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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: December 21, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE ; ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CONCERNS."-C0WPE R.x .

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VOL. 41, NO. 26. .

OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1906. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR '


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..................... .................-......... MRS. LOUIS GIVES WEYMAN HOUSE DUVAL WARMING. CHRISTMAS SWING.IS NOW IN FULL -; :'.M _':'f'IoI"":,; t _. _.-_ : : _:'..-_.: ._._ :_ __:_- -- "'- 'r.' _' .: ....

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Mrs. W. Moore Scott, of Memphis Ocala Stores are Now Beginning to '

Tenn sister of Mrs. E. L. Carney and Have a _Most Festive Appear SOlE DEPOSIT VAULT xr.
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HolidayStationery. who has been the guest of honor at ance and are Crowded. -

so many functions during her brief --

visit to Ocala delightfully From last Friday's Drily.I .
was again
We have boxes to rent at $5.00 that '
entertained Tuesday afternoon when The Christmas seastin is now on in year

II Mrs. Louis Weyman Duval gave a I full swing. The day of days is will hold a big lot of valuable papers, jewelry, .

house warming in her cosy cotage on less than a week off and the streetsare etc. Also larger boxes costing a little more

Ocklawaha avenue. beginning to present a very festive You keep the key. Come and see them. ,
Ii Mrs. Duval is a bride of only a few

weeks, yet she proved an adept at and attractive appearance.The .

I'i At ThePOSTOFFICE 'ii entertaining.Her merchants have brought on MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
,
handsome
many beautifully and costly particularly goods this

wedding gifts which are so artisti- year and have everything that one BANKERS. \

i p DRUG STORE f fIs cally arranged, were inspected and can wish so there is no reason whya y

II much admired, after which fruit single order should be sent away to .

punch was served then the tender the larger cities The Ocala mer- -

sentiments and good wishes of each chants are progressive and up-to-date Mr. F..1. O'Hara's notion to quash
Unsurpassed and have hand ..........................
4 one present were written upon leather on goods that woulddo the indictments in the peonage cases

I : post cards and presented to the guestof credit to any city in the state has been denied by Judge ,Locke of
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honor to be made into a sofa pillow and everybody is happy and busy. the United States court for the northern Wedding

1 ............ ......... ...tt.....N C00.N0r as a souvenir of the occasion. One sees ladies burdened with queer district of Florida, and he must

:::::..........t.......... ......t... ..tt..t.N The deep rich tones of a bell sounded shaped bundles long suffering hus- plead to the indictments.Mr. .
which was a signal for the gueststo bands folllowing with the surplus Presents
---- be ushered into the dining room packages, boys and girls with their J. W. Fant, a prosperous and

KISS: SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. 3 Mr. W. F. Himes, a prominent young where dainty refreshments were serv- pockets bulging and their arms laden pioneer merchant of Fantville represented -

Local Editor. j attorney of Tampa is in Ocala on pro- ed by Misses Mattie Williams and with packages will] throng our streets his section in Ocala yester-

: fessional business. He is the son of Annie Davis. for the next ten days. day. Mr. Fant says that everybody in XHoJiday

LOCAL 'r Ex-Railway Commissoiner Himes of The dining room in its quaint mis- The clerks are all busy and .are his neighborhood is prospering and

, I AND PERSONAL. Sumter county and has a number of sion furnishings exquisite cut glass very accommodating. They are delighted getting about all in life that people

friends in this city. and silver and its hand painted china to do all in their power to get elsewhere-something to eat
- (Kisses Cora and hey Ross of Gai-
I > please their customers and we feel something to wear and an occasional
' was scented with the delicate -
,were risking in Ocala Satur ay.J (I Special Agent E. D. Stanford and fume of pink and white roses per-and sure that everyone is going to feel holiday for enjoyment. ,
I Clerk E. Paul Brown, of the United entirely satisfied
and that Christmasthis
,'I ?..1L.. J, W. Coulter and Mrs. W. P. j States land office, have gone to Ocala, presented an animated scene during year is going to be a very happyone. Mrs. H. L. Anderson left Sundayfor Presents
the brilliant repartee of the happy as-
i BnuQonda, of Blitchton are seriously i having been summoned there to attend New York, where she will remain
sembly.
[ the United States commission- until after the Christmas holidays In
'i I Mrs. William Hocker sister"of Mrs. Some of the show windows of the
i er's court.-Gainesville Sun. New York she will be joined tby her
... J. T. Burgess of Blitchton had Duval, assisted in receiving the following various stores are especially attrac-

; alt apoplectic stroke on the 13th inst. I I Mr. Henry A. Daniel has gone to guests: tive in the arrangements cf their daughter Miss Francis Anderson
who is a student at Vassar and by
is G not expected to recover. !Atlanta in which city he will make his Mesdames. W. Moore Scott, E. L. Christmas goods. Messrs.\ Mclver' :& her other IHENN
daughter Miss Lillian An-
MacKay nave one of their large win-
!'future home. Mr. Daniel has made Carney, R. A. Burford, C. R. Tydings
, |Biek and side combs "all new." *many friends during his residence in Jean Austin, S. T. Sistrunk, J. C. B. dows filled with exceedingly beautiful de-son, who attends college In Troy,
Nay York and
they will the
_ **c, The Jeweler. x Koonce, Mamie Howse-Stovall Misses pictures some framed and others not, spend
Ocala, who regret very, much that he
;; Chi istmas together in
i the
: and they are as pretty a line as have great me-
Matie Williams and Annie Davis.
will make this his home.
; 0a iictor Walter R. of Jack- no longer tfQ olis.
Burt
| been
ever brought to Ocala and would .
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erllle. spent Tuesday in Ocala with !' Mr. M. S. Carhahan and wile of Another Big Sale. make a most acceptable Christmas --q I
Hi mother Mra. R. C. Burt. -- ----
,, I Pleasantvillel Pa., were guests at the Mr. A. L. Webb, proprietor of the gift.
I Ocala House Tuesday. Mr. Carhahan Fair Store who conducted such a big The Variety Store have their won. .... .t.'..................N..NN....1.............M
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3Liri. Kenneth McPherson of MulIs dows filled with dolls and other new .
i owns an orange grove on Lake Weir and successful sale in this city a few H. ROBINSON, Prei.
r $erry. the guest of her parents and comes down to inspect it every weeks ago is so highly pleased with and entertaining toys. In fact this S. H. dLITCH, Mgr. J. C. BOOZER, Aut. Mgr

t Ir. and Mrs. B. II. Seymour, for thef : winter and incidentally to 'take ad- its results that he will begin anotherone store carries everything dear to the S GEO. J. BLITCH. T.ller.I. .

WHIts. ;vantage of our fair winter weather. on Monday which will continuefor heart of the children and to the older i

{kUng silver fruit and nut bowls, j I several weeks. people as well The Hold the .
The I. Strong :
three'
I Mr. and Mrs. D. E. McIver gave an The Fair Store contains every need- jewelry stores have i j 4.I ..
hit
new. Welhe The Jeweler. x '
dinner Monday eveningfor their windows filled with beautifulcut
elegant party ful household article in the dry goods
I.: f Mrs. W. M. Scott, of Memphis. and grocery line and these goods will glass silver jewelry and novel-
:Mrs. M. Haughton is at College
Tenn., :who is the guest of her sister low ties of all kinds and at prices with-
be sold at an exceedingly mar
. M Ct, on a visit to her son, Mala I COMMERCIAL; BANK
r *-*o attends the Georgia Military Mrs. E. L. Carney and Miss Lewis, gin of profit. in the reach of everyone.The !

t Attdemjr. cf Jamaica who is spending the win- Mr. Webb, the genial proprietor is drug stores the dry goods ,

ter in Ocala with her sister Mrs. doing all in his power to build up a stores and the furniture stores are OCALA FL0.f. .
I ( MacKay.The al1 full of beautiful goods for Christmas .
Mr A. R. Durham has recently George big business in this city and his efforts z_
E l e' to Ocala to make this bis home are worthy of success. We hope that ,and everything suitabe for v
is rembered this
t "old country" -.istmas presents can be found in Has Public Confidence Evi-
is
t l w has a position with the Monte year in the shape of presents for every reader of this paper will scan Oca'a's handsome stores. f. Upon 3
Fair Store's advertisement now
the
'. fia hotel Christmas method more of than remembering ever before.'"Auld appearing in our columns, visit the Lft everybody patronize our home I denced by its Large and Increasing iI. |

I Mr. J. A. Thomas the original This store examine the quality of the goods merchants and there will be no com-

'Tndf Joe," of Gaiter was shopping Lang Syne" cannot be too hearts highly that re and the prices and if they do we plaint coming from anyone and let us I.f Business. i
membered. The many
i. Ocala Tuesday and incidentally know they will be compelled to do hake this Christmas the biggest one I f i
N will beat happily as the boxes are received -
. ki hands with friends. be some purchasing and we feel that they in our history. ............................4....$4.4.4444.,4...... if
and opened can hrdly
will be entirely satisfied. ..
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i Fine selection of gold bracelets guessed.Mr. FAUCETT-LUCIUS.

f )U new.- Weihe, The Jeweler. x of Sparr Mrs.J. -Court News. !.ur- JLU1FE:: : .. IT: _' -_ : I 1111
Grantham
J. S.
Tuesday the circuit court tried :Young Couple Wedded in This City
pMr of Mar- S. Stevens of Connor, Judge and I
I and Mra. D. A. Clark the case of E. J. Commodore jr., who Sunday Afternoon.At .
of Crystal Mrs. Burnham of Lake Weir Mr. J.
and Nlc Barco,
Mrs.
of
was charged with the larceny a
ver, were. among the Christmas M. Bryan of :Mattel Miss Fannie Pen- diamond pin from Mr. J. B. Cook one three o'clock Sunday afternoonRev.

t pers in the city Tuesday. land of Crystal River Mr. Harrell of of the contractors at the new court Charles C. Carroll, pastor of the ,
; f. Ocklawaha, Mr. J. C. Mathews and OPPORTUNITY
house. Commodore was caught with Baptist church of this
J}fro Richard S. Hall has bid $29.00 son, of Flemington and Miss Annie city performed -
being identifiedand
the goods. The pin
the Hlllsborough county con- Feinburg, of Dunnellon were trans- the ceremony which united the
beyond all question was
1 1 pets but the county commissioners acting business and doing Christmas proven lives of Mr. Harry Faucett and Miss 4
restored to its owner and Commodorewill
r Tft not yet awarded the contract. shopping in Ocala Tuesday.Mr. have to do without diamonds Lillian Lucius of Tampa.
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The wedding took place at the homeof 1._ E
" l)1r. Sm M. Lummus has returned to John B. Floyd the genial life while cutting turpentine boxes for

, Wcet after a brief visit to his insurance agent who is so popular in some of our turpentine operators.The the young groom's parents :Mr.

I and baby in this city. They ex- this county was in Ocala Tuesday returning trial of Sheriff December Gordon the was twenty-fix and mile Mrs.west of H.town A. Faucett and was about witnessed one Here is your chance to get SHOES.GENTS' .
Dunnellon and ed for Friday
; to tin him in Key West later on. from a trip to
I. other points on the west coast. Mr. first and Mr. Louis Lang was appaonted only by the immediate family and a

1l1r. Grover Cleveland McClure Floyd: was recently in Georgia andsays by the court as elisor to serve number of the Baraca boys of which FURNISHINGS AND TRUHKS at

1 < Las been making his home at that wherever he has been both during Mr. Gordon's trial and will organization Mr. Faucett is a mem- z

,; Ji Unla! Ca., for some months past, in Georgia and Florida the people summons the jury in this case. ber.The i

f- mired home yesterday for the holtR. seem to be in a most prosperous con- Returned Home From Conference.Rev. was very bride sweet wore and a youthful gray dress looking.and prices below factory cost. If possiblewe

, tr dition and he never saw money more
I He reports the life Insur- L. W. Moore, Rev. F. R. The groom is the second son of

Idr, I. Barnes, of Dunnellon, who abundant. class. Bridges, wife and children Mrs. W. Mr. and :Mrs. H. A. Faucett and is ,
been in the turpentine business ance business as first W. Clyatt Mrs. T. H. Johnson and a sober reliable and industrious young expect to close out our entire stock

this state for some years has gone Mr. and Mrs. Martin John Roess Mr. Henry W. Long have returned man. He is employed with the Ocala

Halcyon Ga.. to reside and to goo Tuesday afternoon home from Palatka, where they at- Electric Light company.Mr. .

the cotton buslneii. returned from their home wedding journey which tended the meeting of the conferenceof and Mrs. Faucett will at pres- by January 1st, 1907 \;5 & &

in the east. They are mak the Methodist Episcopal church, ent make their home with the groom's
!Fine line of gold and pearl mounted they spent North report avery pleasant parents. .
Arm's on south. They ..
home at Mrs.
their fII
Umbrella*, "all new." Welhe, The Jew. Main ing street and after the first of Jan- time and were greatly charmed with The Ocala Banner joins with the f:__ 1k1

sh r. x uary will be at home to their friends. the presiding bishop Rev. Henry Clay other friends of the young couple in

Mrs. Roess Morrison of Kentucky. Dr. Finer of extending their congratulations and
Marion county will be well representedthe The marriage of Mr. and of Novemberthe St. Louis, who has been transferred to best wishes for a long and happy mar-
teachers' meeting which conies was a brilliant event CHAMBERS SHOE CO I
in ried life.
this year at St. Augustine. The twenty-eighth at the Presbyterianchurch the Florida conference preached
and since that the Baptist church on Sunday night
Ancient City" Is making big prepa- in this city Little Boy Breaks His,Arm.
Washington and the congregation were simply car-
a to receive them. time they have been visiting Several days ago Mr. George 'Wil
Philadelphia New York Niagara' ried away with him. Dr. Dickey of liams and family ands Mr. and Mrs. OCALA, FLORIDA iB
of :\Ir.Roess' Georgia filled the Methodist church
j )fr. Richard 8. Hall has purchased Falls and were the guests I Tom Smith and children went out to
Rachael Roess Sunday night and preached a very
beautiful Petteway lot on Fort mother, Mrs. I Salt Springs to spend a few days on ,
I .
thattoini at 011 City Pa., for a week. eloquent sermon. ',
: avenue and his friend hope a recreation trip. Early Tuesday .
handsome resl- I ... while horse George .... .
-.in- to erect a We take pleasure in stating that the A Fearful Fat morning riding a -
thereon at an early dAte. I performance is a nice It is a fearful fate to have to en- Williams jr., was thrown and broke E. C, Smith O. V' !..*...*<
Armstrong dure the terrible torture of piles. "I badly. Mr. Williams
his arm quite
: clean performance in all particularsand writes Harry Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmer
Yarn two truthfully say
M. Jennings and W. W, can brought his young son home in an automobile -
the
delightful to la. "that for
of Masonville ,
especially
is Colson
dapat tiualneaa) men of Pen acola, children. No one need hesitate to blind bleeding itching and'protrud- and Dr.' Smith' mended the We are equipped to do the very best work and use

j archa *d a $30,000 site in that attend it. Wherever it has been those ing piles Bucklen's "Arnica Salve is broken arm and it is hoped that he --s68* only the latest and best method .
on which they propose to erect the best cure made. Also best for litle fellow will be all right in a few
.C the fineit hotels in Florida. who have witnessed it want to see it cuts burns and inuries. 25 cents at days. Telegraph Orders Deceive Immediate Attention. -:
the second time which in itself is a Tydings & Co., druggists. m
Mrs Williams and the balance of
T-A pointer dos about two splendid advertisement. It always Mr. Charles Stilwell and his sister the party will return home later. OCALA FURNITURE CO.japel _
the second
colored town on \
in a
old; white and liver does better Miss Margaret Stilwell of Silver
-> to name the first visit. It will return and undertaking parlors corn c North Main Street. lad taw
lots la white; answers than on Springs and :Miss Sophie Howard of Mission hall clocks. Come and see
s.* SultaNa reward for his re- to Ocala soon. Grahamville spent Monday shopping them then buy, "all new." Weihe Ja Avenue.

Addre W. E. Tydlaga, Stt I The Jeweler, x. 1 Day Phone No. 10. Night p' ne 4t and 191.I .
bgtags. PIG 11.11.U The circuit court: is kept busy. nt.Ocala. \


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PRESENTS. The trial of Harry K. Thaw for The condition of.the railways and

: the murder of Stanford White has the car famine are now engaging the. .. '-"'. Vtt'i I

Why does the small boy howl andrage been set for January 21, 1907. attention of the president and coi ,: .::


Why do the tear drops rain? Miss Vivian Strauss, neice of the gress. y; ...,.. !
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And why does he turn up his nose new secretary of commerce, is to Coleman was visited by a big fire : : : i I

In loftiest disdain? Early Saturday morning. Mr. D. WSwicord's Ii
be wedded to Mr. Shefpel, a New i [
York banker. store was destroyed. Loss; ,

It is because the toy he got about $5,000. ; i

Upset his childish glee; The Austrian Phoenix Insurance i[[
warranted Rev L. R. Jenkins, of Kissimme .
Its cast iron frame was company, of Vienna, Austria refuse l
Unbreakable to be. was arrested just before he starte
and long
claims a
to pay earthquake
for the Methodist conference at Pi '
1D;('atloq "ill follow. 'ivT
Why does the big girl hotly weep? latka for shooing birds in his own ; f

Why frowns her brow pre-empt? One hundred liquor saloons are located yard. ,

.; Why does she curl her pretty lip? within two miles of the courthouse 0

Expressive of contempt? at Tampa and the booze is The president's illustrated messag ;_ /
document. He i is
is quite a popular .
warranted to be a dead shot.-Apalachicola
the first to inaugurate this "ne\
the she got one
It is because toy Times.
and it will add to his
(A fellow's heart you see,) departure,

r Was made of cast iron warranted Congress at its session may limit popularity. ....,
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the hours of railroad employes. It i is ?",Tr
FINE RESIDENCE. John Stockton wants the governor
understood the opposition to the
to call a special session of the legis
y enactment of this law is likely to be '4
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To Be Erected for Naval Stores Mac lature to remedy the existing transportation till't
most of the railroad
withdrawn by
nate on Bay Shore Boulevard.B. troubles and suggests stat

W. Blount has let the contract to themselves. ownership of railroads if the legislature t:

the Jetton-Dekle Lumber Co., for the Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Longwort can find no other solution to thquestion.Pensacola '
Journal This man bought; a supply of tobacco with-
rearing of a $47,500 residence on th.e were recently in an auto acciden

Bayshore Boulevard just below the The roads were in bad condition and Miss Jefferson Bell in speaking of out acquainting :himself with ths distinctive taste

home of Dr. Richardson. Plans for the auto in which were this distinguished Railroad Commissioner Browne

the home which is to be of bricl+ couple struck the platform whose term expires in January; says; of SCHNAPPS Tobacco which has the cheering
hands of the Chase transfer company -
stone and marble are in the of Chevy hat; it is generally known that Mr ,

Miller & Kennard. It is another understood wel and Mrs. Longworth screamed.The Brawne's ambition is to become gov qualities that gratify his desire to chew, and at

that George S. Petteway rnor of Florida, so his retiremen

r known naval stores man who own; cannin industry in the United 'from public life is only temporary.- less than cheap tobacco. i 7 )I
States is growing rapidly. The expense
a nearby lot, will also build a hand Live Oak Democrat.The ..
some home in this section soon. census bureau has just issued a report -

The Blount mansion will probably: showing the strides made. The contract for the control of
SCHNAPPS has been advertised in this Some day they'll get a taste of the real
canned is vegetables ,
item
be the costliest in south Florida. Th largest he New York Life and Mutual Insurance .

+ ; architectual designs will be a marve the value of which in 1904 reache coripanies was very hotly con paper so. that every chewer has had an Schnappsthey'Urea1izewhatenjoymentopportumty ..

of beauty.-Tampa Tribune. $45,262,148. ested in the election on the eighteenth to get acquainted with the they've missed by not getting SCHNAPPS !
facts and know .that drugs are not used
and both sides claim the victory and long ago-then they'll feel like kickingthemselves. 1&J
: UNCLAIMED LETTERS.t Favors seem to go by contraries it is believed that the ones who ha'ethe to produce the cheering quality found in

t President Theodore Roosevelt who counting of the votes will be vie the famous Piedmont country flue-cured ...
Males. tobaccos and that SCHNAPPS is what he
his shoulde ,
always has a chip on IIIiii
irious.Mr. SCHNAPPS is sold everywhere in 5
; }. Anson Robert. and a big stick in his hand and is constantly ought to chew. Still there are chewers

2. Brown, M. A. pleading with congress to put George Williams and family who accept other and cheaper tobaccos cent cuts, and 10 and 15 cent plugs. Be

: 3. Binnes E. D. the country on a bigger war footings and Mr. Thos. W. Smith and family,, that do not give the same pleasure. sure you get the genuine.

,; .4. Darnley A. D. IG. awarded the peace medal. It look: are on a camping expedition_on Salt 1r.
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l 5. Franklin, Jack. -:', ike a contradiction. >Springs and will be gone for a week or wi

Fix P. C. .. ten days. Their object is health, wL -- U 11
7. Hervine, J. W. Marianna is on the upward ,mgve. Measure and recreation. -

K 8. Isaiah. Let's all put a shoulder to the whee .. .', ', ... '. ,, ,. _' "_ ,, ..., -" '__' ,. '_ -", -.,' '
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9. Jackson, David Roy. and give. a good steady push and Clifford Hoose the negro coachman

10.Jacobs, W. H. keep on pushing until the town is .
.. onvicted of perjury as a result of
11. Johnson, Jake. < what it should be. With our many] ensational statements made before i..

12. Laws John. natural advantages we should have< : -
,
the trial of the ,Hartje divorce caset
13. Maxbey James. he best town in this whole section. 1Gllchrist's
been sentenced to
Pittsburg, has THE VARIETY STORE r
14. A. M. Courier.
McToulen Marianna imprisonment
pay a fine of $50 and undergo an .'t1
15. G. M. .
Nolen of six years in the peni- f
has issued decree directing i'
16. Noble, Riley. Gov. Magoon a entiary.

17. Rawls, J. W. ; all Cuban rural guardsmen tc i-

18. Ray W. L. be especially vigilant in arresting all' We had a pleasant call yesterday

19. Reed Sylvester. persons bearing arms without license from .Mr. J. A. Thomas of Gaiter but

20 Robinson N. C. Another gubernatorial decree provides rho is at present in Citrus county

21. Rutherford R. B. for the expenditure of $326,000 foi rith one of the Dutton Phosphatelants. J
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22. Titcomb, Mr. sanitation in various towns. He says that the plants are
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L 23. Washington. Dozier. perating finely and that the wages -

24. Wallaco, Harry B. There were two hundred million eceived are good.

,25. Weathers W. A. iollars paid in New York in duties

;: 26.. Wiggs, Arieal, ? :* his year. This shows that our trade The America Sugar Refining company -

27. Wiggs, Arieal. with other countries is growing enor: and the Brooklyn Cooperage t

28. Snell, Darnoson. nously. Greater luxuries than eve ompany have both peladed guilty tothe t
imported and everything indicates : r The Reason for Our
1. Bostock W. H. acceptance of a rebate on sugar (

; 2. Williams Joe. hit a!? a nation we are growing more in the United States court in New i

Females. :\"en.1thy. 'ork. Judge Holt fined the Sugar

1. Benjamin Mrs. Mollie. Refining company $80,000 and the We ,
Success is That
The Times is not disposed to jumpn .
2. Culbert, Golder. ooperage company 70000. I
General Gilchrist about those pineapples -
3. Dorson, Manda.
that he to several editors
4. Edders Linnie. gave A dispatch to the Times-Union
at the Tampa fair. Our only regrets
Believe in the X
5. Franklin Bessey. from Lake City says the county commissioners -
that we were not present when the
6. Field, Mrs. Catey. of Columbia county have ,
pineapples were given to the aforesaid
7. Flowers, Mary. ;leased the county convicts to Keeffe !
ditors. Save the biggest in the bunch II
t 8. Flowers, Mary. ; &;; Co., of Olustee, at $30.05 a montn z
General, for the Times.-Apalachicola III k
9. Grasey Caroline. ach-$3CO.OO per annum. This Isthe

'10. Green Eliner. rimes. highest price this class of labor I

11. Hall Josie. has ever brought. There were six
Editor Tom F. McBeath, of the
.( 12. Henderson Mrs. Mamie. idders.
lorida School Exponent, says there DEAL
13. Hills, Rebecca. SQUARE
rnght to be not less than fifteen hundred -
14. Jacub Annie. We are too emotional. The case ofMrs.
( teachers at the annual meetingf
15. Jackson, Mrs. Sarah. [ Birdsong has enlisted sympathy
the Florida Press Assaciation in
17. Johnson Mrs. Ella. and aroused prejudice all over the I
his city December 27 to 29. The An-
18. Keller. Eller. country, whereas it should havecon.
dent City sincerely hypes there will
20. Oueal Rosetta. fined its influence to the country in
e. Those who come are assured of
21. Porter, Alice. hich it occurred. We as a people
'. a cordial welcome.-St,_ Augustine
Come See Us
and
22. Robbons Hattie. Record. are lavishing and wasting our enormous to

23. Stal Jane. amount of nervous wear a.ndtear

21. Woodard Florence. Pensacola will soon offer for sale on occurrences that do not in the

Y '25. Williams Maggie. mprovement bonds to the amount of least concern us. It is rather burdensome We Will Treat You

2C. Williams, Mrs.: Catherine. 450000. The money derived from the to have extended our personal

.27. Young, Amandy. ale of these bonds will be used in orizon over the entire world.-Tarn-

1. Bostick Mrs. W. H. from D.L.O. the purchase of a new waterworks pa Times. I

:. L G. C. CROM. P. M. system and paving. In this busy John Sharpe Williams, who is -H Right XTHE .

--- hustling age Pensacola proposes rhetorican and can
something of a
: Lane-Taliaferro.
I
i I keeping well up in the front and Apalachicola "We have
:
turn a happy period says
Mr. .and Mrs. James P. Taliaferro, of I is coming along also.-Apa- .
triumphal
: lassoed the president to the ,
Jacksonville, have issued invitations achicola Times.
of democracy on the questions -
f to the marriage of their daughter, car
of an income tax and Inheritance -
Annie Virginia to Mr. )Edward Wood The Pensacola News is the only .
tax." It is known of all men '
Lane, on Wednesday the second day newspaper in Florida that reproduced' .
that these are two pet democratic doctrines -
of January at six o'clock at St. Mr. Maurice Strauss' splendId -pro-
and the president has merely
Jame's church in that city. phecy of oil in Florida and the growthof I
and patriotism -
demonstrated his good sense
Senator virtue of being in the
After the wedding ceremony Ocala by Gonzales I -- -
by favoring them.- ,
and Mrs. Taliaferro will give a center of the oil zone.

large reception at their elegant homeon Mr. H. E. Charpia of Crystal River (Tex.) Inquirer.

239 West 'church street. of of that town's most pleasant and Another severe wreck occurred on r
.
Miss Taliaferro is the younger agreeable citizens spent Thursday In the Atlantic Coast Line railway near

daughter of Senator and Mrs. Talia Ocala. He has a number of friends Jacksonville Tuesday morning. The VARIETY STORE

ferro, and has been singe her debut here who are always glad to see him express car baggage car and five

three years ago one of the most pop in the city. freight cars were wrecked.( Claude -

ular girls in society. Very pretty I I Raley, an express helper was killed. -
Mr. and Mrs. George Johns, of Shady ,
and accomplished ,
highly educated W. F. Shelly engineer was seriously -

wih unaffected and charming Grove .had a narrow escape from H _,, "' .
and --' '
injured and may die. Baggage : :' ; ; ; : 0' :: ::: "
manners Miss Taliaferro is a favorite death Wednesday night. They were Master Wooten's leg was broken. Its
at the Montezuma hotel and :
v with old and young alike. guests also reporter later that Mail Clerks
Mr. Lane is a Georgian by birth when they retired for the night blew Arnow and Green were killed. The If "Grandpa" Harris, of the Ocala Joseph M. Neil, a noted pugilist, re-

and has made his home in Jacksonville out the gas. About midnight one of responsibility for the wreck has not Banner has commenced instruction cently died ten minutes after his Motives.
t the porters, while going his rounds marriage. A Albert Gllchrlsfg heart Is ia t|
four small hole
only during the past years been located.Mr. classes in geography for his new was found lu

coming here during the organization discovered a strong smell of escape grandson he.has made a bad start. his head which entered his brain. It right place, and the kind lhlaf

of the Atlantic National tank of ing gas and upon investigation dis- E. L. Moore, of the Knight & Copying from. an exchange, the Banner is believed that it was made with a ,does are dictated by no motive e1 j;'

1 which he is president. Few men of covered that it proceeded from the Moore Lumber company of Silver contains the following: "St.. Petersburg hat pin and that his wife committedthe love for his fellow man and ft

Mr. Lane's age have been so successful room of Mr. and Mrs. Johns. He had Springs, accompanied by his son was act. Just before his marriageNeil
and Kronstadt canal; connecting desire to be
t- in business as he, and in social to force an entrance into the room in Ocala Saturday. It will be remembered deeded his property to his slaterand the purveyor of

life Mr.Lane has made hosts ol friends and found both of the occupants un that Mr. Moore was very pain- Lake Superior, St. Mary River this may have had something to ness.-Tampa Tribune.
and few thousand feet
Lake Huron a
who are congratulaing him on his conscious. 'A physician was Imme- fully Injured in a runaway accidentone ; do with his death. A hat pin was -W.--D. Bloxham.--
Record.
St Augustine
crowning achievement in securing diately summoned and they were soon night several weeks ago while he ong. found near his body and the
wife Is The True Democrat
All that "Grandpa" Harris said says
Miss Taliaferro as his life partner brought around all right. Their escape was going from Ocala to the Springs. in custody.
I about this canal was taken from the are Irpe In Tallahassee that. "
attended by from death was certainly a he'has .
Miss Taliaferro will be very His friends are delighted that i
Tallahassee Sun which he thought Bloxham will -soon wed If the "
zt her sister, Mrs. Archer S. Hubbard narrow one. Mr. and Mrs. Johns 're- sufficiently recovered to be able to Wanted-Copies of the
and will have no turned to their home yesterday.- Friday's never made an error. Weekly Ban proves correct why not get the '. :
.. r as, matron.jf-honor, come into Ocala again and trust he ner of October 19, 1906.. Suitable the mansion ready for Jim
bridesmaids.m" Daily. will, soon be entirely well. '
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t i ..It will pay you to' read today's ads. price paid for same. z Apalachlcola Tlmet

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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1906. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
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Touching Farewell. * * * *

I Local Editor. To the Editor Ocala Banner: MAKE US HAPPY, DEAR, GOOD FRIENDS! *
II cIVE a
Please
:;:: allow me space in your interesting ACK0Y

I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. paper in which to thank mj OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS, STRETCHING OUT FROM *

i many friends in Ocala and vicinitjfor : % FLORIDA TO MAINE AND EVEN TO FOREIGN LANDS, CAN (* FURNITURE DEALERS

[The mayor denies the "soft Impeach- their tender sympathy for MAKE US SUPERLATIVELY HAPPY BY REMEMBERING US *
mj WITH A CHRISTMAS PRESENT IN THE SHAPE OF THE PAY- *
teaL- daughters and WE CARRY EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF
myself in our recent MENT.OF THEIR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO JANUARY 1, 1907. THIS *

dir. Joseph R. Thomas, of Sparr, bereavement and for their tokens ol TOKEN OF APPRECIATION WILL BE JUST AS NICE A CHRIST- House Furnishings Parlor Suits .

gas in the city yesterday. affection and esteem for our beloved MAS PRESENT AS WE COULD WISH FOR AND WHILE THE Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered and Reed
lead. Such PLEASURE WILL BE RECIPROCCAL, IT WILL ENABLE US TO *

ipr.1. Van Hood Is having his resi- : themselves friends to be as make they have life prov MAKE THE SECOND PAYMENT ON OUR MERGENTHALER Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits
worthhVIng
J occ on Fort King avenue paintedihIte. TYPESETTING MACHINE, WHICH COSTS AS MUCH AS AN ORDINARY *
In Birch of all and Oak.
and but for God's blessing in Mahogony Birdseye kinds-Mohogany
HOUSE, AND IF ALL WILL ANSWER THIS APPEAL and .
Oak.
bestowing them upon us be Maple
could PROMPTLY, THE AMOUNT PERHAPS, WILL BE SUFFICIENT China and Crockery
i Commodore Fosnot, of Lake Weir not have survived our double bereave TO PAY FOR THE MACHINE IN TOTO. Mission Furniture
ment. Complete line-Dinner Sets and
ru numbered among the Ocala shop I wish it SURPRISE US, DEAR, GOOD FRIENDS, WITH THIS LITTLE In all the different finishes Odd Pieces
were within
pi* yesterday. my power to CHRISTMAS OFFERING! WHILE EACH SUM WILL BE SMALL *
thank each one individually but
circumstances
IN ITSELF IN THE AGGREGATE IT WILL MAKE A BIG ENOUGH *
Mrs. C. A. Marks returned home force me to leave Ocalaat CHRISTMAS FOR US! All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portiers
Sunday from a visit to her parents: an'early date, and I must content *
I MAKE OUR CHRISTMAS A HAPPY ONE, DEAR, GOOD and Upholstering Goods
Gainesville. myself with this method of
.b expressing :* FRIENDS, EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU BY PERMITTING US *

i I II my appreciation, assuring +our TO SEE THE COLOR OF YOUR CHECKS! Heaters', Ranges Cook Stoves
)lr. and Mrs. Louis W. Duval went friends that the of
memory their tender * * * * *
Full Line of to-date Pictures framed and unframed and Picture
to Leesburg yesterday after- Up- -
down sympathy will ever remain in A.-a-- _
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I brief visit. -- ------- M ou ldi ngs. Full stock: of -
noon for a our grateful hearts.
Silver Tea at the Home of Mrs. G. The V/et and Dry of Florida.
Ocala has been my home for twenty- Farm and / Harness and Saddles
Turpentine Wagons Buggies
Mr. George Easterling will spend T. Maughs. Ocala, Fla., Nov. 30. ,
four years With my lamented husband -
the Christmas holidays with relatives The Episcopal tea at the home of Editor of Lakeland: News:
I have watched with pride its Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth-the Studebaker. .
at his old home in South Carolina.Mr. growth from an unpretentious, villagein Mrs' G. T. Maughs Wednesday afternoon Some time ago (I think about the And carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriages.B'11'ldl'ng .
middle of October) a clipping from
; the woods through all its tryii'icissitudes was a very successful affair
E. T. Williams, after a visit of '" your paper was reproduced in the Sunday tMaterial
until it has become 1 the Brick, Limp, Cement, Plaster, ]
Quite a number were in attendanceand
six months with relatives at Ocala Banner. The
nearly clipping referred paints
prosperous, progressive city of today.: the silver offering was a large Hair, Lath Shingles, and
lis old home in South Carolina is at to was about prohibition in
borne again. We cast our fortunes with its people Florida. As I remember, you made FHntkote Roofing, A.
; long ago. We reared our children one.On the front piazza were displayed the statement that there were only IS uiisWall I -
Ernest Lyles in within its refined and genial atmosphere the membersof White Lead, Variishes i Etc.
Mr, and Mrs. are the articles made by wet counties in Florida. At any rate,
lie city from Knoxville, Tenn., and ; side by side, we journeyedwith the junior auxiliary of the church the number of wet counties was stated Paper. Alabastine and Magnite Wall Paints. .

fffl> spend the Christmas holidays its people until many of our during the past year and a great erronously. The correct number is Call and give us a trial. 8cE,We will not be undersold and will please you

_' ttta relatives here. friends are turned toward the settingsun many of the things were sold. This 16, viz: Brevard, Clay, Dade, Daval,

- of life's journey. fancy work table was presided over Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, Hillstro SVlclver & Mackay.

In a head-on cohesion on the A. C. The scene of the plot of my first by Misses Laura Norwood and Jean Lee, Marion Munroe, Nassau, Orange

.1. Tuesday near McGirt's Creek, the book: was laid in Ocala's fair environ Teague.In Putnam, Santa Rosa, St. Johns.

:f ?ress messenger was killed and ments. With the characters and the dining room delightful chocolate + The list was sent to me by Comptroller

KTeral of the employees injured, one many of my short stories have Ocala coffee, sandwiches and hot biscuit Croom September 24. Since l _

r;.Krkrasly for their setting, until the very name were served by Miss Pauline that time only one wet or dry election

of the place, to me, is associated with Sullivan and Annie Davis, Mrs. Tyd- has been held so far as I know. That a
t ),Ir. Bryan, who is with the mercan-
Itile Company romance and song and story. ings and Mrs. .Clarkson sitting at the was in the county of Hernando, which "
Rheinauer &
firm of Messrs. I
j Who can wonder that I love the table pouring the coffee and choco( I remained dry, as it was already, since \ i
has rented the Perry cottage;
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home of my adoption, as that in my )late. has
the list been changed since the
lem Fort King avenue Instead of :Mr. heart it will ever be my home around; date of Mr. Croom's letter. I have Ocala House Wine Roons

,T. D. Bryan. which the fondest memories of my Moving in the Second Ward., notoiced also in the Times-Union a )

Mr. James Taylor, who is at the life will cling.? Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Powers moved statement that there are only 16 wet

ralTersity of the South, at Sewannee, I go to a new home and there amid yesterday into their new home +oa counties in the state. The statement: TRY OUR '

"Tenn. for the first term, arrived : new. surroundings, hope in time. to Wautula street, "hieh they recently is attributed to the president of the
: learn submission to God's will andto purchased from Mr. N. M. Allred.
home yesterday afternoon for the ,W. C. T. U.
Christmas holidays. be able to continue my chosen+ Mr. T. D. Bryan and family are moving Yours truly-W. T. Gary in Lakeland OLD LlEGHANy

f work. When that work is done, be info the Hilburn cottage on Or- News.

Mr. Bernard Seligman, of Columbus, it early or late, my final resting auge avenue just vacated by Dr. and

t#,Coy is In the city and will remain until -' place will be in Ocala's beautiful city Mrs. Powers. Mr,..Joho W. .Stevens, the solid '

after New Year with his wife and of the dead-Greenwood cemetery To ay Dr. and Mrs. Walter* Hood and substantial farmer of Fort McCoy PURE YE.

"baby at the home of Mr. and Mrs. there to slumber beside the loved will begin moving into the Bryan was in Ocala Wednesday. He

Charles Peyser. ones gone before; to await the daywhen house on Wautula street next to Dr. has just returned from south Florida

'" all mists will be cleared away Powers' which they have just pur where he has been for ten days witha

t We received a check yesterday from our vision, and we shall see that; chased. sick son, who was critically ill with

J printed in six different colors, but i all God's plans were right, "and whatwe : Both Dr. Powers and Dr. Hood will rheumatism. He was able to brine: Put up 4 full Ots

any color looks good to us. Send any dreamed reproof was love most make a number of new changes and him up to Ocala Tuesday and !eft -I .

good readers. improvements on their new residences. Wednesday with him for Fort :McCoy 4
t old check along, dear, true. in Fancy Cartoons '
universal and that with the tender nursing
f; Help us get in touch with this Sincerely, hopes
BEATRICE MAREAN. he will receive there that his recovery

prosperity. Ocala, Fla., Dec. 1906. Notice to the Patrons of the Postoffice. will be speedy.Ir.: Sevens Delivered at your ,.

Mr. Ben Boyd, formerly with December 23rd the postoffice will says that the groves in south Florida

Messrs. S. R. Pyles & Trimble, of the Court News. be' open from 9 o'clock a. m., to I 12 are showing the effects of the drouth Express Office

: Standard Phosphate company, was Wednesday morning the court was clock m., for the receipt of registered and that rain is the great need of

f registered at the Ocala House yesterII : busy in the trial of the case of Rachel+ matter. that section as it is of this section '

f day and was renewing old acquaintances Owens, who was charged with an at- By an order of the department the just now. Conditions he says are becoming For $3.20. ,
She threw rent have been changed ; r.
11 f" in this city. temp.t to commit mayhem. rates for box alarming.A .
potash in her husband's face and ; effective January 1, 1907, as follows

h;:"* recently The Ocala taken Electric an inventory Light plant of hasV the found tried to guilty put his and eyes will out.have She to serve was :rented Small for boxes 25 cents that and have 50 heretofore cents+ ings articles handsome&, Co.'sEmblem manicure line sets of, etc.ladies', at toilet Tyd- Regular $ J00 a Quart Whiskey; write fot :

I Incandescent lights in use in this city two years in the pen. Two women per quarter will be CO cents per quar- omplete Price list.

li and finds that the number approaches had been acquitted who had been ter.; The rates for the large boxes pins and buttons of all

Ocala when her sentence 75 cents, $1. and $1.50 owing "all Weihe, The Jeweler
I1 three thousand. It shows that tried for murder and will remain kinds, new.

\\l Is making steady strides forward. was passed and she was being to size, as heretofore. x Ocala House Wine Rooms. .
taken to jail she said: "I orter killeddat GEO.. C. CROM, P.- M.St. .
I The following are the newly elected+ nigger and den dey would have Large line gold and gold filled neck

i f oflcers! of the Odd Fellows: Jake+ turned me loose." James Mission School Building.We chains, "all new." Weihe, The Jew OCALA. FLORIDA. 'o- s st il>
V. G. have force of carpenters at eler. x .
a
E. Bryant, ; :
hj Brown N. G.; W. In the afternoon the case against
H. Benjamin, work on the building that was startedby + ------ ,
J. -
IfT.. D. Bryan Sec.; George Howard was tried. He was t
| Treas.; E. Jeffords, Trustee. The 'acted for assault with intent to+ the late William Giles. We are I r ,
stalled on Jan- anxious to commence school in FRECKLES AND PIMPLES .
k new officers will be in tand was found guilty. very

| nary second. ,. J. Commodore, jr., who was triedthe his; building after the Christmas.amount needed We : REMOVED In Ten Days.Nadmola. i '
not received
of diamond lave
a
before for larceny
"* Ensign Robert Allen Burford arriv- day pin, was sentenced to two years. and we hope that he people of Ocala j .-.

e'n in Ocala yesterday afternoon to will readily sign the list when presented The Complexion +.......................................... .........
spend the Christmas holidays with his Is Your Work Progressive? to /

I parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford. There are nearly of five New million York people; lessthan them.JOHN B. BROWN, Pastor. i Beautifier by thousands is endorsed WANT BIG CROPS THEN USE IDEAL FEIJTILIZEIJ

He will be in the ciy for ten days. in the two greater million city twenty years ago. Committee: John H. Brown, George i 6 of grateful ladies and I

> Since leaving Ocala about two months Then it took an hour for a streetcar Giles, Oliva Evans, Levi Alexander, I guaranteed to remove OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU
5' ago Ensign Burford has been with to go to 59th Street; now eight John B. Brown. all facial discolorations :

C'; his ship at Boston Mass. minutes through the subway. I and restore tie {"FLORIDA VEGETABLES"-A com- "IRISH POTATOES"-Book on
done with onegallon .
is Knowing.
? Now more painting Worth beauty of youth. TIc + plete manual on Florida crops. "Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultivation
I t Miss Sue Barco came in yesterdayfrom I of the L. & M.mixed than paint.with twogallons That Allcock's of medical Plasters science are andskill the I worst cases in twenty days 50c. and $1.00 Effect of Fertilizers, Digging
result
of ordinal highest
will leave to- at t all leading Jug stores, cr by mail
Cotton Plant and Besides the L. & M. Zinc hardensthe and in ingredients and method J"FLORIDA ORA\GES"-Book of and Shipping."
TOILET CO.,
I Prepared by NATIONAL Pars Teas
day for Miami, where she will spend L. & M. White Lead and makes lave never been equaled. : special interest to orange grow "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING"
1 the winter with her sister, Mrs. J. I the L. & M. Paint wear like iron for That they are the original and genuille ers. special interest to pineapple

M. Jackson and Mrs. S. L. Patterson. 10 to 15 years.Four porous plasters upon whose repu- =
i withthree growers.
gallons L. & M. mixed lion imitators trade. I
l gallons Linseed Oil will paint amoderate That Allcock's plasters never fail It DIC09tOttal. "FLORIDA STRA WBERRIES"- "IDEAL FERTILIZERS"-Book ;
Capt. R. D. Harrison, of Leesburg ized house. to perform their remedial work quick- -""- ----- -- i Booklet on "Soil, Varieties, Cul all of our different brands analy

a former citizen of this county, was Actual cos L. & M. about $1.20 pergallon. hand" effectually. R. D'FULLI P.. L. F. BLALOCK. tivation and Fertilization." ses, prices, etc.
here Wednesday. He is one of the That for weak back, rheumatism, & BLALOCK.
J most unique characters of the old L. & M. made for one-third of acentury. colds, lung trouble, kidney difficulties, JiULLER i New and revised edition of the above just published, free for asking
strains and all local pains they are. in Dentists. -
|| times and his friends are always glad I Sold by Mclver & MacKay, Ocala, valuable. Over Mop roe & Chambliss Bank Ocala Fla.T t'

lito give him the welcome hand. Florida.___ That when :you buy Allcock's plasters i WILSON & TOOMER FERILTIZER COMPLY,
you obtain the best plasters E.P'GGS. i
I, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Jackson of At the Ocala Music Store. made.A : JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

I ;; Electra Mrs. J. J. Williams, and and Mrs.Mr. The' 'Ocala Music "Company, jewel. recent letter from Mrs. J. P. Hilburn (ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.Office tn Gary- gnew Block.) :............,..+.++...... .M.... *+.......fr+_..14414

I. Ben Williams, of Homosassa. sept out invitations theirfriends PfmUDA.EDWIN : --F:
have
ers, who is still at Trinidad, Colo, OCALA
I f and Mrs W. S. Priest, of Daisy, were call and inspect their stock
to improve
; states that she still continues to
If visitors Wednesday and were complete + SPENCER. LANDS.
to Ocala which includes a .
to
of goods, but that she will not return
1 kept interviewing Santa Claus. and anniversary -
busy line of holiday, wedding' Florida for a month or two yet. She ATTORNEY-AT-LA W,
If you have lands you Irish to sell, lease or rent;
presents.The weather there is -S-y 7LOKIDA
of that the now OCALA. :
fl Mr. Lon K. Edwards, manager at IrI invitations gives a list ofsome says perfectly charming. She says thatshe or if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing, ;
II ;
the Crate & Basket factory CHASE.
E.
; Wednesday and of the various things that theyhave keeps up with her Florida friends J turpentining or lumber purposes, .
[ j Tine was In Ocala f
of goodsthis
brisk in his in stock. Their line through he columns of this paper andshe DENTIST, ..
m nays that business Is so unusually large andsplendid OCALA FL Write to
1&lectloa section that parE season Is an wishes for her Ocala friends amerry
and In every Christmas shoppers -

|K-' adozlcal to ruin everything.as it may seem Scarcity, it is of about laborW.and of one Ocala and and the vicinity will bewise ?ar.Today's. Chrismas and a happy New CARLOS L. 6ISTRDNK. BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.

call before
if they give them a ATTORNEY-AT-UW.
at his FLORIDA.
tranportaUon'is the cry i OCALA
purchasing : ads are i Interesting reading room 4. Ma*:sic Building
B| mill as it Is everywhere else.
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BANNERFRANK THE TRUSTEES AT WORK. WHY? I EDITOR L'ENGLE DENIES THE I I A WAIL. I '

THE OCALA WHOLE STORY ECOULTiI i REST

Now that It Is an over, there's no Mr. J. K. Barton through the Atlanta Our laws are being Bryanized. I i ,

HARRIS, Editor.P. harm in admitting the fact that the Georgian propounds the following Down in :Manatee county there and RyaoUed.

V. Leavengosd, Business Managr.I trustees of the internal Improvement questions: tires and edits a freak called and Zionizai '

Our sports are being candified NIGHT OR D DAY f f1i
--- -I fund were severely jolted by the de- I would like to propound a few U toot. He qualifies for the or dandified I I

ATO Tt w feat of the drainage amendment questions to your observant readers. freak class because his head is and Andined. I :

They were placed in an embarassIng i These are the ordinary things seen I I just like his foot. This Our art Is a mockeryof I \ itatiag Stun tiMor-Whole

"i'w .' position, because the loss of the !in catcre by everyone. Few of your sideshow star gave little Willie Ring- BofceryCeaeteehery.- I .
l Body A&cted-SeJp Itched Aft
money they expected to derive from i readers hawt jailed to see the very worm Cirter a chance last week to 'I

3fr 4 the special tax, brought them face to I things I iuQafre! about lip about me by framing up and print Good words that Sh***.eMe erl"' +ed ,I tte Tfoe Md Hw BigM to fall I

face with a dilemma which as usual, f Why do the winds always travel ing in his paper a ghost story of my i are ..... -Wwfeffri fcatlt From

I, from east to &>uih and west like failing to appear for trial at the last i cVcM Teslit.We've ..K* .

had two horns. 'I I r the tan4 en a watch? term of court, and thereby imposing. turned with CaauitettJ APPLICATION OFCUTICURA
i Horn No. 1, was to stop the work, insanity
I i Why do the winds always blow in on my bondsmen.

_suspend I i I a Spiral or like the threads of a L&utfoot (not mentioning- heads) and n*,. REMEDIES

I : right hard screw? even dragged out some chains and Our iDUMriM are deilttador .
The Banner believing those
Motto ,
; one "I Ml Bar without c,Itiruraa
Why do whirlwinds always travelIn clanked 'in some to make his: ghost TrattUM
at the 'well able td take care of :
top krill Cuticura
Horn No. 2, was to sell the public tJlrJI..t th* i tneJ
themselves, has taken its stand in the the shape of a funnel from left to story realistic. Well, the handcuffs or tNMtited. till) a..& "UHf-1Abp .'y L31rt, "
barricades with the people lands in their charge at the low price right haven snapped yet and the fibs of Or eke 1 e1're supevadead part of Jay fay trbeis b>..i> '--n to

common offered for overflowed lands and keep and Morgaaiaed Mfc. I old nut ts'v n. *a B- < ,i itat j$'
light-headed and editorsdon't
JIr.tH in light-footed
and its fight will be made for the bets Why flow a rotary I
the work going on. and gorgaaised.! fta*. bat & be un '<. r r w n- aJ the _
Urment of thou at the bottom. mot cn' faze me even when they are fir, and then I bar. ,
< IH
I I Ii Either one of these horns looked M.'lI1AIlf f
--1 \vhare the fand-bars in a stream j I endorsed by the wearer of a 6 3-4 hat Bu* courage heart, aad do Mt fust: nand Im4 ai ku4s' t.._:;.. 6Ii of.r

-- --- i wicked enough to scare the average I I always on the left bank t,Tallahassee Sun.I' Depew aad Platt are with a* yetArthus All .... that .tie r.'. ta netulr i i tot "

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1006. t official with a sacred trust to perform -! When clouds form and are blown I ; Gritermaa in N.0.. Ttstaa/a. alit htaaon; t.i 1 ?t. .-M> "II .** .4

for the correct discharge of 1 j I! Gainesville in t4et..a. .M, .s .'..t
The Tavares Herald has abandoned I away with precipitation, what becomes ; 1911. -.I IdIed r'J.
which he was responsible to his conscience The New York World ta iu loses of .: -;--
of the moisture which formed Npw we are having our Coney Island .. I ..
tl cartoon service. I I 11& M a! 1-' s .1gat
and to the people. th. clouds? I only six miles away on a beautiful December 13th ha, a tartest of alone m .... pe f f z w' f..i,.

Bishop Warren A. Chandler preached And the trustees gave the dilemma When two streams flow together and I i lake; we are having water carnivals man carrying a ball aid ehaia I s3add bsji to rtrn *.vi r..y f.afrr ......

much anxious thought as they I i motor boat 'hotels I pursuing hit solitary way to 91a.: ststid rtq it awi.*.. cud it *.* awe
in Gainesville Sunday. loral a third why does the water ; races; the on kef toiaw. I OMid ar4 rest tint ,* fay
looked at the two horns presented to I the i sing. This tone maa it labeUed >...
lake
are doing a wonderful business f"l
from he left hand stream always flow A JMM4 **tod saes nr ate ** ,taPkedias
Pensacola claims to have the best. them.If over that of the right hand stream;j: ; real estate is nearly doublein I ham and the World gives this FietUt.1 aed J dui, road th hr'ss, r

equipped Y. M. C. A. In Florida. they took hold of the first and vice value; every business around the 'as the result cf J rosar i oft r..' II .luau .!...... at tr..,e.iatf'Ly. f.1f
or versa the water from the 'r'
abandoned the work, they would have assertions that K is his U abnat Jew faesita J ..J4 tau a ha'4
I Is doing three the business purpose Ii j
square times -
The secretary of the treasury will right hand stream flow under? I 1 Mil ...f a.. nd tar sp;1 'bei
establish a new subtreasury In the the consciousness of duty unperformed. Why does a floating object such as of ISO"and the stock of the i'prosecute to the biter .a4 etoty ,.- ( Iaa'1 gtis$ o .... boaty:

They are directed by law to car- a lo oj tree as it travels down stream road company is a paying investment son against whom it U aoatibls to' : eks .-.c Wc..r. .w br 'he

couth. ry on the work of drainage and reclamation I There are royalties from hotels, obtain evidence showtej the casasaevjsk I time ..tout botwu rt C. xfrtts'ia I trMt
always turn over from left to right? j
which law has been affirmedby i >...tit euwd. Mat eav skid w'.....
The President is never so happy as If any readers will answer these!from auto 'busses, from quick lunchrooms >n of a criminal oslert. Geoca; srt.r, ... bill I ""* U' r .... tit'thaliv

*ben be stats himself and takes his judicial decisions and had not been qaestooe: I will be glad and it will and from merry-go-rounds and Burnham jr., is the .olevicted petsoe ttsse- 1 .. aq ssmip. 1.u'"

pen In hand. affected by the vote on the drainage suggest many natural phenomena, familiar other amusement companies on the by Proe tia* Attenwr Je-j I ... slat ... -p ..f1...a. J .;

amendment lake. rome says thee1I' York W..... aOaweek H Mip snow Cstlntte f1\ laaeat e4 -
but unnoticed. Suggestions as ieee. stet a'.1 .... f1 wrdd
All roads lead to Washington and If they took hold of the second horn I There is enough prosperity to go oAetol ta tie ttMwrf I*
i to the foregoing to Professor Maury 01' C t. -L 1 .tit MVIf hi
most of them lead lobbyist there.- and sold overflowed land at low led to the establishing of the weather I''around for everybody from electric surance company's ogee. TV Mf officials tliaietat[ k. .1. 1I11r f fII'

Louisville -JournaL price to get money to carry out their bureau.In light company down to every boot have all escaped.President 'It r

obligations to drain they would do black on the square.-Writer in Oct. 27, KM. Lirprrar, feiteat

Even a grand jury is powerless to i the thing .their judgment told them I Gainesville Sun. Roosevelt is tona ....1

bring a train into Ocala on schedule j was not the best thing to do. a" recent letter to "My Dear own little troeMe Seaator ).... kECE1tfD[ ) IIll.e t ;
Maria, Mrs. Bellamy Storer) preSI-
lime.-Peneacola oJurnal. At several meetings I attended the Mr. David R. Lowry of Cleveland of Idaho In hie place la the senate : .
i I dent Roosevelt said that he was anxious "I u\. ...,i rut ittft 11{:."' ,f"t f..
trustees discussed the matter earnestly 0., in a communication to the New openly charges that to helped to! e&a ;
b I Lfits ....t ',
Hon. Frank Clark wants more money to have the Pacific slope represented li1' A and suggestions were offered to I York World, ih somewhat alarmed elect the MOTBOB uekei la Ttaa I mitt aU ,..;: ,JIf'f9ft. tp.. '. H.+.a.
as a congressman and puts a in his cabinet and told how
up overcome the dilemma. Chief among over the attitude of Japan and says his simplified teeliiag is twMtf brain 1Htb that ai the ll.lJ -.rs .t ....
mighty good speech in support of it. admirably New England was repre- .. f'wn4 .
a4 K u r wva .q to aui s..
her
that and
these was the one made by Mr. diplomats are crafty she the bOtIH'&ad a PwuM/hnaBta
sented. He might also have enlargedon tit, AI thole Itlsnot ate lfI ,',,JIII,
Now is Teddy's glorious summer Croom, to the governor. The Comptroller the admirable qualities of his two is now friendly to the United States judge rebukes his eeeretary at sate. if taaad lit Jin lid. J.. _trd t.. ,....

made biting winter weather by. con proposed that the governorcall I New York and told I because it is her policy to be so but Mr. Root for ttjrta at a pvbtk bequet adad that io alt twtiwvs "' hieaiat
representatives
her ultimate aim is dominate Asia s, ... r. A. Liessid.Jtles .
greg sitting down on some of his pet the legislature together in extra to "that soccer or later all power.
the middle
now west was representedso 3I II .. PaParis
measures session and ask it to provide moneyto I and that when that time arrives it would pass to the federal govemsMOt. .. ..Slum f
a
far as his appointments the >0. [
continue the work of As go will be unfortunate for the world. Asa a $stl ... + Mi
drainage. south has no part in the or "that the life of the atk Use la'' ,. If er.. t

Thousands of democrats are said tote the governor alone had this power federal Union. In his recent : remedy Mr. Lowrie suggests that the power of the .......1ItIadtaIr. __ ___ r

deserting Senator Bailey in Texan he alone would have borne the re supreme court and diplomatic .Great Britain Germany France and -- --- II- "Iem..".

and the Indications are that he sponsibility. He declared against it, appointments the south is as usual !the United States forn an alliance: to! } Thomas Applevard.. editor I often woftrfor if ,j.* .

will be defeated for re-election. for the reason that no necessity existed maintain the peace of the 'world and of the Lake City Index, aajr thai to hare ta sort M I sad >!(t.'h' !, a
systematically ignored. The southern
for the expenditure of twenty that when this alliance is formed would have reciv4 the auartajitloa certata mUroa4 oAee ?1'tUt' r ...
section does net seem to enter into II
Frank E. Grimes, former treasurer. thousand dollars of public money. He that it shall require the disarmament of for sargeant at arm ta ito best at tarn par We a OM to i.' 1
the! president's If a
of Kansas, has paid to the state: sai'I tha- the trustees had as much calculations. both Japan and China. Suppose, however Washington had it MX beta for Joie a. *'".. aJ reaiata M d.tt .a -
southern man were president and
fJ.S! 1.::;; to settle an alleged shortage I law 1.0as: any legislature called r that Japan, China and Russia Sharpe William. tatt *e dtoHto for tata tfetaflt ate eiaoad a.. .*.t 'I ,,' r
should absolutely ignore the north in t
In his office for four years prior to could give them. should form an alliance for the peace anything I that Domes from Florida.' Mr. tea &.... !. .d II p. ... an 1. ,
all cabinet judicial! and diplomatic
1'//S.! The law taxing the lands benefittedwas of the world and require the disarmament William dislike for Florida to n4ator itoBMMth. ....., of $:
appointments. as the south is Ig- 1
still in force and when the courts of Great Britain, Germany brought about becau* of ata dtottto ffBte ..., v. M slat a
nored, would it not create howl I
During a nightmare W. W. Thomas decided the constitutionality of the a France and the United States? The for Congressman tamar K tto kUttaf to those .teeaj W J ;

a farmer living near HopkinsvIHe act, the trustees couldj proceed as from the Atlantic to the Pacific best policy ttf inaugurate leading to disarmament things said of Joaa Sharpe WUHaau .' *. IS poMde lea lllsa i i ;

Ky., sprang from hIs bed, fell and received drainage commissioners to tax and oceans? Some of the New York and it strikes us, would be for are true he matt certateir to a tnr. roar ate av. I ftftafc toj. hi, .. 1\ ;

injuries which resulted in his drain. He reminded the other trus- New England newspapers would havea the nation desiring it is to set the ex row minded man aad is a my lay ref.1h toe taveed tit ......... 'tfund 1 "
high case of jim-jams.
death.
tees that the only question decided I ample. If all- nations were disarmed I proper person to be the rs,as.ata- Clork hi ,,-"- 16..r..... -

The death of lira. W. B. Henderson, by the vote at the recent election Brazil is now advertising in the and would do so voluntarily it would I live of a great national party.In j

wife of one of the most prominentmen w?'j the one of making the drainage fruit trades journals of this country make war impossible. Big armies, I The A.t* Mesh. 1

of 'Tampa is announced by the get a part of the constitution. He the deliciousness of her oranges and big navies and big guns are put on Lancaster county Petsa 'IniM. Road (to hue*. o.=! j t

Tampa papers. It has caused universal said that the trustees could proceed pineapples. She says her orangesare fcot for the purpose of war. It is ali there are two big duck fa rn. bat 'M TIll Me tile..! tt. j

sorrow / with the work of reclamation as trus- the finest in the world both in fudge about war preparations meaning bggest! duck farms in the Unite Statos Why. tto bawds; vert tiu.boat .- n e i r

trees and that it was their sworn dutyto size and flavor and grow like any preparations!' for peace. are at Delaware Gap. In fact there to hi love wHfe a baa****, t

It is believed that the bill being do so. The full power to sell lands other indigenous tree. She says also are many breeding places in ati part P *hfd, bat bee efwei tutor 'IMerael
President Roosevelt has receivedthe
framed by the rivers and harbors committee and apply the proceeds to drainageand I that her pineapples are of the finest of the country to supply our great Cadtlla*. toreos tor. tu tnsrr. i
Noble"prize of from Norway
will not be reported before reclamation still existed in the variety and grow luxuriantly. Florida $40,009 cities with the delicate and trader We red Toledo
for being the world's
the middle of January and it may hands of the trustees.Mr. once made'the boast that her oranges greatest spring duck but the United States .te --. -- -

carry as much as $70,000,000. Ellis agreed with the governoras were the "best In the world" and fora peace champion. This, of course Is! not in it in the duck line compared Ahead ta Hit L.*.... ef N.-ts.

tc the power and duty of the trus- long time made good her boast based on his successful efforts in terminating with China. It is said there are mere )I.M Theodore atojito, who .ha uaJ,

Chief Engineer Stevens has just arrived tees. He expressed himself in this and her oranges were always at the the war between Russia ducks raised in China than In ail S6M.... a ,..,. to to awrryTheodore aswi

In New York and says 17,000 language: "We got ourselves in a top of the market and were suppliedto and Japan and he is clearly entitled other parts of the world combined. )see.srd Maxis D'Albert etUynes

work the and it to the prize; yet it cannot be denied D'AUIjr. Isle ofof ebeaalaeeeand .
men are at on Panama canal. hole believing we were right the toniest places, receiving the I
There has not been ARE RIGHT that President Roosevelt is carryinga The New York World about l'igtipay ctrl '4Dangeaw
a death since we were right then, WE highest prices, but it is not any long. moans mats t
July and there is very lisle sickness.The NOW." The Florida have big chip on his shoulders and is the miserable quality of the representation
er sox oranges received
Then came the solution to the difficulty a black The shipment of anxious for a scrap with most any old of its state In the senate. If ; I

federal grand Jury at Salt Lake which enabled the trustees to eye. nation on earth. He wants to put the World had been a democratic Happy L.tIMt.-
worthless and immature fruit did the
has returned indictments the United States on a splendid war the critical -I love the realjM ofGrapBter 1IIeaft. said
against a escape both horns of the dilemma.At business. Rigid steps ought to be newspaper at points when

Dumber of railroads, corporations and a meeting held last Saturdaythe taken to the of footing and advocates a strong navy the republicans gained the ascendency' with a Ma K -vher ear*
prevent shipment
Individuals .In connection with coal proposition from the Florida Coast and a large standing army. Insteadof in New York for the selection of propee/tea plwasw. aaad alr we I' '
green fruit. It is hurtful and has already vHe."
land frauds and discriminations putting the United States on a Platt and Depew' the
Line and Transportation companywas done the whole state great state would
against detailed at "war footing," why does he not ad- have remained
shippers.A accepted. This is democratic and It
harm. Alligator
I bag and Irdat beeps
__ vocate putting it on a "peace footing" would have been
length and in full in the story printed spared its 'oe.- for
ladies .
and use his efforts in dismantlingthe -an BW." "'..... The J*'
laity resident of Bradford county In this issue. Senator Burkett of Nebraska, this Tampa Times. eler.
FloiMa, 90 years of is growing a I navies of the world and the armies I ;
age The trustees have the money necessary week asked permission in the senate -
-
i'rv crop of teeth, according to the t of the world? If there were no According to the second f
to carry on drainage operations. to have printed as a senate docu- :annual report -
Biu'-e Telegraph. Florida is boundto without selling any overflowed land ment a "History of the Congressional navies, no armies and no guns there of the British Cotton Growing HELP Is Offered to ;

lay well up in the front.-ApalachuiIa frf low price Cemetery." Immediately to his right could be no wars and all nations .Association, the production of cotton Worthy Young People

Times. And this money\ was saved to the were seated Senator Morgan of Ala- would be at peace and the doctrine of grown under its auspices In 1JK G is We earnestly. reqoeat i iotC!

------.- state l It y the action of the trustees in bama, aged eighty-two, and his colleague Cnrist would be established throughout estimated at 20,000 bales worth persons, no natter how limited clack

Labels showing that the contents arc refused to deed lands recklesslygranted Senator Pettus aged eighty- the world. 11,300,000, whereas this industry was thorough means or buaiaeM education who itolre a

blends or compounds of spirits must by lslatures past and gone. five. On a sofa in the rear of the As an indication of how near to total non-existing four years ago in the cols position to write tntelas at OM and for fool oft

be placed on all bottles in which such! This happy consummation by which chamber reclined Representative elimination is sectional feeling in onies where the association has achieved greet half rate offer. 8uccea. iad..
liquor is sold under a ruling which' these results. l>*Q th.J great work of reclamation was Bankhead who recently was electedby
the United States incident that -write
an anteed. Dea't today.GD. .
will be announced soon by the Pure .
reduced to the present tense from. Alabama as an alternate senatorto _
took place this week is of interest.
Food Commission, which has been reviving -Ilhe.]t!I tonieiirae: distant and uncertain! hold himself in readiness to step For several years Boston has prized We wonder if the president "dears" ..ala. Bus.College, MaconCo. 1 J

and studying standards for future, vas made possible by the veto -, into the shoes of either of the senators all his letters to his feminine correspondents :J
highly a tattered and torn Confederate -
whiskey and other products. by Governor Broward of the bill who may die. Senator Morgan ? But those "Dear Maria" 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
battle flag captured In New Orleans
I 0..0
passed, last sessiou extending the looked over at Bankhead and then letters are not in themselves wrong jO'
by "Ben" Butler. Some few
Mr. Root's speech has greatly intensified time for it decided to return
ago was
the feeling of F e0
states right even The Canal company was willingto "Pretty live subject, this congressional penchant for letter writing. o *
among the most intense republicans. the banner to New Orleans. Mayor Dr. D. M. BONEY' e 0
make a contract to extend the graveyard matter eh '
# Pettus? of'Boston 0
Fitzgerald Eyesight
One venerable republican in discussing.I wort to the S,.Johns river, thus,open- Both the aged senators laughed, accordingly President Roosevelt conveys hs Specialist0

q It In Washington is reported to have';lug u' a water route between Jack While Mr. Bankhead looked uncom brought the old flag to Washington impressions of Porto Rico to congressfor I i -

said: "I looked upon Mr. Root as the one \ I fortable. his week, and when he met, Mayor all the world like a serial
story for
"I looked Mr. Root the Behrinan of New Orleans, at the wa- _i'iRJt:1t
upon _as one j I I some newspaper or magazine. He ahs i c .
terways convention, to which both
invariably safe and sane spot .In the thousand dollars In cash besides for I Henry Watterson. was in Spain two an exceedingly penchant for dP.Mn..Y"
---
were delegates he in-
announced his
administration and now that last comfort i lands improperly deeded, because the* I I.years ago and' at a banquet given in five articles, and writes well.

is taken from me." governor's veto of the bill extendingthe his honor just on the eve of his departure tention of surrendering it. Mayor ,

again tor the land of the fair Behrman promptly replied that New The department
lime left it without a franchise.We of agriculture estimates
The Jacksonville TI es-Unlo1. the have raid it before and we say Castillians, he said that he confessedto Orleans didn't want it. The war was the total productloq of cotton-I .

Jacksonville Metropolis, the Pensa- it aga.nTHE: a feeling of a little shame over our over the old differences had been for- In the United tates for the

cola: Journal the Pensacola News TRUSTEES WILL GO ON Cuban war when he saw whom we gotten and national patriotism was year at 6.001,72G.OOO pounds present equiva I II

and several other state papers have DIGGING were fighting against-a mere ghostof too freely established to require out lent to 12,546,000 bales of 500 pounds I

Issued mammouth Christmas editions, And !before the cash on hand is expended a nation, against a huddle of child- ward evidences. The two mayors gross weight. !0 ;
parted the best of friends .and Boston I make a 0 -
of
ranging from forty to eighty-four I ren two specialty
enough lands will be reclaimed thousand years old. 'Twas O'
These show the "tremendous like undoubtedly has more respect When in the premises of correcting eyes where oth 0
pages. papers giant '
which can oe sold at an AVERAGEOF a fighting an infant So Cornell university ers fall b
growth of their respective TEN DOLLARS per acre. TO wrote also General Grant about our for New Orleans as New Orleans is said to have laid 225 eggs S Satisfaction 0 0.

cities and Incidentally the of with must have for Boston. in less than ten months. O' guaranteed
growth COMPLETE THE ENTIRE UNDER war Mexico. lIe said it was But so few or"money refunded. 0 -

the entire state. In no branch of human TAKING-Tallahassee: Sun. really pitiful to behold the Mexican. Some of our merchants threaten to farmers can afford to give their hensa O' ---- s 0

; endeavor does Florida show army. Yet those of.us who know no i quit buying winter for college education. Washington o s OPTICAL PARLORS 0
goods
more enterprise than In the .publication Emanuel Nobel head of the family' better make the American Beagle that the Post. O. 2 and 4 Gary Balldin e 0
reason we haven't
_. of her newspapers. They have of that name, has sent a telegram to scream about our victories over thos had any win 0' Ocala, Florida. 0;

made the most marvelous strides, in the 'president, congratulating him on nations and we swell up with national> ter. weather" for two years. "UW.. Standard Oil Interests it is report. O. 00_

the-past quarter;of a century winning the peace prize.. pride. the use? they say, "when ladies wear ed In New York have acquired controlof 00' s 0 .
;. ; .white dressess all winter long." .
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F I j VOL. 41, NO. 26.

( OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1906. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
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'\ MISS SARA ELIZABETH, HARRIS. MRS. SISTRUNK 1

4 4to Local Editor. EON GIVES LUNCH Ham Hocker, Mrs. Brantley A. Weathers The Daug ter'a Meeting Friday After Meeting of the King's Daughters.The sure that the soociety will run
FOR .
::1t o ;:;..- TWO BRIDES. Mrs. Ephraim L. Carney and her noon. King's Daughters held a meet- smoothly during the next year and

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Among the most-beautiful of the sister, Mrs. W. Moore Scott, Mrs. The monthly meeting of the Dicki-I, ing in the Elk's club rooms yesterday will be the means of bringing cheer: F

:t : social events given in Ocala Robert Allen Burford, Mrs. George son Chapte'l)1. D. C., was held Friday -i morning. It was well attended and it to many a lonely heart.

H Frederick Dittmer, Mrs. Donald! E. afternoon: Mrs. N. I. Gottlieb
tel "i Mr, and )Ir.. W. Moore, of Lake recently was the luncheon at which en- was unanimously decided to continuethe Scaffold.
In Mrs. Simeon T. McIver. and Mrs. E. K. Nelson. tertatning-them at her home on South organization and sixteen new Fell From. t a
Weir, were Ocala Sistrunk
2 Friday and Sat- entertained One of the workmen on the new -
itft : | doing their Saturday afternoon in Second street. members were added to the role. The i
ardI1 Christmas compliment
he'8"J shop- to Planting Onions at the Marion Farms. I court house happened to a serious ac- '
two of the fall brides, Mrs. The meeting was a particularly large following officers were elected for
,- it pJnr.f Louis The Marion Farms cident afternoon..
are busily engaged early Saturday
and enjoyable After the
Weyman Duval and Mrs. George one. readinglof the coming year:
Hen- this week in planting onions. While standing on a scaffold putting .
or 111'1. C. C. Sanders passed through drre Harrbcn. the minutes by the secretary, Mrs. Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, president; Mrs.
While on a visit to the farms a few I the finishing touches to some of the
I the business
Ocala Friday afternoon on her The luncheon was served at Carney regular was Charles Rheinauer, secretary, Mrs.
way one
tlla days ago and in conversation with transacted. Several members stone work of the building the scaffold
to Dunnellon from a visit to relatives o'clock and the table around which new Jake Brown, treasurer. The vice-
: the manager, Mr. Wayter L. Taylor, made at this tilted and he fell to the ground, _
west Florida. the twelve guests application meetingand presidents, one from each church, are
ld. were seated
tIn was he informed us that they would plant monument a distance of more than fifteen feet,
the read
I especially handsome in its report was Mrs S. A. Standley, Baptist; Mrs. W.
Z appoint more extensively this year than they breaking one of his legs in two places.A .
Mrs. Joe Turner and by Mrs. Edward Badger. There is
i baby, of Dunn- ments and decorations. In the W. Clyatt, Methodist; Mrs. D. M.
center did last. That he will number of people rushed to his as-
<* plant eighteenacres
h-elton. spent the day in Ocala now $564.22 in the treasury for the
't Friday of the table was placed bowl ofbrilo's Smith, Catholic; Mrs. H. C. Groves,
r. a this He said that he "I sistance and made him as comfortableas
:year.
tad were the guests of Mrs. monument and. the ladies are receiv-
Turner'saunt
roses and ferns. Christian; Mrs. Jake Brown, Jewish
:Tl The place
1 j. t Mrs. Walter Hood. cards wore heart shaped cards and had received a letter from his com- I ing every encouragement in their efforts synagogue; Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Pres- possible until a physician could
a
mission merchant in New York pay- I to erect handsome Confederate reach him. Dr. Newsom was called
ar a byterian.The .
long. temmed '
4 Judge McKinney Barton, of Knox- carnation was attachedto ing the farm a very fine complimenton I I monument I:> in the court house and rendered him the necessary atten

4.. t.: tllle, Tenn., has joined his wife at earl cf the "ds. their splendid onions. He said I square. main thing discussed at this tion. The unfortunate man, whose

' the home of his sister, Mrs. E. K. At the place of eri of the Inno- that they had gotten disgusted with After the' meeting delightful ice Feting was a dinner and Christmas name is D. Castello, was taken to the
0 t guests was a minature trunk filled presents for as many of the poor of
Florida onions in the past few Marion county hospital where he is
4 Nelson for a Christmas visit. years cream and cake were served by the
\ -with roses. The trunks were tied the pity as can be reached.Mr. .
4 i but that since receiving the Marion hostess, assisted by Misses Nellie now resting very comfortably. J
Mr. F. D. Pooser and wife of with white satin ribbon and covered Farms Jake Brown, of the Teapot
onions
9 : ;" Ocala, the past season they Gottlieb, Hellen Brown and Elizabeth
)- ;;f are visiting their son, Mr. Sam with labels and small slippers, suchas were considered the finest in New Newsom. Grocery, will receive the donationsfor Touched for Seven Hundred and Nine

I Pooser, until. after the Christmas usually adorn the trunk of a bride. York markets and that he hoped for Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall and this purpose. Provisions, toys ty Dollars. ,.

I ,. holidays.-Tampa News. Six courses were beautifully served big onion shipments for the Marion Mrs. Frank* Harris were appointed a and money will be most acceptableand On Friday night at Dunnellon some

and after the luncheon an appropriate Farms the those who wish to contribute !sneak thief entered the room of locomotive
coming
season.In
committee to a special histor-
Mr. J. A. Campbell and family are guessing contest entitled the "Wed- arrange anything for this Christmas cheer to engineers Malloy and Scott,
9L ical program for the next meeting on
now occupying the water works cottage ding of the Operas" kept the ladies Mad Chase. the poor can notify Mr. Brown or any of the Atlantic coast Line and rifled
the 19th of January, which will be
: which was formerly occupied interested for some time. The prizes, Millions rush in mad chase after member of the society as soon as their pockets of $790 in cold cash. .
the 100th anniversary of tho scr"- -
health, from one extreme of faddismto
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two exquisite bouquets of roses were possible.The These men slumbered peacefullyand
1 by Mr. W. T. Mcllwaine and family.
another, when, if they only would Gen. Robert E. Lee.
i : !presented to the two honor guests. eat good food and keep their bowels Kings- Daughters do a great did not awaken until bright day- '

r 1. Mr. Z. A. Crumption, of Berlin, Mr. i Mrs. Sistrunk's guests at this elegant regular with Dr. King's New Life We are better than ever perpared deal of good in a community and we light and were greatly surprised when ,

,. t Montholen Atkinsoon. of Fellowship, affair were the following la- Pills,' their troubles would all pass to fill prescriptions. Fresh drugs, low- are glad, indeed, that it was decidedto they discovered their loss. There is

and Mr. James Badger of Oldtown, dies: Mrs. Louise Weyman Duval, away. Prompt relief and quick cure est prices and prompt delivery. We keep up this excellent organizationin no clue to the robbers.A. .
I for liver and stomach trouble. 25 want your trade. Tydings & Co. x
were prominent visitors to Ocala Friday Mrs. George Hendree Harrison, Mrs. cents at Tydings & Co.'s drug store; Oeala. A splendid corps of of- W. Bridges advises the smokersto

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7 Rev. F. E. Edwards, of DeLand, was Mr. R. R. Snowden, who has beenat Andrew Carnegie, in an address be-I The Baraca boys of the Baptist Mrs. McClain, of Conant, after JJcl'YEB and ALA CL4I

A visitor to Ocala Friday on his way Philippi for some time past, has fore the National Civic Federation church gave a very delightful socialat spending a few days in Ocala, the

to Blitchton. Mr. Edwards is the now moved to Lakeland, Fla. New York, said that he believed that the residence of :Mr. and ilrs. W. ,guest of Mrs. Frank Teague, returned

managing editor of the Southern Bap- the major portion of the estates of T. Cole Friday evening. I to her home Saturday afternoon.

:Mr.: H. 0. Wilkinson, who repre- enormously wealthy men should go
tilt Witness.Mr. Large line of gold and gold filled
in Railroad Commissioner-elect Newton
Oil
sents the Standard company to the state upon the death of the "

James Farris, who left Ocala Buenos Ayres, S. A., was a guest at possessor of the fortune. Mr. Carne- A. Blitch was in Ocala Saturdty lockets, "all new" Weihe, The Jeweler

r some months ago for Panama, has the Ocala House Friday. I gie opposed a graduated income tax. irorning on his way to his home at x FUNERALDIR"ffiCTO

.. Montbrook to spend Sunday with his
lie went as far as
returned home. ; Mrs. Gates and her charming
and his way home he Miss Louise Scot thas gone to West :Mr.: and :Mrs.: J. W. Scott, of Boston i family. HS.HHVH
New Orleans on daughter, Miss Inez Gates, of South .
/or some time Atlanta.. Palm Beach, where she will spend are registered at the Ocala House.Mr. -1-
over I
stopped Lake Weir, spent Saturday doing
the Christmas holidays with her Col. W. N. Camp and his son, Mr.
Scott was manager of this hotelin Christmas in the "Brick a fall stock of Coffins T'asketo
Dr.. W. R. 0. Veal was among the friend, :Miss: Mary Lou Hatchett. Miss I Clifton Camp, arrived in Ocala Saturday shopping and Burial Outfit?. Bimetal given to
18SC-87 and has not been to Ocala
representatives of Cotton Plant sect Hatchett will be remembered as the I afternoon from Roanoke, Va., City. Burial serv t'e8.
since that time and notes with a great and will remain in the city until after -
tion In Ocala Friday. guest of Miss Scott in Ocala duringthe deal of pleasure the improvements go- ChristmasProf. : Rev. Xewton Plummer, of Anthouy, Embalming to OrderH.

past summer. was in Ocala Saturday. He was en _
His visit
who has been ing on in our city. revives
Daniel,
Mr. II. A. for some the memory of old days and duringa and Mrs. H. C. Cowles, are route to Red Level, in Citrus county, THALGOTT,

with Dr. William Anderson in a I -Mr. J. Graham, after a visit to his call at our office many pleasant incidents the guests of Mr. and :Mrs.: W. T. Gary to fill his regular appointment Sunday Proprietor of the
.y months past, expects to leave parents, Mr. and :Mrs.: L. M. Graham, '
has were recalled. The only ones for a few days. Mr. Cowel is the DUNNELLON BAKERY ,
k few for Atlanta, where he I his brothers, D. L.
a days and
I of Connor, living here now that Mr. Scott remem- professor of botany in the University Is now prepared .to ship Bread, Cake,
accepted a position. Albert Anson Graham, in this Sterling silver combs, brush and mir- Pies, Etc., on short notice and
and
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bers are Mr. J. T. Lancaster, :Mr. B. of Chicago and is a prominent edu- guar
has returned to the "Golden ror set "all new." Weihe, The Jeweler antees satisfaction in all cases.
of city, A. Weathers and the editor of this cator.
Mr. and Mrs. George. E. Blitch, I and is located at Alberquarque x Give him a trial. .
West,
Pillans, of paper. Mr. and :Mrs.: Scott will leave
Malile, and Mr. J. C. Gainesville Sun. Blue :3
New Mexico.- Everybody's favorite- Ribbon.I
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of Sparr, today for Leesburg, thence to San- Who is it that does not know in
Electra, Miss Jessie Owens Vanilla. Absolutely pure, goes twice.!|: .

were Christmas shoppers to Ocala Hon. Frank Adams, of Lake City ford, St. Augustine and down the as far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor"is I:his heart that our societyrepresenting
east coast before returning to their
i Seeds
and moral forcesis Ferry
i Friday strong for the 25 cent !our best religious
and Jasper, seems to have a home. perfection. Ask > are not an expert*
Boston
h ;: responsible for the death of Grace went,but with proper cnltP*
newspaper size. i '
has returned hold on his immediate ration,they assure success'from ,
Mr. Wallace Livers :Brown? :: i
to become the start Users have no
from college and expects to receive friends. They want him of Mr. Fred Webber, one of our old The streets were thronged all day j i I doubts at planting nor disappointments -, ,

a government appointment after president of the senate, governor and.valued subscribers living at Silver yesterday with Xmas shoppers and ]ii| Miss Bryan, the charming stenographer at harvest. Get ,
in *
= which he will make Washington city the state, representative senator. congress Springs Park, placed on our edi- the afternoon out bound trains car- I in the clerk of the corcuit 6 D ;

,.' his home for the present.Mr. and United States torial table Saturday morning two ried away many passengers laden !court's office, went up to Martel Saturday c ij \

down with bundles of every size and! afternoon to spend Sunday with
Bradley DeHon, of Fellowoship, bottles, one containing a most excell- '
J, .D. Bassett, with the Mr William shape imaginable. i her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Bryan. '
and CIt in a large quantity of meat ent and fine flavored wine manufactured for biggest, sorest, best crops
Polk
r phosphate mines in brought I at an ealers. Famous for over
rus counties, was a prominent visitor for cold storage Friday. Among the by himself from his own vine- Within the past ten days we are Kill the corn and pea wevil: and the 50years, 1007 Sd Annnai

and his meats were two hams selected at random yard and not being a connosieur our- indebted to friends for new Florida gopher by using Carbon Bisuuphide; free on request.
in this city Friday O. M. FERRY & CO,, .
f. friends who legion, were glad to which weighed forty-seven selves we had it tested by a gentle- syrup, sweet yam potatoes, quail, ;.25 cents at Tydings & Co. x Detroit,Klch.

'. are Besides the hams and shoulders man, who claims to be an expert and venison steak, sugar cane, oranges j
: give him the glad hand. pounds. f I Miss Julia Foster, of Tennessee, z
t be had 1,364 pounds of joints. who has travelled over many states grapefruit, and an enitre new vege- I who teaches the Fort King school,
blind traveling M and he pronounced it "all right." The is of -- .
J table. There no appearance -- -
i- Mr. 11. R. Crow, a M[ I (spent Saturday in Ocala on a shop-
the Collier only disposed of other bottle contained syrup made from
court starvation in Florida., judging
salesman representing circuit
The |ping expedition. While here she was Jerry Burnett
registered at the Ocala Friday. One was that of from the Japanese sugar cane and it the nice donations sent to this.office ,
company, was two cases !the of her cousin, Miss Sarah
Mr. Crow is per one legged colored tasted fine to us. It is thick and of i pest
,House yesterday. Will Duncan, a :\lcCreery.
fectly blind yet travels alone and who pleaded his own case be- splendid color. We see no reason why i i I Merchant

has visited most of the states of the fore man the jury and was prompely ac the cultivation of this cane should not Mr.. Luther Stafford and Mr. Adolph i I I II Sterllng silver manicure sets, "all

'en Ion. quitted. He was tried for aggravated be a profitable industry in this county Ochs Dame were initiated into the .new" Weihe, The Jeweler. x Tailoring.Ocala

-- Jimmy Sams, a colored barber The tops of this cane, we are mysteries of the order of the Woodmen I .

l We are requested to say that there assault.who was tried for assault with told, make an excellent forage and Friday night'and it is said trampedover I Mr. J. W. Ward, jr.. of Floral City, Florida. ,

i will be a sale of home made cake at to murder did not fare so! we are glad to see our farmers branch- the boggy places without fear or :one of the. state's biggest turpentine
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I, the Jewelry store of Mr. A. .E.. Burnett attempt He was found guilty ,and will ing out and making tests of different trembling and into the green pastures :imagrates i spent Saturday in Ocala. Finest Imported and;

,today at 930; o'clock. The proceeds well. for a period, of tea years cut-: things suitable to our soil and cli- with the utmost tranquility. This IsI I:He was accompanied by Mrs Ward Domestic Cloths.. '

:.';, from the sale of the cakes will be I serve in some of our turpentine I mate. We return our thanks to Mr. still one of the most popular orders in and they were on their way to Jacksonville
boxes Cutting
ting : a Special
applied to Grace Episcopal ,church Webber for his remembrance of us. .Ocala. for several days.
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THEY SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED. Famous Decision in Gaming Case. What We Could Do If We Had Good

Judge L. E. Bleckeley, who lies Roads. RHEINAUER & COMPANY
The- City Improvement Society of critically ill at his home in Clarksville The treatment of macademized

Ocala, composed of prominent society Ga., has had a remarkabe career streets and roads with crude petro-

j ladies of that city, is an organization He was admitted to the bar leum is a preventative of dust in sum The leading Mercantile House in Ocala
distinctly not of the "pink tea" when he was thirteen years of age mer and mud in winter was first at-
variety. As its name implies, it is and has served as. chief justice of the tempted ,in southern France ten or

:, devoted to the work of city improvement : supreme court of his state. It was fifteen years ago, and appears to
In Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department we have been more than ordinarily!
and it would seem :at this distance while in this court that he wrote have been successful. But for obvious our
that it might be a valuable the headnote to a decision on a gamb- reasons the use of petroleumsoon busy all this season, for the simple reason that our offerings! appeal 10 the Ladies with i

ti auxiliary to the Ocala city council in ling case: nat has since become famous gave way to that of coa ltar. taste and an inclination towards economy
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helpinf to cltzin up and beautify the ;: in the legal lore of the south.]i H'hich, as a by-produce of gas manu
town and otherwise improve material One Pacetti had been convicted of facture, can be bought in nearly every Ladies Ready to Wear Tailored Suits in Broadcloth, Fancy "! i

conditions. But the two bodies are I running a gambling house and the district of France for from 5 to 7 :
Weaves and Silks. Prices from $13.50 to
apparently not in perfect harmonyif case was appealed from the city I centimes per kilogram. thf is ten to range 2700. I
if we may judge by the reports of of Atlanta, in sustaining the lower,i I twelve dollars per metre ton of 2,200

the papers there. This: is unfortunate court, Justice Bleckeley wrote his famous pounds. Coal tar has the additional RAIN COATS and CLOAKS :

t for we have been expecting much headnote which follows: advantage that, unlike oil, it hardens .
from this Ocala improvement societyas "A social gentleman, fond of company when exposed in a thin layer to the 58-inch Cravcnette Coats in grey, black and tan at . .. .$6.00, 8.50, 10.00 and 15.00
an.example to ladies generally [ and a glass, by occupation a cigar surface of the airetaoinshrdluetaoooo 50-in.! Broadcloth Coats,in grey, black and tan, for dress occasions, 10.00 12.00,15.00,22.00 II

throughout the state of what could I maker, who keeps his sleeping action of air covering the road witha Plaid Auto Long Coats, latest effects, for . . . . . . . . 84.50 to J2JX ,
be accomplished for their towns by apartment with the doors 'blanketed'in practically air and water tight A Big Selection of Children's Long Coats, ages 1 to 16 yrs, prices range from 81.50 to 8.50 :
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organization. The Ocala Banner a fit condition for private gamb- skin, which not only holds down the
; wishes that the ladies were in ling therein and who invites his dust in dry weatber, but prevents water Silk Waists in Mesaline, Taffetta and Habutai ,

charge of the Ocala city government, friends night to refresh themselveswith from penetrating the roadway in Elaborately trimmed and well tailorad, fromj$3.00 to 7.00 i
at least during the tourist season, beer, but who has in the room, time of rain. Now, while it is inter-
and we suspect the Banner is right fora besides barrels and hottiw I i tKi- esting 'to know this, it is of little DRESS GOODSWe 1
nice woman abhors dirt, and if her suitable for gambling, together with practical value for us in Lancaster 1I a

jurisdiction should be sufficiently extended eleven packs of cards, and two boxesof county or America at large; simply I
make special mention of the RHEINAUER'S BLACK HIGH FOREIGN BROADCLOTH -.High
and she be given adequate chips one containing 80 chips because we have few good roads on J
, r means, she would never rest until her and the other 300 and a which to use coal 'tar. France has following celeirats-l SILKS' LUSTRE TAFFETA SILK manufac Grade, chiffon finished, excellent qual '
tured exclusively for us by C. J. Bon-
town was like her own homeniceand memorandum book with names and the best highways in Europe. Whenwe ity, 52 inches wide, in black and all
net & Cie., Lyons, France; 36 inches _
clean and ready to face the criti numbers entered in it, and whose get something like them the coal the J
need :THE MAXIINE 89 cents; every wide, at. .. . .. .. .. .$1.49 leading shades for street wear, i
inspection of the visitor. We guests, or some of them, retired hut tar top dressing will be a mater for .. . .
yard guaranteed; in all the leading per yard. .. . 0 $100
c that kind of work in every town in redly under the bed on being surprised consideration-Lancaster, (Pa.,) Ex A
I Florida and if the men won't give it by a visit from the police at one aminer. shades. SPECIAL- i

to us, we should at least not discouragE o'clock in the morning, may or may Yard-wide Taffeta at. .75c and 98c EOLIENNE de LUXE -1! beta 1
the ladies in their efforts ,not be guilty of the offense of keep- An Interesting Land Case. MONEYBAK TAFFETA Your CHIFFON PANAMA- Black, grey -
The Ocala city council Graham & Hampton, of Gainesville, wide, in all the popular evening -
to do so. 'ing a gambling house. A verdict of
money back if not satisfactory; 36 and all the other popular shades, rang- ..
should make friends with the city guilty, based on these and other 'in last year entered suit against Chas.H. ,inches wide; standard price, .$1.50 ing in price from 50 cents to ...$1.25 shades; special value at .0.0.5' e ,:!.
improvement society without delay culpatory facts, such as the ratle of Gill for possession of the tetter'shonu'Stead ,.j
and welcome its corporation. An en chips and money and some expres- in sec*!in 17, on Palmetto '

ergetic woman never finds out of sions about seven dollars and twelve Key. Gill entered the homestead in I
which she gets more of the joy of liv- dollars, heard by the police on ap- 1804. lived on it twelve years made j
ing than when she is making things proaching the premises, is warrantedby valuable imoroveroents, and receiveda Clothing Department Shoe Department '

L nice around her and giving that deft the evidence and is not contraryto United States patent for it. Subse-
i touch of beauty to her environment law.-Pensacola Journal. quently Graham & Hampton put a STYLISH WINTER CLOTHES FOR HIGH CUT SHOES AT LOW CUT j
MEN AND BOYS.
which only she can give. Such gifts school wararnt on the land which

and facilities might well find a larger Blooming Rosss and Ripe Oranges.A formed the basis of their claim. They SUITS! PRICES. 9

ai-; field in the improvement of all our party of miners, who had been brought suit in the circuit court of Expert cutting and careful hand work We maintain our reputation In this ,> J
} Live Oak Democrat. Lee county, but the jury rendered a insure correct models that retain line
towns.- working up in Holcomb valley, de I their to the end. and take special pride in the val
shape
E verdict for Gill. This verdict was set ues we offer.MERRIAM. j
The Place for Bald Heads. termined to come down to San Ber-
aside and the plaintiffs given a new Men's Suits in the latest fabrics at
Editor Powell of the St. Peters dardino for Thanksgiving. Althoughthe Shoes are considered .O
trial, which was had in Fort Myersat $7.00' $10.00, $15.00 and $20.00.Youths' .
burg Independent is a notably daring snow lay deep on the mountains! the last term of court judgmentwas the.best wearers for the$1.00 little to folks$2.50
individual, but hesprings something Suits at $5.00, $7.50, $12.00 1
rendered for the plaintiffs, where-
I they made the start but, after
,: in the following that tests his struggling through the drifts for upon the defendant (Gill) appealedto and $14.00Boys' WICHERT & GARDINER Ladies'
4 reputation of courage to the limit. forced to backto the United States Court. The groundof Two Piece Suits 3 Shoes are the highest grade of *tyl. -
hours, they were go ages to 17,
"There is hope after all for Ish footwear. . . .$3.00 to $4.00
some Prices from $1.50 to $7.50
camp and make snow shoes on his appeal is that the state court ranging
the bald headed in Florida. An Indiana which to skim over, instead of wale refused to permit him to place his CROSSETT AND' BANISTER shoes
man whose .dome has glistened lowing through the drifts. After patent in evidence or to adduce testimony OVERCOATS SWEATERS for men are the acme of shoemaking,
: and has been a skating rink for much long tedious and much hard as to his residence on the For Men, Youths and Boys. $3.50 t o $6.00 ,,
j- flies for twenty visited a win I i
years work, they got down. After hearingone property. It is a very interestingcase. 1
ter resort ,and went about bareheaded. of the party tell about the trip, The above statement of it is if f
E ; The hot rays of the sun beat on his we concluded that those who like i kindly furnished by one of the de- j .

' head, and blistered.his scalp The became scalp sunburned pealed- plenty of snow to have their choice,!i fendant's attorneys. -Punta Gorda In our Domestic Department we offer a thousand yards snort lengths of Outing at I 1

and but as for us the valley, withrosesabloom ;Herald. 4C, regular price 8c; Yard wide Sheeting best Calico best Plaids :
off and the hair grew again where na 50; 5C, in the market tk.Rheinauer's .
and oranges ripe on the|
ture had intended. No, we are not How to Make Genuine Buckwheat
trees, suited us better.-Hollands
booming St. Petersburg as a place Cakes. !
f (Cal.) Citrograph.We Popular- Dry Goods House
to grow hair on the tops of heads, have nothing else in Florida but Scald 'a cup full of yellow meal ina ., (
but all bald headed men will find a quart of boiling milk. Add a half
I blooming roses and ripe oranges. o I
I warm welcome here, and the remedy teaspoonful of salt; when cold add a \\
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won't cost a cent.r. ." .It will pay YOI to read today's ads. quarter of compressed yeast cake and
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soft batter. Let it rise over night,

rJace! in' the morning stir in a table spoonful -
Don't Forget I Thos0 :
W I soda of and molasses bake. and a teaspoonful of He Ieating

f- W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE CO.. is xvhere rho I /This, plus plenty of butter and

maple syrup, will I believe, inspire
t SACRIFICE SALE IS COIHG OH I any son of a "pithecanthrope" on

I A BARGAIN LEFT FOR YOU. A CUSTOMER SAID HE DIDN'T SEE earth.-one Who Eats 'Em in Xew Company
i HOW WE COULD SELL GOODS SO CHEAP, BUT V/E ARE DOINGIT York Times. ,
JUST THE SAME, AND EXPECT TO KEEP IT UP, PRICE AND 4
QUALITY IS WHAT MAKES OUR STORE THE CZNTER: OF ATTRAC Female Teachers Hard Workers.A Co.JWHOLESALE
TION. FiEMEMBER THE PLACE. writer in the New York Times I SUCCESSORS TO STRAUSS &

Y advocates larger pay for female

W. J', Chambers] Shoe Companyrv teachers. He says they deserve it.

t.They must have brains to teach. They '
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racking. After school hours are over

+I I they must examine lessons and examination Ocala, Florida. ,
papers and must prepare
[ FULL themselves almost the same as the i Ii

IXD1 SS 1, scholars for the lessons of the next ..YE WHISKEY.
day. It is the most underrated and Per Gallon. Special I 4 Quart CASE WHISKEY. .

have in the I Star Rye .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.50 lW Qt. nutt..
underpaid profession we
,, EXPRESS United States. Red Rock Rye .. .. .. .1.75 Offers Belle Isle .. .. .. ., 7$ ,.' ,
f PREPAID I I K eys t... .. .. .. 2.00 King of KMUwkjr .. .. .. . i;, ":
rv HT vi 'York gentleman is eminently cor- i Log Cabin .. ... .. .. . 3.00".90 Straw Royal Ii111t1i. .. . ='
*t* si /- 4V3 'i rect. 3 Keating's Priue .. .. ,. .. .. 3.00 We wiil send expressprepaid Old HaryteM Mfv .. .. .. . u. '
*0J *A50' Monogram .. .. .. .. ._ :. .. :3.50: 4 full quartsSTRAUSS Old Harvest Com ,. .. . 1." I _'-
'* :M V Is Southern Chivalry Declining? Uncle Joe .. .. .. ... .. .. 3.50 of" PilgrimageCa . .. 0 0 .. o. 1.11 !.
: M* IvFl>! "S S "NT* !?* Sl -S t 1St Discussing the verdict of conviction Pilgrimage .. .. :. .. _. .. 4.00 IXL eao.. .. .. .. .. 1.11
sK gain Mrs. Angie Birdsong at Hazel- Fern Hill . ... a. .. .. .. 5.00 \\"hite Oak .. .. .. .. .. t"
:::Ul'st.Iiss.., the-New York World re- Strauss 76 .. . ... .. .. .5.00 FOR $3.50 Fern HillStraua . .. .. . 1M x
narks: CORN WHISKEY. 78 .. ? ? . 1M
tat; DELIVERED rot Naturally the verdict has excited Tennessee Corn .. .. .. .. ..$1.50 We will send express: Olr Oactr PC** to*, fc toad.ptaat l.if

astonishment. A woman and a southerner North Carolina Corn .. .. .. 1.75 prepaid 4 full quarts of rs .. .. .. .. . Ul
a.,. $1292 and a Senator's niece as that, Statesville Corn .. .. .. .. 2.00 Black and Wait* 5eo4 t .. . l#
.. ;confronted with Mountain Corn. .. .. .. .. 2.50 STRAUSS Mt. Veraott .. .. .. .. . 1.71
a jail term of possibly Old Harvest Corn. . .. .. 3.00 ROYALRESERVE
five years for avenging her honor GIN. GIN.

HAS. BLUM & COMPANY in the conventional way! Is south- Swan Gin .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.50 Iris Qt. Bottl. :
;ern chivalry declining and is the TOOL Gin .: .. .. .. .. .. 1.75 Thom DoekQte .. .. .. .| .71
Jacksonville Fla. ;weaker. sex denied nan's refuge in Holland Gin .. .n ... .. 2.00 FOR $3.50 Gin .. .. ,. .. 1Crown -_
the "unwritten law" is !Gin .. . .. .. Holland Gill .. .. \
.. : or that law 2.50 We will ? .. .. i.at
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.:losing its validity? If :Mrs. Birdsong's Perfection Gin .. .. ... .. .. .. 3.00 quarts ofOLD Phoe.phate eta .. .. .. .. 1J* .

husband hand done the shooting, RUM. Booth Tom Ota. .. .. .. . 1M j
-ould he have been convicted? The New England Rum ..' .. ..$2.50 HARVEST .J
WINrUt5TERJ'o aazetfurst/ jury has impaled itself on Jamaica Rum .. .. .. .. .. 3.00 CORN MALT WHISKEY. Hoak .
Brandy. ParQt. ;

vzxm3S ._' *tBWH5 .4t'-- ;:_._ _:.: ;" -.:'_--I------._:. :-e horns of an awkward dilemma. Blackberry Brandy .: .. .. .. .$1.50 The best goods to be Duffs Pun Malt .. . .|1.*
!. The Associated Press will Apple Brandy .. .. .. .. .. .. 3.00 had for the money. Bowmaa'M. . ::
:t h publish Peach Brandy .. .. .. .. .. 3.00 1
NUBlACK ,''Bailey.Adjutant serially. the statements of Senator California Cognac .. .... 4... .. 3.00 FOR $6.00 SWEET GOODS, 1
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WINE. Per
I Catawaba Wine. .. .. .. .. L50 We will send express Peaek and Ilonty -a" ..... ..tUt.jj
: 3 Loaded Black Pov/der Shells General Foster is quotedas Port Wine .. .. .. .. .. .. .?. 1.50 prepaid4 full quarts of Peach and Hea f "a*" g I 1* ,
that
saying the incoming Florida Blackberry Wine. .. .. 1.50 Rock and Re "a- In" .. .0 lit
;t ,e ? legislature will be asked to appropri- Sherry Wine .. .. .. .:.::1.50 STRAUSS Reel and Rye l'as' gfa4l UI i
t Shoot Strong and Evenly, a'c' $60,000 to be used in the building Imported Port Wine .. .. .. ::4:00: FAMOUS Orange Bran+jy .. .. . 1M-

'- !c ; Are Sure Fire cf a state arsenal. And as soon as Imported Sherry Wine .. .. .. 4.00 "76" RYE Banana Brandy .. .. aM +_
3 General Foster let the cat out of the Apricot Braady .. 0 ? 1H ;

.i-i Will Stand Reloading. bag, so to speak, Jacksonville citizens
\J.4i went to work, hoping to be- the

They Always Get The Game lucky spot where the arsenal will beplanted. Those H.

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IN MEMORIAM.Died AN IMPORTANT MEETING.
, \1 1I AFFLICTED WITH CATARRH-

t Sunday afternoon, Frances The Plan and Scope Committee of the iI

Lucile, the precious little daughter of Ocala Board of Trade Has Sent LIFE HAD BECOME A BURDEN
Avoid alum Out'the Following Letter.
f ,, and alum] phos- Ir. and :Mrs. Edward Helvenston.
Dear Sir:-Referring to the matterof

I .r phate baking powders.The brightened For four short and sweetened weeks this the little homeof one Coast proceeding Line railway against company he for Atlantic neglect Pe-ru-na, Used As a Last Resort, Affords


3I her parents and the thought of to serve shippers, we take pleas; Complete Relief.MRS.

label law her brief visit on earth will alwaysbe ure in saying that on fast Friday our
requires that all
a bright and beautiful spot in the attorney presenting petitions of practically

memory worn by her parents another all the business men in the

the ingredients be named relatives. towns reached by the Atlantic CoastLine -

The funeral services were held at in south Florida, to the Hon. W.
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ten o'clock Monday morning from the H. Ellis, Attorney General at Tallahassee : F
the :
labels.
f ; on Look out :,residence, conducted by Rev. C. i C. and reports to us that the Attorney S

j Carroll, of the Baptist church. He General is in hearty accord with

for the alum 'spoke soothing and comforting words our plans to enforce adequate service s.
compounds.NOTE.
I ,{ to the bereaved parents and Mrs. G. by the railroad company and tithe \

C. Pasteur and Mrs. R. G. Blake sanga Atorney General desires to meet V\atp


.-Safety lies in buying only beautiful The spotless solo.white casket as spotless above representative named sections business men at Ocala from the on \ *** L i d'Upik '

Royal Baking Powder which is as the soul of the little body it next Thursday December 20, at 4 p.

a contained, was tenderly carried to m., at the council chamber, to discu I .

pure, cream of tartar baking powder the carriage, which took it to the cemetery the situation and formulate the evidence : > .. i&

by Messrs. W. T. Gary, S. T. to support a petition for mandamus

and the best that can be made. Sistrunk, E.: K. Nelson and G. C. Pas= against the company and to

continue in session until the business
teur.The \ \ &
I \ little form was laid away i in is disposed of. He will want evidence I

'Evergreen cemetery under a mound to show: I

covered with sweet and beautiful 1st. The lack: of repair of the road
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; MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS.; )Ir. J. D. Bacon, who lives in Chicago (little girl whose spirit so soon winged Insufficient number of flat and 1\! 1 : : :. i

Local Editor. but who has a winter home at I its flight to heaven.In !box cars. I s

I -- =- Sparr, leaves for Chicago today but their grief Mr. and ifrs. Helven- I 3rd. Insufficient number and capacity

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. will return to Florida in the spring.He I ston have the sympathy of their large of engines. ,

G. is having a large lettuce crop !,concourse of friends. 4th. Delays in placing. cars for load ? \ \ C.r

l I'?. P. Burgin, of Dunnellon and Holder put out on his farm at Sparr.Dr. I \ ing.
t. in THE DRY RAIN. 5th. Delays in moving loaded cars \.r
spent Sunday and Monday I I a
Ocala. Thorpe West, senator from Cth. Delays in loading and delivering
f To the Editor Ocala Banner: I
Jackson will be r
county, probably a freights.
Did you ever hear a man exclaim, MRS. F. CARR.
1 lIre and Mrs S. \\'. Petteway, of candidate for president of the senateat I' 7th. Congestion of yards and delays i in
in a strong nasal, gutteral sort of : old trouble being completely a thing of
;: Dunnellon, were among our Monday its next session. He is held in moving cars from junctions and ter The Relief Experienced By Mrs. the .
voice, "I never had such a cold in past.
:r! shoppers. high esteem in west Florida and the my life!" minals. \ Carr Through the Use of Pe-ru-na, "To-day would not take one thousand ;

1 contest will no doubt be between him 8th. Inability of the company to receive After Having Tried the Best Pro dollars for what this grand medicine
Well hat
I man forgets the sneezings; I
"'" t Mr. Mala Haughton. who is attending and Senator Hunt Harris of Key, transport and deliver the business fessional Treatment in Vain, Is a has done for me."

,t the G. M. A.. at Atlanta is now a West.-Ganisville Sun. and sore throat he had probably, onlya actually offered to it with reasonable Matter of No Small Wonder Many women owe their lives to
short time ago. And it is well we Peruna. A great more owe their
lieutenant.Mr. dispatch.9th. Among Her Many Friends. many
forget our afflictions. I wager he has health to Peruna.
}Ir. and Mrs. J. Buttgenbach, of Delays in operating passenger
of Richmond, not forgot the pleasures of a year A multitude of women throughout
J. R. C. Dunn Brussels, Belgium, are at Holder, trains. Mrs. F. Carr, Vineland, Ont., Can., Peruna f
Canada are using as a preventative -
spent Sunday in Ocala with his son i where they will spend some weeks. ago! I 10. Information from reliable men writes:

and daughters. :Mr. Buttgenbach is the president of Now let's see about this "dry rain"we which will enable the Attorney General "For several years I was afflicted with and and colds.a relief from catarrhal coughs '

the Buttgenbach Phosphate company are having and about which we to the in the catarrh,which made life a burden.
charges
prove mandamus We have in our files a great number
Rev. C. C. Carroll delivered an elo one of the largest phosphate hear exclamations, daily, "My, I never "The coughing and hacking which
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proceeding.This of letters from grateful women who
quent educational sermon Mclntosh saw it so dry!" We will examine the accompanied the disease was terrible.
world and he visits
in the
companies is a most serious and important have been benefited by Peruna, with
Monday night. the mines at Holder several times ev statistics of the past few years for matter, and we to "The complaint finally extended to permission to use these letters in public
urge you cometo
the stomach and 1 was in a wretched
the months of'October and November,
returned home from ery year. Ocala without fail, on the 20th, condition."I print. '
Miss Atkinson ; as they seem to be the dry months for Catarrh would not be such curse to
where she in st., to give the Attorney Generalthe tried different remedies and the
Martin Monday afternoon Col. Adam L. Eichelberger has re this season of. the year. the human race if people thoroughly l-
facts to support him in his effortsto best professional treatment all in vain. ''
pent Sunday with relatives.Dr. turned from a several weeks' visit to In 1906 we had for these months understood its nature.
last resort I tried
afford relief to citizens of your section "Finally, as & Improves
Catarrh disease which
a never -
Tampa and while in that city had several 0.88 and 0.45 respectively or a total Fernna the recommendation of
L. Montgomery, of Micanopy, and the whole state. upon of Its own accord, but becomes
interviews with the officials of of 1.33 inches; in 1905 we had 0.37 my sister in Hamilton. seated the
down Monday afternoon to see PLAN AND SCOPE COMMITTEE] deeper longeritisneglected.Itshouldbetreated
came "Tampa Northern," who are building and 0.60 a total of 0.97 inches; just "I could see steady improvement and at once to pre
who is very OCALA BOARD OF TRADE.
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins- a railroad from Tampa to Brooksville 0.36 less than we had in 1906. In 1904 I after using four bottles of that precious vent It from mating Inroads upon vital

sick. and on up the state and Colonel Eich we had an excess in these months, be medicine I was feeling well again, my organ

and Mrs. Charles A. Ingle, elberger is interesting himself in ing. 3.64 and 2.45 a total of 6.09 Every reader of this paper is requested .'i ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR FREE PERUNA ALMANAC FOR 1907.
Mr.
to examine the list of info; :
of Rochester, N. Y., having the same built through this inches, also in 1902 we had an excess 1! .
charming people mation asked for in the letter, and --- -
of their friends Mr. city in its progress northward. He being 6.26 and 2. 81 or a total of 9.07
are the guests be present with specific facts covering
Lancaster. has studied the map and is well ac i inches, while in 1903 and 1901 were THE .
and Mrs. Forney his own complaint.Rev. I .
quainted with the land between again normal being 0.36 and 1.20. a

to New Brooksville and the total of 1.56 for 1903 and 0.41 and 1.18,
Mrs. C. L. Moore has gone Ocala and says R. V. Atkisson to be the New

Orleans, where she will spend the road coming from Brooksville here a total of 1.59 for 1901. If we inclvde Methodist Preacher in This City. ,

Christmas holidays with her son, Mr. would pass through some of the richest September, this year will show a little At the concluding session of the .

Clarence Moore and his family.Mr. land in the state. He has inter- less than either of the other years conference at Palatka Monday morning MarioQ Hardware COl1)JX1QY

viewed Col. Camp and others, who with 1903 as the next lowest. the appointments were read by] )
was
E. E. Cline, of Auburndale. own large tracts of land between the We also hear theories Mr. Editor the bishop.

In Ocala Monday. He came throughthe two cities, and this paper hopes that about the temperature; that because Rev. R. V. Atkisson, who has been

country in a Cadillac automobile his efforts will meet with success.A it; was very hot or a long and heated the beloved pastor at Orlando for the -HEADQUARTERS -,
he is touring the state. must necessarity, havecold
in which summer we ,
past four years, was sent to this cityfor

Mrs. Henry C. Groves has gone to Beautiful Horse. .a winter-or because in the first ; the coming year. Mr. Atkisson has American Wire Fencing:, -: r
S. Hall has Just pur half of the year, we had an excess of for
Tenn., to visit her youngson Mr. Richard been in the Florida conference : '
Bellbuckle. .
of the prettiest horses i rain we must have a cold winter. Sash Doors and Blinds .
who is attending school at that chased one only eight years, four years at Jacksonville ,
will also visit relatives at that perhaps has ever been shippedto I These are mere guesses which anyone and four years at Orlando.He -

1 .' place. She before returning home. Florida certainly the prettiest one j can make and about next May wean has the reputation of being one Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, .

Nashville ever seen In Ocala. With the exception -'1 tell who comes the nearest.In of the most eloquent preachers in the .J>

t Mr. T. D. Bryan has rented Mrs. of one foot, which is white, it is the meantime I would advise people conference and has been exceedingly Mill and Mining Supplies, _

Annie Perry's cottage on Fort King a perfect bay, and is named "Royal to "jog their memories" a little popular in both of his charges andin Turpentine Snpplies -

avenue and will move his family into Whitefoot. The animal is city broke, before they say they "never say it so L all probability will be greatly liked ,

the same. Mr. Bryan has recently and, though spirited, is perfectly gentle '|I'dry." in; Ocala. Rev. L. W. Moore who forthe Improved Farming Tools]

sold his home to Dr. Walter Hood. and can be driven by a woman. W. L. JEWETT. ; past three years has been the pastor : \

Mr. Hall who Is a splendid judge of j of the Ocala church, has been sent
and The Silver Tea at Mrs. Hacker's.A .
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hyman horses, says that this one is in all respects -j to the Tampa Heights church. Mr. GET OUR PRICESardware
arrived in the city Monday animal that: pleasant event of Monday was the
children ; the most perfect Moore will probably preach his farewell
to spend tea at the home of Mrs. William -
St. Augustine believes will jchurch
morning from he has ever seen and sermon in this city next Sunday
in this city. Hocker, which was given by the
the Christmas holidays take the blue ribbon at any fair. The; night.! He is one of the best preachers

They are guests at the Montezuma animal is a beautiful driver as we can I woman's missionary union of the Baptist that has ever been in this city

hotel. testify, Everybody is complimenting. church. and his Ocala friends are delightedthat Marion Company
.I j Mr. Hocker was assisted by her sisIter -
'Mr. Hall upon his handsome purchase.The hehas received such an excellent
has entered intoa Duval and Mrs. Sistrunk
Mrs. ,
Dozier
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C. thousand
Dr. Harry horse cost him an even appointment. Rev. F. R. Bridgeswas
contract with the E. P. Rentz Lum- |Mrs.: Coin Mrs. J. D. Robertson and ,
dollars. returned to this circuit. .
for the -- -
Springs Mattie Williams. -- -
Miss
ber company at Silver [ Rev. J. P. Hilburn was sent to Bartow -
He will In the dining coffee and sandwiches -' .. .. ,....
at that place. was busy Mondayall I room .- ..,
court
mill practice circuit I Rev. J. A. Henrdy was made -
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The ; -. . in Ocala. .. ,. .
practice Besides were served. Mrs. W. M. Scott J -- -
also do a general day and made good progress. presiding elder of the Jacksonville ,
wishes him abundant suc J. A. Wester for forgery of :Memphis, Tenn., sat at the tableland
This paper trying :Mr. district. Rev. T. J. Nixon was returned

cess. ; a murder trial case_ was docketed poured the coffee and Miss Williams I to Gainesville and Rev.' John B.

the jury impanelled u ana the case I and Mrs. Robertson served.In Ley and Rev. E. L. Ley were sent CoStorage

Mrs. J. Ira Singleton of Inverness finished. The case was that of Lee the library were displayed many back Jacksonville.. Rev. Piner, of
Ocala Monday after- with kill- beautiful articles that have been
passed through Merrell, who was charged St Louis, was sent to the First Methodist '
noon on her way to Jacksonville, her husband at Irvine in June of made by this society during the sum- church at Tampa, Rev. W. J.

where she will visit her sister, Mrs. ing this year. The jury was C. H. Mathews mer months. Every article was made Carpenter, was returned to the Hyde of Meats .

Wallace Kelsey. She was accompanied J. L. Smoak W. L Ditto, C. W. with pocket handkerchiefs and there Park church at Tampa and Rev

;,,, by Mrs. Kelsey's little daughter. Beal, J. A. Thomas, R. A. Ellison. H. were some very novel and pretty Howard Dutill goes back to Live Oak. .
r with her at In S. Deve- things and with only one or two exceptions We beg to annuounce to the
Ii' Winona, who has been C. Coins, A. J. Stevens, C. Rev. T. M. Weir, of Martel, is sent
p''It' verness for the past three weeks. and Charles Rheinauer. Major every piece was disposed of. to Anthony and Rev. Outlander to
neaux of this affair public that we are ready to 4 1
and States The proceeds pleasant
woman
Hardaker, Izlar defended the } artel, Rev. J. E. :Mickler, to Citraand I ,
Arthur her. Theverdict will be given as a Christmas offeringto
Mr. and Mrs. Davis prosecuted Rev. Cunningham to Reddick.
whose wedding was a beautiful event Attorney was that of "not guilty:' the Baptist Orphanage at Arcadia. Rev. Ferderick Pasco was continued cure Meats. We-GUA AN-

':'- at the Baptist church in this city on Wester was sentenced to serve a as the editor of the Florida Christian
the third, Knights of Pythias at Reddick.
the evening of December of three years in the state Advocate at Like Oak. TEEJATISFACTIORandsolicit
.. returned to Ocala Sunday morning. term on one charge and the peni-I I The Knights of Pythias at Reddick
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Washington and en tence night and all those who two Atlantic CoastLine
New York and suspended.Mrs. place Monday Saturday night .
in him was ,'
-,. route home stopped with relatives attended the affair had a big time. trains collided near High -- ;

,Chattanooga for a day or two. Mr. F. R. Bridges and children The Ocala lodge was representedby Springs. The fireman and two flagmen OCAL0' ICE

and Mrs. Hardaker will be guests at Mrs T. H. Johnson and Mrs. W. W.blyatt Messrs Jake Brown, W. S. Durst, were killed and the conductor sobadly [

the Ocala House until January the at went up to, Palatka Saturday W. W. Clyatt, J. G. Spurlin Will Lu injured that it is thought he will FUEL CO.

first when they will be at home afternoon to be present at the closing cius T. E. Bridges R. E. Yonge, C. die.We

Martel where Mr. Hardaker Is Lum the sessions, of the annual conference of K. Sage, T, J. Owen and several oth- did not learn the particulars ofthe s

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:. ::_ OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1906. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR

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IN MEMORIAM. AN IMPORTANT MEETING.

f AFFLICTED WITH CATARRH- =

Died, Sunday afternoon, Frances The Plan and Scope Committee of the

Lucile, the precious little daughter of Ocala Board of Trade Has Sent LIFE HAD BECOME A BURDEN 1.
; A void alum
:. and alum phosphate Mr. and Mrs. Edward Helvenston. Out'the Following Letter.
Dear Sir:-Referring to the matterof
For four short weeks this ,
little

i baking ,ders.The brightened and sweetened the homeof one Coast proceeding Line railway against company he Atlantic for neglect Pe-m-na, Used As a Last Resort, Affords .

her parents and the thought of to serve shippers, we take pleasure Complete Relief. "Y

label law her brief visit on earth will alwaysbe in saying that on fast Friday our
requires that all
a bright and beautiful spot in the attorney presenting petitions of practically

. memory worn by her parents and all the business men in the: C-

l J the ingredients be named other relatives. :towns reached by the, Atlantic CoastLine

The funeral services were held at in south Florida, to the Hon. W.t .

the labels. ten o'clock Monday morning from the t H. Ellis, Attorney General, at Tallahassee :"
on '
Look
out :residence, conducted by Rev. C. C. and reports to us that the Attorney

Carroll, of the Baptist church. He General is in hearty accord -with

for the alum 'I spoke soothing and comforting words our plans to enforce adequate service
I compounds.
to the bereaved parents and Mrs. G. by the railroad company and that ,
\\Stci :
IC. Pasteur and Mrs. R. G. Blake sanga the Atorney General desires to meet k
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: beautiful solo. I.representative business men from the

NOTE.-Safety lies in buying only The spotless white casket as spotless above named sections at Ocala on I \ N.

Royal Baking Povdervhich is as the soul of the little body it next Thursday, December 20, at 4 p. i > .

a contained, was tenderly carried to m., at the council chamber, to discuss I

l'J pure, cream of tartar baking powder the carriage, which took it to the cem- the situation and formulate the evidence :,

etery by Messrs. W. T. Gary, S. T. to support a petition for man-i

and the best that can be made. Sistrunk, E: K. Nelson and G. C. Pas- damus against the company and to I
I %h I Ill
continue in session until the busine.-is, I !\\t \ \ tvi

teur.The little form was laid away in is disposed of. He will want evidence I awii :

'Evergreen cemetery under a mound to show: 1 '

covered with sweet and beautiful 1st The lack of repair of the road '\i \ 11
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I'|t flowers, symbolic of the purity of the bed.2nd. I

MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. Mr. J. .D. Bacon, who lives in Chicago i little girl, whose spirit so soon wingedits Insufficient number of :flat and ,

Local Editor. 'I : but who has a winter home at flight to heaven.In : box cars. I

s II II I I Sparr, leaves for Chicago today but their grief Mr. and MVs. Helve: 3rd. Insufficient number and capacity

i LOCAL AND PERSONAL. I will return to Florida in the spring. I[ston have the sympathy of their large of engines.

'J He is having a large lettuce crop I.I concourse of friends. 4th. Delays in placing cars for load (
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JPr. P. Burgin. of Dunnellon and Holder put out on his farm at Sparr.Dr. I I \ I. :ng.
THE DRY RAIN.. '
1 5th. Delays in moving loaded
spent Sunday and Monday in cars. I
Ocala. Thorpe West, senator from Cth. Delays in loading and delivering
To the Editor Ocala Banner
:
Jackson county will probably be a freights.7th. .
Did you ever hear a man exclaim, MRS. F. CARR.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Petteway, of : candidate for president of the senate I I Congestion of yards and delays i in
in a strong nasal, gutteral sort of old trouble being completely a thing of
F Dunnellon, were among our Monday I at its next session. He is held in i I moving cars from junctions and ter The Relief
Experienced By Mrs. the
voice, "I never had such a cold s in past.
shoppers.Mr high esteem in west Florida and the I',my life!" minals. -> Carr Through the Use of Pe-ru-na, "To-day would not take one thousand

contest will no doubt be between him 8th. Inability of the company to receive After Having Tried the Best Pro dollars for what this grand medIcine
Well hat
![ man forgets the sneezings
Mala Haughton, who is attending and Senator Hunt Harris, of Key transport and deliver the business fessional Treatment In Vain, Is a; has done for me."

E the G. M. A., at Atlanta is now a West.-Ganisville Sun. I!and sore throat he had, probably, only actually offered to it with reasonable Matter of No Small Wonder Many women owe their lives to
a short time ago. And it is well we Feruna. A great more owe their
lieutenant. I dispatch.9th. Among Her Many Friends. many
l forget our afflictions. I wager he has health to Feruna.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Buttgenbach, of I Deays in operating passenger
Mr. C. Dunn of Richmond, Holder .not forgot the pleasures of a year A multitude of women throughout
J. R. Brussels, Belgium, are at trains. Mrs. F. Carr, Vineland, Ont., Can., Peruna '
Canada are using as a prevents
r spent Sunday in Ocala with his son where they will spend some weeks. ago! 10. Information from reliable men writes:
tive and a relief from catarrhal coughs
and daughters. Mr. Buttgenbach is the president of Now, let's see about this "dry rain"we which will enable the Attorney General Tor several years I was afflicted withcatarrh and colds.
4.
I. the Buttgenbach Phosphate company are having and about which we ,which made life a burden.
to the
in the
prove charges mandamus We have in our files a great numberof
I
[ Rev C. C. Carroll delivered an eloquent one of the largest phosphate hear exclamations, daily, "My, I never "The coughing and hacking which
proceeding.This letters from grateful women who
educational sermon at Mclntosh saw it so dry!" We will examine the accompanied the disease was terrible.
he visits
in world and
companies the is a most serious and important have been benefited by Feruna, with
Monday statistics of the past few for "The complaint finally extended to
F' night. the mines at Holder several times every years matter, and we urge you to cometo permission to use these letters in publio
t the months of'October and November, the stomach and 1 was In a wretched
print.
home from year. Ocala without fail, on the 20th, condition."I .
Miss Atkinson returned, as they seem to be the dry months for Catarrh would not be such a curse to
where she inst., to give the Attorney General tried different remedies and the
Martin Monday afternoon, Col. Adam L. Eichelberger has returned this season of the year. the human race if people thoroughly }-
f the facts to support him in his efforts best professional treatment all in vain.
pent Sunday with relatives.Dr. from a several weeks' visit to In 1906 we had for these months understood Its nature.
< I to afford relief to citizens of your section "Finally, a* a last resort, I tried Catarrh disease which improves
t a never *
l in that city had 0.88 and 0.45 respectively total
and while or a
Tampa sev-j Femna the recommendation of
, of Micanopy, and whole upon
L. Montgomery, the state. ot Its own accord but becomes
I down Monday afternoon to see eral interviews with the officials of of 1.33 inches; in 1905 we had 0.37 PLAN AND SCOPE COMMITTEE my sister in Hamilton."I deeper seated the longer it Is neglectedItshould

( came "Tampa Northern," who are buildinga and 0.60 a total of 0.97 inches; just could see steady improvement and be treated at once to prevent
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins, who is very railroad from Tampa to Brooksville! 0.36 less than we had in 1906. In 1904 OCALA BOARD OF TRADE. after using fonr bottles of that precious It from m.UDIlJroads upon vital

sick. and on up the state and Colonel Eich we had an excess in these months, being t medicine I was feeling well again, my organs.
Every reader of this paper is requested :
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR FREE PERUNA ALMANAC FOR 1907. s
interesting himself i in 3.64 and 2.45 a total of 6.09
r Charles A. Ingle, elberger is
)Jr. and Mrs. to examine the list of infor- i
, of Rochester, N. Y., having the same built through this inches also in 1902 we had an excess
, charming people ration asked for in the letter, and'be ---
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are the guests of their friends, Mi city In its progress northward. He being 6.26 and 2. 81 or a total of 9.07' present with specific facts covering

: Lancaster. has studied the map and is well acquainted !inches, while in 1903 and 1901 were -THElorion -
and Mrs. Forney his own complaint.Rev. J .
with the land between again normal, being 0.36 and 1.20, a ,
i,
Mrs. C. L. Moore has gone to New Ocala and Brooksville and says the total of 1.56 for 1903 and 0.41 and 1.18, R. V. Atkisson to be the New

r Orleans, where she will spend the road coming from Brooksville here a total of 1.59 for 1901. If we include Methodist Preacher in This City.

s Christmas holidays with her son, )Ir.i' would pass through some of the richest September, this year will show a little At the concluding session of the

; Clarence Moore and his family. land in the state. He has interviewed less than either of the other years conference at Palatka Monday morn Hardware COl1)p3QYREA

i Col. Camp and others, who with 1903 as the next lowest. ing the appointments were read by; : /

Mr. E. E. Cline, of Auburndale, was own large tracts of land between the We also hear theories, Mr. Editor, the bishop.

In Ocala Monday. He came through two cities, and this paper hopes that about the temperature; that becauseit Rev. R. V. Atkisson, who has been

.' the country in a Cadillac automobile, his efforts will meet with success.A was very hot, or a long and heated the beloved pastor at Orlando for the ---

In which he Is touring_ the state. summer we must, necessarily, have past four years, was sent to this city -. Y

m .r Beautiful Horse. !.a cold winter-or because, in the first
for the Mr. Atkisson has
has gone tiBeIlbuckle coming year. American Wire Fencing,
Mrs. Henry C. Groves has' just I'half of the year, we had an excess of: :
visit her young Mr. Richard S. Hall purchased been in the Florida conference for
Tenn., to the prettiest horses rain we must have a cold winter. four Jacksonville Sash Doors and Blinds ';
school at that one of I only eight years, years at
son, who Is attending These are mere guesses which anyone
visit relatives at that perhaps has ever been shippedto and four years at Orlando.He .
will
e'. place. She also the prettiest one' can make and about next May we Paints. Oils and Varnishes,
returning home. Florida, certainly : has the reputation of being oneof ,
Nashville before I With the can tell who comes the nearest.In I
ever seen in Ocala. exception r the most eloquent preachers in the ;

Mr. T. D. Bryan has rented Mrs. of one foot, which is white, it is the meantime I would advise people conference and has been exceedingly Mill and Mining Supplies, ; .

Annie Perry's cottage on Fort King, a perfect bay and is named "Royal to "jog their memories" a little popular in both of his charges andin Turpentine Snpplies,

: avenue and will move his family into Whitefoot." The animal is city broke,I before they say they "never say it so all probability will be greatly likedin "

... the same. Mr. Bryan has recently and, though spirited is perfectly gentle I[I Iry"w.. L. JEWETT. Ocala. Rev. L. W. :Moore who forthe Improved Fanning Tools}

sold his home to Dr. Walter Hood. and can be driven by a woman. past three years-has been the pastor
I
Mr. Hall, who is a splendid judge of of the Ocala church, has been sent
and The Silver Tea at Mrs. Hocker's.A .
r Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hyman horses, says that this one is in all respects -j to the Tampa Heights church. Mr. GET OUR PRICES

children arrived in the city Monday the most perfect animal that : pleasant event of Monday was the I Moore: will probably preach his farewell
to spend hunch tea at the home of Mrs. William -
Augustine will
believes
morning from St. he-has ever seen and I sermon in this city next Sunday
this city Hocker, which was given by the
the Christmas holidays In take the blue ribbon at any fair. The| nl fight. He is one of the best preachers
woman's missionary union of the Baptist .
They are guests at the Montezuma animal is a beautiful driver as we can I that has ever been in this city
church. Hardware Company
hotel. testify. Everybody is complimentingIr. and his Ocala friends are delightedthat Marion
f ..I I Mr. Hocker was assisted by her sister -
purchase.The
Hall upon his handsome hehas received such an excellent
Dozier has entered into Mrs. Duval, and Mrs. Sistrunk, i
C. thousand
Dr. Harry horse cost him an even appointment. Rev. F. R. Bridgeswas
with the E. P. Rentz Lumber [Mrs. Goin, :Mrs. J. D. Robertson and
contract
a dollars. returned to this circuit.
Springs for the Miss Mattie Williams. -r -
company at Silver | Rev. J. P. Hilburn was sent to Bartow -
He will In the dining coffee and sandwiches .__ .
room
at that place. busy Monday h< .. .,
mill practice court was I Rev. J. A. Henrdy was made --.y' '
circuit ;; :
The ; -. :,____ ___. '. _" _
practice in Ocala Besides were served. Mrs. W. :M. Scott, !I. L__ __ ..::;: "' h' '- -
general
also do a all day and made good progress. presiding elder of'the Jacksonville "
abundant sue Memphis, Tenn., sat at the table i
This paper wishes him trying Mr. J. A. Wester for for 10f district. Rev. T. J. Nixon was returned

cess. gery; a murder trial case was docketed and poured the coffee and Miss Williams I to Gainesville and Rev.' John B.Ley .

,, the jury impanelled, and the case and Mrs. Robertson served. and Rev. E. L. Ley were sent Gold Storage
Singleton, of Inverness of Lee In the library were displayed many
Ira that
J.
Mrs finished. The case was back: to Jacksonville. Rev. Piner, of .
Ocala Monday after beautiful articles that have been
killIng
passed through charged with sent to the First :Methodist -
Merrell. who was SL Louis was
her way to Jacksonville,, Irvine in June of made by this society during the summer
noon on her husband at church at Tampa, Rev. W. J. MeatsWe
visit her sister Mrs. months. Every article was made of
Mathews
she will C. H. -
where this year. The jury was Carpenter, was returned to the Hyde
She was accompanied Ditto, C. W. with pocket handkerchiefs and there
Wallace Kelsey. J. L. Smoak W. L. Park church at Tampa and Rev.
Mrs. Kelsey's little daughter, R. A. Ellison, H.. were some very novel and pretty Live Oak.
by J. A. Thomas Howard Dutill goes back to
Deal, .
with her at Inverness Deve- things and with only or two exceptions beg to annuounce to the
been S. one
. .' Winona, who has C.; Coins, A. J. Stevens, C. Rev. T. M. Weir, of Martel, is sent -
,; for the past three weeks. and Charles Rheinauer. Major every piece was disposed of. to Anthony and Rev. Outlander to
neaux of this affair public that we are ready to
'. defended the. woman and States The proceeds pleasant Martel, Rev. J. E. Mickler, to itraand
,. Izlar
" Arthur Hardaker. The will be given Christmas offeringto
Mr. and Mrs. Davis prosecuted her. as a Rev. Cunningham to Reddick.

., whose wedding was a beautiful eventat Attorney was hat of "not guilty the Baptist Orphanage at Arcadia. Rev. Ferderick Pasco was continued cure Meats. We-GUA AN-
verdict }
city on
the Baptist church in this to serve a
t. was sentenced as the editor of the Florida Christian
December the third, Wester Knights of Pythias at Reddick. TEE SATISFACTION and
the evening of term of three years in the state penitentiary Advocate at Like Oak. -_....... -
returned to Ocala Sunday morning. charge and the sentenceonthe -I The Knights of Pythias at Reddick

They spent their honeymoon visiting on one other charge against gave a very splendid function at that Serious Wreck Near High Springs. solicit your patronage.$$..a. cUEL

New York and Washington and en suspended. place Monday night and all those who Saturday night two Atlantic CoastLine

route home stopped with relatives in him was attended the affair had a big time trains collided near High

Chattanooga for a day or two. Mr. Mrs F.- R.. Bridges and children, The Ocala lodge was representedby Springs. The fireman and two flagmen OCAlE''

and Mrs. Hardaker will be guests at T. H. Johnson and :Mrs. W. W. Messrs, Jake Brown. W S. Durst, were killed and the conductor sobadly [ CE&F
Mrs.
the Ocala House until January the Clvatt went up to Palatka Saturday W. W Clyatt, J. G. Spurlin Will Lu injured that it is thought he will vst

: tint when they will be at home at be present at the closing cius, T. E. Bridges, R. E. Yonge, C. '
to _
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,Mirtel, where Mr Hardaker Is the. sessions afternoon of the annual conference of K. Sage T. J. Owen and several oth die.We did not learn the particulars ofthe ,
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:eta1 manager of the Martel Lum.'t. the Methodist church south. ers. wreck. .

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vantages, from which the south and j[ BBBEEBBEto 88888a8flmM
To the Editor Ocala 'Banner: west are exempted.The .

I PORT INDUS Mr. Bryan's great speech deliveredin east is the richest section of !

New York upon his return. from our country, not because of the su- t
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Europe has been praised and criti periority of her people, or the vol- J
ume of her resources, but because of ;
cised from Maine to California. But
SPECIAL.] 4
AN IMPORTANT SEAPORT, the unjust laws which have forced .
of the gifted Wattersonhas ,
the
GREAT FUTURE comment and west to
WITH A I the agricultural south I II
-OCALA SHOULD AID' IN been copied by the press, and I pay tribute to that' section., J Ji gj
of the '
3 read by a majority reading pub- H
from
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SECURING A CONGRESSIONAL -
lic, causing manw to look on government -
the I various transportation companies
' APPROPRIATION. ownership of railways as]I !
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{has made fall progress that in the
something opposed to their best interest I I
j I south is impossible.:
fly Hon. Robert L. Anderson. and contrary to the true prin- Why are the raiivays perrritted to I I HOLIDAY SALE

.......................... ciples of democracy. If the spoils charge the government more for carrying j
is to continue if the appointing -
1 To the Editor Ocala Banner: system ; the mails than is exacted of the
Congress is again in session, ana power Is best and be applied to express companies for their service?
government roads, then Colonel Wat I
at the very opening of the national We admit one or two things. Either n
terson is right, it would prove the
control themor
the cannot
legislature we find the rivers and har- government

bors congress, composed of delegates greatest world ever source saw. The of appointing corruption pow-the it pity can the and people will not.who at If the regular formerwe In- t a FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS Q.

from all parts of the country, holdIng er takes from the \people the best tervals are made believe by the selfish -
elements of self-government, and W m
4 its session in Washington, and politicians that the ship of stateis V
should be done with as fast as
demanding an appropriation of *!RAuOO .- away moving smoothly to better timesIf !

to Improve the waterwaysand possible.That in the hands of presi- the latter, government ownershipis V :- m\
power wIthJ J '
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all that if left us. And I say, :
harbors of the United States. dents and governors enables them to es ; fear or favor: b i.

Among the strongest reasons ad- control the influence of men, who, if
lit Control' them if you can.
vanced in the address before the freed from personal obligation; would
.
2nd. Own them if you cannot.Mr. .
convention for granting this refuse to stand pat for men whose 0
great ;
i Shoes : m
Bryan is right,as to government J
appropriation is the necesisty of acts are repugnant to them,and whose 0
ownership, but wrong as to joint ownership j
checking and ultimately destroyingthe principles are opposed to' their con-
by states and nation. And ifti.e '
present railroad control of the ception of right m
democratic party Is to ever secure I M
nation's commerce. A full and an in- All officers Intended for clerical positions
contra of the federal government I
telligent use of water transportation should be named under civil
again, it must do by standing for the I hi More Styles than before Stock fu
ever
U the surest means of accomplishingthis. service rules. And those rules shouldbe Larger
people and not the oppressive corpor-
honest American rules, and not o'jons. The vote we received two o M
It seems to me that the people of partisan trickery. No community I than Usual for Ladies Gentlemen
years: ago, with a Wall street candidate ,
Ocala and of this entire section of should have officers thrust upon them I
and the free use of a republican MM
Florida have an interest in these mat- inacceptable to a majority of said Misses Boys and The Babies
platform does not inspire us with a D ,
matters. Their voice should be heard community. That would take from
desire to repeat the folly, nor would J
and their Influence should be exacted. executive officers a power that is too
it lid us hope for victory.
Cln favor of liberal appropriation for after used to the detriment of the peo- J
G. G. )!. '
Improving the harbors and waterways ple's interest, and has enabled worth- t ffJ

In our vicinity.If less men to retain power and positioon Rivers and Harbors Congress Recently !04 .

this Is to be done, now is the which they were unworthy to fill. in Session in Washingon. t foV

time to act. The country seems to The abrogation of the spoils system The great project in which the middle J .

be aroused on the subject. The pres- would remove all objection to gov- west is vitally Interested, the

ident has made it plain in his recent ernment ownership of railways. And lakes-to-the-gulf deep waterway, was Clothing and F &

speeches that he favors generous aid the public ownership of these great. kept prominently before the rivers t Furnishings
from the government toward developing would de-
transportation companies and harbors committee. At a recep- J

and improving the commercial stroy one of our great corporate pow.! tion at the White House, the officers m. m

possibilities of rivers and harbors.In ers, which has robbed the public of i of the ship canal association presented I

this connection it is well to bringto everything but the name. I I President Roosevelt with a silver ,, 4 For Gentlemen Youths and Boys. Line J
notice what has been done ,
public If Mr. Watterson is right in his j I I medal and sang the following song I
at Port Inglis. Here is a seaport carrying sweeping objection to government I i to the air of "Shouting the Battle ffl and
Complete attractive. See m
on an already vast commerce, ownership of railways, then followingout Cry of Freedom:" very our

through the efforts, the money and his line of argument, the postalservice "We represent the'people who want t

brains, of a few men controlling the should be given to private the waterway Q Umbrellas, Hats and Caps.

Dunnellon Phosphate company. How companies, for it employs men who Fourteen feet through the valley. m

V V much money this company has expended may be influenced by the positions We represent the shippers who have "

In the work is not publicly known, they hold and salaries they receive to the biggest say- ,

but the amount should easily exceeda support parties and men who don't Fourteen feet through the valley, t -- I

half million dollars. represent their ideals of wise and just We want the ship a running and low- !07 ,
Capt. John L. Inglis. the Messrs. policies. ering the rate- 09

Auchlncloss and other men of wealthIn Every one will agree that the "money Fourteen feet through the valley,

the Dunnellon Phosphate company devil" will destroy the renuMi- And if the t
we get water we'll guarantee -
have already accomplished much. The and crush the people's hopes unless i the freight- J o Dry Goods & Notions m

t figures show It. They have done it, they kill or control it. And what bet Fourteen feet through the valley,

too, without government aid thus far. ter way could it be crushed than by f CHORUS. ,

The results these men have attained destroying and taking from corporations -
We're
going to have the water, I!UII -
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are truly surprising and demonstrate the source from which they We're going to have the I

their wisdom and business sa draw their dishonest revenues. None We've got the tonnage waitingTo way Q Large Stock. Well Selected Strictly Up- g i

gacity. will deny that the great railway make the vessels
pay;
Here are a few figures taken from companies have contributed to campaign And we'll get the fifty millions O, to-date Styles. Special attractions in c
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official sources which give some idea funds and often force their em- With Uncle Sam's 0. K. ;

of the business of Port Inglis up to ployees to vote contrary to their hon- Fourteen feet through the yaUf>v." g:i Ladies' COATS and RAIN COATS. % :
s December 31, 1905: est convictions.It J y

The value of exports for 1905 was is true we have not the right to When to Go Home. O Don't fail '
to this entire
12,222,532.: The value of imports was I force railway companies to sell their From the Buffalo, Ind., Banner: ,1 inspect 1 j

J1333CO. The increase in tonnage in 'property to the government, nor have "When tired out go home. When (
you want consolation go home. When g Department. It is
1905 over that in 1904 was 65 per cent. ':any right to take these railways from you waitt fun go home. When you complete -
The total commerce from September these corporations who have acquired want to show others that you have O
: 25, 1902 when business began, .them under the laws of our country reformed, go home and let your fam- in all details. '

to December :n, 1905 was $4,763,198.80. however unjust those laws may be. ily get acquainted with the fact.
When you want to show yourself at :
The number .of vessels and craft .
But the government has the rightto I.
jour best go home and do the act
was 29.The squeeze the water. out of overvalued there. When :you feel like being extra p : m
statistics for 1906 not yet pub- stocks, and force them to a proper liberal go home and practice on
lished, will, I am informed, show a value. your wife and children first. When
you want to shine with extra brill-
heavy increase over 1905.It I There can be no question raised as iancy go home and light up the whole g'J'
is well known that by means of ;( to what is a proper value. Full cost househuld." To which we would add

financial aid from the government i{ of construction and< equipment, or when you have a bad cold go home .
this port can be made an excellent'harbor I just what it would cost to build a and take Chamberlain's Cough Rem- d Groceries .
edy and a quick cure is certain. For
in which shipping can be safe parallel line, is the value of a rail- sale by all druggists. m ,
ly and economically carried on at all ai

seasons of the year. way.But when we see railways costing A Nice Compliment for Broward.

The railway owned by the Dunn- $20,000.00 per mile capitalized for Governor Broward, as some see OQ d

: ellon company, is and has been for $80,000.00 and earning a good dividendon him, is the most popular man the state This Department, AS ALWAYS, is strictly m

several years in operation. from the that amount, it is plain, to anyone ever had. The latest figuring over

company's mines at Dunnellon. that thinks that the people are be- the matter, as done by some of our 1 Up-to-date and fully stocked with the ill

Should this road, through a stroke of ing robbed seventy-five per cent in prominent thinkers Is this: The people

food fortune for Ocala, ever be ex- charges. That condition does not prevail of Florida have always been opposed q Best and Freshest Goods to be had.
tended to this city, the good results in any other country in the world. to the governor's drainage

would be well nigh incalculable. The No people have ever endured more patiently scheme, but heartily in favor of the

management of the road would be in such unjust oppression than governor, and notwithstanding the

the hands of men who are the friends iae..citizens .of this republic.. And if i fact that he ran on a platform that g -, .

I of our people, and who would be, as the government cannot" control the .the people opposed, and'that his ,opponents '-
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'they have been in the past, ready to railway's Interest, they should build were some of the ablest men >

cooperate with their energy and parallel lines to carry the mails and .I in Florida, the,people made him governor -

means in developing the industries furnish a cheap service for parcelsand I and reserved their vote on

and building up the fortunes of this freight. And therefore free the drainage till the last election just to Item

section., masses of our people from the oppressive show the governor that they wanted Every

Ought not Ocala and this territory charges now imposed upon him and not drainage.-Santa Rosa

extend a helping hand to and exhibit them by the railways and express Star.

some interest in Port Inglis? companies.Mr. OQ In each department offered at the Lowest Prices m
consistent
It is in our power to assist mater. Watterson knows that the great

ially in securing recognition and aid express: companies have preventedthe ,-ItWil with value and 'a competent force of sale men on hand

f oin the present congress for this establishment of a postal parcel
r Important port. which anxious to wait on customers and desirous
service is enjoyed by_the people most
Let, us do it. And that quickly. of many of the European coun PayYou of pleasing and M t
one all.
c Petitions and memorials will be prepared tries. And I am afraid that needed ,

within a short time, calling reforms will never be secured so longas --.- w
jpon congress and especially on our these great public carriers are 1 _
trepresentatives.. The matter will also owned and controlled by private cor- ll I c r You have any Real Estate> -:
to sell '
be brought before our Ocala board of :
porations. Leading men speak of regulating ------V ii&

tr.. e. the railways, by controllingthem. OR CALL-: V
In this way merited help can be If they can do it, why have ,
tenled to a worthy enterprise and they not done so already? Why have IF You're thinking of coming PLEASE FAVOR US WITH A :'' W
to Florida for a home, 1
lr hvlpirg others we shall at the they not compelled roads to fix

fame time be aiding in the growth I charges on real value of railroadsand 00

and development of Ocala and this not water op -

portion of the state. Why does the government permit You desire to invest in any
bY ,
railway companies to charge less on IF kind of Florida property, JH.B.
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Ma White & Co. freight from the north coming south MASTERS

tcuismu. err than is 'charged from the south goIng TO SEE '
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t ,..,.JMMIJM4......w. f e north? OR WRITE .
n.'t The answer is easy the captialistsof

4 FURS 1180 Illdpcis.. the north know that heir financial J. H..l LIVINGSTON & SOBS s m Is

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CAU'S LIVELY OFFICIALS PROTESTANTS PUT TO SHAME. "In caring for their children Catholics One ''Result of the Railroad Rate Law NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO THE I NOTICE.

teach us a lesson. Statistics show There is little doubt that one re GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF _

ell, well well! Here is a pretty Dr. Peters Contrasts. Their Church that Protestants do not hold their I suit of the new railroad rate law FLORIDA FOR AN AMENDMENT In the Circuit Court of the Fifth
OF THE CHARTER OF THE Judicial Circuit of Florida In' and for
.dee do revealed by our esteemed Laxity With Catholic Devotion.Dr. own children to the church."I t will be the absorption of the refrige- MARTEL LUMBER COMPANY. Marion County-In Chancery.

-,itemp.. the Ocala Banner.. That have no patience with those rating business by the railroads as A. P.Monroe, Robert Monroe and N.

al in speaking of the session of Madison C. Peters the .emi higher Christians' who have no timeto part of the regular duty of carriers. Notice is hereby given that on the McDonald and D. J. McEachern as -,

grand jury just closed says: nent Baptist divine of New York, who do practical good. Our religion is Private car lines are not enumeratedas 7th,day Florida of January, application 1907 will at Tallahassee be made- copartners doing business under the

;"Among those against whom indict- will give up his church in January too much talk. We have too many wo: common carriers,, and they should. by the MARTEL LUMBER COMPANY Co.firm name of Munroe, McDonald &
complainants vs. M. A. Alexan
ents have been found are the fol- next and preach in a theatre, in a re- men's meetings and not enough sisters -, not be. The law should not ecognize for an amendment to its charter der, R. G. Alexander defendants-Order L

wing: Sheriff Henry Gordon for as- cent sermon to the Baptist church of of charity. Kindly, generous lov- them at all. It is the business of the as follows: for Constructive Service.It .
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1. That the third clause of the charter
alt with intent to murder; Police- the Epiphamey said: ing acts-people believe in that kind regular carrier to supply their equip- of the :Martel Lumber Company is ordered that the defendants -

an Homer Dean one indicament forsault "Catholics teach us the lesson of of religion. I I ment, and whether they do so by purchase be stricken out, and that in lieu thereof herein named to-wit: M. A. Alexan

with intent to murder and one regular and constant attendance upon "Catholis charities covering every or lease is of no consequenceto the following be inserted as the der and R. G. Alexander be and they

or mayhem; Jailer Charles W. Smith, public worship. Protestants go when conceivable case of need and suffering the public. Each railroad line will third wit: clause in said charter, to- are bill hereby of complaint required in this to appear cause to on the or

or larceny of a bull." the weather is just to their liking.It put Protestants to shame." consul its own convenience in that "3. The amount of cpatial stock before

The Banner mentions two other in- is high time that an umbrella was matter. Roads which have use for will be Two Hundred Thousand Dollars Monday, the 17th day of Dec. 1906.It .

ctments of individuals. for bribery. invented that would protect he Protestants Williston Baptist Church1. refrigerators the year round will consiting"of two thousand is further ordered that a copy of
Gentlemen- shares of the value of hun- this brder be published once a week
one
I from the rain on Sunday. pribably own a good many of their. par
d one against a company for dis- for four consecutive weeks in the .r
It's sound sense that we tell you. dred dolalrs each and that the said
eying the anti-trust law, but these Who has not heard early on Sunday It will cost less dollars to paint cars or perhaps all. Those who require capital stock of the said corporationshall Ocala Weekly Banner, a newspaper

sink into trifling insignificance beSide II I morning the tramp tramp, of the your church with L. & M. Paint be- them only part of the year will be paid in as follows: One hundred published in said county and state.

the alleged criminality of Ocala's! people with a hard week's work be- cause more painting is done with one I lease. and twenty thousand dollars of This second day of November 1906.
of L. & M. than with the stock will be in (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK,
gallon two gallons paid by a conveyance
hind The inter-state commission
public officials. Now, assaults with them and often a day's work before commerce Clerk Circuit >
of other paints and the L. & to the corporation of mills, ma- Court Marion County
Intent to murder and chewing some them while we are asleep, has has held, before the passage of Florida. i
M. Zinc hardens the L. & M. White chinery, mules, carts, lands, timber
portion of a man's anatomy are very tening to the Catholic church? Lead and makes the L. & M. Paint the new law that refrigeration was timber rights and other property By George Leitner, D. C.

cruel and revolting crimes and call "The Catholic puts his church first. wear like iron. I an incident of transportation for situated in Marion county Florida, Hocker and Duval .
will be liberal the valuation of which has been Complainant's Solicitors 11-9
church just
Any given a
Seek which carriers directly -
for loud denunciation and larceny inn to employ a Catholic his first are responsible
quantity free whenever they paint. I fixed by the corporators at said sum
ordinary cases is aJow down thing. inquiry is whether there is a church 4 gallons of L. & M. mixed with 3 I and that refrigerator charges of one hundred and twenty thousand NOTICE.

dlspUed by the large majority of mankind handy. Catholics go to church to gallons linseed oil will paint a moderate were part of regular freight rates dollars." -

who prefer to get what they worship; Protestants frequently! to size house. and as such subject to regulation by 2. That the fifth section of said 1906 taxes are HOW due.
I Actual cost L. & M. about $1.20 charter be amended by striking out 1. Taxes are due and payable on
want by more honorable methods. It hear an eloquent preacher. The devotional per the commission. The new law evidently '
-
the first
gallon. the words "second Wednesday in De- Monday of November each
Is, however Impossible to refrain element in too many of our T. E. Webb, painter, Hickory N. C., contemplates this condition by cember" and substituting thereforthe year. '
from expressing admiration for the churches is lost sight of. The sermonIs writes "house painted with L. & :M. not including private freight car linesas words third Tuesday in March." 2. Personal and poll taxes must be

man who commits larceny on the per everything. If that is not great, 15 years ago have not needed painting common carriers.-New York 3. That the sixth section of said paid at the same time that real estate '
since." charter be amended by striking out is paid on, if the assessments are to
Guide.
of bull-we : he was a eloquent, magnificent the pews are Fruitman's
ion a suppose I the
Sold by McIver & MacKay Oca.la.I therefrom the words and figures "fifty same party. :
live one nothing appearing to the contrary empty.I Florida x thousand, $50,000.00," and substituting 3. If possible come in person to

-for the inate courage and defense have known many men and women About Digestion.It therefor the words and figures pay your taxes. Paying by mail or

of fate on the part of this kind who in lowly homes of povertysent This rhyme is familiar: "Tall oaks is not the quantity of food taken "one hundred thousand, $100,000.00." through other parties, is frequently
but the amount digested and assimilated 4. That the following clause be unsatisfactory.
of thief largely mitigate the moralgravity up grateful prayers and praiseto from little acorns large streams
grow
that gives strength and vitalityto added as a part of said charter to- 4. When you come to pay your taxes
of the crime. Should Jailer God, were faithful to their church from Title rivulets flow." It now turns wit: "This corporation shall, at its bring a description from your deedor

Smith escape the hand of justicce, we and give liberally from their pittance, out that the incident in San Fran the system. Chamberlain's Stomach -I annual meeting to be held each year latest tax receipt, of what you wish -

advise him to go to Spain, where a but now that the humble home has cisco, which incited a large part of and Liver Tablets invigorate the hereafter or as soon thereafter as it to pay on.
stomach and liver and enable themto may be practicable to do so, elect a 5. Don't wait till last few days of
Job: as toreador in the imperial bullfight been exchanged for the costly man the president's message and is aboutto perform their functions. The result Board of Directors of the Company, time to pay, then expect the best ser .

arena awaits him.-Tampa Tri sion and higher social ambitions they lead to war between Japan and is a relish for your food, increased each of whom shall be a stockholder. vice either by mail or in person. The

bune. have forsaken the God of their youth, the United States was caused by a strength and weight, greater endurance of this Company and the said Board. rush is then on and delays are una -

I r We have had an interview with Mr. neglected the church and out of their small boy throwing a tin can and and a clear head. Price 25 of Directors to be composed of not voidable. You must take your turnas
cents. free. For sale all
it
Samples by more than seven members and not comes.
Smith the jailor and he is not disturbed .abundance, give little or nothii g. knocking the silk hat from the headof druggists. m less than three." You must have your property prop-

about the true bill returned Catholics seldom ever in their pros- Professor Omori, a Japanese college (seal) J. K. KELLEY, erly assessed if you wish to avoid .

'against him by the grand Jury except perity turn against their church. professor. It is history repeating The New York Times points out :,12-7-5t Secretary. trouble in payment of taxes. The collector .,:: ;

for the unpleasant notoriety it is ,giVe "The rich Catholic hesitates not to 1 itself. The war of the revolutionof that Stephen A. Douglass said of Cu- :I cannot alter the valuation or

fes him. He says that when the kneel by the side of the poorest.: Thereis 1776 was precipitated by throwinga ba in 1858, "It is a matter of litle 1 NOTICE OF A MEETING OF THE the description tax books.of assessments found on

proper time comes he will prove con- a real democracy in the Catholic few chests of tea into the sea at consequence whether we want it or STOCKHOLDERS OF THE MAR E. L. CARNEY, '.
COMPANY FOR
TEL LUMBER
church in before God. If thereIs not, we are compelled to take it. We 11-9-tf
"dasively from whom he bought the prayer Boston harbor and the great Chicagofire THE PURPOSE OF INCREASINGTHE Tax Collector.

ball and that the "marks and brands" one place this side of heaven where was caused by a cow kicking overa may perform the duty of annexation CAPITAL STOCK OF THE i .
says the Courier-Journal as the little GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT .
. sere duly inspected by the proper officials man and women ought to meet on a kerosene lamp. SAID COMPANY.Notice
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
,
boy caught the itch "cause we can'thelp .
it be in the
common level, ought to .
; furthermore, that the person is hereby given that a
who preferred the charges never in house of God."Protestants. Prevent Headache. it. meeting of the stock holders of the Notice is hereby given that on the
bull the bull should learn from Force them? No-aids them. Ra MARTEL LUMBER COMPANY will 27th day of December, A. D., 1906.
Us life saw his own nor Catholics how to give. Catholics are mon's treatment of Liver Pills and Best selection of matches, "all new." be held at its place of business at at the court house in Marion county

lie claims was his own. Tonic Pellets strengthens the liver Weihe, The Jeweler. x Martel Florida on the 7 day of Jan- Florida, the under signed as guardianfor
1r In other words Mr. Smith claims generally poor. Behold'their churches. uary, 1907 at one o'clock p. m. The the minors Katie Mai McIntyre
(that It is a case of mistaken bull Behold the earnings they lay upon and digestive organs so that they do NOTICE.In object of the meeting being to authorize and Hellen McIntyre, wit present my "
the altar of the church. Every Catholic their own work and fortifies your and vote an increase of the accounts and vouchers to the Hon. .,'
I, Identiy. is identified with some parish. constitution against future troubles. Marion Circuit Court Fifth Judicial capital stock of the said Company Joseph Bell, county judge in and for
Circuit of Florida. from Twenty-Five Thousand DVlars: Marion county and make my final ,ji
Looks like Hon. Joseph W. Baileyof There are tens of thousands of Pro- Entire treatment 25 cents. at Ty dings Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. settlement and apply for final discharge I
& Co. 3 I to
Texas is "up against it." They testants whose church membership Is Tampa & Jacksonville Railway Company (seal) J. K. KELLEY, as guardian of the said minors 1

seem to have "caught him with the in their trunks or in the place where Gold, silver and gold filled crosses, a Corporation, Organized and 12-7 5t Secretary, from the said court. 'j
Existing Under the Laws of the Dated June 19th 1906. ;}
goods."-Lake City ,Index. they used to live. "all new." Weihe The Jeweler. x NOTICE.Of A. McINTYRE k i
State of Florida vs. Irene B. Brew-
I As guardian of Katie Mai and Helen "f
t er.-Notice of Condemnation Pro- '
I McIntyre, Minors. 6-22-6m :
for Tax Deed Under
I ceedings. Application -9

- .Section 8 of 4888 Laws of NOTICE OF APPICATION
z .. rwvi1 Notice is hereby given to all per Chapter FOR
sons interested in or having a lien Florida. LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S 1 1
t .
on the following described property LAND. spry

! RYE OoRNANoN l 9 ft MARYUND GLOB situate, lying and being in Marion Notice is hereby given that J. T. .:
, county, Florida, and more particularly Notice is hereby given that on the :
At $1.50 per Gallon. No j Per bottle $1.50 case of described as follows, to-wit: Hall, purchaser of tax certificate No. third day of January, A. D., 1907, =
. ; 136 dated July 1, 1901 and certificateNo. will apply to Honorable Joseph I)1'-)1'
extra charge for Jugs twelve bottles for $15.00. A' strip of land one hundred and ,
fifty feet wide situate in the north- 42 dated the 2nd day of June A. county judge in and for Marion county .*
state of Florida at his office in .]
i west quarter of section 10, township A., 1902 has filed said certificate in
14, range 20, and more particularly Ocala, in said county for an order
"ED'S PLACE. ) WHEN IN TOWN
(
C FEE described as follows: Seventyfivefeet my office and has made applicationfor authorizing me as guardian of the
tax deed to Issue in accordancewith minor heir of the estate of James
Call and and M.
see us
In connection with on each side of the center line ,
' saloon where TO THE TRADE we will try to treat law. Said certificate embracesthe Benton deceased to sell at private
: you of the survey of the Tampa & Jack sale the following property belonging .
white.OLD ;
.
best. you described sit
find the following property
can sonville railway company starting at t
to said estate, to-wit: All of block
Our prices are figured on the very i a point on the center line of section uated in Marion county Florida, to- thirty-four of Caldwell's Addition to
110, five hundred and t-reaiy-nfne: (529). wit: 10 chains north and south by 8 the city of Ocala, Marion county stateof
Lowest Cash basis and under no circumstances of the of the
feet west center corner
I chains east and west in northwest Florida except lots seven, eight, .
SOUR MASH will we ship goods C. 0. J>., PRIVATE STOCK said sec. thence east eight degrees and corner of southeast quarter, section nine and ten of Benton's subdivision -
" will fifty-five minutes east to the north of said block thirty-four as per
as the Express companies only Full 1.50 four 25 township 12, range 21, also all of
75 cents Quart ; line of said section 10, and contain- the plat of said sub-division recordedin
Fall ;
t' four full Quarts Quarts, $3.00;; take whiskey at owner's risk and open quarts, delivered $6.00 I ing nine and three-tenths acres more the southwest quarter of southeast the office of the clerk of the cir-

\ twelve quarts, delivered The law will not allow them to ship twelve quarts delive''dwhiskey or less; to be and appear before this quarter except southwest quarter of cuit court of Marion county, Florida.
$16.00. Said land belonging to the estate of
1 Honorable court on the
of northeast
southwest quarter -
for quarter
f9.00. 0. 0. D. We will accept Express .._ Fourth day of February, A. D., 1907, the: said James is!. Benton deceased
section 25, township 12 south,
to be sold for the best interest of said
Orders, Postoffice money orders, same being the first Monday of said
month and a rule day of said court, range 21 east. minor heir. ,
one and two cent stomps and checks I to show cause if any why said property The said land being assessed at the This 26 day of November 1906.

on parties we know are 0. KVe buy LEWIS 66 I should not be condemned and date of the issuance of such certifi- MRS. CARIRE K. BENTON. V

kOYAL VELVET cash and sell for cash thereby taken for uses and purposes as shown cate in the name of Coo W. White and ll-30-5t Guardian.
for
else
four by the petition filed herewith or
$1.50
'1.b0 per quart; four giving our customers the benefit of quarts,per$6.00! quart; case of to be barred of all right title and interest parties unknown. Unless said certificate NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. j _
quarts $6.00; case oftwelve twelve whatsoever'In and to said shall be redeemed accordingto \!
bad accounts. quarts $14.00.HOGAN'S Under and by virtue of a certain final
issuse
for "
quarts $13.00 property.In law tax deed will thereonon

witness whereof, I have hereuntoset the 26th day of December, A. D., decree in chancery made,and entered _,I "":

my hand and affixed the seal of 1906. on the 3rd day of November 1906, by
SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFER said court this 15th day of December, the'Hon. W. S. Bullock judge of the -
Witness official signature and .
1906. my circuit court of the fifth judicial cir "
(seal) S. T. SISTRUNK seal this the 22nd day of November, cuit of Florida, sitting in chancery

Clerk Circuit Court. A. D., 1906. tor .Marion county, in a certain cause

SIX FULL QUARTS FOR $5.00 I IOne By George Leitner D. C. (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK. therein pending wherein Ella Lloyd
F. M. SIMONTON
for Petitioner. 12-21 Clerk' Circuit Court, Marion County, was complainant and Henry L. Lloyd
: Attorney Florida. 11.23 was defendant, the undersIgned'8P <'. .
Quart Maryland Rye, One Quart North Carolina Corn., al master in chancery will offer forsale ,
One Quart Apple Brandy, One Quart Holland Gin, -- and will sell to the highest and

One Quart New England Rum, One Quart Sherry, The Publisher'sClaimsSustained ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF best bidder for cash, before the court .
FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DIS-
house door in Marion county Florida
is something that will Tickle You as it passes down, and you will CHARGE. on'the 7th day of January, 1907,
This
are taken from our regular between the legal hours of sale,said day
that its good. These goods Notice is hereby given that on the
; aggree with us don't think its worth $5.00 for Six Qurts, 8th day of May, A. D., 1907, being the first Monday in said month ; y
stock and after buying if you the undersigned will present his and a legal sale day the following described -i

i and we will gladly refund your money. UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS final accounts and vouchers to Joseph lands lying and being in Mar \. r .
it to us
return Bell, county judge. Marion county ion couny, to-wit:.
FREE WITH EVERY FIVE DOLLAR ORDER. The Publishers of Webster's" International Florida at his office Ocala and Beginning at a point 75 feet southof
AND CORK SCREW Dictionary allege that it 1sinfaetthepopu at .
A GLASS lar Unabridged thoroughly re-edited in every make final settlement and apply for the northwest corner of lot 2 of
detail and vastlyenriched in every part with final administrator of block 25, 0., S. Ocala running thence '
OFFERS the purpose of adapting it to meet the larger discharge as
FEW MORE HOLIDAY : KENTUCKY EEW and severer requirements of another genera estate of J. Porter Smith. deceased. south 37 feet, thence east 60 feet, ',
WEDDING BELL tion. November 2, north 37 feet, thence :west 60 feet to '
BOURBON At 1.25 per quart four that this 1906.T.
; of the allegation
RYE AND We are opinion
N. SMITH, the point of beginning the said 37 ,
and describes the
four quarts, $4.75; case of 12 most ciearly accurately
Full
I quart $1.25: 50 cents Half Gallon work that baa been accomplished and the As Administrator of the Estate of J. feet north and south by ,GO feet east ,
for rand
quarts, $5.00 twelve Leeebnn; Rye, Quart quarts $12.00. result that has been reached. The Dictionary, Porter Smith Deceased. ll-2-6m west is in the southwest corner t
quarts for $15.00.PAUL $1.00; Gallon 81.50. Half Gal- as it now stands, baa been thoroughly reedited of Iot2 of block 25 Old Survey Ocala.
Fashion Rye, Quart 75 cents; In every detail has been corrected in ,
Old every part,and ia admirably adapted to meet NOTICE. H. M. HAMPTON
lon $1.50: Gallon $3.00. $1.ooj Half _ the larger and severer requirements of a 12-7 Special Master In Chancery. ;
Hogans' XXXX Rye, Quart generation which demands more of popular The annual meeting of the stockholders .
philological knowledge than any generationthat
Gallon $2.00; Gallon $4.00. WELLERS 4X CABINET the world has ever contained. of the Marion Hardware Co., NOTICE. -
JONES It is perhaps needless to add hat we referto will be held at their office in Ocala, -
CORN WHISKEY Ten :years old the dictionary in our judicial work as of
At 12 GalIfifiSSafo the highest authority in accuracy of definition Florida, on the second Tuesday of Notice is hereby givpn that the = y :
|1.25 quart; cents Half $2.00 per quait.
per North Carolina, Quart 50 ; : and that in the future as in the past it January, 1907 the same being McGehee' Lumber Co., a corporation '
Quarts for f 13.50. bo of constant reference.CHARTgj .
will the source
Half Gallon January 8, 1901, under the laws of Florida will ap-
a KOTT.LIWREXCBWELDOX..ctet J..tlo. '
*; $1.00; MAIL (RDERS for the purpose of electing officers ply to the Hon. Napoleon B. Brow-

$2.00; Gallon $4.00. JOH.VDOIS.ST4STOS and attending to such other businessas ard, governor of the state of Florida
THE lYERGLADES SWEET GOODS Will have prompt at- J.S,raXLE.CHART.E3 uua a' may come before the meeting.E. on the
WINES AND, tendonfilled and will be 'l, THAGARD, 10th day of December A. D., 1906, s
May be drained bat Blackbery Quart 50 cents= Gallon $1.50. same day. The dbx RIm to WEBSTER'S 12-It Secretary. for the following amendment for Article

Hogan'g creek never Tom Gin, $1.15 to $4.00 pwill Ga11on. INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY VI of the charter of said corporation ..,'
be. Sherry. 50, 60 and 75 cents per quart; $1:50, For a, Two Cent Stamp.A which amendment has been

$2.00 and $3.00 per Gallon. Port, same prIce. -..-- THE GRAND PRIZEi common process has been discovered adopted by said corporation as required t

a-- California Wine $5.00 per case. PHOSPHATE GIN i ( highest award)was given to the International to possess healing propertisnot by law.Proposed .
the World's}Fair St.LOUIS. amendment.
at
I

iUCK:B & WHITE SCOTCH G 0 J H 0 G A N the For every kidneys complaint, $1.50 per of ;I GET THE LATEST AND BESTTouwOlletntertstedinowr known other drug.nretofore The but discoverer tell surpassing will whatit any fora The highest ARTICLE amount of VI.Indebtedness : z

;,, quart. two cent stamp anyone or liability, to which ,the corporation'can .- '
I =heeds no Introduction, is. Address X. Pomipi Fla. x at any 'time ""subject itself shall <':

'.''11.50 per quart. l gpceimen pages tent Jne.G.&C.MERRIAMCO. be three hundred thousand dollars. : .'

: MB MM MMB Ocala Florida j GOODS SENT C. 0 D. j ... Brooches with diamonds pearls";: McGEHEE LUMBER CO., -:.'.< ,. -
.l t PUBLISHERS [NC7fOw Rr ets. The finest in the city. "all new. By. C. J. McGehee. .. -

CHAR6ESFD 1 JUGS . _._ ; __ SPRINGFIELD MASS., Weihe The Jewelr.- :x ; II-9-U > President. :_
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THE TURPENTINE MARKET. ests and those of the producers gen FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. -

.1 erally. It is asserted that for the

4 A Sew-Saw_ Between 66 and_671-2 Cts. first month box, cutting operationshave What They are Doing in the Land of

'i I Rosins in Good Shape. ] been on a more limited scale the Grapefruit and Pine. i. A'W e
f pfl
H MWMB
I than last season. -
monotonous week in the
c Another : Rosins have been in good demand N. 0. Penny of Vero, is shipping ,.
turpentine market, with good receipts ye'ltrea
especially commons. The course of
I large quantities of grapefruit. .
-receipts, In fact larger than for several '
I the market has abundantly demon
weeks past-the same little ups. Ground is being broken up at Boynton ,
strated that. There has been ample HOLIDAYSUGGESTIONS
that have characterized for of tomatoes.
and downs I a large acreage so<
stuff offering to meet trade require- .
} the market for over a month, and demand -:
ments. The calls for supplies have Eggs and butter are very high at I
easily supplied by the offers -
been ample to hold values up stiffly Sanford. Poultry is also scarce and [put )

Ings. Fluctuations were confined and secure during this week some advances high. ft t wl
within the same old range'of one anda ;
the quotations at the close Large quantities of pines and oranges to wa
half cents from 671.2 to 66 cents.
last night showing gains of 20 centson are being shipped from Or- f en

Even as a game of see-saw the market I, 5 on H, G, F, 71-2 on E, 15 on lando by express.J. i seen
has ceased to interest. It was amus
D-A with declines of 15 on water- .'H. Le Torneau and A. E. Ireland ,i on'.
for time to watch it and
ing a go up -
white and 25 on N. There are ten hi
shipped a car of pines from Erin last fid
down and up and down again but constant
1 i weeks of heavy receipts on commons week.A dolmigl!
repetitions have deprived the
ahead. If demand keeps up as it has few beans are being shipped from
market of to revert atten GENTLEMEN'S GOLD WATCHES. PLAIN GOLD RINGS.
any power
been this week producers will be as- Banyan but prices are very poor. .
tion on it and it will be viewed with
sured of a magnificent ending to the Rain is badly needed.H. tbboult
PHONOGRAPHS. PHONOGRAPHS.
apathy until it shows some entirelynew
; season. H, G, F, and E, furnish by Hillman, of Orlando, shipped i' )
developments. There are not far the great bulk of receipts now, :., dr
three cars of lettuce last week, and
lacking those who expect turps to I LADIES' GOLD WATCHES. DIAMOND RINGS.PHONOGRAPHS. .
as will be seen from the daily posted each car contained 300 hampers.The rett
do some. decided "stunts" after the
sales. There are probablly 200,000 .
first cabbage of the season was
holiday season has passed. Until PHONOGRAPHS. -
barrels o( rosins to come to the various cut at Mims last week. Beans are t JIlU!
then there to be
though seems no ex-
pectations of any developments of markets during January and being shipped in large quantites.The HAND BAGS AND PURSES.PHONOGRAPHS. FOUNTAIN PENS.PHONOGRAPHS. I U
February, of which 175,000 will be tomato crop outlook is very t fill
special interest. After this month, of .
commons. So the immense impor promising at Pineland, but the blight t:
receipts to Factors
pieces.
course go
tance to producers of continued high and dry weather are badly I affecting --- n
>* claim that the closing quarter of the ab
values for these grades is at once
-, naval stores year will see unusually them.C. WATCH CHAINS AND FOBS. CUT GLASS WARE.
small receipts of turpentine. They apparent. The important part of A. Harvey, living west of St. Ild:
commons in the economy of the naval will out five acres in EVERYTHING
Petersburg, set
base this claim upon the wonderfullyfine PHONOGRAPHS. PHONOGRAPHS.HANDPAINTED .
stores trade grows greater and greater grapefruit, five in peaches and one in IN THE biCI
weather that has prevailed this
every season. On their values LINE I OFJEWELRY.
month and last allowing the quick pecans.In CHILDRENS' NECKLACES. CHINA..PHONOGRAPHS. .
more and more depend the financial one day last week five cars of .
marketing of the
Buyers -
scrape crop.
status of the naval stores
; operatorsat ofr
from :Miami.
I' .do not seem to be worried at all, oranges were shipped PHONOGRAPHS. .
the close of the season.
far this I
is the record season -
This so
however, about the supplies for the

next three months and display no This (Saturday-) a. m., at 10 o'clock for that town. GOLD LOCKETS. BOLD-HEADED CANES. d
One packer estimates that 90,000 i V II
s undue haste to get the offerings as
call spirits posted steady at 66 1-2, I'rThe
; r
they come on the market. Were it reipts 281, sales 201. boxes of oranges and grapefruit will PHONOGRAPHS. PHONOGRAPHS.GOLDHEADED .,
J from the sections around .
not so the market would speedily ad- Rosins firm, receipts 1,077, sales be shipped aJ '

vance. As it is, at C6 cents the market 2.0SS. Quotations: \V W G.S5. WG Clearwater this season. i GOLD BROOCHES. '- UMBRELLAS f i-

is apparently at, bottom and at 67 $6.75, N $6.00, M $:>.50, K. $5.15, I$1.50H$4.25G$4.05E$4.00CA Walter Hawkins, manager of the, f'r
Fruit Co. is visiting the
12 it reaches top. So it will doubt Consolidated I; PHONOGRAPHS. PHONOGRAPHS. rr
sections,
different orange growing .
less be until some bull interest develops $t.OO.-Savannah Naval Stores Re- .
looking for fruit for his firm. 4
and displays sufficient strength
view. LATEST STYLE BRACELETS. PEARL-HANDLED UMBRELLAS.
I'; to retain and advantage that is gain- Fort Drum growers are busy ship-

s ., ed for prices. JEFFERSON DAVIS STATUE COM- ping their oranges. They hope to get PHONOGRAPHS. JPot
PLETED. through before the Kissimmee river \ GOLD-HANDLED UMBRELLAS. 1:

Nothing has been done in futures Special to the Ocala Banner: gets too low for the boats to run. .

yet. Factors do 'not report any inquiry Providence R. I., Dec. 17.-Alarge The truckers of Coleman are in ,

; for May-August delivery and bronze statue of Jefferson Davis, pres- high spirits over their prospects, as

c have no idea as to what offers will ident of the' Confederate states has the cabbage crop is in fine condition.

come from the exporters. Last winter been completed at the works of the Shipments will begin about January 1. I

?I sales were at 60 cents. Factors Gorman company here. Indignant citizens met at St. Petersburg

claim that producers would not consider The statue is about eight feet high, last week and passed resolutions PRICES

1'r. any price below that. cast in heroc size and will be set up I condemning the miserable service of ir1TI

r" in Monument avenue, Va. the Atlantic Coast Line.
As to box: cut, the factors claim Boardman orange growers think
I It is being erected by the United
1;: j that very little has been done during I I Confederate Veterans Associationand they will have their fruit all shippedby S. ARE RIGHT ',p

t the month, November 15 t'o
December will be unveiled in June next. Xmas. J. A. Merrell is throughnow. ,hlto

i 15. Factors acknowledge that He has shipped about 2,000

f they have determined not to assist The largest and best line of ringsin boxes and 75 barrels. <

producers financially to cut heavy in Ocala, "all new." Weihe, The Jeweler Capt. 0. S. Traver brought into At A. E. BURNETTOCALA t i Tr

order to protect both their own inter- xY Sanford one day last week two rad-

ishes, one of which weighed a half aRI

pound and was nine inches long and (1

3.2. : McMillan Bros. seven in circumference.S. '-:'-- : -- -- -- -- -- ._ ,:,.- -,- -, : _.:.:- :...;:- -::--_,_ I- ,, IIt
J. Sligh the well known commission i ..

*, man met with a painful accident .
Southern last week He made a mis- FURINTURE COMPANY. OCALA FURINTURE! COMPANY. OCALA FURINTURE COMPANY. L
Copper Works OCALA FURINTURE COMPANY. OCALA FURINTURE COMPANY.
OCALA FURINTURE
step and fractured a bone in his leg. COMPANY.
OCALA FURINTURE
COMPANY. OCALA FURINTURE COMPANY.! OCALA FURINTURE COMPANY. i
He is now navigating on crutches. I : .

{: Manufacturers of The acreage in oranges and grapefruit oooooo t
fc. Turpentine Stills ZZZ .
in the neighborhood of Titus- -MAS

t and general Metal Workers. ville is still increasing, and some of 255 0.0.0. PKESENTS rrr j

the finest orange groves in Florida 000 ,

may be seen in that end of Brevard uuu .
Old Stills taken in ccc i
:- exchange for new ones. Patching county. :: : ,
f
a; : through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or Three packing houses are running ||

$ wire will receive prompt attention at either of the daily now and large quantities of or- Cornparry

follcwing worksFAYETTEtflLLE . anges are being sent out. Lack of

rain is having a bad effect on orange EEE low price for the X-mas trade. of "'PI ,
N. C. SAVANNAH, GA trees and vegetables.The 333U.U.U.. Any these pieces willmake

k ,JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE, ALAi Monarch grove at Coleman will handsome presents: oooooo k I II

t yield 40,000 boxes of oranges this <<< 222 I \

l year. Shipping began last week five -1-1J<<< > > i f fJ
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H. A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. Bouvier >>> S 4
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looking after things.
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Up to last Saturday orange shIp- aaa ooor>DD

.Yf> : Announcement ments from Fort Myers for the sea 555OOO MISSION CHAIRS AND ROCKER >>r> i i

son had amounted to 83,840 boxes, a oooUJU1U ,

few thousand behind the shipment of

I ",t We have just purchased the splendidly equipped two years ago, but about 15,000 boxes 333 ccczzz

machinery plant of the Yonge and Cline Company, ahead of last season.-New York Fruit ccc I

:. and solicit a share of the repair work of Marion and and Produce News. ZZZ Sideboards, Sectional Bookcases, Buffets ccc

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._. steam pumps, gas engines, etc. B TO CROP. EEC Center Tables Hall

:' Let us quote you prices. I Racks, oooooo

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Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 17.-All.
.' Ocala Gas Engine preparations are almost complete for

I .I the planting of the Irish potato crop. RUGS all sizes IRON zzzooo
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broken and In most
up cases ready <<< ooo -r
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JI' The acreage this year will be 'far I > >

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season several new farmers having
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while a number of old settlers have f | Ch inn Closets Ladies' 555HH
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Though all is ready the planting EEE 333

season will not commence until fouror 333iLtLU.. mc M

five days more and will last, until

Where you find Shield Brand Shoes !the middle of January.; JJJ QQQ ODD DRESSERS and \

; r 'it is a safe place to trade, because GREAT TOMATO CROP. tl0< YIASHSTANDSzz>

they are sold by,reliable merchants 000 ;
Special to the Ocala Banner: <<.
everywhere. Be sure to,ask forRiser's ," Havana, Dec. .-Owing to the >>> S.
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great success of this season's tomato nnn I II
King Shoe a.aa. Come >>>
$3.50 in and let
crop several large packing houses' 222OOO us show you these goods. They rrn:I
have been opened by firms from the DDD.
for men and will oooLJL1UI are all Good Values '
you get yourmoney's United States. The crop is the and High Grade Goods. Wishing
worth. Made
In, 37 largest on record, being 50 cent.
; Styles and all the popular of an increase over last season.per a:ccc you a Merry X-mas and a Happy New Year. 333 ccc

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Gun Metal, Box Calf, etc. CINCINNATI CHILD CLERGYMEN LABOR. AND !II SMITH & 333

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iSONG OF UNDOING. newspaper editors so that Agatheridan Society. ,
f I nurse his gubernatorial Agatheridan Society held its 1l..O.... ...........+*.... ....................( .. ...... ...............JI rNN
t pulled a million weeds or more
?and still they keep on growing, As we set out ,to say we meeting Friday evening. .................... ............... .......... .. .f..............NI ..
fortunate enough to be the minutes of the last meet.
shoveled off a block of walk and time so that General had been read and approved the
t 'yet it keeps on snowing; our absence and
knowing interesting program was
eathed a. lot of air in just now- chant for "good things" : a' I CADSON

; my lungs are such a bother, his generous nature, has -"Adieu," Society.

F sooner is a breath gone out than whole box of this most "Cyrus the Great," Marga

.r I take another; i and in the letter ) Anderson.

|.i>ut my foot down there just now- i says: "The Oracles," Curtis Crom.

what wisdom is there in it? "Heretofore it has been ,-"The Beleaguered S
; 10 walk I have to pick it up a dozen "
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present an editor with a Roy Cappleman. THE OCALA BAZAAR
times a minute; potato or a squash, so if -Ancient Idea of God," ,
It seems to me in all the world there's nation can run riot kindly Clarkson.

only trouble brewing, this fruit to be pumpkins; -"Tne Builders," Lou
- ltd half the time I spend is in un do not like pumpkins or _
Invites You to Dome and See a Happy $rowd }q-
doing what I'm doing. kindly associate them with I, -"Influence of Geography

I of a more pleasant nature. the History of a Country.. Hugo .
might as well not go to bed, for : y
suggest sweet potatoes as Our store is 30x100 feet two stories and have both stories filled with JHOLIDAY "'
\, think how great the blessing, suggestive to me of potato "At the Spinning s, building high, we

.ihould. I avoid the trouble both of potato pie.. ," Mary Juhan.
; dressing and undressing; We have known the -"A Child's Influence' GOODS ;-

e tie that cost me such a lot of he was a curly headed Pelot. ,

:: effort to make pretty boy and we know that he -"Fishing," Ruth Dunn. We are acknowledged

I must undo again tonight-now, isn't happy as when doing a -"Thomas Editon," George

:j.that. a pity? and there is not within .
I fill my bin quite full of coal-a of the state of Florida a -"Resolved that Football is HEADQUARTERS! FOR f R SANTA! CLAUS : i .

task it to earn it, "
was
| souled nor pleasant Beneficial Exercise. Affirmative-
And then-waht mockery it Is- I if he is ever fortunate LLISO'o Smith, Genevieve Smith; neg Lti
r have to go and burn it! we hope that he may be) -Edward Green, Charlie Izlar. And have been fQr the past 24 years. Bring

And all tho winter days are spent in error of Florida, he will judges, Carl Lytle Dan Cap- : _Z the children to see the old man. His 1 r

t.making: ice from water administration memorable and Mary Burford, decided mail box is now ready and he stands ;

j Which melts right back again as soon forts to perform kindly, favor of the affirmative. at the head of the stair steps on. 2 "

: as the spring days get hotter! heroic deeds. by the editor. 6 the second floor to greet and
the critic's there be- '
report
I often wonder what's the use; A How Diptheria is no further business the society 1 make happy the little ones.

dollar bill-I make It, One often hears the to meet December 21, 1906. I
And then no sooner is it made than I child caught a severe cold MAGGIE LYTLE, Sec. Water] Our Show Windows and Keep Posted -;- '

must go and break it! veloped into diptheria," v*
The maid who spreads my bed so truh: was that the cold had Torture of a Preacher. i I We always carry a full line of Men's. Women's & Children's Ready-to-wear goods

smooth with not a cover crumpled the litttle one particularly story of the torture of Rev. D. STYLISH HATS AND SHOES OUR SPECIALTY :
I Comes back another day to find the ble to the wandering Moore, pastor of the Baptist i : sheets and pillows rumpled! When Chamberlain's of Harpsville, N. Y., will in 1
is given it quickly cures WHO HANDLE A SMALL LINE OF TOYS AND FIREWORKS ARE IN. .
heart goes breathing red blood out lessens the of : yon. He says: "I suffered agon .
My danger Merchants VITED T0 LOOK THROUGH OUR STOCK AND GET PRICES BEFORE
I no sooner gets it going any other germ disease because of a persistent cough, re- i BUYING THEIR HOLIDAY LINE.
I f Then it comes straight way back tracted.: For sale by all from the grip. I had to sleep ,-

t again! Oh, what a sorry showing! Asylum Christmas up in bed. I tried many rem. : Specie! Prices and Discounts to Public Schools, Churches and Sun: -.
Does human effort make, I vow! It'snot without relief, until I took Dr. I -
Miami, Fla., Dec. {
School Committees
Christmas
day Tree Candles
FREE
at all uplifting, To Florida Editors. New Discovery for consump

s Fve half a mind to quit outright and Miami will raise 100.00 coughs and colds, which entire- .

., let the world go drifting! give the unfortunate cured my cough, and saved me H OUR 5 AND. JO CENT. OUNTERS .' -
:-J. W. Foley in New York Times. consumntion." A grand cure for -
!! ..... tahoochee: a little conditions of throat and ARE LOADED WITH BARGAINS.
:K. Some Fine Pineapples. shine. If other towns At Tydings & Co., druggist; 1
i The editors of this paper were not Florida will do as well they 50 cents and $1.00, guaranteed : Come early and buy your holiday goods. We will pack them away an r
a feast at once a year in th bottle free. m
at the banquet in Tampa i deliver Come after
::: when present Gen. Gilchrlst, known all over I appeal to all "big any evening you suggest. supper. Open nights until 9.
; In his letter to Mrs. Bellamy
of Florida to help
from De- zens
Florida as the "gentleman I in which the president ad-
the guests with fine cause. The Ocala
=Soto, presented of pineapples grown by Hon. John Stockton, I her as "My Dear Maria," he Bazaar '
Epeciments
i that he would
Punta Gorda. Fla., will receive all very strongly Y
in
*,him at his place of adrertislng this purpose and make the glad to have "Bellamy" in the cab Commercial Bank Block tN

V,- This delightful manner and magnificent Any communities can send saying, "I should count his re- I Ocala, Florida FRANK P. GADSON : z
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in his favor. Mr. Roosevelt is
direct to Superintendent
has been
of his county t :
:resources while Mr. Storer is a
more or less criticised 'by the press Chatahoochee. Protestant. These being the facts was ........... .............. ...o............... .................4+... ...
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Express them that will so satisfactory that we are assured of their regular
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> ; I Regular $J.00 a quart
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'.... i best Hop We guarantee everything to be exactly as represented, or your money .. Bass & Co., Pale Ale per doz. .. 2:50:

3i : Ale We on are the agents market for, and the having justreceived .Y 0 U r ?, II arOll t e e will bo refunded without argument. All shipments are made in plain *.. Guinness White Rock& Co., pints, Stout per, per doz doz... 2.50 2.00 i 7
loads can supply without marks to indicate contents.
: two car S Iii cases, o Red Raven Splits, per doz .. 1.50
tt I. the trade on short notice. ; Ginger Ale, per doz. pints .. 1.00 0 'JI

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i CASE Bot. Per Case . . . .$3.00. genuine . : . 1.50 : Sherry . .' . . . 4.00 .. Jockey Club XX H . .. 1.75 g \ t
Per 6.50 I Cognac . . C.OO Phosphate Gin, pints the only... < Maderia . . . . 4.00 + Jockey Club XMonglia . .. .. . L50 :
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Mongalia Rye . : California Cognac 2.00 genuine . . .j;) Per Bot. > .. .t .. . or 2.50 ..-
i Joe full Quarts 1.0 1050Old Peach Brandy, North Carolina Phosphate Gin, 1-'") pints: the *. White Seal, Champagne qts. .?4.00 *. Nelson Co., .. .' .. . .. 3.00 :

Old Joe,'full pt- .- .. ....10'0.50 11.00 10 50 :. Peach Brandy. . ,. 2. yrs. .old. Maryland . 3.00 : only genuine . . . .40Mobile $ White Seal, Champagne, pts. 2.00 .. Old Velvet ., . .. .. 3.50 .. -:
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Vel Velvet, full Pintg gOld Peach 5.00 Case 50 H. Hunim. Champagne, pts. .. 2.00 Diplomatic .. ? ? 4.00 .
Old Brandy yrs. old, Georgia : \1r : "fuii pints' <> G. .. .. .. . '"i
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full qts.1.5 Apple Brandy, North full 1-2 pints"ll'50 4 Pickwick Club X .. ., 6.00 '
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Rogers 16'00 Laubenheimer, Rhine Wine, qts 1" ? ? >
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full quarts Apple Brandy, 2 yrs. : 1\0.111 Rye .. .. .. .. C.OOGEORGIA .
Mark Rogers 1.;5 13:00: .. . 3.00 60 NO DN NeO DONNNNN Nersteiner, Rhl.nelDe, qts 2.00 : _
Pickwick Club.. : 1.00 10/)0) AppTe Brandy,YyrsY: old, Georgia 400".. Niersteiner, Rhine Wine, pts. .. 1.00Hochheimer NORTH CAROLINA AND 1 y =
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1-2 pint ApricotBrandy One Quart Port . .. .. 1..50 i
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full quarts *' : GIN : One Quart Sherry Wine Bergundy pints .. . .. North Carolina Corn, 6 yrs.'old .. 3.00 '
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DIPLOMATIC DINGDONG CROSSING A BRIDGE BEFORE FACTS AND FIGURES BISHOP CHANDLER'S ...........................+.......+......... r

GETTING TO IT. REGARDING STANDARD OIL. TRIBUTE .. ........6..................."......."".1 f

Now Bellamy and Theodore ............................................1 $ '

Shake off the usual fetters Bishop Harris, of Tokio is visitingthe Not Written to Contribute SpecalCine
Chas. D. Thompson Shows the Com
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That bind the diplomatic pens United States on Methodist mis- pany a Benefit to Mankind.A an's Boom or to

.. And go to writing letters. sion business and says: tics. jI HOLIDAY PRESENTS I I wet t

trees known by its fruits. The -- activeer -
"There is no danger of such Japanese The following is Ia
They swat each other good and hard Hysterical writing found in Northern Floi
immigration as will embarrassthe Florida Christian
Like pugilistic batters papers and magazines concerning the ollzed

And blaze the diplomatic trail United States. In the last two greatest corporation the world has per copied it from the i I a tion of

With rather personal matters.A years about 1,500 Japanese have come nal, and'is from one of
ever: seen gets a thoroughly truthful
to California and are 'distributed all .. Ai kept
A lady takes a hand as well- return blow from Chas. D. Thompson letters writen from .. ..'1 of fjv
the coast. Competition in labor i : 3
Indeed, she did begin it over in the New York. Times. He says "I feel impelled to : past tJ

Since Eden has there been arises mainly from the fact that the Bryan's tour of .
a scrap in part: "To one posted in the growth Japan ." SOU':1l' :
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Without a woman in it? Japanese like to do piece work and and development of this corpora- the biggest value to '...,

will bid for jobs in the raisinpickingand sions in the empire and I en"-\
tion there is no grievance. When the
., But Bellamy and Theodore r t,
other fruit-gathering districts. In writer first went into the oil business est benefit to the moral on

Are in the forefront fighting this way the Japanese will often un- thirty-five years ago the Standard Oil who heard his address. I WATCHES, CLOCKS, ida C1OlCt
And as they cannot use their fists '
derbid the American laborers, but the company was then a series of individual JEWELRY, SILVERWARE,
t They take it out in writing. life of a Christian and ,
oil companies, each one competingwith CUT GLASS WARE, j man
i condition does not obtain to any sentiments of a .
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t Good reading too, they make of it, alarming extent in the California dis- the other. Kerosene oil, or illuminating he went. A few nights UMBRELLAS, ETC. j rle .1

The President and Storer; trict, where there is a full-grown labor oil, the principal oil of in- was siting on the deck ; 1
terest to the LARGEST LINE IN OCALA TO SE- are
working man, cost from
And while the latter merely squeals, famine all the year. ship sailing over the
LOS'
40 to 45 cents the bar- LECT FROM. i' :
gallon by
per
Hark to the Roosevelt roarer! Commenting upon which the Lancaster had an interesting talk

(Pa.,) Examiner says: rel. By the accumulation of wealth tian preacher (a ) tj tw '

t Oh, Bellamy, why did you choose The fact seems to be general and application of brains this much- professor in one of the ; Ohar3!
.
r. .. A course so darned erratic? throughout the west that native labor maligned Standard Oil company today schools at Kyoto. the old i ',

'i" You've proved to all, if need there were acts the dog in the manger play- supplies to the laboring man all told me that he heard Mr. u of-"

: That you were not diplomatic. won't work itself or let anybody else through the country this same productfor dresses in that city fir'

'r.: .work. If it were not for Chinese and 15 cents per gallon. Tne cotton were eloquent discourses 4 i ..,
ft.?
: You've him Japanese labor California could not mills of New England at the same 1
got going, Bellamy, ed with Christian life. In '

'e"" And he will not diminish handle its grape crop. As it is, on eperiod paid the"Denver Oil company, addresses he said the : j sat da

E His speed, therefore you might as well fourth of her orange crop and the of Boston, from 60 to 70 cents per gal his text the words: 'a aI > '

.{,,'<... ., Prepare to meet your finish.W. fruit of her vineyards is let to rot, lon for their lubricating oil. This that binds our hearts I s :. di-; : I

f".;..,' J. Lampton in N. Y. World. while idlers and lot sprouters proclaim great and cruel monopoly today i is love," drawing from.them tiC"f;

against foreign laborer. It is supplying them the same thing for '
course on "Human
How One Railroad Official Talks. I from 12 to 14 cents. For cylinder oil 1 ,: > ore
U.' all THE .
The to
an absurdity. way preventforeign professor said that when 'I OCALA MUSIC 00
= Thos. Byrnes, first vice-president of immigration.. is for the lazy these same men paid from CO centsto sat down and an f.'T

t., the New Haven railroad spoke in $1 per gallon; the same article i is ei
agitators to go to work. Turn the sor said to him: "He 1 .
; to the New Haven chamber of sold to them the Standard Oil 1 a ha'
part by
& slums of our cities into the vineyards, with the wisdom of a ................... ...................t... i fr .j j"f
commerce recently of the road's policy disperse the loafing American on the company for half that price. With with the inspiration of .............................................m ,

He said: sand lots and induce him to pick or this view of the case where is the prophet. ................... ......................... ;
"I can think of no way to impress grievance that the public can haveagainst : taWt:
anges, and there will be no need to An American ;a t
upon you what is being done by our import labor. In every place in the this trust? Frankly, there is heard Mr. Bryan's

\t company than by comparing the cost no industrial corporation or trust today vii
land there is a lack of farm help, and "Prince of Peace" at
of Yale with the work the railroad is that has done so much toward cal
yet if a Lancaster county farmer even me: "I am a
doing. The cost of the improve- lowering the of Mo
price commodity to
should get a Jap to work for him the hearing the great
ments in New Haven and here and the consumer than the Standard Oil pn
loafers in the back alleys would holdan ly wished Mr. Bryan may
New York will amount to more than company. The coal trust, the bee. f et
indignation meeting; and the d o- president of our
the cost of Yale from its foundation.You .. trust and the legion of other trusts IS
notning labor agitators wo nH --- man who spoke to me,
are proud of old Yale, but should were all originated for the sole purpose -
lynching. should say, was not a I
you not also be pround of the other of enhancing the cost of their .
a highly cultured layman.I 3ii
institution, the largest business en- Defends the Pardoning Board.It products to the consumer." ;
do not write these
terprise in New England, whose* receipts is a great pleasure to know that The writer further expresses the J F ,
tribute in any measure 4t
this year will exceed $90,000- Florida whose sunshine and flowers opinion that should the corporation be SC
r f
boom" or to intermeddle ,
-'. 000 thus making it fifth among the reflect the sublime work of a great dissolved by the courts within the one .o"m. $
Y- political. To be
, F -, great railroad systems of the coun- and merciful Creator has a chief executive year all peteroleum products will I have never been able to I 1Ut

try? with an official family comprised cost the consumer 100 per cent. more t c )
of Mr. Bryan's views as Lr
s "No doubt much of the present of such Christ-life men. How than he is now paying. al
f. questions. But I desire i
feeling of hostility to railroads is the anyone can object in this age to the ifI
most
result of .years of indifference on the pardoning criminals upon the conditions The Original Porous Plaster. unqualified 11i

part of officials and employees towardthe named in your paper of t It's Allcock's, first introduced to ciation of his honesty as i, '.
admiration of the t.E
hen my
needs and rights of the public, 10th inst., I cannot conceive. No the people sixty years ago and today t
tian life which he lives
but taken as a whole the American n is fit for judicial or executive office undoubtedly has the largest ex- .i s
abroad. Without .ir
: railroad employe is a hard working, who lacks a merciful feeling for external remedy-millions being sold ((
propriety he bears
painstaking honest man. I realize their fellow beings and shows it by annually throughout the whole civilized tian of 1 tr
gentleman
that there certain world. There have been imitations
are alleged reformers giving them a chance to redeem themselves Q
in to be sure, but has there tions everywhere. At a i
the land who make a living when opportunity and conditions never
I Tokyo, in honor of
by asserting that corporate officials arrant We who kick at conditional been one to even compare with All- nd
cock's-the world's standard external was an honored guest,
cannot be trusted.
I
regret to pardons, what will be our plea I
remedy. on to speak to the
hy' great FOUR
: say they seem to take more pleasurein when we stand before the final judgment i For a weak back, cold on the chestor ers were drinking wine, SAILINGS EACH WEEK

t finding one official a sinner thanIn seat, and ask for an unconditional any local pain the result of taking i
and cold or overstrain there is a glass filled with pure BETWEEN _
discovering ninety nine who are one. The answer may be the nothingwe
'' honest. know of to compare with this I gan his remarks with T Jacksonville
kindness and mercy you have shown famous plaster. x "Admiral Togo won his and New York
I .
speak with some knowledge when .
others will not be shown yoou. I very - -
the water and in this
I say you are to have adequate transportation much fear that if a small minority A Christmas Magazine. Calling at Charleston
I gift of God's love I S. C., both ways.
facilities at reasonable of those who cry down the pardoning Such will be the splendid Illustrated THE FINEST' STEAMSHIPS.
,health. THE COASTWISE SEIV1: .
:: I
rates, not as a favor but as a right. board for showing clemency had that Magazine Section of next Sunday's

The question we ask is not how much World. Artists On another occasion he : i
pound of flesh they so persistently demanded and writers have

r will the traffic stand but how little they might soon be suing vied with each other in producingthe :;invitation on the ground CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I f tiES s-1 iS

we can take and make both ends not accept it without a I .
handsomest
; for judicial and executive clemency Magazine Section ev- FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEEN
his convictions as to the
I
meet. themselves. Let us leave those to er produced. Besides the Magazinethe 'th- Sabbath. I I Jacksonville, Boston and Providence ;S

yw do the merciless condemning who "funny comic"* weekly and the and all Eastern Points. k
A Home Made Happy by Chamber- J How grand is such an
4' lain's Cough Remedy. can, afford to be governed by their great news sections, teeming with ,:Christian manhood Calling at Charleston Both Ways. :.*
own standard. matter of vital interest, there will #
; About two months ago our baby i with the limp and fickle SEMI WEEKLY
. giry had measles which settled her Kindness and mercy never made be Christmas novelties in color, by I SAILINGS.

.. lungs and at last on mankind worse nor never will. Salsburg for the amusement of the ten seen among tourists . .. .. .. ..... ... From LeWis'
resulted "
in bronchitis. anything or nothing, ., .. .. . :. ... .. Wharf, Boston. "
't;: We had two doctors but no relief Our prison life should be more of children-cut outs puzzles and 'accidental local From foot Catharine St., Jacksonville

F,. ,, reform than of eternal tormentIt games.
was obtained.
: t Everybody thought ligion of some people is Clyde St. Johns River Line.
t! she would die. I went to eight different is right and just that we should
will not bear -
Hat pins gold, silver and gold filled shipping
the for A
pay penalty transgressing the
stores to find a certain
remedy Between
r short distance of Jacksonville
'a'll new. Weihe, The Jeweler x a and Sanford
I# x. which had been recommended to law, and Christ-like to pardon the .
me
That of Mr. Bryan is so Stopping at Palath .
.t
t.- Astor
and failed to get it, when one of the deserving conditioned that they sin .Making the Saloons Cough Up.Florida's sound that it can go Bemford ( CeLwd ) and 1.raedlit. ,
no more. Laaiittgs en St Johns siier. 13
store keepers insisted that I try I supreme court recently world without the __
Chamberlain's The pardoning board was'established SCHEDULE -' .'
: Cough Remedy. I did rendered a decision that the munici- ation. North d 1
down. '
so and our baby is alive and well to by an enlightened and intelligent pality of Tampa had the right to In- I I Read up. -...j'OJ

.; day.-George W. Spence Holly people. May the day never come 3 30 .. .
I p. m. .. ,
the -
crease A Poor Jacksonville 3
municipal tax on saloons .. .. -f
Arrive
Springs, N. C. For sale by all druggists when it is abolished.A. K.. D. in 8 45 .. 00 a. m.
.
I P.m .
;,} m from $25(1.00 per annum to $500.00 Dam (s) the bile. Palatka ., . .. Leave 8 00 m.
Jacksonville Metropolis. liver does if its 3 00 a.m. ., .. . p.
s per annum. Hereafter saloons doing torpid. Astor ? .. .. .Leave 3 30
.
a Senator :overflow s into the . .. .. p. m.
Bailey has admitted that business .
in Beresford
For any of the ordinary diseases of Tampa will pay a $500.00tax. i your system, causing (DeLand) .. Leave 100 p. m. -..
he received money from the Waters- The 8 30 a. m. .. ., .
the skin Chamberlain's Salve Is ex decision of the supreme I biliousness, sallow 'skin Sanford .. .. . leave; 9 30 a. m.

Pierce Oil Company, but insists thatit cellent. It not only allays the itch- court will perhaps increase the in- gue, sick stomach, 1000 a. m. .. .. .. '.' .Enterprise .. .. . .Leave 1000 a. m.
was only a loan. The Texas sena- ing and smarting but effects a cure. coming budget of .spells, etc. Ra'mon's
many municipalitiesof
tor could have secured the loan at For sale by all druggists. m the state. Liver Pills and Tonic Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay St, Jacksonviiiul.
n ens the liver and makes : !: iic'iMONGE&.
other places at a cheaper rate of in- Best line of solid gold jewelry in work. Prevents and $Ja. Freight Jtt Anut.. Asg't Geo' Pass Agent. Iii CWait Bay SL,Jact oo.tue,PI.-
.
terest than he is paying on this one. Ocala, "all new," Weihe, The Jeweler A big supply of sealing wax and troubles. It aids- Foot of Hogan Street,J.cksoDnn: Fla. .LOVItU.. 6upcria'tll4nt. .,
-Pensacola corks for sealing RTY.Gen'!East'n pa,,. Aat..New York
Journal. x' syrup bottles and tire treatment 25 CLYD$ MU-N2.Gn'Fr'to A&1,. It Y. ,
'jars. Tydings & Co. x Drug Store. THEO G. EGER, V..P, and G. M.
j Offices Pier 36 North Rivera Branch I :
:90 Broadway, New York. .
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0000000000000000000000o THE COTTON BOLL WEEVIL .. '= "II!!' ",::;:: _:.: -_ : .. : _:: _'_'_ '_ :"_ .' .. -.
CONDITION
-
Special to the Ocala Banner: 2 DIRECTORS: .

0Don't New Orleans, La., Dec. 14.-The .
t boll weevil is slowly but surely work- R. S. Hall George MacKay J. K. ChristianH.

neglect your cough. ;' 8 Ing its way from Mexico through D A. Ford Z. C. Charabiiss

Texas to Louisiana. TllfONtYKHOWI k -. i t. T. T. Munroe. J. B. Brooks
1r CURE E ,
'II This terriby destructive pest has roc U SNOW
Statistics
show that in New York City 4> advanced approximately 41 1-2 miles PRMNBYTS1 SALT-SICK IN UTTtl!: R6YTdf ai R In addition to its excellent facillities this! Bank

alone over 200 die each year since the advent into Texasin OF MANY YEARS BflO BE THE BEST HEJKIt.f OK flit
people
J 0. every week from : MARKET FOR DISEASE Ill STOCK OF ALL HINDS
1892. RESICBEJ AWCT1TI AND ItUJH AHDHAKES THEM WAM VKX3WUST1UNMAN3 has the advaetage of a competent, capable and good
: IS NOT A FOOD BUT FURCIV STOCK ME*
o consumption. i The present infested area includes ICINE GIVE IT A TRIAL: AB W YOUR ANIMALS
altludes from sea level to about PRICE 25 CENTS APAClAtit Board of Directors and a,strong body of Sockholders.
FOR SAU:BY All HCTAll DRUGGISTS MANUFACTURED BY
I I 1,800 feet.Arkansas.
.I And most of these ACKERHAH&STEWIRTAm
consumptives might has also become invaded

= while the pest has extended more THE CENTRAL NATION L BANK
LI Qt be living now if they had not neglected the ,0 than half way across the state of The Armstrong family are in ,

Qt Louisiana.Dr. Ocala and are giving a nice little exhibition -
OF OCALA
warning cough. 0
,
of moving pictures, dancing
t W. D. Hunter in charge of the

I 0 : cotton boll weevil investigations of and other attractions which are es ..,..--- I :. .it '._: i;.,;;. ;.-_:,:,:_' --_ ,. .' ;: T--; :_ '

"I 1 You know how quickly Scott'sEmulsion the U. Department of Agricultureis pecially pleasing to the children and 3

1I at present in the south. the press of the state mentions these

Ca ; enables you to throw off a <) performances in a highly creditable do I take Cardui"? writes Mrs.

r AMERICAN TEACHERS TO GO manner. Mr. Armstrong is an old
iJ: Jelemma Mullins of Odessa W.
cough or cold. ABROAD. friend of Mr. F. G. B. Weihe and they ,
( ,
I)
had' not met in many years and were
.\' ;1i (? :Special to the Ocala Banner: busy yesterday talking of old timesin Va. "Because, after sufferingfor

i j ALL DRUGGISTS: 50e. AND $1.00. New York, Dec. 18.-President. Butler Louisville a quarter of a .century several years with female \.

.OOOOOOOO OOO O O o of Columbia University, today ago. ,
completed arrangements to send 1,000 trouble, and trying different doc '

,--- American teachers to England to re The mayor of Ocala, so far as his

J; FLORIDA ORANGES SCARCE not be sold for more than i.l.50@$2.50, turn the visit of the English teachers legal power extends, is said to be a tors and medicines without obtaining relief. I at last

according to condition.The to America. "mere figure head." It is said that he

.The Poor Railway Service is Curtailing trade looks for a further advance President Butler hopes to be ableto cannot even call upon the various departments found, in Wine of Cardui, a golden medicine for all my

I ." Holiday Trade. if there is continued improvement have half the expenses of the expedition of the city for official information ills and can recommend it above all others for female .

I in the Florida stock and it would defrayed by the different education except by the grace of I the

, Special to the Ocala Banner: surprise none to see the good stock authorities in the states as the city council. It is not so with I the complaints."

, |l Cincinnati, Dec. 18.-During the sell $3@4 next week while the ordinary teachers selected to go abroad Lord Mayor of London. He seems to

[t week the holiday trade has been very should bring $2.50@3. will be taken from all parts of the' be something of a magnate. He recently Cardui furnishes safe relief for backache, headache,

Trading In and other country. visited Paris and entailed an .
'active.. oranges Service given to the receivers by

Florida fruits was brisk and monopolized the railroads and steamship lines still expense of $29,200, which was promptly periodical pains, irregular, painful or unhealthy cata-

continues far from what they would BRITAIN AGAINST TRUSTS. paid without question by the city u
: almost exclusively the atten- menial flow, and all ailments from which sick women
of London.
want and expect but shows some government
lion of many of the dealers who were Special to the Ocala Banner:
slight improvement.Word suffer. A perfect tonic for delicate women. A
London, Dec. 17.-The soap trust is The government steamer "Fish pure
kept on the Jump trying to locate cars has been received here tithe
burst. Hawk" is reported to be at Mosquito
of fruit that are on the road and long railroad commissioners in Florida vegetable medicine for girls and women who are subjectto
The $CO,000,000 firm recently organized Inlet, on the East Coast, where the
Put due. The railroad service in the are going to take this matter up '
in Liverpool to monopolize the I II I. fish commission is making an exhaustive : the complaints peculiar to their sex. Has benefited
iouth. this season has been very poor. and start an investigation. soap trade in Great Britain has been study of the habits of the mullet.
Indignation meetings have beheld over a million who used to suffer do.
Complaints are heard almost everywhere as
: forced to dissolve before properly entering Up to the present, little is known you
,. throughout the middle states in different parts of Florida this business because the majorityof regarding this most valuable food.
week, growers complaining bitterly At every drug store, in $1.00 bottles.
I oa the railroads not handling the Florf the people condemned it. fish-its time and place of spawning-
f bu 'as fast ts the require- of the service given particularly by .
orange crop
Trafalgar
At a great mass meeting and the investigation is being conducted
|Dents of this perishable business Square today resolutions condemning with a view to enable the fish
becommenced against different roadsas describing fully an your symptoms
the formation of trusts in England commission experts to hatch them artificially and we will send you Free Advice
The railroad people are being hur- under the present ruling cimmis- In plain sealed envelop. Ladles'
possibility
were passed. and thus prevent any
Advisory Dept The ClutunoczaMedJdne
lied to get a hustle on the cars that sioners in Florida have almost unlimited of extinction.-The American, Co., Chattanooga.. Tenn. OF'

pate reported shipped and have been power. SICILIAN LEMONS FOR 'i. .- U. S. Eagle. JCJ

ttost by the waysiJe somewhere between Proof of Poor Service.As .

l< the growing section and thet a proof of the poor service Special to the Ocala Banner: The Jacksonville board of trade hada ; W. A. KNIGHT- L. E. LANG.

t Ohio river. One concern here has two which the railway and steamship Palmero, Sicily, Dec. 18.-The first red hot time over a resolution offered
t
'can that left the loading station on lines have been giving, some of the crop of this season's lemons for the by John N. C. Stockton to request

t,the 4th and) 5th of the month, neitherof growers in Florida have packed their United States left today. This sea the governor to call an extra ANNOUNCE1ENT.We

which have been located. Another fruit and left it in the grove for a son's crop will be double that of last session of the legislature to provide .

firm In a nearby city has the railroad: considerable time. At the same time year afid prices will increase by about some remedy for the conditions of '

agent out looking for a car that is they would ship some cf the same fruit l>0 per cent as very large sales have traffic: on Florida railroads. The debate have just purchased the Wagon and Harness business of Messrs.

alit;; "to be rolling" for the past fifteen, packed at the same time and under taken place to manufacturers 6f citric took in the issue of government S. A. Standley & Company, and propose to add to the stock of goods everything

;[days. Every mall brings tidings of the same conditions north and while acid. ownership, and after a long scuffle a that is needful to make it aCOMPLETE LINE In every sense, of
the fruit that was kept in the groves this season. the: word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the mars
defeated
distress in the packing districts on The fruit is excellent motion to lay on the table was -
ket; also several makes W Buggies. Besides these we handle a great variety
retained its condition,
.the Inability of railroads to supply a packed good and the resolutions referred to a
of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee.
Kfflciem number of cars to move the the other fruit when it reached this HOMES FOR MILLIONS. special; committee, to be reported on

oranges that are wanted by the firms market was wasty like the bulk of Special to the Ocala-Banner: later.-Pensacola Journal. High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages, _

for the Christmas trade. It is reported Florida fruit that comes here. This Dec. 17.-There are Unexcelled Wagons Harness
Houston, Texas, ,
who shows conclusively that the fault is Sterling silverware, knives, forks,
that a number of concerns of land unoccupied
Robes
bunch of not with the fruit itself Int is with still 172,000,000 acres and spoons, "all new." Weihe, The Lap Etc., Etc.
have contracted for a big in this state while only 14,000-
fruit the west coast, expecting to tne service given by the transportation Jeweler. x
on under cultivation.Of
)Oil acres are Turpentine Wagons Specialty
lines. Receivers feel 'that it is a "
:
jet it on the market for the holidays, the 20,000,000 acres of available

l has been up in the air for the past time that the inter-state commerce land in the Indian Territory only 2- We are Always in Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate Competition. -
commission was taking a hand in the
reek en account of the miserable ser- under cultivation. NEAiRLY .
;jTice in the south. Unless they get matter and see if some way could not 000,000) are We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory |Turpentine -
;
4, cars and have them loaded before be devised whereby the transportation Design of 20,000-Ton Battleship Submitted and Farm Wagon.Knight .
be from ruining :
lines could stopped
{Monday or Tuesday there Is little to Congress.

Ii prospect of getting this fruit to marl the business of the Florida grow Special to the Ocala Banner: HERE

! L tt ,until after the heavy holiday trade ers. Freight rates are high enoughfor Washington, D. C., Dec. 17.-The de & Lang
good service and there is no reason
i 11 practically over. sign for the $10,000,000 battleship authorized a
why this should not be given. Christmas will sooon be here
Another house reports that it had at the last session has been Successors Standlev and Co.) '
t' of the trouble is with the southern
3 cars standing on the track at loafIng Mpst submitted to congress in accordancewith and the good things you will
for lines as the P R. R. delivers cars contained in
station over two days waiting the requirements ,
rM*' engine to come along and start here in good time after it gets themat the bill providing for Its construe want to go with Mr. Turkey can

Alexandria. ( is to be the most powerful !
.them northward. tion. It Furniture
be found at our store.
of California orangesis
;., Last season at this time the Cincinnati The arrival battleship afloat at the time of its : .

: yards were full of cars and plen- very light. The stock is yet hardly constru tion. It will be of 20,000 tons

Itj of fruit coming through on reasonable good enough for the best trade to displacement, 2,000 tons more than the DON'T FORGET >v -
much take much interest in the fruit. A Dreadnought, will carry
| time and notwithstanding a famous English
week few cars have sold this week some of in the main battery
larger crop this year the big ten 12-inch rifles
[finds this and many of the cities in them have been out from 20 to 25 in and have a speed of twenty-one The fruit cake either. We have It's a little early, but our fall stock is arriving daily and

with decidedly days. Even with this long time hour, wi h the highest practicable all ask is chance to All ask is
I the surrounding states a the fruit arrived here green: knots: an all the fruits and spices for it. we a save you msney. we a

( short supply. transit The cars have averaged range of action. few minutes of your valuable time tc show you throughour
1.\ Prices advanced all along the line. and spotted. Have pulled figs, stuffed dates, stock.
: As high as $4.15
sold under the from $2.30 up to $3. Furious Fighting. .
were
i, 'Only three cars Wednesday. was realized for a few boxes of large "For seven years," writes G. W. London layer and fancy cluster -
hammer at the auction
of the sized fruit but there was not very: Hoffman, of Harper Wash., "I had A Few Leaders
'
one
The range of prices on of fruit has raisins, nuts, etc.
bulk
of these. The with chronic stomach
many battle
bitter ,
ore was Brights. $2.65 to $2:75: ; Russets a .
the been running to small sizes. anl liver troubles, but at last I won Swiss Cheese.
$2.55 to $2.65. Others about disease by the use of RON BEDS FROM S2-50 UP SIDEBOARDS Sll.SO'tIP :
cured'
knocked and my
same with a few off lits being FISH .COMMISSIONERS .INVESTIGATING -

down at a slightly lower price. MULLET. recommend Electric Bitters.them to I all,unhesitatingly and don't intend CHINA CLOSETS St5. O AND UP

Grapefruit is considerably firmer in the future to be without them 00K0


'and selling. Tangerines at $2.75 to in -$3.50 small as-lots tIquality. Special Jacksonville to the, of Ocala Fla.the Bureau Banner Dec :n.of-Fisheries The in such wonderful the a bad house.medicine case They as mine.to are"have certainly Sold under cured a OCALA) [ [ f FURNITURE! C MPHf.! II .

bring $3.50: to $3.75. commissioners guarantee to do the same for you, byTrdings -,,-
are at present engaged in an inquiry & Co., druggist, at 50 cents GROCERY E. C. SMITH C. V. ROBERTS. ':;;J

BETTER. of spawning, etc., them today. m ",
FLORIDA ORANGES into the habits a bottle. Try <::;;
t
--
of mullet in southern waters. -- ,: .0!
.Special to the Ocala Banner: The inquiry is very important as Readers of the Iormngews are 1
New York, Dec. IS.-There has been of barrels are shipped annually familiar with the details of the stabbing

i better tone to the orange thousands from the Florida waters. The' [ of Miss Wiggfield, the schoolteacher T. eedham r '
decidedly
at Dania, by a pupil named Ll

''market this week. run of mullet begins and in in the the waters Carolinas of Reno Dykes, and who is said to have Rev mm{ [ Just t In'j n

[. The receipts of Florldas haDeen early in autumn in November. The schoolsare been urged to commit the act by his I Ielder

has taken Florida brother, Henry. The boys were Plumber
Conch lighter and the trade miles in extent, thefish Tije
sometimes
than arrested on Saturday, but :Miss Wig; \ .
hold of the fruit more readily being so close together as to form. -
refused to enter a complaint -
Is field .,
There

U rtW any more time or this less season.complaint as totesty a These solid mass.fish are considered the most against them, the they were about Attorney to- flgd Gas fitter, e

condition of considerable of the edible species in Atlantic waters and be released R. R. Taylor when Prosecuting filed information Weare now prepared to make MOSS.:MATTRESSES .=
asfor it
Nt but this is not as universal will be made to propogate
attempts I in the county court _
three weeks. from spawn taken onthe against them -the kind that will .last also to clean'andfenovato!
the two or waters
past in other Saturday. The boys were taken incharge HAS OPENED '"$ NEW *fc .
and on L
.It Is the holidays now of Florida..ORIDA'S II .
nearing coast Sheriff Gore, when =
by Deputy
fruit., There old enes. We buy and sell '
cthe trade irf anxious for Florida GREAT ORANGE CROP. the father of the boys gave bond inthe t SHOP ON THE CORNER OF w
1. what if the r.
no question but sum of $150 each for their ar-
Second-Hand Furnitureand
cont1oa -
fruit could arrive here in porper laborwas SPENCER BLOCK WITH A
Jacksonville, Dec. 18.-Though pearance in court at he next term.--:
that much better prices coul9realized and wages 30per
L than are now being re- particularly short than last year this Miami News. r'JLL! LINE OF SANITARY can save you money on this class of gocds. A

OtlTet cent. higher from all points of view The Rentz Lumber company at Silver great deal of stock now on hand is as good as new,

Good fruit is wanted and will bring season's crop record. The quality of thefruit Springs received a car load ofmules AND MODERN 'PLUMBING and the prices are so low that it will surprise you to _.
the
remunerative figure, but it is hard .beats in general is very good and greenfruit eighteen in number Friday. GOODS. WHEN IN NEED OF learn them. Give us a call. ,

t'ttt: the trade to show and enthu- better flavor than in previous Six of them died Saturday and sixmore
of fruit shows to die. It
i for quality of them are expected "
the poorer FIRST CLASS SANITARY : =.
e' on the Florida years. likely to supposed that they were famished '
range of prices good and are is ,
_. tt this week has been very 'wide ,Prices are so as the crops in Maderiacon for water by being on the road toolong. PLUMBING wALL ON HIM. I' Pittman & Son

._.the.' best it has not been hard to reported to be a fail They were turned into a lot h ,

$2.75.: The bulk of the fruit and Spain are :end permitted to drink too much. ....i): -. i

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1 I NOTES. JUDGE SWAIN AN EXTRA J
CIAL PUNISHMENT.. '"
Ocala Banner: "ITSI
Addison C. In sentencing" the men convicted J
December 25. A the charge of peonage Friday, rya
dinner will be giv Charles Swayne, in the Federal i
Mrs. Farris and Mrs. in city, put both a money fine and w
Miss DePauw will prisonment sentence on the men
Farris. guilty by the jury. article. Ai
: and party will ar- luis Judge Swayne had a
28. A game and< fish right to do-varying from the ; fact which :roOf,
each year in honor mvm to the maximuin limits of proof of :
p alties, as in his judgment f (.11
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of New York, ntt st suitable to the gravity of tRu
arrive early in Jan- offenses committed. QJ E NO.Air

There is, of course, great \' : )
and party will of opinion regarding the HaI
January 7, for their many holding it an excessive HACANtC3MCO
} and fishing. ment, and others not. With ptdtliC"C i Th'
Royal and family and however Judge Swayne has no R g' r
people of Boston, ce n. The law leaves this matter
for several weeks s-ilutely within his discretion, 4 ,ji'.i/D
E the first week in Jan- his alone-unless a higher tribunal
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verses him-he is the arbiter of
president of the penalties to be meted out. -.
Co., will spend some 1 ne News, however, takes I
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his lands. Mr. tion to Judge Swayne's third
Homosassa in a short of punishment, which is not vrapn
: remain for several. ed by the statutes and for which I 19(
.' don't believe Judge Swayne has i i 1 I
of New York, will authority in law and certainly e& .
February 1. ethics. J
and party, "from This third method of punishment cil
among the early ferred to is the remarks made to i e
x Gallagher when Judge Swayne, i mean
will spend most i iI I passing sentence on him, is
9 : bear and panther. to have said to him: "I would
arrive in a few days. :Mr.: Gallagher, that when you get i) I
is among a promi- to Atlanta that you leave your l'r
; early for duck at home, and if any of the I !I I & coed
there molest :you, do not try to
cf Rhode Island, them in the face." ta
weeks duck shoot- These remarks, if true, made OJ antic
; time when Judge Swayne was
.':\Ir. J: Rose, Mr. Gallagher to the pinitentiary at < : i
W. Trumpi, Mr. C. lanta, seems to the Daily News J.. te
P. H. Surry, Mr. H. be uncalled for and certainly extra .
L. II. Burnett, Mr. dicial. Ii) IE!
Mr. J. Shifter, Mr. G. I It seems to us that Judge : tf(
j
A. Bryan are among should confine himself to the bE
phase of the sentence and let i : \ g ht
Middaugh and party, Gallahager get his advice SIb
Jan. 1. his conduct in the Atlanta' 3
and party are book- tiary from the warden, who a }
certainly be more familiar with the Pocket : w
W. Davis will spend mode of conduct of the inmates ; :
the Rendezvous this he udge sentencing them.It tlf
seems to us, further, that I '
Undree are entertain Swayne should not have made i [ P SUITS i v:
f Mr. A. G. Ruthford sarcastic remarks at a time when : djt
; them for several had the victim at his mercy rt
when the judge was hedged in by 11 }
and family will ar the powers which the federal (
time. Their beautiful ment gives to its judges. Nor do 8 E
put in order for the believe for .a moment that 1 Rc
Swayne would have used that 4L. i
; general super- guage to Mr. Gallagher had they : I fl
L., railway, and party on equal footing outside of the )E Et Et
s Es
r'x a few days hunting room and he should I
; tainly have had more
fishing club arrives hood than to use it on a : .
of the month. victim standing before him for ef
S
George Lounds arriv tence. e i t .
+- will remain a few If our memory stands us not eee :
Loundes is an ex Chief Justice Brewer in a case of t (
i : reports the sport nature reversing Judge Swayne, ---- -- 1
: better. language which is certainly at | t
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ience with that of Judge Swayne. ; ; h'2'' ><>Oo r
BOARDMAN. The casereferred to is' the ,.
: : cese, wherein the defendant, [
t Ocala Banner. was also tried and convicted of I .} I
bas been quite age and (we think) was fined !
+ days but is now im thousand dollars and sentenced to LIST

years' imprisonment. In 'I' ,
has been forced Judge Swayne in the Clyatt case, >
times with a tice Brewer, of the United States Ft
: fruit for want of preme court used, in subsance, L
the oranges. This language: "However much ADVANCE {
s causing much !!! "'
disap-
tion
a party charged with a .:: ._
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of the
orange grow- offense may deserve, still it is
the important duty of the court to
McCashy boys were that all the elements of his crime
Sunday after- proven. Only in the exact .
a negro on a bi tion of law can justice be done
ensued. Robert the confidence of the people i and The Semi-
in his hand at the ed in the judiciary." I __, one year $1.50
an "ugly wound in How grand are these I
the thumb and coi pared with the sarcasm of and The Thrice-;
him unable to Swayne when, having the prisoner year . .M6 4ryk
x, as operator and his absolute power, he uses 4
and on this ac by which he "rubs it in" on his : and The eekly 4i i
: Farmbach as his; tim, and b}' that method brings : 0 0 0 . : .$1.75
I I judiciary into just so much and The Atlanta
I on the sicK list. -Pensacola Journal. j:
I I of Selma, Ala., . . e .$1.75
I Mrs. Irene La- Indian Turpentine.The and The Com- C
''r report of the Indian section (
) one year. .1.50
has some very the Imperial Institute has been .
and will have some sued. In this report Prof and The Toledo. .

trade. Dunstan remarks that the ( ) . ,. $1.00(
McIntosh, has been manufacturers desire new sources slvan-
days or two weeks, supply of turpenitne, the j and The '

} I I to sit up. Her sister, supply being largely in the hands . . . 51.75
I:: from Louisville, a monopoly. Indian turpentine "8
s by telegraph to come been pronounced unsuitable and of L
inferior quality. An English
parents and brother turer, who had examined Indian
here for the winter ples, was good enough to suppiy
: and The Sa-
Daily
to locate in Florida. Imperial Institute with
\ of Evinston, which were investigated in the >> .$to.59
and'The
books for the tific and Technical Department. Daily

y Company, of Jackson..,' was found that the difficulties year. 0. .$12.50
year, has resigned question were the results of the
and The At-
returned home. Af- fective distilleries of the Daily
t he will go into busi-. The Indian Forests Department r t; . . .$Q.50
John, at Samp-i been informed of this conclusion, and Atlanta Daily
|[suggestions has been made as to (
improvements that might be ) year .'10.00

of Weir Park, in the distillation. There can .. _
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shoppers be a doubt- that if the matter
sday. Mrs. Martin systematically taken up ADVANCE
from Nashville, for European use could be v
was called on ac in India.-Savannah Naval Stores
.- of her mother. vie.

. Harrison,
formerly Beyona me younger element NER
the past five years idea of the Administration for the ,
Pullman service, tension of the federal power, as
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a:, :; 'to spend the forth by Secretary Root In ,a +
> : and was a wel speech, finds little, support In ,.
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: SAVEDDRIFTWOOD. FFOM Mr. J. W. Crosby -
was declared BE

elected councilman from ward 3. INDEPENDENT. MAYOR McCONATHY. THE MAYOR MISQUOTED. L.A..... ......_- ..., ;
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.e ribs and sausage, : The returns with the df ward 4 were canvassed The man who is wise He Sets the Ladies-Straight and Cor. He Favors Street Sprinkling and ; ) hiCrt4 U 101.I ..' ... { -
following J fr
Backbone and ham, For result: Who goes his way rects a False Impression. Street Improvement. \\ i) ,(" 5 .f # ,
t mayor, L. T. Izlar
I Hcecake and bacon, For councilman G. received 25. Regardless of nrl R l IL

I Biscuits and jam- Total A. Carmichael, 25. What others say Messrs., Editors of the Ocala Banner Editor Star: In your issue of the

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i looks pretty sweet; Mr. G. A. And dies his death the City Improvement Society published "Mr. E. K. Nelson, chairman of the RHEUMATISM .25
Carmichael
f.f.ute mind the.country elected councilman from was declared And doesn't stop in your last week's issue appears street committee, admits that the public .For sale by Tydings & Company...

l' you've got enough to eat.Christmas ward 4. To waste his breathOn streets around Ocala are in a deplorable -
. Total number of votes cast for may foolish the report of its committee to NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
condition
[ Is a-comln', chaps with dust and by all

:: Chilian get tin' good or was 1C9, of which L. T. Izlar received -: What think they know appear before the city council in means should be sfprinkled but he LETTERS-PATENT. -;

: fr.Runnln' round on errands : 16S. Major Izlar reeciving a Just how this boom which it is stated: "Mr. Robertsonsaid said that the mayor said if the mer- NOTICE is hereby given that we,

j Fetchln' In the. wood. majority of votes cast was decalred ing world should that he understood that there chants want the streets sprinkled they ,;the undersigned four weeks after the
r 'elected mayor of Ocala. go.Phil first publication of this notice will
must do it themselves.
and Cook. was an understandng between the
Happy
,J contented. Council thereupon apply to the Governor of the Stateof
Landin' on my feet a'ljonrncd. mayor and the marshal not to Impound I am satisfied on reading the above Florida, for Letters Patent to issue

4. Th' country' get along all right- H. C. SISTRUNK.Clerk.. Those Methodist Preachers.The the stock." that Mr. Nelson was misunderstood- bv* under the following proposed darter:

We've got enough to eat. delegation from the Methodist_ n__ I am notified that the committee mis- you and he informs me that he did G. W. EASTERLING,

annual conference has returned and not make this | R. S. HALL 1 0
understood Mr. Robertson's remark; statement which implies .;
-Phil Armstrong. "AND THERE
SHALL BE NO MORE J. C. BOOZER.
I WAR." report an interesting session. and since from the high source from that the mayor controls the matter of COPY OF THE PROPOSED CHAR-

CITY COUNCIL MINUTES.. I Dr. R. V. Atkisson made the best which it comes gives the charge credence -i street sprinkling. Should the mayor TER OF THE EASTERLING.. 0

I The following ; report ever sent from the Orlando I think it worth while to noticeit direct the street overseer to sprinklehe DRUG COMPANY.We .
appeared in the
OFFICIAL South African charge We have heard a few whiskers especially since it is a serious one. could properly Inform him that he the undersigned hereby associate 0
Spectator published ourselves for .
t at together the
Ocala Fla., Dec. 18, 1906. Cape Town, South Africa: ab'ut the unusual jealousies that My reasons for saying the committee had no authority in the matter; and of becoming incorporated under purpose

Regular meeting of the city council In his creepout even in a Methodist bodyof misunderstood him are: First should he use the water at the__ mav-_n_. the Laws of the State of Florida annli-
great speech before the --
Inter
was held on the 18th day of December, parliamentary Union preachers when a successful: man that Mr. Robinson would not have or's order, on presentation of the bill cable to corporations for-profitn

1906. !July last, that silver-tongued, at London and, in shows up because all men are but human made such a statement, having no for same by the water company the Article .1.NAME. .

l Present and presiding A. G. Gates, \vorld-reno\\aed orator William Jennings at bottom and we are glad that reason to do so; second, he informsme council could with perfect propriety The name of this corporation shall -

;I Bryan Dr. Atkisson has received a good appointment that he did not use the language refuse to pay it. It must be apparent be THE EASTERLING DRUG COMPANY .
president; J. E. Cbace E. K. Nelson observed in one of his "
l grand periods in the Ocala church lately attributed to him and the committeegot therefore that having no power in the and its PrinCiPaL place of
J. D. Robertson and C. K. Sage. count : business shall
k "I will not disguises the occupied by Rev. L. W. Moore once it wrong; third, the remark that premises he could not have said who Marion
dlmen.G. fact
thatI County, Florida; but it may establish
a pastor in the Orlando church.Dr. he he and which should do the .
made was taken sprinkling.I
says
f consider this officps and in
A. Carmichael came In after resolution a long step agencies any other placeor
In the direction of Atkisson leaves his charge,. as down by the city clerk and is of record have always favored the sprinkling places in or out of the State of f
I meeting was called to order. peace nor will
I disguise the fact |,he did the First church in Jackson- is: "Councilman Robertson stated of the public square and a block or !)orida.
; Minutes of December<< 4, 1906, read that I am here because dlic Article II. 0
I want this after a continuous service of that he was of the opinion that it two appreoching it, even if the entire :;
f and approved. Interparliamentary'Union BUSINESS.The .
I PreiMpnt asked If there was anyone to take just as long a step as four years-which in itself is a good was up to the marshal and mayor to expense is borne by the city. However general nature of the business to

t possible in the direction record. enforce the ordinance against animals as the Immediate benefit would in- be transacted! is:
: > nt who wished to address the of universal 0;J
re
l We : Orlando is fortunate in securingRev. running at large in the city limits.:' sure to those doing business on those 1. To buy and sell drugs, seeds and .. ,
council, whereupon W. D. Jones stated peace. meet in a famous hall, all articles
usually and
bought sold
J. B. Mitchell for
and two years pastor It is very hard to quote a person streets, I think they should help pay t
looking
t\ that be desired a reduction on backtuei down upon us from these of in conducting a wholesale and retail M
-- the Bartow
walls! church. Mr. Mitch correctly; and I have no doubt but the expense. I am in favor of covering drug business .
on loin 5. C and 7. of block \" are pictures that illustrate not ; .
the ell enjoys the reputation of being a that the committee thought they were those streets, and as soon as the I 2 To fill prescriptions; J
and lot 4, block "D" Allred's Addition glory that is to be won in war
stirring man of the times : 3. To own and operate a soda fount ""
i but the horrors that a good doing so, but as they possibly never city is able to do so, all others that ,-
to Ocala. follow war. Thereis or soda fountains ice and soft ;
preacher, a good pastor and all cream "
an made of lime
before appeared before so august a are rock, with a mater-
Upon motion of Dr. Chace the matter a picture of one of the great fig- round drink parlor, dealing in such drinks ,,'
: ures In English successful man. He has donean body as the city council, I can well ial that will prevent the dust, and am as is customary;
history (pointing to
was referred to finance committee. ;
the frescoe exceptionally fine work in Bartow, account of the mental condition that now; in correspondence with a party 4. To buy, own, sell and controlall

>| Communication from I). W. DavUf'Mklng by Malise of the death of and as instanced by the article pub probably existed not only on their part with the Jew of getting the mater before kinds of real and personal prop-

a reconsideration of the matter Nelson.) Lord Nelson is represent. lished in the Reporter-Star, clipped the council.On erty; .
but of the other party to the inter-
wherein Graham ed as dying, and around him are the 5. To do all things necessary reason-
: Drothers had from the
,; mangled forms of Bartow Courier-Informant view, so conductive to a misunder March 29, 1906, the following able and requisite in carrying out the
others. I
I been granted the Insurance on the city that understand fa few days since the Bartow folks standing. As I say above, I think the communication was presented to the purposes of this corporation.
t kill and fixtures and desired that the war brings out certain vir I .
were determined to hold him. council: Article III.
ladles got this thing all wrong, but in
J St. Paul policy No. 37 be continued. tues. I am aware that it gives opportunity We are truly sorry for those good passing judgment on them we must "To the City Council of Ocala: I CAPITAL STOCK.
for the The amount of the stock of this
of capital
display
On motion of Mr. Nelson, seconded great people in their loss but glad for Or-
; 'patriotism I remember the well known fact that hand, you herewith a proposition of corporation shall he TEN THOUSAND
; am aware that the example -
k)7 Mr. Sage, action of committee of who lando's gain. our councilmen are not very super the Ocala Water Company, to furmish DOLLARS, ($10,000.00), divided into

-Therein granted to Grahanj Brothers men give their H'esfor Dr. Finer who suddenly came ior to the ordinary run of men, and water for sprinkling the streets at 15 One Hundred Shares of the par val-

the Insurance was sustained.Dr. their country Is inspiring; but I I among us a few weeks ago and electrified that when a woman cents per 100 gallons."I ue Of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, .
corners a guilty
:
venture to there is ($100.00) each all of which said
much inspiration ,
say as ; authorized -
William Anderson appeared before the people with his wonderful man and tells him. "You have left undone is desirable to sprinkle the following capital stock shall be payablein
in a noble life there is
l the council and complained of -as I discourses, goes to First church in those things which you ought to strets: Fort King, railroad to cash. -

| [ uluatlon of block U. Caldwoll's! Ad- in heroic death, and I trust that one Tampa, where he will do a. great i have done; and you have done those Magnolia; South street, railroad to Article IV.
of the results of
.r dltlon to Ocala and requested that a this Interparliamentary work. Fortunate people-those Tampa I things which you ought not to have Power's corner, North street, railroad TERM.The .
Union will be to emphasize the term for which this corporationshall
reduction be made on same.<< folks. They now have three of done," he is liable to say most any- to Dunn's Park Magnolia Martin's exist is Ninety-nine years.
doctrines that a life devoted to the ,
I r Dr Chace moved matter be referred I the best preachers in the state. Dr. thing. stable to Baptist church. Article V.

to finance committee, seconded by Mr. public and ever flowing like a spring Finer, Rev. Carpenter and Rev. Moore. No citizen of this city, both before This will require about, 5,000 gallons j OFFICERS. -
with good exerts its influence upon The business of this corporation
Robert son and carried. I Ir They ought to be good. and since I became mayor, has been each time, so if,covered twice a dayit
the human race and upon the destiny shall be conducted by a President,
The Orlando district is
Bill of Harrisburg Foundry & Machine particularly more anxious than I to enforce the would cost for water about $1.62 a VIce-President, a Secretary and -

Works for services of Mr. Blue of the world as great as any deathin lucky in retaining Dr. J. W. Bigham "cow law." I cannot run them into the per day. Treasurer, and a Board of Directors, 0

: for $IC9.7! was discussed and Mr. war. And if you will permit me as presiding elder, who is one of the pound nor do I know their owners, I The efforts of the chairman of your composed of not less than three nor -

t to mention one whose career I watched finest characters and best preacherswho more than five, to be elected at the -
; Robertson moved bill be refused have repeatedly sent for the "cow street committee and myself to get a
with interest and whose name I annual meeting of the Stockholdersto
L ecorjed' by Mr. Sage and carried. ever struck south Florida. -Orlando man." when we had one to impound bid for furnishing a man and team be held on the second Monday in
revere. I will say that In my humble
t The following bills which were prop- Reporter-Star. them as I might see them. It is Impossible have so far been unavailing. I recommend February, A. D. 1907, and annually .0
judgment, the sixty-four years of
erly approved were ordered paid: for the marshal to do this that your street committee take thereafter on the second Monday in
spotless public service of William Will Interest Liquor Dealers. February in each year; provided, that
[ Seml.monthly pay roll of officers, work, since his duties require him this matter up at once.
Ewart Gladstone will, in years to B. Wall of the sixth the offices of Secretary and Treasurermay
Judge Joseph
r $: I:3; semi-monthly pay roll electric where the people mostly congregateor R. McCONATHYY, Mayor. be held by one and the same

light plant department, $207.50; come be regarded as rich an orna- judicial circuit, has recently made a are found and it is well understoodthat Which was referred to the street Stockholder. The following named I
ment to the history of this nation,
the business of
lOcals l Printing Co., $3.75; H. M. Dear- I decision that will be of interest to he is not to give his time to this committee.On officers shall conduct
who until those elected at
as the life of any man pouredout this corporation
p Or11. $ G.4S, T. E. Biggs 23.76; Wes- his blood upon a battlef ld." all liquor dealers within the staf -* work, but that a "cow man" shouldbe April 3, 1906 the following appears the first annual meeting shall qualify;

rum Electric Co., $4.40; Florida Elec- Some one has said that "Were subjects Florida. This distinguished jurist and has at times been employedfor on the minutes of the council: President, G. W. Easterling; Vice- 0

I E trie Co.. $36.00; Crew Levick Co., this purpose. I would be pleasedif "Bids were read from D. W. Tomp- President R. S. Hall; Secretary and
: wise, war is a game at which holds that the present law empowering Treasurer J. C. Boozer Board of Di-
III1J7. Western Electric Co., $34.89: my recommendations to the council kins & Co., also G. T. Liddon, for fur ;
kings and queens would not play"and the boards of county commissioners rectors, G. W. Easterling, R. SHall
A. L Webb. $1015; II. & W. B. Drew in a message of last January con- nishing team and driver for sprink- and J. C. Boozer.
it may be added were the school to grant permits to liquor dealersis
Co. U&. O; II C. Slstrunk. $5.23. cerning streets sidewalks cleanliness, ling streets. Mr. Nelson chairman Article VI.
who would the
void for
"in evidence" and
master more unconstitutional
Dr. Chace moved that bill of A. J. animals and livery stables could be I cf the street committee, also states INDEBTEDNESS.The .
| endeavor to instill healthier notions that it confers judicial pow- of indebtednessshall
reason amount
highest
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that Mr. Martin, of the Marion Farms
balance due for published herewith, but too much
Brlgtnce for C.OO.. minds the long hoped of commis- not at time exceed TWENTY -.
into youthful ers on the boards county 'I any
Stables has in verbal bid. After -
Wnrlces at fire station be paid; seconded fo millenium "that consummation sioners and that the liquor dealers of space would be required. If anyone put a THOUSAND DOLLARS, ($20-

Robertson and carried.Monthly cares to know my views on these subjects discussion the bids were laid on 000.00).
by Mr. im.st devoutly to be hoped for," the Florida in order to do business must
of E. W. Jones superintendent I they can read them as they are table indefinitely, motion of Mr. Ow- Article VII. ; !
, report period when "swords will! be beaten go back to the petition system and SUBSCRIBERS.The .
recorded
and
read ind on file in the city clerfl's. office. en, 'luly seconded. 0
of streets was into ploughshares," would cease tote that the petitions must be signed ,bya names and places of residence,
I Mr. Gates is quoted in the society'scommittee It is only by the grace of the countcil
the of the
Information. together with amount Cap-
Ifdfl't'l filed for the
I being among majority of the registered voters'
regarded as
that the meddle in the
"Our mayor can for each is
the veto of the mayor report as saying, ital Stock subscribed by
Upon motion dream- of the idealists and would be living in the respective voting districts 0
matters of this character at all.
city follows:
ordinance was mayor was not in sympathy with the as
a the Hell Telephone within the range of accomplishedfacts. where the liquors are to be sold. society." I R. fcCON\.THY'-1 G.V.. Easterling Ocala. Fla., 0

liken up. But when the youth of civilized Judge Wall's decision covers something I 50 shares. :
in Ocala Star.
sustained I amunable to recall any, word of 0 R. S. Hall Ocala Fla. 25 shares.
be -
Jlr. Sage moved vto lands have held before them as more than a column and his ,
roll 'act of mine that expressed want of J. C. Boozer, Ocala, Fla., 25 shares. .
falch was seconded and upon being the most worthy example for conclusions are as follows: [Albert Anson Graham Says "Howdy."
sympathy towards the efforts of these
uU all members voted In the affirm- their emulation, the man who readily 1st.-"That: sections two and four Gainesville, Fla. Dec. 19, 1906. State of Florida
good women so I fear that they did 0
dive.Mr. and icrklessly bares his breast for of the act are unconstitutional in To the Ocala Daily Banner: County of Marion. -

r Carmichael moved that preIent the bullet of the legalized murderer, that they attempt to confer judicial not catch Mr. Gates' exact language. Dear Editor: I just want to say On this day' personally came G. W.
chief till However that may be it is not of Easterling, R. S. Hall and J. C.
appoint an acting fire and presents his body for the weaponof powers on the board of county commissioners importance so far as the success of i! "howdy do" to you. to the Banner, and Boozer Jo me well known to he the

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ODe could be elected which was sec the fellow who prefers the careerof not authorized by the con- I all, including of course, the paper's individuals described in and who' .
their work is concerned. appreciatetheir si3v
ClDdt'tJ. the hired assasin to that of the stitution. rural scribes, Calliopean, of Berlin: subscribed their names to the foregoing I
efforts to beautify and make attractive articles of incorporation and ack- _
Mr. Robertson offered the following more honest, if a somewhat more prosaic 2nd.-"That eliminating those two Blue Bell, of Anthony; Here and I 1'
our surroundings and know nowledged before me that they subscribed 0 : ;
ftacndnwnt* of peaceful and useful ,pursuit I sections the cat becomes inoperativeand There and June Bug, of Daisy; Faraway the same for the uses and purposes ,, -:.
I that it what they are striving to do ,
That a man be appointed to 1111 the M lo'ig as the schoolmaster, aye! : ineffectual for the purposes for Moses, of Grahamville; Sic Sem therein set forth and expressed. -
say shall be accomplished it will be a ':
Bwxplred term of fire chief. Upon and the preacher, too instill these notions which it was enacted, and per Tyrannis of Orange Lake; Pansy, In witness whereof I have hereunto .,
of
great benefit and lasting testimony
official seal this the
set hand and
roll the following voting for will the career of the 3rd.That without these .restrictions of Fort McCoy; Peter Stanley of my '
call
long
*o their patriotism. It is a hard task, 19th day of December, A. D. 1906. :
amendment: A. G. Gates. J. E. Chace legalized murderer be accepted as being and limitaions on the power of and certainly discouraging. when on Pine; your McIntosh correspondent, (seal) F. -W. DITTO -;

tad J. D. Robertson, and G. A- Car- an honorable and desirable one. the board to grant such permits, the their return home from their summer and all others whom I can't at pres- Notary Public. :
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iuichel, I:. K. Nclfon and C. K. Sage .Mr. Bo an. In concluding a speech legislature would not have enacted vacation to find that their winter and not recall. March My commission 190S. expires 21st 12-21-4t day of -:

voting In the negative; amendment uhlch will Justly go down to historyas the statute."It spring work was not appreciated by Yes Mr. Editor just want to say < -

kt nwFt able one delivered by is therefore ordered and adjudged "howdy do" to you and all; a merry -
the their husbands whom they left behind '
Thereupon the original motion that on tiny subject, remarked that the demurrer be sustainedand Christmas and a happy New Year, and SEEDBEANS
anyone and who in their absence had let the
.r pnIdent appoint an acting fire chief -it Is not too much to hope thatas the alternative writ be quashed. weeds grow so high on the sidewalks then 365 more happy days. Wax and Green Pod Varieties grown 0 -;

.,IU duly carried. years go by human sympathy vfflj i i This is a most interesting and Important that they can scarcely get in their ALBERT _ANSON GRAHAM. and shipped by 0 1." ," ,..:'_

r lion motion of Dr. Cbace, seconded expand until its feeling of unity will decision and if sustained by the frciit gates. I do sympathize under Herbert C. Horrill. :
i members of a court will make the whiskey Robt. Tydings suffered an unfortunate 0
I fbf Mr Nelson and carried. superlnItttfcnt not b* confined to the supreme such circumstances, and if the prayerof Cedar Springs, Mich.,
of a clan in Florida get busy. accident Tuesday night. While playing 0
was dealers
of Klecirlc Light plant family cr 10 the members the wicked availeth, the new leaven Red Speckled Valentine Green Pod :
I cut state but shall with some of his young friendsone $2.75. Prices right on other va- ::
authorized order 50 absolute community or into the next year's council will .
to of a going
or not too muchto Mr. Justice Brewer, of the United of them accidentally threw a rieties. All seeds offered are of -

O'1t1 and hangers for street lights. b0 \\orltl wide. It is assembly, pos- States supreme court says that leaven the whole lump and do just lighted firecracker his face. It exploded crop 1906. ; .

Upon motion duly carried the electbn hope that we. in this Washington and Jefferson are not what the City Improvement Society and burnt his face quite bad-
hasten
1906.ttrt may Fine Brood Mares. ,.
resolution
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returns of December sibly l-y this back numbers and that the constitu- wishes Fortunately none of the powder .:
ly. load 7
shall feel so appalled done."R. We have just gotten in a car

canvassed. with he (lay when we taking human life tion of the United States is no mere McCONATHY.A entered his eyes and he will be all of the finest brood mares ever broughtto c

Returns of ward one canvassed at 'the tI ught of to raise all ques- cemetery ornament but a wall builtto Santa- Claus Mask Free. right in a day or wo. the state and to see them is to admire 1

bha following result: For mayor-I that \\e shan strive preserve the liberties of the peo- them. We will sell them at l' 3

1'. War received :31 votes. For ward tiofl to a level where the settlement" of this republic. Men of the Justice Boys and girls, you can get a Santa Fine selection of gold bracelets, very reasonable prices. Come and and :'jj :?"
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received and not by force. ple Claus false-face free with next Sunday's look them over at -r ....'-
waellman J. D. Robertson will l'e by reason Brewer stripe are in arms againstthe 'all new. Weihe, The Jeweler. x i STABLES r /
benighted MARION FARMS
the ,
J. D. too, to New Work World. It comes
votes cast In the ward 29. And the 5pe.tacle. na- theory recently advanced by Secr- xx Ocala. Fla. = ::is
coun- of two civilized with the magazine section, and is
ward heathen direction '::
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ItbenlOD was declared Root under the dictation and
engaged in a death struggle retary just the right size to fit a boy or girl.It Lost-From the owner's residence, 4
Ltn from ward one. tions being of President Roosevelt that WATERMELONSEEDS
can- other, Is Ill calculated is in bright colors, with green December the first a black shepherd :
were each
The rrturns of ward two with United States in their federal
the
acquiescence leaves and red holly berries. Just her neck. An- )
heathan's with ring around
For gyp
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4ed with the following result to intplre the :capacity are the "all in all" and that !IIf 0
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War reT will be Inclined to repudIate the thing to have lots of fun with for swers to the-name of "Shep." Finder -
r. S3 votes out: U T. In, and be l the states are mere attachments. to
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Christmas. Make others laugh and
Howell.
C.
J. ForIman that: will be rewarded. J. w -
and G. W. Cleveland. the idt'a the United States machinery as ma-

Charles Rhelnauer, 39; u "He called us to deliver,. nipulated from Washington. Even, make yourself happy. you can't buy "GILBERT'S"seed 0
error chain. Every parent should ge this supple- send for
in the from your dealer my'Special"
cast
from.
Jl&Uard.! 19. Total votes Ills land P. .old time republicans are strenuously "
F..ZS.. ment for the children. wholesale prices in quanti- '
c/) proclaiming that President Rooseveltand ties, buy seeJ from the "GROWER"and (

'., a Ch'arle* Rhelnauer was declare Seed-- potatoes. his cabinet are taking a step too FORGETTING. get the best at low price. I caIionbyMaiI .

from ward :. Irish Cobbler potatoes in far. have all the standard sorts, as wellas Bo tearing hone tinployment to gt&nO4- -
d councilman earliest Address COlu only .time rtadjIogUhoma.COUUNTRY 0
want the the valuable new sorts. eatioa. par
returns of ward :3 were canvass You Plant the Irish "I 1 fear you are forgetting me," _& A1iUIIDetic. Aebr GeometrT.GI'&IIIJIW' -

the following result: For may- Cobbler your neighborhood., round white and good or yle-car F. O. Butt of Arkansas, goes from She said in tones polite; D. H. G IL B E1.RT., ,Bhetoric T..p',ScieDeeI'y KaU.,B1stor1LatD.etc.oTlLerft4rlLly 'rto
barrel,
bushel to the penitentiary.He 10J1'l,of IIIICeeS&.
legislature : pIoS5e.rninttl
councilman.Crosby the "I I am indeed forgetting you
T, Ixlar. $5. For tree.Addrea.\l:I.BDIESFalatka.F1a. .
42; II. C Groves 27. foliFrea&arvey.ClearfieldPa.12214L was convicted of bribery. That's why I came tonIght. Monticello, Fla.
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1 PATRICK: GROWING. ANXIOUS.His 1 ih

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Wife to Ask Governor Higgins to I k

Make His Sentence Life Impris-,
onment.
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Ossing, Oec. 18.-Never before in

the five years of his incarceration in !.
the death house at Sing Sing Prison I R .--.
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has Albert T. Patrick felt such great F

rick's anxiety last over hope his to case escape as now.the death Pat- SEE D 0 A T S. } -r

_ chair is that Governor Higgins will t3
E take favorable action in his case before I '
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the governor goes out of officeon 1i
January 1.
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Having withdrawn his case from
c the United tSates court, contrary to I
the advice of some of his lawyers, i 4


clemency.Patrick to make now He has an prefers no appeal other to to have alternativebut executive Gover- I I, One Thousand Bushels Ninety Day or Bllrt 4


nor Higgins act on this appeal rather 1
have it to come before :Mr. Hughes.

rli t Patrick now realizes fully the criti- Oats for Seed. Order 14
cal stage of his case. At first he said Early.

he wanted a pardon or nothing, but .
now he will be grateful to escape F FIt !
I with a commutation of his sentence to I Ii i
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imprisonment for life. His final appeal -
to Governor Higgins will be f
made on that line.
is said that :Mrs. Patrick, who ll'r
Tisits her husband twice a week, will : : (

personally appear before Governor '.
lull J
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Higgins and plead with him to com-
mute the death sentence to a life ; Jrt
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sentence.Mrs. ..
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Patrick saw her husband on .
.Thursday last and will see him again Seeded Raisins --
Cleaned
r today. : Currants DAII'w IE

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ATE A POROUS PLASTER. -
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Italian Laborer Didn't Understand the ,".
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Doctor's-Orders. .. London Raisins enspe e
Layer
Special to the Ocala Banner: '
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Irving, N. Y., Dec. 17.-Antonia ):
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Cuissamano, : "
an Italian laborer of this "
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place, is in a critical condition as the
result of eating a porous plaster. ; EJ

l About a week ago Cussiamano complained :
; I of a pain in his chest. He I o Cranberries .J 1 Pound pkg Dates t

went to bed and Dr. E. T. Smith was )
called to attend him. The physician I 0c1
prescribed a powder. Mrs. Cussia
mano went to the drug store to haveit : 3

made up. After she had gone the coc
-: doctor advised his patient to use a L r.toR
\ Mincemeat in 30-lb. buckets
porous plaster. The Italian next morn- ; also Packages.I P 1i 1r{I
ing on his way to work bough it, |
a
.. but did not know how to use it. Finally .'Wf
:
E :- he took one of the powders his ..... i .
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; wife had bought for him, and tearing famf

''c off the cloth covering of the plaster, _. 1
;;';' ; :':;Ja-:';::' :_ _._'__ ,:-i_ :. 1 tere
sprinkled the powder over the face of .
it. He then tore off a strip and ate e Y 1
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it. Later in the day a friend stopped : ? '
him from repeating the performance.That a -- flpn
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night he was taken violently ill. -- ,"
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His condition is still serious. E .

1 SIX ROOSEVELT MESSAGES. TO ARRIVE IN A DAY OR SO 1t

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The President Will-Bombard .).
CongressWith
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Six Messages This Week. 1 ya
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Special Washington to the, Dec.Ocala 17.Banner-Six : Epecial One Thousand Bushels Red Rust Proof Seed Oats I. ,i alec ,.

messages are to be, sent to congress f,tobD
this week by President Roosevelt. ?
They include one on the Naval Pen- -,
sionnel bill, which contemplates the --0 I


more transmitting the rapid officers retirement Secretary of the navy and Metcalf's; a promotionof message report -\ Also Gar Purina Chicken Scratch Feed I },.ftIte P-

on. the alleged discrimination E .
against*the Japanese in San Francisco :-
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; a special message on Panama; a tri .

one message transmitting on the public Secretary land Taft's question re-; ..,...--, ..-'.-.-."" ...-- ._. -'-- -..'......-.....- ".--......-.. c
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port on Cuba, and a reply to the sen f 00
ate resolution ,ww
calling for information :
regarding the discharge without honor ,
f.
4 :- of the soldiers of the Twenty-fifth -- "0
regiment of colored infantry. "
'= We Always Carry Full and
THE NEW HARRIMAN COMPANY. a Complete line of ,
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Special to the Ocala Banner: :

Salt Lake City, Dec. .-The Pacif ,. I ;
ic Fruit cgmpany has completed its : J1ii.1
organization today. It is a twelve ..
million dollar express company to .
handle perishable freight and is an Groceries .:
adjunct to the Harriman, interests.The .
scheme is the outcome of the .
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new commerce regulations, which, F . -
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prevent the operation of private carlines .'. ,
that have hitherto monopolized .
the perishable freight business.The :

the Harriman Armour system cars but has have been had using and Candies .

several structed.thousand of their own con : I : !.


:. To the Trustees- of- t \ '.,(

r- Anthony Gentlemen-Baptist Church:-

Y" We. take the liberty ot telling you
1
:. that every church will be
given
a
z- liberal quantity oof L. & M. Paintwhenever Send us order Prompt :, 1J
they paint. your Delivery, .. .t4
x 4 gallons L. & M. mixed with 3 [ ; -,
gallons linseed oil will paint a moderate }
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sized house. "
oj
',. Actual cost of L. & M. about ,
$1.20
per gauon. !I -. : -' ... :_-' ..__, .
'' P- c'T': : -__. ;"-"p,,__ '._ -[ 1j
L. ---1' :JII""" ...., .
& M. Zinc hardens L. & M. """"" = .". .. --
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White Lead and makes the paintwear -

Largest like iron.mills in the world use L. lJ.
r.3. & M. A. B. O. N
Arnold Print Works. North Adams, '"' B J1
Mass., use nearly 17,000 gallons L. .
-- & M. Paint made with 10,000 gallonsL. JI
& M. 7,000 pure linseed oil. '-. -. _. _. 1j
Fla.Sold by McIver & MacKay, Ocala, iii

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X In discussing gubernatorial and ..__, .-, <, r : ....
senatorial possibilities, the pencil: 1
.. ; pushers should not overlook Hon.
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j.!
Frank Adams, old Hamilton's favoritefarmer .
_:" merchant, capitalist and ,
{ statesman,-Palatka Tiines-{ierald. <;itI,,'
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