The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWH. ,Mrs. ,M. E. 'Fox, who has been, visiting ,FIRE TUESDAY NIGHT. TAMPA BAY OPENS WITH ONE' Florida Troops Praised by Gen. Joe "Our correspendent adds: General
at Green Cove Springs has returned HUNDRED GUESTS. JohnsoN '
Josnston caused
the colors to be sent
MISS SARA. EMZABETH HARRIS.Lbcagtdlfor. home.: ... "', The Old Novelty ,Works are Destroy .
', ; There, were many brave'Florida up the entire line of entrenchments,
; Pat Wilks been injured ;: edtheConflagration Attracts Tampa, Fla., Nov. 13, 1906. boys In the southern army, and I ,reproduce and- displayed the troops In the '
having Mr.
Large Crowd.
; Special to the Ocala Banner: the following clipping from same. The Sixtieth North Carolina I
Blacklston will be unable .
to take
Mr. Lee Miller is now residing him to the.state .fair Tuesday night about eight o'clock an Tampa's pride the Tampa Bay I the old war scrapbook in their mem I regiment was (and Is) In the brigade

(temporarily 'we1 hope) at 'Moses. "' alarm of fire was turned in. The hotel, opened for the season Tuesday.One but did not participate in capturing

Messrs. Miss Atkinson returned home. Saturday -. fire department made a prompt response hundred. guests constituted .the ory."In the engagement at Jackson the trophies from 'the enemy, and Y

Ing' some Knight & Lang are receiv afternoon from a. short' visit to i and hastened to the doomed first J day's arrivals. Never before Miss., on Sunday, June 12, the First, were therefore ,not .mentioned "by

very fine new vehicles. relatives at Martin. .' building which proved to be the oldNovelty has the hotel opened with such brill- Third and Fourth Florida particularly General Johnston.f- the Co

'Commodore Fosnot of the. steamer Works building, which is located .I iant prospects. The house has been I distinguished tremselves In fact I lonel's Scrapbook in the Sunny South..

+ Della was, visiting In Ocala Tu\s- Mr, R. A. Carlton, who has been immediately! north of ,the Sea! refitted. retouched. partly refurnished 'all of 'Stov U's division did their du-
.dart J quite sick for some days was very board Air Line railway station and and completely recarpeted. From ty. The Fourth Florida captured a Hall racks for all manner of houses,

much better yesterday.We which has been vacant for a long tower to basement the Tampa Bay i number of prisoners an dthree flags, from the most presumptious to the
humblest Prices are decidedly right.
J C. H."Dame and a number. of other time.Between. like a new hotel making a better appearance one of which was presented to General Try us and see. Ocala, Furniture ,
good Woodmen will be In Tampa) on regret to learn that Gen. T. the building' and 'the Water than It has since the palmy Johnstin one to General Breken- Co. X' :

A Woodmen Day. .,, t. ', D. Lancaster has been quite- seriously hydrants were a number of box days of H. B. Plant and A. E. Dick. ridge, and the other was retained by

r sick for some time! cars which impeded the work of the Manager Lauber has expended $25- Lieutenant Colonel Badger. The First

Mr. McKinnon Dixon, 'one' of, the "fire laddies" to some extent and 000 during the summer In affecting and Third Florida captured a flag, besides O. .. 0
most popular traveling men on the I Mr. D..J. Peacock, a prominent ,turpentine eventually the flames made such this wonderful improvement. He will a number of prisoners. A cor- O. .0

road Is a visitor! to Ocala today. operator, was a prominent progress and became so intense that doubtless be rewarded by the best respondent sent us the following copyof O. .0
visitor to Ocala Wednesday; 0' *0o
the box cars caught on fire and as season in the big hostelry's history. a note. from General Johnston,
s Mr. D. A. Clark Dr. D. M. BONEY, 0
president of the There was not only frost yesterday there was 'no' switch engine in the Never before has the Tampa Bay been which was read by order of General, !
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company f Mar. but' Mr.; Thomas Needham says yards four'or five cars became badly so: extensively advertise! The Seaboard Brekenridge before the brigade and

tel was among the visitors to the there was "J:!ce. at his 'ouse." !damaged before the engine finally arrived and the Atlantic Coast Line division:
city .
yesterday and hauled them off. have featured the resort 'in their "'Jackson. July 12 1863.-General:

Mrs. R., L. Martin has gone to Miss Belle Bates, ,of Martel. ,. passed I The building being old and built of folders, pamphlets and magazines I have learned with high satisfactionthe 1 fA
inuisville through Ocala: Satu/day afternoon returning i fat pine lumber made a terrific fire and newspaper advertising' throughout success of your troops this morn- ice A
where she
.. Ky.. 'was call-: '
; fed on account of the critical. illness : home from a week's visit to I and sent sparks, and,: in some instances the chilly lands whence come ing. It increases my confidence in

of her' mother. I the Jacksonville', carnival. While there pieces'of shingles as large as the shivering tourists. The grounds your gallanat division and I beg you

PV she was the guest- of relatives and one's hand for a distance several also Tampa's .beautiful park have to say to it for me. And you will do

All the coaches on both roads going enjoyed a most delightful visit blocks but fortunately no, other buildings not been omitted in the general betterment me the kindness also to say to the Io

,to Tampa were crowded Tuesday. caught tire from the burning deb Every indication points to First Third and Fourth Florida, and

Prom all indications" there Will' b? 7'Messrs.: Tydlngs Needham and is. a busy winter. Reservations already Forty-Seventh Georgia regiments,

,* ;fit large crowds to witness the opening I O'Neal will' tear. 'down the qld building The building not only made a hot made Insure a, comfortably 'filled that it is with mingled pride and

of the great: mid-winter fair. ; in: what is. known as th'g fire but a brilliant illumination and I house during the fair, .and' the departs pleasure that I have received the I make a specialty of 0

Spencer block and supplant'them Il attracted a large crowd of peoplemen ure of trancient sightseers of the splendid trophies presented ,to me. O. correcting eyes where oth.0-

Mr.. L. F., Whitehead. the assistant with a solid TOW of substantial buildings women and children-who fair period will be quickly followedby Assure them that I especially appre- o ers fall. 0

superintendent of the Terminal Electrical = .which will rent to colored peo watched the devouring flames and the arrival of the northern visi ciate the soldierly conduct, and kind- o Satisfaction guaranteed 0 '

1 company spent Tuesday .In pIe. tbe heroic work of the intrepid members tors. ly feelings towards myself which have O. or, money refunded. ) ,0 .

Ocala, the guest of his cousins, Mr; Mrs. P. V. .Leavengood' and little of the fire department until the gained me these noble compliments. 0. .0" '

and hire J. W. Hopkins,, and family. son. 'Hansel, left for Tampa }this rafters of the building fell in and The True Democrat assets that the "'Respectfully and truly, o OPTICAL PARLORS 0
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morning and will remain there some nothing was left but the burning :embers Leon county blind tiger is still in evidence "'Your obedient Servant, Gary Bulldingti0 ,
o Ocala, ,Florida. 0
Solid Quarter oak three piece suit days the guest of friends. Mr, in Tallahassee. What is ,true i (Signed) 0. .0
and individual chairs in the newest, Leavengood will Join them later In the It was quite an. episode in the history of Tallahassee is also, ''true of, other 'JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON, O. O

designs store can be ia found town.at the That's best furniture the week. They will take 1 in the great of Ocala and was a break in the alleged! drY. towns7; .Apalac'hicola J, r"1 "'General. ,,0. : $ '0

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; I Richardson is CoL R., F. Rogers, of Electro will ; A Big 'Sale.. ) Mr.: Harris' Telegram to Hearst. LETTERS. :
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state Mr. H. C. Jones"'the successful ( \ -
the visitors to the .
h city Visiting ,her mother, Mrs. be among Olin, of Kendrick, were returning t <-_. .'
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fair. He speaks hopefully of the proprietor of the Ocala Bottling To: Randolph ", !Bower Everett,
._ftSue- Richardson. from a visit to their son at Graham- 'York American,, New. .York r<*y. N, '
the p.urchaSe'r'lbnday' of
',., 1Itt' ass fine a piece'()f property ''sis' has 3. Davis, Aaron '
of the Th
J. M. T: ,Carter, one t class aft the United
Jlr. superintendent of on the road between Ocala and Ken over
Mr. H. A. Ford, s hands in this"clty intaanyj'aday. : '
shanged i.'Gaskin
settlers 'of Marion county, States ana. throughout 'the"wouldwho John
r. eer : drick and ran away
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& seriously'sick; at his home the Jacksonville division ., did' not crucify;the Christ,whose' I 5. Goolsby T. Hartwell,
:quite Line railway, was a The cccupants were thrown .
; Fellowship neighborhood.Mr. Coast The sale Includes'-the entire blockon out burdens He bote', thank you for your 6. Jones Chillie7. -
the !, prominent arrival in Qcala Tuesday.. which Is loeated.. theGlenwood hotel and Mr. Olin was badly hurt, and has brave fight, ',Considering the forces Kelly., Mike & Son

-and mMrsJ R "E. Haskell, .who the dwelling' house formerly belonging been under the care of a physician arrayed again you you won a great 9. Lackey Fred..' .

have tfeen; visifors'to'Ocala' for: twodays The tower for the great :block to Mrs_C. .P. :.McGraih' and since, ,Mrs. Olin and their .young SOD victory 'and.there! jwUI. come redemption 10. Lackey, Fred. -

past, 'have'-' returned' to theirbeautiful which will ornament the court house the dwelling1 know as- ttie Wilson, were"' also pretty' badly bruised but In your'-defeat ttl .. as In His- resur, .* 11. .ewis. Imstead. .
No' '. hot ,s riouslr. rection.. ,, '
: home 'on-; Lake :Weir.. IsJOW.b, ing. erected :one yesterday house. "" .' '12. O'Neal, J. It.
v. .... envied the workmen' their .' The property. quite valuable. and Mr. Olin's many. Ocala friends hope FRANK- HARRIS, ', 13. Miller, Thomas
EJitor Banner .
.., If you want a porch screen cheapt job.:. the deed was' secured 'from. all the for him .a speedy, recoveryfrom" his ....Ocala.. 14. Nobles, D, J.
here Is your chance. Only a few left; heirs, viz: Messrs: J*_N. trqbhar, W.: accident _.', > --. 15. Smith, J. W.

Kat.. $1.45 and IL75' at Ocala Furnitsfe x W., L. "Martin and family left today P. Strobhar ,Jj- Noble :Strobhar jr., ,- : Mr.. Hearst's Acknowledgement of 16 Sherman, G. W. '

; Co.Messrs.. for Citra, their old home., Mr. and Misses Mary, Ethel and Cornelia Mr .Hazzard, III. ,.' Telegram ; 17. 7--. B. P.. '

Knight, & Lang, yesterday Martin came here-,several months advas Stro har. ; J. J. Hazzard, the enterprising-' and New*York. CY Nov. 10, 1906 1& Wright _Chas: E
and4 i
,>-' received a car load ,of' the,,famous manageof the News later I' The terms of,the sale have not been. Indefatigable traveling solicitor for Sir. Frank Harris Edjtor-Ocala: :Ban- 19. Woods, W. W.

*. McFarland buggies ,and. s rrles.':This opened the"'Alabama- hotel which. he given'.,out'for publication.t the Tribune, is seriojjjsly indisposedat t ner, Ocala Florida. v i', 24. Yod r. Essie, ; .
l> 'for's me .time.-Crystal '. .' __ his room in Hyde Park. }!r.. Haz- bars .
firs Is. doing a rushing business and operated Dear Sir:-I write to thank you rl.Allen Ethel, r

:x: eh week sees their stock onhand River News.. -. To the Trustees of the Ocala Chris zard: .... was to have been in 'charge of. for ,the telegram you > were" good 2. :Adams, Miss, J.; D. '
tne Trioune
booth at the '
creasing, thus making frequent or- "- ttan Church.* fair. thiH'ar. enough to send me.; ,I:,greatlr appre- 3, ,lackweU, Etta, -, -

-' _' ere necessary: If, they would keep Mr. and' )Irs. George Pasteur of Gentlemen' .. as he was at the last fair: date the interest- which: prompted, 4. Lrawn, .Mrs. D. A;.
visitors to Ocala. We=uant'to donate some I,. & M, Friends throughout south ,Florida comunication. I. 5. Clark Mrs:'A. W- .
continue -
their Immense stock. Anthony. were, :your will i ;
Paint to your church whenever they will hope him a conyalescence *
Tuesday. It ,was .Mr. Pasteur's first paint _' speedy to make my fight in the ranks,and:as 6 Derby Mrs. Adaline;
'-:- have a good 'many'"courts' of visit' -in some time and his friendswere '.'The largest Methodist church' 'in .Tampa Tribt e.. a private 'citizen do 'my.best to.'pro? 7. Evans, Mrs.' Charlotte.. .

; fa11' :'degrees but they. .seem;to keep delighted' to. see 'him and' were Georgia' expected_ to use 100' gallonsof Mr Arthus mote :the interests of "my fellow cit 8. Fox Mrs. Lula, f. .

,-_. Yesterday. there. was a may gratified to know that time is, .dealing the usual kind of'paint, they .used Masters .left Sunday' izens. 5---> .5 J. S 9. Hasten, Mrs. Ella,
only :32 galltms.of' & M- mixed wi h morning for Live Oak where.he hasaccepted .
Ws. 'courta, justice! of the peace'scourt 'r :.tip it.hhlm.: Wewish' 2$ gallons LinseedOil.i lucrative Sincerely, 10 Jones, Mary, '
position with
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;R sad a, county: judge's court. If there' were more-of"'bis kind. in 'the It. costless Jo/paint a. house with, big furniture concern in that 'Wv H. HEARST 11. Jordan, Harriet

,:.:Justice .only Is, ground: out :we. must county He Is,'of the very salt 'of Ij. & 'Mv than :.wlth other paint, ,becaUse Mrs. MasterS' city. ,;J2. McGee,' Rolowe, .
e agood' -- painter Linseed Oil baby. accompanied .' Nash .
deal .of It,and to spare.. the earth mixes < 13. Mrs H*'Fi
.:? '., from the barrel at: 60-cents him, 'as far'as Williston, where :
fresh a '
_'_ ,Had .' Newman Bebecca:
a Close Call., 14.. ,
Mr.' JohnlTurnley.. .. a 'f rmer citizenof1ake gallon' with L. & Mi' and, doosn'tpajr" thew, will remain with Mrs.. Master'sparents "A dangerous sjurgical op ratioJ ,.Involving Smith -" ..
Weir Reliable l Remdyufor Croup. $1.50 per .gallon for Linseed. Oil a( Callie .
: but t\1i\ oVVrjcltizen' of A unttt Mr. Masters Is 'able to the removal of a malignant ulcer
; Mri'S:.Rosenthal,'of Turner, Mich., done .if,. ready>ionise. paint Is used. 16. ,Stone; Sarah,
the East Coast, visa"a siiire"a ouiIi home. as large as mr hand; from "my '
Ocala their new :
visItor xo "Weihave cused ChamberlaIn'sCough Also because tlieL.M: Zinc hardens tame.
says daughter's 17.. Taylor. ;
Tuesday. He sass,,the'atoi'ai down Jledieintk for ourselves and the L.MWhite:, Lead" and The'' Ocala' ...frionds ,of )ir. and .Mrs. 1 hip of, was Bucklea's1 prevented'by.theappUcati : Arnica ..lS.Wood, "Mrs. E. A. .Ii = .

: there, wag. something" .terrific. 'That our children.;for' several. years and makes; ,the p inV e3.f-1ike iron. I Masters.regret exceedingly, their: de Salve," says. X c. Sticle of M11 tUB; Nora: ,
be, had I a 'Iakes2'oundIbis'hone'cO'r: ; : like It 'very much I, think It,Is theonlyytemedyforcmupand L. & M-,paint" costs.'only- L20"- per i cl ion to heave Ocala but .wish1 for Wr Yd/1 Persistent use1 of the ,salve '. 19..Jyfcac. .'
highly ,' Mrs, Joseph '
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ering;' many ,acresranditkwas : gallon. : foSld'by them prosperity and. success, in-'their completelY'_ ,cured; It." Cures cuts -"
sometime i ,
,; :before the wafers* subsided. recommend .it" For. sale by all druggists : : Mdve. .& MacKay. Ocala' .new'home.' ; barns and Injuries, 25 cents.,, at, Typings '21;Grahab, Bertha"... fr..znD.I. .,,.o.' ;. .
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.' Congressman.. I Special correspondence' Ocala Banner., Special correspondence' Banner '

.. ',' S. M. Sparkman ., ... ',... .. ".. ,.789 The first tl'08tof, the 'season made' Winter visitors are still arriving.

i- C. C. Allen ..,. .. .. ...'i.. i. .. .;- 77 its appearance, here this morning; 1 I Miss S. Bosworth, returned Tuesday -
Justice Supreme Court.. I almost enough to kill potato vines: ;; bringing two sisters with her. :

Charles ,B. ,Parkhill., .. ,. .. ..789 The frost is fine, for coloring and I j I Sunday the Rev. Mr. Rogers preach-' a "
.Jas. Whitfleld .. .. ... .. ..750 sweetening oranges.The I I I et'morning and evening at ..the Baptist

'Railroad Commissioner, ,real hunting season for deer church. !

N. A. Blitch ,. .. ,.. a.;:.. ... ..824 and other big game is now on and On Tuesday"afternoon the ladies

R. Hudson Burr .., .. ..*,.. .. .,841 the big scrub east of here is the hun Aid .Society of the M. .E. church, held

__A. C. Sill ,.i P .. .. .. .. .. .. 53 ter's paradise. As proof we refer their regular meeting at the parson. _

f 'We'Clark Beach.. .. '.. ... .. .. 78 you to Mr. Olive Fort, of Titusville age. It was voted to hold a food and

State Senator, Twentieth District Mr.. H. P. Griggs and Mr. N. A. Fort fancy work sale at the bazaar Satur VV

',D. H. Baker .. ., ,. .S ,* e, S. ..855 of this place \who invited a party of day afternoon from 2 to 4 p. m;

House of Representatives. their friends, about a dozen in' number The 'cold '.wave has reached Belle- :

and started for Bear lake in the view. Tuesday night the.thermometer '
'E. L. Wartmann .,. -.; .-; '-.; .'..844G.'G.

; ; Mathews' .. .... .. '.', .. .. ..844 middle of the big scrub, there they went down to 28 degrees.It '
: County Judge. set up their tent and'rema1::1ed for was necessary Tuesday night for

Joseph Bell .. .. .. ..' .. ., ..913 four days, during this time we were Mr. Hilton to keep the fires burningall

_ ", Tax Assessor. informed that fourteen deer were night In his orange grove on accoUnt -i

:Alfred Ayer ,. .. .. .. .. .. ..922 brought :to .eamp, two bears, eleven of the cold weather. \ 1 I,

j"k Tax Collector. turkeys, barrel. of birds and other Mr. Bogart of Buffalo, N. Y., has !'
B. L. Carney. .' ..' .. .. .. ..936 small game. This is as geed as we bought the Abbott house and is soon

County Treasurer.T. ever did when in. the far west, and to begin extensive alterations.

.,.E Pasteur, .. .. .. .. ..927 this shows that Florida is not only The Epworth League of the Metho-
,J-: County Commissioners. i good for oranges and all other citrus dist church held their monthly busIness

J. M. .Mathews .. i. .. '.. .-. ,'..871 also has ,plenty,of wild game. Now, sonage Tuesday night. 'The work of !{

S., R. Pyles .... .. ,.t ..r- .. .. ...845 Mr. Editor, when you get ready to the Belleview bell buyers was dis

K,' A. Fort ". .. ,V, .. .863 go hunting, come over and we will cussed.

C. W. Turner, ., .. .; .. ..856 go to the big _scrub. Mr. D. C. Staley began making syrup -the
Board of Public Instruction. The election is about over; it did u on Wednesday.

Isaac Stevens .. .. .. .. .. .'. ..845 not. go to, 'suit,us in every particular, ECHO.

B..R. Blitch n .. e. .. .. ..869 but believing that the majority should ed !

J. S. Grantham .. .. ., .; .. ...828 always rule, we say amen to the result THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. no

Justice of the Peace Dist No. 1. -
: State of Florida, by His Excellency,
,s. A. Bullock '0' 'n .,. .,. ... 178 The Wrought Iron Range company
Napoleon B. Broward governor. A
D.S.Wffliams ... ..\r .. .. H .. 77 people have, done a land office business
proclamation. In acordance with a
3rd Dist V D. Mathews, ... .. '.. 24 'on this side of the river and
custom sacred in the of the J
5th,Dist: 'J. II. Butler .. ,, .. .. 11 have been kept busy this month delivering : "
people of Florida I hereby apoint
6th Dist J..A., Thomas. .. .. .. 20 stoves., e
Thursday the 29th, day of November,
7th Dist! H. W. Dougless .. 00- .. 10 :Mr. and Mrs. l. T. Lewis attendeda of
as a day of Thanksgiving and Prayer.,
Sth.Dist L. B. Branch ., .. 8 beautiful wedding near Lynne last
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And I recommend to all the people
9th DisL,C. J. Smith, .. .. .. ., 9 Sunday of which account has already
1 of this state that on that day, in
13th Dist L.. .B.- Marah. .. .. .. 16 gone to the paper.
devout assemblies in their respective
16th Dist R. C. Douglass .. .. 34 Mr. and Mrs. C.TO 'qqll, of Ocala,
places of worship and in glad gatherings
{ 19th Dist W C. Black ;. .. .. .. 7 are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. W Fort ,
around family firesides,*they
21st Dist L.. L.- Hopkins .. .. .. 23 this week and :Mr. Ball is superintendnig -
give thanks to the Almighty God for
_ 26th Dist D. L. Grantham u .. .. 13 the putting up of his oranges the
the prosperity which fills our land
.t 28th Dist J. Y.,, Hicks .-. .: .. .. 9 this week. \
with plenty and for a civilization
29th Dist. E. C. McLeod '.. .. .. 25 Most of the young men have returned \
which endears and consecrates associations
31st Dist C. J. Smith ,. ,. 00 .. 38 from Lake Weir where they
of home.
32nd Dist D. R. Zetrouer .. ..17 have been putting up oranges_ for the
f And I further recommend that the
Constables. : Carney Investment company.
people make ready for this festival
_ 1st Dist C. W. Smith 'ot .. .. .208 L. J. Parker and daughter of i
with love which binds all hearts
3rd, Dist D. E. Mathews' ..- .. ...23 Ocala, were visiting here this week. ful
i and brightens all homes and with
5th Dist. .C., R. Dean.. ,. e. ., '11 The school here is in fine shape ; No
charity that blesses alike both the
6th Dist E.. Brooks ,; .. .. ? 20 and moving along nicely.
giver and the receiver so broad that
7th Dist Wm. Jones .* ? .. .: 4. 10 Moss Bluff Sunday school Is grow life
it shall reach needy one in
8th Dist Lum, Blackman ... h .. 8 nig in interest and in numbers. the state. every will I

Sth,Dist J. A. Scott .. .< ,. .. ',. 9 Re!. E. D, Luter filled his regular
Given under hand end the Great
16th Dist: J, B. Milligan .,; .. ..30 apopintment here Sunday and preached my
Seal of the State at Tallahassee the
19th Dist, W:. T. Kelsey ,., 00.. 1 a very interesting sermon to a :
ilst'Dist Capital this 8th. day of November, ,in er,
F. D. Lightsey .. .? .. 16 large congregation.
.22nd Dist 1[ Cameron '.. .. ..20 Mr.. :J. T. Lewis visited Ocala last the year of our Lord One Thousand the s

23rd r Dist Joe Denlson ., .. .. 19 week and says Ocala is making great Nine Hundred and Six and of the

26 Dist,A. L. Perry .. .. .. ., .. 11 strides In. all enterprises and Independence of the United States

2Sth Dist }(. L. Pritchett .e .. .. 9 is destined to become a great city the one hundred and thirty-first year. one

29th Dist B. F. W. Early ... .. .. 22 with proper railroad,faeliitles.YAKOPIN.. (seal) N. B. BROWARD,

3&H rx t, j, ':J. Le4tner "H ..14 Governor.By .

.. .Constitutional ,Amendment*. the Governor;, Attest:. .l'4,

For Articled tU.g e H ., ..346 TORREY HAPPENINGS. H. CLAY, CRAWFORD), -
Against ,,.- .o' .. '.. .r :, ._ ... ..117 ,Secretary of State. the _

\ .For Article. W' .. .. .. .. .. ..187Against Mr. sad Mrs. Langford, of Wau- in

...., .r .. .. .. ., .. u .529 chnla. called' ,on Mrs. Best and family The Manatee Mixup.It .

For Article '30 ,. .. .. .. .-..195Against hands, afternoon.Mr. :. seems to be ;a fact that the rJ;

". ,_, ., ,. .. .. .. ... ..493 Barker, who lives three miles most powerful weapon used'in the defeat

Tor..Article 31 u' e. H. ... -. .163 from Waachula has a lovely bean of the drainage amendment :was F..

,Against' .. ? _. -. ., ...: ;. ..404 patch from which he has shipped six the one hammered and beat into the Vol _

For, Article 34 ., .. .. ..". to. t, >...179ACtlut crate .beans, and expectes to ship heads of the people that if,the amend ;

; ., .. .. .. .0 .. .. ..43S many more thisweek.. ment was adopted the' people of the

Y BryanPllians.Wedtresday..nig Some cucumbers were also shipped state would be taxed untold millions !

from this place Jut week. to pay for drainage of the Everglades,
,: >rt in..the. Methodist -
;;ehnrch :at'191arte\\.MIsf Nelge';.Hiw!;; xMr.. ''and, MreJlEf.Hajes, of;Mofflt_ and that the Internal improvement: co+ ; s., r

.. inu.Brysnaind; Mr.,C.,P. Pillans were have recently>moved to"f Totrey and board would jump 'ontO' e !Cry :little : I -
are stopping at the "Williamson pond from Manatee Escambia, and To I
ttrried by .Mr. W. A. Wier. the pastor -
of the church. ply"Mr cat all sort of holes and play the I > -

The church had been decoratedwith I Frank Wells, of Nocatee came devil generally, when a plain readingof that :

up one day last week to look after the amendment proposed showed
pretty evergreens, and flowers -
his business Interests here. luese arguments to be preposterous -
I and looked very pretty for this occasion
Miss Ida Powell of Bowling Green, The amendment itself prevents the

spent the latter part of last week board from going outside of the
The bride looked very girlish and
here with friends and relatives. drainage district to tax anything, and
in her
pretty wedding gown of white.
Miss Belle Hunter left for her home makes the land that is benefitted only my
t. 'She carired a bouquet of bride's roses
in Georgia Friday. She decided not pay for It. We are not kicking because
was attended by her aunt, Mrs. j
V V Cummins to remain with us until December as the amendment was defeated.We j
as matron of honor who
F also wore a dress of white. was first stated. ,Her brother Staten, ere Interested in it only as a

_ Mr, Arthur Hardaker was Mr. Pitlans' accompanied' her af far: as Lakeland.She matter of state policy but we are ly _

best .man. has won many friends during: her condemning the means used to defeat a .: -i

'After stay here who were indeed sorry to it. .
the ceremony there was a big
wedding supper served at the homeof see her leave and. trust this will not So far as the election in this county

the bride's parents. be her last visit with us. !i concerned, a little wench by the of

Mrs. Pilakis is the attractive daughter Mr. Joe Pacey, of Zolfo 'was the! name, of Pandora' slipped in and opened hold

of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bryan and guest of ,Mr. B. Whaley Stm- -- I her: box. turning loose all kinds of :---: I

has won many friends by her charm- Mr., and Mrs. Walston, of Dunnellon evil--aircng others the defeat :of the

ing ways and manners. m.oredto: this place the latter democratic nominee for the legislature 1 I :

Mr Plllans is the secretary of the part of last week. by a socialist As all of the I _
:r. Mr. Willie May in the The V '."
.' Martel Lumber company. i recently bought a newspapers county.'aresup., :

Mr. and Mrs. Pillans have gone to I mule the price paid for it being $50. posed to be democratic, some kind o f = "

Washington and other places on a I Mr. J. A. Touchstone, one of our a reflection might be made, but thenit l -

wedding trip. young merchants, went up to Momely is only reasonable to suppose tha; :.!: + i
I I ..,
The Banner joins their, many Sunday' and was quietly married to as our early vegetables.are just com" Inl '

friends in wishing them a long wed Miss Arcadia Cothen of that place. ins in; that a very considerable Hum Thin ;I ..

ded life.; They returned to Torrey on the night her o:* dt-mocrats: in this county, got: For .

train and have begun the loco weed mixed with _c- -'-.
Mr! and Mrs. J. C. Smith, of this housekeepingfor up their post city attended the wedding. themselves. May sorrow cloud I turnips.Braidentown Herald. I-

their pathway never and, happinessbe I stre : .'' ;

,The Ideal Family Laxative. theirs ever is the wish of the :. : f:
Modern Progress in New York. _
Is one that can be used by the entire writer. Office :
buildings 2G.
family, stories high; "-."_-' ;;:
young and old. weak and '
"SUNSHINE. containing a, thousand offices. Many ca.
.strong..., ,-,-without, -" any- danger- of harm- X painted with the L. & M. snb ,,;" "I
im 'eIIectS.c it should have proper -- --
ties which 'One of Ocala's Hotels covering a city block con ,
insure Needs.
the same dose, al r
taining 1,400 rooms; subway travel + /
.ways' having the same effect, other Former Manager J.. W: Sylvester of 45 miles an hour; ,',

wise the'and.quantity finally will lose have.to be increased the: Marion opera house, says that if This is modern progress. .? '. ,,..
VV effect al :"
Ocala L. & M. Paint is ,
had modern
together.. These properties can be an-.. opera house this yearn progress. -
_ paint _
found in all probability she _
that old family remedy would have
Buy oil fresh from
barrel and
Brandreth's of Pills the; because its ingredients broken'all previous record, as a prosperous all.it to L. &-M., Paint. which Is semi- for ; : :
are purest herbal ex play-going season. He says; mixed. TI )
tracts. and.every pill is kept for three
that he 4 gallons L .& M. Paint
years,before being sold, which allows compelled to cancel fire 3 'mixed with
gallons Linseed Oil. at 50 cents dm :
A them to;_mellowWe' do not believe engagements at onetime and that gallon makes actual a
cost of paint less
there 'is 'a' laxative .on the 'market nearly everyday he has applications than $U0 per gallon. '
that is so 'carefully made.Brandreth's from first class If _
Y troops seeking to fix the slightest defects, exists in :
?V Pills are, the same fine dates for exhibitions. Ocala has the L. & M. Paint that has'been usedon f-"C
laxative tonic pills your grandparentsused. abig any house it will be Wax 4<'
) reputation repainted..for Si's :.,
have asa play-going
They been in use for town nothing! ..
s V over a'century an dare sold in every: and one'f, her real'needs Is-an up-to- Sold by Mclver &. ;'- --i;---
drug and' medicine store either:' plain date, opera house.Fioridaoranges. Fla. y, .Ocala.1.B' ::, >-S":: ":.
: coated. .' ".. ?":
or. .sugar :;" ; :
: 'are becoming The south. is expected to;fare much -- ; .,:;.l>'m>: '"'':-:i."...'-
The price' of, ,silver: with, nothing more | '-.$..:
& ; '
::} behind it but its Intrinsic value ,isclimbingri and more In, demand..A .dealer ,in better' to'. the coming- tlv era 'and harbors Red ; ; --* '- ,.-
: V J Aampa recently received an order bill which Representat1Ye..Bur. $ : :-::"." ;:":_
b wards I for' tea cii.loads.: I ton Is ready to"ntroduce: : : ; .f.r" t* .
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i HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN Mrs. Ed. P. Pittman, of Coleman is .................- ................................ .... Most of Ocala's lawyers are now Miss Sara E. .
in the city'visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. t Harris who represented

:MISS' SARA A. Pittman at their home in the third at Inverness, attending the session of I the second brigade U. a V,
ELIZABETH HARRIS.Uctfc ward. .f U. C. V. REUNIONft. the circuit court. There are two important as maid of honor ,t the Gainesville

Editor, 'murder
(t4 cases on the docket. reunion, returned home yesterday,
i B
'' : The Messrs. Clark proprietors of ft. S While ,in': Gainesville she was the

Shake.It la now "Grandpa. Galloway." the 0. K. Grocery now have in their i Gives Royal Welcome-Patriotic Speeches- Mr. Charles K Harris of Macon. guest of the brigade sponsor Miss
< i Ga., and Mr. B. K. Thrower of
store a very handsome 180 pound Lucile Clclough one of the most' attractive .
__,__ Elegant Reception-Everybody Pleased. Gainesville were popular young traveling
Mr. G" A.Young .Mclntosh, spent cheese. I t men in Ocala and popular young ladles of
yesterday in Ocala. .........+...*...+*......< .......................... yesterday after- that city

Mr. P... S. Alderman a former cItI- noon .
Gainesville FJa., Nov. 14, 1906. ion; Miss Irene McCreary and Miss .- -
Mr. zen of Citra, but now residing at Hon. R. A. Burford returned from
"' ; W. M. Ross of Sarasota, is in Special to the Ocala Banner: Mable Voyle of Gainesville sponsor Mr. Jno. J. Rutland one of Sum-
the for, Holder was a visitor to .our city Gainesville Wednesday, where he'
city few '
a days. The United Confederate Veteransof and maid of honor for the local ter county's most prosperous citizens
Wednesday. went to attend the session of the fall
I the state of Florida assembled in camp. was in Ocala.. Wednesday and was
Mr J. M. Meffert came down term of the circuit court. The crim-
yes this city yesterday morning at 11 At the afternoon sessiqn the Hon.H. kept busy shaking hands with old
: .terday afternoon from Trowel Capt. J. B. Wilcox and Mr. E. B. inal docket will not be sounded until
o'clock, Ex-Governor Francis P. Fleming H. Buckman, of Jacksonville the friends. 0.Mr.
___ ____ _____ next
? Tanner, of Wilcox, who were visitorsto ; As Mr. Burford' is Interested .
t Mr. Clarence Camp brigadier general commander author of the famous Buckman bin,
yesterday in
spent Ocala and an
Tuesday Wednesday. Important criminalcase
t L. M. Graham of
in Gainesville on business.. presiding.,. which has meant so much for Gains-- Connor returned -
p have .returned home. pending he will return next
& On Monday the veterans from all vile made the oration of the occa- home yesterday afternoon week. I

|f Mr. and Mrs. TklcClane, of Candler Mr. E. L. Carney went down to over the state began reaching the sion and acquitted himself in a very from Gainesville, where he attendedthe .

r; were shopping in Ocala Wednesday. Lake Weir yesterday to look after city and by noon yesterday ,the city handsome manner. Confederate reunion. He was Mr. Lte Miller came up yesterday,

was filled with these haired General Fleming made his annual accompanied home by his son Mr. from
i the shipment of his oranges which he gray I Morse, near Lakeland where he
: Mr. and Mrs, L. J. Knight are enjoying is now busy gathering. war-scarred veterans, whose pleasureis report and address to the ,convention Dillon Graham who will spend several -lis now living. Mr. Miller Is

_i|: a visit from the former's par to meet together and live-over the after which General Boylston, of days with him. having a home fixed up at that place

ents.. Railroad Commissioner Newton A. scenes and discuss the inpidents of Jacksonville made a very elquent and Mrs. Miller will join him there
Hon. and Mrs. A. C. Croom and Miss
-'," BUtch was a prominent visitor to our the great conflict from 1861 to 1865. speech on the subject of the J. J. the first part of December and
Baum Jefferson Bell of Tallahassee they
.. Mr. and Mr. Herrick repre- city Thursday He is one of the most The encampment was called to or- Dickison monument, which is to be spent ,will make that place their home for _
seared River in yesterday in Ocala with relatives. .
Crystal' Ocala yester- popular men in the state. .der by General Fleming who introduced erected over the grave of this revered the present Mr. bttltn.
They were home hlns in the
day. I returning from Tam-
.1 < Bishop Weed chaplain general -hero, who is buried in the Jacksonville turpentine business there. Their ..
pa, where they attended the banquetat
Mr. D. H. Irvine of Orange Lake,
who offered After his
i Mr. Ed.. Clements of the Phosphate prayer. appealto the Tampa Bay hotel. Ocala friends will miss them and
;. and Mr. Samuel McAteer of Reddick, On behalf of'layor'Thomas, who the veterans a collection was tak- hope that they will
City, was in the city on business yes soon return to
terday. attended the state reunion of Con. was not able to be present, Mr. T. en up for this fund and a good sized Mr. C. A. B. TIce, one of the most this city.

{: federate Veterans Nov. 1314. B. Ellis welcomed the veterans to amount was realized.In accomplished printers in Flrida-a

j Postmaster Frank M. Long of Mr. Warren Henderson of Chattanooga Gainesville and Mr. Christopher Math- the evening the veterans and gentlemanindeed: who is master of Capt. W. L. Ditto, Colonel. J. H.

S Holder waS in the city yesterday on Tenn., a prominent wagon eson representing Major Horatio their wives members of the G. ,A. R.: his professIon-Is now in charge of Livingston sr? Mr. W. O. Massey, of

i' 'business. Davis commander of Stonewall Camp j and their wives, ,Sons of Veterans, the Ocala Banner job department and this city; Mr. M.. P. Frink, of Fel
manufacturer in
r l spent yesterday
and who is too ill to attend the session Daughters sponsors and maids of we shall be pleased to serve our lowship; Mr. I. P. Stevens of Con
Ocala on business connected with his
i'A most complete line is the very firm. delivered the address of welcome honor were tendered a reception at Wends in this line. nor, and Mr. L. M.
t latest thing in bracelets are Just in from the hosts of this encampment the Tabernacle by the members of Wednesday afternoon from Gainesville -

; at Weihe's. The nation is mourining the deathof the Kirby Smith Chapter U. D. C. It Gen. John C. Devant, of Brooksville where they attended the state

(f Brlgadier-General-t. C. Devant, of was quite largely attended and was commander of the second brigade, U. reunion of Confederate Veterans.
Mr. E. B. Duncan returned home General Shatter. He was in Ocala
f the Brooksville, commander of the ,sec ;a very pleasant affair. The first C. V., and one ,of the most courtly They all unite in saying they had a
during Spanish-American
i. .Jacksonville.The yesterday afternoon. from a trip to and made many friends here. ond division' responded to the ad- part of the evening was devoted to and gallant men in the state, passed most excellent time. The good people _

dresses in a few brief and beautiful a musical program, some of Gaines. through Ocala yesterday afternoonen of the University City treated
Marion block, which has been Mr, Gordon Shepherd Scott was In- words. ville's best talent taking part In the route home from the annual reunion them most handsomely. The city

The state and maIds-of- entertainment. The latter which was held in Gainesville. was decorated for the occasion
:( undergoing extensive repairs, is nearing troduced_ into the mysteries of Elk- .sponsor I part of and Itshowed'lts

; completion.Dr. dom Tuesday' night and it is said he honor were then introduced to the the evening an informal reception was patriotism. in. many ways.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith
accompaniedb ,
bore the tests like a veteran. assembly- the different commanders held ana refreshments consisting "

:: and Mrs. B. P. Wilson, of Red- viz: General Fleming General salad sandwiches and coffee was their three beautiful little child ChrUtian-Griffin.

dick, 'were among the shoppers to Mr. H. H. Whitworth will be represented Jewell General Devant and General served and altogether, it was a very ren were shopping in Ocala yester News has been received in this

'1. our city yesterday. at the Tampa fair with a large :Pasco. pleasant a1talr.Brigadier day. They were returning from a vis- city of the marriage of Mr. Sam

individual exhibit of both cattle and The spnosors are the following General' Jewell, of Orlando it to Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr and Christian of Ocala, and Miss Mura-

r Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Black, of Crystal hogs. He has sent down some prize :young ladies: who has been six times con: :Mrs. Hall a few miles west of Ocala. Griffin, of Fitzgerald, Ga., which occurred -

River, were 'among the visitors in winners. Miss Alene Buckman of'Jacksonville secutively elected brigadier generalof They said they had a most delightful on Wednesday November 14.

- the city yesterday.: state sponsor; Miss Gladys the third division and who is a Hire. After their marriage Mr. and Mrs.

Mr. A. M. Dickson of the firm of Halle, 'of' Jacksonville maid of hon patriotic and enthusiastic .Confederate Christian went to Atlanta and reach
& Dickson Mrs R. C. Burt and her young. ed home Friday afternoon over the
f' Mr. and Mrs Sam White have returned Christian prominent .merchants or; Miss Adele Chaffee of Pensacola, was elected major-general of the :
of McIntosh in Ocala grandson. Master Hoy, were. in Ocala Atlantic Coast Line
, was
to McIntosh after spending several for the first division Miss Florida division
sponsor ; by acclamation. i Mr. Christian is the son of Dr. and
yesterday afternoon
Wednesday and at the ,on way to
was registered
days.in Ocala.. Vera McDavid,' of Pensacola maid of General J. C.. of
Devant Brooksville
Ocala House. Crystal River from Jacksonville, Mrs. M, T. W. Christian., who.reside at
honor; Miss Lucile Colclough, .of was unanimously elected brigadier where they have been Oak Hurst 'and' he Is a progressiveyoung
Mrs. E. Wlckham of Salem NebMs J several
for second division general of Che
expected, here today to visit, her Mr.. G. .B. Tankersly ,the celebrated Gainesville sponsor second division amid weeks with Mrs. Burt's son and farmer and a splendid young
; Miss Sara Harris, of Ocala much enthusiasm., After the. election man and has hosts of friends who
.: sister Frank Ditto. cabbage grower of Coleman came daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.. Walter
Mrs. ,
maid of honor Miss Mary Howard of the reunion sine
; adjourned die.
up to Ocala Tuesday to attend the extend to him and his wife hearty '

Mr. Speigrier Anderson and Mr. session of the Elks and returned home Orlando sponsor for the third dlvis- S. B. H. Burt.Mr. congratulations and best good wishes.

Will P..1 Edwards were out" quail shooting Wednesday 'T' .. -, --' .--- .... .-. -- Thomas 'J. Graham, of the 5th Mrs. Christian will, be very pleas ,

yesterday afternoon.; ,..........SSS&SSg ......................................:.-:-:.........:. '. ...:.:.:..: :...;..'.....;...........:.....:: :...;...:.......:......:..................................... regiment United States' Cavalry, antly remembered in Ocala, having -

Mr.. L. J. Knight sr., :of Quitman, : stationed at Fort Wlngate N. M. is resided here for a couple of yean.: "-
I Mr and Mrs. R. R. Carroll and their Ga-, father of our Messrs. W. A. andL. THE VETERANS ( SPONSO ijSoijii wwo'1 in the city visiting his brothers She was a member of the Baptist

.. little daughter Morris have gone to J, Knight, .is in Ocala paying thema >.> '>.->: I Messrs. W. D. and John M. Graham. church choir and has many friends ="

Tampa to attend the ,,fair. visit; He ia in the enjoyment of 1 The Convention Closed l With a Grand Ball Given I After a day or two here he will.-go ,I and acquaintances here, who are t exceedingly -

jfMr.. Charles' Howard came home splendid health. ti 1.. in Honor of the Visiting Delegates ,*i over ents. to Grahamville to visit his par glad that she is to again.

yesterday afternoon from Palatka \ .................................................n....,..,.....,..,..,..,..,.,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,....,. .............u....' .V make this her home.
Mr. R. L., Martin leaves today for ;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;;;;::::::;:;::::::::::;:; :;;:;;;;;;;;; v.v.vxtf
where he is now working. Lake Weir for a few days. He .is t The first steam heat ever used* in $2,00.a Day Hotel.. ,
On Wednesday evening the Confed- Jacksonville, led by Prof. Newsom ,
having his hotel put in thorough Ocala'was used in the )Marion block -
Dr and Mrs Paul Snow, of Summer- erate reunion at Ganesville endedin Mr. Karl Weihe, of this city, being The. Montezuma hotel will give theguests '
and will it ; during the recent dip in the thermometer
shape probably I
field were among the shppers to our open a blaze of glory with a grand ball the pianIst. as a novelty.. roast 'possum
for the season. It is the best heat on earth ;
with sweet with _
: busy little city yesterday. given at. the opera house complimentary Phomptly at nIne o'clock the hall I potatoes, spiced
...... and the test given it in said building baked'oysters of the Sunday' '
to the Confederate Veterans and opened with as part
a grand march led byDr.
Ask for Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla last
Tuesday and Wednesday was in
Mrs. Platt, of Kentucky, is thee dinner. 11.16.3tAccident
their sponsers and maids-of honor.This Harrison
Hodges who danced I
and say it plain. Absolutely every satisfactory.
guest of her daughters Mrs D. W. way
was a fitting climax to a delightfultwo with Miss Alene Buckman state \.
twice far "Blue
pure go as and the to Mrs. Gamble.
Davis and the Misses Piatt.
Ribbon Flavor" is perfection. Ask for days' reunion and the event was sponsor. There were over sixty Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flynn are the

planned and successfully carried out couples in line and the beautifully happy parents of Yesterday afternoon' while Mrs.
Mr. John R. Martin has purchaseda the 25 cent size. a bouncing son who
by the members J. J, Fin dressed David Gamble was driving on Fort '
turpentine farm at Istachatta whichis young women with their gal- was born' Tuesday.. Bob, Junior tipped ,
said to be very fine property. Mr..J. D. Marsh has arrived inOcalato ley Chapter U. D. C. of that lant escorts formed a very handsomeand : the beam'at twelve pounds upon King avenue her horse was frighten =

I accept a position with the Ocala city who were very splendidly spirited scene. his arrival. Father Flynn as well as ed at.a little, Shetland pony, became .

Mr,, Lee PT Cox of Leesburg is in I Steam Laundry. He is a brother to assisted by the young gentlemen of Miss Buckman wore a lovely white Grandpa Galloway are' receiving the unmanageable, capsized the buggy
and threw the lady to the pavement
the city for a few days the guestof Messrs. Roland and Horace Marsh the University City. gown as did also Miss Gladys Halle, congratulations of all, their friends.Mr .

> his mother.. Mrs. W. S. Pike. formerly of this city. The hall was very elaborately, decorated her maid of honor. Besides breaking her arm Mrs. Gamble -

with quantities of bunting in Miss Adele Chaffee and Miss Vera and Mrs. Edd Carmichael and received other injuries.A .
\ We send out sixteen pages in our Mr, J. W. Sylvester left last night the Confederate colors-red and McDavid, the sponsor and maid of son, Weller* are moving in the Toph physician was summoned, her

.' weekly edition to accommodate our for the big Tampa fair. After spend white. .Confederate flags swords honor for the first brigade, were both resIdence on South Third street and arm was set and at' last accountsshe

.Increasing advertising patronage.,. ing several days there taking in the sabres and guns and many beautiful dressed in white. .. :. will board with Mr. and -}Irs. J. C. was resting as comfartably as

v sights be will visit his mother at St. evergreens lent to the hall a very Smith. Mr. Carmichael expects' to could be expected.. -

Mr. R., O. Eagle representing Lud- Petersburg on his return trip. festive appearance.In Miss Lucile Colclough, sponsor for tear down his home on Fort King She received a great nervous shock.
and Bates is in the and is the second brigade, wore a handsome
den city
the receivingline were the following avenue and rebuild it and when completed -
the Montezuma hotel. McDavid 'I pale blue radium princess gown and Miss Eagleton's Reception to Rev.
registered at Mrs. H. G. will go to Tampa gentlemen and ladies: Gen. it will be one of Ocala's hand-
today to take in the fair. She will Miss Harris, maid-of-honor, wore pink. and Mrs. Harrison.
'retiring somest residences.
Francis P. the
Fleming, ma- Miss Mary Howard, who representedthe
Remember the Montezuma is always be accmpanied by her aunt, Mrs. Jno. jor-general of the Florida division; Last night at her home OP Ockla-
third division
I was in pale blue
open night and day 'ready to McCredie of Micanopy, and her nelce, 'Gen. Jewell, the newly elected com- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rogers of waha avenue Miss Margaret Eagle-
and Miss
11-163 Voyle, representing the local
serve the people at $2.00 a day. '
Miss Jennette' McCredie of this mander of the divisIon Cot A. A. camp wore' white. Electra a young bridal couple were ton was the 'bostess at a very brilliant

The hunters say that quail shooting city. I Morrow, U. S. A, (retired); General One of the admired guests ot'the In Ocala yesterday and took the reception which was given in
northbound Atlantic Coast Line train compliment to Rev. and Mrs. George
this is very excellent.. The birds Devant, commander of the second
year more numerous than in manyyears. Col. W., N. Camp arrived home yes- brigade; Gen.' F, L. Robertson, of ball was Miss Claire Stringfellow of for an extended honeymoon trip. Mr. Hendree Harrison.It .
are terday afternoon from Roanoke Va. Jacksonville, one of this year's debutantes -
Cen. Stephen D. Lee's staff;, Colonel and Miss Fort and a number of was a very largely attended.and
The friends of Colonel Camp will be *ho was very 'lovely in a lavender
MagiU and Major John W. Tench, friends accompanied .them to the delightful social event and tomorrow
be very glad to know that he expectsto princess gown. train and morning will have a full ,account
showered we
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds returned to Mth of General Fleming's staff; Mrs.C. them with their

Ocala yesterday afternoon from a visit spend the most of the winter in A. Colclough, Mrs. John Chest? All during the evening punch was good wishes. of it in our columns.AndersonRoess..

to Jacksonville and other places in this city. nut, Mrs. J.. D. Stringfellow Mrs. S. served from attractively arranged r

',' the state, J. 'Thomas' Mrs J. H. Fprr." Mrs. K. punch bowls In each end of the room. bur weekly is now sixteen.page&i It$ .
Mr. W W. Condon the popular They were presided ,over by Mrs J. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lockridge. Anderson
M. Grieve Mrs. E. E. Cannon, Mrs size has been Increased to accommodate :
s Mr and Mrs. Chas. Vrooman MI1- proprietor of the Ocala Music Co. B. F. ,Hampton and the two honorarylife M. Dell and Mrs. Sam .Dell and dur its increasing advertising pat- have Issued. invitations to the

er. who spent, a week at Crystal the, Florida Electric and 'Plumbing presidents of the,,Florida U. D. ing the., intermission most petIzicg rcnage. The price, however, remains wedding of their daughter :Mary Patio

'\.Rlver fishing and hunting have returned Co the. and the up-to-date ticket agentof is CoO Mrs: Patten AD terson, of Palatkaand refreshments we. e.-1oy the same. The Ocala Banner is beyond and Mr. Martin John Roess,, the '
Seaboard Air Line railway
home. York ,Mrs. Drysdale, of Jacksonville. One of the investing "a doubt the best newspaper 'ever wedding to take place at the Presby
booked for a trip to New this
The arrangement committee included the' program was the Old Virgjua printed in Marlon' county. It endeavors terian church Wednesday evening, -

,What has become of the Marion week. Messrs. B. F; Hampton Scott Reel; which was participated in by to uphold \he best Interests of November' the twenty-eighth.

County Sub-Turpentine. Operators'As- Broome, J. H. Tench and Dr. W. E. quite a number of the veterans and the county and promote Its perma- I '
; soclaitonT Isn't it about time it was Beginning next Sunday the Atlantic $2.00 a Day'Hotel.In .
Lassiter while Messrs. B. K. Thrower was ]00. by 'General, Fleming and nentefare.. See that your neigh I
Coast .Line will inaugu- the Montezuma: -
railway cold weather
)ding a meeting ,
,. E. M. Tench and Lieutenant L. R. Miss Sara Harris. bor becomes a subscriber, '
rate a night service between St Pet- hotel will keep good fires }n th ,of. ,5
Ball constituted the floor committeeand The dancing was continued until
.: Mr H, H. Wbitwprth is in Tampa ersburg and Jacksonville and Ocala ; $2.00 a Day House. fica!and in the parlor with fire In the :-. .
: saw that nothing was left undone half after two o'clock and was
with an- individual exhibit of four I will be made the terminal for the local : ; Ladies who come shopping from dining room, on cold mornings and do .
for the
pleasure of the guests. The of the largest and most brilliant social
: car loads of stuff.- He.was. determia I freight crews and, yesterday was I the country and stop at the Montezuma ; I its best to" make Its guests comfor
beautiful and held
spirited dance music ever ? fiat has ever been "
'ed, that Marlon county, should not go I made the 'relaystation for the' passenger .* hotel win find a place to warm table. 11.16.3t
; I was furnished by an orchestra from In the .state; j "
unrepresented. Mr. Whitworth is a .engine cre's. This change and if .they stay, over night we will !
"right.: With I'a hundred Whit- means a great 'deal to the business interests Dr, Hampton, of Tampa Is suing '
,. Citizen try and give them_a room with afire '
of Ocala the benefit Cmmereiai printing of an kinds.Vals +'1Istic Job printing Ocala Banner Attorney MacFariane for referring to -
a' .3lirion giving :us :
: what great auntr place, where needed they :can
.... -worth. t If him'*in one of his speeches as a
-: .:. 'of several additional families. ( Banner Job. Rooms.liiaa1iiiiiiil. Job Rooms. : ->- '" fire. I
would;."be f.J Ome.T *- ,.i.' j -- have comfqrtfjjy the<<" 11-16t' i"quack" He wants $50,000damages.) .
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*Bit-'*, We do, not intend to pay freight, as we move to Newport News, Va. Other headquarters after/Dec. 3 J. 4

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1 Broadcloth;:56-inches wide, $1.50 We have about 150 Manufactur- LADIES' SKIRTSI
per yard. Our Price 89c ers: Sample Suits, 'up to" date, .I
t assorted colors,$12.50 to $15.00 1
CRAVENETTE GOODS values, must go atMEN'S tl'8.98 Made Suits. if 6 Skirts just received made of I {;
Fancy Plaid .Skirting full width J
t .;I. : $2.0p;,= .per!ard. Our.price'SERGES. 1.23 SUITS. front and side gore made in pointed -: 4 I
/ 36 Ladies Suits lined with bilk, design ese are,bound to suityou '
117 Mens' Suits, real nobby, assorted at .19
$3.00. Our Price
all colors,the latest thing out, all
colors, real value $6.00 to 2 Less
New York
a 98 'colors,real value. factory price, j.
I $10.00 to$12.50
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All colors inches Must go at "
52 wide sold ., a= c
: : .' ,for*....OO, Our Price 89cBRILLUNTINES ME 'S PANTS. 27 Ladies1 Suife, all.colors, real 193 Skirts of fine quality Brilliaii- j J1
( ; '. : I, values $15.00 to.1800. Our tine, Black and Blue,' Full G
=,s: .. -, :$4,00 to $5.00, all worsted. assort. 2 98 prices will make them go at t I.y.U width, finished in all styles the
ed patterns. Our price tP LADIES' SUITS of very latest; these are bargains at *
24 the best
56 inches wide, best quality, sold ZA- : t
:for $1.25.. Our Price 0"C $3.00 values! all colors. all wool, .I 98 that Ocala has ever seen, all colors $3.50 to $ .50, we have marked.$2 19 t" iv- t;
Our-Price tP o real valves $20.00 to $25.00. (f AO "them all out at ., .' h
; .. ,. VOILE. $2.00 and .$3.00 values, assorted 1'-29 L Our! Price $12. t
colors., Our Price tP LADIES' 139 Circular Skirts of fine quality L.,
JACKETS, Our Price <
;All colors, worth $1.00. to $1.50 Plaid Skirting,full width,two box
,, 69c $1.50'to $1.75 values, will'go at 98c 2.00 to. $8.50. Worth double trimmed
"' Our Price the dopey.I plaits with buttons to
S match, bottom trimmed with two ;
MOHAIR 'SUITING. BOYS' KNEE PANTS cloth straps, assorted plaids, the i LIP r -iitl,!
latest, tlP
very. $x,00to$8.50.Oursale.. tlH
Real novelty,54 inches wide,$1.50 Boys' Knee Pants, from I9c to 59c SILK WAISTSAll .. '
S _S. ,Our Price J9c worth double the money.BOYS' I 223 Fine Quality Panama and ta
Colors, real value $5.00 to Q Voile Skirts, Full Plaited stitched' -
T ,, ,BRILLIAUTi. SUITS. ( $6.00. Our Price tlJ 2.98 with yoke,full with inverted plaits IE!

from $1.29 to 2.98, the best that Silk Waists all colors, .$8.00 to Q J back finished in all the latest. :
All styles, $8.00 to
colors l 29 98" $10.00 values
39cMAORAS. $10.00 values. Our
ever :was offered for the price, tjJ priceFlannel ,tP'i. Our Price 5.48 OJ
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worth.... double the money. I ILONSDALE Waists, all colorS, real,! .-j
value $2.50 Our PriceWAISTS
NZ .: White' Madras for waists, real 1. CAMIIRIOI Flannellettes and Eiderdowns .. width finished in all,styles. -the Y
.-.:' value 25c to 35c a yard. Our One case Lonsdale Cambric, real real values 75c, must go certainly beauties at'the price. :
.,. ,.:. Price lOc to 19c value 121.2c. Our Price 71.c as long as they last at 39c From $4.00 to $8.00. Our Price tP 1"98'I t

\, 138 taffetta Silk Skirts. There r
z tSilks: Silks' Silks. OUTINGIlOcu CHILDREN'S' ANDINPANT'S has never been anything sh own in .

value, must five cents Ocala-like these before, made in
Black Taffeta, 36 inches wide, go 5c- all styles,the prettiest ever shown. .i
: ue 1.25 to$1.50. Our price val.89'c yard. :Price from 8.00 to $10.00. Our < 1
COATSIChildren's -
Novelty Silks in all colors, 81.00 price 4 98 t!
: to $1.50 values. Our Price Ik39c TABLE 3LOTH.er c
Black China Silk, 30 inches wide, Larnbsdpwn Coats, real We have f
t rized, value 75c must go values $6.00 to $8.6o, Our Price $1 98 a large line of Misses'
worth 50c to 85. Our Price at 39c o walking Skirts;_to see them means
1 China Silk in all colors, 86'inches 'Children's Lambsdowji Coats some to buy. The prices are right from = L L f
wide, values 7oc to $1.00, the best J I thing real,nice, value 10.00. Our $1,50 to $3,00.0 qr Price 98*to 411.flQ ,.y. L y
made. Our Price 49c HOSE'ILtd Price t1'4.48 I i

i Changeable Silk, 36 inches wide, es' and ChildrensHose S ; Infant's Bedford Cord
real Coats,
c;. .r-: all colors, best quality Our Price 89c. value 12 1-2 and 15 a pair. Our something. nice for 98c and up to tP I'98. ,COMPORTS 1 AND BLANKETS -i
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',:.. \d' value 100. OurPnce.. 49c Must at i
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go Price.At
-: ;. Fancy Silk Eolienne,all colors,real LACES AND
value 65c,a yard, Our Price 29c OVERCD!T8. 4-. f
';, Satin, all colors, 40 inches wide, :
j 49c [ and boys' overcoats, must go at 3c to 69c a yard. Worth double SWEATERS
real value to .
: $1. $1.25. Our Price .Half Price. -
money, .
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AFTERNOON TEA Ocala's Electrical Equipment. MR.. W. T. WHEELER TO BE
TOM R S. HARRISON.From To the Hon. Mayor and City Council, MARRIED TO A TEXAS GIRL

Ocala, Florida.GentlemenThe. FOR/ SiCK
last Friday's Daily. undersigned, representing Mr. Isaac Crutcher has issued in-

: : Avoid alum and alum phosphate The initial event of the winter socially the firm of Ludwig & Co., vitations to the marriage of his f -

was the tea yesterday after- engineers, respectfully submit herewith daughter, Annie Louise, and Mr.. William -

noon at which Mrs., George Frederick a summarized report on the result Tarver Wheeler. on the evening j -
baking powders.Thelabel Dittmer entertained her friends in' of his inspection and tests on of Wednesday, November twenty- ed '/ Ai

honor of '''Mrs. George Hendree Har- the new equipment of your electric first in the First Methodist church

.. law that all rison. light plant. at Tyler Texas.

requires Mrs. Dittmer's pretty home was The great amount of figures obtained Mr Wheeler resided in Ocala several

thrown open for the occasion and from above investigations and tests years and was in the lumber business -

i the ingredients be'named its artistic furnishings gained an added I i makes it impossible to embody them here. He left this city a little

beauty by the addition of many j In this report and the present report -over two years ago for Big Sandy,

on the labels. Look vases of beautiful roses and a quantity therefore, ,only covers the main Texas, and has since resided in that ..:

v out of lovely asparagus fern was results, and such remarks and conclusions state. His ,Ocala friends will be Interested ........

used in the decorations of the serving as are brought out by above In the announcement. of his

: E for the alum compounds. table. results, it being understood that im- approaching marriage.Will .

Mrs. Dittmer wore a white organdie mediately upon the writer's return to
Practice Medicine in Ocala.
gown and was a rery charmingand Atlanta a full report will be worked
Dr. Harry C. Dozier we are informed -
NOTE. lies in cordial hostess and her attrac- out and submitted to your honorable
-Safety buying only will shortly'open offices In Ocala
tive honor guest, Mrs. Harrison, was body.
for the practice of medicine. He will
Royal Baking Powder which is a gowned in white net over white taf- General remarks: Preliminary to
have offices in the Holder block as
fetta. She has only been living In making efficiency and capacity testson
: soon as they are completed and will
pure, cream of tartar baking powder, Ocala for the past month having the new station equipment it make a specialty of children's dis
come to this city as a bride and this was found necessary to make a num-
'and the best that be. made. eases.
can was her first introduction to many of ber of adjustments on both engine and -
Dr. Dozier is a 'graduate of the VI II ...- .
the ladies of Ocala. She is charming generator equipments in order to ob- ,
University of Pennsylvania and af : .
and cultured and has won for her- tain satisfactory results from same
ter his graduation practiced medicinefor =
self many warm friends in her new and this was especially necessary ..= = ..=---
about a year at Columbia, S. C. .:: '
home. with one of the generators which owing
He is the son of )Ir. and Mrs. John .
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Fine New Horses.A Mrs. Dittmer was assisted In enter to 'some electrical defects was
Dozier, of this city, and with his \.
number of fine new driving horses taining by Miss Louise Gamsby and not fit for normal operation In the
wife and little girl has been in Ocala 1381.
MISS were received in Ocala Friday after- Miss Miriam Pasteur and the afternoon condition it was found by the writer. '
for several months, the guests of his
Local Editor. noon. Mr. Jack Camp received a was characterized by a delightful Results of tests: The results of a parents.Dr. HARSH 9

beautiful pair, a black and white from simplicity, the guests mingling together series of careful tests show conclusively Dozfer's Ocala friends will be A VICTIM OF LA GRIPPEr

y Virginia and Mr. H. A. Ford receiveda in a most informal manner that the complete engine and r
Mr. John_ T. Lewis has a big cane I glad to know that he will reside permanently
fine pair of carirage horses that he and enjoying the conversation of their electrical equipment fulfills the guarantees I Henrietta A. 8. Mush, 769 w.
crop and Is making preparations to In this city and hope that'
purchased some weeks ago. Mr. E. different friends for an hour or more. given by the manufacturers lath St, LosAngeles, Cal., Prellden'Woman'
manufacture it into sugar and syrup. 'tin their contracts. Tests he will be very successful in the Benevolent Asa'n writes:
fc. Nelson's beautiful horse also ar Seventy-five ladies were invited by respective ,
rived Friday morning from the north. Mrs. Dittmer to meet Mrs. Harrison. further show that the complet equip- practice of his profession.Mr. suffered with la grippe,.sertfl
Mrs. Julia S. Haisley and her sister weeks and nothing 1 could do or tale
z Mrs. Seville, have gone' to Tam- Ocala already has a great many I I In the dining room Mrs. Charles S. ment of the plant Is now in a satisfactory and Mrs. Henry H. Hunt will helped me until I tried Peruna.I .
handsome teams and these new ones Cullen and Mrs. David S. Woodrow condition and fully able to be that 1 had at Jut
pa to spend several weeks. the guests shortly of Mr.. and Mrs. felt at once
I will add more lustre to her fame as presided at the coffee and chocolateurns assure a continuous operation with Oliver Grant Weston. Mr. and Mrs. secured the right medicine and I kept

General Rutland of Rutland. Sum- : lover of good horses. and Misses Sue Anderson, Thur- good economical results, and to the Hunt are the brother and sister of steadily improving.Within three week*

ter county, continues to make those -. I bee Gore and Annie Atkinson served. limit of the guaranteed capacity of Senator and Mrs. :McLauren, of Miss- I was folly restored,and I am glad that

weekly visits to Ocala. Marriage Notice. This being the first affair of the the respective equipments. To be issippi.Mr. I gave that truly great remedy a trial

I x At the residence of Mrs. B. A. Gran- winter social season many of the, sure there are several points of minor 1 wilt never be without it again."

Mr. J. K. Christian, member of I tham, of Pine Wednesday, 9:3Q: a. ladies were out to their new winter, importance which will deserve Curtis representing the Cole In a letter dated August SI,1501,bin.Marsh .
a. m., Mr. Clarence L Grace, of Kendrick says: "I have never yet heard
of such
but the
Christian & Dickson Mslntosh, and and correction same are
gowns and beau '
many charming Brothers big circus says that Ocalais the efficacy of Peruna questioned. We
Christian & Gamble Co. and :Mrs. Annie Laurie Gran- to be by
also of the tiful costumes nature as readily 'adjusted
were seen the the
during little Kentucky
: biggest town he has still use it I traveled through -
at Dunnellon was in the city Thurs- tham, of Pine, were united in the present station management.
j afternoon. your struck in the south: and Tennessee three yean ago,
day on his way to the former place. holybonds,, of matrimony, Rev. G. H. '. Basing upon the above results, and where! found Peruna doing its good

I York, of Citra officiating.The Wreck at Citra. his personal inspection, the writercan Mr. J. G. Peace, of Micanopy, ar work. "Much of it is being used here
r Mr. J. W. Kn1ghtmember of the From last Friday's Daily conscientiously recommend to in also."-Henrietta A. 8.Marih

legislature from Citrus county wasa Daughters of the ,Confederacyheld rived the ciay Saturday afternoonfor Address Dr. Hartman, President ot
The northbound freight train on, your honorable body that the complete ,
a short visit to his
visitor yesterday. He was a strong their regular monthly meeting the Seaboard Air Line railway was:i equipment in question be accepted. Peace. daughter, Miss I The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
of the dralanage amends Friday afternoon, Mrs. Frank Harris Margaret
opponent Ohio.
wrecked at Citra at an early hour As a furtehr result of.his tests and
Q ment, and was very much gratified I being the hostess. Quite a number yesterday morning Investigations. the writer respectfully '

the result of his county. were present and the regular .business ," .
over -
The train consisted of about sevenor calls your attention: to the ,fad -- ---1 _
was transacted after which ice --- '" -. .- -: _
m eight freight cars heavily loaded that under present conditions it
Mr. J. M, Mathls of_ the commis- cream and cake was served by Mrs.
w ii- oranges consigned to S. J. Sligh would be more economical for cityto '
sion firm of Young & Mathis of New Harris assisted by Miss Louise Har
r & Co., Jacksonville. discontinue wood as fuel, and to I '
York, Is Ip the city. He has just returned rise The 'meeting next month will be I Cold I _
-1 It was Impossible to secure any use coal exclusively provided proper Storage
from Colorado, where his firm held at Mrs. N. I. Gootlieb's.Messrs..W. .
definite cause of the wreck as the officials facilities can be obtained from the
is largely interested In vegetable I S. Bullock, E. W. Davis,
refused to talk. The engine :railroad company for switching, coa
growing. He shipped one hundred M. W. W. Stripling S. ,
Briggs I
',- did not leave the track but the tender ,cars immediately to the plant, and of Meats :
and twenty-nine car loads of canta- A. Donnella, 0. T. Green, S. R.
was half way buried in the sand and provided further, that the cost of a
loupes f' >m that state. Pyles R. B. Bullock. R. L. Anders
the cars were splintered and piled fair grade of steam coal does not .exceed ,I _
son and H. L. Anderson were visitorsto
H. C. :Morrison of Lake Weir, on top of each other. The rails and $3.50 per ton delivered at the
last week We
Inverness the
beg to to
who spent two days ,most pleasantly were registered "at the hotels Evergreen crossties were scattered in.every direction plant The above suggestion is based ,

returned to his home Friday and oranges were strewn upon the following considerations:.
!s-- In afternoon. He has a five acre. orange and Orange. along the road for several hundred During one of, the tests made by p bIic that we are icady to -

t t grove and his fruit is very choice.. Mr. and Mrs.$ J. W. Ward, Jr., of yards. the writer a total of 9,064 pounds of cure Meats. GUARAN- o.

: ,His' grove entirely escaped the vise Floral City, passed through Ocala Both the north and' south bound water was transformed into steam

tatlon of the "white fly" Friday afternoon returning home passenger trains yesterday afternoonwere requiring exactly one and one-half TEE SATISFACTION and
i delayed several cords of wood which, at $2.00 per
from a visit to the Jacksonville car hours being ._-, .
; Mr..J. W. Stevens, one of the prominent nival. compelled to remain at Citra until cord represents an expense of $3.00.If .
i'"7 citizens of the Fort McCoy a new track could be laid. a fair grade of steam coal can be solicit your patronage.."$ ,t,,t

c R ifneighborhood was among the callers Deputy Marshal Dean is as game a No one was injured in the wreck, used during ,this test each pound of I

r at this office yesterday and talked sportsman as he Is' a policeman and button of the passengers on the coal would have readily evaporated

i-: optimistically of his section.. It will, the string of birds he brings in is south bound train got too close to 7 pounds of water, and therefore OCALfl ICE a

k he thinks, outclass Hastings as soon generally the biggest. He can kill where the wreckage was being cleared about 1,300 pounds of coal wod

m I as it secures shipping facilities. quail with a rifle on the wing. away and was badly hurt about have been required. Assuming that FUEL CO.

: the head. Dr. Blackshear was calledto such a grade of coal had cost $3.50

ds Mr. and Mrs. Herman Benjamin Mrs.' Leland Smoak returned home the injured man's assistance and per ton delivered to your plant, the '--- ---- -
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P have returned home from Atlanta.' eral days to relatives at Flemington rendered. the necessary surgical aid. corresponding expense would have -

Mrs. Benjamin has been away for Friday afternoon from a visit of sev- been $2.30. Considering the steadily I .

some months and Mr._ Benjamin went and Fairfield.Mrs. Another Candidate for Alderman in advancing price of wood, ruta" ..-

to Atlanta several weeks ago to Third Ward ing difficulty to obtain a regular sup- LANDS.
't visit relatives and to accompany his Albert E. Owens, with her two Ocala, Fla... Nov. 8; 1906. ply of same,' we would seriously ad- 0

i wife 'home.Mr. pretty little daughters, returned yes To H. C. Groves- vise you to give this,, matter: your If you have lands'you wish to sell, lease or rent; -{
terday from a visit_ to relatives in We the undersigned registered voters attention.
immediate or if you want to buy lands for farming grazing
i Jackson A. Due, formerly of Middletown Ohio. of the third ward, Ocala, Fla., do As to the actual cost of operating ,

*M. city.. butManila who has been living at hereby petition you to become a can-j your plant, we have obtained all the turpentining lumber purposes,
in the Philippine Islands for The holiday goods are arriving dally I didate for alderman or councilmanfor necessary' data, and expect to give Write to

some yew has ******&. on his way to now at Mr. G. D. Hogan's place. He : the third ward, Ocala, Fla., at I' you a full account on same in our detailed ,

the: states and will reach America in says that they are the finest that ever I coming ,election. I I report, as it will be ''necessary REAL ESTATE-CO.
a .few weeks. Mr. Due is ,private "came down the pike" too. And do hereby subscribe our to base the same upon 'the actual expenses : .

secretary to Governor Ide auk .is doing names: > as well as upon the' results J '-OCALA FLORIDA. "

splendidly in his far away home. Mr. and Mrs. Leon" Griggs, of Ox- J. A. Plttman W. R. Wood, P. G. obtained, from tests. We may state, ,_

v The many Ocala friends of Mr. Due ford, have moved to Ocala and will I Gowens, H. A. Fausett, L. Green, W. however, that day service, under I I

= hope that he will make a Ocala a make this city their home. This pa-_ M. Finder H. L.. Lloyd C. L. Moore, present conditions, entails a consid- W. A. KNIGHT. LE.', LANG.

Visit while he Is in this country. per extends them a welcome.Dr. Thos.. R Gary, Sid R. Whaley F. K. erable loss to your plant, inasmuch as I 9

Powers, E. H. Mitchell, Charles the income therefrom is almost nill '
and Mrs. H. G. and little -
handsome new pipe organ of : Spooner ,Johnson J. W. Alexander, T. W. while the cost of operation is greatly ANNOUNCEMENT
girl returned tp Stanton Friday
church has now been Smith George MacKay, L.- W. Moore, increased. We shall also refer to this .
Methodist ,
afternoon after
installed and will be used for the in Ocala. spending.. a fewdays C. E. Ball, C. Hornberger J. J. Tip- important question in our detailed' We here Just. purchased the Wa gon and Harness business of Messrs. \

first time tomorrow morning. Miss M. ton E. T. Helvenston, D. E. McIver, report. S. A. Stan. {\\.j & Company, -and propose to add to the stock of l goods every

will be the new organ. George Giles ,F. P. Gadson, J. S. Respectfully submitted. thing that is needful to make 'it aCOMPLETE ,LINE in every sense of

B. Wartmann she is a very accomplished Misses Fussell and Norwood Mrs.T. LaRoche, J. W. Lyles, J. E Bailey, LUDWIG & CO., the woid.. We are agents for several of the !Bisigf arm Wagons on the market

) tat and as music will now be a special J. ,McBeath and Mr. H. C. Collins A. Eichelberger_ G. L. Taylor W. By R,Ludwig;, ; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great variety
t musician of Oxford of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee.
were all visitors to this
'- of the services. The organ P. Wilson C. H.,Dame, L. KaminsH.
s feature
city during the week. L. C. Smith, W. 0. Massey, C H.
la an exceedingly handsome one. has Stewart. Rev and :Mrs. Sam J. White, of High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages,

an' exquisite' tone and will' add very- The Sumter County Times refersto McIntosh, are In_ the city for a few Unexcelled Wagons. Harness,

Mne14 to th- tJh.. Ed. P. Pittman as "Coleman's big Miss Ernestine Brooks went out to days. Lap Kofces, Etc.,_ Etc.

furniture dealer." He is using print.er'e Martel Friday afternoon to :spend the
Mr Lee Miner. one of the.most,sue ink in that connty'the
same as he week-end with her-parents. She was "
and "by the \ay. true of the I Ioungeft Offered, to' Turpentine Wagons a Specialty J
x used to in Marion., accompanied by her cousin,.Miss Fay HELP "
men..In this seettoa.left -: Young People "
turpentine Cribbett,'of Largo, who has,been visiting Worthy We are Always In Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate Compet1,ba-:
: Friday for relatives in Ocala for several We earnestly request all young

to Polk county to look after his vast i MH IHiNV Ok vV. days. persons no ,matter how limited their We are Sole Agents for celebrated White Hsckory': Turpentine -

'holdings there. He will be absent_for .L8UI1IIY._ means' or education, who desire :a -
and Farm Wagon.Knight .
sw ur iai thorough business training and good ,
several; 'weeks. Lee's many friends M...+.....Mw. Mr, and. Mrs. Frank: Drake. anddaughter position, to write at once for. our
to learn of his' ,almost ......- several'. In .
ue pleased+ spent days Jacksonville great half rate otter. Success ,Inde

yleeojaeeal'; success to, his chosen. FURS ',during the past week. During pendence'and probable' fortune ,guar .& Lang-

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...................... ... t 11...................i Daughters of4 the Confederacy.A r r'L-7 57w
telegram from Gulfport Miss.,

"HOW IT HAPPENED IN NEW YORK. :says; A committee of three, Col. A. i d 77
r f /f r t'
McAlpine, the lIon. Bucks Yerger

: Much as it was protested at the time, the fear of Croker fell Mr. J. D. Hardy,' for the executive

committee of the Gulfport Business ,, ,.
Thursday last. Neither Murphy ; _
upon' the New York'democracy on
League, met in conference with the 11//ly ; 1 ,
< Nixon nor any"other chief has ever filled the seat, of Croker in N'r ,f f 1fi .1 ") : r.,
npr ys9
committee _of arrangement, MississIppi I W 1
; the Wigwam of Tammany Hall. They are all dwarfs beside him. He ; division. United Daughters of I 1. 1 1/ e 1 1?. ,+, ry

; was the great boss and all the others were feeble imitations. There 1 the Confederacy' to arrange for the, ;tit iFryr, u f "RQr y l 'J ni .

; has never been a ruler since his time. For twenty years, since JohnKelly's entertainment of the delegates to the -,

,.: in the door national convention, U. D.> C., Nov 11. r 11 if-" '
day, that grim old man of great capacity sat ; 1 Jii ._., by .

; of Tammany and ruled its fortunes and its voters with an iron hand. The convention will last ftdays / s tf i 5.7 cts. i ri-:,
and COO delegates are expected.This It l .' ',
; in New York middle aged men and old men who for 31
: There are men conference has resulted in 1 1 4'dr F

', so. many years have known, no other political law than Croker's will, 31 arrangements which will I delightfullyfill } t f r '

\ that, when his voice sounded even from across the seas, they went by < all hours outside the regular sessions /f t r1 t ] ,

; sheer force of habit to< obey it Murphy has never had Croker's hold < [ of the convention. While the ,
convention does not begin ,until
the of Croker blew against the proper Ifl p j
the Wigwam and then trumpet < ;
I rr
_ upon the fourteenth of? November, festivities 6 F F f F0 RTiOti OF .J.REYNOlSTODMCa!) COMPANY?PIWITI5D3
thousand miles blew :! /
bugle of Murphy, the old chief three away ? are inaugurated on the even- .
; strong enough, blow more loyal voters from the Wigwam polls than I Ing of November 13, when the local

c had gone astray in many years. With Tammany loyal and joined to < I chapter will tender the national del The Largest, i@Eqyppd! mi eteasesl! Flat Plug

Hearst's own strength, Manhattan Island should have polled up ISO < > egate an informal reception in the Tobacco Manufacturing Plant in the \'/orldThe
\ 't. Great Southern pavalion at the end ,

000 more votes thaa Hughes received. of the pier. Reynolds factories, equipped with amount of sweetening than any other kind, .

Secretary Root with the message of the president did deadly For the opening session Wednesday modem for producing the and has a wholesome, stimulating and satisfying .. '
.: work. Mr Roosevelt's was as mean ,and dastardly, a blow as was ever < morning, November 14-an inter every effect on the r e.'x. .

struck by president, or private citizen. It was a 'shot with a pinioned < > esting program has been only partially best chewing tobacco by a clean, s.arn "J'SCHNAPPS' is the brand that made the

The convention will be and healthful, process, under the direction factories famous the
!' bullet and was outside of the ethics of war. It was a blow be- < > completed. Reynolds as manufacturers
opened with prayer by the Right Rev of men who have made the business a life of the best and most popular brands
the belt and in prize ring of pugilistic "pugs" would have be"n <
> any j Bishop Braton, of Mississippi, after Piedmont cf tobacco and made the
study, are located in the centre of the chewing necessary:
called a "foul" The president knows as well as any man that Mr. < ,
which there will be addresses of tobacco 'enormous,. growth
'. Hearst had nothing to' do with the murder of McKlnley. He knows < I welcome; on the part of the MississIppi belt, known to from a small factorythe

that the agitation which Hearst .invoked at the time was fully and < > division, U. D. C., by Mrs. HelenD. world as the inbestproductive 1875 to the larg.

abundantly vindicated in the disclosures of rottenness and tyranny < > Bell, of Jackson state president; eStat-p lug fac

in 'behalf of the city of Gulfport, by soil for tobacco tOTYinthewcrld.with .
brought out In the insurance scandals, the exposure of Depew and >
Judge James H. Neville, president an aroma so de- The men who
Platt the meat monstrosity and the gas grab. He knows that without < ;
Gulfport Progressive Business League lightful, pleasing and started the

the agitation and the light of fearless publicity flung by fearless news- while Hon. Calvin Wells, of Jackson, appetizing that it created and popularized Reynolds Co., in.1875,are directing it to-day.

papers the boodlers and grafters would be swindling untouched today ; commanding Sons of Veterans will the fondness fo: chewing tobacco. There are a greater ntimb of manufacturers I

g He knows if he will confess it, that his oWn activity against speak for his order and the old sol Only choics selections of this wellma!;. lg imitations claimed to be just as good ,

the Northern Securities Company was quickened and inspired by the diers. Response on the part of visi matured, thoroughly cured leaf are: used in ss SCHNAPPS than any commodity manufactured .
tors will be made by Mrs. D. A. S. SCHNAPPS and others of ths high-grade ;yet there are more pounds of SCHNAPPS

marshalled testimony. which Mr., Hearst flung as a challenge at his ; Yaught, of New Orleans, first vice- Reynolds brands, and expert tests prove chewed than the total amount of all imita <, .

feet And for the president of the United States to 'leave his high ; president National U. D. C. that this tobacco.requireo and takes a smaller! tive brands,, or tobacco of ?mnar appearance: .:, "

station, lower his great estate, and come down Into tha'arena to levy ; Mrs. Sheldon Stringer, of Brooks. Bi tore &a Utters! ta the fca std ,cssfer.lso'tag spsB S.C-H-H-A-P-P.S, tad yea .B fccvt s hi td 't '!',\: '

a charge of murder against his opponent, who had simply aitated: ville, president of the Florida Daugh-
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Winston-Satem N. C. .:itT
ters of the Confederacy, and Mrs. R. ,,
the economic wrongs wrought by a lot of selfish and heartless trusts, < = .'
s C. Cooley, of Jacksonville, will be _
< is the unworthlest: act that, has sustained the escutcheon of the presIdent ; ; : 1
y : among those wh'o'w attend the national ..___.. _
convention from this state. o

But It won. It was low 4 but it was effective. With all of Theo- ;! ,
The President's Tour. :::;:::: :::;:;:;:;:;;;:;:::;:;:;:;:::;:;:;:;:::;:::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;:;:::;:::;::::::::::::::::
< odre Roosevelt: undiminished prestige and popularity behind a chargeof 8 -31 Ocala House Wine Roon $
Special to the Ocala Banner: )
murder-with the wrath of the murdered 3IcKinlev rising behind Washington. Nov: S.-:'The presi I TRIUMPH FORHEARSTDECLARES |! 4r

the motor car of Hearst, there were thousands of workmen pledged to dent and party left here this afternoon
and I : Iy TRY OUR .
on the Dolphin tomorrow BRYAN.
: his cause who either betrayed, him or did not vote. .
will board the batttle ship Louisianaat
And for labor to friend like Hearst, was the stab of v.************"*****.****.*.***-*.***,***,***.***** ** ****;
betray % %
a : ,
Wolfs Trap Light, at the south of, V*"*:":*:%V::V*:*:%%*:\\\\p\\\\V\V*:%%%"*%%*:%V#*#":
the Brutus who should have been loyal when aii else, were Rappahannaclw Colon will be reached. Lincoln, Neb. Nov. 7.-William J. OLD r'
on the morning of Thursday 15. The: Bryan was not in a mood this morn- 1L1E6HANy
Last and greatest of tLc controlling causes wire the money
cruiser, Washington, and the battleship ing for a discussion until the returns .
tags of the opposition. IUH in reServe gnU the last moment, and Tennessee, will act as convoy, from the various states were com- .

even sounding'the cry of poverty as a misleading ruse, the uncounted to the Louisiana during the trip. The: plete. Concerning the result in New .
York he said PURE YE.
11 millions of the trusts let go the purse strings after the president present arranged program in Panama
will undergo no change from that already "The reduction of the republican .
1 had spoken, and no man will ever know the money that walked amid published except that on Sat; majority to 40,000, as the returns \ .

; the masses in temptation and corruption on Saturday and Sunday and urday night, after the reception given' indicate is a triumph for Mr. Hearstas :
the election by the employees of the caaal com much as if he had been elected." Put 4 full Qts
; ; Monday nights preceding up ,
mission, the president and Mrs;
Well, the battle will go on.. Hearst told four thousand common A Servant of God.
Roos velt will return to the hotel; "
people on the Bowery and repeated it an hour later to more people Trivoli and remain there over night It is said that Bishop Galloway is, in Fancy Cartoons

and Sunday sailing for Colon on ..Sun, stricken with a fatal illness and evenif ,
I in Carnegie hall that as long as he had breath and brains and a dollar
l day evening. They will arrive in he recoTers from his present attack Delivered
] ; to spend, he would keep up this fight in the ranks or in the front. San Juan on the evening of Thursday that his period of active labor has at your

He is young, superbly vigorous, thoroughly dauntless and absolutely November 22 and will remain ended. The south, not less than his

i: consecrated to the people's cause It is the love and the passion of there until the following evening church can ill afford to spare this Express Office
t when they will embark for the United wise, strong, good man at such a timeas
his life to for them. We convinced that he
_ fight are thoroughly can this.
States. With a fair passage Washington Amid the material prob-
_ know no happiness outside of'this. He has great wealth nine great should be reached on the ev- lems which beset us, entering vitally For $3.20. 3

J ; newspapers at last a great organization of his own and like the eining of the 27. In view of a some- into our social life, he has beena 1
what longer trip entailed by a stop leader looked up to by thousands,
I ; ; fabled ancient he rises stronger from every fall. and his clear counsels backed
at Porto Rico, the president has taken by '
He has thousands of friends in every state of the republic and with him his physician Dr, Rixey, his brave and commanding person Regular $1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write foi

1 that he is the real idol and leader of the plain people America. no i so that the party will include the ality, have been a large assistance to'
president and Mrs. Roosevelt Dr. past-Live Oak Democrat. Complete Price list
man who has eyes and brains can deny. He has no reason to be discouraged ]
Rixey and one secretary.
after the magnificent fight he has made. No man ever 1 i! The very best solid mahogany three

figured In our history has fought such odds. A Magnificent Cluster of Grapefruit. piece parlor suits can be found at Ocala House Wine Rooms. : ;
i While en route to Jacksonville a the Ocala Furniture Co. x
Every trust and corporation in the east was fiercly and ao :
few days ago we had the pleasure of

Ively against him. The wealth the prestige and influence of his own t meeting on board the: train Mr. Wal- OCALA, FLORIDA.Southern t

party was opposed to him. Every United States senator of his party 11 ter Hawkins, of Jacksonville, managerof D. J. CARROLLDEALER 1
t was silent or antagonistic. Scarcely a half dozen congressmen were the Consolidated Fruit company IN- f
and a former citizen of Ocala.
with him, Every newspaper in New York except his own were moving (
Mr.Hawkins had just been on avisit GROCERIES ,FRUITS VEG. .
heaven and earth against him. The mayor of his own great citya ,
to Capt. D. R. Maxwell's orange
s member his own great party-was in the ranks of his intensely and grapefruit grove near Melrose, ETABLES, &c., Railway 1t.

active enemies; the president of the United States with the whole <' \ just sixty miles south of Jacksonville Has moved to North Magnolia :

enormous power of the administration, marched into the open field to and he was carrying home with him street near the Seaboard Depot, -
from this grove a IDgnlftcentcluster where he will be pleased to see 2 Vestibule- trains East. INo.34No.3Ch[ : 5t!
deal him an unworthy.blow, and all the money that political workers i North and West.. #No.iS
of grapefruit which he stowed to us. his old patrons; also solicits the Lv Jacksonville..So. Ry 9.0SaJ. 1.55p'LT'J t J!

.' could ask or think; was at the service of his organized and desperately The duster contained forty-two as trade, of the general public. LY Jesup .......So. 1U ,111.30p ,LT JeU .ttUu..u.'..4.H..... ..\.Si SQ.)., !l11i5P lUOp:

eager foes. handsome looking fruit as one could LT Savannah ....So. Ry L2O' (1115aAr: M&coa """.......So.. Ryf :.50ay
GIVE ME A, TRIAL Ar. Columbia ....So. Ry 6.00& Ar AtlaaU ... ........uSa.. Ry 1204CtatiaotU
And yet against such odds and fighting alone the world < < wish to see. It wag & pleasant reminder Ar. Charlotte ....So. .55& '
ArAr Rome ... .. 1.30& '
> the flesh and corporation elements of ,the republican and democratic < of the days before the freeze Fine Brood Mares. Ar. Greensboro ...so. Ry 1.2.5&l1;S1p 'AI' Dalton .. ..u..,u".H"' Sa p7! I.i3a ..+ i;

parties could only beat him 50.000 rotes and was even more encouragingfrom We Lave fast gotten In a car load Ar DanTllle .....SaRy Y Q5aI .lOp C3attatnaqa3 .....".Q0. Rj '.U& f ut
the fact that the fruit was of the finest brood mares ever broughtto Ar.Richmond!...So.Rye-f:58iR4p Ar t..emtOR "'\"\.,\Q, & c. L28& stAr
It wasn't much of a victory after all and its narrowness should < > grown so far north. Besides the duster the state and to see them is to admire Lynchburg- ...So. Ryt 4dTaj{ 43 op ..Ar .. ...u.Q.. _4 CL j ?.4Oa a

move thevictors to humility and reform.-Georgian,John Temple Graves Mr. Hawkins had with him several them. We win sell them at Ar Chartottesvttle. Ry 6M3tl&p i :LT CiaeaSti ...u..c. 11. D LtSp
i very reasonable prices. Come.and and Ar Washington..So Ry M5a{ '.501)\1' Chicago .. ....u,Big FourLT (.lOa
; paper smaller bunches and they are look them over at Ar BaltImore....P R. IL l1': 't LI.%Spj -
I cm tt ... .. -
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: i all now on exhibition at the Consolidated MARION FARMS STABLES Ar W. Phfiaa...P. R. R, LUP; :.u& f ?
......................... ................. ........ 1 Fruit company's store on West x x Ocala Fia.JIcl'IER Ar New York..P. R R. U 6.3O&tLT.AI' Chicago ...."Pa.Thro'The Un fJLla -
: cmt11uuU ., a & I.Up
s s Bay street and J/AOlll _. _ Ar. Chicago ..\\\\\,,.1{ T.2ta
DEFEAT OF HEARST REALLY A them stay in the republican camp I A 'Methodist Minister Recommends '-- Land of the sky.'* mNa{ 20 i 1'" N1Id1uW1 ... ....C..H. & aFour 9.45p .
LT Jacksonville ,.......& Toledo -T.
VICTORY.The Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.We : 1. Ry 'l.ssp ;at uu..u...
where they haTe ,belonged for years. have used Chamberlain's Cough Lv Savannah ..,.......So. Ry Ir lSaAr Detroft ...."..,.. ...,.. Fu., 1..: 3- r
republican ,managers claim Although defeated Mr. Hearst is In Remedy in our home for seven years Ar Columbia ...:......So Ry 6.t kut J Lv CiuauuU.--... PoorSt '.JOp
that Mr. Hushes has been elected control of the democratic organizationin I and it has always proved 'to be a reliable Ar Asheville ..........So. Ry Lip f.\r Cleftlud ...,"..Bi 4bar# US.. m-,
governor of New York by a plurality New :York state. This will enable remedy. We hav found that It Ar Hot Springs. N. C..SO Ry U7P .
:L .
@Yttolt ..
T ....."Sa. Rit"'i1 ; -_
Ar Knoxville .......,..So :
of about fifty thousand. This is a him to control the democratic delegates -II would do more than the malefactorers FUNERALDIRECTORS. A", Louisville ......,,,.So. Ry 6.otp.jLoulnUle ..,.......So. Ry| i.l p
claim: for it. It is especially good
small in tremendousote .sOaiAr.E ,,,...,,,,,Sa. Ri 1'.3.%&
very plurality a. from New York state to the I for crocp and whooping cough Rev. Ar St. Louis ......,....So. Ry &.1. A > : f
'uch as was cast in. that state. next democratic. national convention i James A. Lewis, !l2stor Utica Y n.. Ar Cincinnati .......,.Q.IE C48.15a'. r Aroistoa .. .... .S().. R. itt Ei te,4
udga Parker last the stale in the and It Is safe to say that it win not H. E. ChoreeChamberlain's Cough 1.1r BIr hJ.Q "\\\\.So RJ ,@ p _

tl election for the presidency by be voted for another pIn: derbtmd I Remedy is sold by, an druggists m Excellent 'Dining Car Service en AlllAr\\A{;; Kansas Dleatph%i ty.uu..uuFri..uu.I' ii SJJSp A.4&a. 1

about one bxadred and, eighty ,thousand .democrat like Judge Parker or Cleveland Have a fall !ock of Coffins Ca akett Throogh Trains, Memphis: ........ ..... .. .....,t' 5.3 .. .

;j Mr. Herrick the democratic who fattened oa democratic Withstood Other Treatment But and Burial BmW services Outfits. .Soeeial>> given to I Hat Spnup "...,,,.......I C.f.

candidate for governor, lost the state patronage and deserted tie party inthe Quickly Cured by Chamberlain's "
*. about eighty thousand and now, hoar of its :feeed.If. Cough Remedy. Embslmiug to OrderbulTlOl Room No.Sleeping 3te1r Car York and Florida E: ren.,R D&Il1' pqJ!'!' ,\ Drawing
"Last winter I caught: a severe Post Tattpa u,2 Jacksonville
very to hew Tort..
.th the entire corporation element
.Sic Hearst wants the dedoeratic No.3t-W sshinSton and .
cold which lingered for weeks, earsUraquhart. Florida Llmlted. D&U1 PeUnsan Draw1q -
in the democratic p&rtJblfi.ng Mr. nomination for governor two years L of Zephyr Ont. .My ( .Room Seep Car Jacksonville to New York. Dining Car. :
_It Hearst he seems, to have lost U by hence. we believe he can have it, and I cough was very dry and harsh. The 'No.O-Danr Pullman DraYiar Room Buffet Sl g cb twieetnnatiI :a

only about fifty .thoosand.Mr with two years to date the people local dealer recommended Chamber eD' Jatksoan'Ue li code sonyWe,, A. eTtUe. Hot Springs. Knani1e 4 Carr _
I Iain's Cough Remedy md'guaranteed _
,, Hearst emerges from this contest a small plurality to overcome of : No.. 13-Fbrld& _,:
it, so I gave it a triaL One small bottte LIm1ted-DaU7: sOUd Tetlbu1ed tn1D. Tla "jitr' '
one of the greatest men In the fifty thousand 13 1CYRE coaches ,and Puum.", Drawi 4a7 : "
& mere bagatelle If of- it cured me: I believe <*-*& g Room'S1 g Cars JatQ so.c.Tfi1e to AtIas "'. '
United<;.States, .and, while his defeat [Hearst lives, It .ia cot only believed btrlaia's Coosi Remedy to be,. the in.do ta, Chattanooga and Cif. Ale o Pn1tmlll Sleepbtg.Car Jenp to Col $Yt
resrettei it has established con- he best I have ever used. For sate by E : "Sprlcgs. Col, via : Memphis Kafttu _''. > tra'
Is a$ that will'be.,governor ot the great ..., CitT. '..1
aU drcggists,. ,m S it Clt tt t J. ,A. ;:;; old
elusively the democratic part :state of New' York but Frtsrr Distriet i3
president of _:- wwIttit9t :. .asu.s" Agent 108 W Bar $t., J< -i, : :.j-jm
expect to :via victories la the future i the TJalted .States. 'Ain who rr 8. t{: Hardtirld4 P.T.-a.L-W;,1f.TariN.. ; ,
n has Born; to Mr.fad Mrs. W L. McDonald ee 7v BeR tLrr 11e1Q1,!OHq : G P" A.: BROka A.Q.P. :: :J
,It.must:remaja'democratic, The plan ,wort .fat;the:interests-'of,, the plain :oa ,November 8,, :fine dacgh- IlAtTfODSfiirts1oc+ c MttRalrllr ,+rrraiOrAf :- : I' -,' ,- _... ,_ _. d
,dered eZeeteat, .. .lnthe" 1 .' -L,rte" ;<;' demticnttc'peope,, ,an&.has accom-' -SosUeeEo New .Mr; McDesaM r.ssaltt : ':- -- --- _: ......

'leg. the trusts*'and combLBatons pUshed yiiit: he has. will ,sartly: be is aaepiew c|,.)}Ira. FrsstHarrfa, ..., ese a ucg sat.a is grit wuef ewe : :

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.: -\ ._ J. #, Florida's Greatest Need !is Grit. AT THE METHODIST CHURCH. A Three Times Betrayal.The H. Dove Allison of Miami, is spend

'., .. :' : : ', Bakersfield, Calif., Nov 2, 1906. 'New York World prints the ing his money'and industriously using -,

:KODAKS To the Editor of the Banner. The New Pipe Organ Dedicated and following letter from one of its subsen his talents in an effort to. effect

__ _. ." ,- t Please find, inclosed postomce or- Large Congregation Present Ders: some reforms in our insane asylum

I der: for .one dollar for the. Banner, "To the Editor of the World: and deserves all sort of credit for doing _

t which we get every Thursday, ands -
'- : "Congratulations to the World for so. The abuses revealed by a
< much. enjoyed by us in the Golden Sunday at the Methodist Episcopal its third betrayal of the democratic recent legislative committee sustainsMr.

,, State.I church in this city was a festival occasion -
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: party. You have succeeded in
keep- Allison in his contention, and
.... -.....ANDPHOTQGRflPHIC- ', .', notice 'an item in the last Banner At the morning service the ;,ing the state in the grasp of the ene- while reforms have been made many
of Florida's need of more farmers handsome new $1,800 pipe organ was |I my. '
\ more are needed.
; Florida's greatest need is more used for the first time and was for i "JOHN A. RONEY,

T GOODS push among the farmers already mally dedicated j to the worship of I "Patereon, N. J., Nov. ,7,"

S -:- there. the Master.. "I ,ot'ege .

AT THE Imagine a farmer digging ditchesfor The (church was crowded and .un Chapped hands are quickly cured __ J"_ ...-.-_""""
.fi miles or pipe lines to water evena der the deft fingers of Miss Byrd by applying'Chamb rlain's Salve
Price 25 cents. For sale by all druggists it. FULLER. 'L.-F.BLALOCK.
sprig of grass or driving a six Wart njmn the grand organ poured .
\ m & BL&LOCK.
i. POST OFFICE DRUGSTORE or eight team with six tons .of' hay forth the most exquisite and liquid -PULLER,

fifteen to eighteen miles to market tones. This is the finest pipe organin The women of the south propose to Dentists.
Over Marts* & Chambliss,Bask, Ocala.Fliu
over hills-not more farmers, but the city and was made especially great a monument to the memory of

more "grit"Imagine foj>this church. It has 689 pipes Capt. Win who was in charge of

a Florida ,capitalist In- and was built to fit the southwestnave the Andersonville prison during the T E.P'GGS,. s -

it' vesting his money to tunnel under of the church. It Is pale yel civil war and was executed after its' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, .

I mountains of solid rock for miles low and green and harmonizes bea- close by the federal government on (Office tn Garr-Agnew Block.

and. miles to change the course of a tifully with the walls of the, church. a charge of brutality and wanton OCALA F'XIRIDi,

I '.. stream of water to create power to The choir Sunday morning includedMrs. cruelty. The inscriptions to be placed -

run machinery by which a city one .. J.: W. Byrne, Mrs. T. H. John- onthis monument will show from EDWIN: SPENCER._ ,

FreserlptloQs Carefully. Filled hundred and eighty miles is, supplied son, Mrs. George Taylor, Mrs. H. M. the official records that fewer prisoners ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

\ \ with electricity. Hampton, Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Bla I died in southern prisoners in proportion OCALA ', .:-i-y .. FLORIDA !

Imagine a Florida railroad in- lock and Mr; M. M. Little. Mrs to the number imprisonedthan .
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN Homosassa Dinner Club. vesting millions of dollars to beautify Byrne delighted all with a beautiful in northern prisons and will also J It. CHiSB._

The members of the Homosassa a "salt lagoon" by cutting canals. solo and the organ solos by Miss contain General Grant's letter refus- DENTIST r

t MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. fishing club gave their annual din- Each canal is all cemented and anearby Wartmann were especially fine. ing the proposition to an exchange of OCALA tl.

Local Editor. ner Friday' evening at Durand's restaurant hill 'is dug down aid hauledin Mr; Moore preched a very happy prisoners. It will be a complete vin >

The tables were set in the dedicatory sermon using as his text dIcation of this L. BISTRUMC.
- -, to make "beautiful sand lots, gallant but unfortu: CARLOS '
= Mrs. Ernest Oldfield continues sick. Bohemian room and attractively decorated which sells from $1.00 to 500 per various paassages of scripture all relating hate officer and the' conduct of the "iB W
with crystanthemums for the to the worship of the'' Lord south. Time '
foot Or run an all day excursion corrects many wrongs.
4,Jl.-.aie Building '
Mr. Bleach returned: Sunday' from occasion. daily' for $1.00 in order to show the with musical instruments of every

'a week's visit his The club mbembership includes J. kind. .
S. to 'grove. at Lady people the country. -. ,,.. .. '..._-, ,. ... .. ..,, '.. ..
Lake. A. L. Klontz, Judge .Howard Van Think of it!-not more farmers but At the evening service Mrs. T. H, I -- r -'-"".-. ,.. ..--. .---"- '.- '.. -. .. '

Epps, Mr.: L. R. Harrison Mr. T. .M. more grit s Johnson rendered a charmmg vocal, ) DIRECTORS J a
!Jr. Martin J. Roess Armstead Mr. G. S. Lowndes Mr. '. "' '
.who has 'J<:en The. state of Florida Is supportedby solo. .

f on a visit to Norfolk, Va., has returned Frank P. Rice, Mr. W. S. Duncan, Mr. crops planted by the farmers, R. S. Hall George :Mackay J, K. Christian

home. .* John Berkle,. Mr..F. M. .Potts Mr. G. which sometimes, fail. ; Cole Bros., Big Circus. H. A. Foal Z. 0. Chambliss

k S. Muse Mr. J. C. A." Brenan, Mr. D.: This state by a crop of "eastern The triple menageries with Co'e T. T. Munroe J. B. Brooks '

Mrs. C. E. Ball and Children went G. Wylie. Mr. H. M. Y. McCord. Mr. Brothers. ,United Shows forms a complete !
suckers" brotgLt here by ,the railroad -
south yesterday afternoon on the A. David Woodward. Mr I. S. Mitchell zoological display second to

C, L. train. Dr. A. W. Calhoun, Mr. H. R. Durand,. They and say capitalists"not more, which farmers never fail.but none keen with any other .travetrj In addition to its (excellent facilities to Bank

Dr. J. S. Todd, Mr. Clark Howell,' amusement enterprise. In this department -
Mr, and' Mrs. James Engesser of Mr. .E.,,S. C. Peters, Mr. C. E. Cur- more push. are to'be found the most has the advaetage. of a competent, capable and good ?
When a tourist goes to Florida anda -
Dunnelion,. spent Sunday with relatives rier Mr P, C. Bagley Mr. W. :M.Connaly. perfect as :well .as the rarest sp-.ci- Board
real 'estate man shows him a of Directors and a strong body of Stockholders.-
. in the city. .-Atlanta Journal., merits, of animal life on earth each
thriving little town the tourists asks
of the species carefully classified
Mr; Chalmers Raysor spent SundayIn what is back of this? The answer
Off For Gainesville. There is a whole kindergarten of baby -
,, Ocala with his parents, Mr, and will be fine farming lands. And here
General J. C. Devant, ot Mn. L. M. Raysor. roe answer is climate. (Yes it is ,
ville commander of the Second Di- which\[ will especially interestingto
climbit) For there are here hills and
Messrs. Robt. Mathews and' Dell vision Florida. Confederate, Veterans, hills the children and students. In the :OF OCALA
passed through Ocala Monday en- mammoth main tent the dispay proper '
Moody returned Sunday They are going to build a thirty- 1'T. _
route to Gainesville where he goes to will prove all and more that is
short visit to the Jacksonville
from a1
two ,story hotel without steps on ele .
"". attend ,the state -.reunion.Mr :claimed,-for it, ,the program includinga .--- .-- S
$..ctnHal.t .... -" -.,..-.- ." : vattonsIn Los'Angeles.- -" --"* "
colossal, coterie of exclusive all-
and Mrs. A. G. Reynolds, of Can you imagine how they will ,
McMillan Bros.
Mrs.,. S. Stringer of Brooksville star features. There ,will be thrilling
Ocala were visitors in Jacksonville, reach the top floor?
passed through Ocala :Monday for nerve shattering areaists superbly _
d-n It "climb it. ,
yesterday. Mr. Reynolds is prominently Why ,
Gainesville. She is a good Daughter astonishing equestrains, death '
i identified with the WroughtIron With best wishes, I remain yours
and goes to attend the meeting of .courting acrobats, lithe and sinuous Southern Copper Works
Range company, of Missouri, etc._
;= u. a: (vs. contortionists, ,breathtaking wire
which has extensive business inter C. A. BROWN .
walkers and bicyclists, clever jug. Manufacturers of Turpentine. Stills
Mlss Lucile, .Bates,. ,of' Martel ac-' ests in Florida;:-Times-Union. glers, phenomenally educated horses.

45companied her grandfather, Hon. H. I On to Jacksonville. ponies and wild beasts and a myriad and General Metal Workers. '
r; Rev. and Mrs. Sam White are enjoying -The eyes of the Sunday school :
''Q, W. Long, \o Gainesville, ,where he White's father oft other amazing and, pleasing num _
a visit from Mrs. workers of Florida are set toward ,
goes to attend the meeting of the bers. This season Cole Brothers
: Mr., Thomas Dyal, of Rex, Fla., Jacksonville just now because taere
Confederate Veterans. great shows have combined and are Old Stills taken exchange for new ones., Patching
and her brother and. sister Mr. and is to be held in that city b"iojiber '
through the a specialty. Orders by mail
presented under 'one huge water country or d
; Mr H. H. Wltworth.; of the Hiawatha Mrs. Karl Dyal of New Jersey. 4-6 the State Sunday. School' Con. .. proof canvas anphltheatre and will wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

Farms, was .in Ocala Monday. vention. The pastors: and superintendents works fa' .
following -
be in Ocala November 1 when .
seen ,
Mrs. W. D. Condon, who has ,been ex-officio '
5 He wtn'have' an individual exhibit are delegates. and
5- 5 spending the past two months in Atlanta two performances will, be given on
'of his famous Duroc hogs at.the Tam- each Sunday school may 'send besides FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH GA'
visiting relatives, has returned I the show grounds. 'There will be a
pa fair. home. Her visit was in every way :! three delegates.*, All, depratments fete day free street parade at to a. JACKSONVILLE, FLA MOBILE. A A
I of 'Sunday school .work will beconsidered
m., and this. display alone will be
most enjoyable.Miss
Mrs. B. S. Bernard editor of this and a strong program is .
worth ,traveling many miles to view.It '
department, Is expected home the arranged. Among the speakers are
Fay Cribbett, who has been will ze two full scintillating milesof
first part, of the week from Ocala. Dr. H. M. Hamhill, Mr. Marion Law
visiting relatives in Ocala and at richly costumed !lady and gente-
She was called there by the illnessof rence, international general secretary
;: Marled for a short while returned to men riders handsome chariots, tab-
her father.-Pensacola Journal. and, ,Mr. W. C. Pierce interria-
her home at. Largo Sunday after tionau training superintendent, Mr.J. eaux, vans, 'floats, open and closed MONOGRAPHS !IX

noon.: dens of fierce wild beasts, brightly
Ribbon! Flavor
It's the Blue that H. McLaurin, of ;Jacksonville is'1n.
caprisoned horses, and ponies, herds
touches the exact spot. Get Blue charge .of the local arranagements,
Condon Is back from
Miss Florrie
AbsolutelY of elephants and camels and hosts of
Ribbon Lemon'and Vanilla. Jacksonville where she witnessed the and will answer :all questions as' to

pure, go twice. as far and carnival attractions and. visited details and programs upon applica novelties.
"Blue; Ribbon' Flavor" Is per fec- tion. u iy ii
the friends. ,and relatives., She' had,,a delightful I
y ttonAsk for the ,25 cent size. visit! Sunday School Convention to Meet in =

Miss Sara Elizabeth Harris went December.

Capt. J. N.. Strobnar, J. N.,Sfrobhar, The home, of :Mr. and Mrs.. Thomas"" : up to Gainesville Monday to attend The annual meeting of the Florida: _

jr- and Mr. 'W. :G. Strob ar,of, Montgomery the Confederate reunion. Miss Harris
Sexton in this city has been made State Sunday School Convention will

,' were 'in Ocala, Sunday and very happy 'by: the arrival cJ. a fine is maid of honor for the second meet in Jacksonville, December 46.

went up to Gainesville Monday to The little gentleman made his brigade and Miss Lucile Colcloueh, The association is interdenominational h
son. ,
attend the ,session, vof'the .circuit arrival early Sunday morning of Gaianesville, is the brigade sponsor and, all denominations having, Sunday

S court, where the,.case of Capt. Strob- ----- During Miss Harris visit she schools are urged to send dele-

'har will be re-tried., Mr., R. L. Martin is up- from Lake will be the guest of Miss Colclough. gates. Distinguished speakers will

home Weir today., Everything is on the take a prominent part on the pro-
'M18* Vlrdle Taylor came :Mr Wishart of Mississippi, arrivedIn
Send names of delegates to
3 I and returned toSS move down there as, the orange pack. gram.
% Friday afternoon Ocala Sunday afternoon and went Mr. J. H. McLauren, Jacksonville.
is- in earnest. .
where she is ing season now on
Sunday'morning = _
Ocala down to Enhern on business connected

going to school.: Miss Florence Walters with the estate, of his father, the y11rENiERTAIMMi
returned to her: tome in C ala Mrs. L. James Knight and her lit. Off For Gainesville.Hon. .
: late R. E. Wishart.Mr.
F, ':Friday morning;, after: an extended .tie son have, returned ,home from ,a Henry W., Long, of Martel;. L.

.'.Visit to friends and relatives ,at this short visit' to Mrs. Knight's sister; G. W. Brant from across the M. Graham of Grahamville,; I. P.

place' .-Coiemaa. cor,. Wildwood Hust Mrs. ,J. W. Collumat Gainesville. river,'was in town Monday with'' big Stevens, of Conner; 1L, P. Frink, of

ler. coop, of' fine chickens which he sold Fellowship; J. H. Livingston, of

: Mr. J., J. Gerig; the genial! proprie: at,.extremely moderate figures and it Ocala; representing :Marion .Camp,

t Comrades W.' H. Witter, of In- tor .of the Postofflce Drug Store, has did not take him long to dispose ,of u. C. V., left Monday for Gainesville, iI -

.mess;' .J. M''., Cathcart. of Tampa; returned from a trip to New York them, to attend the state reunion It goes

.;W. Allen, of.l'loraI'City: ; W. C.. and cither northern cities for the. saying that they will have an

-; on; of- Brooksvilei, and. H.< H. .Mr J. G. Peace, of :Micanopy, lather enjoyable time. I icb BOYS"

-.I'-'"'""- < aican, of- Tavares, passed through Hon.. R, A. Burford left Monday for of Miss Margaret ,Peace, of this city '

\.. _- a' Monday for' Gainesville to at. Gainesville. where he goes to attend returned to his! home at Micanopy
CoL. Shipman don't want the public -
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', ad .the state reunion, "of :Cop.federV ? the session' 'Of' the circuit court forthe Monday: afternoon 'after .a brief 'visit i
e t rans. fall term. ii Ocala. to .think the _Montezuma js out. of We have the 'largest selection! .
business because some of his clerks

,; s returned -- and cooks have been, sick for five of Edisrn Records and Phonographs : .
/fldnson to :
=' 3dr, .and 'M 's.,Thornton, Miss Pansy Souter &. i. ,Mrs Myron Jackson wentto '
+ 4 llttte daughter, of Wilmington,.N.' Ocala, Sunday\afternoon from Sparr Gainesville Monday to visit Mr days. During that time' we, have had '

.> nt Saturtay' night and Sun. and is the guest of her aunt, Miss Jackson's parents who were former one, hundred and .fifty-one! arrivalsand in the city to select from.Merchants'Block. .

morpinginCCala'the;guests:of Fannie 'Clark: citizens. of 0 a1a.. satisfied the, most of them. Wear r-
Atkinson's 'sistersSon Port King all improving-now.. 11.113t
, '
'S ... o&_' '.liey 'left on;the ;iiftemoonnfor"i ,The hunting;season in' Marion conJ1. Mr.. H. 'Stalberg. baa., opened .a? first. : '.'
+ ': 4 t.rt Mr.. 'Atkinson's ty \be than in, > Dunnelion Colonel Henry Watterson has got .
, vil '; is said ,to better many. class restaaurant. ancwalin
I D. wme.,,sit MarUnMr7: ; Atkinsonhi'Oala years. ,Quail'are'abundant. JDcala Monday' looking up a astride of one of those/'wild 'horses! A. E' BURNETTt'//

oj '* for a_'number, of years first ,class cook. again. He is now comparing Hughes I e:
"J Is Mr. an d"'YrLI: P. "EL. :"Haskeli *'ot nd rbmid" candidate: in .,. -
,bas >in ,friends. hew; !! -the "pl ,
_ Lake 'Wdr. came up io" i-sshopping : #Miss.. Fannie : : .
. at tnVtefuTof the statistical.der .,. 'ccala'on Stone ''returned home New York state-to the vlamentedvrit '1 .rifd. ;y.

" (: 'AtlanticCoast :Line expedition' Monday'. and'wilreturn Sunday :afternoon, from* 'a:'visit, 5 to den. .ItIs'(mough'to/mafe'that: ; hon, : :, ,' I Ocala' ,''J;,. .;.:._ -
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c 't '. ; Florida's Greatest Need is Grit. AT THE METHODIST CHURCH. A Three Times
: ; ,; j' l Betrayal.The H. Dove Allison, of Miami, is spend. _

-. '. -<, .' .. oF.. < ,I ..'t Bakersfield, Calif., .Nov 2, 1906. New York World prints the ing his money'and industriously us-
: .:., .To the Editor of the Banner.. The New Pipe Organ Dedicated'and following letter from.tone of Its sub- ing his talents In an effort to effect" '

';' : : .. ,- ;': ., ,, : I Please find inclosed postoffice order Large Congregation, Present scribers: some reforms In our Insane asylumand
; for ..one'dollar for the Banner "To the Editor of the World "
', ." t.' ; deserves all sort of credit for doing -
y "' :.. which we get Thursday ands -
=' '. every "Congratulations to the World forts so. The abuses revealed by a
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much enjoyed by us in the Golden Episcopal I third betrayal of the democratic recent legislative committee sustainsMr.

i; :.;'<.:: :': : ,,'": ,'or : ," ". : >' ,-.;: State.I church in this city was a festival oc- party. You have succeeded in keeping Allison In his contention, and

.'. ';':ANDPHOTOGR9PHIC- notice 'an item in the last' Ban- casion" At the morning' service the the state in the grasp of the ene- while reforms have been made many

? ner of Florida's need of more farmers handsome new $1,800 pipe organ was my. more reforms. are ,needed. '
: ; Florida's greatest need is more .used for the first time and was formally "JOHN A. RONEY,

; GOODS i dedicated to the .
worship of
push among the farmers already "Paterson, N. J., Nov. 7." '
the Master,
= -:- there. tt rofesstcstat. .

Imagine a farmer digging ditchesfor The |church was crowded'and under Chapped hands are quickly cured ,
AT THE -- -- ------
miles or pipe lines to water even the deft fingers of Miss Byrd by applying Chamberlain's Salve.
Price 25 cents.. For sale by all drug- J(. D-PrLL la. -Id.'?. BLALOCK.ft .
4 a sprig of grass or driving .a six Wartinpn the grand organ poured gists. m BL&LOCK.

i POST OFFICE DRUG STORE or eight' team with six tons of hay forth the. most exquisite and liquid .FULLE&.

fifteen to eighteen miles to market tones. This is the finest pipe organin The women of the south propose to Deli lists.
Over Mnrrae & Chtmblisi Bask Ocala,Fla.
over hills-not more farmers but the 'city and was made especially erect a monument to the memory of .'x

I more "grit"Imagine 'oj>this church. It has 689 pipes Capt. Wirz, who was in charge of

a Florida capitalist ,,in- and was built to fit the southwestnave the Andersonville prison during the m B.B'GGS. '

vesting his money to tunnel under of ''the church. It is pale yellow -I. civil war and was executed after' Its ATTORNEY-AT.LAW.

4 mountains of solid rock for miles aid green and harmonizes bea- close by the federal government on .(Office IB Gaf'J. ptw Block.)

and miles to. change the course of a tifullyrwith the walls of the church. a charge of brutality and wanton OCALA PT.ORID4,

t / "' stream of water' to create power to The ,Choir Sunday morning included cruelty. The inscriptions to be placed

F iiHP run machinery by which a city one Mrs. J. W. Byrne, Mrs. T. H. John- on this monument will show from EDWIN SPENCER._

prescriptions Carefully Filled y hundred and eighty miles 'Is. supplied son, Mrs. George Taylor, Mrs. H. M. the official records that fewer prison I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

.--- _. with electricity. Hampton, Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Bla- ers died in southern prisoners in proportion i OCALA. ?4-y* FLORIDA I :

Imagine a Florida railroad In- lock and Mr. M. M. Little. Mrs; to the. number Imprisoned

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWH.I I Homosassa' Dinner Club. vesting millions of dollars to beauti. Byrne delighted all with a beautifulsolo than in northern prisons and will also J K. CHiSH -

The members of the Homosassa fy a "salt lagoon" by cutting canals. and the organ solos by Miss contain .General 'Grant's, letter refusing DENTIST r

I t MI83 SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. fishing club gave their annual din Each, canal is all cemented and a Wartmann were especially fine the proposition to an, exchange of OCALA CL

I W Local Editor. ner Friday" evening at Durand's restaurant -nearby hill is dug down and hauledin Mr Moore preched a very- happy prisoners. It will be a complete vindication -

The tables were set in the to make "beautiful sand lots, dedicatory sermon using as his text of this gallant but unfortu- 0A RLOS L. 6ISTRDMK .

F i Mrs. Ernest Oldfield continues sick. Bohemian room and attractively decorated which sells from $1.00 to 500 per various paassages of scripture all relating nate officer and the conduct ef the. ATTORNEY.AT.UW.

with crystanthemums for the foot Or run an all day excursion to the worship of the Lord south. Time corrects many. wrongs..: .calc
Room 4, M> Bnildinf
I r Mr. Eleach returned Sunday froma occasion. daily for $1.00.in order to show the with musical instruments of every
The club includes J.: ,
week visit mbembership kind. _
to his grove at Lady people the country
Lake. A. L. Klontz, Judge ..Howard ,Van Think of It-not more farmers but At the evening service Mrs. T. H. I WiiI-

Epps, Mr. L. R. Harrison, Mr. T. ,M more grit. Johnson rendered a charming vocal
Mr. .Martin J. Roess, who has been Armstead, Mr. G. S. Lowndes, Mr. The state'of Florida Is supportedby solo. '.

on a visit to Norfolk Ya. has returned Frank P. Rice, Mr W. S. Duncan, Mr. crops planted by the farmers, R. S. Hall George MacKay J, K. Christian -

ed home John Berkle Mr..F. M. Potts' Mr. G. which sometimes fail. : Cole Bros., Big .Circus. H. A. Ford > Z. C. Chamblisa

S. Muse, Mr. J. C. A Brenan Mr. D. This state by a crop of "eastern The triple menageries 'with Co'e T. T. Munroe J. B. Brooks '

? .In. C.. E. Ball and Children went G. Wylie, ,MrT H. M.' Y. McCord. Mr. suckers" brought .here by ,the rail Brothers, :United Shows,.forms a complete ,

south yesterday afternoon on the A. David Woodward Mr, I. S. Mitchell, zoological display second, to
road and capitalists which never fail.
C. L. train. Dr. A. W. Calhoun Mr H. R.. Durand They say "not more farmers but none een with any other travetos In addition to its (excellent facilities this Bank

3' !Dr. J.. S. Todd Mr. Clark Howell, amusement enterprise. In this department -
Mr. and Mrs. James Engesser of I'Mr. E." 'S. C. Peters, Mr. C. E. Cur more push. are to be'found the mot has the advaetage of a competent, capable and good
When a tourist goes to Florida anda
Dunnellon,, spent Sunday with relatives rier, Mr. P. C. Bagley, Mr. W. M. real estate man shows him a perfect as well ,as. ,the rarest sp.elments. Board of Directors and a strong body of Sockholders.-

In the city. Connaly.-Atlanta Journal.Off of animal life on earth each;
thriving little town, the tourist asks
of, the species carefully classified
Mr. Chalmers Raysor spent Sunday what is back of this? The answer ,
For Gainesville. There is whole of ba-
,a kindergarten
in Ocala with his will be fine farming lands. And here
Mr. and
parents General J. C. ,Devant, ot''B.rooks. by elephants, camels, lions and tigers THE CENTRAL NflTIONflL BANK
tne answer is climate. (Yes it is ,
Mrs. I M. Raysor. ,
ville, commander of the Second Division which will be.especially interesting
climb) For there are here hills and
Florida Confederate Veterans, to the children and students. In the OF OCALA
Messrs. Robs Mathews and' Dell hills. ,
through Ocala Monday en- mammoth main tent the ,
passed dispay
Moody returned Sunday afternoon to build thirty- prop- '. -'. .' .. '_.,, .' -', _" ."- ..' _"'
They are going a ; ::t. ; : 'Jt.--/; ? ; : :: : : : : : : ::: : sT
route to Gainesville where he goes to er' will prove all and more that is .
.. torn a short visit to the Jacksonville two hotel ele- _
story without steps on
attend, the state..reunion., .. claimed.for it the including V'4_ .
_, ... program! !
_,s rnijal. _' ._ : :...:-.. : vatlons"ln Los AngeleS.Can -- '
a colossal, coterie of exclusive all- TMcMillan \
I Mr and Mrs. A. G.. Reynolds, of you imagine how they will
1t'fIS.. Stringer, of Brooksville, star features.. There will be thrill-
reach the floor?
: Ocala were visitors in Jacksonville .top .
passed through Ocala Monday for ing nerve shattering areaists, superbly -
yesterday. Mr. Reynolds is promi- Why d-n It, "climb it." ,
Gainesville. She is a good Daughter nently identified with the Wrought With best wishes_ I remain yours, astonishing equestrains death Southern Works
and goes to attend the meeting of courting acrobats, lithe and sinuous Copper
Iron Range company of Missouri, etc.
contortionists, breath-taking wire
U. G; 'Vs.
which' has extensive business Inter- C. A. BROWN.On .
walkers and bicyclists, clever Jug- Manutacturers of Turpentine. Stills

Miss Luclle Bates,' of Martel, ac ests in Florida.. -Times-Union. glers, phenomenally educated horses;

companied her grandfather, Hon. }-T. I to Jacksonville. ponies and wild beasts and a, myriad and General Metal Workers.
Rev. and Mrs. Sam White are en- The eyes of the Sunday school ,
W. Long, \o ,Gainesville, where he of' other amazing and pleasing num- -
joying a visit from Mrs. White's father workers of Florida are set toward f
goe? to attend the meeting of the bers. This season Cole Brothers
Mr. Thomas Dyal, of Rex Fla. Jacksonville just now because here '
Stills taken in for
exchange new Patching
Confederate Veterans. great shows have combined and are ones.
and her brother 'and sister, Mr ,and is' to be held in that city Th' ember the Orders mail
presented under one huge water- through country a specialty. by or 1
)ft. H. H. Witworth, of the Hiawatha Mrs. Karl Dyal, of New Jersey. 4-6 the State Sunday. School Con" proof canvas anphltheatre and will wire will receive prompt attention at either of tht-

vention. The pastors:: and superintendents .
Farms was .in Ocala Monday.He following works -
Mrs W. D. Condon, who has been be. seen in Ocala, November 1, when
will have an individual exhibitof are delegates ex-officip, and
the past two months in 'Atlanta two performances will be given on ''
spending each school send .besides FAYETTEtflLLE N. C. SAVANNAH GA
his famous Duroc hogs at,the Tam. Sunday may ,
ltlng'relatiVE's, has returned the show grounds. 'There will be a
V $
three delegates. AU deprat-
:: pa fair. home. Her visit was in every Sway. merits'of Sunday school work: will, be fete day free street parade at 10 a. JACKSONVILLE, FLA MOBilE AAA

: m., and this: display alone will be
most enjoyable.Miss
1trs.B.. S. Bernard editor of.t. ls. considered and a strong program is view. I'll
worth traveling many miles to
department is expected home the arranged. Among the speakers are 1
Fay Cribbett, who has been It will ze two full scintillating milesof
part of the week from, Ocala. Dr. H. M. Hamhill, Mr. Marion Law-
visiting relatives in Ocala and at richly costumed lady and gente-
called there by the Illness rence, international general secretary -
She was Marted for a short while returned to : men riders .handsome, chariots, tab-
her father.-Pensacola Journal.It's and Mr. W. C. Pierce international PHONOGRAPHS itBOYS
of her home at Largo Sunday after eaux, vans, floats, open and closed :t !
training superintendent..
noon. dens of fierce wild beasts, y
the Blue Ribbon Flavor that J. ,H. McLaurin, of Jacksonville, is In capiisoned horses and ponies,, herdsof r
exact spot. Get Blue ": charge of the local arranagements
touches the Miss Florrie Condon is back from .
elephants and camels and hosts of ,. '"
Lemon and Vanilla. Ab- and :wm'answ'er' all questions as' to \.' -
-- Ribbon Jacksonville, where she witnessed the novelties. '
solutely pure, go twice as' far and carnival attractions. and. 'visited details and programs upon applica h 1 ]ffimAN.c. ;" ,.aL"'Z1 R

the "Blue'RibbOn' F1a.vor" Is per fec- friends:and ,relatives. She bad ,a de- tion.---
Uon. Ask for the 25 cent size. visit. Sunday School Convention to Meet in I I'
lightful f
Miss Sara Elizabeth Harris went December.The t l'' jf(" v

,Capt. J. N. Strobbar J. N." Strobhar The home of Mr and Mrs.. Thomas'" up to Gainesville Monday to attend annual meeting of the Florida a s \ I I

I-* /r, and Mr. ;W. ,'G. Strobhar Montgomery Sexton in.t. .Is city has been made the Confederate 1eun on. Miss Harris State Sunday School Convention will ,c %

were In Ocala Sunday and very happy by the arrival t' a fine is maid of honor for the second meet in Jacksonville, December 46. E S 1

went up to Gainesville Monday to son. The little gentleman made his brigade and Miss Lucile Colcloueh, The association is interdenominational l1l

session :of the _circuit : of Gaianesville is the brigade denominations
attend the arrival early Sunday morning. spon and all having Sunday

court., where the,case of 'Capt Strob- sor. During Miss Harris visit she schools are urged to send dele 3G1

trfed. will be the guest of Miss Colclough. will ,
bar will be r Mr., R. L. Martin Is uP' from Lake gates. Distinguished speakers

Weir today. Everything is on the take a prominent part on the pro
Taylor: came homer : Mr. Wishart of Mississippi, arrivedin
Miss there as the orange pack- gram. Send names of 'delegates to
and, returned _to move Ocala Sunday afternoon and went !T ,#
afternoon i
Friday ing season IsXnow:; on in earnest. Mr. J. H. McLauren Jacksonville. '
ia '
Ocala Sunday morning where she : : down to Enhern on business connected -

going to school Miss Florence Wal- with the estate of his father, the
,C-jala Mrs. L. James Knight and her little Off For Gainesville..
ters returned to her home in late R. E. WishartMr.
after an extended Eon have, returned home from ,a Hon. Henry W.Long of Martel; L. : T- I
Friday morning,
to Urs. Knight's .sister,
and relatives at this short visit G. W Brant from across the M. Graham, of Grahamviller P.
Tislt to friends
phce.-Coieman cor, Wildwood Hust- Mrs. J. W. 9 llum.-;'at Gainesville.,_ river: was In ,town Monday with a big Stevens, of Conner; 1L,, P. rink, of L_ 4
: J. H. Livingston of
coop of fine chickens which he sold ;
i ler .. Mr., J. J. Gerig, the genial proprietor -at extremely moderate figures and itdid I Ocala; representing Marion' .Camp,

Comrades"W- H. Witter, of Inverness ,Cf the Postofflce Drug Store: has not take him long to dispose of I i U, C. V.. left Monday for Gainesville, ANTE

: '. ;' .J, M,, Cathcart. of 'Tampa; returned from .a trip to fJeW York th m. I to attend the state reunion. It goes

J fa W. Allen, of Floral City: 'TO C. and other' northern cities for the saying that they will have an "

non, of Brooksvilel,. and H. H. Mr, J. G. Peace, of Micanopy, father enjoyable time. ike

can of Tavares passed through Hon, R. A. Burford, left Monday for
'' Ocala Monday for Gainesville to at- Gainesville., where he goes to attend returned to his home at Micanopy Cot Shipman donut want the public -
'Confederate session of the circuit court for afternoon after a brief visit
'tend the state reunion.. :ot the fall term. n Ocala. to think the Montezuma.,Is out.of. We have. the largest seiecti '1
; Veterans; of his clerks
,: business because .some
"t .
Souter: returned to and ,cooks have been sick for five of Edisrn Records and Phono .
Miss r
/tklnson L
A ] .Mrs. Jackson went
Mr, and Mrs., Thornton ; : A .Myron had
that time have
Wilmington N Ocala Sunday' .afternoon from Sparr to Gainesville'. to visit Mr. days. During we '
a.D little daughter of : Monday
of her aunt MissFannte one hundred and fifty-one arrivals graphs in the city to select from.
pent Saturday night.'and Sun- and is the guest Jackson's parents who were former and, satisfied the most of' them. We c: t

*iaorning in Ocalvthe-guests: of :Clark citizens of Ocala.
;; are all Improving'now.. ll-113t
...I: Atkinson's listers.,on .Fort King ,I'. '
:'''asontie. 'They' left on ---the 'afternoon"train The hunting' 'season. In Marion, comply !Mr. H..'Sialberg has opened ,a. first,

'tor' a 'visit .'to: Mr. Atkinson's i ,1s said to be better than In many_ : class ,.restaanrant.,ta Dunhellon and Colonel Henry Watterson. has.got A.E'

old''home at ..Martin..- -Mr? AtkinsonIiieEln'Oca1s years., Quail'are.abundant. was -in Ocala Monday- looking up a astride of one of ,those 'wfld' horses BU.RNETTt _

'fora'number.of years first. class cook. again. He is.now .comparing Hughes
aad has friends -here. He .toWAt 'Mr. anad Mrs;:, F. "b.. Haakeil!;.*piLa f ,,4.-. -the lund rbU1 d" candidate!. In JEWELER

maar ,:- Weir ', ,' to"Ocala .00,3 Miss Fannie 'Stone ,returned homeSunday : the lamented-Til- ft
the'h Ad'of the. .sUtistical'de- ke; ._ came-. pp- s New: Yorkstate; : c ,
putmat:got e'AUMtIc" 'Coast- ".Line, shopping expedition- :Monday and 'wttfetnrn afternoon from:>"a 'visit to den. .It Js/enough, ito.':make'that. ; hon ,Merchants' Block. Ocala.. .,,FfefWt_.
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' ,t 'THE BANNER. ...... .... ..............._... ....................... Mr. Se : ;: I
OCALA speech


I ii.-(':..1tS ..-.. .-_ .:. -FRANK HARRIS, Editor. We have analyzed very carefully the arguments made against there some any.of ?

..z,. : P. V. Leidrainage amendment and, cannot help believing that the tion of
f.. -, : people voted against it under some confusion and misunder. changed
:.i .
r t: I standing. *'
ii."'" c '. of the amendment relied .almost solely 'onthe
.. > The opponents :tainly chang

i' following arguments: .
{ d I besides
:. First, that the adpotion of the amendment would create a ;
I:: ; from
machine. : ,
political ,
c' great as -
commissioners were merely another naine for 1
The drainage
it had not
__ the internal improvement board which has been in existencefor <
of Charles
: fifty years, exercising the Same powers and charged with would io

the same duties and responsibilities, and no charge has been

J."*. ", made that it has built up a political machine or has ever at- ,; i Quoting
,. tory
;.o:= .
tempted to do so. Mr. '

Second, that the lands are in litigation. of
-= the dates
The proposition the amendment sought to 'carry out was :
.:"-;. those : > jects were;;
Mottt The Banner, believing
; to have the lands drain themselves and so far as the results
i the well able to take care of retary .Root
= at top : were concerned; that is if the lands w ere draianed and made fit
has taken its stand! in the : pear that
added to the taxable resources of the
"; barricades with 'the common people
state, it mattered not who they belonged to. '
: ::: will be made for the betterment and were. ; l
-, and its fight
: Third, that the members of the board are not bonded of
of-those at the bottom. crime.
.... : that hasn't ryF P
I-t :;.. ficers.Identically the same men that now constitute. the internal 1 ?
NOVEMBER 16, 1906. things.
improvement board would have constituted the drainage board r.
popular '
,-' : and three of' the five are bonded officers, viz: the comptroller, ber when

Perry Belmont has resigned from the commissioner of agriculture and the treasurer. heighth of ,

t<_ ; committee. : for the school fund, the road, fund university fund. etc., but' identically
gives a bond covering all funds of which he is in any way re ]

The "dreenage" campaign is now : sponsible and this provision covers the funds derived from the Charlotte
to the
_r up.t : sale of "swamp and overflowed lands" as much. so as other made his

.: Starke Telegraph. :
funds in his hands. of

.. The treasurer has been treasurer of the fund for fifty years
of New
,Governor elect Hughes, passioned I
York is in the Addriondacks: recuperatIng : with no additional bond and not one word of objection was ever had his

from the labors, of his stren- before raised against.it. his Cromw.
Fourth, that it placed in the hands of the -drainage board -"treason! "" 1 '

unrestricted and unlimited'power. "
continues to gleefully The very wording of the amendment restrained the com- house-but ,

contemplate a growing surplus missioners and limited; their powers., The 'amendment fixed the "
: .. over expenditures in the national amount of ,taxes that could be levied and restricted the levy tinued;
It by their
< 'treasury. to "swamp and overflowed lands." There. never was a board !
5 son
Y more restrained and limited.. Lands in the middle of the Everglades i J '

.'. George W Vanderbilt will abandon unless "swamp and overflowed,'* were powerless to be terance
b '' his famous poultry farms at _BUt under this amendment for drainage pur than I
taxed a single penny
more N. C., as he lost heavily in exercise of the district attorney!
z-- poses. And as to the power have
e maintaining them. the comptroller, the board of county commissioners our city same '

council,.all are invested with more power than would have been by every
William J Bryan, reviewing the result speaker in !
K. \ conferred on the board of drainage commissioners if this
Tuesday's election, sees hope Root's infer
a had been adopted. And the adoption of this
in. the sitiation and .says there -is a amendment i and his
did not .abrogate other sections of the constitution
-.: trend toward democracy. cal. Mr
6 the officers of the state however
which exercises control over all McKinley t

New Mexico7 went "for" joint statehood 'created.
and in the
ff by a majority of 5,000 votes. The internal improvement board has been exercising for i sination he

s Arizona went "against" the proposition ,the last,_fifty years the same powers that this amendment placedin Roosevelt

by a majority' 10,000. the hands of the drainage commissioners; it has sold millions beneficiary.

of acres of lands and handled millions of dollars, and not _

( By defeating John A. Graham for : one word has been said about its members not being bonded Governor I

representative in Manatee county...theY with too much -
officers or its being invested power. age
; Tallahassee Sun is entitled to cut a Fifth, that the drainage of the Everglades is impossible. with the

big notch in its good government : This is a debatable question and can only be"' determined. by being erglades

stick.-Zolfo Advertiser tested. If A says that he is a better man physically than B or not the

t and B says that he is.a. better man than A the not. The
It has become a fad of rich women
determine which is right is for them to pull off and the
in Chicago: to adopt babies.. Between. only way to It[
r their sleeves and "go at it." When ejigineers
their'coats, roll up extension
.; foster parents and divorced parents 1'.f
1 it is a wise baby that knows its own differ- about whether the draining of the Everglades js feasible of Florida.

or not fc. to give it a trial. There is no other way under heavento
;: mother :
find out The -. 'fs
i 'o'I
defeat of
,. The democratic attorney general We have heard some mighty good and intelligent men say -

$. s elect declines to commit himself on : that the building a railroad to Key West is an impossible drainage

the question, of ordering a recount of t proposition; but.it; is being done. This shows that good and umn rules

the 'mayorality tote in New Nork wise men.are very often mistaken. i ing. Wf c

}- city last 'year. The final objection urged against the adoption of the tears about

IT". amendment was that the lands, if drained, are valueless. amendment

L .. The acquittal of a white man for Some of the pioneers in the Everglade's section, whose them
the killing of a boy, by a jury those
negro veracity stand high in the public estimation, say the lands are --
at Dothah, Ala, brought a stinging the richest In the world, and if drained would add a'rich sec., ham's de ::

rebuke 'from! the judge before whom lion of more than ten million acres to the state's domain

-;the case, was Iried. capable of producing in abundance choice semi-tropical and Alabama S I

'':'' Corporation counsel Lewis, of Chicago tropical fruits and vegetables that would make that sectionof I
has announced that he wouldin Florida the richest and most delightful spot on the Inhabitable -'

globe, and all of which would have been done at a cost'
a short time commence proceedings
taxes the of not' a penny to the tax payers of the state except to those
to collect city on sur
? benefitted. WilD
.. plus of $25,000,000 of the 'Pullman '
t sffc-: company- sition.We cannot believe that the people understood the propo- !

l. Favrot's. attor .
.' Congressman-elect ........... I
,;; neys have, issued a statement to the .

effect that the killing of Dr. Aldrich --- -- 5
at Baton Rouge resulted from the Say what you please about it, do The late William Zeigler, of New I I

persistent circulation of reports' of a what you please about it, in the York, left a fortune upwards of $13,- Eruption :

.... certain. character. election of Mr. Charles 'E. Hughesas 000,000, which he made ,in the bnking
governor of New York the most powder business. One of the chief .
;'S A ripple was caused at the capital I
despicable method ever before resorted articles that Mr. Zeigler put into his Itching
by the &Cllon'of representative Pollard
,.rN. to In an election in the United business was newspaper InkHe '
i Nebraska, In turning back to :
"' States, triumphed. The method was regarded newspaper advertising as a
: the house I
the sergeant-at-arms of
0'. the brutal assassination of character legitimate item of business expense, Expense
$1,865 of back salary to. which he
deliberately planned by the and employed it liberally: The name
_thought he'wasn't entitled. *
head of the nation. To that factor of bis-baking powder became literally

The Courier-Journal says that "11 we repeat, Mr. Hughes owes his a household word while the

/-I It Is true ,that 90 per cent, of thearmy's' election. That,'fact is so plain and powder itself was in everybody's

troubles are due to bad whir palpable that it can not be glossed mouth.Miami News.If .

key the remaining 10 per cent may over by any mount of frills, flounces

::.; be-,due to the difficulties experienced and subleties of the language the the drainage amendment is .de "Some -
in .getting the whiskey.* flowers of rhetoric, or the ornamentsof book on :
feated, as now seems probable, we received
-- ... :; speech. It was a blow below the the Soap
Invite all
prospective Everglades su
s The Next Florida legislature should |belt the sandbag of the footpad.Mr. me more
pass a law prohibiting the shooting gar cane planters to come to Starke used.

"" -, .' of quail for the next two, years. Reports Simon Guggenheim, who financed I and grow strawberries. Bradford and I-am ;
of the in 'county has plenty of good lands that trouble
b. from many sections the'state republican party Colorado broke out
'say they are becomingarce. They is to be the next _United Statessen do not have to be draianed to make and A

;J;. should be given a chance to Increase ator from that unhappy state.. Mr. them tenable and capable of producing nearly

Miami News Guggenheim has a palacae on Fifth paying crops.-Stark Telegraph.A ,medicine :
f I me, and
-. avenue in New York city and has ad. I sent :
The: New York democratic.. state I his home 'in his, palace. The republicans man arirved here last Tuesday and I

= committee has. adopted a resolution!! defend Mr., Guggenheim on from another state to Invest in either went to l

providing; for .an investigation of the grounds that Senator :Clarke, ,the Quincy or Gadsden county real estate cake of

y' .. State Senator P, H,- McCarren's democratic senator from Montana, and as he was unable to get cura ticura Pills. ( ,

Kings county' organization. Senator also had a palace on Fifth avenue in hotel accommodations ne,-'i !t 6n roe. I received !

; ilcCarren was present and dented New York. But Mr. Clark purchased nekt train without looking over the and two

It ttat he knifed the head of the state |his palace after he was elected and field for investments.-Quincy Times. and was
,"" democratic ticket i did pretend to live In Montana _most Send them down to Ocala. Here we '
... thank.
> '
of the time. have three big hotels dad any number wish,';you
W T. Boyd," a white?planter was of boarding houses. \. friend

',... < '_ convicted in the circuit-court at DeKalb Mr., Charles S.Emerson is no longer .Grove '

":_ ,- Miss, .of' criminal assault, on the' editor ot two, papers ,he having Bradford county gave ,an overwhel- June,l5, .
: ,- Wadkins, ,a negress .and sentenced L
":: Handy sold the Fort Pierce News to Mr. ming majority against the drainage

Y -.. : '. to life imprisonment in the Arthur B,, Brown, who assumed amendment The Bradford county !

t _' > penitentiary. Counsel on both'sides charge of,It November 1.
on : The TamPa voter got It into his head early in the .
... :, : : agreed on this form of punishment; :
'. '" [ Globe and the 'Tampa Herald game that"the .
.-' 'ii'. drainage.scheme was a fa the .'
-.r-; : and, no appeal will ))8'taken. have been -
.;. consolidated as the Tampa risky proposition and, all the arguments tared men qJ'- .-
-s.t', ,,., 'j. 1 News, of -which :M ': Emerson is that could be bjrought to bear may be : ...
', 'i- ;:The, Tayares',,.Heraldsays. L; that; Na the 'editor.Boosevelt... I. cured by
by the advocates of the, amendment
;: 't. '? A!" '_'poleoon 'B'ow like. aP I e0n' Ban-. -"" I T and gentle
could, not
dispel the impression.
:+ ::: i:,< :apart! has met his .Waterloo: The : disbanded ,,those. "color-I Starke Telegraph- : meat doses,of the : {;, '--

3-!''''. eraidlwr&ly indicated but; :wasVtoo fed,troops"_jaa the "day,after the ,election j physicians j :,'

'. ; '_""fJ_ >h; 'fflbdest, ..to-- say" 'that'c:.ini. the- persoq' # 'of.. He.'plays. the roll:of the artful I Two members' '- M4... .. : -,:;_ ;,
; the progressive reK '
--L _' fO' ,,)kJ.::; .st.-Cl&1rAbrams 'Brofthlq politician! all along ;the: e.tt, )_, per: r.n.'z.... ..' '0" -0-
Ubertiparty'in :-
.Lee county have been
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I. ; '}fMb ? ; -'. : < + "' ': / 'EARTH'S MIGHTIEST AND
: ; CLIPPINGS Tille .made vacant by the death ;df BESTv ASK ANYBODY.

.:.I; :; COMMENT : Governor Broward, Though LosingHis Hon.: Walter G. Robinson recently.- f t4u\6t'3"BIG RfGS 3 E ..
: Battles Does Not Lose Faith Anent Mr. Chubb's visit one bright
............................ -Editor L'Engle Finds a Balm ill ''
............NlN.Ngh woman discussing it at the Leon was ; t3QttQIMEOltEfoleER1E5 31 eu

6 the Manatee County Election. heard to .say: "If I was a man and

The election returns lived in Florida I would be a republican S
is Tennessee Congress is 'again (By :Miss Jefferson BelL
dlcated that republican by for there are offices e nougnto
at least about 75, OQ fifty-four Special to the Ocala Banner:
.w bite ,. ..majority. around them,.instead. of
voters neglected to; go 'to the U-; .. .-Tallahassee. ...ov. &-We have not among. -i--
; polJa. .. scrambling through the democratic
,If :Mrs Mary Eddy Baker thinks lacked for excitement .at the capital primary for one."
""'l There she is dead she's dead, but she this week, although there has been : rt COMING s .!

." Is universal complaint in the doesn't happen..to think so. noting<< of general importance to rf INALL THEIR
..business ENTIRETY
world over Probably the hapipest man in Tal
the'.shortage of chronicle The board of control met i :
; -
*rs and a The lahassee over the election returns sucAEME _Cfn56TP TRIPLE
consequent Inability to Tampa! DailHerald -and the here Saturday morning and was a I SENSATIONAL
Bake ,this week was'Claude L'Engle, when
deUverl :
L Tampa Daily Globe have affected a part of the day in session with the ) : HIPPODROME
received .v
he a telegram announcingthe INVINCIBLE ARTISTS ?,
-' combination and will be printed as state board of education. Dr. Brown, DEATH-WVJTINO FEATS ; > ;. 300
George K. : defeat of John A. Graham, of .
Favrot, congressmanone an afternoon paper under the name Mr. Young and Mr. Bryan three TWICE{ OAt1Y: : piEMIERVERfOitMEitSr.PEOPLEHORSESTto .
: elect and of Manatee county for the legislature. '
most of-the '' '
brilliant Tampa'Datiy News. We hope members who seldom miss 7f AMERICA'S ONI*
'OUIlg men It Louisiana shot and kill. that Mr. L'Engle had ararnged to have 'JURE W1tD ANIMALS.' M AMUSEMENT ENTERPRISEXA&GEST'RAIIROAD
.the News
will-meet with instant \
attending a meeting of the board : :
,as ,ed. his bosom friend over'a dispute election bulletins at the Sun office ; CONCERN: Pi. Jpl' WHICH"HAS CIRCUMNAVIGATED
the night after success. were the members present. Architect 'DAODEl1ED'8Y STEAM H| THE CLOSE.,
election, Tuesday night He was .a pronounced
Edwards who made the plans for AUTENTS"SUN AND RAIN"PROOF SEATS"FOR 11,000 PERSONS.
Ben E. Russell, of Bainbridge. Ga., t Hearst man and an equally ardent advocate -
Mr. H. ,E. Carlton of tne university buildings Gainesville of the amendment.
has ex-congressman. has just been elected .. drainage y
been. on a visit to his brother Mr. R. a Justice of the peace. He will i I was here and conferred with As the tone of the bulletins changed I '
A.Carlton the board with a view to making
In this city who has beengeite. find probably that office Is more proffi- from favorable to Hearst to certainty
plans for needed. improvements in : "
sick for some time table for and anti-drainage
past to him than being a -1 Hughes returns
the bdldings of the Female AT _
college. OCALA :
! .-Metropolis. ExCpngressman I seemed to have the call :Mr.IEngle's \i
; John The college has a very large attendance ,
; Drew is In exhuberant
,the third monthof Russell Is following in the footsteps spirits began
-i> his engagement at the Empire of, one of the illustrious presidents of I, and there is urgent need of to droop. "Just wait till we hear

Theatre New Yerk, where he is appearing the republic. After serving his countryin I i additional dormitory room. The college from :Manatee county perhaps that

'r t; .:Order. in Pinero's. ."His .House in the highest .capacity*,died servingit i the bindings board is are considering not well the arrangedand needsof is the balm. left in Gilead for me," WEDNESDAY NOV. 21! 1906

in the capacity of a magistrate and i he said. ,
the institution and will make a recommendation -
!*? road overseer. -
The to the legislature for -
35 New York critics are'now'very Governor Broward returned last

loud in their praise of ..Miss Lena Secretary Root in his Utica speech the needed improvements Dr. Brown night from Jacksonville where he x

.Ashwell,. the English emotional denounced Mr. Hearst as a dema- spoke enthusiastically of the splendid had been to vote. "Do. you concede da

L actress, who Is appearing in MTh"" gogue and a hypocrite. In proof of. success of. the college and with the defeat of the amendment?" I "

8h lma1te," the actress however, is his assertion that he was a hypocrite special emphasis of the departmentof : asked him this morning. "I don't con so r

given more praise than the play. he said; "Can hypocrisy go; further music. Saturday evening the cede anything, but it looks like it
than the willing benefificiary of joint boards were entertained at ,the "
was lost he answered with a smile. /l I I11 4 V
You Tammany hall preaching political college a reception being tendered
can fool some of the cracker Just then Mr. L'Engle came in and
some. of. the time and you can fool .purity" In this same: speech he them by president and Mrs. Murph- shook hands with him and said:

all of the crackers some of the time, 'spoke of the greatness and prosperity ree. "Well how do you feel governor" I
of our country and the republican
but you can't fool all ,of the crackers 'I "Not quite as bad as Biddy's husband -
that had contributed to makeit
party A distinguished visitor and one
:: all of the time.-Lake City Index. Pat,. after his,fight. She said he MOTHER AND BABY UON3 MOTHER AND BA3V CAMtL
Yet the in this I
so. greatest city
not often seen at the capital was Hon.
Well, they were completely fooled on : was 'insinsible < d'spachless and
great republic is under the domina
: S. Chubb of who
Henry Gainesville
the first round; we'll see if they will :tion of Tammany hall and it has kept crying, water water:" t.
spent Saturday here Mr. Chubb is
be on the second. grown great under its control. Some The governor looks worn from his :
one of... the several charming and delightful IrQ
of the most patriotic and philanthropic arduous campaign; naturally he feels 5 ,
Rev. William E. Hinshaw. convicted men who- have loyally re
men of the ''nation are members the defeat of the amendment keenly.
of murdering.his wife and. paroled of this organization; some of the mained republicans in Florida and He has made magnificent campaignand +, i

by the governor on good behavior wealthiest and most progressive men; held the respect and admiration of bears himself like a man in de ** Ifw

.has been remanded to the penitentiary some of the most pious and devoted the people I of the state. To do that feat.

to serve out a life sentence. He Christians are members of it, and now is no difficult thing, but in the
"It is easy enough to be pleasant,
was convicted in -1895.. He is said In order to cleanse and purify the recent past it was a thing to test the
When life flows like a song, NE gABY ritPMANTJ j 1'fcHOTHea ANO OABY BLACK TtoASr
to be a very handsome man, possessing organization they have invoked the nerve of, most men, and I have the ,,
But the man who is worth while is
a very subtle and brilliant mind., strong arm of the law and seized very highest regard for the men who
the man who will smile /
.some of its members who it intrusted clung to the. political faith of their. i /
Jacksonville mourning the death with high office and put them in fathers in spite of the odium it car. When everything goes dead wrong.

;, -": of her distinguished and honored prison stripes. No other-political organ- ried in the south in those days. Governor Broward is Just such a

ization, so far as we are aware, has man and as I left he turned to'write
mayor, Hon. T. M.NoIan, who died in Mr. Chubb did not say very definitely .
"#. ever yet done this, ,and'fet Mr. Sec his Thanksgiving proclamation withas 21 21MOTHER
that city Friday morning after an ill why he came to Tallahassee
retary Root says "that hypocracy can large a faith in the God of Thingsas
,' ness of several months. Mayor Nolan but was in conference with Surveyor _
: go no further than the ,willing bene- They Are, as he would have had
-f-,hat been twice elected mayor of the ficlary of Tammany hall preaching General Parlin and Mr. Warren had the result of the election been

metropolis,the last time without opposition purity" And this charge against Mr of Apalachicola: and his visit doubt _
and was an exceedingly popular Hearst is no- flimsier than others Mr. less had some connection with the _
i '
man.* Secretary Root makes against him. I succession of the position in the Judge Ion L. Farris has resigned I'

I from the office-, 'of justice of the JUST A MOMENT PLEASE-WE TOTE FAIR

I peace of the tenth district, Duval

county and L. D. Howell has been tHE SEARCH LIGHT OF TRUTH ON THE

I appointed to fill the vacancy. TiJs office AMUSEMENT,ENTERPRISESOF .
I is of considerable importance in THE WORLD

CORN AND EIN I MARYLAND CLUB Duval county and pays about $2,500 REYEALS '
a year. Judge Farris, who is a Marion THE GREAT COLE UNITED SHOWS '

At $1.50 per Gallon No S Per bottle fiidO: ; case of county boy (at least he was a

r extra charge for Juga.C1FEE twelve bottles for $15.00. few years ago), was elected Tuesday, AS EARTH'S LARGEST AND BEST REPRESENTATIVE

representative to the legislature from TENTED' ENTERPRISE

i\ ("ED'S PLACE."), WHEN IN TOWN Duval county and asthe. law does not I I I 3 RI.\aS-All Double Length R. R. Cars. Tho Fountains from vrhki '.
allow a man to hold any other office 3 STAQES-103 Educated Quadrupeds.FIl$& Buittt W tan tow _

In connection with TO THE TRADE we Call will and try see to us treat and while; serving in the legislature he n 1 lI 3 MENAQERIES-11QO People and Ariooh. gone.Most Funim.Nov.l and Sea-Tt. ->

saloon where you, tendered, his resignation the day following 3 HIPPODROMES-IDS Cages, Dens, Floats. TaJ of the Times tbro4
can find the best., ,. you white. 3 HORSE FAIRS-300 Star Performers. end tt homt America's
the election.-\ i IIr Coiy Shows which tart
< Our, prices are figured on the very Judge, Farris is a :conspicuous ex- 3 SPECIAL, TRAINS-41 Jolly Clowns. CII'CWIMriple4thtrcbeflOODING : -

Lowest Cash basis and under no circumstances ampe of what a young man with ambition 1 i
SlUR will we ship goods C. 0. D., OLD PRIVATE STOCK energy and brains can 'accom IrH I I I I They Have no Equal They are ]JfaichlaE: in Harrelous Wonder.f .

MASHcents the Express companies will only plish. With no other capital he has f Jou't) *
.Joll ., as Foil Quart fl.50; four ilk The Year's Best Treat. dtimj ixr o ;.
of five
Quarts, within the -short space years _
at owner's risk and delivered
four full Quarts, 3.00; take whiskey open. 'quarts twelve, quarts delivered$6.00 worked his way to the front rank l Hit l i l t\ seats for 11,000 Persons beneath our Sun and Waterproof Tents.THE .
twelve quarts, delivered The law will not allow them to ship I I
$16.00. and is known .throughout the state as
for $9.00. 0 D.Ve will Express
whiskey 0. accept one of the most promising young lawyers .

Orders, Postoffice money orders, in Florida.

one. and two cent stomps, and checks RINGING, SUPREME SURPRISE AGES
The result of the'election' in New
know' 0. K. We
we are
and sell for cash
cash thereby
- for '
, : four of' $1.50 per quart; four tihngs as they should be. than any LIMB AND LIFE FOR FAME AND FORTUNE.
the benefit
,1.60 quart obr customers
: per case of. quarts ,$0.00; case of thing that could. have happened. It -
quarts. $ ; l bad twelve quarts $14.00.HOGAN'S .
twelve quarts tor $13.00 was not a democratic defeat, but

merely a repudiation of Mr. Hearst.

: Certainly the sa ri1 ftce' of the governorship
I of (New York to< the personal

L ambition of. one man is rather

lIE colossal but if it will have the effect

;:; SIX FULL QUARTS FOR $5.00 of retiring the ambitious Mr.

Hearst It will be worth all that it'has \ ; r--- -----Y--- ,Af

OneQuart' Maryland Bye, One Quart North Carolina Corn,
; of
condition the
.s.,4. One Quart Apple Brandy, One Quart Holland Gin, The deplorable
One Quart'New England Ram, One Quart Sherry. democratic party outside of the southis

due to just such folly. Until democrats -;
This is something that will Tickle You as it passes down, and you willaggree came back to conversatism in

with ,us that its good. These goods are taken from our .regular men and measures' the party will

stock and after buying if you don't think its worth $5.00_ for Six Qurts, grow in disrepute. Reduced to a last!

S it us and, we will gladly refund your money. analysis the party is continually sacrificed -'
t return fo the personal selfish ambition -



WED IllS BELL A Year of Blood.
RYE AND BOURBONAt! $1.25 per quart four The year of 1903 will be long re-:.
:Full qaa.n..J. 4'125' four quarts, $4.75 case of 12 merbered in the home of F N. Tacket '
f ;
{quarts; $5.ooi, welve Leesburs; Rye, Quart 50 cents; Half. Gallon' quarts for 1200. of Alliance Ky., as a year.of blood; FREE TtD .EfffERr ODr

for. $15.00, 1.00; Gallon $1.50. '. which owed so copiously from Mr.
quarts, Old Fashion Rye Quart cents;.:Half Gal Tacket's. lungs that death seemed very TWICE DAILY ON THE SHOT GROUNDS.
Ion $1.50; Gallon $3.00. near. He writes; "Severe bleeding DIRECTLY AFTER THE PARADE AND AT '6.30 P.R. -

: 1 Hogans' XXXX Rye, Quart $1.00; Half -t-, from! the lungs and a frightful cough Most Blood-Chilling and Highest Priced, Open Air
Gallon 2.CO;. Gallon $4.tiO. WELLERS.4X had brought meat death's door when .
.- ., PAUL JOKES CABINET I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery Attraction ever seen. Presented exactly as shown in .

: "'per. quart ;::12 CORN WHISKEY Ten years old for consumption with the as- the picture, above. Don't Miss It. .
#.At'quarts'for$1.25 North Carolina, Quart 50 .cents; Half Gal.$2.00 per ,quatt.Mill tonishing result that after taking
$13.60. Ion $1.00 Gallon $1.75. four bottles I was 'completely:restored

Stone Mountain, Quart $1.toi. Half Gallon and as time has proved completely.5
= '$2.00; Gallon $LOO.- BOERS cured.. Guaranteed for sore lungs
I TK (HERIUOES drained bat WINES AND SWEET GOODS.Will have prompt attention coughs drug store.and colds Price at 50 Tydings cents and& $Co.'s L00 m T [ _M f IMn COLLECTING m ACHEB If lMI

,,,slay be creek'neytf.i Blackbery; Quart cents Gallon $1.50. and will be a bottle. Trial bottle free. m
Hogan's. Tom Gin $1.75 to $4.00 Gallon. filled same day. _
So will after visit to Triple Menageries where to be found the '
will be. fefnoHntroductlon. you say your our, are
-' '... Sherry. 50 60.and 75 cents per,quart; $1.50, For .a Two''?Cent;Stamp;' Fitttest and Rarest Representatives of all Teeming Earth's Most Curious Creatures..
'. r2.00 and $3.00 per Gallon. Port, same price. .LIVING OF RACE CLIME COUNTRY
California Wine $5.00 per case.. -.- A common process has been discovered PHENOMENA EVERY AND ?

:jIII.i--WIrrE- R' PHOSPHATE GN!! known to nretofore possess healing"but surpassing. propertis, any not tHERE IS A.5IGHT'WORTH'TRAVELING. :MILESTO WITNESS

.._ SCdTC. .,; 'G 0 HOGAN For every complaint of other drug. The- discoverer will.for 1 AI!
',: '.; '. the kidneys. $1.50. per a two,, cent stamp, tell anyone- what 'MATCHLESS.S'.TREET' P.,Ri'D'E '

>fl.80.... per. ,quart." ;, : qnart.NO i t .li Address R; ,,Phit ipf.. TIa. r .' ''IiiI ", _-'" ..< '-

-.. ., .. Florida Open Dean ofWnd Beastx, strange Brutes fat Xeaslv.:' Cute Ponl. > ".
: p 'o'-- Qcala : GooDS SENT G. 0 D. ,Dr J. C. Boozer .bas'returued, from Hor e ,OUttorlBjr Ooldeu Ctariotir Herds at Elephant sad Caarrh.b -
118 JJ&DI1a,tty OsTite-rs Pretty Ladies, t Wardrcba and CoaiiUe 4'. ,
,J : 11. *. V- 4. : Georgia..... yhere-he:- has''bee off a bus. SiaLtLO gegr$ shrard -:
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When the southbound Southern Paacific ; ;

.train stopped at Beaumont Tues 'J"'t"'t't"'t"t""f't'4!.

day'afternoon it was boarded by 39 ........ .
maidens and three men. The maid '.'

ms were members of the Nordlani

company, one of the men were their Pu.-' .- .: ., -'; : ; ,.. -- ,; ;. .:'
manager and the other two were ':.' : .k ..... .

Rev. Ly B. Warren, pastor of the ....
First Baptist church at Beaumont,

and Dr. M. P, Ham, evangelist. The ;
two last named had just closed a re- a r } When In'Need I

r Tlval at Beaumont *
,. \ .
The troupe manager looked like a '
F -
male materialization of the old woman .;,.; .., >-:. ..'... -..
who lived in a shoe, surrounded ; --

fcy 'a bevy of beauties, 39 in number [ .4'._ ." Ye" '.', : -. .......
and .:. :,:; ".i-.iof. '. OFPurina -- F, .
conductor -
the .
asked He buttonholed for a special car but the man .. '-' '' ro' .,..,.....',.':';, ;'..;:..', > ; ,'S.''.::._: .,. .

brass buttons side ..t. -_-- .
in blue coat and ..... '. 1
stepped and the maids of Nordlanc S -----

went'into the regular chair car. In ." .,: .'" : ><:: '; :
Feed : ;0 .,..,-; .. / r- 0. H'
the maentime Pastor Warren hat t
wormed his way blushingly through :. < :: St aYt I '

of the chorus ladies and ,',. '''',';,''''''' {;: '
ranks .
the _
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of his ', 1 .: '. ": _
lad with the disjecta membra r '" : -'

baggage engaged seats for himself i I Com ,::i::.!:k"B i .' ....... "
and the evangelist Thirty-nine soubrettes : ",; ','- : ran 1 ........

and two lone preachers were ''.-. .. .-.>. .. ':-r..." : / .- .- ".';.<...... .".. ''.7........,. _......

the sole'occupants of the coach.. The i 'C. 'j! "
evangelist and the'pastor sat side by I IBide. llf "
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The pastor was next the window :: ..' "'! ,' ': a or ,,.f. __
'f' <'i.'. .. : .. ., .'.'!'. ,. __
gazing at the beauty of the fleeting i Jl <; .', ..

landscape, while the attention of the Iy : >i ; :}". :. j

evangelist was attracted to the lissome .." .k>, ., : :
blonde the :< .,.1 ,'=.'i.' ie.' ;. <' ',;.f-.; ', SaltEta ,, .. ", __
of across : :
loveliness a : r.'r.t
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blue \
aisle. He saw her big eyes grow j < y. ....\.tt."" \. ': ;
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misty with unshed tears and the -' ""%<;*.>,- .-.:.:'':-.-:-.-*..:... ....._
->>.* H. : .
drops welled up and came in rivulets t ,--: :. : ; : ,:- ; : : : -' '

down her peach blown cheeks In 1 .- e,1 : .' .
a moment the evangelist's band was I .

in his pocket' He drew out one of I r ; Send Us Your Orders. Ir

TOrrey'8 Vest Pocket Companions for r .

Christian Workers. Opening it at the / .
section where passages of scripture 1 ---
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for the comfort of those In sorrow .....

5.5 were collected, he marked some pas- \ ... : :' :. : ... ', u ..' ';', '.: ,' .:' __ ." ', '" _,,, _.:' :;: _,:__ :' _''':'_::: __ .. __ '. ,' ,_' ":: ',.. ---
and leaning ":
ages with his pencil / -
across the aisle handed her the book. / r ---

The young girl thanked him and her / r 55r .....
tears ceased to flow as she commenced -Is ;
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to read. Soon sunshine chased all 1 . ... . .. ..- .", ,- .. ," ..-.-. .'. _". ..'". -- -.- -. ," -.- ..ur ....". .,
clouds from her brow and rising she --

went from group, to group up and / ..... ;
down the car showing the book and ....... ;
reading the passages that, had cheer i rrr
ed her heart Soon girl after girl 1 A. BROW & BROS \ .-.....-. -

came to the preachers and asked for ; ::: '
books until the supply from ,both valises / ..

were exhausted and even then 1 ,. ... ..' _. -- '"
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.one young woman gave, her name to ::

the pastor! asking) that he forward r ..... ,
t 'of her play- rr --a
her a book care company .
las tonight, in San Antonio. "
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It 'was a strange scene there in I . .. ....... ..::mr "
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the coach. In one\section four girls .", : : --'- ;: : --w m

were playing cards on a suit case, In 1 -. : -. :. -, 0':1.:, -- ..-'..J
another one. girl was reading aloud -- :
a story from "Smart Set," while I ;. .......
across the aisle a third was,conning .. ....... --
.. then;pages of BernardShaw's; Man '
4; and Superman in its: stage form r I < :.. "
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card and 1 :
while between the players REMEMBER It

the story book reader group of girls ;

were sitting with heads bent over \
the word of God weeping In 'memory I "' """: .......",
I .: <" --
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of childhood called to
of the scenes ...... :]:
mind by many words, they had not ;
-. 2ead In ,years. r 1 : To Send Us Your Orders for YourCandies ., 31.a

Evangelist Ham aid Mr._ Warren I -' < ",,. ..-A i ..-..-... --
passed' through 'Houston last even I '. .. ,.-.r,.,. "' rt
ing en route to the state Baptist convention l"- "" ; "! ...- ': '- : ... ... }.
at Waco. In a 'few days Mr. SHam > )
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,will return to open up a revival .
bere under the auspices"of the eight f 1.:;:,;
Baptist churches of this city. Mr.. .. .-_........_.... ""'t ;"
Warren leaves in a few days to accept I rr ...... ;'
a big! pulpit in Chicago. The two I L. L.
have just closed a big meeting*in / ; .. Raisins, Cluster Kaising's I s

Beaumont, where hundreds united ",
with the various churches and for a a
period of two weeks the Baptist I '

church was., not closed and was not / 't",: English Walnuts Is
without worshippers at any hour of 1e fQ
t ... u .
the day or night
a s r-1I
While in the city Mr. Ham met Dr.W. 1 .

> $. Jacobs, of the First PresbyterIan Pecans Almonds Brazil Nuts .

church, who cordially tendered I I ., ,
the use of his church for the revival a -. ', .
and the cordial;and mutual hope was I ---

expressed that the revival might Dates V.V.Mince .
Figs '
leap denominational lines and be ,1 'd .. .
u' taken by all the churches in / ...
up the I ':,, ; '; ..
city,-Houston (Tex.) Chronicle r '. t.

Biliousness and Constipation.For -- ';>) Meat Picklesand ::' J '; :3 .

years I was troubled with biliousness d ,.f ,,. "
and constipation 'which d :, ..
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made life miserable for me. My appetite I : ... . :
failed me. I lost my usual 1 :..- -> : Cranberries. ......
.force 'and vitality. Pepsin perpara. I .<.. ';. __
lone and .cathartics only made ma.tters 1 "
worse. .I do not know wehe Iahouid 1 "
be today had I not triedChamberlain's I :
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Tablets.. The tablets relieve the ill I < 'i/ ; I.
feeling at once. strengthen the digs- I ; :
tiv. functions' hlpirig the system to I TO ARRIVE :
'do its work naturally.Mrs.. Rosa I y THIS WEEK ,
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When you A Good need a Liniment good reliable din1 I r ) Y.:, Car: Texas Red Rust Proof

invent 'try Chamberlain's: Pain Bilip. "' t-;>
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I swellings. A piece of flannel slightly $
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# I ITLLMAKEHY:; FIGHT. | We Never DisapPoint Our Patients .

| IN THE RANKS." | W0 Fulfill Ewry Promise and serer Hold Oat Falsi Reft*. M
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New"York'NOT.. 7r; :';Mr7 Hearst Vito,PoeltlseITcarad; aoettmoloutbai,.rntpalye
1iJ "S. Tile Dr. Uedletl Co.U bititsUoa .
=-< King ta orsuurt v 40f tef ,
made the following statement the .-= 1 ten of Uu auto ot O ofift for the treatmrni sad CUM of aa
morning after the election: I D rTouuieiiroal dliitei. Dr. N. S. KD' (. Uw founder oj
t UI.1a 1a.thlt1 ,II tht ehlef eonsulUD,IPfc1aU1f. bed I&IMI .
: 1-{ > ; Your Doctor Will "In view of the result, I have onlyto 1 br.aa Of eminent phll1daD''nrteanaOuruceeu2ttetreatmeatofebroatedtu.ueifaemtapr -
what I have said In
ted. v*..boU medial and electrie&l fco t'a. '"
.speeches: .oJ... Our offices ar equipped vita ail tbe vanletsisEljbassiP.
& lea.%-nr,Tlold ray,and Dnseamyi la tact nary
Recommend .
Red RockGinger "I am enlisted In this fight against CIOIltr1aaOl tDO...so the mec11G&l profM.sSo&. o.rauhart..tt
_ .the control of government by the modern In every respect and we employ none bus the Mt
trained and efficient attendant,regularly faaUAed p 4nM e
trusts and corrupt corporations, andI and lloenod phyilaStni being In chart.
Ale We eq!IIQJ' 'aaalll&41Q mew to aeeve ptttau .4
tI1" will fight it out to the end. ..' "'Kttrooa&e-no C.O.IX'or unMfced for punster,..tent 011'
. "But I will serve In the lead or ,,!-li\i-\ this ti. ,Joa. Our terms for treatn nt iTerao from I5ioHOXS e0
p rIl1011U1.mtdlclnrslaau4e4)
and wi 0rUt steer
in the ranks, just exactly as the people ance of a cure wltbln e cpeclfled time.PUDflHtPniCClCCG .
desire, and 'as earnestly and loyally rrl i We eeoaernnl'treat a 4p tm
.- BtSTWflijEfNll/EREtIClI9. .aenw care *'i Thr ft atotta
Itj As in one place as in the otue'rr': : ). each u Kidney and lUaddetrouolee, Bhe
a non-alcoholic! non-stimulating beverage to ftf\ uIJihr. boptcxo Bc ooele. Drains, Lt us. etcu, aadtil '
"The people have decided to re- UHTB.CUJnUlIQ.DII u.. Tumors tad malignant ,", btu. CsUrrh TJ
JK li drink at home nothing excels Red Rock Ginger Ale. Add ) aee, Throat Bead and Lungs Clieuei of Kje ani
tain the in .
republican party power.I N. K. Kii a M. a C&ronia BUeaaee, of Wouen. earn a* napUceaMMk
a 11 to this its marvelously beneficent "J igestioniand will make my fight In the ranks CHIp CotIIuLTIIIQ Pwvaiw. VauuaratDiechargea, and snob weattuue .f voaiea.
III today"carda you condition U you IN sick"er"a"aict"L 0. reoae. vt
have the truly ideal bevera,' therefore. and, as a private citizzen, te laud joa.ar U raturl.1Ac1u4ill1IYmPtom blanki for home tre&tmCONSULTATIOlil'
z; do my best to promote the interestsof KXAMXNATION AND ADV1CX7TREC _.

my fellow citizens.. 011. 1110 MEDIOaL CU.p =tJtta.I U.rr.n.a.i\re..C\ tI Ir., fiiianla, gg. .

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Look "
for the Red Rock Crown ao -
t Miss Jefferson Bell, of Tallahassee,
stopper on bottles- .yQJ Ep y
o our correspondent, is a charming

7 IT IS YOUR ONLY PROTECTION *'L>>. writer and has opinions of her own

and an admirable way of expressingthem
tt46Atl a o to THlMario.
ATLANTA, and always the courage of her -
Sold in bottles ct all groceries, etc.,
convictions, which is always commen-
/L: and on. draught cf hunts.t. .
t i' dable, but we must mildly dissent

g from a paragraph contained in her .) Hardware Conpijy: ,

: ill letter printed this morning. She says:

z 'Until democrats come back to conservatism -
in men and measures, the
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: z FLORIDA_ EDITORS! ENTERTAIN. upon to respond to the city's welcomeand ALBERT B. WREN KILLED AT do that in 1904 and where did we American Wire Fencing, .

4's, ED. although he did not know he TAMPA land? We nominated Judge Parker so SashDoors and Blinds ,
conservative that 'he was afraid to
's was to speak until his name was called .
..- 'The.: Jacksonville Board of Trade he acquitted himself in such a Assistant Express Agent Stabbed by have a single ism of 189G or 1900 Paints. Oils and, Varnishes,

; 'Gives Bfg'! Banquet and Royal manner that the Florida press were United States Mail SubContractor mentioned and put him on a platform -

Good Time to the Editors. proud of him. About Position of Wagons that would'mean the same thing Mill and Mining. Supplies, V -

Mr, C. L. Bittinger, editor of the Well Known Here. when read backwards or forwardsand

f| ,On' Wednesday, November 8, from Ocala Star, made the response to Mr. we lost New York by a vote approaching Turpentine Snpplies,

\ twelve. to half past two o'clock the Carter's speech of welcome and his Tampa, Nov.. 9.-Albert B. Wrenn two hundred thousand and '. ; :

Jacksonville. board of trade tendered address was very eloquent and he assistant agent of the Southern Express while Hearst was sacrificed the balance Improved Farming Took} .

.. a'-, reception" and banquet to theedi- received very vigorous applause.. company here, and brother of. of the ticket was elected. That,

-; tors":: 'and their families: and it was one The last speaker was Mr Columbus B. W. Wrenn" ,' formerly traffic man! it seems to us, was not so bad. Andit GET OUR PRICES
Y :"of 'the most elaborate and ager of the .Plant System; was stab was not the conservative democratswho _
delightful B. Smith the bright young editorof
events that have transpired in' that'cify'ln bed to death at the Atlantic Coast knifed Hearst but such men as
tliO. Madison Enterprise. His
Line passenger station here tonightat Croker and Pat McCarren who have
: : many months. speech was bright and pleasing to Marion Hardware
C:55 o'clock by H. W. Day, the made their living trading in politics. Company
"', The reception was herd In the hand. all. He congratulated Jacksonville on
United States mail route subcontractor Hearst measured up to big propor-
!" sots board of trade auditorium and her enterprise and said that speaking
who handles mails betweenthe tions and came out of the conflict,
fww. largely attended: The; reception for the entire press of Florida, ,he
trains and the postoffice in the like Broward, all the biger and bet
; committee. consisted of the following knew that not a single editor regretted
/ ter for having made the fight It is
gentlemen and ladies: Messrs W. K. that he had. in a measure helped city.A
dispute arose yesterday between better always to lose a battle along
|L .H tie. James A. Abrams, A. S. Basry along this enterprise in every way
Wrenn and Day regarding Day's plac- right lines than win one along wrong
"'. F C. Boylston, J. D. Burbridge, possible.A .
; ing his mail wagon at the depot so lines.
,.: :. Carter, Frank E. Chase Chas. splendid banquet was then served as to interfere with the express com-

"/Clark' J. A. Craig W P. Dorough, by one of Jacksonville's popular panis's business. Day has since this Miss Georgia Borger Gives Charming S

:A. M, Endel, John F. Franz H. E.Herklshelmer caterers, and during the reception the dispute made repeated threats Party. ;4\

,. :' Thos. Hlldltch, F..Pierce Italian Military band,' which Is engag against Wrenn, and tonight when Friday evening, Miss Georgia Bor .4

.Hoover, J< D. Horn, F. M. Iron- ed for the carnival week rendered I Wrenn expostulated with him about ger, one of the clever teachers in the s-

:. rioonger, Alejc. .Jacobs, E. O. Locke. a very fine musical program and so I the position of the wagon, Day drewa I Ocala public school, entertained! a
T.- J. Mott, Jr.. Gustave Muller H. N.'O'Neal. ended one of the pleasantest affairs
long knife'and stabbed Wrenn,three few of her friends in a very charming r
: G. H. Richards, Harwood that has ever been given the Florida times, once t"4.*... "' pj rt Wrenn manner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. eFd
; Rosser ,R. W Simms, W, S.. Till, F. editors. .
: : died almost Instanlty. George W. Martin, where she resides. V y9

'. It Tun>ln. Mrs. Gea W. Wilson, At half -,past two o'clock special Day was locked. up at the police Her guests were Misses Nellie I :

!hors i W.-R. Carter Mrs R. Brown Daniel trolly cars were boarded in front of station A great crowd collected L. at Stevens, Margaret Taylor. Miriam ,--

Mrs. J. A.. Holloman, Mrs. it. ClCooiey : the board of trade building! and the the scene* and talk of violence to Pasteur, May Turnley, Susie Fort, c'

.\ Miss Sara Freeland and Miss editors and their friends were taken Day was heard. Wrenn was 57 years Ella Mendenhall, Margaret Peace and
'v Ruble Moore. to the carnival grounds for the bal- old .and formerly prominent in railroad Mrs. Martin.

; The wmmlttee did their duties". in ance of the afternoon as the guestsof circles\ at Atlanta and Jackson. In the afternoon the ladies spenta
i 'a;.very graceful manner and left un4ooe the carnival association. They vis- ville. Day came: here eighteen months very' cosy and social hour darningand a

-nothing that added to the pleas- ited all the shows and not a word but ago from South Carolina and has frequently sewing. ,At six o'clock a lovely

: we of their guests. In, fact the board that 'of commendation was heard froma I given the .police trouble. Day dinner was served, the table being

ot: trade rooms and the keys" ot the single member of the party: I. claims' that- Wrenn was hitting him in beautifullyy .decorated for this event
city were turned over to the editors The carnival: this year is'a very the face when he did the stabbingand and altogether the evening was a ( 1

:' .who greatly appreciate the 'many magnlficant success. There is no that it was; done in self-defense. most enjoyable one.' <

;$aMitMM and attentions' shown "fake" about it and everybody gets ',"I1'1't' .! e

} then It will beat: day that will long their money's worth and no com- The Tallest Building in the World. Major Abrams probably forgot to

':be t&membered.by the editorial fraternity plaints 'are being made. When In New York we were very much say that draining the Everglades into FOURSAILINGS EACH WEEK -

of Florida and It Is only re- On Wednesday evening it 'is estimated interested in a building that is being the Atlantic ocean would* cause that: BETWEEN ti

:.t fretted that every editor"' in Florida' that there were twenty-1ive constructed .at the head of' Liberty body of water to overflow and inundate -

.t:, ll could not have ,been present. thousand people on the grounds. The street 'on Broadway by" Bishop! Potter, the entire coast. Now that election -
Jacksonville and New
Ocala< was represented at the banquet avenues of the "Wonderway"' were ,the leading factor in the Singer Sewing is over we don't mind giving York. "

by Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Blttlnger.'Mr packed and the hippodrome was Machine company. This buildingis you this valuable tip, major.-Zolfo

: : Thomas H. Harris and' Miss .Sara thronged with a surging mass of hu- to be forty-one stories high. It is Advertiser. Calling at Charlestoi, 8. 0., both way

:;. ):., Huris. Nearly every pardon' of manltyl-: 'to be braced by heavy anchors Imbedded TSZ nmr: ,sTmsEK nr rn ccisimsi EESTICE. .

I"; .the state was represented at this fun The hippodrome Is an Immense :I. ,in solid concrete foundations. There is a big demand for prop- .. "

,Uon; several newspaper men from three ring circus and every attraction which go down into the earth for a erty in Quincy and Gadsden county at THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND) AND SOUTHERN NINES -

; :Georgia also being present is' first class and the best that depth of fifty feet and will extend the present time. If anyone wants to 1

Good cheer fellowship and frater- could be secured, In this or any other below the' curb level eighty-five 'feetA sell out, don't hold your prices too FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEEN .'

:. tlty reigned for several hours and be- country. The. attractions, 'Included. system of steel rods will lead from high but make it reasonable In order Jacksonville and all, loston Eastern and Points.Providence =

.:fore any of the speeches were made Prof ''vicella's world renowned troup the anchors and will be attached to to encourage these new comers to

1 ;iMr..:C. E. Garner president of the of trained stallions. Besides the or. the, building throughout somethinglike come in.-Gadsden County Canine H Cbarleatoa Both Way*.

board trade.iead.a telegram. from dlnary tricks that other horses have, ,the steel 'cables of the great .-. Times.'V SEX WEEKLY SAILINGS.Siataiiaa .

(Mt. 'T. J. Appleyard secretary of the been seen to have performed, 'he Brooklyn bridge. 'V !...........-.........." .........................""............. ftca tem tyrf{ !ttto
Association who'great.- Architects who have given to this'buUclng Will ,
':a"! orida Press. has trained two. of these magnificent It
lly:,regretted. his. inability to be pres- animals to-give an exhibition of box- very serious attention are tJortaitnai ..........-......".....................Fran fort of Catherine: Street, dar soasulo' :'

*:J e"1t.'" ""' Ing. Gloves are fastened to their fore. firmly of the opinion that these anchors .

; A telegram was also'-; '. struts from feet 'and standing; upon their hind will protect it from ,heavy Pay You !, !I" Clyde, St Johns River Line.
:fin 'William Randolph .H who legs the pugilistic horses strike out gales and it :will be as safe as any Between'.Jacksonville

'?.congratulated Jacksonville Qn her exactly as a.human prize fighter.. The building In the great city and Sanford. ,.. .

";enterprise 'and thanked the board'of animals enter into the spirit of the When completed It will.be: 625 feet Stepping at Iilitii, Ast::,. Beresfori' ( SeLaai) aai lateraeilaUlAallag '

-trade for their invitation to him and contest and, they try their,. level best high, immensely taller than any other You have any Real. Estate ca St. low Star. V V \ -

r' that Ms' advice to the Florida editors to land upon each other. building In the. world.It IF to sell, Steamer City of Jacksonville .
of .
"was to "stick to their own line Then' there are the Rathburns who will be worth.while to visit the y'
OR are ol aWl to Sail as fellows: LuTe Jacksonville daily; except Stiorda,a. ina pit
marvellous the metropolis to see this wonderful -
'')uslnesa.N do on trapeze; Renrulae.leaTeSaoford.4aiTezceotSandaysata:3aa.BU r ;
-or the .
Mrs' Gamer then on gel Prot.. Lovell ,and his troupe of trained piece of architecture. You're thinking of coming

t V bOard of trade warmly comed"th canine wonders; a troup of Russian I IF to Florida for a home Red.p u SCHEDULE. V Nortt.Rea4..B ,
toll .
"';.edifors to Jacksonville was_ pincers; splendid horseback Love-Cloud.

'*, weci .by Mr. W. R. Carter editor.' riders; Zoar, the princess of the silver Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Cloud have OR teaTe... 330 p. III- __. lackaoarlHe .. .,.,i..,....:,.r?.._ Ani.e 100" rn
who extended wetAo Valleclta and her 8 IS P. m. ........ ....,...,. __ PaJatb __ Leave, a 00 a
Senorita p.
',of the ,Metropolis wire; issued_ cards announcing the marriage You desire to infest in 3'O a.. m. ..--- Astor "!___.._. ...__VV 'J 31>> Po. I
behalf of the carnival assoowing of trained leopards; the Bore' of their IF any _" ....... _st.Franci.s- ___ r .too p.ta.
;, :come on troupe daughter, Lomie to I kind of Florida property, Arrive 8 30 .. 111. -,.., ,---,..:....-. Sanford ".....,'..__ 9 JOa.11 V a
;. slnls family on revolving globes; Mr; Franklin Archibald Love on the .. 10 oa a.'m.\_....._:...,._Enterprift.... ,.,. ... __ loco a. is
to the severe Illness of May Speedy the high diver and a splendid eighth of. November at Jacksonville. .
'' of welcome on TO.SEE General Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay St, Jacksonville.F. .
I :'I Nolan the' address- display of fireworks.pn Miss Cloud lived in Ocala for some .
alf of the ,city was made by ,Mr. the "Wonderway" are to be months several years ago and is a OR WRITE -
: M..!RO 'YONGE Ass't Genl! .
Metropolis, Ja. >.M Agent,itl Wait Bay JcksoarineFl FIle
lea E. Jones of"the found all the shows that usually ac very charming and attractive young vi.G. COOLER.Jt. Freight !.* I1t..i V C P.WTBtL SapetiBteadent. .

o 'most elquently represented Mr.the company a carnival-some-. of greaterand i lady. Mr. Love Is a native of'QuIncy J. H.lIYIHGn N & S SONS H HICAL" AC. HAGBRTY.Gen'i Footot East'O HOPI Pan.Street Ajt.,,Jacksonville New York. Fla.CLYDE 'MU.KE Gal Frt.A.jt K. T. .

ltsolaa' in greeting and welcoming. ; come of lesser. merits. Confetti: I but is now living In Jacksonville, THEO Q. EGER, 'Vice President ,and General Manager.

!fIitors. of battles are fought vigorouSly the where he is prominently connected FLORIDA. "eraIOfficM Pier 36, North River. Branch 290 Broadway; New York. -
'. Mi: George W. Il has editor 'Wonderway" both In the afternoon with the Drysdale Lumber company, .

the TUBfltrlWoB. who now en- and night and.the:tremendous crowdsall He Is a nephew of Mrs". H, W. Long -- '
tir'ely. regained hiS'.h. 1th..made', a have a royal good time. of MarteL and Is a very estimable Jerry Burnett -
d I talk- and'cordWlY :welcome The Jacksonville carnival of 1906 young man. ,

..edltorli- on' behalf. V of the' local, will be remembered. as the most SOUtH FLORID LOkN and TRUST CO.

.c. editor of magnlfilcent and most successful In A steamer'' has arrived at Charles Merchant.

*.' John.Mi.. Caldwell, thereVna'ID.e .the. history. of the. enterprising' city ton... S. (X,'-with 420 immigrants from .
e 'Jasper" 'News, than whom of Jacksonville, the metropolis of OF ARCADIA, FLA. _
: '" fitter -editor elgium, .Germany. Switzerland. .and TiIoiingoOcaU'Florida.
nor \t-p" '
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Florida;; 'responded', to;Mr.,,Garner's: Florida ,. Austria.. ; bound to various .points 'tn CAPITAL STOCK, $1, ooO )'o. ANDJVIQST f
.. reiPOnse'.was: to have South Carolina.; In spite' of, the ,;WITH DIRECTORS: OF :THE STR ONGJST'ASLEST CON

-came.TbI--. Mrrpley'but'beiiyotd&bly -, Toe, whole state :can. now pay. for defeat ofr the drainage 'amendmentFlorida'hasa SERVATIVE FINANCIERS/ SOUTH .FLORIDA.

d ;1iY :ai ,the.Iasiat (1sinlnLa lot of> land belonging to a- 'few acres left Rich Finest Imported and';; Offers' to Home Builders long time Payments' and; to Investors of both

i' :d few, 'corporations.: Look pleasant we :would. like to see.,settled_ np' by Domestic. Cloths., '.... v. large and small means,"&an;tmequ Jed opportunity for a safe, sound and '

: editorioi pleases! ,.When,the.tax,collectorcomes some ;of that, class of. people,-Dunn'elkmAdvocatei Cutting Specialty i iprofitable''inTestment..thaWt. t .yield an' unusual' rate, of Interest
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You have cut and used turpentine :: :'. ).' .)'.
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John Marshall. stead land and I have positive proof :::.. :::.: ::.: ....
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John Marshall the great chief justice that you cut and used .the timber. :.:..: .::.: :.:. ;.:=:
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was born in Germantown. Va., "Now, you know the, penalty if it :::: :::: I :::= )j

in the year'1755. Is rep rted. Now I could use at least :.k:':,: -.=.4I ...... I N. h .::y.:': -':::

As a very, young man he was a sur- $200, and say no more, if you think :::: :::: ::( =:
veyor, and before he had reached his best If-not, it must take its :::: :::: :;;. :$

majority he was a lieutenant in the course.fpr you. :.:.;.:. :..;.:.: 1 ., ..;.! ........ I' :"::; ;;::.,:
Continental where he did val- .:::. :.:: ., \:'... ; :::: :
ient service army in behalf of the libertiesof "Yours for better or worse. :.;..:.: :.:.:..: ..J, .:'i; .':J.. p'.. .! .. :. t: ::.:: :.::
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the colonies.In ..:..... .:.... : GENTS FURNISll1NS .' ;'. .'..I...'. . ;.>...;0.. :...:.
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The above was the text of a letter .... ..... ': _, L, .. .'
1870 he was licensed to practice .'. .. .i"" : 'j' t.' 1' ..'.' '.:..
the. close of the devoted addressed to L. L. Meggs, of this :.:..::. .::..:.: : .0,, '..' '.. .'. ..' L". p i.. :.:- .:..:...
law, and at war ...... ...... .i .., ..1,,' [ r. ,I. ...0.:. ......
to his chosen city which has resulted In the arrestof ..I .. 'J '. ., ."! I :.:.. ).
himself exclusively :..:.. :...:. ... c: .. .. .. .';
: profession. Within a very short J. M. Hillman, of Anthony, ,Fla., :: .'J"' .' ..J.. i .. '. .."' .. '. t. :..:.::. .$..;,.
time after he had hung out his shingle r N I A a, ':. :; .'i: .' f i" ::.:.: :: aYes =
and the holding of Mr, Hillman for rjc i ; .J i. 1'. .... ..'{
he found himself with a large prac- : :. ,., .': .'. .'. r: ...: ..."
at the term of the United '
tice. With characteristic modesty he that'sthekr9 N fl U b ; :: r: r
States court, which meets in this cityon
_ _p attributed his unusual success to the the first Monday in December.The :.:..:.: .:.;.:.: II stands for 'cl D :4. ...'I.: ..'i, .:.,. .. ., ..; ,l:. ..t.1'; r.....<. .;>
extensive he made dur .. ... Highest (j-.I&I-I "I' i
acquaintance :: : ; i r '; r. :: ::
'ing the war, when in fact, it was ow- charge against the defendantis :::: :;:: "" est Workmanship. :.J.J.! '.' .. r. : : .:,:

__ conscientious ing to his transcendent devotion to ability his clients.and 5480 for, of an the alleged revised violation statutes of section of the :U:::: ::: Land Correct Moderate. _. ...Style"."..Price._. ,Q'- .. '. _. We "have decided to discontinue handlingGent's :;.i.'J.i ::::5 :i ;;: .r'I.r: :: :'t: :' :; :

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Tall, gaunt, awkward and ill dressed United States., This statute is in relation 1 Furnishings and will give our cus- .:) :: :.:j j'l: :l: :: :: :. f:. ;
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he was the laughing stock of the to using the malls for fraudulent :: :: : I. i : :'
dudes of his day; but when he strode .purposes or conspiracy to defraud 1 1 mers some Great Bargains in these lines :! ": ;.r.t.:. .. ':. < >x xNi

'into court he astonished judge, jury or blackmail etc., It is the, << <<

and spectator by the ferverency of same* statute under which Mrs. Hel-: ........................... ..+ .i1NN..........6 ........9..N. .......................... i .'.
his, eloquence and the depth of his ,:::: :::: :' :
en Wilmans Post was convicted of I

knowledge.Virginia In 1782 legislature he was ,a and member in 1788 of was the using an alleged the conspiracy mails In furtherance to .defraud and of II 8i FROM TODAY ON WE WILL SELL (IS LONG AS THEY LOST: II

elected a member of the Virginia convention such'conSpiracy.. It is a statute thatis ; ::;: + ::::

for the ratification of the exceedingly broad in its scope and MEN'S HATS. MEN'S RAIN COATS. SHIRTS. :

federal constitution.In the officials of the United Staes .:..:. :...: All $5 grades . . ..$3.50 Tailor:Made Rain Proof Coats $12 I :Men's fine shirt, all $1.50 grades .$1.00 :: ::

1795 Washington, who highly esteemed ., court hold that it fully covers the ::.:.: :.:?:.: All $3 grades . .. .. 2.50 Values To Go At $8.50; $3.50 Val- All $1.o."5 grades . . . 75 ill
him, offered him the office of charge made against Air. Hillmaan.The :::: :;:: All $2 grades t. .. .. . 1.50 ues Must Go At 250. :;
:.attorney General of the United States affidavit upon which a warrantwas ;; ;; All $1.50 grades .. .. . 1.00 + r s sMEN'S
and in
1796 he was asked to accept
Issued for the arrest of Mr. Hillman UNDERWEAR. :::: ::
:::; :::: OVERALLS.
the place of minister to France, both AND BOY'S CAPS .
was made by Mr. Meggs, and
of which were refused.In yesterday the defendant was ar- .j. .. A new and up to date line just re New South Union Overalls None i Men's underwear, all $1 grades $ 75 sis.. ....

1797 President Adams prevailed :..:.:.: .::.:.:. ceived. I/ Better. All M.. cent grades t . 35 .'.:.'. tie
upon him to go as envoy extraordinary rainged before Unites Staes Com- :..:;.:. .:.::.:. All 50 cent grades .4 . . .35c. All. 75 cent grades . .... . 50c. All 35 cent grades' . 15MEN'S SSIFurniture 4
to France to settle our disputes missioner,* W. H. Archibald. He ad- :::; :::: All 25 cent grades j . . 20c. All $1 grades i. .." . 75c. :
with that country. While in Paris mitted writing the letter and virtually ;:::i :::: f Heavy Working Shirts in Same Goods ::.=: ry.

Marshall was pitted against the as- pleaded guilty to the charge. :..:.::. :.::;.:: MEN'S TI' ES. i All 50 cent gra d.35c. :0-. s.::: xr
tute and whey Tallyrand, the prince Thereupon, the commissioner held : : i :::: SCRIVENS.. ::: ::
:;::. :::: A swell line of Men's Ties; 50 cent s; ::::

of European diplomats, and at every him for the action of the federal 1:...: : 1:...: values must go at ., ," . 35c. S HOSE. Scriven's Underwear, None Better. .{.'. .y..
failed balked .
point Tallyrand by court grand jury, and in default of ::.::. ::.:.: :Men's.Hose, all 50 cent grades 35c. All $1.25 Quality . . . 9n. :.: <.::
_ the incorruptible, integrity: and great bail in the sum of $1,000 he was com :::: :::: MEN'S AND BOYS? COLLARS. t All 25 cent grades . . 20c. All $1 quality . . . 80c. ::'t; :::::' k
; good sense of the Virginian! All 75 . . k'
cent 60c.v
When, Marshall got back to New mitted to the county jail. He expects ; 400 dozen Collars; I5c. values .. 11c. Y We Also Have a Nice Lot of Ladies' quality i :

York he was given one of the grand to be able to give bond in a .:.: .:'. ... i : I I-

est, receptions ever known up to that day or two and secure his release. j ;:; UMBRELLAS. and Children's Hose. '
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time, and then was heard, for the firts The letter quoted above bears the :::: :: A nice line of Umbrellas to go in All 50 cent grades . . .35c. i. ); r

time, and then was heard for the."fIrstfor date of Anthony, Fla., August 18, .:;..::. i .::::. thi sale at prices that will interest All 25 cent grades ? .. .. '20c. + Will Give You Some Extremely Low :.. IE
defense, but not a cent for tribute 1906. It was received at the officeof ::::. ::;.: you. All 15 cent grades .. ? . 1Oc.. Prices I J in These Lines .$ ..o:
!" Mr. Meggs In due course of time .::;.: ;.:.:: I i 'I;
In 1799 at the special request of but did not come into his personal :::::::: :::::':: NOi1444 + + PAi iihl0' ... ................ .........................t '. r.;

Washington, Marshall ran for ,con.
possession until 'recently as he was
-gress and was elected and in 1S02le from the AS WE HAVE TO MOVE JANUARY FIRST
away city at the time. '.
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was apopinted to the high office of :-: .
I chief Justice of the United States by When he did finally receive it he We have decided reduce stock of shoes In order do this
Mr, Adams. laid the matter before Assistant Uni- hI to our to we expect I r

for This thirty-five exalted years.place As Marshall* chief justice filled ted Marks States.* who advised Attorney him Richard how to proceed P. : to make prices the drawing card. No shelf-worn goods to offer you but the best I c

lie may be said to have created the in the matter. Below mention few have the knife i ; .,
spirit of nationally. He firmly believed From statements made yesterdayIn Uf that factories produce. we,. a specials we put h'

t in the nation, and in the constitution connection with the it This includes Men Ladies and '
as Us 'fundamental law." that Mr. Meggs,. pretending, case appears to- iil into deep and strong. Boys', Children's, Isl <,

Between. Marshall .and his illus- with the both in and low I
comply request of the man :i high cuts l

trans fellow' Virginian, Jefferson, writing the letter, forwarded to hima ... .. 1 i '
there was a constant clash. Marshall draft-in.favor of J. M. Hillmaan for t i ............+.............. .......+ ................. +..*......... .....+...... ... ..+.+..Hi4+* fk
inclining ,to centralism while Jefferson
son was the uncompromising champion $50.In :::: :: LADIES' SHOES. MEN'S SHOES. I U

< of State Rights.". a very short time a letter was ::: ::: On this table you will find some rec These are trade winners g I
.. But whatever his theories' *of the received from Hillman in which he ;:;: :::; ord-breakers in low prices. High and arranged'' slow
constitution- may have been, John returned the draft and wrote as. fol :;: :: cuts in Vici Kid, Patent Kid and so you can see just what : t'';
getting. Price cards above :
Marshall was, in the "truest sense of lows': "I have said what ,I have to :::: :::: Patent Colt, in prices $3 and $3.50. f you are of
the word ;a democrat .It was said In this letter :=:: :: All go at this sale at .. .. .$2.23 each: table A good lot of high and :
say. Hillman is'said '
low shoes at $3.50 and $4.00, to closeout : 1t'
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of him that "the chief justice of the to have, made an appointment to ::::. ::.::. at .. ", . .. .$2.98 < tb
United States never ceased to be. .. .... 6.t s
meet; Mr. Meggs yesterday in Spring. ::: :: o .
_ plain John Marshall." r::: 0 Just behind this table you will see

In his dress, in his manners. in field.At the time :: ::1 rr:: >: p i> another lot just as good in values In r !
specified, Mr. Meggs,
the frame and temper of his mind, :
=1; p : this lot you will find $2.50-'and $3.00 sa .
Marshall was thoroughly fcf and with accompanied by Deputy United Staes ::; :::::: f values to go at 99 .. ,. .$1.98 U '
the people. :Marshal Cater, appeared on the scene .<..<. .<..<. .. ,." t
Judge Story says of the mode of Mr. Hillman was there and at once :::: :::: .. iLast but not least by any means I r.

life of the judges' :' "We take no part began discussing -the return of the .:.::.:. .::.:..: a nice, snappy line of $1:75 and 2.00 .; $;

'In Washington society. We dine oncea draft. He Is said to have remarked :.:.:.:. :.:.:..: ": ; values to go at .$1.48 << ,.,.
with the and' that \ 0 nm
year president is ;;
alL In other dine that Mr. Meggs'should' have known : ........................ ........................ .
days we together .. .. \
that he did not want any drafts or N .... l <:.

L and that discuss are argued together before the us.questions We are- checks. He said he wanted the cash. 1 U Here's your chance to shoe the Little Ones. 1 1j

great ascetics and even deny ourselves He continued to discuss the matter Bring them and see what we have to offer. !
_ wine, except; in. wet weather and even',accompanied. Mr. Meggs and .
What I say about wine gives you our the deputy marshal to the office of TERMS SPOT CASH.Here .

I rule but it sometimes happens. that Assistant United States Attorney .. .... '
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the chief justice will say tome, when Marks, where he taalked. of the mat- 1 :; comes a lot that has no equal Save' your change for this table. J

.the cloth is removed: ''Brother Story, ter. While in Mr. Marks' office he :::; s::: $1.75, $2.00 and $2.25 values to -go at ," . .. .. .$1A9 r.: 't4t
step to the window and see if it does stated that while he only wanfpri :;:: :;:; :: f
not look like ralan;' And if I tell,.him $200 from Mr.
Meggs' he would ask
that the sun is shining brightly, ;
some others, who had been doing the
Judge Marshall will sometimes reply same as Mr. Meggs for $100. Ii C' CHAMBERS CO il

: ,is-'All over the so better large, for a territory our jurisdiction that Held for Grand Jury.The' 1

certain the v doctrine that it 'must of chances be raining makes'some it he was warrant taken before was then Commissioner served and ...:...................:.................................,.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................'.........................................................................................................................................................'.'..:..:..:..;..;..:..:..:.:...................................................................:..:..:..:..:..:.:......:..............'....N...................................................................:,.:..;..;.:..:..:...y.OO"........y.....;..:..:..:..:..;.<.:..;..:.-:.:.. X i ill

3 where.1"Marshall's- judiical dudes called him, Much Archibald: to the for surprise a preliminary of the "court hearing.of- & ......?!.'.:..................................................................................................................................................................,.................................................................................................................................................................................,.......:..............:..........:..:..:..........; '.:..:..:..;.;.. ;......:..:...:...........:....................:..:..: ..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....................................................................J. .'....'..'...'...'...;......;..:..;t...:..:.....;...:..:...:..:...:..:.....;.......;!.:.:!.;..:...;!.:.;!.;.:!.;..!.;,.;....,e

annually to Raleigh, N. (V and on ; ficials he admitted writing the letter'I i

such occasions he would always stop and he was at. once ordered held for .
with a certain landlord whose houseS '
the action of the grand jury.
\ was noted for its want of comfort. J
The ;
defendant did not appear to .
On one of his visits the chief
think that.he'Was: doing New Furniture
anything Just r
gathering was seen very up an, earlyvin armful: the of.morning wood wrong in asking to be paid for not \ \\ In

reporting what he claimed
at the woodpile, which he carried into was. a violation
of the United States laws. He
I the house. When asked later on <

In the day what he had been about held that the party to whom the letter !

in the morning, he replied: "1 suppose was addressed had 'cut timber and It's a little .early, but our,fall stock is arriving: daily and
it was not convenient for :Mr.
made turpentine from trees on
government all we ask Is a chance save All ask is
r > Cook to keep a" servant, so I make up land. you msney. we a
few minutes of valuable time to show Weare nowpreparedto
my own fires. The case is such an unusual on" your you throughour make MOSS MATTRESSESthe
No man. ever questioned Marshall's stock. .
that its outcome will be watched kind
integrity. His unsophisticated goodness with Interest Times-Union. ; > that will last, also to clean and renovato _"
awed all f
men. .
is well Marshall / old enes. We buy and s'ell '
As known presided Mr. C. G. Cantrell Dead. A Few Leaders : ::
at the Aaron Burr trial; In which The report has been current in ; ; i ', ..sf._ s*. -L
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demonstration *- : -
ire have .a striking off j
Ocala :. 5 >, ;
the absolute integrity and. justice of .for.lIeve 1 days- that Mr. C. / Second-Hand Furniture {

,Marshall's character. He was intimately G. Cantrell .Is dead We have beenunable RON. BEDS ROM S2-50 UP SIDEBOARDS $11.50, UP (f r.: ; -
'acquainted with. and dearly! to learn any of the particulars 1

; ..loved Alexander" Hamilton, :and yet of his "death or where"it occurred. CHINA CLOSETS $15.00. AND UP' and can save'you money on this class of A
lie charged the.jury in favor of Aaron Mr. Cantrell taught in the high : gocds. r

Bari-because fromJ'the ,evidence in school department of the Ocala 'pub great.deal of,stock the :case hEY saw, that Burr :was not as. good as new;:j:
lic school >year :before last- and was ocm Mitt mmi- ..".: ,',: ,i
and the ; :;;"
snilty.The:young men. of today cannot afford an unusually clever and brilliant -- ., _prices. .are so low. that. it well nfp else' you"fc| i; .
o. to forget John Marshall His patriotism Ocala young man.will He made many friends in E. C,. SMI"1- C. \Vr.OT3.. .. ..yearn, > th in. Five' I1S a calL < r"..':,'!j"; .. ...,;" :c-

his. integrity and love,ot prin- who regret exceedingly to : : \ >
dple,- and, last,5 butnotleast: ,' ''his hear'of the :rumor' of,'hts death and "; .. ;;.
hope that:'the 'is not true.' Mr L T. Hlckson,. of Mcln- Mr .: -.' >,;' :"
,. .,.'Wut1tulllmpUcltr. make him a mod- .. report one. Frank Mathews,. after an. ab. -'
E;j".r.:';' =. .... .I1 that the young people. today can t < ___ tosh's most., : successful ypung _men, senctof, some months,-1s In" Ocala on : <. ...
/ : "; :f ... .. / tenafford: reverently and JovinglyIfftfc. Miss .Sue Barco spent, Saturday in was among the -T1slto rs to,the Brick a visit to his .parents, Jit, .and,} rL. I '< : P'tt & -C1% il1'
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k ....:'\.: the .1 In.the Land cl f I The Work,of Draining the, EvefflladesWill yassed and the official! returns are. t. '

t.= z f Grapefruit: ,and Pine root be 'Stopped. printed in the Tampa Tribune of '

O&k1&n.1I" ,4 .- Tuesday. The vote on the constitutional Thos. 'H.

X : growers"are.busy setting Tallahassee,. Fla.i' Nov. 9,. 1906., amendment for reclaiming and Keating
thetr '
: ;Jettuce.n. Special f to the Ocala Banner: draining the Everglades, which was :

,=: r; $ 9- Books, of, Clermont, is ship. As 'governor pf the state of, 'FlorIda the most important measure voted :

.,. ? pug' ome 'fine x eggplant I desire to thank yor for .the upon and which was actively canvass.ed ;

: orange: crop will, be,. less, than ohethird the campaign Just closed, in behalfof does seem that such an important ompan'Y' h R .
x ; tha.t.of last the ; I
: year.. proposed amendment to the measure would have called out 'a' big

: ,. T. a, McKey;" of Orlando, has. ant constitution, creating drainage' commissioners ger vote. Presuming that on account

;orange orchard of forty. acres, theclop authorizing them to lay of' the Importance of the measure a :SUCCESSORS TO'STRAUSS & CO. "

* of which he is selling on the out a drainage district and levy an full vote was polled, and averaging ,

trees.' acreage tax therein, upon all of the; five inhabitants for, every voter, the -

}, .Tomatoes around Chokoloskee look taxable, alluvial, swamp and overflowed i entire population of Hillsborough Including WHOLESALE DEALERS

t; ;.as though they would be near a, failure lands.It the city of Tampa and adjacent LIQUOR

.r : this year, as they are shedding is true that we have been defeated additions, such as Ybor City. .' ,

r. their bloom. In the first sgirmish but 'asa is only 7130. Either something, was -

,''i'. ;Both packing houses. at Oaklanad soon as the voters have had time to the matter with the voter, or the population Ocala Florida. : ; .

> '.are running at full preSsure 'sending think and reason, they will with, prac- is much smaller than outsiders ... \ +
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;\.. 'loft the. early oranges known as Par ticable unanimity thank you for the have been led to believe. :< i- '. < .' 1 :.

son Brown. patriotic service that you have endeavored .iYE. WHISKEY. .

to render them and the Many good and intelligent Special 4.Quart CASE WHISKEY \
-f }Oranges are ripening finely at people Per Gallon.

.;' r Bowling Green now and state of Florida. No unprejudiced I believed that the building of a r lal.I Star Rye. .. .. . '.. .. ,.$1.50 Per \Qt. Bottle.
are going I Red Rock '- Offers Belle Isle .. .. .. .. ..| 75 .
!off at a lively three voter, or voters who had not .some road the mainland of Floridato Rye ," i.. .. .. 1.75
rate four
or ulterior motive, would vote to make Key West was the wildest sort of Keystone. .. .. .. .'. ... 2.00 King of Kentucky Of Of .. .. .. 75
:\ ;paging houses running himself a dream yet the forces of Belle Isle . .. Of .."'-." .. 2.50 Uncle Joe .. .. .. .. ,. 1.00 5

,'|. '.John.Wey, of Arcadia, has Just and his neighbors payout nature are Log Cabin . .. . .. 3.00.FOB $2.90 Strauss Royal Reserve ,. .. ... 1.00

"'"-. 'finished picking .his oranges on ,his of the proceeds of the sale portions being overcome and the building of. Keating's Pride:.Of. .. ., .. .. .. ,i.., 3.00 We will send expressprepaid Old Maryland Rye .. .. .. ? 1.00

,_ Mrytle'i... l.creek grove at Cleveland. He' of their less than three million acres this road which was. 'thought to have Monogram : . o. . -. .3.50 4 full quarts Old Harvest Corn .. 0 .. 1.00Pilgrimage

got 2,500 0 boxes of fruit of land, for the drainage of pot only been an impossible proposition is Uncle Joe *.., .. ,,. .. ? 3JO of .. .. .. ? .. ? 125Cascade

,. 'W, & Allen of (McIntosh, is, cutting it, but the four and one-half million soon to be an accomplished fact. Soa Pilgrimage ., .. ..-.. .". .. 4.00 STRAUSS'IXL . .. ;., ", .r 1.25

:; car loads ,of oranges this week acres. of land in the same: district great many good and Intelligent pea Fern Hill .r . ."". '. 5.00 White Oak t' 00 .0 .. ... .. 1.25

The through that section is wellcolored owned by nine land syndicates. When ple cry out in the same way that the Strauss 76 ,Of ," .; Of .- 5.00 FOR $3.50 Fern Hill ., .. '.. ? ; r. .. 1.50 .
crop of Strauss 76 . .. '.. .. 1.50 :
the voters find out that we, as trustees draining thar everglades is an impossible CORN WHISKEY Y.

: and mostly' fancy fruit. i ; must continue to dig with the proposition but the' work on Tennessee Corn '. .. ... .. .' ?$1.50 We.wlllsend' express. Olr Oscar Pepper ibot. In bond) 1.50s.s ,
J/ / Capt G. R. Langford Is picking hisoranges Planters . .. .- .. 1.50
two dredges built from the money derived the' drainage proposition is going on North Carolina Corn .. 'Of Of '.. 1.75 prepaid full quarts of Of 00 ,
at home .and shipping, them Black and White Scotch .. .. '.. 2.00 ,
Statesville! Corn . . 2.00 ,
and despite the defeat of
c"'himself from Bowling Green. from the sale of their swamp the amend Mountain Corn . . 2.50 STRAUSS, Mt 'Vernon.. .. ...< ..' ? '. 1.75 '
Of Of
and overflowed lands thereby reclaiming =: ment the great project will have been
..ECoL, themillion' acres of land consummated ,in a few years. GIN.
,has 'purchased another fine bearing GIN. .
for 'it already given, to the corporations, Swan Gin ,. .$1.50 RESERVE. Per Qt. Bottle. K "
_ f grapefruit grove, paying $7,000 ." "
'. .'He Ii now one of the largest growers they will see, that they were misledin That steamship from Germany with Tom Gin .. .,. T.7.; ;?;. f": : 1.75 London .Dock Gin"Oft",1.,. ."$ .75 ;

voting against the amendment the.Immigrants have landed and marksa Holland Gin .. .- .v ..a2.00: FOR. .$3.50 Tom Gin Of ,, t. ,. rl .. .. .. LOG _
in;th&t'vicinity.. new ere for 'the south. What A Holland Gin' .; . .. .. 1.00
is an imposition upon the people .to we Crown Gin .; .. .. ; .-. ,:. 2.50 We wfflsend 4 full to <
Mr. Sample, of Bartow, 'is building need in the Phosphate Gin ., . .. .. .. 1.50
fe compel the trustees: to sell lands at south is more people and Perfection Gin .. .. . ;. -. .3.00quarts ofOLD I
J; a fine; packing house at Haines City. industrious! people.. Besides RUM. Booth Tom Gin .' ; ? i. 1,50.
50 cents an acre, with which to drain '
*, It foil' ,be 50xCO. feet and when finishes -. not onlly. their lands, but the railroad south a rich and prosperous country New England Rum- i. ., ... .2.50 HARVEST MALT WHISKEY.. s .

.',: eC will possess every convenience lands where if .the amendment had with all the. ,advantages that a .Jamaica Rum' ; . :. ', 3.00( ,
for orange packing. been adopted and the corporations dense population ,gives it will largely Brandy. Duffy's ,Pure Malt\ .. .. v$1.00Bowman's
. .. .. 1:0': The best be ti
A few' and grapefruit are Blackberry Brandy $1,
; oranges therebby compelled to pay what they help to solve' the race question.We had for the money. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ".. 1.00 s .
being shipped from Alva. but only. Apple Brandy .. .. .. 3.00
_ ,thOse that are well colored, and ma already'owe, we would not have been sincerely' hope that .the New Peach Brandy .'. -. . .3.00. SWEET GOODS. fi,

l compelled to. sell ,any ,more of, our California Cognac ; .. .. 3.00 FOR '
'.. tured. The main crop will not be York World, and New York Times ,;> ,.? ,.. $6.00 Per Cat
land, until the first main drainage "
forwarded for 'some time. and Brooklyn Eagle will go over to WINE. Peach and Honey "a" grade .$1.50 m
at 'Kissim- canal was cut ,and the land had Catawaba.Wine .. .. ... .. .. .$1.50 We '!il\ send express Peach and ,..
the Honey
I The big packing houses "plcnderbund" body and breechesand prepaid.4 fall aa t grade :.00
Increased in :value from 50 cents an Port Wine' .. . .. ., 1.50 quarts of Rock and Rye "a" grade. ,. .. 1. 0 --
i mee are being put in order theseason's \ ,will never again attempt to crawl $ -
t acre to $5.00! to $100.00( an acre, but Blackberry Wine .. .. .; .. .. 1.50 STRAUSS Rock and Rye "aa grade .. .00
crop of fruit and vegetables, back into the ranks of the democratic .
we, must hope.. that the court will decide Sherry Wine . ; u' Of Of' i.50 Orange Brandy ., .. 3.00
I orange is not. large as <
'The crop as party. Rather fight a dozen enemiesin FAMOUS
Imported Port Wine .. ..- 4.00
the act constitutional, of which Banana Brandy .. .;' .. .. ..' 3.00
.f last year by 15,000 boxes. act the amendment was a copy. the open and than one in theranks Imported Sherry Wine/:: .t .. 4.00. "76" RYE Apricot Brandy' .3.00 'i'

; During the, past week 9,777 boxes Let 'em go and joy go with
Again thanking you, I beg to remain
.-:_f ;orange and grepefruit were ship- them., They are. a good riddance. 1

; pets ,from Fort Myers, making, the, to: '

.t& '. so far 58,343. 17,400 ahead of the Yours' very truly John Temple Graves the brilliant :
; .
N. B,.; BROW ARD, Thos. H. Go
same time a year ago. Governor. editor of the Georgian, pays a magnificent Ieatingl i

received' a wire for ten 'cars of of his paper; We copy extracts 4a-
} from it, and ,direct" attention of 'thoseto OCALA FLORIDA.
oriageeyfor immediate. shipment.. Fun for the Million. "
it who are afflicted with the
of the l.'' *- "t''CO'1e ori 4I
TbJ !
s one" e T iat., time! .honored ,ryet magical. that Mr.-Hearst-Is a'political and .' :..
received one -
i dew ever" by firm fn phrose "are ypu going to the show tat moral degenerate. Mr. Graves says .. -

Tampa.' w. .,! is the. ,query; most ''frequently heard his1"home ll.fe'ls idealistic and that he --;-- < ... : '. : "." ., ".... -, -- u -II< 0;. '..;.' --, .,. .,. -a

fc E? C, Huckeby; sobd"one. t.hls, or.. these. ,days, upon. vevery'. band' both, in has .entered political"strife, only NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. SPECIAL. MASTER'S .SAtE. GUARDIAN'S j OTICE-OF 3ETTL&- ....,

age groves to W. V. Williams, of I Ocala and .for. many miles out, .into, to be of service to _his felolwmen.; Under and by virtue of a final de- MENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE,

_ta Gorda. Mr. Williams will .have I the"surrounding .couritryv. :The. world Notice is hereby given that under decree entered' on the 31st day of October Notice is ''hereby given that''

hte a lot of grapefruit trees plant, famed Cole Bros., United Shows are Southern ,newspapers as a rule are and by virtue of a certain final decreeIn ''A. D., 1906 by the Hon. W,, S. i 27th day of December,>A. D. on 1906.the
Hon. W.
owned chancery entered by Bullock Judge .of circuit of
,M this winter. This was a veryftM responsible for, the expression, ar by the' ,people who write:; for S. Buuock, judge of the: circuit 'courtof the fifth Judicial the'circuit of court Florida, I i at the'court house.in' Marion county,

small grove of large old bearing rangements have been completed? for them. As & rule northern' newspapers the fifth Judicial circuit of Floridaof in and for Marion county in chancery for Florida the., 'minors the under Katie signed as guardiaa
UML' them to exhibit afternoon and even are not owned by the men who the state of Florida, in a certain sitting, in the suit ef L. L. Hopkins and Hellen McIntyre, win McIntyre,

<; Dade county has 'proved to be< theadopted ing" in Ocala November il. The write for them, and the writers are cause lately pending in the circuit complainant, vs., S. A. Nichols and i accounts and vouchers, to present the HOB my

home of the avocado, and' small boy and girl are correspondingly almost afraid vto say' their souls. are court ,of Manon county, Florida, Isaac :'N. Nichols defendants therein i Joseph Bell, county Judge in and for
of Ocala was complainant
wherein the City the
: lately pending, undersigned fct>.
that fault flourishes, there as 'in no I happy and it goes without saying their own. Hearst's newspapers areas and Chas. W. T rrey' and special master therein appointed to'I Marion settlement county and, and make my final

other' section. Its health-giving' 'qualHta that their elders hay!"the day markedon 'exception to the rule. The northern others were defendants, 'on October execute said decree, will on I as guardian apply of for the final said lair discharge :

are being found out abroad., and the calander, too. Fresh, from newspaper as. a rule, does not 11, 1906, 1 will, on the 'first Mondayin Monday, the third day of December, nors from the said court.

the demand for fruit is coming from their triumphs abroad, the Cole voice. a free .expression of opinion. December, to-wit: 1906 1906, Dated June 19th, 1906.A. .
December 3, A. D.,, ,
in front of the court house door in
1 All ,sections. Bros., have augmented their'shows in between the legal hours of 'sale, offer Florida offer for sale McINTTRE, '
friends ills Ocala, and will As guardian of Katie Mat and Helen
\ The farmers of Hastings are, busy every department.This season their The many 0. W, for sale, and sell to the highest sell, during the legal hours of sale, McIntyre, Minors. 6m .

>ietting<'their fields In readiness foran spread of canvas covers an erea of Connor proprietor of the famous Ocklawaha and best bidder for 'cash, before the for cash to the highest bidder the

Increased acreage of Irish potato of about nine acres.of land and. when Nurseries will be very much court house door in described Marion county lands,, mortgaged premises: and property NOTICE. I

'. *!, this season: Many of the ,grown -. erected the big tent alone affords gratified to learn that he. has recov lying Florida, being the following and situate In the city therein two and mentioned three, of block to-wit one tots hundredand one 1.1906 taxes are now due.
due and
--* will take in additional fields and comfortable accommodations for 12,. ered'from his recent illness and' is of Ocala county, of Marion,. state of six, in the town of Belleview, as the first I are payable on-

*number of new comers will embarkin COO persons. Overcapping the three' once more able to look after his extensive Florida to-wit: per recorded and plat of same in the year Monday November. each

the profitable enterprise. It is estimated big rings three elevated stages and business 'at Tangerine.or.ange South South half Seventh of block(7th bounded) street south and clerk's office of- Marion county, FlorIda 2. Personal and poll taxes must be
by with all the tenements and
that upward of 3.000 acres vast hippodrome track is a veritable County: Reporter-Stan east by Lime street Seminary lots, thereunto belonging appurtenances paid at the same time .that real estateis
or so
.trill be planted in Irish, potatoes {his maze of trapez riggings bars, rings, Ocala, Marion county, Florida., much thereof as nay be necessary the paid on if the assessments are to -

'Aster--h'ew York Produce News. ropes and apapratus upon which Claude L'Engle the brilliant editor or so much thereof as may be sufficient satisfy said decree and costs.: 3.same If party.
possible come In' to
of the to realize' the- taxes, assessments person
Tallahassee Sun is .
happy: T. E BIGGS,
and of the
dauntless kings
queens and pay your taxes. Paying by mail or
!John A. Graham the penalty, costs _of court 11-2 Special Master in Chancery.
gentleman he
God Speed, Say We. ; through other
air twice- daily defy death in entertaining solicitor's fee provided. for in said parties, frequently
:has been pilioring for some time has
The Ocala Banner very property unsatisfactory.
the of
thousands patrons. final decree. MASTER'S SALE.
I commend* H. Dove Allison, of Mf Over 800 men. women and childrenand gone down In defeat. It fs certainly H. M.( HAMPTON, Under and by virtue of a ,final decree 4. When you come to pay youftaxea
a big victory for the Tallahassee editor bring a description from deed
your _
,_ni, saying that he "is spending his educated animals are employedin 11-2 Special Master in Chancery. rendered Oct. 11, 1906, in the
or tax of
'. and shows the power of the ''circuit' receipt what you wish
court Marion county, Florida,
industriously usinghfs
money and the presentation of the astound- when In the to' pay on.
press hands
of a vigilant NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. |:in a cause wherein Thos M. WilsonIs
dents in effort to effect some re- 5. Don't wait till last few days of
an ing program. From the first to the and fearless man. complainant and ,Annie .Lee Wallace '
time to pay, then expect the best
ffcnnt. In our insane asylum. That last" number, act. following act in rapid Notice is hereby given, that under Wadlaw and her husband are Lice either by mail or in The serf

Nt did exist in the,, asylum was succession and with such preci- The people of California are having and by virtue of a certain final decreein \W. I defendants, the undersigned special rush is then on and delays person.are una

fenced, by disclosures made by sion and skill as can only be found trouble :by refusing to permit the chancery entered ,by the circuit Hoc court master, will on voidable. You must take your turn
of the
legislative committee. How far in Cole Bros., United Shows. Japanese children attending the pub- S. Bullock judge .circuIt of Floridaof Monday, the. 3rd day of ,Dec. 1906, as it comes.
lie schools. The of the fifth judicial within the legal hours of sale, in I You must have your
thq have been rectified the Tribune Throughout the performance as president has dispatched the state of Florida, in a certain property properly -
informed Mr. Allison Victor H. "Jletcalf, ,secretary in the circuit front of the court house door in the assessed, if you wish to avoid
not ,
: been many as fifteen separate features are cause lately pending of sell to the bidder :
of the department of commerce and Marion county, Florida, city Ocala highest ['trouble In payment of taxes. The col
Contends'that court of
we- understand 'the simultaneously presented on the for' casii,.the following, describ- lector cannot alter the ,valuation
labor to the 'scene of the'uble to of Ocala was com- j or
wherein the city
'jetaedT of the evil has been only par. ground or in the air and one is kept make a thorough investigation.No and Acme Brewing Co., ed lands, to-wit: An undivided one 'description of assessments! found on
plainant half interest In the north half of-the tax books. ,
_I and that more reforms are 1906
many busy in watching the myriad of won. were defendants on October 11, ,
Decsia- southeast quarter northeast quarterof J I E. L. CARNEY
in ,
did oysters grown jn the south I will on the first southwest quarter, and south i 11-9-tf Tax Collector.

I If There !Is any place on earth: any ders.An important department free to compare with, the Apalachicola! variV! ffcer,. 1906, to-wit mber :.3. A. D.,, 1906', west quarter of southwest quarter of I II I ._... _: J ..' .- V JSf-t Mnarfl -

> it tk.n of state tand city, where all who attend the big show is the ty and where these shell fish have between Dec the legal hours of sale offer section 17, township 15 south, range I NOTICE.

.. tenders' mercy and greatest care triple menagerie, which ,is unquestionably been Introduced, none can* supercede for sale,, and sell to the highest costs.18 ea&t To satisfy said. decree and Notice is hereby given that the

4 tip it is in an asylum where the luargest and most com them with those who know. And St. and best bidder for cash before the W. W. GUI ATT' McGehee Lumber Co., a corporation

instates have been stricken with i Geprge Sound court: house door in Marion county, under the laws of Florida, Win apply -
plete traveling zoo known The mammoth contains millions of lands 11.2 Special Master. ::1 to
described the Hon.
Florida,.. the, following Napoleon B. Brow-
4hi* dread disease that robs them of ten In which this Is exhibitedis bushels which can be had for the lying, being-- and situate in the city \ NOTICE. ard, governor. of the state of Florida -

r reason and the power to pro-I filled with rare and costly specimens tonging.-Apalachlcola Times. of Ocala county of Marion state of In the Circuit Court of the Fifth on the 'S. 2

flee: themselves. They are really the'telp I of animal life' from all quartersof Florida,' towit: Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for 1Cth day of December, A. D., 19C6,

:> innocents" of the world and : the globe, captured and shipped directly Legal, Notices. All of lot three of S. J. Green's arioncounty' Ad.dition Marion County-la Chancery.A. for the following amendment 'for Article
bu unto the man whom God be- to these shows by Messrs. to the city bf Ocala. much Monroe.. Robert Monroe 8.1dK. VI of .tbe charter of said corporation
Florida, or so which .
his hand I Application is being made by McDonald and D. J. :McEachern. as amendment has been
lifting up tp injure Cole's own agents. A visit to the publication thereof as may be sufficient adopted by said
under his control, ,' for tax deed to issue 'on De- assessments copartners doing business under the : as required -
.:.Qeavwben, placed display will prove of far more interest to realize the taxes by law.Proposed .
cember 1, 1906, to lands in section costs of court aftd firm name of Munroe McDonald &
w' far that had he penalty amendment.
It better man ,
and educational. value than a 24, township 15, range 22; section solicitor's fee provided for in said. i Co., complainants, vs. M. A. Alexander ARTICLE VI.

born. May Mr; Anisons tour .of the best known zoological ,32: ,. township 15, range 23; section 15, final decree. I R. G. Alexander, defendantsorder The highest amount of Indebtedness

__ :J"nlt in much good, is the garden- this country or in :Euflpe -\township 15, range 23:. section 16, H. I" HAaIPTON, for Constructive Service. or liability to which the corporation
of all-Tampa Tri Master in Chancery.ADMINISTRATOR'S It is ordered that'the defendants can at .time
.. t, prayer |township 16, range .23; section 1, 11-2 Special any subject Itself shall
herein named, to-wit: M.. A, Alexan be' three hundred thousand
township dollars.
17. 23
range assessed in
; NOTICE OF der and R. G. Alexander be and they McGEHEB
the names of T. W. CO.
A .deal involving Moore Henning FINAL, SETTLEMENT AND DIS- are hereby required to appear to the By C. J. McGehee
Arrival of Famous Singers. nearly) a million Land and Improvement Co, A. E. CHARGE. bill of complaint in this cause on' or ll-94t ,

Mew. York. NOT, 11-Miss Geral- dollars has recently been made at lAckermah, CL J. Hecksina, C. C. Ogden -- before PresIdEnt.,

'mr arrived here today' fromfler Memphis. The Shoebar ranch, conr J. H. Fox. and Parties Unknown i Notice is hereby given that on the .Mondaythe.17th day of Dec. 1906.It NOTICE. '

making a fareawell ap- taming about 135OCO( acres of fine i 8th day of 'May,' A. D, ,1907, is further ordered that 8.. copy of In' the Circuit Court in and For Mar

__ before the Crown Prince I land and controlled heretofore the undersigned will present his this 'order be published once a week ion County. Florida
; by ,J. In Re
Estate of
T final accounts and vouchers, to;/Joseph for fonr consecutive weeks In the A. C. Johnson.
.bees at Potsdam, in the 'opera K, Zimmerman, has ,been sold to W. Judge. Marion county. Ocala Weekly Banner 'a newspaper Notice is hereby given that x>n the
Education _Hail Bell county 5th 'day of
: The Princess presented H.. Craven representing the Swifts. by Florida at his office .at Ocala, and published, in said county and state.. the undersigned December. D. 1S05

Farrar. with signed, portraits of |of Chicago.. The price paid was $4 BJ kvrt&g hcme remoiattosetmed make Mal settlementand 'apply for "UJs'second day of November, 1906.. estate of A, C. Johnson administrator, deceased of win the .
and added The cattle ariar'ui2.cld7 aretlmeetad7rsboma final discharge as administrator of (seal) S. T. SI TRUNK/ present my'final return '
Prince accounts
u4 the per acre horses. etc. al -bepID& .A.rU hmjUi, XfeebO, g3""MJtfy and
Grammar_yh trri '
umbrella ,with a Japis laz13Iuo'Caruso' so .go'" lu, the 'The. land will. be TkirMiktr: TMjt fcr JS0. Teach s tided November; 2, 1906 \ as. administrator. of gald estate;
has also cut up and sold .to.J' thousand :farm-;i to topuexamioatiaiia.l6m.of: talon .. 'T. SYlTH, Florida.By George Leitner. D.. c.:. P M. TOWNSEND. .'
ers.I tt.444ces1hl.wIMEsalstkaYL of the Estate of :J. Hocker and DuvaL Administrator of the Estate of A. C. :
As A'dministrator Joanaon "' ,
i deceased.
4< oW "
Deceased." 11-!-6ni Complainant's. Solicitors _. '11-9 6 i Cm
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Everything We Sell l 1!Pure {/ money back if notsatisfied:: .l All Shipments to. }

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F 'Ui'dOAU.egheny'- \I A. Word to Mail Order Buyers: TOLD .' .

., : THE BENEFIT of those who have to obtain their Supplies of Wines, JOE

Pure Rye \

: FOR Whiski.es, etc., by express, our, Mail Order Department will be found a great A Very Old Stock None

: Put up Four lull' Quarts inFancy ".' convenience. Our business IS conducted on a high plane, and you are assured' t. Better at the Price

. Cartonsdelivered' your <"> of getting just what you order. We take particular pains to please our customers, and Full Quorts, . . . .81.00

v Express Office for f Full Pints . .$11.00 Case
' $3.20 ship them goods that will prove so satisfactory that we are assured. of their regular : f'
Full Half Pints 1J.50 Case
. < !. Regular fJ.00 a quart $ per

Whiskey. patronage.
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: HOP ALE Budweiser, Original, per bbl. 112.50 -
, :' '. Anheuser, Original 12.00

- are agents for the best Hop We guarantee everything to be exactly) as represented, or your money i. Bass &.Co., Pale Ale per doz. 2.50 i.i.We

: Ale on the market and having just II Our Guarantee will be refunded without argument. All shipments are made in plain + Guinness & Co.. Stout per doz 2.50

: I received two 'car loads can supply cases, without marks to indicate contents. White Rock, pints per doz 2.00
the trade on short notice. t Red Raven Splits per doz 1.50

; p JO doz. (barrel) $9.50 t Ginger Ale, per doz. pints 1.00 :

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CASE GOODS. BRANDIES, RUM, ETC. Graham's Sloe Gin .. .. .. .. 1.50 IMPORTED WINES. WHISKIES. 7

Per Case i Per Gal.Cognac Phosphate Gin, qts. the only Port, per per gal .. .. .. ., .$4.00Sherry Jockey Club XXXX, per gaL ...$2.00
Per Bot i
.. ,.$ .75 6.50 .. .. .. un.. .. ..$3.00 genuine), .. 4. .. .. >.. .. 1.50 .. .. .. -.. .. .. .. .. .. 4.00 Jockey Club XX .. .. .. u u 1."5
Mongalia Rye full u,.. 1.00 10.50: California Cognac. .. .. .. u 6.0 Phosphate Gin. pints, the only Maderia .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4.00 Jockey Club Xu.. .. .. .. .. 1.50
Old Joe, quarts 11.00 Peach..Brandy North Carolina p 2.00 genuine .. .. .. .. .. .. .75 Per .Bot. Monglia .. 4. .. .. .. ,. .. 2.50 '"
f t. .. .. .. .50
__ Old Joe, full p Gin 1.2 pints, the Co.
old Phosphate ,
J Peach 2 Mary
Brandy, yrs. Nelson ..
White Seal .. ,1.00 3.00
:- Old Velvet full quarts .. 1.00 10.50 .. .. .. .-. .. .. .40 Champagne, qts. $ ? ? ? u ? u
Velvet full pint .50 11.00 land .. .. u .. u .. u .. 3.00 only genuine White Seal, Champagne, pts. .. 2.00 Old Velvet ? ? .. ? ? 3.50Mark
Old Vel alf, pint .. .25 11.50 r Peach Brandy, 4 yrs. old Georgia 4.00 Mobile Buck Gin, full quarts $1.00 G. H. Mumm, Champagne, qts. .. 4.00 Green Ribbon .. ?: .. .. .'. .. 3.50
-- Old. Velvet ., full gts.150 15.00 Peach Brandy.6 yrs. old, Georgia 5.00 Per Case. .. .. ll ., 10.50 G. H. Humm, Champagne, pts, 2.00Laubenheimer Diplomatic .. .. .. .. .. -. 4.00 '
Rogers, 16.00 Apple Brandy North Carolina .. 2.00 Mobile Buck Gin full pints ..11.00 Rhine Wine, pts..50 Four Aces .. ,. ? ? .. ? ", .. 5.00
'Pickwick Mark Rogers Club, .. quarts.. .. 1.25 u. 13.00 Apple Brandy, .2 yrs. old Mary Mobile Buck Gin, full 1-2 pints .11.50 Laubenheimer, Rhine Wine, qts 1.00 Pfckwick Club X .. .. t. ? ? 6.00

K- '_ ', Diplomatic ,. .. .. .. 1.00 10.00 land. .. u' .. .. .. .v .. 3.00 '...............++......... Nersteiner, Rhine Wine, qts .. 2.00 NX 111 Rye .. .. .. .. .. .. 6.00 '
.. .. 1.00 llflO: Apple Brandy, 4 yrs. old,Georgia, 4.00 Niersteiner, Rhine Wine. pts. .. 1:00
5 o1dGeorgia
1:50: 15:00: Apple Brandy yrs. Hochheimer Berg. Rhine Wine, qt 2.00
Four Aces, full quarts '. Peach and Honey .. .. ..3.00 CORN.
.75Mt 16.00 CHRISTMAS PACKACE Hoc hetmer Berg Rhine Wine, 1.00St
Four Aces full pts. .. u 3'00 Pt. Per Gal _
Rock and Rye .. h .. .. .. ..
Julian .. .. ..
Vernon, full quarts 1.75 16.00 .. .. .. Claret pints 75 Georgia Corn,.1 old.. .. ..
Jamaica Rum .. )T. $1,75
One Mark Rogers St. Julian .. .. . ..
.. 1.00 17.00 Quart quarts 1.50
t Mt Vernon_ full pints 2.00 Georgia Corn, 2 yrs. old .. .. ..*2.00
N. E. Rum .. .. .. .. .. ... ... i' '
Pontet Cane t Claret
7 .... Mt Vernon, full 1 2 pint .50 18.00 Apricot Brandy .. .. .. .. .. .. 3.50 One Quart XXXX Rye pints quarts North Carolina Corn, 1 yr. old .. 1.75
... Royal Arch full quarts 1.25 13.00 One Bottle Port Wine Pontet; Canet Claret .. .. 1.00 North Carolina Corn 2 old 2.00
\ .. .65 14.00 I Bergundy, quarts .. .. .. 1.50 yrs
Royal Arc full pints GIN One Bottle Sherry Wine ? North Carolina Corn, 4 yrs. old : : 2:50:
1.50 15.00 Per Gal. Bergundy, pints .75
Old Rookery, full quarts ; North Carolina
Corn 6
old .. 3.00
5:5: Old Rookery fuU pints. .75 16.00 Imperial Rose. .. .. .. .. ..$1.50 < :_ w5i Three Feathers 'i. .. .. 2.25 24.00 Imperial Dutch High Grade .. .. 2.00 Amontillado, Sherry ...' .. .. 1.50 yrs.
S S 4 Duffy's7 Pure Malt. ..,1.00 11.00 Scheidam u .. .. .: .. .. 4.00 Put up in neat package with no SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES.
."0. Premium Malt full qts 1.00 11.00: Holland .. ;:. .. ._. ...- .. .. .H.. 3.00 marks on wrapper. WINE John Ramsey Scotch bot ..$2.00
Per Bot HOW TO ORDER Write orders California Port, per Gal. .. .. .$2.00 Black and white Scotch .. .. .. ioo

i IMPORTED BRANDIES. Booth's & Co.'s Old Tom .. ..$1.50 plainly- Give both your postofflceamd California i Sherry ., .. ,? .. 2,00 King William, Scotch .. .. ? 2.50

_. Per Bot. Citron Tree. large size (Schel express office. Send money .by .California Catawba ...- .. ., 2.00 Jameson's' Irish ,. .. %.00'
7 ", > L. Favert & Co Three Star .. .(%.00 dam) .. .. .. .. ? .. .. .. .. 2.00 postofflce or express money order or California Scuppernong ? .. ? 2.00 Geo. Roe's Old Irih'; Whiskey ? 2.00

Jas.J. and Henessey F. Martell& Co., Three, Three Star Star.., 2.25 2.25 Gordon & Co. Dry Gin. .. .. .. ".,1.50' by registered mail. ; California Blackberry .. .. .. 1410 Crystalized Rock and Rye .. .. 1:00: .

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r S i- WILL IMPOSE FINES. shall be given: an. opportunity to pre- vided in the foregoing sections, 'as i I HOW TO AID THANKSGIVING.: AN APPEAL_ TO CITIZENS OF office of the society room 5, Aster:"

,_. sent Us defense. has not: been Applied .to, or become -- FLORIDA.At building Jacksonville,' Fla. '- ..-

Turpentine Men' Trying! to ControlUborFaetore Sec: 2. Any member found guiltyof liable -payment' of fines. Send a Thank: Offering at The Bap- MRS. C. Ifl| SEATON, :
% contained in this tist Orphanage at Arcadia. this Thanksgiving. Festival
Sax Nothing
Will Support a violation of ,any provision of State Snpt
} /Movem nt.. the constitution or bylaws or article' ball be binding upon any when families are expressing their

\t. any of Its rules and ,regulations shallbe. .member until as many as twothirdsof Arcadia Nov. 14.-Thursday,, November gratitude to God for the blessings of The Nippon, of Yokahoma Japaa. _
To 'further bind the members to the turpentine operators in Georgia 29, is national Thanksgiving \ is quite bitter in IU discussion of the
subject to a fine not _exceeding the year, for kind parents, loving
shall have become members of Day. It is to be a day of Thanksgiving exclusion of Japanese
the 'agreement. reached .in regard to $150ioO: to be imposed in the discre- children from! ,
said asociation. Naval Stores Re- and praise to our Father for the children, and. comfortable homes, is the white school in
California and
the scale. of wages .adopted on October tion of the committee, and in aggravated
I view. many blessings we have received, and it not a good time to show appreciation says: The procedure at San Fran '-
cases, or for a repeated offense,
4, the South Georgia rp ntlneOPerator's '
of for the continuation of His
cisco is
of all these many blessings in a dlsgracedful from the pointof
shall be subject to expulsion from the
y-u Association meeting at FEARFUL ACCIDENT NEAR HIGH mercies. On that day the people of i American manhood. It if an echo-
association.Sec. practical walt
Savannah last' Tuesday adopted a
l Springs Florida will meet in their churchesand of the cry of those unfit to be iuf-
: section which will become a part of 3 All- decisions of the committee .in their homes to worship and i i There are little chflclren". throughout fered to survive. Seeing themselves

_: _,. the bylaws requiring that each memo shall be subject to review by Little Girl Lost Her Life by Explosionof thank God for his many mercies bestowed I our state, who are parentless, threatened with submergence in
\. ber shall be* required to give a draft the committee on appeals at the request -
: j Railroad Torpedo on us through the year, and :homeless or worse than homeless. the struggles of life they fall back
k: ... ;_ -for $250 uponcall of the secretary. of any party dissatisfied. The
S to pray that He may move us by His I The Children's Home Society of on weapons universally condemnedby
: If violations of the agreement are committee on appeals shall have High Springs, Nov. 14.-A 'shockIng spirit to receive and to use these/ civilization.

found to exist the member is subject power to alter, modify or reverse the .fatal acident occurred a few blessings for his glory.As I Florida\ guarantees to find a place asa .

r. to, a fine of;not more than $250. fiuJipgs<< of the committee on com is custom i son or a daughter in a good family
our yearly we come The
miles fro mHigh Springs Friday._ The state fair was formally openedat
'wY: The meeting was attended by sev- plaints and its decisions shall In all to you again and ask that- the people home for every such child In our Tampa
morning. H
of Martin Smith
enty-five operators and there were cased be final. young daughter exploded in state. And for this work of transplanting _
the state whether
everywhere you was a big day and was most
representatives all the factorage a railroad torpedo the fragments children from distressful appJ't'opriately
Sec. 4. All fines imposed upon members meet at your homes or at church, or celebrated. Governor
: houses 'in ,Savannah. The factors and of which inflicted several conditions to that of purity, love and Brow-
5K' shall be collected as follows: wherever you may be, will send the ard was present and made a parHot-

operators 'are combined in the movement Each member shall, upon call of the wounds on the head and arms. and Florida Baptist Orphanage a thank- plenty, we appeal to the citizens of fc/,address. The show is going to be -
and maintain a uniform scale. Florida to co-operate with us, to help
1 secretary, give a draft on his factor offering. tta:bluest
one niece of the tin covering struck 1 ever seen of an agricultural
President W. G. Warnell was present lessen the of
in favor cf the secreary, for the sum. her neck with such force that the I It is the. laudable custom of many sufferings Innocent children line and the hippodrome is the ,
; ; and presided. Secretary R.. M. Hitch of $2:>0.(10. which draft shall be collEcted ;to send gifts to the that by providing for them real homes '
'f< juglar vein was partially severed. poor on day. same? bat was such a pronounced success
: x was also In his place. The meeting l>y the secretary and the proceeds causing her death from hemorrhage Please remember the orphans at Arcadia with loving foster parents. E Jacksonville.
d -, the first held since the organization j The ,
.. was thereof left on deposit with the before surgical aid could be obtained.; and send them an offering to Home Society of

: in October, factor paying the same and subjectto She was cracking hickory nuts for help on your great work at this place. Florida! has already rescued one hundred Messrs. William and Mason Tison -:

.. : TIw formal application for membership the order of the secretary. Whenever her little brother, when he broughther While you are considering this Important and five children within the bor- have completely renovated the store

_ was signed by all present. It any fne is imposed on a memo a small object which he had found matter, please' bear in mind ders of Florida. Many of these children formerly occupied by Mrs. Hicks and ':'_
: la addressed to the officers
i and
S memo ber, the secretary shall at once collect and which he did not understand and that we sorely need another building are now permanently located in more recently by Messrs. S. A. Rawls :.

_ ,_ bers of the* South Georgia Turpentine from that nember's: factor the wished to investigate. Not knowing the lower story for a school room and homes of happiness and plenty. Theysit & Co., for offices and are now opening '-f,

Operators Association, Savannah, amount of the same imposed and deposit its. explosive nature shep" roceeded to the upper story as a dormitory for at bountiful tables; they sleep in up a saloon in same They are put =.
and is follows "The
"' ,. as ; undersigned the samein the treasury of the open it, by laying it on a flat rock and the boys. This building will cost comfortable beds; they are respect- ting in good goods and will cater to '.

hereby applies for membership in association. Upon payment of the striking it a blow with the hammer. about 6000. By a liberal than -offering ably clothed; they live in good fam the best trade. Th* fixtures and furnishings ::c

N, c., '" 'cur association and hereby obligates fine imposed the member shall be This caused the explosion ,which resulted you can help us to do all we ilies,. and are regarded as members are Al.
; LlmrJf if elected a member, to be declared of the family; they are caressed and
to be in good standing in her death in a few 'hours. can for these children.

bound by all provisions of the consti- again Her mother and little brother were I Send .amounts to me as below. Sin loved; and after awhile, they will As a fireman on a Southern railway _; ""
tution and bylaws, rules and regulations become good engine, running .
near but untouched. was buried cerely B. Mv Bean superintendent, men women filling near Versailles, <
a' She
Upon second violation of
of said association._ My factor any pro- ,.
Ky -
onaturday at Tuscanooga church Arcadia Fla. vi places of usefulness in society. was about to throw In a shovel* :
'' ? Is hereby ,authorized to pay for 'me vision of the association the offending i Is not all this something to be ful of coal yesterday he discovered a :<

c my annual dues on call of the secrecy member shall be expelled from the cemetery. thankful for! Shall can of blasting
association and notice of the expul | The buttons one fingers each day not our praise and powder in the coat ;
I PICKErS IMMORTAL'CHARGE. in dressing and undressing are small thanksgiving be the highest on this The discovery was just made ift '
sion and the grounds thereof shall ,
-: Space is given for the applicant to time.
account delivering little
things in themselves but the total
designate the number of stills operated be promptly transmitted by the association Will be Told In Tampa by the Wid- number made in the United States from ,cheerless homes,' from want
with the capacity of each. The and of similar _associations ow's Hero. from evil surroundings! The amendment Issue in Marlon .

dcs are governed by the number of and to all factorage houses in Geor alone Aeording runs to into the United stupenduous States figures. If we kept these one hundred.-and county resulted in almost a dog fail, _-

: i barerls of spirits produced. The pro- gia. Florida and Alabama. Expul- Tampa Fla., Nov. 14, 1906. bureau there were manufactured census in five children together they would require so neither side has much to crow .,

ertor who produces not more than sion from this association shall oper- Special to the Ocala Banner.At i extensive buildings and over. The democratic Tote proper -:
this country last buttons to the many
500 barrels of spirits annually is es- ate as an expulsion from any sub-as- the recent _meeting of the Sons number of year caretakers. marchIng line they we think was cast In favor of it n. >,
rk sese $5; not: more than 1,000 barrels sociation to which' said member may Acording republicans +
of Camp'DickIson generally toted s
Confederate Veterans, would make big
a showing, and would
the of increase the last I
rate during
k $10; for upwards of 1,000 barrels $15. hate belonged. And no member of decided to It. _._
in this it
5 city, was decade the, number made this Impress people with the greatness of J _.'
:: S The tperators are hopeful that,they this association thall thereafter be- communicate with Mrs. George pi k- year .
our work. But the fact Is that
lave,''reached a solution of'the labor come a _member or partner or other will reach. 5,000,000,0. and about they Chairman Grigsa, of the lh'
_ ett wife of the lamented are not visible, in one place; they
'J S, ',' problem.,Their great trouble has been business associate of such expelled General Pickett who led the, memorable 6,000,000,000( next year. Every man are scattered over the state in committee, wants the democrat to -,
in the buttons private
and unbuttons
4 retaining member in the turpentine business country nominate John
In help. Being bound by charge 'at' Gettysburg, relativeto families, which mean that Sharpe Williams tot _
; on an average, thirty-five buttons on
the same scale of prices they. feel or become Interested'in any corpora- president He wouldn't
\ lecture to 'delivered In Tampa arm ':
a are doing the best thing for the
tion engaged in the turpentine busi- his .apparel. twice a day. To those enough enthusiasm
; fairly well assured that there will be on "The Battle of Gettysburg," I child. Home life Is the only source to create a _a
whoa revel in .
; ness in which he be interested figures a _pleasant task rah
no inducement for hands to leave may
time after 15. Mrs.
'o' some January_ | ot individuality and strong 'charac-
unless :and. he shall be instated :might be found In estimating! 'what
_, : one turpentine camp for another. r;. Pickett has a reputation as .a lecturer
.: The following agreement having as 'a member in good standingin the amount of labor thus expended ters.We For Sale*-Four blocks (o"n. ;1--
and should she be induced to would if concentrated therefore most earnestly ask each) in Martin. "
acomplish Flortda-btoekt.
this association. on
been'adopted- S speak here, would be greeted by'an the 19, 21 and 25. J
a given subject-the' Panama people of Florida to make a Will be gold bi'
sanal, at
Section X. All complaints 'shall be 'ec. E. Any member ceasing to be" Immense audience The'. sOns 'have price. Address J, H
thanksgiving offering to this Klltioger J
the AfCi
for ,
Instance, or the dra1n ge' of .
investigated: by the committee on turpentine ope-ato'r in the state of planned a number of entert Inments. which has for Us Lebanon county Penn ll-5-4t
L .. Everglades. '. object the finding
Ys \ complaints., The: person complained Georgia stall be entitled to have refunded \, :, ..:::'. :. -
a good family home for every homeless A "moral
Y,,:: .against: shalll(have reasonable_ notice :to :him f such portion of the in : '- T Tlctory ,*,ory often m
-> Sheriff. Gordon Is ann. to-, : The ossified man 'will be at. the [ and dependent child in the state. A physical -
ti ;; ;ct-the:;:tinidi:,and'-place of hearing:and proceeds 'of any: draft, given' as: pro- day.. Tampa 'F- ir.: ... ':' '" i:, Contributions may. .be cent to the B et-back. drubbing and a poll .?: :-

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y'.'.- i ."" '.. '"*. e e" ': 'i vn ea '. ( AS TO .DRAINAGE.It -' FRECKLES" AND PIMPLES .,
.' f'-f- '.. \- : .
.. *YAN,'ELATtB : .
": la admitted of that the REMOVED In Ten "
i OVER ELECTION RETURNS. course Days.Nadiftola ',
'. ? drainage amendment has been defeated
r ._ __ -. WEATHER
... Lol4 Neb..; Nor._ I-Com. but we bo not understand that the

+-.' ...u.c on the result of Tues- defeat of he''C drainage amendment The Complexion:

; S election, W. J. Bryan .. implies the defeat of the drainage Beautifier is ca- ..........................
x dorsd'Ly tMu mdaE
proposition altogether. = +
tit! he gets considerable satisfaction a'-

'.J la viewing the outcome If the proposition had been "'todrain" of fnttfal d Ulies,and Has arrived and its that it will .
guana tc to rcmo'Call our opinion
from a democratic standpoint. :or "not to drain, then of E facial discolor- .

,S. Ile regret! the of .. course the dispute would have been
tiou and restore tiIxauty
Hearst is New York, but can- settled and no one would have hada youtk.Tic stay. Now its up to you to try to save

no t see wherein President '. word more. to say on the subject. Wont aces in twenty diy. 50.:. aad $1.00

.' Roosevelt 'can find any. But the proposition was simplynot at all leading )out ttoru. or by mail money on all purchases of
I.: f''. comfort In the Tote of the Empire to drain under the manner and hgrd ty 'rwoH41.TOILE'J ,. :>' Tam your
'.... form prescribed by the I amendment. 4
The two great oceans are now'con.
L Mr. Bryan says the prestdent' Every speaker and writer, so far"as nected by railroad: less than two I
we can recall, said he was in favor of
personal attack on. hundred miles long. The starting FALL AND WINTER
Hearst In drainage but was opposed to doing so G\RMENTS '
wu very bad taste, point on the;Atlantic coast Is at the
under the provisions of the proposed
and Insist that
the attack did mouth of the Coatzacoolcos river and _
amendment... ,
cot favorably impress the pub- the terminus! on the Pacific Is at Sal-
One speaker said he was in favorof
: lie. drainage but he was opposed to ina Cruz. There are safe and com Its useless for us to try to write about our line of
"Particularly gratifying to modious harbors at both points. The
' the amendment because it put too
the democratic heart, Mr. Bryan actual distance between the two
says, "is the return of Missouri ,. much power in the hands of the drain oceans at the narrowest point In'l'ehuantepec1 '

... to the fold." age Another commissioners.said he in favor > is only 125 miles, bat ks'YOffiOflS'I \ IId Ckildrens'I u S

PACTS e e ABOUT e e e THE e e OCALA e e t BAN t eii doing of drainage.so speaker under but the he7 amendment was was opposedto be- places in order the to length reach of some the railway important has 0 n s a r e n :

been extended to a distance of 190
NER. cause it would build up a big political -
lilies. The. highest elevation along
-- machine in the state and would "
Some Reminiscences the entire route is only 760 feet above
: to Ponder OverA
the doors to all sorts of
open graft. f
j History to be.Proud of. Still another speaker said he was the sea level. For centuries there has ; Wearing Apparel L
r The Ocala Banner la .the oldest been talk of a ship canal across this
in favor of drainage but he was'not f <
landmark In Ocala. It has survived portions of Mexico and when the Hon.D. .
in favor of under the .
so "
every other business institution, proposed L. Yulee proposed his railway, As the,best writer could "
only give a faint idea about
There Is not a'merchantile establishment amendment because if it across Florida, some years before the very our values.. .
In Ocala today that was here fitted the whole state the tax oughtto I
civil war, it was to connect with the
when the Ocala Banner was first established be general and not special This OUR riOTTO IS
Tehmntepec canal and a canal across :
'mere Is not a lawyer at speaker himself was. patrotic and appealed 1 '
this of land would have !
: narrow strip .
the bar; a preacher in the pulpit or; to the patriotic class. More Goods for Same
been built had not the Panama Money
a man in business of any sort here No: speaker that we have any recollection ,
today who. was here then., Every scheme got in the hands of grafters Same Goods for Less
of had the boldness to Money' .
church edifice: every store building; ana P>'esldent Roosevelt had not been
come out and drainage in
r'' every hotel; the court house and such a "Smart Aleck." A railroad has And we have carried
; always out to letter.
toto. same a
f jail; the market house and city hall, been built across this narrow strip '
4 f and with one or two exceptions, ev. Yet with the arguments of the subtle and will ,in all probability divert muchof Our aim this heretofore
try private dwelling in the city have speakers fresh in our memories the' commerce which now reachesthe season as is to give our p trons.f
been built since the Ocala Banner some, of the newspapers 'in the state
Pacific over a railway haul of '
p. was established. It is warp and hare the temerity assert that the over 2,000 miles. the best for the
woof-part and parcel of the historyof people of the state voted down the money _

and Ocala. It was here when barges proposition .to drain Oregon, Minnesota and Rhode Island Pay us a visit and convinced that
;. not steamers plyed, the Ocklawa- We have faith that the Everglades get we can sell j you .
ba river; before even a hack line or now have democratic governors .
will be drained. We haTe faith that
any other public mode of travel was 'Citsinly the democratc made some the '
for less ;
our court will uphold the law same goods
established between Ocala and other gsins "across the line. When the money.
point antedates every other live as it is upon our statute books and country returns to its normal state

<: concern.destruction It of witnessed the orange the growth Industry'and on those with charged the great with.enterprise.the work will go and again becomes will assume"safe controL and sane"democracy It .......................... .......................... ................... F

and bat at the bier of means too much to be ruthlessly
wept It
is only because the has been SHOES MENS' AND BOYS'
dead rlvaU than it can now recount.It abandoned. It is one of the great enterprises "frenzied" that the government has : cLoTHING
r U to Ocala what the pyramids are of our times.
to Egypt. Like the obelisks along ben given over to the republicans.Whon Just a few. words about this line. We buy only good and wen nude
the .democrats shall again assume -
8 the ancient Nile it stands alone of
BUSINESS.It of the best
garments manufacturers.
all Ocala's ,early Institutions, but like control, "graft"-the cancer of \ We have made it a rule to sell only
I those famous monuments it stands recent years-will be operated on heroically Our prices as in all lines are the very...
is announced that the speech- < solid leather Shoes and we have stuck
:erect because It U firmly rooted In and eventually removed. ; ) lowest. Mens' all wool'pants iTXf
affections of the people and today invasion of the west by SecretaryRoot to it since our start in business only From

U a*' bright as the silver dollar has been extended to take In By ilie way, we do not rememberto twenty months ago. $1.98'to $3.78 ti
'<" whoM restoration to Ita rightful place St. Louis and Cincinnati. The sec have seen any cards of thanks Men's Worsted Pants S

.. Aide or cold It believes will retary is booked to address the trans from Governor-elect Hughes to those MENS' SHOES -
. '. ..... a revival to business indus- Mississippi commercial congress at, distinguished! .democrats and patriotsto From 98 cents to $3.23.

-t t,'tetd. prosperity of the nation! Kansas City,. November 19. It is ; ik-horn, he owes his election-to-wit: We have all kinds of Shoes for Men Boys Pants from 10 cents to 98 ceitoMen's

.'l. 'Hot only to the Banner the history now given out that he will speak before McTarrcn, McOellan and Croker. It in different lasts styles and prices.
" .I Ocala but It It a part of the history ; ; all Goods;
the St Louis commercial club of kinds of
' < of the county It U identified must be an oversight on the part of .. Price from'J.39; to $3.23 SBltits .
-. Ocala la every nerve and fiber November 21, and del1'er' addressesto the governor's secretary. No man from $4. $JI:48:.

wbacrtbkf ,for It you become the. Cincinnati commercial club : In politics ever owed more to his LADIES' SHOES Boys' Suits In assorted wemsland
i" ... Iftteawly an OcaUaa-we might two .days later. All his, addresses friends than doea Huehw to this
,.rw add, a more loyal FloridUa.Frtead will be baaed on his recent visit to: distinguished trio-TanSpa Times. We have Ladies Plow Shoe and ,qualities from 9! cents to $3:48:.$

*. Countrymen and Lovers! South America and the, rich trade I The Times might have alto added also Fine Dress Shoes at the very lowest Mtns-Overcoats and Rain Coats

pemit tu to say that the molt ptrfeUe with the South Americas republics Grver f le fJ1and" Alton Parker. Joe possible '
duty of every loyal and loving that up to the present time have been Bailey and Joan Sharpe Williams. ... prices. From ,$148 to 798.
teen of Ocala tad of Florida U to place neglected by American businessmen.I Price from 98 cents to $2.98.CHDLDRENS' *
:t Mi name on the matter roll of the Mr. Root's addresses are expected to It will be, a* glorious day for Ocala Boys =J

Ocala Banner.-Ocala Banner 1896. stimulate Interest la the greet national and the entire state of Florida when SHOES From 2.32tof298.

r]0Tlle Ocala Banner U even stronger movement that looks to the development Silver Springs and Blue Springs are The best
Shoes will be
sow lean It wa. when the above was very
of the rivers and harbors of connected by a system of canals and INDIES' JAC ETS
written. It has crown" since then ; ; found here as we know that if '\
to twelve and six- the country. All of his remarks. will boats can ply between the Atlantic .little
treat ,
eifht .
pace : and the Gulf via' the st Johns and t Strong} _shoesareneeceditstfpr the We have only few numbrrs
jeer 'pae and U tlll. laboring'In# be made;in'cities lying .on the 4ba4haof '; : a in this
a ft'trn and. out of season to* make navigable streams tfvat.should: become Ocklawaha rivers, Silver.Springs,;BlueSprings ones r 5 : line but they are Good Values

Marion county a greater county and great ,arteries of commerce in and the Withlacoochee Prices from,24 cents to $1.93. ; Prices from $1.98 to $9.98. '
f. Florida a greater state the trade of Latin-America. river. An enterprise of this sort is
f There 'Is another fact about the capturing Secretary Root made' a careful studyof not only among the possibilities of .......................... .............................................

'Ocala Banner while the paper has the conditions that have enabled the future but is among the almost

Q grown larger the price has grown Great Britain Germany France and certain probabilities.In ,

::f>aoaller. Austria to hold these southern mark- From Now Until Jany. 1st? 1907
Bead a dollar and get it. the excitement Incident upon the
est for their own for so many years
No family should afford to be with- fire ""aesday night two of the forms of
in the face of American competition.
out U. dropped to the _
the Daily were
t of He found that the chief reason lay. floor and pied but little mishaps like We will try to run out our entire fine of Tinware, Crockery and Glassware, there- .
Dr. Charles Porter Sylvester in the development of water transportation

Boston, passed throug Ocala.'Salurday :- in those nations. making, possible :I this paper"don't from prevent appealing Marion's on time."oldest It fore it will pay you to visit us, if only taput in a supply of these items. '
1 enroute to KIssimmee oIl a.hunt. the delivery of manufactured i
icuc expedition and while here,(was exitbltlng goods and products at the lowest pos- boasts of never having missed an is i Our aim is to discontinue these lines and only handle ,
&rlnvhkh sue.
a trackless trolly sible outlay for carriage and thus re- ,

he' 1s interested and thought ducing the cost of delivery. Germany's Tallahassee business men evidently

ta* tame would be exactly what the canals France's magnificently devel- believe In advertising. Editor I Dry Goods Clothing'and Shoes .

}; people of this community would want oped rivers and its canal system the John Collins has about, as liberal a ,

letweeo. Silver Springs and Lake canals ot Austria 'and the splendid patronage as any weekly paper in

Weir Dr. Sylvester says that these i harbors maintained by England give Florida and his publication ranks

.?etrs. will run as easy, as an automo-. those countries, situated :half way among the neatest typographically.St ..- I Ladies'g Goods. .
Nte over any ordinary good road around the world, transportation advantages Augustine Record. Gents'Furnishing
: tad can be used both for the carry- that enable them to scoff

irg of p&uengtn'and freight as there, at American .competition, even Rev. Minot J. Savage one of the _

," 'are no crossUes nor rails to be used though the market lies at this coun most eminent reform preachers of I; rj j In about ten days we will have our entire line of Holiday;;Goods opened
the cost of construction would be try's doors. Officials or the national this; country and until recently pas Z

.' try much reduced and he estimates rivers and harbors congress which tor of the Church of the Messiah. ;i; and ready for sale Our line consists of all kinds of Toys, Dolls and Xmas. ..
that'the coat would be at least three-. meets in Washington, December 6 New York is in a sanitarium In Cleveland -

:- faurtha less than the regular trolly i and 7, believe that Secretary Root's his health both mentally and r; ; Presents for [and Young.: It fill pay you to buy your presents from us. Ii

'< ,i.f item. lie showed plate. and pho-: speeches will mean a much larger physically having become shattered.It i

tographs of the car' and fixtures and delegation from the middle west.
[ Us operation to some of. The is endeavoring to con- Is announced that Andrew Carnegie.s Coijciusioi '
explained congress i In We Will \
win does not contain.a ; :
feur business men, who were very vince the federal government that an )
will! that the "heirs raise an equal ",
iswhlnterested In It and perhaps annual appropriation of 50000.000 is _

_- organize' a' company to operate be not, too much for development of. wa- amount" -
1 Silver Springs and Lake Weir; terways. That we know it will pay you to concentrate your dealings with us. v
i ; Some of the Florida papers are

: Dr. Sylvester says that perfest.the trackess sucess The Dublin Times calls attentionto still printing the election notice- We guarantee our prices the lowest. We have all the reason .for selling
trolly baa proven
of '
,wherever, In use It In has many been places: tried in and the it ease is. speling the fact for the that wether"the nu buro sistem is now of merely ,as a memory, course.SEEDS cheaper than competitors because we have only one price and sell for Cash only :

uzed" ;
ten state \ Paw Us Visit. t ;
Did you ever stop to reflect that it The Apalachicola' Times wisely remarks ,
thing to talk about people that. "money talks," and says _
was one
utd another thing to have people "when you come to Apalachicola

"*"about ,)"our If those of, us who bring, your money with you and let ThC Variety Store (
oaroagues' a little too .freely, it; do the talking. I:
and I**tarrlrU of tb Vft
at, our nelgabore would stop bare beeotaa ib,Jarp.-.1 bow the .
Mt about:'the matter and know .world beciuue out eta&N better thus .
ottar Do.TimwSij tontx?iterantUauillM .
heat evil that comes from too 11.)**,.mar liw tiaest "
..h fOirip: and tattling, we.-are. sure' Ubte J Ke r fianthe PfeJ JLuul tree>t-Fen'J to tUO. fiMarcus. ,Frank and Thos. H. Farris --=;

'we'W ouId'call. a halt and gossip .nono a tl'llcAn1t. ..... ..
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OIL Detroit, Midi >

L TT- .:'Time* wants to .SOKES.BURHS Ocala > '. Florida.

ttatew"; I JC tAe'attorney,I general, of""the ua ttl cwI I : ,

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Waterwhite Rosin /Reaches i V$&O-; i Fruit; -TV:Showing Coed..Qaufity and ''.-- t T J 1 .

'May: Go to;:: '$7.00-:.Turpentine. .:.. ,1'is in : Demand Crop Smaller Tampa, Fla. Nov 13, 1906. has .Ben Invented to Displace

-f Flukes, Has No Staying. .' Special to the ,Ocala; Banner: Them. I Yaluas

Stamina. > New York, ,Nov. 11. Florida1 oranges A most notable gathering of cigar- -. I Biggesi in Sftiils

# ____ are doing better than at' any manufacturers was recently held In 'New York Nov. 13.-Plans now un ss uI'

After selling for several days at time this season and the, trade is this city including some of ,the rich- der way will make it unnecessary for

_, ., $&.25 and not being quoted at that lea.rning'that the' quality Is such that est firms in the world. Among those business'men to depend upon private

figure on the:"ground' that there were it'cah 'take them safely. The'receiptsthis ;present were E. J. Stachelberg; A. R. stenographers or typewriters, Cen- "
not fifty barrels reported at, a time' ,, : is week showed good colored fruit Esberg of San, Francisco; Henry tral typewriting exchanges, to which NEW ARRIVALS I
although everything was, {bringing, very sweet and brought '.40@301- .? This&S' Esberg ,of New York Rand Manule letters can be dictated over the tele-

this and 'Jacksonville-- was- quoting for'both russets and brights. Lazo of Havana.
value phone circuit and returned for sig.

that as the price 1o1'the top grade There; Is; a feeling that the orange The gentlemen named, except the nature in a few minutes are to be established

right along, waterwhite was advanc- movement from 'Florida is not goingto last mentioned, constitute the powerful in large office buildings and I

ed::;to .$6.50 this week, the sales being be as heavy as has been, predicted concern of A. Santaelia & Co.. hotels. BROWN'S SHOESI I Js

_: considerably} short of .fifty barrels, by "the press generally.' One of and Esberg-Gunst company, the larg- Such a'Echeme has been made possible -
but with mole than fifty barerla of the heavy receivers said that when est manufactures of unusually fine ci by the means of the teiogra For the Feet. .

_windowglass;; repo'rfed, at {&2&: making the papers talked 'of 4,000,000 boxes gars in this country. This gather phone, which not only makes a per .

it obligatory to"-change that grade from 'Florida-.that the quantity' would ing was said to be for the purpose 6 f fect reproduction of the human voice, .

and thus forcing some action, on the be nearer 3,000,000.. IJp to the pres- the consummation of a deal for twelve but also records everything that, passes I

top grade. The next two days showed ent time there has been from threeto thousand bales of tobacco which had over the ordinary telephone. These WARM UNDERWEARy

everything-but very little there tour times as many oranges mark- been offered to the firms, which is one records are stored upon a thin

was offering-of. top grade sold at eted at the same..t1me last year. The of the largest single tobacco transac- st .el wire or disc, and, can be re- I For the Body. :

$6.50.This quotation established, a new both distribution growers has and'been shippers very have fine made and tions tobacco ever is said made to be in of this unusually city. The fine produced times or, an removed indefinite when there number is no or I) At Prices that will not Pinch the Pocket !

record for :waterwhite, as 6.25 es- excellent. money. The shipments are texture and was. offered in a lump] further use for them. G ..

'tablished: a? new, record, for window-- more satisfactory this season than to these great concerns .and the con- Each of the central exchanges will -

: glass.! Never before In the life of they have been for any season for summation of the deal means the ex- have a number of teleghaphones anda '

any memVfT-of the trade have these some time. The quality is all that change of a tremendous sum of ,
staff of typewriter .experts and I MN'S( PANTS AND nnyo1At !
two..". grodjEl&eea bringing the values could be expected, and from now un- money. i trained linguists. When the businessman SUITS
.they are'now' Last year their highest til after the ,holidays 'the trade' will The exact money value involved in I or guest in a large hotel wishesto .

points were 6.20 for waterwhiteand be good. Buyers in the south have the transaction is not known, but it dictate, he will pick up the receiver : Cut Prices. I)

6.10 for windowglass, N, whichIs realized, that they must pay $1 or is certainly considerable as tobaccois : of his telephone and ask to be connected = .

;;now .$5.75 is still 15 cents below I more for the fruit on the trees and : being held verywhere at. a high ,with a telegraphone in the .
While it may I this Is being done.. Florida 'aad For' of twelve
last season's top price. figure and the transfer
of small switch-
excange. By means a
I .
sound- incredible there. is at least a to Rico ought to dominate the market cusand bales would mean a ,verylarge board he will have complete control
possibility that waterwhite will, go until after the holidays; The sum of money. of the machine to which he is dictating I THE FAIR I
quality is such that they will both i
higher and yet reach $7.00. The supplies in the exchange. If it should

of pales are' very small,; there discount green' _oranges, which' are CITRUS FRUIT FROM CICILY. be'necessary to make any changes In ,

.are practically six months of coanumption usually shipped out of California earlyin the letter, a push button is pressed Sf

i before the new crop 'begins i the eeanson.Gfrapefruit Vice-Consul'Jacob Ritter furnishes which brings a pair of magnets 1 A. L. WEBB, Prop. .'
from Catania the returns of oranges .
.from Florida is in better -
to'appear in any quantity, consumersare stronger than those which made the ,
F condition, higher colored and and lemons going through the port 81'
not supposed to be overly sup- I of Sicily as\ follows: record in contact with, the wire and j.........#... .. .
j : pli It .of the: 'bulk of he 'stock' is The total number of boxes shippedfor
juncture. : is range
Tor advances at this. ; is immediately wiped'out as soon as
local :$23. There has been a tendencyon the year ending September 1, r .
rumored that there are some transcribed, so that the mahcine is -

short Interests on the top grades. If the, part of shippers of grapefruit was 2,886,269. against 2,697,784 always ready for use at any time. A Prominent English Diplomat Wedsan National Fox Hunt:

% ao:they are to be pitied. To get to.w' to hold back and some dealers think boxes the previous year. Lemons As soon as the dictation is finished American Girl. Bardstowa, Ky.. No,. 12.-FoX

gether any quantity of waterwhite orwindowglass this is a mistake. TheA. market is in. comprised one-third, of ,the fruit. To the typewriter operator places the Special to the Ocala Banner. hunters from many states .

now 'would be 'like looking such a 'condition that grapefruit If the Italian mainland last year the teleghophone sounders to his ears Washington, D. O, Nov. .-Miss in Nelson county today for a trial ,ifftheir. ";

_ for a needle In a hay stack. nice will sell readily, and it would bea citrus fruit shipments were 584,120' and transcribes the records which Kathleen Cloyton' was married to Mr. favorite sport The occasion IS' ,,
mistake to hold it any longer. The boxes; Austria-Hungary took' 1,346- I 1 "
Grant Duff in
been made returning the letters to the Belgian Legation the annual meeting of the National
a The low grads d not come out grapefruit product of Florida will be 130; France, 22,075; Germany, 327- here this forenoon. Seldom has .
which were Fox Hunters'
the office from they dic Association. The hills
'this week with the same flying colors one hundred percent larger than 745; Great Britlan 31.071; Norway,
Washington socety been Interested
more I
tated. The matter transcribed mightbe i of Nelson county are infested With-
that the tops did, but even they show last year. In keeping the records of 7,791; Sweden 2,575; Holland 2,371; in English, French German or in a function of this kind as foxes and the prospect is very promising 4

ed f a' staying power that Is -remarkable the shipments of citrus fruit out of Roumania, 50,053; Russia. 273,349; the romance of this beautiful society
any other language. It might be legal for fine sport The hunters
and rallied so quickly' after'some Florida last year, the oranges and New York, 17.187J Turkey. 171,561; girl and the Englishdiplomat
scientific technical, full 'of difficult young meet with no opposition in this ECO
declines of the, fore part of ,the week grepefruit were not separated. It is Switzerland; 31,307. Owing to special has not been without its thornin
words and phrases which would tax tion. The farmers are glad, In many
as'tojdemohstrate again the correctness understood that these are to be 'separated freight rates"on Italian railway
even the most 'highly educated and the path of roses. Miss Clayton'sengagement instances, to see the hunters and the
of 'the' advice given to, consumers this"year.. The total, of the lines the export of Sicily oranges
was annonced two
: expert stenographer to take down. years hounds because they it
s ; to et' in' mighty> quickly when two will probably exceed that of l stfeat 1 and lemons to, Italian and'continenta.l say'
; When the central typewriter exchanges ago in the, city of Mexico<< where she save their chicken roosts.
there declines If. advantage is tobett&ken but. there will be less t countries greatly increased last sea-
are I crop, I are established, telegra met Mr. Duff, son of the late Sir Though the National Fox Hunters'

_ of them. 'situation'con oranges and more grepefruit son.-Consular report phones will enable business men, to Montsteuart Grant Duff, a noted Association has existed more than $
All I In all 'the -
FLORIDA'S SPLENDID HEALTH ORANGES FROM PORTO RICO. dictate letters at a great speed Inany British scholar, and formerly under decade no annual meet has ever been
tlnuos of
to merit description
; ) secretary for India. The young man held
--:'- language and on any subject. outside of Kentucky The rea-
"everything that --could. be, desired, .New, York Nov.: /10.-A steamer was at that time the British charge son for this is that the Bjue Grass
( Dr, Porter Says Excellent Health
o\far: as"Values are 'concerned. Common
10 d'affairs in the city of Mexico and
week ,
from Porto Rico .this, brought state contains more foxes than
Condition All State. Divorce Congress In, Session. aay
rQSina/_ fact/:all: ;grad, jseem Over! / this Miss Clayton as the daugther' of
) boxes of is the other and
,J.OOO oranges state in no other section is
to -be in;Abnormal demand this year, ,;Tampa Nov. 13. 1906. Special' to the Ocala ;Banner:
largest General Powell'Clayton, of Arkansas;
with exception,
one the
shipment sport followed enthusiastically
which' accounts for the -continuance SpecIal: to"tbe Ocala Banner:. : Philadelphia Nov.: 1 -The divorce
steamer from Porto Rico American minister to Mexico, was the
of|value that surprise consumers Among:;the prominent Floridians in congress opened its proceedings here I
hasi There was a cargo much sought after, belle of the diplomatic New ork'i Chinese Physician, Dead.
yetbrought ,
when' they, compare them ,with those Tampa ofJ2,00il.boaestbutnot this set A 'few after the Special .to the :.
} ; early months Ocala: Banner:
F- officer was eri- Announced
paid inprevious years. who that he received com '
in the season:; The, quality: of the from engagement was announced It was :\New York, NOT. 12.-Dr. Lan Tin
_ 't. route to' his home at Key West.* haunlcationa i prominent men
: f that Porto Ricah'o'rangeV: :ls. better thai from'allover officially, broken off; nov reason being ton, a Chinese, physician, has, diedta I
'Medium grades'are being:Qrawn.On: ,Dr. Porter said the excellent ; the country, hoping that -
: 't has 'ever 1b'efore been: known., Amen? bill assigned by the beautiful' debutante. Belleview hospital, Mf .consumption.
of the highest health onU1tlons that prevailed the draft 'Of :the which would be
more tottakepttieplace
j -' cans and Italians, are now picking and ,Mr; Duff went big game huntingin' He' was seventy-two years old and
grades.' I, as shown closed at a throughout Florida during the sum submitted'to' the; meeting would -
months Is showing'an the; oranges in' Porto Rico, and they of' India Having. met, 'J again, the .had lived in Chinatown for the past
substantial advance after its losses, mer even im- be approved and adopted by congees' c
are coming in boxes, -l>barrels being '- dormant love came to the, 'surfacewith forty years.; While in the hospital he
alao provement, a fact which was. pleasIng -
K betterment of :
.a {its '
,6hwed. ; very, ..scarce. ',. .. the result that they were mar was; visited daily by his wife, Adele,
cents, and .f of 35 cents. to him. "The year 'has been '. 4T ** t Delegates' fo the number of 700 .. '' ,
: .f" \ i *. L Jl ried. :;; and; by a, priest of the arms i echurch
t ".'. ?$\- without doujt the -most. healthful ot J .j. '" from forty-one states in the Union
seem Florida's ChamplonMarksmen.in.: Contest.Spetlal Miss Clayton is the sister of the the doctor having .embraced
Spirits turpenttnedoe not to historyhe said, "and. all were in attendance in' the .Clover room
there to ;the .:OcaU.; Banner:' ,Baroness Moncheur, whose husbandis the Roman Catholic faiath. .. '
have any staying :'Stamina. It flukes indications, .are that will beconstant .Birmingham. Ala.- Nor 13A nurajer of the Staratford hotel.when: proceed '
the '
Belgain '
'j nisi at* the time 'wbfen factors 'arid improvements.- The cities "world's' b'est'' marksmen are ings commenced: T '* of. .Lefaction.. Gates to Build Theatre) In Putt'I |

producers are hoplig 'tor'better and. towns are constantly being' Improved competing here today for prizes presented -'. ,The principal speakers were Governor To Judge a Remedy.You Paris Nor. 13.-Ifr ..as- definitely-'-

things 'To be suretp.. 66 cents 'in a sanitary 'way, officials Samuel
by'the Winchester Repeating Pennypacker,' who has must know its father and mother announced' here today that John. W. <
looks phenomenally to the con- and: citizens generally. .. take .a ..mostcommendable .: taken a very active interest in the *a.
-\ ArmS.company., ]EV* L.Crosby J. M; and so understand the reason forts Gates and other Ameriea M 'pr 1
; sumers, but the two classes of trade Interest in the work of i Hawkins anad John R. Taylor are movement, Bishop W.: C. Doane, ofAlbanythe existence/Ramon's Liver Pills and about to build a theatre oiftaa bid

Interested,; In production, and some ofthi keeping their places clean." I i trying issue, and Mrs Topperwain, ; "Rev." W.. It', Roberts' Tonic Pellets, a treatment. .for sick circus site In the Clfunp Elys**. Itfc fa.

3 dealers, tOOt app'arendy; had..been Dr .Porter stated that he. :wou d who is acknowledged lady riffle, Bishop A. W. Wilson; and:! Francis L. headache, dizziness,,, pains in the stated'- that\ the new ,theatre will be
side and
constipation biliousness is
looking for even 'better .values, and be unable to attend the state, fair on Stetson, of the Interchurch Confer.
revolver an.d shot gun shot in the --" based upon the formula. of one of run in opposition to the Foites lIar}.
talking about 70 cent turps. The market the opiningday, butthat he"would .
xhib1tlon. ; ence. the '
world giving an Mr. Topperwaia '" greatest physicians ever known. gu.y one bf the most conspicuous tit 8trW >
'has disappointed those who expected most certainly be here on Shriner's The of the All druggists will guarantee Ramon'sLiver
object stated
will also give an exhibition .- ,congress as.. in' the Champ Elyvee where .Eng V
(the.first, half, of November, to see day-Novembebr 31 which is also i At 'a distance "seventy rods he can by Governor, Pennypacker is'to, se- sick Pills and Tonic Pellets to cure lash, American and French flock all :
headache, or refund
a decided but bull movement assert Jacksonville day. Both Jacksonvilleand your money. ,
I' hit marbles and. s .ial! objects, thrownin cure*uniformity ,in the .divorpe laws Whole treatment 25 cents. sumweit 'long.1. .
itself and who,'were.: confident that Key West, he said would be ,, '
the air./ : of- the states and in the practices.. of ; ''.'.'. ;<
...._ ... .... -- -_.,
would be .__
there some substantial argely represented at the fair.. their courts in dealing with divorce n. ; ;; ;; ,,:

'gains "In values. The. little bull : Dr. Porter's frequent visits to the. Ireland to Have' a Great Exhibition cases. It intended. by the congress _,

movement seem to have no .bottom to city are always aappreci ted. Thereis Special to the Ocala Banner; to recommend legislation to this end.

Stand on', ,no courage' behind them, ho nobler health officer ,in the v Dublin Nov. 13.-At a meeting of It will agree upon its recommendations Southern Railway"

and the ;little bouyancy that is given country than he, as has been demonstrated : .- the city core1' ._v-y it was announced ana those should immediatelybe

the" market on an advance of a Scent on many occasions.. 'that ib\*' king had consented to adopted by the. various legislaturesof ,

orEo }Is quickly Jost and the old level I '!-
teen the international exhibition next the states without any unnecessary .
restored. To be 'one would Another Good Woman. .2 Vestibule Trains East. !No. MjNe.; 30 North
sure West.
Slay Lord Ireagh headed the subscription delay, 'as well:as by the, miraie,> and 4jNo.1S <

think 65v.to 66 .cents, ought; to provehighly' Mrs. Russel" Sage,it is stated. will with $50,000 and the'guar.- pal tribunals. Bishop Wilson pointed Lv Jacksonville.So.:Ity ,9.05al 7.55p : Lv- Jacksonville .. .So. Ryj t: :
Lv Jesup .. .. .. So.. Ryll.30altO.30pLv ,
satisfactory, but 'with so many give away the ,bulk of her ,fortune, antee fund now?"Amounts to nearly out the evils arising from the Lv Jesup. .: .So ijp,30pwAr '
great ; Savannah ....So. Ry 1.20p 12.15a
;. .. . So. 1501
claiming that the which is estimated at $30,000,000. : ,
season $2,000,000.( It is intended to plan the diversity of our divorce laws and Ar. Columbia ... .So. Ry 6.55a G.OGa Ar Atlanta .. . . .So. Ry, '

; hap been unprofitabble and that they This noble wcmian says ? the exhibition grounds on the lines of the necessity for immediately remedy 'Ar. Charlotte .. .So. Ry lO.05p 9.53a I Ar Rome . .. ..'. .So. By| 1Zoa-.

.are 'worse oft financially. than they "I shall keep only a sufficient part the, !late Paris exhibition and ,a prominent Ing them. He explained that as. matters Ar. Greensboro. ..So. Ry 12.5Cal2.51p Ar Dalton ; %. ; . ... So. Rft; 8.na a -
such of :.the fortune left "my Ar. Danville ,,...So Ry 205a 2.lOp Ar Chattanooga . l
were a year ago seems not to n e. by husbandto feature in connection with it DOW stand it is possible to ob- So. Rfl.l" ,
t five ; jAr:-1t c11In idSoRiI6: } .58 l-6.42p I Ar Lexinton .. ..: :. Q. t
quietly said
be the case. Thep resent .indicationsdo and comfortably, OJI
: will f be the great doi&e., the elevationof tain divorces too easily and -
frequently :Ai Ar Cincihnatr . ,
Mrs. Sage Lynchburg ..SO-R" 4.17a| 4.20p I a .Q & _C:I ?.{ .
not appear to show the 70( cent today. "The fact that '
horizon. churches which will be equal.to half that of .wothout any adequate notice. People Ar .Charlott svilIe.Bo. Ry 6.02a 6.10p I Lv Cincinnati . .C:ii.&: '1>1 S.5p
mark are endowed put'
on near them -beyond St. Pauls CathedmL<>ndon. who are recognized as being divorced' 4* Washington. Ry 9.45a 9.50p Ar Chicago . . .DIg "OU1't Ti 1
&; ._ the necessity of work thus I 1" in Ar Baltimore..P. R.11.3ua11.25p I LT -
one state are held'to be i Cincinnati . .Pa. n"-
,., Spirits posted firm at 66. cents. making them indifferent Ar W. Philaa.P. R. R.
je- and 1.45p
celpts 517 sales 113. lines negligent Oyster Roast ,for Veterans. still married in another and asN a Ar New 'Tori. P. R. R. U3p 6.30a 2.35al Ar Chicago . . Pa.J4nei; '.lOa

t \ along where Christian institutions Special to the' Ocala Banner: result, much injury it does to 'innocent :. I i Lv. Cincinnati . .a }4. & D.. !' &:tiP
Rosins firm, at advances .of 5 cents should do the most Ar. . .
good. Savannah, Ga., Nov. 13.The Georgia parties. Grounds for severing '. -- -. '-. I!I Chicago . ... I 'l '
on all grades below I, Receipts ,2S0, I -mean to give to those individualsto the, I rlvo' 'The Land of the- Sky"([No.20-- y rindcnatl . .C. H. &: .f t.4S .
veterans who'had their annual marriage tie'are unsufficient in tVA; ? Toledo ... ..... .
sales 1,018. Quotations: WW $6.50; whom I think worthy. 1 wish toheJp. { Lv Jacksonville .,So. Ry 1.55Pj .Big Fb
+' < reunion .here today. visited Wimberly another, while the decisions "of1 the 'Lv Savannah u.. {Ar Detroit .. .... ...BIg FOaZj t.
WG ;6.2575, ; 11,15.25; ,K $4.70; men and women of the higheror J "' 'h.S Rr 2.15a I I.Ar
the home of Col. John H. Estill at federal courts differ from'those in Columbia l LT"CincinnatiAr ,. .
I '$U5';. H $t.35; G J4.20; _F $4.15 lower walks of life, who ......,So R1 6.0Oa i Big h'on'3r'i3
Naval throughno Isle of Hopewhere they were *!er- some of the state tribunals; upon .this Ar Asheville ........,.So; Ry 1.50p I Cleveland .. ,. .Big Fdurt ag.45a
E 4.O5 D C-A
$t.OO $3.95.- fault their
$ ; ; of own- are so unfortu- tned! by an oyster roast. The old subject The law assadatjpn of PhileJehia : Ar Hot Springs, N. e..So" R 2.37p I Lv LexingtonAr .. . .Sa. nifi.1fP
Stores Review, nate as need assistance and Ar Knoxville .. .. IQus' Uie . .
j i __;_ : tot too. goers will b 'spitabfr entertainedby : _has annoncedJthat' del- H. Ry 6.00p ( : .80. .8.1tp
'* ", Made proud to ask,it. Such!persons I deem' L A' Louisville. .. .. ... .. .So. Ry 8.50at 1 I Ar. st. Loins _
Happy for Life.A .. Col Estill-for.: two days.Proposed Agates,: an.have aecess ,tp their"Tliijirary. St Louis' .... .. .... .Sa. Ry .
----- it .a pleasure, privilege and a:duty to ) ., The draft of the uniform: *divorce Ar Cincinnati ....... u.Q. & C 8.158 6.12P !Ar Anniston . . P.n1.k- ..
Great' happiness came into the aid, In*.all my; Mans, I am Carrying Jaw has been Ar Birmingham . ..80; RyitJlp.
home of S, C. Blair, school' shp'eVin-r mt! his. desires" 1 .am certain." $2,000,000 Automobile! Race' prepared and its Excellent'Dining' t Ar Memphis . . .Fri 'S.G5J)

'tendent, .at' Sv Moans W. Va., when Mrs, Sage 'said that 'ing Track. ; numerous,' ''sections were discussed' tx> Car Service on All !Ar Kansas City . .'. .FricoI 11a4Qn

W-little daughter was restored from she will dp Special to the'Ocala;Banner: day"-t, { : >......iZ/ltf, \Through Trains. Memphis . . ... .'.. . .t"
all she can, "" ... I :
'the dreadful complain he names; He however for struggling ./New. York;:? Nov 13.' lt'was ai- i; J : Hot, Springs _, ...,. .,....1 '
says: "My' little daugnter had Bt Vi- churches and. institutions denoted to t., yv ,' #0 v
'. flounced. In-auto racing circles here tcj,. ti -- :'i" ...,,.;;c-
tus' Dance, whic, 'yielded'to.no-treatment i the care .of- the.needy: and sick' : I i, Famous Strike Breakers. \' i ;
but grew- 'steadily worse until day that tU $%,'oOO,000required( for The most.famous strike breakers intSf11 No. 34-New York and Florida: Express Daily Pui1 ,, '"

di as a last resort wearied Electric Bit Noted Guide tbe ;construction cf the proposed ? ue Dr, KIng's New Life Room Sleeping Car Port Tampa and Jack onvUIelto >>.:a' KRoom

ters;', aD, l.I' rejoice to'.say, thfee'Dot. Turns; Lecturer. ink track on; Long Island 'had beef .Fibs' When :Giver! :and bowels go on : 1Ca 3o-Wagh1ngton..and.: Florlds.Llmi 4."" .Dajl 'liEtw. Pu Torkt"!,;. __ -
flea effected a complete cure" Quick, Special to the Ocala Banner, Work' a strike, they quickly settle the Sleeping Car Jacksonville to .Ne York.. Di seas '"'
sure cure for nervous.complaints gen- Norwalk, Conn.; ; Nov 13.Enos A' nearly fully, subscribed.' has trouble and/the purifying work goes : N'n', 3-DaUr.( Pulimau ,Drawing Room' Buffet ; Car >{ 4 ; '* 't Y

era! debility, female weaknesses, impoverished Mills, the noted mountain guide and already* been.,commenced on the track. ngnt.on.-' : Best cure for constipation. Tacksonville. lIendel'SCnvilIe, Asheville, Hot S 'Bi Knoxvilleetw _

blood,'and. malaria. Qua forestry expertf of the r I_ '; headache and ,dullness: 25 'cents at B 3 toChmatL ,
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anteed by Tydings &'.drussistajn: 0iosa: &; Co. Druggists IJmltedDaUy'so114
Price 50 cents, .. fk. i tams t 41ivered an address at the H- Thalflott, proprietor' of :she, Dunn- -, !n coaches, and Pullman Drawing' Room Sleeping'yestibule train. Through day
t i ... ,., :stale;convention; of Women's Clubs I ellon Variety Bakery, Is now' The. GainesvilleSun- extended-, ta. Chattanooga and, Cincinnati, Also'P\1lbhan.' J'acksonTiJle totlazi.. -
Cleveland Is off on a hunting here a, Springs COL via Bfrming Jesup
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