attacks of jealous enemies
to a great deal malicious. false- A. Y. Fuller, of Winter Garden, has timated Texas crop. '
Juxffl. him anything save admiration and raised a naval orange that weighs one "* and rivals, Card i still holds supreme position y
'Mr. Nathan Straus is well known to When a man : "I only know and one half pounds. The pecan crop of Texas and Mexico in the
_ says dispatches today [as past 70 years] for the relief and
Pears are still being shipped from is almost a failure. Recent
all the inhabitants of this city-and about Mr. Hearst what I read, I m I '

held in grateful remembrance by the ply that I know Mr. Hearst intimately ,I Chokolaskee, and are netting good \in the daily"papers of the cure of female diseases. It stops pain, tones up
figures for the growers. state place the total Texas crop at
in a business way and in a social
very poor. Dover will this year ship 13,000 twenty car loads, which is but little the regulates ;
That I have visited him his organs,
It was Nathan Straus who organizedthe boxes of oranges; mostly brights, more than one-fourth that of last ,
home and know his home life, andI '
distribution of free coal during against only 1,000 last year. year.A the functions, and aids Write us & letter iescriWir entour :, .
say to my friends that )Ir.Hearst symptoms and we will teed y.. :
times of great hardship. He' was the The weather at Sanford recentlyhas member of the firm of Stahl Free Advice In plain' sealed envelope.'
lives in his home life as I do, except in the I of
first man in-New York to do 'this. been very fine especially for let- Bros., of this city, who are the largest replacement Address: ladies'A9 visory De rha et.
that he lives very much more modest. ; The ea.ttznoogaMeiiciaeco.putn-
The poor mothers and the poor tuce planting and the truckers are handlers and shippers of pecans in Bocf,Ten:!.
i ly, and very much more inexpensive- a misplaced
children of this city realize with very busy. south Texas, stated this morning to y organ.

.'gratitude that the- Nathan Straus ly. The grepefruit and orange ship- an Inquirer: reporter'that prices were
I have never seen a man rise fasterin At Every Drug Store in $1.00 Bottles
: milk charity has saved actually tens ments from Fort Myers last week higher now than they had ever known
judgment of affairs, Judgment of
ef thousands of children's lives. amounted to 9,485 boxes, making a them to be. This is caused by the ,
men, than has Mr. Hearst.
Mr. Straus, at great expense to [ total of 44,069 for the season._ shortage in both the Texas and Mexican WINE
And I am firmly convinced that
_k himself, in money, time and effort, The work of shipping the fruit of crops. These -sections are lergely ns
has, persistently fought the battle of there is no man in Manhattan Island the Crescent City is now on. ,Mostof looked to to supply the markets of CARDUI
_ who tries to do right or means to do
,pure milk for children; he has done than the fruit is well colored, especially .the world, and when they do not OF
right more earnestly he.
t k more-he has given the milk to the the grepefruit.W. come up with the goods the price \:
If the citizens of this city knew
Duncan has bought the or- takes a turn skyward in consequence.An .
Mr. Hearst as I and many others know .
His milk stations are scattered of William Brown, D. L. Inquirer reporter visited one <
ange ,
him they would be ashamed of, the .
; through the city. The milk is. given Gaulden and :Mrs. Andrew Carlile, of of the best known pecan bottoms in -
unjust attacks made upon him. .
free on the prescription of any physician MIms, in all about 10,000 boxes. the county several days ago, and '1'r
I have not in my lifetime been us- H. ROBINSON, Pre; -1
_ .. and at any moment mothers ually deceived as to men.. I believe Dania did not suffer from the recent which last year yielded nearly' 20,000pounds S. H. BLITCH, Mgr. J. C. BOOZER Asst Mgr 1

x with young children can buy the milk that I have had experience enablingme storm very much. Only a few and was informed by the owner r GEO. J. BUTCH, Teller. ,

at a price far below the original cost acres of vegetables were lost and that there was probably not more
to judge character, and I am willing '
_ to Nathan Straus. some fruit blown from the trees. than one half bushel of pecans in .

: :Whoever in the hot summer has stands to for.stand I am for grieved what Mr.at attacks Hearst The late cold snap has had the ef the entire bottom this year. On the U The Strong Hold the .4

c seen the tired mothers. push a baby feet of ripening and coloring up the other hand there are several placesin >-_
A made upon him, and while I know "
carriage up to one of the Straus milt. oranges and grepefruit and the crop the county where the yield is re- : ]
they are based in some instances upon .
depots, and get for one cent a bottle is now beginning to move in earnest. ported fairly good. ,
ignorance I feel that reflect '
x of pure, 'pasturized milk for the little they E. B.' Redfield is the only shipper While the firm mentioned contracted

child must know the quality of the upon the community, which should of oranges from Auburndale so far early in the'season for 50,000 COMMERCIAL BANK <-J
not allow itself to be deceived.But .
L work that Mr. Straus has done. this season, having sent out three pounds at 5 1-2 cents, they claim the ,

x- Mr. 'Straus is' as well_ known to if I did not know Mr. Hearst cars which were well colored and j pecans on the open market in Gonzales :

the business men of this country, as as I do, if I were a stranger here in sweet. today will bring from 8 centsto OCALA, FLfl. : .,j

.' he- is to the poor mothers of New New York city, I would be in his favor The recent storm was beneficial to 9 cents. They made their purchase

_ York, Rochester, Chicago and other because of those interests opposed the orange crop, it is stated by the several months ago and received the j

cities to which his noble charity to Mia.American. commission men, in that it shook off first installment of 6,000 pounds on Has Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced _

has been extended. people, I know, mean to a large quantity of inferior fruit. I Tuesday. t t-5 r

Mr. Straus' letter speaks for itself.It do the right thing, and they do it An immense strawberry acreage While it is not likely that a single by its Large and Increasing

is based upon personal knowledge, when the truth is before them. They has been planted in the Sanford sec solid car load of pecans will be ship- :

___ We submit to men of business that would support Mr. Hearst overwhelm- tion this fall and a large crop js ex ped out of ,Gonzales, it is conservately Business '' :;:

i, the opinion of such a man as Nathan ingly if they knew him, and if they pected. The first berries should be estimated that the local shipmentsby

Straus .universally honored, should realized how shamefully falsehood on the market soon after Christmas. express and freight will reach a

have more meaning for them than and mud are thrown at him. They boast of some fast orange total) of four car loads, or about one .
_ .' the falsehoods published in trustowned It ought not be necessary to arguein packers at Palmetto. A. L. West fifth of the Texas crop. .

newspapers, or the attacks inspired detail for a man who has devotedhis packed 104 1-2' boxes in five hours -

by the trusts that W. R. Hearst energies for years unquestionablyto and fifteen minutes! which was after FLORIDA ORANGES BETTER.

has persistently fought-New York the public welfare, but this one factI wards beaten by a negro who packed -

y American. would point out to business men 109 boxes in the same length of Ripe Fruit Brings ,Fair Prices- DIRECTORS:

t I am going to vote for William Ran- and others. Grapefruit Bring 450. R. S. Hall -
time.More George MacKay J. K. Christian
__ ; dolph Hearst for and advise harvested about
_ governor Money is the root of all evil, -in hay is being H. A. Ford 'z. C. Chambliss '
all my friends to vote for him, because 'politics especially. DeLand this fall than for any previous New York, Nov. 4.-Florida orangesare T. T. Monroe J. B. Brooks

I am a democrat, and because year, and it is just as good becoming more plentiful and
Every man knows Mr. Hearst
I believe the time -as come to put a intimately know that with him money hay as is shipped from the west and while it, is true that a good portionof less
receipts more or
curb which.on are those arrayed dangerous against influences him. I ,I is no object whatever for This which making one hay must at pay home$20 saves per ton.the green and sour, some of it is showingup In addition to its'excellent facilities this! Bank

am aware that those who oppose him Mr. Hearst ,said to me in a big farmer and grower many a dollar. better. At Thursday's sale there .

p raise the cry of "demagogue," "breeder :transaction recently, "I don't care so Pecan growing in Florida should be was one car of the Parson Brown has the advaetage of a competent, capable and good' e

of discontent" and. "dangerous 'ele I much about the money side of it," profitabble. Timothy Kimball, of New variety which was very good and

'' :::;s ment." :and his actions proved hjs sincerity. Cadiz, near Veteran City, has an orchard ranged $2.60@3.05. It is expected that Board of Directors and a strong body of Sockholders.

Every new ,idea that is honest and Nobody can Imagine that.Mr. HearstIs of eight trees, which last by next week the receipts will be

... every new leader that is honest are in politics except in the hope of year produced a crop of 400 pounds, more liberal and the quality considerably .

=.( attacked that way. adding to his reputation among his which found ready' sale at 20 centsa better.Grapefruit THE CENTRfU NATION L BANK

Every American child knows how fellow citizens and increasing the pound. Mr. Kimball expects a crop is still in liberal sup ,

.:. 'shamefully Abraham Lincoln was at number of his friends. of over 500 pounds the coming sea ply. The large sizes have the pref-

tacked when his only desire was to With his tireless'' energy and his son.-N. Y. ProduceNews.TO erance. As high as $4.50 was realized OF OCALA,

L serve his fellow men. And we all genuine devotion to humanity Mr. but the bulk of the stock ranges

remember the laughter and sneers Hearst combines sound judgment. and ADVERTISE GRAPEFRUIT. $2.50@3.25. Ruhlman & Co., have had .... '>
and revelings aimed at Mr. Roosevelt 15 cars. The fruit is coming better .;-'-"
: when he was police -commissioner of tact.An instance of this is his selectionof The Atwood Company Will Spend colored. It runs, however, heavily to '

: New York city by the newspapersthat Michael Davitt, to whose memorywe $25-000 in Best Magazines. I 64s and smaller sizes. During the

are now reviling Wiliam Randolph all pay tribute, when the dread- i week the trade has dragged a little. New furniture

Hearst. ful Kischineff massacre occurred. It New York, Nov. 4.-An innovation The best fruit which has shown up on Ju t In n nWe

t'I We need in the nation and in the was left to Mr. Hearst, selecting Mr. in placing Florida grapefruit before the market this week has been that

state today a practical application of Davitt as his fitting representative, the public has been instituted by from the celebrated Atwood farm at

It ., the principles for ,which William to tell the world of Russia's crime the Atwood Co., of Mannista which Mannista. The grove will have 60,-

ft Randolph Hearst stands-the principles against civilization. And there are has a grove of 250 acres of grape- 000 obxes. -

of honesty and independence. in hundreds of thousands of men in this fruit. It produces porbably the most ,
in the state of COUGHS UP'BUCKSHOT..
;: government wilt"never perfect grapefruit g
I country who I hope 'forgetthe
A change is needed and it must service he Florida, and no pains have been spared -
rendered that
rr come. x day.I to bring the fruit to the highest It Had Been in H. L Mill's Body are now prepared to make MOSS MATTRESSESthe .>
must ,confess that I-feel a personal Since the Civil War..
The principles that Mr. Hearst state of perfection. The owners
'. stands for must Inevitably prevail interest in Mr. Herast's election. I this% farm believe that it is worth kind thafwilllast, also to clean and renovate .:'

have tried for some years, within the Portland Ore., Nov. .-In a vio- ,
;! in this! country u they do not come while to educate the consumers of
_ now through Mr. Hearst they must limits of my means, to make it .possible fruit to use the delicious fruit from lent fit of coughing shortly before his old enes. We buy and sell ,

W 'come a :few years later through some for the poor women and child Florida. They set aside about $25- death at a local hospital, M. L. Mills,

x other Deader, It is to the interest of ren of New York to secure at a nominal 000 to advertise its qualities in the an Oregon pioneer of 1876 and a

us all that Mr. Hearst's services price 'pure milk, especially 'milk best mediums of the country. Half nephew of Gen. R, E. Lee, yesterday Second-Hand Furniture

r should pe publicacly recognized at suitable for young infants. page advertisements will appear in raised from his lungs a buckshot

at the ballot box "' 1 I believe that- the. attitude of the such magazines as the Century Har that he had carried in his body since .

I feel ?bat, 1 have the right to Milk Trust in arbitrarily raising the per's, McClure's, :Munsey Good the civil war. and can save you money on this class of gocds. A
_ a speak of -Mr Hearst and his character price is a crime, and not less real, Housekeeping and that class'of litera As a member of the Ffteenth New ,

for I have known .him long and because. individuals there is responsible no way: of for holdingthe. the ture. The first contract was for York Engineer Corps, Mr. Mills great deal of.stocl; now on hand is as good as new,

iulivately. f. over $10,000. These advertisements fought against the army commanded r
;* I bare known hint to .be a man of thousands. of deaths directly inflicted. will run during !November December, by his mother's brother and the prices are so low that it will surprise you tp ''

!toner, honesty and sincerity. I have January and Februray. : ,

had business dealings with hin-very I..know that the governor of the 'The product of the Atwood Farm LOW RO'IND TRIP RATES VIA learn them. Five ns a call.Pittman.
state, wkh' the
k extensile dealing?--as have "many influence;. 'that he possesses will be 60,000 boxes of fine fruit and Atlantic Coast Line Railway. .
could /
prevent. dreadful
otter business wen 1 had, for instance pushing it to the front will Increasethe

: a contract with him Involving killing of children, this horrible an- demand for all grapefruit. It is nn
nual death offering of babies by themothel' $19.30 Nashville, 1 Rate of one
of money with his word be
large sums seldom that brokers can toan\
$ of New York, and I know thatif fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale Soai
$ only to I Vind the bargain. To have abrogated William Randolph Hearst: were who have enterprise enough to spendso November 10 and 11. Final limit & :

:5 that contract would have been much money in a product in which November 13.
governor I and the others'anxious to
financial benefit to Mr. P. Ruhl-
'Of' great thousands are interested.
$3.30 Jacksonville Fla. Rate fare
help in this work would not need to
a Hearst's: newspapers and there were man & Co., represent the AtwoodCo. plus 25 cents. Tickets on saleNovember
go to him. He would come to us.
fcM In it many loopholes of which a man ., in New York. --
w less honorable could have taken advantage As a citizen proud of New York 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. Final
and proud of the Nation I limit Novell.Gainesville .
am proudof
la the code of honor HOTELIdeal
Fla. On account of state,
the public spirit shown by'aIr.. '
men who Mr.
amoug many oppose -
reunion of Confederate Veterans. Furniture 4
Hearst, and his in
courage attackingthe I
.Hearst there is- nothing to prevent Stopping Place: for Visitors to .
the taking advantage of suchloop.. biggest and most powerful men of v the Fair. Rate of one cent per mile plus 25-cts.I
his own class. Tickets on sale Nov 12 and 13. Final
holes. Mr. Hearst 'religiously kept Visitors to Tampa during the coning ?-
yr ,, .' Us word And 'from my knowledge I shall vote for Mr. Hearst next :.state fair :kilt find no place' to limit Nov. 16. .
Tuesday, a'man I know to be high in Gainesville, 'Fla., .on acocunt of state .
,pfJiinvheJsJVmanjrho wW.Jteep,his stop equal to the magnificeit Tampa
r._ word in politics. integrity;a good husband and father Bay hotel. It is famed over the whole reunion of Confederate Veterans It's ...,.
moral in his private life, earnestly interested rate of one cent per mile a little early but our fell stock is
&,iii As business. pan I do not .as a United States as one of the finest arriving daily .>
in the welfare of all traveled plus 25 cents. Tickets on all ask is
:' rule. interfere In iwlitteal affairs: But legitimate I hotels to be found anywhere in the we a chance to save you All we aU h&
m8ney- j
> sale Nov. 12 and 13. Final limit
: ,. :, In this;we !a man .of, honor and/: in- business .men. in the United States, world. Its, managers have'.during the? W mInutes of your valuable tune
Nov. 16. to show thr0
r4' '' 'tegrity is being systematically malign and,sincere; In hi$ efforts ,to protect .. past summer expended $25,000 on its stock you ,
and benefit 'the great of Gulfport, Miss, Rate of one fare plus our
masses -
: ',.; ed, and as I am a lover of fair play, people improvement and it 'is prepared to
,. who have wisely'shown such confidence 25 cents. Tickets on sale.Nov. 9,
('the ucfcdr treatment afford the, most delightful aco mu-
,I protest against $ '
in him. 12 and 14; final limit November -
; .:',= to' which Mr,. Hearst. .has JLe'n ...subjected. dation to the crowds 'who will attend
: '- : r cave Jknown:,many Business ,men. the fair. 28. A Few Leaders
f' ,
and I have had business dealings 'For any information call on ticket
.', the falsehoods ,that have Manager Lauber ,tells us.. that rates .
Among .
{ with many men and ,I know, no, one agent, or J., G. Kirkland, D. P. A. '
F' fair
: been invented concerning Mr. Hearst, have ,been fixed 'during the as .
one peculiarly silly speaks of him asa wsose' word ,I would take more read- low as >$3o\per; ''dar for:".first rateroom.aad' Tampa Fla. RON BEDS FROM UN UP' -
.. ily than that of Mr. Hearst. Sill ROS IH!
>.: ,. ,"trust," a .man inclined to practice STRAUS. ,board;: but, of course more ;

the very.eviU'of which he complainS: NATHAN luxurious apartment'may be"seccred The latest. -event for which. the state CHINA CLMETS Sli.U All Iff =

One' small fact can dispose of a.ton at; higher' prices U; IsitJtoTampawould press V giving"F..d1toi Frank Harris,

'J.' .. ,of. falsehood.,. ,1 know of my own Editor Harris, of the Ocala Banner hardly be"a'success,unless"you of the Ocala 'Banner;,'added fame Is

."" TJt.. .-knowledge .that' Mr. ,Hearst has 'been 1 Is jnow'Grandpa;Harris/and ;says)he! patronize this,'.palattalhtistelryY; "lad becoming a grandfather; But It strikes

1 V*" i repeatedly'urged' togo, into, a .news will enter 'the little one in"the baby he..is a wise man who will/at, once us that'la',a"case of having greatness octuE fIUITII ( cunn.r !

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.) i; :. i e e ,e, e', e, e S .' ., S-' .' ". t.( 'INCORPORATION r

L'. '' MHMMMV A Importers of the latest French models CENTRAL AMERICAN NAVAL I I

By Rev. Thomas B. Gregory. say that brown Is' STORES COMPANr.
not the lajtest
,. e e e e e . style as is claimed by American dressmakers The undersigned Intending and pr Thos. 'Ke'ating

t"\1 Lincoln's Famous Phrase and posing to organize a corporation u< ,
his world-famous manufacturers but that der the general laws of the state ol
n: "Gettysburg broadly>
speaking the leading colors Florida relating to the organizationof

: pe Ch" Lincoln declared .that the for the street are the reds; particularly corporations and the Acts of the

men whose monument they were then wine dregs the greens partic- Legislature of the State of Florida '

-j:-dedicating had filed in order that "gpv. ularly Russian green, and the grays amendatory thereof hereby make anA Company

eminent' Of the people by the people particularly mouse gray. Of course publish the following articles of incorporation :

> and for the people should not there are Innumerable variations but and proposed charter: : J;

from the earth." I. ,
perish those
are the three great colors In
7 the The name of the corporation she STRAUSS ; :
Like lightning phrase electrl- Paris. be. SUCCESSORS & CO., : =

I fled the nation and from that day to Indigo blue Is also permissable this CENTRAL AMERICAN NAVAL "

r. this It has remained the most celebrated season.

<-' saying in the. most celebrated Reds are shown in profusion, but and the,. STORES principal COMPANY place of business : '

s speech pf modern times. soft unusual reds-rich, warm yet not shall be In the city of Ocala, Marion WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS I''

"j:" But fame always has to pay a big vivid, not startling, and often touched county Florida, with offices in the : :
city of New York, in the State of
price for itself and repeatedly sinceLincoln's with a bloom like that of fruit or
f brief but immortal address flowers. New York, and at. Caratasca Lagoon, r

'1. was delivered it has been intimated There are charming creations in In the Republic of I I.Honduras.II. Ocala, Florida. .' k'{ < .

that the martyred president was a gray among the largest collection of The general nature of the businessto ',
f plagarist, having taken from ..;. row:
another Imported
gowns-visiting gowns din- be transacted shall be the busi-

r':. the most, striking phrase in his speech ner gowns, evening gowns but in- of a naval stores operator with power YE WHISKEY. CASE WHISKEY. ,

without making any acknowledgement finitely varied because of the different and authority to acquire by pur- Per Gallon. Special l 4 Quart
chase or otherwise and to sell and Per Qt. Bottle.
'of the fact.
4 material trimming and design. One encumber lands timber timber Star Rye. ? ,P . .. .j1.50 Offers Belle Isle .. .. .,: ?$ 75
To these Intimations have come the of the loveliest Is of souris silk net Red Rock Rye . .. .. 1.75,
} counter rights naval stores privileges and King of Kentucky. .. .. .. .. 75-
:, claims that Lincoln's most heavily and lavishly embroidered in .. . .. 2.00
other for the Keystone ,
i property necessary car- .0' Uncle Joe .. .. .. .. .. 1.00
1 ; celebrated phrase was original with coarst silk floss of the same gray. rying on of a naval stores business Belle Isle . .. . . 2.50 FOR $2.90 Strauss Royal Reserve .. .. LOG .

i himself and that to Lincoln alone belongs Tulle, of a kind heavier and more and with power and authority to lease Log Cabin ,' .. .. .. 3.00 Old Maryland Rye .. .. ., .. LOO
the honor and glory of having durable than the material we are accustomed own and operate tram roads steamboats Keating's L f1<1.: . . 3.00 We will send express .
Old Harvest Corn .. .. .. .. 1.00
4 full
} coined It.About to associate with the name, steamships sailing vessels Monogram . . .. .. 3.50 prepaid quartsSTRAUSS
.. ..
of' Pilgrimage .. .. .. 1.25 .
and other water craft construct ?
t the fact that the phrase in is In high favor :with the French Uncle Joe .. . . 3.50
maintain and use wharfs and other Cascade. . .. . L25
dispute was In existence long before dressmakers and is used not only for PilgrimageFern . . . . 4.00 IlL
Lincoln facilities necessary for skippIng mer- White Oak . .. h .. .. 1.25
c spoke it at Gettysbburg there dinner and evening gowns but for HillStrauss . .. .. 5.00
chandise and naval stores products Fern HiU .. . .. .. .. 1.50 _
is Five no room for doubt. visiting toilettes as well. and the carrying on of all business 76CORN . .. 5.00 FOR $3.50 Strauss 76 .. ..' .. .. 'n .. .. 1.50
centuries and a half before The swellest suit coats this season Incident to a naval stores businessand WHISKEY.
Olr Oscar Pepper (.hot In bond) 1.50
|j the day of the martyr president are short the most popular being the not Inconsistent with the laws We will send
there Tennessee Corn .. . .. .$1.50 express Planters . .. .. .. 1.50 .
1 |: 'lived In 'Old England one of the square semi-fitted coat a cross between of the state of Florida.III. North Carolina Corn . . 1.75 prepaid 4 full quarts of Black and White?Scotch .. ?.. 2.00 '

p stanchest democrats that the the Eaton jacket and the pony . .. 2.00
race Statesville Corn > '
has The amount of capital stock authorized STRAUSS Mt Vernon .. .. .. .. .. .. .. L75 .
; ever produced. The name of that coat.The Mountain Corn .. .. .. . .. 2.50
ti ; old democrat was John Wlckliffe, the Empire gown is the latest although Dollars, which is the will sum be of divided One Million into Old Harvest Corn . .. . 3.00 ROYAL GIN.

celberated theologian. the Princess styles still obtain One Thousand Shares of the par value GIN. RESERVE Per' Qt. Bottle. '

Now in the perface of Wickliffe's and are very popular. of one thousand dollars each which I I Swan Gin . .. u .. ..$1.50 London Dock Gin .. .. ..$ .75
translation of the Scriptures-1324- Silk voiles eoliennes and other said stock shall be fully paid and non : Tom Gin . . . 1.75
t u FOR $3.50() Tom Gin .. .. .. .. .. .. .. LOO
may be found these words "This bi- sheer stuffs more durable than chiffon assessable and shall be paid In by a .
: 'I Holland Gin . / 2.00. Holland Gin .. .. ., .. .. .. LCO
ble is for the government of the pet cloth net or mousseline yet very conveyance to the said corporation Crown Gin .. .. .'. . .. .. 2.50 We will send 4 full Phosphate Gin .. .. .. .. L50 .
s pie, by the people and for soft and flimsy are In, great demand'and of the naval stores business now being . 3.00 quarts ofOLD
the people carried and in the Perfection. Gin .. .. Booth Tom Gin .. .. .. .. .. .. LSD
-1 ," which Is Identical word for are being used quite as extensively on operated RUM.: .
Republic of Honduras by H. L. An- HORVEST I
word with the famous expressionfrom as they were in the summer derson and John S. Birdsey as copartners New England Rum . .. $2.50 CORN MALT WHISKEY.

Lincoln. season. situated at Birdsey's Point Jamaica Rum . . .. 3.00 Per Qt Bottle.
I In the year 1830 at a public meet- Eveining coats all follow, the same Caratasca Lagoon in the Departmentof Brandy. Duffy's Pure Malt .. ".. .. ..$LOO
The best be
Ing held at Olten Switzerland a model this winter being made in the Mosquitia in said Republic of Hon- Blackberry Brandy . .0 .$1.50 had for the goods to Bowman's .. .- ., .. .. .. LOO

speaker named Schlnz in the course Empire style although the materials duras, and all the property and effects Apple Brandy .. . .. .. 3.00 money.

of his address used this language: used differ very widely. One of the of said Anderson and Peach Brandy . .. . eo 3.00 SWEET GOODS. .

"AU the government of Switzerland handsomest shown at a recent New Birdsey now being used at and upon California Cognac . .. .. 3.00 FOR $6.00 Per Gal.

i must acknowledge that they are'simply York exhibition was of white cloth said naval stores location held and all WINE.. Peach and Honey "a" grade .. .$1.50
owned and said Anderson
property by We will send
from the people, by the people and trimmed with lace. and said Birdsey as copartners Catawaba WIDe .. .. .. .. .$1.50 prepaid 4 fall quarts express of Peach and Honey"aa" grade 2.00

i for the people" The new sleeves are changed inline situated in Marion county FlorIda Port Wine .. .. ". . . 1.50 Rock and Rye "a grade .. .. .. 1.50

In an address before' the AntiSlavery : but are a trifle smaller and a and also by conveyance to the Blackberry Wine. . ,. 1.50 STRAUSS Rock and Rye "aa" grade .. .. ,5.00

Society of New England, Theodore trifle longer than they were during said corporation of a certain concession Sherry Wine . .. .1.50 Orange Brandy .. .. .. .. .. 3.00

Parker, the celebrated Unitarian divine the summer. They are frequentlymuch and contract entered into on Imported Port Wine. ..- .. 4.00 FAMOUS' 'Banana Brandy ., .. .. .. .. 3.00

..., on May 29. 1850 used these draped and slashed and 'compli the 11th day of November A. ,D. 1905 Imported Sherry Wine. . 4.00 "76" RYE Apricot Brandy. .. .. .. .. 3.00 -
words: "Democracy is a government cated in design. between the Republic of Hondurasand

h of the people, and. of course, for all Tailored silk shirt waists are the John S. Birdsey and all of the .
the people." proper thing for this season. rights and privileges conveyed to the

To deal further back than Black silk waists are exceedingly said Birdsey thereunder subject to
go a popular as are also small checks an indebtedness to said H. L. Anderson Thos. H. & Go
we have gone yet, we find a Greek of Thirty-five Thousand Dollars Keating

demagogue of the age of Pericles Cekm > while Roman plaids are greatly in due and to become due before the .

'; by name saying, about the year demand. They are not to be as plainas first annual election of officers provided

:1"420 B. C.: "Men of Athens, I am in the word "tailored" would sug- for herein the just valuation of OCALA, FLORIDA.

::; favor of the democracy that shall be gest but are quite elaborately trimmed which said property is hereby fixed

democratic, that shall give us. the rule with ruchings, pleatings, etc., and by the corporators at the amountof
are muchly tucked and pleated and the said capital stock.
which shall be of the -people by the
the sleeves also made quite dres IV.
and for the people.
people ,
< ,
The term for which this corpora ----. -
The similarity between all these sy. tion shall exist is fifty SALE. .
phrases is perfect, and it goes without V. SETTLEMENT

saying that Mr. Lincoln could not, A pair of our White House shwa. The business of the company shall Notice Is hereby given that under wish to state to the public that AND FINAL DISCHARGE
the famous will make your feet glad. New tow.quarter be conducted by the following officers final decreein Notice Is hereby given that on the
-4..-/therefore, have originated in for and and by virtue of a certain the list of qualified voters as given In
styles Just : men
: expression as found In his Gettysburg women. The Fair. sWarm to-wit: a President a Vice-President chancery entered by the Hon. W. the Ocala Star and Ocala Banner 27th day of December, A. D, 1806.

speech. end Secretary; !and Treasurer which S. Bunock. judge of the circuit courtof contains many errors and that I will at the court house In Marion county,

: It does not by any means- follow underwear at prices that will last named office may be combinedand the fifth judicial circuit of Floridaof not stand by the- list as so published.J. Florida the under signed as guardian
be found held by one. person and said of. in certain for the minors Katie Mai McIntyre
that Lincoln was a conscious not pinch the pocket may at the state pf Florida a D, FERGUSON.
however The Fair store. A7 1... Webb. x ficers shall be'elected at the annual cause lately pending in the circuit Supervisor of Registration. and Hellen McIntyre wia present my
plagiarist Mr. Lincoln had an i meeting of the corporation to be held court of Marion county Florida -- accounts and vouchers to the Hon.

i Inquiring mind and knew a great Legal Notices. i on the fourth Tuesday in December of wherein the city of Ocala was com VotersCorrections.The Joseph Bell county judge in and for
{: many things, but no man can know each year from and after this date and plainant and Chas. W. Torrey and Registered Marion county t and make my final

everything; and It Is more than likely Application 'is being made by pub- the officers who are to eonduct the others were defendants on October last following week In names Blitchton were precinct published .' settlement and apply for final discharge .

that he had never heard of the lication for tax deed to issue on December business of the corporation until 11, 1906 I will on the first .MondayIn No. 20, when they should have beenin I from as the guardian said court of the said minors
those elected at. the first annual
4 until his own mind had conceived lands in section December to-wit: Dunnellon precinct No. 24:
phrase 1; 1906, to election shall be qualified, shall be Dated June 19th, 1906.A. .
December 3, A. D., 1906 .
2 it. 24, township 15, range 22; section as follows: H. 1... Anderson, President between the legal hours of sale, of Moody. J. S. w; Mixon John w; McINTYRE.
But even Jf It was proven that Lincoln 32,' township 15. range 23; section 15, ,. John S. Birdsey Vice-President and sell to the highestand Maloy, W., w; Myers W. M. w; Mc- As guardian of Katie Mai and Helen
fer for sale
had appropriated the phrase as township 15, range 23; section 16. and H. M. Hampton, Secretary and best bidder for cash before the Credie. F. W.. w; McIllvaine, W,. T. :McIntyre Minors. 6-22-fta
w; McQueen, A B.. w; McQuaig, W.
charged the fac(; would militate in 16 23 section 1 Treasurer::
township range ; court house door in Marion county A., w; McGahagin. Geo., w; McDonald NOTICE.

no serious way against Jiis fame. township 17, range 23; assessed in VI. Florida, the following described lands N. M., w; Mclver Chas., w; 190$ taxes are now due.

The greatest of the Germans, the the names of T.1 W. Moore Henning The highest amount of indebtedness lying, being and situate in the city North, T. K., w; Newklrk, George w; 1. Taxes are due and payable on
; immortal Goethe declared one day to Land and Co. A. E. and liability to which the corporation of Ocala, county of Marion state of
Improvement can at any time subject it- Niblack, S. :M. w; Neville G. W.. w; the first Monday of November each
an intimate friend that if everything Ackerman C. J. Hecksina, C. C. Og- Florida, to-wit: Ohnmacht J. M.; w. I year.
self is one half of the amount of its :
block bounded
half of
In his works that he had got from den,'J. H. Fox and Parties Unknown. capital stock. South R. A. Ellison's name was omitted 2. Personal and poll taxes must be
stricken out he by South Seventh (7th) street and from No. 17 and I
others should be VII. lots Anthony precinct paid at the same time that real estateis
would not have a dozen pages left. Administrator's Notice of Final Discharge The names and residences bf the east by Lime street; Seminary Florida, H. W. Long's name was omitted paid on. if the assessments are to
Marion county
The greatest ,of the great In the subscribers to this'corporation are or Ocala so much thereof as may be sufficient from Martel precinct No. 30. the same party.
philosophy and follows 3. If possible come In person to
literature as ;
fields of realize the taxes assessments -
Notice is1 that the SPECIAL
weby given on
eloquence have pillaged right ,and 6th day of November A. D, 1905, thi H. L. Anderson. Ocala, Florida.H. 'penalty costs of court and ......-- pay your taxes. Paying by mail or

c left, and that too. without making undersigned administrator of the es- M. Hamption, Ocala Flerida. solicitor's fee provided for in said Under and by virtue of a final de- through other parties is frequently

acknowledgment of the things ap stae of John W. Randall, deceased will Joseph J. Fort Ocala, Florida. final decree. decree entered on the 31st day of October unsatisfactory.
any present to the Hon. Joseph Bell. Coun- The capital stock, of this corpora. H. M. HAMPTON 4. ;When you come to pay your taxes
propriated. ty Judge; of Marion county, Florida: tion has been subscribed as follows: Master in Chancery. A. D. 1906. by the Hon. W. S. bring a description from your dM
t If the martyr president appropriatedthe his final acounts and make final settle- H. L. Anderson. .. 748 Shares 11-2 Special Bullock, judge of the circuit'court of or latest tax receipt, of what you wish

celebrated phrase in question tlement and appJy for his l final discharge John S. Birdsey, .250 Shares.H. I the fifth judicial circuit of Florida. to pay on. .

going to the trouble of mentioning as administrator of the said M. Hampton, ,. 1 Share. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. in and for Marion county in chancery 5. Don't wait till last few days of
without ?
estate. P. T. RANDALLAdministrator in the suit ef L.. L. Hopkins,
who was kind Joseph J. Fort------- 1 Share sitting, time to pay then expect the! best service
the person of Estate of John W.
helped him to it. he Randall. Deceased. Witness our hands and seals this Notice is hereby, given that under complainant vs. ,S. A. Nichols and either by mall or In person. The

enough to !have the majority of the Ocala, Fla.. May 3,. 1906. 5-4-6ra the 11th day of October, A, D. 1906. and by virtue of a certain final decreein Isaac N. Nichols, defendants therein rush is then on- and delays are ana- '
onyl did Vhat IT. L. ANDERSON (seal) chancery entered by the Hon. W. lately pending, the undersigned as voidable. You must take your turn
have done before of the circuit courtof master therein appointed to
kings of thought NOTICE. H. M. HAMPTON, (seal) S. Bullock, judge special as it comes.
him.-Atlanta Georgian. JOSEPH J. FORT (seal) the fifth judicial circuit-of Floridaof execute said decree; will on You must have your property prop

,-. f In the Circuit Court in and For Marion State of FlorIda.County the state of Florida.-in a certain Monday, the third day of December erly assessed. If you wish to avoid .. ,
3 i': Florida Products. County. Florida.In of Marion, cause lately pending in the circuit 19C6 trouble in payment of taxes. The eol.i .

1 New York Nov, 6.-There Is a Re Estate of A. C. Johnson Personally appeared before me, the court of Marion county, Florida, in front of the court house door In J i i lector cannot alter the valuation or

f, much firmer feeling In the Florida Notice is hereby given that on the undersigned authority H. 1... ANDERSON wherein the city of Ocala was com- Ocala, Florida offer for sale and will description of assessments found on
5th day of December A. D. 1906 plainant and Acme Brewing Co.. the legal hours of sale
increasing sell during the
r market Receipts are H. M. HAMPTON and JOSEPHJ. tax books.
of the
orange the undersigned October 11, 1906
were defendants, on ; for cash to the highest bidder the -
At FORT each of whom is well knownto E. L. CARNEY.
is improving.
deceased, will
quality estate o! A. C. Johnson
and the first Monday in December
1- sale Thursday fancy present my final return accounts and me to be one of the parties de- I will, on the mortgaged premises and property 11-9-tf Tax Collector

fI the auction but most sales vouchers and apply for final discharge scribed in and who executed the foregoing 1906, to-wit: therein mentioned, to-wU Lots one.
if brights reached $3.15 as administrator of said estate. articles of incorporation and December 3, A. D., 1906, .wo and three, of block one hundredand NOTICE.
: ranged from $2.15 to $2.75 for brights F. M. TOWNSEND proposed charter and each acknowl- between the legal hours of sale offer six in the town of Bellevlew as Notice is hereby given that the

if and $2 to $2.*5 for russets. Administrator of the Estate of A, C. edged the execution thereof for the for sale and sell to the highest per recorded and plat of same in the McGehee Lumber Co.. a corporation

The local trade is good and there IsI Johnson. deceased. 6 1 6m uses and purposes therein set forth and best bidder for cash before the clerk's office! of Marion county Florida under the laws of Florida, will ap-

good Inquiry from nearby points. Martin :May 28th. -906. and expressed. I court house door In Marion county with all the tenements and appurtenances ply to the Hon. Napoleon E Brow- a

Florida grapefruit is still irregular NOTICE.In Given under my hand and seal of, Florida the following described lands thereunto belonging, or to ard, governor of the state of Florida
I. and sales of Inferior are office this the 11th day of October, lying[ being and situate in the city much thereof as may be necessary to on the

quality Good stock brings $3.50 butI" the Circuit Court of the Fifth A. D. 1906. of Ocala, county of :Marion state of satisfy said decree and costs.T. 10th day of December, A. D., 1906.
; slow. (County Judge Seal) Florida to-wit: E. BIGG?, for the following amendment for Article
dollar under this Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for
most'sates range a Green's Ad-
of S. J.
All of lot three Master in ChaM'C'ry.MASTER'S .
11-2 Special
Marion County-In Chancery. JOSEPH BELL. M of the charter of said corporation
I" price A. P. Monroe Robert Monroe and N. County Judge. Marion County dition to the city of Ocala Marion much which amendment haj been
county. Florida or so SALE.
McDonald and D. J. as adopted by said corporation as re.
Ocala Christian McEachern. be sufficient
' To the Trustees of the I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR thereof as may quired by law.Proposed .
l Church. copartners doing business under the_ LETTERS PATENT. to realize the taxes assessments Under and by virtue .of a final decree amendment

f Gentlemen firm name of Munroe. McDonald & NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that penalty, costs of court andsolicitor's rendered Oct. 11, 1906 In the ARTICLE

We want to donate some L. & M. Co., complainants, vs. M. A. Alexander on the 12th day of November A. D., fee provided for in said circuit court Marion county, Florida The highest amount of indebtedness-

'alnt to your church whenever they ;R. G. Alexander defendants-Order 1906. the undersigned will apply to final decree. in a cause wherein Thos M. Wilson or liability to which the corporation

Int. for Constructive Service the Governor of the State of Florida H. M. HAMPTON, Is complainant and Annie Lee Wal can at any time subject Itself shall

fi The .largest Methodist; church in It is ordered that the defendants I. at his office in the in the City of Tallahassee 11-2 Special Master in Chancery. lace Wadlaw and her husband are be three hundred thousand dollar

i. Georgia expected to use 100 gallons' herein named, to-wit: M. A. Alexander in the State of Florida for defendants the undersigned. special McGEHEE LUMBER CO.

'I of the usual kind of paint, they used and R. G. Alexander be and theyare letters paten upon the foregoing proposed ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF master will on By C J. McGefcee,

''. only'32 gallons of L. & M. mixed with hereby required to appear to the FINAL, SETTLEMENT AND DIS- ; the 3rd of Dec. 1906 ll-9-4t Presldmt.HELP .
charter.H. Monday, day
24 gallons Unseed Oil. bill of complaint in this cause on or 1... ANDERSON, CHARGE. within the legal hours of sale. In I

It costs less to paint a house with before H. M HAMPTON. door In the
L., & M, than with other paint be- Monday, the 17th day of Dec 1906. 10-12-5t() JOSEPH J. FORT. Notice Is hereby given that on the front of the court sell to the highest bid- Is Offered to
of Ocala.
cause painter mixes Linseed Oil It Is further ordered that a copy of 8th dayr-of May, A. D, 1907, city der for the following described Worthy Ydtmg &ef1.!*
his casa
.' from the barrel at 60 cents a this order be published once a week the undersigned will present
sh Joseph lands to-wit: An undivided one We earnestly request all young
and doesn't for four consecutive weeks' In the final accounts and vouchers
with L. & M pay
flea half of
y for Linseed Oil as Ocala Weekly Banner a newspaper Bell county judge. Marion county half Interest in the north persons no matter bow limited their
gallon '
$1.50 per If ready.for-use paint is used. published in said county and state. Education by Mill Florida, at his office at Ocala and southeast quarter northeast quarterof means or education, who desire a
; done settlement and apply for southwest quarter; and south- thorough business training aa because' the L. &: -M. Zinc hardens This second day of November. 1906. Iolr.Wlowoe nptormenttogigndodo make final of
of southwest quarter
& M. White Lead and (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK t'W t ordJlPIrt&!me 1CadJ1IIr"UDe. final discharge as administrator of west quarter position, to write at once for our
the L. Clerk Circuit Court. Marion County & estate of J. Porter Smith deceased. section 17, township 15 south range great half rate offer. Success, Independence
makes the paint 'wear like Iron. Grs uur, 1s&or7'Mt.tIio.o 2 1906. 18 east. To satisfy said decree and and probable fortune guar
costs only $1.20 per Florida. Tku..dlS Ts.slt 1r Ydl T.benUSedtoJlllll&lPB November. ,
M. paint
L. & By. George Leltner D. C. 1o yea ot imeeu a4aQO, \' N,- SMITH costs. anteed. Don't delay-write today.
gallon.oSid. en.,1az.a 1.;1.rMPs,1'aiatltslr1a. of the Estate of J.\ W. W. C.uxATT,
by Mciver & MacKay. Ocala Hocker and Duval As Administrator Muter. Ga.-Rlo. Bus.CoIl9 MecanUI..
"Fla.' Complainant's Solicitors 11-9 Porter Smith. Deceased. 11-2-Ca 11-2 _' Special f ,



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C,interesting phases this week. The !- < :'. .- ,
S .. 'aarket, has. dragged along within the I- .::''r, > t .... '
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..J1&ITOW'1im1ts of a half cent fluctuation --.-..-....-.-... .. ;q' "' 5 -" F.Xl.' .... ._ V .' V V4F >. """ !'"' '. ''
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and closed 661-4 cents, a quarter ; ;: ; ; '-
cent better than the previous ,Fri -.t" r :-- :

_ _4_ day. Buyers did not seem in 'any ," "

great. rush for, supplies, and the bull 4F.. :. ;
element did not bestir itself to boost .. ./ <
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Some 'factors had expected c'
prices. '
?- that before this spirits would be at -.; "
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seventy cents but so far their expectations '

_ have not been realized, although ...:..<..., Y.
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they still cling to the hope : Candy '
that each week will bring in a bull Y

4 '" movement The trouble so far has : :iJ-
t Sz been that with an undue stimulating i ,
of the market has come an immediate < "
lessening of demand and the bulls .

: V have refus edto carry the load themselves liltL V : *
and allowed prices to sag off ; V .
about as quickly as they went up. ApullandCompleteLineOf

_> Receipts are keeping up pretty well :
and the general run of factors express <

,.'-.V 4 no dissatisfaction with the market E All Kinds of Candies -
": as long as it rocks along as it has : FT

; done the past fortnight, at or slightly : :', ..,
__r4 .' above 66 cents. .-..-T.. < ," .
Quoted at $6.25 at Jacksonville and '
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: selling at Savannah at that price, a t' lc 7',, .
waterwhite rosin has at last passed : t -
last year's highest price for the top 4P- x.

: grade of rosin. Jwo or three, day's of ,
this week sales were posted at this ibis tiI
i figure, but not ,amounting to 50 barrels .
ti' < at any one call the board of

trade continued the old quotation. Goods full tubs broken'
Penny count
Windowglass, though, sold sufficiently I ti
at $6.00 to establish that as the official ; ,
price for the second grade. Last .

a Jikwglass year' when was waterwhite bringing was$6.10.$6.20 It: would Win stick bon bons and and

not be surprising to see both grades E pails mixtures

farther advancing along with N, which ,
,,;"':' went to $5.90last year and is now ....... ;' .. .
quoted at' $5.40. With five --- ,t

new months arrivals topass, of. before pale, grades there of are rosin any packages. Goods in boxes fancy chocolates t.

is and practically six before the receipts F .
-4 of them get heavy, with supplies of I ,
moderate proportions, there J. '
the most I If h
Is nothing to prevent further improvements 4l41i j Pp

r in' their: values. With I Send orders -

,, ... the higher values" consumers who F '. .etc. us your ; can
have not taken the precaution to

stock up these grades will in some -
t- Instances, turn their attention to low-

? V for considerably er grades I, K, M., 'stimulating These below grades their the are demand highest,now 4P- give yo u fine selection. We also handle

i point of last year, but there is every \
reason-to anticipate that before the 4-- _

winter is over they will. see much '

Ii better figures than at present' prevail- Gbson's Tablets and Rich's crystalled

%Ing. As the Review' has stated. right 41P- :' 4
along, the consumer who :watches the ,
'market closely and takes advantage .....
V of opportunities that fluctuations offer 4 -- Ij
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to get in and obtain supplies are .
the ones who will save money on I ginger.A.
tbeir'purchases this year. .' t

_ Variations in prices of the common ...- .
grades this week were Inconsequential. .

)Bayers:! here take advantage of . "- ." -- ,. '. ..- .,- -- ,. -- ., ,.
I every opportunity to gather in the --. : ,
[! receipts at some trifling decline and 4 P r -
there is ample evidence that commons \. --_
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: are still in high favor and likely
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J V absorbing every barrel that comes .-

_ out of the woods., From. a superficial =:,
Stance at the quotation columns it I ....,.
would seem that producers have no -4-
reason to complain but there are I -..-.. B. 0.N&B .....'..
V still the same stories of poor net fi- ....:.
xancial returns as a result of causes -- ..
'beyond theri control. ..... .. -4 '..
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Rosins firm, receipts 2, 319, sales 4iI :C.-- : : '':: :: : ,. _, :::; '

1436. Quotations: WW $6.00, WG i .... ..
$6.00. N $5.40 K $470. I $4.20. M$4.90,' 4If .1--- .,
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Naval Stores Review. 4...... '
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The speech of Secretary Root in 1N -- '
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New York the other night, ought to ---- ---:..... ,
elect -- ,
Hearst if Hearst had no other I -:
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claimS to the vote of the honest men ....
of New York. It was a vile assault, I------ .. f ...-.. :;"".;:......-,
_ tV / more bitter more vindictive, more I------ ....'/.-. "
'ghoulish and fiendish than any jour --- tt25flQ5. :

nalistic venture of William R. Hearst. < "
The effort to show that Hearst was aXUsA : ?

instrumental in the assassination of BI'g. : ., J-
__ McKinley was far-fetched indecent "

and unworthy of the occasion or the ; ...; 4' .. ...-...-.'. '-:.. .
man. But Root had the decency toNY -.' : ,
w c. that in this he voiced the sentiments I .-:=. ', ..... 0 ,,>;.

-, not of himself, but. Theodore --r, -_-_- .; ."."

ghoulish work. ____ .;l"
Only the blindly partisan newspa-

_____ : pete president Root in ,,New or in the local York interference justify politics the of of speechof New the Axle Grease will please you. Try a case : in-; :your. V 3J_ '

Tork. but the common sense of the ; '
_ ; V people condemn it. and common decency -- .; next order. \
x ...
: x V forbade it and the 'sober sense ,
of the other people will resent it I f
T I Yellow journalism was not In It with I. v .
,t that speech-Montgomery Journal. '
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1 Why Watson Failed. -
:, Tom Watson, of Georgia has retired Jockey Animal Food

from: the editorship of Tom Watson's p.. ,
Magazine, it is said, with $S,000 of
'his salary remaining due and unpaid. \. -
We did not think there was room t i R : ONE CASE CURRY COMBS FREE WITH EACH CASE. __ -.

for such a"publication. Magazine ',, ',
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trade and rather sensational; -
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x. eon somehow slid In between these ..... l' {, ; SEND, US YOUR ORDERS. ,:. ., t

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rx Ht-Richmond Lader. -- :
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'4 When you need'a\good reliable liniment ...... .
try .Chamberlain's ,Pain .Bita.It : ..... ., .
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a .. dampened withPain Balm Is superior ., '. !- ,. ,- ,. .. ,
? ., to at, plaster for lame back, or pains a:: ..<" r ,' >;1111 $ t- fU'UtL ';, --. -4" '." ,, _
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