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 23, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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>,. -:f ---- Piatt to be Married : IS El GRAND SUCCESS The busy season

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.......................... ADDRESS THE. BLUE AND GRAY

i -ANDPHOTOGRAPHIC- HEROES THURSDAY-QTHER May make it necessary for you to
R t }Ir. and Mrs. Decatur Woodruff

e Davis have issued invitations to the PROMINENT PEOPLE IN
borrow We
some money. are ready to
marriage of their sister, Miss Edith ,

: Z GOODS Piatt, to Mr. Arthur Hardaker, Monday Special to the Ocala-Banner: I, accommodate all legitimate lines of
evening, December third at nine
Tampa, Fla., Nov. 19, 10:00 p. m.-
chu'rchin I
o'clock at the first Baptist ,
this city. I' The open'iHg day of the second week i industry and trade.MUNROE _

of Florida's state fair opened today J
l'hr? wedding has been pleasantly :
and was a grand success from every
anticipated by the friends of Mr. Har- i & CHAMBLISS .
standpoint.The ,
AT THE daker and :Miss: Piatt for the past several :
horse races were fine and the
weeks and they are now receiving I' BANKERS.
:hippodrome features of the day were

the ery warmest congratulationsand 'pronounced by..the people who know I....... !!II.. ..M PI -.... -- 0........'IIB: III -
best wishes of their many friends.It
; to be superior to those of New York I
will be a large church wedding
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POST OFFICE MUG STOREs with quite a number of attendants, and Chicago. The Installation Organ Recital. .......................... '
Wednesday will ,be JacksonvilleDay
the bridal party to number twenty- The installation organ recital at
and Vice-President Fairbanksand
eight and will be a very beautiful af- the Methodist church Monday night
wife will be present The Shri- ,
tair. was certainly a most enjoyable even- Wedding !
ners, Woodmen of the World and oth-
F Miss Piatt has made her home in .
re fraternities will hold conventionson ing.The '
Filled this city for a number of years with recital was given to commem-
Prescriptions Carefully Wednesday also.VicePresident ;
ht sister, Mrs. Davis, and has won orate the installation of this church's
'- Fairbanks will on
=------ for herself many friends, who are in- handsome new pipe organ and the
Thursday address the heroes of the .
1 HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. OUR RAILROAD OFFICIALS. terested In her happiness.Mr. beautiful music was listened to and '-/" ..
Blue and Gray at their reunion.J. .
Ocala. Fla., Nov. 19, 1906. Hardaker is the clever youngmanager tnoroughly enjoyed by a large audi- 1./I .
W. White, industrial agent of
f MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. To the Editor Ocala Banner: and general superintendent ence, the church being crowded.
the Seaboard Air Line, says "I am
Local Editor. r I have read with some degree ol of the Martel Lumber company ands Miss M. B. Wartmann, who is a .
a glad that Florida has for once been' 0
interest the several articles that ap { a very fine business man and is thoroughly accomplished and splendid -
placed in a proper light before the Holiday
peared .in your issue of Sunday againstthe also exceedingly popular socially. musician, is now the organist at
world. For sake and for Florida'ssaks
Miss my
Millie Connigan spent Sunday management of the Atlantic After. a short wedding trip Mr. and the Methodist church and her exquisite -

with friends at Candler. Coast Line railway and knowing the Mrs. Hardaker will make their homeat help the game along. This playing on this beautiful ton- Presents
/ beats anything I have ever seen".
'1\'.- trials and tribulations of the local Martel where Mr. Hardakgr has ed instrument was a very rare musical -
.Ii County Superintendent of Public! F. L. H.
and division officials I thought thatI just finished the erection of a very treat
Instruction Turner, of Inverness, was
i would venture a word in their be : cosy home. Miss Wartmann was assisted by WE HF
in the city Monday. : Captain John L. Inglis has returned
5/ Mrs. W. J. Byrne and Mr. Albert per-
half.We from a four months' trip abroad and laN -
all havejmr worries but I wouldbe The Stokes' Murder Trial in Citrus ig and their singing was exceptionally -
Mr. J. D. Thomas of Sparr, was in was in Ocala Monday. He visited
willing to put up most any sort of County. nne.
the city Monday and paid the Banner Hon. E. W. Davis, states attorneyfor England, Scotland, Ireland, France,
office visit. a wager that no class of people on :Mrs. Byrne sang several solos and
a pleasant
earth-it matters not what their occu- the fifth judicial circuit, has returned -Italy, Switzerland and Germany. He her sweet soprano voice was never
climed ML Vesuvius and noted the
c The people of Ocala are gradually: pation-that have greater worries from Inverness, where he heard to better advantage and the

than our railway officials, and if was engaged all the week trying the excavacations of Herculaneum and duet her and
appreciating a good thing. We an by Mr. Gerig was one ...........
of Florida Pompeii. The Captain enjoyed every .........SNfNeedham
slowly but surely increasing our subscription any poor mortals need a word of pity murder case of the state of tie lest numbers on the program.
Lee Stokes, J. Barney Stokes day of his travels and returns look- -- -
against --
+ list! and compassion they do. All those who attended the performance -

Who believes that Duncan and Hu- and Tom Stokes for the murder of ,ing the picture of health although were delighted with the performance. -

Mr. James Pyles came up Sunday! I ber, Glass and Ford, and the conduc- Nathaniel Zelner at Floral City on while in London he was confined to' T.
his bed for a week or more withan'attack
afternoon to see his brother, Sam tors and engineer crews do not worry Oct. 1. Assisting Mr .Davis in the

J Pyles, whom we regret to state continues more over the poor service and belated prosecution of the case were Mr. R. of rheumatism. He says, how Will Build a New Residence.We ,

critically ill. trains of the Atlantic Coast Line than B. Bullock, of this city and Judge J. ever, that there is no country so goodas understand that Mr. R. E. :

all the patrons of the road all told? M. Young of Inverness. The prisoners the United States and that she Yonge sr., will within the next few Flje Plumber

Mrs. J. M. Jackson, jr., and child As I have said before, we all have were represented by Hon. Thomas will more than hold her own with all weeks begin the erection* of a hand-

ren.' of Miami, are visiting Mrs. Jack our worries. Let's see how these Palmer, of Tampa, and Col. T. P. the world. some residence on his lot on Osceola

son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bar;: worries work: Lloyd, of Inverness. street. He will tear down the house fod Gas fitter

co, at Sunny Slope Farm, near Cotton A wants to build a house. He em- G. Lee Stokes was charged with For What? that he is now occupying and wil ,

Plant. ploys an architect to_ draw the plans the unlawfully killing the deceasedand To the Editor Ocala Banner. replace it with one modern and up to I #f

his two brothers with being -: If it is a fact and it is so stated I
and he gives them to a contractor. He date in every respect.A .
This paper is receiving a greatmany by the railroad commissioners that HAS OPENED "P HIS NEW
agrees to have the house completed at aiding and abetting, counsellingand building boom is certainly on in
compliments on its splendid that have to give''re-
a certain time. But when the time advising the murder. they no power Ocala and the activity along this line
Sunday issue. Some went so far as lief to the people for the state of af- SHOP ON THE CORNER OF
The trial lasted, four days and af-
is up the house is incomplete. A is is constantly increasing instead of
to say it was the finest paper ever fairs, or services given by the
ter a deliberation of five hours the poor
far a stew and. lets the contractor diminishing. There is scarcely a SPENCER BLOCK WITH A
printed in Ocala.jlemember of railroads, then, why pay three men
jury returned a verdict of guilty
3 know of his anger. The contractor street on which there are not either
murder in the first degree as to G. several thousand dollars a year for
our phone is either No. shifts the blame on to the mill own- new homes being erected or old ones FULL LINE OF SANITARYAND
Lee Stokes and J. Barney Stokes and doing absolutely what?
1 or No. 88. It yon have any news ers who failed to supply the lumberat being repaired or improved or entirely -
J. B.
worth mentioning please phone it. in the time agreed upon. The mill I murder in the third degree as to built over. I MODERN PLUMBING

to us. and we will do the rest We do owner shifts the blame on to the rail I Tom Stokes. Ocala seems now to be more prosperous
On motion for new trial it was A Year of Blood. GOODS. WHEN IN NFED OF
\ roads who failed to furnish cars and a a than ever before in her his
not Want a single local happening to The year of 1903 will be long re-
1 us.R there the responsibility stops and granted as to Tom Stokes. But refused -merbered in the home of F. N. Tacket tory.

escape the public seems to think that the as to the other two, who were of Alliance, Ky., as a year of blood;; FIRST CLASS SANITARY

.r Mr. Ed. Tucker, formerly with the railroads have no right to shift the sentenced to life imprisonment.A which owed so copiously from MrTacket's The Rapid Development of the Auto- PLUMBING .ALL ON HIM.
lungs that death seemed very
x electric light plant of Ocala. is now blame on to the shoulders of anybodyelse writ of error to the supreme court near. He writes; "Severe bleedini mobile.

". with a big electric company at BirmIngham and must take all the blame as was sued out as to Lee and Barney from the lungs and a frightful cough Mr. C. 'W. Kelsey in a brief speech -- -, .' ,

Ala., with his friend. Mr. is usually the case. Stokes. had brought me at death's door, when recently made in New York city on

2 Jerry Williams .formerly superintendent But the railroads have the same', I began taking Dr. King's New Dis the rapid development of the manufacture
Will See the Orang-Outang. covery for consumption with the astonishing
t of the plant in this city. worries and difficulties as other Dawin's theory that man and monkeyare result that after taking of automobiles, said: i ,1r.fttftanat.

trades and occupations.The four bottles I was completely restored The capital invested in the automobile -
allied finds -- ;
new supporters
Mr. C. H. Dame has sold his homein scarcity and unreliability of labor many and as time has proved completely business in the United States -

the second ward to Mr. J. F. Williamson the scarcity of cars, accidents among visitors to Cole Brothers' Unit- cured." Guaranteed for sore lungs, today is over 150000000. Over 100- *. D-FUUKa. L W. ItAtoa.Ft'I.LEJL .
ed Shows double menagerie, to be coughs and colds at Tydings & Co.'s & BLbLOCX.Dratist .
and has purchased the resi- wrecks and a hundred and one things 000 men are employed in the business,
in Ocala November 21. drug store. Price 50 cents and 51.00 -
dence in the third ward'now occupiedby that the general public never take in- seen a bottle. Trial bottle free m and, according to the most reliable *.
In this mammoth traveling zoo is Over Manse& Chambliu But OcaU.FU.m .
)Ir. Cole and family'and owned to account. estimates more than 100,000 cars are

f by Mrs., B. F. Richards of Gaines The unexpected and unprecedented "Walter the most amazingly educated A Progressive Church Supper al now in use throughout the country.In ,

ville. development of the country in every orang outang ever exhibited. Cap- Sparr. the American factories 135 differ- !i. E.PIGGS,
tured in the wilds of South Africa by -
section of it has made heavier demands The ladies of Sparr will give a ent cars are made, and in addition 22 ATTORNEY-AT.LAW.

July Brown is the owner of the Cole Brothers' special agents less church on the ev foreign cars have branch' houses and
upon the different railway companies progressive supper (Office M Gtry-Aoew Block.)
1: bird dog in Max Ion county. The than eight months ago, "Walter" has .
than: they are prepared to meet; the : ening of November 30th for the pur agencies in this country. OCALA ? FLORIDA;;
\ him when been taught to do all that the aver-
to a puppy
; dog was given car: builders and engine builders have I pose of raising funds to erect a Bap-

: .\. by Mr. }'. E. Haskell, of Lake Weir. been overtaxed and are two or three age young man can, except talk. Un-I: tist church at Sparr. All are cordially Corporation vs. Corporation.Ocala PDWIN SPENCER.r .

J Sheriff Gordon and Judge, Bell have assisted this phenomenal brute will Fla. Nov. 19 1906. .
I lr rears behind with orders. Car Equipment invited to attend. \ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

:'x "i1 ;hunted with this dog and say that he cannot be procured in a moment dress itself in a tailor made suit and To the Editor Ocala Banner; OCALA. :-1J'LO&IDA,

l., .. 'is a "crackerjack." "Don" Is the name and the railway orders for equipments fancy waistcoat and tuxedo; eat with :Mr.: J. L. Smoak is one of Ocala's In behalf of the A. C. L., and its

\ t this, prince of dogs. are much further behind hand knife- anf fork; draw pictures on a I most successful nimrods and when he : representatives of this city allow me JE CEASE
black board operate a minature automobile -
than any builder's orders for lumberor goes to the woods there is always io thank you for your advertisementwhich
: -*,Irs. Crutcher and family have ar- as well as impersonate several DENTIST
He went out lasts appeared in yesterday's Ban-
merchants orders for goods. something doing. OCALA
fffved in Ocala to join Mr. Crutcher characters. Scientists
The railway companies are passing prominent : t.rday and brought in a noble an- ner under the caption, "In the Land \
with Mr. Patterson recently leased everywhere have carefully studied"Walter" .
;"c '1 who through a severe ordeal and are far tler. He sent us a choice cut which ot Uz." As president of the Ocala Water L. SISTKUNK, .
Farms stable. Mr. unit in declaringthe
the Marion more worried than their patrons and and are a helped to swell our Sunday dinner. Company the author is in a position -
cE Ci tcher and his family are occupying I animal the most marvelous ever ATTORREY.AT.LAW.
in the meanwhile are doing'all In I to criticise "Greedy corpora- .
Second Room M. uic
residence on South 4, ; Baildio;
.1 the their power to improve their service seen. :Mr. and Mrs. Bradford C. Webb, of tions."

i: street formerly used by Miss Sharpe Kendrick, passed through Ocala Yours truly
with the and
S and grapple new unpre-
Candidate.To .
school. Will Not Be a
''i aS, 'a kindergarten cedented conditions. Monday on their way to the big Tam- E. B. DUNCAN Mr. Peyser Buys the Ottensosser
the Citizens of Ward Two:
fair. They will return the latter Agent. Building.Mr. .
:; In the They are forced to crave the indul- sincere thanks pa .
.lji'Ocala Burbank wish to
has Luther I express my
a part of the week. Peyser has just purchased tile
of the
and patience general
'of Buford Leitner. He has gence for the compliment you have paint
handsome Ottensosser
person public until the country resumes Ocala Wins Prizes at the Horse Show. block bating

r ,evolved a new vegetable and which something like its normal conditionand me by presenting a petition askingme Little Miss Frances Lucile Helven- Saturday afternoon at the horseshow west of the court house. Mr. P.fttr

we'canltestify 13.both sweet and suc- to become a candidate in the approaching arrived in Ocala early Sunday
ston the
occupies lower floor
the car and engine factories catchup at the Tampa fair several of the thy boHJ-
*' is far more tender than city election for alderman.My home of her
culent. It morning and is'atathe ing for his large and
with their orders. prizes were won by Ocala men viz: rapidly growing
turnip greens and business interests are such at Mr. and Mrs. Edward T.
either mustard or ,
FAIR PLAY. parents Best pair of gentleman's roadstm.John cigar business and the upper story ii
make Mr. Leitner's name fa. present as will require my absence Ht.L venston.I occupied the
ought to W- Jackson, of Palmetto; Dr. by Marion-Dunn lodge of

indus, He gave us a mess which was from home quite often, therefore I I W. P. Adamson, of Tampa, second; J. Masons and the KnigWe of
Miss Panchita Kendrick, formerlyof must respectfully decline the proposed Judge and Mrs. Richard MeConathy -.!
much enjoyed I R. Blackiston, of Ocala third. Pythias. This Is one of the beet located
,, Jacksonville but now of Brooks- honor. With the best interests of Mrs. D. M. Boney and daughter 'business stores
.. Best horse and rig Mr. Low- in this ettjr and
Mr and Mrs Clarence Neely and ville, Is stopping over a few days in Ocala at heart and with the hope' )1r. and Mrs. E. M. Howard and Postmaster
; ter, of Ocala, first; Dr. Blackiston, of Mr. Peyser is fortunate to bare secured
faintly expect to remove to Texas Ocala the guest of her aunt, :Mrs. F. that the next twelve months will f Crom are among the Ocalaites
second Standard Stock Farm same.
every soon on account of the health of A. Howse. mark the beginning of a new era in at the Tampa fair. Ocala, ; '
of Gainesville. third.
Its. N elf. They sold their pretty public improvements, within ,our border I For a Two Cent Stamp. i:": -

the boulevard" yesterday After all, says Mr. Bryan William I have the honor to be Mrs. James 1[. Blair has returnedto
,cottage on Mr. Claude Gates is home from A common process has been dlseovered
to Randolph Hearst polled the largest truly : her home ia Jacksonvile after a
: anij will make their preparations Very ,_ to possess healing propertianot
Charleston S. C.. a visit to his
remove'to their new home at once. vote ever polled by a democratic can- JAS. R. MOORHEAD. a visit to her mother. Mrs. Sue known hretofore, but surpassing any
I! ; parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry C.
'Mrs, Neely Is the daughter of Rev. didate for governor of New York. in this city. other drug. The discoverer will fora
Gates. .He has a splendid position in
Neely has long Mr. W. E* Carlton, the popular i two cent stamp, tell anyone whatit
'c and
: H. Nash employees off Mr. A. B. Rou, one' of the Ocala clerk of the court in DeSoto county, Mrs. Spence Stone of Chattanooga," the city's 'electric light departmentand Is. Address X Phillip, Fla x
Aeeti]) :one of the valued, her sister his Ocala friends will be pleasedto .
who has been visiting -
friends Banners valued friends, was among after several days' visit to his brother TenDL,
Tibbett's store. Their many for know that he is doing exceedinglywell Mrs. Wesley Meadows, of Anthony
from the city: the out of town friends who called Mr. R. A. Carlton, in this city, Mrs. C. H. Dame, left Monday ,
'relret. their .departure in his new home. spent Sunday with friends In Ocala.

;,( x--7am, is.' News. .-. at this office Monday. returned home Monday her home., -.,. ,.- .., .
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"r t .ii .* rcun's defeat, and would jeopardizeour to this plea as well as to help vindi- WILD GAME NOW AND I Is Offered to Withstood Other Treatment But

THE WIRZ MONUMENT. safety here." cate the south of the unjust chargeof IN OTHER DAYS. HELP Quickly Cured by Chamberlain's ,
worthy Young PeopleWe Cough Remedy. !
The comment upon this was, "Whata cruelty that the Daughters of the -
all "Last winter I caught a very severe ,
The Daughters of the Confeder. tribute to southern valor; that the Confederatecy propose to erect a monument To the Editor Ocala Banner: earnestly request young cold which lingered for weeks" says
persons, ,no matter how limited their j-
acy Propose to Erect It as poor weak Confederates just from or a tablet to Captain Wirz. It I was raised on a farm. When a means' or education, who desire a J. Uuuquhart, of Zephyr, Ont. Myja. j
f a Vindication of History. prison would defeat Sherman's well was protested against at the last G. boy I used to set traps and catch thorough business training and good cough was very dry and harsh. The \
e fed veterans and jeopardize the safe A. R. convention, but meantime the quail; I remember once building a position, to write at once for our local dealer recommended Chamber.lain's .
half rate offer. Success inde- Cough Remedy and guaranteed v
The Daughters. of the Confederacy ty of Grant's army." south has not protested against the pen and catching quite a number of great pendence and probable fortune, guar- it, so I gave it a trial. One small bot-
in Georgia have begun a movement The persistent refusal of the government proposed monument. to John Brown. wild turkeys. I sold those quail and anteed. Don't delay-write today. tie of it cured me. I believe ,,..am-
to erect a monument Captain Wirz at Washington to exchange It would, perhaps, be as well if neither turkeys and in this way obtained btrlain's Cough Remedy to be the
who was executed directly after the prisoners was very unfortunate. How of these monuments were erectedas enough pin money to take me to the Ga.-Ala. Bus.College, Macon,Ga. best I have ever used." For sale by

Civil war on the charge of cruelty to could it be expected that a stripped well as if the memory of wrongs circus, procure a store bought suit of I all druggists. m

the federal prisoners in the Ander- and ravaged people, whose army was were not perpetrated, but allowed to clothes and occasionally hire a teamto Senator Cullom is sick. A Methodist Minister Recommends

sonville prison of which he was in mostly naked and famished, and who fade with the passing of time, which take my best girl out for a drive. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.We .

charge.It were debarred from obtaining medicines brings softened feelings, a clearer The boy on the farm is not allowed have used Cb"Rlberlaln's' Cough I
McIVER and MACK Remedy in our bom for, seven years, ( rand
is believed by these southern women and surgical appliances, could sense of_ justice and toleration-and to do this now. Although a native it has always proved to be a reliable f
that some public vindication properly care for 35,000 prisoners of finally a blesing for gentleness. E. of the state he is not allowed to remedy. We hav found that itj"

should be made of the memory of a war-a great army itself. The prob- Bryan in the Sunny South. trap either birds or wild turkeys. He would do more than the manufacturers ) t
man whose life was sacrificed in the lem greatly worried and distresed Mr. is now required to pay a license for claim for it. It is especially good "I ,

most passionate period of the recon Davis. He did what he could under Judge I. L. Farris, of Jacksonville. the privilege of shooting wild game for croup and whooping cough, Rer., ,
James A. Lewis, Pastor Milica Min., f...
struction. Time and calmer investigation the circumstances. A most health member-elect, to the Florida legisla and after paying this license he is I M. E. Churcn. Chamberlain's Cough t

have done much to changethe ful spot-in the belt of black jack ture, spent Saturday in Ocala, hay not permitted to sell, even in the FUNERALDIRECTORS. Remedy is sold by all druggists m .

i, verdict rendered in days of excited and piney woods that encloses Thorn- :'nf come to attend the funeral of his hunting season, any sort of game.In .

and revengeful feeling. Still asville-was chosen for the site of little brother, Fiourney Farris, whose whose interests, if I may ask,

many are ignorant of the merits of the encampment and stockade, which d< ath occurred at Inglis Friday morn were these laws enacted? .

the case, and one still hears the south would have been much larger if 1:1r. The man living in the city, who is -1-i It Will
J Haves a full stock of Coffins Casket
denounced. for cruelty to the prisoners enough men could have ben sparedto too poor to have a kennel of dogs and Burifil l Outfits. Hut-cial given to 4PayYou
of war. guard a larger area. I' A PRAYER-NO CARS-NO! CARS! and purchase a sportsman outfit Burial services

The proposed monument will be an The prisoners were given the same must do without the luxury of wild I Embalming to Order !
answer to this charge, since on it food that was given the men who A lumber man went to heaven one game. He cannot buy: for love nor !

y' will be inscribed the official report, guarded them. When sick they were day? money these birds that are so plen- --- _.- 1.J
made by Secretary of War Stan- given such medicine as could be had. As sometimes lumber men do; tiful in our woods.I -

ton on July 19, 1865: "Confederates I I Several hundred were paroled from And they gave him a job with princely may be permitted also to say that. D. J. CARROLLDEALER I p You have. any Real Estate ,

in northern prisons, 220,000; union j time to time and sent over the surrounding pay when the boys on the farm were allowed IN- to Sell,
soldiers in southern prisons, 270'QOO; country to buy any provis- Of running a lumber train through, to trap these birds they were

'_' excess of union prisoners, 50000. ions they might find. The paroled! To the Kinkdom 'of Hell, with instructions more abundant than they now are. GROCERIES FRUITS, VEGETABLES OR

i Deaths in northern prisons, 26,526; soldiers helped attend their sick com to haul If our law makers really want to
i' deaths in southern prisons, 22756." rades and mingled freely with those From the fiery brimstone bars protect our game a statute forbid- &c., 11 ir; to Florida thinking for a home.coming ;

Thus showing that 12 per cent of outside. The treasury was drained All the railroad men/ he could recall, ding them to be hunted with dogs Has moved to North Magnolia

Confederate prisoners died in con of money to feed this army of prisoners But-they gave him no cars! would do the business. street, near the Seaboard Depot OR r

finement in the north, while only 9 and appeals were made to the The people of Florida should be where he will be pleased to see
per cent of federal prisoners died at people for provisions-appeals that So a message he sent to the realm of allowed the privilege of capturingwild his old patrons; also solicits the IE You desire to infest in any \ i]
Hell, game as in times of and trade of the general public. If )kind of Florida
the hands of those alleged "cruel" I I were responded to beyond the peo- yore property, ;
1- southerners. !I pie's ability. In spite of all this over I For the railroad men to be should be given the privilege of sell GIVE ME A I
i On the watch for his train. And he ing them. ;.
the -
Another inscription on the prospective 12,000 died out of 54,000 men- I TO SEE
monument will give honor to which, all in all, were at Anderson-, rang the bell These birds should be for the benevr Brood Mares. OR WRITE
the four federal prisoners who were I ville. It was pitiful! So was the With a chuckle of fiendish glee, If < own people and not especially We have just gotten in a car load

I permitted to go from Andersonvilleto 'fate of the southern men thinly clad And the men lined up as they writhed for the benefit of a few sporting of the finest brood mares ever broughtto

Washington to plead for an ex- |:I and freezing and dying by thousandsin I m pain gentlemen.The I mire the them.state, and We to will see them sell them is to ad.at J. H. LIYIHGSTON & SONS H

z change of prisoners. When their northern prisons. After the war On the fiery brimstone bars, poor boy on the farm should be very reasonable prices. Come and and
plea was refused these honorable sol I the returning federal prisoners told I But when the lumber man showed up given a chance of earning a few pennies look them over at I

:':: diers came back and again entered !of their sufferings at Andersonviile, with his train. for pocket change by trapping MARION FARMS STABLES OCALA FLORIDA. t.

:" the prison they had left. and great indignation was aroused.It My God! He had no cars! these wild fowl. x Yo Ocala, Fla. I -

'. The "Horrors of Andersonville," was felt that as i nthe "Charge of A DOGLESS MAN. I \

.Q where 35,000 prisoners were confinedon the Light Brigade," some one had And so through the endless cycle of I

twenty-seven acres of ground, witha blundered. The blunderer stood too years, Ohio seems to be a baa climate for I( Jerry urneMerchaiit ,

guard of only 2,500 boys and ol high to be punished, and so Captain The railroad men lined up governors. The democratic governor

men were due solely to the refusal of Wirz-poor, a foreigner, his friends And hope dispelled, with groans. and died and the lieutenant governor, who
the federal government to exchange under ban, and no one strong enough tears, was promoted to the chair, is now I:
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prisoners, owing to a dispatch sent to stand up for him, became the vicarious As they drain the bitter cup sick. ttrtGN" .0\1ICURE ? r .y I

by General Grant. August 17, 1864, sacrifice. He was denouncedas While the lumberman makes his run i '0.SAlTSICK. E
{ ; Tiloring.
in which he said: "We cannot affordto a monster, and hanged after three on time j John Whites, Co. IN CATTU: rETtn: (V fI I I .
He foresaw that From their gates of to the PRWIN5MEST I
exchange prisoners. It is hard on months in prison. pearl i lOUISVIUE. KY.
OF MANY tABS TO et''':!:U!O'Er aNr C.nt I Uvula Florida.
our men in southern prisons not to time and calmer investigation would fiery bars, EiUbllihodlUTBlghMt t MARKET FOB ClSEASt Pi STOCK Cf;:'1I.LS I .
exchange them,.but it is humanity to change the verdict against him, and :And the railroad men in anguish east prie.pUdforrtir 11 r' f E' : IS NOT A FOOD! 8'JT"J :iY...S'OCIlI'I> I! Finest Imported and;
I those left in the ranks to fight our his last plea was that his name mightbe chime, FURS 25CLhi5a"Atut i i Domestic Cloths .
battles. To release; all Confederate publicly cleared of obloquy for his My God! My God! No Cars! I I i and Hides. t r t 1 fOR SALE BY ALL RETAIl gRJ"IS's it14JTCC'tb; Ev I i

prisoners now would insure Sher- children's sake. It is out of regard I j J. B. I II Wool oa ACHERHAU&SJEWARTW A.-: { Cutting a Special
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Per Bot. Per-Case Per Gal. Phosphate Gin, qts. the only WHISKIES
f Mongolia Rye . .. .$ .75 6.50 Cognac . . . .$3.00 .. genuine . . . 1.50 I Port, per per gal. . . ,$4,00 Jockey Club XXXX, pr gal. .II.M
Old Joe, full quarts. 1.00 10.50 California Cognac . . 6.00 Phosphate Gin, pints, the only Sherry . . . . 4.00 Jockey Club XX . 1.11 7
x Old Joe, full 'pt. .. . .50 11.00 Peach Brandy North Carolina .. 2.00 genuine . .. . .. 75 Made a . . . . 4.00 Jockey Club X . . 1M
,: Old Velvet, full quarts 1.00 10.50 i Peach Brandy 2 yrs. old Mary Phosphate Gin 1-2 Per Monglia "
pints, the. Bet .. . . . !." ;
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!; Old Velvet, alf pint, .. .25 11.50 i Peach Brandy, 4 yrs. old, Georgia 4.00 Mobile Buck Gin, full quarts $1.00 White Seal, Champagne, pts. 2.00 Old Velret . . . u* :'
Mark Rogers, full qts. 1.50 15.00 Peach Brandy, 5 yrs. old, Georgia 5.00 Per Case. .. . .. -. .10.50 G. H. Mumm, Champagne, qts. ? 4.00 Green Ribbon . . 1M
ti' Mark Rogers, full quarts ... 16.00 Apple Brandy North Carolina .. '2.00 Mobile Buck Gin, full pints .11.00 G. H. Humra. Champagne, pts. .. 2.00 Diplomatic ?. .". . UM ,
Pickwick Club .. .. 1.25 13.00 Apple Brandy? yrs. old MaryMobile Buck Gin, full 1.2 pints 11.50 Laubenheimer, Rhine Wine, pts. .50 r Four Aces . .
Diplomatic .. .. .1.00 10.00 land . .. .. .. .. 3.00 La.u en h eimer, Rhine Wine .
Old McBrayer . 1.00 11.00 I Apple Brandy, 4 yrs. old, Georgia, 4.00 .......................... Nersteiner, Rhine Wine, qts, qts. 1.00 2.00 No.tlckwlck 111 Rye ciubx.. .. ... ..:. :.:, :.:. .; .. &M
a Four Aces, full quarts 1.50 15.00 Apple Brandy 5 yrs. old, Georgia, 5.00 A N "O.E Nlerstelner, Rhine Wine pts. .. 1.00 G..M
;, Four Aces full pts .. .75 16.00 Peach and Honey. .. .. .. 3.00 Hochhelmer Berg. Rhine Wine.qt 2.00 NORTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA
Mt Vernon; full quarts 1.75 16.00 Rock and Rye .. .. ? ? ? 3.00 CHRISTMAS PACKACE Hochhelmer Berg. Rhine Wine, pt. 1.00 C ORN.
Mt. Vernon, full pints .. ..1.017.00\ Jamaica Rum .. . 3.00 One St Julian Claret, pints .15 Pn Oa1
Mt. Vernon full 1.2 pint .50 18.00 N. E. Rum . .. . . 2.00 Quart Rogers. St. Julian, quarts 1.50 Georgia Corn, 1 1 r. oM . .U.lI
Royal Arch, .full quarts 1.25 13.00 Apricot Brandy .. .. . . 3.50 One Quart XXXX Rye. Pontet Canet, Claret, quarts .. 2.00 Georgia Corn. 2 yrt old . :.g0
: ,'. Royal Arc. full pints .65 14.00 GIN One Quart Port Wine Pontet Canet, Claret, pints ? 1.00 North Carolina Corn 1 ,r. old l..
Old Rookery, full, quarts 1.50 15.00 Per Gal One Quart'Sherry Wine Bergundy, quarts .. ? ? .. 1.50 North Carolina Co rn. S yrs. old l,04
,, Old Rookery, full pints. .75 16.00 Imperial Rose . $1.50 n<> $0 EXPRESS Bergundy. pints ? ? .. ? ? .15 North Carolina Corn, 4 yrs old 1M
Three. Feathers. .. 2.25 24.00 Imperial Dutch High Grade? ?. .?. 2.00 $ 75 PREPAID. Ai. G. & Co.. Port 1.50 I North Carolina Corn' 6 yn :.N t
,; Duffy's Pure Malt .. .. 1.00 11.00 Scheidam ?. .. .. .. 4.00-o Put up in neat package, with no Amontillado Sherry 1.50 North Carolina Corn !8 yr. old"i. <.o)
; ., Premium Malt, full qts 1.00 11.00 Holland . .. . .. .'. 3.00 < > marks on wrapper. WINE. SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES.
; 'IMPORTED"BRANDIES. Per Bot HOW TO ORDER Write orders California Port, per Gal. ,. $2.00 John dSil, Scotch, per bot.f
Per Bot. Booth's & Co.'s. Old Tom .. .J1.50 P laic l Y. Give both your postofflce, California Sherry 2.00 Black 0 Scotch . too
1 L. Favert & Co.., Three Star. ,.2.00 Citron Tree, large size (Schei and express office. Send money by California Catawba .. .-. It King William!! Scotch . *.
Jas. Henessey & Co., Three Star, 2.25 i dam) .. ,.. ... ? .. o. ? ? ? 2.00 postofflce or express money order, or California Scuppernong .. :..00 J melOn'I I'dbl" / . !.jo
J. and F. Martell, Three Star .. 2.25 Gordon & Co. Dry Gin .. .. 1.50 by registered_ mail. California Blackberry .. .. .. t.O.00 Gee Crr't R. WhUkey :'00
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%HAPPEN! $'ABOUT TOWN Mr. Wanton S. Webb is Dead.It Mr. Grover Spencer, proprietor of .......................... her marriage and all of whom will Mr. B. S. Quarterman Weds Milt
was only a few weeks ago that Spencer's Bakery and Candy Kitchen join in extending to her their hear- Burns.

,MISS" SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. we received 1 a letter floor Mr. WantonS. has commenced business right. i Marriage of Miss Louise tiest good wishes. On Sunday afternoon November U, .
Local Editor. Webb making inquiries about his He believes in publicity and for this t <> at half past two o'clock, Mr. BernardS.
and Mr. Fancher
whilom friends in this city and extending purpose uses printer's ink and has in- <*> Moody f The friends of Mr. J. N. Hale will Quarterman, of Fairfield, in this
us a cordial invitation to vested in one of the prettiest deliv- be pained to learn of his death which
county led to Hymen's altar, Miss I
f The tenderer and fatter the Thanks- spend a portion of the summer with ery wagons ever seen in Ocala. As a occurred at the insane asylum at Bums, of Denmark, Mississippi. I
giving turkey the greater will be the him and expressing his great love for result he sells out all the bread he From Wednesday morning's Daily. Chattahoochee Monday. Mr. Haile The bride is the eldest daughter of

thanks rendered. Florida and her people. bakes daily and is already compelledto was for some time editor of the .. --- Hon. George Burns, of Denmark, and ,
Miss Louise and Mr.
The Times-Union contained a noticeof enlarge his facilities. He got a Moody Aving- liston Advocate, which he founded, is a kinswoman of Robert Burns, the
Architect MacKay is determined to his death which occurred at his new baker ast night and is determinedto ton C. Fancier of Braidentown, will and later was the editor of the Dunn. Scottish bard. She is a beautiful bru-

tee that the new court house is built home at Lisbon, New.Hampshire and accommodate his customers the be quietly married this morning at ellon Advocate. Owing to ill health nett and is a charming and noble

strictly according to the plans and I of his burial at his old home in Providence number of whom are increasing very nine o'clock at the Methodist churchin his mind became unbalanced and it young Christian woman. The marriage -

specifications.The R I. rapidly. Jacksonville. On account of the re- was necessary to send him to the was solemnized at the home of

About twenty years ago Mr. Webb cent death of the bride's brother, Mr. asylum, where his death occurred. the bride's father and was a lovely
ladies' aid of the Presbyterian :Miss: Bessie Reddick of Chester, S.
citizen of Florida and took
was a Vincent F. Moody at Orlando, the mar- I home wedding and was attended bya
church are prepared to make great interest in advertising her re- C., after spending a few days in riage will be very quiet. Mr. S R. Whaley has just purchased number of the relatives and friends.

comforts also to recover old ones. sources. He was one of the factors Ocala, the guest of her cousin, Mrs. The girlish young bride will weara the residence on Ocklawaha ave- The groom is a member of a very
Leave all orders with Mrs. H. L. Anderson .in promoting the sub-tropical exposi- W. V. Newsom, has gone to her old tailored coat suit and immediatelyafter nue known as the Reardon placId I'l luinent family of this county andis

x tiyn at Jacksonville and the semitropical home at Brooksville to spend several the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. which is occupied by Mr. C. A. a prosperous young farmer and
in Ocala and after- weeks. Mrs. Reddick expects to Liddon and family. This is of is
exposition Fancher will leave for Braidentown one trucker and very popular with all
Mr. J. A. McIver has sold his household make another visit to Ocala beforeoing ,.
wards procured a car containingmany where they will make their home. best locations in Ocala and has who know him.
goods farming implements and of the of Florida at- ; to South Carolina.Mr. the of handsome
products Mr. Fancher is a prominent phar- possibilities a very Mr. and Mrs. Quarterman came at

home at Blitchton and will soon make tractively arranged and exhibited the :! E. E. Voyle, of the long dis- macist of that city and is a very splen- ph-ee. This place was recently purchased once to Fairfield, where they are now
Ocala his home. He was formerly a same in many of the states of the did and popular young man and his from Mrs. J. K. Orr, of Louisville at home to their friends.
<. citize" of Ocala and his friends will. union. This car was called "Floridaon tance telephone was in Ocala yester- bride will receive a warm welcome in Ky., by Mr. J. D. Robertson and I The Ocala Banner wishes for thema
day and says that the line has now
be glad to welcome him back again. Wheels." Braidentown, where she is already Dr. Chace and sold by them to Mr. married life full of sunshine and
1en completed to Ocala and is in
Many of the older citizens of Florida well known. Whaley.Mr. happiness.
readiness for business. This marks
/ Miss will regret to learn of :Mr. Webb's is the child
Alice Carlisle, who has been another step in the progress of Ocala. ', Miss :Moody youngest
spending the past six months in Alabama death. of Mrs. Eliza P. Moody and the late B. P. Hull one of our oldest Mr. and Mrs. James A. Badger, of

with relatives and friends, has Mr. Wesley Nobles, formerly of I Dr. S. W. Moody, of this city. She Reddick subscribers, was among Oldtown in this county, left for Tam-
returned home. She enjoyed a very Mr. Herbert Jones, of the Marion Romeo has recently come to Ocala was born here and has always made. Ocala's visitors Tuesday and as is pa Tuesday to spend the balance of
delightful stay in that state and her Hardware Co., has rented half of the I and will make his home in this cityin thi her home until a little over six his custom 'mid his respects to this the week inspecting the mid-winter
,friends are glad to welcome her .residence on Ft. King avenue recently the future. mcnths tgo when, with her mother, paper in the shape of a bright silver fair attractions. They visited the h
home again. I vacated by Mr. Hewitt and family and she moved to Braidentown, but for dollar. If all of our subscribers wereas Tampa fair last winter and were :>

is having same fixed up in readinessfor Mrs. S. H. Blitch and sons Loomis the past few weeks they have beenin prompt as :Mr. Hull we would need very much pleased with it and expect t

.I Mr. James F. Carlton of New, Or- his occupancy this winter. He is and Landis of Blitchton, went to Jacksonville with Mrs. Moody'ssons no "heart to heart" talks and thingsIn to be more so this winter. =

leans, La., soliciting agent of the At. expecting his mother and cousin Miss Tampa yesterday afternoon to spend Messrs. Sloman Charles and this office would become. merryas ,

lanta and West Point railroad company Whitney, from Boston, Mass., in a several days inspecting the big fair. Maxie Moody. a marriage bell. Ben C. Cody, formerly one of the

; J is in the city for a few days' few days and they will spend the win- She is an attractive and beautiful waits re at the Ocala House, has gone ,
.: Yislt to his father at the Carlton ter in this city. They were here last Mr. J. D. Hobkirk and Miss BessieI.anier I girl and has many friends among the Mr. W. B. McConn a skilled painterand to Brooksville to accept a position in
,house. He came on account of the illness year and made a number of acquain- : both of Citra, were married in young society set in this city and also a former citizen of Ocala nowa the _new Rice hotel. Before leavinghe
of his father, and is delighted to tances who will be glad to know that this city :Monday night by Mr. F. W. among her older friends, many of resident of Crystal River, was in enrolled his name on the subscription

i find him very much better. they are coming again this season. j, notary public. whom will be surprised to learn of Ocala Tuesday. books of the Ocala Banner.
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":!: Style and American Dressmaker Another Drug Store for Ocala. Commissioner's Special Session. The Manner of Man Whitworth is. ....................-......
;T has a real Ierry Christmas" Girl on Mr. Herman Benjamin we are in- Official. Mr. H. H. Whitworth, of Hiawatha
the cover of the December number. formed has rented the corner storeof The board of county commissionersof be-
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Lake Stock near
The contents of the magazine are ful the Holder block now occupied by Marion county met in special ses-
{ ly up to the usual high standard, and Mr. M. Handelsman, and will open a sion on this the 19th day of November longs all honor and glory of being i Biggest II Values s iq i Vis i
in Marion county
it many pretty little suggestions for drug store in same on the first of A. D. 1906. the only breeder

' \wearing apparel 'useful for Christmasifts J; cuary next. It- will be handsomelyfitted Present, H. W. Long, chairman; S. who will be at the show, and when it

: \ are found on its pages. The efforts up.Frank R. Pyles, J. L. Edwards, N. A. Fort is stated that it took four cars to .
'i. of this magazine are devoted toward commissioners.Mr. bring his exhibit of Jersey cows, Du-
ll. lightening the labor, and making Adams didn't do a thingto J. M. Morrow appeared before roc Jersey hogs and fine horses, it
f pleasant the task of the woman that republican candidate over in the board as agent for M. T. Lewman will be evident that he at any rate NEW ARRIVALS i

who sews and all her needs and questions Hamilton county. The official can- & Co., contractors for the new court will da his best to uphold the advan- '
\t receive careful attention. Its vass shows that Mr. Adams was re- house of Marion county, Florida, and tages of his county. Mr Whitworth as e. .
" r readers find it indispensible. This elected to thfe senate by a vote of with Captain MacKay, supervising usual, has a splendid display of hogs,
;f magazine has more and better original 5572 to 184.Starke Telegraph. architect, together with the county an enormous three-year old out- BROWFfS SHOES II
it. designs than any other published. Those outside of the county can't advisor and the board of county com weighing his his large hog shown last I _

_" The designs are simple practical andf."o understand how he was not elected. missioners, discussed blue prints and I year by several pounds, being sure For the Feet.

easy to follow, and patterns may be the contract with the said Lewman & to attract the attention of all visitors ) ,0g
Mr. C. C. Johnson, of Live Oak, is
r'obtAined from all designs shown. Co., and also certain promises made to the show, in addition to which he
now the bookkeeper for Messrs.
t Sample copies of this magazine lOco H. L. Lewman, on behalf of the has hogs of all sizes from mere
I Iby I
Smith & Roberts, vice Mr. Arthur
d *> Subscriptions 100. Address Styles Masters, resigned. 1 company as shown by stenogra- weanlings to full grown' and developed : WARM UNDERWEAR Ia
.11 and American Dressmaker, 24-26 21st. pher's report. Therebeing conflict animals. Among his Jersey hogs

I .i street New York city. between said reports, blue prints and he has some very fine specimens, and For the Body. II
House building house repairing,
contract.It with two colts, full brothers, who are
Death of Mrs. R. L. Martin's Mother. in house Ocala.moving continues to be a fad was ordered that it was necessaryto closely related by blood to the mighty At Prices that will not Pinch the PocketMEN'S I

: News has been received in Ocalaof secure the presence of Mr. H. L. Dan Patch, he is certainly well rep-
the death of Mrs. L. W. Knight, at Lewman, of the firm of Lewman & resenter in the horse stalls. One of .
Louisville Ky.. on the lath of No- To Judge a Remedy.You Co., architects, at the earliest dates these colt, Ta-;o Wilks will be re .
must ]know its father and mother .
rember. The deceased was the mother Iprac;ic.le; Mr. Morrow promising to member 23 a f 'r. 'ear old who was
I of Mrs R. L. Martin of Lake Weir, its, existence.and so understand Ramon's Liver the reason Pills and for take up ae matter by wire with Mr. shown at the last fair and who ..hasi [ PANTS AND D BOYS' SUITS I

and who is well known in this city. Tonic Pellets a treatment for sick Lewman with a view to securing his<.i grown into a beautiful animal while
In response to a telegrain announcing headache, dizziness, pains in the presence at the earliest date possible.It his brother it still at his mother's-
side, and At Cut Prices. I
constipation biliousness is
her mother's illness Martin :
Mrs. based upon the formula of one of was further ordered that''the Nora Bside, many horse fanciers .
Uleft for Louisville on November 12, the greatest physicians ever known. clerk be and he is .hereby directed to prefering him to to his older brother .
but reached her mother's bedside too All druggists will guarantee Ramon's notify W. Chamberlain & Co., by though he has noting like the size
lata to see her alive. She has the Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets to cure wire, that unless their presence is secured that Tago Wilks had when he was .

deep-sympathy of her friends in her sick Whole headache treatment, or refund 25 cents.your money. here at an early date this board shown last year. As proof of the : THE FAIR I
bEorp\yement. will take such action as is necessaryto kind of stock which Mr.' Whitworthsells
Mr. J. Lafayette Miller, one of the dispose and discharge said Cham- mention may be made of the ,

The, New York Tribune has recover- most expert cattle men in the state berlain & Co., architects.It exhibit of a brood of pigs and their .
+ e30Pm its recent scare to say "the was a visitor to Ocala Wednesdayand was ordered that the board adjourn mother being made by M. M. Jetton : A. L. WEBB Prop. "
., democratls party has ceased to be a took in the big circus and enlist- until call which motion carried the mother having been bought at the ,
factor in national affairs." This poor ed Us name among our growing list and board adjourned.H. last fair as a youngster.-Tampa .

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:.. Bones, and Curios-of Pre-Histori Mr. John D. Rockefeller is the rich-i New York-, Nov. 19, 1906. i

> Race May Be Exhibited at James. est man in the United States, but his I Special to the Ocala Banner:
town Exposition. wealth has not made him forgetful of' The Dowager Empress of China has Shoe Talk !

his country or his God. He has contributed in a pleasing manner to

Special to the Ocala Banner. i'!brought up his children in the nur-: the production of the play entitled, '

, Norfolk, Va., Nov. 20.-What archaeologists ture and admonition of the Lord. He "The Daughters of Men," which was
declare will solve the is a devout member of the church' presented here tonight in the Astor ........................N

e., mystery surrounding the ancient and a teacher in the Sunday schoolas theatre for the first time.
mound builders was discovered re- his children are likewise. He likes The contribution of the Dowager
t. cently in'one of a series of hills along America and her institutions. He has Empress is a cloak worn by Miss Lastveek a man came into our store and

the Illinois river, in that state. The never sought foreign titles for his Grace Filkins, and it is declared that

: ii. "find" shows traces of handicraft of sons nor daughters. He is plain in point of magnificance nothing likeit said to one of the clerks. "Give me a pair of

i. past ages and the bones of those and simple in his tastes and is by has ever been seen in this country.It .

,. wno wrought it. Several skeletons no means an autocrat. His ear is is worth several thousand dollars.It Shoes like I have on my feet I bought these
t were exhumed more than, eight feet open to the cry of the needy and the is true that the amiable ,empressdid

long, also pieces of quaint pottery t ggar at his door is never turned not intend the wrap as a stage here Saturday before last Christmas they are
r Under the bones of the ancient dead away empty handed. This at leastis attribute and doesn't even know that \

were found vases, the largest of which : the reputation he enjoys among she was going to make her,debut. Two 1
Lion Brand and I for them.
'" paid $2.23
) are capable of holding more than his ufghbors. His benefactions are years ago when Miss Filkins, who in

p two gallons while under a skull was the most magnificent of any in Amer- private life is the wife of Captain

r x unearthed a bowl in the center of ica. There are no strings tied to Marix, of the United States Navy, was He got the Shoes alright and novve

; ./ which is a well fashioned figure of a his gifts. He has endowed churches, commanded by the empress to appear -

.,. '" king seated upon a crude throne. It hospitals and universities. He is be- at the royal palace with her i want to sell you a pair of them.

,' Is believed by scientists that these nevolent in his charities and is a phi- husband, her smart attire *won the
f bone s may be those of a great leader lanthropist right. admiration of her host. Miss Filkinsin

L i of the race that once ruled this por i He delights in worshipping God "in turn fairly raved in ecstasy over a i '. t e We Handle The o* <.e 2I
tion of the country. I the beauty of holiness," and this ho- white crepe coat shown her as an example -

.' Strangest of all the articles found liness to him is in the simplest and of what the imperial wardrobe '

*' with the bones were implements that most unpretentious way possible. could offer. The garment was covered I

II- are apparently made of bamboo, some Why should such a man be crimi- with embroidery depicting historical Lion Brand" Shoes

them evidently shaped for the purf' nally indicted? Who is it that does I events in Chinese history, and was

pose of weaving. Countless beads not believe it to be a political sop the work of the most noted artistsin

1 were found in the mound of a strange thrown to Erebus? the empire. i For Men, in Twelve Styles:

material almost white, and possibly The Standard Oil company, whatever When the empress saw how delighted -
S made from the best of potter's clay. may be its other sins, has never her guest was with the robe she

Another interesting and curious profited by our iniquitous tariff laws I insisted that she accept it as a gift, i Plain Toe, Cap Toe, Imitation Cap, Blucher,
b "find" is a shell shaped dish with a and has not made its money by be- and this Miss Filkins did after being! I'

:. wolfs head, the work on which leaves, ing granted "special privileges. It i told that her refusal would be an af i Z'Congress Leather Lined alsoin leathers;
: 4
t:4 no doubt that it was carved, even the has made its wealth by the exerciseof I front. It was worn during the playas -

t,5' teeth of the wolf gleaming from it, its talents and the work of its an evening wrap. i Pat. Leather, Box Calf Velour Calf and ; \
Y and as exquisitely executed as some hands. It has never sold its products i

l of the ivory carving of the Japanese. I(Cheaper to the foreign consumer than CALIFORNIA'S GREAT ORANGE: Vici Kid.

J, Thousands of persons are being attracted *r the home buyer. By pursuing the CROP. i _
to the scene of the excava- commercial motto so long honored in
.. The Price of all
cation by the news of the wonderful i this country that "competition is the :
to the Ocala Banner.
, discoveries. The soil of the mound 'life of trade," it managed to be victorious Los Angeles, Calif., Nov. 21.-It is t Except the Box Calf is. $ 2 23

has never been disturbed and to this over its competitors by selling now estimated, with certainty, that s
, fact is attributed the marvelous preservation the output of oil cheaper than
the season's orange crop in this state I
F of the things taken from they were enabled to do and so madea while being excellent in quality will We have a full line of Shoes for Men
it. monopoly of the business but steadily ,
than last ,
be somewhat larger year
t" Eminent archaeologists are unanimous cheapened its price. The consumer -I
possibly by one thousand cars or Women and Children and is '
.r in the opinion that the mound has always been the beneficiary at more. our guarantee

is pre-historic burying ground, greater its hands. And to the I
. + a cheapen priceof
x In south California in some districts -
in extent'and more perfectly pre- products especially natural pro- the crop is slightly lighter I that after you have worn a pair of our Shoes
served than any yet discovered, and ducts-it does not seem to us to bea
than last year but this deficiency will
is valuable contribution definitely crime. and don't think that
J a very great be offset by the larger sizes. you you have received
settling many mooted points. Suppose the railroads of the country -
Taking all facts into considerationthe
,,: An effort is being made not only to were to voluntarily reduce the I Z worth will refund.
crop is more satisfaC't"H'Q your moneys we the
V secure this' remarkable "find" in its price of freight and passenger travel I last season's one. you

would there be an outcry about it? I full
Exposition I purchase price.
We have yet to see jthe firs: man
determining\ the history of this race who has entered a complaint about

I f and extinct race of people. the The high sin price of of the kerosene Standard oil.Oil com- Will Not .Reconsider His Order for .......................... ........:....................................

? r i -' THE NEW PACIFIC ROUTE. Disbanding Negro Troops.
be in
pany seems to cheapening the

Special to the Ocala Banner. price.We New York, Nov. 21.-A cablegramfrom :
have seen the retail price
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 21-The new President Roosevelt declining to
steadily drop in this city from $2 per
Grand Trunk Pacific across the conti- suspend his order discharging colored i
gallon to less than 20 cents per gal-
Tiger $1.59 Velvet i
Brand '
neift through Canada and British pos troops of the Twenty-fifth regiment $1.39 4f

s sslons, when completed, will shorten on.An I unless the facts as known to him are
ialividual who has been instruments
Me distance between Now York and shown to be false, but expressing his Lion Brand $2.23
I in doing this it seems to us I Satin Brand SI.59
J 'Yokahoma 1,500 miles over the San hs not wronged his fellow man to willingness to hear new facts bearing I
in the case, was made public today by -
f J'Francisco f route, 500 over the Canadian I
nIJ' great extent. Leopard Brand $2.48
tJ Pacific route and fully as much over Gilchrist Stewart, of the Constitutional t Silk Brand $2.23
League. Mr. Stewart cabled to
the Hill routes. The nsw route will : ,
pass through the great wheat grow-' President Roosevelt at Ancon Pana Everlasting Brand, $2.74 i

regions of Manitoba, Assinabiaand ma, as follows:
ing Special to the Ocala Banner. Lady Essex 82 98
Alberta for about 1,000 miles and. New York, Nov. 20.-Produce dealers "Republican county committee unanimously Walkabout Brand $3.23 .
denounced discharge of col- ,
will. then enter the rich mineral regions announce that turkeys for the I
!ored Parsons, CHcott, Bennett, ,'
of British Columbia. The Pal Thanksgiving market supply will be troops. :

: cifis terminal will be on the Skeen very plentiful this year therefore ;committee petitioning department. We also have Full Line f We also have a Full Line J
I river where a city called Prince Ru- charges will be moderate. High prices I t. Newspapers emphatic. Developmentsand a i it

pert is being built. last season started many new producers I new facts warrant. Ask immediate t : : v

The road is being constructed with but, owing to the very wet spring suspension order." of Plow Shoes. | of cheap Work Shoes. tOUR
V The president's reply contained
a all possible dispatch.
and unexperienced handling, the cropis >t

BIG CHURCH MERGER--PLANNED. though not near at the as same large time as it, it should is much be. ", following"Unless: facts as known to me arei .......................................................................

V i i shown to be false, the order will under -
largsr than for rome years past. Kentucky -
$V $ Special to the Ocala Banner: this season has a very hanu- no circumstances be revoked, LINE OFCHILDRENS'
" Pittsburg. Pa., Nov. :21.-The movement and I shall not for one moment con-
some supply but most of this will be
to merge the Congregational, sider suspending it on a simple alle
handled by the Armours. In the west
Methodist, Protestant and United gation that there are new facts until S HOE S
I and southwest the crop is normal,
Brethren churches into one body is these new facts are laid before me.
I with the exception of Texas, which is
now almost an assured fact. A large saidj to have a falling off of 10 to 20 Inform any persons having new factsto Are the Best to be Had For The Money.
meeting of the ministers of the de- have them in shape to lay beforeme
per cent. This will not, however,
nominations mentioned is being held return, and I will
today to discuss the subject. The markets much effect, as the prices shipping in the rates eastern to consider at once whether on my or not any further i ........ ............................$....................................

movement has been in progress for action be called for.
five The years.consolidation the churches river eastern are points prohibitive.west of the Missouri "THEODORE ROOSEVELT." Pick out any of the above brands and send '

'r into one body to be known as the the also
United church will give the new organization ENGLISH ARCHITECT FOR WASHINGTON A Hint to Platt and Depew. us price description of what kind of

Congressman Pollard, of Nebraska, I-

I .(., 1,250,000 and a make membership it one of of about the -CATHEDRAL. returns to the government $1,865, of shoe you want and we will send you a pairon

Special to the Ocala Banner: a salary he did not earn, because his
strongest Protestant churches in the \
,world. London, Nov. 21.-Mr. G. F. Dod- district had no representation from the next train.

kin, sailed for Washington today at March 4 to July 7, 1904. This suggests -
the invitation of the dean and chap the inquiry, did our senators
F 1 : ter of the Episcopal Cathedral thereto take any of their salaries when the f If not satisfactory your money refunded.

Special, to the Ocala Banner. prepare preliminary plans for a sovereign empire state of New York

: London, Eng., Nov. 21.-Since the new cathedral. The style of the ca- had no representation in the senate : Nothing for you to loose.

first of the present year the shipments thedral is to be Fourth Century for many months and should have had,

of from Japan to Eu Gothic. since we have the metropolis of our

,: -- .J amount copper to 10,000,000 as comParrope Henry Vaughn, a Boston architect, country, the entrepot of foreign com- ......................................................................... 1

: 'ed with 60,000 during the same period who was formerly a pupil of :Mr. Dod- merce, immigration, etc.? With Mr. .

of 1905. Large copper fields are kin, will become a partner of his old Depew we can, .of course, chance It -

::V 'V .daily being opened up in Japan and master in the work. Bodley was a pupil "tat he did, after the Equitable annual Buy a pair Shoes from us once and ,

k the latest improved machinery from of Sir Gilbert Scott. fee for doing nothing was accepted. you

; America is being introduced. It is Jacksonville's His colelague, "Me Too" Platt, will for ever be our customer.
postoffice receipts
estimated that tn,. the course of a being president of the United States
for the year ending June 30, 1906,
V short time Japan will be one of the Express company, whose $25,000 he.

7 4 Y. world.largest copper producers in the $86,938.06.170pege were $182,053.50.. In 1900 they were accepts Washington whether, his absence in New from York sworn or .......................... ..............................................

-- duty is subject to question also.-Vae
Made Happy for Life. note size tablet, good ink Victis in the New York World. Pay Us a Visit.Variety
/' paper[ for 4 cents at the Variety Store. .

: Great happiness came into the
!&.: T V home of S. C. Blair, school superintendent '
,ir, at S. Aioans, W. Va., when CORRECTED LICENSE LIST. The
B.3 V his little daughter was restored from
>> the dreadful complaint he names. He The following corrections are made in the report of licenses issued
says: "My little daugnter had St. Vi. heretofore published: ,
tus' Dance, whic- yielded to no treat From October 1, 1904 to October 1,1905.
.ment but grew steadily worse until 256-R. B. Clark, turpentine still, .. .. .. ... .. .. 25 00 25 00 Marcus Frank and Thos.
as a last resort we tried Electric Bitters From October 1, 1904, to October 1,1905. H. Harris
; and I rejoice to say, three bottles 265-J. R. Blackiston, standing stallion, .. .. .: '.. 5 00 2 50 1 c
effected a complete cure." Quick, 336-J. H. Butler, merchant, .. .. .. .'. .. .. .. 3 00, .1 50
sure cure for nervous complaints, gen. From October 1, 1905, to October 1,1906. ; .
eral debility, female weaknesses, impoverished 355-McKean Lumber Co., merchants, .. .. ., .. ." eo 9 00 '4 50 Ocala
blood and malaria. Guar- From October 1, 1905, to October 1,1906. Florida0r i
anteed by Tydings & Co., druggists.m. 393-W. K Zewadski, lawyer. .. .. .. .'? ... .. .. .. .. 10 00 5 00 : : :: : :
Price 50 cents. JOSEPH BELL, County, Judge, .... ...... .... ...... ..... .... !

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IIi The Ocala House under its new -

A beautiful social event of the . management has opened its dining

week was the reception given on Ocala was the first interior city to room doors for the winter and the For Colds and A Finds It An

Thursday evening by Miss Margaret put in a telephone system. first meal was served Thursday.The .
Ii Excellent &m Remedy. ri
OY4 Eagleton in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Ocala was the first interior city to opening of this hotel means

George Hendree Harrison of this conduct a wholesale business. much for Ocala and the event is al '

city, whose marriage took place in Ocala was the first interior city to ways looked forward to with much
: : Griffin, Ga., on. the fourth of September. operate a cold storage plant. interest as it adds greatly to Ocala's '

Ocala was the first interior city to business activity. ..: t

0 The Eagleton home on Ocklawaha erect a city market. Since the purchase of the Ocala

avenue has beautiful decorative possi- Ocala was the first interior city to House by the late J. F. Edwars it ., t

bilities and Thursday evening was_ erect a water supply. has catered the best patronage and ,. ,:...:. -, -
ttpttoi UuiMin, fck., "'"".
daintily and effectively decorated Ocala was the first interior city to the hotel has achieved a reputation
A Letter From
it smilax and bamboo constituting the possess a cylinder press. unsurpassed by any hotel in Florida the Cx-Govcrnor

principal decorations. The color motif Ocala was the first interior city to and the present management proposesto Oregon

was white and green and these establish a national bank. maintain this reputation at all haz- The Ex-Governor of Oregon !. in t

colors were prettily combined allover Ocala was, the first interior city to ards. The best help that money can continually ardent admirer in the of Peruna.home. lie keeps il

a. the house. procure has been engaged and the
erect a German hotel.
A letter received from him read., M
Miss Eagleton received her guests Ocala was the first interior city to very best service will be given. Every follows: F

with gracious cordiality. She wore a have a paid fire department.It detail will be thoroughly looked S' DxraaTlli21T.J I

white chiffon decollete gown and was Ocala citizens who started after and no pains will be spared to EXECUTIVE t

I POWDERY was a sweet and charming hostess. the first stock farm in Florida. contribute to the comfort and pleasure The Pernna Medicine Columbui Co.,, Ohio. .

Mrs. Harrison the attractive honor of its guests.
: Ocala was the first interior city to DearSlrs-t have bad occasion to
Absolutely Pure guest, wore her wedding gown of erect three-story brick blocks. I Sir. Maloney has had hotel experience use your Peruna medicine la my I.meIly t

white chiffon trimmed with real lace Ocala was the first interior city to I in the hustling and busy west for colds, and It proved to be aa

{ J A Cream of Tartar Powder and she carried an armful of bride's establish large bottling works. 'I and will use this experience for promoting caston excellent to use remedy.It for other I have ailments.not had oc

; I free from alum or phostphatic roses. The absence of Mr. Harrisonwas Ocala is the first interior city to the best interests of the Yours very truly, IV. M. Lord.It

very greatly regretted but several have one of its Ocala House. .
acid buildings supplied will be noticed that tho Governor
l days before the reception he with steam heat. We trust that the citizens of Ocala lay. he has not had occasion to UH

was taken quite sick with la grippe Ocala was the first interior city to will hold up his hands and contributeas Peruna for other ailments.

HAS HO SUBSTITUTE and was unable to leave his room. erect an Industrial Home for colored far as possible in making the The reason for this it that molt other

Receiving in the hall and assistingin people. I Ocala House not only the "pride of ailments begin with a cold.

:t the different reception rooms were Ocala was the first interior city to Ocala" but the pride of the travelling Using Peruna promptly to relieve

the following ladies: Mrs. F. T. erect a steam laundry. public and a popular resort for the colds. he protects his family n.'

\ HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN, MR. W. T. WHEELER TO BE Schreiber Miss Hattie Dye, Mrs. C. S. Ocala was the first city in the in- tourists and sightseer.Mr. other ailments.

?l MARRIED TO A TEXAS GIRL. Cullen, Mrs. E. L. Carney and Miss terior to erect an exclusive French Maloney will be assisted in This is what every other family the

MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. I(I Edith Piatt. bakery. the office by Mr. R. T. Adams, Mr. O. Jnited States should do. Keep Perun

;t 1 Local Editor. :Mr. Isaac Crutcher has issued invitations In the back parlor the two hand- Ocala was the first interior city to B. Howse and Mr. Walter Briggs and in the boose.

to the marriage of his some punch bowls were presidedover begin the publication of a daily Mrs. Maloney will also personally as- Used Pe-ru-na In the Family Ellht I
Captain Allen Gibson was a -promii daughter Annie Louise, and Mr. Wil- by Mrs. J. C. B; Koonce, Miss paper. sist in the management of the house. Years.

nent visitor to Ocala on Friday.Mr. liam Tarver Wheeler on the eveningof Emily Ford, Mrs. F. G. Dittmer and Ocala was the first interior Already the Ocala House has a Mrs.Josephine Glllen,845 Morris St.,
city to
'J i Wednesday, November twenty- Mrs. Townley Porter and in the dining introduce Mergenthaler large list of arrivals.Mr. Portland, Ore., member Patrons of

W. E. Fosnot, of East Lake first in the First Methodist church room Mrs. B. A. Weathers and ting machine. type set Husbandry, writes:

:: Weir, was in the city on business at Tyler, Texas. Mrs D. S. Woodrow sat at the table Ocala was the first interior and Mrs. Henry H. Hunt will "Pernna has proven itself of such untold .

Friday.Dr. Mr. Wheeler resided in Ocala several -and poured the coffee. city to be the guests shortly of Mr. and Mrs. value tons that we are glad to give

years and was in the lumber bus- The dining room looked exceedingly put down a system of paved streets. Oliver Grant Weston. Mr. and Mrs. it due praise. We have had it in the

Eaton Lindner, Anthony's pop- iness here. He left this city a little pretty and the serving table was Ocala was the first interior city to Hunt are the brother and sister of home for more than eight yean.

*' ular young physician, was visiting in over two years ago for Big Sandy, simply and beautifully arranged with operate an ice plant. Senator and Mrs. McLauren of Miss- "It restores health in a few short
Ocala Ocala was the first interior city to weeks takes headaches and back
Friday. Texas away
R and since resided in that white satin ribbon and smilax and issippi.
maintains two daily newspapers. aches, increases the appetite and restores -
state. His Ocala friends will be in-
the silver and glittering cut glass
t. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Frazer, of Sum- terested in the announcement of bis Ocala was the first interior city to Mrs. H. K. Smith who has been lost nerve force. It is a speciflofor
dishes were beautiful. Salad
aerfleld. spent Friday in Ocala. Mrs. approaching marriage. very own and operate its own electric spending the past six months at Eliza- colds and catarrh."

Frazer was formerly Miss Effie Mitchell sandwiches coffee mints y-eam and light plant. bethtown, Ky., arrive home Friday Every family should be provided witha
] cake were served by Misses ,ue An- Ocala of Dr. Ilartman'a free book on
;\ was the first interior to copy
Death of a Little Child. city ternoon. Friends are delighted to
derson, Thurber Gore, Caroline Pas- introduce the "Cnronic Catarrh." Addreu Dr. 3. B.
Flourney Farris the little four automobile and erecta welcome her home again.
year Columbus) Ohio.
Mr. W. H. Collins. Miss Virginia teur, Janet Weathers and Annie Atkinson ilartman. ,
old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Farris, garage.
white and
and tones
Collins an Mrs. W. F. of green Ocala
Lowry Ho- was the first interior city to
died their home
at at Inglis Friday
used in the cake and
mosassa. were shopping in Ocala Fri- were coloring have first class
? department store
morning after a short illness. The EIJL: -i-iL-----
ay. remains reached here on the evening cream. conducted entirely by colored people. ii
The music for this delightful recep-
train and the funeral was held in was the first interior city to
:Mr. Fred T. Lewis of Norfolk, Va., tion was furnished by a stringed erect a foundry and
this city Saturday, the burial taking works.
t who will be Mr. Roess' best man on band, who were concealed behind a Ocala the first Cold
place at the old cemetery.The interior city to Storageof
in the hall.
the evening of his marriage to Miss little screen erect a palatial hotel for the enter-
one was
Mary Anderson has arrved in the city, youngest During the evening about one hun- tainment of the tourist travel.
child of Mr. and Mrs. Farris and
and is the guest of Mr. Roess. a dred ladies and gentlemen called to Ocala the first
was interior
brother to of Jackson- city to
Judge Farris
meet Mr. and Mrs. Harrison and this
ville. The the sympathy construct its buildings within a given
!r Highest In quality but in the reach family have first large evening event of the win- area entirely of brick.
of their friends in their be-
eVE'T'body-Blue Ribbon Lemon great ter season was a most delightful one. I
tot reavement.Mr. Ocala was the first interior city or .
_, and Vanilla. Absolutely pure go otherwise, to promote the mining of We beg to annuounce to the .
twice as far and the "Blue Ribbon Will Practice Medicine in Ocala. phosphate.,

;Flavor" is perfection. Ask for the 25 Sam T. Christian who has Dr. Harry C. Dozier, we are informed Ocala was the first city in Floridato public that we are ready to

cent size. been spending several weeks at his will shortly open offices in Ocala
organize a company for the sink-
'-. old home in Alabama and with friends for the practice of medicine. He will ing of an oil well. cure Meats. We GUARAN-.
i Mr. and Mrs. Myron Jackson re i in Georgia reached home Friday af have offices in the Holder block as
Ocala was the first interior city to
turned home Friday afternoon from ternoon. He was met at the train by soon as they are completed and will TEE SATISFACTION and
get together a mid-winter exposition.
Gainesville, where they visited Mrs. many of his friends who were anx- make a specialty of children's dis -
Ocala was the first city in Floridato
i. Jackson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. .ious to greet his bride. But they eases. solicit ;; _
give birth to a big national party. your patronage .?
k W. Jackson, during the reunion festivities. -i were sadly disappointed because there Dr. Dozier is a graduate of the
Ocala is the only city on earth
t was no Mrs. Christian. Sam says that University of Pennsylvania and after 1.
that has
a rushing river underneath it
the card received in this city an- his graduation practiced medicinefor
Mrs J. J. Pyles is able to be up after and makes its sewer system an already OCAL0 ICE a
.nouncing his marriage was simply a about a year at Columbia, S. C. a
solved .
severe illness 'of two weeks. problem.And
a Joke gotten up on him by some of He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John
The friends of her youngest son Sam, because of her enterprise
his friends. Dozier, of this city, and with his
will regret to learn that he was taken Ocala is the biggest little city on
wife and little girl has been in Ocala
sick several days ago and hope earth.Dr. .
quite several months the guests'of his
More Real Estate Changes Hands. for ,
that he will soon be all right again.
Another real estate sale has been parents.Dr. Powers Purchases Mr. N. M. All-

consummated in Ocala, which will Dozier's Ocala friends will be red's Residence.Dr. ---
Mrs. Albert Davis has returned tot
mean the erection of one more hand- glad to know that he will reside per- W. H. Powers has just purchased LANDS.
Ocala from a visit of ten days tot
i some home in this city. manently in this city and hope that the residence on Wautula street

:1 t. Jacksonville in this city and with will her spend mother the Mrs.winter Mr. Thomas, who is in the phos- he will be very successful in the., next to theEpiscopal church from If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent;

M. D. Juhan. Mr. Davis will also phate business and who comes to practice of his profession. Major G. M. Hubbarjl agent for Mr. or if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing,

Ocala from Citrus county, has bought N. M. Allred.
k /ipend most of the winter in this city. turpentining or lumber purposes,
... ___ __ from Mrs. Carrie K. Benton a lot on Judge Mabry Weds. Dr. Powers will have the house repainted -
.; Summerfield avenue, two lots this Hon. Milton H. Mabry,: ex-judge of and will make a number of Write to '
: of Elks are
The Gainesville lodge
; side of the residence of :Mrs. C. C. the supreme court and at present other Improvements and will move

'. erecting a very handsome home in Todd and we are informed that he secretary of that body, was marriedin his family into the same in a few BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.
that city. This lodge has been organized -
expects to begin at once the erectionof Louisville, Ky., on November the ,weeks.
r Ocala lodge and
since the a handsome residence and will fifteenth to Miss Irene Washburn. After Since the departure of Mr. Allred OCALA, FLORIDA.

now have about one hundred and fifty move his family to this city. a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. and family from Arizona his home has .....
t --- --
t: members and will soon own very Mr. Thomas is originally from North Mabry will make their home in Tal- been occupied by Mrs. Allred's pa- -

i c handsome quarters. What happened Carolina and is a very pleasant gen- lahassee. rents, Major and Mrs. G. M. Hubbard. I W. A. KNIGHT. L. E. LANG.ANNOUNCEMENT. .

:' to the Ocala Elk's home and opera tleman. He and his family will be Judge :Mabry is a widower and is Mrs. Hubbard and her son, Mr. Lu-

house? I very acceptable additions to Ocala 55 years of age. His son was married .cien Hubbard, expect to join Mr. and \ \ '

t .and we welcome them. just a few weeks ago to Miss Mabel i:Mrs. Allred at Prescott some time in
J. Nichols, the horse dealer of
Hugh Robe ', of Tampa. I .
December and will spend the winterin .
this place and Ocala returned from that city. Later on they will be. We have just purchased the Wagon and Harness bush p s of Messrs.

I Atlanta, where he wept to buy horses I An Accident. Hog and Hominy.We Joined by Major Hubbard who will S. A. S |,dIey & Company, and propose to add to the stock of goods every.
While out in the forest several
_.. and mules. lie certainly bought some i can't boast as rich land as Gov- short In Arizona. thing tlgfct: needful to make it aCOMPLETE LINE in every sense of

_. of the finest mules that were ever miles northeast of the city Friday afternoon ernor Broward claimed a part of the spend The a Ocala friends while of these two families the word. are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the market

r brought Into the state. It is the Impression on a hunting expedition, Col- Everglades to be; but we have herein ,hope that it will not be long ; also sec jjfemakes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great variety
the people that Nichols onel V. J. Shipman had a narrow escape of the very of vehicfelSzvker of which we stand ready to fully guarantee. ,
among Washington county some
before they will return to this city.
dealer from serious injury. He was, in
Keeps the best stock of any most fertile lands in this end of the Grade
sells stock In nearly company with Mr. A. T. Swartz, driv- High Buggies, Serviceable Carriages,
k In the state. state, and this we can prove. The
the woods when his bug- I FRECKLES AND PIMPLES Unexcelled ,Harness
through Wagons
Florida '
section of south : ,
:V every land is high and dry, and requires .
gy struck a stump and threw'himonto REMOVED In Ten Lap Robes Etc. Etc. '
t'Sumtentne Times. little work to prepare It for culti Days.Nadinola. \
the dash board and the front
vation. The tiller of the soil can find ;
Rachel Roess and her daughter wheels of the vehicle. The horse Turpentine Wagons Specialty.
:Mrs. r.o better "hog and hominy" sectionin a
MIlS Lillian Roess, of Oil City, broke loose and came to the city and the state-Washington County Ver The Complexion

pa. have arrived In Ocala to spend the hunters had to secure the ser- di ct. I I IMr.j Beautifier is endorsed We are Always In Position to Meet the Prices of legitimate"Competition.

weeks. after which they will vices of a team to bring them and ty thousand
several :
go to St Petersburg to spend a por- the Injured buggy to town. I Curtis representing the Cole of grateful ladies,and We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine

1 tl<., of the winter. They came especially While nothing more serious hap- Brothers big circus, says that Ocala i"" guaranteed to remove and Farm Wagon.Knight .

to be present at the mar pened than a 'painful bruise on the is the biggest little town he has t e all facial discolorations -

Mr. M. J. Col.'s side and a broken set of har- E and restore the
riage of Mr. son, struck in the south. R -A .
Roess and Miss Mary Anderson which ness, it might have been worse had beauty of youtu. Tie & Lang
worst cues in twenty days. 50c. and $1.00at
tikes place on the evening of November not the harness given away when itI I All 'we ask is a fair trial Spencer's all leading j-ug itores or By icaiL ,

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Under the startling title "From Well, it is over; that is mostly. For I Under the above caption Editor Between you and me.

FRANK HARRIS, Editor. In discussing those indictuents I Peat to Paper in Two' Hours," James lack of proper information, the mud- Russell, of the Palatka News, treatsus You've got to brace Jr-
P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. against certain members of the i Cooke Mills describes, in the Technical dling up of the issues by those whose to another of his delightful hu Or you won't have a place -,

Standard Oil company the New York World Magazine for December, interest it was to do so, the drainage man-interest editorials. Here it is: In the next race.

Times says: a wonderful industry which has sprungup amendment was defeated by a very "She was a little woman, very old The other side Is going some.

"No other disclosures concerningthe in Michigan. By a peculiar process handsome majority, that like Banquo's and feeble, but she still retained all And it will get there

Standard Oil will be more interesting which the author details, the peat is ghost will rise up later to torment the the womanly vanities of her youth. For fair

to the public than a statement converted into cardboard, finished, souls of some of our statesmen for She was apologizing for the appearance If you don't open your wAnd *

showing the course of the ,priceof weighed, and tied in packages ready either knowing or not knowing that of her little hands bent and get wiseS .

oil since 1870 and a comparison of for shipment-all in two hours, and they were misleading the people.It misshapen with age and rheumatism, the situation. '

the price exacted in non-competitive at a cost of $S a ton whereas the seems to be a fact that the most and her voice quivered( with emotionas This nation .

territory with the monopoly is willingto straw board, now in use costs over powerful weapon used in the defeatof she referred to the time when men Wants a square 'Jal,

: accept competitive territory. Such I $20 a ton to produce. It is not a the drainage amendment was the paid homage and women were enviousof Which it will apjK*l ,

an exhibit would be a valuable con- matter of paper and pencil plans one hammered and beat into the headsof her shapely, delicate hands, which To the people for, and1 they :
tribution to the discussion of the : and theoretical profits either, for the people that if the amendmentwas were never used other than to indite Won't come your way r

effect of trusts upon prices. The pro- I twenty-four hours a day, six days a adopted the people of the state billet-douz or dabble in paints. As long as you line up with money.

.:. M.tt.: The Banner, believing these motors and organizers of trusts have week, for several months; and turning would be taxed untold mililons to pay "Not a line or wrinkle on her now As long as you let the great / \

at the top well able to take care of justified themselves by the argument out about thirty tons of the fift- for the drainage of the Everglades, feeble hands came there through work: Exert their might

S themselves, has taken its stand in the from the "economic concentration." ished work daily. All that the plant and that the internal improvementboard for herself. S Against the right

: barricades ,with the common people I They have declared that great organ- can produce is at present being used.in would just jump onto every little "You have met these little old ladies And boss the legislate

: and its fight will be made for the bet izations dealing with commodities in the manufacture of cartons, bj pond, from Manatee to Escambia, these social butterflies of a past By gosh! 7

: torment of those at the bottom. large masses were able to effect mate- makers of breakfast foods and other and cut all sorts of holes, and play generation. Their condition is pItIful This is no josh. ..

I rial savings in me cost of productionand food products. The finished productis the devil generally, when a 'plain isn't it? And take It from me -'

putting on the market, of which superior to the cardboard made; reading of the amendment proposed -5 j
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1906. "A smooth, satin skinned pink tinted That the G. O. P.,

tne consumer gets the benefit." from straw or wood pulp in several[ showing these arguments to be pre hand tiny and well shaped is Has got to break the fettersOf '2

i \ A statement showing the price of ways. The passing of the peat pulp posterous. The amendment itself enough to make any woman proud, steel and oil and coal '.

U : South Carolina' is having the coldest oil-illuminating and lubricating oils over hot rolls in the process of man prevents the board from going outsideof but if she keeps it at the expenseof And rail and meat and. sugar,

weather within the memory "of -we are confident will make a show ufacture brings to the surface of the the drainage district to tax any- her duties, there is not much If they would reach the goal
..' the, oldest inhabitants. ing entirely creditable to the Stand- paper the natural oil of the peat, and thing, and makes the land that is charm in it. Of any party answeringA

4 ard Oil company.As makes the surface of the finished[ benefitted only pay for it. We are The hand of the woman who toilsin party's highest call-

Vice President Fairbanks has wir a clerk in a store we have measured product waterproof and anticeptic. not kicking because the amendmentwas her home, and which is seamed The welfare of the people

: I ed that' he will attend the great midwinter out many a barrel of keroseneoil Besides this peat paper is lacking in defeated. We are interested in and gnarled from daily contact with The greatest good for all.

b I fair now on in Tampa. for which the purchaser paid at the odor which straw or wood pulp It only as a matter of state policy, the broom, and darkened with dish Now, G. O. P., you've got to

the rate of fifty cents per quart and paper possesses. The peat cardboardis but are condemmng the means used : water and soapsuds, receives little Make good in this regard,
President Roosevelt acted as"stoker" r never once complained that the also extremely tough. to defeat it. praise from the world. Or you will get the lemon,

; on board the war ship price was high because the oil was I Here is a chance for the Everglades So far as the election of this county "The world ought to praise but it And get it fierce and hard.

.. that took him to Panama. He Is al so much better, safer and cheaper than, 'country to blossom as the rose, drain is concerned, a little wench by the doesn't. See? f'

ways strenuous. r sperm oil, "burning fluid," and other age or no drainage.-Pensacola News. name of Pandora slipped in and open "The mother who sews for her That's me

illuminating oils that were used before I ed her box, turning loose all kinds of children until the forefinger on her Talking, and if you ain't a clamYou'll
Anna Gould has secured an abso introduction of kerosene. This A Call for Volunteers. the \
; the evil-among others the defeat of right hand looks like a nutmeg graterdoes isten to your Uncle Sam. .

lute divorce from her titled husband,, was In the years mentioned by the I The American Sunday School Un democratic nominee for the legislature not see much loveliness in herhands -W. L. Lampton In the New York

but has to pay alimony to the grace New York Times, to-wit: 1863-1870. ion wants Christian men and womenin by a socialist. As all of the but her children do, and when World. ,

less fellow of $3 ,000 annually. This was before the Standard Oil Florida, as volunteer Sunday newspapers in the county are sup- she bakes bread and pies and cakes

company was organized. Since the school workers. Wherever there is posed to be democratic, some kind and does the hundred and one little A Great Gathering.

The president's safe arrival at Pan organization of this company the priceof a community without a Sunday school of a reflection might be made, but things-nay, the thousand onethatcome : There will be a gathering of Sunday -

ama considering the mishaps that: refined oil has been gradually reduced the people should be called togetherand then it is only reasonable to suppose in her household routine, think: school superintendents. pastors
have befallen the ships of the United I from two dollars gallon school Those who
a organized.
per vegetables just
that as our early are .
you that her hands are not beautiful? and teachers in the city of Jacksonville
: States navy- is noted with rejoicing. until it now retails at eighty-five cents organize the schools must take charge coming in, that a very considerable "Beautiful! They are divine! because Deecmber 4-6, on the occasionof

for five gallons.If of them, or find some one else who number of democrats in this countygot needle 4
every prick every scar the state Sunday school convention.Mr. .
Pittsburg is so crime ridden that: lessening the price of an article will. All who are interested, and the loco weed mixed up with their I i
every burn, every line tells a storyof J. H. McLaurin, of Jacksonville,
councils Increased the police force 20 to the consumer makes for the gen know where schools should be Bradentown Herald.
organ turnips.-
hard work, actuated by love and is in charge of the local arangements.Write t1
; per cent. One woman was nailed L eral welfare then the Standard Oil ized, should not hesitate to write to fostered devotion.
by him for
particulars. Amongthe
: dawn by her hands. Her husband is entitled to rank high in Rev. Busier General Missionary
company Ray Senor Pedro Alvarado, the successful
arrested. "These are the hands which are speakers will be Dr. H. M. Ham- i
was the public estimation for we are cognizant Avon Park Fla., who will be,
Mexican miner who it is believed ,
beautiful. These the fingers which are Ill, the great Sunday school specialist f
df the fact that it has conferred gla to give instruction and all need
made from seventy-five to one hun
tapered and slim. These the palms of the M. B. church South. Also
Atlanta papers have found an boon to an indigent famiiy ed
other a many help. dred and fifty million dollars in his that look like the heart of a soft pink t Mr. Marion Lawresce. I
thing in ,
which Georgia leads
.. by lessening the price of kerosene I mining operations wants to payoff
-: ine world. There are 600 ordained oil which now is almost a household I Another high roller has "bit the rose. General Secretary' sad

: Baptist ministers in the state without necessity and especially in districts dust." Slow horses fast women. lavish he public debt ,of our sister republic "Casual observers may not see any Pearee of Chicago. Tev..Dternatlooal'I'::

pastorates.-Pensacola Journal. hospitality in the "White light"district and is now on a visit to the city of these exterior signs of extreme Superintendent oC the
where there are no gas nor electric
and the backing of prizefighters of Mexico with this object in view. beauty, but they are there, as sure Association. The profran Is a very 4

There light plants. who could not fight were the Senor Alvarado argues that as this as fate and those who know, and who strong oae. Bvery Swfay aefaoo! in '% '
are good men in all parts of
If there is such thing as a
any cause of placing Arthur C. Rabbitt! gold was taken from Mexican soil it
ibf world. Word comes to that have profited by these hands, see in the state may Mad cfotegftU The ';
us "good trust" it is our humble opinion in the dock of the New York Market I
therefore belongs to all the of '
Pedro Alvarado, who dug $150,000.OOV .. them models fitted for the art of the pastor and MtpeHat tt4*.t *w dee.gates
that the Standard Oil trust is entitledto
police court. He is charged with
Mexico and that he wants to returnit
sculptor and revere them as the handsof ex-officfo.
out of Mexican mines I
means to rank as one of them.It forging checks on the Mutual bank to, to its jown. His offer, made once a saint.
: spend .much of his wealth before he may be true that in taking ad the amount of $60,000. Flashily dress I
before was rejected but he the "
says "Your mother's hands.
: dies on the poor. vantage of the "economics of concentration" ed and apparently self possessed he A Merciful Providence.
officials charged with administering
and in the cheapening faced the charge. Rabbitt is the nephew Nothing can surpass in deiicacly
process Jersey's: cranberry is
the affairs of Mexico ought to accept : crop figuredat
\ There are already signs of unrest of transportation by the layingof of a retired army officer whose the reply made by an Eat Indian
his proposition and thus lift this bur 500,000 bushels.
and disturbance in Helcion Hall,' its own pipe lines it may have name he forged, and during the pre- .' servant of the late Lard Dufferin
den from the shoulders of the .
liminary trial it was stated that hu
Upton Sinclair's socialistic colony, ruined other companies by sell- when he was viceroy of India.
some was married to the gallant captain's offer is made in all good faith. We haven't seen either the Hon.
and the rejected members are airing than able to "Well. what sort of sport has Lord
ing cheaper were
niece, who was once before themeans We want some Alvarados in the United William H. Ellis or Mr. T. Albert "
: their' grievances in the newspapers. -had? said Lord Dufferio
do but this inured to the benefitof one
of saving him from the handsof States.In Jennings since the defeat of that
When the newspapers are resorted to the consumer and is a repetitionof justice. Is five months: he succoed- drainage: amendment.- Jacksonville day to his servant, who had attendeda

there is danger. the old story of the "bigger fish I ed in getting through $43,000 and Floridian.The young English Lord on a shooting
the village of Silver Palm residesa
I swallowing the smaller ones." It is the stubs of several checks put in expedition.

The New York American never did seen in business every day. evidence showed that he had spent girl fourteen years of age, who last two naval stores firms of S. P. "Oh" replied the scrupulously polite .

announce the result of its Ananias We believe that these indictmentsare large sums of money in the purchaseof week distinguished herself as both S otter & Co. and Hlndoo, "the young sahib ahot

: cup race, but if left to a vote of theAmerican for the of I costly furs and diamonds for some brave and a fine shot. Her name is Paterson-Downing divinely. But Providence was
merely purpose a "po very
Co. have united forces
and have been
of his women friends. Rabbitt is in Eva Hilliard. She had become an
people we think with one merciful to the birds."
litical pretense" in order to deceivethe -Chicago In
chartered the
prison awaiting trial ball having been birds and could as American Naval
consent It would be handed over to general voter in 1908. expert at shooting ter-Ocean. I
Stores .
: Mr. Secretary Root, of PresidentRoosevelt's put at prohibition figure. takr aim and seldom fall to bring company. ,

: cabinet. He certainly down her game. On this occasion she ,
"I did it! to be
seems a popular
made "Old Ananias" ashamed of phrase since the defeat of the Everglades Judge Alton B. Parker, with prac- 'was hunting and surprised a wildcat Mr., Hearst spent for campaign purposes -

himself. proposition, and as to who tically a united party at his back, which: took up a tree, ready for a In New York $256,370: Mr. SCALY [ECZEMA '

is the real hero is a debatable lost the state of New York in the ; spring. Miss Hililard leveled her Hughes $618.55. This marks the difference
The New York World presidential election of 1904 by a ma- Winchester and minute later the between the two men. One
speaking of tion. The Palatka News is inclined a
.1 General Shatter's : jority of 160,000. William Randolph i life of the "Kitty" no more. Her is generous the other sordid.Mother's .
part in the Spanish. to place the crown on Attorney Hil- was
Hearst, with a divided with all ALL OVER BODY t '
party, I
: American war says that it must be burn's expansive brow, while the little brother accompanied her, but
the trusts
and corporate interestsand I slippers have gone glimmering
admitted alone in thewoods
that General Shatter did friends of Maj. Alex. St. Clair-Abrams otherwise she was ,,

his work far better than the war department say he was clad In full armor during every newspaper and other publication -1 and found her fine marksmanship a and now mother's clubs take .

did its work, and that in the pending of the entire issue and except his own, arrayed handy knowledge where wildcats are their place. The first mentioned usu- Eruptions Appeared on Chest and
against him, lost the sta'te by only ally found the spot, and did fairly ,
spite of all the blunders the task was was always in the thickest of the inclined to be combative.-Mlami Me- Face and Neck Were All Broken '
completed at a surprisingly small fight. 50,000. He won a great victory and tropolis.It good work.-Lake City Index.

cost of human life. emerges from the conflict the most Out-Scales and Crusts Formed

potent factor in American politics.He "Wizard" Burbank offers a thousand Iowa Lady Has Great Faith

American Woman at Cannibal Feast. I The reappearance of Hon. G.V.. has shown to the world his mettle has been a century and a quarter dollars for an ounce of horseradish in Cuticura Remedies for Skin
since General
A remarkable t Wilson, editor of the Times-Union, in and we have in him a Patrick Henryin George Washington seed. Congressmen are not barred Diseases.
story comes from a disbanded
his armies yet the
public is a circumstance very gratfying debate and an Andrew Jackson in but of course they would not .
prominent missionary, recently returned to his host of friends throughoutthe death of a widow of one of his soldiers -
I resolution and determination.The think of accepting the money.
to America. about a cannibal state. That Tampa should be is just reported and her nameIs ANOTHER WONDERFUL

; feast at which she was an unwilling the, scene of. It is doubly pleasant to Ocala stricken from the pension rolls. At
Banner The
: and says the funds I Opelika News thinks that the CURE BY CUTICURA
guest, incidentally
a part this rate the rolls althoughwe
pension ,
of the the people of this city-as it classifies of the I. I. board are placed in the i republican millionaire who has just
It is
menu. a thrilling tale, events occurring in Tampa as of an state may have no wars, are likely to i been elected to ,
treasury under the bond of congress in :Maryland, "I had
all the
more so on account of its narrator an eruption appear on
remain of the national burden
being order of importance which draws, as the state treasurer. The Banner is a part and who admits that he' bought his -chest and body and extend upwards my
a woman. It will be
found in next Sund y's New York well as gives us the pleasure of seeing mistaken in saying that this official'sbond for a long time. There are the veterans way into congress, is the "real stuff." and downwards, so that my neck and
and hearing Florida's foremost and their widows of the war face were all broken out also \
covers the ;
World, along with other fund. It does not.- He certainly is. my: arms
many remar- editor.-Tampa Times. Lake City Index. of 1812, the Indian wars, the Mexican and the lower limbs as far as the knees.
kable, but true, stories, stories' of adventure :I at first thought it was prickly heat.
the and the
war, war Span-
) and romance. Well, it has taken a long time to make Missouri is no longer the mysterious But soon scales or crusts formed where

Milwaukee has got something more :the discovery. The internal improvement ish-American war. The pension rolls stranger, says the Commoner.She the breaking out s-as. Instead of going Ito

Tom Watson announces that he has than "Slitz's beer" to make her famous board was not created yester- will easily extend into the next cen has taken her place in the demo treatment a physician of the, I purchased' a comPlete
T s.-ered his connection with Watson's The Sentinel in the same breath endorses day nor the day before and has handled !- tury. cratic ranks and she is welcomedback. which"CT'r I r'i had great v/uiicura faith,Remedies and all was, in

Magazine and will begin publishing I Hamilton and Lincoln. Hence millions of dollars without any of No fatted calf is large enoughto satisfactory. A year or two later the :

I Watson's Jeffersonian Magazine about the Atlanta Constitution is led to the members going to the bad. I The "Desota" is the name of a big do justice, on this occasion of theprodigal's eruption appeared again, only a littla
I t the middle of December. The new say that the political acrobats of hotel that is soon to be erected in : return. I procured; but before another it had time to spread I
sunnlv of tM (\,tL .
magazine will be printed in Atlanta. the Milwaukee Sentinel are calculat. It was in Utica that Secretary Root Tampa and we notice that Messrs.E. cura Remedies, and continued" -- -their- .

The price is fixed at $1.50. We may ed to bring additional fame to Mil appeared as the personal representa P. Stucky and E. K. Nelson, of The federal government is about, to until the cure was complete. It is: now usa

form a clubbing arrangement whereby waukee. tive of the president and made his this city, have each thirty shares in institute proceedings against the various I! have five years since the last attack; and :
: our readers will be able to secure bitter naval stores not seen any signs of a return. I
and abusive attack on Mr the corporation. The entire amountof companies the sameas have taken about three

the,new magazine for a less sum. Tom The vote on the drainage proves Hearst. Opinions differed concerningthe the capital stock is $200,000. The it has against the Standard Oil Cuticura Resolvent, and bottles do of tho

/ on is a genius and will give his conclusively\ that tle corporations did effect of Mr. Root's speech would other stock holders are Messrs. B. company claiming that there.is a connection hKrt of the P-0'OtauittLS

best woik to make this magazine a not use money to corrupt the people have, some insisting it would help W. Blount, formerly of Ocala, thirty A between them and they are half I ys keep them with me; probably!

success. His dander is up and we for the heaviest vote against the Hughes and others insisting that its shares, Walter Parker, of Tampa, all guilty of restraint of trade. one"I decided dozen to of each:

may look for something thrilling. measure was cast where the corpora bitterness, its abusiveness and Its appearance thirty shares, :Martha W. Pollicia, of edies a trial after give I had the seen Cuticora the Rera. '

tions have no influence whatever.-St.Augustine of being an offensive inter- Tampa, thirty shares, Donald C. Mc- The great question of draining the of their treatment of eczema on resulta
Now that the drainage amendmenthas infant an -
Record. ference on the part of the president, Mullen, of Tampa thirty shares, Everglades developed the fact that boi' belonging to one of our eigb.
been defeated the The
state legisla- parent took the
would help Hearst. The returns from Nancy C. Webb, of Tampa, thirty the spirit of patriotism is not dead in nearest physician but child to th -
: ture should at once provide I hb tre3tment
some Hon., C. C. Wilson, of Bartow, it Is did
Utica may be taken as decision of shares. this :bo good. So
a glorious state .of ours. It Is they procured the
of relief for the Cuticura
measure people of said, is fast recovering his old time. the Remedies :
mooted question. Mr. Hearst claimed that and cured her
carried Maj. Alex. St. Clair-Ab \\ith them
the Caloosahatchee Valley, who have health and vigor. If he could When '
get they began
the The tell of "sweet usingOu'
city of Utica by a majorityof papers a young rams, Hon. Charles
Dougherty Hon.
suffered serious losses by the edies her face -
physically to where he was ten was terribly
190.-The Commoner.A girl, who electrified the old Confed- John Beard, Hon. Frank Clark with : disfigured -
Hon. sores but she
of the Caloosahatchee river. wu
years ago, couldn't he make the fur entirely cured
erate Veterans" assembled in
conven- for I
Frank and other saw the
Pope distinguished same
Senator J. H. Humphreys, of Manatee fly in the campaign for governorship.Lake five at the age l
New One on Stockton.It tion in Savannah. Those same sweet orators who left their homes and years, and her mother told
while on the Okeechobee I i me the .
trip, Index had
City eczema ,
is said that John girls have been never broken
N. C. Stockton young "electrifying"the journeyed more less over the state have out since.! I
that he would
promised introduce, a more faith in
will be in the race fbr the senate and sons and grandsons of old vets Kemediei
and against the for
spoke skin
j measure in the legislature which I Secreary Shaw, 'it is said in Wall advocate propositionwere diseases than ayj I know
the for
drainage. From a some time past.-Orlando Star- of. I -
Inspired 'solely by 'a love of am,
would iqeet the requirements of the street, is planning to offer $20OQO,000 pat. Wilson respectfully yours, Emma E. -
Wizard Oil wagon to a seat in the Reporter.The Good. Liseomb, 1ow -
; people of Lee county, He will have of Panama's 2's to outside banks to United riotism. Why shouldn't the 0wpJete Emrw Oct. I, ioo. ,"
,- senate is a pretty ,big of be Ihmor, tal; b'-al 'l'ftetDlftt
patriotism for
spirit fresh from E
as and P1mpI ee Ie vy
to redeem his enable them krotula,
an opportunity pledge.St. increase their circulation co5tIui of cigjc, frolA .IIIaIfJ 10
jump. Can he make r& Sou. .p.
: it?-Dunnellpn Tallahassee Sun claims, to Impelling now as ever it was! We en"ale.(III kim bt CAo 5'.lllbft.tiOi... ..'h -,
Augustine Record. and relieve the market. of tIIn&J', te Qata\1 PiU, r.3e.
money Advocate. kid of .. per YiaI
have' chariot. 'I I are glad ,that Florida has her heroes Potter Dru&CJIau.'Udnii Corp,IiuI.Prup&,1Iug0 A 1ilI _dt'II""" --
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MONUMENT" TO WIRZ. Hearts's Definition ,of Dsmocracy.' N Will a General Tax Be Canadian View of Hearst. FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. SOCIETY OF THE ARMY OF THE

At the banquet given In his honor "poveraor Broward in an Now that the excitement and hys- POTOMAC WILL VISIT THE
K i There is still some discussion goon I Mr. W. R. Hearst gave the following In the Tallahassee Sun, says of the New York state elections What They are/Doing in the Land of JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION.,

...,tAl, casually as to the propriety of definition of democracy: soon as they (the people) realize subsiding, the situation can be the Grapefruit and Pine. --

>'rot> the Daughters of the Confederacy "Our demands are simply that the all the expenses of the drainage with calmness, and per- Special to the Ocala Banner: '

erecting a monument to Wirz, the great public service corporations shall fall upon them unless this with profit. The leading and Quite a few oranges are being ship- :Norfolk, Va., Nov. .-The Jamestown -

officer in charge of the Andersonville not include our government among paid on the swamp lands in only prominent figure in the ped from Cocrum.S. Ter-Centennial Exposition will

prison ,during the latter years of the their ,assets or carry our public ser- trict, they will find how *was Mr. Hearst, and almost A. Neil is a heavy grapefruit be the mecca of visiting organizations .

war. The proposition is decidedly vants upon their private pay rolls. they have been mistaken." )' vote was cast either to elect or shipper of Geiger. that will embrace every diversification ,

distasteful to the people of the north. "Our demands are simply that the If Governor Broward him. That a man possessing Gomez growers declare that the or- of our multifarious American life.

They hare regarded Wirz for almost principles of the declaration of independence drainage operations, and of the magnetic qualities of ange crop this season is better than These bodies which represen the

halt a century as a monstor, a cruel and of the constitution force a tax on the whole without ability as a speak- last. energy, the industry, the associated

brute in human form. It must be shall be taken seriously and applied this purpose, he will or as a, writer, lacking the person- Large shipments of pines are be- worth of our country, will, for the

conceded that those who have read literally; that the government shall "strike a snag." Our opinion is qualities that the American people ing sent from White City and good most part, hold their annual reunions

the proceedings of the court by which be controlled by the mapority of the two-thirds of the next legislature inclined to demand in their pub prices are received. and conventions on the spot hal

he was condemned and by whose or.Ir citizens and conducted for the bene- i pass bills over his veto.-Lake men, and without a record of There is a large fall crop of pines lowed by so many historic memories

he was executed that there was fit of the whole rather than for the Index. service in any impor this year and something larger than and those who had previously made

some Justification for that opinion.or special advantage of any particularclass. We do not know so much public or private capacity, has there has been for many years. I arrangements to meet elsewhere will

forty years the Judgment pro- this. There may be a dog able to force himself on an un- Socrum strawberry grower s have include a visit to the Exposition in

4; !unce4 i and the opinion since held "Our demands are shi n'r- that I in the blanket. We have been I party shake and disrupt the not been able to set their plants on I their itenerary.

nax not been seriously questioned.For the corporations, while allowed to cno- ed that at the last session of party allegiance, and win a account of dry weather.J. Amang the organizations that will

the proposition now to spring suddenly -I duct their business with perfect free- islature some of the biggest that alarmed not only the state R. Davis, of Bartow, is shipping take this pleasant outing there Is

Into the air that Wirz should dom for their own interests, as longas of the Everglades area the republican and financial cen- green peppers quite heavily and receiving rune that will excite more interest ii

have a monument erected to his memory they do not interfere with the Governor Broward and proposed of Europe is a stubborn fact. remunerative prices. or receive a more hearty welcome '

by the women descendants of rights of others, shall not be allowed advance him all the money he The fact that :Mr. Hearst fell be- The oranges have begun to move than the Society of the Army of the

the soldiers who took'the field and to control our politics and debauchour need for carrying on his the vote of his party does not from Abbott, and are nearly all well Potomac.

fought In those days Instead of seeking electorate. drainage if he would have his the significance of his cam- colored. The crop is only half of last This organization is made up of

a bombproof position is something ,"Our demands are simply that the withdraw the drainage His support was mainly of season's. veterans who served in the army of
grotesque. trusts sholl not break the laws and and have instead an act i class that adheres closely to The strawberry acreage in Brad- the Potomac during the civil war

,, It I is generally supposed that monuments buy immunity; that the legitimate development posing a general tax for drainage allegiance, while his opponents ford county for the present seasonis and their present purpose Is that one

are erected to great and good of oganization and combination poses. The governor declined largely the classes who regard estimated to be 25 per cent. larger of all most dear to the chivalrous heat

men and it will not be denied that shall redound to the benefitof proposition because he thought as a means to ends. Party than last year. of a soldier-to keep alive the memo

outside of the Pennsylvania statehouse the people, and not to their injury the parties directly benefitted told against rather than for Two packing houses are now running oriesof their campaigns.

most of them are dedicated to through trust extortion and trust op to bear the assessment; or, Hearst campaign. He made him- in Winter Garden, on full time, During the spring of 1907 the Society -

heroes who won their renown in pression."I is said to have put it, "let those a power in American politics by and oranges are being shipped at the of the Army of the Potomac will

arms. Under none of these categoriesdoes know that when these ideas are dance pay the fiddler." in the wild extravagance of rate of 13 to 15 cars per week. I unveil a monument In Washington,

Win come. He was neither thoroughly understood they will Having, however, submitted newspapers, the deep discontent of Altamonte Springs growers complain .I. D. C., to one o{ Its ablest commanders.

} great nor good, and he was certainly ,meet with complete approval, and will proposition to the voters of the American people, and by rushing, because orange buyers are not Gen. Geo. B. McClellan. As the occasion

"%io hero -or at least not regarded as not be considered dangerous or "an- in good faith and having it the heedless and ineffectual eag- as numerous as usual. This point expects will evoke a full measure of

one by the men who were at the .archistic," but will be recognized as who knows but that the two they are inclined to admire, to have only about 4,000 boxes the long cherished fondness and admiration t

front while he held command over a :Just and patriotic." may now join forces and pass legal battles with trusts and com- this season.A. for "Little Mac" which his

/prison yard. The measure of Wlrz's I levying a general tax and that defy the law. That the L. Parker, of White City, is put- soldiers always retain, the ceremon .

actual guilt was not taken fairly or ery tax payer to chip in his of revolt among the American ting in a crop of beans on the island les attending the unveiling will
Ex-Governor Odell of New York,
dispassionately. It is not at all prob- so many mills on the dollar should accept such mouth- this year. He shipped mute a few doubtless draw a full number.
and remarks that
very aptly wisely
able that his life should have paid "Hearst comes out of the fight a patriotic as well as happy! and such a champion shows grapefruit from his grove here last But the old soldiers will not be ,

the forfeit for the abuses of which stronger and more dominant figurein Theer is one thing absolutely discontent is deep, that antagon- week. content to limit their visit to the national -
he was. guilty directly or by omis- undrained the lands in the is bitter, and that among a dan- Vegetable growers of Boardmanare capital. A trip down the Potomac
his party than when he entered
alon to do his duty. will remain forever useless. large class despair has de suffering greatly from drouth. On to the Jamestown TerCentennial -
it" Of course he does. It seems to
At the moment the passionate feel- \ all sense of political responsi- account of it being too dry to set out Exposition will bring them near
blind that far.
us a man can see '
.. Ing at the north demanded his execution "When you consider," says the ex- Corn as a Side Crop. The folly of closing our eyes lettuce plants they are going to seed to the scenes of nearly halt a century -
for the sufferings We have seen some corn situation the in the beds.
as an atonement this is shown by ago when youth and valor sustained
"that all the
on the spot of which he was governor, newspaperswere our time, in some of the best founded alarm which Mr. One ,of the best equipped packing them In hardy enterprise. .
against him, excepting his own;
In charge. It is possible the sacrifice that he was unmercifully cut by the growing states in the Union, campaign has inspired-To-! houses in Lee county is that of G. T. What an optimistic aspect the
may have been In a manner and to a have never seen anything to Globe. Raymond & Son, at Owanita. They events of 1861-65 now present to
leaders whom he had offended, and
degree unjust Those conditions are crop raised on a small patch expect to put up 18,000 bbxes of fruit view. The cultured thought of the '<
that he was actively fought by every :-
not to the point. On the whole its I I I friend, Mr. O. W. Paine, of Valuable Information from a from their Owanita groves.It country Is indiscriminate in bestow- ?
resource the corporations you can
not advisable nor In good taste fora realize pf'hat a remarkable run he On ordinary pine land he Tramp. is stated that the packing housesof ing praise on the men who wore the

monument to be erected to a man made. It certainly demonstrates that worth fertilizer and raised When Bret Harte was editor of a Pompano, owned by S. J. Sligh & colors of those days. The Blue and

Identified so unhappily with the worst bushels of fine corn-over 40 Francisco paper, he told this Co., and the Consolidated Fruit Co., the Gray are associated together on
he is a man of force and ability
i phase of the war and In which it was to the acre. of one of his rival editors: which were recently destroyed by the record of renown and the survivors I
Croker i right. We have Hearst to
{> Impossible for him to win glory or re- reckon with.? Mr. Paine has a good crop One day the office boy went to the the storm, will be rebuilt very shortly.L. of the contest have long since

nown.-Tampa Times. anges and some of the finest of the "Soaring Eagle" and B. Goodall, of Goodall, a large forgotten the embitterments. The

I grapefruit trees in that "There is a tramp at the door, orange grower and owner of one of cordial salutation and war grasp of the
Utica Wurtemburg is the fruit center of Among other varieties of to the finest groves at Mims, is planting
The bitterroot speecn at he says he has had nothing hand is now the form of greeting and
:' effect in Germany.; The las census shows that Washington navals on sour 10 acres more of grove and setting
seems to have had a great I I in six days. these veterans who followed McClell-
that city. Hearst carried It.-Com-I it had 8,250,000 apple! and pear trees I especially fine.Orlando "Fetch him in," said the editor. "If with 10-year( old buds, diameter at an will be cheered by the remnant of

, moner. of the 78,000,000 in the empire. I 1 Star. can find out how he does it we bud of from 6 to 8 inches. those who followed Lee.

l'f I run this blamed paper for an- The editor of the Lake Butler Staris They are passing away rapidly
.a week." experimenting with the raising of these brave soldiers of nearly half

-. .. ''" .. '1"" ." ., -. ,, '' celery in his home town. He be- a century agp. The Gray and the
P : '' ''; : Seldom has a newly announced be- lieves it can be grown as profitably Blue of 1361-65 are swiftly becominga

there as 'at Sanford, where it is not memory, a reminiscense. No other
been received with such
t RYE, CORN AND GIN MARYLAND CLUB approval as was the annoiyice- out of the ordinary for a planter to such opportunity will ever recur as

that Mrs. Zeigler, widow of the net $1,000 per acre. that which the Jamestown Exposition
No _
At $1.50 per Gallon. H 0 G A N S Per bottle $1.50; case
Griffin Bros. the well known
extra charge for Jugs. twelve bottles for $15.00.WHEN millionaire, has endowed a new will give for these valiant old men
devoted especially to the serymen, are clearing ground' for a to meet and fraternize, to talk over
The announcement must have 100-acre grapefruit gove. About 50 the drastic happenings at Fredericks-

CAFEE ("ED'S PLACE.") IN TOWN the poor blind people leap acres already have been planted, and burg and Manassas, and to congratulate -
joy. The blind are peculiarly the other 50 acres will be planted by
each side the other that they
a In connection with Call and see us and
TO THE TRADE over and above any sadness
January 1. Twenty-five acres are located -
saloon where you we will try to treat afflicted have lived long enough to see real
can find the beat. you white. clings in to any way.persons A group of west of Miami. genuine, irrefragable friendship re-
the Capt. D. E. Maxwell's orange grove torn d and re-established.
Our prices are figured on very and dumb persons are nearly !
\ Lowest Cash basis and under no circumstances chatting and laughing over near Melrose contains over 7,000 : JAMES BOYLE.
of blind trees, most of them in full bearing.The .
SOUR MASH will we ship goods C. 0. D., OLD PRIVATE STOCK 'meets fingers alwayas; but the look groups as though (he fruit has been sold to the Con. NATION'S RICHES INCREASE.

Foil Quarts, 75 cents as the Express companies will only Full Quart $1.50; burden of their woes was alI solidated Fruit Co., of Jacksonville 4

four full Quarts, $3.00; take whiskey at owner's risk and open. quarts, delivered $ pressing wearily upon their and shipping will commence at an Was $88,528,348,798 in 1900 and $106- 1
't twelve quarts, delivered The law will not allow them to ship twelve quarts I and giving them no show at early date, as the fruit is coloring up 881,415,009 in 1904.
for |9.00. Express $16.00. i merry and interesting things of well-New York Produce News.
0. :) D. We will
whiskey accept I The letting down of the heavy Washington, Nov.-11.-A large In-
Orders, Postoffice money orders, I between them and the world 1
SOUTHERN VEGETABLES crease in national wealth is apparent
; and two and checks out the pleasure of literature.
cent stomps,
one Others can feel that they have a BADLY WANTED. from some figures given out today by

; ROYAL VELVET on parties we know are 0. K.Ve buy LEWIS 66 that will. not desert them when the acting director of the census. He 4

for cash and sell for cash thereby I are in toruble, for they can .al, Supply From Florida Inadequete to gave the estimate of the national

..'j $1.50 per quart four giving our customers the benefit of $1.50 per quart open the pages of a good book, Supply the Demand. wealth in 1900 as $88,528,348,798, and '
\ of quarts, $6.00 case
$8.00 case ;
friend the 'same to- .
bad accounts. twelve find that just in 1904 as $106,881,415,009.In
twelve quarts for $13.00 quarts $14.00.
... as it was yesterday, with no re- New York, Nov, 19, 1906. former years the census bureauwas
for faults, or errors, or even Special to the Ocala Banner: an Institution which did its

HOGAN'S 'SPEClflL HOLIDAY OFFER But the books devoted to the It is particularly hard luck for FlorIda work every ten years. The eleventh
are few and far between and
that this
growers season they census, taken under the old systemfor
not entertaining. But here
I planted very light vegetable crops 1900, disclosed the national wealthto
a magazine-fresh and bright,
FOR of lively talk and sensible knowl- for fall shipments. Fall weather in be 165,037,091,197. '.
six QUARTS $5.00 the north has been
that seeing persons find abso- prolonged so I It is therefore shown that in the

" thrust upon them at every cor- many times supplying the markets :ten years from 1890 to 1900 the na-

\ r r One Quart Maryland Rye, One Quart North Carolina Corn, And its reading matter, enter- with home grown vegetables till tional wealth increased $23,491,257-
t One Quart Apple Brandy, One Quart Holland Gin, cheering and stimulating, is about Thanksgiving, the Florida grow- 601, or 36.1 per cent. In the fourteen
. One Quart New England Rum, One Quart Sherry. to their hands without pay and ers became discouraged on fall ship- years from 1890 to 1900 $41,844,323.- '

price to suit those afflicted ments, and in past years they fre- 812, or 64.3 percent The Increase
:, This is something that will Tickle You as it passes down, and you will blindness.In quently have not made expenses. to'
from 1900 1904 was $18,3553,006.-
';:, aggree with us that its good. These goods are taken from our regular But frosts came unusually early this 211, or 20.7 per cent in a period of

stock and after buying if you don't think its worth $5.00 for Six Qurts, practical results no democratic in Oklaho- season and killed the home grown only four years.
return it to us and we will gladly refund your money. The surpasses republicans had carved out stuff, and now there is a big demandfor
southern >vegetables, with a totally THE RICHEST WOMAN IN ENG-
: A GLASS AND CORK SCREW FREE WITH EVERY FIVE DOLLAR ORDER. districts for the constitutional, con- inadequate supply. Only scat LAND. '
.r.., so as to give the republicans
tering lots of peppers, eggplants,

\ WEDDING BELL FEW MORE HOLIDAY OFFERS: KENTUCKY DEW great advantage has resulted, but in the such splendid com beans and summer squashes are com- Special to the Ocala Banner: i

ing from Florida. Peppers sell at $3, London, Nov. 19.-Lady Mary Hamilton
: $1.25 four RYE AND BOURBON At $1.25 that the democrats are
Full quart :. per quart victory
eggplants $3@4 and string beans, who celebrates her twentysecond -
l J quarts,for$5.00; twelve Leesbur Rye, Quart 50 cents; Half Gallon quarts quarts,for$4.75$12.00.; case of only sure of Oklahoma in the next which are very scarce, $2@2.50. birthday today is the richest wo-
quarts $15.00. $1.00; Gallon 150. campaign but are sure of
fair of She is the daughterof
Old Fashion Rye Quart 75 cents; Half Gallon _ _ fair districting of the state, and aair Louisiana is sending a sullpy wan in England.
, $1.50; Gallon $3.00. green stuff here, which is selling away the late ,Duke of Hamilton, who
the demo-
i Hogans' XXXX Rye, Quart $1.00; Half districting will give ahead of the average seasons. Head died in 1895. She is a famous horse-

: PAUL JONES Gallon $2.00 Gallon $t.oo. two United States senators and lettuce is G@8 per barrell, remain, woman and one of the few women
: ,_ .. WELTERS 41 CABINET all the congressmen. Good for
shallots undertake the duties of masterof
' $1.50@2; radishes, $2@3.50; who
At $1.25 quart; 12 Ten old !-Bryan's Commoner.
- years $6@6.505; beets and carets, $4; string hounds. Her grandmother was a
-; quarts for $13.50. North Carolina, Quart 50 cents; Half Gal$2.00 per quait.
Ion $1.00; Gallon $1.75. Senator and Mrs. Platt have agreed beans $2@2.50; hamper $1.50 box. daughter of the Grand Duke of Baden
Stone Mountain, Quart $1.00; Half Gallon and a cousin Napoleon III. Her

THE EVERGLADES $2.00; Gallon $4.00. MAIL ORDERS a have separation.divorced Anna The Gould French from A Mix-up In Maine. aunt married, first the Prince of

WINES AND SWEET GOODS Hubband that he Monaco and then an Austrian noble-
Elbert announces
Will have
May be drained but prompt attention Count BonI de Castelane. The
50 cents Gallon and will be Sanford claims, to be man and among her other relationsare
Hogan's. creek never' Blackbery Quart ; $1.50. of Marlborough is seeking aieparation is Pericles, .
ri will be. Tom Gin, $1.75 to $4.00 per Gallon. filled same day. her titled Lord. Elijah, the New York World says that the Duke of Newcastle the Duke
Sherry, 50, 60 and 75 cents per quart; $1.50, from Mrs. Eddy is Mrs. Leonard, and the of Somerset and the Duchess of Do-
$2.00 and $3.00 per Gallon. Port, same price. om God hath joined together admires out
venshire. Lady Mary
California Wine $5.00 per case. --- no man put asunder." Who be- Hon. Joseph P. Bass, of Bangor, calls
certainly door sport of all kinds. She Is an expert -
himself democrat We are -
-' BUM & WHITE SCOTCH PHOSPHATE GIN that God joinns these unmat- all mixed up.achias, angler and declares that thoughshe
For every complaint of couples together? Who believes getting all good men she intends
G.j 0 H 0 G A N and continually (Me.) Union. admires
Needs no, introduction the kidneys, $1.50 per He is constantly continuing her good work among the
$1,50 per quart. qnart. these mistakes? Is it not a Scottish poor and helping the croftersIn
on God's wisdom to so con- Mr Root made his bitter speech In
Ocala Florida every way she can. Lady Mary

NO CHARGES FOR JUGS NO GOODS SENT C. 0 D. ? matrimonial God don't make misfits mistakes.are not Mr.republican Hearst Utica carried, and Utica Immediately, says Mr one of the most popular women in

__ .., .. the king's realm.
: doings. Bryan.
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IS JAPAN GETTING READY? .......................... .......................... Railroad Commissioners, and they are

A recent telegram from Berlin says : TIpELING MEN PETITION I character hereby empowered of switching to ascertain device which the!i iI ', T I urnitUlle Ju t In

that not without'reason did Sir Ed- is the most safe and practicable! for s ,

ward Gray, the British minister of RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS. | use on railroads operated in the state ..

foreign affairs the other day, ask of Florida and to require the use of
that a clause guaranteeing the neu such switching device by any and all
trality of Great Britian in case of railroad companies or other common ,
war between Japan and the United /carriers operating railroads in the
l States be inserted in the treaty state of Florida in the operation of
between England and her ally. A such railroads.Sec. kind that will last also to clean and renovato

. .. . ,
high army officer of the German general .AA. AAAAAAAAA.AAA. .AAA. 4. If any railroad company, or I
I ..,',.....yyyyyyyyyyyyyy' YYTYYYYY..."" ...'....... '
staff who has just returned from other common carrier operating a old .enes.V(j buy and sell
the Far East says that Japan is mak- To the Editor Ocala Banner: this power, I therefore handed a copy railroad in this state shall refuse to .
Also, to all of our Senators, Rep- of the law of one of the states, which
lug gigantic preparations for just comply with any rule, order or regulation
will resentatives, Boards of Trade and all seemed to me to be the best one, to the
4 such a war which she provoke provided or prescribed by Second-Hand Furniture

as soon. as she thinks herself strong public spirited citizens of Florida:- Governor Broward and spoke to him Railroad Commissioners under the authority 1 ;

enough. Below you will find a copy of a pe- of the necessity of such a law in of this act or shall otherwise

\ "Since the treaty ending the Rus- tition sent to the Florida Railroad Florida, and urged that he recommendto violate any of the provisions of this and can save you money on this class of gocds. A I
Commission and their reply. On behalf the legislature of 1905
so-Japanese war was signed in Portsmouth passageof act, such company or common car-
the people of Japan have been of the signers of same, I am circulating such a law. The governor had already rier shall thereby incur a penaltyfor great deal of stock now on hand is as good as new, '

exceedingly bitter against America, this pamphlet and we hope been thinking upon this subject each such offense of not more than
of Florida will and the prices are so low that it will surprise to
law himself
that some and realizing that it you
L and by hinting at the possibility of wasa five thousand dollars to be fixed, Imposed

a war with the United States," the take this matter up and use his in- good thing made a strong recommendation and collected by said Railroad learn hem. Five ns a call.Pittman. jt
fluence to correct this evil. The in his and afterwards
German official says "the Japanese message, Commissioners in the manner provided

government has been given carte way to do is to pass laws giving our a bill covering this subjectwas in Section 12 of Chapter 4,700

blanche in regard to the military bud Railroad Commissioners the power to drawn and introduced by :Mr. Kil- of the laws of Florida.

get. It has added four new divisionsto act. We respectfully ask each per gore, of Sumter, reported favorablyby Sec. 5. All laws and parts in conflict & Son.
son who sees this to assist us; and the committee on railroads and 1
her army, two of which are in Korea with the provisions of this act
would appreciate it if the Boards of telegraphs in the
house but when it
and two on the Liao-Tung peninsula are hereby repealed. -- t

til south of Port Arthur, and four Trade and City Councils of each town was put upon its final passage was This, or one on these lines, shouldbe :-:: .. '. :_,,: : _, ___ : '_ _: .,_'. _':_ ::, _ha_ _"_ _,
more divisions are being formed. have this read before their bodies, lost by a majority of three ((3). Two passed. ;

"Seventy-three squadrons are to be and pass resolutions favoring the changes would have given one major. T. H. WALLIS. We Never Disappoint Our Patlonts.w.

z added to the cavalry making the total passage of such laws.Respectfully. ity for.I .

p_ strength of that arm 128 -squad am herewith enclosing you copy Anna Gould is shedding no tears Fulfill Eviry Promise and Kim Hold Out fillS I.... 5

rons. Three* hundred field guns of T. H. WALLIS of the bill as voted upon, and also over the loss of her title.A WE CURE Si?":? deUntloa wl&J.oa' the fraaa kalf boilaaMI or b ofU C.aad l.floai t&J1oDo Blo4 t'Wi.**.!*.

big calibre are bing manufactured in Ocala, Florida on behalf of 196 the vote in house of representatives, cared never to ratarn. .I&h.., aaarcury *r Btlatral auitarci Lot *f ItaMf '-:
a | .o tlmalaut tml Mnoaa i, :.
the government shops, fend these the petitioners.The showing how the different members 1 Tae Df.>Ktaf>dedleaiCo.te.BUidttU in in other voted. This is a matter that can- tare of the... .f Georgic for the tr 4t -.l aol e.n Ofnenouaudearoaleduaues. >.
to use you
# superior any New House.
Eating ,
I Dr. N. K. K i' IU army In the world. following is the petition sentto not urge too strongly upon the members Mr. I. R. Knight has leased the I I UU IniHwtloe.,U U>.chief eowalM.e w .aiMt, MiM ****"*
I fey a stay of uilBrai piytlcUaisad oargeaas.Otueoaceaalsthatreatmntottbrodledfuawk9us '
R. Hudson Burr, Railroad Com
"Fifteen new, battleships and an Mr. of the next legislature; for, according room formerly occupied by Mr. Harry i Wf s. '

'. equal number of swift first class missioner, and his reply: to the complaints received as Stalberg in the Commercial bank i "r 1e4 Oarofflect vfii boUm a r *qmlrii i>etl d and witb elaouieal al the agteetea.rltalte ..'._.k.. ilt/1ts \ ':-,
e :
cruisers are to' be built as fast as September 1906. to the condition of the roadbeds, roll building and on Tuesday opened a lea otrrl&s lol hon.t r w tbe and m.111C&1 1Q'tII prtfawloaouw tta eJ..c1tal't m :';!

can turn To the Honorable Railroad Commis- ing stock and equipment, if somethingis modern ta inch rttpcct, and wt aiaplor sece tai Ua t9ttUtintd .:;
the Japanese shipyards restaurant in same.
and cffleltat aiuaduu."roUxlqiaUAai tnaato* ;:
them out and a large number of sub- sioners of the state of Florida: not done before a great while the Mr. Knight has bad wide exper- & Uoezutd pbjtldiBi&It'IDIIt.catrt. -.,
W employ BO mbiwvU&t ** to HAre
Sirs-We, the undersigned, respectfully condition will indeed be a seriousone. atroa.,..aoX0.IX'ior pouted for Ira""Jef&.rj
marines. very ience in this line of business, and, \ .- ,. "'"
beg, petition and insist \ "These figures are reliable and the urge with his usual business tact, will no ,.I', """- to t10.o0 per month.(n lidB* is within the of anc of a care wlitla ipoelCad tin.
that if it power your If I "
can give informationthat
Japanese officials who gave them said you any doubt make a success of his venture.
MY I; CHRONIC DIS EAS ES. &ttF&tacb telKe.aa
Honorable Body that take such '
that he had not the slightest doubt would aid you in working up a BESTUJRijflREl1Ct
He will serve meals as well as i u Kidney ud Illadditr tmcla eNt!
4 steps as are necessary to compel The sentiment in t IJfJll) lljdroceU. DrWii. Lana tact 1aa
that Japan's next victory would be this direction, please take care of quick orders, and pro- '''\ ;( Hoptur. maugnaalWosbias.t.t&IT t.
\ T mora al4 1 US
won in and around the Philippines." Atlantic Coast Line railroad, of Flor- I call upon me, as I am a firm believerin to run a first class place in Not. Tkrott, Bead Md Unn. Pirn** Of JCf *ai Ku, ",
ida, to repair and put in order, its poses N. K. minu, .... D, Chro nic UIMMCB of Wo HMD. noa M H
Pensacola News. the passage of such a law. every sense of the word. He solicits Cum COHBM.TIM PMVUOI CnBUirU Dl ob rte.,sad loch w.*k M..a af* laid
track, rolling stock, etc., so that passengers -: I beg to remain, ( \.AI. rite u& -ocearUt.ratanlnelodiags tf pteotBatefrtometres.ms rmiart tat
a shart of the public patronageand w. I lend rmot. II
The Ideal Family Laxative. can feel that they can travel Yours very truly, satisfactionin i CONgCLTATIOJf EXAMINATION! ATD ADTICEfyBBS eai.a.- ... j
it one that can be used by the entire with the usual safety expected, and guarantees to give D SUING MEDiCaL CO >VX fatba ft Ctef Lflanta Ga.
family, young and old, weak and | R., HUDSON BURR, all instances. h t:;,,;tSt .
that travel will not be delayed and
h strong without any danger of harmful Commissioner.
effects. It should have properties blocked as it has been in the past --

which insure the same dose, always year.
having the same effect, other- The present condition of train ser- Copy of bill desired is as follows: Smith. C. V. RobortS

wise the quantity will have to be increased vice is frightful and we feel that evena A Bill to Be Enacted an Act to Enlarge D DSEEDS //n Licensed-
lose its effect al
and finally Directors and EmbalmersWe
together. These properties can be short trip over this road is not the Powers of the Railroad

found in that old family remedy only of danger but of sudden delay by Commission of the State of Florda. -
Brandreth's Pills, because its ingredients .accidents and wrecks that one cannot are equipped to do the very best work and use

are of the purest herbal extracts even estimate at the arrival and departure Be it enacted by the Legislature of only the latest and best methods.

and every pill is kept for three of trains. the State of Florida: Represent the survival of the fittest. We
1- years before being sold which allows have bt.t'Omethe largest seed bout in the Telegraph Orders Deceive Immediate
them to mellow. We do not believe Signed by 196 different people scat Sec: 1. It shall be the duty of the world others.because Do you our wish seeds to are grow better tbe most than AtteQtlou.

there is a laxative on the market tered over the state. Railroad Commissioners of the stateof beautiful flowers and the finest vegetables

4 that Brandreth's is so carefully Pills are made.the same fine Other copies of this petition-" were Florida and they are hereby em. 1806? Plant Seed the Annual bestseeds free-Ferry's.to all OCALA FURNITURE CO.Japel .

powered, whenever in their judgmentit applicants.D.
laxative tonic pills grandparentsused. not forwarded owing to attached re-
They have been in use for Ply. may be necessary to employ a competent M. FERRY & CO.- and undertaking parlors corn North Main Street, tad Oekl.w .
Detroit, Mich.
over a century an dare sold in every Tallahassee Fla., Oct. 29, 1906. man experienced in railroad JE Avenue.

drug and medicine store, either plainor Mr. T. H. Wallis, Box 933, Ocala, Fla. track and bridge work, to inspect the Day Phone No. 10. N'lrbt ** ne ft4 aad 197.

sugar coated. Dear Sir-Your favor of September physical condition of the roadbed.,

J The Oldest Sunday School. 26 enclosing a petition to the I right-of-way, tracks, depots, rolling

The American Sunday .School Un- Railroad Commissioners relative to stock and other fixtures and equip-

f f ion is the largest Sunday school missionary the physical condition of the Atlantic ments of any railroad or railroads be-

society in this country. For Coast Line rairload. containing ing operated in the state of Florida.

82 years its missionaries have done 106 signers, was received, as was also Such civil engineer shall be paid Thos. H.

aggressive work in the most needy your second communication of the such compensation as said commis- Keating

t and destitute places in many states. 10th Inst., enclosing a supplementary sioners deem proper out of the funds

These missionaries gather the neg. petition from other parts of the available for the maintenance of the

lected children into Sunday school state on the same subject. Replyingto Railroad Commission, and he shall report .

and provide them with moral and religious these communications I beg to say in writing the result of his inspection &
instruction at an age when it that the Railroad Commission of this to the said commissioners.Sec. Company I

will do them the most good. The state has no authority over the phys 2. It shall be the duty of said

t work of this society is strictly interdenominational ical condition of railway properties, railroad commissioners, and they are

and benefits many nor is there any statute in the state hereby empowered to make and adopt SUCCESSORS TO STRAUSS & CO.,

who could not be reached along denominational giving that authority to any other of- reasonable rules and regulations requiring -

lines As a result of ficer. railroad companies and other '

this work there are thousands of pros Realizing- necessity of such a common carriers opeating railroadsin WHOLESALE DEALER

perous churches of different denominations law in the state, the writer some the state of Flolda to maintain the LIQUOR

t In many parts of the country eighteen months ago, took up the sub roadbeds, right-of-way, tracks, depots ,

showing that all who co-operate havea ject with the commissions in other rolling stock and other fixtures

share in the results. states, as well as the Interstate Com and equipments of such railway linesin Ocala Florida..iYE

All those who are interested in the merce Commission, in order to ascertain such safe and proper conditions as .

work or who desire additional in- how many states having rail- will ensure the safety, health and

formation about It, should write to way commissions had conferred such comfort and convenience of all pass- WHISKEY.

Rev Ray M. Busier General Missionary power on their boards, and I find that engers arid other people of the state Per Gallon. Special, ) 4 Quart CASE WHISKEY.

zl Avon ark. Fla. twenty-five states out of, I think, thir- of Florida. Star Rye. . '. ? ? .$1.50 Belle Per Qt. Bottle
i ty-two states having commissions had Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of said Red Rock Rye . .. . 1.75 Offers King of .% 75
f. Joaquin Miller the veteran "Poet Keystone . . .. 2.00 Kentucky .. :. 75
c .r of tbe Sierras is shortly to publish .- Belle Isle . '. ti.2.50 FOR $2.90 Uncle Joe ,. 1.00
Strauss Royal
a new poem; that is, "shortly" in Mr. Log Cabin . . . .. 3.00 1.00
............. .............. ..........................t We will send Old Maryland Rye 1.00
f Miller's acceptance of that term. Asp Keating's Pride .. . . 3.00 expressprepaid -
to the geologist a year or ten years Monogram .. . . . 3.50, 4 full quartsSTRAUSS Old Harvest Corn 1.00
I Uncle Joe . . of Pilgrimage 1.25 "
means nothing to fir Miller, in view I .. 3.50 Cascade '

of the years that have passed or that Pilgrimage eo eo . . 4.00 IlL White Oak. 1.25
Fern Hill . .. 5.00 1.25 I
t may come. He as been at work T Fern Hill
on : I Strauss 76 . . . .5.00 FOR $3.50 1.50
f me poem twenty years already and itt N i I CORN WHISKEY. Strauss 76 . .. . 1.50 \
may take two or ten years more to We will Olr Oscar Pepper \bot. in bond) 1.50
Tennessee Corn . ? ,. .$1.50 send expressprepaid
:i complete it. But it is going to be' +t NOW OPEN- North Carolina Corn .. . 1.75 4 foil quarts of Planters . ? ? ? .. .. 1.50

the greatest American poem. Mr. i Statesville Corn .-. . ? ..00 Black and White Scotch 2.00

Miller says so himself. Every line of I have Mountain Corn . . 2.50 STRAUSS ML Vernon 1.75
just opened place on'
.. < iti to be about love, and it is "so=net t South my i Old Harvest Corn . . 3.00 i ROYAL GIN.
'" Magnolia Street in the Commercial -
thing like the true new woman dedicated + GIN. RESERVE
to the true new man." Thescene : Bank Building and am pre- t Swan Gin . . .$1.50 London Per Qt. Bottle.
pared to serve to the public the best Tom . .' Dock Gin .$ .75
It laid in the middle Gin . "i . 1.75
the FOR $3.50 Tom Gin
: and highest grades of i Holland Gin . . _. 2.00 1.00
ocean which ought to give Holland Gin
ample Crown Gin . .. . 2,50Perfection We will send 4 full 1.00 7
.-- room for action,-Miami News. % i of'Phosphate Gin . . .. 1.50
..!, Gin ? ? .. 3.00 quarts
'!! : LIQUORS, WINES and BEER. : RUM. Booth Tom Gin ., .. .. 1.50

We regret very much to learn that : New OLD HARVEST
England Rum . .$2.50 MALT
: Rev. Sam White, of theChristian i to be had.. I solicit a share of the : Jamaica Rum . . . 3.00 CORN WHISKEY.Per
church, has tendered his resignation t patronage and promise to give service Brandy Qt. Bottle.
:Malt .. .
: The best .. .
i- and Ocala Is to be deprived of the second to none. Blackberry Brandy . . .$1.50 goods to be Bowman's $1.00
had for the ., '
'..,._.... excellent preaching and splendid cltJzrnthlp : Apple Brandy . . .. 3.00 money. 1.00 ,}
of this gentleman. We understand Peach Brandy . . . 3.00 SWEET GOODS.
he has already preached his : W. H. TISON. California Cognac .. .. ? 3.00' FOR $6.00 Per
4" lat in this city. i WINE. Peach
sermon and
', Honey "a"
/ grade .
We will send
." .., Catawaba Wine .'. .. ? .. .$1.50 express Peach and Honey "aa" ?1.50 .
: < prepaid 4 full quarts of grade. Z,04
Books and pamphlets printed. Ocala Port 'ine. .. ? ? ,. ? 1.50 Rock and Rye "a" grade ..
? 1.50
Banner Job Rooms.SEED Blackberry Wine. ? ? .. ? 1.50 STRAUSS Rock and Rye "aa" grade ?
,4 Sherry Wine . .. .. .1.50 Orange Brandy .. .. %.00
FAMOUS .. .. ..
Imported Port Wine .. .4.00 3.00
Banana Brandy .
p .
.. .. ..
= x BEANS f. i Imported Sherry Wine .. 4.00 76" RYE Apricot Brandy .. .. .. .. .. .. 3.00
Wax and Green Pod Varieties grown ................................................... 3.00
and shipped by

Herbert C. Horrill, The next meeting of the Confederate Judge Delmas of California, who Thos. H.
Cedar Springs, Mich., Keating I
Veterans will be held in the who presented the name of Hearst to Co

Red Speckled Valentine Green Pod beautiful city of Pensacola. Let's be- the St. Louis convention In 1904 is

(2.73.' Prices right on other va gin early and work for a big meeting.. retained to defend Harry K. Thaw, OCALA, FLORIDA.

rieties. All seeds offered are of We can promise In advance a royal slayer of Stanford White He is said

crop 1906. and: patriotic welcome.J: to have been paid $100,000. {

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bird on the hat costs a plenty 1906 taxes are HOW due.

3 Special correspondence Ocala Banneenry Perfect faith means perfect trustl I iW-\NT! BIG C1OPS THEN USE IDEAL FEFTILIZEI !:. and Notice by virtue is hereby of a certain given final that decreein under the 1. first Taxes Monday are due of and November payable each oa

Carey, formerly of this Only the foolish measure life by : chancery entered by the Hon. W. year. ,

s but now of Birmingham, Ala., length of years. : OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU : S. Buiiock judge of the circuit court 2. Personal and poll taxes must be

:: a 'red a young lady of Birmingham The man who loves his work seldom : of the fifth judicial circuit of Florida paid at the same time that real estateis
"FLORIDA VEGETABLES"Atom"IRISH POTATOES"-Book on of the state o* .Florida. in a certain
} on November 27. Mr. Carey has wants for a job. : : paid on. if the assessments are to
plete manual on Florida crops. "Soil Seed Planting and Cultivation cause lately pending in the circuit the same party.
very prosperous In the coal; The wise man will not put.his trustin court of Marion county, Florida
1been Effect of Fertilizers, Digging i 3. If possible come in person to
mining business since he left here the labels on the can. wherein the city of Ocala was complainant pay your taxes. Paying by mail or
"FLORIDA ORANGES"-Book of and Shipping.
i, some years ago and also has an invention The man who boasts of his partisanship :: and Chas. W. 0 Torrey and through other parties, is frequently
special interest to orange grow- "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING"Ofers. others were defendants, on October unsatisfactory.
which brings him In a good exposes his narrowness. 0 :
11, 1906 I will, on the first Mondayin
special Interest to pineapple 4. When you come to pay your taxes
income. The easiest man to deceive is the December, to-wit:
growers. bring a description from your deedor
: Mrs. A. L. McRae and daughters, man who thinks he knows it all. December 3, A. D., 1906, latest tax receipt, of what you wishto

Misses Bessie and Helen, went 1 to The father who is not a hero this "FLORIDA WBERRIES""IDEAL FERTILIZERS"BookBooklet between the legal hours of sale of pay on.
on "Soil Varieties, CuI all of our different brands, analy fer for sale and sell to the highestand 5. Don't wait till last few days of
Gainesville Saturday to do some shop- children should hasten to re
tivation and FertUization." ses, prices, etc. best bidder for cash, before the time to pay then expect the best service
pine.Mrs. form. court; house door in Marion county, either by mall or in person. The
Richard Shaw, of Quincy, Fla.. Jealousy and true love never get New and revised edition of the above just published, free for asking. Florida the following described lands rush is then on and delays are una

with her children reached here yes along well together in the same lying being and situate in the city voidable. You must take your turn

to visit her parents, Mr. and heart. of Ocala county of Marion state of as it comes.
Dirt y WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY, Florida to-wit: You must have your property prop
F G. Sampson.Mr. Big successes are never won by South half of block bounded south.
erly assessed, if you wish to avoid
F. G. Sampson received a fine taking little troubles home with you. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. by South Seventh (7th) street and trouble in payment of taxes. The collector -

registered Jersey cow and calf yesterday -u1} lover of the bowl who tries to .......................... .......................... east Ocala by Lime Marion street county; Seminary, Florida lots, cannot alter the valuation or ;

from Palmyra, Mo., by express. 'taper off" is pretty sure to "toper description of assessments found on
.. or so much thereof as may be suf the tax books. r
The express charges alone being over off." ficient to realize the taxes assessments
5700. Some people who imagine themselves penalty costs of court and 11.9-tf Tax Collector.,

George Boyles who has been residing to be critics are merely fault solicitor's fee provided. for in said
final decree.
I on F. L. Miller's place for the finders. NOTICE.
< H. M. HAMPTON Notice is hereby
given that
part four years has recently moved People who get to heaven will first # 0 ; 11.2 Special Master in Chancery. McGehee Lumber Co., a corporationunder the

Orange Lake. have to start tributary establishmentsdown
the laws of Florida, will
apply -
Mr. F. L. Miller has just finised here. .. s am prepared NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. to the Hon. Napoleon B. Brow-

r.:putting up bis orange crop and will The average man does not have togo t3 ARwPe Notice is hereby given, that under on ard.the governor of the state of Florida -

leave this week for Tampa to visit tar from home to find a place to I I sF and by virtue of a certain final decreein 10th
the Best day of December, A. D., 1906
/ the fair, begin reform work. to give you chancery entered by the Hon. W. for the following amendment for Article

1 The weather still remains very dry; Good cftizensMp! finds better expression : S. Bullock judge of the circuit courtof VI of the charter of said corporation -
the fifth judicial circuit of Floridaof
vegetables and oranges are suffering at the! ballot box than itthe Bargains in the state of Florida, in a certain ,' which amendment baa been

J greatly ait-c-i corner discussion. cause lately pending in the circuit adopted by said corporation as required -

o.; Mr. J. G. Spurlin of the United Some people: must think they are ; court of Marion county, Florida, I by law.Propoed amendment..
: Grocery Co., and Mr. Pound of theDrtJelon paper mills, judging from the way fall aqd Winter wherein the city of Ocala was com Co. ARTICLE VI.
plainant and Acme Brewing .
i. Company, of Jacksonville they are always chewing the rag. o were defendants on October 11, 1906, The highest amount of Indebtednessor '

were calling on the merchants of this The public always suffers when it Men's Clothing ;: I will on the first Monday in Decem liability to which the corporation
Such as r can at any time subject itself stall
r sretlon recently. elects a man to office for the sole V ber, 1906, to-wit: be three hundred thousand dollars.

t *Miss Blanche Mizell. of Orange purpose of affording him a way to and Overcoats, Ladies Coats 0 '<"- c, between December the legal 3, hours A. D., of 1906 sale, offer McGEHEE LUMBER CO.

< Lake, was visiting Miss Bessie Mc make a living. Underwear for sale and sell to the highestand By C. J. 1IcG@bee.
9F and Heavy I 11-9-41
Rae last week. You may be able to postpone coal best bidder for cash before the President

'r Mrs. Johnson' of Evinston has her buying time by thinking of the price. M. FISHEL court house door in Marion county, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE

cousin, Mrs. Hough and sister, Miss It is calculated to -make the average Florida the following described lands FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DIS-OF
lying being and situate in the city
Crawford, of Georgia, visiting her. man quite hot. of Ocala county of Marion state of CHARGE.

Rev, Mr. Bridges P. E., of this district The young man who tries to be Florida to-wit: -

held quarterly meetings at "one of the boys" may succeed at it, All of lot three of S. J. Green's Addition Notice is hereby given that on the8th
44 IJ day of May, A. D. 1907,
;.: Saturday and preached but he is pretty apt to be a failure at i to the city of Ocala Marion the undersigned will present his
fvinston county Florida, or so much
...' sermons Saturday and Sun everything else.A thereof as may be sufficient final accounts and vouchers to Joseph

day. lot of men have been made mis s to realize the taxes assess Bell county Judge Marion county

; / Mm. Thomas and Misses Griffin erable by reason of being forced to a ments penalty, costs of court andsolicitor's make Florida final at his office at Ocala. and
i. settlement and apply for
:: Lipscomb. Ella and Lillian Norswor- try to live up to an accidental repu ........+..........*...... .....*......+............. fee provided for in said I final discharge as administrator of
final decree.
: thy will visit the mid-winter fair this tation for brilliancy.The !. H. ROBINSON, Prey t H. M. HAMPTON, estate of J. Porter Smith deceased.

i week. man who is always boastingof I S. H. BLITCH, Mgr. J. C. BOOZER, Asst Mgr. 11.2 Special Master in Chancery. November, 2, 1906.T.
Walter E. Young of Kentucky his willingness to fight for his GEO. J. BLITCH, Teller. I As N. SMITH
Administrator of the Estate of J.
reached Mclntosh Monday to spend rights is usually the man who wants SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. Porter Smith Deceased. 11.2 Gm

the winter. more than is coming to him. Under and by virtue of a final de-
decree entered the 31st day of October GUARDIAN'S NOTICE
I The Hold the on OF SETTLEMENT
; The Presbyterians will give an oyster After you have noticed the way a
A. D., 1906. by the Hon. W. S. AND FINAL DISCHARGE,
supper tonight at Dr. Walkup'sfor little wife can rule a big husband you of the circuit court of
Bullock judge
Notice is
V % benefit of the new church. will no longer wonder that David had the: fifth judicial circuit of Florida hereby given that on the
27th day of December, A. D., 1906.
R. such an easy time with, Goliath. I in! and for Marion county in chancery at the court house in Marlon county

The report that the California prune COMMERCIAL BANK sitting in the suit of L. L. Hopkins Florida, the under signed as guardianfor
t complainant S. A. Nichols and
BELLEVIEW ITEMS. crop will reach 110,000,000'bushels is the minors Katie Mal McIntyre
Isaac N. Nichols defendants therein
and Hellen McIntyre, wiu
another bit of information that will lately pending, the undersigned as
i OCALA FLfl.j accounts and vouchers to the Hon.
Miss Lorena Freeman is spending not be relished at the boarding house. I special master therein appointed to Joseph Bell, county judge In and for

a week at Shady Grove. The most popular young lady in execute said decree, will on Marion county, and make my final

Mr. E. A. Gardiner has gone to Tam our neighborhood is the one who is i Has Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced I Monday, the third day of Decembs-i settlement> and apply for final discharge
few in the j[ 1906 as guardian of the said minors .
pa to spend a days taking equally as good at making bread as
in front of the court house door in from the said court.
sights of the Tampa fair. she is at playing the piano, and she | by its Large and Increasing i Ocala, Florida offer for sale, and will Dated June 19th, 1906.A. .

A large number of winter residents is an artist at both. sell, during the legal hours of sale McINTYRE

w are expected to arrive the last of the Business. for cash to the highest bidder the As guardian of Katie Mal and Helen ,

week. f mortgaged premises and property Mcintyre, Minors. 6-22-6m
To the Trustees of- !
o therein entioned, to-wit Lots one.
Mrs. T K. Slaughter arrived home Ocala Presbyterian Church- of block hundred
Gentlemen ..............+........... ..................*....... two and thiee one Legal Notices.
en Thursday, after spending a few i I and six. in the town of Belleview, as I
; weeks with relatives in Kentucky and It is our earnest wish to donate a .. per recorded and plat of same in the
Application is being made by pub
quantity of the L. & M. Paint to your clerk's office of Marion county, Flor I
Cn>rgia.Airs. church and every church wherever it lication for tax deed to issue on December -
ida, with all the tenements and appurtenances
I. Nichols Is quite ill again. is to be painted. i' thereunto belonging, or sornuch i 1, 1906 to lands in section

)tr, C A. Tremere made a trip to 10.000 churches painted with L. & thereof as nay be necessary to 24, township 15, range 22; section

Ocala and Gainesville last week. M. satisfy said! decree and cnsts. 32, township 15, range 23; section 15,
Barrows & 'Dot'k. Montpelier, Vt., T. E. BIGUS 15 23
Miss Bosworth and sisters have : township range ; section 16,
house No. 1. painted
writes "School 11-2! Special Master in Chmlc ry. township 16, range 23; section 1,
tme to spend the winter with us.. with L & M.. two coats.. Used only y Ay
township 17, range 23; assessed in
We are glad to have them back five gallons oil. Paint cost only 97 1.2
NOTICE.In the names of T. W. Moore. Henning
cents a
gain. I L. & M. Zinc hardens L. & M. ;. 9k yf the Circuit Court of the Fifth Land and Improvement Co., A. E.

w Professor and Mrs. Green have I i White Lead and makes the paint wear t eF Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for I Ackerman.' C. J. Hecksina C. C. Ogden -

moved to their farm and will teach like iron.A. Marion County-In Chancery.A. I J. H. Fox and Parties Unknown.

the uneiplred term of the Pedro 0. Hunt. Riley Mich writes. 7 r. X5r I Monroe, Robert Monroe and N.I

"Painted my residence 15 years ago : McDonald and D. J. McEachern as Marion Harland.
school. with L. & M. Looks well now." Sold copartners doing business under the I
Emma Washburn has returned The celebrated authoress so highly
by Mclver & MacKay. Ocala Fla. firm name of Munroe, McDonald & .
to Ocala to refill her position In.. Co., complainants vs. M. A. Alexan esteemed by the women of America,

the hospital. ..en Editor Claude L'Engle and der, R. G. Alexander defendantsOrder says on pages 103 and 445 of her pop-

Mrs. George Proctor and children Editor Albert Williamson get to slugging for Constructive Service.I' Common Sense for Maid Wife and
are spending two weeks at the fair. : at each other with the editorial It is ordered that the defendants ular work Eve's Daughters; or

Rer. Ban filled his regular appointment dictionary there will be something do- I herein named, to-wit: M. A. Alexander Mother:" "For aching back-should: '
and R. G, Alexander be and they
at Candler on Sunday. ing. Both know how to use the I are hereby required to appear to the it be slow 'in recoverng strength-an

Mrs. F. J. Pelot, e are glad to strongest words and in the strongest bill of complaint in: this cause on or Allcock's Plaster is an excellent comforter -
know Is recovering, after her indisposition way. before combining the sensation of the
Monday, the 17th day of Dec. 1906.It 'sustained of
of a few days. pressure a strong warm
l is further ordered that a copy of
i ECHO. Texas is short on pecans but longon this order be published once a week!hand with certain tonic qualities developed -

\i turkeys. for four consecutive weeks in the I in the wearing. It should be

LAKE WEIR. Ocala Weekly Banner, a newspaper kept over the seat of uneasiness for

published in said county and state. several obstinate for
days-in cases,
NOTICE. FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK This second day of November. 1906. "
'Special correspondence Ocala Banner. perhaps a fortnight.
i (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK
o Mrs. J, T Cason and Mrs. J. H.rpradford. Of Application for Tax Deed Under BETWEEN Clerk Circuit Court Marion County, "For pain in the back wear an All-

Of Nashville Tenn., ar- .Section 8 of Chapter 4S88. Laws of Florida. cock's Plaster constantly renewing as

jplved Friday evening to spend the winter Florida. Jacksonville and New York.Calling By George Leitner, D. C. it wears off. This' is an invaluable
Hocker and Duval.Complainant's .
at Mrs. Cason's cottage on the Solicitors 11.9 support when the weight on the small

$ lake. Notice is hereby given that J. T. at Charleston, S. C., both ways. of the back becomes heavy and the

Mrs. W. H. Moore and little daughter Hall purchaser of tax certificate No. TEE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SE BVIct. l MASTER'S SALE. aching incessant"A

136 dated July 1, 1901 and certificateNo.
; Mary Scott, went to Ocala todayto Under and by virtue of a final de-

at the Ocala 42, dated the 2nd day of June A. rendered Oct. 11, 1906 in the
spend a few days THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN TINES J cree, I I Servant of God.
1902 has filed said certificate in circuit court Marion county, Florida .
House with )Ir. Moore. A., It is said that Bishop Galloway is s
office and has made applicationfor FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEEN in a cause wherein Thos M. WilsonIs
J Mr Pace, of Arcadia has been here my stricken with a fatal illness and even
complainant and Annie Lee Wale
: tuning the church or. tax deed to issue in accordancewith Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, if he recovers from his present attack
the past week and all Eastern Points. lace Wadlaw and her husband are
j Egan and all other instruments in this law. Said certificate embracesthe ) defendants the undersigned special that Ids period of active labor has

of un- following described property situated Calling:at Charleston Both Ways. ended. The south not less than his
vicinity Mr. Pace is a tuner master, will on
rusual ability and a very affable gen- in Marion county, Florida to- SEMI MEEKLY SAILINGS. Monday, the 3rd day of Dec. 1906, church can ill afford to spare this
at such'a timeas
wise good
wit: 10 chains north and south by 8 within the legal hours of sale, in strong

chains east and west in northwest Soatfcbaaai....................... .......................................... From Lewis' Warf, :BstaNorttowai front of the court house door in the this. Amid the material prob-
.. Mr. Tally of Clarksville Tenn., ar- lems which beset us, entering vi-
evening with 'his family corner of southeast quarter section .......................................... 'rom foot of Cataeriaa Street, JacvonT1l1e city of Ocala, Sell to the highest bidder
social life he has beena
rived Monday for casn the following described tally into our ,
to occupy one of Judge Smith's 25, township. 12. range 21, also all of lands to-wit: An undivided ene leader looked up to by thousands

!' cottages for the winter. the southwest quarter of southeast Clyde St. Johns River Line. half interest in the north half of and his clear counsels, backed by

Martin will return in a quarter except southwest quarter of southeast quarter northeast quarter his Brave and commanding person-
Mrs. R. L. Between Jacksonville and Sanford of southwest quarter, and southwest
where southwest quarter of northeast quar ality, have been a large assistance to
Louisville Ky., of
few day from quarter of southwest quarter
she was called on account of the ter section 25, township 12 south Supping at Palatia, Aster, Beresf! ( Dew ) and Intermediate section 17, township 15 south range past.-Live Oak DemocratEducation

i death of her mother, Mrs. Knight.' range 21 east. Laaiiags oa St. Johas Elver. 18 east. To satisfy said decree and

Smith is packing and The said land being assessed at the costs. .
t Mr. Clarence *
Solltb-80und Nortb.BauDo W. W. CuiATT
date of the issuance of such certificate SCHEDULE
this all oranges Read Down Red
shipping from point up 11-2 Special Master.
in the name of C. W. White and
of ;
and grapefruit front the groves by Mail
Cason and parties unknown. Unless said certificate Leave 3 30 p. m ._____-_ Jscksonville ___0___ Arrive Z 00 a. m
' Col. M. H. Clark Mrs. J. T. .. Ii 4S p. m. .._____ ___ Palttka __._ _'__"_" Leave 8 00 p. m NOTICE. tDretUG
Col. R. M. Burnham. shall be redeemed accordingto .. 3 oo a. IJ1. ... __Astor .___._........._.._.. .". 330 p.III In the Circuit Court in and For Mar cation.Ho leaving Ctiiue tcme only or ipare*jiplojnnnt time rtudjiczktbomA
C. law tax deed will issuse thereonon __ __.st Francis.._--.-.---- lOOp 111 ion County. FtorilIn \ Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, AJgebn, Geometry.
I K. H. Arrive g 30 a. m. ____.. _._. Sanford w 9 30 a. III Ehetorifi,Science,EtetoryiaaiLrta.
the :26th! day of December, A. 0 D., .. 10 00 4. m.1____..._..__ ..Enterpriseo..__ _. JO 00 a. InI Re Estate of A. C. Johnson.) tin Grammar Tk.roqllly KfctbrHaU.. Teacben deStoplliit'TCmmat'nUJ.10n
Notice Is hereby given that on ofaueeew.Cataoirue }
Tom Watson's Magazine speakingof 1906. 5th day of December, A. D. 1905 me.A4drea,1 l.lIDIESPalatkaFlA.H. .
and I General Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 0 West Bay St., Jacksonville.F. the undersigned administrator of th
myofficial signature
that a genius Witness
Tom says
estate of A. C. Johnson, deceased, wir

hard to manage. He always wants to seal this the 22nd day of November M. IRO MO G ER.. JR., Ass't Gea'I Pass. Agent, 122 Wast Bay St,Jacksonville.Fla. present my final return, accounts and

be on the top of the heap. That's, A. D., 1906. \c G.COOPER,Ja., Freight Asrent. C.1,0VEU. Superintendent. vouchers and apply for final discharge Thalgott, proprjetor of the Dunn-
Foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville. Fla.AC. 0 as administrator of said estate.
about the size of it. A genius gen. (seal S. T, SISTRUNK HAGERTV. Gen'l East'n Pau. Agt.. New York. CLYDE MILNE.Geal Fr't.Agt,N. 1'. F. M. TOWNSEND ellon Variety Bakery, is now prepared "

orally sizes himself up. as the whole Clerk; Circuit Court., Marion County THEO G. EGER, Vice President and General Manager. Administrator deceased."of the. Estate of 6 A.106tl'C to ship bread, pies and cakes on

Florida. 11.23 General Office Pier 36, North River. Branch 290 Broadway, New York. Johnson.
cheese. Martin, May 28th, -905. ,short notice.. Give me a trail. x




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TAINS FOR MISS LaBelle, Fla, Nov. 19, 1906. f10h
attention of our fruit and truck Special correspondence Ocaa! Banner. o
is ended, '
MARY ANDERSON. The political campaign h t '
growers is called to the new advertise- The season is opening up at the _
and the good
the big fight is over,
been ment of the Wilson and Toomer Fertilizer Mansion with fine prospects for the C ., iMAGAN
Wednesday afternoon Miss Sara old democratic principles have .

Harris gave a small informal card sustained at home and abroad. Our Company, of Jacksonville. winter. L DODO tO .
These large manufacturers whose Col. Long Pue, of the Baxter Lum- t ATLNnA a
party In compliment to Miss Mary Anderson i drainage amendment is beat, defeat.
growth and development have been ber company, is at the Mansion for a fr1L ,., dt
the lovely young bride-elect, ed, beyond a peradventure of doubt. E R ,,
coincident with that of FlForida's most few days, combining business with
at whose marriage next Wednesday We people living along the Caloosa '
important industry, have in their bus pleasure. He brought his dogs, and 'T
evening Miss Harris is to be one of valley are not feeling so comfortableover
iness career demonstrated that quality will enjoy the fine quail hunting at I
the attendants. Only the wedding at- the defeat, but the darkest hourof
will win and have succeeded this place.
always fF
tendants and Miss Anderson's most the night is just before the 1
in convincing the most successful Captain F. B. McWhirter, of Nashville -
Intimate friends were entertainedand dawn of a bright day. Some of your
said that their producer that in the long run it paysto is down looking after shipmentsof
the afternoon was a very pleas- contemporaries have
use fertilizer 'of the highest grade, fruit from his groves.Mr. .
I those
ant one. sympathies were us, mean
made especially for Florida people Henderson and wife, of Way-
Progressive whist with hearts for who opposed the amendment They
and adapted to Florida soils and cli- cross, are stopping at the Mansion.Mr. .
trumps and heart shaped score cards have said they favored giving us relief i
I i mate, in other words "Ideal Fer Bundick, representing A. F.
with gild- but another plan offered for
decorated in hearts pierced upon
Young, of New York, is making Citra
ed arrows for counters, was played fora our relief, unless it for us to pull up tilizers. I '
How well the Wilson and Toomer headquarters. Most of the Seminole RED OCi\:
short while. Miss Louise Harris stakes and move to the sand hills.
people have succeeded in their effort fruit Is handled by this company.
made the highest score and won Yes, that same other plan is in.nom //1i L
to make and sell a fertilizer that Mr. J. L. P. Bishop, of New York, f: 3
the first prize, a pretty sofa pillow ination. We want to hear from Sen- t.
would be both satisfactory and profitable boughta about 18,000 boxes of Citra t .
cover embroidered in butterflies and ator Humphries. We know that he YI,

she presented it to Miss\ ,,Anderson, is a great big hearted man and has to the Florida grower can be fruit. I: F The Great HomDsrkfc :
shown very plainly in the fact that Mrs. P. B. Bishop has been sick ;
the honor guest. said that he wanted to help us.
ten a building 30 by 45 feet continually since her arrival. ,.
cut for the consolation Joe we want to -
All of the ladies Prance out your plan, .
prize-a Japanese card case- hear from you. And Brother Jordan, was large enough to store all their Mrs. Harrellof Live Oak, is the ) : ;:;; :... ot8 !{.JIi3

stock and' do their mixing while to of Mrs J. B. Borland.
and it was won by Mrs Clifton Camp. of the Punta Gorda Herald, doubtless, ? ; ,
Miss Ervin of Bennettsvllle, S. C..
day they have two buildings coveringa
After the games a salad course has a plan-we want to hear from IndigestionThe :
floor of over one million is spending some time with her sister -
with coffee was served. him. He, too, has a large, tender
? I
1 feet. Miss Erasma Ervin. ;i4
Late in the afternoon the ladies heart and is in sympathy with us square
there must be Mr. Henry Dunn is visiting relativesat IfC' t. l
There is and a reason
were joined by Mr. Roess and his best The Times-Union, too, that old vet !,.N, ---- ,-- -
man Mr. Fred T. Lewis, of Norfolk eran in journalism, which we all read for this success and a reason even Tampa and taking in the fair. .

Va., and their presence added very and love so much, which made the beyond business energy and ability, Judge White, of Quincy, has been '
though both of these are necessary. the guest of A. C. White. He is now great value of a real,
much to the afternoon.The fight of its life to defeat the amend-
If will talk to the who has at the fair, accompanied by his
alliance of Mr. Roess and Miss ment, surely has something good in you man Ale
used "Ideal Fertilizer" (and his nameis nephew, David White. genuine Ginger as a
fair to be hap- to hear
: Anderson bids a very store for us, and we want

py and successful one, both these what our old friend, Geo. W. Wilson, legion) you will find this reason expressed Stewart Harris, because of ill remedial for Indigestion has i

young people being great favorites in i has to say. in one word, "Quality." Thisis health, has given up his course at the agent

is its i not common and simple newspaper University of Virginia, and will spend j' been and satisfactorilyproven j
their set and society setting As above stated, we accept anything thoroughly
praise but fact and fact thoroughly tne winter in Citra. He will be
most cordial seal of approval on their except to move to the sand scrubs. II"
union. Yours truly, recognized. The fertilizer question is clerk at the Mansion by Red Rock Ginger Ale. .

', On this occasion Miss Anderson F. A. HENDRY. a most important one in Florida anda Mrs. Frances Jones, of Daytona, is

' was beautifully gowned in blue voile good newspaper, whether in its advertising with Mrs. Harris for the winter. This statement is sustained. by the fact ,ri9

R Famous Strike Breakers. or reading columns, can Mr. and Mrs. Tonner, of Stueben- -
a with lace and net trimmings with a that eminent and thical physiciansrxthusiastieally $
slight touch of yellow introduced- The most famous strike breakers in hardly engage in a better work, thanin ville, 0., and mother, Mrs. Borland, :
the land are Dr. King's New Life : recommend it
noting such establishment here for the winter.
d an as are
the corsage. With this costume Pills When liver and bowels on
of the Mr. Timmons of Nashville and use it in their practice.
white lace hat trim- that Wilson and Toomer Com- Tenn.,
wore an exquisite a strike, they quickly settle the
med in plumes. trouble, and the purifying work goes pany, whose reliability and responsi- Is down looking after his orange -...- -._,- -- -- --.... --
Miss Harris' other right on. Best cure for constipation, bility are unquestioned. It is a Flor- grove. J
guests were
n Mrs. R. L.' Anderson, Mrs. Clfiton Tydings headache&and Co.dizziness.Druggists.25 cents at m ida company and a credit to Florida. James Allen Stevens, of Jacksonville On fsle (bcttka> at all groceries, and en draught: at soda founts d

Camp, Mrs. C. L. Anderson, Mrs. H. The Wilson and Toomer Fertilizer is at the Mansion for a few

L. Anderson Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mr. and Mrs. Avington C. Fancher, Company have issued several splen- i days, representing the Plain Fertilizer x r tt

Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. Rachael Roess, of Braidentown, passed through Ocala didly written booklets, the new and company. )(:
Manufactured THE RED ROCK
COMPANY Florida.
by Jacksonville,
revised editions of which they will be The hunters are bagging
Mrs. W. H. Powers, Miss Lillian Wednesday afternoon en route home. many

t I;,-. Roess, Miss Elizabeth Adams, Miss They were quietly married in Jack pleased to send upon application. duck, quail and squirrels, and the

Valeta Potter, :Miss Ethel Robinson sonville at nine o'clock, Mrs. Fancher These books are entitled "Ideal Fer fiishermen, fine catches of trout.

y and Miss Louise Harris. being before her marriage, Miss tilizers" showing all their different Dr. S. T. Carswell has made marked McMillan Bros.

Sarah Louise Moody, of this city. brands, analyses and prices; "Flor- improvements on his home, for-

P. Her traveling dress was a beautifulsilk ida Oranges," a book of special interest merly the Muller cotage. i f

I Death of Mr. Fred Marean. I to the "Irish Potatoes "
grower; ,
suit with which she wore a white Southern Copper Works
After a long illness the spirit of Mr. silk lingerie waist and a big green an admirable treatise on soil seed, A Reliable Remedy for Croup.
Frederick W. Marean left its earthly and cultivation Mrs. S. Rosenthal, of Turner, Mich.,
planting effect of
hat. Mr. and Mrs. Fancher were met
"We have '
; tabernacle and took its flight to its says: Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
at the train by a large number of fertilization, digging and shipping; Medicines for ourselves and

celestial home Wednesday morning at Ocala friends of the bride and they ""Florida Vegetables," a complete man- our children for several years and
and General Metal
1 ten o'clock. were given a warm welcome. ual on Florida crops; "Florida Strawberries like it very much. I think it is the Workers.Old .

:Mr. :Marean was born in Herberts- ," soil, varieties, cultivation only remedy for croup and can highly
recommend it." For sale all
by druggists -
1: vile, Mass., 1872, while his parents Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, who has and fertilization and a new one on m Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

were spending the summer there. His been spending the past three months "How and When to Fertilize Citrus
through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
parents came to Ocala soon after his Trees." Allen Stevens, of Sparr, Frank Pe-
with relatives in New York, city and wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
} .. With and he has been residing here other places in the north, has returned The large number of melon growersin lot of Belleview, N. A. Blitch, of Mont- following works .

off and on ever since. home. The first month of her visit this section of the state will also brook, Mr. Robert Munroe, of Hill!

Summer before last he wa sill with Mr. Rheinauer was with her and they be interested in the fact that the Crest, were among the circus seeers FAYETTEtflLLE, N. C. SAVANNAH GA

;t;, : typhoid fever for many weeks and visited Canada and other interesting '"Ideal Fertilizer" has been found to Wednesday.Mrs. JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE ALAIPBQOCIIPHSiX

'! was nursed with great tenderness by places. Mr. and Mrs. Rheinauer are be especially adapted to that crop.

,- ;. his devoted parents, Dr. W. H. Ma anticipating a visit from their attractive Certainly we think the buyer of fertilizer W. J. Byrne, Mrs. Dickison,

rean and Mrs. Beatrice Marean, and neice, Miss Gertrude Rheinauer, will consult his own best inter- Miss Floyd Whittle and Miss Ethel

was taken to Jupiter, where they re- of New York later in the winter.Mr. est by getting in touch with this com- Harris were among the Ocala people.

mained until he was partly recoveredbut pany. who left for the Tampa fair Wednes '

he became weakened and emaciated
day afternoon.Dr. .
H. B. McConn while in the
and afterwards tubercolosis developed Had a Close Call.
city gave as a present to his daughters -
and he has been declining ever "A dangerous surgical operation, in- and Mrs. Walter Hood have returned -
ly Miss Lillie McConn and Miss volving the removal of a malignant ulcer _
since that time. The family from Tampa, where they wentto
Jettie McConn, a handsome Ludden as large as my hand, from mydaughter's <
the at Seabreeze for inspect the big mid-winter fair.
past summer ,
and Bates piano. The gift was most hip, was prevented by the I
fit' the benefit of his health but the disease application of Bucklen's Arnica
had made such inroads upon his acceptable as both young ladies are Salve," says A. C. Sticle, of Miletus, Mrs Robertson, of Whitney, is visiting rh r
''ml nt music lovers. Mr. McConn returned W. Va." Persistent use of the salve her son, Mr. J. D. Robertson.For t
constitution that is was impossible
: to his home at Crystal River completely cured it." Cures cuts,
to shake it off. About two weeks ago csterday. burns and injuries. 25 cents at Tyd-
; Sale-Four blocks (four
he was compelled to take to his bed ings & Co.'s drug store. m acres
each) in Martin, Florida-blocks 9.
and although all was done for him
W. L.
Captain and Mrs. Lowry.
Mr. J. D. Carter, of Russelville, Ky., 19 21 and 25. Will be sold at half
that skill and kindness could suggest of the Rendezvous
proprietors a pop
is the. guest of his cousins, Mr. and price. Address J. H. Killinger, Avon
{ ; it was impossible to save his life.The" ular winter resort which will open its
Mrs. '
A. J. Brigance.Mr. Lebanon county, Penn.
i end was painless and he retained doors December 1, for the entertain- 1' w

full consciousness until his ment of a large portion of Florida's Robert Munroe and family of Iowa's corn crop this year is estimated
h fleath. During his entire illness he sporting tourists, were in Ocala Wednesday Pine, 1 H
are ..visiting. the Tampa fair this at 398,000,000 bushels. It will
was patient and uncomplaining and
and in the
shopping taking wcel- make Illinois hump to beat that.
met death with great fortitude and big circus. _

v ; courage. What adds to the pathos -- ---- -- ? it :r /

1 ; of this case is that the aged father Mr. K. A. Smith of ?!:-. oprings, a.- iIIr.-'WM!! !: :..... 11': <,

of the deceased is lying critically ill Mr. W. H. Massey, of Grunge Springs, I

i in an adjoining room and it is impossible Mrs: C. A. Brown, of Island Grove, I IE DIRECTORS: t<

: to tell him of his son's deathS and Messrs, R. L. Barnes and J. G. I E R. S. Hall George MacKay J. K. Christian

for frar that he would not survive the Rhodes, of Dunnellon, were registered I H. A. Ford Z. C. ChamblissT. N

slio"k. at the Montezuma yesterday and Munroe J. B. Brooks

At the time of Mr. Marean's death partook of an exceptionally fine din- g'i'fi

his mother and sister, Mrs. R. J. ner.

Owen, of Pensacola were at the bedside In addition to its excellent facilities this! Bank
and his sister, Mrs. B. S. Bernard Mrs Eliza P. Moody will arrive in ,

of the same city, having returned Ocala tomorrow afternoon from Jack has the advaetage of a competent, capable and good If "

t to Pensacola on at that sonville and will make her home in 4f

\. time both the father Sunday and as the son this city with her sister, Mrs. W. S. Board of Directors and a strong body of S ockholde rs. f '? Buys <

x. were considered very much better. Pike. Her many warm friends in

Ocala are delighted that she will
The funeral services were held yes.

terday afternoon at four o'clock again reside here. THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK r We have the largest selectionof

from Grace Episcopal church RevG. ,
Mrs. C. C. Hastings, of Roanoke,
Hendree Harrison officiating. OF OCALAFurniture \ Edison Records and
Va., Mr. F. E. Haskell, of Lake Weir, 1t Phonographs -
: The following gentlemen were
Mr. J. R. Powell, of Brooksville, Mr. _[ n ... _..,d ;::;1.'Mr' ; 1;: -'!: iJ2 in the
as pall bearers: Frank Harris, Chas. city to select from. r
George Petteway, Mr. S .W. Petteway, .
L. Bittinger, William C. Jeffords, -
of Tampa and Mr. M. Haughton, of
F Speigner Anderson, Harry C. Dozier,
this city, were among the diners at
fs I Stephen ,Jewett. the Ocala House yesterday.Mr. .
Messrs. Smith & Roberts were in
A. E.
charge of the funeral arrangements. BURNETT
Homer Agnew, one of our pros-

3 perous farmers, living near Agnew ,

More Property Sold.A station was in Ocala Wednesday! and JEWELER,

deed was passed yesterday from renewed his subscription for the It's a little early, but our fall stock is arriving daily and Merchants' Block. Ocala

Mrs. Fannie R. Gary to Mr. R. L. Ocala Banner, Bryan's Commonerand all we ask is a chance to save you m ney. All we ask is a Florida.

Carter for a portion of what is known saw Cole Brother's big circus. few minutes of your valuable time to show you through ... w._- -

as the "Gary Grove," and calls for stock. -
Mr. and Mrs H. L. Anderson, Sher- our
the eastern portion of it, the lot .
iff Gordon, Mr. Maurice Strauss, Mr.
east of Grace Episcopal church and SOUTH FLORIDA ANaIIETRUSTCIOF
: 'west of Mr. Thomas Sexton's.Mr. R. E. Yonge and Mr. A. J. Leaven- A Few Leaders [ C

good are among Ocala's visitors to
: Carter Is one bf our new citizens

and will perhaps be the first one in the fair. ROD BEDS FROM S2-50 UP SIOEB31ROS $11.50 UP ARCADIA, FLA.

Ocala to erect a stone dwelling. Mr. Schlemmer, of Cedar Key, and CAPITAL STOCK $ 00 l
sale made through the CHINA CLOSETS SIS.OO AND UP 000 00,
The was good STRONGEST
... Mr. William Benus of Bronson,' are WITH DIRECTORS OF THE ABLEST
offices of Mr. J. R. Moorehead.We .
guests Mr. and Mrs. C. H. IN SOUTH
welcome Mr. Carter to our city Schlemmer. Offers to Home Builders long time Payments InRIDA..

and hope he will be so pleased that '-A ocin FURNITURE! ( ciiFiii.C large and small means an unequaled opportunity and for to both

:: he will induce others to follow his Mrs. D. A. Clark was among the profitable investment that will yield an unusual rate of interestsound and

example.... pleasant visitors to Ocala circus day. .:' SMITH. .. ..., ... .... '. .. ,. H. _::C:3.. W. H, MOORE, Special Agent -
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4 To the Editor Ocala Banner: I manufacturing, industrial or commercial payroll, will deny for a moment that (ct that the high financiers for have been straightened, grades re- position, and of -tad-led oatofea

":t The lines of railroad now owned or. fortunes of the people whose mon- the tariffs have always been outrageously whose interest the people of this country I(.'ictd. heavier engines provided better and refusal to five proper serriM.

i operated in this part of Florida by ey was maintaining and enrichingthem. and ruinously and dishonestly are struggling so hard will not rails laid, newer and superior cars They are due to criminal nigfcet' to

y.:: the Atlantic Coast Line railroad company tOn high. No candid person will dispute have to do without their yachts, their constructed, until, now luxurious and discharge the legal obHgatie&s of a

-t were constructed principally upon the contrary these roads then that these railroads have successfully diamonds or their villas at Newoprtand rap'd travel and the prompt and efficient common carrier They Mew tM

the credit of huge grants of pub- and now in the hands of speculatorsand exploited this country, have Bar Harbor for this year at any handling of freight are the measure of contempt to wbtofc the

rt MJ; lands. The old Florida Southern, pirates, have assiduously and enjoyed the full fruits of others' la- rate. nile. except in the land of Uz! people of this country are ..*M bf

'i now part of the Atlantic Coast Line systematically "skinned" this coun- bors, and made enormous profits In the meantime the road which is The conditions above stated have the railway managers. It Is uM tfcat'

f,., system, had an enormous land grant try from the very beginning. Everyton from the phosphate, timber, and all able to provide so richly for its share- prevailed here for over twenty years; We late Jay Gould when threatened

ysed upon mileage of road construct. of phosphate has paid its heavy our other natural resources. holders is grossly neglecting its duties they are BOW worse than ever before. once with the wrath of the people. ?

ed. This fact explains why this line toll; every pine tree has yielded a And what have the Atlantic Coast as a common carrier. Its road is Apparently this division of the road remarked: "The people! Why wH_

meanders all over the middle of the revenue. They have capitalized the ..:iie railroad company and its predecessors out of repair, disgracefully neglected, has been selected as the dumping money I can hire one half of thm. to

peninsula. The sharks who promoted sweat of the farmers and trucker, done in return for this privilege and in many places positively unsafe. ground for all the antiquated and con- shoot the other half dewn.

t it wanted all the land they could and taken from all labor, and from of laying a ruinous tax upon everybody The crossties are rotten, and In a demned rolling stock which would I Well you say tide U an oW *'1.

grab. The Silver Springs, Ocala and every industry, a robber's share of ? highly dangerous condition; the rail not be tolerated elsewhere.I So It la. It Is so oM that oo oa* wea-
its rewards. The who have financed What sort of transportation serviceis used is light and the .
Gulf road was also generously en men on average was thinking over these things den whether there are say sure

.; dowed with lands donated by the pea the great phosphate mining Tendered? hardly good enough for a first class the other evening while making a enough live men down here after all

ple. companies of this section, who have What kind of accommodations and saw mill track. The engines are an- journey to Inverness from Ocala. Let
I One doubts whether manta aa+f
Having borrowed money on the basis prospected the lands, built vast facilities are furnished to the pub- tequated specimens worn out, unreliable me give you a few of the details of courage and self respeet extol amen

of these grants from the public plants, employed armies of laborers, lic? likely to explode or breakdown that trip. Twenty or more white passengers the business mn any ten,.,..

domain to build the roads, these companies and shouldered the heavy risk and It is almost useless to ask; any at any time, arid wholly inadequate and as many black ones
Did you mtfittea the raM* _4 ...
and their successor, the At. burden of the' mighty enterprises have phosphate! naval stores or mill man for decent or prompt service. were kept waiting at Ocala from three mission?

lantic Coast Line railway, proceeded seen the greater part of their profits any; merchant or trucker, any travel The cars used for passengers are]!o'clock p. m. the scheduled time for

E at once and have continued since, to grasped and appropriated by ing man ; In fact, any one who triesto dirty, dilapidated and unsafe. The ,departure, until about 6:50 p. m. The Now, I shall take no Net at tM

levy upon every business or industry these latter-day robber barons. The i do business in this country can railroad stations are almost universally -!engine used to haul the train was official body. It may be that *-. tie-

I},*' within reach the highest possible tax farming and trucking interests have give a ready answer. lacking In cleanliness and any of a type used during the civil war; piano player In the ArteMll 4u.

almost sickened and withered under the About a year, ago it seems a meet- decent accommodations. The trainsare the cars resembled a string of second 1> they are doing tfc* bH trcau
by exacting charges prohibitive -
J t.; In their magnitude. blighting tariff put upon them by ing of the shareholders of the Atlantic regularly behind time. Freight hand coffins and were old, dirty and But if you will tike the ttwWe

& For twenty-flve years the Florida these benevolent "developers" of the Coast Line was held. Did you cars are not provided for the traffic ill-smelling. Finally started on the to inquire among the offltfeta efrida ....

-<| southern line has been in operation. country; the naval stores and lumber read about it-you phosphate and mill along the road, and business is con road it was found- that the coach railroads It will be f..w4 that

,; The Silver Springs, Ocala and Gulf industries likewise, have paid enor- met.. and turpentine operators-and stantly delayed and obstructed* .for )lamps were without oil and the journey j-utly or not, the Florida NlMd

mous tribute in return for wretched 5 on farmers, truckers and merchants? lack of them. from Ocala to Juliette was made commlwkm is recanted in a p'rMy
V mat has been In business about twen-
;*., ty years. Never during all of this service, and all manner of imposition, So fat had this railroad's bank account During the past twenty years progress with the passengers sitting in total t moruus way.

P; time has either of them operated a f' the hands of these roads. grown, so cleverly had it extorted has been made throughont the darkness. The run of forty-four miles ne only suggMtien I kw I* BM .

*. fin* class passenger train. This is the sort of thing you should from you the profits of your United States in the construction and was accomplished in a little less than u that a meeting of the bmteiM area

f Never during the entire period has keep in mind whenever you hear of business, that in order to dispose of equipment of railways, and in the invention three hours. of this section be called te eaviM

... either rendered fair, adequate or decent some railroad parasite talking of the its surplus, this railroad companywas and development of appli- Now this is the sort of railway service at some accessible palm ted Mat

; service to Its shipping patrons. great work of development accom compelled to declare a stock di- ances and conveniences for the safe- furnished by this road for the some measures be taken in toM ln.serest 1 .

-i,-'. Not a single act has either of them pushed in this country by the rail- vidend of twenty per cent. in addition ty and comfort of travelers. Great past twenty years. These conditionsare of the people to desaattd ... bi -

'i done to aid or encourage industrious road companies.No to the regular cash one of five strides have been made in improved not ,merely occasional, accidentalor secure the railway scrvfee' to wlith

;: V settlers. Not a single dollar has honest man of ordinary intelli- per cent! methods of handling and transporting temporary-they are ,the result of we are J'lHtIr Ktlt tSA

i E, either contributed to build up the gence, who is not on the railroad's It is pleasant and consoling to re- the products of the country. Roads deliberate mismanagement and 1m- _.

1f The Wedding of Mr. Roess and Miss_i I Mr. Robert T. Adams to be Married MERCH ANT. -BURKE.

I in December. i I I _____
t' Anderson to Occur Next Week. I The Cleanest i
A pretty quiet home wedding was
'The first large church wedding of The Ocala friends of Mr. Robert T. y}

will be that of :Mr. Martin Adams will be interested to learn of celebrated Wednesday afternoon November -
this season
i John Roess and Miss Mary Pattillo This approaching marriage to an attractive :'; the fourteenth, at five o'clock, Chew Made 44.;
when :Miss Lillian Roberta Burke.
of Iowa. The
I. Anderson, which will be solemnizedat young 1 1
daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Burke,
at the first Presbyterian church in wedding will take place on the morn :j:
,,. of Jacksonville, became the bride of
tnls city on the evening of Wednesday ing of the sixth of December at Elka-
the twenty-eighth of der Iowa, Mr. Adams is to lead to the Mr. James Richardson Merchant of r + : .

XO\'ember.1 altar at that time Miss Nellie Carpenter ]!!I Gainesville. The ceremony was per- If could see how .
at nine o'clock, the Rev. Thomas Hay;;; I you
the most charming formed at the home of the bride'sparents R
of Gainesville, to perform the cere one : SCHNAPPS is made
i: by the Rev. Dr. Hay, pastor

mony.The church will be elaborately decorated I young The marriage ladies of will that take city.place in themorning :I''of the First Presbuterian church, of r-- and sniff the delightfully

I at the home of the bride's i j Gainesville. Miss Irene McCreary, of appetizing aroma of &V. ,
the color scheme of pink and iI .
I| Gainesville, a cousin of the groom, e,
white to be beautifully carried out in parents Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Carpenter L'Ithe thoroughly
and will be a very quiet one nocards :i i played the wedding march on the pi-
curcd vellma- f 'j
r the wedding appointments. issued. .: ano. The residence of the bride was ,\ ; :

.-V_._ The Miss wedding M B. march Wartmann will and be playedby there ,I Immediately having been after the wedding Mr. !j I simply but tastefully decorated for tured tobacco of which it is I .. .

# will be quite a number of attendants. {and Mrs. Adams will start for Ocala, I the occasion. The young couple front stood of I made, you would din cover the ream f W
the a
during ceremony
t ; Mr. Roess will have as his best I stopping over for a few days: at Chi- i for difference SCHNAPPS -+ r,
I I j screen of handsome palms, in the 1 sons the big between
first of
and after the January
Fred T. Lewis, of Virginia, !icago, '
man Mr. I '
and .
mantle -
j 'will be at home to their friends at the front parlor, and.the corners and its imitators. '
of Cornell, will | I
and Mr. E. C. Wesh,
of the room all banked with I is clean! The factories
r and Messrs. John |Ocala House. I
be the groomsman, 'I' of Mrs. D. palms and ferns, while bowls of snowy : tobacco *; '
Stevens, of Jacksonville, C. L Ander Mr. Adams is the son are as clean as the cleanest kitchen-the M' i
and I G. Edwards,! owner of the Ocala I white chrysanthemums greatlyto is touched human WX.-&f
Jewett by
son, of Holder, Stephen the beauty of the scene. In the in manufacture scarcely
Thomas H. Harris will be the ushers. House, and he has made his home in cleanse the leaf .-' ?&
this city for several years. He is 'j dining room pink and white chrysanthemums hands-with special machinery to :

l Mrs. Clifton Camp, of Roanoke, connected with the clerical force of were lavishly used in the and produce clean chewing tobacco. .. '*-

\ Virginia the bride's only sister, will the Ocala House and is also city tick- decoration. There were no attendantsand When such scrupulous care is taken with the choicest'
and Miss '
: matronof-honor
her ,
k? entered the
>, Elizabeth Adams, of Lynchburg Virginia et agent of the Atlantic Coast. Line. the bride and The groom couple selections of tobacco from America's finest chewing tobacco -
will leave in week for Elkader parlor together. young is
\ He a wonder that SCHNAPPS so
will be Miss Anderson's maid- districts can _
left on the evening train for a wedding you ,
: y honor and the bridesmaids will be I and wishes will of his carry many with friends.him the best trip to Atlanta and will be at satisfying, so pure, so appetizing and wholesome-so ,. ; .;

Mist Valeta Potter Mrs. C. L. Anderson home in Gainesville for ThanksgivingDay. different from c..irt,_ that pretend to be as good?

Miss Ethel Robinson and Miss I Mr. J. H. Post, of Colorado-, is in The bride's going away gown Expert tests prove that this superior tobacco requires

Sara Harris. the city the guest of his old time was of broadcloth.Mr. and takes a sma ler amount of sweetening than any other
Immediately ceremony friend Col. V. J. Shipman. Mr. Postis Merchant. is the business manager and satisfying
reception will be tendered to the bridal kind-and has a wholesome, stimulating
on his way to Cuba, where he ex- of the Gainesville Sun, a posi-
and the relatives and most filled effect on chewers : .
party pects to invest in a sugar plantationand tion which he has successfully
Intimate friends at the beautiful home also in timber lands. :Mr. Post during the past six years. Be sure the letters on the tag and under the tag spellS'C'hma'p'p'S.

of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lockbridge and Colonel Shipman have been fast Mrs. Merchant formerly lived in The Reynolds Company is under the '- w

Anderson on South Third street. friends since 1865, when they residedin Ocala and has quite a number of direction of the same men who have managed it since j

Mr. and Mrs. Roess will leave on State Center, Iowa. They are kept friends in this city. 1875 and who have made the chewing tobacco busi t
the early morning train for a northern ,
busy while together recalling many
; wedding trip and will be absent ness a life-study.
incidents which occurred in their Flowers for the Living.Do 1 .
for several weeks and after January younger days, when Colonel Shipman not keep the alabaster boxes There are plenty of plugs that look like Schnapps, without
will be at home at 29 I the satisfying chewing qualities.
the first they managed a baseball club and Mr.Post' jof I your love and tenderness sealed same

North Main street. occupied the position as third I up until your friends are dead. Fill B.J. arrMGiss; TOBACCO COMPANY

baseman on the team which for several -!their lives with sweetness. Speak f .'".n... ..(.I....!lem, ;H. C. di / .

successive years won the state I approving, cheering words while
I --
Marion County Cattle Abroad. .A!
w. I championship. Both look back with their ears can yet hear them, and -.3F
'The Montgomery Advertiser givtaf -
state'Ir pride to their record in this line and while their hearts can be thrilled .
an account of the Alabama
t many are the pleasant recollections and made happier by them; the kind On Quoting the President. -THEHardware-

says; brought back as they sit and talk to they are gone,
"In the distribution of prizes, itwu things you mean say A recent bulletin issued from the

found that although a large number over bygone days. say before they go. The flowers you White House lays down the law as

of exhibitors, especially in the in New York. mean to send for their coffins send follows: Marion Conptjy
Modern Progress
sweeten their homes )
to brighten and "
For it has been the
cattle and swine exhibits, were from Office buildings 26 stories high; many years
offices. :Many before they leave them. If my friends invariable practice never to attemptto
other states, that. the Alabama contestants containing a thousand
for positions received by far painted with the L. & M. have alabaster boxes laid away, full quote a private conversation with -HEADQUARTERS -

"- Hotels covering a city block containing of fragrant perfumes of sympathyand the president. It has been found thatas
of the
the majority travel
1,400 rooms; subway
affection, which they intend to matter of fact the man who
winners, a
notable prize
"Among the 45 miles an hour. American Wire Fencing,
the break over my dead body, I would quotes such a conversation usually
.ne, a shorthorn bull. Director, This is modern progress.L.
property of E. J. Blow and Son of & M. Paint is modern progress rather they would bring them out in misquotes it, whether consciously or Sash,.Doors and Blinds

bears the paint. my weary and troubled hours, and unconsciously; and such an alleged
/"eddy, Escambla! county, oil1 fresh from the barrel and
Buy them, that I may be refreshedand Is circumstances Paints. Oils and Varnishes
open conversation under no -
first ,
feUtlnctlon of having taken four all it to L. & M. Paint, which is semi- ,
while I need
In four classes In which it was mixed. cheered by them to be held as calling for either

prises In the competition for two- 4 gallons L .& M. Paint mixed with them. I would rather have a plain explanation or denial by the presi- Mill and Mining Supplies,

entered. bulls of 3 gallons Linseed Oil, at 50 cents a coffin without a flower, a funeral with- dent.
year olds, and for champion makes actual cost of paint less Turpentine Snpplies
gallon out an eulogy, than a life without the "The president is responsible only | ,
Sfaay age In both the state and open than $1.20 per gallon.II .
." in sweetness of love and sympathy. Let what he himself in public,
lists, be was adjudged superior to all the slightest defects exists for says Improved Fanning Tools!
contestants. Director comes of the L. & M. Paint that has been used us learn to anoint our friends before for what he writes, or for what he explicitly -
other house it will be repainted for their burial. Post mortem kindness
noted stock, Wing able -to trace his on any authorizes the proper govern- GET OUR PRICES
nothing. does not cheer the troubled spirit. ment officials to state in his behalf."
Unease to the Imported Desdemona Sold by Mclver & MacKay, Ocala,
Flowers on the coffin cast no frag- fails to that
1-B The president say
through his dam. and to the Kentucky Fla.
J show bred Paragon of the west rance backwards over life's weary Root misquoted him. Marion Hardware Company
entered :' Buy your bread from Spencer'sBakery way.
through his sire. i for they deliver it. De solicit GAST.
months Mr. Stilwell, ,of the Reatz LumberCo.
showing at '
i the x
thousand seven your trade. ., at Silver Springs, who was tried .. -
t of ace, and weighs one
Bessie Pike died the home before United States Com-
Miss at for peonage
hundred and fifty pounds. Saw Mill. Engine' and Bellies
of Pal. of he-r parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. M. mIssioner D. S. Williams Friday and !
This bull Is a production Iwf Porablt OutflU a Specialty
it metto Park Farm and was sold by Pike, at Columbia S. C., several Saturday has been bound over to the

in weeks ago. This news will be received United States grand jury in the sum
I C&ambliss & Co., to Blow and Writ for Catalog& sold oa Eu7
by the Ocala friends of the cf 2000. .
December 1905. -
[. win In the NSREstaURN family with regret. :Mr. Pike was the .
It Is a great honor THE MALSBY MACHINERY CO.
where Kentucky Methodist minister in this city for A splendid lot of stair carpet, with
class at a fair RHEUbEATiSM r5 of J-cks.nvtIt l Fla.
ojwn cattle are eligi, nearly four years and his daughter ornaments; also a lot of matting for
k and other northern Perms Corner W." ".A.t Jtntr: nuts.
Tydings &, Co., Druggists, Ocala Fla.jls very pleasantly remembered here. sale. M. .Strauss. 11-174T !
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Thursday THANKSGIVING, November PROCLAMATION 29th, is th: I 1 1 1 1 t f t t 1 1 1 f f f .f f 11 Ott 14f f f f 11 t 1f 1 f f t t1 1 ff i 9 1 ,

-Day j Ij j I '. ,: ; f '. / : : :- 'i :f Z -:. ...'
President Roosevelt has designated I
Thursday November 29. as Thanksgiving I
Day. The text of the proclama j

lion is as follows: I. -" h.:' : __ _- .__. ._ .:... : .- :- .. -_ __ __ --. -. .. __ u_ _. _
The time of year has come when I .

In Accordance with the custom of our I ..
forefathers, it becomes my duty to :
set aside _a special day of thinksgiv- 4
iag and praise to the Almighty because 4 When In NeedOF'
of the blessings we have received .
: and of prayer that these blessings :

may be continued. Yet another f fPurina
year of widespread well being has; .....
past Never before in our history or I '
any other nation has a people enjoyed : '- .
more abounded material prosper- .

; ity than ours; a prosperity so great .. .. :
that it should arouse in us no spirit
"of reckless pride and least of all a : -
spirit of heedless disregard of our Feed Oats Hay 'J
responsibilities; but rather a sober ,
sense of our many blessings and absolute -
purpose under Providence not :

I to forfeit them by any action of our '
own. Corn Bran
a Material well being indispensible II! ,
though it is, can never be anything : !: ... -'
but the foundation of true national G .
greatness and happiness. If we II : rjjf
E Shorts
build nothing upon this foundation II j ji
then our national life will be as meanIngless :
and empty as a house where II k' .- -.:
only the foundation has been laid. ell "
Upon our material well being must II E Salt Etc. "
be built a superstructure of individual : ,
and national life lived in accordance ;
with the laws of the highest mora .
ality or else our prosperity itself .. i- 't 1' '

will in the! long run turn out a curse :
iastead of a blessing. We should be Send Us Your Orders.To ,
t' both reverently thankful for what we ... sr .;
kave received and earnestly bent '
upon turning it into a means of grace :
and cot of destruction. ..
Accordingly I hereby set apart ..
Thursday, the 29th day of November : -- -

Beit as a day of thanksgiving and b "
supplication on which the people III -
shall meet in their homes or their .. -

churches devoutly acknowledge all : -i... .--_ _._ :' : .--'r-- :::--'.- .:. : ....-- ,
that has been given them, and pray GI j- -
that they may in addition receive the ,.
.W power to use this gift aright. ..
'In witness thereof I have hereunto +:
set my hand and caused the seal .. A. N BRO.
d the United States to be affixed. III -
Done at the city of Washington!I I.i i-- s

this 22nd day of October in the year '. . -
-- -- '-';' -- -' -=- -- -' H '- -- ---: :' : : '--- _-: :-.- -.- __, -. :-.-: :: :: ._ ___ -c---_ u
ef our Lord 1906 and of the independence -
of the United States 131st. ,. b- -
By the President: :
EUHU ROOT Secretary of State. --
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Hope After the Atlanta Riots. : r-
I think that the status of affairs is .
fuller of hope and of promise than it .. E -
has been before. The negro has seen
the awful and lawless fury of the :
white man's vengeance when he is ..
aroused beyond control. The negro t i REMEMBER
has seen the superiority of the white :I ;

man in numbers in equipment in .
aUitiry In arms in police force in ..
Ira companies and in coherent dis I.
cipline. Best of all we have now, as :
Send Us Your Orders for Your
we have never had before the full .
and hearty co-operation of the negro .
leaders. They' have faithfully promIsed 41 "
,.. _
to devote less of their time to : .0. ,
the denunciation of lynching and. "
many times fore of time and space Candies"
to preaching from their pulpits and i.. -
irom their forums the essential
warnings of hell and damnation to :

the rapist L. L. Raisins Cluster Raisings
I thtak that the cooperation of the ,
best class of negroes with the element
of law and order among the whites :
along this line has done more than ,.
anything else has ever done to better +. English Walnuts, >q' ,
the feeling and permanent relationship -
between the races. I believe that "

this leaders consistent will permeate preaching in time of the the.,i I Pecans Almonds Brazil Nuts

whole rank even to that of the criminal ,
negroes of the race and will I IMince
cause that class to realize that they
do not have the sympathy but the Figs Dates
utter condemnation of their own people ,
for their fiendish crime.I i
believe that the result of the riot I .
and the reflections which come from Meat Pickles
it has established the fact that raping .
is not to be regarded hereafter
u a crime of race but a crime of individuals : "
and will be punished by i Cranberries. ..
law-John Temple Graves in the .. _
World Today. 1-. ,. .
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i Col. Wattersoa and the WashingtonStar
are at variance. The Star says ; : 'i

the circles in the ground-plan of the i TO ARRIVE THIS WEEK >
capital are designated not to confuse : .: -
the*, stranger, but to beautify the city. '
Col. Watterson says they were desig '
% nated to prevent the newly arrived
Car Texas Red Rust Proof : '
members of congress from butting ,,
sharp corners while absorbed in a .
vinous celebration of their political 1 '
triumph. It is Impossible to say : '' :' ,
which is right but the circles prob-- : Seed 0 a ts. :
ably serve both indicated purposes.- I. ,, ( ro' .,&. !, N. ,; ,: ,

Miami Metropolis.. '::" !: -' -
Largest Orange Grove in' California. I -
Redlands CaL Nov. 19.-Officers / Fk.
of the Menstone Heights Orange Co., : .{ ,.,
which controls 1,200 acres near here; l 1.r .
made a formal inspection" of their ; -a
holdings recently. Work has already 1
been started to plant out practically : .-.-
the entire ranch In oranges and when .
this is completed It will be practically 1
tie largest orange grove In the state. I 1 1Z