The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00406
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00406
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f : :\ The uniting of two lives in only touch of,color to the wedding ap We have boxes to rent at $5.00 year that
of wedlock has al pointments was the maid-of-honor's
i the sacred bond
I] Stationery : Hii. $ $ ways been the greatest event of in I bouquet and the frocks of the little will hold a big lot of valuable papers, jewelry,

I terest to all classes since God gave Ito flower girls. I etc. Also larger bozes costing a lietle more.
o + + best and loveliest I At the home of the bride's brother-
man his highest,
i. + + I You keep the key. Come and see them
creation-woman-for his helpmeetand in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. W.

At The i companion-his wife, the sweet 'Davis, on South Third street, an in-

I I est bond of life. To all it carries a formal reception was held, only the MUNROE & CHAMBLISS

message of love and devotion and a bridal party and a few intimate ,

: : unity of soul and heart. friends being present.Mr. I I BANKERS.

POSTOFFICEDRUG STORE ;; The marriage of Miss Edith Piatt and Mrs. Hardaker received I
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+ and Mr. Arthur Hardaker at the Bap congratulations and best wishes in 'I -
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.' tist church on Monday evening was; the parlor standing in the bay window -

Is Unsurpassed it a beautiful event, the Rev. Charles which was most attractively ar The Elk's Memorial Service. i
Chauncey Carroll speaking the solemn ranged. ..44.4...444.....4444...... ,
:1 Ocala Lodge No. 851, B. P. O. E.,
words that united their lives for all The entire house was a bower of s
; t eternity. evergreens and flowers. .- held hetir annual session of sorrow at Y

Ne....................... ..................... The church was aglow with lovli- From a prettily decorated table in Grace Episcopal church Sunday nightat Wedding t

.eeeeeeeeeeeeeleeNNeeNe..................... ness. The decorations of white and the reception room punch wasx served 7:30 o'clock. The officers of the

... d. most admirable and in the back parlor were displayed -
were simple yet Presents
.ff green Elks and a large number of the members
MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS What the U. S. Geological SurveyorsSay the entire church being orna a very handsome array of cut i
the church in
f entered a body;
.. Local Editor. of Silver Spring.No mented with palms and Magnolia glass, silver and china wedding pres- 11
and occupied the front seats.
. state in the union has larger or leaves. The chancel was especially] ents. The presents were numerous .

: LOCAL AND PERSONAL. more numerous springs than Florida. lovely in its decorations of bamboo and very handsome and Mrs. Hardaker After the organ voluntary playedby .7'/, 1

i Many of them form good sized streams and potted plants, while placed gracefully will begin housekeeping with everything :Mrs. W. S. Pike, the hymn, "Lead,

Mr. Dart Corley, of Leesburg, was from the start and some of them are about were large vases of big that a young housekeeperneeds. Kindly Light" and the regular evening

. In Ocala on Sunday. navigable. The largest spring }jn the white chrysanthemums. 4 liturgical service, the exerciseswere

.... state and one of the largest and probably A specially prepared musical pro The wedding supper was served in taken in charge by the Elks, Dr. Holiday "
. Mr. L. J. Haisley, a former citizen beautifully rendered by the large dining hall, three tables
the best known in the United gram William Anderson the exalted ruler,
: of Ocala, Is here on a business visit and at nine being used and thirty-two guests being -
States, is Silver Spring which is located Miss M. B. presiding. The impressive memorial
and it Is hoped that his 'stay may be< seated the bride's table Presents
= v six miles east of Ocala. This o'clock the wedding march announcedthe being ritual of the order was then gone .
:. permanent. i spring forms the source of the Ock- coming of the bridal party. The placed in the center. From the chan- through with. The secretary, Mr.:

lawaha river of the St. attendants entered singly up the two delier hung a wedding bell of white
Mr and Mrs. Henry W. Long, of a tributary David S. Williams, called the namesof
. Martel, attended the wedding of Mis; Johns and steamboats traversing the aisles and alternated, first a lady and chrysanthemums and a tall vase of the absent members, who will W hfr4NNNNNN

.. Edith Piatt and Mr. Arthur Hardak river enter the spring basin, which then a gentlemen and lastly came these blossoms were in the center. never again answer to an earthly roll
of several Miss Edith Piatt leaning on the arm Draped from the chandelier to the
has an area acres. The roll. The dead brothers are the following
: er at the Baptist church Monday evrning. -
water is from twenty-five to thirty of her sister and maid-of-honor, Miss center table were streamers of tulle : Augustus J. Priest Samuel

.. feet deep and is wonderfully clear, Mary Piatt. with big feathery bows and on the A. Teague, Sands A. Standley, MaxH. :

.. There is none just as good as Blu appearing absolutely colorless.A The bride was exceedingly happy other two tables the flowers were Newberger, Edward L. McIntosh

. Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Abscluttly station for measuring the flow of and perfectly at ease and her natural bride's and oridesmaid's roses and and Horace K. Kean.

"u pure go twice as far and the< the spring has been established by attractiveness was only enhanced by asparagus fern. The color of green The rector of Grace church, Rev. .e.ee.+...*.

. "Blue Ribbon Flavor" is perfection" the United States Geological sur the exquisitely fashioned wedding and white was seen in all the appoint- Seo. Hendree Harrison, then delivered

.... ask for the twenty-five cent size. vey. A gage has been attached to gown she wore. ,It was a. charming ments of the wedding supper. the memorial address which wasa

... the row boat house at the extreme gown of white messaline over taffeta :Mr. and Mrs. Hardaker left on the gem in every respect.

.. Jno. G. Morris, of Ocala came dow head of the spring the daily readingsare with .a duchesse lace yoke and lace early morning train for a shorttrip Teh seating capacity of the church ,

: Tuesday night on a visit to his friend: taken by Mr. T. W. Pierce, the Bertha and elaborately trimmed white to New York city and returning they eras taxed to the utmost at this service 1,

.. here" In Red Level neighborhood. WPi spring keeper. Current meter meas chiffon. She wore a veil of tulle and will spend a few days with relativesat which was a very solemn and I For ThatEmpty

are pretty sure John has a girl sonei urements are made by the hydro- carried a lovely bouquet of bride's Chattanooga. beautiful one.
.. where In this section.-Crystal Rive graphers of the survey. A measurement roses. :Mrs. Hardaker's going away gown FeelingWhen x xa.

: News. made May 26 190C, when the The maid-of-honor wore a handsome was plum colored broadcloth with a .Our Methodist Church Pipe Organ.. .

station was established, determinedthe white lace gown over taffeta and she silk blouse, hat and gloves to match. Bro. L. W. Moore, pastor, writes:

Mr John Gordon Law, of Savon discharge: to be five hundred and carried pink bridesmaid's roses. Afer the first of January Mr. and Mrs. Our pipe organ, too previously reported you have that empty

$ nah, spent Monday in Ocala, haYing fifty-four cubic feet per second. At the altar Mr. Hardaker and his Hardaker will be at home at Martel, I was installed last week, and immediate feeling" a call relief on us will give f

come to be present at the wedding oMies best man, Mr. George R. McKean: ,, where Hr. Hardaker is the popular dedicated last Sunday. It was builtto
Edith Piatt and Mr. Arthui The editors who were at Tampa will advanced to meet the bride and the young manager of the :Martel Lum- fit the organ loft and in its fitness We Call Your Attention to

.. Hardaker. Mr. Law has many friend: rise up as one man and express their marriage vows were said while stand- ber company at that place. He has and color scheme it is a thing of Tip Top Coffee..................255
Blue Label Coffee....... . 25
wash matter-of thanks to General Albert Gilchrist of white nished the erection of and to our people. It :
in Orala and it regre ing under a wedding bell just a very beauty a joy No, 2 Mackerel per kit. .11-53
: that his visit was such a brief one splendid pineapples which were received chrysanthemums and during the prayer cozy cottage and they will at has CS9 speaking tubes. Strained Honey.l gal cans$1-25

r with his compliments. If the the bride and groom knelt on once begin housekeeping."And We need no better for our church. Dr. Price's Wheat Celery..lCc .

: We hope that no one will oppos general was sure of making as muchof white satin pillows. The bride was We are pleased with the splendid 7 Bars Lenox Soap. .........25:

the drainage scheme of the Florid a success in running the ship of given away by her mother Mrs. Wm. now fairly launched on the workmanship of the Barckoff organ r a

East Coast railway. It is entering up.on state as he is in raising pines he Piatt, of Kentucky. river of life builders. We have had no protracted Dutch Herring, 'Mackerel,

=: a scheme to drain 10,000 acres; would be elected unanimously. Zolfo After the ceremony the bridal party' You take up the oars as husband and] services, this year, but our regular services Cod Fish Dried Herring

__ ,imt what is 10,000 acres compared with Advertiser. left the church in couples, the two wife; \ have been fruitful. But for so I French Sardines Etc.,

-4 KKMXK) acres? And if 10,000 acreS little neices of the bade, Elizabeth But ever remember whatever you do, many removals we would have reported ,
. it going to be of vast benefit to the Said Governor Broward to the commissioners and Menie Davis, wearing pretty lit That the seat of the oarsman was an increase at the next conference.

:: state how much more so would have of agriculture in Jacksonville tle frocks of pink and green and scat- builded for two. The church has been active all the

__ been 7,000,000 acres? on Monday: "In the extreme, tering flowers in the pathway of 'ear. Every claim will be paid in 0. H. GROCERY
of Florida few ba
-- portions the bride and groom going first. They Thus seated together, as you pull' full.-Florida Methodist Advocate. ,
.. Sellards, professor of get nana and palm leaves are sufficientfor Clark Bros.,
. Dr. E. H. were followed by the bride and groom; down the stream, -
-- logy in the Sate University of FlorIda a full ,dress costume." The commissioners then came Mr. McKean with Miss Be careful, keep stroke, or life is no Death,of Mrs. Stilwell North of City Market.
the'work will please note that Pensa The death of Mrs. Charles Stilwell
report on
is preparing a Piatt; Mr. D. W. Davis with Mrs. C. dream;
___ he did for the United States Geological cola is in west Florida.Pensacola V. Miller, the matron-of-honor; Mr. Perplexities come, and will come to I took place at Silver Springs on Wednesday -
_ during his recent summer Journal. evening, Nov. 28, at 9 o'clock
survey C. V. Miller with Miss Alice Bullock; you,
vacation. His special subject of inmtlgatien with But half felt when divided after an illness of only a few days.
:: General Gilchrist "handed us out;" Dr. T. K. Slaughter, of Levon, are only
the wife of Mr.
.. was sewarage disposal Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk; :Mr. A. M. Good. by two. Mrs. Stilwell was
at the state fair last week, a pineapple of the Will
through deep borings. His report wil weighing six pounds. All the newspaper win, of Martel, with Mrs. C. C. Car- Stilwell who is the manager

.. contain some interesting and. valuable remembered by the roll; Mr. J. J. Gerig with Miss Hattie At last, when you've reached the big Rentz Lumber mill and she has
: information. men from DeSoto."-Lake City Dye; Mr. E. T. Helvenston with Mrs.J. bright, shining shores, been making her home at the Springsfor
"gentleman You !IIIF !
about and was a most estimable Pay
a year
J. Gerig and Dr. Dozier Leitner Having entered the harbor and unshipped -
Saturday December 8, Index. woman. Besides her husband
Beginning ,
__ with Miss Esther Weathers. your oars; *
__ there will be weekly sales of homemade C. W. Driver, of Citra, was among The matrons and bridesmaids all May you hear the glad welcome of she leaves a grown daughter and two
... cake at A. E. Burnett's store : sons, who have the sympathy of
of white and 'Faithfully done
He is ;
the out-of-town visitors Friday wore exquisite gowns You hare any Real EataU
:' from 9:30 until 12 p'clock. The money; a brother-in-law of Rev. W. J. Car carried white chrysanthemums and Enter into thy joys, you two who are their friends in their bereavement.The to sell
U.ertve.1 from these sales is to assist body of Mrs. Stilwell was sento ,
.. pcnter.-Tampa Tribune. were indeed a charming group. one.
__ paying off the small debt which] : her old home at Brunswick, Ga., ORE

J*. ts upon Grace church. Special or The negroes since the disbandment THE THANKSGIVING BALL. I sic was furnished by an orchestra for burial.

:: era for cake may be left with Mrs of the negro battalion have threatened I composed of Messrs. W. S. Pike Wat You'r thinking of comi&g
[ Florida for home
I A Big Bear Killed. a
C. F. Dittmer, chairman of the committee. to boycott the army. A boycott is The social event of Thanksgiving terson Tucker, Frank Mathews and
On Thanksgiving Day Mr. Perkins,
-.r ; is better than a disgrace. evening in Ocala was the domino Ben Borden and the dancing was continued -
}f Connor went hunting in the big
-4t 1 until twelve o'clock.
mask ball, which was given by the sthe Ocklawaha river,
the de fcrub acros
i nay Hunt, having given up 000 0 0 000 000 Among the spectators present were \ You desire to invest in any
i livery of the Times-Union in Ocala, 0" young society men in compliment to the following: :Mr. and Mrs. S. A During the day he succeeded in which killing : IF[ kind of Florida property,
.... : Mii A. W. Bridges has made arrange O. .0 their young lady friends. The ball Rawls, Mrs. Maloney Mrs.C. W. Hun an immense black ,

-III merit for the handling and deliver O. .0 was given at Yonge's hall and was ter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mathews cveight-d: over five hundred pounds. TO SEE

::: of the "great and good" to its patrons, 0" 'Dr. D. M. BONEY. 0 largely attended. It was an innova Mrs. J. H. Mathews, Mrs. D. G. Edwards The nnimal was a splendid ppeciuin. OR WRITE
delivery Specialist. *,0 Mr. D W. Ttompklns has purchased
... ,ere and guarantees prompt 0' Eyesight tion and one in which the young people Mrs. Kate Taylor, Mrs. Jesse
I'- lie wants parties to report promptly joined with the spirit of good Hay raft, Mrs. Frank Miller, Mrs. R the skia of this magnificent bear
... o Mm of the non-delivery of the pa cheer and merriment.Men R. Carroll, Miss McCreery, the Misses which will bo tanned for him Vr "fT. J.L H.LIVINGS10N&SONS I G ij ijICUA.
U. to devote t a L. Smoak std in a short white Sb
rer. Mr. Bridges expects : always hesitate about donninga Walters, Dr. and Mrs. H. C. dozier
to the news, Bruin will grace the floor of (r.Tompkins' FL08IDA.
:: good deal of his attention mask and it took many of them till and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark.
-4 ..iness and besides the Times-Und8 the last minute Thursday afternoon to Those dancing were the following:: .home on North Main -

- Ion will keep many other newspapers. i make up their minds that the disguisewas :Misses Esther-Weathers, Meta Jew street

- and' periodicals. necessary. However, they all ett, Emily Ford, Ethel Robinson, 'Va- To' the Trustees of- SEED BEANS
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.... arn<. masked and some of the disguises leta Potter Sara Harris Louise Har, Ocala Presbyterian Church:- iVaz and <.'. 'PM Vatiirtbl __ .
A newspaper is in no sense a chile Gentlemen .,- .. W
__ I were Yf'n- clever. ris, Eloise Miller Grace Hatchell, *- .
tf It earns twice over ev It is our earnest wish to denote a
-41 ladies all dominoesof Liddon, Annie :Mathews, Sue '
The wore Caro
young Paint to Herbert C norrill
& M.
dollar it receives, and it Is second ., quantity of the L. your
-4.err. different colors and designs and Anderson, Thurber Gore, Alice Bullock church and every church "wherever Uis
in contributing Cedar Stdr 1dMit..
to. no enterprise were so well masked that {it was almost Louise Scott, Edna Dozier Pauline ., to be painted.
of a community,. O. make a specialty of 0 with L. & -
to the upbuilding churches painted
their iden- Sullivan Messrs. J. H. Mathews,, 10,000
b. correcting eyes where oth0 impossible to guess 14 SfectM Vaketfcttt.l. .... Pod
__ : Its patrpns reap far more 0" ers fail. 0 1 J. H. Taylor, W. D. Taylor, J. H )I.Barrows & Peck Montpelier Vt. $ PrteM..** MIlitftet. tit..f ,..

-III from its pages than its publishers,, 0 Satisfaction guaranteed' 0 tity.The dance was begun at nine Workman, O. B. Howse Emmett!, writes "School house No. 1, painted AH s4i offlfti M* lit

and in calling for ,the support of the I O. or money refunded. 0 o'clock by a march led by Mr. JohnH. Robinson Harvey Clarke, Stephen i with L & ){.. two coats. Used only crop IttXLCrawling
community in which it is published,' five gallons oil Paint cost only 97 1-2
.0 A. J,
-4 0. ---- Mathews,of Candler. There were Jewett and Sanford Jewett,
it asks for no more than in all fair PARLORS 0 cents a gallon.. Off th e Bifid' Wa,,,,,
_ 0' OPTICAL Dane
twenty couples.dancIng and the even- McLaughlin of Fairfield,Harry ] & M. Zinc hardens L. &: M.
. belongs to it, though generally 0I Le Lakeland Bun, el <*fcNfc Ho*.
-- ness O. 2 and 4 Gary Building. ing was one\ of pleasurable interest. of Candler Ralph Robinson, John Pe White Lead and makes the paint wear The
it receives less. Patronize and help I 0 Ocala Florida.ooooooooo. 0 ark TrammHL preiUcnt .f tto
:: Four numbers were danced and the lot, C. H. Lloyd, of Holder, J. D, like iron.
-.tI/I, your paper as you would any other] O. .0 unmasking took place after which a Marsh Robert Mathews, Howard and l A. 0. Hunt, Riley, Mich., writes rtaie senate, It ttitter. fcsitiM 0...
. enterprise, because it helps you, anc 10. .0 I Palmer anc t "Painted my residence 15 year ago, toward to "COM* 4tsJi* e "-U*.
Gainesville! O. .0 I program dance of ten numbers and Harry Walters Harry with L. & M. Looks well now." SolJ
act of charity.- *
not as a o 0 I several extras were danced. The mu- R. T. Birdsey, of Macon. by Mclver & MacKay, Ocala F1a.j Ity ID4u.i.i .


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1itT4 ...................... Discussing! conditional par-i pus. While the license C tax imposed I ,

the supreme court says: in dealers in liquors is larger than
: "There is imdoubtful wisdom in the that imposed upon other dealers, the .

rrii.s A WOMAN'S of connferring upon responsi a' n.e discrimination is made in the

i. officers the power to grant acldi. st?te revenue law and is not unusual.

.,4444....4..4.. .... JIlal pardons by which persons con The order remanding the petitioner, The leading Mercantile!! House in Ocala,

I of clime may be encouraged I at hman, to custody, was affirmed.
J- Beautiful and Impressive
: : pormpted to again become useful LachL an was represented in the supreme -

: eral of an Aged Citizen- ,. Sbouid the opportunity there- court by Peter 0. Knight, In our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department we have l btu 1 MMK than ordii

y i preme Court Makes offered a convict to reform be not Lunstrrd and Dickinson and :Mac- busy all this season, for the simple reason that our offerings! appeal 10 tip Udi.

ant Ruling as to : and the restraining and farhne! and MacKay. The chief of aste and an inclination towards economy

i al Pardons-The Tampa : Y conditions of the pardon be police by E. R. Gunby, city attorney

I r t key Cases. at any time during the con of Tampa and William Hunter. Ladies Ready to Wear Tailored Suits in Broadcloth, Io"a

: life or during the time fixes

< ; ,: :...... .............. the panlon for their observance, COW FOR SALE-Fine milker with Weaves and Silks. Prices range from $13.50 to 2 i..00.'RAIN .
young calf. E. C. Smith. 11-28
becomes void and there la
; t : (By Miss Jefferson Bell) pardon ;

1. 'r ...................... punishment for the lapse of con COATS and CLOAK
/ and protection to society in ch* M. C. Dosh, A. A. Winer, Practical : _
I \ Special to the Ocala Banner: Painters. I

l j J t Tallahassee, Nor. 29.- of the power given by li\\ We are practical paint makers. 5S-incll Cravcnette Coats iu grey, black and tan at . ....00. 8.50, 10.0i and !53 ,.,
enforce the unsatisfied portion o f 50-in. Broadcloth Coats in mack and tan for dress occasions $10.0., <
We have made the L. & M. Paint grey, 1LUU,1&1s1, *f..u0 :

ing was saddened at the original sentence. by machinery for the period of one- Plaid Auto Long Coats, latest effects, for . . . . . . . . "' .5u to It; :

1 < the death of one of its "The cefendant in error acepted tho third Our of a century. A Big Selection of Children's Long Coats, ages 1 to 16 yrs, price range f relit 11.-V. toft.**

i ; nost prominent citizens, Judge pardon, thereby securing machinery produces 10,000 gallons
1 of L. & M. paint better and in less
Ej J i and Whitfield, father of release from imprisonment, and time, than 100 gallons can be made Silk Waists in Mesaline, Tafletta and I-Inbuti{

. B. Whitfield, of the supreme is tonne by its legal condition by hand mixing. Elaborately trimmed and well tailored, frotn:|3.OO to 7.0ft
limit aliens. The provisions o f We use thousnads of tons of paint
.: who died suddenly Wednesday material where a painter uses 100
pardcn: are in effect that if at any pounds.We DRESS GOODSWe
I ing from an attack of
his life the defendant in
during give your customer the best

11 I' .; 1 'the heart. shall: fail to observe its con i. job in the world with L. & M. because
the L. & M. Zinc hardens the L. & make special mention of the RHEINAUER'S BLACK HIGH FOREIGN BROADCLOTH .
{; Judge \vhitfleld was a North the pardon: shall be null :l.n.j -
M. White Lead and makes L. & M. following ceteorntfl SILKS' LUSTRE TAFFETA SILK manufactured Grade cWffon
and he shall be arrested to serve flashed, emtfity .
linean by birth but came to Paint wear like iron for 10 to 15 exclusively for us by C. J. Don.
i the remainder! of his sentence o f 58 'fn'the
years. t wide, l In b4*+k: a4
man and settled a
a young net & Cle., Lyons, France; 36 Inches
j, that he has not already Actual cost L. & M. about $1.20 per
} plantation near Tallahassee. gallon. THE MAXIINE-at 89 cents; every wide, at. . . . . .$1.43 the leading shade fir 4fN< we
suffered served. The vio
'. 1 ; longed to an aristocratic at any time or of the conditions o r- Sold by basher & MacKay, Ocala, yard guaranteed; in all the leadin' per yard . ", . . .
1 was a man of considerable Fla. 2B shades.

I 1 those days. After the war be pardon renders it by its terms SPECIAL-

; f tinued'the life of a planter for a and void and the status of the de Vote on Bill to Enlarge Powers of Yard-wide Taffeta It. .75c and 98c EOLIENNE de LUXE -U
, .. in is though he had MONEYBAK TAFFETA Your
error as -
! ber of year, but the .changed Railway Commission.At CHIFFON PANAMA- Black, grey

! tions finally made it received the conditional pardon the meeting of the board of money back if not satisfactory;-36 and all the other popular shades, rang wide, In all the pefwttc t*<

: him to abandon planting and he when the conditions of a pardon trade held in this city Friday afternoon inches wide; standard price, .. .$1.50 Ing In price from 50 cents to.$1.25 shades; special, value at . ..
, violated, a portion of the quan
ed into Tallahassee where he great interest was manifestedin
; of imprisonment fixed by the sen: ;
since lived. He was elected the vote on the bill enlarging the
has not been suffered or ser
ten years ago and held the powers of the railway commissionand

til his death: Judge Whitfield tie: Iarty should be returned to this paper was requested to pubjfph Clothing Department Shoe Department
the remainder of his time of
greatly loved in Tallahassee. I same.v

a man of fine character, high I as stipulated in the Mr. M. Strauss took the trouble to STYLISH WINTER CLOTHES FOR .
of the pardon, and, besides HIGH CUT SHOES AT LOW CUT
and devotion to his MEN AND BOYS.
unswerving i
A: procure the same and it is printed
the pardon, by breach of its 'con.
or, courtly and her w *h: PRICES.
is rendeted in law void SUITS!
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his. manner. He leaves to his To be found on 1S9S of House
Expert cutting and careful hand work
the sentence of has
and his family the sacred imprisonment ,Journal, Session of 190:>. insure correct models that retain We maintain our reputation In this
been fully executed, the law im their line and take special pride in tfce. values
a life without blame or guile. House Bill No :S99.: shape to the end.
we offer.Men's ,
s the obligation to complete the
A bill to be entitled an act to en-
In St. John's Episcopal of imprisonment fixed in the Suits in the latest fabrics at
large the powers of the railroad com- $7.00' $10.00 $15.00 MERRIAM Shoes are considered i
where the light is mellowed as it .' of conviction and sentence the best wearers for the little folks
ss mission of the state of Florida.
through the stained glass punishment. The pardon may, as Was taken and read a third timein Youths' Suits at $5.00, $7.50, $12.00 at . . . . .$1.00 to $LS 0 !

the impressive funeral service of its restrictions but when the and $14.00Boys'
full and put upon its WICHERT
passage. &
. held. A tottering, grizzled <1ititD'! are violated, the pardon be- GARDINER Lakes'Shoes
Upon call of the roll of the house are the highest grade of
Two Piece Suits, 3 to 17
Ccnfederate Veterans attended void in law and the is ages ,
r party
v ish .
footwear. . .
Biil No 399 the vote was: Prices ranging from $1.50 to $7.50 to $4Jfl
r body of their dead comrade, to the unsatisfied portion of (
Yeas,:-Messrs. Avery, Baker, Blan-
them one who wore the blue sentence a sthough no pardon OVERCOATS SWEATERS CROSSETT AND BANISTER shots (
ton, of Taylor; Bryan, Cornwal, Craw- for
men are the acme of theemakiM,
with bowed Lead. been granted.
ford, Fillingim, Jewell, Kilgore, Kirkland .i For Men, Youths and Boys. $3.50 t o $0.00
The casket vas covered with court therefore enter-
supreme Knight, Legett, McElroy, 'Pea-
t tiful flowers teat spoke its judgment that the judgment of t
den, Pirrong,
Roberts Rosebrough,
love for the dead. The choir circuit court releasing Horne e
: Sistrunk, Taylor, of Hillsborough;
"sleep ia Jesus," and "Nearer the order for his arrest
the'F" holding Tillman, Wall, Wells... Wilson, of Her- In our Domestic Department we offer a thousand yards short lengths of
Home and after the prayer a by direction of the board of Outing

z "De Profundus," and as the dons, be revised, costs to be taxed nando-23.Nays:-Mr. Speaker Messrs. Brad- I 40, regular price 8c; Yard wide Sheeting 50; best Calico. 5c, best Plaids in the marketRheinauer's % r

was orne from the church, t Mr. Home, and directing that
shaw, Buckman, Campbell; Carleton, p
i Kindly Light. The body was (;:cuit court "do make inquiry
Dorman, Dupont Duval, Floyd, Gir- Popular Dry Goods House L
Y' in the family lot in St. Johns the truth of the alleged viola-
ardeau'Hall Johnson
Herndon, Mc-
; tery where sleep so many of by the defendant in error of the
Callum, Oven, Paul, Robinson, Sledge,
distingueshed men and women. of his pardon in the man-
Smith, of Hamilton, Smith, of Volu-
Surely -when one comes tq herein pointed out, and if such al- w
sia, Sparkman, Sprague, Taylor, of i
is a glorious thing to have said violation, of the condition of Y
Gadsden, Williams, Wilson, of Jack ,
i the emphasis of truth, "He was a pardon shall be therein estab- 8
son, Wilson, of Lee26.The .
man." There can be no greater ,ed to his satisfaction, that the :

To live so that death has no in error be remanded to Nymph of Caloosa Thos. H.

x the grave no victory.So and that the remainder cf ? Keating l'r
This fall Governor Broward of ,
when at last the Angel of oiiginal sentence imposed upon
: Florida with a party composed of legislators -
: darker drink Oh.
but not suffered, shall be fully
and newspaper men took
-f Of darkness finds you by the 'C'.itcr trip through the Everglades of Florida -
brink of the conditions of such pardon &
to find, if possible, some remedyfor
And, proffering his invites Company
cup ; not be violated he shall be dis-
the inundation that has ruined t
Soul from further custody; and
the prospects of the farmers and fruit
Forth to your lips to quaff it-do further ordered that the state at-
and vegetable growers in the fair Ca-
shrink. p for the second judicial circuit SUCCESSORS -
loosa valley. As they were making CO.,
bo notified by the judge of the '
Important Court Decisions. their way along the Caloosahatcheeriver .
circuit court of the time and
The supreme court of Florida they were surprised to see standing ,
when and where he will hear
Tuesday's; session disposed of on the wild, densely wooded bank, WHOLESALE! LIQUOR DEALERS
deter mine the matter, and that he
; +
; very i-i'portant cases, involving a slender girl dressed in red, who
be given an opportunity to
> cipales cf law of much interest, pro- waived them a gracious salute. No B
) witnesses to establish, if he can, fly
which, have been widely one knew who she was, nor could
truth of the alleged violation of
In the case of the state of they gain any information concerning I' Ocala Florida. riito
conditions of the pardon, and that I ;
plaintiff in error, vs. Peter the "Goddess of the Everglades, as
defendant in error be accorded ..
defendant in error from she was spoken of by the governor. .. -
liko privilege of producoing wit- iYE .
i county the court denned the When the newspaper scribes returned WHISKEY. CASE os
e Per .Gallon. Special 4 Quart
of condmaonal pardons granted to their sanctums and wrote the
opinion was rendered per cu- up Star Rye. . . . .I.| .$1.50 Qt. Bottl 1
the board of pardons. had much .
Everglade trip they
state all the judges concurring. :Mr. say Red Rock Rye . . . 1.75; Offers Belle Ilk .| ;SKIM ...

r This case has attracted wide was represented by Attorneys about the "mysterious girl in red." Keystone . .. . :!.Ol) of K.s* Nkf 73 Mebni

tion in middle Florida owing to C. Hodges of Tallahassee, and The mystery was presently! solved. Belle Isle . .. . . :.SO FOR $2.90We Uncle JOlt far .

prominence and popularity of : The nymph of the Caloosa proved to Log Cabin . . . . :3.00: Strauss Royal 1mm l.M trk
L Clarke, of Monticello the state
i 1 Horne. In April 1898, Mr. Horne be none other than our June Rose, Keating's PrideMonogram . .. . :.01) wiil send express Old MarylMtf alp 1.00

; _, convicted in the circuit court Attorney General Ellis. whose poems have pleased the house- . '" . .. 3.50 prepaid 4 full quarts Old Harvest o.a 1... *

' Uncle Joe . .. . Pilgrimage lJ1 sec
,f Gadsden county of the offense of hold and whose pictures with the Go- . 3.50

,s sault with intent to commit Tampa Liquor Case. diva wealth of hair was much admired. t PilgrimageFern . . . 4.00 STRAUSSIXLfOR Cascade upWhite A

committed upon Harry L. very important decision The overflow was disastrous to I Hill . . . 5.00 Oak 1JI ani

' Strauss 7C . . . 5.00 Fees Hill ... i. .
then Tuesday in the
a conductor upon the was case her father's fruit orchards and vegetable ff
Strauss 71 1.54
Air Line railway. On April 22, Lachman, plaintiff in error, vs. farm and since the inundation a
Tennessee Corn . . .[ .$1.30; will send Oir afar tVppsjr <... to bond 1M )!
7 he vas sentenced to five years Walker, as Chief of Police, they have suffered from illness, butwe North Carolina .' expre Plaaters 1M
Corn ., 1.j;) prepaid 4 full quarts of . of'
prisonment from the date of of Tampa, defendant in error, a hope soon to have the bespoken Statesville Corn . .1 ..00I Black tAd Watt levee* Lit thefftri
t (
t : January 5, 1901, he was granted a corpus proceeding originating sketches of the Everglades from her I Mountain Corn . . ... ...50 STRAUSS 1ft. retsoo .. ". .. .. .. . 1.71 ,!

ditional paidon by the state Hillsborough county. pen. Her latest song, "Sweet Daffy Old Harvest Corn . j. :3.00 ROYAL I
phrdons. decision was by Judge Cock- dIl3," has received such praise for GIN. ;I ON.1md0S .
R. : On July IS, 1906, five and a and decided that, by virtue of a the rippling sweetness.-M. E. B. in Swan Gin . . {j.4 .$1.50 RESERVEFOR ftr Qt. I tt1t. In'tr

years afterwards, and long after provision in the city charter Sunny South. Tom Gin . . .j. 1.75 BIlk .. II .. . .. .ft ;'

Holland Gin . .. j. 2.00 $3.50We Tom Ola MlHollaadOea jt." '
date when the original sentence power is in the city coun-
Crown Gin . . LM i
of to fix The Stetson-Forbes-Mathes slander ? t. ? will send 4 full
to the board by ordinance
gan run pardoning a Perfection PhospMsd. Ohl . 1. .,
Gin .. I. 3.00 quarts ofOLD .1 .
yoked the conditional pardon tax upon dealers in liquors suits have been'settled out of court. RUM. r( Booth Tosi as 1.51) ,

in 1901, upon representations the municipal limits; and also The stipulations have been kept pri New England Rum . > .$2.50:; HARVEST 1lh....

it that Mr. Horne had violated .. that a municipal license tax of vate. The credit is said to be due Jamaica Rum . . ,. ,. 3.00 CORNThe MALT WH"KCY.

-- conditions of the pardon. He was upon liquor dealers, in addition to Dr. Hulley, president of the Stet- Brandy. Dev Qt. Bottfe fuMt

;; dered to be arrested by any and county license taxes, is son University It is a very happy Blackberry Brandy . .$1.50 best goods to be D..y. 1*! tr. Malt .. .. .'L04 -
f. had for Bow...'. .. . .. .. . 1.00 ia 'I
circumstance that the Apple Brandy .. . the man. .
the state, and was arrested by unreasonable, oppressive, prohIb- formal troubleis .. 3.00 L.',

sheriff ot Leon county and or discriminative. over and that the school will be Peach Brandy . .. ; .. 3.00 SWEET ..8M.

in Talalhassee awaiting his ;opinion recites that without no more hampered by the rancor California Cognac . > .. 3.00 1 FOR $6.00 Per 1.1.: a\i 1

serve the remainder of his five ] ecial charter the city would have which arose from the difficulties be- WINE. I "
Peach +'
and HMMT ,I "
We will m
Catawaba Wine . send express
sentence. !. under the general revenue law tween Stetson and Forbes.TampaNews. i ?$1.50 PtIHIa aM J- p .*..M M ft Port Wine . . ;j. .. 1.50 prepaid full quarts of vy jpwBitw *
Th3 questioi:: : was raised on state to charge as a license tax Rock aad Ry. "*" gM* .. . 1.30
Blackberry Wine . .
of Mr. Home'as, to whether the sum of $i5O. The state tax: is t. .. 1.50 STRAUSS Rock and lit,* "M S.... .oO .
Sherry Wine . .. .. ..1.50 I:
of pardons had power to revoke and the county tax in an incor- Is Offered to Imported Port Wine .? .. ..4.00 FAMOUS Orange Hmady . .. . ".tt) : I
conditional pardon at a time town, The court says: : HELP ; Banana BraadrApricot . . :i IHI
Imported Sherry Wine .. j. 4.00 76" I .f
Worthy RYE
Young PeopleWe
-r quent to the expiration of five may well be that the city of Brandy . . :' tit :t

-the term of the sentence-from with its large foreign popula- earnestly request all young .

date when the original sentence" and its sudden growth, require persons, no matter how limited their fYJ1

' of begun. =er tax not only for policing but means or education, who desire a

Judge Ma'one, in the circuit for revenue, a complication and thorough business training and good Thos. H. Keating & Go
; position, to write at once for our
f decided thatthe board of pardons primarily vested in the great half rate offer. Success inde-

;, no such power. The supreme .c council and not lightly to be In- pendence and probable fortune guar

s -' r now reverses Judge Malone's .] with by the courts tin the anteed. Don't delay-write today. OCALA FLORIDA.
I : ,; :and establishes. such _power in proceedings of habeas cor- Oo.-Ala. Bus.ColIege MaconGa., I I r

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t C. L. RAILWAY. ,
Board of Trade Holds Enthusiastic
Meeting- Eminent Legal Coun-

sel Will be Employed.At RU NA ]

a special sesion of the board of
. trade Friday afternoon quite a large

1 number of Ocala's most prominent IN RELIEVING ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES.

Powder business men were present and: a

good deal of interest was manifestedby ... .' ':-ri ;-' . .

all. .... .
i t.. .
Among those present were the following .

: .
Ih Absolutely :::::::::<=?:

ai, Messrs. McConathy, O. T. Green, ......,,,:.,:....:....:..:......,..,
. Arthur Hardaker, of Martel; E. C.
..Nes 1' {... s
Mceod, of Kendrick; George Dittmer,

11', of Holder; T. C. Hall, R. S. Hall, D.

E. Mclver. George MacKay, R. L. '

00J: DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF Anderson, S. A. Rawls, Jake Brown, t t V< '

J. J. Gerig, Z. C. Chambliss, A. S. Anderson .>.
Charles Rheinauer, Maurice

.4 Strauss, D. S. Woodrow, W. O. Mas-

tgI does not contain an atom of sey, A. J. JLeavengood, M.Fishel,J. W. ? Y

'1c" phosphatic acid (which is the Pearson, J. Moorhead: ,, C. E. Tay {.

:. ', lor E. E. McUn, Thomas Sexton, G. '
r product of bones digested in sulphuric .
1 C. Crom, Emmett Robinson, E. P.

4 acid) or of alum (which is Thagard, W. A. Knight, J. M. Meffert,

one-third sulphuric acid) substances C. E. Cullins, E. C. Smith, E. Van

Hood, Walter, Hood, W. J. Ritchie, L.
adopted for other baking
pow- J. Brumby, T. T. Munroe and Frank
. ders because of their cheapness Harris.

President Munroe stated that the

regular order of business would be

t'- ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. suspended and that the board wouldat fh I

once proceed to discuss tie business -
I for which the meeting was call


Local Editor. who for many years was a regular In the absence of the, secretary, Mr. HOSPITALS OVER TII} CONTINENT FIND PE.RU-VALUABLE IYTBE'I'IJGlLLC.1T.1RRU.1LDISElSES.

winter visitor to Ocala, will arrive in L. J. Brumby was requested to act in
of t he respiratory organs Montreal. Nov. 'I. /9OJ. f'fore the treatment I could not
LOCAL AND PERSONAL. the city in a days. This will capacity.The CATARRH
ailment in Canada'for We found Peruna relief in several walk for a quarter of an hour without
be her fiat visit to Ocala in several first speaker was Mr. A. Har
at. least two-third s of the year. cases. experiencing much fatigue. Now I can
Judge F. J. Titcomb, a prominent years. daker, who read a copy of a letter We can say It Is a good tonic and we
walk mile
This condition i donbt caused a easily.
s no by
J citizen of Rockwell, was a visitor to written by his company to Mr. Em are very thankful.
the long winters experienced in "Through these three cases we desireto
severe Sisters of the Good .
Ocala on Saturday. The exhibits sent by private indi of the Atlantic Shepherd.
erson, the traffic manager .
make known to
this part of the co ntinent. the public the efficiency
viduals Lf Marion county to the state Coast Line. When catarrh once fastens Itself upon of "
Hon. W. S. Jennings, ex-governor,' fair show that would Therefore, whe n Peruna was discovered the system,it becomes an obstinate disease your remedy.
our county
Mr. Hardaker explained the Hospital St.John of St.John
Canad ian to be ,
by people a reliable to eradicate.
has begun the erection of a hand ,
have stood chance to
good capture
a of securing sufficientcars Province of Quebec.A .
impossibility remedy for these catarrhal diseases A systemic remedy-one that reaches
some home in Springfield, Jackson first prize again this if she had later letter received from the
year to conduct their business. He ,it at once b ecame a popular medi- every internal organ of the body is an sam
ville. taken part.-Dunnellon Advocate. did nQt mince words condemning the cine, not only among individuals and absolute necessity. institution reads as follows

aBe in f families but in the great hospitals, Peruna is "Three weeks ago I wrote to tell
Mrs. W. P. Haisley, who has been action of the officials of this system to just such a remedy It bow
I E. E. Cline, of Ocala, has a fine ex- but also he where it was used as a preventative and searches out the cause of the disease, you satisfactory we found
spending the past few weeks at Tam provide proper facilities, Peruna. We recommend It highly for
hibit at the state fair of Foos gasoline relief in hundred s of cases. healing and strengthening the mucous colds
officials de ,coughs catarrh and
has returned home and will be in ,claimed the company neuralgia.
pa engines and Sunlight Acetelyne ceived their patrons as to the fur These, institutions do not hesitate to membranes, and thus giving Nature an "1 have used it myself as a tonic with
Ocala all the winter. machines. Mr. Cline took a numberof give their endorsement of the remedy opportunity to perform her part of the the best results, taken as directed, half

the fair last and nishing of cars. which has been so helpful in the treat- restorative process. a teaspoonful every half hour" ,
prizes at year
Miss Panchita Kendrick, of Brooks Several gentlemen referred to griev- ment of their poo r and sick. One of the many hospitals which Peruna not only promptly relieves
,.ill doubtless do the this
-- vine; who has been spending several year. ances and the consensus of opinionwas Among these institutions is that of have found Feruna of value In treatingold cough* and colds in their first stages,

weeks in Ocala the guest of her aunt, Dumellon. Advocate. that the grievances were so clear the Sisters of Good Shepherd, who gave and obstinate cases of catarrh ia the but is equally prompt and efficient for

- Mrs. Francis A. Howse, returned home and manifest that their specific enu the following endorsement: Hospital St. John, who write, as ,catarrhal dllt'Ut'.ln the chronic stage.
)Montholen: Atkinson, the philosopher
Saturday afternoon.Mr. meration was an act of supererogation. The Peruna Company, follows: Of coarse, it is only reasonable to
of the
Fellowship Columbus, Ohio. "We,are happy to tell you that your suppose that a great deal less medicinewill

and Mrs. John H. Mathews, of hood was in town Saturday. Like all Mr. 0. T. Green made some pertinent Having usedPe runa for the past few Peruna has given us satisfaction. Three be necessary to cure a slight attackof

Candler, who spent Thanksgiving in philosophers he takes an optomisticview remarks on the position of the months, for our sick and poor, we lire patients have tried it,one 68 years old, catarrh than would be required to .

Ocala with Mr. Mathew'l parents, Mr. of things and says the great everglades carriers and happy to say that It has given us great Renoui Dupuis, afflicted with catarrh,is relieve the ailment after it had been allowed .
drove drainage scheme will not railways as common satisfaction.The much relieved, more than he baa been to become chronic.
and Charles
Mrs. their duties and obligations to the Sisters of the Good Shepherd Directions
be abandoned. It means, he says, too for a number of years. for taking the remedy will
home Friday public. :Mr. Green went on to show August 20, 1903. Montreal. be found on each bottle also in Dr.
much for the destiny of the state. "A young girl, IS yean old, had aa
Mr. A. J. Wyche of Dunnellon, was how the railways were making enor- After a continued use of the remedy, obstinate cough which half bottle of Hartman's" book, called "The Ills of

jupiom'nent visitor to Ocala Friday :Mr. Claude T. Ansley, who is now mous profits, and, to illustrate his this institution h as found no reason to Peruna caused to disappear. drnjrgUt Life, which for the can...k1D be obtained. from your
read from the official figures to change its good opinion of the remedyand "As to myself, two bottles have convinced -
Brooksville point,
.- paid the Ocala Banner a social in the lumber business at For special instructions write to Dr. ,
and call. He tells the same was in Ocala Saturday on business.A show the large and increasing dividends expresses. its satisfaction in the following me that Peruna ia magnificent Hartman President of the liartman
1 terms: las a tonic. Sanitarium,Colombo*.Ohio.
ory that in his section the harvest number of years ago Mr. Ansley and earnings.Mr. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR FREE PERUNA ALMANAC FOR 1907. II

3. ripe but the laborers are few.Mr. lived in this city and went from hereto .,, Green ably discussed the ques- --- ----- -- __ __ __ ___n_ .
Thomasville, Ga., but for the past tion in its legal aspects and calimed -

A. W. Allen, of South Lake several years has made his home, at that the attorney-general of the state I introduced in the last session of the tee of five on plan and scope be ap great prominence should heM tbe array -

Will, valued subscriber of the Ocala Live Oak. He has only recently gone could: institute proceedings to force legislature to give the railroad commission pointed.Mr. of legal council employed bf the

Banner, Mr. J. L. Sherouse and famIly to Brooksville.Mr. the railways to perform their proper some power over the physical George MacKay made some stir. Ocala board of trade.

of Citra, Mr. J. J. Priest, of Mor- duties to the public.Mr. condition of the railroads and that ring remarks. He said that Ocala Mr. Rheinauer suggested toad at a

riston, Mr. M. P. Frink of Fellow- S. Lehman, of South Lake Weir, George F. Dittmer, a phosphate this bill was defeated by Mr. Gilchristin should confer with other cities and mere preliminary the sum of ,Mtebe )

ship and Mr. Eminizer of Sparr, famous as a vineyardist, was in shipper, followed Mr. Green and the house and that he wanted the towns in Florida who were' similarly raised and placed in the baai of

were noted among the Ocala shopperson Ocala Friday and notwithstanding the pledged his co-oporation and supportMr. people to remember this. treated. He referred to lack of man- the committee.

Friday. lateness of the season, brought sev- : Chambliss desired to learn from Mr. R. L. Anderson followed and agement in the operating department.Mr. Mr. E. E. McLin exprew*! bill view

eral boxes of beautiful bunches of other lawyers present. made a very clear cut statement of MacKay said the individual suits on ImnK'liaU action and stated no

Miss Florence Burnett, who has grapes which were sweet of flavor I Judge McConathy was called on and the exisiting conditions. He illustrated would be laughed at and that the committee could in a week leeere to

been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. E. and rich in color. Mr. Lehman has in discussing the question mentionedthe the absolute absurdity of fur- proper solution was such legal and representative a meeting as the one

McGahagin, at Tampa has returned one of the very best places in this fact that the railroads might excuse -ther making personal appeals to the concerted action as would force some now in prognes that that now was

home. Her sister and her little daugh- county and is one of our best citi their miserable service on the various officials of the road who come remedy to endanger or forfeit their the time to hart the ball rolling.

ter returned with her. Miss Burnett zens. grounds of the "great prosperity of in contact with the public. Their ob- charter.Mr. President .Iunroe then put the motion

had a most excellent time and witnessed the country." But in answer to that ject was personally to increase dividends to appoInt a committee with Instruction
Mr. Arthur Glass, division superintendent : tJ. C .Crom said that on Thurs
the fair and all its attractions. they had ample to make its report next
of the Atlantic Coast Line the people might say and that they as far as the pub- day he had a conference with a prom- .
"' for this condition.The Thursday afternoon at four o'clock.
time to prepare lic was concerned confined their workto
inent official who evidenced interestin
A handsome line of ladies' toilet railway, was in town Saturday and
mention of the railroad commis The president appointed the committee *
"pacifying" the public and often
; articles manicure sets, etc., at Tyd- the shippers with composure andf'J'fat this meeting and desired a copy
by Judge McConathy created that in the as follows; Jake Drown. Z. C.
soners with promises very nature -
.ings & Co.'sMrs. nature. He that theoff of the minutes. i
good says
I considerable laughter and not a few of things they knew would not Chainlllss, Edward Holder, J. M. )Ief.I .
Schuyler, ,.'als are working like beavers to : Mr. George MacKay in reply said I -
Livingston he
George sarcastic remarks. Continuing be fulfilled. I fert and George MacKay.
, guest at rc-ieve the congested conditions and I that a promise from an official of the reference to to the
of New York, is a prominent said the commissioners were not in On motion all
I was that all roads throughout the coun- ...r. Anderson said the Ocala boardof Atlantic Coast Line should be ignoredand
the Ocala House. Mrs. Schuyler touch with the people, that we could railway commiaison and laughter resulting
. formerly Miss Lelia Rogers, of this try are up against the same condi- hardly expect competent men at the trade should appoint a committeeto that the only notice they should therefrom was ordered expunged .
and 'charm tion of affairs and many are even in first confer or consult with the at- have should come from the attorney-
beautiful from the minutes.A .
city, and was a salary paid and that the salary
has many a worse plight than the Florida roads. to ey-general and if he failed to take general of the state.
ing young woman. She should be at least $10,000 a year and
, I friends here who will be delighted to further that these men should Lave any action, then this committee should Mr. Walter Ray, one of the most Reminder of Old Times.
Hon. Robt. W. Davis has been unanimously act independenty and invoke the full prominent naval stores operators in We ere under obligation to Mr. E. '
I \ see her again. knowledge of the railway busi-
) } elected a division com- power of the courts as well as pub- the state, said that three of their L. Carney for a box of grapefruit

) Mrs. R. C. Burt, of Ozello, has returned mander of the United Confederate ness. lic sentiment.Mr. stills had been forced to shut down gathered from his grove w Lat

) to Ocala to live, which will Veterans of Florida with the rank of Judge McConathy also suggested the D. E. :Mciver followed and explained because they could not secure freight Weir. Captain Carney's gnw kskeen
and is wearing his indictment of the railroads or rail- I
be pleasant news to her many friends brigadier general the difficulty the local ship- tacilities for barrels in which to ship compta.pl rehabilitated ai !snow

. here. For the present Mrs. Burt is his new honors with his accustomed road officials by the Marion county pers labored under. their product.Mr. I 1 one of the r r ttiw* grnvs m
. : and dignity. During the reunion grand jury which convenes in Ocala in i this famous sheet of water and Mf
but grace
the Ocklawaha Inn Mr. Tom Sexton said the board
) stopping at S. A. Rawls said when the committee -
and parade review at Tampa a very few days. fruit has the rcfMrtattoa of berg tfc*
to begin housekeeping. should employ a lawyer and offeredto
)i : later she expects was appointed it should havet
the next
last week of the Veterans of the Blue Mr. H. U Anderson was toot choice in that whole fecthii.
went down to Ozello subscribe $25.00. Mr. J. W. Cros-
Mrs. Burt wanted to know if it fund, say of at least $1,000 to backit
and the Gray, Brigadier General Davis speaker. He In the "olden UHWS" wt west iff*
but will return in by added 10.00 to this amount.Mr. .
yesterday afternoon up and that he believed this amount
got out of,a sick bed to march several was not possible for an individual I quently rera ffiberai with heels frt
,.. a day of two. action through the : E. C. )fcLeod, the sawmill man, could be easily raised. :Mr. Rawls
miles through the hot sun with his shipper to secure choice fruit from faaotw gws and)
) JL L.- ia poke next and wanted a made a clear businesslike talk.
/ that Mnticello is old comrades in the arms of the Con- courts to compel the railways to do this box from the eajdata to a .......
reny .
Can in the legislature and
anyone puciai s
federacy, being frequently cheered their duty. He said the Mattel LUMber The president stated that the proposed of those old t.aes.II
I little boom? Can der "good
on a quiet steady said that ai th? past a few lawyershad
oo II committee would have to
II I the improved coatftlon8 as he was recognized by the pebple company for instance: might placeits power
,0 I ,. anyone attribute milesof along the line of march.-Palatka case before the court and ask controlled the Florida legislature.Mr. raise this fund. Mr. Chambliss said Mr. L. H, Hopkins and wife of

' I of farms, the increasing News. r that court to issue a writ of injunc- Rheinauer then spoke and want- the. committee could get all the mon- Belleview, were In Ocala FrWay. Tn r
0o wire fencing, the building and repairing ed a man sent to investigate condi-
I I tion to compel. proper service. He ey it needed.Mr. were Just returning fro caCrysUl river
ot farm houses, to anything in other states.
is a The death of Judge Richaifl A. believed it could be done. And if the tions : ., O. T. Green agreed with Mr.Rawls where they spent Thanksgiving with
cotton crop
but ? Your
prosperity bay. Whitfield, one of the oldest citizens railroad company claimed they could Mr. Green then arose and added and 'aid it, was absolutely their Bonln-law and were braggingon
Live stock,
failure ihla year. of Tallahassee, is announced. He was not perform their public duties, the $10.00 to the fund to employ counselin necessary to have proper legal adviceat their fine Thanksgiving dinner,

lumber, turpentine, and reasons-'Monti-prohibition born In, North Carolina: in 1832 and court could appoint a receiver, who 'behalf of the Ocala board of trade. the very outset and that while, he which be-6fdt'l< the proverbM tark.y

there you have the came to Florida in the fifties. He was could at least try. Mr. Anderson was !lr. Green moved that a committeebe would not serve he would be glad to included fish and oysters la many

'J., cello News. the father of Judge James B. Whit, particularly sarcastic in his reference appointed to take up a subscription give his share of the amount neede d. Ef7Jf

the field, of the supreme court.A and employ legal service. Mr. Mr. F. E. Harris said tho conditions
t Kill the-eorn and pea wevil shoe-d Mr. Harry Baxter, of Candtar. spent
Bisuuphide; jnambliss did not believe this was the all over the state were similar to
gopher by using Carbon supply of sealing wax and Thanksgiving with Ocala friends..Today's .
.ar 25 cents at Tydings & Co..Tcniay'B corks big. for sealing syrup bottles and :Mr. Sexton Interrupted :Mr. Anderson proper time for completing the sub- those in Ocala.

.. i -.. ads are Interesting reading jars. Tydings & Co. x to explain that a bill had been scription. He moved that a commit- Mr. Jake Brown said a lawyer of .. ads arq interring reading V 1:

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KEEPING FACTS OF HISTORY were not to be credited to anyone I 1 members of the Florida delegation. -
STRAIGHT. person or official. The governmentdoes Congressman Clark deserves credit -

things for the good of the people for what he did,but he doesn't deserveall

; ; .J' It is pre-eminenly the province of and not for one or two or'a class. the credit.
This at least is just what the government When public men working as ser- '
_; a public journal to keep the facts of I
should do. But Mr. Wright I vants of the people combine in an effort IMPORTANT NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF
current history straight. said also that he had noticed that to do something for the peopleit .

C z} If it is found difficult to do this the peopje who went alter things is proper that individuals shouldbe R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY'S
while history is being made there were the people who got them. lost in the effort.

r need be no wonder that the chroniclers Who went after the survey for the But the studious effort to minimizethe TAGS AS SPECIFIED IN AND FAC
c l', of past history go often awry. Everglades? part that Governor Broward has ,

F The Gainesville Daily Sun has gone i rtE SUN had no purpose in men- taken in the proposed drainage of SIMILES OF WHICH ARE SHOWN ON I
i wrong In attempting to exemplify the tioning this, but it seems necessaryfor the Everglades will spur this paper to .

; y motto "Credit to Whom Credit is the truth of history.The keep the people right on it. For fifty THEIR 1906 CATALOGUE OF PRESENTS. I If
; \ Due." Gainesville constituent of Congressman years the public servants of the state

:'_, The Gainesville paper in its ardent Glark says that Congressman had an opportunity to undertake this

!f ., f', support of Frank Clark, which Clark went after it. But who work and do something with it. Noth-
This was bought to remind holders of our
*.- speaks much for the ardor of the sent him? ing has ever been done until now. space tags,

!I' : paper, says that the memt It was in January that Governor And who did it? who have overlooked the fact that our offer of presents
t: j1GaInesville, ber from the Second Florida district Broward wrote to Hon. JamesWilson, It has not been accomplished yet. may a

is due ALL THE CREDIT for directing secretary of agriculture, in regard to It may never be completedd before for the return and delivery to us of tags, as made and advertised
' t' the attention of the Department the project undertaken by the trus- his term of office expires. But want-

II .-: .. of Agriculture to the Florida Everglades tees of the internal improvement fund. ever curse or credit may result from in our 1906 Catalogue and Circular of Presents, expires *
f and securing the consent of On the same date he sent a letter to the work which has begun under his

t ).,>0 t.. the department to attempt the.survey each of the Florida delegation in administration will be in all justiceset by the terms of the offer itself on January islt !)o7. '.

fj t which has practically begun. congress asking his co-operation in down to the persistent purpose of .4
\ would not consider giving presents to one without -
1l Draining the Everglades is so large securing assistance from the govern uovernor Napoleon B. Broward to

': $f an undertaking laden with such great ment. In reply to his letter to the drain the Everglades.-Tallahassee giving presents to all, for tags that reach us after our t I
f possibilities for good to the people of. secretary of agriculture, Governor Sun. .
t .'- Florida, that this journal has had Broward had immediate and equivocal offer has expired, and for this reason we will not consider 1.I
a nothing to say about who was responsible i promise that he would do all pos- APALACHICOLA ENTITLED TO AN

>'i'- for directing the attention sible to aid the state in this great undertaking APPROPRIATION OF $2,000,000. any cause whatever for delay in delivery of tags, and we will

f i' of the department to the Florida Ev- The secretary of agricul- 000.
1\-i. erblades. This journal was the only ture committed himself to Governor positively refuse to rive presents far any tags that reach
A a meeting of the board of tradeof
t; publication in the state which had an Broward before Congressman Clark
; Apalachicola last SaturdaySenator Winston-Salem, N. C., after Tuesday, January 1St, 1907,
interview wittt Hon. J. 0. Wright, had ever seen him.
Mallory being he guest of honorit
l. drainage expert of the government, It may be said to the credit of was shown that an 18-foot chan- which is the full extent of time as heretofore stipulatedin
i who is now in the Everglades. Mr. Congressman Clark that when his as
nel to the docks at Apalachicola
7 I-, Wright was careful to state that sistance was solicied he actively in- our offer.
would mean an annual saving on the
t: things undertaken by the government terested himself in it. So did other
business of the port of $50,000, whichat
No has to this
employee authority change or modify
k the government interest rate of 4

1.I THE per cen t.warrants an expenditure on or any notice or offer made by us. I
: the port of Apalachicola of $2,000-

is estimated that only $450,000is R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., WINSTON-SALEM N. C.

t: Marioi) Hardware CO )pagy) required to make an eighteen foot

''. channel to the docks in Apalachicola. E
In addition to this amount, Albany,
Bainbridge, Columbus and the upper -_.
waters of the Flint and Cattahoocheewill --- -- -- -
5. American Wire
Fencing -
require an appropriation to give 1
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t. them an all season waterway to the
Sash Doors and Blinds
T ;- gulf and a seaport.'e <- . . 'n-C -: : "
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: Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, Apalachicola river and its tributaries r ,
is the greatest interior water-

t E, ''i -, Mill and Mining Supplies. way east of the Mississippi, being RYE, CORN AND GIN MARYLAND CLUB .,.

> navigable. 750 miles. At $1.50 per Gallon. No HOGAN'SUJ.D'8 ['..I"" ",,,t!Iv $1 i 'n- < ,i.-. ,'ttwritr "
r Turpentine Snpplies, Three great states Georgia, Florida extra charge for Jugs. IN,Itir. I'.t '- i II [Jtl.
and Alabama have cities on this river
i x Improved Farming Tools] I -- U .
T and muuch valuable territory tributary -
i i ,; GET OUR PRICES I to it. ( TIMf

The proper development is requiredat In connection with fall and M u* i itl
L the mouth of the river-to admit seagoing saloon where you TO THE TRADEOur 'UI Will tr'' I., n I'll

I' Marion 1 Hardware Company vessels before the river districts can find the best. I you whit

can be materially benefitted. prices ar figured 1 on the v..ry L

Every effort will be put forward on Lowest Cash \**is\ and undtr no cir -

j. r ..,. the part of the senators and representatives .
will oo4k C. U. !).
) ;' from the three states named to SOUR MASHFull cumstnnces we ship OLD PRIVATE STUB

obtain an appropriation sufficient forth Quarts, 75 cents; as the Express com|>ai.i 4tt& will only I P.U <)MrtV.., tour
WINCHE5TER take at owner's mk ..d dvlhvmi $...ut
. j improvement of this waterwayand .. .. four full Quarts, $3.00; open.
iI dt'IfVl'Rd
twelve delivered quart !
port. for $9.00.quarts The law will not allow Aleut to skip *....
t lS No one thing will be of more mo- whiskey 0. O, D.r.., will atxt )lx-

nunt or cause greater developmentin press Order, 1'o"tolil& nosy orders,

: ; S "NUBLACK"Loaded any part of these: states than the one and two cent Um))*. Mid checks
preparation of this great cheap freight
parties we know are U. K. "e buy !
on LEwtS 16
; carrier for practical navigation.Chairn hOYAl VELVET
an Burton, of the rivers and for cash -and a* !Il! fur .a-h, tb'reby
Black Powder 'Shells
: |l.40 tear
$1.50 per quart; four per 'tUI1
. harbors commimttee, on his recent quarts. $3.00; case of giving our customm the benertt of 9sfl01 M.I.; CM .( I
t visit to Apalachicola and the habor bad accounts -'S $14 OH.Kiwn .
f Jf twelve quarts for 13.00 fpnllfh
Shoot and
i. ..':- \ y Strong Evenly, recognized the advisability of the improvement -

: Are Sure_ Fire, and said that "the southern
Y rivers certainlyneeded the at HOGAN'S SPECiaL HOLIDAY OFFER
Will Stand
'Reloading. tention! of the government and the

Apalachicola river was one of them."

They Always Get The Game.For The report government has already engineer recommendedthe in a former SIX FULL QUARTS FOR $5.00One

improvement of the harbor andit
Sale Everywhere. live, "Ine North < ... t .
is but natural to conclude there will Quart Maryland Quart has < m

.. ._. ._ .. ., be in his .. One Quart Apple lI4 a..,IV, On' jutrt Hoil.4 (tin.
.- ... -- c ".> .. '.. no change present report; One Quart New Ei'gUi.-i t Hum. tine Quart tttwrn .

r !.T:1tT -,.,..... .---.- .. .. especially as there has been a very
material increase in the business of This is something that will Tickle You a. it pflflcti down, MM! yak will

the port. aggree with us that its good. Those goo4* art taktu fttMi ow rf..Ur

The board of trade has appointed a, and after if don't think iw worth for
stock buying you $ .ao Six Q rt,

H,1iHh1iIIMKii1IriT! the committee committees which in will similar co-operate interests with of return it to us and we will gladly refund your DIG"I,. ,

Albany and Bainbridge, to attend the A GLASS AND CORK SCREW FREE WITH KVKRY PtVK DOLU1 OftDKB
waterways convention and the convening t

: of the U. S. congress at Wash- FEW MORE
ington to see that nothing is left undone -
. : Where you find Shield Brand Shoes to secure attention to the needsof quart, $1.25: four RYE: AND ItOl'ltBOX *.. ..r ..-n Mrf

.. it is a safe place to trade, because this port and river. quarts, $5.00; twelve Unhurt II,e, Quart *4 .....; ..... Q. +\ra/la, $.t'6. eeIP ? tt
: i t" they are sold by reliable merchants Apalachicola was at one time the quarts for $15.00.PAUL $1.00; Gallon t.5i.. gMIsM tar .....

everywhere. Be sure to ask forRiser's f principal cotton port of the United OM Fashion Rye. Quart 11...... .$ Qwh
f r 3 f Ion f 1.50; Oallon |' .00, I
I States. Railroads building to other Hogan XXXX R8, Owt+t ....; >UM .r -, t
: King $3.50 Shoe ports took the cotton and much of JONESAt Gallon $2.00; Gallon f I.UO. I
her other business with them. Now WELLED 4i mmTM =

::' J for men and you will get ourmoney's with the coming of railroads to Apa- $1.25 per quart; 12 CORN WHISKEY .,...,. ,'\.1f
: worth. Made in 37 lachicola, the improvement of the quarts for $13.50. North Carolina, Quart. esMM: Malt UeI. ... par yfw II 1
Ion 11.00.. Gallon $1.76.
CR& port and that great vein of commerce,
r styles and all the popular .. Stone Mountain. quart fl.80; )4M1 OsUua
Leathers Patent Colt Vici her river, the lost business will be returned THE LYERGUDES ltoo; Gallon '1.00. Mil lID '
and increased a thousand fold,
'. k Gun Metal, Box Calf, etc. making the interior cities larger and May be drained but WINES AND SWEET GOODS will ..... tlfu''JA Mir
r;..S, I I Hogan's creek never Blackbery, Quart 50 cents u.... $1... $Nti.11. awl .111 W1
"": -. 'M. C. Hiser Apalachicola a great, prosperious, will be. Tom Gin, $1.75 to f 1.00 per U.I,,",. Mwr .*.>
\ ... CompanyManufacturers StpleE13 populous seaport.-The Apalachiocla I Sherry 50, 60 and 7-1 cents per i yfs.rt It....
!;. a : .x \. Pat OoltBlather. Times. |2.00 and fJ.OO t*r Jailun. furt. ..... rrte.
ATUWTA. GEORGIA .S. California Wine $J.OO per ea.e vPIH'UTE-._ :

I Morals and Geography.On BLACK & WHITE SCOTCH II

r an island in the South Seas I G. D. HOGAN ibr a.." ...lfItyWlIt" i
( there is a tribe whose people wear Needs no introduction, MM $ fM''I \4>< 1M i'tHI1 I
i no close. They see nothing immodestIn $1.50 per quart. ,

that. But they think it Immodestto
f : be seen eating, and at mealtime NO CHARGES FOR JUGS Ocala, Florida NO mi SENT t 0. I.-
: live into bush.
McMillan Bros. Up in Worcester a Mass., there is .. ,.. _-'" .-;: >_. .._ _<.t >.",_-__ -' ,.]
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a tribe whose people eat together -

=Y: : : Southern Copper Works without thought of evil. But at men- -
:: Hastings, which has achieved such
r tion of a harmonious study of Adam i
; and Eve in the Garden of Eden they a reputation for her potato crops, la trgetthePiac.J. ] !

Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills I shut their.eyes and stop up their now turning her attention to the grow. !
y ing of strawberries and expects to I
and General Metal Workers. ears.This is morality. The South Sea' achieve as big a reputation in this \\ CHAMBERS SHOE t},, i. whm the I

i Islanders were as moral In their wayas line as .in the potato line. SACRIFICE ,
Mr. P. H. Baker of SALE IS GOING O. =
... the officers of the Worcester library ; Campville who i itl
Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. patching were in theirs mfwypetao makes his home in aGinesvllle has A BARGAIN LEFT FOR YOU. A CUSTOMER lAID HE DID-
through the country a specialty. Orders' by mail or brary are in theirs.-Washington boughtl.Oda acres bf timber lands on HOW WE COULD SELL COOOI 10 CHEAP, aUT WI ANt
wire will receive prompt attention at either of the Times. Lockloosa for turpentine purposes. IT JUST THE SAME AND EXPECT TO KEEP IT UP. '''ICln
Mr. Allan Stevens of Citra, was If the municipal election were now
y.k among the many visitors In Ocala on on in Tampa Col. T. J. Laud-Brown
JACKSONVILLE,- FLA MOBILE. ALA Saturday last. would have no opposition for mayor. W. ], Chambers Shoe Coo,


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1 SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. Mr. W. A. Redding, formerly of Sum BRILLIANT CHURCH WEDDING.One santhemums elecited universal praise I II I ceremony was a charming feature. I II I ", Big Sandy to reside. Mr. Wheeler

Local Editor. merfield now of Levon was in to and admiration-eight radiant girls, Immediately after the ceremonythe being with the Big Sandy Crate Manufacturing -

see us Tuesday simply to say "howdy"and of the brililant nuptial eventsof .daintily alluring in their perfect beau- entire bridal party, the Entre company.-Tyler (Tex.)

1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL.Mr. to have the Banner to continueits the season was that of Miss Annie I ty and happiness. They were pre- Nous Club of which the bride wasa Courier.

weekly visitations to him. He I Lou Crutcher and Mr. W. T. Wheeler, ceded by Master Ike Crutcher, ring member, the Sherwood Club, rela-
G. B. Tankersley spent :Monday : gives good reports of his section. of Big Sandy, which occurred at ::\Iar-I I bearer, and -the unusually beautiful tives and a few intimate friends, were THOU ART GONE!

In the city. via Methodist church Wednesday daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Smith, entertained at the Marsh home witha Thou l
art our
gone precious mother;
We are better than ever perpared ening, November the twenty-first. ,of Texarkana, little :Marjorie: Smith, brilliant reception. The home was Never more can'st thou return
Mr. E. S. Upham represented the ,
to fill prescriptions. Fresh drugs, low Since the announcement of the engagement as flower girl. beautifully decorated, and the color
Lake Weir section in Ocala Tuesday. est prices and prompt delivery, We Thou shalt sleep a peaceful slumber,
several weeks ago,the event scheme throughout was in yellow and
The attendants joined the bride at
want your trade. Tydings & Co. xMr. 'Till the resurrection morn.
Mr \V. D. Allan, of McIntosh was has been one of general interest, and the entrance, and as the glorious wed- white, with the exception of the parlor e

transacting business in Ocala on Tues H. A. Atwater, who has a con the happy occasion fulfilled every ex- ding notes rang joyously in the air, which was in white and green. Then beyond this vale of sorrow, ,

day. tract for cutting, pulling and rafting; pectation. they turned and marched slowly backto The dining table was graced in a We'll awake from every car,
logs down the Ocklawaha river, re- Marvin church was beautifully and the altar. First came Miss Dell novel manner; a handsome center In a city bright eternal,
Mrs. J. D. Pope and children, of cently cut, pulled and rafted in twen- artistically decorated in palms, ferns Perry and Mr. McWhirter, of Waco; piece held an oval mirror in the center And its joys we'll ever share
Terrell, are spending a few days in ty-four days 1,131,893 feet, which he and southern smilax, with a profu- Miss Alice Daracott and W. T. An- of which rested the bowl of many

I the city. and his neighbors say beats all raft- sion of cut flowers, large and feath- derson; Miss Nell Harris and Shu- gold fish, which made a pretty picture Thou art gone our precious trotkr,

i II II I I ing records. ery pink chrysanthemums, which ford Cousins; Miss Jule Wofford, of as the glints thrown from the Never more we'll Sthy face,
1 )Ir. U. W. Ferguson and :Mr: EIV formed the main motif in coloring. Athens, and Robert Brown, of Longview candle sticks at each end of the table 'Till we reset thee tier the rlw r,

Weathers, of Berlin, were among our :Mr.: L. F. Whitehead, assistant su The choir loft and altar of this ; :Miss Annie Bob Brown, of fell upon them. White tulle was carted In that happv dwelling plaeef: i

out of town visitors Tuesday. perintendent of the Jacksonville Elec church are especially well adaptedfor Longview, and Tom Bonner; Miss from the chandelier to each. can-

trie Light Company, came down, any motif and this wedding found Linnie Belle Webber, of Texarkana, ble, and the whole ensemble was one There we'll meet you precious t+setr
Mr J. L. Leitner, a pioneer, merchant Tuesday to see his father, Mr. Thad this large and elegant church one and Ned Brown; Master Ike Crutcher, of da'atiness and attractiveness. There we'll clasp Sa.l baafe e* ?e
of Dunnellon was among the of Kendrick who is crit- bower of loveliness. background of bearer Mrs. Crutcher
: Whitehead, ring Henry During the entire time the bride I more,
large number of visitors to the'brick ically ill at the Marion County hos- ferns formed an attractive setting for matron-of-honor, little Marjorie Smith, were her princess bridal gown of I. When we meet to iwvrt no, B ?tr',

city' Tuesday. pital in this city. the bridal party.Enthroned flower girl, and last entered the bride white duchess satin, trimmed with On that happy, peaceful abort. -

... in the choir were Mr. and her father, who were met at the 'insets on skirt and sleeves of real
After a visit of several days with
Mr. M. P. Scarborough, of Anthony, Will McBride at .the organ, Mrs. L. altar by the groom and his best man, I duchess lace the the entire yoke of There we'll spend the COUII- ..,
relatives and friends in Ocala :Mr.: '
was in the city Tuesday and left L. Jester, who sang, and Mrs. J. S. Mr. Henry Crutcher.As real duchess lace. The matron of Ever by our Savior's side,
Ralph T. Birdsey has returned to his
;.a home in Macon, Ga. two bright silver doollars for the con- Powell, who played the violin. At the they took their places and stood honor was richly attired in yellow There we'll never Know a sorrow,
tinuance of his favorite paper. This appointed hour the large gathering of before the minister, Dr. W. F. Pack spangled net over silk, with rich lace There our tears all will IHJ drM..

31 r. M. Rubin, who has been in poor reminds us that we have a list of sub- Tyler's fashionable attired were seat- ard, the glorious voice of Mrs. L. L. trimmings and large picture hat. During
health; for some months past, has scribers that are always pleased and ed and awaiting with eagerness the. Jester, accompanied by :Mr.: Will McBride the ceremony she carried a cluster We shall meet to part no, never,
gone to Philadelphia for a visit in never fail to remember us. arrival of the bridal party.As on the organ and Mrs. J. S. bouquet of white chrysanthemums. Bye and bye, bye and bye;

, 1 pie hopes that the change of climate -- the full, rich notes of the organ Powell, the violin, gave forth its Yes, we'll meet our precious mother YIn

I 1 p will prove beneficial to him. Dr. J. M. Thompson, of Delray, in pealed forth, the audience was charmed sweetest and most thrilling notes The array of presents crowded the that sweet home beyond the sky! ,
renewing his subscription to the and thrilled with the pretty innovation and gave a joyousness and unalloyed large room where they were displayed -Mrs. B. S. Quart erraan.

-1 Mr. Robert Holly, one of the pioneer Ocala' Daily Banner says that he can- introduced in this elaborate pleasure to the attentive listeners. At the display being unusually handsome Fairfield, Dec. 190C.

settlers of Grahamville across not do without the paper as it Is likea wedding, for proudly and calmly the close of the song so beautifully and came from points throughout

the Ocklawaha river, was a visitor to letter from home to them in their there proceeded from the ivy entwined benefitting the occasion r. Packard the entire state. H. THALGOTT ,

I' Ocala Monday and mad e the Ocala new home so far away. He says he .study door the attendants, who inI I read the always impressive marriage Many out-of-town guests were pres- Proprietor of the
Banner a friendly visit and continuedthis is delighted to see that Ocala continues their exquisite creations of white or- service that united this happy couple. ent, and this marriage and reception DUNNELLON BAKERY ,

paper to his address for to grow and improve and he believes gandie mechlin lace trimmings, yellow The ceremony was an unusually prety passes as one of unusual distinction Is now prepared to ship Bread, Cakes, a
another year. He is a member of the that it will yet be quite a large; girdle and short white veils, cne and the low notes of the organ .and interest.Mr. Pies, Etc., on short notice, and guar-
t antees satisfaction In all cases.
'. Banner's "old guard." city. carrying arm clusters of white chry- and violin played throughout the I and :Mrs.: Wheeler have gone Give him a trial.

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Grand Rapids, Mich., is the first Captain Inglis expects to go to Mr. J.1.. Barco is up from Tampa Judge John Brekenridge Gaines, of elJM! -- -
city In the United States to start a Washington ",some time this month for a few days and spent Wednesdayin Leesburg, one of the best lawyers in .
.r half penny daily. Other newspaperswill and have an audience before the Ocala. the state, is in Ocala on professional: I! H. A. Spencer L. U. Lang J. A. 8owvkrAnnouncement

..) eventually follow and there will rivers and harbors committee and pre- business.Mr. m

be a general demand made on the( sent the claims of Port Inglis for an Mr. Sam Davis, of Gainesville, was jo

government of the United States to appropriation for deepening its har, in Ocala yesterday the guest of his W. P. Hill, representing the

coin half pennies.Mr. bor. In the last five years its shipping friend, Mr. C. V. :Miller.: Jamestown exposition, who was to I "

business has increased 95 percent have given a stereoptican, exhibition AVe have just' purchased the splendidly equipped
I II I Luther Stafford recently sold and it is entitled, if any harbor Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Grace, of Kendrick here last night, was prevented from
of the and Cline
machinery plant Yonge
for Mr. A. P. Hardee, of Bronson, to.. is to some of the benefits of govern who were married a couple of doing so on account of not being able I I ,
: and solicit share of the work of
Marion and
a repair .
Messrs. Stuckey & Tiller eleven ment. weeks ago, were in Ocall Wednesday to get a proper location because of -
thousand acres of round timber lands, -shopping.Mr. the debris on the public square incident -" adjoining counties. We make a specialty of repairing

which will be used for turpentine and :Mr. Wililam T. Gary has returned to the building of the new courthouse steam pumps, gas engines, etc. -

timbir{ purposes. The consideration from a trip to BrooLsville, where he J. B. Pedrick, of Martin, was in the repairing of the Holder I Let us quote you prices

":as forty thousand dollars. went to buy a piece of property the city Wednesday and we regret to block, and the Dealoust fine building. !

which was sold at public auction and learn that he has been on the sick. He req 5ts'this paper.to:
>.r. C C. Kawls, of Montbrook, was he succeeded in his mission. He says list for several days. say that he will return to Ocala in I Ocala Gas Engine :

among ice visitors to Ocala Tuesday. that Brooksville, naturally most beautifully a couple of weeks and will make it t I .
- P"sldi'3 owning a store Montbrook: located, is taking on new life Mrs. John Blair and son. of Orhm- his headquarters and will give our people '

and a good deal of round timberland and its people are very optimistic of do, are visiting Mrs.: W. H. Marean:: the benefit of several free eXhi- Company -

. he is the other of two orange its future. It has a new hotel, anda of this city. Mrs. Blair and Mrs. Ma bitions. He says that his plates are! L
.fr groves, one near Lakeland and one very nice one a new artificial stone rean are old time friends. very fine and that he knows that our ,,- _......, ..,lnlU! mr ME!
and neither one has
near Arcadia bank building, several other new 1 pt Hrle: will be w !!*entertained. He --- -
been visited by the white fly. He was stores and dwellings, a spoke and Mr. B. S. Weathers formerly with seem! fin..ly of the opinion that the

on his way Tuesday 'to his groves to rim factory and other industries.Mr. the Buttgenbach Phosphate company, Jamestown exposition is going to beat

begin shipping at. once. He expectshis has gone to south Florida to reside. all exposition records ever held In E. C. Smith. C. V. Roberts

two crops to number three thous- W. J. Tuten, one of the Ocala He has accepted a position with the the United States or in any other
and boxes. Banner's "old guard" was in Ocala River Phosphate company. country and it is being thoroughly advertised Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers

cir. Tuesday. He was just returning froma Ir all states in the union. He
41 and winter term of the
The fall for :Marion: county met in trip to Tampa and other points in Messrs. J. D. MsEachern and JohnH. is in Florida especially for the pur- We are equipped to do the very best work and use
cult court Gee of Jacksonville, W. A. Light- interest in the
south Florida. While he was very pose tf arousing an
Tuesday, his honor, only the latest and best methods.
the band room All much pleased with the fair and Its foot, of Lynchburg, Va.. H. L. Brooks, exposition and showing its mammouthand
Judge W. S. Bullock, presiding. attractions Tampa and Ybor City, o': Tampa, and D. DeBlair Gates, of manifold proportions. That it is

fi R civil business by consent went over of the to mem-the and was particularly charmed with New York city were registered at the in the center of a population of thir- Telegraph Orders receive Immediate Atterjtlou.
of the bar
bers the Tampa Bay hotel, the Hillsbor- Ocala House Tuesday. ty-five million people and it is believed -
term of the court.. The jury
oiigh county court house the new that the number of attendants will
. for the trail of the criminal cases was .
discharged until Monday. State At- Catholic cathedral and other publjc LOST-A pointer dog about two be larger than at the St." Louis expo- OCALA FURNITURE CO.

will devote his and private buildings after seeing the years old; white and liver colored sition. That the naval and military .
Edwin Davis **
ItR on the sessions back country, which gives support to dark dots In white; answers to name review will be on a grander scale
entire time in attendance it Is believed Tampa, St. Petersburg and adjacent of "Jake." Suitable reward for his re- than ever tefore attempted ,and altogether japel and undertaking parlors corn e North Main Street' and Ocklawa
4 of the grand jury as ',
be accelerated In towns, he Is more than content with covery. Address W. E. Tydings Silver the exposition will be worth Ja Avenue.
that time will his Marion county farm.iiiiiaiiiiiiiii. Springs, Fla. 11-17-tf going to see. Day Phone No. 10. Night P-'ne 94 and 197.I .
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ST. PETER LET HIM IN. Mr. Bobbitt's mill at Micanopy last ANTHONY. Death of Mrs. C. Ws Lindner.

Saturday night was set on fire and After a lingering illness Mrs. Mary I II '
St. Peter settin' at de gate; totally destroyed by sparks from theG. Special corespondence Ocala Banner. Bohl Lindner, the beloved wife of Dr. I, cJVER & CKflYi
Well "Blue Bell" has come again. .
< Nigger passin' by- & G. railway's engine. No insur- C. W. Lindner, deid at their home at I i
St. Peter up an' sez to him: ance. After and absence of several weeks Anthony at fifteen minutes after one .

f "How did you come ter die?" will you allow her space in her favor- o'clock Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. FURNITURE DEALERS

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About Digestion. paper
Lindner has been suffering
"Go ax de man whut belt de gun It is not the quantity of food taken Last Sunday evening at three o'clock from consumption for a long time and I i WE CARRY EVERYTHING IN TilE LINE 01

A-pinti'n at dat roos'; but the amount digested and assim- Mr. Bert Smith and Miss Sallie Leit :
for almost the past six weeks she was
I Go ax de dog what helt my foot. ilated that gives strength and vitality ner were united in the holy bonds of confined to her bed and although not I I House Furnishings I Parlor Suits

.! An' wouldn't turn hit loose!" to the system. Chamberlain's Stom- matromony at the home of the bride's unexpected her death was nc\'erthe-j! Rugs Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather Upholstered
and Mrs. T. J. Leitner
ach and Liver Tablets invigorate the parents, less a sad one. She was faithfully at :
An so," St. Peter sez to him, stomach and liver and enable themto The bride looked lovely in a cream tended by her husband and her son, I;. Bed Room Suits I Dining Room Suits!

"You wuz cotch in de ac'?" perform their functions. The re- colored Eaton jacket suit, with lace Dr. Eaton Lindner and her only :: In Mahcgony, Birch, Birdseye of all kinds-Mofcogany and

Dat nigger turnt an' looked at himAn' sult strength is a relish and for weight your ,food greater increased endurance -. trimmings, white lace waist made daughter, Mrs. Thoas E. Harris o!! !I Maple and Oak.
China and C k
fac' white silk, and hat to match. roc
"Hit's over
spon's: ef1i
and a clear head. Price 25 Valdosta, Ga.. who was with her I
free. For sale The groom looked handsome in a suit Mission
.cents. Samples by all! when the death angel came. I Complete line-Dinner

"Down in deep den you mus' go I druggists. m of black, and he also looked happy Mrs. Lindner was before her marriage I II all the different finishes I Odd Pieces
Fur 'stealin' uv dat hen!" He certainly had a right to after I
BELLEVIEW. Miss Mary Bohl and was a native -
scratch his haid right hard winning such a winsome bride.
The St.nigger Peter had him den! Special correspendence Ocala Banner. The bride received several nice and of- Ohio. She was about sixty All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Po
years of age and was a gentle and
On Thanksgiving evening there was useful presents. Quite a number of lovable woman. She has many and Upholstering Goods

But 'dreckly, liftin' up his arms, an entertainment in the town hall the bride's friends and relatives were
he wellas
friends throughoutt county as Heaters Ranges Cook Stoves]
He flop 'em on his side, under the auspices of the Belleview present. The attendants for this oc- at her home town, who will be ,

An' zactly like a rooster crow Workers, which gave them no small casion were Miss Mattie Leitner the very much grieved to learn of her Full Line of Up-to-date Pictures, framed and unframed. and

Three times out loud he cried! credit. A drama was given with gra bride's sister, and Mr..Tom Proctor,, death. lure Mouldings. Full stock of

phophone selections. Miss Annie Hillman and Mr. Robert '1,,e; funeral services willl! tin held Harness
and and
Farm Turpentine Wagons Boggles Sad
St. Peter hung his haid wid shame Belleview has again taken on its Swain. : the Lindner residence at two ,
He 'membered uv his sin- Mr. and Mrs. Smith left for Oxford '
customary activity quite a party arrived
; o'clock o" Friday afternoon and the Exclusive wale of the bet wagon Oft par 1-the 6tud.bak.r..
An' grabbin' up a great big key, on November 23. I Wednesday. After Christmas remains will be buried in the family And carry the very best line of High Ura4e Boggto and Cai
He let dat nigger in! Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Doolittle, Mr they will reside at Key Stone Park. burial
grounds at Anthony.
:'New Orleans Picayune. L' In conclusion the writer will add her
R. Holstead, :Mrs. E M. Bush, Mr
The Ocala Banner extends to the
sincere wishes for their future happi- Brick, Limn, Cement, Plaster, i
and Mrs. Henry Terrell and :Mr Points
BOARDMAN DOINGS. grieved husband, son and daughter Building Hair Lathtinglti) *. 01Flintkote
Heaton, Dr. :Merchant, of Warren R. ness and may their heads be thrice .
iti very deepest sympathy in theirhour
f Special correspondence' Ocala Banner.Mr. I., and his cousin, Mr. Fesler, of Low- streaked with the silvery strands be- of trouble and affliction. Material Roofing, Oils

and family came ell, Mass., and Mr. and"Mrs. Charles fore their time shall come to go I
J. A. Bouvier
I White Lead Yarntftltee, lam.
their be deep as
Hilton, arrived recently. hence. May joys as Furious Fighting.
up Wednesday to spend the home Thanksgiving of Dr.- Thanksgiving services were held in the. ocean; their sorrows as light as.. "For seven years," writes O.V.. Wall P&1 pt'r. Alal *tine Mitt) Mftgnite Wall! Pftintg.

at "Hill Crest" the Methodist church at 9 a. m. The I the foam is the sincere wish of Hoffman of Harper Wash.. "I hail tall and give u. a trial. M. We will! not be un4roU ad will pl.
and Mrs. Richardson. a bitter battle with chronic stomachanl
i I their friend, "B. B. .
Mrs, J. L. Casters sister, Miss Em- church was tastefully decorated with I liver troubles but at Jast I won SVlclver & Mackay.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Smith left and cured disease the of
ma Warden, of Island Grove was vegetables, grain and canned fruits,, i my by use
which was used offering Wednesday for Alabama where they I Electric Bitters. I unhesitatingly i I Ii I --
last week. as a Thanksgiving .. -- .,,"vI. ..
over for a few days I J II
recommend them to all and oon'l intend
for the will reside in the future. i I
Mr. J. A. Murrell has finished ship- pastor.Mr. in the future to bo without them _
Chas. A. Tremere is in Jacksonville We are sorry to announce the ,..
ping his orange crop. His oranges ,tin the house. They are certainly a
on business. depth of Mrs. C.Y.. Lindner. She wonderful medicine to have cured I
were very thick on the trees and owing II
Mrs. Geo. Proctor and children died at her home here Wednesday I such a bad case as> mine." Sold trader II I
to the extreme drouth many of I
I guarantee to do the same for you. by II
extend sympathy and condolenceto
have returned from two weeks'
them were too small to pack in a i Tydings & Co., druggist at 5..nU''I
.- boxes. 'He .shipped 1.8C4 boxes and stay at Tampa. Her sister, Miss Lillian the bereaved family.Mr. :a bottle. Try them today. m I

aoout; 75 barrels. Mr. Murrell hasI' Lucius, came home with her fora Allan Hillman, who has been j I .

-bought Mr. Jack Reed's orange crop short visit. spending the summer in Georgia, has Miss Mixon's Visit in Mississippi.One I ,, ot..,.
.5. r and is shipping them loose in car Mrs. Mary M. McFall, who has been returned h,
;" lots. station agent here for a number or] by his cousin, Mr. Walter who have added her gracious pertl n. II 's c dF
Flanders of Adrian, Ga. ality and various talents to the social o
has to Hawthorne to
I His way of doing this is to parti- years gone ac-
The supper at Sparr last Friday life of the Capital City this Mason "k
-- lion the car off in quarters puttingthe cept a more lucrative position therein I 14t
night was a grand success. There is Miss Mixon, of Florida, who
oranges about two feet deep, the same line. Miss Snow, of Plymouth .
then making a strong ceiling and flooring takes her place. were quite a large number'\ present. has spent the past month as Miss I w y r
The different places represented were Tardaaian's guest. After a gay fortnight I t r x "7wL
above putting another layer Mr. O. M. Gale has moved to his
new home. Ocala, Anthony, Lowell, Pine and sev- at the executive mansion these I
is loaded.
above, etc., until the car
This is an experiment Mr. Murrell Quite an addition is being built to eral other places. The supper was two popular debutantes began a roundof I I r
Messrs. McGehee and equal to the Montezuma hotel. visits to friends in the delta, where i
is trying and is being watched with Mayo's store.
Several nice cakes were sold and they were showered with courtesiesand .
Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Hilton
much interest by other growers as it are occupying I I w
nice little sum was raised, beautiful entertainments. I r ri i Y O
is a great saving of boxes, packing their new home on Robinson. quite a r
-etc. avenue. I something like $37. We like the Returning to the mansion yesterday

because things are never they were joined by Miss Bailey,
Mr. J. L. Castelle went to Island The following copied from the Pasadena Sparrites
halves. Miss Jessie Owens of this city and the three will leave
Daily News of
Grove last night to secure hands as No21, 1906, 0/l,3
will be of interest to furnished nice ghaphophone music. tomorrow for Miss lion's Florida
labor is very scarce here now. some of the
Mr. W. E.McCorley has recently received Banner readers. They will remember Quite a crowd of the young folks home at Ocala, where they will be

a beautiful buggy from Atlanta Mrs. Fannin spending the winter went to the Ke'ndig orange grove Joined by Miss McClaugherty of

here a few years ago with her aunt, Thanksgiving. All reported having a Blue Falls W. Va.-Jackson, Mlas.)

Oiange growers are very busy now Mrs. D. R. Dana: "This morning at sp'endid: time. Evening News. FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK

crketing their fruit and all hope to ten o'clock at the home of the Rev. :Mr. and Mrs. Grantham, of Sparr, At the last moment Miss Vardamanwas BETWEEN

be through soon after Christmas. Henry Taylor Shoats, on North Ray called on Mr. and :Mrs. Hillman last prevented from coming to Ocala
with Miss Mixon on account of ill 1 Jacksonville} and New York
mend Saturday.
: Mr. W. P. Cromer of McIntosh, who avenue occurred the weddingof
went to Quincy, Fla., a few months Miss Inzie S. Pitts and Mr. ArthurH. Well, "June Bug," why don't you ness.

Fannin, of write. We miss you very much. Calling at Charleston 8. C. both
J :ago, was recently married to Miss Ozbridge, Mass. The LABORERS BADLY WANTED IN ways.
Mitchell, of South Carolina. He is now bride was gowned in a red broadcloth Say. We need a writer at Sparr THE SOUTH. TSS rcrssT stmssips d ras: COASTWISS nmi.

tailored suit, and white too much good news wasting there, .
in the tobacco business and will make wore a picturehat. --- ------

Quincy his future home. Mr. Cromer's The only witnesses of the cere- when there Is plenty of space in the Special to the Ocala Banner. CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN J HE$

v{ children: left Wednesday to join their mony were Mrs. Pitts, the bride's Banner for all the news of interest. ... New Orleans, Dec. 5.-A serious

mother and father. mother, and Mrs. John Carpenter: of "BLUE BELL." condition of affairs exists in all the FRKIflllT SHRVKK: BKTiKHN

Mr. and Mrs. Rome Daiger will Los Angeles, aunt of the groom. Af- cotton mills of the southern states Jacksonville, Boston and Providence,
The Original Porous Plaster. and all Eastern
move to Gainesville this week, where ter the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Fan- It's Allcock's, first Introduced to owing to the great scarcity of labor Points.

tney will run a boarding house. nin left for Beaumont Cat, where ers. In Virginia and Texas notwithstanding Calbac at ...il..tM Bothsr.ju W....
oJMr. the people sixty :years ago, and today
Ben Banks, of Forsyth, Ga; Mr. Fannin holds a responsible position undoubtedly has the largest ex- increases all round in waive U I: I: It 14 ,. s.tit.1NGS.
I' whose marriage took place to Miss with the Southern Pacific rail- it is estimated that not over sixty
external remedy-millions being sold percent Southbound . . . . . Fnsrt. LtWk' Wttoaefv P.NortMtOwM.
V" Lucy Floyd, of Barnesville, Ga., on way company. Mr. and Mrs. Fannin annually throughout the whole civi- of the mills are running to their . . . . FI'MINt c.tMf'lN Me. M* -
Thanksgiving Day, is spending his will spend a week in the mountainsof lized world. There have been imitations full capacity. All the manufacturers

.}}oneymoon with his sister and bro- north California before going to to be sure but never has there nave orders for goods more than they Clyde St. Johns River Line.
.therInlawIr.: and Mrs. Flewelen. Beaumont. The bride is a daughter been one te even compare with All- can execute, yet in some mills cob

Mr. G. S. Means was quietly married.to of Mr. and Mrs Malcom S. Pitts, of cock's-the remedy.For world's standard external webs and dust are in evidenceto owlsg, Between Jacksonville and Sanford

Miss Elsie McGinnis, of Hawthorne No. 1279 North Los Raples avenue, weak back cold on the chestor the lack of labor.A .
in Atlanta on November 24. and is well known in Pasadena, where any a local pain the result of taking Saia; at P3atkt, J.s):, tented ( J.a4) adei

Dr. and Mrs. Means are expected to she has been prominently identifiedin cold or overstrain, there is nothingwe Fearful Fate.It Ltft* St. :.3 ...1TK."Sout .
know of to compare with this is a fearful fate to have to endure .
reach home any day and will soon go church work with the North Con famous plaster. x the terrible torture of pllaa. "I "' Bound SOH6ULE

to housekeeping in their new home gregational church can truthfully say," write Harry Read down.

which the doctor bought from Mr. Et- ECHO.In Box Supper at Kendrick.The Colson, of Masonville, la., "that for '
: ter some months ago. \ ladies of Kendrick'will give a blind, bleeding Itching and protrud-I I Leave 'S-H p m. . Of .ri'iirllilli . Of Airirs I

Rev. Mr. White, of the Christian I Mad Chase. box supper Friday night, Dec. 7, at ing piles, Bucklen's "Arnica I Leave 4< p.m. ..... .. .. Ael..M . ... ,U.n t

church held union services in the health Millions, from rush one in extreme mad chase of faddismto after the school house for the benefitxofthe cuts the best burns cure and made.Inurles.Also 25 best cents for at I Leave X W a.'". . .. .. 4M etr . ., .I.sve a

:Methodist church last Thursday.Mrs. another, when if they only would new church. The public is cordially T'dlngg: & Co., druggists. m i . . ...1 I id CUlL aesd! > LMV 1

W. W. Blake and daughter, of eat good food and keep their bowels invited. -- --.- -- .. Arrlre 8 a ni. ? . ...... ? 'f .1.lestre .
'Spartan burg. S. C., arrived Wednes regular with Dr. King's New Life \rrhe 10"L ... . ? ?agArlle . ......,.
lolm Whits & Co.
Pills, their troubles would all pass $1C.CO A DAY-Is what
day and will spend the winter with away. Prompt relief and quick cure make working for us. We want you men can LCinSYIUE. KY. Central Passenger and Ttektt Ott., m> W... Bay ftt. h.-.ft
Mrs. Blake's parents Mr. and' Mrs.J. for liver and stomach trouble. 25 &nd women everywhere. No capitalor i ------- -- .. --

L. Walpendin, of Evinston.Mr. cents at Tydings & Co.'s drug store; experience Here is P. u, Tao
necessary yourchance Ftldfarn r toYp t.. A. t \n t Paw A.t, isa out My *' IiIw.s
Walpendin had the misfortune'to guaranteed. m to make $10.00 a day In your FURS G.COOPllL jtt. Ale'. t .. r r !1.0\'tU.L. ar
N. ; i.' .
Wrie for iaavnri'/r.' Jr1&
lose his mill by fire ten days ago Hat pins, gold, silver and gold fill- own, National community.Temperance Beverage particulars and Hides. A AC.U.\OHaTY.GttI'1:' h".I., t'Ly.u K VI!.VN,5N9Pt1.

>' in Sampson city. No Insurance. ed, 'a'}! new." Weihe The Jeweler x Co., :Mobile. Ala. x THEO a. teE!!. v. P. and Q. 14 .

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p Maurice Strauss, who will soon :
the home of Mr. T. D. Bryan on '3P
t LOCAL AND PERSONAL. The Hands of the Ocala! Board of I Wautula'street.. This is the residence leave Ocala temporarily, at least. i

; Trade Held Up by All Outlying for the purpose of going into businessin
between the Presbyterian church and
t 3 I Mr. Harry Stalberg, represented Towns and the People All ,l the X. M. Allred residence, which Cincinnati, leaves uttering a pho- Grippe or Influenza, whichever you Kke i

a Dunnellon in Ocala Wednesday. Along the Line. I wa purchased a couple of weeks ago phesy that in less than one yea ? to call it, is one of the most weakening {

e t | Miss Sue Barco is in the city and' The board of trade met Thursday j I by Dr. \\ H. Powers. I:from this date that the largest oil : diseases known. 8
deposits in the world will have been
Dr H'toii will make several changeson
1r Is at the Ocklawaha Inn for several afternoon on schedule time to hear
I both the inside and the outsideof I discovered in Florida and that Ocala
days. the Scott's Emulsion which
report of the committee appointed 1 is Cod 0
will be the for
headquarters those en-
the place and he and Mrs. Hood
e at the last meeting to take the I I Liver Oil ''
1p The King's Daughters held their I expect to move into their new homeas gaged in the production of the same. and Hypophosphites in easily cli-

1p regular meeting yesterday morning at necessary railway service steps and to secure designated better as soon as they can get possession of'The oil wells will be in full blast by i g gested form is the greatest strength-builder g

the Elk's hall. I it that time and the excitement will
a the committee oir-Tlan and Scope." known to medical science.
p In the .We regret to learn that Mr. Bryan have spread throughout the whole 6 tOt
absence of the
Mr. R.
t The grand jury has been busy all and firmly will probably move 1 country. He also makes the phophesy

I this week and expects to conclude its R.Star Carroll, local editor of the Evening from Ocala. We understand that away Mr. that Ocala in less than twelve months J 1.8 It is so easily digested that it sinks into g
was requested to act
labors tomorrow. as secre- Bryan expects to go into the turpentine will number a population of 20,000. J;. the system, making new blood and new fat,

tary.Mr. business and if he does he will As Mr. Strauss is not given to axtrava -
Mr. Asher Frank is now in Starke, Z. C. Chambliss chairman of cO and strengthening nerves and muscle
move somewhere in the country. T.cc in language or speculation <<01
where he is in charge of the Boston the committee, read letters from the
They have made Ocala their home for 1 and is noted for his conservatism and
Store's branch store. St. Petersburg board of trade, the some and have made moderation, his friends are very I : Use Scott's Emulsion after t
PUMa years many I
GcTda board of trade, the Eus-
)Ir. J. A. Driggers returned to tis board of trade and others holdingup friends here who will be very sorry if I much concerned over his prophesiesand ', ; Influenza.
should all are hoping that they come
leave Ocala.
Starke yesterday morning after a.. the hands of the Ocala board of they

short visit in Ocala. trade and wishing it GQd-speed in its ..ere has been quite a change in true. I r Invaluable for Coughs and Colds tALL

ital estate during the past few weeks I
to secure better railway passenger At the Ocala School
Miss Blanche Lowry, of Homosassa, smd and especially among the physicians.Dr. High Saturday. DRUGGISTS SOo. AND .00.
freight service. ,
Prof. A.I L. Shurie, impersonatorand t
passed through Ocala yesterday afternoon Mr. Chambliss E. Van Hood has bought the R.I < iO
stated that he had teacher of Stetson University
returning to her home. ? S. Hall residence and is moving intoit I I
petitions from
nineteen different will lecture before the teachers ofi
1 j
this week; Dr. W. H. Powers will
towns containing 923:! signatures, to-
W. C. Bull has Marion county Saturday morning at
Mre. goneto 1 move next week into the Allred
I wit: Lakeland, 85; Wauchula, 14
Gainesville to visit her sister, .Mrs. I ; house, which he has just bought now the Ocala high school building. ; weor.yes. ......"++.++ +......+..+."'+.

T J. Mixon, for a short while. 'I Floral City, 22: ; Trilby, IS; Xewber- Dr. Walter Hood has just purchasedthe I The meeting will commence at ten i, '%!+ *.+s.... .......+..+.....*++++++.+.....+>.(i)

I ry IS; Williston, 16; Inverness 56; : )[o'clock. +........*.+......+.....+....4.4........4e ....
Bryan place. I
Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hood and Mrs. i Dunnellon 32; Holder, 14; Eustis, 38; Professor Suhrie has also promised : e

Carmichael have returned home from i Istachatta 9; St. Petersburg, 44; Sterling silverware, knives, forks, I to recite a number of his selections. i

Jacksonville, where they attended the Barton 42; Arcadia, 94; Fort lIyi and spoons, "all new." Weihe, The I He is one of the best impersonators I I in IIflLItr PRESENTS UI :

Baptist Sunday School convention. i ers, 85; one from travelling salesmen, Jeweler x I now on the stage and always delights :

19; another from travelling salesmen, i his audiences. I +

.Miss Lucile Colclough, of Gaines ,I :34. Ocala, 172. Not Yet Assured. \I We hope a large number of the citi- 4 +e

ville one of the University City's A telegram was received from ?Ir. The proposed lyceum course gives,i jzens will be out to hear him. 4' ; +

oust attractive young ladies, is the I D. S. Woodrow stating that Eustis promise cf success but is not yet as- I i| All exercises will be free and everybody Ii .4., .. .. .

arming guest of :Miss Sara Harris. ,I I and Leesburg unanimously endorsed sured. Subscriptions for season tick-1 i is cordially invited.Respectfully I a e

!I the action of the Ocala board of trade ets came in satisfactorily yesterday. II I, .t *.
Barton of Xash-
Mrs. McKinney ,
'I i and will do all in their power to help Ttere have been about fifty double!I I W. D. CAR.i .'\. : $4 .
ville. Tenn., is a pleasant visitor to I
along the movement inaugurated by season tickets subscribed for and i i iI
for several weeks. She is the'
Ocala the board of trade of this city. about fifty more are needed. I Marion Ccunty Teacher's Association. :UI
of her sister.in.lawlr8.: E. K. '"
guest Mr. Maurice Strauss moved that The course will consist of six entertainments I The next Marion County Teacher's ;
Kelson. the report of the committee on "plan mostly musical and all Association will meet in Ocala in the! + .A
and scope" be accepted and the com- high: class. !high school building on Saturday, December -j + "' It'
Sterling silver combs, brush and mir- WATCHES CLOCKS
milee: continued with power to solicitC' As there will be no other enter- 8, at 10 o'clock. I
ror set, "all new." Weihe, The Jew- I 60 : JEWELRY ..ILV6ftWARE ti'i
i tributions to aid it in its work tainments in Ocala this winter, it is i I hope every teacher in the county I te
eler. xMr. CUT GLASS WARE.
and take such further steps as it particularly desirable that cordial i will make an effort to be present. If :
+ UMBRELLA, $1. .'.
Thos. E. Harris, of Valdosta, found expedient. support be given to this undertaking. ,I you have to come in on the railroad I i ". '.j

few I Mr. E. P. Thagard stated that the Season tickets admitting two per or live too far to come Saturday morning +4e
for days r
Ga., is at Anthony a. : : LARGEST LINE IN OQALA Tt Ilt\
having come down to attend the funeral state board of trade recently organized sons can be had for $a. Subscriptionscan I in time, you will be given Friday i. : LECT FRBM.1

law Mrs C. W. Jn Tampa will meet in Ocala on be left with Mr. A.V.. Bridges, afternoon to make arrangements to I,. 40 I .'.
of his mother-in -
Lindner. January 16, 1907, and moved that the I either in person or by telephone and fflm S i : ::
I .
matter be referred to the executive should be sent in promptly. :hese meetings are important and 4. .t

ExGovernorV. S. Jennings, of committee to make the necessary ar- ;yon cannot afford to miss them. j I e + t .1

Jacksonville spent several hours in arrangements for the reception of the Alligator bags and pocket books I. The. following prcgram has been I ge ''..;.10Just .

I for ladies, "all new." Weihe, The Jeweler -, .
Ocala yesterday afternoon. He was delegates: and provide a place for prepared: ed
: : eta
Ier on his way to Brooksville to spend holding its meetings. x 1st. An Inattentive Pupil Miss I

several days at his old home. Mr. 'R. L. Anderson moved that a f Bessie Himes. : =

committee be appointed to go before I Offices Moved.S. I 2nd. The Use of a Library in the |! .
i A. Rawls & Co., Messrs. R. S. 1 i
Miss Lewis, of Jamaica, who has .
the.city council and urge it to pass I' Primary Grades, Miss Cora Murry. : .a
Hall, T. C. Hall, T. E. Bridges: and I I ) '"
months in .
some ,
een spending an ordinance requiring the railroads : 3rd. Which is Most Satisfactory In' .

York, arrived in Ocala several days passing through Ocala to establish: I the Marion Farms Co., who have been ''I f'!Making Report; Cards with Figures ;: "

ago and will -spend the winter here gates at the principal street crossingsor I occupying, temporary offices back of .or With Letters, Miss Nelile C.. St.vens. ._- ;;

with her sisterf Mrs. George Mac-. f provide in some other way for the I,.the Teapot Grocery for a couple of I!I i Ii I II! THE OCALA MUSIC CO .
I months are now moving into their I
Kay. protection of our citizens against ac 1 i 4th. The benefits of Attending the |
new offices in the Holder block. They I 1 I
cidents. .Florida Educational. Association, W. i
Dr. H. M. Taylor, of Crystal River, I will have one of the finest and most i I
Messrs. R..L. Anderson, Edward :W. Smith. !; ................ ....................
: pawed through the city yesterday re Holder and 51! P. Thagard were appointed -i I.modern suite/of offices in the state. 4 I 5th. Report of.the Committee on''! EJ.t......o.................,..........44.

turning from Gainesville, where he said,committee. I The repairs and changes on the Literary Books,. Miss Georgia Bor.. ...............................

west to take the Knights Templar decree I Holder block are not entirely completed .
It was also suggested that the .comi ,ger. j! ....
I -- -- --- ---
-- '- -
in Masonry.Mr. I : .tee on "plan and scope" agitatethe but it is expected that tiey j I Several short educational. addrpsjpwill : .
'" .win be within the course of the next 'I. (
I holding of a mass meeting in this I be delivered. 1. ReceivedA
S. H. Gattskiil, of few weeks and most of the offices I j
McIntosh'l city some time in the near future to I I Respectfully, I I'I'I
in Ocala yesterday have already been rented. I
\\lW C.1R.i.I
discuss the railroad situation. I I I w D.-
Mid that his little town -is workedup ,
The president stated that he. committee '\ 1 SHIPMENT tip'<<
and thepettticn Tine line of gold and pearl mounted j
situation .
over the railroad onl"plan had been I The largest and best line- of rings
sJnt the Oeate Boardof .I and scope" umbrellas, all new." Weihe, The Jeweler ............... -
I thereby bard at work since last Friday; had in Ocala, "all new. Weihe, The Jew-I!
I Trade is receiving many signa I s 1 1j
which will cler. x
prepared petitions j i
tures. He sent to the- proper officials and I White Star Laundry Sold. I i White Cat Underwear
being I Superintendent Glass Has Quit the.
that the se petitions are
Mr. James Norton, a prominent citizen
Scauyler .
Mrs. Livingston overI'wheJmingly Line.
the Coast I I ITo

York, formerly Miss Lela Rogers, of this section signed of Florida by covering "a i I'home of yesterday St. Petersburg afternoon, returned after spending to his Supt. A. L. Glass, of this division I .,+44'44444441 biNir.fi...... .....a..s...N..........f,

this city, after, a week's visit to from Ocala to of the Atlantic Coast One railway, '

Ocala has gone to Savannah for a few ,:Fort;r-itory Myers.stretching That the committee is\\ several days in Ocala on business. I has resigned his position, his resignation -i iI DO : darn, to mend, to..w oa buttons ?
While in Ocala Mr. Norton
From there she will go to I pur- .
days. to take effect immediately. i
Washington to; visit her sister, :Mrs.': getting up the counsel necessary if it data thought and chased the entire plant of the White I I Glass' successor is not yet known. i YOU tf'wrtf try at feast on* of . . OUR
\voula employ
returning to Star Laundry, which shut down some
Barbour Walker, before Mr. Glass has acepted a position:
is doing everythigin It is the
i necessary months ago. Mr. Norton is havingthe LOVE moo comfortebfe
New York. Mrs. Schuyler BACHELORand
her home With another railroad.
the matters
its power to carry out 1.[
machinery shipped to St. Petersburg
while In Ocala was a guest at the 1
."'twitted to its hands. I I at the same time the
( and as soon as he can get same SHIRTSBest
Ocala House. She has many friends Emblem pins ancj buttons of all.
subject I
board then adjourned
here who were very much delightedto to The the call of the president. laundry installed in will that open place.up an up-to-date I kinds, "all new." Weihe. The Jew-!! 50-cent Shirt, and it does not cot* a

see hw again. I eler. x |I .1
His Ocala friends hope he will be cent more. Try them for Comfort dad
i Back and side combs, "all new. i I I JOnrna'l i Wear. No bi..
a I successful in his new venture.
Mre. Ervin gave the young people The Jeweler. x very The Peoeacola thinks that i
1 Weihe,
very enjoyable time at her home Wed the president's message "was one of j I to come off or sew on.rThe .
Large line of gold and gold filled a
wlay evening in honor of Mr. Fred At the Catholic Church. ,the strongest and most virile deliver
"all Weihe TheJew While Cat Underwear oU
lockets, new. I by
Carlton and Mr. T. I. Herring. She Saturday, Dec. 8, will be the feastof ances ever presented to that body,"

was assisted by Mrs. W. S. Durst. the Immaculate Conception of the eler sOn while the Tampa Tribune jhinks it I l'FISI EL.

Many amn!Ing games were indulge*! Blessed Virgin, Patroness. of the was "wably" in all those qualities.The .
Sunday evening at 7 o'clock nn-
r iH and merry laughter echoed throughthe United States. Tribune is the leading paper of|
I der the tent where the revival is being -
rooms the entire evening. Before Divine services will be held at 9 south Florida and the Journal is the INDIA'S COTTON CROP. Vroft..iimt.
held, Mr. S. L. Reese, one ofColeman's
leaving for berne they listened to some !i a. m., all faithful Christians are in- leading paper of west Florida. So

I excellent music rendered by Mr. Waiter -;; vited for the occasion especiallythose many successful truckers, there It is.Sterling. Special to the Ocala Banner: .....

after led to the altar Miss Lula Lewis, late London, Eng., "Dec. 5.-Reports .to D'soLLU. .
Carlton and Mrs. Hampton, good people who trust that the I. P. JL&I14t.

whieh dainty refreshments were Mother of God can obtain from her ,of Montezuma, Ga., but now of Cole- silver fruit and nut bowls. from Calcutta and Burma tell of as f"U'D a etLOgLr

served Every one thoroughly enjoyed 1 I'',Di\ ire Son the blessings which we 'an. The bride is an accomplished! "all new. Weihe, The Jeweler. x extremely good season's cotton crop.The :_

themselves and were loth to bid stand so much in need such as a good musician and a bride whom any man area under cultivation it 187.581 o.w......... iT 11. 11 _

night. beneficial to should feel proud of and may their Mr. H. S. Chubb, of Gainesville, is i acres and everything has been favorable
good I would be so
their pleasant hostess rain that I mK.p....
1 out health and enable our farmers to pathway through life be strewn with booked for register of the land officeat r to the crop this seaaoa. The _

I: fields. fiowers.-COleman cor. in TimesUnion. aGinesville, vice Mr. Walter Robinson output is expected to be a record ODe.I A't9'01 1 1". 1T.6k4N.
i PIMPLES their
FRE..I-t. ; .!.. ). i epare .
: : : Mr. Lewis spent a few days in deceased, and :Mr. Shields War (OftH Ml.tf.*1M.'..raj.

REMOVE m Ta &* Episcopal Church Tea. Ocala a short while ago as the guestof ren of Apalachicola for receiver in I Horses and Mules Now Here. team.Ems'. "Il"1 b.

Nadmola I On the afternoon of Wednesday, Miss\ Florence Walters. Mr. Chubb's place. i:I The horses and mules purchased -""'"-
during the past week in the Atlanta '" aFiN tEL
will. _
January 19, Mrs. G. T. Maughs
The Southern's New President. Mission hall clocks. Come and see' markets by Mr. Nicholls arrived Sat
"JJ1: : Cc :>plosiona give a silver tea the proceeds to go
TTttlfr: en- for the payment ot the small debt that; Mr. W. W. Finley of New York them. then buy "all new." Weihe. urday and may now be seen at our OCALA.ATTORNBY.AT.tAW.!.-m ?

..-, 31::' thoude6F second vice-president of the Southern The Jeweler. i sale stables on North Main street.
..,,, on Grace Episcopal church. The JHENTI9T -
", ;, r.i Jausand railway has been apopinted presidentto Those Interested In securing fine stock fk CIi4s!. _
special effort to i
... making
\:: ladies are
'.10 .. '_ "- :,":":fi g;;a.ineeed w remove month succeed the late Samuel Spencer, ""he neatest town in the world is should call and see this lot. ,

.: ';:-'f. .. ail. teal dieolor- have a large offering this asthey who was killed in the big wreck last Brock, a Holland town of 2,700 inhabit 2tf THOMPKINS & NICHOLLS. OCALA PLQAiLOS
'''- the have their church conse-
_'.,,.;: ; ..t:"" :-" ; .ens t 't ore hope to wt ek.. :. where Edam cheese is made.
..; -':' '...n.. ... ,. '. .".:uth.Tl-. crated in January. -
No horses are allowed in Brock, so Best asosrtment of gold and filled L. 6I3TRCMK

r 'VOn ': cixt'eezr79J.; : .ad. 31.00at ..tail.Psepr4 Sterling "silver manicure sets, "all Fine selection of bracelets 1 great is the' enthusiasm for perfect chains far ladies and gentlemen, "all -._

tS IradaJ.vt; etorcao; oy Tend. new." Weihe, The Jeweler; x= "all new" Weihe The Jeweler. x ch.a nliness. new" Weihe, The Jeweler x ATTOXHCY'AMAW.
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I I ., A Miss -'
THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. And Mr. Bryan, also who enjoys; ,,, OLD AGE. Moroshuf took ih<- fin|

THE OCALA BANNER the confidence and respect of so mat)' POITICAL PULSE BEAT prize at the New York JIm .'1' ., y I

-- We ar.e' enabled-this morning i to of his fellow citizens not only in I We remember reading a great Dlany OP THE STATE PRESS. with a Paquln goa of whit<> rhUf..r tIt f

"old .
and apostrophies to Is stated
Editor.P. lay before our readers a synopsis i of this country but throughout the world, !. eulogies ssmakiQKl>' 11) 'HU' i

FRANK HARRIS, President R.oosevelt's message. If the why should he seek to stir up the enmity I age." Particular emphasis, we remember What's the matter with a constitutional been a dream,-Tampa Trill in...

V. Leavengood, Business Manage con'entionvh not told lpei
synopsis is a fair sample of the of the poor against the w.eal-; were laid on the fact that ) get "
in its entirety we do not document made new.-Lake City A New York woman fire.t t.0 i
message ?
r thy as people grow old they enter into aI shots at a book agent the othrr I'Cil
believe that it .wilKbe regarded as an We take all references about demagogues Index.. day t
I restful, spiritual, serene and happy] aDd missed I him. She shoulu Uverely !
extraordinary state paper, although and panderers with many t4t-
mst there are incorporated in it some grains of allowance.As I tranquility. The mind, more mature Has :Mr. Broward gjven up Ue I_ punished. t-It

*w striking features and potential, obse we have before stated we do not and sedate, is not disturbed by the of standing before the people ef the Mr. Thomas \\'. Lawsoo baa t I.Irn..t hIc

,1 j. .r. *q 1 vations. believe that there is any class of influential conflict of parties and the world I state for United States saaator.-\ from "frenzied finance" to fr.flctiom. tull'jUl

"- One of the most striking paragraphs citizens in our republic who lusia County Record. t
t man" looks He t
:, i., | contentions. The "old ; is said to th.' :T '''111
.Hi .-'. is his advocacy of an inheritance tax sock to do this. We are confident, at of Boston. '. 1' '
!I ,tI liTSSS.R out on the sea of life like one who jc '
I i <, 'M frW *TJCII anil a graduated income tax. It has least, that the influential members dreams. All signs point to the aitturd ....... lf!

; 'Jj always seemed to us that these features in the democratic party do not make lays down to pleasant as a very hot one though It he Savanna* Oaiijr Pr .-- <.: i.ilt. I.
! find it so. Our experience ; :
I -. are the fairest of all taxes the war on wealth and it is against the We do not meets in April, before UM hot .,eatb- P. A. Stovail to U.. editor t. tu
not I
is that the mind does grow
J T ti- ,most easy to be borne and ought by creed of that party. They make war; er sets in.-DeLand Record.i celebrated its tit )i. *. aunn"c.ry.O 1)0"I
and youtful -
! :. i all means to become a part of the simply on ill gotten wealth: and the old. It coninuues bouyant i ,'
(. M.tto: The Banner, believing those I I feeble and
while the- body grows l ( .. ,
and woof of our advance inequalities ig > MI'K t i If'nteI
t of veiy warp conditions that produce The honored of W. D. Blox- \\ "
at the well able to take care wine in old name
i. top decrepit. It is like new Flui ., ..
chilizotion. We believe they would. I oriiiK 1 a11 rll i i' >In N ,,1t
themselves, has taken its stand in the of wealth, I ham is being mentioned in e rta1n .
1 themselv< bottles. \oti itt a !iii>' : con', b.
i ha p at once suggested Perhaps the full text of the presi.: Hiua.
as a possible tabernatori
barricades with the common people is merciless quarters
to us ,
it seems ,
Nature, t ':
the founders of our governmeia warrant
to :
} { and-its fight will be made for the belterment dent's message would not the aged. :candidate in 1908.-Madison Eat: 'd. ',' '1at "ill! <.< 'u": r S.H ih. !,?, _. ,...
, '; .. its citizens at the time possessed The mere to
here given. ,
r of those at the bottom. anything like the wealth of to- the disa The man, as he grows old, loses prise. dlrt't I synopsis may place him at a ...,
his eyesight; his hearing beconn '., ( o'ii.: i Journal |n.' it. (
r DECEMBER 'i, 1906. day vantage. We tope so, at least because I The political trend for gubtruat.ial .."
FRIDAY, I his teeth fall out bis hair -
dull ; .
\i i ;. \Vbat the president says about the the head of the nation ought to ; ial timber seems to point wes,w.nt H: i.OIIl., ,.. ,.. '1"@ IU1')1 h. at. t
'" his
; of laws regulating child l.a-; grows so thin as to be numbered; I
f passage be far reaching and broad minded, and fixes its clutches upon tbe non ''''nOfm (!aih! 1 .' i I b4. can!!, : .t.. t'li.t .
II did do so? his limbs become -
why stiff
Mr. Caruso you contributions, capital joints grow .
Loi campaign seek .
in a state paper TiI.j'
' and ought not ft- of Hon. T. A. Jennings, of PeneacoiSuwannee \ < tun ; -
1t and labor, divorce, the hours of la.; in a false: paralized; his vital forces ,. fit
white battalion to political opponents .
If it had been a put County News
! those northern journalistic screameiwouldn't bor and kindred topics, ought an light. To do so is to place himself nally give way; rheumatic pains Tin- !': I.-iin* l'I i-4Mtch i- ...4 tb,

j .' have said a word about it to be left to the states for regulatioi in the same category with the demagogue shoot through his body and his steps I. ....., of Pensacol ItUf c' for fifty fHNtsaad il
} Laws of this character are likely t tol whom he so merciless grow halt and feeble as he goes tottering .... "1pt.
welcome visitor to Jasper aut .
was a
.. .
of all kinds of to the grave.
t l lead to the enactment ,
I The conduct of Marlborough, Boni scores.A fallen Saturdey. Col. Jennings. promimEly iu
I :-" I legislation! by the general goven His friends, one by one, have
i J: de Caste lane. Gorkey and Curso make ly spoken of as a candidate for goernor. "8'lOt'
ment. There would be no stoppin GOOD SOLDIER AND away and he is scarcely In touch
the home grown American appear in I He was born and reared on aI I [L1MI [
place and the result would be the A GOOD DEMOCRA1 'A-uti the scenes he sees around him I
big letter!! farm in this county and be is one ; lives wholly in the *
lu'lding up of a strong centralize If it were asked "Who is the good and he almost pa I
has forfeit i tll
common ptIOpleho
the day g vernment thereby weakening the be the answer? Old age finds him as Shakespeai I
{ Gilchrist's pineapples won soldier? what would >
'r the front aDd occapfes a conmandii
f at the state fair and DeSoto count aiionomy of the states and endangeir A good soldier, it would be said, is says, sans eyes, sans teeth., sans eerything. position in tbe commercial aad Idnstrial I W R T fORM f'1H",

J. was awarded the prize for the besdisplay : and &erverting the very structure one when war is declared dons tbe of extrmn ..
world by r Moa
of this fruit-PensacolJournal. on which our government rests uniform of his country-obeys those He becomes as stubble, fit for the .. t..tl'
l" dinar? natural AdowM.au of pen ,
.r Parts of the document are exceeingly < in authority and never shirks a duty; oven.
verance, iadustrjr aa4Jasper t.- .1
Black All Over Fac -
what Splotches
j For instance
elementary. his flag and nevt
:r who is loyal to News. ,.-

It. Mr. Jennings may know lots about tie says about education, industrial gives aid nor comfort to the enemy; It was generally conceded, we blieve Probe! S we ttchingYMf'sTrtttmiftt !..

I gum, but that is no sign that he can : training and the treatment of imin battle is is found fight. that Hon. John Board was worsed II'tll
and when a on
j ". start the juice from the gubernatorial : grants. "The skilled mechanic, the in the ranks. in his debates with Goveinc The fate of the dr ...e HMIIdEeDt by Physicians Did foM '

I; tree.-Apalachicola Times. skilled workman" he says, "can best ing A good democrat is for all the world] Broward, but when )Ir. Beard asked ought to tefteb tbe preaeat JOy..orof ( and foam DttptntatAftct j..
Florida that he to not Marly .1
1-" Deeome such by technical education." the governor if an understanding had (..
has trouble like a good soldier. be bave *! Parts Now duf asLids Evw
Editor Claude L'Engle large a proposlflM as may
\gain "In every possible way we sent to the New been reached with the L. & N. railway 'ttl
The above was
: of his own. He was indicted for criminal have imagined himself. As a matter 01 -Alait. ,
the ..
'. should help the wage worker. And York World in answer to its questioi"Who ; whereby railway was to
: libel by the grand jury of Manz fact, he wa made 1O.raor-aot by
ihis, "We must treat with justice and is the good democrat?" but it a large tract of land and a large sum tllhi
... ee county on five different counts and withdrawal of its the grace of God-but bjr a bottle of
.r good will all immigrants who com of money for the
his bond. was refused publication. "Caa4or Is vice ..ell CURE BY THECUTICURA JIIt
: forfeited whlwkey. a as
i. he struck the drainage cans
here under the law, whether they are law suit ,\

}! the woman ratholic or Protestant Jew or Ger Wants to Make the Postoffice a Private a heavy blow The governor didn as a virtu" and we dWn't want to REMEDIES "
t Graham
Mrs. Hannah
this-but it la the truth all thume
lie whether they come from England Concern. answer the question, and whether say "
Enrico Caruso arrest1 -
who had aud rf the tnti hunt .t' are
ed, has been found and insists that or Germany Russia, Japan or Italy, )Ir. W. D. Bojce, a Chicago man, right or wrong, the conviction sprt'atJ t4.u.t few pan ico I wu aRirtelwfch / .
..'t Hip!
but simply
1 the great tenor insulted her and that natters nothing." rants to make the postoiSce a pr that Mr. Beard had put the gorernoi sorry, we just bUdc spietehM all o\r n*' fad ,

intentional. Whst he says about the farmer is rate concern and submits a remark i i na hole.-Starke Telegraph. telling Jacksonville Floridian. and a fsw covering mjr L iy, .tudiprodumd
t; the Insula vas irril fJHn.aoJ
also trite. He says' "The only other >le proposal to take the entire postal a wvwe itduaf .
Good Roads Increase LarnJ V.'w... which csttinJ me a greet dutl. of sumof.aAeeandsuffenng
f.fj.'j<-lJLi A Washington paper speaks about persons whose welfare is as vital tihe service out of the governme t's hand; Dr. David Y. Thomas professor of ,to such an extant the t

the preseucp of many strangers on welfare of the whole country as Big men he declares are behind the history and political science in tbe In the few counties of the stat 1 .as forced! to oil to two of the leading I

the streets of the national capital is the welfare of the wage workers. movement. State University, is giving a course bl iied with hard surface roads land phjrMciao* of my town. After a thorough ...

cabinet officers r*- the tillers of the soil." enumerated what Mr. Boyc in: the vicinity of the roads commaa> examination of the dreaded com*
Perhaps they are ire Briefly in argumentation and debate which I' plaint announced it to be skiaeesema I !
\ turning from th ir campaign.-Com- Again, "The farmers must have i a promises to do he places under the is finding favor with the stud nts. Itierest from $SO to $150 per acre.-St. Ana in; Its wont form. Thev treated .

;. chance: to educated in the wides following heads: in the work of the literary stiety istine Record. me for tbe same for the kiigtb of OM 1.L.

moner.'T" possible sense, in the sense which To turn over the postoffice busineso : has been quickened and the d<- year, but the treatment did a* no good, .
is vigorously on tin Not Bit "Finally I Income dttporuknt ud \'
Ocala kicking a
j. keeps ever in view the intimate : a $30,000.000; private corporation: dating society is now in a flourishing derided to discontinue their sen wet .

alleged bad treatment she is receiving relationship between the theory of I under a fall government regulation -cndition. The class meets the it'tractor The Montgomery Adrertieer thlnkiI Shortly afterwards, mj husband w reading

at the hands, of the railroads, bu 'd'if-ntion and the facts of life" To reduce by one half all postal twice a week and regular *fn Safe iwludes levtntper mein a copy of a ,eeU)' New \ Oft ,"
Ocala is not the only place suffering All this is mere buncombe becausihe e. rates, establish rural postal express work in the literary society count the list of "desenrtaf poor" .be paper saw an advertisement of tbe Cut-

in this respect just nOVl.-Pensacola; rill bare no trouble blowing in al ('uta Remedies. He purrhtuul the entire
I education of the citizen! does; not and apply business methods throughout one hour.J. outfit,and after 'udni tbe content

Journal.As ;c3e! under the province cf the caiouil hose millions.-Pensaeota Xews. of the first dottle of Cut eura Rolcai
government but is entirely und the rental for .-. in connection with the CutM-uni Sotp
Judge Favrot resigned the day; To pay government H. Crutchfield, the man who shot
I ler hf> jurisdiction of the states. and charge its regular rate Why Not Indted and OinUrant, the breaking out mtireqrstopped.
\ before he shot Mr. Aldrich he can quarters his wife in the legs and injured one< I continued the ux of till
brothers to stopal i
; 'uot release himself ca bail. But he I The pretiOent has a great deal to for its postal business. ;o badly that an amputation wa Why not agree iI I Cuticura Remedies for six mouth*anj

will at least have the satisfaction of i say; : about the political demagogtn To place in charge a well known necessary and afterwards beat he: his torn-fool talk about the "new'louth after that etery IpIo&eb811 entirely1

himself for murder which we cannot but believe is bon ailrcad traffic expert to whom the ver the head with the butt of a gun and begin to thank God that 80 I I gone and the averted parts were left u
not having to try
I much of the "trite" south the, soutlf I dear as ever. I have not felt a )--mp.
of his fertile imagination.He has been offered at $30,00 anmally.
>lace pronounced by ant- 1t
DeLand Record. vas promptly torn of tbe eesema since, which "aa three
> our fathers is left to us?-Tampi
sa's that in dealing with botlabcr "
anta jury "not guilt The judge, Le years ago.!

The defendants in the cel 1>rated and capital, with the question To eliminate all sinecures, politic; it said to' his horor, openly rebuked Tribune. "Tbe Cuticura ftemedie not only L

cases at Pensacola were.al .ffe''t'ng both corporations and trade and deficit. he jury. It is decisions of this char cured me of that dreadful disease,I I
but other troubles
found guilty. After reading _the evidence miens, there is one matter more iir.ortaut To pay the government all profit! icter that make men lose respect fo:!'. Albert Williamson on Politics and eczema a* well,: and I have iwcnpucated Un the meant of' "

there ought to be some cases> to remember than aught else, .bove 7 per cent on capital. our> jury system. Politicians. others being; cured of the same dineftse..,. '

the guards at ald that is the infinite harm done 1 hy Attorney General Ellis had quite t by the Cutieura Remedies, and I doat (
of assault found against
teachers of mere discontent. These California is knocking the spots onif We notice from the Wauchula Adrocate lice little booailet planted in the guternatorial hesitate in saying that the Resolves| rF
the camp.-Lake City Index.
i ii the beet Wood medicine orU|
that tbe*
Florida with her She but Didu.tit
oranges. ,
the he who .. garden, my my
are seek toexcite
men says that it is prolable that a peition ha ever known." Liuie E. Sledge. !
who taster of \iolenl class hatred againsi. hips no fruit to- market until it get a "soxdolager" in his OWE .
The man or woman will be presented Judge Wai 540 Jones Are.,

r ;, the variety of oranges grown on the ali rn-'n of ealth. reaches a marketable condition. Ever asking him to resign. What is the i county of Gadsden? Oct. 28,1903. Selms, Ak J tt
&..J throughout th* vorU. Cttfcvn s.Sf ow.
; :
Apalichicola river, will never forget We do not believe that there are the Thanksgiving trade was powerlesso s matter with the Advocate? That is I Ithe "H'ni, Utt.,Kft.tj...0e. ,II.a torm ,.| Ch,t'olilc 1tI
enlce shipments from Caiiornia. It won't be long before our !o- It:., He. per *Ui ol 1tI1. HUT uh d of t: Iini UIAo
fruit. Each succeed cf influence in this any very
flavor of the
the I ny men first we have ever heard of anj" lui!rI. >nut.a4Cb a.ora-tk..'PIVP* & Florida shippers send unripe cal will be "shelling the ..., )lau<'ll tn!. "Tbt C.m.;.,.. Ua aM .
>. ing year sees an increase of this fruit who preach against all men ol complaint about Judge Wall. Wtlardly politicians u.,.&4J Clilt P q u.-u.. >

\, fc in this section.-Apalachicola Times : wealth. The leaders of the democrat fruit to market and f-,'t"r believe that such a petitior. roods" in another battle over the -- ,

.' condition and the Florida of United States senator
i? party certainly do not. ad orange would receive any signers from this lection a 1I

Whatever honor there is in the Further along in his remarks under hat once occupied firse place, is ounty.-Ft. Myers Breeze. and governor. The4 'stralghtouts"

proposition to drain the Everglades this head the president says: now little regarded. Florida shippers, will be heavily handicapped in this (,

rightfully belongs to Governor Brow "There must be a stern refusal tobe if f they want to retain the trade, must The republican campaign manager conflict by the absence of their own c

ard. It is his scheme and nobody's mislead into the following either organize and prevent the shipment of must view with alarm the excessive heriff a valuable acquisition to the (

else. The glory certainly does nol that base creature who appeals and immature and worthless fruit. use of money by Mr. Hearst in polial ranks of "their friends the enem)." II

belong to the anti-drainage advocates *
anders to the lowest instincts and campaigns. Of course our republican i
T William Randolph Hearst spent the Hon. T. Albert hare stood the tet for ,
f. passions in order to arouse one setof friends know nothing about these And now comes oref 50 7111
The only negro elected on the republican 256272.22 in the effort to capture ad are Ulll la the lead. Their aUot t I
Americans against their fellows ennings-generally an acknowledged of ,their Iro
of money in political campaigns I IThe certainty growth aacomnoaJy
ticket at the late
the governorship of New York. It candidate for Urge yield* of delicious rezeUbJe* aal .
or that other creature equally base,, insurance company's books and j dministrative governor beautiful flowers Bfttt
,make them the
election was counted out by a republican ,
is evident that Hearst has more money -
.. but no baser, who in a spirit of greed rust company's books, if made public of Florida, who being duly prodded, ;k reliable and the mo t popular trtrf ,
board and the judgship for than sense.-Apalachicola Times. where. Sold br aU dealers, ittt/
sathat he "didn't know
or to accumulate or add to an already deposes
would make no revelations along Seed Aanoal free oa request,
which he ran was given to a demo-
Hearst has conclusively shown "
; t it was loaded! -N. B.-At last ac-
huge fortune, seeks to exploit his line. : D. U. FEW 4 CO.. r
crat. He had better move to Philadelphla. his fellow Americans with callous hat he has both money and brains counts Will Ellis has not been heard 0 t tt, .ck. ,

1 _[ 1. .-Apalachicola Times. disregard to their welfare of soul and His campaign will go down In history The Pal atka Times-Herald thinks from. He seems to have been last

f'..,' The American Turpentine and Tai ody." as one of the most wonderful hat when W. H. Ellis shies his castor seen in that Gadsden county shuffle. JC

and brilliant ever witnessed in this .
I company, of New Orleans, was incorporated As under this head the president into the gubernatorial fight many of

t '" to do a tar and turpentine has a good deal to say about sensational ountry- Hearst is one of the few hose now spoken of will take a back Good Suggestion. and I

. business a few days. ago. The capita] newspapers and magazines we people with a barrel of money who isented eat. But, then, the Times-Herald Now, that the election is a thing of I

'I. stock is 500000. The officers are: cannot help believing that his references to the interest of the people lan always was partial to the Gads- history, would it not be a good Ideafor

t Chas. E. Merriweather. secreary and are to Mr. Bryan and Mr. Hearst We confess that we need printers den statesmen.-Pensacola Journal > certain papers to cease their

and he does those gentlemen in abuse of the Broward administration
treasurer; George Gilmer, manager. our bad enough in Ocala but not nearly
pinion, very grave injustice.We A new afternoon daily will soon be and turn their attention to the mat.ter "
bad needed in Madison
so ar: they are
If il arst was not a democrat what are fain to regard those whose printed in Montgomery, Ala. )IontI of advertising the wonderful posbilities 'UNERALDIRECTORS.
For several weeks the Madison Recorder -
a great man he would be in the estimation political opinions we oppose as revoitionists has been so badly "that it is I ornery is progressing more rapidly of our fair state? This is

of his traducers. We hope demagogues and panderers than any city in Alabama with the exption trely a suggestion, of course.-Patka :
Border has been printed so badly that itis .
he will turn a deaf ear to their warn to the baser passions. In the heat ? of Birmingham and Birmingham Times-Herald.
i almost impossible to read it It looks -1-1Ha
ings and like another one once is making more than
say of progress
a campaign some have gone so far.as .
as if it was printed in a blacksmith a full stock of Coffins CukiU
said, "gt;>t thee behind me, Satan, to place President Roosevelt hie.self and city in the south. Takes Enterprising People. &u(1 Burial
hop or over a locomotive smoke Outrtts. Hpecisl'giwn
and go ahead with his work of political in this class, and indeed, aUor Towns are not self-builders. It takes Hurial aerrices.
stack.; It gives outsiders a very poor That Kentucky man who has been people to build a town and
redemption. e&tttprisg -
nearly all of our pubuic men have i impression of the town in which it sleep for ten years doubtless belongs business men at that- Embalming to Order
had to submit to this kind of censure. ] -.
is printed. to i that class of citizens who expects inner. --- ----
Take heart ye dram drinkers who t. Jefferson, Mr. Adams, Mr. Lincoln -
I to> se the tariff revised by its friends
would be cured of the ever present and all of our later public men Caruso and his friends seem to 1

X' and all consuming thirt for ilquor. ive had to accept this kind of criticism think the crowd that was present onthe It would be a pity to. wake him up The lone socialist In the Florida Jerry Burnett

Drink buttermilk, plenty of it, and as the wage of running for public first night of the tenor's appearance Houston Post ;islature will not be allowed ,

upon 'the authority of a Chicago physician office.. in public in face of his reported Mayor Tom Johnson has triumphed to act in that body

you will be cured.Madison We confess that owing to the dis- immoral behavior was a vindication crer twenty-three injunctions and fi .disturbed Mr. John A. Ora.hun. Merchant

"Enterprise. torted. picture given of him we formed and an endorsement of his innocence nally secured a three-cent street carfar" the defeated democratic aa41-

1 a very great misconception of Mr. I But nothing is more popular than a'public for Cleveland. With twenty- date of Manatee county, is gotag totry

The Gainesville Sun intimates that Hearst but after reading what the hanging. The fact that theyare three decisions in his favor it was and oust him. Tiloring.j

Ex-Governor Bloxham will be a can- illanthropist Nathan Strauss, and popualr and largely attended "skid oo" for his opponents.-The Arcadia has grown In taiMe

didate for the governorship in 1S08. others who were near him had to say, 1 is in no sense a vindication of thectim's (mnioner.Bonrke Tal.ues Ocala Florida.
from *:a CW In 1*
to IMMI4
Floridians have delighted to honor we saw what a grevious wrong had innocence but people are attracted -

Governor Bloxham and there is no b(>en done him. to lynchings and public exetions Cochran, so rumor says, I In 1906. This takes the e k ,-Lake If'in.t ll rt andDOIn@stic -
City Index.
reason to doubt that their love for Why should Mr. Hearst who is merely to satisfy a morbid curiosity presented his bride with $300,000.() Cloths. .

the old war horse has diminis C\J.-. himself a rich man, endeavor to stir It may have been so In Caruso's Don't blame her, she was worth. the Texas Is growing- mere._teaa a

Apalachicola Times' j up strife against the rich?. .case. :ce.-Apalachicola Times. Itnte In the Union aay


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they are the worst enemies of the tentlon. The exercise of a judicial cut.1illg In this term all Industrial edu I cry as be treats funds obtained under

l ction, from that which fits a man tofaj 'the internal laws. There Independence. It the flection becomea
PRfSIDfNrS MfSSAG [ cause they profess to advocate just as spirit by a disinterested body representing : revenue habit

the purveyors of sensational slander In the federal government such a good mechanic, a rood carpenter should be a considerable increase In fares and if tbe Insurrectionary

F newspaper or magazine are the worst as would be provided by a commissionon o" ',:aekraiib to that which: fits a nan I bills of small denomination<. lYrmU- becomes confirmed on the Island it U

to the Ocala Banner- : enemies of all men who are engaged la conciliation and arbitration would *o do the greatest engineering f?:;t. slon should! be given banks If necessary absolutely out of the question that the

Special The skilled mechanic the skilled workrrnn. under settled restrictions to retire Island should continue laHpeedeat' ,
an honest effort to better what U I bad: tend to create an atmosphere of friendliness
D. C Dec. )
Washington, .-President ami the United States, wbtea hes a-
tech amount
In our social and governmental condi and conciliation between contending can best become such by their circulation to a larsr
. Roosevelt in his annual message aimed the )KHWwhtp tfre tae ttf.
tlons. neat I Industrial education. The I far ;:an three million a month.
again urges the enactment ol. reaching usefulness of institutes of Ills*! work for Cube/a cares a* a aatloD. -
Corruption Is rife ia Our Ontlylns; .0..10"

: never so as communities Control of Corporations.It i

t a law prohibiting corporations rom I II where the demagogue anti the cannot too often be repeated that rL'nology, and schools of twines or of i i I most earnestly hope that the bill to would again tare te iahrWse

t< to campaign funds. 1 He : is universally: acknowledged I! and to see that the goTenuaeatmana WIN
contrlbutlsff Mgltator bear full sway because la experience has conclusively shown the engineering now provide a lower tariff for or ele abo-

alia urges the passage of the measure I acts Communities all moral bands beoiac Impossibility of securing by the actions and no less far reaching! lute free trade In Philippine pnxluen .I IB MM* orderly fatataa M t*

conferring upon the government f the Lksencd, and hysteria and sensa- of nearly half a hundred different state 1* the effect of a good building or,mechanical will become a law. No harm will com* secure the safety of. life aad ,.,.I".,

I right of appeal In criminal cases on tioualis-.n replace the prit! of sound legislature anything but ineffective trades school :t textile or to any American Industry anil while Tae flit (..f._....

.. [ questions of law. Continuing, 1prc3.dcnt e judgment and fair dealing! as between chaos in th? way of rivaling with tgreat watchmaking or engraving school.In there will be some small but real material Tbe coad tnternatieaal riaM-

says: possible we should he'p I benefit to the Filipinos the main Anlericmn republics held laoo .
man and nan. In sheer remit against corporations:; wLich: do not operate every
I c nu 't tO strongly urge the pas- the squalid anarchy thus produce men exclusively wIthiu the limits of the wageworker who toils with i his benefit will come by the sho.g: made in the years 1UD1-OS. provided far

a, gl) of t.e: hill In qu tJon. .\ failure are sure in the end to turn toward any any one state. In some method whether hands and who must (we hope In a as to our purpose to do all in our power the holding at the third coaferaaa

to pass it will result In eriou.Iy ham- increasing measure) also' for their welfare. withla Iand raejsUtted Ellis
leader who can restore order and then by a nltionallicene law 1 or in other constantly
pet n? the government In Its effort to toil with his brain. Under the constitution Porto Rican Affair fixing ef the time sad and ft* a
their rcli( f at being free from the f ia fashion, we must exercise and that at
obf.i n justl -e. eteeLtliy against arrangements for the east re.tre to tat ,
date far the national legislature can do but American citizenship si .ud: be cou
tolerable burdens of class hltroo.'i: an early a more complex'
'rdt1\! individuals or corporations for bis welfare ferred on the citizens of Porto Rico. governing board et tbe lareea af
lence cad demagogy is such that they control than at present over these great little of direct importance
wL do wn>u;. and may also prevent American rape iIka, roaiprteed ef alit
cannot for same time be aroused to Indignation corporations control that will. among save where he Is engaged in work The harbor of San Juan in Purto Rieo

,I tho: fc."cniwcut from obtaining justice against misdeeds by neu of otbur things prevent the evils of excessive which permits it to act under the interstate should be dredged and improved. Th representatives of ell tae itaartasn ')

f<>r n. r,''?orders who are not theieel' overcapitalization and that will commerce clause of the constitution expenses of the federal court of Porto nations la w.& That beard 1
wealth that
',!to effectively to contest so they permit a new tbe duty teapossd at-,nIt i
t a cawhat ; dlscbarfed
I Rico should be met from the federal
growth of the very abuses whi h were compel the disclosure by each big corporation and this is cne reason why ,
tho judgment of an Inferior with marked fidelity trod fains
In part responsible for the original out of its stockholders and of I its so earnestly hope that both the legislative I treasury. J
court has I Ixvn agalast them. I tinalteedt of the : H-t'fro 11. taking care and won the loarti >minvitattoa t
I whether and branches
break. Teo properties and business, owned judicial government
ill iu view recent decision one hope fer success four of the United atatee af Bra
a j
} I this clause of The needs of Hawaii are peculiar.
directly or through subsidiary oraiiiuted will construe
l" a tiitmt judge leaving railway people lies In a resolute and fearless eorr.r' lons. This will toad the constitution In the broadest pos Every aid should be given the i island xil the eoofwenc wee held at Ma dN
without but srre :v.d co 1 headed advance Iran tae Hi of
for viola- Janeiro
remedy cootinulng
fUlloIlIt and our efforts should be unceasing to
of inordinate
to to ie securing ble manner.
put a stop
ertaln ealletllabor along the }path marked out last yea? to the 2Mb of hut Wmj
tluu of a s# statute. favored individuals at Develop them along the lines of a community July August
profits by
by this vex'/ i -. res.. There must 1 1a b*> The Fanner.
The IwtNrt! ;:.uce of exacting Into law ; ; of small freeholders! : out c of subjects ef routawa inasreet to eft aat
of the
the whe her ,ever whose welfare
expense The only other
stern ref".ss! to lo misled into following persons
the tu'ulIr bill In question h farther American nations were diaeaaaat af
pili public. the stockholders or the wageworkers. Is as vital to the welfare of the great planters with cooly tilted ee-
eitorat; 11 -eature who!
mi re:iwsl by the fact that the goverument e c tN the .... aad the eauim1llb
Oar effort should be not so te3.
whole as is the welfare of the
appeals and .'iders ti tl-j.lowest instincts embodied af
1 baa now definitely be un a p- Alaska. reached In t eerie iluttoas
much to prevent consolidation as such, the tillers of the soil
policy of resorting to the criminal law and juo,ior: In order to arouse but to supervise and control ito as wageworkers are Alaska's needs have been partially and proposed ronv at1naa> l

:I In tbo*e trust and lutHstate coiuinerca one set of Aiao iC.. Against their fel ; see so that it results in no harm to the the farmers. in met but there must be a complete reorganization be laid before yea apea aW eaeaasf af
Several factors must co-cperate
j cases wheN such a course offers a reasonable laws or that other creature equally] of the governmental system the final report ef the Aaavteaa aaagatee. >

base but uo briar who iu a spirit ofgreed people.Combination. the improvement of the farmer's condition .
I chance of t>ucces.. ,
I have before indicated to
of capital. like combination as you.I
the chance
lie must have to
I or to accumulate or add to ail 1Tfl9..
Proper t'** uf luJ uDctlons. : of labor is a necessary element! of ask four especial attention to thi .
already hue fortune seeks to exploit be educated in the widest possible I bUtt Just retormad fraai a toa> tf
In toy last message I suggested the cur present industrial system. It is Our fellow citizens who dwell on tbe
his fellow Americans with vllous disregard sense in the sense which keeps ever in Panama and shall repeat ta fafJ at
1 taactawQt of a law in connection with not possible completely! to prevent i it shores of Puget sound with characteristic
. to their welfare of soul and view the intimate relationship betwnen I length later ou tile waole eabjattaf Mat
'. the I.*uauce of injunctions attend ju body. The who debauches others and if it were possible such complete the: theory of education and the facts energy are arranging to bold In Paaaaia[ csnaL

having been sharply drawn to the matter man )reveu'' would do damage to the Seattle the Alaska-Y'non-Pacltlc ex:
In order to obtain a high office stands of life. The1..1,.* t..v*.tl...
by tbe demand that the right of applying body politic. What we need is not position. This exposition in Its par-
evil of with Organization has become necessaryin The Abjedras ceeveattoa, which we
on an equality corruption
Injunction* In labor cases vainly to try to prevent all combination has poses and scope should appeal not oaly
the business world and it accomplished
tale United ta6.s waN
the who debauches others for signed by M ae
I should be wholly abolished. It is at man bat to secure such rigorous and in the worldof to the people of the Pacific slope, bet
much for good by mot of MM of Kates* ae
financial and when hatred Is powers ,
I !rest doubtful whether a law abolishing profit of
adequate control and supervision to the people of the United States at
labor. It is no less necessary for tered.s taw ,. coarvattoa ef
sown the crop which springs up can I pre
I altogether the tare of Injunctions the combinations as to prevent their lnre.
be evil. farmers. Such a movement as the 1.L !+). which was ahe .i>a 4 bosh bftb
In such CUM would ttaud the test of only !injuring tht pu'Iic or existing In such Rights of .UJ u..

the court, iu which case of coun, the The plain people who think-the mechanics form as inevitably to threaten Injury grange movement is good In itself and Not only must we treat all nations Unjtwl States aad a aMjarttr ef

farmers workers is capable of a well nigh infinite further the RorofMia pow ta. Tale free.If
: legUUtlonoM t>e Inetl'CUye.Iore for the mere fact that a combination fairly but we must treat with justice
extension for good so long as it is confers 1 eeeaaMselairlfbH
hand the whom upon us equal
with held to
I Iwlleve it would lw wrong alt )- or men has
over, secured practically complete control and good will all immigrants who come
American traditions dear who love kept to its own legitimate business. with all Karoyeaa eeaatrtes awl
getter to prohibit the use of InJunctIons are of a necessary of life would under here under the law. Whether they are
their and try to act decentlyby The benefits to be derived by the association do** not entail a etasjle ebll.dun of
It U criminal to permit sympathy any circumstances show that such Catholic or Protestant Jew or cent lie,
of farmers for mutual advantage kind an, and I mraaetiy tIt
to themselves any open
i their neighbors-owe It
for criminal to weaken our combination was to be presumed to be whether they come from England or
j to remember that the most damaging are partly economic and partly may lw mUljr ratifed
hand In I'phwMin' tb hw. end if adverse to the public interest. It i is Germany Russia Japan or Italy matters

I men sewn t3 l sirvr lfe! or proxrty blow that can be given popular unfortunate that our present laws sociological. : nothing. All we have: a right to .1...

by mod! \.lu'-nw! tl!:riv a'o'.1i bt no iiapalrtneri government is to elect an uuwortliy should forbid all combinations instead Irrigation and Forest Preservation. question Is the man's conduct. If be The dmtruetion of the Ittbtlef U-

and sinister agitator on a platform of Much is now being done for the tad for seals by pelagic Mettas ttMcootinnm.
of t!'* power of t!.. tnrts 1 tidal cf sharply discriminating between is honest and upright in his dealings
states of the Rocky mountains and
TIle aetwrldlaj
\ I irli !- "u !:i t'%? uj :*t buniuiuryand violence and hypocrisy. those combinations which do good and with his neighbor and with the state, bred which
: great plains! through the development to the mad .
la U T4
eftc the wi *'II!, !tl.ct s> Railroad Etuplojees' Hours. those combinations which do evil lie- Hue y bf u
then he is entitled to and
of the national policy of Irrigation and respect you
far H! !I. ) !; t1 ;"' .. ;' ,f the pn\"er: I call your attention to the need of bates, for instance are as often due to treatment do need to ton of the coogreM, aamtwfwdOff -t."
Especially we
forest preservation. No government ) and the .
ilioi:'.: ." ." '>' -r.f.;; som? passing the bill limiting the number of the pressure of big shippers (as was which aecortNag to earvey
remember to the
,' policy for the betterment of our internal our duty stranger of both .\..' and CaaadeiacommiAatoaeH
: l'.!!, hours of of railroad
':I'h :I : employment em fchown in the Investigation of the
within It I Is the mark;
conditions has been more fruitful our gates. sure In aauuaUd
1 r ill i I.. ; :-, of good than this.Divorce. of a low civilization a low morality, to ,( )}.( ., ba BOW ta redaeod to
of and I can conceive of no serious shown since the of
of tb' :uju toM inwaleace one by investigation
abuse or discriminate against or In anyway ; about 1S1.))). Thin rwioit has beeabroufrbt
crime aui >n : u* .:" ub.n'e all to tl e objection to it. Indeed so far as tue tobacco and sugar trusts) as to tlis 1. ;bl tloD. humiliate such stranger who has
about Csiutttsa sad
epidemic oc dyad Lug and mob violence It is in our power it should be our aim initiative of big railroads. Often railroads I am well aware of how difficult ito is by creme
come here lawfully and who I U conducting
other theN
sealing ve M kllHag
that s;>na;s \:p j now la one part of our steadily to reduce the number of hours would like to combine for the pass a constitutional amendment. :
himself properly. To remember
country. uo v iu acoair. Ea 'li seiv of labor with as a goal the general introduction purpo of preventing a big shipper Nevertheless, in my judgment the seal while la the water ilariag unit
this is incumbent on eve.y; American annual to awl frogs tow
tlou. iiv>rtb. south, test or nc:t. has ( of an eight hour day. There from maintaining improper advantages whole question of marriage and divorce
and It is of
citizen cours peculiarly sooth or In e arch of food
Its O.MJ fau.t No keoJau I can with are industries in which it Is not possible ut tha expense of small shippers and should be relegated to the authority
Incumbent on government The of destruction has
wMjm 'w...! it* tiuii jee/ms at the that the hours of labor shouldbe of the general public. Such a combination of the national congress. Thhange every proem M
official whether of the nation
or of accelerated .
recent ar by
fjiui!!. 101'.I'!,ii'-or I .tin. It hoald h? reduced just as there are communities instead of being forbidden by law. would be good from every dun; y .
the several states.
b:> ta I:_C.J its owu bliortcoiu' : not far enough advanced for sucha ] should be favored. In other words. 1 It standpoint In particular it would Le aPro o a o .

!,;,'. To deal with the crime of movement to be for their good. or. i ifn should lie, permitted to railroads to good because It would confer on the I am prompted to say this by the vt t l in pelagic .

l'tlr-'yi.u It U naves :rj" to have au the tropics so situated that there is I Ito make agreements provided these agreements congress the power at once to deal attitude of hostility here and there assumed Suitable repreeentatteM rr rM

u\:aiujvd public console; :.ce and i to analogy between their needs and were sanctioned by the interstate radically and efficiently with polygamy; toward the Japanese in thin : th incident bar b. d

'u' i-iii this: by wJr.tever le.islat outS in this matter. On the isthmus commerce commission and were and this should be done whether or country. This hostility is sporadic and !! government o Japan, a we aw j

s1i:.1.! :.: i.1: 1 *'!*fU sad eertaisty I ia of Panama, for Instance the conditions published. With these two conditions not marriage and divorce are dealt; is limited to a very few places. Nevertheless sure that all practicable aieesarau w1
it is most discreditable to taken by that to
for l':1! : : or Vat law. When we : are in every way so different cornjilied with it is impossible to see !. with. It Is neither safe nor proper to U8as b eDt Jf f

from whit they are here that an eigLt what harm such combination could leave the of polygamy to bo a people and it may be fraught any rocurream of outrage.
,: '.: I' :: Lui: : ;; t'.et ffi)r? U! uetfskary : a question
We have rebued efforts
.\ ..re,:t m:1Ul white: usea aroIj hour diy would be absurd, just as it do to the public at large. ealt with by the several states. with the gravest consequences to the h o t' -
with Great )*it.
nation.I secure an agreement
'L.\l. I lilt the erinit' !i-J peculiarlyfns.u..it 13 absurd so far as the isthmus is concerned inheritance AntI Income Tax. Merchant Marine. :
cannot be ask fair treatment for the Japuuene aln Co adequate protecttoa tar wail
white labor
btac taen. TaotfnMtfM where The national government has long; call o )
: i.i: iect, U Let me once again the attention
; and aeotiatioaa with for
I would ask fair treatment for Germans Japea
e\::!::; riure ot !lyachiu? 1 is employed' to bother as to whether thttecessary derived its chief revenue from a tariff of the congress to two subjects concerning as lt ia
work Is done by alien black I or Englishmen, Frenchmen Ku- t swage PU a program
: by black oa imports and from an internal or ex befOfE.
the prr'era.mtn. eapvelaUy which I have frequently
men oJ:t h.' Lrtiwoiw; crime of rape. the men or by alien yellow men. But tau dtax. In addition: to 'these, there is communicated with them. One i isthe I tans or Italians. I ask it as due to !I T law to t protactioa e taw the

mot .t'- .I'--uaVJe all! the category wageworkers of the United States are every reason why, when next our system question of developing American humanity and civilization. I ask it as I III within ta*arad jorhaltetlaa revWea e and
United State
that alike from the due to ourselves because we must act
than murder. of so high a snide of taxation revised, the national '
of criaui.i"! wotve shipping. I trust that a law embodying I amendment
and from uprightly toward all 1 men. I recommend
it feeds merely industrial standpoint government: should impose a graduated
La" :il>s,> ** 'lowa by in substance the views or a major I .
It should be our: to the congress that an act be Srcu.d Csrere.ee.In
the civic standpoint 185.
and wneti mobs begin to lynch inheritance tax and if possible, a graduated of the views expressed in the report
upon extend the object to do what we can in the directIon Income tax.I part passed specifically providing! for the I my J message I adrleed yea
speedily before the
for ttn-y on this subject laid
and lynch of securing the general observance am well aware that such a subject naturalization of Japanese wbo come I that the emperor of fteseia bad 1
Bfbetv o: their operations house at its last session will be passed
that of an eight hour day. : this needs long cud careful study In here intending to become American cit the Initiative In briagiag ab second
for many other kinds of crimes, so It seems to me that the proposed measure
are not Let me again urge that the congressprovide order that the people may become familiar izens.: One of the great embarrassments I peace conference at Hague.
two-thlrda of the lynchlags is nearly unobjectionable as any;
Under the guidance of Russia the arrangement
while a considerableproportUHi for a thorough investigation with what is proposed to bedone attending the performance of

for rai{ e at all the individuals lynched Of the conditions of child labor and of may clearly see the xecrrjsity of can be. our international obligations is the of the preiliaiMriM for
of The Currency.I
the labor of women In the United proceeding with wisdom and self restraint fact that the statutes of the United i such a confereaca has bees pregrouoaig

art' iunowut of all crime. States. The horrors Incident to the and may make up their mind: especially call your attention to the States are entirely Inadequate. They I during the p*.t yr. Progress baseessarity

There 1* '"ut one safe rule ia dealing ecoad subject;; the condition of our been tow. to tlwrect
In factories s> : It owlag
employment of young children just how far they are willing to go inthe fail to give to the national government
with Mac men as with white mea laws. The national bank act number of countries to be eaa-
blot currency
or at work anywhere are a matter, while only trained legislators sufficiently ample power through United
It U tbe wine rule that must be applied has ably served a great purpose in aiding suited upon every question that ban
and on our civilization.In can work out the project in necessary States courts and by the use of the
!iu iVallus with rich men : the enormous business development arben. It U a matter of tatkfaetkm
of all precautions exercisedby and to aliens In the
each spite detail But I feel that in the near army navy, protect
uien-that Ito treat mall of the country and within tenyears the American bate
all of
poor employers there are unavoidable accIdents future our national legislators should rights secured to them under solemn that repobUes
whatever bU color his creed or his social there has been an increase In for the Cut time been invited toJoIn
deaths Involved In now ,
and treaties which the law
even enact a law providing for a graduated are of the land.I .
with even banded justiceon from $21.41 to, In the conference.
position circulation per capita proposed
White nearly every line of business connected inheritance tax: by which a steadily increasing therefore earnestly recommend that

his real worth as a man. with the mechanic arts. It is a rate of duty should be put $33.08. For several years evidence has the criminal and civil statutes of the Army ..4 X.rr.

people owe It quite as much to themwlvis I been accumulating that additional legislation It must ever be kept In mind that
treat great social Injustice to compel employee upon all moneys or other valuables United States be HO amended and 8l1d.ed *

as to the colored who race shows to by: or, rather the family of the coming by gift, bequest or devise toany Is needed. The recurrence ofeach to as to enable the president, acting 'war U not merely Jus tillable, but Im-

well the colored man to bear the crop season emphasizes the defects peratlre upon honorable men, upon aa
killed or disabled victim, Individual or corporation. Thereto for the United States government
his life that he deserves such treatment of the present laws. There must honorable nation wbere canonly
entire burden of such an Inevitable be no question of the ethical proprIety which is responsible hi our International peace
There la no question of social equality; be revision of them because sacrifice of
a be obtained the
sacrifice. In other words society shirksIts of the government thus determining soon relations to enforce the right by
or domination Involved. to leave them as they are means to Incur conscientious conviction or of national
whole cost which
of : duty by laying the the conditions upon anygift of! aliens under treaties.
In Judgment the crime rape liability of business disaster. Since welfare.
my death the victim, whereas the injury oones or inheritance should be received.As The Cuban Matter.
should alway* be punished with your body adjourned there has been a The United States navy Is tbe surest
Assault from what may be called the legitimate the law now stands It is undoubtedly Last August an Insurrection broke
U the rase with murder. fluctuation in the Interest on call of which this
as guarantor peat eeuetry
national Income
should be risks of the trade. Compensation difficult to devise a out In Cuba which speedily grew evident

with Intent to commit rape In the for accidents or deaths due in any tineot tax which shall be constitutional.But money from 2 per cent to 30 per cent that the existing Cuban government possess**. I do not ak that we eon-

wade capital crime, at least and the fluctuation was even greater tlnue to Increase our ttary. I ask
It Is impossible
whether absolutely
to the actual conditions under was powerless to quell Thanks
discretion of the court and provisionshould Industry I and if possible it.. during the preceding six mo! hs. The merely that U be maiBteiaeil at tie
Is another
is carried on question to the preparedness of our naty. Iwas

be mad by which the punishment which that industry desirable. The first secretary of the treasury had to step present strength and this ran be deadly
Is most certainly
of the : able immediately to tend enough
may follow:! Immediately upon should be paid by that benefit portion of which purely income tax law was passed bythe I In and by wise action put a stop to the ships to Cuba to prevent the situation: If we replace the ofasaiete ead outworn

tbe necU of the oTeuse.Xa community .for the congress In 1S61. but the most important I most violent period of oscillation.I from becoming hopeless and I furthermore ships by new as d *d oars tae

policy can beInwKinwl the Industry Is carried oa-that is, by of afloat la 11ItOp
more khortslghteil! law dealing with the subject do not press any especial plan. Various dispatched to Cuba the secretary nuts any oar .

than In the fancied Interest those who profit by the Industry. Ifthe was that of ISO 4. This the court held I I plans have recently been proposed of war and the assistant secretary bulMifig aeax bar ode y'am'' lasses

of oue ( .\' to prevent the education entire trade risk Is placed upon the to be unconstitutional by expert committees of bankers. that for that year tae say haw beeklaeteeol
of state In order that
they might
of author class The white: man if employer he will promptly and properly The question is undoubtedly very 1n.tricate. Among the*plans! which are possibly of fvrwanl.la .
with the situation tee
I"'IH will c'ocllue to allow ticlKr add It to the legitimate cost of production delicate and troublesome. The feasible and which certainly should grapple on both the army sail dill MY' tb.ee

: ** Iu a mass to grow to man and assess It proportionately I decision of the court was only reached receive your consideration Is that repeatedly round. te uriwmt B MI that everjrtaiagsbookt pa.1'1
In accordance with the so called
h**! :itl wmm-.ihood without edua.n upon the consumers of his commodity.It by one majority. It is the law of thel1nd brought to your attention ibythe Platt amendment which wa embed be dove to BMiataia rae 1It."t

tkm Is therefore clear to my mind thatthe and of course is accepted as suchand present secretary of the treasury fttaadard for tae pereoaael anae ill se
I thereon
led in the constitution of Cuba.
".', -a.t.er. ut Mrrc UUeontent. law should place this entire "risk loyally obeyed by all good citizens.I, the essential features of which have pI'dI6 tae eaacen and the aattatml .
) proclaimed a provisional tavern'ent
Iii .! ',.:i,.a wltU Into labor and ciItal ;)- of w a trade" upon the employer. Nevertheless the evidently I been approved by many prominent for the island tbe secretary ofwar 1 dv not better taat la any ai111ltr

with the! questions uuvctSiig bot'jconvmitioiw Capital and Labor Disputes. felt by the court as a whole in coming bankers and business uien. According acting! as provisional co\'er.lor until there is a er hOOt ofa&d emRlami u.fs

ami trades unions thereis Records show that during the twenty to a conclusion when considered together to this plan national banks should be of Jaator othtoN taaa ft lair ta
he could be replaced by Mr. lagoon
vile matter uore l important to remember years from Jan. 1. ISSl. to Dec. :31. with previous decisions on the permitted to Issue a specified proportion the late minister to Panama and governor INth the stay and the ... awMfe.

thau aught el>v. and that Is 1000, there were strikes affecting 117- subject may perhaps indicate the possibility : of thalr capital hi note of a givenkind of the canal zone on the bthaius. tBe atartae aeiae

the Infinite harm done by preachers or ro>p I establishments and 6.105,094 employees of devising a constitutional Income the issue to be taxed at so high Troops were sent to support them and West I'otat sad Aaaej iaa aawed

discontent These are the men were thrown out of employ tax law which shall substantially a rate as to drive the notes back whenqot turn out ei aVat eaVef, We da lilt
mere I to relieve the navy, the expedition WIng
who stk to excite a violent class hatred ment. During the same period there accomplish: the results aimed at The wanted in legitimate trade. Thisplan handled with moat satisfactory .1 to bswe these l4tlbetsil tmtwkiela.Ilc.

asalust all men of wealth. Theyseek were 1.003 lockouts] Involving nearly difficulty! of amending the constitution would not permit the issue of speed and efficiency. Peace has com Oa the .o.tsiwr, w. 'I1W

wise and proper movements 10,000 establishments throwing over Is so great that only real necessity can currency to give banks additional profits never bwe Mpid of tart faet aatt Iaim
to in the island and the barre ting of the
for the better control of corpora- 1,000,000 people out of employment jjustify a resort thereto. Every effortshould but to meet the emergency present of eats wheal te ta aam outman a

tiouH and for doing away with the These strikes and lockouts Involved an be made in dealing with this ed by times of stringency.I sugar cane crop, the greet crop of tisland. who shall be above eeeiftaiageUe
When tbeelection
Is about to proceed. I
abuses connected with wealth into r. estimated loss to employees of $207- subject, as with the subject of theproper I not say that this is the.right system. a o btiag a aa.
has been held and tbe new I
of hysterical excitement and 000,000 and to employers of $143.000- control by the national government I only advance it to emphasize There ftbeuftl be M I posse latbe
campaign Inaugurated !hi peaceful
for the
which the aim U to inflame total of 430,000.000. The public over the use of corporate wealth my belief that there 13 number of atea far oar west uV
faUehood lu 000. a which! shall and orderly fashion the provisional I
the brutal passionsof directly and Indirectly probably in interstate business, to devise !legislation adoption of some system tt"8Se21. These BHM taoaat be af tberifBt
to IUltdn(H suffered automatic and to all sound government will come to an end.
demagogues bss. which without such action shallattain be open sad trataeO. ltbere
additional aa
type pfeeer
mankind. The sinister as great II
The United States wishes nothing ofCuba
to avoid all possibility
desired end but If this failsthere banks so as
always the ,
and fooliiih visionaries wbo .are Many of these strikes and lockouts sboaM tfagrofafe be Mef "IfM"
discrimlnatlou and favoritism. except that it shall prosper morally
campaign occurred had the will ultimately be no alternative for tvruta sidled .
to undertake such a would not have p:1r.ties pay wee'
eager The law should be amended so as and materially and wishes nothingof
seek to asoclate toappear to a constitutional amendment. I !la aW t loIt
of destruction sometimes to the dispute been reared specifically to provide that the funds of Cubans save that they shall beable ciaHj e& araakrf.aheJk ,

themselves with those workingtor before an unprejudiced body Industrial Training.. derived from customs duties may betreated to preserve order among themselves be apple rtotea tot pesssit tIwpa

In governmental representing the nation acd. fate toface Our Industrial development depends their be aawsed ta body aiparaVe4arl 8111.sv.1 \aaaBMfePt.
a genuine reform by the secretary'of the treas- and therefore to preserve

and social methods and sometimes In reality mas- state ,the reasons for their ':- [ largely upon technical education in- I Ij ---.--- t i lllu .uc

quertde as such reformers.




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the age of 56 years, Mrs. Mary She is Pearl June Higginbotham
Bohl Lindner, wife of Carl W. Lind Lives at Rialto, on the Shore of

the Caloosahatchee River.
ner, M. D., of Anthony, Fla., passed ROCiCHACAMiCCOOCO
How She Impressed Flor-
away from this life to the one be-
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yond. >. ATlAKTA (, j
On the trip to the Everglades the k
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She was born Watertown, 0.;

latter part of September the party of
married in 1SC9 and moved to Florida

legislators! and newspaper men received -
in 1882, making this her home
a salute from the shores of the

ever since. Caloosahatchee from a- young lady $ Red Rock Ginger Ale
r In the character and life of Mrs. Lindner \
i dressed in red. With the back groundof
.was portrayed the highest type of
thick-set foliage, she madea 1i, t 'IrNI I IINM other
womanhood. Her altar was her home green r stands out among all drinks as an ri'f

pretty picture. The newspaper men, h
: and at this shrine she worshipped
,, nay, even Governor Broward, spokeof j $ : exceptionally high-class article.
with all the devotion of her nature. pure, ;
this Goddess of the Everglades
By a life of self-denial, devotion to and could informa- It has the active endorsement of the most ethical medical r4t
as none give any
duty and love of humanity, she so and is home drink for all
tion as to her name, she was imme- men widely prescribed as a

1; nothing purified but her the being love that of God at shown the end in diately transcribed as the "Myster i 4 ; '_ P people suffering from the various forms of indigestion. ,

ious Girl in Red." the f. a.
:f her face. All who came in contact When newspaper t x a lryi t' Look for: R.ed Roclt Crown Stopper on Bottles I

. men got home and wrote of theE
with her felt the influence of her

gentle, earnest nature and were ? rglados' trip they had much to I I.1.y '1 r s tp 1 ON SALE -'T. ALL GROCERIES, ETC.. AND ON DRAUGHT AT rL.al'-ILA. S r' *
of the myth of the Caloosa. I MM
\ made stronger by having known her.
t Monday the St. Petersburg Inde-
r Other. it can truly be said, "The
pendent received this kind letter
world is a little colder, because her
! which dissipates all the mystery and P i* I i "
ceased to it little
, heart has warm ; a
shows the "Mysterious Girl in Red"to COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida. Manufactured by THE RED ROCK
darker, because the light of her life
be as beautiful in thought as she
has gone out. -
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We turn away from her grave with is In features:
"Will you be so good as to send
bowed head and blinded eyes, but I

from out hearts go up a song of tri me the consecutive issues of your Miami, Fla., Dec. 5, 190G.( The supreme court of the United ALL M: '1I. '('b 11'1'1011' 1'.l l'.I Hit l\ till I \ < I
I have found
umph, that such a life has been lived charming paper-which To Florida Editors: States may be called on to decide
singularly interesting-viz: September 4
a life that has only helped and The past year has been a very pros whether a railroad company may issue

strengthened others."M.." 7, containing an interesting ac- perous one and we have much to be transportation in exchange for advertising
count of your Everglade trip, whichI 'OURCLUB
thankful for, but there is one class of in newspapers, according to LISTj.ILL
... Brooches, with diamonds, pearls, very much desire to send to some
our citizens that are not blessed, and an anonuncement made by the Chi-
ets. The finest In the city, "all new." of your northern editor friends, to
if they have anything to be thankfulfor cago, Indianapolis and Louisville
Weihe, The Jeweler. x reproduce as it is written in such.a
it is for being choked, beaten, (Monon) railroad. A test case is to ,

I Still For comprehensive and charming style- kicked, stamped, etc.: This is the be made in Illinois, or rither, an op- I 1,L'ItS'R11'TIO.\,41'.11.181,1: /V I/M 1irrw I 1\ tI9 ./
Bryan. and will give a half-tone idea of the
class known as "lunatics," confined in portunity will ,be given to the inter-I
"Do still adhere to the standard
you -to usmomentous Everglade situ ;' M'f-"I j11
our asylums, which should be -places state commerce commission to
of Colonel Bryan? asked a ation. An indeed, are we prayerfully
of refuge, but those who are confinetl the courts pass on the commission:
i Washington Herald reporter of Con. grateful to the great hearted editorof ,
there once would rather go to hell ruling that nothing but money ran WEEKLY
gressman James, of Kentucky."I the Independent for his pointof-
than to go back as an inmate if they be lawfully accepted in payment f.r
am for Bryan, first, last, and vintage, in behalf of our tremulous,

all the time, and am here to advise lovely Caloosa valley. Also will you were so very fortunate as to get out. transportation. Vg 't, :1-: OCALA WEEKLY BAN'XEK and l Ti.- *.
Ask most any one that has everbeenan Shortly after the new rate law went
you that he is going to be swept be so kind as to send copies of Oct. \\ t'pkh' JarkMouvill? Timew-rui um trir .i.
inmate of an asylum. Florida is into effect the question arose as to .
into the White House the
by greatest C, as I am very much interested in
no worse than those in other states.I whether a railroad could continue toI I t'i VE! OCALA( WEEKLY HA X NEK Tlin
popular wave ever recorded in our helping you "solve "The Mysterious :] sail Thi
wish call the attention of all issue for '
to transportation newspaper
history-a wave that will inundatethe Girl in Red." 11ft j a-Week New York World, 0IIe ,fir . .$1.
and liberal citizens It before
to advertising. the
public spirited came commission -
G. 0. P. until it is doubtful whether Really, I should be grateful for this )

t it can ever be resuscitated. What, pro-Everglade trip; did it nothingmore their unhappy lives and hard lot. Per and the body decided that Ji: THE' UCALA \nEKf.YXXER and Tli- Wrcti

let me ask you, is the cause of the than re-establish my faith in ye haps some will say, as one did that under the law only money court oe \ Atlanta Constitution, ODe j ar, . . ..f1.MI .
"hey deserve all the punishment they accepted. The justice of this rulingwas
Roosevelt popularity? It is purely and editors.
not .
get. seen legal departmen'of
tt simply this: He has taken hold of As I am actually so absurd as to

the principles and doctrines of William once more entertain the belief that One of the most prominent south- the Chicago, Indianapolis ana k Jlll--Weekly Journal, owe ytw . . f 1.1

ern senators died in one asylum. His Louisville railroad, and George Krttz- :
Jennings Bryan. Roosevelt is some of you have cardiac pulse andI I : l riE:: OCALA "'EEKI.YXXEK and The I'
lauded for the son was confined at Chattahoochee inger, general counsel, and E. ( .
advocating very things to thank from the
' t.'i't caused Bryan to be branded as am going you and badly beaten, so I am told. Field, general solicitor of the road, I Lt 3 !llCllll l' (IV.. J. Bryan's Paper,) one y'rur..sl.
warmth of my heart .in behalf of the
Two of our most prominent lawyers wrote to the interstate commerce I
an anarchist, such as the war on "Mysterious Girl in Red," for the ,\jj THE OCALA WEEKLYXXEK and The Tt
trusts ?nd taxation of inheritance." have been inmates at Chattahoochee, commission and gave their construc-

white rose petals that shower her and another rceently died in the asylum 1 t.n of the law backed by decisions of [1'1 Blade ( Weekly) one year . . . .$U
enigmatic on-through the bou-
President Roosevelt, with a charming at Milledgeville, Ga. the courts.
quets of the courtly and brilliant THE OCALA WEEKLY BAXM3K and Tbe St
pretense of innocence, wants the One of our most prominent politicians They said they had carefully con-

Florida press. of has sidered the law before Y nab Weekly News, one year . . . .$t.1
sums contributed to the national cam- recent days been an in- the promulgation
Surely, she would say, such silken
paign committee by the various life I mate of an asylum, so I am told. of the rule and under their construction fl
meshes of thought reflect the contactof
insurance companies, and which helped I Two men of very prominent Su- of the law had entered into DAILY.
she would
femininity and congratulate
to elect him to the presidency, returned wannee county families have udied at contracts in good faith with publishers ({
you upon your mothers, wives,
f to the stockholders to whom our asylums, and there is much evi- for the publication of time cards
daughters and sweethearts.
the money unquestionably belongs. ; dence that one was beaten to death. and. other advertisements, such ser- THE OCALA D.U.YXXEU ami The Daily
And again she thanks you.
The president, is he is an innocent I Wishing our good Governor Brow- He told his own brother so before he vices to be paid with a stated sum in V vannah News, one year . . . . $12

party to the transaction, cannot be died. Reader, you may laugh in transportation at the rate fixed bv ratMonon's ,, ) THE
:ard the heighth of success in his OCALA D.II..1"XXEU awl The DaH
too highly nor honorably commended. scorn, bu you know not what is in duly published tariff, which I
i noble effort in our behalf. Indeed is .Jat'k=-'Cll\'ille Times-Union, one year . |l?.
Bliss instance
and for the
Cortleyou flatly refuse to store you.I every was exact e<
he in all of our
obey. the president's wishes on the prayers. appeal to all upon whom God has alent of the agreed price for tG'iY-r! 11\1 THE OCALA DAILY BAXXEK awl The Daily Alhinta
"Sweet Daffodil" goes forward to

ground that to do would be a confes- you under separate cover. With !showered his blessins."so bountifully cation. 'N Journal, one year . . . . .18.
sion of wrong-doing as if the whole to contribute a small amount to The law, the railroad attornej s sanrfwtfere \-. j r;
I best wishes for you and yours... THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and Atlanta Ifciil
country had not already passed judgment give our insane friends a Christmastree in.terms provides that pay- J

on the scandalous transaction :Most respectfully, and thus add a ray of sunshineto ment for transportation shall be in i iI i 1rI3 Journal ( iucladinjz Sunday), ODe yt r..510.(
Yet these are the men and this the Under separate cover the Independent their unhappy lives. Poor prison- I money, and it mfest therefore follow j! R' I'!'"'__.&"'( ---- _1 -

party that pretend to be horrified erswho have committed no crimes, that the freedom of the contract as be- '
1 received a copy of the song ALLtrBWlU [() x PAYABLE i\ Ain.I v/:
over the fact that William Randolph yet seldom get from behind brick "t\"E'en a railroad and an individual! ,
"Sweet Daffodil, written by "June. :
Hearst should spend his own money walls and iron bars. I suggest that we i= precisely the same: as between ot'i-1: I. I
4 "June" is Pearl June Hi; nboth3.t:1.
in his own campaign. set apart one day's work each year er citizens. IT this be true, they wen I| Address All Orders to
The verse is pretty. The chorus
to add a little sunshine to their monotonous on to say, it is difficult to understand I

Turnips, tops and all, make very runs: .. lives the when one does service
at happy and merry 'I( a for a ; THE OCALA BANNER
excellent food for chickens. If you ,Don't you know .
Christmas ;ime.: I suggest and re.1 railway corporation under a contract I

wish to increase your yield of eggsyou Three months ago, quest that Hon. Jno. N. C. Stockton,' I u: ede in good faith and for an agreed I OCA LALORIDA.
How we let our secrets flow; 'I I I'I
'can do it by boiling withan
turnips who is taking a great interest in our consideration admittedly fair that the ,I _

addition of cornmeal in a pot add To your dainty little' heads asylums, act as treasurer and that,,'I parties may not mutually stipulate :I Ii. -

ing a pinch of salt and a pod of red l How you then our fortunes said. >i. .t-.:/ BM'inPTlOXX PAYABLE IX JIJl( \f 1.
all editors act as collectors in their.1 t for the payment in anything but :
pepper. Allow the mess to cool Telling us tobe of cheer I ,
: get ,
respective communities and forwardall L money. j I .
chop Hue and How within another year I
feed clean boards
on sums collected to 3Ir. Stockton, To hold otherwise, tttey urge is to I _.
about two tablespoonfuls We would-be one not to fear. -- -
to each Jacksonville, Fla. I head the list deny the freedom of contract to a

fowl. Never feed more than your 0 daffodil, sweet daffodil with $5.00, and predict that of other particular class which is everywhere thus taking the first step toward a ........................

flock will, clean Tri The "Mysterious Girl in Red" is I construction of the supreme coon of
places do as well as :Miami the I extended as to every other class. The J ATLANTA
bune. now the "Sweet Singer of the Ca- I the United States of the commission's i
.. "Magic City," the- lunatics will have rule as universally stated and upheldby I i
loosa II interpretation of this provision of t BIRMINGHAM
a differeint Christmas from the usual tae court is: _
5 There is one fact as clear now as "
the new railway rate MIL-American
': the noonday sun, if Bryan is nominated Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 24, 1906. one. Crazy folks like good things "What the parties agree shall con Press. CHATTANOOGA i

by the next democratic convention Miss Pearl June Higginbotham, Rialto occasionally, so lets give them a feast stitute payment the law will adjudge +

: N_ it will be brought about by the demands Fla. once a year: I'll give $10.00'next year. to be payment. It is competent for The St. Augustine Record for its J LOUISVILLE

of the common people and not Dear Miss Higginbothaia: Please I speak from dear experience. parties to designate by their con- opposition to the levyi&g of au income f CINCINNATI 1

by the leaders of the party. The so- accept the thanks, not only of my- I appeal to all Florida editors to tracts how and in what payment maybe tax assigns the rcuaa that it .. ,JI.

called leaders are looking for a con self, but of my entire family, for the give space to this article at once or made. It is by no means true that gives a splendid opportunity for perjury CHICAGO

; servative candidate, a man like Parker good wishes and splendid sentiment Trite a better one. payment can only be made in money. What laws shot the door of I.I. I

what can draw support from the expressed for us in your letter, and H. DOVE ALLISON. On the contrary, it may: be made in opportunity in that direction? In every -. -I

east-the moneyed interest of the also accept our thanks for the pieceof property or in services." murder case how naaay lies are :

t east.-Montgomery Journal. music sent by you. SANTA CLAUS, AT BILTMORE. The rule as propounded by the com- sworn to OB the witaess stand? Yet I S Oil iOrll Railway I

?i -' L I shall continue to endeavor to carry mission, the attorneys say, would we cannot abolish the law because

-. k.. much demand m" Kentucky. The i out the project of reclaiming the Will Bear 1,500 Gifts-Mrs. GeorgeW. mean an anomally in the law, in that i some bad men perjure themselves.

r serveces of one, Dock Aubry, were re- Everglades, and protecting the people Vanderbilt Selecting Them. corporations coulddo indirectly what And so, likewise, in larceny cases. I T BEST LINE :

cently sold at Elizabethtown for a of the Caloosahatchee valley from Asheville, N. C., Dec. G.-Mr. and they are prohibited from doing directly. IJtare piled up on lies "t we cannot i i

period of nine months at public auction overflow by the waters of Lake Okee- Mrs. George W. Vanderbilt have com- As an illustration they say: abolish laws against stealing on +

bringing just one dollar. Down chobee. 1 assure you that we were menced preparaticns for the annual "We contract for a given advertisement account of it. You cannot legislatea

.here the services of those' controlled afforded much pleasure by the receipt -Christmas fete at Biltmore House. for six months at $100, which is man good or bad. The good. man I "FLORIIA LIMITED"J t

by the courts bring that much for a of your letter. :Mrs. Vanderbilt has been buying pres- forthwith paid. The publisher con- wilt continue good and the bad man !

single day. ,With kind regards and best wishes, ents for the past several weeks. The currently therewith buys four 1,1.OO bad. The income tax is also called J i
r Yours very sincerely, Christmas tree at Biltmore House mile books, the price being $100, and an inquisitorial

A dear little girl only eleven. years N. B. BROWARD, Governor, will be thirty feet high, and will bear the price just received for the advertisement -[the honest man parsnring tax. WeU.whyshouid a legitimate i i; Msennille 7:45: p. i I

1,500 and all these Mrs. he turns back to the
presents company
i business
old saved
v- a whole family from the object to. an inspection of
A Poor Organ. Vanderbilt will purchase herself. Mrs. for his mileage books. Whether I SLID TWIN .
street in New York the other day. hIs methods? AU laws looking to the
Dam (s) the bile.; That's what your Vanderbilt therefore, the transaction
is doing her in is
shopping consummated -
By her personal effort she raised a liver does if its torpid. Then the bile {collection of taxes are more or less
{ Asheville.The in one way or the other J Finest Dining Car s r.1
fund of $35 and turned the entire overflow s into the blood-poisons equisitorial. You have got to tell the'
your system, causing sick headache, Christmas tree celebration will result is precisely the same." : vice. Bet
amount over to the unfortunate fam- : officers of the law of all Very
'. ily. J biliousness, sallow skin, coated ton'.take place on Christmas afternoon.All The interstate commerce commisSion possessions
for her
noble efforts
gue, sick stomach, dizziness, fainting dd not and swear to it and that it Coaches. Through Pullman -
she employees and all former employees reply; to the letter of Attorneys j
disinterestedly remarked: seems to
spells, etc. Ramon's treatment of us is a little eqoisitorial. "
y "Fergit it!" Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets strengthens of the estate will be invited, as Kretzinger and Field, which Let us have the graduated income Sleepers.
the liver and makes it do its own there will be a present for each one. was dated Oct. 1, and. President

Bob Taylor, senator-elect from work. Prevents and cures these A brass band of twenty or thirty McDoeL of the Monon road, has is- and the inheritance tax. A man who i Local Sleeper to Atlanta

Tennessee in troubles. It aids-doesn't force. Entire pieces will furnish music for the sued orders, it receives the protection of governmentand
a public interview enthusiastically occa- was said, to the J
treatment 23: cents. Tydings passenger is fortunate enough to hare an For rates, root** or resem
favors the nomina sion. A of vaudeville department to
Drug Store. 2 company ar- continue the tkB8, eall on or write
zk' lion of Bryan by the democratic tists from New York will be engaged making of contracts with publishers u< me ought it seems to us, be will-

forces next year. Bob Taylor is always Col. R. F. Rogers, the turpentine by Mr. Vanderbilt to provide en- of newspapers and to issue transportation II g to pay something in return for I JAMES FREEMAN .

in very close touch with the operator of Electra was among Ocala's tertainment for the celebration.For [ in payment for equivalent advertising it. 1 Le fellow who Is not so fortunate f Dist. Paw. .

little common people.. many visitors doing business in thecjty I .. has to pay on what little he does pos Agt.,

'. '. yesterday. any of the ordinary diseases of It is sess. | JACKSONVILLE, 1LoRIDAt44
'Wanted-CoPlea of the Weekly Banner the skin Chamberlain's Salve is expected by the railroad that #

; of October 19, 1906.. Suitable Best selection of watches "all new." cellent. It not only allays the itching ex-- the interstate commerce commission The Courier-Journal remarks it Is ....*.....4.......4.iSflrtr

price paid for same, .* x I[Weihe, The Jeweler x and smarting but effects a cure. will adhere to Its ruling and call on not what congress will do. but

,For sale by .all druggists.- / m the Monon railroad to explain In court whom will congress dot The Jeweler.dent Hit. "att nw"


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i UNCLAIMED SEED BOOK..1 The Florida East Coast railway; I NOTICE.

:, Males. Mr. J. C.; Mathews, Marion county's I iIGflKAHSCoHDm4N DI I
.' company, with commendable and patriotic t.
1. Austin, Andrew. Annual Now Ready spirit, is draining the muck former tax assessor, was transacting ( In the Circuit Court of UM Fifth

t' 2. Brooks, J. B. Distribution. j I business in the city Wednesday and I J' 10I :JudIcial Circuit of Florida in aa4 f.r
lands it and .
adjacent to we are glad I
A'atlo, T. H. ; said that it is about as dry a season :, Marion County-In Chancery.A. .
that nobody is on his ear about it. ';' ; P. Monroe Robert Monroe aid N.
4. Harmon, Bennie. seed book is now as he ever remembers and that it E is I 0" 1 (j
Even the valiant Maj. Alex. St. Clear- I I i McDonald and D. J. ileRadwcs>> u
5. Handy, A. H. This is the retarding the planting of oats and Tnf ONlY+IOiOWII .,.," J
Abrams has not mounted the Trojan I I CURE -. {copartner! doing butee ami.* MMI

C. Hall, Joe. farmer wants and |horse in opposition to it. The brill- other farm work. j SAITS'CK! I w .-. '" 161 ,j I firm name of )Mao<<', HtDeaaW 4
7. Hughes, Jim. makes no difference IH CATTlt r: .:Hi1 f R Co., complainant ".. M. A. Afewa
I Pant Frank Clark, the eloquent Beard, A.OF .
Hon. T. A. Jennings tells the Tampa der, R. Afeiawter., dcfuitiata Or.
8. Jelks, Sylvester. are received, I, f1ANV YEARS T3 fit T"[='tsr !'EIt. >f!O''lit -
9. Johnson, Jimmie. satisfied until they Frank Pope, the logician, the brainy i Times that he is not seeking the ;' MAllIrT AESTDRtsApmrroneiay9i FOR OISAst I'll:STOCK JtntSMAJ6NP Cf Au.kIw S 1CIAI' i, der for Constructive Sarrk.

10. Jones Arthur. it contains bet Hillburn, forceful Charles Dougherty, office of governor. But we infer from T1lGr.MAN; $I IS NGTA FCOD BU:'"Jat.Y'$TOC.ICJN .t> > It is order**! that tIM dnhajauli
and the magnetic Major Healey, are] I' GIVE IT A TRIAL AND SAVl YOUR All'MA& ; herein named to-wit: M. A. ,lltnd .'
11. Miller Tom. information. his remarks that in due season Mr. MICE 25 CENTS J bi
not shelling the woods in opposition FOASALEDYALLRETA5DRUGGISTS; nnurwrtr9: fly 'r and R. / 12. McCrackin, Hugh. Annual, in fact, is Jennings may come into aa accommodating ; are hereby required to appMr to MM
to it and nowhere told that
we are ACKlRHAH8
33. McCrackin. Hugh. a catalogue. It dif-' Barkis state of mind.-Milton : STEWART? m bill of complaint in tltte cases m eM'
the scheme is chimerical and imprac I before
McCloud M. usual seed Index.
14. C. catalogue
ticable. So much, so good. Monday, the 17th day of Dec. 190&I
15. McClysomier, P. it really helps each I I It is further order d that of
: NOTICE a cepf
Brevard county is to be well stock OF APPLICATION TO THE
16. Nelson, Bud. to choose Intel The ex-Countess Boni de Castelanewill GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF | this order be published owe a w *4c

17. Packerson S. P. best suited to his soon wed an American millionaire ed with Chinese pheasants. If the FLORIDA FOR AN AMENDMENTOF for four consecutive weeks' lo te
game warden and hunter will protectthe I Ocala Weekly" Banner a ptrtf pi r i ipublished
14 18. Powell Philip. s. The wise selection and will keep her French chateau THE CHARTER OF THE
birds it is expected that the MARTEL LUMBER COMPANY. In said cooaiy sad ...
t 19. Saunders, Mr. and in bigger, better the finest in France, and her ex-: .I This second day of So...... 1ttM.
county be supplied with pheas- -
20. Saner, 'C. F. The experience gain husband is also booked for a re-mar Notice is hereby given that on the (seal) S. T. 3ISTRPXK i

21. Smith, Frank. of successful seed riage. His too, it is said, will be a ants within the next few years. 7th day of January. 190';', at Tallahassee Clerk Circuit Court Marion OwHHf

2? Thomas Alex. at your/ccmand. brilliant marriage. Boni de Caste- The fruit growers of Volusia county by ,the Florida MARTEL, application LUMBER will be COMPANY made Florida.By G(orf L.fear, !d. C. I

23. Waters H. A. purity and reliability laine hopes to revive the ancient have organized for the purpose of for an amendment to its char locker and DGYaJ.CompJ.aIlWlt' I

"1. Watson, H.V.. in a class! by them I glories; to entertain kings again: His I better handling of the fruit. Mr. H. ter, as follows: islle....., ,..9 ,.

25. Yuli'ams, Allen. known all over the future wife Is widow, a millionaire, B. Stevens, formerly of Citra, now of I 1. That the third clause of the charter
of the Martel Lumber Company NOTICE.
1. Homer, Sam, from : everywhere hat' who owns a chateau in the provinces, Stetson, is president of the new organ be stricken out, and that in lieu thereof -

2. Middleton, J. H. nacre of Ferry, and a splendid hotel in Paris, a yacht, ization.It the following be inserted as the 1)1)6!> taxes are H M? do*.

3. Mohine, Frank, that their seeds racehorses: and has great influences third clause in said charter, to- 1. Taxes are doe and payable oa

Females. on. They know that with the newspapers. is believed that the recent phosphate -,, wit: the first Monday of NotenWr ea.h

1. Mrs. has behind it the decisions of the courts will} "3. The amount of cpatial stock year. I
Arrington, reps will be Two Hundred Thousand Dol. 2. Personal and poll taxes meet be
2. Arrington, Mrs. whose business: stan "We've sworn off on drainage dis- mean much to Jacksonville" as muchof lars, consiting of two thousand paid at the same time that real _&t8

3. Arrington, Mrs. ) } highest: in the trade. duscussion for the time being, but the phosphate will be shipped shares of the par value of one hun is paid on, if the asceatmcn-lg are to

4. Baker, Lizzie. postal to D. M. Ferry can't help wondering why, if the Everglades down the St. Johns river. dred dolalrs each, and that the said the same party.

are not worth draining, the capital stock of the said corporationshall 3. If possible come In person to
Mich. and they will
5. Florida East Coast railway should To the conditionally pardoned con- be paid in as follows: One hundred pay your taxes. Paying by mail or
6. Blacker, Lavih. of their 190 Seed and twenty thousand dollars of through other parties. ia frequently
intention of victs: You'd better be good or the
have just announced its
the stock will be in unsatisfactory.
7. Burke, Mrs. Ema. free. paid by a conveyance -
8. Bumtley, Minn'e. I draining 10,000 acres near West Palm : sheriff will get you.-Pensacola Jour to the corporation of mills, machinery 4. When you come to pay your taxes

Headache. Beach The character of these landsis nal. mules, carts, lands, timber, bring a description from your deed
9. Coly, Mrs. Nancy. No-aids them. Ra identical with those sought to be timber rights, and other property, or latest tax receipt, of what you wiles

10. Darby, Mrs. of Liver Pills and Alexander Dowie, the self-annointed situated in Marion county, Florida. to pay on.
drained by the state-and the very; the just valuation of which has been 5. Don't wait till last few of
11. Miss Angeline. strengthens the liver Elijah III, has gone raving mad. He days
12. Hions Cate. so that they do cheapest parcels to be put on the fixed by the corporators at said sum time to pay, then expect the beet service .
$15,000,000 from the Zionites.
market are priced by the railroad company got of one hundred and twenty thousand either by mail or in person. Tte
13. Johnson, Ella. and fortifies your dollars. rush Is then on and delays are una
14. Josnson, Mrs. future troubles. at $25 an acre. -Lakeland Gold, silver and gold filled crosses, 2. That the fifth section of said voidable. You must take your turnas

15. Jones, Mrs. C. E. 25 cents at Tyd-3 News. "all new." Weihe, The Jeweler. x charter be amended by striking out it comes.

the words "second Wednesday in December You must have your property prop

16. Kennedy, Mrs. CONFER Governor Broward has appointedJohn President Roosevelt has ousted the ," and substituting therefor erly assessed. If you wish to avoid

17. Mitchell, Mamie. S. McFall to be collector of the; words third Tuesday In March." trouble In payment of taxes. The col
Cuban .
IS. Mitch, Mrs. Hattie. EN C E. I Hillsborough county vice Charles E. congressmen.To 3. That the sixth section of said lector cannot alter the valuation or

charter be amended by striking out description of assessments
Morris Ethel. found on
Worth, who on account of failing the Trustees of the Ocala Christian -
therefrom the words and
(; Fanner: figures "fifty the tax books.
20. Sanchez, Stella. Okla., Dec. 5.-The health has failed to qualify. The Tri I Church. thousand: $50,000.00," and substituting E. L. CARNEY,

21. Standley D. D. Conference roin- bune says that the governor appointed I Gentlemen therefor the/ words and figures, 11-9-tf Tax Collector.

22. Sims, Carona. Mr. :McFall before he got the endorsement We want to donate some L. & M. "one hundred thousand $"

23. Walder': Victory. : here today, Mr. of the county executive Paint to your church whenever they 4. That the following clause be GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SETTLE-
of the United States : added as a part of said charter, to- MENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE.
:24.! White, Martha. Department, of In committee. Mr. McFall, however, is paint. wit: "This corporation shall, at its -

25. Smith, Weaona. ad an admirable appointee, or, at least, The largest Methodist church in annual meeting to be held each year Notice is hereby given that on the

::!G. White, Martha an interesting that is what those who know him up Georgia expected to use 100 gallons hereafter, or as soon thereafter as It 27th day of December, A. D.. 1908.
Deep Fork Drainage may be practicable to do so, elect aBoard at the court house In Marion
27. Williams, Mrs. here think about him. ,of the usual kind of paint, they used county
H. M. Wilson, Geo of Directors of the Company Florida the under signed as guardian
:S, Williams, Mrs. !only 32 gallons of L. & M. mixed with
United States Geo each of whom shall be a stockholderof for the minors Katie Mal McIntyre .
G. C. Chester Gillette, on trial for the '24! gallons Linseed Oil. this Company, and the said Boardof and Hellen McIntyre via present my

delivered an address killing of his sweetheart, Grace It costs less to paint a house with Directors to be composed of not accounts and vouchers to the lion.
When to Go more than seven members and not Joseph Bell Judge In and'for
Brown, at Big Lake Moose, New York,, .L. & M. than with other paint, because
From the Buffalo, painter mixes Linseed Oil less than three. Marion county and make my final
"When tired out. go Catarrhal Headaches was convicted of murder in the first fresh from the barrel at 60 cents a (seal) J. K. KELLEY, settlement and apply for final discharge .

you want consolation, go by Nosena. It degree and will be electrocuted un gallon with L. & SI. and doesn't pay 12-7-St Secretary. as guardian of the Hid mi

you want fun, go home. + membranes al less the verdict of the jury is set 1.50 per gallon for Linseed Oil as nors from the said court.'

want to show others once't and thoroughly aside. The jury was out three hours. done if ready-for-use paint is used. NOTICE OF A MEETING OF THE Dated June 19th 1906.A. .
reformed, go home and It keeps moist Also because the L. & M. Zinc hard STOCKHOLDERS OF THE MAR. McINTYRE
ily get acquainted whose tendency is to Gillette is twentythreeyears old and ens the L. & M. White Lead and TEL LUMBER COMPANY FOR As guardian of Katie Mal aDd Helen

When you want to dry. Cures colds, has shown wonderful nerve and indifference makes the paint wear like iron. THE PURPOSE OF INCREASINGTHE McIntyre, Minors. 6-2-&m

your best gO home and hoarseness, hay fe throughout the trial. He L. & M. paint costs only $1.20 per: CAPITAL STOCK OF THE

there. When you feel nose, breathing. received the verdict in the same man gallon. SAID COMPANY. NOTICE OF APPICATION FOR
tra liberal go home oSld by Mclver & ilacKay, Ocala, I LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S
while sleeping, off en .
your wife and children and nero Fla. 1. Notice is hereby given, that a LAND.
It is antiseptic
you want to shine meeting cf the stock holders of the -
fancy go home and light or drugs hay The federal supreme court has aff.me1 MARTEL LUMBER COMPANY will Notice to hereby gi'. that da .

hou ebuM," To which !" or that can cause I the decision of the Florida supreme be held at its place of business at third day of Jaaaary A t. IMf/I

when you have a bad Satisfaction. I coart sustaining the action of D. J. CARROLLDEALER Martel, Florida, on the 7 day of Jan will apply to H.fM>n>.... .... Ml
and take Chamberlain's! uary, 1907, at one o'clock p. m. The county judge to awl for Marttw _
edy and a quick cure is of the National Sign of the railroad commission: in fixing the IN- object of the meeting being to authorize ty, state of PterUa. at .... o.* In

sale by all druggists. writes under date minimum rate for the transportationof and vote an increase of the Ocala la said eewktjr, for a* affrtaraalhorlrdas -

"Nosena is used the only that phosphate in Florida at one cent GROCERIES, FRUITS, VEGETABLES capital stock of the said Company .... aa. avardtoa a/ ...
Large line gold and ever from Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars. MInor heir of the estate ofBeaton or- 1#.
n so speedily and per mile. The railroad's defense was j deceased to sH at
< chains, "all new. \ &C. to Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ptttt111
getting the first.I i that the rate was unreasonable and (seal) J. K. KELLEY sate the following property .....
that = #
eler. of breathing deprived! > them of their property without Has moved to North Manoliastreet 12-7 :5t; Secretary, to said estate to-wit: An of
I : since I contracted thirty-fottr of Cald eil's A"
the Seaboard
would : due process of law. near Depot,
A Lyceum Course ago. Money tbe city of Ocala Martee
eoutjr, ./sk
where he will be pleased to see
An effort Is now being of Nosena if I could Senator Platt says he made a fool of Florida except lots seven. eteM.
The latest development in the L'ngleGraham his old patrons; also solicits the
t tablish a lyceum course of himself when he resigned before. nine and ten of Beatua's s.h-4M -
from Tyding's Drug controversy is the indictment trade of tte general public.
ion of said block thirty-four M MTth
the winter season. Some people think he has made a 1
if not ,
ing ; money back by the Manatee county plat of saW wcHttvMoa rne ...l fIn
this the booklet and tube ME A TRIAL fool: of himself since. I '
" For purpose 'grand; jury of the Sun editor on the the oSk of tM clerk of the air-

I '. been secured. Some CO. I charge of criminal libel. For the -- ---- .. -- -- cult court of Marion etwaty, "."..., .
this mouth and Said land betoaffiBg to the ...... a| J
I : made and Greenville. Tenn. "peace and dignity of the common .,;:._' .. ,,:_ U :". :.-:.",,::-. :: ."... :. ,<4.\... o.. NOTICE.Of the said Janes M. ...... ina-aiai

chairs installed. wealth" John Graham: ought to take to be sold for the beat iQteret of tali

The course, as a "much needed rest" somewhere Education by Mail Application for Tax: Deed Under minor heir

sist of the following Shoes. when Claude down to stand trial. .Section S of Chapter 4&SS Laws of This K day of N.v.A 4r. tfr<
the Alkahest industries going on goes No leaving nrme or employment to get an ed7eation. MRS. CARIRE K. BftNTOX.
nished by :-Pensacola Journal.Congressman Utilize only span time gtodyicgathomaBookkeeping Florida. 11-3641 of Atlanta. Booker Washington Arithmetic Algebra, Geometry.
tern, Grammar,Rhetoric,Science,Rstor7.Latin.et6.:
The Ariel Ladies' : Slayden, of Texas, has Tkorouffhlr Taoght by Halt Teachers aided Notice is hereby given that J. T. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.
there and So pass eaminationa.10 yn.ot success.Catalogue
I ton. This enteltal down already introduced a bill providing tree .IlIllEJj.i'alAttA.Ila. Hall, purchaser of tax certificate No. -

vocal solos, duets trios use them say they that all enlisted men in the army, 136, dated July 1, 1901 and certificateNo. Under and by virtue of a eertata teal

violin solos. Mr. Andrew Carnegie who are negroes, shall be discharged 42. dated the 2nd day of June, A. decree In chancery made and entered

, posing and Japanese : us last spring, and or a certain date and that no" more A, 1902. has filed said certificate In on the 3rd day of Nevetaber. t3, by
of the plant was the Hon. W. 5. Bullock j"'4 ef the
The Alkahest Art negroes shall be enlisted. He says my office and has made applicationfor I circuit court of the fifth JwtteJal cir.

Ross Crane department. disturbing element tax deed to issue In accordancewith cuit of
posed of .. that they are a A FAMILY EDUCATOR I Florida sitting in ehaneerr
chalk talker and clay interested and he or- and especially dangerous when quartered law. Said certificate embraces for Marlon county In a eertain cause t

Giles soprano and ; of shoes. in the south. should be an authority in.all the the following described property situated therein pending wherein Bfta Ltwydwas

Evans cellist. days ago and he principal departments of knowl- in Marion county Florida to- complainant and Henry I* L.IeJd

The Marietta LaDell well enoughhe said, The typographical union of Tampa edge, and should give in concise wit: 10 chains north and south by 8 lal was master defendant In chancery the ttader40iHid wM offer..ter..

J' of Toronto. order two more pairs. declared a strike on the Tampa' News form all that the consulter needs to chains east and west in northwest sale and will sell to the Mghint ti 4

I:. Ralph Bingham [ order back with me." i without presentation of complaint and know about the derivation, spell- corner of southeast quarter, section bet bidder for .*.. before this evtrtbouM

sonater violinist and i without warning. The News s-"-*:: ing, pronunciation, and definition of 25, township 12 range 21, also all of door la Marion a*.ty. Pltuiba
Happy by Chamber- on the 7th day of hb91
has been to that no question of hours, wages or words, as well as facts about cities, the southwest quarter of southeast January .
Bingham Remedy. between the (..! bam uf e>.... aaM 4fb
of non-union men in- and the natural features of southwest of
fi left delightful ago our baby employment towns, quarter except quarter 8C the ant M"A4ay la s4 avwfJiaad

have heard him will ; which settled on her volved. To an outsider it looks like every part of the globe, facts in southwest quarter of northeast qa&r- a leNSI l sale .dry the till.tog tf*

again. resulted in bronchi- a very queer proceeding.One history, biography, literature, etc. ter section 25, township 12 ninth ertbed I laatte+ lyta. ad helm ta Mattee .
but re-
doctors no Such an authority is Webster's range 21 east. cowry taint:
JoseJIky magician.The Everybody thought f ..,
BtalaaiBf at a petal 76 f
dif- of the teachers in the publicschools International Dictionary. The said land being aiioticd at tb. eMa
to eight
Parland-Newhall went
I ; cf the earthiest earner of 't' t iffhteek
certain remedy. in Hammond, Ind., was dismissed I. of the issuance of such ewttt- -S
quartette, bell ringers find a !i NO HOME IS COMPLETEwithout *, 0. S. OWaift. ? .atn >*..

tette. This company has recommended of to the me because she was so pretty I cate in the name of C. W. White aid nouih 31...... thn<'" tat ,: > IpaV

fore some of the largest insisted it, when that one I try I I everybody fell in love with hrr. That this compact storehouse of parties unknown. Vatow Mi4ificate eer- north 37 '- UMSMM b. t.. i_f |>

I did I.I is the general failing of the Florida reliable information.Rev. shall be reteetod a&sedlig the patat of .beftsMsa. ta* ai.i ftMrtfe
during Remedy.
In tnis country ,.. < ..
het tad twstfe by to f
is alive and well to- I school teachers and if that were a .L.Tman Abbott, D.D.,Editor of to law tax deed will bmt* thercoa. a*
years, with great ) The Outlook 's: Welter has alwaysbeen vat l I. hi tibt eatati VM r ..niaf
popular. W. Spence Holly cause for dismissal! all would have tcgo. the f arorite m our household, and I en the 26th day of Dee **r. A. 0..1 Iud Us** OM 9+urvp1 (VaEH.
versally For sale by all drug have seen no reason to transfer myaJe-
A scbcol warm be "US.
pretty iiiust 196.( I ic 11t
Thus Is afforded a m giance to any of his competitors I
I high class ; a rara avis in Indiana. The New and Enlarged Edition Witness my ofieial aifaAtart a4 1101 Iip.M.i Mi1tlr ft Chaw.-1.

of a former Baptist has 25,000 New Words, completely seal this the 22od day of Mwrmtor. i rNOTME
. within the reach (
Revised Gazetteer and ,
a negro, Alf Moore, The merchants of Miami have Biographical A. D., 19K
Before the course 2380to
to 0 Valdosta Tuesday: caught on to all the modern methods with Dictionary.5000 illustrations. pages, (seal) S. T. SISTRlHflC. i.ItK k k.ik 11of; Hat th.lMIuu .
It will be necessary ,
i. of plotting the I and are doing business up to the Clerk Circuit Court 3 3terto Cowtr, I IFlorl 'II l.'n ("n roriiwalwpt{
scriptions for two naefer tto !pr* of Iral te trIO,! at
named Carter. I handle. The Miami\ Metropolis last THE GRAND PRIZE a. .. u-.nAD111NISTRATOR'S
tickets. The price for ply to.... Hem Np ,, >.. R Itr-..
AWARD the International
Saturday contained fifty columns of (HIGHEST )was siren
ticket has been fixed at protesting his at the World's Fair,St.Louis. NOTICE OF' tt... SjOVtftBor lit tits -ta' of r.'- la,
of live business matter. Watch Miami taw
innocence es
son tickets $5. The FREE_"A Test in Pronunciation,"in. FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DIS
the negro stuck and see it leave its crysalis as a town structive and entertaining e CHARGE. .1. day ef Decemh-c. A. &. lift

transferable. that Rawlings and evole into a full grown city. for the whole family. Also \:# taw the foHowic 11111-111' ijst f rr
Mr. Allan W. Bridges story illustrated pamphlet. I WEBSiEr.S \ that the tide VI of the tfctn. .' said r'>rwalca -,*
hereby given OB
and that his sons G.&C.MERRIAMCO., msvraTaAt J s .
taken the local atfr1G an*ti PtI hat '' "' a
PUBLISHsas.m."mioItY.L.. 8th day of May, A. 0" IWf,
The two sons will : &ot.d b, I' 'flU. s+ r&flwNd
course, and with Mr. SPRINGFIELD, MASS. the, undersigned will .......t Mlfinal I law
Is unless their sen- acrornts<< + and toughen to Joseph by
Alkahest Bureau
: Prop***,1! ar '*'n.lpb'
necessary and the youngest I O Bell)), county )ttd< ing up the 'itmtI Ocala. bill AaTl\'U: \ d-
at his oAec at
Cent Florida. I
For Two Stamp.A
a ,
sent to the ,< .
: The matter will have to been pen make final eettleoMat. aad "apply to ; TV hlsjhtMt awoBSrt of ind''u1 H
r a life sentence. I FORNER't&OILi common process has been discov- a.Iu.1al.trat"r of or ItabiHtv to which the ertrt" tNIIt
a day of two and It is final dischar** aa
red to possess healing propertisnot estate of J. Portw 8:1.1 1 h. !U .< a=> '.1' Ian at any tim ...>. 11 ''f .hattt ,!
.H who wish to take .
i CJJTS.SORES.BuRNS thrw hwdrH thowwis-i .a > r
solid gold jewelry in 'rn wn nretofore but surpassing any November. *' .It-.
opportunity and assist Weihe & PJfEUMATISM 2.Sct ther drug. The discoverer will for ,. :; r.Td Mrr.nm ,'''''V.R < '< I
The Jewel.i ', .. .. .T By r J VM!- >...
creditable movement v. TO *gent stamp, teal anyone v1"Rti As Adreialetra F of v" '1

plication tor tickets at I x : .For sale by Tydings & Company-*, is. Address X, Fuuapi: F a. x Porter Silts DwM d. U.;: b. I ll-I-U PreeLdeal.

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the sleeves were in keeping with skirt j! ,
OFFICIAL. T. H. Wallis, of Ocala, sends us a i
Dresses; Light Material Ev- and waist.CHRISTIAS. I 3. H. GLITCH, Mgr. J. C. BOOZER. Asst. M".
The board of public instruction in circular containing evidence of n'I QEO. J. BLITCH, T4lr.
Gowns Dotted Net Dresses
TIMES IN THE BIG and for Marion county Florida, met most remarkable character. I, .
Hair Ornaments i.
Hair Dressing;
; this the third day of December 190G, I
Flower Wreathson This circular letter has embodied in I
; The rush of Christmas presents be- in regular Cession with G. S. Scott I : The Strong Hold the
Berthas. Blitch J. S. it a call for help from 197 signers living I
B. R. and
gins immediately after Thanksgiying, chairman, :
all the route of the I
. Special to the Ocala Banner: and people who would under other Grantham present. over Atlantic

Minutes of last meeting were read Coast Line railroad in Florida calling -
circumstances scorn to carry a pack-
The "jumper" waist is a godsendto !

the woman of moderate means, age, are fain to clasp their treasures and approved.Mr. the attention of the railroad COClI !Ii COMMERCIAL BANK

and fight for room in the already L. D. Stafford resigned as trustee I
devoidof closely
and now that a plaited skirt missioners to the unsafe condition of j ,
Be it of the Cottage Hill school district, I 1
trimming (but of similar material) overcrowded street cars. I the tracks and roadbed of this railroad ;1i J OCALA FL I.
in New as he had moved out of the district i .
that everybody
has been added, beauty and utility whispered alleging that it has become notoriously { .

have poined hands. All the delicacyand York cannot afford a cab. Amid "ten and the patrons are hereby authorizedto unsafe for travel and urging'I. ".

freshness of the lingerie waist thousand and one" alluring trifles recommend someone to fill the un- that notice be taken, and instant' r-- Has Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced i

is always expired term.
exists in the dainty lace yoke and that arrest attention, perfumery lief be granted.Mr. .

sleeves the latter being constructedon a safe choice and the ;w1jl'- Several citizens of the Montague Burr replies that under the: by its Large and!
box of colored school appeared and asked j
individual taste, or the resourcesof purchaser selects a bottle or present laws of the state the railroad r

shades of & Lanman's Florida water, the board to assist in running the t
the Very light
wearer. I commissioners have no Jurisdiction in Business .
test of time as |I school the balance of the term. Rev. ;
broadcloth and even pannel velvet which has borne the
silk, the matter but that relief must I be 0
dresses favorite with discriminating women, I R. S. Inglish and Rev. J. C. Clark i,
made into evening a
are up were authorized to collect enough secured by proper laW's.Anti -:+..........0......1..000. ....4444....4......44.4.4 y -
..011..114M4044N 444.0 .....44..04/00004.4.0!.44..1. 0. I now there is a call upon now a- i
..... .
money from the patrons to pay the I
.. trade --- -- -
papers city councils, boards of
teachers three months and the board :

.+. would pay the teachers for the time al- and public minded citizens every-
where to work up a sentiment and i
.1. ready taught.Mr. Furniture
call upon the state legislators to past
Robert Holly appeared and asked I
' the necessary laws whereby the
for an increase in salary for the
.. raiIroads may be compelled to properly
Grahamville teacher but as the sal-
: ma.Intain'their roads in a con
ary was already fixed and the board It's a little but fall stock is
.. .. dition of safety to the public. early, our arming daily _
.: .. had declared it would not increase any
.. The necessity for this legislation Is sill we ask i*, a chance to save you m.n.y. AU we ask m .
more salaries this term, the requestwas I
.. refused. a most' deplorable matter. I few minutes of your valttablt. time tc show you thi

4/y The story of the condition of this stock.
: There being none of the patronsor i lour
: road is u the mouths of the travel-
the teacher of the Bethlehem
H + .. i"g people everywhere and the frequent '!
school before the board in regard to t A Few Leaders
: : wrecks on the Atlantic CoastLine ,
H certain charges made against the i
t and belated train service give iI I .

I. .*. missed teacher,, unless the matter it is brought was declared up anew.It dis-. color to it. I RON BEDS FRi V S2-50 IP! SNEI31KK stf.n-;

That the leading railroad throughthe
+ was ordered that all schools in
:' interior of the state would per I CHINA mm sts N DM IIII
the county give two weeks for' Christ-
.. mit conditions calling forth such crit-
and New Year holidays, dismissing -
mas { .
.. icisms is astonishing and that it
Friday December 21, 19u6, and

f... 'q&i ..+ taking 7, 1907.in again on Monday, January I state would necessary compel the to secure agitation legislation In the I OCAU I F00'1TOOE' [ C COMPANY.

: I io safeguard life and property over .. .
The superintendent was authorizedto ..
' :. 'its own road is the sort of advertise- ':
.. draw warrants to all teachers
emnt not to be coveted. -
month before Christmas, -- -
finishing a ---- -
And meanthile life must be endangered - -
'H. who will file with him properly made .:AI'," 4Ir TJ
I i and folks must take their
-f out report on or before Saturday, Dec.
: 2. liVvS in their hands pending the passage DIRECTORS:

: zpd final enforcement of the requisite -: j
The treasurer's report was approved R. 3. Hall GtIorp M
law.. I *Kajr J. K. ChrUUaaJ.

I i as follows. If such conditions exist they needa A. PeN E. C. a.. Itlltl J

Balance from last report .$ 20.23
swift and sure remedy and whether T. T. )IMres1 J. i, 11 seela

: : Received from A. C. Croom
they exist or not our legislators
mill apportionment 4,380.22
: one
(} I IT should provide the railroad commission In addition
4 Received from E. L. Carney to iu exefeflt bdttifai tfes Bank
with sufficient power to compel

1'k 1'//! 41l, 4 I Levy of 190G . ._ __ 227.40
tee roads to safeguard the traveling ,, has the advaetage of a and
I Received from E. L. Carney, competent, capaUe good
. . .. 65.00
.. I polls Board of Directors
We dare: to speak for the senaTOr and a strong body of Stockholders.
Received from E. L. Carney
I ''
.. and representative of Orange county,
Levy 905. . .60 -
: without questioning them that so far
Received from E. L. Carney,
as the constitution will permit they

#ll will favor such laws and we know
t Received from E. L. Carney
the governor would like to have a

i I ii&I I polls . . . 7S.OO hand in the thing himself. OF OCALA,

i Received from A. C. Croom
.. We do not believe in grinding the ""

I tax sales . >. 230.42;) 'I II
: II I I railroads simply because they are .
: soulless corporations. They are nec- -

:. O Total receipts . . .$ 5,425.57 W. A*. KNIGHT. \
essary to the state's greatness. They L. I. LA"".
4 Disbursed during month ofXo'"ember.
: should not infringe in the rights of

.. '.. . . 5,012.50Balance ,
tin: people through whom they secured -

: 2. I J u 7190C 4 their grants and the scarcity I
in .. .$ 411.77
: treasury of life and limb is of the first impor- ANNOUNCEMENT.

.......................... ..... ...............414. W. D. CARN, tance.-orlando ReporterStar.Mr. .

of this style for home or theatre wear and goes home with a peaceful mind,
I I Carroll Writes of the Lyceum i
but there the line is drawn-the "jum- I satisfied with her shopping. ti i NEW WOOD VULCANIZING PRO- Course. We have just purchased the \\a loa and IIAYMM .buMfNr el Mr uli

per" dress must not appear at a ball i HAIR DRESSING.The CESS. S. A. Standley & Company, and propo to Add to the stock of pelt ....
I In another column will be found an { thing that is needful
or full dress reception., pompadour is still in the lead, make it aCOMPUETI UNI fe every ssslae i et
announcement concerning the Alkahest tbe word. We are ....ttlot sacral .
Uw NIt firm WajoM !III..
but women of taste mitigate its se- Special to the Ocala Banner.
Art Recital Co.: Having no personal ket; also several BMke o( Baaylw. MoiMM UMW ..
we tea
EVENING DRESSES. verity by slanting puffs over the Jacksonville, Fla., Dee. 5.-It is a pest :
end in view at all, but merely riety of vehicles eithf of whiek w. stead ready to hub jttesartes
of forhead, soft loops the figure eight in I: I I <
list lace
These include a long
vulcanizing trying to help a worthy cause I have i!
the back and short or long curs. i High Grade Buggies
robes, spangled robes, hand-painted I taken this opportunity to publicly en- \ svv.iCaul
chiffon combinations of de Hair ornaments were never more life and that its tensible strength is I Unexcelled
crepe dorse this i : Wagons Hato
.1 movement and to invite as ,
beautiful, with rhinestone, { increased by than 23; 11.
chene and chiffon, fancy silks or nets I sparkling 'I more per
many of the public spirited citezens > Lap &* Etc Ek.
: *
j covered with embroidery, and over dewdrops literally sprinkled on large cent, while the weight is reduced by .
I as possible to co-operate with Mr. Allen j
tiaras of small flowers. Velvet about one-fifth. It is also claimed that
elaboration is carried to such an extent roses or -
Bridges in securing some kind! of' Turpentine
\ ,that a dress of simple material. bands twisted into graceful shapesare I the weight resisting power is increased 'a lyceum course for Ocala. The Cause Wagons a Specialty.

also dotted with sparks and aige- from CO: to 40 per cent. and
made, is positively refreshing. i
j\ simply hardly needs an exponent however, j We are Always In PM IM It Mttt the PriMt fII t.igfauU C. N... _
Among a collections of evening rettes, ostrich and marabout clusters as the process does away with allkilns
I as it pleads for itself. There is no rea-
gowns shown by a prominent house, are also tipped with brilliants. i and necessity of maintaining son why Ocala should not have evIery j Vie arc Sole Agents for the ee{ ratltd Whit Hickory T

silk Flowers are used in profusion on lace j large plants it will revolutionize the I
were two white dotted net over year a lyceum course. It is educational I penfan apd Farm Wafon.Knight .

lining. The skirt of one was plainto berthas for evening wear-a, largecluster I southern lumber business. .
instructive and entertaining. :
about flounce depth then there I perchance of roses orchards, | Companies are being organized here
is surely only a question of opportunity
were three scant puffs of net, each .I clematis or wisteria on one shoulderand I j for vulcanizing lumber.
II as to whether Ocala has it. Let's j
finished by a plain net ruffle. Narrow f I drooping to the waist the 'now !
I make a strong pull altogether for !II &
( blue ribbon was runt in each puff and :" s'.endar wreath is curried up to the !:TART ASSOCIATION IN CAROLINA. I Lang
I everything that will build up this.
wired of the ribbon other shoulder. .
few bows same
I Special to the Ocala Banner: the, best little city in the state.
distance i VERONA ,CLARK. f..TlON" "trm'h" u4
were fastened to the silk skirt a f1M.)
I ; Charleston S. C.:, Dee. 5.-The an- C. C. CARROLl.
apart. The waist was lo.w -
anal exhibition of the Carolina Art
neck, with plain net gathering at the The fashion plate used with this. i It Fills the Field. -- --- -., -- ---
..1 I[Association was opened today. It in-
front, and bretelles graced' the shoulders article is by the McCall co., of New While the monthly agaiine at
j r eludes all branches of art done by I
formed of one scant edged bya York Fashion Publishers and :Manufacturers ten cents fifteen cents, etc., are fill-
'!persons in the state and makes an
single net ruffle. Blue ribbon( nar- of McCall Patterns. I ing the columns of the newspapers

I i!imposing and highly creditable show. with their claims to fame, there is I iI New itlll'e
There are paintings in oil, water colors \ UI'(1( J Just t f In

I\IS- ( iastals, wood carving, modelingin I another magazine quietly doing all i! u
, \f SALE OF THE PZNTATEUCH MAN- UNITED STATES COPPER OUTPUT and more than most of them, and. its ;
If II USCRIPT. I | clay, photography, lace embroidery.i '
. publications being weekly, its opportunities -
i china The i
etc. exhibits this year ,
I I of live interest are tenfold
" Special td the Ocala Banner: Special to the Ocala Banner. j show a great improvement on those of- &
i greater. We refer to the Sunday Lj:;
Loodon. Eng., Dec, 5- The governxoeot Washington, D. C., Dec.. 5.-The the preceding year.INTERNATIONAL .
: World (New York) Magazine. It is a Wear* now
has for the British prepared to make Mj$ MA'Tk E;;
purchased copper out put in the United States I ----- =
remarkable publication remarkablein r
museum a manuscript of the Pentateuch this year is the largest on record. Ii MOTOR BOAT -the kind
its its unusual value of con that will IMt alto
I scope to eh
written about the year 1,000 B.,! Notwithstanding strikes, scarcity of RACE. ono
tents and its splendid typographicaleitecution. .
C. It "was purchased from four Samaritans -,labor the output has increased no less i old enes. We
than I Special to the Ocala Banner: It is a literary magazine, and sell
who are the last of the race and 11.4 per cent
London Eng., Dec 5.The motor a news magazine and a picture maga-
1 I
'1 very poor. The manuscript is one of Montana easily leads the list with
I boat Dixie, the property of Mr. Edward zine. It is in fact a twentieth cen-
the two which were especially venerated 360,000,000pounds, Arizona' being a Second-Hand Furl
i J. Schroder, commodore of the taiy marvel.
at Jerusalem. The second good second with 28i,000.000 Michigan
I Motor Boat Club of America has been
Manuscript is a stranscript of the 'follows with 221,2SS,000: then comes The "Forbe's Purchase"-An Old Land and can am .
entered for the national race for the yon mowy ti|. .... of pcd..
i priceless master roll and is enclosedIn Utah and California.The Case Finally Sittled.

a metal case inlaid with silver and year's output totals 1.01.000- ex-pected The U. s. supreme court decided great deal ot'Iiltoek mow* ** fe aeoct u :

gold which is over 900 years old. It 000 pounds as compared with 913- 'the case of the United States vs. Deel -

is ornamented with two brass ob- C43.0C5 for 190;). in a few days.Torture < low that it will Alrpri k y :

jects similarly to those traditionally The :Mexican I
production this year 000,000 acres of land on the west learn

decorating the Arc of the Covenant. amounts to 150,000,000 and the Canadian of a Preacher. .coast of Florida, in favor of the tetm. Give in a callPittman Ic
The story of the torture of Rev.67"DT .
has been to
$25,000 given the Samaritans 50,000,000. !United States.

for the relic. Moore, pastor of the Baptist
Thte suit arose from a Spanish grantto
EXHIBITION OF ROOSTERS. church of Harpsville, N. Y., will in- & :
John Forbes & Co., in ISIS by the
How Diptheria is Contracted.One terest you. He says: "I suffered agonies : SozIHt

Special to the Ocala Banner: because of a persistent cough, re- governor general of Cuba. .
often hears the _
expression "Jly __ _
sulting from the grip. I had to sleep _
Paterson, N. J, Dec. 5.-Over 1,000 The district court of the southern
child -
caught a severe cold which developed rw
sitting up in bed I tried many rem- district of Florida held that the claimant -
common grade roosters
k Into diptheria," when the are on ex- edies, without relief until I took Dr. I
-, truh was that the cold had simply left hibition here today. The Patterson King's New Discovery for consumption I was entitled to the unsettled land : Saw MtIe, f1a..... .+
the lltttle one particularly susceptible Poultry, Pegeon and Pet Stock Association coughs and colds which entirely within the grant, about 80,000 acres, ,I "l.. I .

St.'* to the wandering diptheria germ. are offering silver cups and cured my cough and saved me ,and decreed that they be permitted I 1 I

?.? When Chamberlain's Cough Remedy money prizes for the best specimens. from consumption.',' A grand cure for I II to vacant public domain, wherever .tr lit .""' .... .14 asM
Is given it
quickly cures the cold and diseased conditions of throat and I I I

..; j lessens the danger of diptheria or Eminent poultry fanciers have been lungs. At Tydings & Co., druggist I found. It t ,
I i
"c> "t\.' ., ...:. : ''any other gerIn", disease being Font engage as judges and every: exhkWUoa. price 60 cents and $1.00 guaranteed i The supreme court has revised the THI MAL8SY MA |Niliy :

'.;, : .=N." ,, V&Qt..eA.. .-. ;: ..F'ot."'.nJ.e, bl', :ai-. MrBgistsW.. .: atf depend oa a dealy:14 Trial bottle decision. I
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i; Oranges Permitted to Ruin While in *.*.......NNNNNOONN O .+........*...4...*+.+..........4.4444444t Mr. and Mrs.Coyle-Fosnot.William E. Fosnot
Trnllt-Steamboata and Railroads{ $44N$4.................+......... ..... ..NN.....OM.N... ..*,...... ......*........ have sent out cards announcing the
Careless and Negligent-Florida 4NN4.NN44NN..N .....ONONNN.N.K..NiKO....Ni.4K.KN.NOf41N1.4 marriage of heir ,
Stock Suffer*-First Sale of New 4NN. .NNNN$4,44044.N..+++....+ .....+...........*.+*.....-.+*..**.4..14....+ ....+*4 daughter Odelpha
44 Leach Fosnot, to Mr. Gustavus Hen-
California Naval*-Arizona* are .
derson Coyle on the third of December -
Slow. one thousand nine hundred and

Special to the Ocala Banner. IIII ONLY six at Eastlake. Florida.
Sew York of Florida, Dec. %oranges.-To say are that Indignant receivers -- : event The taking wedding place was Monday a very morningat quiet

the home of the bride's parents at
at the treatment this 4444f
week Eastlake and witnessed only by the
% from the different railroads and o:1e iii immediate family and one or two Intimate -
it *
steamship companies would be put- TO CHRISTMAS 4444 4444 friends.

ting It mildly. Many of them are 44 4 ** The bride is the youngest daughterof

boiling over with rage and a majorityof f 4444* Mr. and Mrs. Fosnot and has many
1 4444 friends all around he lake and alsoIn
them who have not taken so much ; 4444
in matters before i. : 4444 this city who will be pleased to
Interest are now ad- : ************************** 4444
4444 learn of her happy marriage. She
rocating government supervision of I
f 4444 made her home in Ocala for some
transportation. They say It looks as
though the railroads and steamship it If are going to buy for the months and has always been a fre
companies were uniting in an effort f you presents coming hit quent visitor here. She is a bright
and clever girl, and has the

? Ordinarily to ruin the it Florida would orange not take business.more iU i Holidays now is the time to investigate our line. In if oof* ** best wishes of young her friends.

044f Mr. Coyle is a Pullman car conducor -
than six days for a car of oranges to
reach New York from Florida eitherby tiU our store will find the which *4444 f on the Atlantic Coast Line raIl-
boat rail. you largest assortment ( 4444 way running from Jacksonville to St.
or The general averageof t
: : :
4444 Petersburg and is in every way a
time by the railroads as well as is what want) and the lowest 1 f splendid young man.
the steamship lines has been lately UU you prices. Off* t 2 Mr. and Mrs. Coyle passed through
10 to 13
from days. As a consequence *
id t Ocala on the afternoon train on their
o a thus greater week portion is wasty.of the Florida fruit : .: :* .....4.......**....*N.... Hit way to Jacksonville to make that city

1 b s2 f their home and they are residing at

Negro Galveston Lawyer, Dec.Finds Fault.2.-Negro Sidney Troops S. Johnson at O .+ v I: REMEMBER, WE CAN SUIT ALL RON THE !4 2 M+> ,2 Ocala No.To 922 the Banner West happy extends Bay young street.congratulations couple the

f r
,2 and best wishes.
04 *
a negro attorney of Tarrant

P the have county Infantry negro no Tex.case.Johnson reports soldiers,. who that of was the the employed Twenty-fifth soldiers by Ill! YOUNGEST TO THE OLDEST I j Ii The The church Epworth Epworth held League their League-of annual the Rally.Methodist rally.

Sunday evening at the Methodist
was engaged to make a I > 444 .44 -
thorough investigation of conditionsat .H
Brownsville with a view to proving : IN OUR LINE YOU WILL FIND Miss Wartmann presided at the
occasion and those present very great
that the night attack on the towns t, .
i All kinds of Toilet Cases Iy enjoyed the program which was
people was tho result of the citizens splendidly rendered.Mr. .

mistreating the negro troops. All kinds of Albums i George I* Taylor, president of
Johnson hired out as a laborer and i
the ,
League presided at this meetingand

for about two Brownsville.months has While worked promiseda in and All kinds of Toy Trunks .. acceptable performed manner.his duties in a most

big reward if he could fasten the All kinds of Banks Miss Wartmann presided nt the
blame on the townspeople, he saysthat :; # organ and her beautiful music added

he regrets that the troops were much to the service.
All kinds of Pianos
entirely to blame. Johnson found that f Toy i The following was the program In
the soldiers had been warned of their : full
All kinds of FurnitureAll ::
by citizens friendly disposed Organ Voluntary. ,
toward them Ions before the shoot Opening chorus by the
kinds of Drums League
ing. lie cited cases where three Toy
Opening Chorus: 'Sunshine and
white woman had been insulted by i Rain."
All kinds of Lanterns
negro soldiers, and that several soldiers Magic i Prayer-Rev. L. W. Moore.

had quarrelled with citizens : Steamboats Steam Engines Steam Automobiles Mechanical Trains Hymn, "Stand Up For Jesus," by
while denouncing the charge against z the congregation. ,

their fellow soldiers. On more than i Mechanical Automobiles Mechanical Engines and Mechanical Address-"The League; Its Place in
one occasion soldiers had to be Toys i 4 Southern Methodism Mr. Cecil R.
ejected from stores and saloons where ; Phillips.
of all kinds. ..4
they forced their and in.
presence 4. Quartet-"Some Day the Silver
timiJated citizens. All these offenses .. 4 Cord will Break," Miss Jessilu Martin .

were reported to the commandant' of 4 WE, HANDLE THE FAMOUS "HILL CLIMBER" TOYS "THE KIND TH AT DON'T WEAR OUT" "IN and Eula Moore. -
.. the post. Messrs. M. M- Little W. H. Wilson.


Who Won the Drainage Battle? 44 CH1LDRENS WAGONS TRICYCLES AND WHEELB 1RROWS. Touch,"-Mrs. George L. Taylor.
"I did it!" seems to be a popular Chorus,-"Be a Blessing."

phrase since the defeat of the Everglades Recitation-Miss Francis Chambers.
proposition and as to who is t :j"" : :1 "Wh)' Provide for the Social Life
th# real hero is a debatable question. LINE IN OCALA of Our Young People r*-Dr. L. F.

Tbi Palatka News is inclined to HORNS HORNS HORNS t : i Blalock. ,_

place the crown on Attorney Hil- :i A word about our line of f 44 Duet"Above the Bright Eke,"-
brun's expansive brow, while the 44 Mi f'!le! Eula! and Effie Moore.
friends of Major Alex. St. Clair-Ab- Talking.Dolls Jointed dollsSleeping : Duette.
jams say he was clad in full armor i :1:1 Dolls DOLLS Kid dolls :: "The League and Missions,"-Miss

during he pending of the entire is- Walking dolls Bisque dolls t : : Mary Bull.
sue and was always in the thickest of : Chorus.-"To the Harvest.
me fight.-Ocala Banner. i t :: And all other kinds of Dolls. We actully'believe that we have the largest line of Dolls in Central Flor i ; A word from the president.

>. As the News did not accuse Editor i : : ida. We have the popular Jointed Kid Dolls at 59c to 31.48. 2 : T Closing Chorus-"Keep Your Htart

7 Harris of the Banner, of any part in Singing."
'the defeat of the amendment it :Ii. For the grown friends we h.l"e a pretty line of .i. League, Benediction.

',' would seem as if he ought, at least : i ,
CHINA Plates and Saucers, GLASS Lemonade
Cups Sets
to treat us fair in this matter. The Berry Sets Agatheridan Society.

I News did not even attempt to place h! Fancy Lamps, Fine Crockery, Etc. ti The Agatheridan society held its
tae crown on "Attorney Hilburn's oWe regular meeting Friday afternoon.

expansive brow." What it did do lh cannot give you the slightest idea here of what we have, but assure yov that a visit s tt Nov. 30, 1906. After the minutes of

was to say that. "Amoug thoughtfulmen to our store will more than repay you. We guarantee everything we sell to give Perfect Sati i the last meeting had been read and.
approved the following
in all parts of Florida Hon. S. program, having
J. Hilburn's contribution to anti- I isfaction or Your Money Refunded. i i it as its subject "Thanksgiving,"
was rendered: '
drainage literature is conceded to
have been one of the most intelligent 444ir Song "America, Society

arguments made for the defeat of the t i SPECIAL PRICES TO SUNDAYSCHOOLS Essay, "Origin of Custom"Annie
iniquitous measure. It awoke hundreds
of honest citizens to the vital t.il: 444 Recitation-Inez Gates.
"Coming of Pilgrims, -
importance of its defeat. .
That the News is not alone in this + :> Ben Todd. .

opinion it submits the following from : It is an established fact that what we have we sell for less money than our competitors; we can { 444 444 Recitation Florrie Morris.

,\ the Florida Index, of Lake .City: 1:1 i easily do it, the reason is, we sell for Oration, "Our Debt to the PHgrteu.," _
the i ... 1 4444m i i Willie Bullock.RecitationMiss.
"In the opinion of the Index
I ,i CASH 'O N LV' ONE PRICE: . S ggs.
I best, argument against the drainage .
. Essay, "Benefits of Custom." Leila
amendment that of Hon. S. J. liilI -
I was News. i and sell nearly everything (not relying! on one line for a big profit, but make a little on 11)). : Raysor.

burn Those of eminent Patatka.-Palatka Pennsylvania gentlemen : On a visit to our store you will find a full line of Z : s : Recitation-Maggie 17.....

I in building who made$4,500,000 a profit state of $9,000,000 house il Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes for the Household UU. Resolved; DEBATE.That FlerWa Saw i

have every reason to point vindication to the result <*> : Dry Goods in all its Branches S oe1., t t Have Affirmative a Penitentiary.-Phil Rofeinen. Pattte
in Pennsylvania as a Ifl
Ladies' Smith; negative-Mary Burford Mar.
of and Gents' Outer Garments Hi
their graft.-The Commoner. i cella McLean.JudgesJean.

3 The President and the South. tin Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Hats, Etc., Etc. Uii.= lar and Caroline Teague Pasteur; Care dttfcfea k.la

Persons who imagine that the pres- : : favor of the negative. .

ident's dismissal of the negro troops to ::i11 Glassware. E.! it : Paper-Editor.

was Intended as a concession 444 This being the day fer the eiec
southern sentiment will"be undeceived 444 044 Tinware, Crockery, Window Shades, Rugs, Etc. i i tion of officers the following were

before the president's term ends. : 444 444' .+.........+............... 4 elected:
Mr. Roosevelt has little toleration for : : 1i0 President, Edwin Spencer; vtee-

and no sympathy with the southern 4 ?444 l We will have a Special Sale of Christmas president. Dan Cappleman;; secretary,
' Goods
white man's prejudices. The negroes U !! Maggie Lytle; sargeant-at-arm. Lola
were dismissed in order that the existence 0 Raysor and Annie Atkinson.

: of negro regiments in the + on all Mondays from now to. Christmas iiii After critic's report, there being ne

army might be threatened and be- further business the society adjourn
** *
;- cause Justice and military discipline i .t. : ed to meet December 7, 1906.

I Political one between the white man itijt The Florida Eat, Coast railway has
and the in the south, the president established
negro large camps of laborers at ;
t kindly as his feelings towards TheVARIETY 4J various points along the line fer the -

G the south In other matters are. Is the S purpose of taking up the fiftyix s

r aegroe's friend and the white man'senemy. 221 pound steel rails and replacing them

,. That Js the record.-Charleston 2 $ with eighty-pound rail Large forces 4
: News and Courier ...... ........ ......N.a..w4oeeN..oN4o4a.............................. ..... 4 $ of men are engaged In the
The alone. Every ........W4.4..04..4N.4..NN.NNe....s.N.Ka.........0 ..444444..........$... nit .
president is not ..........$4++.++***.****.****.+................w.t..NON$4.4iN...N......... ... it Is being hurried as rapidly u powi-
tr: 'newspaper U. in the "seems white to man have If ................N..N.Ni.aK..........t e.aNN4s...KO4N.e.................N0....ON.4... t': ble'that the road may be placed la
up to the hilt for the good condition for the heavy winter
.b_ lives south of the Potomac river. traffic.-Miami News

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tho most uuiqre and perfect farming
DRAINAGE BECOMING POPULAR. very strong commercially, and ho had ....... .. .it
HIS LAST DEMURRAGE. sections .iu the country.Mr. I .... .. .... ..
no doubt that the business men of the
Ingram Ftated last night thatit I
{tVhoo are you the devil asked, as a The Florida East Coast Railway Wjll city would begin to feel the effects as

man rapped at tho gate, Reclaim Ten Thousand Acres. was the company's purpose to make soon as a few farmers were settled

Oh, I'm a railroad man, he said, Please News of a scheme of land reclamation the work thOIc, gh, so that persons and commenced operations In then lalues i
having property and Improving the Biggosi 8 ill SUits
open, I cannot wait. of great importance to the East be against w furnJng district.
saia-j would protected any
;Why do you long to be within this Coast of Florida, and especially to a The business men of West Palm o
possible disaster: except such as
of and tears? certain section of Dade county is
place groans Beach, many of whom talked to Mr.
might result fr.'m an act of provi- <*
Jhe man's frame shook with anguish, given by the Tropical Sun. Ingraham yesterday and last night,
denco. This as a matter of fact, had
and his ashen face showed fear. That paper says: : feel greatly encouraged over the prospect -

He said, on earth I had no peace, my "The reclamation of the ten thousand- something to d9 with the commencingof of the new back country, whichis : NEW ARRIVALS I
the work, but the people of West
life was full of jars, acre tract of land southwest of West afford wait to give new life to the, city, and -- -.-- .. ---
Pain Beach can well to a (8
I lied to all the grain me because Palm Beach will surely be accomplished hat gentleman and the companyhe

they wanted cars. and active operations will be few months when so much is at represents can feel assured of

The devil said: Go away, poor man, under way by January 1, 190;." stake. h*rty co-operation of their efforts to i
The tract of land proposed to be BROWN'S SHOES II
this is no place for you, This is the substance of a statement place this city on a sound commercial
reclaimed the Florida East Coast
The hold is full of grain men, waitingto made by Mr. James E. Ingram, third by ba:>F. That West Palm Beach will
of the Florida East railroad has been very expensive to I For the Feet.
put you through.They've vice-president scion take its place as one of the
the Aside from the original
got a cast iron freight car, Coast railway and Mr. Alfred New- company. most important cities the entire .,
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price, which was no --
well heated through and through, lander, the company's civil engineer, length of the coast, there. can be nu .
small {OOOO has been spentin
amount $
i They've held it now so very long, the to a number of local business men last don,'., S
securing! the holdings of the other WARM UNDERWEAR i
demurrage is up to you. ni;,i t. Mr. Ingraham and Mr. Newland'rleft ,+
two land companies, and a conservative -
Mr. Ingram andIr.. Newlander on the 9:50 train last nigH! I-P
The Close of the Tampa Fair. estimate of the reclamation op- | For the Body.
the and in
spent yesterday in city, Wining .to St. Augustine, but bOTh |
The great mid-winter fair closed in the erations focts u:, to the least SO,000.
W. R. Hoses,
with Mr.

a blaze of glory on Thanksgiving company company's local representative, visited Besides these figures the companyhas gentlemen P lm; Beach will again probably in a few be days in \V--s fort'.ie : | At Prices that will not Pinch the Pocket fB'J .
night. The closing day was known as the drainage area in the forenoon.The been paying taxes for a numberof purpose of completing all dcraiSin I _

"Brown Day," in honor of Thomas J. years. .
ingineering work has been practi- --
connection with getting work under .
Laud-Brown, the promotor of the fair cally completed, the lines for dykes, Notwithstanding these facts, it is g

and who worked so untiringly for canals, laterals established, and the purpose of the East Coast railway way.
and the Model Land to ( PANTS! MID BOYS', um i
Its success. Thousands of persons everything is now in readiness for company place The New York World and Times

special trains having the price of lands in the district at 3-
were present the dredges and scoops, which will be and even some Florida newspapers of

been run to Tampa from different put to work just as soon as it is poi figure within the reach of the poor the political neuter gender, are constantly : At Cut Prices.

of the state. man and as soon as the lands are :
parts ?
sible to get them here. Mr. Ingram asking, "Who is a democrat

There were a number of special have at ready for market one small parcelat ?" Well
stated that he proposed to and "What is democracy a

features put on for that day and in least three machines at work, and $:5 per acre, the remaining several democrat never sits on the fence. and I -- I

every possible way it was the biggest while he had experienced many difficulties thousand acres to be increasedin watches the size of the procession,

success on record. in getting the machinery he price, but not out of reach of poor and never gives aid and comfort to
Alachua and Polk county divided had at least two in sight now and men. the enemy by refusing to vote for the i !

honors for the county prize. thought there would be no doubt One fact brought out by Mr. In- democratic nominees. When a man FAIRs

s about getting them on the groundsby gram last night; that will, be inter does this you may put it down that '

The Camphor Tree. the first of the new year. esting reading is that when all of whatever else he may be he is nut a : A. L. WEBB Prop.
Why not plant camphor trees In this tract is settled and put under cultivation ,
unfolded his
Mr. Ingram company'splan democrat. A democrat marches in
Florida) and grow our own camphor it will the .
be continuous
to the business men who had the line and votes his ticket straight.

i gum at home? asks Mr. George H. called to Interview him, and the many tract of land on the East Coast Like the soldier at Balaclaver. "He is ...................... ....
of the columns
Wright Orlando through under cultivation.Mr. .
celays that have been made since it not to reason why," that Is if he I ,
of the Florida Agriculturist.He ,
Ingram thought that --- -
the -- -
was first determined to undertake the new wants to be loyal to his party and his -

says: work were satisfactorily explained. country could make West Palm Beach faith. -
I have raised thousands of camphor
As was told In the Tropical ,Sun of ,
trees in this state in the fif- ;
past --
last Saturday the railroad and land ,
teen years. I have also seen the na
company have recently purchasedthe PH ONOG UPHSX
tive forests In Asia and In Formosa,
interests of the canal company House Wine
but I never saw any trees grow more and Boston and Florida Atlantic Roonjs

vigorously than those I have grown in
Line company in the drainage area. .r
Florida. _
This was found necessary by peculiar TRY OUR
I never saw a camphor tree killed
complications that arose by the deathof
by freezing, In Florida, but one winter
the president of the two companies,
that of 1S94-95, and then only OLD
and the deal cost the Florida East (
the top was injured, tie roots were ILLEGHARy
Coast railway in round figures, about
not hurt and by the folloying fall there
$40,000. Then the hurricane in October
.was nearly as much growth as before
destroyed some of the dredges at
the freeze.
work on the Key West extension
The rapid destruction of the native PURE RYE.
which it had been intended to use in :(:
camphor forests of the far east, and
the West Palm Beach drainage oper "
the many new uses to which camphoris
ations. There have been a numberof
now applied will very soon necessitate ft'frv w ,..
delays of one kind and another, ,
the planting of large areas to Put _
4 full
all of which have been unavoidable, up Ots
camphor trees unless a substitute can
and many of which have been very

be found. expensive to the Florida East Coast in Cartoons fhti
o The climatic conditions and the \ Fancy } / .
railway.It [ -
cheap lands of Florida are well adapt.
Is estimated by the engineers that
ed to the growth of camphor. \ Delivered at
the work-()f reclamation will be com \ your
i 1
pleted in one year from the time actual ,
The McMillan Stils.
r operations ire commenced. How Express Office I I ,
Straight business Ideas are shown in
ever, it is the intention of the com- iiiiriS sY
the display made by the :McMillan ti
I to start dredge at the mouthof tt
1 Brothers, of Jacksonville, and their pany a
the main drainage canal at Lake For $3.20.Regular
F turpentine distilling plant is one of
the marvels of the show. These gentle- Worth and work westerly to Lake I

Clark: As soon as this machine'
men, who have for many years furnished
reaches Lake Clark the water will $1.00 the Boys"tL'
to the operators of the state a Quart Whiskey; write foi *

commence to flow toward the sea,
their stills are well known manufacturers -
and need no introduction to and many hundreds of acres of land omplete I Price list. k

the people interested in the naval in the drainage area will be ready for We have tilt btgttt stitcittft

stores kettles placing production.In with one its of.hundreds their huge'of feet copper of cultivation ready At guy for rate at cultivation,once.all of the by lands next will cropping be Ocala House Wine Rooms.OC I of fid aon R. M* d( ,.... .

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coiled "worm" on exhibition, the firm There season.will be twelve miles of dykesin FLORIDA. R graphs In tk cy to Mb* .....

expended considerable capital, but .
all. The north dike line will be a .
it will eventually prove of benefit, not
continuation of the road leading from
only to the enterprising manufacturers -

but to the entire state. the county road on a section line one

rICe south of the city limits westward TQJ/ A. E. BURNETT
The above from the Tampa correspondent 4
toward Lake Clark, and reaching I
of the Times-Union is of interest ,! [FULL I ,
the of 1XPRlrss
property George L. Branin,
to the many patrons of this PRhPAIDJLL I

big concern In this section. D. A. Allen and others. The eastendof .,. 4z2. (. I JEWELER,

this dyke will be two and one-fourth ) Merchants' Block. .
EXPRESS o.Iat .... ..
Foods That Make You Fat. miles, reaching the pine lands of _

Potatoes, baked beans, fats the west of Lake Clark. Joining this tie : PREPAID
peas S ......._.... I'.
sweets-ale, beer, sweet wines and dyke, the west dyke will run east- -
even water, when taken with meals, ward three and one half miles. All ,

all conduce to obessity. But in lieu of these dykes will be three feet 8QOO 4 LANDS.

of the, foregoing flesh producers one II above the level of high water on Lake _

may satisfy hunger with a moderate Clark, insuring against any possible __ .

amount of lean meats, poultry fish; overflow in the reclaimed area. The 3i If you have lands you wig to wM, Ww *r iff ;

F with fruits system of dykes will be constructed S I IDoz or if want to lamk far
(except figs, dates and bananas 4 you buy forte, .....,.q.
) and with substantially and will be hard surfaced ,
vegetables such as r It DELIVERED turpentining or lumber pbrp..ta,

k spinach, string beans, eggplant, celery, making an ideal highway for FOR

beets, etc. I .would recommend also all kinds of vehicles, including autotltics : eL $ Write to
that those overfat from a too rich r..& and the roadways will be _

and generous diet abstain from liquid sufficiently Broad to allow the meet BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.

', : at meals but they drink copiously be- ing and passing of vehicles of every i

tween meals to flush their systems. description in safety.It CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY OCL A, FLORIDA.

Water, be it remembered: is an ex is estimated that the road building ._- .
cellent purgative. Elliot Flint in alone will cost the company at Jacksonville Fla.

Outing. least $:!l\OOO. II

The main drainage canal connect _-- .. -- __ -I
--- - --
Deputy Sheriff Weaver was tried ing Lake Clark with Lake Worth will t

before Judge Bell Friday afternoon be sufficiently wide to carry off all

charged with "something concerningof the water that is desired and will i! We Never Disappoint Our Paibts Cold Storage 11

some hogs." It seems that he and a have a splendid fall, Lake Clark being ,

Mr. Priest, who lives in the western sixteen feet, above the level of. We Fulfil! Evftry Promise and liner Hold Out Fain: MHeI.
iyC Strtolore wltaoat the knUa orboagleaadverloeeele Vttkftat
part of the county had entered Into a Lake Worth. To prevent the washing lib CURE pain or deteatlon from baslaew; Contagion Blood h l* of Meats!

copartnership for the raising of hogs. .cf sand or the filling of the main cared never to ratarn without mercury or' mineral mutant La*. .f Maaiff
"\ YifforFoiUTeiycu 4; no itlroolaot bl .*raaa,, 11
Mr Weaver was to furnish the animals canal a lock will be placed at the \ Tee Dr.Viz Mescal C .1I aD IDs\ttulJoll oraaafle4' 5-S j taws of m.state .t Georgia tot ta. tmtm'oi aaac.r.a{ail
and! Mr. Priest to feet ,..1 ca '.< 1 ce at Lake Clark, where con. ,' I l1noauut1Jft1a IIlI.UIL Dr. N. I. K'ne.: it. trCjZtt R ft We '
for work and other such fixtures \ I tel*taiUwtlon to the cblef oonsultlmg ipectiUiv balQf HtifM beg to anmio r j ". t 11
them of
and they were to A\ifo th I by a lUff of aaleeat physician tad wjeooi. --- -
1 Ouxia ceMJ tee tw.uaeBtof chroola dittuMd .. to
; profits. ..{, .ionary nature will Wafer
One of Mr. Priest's guarantee
neigh meilc aDd
; we asa bott elaotr1 &1 s'eraiet f. public that
bors claimed that some of the hogs in absolute safety. This canal will enter Oar offices art eq"Stppe4 with ai the f alriaia, ftn *,5u we *?: tu, .,,
4 IeSX-ra"TtolI 17.and Flnsearar!* fact, mryeootriTMoa .,- cjq. "
Mr. Priest's field belonged to him and Lake Worth about four miles southof i bon to tu medical profusion. Our tanodern
ia CTWT reepeet std we emploY set* bat "e cure Meats. We GUARAN..
Priest claims that these hogs were the city or a mile south of the trained and cfioleat akndinisreplsrty o.aaUetf Ifa
aa*UoeaMd pfijiJeUM being la eIwJe tI
r furnished him by Mr. Weaver. Disputes Bingham. place.In Wo employ BO UUiadtBg luau to sec M vatlta.
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nUl 1 WRCK[ O York, of, the Spencer party, was also New York, being a grandson of Gen- ,

f QN train killed, as was Mr. Spencer's special eral Schuyler of revolutionary war WUNDERFUL( 'r MACKEREL I ( (

dispatcher. D. W Davis, of fame and a grandnephew of Alexander Ae4JPv

SOUTHERN[ RAIL W Y. Alexandria, and Engineer Terry, and Hamilton.Mr. .

Mr.Merill.Spencer's' private secretary, Mr. Schuyler was born in 1839 and CItH! N NEAR( R MIAMI. A.'<; <0
One man,
not yet identified, graduated from the scientific schoolof

was also'killed.. Eight negoes were Harvard University and of the prepared F9A
PRESIDENT SPENCER KILLED injured, one probably of Berlin am
fatally. Presi- University and served with ,
Spencer's private coach was en- distinction with the Army of the, Po \ 9CF
AND tirely burned The party was on a tomac during the civil war. He wasa AND A DAY IS THE RECORD to give you the Best a
OTHERS ALSO KILLED hunting trip south. director of the New York Life In-
r heavy engine of the train surance and Trust company. Bargains in
plowed into the private car of Presi- The Operator's Fault .
1 den Spencer
in which he and his Lynchburg, Nov. 29.-The sectionof

.' BRIEF SKETCH OF .: guests were supposed to have been the road where the wreck happened catch of ten, fifteen and twenty. fall oid) Winter Goods a

( MR SPENCER'S LIFE. sleeping. Immediately the private car I was protected by the block system.A thousand pounds of mackerel
by one
t Samuel Spencer was born in caught fire. The wreckage was piled statement made by the passengersis lothing
crew in one day is considered Such Men's
e Columbus. Ga., March 2, 1847. around the engine as though placed that the engine of the Florida train fairly as

9 lie was a son of Lambert and there by human hands to consume it. broke its couplings and ran two miles good luck, but when one passes the COG and Overcoats, Ladies Coats I,to

I Verona Mitchell) Spencer. He + Every portion of the wood work on before the engineer discovered it. thirteen thousand pound mark it goeson

i graduated at the University of the engine was burned, and the mon- The theory is that, in making the record as a whopper.This and Heavy Underwear to"V

. Georgia in 18C7, and at the University stor machine stands there torn and two miles, the engine passed the blockat feat oGss FISH E .
was accomplished yesterday : ft.
. of Virginia in 1869. twisted, and will have to be turned Lawyers, and the operator there 4/

I His wife was Louisa Vivian down an embankment, as it is useless.It carelessly mistaking the engine for afternoon, when one of the )Ic- \ All"

I Benning. daughter of Hon. H. was under the locomotive that the the train, gave a clear block to the Ilvaine & Co.'s crews, surrounded and

L Benning. They were married burned body of President Spencerwas operator at Rageon, who let the Atlanta landed thirty-eight thousand poundsof ,

I In Columbus, Ga., in Feb. 1872. found. It is evident that Mr. special into the block. these splendid fish. The catch was

Mr. Spencer had a long and Spencer was immediately kille d and No official statement has yet been made lear Long Key and arrived at the y.A

I brilliant career as a railroad did not suffer being burned. made.It company's packing house here today.It .

I j manager. He was president of Sketch of His Career. is reported that D. J. Maddux, the : is the largest so far this season, :
operator at Rageon has disappeared. I TT N 14./N1N..NHtIN...11..N11141+N
. the Baltimore and Ohio railroad New York, November 29.-Samuel and gives all the exporters hope that .

. '1887-88; receiver of the Rich Spencer president, of the Southern MORGAN SHOCKED. the present season is going to be the WANT IG THEN USE IDEAL
mond and Danville '1893.97; railway lived in Washington, but his best in the history of the trade. FERTILIZER

East Tennessee, Virginia and business quarters were in this city. Big Financier Almost Fainted When As one packer remarked: "It will

!I Georgia, 1893.96; Rapid Transit He was one of the most prominent Told .of .His Friend .Spencer's need be, as there are more firms boats 2 OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU

New York, 1891.94; and later railroad men in the United States, and Death. and heavier instruments in the mack- FLORIDA VEGETABLES complete "IRISH POTATOES"-Book on

. .' president and director of the for nearly twenty years had been at Lynchburg, Va., Nov. 29-Samuel erel fishing business this season than manual on Florida crops. "Soil Seed Planting and Cultivation .

Southern railway, Alabama the head of many great railroad en Spencer and J. Pierpont Morgan were ever before and unless the fish are good Effect of Fertilizers Digging

Great Southern, Cincinnati, terprises. At the time of his death, in close friends. enough to come about two to one I "FLORIDA ORANGES"-Book of and Shipping.

II New Orleans and Texas Pacific addition to the Southern railway, he When told today of his death Morgan greater than they ever did before, special interest to orange grow. 'PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING"

; Georgia Southern and FlorIda was president and director of the Ala- trembled and swayed like some there is going to be financial trouble ers. special interest to pineapple

I I ; Mobile and Ohio, and a director bama Great Southern railroad corn- one about to faint. among some of us when the season growers.

. in the Central of Georgia pan;', the Cincinnati, New Orleans and "What," he shouted, "my God, is has become a thing of the past. "FLORIDA STRA WBERRIES"- "IDEAL FERTILIZERS"-Book
t ; Chicago, Milwaukee and St, Pacific railway company, the Georgia Sam Spencer dead?" With the catch brought in this J Booklet on "Soil Varieties Cul all of our different brands analyses

Paul; ,Erie; Northern Pacific When assured of the truth and the morning and those of the day previous tlvation and Fertilization." prices, etc.
I and other corporations. cornpang manner, he said trembling: upwards of sixty thousand pounds of
'\ lie had done much toward way company. He was also a direc- "This is a terirble shock. I was mackerel have gone north from here i New and revised edition of the abo.eln.1 published, free for asking $

the development of the south, + tor of the central of Georgia Chicago never so shocked in my like." within the past thirty-six hours.

and was constantly seeking Milwaukee and St. Paul, Northern Pacific Since the above was written two : WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY
Fine Brood Mares. more smacks with good catches have .
company and other corporations.
new plans for the upbuilding :
We have just gotten in a car load arrived in JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

of. this. .region.. . Baltimore Mr. Spencer& Ohio was railway president in 1887 of and the of the the finest state brood and to mares see them ever is broughtto to admire One of the latter boats was the :......................... ...........11...44.0..0

in 1888, was apopinted receiver for them. We will sell them at I,I Malvina of the Atlantic and Gulf -.: ...,
very reasonable prices. Come and and Coast Fish with
the Richmond company 30,000
In a rear-end collision which ocstarred and Danville railroad
the Southern thirtyfive company and for the East Tennessee look MARION them over FARMS at STABLES, pounds, and the other was the Su
on railway FLORIDALOAN
and Georgia railway company. x Yo Ocala Fla. perior, of the South Florida Fish Co., SOUTH and I1RUST
__ ,___ CO.
miles from Chatham Va., this President Spencer was born in Co- The cause of- the wreck on the with 18,000 pounds. All of the fish.
morning President Samuel Spencer, are of a large and healthy size.
lumbus, Ga., in 1847 and was educatedin Southern railway is said to have beenthe
|0f the Southern railway was! among the University of Georgia fault of the telegraph operator These with the catch of 38,000 OF ARCADIA, FLA. .
pounds, made by Mcllvaine & Co.,
,the killed. The southbound vestibul- and the University of Virginia.In perhaps an overworked and under CAPITAL STOCK
foots up today's mackerel shipment to $1,000,000.00.
ed train, No. 37 from Washington to 1S72 he'married Miss Louise Vivian paid official. The whole south deplores
New Orleans ran into passenger train Benning at Columbus, Ga. the death of Mr. Spencer who 86,000 pounds, with the probability WITH DIRECTORS OF THE STRONGEST, ABLEST AND MOST CONSERVATIVE -
that other boats arriving will place FINANCIERS
No. 33, Washington to Jacksonville. Who Schuyler Was. has made such a brilliant success asa IN SOUTH FLORIDA.
the record, before night at considerably Offers to Home Builders long time Payments and to investors
Spencer's Body Burned. *" New York November 29.-Philip railroad man and is is hoped that of both
more than fifty tons of' thesechoice large and small means an unequaled opportunity for safe,
Lynchburg Va., Nov. 29.-President Schuyled, who lost his life in the the manner of his death will result in I profitable investment that will yield a sound and
fish.-Miami Metropolis. an unusual rate of interest.
Spencer's body was burned beyond wreck, was a member of one cf the efforts to make these awful accidents I

recognition. Phillip Schuyler of New 'I I oldest and best known families of less frequent. I i To-day's ads are interesting reading W. H. MOORE, Special Agent -' OCALA FLA.


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The The Vermont Wide World senate and voted Women.down t t .t 1 1 1 1

the municipal woman suffrage bill, 17
to 12.

Nora Stanton Blatch, granddaughter
of the pioneer woman suffragist,
Elizabeth Cady Stanton, has been ap

pointed engineers.on The New girl York's is well staff equippedfor of 'civil .. 1r

her work and got the appointment I SEE D 0 A T SI 1i

pull solely.whatsoever.on merit. having Ii no political

a Baroness Alexandria Grippenburg, "-

cf Finland, in commenting on the -r
political enfranchisement of the women i -
of her country is reported as saying "-
: "The gratitude that we, the wo

men a regret'.of Finland that we feel are, carries less with worthy it One Thousand Bushels Ninety Day or Burt

than the women of England and i 1
who are so much better qualified *""
; i
and have struggled so much Oats for Seed. Order
longer, and with so much more energy 2 Early. .,
ability and perseverance than we. r
... Looking at the walls of her cell in 1
the London jail Mrs. Montefiore! read
such inscripions as these-mementoes ,
occupants-"Keep away .
of former ..
from drink, or you'll come back here 11ice
again; Fannie Lee, six months for E
stabbing;" and she left a record'of i r
her visit in the enamel of the bricks
"Dora Montefiore, two months for -
asking for votes for women" -

Death of Miss Payne at Fernandina.The .
death of Miss Payne on last Seeded Raisins Cleaned Currants

Saturday,while almost daily expected, ,
from the fact'of the long illness pre
ceding her disease, was an event
f ;which saddened many old residents .
in this city. As Marion county residents

for many years, the father, London Raisins
George Norton Payne, of Virginia, Layer
had there built a beautiful home near
Orange Lake, which he named Loch-
bield, the Scotch meaning of which is r --- .
Interpreted "Lake Shelter." From

JIarion during to Fernandina all county the years the and Payne which have family lived have there moved wit E Cranberries I Pound pkg Dates |

nessed the death of the first one, then
another member of the family, until
only one sister, Mrs. Bettie Dowie
now remains; the last link on earth .

being severed, which united those Mincemeat in 30-Ib. buckets also
who came to Florida from Virginia r r ; Packages. .
during the years preceding the civil ,
war.Miss Payne was a devout memberof r .
the Presbyterian church, from
which the funeral services were r
held. ... J .
A family of distinguished ancestry,
dating I- back- to earlier English history, .
it is peculiarly sad the loneliness of : I '
who has known '", ...
the bereaved sister . "
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the joys of a large connection and

gathering t round the hospitable TO ARRIVE IN A DAY OR SO
hearths of both Virginia and Florida
homes. In this connection it is in-
teresting to note that one of the original -
,1' estates belonging to the Payne

J f I has family Roosevelt recently of from Virginia been its ,late purchased"Plain owners Dealing by, as Mr.,a" One Thousand Bushels Red Rust Proof Seed Oats' 'Ir

summer home for his family.-Fernan r_ J
diva cor. in Times-Union. ..

The Lakeland Political Sun Dodging.says "It is Also
Car Purina Chicken Scratch Feed
i ; ingly amusing to see some prominent
politicians in the state dodging is r
is said that 'silence --
:' sues. It is golden r
, .. ,' but we think not when it is for -44
i tne lack of courage and firmness to r r :

I speak out upon public questions. We r -- - --: -- -- ,_.: : ; ---,-. --
j would rather be frank and open even r ....-.
I. If wrong sometimes, than to wear out r ..... I!
our trousers straddling the fence all r !
: .
j the time." \ .......... !

The Tampa Tribune some days ago a
caled attention to the "thin r skin" !
We Always Carry Full and line of
< covering of men prominent in the affairs r a Complete .
: of the state, who were afread to
come forward and express their views -.1- r r.1
on vital Issues. "It is esential that ---I.1I
the mass of people, who have not the r -1 i
time away from their various vocations ,
"< to give a study of political or r
'- economic questions, should have leaders r Groceries '

to instruct them who are peculiarly r j
qualified to do so, ether through I
tenure of offices that would naturally

put them en rapport with such questions ....
or through the practice of professions r ....
2 that would lead to the same -4
result.-Titusville Star.
and Candiesr '
Credit Is Due Frank Clark. '
Mr. J. 0. Wright of Washington, 11I
sent by Mr. Secretary Wilson, of the r :
Department of Agriculture, is in the r
state, and will put a force of engineers .
and surveyors in the Everglades r .
country, and will tell the people in a i .
report just what can and should be us your order Prompt Delivery, I
done. We may remark incidentally / 4
4 that Hon. Frank Clark as shown by / --
the eltters published some 'time since. \ ..."
is responsible for this distinguished I rr --
visitor and his assisstants coming --. :" -- '- -'.-' =- -::- -: _::_-- -'-. -.,. .-"{: ...",
among us.-Florida Index. II II II -h.-II __

"Tommus" Appleyard has answered I
all the questions of the' Suwannee I .
News and in a way that, it is to be B
hoped, will satisfy the Live Oak / I ,
r man. It is doubtful whether the qui- g .
vies in the Live Oak paper were deserving I
of notice but now that Editor
Appleyard has "come across" and d .. J.
made a plain statement of the facts -#
In dispute, the* ,incident should be 4,
closed. Life is1 too short to waste
time, and space (that belongs to the *1111

_. Subscribers ces. Pensacola) to Journal.those petty differen / I1 1 ll jll l I uuauuuu l I IS' UUIUUUUUWWWMJU