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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala 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 28, 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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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).
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.U ; Ring merrily; ring cheerily f.f, .
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Ye glad toned Christmas bell
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..1 ""\ We have boxes toi rent at $5.00 that
...; : Each note resound the world around year

._..'1.' '. 'I'I.I A tale of joy to tell. will hold a big lot of valuable papers, jewelry, *
-- Tell how was born on Christmas mom '
etc. Also larger boxes costing a little more :
Within the manger low,
sU i3 The King of Kings whose great love brings You keep the key. Come and see them

. The peace al men shall know.

. At The Ring forth His sage-rlng until MUNROE & CHAMBLISS

.-."'" The world shall hear-Peace and Good Will! ,
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....): i i : POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE i I Each ringing echo tells, : j

. Ye bells of Christmas time, -

. .. Let love abound the world around, > 1
), The King's Daughters to Distribute I. 4'
... Unsurpassed In ev'ry land and clime Gifts. +...*..*.*............... |

. i Ring error's doom! Ring out the gloom The King's Daughters will distri-
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. :" Of unrequited toil. bute thirteen well filled baskets to

. i s : rung in the right of truth and might the poor of the city today and will Wedding |

..'>'; ... ...................... ....t................ Ring out the war's fierce turmoil, '. also remember the sick at the hos-

.' : .......................... ..................... s Ring forth His message-ring until pital with a box of oranges. Presents 1

. \ The world shall hear-Peace and Good Will! ... The committee met at the home of I I
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. ; HISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hiers and little Mrs. Jake Brown Monday and pre-

. : _. Local Editor sou, now of Jacksonville are spendins pared the baskets, which will bring ,
. Christmas; with Mr. Hier's mother at I. Rir 3 nerr.'ly; ring cheerily, : Christmas cheer to as many of the X .
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.. : .? LOCAL AND PERSONAL Dukes Fla. Ye bells of Christmas Day, \, : city's poor as they can reach. I. '' ';..,,

.i, .' I From out your throats fling forth the notes : Christ said that "the poor ye have i
.f Capt. S. R. Pyles is in Jacksonville. Mr. Carl Weihe, a successful teacher Of love and joy alway with ye always" and to those who

.i ea. business. of music in Jacksonville, is in t O'er vales and hills the message thrills .' .. have helped these noble women In.. Holiday
. Ii '. Ocala to spend the holidays with his Till all the world shall hear; i their efforts to brighten the lives of:

. ,< .(,Mr. Mallory Liddon is home to parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B.'Well t Till hearts bowed low with weight of woe the unfortunate they are indeed '

.. '.J spend Christmas with his family. Grow light with Christmas cheer. : grateful. Presents

. Miss Georgia Borger, one of the Ring forth His message-ring until .

i1 Harvey Hutchison, of Gainesville, teachers in the public school is spending t The world shall hear-Peace and Good Will! "; A Fearful Fate.It .

.. .' was In Ocala yesterday. her vacation at her home in Lake' i is a fearful fate to have to en- 1rJ INF }-

. .'. City. .' : dure the terrible torture -of piles. "I .

. .)lr: Chas: H. Lloyd, of Holder, is iiOcala : -I I. : can truthfully say" writes Harry zt
. J to spend Christmas.Mr. Dr. and Mrs. Bennett, of Crystal t Ring merrily; ring cheerily, .< : Colson of Masonville Ia., "that for ",- .
, River, were in Ocala Monday on their Ye sweet toned Christmas bells, ; 0
:-\-.. blind, bleeding, itching and protruding
Sam Barco came in from the< way to Tampa to spend Christmas : : A story of sweet love complete piles Bucklen's Arnica Salve is

country Monday to spend the day In with their daughter Mrs. R. J. Knight Each ringing echo tells. ,. i the best cure made." Also best for
town. Whate'er betide yet shall abide j'Love ; cuts, burns aud inuries. 25 cents ,at

Mr. Paul Durand, of St. Petersburg, heaven's brightest gem; Tydingg & Co., druggists. m ..........................
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Mr.. Lee Miller is up from Morse to .and Frank Durand, of Dunnellon an /'c. And men adore Thee more and more, -- -- -- ----- -- -, -.i

spend Christmas with his wife. t spending Christmas in Ocala with Thou Babe of Bethlehem.

,. \ I their mother. Ring forth His message-ring until .

; Mr.. Ebb' Weathers of Mattel, was The world shall hear-Peace and Good Will! H. ROBINSON, Pre,. ,
i among' the throng of Christmas shoppers Mr. Neil M. Weathers of New York; 1 -Will M. Maupin in the Commoner. S. H. dLITCH, Mgr. J. C. BOOZER As. L Mgr.
t I' GEO. J. BLITCH. Teller. '
"city has arrived home for the Christmas 1
In Ocala.
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,; Mr, and Mrs. Frank Dorsey cam parents Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers. I
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, from Holder Monday to spend a I The Strong
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and friends.-Inverness Chronicle. and Mrs. D. E. McIver. This is her
Mr. ArchjfIngram, of Jacksanville,
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Jew days with their parents.
first visit home
since last Christmas
4 Is the holidays In Ocala with
t spending J. J. Pyles, manager of the West
his Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ing as she spent her summer vacation
} Mr. 'George W. Easterling has re parents, Coffee company's commissary will with relatives in North and South Car BANK

:lined to Ocala after a brief visit I to ram. spend the Christmas holidays I in olina.

uth Carolina. Ocala[ the guest of relatives and .
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith and baby; '

9 (/Mr. Morris, Smith, of Jasepr is i al of Sylvania, Ga., are visiting MrSmith's friends.-Inverness Chronicle.Dr. conference We are glad has sent that Rev.the Howard Methodisi Du- OCALA,, FLfl.I _

wilds mother Mrs. R. L. McClure, H.! A. Reeves left yesterday for
tome to spend the Christmas till back to Live Oak for another
father Dr. Dan Morgan Smith. for the holidays. Ambrosa, Ga., where he was called bj '
: year. And this is true of the people Has Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced 0
telegram to the bedside of his
i is a outside of the church who know him,
Dr James Chase, of Jacksonville,
Miss Margaret Anderson went down father, who is dangerously ill.-
5 to St, 'Petersburg Monday t?: visit t guest of his son, Dr. J. E. Chase. i Inverness Chronicle.Mr. as well as the members of his denonv } by its Large and Increasing I
ination. Mr. Dutill is an earnesGodfearing ,
by his little daughter
He is accompanied
Miss Ophelia Gray for a few days
Hilderbelle. Edward Tucker who left Ocala man and kindly, modest > Business ;:

Mr. Hi: G. Eagleton, of Tampa, I Ispending fe several months ago to go to Panama, gentleman, who, under an unassuming

'a few days with Ocala Mrs. J. F. Davis and daughter, oi but who now has an excellent pos exterior carrier the force and purposeof .......................... ..........................
friends Landrum, S. C., are the holiday a true soldier of the cross and all
\ tion in Atlanta, came home Mondayto -
t i guests of the former's brother, Mr, spend Christmas with his parents: the qualities of the best citizenship Eo C. Smltb. C. V. Roberto

Mr. L. A. Gabel of the Teapot Gro Jerry Burnett.Mr. Mr, and Mrs.' William Tucker. 1 He is a good man and a good preacherand

i 'eery, has gone to Jacksonville a we congratulate the church in Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers .
friends. B. S. Weathers, who is with Live Oak his return to this field
vlsit with on
few ;
days' >;
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went
Mrs. George Hays
; the Peace River Phosphate Com of labor.-Live Oak Democrat. We are equipped, to do the very best work and use
to Sunday
Saturday' spend ;
Mr and Mrs. 'D.,E. .Peacock went tc'Williston pany in south Florida, Is spending- with Tampa her parents. She returned home only the latest and best methods.s:

Sunday to spend a few days Christmas at home. Tuesday morning accompanied by her Christmas Eve in Ocala. Telegraph Orders Receive Immediate Atte tiou.

with relatives. / The editor is made happy by the mother and sister Miss Eula Dui Monday night saw the last of the

L Mr. ,Adelbert Moody is up from gift of a beautiful "Elk", badge, with ranee who will be her guests for several Christmas shopping and all day and OCALA FURNITURE CO.japel

: Ocklawaha to spend Christmas with the compliments of the "force" whichhe days. until late at night (in spite of the in .

his mother, Mrs. E. P. Moody. appreciates most highly. of tensely cold weather) the streets and undertaking parlors corn < North Main Street, and Ocklawa-
Mr. James D. Buckalew. James- were lined with busy happy and froz .ia Avenue.

,1 Miss Edna Williams, of Louisana,, The Ocala Banner ishes its readers burg N. J., will arrive in a day or; en shoppers.Old Day Phone No. 10. Night ?', ne <" and 197.

sister of Mrs.C. C. Carroll Is in Ocalato one and all a most enjoyale Christmas two to spend the winter in Ocala as people, boys, girls, country people

; spend the holidays.The -it hopes the day will be one of usual. His Ocala friends will give. and children were all on the -

unalloyed pleasure. him a cordial welcome to this, his streets and most of the stores were The Methodist Christmas Tree. Russian' Turpentine to Compete With ,

dormitory of the female college old home. crowded during the entire day and American.
Tallahassee was destroyed by fire Mr. George F. Armstrong of Savannah -
at ,
tor such a cold Christmas eve some At he Methodist church Monday
Sunday morning. arrived in Ocala Sunday and is Mrs. William Muller and Misses Virginia of the sales were record breakers. night the members of the Sunday The exporters of Russian turpen- V

.. 3 -' visiting his wife and little daughter, and Irene Mcllwaln of Spartan And the clerks! It was certainly a school, had their annual Christmas tice have applied to the minister of V
Mrs. Ruen Smith of Oxford, Is vis- at the home of Mrs. Armstrong's parents burg, S. C., arrived In Ocala Mondayn busy day and night for them and whata I trade and industry to assist them in

\ ting her daughter Mrs. A. P. Gil- Col. and Mrs. W. N. Camp. a visit to their relatives, Mr. and sigh of relief was heard when it tree.The first part of the evening- was getting a reduction in the railway

,1 :' pore and :Mrs. Ben Borden. Mrs. W. T. McIlwain, on Wautula was all over. devoted to a short and interesting tariff at least l-40th of a copeck per
Miss Nellie Hooper one of Jac.k.sonvl11e's'
,, ;treetWhile The Ocala Banner hopes that this program by anumber of scholars. pood per verst on crude turpentinefrom
left school teachers, isat
H. M. Hampton popular
and
Mrs.
Mr. to arrest a colored Christmas will be one of the merriestin Then came the most interestingpart Viitsk Kansan, Kostrom and
Christ the holidays with trying ,
Arcadia to spend home spending
Sunday for the history of in Nut Novgord to St. Fetersurg.Libau
Saturday Policeman Dean came every person of the evening's entertainmentthe -
relatives. sister, Mrs. J. R. Moorhead. man
latter's her
mal with the ery near being badly hurt. The negro Ocala and that the coming year will distribution of the gifts. Keval and Riga. With such a reduc-.

tl tlof'Mrs. P. Haisley went up to Mr. E., C. Sims, of Anthony, a. progressive stabbed him in the shoulder but be a very prosperous and happy one. The tree, was beautifully decoratedand tion, says the petitioners with the
he Presbyterian Pastor Resigns.Mr. Santa Claus was present in the opening of the St. Petersburg-Burgo-
nesvlUe Monday to visit her neice. citizen of that section, was wing to the heavy overcoat wore
i f.q drs. L. C. Lynch, for a few ''days. In to see us Saturday. He was accompanied I the blade did not, penetrate his flesh. Dodge, whQ has for the. past flesh to greet the children and give Viatsk railway pitch products mightbe
been the pastor of the regularly exported; but for the
two rememberingevery
by his two daughters.The I years them a happy time by
,g
-Charles Marshall are Turpentine Stills Burned. I Presbyterian church of this city, on child with a pretty gift. There present, the rate of l-28th of a copeck.
Mr. and Mrs.
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| few days with friends at New York grand jury has begun Two turpentine stills owned by the I II last Sunday tendered his resignationto were also presents for the older per pood verst makes Russian turpentine _
i pending a I
an investigation into the New: Panona Naval Stores Co., near Chu- take effect on the new year. His members of the' Sunday school as too dear and unfit to compete

tiS-Augustine.'" York Life Insurance Company's affairs. muckla, Fla., burned a few days ago. reason for resiging is that he has well and in every way the evening wasa wkith American products on foreign

i I: ,,Mr, Clifford L. Anderson, of Holder. as brought out before the Legislative Loss about $7,000.. been offered and accepted the pastor very happy one for all concerned. markets. -1
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Christmas Investigating Committee. ate of the First Presbyterian church There were two trees, one on each
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rich his wife and son, who came up -_ -\ Philadelphia minister has decided of Ocala, Fla., and will accordingly side and in the center was'a star The Banner office is not forgottenin '
ryeraj Dr. Lawrence E. Scott Is at home that Adam was a negro, but if he move there on the 1st of January.Dr. formed of tiny red and white electric the general good cheer that prevails :
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\.', days ago. from Baltimore on a visit, to.his par ,dried' that a watermelon was the Doilge's relations with the lights. Christmas bells with small in the good old Christmas time. y

'i tr;% Kenneth McPherson of Mul- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. Scott.' fruit with which Eve tempted Adam church have been most pleasant to electric lights were used extensivelyin Early in the, morning of Christmas eve ,

:J} f1'Y has joined his wife at the tie will remain in Ocala for about six the story would have sounded more both pastor' and congregation. He the decorations and the result was the express wagon unloaded a box

: ome of her parents Mr. and Irs.J.It. weeks before returning to his hospital lausible.-Pensacola Journal. has been of vast benefit to the church as pretty a Christmas, entertainmentas of delicious oranges at our door the

Seymour, for ,the holidays. work in Maltimore.. and it is with the sinrerest regret has ever been seen in Ocala. gift of that grandlI.lu.ter'uf "good
\ Miss, Carrie Williams of Branfordr'rived that his congregation will part with Mr. Johnson, of the firm of John cheer," Mr. David S. Woodrow. They ,

11!? friends of Miss Sue AirdedN94'lympathizlnz It is .an ill wind that blows: no onegood. in Ocala Monday to spend him. He is a minister of deep piety son & Cromartie. of Reddick was In came from his grove at "Woodmar"and

with her in her Ill The drop In the weather was the winter with her sisters, Mrs. R. and extensive learning ,in the doctrines Ocala Thursday. This firm has the certainly were beauties. They
be well filled Christmas 'stocking L'Hall and Miss Mattie Williams.'he His sermons skilfull were rich in color large In size
; 'MiTtnd. trust-that she will soon as/a of the church. reputation being the most
\cbe out again. for the woodmen and they were kept many friends she made in this have! been models from every standPoint turpentine operators in the county smooth skinned and juicy. The force .j

X40 .- busy the live-long day answering the city last year are delighted that she and every Sunday during his and they have been quite successful.For sucked oranges all day in' honor of

peter1., C. Hooper and daughter, 01: telephone hurry calls for wood. is to be with us again this season. pastorate here they have ''attracted the donor, and sang- the praises of ,

h have been &;spending;'the sum- Mciver, who is attending large audiences. Not only the Presbyterians any of the ordinary diseases' of "Woodmar. ,
Geo. M. Lee and children will Miss Bettie Ray the skin Chamberlain's Salve is excellent .
the Mrs.
.-1 fall with relatives in but one in Bainbridge
Monday for Ocala and other the Presbyterian college at every: It not only allays the itch- Fine selection of gold bracelets y
t'1 have returned to Ocala and eave next will regret the doctor's departure.- but effects a cure.
L c. is spending her vacation ing and smarting Jeweler.
where they will spend the Rock Hill N. "all new." Weihe The x
at their home oANorth' Main. points at, home with her parents, Mr. Bainbridge. (Ga.,) Searchlight. For sale' by all druggists. m ...
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AGATHERIDAN SOCIETY. Mansions of Our Quick Rich Kings. COUNTY:'- DEMOCRATIC EXECU '>

," If Henry C. Frick has paid $%.100.- TIVE COMMITTEE. is 7 j

The Agatheridan Society held its !000 for the cltyjilock which containsthe :: ['(. j 1I
Lenox Library building he has Committee met pursuant to call at t :'
regular meeting Friday evening, December AFEWSUGGESTION Ii
acquired the most costly residential 11 o'clock i m., Thursday Dec 20, -
21, 1906.After'mlnutes. site in the United States if not in the -
1906 at the city council chamber.
of last meeting had world. Not thirty years have elapsed S "
Meeting called to order by Chairman .
been read the following interesting since the completion of the handsome .

r Christmas program was rendered: structure which James Lenox John M. Graham. ;: HOLIDAYS .

Essay What Christmas Should I(I designed with reasonable expectationsto Answering to roll call were the fol- 'f t.

Mean-Jessllu Martin. be his monument to posterity. Now, lowing: -

Recitation-The Misletoe. less than a generation later, it is *"l. Ocala-John M. Graham. ,r-

Recitation-The' Misletoe... ... --Helen snuffed out to give place to the man. 2. Reddick-E. D. Rou. s
Brown. : sion of a man whose fortune was then 4. Coton Plant-J, L. B. Hudgens. --

Recitation-Chrisamts' Stockings. lying in the bowels of the earth. Is 6. Camp Izzard-\\". L. Jordan. : 'j iitii

f Hope Robinson. there any romance of steel ingots 7. Shady Grove-J. M. Douglss. 'jt I
Oration-Good Wilt'to Mea-Maggie more interesting 11. Grahamville-W. T. Henderson! -

Nixon. The bonanza kings built their palaces 16. Citra-W. J. Crosby.

Recitation-It Takes a Man to Be on Nob Hill and made San Francisco 17. Anthony-W. T.,.Forbes. f J

Brave.-Elsie HalL a world's show-place. Pork and 18. Martin-F. M. Townsend. GENTLEMEN'S GOLD WATCHES. PLAIN GOLD RINGS Mi I
Declamation-Visions of Christmas. wheat kings have reared pretentious 24. Dunnellon-Dr. Wm. Griffith. pas
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-:Earl Lytle.EssayThe. homes on Lake Shore Drive in Chi 28. Levon-C. E. Lucius. PHO'NOGRAPHS. PHONOGRAPHS.LADIES' .
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"; First Christmas .-Belle cago. Railroad and real estate and 29. Kendrick-W. E. NiL i M

z.S Hodge. brewery fortunes have given distinction 30. Martel-D. A. Clark. t DIAMOND RINGS. Ii I

} Recitation-In Late December.- to New York's house architecure.But The chair stated the business of the i GOLD WATCHES. i 1 i bomT

Bessie Bitting. it has remained for the steel and meeting was for selecting amemberof PHONOGRAPHS.FOUNTAIN :

Recitation-Christmas Carol.Ir- copper kings to attempt the highest the county commissioners for district PHONOGRAPHS. E mod

ma Dewey. flights of architectual ambition. Mr. No.1. of Marion county, made HAND BAGS AND PURSES.PHONOGRAPHS. PENS.PHONOGRAPHS. M
Declamation Wilbur Cleveland. Carnegie's Italian palazzo, Mr vacant by failure of W J. Chambers .pel!

ToastS-Christmas Giving.-Lawrence Schwab's French chateau and Senaor commissioner-elect to qualify also : faint
Price. Clark's museum of architecture the election of a member of the state i
The Universal Observance of the mark successive stages in the rivalry.To executive committee in place of W. CUT GLASS WARE. )1&mo
WATCH CHAINS AND FOBS.
Day.-Brantley Weathers. these Mr Frick is now expectedto K. Zewadski, removed and any other ,

SS; Paper by the Editor add something that will overtop all business as might come before it. EVERYTHING PHONOGRAPHS.HANDPAINTED nest
Critic's Report.As else in magnificence as the site he Mr. Crosby was called to the chair PHONOGRAPHS. IN THE -

this was the last meeting before has chosen exceeds the others in and Mr. Graham moved the matter of LINE OF CHINA.JEWELRY. M
:; Christmas the president, read the costliness. What will it be-a Blen- recommending a county commissionerbe CHILDRENS' NECKLACES. Jasj

%- story of the birth of the Christ-child helm a Trianon or a Doge's palace taken up, that nominations be PHONOGRAPHS.BOLDHEADED 'r Oca

f as given by Luke, to remind us that The public will look to him o see the made from the floor and that votingbe PHONOGRAPHS. ... .

we should be happy not only becauseof last word in ostentation.World.The by ballot seconded and carried.Mr. .. CANES '' M!
GOLD LOCKETS': rr,
vacation but because Christmas
5' a Graham presented petition of vot-
,celebrates the birthday of our Savior. New York World 7'hricea-Week ers of precinct No. 1, requesting that PHONOGRAPHS. Jill# i
Lt each made excell- PHONOGRAPHS.
The teachers an Edition. Mr. John L. Edwards the present in- v
ent talk and Mr. Bittinger who is al-
The Thrice-a-Week World now cumbent be renominated and nomi- GOLD HEADED UMBRELLAS ; mawa''
ways a welcome visitor at our meet- that a great presidential campaign is nated Mr. Edwards which was sec- GOLD BROOCHES. J .,

ings, also gave us a very interesting foreshadowed hopes to be a better onded by Dr. Griffith. -

talk.There paper than it has ever been before Mr. Martin recommended Mr. E. C. PHONOGRAPHS. :', PHONOGRAPHS. v1t 1
further business the .,
being no
and it has made its arrangements ac McLeod seconded by Mr. Nix.
adjourned to meet Jan 11 PEARL-HANDLED UMBRELLAS
society BRACELETS.
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cordingly. Its news service covers Chairman appointed Mr. Rou and I ita.
1906.> \
the entire globe and it reports every- Mr. Hudgens tellers. Ballot was then 1 i ,
MAGGIE GOLD-HANDLED UMBRELLAS IiI
LYTLE 'taken chair announced the PHONOGRAPHS.
thing fully promptly and accurately. and the

.:, Secretary. It is the only newspaper, not a daily ballot. Seven votes for Mr.. Edwardsand J : '
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The Presbyterian Entertainment. which is as good as a daily, and which six votes for Mr. McLeod.Dr. 1 ,.1,
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L The members of the Presbyterian will keep you as fully informed of Griffitn moved to make Mr. Ed

Sunday school were given their annual what is happeneng throughout the wards' recommendation unanimous t
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treat at the armory Saturday night.! world. seconded by Mr. Hudgens and car nt:

"S Instead of the regular Christmas. tree The Thrice-a-Week World is fair in ried. Mr. Nix and :Mr. Townsend vot- SS :: Iii
:', this year the children were given its political reports. You can get ing against Mr. Graham moved that .5 PRICES

free reign to do as they pleased in the truth from its columns whetheryou the name of John L. Edwards be certified g .

the hall and all kinds'of merry games are a republican or a democrat _to Governor Broward as the Ch:
and that is what you want. choice of the committee for appointment 3 : r. .1 i if14
were enjoyed. Oranges, bags of can.'
dy and suitable gifts were distributed. A special feature of the Thrice-a-i I for the ensuing term for county ARE RIGHT r .'

by Santa Claus until his illness came. Week World has always been its serial commissioner for district No. 1. ,.

r upon him and after this some of the: fiction. It publishes novels by the Seconded and carried.Mr. "!,
:,, ladies present finished giving ,out the; best authors in the world, novels Graham again took chair. r.Se'

gifts.Miss which in book form sell for $1.50 Matter of electing state committeeman At A. E. BURNETT' Mr:
standard in this
Sara McCreery, Mrs. G. S. apiece and its high was taken up. ,
Scott, Mrs. A. Y. Strunk and quite a resp'ectill be maintained in the future Mr.. Clark nominated Mr. Wm. Griffith 1 J

number of the older members of the as in the past. of Dunnellon. Seconded.Dr. '> vcrPOI
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church were present and helped to i The Thrice-a-Week World's regular Griffith was unanimously elected --. _. . .
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give the litle : subscription price is only .$1.00 per "V''f
ones. a most memorable, by a rising vote. ; wit
evenIng-the' only thing to' mar the year and this pays for 156 papers. We The place of secretary of committee pta

entertainment Mr. Blake's sud-; offer this unequaled newspaper and being vacant Mr. Hudgens nominated -older civilizations than ours-are W. A. KNIGHT. L E. iI:

den illness. the Ocala Daily Banner together for Mr. H. D. Palmer whose nomination yellow. The Egyptians Assyrians ,

J_ $1.65. or the World and Daily Banner was seconded and carried. and Ethiopians were black or brown. 'If'Y

a Stricken with Paralysis. for $3,00 if paid in advance. \ There being no further business the The weight of scientific evidencegoes !\
: Saturday night while impersonating: meeting adjourned. to show that Adam and Ere were ANNOUNCEMENT.'f Jh i Ira:\

Santa Claus at the Presbyterian Sparing the Rod. Secretry. coloredDr.. Pritchard, ,the greatest ,
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_ church entertainment at the Armory, In the Delancy school advanced ethnologist who ever lived says he is We have just purchased the W-agoa and Harness business i cf)[ ; '

Mr Robert Blake suffered a'slight! ideas are put into practice says the Death of Mrs. Burgess. convinced of the truth of this=. S. A. Standley & Company, and prupose to at:l-to the stock of goods e 3'{ Jt1g
stroke paralysis.. Youth's Companion. No pupil is ever Mrs. J. T. Burgess whose illness The pastor-said that the black man thing that Is needful to mako it aCQMPLETE LINE In every 'yj Ir. "
He was overcome by the heat of his. punished in any way, for the in- was chronicled in this paper last Wed- was held in higher esteem in ancient the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on tEe f r- ,;,
robes wig whiskers etc. but for the dividuality of every child is considered nesday, died at her home at Blitch- times than he is today. He said that ket; also several makes of Buggies. Betides these we handle a 8 *9*. tin

timely help of several of his assistants too sacred for repression.One ton early Thursday morning.Mrs. the monuments of the east pictured riety of vehicles either of which we stand: ready to fully guannies-JL .

who rushed to his rescue would day soon after the enrollmentat Burgess was stricken with ap- many black heroes. Fourteen of the Grade i i I
: have fallen to the floor. he Delancey little Mollie arrived poplcxy her death resulting there Pharaohs were negrOf .' Philadelphia High Buggies, Serviceable Carriage,t: :: f-i

Mr. Anderson and Mr. Scott who home from school, her face streaked from. She was a splendid woman Public Ledger. Unexcelled Wagons, Harness, ) TiSi

fortunately were present. helped Mr. with tears and her mouth covered with and has many friends who will sin J Lap Robes, Etc., Etc. It ;< B"

Blake into a carriage and carried him blood. cerely mourn her loss. :
to his home. Later In "My precious what has happen '" .. Torture of a Preacher.The '
the evening it. This paper extends its sympthy to Turpentine Wagons a Specialty. (t ,
.asked her mother. story of the torture of Rev. D. :
was reported that Mr.. Blake was the relatives of the deceased.Mr. ._ rrgi'
resting comfortably. This deplora- The little girl was soon pouring out 0. Moore, pastor of the Baptist We are Always In Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate Comp- : ;-
church, of Harpsville N. Y., will interest .: ;
occurence was greatly regretted and her story in her mothers arms. Johnnie Robert W. Bently formerly of
the many friends of Mr. Blake sincerely Farnham it appeared had struck Silver Springs Park and this city, you. He says: "I suffered agonies We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory fTtf rh

sympathize with him and wish ner and knocked out her teeth. but now holding an important position because of a persistent cough resulting pentine and Farm Wagon. PC

for him a speedy recovery. When Molly had been kissed; com- on the New York Herald was a visitorto I from the grip. I had to sleep. j '.
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} forted and washed her father wanted Ocala Friday. He is in Florida sitting up* in bed. I tried many rem .

,. 5; SF A Handsome Christmas Present. to know how the teacher had dealt on his usual winter vacation and he I edies without relief, until I took Dr. Knight & Langt 0d<

Mr. D. Speigner Anderson managerof with Johnnie. always makes it a point to visit his I King's New Discovery for consumption -

the Ocala Iron Works in this city "She didn't do anything" said Mol old home. He has many friends here coughs and colds which entirely (Successor Standlev and Co.) FfCl
::5-i was the recipinet of a very handsome ly. who are always glad to see him and cured my cough, and saved me ClB

I .5 Christmas present Saturday. "yell, what did she say?" they rejoice that he Is succeeding so from consumption.." A grand cure for
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The men of the establishment with ''she called Johnnie up to the desk well in the great metropolis.The diseased conditions of throat and i
lungs. At Tydings & Co., druggist Just ReceivedA
whom Mr. Anderson is very popular and said 'Johnnie don't you know ; t|
friends of Messrs. C. M. Brown, price 50 cents and $1.00 guaranteedTrial
him
gave a very handsome.gold watch that was very anti-social?
which was"presented to him at noon. I sr., C. M. Brown jr. and John Mc bottle free. m to

The gift is a very fine one and is Church, State and Women. Allister- will be glad to know that How greatly we appreciate the h;
thoroughly appreciated by Mr. Anderson they are doing a splendid business In SHIPMENT OF
:The Nevada Mission Congress, of "blessed rain" after three months of
,,who thanked the men very heartily the M. E. church held recently at Miami. They are conducting the very dry weather! But the drouth ftc
for their thoughtfulness. With La,, Cat oldest furniture business, in the "Magic -
>>eavillc passel a raol'itiou could not have come at a more con-
the watch was a beautiful fob the City" and the press of that city f'WhIi t" '
in favor of woman suffrage by a unanimous I venient time of the year. Everyonehas .
gift of Mr. George MacKay resident vote. Bishop Warren, of Colorado says they are succeeding finely._ They enjoyed the beautiful weather. UnderwearDO F
of the Ocala Iron Works. was in the chair. I are carrying a heavy stock and are St. Augustine Record. I
the business of that entire
really doing ""....... i pStri
Six millions of women in this country "In the great Empire State of the section. The trial of Sheriff Gordon for "as- ."**.++++++.*. ................MM+*I*

according to figures given by the greatest republic in history, the
pur- "
sault with intent to murder, which To darn
Technical World, are today engagedin est woman is still politically on alevel Capt. John L. Inglis president of was to have been tried Friday has to mend, to sew on buttons?
gainful occupations. In the open with the vilest criminal and the the Dunnellon Phosphate company If c
been YOU not
He postponed until Monday, January try at least one of.- .. OUR
labor market these women compete most driveling imbecile."-John L. was a visitor to Ocala Friday. 7, 1907. The case against Policeman
with workers; yet only in the four Sprago, in December Craftsman.One was on his way to Jacksonville to Homer Dean charged with LOVE It is' the most comfortable t
BACHELOR
states of Colorado, Idaho Utah and f spend. Christmas with his wife. Lateron ,
"mayhem, has been postponed until
Wycming are these women equippedwith of tns nrst suoscrlbers to respond Captain Inglis will go to Washington and at the same time the
January 2, 1907. SHIM'Best
the most effective weapon of to our appeal is Mr. D. C. Cut and go before the rivers and harbors (

; defense, so prized by the workingmanthe ler of West Acton Mass. In enclos- committee to plead for an appropriation That is a nice New Year's present 50-cent Shirt, and it does not cost a ::

ballot. ing his remittance, he says: "I do not for". the improvement of the Congressman Sparkman is trying to cent more. Try them for Comfort and Vlear. No but i1. i
feel like cutting off at present my only harbors at Port Inglis. The state- give Ocala-a government building to to come off or sew ..
on
As bad off as Florida is in the matter medium of hearing from friends at ment showing the increase in the import cost 100000. Ocala hopes that Santa .

of the scarcity of- cars the north Ocala. I hope the Banner will grow and export business at that portIs Claus will fill the congressman's STTh8. White Cat Underwear sold ]
5 west is much worse The byM.FISHEL
peopleare and really startling and must producea .
more more prosperous and that stocking with all maner of good things :'
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freebing for the want of coal its friends will rally to its support"Interstate favorable impression upon the memo 2t

caused by the car famine and farmers bers of the said committee. How Diptheria Is Contracted.One :

are compelled to burn their houses Commerce Commissioners ,often hears the expression, "My .
J to save themselves from freezing. It Lane and Harlan Adam
are at Minneapolis Says was a Negro. child caught cold
a severe which de The senate has
is not so bad as that in Florida. investigating the car shortage.The "Adam was probably a negro" said veloped into diptheria," when the lend a million dollars passed the bill toftre occurred at Madlson. The
inquiry will be extended to other- the Rev. Edward F, Randolph, in a In aid of the ?
) Mr.: Johnson, of the firm of John- truh was that the cold had simply left Jamestown Exposition.. mercantile stock of H. >t Nl=
parts ot the ;
,, country.. sermon at Trinity Methodist Episcopal the litttle .
son & Cromartie, of Reddick, was in church, Fifteenth and Mount Vernon one particularly susceptible former Ocala boy was df'str '*1

Ocala Thursday. This firm has the Mr. John Turnley, after a visit in streets last night. "The white When to the Chamberlain's wandering aiptheria Cough Remedy germ. The wages of thousands of cotton loss Was almost entirely cot j

reputation of being the most skilful Ocala with his daughter, Mrs. Colbert races are comparatively modem is given it quickly cures the cold and mill operatives in New England have insurance, ._ 1)
turpentuie operators in the county left Thursday afternoon for a I whereas the ancient people were col lessens the danger of dlptheria or been increased from 5 to 10 per cent --;

< x and they have been quite successful. visit Lo'anothet daughter at Martin. red. The Japanese and the ,Chinese any other For germ disease being con- \ bIg supply ot .eaUDC .tfj.i
traded. sale by all druggists.m Wednesday corks
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VOL. 41, NO. 26.M : : .

OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY., DECEMBER, 28 1906. ONE DOLLAB A YEAR '
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JISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS.
Lawrence
LocalEdijor. .Jackson returned yester. Governor Folk, of Missouri, acted as: SEABOARD TO SPEND 5000000. .
day from Ocala, where he has been Santa Claus .
Christmas night at Jefferson
S I I for the pastfew, days ia the Interest City, disguised as Santa Claus Orders for Great Amount of Rolling WASTING STRENGTH .
LOCAL AND of the
PERSONAL .
Singer sewing machine. Law. usually is. Two days before Christ- Stock are Authorized.

M Miss' Byrd rence is a hustler and is doing a big I mas he received a letter addressed to

: Wartmann spent Christ- business for his company..jajnesvjleSun. Santa Claus in his care from a' little Wilmington, N. C., Dec. 24.-It was
; [ at her home
pas
in, .Citra. ; announced today at Atlantic Coast Women who suffer from
.,. child in a distant city asking for the unnecessary, disagreeable -

; ; Mr. T. H. Wallis spent Christmas- at following things: a rubber ball, a I Line headquarter here that orders painful weakening female complaints will find that
Among the most beautiful of the would be placed for 100 locomotives ,
home with his wife and children. foot ball, a sled (red), a box of paints, ,
,: new calendars that we have seen this a drum, a jack-in-the-box and some 3,250 freight cars and 50 passengercars Wine of Cardui is a safe and pleasant remedy for all .

K.The cold spell was season are those that Ir.llen candy. The clerks in his office the appropriation for the equip-
considerably were
j looderated yesterday. Bridges is sending out. We extend to' surprised to see him go out with the ment being practically $5,000,000. Orders their ills. It acts directly upon all the delicate, inflamed

it him our thanks for one of these prettygifts. I letter, buy all the articles named and for twenty of these locomotiveshave tissues purifying the blood, throwing off the clogging
1 4 Mr. George F. Dittmer of I been for
;! Holder, express it to the little one. He wrote placed February delivery -

'jiJ family.-spent Christmas in Ocala with his For Sale-A lot of comparativelynew !a note accompanying the things, sign- and the others will be .put on a matter and relieving female disorders such as irregular,

'J" v, household ed himself Santa Clau and regretted rush basis. scanty profuse painful catamenia etc.
goods; 4 bed room The directors also have authorizedthe prolapse,
I 1 ': Mr. J. A. Hicks of sets; a dining the fact that he could not present I
Lynne. was room set; hall rack; .
them in purchase of 36,300 tons of 85- Also relieves headache, backache dizziness
j; among the visitors to Ocala on Wed- sideboard; bookcase; fine Vienna par person. ,
pound steel rails, contracts for which
J'i nesday. lor suite. Will sell cheap for Christmas day in Ocala was certainly I dragging pains
I sold at cash It a cold one-the coldest in many :were placed. immediately, deliveriesto cramps, nervousness, irritability, etc.
once. Apply to
: Mr. Morris Smith has returned to Bostcn Store, Ocala.M. 1 Handelsman -7-tf::! -!,years. I begin in January and extend to July If you need advice,. write us a letter, telling us all '
1 This will add 300 miles to the 200 .
Jasper after spending Christmas in j Smith-Beck. miles of new rails laid in the last your symptoms. We will send free advice (in plain j
with his )Ir. j. H.H
Ocala father Dr. D. M. Smith. Workman, Miss NellieStevens ,
jI and Miss Susie Fort. of the Rev. C. C. Carroll, of this city, was year. sealed envelope). Address : Ladies' Advisory Dept.,

,', Mr. Louis Lang, of this city. was Ocala Public school, have I called tc Martel Wednesday to perform It is also announced that en Jan.
gone to St.
registered at he. Aragan hotel in Augustine to attend the annual meeting a marriage ceremony, the con- 1, five operating districts will be added The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. -

'Jacksonville Chri3tmas. of the Florida Educational Asso- j trading parties being Mr: James M. making seventeen in all, the object ,

ciation. ( Smith and Miss Irene Beck. being to reduce the size of the .
-, I: Mr Purdy Richardson, of Board- able:Mr. Workman will read avery |I Mr. Smith is a prosperous farmer districts in order to get the maximum ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT El 51.00 BOTH : -
paper before this distinguished -
;.'...ian, spent Christmas. in Ocala. He body. :living Wacahoota and belongs to a iof efficiency in operation.

. was a guest at the Montezuma hotel. prominent and influential family. The -_ _

1: ."?Mr. Joe DeHay Wilmington, N. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Harris, cf Fitz- j!t bride ladies is of one that of section the charming and is popular young I A Cranberries company is Used being for formed Coloring.in New "I WROTE YOUVINE'\ I i r I i .

gerald, Ga., are visiting Mr. .
; C, spent Christmas with friends inOa. and Mrs. i i with all who know her. The marriage York for the purpose of prodircing a for advice and by following It ani 3 .

,. .- i A. T. Swam and family during the ceremony was performed at noon good coloring which will be made by a were taking cureJ.Cardui"-, my Mrs.Ferule R. S.! Wallace Troubles rt f1 A ;

I holidays. Mrs. Harris is a sister of :after which a big dinner was enjoyed. decoction from cranberry juice. The Lavaca.Ala.! J12 Or ) t; f! ..
i Miss Rockett, of North Carolina, ai i Mrs. Swartz. Mr. Harris is cashier of I largest dealers in cranberries in the : ;
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niece: of Mr. Joseph Shuford, is in the First National bank cf Fitzgerald. i Rev. C. C. Carroll Given Handsome .United States are interested in the proI '

r :tte city to spend the winter with ---- { Watch. I ject and growers in Cape Cod, the
Mr. Asher Frank -.vas Quite badly Three hundred and sixty 'ANOTHER
Jlr; and Mrs. Shuford. j square [ RICHMOND IN THE
hurt j Among; the Christmas offerings atl(home of the industry, are joining. I
on Christmas day. He attempted miles of sheltered anchorage in. the FIELD.
$ 1 the Baptist Christmas tree Tuesday i The feature which is expected toprove
I
,, $50-), OOOOO will be represented by to board' moving train at Starke,.|I waters of Hampton Roads. -
night handsome practical, is the direct outcomeof
was
I a gold watch
t navies of the world that 'are to participate missed his footing and'fell braising j Another Pensacolian Hon. J. Ed '
i I given to the pastor, Rev. Charles, v_. the exclusion from use in foodprodu.ts :350,000 square feet of exhibit
in the naval pageantry. and cutting his face and body quite; sp.ceis :: O'Brien is being mentioned prominent -
badly. He came hoivo yesterday after-1: i Carroll by his congregation, by whom of analine or other mineral in each of the palaces that are
'he dyes under the provisions of the ly as a probable candidate for -
I Mr. a.ndIrs.. Ernest Lyles spent noon to recuperate. is vory much loved. The watch to house the industrial display. governor -

(fhristmas with relatives in Ocala and I was presented to Mr. Carroll by Mr. 'I National Pure Fcod Law which will 1 f of Florida in the next election

i \V. D. Cam I come into effect on the first day in The Seaboard, also has. voted J
superintendent of the and number
returned to their home in Gainesville Every merchant in Ocala reports a of papers of the state .
I, Wednesday. that they did the biggest business I board of public instruction: for this I the new year. $:;,000,000 for equipment and it comes have given him verycomplimentary

county and superintendent of the Sunday !I The rich, deep tint of color pro- in the nature of a Christmas gift
't this year that they have ever done in i notices, but whether or not the move .

;. Miss Ruth Giles has returned to her any previous yrar. The Christmas i school and was given as a slight I perties in this fruit make it highly. I to bring him before the people of the

home In Jacksonville, after a visit of seasor. was cc-rtainly a record breaker: j i I token of their appreciation of Mr. Car-I probably of success.Experiments S '.The Gainesville Sun says that the state will have his sanction is a question 3

several days In Ocala with her sister, and everybody is thoroughly happy j; roll's sterling qualities. have been conductedin cold weather did immense damage which cannot yet be determined ,

Mrs. Sam McAteer. and satisfied. 'j Mr. Carroll is a most popular pastor secret but it is safe to state that especially lettuce. owing to the fact that he is now In

'{ I and the longer he remains the stronger they have been highly successful. Washington. Capt. O'Brien Is president -

lTudgeV.. S. Bullock has ordered a I The Teapot, the 0. K. and Masters I' grows his popularity with his congregation There is no doubt that the project The Jamestown Exposition, grounds I of the National Bar Pilots Association

jery fine touring car for use at the 'grocery stores true to their annual and with the people of.the will create a greatly stimulated pro- cpntains 400 acres of land and has and in this capacity has been 1

Popular resort, Wekiwa Springs. He customs did not forget their patrons I city generally. duction of the.fruit more than two miles of water. front. I compelled to remain in Washington i
will also it to travel between that
use this Christmas. The latter distributed during the session of Congress in the I
>place> and Ocala. More than usual interest is now being -: The Jews of New York protested
11. ;... : boxes of candy, the former pretty A Beautiful Dinner Party. manifested among scientists to against the Christmas exercises in interest of the pilots whom he repre- .
i Ion bon dishes and the O. K. attrac- sents, owing to the Llttlefield' antl-
L: Mrs. Sage of Lakeland, is visiting discover the antiquity of man. Prehistoric the public schools. .
I j r live pictures. Miss Alta Pearson entertained at a I pilotage bill and other measures whlcfc -
her rinIaw.Ir.. and
.son and daught skulls found in .
These gifts were very much appreciated beautiful dinner party last night at I recently would be detrimental the
Mrs. Charles K. Sage:, for tue holi Alaska are creating much interest and The oldest and largest hotel at Bay very to interests
.: and has added another laurelto the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j V'ty: Mich., was destroyed by fire of the pilots all over- the Unit
days. jit is stated that man inhabited this
.; _ _ those already won by those bust JohnV. Pearson. I Sunday. ed States. lie has been a prominent -
:;' Mr. M.RUbifl'hohas- bependthe -4. ling and up to date grocers. :Miss: Pearson is a student at Brenau I continent perhaps many ages anterior factor howe-ver In Florida polities -4

i at Gainesville, Ga. and .is to the time of Moses. The Academy There will be no session.of
,
i several week" in New spending congress for a number of years, and represented -
I ns ik city past and Philadelphia, has re The Marion county friends of !.Ir. the holidays at, home. She is one of I of Science at Berlin will early in this .week owing to the adjournment Escanbia: county In the state agnate .

greatly F. J. O'Hara will be glad to know thai ; Liie most popular members of "the January next send a party of esy'or-! over the holidays.The 'for one term. It would not be surprising
home and feels
fY very the. I erg to the island of Java tp the
acquitted in resume
ho was promptly ; younger set and her parties are always were he to enter the gubernatorial .
States court in Jacksonville! of i i search for the "missing link" connecting -
United greatly enjoyed. I Salvation. Army in Atlanta distributed -i race, and he would prove an -

f Dr, and Mrs. R. D. Sistrunk ands the charge of peonage. The jury was The dining room was lovely in its I man with his animal ancestors. 1,250 Christmas dinners and I' important factor. Should he do so

fUtile s girl. of Dado City were in Ocala I out only twenty minutes. Alljthe evidence Christmas decorations: of led and -- brought good cheer to 1,250 homes. there would be two candidates for -

i:1 Tuesday morning on their way to went to show that Mr. O'Hara green and was very bright and festive There Women Vote. gubernatorial honors from this coMjity

t Berlin to spend a few days with Dr. treated the immigrants employed by j looking. In New Zealand, parliamentary elections The creditors of Count Boni who provided Hon. T. Albert Jennings,

.\: Sistrunk's relatives.! him with great consideration and I Covers wen? laid for twelve and the are held triennially. tile wo- are to not be paid with' the Gould millions who has long been mentioned finally

.. t men's vote has also agree that marriage is a
& -. .u ii r kindness. I places marked by pretty little cards. steadily grown ever decides to become a candidate. The -

;i ; On account of the cold weather the I The guests !included Misses Leta since they were given the ballot In failure. ___ I latter is well known 'liked and admired .

ii 'Christmas" tree that was have been Dr. J. H. Pittman, of Jacksonville, ]I I Camp, :Mary BarfordI: Lucile Standley, 1893, 90290 women voted; in 1S3C Mayor Woodward, of Atlanta, closed and having resided in the state -

:gIven last night for the members ofthe expected to spend Christmas day in I Edna Williams, of Louisana, Bessie 103,783; in 1899, 119,550, and in 1902, the barrooms of that city on for a long period Is considered one -
Sunday school was post- Ocala with his family, who are the Porter and Messrs. Ralph Robinson. 138, 565.Another. I
Episcopal
Christmas day, for the preservation of ,of the strong men politically now In
his Mr. and Mrs. J. .
guests of parents
:paned. Louis Chazal. Rotert Anderson, Frank the public good. the limelight. He has never intimated
A. Pittman. He left Jacksonville on Harris James and Home Destroyed by Fire. '
jr., Taylor Ensign however that he is grooming hIm-
i Among the Christmas shoppers in the A. C. L.' Monday night at ten Robert Burford. The early home of Susan B. Anthonyat After winning that Nobel Peace ing himself for the contest, but many : -

'Ocala was Mr. W. E. Brad, -of Hil- o'clock, reaching Ocala Christmas In the center of the table was a Adams, Mass., has been destroyedby prize: President Roosevelt is more are of the belief that his future actions .:
,i who. Is with the Santa night after supper. He returned to fire. Part of the house
"'" dredth. Fla., miniature Christmas tree gaily decorated was built convinced than ever that peace hath will be governed largely upon

{i'l f}:> Lumber company. Among his other Jacksonville on the afternoon train, and extending from the tree to by Miss Anthony's grandfather more victories for more renowned than those who make public announcementof

|.piristmas purchases was the Ocala which left here some time during the each plate was a ribbon. On pulling than 100 years ago. It was the property those of war. their candidacy.-Pensacola Corre-

-J"' !IBinner for the ensuing year. night. these each guest found at the other of Albert Dickensen, of Chicago, spondent.- Times-Union.-

end an appropriate gift with amusingand and :Mrs. Hannah D. Boyles, of Lake The grand piers, built by the Unit- \

1 1t If Mr and Mrs Hoover, of Starke, are Mr. Hood Hudson Married. clever verses attached, which Geneva, Wis., cousins of Miss An- ed States government will enclose a I THE CHINESE FAMINE.

Tfte f guests of Mrs. Hoover's brother The Ocala friends of Mr. Hood Hudson were read with much merriment. thony, who bought it because of its water basin, containing forty acres I

,;:< .'$-. J. E. Chace. Mrs. Hoover was have received card3 announcihis c Delightful dinner was served in Ii I historic value. of Hampton Roads. I The president makes an appeal for

ifermerly Miss Etta Chace. this being marriage, 'hich occurred in Wash- courses and the young people who i I the famine sufferers. of China. Thro'-

{W first visit to Ocala since her marJftge. ington City on Monday, the tyenty-I were present enjoyed together- an evening To the Trustees of- 20,000,000 people live within a radius out a district of forty thousand square
I Anthony Baptist Church: of twelve hours ride from the
Her friends will be very glad sixth of November, the bride being of most unmingled pleasure. Gentlemen- miles in extent he says and inhabited -
grounds of the Jamestown Exposi-
see her again., Miss Regina Probey. We take the liberty of telling you tion, by fifteen million of people, floods -
Tallahassee.la. Ocala was the boyhood home of Mr. Death of Mr. A. O. Farris. I that every church will be given a have destroyed the crops aad there .
.
j' Miss Clem Hampton of ,Hudson and some years ago he went liberal quantity oof L. & *T. Paint Twenty-five of the statues of the are millions of people on the brink: of

11 ., known to the N. E. A. all" over to Cuba, where he lived for several The friends in this city of Mr. A. I whenever they paint union will be represented by "individ starvation and thousands who are -

the country as "Little Florida, is theRest returning to the States. O. Farris will be pained to learn of 4 gallons L. & M. mixed with 3 homeless. .
years later ual buildings, most of the others will
. of Mrs. Frank P. Gale, on Cur. I I his death, which occurred at the homeof gallons linseed oil will paint a mod- Our
people he have
erate sized oI1se. have exhibits in the States Exhibit says often Under
treet.-Atlanta Journal. formerly of Cotton his son. Judge Ion L. Farris, in
Ross similar conditions Tfl
of distress in
If Mr., George Actual cost of. L. & M. about $1.20 Palace.
in Jacksonville, at an early hour Monday -
H. E.lein Plant now of Dunedin, was per gallon. other countries, responded generously -
iMrs. F. K. DeVane. Mrs. .
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of Tame Ocala Wednesday. He was just up morning.Mr. L. & M. Zinc hardens L. & M. Mr. Jo.eph: Smith of Utah admits to such appeals; Amid our abounding -

and Mrs. H. Weimer.children arette from Dunedin ,and said that the thermometer Farris was a native of South White Lead and makes the paint that he has forty-three children all prosperity and in this holiday sea -
H accompanied by their Christmas Carolina and though but a youth wear like iron.
Ii Leavengood.i registered 22 there on par- fear that the Smiths might vanish son of good will to man, ,assuredly we
mills in the world L.
V. Largest
guests of Mrs. P. a soldier in the civil use
itwas ticipated as war.
same that should do our part to aid the unfortu.
i morning-the & M. from the directories has been dispell
:f., |Mr.. of Jacksonville, here. The orange growers, of whom He came to Florida moie than twenty Arnold Print Works, North Adams, ed. ute and relieve the distressed among
Charles Moore
, II with hint were kept busy firing their years ago and reared a large family. Mass., use nearly 17,000 gallons L. the people of China to whom we have .
, nt.Christmas day in Ocala he is one He industrious & M. Paint made with 10,000 gallonsL.
raising the Ms ,city. was an
been allied for In
succeeded in The gubernatorial crop of candi- so many years
Moore, and
Rev and Mrs. L. W. groves until about to & M. 7,000 pure linseed oil.
and he citizen years ago
degrees dates continues to multiply notwith- friendship and kindness.
!ho leave today for their new home temperature several Sold by SIcIver & MacKay Ocala,
believes the fruit was all saved. when he was stricken with paralysisand Fla. standing the cold weather. More than Congress Is to be asked to give authority -

!.t'Tampa.. : has been alsomt helpless since twenty names are now embraced 'In for the use of' American -

Mente and child- Claus was the busiest man on that time. He was a member of the Furious Fighting."For the list and Marion and other counties transport vesels to carry flour and

Mt i and Mrs. Otto down Wed- Santa night. The presents he Methodist church and was a good seven years," writes G. W. are yet to be heard from. other {food stuffs to the Chinese and 1 :
tot Jacksonville, came
". and are the guests distributed in all parts of the coun- man.About Hoffman, of Harper Wash., "I. had the president recommend that contributions :

al afternoon and Mrs. greater than in any previous a month ago he went up to a bitter battle with chronic stomach R. L. Martin room 9 Merchants' .be sent to the National"Red
r. Mr.
.Mente's. parents try were Ocala was only an ,index of make his home with his son Judge anI liver troubles, but at last I won block, has 3,000 acres timber landat Cross headquarters either through :

,Yonge. year. happened In every other city. Farris and his death occurred in and cured iny disease by the use of Lake Weir on railroad; 1,000 acres local Red Cross treasurers, or through :- .

_and children, what hamlet throughout the that city the funeral being held on Electric Bitters. I unhesitatingly of round timber: and 2,000 acres boxed the federal department of 'state.
.?' R. F. Hymn town and recommend them to all and don't in-
!- rit Christmas in Ocala. have The New York Phi ladeiphia. Christmas day. tend In the future to be without themIn will cut ten crops and J.000,000 feet.
; pe country. Farris leaves a wife who is" Five hundred .of the sei n*
leading
e4 Augustine. WhileS Washington papers Mr. the house. They are certainly a Will sell or lease. 12-27-2t -
to St. the Mon- Boston, Baltimore clUes throughout now the proprietress of a hotel at In- wonderful medicine to have cured tists of America are ,expected to attend -
at the
'tbey were guests and those in all Santa gus another son Mr.. James FarriS. such a bad case as mine." Sold under Firemen on the Southern Pacific rail- the annual meeting of the American .

; (hotel. the country say th-at this year Never bE'- of this city, and a numer of other guarantee to do-the same for you by road went on a' strike Involving .the Association'for the Advancementof T
recor& & Co.. druggist at 50 cents .
: the TydIngs
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broke lines in Louisiana and-Texas. Freight. which will,ba held'at '
Columbia
Jonvllle Claus was children among whom are Misses Lillian them today, m I ; -
country bottle. Try I
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history
"lYi Ocala Wednes- fore in the bountiful with his Ruby and Leila Farris who Is being transferred by ,a roundabout university, New York city be- : I

.aeverat.. hours.1n a visit' toy be so lavish and palace.and have the sympathy of their friends In Best selection of watches "all new." way Into New Orleans over several. 11 ginning on Thursday and continuing ,

bi I. way tome from of rela- gifts. He visited every their bereavement Welhe. The. Jeweler. x railroads. for one week. -u --:-:.
who are the guest hut was overlooked.
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** p4:: Tj :_ There may be folks who think that James After_ Special correspondence Ocala Banner. .t i
; :Miss Bettie :McCarley reached home
'
.. they got busy Saturday niht from Tillahaesee, g.
Will condescend on .New Year's Day, py and i.i.I
: Is "baby thin weak fretful ?
; < the where she Is attending school to spend your ,
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many
To give me Just some trifling thing
4 the holidays with home folks.
Which joy unto my heart shall bring, Christmas
F. G. Sampson finished clipping his
; Some little trinket, and so here Mr.. '
oranges Saturday, 22. He shut down /) Make him a Scott's Emulsion
:- Are some things I can use this year: Wed esda
his packing house from Saturday to *
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p-: :: 'A half dozen age was this morning and will complete bis baby.
Suits of, clothes could he i
I ; [
S '. fire packing in a few days.
; Some swell cravats
_. All vegetables! in this section have 4a )
:, And silken hose; Scoffs Emulsion is Cod Liver Oil
been killed by the recent severe cold
Griner *
'l A hat or two .
weather and truckers are feeling t:
very
A diamond pin, surprise \ 8 and Hypophosphites prepared so that it U j
S blue indeed.Mr. .
Jones and
I
: A (pocketbook With cash ,within,) the ,holy J. P. Richardson has been spending i .0. easily digested by little folks. f

J. S. several days in Ocala during the o
A ,watch and chain,
visiting his sister, Mrs. Bouvier -
holidays
A large
Some nobby shoes, .
returning home Thursday.Miss g the that
And things like that tives Consequently baby is fed ono
Lemmie Hester and brother
Miss
fl I'd not refuse, fairest Ramie who attend school in Kentucky Scoffs Emulsion is a sturdy, rosy-
I'd also like
and spending the holidays at home visiting 3
An auto grand is a 8 cheeked little fellow full of health and : i
I Fla. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. vigor.i.
that will son
E: One zipp-
i B. Hester.
To beat the band; May 4

; I' S. A house and lot their Mr. J. S. Richardson of Evinston, .

: like oh is spending a few days with his niece, cQC ALL DRUGGISTS SOc. AND '
I'd and : SI.OO. 4
Mrs. J. A. Bouvler at Ocala.
: A railroad pass .
i Miss G. Smith of Ocala ?
Its nice, you know. spent a OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOt ;
few days with the Misses Norsworthylast
.I'd like an overcoat,
Special .
week.
: Of fur -

S A pass on\every- tal Mr. J. Dr. G. S. Means and wife rode Marriage at Oak. HUMAN MASTERY OVER AIR KNOW ?

Theater through the country to spend Christ- Special correspondence Ocala Banner. BEEN ACHIEVED, -
;
SAVij
An order on winter was with Mrs. Means' mother and Last Sunday evening at seven FRENCH ARMY .

.. A candy store, friend, Mr. sisters. o'clock Mr. Colson Weeks and Miss

A cottage down Mr. Miss Forest, of Atlanta* Ga., is Mattie Jones were unied in the holy I Declares in Long Statement That 4 i'

At the'seashore; taking a spending the holidays with Miss Myrtle bonds of matrimony, Rev. Graham, of Craft Will Be As Common As '

An tnsitlc tip versity, is Baldwin. Anthony, officiating. An Automobile. f

-. On real estate; his parents.Miss The McIntosh high school gave a The bride wore a lovely dress of Paris, Dec. 24.-So confident is ih1 '

S (It seems to me nice Christmas entertainment last white silk with veil and gloves to French government that the day,& i

: That f would be great.) Brenau Friday eveningT which was a creditto match. The groom looked handsomein only a short distance off when aerial I

1! A trip to Europe spend the the scholars and teachers. black. I locomotion will be practical, that jeii

; i For a year.Exppnses friends. Miss Ruby Thomas, who teaches in The house was beautifully decorated II I ieral commissions are actually at f<

j ( paid) ed Miss from the Tampa high school, is spendingthe with magnolia and long, graceful I work elaborating plans for meeting in

I Could be used here; nolidays with her parents. English ivy vines. various branches of public service

., (: A private yacht been The school teachers who will attend The contracting parties stood underan the solution of the many new problems :

.. I I The the St. arch formed of which the ret'oJutionin
; ;: A palace car- Augustine association pampas plumes I en

I ;.,' Oh. I'm notParticular. tion Prof.to F.the from this place are the Misses McRae, with a gilded horseshoe suspended :I tail.

i I Taylor, Farrel Thomas and Griffin. over their heads which we wish will ;j Captain Forber, of the French arm

f.': Jusl send me any teachers' bring them all the good luck it con I who is devoting all his time to aero
this week.
::- Trfling thing Reflections of a Bachelor. tains in the lore of legandry. statistics and who conducted the n
Mrs. G. I
1 You think that joy The ceremony was witnessed by a I i gotiations on behalf of his gorernmen j
Mrs. Eston Lots of the
; To me will bring. money men marry is large number of friends and well i with the Wright brothers, agree! !,,

'I could enumerate a list Valdosta I I counterfeit. wishers. I with Santos Dumcnt that flying ml
'- ents, Judge A man's
;; Much longer, but I ,will desist; I good judgment usualy Mr. and Mrs. Marion Courtney of I chines in a few years will be as coa'
The shows the day after.
For these few things I'm sure will be | up Palmetto, Mr. and Mrs. John Loom mon as autos are today. In the BSD
school are Some men make a of
Gifts quite acceptable to me. specialty posing and Miss Vernie Robinson, of Mt Ver- war, he is convinced, there will I te
gram for as horrible
: -E. A. Brininstool, N. Y. Times. examples. non, Ill.. Mr. Herbert Weeks, a brother battles of flotillas of airships.
tt
songs, Most people would fall short if t
of the groom from Jacksonville anda "Human mastery over the airl t
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4'k \ "Christmas measured by the golden rule.
;. host of friends and relatives of eaid he, "is virtually achieved. NOM
CHRISTMAS AT GRINER FARM. Mr. B. When words fail in
a woman
an ar
I Ii II I Oak, Griner Farm and Anthony, were of the startling achievements of tw
sassa gument, she resorts to tears. I
: Special correspendence Ocala Banner: I i among the number who witnessed the past neither steam, electricity ECS
a few days I When a mother gives a child a I [
-. ,... The weather has been very cold but happy event. the telegraph can compare with wha. !
sponge bath she uses a washrag.
only to the delight of the young folks. The bride is a daughter of Mr. Hul the future now has in store for
Some lawyers have the knack of
Mr. and Mrs. John Koons and daughter lum Jones, a prosperous farmer and Not only will_ the life of Individ

Miss Vernie,of Illinois are spending converting poor advice into good coin. truck grower of Oak. be revolutionized, but governmi ,
.
Special Men wish that they didn't have
S the holidays with Mrs. Koon's any The groom is a _highly respected wit be compelled to devise in aImed
The rain 9'j harder times than boys think they (
S brother ,Mr. Hullum Jones. member of an old and respected family every deparment new methods to me
welcome having.-Chicago News.
/ Mr. Henry Chalker of Oca1! spent of Bradford county. the changed conditions. ':I t
Mr. J. S, I
the holidays with his parents at this Eddy and Prevent Headache. After the ceremony cake was served "This change will come with ama| t

place.. Ko-aids and the company entertained with music ing suddenness and France is taking
Bordon I, Force them? them. Ra
Miss Charlote Leitner spent Christmas by Mr. and Mrs. Weeks. the precaution to meet it. In the cu l
and treatment of Liver Pills and
day in Ocala with friends. Their friends all join in wishingMr. toms service, the present method 3(|
4 sion. The Pellets strengthens the liver
Misses Bessie and Maggie Wilson and Mrs. Weeks a long and hap- watching the frontiers will be obs|
.. drought, digestive organs so that they do
of Connor, spent the holidays with I I py journey down the stream of life. lete. Aerial patrols will be necessar/
work
cept for own and fortifies your
relatives and friends at Griner Farm. I A. FRIEND. to prevent the smuggling of contra!
D. S: against future troubles. t.
fe. The dance at Mr. and Mrs. Coe! I band across the border.
; town a few I Entire treatment 25 cents at Tyd- THEODORE. J.
Weeks Tuesday evening was a grand I II. & Co. 3 "The police of all cities will havto |

success, and itt was quite late when f be provided with ,flying machine,
the Citra .
,the-assembly dispersed for their respective -I Mrs. I The Montgomeiy Advertiser dis Hats off to Theodore- to proteJt the people from the ner1..1

homes and each declaredMr. I the theory that Adam was a Gentlemen I implore opportunities of crime with aerial locomotion "!
I
cus, c ;
and Mrs. Weeks to be charming I wife I on the ground that Eve tempted You to make room! will place in power of crim '"-
are
S entertainers. together I witn an apple instead of a water (Boom Boom!) inals. In time of war the Intelligence ,{

: ., I \ The Christmas tree at Griner Farm will spend L f Here Good comes land- the band! service will be entirely confined to t

Monday was a great success. An interesting I the aerstatic division and armed airships

program was rendered as Muller of I An appeal for aid for the starving Easy there, lady- will guard the bivoucas of ar .
j Misses )
follows: I I I I famine-stricken portions of China Everyone steady- mies." -

; Christmas Wishes-Three little girls. are mas home I w made Sunday President Roose- Now we're most ready- 5 Captain Forber thinks the whole

Song-Christmas Bells, by the Dr. Evard who says he intends to ask con Where? Where? problem of solution of aerial navigation -
to allow and Look right over there-!,
school. position as ] i food supplies to beonveyed lies In the question of equilibrium -:
Recitation I : across the water in trans Ah-h-h-h-b-h! .
-"Jolly St. Nic. Harry !; Ccast Lice t as the principle of aerial
Scarborough. I vessels of the navy. Oh, pshawThat ]
j flight, that is of aeria aeroplane SliT-
( Springs. I
!n't him
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: Dialogue- face
Courtship Under Difficulties i lost him. and speed are now den )nstrat-|
;, George Luffman, Charlie Leitner I i Cards j An investigation of the Union Pacif (BrrrrBoom! Boom!) ed. The practical maintenance ofj
-
and Miss Inez Chalker. and the Northern There they go! I
ing the r I Pac'fic' railway sit- equilibrium Is yet in the experimental{

: Song-Hear the Bells, by the Dr. R. P. I growing out of the commerce Oh-h-h-h! stage and will only be achieve when| ,
.
Ma? where? is
school. -what it?
and concord will be the t
place. to com present crude and temporary expedients ;
T Dialogue-Christmas Cristiek, Nine They will \ by the inter-state commerce Let tbis little boy through. please employed by Santos Bumont

: little girls. in :New York Thank you-
j their return city tomor are replaced by cor-ordinating'aeriall
: T Recitation-Charlie in Love ChuIiE'1 1 j j t I! Rev. i (Hush-or I'll spank )'OUn mechanism which will perm| Jtbej

Ta-ra, ta-ra,
:
Leitner.
: '
operator with of1
,: an instinctive tofdr
Basket Drill Eight little girls. i|I H. T. I In a sermon at St. Paul: Sunday B-r-r-rum bum bum!) the helm to right his machine'when .

Rf'titaHon-Fath Christira- by Tile rfthl! ) i Hurroo! Hurroo! .J ,
1 Ralph Billingsley. vored with between church and state in the bicycleist of today malntaiis his

J Son?-Merry Christmas, by the last Sunday I and said that In reality ,the |Look therelookHe's ?' equilibrium by the instinctive tallina- .'
I his =
-school.' Rev. C. H. | I struck at the pope is aimed at having picture tookHurrayyyyyl ,- tion of his body. Captain ForbeAhas ,

Dialogue-Going Somewhere by !!=-. years I II I I religions, and in fact at a belief in just completed a series of experiments!
: .James Pearson: and Miss Charlotte; I God itself. That's what we say- to that
the prove birds are powerles\to
Xeitner. Hurray for Theodore!
)
S friends fly until they have been taught. f*
befdre
Wasn't v -
never
Recitation-Earl Wilson. : About Digestion.It -
Rev. J. E. contends that the dominion or fe :
is not the quantity of food taken Nobody like him-! *
air as at present enjoyed the birds\
the amount digested and assim (Bim! Bim!) .*_ by ,
I only attained at the result of a SlO\ :
I i that gives strength and vitality As smart-as wise-
process of evolution comparable In
the Theodore! Theodore!
: system. Chamberlain's Stom
way to slow
perfection of the
and Liver Tablets invigorate the (My! what a din!) means of human 111ght. presen\

j and liver and enable them Theodore, you done noble %

I perform their functions. The re- Dang! Bang!) 1
j I! is a relish for your food, Increas- To \\"in- The Evils of Constipationare .I
j
strength and weight, greater en- many; in fact almost every serious :
I Ii and a clear head. Price 25 (Ta-ra. ra, ra,) illness has Its origin in constipation '",

Where you find Shield Brand S i Samples. free. For- sale by all The Nobel prize! and some medicines instead of preventing ,:

m (Boom! !9 Stuart Maclean. constipation, add to it. This .
it is a safe place to trade, Is true of most cathartics, which
I : Mrs. General Pickett nas written when first <
-It used. have beneficial effect
they are sold by reliable a
Williston
I Lippiucott's for January her person Baptist Church. but the dose has to be continually .

everywhere. Be sure to ask for memories of General Robert E. Gentlemen- increased, and before long the,: I

I which makes It's sound sense that we tell you. remedy ceases to have the slightest., -I
an in
exceedingly
It will cost less dollars to ;
1F. Kiser's paint effect. There Is ,
; ] King $3.50 i sketch and will be read with your church with L. & M. Paint, because however, that can be one relied preparation upon to,

I by the admirers of this won- more-painting is done with one produce the same with the'
T for men and will gallon of L. & M. than result
: with
: get two
you your man of our great civil conflict. gal same dose, even after fifty years dailT:,

S money's worth. Made in 37 ; Pickett knew General Lee when Ions M. Zinc of other hardens paints the L.and& .the M. L. & use. and this is Bradreth's Pills. which
White has
,' % : styles and all 'the popular I I was a little girl and after she mar- Lead and makes the L. & M. Paint standard a record remedy of over for 100 years as thfil
conztipatiouan4all ,
_$ Leathers, Patent Colt, Vici, (I General Pickett she saw him fre wear Any like church Iron.will be troubles arising from an imP :
; and under circum given a liberal state of the blood.
Gun Metal Box Calf many ._
etc. {I quantity free whenever they paint Brandredth's
Ii on the battlefield and in the 4 gallons of L. & M. mixed with 3 ative tonic Pills are the same IaXr
i(i and she gallons linseed oil pill your grandfather USeS,
rl C. Riser room is in a position to will paint a mod and
Company can be found
i -, I; erate size house. in every drug store;.'
interestingly of him and her ar either
plain
Manufacturers I[: in Lippincott's is of vital and Actual cost L. & M. about $L2o per or sugar coated.H. .
I
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ATUWTJt. gallon.J.
GEORGIA
,-. I!. interest. Lippincott's also E. Webb painter. Hickory N. C Proprietor. THALGOTT' J,_.

__ _ i ;.. _ _ _ _ _ !1 a picture of General Lee on writes, "house painted with L. & M.' DUNNELLON of BAKERY the ,
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t $: cover a hitherto !unpublished por 15 years ago have not needed paint Is ,
'* now prepared
to Cakes
ing since. ship Bread,
of General .Lee painted in 1865 Pies, Etc., on
-. .j! Sold. by Mclver & MacKay Ocala short notice and
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I J. W. King. 1[Florida. *tees satisfaction alt Ci3 '
x Give him a, trial. -I

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i THE NE VSpAP ER.-"WHAT, IS IT BUT A.MAP OF BUSY LIFE: ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CONCEBN8."-COWPEB.I .. .



VOL. 41, NO.. 26. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1906. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR -


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,, Mr. and 'Mrs J. M. Bryan of Mar.

1'' A HATTER OF HEALTH tel, were shoppers in Ocala Saturday

*- and went home on the belated afternoon TH'EOLDEST MAN IN AMERICA'Escaped

train loaded with Christmas



! R0Y4 packages.Secretary Strauss says that a state / the Terrors of -

;1 has full right to induce immigration .

'. from foreign lands in the South Carline \ Many Winters By
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". S case. This ruling will have an ,_
immense bearing on the future development :
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"1 'q L. Martin, room 9, Merchant h.. A:..... ...Y:::. TN speaking of his good health and
I. block, has 3.000 acres timber land at z< :, X
! $ t extreme old age,Mr.Brock says: ;
Lake Weir on railroad; 1,000 acres "After a man has lived in the worldas

. l. round timber land and 2,000 acre ..., %';IY2J. long M I have, he ought to have
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; plIk boxed, will cut 10 crops and 7.000.0C '::g};n ;< t !.' I Ailrtbute my found out a great many things by ex
" "t"I perience. I think I have done so.
'. r feet. Will sell or lease. 12-2241

; ...:.:.:.... Exweme Oll-:,... "One of the things I have found ::
; Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Gates, of Man- i Ki t: I r
:ttl out to my entire satisfaction Is the ; ,
I 'AKIt1" atee, celebrated their golden wend ( ::::; Age to the Use;:;::;::'::::::::;: .
.. + : proper thing for ailments that
.. last Thursday. Next to Rev. J. B. : : i!iii!!!i i!
.o "Pe-ru-f'za.' II ............,. are due directly to the effects of
Ley, :Mr. Gates is the oldest member the climate. For 117 years I have

'! Ie POWDER of the Methodist conference in Flo I withstood the changeable climateof

I Ida.; I 3. i. the United States."I

:S have always been a very healthyman _
Absolutely! Pure Miss Sara Frank, who is a student
I ,but,of coarse, subject to the af
} tt at Wesleyan Female college, at .Ma: factions which are due to sudden

A Cream of Tartar Powder con Ga., the oldest woman's college t, changes In the climate and tempera-

free from alum or phos- in the world, came home Friday to lure. Daring my long life I have known '

1 ... phatic acid spend the holiday vacation with I her a great many remedies for coughs,colds

, n other, Mrs. M. Handelsman. I and diarrhoea.

.. SIWSTT117EI A;. :::::::::iiY "As for Dr. Hartman's remedy
. ," HAS Mjss\ Inez Gates, of South Lake I Peruna, I have found It to be tha ,

Weir, who attends school in this citr best, If not the only reliable rem

and the children of Capt. Frank Lytl edy for these affections. It has

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I : ;: ; Ocala school went hime Friday afternoon :); is a and I attribute my good health
I ELIZABETH HARRISt Mr. Ben Condon is at honie from ,
and extreme old to this remedy.
for the holidays. age
t |! Local Editor. Jacksonville for Christmas.Mr. II
"It exactly meets all my require.meets
Miss Louise !Nixon of Gainesvilli, It from the evil effects -
? LOCAL AND PERSONAL.I Carl Schneider, of Dunnelloi, protects me
who attends the Methodist: college at I ... of sudden changes it keeps me in
I was among the visitors in Ocala Sat- :: : I ; -
I. and Mrs. J. G. Lege returned ta urday. Sutherland passed through Ocala, .:: good'appetite; it gives me strength a
hoai ::I If keeps blood in good circulation. I
Woodmar Friday afternoon. Friday afternoon on her way : e my
have come to it almost entirely rr
\ F. 0. Butt, of Arkansas, goes from for the Christmas holidays. She : rely npon '
I i ii for the many little things tot
i Mr.. Louis Home has returned home: the legislature to the penitentiar; was accompanied by several of her :, which I need medicine.

from a "vfsit of several weeks at He was convicted of bribery. college mates.
1 P "When epidemics of la grippe first

r Green Springs. h began to make their appearance in this
Miss Maxie Underwood of High Mr. John A. Graham, who was recently .
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III I I li :- country .I was a sufferer from this
| Mr. 'and Mrs Tom Smith and sand : i Springs, is the guest of her cousin, defeated for the legislature in I I disease.
f
Mrs. George Willaims and chile :Miss Ethel Richardson.Miss Manatee county, was registered at the j jI III I II I I r
"I bad sevenllong sieges with
home Friday from thecreek's Oca'a House Friday and was tran acting yq is.i.
returned (
ten Sophie Howard, of Grahan the grip. At first I did not know
business of importance here. 1 Hewas
visit to Salt Springs
the Christmas shoppers that! Peruna was a remedy for
vine, was among ; ..*
)! in consultation with Mr. A. IStuckey.
in Ocala Saturday. i this disease When I heard that
. t a The musical given by the pupils oMrs. .
catarrh 1tried
grippe was epidemic ,
Handley at Yonge's hall Friday;
Mrs. F. M. Harp, was among the Peruna for la grippe and
was an exceedingly delightful Mrs. Clifford L. Anderson and her _'
night
Citra representatives in the city Sai; found it to be Just the thing.
affair. bright little son, Clifford Izlar, of
( urday. Mr. Isaac Brock, 117 Years Old Last ,Birthday. In a later letter,Mr.Brock writes:
t Holder, are up to spend the Christma '
\ Mrs. Henry Clark and young son, L. 1_ I BROCK citizen of McLen . . . . . . r. "I am well and feeling as well u I
with Maj. and Mrs. ,
Dr.-W. R. 0. Veal, of Cotton Plant, holidays ISAAC ; have for years. The only thing that
i the Christmas; ; has lived for 117ears. Bon before the United State*
f Cotton Plant, are and Mrs. R. L. Andei ,Texas, i
izlar and Mr.
the throng of visitors In formed. bothers mole my eight; If I could see
sister Mrs was among For he resided at were
of Mrs. Clark's many years f
pests better I could walk all over the'farm, -
son. Sw 22 Presidents elected
the Brick City Saturday.Mr. Falls miles west of,
eighteen
Thomas Sexton. Bosque son-in-I Pe-ru'OM has, protected him and it would do me good. I would not
lives with his
but
Waco now
and Mrs. W. O. :Massey will from all sudden changes. be without Pernna. _
and Mr. J. E. :Mr.
Rawis
P.
Robert Mills Texas.
Miss Ella Mendenhall, one of the law at Valley Veteran of four wars. Yours truly,
teachers of the Ocala public school Stevens, of the Crystal River Lumbompany have as their guests for the holiday! Some time ago, by request, Uncle Shod M bone when 99 yean

the holiwith : spent Saturday in Ocala; Irs. Massey's sisters, Mrs. Condoimd Isaac came to Waco and sat for his I
has gone'to Eust1D- to spend old.Always
relatives. transacting: business. Miss Alice.. Phillips, of Alabama, picture, holding in his hand a stick conquered the grip with cZ4k1tJWhen fA.i.I'

&ys and the former's daughter, :Mrs cut from the grave of General Andrew Pe-ru-na.Witness.
Jackson. Mr.Brock if a dignified old In a land suit at the old age come j it brings with
and children who attenu? Rol :Maude: Wynne.
Mrs' W Davis Turnley Charles Cleveland, of 110
gentleman, showing few signs of de age yean. it catarrhal diseases. Systemic.catarrh
of Dade City, will spend the lins college at Winter Park, is at the His Bible is still Believes Pe-ru-na the greatest \ is almost'universal in old people. This
who to family
Mr. Sam J. Barco, goes erepitude. remedy of the for catarrhal
season with Mrs. Turnley's home for the Christmas holidays.Mr. age Pernna has become 00
Christmas Bingham Military school at Ashe preserved,and it shows that the date of troubles explains why

mother, Mrs. Fannie R. Gary. I' in Ocala his birth was written 117 years ago. indispensable to many old people.
lie N. C., spent Saturday
an' -
of Kentucky t
I C. H. Carter, ,
------ ----
?'Conductor Walter Burt of Jackson experienced salesman, is with the Variety ie was on his way to Cotton Plant tc .

vile passed through Ocala Friday af Store for the I Christmas holidays spend Christmas with his parents: Mr. Harlan P. Martin, of Murfees. wee crowded with shoppers. Aroum tional land *s he man deem necesf'

fernoon: on his way home after a visIt )llr. Mid Mrs. J.1.. Barco at Sunny boro, Tenn., brother of R. L. Martin, the A. C. L. depot late in the afternoon I sary for the enlargement of the site .

of several days with his mother a1Oeella Mr. H. C. Sparkman, one of Fair Slope Farm. went south on the A. C. L. train Saturday one could hardly get through heretofore purchased. ...... .

Beld's well known residents, was omsf and will spend the winter at' the crowd. And the bundles! The
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Harder, olAconia
the representatives of that promising Lake Weir. -ailing room was simply stacked high RESOLUTIONS OF THE METHO- ,
New Hampshire, arrived illOcala
:Miss Alta Pearson, who attends section in Ocala on Saturday. with them. Bundles ,and packages of DISTS.Dr. .

Brenau college at Gainesville, Ga.. is Saturday afternoon on a visit Candiadtes for Sparkman's seat ir every size and description.. From the

at home for the Christmas holidays,, Miss Essie Drajton, of-Jackson ville, to their daughter, Mrs. George C. p3teur. olhis congress are slow in annoncing but indications know that Christmas R. V. Atkisson and Dr. J. W. Big- '

which she will spend with her parents, is the attractive guest of Miss Josephine They were form ly friends residents hererho they do say that a "possible" un-tran day \iili find many happy childrez ham. -

Mr, and Mrs. John W. Pearson. Bullock for the Christmas hot city and have many mell-ed candidate has been seen ir and grown up peo'lp! in this section -
will be glad to see thm. '
The Methodist church board held :
.lays. I Lakeland's Park.-Pensacola Journal.Mr. This paper wishes for its readers am UK
Mrs. ,.. M.: Moore left Friday after- -"--- all others the happiest Christmas and their: 'final meeting for the conferenceyear
Norton Davis is at home from the Mrs W. E. Bonner and little daughter \
where she was merriest New Year in the history of: on Monday night with every
noon for Micanopy, at-Decatur, Ga.,, Allick W. h'glis, of Rockwelsuperintendent _.
Donald Frazer school Elizabeth, of Mexia, Texas, arethe '
critical ill member present and after completing .
account of the of the Dunnellon Phosphate their lives. .
called 1 '
pn D. "Feaster to spend Christmas with his parents, guests of Mrs. Bonuer's daughter, the year's business appointed Mr. J.
Sue visitor
Mrs. prominent :
sister was a
of her company
ness. Ur.[ and Mrs. D. W. Davis. Irs Howard Clark on South Second to Ocala Saturday. He was on Doings in the Circuit Court Friday L. Guernsey and Col. T. J. Watkins a

'tre t nrd will be hore for several to look after the Interests
committee '
Owing: to the scarcity of jurymeEtne :
E. S. Goode, of the Ocala Iron i..s t way to Jacksinville to spend
\l' .Mr. ,Robert Blake, who Las been at Mr; will spend the holidays with reeks. Christmas with his father and mother, case against Sheriff Gordon was of the church at the annual confer- 3

"Tampa for the' past several months, is Forks his former home in Capt and Mrs. John L. Inglis. postponed:: until Monday, January 7. ence. The board unanimously adoptedthe
at
\ home with his family fur Christ- his parents Rev. W. H. Dodge, wife and daugh- 1907. folICwlng.resolutions. :

Augusta, Ga. ter are expected to arrive in Jackson- The cases against Policeman Homer Resolved, By the board of stewards i
S., Miss Annie M. Sharpe who teacher
Emmett Cowden principal ofthe ille from Bainbridge Ga., about January Dean were set for Wednesday. Jan of the Orlando M. E. church south

Lit Graham, of Connor, was Mr. high school and who 1st to spend a ew mays with Washington Seminary in Atlanta, uary 2.The I that it is with deep regret that we f
the Inverness is at home for the Christmas holidays.
Friday, Dodge,
and Eugene
pleasant visitor to Ocala in the Ocala school last year. lessrs. John only case tried Friday was that must by the law of limitation sever
aught Emma Nelson,
:iert of his tw.o sons, :Messrs. W. D. a few days in this city. prior to going to Ocala where Rev. Also Misses of the state of Florida against John I the pleasant relations that ,have obtained T
is spending Jean Austin and Bessie MacKay,
,
of the
;r and John M. Graham. Mr. Dodge will have charge Smith, colored, who was indicted for I as pastor and people with our .

fe :Mr J. H. Lord, a large property own : Tesbyterian church.-J ack8fnville1etropois who are students at the Washington assault with intent to murder.. He I Brother Atkisson, and we commend ;-
who Is with Seminary, are at home for the winter .
I'Mr.! F. B. Beckham, and one of the most progressive : \ ] was found guilty and sentenced time him to those whom be may be Sent as

/the'Camp Phosphate company at their of er, south' Florida's many progressive ,acation. year in the county jail or to paya ,a brother who should be received to 1I

If Savannah office, is in the city to spend citizens, was in Ocala Saturday visiting Misses Adah Bennett and Lelia Clifford Herrick, jr.. a student at fine of $125. He will pay the fine. I their hearts and homes with that cordiality {:

season with his family. Richard S. Hall. ones, of Crystal River, were in Ocala which should and does characterize ..a
: tbt holiday his friend Mr. for the Presbv- the Donald Frazer school at Decatur, He worked in the phosphate'mines: I

experienced : I Ii Saturday: purchasing ia, and Mr. Joseph Williams, who attends and is said to have some wealth. ; the great Methodist brother- ,
If Mr. Sidney Taylor an Thelma Turnip ?ian Christmas tree at that place
i Lucile and the trial of Smith the court hood.
I in the Misses Davidson college, N. C.. spent After
[printer of Kentucky, arrived the night. Miss Bennett left onthe
Ocala to spend Monday
have gone to Monday and when It Resolved That we cordially endorse
posittfcq $eed Saturday in Ocala on their way to adjourned until ,
a
{ and has accepted Mrs. afternoon train for Tampa tospend
city Friday grandmother, 1
holidays with their their home at Crystal River, where will hear some motions to quash cerate him and his good wife as possessing P _
with the Ocala Daily Banner. Advo- Christmas with her sister, Mrs.
Leavengood.-Dunnellon lndietments. in eminent degree, the zeal and
A. J. they will spend the Christmas boll an
In R.; J. Knight. Christian love which are so essentialto
Is now ate.
who : days.
Snowden
R. R.
Pllr. _
for To Increase Ocala's Appropriation. the efficient work of a Methodist in
Daytona, sends u* a remittance Blanche Hall, of Candler. who Donald Schreiber, one of the bright Sparkman has introduced -
.enllonement Miss Academy Herbert L. Anderson, who is Congressman all its branches.
f the encouraging in pupils in the Virginia Military Mr.
y o dollars with this
| year
that the Ocala Banner Is is one of the school teachers, spent SaturdayI at Staunton spending. the holida's acting for the Ocala Board of trade the following bill in the houseof I Done In open Jjoard, this DeG 10,

Florida"I e Dunnellon the at home with his parents. acting for the Ocala fcoard of trade representatives: 1906.
fthe, nest weekly In I way home for in the senate and
Ocala on her Louis and Charlie Chazal, who attend nil Attorney Genera Ellis in the Be it enacted F. A. CURTIS Chairman.

I:. William- Igon. of Grand Island, Christmas vacation._ allege in Maryland, are with theirparents proposed suit to compeT the A. C. L. house of representatives of the United John W. Gettler, Sec. _&

-"One of Lake county's most prominent -those who were in Ocala Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chazal forthe railway to give the people of the States of America in congress heretofo're assembled Orlando Reporter Star. -.

etttaeM.! was a'visitor to Ocala Thurs- Among making the acquaintance of Christmas season. country through which it passes better That the amount I :
SaturdaY fixed as a limit of cost for the purchase J Wartmann, the well
large Mr. Kyle
is Bartow on
a
to
atYand; Friday. Mr. Igon saint Santa Claus service will go down I Ithe
aatalonpe and stockman ana the Christmas and Lucile Bates. Mr.[ and Mrs. Howard Monroe anddaughter ; 27th instead cl the 29th for the I of a site and erection of a building known citizen of Cttra. was registered

alSO grower stable at Eustis. were Misses Belle Miss Frances Bangs, are inthe purpose -of interviewing its citizens for the accommodation of the. at the Ocala House Thursday. T'

t owns a livery r_ of MarteLMr city on a visit to Mrs. Munroe's .and collecting further evidence. to be United States postofflce and other I This was his first visit to Ocala in x
=
..;. Mias Leta Camp, who attends Holeeollege Mrs. J. C. Alan* of Mar- irents, Col. and Mrs. J. M.' Martin. placed in the hands of the attorney overnment offices at Ocala In the about a year. if
William : and state of Florida be and the same is :
illthe :
in Virginia, and shopping in Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. Muniw: have been ;eneral. -
Randolph- tel hereby increased to one hundred A party of Atlanta gentlemen passed -
account I
west for several on
to the ReTw.M.WamboldtofJacksonthrough years '
t"C. D jr". who goes
; Boy's school at Danville. Va.. Ocala Saturday: of Mr. Munroe's health but for the past Ocala certainly did present a busy [thousand dollars and the secretary of through .Ocala yesterday on their 4 -:

I afternoon and win vUle, passed River to 1111 his year or more have made their home appearance Saturday. From early i he treasury is hereby authorized Inhis pay home from a delightful "week'sishing
borne
Friday .
.tyro weeks' with their parents regular on his way monthly to Cry appointment.. In Asheville. N. C. mOn 11g until late at night the streets discretion to acquire such addi- trip at Homoeassa., -

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ATTORNEY GENERAL ELLIS AND to Eustis. MR. MOORE'S FAREWELlSER.: t BLOXHAM. :
fROM
OCALA BANNERFRANK J
THE entertained by,our exchangse COVERED
; THE A. C. L. RAILWAY. Attorney-General Ellis with the able MON. Always'
co-operation of Mr. H. ,Anderson : we note that several have mentionedthis

HARRIS, Editor.P. From Tuesday's Daily. great and good man as the next
't for the Ocala board of trade, are of
,From last Friday's Daily. Rev. L. W. Moore, pastor of the
Florida. Should he con- -
V. leavengood, Business Manager. the governor of rooi4With
I the poin'.on: and express opinl.nfreely HEADTO
Methodist Episcopal church, south
Commencing Wednesday afternoonand that, from the evidence submitted "farewell" sider that proposition we'd implorethe n

f lasting with unabated interest 'and outlined at this meeting. I of this city, preached his muses to transform us and meet .
Methodist church Sunday
through Thursday, the plan and scope sermon in the him as did Ney upon Napoleon's return -
they have the strongest possible case
committee pf the 'Ocala board of Mr. Ellis believes in prompt action : morning. He was distinctly hon.1Oled from Elba. Bloxham governedin Crusted Scaly, Eczema Vlb*
in
services
trade together with Hon. W. H. Ellis, : by there being no I and he did so,man
moment. a golden age One Month Old-Could
and will not delay his work a, churches !! Brrf f
attorney-general of the state and any of the other protestant No Floridan can forget, or
representatives fully.
aserted that
So it be confidently Scales Off
may the'Episcopal Body- Youfig ;
In the city except wl
of various commercial cares to forget, the campaign of 1880.
stortly after the Barton meetingon
bodies throughout south Florida andcitizvns very next Saturday the legal machineryof church. It was a hard fight against a common is Now 17 Years Old and Sis { !

ii :: engaged in Industrial: enterprise Florida will be set in motion by ilr. Moore has been pastor of the enemy and every heart was in the Without a Scar-Cured B/ -'
church in this city for the past three
discussed multitudious grievances Chief Engineer Eilis and there will cause. In this era of dirty politics we :

r againts the Atlantic Coast Line be "something doing" for the benefit years and he dwelt on the harmony hate to hear of Bloxham's name being -
existing between his congregation and CUTICURA REMEDIES i
railway. of the people of south Florida. dragged from the ashes: .
These! grievances embrace princl himself.. He says that he was received "For you did see upon the Lupercal, AT EXPENSE OF $4
Motto: The Banner, believing those MESSAGE here with tokens of love ,
1. pally inadequate and unreliable THE PRESIDE ON many I thrice presented him a kingly crown 'w
: at the top well able to take care of condition and affection and he would go forthto ,
Inferior
freight service and DISBANDING THE COLORED Which he did thrice refuse. "When I was one month old
I
themselves has taken its stand in the rememberingthem ta
field of labor
freight service, thoroughly inadequate TROOPS.The his new Should Bloxham run again and we taken with eczema. After being uafe .
barricades with the common people always as a loving oasis in his the treatment of
a passenger service and inferior condition failed to support him we'd go to coveentry two doctors for orJ ;
and its fight will be'made for the bet president's message, in resjonse ministerial career. month and "no improvement, .cf ,
of rolling stock and equipment.The for life as a natural and willingsacrifice.Leesburg
torment of those at the bottom. to a resolution from congress He said that he was once asked mother was advised by a druse*
mass of complaints submitted, the ,Commercial.
to try Cuticura Soap and Ointaa
asking him for the facts which led
to
"love
4 sending and the character of the whether it were better to or I was one crust of sores from head

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1906. complainants, led the attorney-general him to discharge the negro troops of be loved" and he replied that it were Another Candidate for Governor.The foot. My mother could brush theses it

on more than one occasion to observe the 23th U. S. Infantry has been given better tolore because the bible Lake City Index prints a dou off my body; and my finger and toe&&\

t 4 Now,that President Roosevelt is wear that the railway company could hard- to congress, and it is the most Roose- says it is "more blessed to give thanto ble column picture of Hon. J. Ed O- fell. and,After about using six cakes of Cutia '
Soap as much Cutieur
7 veltan of that has so Oi :
ing the Novel peace prize will he lay ly make answer save by promise to any message receive" so that he had the advan- Brian, of Pensacola, who it says will ment I was completely cured. I am aof

aside the big stick do better in the future and to remedy far been delivered by the present tage of his congregation for he certainly be a candidate for Governor before the seventeen years old and my skin has af! '

r existing evils. occupant of the White House. loved them whether they loved primaries of 1908. This distinguish- ascar. I am still finding wonders inO "*

The president aoes not mince matters curs; after washing a fever bUster .
Chas. E. Jones, of the Jacksonville The meeting was a thoroughly in him or not but was glad to believethat sd gentleman has mmany friends it tr
days was completeygone.n Y
little bit and talks about the 1
s Metropolis adds to the crop of gubernatorial formal one and was somewhat marredby a their love was mutual.Mr. throughout Florida" who will be gladto Cuticura friend, Miss EoIa Glass 1

possibilities.The the fact that few people, even negro troops for all the world like they Moore however, distinctly see him thus honored. He has always Oct. 27, 1905. Marksvt 1;w:

members of the board of trade, knew were troops without any distinction stated that he was not preaching a been promminently identifiedwith "
mother of the famous Dr. Osler of color-and that is a great deal fora The attention of parents is called -
farwell
That
"farewell" sermons
that it was to be held in the Law Library sermon. the best interests of the State the fact that the Cuticura
human-usefulness fame republican president to do. RmedBj
of
sixty-year- and that the supposed meeting, ,had more or less sentiment in and his recent victory in Congressin were used on a one month oldbaisp

.has just celebrated her 100th birth at the council chamber was at 4 p.. He denounces their murderous assaults them and that he wanted to shed no the pilotage legislation has given with complete success,proving what tt .

day. m., was either a mistake or called upon the people of Brownsvillein tears thereby making his congregation him considerable national prominence have always claimed that these the dead hour of night-without curatives are so pure, so sweet, and so
off somewhat uncermoniously. uncomfortable. He would instead Ed is a Jolly good fellow, and if he enters
i Yet another message has been sent provocation on their part or expecta- delicately medicated that they may be
Notwithstanding this fact and the preach only an ordinary sermon will sweep the western part of used on the youngest infants.
!:.. to congress by the president after the tion on the part of the citizens. r :
i resultant confusion, there is every which he termed his last sermon as the State like a cyclone.
\ holidays on the car shortage ques- mouth and throughout'
mealy language
,
\4 of the Ocala church and
\
), reason to believe that a most Important pastor CUTICURA
.
tlOn.I REMEDIES
t.r I FYY' step has been taken for the relief his message calls a spade a spade. I preached on the "Nativity of Christ." "The blue back speller" is still

l L Announcement is made of the approaching of an almost intolerable situa Our special correspondent at Browns His sermon was very concise, logi- triumphant.Those Are the Best for Skin and Blood!

I 1;:' wedding of Miss Halite tion. ville did not give the details of this cal and effective. He dwelt on the "About three years ago my face be:
: affair in so pointed reindeer and fur lined overcoats with and
disgraceful near gm.to get rough acne keptgetting
;.' fact of the "wise men of the east
; Ermine Rives to Post Wheeler at the Attorney-General Ellis evidenced a ,
and denunciatory language as does seem to be all right in Florida worse. A year ago I read uf
4 United States'Embassy, at Tokio Ja most earnest interest in the work and by following the star that they saw in a paper of the Cuticura Remedies ta"
that for this Christmas after all.
pan. stated he would as soon as practicable the president. He regrets the heavens to the manger where the skin and blood. I sent for them
lack of evidence it is not in his powerto born the Christ, and said that at once. I used the Cuticura iiOiritment
was
apply for a writ of mandamus before -
Albert T. Patrick has signed a for-
Gov. ,Folk has sued the city of St. have the guilty parties in this das- now, as then he believed that the and Pills, and in three?
the court
compellingthe
supreme
mal the commutationof
protest against months skin soft and Emoo&
was
martialed and shot. my
attack court
Louis for 5833.33 which he claims is tardly
Atlantic Coast Line to "wise men of the east" would begin j
railway his sentence from death to imprisonment and the pimples have all disappeared ,
:} due him as back salary during his show cause why it' should not per- Not since the organization of the sending forth missionaries to convert for life. without the services of a phyricnn. U!

: term as circuit attorney. form its duties as a common carrier.Mr. arn.y, says the president, has its uniform those living nearer where was born think the Cuticura Remedies t&j
been and cowardly best that one can use for the
so signally any sin
-- Ellis ,went on to say that the the "babe of Bethelem" to the acceptance Frank P. Ellerbrock believed to he and blood." I
Senator Hansbrough. of Kentucky disgraced.The MayG.Schieferi'e,
believes that the farmers were railway companies seem to have for of His doctrines. In other Insane, fired on Probate Judge CharlesA. Sept. 5, 1905. Santa Paula Call
Roosevelt
will make Mr.
gotten their duties to the public and message words he said that he believed that Cutting at close range in the criminal Cottar. bp,OiDtmeIItu4 PHl Aft toUttospailt&cworid.
htmcoed by the denatured alcohol bill several inches taller. Fott na.Cl ew..Corp..kIe.WIiro ,
that as public servants, when this measure Japan would soon be belting the court building in Chicago. The s &-. Wsendbt"U to C_lath*Sili." 'J
and will try and have it amended. + -
duty was forgotten their very reason The New York Times says that globe with missionaries preaching the judge disarmed his assailant after a -

Senator Morgan has made it plainIn for existence ceased. Roosevelt will not get the Nobel Peace doctrines of the Christ and that they fierce fight, and calmly proceeded to A GENUINE COLD SPELL I,,> '

the senate that he Is still skf-ptlcal Mr. H. L. Anderson, who is leadingthe Prize after all but it will go to the were now showing more- eagerness to open court. ,ij :
The cold weather
:4 regarding the future of the Panama fight in behalf of the Ocala boardof fellows who kept Norway and Sweden receive his teachings than those of came upon
President Roosevelt bas again declined "like a wolf on the fold." The it
.
canal. trade was the moving spirit in from locking horns. us who are born under the gospel --.
teachings.The to pardon J. M. McKnight, the before Christmas eve men were
the investigation of all the numerous

f The trial of Binger Herrmann charges submitted and his quectinns The trial of CoL W. D. Mann editorof church was crowded and a Louisville banker now serving a sentence in their shirt sleeves and >

t engaged in destroying certain letters to each complainant brought out a Town Topics, on the charge of per. large number of Baptists, Christiansand in the federal prison at Atlanta, were wearing summer dresses;.' e il i!

when he retired as commissioner of mass of valuable evidence which is jury, has been started in New York Presbyterians were present to do on a charge of wrecking a bank. His Christmas eve they had all sKppe4|

the land office has been set for Feb- now being transcriped by the stenographer before i Recorder Goff. If convicted Mr. Moore the honor of hearing his time expires in December, 1907. into overcoats and furs; fires were,

ruary 11.During. and will be properly collated Tom Watson will be happy. last sermon. built in-front of many of the storey
President Roosevelt has complied and at looked like boafiaP
night
Mr. Car they
--- for use by the attorney-general. Mr. Moore complimented
a discussion over army and Practically every interett ws ren- The Tallahassee Sun suggests R. roll, of the Baptist church In this with the request made by Mrs. Lulu and the town had the appearance'.W,t ", I I
navy matters in the senate yesterday of for Glover before she killed herself in :::
Reese Pensacola. brilliant illumination. Some
resented; phosphate, naval stores Pope speakerof city, in very high terms and said a JOK
Senator Warren asserted that there the next house of New York, and her body was cremated nial1>
fruit and truck shipping and mercan representatives.Mr. that their relations had always been pie said that the world had '
x were three guns to eyery man on. our Reese to the withno under the president's directions. "
legislature and der '
tile. The passenger: service came in goes pleasant and congenial and he hoped quick revolution they were -J -

f. seaeoast fortifications.! for a very large share of adverse com strings tied to him; pledged to his congregation would continue to Her two cats have been forwarded to lug under the impression thai tbe

-- ment. For instance, the special rep- no man or measure and as a fair, hold up his hands in his good wo-' the White House. were living in Canada. There b5!;

I ., A credit currency bill, which is but resentatives of the Bartow, St. Pet Impartial and able presiding officerit and aid him in every possible way. Some papers are ungenerous enoughto been no such weather since, the grew
l r slightly different from the measures would be hard for the house to freeze in 189596. Icicles were See1j!
ersburg Eustis and other boards of He also spoke in words of endearment say that Senator Bailey, of Texas :

) advocated by the American Bankers'Association trade who expected to arrive at about make a better section.PensacolaJournal. of Mr. Dodge the minister recently worked the Standard Oil Company and two feet long and several inches!: ?,
L has been
favorably reported
to the house. 1 p. m., only managed to get their called by the Presbyterian the people at the same time. He went diameter. The oranges still hangizon l

!" t statements in nearly at the time of 'In his to citing church of this city. He said that he out of his way, also to bespatter mudon the trees have no doubt suffered
message congress
The adjournment. had worked with him' in years gone severely and sugar cane In the_fields;
Gainesville Sun Says: "There precedents for the. discharge of soldiers Hearst when it was none of his
to be To correct this Mr. H. L. Anderson by and it afforded him great pleasureto is of course distroyed. No pne;vonld.
r: seems a wave of moral reform in the army for unbecoming con- fight. The Texan has not increased in '
agreed to to Bartow on Saturday speak words of praise in his be- have been at all surprise to bare
/ go
sweeping over Gainesville a least duct-conduct bringing disgrace to the moral or political stature in recent
t y an attempt at moral reform." We the 29th; and there meet all the representatives uniform President Roosevelt cites half. That he is a thoroughly consecrated years. seen Santa Claus riding through ttj_ .

t : ,thought that our"sister city had already and shippers from Fort examples made both by General Grant man and he hoped would do streets with his sleigh and reindeer

Myers to Lakeland and intermediate good woak in this city. and arctic overcoat. '. ..f.
been ,
\' 'reformed-but it may belike and General Lee. The citation of The Lake City Index says that is -
points. Mr. Moore commended Mr. R. V. Still the winds lulledJthe
the little boy's nose. the railroads slow schedules
either one of these names is sufficientfor put on
l Mr. George MacKay stated he had his action and even without which Atkisson to his congregation and hop- the people complain; when fast ones shone in splendor, the at ataosplier|

f-S How do 'you think it would do t received a telegram from Mr. Rawls the action of President Rooseveltwill ed that he would be received with are tried and accidents result, they was dry and crisp, and the |TO U

cut the number of members of council who represents the big Camp Lumber be approved almost unanimously the same love and consideration with are cussed and concludes that it is : alive with people and the trade )

to one from each ward and he is better than ever before knorn,
That
one interests at Crystal River stating which he was received.
of the damned if do and
by all good people in all sections of a case you:
at large, double the pay, and maker that \he had started from home the country a thoroughly good pastor and no mann bedamned if you don't. Today will be a generalholida |

them meet twice a week?-=Tampa about 7 a. m., but was "tIed up" at the Methodist conference: stands eggnog will taste better the Bath.

Times. Juliette some four or five hours late The Monticello News man has had higher in its councils and he believed The ambition to go to the Florida will grow warmer, the bloa of tfc',,

and that: hp could therefore not be a dream. He saw a magnificent new that the people of Ocala will find him legislature has been realized by many peaple will be thickened anI eve

Governor Higgins has commuted pre Ent. court house with marble steps and In every way a lovable man and public men who afterwards regretted body will feel better for a $uch oj

f' the sentence of Albert. T. Patrick to Among the statements made recorded gold leaf ceilings which was th worthy of their highest respect their services there. Unfortunately the frost king.Fortunately. t

k life imprisonment. Later he may ask by the stenographer ani which will' pride of old Jefferson and then he and consideration and he hoped he for them the votes of every memberon nearly all the ''rang'

:for a pardon. It will rank in the form a part of the evidence to be used saw a new opera house owned by would do a good work here. He said every question are recorded and have been gathered and nios of tW

history of legal jurisprudence as one by the attorney-general were from "Bill Lamer" aad just across the he thought Mr. Atkisson would reach more than one aspiring politician's sugar cane has been convert in

-of the famous cases of the country.The Mr. Igo, vice-president of the Eustis street from a Carnegie library. May Ocala on Friday and hoped that the "record" in this branch of the state's syrup. The cold snap has gin th ,

board of trade; Mr. W. H. Johnson his dream be
municipal elections in the three of the Bartow board of trade; Mr. J. nal. him a warm and cordial greeting. Florida politics.-Pensacola Jour- kill their hogs and save the{ wi '

chief cities of Florida next spring D. Bell president of the St. Peters -- -- -- Mr. Moore and family will leave nol. ter's supply of meat and for thlnext.

promise much sport for the ward burg, board of trade; Mr. W. M. Gist To make the matter worse Mrs. Bel- Thursday for Tampa, Mr. Moore'snew few weeks they will feast on jpare-J .

heelers. The Jacksonville: tight has of McIntosh; Mr. J. M. Meffert, of lamy Storer is an aunt of Hon. Nicholas field of labor. The Marianna Times-Courier says ribs backbone, sausage souselpa -.

been started and is always a warm Ocala; Mr. J. B. Martin, of Ockla- Longworth son-in-law of President ,the many friens of Dr. ThdeopolusWest ding and all the other good t}; j.'

member but Pensacola and Tampa waha: Mr. J. A. Murrell, McIntosh: Roosevelt.! She is also the founder And this in the Midst of the Excite are urging him to become a candidate that follow in the waks of the gS'\\ J';

are yet to be heard from and they Mr. John H. Taylor of Ocala; the of the fad.of painting on pottery, ment. for the senate. It says further old hog killing time. .

never fail to furnish anusementexcitement. ant'3 Clark Ray, Johnson Co.. Mr. George which reminds us that though provilence .that he is a people's man, and is not So even artic weather in a Ii

\3 "' .-Pensacola JourraL. MacKay, of Mclver & :MacKay- Mr. E. works in a mysterious way its The index is not an apoligist for !allied with any faction of State poli tropical land has its compensates
; bad railroad service, but it is not con tics. The doctor is said to be a fine I
C. McLeod. of Kendrick; Mr. E. P.! wonders to perform it finally gets benefits.
sr The pension calendar has been 'ihagard Mr. J. R. Moorehead and a there with both feet.-Tampa. fined to Florida. The unprecedented parliamentarian, and if he decides to "

Cleared by the passage of more than number of other Ocala citizens. The prosperity of the country has prevented run will make it interesting. Lake As the executive committee met i'\<

t; 200 private pension bills by the sen- list is too long to go into details. Men and women are freezing in the even the transportation lines City Index.Bishop Ocala Thursday there were represen I ,'

ate. At the suggestion of Senator From a statement submitted it northwest because a fuel famine rev keeping up with it. Certainly they tatlves In the city from all parts P* *e
suited from car shortage. <<3h U--ve want to do ,the business. It's "moneyIn McCabe, one of the most that.
President Roosevelt's Panama ? the '
Lodge would seem that conditions in all coun .t and all were gratified
respects -
? message will be reprinted for the could hardly be worse. Not give millions to the ship trust or improve their pockets." The manufacturing distinguished preachers of the northern the drouth was' broken. It has been
of the country-the car and Methodist church died in New '
d' senate in "normal" spelling. only is Ocala affected but all of south our inland waterways for the enterprises York last an exceptionally dry season and ? ? ,

f Florida. Mr. Johnson, of Eartow told transportation of coal to points at locomotive works-are busy day and city Wednesday mornf g. eral Cf' ,,;)13lnt was made of the almost :; ;
Anna Gould the former Countess how which it may be distributed by rail?- night and yet can't keep up with He was one of the great pulpit orators the I
many of the phosphate miners in Impossibility of breaking ;
t Bonl de Castellane, has been victor :nurier-Journal. their orders. When slow schedulesare of this country and his reputa-
Polk county could not only obtain ground for planting cats and otter
ious In the, suits brought by creditors no put on, the people complain; tion began during the civil war whenhe winter relieved -
satisfactory service but intimated crops. The rain yesterday
and money lenders against her with thatas Denies the Soft Impeachment.The when fast ones are tried and accidents won the title of "Chaplain Mc *
ft they the situation meant -
were at the and
S the object of making her jointly responsible mercy of one "Political Dope" dished up by result, they are cussed. It's a case of Cabe." He visited this city last winter
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railroad they were afraid great many dollars to the farmers 'f
to
r with the count or at the Sun in its issue of Dec. 15 is "be damned if you do and be damnedif and preached a sermon that was stat
least embarassed to make this county. To the citizens of th S"-e
complaints properly named. "Mr. Thomas Apleyard" you don't." "When a business house ed at he time by the local press as

x?< It is reported in Washington that : but he thought they might was'never in his life at apolitical has poured millions into the hands of being one of the-most eloquent ever city It Is also grateful as the dust was:::

Secretary of the Treasury Leslie M. possibly be gotten together and all conference "on the south sHe the people, It is well to consider, if the heard In Ocala. His death Is a loss becoming almost unbearable.Mr .

Shaw has been offered the position agree to stand together. of Bay street, Jacksonville Fla.;" he .tree that bears the golden fruit shouldbe to the Methodism everywhere andis 1

_ of president of the Mutual Life Insurance The representative of the Eustis was never at' one anywhere in ruthlessly destroyed This, froma lamented in both sections. The Blake's Condition. whlcfc, -
stroke "
of with
board of trade ,stated that the paralysis :
company and will accept the: mere which "Mr. J. G. '
Spottswood or lion. state exchange, is just the position Mr. &
chants of his town had Robt. G. Blake was stricken
position when he leaves the cabinet.' become so dissatisfied :- Guy Gillen" he whether The Ocala friends _
,:_ l were'present; has not :the people are up against of Mr. and Mrs, the very
that they had armory Saturday night was
:: ,' ', notified their been in one outside of Tallahasseesince I to destroy the various enterprises Roland Marsh, formerly of this city, ,
much
= ; : We have" the cheering assurance of jobbers and wholesale men to ship all worse than was first antidP'ed : :
the organization of the senate "corporations" if you please that sympathize with them in ,the death of ,
: to
"-' the Washington Post that "this,country goods over the S.A. L. to Eldorado and i He Is unable to move oc if
a last year in; which the subject of "con have made Florida prosperous or be their little son at Panasoffkee Saturday
ir is all right.' At any rate it Is our that'they,would then inaugurate a boat i -speak and his condition Is now most ;,
trol of the legislature" was considered I patient and let them catch up with the afternoon. The little fellow was
: i country, right or wrong, and we object service. Continuing he said that the alarming, -jl!
; Mr. Clark has not appointed him i prosperity they have been instrumental < exceedingly bright and was four ne:1
dilvding it between This will be
up traffic distressing
passenger
to, congress would very
come
t-vyt : over the -nis political guardian." We trust the : in giving us. Now watch some yews of age. He was only sick for t
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the ship trust and the other S. A. L. to Tavares and that free an- ; to his friends who ,hope that fcfc:f *
Sun will make .the'propr correction. zealous advocate cry ,put "corporation a short while* The. funeral wag held '.
-=trusts.-Cour erJOurn.1t t jtomobiles would transport I Illness win not prove as critical %; ;1
.z passengers,-Lake City Index. hireling -Lake City Index. it Pana ott1Sunday afternoon. it Is now feared. K:

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4 f',j. :" UECURING IMPROVESTOBACCO LIKE COMMEMORATIVE LEE. OF BIRTH Of MclVER 8 PMC1E1YFURNITURE ,

Headquarters United. Confederate -,

uti [ROASTING. IMPROVES GREEN COFFEE General Veterans Order New Orleans No. 58.,-Louisiana I,' The, : DEALERS : ,. -'.. >. :f

b general commanding yields a ready -
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WE CARRY EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OP : ;
conjplionce with the request of the

ruSh' fFlIII. Curing Develops the Stimulating Aroma and Taste people of Richmond that,his efforts House Furnishings Parlor Suits '- :_ : '

Lad he put forth to have a general ob- Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered and Reed :

Skin'; : Found In Schnapps that Satisfies Tobacco Hunger servance on Saturday, Jan. 19, 1901, of Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits ;
the hundredth anniversary of the
By :\ one In Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye of all kinds-Mohogany and Oak. :
birth of the immortal Southern leader '
There are three ways used, by.farmers Hundreds of imitation brands are Robert Edward Lee. Maple and Oak.Mission China and Crockery :R

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r for curing and preparing their on .sale that look like! Schnapps; the The made men better and citizens women by of the any countryare contem- FurnitureIn Complete line-Dinner Sets and :' -,

5( tobacco for outside of the imitation of tobacco all the different finishes Odd Pieces :
the .market; namely, sun plugs plation of the glorious deeds of their ;

cured, air cured and flue cured. The is flue cured, but the inside is ancestry; and to us of the South
(whose leaders possessed all that All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portiers _
filled with heavily
old and cheap way is called air cured; cheap, flimsy, makes men great) this is particularlytrue. and Upholstering Goods :
,the later and sweetened air cured tobacco ; one Gen. Lee was the ideal personification tHeaters '"
discovery improved -
is way chew of Schnapps satisfy tobacco of a Southern gentleman; and Ran&es, Cook Stoves
called flue cured.
at: In flue-curing whether considered as a soldier
Full Line of Pictures framed and unframed and Pic-
than two chews of Up-to-date >
hunger longer citizen, whether -
the statesman: or Christian
tobacco
is taken from the field ture Mouldings. Full stock of )
such tobacco. viewed in the privacy of his famIly '

and suspended over intensely hotflues Expert tests prove that this flue and social life, or in the "fierce" Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddles
throne, he
houses light that beats upon a
In built
sra especially to retain cured tobacco, grown in the famous I stands out possibly the greatest char- Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth-the Studebaker. .
; the heat, 'and there kept in the Piedmont region, requires and takes acter the world has ever produced; And carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriages.

proper temperature until, this curing less sweetening than any other kind, and his memory no occasion green should, and be to lost induce to keep the Brick Lime Cement Plaster, MMJlkirLkiShingle8

b process developes in the tobacco the and has wholesome, stimulating, boys and girls of the Southland to BUI'ldllng( POUltS 01)0)

stimulating taste and If the emulate his pure and holy life. Flintkote Roofing
fragrant aroma satisfying effect on chewers. He therefore urges the depart Material I Oils I \

"" found in Schnapps tobacco, just as kind,of tobacco you chewing don't ment, division, brigade and regimental white Lead, Vanishes, Etc. 1

'''0 r4 ._ green: coffee is made fragrant and satisfy, more than the mere habit of commanders of our glorious or- Wall Paper, Alabastine and Magnite Wall Paints. .
der to see that proper orders are sent Call and give us a trial. B.We will not be undersold and will please yon
it
1 stimulating by the roasting fooling yourself
expectorating stop
process. to the various branches, begging their
:1 Only choice selections of this ripe, and chew Schnapps tobacco. I hearty co-operation in these: exercises. Mclver & Mackay. .I
t : HA rpnnpsfpd:; that.. the United Sons, -" ,-,--<<
juicy flue cured leaf, grown in the Schnapps is like the tobacco chewers -- -- --- ---- -
of Confederate Veterans, the United i '-
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,.' famous Piedmont where the bought costing from 75c. '- .-
.fI ,,. country, formerly Daughters of the Confederacy and j,
best tobacco grows, are used in to$1.00 per pound; Schnapps is sold the various memorial associations of ., .,,- "

.T,} Schnapps and other Reynolds' brands at 5oc. per pound in 5c. cuts, strictlyof in the honoring south all the join dead in with hero.the He veterans makesno ( ,

!joI high grade, flue cured tobaccos. 10 and 15 cent plugs. suggestion as to the form of ser '?' '
: vices, but he desires and requests 7to
that they be held on Saturday, January -
; R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 19, 1907, at' 12 o'clock m., and
that the hymns, "How firm a Founda '
I t '- tion, Ye Saints of the Lord," and Ocala House Wine Roonjs

t f THE TURPENTINE MARKET. weather since November 15 has been the accumulated freights on its "For All the Saints Who From Their _
remarkably fine and well adapted for hands. The Central is not much of Labors Rest" be used, thus having -,

r[ No Change in Conditions Nor Prices. POX cutting. The factors assert that a naval stores feeder for Savanna! simultaneous exercises I in all parts ol TRY OUR ';..' '-.-,-,
;. Rosins Still Holding Firm. I they have furnished fewer axes than and this order meant little to the the country. ''- -
usual for bo'x cutting so far this win- trade here. While there has bee; II. The general commanding appeals ; .C
OLD
This week has brought nothing new ter. some delay at times in the arrivals of now,'as he has often done in the past flLLEGHANy .
to report as to spirits of turpentine,' In rosins the statement made as to naval stores on other lines the trade to the press of the country to give! I
which ranged from 67 to 66 cents in I spirits turpentine also applies. This has had none of the difficulty which assistance in promoting this movement .
; value and closed at the week end at!has been a week of steady trading those in other branches of trade com. He feels confident that this .
': 65 1.3 cents with the offerings about with few changes in prices. At the ,plain of. simple request will meet with that PURE RYE.
all takeu at that price. The conditions close yesterday the quotations show I hearty response that has ever characterized "1 '
t tare been just the same as reported ed, in camparison with those of the I I In the late trading Saturday afternoon this great power in our landL'y 1
I for several weeks pest Any previous Friday only a partial advance j I a better tone developed in rosins command of
of the reports for five or six weeks of five cents on G, and 2 1-21 I and as a result the sales reported STEPHEN D. LTE. .
c would answer for the week just,end- on E. The high prices for commonsare showed some small improvements in General Commanding. Put up 4 full Ots ;_ j
ed. After the next week receipts, as doing much to help the producersout values of the lowergrades. Receipt, Official: Wm. E. Mickle, '
t tin wjff go down to their lowest pro4'a of their financial slough. As stat were 2.958, sales 2845. Quotations: Adjt. Gen. and Chief of Staff. in Fancy Cartoons ; "\ _= 4=
\ '{ falling off in offerings will quantity of these grades to market K $5.15, I $4.50, H $4.15, G $4,121.3: Lime Mints, Olive Chow-Chow, Delivered at -s x J
remains to D C-A Bulk Ollves, Pulled Figs, Washed Figsin your. : r : ,
4e a bull Interest and heir interest is centered in them F $3.10 E $4.05 $4.05 $1.05. .
.... ,. It this does not happen the for the time being. Spirits firm 661.2 cents, receipt: Baskets, Walnut Meats, Shelled > ..
\. -4V'H' be as stupidly uninteresting :323.: sales 288. Almonds, London Layer and Cluster Express Office .
Raisins, Currants, Seeded Raisins.
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aid-
they have been sauce n.3
as be learned the naval :
As far as can
Swiss Cheese, MacLaurin's Imperial
die of Novemb has not been seriously CHRISTMAS BUYING.Oh .t
stores business Dates, Duffy's Apple '"
' Cheese Pitted For $3.20 I
shortage and :
the
affected by car Juice in pints and quarts, Cranberry 3 :
Factors report that operations toward the apparant difficulty of the railroads '
say Sauce, Mince Meat Honey Strained r-. : ;.
the new crop have been on a I to handle freights from connecting Any day Crystalized Fruits, Huylers Chocolate Regular $1.00 Quart Whiskey write -foi -: i
very limited scale, although the roads until it has disposed of a ; ..
I ___n______ Go out on the street Dipped Triscuits, Heinz's Preservesin '
, -- And into the shops Crocks, Heinz's Apple Butter, Wal- omplete Price list. '
Where the crowd you meet nuts, Brazils Pecans and Almonds. Afresh '.
Never, net er stops lot of Candy for Christmas. O. :

Furniture Ramming hustling and and jammingAnd bustlingAnd K. Grocery..j Ocala, House Wine Rooms. }yT, ; .,

picking and kicking :
.. OCALA, FLORIDA.f, j + ,- .
.' And scroughing and gouging !Irofe99tonal.or { =
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;-fl..'t'. And laugning and chaffing __ -__; -or -- __..r -..-.- 'T__'- :-,-':f;;.;:
K"f. And scrapping and slapping D FULMJR. L. F. BI.ALOCK .l f'i's
t .-.:,-{,
I I And knocking and blockingAnd :: Cl VL..LOCK.Dentists.! >
It's a ]little early, but our fall stock is arriving daily and nudging and budging PUU.E .

all we ask is! a chance to save you msney. All we ask is a Ang squeezing and kneesing Over nurse& Cbambliss Bank Ocala.Fla.
; fev minutes of your valuable time tr show you through 'And punching and hunching
f Anal growling and prowlingAnd T E.P'GGS. ___
| stock.
0 r hunting and grunting
ATTORNEY-AT.LAW.Officein -
AnJ reaching and scheeching ( Gary-Agnen B'ock.' )
! A Few Leaders And juggling and strugglingAnd OCAI A.- FT,OIUP .......................-..
hoping and groping
SIDEB01RDS SHOT And fussing and cussing EDWIN 4JPF.NCKR.: .
1:4 H BEDS FROM 52.50 UP And grinning and chinningAnd ATTl)HrH Y-;\' '-l.a\V,

r CHINA CLOSETS 815.00 AND UPi And And buying coming walking and and and shying going talking f oCALA.J T K. CHSK.- -.--:o..v.-- -. Jl'J.OiJ J;. i Biggest Values i in S Shills i ; S


FURNITURE[ OMPNY.[ And seeing and showingAnd DENTisT,
i .1 OCAU[ waiting and getting OC..I.A. ?'. .

//t.[ C. SMITH C. V. ROBERTS- And-Gee And smiling whiz and! fretting CAU.O-T.1: sJSTRUNK I NEW ARRIVALS! r

( What a mix-up it is! ATTORNEY..LAW.
s -- With a rush and a roar "nnnb"-.lie Hn1-1lf1
Just In UatSl.street yru and are store busted and crippled BROWN'S-SHOES '11

" Now I l1rnitUl'e and sore, oooooooo. ooo i i ,
And you wish Sanra Clans O. * t..0
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For the Feet.
t Were in some place less cool O. .0 ,, ;.
;. --.. Ttan Christmas this climateIs 0 .0 S z.
: 0 Dr. D. M. BONEY 0
--' :: as a rule.

Oh Ain't, say it gay n Eyesight Specialist. *.0 : WARM UNDERWEAR I

Banging in and out this "-::y I For the Body I
to make MOSS MATTRESSES Getting ready for the day? &JfrTx
We are noW prepared Merry Christmas in the air, At Prices that will not Pinch the Docket II
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clean and renovate : 1I r
-the kind that will,last, also to :Merry Christmas everywhere,

old encs. We buy and sell, Merry What? Chrlstmas-


Furniture" York-Don't W.World.J.swear.Lampton. -in New York I MH'S[ PANTS AND 8 BOYS' SUITS I II

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on this class of gocds. A Is! Offered to O. correcting eyes where oth0 .
money : H E l :
and can ave you good as ne\, Worthy O. ers fail. 0
hand Young PeopleWe
dent Of stock now on Will .", youth o Satisfaction guaranteed 0 .
great low t.bat It 5urprl earnestly request all )'oungpersons o. or money refunded. 0 r
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and the price are no matter how limited their .0 THE FAIR
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learn them. Give ns a call. means or education, who desire a 10 OPTICAL PARLORS 0 I : '
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position to write at once for our '
0 Ocala, FJorfda. 0 @ f) _:
great half rate offer. Success; independence -I .
and probable fortune guar 10. .$0 W A. ,L. WEBB, Prop. '_.
mteed. Don't delay-write 10. 0D0000000000
& Son. today. 10 .. '. .. 0 4 S .
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FLORIDA'S GAME LAWS. Opening of the Lyceum Season. A MORMON CHURCH IN FLORIDA. LIFE'S LAD ER. -

The opening number of the Lyceum -' kjt

; f The Miami Record has codified the course will be held at the ar Greeted With a Large Audience and Unto each mortal who comes to earth, -

} name laws of Florida which will, per mory on Wednesday evening,,Januarythe Preach Like Other Preachers. A, ladder given by God at birth, ? Fw"

P -naps Interesting reading at this second. And up this lader the soul must go

season 'when so many are engaged in This attraction will be the Ariel The Mormon leaders Elders George | Step'by step from the valley below; 'r ;; t

: hunting. La dles' Quartet, of Boston. In speaking A. Smih, B. H. Roberts< and Ben ERich Step by step to the center of-space. e J

= It might be well for parents to instruct of this splendid company the Albany were greeted with a large and On this ladder of lives, to the Starting $ 0r 1. .For salt

their boys as to what birds may : Daily Herald says: Kpprecir.iive cou&r ';l\tionll\st evening place. "--

I and not be killed in Florida The program has the distinction of be- I NOTICE
may even
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at the latter day Saints on
in what. is known as. the "open sear ing readily appreciated. The ladles are In time departed which pnitn-fO

son." fineshed musicians.. Miss Leavitt 1 I Highway avenue.> There was a profusion I shaped my ladder and you shaped 1
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It,will no doubt occur to many that sings second soprano and handles the of beautiful flowers around yours, IIIY <.y a ll. dersignedernor Notice i

the game laws need amending and no violin bow like a true artist Miss the pulpit and the singing, was certainly .dtever they are-they are ,wha f, r J1 of t28th

doubt it will be done during 'the next Donovan's clear, bell like soprano, excellent. The sermons were we made; El yG dayLetters- <

legislature.The whether in quartet or solo has an appealing A ladder of light or a ladder of shade, C1 F
of doctrinal and the exposition -
following is the "game law" charm that is irristible. Every course A ladder of love of a hateful thing : charter, ccLtached

as collated and enumerated by the note of Miss Sampson's voice is of Mormon doctrine was the otn A ladder of strength or a wavering tb<{

Record full and round like a soft voiced bell. ject sought by each of the speak string Ie in the
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I WHAT IS ALWAYS UNLAWFUL. 1 were has been no better pleased audience ers.Elder A ladder of gold or a ladder of straw, tcO -.

To kill, capture, have in posession, this week. Perfect dignity Rich introduced Elders Smih Each is the ladder of righteous law. .S)

characterized the entertainment and Roberts, and in the course of his
living or dead, buy, sell, or offer for ,
sale and wild 'non-game bird. ;. throughout. remarks expressed his gratitude for We flung them away at the call of 1 .

the courtesy and the large congregation death I
To take or have in possession the

nest of any wild non-game bird. Penalties : Accident to Mrs. Sage. accorded his brethren in the We took them again at the next life

Late Friday afternoon Mrs. CharlesK. southern states wherever they had breath, The umciate t
; Fine of $5 for, each offense and
$5-for each bird or part thereof, nest Sage happened to a very,painful held meetings. For a keeper stands by the great FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK 't corporatestatute thei

accident. She-started to down Elder Roberts' theme the "Per -
was
come birth gates, r la
or eggs possessed, imprisonment of BETWEENJacksonville
ten days or both. the stair steps and tripped on her sonality of God." He declared that it As each soul passes its ladder waits. and do p'

To have wild turkeys, quail or part skirt, throwing herself forward. She was essential to the salvation that and New York.Calling ::; of incorp

1 ridge possession? between March 1 fell to the bottom of the stairs and at the divinity of Jesus Christ should be. Though mine be narrow and yours be i The na

and November 1. Fine $25 to $100. first it was feared that she might be taught. God is not an incorporal being. i broad. at Charleston, S. C., both ways. I. be "MUr

To kill in one day more than twen seriously hurt. The doctor was summoned Jesus Christ was divine and God manifest On my ladder alone can I climb to TEE FINEST' STEAMSHIPS ni TIlE COASTWISE SESVICE. ; The p rinc

immediately and after a thorough in the flesh. He was a spirit God ,; eorporati.I1da. .
ty quail or partridges and two wild I
examination it was found that united to a mortal body of ferahtr On ladder alone [ with
your can feet
turkeys; party of two or more, forty I your CLYDE NEW t be adopt,
quail and six wild turkeys. Fine $25 there were no bones broke nor no united to an immortal body bf flesh ascend, ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I HES:

to $100. serious injury, which will be good and bone and he thus ascended into For none may borrow and none may FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEENJacksonville k4 .: The gt

To trap quail or partridge except news to Mrs. Sage's many friends. heaven. God, the Father, and God. ; lend. Boston and Providence, t. ;. to be tr

upon one's own enclosed cultivated the Son are two disinct personages.The I and all Eastern Points. -- shan be:
A Cluster of mining a
land. Fine $25 to $100. Oranges.Mr. ex-congressman then paid an If toil and trouble and pain are foundTwisled Calling at Charleston Both Ways. i and allmaterial
J. A. Hicks, a promninet citi
eloquent tribute to the
hospitalityand
To and corded to form fach
sell offer to sell have in possession SEJII
WEEKLY
zen of this county, whose postoffice is religious fervor and toleration SAILINGS.Southbound chinery,
round :
for sale
and wild turkey, quail 1
or partridge. Fine to I at Lynne, was in Ocala shopping Fri which characterizes the people of the If rusting iron or mouldering wood . . . . . . From LeWis', Wharf, BostS miLC phi

$25 $100. day and made this office'a pleasantcall south and the courtesies Northbound . . . . From foot Catharine St, Jacksonvijl. lals and
'
expounded Is the
d, To ship wild turkeys quail or partridge fragile frame you must make i it crus!!, '
and left on our tabif-! a cluster of by the of the south. '
i" out of state. Fine $25 to $100. press good erwise
fine Mr. Hicks! has twoacres Clyde St. Johns River Line. ;
very oranges. Elder
To ship beyond the limits of the I George A. Smith was the last You must build it over and fashion i it ure
of oranges tangerines:: and _speaker of the evening. Mr. Smithsaid I thereof
strong,
I where
county killed wild
any turkey, Between
mandarines in bearing and expectsto Jacksonville and Sanford of any
c that north and south J
quail or partridge. Fine $25 to $100. I America Tho' the task be as hard as your life! I whether

To hunt on Sunday. Fine $25 to increase his acreage. His sectionis said that North and South Americawas is long; Stoppi1g at Pala&a, Astor, 3refrd; ( leLaaJ ) aai InteraeiiaU if not, arc

$100. peculiarly adapted to the growthof the laud of Zion, and that it For; up this ladder the pathway leads Landings en St. Johas Elver. a tradin
oranges in that it is not troubled --- .- .. To ct
was a choice land above all other To $ -Bond SCHEDULE
For non-residents to hunt without li earthly pleasures and spirit needs; North' -i3oand z
with white fly or scale and before the lands indicated by the Almighty to Read down. P hate I
cense. Fine not exceeding $10.To ( And all that may come in another Readr1ip.turers

enter upon the enclosed lands I Lig freeze its groves were among themost liberty and the establishment of a way, Leave 3-30- p. m. 7. 7. .Jacksonville . -. Arrive,. -- -00:-L'':4' !, fixed 01

of another that are" posted to hunt or I promising in the state. free government. The elder adman Shall be but, illusion and will not Leave 8 45 p.m . . Palatka 8 00"Po. mar:;: chemicl

fish. Fine $2f. Mr. W. H. Johnson of Bartow, who ished everybody to revere the fla? stay. Leave 3 00 a.m . . Astor :3 30 p. m!: finers of amnto t

F _. GAME BIRDS. came to Ocala to atend the meeting and be loyal to our country. The" I '. to .Beresford (DeLand) Leave lOOp. ni-, finers f

The following are the game birds of of the board of trade and to meet At- j Book' of Mormon, the elder continued, in useless efforts, then, waste no Arrive 8 30 a. m. to .. Sanford .leave 9 30 a. m, :,' import

the state: Swan gees', brant ducks torney-Cenelal Ellis, but was on a is the American volume of Scripture I time; Arrive 10 00 a. m. . . .Enterprise ve lOW< )a. ',>'- i( of and sods ot.
the of the ancient
history inhabitants Rebuild
rails, coots mudhens, plovers gallinules be-I your ladder and climb and -
lated train and failed to reach h i liar su
t of this Western Hemisphere as the climb. General Passenger and Ticket 0-Hce, 122 West Bay St., Ja ksonvllle. ,
snipe, woodcock ?
sandpipers To
In time for the meeting got here somme 1 p
I tatlers. curlews wild turkeys partridges Bible is the record of God's dealings -; Ella Wheeler Wilcox F, M. IROMON'GER JiU Ass'tGen: ',-* Asrent, 12;Wast Bav st.:Jacksouvitte,F' '_ build,
ti during the night and made us a VI. G.COOPRR. .
; JR. Freight A :eot '
with the people of the Eastern Kemis- ; C. P. tOVELl,. Saperiatenaeut. mlDlng
or quail turtle doves and robins pleasant call Friday. He the Foot of HO?'an Street. '"ck-;)'iviile. Fla .
: says phere. The book of Mormon has been THE GREAT GUEST COMES. | A C. HAGERTV.Gen'l East'u Pass. Agt.. ,,:W York. CLYDE MILNE. Gen'l Fr't.Agt,S.T; les. m
I? freight service in south Florida is in THEO G. EGER loge 9,
ranslatf-d into fouteen different languages V.-P. and G. M. '
.
e : All others are non gtme: birds. condition than General Offices Pier 3G descrl}
even a more deplorable North River..
Branch 290 New Tort
and its sale reaches into the While the cobbler mused there -, Broadway, which
--
NOT PROTECTED. here for the reason that they have a passed r ---
thousands and is increasing every his pane duchy,
English sparrows, big and little blue l arge orange crop and the growers are '10"- :' ': '
4 day. The Bible Book of Mormon, A beggar drenched by the 10"'r: --:. ;." --f--., :' -___'::' : ; the 01or'
\ darters (Cooper's and sharpshinnedhawks anxious to get the crop to the New driving use
Doctrine and Covenants and Pearl of rain, ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS i._ ;' :
), the great horned owl York market in time for the Christ PAYABLE IN; ADVANCEALL k
crow Great Price standard works of I
are He called him from the "f', de.
stony street
w ricebird, meadowlark jackdaw and mas and New Year holidays and findit or
the church. And gave him shoes for
butcherbird (strike) are not protected impossible to do so. Mr. Johnsonwas his bruised
A notable feature of the Mormon feet. ,
Hunters may take their game home formerly clerk of the circuit court ; \
conference was the optimistic .tone The boggar went and there OUR CLUB LISi
;., with them within the state but not for Polk county, but is now in the real of the churchmen's remarks. They asserted crone, came n

for sale. estate business and is suceeding well.
that the wrok was growingat Her face with wrinkles
OPEN SEASON FOR GAME BIRDS. He was a member of the seventh regi of sorrow .; t1-' -
= itans
a rapid rate and the membershipof sown -- ---
Quail ment during the civil war and has ) -
i or partridges and wild turkeys the church was daily argumented. A bundle of or cat

: November to February, both many old comrades in this county There areupwards of 10,00 members And she was faggots bowed her back I SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE ::
spent with the :
Inclusive. some; of whom he met Friday. He wasa wrench of
of the Mormon church in the and rack. '-, -- -,'< :- .: ', .. any
: -- -- : = __
'
-
-- -
Ducks: October to March both -telusive. n fine soldier as he is now a"fineitizeu. --- ::: : : ; : : 8
southern states mission which comprises He ,.. sue
gave her his loaf and steadied her 1[ ;;
I ten states. Of this number load, Y invent
t j' ditionTO '
r 1.500 are ,in the Florida conference.Messrs. And she took her -.
Friday
The Ocala public school closed way on the weary WEEKLY.
The Case Against Chas. W. Smith afternoon for two weeks for the Smith and Roberts left todaytor road. IT i 1H ran
The trial of Chas. W. Smith St. and t
jailer Augustine. I
Then
to his
Christmas and New Year vacation. door came a little child,
THE
5: ; indicted for larceny of a bull, engaged Before the closing hour of the afternoon Some of the peculiarities- of the j Lost and afraid in the world so wide, OCALA WEEKLY) BANNER and The &m sold 1

"s the attention of the circuit court session Mr. Workman principalof Mormon church not generally known In the big, dark world. Catching it up, & Weekly Jacksonville Times-Uni- one year $1.$ pOSe'
all day Thursday. The facts of this to the people hereabouts: l .
rendl
He led it
home
the with to its
school was presented a mother's arms THE OCALA WEEKLY
case are about as follows: Mr. Smithpurchased is D BANNER and The Thnce: _
The Mormon church ruled by the stoclo7ri
Out of the
reach
of of
beautiful scarf pin by the pupils the world's alarm
a bull of a certain description the high school department and Prof. following organization: There is M a-Week New York World, one year . .,\6a any

from a certain party in the woods.which president and two councellors constituting and
1 Matics was also given a lovely scarf The day went down in the crimson TUB OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The .etly 1 T\
= turned
out to be the propertyof pin. Miss Sara McCreery, the other the first quorum or council; west \; Atlanta Constitution and
t another party or at least it bore twelve then councilof one .f 175 .
next apostles
a
teacher of this department, receiveda ; And with !it the hope of the blessed bu s
his mark: and brand. Mr. Smith refused seventy, which is followed by a Guest THE OCALA WEEKLY oth I
,'. beautiful gold hat pin as a Christmas BANNER and The Atlaa

to, pay for the animal a second gift all of which was greatly appreciated presiding bishopric with a bishop and And Conrad sighed as the world turned IJ Selnl-Weekly Journal one $115
time and the ownerof the bull year. . . ed
two counsellors. Then there is a patriarch
by the recipients. The teachers gray: : 1 p
or supposed owner, went before the who must be blood relaion of D THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER
.a of the other grades were remembered a "Why is it Lord, that Your feet delay and The Cos- thi

; grand_nd an indictment followSmith'was by the childrn with various lit- the founder of the church by descent, ?" moner (W. J. Bryan's Paper) one year. .$1.f| ;
.( eydr 0
.. whose office is merely ordination and
tie gifts and remembrances and quitea Then soft, in the silence a Voice he
rt'r: very ably and ardently blessing.The THE OCALA WEEKLY BAXTER and The Toleo na
P number of different fruits and other heard: $ r '

trunk represented by Mr Carlos Sis- articles were contributed by the pupilsfor church is divided into flityflts 'e "Lift up your heart, for I kept my i; : Blade (Weekly) one year .$1.' pt of
and Mr.
Edwin
W. Davis in his the baskets, which will be di states at present, and these may 1 be word.

y usual very strong and forceful .manner ..t.tn4 .. increased indefinitely. The present Three THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Saran St
fn the noor bv the Kir
k took. Mr.care Smith's of the state's interests. Daughters on Christmas day. The I stakes are subdivided into six hundredand door; your friendly I g nah' Weekly News, one year . . . .$I.i :.- :,< Ii i
good character and
vacation will doubt be fifty wards. Salt Lake City is Three times
no
a very pleasant my shadow was on il
:'splendid your .
citizenship was put in evidence divided into of these
'i< one and will be greatly enjoyedby now thirty-three floor DAILY.THE I

and there was no dispute as to both pupils and teachers. Several stakes over which presides a pre sl- I was the beggar with bruised feet 1- .

his, purchase of the animal, which, dent and two counsellors. Each ward ; -
of the teachers expect to to the I was the
go I woman
his you gave to eat; &j 1
attorney
said
destroyed felonious
,. intent his any annual meeting of the teachers at has a bishop and two counsellors and I was the child on the homeless OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Da YSa-! }
on
part and hence ;
these are responsible for heir wards. "
St. Augustine. V\S
street.
,. .the jury was bound to acquit him. Mormonism has practically abolished vannah :News, one year . . . . .f I2.a0( ,

+r The court in his charge, maintainedthis Mr Charles -From a poem by Edward Markham, '1 >> THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Daily r
Wesley Hunter, of Fort pauperism and idlesness. The era in the December Delineator.fa Ii

view also, and said that the In- Fremont, S. C., who was visitor to blem of Utah is the beehive, and the Jacksonville Times-Union, one year . .?12.50 = (
: tent must be shown to be feloniousbut a
Ocala several weeks ago for se"eraldays motto is industry. Pointed' Paragraphs.. THE OCALA Atlanta
DAILY
that the jury should \S BANNER and The Daily t
be clearly has returned to this city to re They regard the negro race as for Sweet pleasures often leave a bitter 'S I
convinced that his' Intent was genuine side. During his brief visit here before bidden. No negro can rise in the taste. (N Journal, one year ... . .. . .3.50

and not feigned. he made quite a number of: Mormon church, nor can he affiliate Grafters of a fenthcr do not often Journal (including Sunday), one ear. .?10.04

The jury in this case was composed friends who
of. the following gentlemen: J. R. that he will reside, here permanently. set its fiat against social or other Avoid (tho man who U 11111\111/\ luIt's \o, ...

Moorhead, E. M. Howard, J. A. Thomas ilr. Hunter will ....
be connected with equality. not your funmtt t'A-: !!t 1'i- -
J. D.. Parkham 1" .ii """ -' -= "'"
and J. J. Stevens. his father-in-law lit E. L. Maloney, Colonies of the church am flrnlrl The man In-hind Ilia .drum ghditM l
., After being out about two hours SUBSCRIPTIONS
returned manager of the Ocala House. Mr. Hun ing especially in Mexico and in South not work to lout t tha ),Ii inl, PAYABLE ADVANCE
: a verdict of "not "
guilty. ter's wife and little girl who accompanied .-Jacksonville Metropolis. Sow good il" 1111 t",1ny" It you wouM -, ---- ------
Mr. Smith had
r a stenographic reportof him to this city on his first -- reap hanplrifK' iMnorrow' Address All Orders to fJ
the evidence and expects to havesame '
visit have been the guests of M rs. Florida a Big State. Men who are honestor policy will
=_
Y printed. and Mrs. Maloney at the Ocala HousesClce The area of Florida is" greater than be dtahoni for( Ulft arihltl 11111t, THE 'OCALA BANNER

Among the shoppers and business that time. the combined areas of Connecticut, ,This would. have, a feliortami fncmory-- ,

'' Delaware District of Columbia, Mas. weather prophets hould hoof tl ll\ll, OCALA FLORIDA.
visitors ,in Ocala Friday we noted the The south Florida "new comer"of is' I ,
sachusets, New Hampshire, New Jer I ItDo
r following: Mr. A. J. McLaughlin, still waiting for the True Democratto ---
'' soy, Rhode Island Vermont, Mary an you\ wouldt\ \ ilone by I when .t
Fairfield; Mr. A. M. Goodwin, of Mar- publish those railroad assessment ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS '
land and the embryo state of Porto discover( PAYABLE N ADVANCE
you to
enyono trying 'Jo
h tel you.
: Mr.-Bert Newbern, of Leroy; Mrs.E. | figures.-Pensacola Journal.
Rico. It is the largest state east of Chicago Now, ', .. .. -.', '
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; C. McLeod and her sister; Miss Mrs. Hardy C, Croom and infsntson i'Ii: ) 't\-"' .: ::;: JC- -
the Mississippi river except Georgia. .. ,. \
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#
Carter, of Kendrick; Mrs. W. F. left Monday for their home in -- -
> r' Now what do you think of that.- Mr. Adam White, of CHra, was numbered '--
, Lowry and Miss Blanche Lowry, of Tallahassee They were accompanied thC ter the war Mr. White lived 'In 't-k' i Mr And Mr, Henry H. Hunt who
.Tampa Tribune. We have been caned among many visitors to .
Homosassa; Conductor George Mel a- by Mrs. Croom's sister, Miss I down on our geography,but it occurs to Ocala Saturday. Mr. White and the as-that portion ot Texas i 1l? have been Ugu 8b. of Mr. and Mrs. .
-tagin, of Dunnellon; Mr. and Mrs.Alf Daisy Bell who will Oliver First '--
spend the holidays Grant Weaton, on North
us that Florida is even larger than editor of ibis paper are, from the from travel-and h a *are it Ii{ hd
Proctor, of Pedro; Mr. and Mrs. in that city. Mr. Croom, whoairs. has I same In bttt'et. 'let* B&UmUyAtnoon for their ,
Georgia.
county middle Florida and he aggeratlon to that he
E, L. Howell and Mr and for the past eight months been in say fcft\f U Iilals h mu in Allanta.Mtlitt .
.- was In a reminiscent mood and! told as a thousand wild (urWys
George Stewart, of Anthony; G. B. Asheville, N. C., has already arrivedin Miss ibn1
Eugenia Fuller, who is a senlor of many Incidents that ought to be i time and that he and his t
Tankersley of Coleman Mr. Adam Tallahassee tiTiiialliibd\ tuna who teaches
; and he and Mrs. Croom this Goodyear,
year at Agnes Scott Institute rreemed In history and shall take in little htte
we
a killed
> tw&K&rs
ft
Rots of Reddick and Dr.. A. M. Me- expect to make that city their home at Decatur, Ga., l ttun1 nt }) nntUon. came up Saturday
came home Saturday; occasion when we have more load and
thtlb. \
spaceto gon
: Itiif'
of .' for the present. fehernooa
Bride, Holder. -" to tpad the Christmas
to spend ten days at home.- refer to them at length. Just af- countteit ta uuhtteh ,
1t 't iii dolt'oath hr parents.


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canals business for, but the not purposes as a. of 'Its own NOTICE OF APPLICATION 'TO THE :NOTICE. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE. '
common 1
carrier GOVERNOR I I
OF
THE
having none of the STATE OF LETTERS PATENT. k"s
privileges of rights and FLORIDA FOR AN AMENDMENT I In the Circuit Court of the Fifth In Marion Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial *J Y

i HE OI L none of the ,duties common, obligations carriers-; or OF THE CHARTER OF THE Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for NOTICE is hereby given, that we, Circuit of Florida. <
or Ha. MARTEL LUMBER Marion County-In Chancery.A. ,
Diuues of COMPANY. the undersigned four weeks after the -
44 ,SO BURRS common carriers; to Monroe, Robert Monroe and N. first publication of this notice will Tampa & Jacksonville Railway Corn-
lease
2SSni.COMInict', and maintain Notice is hereby given that on the McDonald and D. J. McEachern, as apply to the Governor of the Stateof pany a Corporation Organized and '
(: 6 1U'1 uMA1 IM to stills and'plants 7th day of January, 1907 at Tallahassee copartners doing business under 'the Florida, for Letters Patent to issue Existing Under the Laws of the I

For sale stores,; foreign purchase 'and sell naval Florida, application will be made firm name of Munroe, McDonald & under the following proposed darter: State of Florida, vs. Irene B. Brew
by or domestic
Tydlngs & to by the
MARTEL
Company.. ; construct LUMBER COM G. W.. EASTERUNG
Co. ,
complainants, vs. M. A. Alexander
purchase, lease er.-Notice of Condemnation Pro- '
and PANY
charter for
an amendment to its charter
i< I I R. S. HALL
i steam vessels R. G. Alexander, defendants-Order '
and
other
"lQTICE OF craft to be as follows: J. C. BOOZER. ceedings. ; -
.. APPLICATION FOR operated for Constructive Service.It ;;
to
and from
( H.ARTER. United States 1. That the third clause of the char COPY OF THE PROPOSED CHAR Notice is hereby given to all persons
ff and Foreign Countries; to load ter of the Martel Lumber Company is ordered that the defendants TER OF THE EASTERLING. interested in or having a lien .

'Notice is hereby'given anddischarge cargoes of freight of be stricken out and that in lieu there- herein named, to-wit: M. A. Alexan- DRUG COMPANY. on the following described property,
that the un- any kind to lease der and R. G. Alexander be and they
,dersigned ,intend to apply to ; own and operate :. of the following be inserted as the We, the undersigned, hereby associate situate, lying' and being in Marion -
the Gov. terminals are hereby required to Appear to the
error of the State of Florida warehouses, docks, marine third clause In said charter, to- of ourselves together for the purpose county, Florida, and more particularly -
bill
on the railways and elevators complaint in this cause on or
wit
and
to do :
all
T2Sth of becoming under described follows to-wit
as
day of January A. D., 1907 tor classes before incorporated :
.of
Letters Patent on the stevedoring connected 3. The amount of cpatial stock the Laws of the State of Florida applicable A. strip of land one hundred and "
the 17th of Dec. 1906. _
proposed therewith Monday, day
< will be Two
Hundred Thousand Dol- '
to corporations for profit. fifty feet wide situate in the north-
,charter,..copy of which is hereto at- To .do: all such other thingsas lars, consiting of two thousand It is further ordered that a copy of Article 1.NAME. west quarter of section 10, township

tached the original of which Is on are incidental or conduct shares of the par value of one hun this order be published once a week 14, range 20, and more particularly

le in ,the office of the Secretary of ive to the attainment of the dred dolalrs each and that the said for four consecutive weeks in the The name of this corporation shall described as follows: Seventy-five -

State at Tallahassee, Florida. objects of any of them above named, capital stock of the said corporationshall Ocala Weekly Banner a newspaper be THE EASTERLING DRUG COMPANY :
feet on each side of the center line
GEO. F. ARMSTRONG which may be conveniently carried be in follows published in said county and state. =
, on paid as : One hun- and its principal place of
JOHN R. WILLAIMS, and done in connection therewith I t dred and twenty thousand dollars of This second day of November, 1906. business shall be OCALA. Marion of the survey of the Tampa & Jack-

I to W. N. CAMP. which may be calculated to directly the stock will be paid in by-a conveyance (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK, County, Florida; but it may, establish sonville railway "company, starting ata =

I :U1 O. T. GREEN, or indirectly enhance the value of I I to the corporation of mills, machinery Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County, offices and agencies in any other placeor point on the center line of section :E

. F. D. M. STRACHAN, or render profitable any business or,I mules, carts, lands, timber, Florida. places in or out of the State of 10, five hundred and twenty-nine (529) x
GEO. P. WALKER property of the company. timber rights, and other property By George Leitner, D. C. lorida. feet west of the center corner of the

I -, ROBT. W. GROVES. ARTICLE III. situated in Marion county, Florida, Hocker and Duval, Article II. said sec. thence east eight degrees and

: \ The undersigned do hereby associate The amount of capital stock author. the just valuation of which has been Complainant's Solicitors, 11-9 BUSINESS.The fifty-five minutes east to the north '

J themselves together as a body ized by the corporation will be Two fixed by the corporators at said sum general nature of the business to line of said section 10, and contain-

l corporate under the provisions of the Hundred Thousand Dollars, divided of one hundred and twenty thousand NOTICE. be transacted is: ing nine and three-tenths acres, more 5,

statute laws of the State of Florida into two thousand shares of the par dollars." 1906 1. To buy and sell drugs, seeds and or less; to be and appear before this
and do publish the following articlesof value of One Hundred Dollars per 2. That the fifth section of said 1. Taxes taxes are HOW due. all articles usually bought and sold Honorable court on the
due
incorporation: I share payable in lawful money of j i i charter be amended by striking out are and payable on in conducting a wholesale and retail Fourth d4Y of February, A. D., 1907, y:, v
: ARTICLE I. the United States the same to be non- <,|:the words "second Wednesday in December the first Monday of Novemb each drug business; same being the first Monday of said

K The name of this corporaltion shall assessable, and to be issued when the I ," and substituting therefor year. 2 To fill prescriptions!! ; month and a rule day of said court

the "MUTUAL MINING COMPANY money therefor has been paid into. the I the words third Tuesday in March." 2. Personal and poll taxes must be 3. To own and operate a soda fountor to show cause, if any why said property '

>The principal place of business of this treasury. 3. That the sixth section of said paid at the same time that real estateis soda fountains, ice cream and soft should not be condemned and

_corporation shall be at Ocala, Florida ARTICLE IV. 'charter be amended by striking out paid on, if the assessments are to drink parlor, dealing in such drinksas taken for uses and purposes as shown ,

, : with such Branch offices as maybe The term for which this company therefrom the words and figures "fifty the same party. is customary; by the petition filed herewith, or else

adopted by the board of directors. shall exist shall be ninety-nine years. thousand, $50,000.00," and substituting 3. If possible come in person to 4. To buy, own, sell and control to be barred of all right, title and in- _

I ARTICLE II. ARTICLE V. therefor the words and figures, pay your taxes. Paying by mail or all kinds of real and personal prop- terest whatsoever in and to said

|. The general nature of the business The business of this corporationshall "one hundred thousand, $100,000.00." through other parties, is frequently erty; property.In .

t to be transacted by this corporationshall be conducted by a President, 4. That the following clause be unsatisfactory' : 5. To do all things necessary reason- witness whereof, I have hereuntoset

| be: to carry on the business of Vice-President, who shall also be ,added as a part of said charter, to- 4. When you come to pay your taxes able and requisite in 'carrying out the my hand and affixed the seal of

mining and prospecting: for phosphate General Manager Secretary and I wit: "This corporation shall, at its bring a description from your deedor purposes of this corporation. said court, this 15th day of December
and all kinds of minerals and'other.materials Treasurer, both of which offices may I i:annual meeting to be held each year latest tax receipt of what you wish Article III. 1906.

:' to erect works, plants, ma- be held by the same person, if desired -|!hereafter, or as soon thereafter as it to 5.pay Don't on. CAPITAL STOCK. (seal) y. T. SISTRUNK,
and I[ be to do so, elect a wait till last few days of of the stock uf this
Jehlnery. to search for, prospect and by a board of 7 directorsof may practicable The amount capital Clerk Circuit Court.
*.jnii o phosphate and phosphatic materIals I whom the President, Vice-President, 'Board of Directors of the Company, time to pay, then expect the best ser corporaticn shall be TEN THOUSAND By George Leitner, D. C. .'

,' { and other mineral substances; to 'I' Secretary and Treasurer shall be :each of whom shall be a stockholder vice either by mail or in person. The DOLLARS, ($10,000.00), divided into F. M. SIMONTON.

crush wash smelt reduce and otherwise members. All of said officers of said :'of this Company, and the said Boardof rush is then on and delays are una One Hundred Shares of the par val- Attorney for Petitioner. 12-21. -
voidable.
render marketable the same; I corporation shall be stockholders [ Directors to be composed of not You must take your turn ue of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS,

to purchase, lease, sell and dispose therein and all of said officers shall I more than seven members and not as it comes. ($100.00), each, all of which said au- s
thereof and develop the resourcesof be elected by the stockholders at their !less than three." You must have your property prop- thorized capital stock shall be payablein ,

any such mines and property annual meeting to be held on the last (seal) J. K. KELLEY, erly assessed, if you wish to avoid cash.

whether belonging to this company or Tuesday in December of each year. 12-7-5t Secretary. trouble in payment of taxes. The collector Article IV. ItWillh.
F. shall be President cannot alter the valuation or TERM.The .
not, and to carry on the business ofa George Armstrong -
trading company in all its branches. NOTICE OF A MEETING OF THE description of assessments found on term for which this corporationshall -

To carry on the business o.f phosphate John R. Williams shall be Vice-Pres-. STOCKHOLDERS OF THE MAR. the tax books. exist is Ninety-nine years. 1\ .
You
!
miners and grinders manufacturers idett and General Manager. ; TEL LUMBER COMPANY FOR E. L. CARNEY Article. Pay !

of superphosphate! ammonia Robert W. Groves shall be Secre- THE PURPOSE OF INCREASING 11-9-tf Tax Collector. OFFICERS.The .
-f
v fixed or dissolved'guano and other tary and Treasurer; and with O. T. THE CAPITAL STOCK OF THE business of this corporationshall -'-- "
Green William N. P.i GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SETTLE be conducted by a President, I'
II chemical fertlUzers, makers and refiners Camp, George l SAID COMPANY. .
of sulphide acid and sulphateof Walter and Frank. D. M. Strachan MENT AND FINAL. DISCHARGE a Vice-President, a' Secretary and You have any Real Estate -

ammonia, seed crushers and oil re- shall constitute the first board o{ directors I Notice is hereby given, that a Notice is hereby that Treasurer, and a Board of Directors, I Ir to sell, '
finers and oil cake manufacturers and all of said officers to be Continued meeting of the stock holders of the given on the composed of not less than three nor .
27th day of December, A. D., 1906.at than five to be elected at the i
I
Importers of and dealers in Peruvianand in office and conduct the business MARTEL LUMBER COMPANY will more OR .
other guanos, phosphate, nitrate f f the corporation until the election be held at its place of business at the court house in Marion county, annual meeting of the Stockholdersto
and qualification:of their successors Martel Florida, on the 7 day of Jan- Florida, the under signed as guardianfor be held on the second Monday in Youfre
of soda, sulphate ammonia, and sim- the minors, Katie MaUMcInfyre, thinkingof.comiug ,.
a the first election to be held under o'clock The February, A. D. 1907, and annually IF
liar substances and products.To at uary, 1907, at one p. m. and Hellen McIntyre, win present to Florida for a home. '
my thereafter the second Monday in
1 on
purcnase'fcnd otherwise acquire, the provisions of this article. object of the meeting being to au- '
accounts and vouchers to the Hon.
I February in each ; provided, that
ARTICLE' VI. thorize and vote an increase of the year
build erect and maintain I
equip any Joseph Bell, county judge in and for
the offices of Secretary and Treasurer ORYou1desire
of indebtedessor 'I
The highest amount capital stock of the said Company J
factories Marion county, and make my final be held by one and the same '
this Dollarsto may
to which corporation Thousand
liability from Twenty-Five
I settlement and apply for final discharge
\ leges and property PriVi-1 shall at any time subject itself shall be ,, Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. Stockholder. The following named to inyest in any
exemptions as guardian of the said mi
I f' description, whether real or personal Two. Hundred Thousand Dollars..; 1 I .(seal) J. K. KELLEY, nors from the said court. this officers corporation shall conduct until those the business elected at of I IF kind of Florida property,
ARTICLE VII.
12.7 5t Secretary
which be deemed useful or conductive Dated June 19th 1906.
may ,
jf.
t the first annual meeting shall qualify;
the subscribers to!
The names of -- TO SEE r
I: to the attainments of any of A. McINTYRE, -
President G. W. Easterling Vice-
I follows / .and NOTICE.Of ;
the objects of the company; and to these articles are as : :I As guardian of Katie Mai and Helen President, R. S. Hall; Secretary and OR WRITE
is set
: use manage develop, let, sell, exchange their places of residence!: with/ oppo-the i Mcintyre, Minors. 6-22-6m Treasurer, J. C. Boozer; Board of Di-
together
., or otherwise turn to account site each name, :. Application for Tax Deed Under rectors, G. W. Easterling, R. SHall

or deal with or dispose of the same ,. each.amount of stock subscribed .for by. .Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of NOTICE OF APPICATION FOR and J. C. Boozer. J. HilIYING TON. & SONS'

aa may be necessary or advisable forth Florida. LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S Article VI.

purpose of, the company.To Shares! o! LAND. INDEBTEDNESS.The /
acquire any inventions or thefight Name Residence Capital Stock. highest amount of indebtednessshall I OCALA FLOpID.

to use any inventions, capable oft George P. Armstrong, savannah Ocala, I'll.GI\.a;: .'(600 oo Notice is hereby given that, J. T. Notice Is hereby given that on the not at any time exceed TWENTY It

eing used" for any purpose connected William John R. Williams N. Camp Alachua HH : fan .Hall, purchaser of tax certificate No. third day of January, A. P., 1907, I THOUSAND DOLLARS, .(f20,- 1 -.. .,

with any of the business or operat' Robert W. Groves Slaraunah. (.s. I 12C, dated July 1, 1901 and certificateNo. will apply to Honorable Joseph Bell, 000.00).
' a of the company, and to acquireor F. I) !Mrachan. Brunswick. 'la,: I } county judge In and for Marion count Article VII.
P. Walker Savannah oat 42, dated the 2nd day of June, A.
cause to be applied for and obtain. George 0. T. Green. Ocala. Fla. 1 ty, state of Florida, at his office in SUBSCRIBERS.The WiA
ed any letters patent or concessionsof A., 1902, has filed said certificate in Ocala, in said county, for an order names and places of residence I

,analogous character in respect of Witness the signatures of the sub-. my office and has made applicationfor authorizing me as guardian of the together with the amount of the Cap / SEEDS !

any inventions and to grant and issue scribing incorporators: tax deed to issue in accordancewith minor heir of the estate of James :M. ital Stock subscribed for by each is

licenses*for the use of 'any such GEO. F" ARMSTRONG, 600 shares, Ii Benton, deceased, to sell at private as follows; ; -----
embracesthe
certificate
inventions upon such terms and conditions WILLIAM, N. CAMP. 600 shares, law. Said sale the following property belongingto I G. W. Easterling, Ocala Fla., I

as may be deemed expedient.To JOHN R. WILLIAMS, 600 shares, following described property sit. said estate, to-wit: All of. block 50 shares.R. If you can't buy "

sell .or otherwise dispose of all 0. T. Green' 1 share uated in Marion. county, Florida, to- thirty-four of Caldwell's Addition to. S. Hall Ocala Fla., 25 shares.J. seen: from your dealer

or any part of the business, propertyand GEORGE P. WALKER, 1 share, wit: 10 chains north and south by 8 the city of Ocala, Marion county, state: C. Boozer, Ocala, Fla., 25 shares. "S ecial" wholesale
assets of the company, and to ROBERT W. GROVES, 1 share, of Florida, except lots seven, eight, ties, buy seed from the
\ accept in payment for any property F. D. M. STRACHAN:, 1 share, chains east and west in northwest nine and ten of Benton's subdivision ... State of Florida, ', arid get the best at

sold by1' the company or otherwise disposed j I corner of southeast quarter, section of said block thirty-four as per County of Marion.On hhve all the standard

)bf, or for work done, services State of Georgia," 125, township 12, range 21, also all of the plat of said sub-division recordedin this day personally came G. W. ithe valuable new sorts.

rende ,d. moneys expended. Snares, County of Chatham, the southwest quarter of southeast the office of the clerk of the cir Easterling, R. S. Hall and J. C. :

stock: debentures, or obligations of I hereby certify that:* before me personally southwest quarter of cuit court of :Marion county, Florida. Boozer, to me well known to he the I/ D. H. G I L B :
except
quarter
and to hold, deal with appeared George F. Armstrong Said land belonging to the estate of individuals described in and who

any' impany of the same. William N. Camp, John R. southwest quarter of northeast quarter the said James M. Benton deceased, subscribed their names to the foregoing Monticcilo.1 I F :
and spose Robert W.I| Groves, GeorgeP. 12 south of said articles of incorporation and ack-.
and otherwise acquireand Williams, section 25, township to be sold for the best interest

To, ndertake purchase all or any part of th'ebuss Walker and O. T.| Green, each of range 21 eas.t.! 'minor heir. nowledged before me that they sub,
of whom are to me well known "as the This 26 day of November 1906.( scribed the same for the uses and pur! .
: ss, property or liability any the fore- The said bind being assessed at the :therein set forth and expressed:
on any bus- persons who subscribed to MRS. CARIRE K. BENTON. poses i A FEW "
othe company carrying going articles and date of the ['issuance of such certifi' 11-30-51 Guardian. In witness whereof I have hereunto ;
authorized
is -
meal which this company possessed of any each of whom acknowledged beforeme cate in the name of C. W. White and set my hand and official seal this thg. ,
1p carry on, or he the said articlesof 19th day of December, A. D. 1906.( I -
suitable for the purposes of that signed parties unknown. Unless said certificate Order"A
; prof rty incorporation as f>ne of the sub- shall NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. 'I (seal) F. W. DITTO, .
be.redeemed accordingto
this company. Public. I
stock scribers to said articles and each of Notary
; TJ issue shares in either the capital as fully or said subscribing incorporators ac- law, tax ,deed will issuse thereonon Under and by virtue of a certain final My commission expires 21st day 01 B. H.

of pis! company, ,in exchange for any knowledged before mej that he had sub- Vhe 26th 1 day of December. A. D., decree in chancery made and enteredon March, 130S. J 12-21-4f Phone 1855.
paid
. y up ;
p scribed for the amount of capital
or obligations the 3rd day of November, 1906, by
for shares !
about
or 1ST-A pointer dog twj
c piuvv.ty or corporation, stock set opposite his name.I 1906.Witness ifcy official signature and the Hon. W. S. Bullock judge of the ;
other company
L of |ny in the United further certify that I am a duly circuit court of the fifth judicial circuit years old; white and liver colored,
whither Incorporated seal this the 22nd day of November, '
elsewhere, having objects the commissioned Notary-Public, under of Florida, sitting in chancery dark dots in white; answers to name McIVER and a

b: Staee or or similar in whole or part to the laws of Georgia, and that my A. D., 1906.1seal | for Marion county, in a certain cause of "Jake." Suitable reward for his r4-
sase as, commission as such official is now in ( ) I S. T. SISTRUNK, therein pending wherein Ella Lloyd
I thf e of this company. does not expire until twentyfourth covery Address W. E. Tydings, Silver (-
i amalgamate with any other comply force, and D. 1910. Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County, was complainant and Henry L. Lloyd Fla. 11-17-tf J
to day of .August, A. Springs,
und | 1123ADMINISTRATOR'S defendant the undersigned
partnership. ,
was special
(: ; corporation, theme In witness whereof] I have hereuntoset Florida.
will offer for
objects in
with master chancery
1
the objects my sale and will sell to the highest and
similar to NOTICE OF
as or fourteenth day of December -
i lis company or any of them, upon or seal, this. A,the D, 190C.( i' FINAL. SETTLEMENT AND DIS best bidder for cash, before the court The Publisher's;: l..
conditions house door in Marion county, Florida
}: cy terms, under any J. ;?. GAUDRY CHARGE. I
(seal)
and with or without guar- Public. on the 7th day of January, 1907,
..
.istrlctlons\
.'(aI tees for the performance of any Chatham County, Ga. Notice is !hereby given that on the between the legal hours of sale, said day Cla imsos1aioe

obligation of any other person -, 8th day[ of May A. D., 1907, being the first Monday in said month

'Ip'eclal, State of Georgia, I\ the undersigned ,will present his and a legal sale day, the following described 1UNITED '-1-I

i or company. establish or procurethetocWoration County of Glynn. final accounts and vouchers to Joseph lands lying and being in Marion STATES COURT OF CLAIMS H.1VH a full ,stock of c

i of any company, society I hereby certify that I before Bell, county, judge. Marion county, couny, to-wit: The Publishers of Webster's. Internatloaal id! Burial Outfits. -
undertaking and Fraijik D. M. Stench. Florida at ''his office at Ocala and Beginning at a point 75 feet southof Dictionary allege that it' is,in actthe popu-, Rurbl rVw.es.
partnership or way of purchase sonally appeared known as one of the ,, make final settlement and apply for the northwest corner of lot 2 of lar Unabridged thoroughly re-edited in every with
by well in
and
everypartt
take detail vastlyenriched
1 subscribe or to me i to
f ;i,to or.otherwise and to an, who subscribed to the foregoing [final discharge administrator of I block 25, 0. S. Ocala, running thence the purpose cf adapting it to meet the larger, Embalming
i security persons and of J. Porter Smit, deceased. and severer requirements of another genera!
subSCiiptlOnr. of incorporation, acknowledge estate south 37 feet thence east CO feet,
I '' offer for public or private shares articles I \! tion." i ._......._. __._ .. :
he signed : November, 2, NaGlechgesRtttli'
r. the sale of the before m that 1906.T. north 37 feet, thence west 60 feet to We are of the opinion that this allegation .r- ,
to negotiate of any such articles of Incorporation as N. SMITH, the point of beginning, the said 37 most clearly and accurately describe the; .'..,. ,
bonds: and obligations the said Administrator and the : '
:
articles As of the Estate of J. work that bas been aecompHsUed ; *
east
said 60 feet
or and of the subscribe to feet north and south by result thathDs been reached. The Dictionary
< society undertakes cne
company of the said subscribing incorporators Porter Smith, Deceased. ll-2-6m and west is in the southwest cornerof as it now stands bas been thoroughly reedited -, tt 'a your fmiiiztr. To ppKhir
to make any thereto. and as one acknowledged before me lot 2 of block 25 Old Survey. Ocala.H. in every detail baa been corrected in: i ...Uisfnctoiy result, it 1I..t com..ui '
agreements in relation NOTICE. every part and is admirably adapted to meet. ) lax than cent. of nctuLIjPotash
amountS net 10
the HAMPTON per
: raise money for the 'he had subscribed for :M. the larger and severer requirements of a
-a: To borrow or to create stock set opposite his name. 12-7 Special Master in Chancery. generation which demands more of popular}
purposes of the company; debentures : capital that I am a.duly The annual meeting of the stockholders philological knowledge than any generation':
execute and issue bonds or I further certify of the Marion Hardware Co., that the world haaever contained.
and other Public haunder NOTICE. It is perhaps needless to add that we refer: -TjI
stocks, mortgages otherwise, commissioned Notar, d will be held at their office in Ocala to the dictionary in our judicial work as of
mstru'ments (to bearer or the Laws of is noW in Florida, on the second Tuesday of is hereby given that the4McGehee the highest authority in accuracy of definition
redeemable or perpetual) commissIon as such official Notice : and that in the future S3 inthe past it : The value of Potash ( Is
?r (iran
::ea
and either 15th the being
until 1907 same
therewith not xp ire January, (1 I Lumber Co.. a corporation will be the source of constant reference.
,lot the securing and repayment aU force, and does A D,1908. January 8, 1907, C I I i under the laws: of Florida will ap- CHAELESC.KOTI: ;Chi.UIIIUcI. i ;'' an established fact. Our pamphlet
'1 without charge upon of of electing officers I Brow- \\'REXCE vELVO1 I t'oran t"-gftwing contains aud-.ori. :
> or day wrereofl I have hereunto for the purpose ply to the Hon. Napoleon B. .
,
or any of the property of heto COpri: In witness. wrerdeo affixed and attending to such other businessas I ard, governor of the state of Florida. .JOIJ UArSTANTON j. 1 ij'ave information: -
: hand December before the meeting. cHkRLF9 is. 1IOWKT, --it i< free unon -
my
panT, otherwisecbasethe company set l"th day of may come en the i .. J J
:
/ or seal, this the I I i E. P. THAGARD 10th day of December, A. D., 1906, i I The clove refers to WEBSTER'SI request. ?.
'think fit. .;, A. D.. 1906. GEO1. H. SMITH I 1Z'14 Secretary.For for the following amendment for Ar- I
mono -
;;To'lend, invest and deal immediately witur'of'the (seal) j I Notary' Public. tide VI of the charter of said corporation I INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY

company with' 12.28Colts 1 : a Two Cent Stamp. which amendment has been I

red; upon such security or 'Stolen-From my A common process .has been discovered adopted by said corporation as re-j I I THE GRAND PRIZE .
manner as strayed or I (the hljrhe?t award)was given totheInterns.tional -
such
not
j I
:'security and in deter 1n" December i 18, 'sorrel to possess healing propertis f|qjired by law.Proposed at the World's fair,Et.Louis.
\ time to time may be < at p..dro, but surpassing any amendment.
place old nretofore
-. and,! years known for I ARTICLE VI. BET THE 'LATEST AND BEST ,
*4 loans or oth- mare "colt two ;n side of rihtI other drug. The discoverer will, ] amount of indebtednessor l ,0
| ;:raise money upon what The highest ; I
fee, for the purposes 'of the com: I, slendar, tali, scar whi e scars over her a two cent stamp X ,Pmulpl.tell anyone Fla. x liability to whiCh the corporation I"you mP 1';dfnfemtedfnOW" I ;3NassnaSL, p

iM"1'" fore leg, a few months it is. Address |!crn at any time subject itself shall I 'P't lHcn)*.taes,sent/ree. ,
:1Q'inake.: endorse and .exei. norse < 'It, eight Ibo! three hundred thousand dollars. I :' t EBS '
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: accept, icn sorrel -
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pearls M
diamonds j
bills of ex one white hindfor Brooches, with I McGEHEE LUMBER CO... G.&C. RRAM! co. : .
promissory notes :
face "
*" negotiable jnstrutea old, star 'in '! .their Toturn The finest in.the city, "all new ,]I II I 1 By O: J. ATcrTC':t: .PV3tl8HZR5. o7cnav.arI f ; ,
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LEARNING MONKEY TALK. PLANETARY '.VITALITY.Karthqvake I! 'Wkem Im C1i.klag. ; V ;

I "liaising the left arm as high as you RHEINAUER & COMPANY '; I

can will- relieve choking much more :>
Miss Simbnton, of Pittsburg, Writes I Can Take Place Only OB
-
MwieClabM.. rapidly than ,being thumped on the V
Hopefully ,From Congo Jungle. I back" said of the resident physicians
t A quake untnmkaoie.. one
is
moon now : -
of.a local hospital. "This shouldbe The leading Mercantile House in Ocala
Pittsburg; Dec., ,24.According to a because:the moon is as dead as a doornail ,
known for often a
ti i letterwhich has Just been received In OUf satellite Is "ever foreshadowing : more generally I
choked while eating when
person gets
this mother of Miss Ida our own ultimate doom like the
4. city by the there Is to thump him or
near
no one .
Veronica Simonton, the Pittsburg girl mummy at Egyptian banquets," but In her. Very frequently at meals and In our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department we have been more than, ordinarily.!

who went to Africa' to study_ the lan the meantime, If the Edinburgh teachIngs Review when they are ,at play children got busy all this season, for the imple reason that our offerings! appeal to the Ladies with::' .
has conceived the
page of the.monkeys, that.'}oung woman of seismology correctly, ,the Inhabitants of I I choked while eating; and the customary -, taste and an inclination towards economy .j
.
I : ,is, now. comfortably establishedIn manner of relieving them is to
earth console themselves for the
J : her bamboo hut in'the' Congo jun. havoc may wrought through earthquakes slap them sharply on the back. The Ladies Ready to Wear Tailored Suits in Broadcloth, Fancy'f
set the obstructlo
effect of this Is to
{ ._'. gle. by reflecting that they demonstratethe
Simonton left this 'country on I free, so that it can be swallowed. The Weaves and Silks. Prices from $13.50 to .1/f
t tc:: 'l' 'Miss vitality of. our planet In that distant same thing can be brought about by range 27.00.
and arrived at Fernan Yaz;
'" August 1 past when the moon actually
/ raising the left hand of the child flft!
. In:Africa on the"'1st of October. From quaked there may-some scientists declare RAIN COATS and ;
, high as possible, and the relief comes CLOAKBi58inch
that village she went in''a canoe up there must-have; been forms ol _
of
much rapidly. In happenings
more '
.
L .: .. the Congo, accompanied by a missionary animation on Its surface "Tbou:h talc I this kind there should be no alarm for Cravenette Coats iu grey, black and tan i\l . .$ .OO, 8.50, 10.00 and 15.00 '

t' :, ,from the Sleeping Sickness Mission moon by reason of its smaller size If a child sees that older persona or 50-in. Broadcloth Coats, in grey, black: awl tn, for dress occasions: $10.( 01-2.00,15.OO, It.OO 'j
\ bound lose its ntmo rIt a
: and a number.of-natives. The natives was to pb parents get excited it Is very liable: to Plaid Auto Lon<,Coats, latest efforts, for . . . . . .J' 84.50 to la.oO 1-
must have taken millions' to
\ '<. erected in the Jungle a hut for do so, and there have been years time become so also. The best thing Is ta A Big: Selection of Child en's Long Coats, ages 1 to Ifiyrsi prices range from $1.50 to 8.50
may
s" Miss Simonton In which she is now I tell the child to raise its left arm and : "
for the cycle of life from the primeval I
>r' ::, busy studying the chattering of the to sentient beings and down Immediately the obstruction passes Silk Waists in Mesaline, Taffetta and EEabutaltElaborately '.

t. ; monkeys. Two. hundred yards away germ again up to the hardiest lingering plant down the throat."-Philadelphia Rec trimmed and well tailored, from:$3.00 to 7.00 -

if t-.: ,.t t from this 'bamboo hut is a more substantial cells, to run its full circle." The writerIn ord.

;.. \ one, in which she sleeps at the Edinburgh Review continues to Humors of Translation. DRESS GOODS -

t :., \ night and In which two natives and develop this line of thought: Victor Hugo always translated the ;

.
? j;,::, : 'I the missionary are stationed constantly "Earthquakes are sign of planetary Firth of Forth as "the First of the
of Miss would to be char- Wo make special mention of the.! RHEINAUER'S BLACK. HIGH FOREIGN BROADCLOTH -.Higtr
c ,'i-' \ to go to the assistance vitality. They seem Fourth" and swore that he was right

r '" simonton' in case she should be attacked acteristic of the terrestrial phase of too, while Disraeli noted with amuse- following celebrated SILKS' i LUSTRE TAFFETA SILK manufac- Grade, chiffon finished, excellent quality

by wild. animals. This hut. is: development Effete globes ,like the ment "woebegone", as "douleur va- :: ;tured' exclusively for us by C. J. Bon- 52 I inches WI.d.in black and all

out of sight of the bamboo hut, but moon can scarcely be subject to the t'en.An early translator of Scott's i net & Cie., Lyons, France; 36 Inches

dose enough so that a revolver shot stress to which they are. due, :nor can "Bride of Lammermoor," had it as "La THE: MAXilNE-at'89 cents; every 'wide, at . . . . .$1.49 the !leading shades for street wear,

<. could 'be heard in case of.attack. they be very suitably constituted for Bride de Lammermoor," the second yard guaranteed; ; in. all the leading I per yard. . . . . 51.00
the propagation of elastic waves. Inchoate word meaning "bridle," and the same shades. -
her letter Miss Simonton 'says j
j In worlds, such as Jupiter and man rendered "Welsh rabbit" by "La- : SPECIAL- .

I she Is progressing rapidly] with her Saturn are still less likely to be the pin du Pays de Galles." The case of .: I Yard-wide Taffeta at. .750 and 98c EOLIENNE d3 LUXE42 lushes J

V work. She Is equipped with a phonograph scenes of reverberating concussions. "La Dernicre Chemise de 1Amour" for MONEYBAK TAFFETA Your CHIFFON PANAMA- Black, grey. '

t t upon which to record the cries Their materials have: not yet acquiredthe "Love's Last Shift" is classic, and -- in all the popular evening
money back if not satisfactory; 36 and all the other popular shades, rang- ,
of the monkeys. She believes she is cohesion. They are when the farce "Hit or Miss" was
necessary inches wide; standard price, .$t50jing I in price from 50 cents"to. .$1.25 i shades; special value at . .59 c
1; already able to distinguish words. pasty or fluid, 'If not partially! vapor done into French it aknostx was billed ;

ous. On the earth the seismic epoch as 'Trappe on Mademoiselle." That -' _._ ___ f
U> --'-"" '---- "'- -- -'--' ''' ---
A PROCLAMATION-BY THE GOV. presumably opened when, exterior solidification delightful piece in which Toole was at I I .

v. ERNOR. having commenced, the geological his funniest, "Walker London," was

t' ; ; _____ ages Jbegan to r.n. It will lastso referred to in a French newspaper as Clothing Department 1.ShJe Department i
"Lonclres Fronwae." TLe best
qui se i
In view of the one hundredth anniversary )long as peaks crumble and rivers
that the translator could do for the r /
i of the birth of General Robt. carry sediment, so long as the areal STYLISH WINTER CLOTHES I
FOR.
"Stickit Minister" was: "Le Minlstre ,HIGH CUT SHOES AT LOW CUT ;
E. Lee it seems proper to me that a distribution of loads fluctuates and Assassine." MEN AND BOYS. : i it
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strains evoke forces adequate for their I V ;.
'may proclamation from this office lookingto .1' ij PRICES ,
SUITS! : .
catastrophic relief. .
suitable celebration of the events 5
,'Onr Mote is by its elasticity kept BuyIng a Gift Book. Expert cutting and careful hand work: '. We maintain ; .
our reputation this t
timely. Gen-
would be and
appropriate The principle) of choice should in general insure correct medals' that retain a _
habitable. The separation of sea from J line and take special pride in ths :.vat-' V '
erel Lee was one of the best rounded follow the taste or neof the their shape to the end. ; S u'
dry laud is thus and not otherwise : ties we offer. ,1 i.
=i characters in the world's history. He friend; for whom you arc selecting a '

.was an accomplished; scholar, a Christ- maintained. The alternations of elevation book. Yet it is also well now and Men's Suits in the latest fabrics att t MERRIAM Shoes are COi1siiered' If f {

and subsidence manifest! the ecutimul then to open a new channel of interestby 7.00 $10.CO, $15.03 and 2000. the best wearers for the little folks i
!: I .ian gentleman an immortal military of l i t
activity of this reserve: ; en- giving; a volume outside of your I at. . .$1.CO to $l.50 {
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genius. No name, perhaps In all the ergy. The dimensions! of the globe we friend's habitual line. We are often Youths Suits at $5.00, $7.50, $12.00 r" .

realms of reading offers a finer example inhabit depend the balance of and $14.00Boys' 'GARDINER M
t
upon thankful to a friend who has drawn us WICHERT & Ladies' JI

{ :T for the emulation of our youth pressure and ,expansiveuess. Relaxation out of our mental sheep! tracks. Thereare r. t. Shoes are the highest grade of ,tyI !- i
Two Suits 3 to 17
f than the name of this modern and or enhancement of either Instantly a few, writers that stand as permanent PI.ece ages i 'ii ish-footw ar.$3. ? to !54.08Cr" .
Prices from
ranging $1.50 to $7.50 .
: knightly man.Wherefore .- occasions a bending inward or an figures in the modern literary I at .j' i. } f
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:
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;30 TT AND BANISTER shoes:
lit arching outward of the crust Just bj world-writers who have > .
it is requested. : given out OVERCOATS& SWEATERS>> 1 -I. t
for r.:; n are the acre of
: these sensitive reactions the planet it seminal ideas that seed and I 'r' chomaking, h i
First-That all the'schools in the beautifythe '
i. For Men, Youths and Boys. f : 'S- V S.3.C3 t o $3.CO t -
V 'V V state celebrate self slows itself to be alive and seis field of thought. Chief among these .! l' )
mic thrillings are the breaths it men are Shakespeare, Carlyle, Ruskin, tr '

January ,19, 1907, draws.-Current Literature. Emerson and Victor Hugo. Until a libra -. ..-----.P--,._ -.wocmra ij, f.._., __.., ... .__; ,____: .,
in such a'way as may be suggested
ry possesses at least the best writings I;

by-'the management of such schools. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. of these five men it is sadly deficient. In our Domestic Department we offer a thousand yards short lengths, of Outing: '
Second-It is further suggestedthat
t You are doing kingly service when you

every camp of veterans and ev Don't permit pretended friends to exaggerate make these men known to any thoughtful 4c regular price 8c; Yard wide Sheeting; best Calico 50, best Plaids in the market 6c..

;,- ery camp of sons in the state ar- mind.-Edwin Markham in Success.Met ,

range for a recognition of the worth Any man your is unreliable sorrows. when talking Rheinauer's Popular Dry Goods House'P.I.If \\
and sacrifice of this heroic soul. In His Match.
Vfc about his side of the case.
Rev. Matthew Wilkes
a celebrated
z this movement thee camps we know Most people expect a dollar's worth .
London preacher was caught in
a .-.- I
will have a cordial sympathy and as- of thanks for a fifty cent presentTo -- ---- ;
shower In the famous --
Billingsgate!
; r sis'tance of the daughters. be successful must know !'
4 one market, where the profanity of the The Original Porous Plaster.

-.f" Other southern states which have' when to grant an'] when to refuse con- women who sell fish there is proverbial. It's Allcock's, first introduced too .

not made Lee's birthday a holiday, it cesalons.A As he stopped under a shed the people sixty years ago, and to-j,

i is hoped, will follow a like course and discontented person is bail enoughto ,among them he felt called upon to at day undoubtedly has the largest ex-

.; in future, these, together with those live with, but a self satisfied person least give his testimony against their external remedy-millions being sold i i! FULL
t .is lots worse. wickedness. IXDIt SS 9PFEPAID
V
which have declaredit
states. already I
annually throughout the whole civflined :
Too many people think it isn't wrongto I t1 "Don't you think," said he, speaking j i ,,.- 2 .
: a legal holiday, will, as near as they I world. There have been imitations h i I

lie about a man who lives a hundred I with the greatest deliberation and
can, agree on a similar plan for its i I
to be but 5
miles sure, never has there
away. solemnity, "I shall appear as a swift EXPRESS
general celebration in the south.In .
After a man has earned your business witness against you in the day of been one to even compare with All- PREPAID
testimony whereof. I have here- cock's-the world's standard external
don't give it to the other fellow judgment?

unto set my hand and caused the Just to be contrary. "I presume so," said one. "for the remedy.For ,

i' i Great Seal of the State to be affixedat The average woman keeps a cook biggest rogue always turns state's a weak back, cold .on the chestor 1QTS, fI QT iIA2O {
any local pain the result of takingcold
the Capitol, in the City of Tallahassee Just long enough for the cook to peer evidence." or overstrain, there is nothing j i 110 J !

this the 19th day of Decem Into all the closets and get good looksat we know of to compare with this I rJ' -

ber, 1906. the family skeletons. .Atchison Wood at $8 a Pound. famous plaster. x \.
Globe. "French walnut is the finest wood:
N. B. BROW
ARD.
Governor.By we have," said the cabinetmaker. "It Irish Cobbler Seed Potatoes ;|I I DozDELIVERED

the Governor i Venison Once Cheaper Than Pork. comes from Persia, but it is preparedIn You want the earliest potatoes in ;

Time was along in the eary! forties France. I have seen French walnut your neighborhood. Plant the Irish I fOR

I ;": H. CLAY 'CRAWFORD, and the early fifties of the last century, worth $8 a pound, and it is a common Cobbler, round, white, and good yield-!

Secretary of State. that from the wilds of Morgan and thing to pay $2 a pound for It. Of ers; $2.65 per bushel, barrel, or car CO

Brown counties hunters would bring course it is used principally for veneer- load. Fred Harvey, Clearfield, Pa. $12

venison to market and sell it much Ing. Only millionaires"could have 12214t.

HARRY. THAW HAS A COLD. lower than pork was sold in that day, chairs and tables of solid French walnut ,

m-. pork being preferred by the Hoosier Mahogany, wonderful as it is. Lost-From the owner's residence, t

But He is Quite Likely to be Able to then to the red deer of the woods. It rarely fetches such high prices. From December the first a black shepherd HAS BLUM & COMPANY \

Appear for Trial on Jan. 21. was in that time that an entire wild $2 to $3 is a very good price per pound gyp with ring around her neck. An-

turkey full grown, would sell at a 'for this wood. Ebony, if it Is a particularly swers to the name of "Shep." Finder
All kinds of stories circulated large piece so that it will cut
,
were far .
below the
price
present appraise- will be rewarded. J. C. Howell. w A.4.. r
in the neighborhood of the Tombs pris ment of a scrawny spring chicken, anda well, will often bring $5 a pound in the f ---

on Christmas to the effect that HarryK. dozen quail could be bought for less I wood market" JacksonvilleFla.'V V

) Thaw was ill., Inquiry by Dr. Maguire money than it now takes to buy a Ij j Jerry Purnett
Filth K Doth End%. I 'V
settled the fact that he was not dozen links of sausage neither was Press Agent-That .ingenue Is as:
seriously afflicted. the quail required to masquerade as
green as they make 'em. What shall I Merchant
'I When Mrs. Harry K. Thaw "short billed snipe."- Indianapolis
came say about her? Manager-Give 'em c y s

down stairs after her daily visit she News. song and dance about her girlish fresh-

liVi was asked how her husband was. Loving Kindness. ness and her pure young art. Press Tailoring. Bit NU I LACIlth "9

"Oh, he seems to have a cold like Agent-And what shall I say about '
} My dog tried to bite me. I liked the Miss Passee's .
"Camiller You knowshe's
the rest of us, but nothing more than dog, so I kicked him lovingly in the

#x that," she. replied. jaw. lIe understood that argument.My the part.just Manager completed-Oh.a century throw in run some in Ocala, Florida. i:. Loaded Black Powder Shells

Thus the gossips, had no more grocer tried to cheat me. I liked verbal pyrotechnics about the splendid Finetlniporte(! ;m<1Domestic

chance to spread the tale about Thaw the grocer. I did not kick him in the maturity of her ripe genius.-Baltimore Clot hI'<. ? ) Shoot Strong and tltLI'
not being able to appear for trial on Jaw, but I told him lovingly that I American.An Evenly,

Jan. 21. would not deal with him again. He I Cutting a styecial i J Are Sure Fire

understood that: argumentMy Unfamiliar .Fits'Smranleei!. a o ; ,
Locality.
baby tried to I liked ->5*. Will
slap me. Stand
I' When "Where was he struck by the automobile '-., ; Reloading.
to Go Home.
the baby, but I did not kick her in the k
From the Buffalo Ind. ? asked the coroner. V
Banner
: jaw or even cease to play with her.I .
: "When tired out go home. When "At the junction of the dorsal and They Always
Get
kissed her lovingly on her cheek. The Game.
"
want consolation Cervical vertebrae
you go home. When answered the sur
,: you want fun go home.' When :you She understood that nrgum'eat.-Intle 'eollo Education by Mail

want to show others that you have pendent "Will you please point that out on rr t? For Sale Everywhere.
reformed, go home and let your fam the No leaving hcme or employment to get an eon-
? asked the
map coroner, indicating
fly get acquainted with the A Test For Eyesight.An cation UtihuonyspareUmestadyhgatbomaBookteeping
** fact. one that hung on the wall.-Chicago ArIUImet1c Algebra, Geometry I
When you want to show yourself at Interesting test for eyesight may Grammar Rhetoric,Science,Hta oqIstln.eta.TFaorosaUyTa.tltlylltsrl ,

,your best go home and do the act be had by observing Ursa 1I.ajor-the Tribune. p81i8t'nmfnatlnn&lOyri 11I.Catalopt Teaohento aided - ._. -_ __
q there. When you feel like being ei- Great Bear-on a clear starlit night tree.Addreesl:I.WMEPalatkaFla.t -

V tra liberal go home and practice on Not every one is aware that Mizar, the Fair Flay. t SEED BEANS A Poor Organ. h
your wife and children first. ,Mr. Spat-Now. if you'll Just 11stFnV Dam
When (s) the bile.
second
star,, In the constellation! Is a Wax and Green Pod That's what your
V ; you, want to shine with extra brill to me- Mrs. Spat-Oh, you can't convince Varieties grown liver does if its torpid.
double star. To observe ,tins doublet and shipped by Then the bile
iancy go home and light up the whole me! Mr. Spat-Probably not. overflow s into the blood
demands -
i good vision. Sony starry poisons ,
when househuld. have To which bad we would add, night look up to the sky and see if but It we're going to spend the rest are sot an Seed expert Herbert C. Horrill your system, causing sick .headache,
you a cold, go home of the night In argument t want my meat,but with proper cnlttyatlon Cedar biliousness, sallow skin, coated ton- _
and take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy you can discern It If you do see It. ,they assure success Springs, Mich., gue. sick stomach ,'
fr and a quick cure Is certain. For you can rest content in the knowledgethat share of the time., from the start. Users have no Red Speckled Valentine Greeu Pod spells etc Ramon's, dizziness, fainting

VV h sale by all druggists. m your eyesight Is not defective. docbta at planting at harvest nor Get disappointments $2.75. Prices right on other va- Liver Pills and Tonic Pclets treatment of ,
A Freak. rieties. All seeds offered ara of strength
Maud-She's quite a linguist! She crop 190G. ens the liver and makes It do Its own
s Tie game Thies f work. Prevents and
1 cures these
has eight tongues at her fingers' ends.
Pa Twaddles-Well, what's the mat- troubles. It aids-doesn't force. Entire
Ml1 Whb" Co.LIIIRLLI. Fine Brood Mares.
Bill-Is she In a museum-New York treatment
: ter,now? Tommy TwD.ddIes-Ma saysI 25 cents. Tydings
IY. Times. Via have Just gotten In a car loadof Drug Store.
mustn't. .never,say a word while she'sto the finest brood. mares ever brought %
: the room. Ma Twaddles-Why, no, I for ttggest, surest, best crop*- to the and to
tta3r.Mtrr- Paying debts la at all dealers. Famous for over state see them is to admire
dldn'tdear. I said you mustn't inter I ,your an expensive Soyears. 1907 S *d *aav.al them. We will sell them at Wanted-Coples
rupt wail I'm talking. 'Tommy way of getting commercial .credit, but free on request very reasonable prices. Come and and of the Weekly Banner -,

What's U OfferactT Cleveland. unless yon are rich if s about the only V D.M. FERRY AGO* look them over at of October 19, 19O .. Suitable

Ls 4er.\.. way.-Puck. Detroit.Well. MARION FARMS STABLES. price paid for same. x

V :\. j. x z. Ocala Fit. wilt will pay you to read today's ads.GIRL" .

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FY Written Along the line of freight congestion,
AS SEEN
I THROUGH '
Especially fO; there was a meeting the railroad a o

/ commission Tuesday in Talla .

1 hassee- to consider the ad- ROCHfHAGAMIOOOOCO
0 WOMAN'S EYES The
: w option of an' amendment to the de

:f; murrage rules which the commisison P aTU aG
\ Meats Ocala Banner
"')1, } 0 .. believes will Bring relief ,to the ship
1.: A PLEASANT COLLEGE FEATURE '
.- I -BEAUTI' ,pers. There was' a. large .number of .
i FUL MARRIAGE POPULAR COUPLE. By I
.t 'promienent railroad men and several
t We the ;.- ATTORNEY-GENERAL ELLIS AND THE MissJefferson '
beg'to annuounce to representatives. of the wholesale grocery
f'<' MMMM BHMMBH BVMHBH HBiBiBBMMMHHVpubfec ... A. C. L, RAILWAY. houses who? presented both sidesof '
P : Bell

,{: ( that 'we are teady to .. ., ., .. .. .. .. .. .................. ... .. .. .. .. .. .' .' ..- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .. .. .... .. ... .. I I sion.the vexing question to the. commis- -- Ts I
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r t r cure Meats. We GUA AN- Special' to the Ocala Banner: advise him whether, ff the conditions The following Is the ruling:

7 x. Tallahassee Dec. 20.-The vesper cited be true, there 'existed a sufficient Whenever shipments, have been 'received -

,,1 TEE_ SATISFACTION and services held Sunday afternoons at remedy under the laws of Flor- by the railrway company, such

the College for' Women have becomea ida to reach them and what the proper shipments destined. stations within .

i ':1 I : solicit your patronage. ."c.,& very pleasant feature of the college procedure would. be; and if no. a distance of fifty miles from starting ..r.y

life. The services are usually well such remedys, exist, what changes in point, shall be transported to des .yi

J attended by the townspeople.At the existing laws should be made or tination within two days from 7 o'clockp. ED

J"c": ; OCaLfl ICE & the Christmas vespers held last what new laws should be passed by m., the day of issuing the bill ot: ,
'
the -
,, ". ". Sunday following beautiful program the legislature to cover the mattersin lading, and in one's day additional

was given: question. time for each additional fifty milesor
f- FUEL CO. Orsan-Christmas Pastorale. ")Ier.r The communication from Governor
fraction thereof; provided that In
n r
kel," Miss Foster. Broward was delivered to Attorney
computing time of freight in transit RoC

Prayer. General Ellis Monday.. evening, and i there shall be allowed twentyfourhours i

i I L Hymn-Joy to the World "Handel., the next morning? that| official left I at each point where transferr fTl)8 \

> Piano and Organ-Abenlied, "Jen- for the seat of M1
war, .to-wit: Ocala, :ing from 'one railroad to another or

McMillan Bros. sen 'Miss Keipp Miss Foster. that is, one of them, for this particular -I rehandling of freight is involved and x

: =. Quartet-Hark! The Herald Angel warfare seems to have "seats" all I for failure to transport such shipments tJ For
b t I Sings, "Men ielshon," Mis" Bucholz I
over the state of Florida, where the within the time prescribed, the
Miss Keipp, Mr. Murphree, Mr. Ket A. C. L. penetrates. Before leavinghe I. '
railroad shall forfeit and
Southern Copper Works / company pay '
tle. replied to Governor Broward '
, by ..to the consigner or consignee the Rome .
Scripture Reading-Luke II-S to 20, letter, stating that he himself had been sum of $2.00 per ,day on all carload

'4 Mr. :Murphree. looking into the mater before re freight and cent hundred
Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills one per
' ( Organ-The Holy Night, "Buck," ceiving the governor's letter and
pounds per day on package freightsand

I' t : and General Metal Workers. Miss Foster. while he did not deliver his official freights in less than'carload, Drinking

Voice, Violin, Piano, Organ Nativity }
opinion, his interest in the proceed- with minimum charge of 25 cents for ; .
: "ShelJy! ," Miss Bucholtz Miss and
r p. ings promptness with which he any package, provided the shipper

- = Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching Saxon, Miss Keipp, Miss Foster left to make a personal investigationof makes demand therefor in writing As an aid to digestion -

'' through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or Benediction. the difficulties, indicate that if the within thirty days thereafter; provided taken withor

wire will receive attention either of the Organ P'Jstlude-Hallelujah Chorus laws ,
o prompt at present are sufficient there will further that in no case shall the

"a % follcwing worksFAYETTEMLLE from the Messiah, "Handel," Miss Fos- soon be "something doing" in the penalty on any shipment exceed the after meals, -

ter. courts of the state that will give em- Red Rock Gingei: J
j value of the goods transported. The ... 11
iM N. C.JACKSONVILLE. SAVANNAH, GA ployment to the corps of Coast Line period of time during which the move- Ale is the finest,

; ,.w FLA MOBILE ALA "Shivering with cold the wintry day counsel.
; ment of trains is suspended for any most beneficial of
takes flight, If there are not then the next legis-
cause not within the power of the all home Beverages -
Ana as we speak lature will doubtless
receive
gray Twilight'sname a strong
roads to prevent shall be added to
,. -- see Night is here-" series of recommendations from the time allowed therein. It contains
{
All her friends had wished for a chief executive, backed.by compliaats initial neither alcohol nor a
Provided further, That the
:: : \ H. A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. Bouvier fair weather for the ...
young bride butit from the state at large that will carrier shall be held responsible to dope. It is a pure,

[ has been just as nasty and muddy speak in no unpleasant terms that con-
; the consignor or consignee for delayin high-grade Ginger
r
as it can be in Tallahassee for two ditions MUST be improved-they .
.
Announcement accordance with this rule and Ale not
a
days. Just now the'sun is peeping could not be made much worse. pepper-
whenever in the transportation of any r
coyly from behind the clouds and we ALBERT H. ROBERTS. heated productionput
freight which may pass over two or f
= We have the hope that the worst is over. Tonightat up for profit.
just purchased splendidly equipped more lines any delay is occasioned .f
BOUGHT GROVE IN BIG CYPRESS.
St. John's church Miss
\ machinery plant of the Yonge and Cline Company, I Episcopal after it has been promptly offered toa Always be sure to

and solicit a share of, the repair work of Marion and Judge Genevieve Charles Perry B.Parkhill Parkhill, daughter of the su-of While at Fort Myers last week Mr. connection ,by the initial road, the j: get the genuine.Look .
initial
shall of the
road recover road
s- adjoining counties. We make a specialty of repairing preme court, will wed Mr. James Mc- Frank Vans Agnew purchased sixty
at fault for demurrage paid in accordance -
steam engines etc. J Kay Lykes. acres of land on which there is an or- for Red Rock
pumps, gas with this rule."
I Let us quote you prices. 1 Miss Parkhill's mother was Miss ange grove situated in the Big Cypress Crown Stopper

I Genevieve Perry daughter of the l late ffty-five miles 'southeast of Judge Grosscup's Opinion. .

I Governor Pl rrv. On both, siaes of Fort Myers. Mr. Van Agnew and his United States Circuit Judge PeterS. Sold in bottles; at aU -

Ocala Gas ngine toe family she can claim very distin- brother Dr. E. G. Vans Agnew who Grosscup of Chicago, who Is visiting groceries draught, etc.,at and ton

4 I guished ancestry. Her father's is accompanied him, secured a team at Chicago, is quoted by.the News.of all founts.

, me of the fan-.ous families of Florida. Fort Myers and drove down and in that city ,as saying: "The national

Company Miss Parkhill, herself, is one of the spected the place which is directly: government has no right to make a

l..J most attractive of girls. Tall and south of and 156 miles from Kissim- treaty that will Interfere with the reg.
I V\vith mee oh a straight line. Dr. Vans Agnew *
t handsome languorous dark eyes ulation of schools by a state. California ,f

and cordial winning manners, she is will go down in a short time to or any state has the Jjguaran- N Manufactured by THE RED ROCK ,

wherever supreintend getting the grove in first OMPANY: Jacksonville, Florida.
t THE popular she goes. Mr. teed to it under the constitution of .
---
.' Lykes is a son of the late Dr. Lykes. class shape and will have a house. he United States to exclude anyone "

,built on the property. from its schools it chooses. Hence it

; I The region round and about the can plainly be seen that that part of
rt Atorney General Ellis has just returned T. Needhami
is uninhabited
I place entirely except,!ernment which conflicts with a state's
from"a visit to city wherehe
your !
Hardware for wild game, such as. deer bear and I right to regulate its ,own schools is
'arioQ Conpaiy met a committee of the board of I \
) ) ) I turkey, which abounds in great numbers '
> trade and helped to take evidence i anq the nearest postoffice to ,[void.. If such the provisions government in wants its treaties to exclude Plumber fijd __

from shippers as to the intolerable )
1 :
irs the place is Everglades, which is on
establish national
It should public
:
conditions of the Atlantic Coast Line

L (:. HEADQUARTERS. *'..-.--,.,. ._.,. ." ,' .-.- railway. 'He says a great numberof the Eight east miles coast twenty away from miles Mr.south.VansAgnew's schools in each state and support Gas fitter .
) rt .1t' ; them and regulate them. ,
.X. ;" W prominent shippers from different
{ < place an orange grove of
-
*", i :' : : .: "Just what the -president means
"
V sections of south Florida appeared
f rican Wire Fencing, : before the committee. The attorney 200 acres is being planted by a gen when he says he will use all the

l ..f'; Blinds has had this ', tleman from Chicago, who'wUl build forces of the United States military .
; Sash, Doors and general evidence collate a railroad from his place to the which HAS OPENED 'MS NEW
i) '" and has the matter under advisement and-civil, he'may lawfully employ
above named postoffice, to which thereis in the matter affecting the Ja- k
Paints. Oils and Varnishes
A : and vill soon take official cognizanceof a regular line of 'steamers from SHOP ON THE CORNER OF .
'' I do not know. Neither do I
\ >anese. >
these troubles. Mr. H. L. Anderson
.
Mill and Mining Supplies, '. = selected to assist the attor- Fort Myers, and which. will give them ,1 understand this meaning when he rec- I
.y. T was an outlet for their fruit.-Kissimmee' SPENCER BLOCK WITH A'J ,
-t ommends the passage of an act specially -
V. i. ney general and his selection by the
;4 Turpentine Snpplies, Gazette. naturalization --
for the Japanese
r committee divests the matter "of any FULL LINE OF SANITARY

l #? v ,: : :. Improved Farming Tools] political aspect as he has heretofore who come here intending to become \ '
Had Money to Burn. American citizens. Any Japanese
may
<' been allied with the railroads-hav- AND MODERN "PLUMBING// ,.
for A Palatka correspondent of the become a citizen under present laws
ing built and operated a short ,
i he is 'of character and has re- GOODS. WHEN IN NFED Ot
if
1: GET OUR PRICES period-the Silver Springs and Western Times-Union of the 10th inst. says: good
sided five in this country and
I railway, six miles of road between :"An unusual and peculiar thing happened years ; '
his to the Mi FIRST CLASS SANITARY
renounces allegiance
Ocala and Silver Springs. But
here one day this week. A
I
kado. The exclusion act applies only
that is ancient also be- I
history-and
PLUMBING .ALL ON HIM.SEABOAI .
f' countryman and his wife and children "
; to Chinese.
cause he is not a democrat. He used I : !

; arion Hardware Company to be a publican'up to the time of stepped into Gray's grocery store,and
r the old man told George Gray that ,
in G. P.
1J the "Lily White" split the 0. r CI'j-j
had of he 1LGfl1 OlOFfONL'h
several years ago. That also is ancient he a package paper money

: \ history. "I am a man withouta wished. to deposit with the grocer

> for safe keeping, as he said his neighbors .
kicked of the
k- party. I was out republican ; : _
.., ......... .......................... had found out he had it in the
Y party, he drolly confessed -T
r b s. house and he was afraid of robbery.Mr. AIR LINE RAILWAY'Cheap

'; :,..' WANT BIG CHOPS THEN. USE IDEAL FERTILIZE!} | "and from I choice.stay out" of the democratic party Gray advised him to put in in a TIlT,CURE 0II1Y' 11IM. d; Xmas Holiday R

fO
*;> 4If .. He is one of the ablest and most resourceful bank, but he declined.. The man SALTSICKw m: "J The'Seabord Aalr Line railw .

::-s OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU lawyers in the state and requested Mr. Gray to open the package PROVEN unu WttST sell special rates on Decembe ,

'Lt I will be of very 'material. assistance and count the money. He found MARKET OPKANYYURS FOR DISEASE: 'IX TO STOOl BE'llf: OF Ir.S:fO.rlEOICllif K.KDS: : CI fit 25, Inclusive December 30 and
POTATOES"-Book >
VEGETABLES"-Acom- <
1,_. i9l .. ', "FLORIDA on be 'I fto his surprise, $2,000 in old, faded HESID8 UtMDrEATTNAITMAMtSTnMe1ANDVYA0.AISTit'lMAti71SIGTAFOOD and January 1, 1907. Final Un!
should legal proceedings brought : Eur"i.s y5t3WKItt "u-
-i : :: manual on Florida.cps.. "Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultiva \
plete
.
r five, ten and fifty dollar greenbacks.The GIVE( IT A'AIAL I-la SAVI YOUR* IMIS."SICE uary 7. 1907. ,
the railroads.
2ts.r ; i tion, Effect of Fertilizers, Digging j | against 25 CENTS*MCWCI ,
; and
: woman who was ignorant roa SAIl flY AU TAUGRU -J "' 'k ["FLORIDA ORANGES"-Book of and Shipping. Another Tallahassee Letter. simple-minded as her husband, handed ACKElUWI&S1fVa.nTA'J Seaboard ticket agents or.-p -
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: : special Interest to orange gro"PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING"I Attorney General Ellis has just re- Mr. Gray a piece of yelSJw paper, representatives. W. W, Con .-

", 0< :" :' VJ ers. special interest to pineapple [ Ocala this week investigatingHhe! con- and asked him to read it and tell her ticket agent, Ocala, Fla. t 3

,!:, .' > growers.II .* titions of the Atlantic Coast Line whether it was any good or not. It A Home Made Happy Sy Chamber

.:: ,_. : II [:"FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES"- 'IDEAL/ FERTILIZERS"-Book I railroad which moved the grand was found to be an order on the Unit, Iain's Cough Remedy.
( Varieties, Cultivation all of, our different brands analyses [ I About two months ago our baby wud .
"Soil '
.. } .:..' Booklet on < jurors of Marion county, to declare ed States government for $3OJO'wOlth giry had measles which settled on her Two familiar faces that _

J'.. Jtt_ and ,Fertilization. prices, .etc. they would consider themselves of cattle purchased during the late,I I!lungs and at last resulted in bronchi- in Tallahassee next April '1

h New and revised edition of the above ]ust published, free for asking. > false to their oath if they did not civil war for use of Union soldiers. tis. We had two doctors but no re- absence of four dears fro :

f;, r call attention to the abominable traffic With the, accrued interest and prin- lief was obtained. Everybody thoughtshe life will be Senator James E.:: .

E-', \I : WILSON &' TOOMER FEBILTIZEB COMPANY service corporation.Last cipal, together'with the cash they 'hadon would die. I went to eight different of Quincy, and Representati -

e' week Governor Broward
t; ; y& ; $v < JACKSONVILLE: FLA. \ dressed the state railroad! commissioners sessed upwards.of $1000.) SuCh monumental which had' been recommended to me Senator Broome made a bi 4

,
4 A I communication calling their at. ignorance has no parallel in
" " " a when of the portfolio of state 'two ye
.' ." " '" and failed to get it, one
: tention to charges. against the Atlantic this section. They hailed, it Is learned store keepers insisted that I tryChamberlain's Representative Griggs for j I -1

Coast Line in the Independent from Volnsia county. :torship! from his district bur :' -
{" .. Cough Remedy.! I did .
", .. ".. the Tallahassee Sun Claude L'Enjle's defeat thejt; !: =
: > LANDS. fered and now :} :_
}\ and well to-
\ is alive
: =!- --., In Mad chase.'f j so and our baby
:
...
:. 0, paper, and others, and'requested =George W. Spence, Holly .''cided to come back to thei! :-::
rush in mad chase after day
Millions
,..1 ": If-you have lands you wish to sell, !lease or rent the commission. to furnish him with health frons,one extreme- faddism Springs N. C. For sale by all drug- Pensacola Journal.. ( .. .,:f,

-. .; ., :: '* : or. if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing, information they had on file relativeto to another, when, if they only would m I .
.. '' the conditions complained of. eatgood food and keep their bowels gists.We i The seventeenth-,annnaf ,-

.;- :1 t .,, x: turpentining or:,lumber purposes, '1 Ene commissioners responded by regular with pro King's New Life are better ,than Fresh ever'perpared drugs low. I the Southern Education ;t. .
fill prescriptions.
,", / "' Pills, their troubles would all pass to delivery. We will meet in Jlontgome; ; ',t '
-: j, WrJteto' transmitting to him a volume of complaints relief and quick cur est prices and prompt
hi away. Prompt & Co. xKill !\ember 21. 9 1906, It wll ;;
f""t ; in various forms from different for liver and stomach trouble.. 25 want your trade. Tydings 1 :,

/J ; BLOUNT EEAL ESTATE OQ." parts of 'the state. The governor cents at Tydings & Co.'s drug store;. 'wevirand thte)'I I I ttended Miss. Clem _', -
and'a
;, .. :. ,,' : : then turned' these over to, the attor guaranteed. : ... In' the, corn I I Florida, will be'one of Its
"1 it; ._" : .' ;, ;, ; \ ; gopher by uslns ,Cawsra .Bismrphide_;
<' t'" $I- <# : .- : :OC'L"FLORIDA.[ .; ,' .. "" ,' "j ,:.:/' .ne -gen 'a(,,requestor: that tac"* ieJ.1 It will Ijat you to read. today's,ads 25:ceots at:Tyding &.p .. x 'I figures. ; '

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.. .. THE WAY CABINETMAKERS. CAN COPY :-! :.

,ANCIENT FURNITURE. ...... .,.f6" ;_,," .

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t.rto.a Ia> l ten au.. That'Waa ... --1.- >-s1r" .= I- ."' -...... . .5. -5;r. "'0; '" -" "'. T '.>"*.'.J*" ".'"-* *-.*- A<,-.." .. ,, .. ..'., ._._ ,"
:. < .l I Gleaaeft. ,,'br aa 1..18lthV"I tor : ., ._ \ <4 < : ,: : ; ,; v :, :.:, ,..,'

I at, a Little Shop la aa' EaglUh .-.-- r ... .r" ,? .... r! ;_..... =', ,, i
ContrVil4se.

'f: f 8ober;: he is one. of the 'most 'Inter-. ...... :, : : ; ; .

, '.sting"meh I know Unfortunately' he --. i :..- .5'E D' .0 'AT S'CL.1'3.: )

:.. is' sober'only three days week.: When t 1F- .1'j1: .
I J ask him the: reason he merely says _. J.-j. .. t
"l1e doesn't kaa*.* Yesterday ,when I ----- 5\. .I \ ,, ''''',. .'<..,...- ---.-. .'

\1 Iffalked.toto, the)laboratory at the.back -.--.-...--.. "';.'.,: .. .. 1 I -- J _
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-of his little ;:C '\ I .' ,
village '
he
shop was' a Band : :-;" ,,', ,''.. ', ', .... ... :1- ...,,;- .....',. ,' .. : \ K' Jc I \ '"-. .5' .,. /
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:' something ;you'll like, he ..-... '. ', c, ,.---- ,', ,. -, .. ,;::" t'
:: :, raldlndlating, ; a' small 'bureau- ,' old j .
't !t<:. SpanIsb.mabogany within new: satin.
:': r .iwood: veneer- far' :: Thousand Bushels Burt ;
; so unpolished'"withut. nOne
"" : f -- The' -Teneer was fnla1d'with ebony E Ninety Day or .

" 4 Hues and kingwood bands.. The accuracy \
of .the' Jointing was wonderful,
'

. "ihe.finish perfect E. 1 Oats for Seed. Order .

"Yu must t come in,again: when J've Early.. ..

: stained and polished It," he went on. .. ...,. /
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'and then you'll think it one of the .... ,. '" ."" """ '.:' '.. .. .. .' -.. ," ; -ahS . ;"' 7' "
best Queen Anne pieces extant" -: ,. ... '. .":-wSSwsv-, -":;,':*=,::' ---.r- J

'. ;. "Don't your customers ever find you ....... '....I'."' .. '<.:... ,,.,.....4ft., :'.'? ; >""' .....".!."'.."'''''<1''',, .'\
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\ you've pulled -'0'.1, -4" ,'" C. t. .. ', ._ "
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.. :I seventeenth. century furniture.to pieces -- ., "" "'/: ,*:... \ "" F.; ".. ., !#'.. .. :Ii J!.!. <. ;.1, ..,. _---,.

all your.life and learned the things the -..... ': .",' .. .. '."' ,. I.. .i.'f WftI > CC I

tenons and. mortises and. the finish tell -- :.' :... "' ,. f'i ... '' ." :.,'. -"' .,( :.r' ." ,'. ., ." '.'." _.c____ \'
;. you; .it's. easy enough to get the right -: '.1:(' '. 't '1" r' ;". : '>> "" K: ---4JIII
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;: effect The public hasn't. jndg7. r -. .
any t
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.,...... '. the .London dealers aren't much bet .. ': '. -- I. .
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; :' ., "But this veneer ''so very new," I .
; ''hazarded E Seeded Raisins ; : Cleaned Currants 3, (:
:1. '
. : ".!h.'wait until you see It toned down ..... '. ,';.,' '> : .
r t -and the, drawers with --- .
fitted a set of .. : 'J{" ;
,j old Boole handles ------ ..j. <' '
. ; .scutcheons I've -- '. '
.," got by me and a few. little dents hammered ., I ----

'' here and there, especially about .I

the feet where 'they get kicked. -- '. ,
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,1 You'll, not know it then.. See that lit- 'I- LdL'R ,
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't'.. : !e black knot I've left on the face of I ? ; ,, ',J't c a1S1ns ,', :

At' : .. ,,} e third drawer? :That knot, would 1 ,' ,' i. .. .. .". __
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take In all Wardour street" '
< i
) lie Is'always 'frank with me about : \
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bh -- *
taller He seems to take a pride '
::::: 9-
:t In being. able to deceive trained eye '
't+ '. .and* a satisfaction in explaining hisDexterity. / "

!-t 4a; : Cranberries; ; : I Pound pkg Dates'ri/'ri
r 3f :
...
,: I left the'bureau and began examining ". .
;.g a hoary looking oak settle gray '

fti 'with age, I l' : .ft t
ttr ': "Looks ancient doesn't it?" he ob .
> .
,',, ;< served.TLIx .

iY'ii-.}.:'y'..1<:.1, miner k r I wondered.. .' "Surely. it's E Mincemeat in 30-lb. buckets also. : J e :

>r!.; He shook his head with a wise old : ; Packages.. : i

'" '.,. mile.. "Ifs genuine as dilute nitric .. >, :
; : ..: lId can make'It. Oh, you needn't go :: ; ; :;:.
: ; ) ; ,
;\q" P- ; T. JbAi-panels. They're purposely : I t ,y<:. .
ft. arped with hot,ammonla. The sun ; i ."-.. ". ;
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'.,:.,-.'..,. "j..:....d rain..... do the est-bleach. It, you t ,,; __ '. ,:: '-."'\ ;'J ; ; ; .' > : :' C' .1' k :' +i
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",ty But the carving?" I argued. "It'r --- I :- .-.... ,. ) .., f';::.' ."' ',;. ,",", {" .'i f' ,' ,.u."t'.j\. -t '..' '" ..- .
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:- 'f"x oat effaced in places." I ,, : :: ,. ; -, '.".. ;' :,<:. ..' I. ,, ,. .", '. ".-... .,.,,+-.J\\- "" <...,,.tt-' "'. >" ,
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;Ay. It would be after halt an hour with : : j-. .
' ...."., and,blast a little thing of my ownrivanee. Pi ,.: : :,; ., 'j; "
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" The worm holes I make '' 'd. : >
" ;l h a very fine punch. Beginners use .
.; ,..;1' t ..but that's a clumsy way. 'Of ::; TO ARRIVE ;,
.,..; (. ''; f:: ne. the timbers If s'made of are old. ..... I IN A DAY OR SO"'Y::\, ..

;>.. ': \, bits of Charles I. table ... ',; ..... .I' .' ,
y are a ..... ,.. '. > ', : \
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f' f?"J/! tI 1. The hinges Iii ordinary tradeS : 1

:lr f lies' that have lain In the wet all j y --
'i :!:..of" err and got nicely rusted, and if .' :
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':_ :- : ere:to draw the ,screws that hold ::

.'.:."\ : you'd find they were rusty, too I One Thousand Bushels RedRust Proof Seed Oats :k .. t
1EC',." fi lad no points. Those I filed off '\ :e .Y-.'
; l 4 ; "! en hammered the heads a bit"

: ,... : dn't know ;yon-treated metal .. ---,;.
81 timber," I admitted. ...
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f11vk ..
eUmes. See that fireback
; : !'t, nt to the corner.. indicated and F .

t "i: :. "\ bed: the flreback. As far as I S ; Also Gar Purina Chicken Scratch Feed i-
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;t : tell, it was a beautiful specimen .
2 '.tj: > mmer work bitten and worn by

# :. two centuries of use, as its date .
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f: ,
rr"i'-;" 1".:; ..,;. seemed to show '.
; 1r'. )(bought'a dozen of those of differ- .. -, : .
li' /l' .: ates from a. man who makes .' :{ . "-7'. '
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:{' W. 1':.They're only cast but afterada ..... \ .'.. ... .: .r :. .:, :.:
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44A:"-!". ?. .. '; It' week or. two they get soft == : k : -
/ '":J : ,right enough, don't they?" --- .. ,
F,t= :' ,''; tted that they did flinching ah..at ....... : ." "'f-":, .1.:

m? .': ,r. the adjective be used. tli- < ',

t;"s.w. :;=.., % :: :; :" turers a regular,of faked trade antiques between and the ., We Always Carry a Full and Complete line of. ..., .;? .

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:v ;; ; : ntry dealers-more than with .. : : .,::
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< \4 R f. fidon ones. Why? Well, the ...... ,' : ". .: ; .,:'" '
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: have discovered that ,, .
P"f Jt. jtnrers \ "
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\ci:" '.'' : .go Into the country districts -----' ,,,": .' ; 't"
t\ -1 ,4':J ', tang for antiques. They think t oo.. ,. > .' '" "
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't'j ( .they up '
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: The simple countryman in- ; .
.\.., :' '.r: ';. nfidence. There's nothing 41 ': Groceries -- .- i. .
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,j : i; .: t can't be imitated" he went .
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;-.l:; .;: merely! a question of time .I o.-. ", ::7 : .- .' .. *.. .

; :,* ;.:' .. tt-,. of course-and Ifs only by '"" '.. '. : :. I', .y
.f ; .'? ,' >:..* &or talking as I'm doing that .== :.;-- ? ''' <; ; A- ., \ ?t .'
t ".'; ,: s c' seovered. But when a man '- .' ., <
t 'l" .
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r ''',r '! r him to keep It to himself d. ': _: .f'< '{ .

-:4: :'t". ./': ;; It! he's got a sense of humor .---- ". i .. 'iZ. ,'.: ..'. ,>.
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f' "" :I, 'W'nIt ,,that Syrian gold work --- and Candies '" ', ; '. ,:,' ,I .

tl'<''. 1 .: l-':' at the.: Louvre would have -: : -:: ...:"',: ;,\:.:':'. .' ';' .c.e \ )
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;.,:;.j.,i. ,i'>. : as a forgery if somebody : : ,-' ''''' '
{ ; "t ',' ked? No, indeed! There's III. : ( :: : : .- .
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'a f '<;; : .,'- ,< ; 1. .y t4ii
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'i' : -.:. \scion, but you Just .look.at .tl -- ,,':....'? i .... .(0(; ::1 ,' ",! ", ':... .. :",:', ; .. .. ..< .
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Gt, +: ; : :: Can you, tell the dIffer- C .'
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} ." order Prompt '
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{ >1\.;' ::'1 : :t; us your Delivery, : ;
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