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 30, 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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44444+1..4...4...... .......................... BEAUTIFUL PARTY FOR TWO I CALLED TO HIS REWARD. i I 1

Jh ......444.44444.44.4444+444444+4444444444....4. LOVELY BRIDES-ELECT. I j -
Dr. W. H. Marean Laid to Rest Sun

A charming affair of Monday after. day Afternoon With Masonic
t" ii Yt I Honors. SflFE DEPOSIT VAULT I
: noon, bringing together in a delight.

!; i Holiday I i fully informal and pleasant way a The funeral of Dr. W. H. Marean, -

J / coterie of friends was the party which one of Ocala's oldest and most prominent -

t Ii' U Miss Hattie Dye and :Miss Esther I physicians, occurred Sunday- We have boxes to rent at $5.00 year that
ternoon at three thirty o'clock from
Weathers in honor of Miss
i Stationery.At Mary Anderson gave and Miss Edith Piatt Grace church.At will hold a big lot of valuable papers, Jewelry,

H Ii the two popular brides-elect, the marriage three o'clock the Marion-Dunn etc. Also larger bozes costing a little more F
Lodge No. 19, which had taken chargeof
of the former
taking place
keep the key. Come and them.
.. Wednesday night and that of the the body, arirved at the residenceand see

The 2POSTOFFICE latter next Monday night. the funeral cortege moved to

Miss Anderson handsume Grace Episcopal church.At .
wore a
pearl gray cloth suit trimmed with the door of the church the sad .

pompadour silk with linings to match. procession was met by Bishop Wile
I DRUG STORE : Her hat was a small gray velvet liam Crane Gray and the Reverend BANKERS. F Fr

George Hendree Harrison, the Masonic .._
trimmed with gray and pink roses -
arch was formed and the hand-
Miss Piatt's gown was a pale gray I
Is Unsurpassed some casket containing all that was -
crepe de chene with lace trimmingsand TO MOVE TO TAMPA.
A with this costume she wore a mortal of one of nature's noblemen, ..MM.....4..4...$4$,...4. 3

i lovely white lace hat with pink roses passed through to the altar white; For several weeks it has been rumored

and pink plumes. the grand service: of the burial of that the W. J. Chamber Shoe
.......................... **.*..*.............. The two popular hostesses the dead: "I am the resurrection, and 7
wore Store
t would be moved to Tampa and
,. ............................................... white and were as they always are the life, saith the Lord, he that be- yesterday Mr. Chambers authorized Wedding .

the most cordial of hostesses. They lieveth in me though he be dead the publication of the fact.

; MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS.I Genial, smiling, Col. Nic Barco, the were graciously assisted by Mrs. shall he live," was chanted in unison About five years ago Mr. Chamberscame Presents

Local- Editor.' popular citizen of Crystal River, was Weathers. .... by the ibshop and the rector. to Ocala from Orange Lake.

in Ocala Monday.Mrs. Each of the guests had been requested The church was filled with sorrow where he had been lIving for many

to bring with them two ing friends and as the touching hymn: He
f LOCAL AND PERSONAL. copIes years. entered the shoe businessand /'
J. B. Long and Mrs. A. M. of their favorite recipe in rhyme "Art Thou Weary, Art Thou Languid," has been very successful. He *"

s Mr. George Petteway represented Groves, of Dunnei.on, were shoppingin The two honor guests knew nothingof was softly sung, many eyes were is leaving on account of not being

2f Leroy in Ocala Tuesday. Ocala Monday and stopped at the this plan and they were askedto blinded by tears. able to secure a suitable location the ..

Ooala House.Dr. read ,the verses. Some of them From Grace church the cortege store he now occupies having been
i 1 Mr. W. J. Lohrig of Fairfield, spent were exceedingly clever and the recipes -moved to Greenwood cemetery, over lased by Messrs. Rhelnauer &: Co.
> Sunday in the city with his family. W. R. 0. Veal, of Cotton Plant the same road where only two days .
:, the were all excellent. For the best -Mr. Chambers will go to his new
and Martel, and youngest prac-, before had the remains of Dr.larean's .
recipe and rhyme the prize was gone home immediately after the holidays
Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter, of
ticing for his in this
physician years Presents
; visitors the I awarded to Miss Sara Harris whose beloved and only son, Fred and while the citizens of Ocala regrethis
Levon. were to city on
11 country, with the exception of the'
W. Marean.
rhyme was as follows: decision to leave us they will
1 Tuesday. youthful Dr. Lisk, was shaking hands I
The flowers on the newly made wish for him abundant success in

Mr. Egar F. Smith, of Dunnellon, with his Ocala friends Monday.Mr. "A one, two three, four cake, grave had not withered when the bodyof the growing city of Tampa. Mr. W ihF

1: represented that thriving city in Ocala Horace Reeves, of Inverness, Is the easiest thing to make. the father was placed beside that Chambers' family will not go down to

I Tuesday. passed through Ocala Monday from Of butter you take only one cup, of his child! that city until later on.
Of sugar two and mix well up, With the honors that are due a' Air. Chambers has rented a store
Valdosta, where he has been to see
j Mrs. L. B. Tydings is spending a his uncle, Colonel West, who we re- Of eggs one, two, three four, dead brother from the living, the Ma- in the new Curry block, which i* a
few days with her son, Mr. Charles R. Then to avoid stiff batter, sons conducted the services, after five story building, and will put in a
gret to say is quite sick. His friends
Tydings. In it a cup of sweet milk mix, which father and son were left together much larger stock than he now car
in Loth Georgia and Florida wish for
And through 'all a little baking pow- underneath the shadows of
Mrs Minnie A. Bostick is spending hv a speedy recovery. der scatter, % the soughing pines, their still peaceful ries.Mr.: Chambers and his family hate ..........................

' a few days at the Tampa fair.. She )lr. and Mrs. R. H. Holstein, of So, then, you will have it in just the faces turned to the red gold of the made many friends during their residence !l. ----- .. -- -----
will return home Friday. right fix. Test? where they will rest in peace here and
we are
Hague, passed through Ocala Monday very sorry For a Two Cent lum,.
Lastly fold in three of flour, until the one great call is sounded. indeed to lose him.
afternoon returnindg from visit to
The fish and oysters of the "Wil A common process has beta ....,
the Tampa fair. During their absence And please don't stir it for more thanan
of Homosassa, red
llama Fish company, Picnic: at Silver Springs.Mr. The Ocala House finds that the ( to possess healing prepwtsast
fat and'fine. they left their little son in this city hour. known nrvtofore, bat wrpaMtaf af
_t' with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.S. While making stir in a spoonful of Martin John Roess, whose wed American plan of running a hotel to other drug. The discoverer w.. tara

Colonel R. F. Rogers and Mrs. C. R. Pyles. love, ding to Miss Mary Anderson was a be quite popular as its list of arrivals two cent sump, tell anyoot what

IT. Rogers of Lynne were welcome Patience forbearance, the heart of a prominent event of Wednesday night, will attest. it Is. Address X. P&Ulipi, Fla x

i visitors to Ocala Tuesday.Mr. Mr. D. C. Head, who resides at Silver dove, complimented the bridal party with a .. ...
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Springs/: Junction, was in Ocala And into the fire slowly drop, one by picnic at Silver Springs Monday night.
ad Mrs. A. P. Stuckey of Sparr, 'Monday, and was bragging about his one, Those in the party were Messrs. ........................... ......................... 1

and Mr. D. A. Clark of Martel, were 'pointer dog, which he says he will put All the imaginary fancies of trouble Roess, Lewis, C. L. Anderson, Harris H. ROBINSON, Prti.

among our visitors Monday.Mr. I against any dog in the county and is end care, Jewett, Halsey Hulse, John Steve I S. H. GLITCH, Mgr. J. C, BOOZER A* U Mflf,
I i a thoroughbred. The stories he told And then I feel sure that you never ens, Misses Anderson Adams, Johnson : GEO. J. BLITCH.T.IUr..
Sam Fackler formerly with
of the hunting qualities of this dog will rue Harris, Potter, Robinson, Mrs. C.
River News, is now with
the Crystal.. I are remarkable\ and Mr. Head stands The gay you promised your love to be I L. Anderson and Mrs. Clifton Camp. 1t
the Ocala banner's mechanical force. The Hold the
i Strong
ready to verify them. .... true. The omnibus was brought into

Mrs. Sue Feaster has returned to And on the fire of affection let it requisition and the party had a most

\1 her home In Micanopy after a visit in The Rt. Rev. William Crane Gray, gently bake, jolly ride to the springs. I

Ocala with her sister, Mrs. T. M. or Orlando, bishop of southern Floe This easily made and delightful cake." The weather was just cold enoughto
ida, spent Sunday in Ocala and be pleasant, the moon shone
rt Moore. .
.t\\t i .. preached a very fine sermon Sunday We regret that we have not the brightly and there was never a more ,

Misses Shelly and Pansey Souter morning at Grace church. At the other rhymes before us and space for glorious night nor never did young OCALA. FLfl.v .

returned home Sunday afteroon from conclusion of the service confirmation them all as quite a number of them people enjoy themselves more delightfully % -

Tampa where they spent several rites were administered, Mrs. ia i our judgment were the equal and {

r days at the fair. ownly Porter being the only ape iperior of the one quoted above. The run down the river was a pan- jj Has Upon Public Confidence1' is Evidenced -

plicar.t. The prize was a pretty copy of "Lady orama of delights and was an ecstacy

Messrs. Stuckey and Tiller continueto Baltimore," the title of the book compared even with the gondolier par- t|E by its Large and Increasing i
buy lands. They have added another Mr. Emil Van Espen has just returned -
being the name of a famous cake. ties in Venice.At .
from Paris, where he has been
of 40,000 or more acres
matter After the recipes had all been read about the hour of twelve, high Business.

to their possessions. lightfully.spending several He says months that the most capital de- they were bound into pretty linen moon, a sumptuous lunch was spread I. : : .l

Mr. Elhert Stevens, of Crystal Riv- of France is no doubt the gayest cityin covers bearing the initials of each of and the bus and boat rides proved ex- ..................... *i ++ .+..+..*...4.*4...
the brides and the word "recipes"done hilerating enough to make it most en-
er, was in Ocala Saturday. He returned' the world and in many respects the _. _
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in and tied together with joyable.
home the same afternoon. His I leader of all other cities, still it always green "-
big ribbon bows. These pretty The return trip was made in quick
father whom he met in Ocala returned .delights him to get back to Ocala be-
and useful books were presented to time and the night will linger long inhe FurnitureIt's
wUh, him. cause he has so many warm and generous -
I Miss Piatt and Miss Anderson as memory of those who made it.
friends here and Ocala itself
)11'& J. II. Blllingsly and Mrs. P. souvenirs of a very happy afternoonand
I is a most delightful city. An Infant Christened at the Methodist
A. McCarven, two splendid Marion were most acceptable gifts.

county citizens, have returned to their Mr. Robert W. Ferguson, of Berlin, Ice cream and cake were then at- Sunday morning Church.the services at a little early, but our fall stock is arriving dally aaii -
at Reddick after a short tractively served and the entire after-
home in Ocala, the guests of Mrs. J. M. accompanied by his son Robert, jr, noon was as merry as a marriage the Methodist church were begun all we ask is a chance to save you msney. All we ak k t
l ; was in town Monday and brought a with the christening ritual of that
Meffert bell. few minutes of your valuable time to show you to
wagon load of turkeys which he distributed :!'irch.
Miss Dye and Miss Weathers hadas our stock.
Mr Joe Davis, one of the most up- among his customers as he The little five weeks old son: of Dr.
todate farmers in the county, was has been doing for several years their guests the following ladies: and Mrs. William Herbert Powers
Miss Edith Piatt, Miss Mary Anderson A Few Leaders
His turkeys are always fat
visiting I In the count site Monday.Mr. past. was baptished and christened Wile
Mrs. Clifton Camp, Mrs. C. L.
Davis's Summerficld farm, his as he takes special care of them. He. liam Harris Powers by the pastor of
I Anderson Mrs. H. L. Anderson, Mrs.G. .
to says, however, that he had less suc- the church, Rev. L. W. Moore. There
t neighbors! ,are good enough say this than usual on accountof R. McKean, :Mrs. J. J. Gerig, Mrs.C. RON BEDS FROM! $2.50 UP SlttSMRMCHINA Slt.l' '
stands almost as a model farm. cess year were no sponsers aside from the little
the excessive rains in the early Carroll, Mrs. G. H. Harrison, Mrs.D. .
ones parents, grand parents and CLOSETS $SIS H AND UP
.. S. Aderson, :Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk,
\ Mr.: J. J. Tipton who spent. two part of the year. other relatives, who were present to
':t Mrs. W. P. Edwards, Mrs. W. T.
fair has returned
weeks at the Tampa see him christened. The little gentleman
t homeHe says the fair is all tot Mr. and Mrs. John W. Pearson returned -Gary Mrs. William Hocker, Hrs. L. acquitted himself most satisfac-

) the good but the live stock display home Sunday afternoon afteran W. Duval Mrs. J. E. Chace Mrs. D. torily, behaving: in a most beautiful OCALA! nun f R [ t COMPANY.GMi

is not so good as it was last year. The absence of some time. Mrs. Pearson E. Mclver, Mrs. C, S. Cullen, Miss manner. .
Letitia Johnson,--of Rome, Ga., :Miss .
is fine as it couple of months with -
blppodrome he says as spent a The christening ceremony was wit C --1,
i II possible for anything of the kind her daugther, Miss Alta Pearson, whois Elizabeth Adams of Roanoke, Va., nessed by quite a large congregationand
Misses Valeta Potter, Ethel Robin .
attending' Brenau college at Gains- --- -
to be. after it was over regular morning
..fr ville. Ga., and afterwards went to son. Alice Bullock. :Meta Jewett EmIly worship was enjoyed. II -..:' :,' ,., .- ': ,',' : 'T" '.:. ,,'::::,1

Mr and Mrs Joe Bittinger, of visit her daughter, Mrs. G. D. Wright, Ford, Sarah McCreery, Miriam The pastor preached a sermon on DIRECTORS: I IR.

41.Plymouth.. Mass., are the guests of at St. Jo. Mo. )Ir. Pearson, visited Pasteur and Sara Harris. the "Goodness of God" and special

the former's uncle, Mr. C. L. Bittinger. Chicago and other western cities on Miss Johnson, who is one of our music was rendered by the choir com S. Hall Ucw;'- MacKay J. K. Oust

Mr. Bittinger. was in Ocala a number business and later joined his wife attractive visitors, wore a modish posed of the following: Dr. and Mrs.L. H. A. FON" Z. a CbamWtM

of months some, years ago and at St. Jo.Mr. coat suit of old rose with cream lace .F. Blalock Mr. W. W. Carlton, Mrs. T. T. Mnnroe J. B.. Brooks

was a member of the Banner force and blouse and a cream lace hat with one H. 31. Hampton and Mrs. G. L. Taylor :
business John W. Stevens, of Fort McCoy long white plume. This handsomet"i1ette
the newspaper
still in Miss
he Is and Wartmann, organistMr.
'. in Massachusetts. was in Ocala Saturday. He was completed with a pale In addition, to its excellent fertilities this! Bank

had just returned from a visit to blue feather boa and muff. Walter Chamberlain, of Birm-
has the
advaetage of a capable and good
"At rs. W. D. Graham who has been Tampa where he saw the great midwinter Miss Adams, another charming :visitor ingham, and :Mr. Lewman of Loius- competent,

on 'a tUlt to her father at Carter's fair. He says it is better thanit wore a brown suit with a cream yule, the architect and contractor of Board of Directors and a strong body of Sockholder

Pond has returned to the city and was last year and visited by many lace rouse! and her hat was brown the new Marion county court house

with Mr. Graham Is now occupyingthe more people. Instead of ,going home velvet and trimmed with exquisite yellow were in Ocala Tuesday and held a

Moorbead, residence which they Mr. Stevens continued his trip on to glumes. special meeting with the county com

recently purchased. Mrs. Graham's Crystal River with his son, Mr. El- Mrs. Duval who is one of this sea missioners. The disputed points THE CENTRAL( NATIONAL( BANK,
4 father, Mr. Carter, has been very bert Stevens, whom he met in Ocala. son's brides was handsome in black were gone over and an agreement

tick but we are glad to learn that He expects to feast awhile on fish net over taffeta, with which she worea reached and things are"now: going on:, OF OCALA,

be, ts'-aow tery much better. anc ojsters. bib while picture hat with plumes. smoothly. '

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i THE ROESS--ANDERSON NUPTIALS. .f I Mr.. Sam R. Pyles of Ocala, is registered RHEINAUER & COMPANY

i i at the Hillsboro this week. }

I He is one of the best known men in

A Beautiful Event. at the Presbyterian Church Wednes- i !the state, and comes of one of the The leading Mercantile House jn Ocala

.v oldest' Florida families. Last year

day.Evening 'Mid Evergreens, Flowers and Music t !jhe was a fair commisioner from

.. ... . j Marion county.-Tampa Tribune. In Ladies' have been than
-A----&-&- & our Ready-to-Wear Department we more ordinarily
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'- Mr. Patrick Todd Randall, of Con btisy all this season, for the simple reason that our offerings! appeal to the Ladies with

There's a swell ol stately :music, man, Mr. Fred T. Lewis, of Norfolk,
nor, went down to Tampa Tuesday to taste and an inclination towards economy
There's chancel full of bloom l'
Va., and the attendants grouped themselves
There's a crowd of well.gowned women. -I inspect the big wid-winter fair and

There's a churchlul of perfume. around in the an bride attractive and groom semi-circle while the I see the other atractions of this great Ladies Ready to Wear Tailored Suits in Broadcloth, Fancy S

There's a bunch of orange blov"oms. and growing city. From Tampa Mr.
Rev. Thomas Hay of Gainesville Weaves and Silks. Prices from
There's a shy and shrinking smile. per Randall will go to Tarpon Springs to range $13.50 to 27.00.
swith of veil and chiffon formed the marriage ceremony, dur
There's a see the steamer "Winona," which he
There's a ribbon down the aisle. ing which the soft notes of the organ '
owns. RAIN COATS and CLOAKS'58inch
There's a sweetly solemn pastor. were heard in the backgroundand

There's a whisper now and then. the solemn ceremony was a most Mrs. J. ]1. Jackson, jr., and her two
There's a ring a finger, Cravcnette Coats in grey, black and tan at . .Sti.OO, 8.50, 10.00 and 15.00 %
upon impressive and beautiful :
There's joyous Amen.It one. daughters, of Miami, after spending 50-in. Broadcloth Coats, in grey, black and tan, for dress occasions, $10.00 12.00,15.00,22.00 /

After the benediction the music was several weeks at Cotton Plant with Plaid Auto Long Coats, latest effects, for . . . . . . . . $4.50 to 12.50 ',_

was a night such as only Flor changed' to Lohengrin and''Mr. and MrsRoess Mrs. Jackson's parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. A Big Selection of Children's Long Coats, ages 1 fo 16 yrs, prices range from 81.50 to 8.50

ida can boast In mid-winter. The turned to leave the church J. M. Barco, have returned home. Be-

'. moon was a blaze of silver glory passing down the left hand aisle and L fore coming to Ocala they spent a Silk, Waists in Mesaline, Taffetta and Habutai

followed in couples by the attend couple of weeks Bronson with Dr.
shedding its radiant light over the ants. at Elaborately trimmed and well tailored from $3.00 to 1.()() -
Jackson's parents.
land. What more poetic time could The
petite maid-of-honor- wore -
have been chosen for a young girl to pink chiffon over taffeta which was Mr. John L. Carney, of Lake Weir, GOODSWe

plight her troth to the man of her I most becoming to her brunette beauty one of the most promising young men

choice? of Marion county and a brother of i make special mention of the RHEINAUER'S BLACK HIGH FOREIGN BROADCLOTH.High

For the wedding of Miss Mary Pa- Stately Mrs. Camp was very queen Mrs. W. B. Grady, of this city, is In following cel8)ratd SIIKS- LUSTRE TAFFETA SILK manufactured Grade, chiffon finished, excellent quality -

tillo Anderson and Mr. Martin John ly in an empire gown of pink liberty Tampa for a few days enjoying the exclusively for us by C. J. Bon ,
52 inches wide, in black and alt
Roess the First Presbyterian churchof satin with Parisian trimmings.Mrs. fair. Mr. Carney was formerly a net & Cie., Lyons, France; 36 inches

this city had been turned into a Anderson and Miss Potter,, resident of Tampa and his many THE MAXIINE-at 89 cents; every wide, at. . .. . . .$1.49 the !eading shades for street wear,

beautiful spring' forest under the both very attractive blondes were friends are giving him quite an ova- yard guaranteed; in all the leading per yard. . . . . $1.00

skilful fingers of Mr. Heinz, the gowned in pale pink crepe de chene tIon.-Tampa Tribune. I!shades. SPECIAL- 'II

florist Palms, graceful bamboo and and the other two bridesmaids, Miss
The Teapotprogressive Grocery, a pushing and Yard-wide Taffeta at. .75c and 98c EOLIENNE de LUXE42 iuchea
spruce pine boughs combined with exquisite Robinson and Miss Harris, were in MONEYBAK TAFFETA Your
firm, and always doing CHIFFON PANAMA Black
pink and white chry white, the former wearing a hand -- ,> grey. in all the
something out of the ordinary were money back if not satisfactory; 36 and all the other popular shades, popular eveningshades ,
santhemums in the same two colors some inported silk "Eolian and the rang
distributing handsome cakes of soap inches wide; standard price, .$1.50 ing in price from 50 cents
combined to from a background for latter, white chiffon. to.$1.25 ; special value at . 53 c
Tuesday to their army of customers.
... the bridal party that will long linger The young ladies, who were in t
The soap has the Teapot advertisement -
in the memory of those- that were white, carried immense bouquets of .
printed on It in embellished letters
present at the wedding on Wednesday big shaggy pink chrysanthemums tied
and what is about it is
evening. with white satin ribbon, which fell to Clothing Department Shje Department
that it "will not wash off.
The church was crowded with an the floor. The bouquets of those in

assemblage of friends and relativesto pink were the same beautiful flowers / STYLISH WINTER CLOTHES FOR
witness the marriage of this popular in 'white tied with pink satin ribbon Mr. J. D. Bacon, of Chicago who

young couple, who are beginningtheir At the handsome home of Mr. and owns a farm near: Sparr, was In Ocala SUITS! PRICES. -

married life with the most delightful Mrs. Anderson on South Third street Tuesday and left Tuesday night for Expert cutting and careful hand work _

and promising prospects. they tendered a beautiful reception to Tampa where after inspecting the insure correct models that retain We maintain our reputation in thistheir
shape to the end. line and take special pride in the values -
, The ushers were Messrs. Thomas H. Mr. and Mrs. Roess and their attend fair he will go to St. Petersburg, Tarpon we offer.MERRIAM.

Harris and Stephen Jewett, of this ants, the only others entertained being Springs, Clearwater and other Men's Suits in the latest fabrics at .

city, Mr. John Stevens, of Jackson the family connections and one places on the west coast. It will be $7.00' $10.00, $15.00 and $20.00. Shoes are considered

ville, and the bride's brother, :Mr. C. or two very intimate friends.Mr. sad news to his neighbors at Sparrto the best wearers for tha little folks
Youths' at . . . .$1.00 to
Suits at $5.00, $7.50 $230
L. Anderson, of Holder. and Mrs. Roess received the learn of the death of his daughter, ,
and $14.00
Before the arrival of the wedding congratulations and best wishes Of Miss Bacon, who has spent several WICHERT & GARDINER Ladies'

party the following beautiful musical the guests in the parlor and afterwards winters with him in Florida. She Boys' Two Piece Suits, ages 3 to 17, Shoes are the highest grade of sty-!

porgram was rendered by Miss the bridal party were seatedat died of pneumonia a few days ago. Prices ranging from $1.50 to $7.50OVERCOATS& ish footwear . . .$3.00 to $4.00

M. B. Wartmann and Mrs. W. J. three tables in the dining room and
Prof. W. J. Borden, of Dxford. Fla., SWEATERS CROSSETT AND BANISTER shoes
Byrne: which was exquisitely lovely in its for men are the acme of shoemaking,

Epithalamium (Wedding Hymn)- decorations of pink and white with paid us a very pleasant visit on For Men, Youths and Boys. $3.50 t o $6.00
Thursday afternoon. He was here on
R. Huntington Woodman. feathery smilax..
visit to his Mr. Ben Borden,
Romanza from La Reine de France The wedding table had for its centerpiece I a son \- .
I" ho has a position in the Ocala post- ...
-Hayden. an immense bride's cake .
office. Prof. Borden has been a schoolteacher In
Gavotte Pastorale-Durand. crowned with a big bouquet of pinl our Domestic Department we offer a thousand yard short of
for and teas lengths Outing at
forty-one years r
. Song, "Constancy," by Mrs. Byrne. chrysanthemums tied > with white 4c regular 1 So Yard wide
price ; Sheeting
remarkable stories of distinguished best Calico
some 5c; best
Plaids in
5c the
Berceuse from Jocelyn-Godard. satin ribbon, the entire conceit being market 6e.Rheinauer's .
I men, who were pupils of
Song. "All for You" Hardeot! by made of spun...glass candy. Pink

Mrs. Byrne. and white chrysanthemums ornamented i hi*;. Some have become governors Popular Dry Goods House

lof states and supreme judges. One
the other tables which were
Then to the glorious strains of the
that he specially notes has had avery
Mendlessohn wedding march the beautiful in their appointments of I
remarkable career. The boy lost
bridal party entered the church. silver and cut glass and snowy white I
I his mother and his father and was Leave Old Fort as a Landmark.
:Miss Valeta Potter and Mr. Harris napery. There were thirty guests
"living with grandmother who at Boston, Mass., Nov 23
his 1906.
t entered first, one in each aisle and fol seated at the three tables and a very OeoIa House
ithat time was eighty years of age.. To the Editor Ocala Banner.I Wine
lowing' them came Mr. Stevens and elegant supper was served in courses. Roorrjs .
| Shf- fired on the sand hills of Ala noticed in your paper some time
Miss Ethel Robinson. Next came The tables were lighted by pink .
;Jbama and the boy up to the time hejvas ago that it is proposed to remove the
Miss Sara Harris and Mr. Jewett, who candles in crystal candle sticks. J< ...
J I fourteen years of age had never old fort at St. Augustine to make TRY OUR --
preceded Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lucien In the library the wedding gifts :|!'
been inside a church or school house. room for new buildings. I think if
Anderson. The next two to enter were displayed and were greatly ad-i
![The grandmother said that he simplyI such a thing were done it would bea y
were the matron-of-honor, the bride's mired. They were among the handsomest OLD
!I did not have decent enough clothes t a serious drawback to the town. While LlEGHANy
only sister Mrs. Robert Clifton Camp and largest collection ever]
''v.' : ar b these places. But at the in Florida last winter I spent some ,
of Roanoke. Va., and the groomsman, seen at a wedding in Ocala.
I age of fourteen he entered the coun- time in St. Augustine. The old town :
Mr. Edward Christy Welsh, of Cor- The bride's gifts to her attendantswere i
try school taught by Prof. Borden in itself is very interesting, but the
nell. seal rings and Mr. Roess
pre-I and was taught to read and write. At principal attraction is the old fort and
sented each of his attendants PURE
Entering alone was the maid- f.
first he was timid and shy but in a its surrounding grounds. It would be AYE
handsome studded scarf I .4
honor, Miss Elizabeth Adams, of pearl pin.
little while he applied himself with not only a pity but a shame to destroy
Lynchburg Va. I Mr. Roess and his bride left on I
great diligence! and aptitude to his such an old and picturesque fortification .
The supreme moment arrived when the early morning train for a wed- Put 4
studies and passed rapidly in suc ; one of the few remaining land- .. up full Qts
the lovely bride leaning on the arm ding trip to Washington. New York. .
,cession all of the grades. He afterwards marks left from the time when America
t of her father, Hon. Robert Lockridge Ithica and Oil City, Pa. They will re
I 'went to California and was was first: being opened up by the in Fancy
Anderson advanced down the aisle. turn home in time for Christmas and Cartoons i
graduated with the three !highest hon- civilization of the old world.
Never was a bride more radiant than after the first of January will be at I
ors ever conferred a graduate "BAY .
on PORT.
was Miss Anderson. Her exquisite home to their friends at No. 29 North i Delivered at '
from the University of California. One your
wedding gown was fashioned of Main street.
A Two Head No Tail Lizard.
of these honors was a thousand dollars -
French hand made lace over founda- Mrs. Roess' going away gown was
in gold coin, another was a free Dr. Chas. R. Tydings has on exhibi- Express Office
tions of chiffon and taffeta. The gown a tailored suit of blue broadclothwith tion l in his drug store .
i scholarship at Harvard. He later what is evi
was empire princess style and was which she wore a blue silk hand
took the highest honors at Harvardone dently a curious freak of nature in the
beautifully trimmed with velvet rib- made blouse with hat and gloves to
of which entitled him to enter as shape of a two head no tail liz- For $3.20.

bon, chiffon and pearls. The veil match. a partner any law firm in the United ard. The reptile has two perfectly

i- of tulle was caught to the bride's :Mrs. Anderson was a gracious hos- formed heads either
States. He entered the most con- on end of its
black hair with lilies of the valley tess and she wore a very beautiful
spicuous one then in New York and body but one a little more perfectly Regular $ J.QO Quart
and extended in graceful lines to the gown of black French lace over pink a Whiskey
developed than the
I distinguished himself in the Beecher. other. This curious ; write fe
robe. She flowered pompadour silk.Mrs. I
hem of her wedding car .
Tilton trial, He afterwards went to lizard was caught by1rs.. I omp Jete Price
ried a lovely shower bouquet of I Roess, the groom's mother, Booher list.
Philadelphia and went in businessfor I lives a few miles in the f
bride's roses and lilies of the \'alleYf! wore a handsome black silk gown and south
: himself, built an elegant mansionand country Ocala. Persons who
At the altar Miss Anderson wad the bride's aunt, Mrs. H. L. Anderson, '- Oeala S
I : did an extensive practice. He want to see something out of .the House
and his best wore a broadcloth. Wine
joined by the l groom gray *
usual in
.. was appointed by Queen Victoria to nature ought to see this curiously Rooms.OCALA.

look after her Interests in the United formed reptile. .

Bar Meeting.A Av Well Known Remedy. States and did it so satisfactorilythat FLORIDA.

bar held in the office One of the oldest, safest and most Capt. D. H. Baker, of Orange
meeting was the queen insisted on his goingto
favorable known remedies in the
of Wililam S. Bullock Home senator-elect from this coun- 000 0 0 0
Judge world today is Brandreth's Pills-a London and becoming her special 0 0 000
to consider the ty to the next legislature, was a I O. e i e + e,
Wednesday morning
blood purifier and laxative. Being counsel and he is now one of the *

place of holding the fall term of the purely vegetable they can be used ,,privy counsellors to King Edward of pleasant visitor to Ocala Wednesday.I O. Oo

r circuit court which is set for next by old or young with perfect safety ,England. His name is Lafayette De The senator says that his oranges are O. .0 D
and while other remedies require increased I now coloring o.
Tuesday.The Freese.M. up nicely and he will .0
doses an<\ finally cease acting begin 0( Dr. D. M. BONEY. a
shipping in
earnest 0
court house will not be com-
altogether, with Brandreth's Pills the D
Eyesight .
pleted for some months yet so some same dose always has the same effectno Thanksgiving. He has shipped up to Specialist. .0 $EEDSBPresent

other place has to be provided. It matter how long they are taken. C. Dosh A. A. Winer, Practical date about 200 boxes and is getting

was stated at this meeting that the One or two pHs each night for a We Painters. excellent prices. He has one of the the survival of the S
while is the best thing known for are practical paint makers. World tke larpstlled hOUlle
sheriff had made diligent efforts to I.anyone troubled with constipation, indigestion We have made the L. & M. Paint prettiest groves in Sumter county others bec8wse, Do yon OUr wish IIeeda are be ,
by machinery for the period of one- and his shipments will foot in the beaat1t\11 flowers to crow thelQQlC
secure a room but found it impossibleto dispepsia or any trouble up tablet r ADd the fneg .
get a place except the band room arising from an impure state of the 1 third of a century.Our neighborhood of 2,000 boxes, J to Seed the bestleeda-Ferrn.
blood. machinery produces 10,000 gal appllcan, Aaaaal free 10 all
over tile Commercial bank and whichin Brandreth's Pills have been in use, Ions of L. & M. paint better and in less D. ...._ ,

every way is unsuitable unless for over a century and are sold in every time, than 100 gallons can be made FRECKLES M. FIRRY A CO.

the weather continues pleasant so all drug and medicine store, either by hand mixing. AND PIMPLES Detroit MIcII"

plain or sugar coated. We use thousnads of tons of paint REMOVED
the attorneys present agreed to the material where a painter uses 100 la Ten Daj*i.

postponement of all civil business on pounds.We .

"' the docket until the meeting of' the Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilson of Trenton give your customer the best .. Nadinola Jerry Burnett

j.court In the spring So the criminal job in the world with. L. & M. because
Ky., the parents of Mrs. E. L. The Complexion 0 I make a specialty ,
the L. & M Zinc hardens the L. & W of 0
cases alone wiN be tried. Carney, of this city are on :a visit M. White Lead and makes L. & JL Beautifier it endorsed )) correcting eyes where oth O
The following members of the bar to her Paint by thousands 0 ers fail. MerchantTiloring.
and will spend the winter with wear like iron for '10 to 15 0

were present at the meeting; her. Mrs. Scott, a sister of Mrs. Car- years. ,, -'-':. ,-Ii-_;,;;;. of grateful ladies,and 0 Satisfaction guaranteed 0

Actual cost L. & M. about $1.20 ; : ._. : .. .. :!u+ nttedtorcmoYlS 0 or money
:' R. McConathy: L. N. Green, 0. T. ney, and her little son 'are also visiting per II "' !' ;a., refunded. 0
gallon. Z.: x1 Jl all facial diswlan- 0
".; Green R. A. Burford, E. W. Davis her and will ''''' ." 0
spend several Sold by McIver & MacKay. Ocala, "-. 'J{f b, tions and restore the 0 I OPTICAL S
Wm. Hocker, R. B. Bullock L. T. Iz- months with her. Mrs. Scott is from Fla. 2B (j-. I PARLORS 0 .
beauty of youtL Tie 0 2 and 4
i- Jar, H, M. Hampton T. E. Biggs J. 'Memphis, Tenn. They have visited +t ca.e i h twenty days 50c. and $1.00 0 I Ocala Gary Building. 0 Ocala Florida.

S ". H. Bell L. S. Beck. Ocala before and the,,friends they COW FOR SALE-Fine milker with ail .lc.cizg aa6, aura. (-' by nail Q i Florida.. 0 Finest Impgrted .\
.. ,.. an
young calf. E. C. Smith. t. Ii.YI. y" -' o
Judge Bullock presided at the meet. made on previous visits are glad to H-28 'f'''' T ., 0 I" Domestic Cloths. -
0 .
ing.. welcome them to our city. I 0 i i i e i eCutting
.It will
'\ pay you to read o
: today's ads. ,!*To-dayi ads are interesting reading I 0 0 O. 0 0 O. Q 0 0 Q Sa Special
lit:y: Guatante,

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J.\' HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. ..+...............+..+.... .*..$........+..... ....... ...++............+.-.....+. DR. W. H. MAREAN DEAD. I(living children, was before her mar-

MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. ..i IN THE HANDS OF THE PHILLESTINES- i After an illness-extending over a I I Triage Iowa, and Miss come Beatrice of a Shuffleten family distinguished of- ).

. i' period of several weeks Dr.
; Local Editor. William i for Us learning and high

---- ------ -- t WORSE THAN IN THE LAND OF UZ i Henry Marean died at his residence I'I prominence of many of Its membersin

__ .... lJ Hon. Henry W. Long, of Martel, 1 t in this city Friday afternoon at one political and literary drei Se
l: ; spent Saturday In the city attending o'clock. I I herself 1 Is a lady of much caHww aad

. to business affairs. t Mr. George MacKay, of The Firm of Mclver and MacKay, Writes a Scorching ai While Dr. Marean was sick in one I,,I refinement, a great lover of tItaatege

"z The Atlantic room, his son, the late F. W. 1larean. !I II and aa a writer has made her nark lathe
Letter About Coast Line
Railway. : I
Mrs. L. P.
Moore, who has been i
lay sick In another and literary world. She fe a Matt rrt
t \islting friends In this . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . preceded him +
, city, returned 9..0 ..e..9..9............. .. ....$......i................. ........ to "that bourne whence no traveller I contributor to many of taw I.-C
to ber home at Citra Friday.Mr. returns" periodical in the south
Ocala, Fla., Nov. 23, 1906. of today into the timid lamb of the !I mous profit should be built up. Thatroad only two days. I fc tee

L. N. Green expects soon to be- To the Editor Ocala Banner: morrow; by probable trifling advantages -II this has some faithful, efficientand In their keen and intense sorrow I works author, of three deeply IMlifa.ttBg
Mrs. Marean and her I II
I two
over his fellow! business men, obliging officials cannot be denied daughter,
gin the erection of
a cottage near the Noting the well nigh unspeakable I Ms. Bernard and Mrs. Owens, of Pen- f This( Souvenir bears te ......
residence of his sister which cannot possibly benefit a business ; and to their personalities alone, i
Mrs. J. J.
feeling towards the Atlantic CoastLine sacola, have the of 18S9.)
sympathy of
Gerig. man one hundredth part of what can the road lay claim to one toler- I
raifroaw wherever I go, on account his manly determination and corpor- ant thought or action from the pat- this entire community. j Dr. Marean was barfed free

Mrs Stevens and daughter came of its absolute rotten condition ation with his fellow business men, rons; and to these gentlemen, I extend Dr. Marean has been a citizen of I Grace Episcopal church Soa4ay afternoon >_

up from Inverness Saturday to spenda from a transportation standpoint, in for the general betterment of all, by my most sincere sympathy in Ocala, with the exception of a short I dree at 3:30 o'clock Rev. George 11M- ._
time when he Harrison conducting the
resided sad faa-
few days In Ocala with Mrs. W. D. securing better facilities in all departments faithfully holding down the most humiliating .. at Pensacola,
and all from the
every departments, since 1883 and walked in and before eral rites.
Condon.At ; and some semblance of position on earth unless it out -
rotten tie on the track to the"rotten our people leading a blameless After the services at the ctttrefc the
decent regard for the patrons rights. be that of a guard in a: Turkish ha-
the meething of the Royal Arch promises of higher officials, as to betterment If the business men of Ocala would ,life and his friends watched his! falling body was taken in charge by the .
rem.The health and Masonic fraternity of which
Mason Friay night Messrs. High. which are not kept or meantto unite in one determined effort to secure fact that in every departmentand tottering footstepswith organbzatlon
poignant Dr. Marean for
tower, Jake Elliott and W. D. Gra be kept. Is it not a matter of great justice at the hands of this branch of business I am interested sorrow. was a long

ham were Initiated. consolation now to note President grasping corporation; the results in, the same eternal cry, "can We subjoin a biographical, sketchof ime a member, who had charge
V't his life taken of the services at Greenwood
Emerson's report showing a net in would be increased and better busi- not find or get anything or get to any the Biographical ceme

Mill lola LJddon. who came up to come for the year, of nearly $5,000- ness fer all, a better town, a: more place over the A.t C. L. on time," may Souvenir of the states of Georgia I tery and he was laid to rest UDder -
and Tlorida. I their Impressive ritual.
Ocala to recuperate after a recent 000.00, with dividends of nearly $3- progressive and united citizenship, cause temerity sufficient to express ,

severe Illness, has almost entirely re 000.00 declared, thus leaving a sur- which means success in all undetrak- publicly my feelings, but Mr. Editor, Wm. Henry Marean was born March t The following gentlemen weree
10, 1836 in Hubbardstown pall bearers: Messrs.
covered and returned to Wauchula plus of about $2,000,000.00 for the ings, even to the road, whose very ninety-nine per cent. if not one hundred Mass. Ilia Charles

Friday afternoon.A year. name today and wherever mentionedis of their patrons that I have met father, William Marean, was also a I Bittinger Thomas Harris Stephen ,I.
native of the Jewett Harry Dozier Frank -
Courageous and faithful indeed, a dras net for all that is bitter, and talked with, have the same kind same place and a prominent Harris

little son was born to Mr. and must be the employee: who can pub- in those whose fortune it is to pat- feelings and respect towards this citizen and merchant of Hub- and Spigner Anderson.The .

Mrs. Oscar C. Tigner on Thursday, licly defend the actions of this cor- ronize it. road that I have. Yet how Inconceiv- bardstown for many years His mother -

November the twenty-second at the poration in the face of the glaring The curse of Ocala today is the lack able their timidity and forbearancewhen Miss Susan Browning, a native of Is that Ideal Family Laxative.
can be used
by the entire
):); home of Mrs Olive Bachelder. Friends fact, that not In one single instance, of unity amongst its business men in the necessary time for action is Massachusetts and a daughter of family, young and old, weak and

extend congratulations to the proud have they kept a solitary promise all matters pertaining to general prog placed before them to secure justice.If Captain John Browning, of old Revolu- strong. without any danger of harmful -

\ parents. made in this city, for betterment in ress and the prosperity of our city.I ever there was a time, it is now, tionary stock, a distinguished I man effects. It should have proper- I
1\ traffic, passenger or depot facilities. suggest that the board of trade make to take action to secure our rights whose ancestry dates its advent into lies which insure the same dose always

Mr*. Charles E. Poewll and her They have alienated from the friends one more effort to rouse the dor- through the necessary legislation or America from the landing of the :wise the having quantity the same will have effect to, be other in-

three little ions left Friday afternoonfor and customers of their road, every mant manhood of our business men in the courts. I am reliably informed Mayflower at Plymouth Rock. 'creased and finally lose Its effect al

Daytona to Join Mr. Powell, who feeling, but that of bitterness and con- this section; and see if we can get legally, that the dangerous conditionof Dr. Marean was the only surviving ,together. These properties can be

l will spend the winter there and at tempt for the road; and that the feel- the semblance of justice from this unscrupulous its road bed, the outrageous unre- child of a family of six children. He .found Brandreth's in that Pills old family remedy,
because its
ti Ocoee. They will return to Ocala ing is reciprocated by the manage-I corporation, whose enor- liable service rendered and the gen- was educated in his native state and dients are of the purest herbal ingre ex.

for Christmas. ment, is well evidenced by comparing : mous dividends are wrung from the eral condition of its rolling stock and Xew York, taking a high school and tracts, and every pill Is kept for three

their dividends and surplus with the !services, in many instances, of ill paid power; the unsanitary condition in college course. In the year 1850 he years before being sold, which allows
: }lr. Jim Pyles, who has spent a he began the study of medicine under them to mellow. We do not believe
physical condition of the road and the and consequently incompetent employees instances of the passenger coaches there is a laxative
week in Ocala. returned to his work intolerable service rendered in travel and, therefore, thrice wrung and the continuous disregard of the tuition of his uncle, Dr. John that is so carefully made.on the market

V at Inverness Friday afternoon. He and traffic. from the patrons of the road, for the schedule time in carrying the mail, is Browning, then a celebrated physicianof Brandreth's Pills are the same fine
came to be with his mother and :\ N. Y. Here he prepared to laxative tonic pills your grandparentsused.
up It is inconceivable that businessmen most outrageous, mismanaged, im sufficient under able and proper legal
listen during the critical illness of enter medical college, and graduated They have been in use for
can tolerate such conditions. poverished transportation system today advice to endanger its charter. Be
over a century an dare sold in
from the New every
his brother Sam who we are gladto That business men after promises of known, in this or any other sec- that as it may, I am confident: that Medical College drug and medicine store, either plainor

note, is now out of danger. standing up for their rights and meet- tion of our country. by united effort and firm determination with high honors in 1855. sugar coated.

I, ing the situation as men, when the That the management of the road of the long suffering patrons of He then removed to Arkansas and

Mr. L. A. Gabel a former resident i time comes for action and united effort have with studied contempt ignored this road, something better than began the practice of medicine at HELP Is Offered to

.. of Savannah Is now city salesman I that some smooth emissary of every effort and plea of their patrons, false plausible promises can be se Fort Smith. He remained here until Worthy Young PeopleWe

succeeded : this corporation can in an hour or for justice, cannot be truthfully denied cured. the breaking out of the late war in earnestly request all

I. two gently whisper the roaring lion and all to the end that ths enor- GEORGE MACKAY, 1861. Then he went to St. Louis, Mo.. persons, no matter how limited young their
their city trade. Mr. Gabel is a. and yielded to the earnest entreatiesof means or education, who desire a

pleasant gentleman, likes Ocala well his kindred whose sympathies were thorough business training and good

and will make it his permanent home. MR. CLYATT AND THE Will Leave Ocala. The Book of Life. wholly with the north, he entered the great position half, to rate write offer.at Success once for independence our

NEW COURT HOUSE.To Mr. Maurice Strauss and family The book of life is finished and the federal service and was tationed at and probable fortune guar'

Prof. Matlcs. Miss Susie Fort Miss will in about a week give up the residence tired eyes have closed after a long Benton Barracks until the close of anteed. Don't delay-write today.

Georgia Borger, Miss Margaret Tay the Editor Ocala Banner: they are occupying on Ockla- and deep search for the hidden knowl- the war. Go.-AIa. Bus.College, MaconGa.

lor and Miss May Turnley are among Some weeks ago, through your columns waha avenue and into which Mr. edge and truths of this life. From St. Louis Dr. Marean removed

the Ocala teachers spending Saturdayat I submitted a criticism on the Richard Hall and family will move The candle has been snuffed by the Memphis, Tenn., in 18C6, and con .

the Tampa fair. Other teachers at. for the present. breath of the Divine Teacher, who tinued the practice of medicine with SEED BEANS
house and called
13 the fair are Miss Julia Foster, of,the new court Mr. and Mrs. Strauss and little knoweth all, whose teachings lead the eminent success. In 1874, wishing to Wax and Green Pod Varieties frown {

Fort King school and Mr. Emmett what I considered a mistake in daughter will board at the Ocala sinner back to the path of rectitudeand still further perfect his knowledge of and shipped by

Cowden. Miss Leonard and Miss Jackson -, having the office too small. It was House until the holidays when they whose lips are touched to his medical science he went to Europeand Herbert C. rtorriI.!

,tt of the Inverness school. simply giving expression to murmursof will go to Cincinnati O.,. to make that brow in time of sorrow. placed himself under the instruction Cedar ..
disapproval to be heard upon the city their future home. Mr. Strauss There is no perfume for the dead of the renowned Professor John .
Now we see that the government is I will go into the manufacturing l business from the flowers that bloom upon the Chapman, M. D., ]f. R. CC. P., M. R. Red Speckled Valentine- Green
streets and I thought it to Pod
after our turpentine friends the same I proper in Cincinnati and his Ocala grave,. yet the. tears that are shedon C. S., of the London Royal Academy of $2.75. Prices right on other va
as it U after the Standard Oil trust. call the attention of the board to the friends wish him every success in the roots bring forth a divine Physicians. He returned to his native rieties. All seeds offered are of

The same thing we said about ke matter, so that if any changes could his new business venture. beauty and tenderness to greet the land and the same year removed crop 1SC.

*ne oil applies to turpentine with the was too late. 1 r. Strauss still has some business ekes of the loved ones, and soften with his family to Cairo 111. Here he

.1t't-pUon-the price has gone up instead be made, it should be done before it interests in this city and expects to the hearts of those who have no gained a large and lucrative practiceand

of down. Notwithstanding which, It has been called to my attention, visit Ocala at intervals during the thoughts for the living. became famous for his successin XtWili

however we have never heard anybody that on account of the criticism in remainder of his life, which will be Ah; the tears of sorrow are the curing chronic diseases, amassed

complain of high prices of tur question, there has been exhibiltedin very pleasant news to his friends bitterest when we realize that the property and thought he was comfortably -

pentine.Mr. certain localities, and by some of here. face so cold and white is our own settled for life in this thriving PayYoul! !

our best citizens a spirit of harsh', loved one yet many are prone to lay city. But again was the proverb Il- ,
R. C White president of the criticism toward the board of coun-I A Fetching Ad. the flowers of kindness upon the lustrated. "Man proposes and God disposes -
Red Rock company, of Jacksonville, An advertisement for a girl to do ," in this case; and in the
ty commissioners and a lack of confidence casket when we are dead. year
manufacturers of the famous Red in our new court house, I work in a New Zealand dairy farm Why not then show kindness to 1882 his wife, who had a strong he- IF You hare any Real Estate
in Ocala Friday, concludes with the statement that to sell
Ale was .
Rock Ginger riditary tendency to pulmonary ,
wish to counteract such a feeling in the living, for the dead may never
and made the Ocala Banner office a so far as possible and express regret there are four good looking sons in know. began to develop marked and OR
pleasant tisit The Red Rock company the family. Who can doubt that .alarming symptoms of the approach
if I caused It.Expressly The smile that is passed to the
\\ bjr pursuing the most modern disclaiming that it was this bait will secure many a bite or living, may linger en the lips of the of the insiduous foe-consumption; in You're thinking of coming
methods, ii building up a that hundreds of replies will be sent IP to Florida for
business the result of the criticism, I am gladto dying. I and the devoted husband saw with a home

business more rapidly, perhaps, than say that the proposed vaults In'' in to that advertisement? :Most girls Sr. with the closing of the book of a vision rendered clear, with his familiarity -
enterprise in Jacksonville. We dislike dairy work, but who can resist in treating this disease that OR
any the offices of the tax collector and life the soul takes flight into the
feel somewhat complimented when county judge, have been dispensed membership in a family where she is '1E nd of the unknown and the gates nothing but a life in an almost trop You desire
to incest in
adrertUlng columns of sure to be waited on attended any
told that the to cal climate would arrest the hand of
with, thus giving these offices more of Paradise are thrown open while IF kind of Florida
helped to some ex and courted by four fine fellows in property,
Ocala Banner the fell
the destroyer. the
room and at the same time fire proof the angels break forth in glorioussong
tn helping on the Red Rock'sftputatkm rivalry. Of course it will not be doctor sacrificed his TO SEE
teat bright
by having vault doors for the en- of welcome to the weary one.
by extolling its virtues. trance doors, and inside steel blinds. long before the new girl will own a VICTOR L. MARTINOT.A sional prospects in Cairo sold his OR WRITE
fourth interest in the new dairy as and removed his
Taking into consideration that a property family in
-' .... "reo well as the rest of the farm.-The Methodist Minister Recommends 1883 to Ocala, Fin
cellar has been provided, where
ords seldom used or referred to. can American Farmer. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.We He invested his means in an orange J. OEIVINGSTON&SONS
have used Chamberlain's Cough
't For That be stored, and by installing modern ; grove, and became interested in
Home From Wedding Trip. Remedy in our home for seven years,
I furnishings for the offices, the roomwill stock raising and fruit culture. In this, cua. rietiBa..
iv :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pillans whose and it has always proved to be i reliable
Feeling probably be ample for the requirements however, he was not successful, and
Empty marriage took place at Martel on the remedy. We hav found that it
of the county. soon abandoned the venture, manfully J/clA' (
evening of November 14th, arrived would do more than he manufacturers a.nd.Al'K )
While I believe in the right of r.c :vd his great pecuniary loss, and
home Friday afternoon from a very claim, for it. It is especially good
When hue that "empty criticism of public officials when f devoted his time exclusively to the
IOU delightful trip to Washington and for and whoopIng cough Rev.
feeling a call on us will give :warranted I deem it the duty of all croup practice of his chosen profession. Ai I
relief other cities. They spent several James A. Lewis, Pastor, Milica, Min., e ;'rf ti
Immediate good citizens to uphold and give mor- I hours in Ocala and left on the evening M. E. Churcn. Chamberlain's Cough had ever been the case wucii ui pursuance

r "'e Call Your Attention to al support to them in the faithful per- train for their home at Martel, Remedy is sold by all druggists. m of this, success again perched -

Tip Top Coffee..................25slllue I I:forma.ublic trust and very 'I itself upon the doctor's banner,
here Mr. Pillans is connected with Orange Growers. FUNERVHavi
Label Coffee......- ... .;: i fer k T -'reciate the many and his reputation as a most skilful
kit .S1.5 the Martel Lumber company. Mrs. Orange growers are invited to send
Isol Mackerel, per !tennis:: Inc' matters that and eminently sue. *ul practitioner
Strained Honey.l gal cans$1.29: Pillans before her marriage was Miss for one or both of the new books, Dffi (jl
SrTl'rice'i Celery..lC have confronted the uoard in connection is fully established in the south \" f\, .
x Wheat Willie Bryan and is a charming young "How and When to Fertilize Citrus'uees"
Lenox Soap. ",.........*;3C I with the building of the new -the home of his adoption and he -1-
7 Dart woman. She is a sister of Mrs. J. and "Florida Soils, recently
.court house, nor what obstacles they had a large practice well fitted for one > a full tock of Cofflot Caskets
I C. Smith, of this city. published by the Wilson and Toomer
have had to overcome.W. of his high scholarly attainments and and Burial Outfits. HprdafgiTea to
Dutch Herring, Mackerel L Fertilizer company of Jacksonville.They Burial Ices.
W. CLYATT. experience.
Had a Close Call. .
will be sent free upon request.
Cod Fish. Dried Herring "A dangerous surgical operation, in- I Dr. Marean although an indefatigable Embalming to Order
Sardines Me. Puts Crown on Hillman.In I I close student -- ----
French volving the removal of a malignant ul- Stovall's Big Scoop. and keeping pace
the opinion of the Index: the Fine Brood Marts.
cer, as, large as my hand, from We must extend'our,congratulations with all the progressive: strides madein
z against the drainage We have Just gotten Ina car loadof
best argument
daughter's hip, was prevented by the too ur morning contemporary, on the materia media is a well preserved the finest brood mares ever brought
Tit amendment was that of Hon. S, J. application of Bucklen's Arnica ,fact that Its social column yesterday man and in his quiet, gentlemanly to the state and to see them is to ad-
( GROCERY, Hilburn, ot Palatka.-Lake City In- Salve."says A. c. Sticle, of Miletus, :contained a complete record of all way makes hosts of friends and mire them. We will sell them at

Clark Bros., deLThe W.completely Va. Persistent cured use it" of Cures the salve events that did _,not occur until last his name is held in high esteem by very reasonable! prices. Come and and
above is a little severe on Maj cuts, look them over at
of City Market burns and injuries. 25 cents at Tyd- night. Such "scoops" are unique in all. who know him. MARION FARMS STABLE3
North Alex. St. Clair-Abrams. ings & Co.'s drug store. m modem! Journalism,-Tampa News. His wife: by whom he has three :I; Ocala Fla.


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OCALA BA ERWoman's : ; i! t... Era 4
: lion. Peter Knight Falls Into Poetry- | Nov. 22, says i ii .
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Fedeiation Will Work for a I
i Prof. I. E. Allen, of Florida is in
t Child Labor Bill-Newsy, Crisp Capital $ )11.s Jefferson i the city today. The professor has I II

Gossip.l . uu.l..A.u ::li..A..J I I long flowing white beard and looks I 'tint Know
1....N...aN.i.N..N.Nf NNON .wN6..N ONVN.. I )! He Who Che'1'IS
indeed like one of the patriarchs of i
Special to the Ocala Banner: contradicted if I were to call MrGunby .
Tallahassee Nov. 22.-This week I the most popular republican in I!old. He is an interesting talker, and The PPOC? zs ?sn the Chewing
: loves to converse about his fifty years'experience 1
has been unusually full of interest the state. It was he who was nameda I. .

at the capital. The convention of 1]! member of Governor Broward's per. I as a school teach r. He The wholesome! flavor and ddightful That's why a 10-cent ptof of

the state federation of Women's':':sonal staff although he declined the I I is seventy-nine years old, but is apparently appetizing aroma: of the tobacco SCHNAPPS is more economicalgrown

Clubs which has been In session since honor. Mr. Gunby's business here II; as vigorous physically and in the famous Piedmont tothan a much larger plug of cheep -

Tuesday brought into our midst a was entirely professional, arguing a intellectually as a man of fifty. "I
bacco belt continues to create and tobacco.
number of the brightest women of case in the supreme court. am in :Montgomery," he said "takinga .
man's fondness for lThat's why SCHNAPPS wins all
the state. Tuesday evining there :Mr. Knight is always an interest- vacation, after many years of arduous popularize i

; waa a brilliant reception at the Leon ing figure wherever he goes and work, and I am going around visiting -I' ing tobacco. Lovers of real tobacco classes of chewers : the rich, bccatibeb ,

hotel tendered the visiting clubwomen something generally happens when I I my grandchildren." I pass the good thing along-one they do not find a chew to really

by the hostess club. The spacious I I he is around but he assured me that The professor is the guest of his i chewer makes another chewer-until please them better at any price; thepoor

lobby and parlor of the famous old his visit to Tallahassee had no political nephew who is Montgomery attend f their money's
there are now many more chewers because they get
with distinguished He was here in of the commercial colleges
hotel was thronged a significance. ing one I
and of tobacco chewed worth of the real snappy chew and
assemblage. The motif of the decoration consultation with Attorney General and is stopping at one of the leading I more pounds ,

: was the colors of the local Ellis who had been called by the boarding houses where he has become I to the population, in those States flavor not found in the highly sweet- ,

Woman's Club, white and green, car city of Tampa to institute quo war- quite a favorite. He is a splendid violinist where SCHNAPPS tobacco was first ened mixtures. Neither the rich nor

ried out in chrysanthemums, smilax ranto proceedings against_ the Tam- I I and with his violin he entertains sold, than there are in the States the poor wish to chew tobacco SO

and bamboo. In the breakfast room, pa Electric company one of the corporations i the crowds; for hours during the where SCHNAPPS has not yet been intensely sweet that its true flavor

where turkey salad, olives, saltines represented by Mr. Knight.Mr. I evening."I lost.
offered to the trade. and tooth-preserving quality are
and coffee were served orange and Ellis takes the position that the think I am entitled to an an-

green the federation colors. The matter is entirely a local one and nuity from Carnegie," said Professor Only choice selections of well maLook for the word "SCHNAPPS"on

reading room was in white and green does not warrant the intervention of Allen, "and i have written to him telling thoroughly cured tobaccos, on the tag, and on the plug under the

here from a splendid cut glass bowl the state. Although Mr. Knight has, him of my wish." The professorthen grown in the famous Piedmont tag and then you have it-the most 1

set in a wide wreath of smilax. punch for years been one of the dormant produced the following letter to tobacco belt, are used in making wholesome tobacco produced, with t

was served during the evening.In factors in Florida politics, he speaks the great millionaire philanthropist:
SCHNAPPS. just enough sweetening to preserve
the parlor Mrs. Thomas Mitchell rather disgustedly of the situation. "Andrew Carnegie, Esq., New York
Shackelford president of the "There is absolutely no vital dif- City, N. Y.: That's why i it has a better quality the quality and bring out the flavor

Tallahassee club stood at the head ference between the parties, he "Dear Sir-The fame of your gen- and more lasting flavor than thethe real tobacco flavor that stimulates J

of the receiving line. Mrs. RichardF. said "the lines of demarkation are erous annuities has just come to my tobacco formerly sold to chewers at and satisfies.

Adams, of Palatka president of the entirely obliterated. Hearst, Lafo- notice."I double the price they now pay for Sold at 50c. per pound in 5c. cuts.

state federation and the visiting llette Folk Bryan, Roosevelt, they as born the 3d of January, 1828,
SCHNAPPS. Strictly lOc. and 15c. plugs.R. .
club women making up the receiving are all alike. It is a period of revolution and am now in my 79th year. I at- _

party. and unrest, but I have faith tended school six months before I was
Among the well known people pres- enough to believe they will work out 21 years old. When I was in my 22d
ent were Governor and Mrs. Brow- all right in the end, under the law year I attended school ten months by ,

ard. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Croom, Mrs. every man has an equal chance andit selling all I had-a horse, bridle and ,/ ;

McLin Mrs. Holloway, former Gov- will be the 'survival of the fit- saddle. I graduated with honor and If ;4

ernor Blotham, Judge B. S. Liddon test.' I have a piece of poetry here accepted a school for six months. S>J

'j Congressman and Mrs. WitHam B. that fits my case, let me read it:" Since that time I have continued in } r

Lamar Adjutant General and Mrs. "Once I Was a Democrat. the profession of teaching, having

Foster, Judge George P.-Raney, Mrs. taught nine months last year.. I have .
Once I was a democrat J 11 i
W. W. Cummer of Jacksonville Mrs.S. taught fifty-six years in the schools of -
Now I don't know wrere I am at;
J. Hilburn of Palatka, Mrs. Jef- I -
mixed.Nothing's Alabama and Florida, and I love the
Everything's so blooming ,
ferson B. Browne, Mrs. J. S. Fred work now, but I crave some rest, and
settled, nothing's fixed,
erick of Miami, and many others. hope you will grant me an annuity i
All the leaders in a fight,
The convention has been in session that will enable me to spend the remainder -
Nothing seems to be all right, Thos. H.
since Tuesday and will convene Fri- of my days in ease and hap- Keatingi
day morning. Things go on from bad to worse,

I Town is fighting Billy Hearst, piness.
Mrs. Adams, the president of the "Respectfully, ,
Grover Cleveland stays at home.;
state federation is a very attractive ALLEN."
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Everybody knocks Jerome; I
woman and presided with much The foregoing says Professor Allen,
Horrid things are said of Parker; &
grace ovar the convention.The Prospects keep on growing darker. has been endorsed by N. B. Broward, Company

state federation is deeply interested Beveridge in language hazy, governor of Florida; W. B. Lamar,

in the matter of securingthe I I Intimates that Bryan's crazy, member of congress from the third ,

passage of some laws by our coming : district of Florida N. B. Cook, -
I Murphey: says he'll stay in line, ; superintendent SUCCESSORS TO STRAUSS d CO ,
legislature to regulate child la I II
of public instruction of Es-
I Hearst yells "none of him in mine! I
bor in the state. cambia county Fla.: A. M. McMillan,

Last night Mrs. A. 0. Granger, of I clerk of the circuit court of Escam-
:Not a voice is raised in yellin'iFor Ii i WHOLESALE
Albany, Ga., who took an active i the once acclaimed )McClellan I|'bia county, Fla.: J. S. Roberts, tax LIQUOR DEALER
part in the recent child labor agitation '
collector Escambia Fla. ,
I IJoe Folks: hasn't many friends, county .
in Georgia, made an interesting II
, I i:Everything's at odds and ends,
address upon the subject before the I IALLLEGES $200,000 FRAUD IN OR-
Bran gets another jaw full; i
Ocala Florida.
convention and earnestly urged the ANGES.
:|Hurls opinions simply awful, ,
Florida clubwomen to work faithfully I
j(Even Watson's making signs,
to secure the passage of s. child After Baltimore Importers Accused of

labor law.Florida. ,itp and down the skirmish lines, I'I'f Dodging Duty! -Custom Officials ...YE WHISKEY.: ) 4 CAM' WHtS 1
Special Quart
[Once I was a democrat, Per Gal'on.!' ,
perhaps less than nost I Suspended.
ftr .
Now the Lord knows where I'm Star Rye .. .. . .$1.50
states, does not suffer to any I at"j' Offers isle .. .. . .1 Th
I Red Rock Rye .. . . 1.75 = .
great extent. from the evils of child I.I "The drainage situation is really Special to the Ocala Banner: Keystone . .. . . 2.00 of':.. Ti.r. .. . TI (
l'nc lie Joe . . .
labor. At the last session .of tle.I I comical," said Mr. Knight, "It was the I Baltimore Nov. 22.-The treasury Belie Isle . t. .. . . :?.FOR' $.C).90 ,rraUM .OVSl "Ruin. ,. L" #

legislature an effort to pass such a.. issue in the campaign and Browardwas i department has sent to United States Log CabinKeating's . .. . . :3.00 1.
f law was defeated. The movement I II elected on it. Then when he District Attorney Rose, the result cf rnueMonogram ._ .. . 3.00 We will send expreM Old M&i'k ... .. . 1M

tt.ei i .! . . . 3.50 prepaid 4 full quart OW Herd Com .. . 1M
came from the southern part of to it he an investigation made by Special :
attempted out was turn-
I carry of . . . .
Uncle Joe . . . q.50 1.$
state where children in which the
cigar Agent Cullom charges
; work ed down; there's nothing to feel bad (..acao . ., . .. LII
j Pilgrimage . . . 4.00 STRAUSS I IXL II.
e factories. fruit firm of J. H. t.
over, it really is comical. large importing Oak . .
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Fern . . . 5.00 rene: r LII
f The club women have undertaken ,I Seward & Co., of this city, with :irregularities Mill HtRStraw . .. .. . 1.11
Strauss 7C . . . .5.00
the matter now and there is no doubt I :Mr. J. 0. Wright of Washington i in the handling of oranges FOR $3.50 : 7* .. .. '
that there will be a strong influence ';has been here this week compiling I whereby the government has been Tennessee Cora . . .$1.50 We u ill send ex P reps Ole 0**. i'' .... ,..... tit yy. 1.11

. behind the child labor bill that will some data from the records of the executive defrauded of about $200,000 by the North Carolina Corn . . 1.75 prepaid full quarts uf Plasters . .. .. . 1M

l a be introduced at the next session of office relative to the Ever- i payment:: of refunds to the firm for Statesville Corn)0: Black a4 White s..a . 1M

i the Florida legislature. i glades. Mr. Wright is employed by fruit imported in damaged condition. Mountain Corn . . . 2.50 STRAUSSROYAL :\It. esar . .. .. . LJI .

,y Thursday afternoon the election of i the United States department and Employees of the Baltimore custom Old Harvest .1.O0 GINi I ,

i officers for the state federaiton was has charge of the government survey house are involved, and one of GIN. RESERVE 1

held wijjx the following result: Pres of the Everglades. He left Thurs- them, Robert Whiteford, assitant Swan Gin . . .$K50: Londo Qfa .. .. *. ...*. I

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Tom Gin 1.75
ident. Mrs. C. W. day for south Florida and ll
Raynor of w at
.Daytona, weigher, has been suspended. The : FOR $35G Tom Gift .. .r r. .. . U.
Holland Gin . . . 2.00 t
Isa vice-president, Mrs. Thomas Mitchell once put a corps of engineers in the alleged irregularities extend over six HottariGtePhosphate . . . L"
Crown Gin . .. . .. 2.50 We will: se .j .I full IPerfectIOn
r Shackelford. Tallahassee, 2nd !field to begin the work of surveying : Ota .
; years. .. 1M ,
Gin . .. . 3.00 quarts
\lce-president. Mrs. C. J. Huber, Tam- I the Everglades. The duty on oranges is one cent a RUM. Boath Ton Ufa .. . r 1.W '

t" pat recording secretary Mrs. J. S.t pound, but the government allows a New England Rum . . .$2.3(1(i HARVESTCORN MALT WH+&KEY.Duy' II"

Frederick of Miami, corresponding I Whitworth and His Durocs. refund on the rotten fruit designated Jamaica Rum ._ . . 2.00: .. eM. ;

secretary, Mrs. M. McNeal, Ormond, I I Judge Robbins and his able assistant "slush." Some years ago the importers Brand _M.-1. < .1bIt .. .. _. .. .IMlpu"" .M. I
auditor Mrs. J. L. Wells Fred Krause, have today been . . ..0 The best ;;UUU9 to be -' --
t delegate to of fruit got permission to take Blackberry Brandy $1.. had for the mone '. Bawmq'e . . . . lM
general federation. Mrs. Kirk Monroe I I giving their attention to the hogs of I the oranges from the ships to the Apple Brandy . . ".00 ;

Miami I i the Duroc Jersey class, and as was expected warehouses and there separate the Peach Brandy . . . 3.00 SWEET oe@&$.

Perhaps the most interesting of the as soon as his exhibit arrived California Cognac . . :3.00 FOR $6.03 ,
i good from the bad under the supervision lhr ....

many Interesting people who have! at the fair grounds, H. H. Whitworth of a custom officer. It was the WINE. We will send express Peach tad HaM? :a" ...j1
been took the of the Catawaba WinePort . . .$1.50 Peach aad
at the
capital majority premiums in HeM MM"
recently full
was Mrs. custom to weigh the "slush" and prepaid 4 quart of grate ....
Grace Quackenbos, of New York, who I this class. His boar, Longfellow was deduct that weight from the weightof Wine .. . . . 1.30 Reek :and Rye u.- gtehBlackberry . LIt ,
Wine . . 1.50 Rock e.
enjoys the rare distinction of selected as a grand champion, but Rye Ita" . 111
being the fruit, and on the net weightto Sherry WineImported . . . .1.50 Orange
Braa4y .
the only woman who holds the position when it came to the sows Charles Hi- FAMOUS . 1M
pay the duty. Port Wine . 4.00 Banana .
Bran4f .
of of Orlando . &II
ley the
assistant was fortunate
States dis Complaint was made by competitingfirms Imported Sherry Wine . 4.00 76" RYE Apricot Bran4r . "
trict IAI
In addition
attorney. Because of her famiHarity owner. to this, Mr in New York Philadelphia and j'
( with labor Whitworth scored with his
conditions enormous
among other
cities that Seward & Co., were
the immigrant laborers and her re hog, Big Dick, over all comers, as
selling oranges at lower prices than
cognized fitness and ability as lawyer the largest hog at the fair and as
they imported for and were Thos. H.
she has'been given charge of all the animal weighs about 1,200 pounds, getting the bulk of the business. The Keating & GoOCALth.

the peonage cases in the south. it will be admitted that he has fair- : investigation made by the special y

She is a young woman scarcely ly earned the prize. M. M. Jetten
agent indicated that Whitford and FLORIDA.A
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thirty with a attractive made a clain in his class witha .
young face, a sweep other officials had been lax in their :
slight girlish figure, a charming voice nice lot of hogs shown from his duties.
It was discovered. that the
and manner. absolutely without theslightest farm at Valrico, the foundation stockof 'slush"'
was swept up and weighed in
trace of which from Mr. .
mannishness.Here was bought Whit-
the early morning hours in the absence -
mission here is to obtain i worth last showing how
from year soon of customs officers. It is charged PPunta Gorda astute lawyer

r'< the records in the governor's office the intelligent breeder of hogs beginsto also that water and wet sawdust makes the following excellent suggestions McMillan
some information upon the'peonage get a return for his money.Tampa Bros.
That eircuit judgeswh
were added to the weight of the : our
cases in this state. She is Times.
now attend- "slush;" also that "slush" packed in Ie discharging their official duties -

Ing the fede.ral'court in Pensacolaand barrels to be carted away was sec- should note any imperfectionsof Southern Copper
later will be in Jacksonville Withstood Other Treatment But Works
court. at Quickly Cured by Chamberlain's retly returned and used a second law discovered by them and ,any t

Cough Remedy. time. refcrns that they may deem wise to

A young lawyer from Jacksonville "Last winter I ,caught a very severe Seward's percentage of "slush" averaged make and report these things to Manufacturers of Turpentine

R discussing her said that he "certainly I cold which lingered for weeks" says 60 per' cent. that of other each session of the legislature. Any Stills ii
intended to be present when she J. Uuuquhart of Zephyr Ont. and General
assisted My Metal
citizen that the
I. firms only 20 per cent. J. H. Seward can readily see carrying Workers.
the trial of the cough was very dry and harsh. The
A peonage cases local dealer recommended Chamber. denIes the charges, which he attributesto out of this suggestion would
in Jacksonville for he wanted to see ain's bring about vast improvement in
Cough Remedy and guaranteed business hivals. a
Old Stills taken in
some Chesterfleldian treatment of it, so I gave it a trial. One small bottle our laws, and, possibly in the administration exchange for new ones. Patching

opposing counsel. of it cured zae I believe %,...ambtrlain's A Kentucky democrat had his shoul- of them.-Titusville Star. through the country a .pecialty. Orders by mail
Cough Remedy to be the wire will receive or
der dislocated by a fall brought on prompt attention at either
Two interesting men from Tampa best I have ever used." For sale by foU'wing works of the
The next of the National
all druggists. by his stepping on a corn cob. Per- meeting .
at the m .
seen capital recently Hon.E. .
were haps some other democrat receiveda Daughters of the Confederacy will be

R. Gunby and Hon. Peter Books and pamphlets printed. Ocala fall from the stuff that came from held at Norfolk. Va., in, November N. C.JACKSONVILLE. SAVANNAH

KnIght. I do not believe I could 0'1 Banner Job Rooms. that cob.-Pensacola Journal 1907. FLA Gl



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Miss Lillie Bailey has as her guest

Miss Edna Gatrell of Fairfield.

i There was a little son born to Mrs.
Wilson, at the Florida House
yesterday .
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spending Thanksgiving Grove Park '
with relatives. flil'! \\1 Many Winters By

:Master J. B. Hiers, of Jacksonville, ....... .. .. .........,. ..........,.. Pe-ru-na. .
: is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. S. :.tr?!:!j1 .;:. ::t:;;:;:::: ..;:. Using .

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E. Waterman for arfew days.A V"
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big supply of sealing wax and .' ..:::::..::\..::..:,;.':... .....: '.:.: X extreme old age, Mr. Brock says: I
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corks for bottles
tPowder, sealing syrup and :: T' ., "After. man has lived in the worldas
jars. Tydings & Co. x i .< .:::;:::;;:::::::;;:::At ;:..::; @!i:.;:::'::'" :" : :. ;:. long as I have, he ought to hare

;:;\ Attribute : found out a great things by ex- .
;; many
Mrs. Stilwell, of Silver Springs, : .c A :: !!\"I myExtreme :>: Ji!:;. perience. :I think I have done so. -
ABSOLUTELY PURE died Wednesday afternoon and her :f:;; Old;. .;:r:::::;;:

mains were shipped to her re-I I .. .. :;; > !!!!! fi\r\ ::!!;t I "Oneofthethlngslhaycfoundout to my entire satisfaction is the S

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Healthful cream of tartar derived solely from : .. proper thing for ailments that
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grapes, refined to absolute purity, is the active Carter H. Dame, the famous Wood- I s ..:.;.I ofPeru"na.c ..II,;;!.;.!:.:;...:.:.;.;.;. are due directly to the effects of
__ the climate. For 117 I have
man has returned from Tampa wherehe 4 cI.- ; .r years
principle of every pound of Royal Baking had such a glorious time when ? 1.&A:, :< "c's withstood the changeable climateof

?owder. this order met in such numbers in -s the United States."I .
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Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder the Cigar City. ; + 4 hare always been a. very healthy .
-- 1 man,bat,of course, subject to the affections
renders the food remarkable both for its fine The Ocala Banner hopes that all which are due to sudden

't' flavor and healthfulness. its readers enjoyed a fine Thanks- I changes in the climate and tempera
giving dinner-turkey stuffed with ture. During my long life I have known

chestnuts, cranberry sauce, and all a great many remedies for coughs,colds
No alum the
no are and diarrhoea.

principal elements of the so-called cheap other good things.Mr. A "As for Dr. Hartman's remedy,'

baking powders-and which are derived R. B. Bullock and family are Peruna, have found it to be the

from acid. now occupying the Presbyterian best, if not the only, reliable rem
bones rock and
sulphuric Manse on Fort King avenue where .'................,:i edy for these affections. It has

I they will remain until their house on been my standby for many years, :

South Third street is completed.We III 4 and I 'attribute my good health

i {I and extreme old age to this remedy.
I are better than ever perpared :; I "It exactly meets all my require-
'\IIJ to fill prescriptions. Fresh drugs, low- :
ments. It protects me from the evil effects
J I est prices and prompt delivery. We
MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. Mrs. A. J. Maeker, of Tampa, is want your trade. Tydings & Co. x I t::: ,I of sudden changes; it keeps me in :
Local Editor. visiting Ocala and is registered at I good appetite; it gives me strength; it

- the Montezuma hotel. I Mr. Bernard Seligman, of Columbus, ;'...:,.;3:, keeps my blood in good circulation. I

LOCAL AND PERSONAL.Mr. Ga., is in the city visiting his wife'II ;'. have come to rely upon it almost en
S Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Troxler will I j and baby daughter who are the guests tirely for the many little things for
Tom Smith is up after a week's soon more to Mississippi, where they !.of .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peyser. He which I need medicine.

I illness. will permanently reside. enjoyed an, Thanksgiving dinner with .. f: ; "When epidemics of la grippe first -
,them yesterday. ; began to make their appearance in this

b Was it a dream or is it true that : country I was a sufferer from this
Kill the corn and pea wevil and the
I Wilbur Cleveland, who has been visiting disease."I .
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:- we have a water sprinkler? gopher by using Carbon Bisuuphide; : -
25 cents at Tydings & Co. xMr. Tampa and St. Petersburg for :; had several long sieges with
l Yes, Ocala. we believe is the first (nearly a week has returned. He enjoyed : .::::.:...:4:..._._ --:: : the grip. At first I did not know <
Interior city to have a genuine stone Mont Brook, of Montbrook and I the trip very much and was immensely :(_ that Peruna was a remedy for :!
for whom the town was named, is a with and the A11ff. .
pleased Tampa this disease. When I heard that
: guest at the Montezuma. fair and hippodrome attractions.It la grippe was epidemic catarrh, I

W. L. Lowry, of Homosassa tried Peruna for la grippe and
proprietor of the Rendezvous, is at the Ocala now has some very handsome is puzzling to know who has the found to be Just the thing."

Ocala House. homes, and the handsomest best bird dog. "But if the stories told Isaac Brock, 117 Years Old Last Birthday. In a later letter,Mr.Brock writes: '

1\ court house of any interior city in about some of them are true, Ocala is BROCK citizen of McLen . .p. . . . .. .., "I: am well and feeling as well as I :::
r- Mr.Johns and Miss Nora Walters were Florida. hard to turn down on the dog line. ISAAC ,
have for
The that '
t years. only thing
I ,Texas,has lived for 117 Born before the United States .
!1 married recently and hate gone to bothers is If I could
me sight. see
formed.Saw my
Ocala continues to push straight ears. For many years he resided at + were t
-,1 live in Sumter county. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mcllwaine and ;' BOl'que Fall, eighteen miles west of 22 Presidents elected. better I could walk all over the form,
ahead. Her moving forward seems to family are moving into Mr. H. c.Jones' Waco, but now lives with his son-in-I Pe-ru-aa lots protected him and it would do me good. I would not .
Mr. F. M. Harp, the Citra turpen- be one of those lanes that has no from til sudden changes. be without Peruna."
residence South Fourth Mills Texas.
on | law at Valley ,
tine operator, was a pleasant visitorto turning.Mrs. Veteran of four wan. Yours
street, which Mr. Jones has just va Some time ago, by request, Uncle Shod a horse when 99 years truly,
our city yesterday.Mr. cated. Isaac came to Waco and sat for his \ old. '
J. W. Pearson leaves today for _ _ I rp1Ml
picture, holding in his hand a stick Always conquered the grip with 4;
who have
and Mrs. Sid Whaley Apopka. where she will visit her son at .
Mrs. C.V.. Turner and two child cut from the grave General Andrew | Pe-ru-na. .
been spending several days in Tampa and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earle Jackson. Mr.Brock Is s dignified old Witness In bad suit mt the When old age comes,it brings with
have returned to Ocala from
; looking at the fair and other attrac- Pearson for a few days.A ren gentleman,showing few signs of de age of 110 yean. it catarrhal diseases. Systemic catarrh
Tennessee where .she had the misfortune Believes Pe-ru-na the
tions, returned home yesterday. They crepitude. His family Bible is still greatest is almost universal old people. This
husband the remedy of the age for catarrhal
her ,
to lose notice
rwere very much delighted with he handsome line of ladies' toilet preserTedandit shows that the date of troubles. explains why Peruna has become so -

exhibits, hippodrome and .all other i articles, manicure sets, etc., at Tyd- of whose death was noted in his birth was written 117 years ago. p I P S S I I SUI S S S S P S S S S S I indispensable to many old people.C .
ights. I ings & Co.'s these columns at the time. ASK YOUR DRUG,GIST FOR FREE PERUNA ALMAN) FOR 1907.

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saw and .the Tuesday evening after the Roess- Yesterday was the anniversary of Elysium! Yes, we have it right here I That was an awful piece of forget- A Kansas dentist, named Gamble
The sound of the' anvil." hesparks Anderson wedding rehersal at the Ocala's great fire. It occurred twenty- in Florida, and have been having it fulness of ;*." j
of the
hammer the ring and men Pre,;. erian ..uicMss Mary An- three years ago. It was on Thanksgiving all during the month of November.Mr. 1 and causeu !h painful em- name should be; .-=- sec ? a -
from the furnace Day, the day falling on the 29 thenas
are the sounds and, the derson entertained uie attendants in now, and was the saddest in the I barrassment.Mr. cotton association. Atlanu. oI"oA. ..,
I- In sees in Ocala a very delfghtfully informal mannerat history of the city but proved to bea T. B. Burleson a pioneer citizenof
sights that one ourselves, is all to her home on South Third street. "blessing in disguise." this county and a resident of, the it. A. Burford returned from Mr. Jackson A. Due, who for some.
\a do say it has been his homein
past making
U Tallahassee yesterday where he had years
Mr. Glowerr the"Georgia Guarantee Citra neighborhood for the past forty
the good. To Judge a Remedy.You been to some important cases Manila P. L.. where he held the
_ = and Trust company, will establish years, was a visitor to Ocala Wednesday argue
=: must know its father and mother responsible position of private secre-
in which the Atlantic Coast Line
fBnoccurred at )Irs Hattie yoorman an agency in this city, and and so understand the reason for for the first time in some years !
The from to Governor General Ide, ha3'e.
Wednesday morning Mr 0. G. Deane will have charge of its existence. Ramon's Liver Pills and and noted with pleasure the growthof railway is involved He took a sleeper '
of Messrs. Mo-. '. from Jacksonville over the A. C. turned to this country and is now at
undertaking parlors it. Those who have given this company Tonic Pellets, a treatment for sick our city. Mr. Burleson was a resident
the and MacKay. The, bOdy was *** "an investigation are thoroughly headache, dizziness, pains in the in Ocala in ante-bellum times L. and when he woke up the next his: old home in Birmingham, Ala.
her Mrs.! side, constipation and biliousness is morning he found himself in the delightful Mr. Due does not expect to locate at
to rest in the "Old I IIoorman pleased with it and proclaim it a based upon the formula of one of but says that in no poins of resemblance -
of Birmingham. His Ocala friends
was the eldest daughter splendid and safe investment. Someof the greatest physicians ever known. it the town the same as it city of Leesburg. He says are
) and Mrs. Thomas J. Walters whQ the best..business men in Tampa AU druggists will guarantee Ramon's was then. the train was running so fast it,simply anticipating a visit from him at an
'L, I )lr. miles south of Ocala. and other Florida cities are among Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets to cure couldn't stop. early date.
UTe a .. sick headache, or refund your money.
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J \I-> OUR FREIGHT TROUBLES. THE WORLD DIDN'T I That the people of Florida are!' '. n .
.. HAT stupid to: l learn, or that ...{
,1 ',' I I In the "olden times" we had no We confess that we do not like Broward aDd his hoard of AWfUL

,- FRANK HARRIS, Editor. I IL transportation commissioners, state I this word. We cannot help from After exertingitself In followers are l Incapable of .ru.1, .

P. V. Leavcngood, Business Manage !I nor! inter-state, and no troubles about I I thinking that it is out of place in a the' republican ticket. the the PEOple. If forced to accept either I

.1!freight nor freight rates. These free government. It infringes on the of thee views, the Journal vouid unhesitatingly -.
ifJ World, in an
J '.,> :!I it.oubles are all of modern origin. liberty of the citizen. It savors of adopt the latter, aa w?

, r'I l : Here in Ocala, for instance, we operated "involuntary servitude." We think a day following the election I still hare undoubted eoofideM Hi rr..

"' "' 1"rn'" 'l '' ..- \ a line of boats from Jacksonville : I man who can exhibit two strong arms nobody mistake the t the wisdom e f the prepta.BtaMrtown -

i I '..8-.:iNj... \, 'l.__.A, to Silver Springs and a wagon .can show a "visible means of support narrow victory that Journal. Well how about those Ttfribte Seal) Hurrtor in Patches
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,ji (' f;.''', r,-"".# .,..:tf t"t i i line from the Springs to Ocala. There ." So that he does not steal. So Hughes has won over other amendments that were votc-d Ay Over the Body -1 .,' Cracked

"" never was any trouble nor thought that he does not live off the down. Mr. Hllhura, Mr. ft CtelrAbrama '
i? : s i4! t t4 \4 Hearst. Mr. Hughes' and lleed ?og-"h% (Unbear.I .
, 0, \ ', '.',''':'; !of trouble cud people lived in those labor of others against their consent Mr. Pope, Mr. DoufhertT.
1 ...=Y=;; t .t.rtit.... \ r we cannot see that he commitsa Mr. Healy and even the editor of the

! ..'. ."fI'. .<<..', ,";'j';. 1,_:,'C."..'V"'l. )"'<: .:;'3' 'l\.-.-.,.:,.......-!"" starved nor went naked.: They had crime. With a multiplicity of lican defeat, a popular Bradentown Journal, thought force of I Dtp ft Cost of $4,75.
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jW6 -"' .W>Ii* their fiN tQujpijres and social gai- courts, multiplicity of laws and a the corrupt republican the amendRMf ts were tnerttortu and

; I, "...:;tk-, ties prevailed the same as in modern multiplicity'of the minions of the its alliances with corrupt should have ?**n posted. ANOTHER WONDERFUL
times. law in uniform, it does seem that i ia if tions. The Hearst vote is I

Mttto: The Banner, believing thoseat I i Merchants from Brooksville, Sum- man habitually lives off the labor of illustration of the popular I i In 11010t- of Mn1-C'e ..4'Mulpwnt CURE BY CUT1CURA !

I the top well able to take care of I terville, Adarnnille, Whitesville and others against the will and consentof regard to the abuses of jour railways are la a worse tx tkan I

,It I all intermediate received their they ever have bn area ......... j
t those "others" that he could be and the demand for .
themselves, has taken its stand in the I I "I w.. afflicted with asoruflsi aw
, barricades with the common people II(goods at Silver Springs and such apprehended, tried and convicted fora tion." the period l IroaH iatdy altar UM evil I tkitty.. ,Mn. lt a astaDatch.4 ,

., and its fight will be made for the bet. Ia r thing as 'a complaint about freightor real and not an imaginary violation of Eminently characteristic I war, yet we have bn Krill the b.*- I over rq ....,. I need thr* east! 1

,I ; terment of those at the bottom. freight rates rover once entered law. It is enough that the real lawbreakers World! For years between efit of the state aDd iater..... railway t 01.sp. .tx __
into: their bu :lees. calculations. commission for a4 tnm Oh(*, d
". I be punished. Every man it has preached against j I many years ...t, and tip

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER :30, 190C, There, too was considerable ship- should work. There should be no republican machine and its I time to time have pMM d awe Increasing I buttle .,r caw

!I Ii ,, ping in those::; days. We rememberthat drones, but a man's time is his own, with corrupt corporations" I their powers in enjoy way rurs Rswiivcni {

Samuel I and strtngthwilBg( tlwtr..ha.... lilt i bathed ita fib
i r Why don't the car shops turn out Captain Agnew operated He ought to be protected in the en- be found, when the Sop, Mpptitd tat '

", '..r r* more cars? I a large turpentine distiller at Silver joyment of his leisure whether in waging battle upon the siJe when the Ocala Daaa Mad tna>i*' Ointmrot oast a,

'i Springs and shipped the entire hut or castle. This is the spirit of by that same "corrupt things known aDd showed hew taw I day, and to k I 1:a.,.'

r The Atlanta Journal thinks it's a output on boats down the Ocklawahariver. our laws and the essence of our gov chine" and those same commission permitted{
; ::: long f'a:tellana that has no turning. We remember, also, that Sir. ernment. porations." against all interior towns la the .: '+'.... Iai :
dan I was tfIftplftl-ly rqnsi N
,'- James Harris, Hon. P. P. Bishop, and ------ This reminds us of a state, how many newspapers and bus- i 08k prmwUy,ar ti we-about frv yid;

J Hlbu! Root has suggested David R. other large orange growes, shipped THE MATTER OF GUBERNATOR by C. V. Thorne, Rosebud mess men held up its haa4s I Its l!I yctnage."Tt .

f;:. Francis as the next democratic nomine their fruit to market via boat line to IAL SUCCESSION. South Dakota, and printed fight for just and equal{ ntts? I pttfiarii first mad Hi aaraf* s

? for president. Jacksonville. Sale in fed sfoto, grwraUy fnfssiii tcfecfe
World during the month - -
I. t> If Governor Broward should die or There is no telling the power of a :II ,leaving in the en tor af4 fe*i
1 Indians i in There were business rivalries in 1S06. Addressing the tae lice of a silver dollar of soaid&&
) The blankets the wore vacate his office Park Trammell, of
those Jays the same as in these days.In World, Mr. Thome said: "I good name. Instance the St. Augustine -I la a short time the atfcstsd cM

their football game didn't cover their Ocala, iiessrs, Eichelberger, Ag- Lakeland, will at once become gover stant reader of the New Record refers to the vie* prwident *. i i would form a heavy dry scsfet/t**& '

defeat.-Atlanta Constitution.The nor, but if Senator Trammell should die : ( as Geor w R. Fairbanks late silvery appearance sod wo.MOQ.
new, Harris, Howse, and, later, theRolirsons. You are sending out some ,
or resign the presidency of the senate is but one Fairbanks knows to the'" drop : To remove the estaW setfei /
Louisville Courier-Journal refers were the principal mer- ocratic literature at
bathing or tilling oil to subs Um
before the governor left his office, who of !i I by I
people Florida lad his
: to Hearst as a "political politi chants here and each had a landingand I might enjoy it, but I messory the unit would be perfectly law,an4*-
a line of from the (henrwould become the chief executive will endure for a long time 'i iI light dfeffcarge of bloody tuhiiimntouklooMout.
clan. Are there any other kind. wagons with a feeling of sorrow, .
A.' of the state? I That sraJycnrtvwid:
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s springs. Our constitution makes no provision know that when the next I Rev. John J. Tf< Even New York can teach foreigners Why cannot we return to those old campaign comes around aVthough
and lawW
for a succession to office in this a bishop of the M. E. eiutrea south was worse on my arms ,
of the Gorkey or Caruso type time methods? Why cannot the mer found supporting the Wall it was m spots aS tIN lay
ca-e beyond the speaker of the houseof died at Tulsa, I. T., W....**., morn .
that they must behave.-Atlanta Journal chants of Ocala operate their own line den republican party just as bo4y, also on my scalp. If 1 M tie
renresentat'ves who follow the ing. His death was due to Mood seals;remain too long without raastteg .
} of boats from Jacksonville to Silver !in the for
past-by fighting
president of the senate in the order; poisoning which developed la his I br bath or othmrtM, the skin
Springs and a wagon line, or per ic principles between
I would crark and bleed. I suisn4fatMwe
/ of succession, but since the last gen throat after an operation to remove
; Owing to a combination of circum- haps what would be better, a "trackless while in the heat of the I itching worse at ttigba aftergetting
eral election there is no speaker of small piece of chicken boa*. N
i! official minutes of the in bed blood
stances trolly line, from Silver Springs you indirectly support the I warm or warn
;, last meeting of the city council are to Ocala? the house as the term of Albert Gil- M HM MM M -H --MH-* j by aerctoe, whoa it would t* aawMUnbearable. ; i
by opposing the nomination The toadstool
.J christ, as a member of that body from are eoaniafin. .
i k .belated until today. If individuals, not overburdened DeSoto county, has expired 'and a democrat and then his Two woBMa are dead Hill otbprtdangerously "To sac H aH .tI woafci art aHnxxarh .

with money, can operate a line of you kindly chronicle this ill as the result of mil syea aaotasr ordeal ofaflMaa
i Senator Platt expressed himself new speaker: will not be elected until '
boats on the Ocklawaha river, why a humble citizen in some fag the edible with for thsrty-flre for tae Sam af
frankly on the question of his the next meeting of the legislature. potnonoas qri- signet
very x.-. ( ) W. l[. (J4-pr, :
I resfgnal ion. It was doubtless tracked cannot the merchants of Ocala! join Should the governor die between way? If it does not prove of these ,.... faaci, at ..*.t. ...... .. K*., AIttTI&M I,

forces and operate their own line of of buy the editor of the a poor substitute for food sad itwere ; .....-.11 t .......- i'-
by the telegraph companies.A November and April anefen .
bests and be independent of the rail- numbered and the president of hat" a* will to dtsyeaae with it. i =. .. .... -

Dalton, (Ga.,) Methodist minister I n ads and the railroad 'commissioners the senate year should have resigned previously | Judging from the part ,

v brands Bishop Chandler in the public ? Floridians would find themselves :played in the recent ,
press, as a clerical tyrant and dictator The Ocala Banner has been urging :New York city, one might be T
t without a chief executive and
of the most dangerous kind. the merchants of Ocala for many for concluding that Mr.
witno'.t a wa to at least on
get one
years to do this. The 'scheme is en- !'not find it necessary to buy : T 1Ui'iflTHrr,1Ut'
a short noiico.Between 1 1r..a.b.
The prosecution continues to weave !tirely feasible and practicable and in for the editor of the New II IInow M"p.
t 1 November 1S37 and April ,
a chain of circumstantial evidence [times past served its purpose well. -The Commoner.
1S98 had Governor Bloxham died.
about Chester Gillette, accused of the In these latter years, however, we .
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murder of Grace Brown at Herkimer, have fallen into the habit of beingtoo Net _L ... ., s.....,,.. J,
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N.'Y.The. I II dependent and calling upon the just such a position. The late Chas.J During the election ---. .r1----- ,.- -"w-.1,_ r .._ __.................
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------ --- I government for protection in too ended, it was charged that W.aft ...p .ake ** M Lf fI U
preacher who said that the I v as president cf the senate and Dan- .
many matters. papers that opposed the 'i,1
San Fr-ncisco ueite H. Mays of Monticello,
earthquake was a pun- was
Now, nearly twenty years ago, we la- amendment were -Iht kind that will hit tbo i<; clog. 04 p.Iver.oW. .
bhment: for sin must now confess; 'I speaker of the house at the session of ,
gored for the creation
a state and they were the "tools of
that it was not very effecdve-Atlanta 1S97, but during the summer of that
tucr-staL railway commission. We porations,' 'and so on and ... k; and .1. ,
.TN:rnal.' year Parrenot died and May's term ,
dreamed dreams that when these commissions Fn tne light of .over 5.000 .',
I expired in the following November, .
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established! ,
were that the against ?be drainage
The American girl who buys a !>aviag Bloxbani without a successor Second-Hand Furniture
fref ht EioNe.ii! oulJ: ue solved any sh nc& forth clear
title in as the
,;<- foreign not only a majority sho :!d he have died in the interval s*
M of instances buys that which is worthless sbipIJ.CoaU be given no further between November and .\pril.ri sun in a cloudless sky that

: but she acquires a household full trouble Our troubles Mould be vicariously a governor should resign under drainage papers were with AMI eft* *?. yo. BOO*? *>. ihutalofrfockttowosi rttM1 ifati4 .. .

] shifted to the shoulder: of pie the
besides. on subject and the
or woes
oth.ero.; Bi'.t trouble increased rather these conditions he could easily call gogues were those who ( .hawi mtfce ... .. ..v iI;
a !fciecial: session of the legislature ,
continueto show
If Japan her than diminished and the state*and interstate founded -
teeth and make war preparations our commissions put forth the ana a new president of the senate rupti6n.-charges Jasper: News.of subsidy .pries. art so low that it will ape. r5h w W 5
could! be elected who would succeedto
military boys may see some real fight- cry that they did not have power
the when he h.'tun t.ttt. Five ntl It call
governorship, vacated I
Ing-that brush with Cuba will not enough to force their mandates. So Brotherly Love in Lake :
ifce, but the chances
( that
bE; in it a little bit. stnnclbeain:: ? and enabling acts are It is said that
; an occasion for this action will never
II -------- ---- were passed conferring on them addi- Lake Pittman &
.\t, Details of the long looked for dividend tional powers; indeed, they were in- arise. "Few die and none resign." of the City FlForida, will be the next sot tiJ

i ri r to Great Northern railway stockholders vested with the same powers as our In the federal law a line of succerslcn Columbia senate. .

from the leases to the United courts are, the! : is: provided, naming the cablJ..t county owns this
yet same cry still
), States Steel corporation have been goes forth:: that their hands are tied members as successors and such no she kick ought to be coming vr. A. (EIGHT, L, L IA
supplies it with such
made public. for the walt of judicial power and in i provision should be in Florida's
Appleyard and
the constitution.::
Senator Thomas C. Platt reassuresthe meantime cur freight troubles '1 left the position some J NNOUNGEMENT.w.
1iese suggestions:
multiply and the shippers are respectfully ;
not only in
country that he is not seriously Florida but throughout the United referred to John S. Beard and other was succeeded by .
that which the is rumored
considering will
country now
) States, are in a more hopless and members of the legislature who favor have jest purcha**! ISM M- aoa s4 Harness kwaaa of llaesls
itself has seriously considered for helpless condition than the calling of a constitutional convention in favor of his predecessor. A. Standtey & COlt pa*)'. *ad proao to add to tao saaaH af aaoas e*.r?

some time-his resignation.Tom. and we awake to the ever before:. in this state.- Pensacola la Journal. that l I. needful to aiaaa tt aCOatfUm UNI ...? sew *
i that Journal. word. We are assets for several af tea last fana Waaasw aa Ute sr

Watson is going to start an governmental interference is unable 1 A Fearless Editor. : also: several maoi ef........ feata tfcoat w. lam a great va

.... other magazine. If this thing keepson to solve the problem.It Prof. I. E. Allen, of Escambia coun- An editor who is <
the per capita circulation of seems to us that the "door
magazines of
desire to be instrument
ty, has been laboring in the school an
will be one for each inhabitant hope" for the merchants of Ocala room for more than sixty years and in the truest sense of the High Buggies, $ v c.-.

U of the United States. lies in the direction of a trolly line now in his eightieth year appeals to who is blest with a beautiful Unexc: Bed War_, H..r ,

.- large"percentage1-of -New- York to Silver Springs and a line of boatsto that great American philanthropist, Mf. and, withal, has the moral ( up Rem J MfljRyaPQa k
ply Ocklawaha
and St. Johns Andrew Carnegie, for an annuity. put into cold type the
women, particularly those residing rivers. That will solve the problemso convictions, is to be Turpentine W
in the suburban districts, carry revolvers far as our local interests This reminds us that the state should acan& a Sp.Wty., 4
are con- should receive commendation
give these faithful servants annuityand
and it is said that they an .
knohow to use them, too. cerned. not embarrass them in seeking port from all who would are Always in Pitt... u Most ttte gage af UJYli 111 "flJ.f"'b ,
We know at least that all other fearless This
charity at the hands of strangers.

The people of Florida seem very : methods have signally failed up to I England sets a splendid example in ially to Claude L'Kngle and are Sale Agatt: (for thc*"cldeL* : lfl WMtepcntlne j.....v Tur

much opposed to the people of Es- date. this respect. To those of her citizens hassee Sun.-St. Augustine and Farm ...

The merchants of Ocala. in the mat- ,
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court of record. Of course they thor ter of freight rates, must not look to literary and scientific pursuits she Our Law Makers Didn't

tit oughly understood the proposition.We the railway commission to solve their provides for them generously in their the Question.Of Knight & Lang
course one of the first
difficulties for them but \
they must be- old age. When a man shall have given ,
pass the legislature at its
come their own Paul, Silas and Apo- sixty of his life to the state,
suggest that the discharged .
negro los. sion will be one to repeal < ucv saonitoHucMUtv and Co.THK )
t .idiers! be formed in a bodyguard on their boat and trolly whether in the school room, pulpit,
lines and be in a position to snap mous drainage law which tit
for the New York Evening editorial or any public office in
!their fingers at the railroads and the civil- life author er have been enacted.-
t Po .-Atlanta Journal. A good squad military or inventor. --- -
True Democrat.The .
railroad commissioners.The or scientific investigator, he has '
a night le detailed for the New Yo1 per-
Times. distance from Silver Springs is formed all the duties of citizenship, law, worded word for

only five miles. The distance from and should be liberally cared for by the defeated amendment Hardware

e Anna Gould has got her divorce and Silver Springs. to Blue Springs less the state in his old age. The United houses of the legislature Marion) Conpijy

tin. the custody of the children, but un than twenty-five miles. A canal con- States and the states should providefor imously.

der the court's decision she will not necting these two bodies of water those who have done so much for Boni's HEADQUARTIHtt -

;: be permitted to take her children would give us freights from both di- their country. We have now labored Wfe Pedigree.
not taken the
Ina away from France without the con rections-from Atlantic and Gulf I for more than forty years and when we trace Count Wire
ports-and this route, on account of Boni's'pedigree Fencing,
sent of her husband. That's French shall have labored twenty years longer
back but
justice! its novelty, would soon become the we shall feel that we have earneda we are convinced
SashDoors: and Blind :,
a descendant of a
most popular for freight and travel- rest and if needs be at the public

"When the roses bloom again" especially tourist tra,'el-of any in expense. When a man shall have known character the Paints. Oils and

dia there will be something doing over the United States, and would be to borne arms in his country's; defense, giant who killed the goose Varnlfkec

in Tallahassee. Sixty days will seema Ocala what the Panama canal will performed all the duties of civil life, the golden egg.-Sanford Mill and Mining Suppfc(

sin! very short time in which to handleall be to all the nations of the world. reared a family and contributed sixty "Save Me From ,

in those Investigations that are being The "Lord helps those who help years of his toil to the general 'welfare The Courier-Journal My Turpentine SnppUw&
SOIopp 4' called for and few themselves and if has
a days during our merchantsand I is
[ why not entitled to a bounty for Mr.
the sesion will be set aside to pass other business men were to "get t at the hands of government? : ments. For his any methods but Improved Fdrmmg Tek$

the reapportionment bill, discuss together" and""pull together" they we i

1 r 'drainage and insurance, etc., and then could easily overcome their freight Oscar Straus, the politician approve him and for his GET OUR PRICES
seeB. was opposed joined in
_? the third house must have one night troubles ,and, besides, become bene- to Hearst. Nathan Straus, the slaying him.-
to. themselves during the session factors to the state at large for all philanthropist
Knij Peaaacola Journal time to come. I Commoner. supported Hearst.-The Hearst may well exclaIm Marion Hardware Company

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There was quiet over Colon,

There was peace in Panama,

(Where the roll of "Sleeping Beauty"Is

'* Girlhood'and Scoffs Emulsion are performed with great eclat;)

& linked together. All the dredges were reposing

I ICo With their noses in the dirt;
i Every engineer was dozing

) The girl who takes Scott's Emulsion I la his trousers and his shirt

L.) has I And the darkey with the shovel
plenty of rich, red blood ; she is
Sweetly slumbered in the mud i Rock Ginger Me
plump active *'
g and energetic. With his faithful mule beside him. I

r is the premier home beverage
Gently chewing of his cad. I
tCt 7

,f.>> The reason is that at a period when a girl's Poultney Bigelow was forgotten, I t' Taken wither after meal, it is so valuable en ; -
Brother Taft far away I "
was ; aid to digestion that many leading sanitariums
J digestion is weak, Scoffs Emulsion VI the Isthmus took its pleasureIn { order it, barrels at the tine, for the use of their

a dreamy holiday- convalescents and patients. It is also a splendid ,
provides her
with powerful nourishment in remedial agent in various kidney disorders, and '
When along the throbbing wire
easily digested form. it never causes constipation Et
The electric message ran:

'He is coming! He is coming! Keep it in your home for indigestion ,,

Better hustle while wou can! a Ali dyspepsia, etc. t $G
g It is food that builds and
a keeps up a 8 Every dredge in sudden hunger coca 6 e.elH
strength.ALL Took. a double chew of soil;
: I Every engineer grew vocal I I ,r ,,i

I With the blasphemies of toil;
Manufactured by THE RED ROCK COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida.
Every darkey swung the shovel
DRUGGISTS} 50c. AND $1.00. \ / -
I. -- - -- -
I Just as fast as he could pith;
.. Debt Owed to Birds.In LI>. .__!
9000000tQatQaOO aOtQtOtQt aCtOOOtCa Every mule developed interest r"
a recent lecture a government IIR'a
In the progress of the ditch;
--._-- -. ,' ...--........- .-.- Every brush and broom in Colon scientist cited many facts to show H. A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. BouvierAnnouncement

... .. t. t.t.. t. *. *. *. *. *. *. as we do before two years have elapsed. Set to work to clean the place that birds are nature's check on the I
excess: of insects and that
DRAINAGE PROSPECTS .-Manatee Record. Every mammy in Culebra they keep
FOR THE FUTURE. Scrubbed her pickaninny's face the balance between plant and insect

t . Won't Tax Whole Stat And the gravel fell in showers, life. Ten thousand caterpillars, I

Governor Broward has said that he And the mud in yellow rain, it has been estimated, could destroy We have just purchased the splendidly i equipped
every blade of-rass onn an acre of
Going Ahead. would veto a measure to tax the whole Till the atmosphere resembledA of the and Cline
cultivated land. In thirty days from machinery plant Yonge Company,
The governor bays he is. going state to pay for the drainage of the poitical campaign; I
the time it is hatched an ordinary and solicit a share of the repair work of Marion and
_. right ahead with the drainage work- Everglades. So we are safe anyhowso Every industry and business
caterpiller increases 10,000 times in adjoining counties. We make of
- a specialty repairing
I {\JlonUceUo News. long as he is governor, unless two- Took a mighty sudden spurt
when a-calling bulk, and the food it lives and grows steam engines etc. I
For Teddy comes
---- thirds of the legislature could be induced pumps, gas ,

Perhaps. to vote for a measure makingan Then its best to shovel dirt. on is vegetables. The insect population Let us quote you prices. I
of a single cherry tree infested
Perhaps the drainage fight is over, appropriation.-Winter Garden Ri- ARTHUR GUITERMAN.Death .

and perhaps it has just begun.-Winter cochet. with amphides was calculated by a
Garden Ricochet. of a Most Estimable Woman. prominent entomologist at no less Ocala Gas Engine

We regret to learn of the death ofMrs. than 12,000,000. The bird populationof I
Will Strike a Snag. I
Newton A. McDavid, which oc cultivated country districts has
Determined to Drain. Governor Broward in an interviewin
curred at Titusville whither she had been estimated at from 700 to 1,000 Company
The he is going to :
governor says the Tallahassee Sun says that "as
goo; (.. only a short time ago to live per square mile. This is small com-
drain the Everglades just the same. soon as they (the people) realize that LMi. FAI.J _
with a daughter. She was stricken pared iti the number of insects, ye .. "171 _n.vl'
When and how he has not let made all the expense of drainage must fall
with paralysis and died suddenly.Her as each bird consumes hundreds of .
publIc.-Starke Telegraph. upon them unless; this tax is paid on --- -- -- -
-- --
body reached this city Sunday insects every day the latter are prevented ----
the lands in this district, they
afternoon and met her daughter -
was by from becoming the scourage
To Continue Fight. will find how greviously they have
tits. Newcomb Barco and Mr. they would but for the feathered ene- Don't
f) Governor Broward has not yet given been mistaken." If Governor Brow- Forget the Pace]
Barco and escorted to the family icies.JohnWhito&Co..
up his drainage scheme and an- ard persists in drainage operations, '
burying ground at St. Johns church
nounces his intention to continue the and attempts to force a tax on the I
where it was committed to mother W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE CO., is where the -.
fight. We admire his courage, whole state for this purpose, he will I -
r-""'h, surrounded by a large numberof .
though his chances of winning do not undoubtedly 'strike a snag." Our .
sympathizing friends. 1 d resr 'A hY .
look very bright at present.-Bartow opinion is that two-thirds of the next \ ynMcDavid has long resided in niches miiiet prlts a t SACRIFICE SALE IS GOING OH .
paid fur raw
Coutjcr-Inforiraut. legislature will pass bills over his I the Fellowship neighborhood and FURS 'f A BARGAIN LEFT FOR YOU A CUSTOMER SAID HE DIDN'T SEE "

veto.-Lale City Index. well livlieh HOW WE COULD SELL GOODS SO CHEAP, BUT WE ARE DOING
ic.-es as a heritage ,a spent .
1.>0" not look anything but pleasant The Fats of the Amendments.For I is illuminated with many generous esc6WantedCopies en QUALITY IS WHAT MAKES OUR STORE THE CENTER OF ATTRAC- ;
and charitable: dee'Is. She was TION. REMEMBER THE PLACE.
when ti? tax collector! conies around. drainage, S.OG7.Against drainage .
; good wife, a loving nether, a A@otod -
as the whole state will now have to 13200. Majority against drain- of the Weekly Ban
for the drainage of millions of : 5,133.For I, \. Christian and an honored citizen ner of October 19, 1906.. Suitable
pay {I'age and her good deeds are preciousneaioiab I W. J Chambers Shoe Comoany
acres of laud belonging to a few I increasing salaries of 'supreme ; to her memory. once paid for same. x ,

squam''! >ring cohtoraticns.-Bartow i'court justices, 5,953; against such increase -
i This paper extends its sympathy __ _ __ __
Record. 9SSC. Majority against increase ----- ---- ------- --- u -
ar condolence to the bereaved ones

t Wants Drainage Continued. For ,increasing S902. salaries of judges of To the Trustees of the Ocala Chris F q mh ttJr .

It pleases! :: the Record very much to ciiminal courts of record, 5,502; tian Church. -

[know tiat; Governor? Browa/d intendsto against such increase, 87C9. Majority i Ge.t1fUel- r RYE, CORN M a MARYU NO CLUB

continue the drainage of the Ev- against proposed increase, ,2t: We want to donate some LM..
At 1.50 per Gallon.GlNTmH' G" A N
ergl'i'te1noivutl1: stand ing the vote on I For establishing court of record. in Paint to your church whenever they extra charge for O. Per bottle bottle 11.UU 1".1\for; case$15.00.ft'HEH oftwelve .

the au <:',:.l-:ii Tie governor know? ;I E<;cam ia county, 4.9CJ:;; against establishing -,I palitt .--

his rtvtj and he proposes to perform such court, 8,004. Majority The: !largest Methodist church in L

.-Manatee Record. 'I'against, 3039. Georgia: expected to use 100 gallonsof GiFEE --l ("ED'S PLACE.") IN TOWN

j For amendment relative to amend the usual kind of paint, they used In connexion
and and
see us
People Will Change Views. ing constitution of Florida, 4,774; only :3 : gallons of L. & M. mixed with saloon where with TO THE TRADE we will try to treat

Yes, Pauline, the Manatee Record against such amendment, S,500..Ma-: 21 ss'lons Linseed Oil. can find the best. you wnite.

stood for drainage, and although the jority against, 3.78C. It costs less to paint a house withL. Our prices are figured on the very
lack of under & M. than with other paint be- .
people from a
cause painter mixes Linseed Oil Lowest Cash basis and under no circumstances
Uandlng of the question, voted the The electors of Miami have voted
fresh from the barrel at 60 cents a will C. 0. D.
we ship goods
Constitutional amendment down, we in favor of extending the city limitsso 3.11cnxith L. & M. and doesn't pay SOUR MASH OLD PRIVATE STOCK

toe still of the same opinion and fe. "llatlsfied as to take in the suburbs knownas $1.5' 1'egallon for Linseed Oil as Full Quarts, 75 cents as the Express companies will only Fall four

<< that the people will believe North Miami. I don? if ready-for-use paint is used. four foil Quarts, $3.00;; take whiskey at owner's risk and open. quarts, delivered $6.00
f I Also because the L. & M. Zinc hardens twelve delivered twelve quarts deliveredfor
quarts The law will not allow them to shipwhiskey
s" I the L. & M. White Lead and |9.00. $15.00.
; Irp1e"! the paint wear like iron. 0. 0, D.Ve will accept Ex
! L. & M. paint costs only $1.20 per
Orders Postoffice orders
WINCHJiiR' :,gatluxa. press money ,

f oSld by Mclver & MacKay, Ocala, one and two cent stomps, and checks

I.Fla. 1 A :hOYAL VELVET on parties we know are 0. 'K. We buy LEWIS 6&

Millions in It. for cash and sell for cash thereby .
$1.50 per quart; four fl.50 per quart four
NUB'LACl During the drainage debate it was -, quarts. 6.00; case of giving our customers the benefit of quarts, $8,00; case of -

repeatedly stated that the lands in twelve quarts for $13.00 bad accounts. twelve quarts eu.oo.HOGAN'S r
the Everglades were "spongy"-in.. 4
9:deed, that there were no lands down 1
r Loaded Black Powder Shells ';''there, nothing in the world but a SPECIflL HOLIDAY OFFER

I spongy pretense for genuine soil. -

Shoot Strong and Evenly, rAre I On the strength of the statement we
'understand! that a is being FOR
;\ :,tv Sure Fire, I organized for the company manufacture of 4 SIX FULL QUARTS $5.00k

Will Stand Reloading. I i sponges and will sell the whole surface .,
,, .f of the earth down there by the One Quart Maryland Rye, One Quart North Carolina Corn,
One Quart Apple Brandy, One Quart Holland Gin,
.' M They Always Get The 3ame.i ounce. One Quart New England Rum, One Quart Sherry.

i Railroad Commission Take Notice. j This is something that will Tickle You as it passes down, and you will
; 1' For Sale Everywhere. I When a public official, elected by
2't that its These taken from
agree with us good. goods are our regular
{) a the people, to perform certain duties.
__t'1 : lays the business of the people aside stock and after buying if you don't think its worth $5.00 for Six Qurts,

.... ..... and leaves the state to spnd the summer return it to us and we will gladly refund your money.A .
his should be held and
r a I he should receive pay for the time .t

only that he is at his office performing -
10 ; I his duties. Perhaps the next leg WEDDING BELL FEW MORE HOLIDAY OFFERS: KENTUCKY (EW
1 islature will take a hand in this bus RYE AND BOURBON
four At '1.2>
Full quart., $1.25: per quart; four
iness and remedy the evil-Jasper quarts, .00; twelve LeesbunrRye, Quart 50 cents; Half Gallon quarts, $4".73: ; cae of 12

Banner of Liberty. quarts: for $15.00.PAUL $1.00; Gallon 1.50. quarts for |12.00.
.. __ '
--_ Old Fashion Rye, Quart 75 cents; Half Gal .
Bills Being Prepared.The Ion $1.50; Gallon $3.00.
Shield Brand Shoes
Where you find XXXX $1.00 Halt --
sit next session of the legislaturewil Hogans' Rye Quart ;

is a safe place to trade, because Ino doubt be quite an interestingone. JONES Gallon $2.00; Gallon $1.00. WELIERS 41 CABINET

they are sold by reliable merchants The legislators are already pre- 12 CORN WHISKEY
At $1.25 per quart; Ten years old
everywhere. Be sure to ask for paring bills by the dozen, and when quarts for1350. North Carolina, Quart 50 cents; Half Gal. $:tOO per quait. :

next April rolls around Tallahassee Ion $1.00; Gallon $1.75. -,

;-: Kiser's King $3.50 Shoefor gives promise of being an animated Stone Mountain. Quart $1.00; Half Gallon
$2.00 Gallon $!.OO.
__ scene.-Barto-ar Record. THE EYEOG!ROES ; MAil (HiEIS

men, and you will get yourmoney's May be drained but WINES AND :SWEET GOODS Will have prompt attention

worth. Made in 37 According to the arguments. of the Koran's creek.never Blackbery, Quart 50 cents; Gallon $1.60. and will be
anti-drainage newspapers there were will be. Tom Gin $1.75 to 54.C)) per Gallon filled same day.PHOSPHATE .

Styles and all the popular: no merits in any of the amendments 'fit ----.- Sherry, 50, 60 and 75 cents per quart; $1.W,
Patent Colt Vici : $2.00 and 3.00 per Gallon. Port, same price.
Leathers submitted to the voters for adoptionfor
California Wine. $ per case.
Gun Metal, Box Calf, etc. they were all voted down and that

was the test. The drainage amendment 8 ulv & wHiTE SCOTCn GIN

%', M. C. Riser Company StyteSTXPit. didn't suffer any worse defeat Iseeds L no introduction, G 0 H 0 G A N the For every kidneys complaint, $1.50 per of -
than of
balance .
Manufacturers ,.._ -.-. .Colt any of $1.50 quart. 9art.
I them. Indeed it received per fC
GEORGIA Btaelur.iteSf a larger
vote than any other amendment. Ocala Florida


Mrs, Wesley Meadows. cf Anthony, ': _. ._ _
spent Sunday with friends In Ocala. I I __ ::_ : : '


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( -a stfuct- I'in grateful friendship I lay this poor 1'
of date and tribute to the turf that wraps his % & >1 1MH. 1

i One the man noble heart. -' + ...... ............ C
it. At Ta- In the general assembly cf '91.9 he !
ent IL 1 V lU U V /f all
who is slow was a candidate for United States .
join of nature, got senator against Hon. Wilkerson Call : ''re k= b

was editor Colonel Ship- (one of the truest and worthiest of 11 kt ktk h1a!
opponent for the state) and before the caucus for s &t.I .

of printed the ignorantly mis many days dead-lock stood forty-nine number Y. I Our line of Holiday Goods are now on .I k arl;
while speaking for each. There were a large ,
great Jti(
state. Captain of populist members who had been i v I
1 : state pillory, hard elected as democrats, most of whom tst.n' .
At : We solicit visit from the most
deliberately supported Mr. Dunn without question. display. a l
v ;.- Hon. laid il [;:1 until Others demanded that he first resign 2 n'pea
t Co. the.i li1L and thE presidency of the Ocala National j : I
1 center. bank. To his lasting credit he positively (..1 skeptical, as we feel sure of satisfying any ttI RL"I ::
. !:
'I which of Ocaly. refused:: to trade his personal ...., I

wish banners liberty was for finally the high defeated office by he one soughtand vote. I I! .: and all in search of suitable presents for evx ion ty

R 4 He to participate in .
I have never been frightened by the '
to I had to crown I'. I
,bogie of populism; its fudamental :
I'I'L 1SSS, I should
s date wasn't for Key principles embody the purespirit of ::. i erybody. I
Jeffersonian democracy, but the nai i i.. .
t- DeFuniak : ,
an 0
i I
tional banking system is here to :: .
the list I
-but ri'
'37 t 1896.The the rosary of stay, and would to God every national I.t t I. ntjage
sane bank in the United States had a |14,, .. '
John F. Dunn to control it. The !
baby of that noblest : ,
like -the clear whole system would become. wiser j I IN OUR LINE YOU'LL FIND ;1 IiJ'

r this C= of John F. and- better_ .' and -more popular.All ',,4 4 t I '
Col. barefooted boy
s. of ( and Johnston, Ocala and the legions of the :. :-flJ.n

Onion of old :Marion, province, with Marion and adjoining /-,: '00
:k a youthful Cin- counties rallied to the call. Three 1 ;.:
We and worked his thousand voters joined the parade, t I DOLLS from Ic to $4.48- .I: t

-:} says and honor. His and even "the brother in black" don I farelet'
We day.,to melting ned the red shirt and white trous- ;
of his race. Robert L. I '"
i' and out while orchard he Andersun eis-wisest, chairman etc,; George W. IRON TOYS from Ic to $1.48 m

4 ;in I robbed of her Wilson, secretary; Frank Harris, of : r
Brats, sale nor or the Banner Dr. T. P. Gary, H. W. j I 1 1i

F+ B. the world. Af Long Major T. D. Lancaster Cols. I MECHANICAL TOYS from Ic to $1.98
up all he spent it to Hardee, Martin Dupree '. nlJr
He has bought battalions of other colonels and pri : i :
vates in the front rank with carriages
and had the
broken debt on horseback and on foot, I I WOOD TOYS from) Ic to $1.98 1',.\
and round to
ber has doubtless wound their way round tf
n his honor a magnificent glove of oaks, where : l
onels has long been the stand was erected and the barbe- : ..'

\ had or blame and cue sprt and ad.carious Fanners; inscriptions cartoons flashed, mottoes :f i TOILET CASES, 49c to $5.98 .11.[

rw I several brass I o
everywhere, whIle t I ..

recall bands the voiqed handsomest the grand banner ovation.of all.11 j i ::f I ALBUMS from 98 cents to $5.98 :11'J -

ir1 Women!s ains It was designed ly Mrs. Martin, Mrs. i -,

: Triay and her other sisters the .. .. .. J.rIf
Misses Owen end manufactured of : )
. I heavy crimson satin. Prominentamong :. : : ;1&11

( was a total wreck writes Mrs. Beulah I : the devices was an immense"Gramlfa'tber1 H' 11
? hat-CO per cent. tariff f f A FULL LINE OFT i, '-

of Champoeg, Oregon, "from pains I had and 40 per c : for 4 years, every month. Sometimes I ,GeorgeViicon.. An immense orange j'I'' ..1*

be unconscious for 12 hours at a stretch. I I "protected by the naked frame i I ':

know that anything could the wire of an umbrella with no covering !; : China Fancy Lamps
stop pain jjapanese
that j! ...
but Wine of Cardui did. I advise all i'Mr., Goodrich represented v.ouid the "protection"grant to Florida i .s.: .

suffering with painful periods to use Car- I t
products. Ocala was the home of : ti t
be relieved.J I General Bullock, the nominee for congress I t )

does this by regulating the functions and M latter ever against"(,xp Gojdrich cled to win"but how from the so ::i i Fancy Crockery i iIi
i."I up all the Internal female organs to health. grand a can in so grand a district >
doesn't appear, even yet. The repub- .
: a pure, specific, reliable, female remedy, with lican platform of that year suggested : r:
; of 70 years of pride in the past and hope for the future : I Fancy Glassware China Etc ..
FRIE ADVICE "but," said the coming governor .
I It has bene- Write is a letter desalting! *!lMUT "they have no more cause to be : ..
symptoms,and we will send you
Free proud of their past than they have
a million others. Address! L&dit'AdvfsoryeDep.h en:, "
Quttanoota. Medicine..Chattaoota. cause to be hopeful of the future. .......................... -
not you? Try it. Tenn. ,i.t

Accident to Mr. E. L. Moore.
by Every Druggist in 10.0 Bottles. On Monday night shortly after 8
i.I o'clock, Mr. E. L. Moore, of the "

WINE Knight & Moore Lumber company,

.k CARDUI Ott; at Silver Springs, happened to an exceedingly IDEA IN PRINT OF WHAT I!

painful and what at first
t' ; OF
was feared to be a very serious acci

He was driving home from Ocala
alone and just tefore reaching the

' We Never Disappoint OUf atienwo Maiion Farms somEthing frightenedhis IN OUR STORE i
r horse which ran away. So sud- .
Fulfill Eros Promlti'aSd Iivtr Hold Out list den was the dash that Mr. Moore was .i.'
WE ) o withort the tout .t..II...04 VNtOHd unable to gain control of the animal,
CURE gala or det"*Uan from bud..... Ooatagiou Blo 4 YOU"We ,
- coral surer t. rcttra,without wa.twr :r nla rl 'ueJ Leaf .f which dashed down the road at a live- COME IN AND WE'LL "SHOW
YlrorPoilttTel7 earedi BO atlmulaut but psttaats rs ly gait. Just in front of the runaway
The Dr.1IU Kl41or.1 Co.II an loidratlaaorfttUedta4ft :
.-- I!aw101 Uaita 1t Georgia for the tmiwas and can MN team was the bus filled with the jolly ,
1 lIem..thrOIJ..u..c. Dr. X. E. Kioe, tbi founder
t' 4 I t&la JjntJt/ >o*,Is the ebf eonsultog specialist Mlag tiiisttt crowd cf young people who are to be .
r I\fcy OuiSMceislattstVtmntBtof a staff. Of emlaent ph/tlcUm thfwfle.WINES.dlieues! ti nastttpar attendants at the wedding ofIr.. : ..........................
led; .e.s*bvtfe aedlcal and electrical anodes. f I'
.J' who were
i Our ofdeesw equipped wlrt ail the cursaia,tMi4tea fishes. Roess and Miss Anderson
,X-ray,Tlolet ra,.and Flnsearajr In fact, etery electricaltontriTUM their to Silver Springs to 1.
r- knovi to tba medical proiisawon. Our lutbrtliail on way I
trained modern and la ererr efficient respect attendants and w,regularly.. employ qua none 1ie4 but a4uI u" spend the evening. Just before reach- Ii make special prices to churches for
and ilcenaad phyalotau being in tiwte.We ing the bus Mr. Moore was thrown out < 1
f 1i itrouce employ-.BoC.0.BO misleading D.-or nnasked neaas forr.n'r to secure .Uutl4 t oct of the buggy falling across a log. ; 1. Sunday Schools and furnish SundayIi' \
1 by this instntloa. Our terms for tmtirt'it rtW IWO became lock I i
( 10 110.90 per montfc.(medicines Inaindad)taj we ** The wheels of the buggy i 1
r- J. knee of a cure within a specified time. wheels and Tom,
ed ia the bus tMr.
MY BEST Rfptti CHROHIG DISEASES eaetwestnlttt Schools with Candy and Candles FREE 1 I
- n&I'fr. Harris and the driver, who were near- I
., ,11'H sack M Kidney and Bladd tn nW"s, Rhesn sa1,
\UKTILCUUr.Pi Kapture. ilydrocele. Dr&lue. LoMei, etc.. and all trtTlnt est the horse reached out of the win '
H1 b Diseases Tumors sad ml.Uinaa'ltubln. Catarrli of tb/
Nos. Throal, Dead and Lungs. Dhe.ts tt Eye and 1It, dow and caught the animal by the ,
N. K. KINQ M. 0. Chronic DueMes of Women, soon U D: y! cCouioral I I ,
hi mand
head, thus stopping prevent
Owe Caisutraq P>"'I paw Dlscturges and siicU weaknesses qf wootn.
UtI tsio ijrettr '" r I.t e lend JOII.l1tAra1are.lncluQinr tymp m blanks t r b ma e anBt.CON8CLTATIOW ing any further damage. i
Iwill by
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,}I':' w' .- unfortunate gentleman anddid all they i j stock of Christmas Goods from us.Ve are in a position to give them very j

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of the party went to the Marion f j i
Farms, where they secured water, i 1i
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,- r Ilk etc., and Mr. Walter Taylor and Mr. :

.t q\0 QPR( SS r r f0F Z | FULL Arthur:Mr.Mr. Cobb Moore Cobb hitched back came up to to a their town wagon assistance and to take Dr., I I i If you want the largest line to pick from, :I i ii

i Powers was sent for. He was on his /

s? PREPAID EXPRESS way svene in from of the the Springs accident and in reachedthe time to i i and yet save money, it will pay you to call at i t

come back to town with Mr. Moore.
He was carired to the Montezuma hotel :
and after a thorough examinationit [
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broken. ,and there were no internal injuries i THE VARIETY STOREMARCUS i i f
althr.ugh he was badly cut and
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[REACHING AFTER THE PURPLE. has declared his determination to insist A NEWSPAPER INNOCENT. I I i The press of the state is awfully -
it i eattttt*,tttt isNMliif
: on its provisions, from which he There is a law in New York state sassy these days. Some are saying

Of all tbe dangerous utterances that receded? horrid things about one another, and
requiring public candidates who were:
hue U- 'n made by public men i in He does not for he is a man of the Floridian goes so far as to tell;
voted for in public political electionsto
the hUtory of this country from the sense and cannot.If Graham, of Manatee, that he either Values

foundation of It to the present time. there is a man who is bx'l-bent! furnish detailed, certified or sworn ought to have lulled the TallahasseeSun I Biggasi iq Vis

on empire it is this man Rooseeflt l statements of the money spent by man or committed suicide. This '
I retard that made
Secretary Rootat .who sends one secretary on a tour of them in such campaigns. all comes about by the boys having

I'tka, N. V. In his speech I South American I I a *
against republics, jumps another _In an account of his campaign expenses a big feed at the Ocala editorial

.; Meant aa the most conspicuous ex- I IIlnph' one into Cuba, and who himself I I submitted to the secretary of meet, a two days' trip to the Everglades

deigns to visit Panama with two battleships a banquet at Jacksonville and NEW ARRIVALS !
state at Albany, William R. Hearst
3 I in his train. He makes a one at Tampa. There is nothing likea -
Speaking for President Roosevelt declared he had spent $256,370.22, or
treaty with San Domingo which the full stomach to give an editor nervE T 1
k Mr Root said I more than 30 cents for very vote he
:senate had previously turned down; -St. Petersburg Independent.
received in the recent gubernatorial
"I desire to say to you with his attit .'he recognizes no will but his own; he I election. i BJOWN'SaI SHOES .

that he greatly desires the scolds the senators. like a pack of unruly Governor-elect Hughes pleadguilty "j.ii- plea of the advocates of the

t.fuHrtlon of Mr. Hughes as governor school boys when they fail to carry I drainage of the Everglades is strongly r
to spending on his election
of the state of New York. I say to you"IJh out his will; he summons the fortified by the fact that the East I) For the Feet.
$615.55, or something like 8 cents for
bit authority that he regards Ir. speaker of the house of. representatives ; every 100 votes he received.Not Coast railway has bought all the interest c t

Hearst as wholly unfit to be to his cabinet to discuss with in the lands in the drainagearea
since the law requiring candidates
and an insincere self seekin him what bills shall PASS and what held by the Boston and Florida.
for public office to file a list t of WARM UNDERWEAR :
demagogue. I say to you with his shall NOT. their expenses went into effect a number Atlantic Coast Land company and the

j.authortt1 that he considers that: :AHearst's h I say that this man gave evidence of of years ago has anyone seekingthe Coast Line Canal and transportation I For the Body. 2

4 election would be a serious his imperialists tendency when he favor of voters admitted spendIng company and will proceed at once

m Injury to the work in which HE isf did all these things. one-tenth of the sum for election to drain the entire area. The land is At Prices that will not Pinch the Pocket

I t'DC&gof enforcing ,Just and equal But when he sends his close friend purposes avowed by Mr. Hearst. The adia *'ed to be very fertile. We ap I

i laws against and the chief of his cabinet, who has plaud the enterprise of the..East Coast
corporate wrongdoing"Shakespeare
sum in magnitude is far and away .
himself spent his life serving corporations railway.
f. that
unerring searcher
i greater ttan any other recorded on
into a state to declare to a
Into the motives that actuate the the books of the state for that particular

human heart put these words into sovereign people HIS WILL, this surpasses purpose.Of John Sharpe Williams in a recent I MN'[ PANTS P AND B BOYS' SUITS

the raouth of Caesar, speak to Antonlu in presumption anything previously the amount expended by Mr. speech at Gulfport, Miss., in discussing

done by any of the graspers the proposed attempt to repeal'

: after scepters who have come to my Hearst as reported to the secretaryof the fourteenth and fifteenth amend : At Cut Prices. j jI
"Let have about
me men me that state, he gave to John C. Follans-
ments to the federal constitution
notice in times ancient, medieval onodern.
are fat; leek headed men and such the, treasurer of the Indepedence
.-Tallahassee Sun. said: "I would rather retire from my I
as sleep by nights. Yon Cassius hasi league, $198,870.22, and to William J. --- -
labors in congress than appeal to the
lean and hungry look. He thinks; Connors, chairman of the democraticstate
voters on a false issue." It is now
too much. Such men are dangerous.:' committee, $57,000. The remainder
,up to Hoke Smith and John Beard to
\ was the speech put In the $500 he spent for traveling i THE FAIR I
Always chew your food thoroughly. give the democratic leader a little
of the man who sought the em- expenses. ,
f.f.J11a the Buy your food fresh; keep it fresh; .friendly advice along this line.- '
This vast sum of money was spentin
it tastefully.Cook Pensacola Journal.
how closely It runs insignificance prepare meat thoroughly, but don't an effort to secure a public office |I A. L. WEBB, Prop. :-
with the words
spoken which pays only $10,000 a year. Can
overcook it. A young man from the rural districts
by the friend and chief adviser of there be a more startling and hideous (t -

Roosevelt. cheap.; Don't buy bad food because it Is picture of political corruption than week: and returned when asked. from how Tampa he enjoyed this .A ...................... '

"Let me have men about me that such to in
an outlay buy up votes an
Don't eat fruit. the: fair, said it was fine, especially
are fat," ald Caesar. "I retard Mr. decaying election of an official to the chief -.. .
Don't all meat it is not the animals. Further information developed
Hearst as a serious injury to the work your ; magistracy of the greatest state of I ,
the fact that he attended
the healthiest to cook it.Don't .
In wbifh I am engeged," says Roose- way the American Union?-New Orleans I
throw bones and ends Cole Brothers' circus and had mistaken
vet: through Root. away
of meat them for Picayune. ; that for the fair. He has gone
"lie thinks too much" said Caesar ; use soup.Don't ti.ore striking and hideous picture back. Zolfo
serve vegetables as
. ''Speaking of Cassius. "He is an insin- ; ?" Why sure. Let those who put
they are hard to digest.
: ,|ere self-seeking demagogue," said ;up the boodle for Hughes give the Mr. William Randolph Hearst says
Always drink milk slowly.
, ,\oosevelt, speaking thorugh Root of. figures and the innocent editor of teh .hat: !'c. will never again run for a public
Drink as small a quantity of liquid
: Hearat New Orleans Picayune would be appalled. office. He assigns as a reason .

, Who Is this Roosevelt of ours? On with your meals as possible. that; it heaps upon one unnecessarily,
Good food not only keeps childrenand
: what meat does this OUR Caesar feed There was one thing about Hearst uncalled for and unwararnted abuse.
adults healthy and saves expense
: that HE should say that the election he spent his own money; he didn't Having his character crucified by the s ,
of sickness, but increases their
: of any man nominated by a great political spend "other people's money" and he head of the nation was more than he

t party would be an injury to earning capacity. didn't spend as much money for his looked for and it 'is more than he I i
Drink of water between P
plenty i
: honest capital an injury to the workin own campaign as he did for the campaign can staid. M4.f Ill

which liE is engaged. meals. of others.In /
Boil and strain water ifit
t What work Is he engaged in that' drinkjng the great campaign of 1S9C for The Sun can't be played on, anyone
t is not pure.Don't .
can be Injured by a man whose pub who tries it, makes a discord.-
drink cold water if are
: lie acts earned for him the right to you Destroying Johnson Grass Roots Tallahassee Sun.

lead the party of the people? I'very hot and prespiring freely. I Several farmers have written to the There are exceptions to all rules
I Don't drink water with ice in it.Don't .
, j "A serious Injury to the work in So the:+r Agriculturalist asking Mr. and the exception to the Sun's statement -
I drink alcoholics.Don't .
, wlhch I am engaged; ; in would be_the Spill an's mode of annihilating Johnson seems to be Albert Williamson'spaper
. let the children fill their I
election of Mr. Hearst," said Roosevelt grass roots. He plowed land 4 the Jacksonville;: Floridian. It
stomachs with soda water and sweetened
through Root and this work asJjfttscribed inches Jeep in October and followed i!plays on the Sun for all the world as
drinks. I I I
: by him through his friend the plow with a grass hoe or root !if it were a flute.It I
that has stood
Don't drink water
. jand secretary Is that of enforcing puller. It is an implement which has Ij j

.. { Just aad equal laws against corporate uncovered in a room. crooked fingers whichxatch; the grassroots is possible that John A. Graham j

Don't drink water that has been the surface of did not want to to Tallahassee
ronpdoin I and ]lift them to go -
:. These Mjnrt an1 equal laws" be it I standing in lead pipes. the land, and it is drawn by a horse. I anyway. Claude L'Engle lives there, I a'r-- -

. I I Don't let tea stand: in the teapot. I! I and it is
N41ca ctt only ro'aaidfcreJ just and I T- running the grass hoe over the reported that Graham "in A: .
. J : ,Tea' that tas been allowed to draw bnwholesonte. I cent of the terviewed" him last May-to his sore
: equal laws when they are inspired land both ways, 90 per I' ENTERTAIN
- and Interpreted by Roosevelt. I roots were pulled out of the land, and row.-Zolfo Advertiser.

Sweet cider as sold in saloons often the roots raked off the land )4I1
: Tr'f would not be just and aqual then were
of also Senator and Mrs. Platt have "agreedto
contains a large portion ,
and interpreted by with a common harrow. Where this the BOYS"We
: laws If Inspired "
hol. Avoid it. disagree. They have finally agreed -
is manufactured
andone in accordance with him. grass hoe or puller ;
: Fresh air is as necessary as food. upon a total separation. It is the
know but ithas
at do not ,
Roosevelt "AM THE ONLY present we
. I, says Keep; rooms well ventilated. old story of the fruitlessness of endeavoring
the Johnson
the ability to destroy
: 'u) and equal law-giver. Exercise daily in the open air when roots.-Southern Agricul to join January and May. have the 'largest selectionof
V Roosevelt think he was grass
Jid Mr.
possible. The difference is entirely too great.

. M Arcing just and equal laws against Don't allovany bad odors from turist. of Edison Records and Phonographs

: III 't orate wrongdoing when he glossed !sinks, garbage boxes or gutters about Railroading in Florida with a railroad -
Understood in
of Paul Morton, How t>: e Matter Was
... over the rebating openlyconfessed, your place. in Citrus. commission in full power, with Qz; in the city to select from.

I to which Morton against i See that every one in the family The Inverness: Chronicle says that its hands strengthened by legislative:

and directed that prosecution :takes a hot bath once a week. enactment in state and nation, is going -
voted against drainage
. while he was Citrus county
. him for giving I Be sure that the tables and floors the from bad to worse. What's the r
the suspended

railroad president think he should was enforcing cease. just I I are scrubbed once a week.If sherLf because of that governor county for permitting trouble? A. E. BURNETT-

: Did he corporate possible cover the table with a lynching and states that the governor I .
and equal laws against oil cloth. An editor in Athens, Ga., wants to
. the rebating -bright need look for no help from that I I ,
.. wrongdoing when gave Don't sleep in the same clothingyou for sell his newspaper and assigns as a !
position in his cabinet' county the legislature any I JEWELER,
: r !
wear in the daytime. unless the
favoring drainage
.. Did this modern Caesar of ours measure :min-try : Merchants' Block. Ocala Florida.
Don't sweep the dust in corners; suspended sheriff is reinstated. That J ,
and equal
.. think he was enforcing just clean it up and burn it. is proposition. In other gool' can come out of a printing ofSee. ,:
a queer
laws against corporate wrongdoing Don't forget that cleanliness is not ,I ,. I
of Citrus voted
\\ords the people
I when he not only retains in his cal>- I ...
it is health. -
inet Cort1e 'ou. who has been openly a fashion; all about the I against drainage because they were If "time is money" the Atlanta ,,

i accused by a witness before a legislative Have cleanliness offended with an official, and will revise Constitution' naively remarks;: that the I II LANDS.
house, yards, streets or alleys, and their action if the deposed official
behind schedule
committee of accepting cam- railroads running I
I particularly in the cellers. Have gar- is reinstated. Queer what influences I
ilgn! contributions from two of the time are dropping a good deal of

., -P \)st corporations in the country, bage frequently removed.. some people to vote for or I I dough .- If you have lands )-OU wish to sell, !rear nr res.U,_ .

: d 'does he still think he is enforcing Brother Dickey on "Immigration." l against measures of public policy.l .- I > or if you want to buy lauds for farming, n'razin&
eLand Weekly News.
: \> laws whEn he gives other evi- "I hear tell," said Brother Dickey i BEST turpentining or lumber purposes,

: 'f1.e of Indorsement In this 'proCeding 'dat dis here indignation business is Bishop John J. Tigert. GET THE

., by advancing Cortleyou to gwine forward mighty previous= an'de In the death of Bishop John J. Ti I Write to

: the most important position in his white labor is gwine ter knockwe gert the Southern Methodist church Lr

.t cabinet-that of secretary of the all plumb out! An' what I wantto loses:: one of its ablest members.He I : BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.

I treasury know is how come an' why? 'Pearsto was ,a man of splendid scholar- i It

1 Does this man who likes to have me hits only gwine ter fetch mo' si L ip and indomitable zeal, a man who OCALA, FLORIDA.

; j CONTENTED men about him and trouble Dey can't pick cotton lak' earned enough money to pay for his : it

ho regards a man like Hearst, WHO what de nigger kin, en what's mo' schooling by driving a wagon.

: UP THINGS, as a .dangerous dey don't ne'r never will, onderstan'de Although he has been a memberof ,..,.. 11

: think that he Is enfore- ways an' means er de Georgy mule the college of bishops only a few 1s .

, Js and equal laws against cord who won't stan' ter be swore at erLeat months he had for years been one ofthe

: wrongdoing when be shielded in any furrin' language! 'Sides most distinguished members intbe rWEBTERfSINTERMlNAL s Gold
> Storageof
,. t less Llttauer his friend in dat, hit'l take up half dey time ter church, and his place will note

... that Infamous government glove contract get use ter de redpepper element in easily filled.-Georgian.

: home raised co'n licker; an' deyll ------- -

: Does this general corrector of pub- never be able to smack dey mouth Turning on the Searchlight.A Meats
:. .
c morals of all parties think that over a Chris'mus dram an' holler lak large majority of members ofthe .Recently Enlarged

: _e Is enforcing just and equal laws dey had de ol time religion. I tell coming session of the legislature WITH

against corporate wrongdoing when you. I don't see no good in hit. But will be against the governor's'' drainage 25,000 New WordsNew We beg to annuounce to the

: e allows the steel trust to dictate to I ain't got long to staq now so gimme Ideas. He is reported to have Gazetteer of the Worldwith .'

: .a secretary of the navy terms by a iece er money an' lemme go-" said, since the overwhelming defeatof latest more census than returns.25.000 titles based on tbd public that we are ready to

hick, when beaten in open competl- -Frank Stanton in Atlanta Constitution. his drainage amendment that heis NewBiographic Dictionary.

. Ion and an independent concern .it t not through' yet, and will ask.;the container tbq i Barnes p*on 1CWOQ mattA.. ,cure Meats. We GUARAN-

: re off two-thirds ot/the fruits of an """'" legislature to enact laws that will persona date of birth death etc. > ".: .

Reliable Remedy for Croup. Edited by Tf.HARRIS,Ph.D.,LL.D.,
the government A TEE SATISFACTION
I or contract for permit him to continue the work. UnitedStateaCommissioneror and
Mrs. S. Rosenthal of Turner, Mich., .
: Inst the protest of the successful says: "We have used Chamberlain's This large majority was elected togo 2380 Quarto Pages -

: dder? Cough Medicines for ourselves and to Tallahassee to not grant the 11..r1uei. 6000 311 its ooh JU.k IaaIqI. I solicit your patronage.4s.ds
.. Does this Imperialistic reviewer of our children for several years and governor any further power to carry Needed in Every Home _

: r' Beet of battleships gathered in his like it very much. I think it is the out his drainage scheme.-Volusia Also WebtUr'a ColkgUt Dictionary
enforcing Just only remedy for croup and can highly Jill Pa,... 14*IIIuUs DstRepnluZdition7sldrtljieeeer.
} or, think that he is recommend it." For sale by all drug County Record. Uia41ap.t OCALttlCE & H

equal, laws against corporate gists. m >.Luse Editica 6 13 tPrLtd bola
t wagdolng when he allows the rate Take care of the pennies and they IWM pUlM wfctU*f.p.r.t bttofaMbuUmn-

in which-he filched from this sameearst A splendid lot of stair carpet, with may afterwards turn Into dollars. At FREE,"Dktiae.erWraekLa"meaeN.dp.mphhfa FUEL CO.

'to emasculated in the send ornaments; alsoa lot of matting for an auction sale in New York recent G. 6 C. MERRJAM CO.

i. :, by, the be rallro!\ senators after he I I sale. M. StraussH lM7-tf t ly one penny, sold for $32. Publishers, -Sprlagflaid*MaM.

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OUR NEW STATUTUES. 1895 and section 2 of chapter 4290, THE EAST COAST RAILWAYTO the railroad toward West Palm Beach

r acts of 1893.Wherever BEGIN OPERATIONS. and the kind feeling thus exhibited is

: Sumterville, Fla., Nov. 20. 1906.( a section of the Revised greatly appreciated by the business

To the Editor Ocala Banner: Statutes of 1892 has been amendedby Drainage Work to Reclaim Lands I Is i. oM of the city.-Palm Beach Tropi-
To Be Pushed at Once. .-". <
My attention has been called to the subsequent act of the legislature Sun. \ 0 ,

it is so noted in the margin, for example y F9aJr
fact that the governor's proclamationon
Some Stories.
; Section 3410, this law was The Florida East Coast railay and Fishing am prepared A
on the general statute of Florida the Model Land Company will commence The Florida Times-Union has the
section 2517 of Revised Statutes andit
actual reclamation following comment on a fish story not ,, ('f'
bears date of November 1, which will was amended by section 1 of chap- operations .q, .':,
Decem southwest of West Palm Beach at "to the manner born:" ,, to give you the Best
book effectual
:, make the new ter 4531, acts of 1897. Of course "
-' once, and within a few months, the "The London Mail is amazed at the t
ber 1. In view of the fact that the the same plan was followed where an P
': ten thousand acres of fertile lands story of a fisherman who found be in
act of the legislature subsequent to I Bargains J
book has not yet been thoroughly distributed embraced in the area will be open to had hooked a little fish which was I
the Revised Statutes was amended at
over the state I think it settlers. swalolwed by a perch, a trout took I
a still later session of the legislature, Goods
might be of interest to the professionand as for example section 3752 is section This gratifying information was received the perch and a pike took the trout 4 fall aijd Winter

I those who may have occasion to by the office in Palm Beach on so that the fisherman had a breakfast
5251 acts of 1903
5 of chapter as .
use the book to give some information last Saturday from Mr. James E. In- when all came in. Now, in Florida It "4
5427 of 1905.
amended by chapter acts Men's Clothing *
which will enable them to more read By keeping these things in mind it gn; ham, third vice-president of the would have been easy to have an alii Such as 4 :.4

ily familiarize themselves with the F. rida East Coast railway. gator to take the pike, and find the Ladies Coats .li i
will be easy for anyone to note 0 and Overcoats :
work. In a letter to Mr. Wallace R. Moses 'gator had swallowed the fisherman 6 c
made in the laws and
changes soon oj
In the first place the general plan become as familiar with the general Mr. Ingraham states that the upon coming to land, if you want to %%gk and Heavy Underwear pr.,..;v

of the book is the same as that of the Florida East Coast railway and the catch real fish stories, why linger on V
statutes as with the old statutes. The :% M. FISHE Jr
Revised Statutes of 1892 which it su- Model Land Company have purchased the wrong side of the pond?" 00)0)
name, general statutes, was adopted A 4,
t percedes. For the convenience of the all of the interests of the lands in So much for Florida. But it is a IS't..
by the legislature in order that the *
d bar of the state in comparing the work the drainage area held by the Boston fact that here in Georgia, a fishermanwho I 4.
book might especially distinguished OF 0
and making references the revision from the Revision of 1892. This and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company went to sleep on a river bank .

commissioners adopted the plan of and the Coast Line Canal Company having previously divested himself of
book is large
necessarily a one containing
following each section of the new 4275 sections besides the constitutions and the Coast Line Canal and his boots and placed a email flask of y

book with the section number of the of the state and the United Transportation Company, so that the whiskey in a bootleg, for safety, was

same matter in the Revised Statutes.For Model Land Company and the railroad I horrified to see an alligator swallowing -
States, an appendix of the acts of I
example: following the figures 1905 of a general and permanent nature company can now proceed to drain the boot containing the whiskey. 0 0 OONNNO/NO 1 OO.NON000100lNN 11NN1 .

2250 which indicates that section of the area and make such improvementas This feat the saurian accomplished, j
not contained in the body of the
-. the General Statutes appear in Daren- work, with index to same, and the they desire.Practically and cut such queer capers thereafterthat WANT BIG CROPS THEN USE IDEAL FERTILIZEDOUR

theses the figures ((1773)). This indicates all of the surveys and the fisherman decided he "had
general; index of nearly 300 pages. I
that Section 1773 of the Revised !engineering work have been completed ''em" in earnest, and made a bee line BOOKS WILL TELL YOU I
Those who wish the work in two I
Statutes of 1892 is brought forward and everything is now in readinessfor for home-but not before he witnessed I
volumes can purchase of the secre- "FLORIDA VEGETABLES"-A
in the General Statutes as section the dredges. It was officially a circus performance of the all complete "IRISH rOTATOES"-Book oa
tary of state the unbound volumes for
2250. The words and figures on learned a few day/ ago that the gator, which tried to convince him manual on Florida crops. "Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultivation
$3.50. These they will find in two .
the margin of the page opposite this dredges would .be put to work earlyin that it could stand on its head, and Effect of Fertilizers, Diffin 1\
parts, the constitutions and first, sec
section give the original act from December, and it is now assured was perfectly at home climbing trees. "FLORIDA ORAXGES"-Book of and Shipping"
and and third divisions being in first (
which the section was compiled in the that the work will be well under _way -Atlanta Constitution.Made special Interest to orange grow. "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZlXG"-Of
be bound
part. can separately
revised Statutes of 1892, to-wit: sec by the first of the new year. t ers. special interest to pineapple I
making the cost of the book only
of 3129, Acts of 1879. As Happy for Life. growers.. !
tion 2, chapter abount one dollar more than the price has been stated in these columnsin
:. Every section which is taken from addition to reclaiming Great happiness came into the I : "FLORIDA WBERRlES'"IDEAL FERTILIZERS"-Book !
the state will get for the bound vol. 10,000 acres
home of S. C. Blair, school
. act subsequent to the Revised of land I superin- Booklet on "Soil, Varieties, Cul all of our different brands, )
by ana)1'
{ system dykes tendent at S.
umne, $5.00. drainage\a Moans, W. Va., when ; tivation "
I Statutes of 1892 is so noted on the As this book contains all the laws will be the land his little! daughter was restored from I and Fertilization. ses, prices etc.

margin opposite the section; for example of Florida down to date with copious against a possible overflow. On these the dreadful complaint he names. He I ; New and revised edition of the above just published, free for asking
section 1742 was taken from dykes will be says: "My little daugnter had St. Vitus' -
built a hard surface
quotations of the court'sconstruction .
supreme Dance, whic yielded to no treatment
section 1 of chapter 5124, Acts of of the same it ought to roadway, which will make accessiblethe I but grew steadily worse untilas : WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY

1903. Where no reference is made be in the hands of every man in the new country to be opened up. a last resort we tried Electric Bitters J

on margin of page or by figures in state that he might become acquaint. Thus will West Palm Beach becomethe ; and I rejoice to say, three" bottles JACKSONVILLE FLA.
it indicates that it is a effected a complete cure. Quick i
parentheses ed with the statute laws of his state. center of one of the richest farm- sure cure for nervous complaints gen :......................... ............NN00.OOONN
s, section added by the revisors (adopted The books can be had of Hon. H. ing sections in Florida, or anywhereelse eral debility female weaknesses Im- ...

of course by the legislature of Clay Crawford, secretary of state, and it requires no prophet to fore poverished blood and malaria. Guar- -

r+y 1905). For instance: Section 1421 is Tallahassee at $3.50 for the unboundand tell that it will not be many years be- anteed by Tydings & Co., druggists.m

a section added in this way, and this fore the population of the city will be Price 50 cents. '
for the bound volumnes.
section should be noted by the bar of $5.00 Yours truly, doubled. Good schools, good churches, The negro convention in North Car SOUTH FLOR.IDA) LOAN amI TRiST[ CO:

the it is requiring duplicate the healthiest
state as one J. C, B. KOOXCE, section pure water and olina says that the president has

pleadings. Member of Revision Committee. matchless climate, together with unequaled alienated ten mililons of admirers in OF ARCADIA
r Sometimes we changed the wording advantages of agricultural nature the United States because he disbanded -

.' of a section and in such cases the attention Famous Strike Breakers. I will conspire to make this one the three companies of negro CAPITAL STOCK, 100000000.

of the reader is called by the The most famous strike breakers in of the most beautiful and substantial troops who committed those unprovoked

word "revised" in the margin. An the land are Dr. King's New Life cities in Florida. murders in Brownsville- WITH DIRECTORS OF THE STRONGEST, ABLEST AND MOST CON

example of this section 3633. Some- Pills. When liver and bowels go on The fact that the East Coast railway Texas. But the president was shrewd SERVATIVE FINANCIERS IN SOUTH FLORIDA. ]

,,, times two or more acts are consolidated a strike, they quickly settle the proposes to spend a vast amountof enough not to disband them until Offers to Home Builders long time Payments, and to Investors of hot

this is also noted in the margin trouble, and the purifying work goes money to bring about this result, the day after the election. large and small means an unequaled opportunity for a safe, sound an
right on. Best cure for constipation, He is. the profitable investment that will yield an unusual rate of interest.
as for example section 33S7 being headache and dizziness. 25 cents at and that additional land interests have keenest political blade that has ever -

\ section 2 of chapter 4349 acts of Tydings & Co. Druggists. m been acquired, show the attitude of marched down the pike. W. H. MOORE Special Agent OCALA FLA

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argument. shipments are made in Guinness '
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contents. White
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Per Bot. Per Case i Per Gal. Phosphate Gin, qts. the only WINES. WHISKIES. <

Mongalia Rye . .. ..$ .75 6.50 Cognac . . . ..$3.00 i genuine .. . . 1.50 t Port, .per per gal. . . .U.OO.. Jockey Club XXXX, gaL ..$100 i f
i Old Joe full quarts 1.00 10'50 California Cognac .. .. .: .. 6.00 Phosphate Gin, pints the only Sherry. .. . .. .. 4.00 Jockey Club! XX .. per .. i7S. *

-, Old Joe, full pt . .. .50 11.00 Peach Brandy, North Carolina 2.00 genuine . . . 75 f Maderia . . . ". 4.00 : Jockey Club X .. ?. ?. ?. .. 1.50 .
Old Velvet, full quarts 1.00 10.50 4 Peach Brandy 2 yrs old Mary Phosphate Gin, 1-2 pints, the Per Bot Monglia . -
land . : i . .. 2.50 ..
t Old Vel Velvet full pint .50 11.00 t Peach Brandy Xrn:oid"G'; .gi. 3.00 only genuine . . '40 White Seal, Champagne, qts. .$4.00 Nelson Co.. .. ? . .. ? 3.00
Old Velvet alf pmt."U;.25 15'00 11.50 Peach 4.0C Mobile Buck Gm"f 1 quarts $1.00 : White Seal Champagne, pts. .. 2.00 t Old Velvet . .. .. .. .. ..
Mark Brandy. 5 yrs. old Georgia 5.00 Per G. H. Mumm 3.ro'
i Rogers Case. l. 10.50 : Champagne qts. .. 4.00 Green Ribbon .
: ... 16.00Pickwick Apple Brandy North Carolina 2.00 ? ? ? *" ? f
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Rogers pints .11.00 Champagne pts. 2.00 Diplomatic .. .) .. 0Ii
1 Diplomatic Club. .... . 1.25 1.00 13.00 10.00 : Apple land Brandy. : 2. .yrs.. .old. Mary-. 3.00 f Mobile. Buck Gin, full 1.2 pints 11.50 Laubenheimer Lautenheimer! Rhine Wine, pts. .50 : Pour Aces . . . ... ,..t 5.00 :

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a i ML Vernon, f ts."rtS"1. 5 16'00 : Rock and Rye .. . .. .. 3.00 > t.:y W P[ Hochheimer! Berg.Berg. Rhine! Wine, qt. 2.00 CORN.

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Special correspondence Ocala Banner. Tampa Nov. 28.-No exhibit in Notice is hereby-given' that under the
Our Circuit Court of the Fifth
little village is
on a boom. val county's industrial section at [ and by virtue of a certain final decree Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for
Mr. Wathews Harper has bought _w in chancery entered by the Hon. W. Marion County-In Chancery.
Mrs. N. Smith's house and lot and is state fair has atracted more I S. Buuock, judge of the circuit courtof A. P. Monroe Robert Monroe and N.

BOW improving it. and is building a stant attention or had more Tn(GlilYIOIQWII I. the fifth judicial circuit of Floridaof .McDonald and 1>. J. McEachero. as

barn and stable. He has just returned sally favorable comemnt than ) CURE to* cause the lately state pending r* Florida in, in the a certain circuit copartners doing business under the

,from Gainesville where he purchased SALTSICKIN court of Marion firm name of Munroe, )McDonald
tasty county. Florida
displaying Co., .
vs. M. A. Alexander
a fine horse. He PRiVEHWTST wherein the city of Ocala
is an energetic. Rock Ginger Ale. Hagan's Root Of MANY YtARS S TO tit THE BCST HEO'Cmf' 01 flit was complainant R. G. Alexander, deft'ndantl-Or.
preserving and quiet HAPHET FOR DISEASE IV S10C!*Of AIL KINDS and Chas. W. Torrey and
.,. man; attends to and other beverages manufactured [RESTORES APPETITE AM MAUN! AMKMO IIW WAHOVKjoMUJ others were defendants, on October der for Constructive Service.
,i to his own business; don't meddle TllCHMANi IS NOT A FOOD Bur 1U tl.v..$TOc. MID- It is ordered that
the Red 11 the
Rock Company of Jacksonville. (lilt CIV; IT A TRIAL AND 5AV YOUR AHlMAli 1906 i I: will on the first Monday defendants
'with other people's affairs. We like I PRICE 25 CENTS A PACKACit in December, to-wit: herein named to-wlt: M. A. Alexan
to tave such men move in. fog SALE BY AU,RttA DRUGGISTS KANUFACTUED! 6Y December 3, A. D., 1906, der and U. G. Alexander be and they
Mr. C. D.
1 Mr. Jones preached Boring, the courteous ACKERHAH8: STE between the legal hours of sale, of- are hereby required to appear to the
an excellent resentative of the WARTj fer bill of complaint in this
company for sale, and sell to the highest! I cause on or
sermon Sunday morning; text Pro- whose supervision the exhibit was installed and best bidder for cash before the I I before

: verbs, 23rd Chapter, 31st and 32nd, and who has since had L court house door in Marion county, Monday, the 17th day of Dec. 1906.
I verses. He is not only a good preacher I Rev. Madison C. Peters, a noted Florida, the following described lands, It Is further ordered that a copy of -
charge of It
has been )
kept busy demonstrating
.iM.- ; hut good preacher of New York has given up lying, being and situate In the city this order be published once a week
# man, and
.I ., ;k we hope the and for four
extolling the merits consecutive
of weeks
Ocala county of Marion state- of ID the
; conference will pulpit, rented the Majestic theatre

return him to us another their Florida Ocala Weekly Dinner
sparkling beverages to tne constapt to-wit: a newspaper
year.Last ; throng of people that are continually : and will preach what he calls the South half 'of block bounded south published in said county and state. .

Sunday we had the grandest "broader doctrine of Christianity" to by South Seventh ((7th) street and This second day of November 1906. '
up at their all the without east by Lime street (seal!) S. T. SISTRUNK.
SiI Suuday school entertainment ever people any church re ; Seminary lots,
booth. straints. Ocala Marion county Florida, Clerk Circuit Court. Marion County,
given in
Orange Sgrings. Mrs. Wiley Many of the most prominent visitors : or so much thereof as be suf Florida.

_ _ _. may
z. Massey and :Mrs. Snyder were the to the fair have been The ficlent to realize the taxes, assessments By George Leitner. D. C.
very enthusiastic Apalachicola Times
instigators of it. Too much credit in says Apalachicola penalty, costs of court and I Hocker and Dun I I.
their compliments is growing and will keep on solicitor's fee provided for Complainant's Solicitors. IlSMASTER'S
canot be given them for their strenuous in said
Red Rock after
trying it. growing.If. final decree.
efforts to make it a success. Theyare them were Governor Brow rd, Congressman I r H. U. HAMPTON SALE.

noble Christian women, and if we Sparkman the If railroads 11-2 Special Master in Chancery. -
- \ state fair officials get us into trouble Under and by rlrtue
had of a final decree -
-- more such
women in our com and many others, who accord will a third pull us out? NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. rendered Oct 11, 190, in the
munity what a harmonious little village unstinted and deserved praise forits circuit court Marion county. Florida.

this would be, but alas we have smoothness delicate flavor and Notice is hereby given that under In a cause wherein Taos hi, Wilson

IZE slanderers and gossipers here as else- sparkling clearness. D. J. CARROLLDEALER and by virtue of a certain final decree I Is complainant and Annie Lee Wal!
'bere.'Temiierance". chancery entered by the Hon. W. Wadlaw and her husband are
The manufacturers, who operatethe IN- S.: Bullock Judge of the circuit courtof defendants, the undersigned special
was theme
most sanitary largest and best the fifth judicial circuit of Florida master will on

., the entertainment. Below I will give equipped bottling plant in the south GROCERIES FRUITS VEG. of the state of Florida. In a certain Monday the 3rd day ef Dee. 1906.

4 ,On .you a program. Some of the little pride themselves on the purity and l cause lately pending in the circuit within the legal hours of sale, in

CultiTi.1aeapple children have just moved in from health giving quality of their products ETABLES &c. court of Marion county, Florida front of the court house door In the

orw the country and never faced an audience I's wherein the city of Ocala was complainant city of Ocala sell to the highest bid.

and their
,- I claims are fully warrantedby Has moved to No th Magnolia and Acme Brewing Co., der for cash the following described .
before it is wonderful how these the encomiums passed by those street, near the Seaboard Depot were defendants on October 11, 1906 lands to-wit: An undivided one

little tots recited. They all did well, who are constant users of Red Dock. where he will be pleased to see I will on the first Monday in Decem. half Interest in the north half of
far beyond our expectations. I must ber, 1906 to-wit: southeast quarter northeast
Times-Union. his old patrons; also solicits the quarter .
December 3, A. D., 1908, of southwest -
make particulai mention of Mr. Math- trade of the quarter, and south
public. between the legal hours of sale of. west quarter of southwest of
-Book! ews Harper's t l.'iree little girls Bes Race Horse Named After quarter
Capt. Inglis. fer for sale, and sell to the highest section 17 township IS south range
sie. Eva and Norma also two little Mr. Frank Clarkson and Charles ] GIVE ME A TRIALH. and best bidder for cash, before the 18 east. To satisfy said decree and :

daughters of Mr. Jessie Hall, Ethel, Richardson, two well known citizensof court house door in Marion county, costs.

--- .and Gladys, aged six and seven. Their this city have recently purchaseda THALGOTT I Florida the following described lands w. w. CLYATT
sking; !lying being and situate la the city 11.: Special Master.
--- recitations were recited with so much : splendid racing stallion, which Proprietor of the of Ocala, county of Marion, state of

grace and feeling.; they named John L. Inglis in honorof DUNNELLON BAKERY Florida, to-wit: NOTICE.
Miss Is now prepared to ship Bread, Cakes, All of lot three of S. J. Green's I
,1 Cora Masy recited Woman's a well known Floridian( who is Ad. -
Pies, Etc., on short notice, and guar dition to the city of Ocala Marion 1906 taxes are BOW due.
,1J Fidelity. It was well spoken and with president of the Dunnellon Phosphate antees satisfaction in all 1.
I cases. county Florida or so much Taxes are due and payable oa .
I to much .
iithes.Mfi Give him triaLEducation
company. a thereof as may be suf. the first Monday of November each
1 t I-i Massey spoke as if she The new horse is now in New Orleans nclent to realize the taxes, assessments year.

- m ant every word uttered. "Lips That on the racing circuit and great penalty costs of court andsolicitor's 1. Personal and poll taxes must be

'Touch Liquor Shall Never Touch I results are expected from him. Mr. I I fee provided for In said paid at the same time that real estate
5H final decree. I Is paid on. If the assessments
)Mine" so boys beware, touch not; Clarkson, who is a fine judge of by Ian H. M. HAMPTON the same party. are to

taste not; 'handle not. .horseflesh, says that John L. Inglis Ho bavin*boa feaplorment to get*a ed* 11-2 Special Master in Chancery. 3, If possible come In person to

will make a splendid record this -.tioa. VWIM,onlripftrttinArtLhJMOa, .. $ebr,1 0i0met7.at800k.aepIDg pay your taxes. Paying by mall or

PROGRAM season on the 'eastern tracks, and Orunwz RhetorIc,ScieDceI,HI5or7,1M1De&o., SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. through other parties. II frequently
1'J Song-Rescue the Tk.r..tkli TUg Vr KmlL 'h"cleruidec! unsatisfactory
School. PerishingBythe the owners expect to clean up a nice to tree.p a Addraa aamlBAOoos.,I.fflM,1alatka1a.10 jn.of tuooeea.CkUIofq* Under and by virtue of a final do- 4. When you come to pay your taxes

'J'JiT 1 sum of money in purses. Messrs. : decree entered on the 31st day of October bring a description from your deed

Welcoming Address-Master Har I, Clarkson and Richardson also haveI A. D., 1906 by the Hon. W. 8. or latest tax receipt. of what you wish
Bullock judge of the to
per. another promising horse In Anita circuit court of pay on.
CO&3 Drunkard's Waking Up-Miss G. I Legal Notices. the fifth judicial circuit of Florida 5. Don't wait till last few days of
J .\. Harper. Lady, who is only :2: years old and in and for Marion county in chancery time to pay. then expect the bt service

of bo_ : has won seven races in the eastern Application is being made by pub- sitting, in the suit of L. L. Hopkins either by mall or In person. The
Recitation-Miss Eva and Norma 'j complainant, vs. S. A. Nichols' rush Is then
ad an \ circuit last season. Messrs. Clarkson for tax deed to issue on De and on and delays are una
Harper-Can a Boy Forget His Mother I Isaac N. Nichols, defendants thereto voidable. You must take
1 and Richardson now have quite a 1, 1906, to lands in section your
? lately pending the undersigned as as It comes.
"! string of horses on the turf.-Jacksonville township 15, range 22; section special master therein appointed ic You must hare your property prop. -
FLAj Song-Miss Annie Harper. township 15 23 section 15 execute said
Metropolis. range ; decree, will on erly asse.sed If you wltii to arolj
.*" Where is My Wandering Boy Tot township 15, range 23; section 16, Monday, the third day of Decembs-i 1t I trouble In payment of tau' TH col
?-Bessie Harper Ethel and 16 23 1906. ''t lector
'I Rogers-Fort. range ; section 1, cannot alter the vatoattan or
I 3Ir-idys Hall. Mr. Charles H. Rogers of Lynne, 17, range 23; assessed in in front of the court house door in description of awsnamts totted en

R(1tatwn-:1laster: Maurice Jor I son of Col. R. F. Rogers and Miss I names of T. W. Moore, Henning Ocala, Florida offer for sale and will the tax book
'. and Improvement Co., A. E. sell, during the legal; hours of nale. R L CARNEY.
dan. I Princess Fort were recently unitedin for cash to the highest bidder the HMf Tax feftwter
*. C. J. Hecksina, C. C. Og- ;
< The Blue Ribbon-Master Olin Mas marriage at the home of the I: ] mortgaged premises and property
J. H. Fox
and Parties Unknown.
therein GUARDIAN1
sere bride's parents, at Lake Bryant, Rev. I Mentioned to-wi Lou on*. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT -
lWO and thiee, of block AND FINAL
, one hundredand DISCHARGE.
Song-The Whiskey Shops Must ; B. I. Hull, of Connor, officiating.The .
six, in the
town of Itellevlew
G -Choir.frlea bride is a daughter of County I'I'i per recorded and plat '>f satuQ in the I Notice Is hereby cireo that ea the
4II 1 for Temperance Miss clerk's offlcc I 27th day of December, A. D
Lucy Commissioner N. A. Fort and is a of Marion county, Florida 1909.

Pegram. very charming young woman. Mr. .j I with all the tenements and appurtenances at the court house In Marten eeuuy,
thereunto belonging Florida the under signed as guardian
Song-Father is Drinking Again- Rogers is in the turpentine business much thereof as uay be necessary to for the minors. Katie Mai Meintrre.and .

by Miss Cora and Lois Massey. with his father at Lynne and is a satisfy said decree and costs. lichen Mcintyre wi.. preeeftt ny

Recitation-Miss Etta Harper. splendid and upright young man. T. R BlC.(::&. accounts and vouchers to the Hon.

Nettle's Dream Mrs. J. C. Massey. The Banner extends its congratulations 11.2 Special Master in Chancery. Joseph Dell county judge In and far
Marion county, and make ray foal .
The Lips that Touch Liquor Shall and best wishes to the happy NOTICE. settlement and apply for final discharge -

Never Touch Mine Miss Lois Mas- young couple. Notice is hereby given that the as guardian of the said ml
I Don from the said
*ey. McGehee Lumber Co.. a corporation ceurt
,. Woman's Fidelity-Miss Cora Mas He Didn't Have To. under the laws of Florida will apply Dated June ISth 1t9<<.

sey. I A part of the pewspaper press of tp the lion. Napoleon D. Brow As guardian of Katie A. MelNTYRE.Mat and titles
ard, governor of the state of
Song-God be With You Till We the country is making a great to. do 6h the Florida. McIntyre Minors. 4C4n
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I Meet Again. because the sworn affidavit of Mr. 10th day of December, A. D., 1906 NOTICE.

SIC SEMPER TYRANNIS. Charles U Hughes shows that he I for the following amendment for Ar. I

spent only $618.55 on his recent cam- tide VI of the charter of said corporation In the Circuit Owt to ... Psr Mar
SOUTH LAKE WEIR. which elected him governor of which amendment has been ton OwHrty. Pn>....
adopted by said corporation as required In ae ?FJiUt of A. r*. J.tim.a.
Special>> correspondence Ocala Banenr. the great state of New York. Well '- _-\ : by law.Proposed Nolle* i* tt.*.tr .1vm. that the
The continued dry weather is hard Mr. Hughes didn't have to spend ;'?% amendment. 5th day *f December, A. D. 1901.tb .
under.!***! taifttetmtar .C ft* .
on gardens and cisterns. that much. But, my what were the # dtbr1a) ARTICLE VI. .*Ut* of A. C. J.ssoe. ihr....i wP
Mr. C. A. Miller, owner of the Lake Contributions from oher sources. The The highest! amount of IndfobtPdBt41or priosAt my Seal return.A ........ MIl
I liability to which the corporation I Mttf"he" and sp ', f.'f ",' ..........
Weir Villa. Is erecting a barn. Contractor -
dolalrs poured in like the incoming
can at any time subject itself! stall *ft4inlatorU Peterson has the job and tides of the ocean. Two millions is r be three hundred thousand dollarit.McGEHEE r. X. iowi.' -j

is doing a fine piece of work. conservative estimate. LUMBER CO.. .I..rater .f O.. IfcUU elf 1, fl |
a I. JoIIuoia ......... 6 1 650
Mr, Charles Gates and Mr. Frank What did Hughes have to spend 11-Mt By C. J. McG*ee, Martin 'a. $.. ..MC.NOT'CE. I

. Adams attended the circus in Ocala. any money at all for? PrHldMt. --p j

Boys will be boys. ;. : I .

Our postmaster has been attendingthe .It will pay you to read today's ads. FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK ADMINISTRATOR'S FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE AND DIS OF -

state fair at Tampa this week. CHARGE. Of AIeshpi* ..r'a .... ....
There are a good many reasons BETWEEN I
H .S "'" 0( a..fI" 11M. .... (
Te the Trustees of- the farmers in Lake Butler district Notice Is
hereby given that on tlKt .
Jacksonville and New York} p ........
Ocala Presbyterian Church:- should raise/more sheep. In the first .. 8th day_ of May, A. D., 1907, ,
Gentlemen- tne undersigned win : -
present MS
It Is our earnest wish to donate a place they are more profitable than final accounts and vouchers to Joseph ; N'etfc It hstf* ifrtt tfttf I. T

"! quantity of the L. & M. Paint to your cattle or hogs, for the reason that a Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways. I Bell. county Judge Marion county, HaH pttrtfcaser' ef tax t.iIm ,
.;$ church and every church wherever it certain amount of grain will produceas THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS: IH THE COASTWISE SE27ICE. Florida at his office at Ocala. and : ISC dated Jttty 1. 1941 a4 NIo.42dateIthe3n4daye1JeA..

Is to be painted. many pounds of mutton as poundsof make final settlement and apply for : :\
churches painted with L. & I .
10.000 final discharge as administrator of r
.* 11. beef or pork and mutton usually CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I liES estate of J. Porter Smith, deceased. A.. IWt. has flIed taM .......... In !

Barrows & p' 'k. Montpelier VU sells take it one year with another November 2. 1906. my office and has maSs anfltartun. i j]

writes. "School house-No. 1, painted at practically the same price per FREIGHT SERVICB BETWEEN T. N. SMITH, I for tax deed to issue In ae..r4aaf.
with L & M.. two coats. Used only Jacksonville, Boston and Providence As Administrator
1I : pound as beef or pork. In addition of the Estate of J.
with law. Said
I five gallons oil. Paint cost only 97 1.2 annual of wool and all Eastern Points.CalliJlI' Porter Smith. Deceased. 11-2-flm certtflrate .rae itf
an crop
sheep produce
cents a gallon. the following described pnp L. &: M. Zinc hardens L. & M. that is worth from 15 to 22 cents a U Charleston Both Ways. NOTICE OF APPICATION FOR uated In Marion county Ftertta, to-

White Lead and makes the paint wear pound and if the right breeds are SEX WEEKLY SJLILIXGS. LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S wit: 10 chains north and troth bf t

like. Iron.A. O. .Hunt. Riley Mich., writes, kept, from ten to twelve pounds is Southbound. . t . . . . From LeWis' Wharf Boston. -LAND. chains east and west In north wt

"Painted my residence 15 years ago not an unusual weight of fleece.I .- Northbound. . . . . From foot Catharine St, Jacksonville Notice is hereby given that on the corner of southeast quarter, seeteo

with L. &: M. Looks well now." Sold Butler Star. third day of January. A. D.. 1907 II 23. township U. range 21. also all of

i by Mclver & MacKay, Ocala Fla.It's Clyde St. Johns River Line. will apply to Honorable Joseph Bell. the southwest quarter of sontiieati
We think the coming money cropis county judge in and for Marion conntv -
S S I quarter southwest of
S except
S quarter
I going to be in peaches and we Between Jacksonville and Sanford state of Florida at his office in
S asses time at John phophesy a big success for Messrs. Ocala. in said county for an order southwest quarter of northeast quarter

Stopplnz it ?alatka star Sireiiori EsLasl authorizing mt>, as guardian of the section H. townshIp 12 aeta.
Lewis' Moss Bluff farm and the John M. and W. D. Graham, who are ( : ) ail: 1tcrm1tLaaIs
minor heir of the estate of James M.
21 east
St. Jehai Eirer. range
S flowing from en
sweets are steadily farm
planting an extensive peach Benton. deceased. to sell at private
S between the heavy, rollers of near the city. Both are enterprising S.utb.fl..i. SCHEDULE pC'rtll-Ban" sale the following property belonging The said land being twe4 at .lee

S the compress. Beneath the kettle young men and with pluck and per Red Down Reid up to said estate to-wlt: All of block date of the Issuance of ItHIh ier.

C the fire blazes while the are bound eventually to thirty-four of Caldwell'i Addition to cate in the name of ('. W. \\' 44s aa4
severance ,
the' simmering Lean.. 3 j. p. m. ----__ Jicksoinills .._.._..__.__ Arrive 2.. a. us the city of Ocala Marion county state parties unknown. l'...... sH etf
aroma of syrup find tnem selves on top of the heap. S ...______ .... of
.. 45 f JR. __ Pahtka _._ .. __ Leave 8 n Florida, except lots seven eight,
-- 4p.
I Is carried far upon the breeze 3 .. &. m. _____.____ Astor _.__.______- : 3 3. Pmt nine and ten of Benton's subdivisIon tiflcate shall be redeemed auor4Ie'
-----_ _.St. Francis__-_____.___. sa law deed will .IMUM
> m to tu thf'R'ell
I C S Arrive.. : S 30 a. m. _000_'" ....._.._.....-... Sanford ............_......._ ..._...... j' a. m of said block thirty-four as per I
It M .. lit.\_____...__ ..-_ EnterpriSe..._ __ __ _" ., l. oj .. m the plat of said wib-dlvUlon recorded I j ion the 2fith day of Dtwafctf, A, k.l9OG. .
A married daughter of Mr. and Mrs. In the office of the clerk of the dr. i i -

miles General Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay St, Jacksonville. cult court of Marion county Florida.
T. J. Walters residing a few I I Witness my nB! iftl t4f&atNfe...
Said land belonging to the estate of
south of Ocala died Monday and was the said James M. Benton deceased seal this the rn4 l day of NIf"a"
H. M. 'IRON IONGER. J*.. A s't Oeo'l
PUi. Agent, 122 Wast Bay St., Jacksonville,Pla.
burled from the Catholic church in CUTS,SORES.BU 1,.G.COOPER. J*. Freight AR"eut. 1 F. LOVEU, Superintendent, to be sold for the best Interest of said .\. D. t toe.

this Tuesday afternoon. The remains I Foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville Fla. minor heir (seal 8. T.
city ) BISTftUNK
AC. fl&OERTYGeu'l K fii ,
I ;* JIq. &t. New Y-wV CLYNK MILVB. Gem'I, Kr't.. Aj_ N, Y. This 26 day of November. 190 C.
were buried in Jtagewood cem I THEO G. EGER, V".P. and G. M. MRS. CARIRB K. BENTON Clerk circuit Court MarioaFlomU. Qaunv

etery. For sale by Tydings & Company... I General Offices Pier 36 North River. Branch 2SO Broadway, New ,York. ll-30-5t Guardian. li'M
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z Barrel Above Last Year. ..
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When waterwhite rosin reached $6 ....

some thought it was high beyond all ( -

reason, and were inclined to scoff at' ,
the idea that it would go much higher. -, _.'--TiIIfiII___ ._!llllJRJIIbAI'i'hi..--' JiIIII II.l.11iil" Imb.IlI.. 1..
Today the grade is selling at 0- .
$7.25 per 2S01b. This is $1.03;) higher 1
.' that the top quotation of last sea ..
son, which did not come unti three 1
months later than this. It is also When In Need J
$2.75 higher than the lowest price of
this season, back in June. It is also
$1.75 higher than. the average run of j \ S

quotations for waterwhite during .
July, August and September.
Windowglass and N moved ahead OF i
in company with the top grade, and
are now quoted at $6.75. and $6.25 re-
spectively. *
Are these the top prices for these
Purina Feed Oats
grades for the present naval stores Hay

year? It is hazardous to predict as ..... ,
to what the naval stores market will ... (
ever do, but in view of the fact that

the supplies are inconsequental and E Corn Bran .
there is always some demand for all .
grades it would seem quite within the ....... ,
1) range of probabilities that even bet. .....- !f
ter figures may yet be posted at theboard '

of trade. $7.50 would surpiseno "" Shorts
one for waterwhite now, and even
at $8.00 the trade would doubtless ..... ,
look on philosophically and with 4
c very little of a tremor-that is, the 4
buying and selling trade. Just what S Salt Etc.
the consumers would think and feel [ iSMr
Is another thing.
a ..
Medium grades did not secure
). mnch benefit from the further advances .-
on the pales. Iand, M. rem ln- '
ing unchanged at the close of tne : Send Us Your Orders. [

week, while K had an advance of ..... Ottttv
ten cents to its credit. It would seem --
but natural, though, for these grades --
r .
td be benefitted by the increased demand I (IITHE

them that in view would of naturally the exceedingly come for ..- -' :- .-" .. ., -. -. : .- .-... .. .-. '..-' _. : : .. .: ....: -:: .' '".', ': .- .. .. ,-:::. :; ': -:, ':/:_,- i t

"fancy" prices for their paler sis I--
terse .....
Common grades weakened percep-

tibly in the first stages of the week, III v" .. ... :'. :: ,"'..:..-':: ... .. .': : -- .: ... :. :.:;. ', ... .',. :. .:' .:. : .: ."_ .." -.:' ... ".. ..: .... n., .. ':':' ,. ;_; .,. .. ;"-:'''''' ':'':<''<> '':::''''..;'__., 1a
but recovered their lost ground toward I
the end and showed up at the
close yesterday with but little changeIn i

comparison with the quotations of F

the grades previous about whose Friday.future These doubts are the exist A. BROWN & BRQ. 1

more particularly, there being

,", three months of very heavy receipts n ,....- ;-: ::::-'-. :':::':: _... :. -', -. '.'.'.: ::,:' -::. .. :---', :.;.. "-;.::. :='.: :..:: .: ..: '.: '. ..__':".:':. .1:'.- .', --!\ _':.-...'. '. ;:. :.- :;01"0:'::";..: ; .:;'._.'" ..... I
x ahead for them. Up to this time, &-
however, every weak spell has been I
of brief duration. In the case of paleI
rosins there is nothing to be marketed I.....
z U P

i to consumers; medium grades are I .:..;;, ': '. .. -:. n" :. -.. -.. .._.,,-.:.. :: :.. ;:.... .;.:-..;. ;>J<'. "4'.
apt to be drawn on to fill in the placeof .
.- .1 1(1r
top grades, but with comomns no ......
i1 such conditions prevail and they
must stand for the remainder of the -
naval stores year solely on their own
strength and rise and fall as the supplies -
.' and demand may regulate the
market. It was about this time last REMEMBER
year that the ill-fated Jacksonville
experiment in exporting collapsed and
values went temporarily all to pieces.It .
is impossible according to com- 1

parisons time and of between then.producers From this now and season on the at the trade this attention F S To Send Us Your Orders for Your !

generally will be centered more and'
more on the dark grades. They are nII
the doubtful factor in the naval
3 (
.stores situation. Their future seems Candies

a to ments.hang on the consumptive require- ii i fit

They are the anxious element in

the producers calculations. E L. L. Raisins Cluster Raisings I C
Spirits turpentine followed its usu- i -i
al course this week, down and then ,
up, touching 661-2 cents and then i .$ t moving up to 67 1.4 at the close yes- .
terday, but with no apparent strength !E Eng'lishtValll1lts

S, ;3 at that. Nothing is yet done in futures -- ,
and box cutting is not yet be-

;.; gun. Pecans Almonds Brazil N tFigs 4, K

Rosins firm, receipts 2,047, sales m. ,
. 1,465. Quotations: WW $7.25. WG
$6.75, N $6.25, M $5.50, K $5.10, I $4.401.1015
H $- G 395405. F 3954.00, E; S Dates

r .E $3.95, D 3904.00, C-A $3.85. ,

: 4y"dh
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Postmaster G. C. Crom returns
from Tampa enthusiastic over the fair I
r and still more impressed with the E I lince Meat Pickles i

wonderful impression made by Vice- "
; Presient Fairbanks on the thous --- $
.' h
ands of Florida people who met the '
w ..jlistingueshed citizen or heard his I and Cranberries.
r eloquent speeches on Thursday. S Ir.
t Crom says the brilliant Indianian is r
one .of the most magnetic of men de- C>- -
spit the impression created by the ..fitJ

!;: talk newspapers to the Confederate and cartoonists veterans; that and his '
.5' WEEK I
his reference to gallant Joe Wheeler : :
captured the hearts of the old sol .
diers. Vice-president
Fairbanks was
accompanied by his wife who is noted eE .
Car Texas Red
for her ta : .
state and Florida in a way may be E .
placed in the Fairbanks column in

e' 1908. : : i ; Seed Oats .
The year of 1903 will be long re- : : :
merbered in the home of F. N. Tacket:
of Alliance, Ky., as a year of blood; : .
which owed so copiously from Mr : .
a_ Tacket's lungs that death seemed very .....
near. He writes; "Severe bleeding --
.4 tram the lungs and a frightful cough I.... .
; had brought me at death's door, when
Sri:' I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery ......
for consumption, with the astonishing ...4
result that after taking .
tour bottles I was completely restored I--.
: and as time has proved completely :i
;; cured." Guaranteed for sore lungs,

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