The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 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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Local Editor. IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. lot was swept and garnished.Mrs. pathy of the council we might as well tee had been appointed a year ago to stract office, Ocala Furniture Co., '
.\ Maughs stated that she had disband. That we had built a walk do such as that and to remove old un- Market, Main street South Second

i LOCAL AND PERSONAL. -- A, Llttie Spicy Reading-We Wish the interviewed the agent at the A. C. L. to the new cemetery, and had contracted sg---.y buildings and that it was up to street and other places which endan- I

) Ladies Were in Charge of 'the depot about the trash and paper SOT trees to be planted along the council to have it done. ger the life and limbs of all pass- '

Mr. M. L. Paine of Fairfield, was City Government at Least which is scattered broadcast over the the same this month; that seats had The ladies requested the use of .ersby.

: transacting! business in the Brick During Tourist Season. streets and that he said the railway been promised which, would be placedin the carts one day in each month. I I Motion carried that the citizens be "
City Tuesday. crmpany did not furnish a porter to position as soon as they were fin- Mr. Weathers asked for a motion to requested to burn all trash, such as

i _. The City Improvement Society held keep the depot and surroundingsclean. ished; that we had attempted to i I Ii that effect giving power to act. leaves and paper, instead of piling it .
I CoL R. F. Rogers, of Lynne, was its regular monthly meeting Tuesday She ought to see :Mr. Charles clean the city and were asked to de I I Dr. Chace objected and wanted the all over the city while waiting for -

i among the business visitors to the morning at Yonge's hall with the pres- Rheinauer! and get him to have receptacles sist; that we had placed barrels as 'matter referred to the street commit- the city carts. .

I, city. on Tuesday. ident in the chair. placed there to receive the many as we*could secure, around to I Motion to have full report of proceedings '

The roll of one hundred and sixty- trash and lunch papers which are receive the trash and paper which tee.Mr.. Weathers withdrew his motion published carried.

:, Mis* May Hopkins has gone tot I one members was called, but only thirteen thrown out every day. The chair* requested was thrown out on the streets and ,which placed the matter back in the Motion made and carried that a

Standard to spend several days with : were present. her to go to Mr. Rheinauerand scattered everywhere. Being handi-i bands of the council.Dr. committee be appointed to see Mr. ;

.,! her, friend, Miss Williams. Minutes of last meeting were adopt.ed have the matter attended to. The carved we were powerless to do any- Chace was asked by the ladies Woodrow and others who have the

1I Mr. 0. M. Gale of Bellevlew for and then the different commtiteeswere barrels were placed around the city thing further without their assis- if he objected to the C. I. Society and management of the library, to find out .

with the asked to make reports. but were entirely ignored.Mrs. tance. its purposes. His reply was inaudableto whether or not anything could be
isierly Teapot
: Grocery, was:
a vUitor to the city Tuesday The chairman of the committee to Hocker was instructed to draw Mr. Owen arose and stated that he the ladies. done by the society in the way of
1. secure seats for the walk 'to the new up a petition, fIr the proper form and thought the society should have the They then withdrew from the coun- securing the library and reducing the
1' Mr. John F. Pierson, the well known cemetery reported that Messrs. Me- present" to the county commissioners co-operation of the council.Mr. cil chamber. subscription from five dollars a yearto

.' golfer, who spent a season in Ocala Iver & MacKay, Mr. R. E. Yonge and at their next meeting to have the Weathers said that he was Mrs. Bittinger's report was accepted one dollar, which would give the. f

1, some years ago, is in our city again Mr. W. J. Chambers had notified the trees along Lover's Lane and other greatly annoyed by the cows with and a discussion, followed. It general public an opportunity to be-

:; and it a guest at the Ocala House. committee that the seats they had driveways which are almost ruined bells that roamed at large at night was the voice of the society that if come members of the Library Association

.. promised were ready to be placed in by excavations properly protected. and disturbed his slumbers. He was I tho laws of the city are not sufficient and to have the benefit of

1 ft idr hotels are getting the benefit of position, and that the AntiMonopolyDrug Mrs. Bittinger, chairman of the informed that even in a small town I to meet the wants of the citizens the books and magazines. The society

", tht holiday trade. The registers are Store, Marion Farms Stables, committee to appear before the like Leesburg the stock law was en- that it is the duty of the council had been informed that the librarywas

:. sharing up welL Ocala, Judging from Pttman & Son, Helvenston and Pas council, made the fololwing report: force'1., and that the citizens I of that to repeal the present laws and not paying expenses and was in -

tht number of strangers in the city isIj teur, Mr. Geo. McKean and Mr. Weihe Madam President and Ladies of the p1! '3 could sleep serenely. I make new ones. The officials are the debt for a considerable sum and was

j in high feather said they would have seats made with- C. I. Society: Mr. Biggs, city attorney, said that I servants of the people and it is their requested to take the matter up.

h: in the next week or two. The committee of ladies, Mesdames the laws of the city of Ocala were duty to have the laws enforced; and Mesdames McConathy and Hocker

1 1 Mrs. T. M. Moore has returned home Mrs.-D. M. Smith, who was appointed Smith, Austin, Munroe, Weihe, Groves, s, fficient and that there ought not to that 'the society did not think that were appointed an Investigating com 1

: from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Hay. to reqest Judge W. S. Bullock and Strunk and MacKay, of whom I was be any trouble to have them enforced.Mr. the agitation of this matter. would mittee.

t 1 good in Jacksonville. While there Mr. Deubel to either move the barb- appointed chairman, assembled with Gates stated that our mayor bring down the censure or disapprovalof Mrs. Bittinger made a motion that

.J shit attended the silver wedding anniversary -. ed wire fence that has fallen down in the exception of Mrs. Smith and Mrs was not In sympathy with the society.Mr. the people in general;! it was the the matter be deferred until another

:J i of her sister's wedding. many places, one foot, thereby make Strunk. The former was representedby Robertson said that he under business of this organization to agl- meeting but afterwards withdrew they

ing the walk to the cemetery wider, Mrs. Maughs, and marched in a stood that there was an understanding ttae whatever would tend towards motion. I
E Mr. and Mrs. Pierce and little
1 or to build the fence of plank, which body to the council chamber, escorted between the mayor and the marshall correcting existing evils that menac- No further business the society ad-
daughter, of Michigan who have been
I will prevent the skirts of the lady by Mr. C. L. Bittinger and Mr. H. not to impound the stock. ing the health and pleasure of the journed. ,, -
touring south Florida are in Ocala
pedestrains from being torn, stated : C. Groves. The last named gentleman Dr. Chace stated that it was not people. But it was not the business ,Will Lead a'Young Bride to" the Altar.
and are the guests of Mr. and :Mrs.
: that on account of illness she had introduced the ladies to the geherally known that the city was put of the society to take up any personal Ex-Governor W. D. Bloxham hav-
p' J. H. Meffert for a few days before
II returning home. not yet interviewed the gentlemen.An couiicil. to considerable expense to enforce grievatice that might exist betweenthe ing been mentioned by some of the ,'

I extension of time was granted. As chairman of the committee I this law, and that there was not suf- mayor council or marshalletthem state papers as a probable candidate
Mrs. JIacKay, who was appointedto stated that we did not want the council ficent funds to do it.
/ "Sterling silver combs, brush and mirror settle that among themselves.It .for governor, the Tallahassee True
: set "all new." Weihe, The JewSIr. interview the owner of the lot in to be frightened by our appear- Mrs Groves, a member of the com- was suggested that since the Democrat, while acknowledging that

, tt6f. \ x front of the Methodist church and request ance, that we came as representatives mitte1 stated to the council that she lawns were rooted up by the hogs ,Governor Bloxham is still young and

, / that the unsightly ruins be removed of the City Improvement Societyand would like to get behind that street and flowers are destroyed by cattle, I will shortly lead one of Ta'.alhassee'a k

, [ Ernest McUn, of Ocala was stated that she had done so to request their co-operation in commitee for one day. In her neigh- that if some one would make an example -I very nicest young women to tho altar i

, here Monday as representative of the and was given permission to give the hating the stock law enforced, the borhood, and all over the city for fchat and shoot a few of them, possibly insists that he has retired entirely t

I, arm. of S. A. Rawls & Co., and secured, material on the lot in payment for strpets cleaned, all unsightly build- matter, limbs of trees and filth were \ tl e nuisance, would be abated. from active political lifer Palatka

f a lease of the county convicts for the cost of removing it. A few days irgs and other nuisances removed, left on the streets for days to decay Motion carired that the attention of News.

1tree years from the board of county afterwards she noticed some one was which were a menace to the health and endanger the heaalth. of the the council and property owners be Large line of gold"and gold filled
, comm'ssloners at the same price moving the debris. She was instructed and happiness of the citizens, but if 1 .raiieJ: to the dangerous condition of'!
The Jew-
cityMr. lockets, "all new" Weihe
i as formerly paid.-Tavares Herald. I to continue her efforts until the we could not get the help and sym I Robertson said that a commit-,I the sidewalks in front of the Ab j I II eler. x

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, the corn and pea wevil and the Prominent Citizens Indicted. The Carpenter-Adams Wedding.At Card Party in Honor of Miss Adams.A supper was served after which the He also said that the witnesses for

p poer by using Carbon Bisuuphide; From Tuesday's Daily. the residence of Mr. and Mrs. H. charming affair of Tuesday afterno''n guests nv\ good bye to Miss Adams, the state contradicted each other

I ._ Cents at TydIngs & Co. xPi' We understand that the grand jury R. Carpenter in this city Thursday was the card party given by all expressing the hope that she and the very nature of their testimony
; might return again .ext winter. showed that they were entirely unreliable
I 1. : fro and Mrs. Hoyt, who own an or- will finish its labors today. It has evening occurred the marriage of Mrs. Robert L. Anderson for :Miss and their evidence worthies;.

, j. ;e grove and winter home on Lake been in session since last Tuesdayand their daughter: Nellie L., and Robert Elizabeth Adams, of Lynchburg, Va., A YoUng Colored Woman on'Trial l for The judge's charge was eminentlyfair

,1 ?lr, have been spending a few days Hon. Adams. The ceremony was performed Murder. ,
active states attorney,
, our wro left for home Wednesday.Miss and impartial and the Ocala the guests of Mr. and Mrs. by Rev. A. S. Hock, pastor of the Gertrude Jordan, a colored woman
t 1 E. W. Davis, has been with the grand Adams came down to be Miss given to the jury about fix o'clock
' '' I"J. Gerlg. They went down to the all of Its deliberations, Congregational church of Elkader, Mary Anderson's maid-of-honor at her reputed to be only sixteen yedrs old, and after being out lew than one
r jury during who used the Episcopal ring service,
, *tke Tuesday afternoon. to accelerate its wedding to Mr. M. J. Roess on the was on trial before' Judge Bullock hour they returned with a verdlei of
which, >aa:: helped i the presence of relatives, no cards
I l' business very much. twenty-eighth of_ last month. She is Tuesday, charged with having murdered "not guilty.
, Mw. 0. M. Hubbard and her son, having been issued. .
p Mr. Luclen Hubbard, left Tuesday for We understand that the grand jury The bride was prettily attired in a very vivacious"and lovely young ,woman Albert Mizon, a young coloredman Ocala Lyceum Course.
and has friends and admirers -
of its many
former's has been busy every"moment chiffon batiste, trimmed with baby, in Ocala some time in June last "
the 'I
nsfott, Arizona to join .
against in this city. Mr, Bridges states that s""tn'' III""
filed indictments
11 n-Io'law! and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. time and has Irish and Valencines lace, while the As there was only a few witnessesthe
of prominent citizens with Tuesday afternoon she wore a" yel- scribers are still ntM before the
M. the winter some our groom appeared in the conventionalblack. much time.
Allredd and to spend iow crepe de chene and was trial did not consume
others not yet made public. gown Lyceum course i Ie completed, tot U
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that Hubbard
f city. MaJ. locking specially attractive. The following named gentlemen
months Among those against whom indict The bride is one of the popular COT.tent that the necessary umber
In Ocala for some yetbut Invited to say farewell to :Miss composed the jury: A. R. Griffin, J,
following -
later will go to Arizona. It is ments have been found are for young ladies of Elkader, possessing Adams were the following: Miss Lu- G. Ferguson, G. Mathews, Buford will be forthcoming, and as the Beating .

hoped the family will all return to : Sheriff Henry Gordon Police-, those accomplishments that tend to cile Colclough, of Gainesville, Misses Leitner, W. :p. Williamson, Geo. B. capacity U limited that those

?|Ocala next fall assault with intent to murder; for the upbuilding of an enjoyable home. Val t.\ Potter, Emily: Ford, Meta Jew- Tyler, G. D. Hogan, H. C. Davis, John who want to reap the advantage of
l man Homer Dean, one The groom is from Ocala, Florida. the Alkahest attraction had better
II. Moody
Knoblock S. L. Redding, A.
: ett. Esther Weathers, Sue Barco, .Hat- ,
I' Utv, L. W. Moore and Rev. F. R. assault with intent to murder and Smith one His mother is the owner of the Ocala tie Dye, Ethel Robinson, Sarah Mc- and A. W. Braley., I npply at once.
', nrtdr ) Coast for mayhem; Jailer Charles W. House in that city. He is connected by I.I The first number on the program
left over the Atlantic Creery, Sara and Louise Harris, Alice The state was ably represented ;
IJt4d Monday afternoon for Palatka, for larceny of a bull; Charles A. Lid- with the clerical force of the hotel Bnllrck Louise Scott and Mrs. H. L. State Attorney Davis, who made a Lo;- ed for Ocala Is the Ladles' Ariel

Yherthey went to attend the annualHtHloa don for attempting to bribe a public and is also the city ticket agent of Anderson.Mrs. very grave arraignment of the prisoner Qi-artette. which scored .Y iwe-
official; the Ocala Ice .and Manufacturing the Atlantic Coast Line at Ocala. Mr. cess here once before.
of of the Meth- that there no palVlation
the conference Anderson was assisted by her arguing were .
kUlt Episcopal church, South. Messrs.rcUliam Company for forming a Adams spent several weeks here this of Roa- for the crime and no extenuating I
daughter, Mrs. Clifton' Camp,
in restraint of trade; Mr. E. D. Crosby -. fall and won. the friendship of those $10.00 A DAY-Is what you can
HImes of Bushnell, Wr. R- for bribery. noke, Va.., who is spending the winter circumstances.Mr. make working for us. We want men
t.tee of Ceday Key, D. R.Zetrouer; of of Louisville, these whom he met. with her parents. The afternoonwas Raymond Bullock representedthe and women everywhere. No capitalor
opy, and F. W. Bishop of Any The indictments against gen. Mr. and Mrs. Adams> departed at a very informal and exceedingly defense and did so in .his usual experience necessary. Here fa your
,,' are the lay delegates .from this tlemen have occasioned a great deal once to" the south and will be at homeat one. earnest and vigorous manner. He chance to make $10.00 a day la your
ibis of comment and their trials are look- Ocala, Fla., after Jan. 1, 1907. They pleasant own community. Wrie for particu
1. Rev. L. W. Moore. of interest TIle handsome prizes were won by held that there was no evidence lars. National Temperance Beverage
deal of
forward to with a great Elkader with the
7 Preached the opening sermon ed leave hearty con- Miss Colclough and :Miss Potter the against the young woman except negative Co., Mobile. Ala. x

". > ar, Bishop Morrison presided gratulations of. friends.Elkader .latter presenting her prize to Miss evidence and evidence of
< (Iowa) Register. sufficient A big supply of sealing wax and
'','r the conference. Sterling silver manicure sets', "all Adams, the honor guest. that nature was -not corks for sealing syrup bottles and

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Governor Broward and the internal Special correspondence Ocala Banner. 88S888Sam

improvement board have recently 'entered Real estate is changing hands considerable In the year 1904 when he was a

into a contract with George F. in Berlin. candidate for the presidency on the I o .

Miles, president of the Florida Coast Our efficient school teacher attended democratic ticket, Judge Alton B.

Line Canal and Transportation com the teachers' meeting last Saturday Parker in a speech in the city of I e, -

pany for the digging of a canal from in Ocala. New York made the following in his SPECIALSHOLIDAY

Jacksonville to Key West, using the Rev. A, L. Prisoc preached a very charges against Mr. Roosevelt and I .

natural waterways in connection interesting sermon last Sunday to a the republican party: : I m

therewith the same to be completed large congregation.There "Congress creates a new depart- i

within five years; the cost of whichis will be a Christmas tree at ment of commerce and labor. Of

estimated at two million dollars.. fellowship church or school house on that department the president of the I

This enterprise means much for Monday night, December 24, with ex United States appointed a secretary.

Florida and especially at the time ercises.Mr. That secretary was his private secre- I SALE

when there is universal complaint T. M. Phillips was transacting tary. Within the department provis- i

< about the extortionate railway and business in Ocala Saturday. ion is made for the collection from I

L I express rates and the delays in Mr. A. W. Aikins left some few days large corporations, including the so- s .

' shipments and especially of perish ago to accept a position with Over called trusts of information which is I

able stuff. street & Sellers, near Orlando, butwe to be borne in mind is to be' submitted -

I- Until very recent years the whole have been reliably informed that: to the president for private or I
traffic of China with her four hun he has become dissatisfied and will return -public use as he may direct. By graceof

dred million of population was to his first love, Berlin. the same executive, this secretary, I .
done" almost entirely by her system Mr. J. L. Smith and family have through whose department this information m

- of canals and canals !have. played an moved to Martel. Mr. Smith uas embarked is collected, becomes the I .

L1 important part in the traffic of all in the mercantile business. chairman of the national republican

lands and now more than ever the Dir J. M. Richards will look after committee. His chief duty has been I -

attention of the business world} is Mr. Smith's business here. and still is to collect funds for the I F rio

L directed to them. Mr. E. C. Crumpton, of Wakahoota, purpose of securing the election of VJ4IB

While the Panama canal is the most is spending a few days with his par the president. And it is now notorious .

important just now engaging pubIc ents here. that there has resulted from this organized o Shoes
attention the Florida canal is the Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Crumpton and L importunity-whatever may I

longest, covering a distance of over Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Luffman, of Oak, be the precise way in which it is ,

eve hundred miles. spent a few days in our berg visiting mt de effective-an overflowing treasury t M -

Ocala occupies an exceedingly for friends this week. to the committee, of which boast .

Innate position in the canal zone The farmers are getting busy plant is openly and continually made." I More Styles than ever before Larger Stock It

the distance between Blue Springsand ing oats although the ground is so dryit )lr. Roosevelt was never more nettled ,

Silver Springs is less 'than ,thir is a very difficult job to plow it. in his life and four days after ,
I than Usual for Ladies Gentlemen Q
ty miles and the nature of the soils CALLIOPEAN.LAKE wards issued from the White House I I ,

most favorable for canal digging the following indignant and angry de- t r,1
i Misses and The
WEIR. Boys Babies
being mostly soft sand with very little nial: : n

rock or clay. Special correspondence Ocala Banner.Mr. "Mr. Parker's accusations against I .
If her citizens would show
some Mr.
Cortleyou and
and Mrs. Thompson, of Stone me are monstrous. Ii
public spirit and have these two bodies If true
they would brand both of I
us .
e ington, Conn., arrived a few days ago v _
of water, one emptying into th forever with infamy, and inasmuch as .,
and are guests at the Smith house. -
Atlantic and the other emptying into they are false heavy must be the .
Mrs. R. L. Martin returned this eVe condemnation L V .
the Gulf connected by a canal for of the man making them. ;
ptr'ng from St. Louis, where she has I
the navigation of small boats such as The assertion that Mr. CorI'
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Guy
now ply these two streams and their tleyou had any knowledge i
1 Eifon.:
tributaries, public attention would be Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hoyt arrivedyesterday while in any official position where- I a Clothing Furnishings .
directed to it that ultimately it would by he was enabled to secure and did
from Cambridge, N. Y., to
;; eventuate in being enlarged into a secure any contributions from
spend the winter at their cottage on :any I
ship canal to which public attentionhas corporation is a falsehood. The assertion b
he lake shore. .
been so often drawn. that there has been I

The New Orleans Times, Picayune, Louise Mrs., of Vaulkman Yarringon, and Conn.,daughter came in, direct or indirect, by any Mr.blackmail Cor \ For Gentlemen, Youths and Boys. Line
the Galveston News, the Mobile
tleyou or by me is falsehood.
Z Register, the New York Sun, the Saturday will occupy night their over cottage the A. C.on L.Lake and assertion that there a has been made The I fj Complete and very attractive. See our

Washington Post and other great in my behalf and by my authority, by

newspapers of the country have re avenue.Rev. Barge will hold divine services Mr. Cortleyou or by anyone else, any I Q Umbrellas Hats and Caps. .
peatedly referred to the feasibility pledge or promise or that there has ,
at the school house on Lake
and absolute need of such an enter been I PB
j any understanding as to future
avenue Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. l
prise. immunities benefits, in
The patrons and pupils of the pubic or recognition
It has been shown that it would
of any contribution from I :
any source,
school are very much pleased with
save in distance more than seven is a wicked falsehood." n _
the able and sensible .
hundred miles going around the FlorIda very management
President Roosevelt
I of the school by the present now so far
reefs and would also make harmless acknowledges Judge Parker's
teacher, Miss Nannie McGahagin, whoa charges
the risks and perils to life and to be true that he is anxious I
to have
an exceptionally bright and to 3'Dry
up ,
property on said reefs.If I
the large of
money contributed Goods &
date teacher in every sense of the Notions
the Ocala board of trade wants to word. by the insurance and trust companies, I
set in movement a proposition that which contributions
p :Mr. Charles E. Worth tax collectorof were influenced
will result in actual it will
some good by Mr. ,
Cortleyou returned to the
died last
do well to turn its attention to this county eral trusts and corporations.These BhBM #

proposition.The I Monday. although charges pronounced of monstrous Judge Parker's false- t: Large Stock. Well Selected. Strictly Up- -

Advantages of Inside Route i in SOUTH LAKE WEIR. .9
hoods at the time, and in such appar-
Brief. to-date Styles. Special attractions inLadies'
The opening of the canal will open Special correspondence Ocala Banner. netly vehement manner as to have I I[
We wish to congratulate Mr. and Hide even democrats at the time
x to light navigation draft steamers an inside, barges passage and for Mrs. Thorwald Peterson on the ar believe them to han been untrue, r:g COATS and RAIN COATS.Don't .

rival at their home of but they have since been
a seven pound proven and
yachts miles something in length more between than five Jacksonville hundred babl girl. acknowledged to hate been absolutely 1, ci fail to inspect this entire

Miss Nita Carter has recently beenon true, yet up to this time the president -

In order and to Key more West.readily understandthe a trip out of town. has sent no letter of apology to t p:g Department. It is com-

Mr. C. E. Brekenridge is down from Judge Parker. It is clearly his duty .
and its it is
project purpose necesRI -
ry for those unfamiliar with the the north on a visit to his nephew, in face of the ugly disclosures to have [,:: plete in all details.
Edward B. Killam He has land in promptly done so and up to the pres. .
u ast of Florida to know that insidea
comparatively narrow strip of land terests in Mississippi, where he will ent moment the amende honorable i' J.:g
go later on. hns been entirely overlooked. i .
are several tidal rivers or lagoons, '
which were disconnected before the Mr. C. A. Miller, Peter Olson and if J .. ._. I
canal company began operations, butwhich E. B. Killam were on- a business tripto Death of a Brilliant Man Who Went I J. J A ... '

the canals of this company are Levon recently.A Wrong. :g. .

now forming into one continuous waterway Franklin J. Moses, the former governor

with a single lock for its COMPARISON. of South Carolina, died in Boston I[o ,

length. Tuesday. He was asphyxiated Groceries
Florida Coast dine Canal
-500 Miles, ,
Many of these natural water coursesare by escaping fumes from a gas stoove,
Width 60 feet,
depth' 6 feet, cost y ,
already well known, such as the $2,000,000 30 years building. but whether he left the jet open by ;

; Halifax, the Indian, the North and accident or design is not known. The
Connecting and Key
the St. Johns rivers, Lake Worth and deceased was the only son of Chief
West will be
; more than 500 miles .
Biscayne Bay, all of which are now long-the longest canal in the world Justice Moses, of South Carolina. flj This Department AS ALWAY ly
used by pleasure craft during the The canal company was organized in After a brilliant career at college:

winter.It 1881 and work has been In,progress he joined the Confederate army at Up-to-date and fully stocked with the
is not therefore unreasonable, to the breaking out of the civil war.
more or less constantly ever since. It
5 assume that when vessels of suitable At the close of the war he entered the
will be completed under agreement VjHI: Best and Freshest Goods
draft can leave the St. Johns river within a' much shorter period, at a i political field and after serving as to be had '
at Jacksonville and run down this I speaker of the house was elected governor -
.cost upwards of $2,000,000.The .
Inside passage past St. Augustine, Or- Suez Canal.Connecting in 1873. .

.- mond, Daytona, New Smyrna, Roc k' It was then his downfall commend .
the Mediterranean .
,, ledge, Palm Beach and Miami to Key .. and Having forsaken the democratic _
the Red seas, 100 miles long, 72 feet
West there will be offered to winter party and become a republican, he
wide, 26 feet deep, began building \
visitorsto Florida a new attractioon 1860; completed 1869. suffered social ostracism. He vacated

which cannot fail to make the East Corinth Canal. his office as governor and became a '

Coast a more popular resort that it the victim of the drug habit. Then he
Crossing Isthmus of Corinth
)w.-Tallahassee Sun. 4 miles long, 72 feet wide, 26.5 feet It ft the south and settled in New Every Item
York. He made
a living by writing
deep. Projected by Alexander
General Gilchrist and His Pineapples.What ; be-I political speeches for candidates for .
gun by Zero, and completed in
is this, about General Gil office. He frequented the lowest densin
In each
I department offered
Sault..Sainte Canal. at the Lowest
christ and his pineapples! ? Simply Chinatown. He said so in one of Prices consistent
because the general went to the Cost $7,200,00; 18.75 miles long, 22: :the most remarkable confesions made with value and
oJ feet deep, with bottom width of 275feet. [i a competent force of salesmen
state fair and handed out a few pine- by a man. Then he was convicted of on hand

apples to newspaper men, should he theft and went to Blackwell's Island. : anxious to wait and
be suspected of trying to buy his St. Petersburg and Kronstadt Canal. ,c y on customers most desirous

way into their.stomachs as governor Connecting Lake Superior, St. Mary One of Florida's Needs. of pleasing one and all.
Well, considering how much it costs river and Lake Huron; a few thouand sThe state of Florida should estab- t 3

to buy one's way into smaller offices feet long.-Tallahassee Sun. list a department of immigration and

than that of governor, when it really Albert Gilchrist never be Governor commerce. Such a bureau, acting in r -
comes to a case of actual "buy," if the of Florida, but we hazard the conjunction with others in the south. Cern -ij -- :: T a::;

general can buy a lot of newspapermen assertion that if he ever reaches states, cando much to turn the I- ,

by simply''' handing out sour that goal, he will have more "PAties" tide of immigration permanently toward t
winter pineapples, he would deserve the south. It can do what no f'
in a MONTH than of his PLEASE
the place-from the buying stand- predecessors have ever had in FOUR merely commercial association of private t C-ij FAVOR US WITH A CALL
citizens can do. At the samel
point. .-Jacksonville Floridian. t L
But it is all bosh. The papers 'have time ships bringing immigrants must !I!

Cromwell Gibbons in his recent trip be assured of return cargoes, and it ) ,

gen.eral to Havana got mixed up with the various is in this regard: that the co-operation ijH.

them. Besides }did he limit those freaks that were going over to ot commercial, agricultural and hortJ-1 .B. MASTERS

pineapples to newspapers and politicians Cuba from the Tampa mid-winter fair cultural bodies of the whole state is i; :

?--:Orlando ,Star-Reporter. and this distinguished attorney got needed, as ,:well as in the matter of I,y
..;. himself all mixed offering inducements to Im'h grants.
up. However iis I DECEMBER 14TII, J90. '
Mrs. Angle Birdsong, who ,was recently friends met him at the docks and be If the whole state will woxk together I!,t
tried at Hazelivurst, ,Miss., for cacu, around all 'ght.< without jealousy to that end a regular .
,, was found ecllty" et man;! -
murder line of steamers can be established, 'ftf
{ aught To faya3s a interesting: reading "* the state greatly beriefitted.nr t'J EEEESBEE
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I I MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. After .Our Public Officials .With a The report of the Ladies' Improve- Card Party for Miss Colclough. -- -.- .-

I ==- Local Editor.- Sharp Stick. ment Society and the work and presentment One of the leasantest of the small F .1J-._. ....-. : '= --' -.--,:. lim k' 4lf IOppORTllN'1Tyi
The report of the Ladies' Improve- of the -1)
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. grand jury is not
ment Society of social gaities of the past few weeks
Ocala and the presentment such a bouquet as the city and coun-
Harry Stalberg. of of the Marion county grand be of. was the informal card party, which
Mr. Dunnellon, ty .may proud Indeed our ad-
'" In Ucala Wednesday. jury disclose a dreadful condition of ministrative and executive officersare Piss Florence Walters gave at her

I"c LXXfrr affairs both in the city and county. Ac- given solor !
some plexus blows. home on South Third street Monday
John Lovell, of Sparr, is visit- cording to the report of the. Ladies' 1
A Shakespearean Luncheon.At evening'for Miss Lucile Colclough, of
i Ins ler shier In this city. Improvement Society the city councilof
who is Miss
one o'clock Wednesday Mrs. Gainesville, visiting Sara
r Ocala confesses its inability to
fIr. D. A. Smith, representing An. enforce the ordinances of the Robert A. Burford gave a lovely lun- Harris.
I city. cheon in Progressive whist was the feature
. compliment to Mrs. Scott, :
$irny 'u in Ocala Wednesday.Mr The cows roam at large and destroy I
of Memphis, Tenn., who is the guestof of ;]J" evening and the players spentan
flower gardens and are given the
W.V.. Reed, of South Lake priv- her sister, Mrs. E. L. Carney, and i usually merry evening together.
the streets. All
over the
Weir, was a visitor ta Ocala Wed- for Mrs. Duval, one of the winter's There were only three tables but ev-
city limbs of trees and filth are left Here is chance
nesday. brides. eryone was in their gayest humor and your to get ,
on the streets for
days to
decay and
The table was beautifully apopint- the games were most enjoyable.The .
Mr. Leonard Dozier is up from Or- endanger the health of the citizens. ed, red being the color scheme. In players were Misses Lucile

lando spending a few days with his, The ladies might have gone further the center of the table on a reflector Colclough, Sue Barco, Sara and GENTS' FURNISHINGS AND TRUNKS at
and said that the
family, streets are obstructed was a large bowl of red roses and this Louise Harris, Florence and Margaret

with wagons, bugiges and other vehicles color was introduced in the menu. Walters, Messrs. O. B. Howse, Harvey -

t lira. T. K. Slaughter, of Levon, is horses are curried and clippedin The place cards were small Clarke, T. H. Harris, W. 'V. prices below factory cost. If possiblewe

| Tililng in Ocala the guest of Mrs. H. the streets and the hair blown in t booklets and were exceedingly I I II Wheeler, Howard and Harry Walters

M. Hampton. all directions and the goods of mer- :clever. On the cover was I and the scores were kept by Holmes i

r chants and machinery of printing and the pictures of different actressesin Walters. want to close out our entire stock I
Mr. Walter Ray, of Mattel, has goneto other
plants are injured by the fright- the various Shakespeare roles and After the games a salad course with
I North Carolina to spend the holidays
ful dust. Yet the city council has inside was the menu hidden in quota- hot chocolate, crackers, etc., was

I with relatives. It on its pay rolls a marshal, policemen, tions from this famous writer and the served. by January 1st, 1907
cow puncher and street overseer and deciphering of the Miss Barco won the ladies' first
i menu proved quite
Rev G. II. Harrison went to Char-
water sprinkler, so why should it interesting. prize a set of silver whist scorers,
I If'KtoD' S. C., Monday to spend a few '
I days recuperating.We confess its inability to enforce the or- Covers were laid for twelve and and Mr. Wheeler, the gentleman'sprize )'- -' ;!- : : .:. K ftl Z1JCHAMBERS :

dinances and mitigate the dust evil? rf-ose seated at the tables being Mrs. a silver valise tag. Mr. Howse

I are sorry to chronicle that Mrs. According to the presentment of li 1 ford Mrs. W. M. Scott, Mrs. L. W. received the "booby" which was a

D. W. Thompson is very ill at her the grand jury the county jail is ina D\'al./lrs. E. L. Carney, :Mrs. Wil- small silver ring. On one side were

home on North Main street. filthy condition alive with vermin, liam Hocker, Mrs. C. C. Carroll, Mrs. the words: "What you know about SH.OE CO.

and the officers of the law, whose du- Frank Harris Mrs. W. V. Newsom whist is found in this ring," and on

Evangelist Samuel J. White will ty it is to preserve the law inviolate Mrs. C. S. Cullen, Mrs. J. W. Pearson, the other these words: "You have won 4

preach every evening this week, beginning are pronounced as violaters of the :Mrs.: J. C.. B. Koonce and :Mrs. Mamie the booby prize, study this ring and

tonight at 7:30 o'clock, at the law. The sheriff is indicted, and a Howse-StoovalL get wise." OOALAFLORIDA: .

school house, at the corner of Lemon deputy sheriff is publicly reprimandedfor After the elegant luncheon the A special guest's prize, a dainty lit-

and Forest streets.-Jacksonville cruelly mistreating a prisoner in ladies spend the afternoon very in- tle lace handkerchief, was presentedby 1. -' L '- '--
his !I : : _:: :::: ,l :: __ _: _. : _, ::::_t_ tii
Metropolis. custody. formally and pleasantly together. the hostess to Miss Colclough

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Hurry It will be many a long day before you'll have another opportunity Hurry .

No Use like the present one to buy Dry Goods, Clothing and No i Use _

I Shoes at practically your own figures. We cannot afford to _

To Wait? pay freight on our stock to Virginia, hence it MUST be sold. TOVait\ : =

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Opera House Blk 5 Ocala, Florida.

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, Dr. L. Montgomery of Micanopy, The Boston Store. I Prof. \\'. S. Pike and :Mr.: Frank The World as a Dodger. I I

Wednesday afternoon in This popular mercantile establish- *i Mathews furnished the music and until This time it was Mr. Hearst that
came down
I consultation with Dr. W. H. Powers ment is reaping the benefit of the judicious | midnight the young people greatly afforded the New York World its excuse -

who is Mrs. D. W. Tompkins' physi- advertising which it has been ;I i enjoyed tnemselves. for supporting the corporations, IPOWAPHS !I

i dan." energetically pursuing for some I Those present were the following: the insurance grafters, the Wall .

weeks past as is evidenced by the ;!Miss Lucile Colclough, of Gainesville, street speculators and the franchise

: Mr. D. H. Irvine, of Orange Lake, throng of customers that are now :Miss: Maggie-Bailey, of Jackson, Miss., grabbers. The World always managesto

was down Tuesday and Tuesday night crowding it daily. Miss McClaugherty, of Bluefield, W. find the excuse.-The Commoner.

was initiated into the mysteries of the The customers find here a carefully Va., Miss Thurber Gore, of Wilmington Does )lr. Bryan regard Mr. CharlesE. -
Elkl. lIe is one of Marion county's selected assortment of goods, which N. C., Misses Valeta Potter, Paul- Hughes, governor-elect of the state

most splendid citizens. embrace almost everything that can ine Sullivan Mattie Williams, Sara of New York as an insurajge graf

r be called for in the dry goods line. Harris, Louise Harris, Anna Mixon, ter, Wall street speculator and franchise -

Little Miss Elizabeth Hocker has !hEY have just gotten in an extra Sue Barco, Ethel Robinson, Edna Dozier grabber-World. t .

lone to Jacksonville to visit her fine line of ladies' tailored suits also Louise Scott, Alice Bullock, Well, does not Mr. Hughes represent

aunt, Mrs. E. H. Mote. Next week some exceedingly, handsome dresses Eloise Miller, Leafy Sylvester Mf .>. tiie arty of Cortleyou.and what have I y r ,Ulr :

Mrt. Hocker and her baby daughter and evening and afternoon 0. B. Howse, Sanford Jewett, Alfred you not said against Cortleyou and

and Mrs. L. \\\ Duval will go up to wraps. The prices of these goods Beck, Harvey Clarke, J. H. Taylor, E. the republican party?

Jacksonville and at Christmas they range from five to seventy-five dollars. J. Crook, W. D. Taylor, J. H. Workman -
will be by their husbands anda this Mathews John Pelot Mrs. Fishel Gives Dinner Party.
Joined There can also be found at storegentlemen's Robert ,
delightful family reunion will beenjoyed I suits in all styles and Harry Palmer, Howard and Harry On Tuesday afternoon / lrs. M.

at the home of Mrs. Mote. I ranging in prices from ten dollars Walters, Sam Teague, Ralph Robinson I Fishel gave a lovely dinner party in
t honor of one of Ocala's most popular
and Joseph Bell.
; Wednesday was a busy day in the The Boston Store also has a large visitors, Mrs. W. Moore Ssott, of

circuit court but the chairs were not select'on of silks satins, laces rib- The following from the Gainesville Memphis, Tenn., who is visiting her

ill occupied as they were the day be- bons, edging, etc., that is always so Elevator, says the Pensacola Journal sister, Mrs. E. 1... Carney.
fore when the trial of Gertrude Jordan Fishel is most hos-
interesting to feminine buyers. sounds a little queer when one con- Mrs. a pleasant '
was In progress. Those who Their stock of shoes will be of siders that Alachua county capturedthe tess and on this happy occasion she -

aid the penalty for their misdeedswere e-pedal value to men and women who first prize at the Tampa fair: was assisted by her sister, Miss Jen-

Louis Scott. convicted of grandlarceny attractive footwear at "We did hope this year that there nie Hohenberg. 1
nt to buy
and sentenced to two years ; would be no outside influence broughtto '
Paul Caldwell got ten reduced prices. Florida Divorce Statistics.Rev. .7/ze, BEST
imprisonment; bear the warding of prizesat -
valises, handbags and upon
Their trunks Claude W. Duke, the Tampa I
rears for manslaughter. everything in this line is complete and the Tampa state fair but from preacher, calls attention to the fact j CHRISTMAS GIn'

Mr W. H. Tison, formerly of Gaines all classes of buyers can be satisfiedas the statements made by reliable gen- that in 1867 there were granted in
tlemen who were present that politi- .
where he recently the prices fit all pocketbooks. %
rtlle. but now of Ocala. Florida 32 divorces and in 1905 1,600. -
abundance girl's cal undercurrent so prejudical to
engaged In the saloon business, They-also have in He shows that divorces have multi- ,
in the state its 'S
everything brought (SS '
ta in the city on a visit to his parents dresses and boy's suits. plied perhaps more rapidly in Florida 1 "
of. goods is complete hidden forces' to bear and pushed
and friends. Mr. Tison Is quite Indeed, the stock than in any other state in the Union. -
stock must be aside right and justice. We can not ; -
associates and the entire
Popular here. and his old .,.
January first as a'&rm that President Brown has a .
!era delighted to see him again. They disposed of r ,
*lll also be pelased to learn that he the store must be vacated by that political bee humming in his hat, but The Lake City Reporter has just I, "
the choice of judges in some instances is-I :: :
:prospering.-Gainesville Sun. time. sued a twenty-four page special ..
yourself that what incline one in that opinion." the
Go and satisfy day edition which'presents attractions

t'The brick and some of the lumber the Boston Store is saying in its ad- of Lake City and Columbia -

** been placed on the ground for vertisements .is absolutely and gen- Bishop C. C. McCabe of the North. county In magnificent shape. It gives A. E. ;
ern Methodist Episcopal church, .and
*-* building of Mr. David S. Wood- uinely true. who held the conference of this pictures of the principal residences. of .
K>Wi handsome new home on Ock- her magnificent shade trees, school .
Night. church in Ocala about a year ago was
lw aha avenue and the ,work will be-: The Dance and church edifices, and her pushing, JEWELERMerchants' }
gentlemen of the danc- stricken with paralysis in New York
.Sa young
on the house Immediately. citizens and gives descriptive
an Informal dance in last Tuesday. His recovery is anti- prosperous Block. 0alaFior da.
| fer,, and Mrs. J. s. Morris returned ing set gave articles of her farming industries -
parlor of the armory. cipated. He was in Libby prison during -
b upstairs
their home at Okahumpkee Mon- mines and manufactures. It
In The dance was gotten up In the civil war and his book entitled -- ... .,...
afternoon after a: brief visit is in all respects a most creditable .
visiting girls and thougha "The Sunny Side of Libby," made
,tla. Mr. Morris was formerly with honor of the publication. Cot John B. Thompson, of Kentucky Unless the courts or
small and informal affair was never-, him .fampus. He was avery fine pul- pardoning
T. B. Snyder haberdashery in this says, there are no "Jimjams"In boards intervene Chester Gillette will
theless enjoyable. pit orator. ..It will pay you to read today's ads. "old time" whiskey. ocupy a seat In the electric ctair.I L


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I'I LONGEVITY. RESOLUTION. ............................................
THE OCALA BANNER LETTER- FROM GENERAL. GIL- FLORIDA FOR m......+..... .................... IMMM.+..+4t S'
CHRIST. -informs that Whereas, Cotton is the principal ..........................................N
The Tallahassee Sun us

FRANK HARRIS, Editor. Punta 8 1906. in the office money crop of the south; that this t
Gorda, Dec. the ensus report compiled

P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. To the Editor Ocala Banner: of agriculture will continue to be so for a numberof
of the secretary
Someone was kind enough to marka shows seventy-one persons living in years to come is a matter which

statement made in your paper,
of .
Florida who are more than one hun- there can be no difference opinion.We
rr made by a gentleman of Ocala on the
note with a degree of great satis-
occasion of a recent meeting of the dred years old.
H faction that the United States con-
Ocala board of trade, and sent same It is natural that an Indian shold iii
at its last session appropriateda
to me. The subject under discussionwas stated near the head of the list. gress
'l small sum to be used in the commen A
the "Inferior and Injurious Railroad Alachua county may claim the prem-
dable work: of extending the market in. : it
Service at Ocala:' A gentleman ium for umbering among its residents I. i
foreign fields therefore, be it :
stated that, "a bill had been introduced four of the oldest centenarians.The ; i,
Resolved, That the southern states
in the last session of the legisla- Indian is a woman 121 years old; :
commissioners of agriculture and agricultural -
ture to give the railroad commissionsome a negro man is 125; another negro is Y
workers, in eighth annual
: : power over the physical conditions 115, and a white man 110 is the old :
session convened in the city of Jack I i
of the railroads, and that this est of the race in Florida.
sonville. Fla., take advantage of this, WATCHES CLOCKS,
bill was defeated by Mr. Gilchrist in The whites who have counted the r
the fiist opportunity, to express our : r JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, f
the house, and that he wished the passage of 100 seasons are very few.
appreciation of the recognition givenour CUT GLASS WARE
Motto: The Banner, believing those people to remember this. The roll is quickly enumerated: ,

at the top well able to take care of The following is the history of that Davi'l Roberts lives at Summerfield greatest crop and heartily com i UMBRELLAI, tit.

themselves, has taken its stand in the bill: Marion county. He is 112 years old. L tnd the good work undertaken for 0
the benefit of the cotton planter and LARGEST LINE IN ALA
barricades with the common people The senate journal shows that this George McClellan, 100 years, Mc- ft T. MLECT >

Its will be made for the bet- the manufacturer, and urge our south FRM
and fight bill, being entitled senate bill No. Cltllan, Alaehua. It

1 termentof those at the bottom. 318, Introduced by Senator Hudson, Phoebe Siiarkman' Fairfield, Marion ern congressmen and senators to use

Monday, May 15, was taken up for county, 108 years of age. every effort to secure adequate appiopriations -. Iii I
for the active continuati
t FRIDAY DECEMBER 14, 1906. consideration out of its regular order Abraham Clabran, 100 years, Brent,

I by a motion of the senator on Escambia county. ..'u of this work.

May 29. On that day it was killed in Mary Matthews: 101 years, Bris- Respectfully submitted I i
The Department of Agriculture has H. E. BLAKESLEE,
the senate by a vote of eighteen to tol, Liberty county. 111
crossed a Florida and Japanese or- Commissioner for Mississippi
eleven. The same bill was introduced Mary Jones, 102 years, Coe's Mill,
ange and produced a lemon. I T. H. HUDSON, i
into the house as house bill No. Liberty county. ,
Commissioner for e t
Governor Broward says that the 399 on Saturday afternoon, May 11, Leon county leads all in the number Georgia. :
.e. drainage fight has just begun. It by Mr.. Kilgore, of Sumter county. of centenarians, but there is not f
Veterinarian for North Carolina. .
The committee railroads in all the one white ,
seems to us that it got a mighty poor on reportedit county person

start on election day.-Williston Ad favorably Tuesday, May 16. It can- who can lay claim to the distinction. Committee.

vocate. not be said that I stocked the com- There are eight negroes. Some of Adopted at adjourned session heldat THE OCAL i
Tampa, Fla., Wednesday, Xov. 21, MUSiC 00
mittee. It came up for its consideration them are native Africans, who came II

It is the same story over again in its regular order on its third over on the last slave ship, "Wan lif 6.
Attest E. J. WATSON
reading on the afternoon of May 31. derer." ,
" Senator Bailey, of Texas, was foolish B. W. KILGORE, PresidentSecretaryTreasurer. .......i......i...........i......N.1....e...
j f to have written those letters. He. It was killed by a vote of twentysixto The list of counties is given for I Sb ...+..+.....+...... .......................... 4

I'! ., should have gone in person for the: twenty-three, I voting with the those who have more than one, for .............................................

twenty-six. It is a well known fact it is nothing for a county in Floridato
money. I II Albert Williamson on Politics and ..
I that the speaker, who was myself, have one centenarian: T -_
Even Enrico Curiso had to get out votes last. The bill was dead beforeI Escambia has 7, Duval 5, Jefferson
And now comes poor old Tommy
of the limelight and make way for voted. The ligislature adjourned on 6, Leon S, Marion 6, Madison 4, Su-
Platt and adds his stamp of approvalto FurnitureIt's
the president. "Our Teddy" 13 not June 2, leaving one day, (June 1,) for wannee, 4, Liberty :2.
the old, old adage that "There Is
going to put up with any sideshow the consideration of the bills. It is The census report develops the fact "
fool like old fool.
no an I
performances.. quite evident that a bill that has been that Florida has a Davy Crocket. He
I defeated by over a two-third vote of lives in Hillsborough county and is 1 I
Congress .will be asked' to give fifty The stealing of democratic thunderby
the senate, and was brought up for 112 years old. His wife bears the 1. ,
millions for the improvement Of President Rooselevt somehow re-
I, consideration on the afternoon of May faithfully gentle name of Dolly and is I
little but )fall htock is
i our rivers and harbors but nothing rinds! one of that old negro song, a early, our arriving daily aaj
I :31, there being but one day more for but ten years younger than her lord.
is said about the improvement of our 'Er'er Eph'm got de coon and goneon all we ask is a chance to save you msney. All we ask i i. I
the consideration of bills could not David and Dolly have lived near
f ,- highways. have Tampa for number of l"i t few minutes of your valuable time tr show through
v _________ possibly passed the legislature, a years.It you
even if it had passed the house. It is is not believed that some of the our stock.
The Albany, Ga., Herald, truthfully f'te "Uncle Tom's Cabin" side of
, also quite evident that I did not kill negroes are as aged as they think
asserts that "the mistake that too
President Roosevelt's nature seems
{ many of our colored friends make is the bH. I understand that this bill themselves, but with others there tr, have recently undergone a most A Few Leaders

was engineered by one of the members can be little doubt that the ages were
that they are not satisfied to be col- marvelous sort of a charge. Andd ,
i of the railroad commission. I given with accuracy. Several have P
ored. :see that the "drummers" have taken grandchildren ranging from thirty to C-- knows he needed it. RON BEDS FROM $2.50 UP SI9EI31RK SI UTH
F *
Bishop Galloway is going to Tam- hold of the matter with a view of having fiity years old, and children sixty and
The idols of the democratic partyare CHINA CLOSETS (IS M 4NO UP !
pa to recuperate his health. While this identical bill passed at the seventy.
: rapidly playing out. We don't wantto
. in that city he will be the guest of nexe session of the legislature. The "census takers" were surprised -

I I Mr. John Trice, president of the CiliI Although none of these gentlemenare at the great number of old negroes KNOCK, but truly it is hard for

zen's Bank and Trust company. making a living by getting a sal- \\ho cling to a lingo that is scarcely us charges to against discriminate Mr. Burton between, of Kan-the OCUA fURiITU8!{! CIMPANY.E. 1

.1 ary out of the railroad commission, 'Higii.le. '
Brevard county will hold a wet and and those preferred in the case of C. SMITH
These natives of C V. MOIUITi !
yet, I am satisfied that under their are Senegambia or .
election Dec. 18 and the vote Mr. Bailey, of Texas.
dry on supervision this bill will not be in- i some, other section of Africa, who .
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will be canvassed the 22 and if
on ,
troduced in the next session after came and were sold into slavery and
the county is voted dry all saloons nearly three-quarters of the sessoinis having lived on secluded farms and It is not often that we read a presi R'dtIiIl j"" '.1I. .__!I I

will be closed, and Brevard county dent's message, but we are compelledto j
f, passed. coming not much in touch with whites DIRECTORS:
will be dry-Indian River Advocate. acknowledge that we are GUILTY
-1 Conditions have changed since last hate had little opportunity to learna
less in tl is case. As the old man who got ,1 n. .. halt o.rae )keK.- ,j. E. 11.rlatll.
f session of the legislature. There was outlandish tcngue.
Lake City papers persist in the no demand at that time in the "Great ----.-, drunk on the cane skimmings said, ]!. .\. }ftw I. C, 1* .II/If r

': statement that the Florida University Governor it was blamed villainous stuff" but T. T. )ltIIUW J. I<. Mwfir J
County of DeSoto, which I had the The and the Canal.
Is located in a gallberry flat and that it had the desired effect!" IT WILL
honor to represent, for the passageof Governor N. B. Broward, State
the attendance of students all told FOOL THE PEOPLE.

is about CO, the most of whom reside any such bill. There is now. If Chemist R. E. Rose and Special Agent i e t In addition to its excellent fHW.. thfe Rink ,
I the Chemist R. E. Rose and Special
: thought gentleman now engi- I
in Gainesville. What this

j t needs more than anything else is to neering this bill would postpone its ment of Agriculture, spent Thanks And Bailey now who comes with United brazen States'Senator effrontery has the advaetage of a comFetent, capable and good r

introduction until the middle of May, giving at Fort Lauderdale, eating their
i be removed from the hands of the di '-'ares that the fifteen thousand dollars
"knockers." It has had in its as was done before, I would take dinner of (wild) turkey on the dredge Board of Directors and a strong body of S'ockhoWm,
j; day en- him Mr. Pearce
paid by of the
that is at work the canal. .
charge of it myself. up -- -
: tirely enough of this medicine.
Fearce-Waters and Standard Oil Co., I
I ,. While in Europe last summer, I was Nearly ever since Governor Brow-
. ard has been in office he has been in has "ONLY A LOAN!" My, my. no
! much pressed by what a Scotchman THE
The Tribune the
Tampa disputes wonder the democratic party is in bad CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
: statement that Birmingham is grow- had placed in front of his castle- correspondence with the departmentof I *
rriiv.te with the of
"They have said. What said they? agriculture in reference to the people ,
ing more rapidly than city in the
any wren it is OF OCALA
being controlled
by t
I Let them say. drainage of the Everglades and try-
south and thinks that this distinc such leaders. t
conclusion ing to get assistance, data, etc., from
tion must be given to Tampa. It says In I would simply state t ti

f ;' that Tampa's population is about that I was an earnest, hard working them. The department promised to
I The Atlanta Georgian in last Thursday's -
55"I, member of the legislature, and I try take the matter up and also send an .
three times what it was in 1900 and
to be the same in any body of whichI agent down to look over the groundas issue has a very timely cartoon
all indications point to the fact that
am a member. soon as they had a man to spare.In apropo of the criminal negligene
she will number 100,000 in 1911, in Minsk
and incompetency of the Southern
the meantime Governor Brow-
Very truly, In
We hope the predictions of the Tri-
bune may more than materialize and ALBERT W. GILCHRIST. ard went ahead with his plans and railroad. Two crows are lazily wait- i

began work, and now Special Agent iEg on the track and are accredited to
that the Tribune will keep steps with i
Intolerable Service. Wright, having finished his labors in be saying, "Oh, we are safe!" While
the of the
steady progress" "Queen- Up in Ocala the board of trade of Mississippi, where there was also the buzzards above, weary of waiting, .
City of the Gulf.
that city recently held a meeting for drainage of a similar kind done, was are saying, "We'll have to come back J

Our Municipal Election. the express purpose of discussing the sent here and taken by the governor tomorrow for our steak!" "The Southern We are nowpreparedto make MOSS MATTRESSES

Our municipal election passed off Atlantic Coast Line and the great in- down to the scene of operations. is eight hours late again.

more quietly than any election ever convenience to which the people of Mn; Wright had but little to say officially -tho kind that will last, also to clean and renovate

; held in the city. Only in the third i that section of the state as well as but personally he stated that It was indeed the irony of fate that

ward was there' a contest and it provoked as other portions are subjected. The the work and plans seemed to be all President Spencer and party of the old cnes.V c buy and sell

very little inerest. Except for meeting, it is needless to say from right. He expressed the greatest sur- Southern railway should have lost

the closing of the barrooms no one one point was a rousing success. prise at the dredge and the work it their own lives on account of the same Second-Hand Furnitureand j

That is the people of the place turn- was doing, and negligence and incompetency that jj
:k would have ever known that an elec- was very emphatic in j i

tion was in progress. The votes in ed out in force and much enthusiasmwas his contention that no dredge was has characterized the running of this can save you money on this class of goeds. A

shown in an effort to bring the heard of before that road for the past few It has
the various wards'follows: ever would dig years. great deal of'stock now on hand is as
good as new,
First Ward.-For mayor, L., T. Iz- officials of the Coast Line to accountfor up, not only the muck, sand and trees, been rn expensive lesson, and it oughtto and the prices low that it
so will
lar, '31. For alderman, John D. Rob- the distressing service which has but even the solid rock itself with be able to show to coming officials surprise you to

; ertson, 33.Second been gain on throughout the state out any preparatory digging or blast- of the system some of the trial* learn them. Give ns a call.Pittman. 1 e

Ward.-For mayor, L. T. Iz- for months past. At the meeting it ing of any kind. troubles and tribulations to which a 1 ..

lar, 57; G. W. Cleveland, 1. For alder- was decided to raise a fund for the In this connection it will not be icf sufi ring public have been fore

man, Chao. Rheinauer, 39; L. F. Bal- purpose of bringing the officials of amiss to state that it is understoodthat ed to submit for several years.- & SonS :

lard, 15.Third. the road to account for the intoler the bucket with which this i;) Jacksonville Floridian.

Ward.-For mayor, L. T. Iz- able service which Floridians haveto dug was designed by Governor .

lar 59 For alderman, J. W. Crosby, put up witt. The Ocala people are Broward himself and brings up at every _. --I

43; : Iroves, 27. raising a fund with which to cause dip two and one-half yards of ..... !Jrufessturtnl........ :......................... ..............++.mm.+
f Fourth Ward.-For mayor, L. T. Iz- the arrest of the officials of the road rock, to say nothing of the muck, UI' H ROBINSON, Pm. tI

lar 25. For- alderman A. and before many days it is probable sand and trees that K. D F K I,. H. BLAI.OCK. H. GLITCH, Mgr. < .
George generally cones & i J. c. A..t Mgr I
'f .' Carmichael, 25. that there will be some sensations in up on top of the rock. fttil..EZ QEO. J. GLITCH Te. ,

connection with the people .and the Governor Broward is keeping the Dentists. .
Albert Gilchrist. heads of the railwaysystem.. Over Murioe & Chambliss Bank OcalaP1a. ,
one dredge busy and promises to put

Hon. Aibe. Gilchrist, the would- The people of Florida have long the ether one at work as soon as it is E.P'GGS. The Strong Hold the

be-governor was so lavish in his entertainment brine with patience the service completed, which will be in "a short l' _

of the editors at the fair which has been accorded them, and time now.-West Palm Beach News. ATTORNEY-AT.LAW.

that he gave each one a pieapple. He now they see that it is useless to beg (Office in Gary.Agnew Block.)

evidently believes that the way to and they are determined to resort to. ALAI FI.OMDA, COMMERCIAL BANK IOCALfl t

one's affections lies throgh his stom other measures. Ocala has the entire:
i .ach.-Palaka Times-Herald. sympathy of Polk county people for Education by Mail lft"

1 Adrian Jordan's paper the Punta we ourselves have been having a II No Seam,hone or employment to ret an adocation. ATTORNEY.AT-LA W, FL0. I

Gorda Herald, has in its last issue a seige which has been as bad-if 'not -Book-keeping. UbliM,only Arithmetic tpare time Algebra ttudji3g4thoma, Geometry \)CALA. :-&-ys FLORIDA .

;beautiful tribute to Albert Gilchrist. worse--than the conditions going on i Grammar,Eiietoric Science,History JaUu-eto, --
Th.rBgMyT.ncfctkrUalI. Tochers tided 'J E. CHASB. Has Upon Public =
AH of which 'we are glad to empha- up the state. The growers of Florida SOJlollif..m"'.'.-'.iOyr of twxas.Otalogga Confidence is Evidenced t

ejze. He has not only'a big, liberal have lost thousands of dollars lately, free.Addre ,1I.IIIMFFalatkaFIa.WantedCopies .' DENTIST, ,

., heart but he truly seems utterly incapable but they have a fund which they OCALA PL by its Large and Increasing f FI

of harboring a feeling of resentment would most readily spend if they had of the Weekly Banner L. 6ISTRDNK,

toward his fellow man.Jacksonville' .- any idea that conditions would be i of October 19, 1906.. Suitable CARLOS Business. ',:

Floridian. improyed.-Bartow'Record. for ATTORNEY.AT.LAW.
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: r. ...H.1.1............ ..........e...$4....ip4..1.M MISS HARRIS GIVES MR. AND MRS. CHARLES PHIL II-r'.....!____.!! ..-

;;1 ri11.Ii....11f .... MM .......................... LARGE CARD PARTY LIPS GIVE RECEPTION.

f i. : ; Friday evening-Miss Sara Elizabeth On Thursray .. evening, Decemberthe SflFE DEPOSIT VAULT

if Harris was the
r hostess at a large sixth at their home on South .

t HolidayStationery I card party, which she gave for her
i i street Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. -

lovely guest Miss
( Lucile Colclough
Phillips gave a lovely reception in

i i of Gainesville, and her young debu- honor of their young' daughter Miss We have boxes to rent at $5.00 year that

tante sister Miss Louise Harris.In Anna Mixon and her guests, Miss
ii will hold a big lot of valuable jewelry
the back reception hall the hos Maggie Bailey of Jackson, Miss., and papers, ,

tess' mother, Mrs. Frank Harris met Miss Trixy McClougherty, of Blue- etc. Also larger boxes costing a little more.

it tae guests and showed. them to the field, W. Va. You keep the key. Come and see them.
r The home was beautifully decorated -
punch bowl where Miss Florence and
At The with palms ferns, roses and chry-
Ii Miss Margaret Walters were serving.
: themums, the color of pink and white MUNROE &
Receiving in the parlor were Miss CHAMBLISS
being used throughout the rooms. All
Harris Miss Colclough Miss Louise
of the rooms on the first floor were
POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE f H Harris, Mr. C. H. Lloyd, of Holder, BANKERS.
thrown open to the guests. Over
and Mr. Hulse
Halsey Cornell. 1: -
seventy-five invitations issued
t Miss Harris wore white chiffon
: and during the evening the house was
I Is and Miss Louise Harris, a girlish -
Unsurpasseda thronged with young people.In .
The of
ii Marriage Miss Florence Bur
dress of white liberty silk and she yard and veranda were beautifully .................1..IIN..
nett Mr. Wilbur
and Moore Sun-
carried of
: a large bouquet violets.
illuminated Japanese lanterns and
day Morning.
:1 Miss Colclough's gown was pale
electric lights and preesnted a very
Sunday morning at 10:00 o'clock
N 111/111.. blue radium and she was one of the festive Wedding
appearance.In Miss Cynthia Florence Burnett and
NN4..1.. ..44... .. .... ...... .... most admired, visitors that has been the front hall Mrs. Simeon T.
i' Mr. Wilbur Moore
:: : to Ocala this winter. She is vivacious. Eugene were 7
Sistrunk, Mrs. T. H. Johnson and married Methodist Presents
. ---- and attractive and made many friendson quietly at the par-

Mrs. Charles C. Carroll welcomedthe Rev. L. W. :Moore the groom's
, SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. Miss Valeta Potter Gives a Lovely this occasion.
guests in a very cordial manner.In father, performing the ceremony. On-
Local Editor. Card Party. There were over sixty 'invitations.
, the front parlor Mrs. Phillips, ly the immediate family witnessed the
u_ The first event of the week was the issued and the young people spent avery i '-D/'
Miss Mixon, Miss :McClougherty and marriage of this happy couple.
: LOCAL AND PERSONAL. card party at which Miss Valeta Pot pleasant evening playing progressive young dt
Miss Bailey received. The girlish bride is the second
ter entertained on Monday afternoonIn whist. I
Mrs. Mixon wore black net over silk daughter of Mrs. David J. Burnett and
elL U P Miller U enjoying a visit compliment to Miss Lucile Col- Miss Eloise Miller and Mr. Harry
and Miss :Mixon who made her debut -
is and Shealwa's
a petite* lovely girl.
tea hU too who It a member of dough, of Gainesville and Miss Elizabeth Walters won the first prizes and Miss young
on this occasion, was very charming lived in Ocala and has
It ttotofltal department at Wash- Adams of Lynchburg, Va. Bailey cut .the visiting girl's prize. many Holiday .
In a white net gown, a slight friends here who were surprised to
!aapaa.ft$4: Miss Colclough who Is the attrac- The invitation list included the
touch of pink being introduced in the learn of her' marriage although her
-- tive of following Misses Lu- ..
guest Miss Harris wore a young people:
) Lticito Lancaster who has trimmings and she carried a bouquetof engagement was an open secret but Presentsooooooooooo
white silk lingerie dress and a pale cile Colclough, Louise Harris Ethel
several months pink roses. it was thought that the wedding would
fcrt ipecdi&g very
blue velvet picture hat and Miss Robinson Margaret Eagleton Margaret
1 !ftIPtlaUv with friend and rtla- Next in the receiving line was not occur for some months yet.
Adams who is the guest of Mrs. Clifton Taylor Mamie Taylor Bessye
'JnoI at varioua totals In Texas has Miss McClougherty, an attractive The groom is the Second son of
I Camp was charming in a brown Porter Valeta Potter Sarah Mc-
"ttmtf4 blonde. She wore a handsome prin- Rev. and Mrs. L. W. Moore, of this
suit with a cream lace blouse. Her Creery, :Meta Jewett Louise Scott .
J cess gown of red radium silk and city, and has been living in Ocala
-- !!hat was a brown velvet trimmed in Eloise :Miller Victoria Raysor Annie -
Sir*. Ed*. In f*, Human punt Mon carried red roses. Miss Bailey was for nearly three years. Until a few 4jHN -
a long yellow plume. Davis, Alice Bullock, Anna Mix-
if ts tola) sake wt ea tf way tot lovely in white crepe de chene and months ago he was with the Ocala
There were six tables of progressive. on, Annie Mathews, Lillian Thagard,
;( tee, at fiirtaaat i after a viH to her flowers were white roses.It Foundry and Machine Works but is
which was played in the front Grace Hatchell, Leafy Sylvester, Hattie -
ar Md.r 18 ia*. Mi*. J. H. Mtt ian, land I I was a matter of regret that Miss now with the Ocala Gas Engine company -
back parlos. Dye Emily Ford, Sue Barco," Iat.
I Jubfllftvllit', Vardaman, of Jackson, who was to and is
a man of excellent
I J Thirteen games were played and tie Williams, Annie Atkinson Esther young ._ .........1...4....N...
have been one of the honor guests, habits and character and has the
JJr cad< MrK.. 8. S* **r and I(the scores were kept by Miss Des- Weathers, Janet Weathers, Pauline was prevented from coming to Flor I hearty congratulations of his friendson

and Miss Potter. The highest Sullivan, Edna Dozier, Florence and :
'iii Hani. S|eater a**? rvttmwdtkrtr champs ida on account of illness at the last I the bride he has won.

't hxne fa ,MIll utltk- after aWMh scores were made by Miss Annie Margaret Walters, Miss McClougherty moment.In O' t 0
For the present Mr. andIrs.: 4
Mr slut MM. MwF Hold. Davis and Miss: Mamie Taylor. The of Bluefield, W. Va., Miss Maggie the back parlor Miss Nellie O' 0
\ Moore are making their home at
.fat tfclr flowtr DSandbs.tsatt former won the prize for points, a Bailey of Jaclson1iss.., Miss O' 0
Stevens, Mrs. Weil, Mrs. Mixon and number 220 South Orange street
--- Japanese card case, and the latter Elizabeth Adams, of Lynchburg Va, O Dr. D. M. BONEY 0
Mrs. W. J. Byrne received and assisting with the bride's mother where they *
: fxmla Pawnrtt adt. 0 Eyesight Specialist '.Or.
that for games an attractive little Miss Thurston Gore, of Wilmington
- in other ways was \lrs. Robert ark receiving their friends.
,4 boar
. '!1 pr..Qi. *rty aril tb.rri y ..( combined. Messrs. C. H. Lloyd: H. B. Hulse, H. On the side varanda, which had To the Trustees of-

i* te.. an I avoid the ... h. Oar nlrtif Refreshments were served after M. Taylor, J. Workman, E. J. Anthony Baptist Church:-
e: been enclosed with palms and vines
1lI iuain>> wtU tell you the games by Miss Potter who was Crook, J. H. Taylor, W. D. Taylor Gentlemen-
the bowl and it
punch was placed
We take the of
liberty telling
hr ::. 'hc' t" "lu" aad Met. assisted by her mother and her sister Stephen Jewett Sanford Jewett, H. you
was presided over by Miss Valeta that every church will be given a

/>CIwtlfe.-- of Jaek/atrith' Mrs. Mallory Liddon. W. Walters, Harry Walters, Harvey Potter and Miss Mattie Wiiilams. liberal quantity oof L. & v, Paint

Miss Potter's guests were the following Clark C. McLaughlin, Alfred Beck, whenever they paint.
This vine covered bower was
A lIt .- .'nil Mr. Mkn W. Attehia- very
4 gallons L. & M. mixed with 3 S
ladies: Misses Lucile Col- Harry Palmer, Robert Mathews G.
!ot of \, York .m .r. of the cool and attractive and, proved to bea gallons linseed oil will paint a moderate 1 11 1RZ\ 4
dough Elizabeth Adams Sara and H. Ford, Joseph Bell, H. A. Waterman -
popular spot for the sized house.
were very young ., ,
PhoIpIIMe 4
"I: ee.Sir
Louise Harris Margaret Eagleton, B. S. Weathers, Hibbert..... Weathers people. Actual cost of 1.. & l\!. about $10 .r I F s0
ro tn''t t ar(trail a4 tt* Ooata House
Margaret and Mamie Taylor Caro ,E. E. Robinson, John Pelot, 0. During the evening ices, cakes:: an-1 per gallon t

JI\4I.r\ Lddon Ethel Robinson, Sarah Mc- B. Howse, G. W. Hyde A. W. Inglis, for L. & M. Zinc hardens L. & M.
served and several
-- mints were White Lead and makes the paint I make a specialty of 0
Meta Jewett Louise Scott, A. M. Goodwin, Claude Nelson, Marcus J
Mr -ii.i! t\ \ 'mo.. Md ttfMt lOll jCrwry, hours the young people enjoyed an wear ,like iron. O' correcting eyes where ota 0

ao hr r -"n.aU., M M*. Cre n'a Annie Davis Alice Bullock. Anna Frank T. H. Harris, Stewart B. informal and very pleasant time to- Largest mills in the world use L. O' ers fail. 0

rather MI -i-iff. hi tM* eft forerwl MUon, Grace Hatchell, Hattie Dye I I Harris and Frank Harris, jr. gether. I& M.. I' o Satisfaction guaranteed 0

'Nllahas- Esther Weathers Emily Ford, Sue Mrs. Byrne and Miss Wbitfield Arnold Print Works, North Adams O' or money refunded. O
'v. htome to ,
Mass., use nearly 17,000 gallons L.
I of the School Teachers.
: Darco Mattie Williams, Miss Des- Meeting I O' 0
tt M .)M lir
an' .! r (ViMMM'a p rrat.. lion champs Miss McClaugherty, MissBailey The Marion county school teachers' music by the string band also addedto & M. 7,000 pure linseed oil. o OPTICAL PARLORS 0 ,

and Mrs. Clifton Camp.On association held their regular meeting the of the evening. Sold by. Mclver & MacKay, Ocala, o 2 and 4 Gary BoiMtof. 0
54 Mrs '. r ('moat. pleasure Fla. o Ocala Florida. 0

Saturday morning at ten o'clockat Miss Mixon's debut was one of the O' 0
the Rack.
L 4111 i Mr AMiMi. .f Pftria, Mcu The board of trustees of the internal the Ocala high school. Mr. J. H. largest social events of the winter In Big Luck. O' 0

. fill",', '" Oath a4 wlM ttra4 a season and will be most pleasantly I Messrs. Speigner Anderson, J. L. O' 0.
7 of the Ocala
Improvement fund are investigating Workman, principal
coq 4: t rater '-'e. Tkoy are remembered by the young people.A Smoak, Leland Smoak, Louis Lang oooooooooooUcIVER
r the timber which has been school presided at this meeting and '
J1" u ,11.. )IrI aid Mr ThooM and Will Coin went hunting on the
I lent from the lands belonging to the over thirty teachers were preesent.An Forger Caught.Mr. .
"I'I. Mrs AMrtah wa lontstryiM "big scrub" beyond the Ocklawahariver and MAOJLA }
.xtate. There is hardly a county in exceedingly interesting and instructive James Wester who formerly
awl hiell and returned Friday bringinging
Ir; < > .
the state but contains state land thatHas program was rendered and .
worked for the lumber company at ,,
with them the carcesses of three
-- -
!aora re11r. The trespassers much benefit was derived from T. -- ..\
been trespassed upon. and Silver Springs, about six weeks ago *
deer as a part of the rich results of #r lUME1K'
-- will soon find themselves in the various discussions. r>+t* 5
Sanford BirdMjr. who itas been I passed several forged checks on a their trip. Mr. Anderson, who had j&T6 4 ;
a decidedly uncomfortable position. Miss Bessie Himes, of Reddick, number of the merchants of this city. .
to Honduras since hunt before
ttking bill horn never goae on a camp ,
The easiest way for them to get out read an interesting paper on the subject to have
.. Jan-tare it In the city on a visit The checks were purported succeeded in killing two of the deer FUNERAL
of it Is to come forward and pay up. of the "inattentive pupil. Sheriff Gordon to his
been given by
, iciH and ....Uve&. Mr. Blrdseytkarge and Mr. Leland Smoak killed the
-Jasper News. :Miss Cora Murry was on the program
various deputies and the forgerieswere
s of Mr. Herbert L. AnderImti.enw other the one Mr. Smoak killed be-
for a paper but was unable to not discovered until Mr. Gordon DmBCTOES.
land interests in lion- Muter Lancaster Wins Prize. ing an unusually large one.
he present. received his bank statement the
>ru. T. D. Lancaster cf this city The hunters report a splendid time. ( -
Miss Nellie C. Stevens, of the primary first of the month. Have a full stock of Cofflns Crekettl r rand
from the state fair
Judge Ilurnbam. of Waco. Texas, has Just received department of the Ocala school Mr. Wester's father was here Thurs Growers of Mcintosh Hopeful.Mr. Burial Outfits. .So inl.given to

owns an orange grove and win association a prize of three dollars had a very fine paper as to which is day and showed a telegram to some S. H. Gaitskill, who has given Burial bervices.

f borne at Lake W '4r, i. there su- f A" writing of the Sidewalks best essay and on Streets.the "Im-" the most satisfactory in making re one from his son, who was at Miami. much study to the subject says that Embalming to Order

tending be shipping of his fruit provement ports-letters or figures. She took This person happened to be a freind cold winters comein cycles, and
the three dollars offered by -
'4 was in Oral Saturday. He gives the: position that letters are, and ina of Sheriff Gordon and immediately having had our cycle of cold winterswe
the fair association for the best essay SEED BEANS
*]Jeoi'f'i' | view of orange growingnMKl this subject Messrs. Munroe concise way expressed her viewson notified him. He at once wired to the will now have our cycle of warm
the lake aixl thlniUt the subject and gave her reasons. sheriff of Dade county to arrest Wes- ones, and he has no fear of a freeze Wax and Green Pod Varieties grown
editor of the Evening I
and the -
& Chambliss I
It 4111) Mate acfctov the rtputaUt Star each offered an additional An interesting discussion follow ter which he did almost immediatelyupon for several years to come. < and shipped by "

it one enjoyed. ed. A number of teachers giving-their receipt of the telegram. Sheriff The growers of McIntosh are feel- Herbert C Horrill.
three dollars and Master T. D. is now
views on this important topic and exchanging Gordon left on the morning train ing very bouyant and will ship this
the happy of nine dollars forMs Cedar Springs, Mich.,
8trlllur silver fruit and nut bowls, possesor ideas with each other. Friday and returned with his prisoner year about 25,000 boxes of oranges

'a.I1 new Writ: The Jeweler x I (') \'erness. Prof. W. W. Smith, of Anthony, delivered Saturday. As the grand jury is and the output will increase annual Red Speckled Valentine Green Pod :

A Fearful Fate.It a speech on the "benefits of ,now in session he will probably be ly.1 Mr. Gaitskill himself will ship $2.75. Prices right on other va

,ilr, and, Mrs Mattrfoe StruM, lit is a fearful fate to have to endure attending the meeting! of the Florida indicted at once and will perhaps be five thousand boxes and at least ten rieties. All seeds offered are of :-
1906. .
'!# daughter CoM4ane, and Mr. the terrible torture of piles. "I educational asosciation." The asoscia- tried next week. thousand boxes will pass through his crop ; .'Y ,

nasa nv,th.r. kft Ocala! can truthfully say" writes Harry tion will meet at St. Augustine dur- packing house. H. THALGOTT ,_ ;

. aday fur Clnetnnatl where (Colson of Masonville la., "that for ing the Christmas holidays and no Married in Ocala. Proprietor of the _
I I blind bleeding itching and protruding "
r. 3'r3ii t'
It to( so ooveraH factory. While I I the best cure made:' Also best for the teachers of Marion county. last week and was quietly marriedto Mr. G. R. Troxler* who has been Is now prepared to ship Bread, Cakes,

Inc "t: ) bM re.MH>ee la Cincinnati ::cuts, burns and Inuries. 25 cents at The report of the committee, on li- Mrs. Alice Wilson, an accomplished the proprietor of the Elk Cafe for'more ., Pies, Etc., on short notice, and guar- <

WII} "otj'lnu his Ictltt'uship in I l I Tydings & Co., druggists. m I brary books was read by Miss Georgia widow &f that city. The marriagewas than the past year has sold his antees satisfaction in all cases.

U a't.t .ii) make frFgtwnt trips I Mrs. Charles L: Moore has returned I Qorger. to have taken place two weeks lease, furniture etc., to Mrs. Alice Give him a trial.

this t i idr. i.- home from a visit to her daughter It was a, matter of rE'gretthat Prof. before, but Mrs. Wilson was stricken Mathews, of )Vauchula.Mrs. LOST-A pointer dog about two

>"-, Mrs, M. I. Christie at Plant City. A. L. Shurie of Stetson University with fever and the ceremony had to Mathews' has been In the hotel years old; white and liver colored,

{ to,I Sir A C', El C+sntior. of Gads was not able to be present. He is a be postponed. The happy bride is business for several years and dark dots in white; answers to name

Ala former eitlzens of Ocala are Mr. A. R. Griffin, of Anthony and very fine impersonator and had expected now at Lake Park Ga., where.she will will run a first class restaurant. She of "Jake." Suitable reward for his re

on a visit and tbelr friends will Mr. W. P. Williamson of Lake Kerr, to attend this meeting and recite remain until she fully recovers. The has taken charge of the cafe and is covery. Address W. E. Tydings Silver

ktaatd to know that they will be were among our visitors on Monday. a number of""selections. How News extends hearty congratulationsto getting it fixed up and will re-open Springs Fla. 11-17-tf

for several day*. Mr Connor ever the teachers had Instead the : the happy couple' with the assurance same in a few days.

fonntrly one of the proprietors IBM White & Co. great pleasure of listening to an eloquent that Mrs. Davis will be warmly ,Mr and. Mrs. Troxler expect to Fine line of gold and pearl mounted

II. Marion County Abstract com- LcnSYlLLE KY. address, by Rev. C. C. Carroll, welcomed to the social circles, of leave soon for Mr. Troxler's old homeat umbrellas, "all new." Weihe The Jeweler

the of several large bear- taMNbMttatFURS River News. Vaiden Miss., and will probably x
owner .,...-w..... of the! Baptist church. Crystal River.-Crystal t
erule groves and a beautiful ,u&fer"or '<* there in the future.

(a our city. Hit friends Sterling silverware, knives forks Mission hall clocks., Come and see We. are better than ever perpared
low- ,
to fill Fresh
prescriptions. drugs,
.tfctt he may again be able to and Hide and spoons, "all new." Weihe, TheJeweler hem, then buy, "all new." Weihe Fine selection cf gold bracelets, est prices and prompt delivery., We

Oeate hit horse .,..ra rtr"tt"M, x The Jeweler. > x "all new" Weihe, The Jeweler. x want your trade. Tydings &; Co Jr Y

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A WOMAN'S EYES. i; written Eopd'lIy for i, Noted Divine Gives Reasons for Quit ,

:: THE ting the Church. The leading Mercantile: House in Ocala,

,Au Array of Prominent Visitors-A OCALA BANNER The Rev. Madison C. Peters, pastorof

Compliment That Went Directly 3 ; the Church of Epiphany, at Sixty-
In our Ladies'! Ready-to-Wear Department we have been more than ordinariI
Miss Bell fourth street and Madison avenue,
I in Social Jefferson
Home Circles-A Popular Event. <| has been for many years one of the busy all this season, for the simple reason that our offerings! appeal to the Ladies with '

most noted preachers of New York. taste and an inclination towards economy

......................... ........................4 i His announcement at the close of a

} Tallahassee Dec. 6.-Wehave1part-. The state canvassing board met pulpit service of twenty-five years, Ladies Ready to Wear Tailored Suits in Broadcloth, Fancy
that he will leave the church and take
ed reluctantly with the perfect Indian Thursday to canvass the election returns Weaves and Silks. Prices from
$13.50 to
up the work of popular preaching in range 27.00.
summer weather of the last month- an official form that has to be,
the Majectis theatre is a surprisE
today is chill and gray at the capital. gone through with before commissions;
which will not be lessened by the
Although nothing has transpired of and certificates are issued. Under the RAINOOA TS and CLOAKS
for this which he gives
general interest this week there has new law each candidate is subjectto reasons step
been an unusual number of well a charge of one dollar for a certi- herewith. 58-inch Cravcnette Coats in grey, black and tan at . $6.00, 8.50, 10.00 and 15.00

Ia known men here during the week. ficate of election. Wherever in the farthest sweep of 50-in. Broadcloth Coats, in grey, black and tan, for dress occasions, $10.00 1l.00, 15OO,2t,00

Judge John W. Malone was here "Well, senator you are elected, we the universe, a man does the will of Plaid Auto Long Coats, latest effects, for 00. 00 . . . . . .$4.60 to 12J50>

holding the fall term of the circuit have just canvassed the returns," was God, there His kingdom has come, A Big Selection of Children's Long Coats, ages 1 to L6 yrs, prices range from $1.50 to 8.50
three times does Christ use the
court. Frank Simonton, State Sena- Mr. Crawford's greeting to the new Only Mesaline
Waists in Taffetta and
word "church,",while He speaks more Silk: Habuta
tor James E. Crane and John Mc- railroad commissioner. "I'll have to

Fall came up Sunday to ask the appointment charge you a dollar do you think I than one hundred times of the king- Elaborately trimmed and well tailored, fromj$3.00. to 7.00
dom. A belong to the
t of Mr. McFall as tax col- you, office is worth that?" "Yes, in hypocrite may
lector Of Hillsborough county, viceC. deed," and with alacrity produced a church, but membership in the kingdom DRESS GOODS
is attainment in character,
E. Worth, who has filed his notice shining new dollar, which, however, an
and the coming of the kingdom, for
of non-qualification with the gover- Mr. Crawford declined to take until TV'e make special mention of the RHEINAUER'S BLACK HIGH FOREIGN BROADCLOTH.Hi-
which we are taught dally to pray, is
nor. he has the ruling of the
this real- following celebrate! Grade, chiffon finished, excellent
social ideal and kingdom
a qia
o Mr. Worth has held the office for upon this clause of the new law. tured exclusively for us by C. J. Bon
ized in men's hearts is the only so- ity, 52 inches wide, in black and :
a number of years and was reelected Mr. Blitch is so pleasant so thor net & Cie., Lyons, France; 36 inches j

": ,at the last electron, but on ac- oughly genuine and honest that it. lution of the great problems which THE MAXIINE-at 89 cents; every wide, at. . . . . .$1.49 the leading shades for street wea

count of failing health will not serve shines through and no man receivesa today vex society. yard guaranteed; in all the leading per yard . . . .. $ ,
At a meeting of labor men in Cooper -
after the expiration of his present
warmer greeting at the state house shades.
Union some years ago the name SPECIAL-
term. Mr. McFall was named by than he does. The appointment of
! of the church was hissed, while that 4 EOLIENNE de LUXE42
Mr. Worth as his successor and was his successor as supervisor of state Yard-wide Taffeta at. .7Sc and 98c luc'MONEYBAK
of Christ was cheered. The incident TAFFETA Your CHIFFON PANAMA- Black
appointed Monday by Governor Brow- grey.
convicts has not yet been given out.
wlde.n all the
ard. Although there were scores of appli clearly pointed out what is recognizedby money back if not satisfactory; 36 and all the other popular shades, rang- popular sushi

Today Senator Thomas F. West, of cants for the position, the choice lies the world, that there is a vast difference inches wide; standard price, ..$1.50 ing in price from 50 cents to.$1.25 shades; special value at . ...5)
between the traditions of the
;, Milton representative-elect Ion L. between two men.
church and the teachings of Christ.
Farris, of Duval county, and Syd L.
Tallahassee society is in a state of The man who is enthusiastic about
Carter of Alachua, Railroad Commis
expectancy over the advent of an un
the church in her present attitude
sioner-elect Newton A. Blitch and Clothing Department Slue
expected bride and groom, Major J. on great public questions only gives DepartmentSTYLISH
Walter K. Haile are here. A. Dapray, of the United States army proof that he has ceased to be a living

"Is that the speaker of the house and Mrs. Dapray. No one ever dreamed factor in the world's progress. MEN WINTER AND BOYS.CLOTHES FOR HIGH CUT SHOES AT LOW CUT
that I see before me!" I asked Judge
that Major Dapray who was
-Is there any man who would dare .
: Farris as I met him in the corridor. known as a confirmed bachelor, would say that all the Christianity which SUITS! PRICES.
"I hope not," he answered, "I've got noble of
the benedictsand
join army Expert cutting and careful hand work
is in the world is In the church? Yet We maintain
our in
too much on the floor to do to want the announcement of his marriagelast insure correct models that retain reputation this
church had been broad line and take
if the
as as their to the special pride In the val
to be speaker." So I had no hesitancy shape end. .
Saturday to Miss Helen Cassinin the spirit of Christ all the Christianity ues we offer.MERRIAM

in greeting Mr. Carter as Mr. Washingtoon was a delightful sur of the world would have been in Men's Suits in the latest fabrics at

Speaker when I met him on the cap- prise. I say a delightful surprise for the church. $7.00' $10.00, $15.00 and $20.00. Shoes are considered
the best
wearers for the little folks,
ital,steps and his smile was so cor-
we all agree with that passage of
What world this would be .
a sorry $1.00 to $2.50
dial that I knew I had hit the vulner scripture which says that "it is not Youths' Suits at $5.00, $7.50, $12.00
if Christianity were not breader than and $14.00
able spot.Senator. good for a man to live alone." I was the church.I WICHERT & GARDINER Ladies'

t' West, the brainy young about to credit it to St. Paul, but I have been in Boy*' Two Piece Suits, ages 3 to 17, Shoes are the highest grade of styl
years ish footwear. . ....$3.00 to $4.00
statesman from Santa.. Rosa county, do not believe it was he who said it. the ministery; and I regret to say it, Prices ranging from $1.50 to $7.50

would not tell me who'would be, the Major Dapray has been stationed in 't' my honest conviction that there OVERCOATS SWEATERS CR033ETT AND BANISTER shoes

president of the senate of 1907. All Tallahassee, two years as military advisor \11 more real brotherhood in the lodges for men are the acme of shoemaking,
For Men, Youths and Boy*. $3.50 t $8.00
I got from him on the subject was a to 'the governor. He served in (ban you find in the churches, and o

r modest inquiry whether or not FrankAdams the ,Philippines f with distinction .and that there la infinitely more charity,

wanted, it. Aspirants to the is a thoroughly charming and delightful sympathey and kindness in those out.

senate always want to know whether man, who always wanted Bornecharming side of'' the church than you find in
Mr. Adams wants It or not before they young woman ito presideover Mr. Lordly and Mrs. Lady and their In our Domestic Department we offer a thousand yards short lengths of Outing i

make any calculations. To be slangyhe the five o'clock teas he yearnedto coterie who are running the churches 4C, regular price 8c; Yard wide Sheeting 5C; best Calico 50, best Plaids in the market .
has a string on it. give. Now he has found this as1 private clubs.

Hon. J.- ,N. Coombs, the great sa charming woman,and I am sure the Because I want to do good to all Rheinauer's

chem of,the Florida republicans wasa major will bring his fine collection of the people I can in'all the ways I Popular Dry Goods House ,

distinguished figure at the Leon curious and beautiful brit-a:brac and I can, as I do, the largness of Christ's ,

i1 Tuesday. Mr. Coombs was returningfrom rare furniture that adorned his bach mission, I have determined begin

Jacksonville where the powers elor quarters in Texas to"Tallahassee Ling with the first Sunday in January,

that be had some sort of meeting. and keep open house for his, friends. to take the Majectis theatre and do I

the Lord's work
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Don't! Forget the Pace] the where the interests I"genteels"can work of all,but not the as as people a an man apostleto for regardless Thos ii. Keating ;

of race or creed, and whereI .
W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE CO., is where the can preach Christ and Him crucified

rather than Dives and him sanctified
--Madison C. Peters in Sunday

OF ATTRAC- The story of the torture of Rev

TION. REMEMBER THE PLACE. 0. D. Moore, pastor of the Baptist r o SUCCESSORS TO STRAUSS & CO.,
church, of Harpsville, N. Y., will in
W: }, Chambers Shoe Comt> terest you. He says: "I suffered agonies
because of a persistent cough, resulting WHOLESALE DEALERS
__ from the I had LIQUOR :
r ,- -- --, .... _. grip. to sleep
sitting up in bed. I tried many remedies ,
t without relief, until I took Dr. .
King's New Discovery for consumption t4
coughs and colds, which entirely Ocala Florida.
cured my cough, and saved me ,
from consumption." A grand cure for .
f I ss IFULL diseased conditions of throat and .
Pl{ PAID 1 lungs. At Tydings & Co., druggist; Special 4 Quart CASE WHISKEY. f II
I price 50 cents and $1.00, guaranteedTrial
I Star Rye .. .. .. .. .. .,. ..$1.50 Per QL Bottte
EXPRESS bottle free. m Red Rock Rye ? .. .. .. .. 1.75 Offers f Belle III e..J 71

4 PREPAID PASTOR TIRED Keystone .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2.00 King of Kentucky .. .. .. .. .. 7$
OF BEGGING. Belle Isle .... .. .. .. ,. .. 2.50 FOR $2.90 Uncle Joe .. .. I. .. . \." 0
T Q 1 "i Log Cabin .. .. .. .. .. . 3.00 Straus* Royal Reserve .. . I." .r
I r r i.$42O Resigns Rather Than Collect for His Old Maryland .. .. .
1 Keating's PrideMonogram .. .. .. .. .. 3.00 We will send express Rye IM
$900 $ii S0 Living Expenses. : .. .. .. .. . 3.50 prepaid 4 full quart Old Harvest Cern .. .. .. . MPilgrimage .

Uncle Joe .. .. .. .. .. 3.50 of f! I ? .. .. ? ? ? jjlCateaae > ('\
?; W'i. . Special to the Ocala Banner: Pilgrimage. .. .. .. ..$'". .. 4.00 STRAUSS IlL ; . .. .. .. .. .. Uft itf
Trenton, N. J., Dec. 8.-Because he Fern Hill .. .. .. .. .. 5.00 White Oak . .. .. .. . 1.. tit

1k I DOl has been forced to collect his salaryas Strauss 76 . . .. .. 5.00 FOR $3.50 Fern IUD. .. .. .. .. :. U6
well as money for the running ex CORN WHISKEY. 8traUM 7' ;. .. .. .. .. 1."

v r'1 4 r t t. DELIVERED rot pens 's of his church, the Rev. J. B. Tennessee Corn .. ., .. .. .. ?$1.50 We will send express Olr Oear I*** try. fa bosui) 1.N H,

Whitton, of the Warren street Methodist North Carolina Corn .. .. 1.j;:) prepaid full quart of Planters . .. I. .. .. Iii ).
$12< church announced today that Statesville Corn . . 2.00 Btack **4 WMto StatMb . 2Mt. '..
l9 he will not stay with the congrega ,I Mountain Corn .. . ,. .. 2.50 STRAUSS \'.,.111 . .. .. . ITS MOld

tion after January 1. I I Harvest Corn GIN... .. . 3.1") ROYAL MN.Lt .

He says be should not be compelledto I II Swan Gin .. ., :. .. :? .$UiO RESERVE ,. a 54)Ula :

CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY be, a collecting agent for the Tom Gin .. . .. .. .. . 1.75 **. Doe* QtaTOM .. .. .. ; .i ..3 I

ish. Besides gathering money par'I''I'I Holland Gin .. .. .. .. x.00 FOR $3.50' OtaHoUMMiQta. .. .. .. .. l.l" to\.

:: Jacksonville, Fla the coal bills anal the merest on the Crown Gin .. ? ? . .. 2.50 We will wid 4 full .. 1.0'
church more?"'-". i e minister says he Perfection Gin ? . ? ? ? 3.00 quarts ofOLD PhI".e 0tI .. .. .. . 114nU .
1 I has been compelled to collect money I ht. 1loefh To* Ota .. ,. . ibi=, HI,
for even the nece,:j rf 'if\ New: England Rum . . .$250 HARVEST _; Ilk

i WINHI5tU I The church is one of the oldest tn I J Jamaica Rum .. .. .. :3.00 CORN MALT WH &,.
the city, and stands on the hill where Brandy. .ta
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.I Blackberry Brandy The best goods to be B fcSWEET ,1.1
the Washington battle of planted Trenton.his cannon Time has for Apple Brandy .. .: .:' :: :: ::$1.50 3.00: had for the money. GwWIH'. . .. .. . IJtf tie

\ Peach Brandy. .. .. .. .. ? :.00 GOODS.Pa 'l
changed the character of the 1
"NURLACK" ; neigh California Cognac .. . 3.00 FOR $600. ,
borhood and the church is in straits. Pd 0 a'I
Catawaba: Wine. We will send h a4Peaeh II.osey -;" ..... fbl
How .. .. .. $150 express
Diptheria Is
Loaded Black :Powder Shells often hears the Contracted.One Port Wine .. .. .. .. .. .. ? 1. 0 prepaid full quarts of &a4 HOM? "M .... t'ft
? Reek
expression aa4
"My Rye "a" eels . (,1.;,
Wine ..
.. .. .. .. 150
child caught a severe cold which developed STRAUSS Rock anti Rye "aa' grate ,
Sherry Wine .. .. L'JO
Shoot into diptheria I. ? I. ? ? Orange BrandT .. .
and when
,Strong Evenly, the Imported Port Wine .. .. .. ,J.00 FAMOUS I ? I
truh .
was that the Baaaaa
cold had
vrs simply left Brtnjy .. ,
Imported 0 (
? Are Sure Fire, the litttle one particularly suscepti Sherry Wine. .. ? 4.00 76" RYE Apricot Brandy .. .: h
ble to ?
T. the wandering diptheria -t
Will Stand Reloading. When Chamberlain's Cough Remedy :- lts

.' I 1 ? 'yS' 1 t They' Always Get The Game.For is any lessens given other the it quickly germ danger disease cures, of the diptheria being cold con and or Thos. B. & Go tom

tracted. For sale by all druggists Keating

,Sale Everywhere.
,Emblem pins '
.. anq buttons of all
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last mentioned land at a cost not to sureties: E. C. Smith $5000; T. T. ted in tower (but this shall not be understood -

; exxceed $50. Munroe. $2500: Z. C. Chamb'tss. $2500; to authorize the omission of HOPE THE

Mr. Lightsey appeared with his attorney R S. Hall $2000: J. N. Tiller, $1000; such metal braces, bolts, etc., as the

Mr. Biggs, with reference to J. C. Boozer $2 OO; Chas V. Miller, I architects may require) $250; allowance FOR/S SICK S
the account of :Mr.: Lightsey's hereto- $2000; J. B. Martin $2000; J. D. Rob- for partition to be taken out of

fore presented and refused for the arrest ertson, $2500; J. B. Malloy, $2500; John the office of superintendent of public -

l of Richard Adams et al, and after Pasteur $1000; Louis E. Lang $2000; instruction $20. Making a total

consideration by the board it was ordered Louis Home $3000; total 300000. of $115 to be allowed the county by the.

that in lieu of said account for The application of J. E. Pope was received contractors, which sub trac-ted from I

, $175 that a warrant be drawn for $125as asking that the board relieve the $1092.93; of allowance made the I

a compensation in payment in full him of paying poll taxes, on accountof contractors leaves the net sum of

,ao of the said account. he being a cripple. The said requestwas $677.95 to be pain to the e-ontrartors I

The petition having been grant d fora refused by the board on the in addition to the sum of $60,350 a- I
road leading from Lake Weir, the that have ,
grounds they no jurisdictionin specified in the original contract bu
B.tkillfPowi/ following persons were appointed as the matter. tween this board and the contractors'I'
a committee to lay out said road, viz: Board
thereupon adjourned until made and entered imo on thtHlh day j
1 C. J. Smith, R. L. Martin and George Wednesday morning Dec. 5th, at nine lof April, 1906, making the rum: of $ta- I'
Absolutely Russell.
o'clock. 027.95, which is and shall be the full 5I

County Farm December 5th, 1906 compensation to be received by the

\ A wholesome Mr. Long thereupon read his reportof Board re-convened, all members contractors under said contract for
1 cream of the construction of said courthouse
tartar farm
poor which is as follows: present.
t To the Board of County Commis- under said contract, together with tin

baking powder. Makes sioners of Marion county, Fla.; Gentle- The board adopted the following modifications thereof U& are herein I I
the finest resolution: contemplated. I'
men: I visited the poor farm Xov. I '
Whereas, W. Chamberlin, in behalfof Resolved further That George Mac-
Soth and found ,the inmates in'usual
, best W. Chamberlin & Company appeared Kay shall, upon the of
. lightest flavored health. The idiotic stayed two acquiescence
biscuit negro
hot- days and then departed. Five barrels, before the board and stated that in the contractors be substituted as: the .
view of certain matters which had architect named in said contract in I V2 .

breads cake and pastry. of nearly extra two fine barrels syrup have was been put up hold and at arisen he was willing to accept the sum I lieu of and instead of W. Chamberlin I V///

forty cents per gallon. The friends of of $300 in full and complete satisfac- & Company, and that the saidV..
tion of all services rendered or to be Ohamberlin & Company be relieved
the poor farm doubtless consumed in I
S Alum and alum-phosphate chewing cane, drinking juice and in rendered by him or his firm, under I from farther duty in the premises. |
contract with this board, in the erec- Resolved further, That in all other
sampling syrup, one barrel of
1 ; fc povdersareinjurjous. Do not Eighteen meat hogs were slaughtered syrup. tion of the new courthouse; I respects the original contract between )
. S Be It Resolved, That it is ordered this board and the said
use them. Examine Xov. 23rd which net 3,000 pounds. contractors :
the label. '
that the said Chamberlin
W. & Company herein
except as modified shall be and.
1 I 450 pounds of lard and :330:; pounds of i
S sausage meat were put up. 300 pounds. be paid the sum of $500 in full remain the same, and all of the provisions I i S
and complete satisfaction and complete thereof are hereby ratified anJ ,
of hams were placed in the cold stor- : j
i; ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., KCVYCKX.. age plant. discharge of all indebtedness accrued confirmed. j I

S __ ---_ -- _ap-. ______-____-,---.__._____--,-,.- Two fine milch cows with young or to accrue to him or to his Resolved further That this: resolution ,
-- --- -------.S-- firm from this board, from Marion
or shall
i not into effect become
-- calves got ou't of the cow lot and died go or
iI MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.Official from an over gauge of warm juice county, Florida, for services rendered [ operative until M. T. Lewman & Co., MRS.HWRIETT4
I ; or hereafter rendered as architect in j in'
Local Editor. from the kettle that had been shimmed.Xo contractors, shall signify writing MARSH
! Report of the Marion County blame is found for this disaster. house.the construction of the new court- that they accept and acquisce In tbe I A VICTIM OF LA GRIPPE

j hereof and
There agree, and ratify and
are several head of cattle left. I
LOCAL AND PERSONAL. of County Commissioners.Ocala Which resolution ted. confirm the provisions hereof, and
The potato is being dug and was aao | I
crop I
hauseJ. The crop was cut shojt by Thereupon Mr. Chamberlin stated !; shall not become effective until the Mn. Henrietta A. 8. March, ':11) W. :.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pillan, ofJtartel Fla., Nov. 3, 1906.S the dry weather, but enough has ;been that he, thought he could arrange with j said M. T. Lewman & Company shall 16th St., Lou Angeles, Cal., Prudent -i;'

were visitors to Ocala SaturMr. The board of county commissionersof made for the use of the farm. While the contractors to consent to relieve j signify their willingness to furnish Woman's Benevolent Aw'n, write; S
I *;. S Marion county Florida met in reg- the vegetables have been stunted by him of further duty in the premises, : monolith"columns in lieu of columns In "/Buffered with It IJppe/ol' ant S ;

ular session on this date. Present: the long continued drouth, enough are and agreed that Mr. George MacKay > three sections, as provided in she.'! weeks, and nothing I cc,1Jdu or take '
left for table use. S should be named as architect for said :, 5-A of the blue print, such columns to helped me until I tried Peruaa.I .

and Mrs.. Z. C. Cuambliss are Hon. H.Y.. Long, chairman; X. A. Heruwith find appended financial report contractors in the place and stead of., be in all other respects In compliancewith I, felt at once that 1 had at lastS

laTtn; their handsome home on Ft. Fort S. R. Pyles, C. W. Turner and J. for November, 1906. W. Chamberlin & Company. Without the contract except that they secured the right medicine and I kept S

1I Kin; ar-nue repainted. l... Edwards, commissioners. Report of the poor farm for Xo\"(r.1- any formal resolution in this respect | shall be monolith instead of constructed I steadily improving.Within three weeks

1 Minutes of regular meeting and the ber 1906: ..ho .matter was passed: over to be j I in thre sections.Be I I WM fully restored, and lam glad that '

Beit asosrtment of gold and filled special meetings in November were Superintendent. . . .$ 35 00 brought, by subsequent resolution, be- I it resolved further, That a copy I gave that truly great remedy a trial,
I J c&tifls for ladles Hired help.,. . . . 45 :30: fore the contractors. of this resolution be sent to M. T. Lew- will be without it "
and never again.
gentlemen, "all read and approved.Mr. Washing an1 ironing. . 7 00- Thereupon Mr. George :MacKay: presented man & Co., contractors, at Louisville. i I 11

1 Mt." \Vethe. The Jeweler. xMr. J. J. Turner appeared and,pre- Cookin?. . . .-. .. ., ,8 50 his bill for services in full up 'I Ky.. and if they acquiesce in the same .I In a letter dated August 31, 14, )(r..

; sented his resignation as mark an.) Rheinauer & Co . .. .... 13 15 to December 1st, 1906, as assistant and the terms therein and thereby proposed .I Marihsay: : "I have never yet heard

1,: Emmett Cowden principal of brand inspector for Romeo which resignation Mclver & MacKay . .. 11 15 architect, which bill amounted to the they are requested to write their :! the efficacy of Pernna quMttanrd. We

lie public school at Inverness spent was accepted and upon the T. W. Smith & Co. .. .. ... 1 30 sur.i of. $;;50. This account was ordered I acceptance at the foot of such resolution :': still use it. I traveled through Ken

Saturday with recommendation of Mr. Turner, Mr. J. Dr. "'. V. Newsom. . 7 00 paid. I above their signature together tucky and Tennessee three years ago, .
1.tf 1. Ocala friends. }.'. Pedrick was appointed and filed his Martin & Cam . . 8 00 The following resolution was upon with .the date of such acceptance. i i i where I found Perana doing Its good

:, >> -- I bond, which bond was approved.Mr. Tydins & Co. .. .. .. 7 00 motion, accepted: I The board thereupon directed the '1 I work. Much of it 1* being! uued here
SC' r. Edwin P. Pitt man. of Cole- Hall, a naval stores man appeared Mrs. L. P. Olin. .. .. 9 15 Whereas By request of this board clerk to insert notice in the papers as''|. also.-llenrietta A. 8. Mar h.

, I'iwa spent Saturday In Ocala looking before the board and complained Florida, Lime Co. .. 1 2.0 Manroe & Chambliss, bankers: having follows: !:: Address Dr. Hartman, I'rHtd.ot of

ifter business Interests here. about the payment required by the L. J. Smoak & Son. . .. .. 1 25 agreed to cash at par, Marion county Notice is hereby given that a met-t-I j i The Har'mao Sanitarium, Columbus
--- road overseer. Mr. Gray, of ?5 per year, $137; 00 courthouse warrants to an aggregatesum ing of the board of county commissioners I Ohio.

Mra. John H. Drown and children claiming that others were only paying By produce sold for 'cash. 31 95 of 544,000; on the first day of January, ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR FREE -S *s
1 Resolved, That this boaru of coun- 1907 said board will receive sealed for
.of $3 apiece for their hands. It was $125 05
Frr&andlna are the guests of Mrs.BroW'U' I PERUNA ALMANAC FOR 1907. I
.j thereupon ordered that the overseer Respectfully ty commissioners will pay interest to county convicts during the year 1907. i- -
sisters Mrs. G. C. Crom. could receive $3 for the payment for submitted.H.. W. Long, Munroe & Chambliss on all such war- retaining the right, however to reserve j Called. S

hands but not receipt in full for the Commissioner in Charge. rants (all of which are payable to M. and keep out of such convicts the use Meeting

2! The largest and best line of rings same, and that said overseer could at Board thereupon adjourned until T. Lewman & Co.) so chased. from the for the county a regular supply not j The following call has been Iw4 i

i! 1m Ocaa! "all new." \Vehe, The Jew- any time thereafter re-summon such Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock. date of warrant until paid at the rate exceeding fourteen which number by Chairman John M. Jraham.

I (itt. IS persons to further comply with the law Tuesday, December 4th, 1906 of six per cent. per annum, payable i will be reserved out of the men tonj I' meeting of the dvmlcratie exciutlve Z:
semi-annually, on January 1st and j I victed. 5
in such cases. ( committee of Marion ( sin$)', i 14
Board re-convened all members July 1st.. j The board
The clerk was directed to notify Mr. j would also request that
. Mr. J. C. Charles, one of the most Alfred Ayer that the McIntosh road present.It The following resolution was also separate bids be made for convicts of ;'i ii hereby called to convene at O ata. at

Imminent' citizens of Oxford, repre- leading to the west Micanopy road. was ordered that the road peti- adopted by the board: i the following classes viz: All those j 111 o'clock a. m., on Thursrdar. N'ov

Kated that hriving section in Ocala upon which the location of said road tion, asking for road from Gores' land- Whereas, The architects have reported i serving under sentence over three 20, 1SOC.

I oa Saturday.Mr was granted to him by the board, to be ing to Anthony, be refused.Mr. to this board the omission of certain ;, monthS'?; all those serving under sentence The purpose of this raeetisg I* to
located on section line to a point near Turner reported that he had steel girders in the construction i( up to six months; all those serving -

: Stewart B. Harris returned to the Evlnston end, at which point the found the Eureka ferry all right, except of the tower In the new courthouse as under sentence from six months to j I j recommend a person for county et M-
so as to miss a hill that the fiat needed caulking and called for by the contract with M. T. 12 months. I missioner from District Na I, In
tta road was to
; borne at Citra Saturday afternoon and place said road in better condition, he had arranged to have it done.J. Lewman & Company contractors; and The board reserves' the right to re- |place ofV.. J. Chambers, who has

lifter a brief visit to his cousin. Frank and that he is required to open said N. Prickler of Berlin was reported Whereas, Certain other defects in' ject any and all bids. i'df-clined to qualify. Also to efcet a
!H&r1. Jr. the above specifications to the board as being in bad health such tower construction have been reported The tax collector filed his report I
road as per state committeeman to fill the
It In good condition as the and unable to work, in destitute condition to the board; and with the board which report is as follOWS I vacancy
putting and his friends asked the boardto I made by the removal of W. K. Ze-
Urge line gold and gold filled neck old road. removing stumps roots. Whereas, The parties In charge of' : |
I alas "all Welhe The Jew- rocks and other obstructions. furnish him with transportation to said work for the contractors have Poll taxes collected, regulars. $17 wadskl and such other balne as
''tler. Whereas it has been brought to the a sister living in ,the state of Illinois, this day agreed with the architects to extra $61. Licenses collected. J273.50. I may properly come before the com

xI notice of the board that P. T. Randall who had agreed to care for him. It supply certain essentials to make said The following justices of the peace mittee.
I are hauling logs across was ascertained that a ticket to said construction in the tower or dome substantial reported fines and costs collected as :
I lUll Annette Glut of Mclntosh. who whose ferry, is place would cost $33. J. D. Fergusonand ; andWhereas follows:
the causeway at Grahamville A Home Made Happy by Chamber-
: teachea school at Sunimerfield. spent continuously knocking the causewayout others agreed to raise $13 by pri- The architect, George :Mac- George M. Richard. Fines, $15; Iain's i

Sttorday In Ocala and attendee the of place and otherwise obstructingthe wines and b 'er in election district No. Kay and the party In charge of the costs, $15.30.J. About two Cough months Remedy.t ago our baby J
the vate subscription, provided the board work for the contractors have stated M. Barksdale. Fines
that $250
S ordered ; costs
ttathera' meeting. said road; It was guy had measles which settled on her !
; would allow $20. Whereupon It was that 34.40.
and he is here- in their opinion the sum of $250is -
clerk of this court be lungs and at last resulted in bronchi 1
ordered that a warrant be drawn in fair allowance to be made the Joseph Bell :
P. T. a county judge. Fines,
; Mtaa Grimn. of Anthony, by directed to notify the tis. We had two doctors but no relief I
in the said damagesare favor of J. D. Ferguson for $20 the county should the county elect to accept $500; costs, $115.50.S. obtained.
Randall that case was Everybody thoughtshe
J"ho teaches at Belleview spent Sat- said Ferguson agreeing to purchase the said dome construction A. Bullock.
with- Fines
i not repaired at once, and that incase i $335; costs would die. I went to eight dlferent ':
of Mrs. S. I the ticket for Mr. Pickler. out requiring the steel therein $59.22.C. .
ftij In Ocala the guest of further damage tcaId cause- girders ; I stores to find a certain remedy
'. [T.'SI.trunk. way by his teams as afonWiid, and If Application for permit to sell liquors, and R. Veal. Fines, $3; costs, $9.80. I which had been recommended to mend t
j' the said causeway is not properly repaired 24, Dunnellon. being in proper form, Whereas Certain slight changes have The following justices reported no I failed to get It, when one of the
; will was ordered filed and the clerk directed been made in the original plans and. fines Imposed: M. H. Rou L. B.
t' Best line of solid gold Jewelry in I by him. that prosecution store keepers insisted that I try
4 ''Ocala. Weihe. The Jewel- be instituted against the said P. T. to give proper notice for the same. specifications or have been acted upon : Marsh, T. L. Johnson. Alexander Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I did .
" Mall new. Randall as is in such cases providedby Pension application of Mrs. J. P. by the contractors as if made and authorized I Wynne W. W. Jackson, H. W. Doug- so and our baby Is alive and well to-
J' tr, law. :Moore: being in proper form, the same ; andWhereas less H. W. Douglass for October. ay.-George W. Spence Holly

Mr. R. A. Baskin appeared before was approved. It is desirable to settle all County treasurer filed his report, Springs N. C. For sale by all drug
teaches the Bonds to carry firearms were approved such matters which be consid- which is as follows
,i Mr. C. W. Wells, who the board in behalf of a'widow, Mrs. might : gists. ra
S f iCJtra school attended the meeting of Ellis requesting a small appropriation as follows: I* M. Luffman, J. L. ered or deemed a variation from the. School Fund-Receipts, $ 425.51; disbursements -

In this for her, and it was ordered that Smith. W. J. Morrison I* E :Man- terms of the original contract between 5013.SO; balance $I I 1.17. Concerted Move Against the Coast 5

ttf Marion county teachers the sum of $5 per month be and the jrum, O. P. Hood Chas. E. Ball, and this board and the said M. T. Lewman Road Fund-Receipts, $ 919.31; disbursements Line.A .

lty Saturday morning. is hereby appropriated for the licenses ordered issued. Bond of L. V. & Company, contractors; and 1523.05; balance $1396.26.
: i same Ellis and Commissioner Izlar was refused on the ground that Whereas, It is not deemed necessaryto County Proper Fund-Receipts, general move against the Alton-
said :Mrs.:
[ Rev and Mrs. W. R. Lauilwrt. of Turner be and he is hereby appointedas the applicant was under twentyoneyears have the active assistance of W. $1120.46; disbursements JSS3.55; balance tic Coast Line railway baa been Inaugurated -

I tHommllle. Ga., arc visitors to a committee of one to investigatethe of age. Chamberlin & Company as architectsin $220.51.Fine by'the Ocala board of
I boardat The following bonds were approved the further execution of said work; and Forfeiture f"Und-Rt'Celpts, S
Ocala.! at Mr. antiS matter and report to this trade, which has been taken up by
They are stopping : :M. B. Cameron, constable, district and $3341.68; disbursements, $456.94; bal- .
S T. H. Moore's on Magnolia street. its next Walter regular Ray meeting.who has a very X o. 22; S. A. Bullock, justice of the Whereas Said architects desire to ance, $284.74.Special the travelling men of the state 10
diseases stock farm In section 23 and ad- peace; district Xo. 1; A. L. Perry, con- be relieved from further attendance Road Fund-Receipts. 482.27; compel the railroad company to give

For any of the ordinary of large township 15, range 20, has nota stable, district Xo. 26; L. L. Hopkins, upon the execution of said work; disbursements. 0; balance $482.27. a more satisfactory service and Ira-

the akin Chamberlain's Salve is CX'ttIlent. joining sufficient water supply for his stock justice of the peace, district No. 21; Be it Resolved: First. That the Building J.'und-Hect'lf'tS. $1384.93; prove the road bed at once. A Jaw,",

I ) It not only allays the Itch- and is the owner of the ne'/a F. P. Lightsey, constable, district No. contractors be allowed the sum of disbursements, 0; balance, $1384.93., has been employed and the cutter ,
, !Dr and smarting but effects a cure. thereon. 33, tp 15, r 20, which 21; C. J. Smith, justice of the peace, $&0-1.08 as and for full compensationfor Total receipts $14674.22; disburse-
of the nwU sec will be carried to the atternef-geo-
S For sale by all druggists. m I two never falling ponds ofwatei' district Xo. 9; D. R. Zetrouer justice the additional excavations and ments, $7893.74; balance $6780.48. '
has upon and it which is separated there- of the peace district Xo. 32; C. W. concrete work used In the foundationof Board thereupon adjourned until eral of the etate. Petitions are tot j-

; ilra. p, V. Ixavengood and son. the public road known as Crib- Smith, constable district Xo. 1; J. F. the new courthouse, and'the sum of.. their next regular meeting in January log generally signed by people akog

'Hansel have returned home from a1Outb's from bett's by road; it was ordered that if the Pedrick, mark' and brand inspector $36.98 on account of the corner store; 1907. M. W. Long. Chairman.S. the entire coast line in FtorWa asking

; relatives in Tampa. of said road which is between district Xo. 5. for making changes in the location of T. Sistrunk, Clerk. the attorney-general to lake
visit to character ;
W. H. Clifton, bondsman of J. E.
of land, cannotbe wall in the county judge's office and
S They went down especially to attend the two that pieces this board will pay Boyt, appeared and asked to be relieved vault in the sheriff's office, the sum of S When to Go Home. steps to annul the charter of the

th. mld-winttr fair and enjoyed a abrogated said road from the from the bond -of J. E. Boyt:, which $59,25; for extra beams In the county From the Buffalo Ind.. Banner: i company If the requests are not eew-

i'ery pleasant 'iatt.it for a tunnel containing across his stock, with the was granted and the clerk directed to judge's office, $15, and the plait of the When tired out go home. When plied with.-Fort Myers Press. ':
I f section notify the said Boyf that it would be said judge's office and sheriffs officeas you want consolation go home. When

have a -- -. .. necessary for him to give bond again now constructed be adopted; that you want fun, go home. When you of Jacksonville the
Dr. Cuzner
Every to
church ought his want to show others that have
for the carrying of gun said contractors be allowed the fur- you
11 faiUtnu the local mer- PIMPLES reformed home and let family leader of the socialist party, aayt thatIn
; tree and as FRECKLES AND. It was ordered that a vote of thanksbe ther sum of $100 for w. c. and wash go your -
Jtnts are such liberal givers to all and' the same Is hereby entendedto basin and partition in judge's office; get acquainted with the fact. case of war between the United

I i.tburch enterprises the presents REMOVED ,In Ten Days.Nadinola. :Mr: Chambliss for a fine short horn and the sum of $275 for five additional When you want to show yourself at States and Japan the United State
best home and do
GlaCbt to be from them. bull donated to.the poor farm. steel roller shutters fitted completethe your go the act would finally win out but at fearful
purchased there. When feel like
you being extra -
I t Bond of E. L. Carney, tax collector, ( original contract provided for six 5-
liberal go home and practice on cost.
The Complexion: was approved with sureties as follows: roller shutters and the eleven shutters
r:' It may be stated as a fact that Beautifier it end..ruJ i D. W. Davis, $5000; T. T. Munroe so provided for to be placed in the your wife and children first. When
; want to shine with extra brill.
.,Oe&t. ls the only town In Florida by t1ouaanJa $2500; J. M. Meffert, $5000; WalterRa windows in the vaults of the county you
iancy home and light the whole iiii
go up
...'her. almost pioneer merchants have ---'- of grateful ladies.and >V $5000; Z. C. Chambliss. $2500; J. judge's office and tax collector's office househuld." To which we would add
be- D. Robertson $2500; D. A. Clark $5000; ) which additional allowances to
*4 and leave have bad cold home
to pull up itakes guaranteed to remove I Iall when you a go
E. C. McLeod $5000;" J. B. Malloy, the contractors aggregate the sum of
to and take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
.... they could not rent stores facial i'scolorttions I. $2500; total, 35000. $1092.95, from the aggregate amountis
and a quick cure Is certain. For
ktmeat would seem that and restore tic to be deducted the following credits
In. It .iiSs Bond of D. L. Grantham, justice of sale by all druggists. m CtrroREswN
bualneai blocks are a necessity. 'b beauty of youth. TH district No. 26, with J.. W. Luffman and due the county, namely: Credit for two

wont euet in twenty daya. Me. wd $1.00 J. :EL Thomas, sureties was approved. doors to corridor and brick work In Best selection of watches, "aJlnew." RHEUMATISM

,,t plat gold silver and gold fillVtt all ,lading hu* tores or byKAUOKAl uail.rn Bond of County Treasurer T. R Pas omitted vaults $145; credit by steelbea.m8.

: MW." Weihe, The Jeweler. x at_ b TOW <0., Ptr, Tca. teur was approved with the following channels and separators omit Weihe, The Jeweler. x ..For ut by Tytfinga 4bJ C..u...


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AT CRAPSEY'S OUT ON THE SEA. All newspapers agree that In

Who would be-a drone in the hive? Old age is peculiar in this respect i I I Written for the Ocala Banner an admirable production.

I Dr. Algernon S. Crapsey preachedhis I II Out on the sea death's mystical sea.
HARRIS, Editor.P. Who would be a deserter from the -that' t is never experienced person- drifting
I knew loved ones were
farewell sermon at St. Andrew'sP. my

V. Leavengood, Business Manager. fight? Shall trumpets call strong ally, but is always the object of distant -I E. church Rochester, N. Y., last Their from eyes me sought; mine 'till they COVfRm fROM

r men to the field of human effort ,and observance. Threescore and ten I Sunday morning. grew so dim.

; I play dastard? Shall flags float by, seems to be nearer to it than onescore The church was crowded to the doors. My weeping image was lost to them.

: i with brave soldiers marching forth to and ten indeed to everyone but it- People stood in the aisles and filled Their hands grew cold in mine until

self is actually in it. Yet threescoreand Their pulse ceased. and their hearts HEADTO mm
the service of duty and you play cow- the

rA ard? ten is never old to itself but onlyto Although Dr. Crapsey made no reference -: And were my beloved still my very own

Never, by the splendor of God! others. Old men are born, not .to his departure from the i Went bravely out to the gr at un t I

Better the march and thes truggle made.It church, many sobbed aloud and tears, known. I With Crusted Scaly Eczema, Wheaj

and the heartbreak of failure than seems strange that youth should dimmed the eyes of others. Dr. i
look forward to old age with so muchof Out on the sea. the deli pfeeid slag j ORe Month Old Cou!J BruM
the selfish refusal to try! Crapsey controlled his own With tender a Better the battle the, good fight, terror and distrust when old age but his hands trembled.At me. I Scales Off Body Young 1.a41

and the defeat than the craven lurk ought to be, after all the only pe- the close of the service the sur- And I dared not ak them loiter to i iI is New 17 Years Old and Skit
riod worth living. Men are supposedto stay
ing in the rear. die but pliced choir marched out chantingthe thought with grtef my beset would is Without a Scar Cured By
and to old
be born j
Mttto: The Banner, believing, those Of all worthless despicable crea- young recessional with the standard pine away; { j

at the top well able to take care of tures under the sun 'is the man who in reality the only natural way for a lowered and bowed heads. On the For they* said: "Dmt eM, hot for i

themselves, has taken its stand in the can only eat propagate and rot; the man is to be born old and die young. faces of the boys and men of the your sake i CUTICURA REMEDIES ,
barricades with the people There is a dignity about infancy The voyage is one we 1 fang to take;
venomous coward who hates other choir were signs grief. I
We'd feel neither horror aor NfpetThat AT EXPENSE OF $4,50
and its fight will be made for the betterment men because they have been bold that is never attained in after years. Dr. Crapsey selected for his text our ship await with Mils aliI j

'r of those at the bottom. where he was timid strong where he However uncouth in appearance the Matthew xxi 5: "Tell ye the daughter set." i
infant be the eternal mysterythat "WiMft I WM MM month <>)M I WU j
false. of Sion Behold Thy King cometh
was weak loyal where he was ,
token with ....... After bmg \tuKhr
the broad roatlaw
i FRIDAY DECEMBER 14, 1906. Of all things contemptible is the surrounds him is awe compelling unto thee meek and sitting upon an Out on the wa, the tfutBuat of two doctors fix ota

man who follows with the hungry eyes Where did he come from? is contin- ass, and the coalt the foal of an ass." Let sea our freed spiritR go geaee4eIly; DwAtfa and M inlp"\'ffi'f'flt, my

Tne Atlantic Coast Line railwayhas of jealous rage and hate the bigger, ually on our lips. This hoary childof "These words," he said are one of Do not hold us here with prayer anti reettwr WM a.14IuI1 by u uniggetto .,
given notice that after January the ages handed down by nature. try Cutievm i Smip */111! ihnttusri.
loftier men who marched while he the many adaptations of ancient Hebrew tears
,1, 1907, it will issue no more passesin as the latest offering of her maturity the life of Jesus for From that fair shore that eel BOW 1 WM OM ertMt of snrM (rum held to 1
hung back, toiled while he looked on, prophecy to foot. )11"""* could brush the iota '

exchange for advertising space. t fought while he ran away. I is so venerable with antiquitythat which the final gospel is distinguish Grieve appears.not: dear hart that yen are off ray body; add my fine?'an.' toe nadeten.
we must perforce admit his claimto After tMog M' CUM.. "t l'uUtwa
Give me the man who will live and (:d. As we listen to the people that
Mr. F. J. O'Hara well known in superiority. He is older than all left alone Soap sad about a. much t'nt tun that.
die for his ideals who will surrenderno throng'the way of the king we learn For Immortals love and claim their
this city, has been indicted by the of us, inasmuch as he is the last to meet I WM cn fJi4ir rurwi I am DOT
I: righteous position without a fight from them that this king is Jesus own, Itnet8ft yeari rod 104 DIY'WI baa DQ&
United States grand jury now in But after awhile we begin to dt atb'a .
And when enter rjr.
come. you njr .
who will perish rather than pollutehis the prophet from Nazareth, and we' *.etr. I small 6edhag woo.t ntnCuti.
session at Jacksonville for peonage. get used to him. The novelty wears We'll come for you over! tbe tIIhl&c curt; after wMbJM A few Utkf ta ]
soul by apostasy from Right! wonder why men call Him a king "
seas. day i it WM eemu t 4y gory. Vow'AAwwa
The president has more power in Better-a thqusand times better-! seventy for to all external appearances He ( rrMed, $*I i. FAa 1.l.&Mtofk. !

Cuba than he has at home. Just by the tempest and the shipwreck with is no more than we are. He was Out on the sea the great ttti+at ass Oct. 27, 19%. Marts iik, U. .

his dictum he has recently unseated such a creed than the inglorious rot- come the time when he really enjoys just such a man to the outward Their words come echoing back tome
his play. ; The att.Minn of Li rsIW to
Looks funny ting at the wharf with any other. seeming as are the millions of work- parente
half the Cuban congress. far
from ,
them call
I'll hear me a.'a"As
As a matter of fact there would be the tot Uttt the utirufH ke ei- !
don't It? -" Better a Waterlooo and a glorious actions' ingmen who with dinner pails in I tread the lonely beaefc awe were t*.*l en a OM Month oW Ufef '

death in the squares of the Old Guard no excuse for our present hand go forth every morning to day; *kh compete mpr M. pros mg w 4 M*f ,

We take it all back.. The New than wordly pensions and honors for in youth unless we expected to reap their daily tasks. I'll see glad smiles o'er their feature have always ctata) that three fmetmtiMM i

York World did publish that little the benefits when old. The serious play, we M put*, to .*M. ao4 f)
base betrayal of cause and country.So For thirty years he lived as child
That earth work i* leis -All, m.dkat.tl ttut tb U
business of education b> gins with our dtlerwiy y may
I piece from the editor of this paper I at and lad and and
\. r thought twenty. So I thinkat youth man with blessed day! teed en the )WhiM anlM1t <
entitled, "The Good Soldier and the 1 fty. swaddling clothes and thenceforthwe others of His age and station and Their loving row will e&ffeeto me

Good Democrat." And I have the scars to show for it. are solemnly engaged in the whole there was nothing to distinguish Him As reunited we crow the Ka. I
duty of which consists of rob- BEATRICE MAHMAN CUTICURA REMEDIES
And like any other soldier of the man from His neighbors. At the age of
A colored man in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., bing our neighbors learning when Ocala Fla., Dec. ING.
Are the Hwt for Skin and Blood
wars I am proud of them. thirty He entered upon a public Career .
is tramping all the way to Washing the truth is to be avoided quietingour "
Let the tide ebb-it must be so; as a rabbi or teacher in Israel. Mr. Flagler In Florida.Mr. Ab ut tkn* yn !f* m> fait to,
ton for the privilege of shining thepresent's consciences learning how to con- 0M to 9* rouffa with .t< ii- >r<4 kst
let the daylight fade it must be so- But still there was nothing to Indi,
shoes. His ambition will ceal our real selves and striving to H. M. Plaster, the grttt d. g itii6 won A rat x; *. I I'f'fJ fputr t
but this much any poor mortal can cate that He was a king. And yet, I 01 tilt Cutttun n"fl'.hCl '
no Joubt be gratified. get enough cash in hand to spoil our veloper of the Florida snit ei Mt, accompanied ,
do, and should do Hold aloft, to the men, seeing this life in the prospec- MM Mtw MM! btuod. I..:" t./ '

It is claimed that there are many very last, the banner of your creed; children with. tive of history agree with the child by a party of frfcato, .*- 11& tour. I IM.i the t .,11 t ..r." i he'j'
All the mistakes of youth are but Ointment, and fill, m..I m
fight for it stand of Jerusalem and declare it be media the city at neon FrMajrtM
"blind tigers" being operated in as long as you can ; preparation for old age. And if we ren to a month my akin WM ..fi an.ll1DOOt i
Polk county. The court recently in and when you go down let is be pos- a the only kingly life ever lived in the private car via the Atteatk CoralLine tad tW pttnpiM "have aU ..kv.ppeaw4. r
them should be
did not make we
session at Bartow had quite a number sible for you to say to those who love world. from New York. without tne MTVUM of a P'Mcun.', I
robbed of our just inheritance. When think the ('ut M1ra Kernel are tk*' E
of these cases before it. you: Mr. Flagler and hl. stets spent a
the time comes and we have got trill that one ran ui tiff the aka
Jesus any
was teaching in one of the
sword in for I half hour in Jacksonville. aid his I
"Lay a my coffin car JU. ','' 5Jjvl..ft: '.>rj-,
an. .
- The merchants of Atlanta the also was a soldier in the great strug- through making them, we can go way synagogues on the Sabbath day and was then transferred to the Kaf'' S 1J03.C t' ,f 1 ...."r r-AL

south the back and sit down without loss of saw the distress of a woman who attended c..,, i., .many ar-4 r. "s t
most successful in the are I gle for humanity.-Tom Watson. Coast railway. A special train .'u. .... .s. art II' V'"
"" ) '
biggest advertisers. The Atlanta Journal 'self respect for now it is not expected worship; and he called: her to made up to take the car to Palm >>- .,.IIIW'" 1"" .CI'.u...... ...;.... ...;&&.-.

t : last Sunday contained eighty- The Movement Against Judge Wall. of us that we should any more be him, and by the laying on of his Beach with Engineer J. P. Owen at -- ----- ,

four pages mostly adversiting matter. There is a movement on foot to dishonest or untruthful or lacking in hands and by prayer immediately restored the throttle on engine No. 17. and

r have Judge Wall, circuit court judgeof reverence to establish errors or too her; and being made straightshe Conductor J. P. Hunnieutt was in *

The senate has called on the pres- the sixth judicial circuit, resign. wise. All that we need to do is to glorified God before all for this charge.
ident for all the facts in referenceto The Lakeland News sa3'S.that. a petition be tranquil and look up the avenues unexpected deliverance. The ruler of Mr. Flagler and his party wi'l'! he 'ERRYS

the disbandment of the negro battalion will be circulated in DeSoto that so often before we have passed the synagogue who hated the doc- domociled at his palatial winter home I

:- Senator Foraker claims thatif county asking the judge to resign; with longing eyes, but had no time to trines of Jesus and envied the honor, Whitehall at Palm Beach during thir _

= he can discharge a batalion he can and the Plant City Courier intimates I linger in. The past lies back of us tried to veil his enmity with the pretense stay in the state. While in FlorIda Seeds

' also discharge the entire army. that there is dissatisfaction with like an ampitheater that we turn of singular piety telling the
Mr. Flagler will inspect the Key pwehtfr worth at hatred
: him and the movement of the De again to with awakened vision and people that they should come for heal- .
West t After olmcc
I Some of the daily are extension to the East Coas' c:! ov.'rui'y yean
newspapers Soto people will be seconded in other we who have earned a right to a reserved ing in other days and not on the holy railroad.-Jacksonville Metropolis. ,sj, they are pronounced

t publishing a telegram which says parts of the circuit. No cause is seat may enjoy the perfor- rest of the Sabbath, as if the woman t''.2 best and surest by careful

that Chester Gillette has confessed given for this extraordinary:: proved mance of others in which we once had come there on purpose for a cure, There is one thing in favor of the f' :mere everywhere. Your
I to the murder of his sweetheart, Grace r &aj-r sells them. 1197 Sid
ure. Judge Wall has been on the took part in the calm consciousnessthat or as if a word and a touch attended man with whiskers. He Is never a
and that his attorneys were /.mw free on request
' Brown beuri! longer than any of the otllerlseven j I when the curtain falls on the with so beneficent an effect could "bare-faced liar." 0 u.ii.vena
I *co,0011,xufc
before the
his confession
knowing to circuit judges in Florida. He last act it has been, after all, some- ;break the Sabbath. Jesus' rebuke of

trial was ended. is one of the pioneers of Florida, and what in the nature of a rehearsal. 'the malice and hypocrisy of the man -_. -- --- -.
I'n ... _
1 Live Oak is making efforts to extend has always been a man of prominence TOM :\IASSO was fully justified. ftIIi' :> :. "- : : ---_ : -: i';<> ; :;;;: -1r"i:7c-: : ::c ... ;.-.:.,. n.- :;:-c;. ._" ::>

and very popular and it is to be hoped -
the Florida railway from Lh"eOak SUBSCRIPTIONS
Cromwell Gibbons and the Gubernatorial tDVIVCEOURCLUB
France i .:
that the
says United States
that he be
to vindicate
to Fernandina and Fernandina may able Nomination. I ii i _. __ ,___ __.___ .___ ._ _._ _
himself when the charges seeking his is a nation without manners and it
thinks that if the movement if suc-
"Hon. Cromwell Gibbons of Jacksonville
removal are presented. looks to us as if there are some '
cessful will mean. much for its de- "
1 be posit on of judge is one of vi- was in Tampa Tuesday en grounds for her saying so. The court
i veolpment. Both cities are happy route to Cuba to wind of the LISTALL
tal importance and all should be of up one ly manners, once our proud boast

over the prospects. the best material and in the languageof largest suits ever instituted by a are fast disappearing. Young peoplenow

President Roosevelt says that all of the Live Oak Democrat our judges Florida lawyer," says the Tampa Tri rarely ever lift their hats to ,---

I our more eminent judges do not object should! be made of better clay than bune. their elders and the grace of manners
"The suit in question is that of SUBSCRIPTIONS
\ to criticism. He also quotes from other mortals for they must sit in are fast losing out. PAYABLE IX ADVANCEWEEKLY.

Judge Taft when he was on the judgment upon our lives our liberty Joseph Reyes vs. the United States, ;- :-.' "'= .. ..-'. :. '.:'-_:: .'---:': .: '-': .... .. t
the amount involved being $596,000. "" 'i j. ;4.. :" ..;:. :_:
bench. The secretary believes that and our property rights and men appointed Maxim Gorky has returned to Rus-

d the judiciary is made better by fair, to such work as this shouldbe The suit is for cattle and horses appropriated -!sia. He is doubtless a great literary

fearless and legitimate criticism. of the finest fiber above the motives by the Spanish army for genius but a poor Pontici n. He m

and temptations of the com- ;I which the United States government imagines that socialism will cure the .
Their attorney, Mr. John R. proper, mon heard profoundlywise and I assumed responsibility. ills of Russia. Why don't he try democracy THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Semi
"All of law have been
questions de-
,: of Macon Cfc., has saved Milton and learned and carrying through life first? That will be hard ,tJ Weekly Jacksonville
cided in favor'of the Times-IIni. one 1.50
claimant and
Jesse Rawlins from the gallows. The both on the bench and off a person- enough to get in Russia. year

two boys were to have been hanged ality of shining purity as nearly with- Mr. Gibbons goes to Cuba merely for rl'i TIIE OCALA WE.E Ll"XXEU and The Thrice
the purpose of taking testimony that The late Samuel Spencer, of the IJ t
Friday but Mr. Cooper succeeded in out spot of blemish as is possible to a-Week New York World
having the pardon commissioners mortals. Her strong and stainless will prove the amount of the loss sus- Southern railway who was recently one year . .!.# l

tained by his client. killed in an accident his TIIE OCALA WEEKLY .
own road BANNER Weekly'
judiciary of the and
commute their sentences to imprisonment was one real gloriesof The
Mr. Gibbons has been spoken of left his property all to the membersof '
i Atlanta
; for life and the governor of the old south and there is even a Constitution, one year. . . .elir .
quite a number of times his immediate family. He
as a prospective made
Georgia has ,concurred in the commutation greater need now that it should be
; of the death sentence by the kept up to the highest standard.We candidate for governor :at the I no public benefactions.Mr. THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Atlanta

coznmisisoners of pardons.The dislike to see movements in coming Times election. whether On being he asked bya E. S. Spencer has been appointed b; L Semi-Weekly Journal, one year. . . .$1.7.
reporter intendedto
our. state to force officials out of their 11" THE OCALA
New York World claims that positions, as it gives rise to much make the race he replied: 'The to succeed Mr. Arthur Glass as WEEKLY BANNER and The Com )

election' is too far off for discussionat division superintendent. of the A. C. VrI stoner (W. J. Bryan's Paper
there has been a Roosevelt and Bryan comment pro and con, and the victimis L. with ,) one year. .$1.51 !
merger and devotes a double column made the defendant and the suf- present but I think the majorityof railway headquarters in Jack- THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER
and ,
editorial pointing out the similarity ferer too often them will get tired and drop off ponville.

in Mr. Bryan's Madison Square Gar- Metropolis.unnecesslrily.Jacksonyille sooner or later. I don't believe in Gene Matthews will continue to ) Blade (Weekly) one year . . . .$t.ri .

den speech and the president's mes these long drawn out political affairs, r
smile because he was ,not caught in THE OCALA 'YEEKLY'AX"SER and The Savai
sage. The similarity is somewhat Where'will it all end? We mean in for they do good to neither the pub- the tie
drainage matter will be the nah
wonderful and no one can read the reference to our laws. Congress is lic nor the aspirant for office. kt Weekly News, one year. . . .$1.-
next of the
a << speaker house.-Lake City
editorial without coming to the con- in session and every senator has any "Mr. Gibbons would make an inter- Iii'lax. rJ

clusion that the utterances of the number of bills that he wants enacted esting race were he to enter the /' DAILY.TIIE

two men bear marked similarity. into laws. All the state legislatureswill lists." .

soon be in session and they will
For ages the wicked Emperor Nero 'Twas a Big Feast for Gamblers.It !)rofc5stonal. OCALA
9 multiply more laws and so it goes on DAILY BANNER and The Daily Ijj
+ has held a lone and lonesome placer from year to If the nation is to be hoped that the next II
year. vannah
en ----" -- News, one year . . .$12.
history. He is figured as fiddling lures state fair 'will be more of a fair and . '
enough one's whole '
r life A. 1,1
less of sideshow. A few DAILY BANNER and The DaiIJ
But he a high class
while Rome was burning. time may well be given to the readingof FutLEL & BLALOCK. ,

has at last been discounted by mod- our laws with no prospects of wad attractions, such as the hippodrome Jacksonville Times-Union, one year. . .$ia

edn methods. Mayor Schmitz of San are all right but to have a mile of Dentists. D THE OCALA
ing through them. Indeed it will .Over Manse & Chambliss Bank Ocala,Fla. DAILY BANNER and The Daily Ad .
Francisco is said to have quietly take a life time to merely read the fake shows as a drawing card is an (I lanta Journal one

plautuu t "'' while San Franciscowas ir.fex to the laws. When will a halting insult to the intelligence of the people r E!P'GGS. year..!I .

burning. In no point does the time come? of the state. There were scores ATTORNE ra ii THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and Atlanta P .
modern ruler let those ancient fel- of gambling devices which cleaned Oil I Journal (including
(Office in Gary-Ague Block.) ), one J'ear. .IIP-AI
< ova carry off the distinction.. The citizens of St. Petersburg have many a young man out of his ready OCALA. FLORIDA 1

appealed to the postmaster generalto money. We watched one wheel of .

Mr Bryan has given out an inter- enforce general order 1131 which fortune where six cappers were 'in EDWIN SPENCER ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE:

view on President Roosevelt's message imposes fines against raillway com- league with the manager the suckers t-

and says that parts of it is painies whose trains butted in to win big the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
o are over thirty money same
Address All
OCALA. ;-s yc FLORIDA Orders to
fully set forth in the late demqcraic minutes late ten times within any as the cappers did and came out of I

; .platforms. That that much of it is thre months of the year.A the game in a few minutes without T K- CH\SE_ -

good hut that he spoils a good thing enough cash to buy a roast beef sand- THE OCALA BANNER
by departing from those documents young woman in Kentucky as the result wich. The fair Is an educator. This OCALA, FL ,, :

-'l':% in wany important particulars. Mr. .of injuries received in arunaway last fair certainly gave an excellent OCALA.FLORIDA. .

w.':;, '. ,_' $ryaa; .'does :np 1;;say so, but. the New. accident aly unconscious' for five days exhibition. of gambling. It is time to pARLOS L. SISTRONK, '

..0- 'K. -., {Park. .World,does, thai there is a good and was operated .on and is' now fairly call a halt.-St. .Petersburg Independent ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE ATTORNEI:AT.LAW. IN ADVANCE
smlu..thedocument., ; on the road to
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to the marshal and the mayor to en committee get an estimate on paving

force the ordinance against, animals; Fort King avenue, Exposition \.

'. If, 11 f 1 I ii., I1 running at large In the city limits. street and the square, seconded by

'I il ) 1 Messrs. Owen, Chase and Weatherswere Mr. Weathers; on roll call A. G.

'. QJ 1 x,11I very favorable to the grantingof Gates voted no; T. J. Owen no; B.
i 1
assistance and Mr. B. A. Weathers A. Weathers, aye; G. A. Carmichael, : n

I I/ art I r ill especially stated that stock being al no; J. E. Chase aye; J. D. Robertson, IMPORTANT NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF

lowed at large with bells on, was no; motion lost.
MgM t 6C0p t7 Ill one of the greatest soures of an I :Mr. Weathers offered a resolutionthat I R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY'S
Al'LAN'r1' I
II I I noyance. Upon motion of Dr. Chase the the
property owners on
Illhltlflfll the subject matter of the use of carts south side of South street from Os- .

was referred to the street committeefor ceola to Wautula street be requiredto

hl111I l l filliu; recommendation, duly secondedand make sidewalk under the supervision SIMILES OF WHICH ARE SHOWN ON

h'iitt' I i l i l i i'I'i4I carried. of the street committee, which on 1

imu, s i I 1 Thereupon the following bills that motion duly seconded and carried, ,I :THEIR 1906 CATALOGUE OF PRESENTS.This .
were properly approved were ordered was adopted. '

paid, to-wit: I Superintendent H. M. Dearborn, of
I EDiROCI I 'space was bought to remind holders of our
Semimonthly'pay roll of officers, the electric light plant stated that ,

JG.93;' auxlliaffire department the arc light switches on the streets who may have overlooked the fact that our offer of presentsfor

$7.50; G. W. Clevelamf), $14.90; A. were not equipped with cut out

G. Gates $4.70; A. G. Gates $18.45; switches and there was eminent dang the return and delivery to us of tags, as made and adver-

T. Needham $4.67; E. W. Jones, &.r of the trimmer of lamps getting

( $5.25; Ocala Manufacturing Co.; hurt, in event of any incandescentwire tised in our 1906 Catalogue. and Circular of Presents, expires

I $3.43; T. W. Smitlt & Co., 2.35; croossing the arc wires while

Martin & Cam, $2C.94; Carmichael he,.current was on in, the day time. by the terms of the offer itself January ist, 7)07. r
& Son Co., $t09 H. B. Masters On motion duly seconded and carried,
; ,
Say RED ROCK $34.77; H. B. Masters, $27.80; semimonthly it: was ordered that the light and water We would not consider giving presents to one without ,; .

pay roll Electric Light Department : committee take the matter in giving presents to all for that reach us after our
and it PLAIN tags .
say $197.00; W. J. Chambers charge, with full power to act.

for imitations are $10.05; Ocala Gas .nd Engine Works Upon motion the council thereupon offer has expired, and for this reason we will not consider

$.75; H. B. :Masters $.:;,4; Lanier adjourned.

in vain. Robertson $1.73; ; A. E. DeJouest H. C. SISTRUNK any cause whatever for delay in delivery of tags, and we will

$10.15 Quaker City Rubber ,Co., $6.75; Clerk City Council. positively refuse to give for that reachWinstonSalem
John A. Roobbings Sons Co., $55.69; presents any tags
The Mayor's Veto of the Bell Tele
Crew Levick Co, $27.50; Westing- N. C. after T
house Electric Manufacturing phone Ordinance. uesdaJanuary 1907,
To' the City Council of the Cityof
Sold at all groceries in
Co., $225.65: ; Western Electric Co., Ocala. which is the full extent of time as heretofore stipulatedin

bottles, and on draughtat $3.25; H. M. Dearborn .$29.99.
Gentlemen-I herewith return to our offer. \
all founts. Oa motion it was ordered that bills
your honorable body, without my ap- f

'.,hH Iii;aa aiI not the properly respective approved committees be referred for approval to- roval, an ordinance authorizing the No employee has authority to change or modify this

rliuaMMI.I.. which was duly seconded and Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph or any notice or offer made by us.

carried. company to use the public

Mr. Robertson moved that the treets and alleys of the city of Ocalaor .
street superintendent be required to R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., WiNSTON-SALEM, N. C.
the purpose of placing poles and
get reports in proper order, with itemized -
electrical conductors thereon, passed .
bills, before payment of his

weekly pay roll, not getting a sec November 20, 1906.

ond to the motion the same was This ordinance did not come to my __ J

lost; thereupon Mr. Weathers offered lauus until the first inst., and I have '. ., .- -- ..-

the resolution that the street super- not had the time to examine it in all

1 rf t intendent be required to file with his of its particulars as I otherwise would (
have done had '1 gotten it earlier. Art in Picking the Right Hat.
weekly pay roll a report Just ReceivedA
showing work done and where, and However, it seems to me to be objectionable One of the new business women,
;, that the reports be brought before : : ;whose success makes others envious

1 !,. !' the council for reading at each meet- "First. Because there is no provision I tells one secret of it thus: "I never
seconded and made whereby the city is to receive I SHIPMENT OF
ing; on motion duly let a lady leave my showroom without
compensation for the granting -
td s i IF carried was adopted. of any this franchise. The time has discovering the one style that will ....................................................,

Reports of the officers were referred -
*f 1 P41y \ been when cities were very liberal in make a new woman of her. Once
to the _finance committee. The i
clerk: reported that all petitions for giving away their property in these I discovered the difficulty is to make White Cat Underwear

voted for franchises but latterly the people her realize that she is wearing the
elective officers to be on : .
have awakened to the fact that as a right hat. Women are notorious for
the 11th inst., were in proper form general proposition they are worth the ecrei N.1..................N.........N.........N......
choosing one. My
,,, and had the required number of qualified wrong
each something and should be a sourceof is to let my customer choose her
voters attached to petition.The
city attorney recommendedthat I revenue to the cities. A franch'> own hat., She wanders about the DO To darn, to mend, to sew on buttons?

;t 1 Dearborn be I that: is not worth paying for, at leasta room, picks out a model entirely unsuitable -

exchanged the bond for of one H. M.containing the reasonable sum, is scarcely worth aii-1 pins it on at a wrong YOU If not, try at least one of .. . ... OUR

having from a business point of view. angle. I make out the bill, but thenI
conditions required by the city charter It is the comfortable
Second. The fifth section of the ordinance gently point out that although that LOVE most BACHELORand
and motion duly seconded and carried -
provides that the city of particular hat has been decided upon,
it was ordered that the subject at the same time the SHIRTSBest
Ocala shall be connected by telephone it is not exactly suitable. I show my
Manufactured by THE RED ROCK matter of this bond be left in the
hands of the city attorney in order with the long distance lines of the customer why the style is ungraceful.It 50-cent Shirt, and it does not cost a
COMPANY Jacksonville, Florida.
Southern Bell and Telephone company be too high, too low or too
that he might confer with Mr. Dearborn may cent more. Try them for Comfort and1 car. No buttonsto
reaching other points in Flor broad of brim; the color may not be
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. and secure the necessary off or sew on.
ida. This clause is indefinite, come
very in tone with the eyes or the hair, one

(Official.) change.On seconded and car and might be compiled with by con of the most important points of mil r The White Cat Underwear sold by
motion duly
necting with the long distance linesat
linery. Then I produce the hat I
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 4, 1906. instructed to
clerk prepare
the was
of the city councilheld i any point in Florida. In addition wish her to buy, show the exactangle
Regular meeting
and have printed the necessary M. FISI-IEL.
whilst this clause might be sufficient,
the council chamber Ocala, at which it should be worn
at of
be used in the election
ballots to be safer if it
still it would were
provided and the consequence is that she
of December
the day
Florida on this 11 1906, and to place on
Cecember -
that connection should be had .
1906.Present leaves my shop a credit to herself-
such ballot the names on the petitionfor
or transfers made to lines extendingto
of and to me.-Kew York Press.
A. G. Gates president the different offices to-wit: points outside of Florida. We have
the council and presiding; J. E. Chase L. T. Izlar, etc. House Wine RoonS
and For mayor, now a long distance telephone in op Furious Fighting."For Ocala
J. D, Robertson B A. Weathers "
Special committee of Dr. Chase eration in this city which reaches a seven years writes G. \\. .
T J. Owen Councilman G. A. Carmichael and B. A. Weathers reported on the great many places in the state of Hoffman, of Harper Wash., "I hada
coming after meeting was bitter battle with chronic stomach
matter of securing an official map for TRY OUR ---
Florida and possibly with some encouragement
and liver troubles, but at last I won
called to order. the city had received their attentionbut will reach all that are and cured my disease by the use of
Minutes of last regular meeting they were not yet in position to material. Electric Bitters. I unhesitatingly

read and approved.Mr. make formal report to the council.In Third. I am forced to the conclusion recommend them to all, and don't intend .OLD fILLEGHANyPURE :
Rbertson desired to b erecorded in the future to be without themin
the matter of fire insurance requested
-especially by reason of the fact
the house. They are certainly a
at the' last meetingfor
as having voted the
by Graham brothers, that there is so little business that wonderful medicine to have cured
the destruction by fire of the unused same was referred to J. E. Chase andJ. would come to a telephone company such a bad case as mine." Sold under

bonds and redeemed to do the for by .
general D. Robertson as a special committee transmitted beyond the statethatthe guarantee same you RYE.
electric light bonds.H. act. I Tydings & Co., druggist, at 50 centsa
with power to purpose of this company is to es bottle. Try them today. m
S. Chambers filed his application
Application of H. S. Chambers for tablish a local telephone exchange in
which was deferred
fire chief
as position of chief of fire department, the city of Ocala. It could with great

until the council reached order of was on motion duly seconded and deal of force be contented,
Put 4 full Qts
new business. carried: deferred until next meeting.Mr. that section six would obligate It Will up
Graham brothers asked to be favor
Robertson then referred backto the city to grant them that
ed with portion of the city Insur in Cartoons
a unfinished business; on motion it privilege in the future. It says that Fancy
I f
deferred temporarily
Action !
You !
was so ordered thereupon Mr. Robertson are not to have the right to ay
have taxes
asked to
H. H. Meadows
moved that the council adopt operate a local exchange "except by Delivered at
for 1906( certain property to-wit: your
on committee consent'
the report of the street and with the further the -
Iota 13 15 and 16. block 30 Agnew
I U. heretofere submitted on the questionof city council of Ocala Florida, to be
West End Ocala reduced on motion Mr You have any Real Estate Express Office
paving Ocklawaha avenue. hereafter obtained. If this ordinanceis IF
seconded and carried and referr to sell,
Weathers moved as a substitute they simply to give them the right to \

ed to the finance committee. adjourn. Motion lost. Thereupon Mr operate a long distance exchange it ORYlu're "
Southern Bell Telephone company Foi' 3)0
Robertson movedt hat the street com- is unnecessary for them to refer to
ordinance returned by the mayor vetoed .
r" thinking coming
mittee be authorized to proceed to them hereafter obtaining any further |
with his objections stated in if" to Florida: for a home.
in such have in
Ocklawaha avenue rights. We now this city a

writing and filed for committee information.At from. repair manner as they might deem necessary -measurably good local telephone line, I ORT Regular $1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write for

this Juncture a it was duly seconded bIr..,whose rates appear to be satisfactoryto
; Price list.
Society con omplete
the City Improvement Mrs Carmichael; thereupon it was moved: its patrons, and until it should be- Yon Desire to invest in any
Biting of Mrs. C. L. G as a substitute they adjourn, on roll come oppressive or derelict in the kind of Florida property,

H. C. Groves, Mrs. MacKay Mrs. call the following members voted in discharge of its duty I am opposed to

Austin T. Maughs accompanied, Mrs. Fred Welhe by )lr.and H.Mrs.C. the affirmative: B. A. Weathers J. giving and other company a foothold TO SEE Deals House Wine Rooms.

E. Chase; those voting in the negative .here that will probably eventuate in OR WRITEOCALA.

Groves and Mrs. Bittlnger acting as were A. G. Gates J. D. Robertson I driving out the local company, and OCALA FLORIDAMcMillan .

chairman that they of did the not delegation desire the council stated G. A. Carmichael and T. J. Owen; motion I establishing a" foreign company 'that J. H.lIVItIG" &SONS H .._-tII

influenced to adjourn lost. will become oppressive and objectionable -
to become frightened or .
; Thereupon the previous questionwas to the people.
ty the delegation, as they came as a FLORIDA. Bros.
f 'of submitted as to repairing Ock Fourth. It would be better if some

special committee for the purpose lawaha avenue the following ,was thevote provision were made in the ordinanceby

'. getting the council to assist in the roll call: /\. G. Gates, aye; which the rates of charges shouldbe Southern
of upon Works
1" cleansing of the cUT and removing B. A. Weathers no; T. J. Owen aye; under the control of the city gov Jerry Burnett Copper
that were a menace ,
\. unsightly buildings of G. A. Carmichael aye; J. E. Chase ernment. The granting of franchisesto

;! to the safety and happiness J Robertson, aye; motion carried public corporations and leavingit of Stills
the community but if they could not no; Merchant Manufacturers l Turpentine
entirely to them what they shall f

D-,..' get encouragement the tqwn.V in their they work would of Thereupon Mr. Carmichael moved chcrge the people for -their service and General Metal Workers.

cleaning up that the street committee get estimates has been a very common thing, but

; have to disband as an that organization the city for the paving of' North Mag- we lave reached a point in our hiss Tiloring.Ocala .

and especially desired of the nolia street, from the square to the : .y when we discover that the peo- Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

? cart be placed'at the disposal month; Seaboard Air Line depot with flint Fie:: bed better protect themselves before Florida. through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

committee for one day in each rock and report .at next meeting on they grant such privileges. wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

'and. also requested that the council. call A. G, Gates voted no; B.. A.' Respectfully, Finest Imported and follcwing works >'
roll '
to enforce .
will have the proper officers Domestic Cloths. .
J, E. Chase, aye car RICHARD McCONATHY
Weathers, aye; ,
the stock ordinance wbereup11 FAYETTENLLE, N. C. SAVANNAH 8*
that ried. Mayor. Cutting; a "pP'jnli

.; Councilman" Robertson stated Dr. qhase moved that the street, Gila, Fla, Dec 4, IS C. Fits Guaranteed. JACKSONVILLE FLA VOilLE, ALA
be,*ai of the opinion that it was. up i .
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IN THE REALMS OF RELIGON. t most repugnant to my ideal of a .: t J I i

i i wise and holy God. I was not, there-
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.......................... .......................... : careful study of the Holy Scriptures : .t CADSON :
convinced me that the origin of Jesus .
without foundation in history. :. !
Bishop E. C. Smith, of the African Dwight L. Moody said that Sam was kt
Jesus was not lessened in my wor- :
Methodist Episcopal church, thinks Jones was "God's sledge-hammer. to I I ennobled by this dis
crush what the rest of us could not ship. He was
that the American negro missionariesin covery. When I reached the conclusion $ R
Africa will make themselves unpleasant which I did some years ago4' THE OCALA BAZAAR

by developing I that the infancy stories were not historical ,
to the ruling powers Prof. J. H. Gardner, Harvard University 4
did not cease to believe in
such a love of liberty among in his recent book, "The Bi I ,
in Him all the more : t
the natives that they will desire civil ble as English Literature," contrast- Jesus. I
and political independence. ing it with :Milton, Shakespeare and and I gave to the words 'conceive : I invites You to Come and See a Happy Crowd 1
by the Holy Ghost, born of the VirginMary' .i
says: "One finds the mod-
that harmonized : j ,. t
an interpretation --- --
Robert, the second son of the late ern literature almost trivial and ephe- {I.

evangelist Sam Jones, will become a merial beside the old." I with my knowledge of the facts. f Our store building is 3oxiuofee', two stories high. and h:1'uo.11: I h atones tilled with I :
child of the Holy seed, e .
He was a I 4

_ preacher. aIn At the recent anniversary of the sanctified by His mother's womb, a U 110L DAV GOODS :
God, in mind all r
son of the Holy my I :
many eastern ,country places army of Tennessee, Archbishop Ire- : .I F
he was the son of I o -- :
the because
I is said that the automobile is destroyIng land in his address made a terrific \\'e are a"knowlelb',l i I f E EF EI

the public worship by frighteningthe arraignment of socialism. man. II .
that Conception of Jesus. : ,. I
farmers, so
horses of the

they Sunday.will not 2 drive to church on the The automobile Church is Progress not only fears annihilating that- based"I know by a this careful conception study of of the Jesus Holy, f I I HEAD DARTERS fOR S SANTA CLAUS 4 r 1

is of the warp and I. '
distance but morality. It cites its Scriptures (

It has been suggested that the scar- frequent participation in divorce I woof of my intellectual and spirituallife :. I And have been for the past ;* } eon, Hring t. .' t
it is not probable that it : f
city of ministers may be supplied by cases as proof that is a dangerous I will it with :: : .1. the children to see the old man. Hi* l .. :
willever change. carry
to preach. promoter of laxity and vice. I -
licensing women* i. me into that spiritual world where I v I mail box is now ready and he stands I ;., :

face to face. But I the head of the btair :
The Baptists are said to have first George Bernard Shaw has termora- shall see Jesus at steps on I

been called Baptists in England in rily left play writing for the religious am told by Judicial decision that this the second floor to greet and .. 1 I. :

1569, and on the continent much ear- lecture platform. He attacks present conception is not permissable in the : : make happy the little ones. I : I'
mind of the minister of the Protestant :. (
religious and
lier. systems, assaults the ,
Ten Commendments, especially the Episcopal church. I bow to that de :t 4 ::... C'
mind-I Watch Our Show Windows and Keep Posted I I
cision. I cannot change my
George Jackson, Toronto, says that sixth, saying that every man shouldbe I
therefore leave the church. I do not *
the problem is not so much "the non- killed who cannot prove that he
We full line of Men's. Women's & Children's
blame my judges; they acted according always carry a Ready-to-wear goods :
church-going" as the "non-going- does as much for soceity as it does for
church." him. to their light; let not them blame j I $ ** STYLISH HATS AND SHOES OUR SPECIALTY -
me if I follow my light, which is light- i :. +

A writer in the London Methodist The executive committee of Up- ing me to the everlasting. day. But I j J e 4 WHO HANDLE A SMALL LINE OF TOYS AND FIREWORKS ARE- INVITED s

Times thinks that the chief danger to ton Sinclair's new socialist colony at whether they blame or not, I cannot !! : Merchants: TO LOOK THROUGH OUR STOCK AND GET PRICES BEFORE t

the supremacy of the white race will Helicon Hall, New York, will exclude do other than I do-I must obey God 4 0 : : BUYING THEIR HOLIDAY LINE.

come from Jlohamedianism, whose Jews. Jewish papers think that thisis rather than them. : -- i

creed Is spreading over Africa. not in keeping with his fine procla- "But while I thus feel that their I M t 4- Speck! Prices and Discounts to Public Schools, Churches and Sunday
final for I am equally 4 t
decision is me
# mation of universal brotherhood. j'I' !
School Committees-Christmas Tree Candles
William E. Curtis, the famous cor certain that it is not final for the t FREE %
church. I have reasons to know that | .
respondent of the Chicago Record- The average salary of all the minis- I 0

; Herald says that drink menaces the ters in America is, acocrding to Dr. there are hundreds dt clergymen and i j I' g OUR 5 AND 10 CENT COUNTERS :
in the Protes-
,, future of England, its pauperism beIng H. K. Carroll, the religious statistician thousands of laymen a : ARE LOADED WITH BARGAINS.
church who have
largely due to the intemperanceamong $475 a year, while ,,locomotive tant Episcopal I' .

the working classes. engineers average $l.50, and bricklayers reached the same conclusion' that I'I' a o Come early and buy your holiday goods. We will pack them and
receive $5 a day or four timesas have, and sir, I beg to say to them, away

Rather Gangoitl, head of the weather much. in this letter to you, that their position i deliver any evening you suggest. Come after supper. Open nights until 9.

in the church is just as tenableas I
Belen College, Havana,
service, .
predicted the last great storm, and "I can't account for the small at- it ever was. || 4([ f The Ocala Bazaar i ii
"This judgment no person
also the Galveston hurricane. He is dance at church today, said a pastorto
I about to
myself. am carry
a Jesuit. one of his la"men.UXor I," was the
reply. "I went myself a few Sundaysago our case to the higher court of the 4 i Commercial Bank Block
The next meeting of the Union oft ; and could not see anything to at- free intelligence and the enlightened I i o Jj : Ocala Florida; FRANK JT, Vj/\UoUiN II
conscience of the world, and if IIwin I ,
will "
American Hebrew Congregations tract the small crowd I saw there. .
I it there, I will win for every I j +. ,
be in Atlanta, Ga.. January, 1907. I
church and every soul In Christen-1 < ..$9..t.e..4N4elNi iN4..A..NN.Ni.l4eN3NJ.....Nt
At Alexandria, La., the Methodist,
Bishop McFaul, of the Roman Cath- Baptist, Christian Brethren, Presby- t\om. It is the work of showing that i t ...................4.......................+. ....+.+. ........
in God that
is in and is
God man man
olic church, says that if Catholics and terion and Jewish congregations unit- i .,
the rest of life.
non-Catholics would unite to banish ed in a union Thanksgiving services, I consecrate my ->. '. ,- --". ;. ." .... -, .. .
*ihe evils of divorce and socialism" the rabbi preaching the sermon. "Let no on. think for a Jesus i I r ."oW.. -- ---" ..., .- .,,-" .. At-..-.._- ,: *. ".. ." ..-,- -.... -.-. ,'. .__- -_'k"_-1_#-" -.T..k--"" '--_!-" '
success would certainly be theirs. that I de not love the Lord

S A member met his pastor carryinghis the Christ last and in would this church not serve, which Him is to to I AND GIN l B MARYUND CLUB
Jl JlC
is the nestor
Dr. Theodore L. Cuyler overcoat "You
on a warm day.
me the historic church of the great At per Gallon. X o H 0 G A N
of the American pulpit. He has nearly hardly need your overcoat today," extra charge for Jugs. Sft bottle $1.50; case of
completed his eighty-fifth year, but said the parishioners. "I know," was English speaking race, if only its men twelve bottles for $15.00.
in authority had let me. All I askedof
his is not dim nor his natural w
eye the answer, but my wife is interested
I force abated. in a rummage sale; and when I them was tolerance. But they have CiFEE ("ED'S PLACE.") WHEN IN TOWN
refused to extend tolerance to such asI
carry my clothes about with me, I
Many clergymen lately met in know where they are." and I must, with a grief which my In connection with you TO THE TRADE Call and see us and

Chicago under the auspices of the heart knows, accept my dismissal can find the best. __,_ you we will white.try to treat

American Bible League, and projected The scarcity of preachers seems from the service of the church"A
Our prices are figured on the very
crusade against the Higher Biblical -
a greatest in the Southern Presbyterionchurch.
Poor Organ. Lowest Cash basis and under no circumstances -
Criticism. In that denomination
there Dam (s) the bile. That's what your will we ship goods 0. I).
are said to be 3,000 churches and only liver does if its torpid. Then the bile SOUR MASH : OLD PRIVATE STOCKFull

The American Board of Missions of 800 pastors. The clerical faminine is overflow s into the bloodpoisonsyour Full Quarts, 75 cents; as the Express companies will only Quart $1.50 four

the Congregational church has paid said to be largely due to the small system, causing sick headache, four full Quarts, $3.00; take whiskey at owner's risk and open. quarts, delivered; $8.00
biliousness, sallow skin, coated ton-
off a debt that has troubled them for pay of preachers, and the spirit of gue, sick stomach, dizziness, fainting twelve quarts, delivered The law will not allow them to ship twelve quarts delivered
g years, and last year's collections for commercialism. spells, etc. Ramon's treatment of $9.00. whiskey 0. f J. D. We will accept Express $16.00.
foreign missions were over one mil Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets strengthens -

lion dollars. To the statement that the "absenceof the liver and makes it do its own Orders, Postoffice money orders,

the catechism work. Prevents and cures these one and two cent stomps, and checks ,
makes this
genera- troubles. It aids-doesn't force. En-
Pastor Lewis Yarns, of Paris, fount tion unprepared to listen intelligent. tire treatment 25 cents. Tydings ROYAL VELVET on parties we know are 0. K.Ve buy LEWIS ee

der of the Protestant Home Missionary ly to the doctrinal sermons," the Lutheran Drug Store. 2 for cash and sell for cash, therebygiving"

Society, lately died at the age of World replies, "could there bea $1.DO per quart; four our customers the benefit of $1.60 per quart; four
In the various criticisms of the of
$6.00 case
quarts. ;
1- i 91. For seventy years he was on the stronger justification and plea for pres-I twelve quarts for $13.00 bad accounts. quarts, $3.00; case of
ident's it is discovered twelve
message quarts $l-.oo.
board of missions and for fifty-five the restoration of the catechism?"
' the minds of great men do not always :
he of church in
years was pastor ta *

the fashionable part of the city. Dr. J. H. Sykes, agent of the American run in the same channel : HOGAN'S SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFER
Bible Society, Shangi, reportsthe In Mad Chase. t
1 The largest Baptist church in AmerIca largest number of copies of the Millions rush in mad chase after I

if not in the world, is the Temple bible ever sold for last year, and that .health, from one extreme of faddismto
t the church of Rev. Russell H. the Chinese are buying as never be- another, when, if they only would SIX FULL QUARTS FOR $5.00One
eat good food and keep their bowels
Conwell, Philadelphia, whose
membership fore, whole copies instead of j
t porItion 'regular I with Dr. King's New Life
numbers 2,900. I Pills, their troubles would all pass Quart Maryland Rye, One Quart Xorth Carolina Corn
--' II(I I away. Prompt relief and quick cure I One Quart Apple Brandy, One Quart Holland Gin '
-- :: : -.-- -- -- ,for liver and stomach trouble. 25 I. One Quart New England Rum, One Quart Sherry.:
CRAPSEY ON CREED cents at Tydings & Co.'s drug store;
interpretation to the various articles This is that will Tickle
HIS CONCEPTION OF CHRIST. of the creed as are demandedby guaranteed. m ', something You as it passes down, and you will

aggree with us that its good. These goods are taken from
our regular
present conditions of thought and x
'Jala.\\ar Qq.t 'aqJa.\\ \\au
"l am certain, that you willl be gladto the present state of knowledge, any IB, slag emoiuBmFor .Ia.\Is 2uIJa1S? stock atd.after. buying if you don't think its worth $5.00 for Six Qurts,

acknowledge that I am compelledto more than I am conscious of insin- return it to us and we will gladly refund your money.

this action by anything that reflects cerity when I say the, sun rises and
upon my moral integrity or sets, though as a matter of fact the EVERY FIVE DOLLAR ORDER.

calls in question my faithfulness asi i sun does nothing of the kind.

a pastor. My sole difficulty lies in Not in Physical Body. That WEDDING BELL FEW MORE HOLIDAY OFFERS:

the fact that a long, careful, conscientious "If I am told to hold the creed at KENTUCKY FEW
Full quart, 1.25: four RYE AND BOURBON
study of the Holy Scriptureshas ail, I must give to certain, if not all, Empty Feeling quarts, $5.00; twelve" At $1.2 per ; four
compelled men to come to certain of its articles a spiritual rather thana quarts for 15.00. ? Rye, Quart 50 cents; Half Gallon quarts. tt.15; case of 12
$1.00; Gallon $1.50. quarts for $12.00.
conclusions concerning the pre- literal physical interpretation. WhenI -
; Old Fashion Rye. Quart 75 cents Half
natal history of Jesus, which are not say of Jesus that He ascended into When you have that empty Ion $1.50; Gallon 3.00.

in physical accord with the letter of heaven, I do not mean, and cannot feeling" a call on us will give Hogans' XXXX Rye Quart $1.00; Half --
the creeds, and hence have compelledme mean, that with his physical body of immediate reiief.We PAUL JOKESAt Gallon $2.00; Gallon 4.00.

in order to hold the creeds, to flesh, blood and bones, He floated into Call Your Attention to $1.25 per quart; 12 CORN WHISKEY WEllERS 41 CABINET

give to certain articles an interpretation space and has for 2,000 years been Tip Top Coffee................25c quarts for $13.50. North Carolina, Quart 50 Ten ead
that will harmonize them with existing somewhere in the sky, in I Blue Label Coffee...... 25c Ion $1.00; Gallon $1.75. cents; Half Gal $-.00 per quart.

the truth as I find the truth in the that physical body of flesh, blood and No, 2 Mackerel, per kit. .$1.50 ..Stone n $1.00; Half Gallon
Strained Honeyl gal cans$1.25 TilE EVERGLADES $_,.00 Gallon .hQuart
teachings of the Holy Scriptures."But bones. Such an existence would Dr. Price's Wheat Celery..lOc ; $- MAIL ORDERS

recent judicial decisions have seem to be not glorious but horribleand 7 Bars Lenox Soap. ....,....25c May be drained bat WINES AND SWEET GOODS
declared that such such i II Hogan's creek Will have prompt at*
any harmonizingof a conception is to me not I -- never Blackbery, Quart 50 cents
the creed with my own convictionsof only unblievable, it is unthinkable. )I will be. Tom Gin, $1.75 to $4.00 per Gallon.Gallon $1.uv.IU\ tendon, and will be.
Dutch filled .
the truth is not permissable in the What I do mean by this phrase is Herring, Mackerel, r Sherry, 50, 60 and 75 cents_per quart; $1.50, same day.PHOSPHATE

Protestant Episcopal church. In my that Jesus, having accomplished His Cod Fish. Dried Herring, $-.00 and $3.00 per Gallon. Fort, same price.

own case I recognize the right of work in the flesh, ascended into the French Sardines, Etc.GROCERY California Wine, $5.00 per case. __ .

the constituted authorities of the higher of the spirit. And also whenI BLACK & WHITE SCOTCH GIN

church to define the limits of interpretation say of Jesus that He was conceived G 0
Needs no introduction, H 0 G A N For every complaint otto _
and in order to hold fast by the Holy Ghost, born of the o. } (j $1.50 per quart. e kidneys, $1.50 pet.=
to the truth must let go of the creed Virgin Mary I do not mean that the quart.

:t as now interpreted by the courts, I great and living God in order to get Clark Bro$., Ocala

; am not now and never have been, into His world, had to violate His North of City Market. HO CHARGES FOR JUGS Florida M Ii

r ::i conscious of aninsincerity in giving I wonderful law of human generation, NtOS SENT C. 0. $"


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Ale on the market, and having just We guarantee everything to be exactly as represented, or your money + & Co. Pale Ale per doz. .. 2.50

received two car loads can supply 0 U r t G U(I a rante e will be refunded without argument. All shipments are made in plain + Guinness & Co., Stout, per doz 150
the trade on short notice. cases, without marks to indicate contents. : White Rock pints per doi .. t.00
10 doz. (barrel 1) $9.50 j = Red Raven Splits, per dos .. 1.50
; .1 Ginger Ale per doz. pints, 1.00N

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Per Bot. Per Case .1. Per Phosphate Gin, qts. the only Port, aL. . . .$4.00 Jockey Club XXXX per gaL ..$2.00
Mongalla Rye ? .. .. ..$ .75 6.50 Cognac .. . . . .$3.Gal00 : genuine 1.50 i Sherry per per. . . . 4.00 i Jockey Club XX .. .. .. .. .. 1.75
Old Joe, full quarts 1.00 10.50 California Cognac . . 6.00. Phosphate Gin, pints, the only Iaderia". .". '. . . 4.00 + Jockey Club X .. .. .. .. 1.50
Old Joe full pt. .. .. ? .50 11:00: : Peach Brandy, North Carolina 2.00 : genuine i "P ; Bot. Monglia .. .. . .. .. .. %.50
Old Velvet full quarts. 1.00 10.50 : Peach Brandy, 2 yrs. old Maryland Phosphate Gin, 1.2 pints the White Seal Champagne, qts. .$4.00 i Nelson Co., .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3.00
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Old Vel Velvet full pint .50 11.00 3.00 only genuine 40Mobile White Seal, Champagne, pts. .. 2.00 Old Velvet .. " 3.50
Old Velvet alf pint .25 11.50 Peach Brandy, 4 yrs. old Georgia! 4.00 : Buck Gin, full quarts $1.00 i G. H. Mumm, Champagne, qts. .. 4.00 Green Ribbon .. .. .. ? ? 3.50
Mark Rogers, full gts.150 15.00 Peach Brandy.5 yrs. old Georgia 5.00 : Per G. H. Humm, Champagne, pts. 2.00 Diplomatic .. .. .. .. .. .. ? 4.00
Mark Rogers full quarts .... 16.00 Apple Brandy, North Carolina .OO. Mobile Buck Gin, full pints .11.00 : Laubenhelmer Rhine Wine, pts eo, .50 Four Aces .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 5.00 -
Pickwick Club 1.25 13.00 Apple Brandy 2 yrs. old Mary Mobile Buck Gin, full 1-2 pints .11.50 Laubenhelmer, Rhine Wine qts 1.00 Pickwick Club X .. .. .. ? .. 6.00 x ;

Diplomatic .?. .?. ?.. 1.00 10.00 land .. . .. .. .. 3.00. .......................... i Nersteiner, Rhine Wine qts .. 2.00 No. 111 Rye .. .. . .. .. .. 6.00
.. .. 11.00 Apple yrs. old Georgia, 4.00
Old McBrayer 1.00 :ranfY'54 Niersteiner, Rhine Wine pts. 1.00 NORTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA ; ;
old Georgia, 5.00
Four full 1.50 15.00 Apple yrs.
Aces quarts Hochheimer Berg.Rhine Wine qt. 2.00
Four Aces full pts .. 75 16.00 Peach Honey Hochhelmer Berg. Rhine Wine,pt. 1.00
? Per GaL
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Rock and
Mt. Vernon full quarts 1.75 16.00 Rye St. Julian Claret, pints .. .. .. .75 Georgia Corn, 1 yr. old.. .. ..L75
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3.00 I
Jamaica Rum
full .. 1.00 17.00 One Mark .. .. .. .. .. 1.50
ML Vernon pints Quart Rogers St. Julian quarts Georgia Corn. 2 yrs. old .. .. .. 2.00
N. E. Rum .. .. .. .. .. 2.00
ML Vernon, full 1-2 pint 18.00 ? ? Pontet Canet Claret, quarts .. 2.00
1..5 .. .. 3.50 One Quart XXXX Rye North Carolina Corn, 1 yr. Old ..1.75
Apricot Brandy
Royal Arch full quarts 13.00 ? ? ? One Quart Port Wine Pontet Canet,: Claret pints .. .. 1.00 North Carolina Corn 2 yrs. old .. 2.00

Royal Arc full pints ... .65 14.00. GIN Wine Bergundy quarts .. .. .. .. L50 North Carolina Corn. 4 yn. old ? 150
Old Rookery full quarts 1.50 15.00 Per Gal. One Quart Sherry Bergundy pints .. . ? .. .75 North Carolina Corn, 6 yrs. old .. 3.00

Old Rookery full pints. .75 16.00 Imperial Rose .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.50 $ Q.75 'EXPRESS M. G. & Co. Port .. .. .. .. .. 1.50 North Carolina Corn. 8 yrs. old .. 4.00 X J 3
Three Feathers .. .. .. %.25 24.00 Imperial Dutch High Grade. ? %.00 PREPAID Amontillado Sherry .. .. 1.50 ;%
Duffy's Pure Malt .. .. 1.00 11.00 Scheidam .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4.00 Put up in neat package, with no SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES. .
Premium Malt full qts 1.00 11.00 Holland .. . .. ? .. 3.00 marks on wrapper. WINE. John Ramsey Scotch, per boL ?U.00 :
Per Bot. HOW TO ORDER Write orders California Port, per GaL .. .$2.00 Black and White Scotch .. .. .. 2.00

IMPORTED BRANDIES.Per & eo.', Old Tom .. ..$1.50 plainly. Give both your poatofflce California Sherry .. ? .. ? ? 2.00 King William Scotch. ,. .. .. 150
Bot.Booth's Citron Tree large size (Schei and express office. Send money by California Catawba .. .. .. .. ? 2.00 Jameson's Irish .. .. .. .. .. %.00
L Favert t Co., Three Star .. .$2.00 dam) .. .. .. . 2.00 postofflee or express money order, or California Scuppernong .. .. 2.00 Geo. Roe Old Irish Whiskey. 2.00
Jas. Henessey & Co.. Three Star 2.25 Gordon & .C.o.D..G'in. .. .. .. 1'50 by registered mail. f California Blackberry .. ? ? 1.50 Cryatalized Rock and Rye .. .. LOG
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WHILE PREACHING ON hurried to the church to tell her
OIL FIELDS IN GEORGIA. very short time when work in opening
Georgia's first oil field will be THE "COMING OF CHRIST." story. Although several men were

'Promise Rival to Octopus; Boring commenced.-Atlanta Georgian.Cure standing in the church lobby and 1

Will Soon Begin-Jefferson Coun Robber Sacks Preacher's Home, Locks started quickly after the burglar

: ty Said to Have Fine Field. for Insomnia. Daughter in Closet and Little they could not find him.A %'.

Yesterday a friend who had heard Brother Looks On.

Work will begin in a few days for that I sometimes suffer from insomnia Valuable New Product.In .
While the Rev. Edward Stauderm- 1892, Frank Mira, of Jacksonville
the opening of a vast oil field in told me of a sure cure.
Paul's German Fla., discovered a twig which
and drink ann, pastor of the St.
Georgia. Ill has been discovered in "Eat a pint of peanuts
seemed to him of some use to the
two or three glasses of milk before Lutheran church In South avenue,
Jefferson county near Louisville perfumer. He submitted it to Mr. E.
state is about the pur going to bed," said he, "and I'll warrant Mount Vernon, N. Y., was preaching ..
which experts Moulle, of that city who was engagedin
and you'll be alseep in half an hour. on the "Coming of Christ" Sunday ev-
in this county
est ever the business of extracting essences.
Atlanta man I did as he suggested, and now for eeing, a masked burglar known to
a company which has an The plant immediately interested :Mr.
formed for the thebenefit_ of others who may be .afflicted the police as "the mile-a-mlnute man,"
at is head has been Moulie, who succeeded in producing .
I with insomnia, I feel it to be entered his home next door, seized
purpose of working the territory.The from it an essential oil Many at CFIr
"The my duty to report what happened, so his daughter Louisa, wrapped a towel
is known as
company .tempts on the part of Mr. Moulie and
," Its officers far as I am able this morning to recall about her head, placed her in a closet
: Georgia Petroleum Company the United States department of \
First, let me .
the details. say and looted the house.
are: President, Otto G. Teague agriculture to ascertain the scientific
William F. my friend was right. I did go to sleep : .Louisa's brother, Edward, a child of:
Atlanta; vice presedent name of the plant finally resulted in
soon after my retirement. Then four, who was playing with his sis
very !
, Uttle. Louisville Ga.; directors its Identification as menhta citrate, a
f R. Farmer. Louisville Ga.; John F. a friend with his head under his arm ter when the burglar entered followed very rare plant which is popularly %
and asked me if I wantedto the house and
came along him through saw ,
. Gilmore Brooklyn N. Y.. r called bergamont mint. From year to
buy his feet. I was negotiating :him take his mother's Jewelry and
Hunter, Savannah. I year Mr. Moulle has Increased and developed -
: when the dragon on which I father's wallet. After obtaining a.
I The first Indication of the existence with him, I his the few plants which he has l tif y} .
ota riding slipped out of his skin and these the burglar opened the closet
f of oil in this state was the finding was been able to obtain, and is now engaged
l crude petroleum left me floating in midair. While I I door, setting the girl free and fled byway the
spring with the In gratuitously distributing
of this was considering how I was to get of the.front door. Louisa: rushed
the surface. Some for general propogation. We
floating on I plant
i the spring down, a bull with two heads peered into the church and told her mother FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK
crude oil was secured from believe that in this manner a very
t. Everhart 'over the edge of the well and said :what happened. All this was done in
and taken to Dr. Edgar I. valuable perfume industry may come BETWEEN
i of he would haul me up if I would first less than five minutes.
chemist ot the geological survey i to: be built up on the cultivation of
Georgia who made an examination of !climb up and ring a windlass for him. According to Louisa's story she and I this rare plant.-Scientific American. Jacksonville and New York.Calling ) .

It. Dr. Everhart states that this oil r So as I was sliding down the mountain her brother were in her father'sstudy

excels Texas-Corsicana, Pennsylvania, r side the brakeman came in, and when they heard a knock at the Style and American Dress:nakr.

I f asked him when the train would i rear door. Style and American Dressmaker is
Callcia and Baku oils Jn every par I at Charleston, S. C., both .
of the reach my station. "We passed jour "Oh there's mama and papa," cried very attractive this month. We have ways
ticular. Over 90 per cent. TE3: nXSST ST3&ISEIPS: IS 'TSS C01STWISS SSITCS.: : <
train four hundred years ago, he Louisa, as she started toward the just received the January number.
crude oil is kerosene.Dr.
r stated that when theE said, calmly folding the train up and kitchen to open the door. Her little On the cover is a pretty girl who

, oil was. Everhart refined it was "clear limpid,, slipping it in his vest pocket.At brother followed gleefully, shoutingto wears a stunning hat which is reproduced CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I HESFREIGUr

If the this juncture the clown bounded his supposed parents. from one of the latest Paris
and had the odor of kerosene. SKRVICB BETWEKX ,
and pulled the center "Wait second," Louisa said, "until .
from the into the ring a rooJe s.The
: color can be removed easily Jacksonville, Boston Providence
chemical maens, it wpuld ,pole out of the ground, lifting the I unbolt the door." designs, as usual, are beautiful and all Eastern Points.

crude oil by illuminating oil Itent and all the people in: it up, up, When this was done the doer opened -.and practical and easy to follow. .Patterns .
Chart Both
furnish high grade Calling at Way
a whatever." up up, while I stood on the earth bellow and, to her surprise, a welldressed I may be produced for every

t. without any distillation oil is much purer watching, myself go out of sightmong man entered, wearinf a mask, design shown. The text contains 1 ylIM1 W' 2: KK L Y S A I L 1 X (, S *
It U said that this
: which John %:. the clouds above. Catching hold cf the girl' he said. Many useful suggestions and much I Southbound . . .'. From LeWis' Wharf, Boston.

i' than D. Rockefeller the crude has oil made from his millions. Then I awoke and found that I had "I'll kill you if you yell." that is cf interest to every woman. I I Northbound .. .' .From foot Catharine St., Jak MftvHle

minutes.- Louisa, Grabbing a of :Miss I
asleep almost ten This frightened The professional services
C S.V.. McCallie, assistant River
Prof from the rack, the burglar tiedit Clyde St. Johns Line.
state niadt an examination .. The Good Health Clinic. towel Russell are offered free to every sub
geologist the about the girl's head, and repeating scriber. Miss Russell knows; whereto
of the geological'conditions near The Original Porous Piaster.! her into the Between Jacksonville and Sanford
He his threat,pushed pantry buy those "hard to find" novelties

place where the oil was found. I It's Allcock's first introduced to I closet and locked the door. b. trimmings and ornaments and embroideries. St rpa: i a: ?:al tzs, Agar, ?ere:!:: ( :Lisl ) lai htarsiiiitio

said: for the people sixty years ago, and today While the burglar was rifling the She will match samples : s o: St. J=:s $lve!.
"All of the essential conditions the largest ex- 1
undoubtedly drawers little Edc and talked
bureau ::nd give advice free. .
the occurrance of oil in the commercial external remedy-millions being sold to him. As the man emptied the' Subscription price $1.00 .a year. outh-Bound SCHEDULE"NorthBound
be present
quantities appear to been annually throughout the whole civilized clothing: on the floor the child said to Send your name and address for a Read down. Read up.

In the locality where the oil has world. There have been imita* him: frea sample copy to Style and American 'Leave 3-30 p., m. .. ., ..Jacksonville ? .' ? Arrlfe 2 W a. m.

found'near Louisville"Mr Pennsylvan Ions, .to be sure but never has there "Mamma will be angry when she gets Dressmaker 24-26 East 21st St., Leave Si5 pjiu :. .. .. .. .. Pala tka .. .. .. .. ... .Leave 8 06 p. m.

Arthur Mandall. indications been one to even compare with Allcock's -, home." New York City. Leave 3 00 a.m. .. .. .. .. ., u Astor. .. .. .. .. ...Leave 3 W p. m.
: U stated the the standard external
oil expert more -the world's All the time the burglar was searching l H .. .. .. .Beresford (DeLand) ., Leave 1 00 p. m.

for oil In Georgia are fields remedy. weak back cold on the chestor for valuables Loiuse was shoutingfor Fine Brood Mares. Arrive 8 30 a. m. .. .. .. .. .Sanford .. . -.leave 9 JO a. m.
of the For a
pronounced than In many any local pain the result of taking healp, but her muffled sounds We have just ,gotten m a car load Arrive; 10 00 a. in. .. .. .. .. ..Enterprise ., .. .Leave 1000 L m.

_ of the north. cold or overstrain there is nothing could not be heard. cf the finest brood mares ever broughtto -

; The company which is to open the we know of to compare with this "Don't follow me when I leave" the state and to see them Is-to ad- General Passenger and Ticket Office 122 West Bay St* Jacku"vllI'. :
'oil fields has been organized under famous plaster x you ;sire them. We will sell them at -- r r 1 _
captal ____ said the burglar "for if you do Ill reasonable prices. Come and and,
the laws of Arizona and has a very p.f tROSMONGRS Jt. A.s't Gn' hit, ijent,m Want Bar t.LJacklOe.me.fta.
value A handsome line of ladies' have to shoot you. loo* them over at ...;. C.COOPKK. JR. Freight Altent. c:. f.LOVEU Snpertntea/ere, f
-j Uation of 500,000 shares, par articles manicure sets, etc., at Tyd- This did not frighten Louisa for MARION FARMS STABLES Pofitot Ho*'n 4teH.. TicVsonrlHt. Pit,
"', II each. Orders have been made for & Co.'s s? Ocala. F fa, AC. {, Lrit'1'.r.eyi E>'r'tta \*, V M., York CLYASiZILN1Cee1rLla+ T. '
Ings front
,,'all This I* expected when he departed through the THEO G. EGER V.-P. and G. M.
x. digging to arrive at, Louisville in ft ,,lt will pay you to read today's ads. door she followed close behind and To-day'sada are interesting reading I General Offices Pier 36 North River. Branch. 290 Broadway N ew York.


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But TURPENTINE Little Change--MARKET.Producers Show- " 4r" " " " "t" t '" ,," " 1 I I41F "t1" " " "

No Inclination to Cut Prices. .
For four days of the week ending ....
last night spirits turpentine was quo., ... 1' ....
ed at 661-4 cts. Thursday it advanced .......
to 661-2 and yesterday afternoonto
67 1-4 cents. This week in keeping

with its record of the past few weeks,
in none of which it has developed any OATS
particular strength or any particular ,
weakness. When it hal been put up
it has generally been a little piece of
'manipulation work on the part of the .
buyer interested in giving the market 41F .....
: a temporary boost. The advance yes .,,loll
_ terday to C71-4 cents was probably ....
along the same line. If so there will
doubtless be the usual result perhapsa iT
One Thousand Burt
day or two of .this, or perchanceeven pNiiiety Day or

a better price, and then a little
toboggan slide act to C6 cents again.

have Receipts been continued for the past just about three as or they four E Oats for Seed. Order Early.

weeks. There are several weeks oft

good receipts ahead yet. Then comes iii'f

the slump In receipts to the very small .,. I
proportions that mark the end of the .

season, when the residum of the old 4 :, :

crop is being marketed and preparations .... ., '
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: pushed for the new crop. Operations ,...... f"f-' : .....

for the new crop of 1907-08 are .. ._ .'_ _,.," ..
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factors i---- -"- ,'.'. < -,.' :.:< ./i:<.. ,''" '\;.,. ......
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sire on the part of the prodcers to -. 0:" ."' ,' -. 1. ....

bring about their own ruin by makinga II ::.. ..."
big crop, such as they threatened to ...
do last winter and were only prevented -
from doing by a combination- Seeded Raisins Cleaned Currants

circumstances adverse to heavy pro- F ,
t duction. Factors are carefully watch ...
ing the situation so far as the next .....
crop is concerned and will doubtlessact f.i
as a unit if there is any apparent -.i

intimation on the part of any large

nurnt-er of producers to cut too much F ,, London Layer Raisins 31

tinker and threaten the industry with ,- ,
over production and low prices for na '
val store for another year. The high .
"J.. m
prices of rosins have helped to pull .-- ..
producers, in a measure, out of the

hole, but even as it is the factor per I Cranberries I Pound Dates
sists that there has been less money pkg

made this year than in some years

when turps and rosins were on a low .- ...
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er basis. ..
The fluctuations in rosins were also f o-- < ...

within a narrow margin this week, as

will be seen from the statement of I ', Mincemeat. in 30-11) buckets; also Packages.

daily closing prices. Probably every .
'; day' there were sales of the lower : I: .
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grades made at two or three prices on *? .....
each grade, brought about by different '.',-'" -e
buyers paying higher for some and 4'< '". .., 1 ...
s.-- -' '. ti E"i ;- -M'j-" Mn 't.:'; DG ...
lower for other grades. Waterwhite -- f ': ., .
one day got down to $6.35. but immediately I------ ."..,, 's;r ". '. -, .."
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after returned to There I -- ;' 7""
$7.00. ...
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f were somewhat larger receipts of := 1: : '
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this grade, 409 barrels being posted ------- '. : ",' .,. .' "';. .,'> ... .. ;,.. '' --
; sold, some held back stuff that has i i --

just. been Windowglas3, turned .loose was by the quoted, producers. at I::. > .. TO ARRIVE IN A DAY OR' SO # --

$6.15 and $6.25 throughout the week. I tfj -4
Medium grades showed but little inclination .
to change, the quotation of '-- ,

M 5 cents remaining to the the close same of, K the advancing week. I d One Thousand Bushels Red lust Proof Seed Oats '

advancing from $4.40 to $450 and then I ,
falling back to $!,30. The lower 34.

grades were the ones in which buy- :c1? ..
ers displayed the most interest and I
which brought a variety of prices everyday I -

the net result of the week's I I Also Car Purina Chicken Scratch
trading being in comparison with the ; Feed
closing prices of the previous Fri ':'
day, a partial advance of five cents "'"- :"" -
on H and F, and advances of 5 cents I :.. ;.'>" --.P...
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on E and below. There is no cornplaint I er. --- ...;.;..;" .. OOOIIIIIIP'n
expressed over the prices that < -,', = E'-rn EP.: ....."
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are being paid for rosins, of any
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garde all quotations doubtless being : .
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would govern. Considering that this I --- ..... -___
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month and the next two make the I --

Y' period of heaviest receipts for commons ::: We Always Carry Full and -4
it Is evident that the low a Complete line oft
grades have done remarkably well so I "
far disappointing the expectations of I_ "' .
f -
consumers who had looked for lower ==- ;;.', .
values before this. For twelve weeks -: ,
ahead of heavy arrivals of'these dark I .
grades and on the results of those

weeks depend in a large degree the ,
'11i : rOCerleS
t :financial results of the season for the

producers. One factor who has studied I t "

s the situation says their profitsare i 'H", 01 (
to be made from now on, and that "':
hence there will be the closest kind
of scrutiny of the common rosin '
market from now on and much anxietyas I i';: .
to what it will do. Over ninety I and Candies1 i '
per cent of the remainder of the seaI I
son's receipts will be H and below.I I
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: Back and side combs, "all new'' >- :.
The Jeweler. ., '
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Gentlemen I Send us your order. Prompt Delivery
Ocala -
-p- Will Erect One- ,
= Machinery Ordered.A ......-

long felt want is to be filled in ---

St Petersburg as an up-to-date steam l .
landry will be ___
soon located here. JW .L "" 3r -L ":1I "
)Ir. S. R. Pyles, an uncle of Mrs. J, ..... -.t.- 'Ii ..... .
S, \orton, has purchsed three lots 1
at the corner of Third street and First

a\ n.tet of J, C. Blocker, and will locate A. BON
the building there. & BRO
Tl>c machinery has been ordered .
f Out Atlanta and will be here by the 4
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time the 1'IIl'0"0'
building.is erected and ready --- fir. E
for it. The laundry will be equippedin -- .....
t( .r IK .
a thoroughly modern manner and : -
will be one of the best in south ..Flor4 4
ida<-St, Petersburg Times. 4 't
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.- Alligator bags and pocket books .

:j. i..> t for) l..ladle,"all new/' Welh .' The Jew. :? ,..," ,.,',...,.,.,.,',al.,..t".l." ....
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AND JURY PRESENTMENT. -rices In furnishing .
cars and mov-

JtW" frttry!l Yet I Disuse-Dignified Breeder-Oth-DocumentJail farmer Product frg freight; finds the or lumber not no cars as it to chooses.move The his I Akc.IVERFURNITURE a r 'AGKflY

man ties investment I
Things Noted With Vigilance. up -
,..If, in skidded lumber with no I

fe like Circuit Court Marion County, "nptieg to move the manufactured ar- DEALERS
title; the
I *|W Term 190C turpentine operator and -
I II tie' the grand Jurors for the fall manufacturer the wholesale r,A WE CARRY EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF
Daring completed our labors beg grocer and dry goods merchant, the .

k k tit" to submit this our general pre- large the and small shipper are met with House Furnishings Parlor Suits 4 a
same answer, "
I itmcat "no cars. "Can't 'itf k kI Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered and Reed
have at this term of the move It: This is no new condition of I 'i
; We court ,
i i.rd confronted rith an unu'scallyItrP affairs, but has now reached a climax : Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits
that calls for
nunU": of cues referred to an emphatic protest from In Mahogony Birch Birdseye of all kinds-Mohogany and Oak.China .
, for investigation the people inflicted With so disrepu- : -
I II till jury ; to these Maple and Oak. -
I table: an imitation of a rallroed. and Crockery
fftt added quite a number reported ,
w ts, not having been previouslybeard I01.r We do not speak of its despoiling i Mission FurnitureIn Complete line-Dinner Sets and -
by a committing magistrate. people of their hard earned livelihood all the different finishes Odd Pieces

to all of these cases we have enjetrored by outrageous freight rates
to at the true fact3 and of its criminal rapacity, in plun-
get and
where we deem them sufficient! upon tleiins our citizens by compelling thepayment 604 All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portiers _
of interest on millions of 11 ,, i r -? and Upholstering Goods
\kh to base an indictment we have watered I .
1 stock; but in this indictment IIc l
tad one. regardless of parties Im-
before the Heaters, Ranges Cook Stoves -
1j people of this lawless ,
corporation "
j plicated. On the other hand, in some,
tjfttnces, while we have been moriBj we stop when we have spoken Full Line of Up-td-date Pictures, framed and unframed, and Picture Y

I certain that a crime has been of its miserable faciiltes. We would Mouldings. Full stock of

I committal the evidence, yet was as we sufficient do not to be-Here con- could that our take powers some steps were to full better and the we c Farm and Turpentine Wagons/ Buggies, Harness and Saddles .

I conditions by either changing the : _
Tick we refused to return a bill Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth-the Studebaker.And .
j Particularly in this line is a case management. 0: storing the opera- carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriages.Building '
t' entirely. I
ported against Charles Weaver, a fn conclusior. v.ish ,w Lri 1 TER iJ'tII11J111 V
deputy sheriff charged with beating we to extend our Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster,

I prisoner In the city Jail, every effort thanks clerk and to the sheriff ju.ge.for state their attorney uniform ; ty flw Bare" Hair, Lath, Shingles, oqdOils -

tAl been made to find and bring be- : Flintkote
courtesy. Roofing,
far us the prisoner so beaten but up Mntprinl. I ;I -
to the boar of our: adjournment no White Lead, Varnishes, Etc.
trace of him has been found. We be- H. LAPHAM.Foreman.H. We have the largest selection Wall Paper. Alabastine and Magnite Wall Paints.

Bert that these attacks upon prisons I call and give us a trial. >89 ?We will not be undersold and will please youPaints
of Edison Records and Phonographs
should cease and therefore recoesrcad -
that the next grand Jury take Mclver & Mackay. s -,
in the
select from.
AU matter up and fully investigate city
J. R. HOGAX, ---

ft.W. hare sited all of the county S.B. F.S. ROU KIBBLER, I:..............--....---.. '

oiee* and find them in their usual
pad condition. We were prepared at I W. R. CALDWELL, A. E. BURNETT

&U time to make some concessions J, S. BECK, t Values i
to the officer! on account of the. B. S. QUARTERMAN, i Bins s in Stills I

II1Ptd quarters in which they are W. P. HAMMOND, I JEWELER,
lOW located. But find that although
W. H. PEGRAM, Merchants' Block. Ocala, Florida.
t Q
WorIDc under these disadvantages .
1 .....
ik Incumbents of the various offices -
lift kept them up to the usual J. W. PERKINS, NEW ARRIVALS I
strs lard. J. F. BURTON, --.._.- r-.. _" .. -0.' t

We find the county Jail in a filthy UNCLAIMED LETTERS.-
.4 unsanitary condition. The white I BROWN'S SHOES: :

ass colored prisoners being housed Males. If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent; I ?

to|ther In the same cells. The Armstrong, Harry or if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing, For the Feet.

fbUIn; of tie prisoners seem to be ::!. Drown, Sam. turpentining or lumber purposes,
Dire with vermin. We recommend 3. Cale, W. R. I S y

that the Jail and cells be given a thor 1. Chapple, Preotion. Write to :
: I
cert tlra.tinp. and that some provision 5. City, Southern. WARM UNDERWEAR : :
be nude for confining the white C. Eiber, Barney. BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO. '

tai C<'I ..ri) prisoners In separate 7. Frazier, Rafas. For the Body. jg

It-eat 9.S. Hardee Harris,, Henry B. C: FLORIDA.; : At Prices that will not Pinch the Pocket I ,

'- POOH FARM. 10. Herring: Joe, H. 3MEII'S

We Sm' the poor farm In first class 11. Hacklen Ernest. -. A". '. ,fi:5t: .... _.-Z:;"-"..--:,,.: :.:.:'-.."' I"". ", :JI, > r,\ *:. a ; Q .
"' -- p-- \
u dltion. The buildings in shape, 1: Hutson, John. -
titan and neatly kept. The live 13. Johnson, T. S. tEt .. SOIlS
lux* well cared for, and the inmates I 14. Marsh, W. M. {_

M happy and contented as their unfortunate I 15. VcLead, Ed. I Gold Storage

nmdiilon will permit. : 1C. Miller, Thomas. : At Cut Prices I
f --- I 17. Murrell, W. L.
i We ha e fully!! InYwtlsated the set 18. Sanders Chastine. : .
I of Meats
tlt11+.t uade by county coinsiissionMr 19. Tillis, B. W.
tlth Klutho, for plans of a* proposed :-.). Wolf, B. i
court houie and find that the 1. Brown, Sol from D. L. 0. I' I

commissioners acted for the best In- .Females.: K We beg to annuounce to_ the I THE FAIR ;

I temt of the county In the premises., 1. Brown, Ella. ,
2. Coleman, :Mrs. public that we are ready to "r .

We recommend that hereafter the 3. Fossett, Sum erline. A. L. WEBB, Prop.

county commissioners publish in theeouttjr 4: Grayham, :\Irs.' Josie. cure Meats We GUA AN- & I z

a full report of all then 5. Gallis Ida. s
proceedings. 6. Hyrds, Emmer. .-. -
t 7. Jenkins, Lover.
We find that Inspectors of marks 8. Jones, Susie. solicit your patronage..:'$",, ,",, f =
te4 brands are In the habit of merely .9. Leggett, Arizilla W. A. KNIGHT. L. E. LANU.

ttkific the word of the butcher as to 10. Lyons, Carrie,

arks and brands of cattle butcher 11. McCall, Mattie. OCflLfl ICE 8 ANNOUNCEMENT.
H and do not give themselves the 12. Mickle, Blanche.

troifU of making a personal inspection 14. Thomas, Mrs. Lula. FUEL CO.

of the hides. We recommend 15. Williams. Emmerline. We have just purchased the Wa gon and Harness business of Messrs.

tint in the future they make Inspec- 16. Watkins, Cora. wi S. A. Standley & Company, and propose to add to the stock of goods every -, "f
Ueo u required by law and that upon 17. Winton, Melie., thing that is needful to make it aCOMPLETB LINE in every sense of
ttitor to do to that they be remov- 1. Scott, Mattie, from D. L. 0. the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the market
It from office. G. C. CROM P. M. ; also several makes of Busies. Besides these we handle a great variety 3 -
of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee. .
Under our oath as grand irors. web The Presbyterians Call a Preacher.

not feel that we will have recall fully The pulpit of the Presbyterian i : WANT IG CLOPS( THEN USE net FERTILIZE!? I I It High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages,
& duty unless we vacant Unexcelled Wagons Harness
charged our church of this city has been ,
four Honor's attention to what seemsto since October the first when Dr. W. OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU Lap Robes, Etc., Etc.
u a menace to the business interest C. Lindsay left for Kentucky to ac
and a danter ."FLORIDA VEGETABLES'complete "IRISH POTATOE "-Book on t .
of beloved county of the
our the presidency of one Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.
to the lives of our citizens, and cept Presbyterian colleges. < manual on Florida crops. "Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultivation -.

hi these presentments add a vigorOtts Since his departure the officers have Effect of Fertilizers, Digging We are Always in Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate! Competition.
against the manner in with several "FLORIDA ORANGES"-Book of and Shipping."
which protest the Atlantic Coast Line rail- it.iffierent l-een In correspondence ministers. < ; special interest to orange grow- "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING"J We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine

within the of ers. special interest to pineapple and Farm \Vagon.
ay company U operating They have called Rev. }Ir. Dodge i
tenant of Marion county. Wo are Bainbridge, Ga., as a supply for the growers. *
conditions here are J J "FLORIDA STR. WBERRIES"- "IDEAL FERTILIZERS"-Book?
Wormed that the Mr. Dodge is expectedIn
coming year.
lOt Worse than in other counties. of Ocala some tiire the coming week Booklet on "Soil, Varieties, Cul all of our different brands, analyses -| Knight & Lang

IVrida through which this company and will probably fill the pulpit next I. tivation and Fertilization." prices, etc. ,

has tralas. It I. didcult for us to Funday.Mr New and revised edition of the above just published free for asking. | ( sorsto .n r.3.J"tJfV +'d: C<) i tSacce.

kd words that adequately express for years the .. ,-- -
Dodge was many .,. -- -
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:the true condition of the passenger$1Iu1 !'after of the Presbyterian church inJacksonville i FERILTIZER I COMPMY i .
transportation facilities of this'corporation. and was very popular $ F C smith.Funeral i -rw

1 Kith Us congregation in that city.I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : Directors and Licensed EmbalmersWe

Their Insolent! disregard of human un'tots For the past few years he has..made .:.......4..0............. ..........................>
.!*. the absolute
U evidenced by for the traf- his home at Bainbridge. _.... -._ are equipped to do the very best work and use
of the roadbed of being a
He has the
:10 it attempts to handle by the elseWttte and pastor and will no only the latest and best methods.

!_ toache discarded. which engines It thrusts and upon passen9r Ina8tf the-- .fine city.doubt preacher be very much liked in this SOUTHFLOHID LON l ana Wt CDOF Telegraph Orders I Deceive Immediate Attegtlou.

,Pea I>le of our state and by
schedule time OCALA FURNITURE r raapel
to run trains on CO. "
rust ('oHrJmOi
", AK nl Its own employees Its ILGJlHU ARCADIA, FLA.
:** engines are a matter of derision. and undertaking parlors corn ( North Main Street and Ocklawa

travelling public finds every \V a Avenue. _

from two to ten hours of late reaching, and D CAPITAL STOCK;' $1,000,000.00. Day Phone No. 10. Nfcbt P* ne Cat and 197.

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destination before the sertptutime MMYH0M CURE E I Saw Mills, Engines and Boilers
esat ro* sraw'
of life has run. Their SALT-SICK ncrlr cCff AU WITH DIRECTORS OF THE STRONGEST, ABLEST AND MOST CON- r? rJ Potable Outfits a Specialty
noWni the lives of their M CAn"'IMNIlf1es! SERVATIVE FINANCIERS IN SOUTH FLORIDA. -7
I. In our MiWV. YTARS TO er IMC BEST MfOICINI 01'11& Home Builders layments, and to investors of both
JetS and patrons MAanrrFOR DlSrASr STOCK Of MLONOSKIsARCSAP1ITRLMOIIEUTAMDKAAnr Offers to long time t Write for CatalogSold on Easy '
at truly criminal II b boaxocldeUdlvldual ISkOT FOOD eciagmreSTocK: :; 4YJ\TAOAT1ttNNANY sea large and small means an unequaled opportunity for a safe, sound, and
tk CUll; tJVI iT A TRIAL AKO SAVI YOUII AINNALS.Rttt profitable investment that will yield an unusual rate of interest. t
It latoleraWe In Its t'.AHUfAtltlRtD OV
lines, and 1 1 of Jacksonville, Fla.
'I ales the SmVARTAm
H beta BO competltloa gtvs.Jwy 1 A & .W. H.vOORE.. 3pfce::_ ,Agent OCALA

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Ocala Is everywhere recognized as The editor of today has got to get CLERGY ORDERED TO 008:]

one of the most thrifty, enterprisingand his nose to the grind stone and keepit LEAVE.

beautiful cities in the interior of there sixteen hours per day and zzz PRESEN'l'S !' S8J

Florida. It is the capital city of the 365 days in the year, or he falls by Vatican Stands Ready to Abandon 0.0.0. X-MAS I BJ

of the stat-th* ottn- Situation Gravein 552
banner county the wayside.! There are men who Public Worship- .

; ty that captures all the, biff prizes at quit work Saturday night and rest the Republic. 000 oouIDUJUJ
the agricultural fairs-having to k r

s credit the banner prize at thr number. auc- until aside Monday business cares morning.at five They or lay six Paris, Dec. 11. Trouble which has For the next two weeks the Ocala Furniture Coma z I !

cesslve state fairs and a large been threatening for several days as :a:a:

; of individual prizes. o'clock every evening and do not a result of the differences existing between 3DDhhh will sell the following named articles I at a reasonably ino:
The lands surrounding Ocala are tae resume them until seven or eight next pany
following ZZZ
the church and the state, e
most elevated and fertile in tki state. morning. I trade of these will
IEEE3DD: X-mas
the great ridge the pope's recent order to the low price for the Any pieces
Ocala is located on >'OT so your editor. He has no elegant -
rain fall, part of which I Catholic clergy, seems about to *
separating leisure. He'knows no hours, lililimake handsome
and the government is presents: ictctct
flows into the Atlantic ocean on the break forth,
no Sunday, no night. When he goesto '
one side and part into the Gulf of I making every preparation to meet the ZQQQ
' : a party, or to church or on an alleged JJI >)
Mexico on the other. I issue as best it can. _. zzz
pleasure trip, it is in the line ___ -r
Marvelous Silver Springs more i The first arrest so far is that of 000 -- fit<:
beautiful than the Blue Grotto of of duty. Withal, ,your editor man is 000
Consignor :Montagnini, the secretaryof
Italy, and famous in local song and a 'cheerful, long suffering soul going >>> I 000
miles distant. "" the papal nunciature in Paris. He ooorpp I
story-is only five about doing good in his own humble I zzz >)>
Blue Springs, little less wonderful was taken into custody on an order <
and lovely is only eighteen miles diStant way. He returns good for evil. He C.0.0. MISSION CHAIRS AND ROCKERS t
from France.He
westward and Lake Weir. calling for his expulsion ,
to writes long puffs of church sociables,
more charming than Lake Como, is is now being taken to the fron- 000 .
i just eighteen miles to the southward. and in return therefore accepts oooIL'LJUJ .,."
tier. I ccc
Ocala is wonderfully located-Its chunks of cake that would sink an
meaning In the Indian tongue is "fat," Soon after the arrest the police in I 335;:
Ironclad. He notes the arrival of all 221CCC
and signifies the "land of plenty. CUlL ber went to the secretary's home cerehrh
The finest stock farms in the state the babies in his neighborhood and SideboardsSectional'i Bookcases Buffets .
are near Ocala, ana the most progressive r& searched the house from cellar, to !'
his soul
eternally perjures by telling
with 33200ft
and up to date farmers garret. ZZZ f :ru
have located their how pretty they are. EEELi. "'III. :'
unerring judgment ..
been notified that ;
The clergy have
farms near here. He rejoices with the gay and moruns ODD Tables Hall !
Here the farmer lives at home, his they must vacate their residences at .Li.Li. Center Racks( IDi
smoke house and his corn crib, his with those who are sad. He booms ooo
is set the time limit
once. Friday as -
potato banks and his dairy, bulge with community rich and goes about him- 333D
are ran for their leaving. < in his barnyard
plenty self clothed in sack coat and .J.J.J >f
ducks, chickens II
peacocks, turkeys, geese This order following a meeting of ctctct ;U
and guineas. one suspender. He glories over the 000ooo 221
} and coming the cabinet. Premier Clemenceau, it <<<
Speaking specifically fortune of his neighbor, and meekly I RUGS all sizes IRON BEDS 1
down to a plain statement of facts, we :is announced will on the 14th of the ,
f mention that: eats his own repast of boiled corn cob }}} i 000,
Ocala Has- month, ask parliament to suppress the zzz 00ft SemiDlf
and colored labels off tomato cans. II >))
pensions to the clergy, to liquidate
Golf linksOne aaa rrrccc
He can write a sermon, an account of I
florist i the public property of Catholics and 555OOO >)) DIftkeI
Two dairies. a prize fight, a political speech, an
Five saloons obituary notice, poetry split wood, i to distribute the presbyteries and oooLJLJUI Bedroom Suits Parlor Suits c"
One garache. I seminaries. VIi
! pitch hay, wash dishes, preside at a
One foundry I Cardinal Richard, the archibishop 332:: late
Three banks. camp meeting, curry horses, quote
Seven hotels .of Paris, has been ordered to abandon tree ill Tilt1Ik
China Closets Ladies' !
Water works, law or gospel, or anything else on themoment's I DDD Desks{ Desk C oirs.
i his residence tomorraw.STRAWBERRIES F.F.F- CCC \fll!
One hospital. notice-Volusia Times. 1
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Ten churches I !
One architect From Mr. Ballard. I IN WINTER. EEEDDD tan
One gunsmith,
Two tin shops, 'Twould be ingratitude on my part I Special to the Ocala Banner. Li. LL OOft Tilt

I One seed store were I not to exppress my thankfulness : ODD DRESSERS and WASHSTANDS 000OOO .DVbk
One synagogue New York Dec., 12.-A firm of .
One plant. to the men who yesterday took .J.J.J 8BliZZZi
gas fruit merchants have entered into an
Three bakeries, occasion to honor me with their volunteer <<< ))> 'Ilk&ft
One shoe store, agreement with a Tennessee fruitererfor
Six restaurants ballots as the matter was altogether a large supply of strawberries 000. <. .<.<

Twenty lawyers unsolicited on my part. I 1ik
during the winter months. Mr. S. >>> 000

Board Six drug of stores Trade. have been voting twenty years and E. Jeter, of Greenfield, Tenn., has ZZZ ona> 101.Dk

Four contractors have neverhad my name on a ticketto Come in and let show these fi
Two cigar stores be voted for before and this came guaranteed the supply but the priceis us you goods. They > JAr

Four One variety shoe shops store., as a surprise. seen so on prohibitive no tables that but they those will of the be oooLI are all Good Values and High Grade Goods Wishing .nit ..

One music house. Some friends came to me an hour Tilt

Eleven Two paint physicians shops -.-. after I had qualified as one of the Four Hundred. till) you a Merry X-mas and a Happy New Year. 333zzz ccc. .

Two ice factories. from ward two and insisted cccccDDD:
mills. inspectors AMERICAN BASE BALL LEAGUE j, ai4
Two planing that I decline to act as inspector MEETING. cce
One house. I
Two dental rooms and allow my name to be used as a l 332 -
Five barber shops. ; candidate for councilman from my I Special to the Ocala Banner. EccEDDD SMITH & ROBERTS tAAA !
Three art schools,
Three wood yards, ward. Chicago, Ill., Dec. 12.-The annual tLlLlL 005 I, ALBr

One public library This I refused to do, telling my meeting'of the American Base Ball 06S

Two One marble bicycle works.shops, friends that my name could be usedif League will be held in the Auditorium JJJ OCALA FURNITURE CO. ::: 1

Two lumber yards, they so decided but that I wishednot Annex tonight. President Corn- QQQ 1I

Two racket stores. sky, of the new world champions, OOOooo ZZZ
Three silversmiths to appear as an aspirant to the < I Cs
: Two public schools. office and therefore should not refuseto and Ben Johnson have charge of the OCALA FURINTURE COMPANY. OCALA FURINTURE COMPANY. OCALA FURINTURE COMPA'ff.

One barrel factory, A large audienceis FURINTURE COMPANY. OCALA FURINTURE COMPANY
act as inspector and charged them arrangements. very OCALA OCALA FURINTURE COMPANY I _
expected. year's FURINTURE
F One bottling works. not to give me more than a compli- COMPANY

Two pressing clubs mentary vote, and expected no more games; will be discussed.FASHIONABLE "
Two haberdasheries,
One dancing school. than a dozen votes. I therefore thank 1

'' 4 Fifteen fruit stores, these gentlemen for the complimentary MILITARY WED THE VARIETY STORE THE VARIETY STORE THE VARIETY 5TORE
Two abstiact offices, vote given me-a full third .of THE VARIETY STORE THE VARIETY STORE THE VARIETY 9TORa STORE I

Three wagon works. "'\ the vote cast. Special to the Ocala Banner. i i Ii

A Two military machine company shops, "' I think that usually there is a want Washington, D. C., Dec. 12.-In St. WWW i i

One Catholic church of interest in the municipal election, Johns church here today the marriagetook I ..

Three Two public jewelry libraries.stores '. and, deeming it quite proper and .appropriate place of Miss Marie Barnes and ooo Hr-H C H R ISTM .AS 'R1

Two steam laundries that the best men should Lieutenant Mark Brock, U. S. A. The

Three music schools offer for office, I refused to aspireto wedding was a military affair, upwards W03C3 .
'f Ten dry goods stores <
_One Chinese laundr>, i j office myself. of eighty officers being pres- NEARLY HERE And
Two Twelvb daily newspapers stores,, Trusting that all voters concernedare ent. Lieutenant Brooks though stationed -.:>PI>-> Is it is not good policy to wait i|

Four hardware grocery stores, now and will continue to be satisfied at Washington Barracks, is on S22 until its actual arrival before laying in ?

Five Baptist churches. with the election results of yesterday temporary duty in Cuba. your supply of ;: s

One Christian church, let us look forward to {
Three furniture stores some Toys Tree Decorations Etc. You should call
Three millinery stores, local law being enacted that will CALVE WILL NOT RETIRE. early and

',Four J Three/paid phosphate railway fire department systems.offices,, force cement property sidewalks owners,at least to in the construct vicin- Sp< 'rl to the Ocala Banner. make your selections! before our stock is too badly broken :44

Genoa, Italy Dec. 12.Madame L1WW
Two cold storage plants. ity of the public square. Let's have a JO
Three benevolent blacksmith orders shops, little comfort for the pedestrains and Calve, who starirng in the opera and thus get what you want, instead of what others leave.
Eight "La Boheme" at the International KHh .
Four realestate agencies then build vetrified streets for the d4i1Y

One kindergarten school "hack horses." Decent sidewalks opera house here has definitely an- I 5 ";
Two Episcopal churches. nounced that she does not intend to 5 '
Two cigar manufactories first; good streets second. But first i a 1 .ah !! MEN'S AND sey', W.OTHSNSi
retire from the stage as some Amer-
Thirteen Sunday schools I
It and overshadowing all lets hope for
Two electric light plants, ican newspapers have announced.She .
Two photograph galleries, sewer improvement. This we can expect has wired to her manager in ALL KINDS OF TOILET CASES, I1s : SHOES FOR THE HVSEH+tB j jI
Three weekly newspapers, from the new board and one of ,
One Presbyterian church New York stating that she will tour ,s
Two chemical laboratories. the best mayors Ocala ever elected.In ALL KINDS OF ALBUMS LADIES' AND GENT'S 1
the states during the coming season., .52 I
Several lumber companies. some tangible manner _! hope to .::: .. 1I
Three Methodist churchesA be able to return the ALL KINDS OF TOY TRUNKS
complimentpaid I c o DRY GOODS IN t

Two electric establishments me. yesterday. mALL m 3,
Washerwomen b.Y the score Respectfully, Trenton, N. J., Dec. 12.-The KINDS OF TOY BANKS .::: iii LADIES' FURNISHING
Three fire insurance agencies. G8lfS
One crate and basket factory, LEE F. BALLARD. Knights of Columbus tonight enter- mg'C c/ .j

Two tailoring establishments.One tained Bishop James A. McFaul at a ALL KINDS OF TOY PIANOS s GENT'S FURNISHING
Elks Club reading room. .. ... diM
Four life insurance agencies, banquet. The f most prominent men -= It ,

Three Three plumbing livery and establishments feed stables. John White & Co. of every creed and class were present. ALL KINDS OF TOY FURNITURE 4 .2 TRUNKS. ETC ETC j-<
Governor Stokes, of New Jersey and
Numbers of naval stores offices, LOUISVILLE. KY. y > = j
t Three undertaking establishments, Governor Higgins, of Rhode Island, ? ALL KINDS OF TOY DRUMS w TALKING
Three job printing establishments, lairB spoke as to the great humanitarianwork 5 rS DOLLS A
Five dressmaking establishments, 5
One Epworth League reading room, FURS being done by the bishop. ALL KINDS OF MAGIC LANTERNS s, m SLEEPING DOLLSWALKING 1
Two wholesale grain and feed stores. =i ? '
and Hides. I .r- J .i
One colored domestic training There is floating around J
Wtol. _a rumor Jt STEAMBOATS 2 ao .5
ichool, CIt O
Two wholesale grocery establish- that Hon. Frank Adams will enter DOLLS J

ments, the race for the United States senate STEAM ENGINES ** i
markets.One city market and several private in spite of his denial-that his S : t J44NTE0 0USKK 1

Fair grounds and base ball dia- fiends will force him in. Well, if STEAM AUTOMOBILES 5 4 j

monds. should yield to the pressure, the > DOLLS i
The largest number of paved streets I
and side walks of any city in the interior Will others will have to get up early and MECHANICAL, TRAINS i
of the state. go to bed late.-Lake City Index. '"' 6 SQE GAtLS
Carpenters, masons, plasterers,pain- "
ters, printers, machinests and laboring We cannot give you the slightest idea here of what wg haff. Me ..... 1M1 ... _
men galore, With Dr. Crill Albert Gilchrist store will more than repay you. We guarantee everything MM
we k
Pay You !II >o. "' 1'b1r 11111
Ocala has two of the finest hotelsin Will Elils Albert Jennings and the Money Refunded. It is an established fact that what we have we Mil far till or o
the interior and her smaller ones *mr aur -
are well kept and tidy. Her business other "dark horses" tied on the out- tors; we can easily do it, the reason is, we sell for CASH ONLY-ONE PHMMI Ntlgetl
;v blocks are built of brick and stone hide of the gubernatorial track, > IIIII."Y...,
race thing (not relying on one line for a big profit, but make a ttute en all f
some are three stories in height.
You have any Real Estateto we may expect a rather exciting con t

Good Time to Pay, Up. I IF sell test for the perpetuiety or rejection of I .

If you owe any bills for last year's humbuggery and hypocracy in' the CCCCOOO REMEMBER

Christmas presents this is a good OR next campaign.-Jacksonville Flori- We have articles suitable for pres- Rj

time to pay them, as Christmas is ,irj You're thinking of coming dian. tOW o ents for old and young. We hold special sales
coming agaln.-Pens'acola News.
to Florida every
for home <
a Honest, undisguised extracts. Blue
until X-mas and '
Monday it will
Whalebone is now $15,000 a ton. Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely >>> pay you to attend them
Backbone is still cheap at 1000000. pure, go twice as far and the UIUJUirccc 4.4

Pensacola News. You desire to invest in "Blue Ribbon Flavor" is perfection.Ask .
IC any .1
|| kind of Florida property, for the 25 cent size. The '
Orlando isabout, to complete a railroad aaa Variety Store

to the east coast.. TO SEE Madam Hudson, the Jacksonville 4>>

OR WRITE; astrologer and clairvoyant, who skid-

A world's fair has been planned for dooed from that city last week, with biuuiXXX '

f San Francisco. $%3,000 in cash and diamonds belonging : : : CANDY AND .C0NDLES FREE FOU SUNDAY SCi(00L CHRISTMAS TREES.

': France is In a turmoil. J. H.lIVINGSTON &SONS to her trusted landlord, has not "I-I-

,to yet been located and perhaps never THE VARIETY STORE THE VARIETY '0--:
; ..To-day's ads are interesting reading OCALA. FLORIDA. will be. THE VARIETY STORE THE VARIETY STORE THE VARIITY ;
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UDA'3 NEXT LEGISLATORS Citrus-J. W. Knight Floral City. Yolusia-Wm. I r
ClaY-J. B. Long, Green Cove tona. I'' i NOTICE..
State Senate. Wakulla-S. P. Roddenberry, Sop- t FLORIDA FOR AN AMENDMENTOF In the Circuit Court of the Fifth

.[strict Thomas F. West. Milton Columbia, M. S. Knight, Lake City.H. choppy. i I Soec'ai' to the Ocala Banner. THE CHARTER OF THE Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for

pHtrict 2-John S. Beard. PensaJ3Istrict L. Avant, Fort White. Walton-J. H. Richburg, Laurel London, Dec. 12.-Wedding bells MARTEL LUMBER COMPANY. Marion County-In Chancery.
I Dade-John W. Watson. A. P. Monroe, Robert Monroe and N;
*.< Miami, Hill. pealed in the famous St. George Notice is hereby given that on the McDonald and D. J.

J } 3-John Neel, Westville. DeSoto-W. H. Hooker, Arcadia. Washington B. Lassiter Ver- church, Honover 7th day of January; 1907, at Tallahassee .. copartners doing business McEachern.under the as
Square, here this
Duval I. 1... Florida ,
a Farris application will be made
and S. H. Melt non.
; District 4-Theop. West, Marlanna. firm name of Munroe, McDonald do
2, ton, Jacksonville. I morning and socit'y folks from Park by the MARTEL LUMBER COMPANY .
'Co., complainants, v& M. A. Alexia-
District 5-A. J. Alford. Carrabelle. for an amendment to its char
i : District 6-James E. Broome, Quin. Escambia-R. Pope Reese, Pensa- The Religion of Japan. Lane and fashionable London turned ter, as follows: der, R. G. Alexander, defendants-Order

: cola; M. 0. Baggett, McDavid. Samasuka Mokinura, the well known out to witness the, marriage of Miss 1. That the third clause of the charter for Constructive Service.It .

9' Franklln-J. F. C. Griggs, Apalachicola. Japanese writer,in the course of a recent of the Martel Lumber Company is ordered that the defendants ,
District 7-Park M. Trammell Evelyn Gigelow and Mr. J.
F. A. Clark. be stricken out, and that in lieu thereof herein named, to-wit: ){. A. Aleian
C'i Uleland.: lecture after tracing the history of Though both parties are Americans the following be inserted as the der and R. G. Alexander be and they

01 1:1: District 8-John W. Henderson, Tallahassee. Gadsden-J. H. Willis, Quincy; W. Japan from the earliest times until ..ey are well known In London society third clause in said charter, to- are hereby required to appear to the
,.; L. Taylor, Branchville. the country embraced the religionof wit: bill of complaint in this cause on or

). \, Hamilton-John Bradshaw, Jennings Budha in the year 550, said it was and several officers of the "3. The ,amount of cpatial stock before
zJ I District 9-W. K., Jackson, Inverses Grenedier Guards, the Coldstreams, will be Two Hundred Thousand Dollars Monday, the 17th day of Dee. 1906.It .
I L. G. Register, Jasper. from this date until 1826 when
:< *. the Hussars and His Majesty's Life consiting of two thousand is further ordered that a copy of

I District 10-C. L. Leggett, Green. Hernando-C. S. Wilson, Brooks. Christianity seized the land, that extraordinary Guards were present in full dress uniform i shares of the par value of one hun this order be published once a week
g, rule. ville changes took place in the dred dolalrs each, and that the said for four consecutive weeks in the

: Hillsboro-W. W. K. Decker, Tam country. The introduction of Budha- capital stock of the said corporationshall Ocala Weekly Banner a newspaper
rlD District 11-James E. Crane, Tam- Miss Bigelow is an attractive and be paid in as follows: One hundred published in said county and state.
).1 pa; John R. Dudley, Plant City. ism destroyed the barbaric
practices .. This
ft. VDUtrict I &.. mplished young woman and was and twenty thousand dollars of second day of November.'1S0&
: 12-Al Winburn, Mallory. Holmes-D. J. Paul, Bonifay. that prevailed and placed the religious introduced to London society two the; stock will be paid in by a convey. (seal) 8. T. SISTRUNK
", Jackson-Ed. Williams, Graceville; life of Japan upon an ethical' ance to the corporation of mills, machinery Clerk Circuit Court Marion County.
:t District 13-F. M Hudson, Miami. years ago when she made a specialhit. Florida.
H. C. Neel, Basconi.Jefferson moral basis, the teaching of Budha mules, carts, lands, timber,
11Z' District H-F. P. Cone Lake City. timber rights, and other property By George Leitner, D. C.
- District 15-J. B. Crews, Lake But. -S. D. Clarke. Monticello; being the stepping stones from nature Mr. Clark is well known in the financial situated in Marion county, Florida, Hocker and Duval.Complainant's ,

j' ter. J. D. Thompson, Lloyds. worship to the purer conceptionof circles in New York and the: just valuation of which has been Solicitors 11-9

a Lafayette. G. Geiger, Mayo. the religion of Christ. fixed by the corporators at said sum
District 18-Thomas S. Davis Fer- Boston.To .
hundred and thousand NOTICE.
, Lake-S. P. Kirkland one twenty
wdJnL Altoona; S. With the opening of the ports of dollars." -

:') IDstrict 17-J. R. Newlan, Live Oak. F. Smith Leesburg. Japan came the contact with the Occident the Trustees of the Ocala Chris. 2. That the fifth section of said 1906 taxes are BOW due.

J District 18-H. H. Buckman, Jack. Lee-F. J. Wilson Buckingham. and Japan became eager to tian Church. charter be amended by striking out 1. Taxes are due and payable on
Leon-A. S. Wells and Gilbert adopt everything which belonged to Gentlemen- the words "second Wednesday in December the first Monday of November each

s I, isnville.District Hartsfield, Tallahassee. western civilization. The western We want to donate some L. & M. ," and substituting thereforthe year.
19-Lewis C. Massey, Or- words third Tuesday in March." 2. Personal and poll taxes must be
L fcado. Levy-J. N. Willis! Williston. home life, the western dress and the Paint to your church whenever they 3. That the sixth section of said paid at the same time that real estateis

District 20-D. Ii. Baker, Orange Liberty-Sidney D. Johnson, Bris western religion are assidiously ef paint. charter be amended by striking out I paid on, if the assessments are to
'tol. fected and reaction soon followed. In The largest Methodist church in therefrom the words and figures "fifty i the same party.
Berne. thousand $50,000.00 and substituting 3. If possible cone in
person t>
Madison R. H. Japan for the fifteen there Georgia expected to use 100 gallonsof
Rowe past
R. years
District 21-N. R. Carter, Levyville. ; therefor the words and figures, pay your taxes. Paying by mall or
District 22-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- 1... Milliner. Ellaville. has been an enormously wide acceptance the usual kind of paint, they used "one hundred thousand, $100,000.00." through other parties is frequently

ticello. Manatee-A. J. Pettigrew Braden- I of western ideas and the new only 32 gallons of 1... & M. mixed with 4. That the following clause be unsatisfactory. '

town. i Japan is being constructed not aloneon 24 gallons Linseed Oil. added as a part of said charter, to- 4. When you come to pay your taxes
District 23-1. N. Withers Lady wit: "This corporation shall, at its bring a description from your deedor
{ lake. Marion-E. L. Wartmann, Citra; the basis of western conceptionsof It costs less to paint a house with annual meeting to be held each year latest tax receipt, of what you wishto

District 21-W. Hunt Harris, Key Geo. G. Mathews, Ocala. moorals and religion but upon the L. & M. than with mixes other paint, be- hereafter, or as soon thereafter as it pay on.

.. I' West Munroe-C. L. Knowles and W. H. best ideas prevailing in both the Occident fresh cause from painter the barrel at Linseed 60 cents Oil may be practicable to do so, elect a 5. Don't wait till last few days of
i and the orient. I Board of Directors of the Company, time to pay then expect the best service
; The conclu
District 25-S. W. Clarke. Blountstown. Malone, Key West. gallon with L. & M. and doesn't pay each of whom shall be a stockholderof either by mail or In person. The
1 sion he said that not alone were the I $1.50 per gallon for Linseed Oil as
this and the said Boardof rush is then
Nassau-S. A. Ogilvie, Callahan, Company, on and delays are ana-
Japanese at present able to compete done if ready-for-use paint is used. Directors to be composed of not voidable. You must take your turnas
District 2C E. S.
") Grill, Palatka. Jas. E. Conklin, Fernandina. Also because the L. & M. Zinc hard-
commercially with country in the more than seven members and not it comes.
).! District 27-Jos. H. Humphreys., Orange-G. W. Crawford Conway, any ens the L. & M. White Lead and less than three." You must have your property
. world, but it was hoped, by his properly
countrymen makes the .
paint wear like iron.L. '
] i Bnldentown. B. C. Abernathy, Orlando. (seal) J. K. KELLEY, assessed if you wish to aroid
that in the future & M. paint costs only $1.20
very near per
i; 12-7-ot
-' District 2S-Frank W. Sams, Newterrna. Osceola-A. E. Donegan, Kissim- gallon. Secretary. trouble in payment of taxes. The collector -
Japan would besecond to none cannot alter the valuation
' mee. I oSld by Mclver & MacKay, Ocala
.9.9t amongst the nations. description of assessments found
)1 i District 29-E. E. Ccnova, Sander. Pasco-R. J. McCrutcheon, Dade Fla. 1 A STOCKHOLDERS OF THE MAR. the tax books.


:; District 30-Frank Adams, Jasper. Polk-W. J. Durrance, Fort Meade; The Warmth of the VicePresident.Mr. THE PURPOSE OF INCREASINGTHE 11.9-tf Tax Collector.
, D. J. CARROLLDEALER C. H. Hoffner, Orlando's com-
- Ustrict 31-Lewis W. Zim, St.And H. W. Snell, Winterhaven. CAPITAL STOCK OF THE
! utioe. missioner at the Tampa fair sent the SAID COMPANY. iUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SETTLE-
, Putnam-H. A. McKenzie and W.A.
rI' District 32-H. H. McCreary, Gaines- Russell, Palatka. IN- vice-president the prize box of grapefruit Notice is hereby- given, that a DISCHARGE.

1. rffle. Santa Rosa-J. H. Harvell, Bagdad; which elicited the following reply meeting of the stock holders of the Notice is hereby given that on the

. FRUITS : MARTEL LUMBER COMPANY will 27th day of December, A. D., 19O .
A. J. Peaden. Oak Grove.St.
! House of The Vice-President's Chamber. be held at its place of business at at the court house in Marion county,
Representatives. Johns-C. J. DuPont Matanzas
; &c. Washington, D. C-, Dec. 4, 1906. Martel, Florida, on the 7 day of January Florida the under signed as guardianfor
:i Alachua-T. A. Doke, Santa Fe; W. A. MacWilliams, St. Augustine.St. 1907, at one o'clock p. m. The the minors, Katie Mal McIntyre.
, My Dear Mr. Hoffner-We are justin object of the meeting being to authorize and Hellen McIntyre, win present my
Bid L. Carter Gainesville. Lucie-Claude F. Olmstead, Ft. Has moved to North Magnolia ,
receipt of the box of grepefruit and vote an increase of the accounts and vouchers to the lion.
. Biker -L. C. Cobb Olustee. Pierce. street, near the Seaboard Depot,
: Joseph Bell in and for
county judge
which you were kind enough to send.It capital stock of the said Company
Bradford-E. S. Matthews Starke; Sumter-W. C. G. Kilgore, Wild.j where he will be pleaSed to see from Twenty-Five Thousand Dollarsto Marion county, and make my final
is gratifying to know that it
r. Brevard-Wade H. Jones, Titus- wood. his old patrons; also solicits the very Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. settlement and apply for final discharge
trade of the general public. took the first premium.I as guardian of the said mInors
Tfile. Suwannee-W. R. Dorman, Live, (seal) J. K. KELLEY
thank you for your kindness and 12-7 5t Secretary, from the said court.
Calhoun-A. Max Wilson, Blounts- Oak; W. H. McClellan, Welborn.
I Dated June 19th, 1906.A. .
GIVE ME A TRIAL also:; for the very generous courtesy
I ton. Taylor-T. J. Faulkner, Perry. i NOTICE.Of McINTYRE.As .
__ ut.'nded when I visited the
I Oragne
n ---
" guardian of Katie Mat and Helea
county exhibit. Your fair was a McIntyre, Minors. 6-22-Cm

x great success and I congratulate you Application for Tax Deed Under

.Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of FOR
upon what you so splendidly accom NOTICE OF APPICATION

, FRYE plished. ,. Florida. LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S
CORN AND GIN MARYLAND CLUB Very truly yours, -
Notice is hereby given that J. T.
CHAS. W. FAIRBANKS, Notice is hereby given that on the
" At $1.50 per Gallon. No HOG A N 5 Per bottle $1.50; case of Mr. C. H. Hoffner, Commissioner Hall, purchaser of tax certificate No. third day of January, A. D., 1907, twill

Y extra charge for Jugs. twelve bottles for 15.00. Orlando, Fla. 136, dated July 1, 1901 and certificateNo. 'apply to Honorable Joseph Dell.

If 42, dated the 2nd day of June, A. county judge in and for :Marion county -

About A., 1902, has filed said certificate in state of Florida, at his office in J
' CAFEE ("ED'S PLACE.") WHEN IN TOWN Digestion.It Ocala, la' said county, for an order
is not the quantity of food taken my office and has made applicationfor authorizing me as guardian of the '

In connection with TO THE TRADE Call and see us and but the amount digested and assimilated tax deed to issue' in accordancewith minor heir of the estate of James M.

saloon where you we will try to treat that gives strength and vitality law. Said certificate embraces Benton deceased, to sell at private
: can find the best. you white. sale the following property belonging
.i I jto the system. Chamberlain's Stoni the following described property situated
I to said estate to-wit: All of block
" Our prices are figured on the very i i ach and Liver Tablets invigorate the in Marion county, Florida, to- hirty-four of Caldwell's Addition to

., Lowest Cash basis and under no circumstances i stomach and liver and enable them wit: 10 chains north and south by 8 the city of Ocala. Marlon county, state

I'to perform their functions. The re- chains east and west -in northwest of Florida except lots seven eight,
will C.
O. H.
SOUR MASH we ship goods OLD PRIVATE STOCK 'suit is a relish for your food increased corner of southeast quarter, section nine and ten of Benton's subdivision -
as the Express companies will only strength and weight, greater endurance jof said block thirty-four as per
, Full Quarts, 75 cents; Fall Quart 1.50; four and a clear head. Price 25 25, township 12, range 21, also all of the of said subdivision recorder
I plat
four full Quarts, $3.00; take whiskey at owners risk and open. quarts, delivered $6.00 I cents. Samples free. For sale by all the southwest quarter of southeast In the office of the clerk of the cir-

twelve quarts delivered The law will not allow them to ship $16.00.twelve quarts delivered I druggists. m quarter except southwest quarter of cult court of Marion county, FloridLSaid

for $9.00. whiskey C. O. D.Ve will accept Express I The Duval county school children .southwest quarter of northeast quarter the said land James belonging M. Benton to the deceased.to estate of.

I. Orders, Postoffice:: money orders received praise at the Tampa mid section 25, township 12 south, be sold for the best Interest of said

one and two cent stomps, and checks I winter fair i-hile the Marion county range 21 east. J minor heir. .

school children won prizes. Praise is The said land being assessed at the This 26! day of November 1906. j'
on parties we know are O..K.Ve buy LEWIS E6 MRS. CARIRE K. BENTON.
issuance of such certificate
date of the
haul VELVET all but prize is better.
right a
I Guardian.
for cash and sell for cash, thereby in the name of C. W. White and 11.3.5t(

|1.50 per quart; four giving our customers the benefit of 1.50 per quart; four unknown. Unless' said certificate -
Prevent Headache. parties
quarts. $8.00; case of quarts, $6.00; case of NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.
twelve for $13.00 bad accounts. twelve quarts $14.00. Force them? No-aids them. Ra shall be redeemed accordingto -
quarts mon's treatment of Liver Pills and law, tax deed will issuse thereonon Under and by virtue of a certain final

Tonic Pellets strengthens the liver the 26th day of December, A. D., decree in chancery made and enteredon
I and digestive so that they do
HOGAN'S SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFER organs 1906. the 3rd day of November, 1906. by
their own work and fortifies your the Hon. W. S. Bullock judge of the 1
constitution against future troubles. Witness, my official signature and circuit court of the fifth Judicial cir

Entire treatment 25 cents at Tyd- seal this the 22nd day of November cuit of Florida sitting in chancery ,

FULL FOR $5.00One ings & Co. :3 A. D., 1906. for Marion county, in a certain cause

SIX QUARTS Gold, silver and gold filled crosses, (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK. therein pending wherein Ella Lloydwas
i complainant and Henry L. Lloyd
"all new." Weihe, The Jeweler. x Clerk Circuit Court, Marion
Quart Maryland Rye, One Quart North Carolina Corn, FlonJa. 11.23 I was defendant, the undersigned special for-
will offer
I master in chancery
One Quart Apple Brandy, One Quart Holland Gin,
One Quart New England Rum, One Quart Sherry. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF sale and will sell to the highest and 6
The Publisher'sustaina best bidder for cash, before the court '
This is something that will Tickle You as it passes down, and you will CHARGE. house door in:Marion county, Florida.
on the 7th day of January, nor,
with us that its good. These goods are taken from our regular between the legal hours of sale,said day
accree Claims Notice is hereby given that on the
stock and after buying if you don't think its worth $5.00 for Six Qurts, 8th day of May, A. D.. 1907, being the first Monday in said month
his and a legal sale day, the following described -
the undersigned present
return it to us and we will gladly refund your money.A UNITED STATES COURT OF CUUMS final'accounts and vouchers to Joseph lands lying and being In Marion -

AND CORK SCREW FREE WITH EVERY'FIVE DOLLAR ORDER. The Publishers! of Webster' loUnuttioiul Bell. county judge Marion county, couny, to-wlt:
GLASS Dictionary allege that it"is in acttbe popu 'orida at his office at Ocala and Beginning at a point 75 feet southof
lar Unabridged thoroughly re-editedinevel'1 l I' ake final set eTont and aonlv for the northwest corner of lot 2 of
OFFERS detail.and vastly enriched in every part,with I final discharge as administrator of I lb'x&' 25, 0. S. Ocala, runringthence
FEW HOLIDAY KENTUCKY EW the purjx.ee of adapting it to meet the larger I. '
WEDDING BELL and severer requirements of another genera (estate. of J. Porter Smith, deceased. I I II south 37 feet, thence east 60,feet.

Full $1.25: four RYE .AND BOURBON At $1.25 per quart; four tion.We"are of the opinion that this allegationmost I, '--em'-er. :2, 190C. north 37 feet thence west CO feet to
quart quarts $4.75; case of 12 ciearl accurately describes the T. N. SMITH I(the point of beginning the said 37
quart, $5.00; twelve Leesbnn Rye' Quart 50 cents Half Gallon quarts for $12.00. work that bas been accomplished/ and the ... Administrator of the Estate of J. feet north and south by CO feet east
qUIrt.-> for $15.00.mi $1.00; Gallon $1.50. result that has been reached. The Dictionary Pnrtpr Smith Drceased. 11. -CmU end west is in the southwest corner ,"
75 cents Half Gal- as it now Btauds, hrs been thoroughly re-
Old Fashion Rye Quart ; edited in every:detail has been corrected in of lot 2 of block 25 Old Surrey, Ocala.H.
Ion $1.50; Gallon $3.00.lloganti' every part and is admirably adapted to meet TiC:. M. HAMPTON,
XXXX Eye, Quart $1.00; Half -- the larger and severer requirements of a I -
12-7 Special Master in Chancery
which demands more of popular
1' JONES Gallon $2.00; Gallon $4.00. WELLERS 4X CABINET generation philological knowledge than: any generationthat 'I The annual meeting of the stockholders -
the world hasever coat1 ned. of the Marion Hardware Co., NOTICE.
CORN WHISKEY It is perhaps needless to add that we refer office in Ocala
12 Ten years old i will be held at their
At 11.:S per quart; to the dictionary in our Judicial work as of -
quarts for $13.50. North Carolina, Quart 50 cents; Half Gal$2.00 per quait. the highest authority in accuracy of definition ( Florida, on the second Tuesday of Notice is hereby given that the

Ion $1.00; Gallon $1.75. _? will be: and the that source in of the constant future as reference.in the past it :January 1901, the same being McGehee Lumber Co.. a corporationunder

Stone Mounfain, Quart $1.00; Half Gallon CHARLES aKOTT.Chief Juatk*. January 8, 1907 the laws of Florida will apply -
M cVEHGUDES $2.00; Gallon $4.00. MAil ( RDERS LAWBEXCEmDOJT, for the purpose of electing officers to the Hon. Napoleon B. Brow-
JOHN DAMS.BTASTOV : and attending to such other business ard, governor of the state of Florida
WINES AND SWEET GOODS Will have prompt attention .
Miy be drained bat cu lit I'q: IX 1IUW : as may come before the meeting.E. on the
Ilo;an's creek never Blackbery Quart 50 cents; Gallon $1.50. and will be Jam P. THAGARD, 10th day of December, A. D., 1305.
will be. Tom Gin, $1.75 to $4.00 per Gallon. filled same day.mmm The above refers to WEBSTER'S 12-14 Secretary.For for the following amendment for Article

Sherry, 50, 60 and 75 cents per quart; $1.50. INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY -- : VI of the charter of said corporation -
$2.00 and $3.00 per Gallon. Port, same price. a Two Cent Stamp. which amendment bat been

California Wine, 5.00 per case. I THE GRAND PRIZE A common process has been discovered I' adopted by said corporation as re

GIN ;, (the blsrhest award)was given to the Interns to possess healing pro erth net quired by law. -

ILttSX & WHITE SCOTCH j For complaint of 'I tional at the World's Fair,St.Lour loicrfrn nretofore, but surpassing toy j 1: Proposed amendment.

tents, no Introduction, G D H 0 G A N 9 the quart.kidneys, SUO per ., : GET THE LATEST AND BESTI ,. other a two drus.cent stamp.Ths discoverer. tell :anyone'will what for I I' The highest ARTICLE amount of indebtedness.

'or which the '
it.M liability to eoryurat'ou
per quart. Fou trill be(ntereeted in our it is. Address X, Pt..upl. FJa. x
I tpecimen page,sent free. I ;can at any time subject itsr'f shall
JUGSOcala Florida SENH- 1 ;be- ::lhtUlt1rcd thonwait <'. )'i:-rMcGEHEE -.
NO NURSES FOR NO Goons 0 D. !1G.&C.MERRIAMCO.., Brooches, with diamonds pearl,'; LUMBER ('0.
The finest In tie cite, "all new."
1 PUBLISHERS,, ecTIo1WRr ets. By C. J. 3ferhh.
!!1'i1. ; i'\'..'.'., :w'-\.... ':: -=-- f SPRINGFIELD MAss. Weihe, The Jeweler. x ;' 1l.9-t President.r .
t I IA Im Ir


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CHURCHES SEIZED. stands beside her mother fair

The twentieth annual session of the Postal Company Abolishes Privileges and sweet- toO

Florida' Educational Asosclatlon will Except in Special Cases. Special to the Ocala Banner: The debutante, with hand outstretched

.be held in St. Augustine December | Paris, Dec. .-The new law providing to greet tOt Nursing baby?

27th to 30th inclusive and the event Special to the Ocala Banner: for the separation of church Her mother's friends; they smile upon

promises to bring together the larg- New York, Dec. 11.-The narrowing; and state came into effect today and her some bend low : It's a heavy strain on mother.

est number of educators in the his limits of the free pass field were never in the history of the country To murmur compliments; her fair +

tory of the state. further curtailed yesterday by a decision since the great revolution have more
cheeks glow :
Her is to
All railroad and steamship lines of!:I the directors of the Postal dramatic changes been made. With flush of innocent and wondering system upon

have granted one fare plus 25 cents Telegraph-Cable company to discontinue The church and the clergy are re- surprise. tQt nourishment for two.

t for the round trip. In selling ticketsto franking privileges after the bellous, the Vatican points the finger. Not yet,grown used to such, or world I

to previous asosciations many ticket first of the year. The big telegraph of scorn to France and Europe generally lywise.I 8 Some form of nourishment that will

agents have had no instructions' companies as did the railroad com looks on the sequestration as

about the reduced rates. Should you panies before the anti-pass laws went marking an epoch in the world's from my note sheltered palmscreenedcorner be easily taken up by mother's system tt

'- find this to be the case at your depot into effect, carry, a heavy free list, history. The lily, whiteness of her slender ) is needed.

be sure to buy tickets straight one but unlike the millions of dollars Under the new law the churcheswill thorat
., way and make the agent give you a I worth of transportation given away remain open for worship by the The graceful lines of her slim form Scott's Emulsion contains the 'I''I'g

receipt for same and you will get a : by the railroads In the palmy days of public as provided by the law of as- her eyes .
gii of
possible amount nourish.
ticket returning free. the free pass graft most of the tele- !sembly of 1881 but the change not The wayward'little curl that "gainst greatest

St. Augustine is perparing to give graph franking is for value received.An 1 only I effects France but the' foundation her temple lies; "v ment in easily digested form.

",* the teachers a most cordial and enthusiastic officer of the Postal company of the religion. The roundness of her arm, its siccoth- g

and committeeon said last night that his company's action cardinalsand
4 reception a Eighty-four bishops two ness, and the grace Mother and baby arc wonderfully
entertainment has been selected did not operate against the latter upwards:: of 2,300 priests under that I *
Of her whole being, full sure
which comprises the following: Supt. class of business. He explained that the law of today are unprovided for. time nor place helped by its use.

W. S.1.. Pinkham L. A. Colee Joseph the Postal company had a number of Cardinal Lecot Archbishop of Bor- Can lessen this; and I, man-like, thrill

T. Pacetti Prof. R. D. Rutherford contracts with railroads chiefly deaux, has issued an appeal to the soul
to my very t ALL DRUGGISTS Sfe. AND '1.00
Miss Evelyn Hamblin, Miss among them the Pennsylvania for faithful not to join "false Catholicsand of while
With glad sense
Elizabeth, Bardswell, :Mrs. Irene Pen- the operation of wires along its bad priests in the formation of the whole OO 00600000 OOOOOOOO O

nlngton, Mrs. L. P. Hawkins Mrs. lines which.called for certain frank- associations to take over the church dimness to
Sweet picture brings a my
ing privileges to the railroad officials. -- _. ..
Annie Averette Miss Agnes Coughlin, property. eyes; -- ---- ,

Rood Miss Maude Shorter This free business would not be af in-
Miss Leone In an epistle, supposed to be I long to fold the slim girl in my arms

Miss Nellie Furen, Miss. Aleen fected, he said, nor would any other spired by the Vatican he warns all w) tenderwise J -

Copper Miss Susie Stallings, Miss franking privileges granted by the French Catholics that they will lose And tell her o'er and o'er how dear -----1'P-

Naomi Clark .Miss Adah Coughlin. company by similar arrangements the right to confess and receive the
life is to me

The program which has been prepared be disturbed.He sacrament if the take part in the With her close by to share it, and vow Hardware Con

1 shows 'many interesting fea said the order chiefly movement. The Cardinal Archbishopof that I will be Marion) )pay);

tures. The first session convenes effected the thousands of graitous Pouen today issued a proclamation Of all her knights the truest; how I .

Thursday evening December 27th franks issued annually by the com- condemning the action of the govern-
will dare and do 1
with the following: pany as a courtesy to large customersof ment and an appeal to the Roman
For-yes, I am her father and she'smy -HKAl)QUARTllNAmerican :
7:30-Music by musical department the company. I Catholics of the world points out the little ue.M1.rgaret -

it of John B. Stetson University. These franks are in the form of lit- ;attempt to undermine the faith. His -- Hannis in N. Y. Times. 1II!' II

Invocation Rev. J. Coffin Stout. tle books containing thirty-two manifesto winds up with the words Wire Fencing

Address of welsome by E. E. Boyce, stamps each good wor twenty words "Those who help the movement will CUBA BATTLING AGAINST THE '

mayor of St. Augustine. with a reply when attached to a mes- not only die in a state of sin but the MOSQUITO. Sash, Doors and Blind 1

Address of welcome on behalf of sage. obligations will rest upon their pos-
Special to the Ocala Banner: Paints. Oils
and Varnkhw
the teachers of St. Johns county, by Those who will have most cause to terity so long as the memory of the Havana Dec. 11.-While the yellow ,

county superin- bewail the order are hotel proprietors robbers remain."
W. S. M. Pinkham,
fever shows little Mill and
plague a very signof Mining Supplies
tendent of public instruction. acd managers brokerage houses with i
diminishing on the island its condition
Response by Dr. W. F Yocum.A. large wire departments and Dublin, Dec. 11.-News of the se-
cannot be regarded as serious.A Turpentine Snppiiet
M. C. Russell superintendent of others who have the means of throw- questration of the church and state in i
sum of $30,000 has been spent in .
public instruction Hernando. coun- ing business in the way of the com- France was received today with Improved Farming Took
the construction of three new wardsin ,
ty, editor Southern Argus. pany. No special reason was given alarm. With the exception of Italy, iii'
Los Animas hospital. The regular
Lecture "Making an American Citizen by the officers of the Postal Telegraph Ireland is the most Catholic countryin
mosquito odesctructlon
; I ," by Dr. Edwin Earle Sparks, professor Cable company for making the new the world. Cardinal Logue in an which commenced on November campaign 5 GET OUR PRICES

of history University of Chi- address to Irish Roman Catholics .
rule.The is results.
order ,took the form of the following warns them to take no notice of the showing good .

cago.Music by John B. Stetson Univer resolution, which was passedby French schism. He appeals to their The Atlanta Journal's Bright Sayings. Marion Hardware

sity. the board of directors and made better sense of judgment and cautions Incidentally California will go demo Company

them that a country without religion ,
FRIDAY MORNING, DEC. 28. public by President MacKay yesterday ocratic in 1908.

9:00-Music by musical department :. cannot exist. Anarchy will prevail, Anthony Comstock will now prob-

of Southern college. Invocationby Resolved That owing to changed he states, and the finer nature of the
ably forbid :Mr. Bryan to appear in
Rev. J. J. Parsons. Lecture by Dr. conditions it has been found necessary people will go into oblivion. He calls public. j pI"I J' =-'" ,

of to stop all free transmission of attention to England, which he calls
P. P. Claxton professor pedagogy The war between the United States 3
University of Tennessee. messages and this company will absolutely the greatest nation, and points out ti. A. Spencer L. U. i
and Japan has simmered down to a p Lang J, A. Bern torWe
10:00-Course of study for high discontinue the free list on the fact that the English church has fight between California and the ; ,

r schools, Prof. Tom F. McBeath. Dis- and after Janutry 1, 1907, and no free made that nation what it is. White House. It

service whatsoever will be performed -
cussion. thereafter. Outstanding franks Florida Oranges Arriving in Boston in Mr. Bryan looked up from reading Announcement I r
Bad Shape. the president's message and found
11:0o-"Necessity of Closer Super will!! be honored to and including Dec.
Special to the Ocala Banner the ,clothes line swinging empty. in
: have
vision of All Schools," by PrincipalW. 31. 1906. the wind.A just purciiathe epI i<*tuiidljr t 'IUII't'| ii ,

E. Knibloe. The Western Union has not taken Boston Dec. 11.-The unwarrantably supplementary advocate machinery plant) of the Ytwj?* end Ottow Comr.u.vand .1
condition of the Florida message may
poor oranges
11:20-"English in the High up (lie matter of franking an officerof now arriving is causing much government ownership and solicit a *>imre of tale repnir wurk ..f Marian .elite* 3 1::

Schools." by Miss Caroline Brevard. the company said last night, and is worry on the part of the receivers and leave Mr. Bryan in purls naturalibus.Mr. adjoining COl1l1ti We bloke a "|* ifttty of "**mug 1
1101 to follow the Postal's lead
Schools likely
10:4o-"Do County High : a
much dissatisfaction on the part cf Roosevelt's message left Mr. steam pumpo, gas emjinni, *tc. J
'the Accommodation for the present at least.
Properly Provide for _
Children the shippers. Bryan without a shred of clothing. It Let u* quote you price*. i
and Instruction of Country -
TEACHERS TO 'GO ABROAD. When oranges wholesale at $1 to was really immense. ,,
: ; If they Do Not What, is the I
The two New York senators were
$2, as many bad lots have brought
Remedy" by' Principal L. B. Ed- Plans Being Made to Send 1.COC- within the past two weeks, the re- in their seats when congress opene-1. Ocala Gas ngineCompany

wards. Who'll Pay the Expenses? turns, less expenses, do not constitute Otherwise their places were still va I I
DEC. 28.
Special to the Ocala Banner: a very handsome profit for the fel- cant.
.'J 12: Lecture, "The Western
New Dec.
York Arrangements lows at the other end. When the fruitis .
k Movement" by Dr. Edwin E. Sparks. made He Does Not Infest Ocala.
are being send to England
are L.
1 Trip to the beach, oyster roast, and 1.000 American teachers to return the good hand however there buyerson The blind tiger is the vilest creatureon ..."' ,.'" --J ___.I"IIIJ :
.. ready to take it at $2.50 to
;. a visit to the wireless telegraph sta. visit of the 500 English teachers to earth. An ignorant negro as blackas -
$2.75, and rarely higher if the stockis -- -- liv
tion. America. Several conferences on the in perfect condition.The Erebus digging a mire for a living -

FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 28. subject have been held by City Su and sleeping in a shanty on shucks Is .-- :

8Qo-Music by musical department reasons assigned for the poor more to be respected than he. He deserves -I
perintendent Maxwell President
But- condition of the arrivalare We v r '
oranges on ever DisapPoint Oar Patients :
Female An-
of the Florida College. ler, of Columbia and Alfred Mosely, as diverse as the quality of the the contempt and execration of I

nual address of State Superintendent but nothing definite has all honest and honorable men. The ,I 19
been Fulfill
announced. receipts. Stocks coming northward in Every Pronlss and favor lion h' Faiss J Htl.
\ ". )r.' Holloway. Address by His Mr. Mosely sailed for England hot unventilated boats has shown air is made vile by his breath ami UtE O'PE IiItrlcacrO Wit"".' tht ....... ".1 """_'.'+I1 t't a.t.' .''ttit #
Excellency Gov. N. B. Broward. Reception up rottenness reeks in the community paiD or b..i.....' "...,.,1 h' c t tip
yesterday on the steamship St Paul. cured newer t. r.tim. wiih..rLEi, ,.
rotten clear through. Considerable of y .r ww Pal -8\. : I..r.ttf1.r
by citizens of St. Augustine. City Superintendent Maxwell where he lives and is tolerated, for ho rS "',cot'r"'U."i ne Ntrial tat ,..'",....1-
DEC. 29. saysthat such goods have come to New York i 1'ti.r.IanX.MratCu: t..aI.ut. tietW
SATURDAY MORNING the teachers who abroad will can only thrive on the putridity of a :?:5 1 k.IetI&.Matl.tA1or/to tier .3 .. ....
9:0o-Music by musical department go by water and thence by rail. Orangesin people.-Brooksville Argus.A tv a 'r,....aai........dI....... .pr.'lie II,Ii.&d r ttS4 tlr =: .I
be taken:! from all sections of the coun- l0elawtltitt.ttltlillLieeuu! ,
1"1' irt
the weekly: Clyde Line boat to this It tj
of Rollins College. Invocation by Rev. t.L&2tf..pII'r. "e4"',,,, '"
try and that an effort will be made to port have unpacked in an aqually un New Naval Industry.A Ousurwl t. U.trut"t- ?' lttt.atr .,..... It wtttpw'
L. Fitz-James Henry. have the local school V. -.'. Hd v.*t.*Kb mWku kid e.ftt..l tpruMt it
"Education for Citizenship" boards pay one marketable condition. Again, orangesto new industry for Fort Pierce and >; t{ yor oflkeci..D'e getpt.4. ", : tb* <., qty, f'lilt
10:00- half of their expenses. He hopes 1..1.,.,.tt.iet tr. 1.4 t.u,. r.,; .. r..... -'trJ
Prof. J., H. Workman. Norfolk by rail and the rest of one which will be the source of much toatrj'&aet'non'e Ile m r .-' IN' .... :, .1 KII \
however, that the board of educationwill ttuden lo.r.et h''',!, au4 .. .....' I' k. 41t
10:20-"The Danger Arising from the way by steamship have arrived ina profit, is the putting up of shredded Inbi" !WI' *u I".s..ta, cf 10 ett: pe.llJJ. ".,...
take sufficient interest in the W Uctut4 Pl,tteltea 6.S 'n ..
&1 ehu,
whole the
the Feminization of Schools, by Presi- decayed state. On pineapple. B. F. Cook is sending sam 5.S 1il.eptl7 to totter ..... k <:P..dte ...
visit to pay the expenses of the en- fruit shipped straight through by Ih' oe...."0.O. D.',M eaaatrd f..r ., .Nn.r.I.at...
dent S. W. Walker of Southern Col- tire New York city delegation. This ples this week to Wisconsin, where itwill '.:.:'.: j. :,"C .II&.11I1fIIa. 0. "'ra., ,.,....". .....,... ,"-It_. 1
rail, though at a slightly higher cost be compared with the so-called \ atoit000t.rtawtt.rm.dtm.; '+etallald I utantiititet
lege. last ,.ft sae/.t otrl.leis,upeea"t u...
11:00-Recess.' proposal will probably meet with has, perhaps, netted more to the grower pineapple product of that section. He m [ Et t19 CHi08ict31SEASES.w"
: a.sir rt'.c::
11:10-"Do County Schools Receive determined opposition.The than that shipped in any other manner uses only the ripe pines and has at \\r j't, 4., .,... .i
English teachers who are .* But of this is not in ...... Len... 'a4 !
; Due Consideration?" by Principal G. even some present only a small machine for \ UHTI.CUIBIIU .. atror.ui lllaUCuaa itnl tI ,
coming to America are paying their the best of shape. Many delays on HOMo UNa. U... = ,. ...
t : E. .Bennett. shredding. We have no hesitancy In N. K.OMII KING U. & CbroaU> !>!..*.**oft \ i. 3. .
of own expenses. The first that arrived nearly all routes have occurred, and, baying that this product will excell Cr.euu.m tMre.Ceut.rtl D!MIluy-. tat site rt.ltr....Nsa .."ride..tip.
L. W. Buchholtz professor peda-
U .
Wr'.te tadaq r..NJa,rtir eotIdtaoa It tit a.... w .Sc" 0. we
promptly corrected the '
notion !
preva- moreover much of the stock appearsto made etc. in the .04'01 u IU"M".lada4al" site .
gogy. Florida Female College. the factory pams, r>*#*wm* iv t truiBw't*... "
lent in New York that Mr. Moselywas have been under unfavorable ATIO" AUVIt'1-PJO'' '
packed northern market under the name of
12'Oo-Lecture, "An Unknown Patriot SafctiT
"footing the bill." They have received conditions. So it is only to pineapple.-Fort Pierce News.A Ss r.r':t.; Sflinta. 61.
by' Dr. E. E. Sparks, professorof
however, special rates in travel be, hoped that the coolor temperature
history, University of Chicago.
board and similar items. reported this week along the sea- Vote for Boiled Turkey.It _
board will extend far enough south- is lamented that you should"roast" :
,3:00-Music. Lecture by Dr. P. P. JAMAICA'S PROSPERITY. f- ,**?" ki
ward to aid in shipping. the poor turkey with such fe-
Claxton, professor of pedagogy, University -
The grapefruit market remains in rocious satire. In fact the turkey
of Tennessee. Special to the Ocala Banner: J
a healthy condition notwithstandingthe should not be roasted in order to get
4OOBusiness meeting. Washington, Dec. Jl.-Consular reports i w
unfortunate orange situation. The the best out of it. A good ripe tur- 4
s SATURDAY EVENING DEC. 29. show that Jamaica's economic 1 1"
proportion of grapefruit is small. The key is composed of about 40 per cent.
: 8:0o-Music by musical departmentof condition is daily improving.The .
supply is moderate, Some are wonder- fat well distributed and blended dr
Rollins College. Lecture 'Old exports of fruits for the fiscal
ing if Boston is getting its share of which melts away by roasing leavinga t
Hickory Jackson, by Dr, E. Earle year ended March 31, were valued at
Sparks. Florida's big grapefruit this year., dry carcass. Boiled turKey, a la Where you find Shield Brand Shoes : !
: $4,731,562 mote
or over
SUNDAY MORNING DEC. 30. than 1905. :More of this Kind of fruit it is ,said stryriana, or in the plainest way, is it is a safe place to trade because .\

moved out of the peninsular state to very palatable and succulent and it ;
10:00-Sunday school lecture at The fruit cultivation is capable of they are sold by reliable merchants :\!
date than any previous year. But will be welcomed in any number of appearances -
g Memorial church by Dr. P. P. Clax- enormous development and the plant- everywhere. Be sure to ask for .r
much of ,the goods perhaps more and the larger the better.A t tKiser's
ton. ing of bananas has this season assume
than usual has gone to the' west. Reformer in New York Times.
11;00-Sermon at Memorial church ed important proportions. Another .
t ICing
$3.50 Shoe
,Good grapefruit sell briskly at
by Dr,, Lincoln Hully president of feature of the islan'ds prosperity is That is a distressing story which
$2.50 to $3, and a few sales are re- .
the J. B. Stetson University. Music by the great growth of stock farms. Dry ported at $3.25. comes from Tampa,that Captain John for men, and you will get your

1 e' church choir j wood factories are daily being open- C. Brain, the famous veteran of the money's worth. Made in 37 -

SUNDAY AFTERNOON, DEC. 3Q. ed and native tea will next season be Confederate navy who commandedthe
Is Offered to styles and all the
; 3:00-Sacred concert at Memorial on a large scale. popular
: grown H E l.P Chesapeake and other vessels
musical of Worthy Young PeopleWe ; Patent Colt vici
k church by department
;;, during the civil war, has been stricken _,
John B. Stetson University Florida A young lady who has been teach-, earnestly request all young down in that city with paralysis, Gun Metal, Box Calf, etc.

Female College; Rollins College and ing school at Hammond Ind., has persons, no' matter how limited their and 'is in destitute circumstances.There .

: ,. Southren College. been dismissed from her position be- thorough means or business education training who desire and rood a are thousands of Confederate H.' C. Kiser Company

? SUNDAY EVENING, DEC. 30. cause she is so' pretty that ""every- position, to write at once for our veterans in Florida, and not one Manufacturers strhrL t

3:00-Sermon by Dr.Andrew Sledd, body falls in love with her." It is a great half rate offer. Success inde- among them who would fail to do his A'TLIIlT GEORGIA

pit.- -I; president ,Florida, University. Music safe conclusion, however that a pendence and probable fortune guar part in relieving a suffering' comrade.

{:, ; t' "rt :US<>-"Educational Wastes" by teacher with that kind' of a qualifica- anteed. Don't .delay.-wrlte today. Help the old sailor without delay]-

;' :.'. 1 t.... <'lby\church' .;:choir.-- tion :will not' long be. out of a job. Oo.-AIa. Bus.ColIege, Ma on.Ga. Live Oak Democrat

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